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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
NEW SOUTH WALES. Bï the City of Brisbano wo havo received files from Sydney to tho 21st. AVo take tlio following extracts from them. (From tho S. M. Herald.) TnrtsuiiY PVYJIIMS-In referenco to a f former pal agi aph on tho nbovo subject we ai o now enabled to stale that somo very important changes m tho conduct ol tho lieasury bu miss lmve boou decided on by tho government and will take ollect on tho 1st ol Julv next Un hr ousting ariangoments coi tam oflicois of gout ti mont din v upon tho public funds deposited in Iho Bank of New South AVulcs mulei cn. hts oponed in theil fnvoi by the Colonial lrcisiirer As a consequeneo of this system neiulv a tim sand accounts aie opened in Hie govtinni nt bank, and tho menue is disposed of bv nr,. sponsiblo persons «ho give no secinity loi tlio faithful pu foriimiieo ot then trust Vptrt fioin Hits defect in tho system the account of Hie public "xpcudituro is kipt by the Vultloi Gonoral instead of by the lieasmei and its i consequeneo, tho annua...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
COMMGKCI'AL. CotJBiKB Office, Thursday evening. \ BY the City of Brisbane we are in receipt of Sydney papers to the 21st June, but they con- tain little of importance as regards commercial matters. The following is from Messrs. Hell man Brothers' Circular, dated San Francisco, April 4, 1864, and received by a mercantile firm at Auckland : " Dear Sir,-Wo «roto you tho 24th ultimo. The next day dry and cold weather continuing, which it was said would do away with the good effects of previous rains. Only 2000 sucks wheat could bo had in this city at 2ie per lb ; no sellers hero or in tho State. Since then wo havo had very heavy rains throughout the country, and although the market to-day is very unsettled, wo may quote wheat l-90e and 2c per lb ; barley, "¡c ; oats, 3c ; flour, 6 dollars and 6fc dollars for 196 lbs. We believe plenty rain has already fallon to secure very good crops, and that wheat will ero very long be at l-75c per lb, or lower. To execute English limits, it must como...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. &nbsp; THURSDAY, JUNE 23. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNKARDS. - Humphrey Owens, Thomas Meredith, Joseph Jackson, Joseph Burmun, and John Campbell were each fined 10s. for drunk- enness. Sarah A. Nichol, charged with a like offence, was discharged. James Edmondston was brought up for drunkenness and riotous conduct, and was fined 10s., or 48 hours in con- finement. Citini) DJSEIITION-.- Mary Maguire was brought up ,on suspicion of this ollence, and «as discharged for want of sullicieut ovideuce. CHILD Dr.smmox.-Margaret Mack alias O'Grady, «-as charged willi abandoning her illegitimate child on Thursday, the 9th June. Constable M'Carlhy staled that ho «-as on duly in Ann-street, Fortitude Valley, on Hie night of Iho 9th June, belween li and 12 o'clock, «-hen ho was told by a person named Davis that there was n child lying just outside tho gale of Dr. Eulterlon's lato residence. On going to the spot ho found a mulo child, apparently newly-born, «-hic...
CORRESPONDNECE THE NEW LAND ORDER SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
COltRESPONDENUti. THE KEW LAND OUDEll SYSTEM. TO Tnn IIMTOIÍ OF THE musiuxi: COURIER. Sin,-Tho limo has Jiow arrived when the Queensland public should tnko cognuanco of Iho nrbilrary mensures recently taken by tho government in respect to their now Immigration Begulntions. The question which naturally arises in the mind of ovory thinking niau is, do tho govern- ment desire to break up the credit ol' the colony at homo, mid to crush all her future hopes and prospects-if so, «hat cun be the causo ol' this ? AA'hen people leave Englnnd willi tho inten- tion of coming lo Queensland, they receivo a lund warrant which outilles them, on urrivul, to a land order for £18, and nt the expiration of two years another land order, value £12. AVhat then must be their astonishment on arriving to find thoy get neither ono nor tho other, but iuste-ad, au abortivo document in the shape of a '. Land soleetion order," not trnusforublc, which is ultorly worthless to al. least four-fifths of the passenger...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
BIRTH. TAYLOR.-On the 21st June, at the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Ipswich, Mrs. W. J. Taylor, of a son. DEATH. McKELLY.-On the 14th June, at his residence, l64, Liverpool-street, Sydney, of heart disease, Mr. John McKelly, printer, aged 52, native of Seacock, County of Lancaster, State of &nbsp; Pennsylvania, United States of America, many years resident in Australia.
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. WILLIAM WILKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. WILLIAM WILKES. &nbsp; About twenty gentlemen, among whom were included many of the oldest colonists, met yes- terday afternoon at Mc'Adams' Sovreign Hotel, for the purpose of considering the best &nbsp; &nbsp; means of showing their recognition of the ser- vices rendered by Mr William Wilkes to the colony whilst editor of the Courier newspaper, more especially his efforts to obtain the separa- tion of Moreton Bay from New South Wales. Mr Thomas Dowse, who was elected to the chair, openened the business of the meeting by stating that the first intimation to him that such a meeting was to be held, had appeared through the press. He believed,however, that &nbsp; a few gentlemen had met together for the pur- pose of getting up a testimonial to their old friend and colonist, Mr Wilkes, and he was &nbsp; sure that those who had assembled that after- noon would not leave without taking some de- cided action towards evincing their ...
THE SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY. (From the Daily Telegraph, April 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
THE SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY. (From the Dailg Telegraph, April 23.) -DESTINY is, ,ufter all, a terrible democrat ¡ and Genius not _ much better-than a leveller. Wrlto would liiivé expected, when those celestial powers were looking about for a human soul wherein to lo pour all the wealth of human pas- sion, perception, intuition, eloquence, and wit, that thoy would have ruinningoil in a Stratford garret for it ? Three hundred years ago, when Will Shakespeare's mother lay in ol' her ¡inmor- tal boy,, there, ¡were plenty ol' sucking nobles that might have suited. Thoro were plenty-of eradlos rocked to dainty ditties on the virgiunls, and tended .by lords and ludios, mid sorring wonien in rustling silk, which one would havo initigined, to »bo in tho fashion of frivolous thought upon tho subject, might hare furnished tile greatest English writer-the greatest writer, ull things considered, not of England only, but ol' tho wholo world. Nothing, how-over, is' more" eleni- than the truth tha...
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN WAR. (From the Special Correspondent to the Daily Telegraph.) On board the Haderslev, Horup-Hav, Near Sonderborg, April l8. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN WAR. (Frôm'the Special Correspondent to tho Daily Telegraph.) On board tho Haderslov, BTorup-IIav, Near Sonderborg, April l8. TnE end is come , and with it amidst gi eat sadness it has bl ought this nuih of consolation that I can nt last speak fteoly throughout Hie bygone fortnight, in wntiug lo you, I have been placed under a constant dilemma Lithci I was obliged to express a confidence which 1 did not feel"and saw nothing to justify or else I was obliged to reveal facts whim 1 felt ought not to ibo known till the game ha 1 been play ed out und fiost Being aware that mv lotta s «ero opened and perused in pissing thiough the Gunian post offices, I was not at hbcity to mention de tails, the knowledge of which might have pre cipitatcd the inevitable i««uo I hav e known for the last ton day s that the army « as becoming rapidly demoralised by the fcai ful trial to « Inch it was exposed , that day aftoi dav tho losses were at the rato of ft om one to tw o h undi e...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THURSDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS TitosDvr, Jran 23. BuismxK.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected), 30 064 ; thermometer (shude), 51-1 ; ditto (dry bulb), 51-1; ditto (wet bulb), 4S4; forco ol wind, 1; direction, S.S.W. ; extent of cloud, 0; weather, fine. 3 p.m. : Barometer (eorrcclod), 29-953 ; ther- mometer (simile), GI-4 ; ditto (dry bulb), 613 ; ditto (wet bulb), 510 ; force of wind, 1 ; direc- tion, W.S.W. ; extent of cloud, 1 ; weather, fine. (Ter Electric Teleijrap'i.) WISD AXD WiiATiinii.-9' a.m. : Lytton, S.W., and fine ; Ipswich, W., and fine ; Laidley, calm and line ; Toowoomba, W., and fine ; Drayton, S.W,. mid fine ; Warwick, calm and fine ; Dalby, calm and line. STONEY.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected), 30 0G5 ; thermometer (shade), 51-5 ; ditto (dry bulb), 4S-3 ; ditto (wet bulb), 41-0; force o'l wind, 2 ; direction, W. ; extent of cloud, 10 j weather, cloudy. '
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
Auction Salea. TO-MORROW. H RUFF will soll by auction, nt tho Valley . Auction Rooms, Ann-street, Fortitude Valley (opposito Cockcrcll's Buildings), on SATURDAY, June 25, nt 3 o'clock-, p.m., A quantity of Household Furniture, Books, HollowBTC, Cutlery, Merchandise, and Sundries; a suporior Cornopean, in rosewood case. Terms cash. 5931 TO-MORROW. CLEARING SALE. TOWNSHIP OF AYR, AKT> ESTATE OF KILLARNEY. FRASER k BUCKLAND aro instructed to offer for sale by auction, at their Rooms, on SATURDAY, Juno 25, at 12 o'clock, Tlio remaining Allotments hi tho nbove valuable Estates. Without Reservo. To Closo Accounts. The Auctioneers need scarcely say anything In recommending the remaining portions of these Estates. To many their excellence and advantages are well known, both being situate on tho most favorable position of the OLD IPSAVICH or BOGGO ROAD, adjoining a Government Reservo and a Permanent AA'otcr Supply. Tho Land is of excellent quality, while the New Bridge across Oxley Creek ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
rpO UK SOLI),-Tvvo Fine K.MUS. Apply JL lo C. IC. HYDE, Saddlery Establishment, Foi'liludo A'nlley. 5957 Íj*01t SAIiie, 100 QUIRT CATTLE. Apply } lo M. CHAILLE, Brisbanc-slrcet, Ipswich. SEED POTATOES. APRIME SAMPLE of CIRCULAR HEAD POTATOES for SALIS ut TIL CNMACK'S Produce Store, Quocn-filrcot. 5108 ROCKHAMPTON STONE LIME. WANTED to bo known, that I have mado most complete arrangement s for Inning a never-failing supply of the above always on baud, ut greatly reduced prices, best quality. JAS. CAMPBELL, Creek-street. N.B.-AA'anled to buy til the empty corn and flour bugs in Brisbane. 4807 ' THE "COURIER, ' GENMML FRIÜTIXa OITICE, Georgc-Btrect, Brisbunc, IS replete willi all necessary materials for BOOIC and JOB PRINTING. Books, Pamphlets, Ships' Newspapers, Reports, Pro- spectuses, Show Bills, Bill Heuds, anti ali kinds of LETTERPRESS PRINTING executed with netilnt'Bs and despatch. Orders from up country attended to at Brisbunc prices. | Custom House mid all kinds ol Printod Form...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. JUSE 28.-City of Brisbane, steamer, 840 tons,"Captain F. C. Knight, from Sydney the ii&lt;t instant. Passengers: Mrs. Scott and two u'uildren, Mrs. Fordred, Dr. Tufnell, Bishop of Brisbane, Archdeacon M'Encroe, Messrs. W. Watts, J. P. Davidson, E. W. Jackson, J. H. Baxter, B. P. Whitchurch, T. B. Boulton, E. O. Ogg | and 51 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. June 28.-Fcronia, barque, 329 tons, Cupt. Sullivan, for Newcastle, in ballast. Passengers : Mrs. Sullivan and family (3), and Miss Sul- livan. Juno 28.-Elizabeth, schooner, 46 tons, Cupt. Hughes, for Maryborough, in ballast. CLEARANCE. June 23.-Jonny Cox, schooner, 102 lons, Coot. D. Williams, for tho Richmond River, in ballast. IMPORTS. City of Brisbane, from Sydney : 40 bags dour, 100 bags potatoes, Grimes and Son ; 30 bundles hooping, 2 packages lampware, 55 bars 4 sheets iron, 4 stores, 1 bundle pots, 1 bundle hearths, 1 bundle traps, 5 casks chain, J. Markwell ; 12 hogsheads ale, 64 mats sugar, 4 bags p...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
ThLEGIlAI'HIC NEWS. (FROH OtJB TEIBOIUMIO CORBESPOITDENTS.) SYDNEY. . Juno 23. "^SLvoLEAS, who was shot hy Morgan at tho Round Hill Station, has since died from tho ofleets of tho wound. Tho Mayor of Albury and several other gentlemen are in pursuit of Morgan. Two mon have boen remandod on tho chorgo of robbing the Bathurst mail. Tho B.M.S.S. Northam wa9 detained at tho Heads yesterday until midnight, in conséquence of tho heavy gales outside. Maize is - quoted at 4s. Od. per bushel. Lucerno hay it £10 por ton. MELBOURNE. Tho late Honorablo Richard ITcalcs was buried to-day. All the shops wore closed, and his romains wero folio« ed to tho cemetery by an immenso cortege. A JICKTISO of the (Jill/ens' flood Cuiiiiiiuloo was held in tho Municipal Council Chamber yesterday afternoon. Tho members present wore the Rov. Or. Wight, and Messrs. R. Cribb, Ilarilen, Pugh, and Jarrott. Mr. R. Cribb wns voted into the chair. After some preliminary conversation, the lion. Secretary (Mr. Harden) Fl...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
FOB IPSWICH. 1HE SETTLER on SATURDAY, _ (To-morrow) tlio 25th instant, " from BalTs Wharf, at 12 noon. 5998 P. W. JACKSON, Master. "QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION H COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, July 5. 58 ? JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STE VM TO SYDNEY. - The CITY OP BRISBANE, SATURDAY, June 25, at Midnight. Tor MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON.- The WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, Juno 2S.-No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH The IPSWICH, This Day, FRIDAY, June 24, at 11-30 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, June 25, at 11-30 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduction in tlio Freight of WOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. tSl4. "OROM and nfter tlio 1st JUNE J^gÊ-T next, the FREIGHT for WOOL from tho Northern Torts to Sydney will bo as under :- ' From Brisbane nnd Ipswich to Sydney, at 12s. per bale. From Wide Bay, Gla...
Th Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 24 June 1864
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRlDAY, JUNE 24, 18694. SOME men are born to honors, others have honors thrust upon them—as often undeserved as merited ; while many, evi- dently desiring what come not to them by inheritance or as a slice of luck, "seek the "hubble reputation'' in regions where &nbsp; their achievements can be of no avail, because, to speak charitably, their efforts are misdirected. We have heard of heaven-born ministers and nature's nobles, but never believed in them any more than in ready-made legislators. PITT, young as he was when he entered public life, un- derstood the constitutional history and the laws of his country. The Mohican did not disdain to take a scalp, nor is the Maori king above committing acts shocking to humanity ; while our own aborigines are certainly not averse to adopting very questionable means for such animal gratideations as bodily comfort and personal adornment. The nobleness of their goings on must be very doubtful, however natural...
UPPER WARREGO. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 June 1864
Ui'l'EU WUIKEGO. mo« t coi KisiOMirhT This part of the country is beginning already &nbsp; to look dry, although the Nive and Warrego &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; lintis ne «till "miling Iho lato hosts lum di ml tin ¡,ia«sis up gitallt Bi suits linn has bun 110 1 lill hue smtt last Maiih notth talk nig about One would Hunk linn is going lo bi a di ought ultu so tu "ble a dilugo as Hie la«t Although Hine has bein no rant still tin Lountr) 111 sniui plius i. ion bogg) In cou siquuiie of the late Hoods mid impassable slide ol the load«, most of tho stations me out ol rations Ibis is Ibu Iii »I, time nut ol 1 lu III bino bten out smei I tumo up heil Milbillo Hut nlnat« mu will iiipphic1-suidmg loi ml ions tthui lint lind fullt sit. 01 ullin months sion3 111 Ininti, lo a1 lo« Milln kilt lune loi load mg to mine Most of the «.qualin4 dial tilth Uotkhiimptou-nindi is onl) about JJO miles oil Some go st ill lo Bnshiiue-fiO nilli s 1 hu jieopli lonu donn tin Wail go s...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 June 1864
SHIP MAILS. Tho mails for New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, per the City of Brisbane, will bo mado up and closed at tho Gonoral Post office this day »s under - For registered letters at 5 p m , and for ordinary letters at 7 30 p ni , and for nows papers at G p m The late ft e mud for Sydney and Melbourne only will bo closed at 8 p m The mails for Mart borough, Glidstone, Rock hampton, and Port Denison will be made up and closed at the General Post office on Tucs day nett as under - For registered letters at 1pm, and for all other letters and newspapers at 1 30 p m