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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

íMovttott THE 33 a» Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1848. By the Tamar and the other' vessels ar- rived during the week, we have received Sydney papers to the 24th ultimo; inclu- sive, as well as complete files of those published in the neighbouring colonies. Such intelligence as the latter contain at all likely to be of interest will be found in another part of to-day's issue. The intelligence from Sydney does not possess any particular interest. There had been no arrivals from England, but one or move immigrant ships were daily looked fçr. : i Great efforts were still being made to place the silk institution in a prosperous position, and plantations of mulberry trees to a considerable extent were said to be taking place in various localities. We refer our readers to an extract in another column respecting the Durham election, as the circumstances have a close affinity to those of the Ipswich voters. It was " said," the new Council was not likely to be called together before May ne...

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TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

TIDE TABLE. «IÛH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. . MORN. EVEN. Sept. 2-Saturday......... 2.31 2.51 3-Sunday. 3.14 3.39 4-Monday. 4.7 " 4.36 5-Tuesday. 5.10 5.50 , 6-Wednesday. 6.26 7.7 7-Thursday.'. 7.44 8J7. 8-Friday.... ¡8.47 9.14 ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR AUGUST» 18*8. jil < Dates Time. Thermometer Barometer. Rain. Prevailing Winds. v ^ ^" "" . Air. Attach 1st to 5tb 6 th to 10th 11th to 15th 16th to 20th 2lst to 25th 26 th to 31st 9 A.M. 55.4 55.5 57 6 56.0 57 2 52.7 57.5 56.7 59.6 58 9 59.5 57.7 29.94 to 30.07 29 19 to 29 33 29 28 to 29.14 29.92 to 30.18 29.93 to 30.17 30.20 to 30.09 0.467 0.693 The prevailing umds during the month, have been betueen S S.W. and WeSt. During the latter few days, N E.-erly sea breezes have set in about noon, and continued until sunset. ** * Total. 1.160 The temperatuie during the month has been very changeable-varying from 49 to 61-5 at 9 a.m.-with the exception of open weather, with rain on the 8th and 2lst : dry parching winds have ...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sia,-As some misconception may arise from the terms of the advertisement, published in your last issue, respecting the forthcoming race between Mr. Mchan's filly and the entire horse Gratis, I beg to inform you that the match was not made by Mr. Bracker, but by a person named John Hawley, who gave,the challenge in my presence, lam, Sir, '., , Your obedient servant A SUBSCRIBER. Brisbane; August 28.. I ..?--'- ? . , ? - «

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COTTON PLANTING. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

, /COTTON^ PXANT1N». 'Ipi 'the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-The spirited attention which has 'lient bestowed by the intelligent portion of our ?community upon the subject of establishing the culture of Bilk in this colony, affords a pleasing proof .that to introduce new sources of wealth into the colony, we are not deficient of men, who wil- lingly devote their' time» talents, and' pecuniary support' towards an object which affords hope of becoming a future benefit to our adopted land. Hence I .am encouraged to offer some remarks upon the subject of cotton planting ; which, from the favourable climate and suitable soil we have upon tlie sea coast, and more particularly so at Moreton Bay, for the cultivation of cotton, will doubtless ere long make an important and very extensive article of export. -Jf'l 'cannot say that I am practically a cotton ^planter ; I, however, grew small quantities in the v\Vest, Indies, as a perquisite, while manager of a plantation-there...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. BRITISH WOOL MARKET. (From the Mark Lane Express, April 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

BRITISH EXTRACTS. { BRITISH WOOL MARKET. f {From the Mark Lane Express, April X1. J The amount of business transacted has been in- significant, the supply of wool exceedingly small, the farmers continuing quite careless relative to the disposal of the remainder of last year's clip now held by them. Such a course of conduct in a stagnation -like the present is the more sensible, as, by waiting till their article is in demand, they prevent a considerable depreciation in price. A parallel state of affairs it is not easy to discover in the history of our trade ; for, although the ma- nufacturers have for so long a period limned their consumption, yet the market has been supplied in the same diminished proportion. The cause is doubtless to be found mainly in the great diminu- tion in tile stock of sheep, which (the farmers al- low«! to lessen so seriously through fear of the effects of Sir R. Peel's bill for the importation of foreign sheep. The amount of this deficiency may, to some ext...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

.PORT PHILLIP. P(ohTiPHiiií!*"papers'*toi'the lGilr" ultimo* haye tome to hand, but they contain little "news! ' ' "^Mr^William Kerr,-(he "Proprietor of* the Meh bourne Argus, waa found guilty'on tlie 12th,.of publishing a libel in- that' journal, on Mr. Coun- cillor Moore.' The jury gave £500' damages. This is the second libel the same individual has been found guilty of publishing, reflecting on the character of Mr. Moore, within a very short period. The damages in the former action were £250. We percJeive that in consequence of large im- portations from Van Diemen's" Land, the price of flour in Melbourne had receeded £1 per ton. Large supplies of flour and wheat were expected to be forwarded from that colony. In many parts of the province, severe drought, and great scarcity of feed prevailed. Shearing. - The "clip" season has already commenced. On Sunday a draft of shearers left Melbourne for a station on the Avoca, though from the nature of the weather it is feared that in this ...

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VARIETIES. AWFUL POSITION OF MR. DUNUP AT BOULOGNE. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

VARIETIES. AWFUL POSITION OF MR. DUNUP AT BOULOGNE. (From. Punch.J Our departed friend, Mr. Dunup, who, as all the world, and especially his creditors, well know, departed by the boat for Boulogne about- two months back, has been placed in a most awful position by the French Revolution. Bayonets were urging him from behind ; but if he looked towards England,-writs were1 threatening him in front ; and,Hum which way he would, his case .wmerTtf hopeless one. Nothing, «iuc« Uic cele brated case of the Soldier, who wa» proprietor of a certain popular tear, wtiich'he " »iped away,'* can be compared to the touching dilemma-for touching it would have been, if hehad allowed'tha the bailiffs to fraternise with him-of Mr. Dunup. ,\V*e have placed the whole matter in the hands of our poet, who has drawn up the following version of the affecting incident :- , t Upon the pier he turn'«!, , , To take a mental look' !fij [ 'n l>(< At his credit and his creditors, ,/(j..|j,",',"' Whom ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide journals to the 5th ultimo have been received. The new Lieutenant-Governor, Sh\H. E. Fox Young, arrived at Adelaide on the 1st August, and assumed the reigns of Government on the following day. His Excellency was accompanied by his newly married Lady, who is the neice of Captain Marryatt, R.N., and also stands in the same degree of relationship to the Bishop of Adelaide. An amended Customs' Tariff Bill was before the Legislative Council. The Lieut.-Governer in introducing it gave the following explanation of its provisions : . The new tariff would abolish, commercially, all distinction of country, and alter the line drawn between luxuries and necessaries. It would also further regulate" free admissions. Except wines, spirits, tobacco, tea, coffee, which remained un- altered, everything was fixed at about 5 per cent. There was to be a uniform duty on all spirits of 10s. per gallon, and Is. per gallon on all wines. The new tariff had been very carefully prepa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

FOR SYDNEY. HE well known trader, and fast sailing clipper schooner SECRET, Hunter, master, will sail for Sydney on TUESDAY Evening next. For freight or passage, apply to the Master, on board : or to ' T. DOWSE, North Brisbane. Parties engaging freight for this vessel', will find that her trips will be made with'punctuality, and every attention paid to their orders, and safe delivery of goods. * * A REGULAR TRADER To-AND FROM SYDNEY. THE Clipper SCHOONER ELISABETH JANE, Sterricker, master, will positively' Sail on WEDNESDAY next, the 6th instant. For freight or passage, apply to the master, on board ; or to MR. GEORGE WATSON. Brisbane, Sept. 1, 1848. ,( f SALE BY AUCTION. A PRETTY LITTLE FREEHOLD IN , North Brisbane. MR T. DOWSE. JTAS received instructions to submit to pnblic competition, at his Auction Mart, Queén street, On MONDAY, the 11th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock, All that MESSUAGE or TENEMENt^now in the occupation of Mr. Bradley, cooper, at the weekly rental of 6s. 6d, situate ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

,'\ \ ' STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formel ly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, « FREIGHT OF WOOL. T'HE Freight of WOOL from Moreton Bay to .? Sydney, per Hunter River Steam Navigation Companv'a Steamers, from and after the 1st October next, will be as follows : Bale not exceeding ft. in. ft. in. ft. in. under hatches, on deck 4 6.. 2 3.. 2 3 from seam to seam Ils. Od. lOs.Oil. 4 9..2 3..2 3 ditto 1 Is.9d. I0s.9d. 5 0..2 3..2 3 ditto 12s.6d. lls.6d. ' and so on in proportion. No Wool will be stowed upon deck, except by the consent of the shipper. No Wool « ill be received where objections are made to ¡is being pressed. GEORGE SALT TUCKER, H. R S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Agent. South Brisbane, 13ih Aug., 1843. STEAM TO IPSWICH. 'Y HE public are informed that, until further notice, the steamer EXPERIMENT will make two trip» weekly between Brisbane and Ipswich, starting from each place at 9 o...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Petty Sessions.-The usual monthly Court of   Petty Sessions; will be held on Mondays next.   There are ten cases on the roll for adjudication.     EXPORTS.-Up to the present date, the wool exported during the season amounts to 4423 bales. It must be borne in mind, however, that ,the ex- ports are by no means closed. The Tamar, it will be seen, had fifty bales on board, and we hear of considerable quantities being still on the way to the settlement. In short, the export of this article, though differing in quantity, never en- tirely ceases throughout the whole year. Before the last bales of one season's clip have been shipped the advanced guard of the next has arrived in the settlement. The Glenelg and Wannan.-The accounts which every now and then reach us regarding the state of some districts, hitherto regarded as the Edens of the colony, have the effect of reconciling us to the less vaunted capabilities of o...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 September 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Aug. 28.l Aurora, ketch, Gray, from Wide Bay. . - ' Passengers-Mr. J. Ü.' Walker, Mr. Peter M'Caskell, Mr. J<$hn Jones, and Mr. William Buddings. .?29. Tamar, Steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Little, Mr. Raine, Mr. Morton, Mr. Boyland,* and 15 in the steerage. ' . ' '30.. Secret, schooner ^Hunter, from Sydney. 31. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Sterricker, ,;" from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Geo. v,. -Watson and Mr. Lloyd. DEPARTURES.       Aug. 31. Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. G. S., Tucker, Mr. Moffatt, Mr. Coutts, and 12 in the     steerage.   ¿ »Çeptii.".Champion,? schoo.ner¿:'Collas, for;Syd- ney. Passengers-4 in tlie steerage. IMPORTS; r ¡Aurora*: 26- casks tallow,\it 127 sheepskins» jones ; 4 bales wool, Fcrriter and Uhr. ? ' Tamar.-'I truss, 1 cask; 2''kegs, 2 cases, Davidson; 1 tin box, II. J. Smith ; I bag, Warner ; 4 bags potatoes, Order ;...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

«HIPPING ^INTELLIGENCE. "ARRIVALS. -"Sept. 9. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Rev. Mr. Lucky, Captain "Vignolles, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh, Mr. .Collins, Mr. Edwards, Mr.*M«Arthur, Mr. Forbei, and 22f*in the steerage. A 10. Clarissa, schooner-,-Johnson, from Syavy , ney. Passengers-^Mr,T Smith, and ¡20; in the steerage.'1! , y~\ ' y " *"-\ DBPARTUBB.' > V» iSept. 12. Tamar,%-steamer, Alien, for Sydney. -Passengers-Capt. Mallard, Mr. White, and 10 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Tamar : 2 bales C. and N. ; 1 cask, ¿-chest tea, 1 pkge, Sharpe ; 2 bales, 2 pels, Harris ; 1 ¡ron bedstead, Gill ; 2 bales Boyd ; 1 case, M'Connei; 1 hhd brandy, 1 hhd rum, 4,¿-chests îéa} 1 bale, 4 cases wine, 4 chests tea, 2 cases, 2 'Casks, 1 keg, I bdle leather, 6 bags potatoes, I .can, 1 ipcl, »Thorne ; 4 bags bran, 2 do potatoes, 1 cask biscui's, J. Smith ; 6 cart boxes, 1 bar iron,,5 cases nails, 1 bag do, Lynhan ; 13 bags sugar, 20 bags flour, 36 chests, 2 ¿-chests tea, 2 bales, T package, Pear...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1848. EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

THE fïlu r 11 n u 33 a j) Courier. w hi ch iel SA1ÜRDAY, SEPTEMBER IG, 1848. * ha of EUROPEAN NEWS. - - Pa Our files of Sydney papers, brought by t^e, Tamar, come dowji to the 5th mst. , ', Intelligence,from England to the ,21st May had reached Sydney via Port Phillip and Hobart Town. The latest is that brought by the Cheapside, immigrant ship, which 'amyed at Port'Phillip on the 18th tilt, after a'passageof something less'than eighty-eight days, being the quickest ever made between England and Port Phillip. We are soiry lo observe that the news brought by the Cheapside is of a still more unfavourable character than that received by the previous arrivals. The first series of public s^le/Lpf the new clip of colonial wool céjj^emtà at London Éthe&th#hd ehm1ÄhWl9th May, ir j |fvPÄas'lK«f Itfeof 2d. to '^ilgjr.' l|^bn£Jtne prfce&^Hfced at the -J'ebraai'y^aîeB^^îr; will^be^én from the ' particulars of the- quantities offered, pub- lished in our fourth page, that the wool ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

VARIETIES. Fortune is painted blind, that she may not blush to behold the fools that belong to her. On Sunday a lady called to her little boynjyho was shooting marbles on the pavement^' to cprpp into the house. " Don't you know you shouldn't be out there, my son P Go into the back-yarn* if you want to play at marbles-it is Sunday."1 " Well, yes, but aint it Sunday in the back-yard, mother ?" Infantine Idea.-Young Plumboy's boy was chasing some chickens away from his door., " Look here," said a neighbour's child, " don't do, this ; you'll break 'em-they're made of eggs." "Save me from my Friends."-" I weeded' my friends," said an old eccentric gentleman, " by hanging a piece of stair carpet out of my first-floor window, with a sherifl's sale fixed. Gad ! it had the desired effect ! I soon saw who were my friends ! It was like firing a gun near a pigeon-house ; they all forsook the building at the first report, and I have not had occasion to use the extra flaps of my dining-table sinc...

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THE SPEAKERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

THE SPEAKERSHIP. Certain parties(are .already beginning to speculate as to the'probable disposal.,of thVSpeakership of the new Legislative ^Council. The electors of Argyle it seems in the hurry and bustle of electing the member for that county-Dr. Nichol- son, tbe Speaker of the last Council omitted to obtain from him a pledge that in case of his success he would not again offer himself as a candidate for the chair, This omission the worthy electors .of Argyle consider, as they well may, a matter of deep self-reproach ; but they consdlve themselves in some measure ^by feigning a belief that their member, who must, have been aware of their in- tentions on the subject, will not take advantage of it. They do not choose to have for their member a dignitaiy whose voice is only heard in the ihouse in the cuckoo call of " order, order ; " and who never delivers an opinion1 bri any'question except the house be in Committee, nor votes unless in those rare instances where his casting voice is...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. STATE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

'BRITISH (EXTRACTS. STATE -OF- TRADE. Manchester, May 10.--Since last market ,day' ^there'lias been no favourable1 change here in any! department of business, nor is there a prospect of j '-thingsspeedily mending; 'The low price of cotton has' induced a' few mill-owners to venture upon -full work, in the hope that some chance may ar- rive to dispose of the yarns rand this enterprise has given enploymcnt to a great many operatives, to whom employment at the present time is more than ever a blessing.' In the district surrounding this town the working^ classes are still in a de- pressed and'impoverished state, and thousands are suffering intense privations. In Stockport, Ash-( ton, Rochdale, Oldham, Bury, Bolton, and other places in the neighbourhood, distress greatly pre- vails, and the pressure on the poor-rate in alii .these places is immensely heavy. The cheapness! jof bread is a preservation among most poor fami- lies from many evils. WOOL SALES.' London, May 19th, 1848.-The first...

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FRANCE. ATTACK UPON THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.—PARIS IN CONSTERNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

FRANCE. ATTACK UPON THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.-PABÍ8 ".'V '.'.' IN CONSTERNATION. ' * ' On the 15th May the Clubs marched to the Na- tional Assembly, entered the hall, and declared it dissolved. ' Blanqui, Louis Blanc, Barbes, and General Courtais, were the leaders of this step, The National. Guard and the " Garde Mobile" rose against the movement, and expelled the intruders. . Paris, Tuesday Evening.-After I despatched ray parcel this morning I went to the National Assembly. My way lay across the gardens of the Tuileries ; 1 found the terraces which com- mand the Place de la Concorde occupied by the Guard Mobile, and the gate opening upon the Place shut, with troops drawn up on the garden side. Retracing my steps towaids the side open- ing to the bridge called the Pont Royal, I found the garden filled with National Guards, and on reaching the other side of the bridge I discovered that the Quay de Orsay, leading to the Chamber, was closed against the public. Being provided with a ticket...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. \ THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, ?**. * NOTICE. On the return of the TAMAR to Sydney, she will be detained one trip to receive some repairs, previous to the commencement of the Wool Season, and leave Sydney again for Moreton Bay on ', TUESDAY, the 3rd OCTOBER. STEAM TO IPSWICH. .THE Ipswich Steam-Packet NSs EXPERIMENT <^^/K1fY v4 nav'nS' lately undergone a ^ffijy8gl)g> thorough overhaul, will, fiom "" Monday next, leave the Wharf at North Brisbane every Mon day^Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at 9 H^ ÓSMck piecisely; and from IPSWICH every ¡ífr TlSday, Thursday, and Satuiday, at the same Hour, «uring the ensumg Wool season. ht, not requiring storage, 8s. per ton dead weight. * 10s. measurement goods. rteightT wftk. stor&tcfree. 10s. per ton dead Ditto 12s?JmeafÍ^ttnent goods. FARES AS USUAL, ¡height"will be received by Mr....

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THE NEW COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 16 September 1848

THE NEW COUNCIL. The writ for the election of a member for the Northern Counties having been at last returned, with the name of Coi. Snodgrass endorsed thereon, the new Council is thus complete, so far as regards New South Wales "proper." The majority of * electors who voted for the gallant Cplonelr was 51 ; and the result, liowever much' to be regretted by many who cannot believe that his energies are adequate to*-the im- portant trust he has undertaken, has ever since the issue of the polling in ,this township been-confidently anticipated/ ' According to the returns, the following gentlemen have been elected to represent the respective districts associated \ with their names :-? ' ' t < .> ' Argyle.-Charles Nicholson, Esq., M.D. h* ' Bathurst.-John Bayley Darvall, Esq. ' Camden.-James Macarthur,'Esq. r ' ' ' Cook and Westmoreland.-James Martin, Esq. Cumberland.-Charles Cowper and Nels'ori Sim- mons Lawson, Esquires. ' l ' Cumberland Boroughs.-M illiam Bowman,Esq. Dur...

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