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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

«o; ,.??.(? . . . i. NOTICE, ¡...j..'«.t/'.M -. SUBSCRIBERS;^ their papers^egma¡t)y[%h^jrespe¡íli^l'^ requested..to communicate the same:to tile Editor, informing ihim va,t5,the same1 time* how they 'wl'sh'their/'to' be; transmitted;iX,i} brisbane, September,3Ü,;.1S4§V,_C,. 0¡ [<.,¡, ; ... ,

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
KANGAROO POINT INTELLIGENCE. (From our own Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

KANGAROO POINT INTELLIGENCE., CFrom our ozon Reporter. J Our Reporter has' sent' tis the'following epistle»; from his,melancholy look-out at Kangaroo 'Point ¡; 7j":'v *i iii''- "' '' 'wH- '.' :'1';'< '? ; i ?'. .v (î': í';':/:i }ii Í ^.jMr.^ Editor,^Slwrtlyv after the. publication ; of. rnjÇjast despatches,,! was waited]-upon ,by..a ; gen»« tleiijan,; Who informed , :mc,"that my report liad, g'îjVçn. great 'bffénce.;tp'^ andytliat, he wouM^withdrawhis patronage,from Xpitr, paper. ,, t looked ' rather,blue at this, as I did >. not^knbWho'wyou might takeit.; sp I repliqd that Í->yas7s$r"r^ tai.nly(had. not said\anyt|ling prejudici^i tó himpr to any "other person.,, Iii ,fact,",that my repprt amounted to nothing at all." "'. Well, sir," said r^*,l'^h'ays"''Uie"'vë?y tiling' I'complain of. 'Wliy' djd".y,p9,nptt;rleppr.t; something sensible,,jns,tead,pfj the ¡b^derdash'.cbnfeu'n eil in y our, .Uespai'tçbVs"í!'",; I t^l'^f "* ïiim^ 't )ükt * 'ne ' '.m tu) s t'.'lic -, voi...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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ORIGINAL RHYMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

ni'/Äj'!-: T.i'iï;1.;: "iiiJ"«b08 /m.«; ,ssi>oT>r¡i;ai -JíOiíí -i lui n boit¡>^ <i i jú: I i'i, < rn To the Proprietor of theiMoreton ¡Bay Courieri Sir,-Lesothers should be blamed fdr'mycrimesi ¿UoW'riie'to lay claim to* the 'following trifles,' which,'at various times,1 haVe appeared in this paper, viz'-" The'Cabbage {lVaf," ''' The Cleve- land Point' Whale» andSi/' The G Host' that appeared Wthe Editor."~-as my exclusive pro- perty, "*' which nobody can deny ;" arid "permit mey in future, to'call riiyself' !' , ¿' ' vJ noun', .;-"'»'-»«NEMO." ."rv, 1 '.rf, ' !,,((?'. j:.'.ií A.-íl B'riàbarie; Septi-ÏOth.f'lJ,ra * , Uli i'Jc* Cj ViCîi; Di'.; ¿£i '<;?/!;.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

! .o rig i ¡Cal corAes'pon dence: To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Covrier. Sir,-In the Atlas of the 22nd July there is an article entitle<L "Notes in the Bosh," «' The DE\TUvÂ|ffiM/J^*^3hic!i the writer, white giving à Jwlier&ior1u%^cription of that reptile, Jotes UiatfpijinfUs m<^rmbe dreaded than its !!Ë^?n?$^%f& »%klWncea itl whlcl1 » ||foip( inflad nfeftif j|»Woas not proved fatal, ^liw^.'tlitt^lí^'id. braß^^udal extremity was %ltöj»ed t¡¡y inlf^it dimití,^^teMso says that the poSfson of most reptiles-íljicl»OTñíp, I presume, tlie adder-exhibits a yellowish gieen colour. Pre- vious to Dr. Lrkhhaidi's first expedition, the Doctor, who was then residing with me, killed a deaf adder about twenty inches long, and a black snake about three feet long, and dissected them in my presence. The tail of the adder terminated in a 'diaip, horny substance, jy[lkll»JB&tíaÍBÍX "like stingl" but, on'dissection, there was no~ap pearance whatever of an...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

.rfroö ',.rii:a .-n* >.r<. .v. ..."...! j-;a.- T5TÎ7 -Ä ;íkTO CORRESPONDENTS..'.^., i< Ata*í-Gaíímon.- We* onlyvrecèived >yoitr' *com*¿l municaíióii yesterday^ - - '- c t- -*- 'O '. ' "5 JtiM1.,' -Ipswich.'-We "have received 'your letter í )*ti'ifiéisîiter! in «»? tidnt>rl.ixenu&>it"*in. 'Vj*/r° IhW >m\añ$¡ver' to an> advertisement"* in ourr last'

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

Í-,tU¿i:V¿ ^'TIDE'iTÍBaíEV'''.^(; HIGH WAÎTR AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. 'ii I -"3" ". ' MORN. BVEN. f Sept.i 30-Satui day. .)...<... 0*50 > 1.2 M Otu i 1-Sunday . 5..'..:... J 4.24 s H 37 *(1 /ii ¿t,T,24-Monday ....'..1.57' '-.2:17 * o) n ' 3-Tuesday ... j .>...'.. ' 2.38 3 0 J . fh ; i 4<i4-Wednesday.> #.26» 3.53' " m ii ¿-¿-Thursday ..'...' 3»d'27 ' "4.5o' «^6 Ö-Friday..."..:. 5.6''.(6.K I V . ._L_;_'->?. -,, >

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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ODD FELLOWSHIP. HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

ODD FELLOWSHIP. IÍol'sb of Loans-Thursday, Afrii. 20v j ? Lord Beaumont presented a number of petitions from different lodges of Odd Fellows, praying for the legalization ot their societies. » i Lord Brougham said ho had no doubt the nu- merous petitions which weie presented to their lordships on this subject emanated from highly respectable individuals» ; but he conceived that an end ought to be put to the secret part of their institution. ii m ,¡ Lord Campbell had presented many petitions from Odd Fellows, and he could assure his noble and learned friend they were not bound together by oath. If they were, he should not have a word to say in their favour, for all societies bound by an oath were illegal. Loul Brougham observed that they had an oath of secrecy. Lord Campbell replied they had no oath at all, and to ask them not to unite m,societies wpuld be to ask them to, be no kmger Odd Fellows* The Odd Fellows wer&most loyal, most peaceable, and mosf charitable men ; and* i...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE CONSEQUENCES OF A REVOLUTION IN IRELAND. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

,'B RI T;l S H*E X T R A;CT,S. THE CONSEQUENCES OF A REVOLUTION "IN IRELAND. " *{f (CFrom thé1 Times', j ' Ir a collision is'to take 'place between England and Ireland, -let both countries fairly understand i what is the point.at issue between them. At the 1 moment wc arc writing the first blow has not been struck, tlie ni st musket has not been fired, the first pike bas not been stained with the1 blood of loyal men. So far as we know, Dublin and C'oik have not been visitid with the worst and most terrible of inflictions. There is, therefore, an. opportunity for the two ptrties to consider ttie grounds and consequences of their quarrel. What is the object of tlie Repealers P What would be its results to Gi cat Bulain ? what to Ireland P Wc have said that mere repeal of the Act of Union as once propounded by O'connell, and still desired by the Girondist members of Conciliation Hall a repeal which should give to Ireland a separate Legislature., but''leave her'under the dominion of the...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

flp li:'E' ufine!*- riévf']:Schooner Thompson, 'master;r'^vill 'Sail':;'on _MONDAY; ^ - ,í;;;'v/ -/'t,'.:"!'' ?Ibr frèiglit^r'pa'ssagb, apply,to!the Master,"oh' bóarÜ?-1;!l;:',?-;;';:' í;i;-"ijil - .."?'? '"'?''.' :'::,i',,v':"';,"" V^'^hvÍS^MÍEY ^CTIONl^tr^u'^í vVAliÚ1ABL:E:>iHO¡RSE^ST'OckvíHv/ \ÍTU.t't SeílVby'.'píiWic]] !ÁucjionrU¿£his^íart> ** ; Queeprsneet,! North Brisbane, ^¡;.Hi.,:u¡;;S ,r, -'.:V-,, .?;*.?>j^-'.i-l' H í S ^sST),.Av.Yï!'«y^;ftn^^ . .V-;:¡:¡.0í'ü,:.K"; At'lSo'docky-;-- tf*.feuis?.) :...;',-; The ¡undermentioned HORSE STOCK, vît .^ i' A -black! Clydesdale!-Mare, 5 years''oldfiiv-foal to .: 4he thorough-bred- horse Prince Albert.'''!Thiá superior animal would be invaluable for drári^lif;' ' -having great.pbwer, and very quiet . .:< ",'>;' A 'brown Mare,'. got by -Cock'Robin'out ? of ah' Emigrant Mare-in foal; toPrihce Albert ???j?-' A 2 year-pld Filly, by. Glancer, out of; a .well,bred ^Mare.!,,-: I,-;,' .,-.-,.,....;? :;??., !-',;;., i-r. ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. HOW ARE OUR CHILDREN TO BE EMPLOYED? (Abridged from the Sydney Daily Advertiser [?] of Sept. 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

'"é'O'l'O&T All1 EXTRACTS1.' c <k¡ v, \ . f . ?> .\p red r . i : ; :. f W <*ÎOW XRE OUR CHILDREN' TO'BE l \ ' I !! ¡EMPLOYED? . . t . . ,; Is, tAtinaoedfróm'.tfiéSydney >pa¡lyJAdveriísert'of\\ b '.,',?' tfvíA:wj-/,!i}l,r,-v,íi¿l? ** How are our children to he employed P" Sucb is the-'extraordinary question propounded, by the Sydney Morning Herald in its number of yes- terday. We almost misdoubt our locality m find-! mg any one make such an inquiry ni a country »here labour and industry, are capital-wjier« money capital lias perished and frittered away for want of them. Are we m the over-crowded hives of Manchester or, Leeds P-in the overjpopulated and over-cultivated 'regions of Middlesex, Surry, Limerick, or AyrshireP Or are we in a land where, within twelve months past, harvests have been left rotting on the ground formant of hands to get them m ; «¡hero sheep ha\e-been killed, for want extenders ; where thousands-nay, millions -of, acr«s arc ly...

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SELECT PO[?]TRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

cmmWMWM-^ TTlie following, amusing,,piece,,appears in the yew Monthly 'Magatme; mr1 "March last, as one' flf;tl(e -bitherWJurtjpflWiil^!'effusions of.-'ttó lite Thomas Hood. /iWe'.ictflntót ifiXKause we remem :b^hayin£,ireftd,!Jit/Gta^ .yMrMBC#»ía/¡poemtalmo* jej^tlj$tmüar<rt£Veíi M ¿Jfepjay üponrtbt waa»^aí&wJncfaw¿'&jJiKe l^W»hjta7iâSvUiQ,,»brltc^3^î|^çuef|iûafitlanl If tlierc was nb plagiarism on ¿\lfa&\Q¿í-U<fBi>mM #ílojt4*er(jpraof of-'th*ertoir^«u^o£!iideaBûrf'Ed. ] M.~)B.'. &.} uoi .'i ,7- :o«-ku1 nutt r, c& î.jJof.'.» ' A pretty task, Miss-tt&yfëomiviKn O ' A Be«cd*ifetfne«pAi,SS'--5:nwi Ina JT4ia| eannot.quite at.îteékaa »'rite wj h A l!\ pú W9Jh<néhiptitsritaen.ïrjiy br.: v-tv No lover's plaint my ütiscmu&tipaínt.- .;a9 ' «r-í '.¡¡jToíflllJthiA^page'BíapanííJ «ii co; ?,;:;/:; ':<. feAwfr.beçorrjBCtvdodrebollecf;:,' m vu--ir* I'm not a single man! ' -j ,."2£ ' ' j: rr\ ...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1848. [?]UVENILE IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

, . THE ..'::«.)" a. n w'Êu'frï Jr~ «'*? Ü: «!v«l*i: ttfVii''.V'/i "''" -^SATURDAY, SEPÍEM'BER'',30^'18It8rj,;^'1 _.8lï.fî-i..i.i;^ ftiWi'd n;îj'-iv'i * /,':cySi I *!-n-e^i:.- 'J 3ro.'.'1 .iii > ; .ijüVENÍÜS-J!íl'mG'Rl,Nirs/,r-'^5; V.f 17»Bii)GpseniDr ¡ of Scnnh., Australia j has published a'''despatch, 'from-JSarl*Gr'ey,' bearing date'28th'February las^iña^n* which his lordship stages ..that lie ^jfias jbqe'tr led to consider, favourably, a ptoposal, from the Çpjoma^iLand and /Emigration Comia^iaisioQeraiv10|for,\yard Jo ^hip colopj ándito. "South)'Australia, a* uurnbé»,Tôf yxt^ñig persons /rom^amongst fche<,orphanii inaintaidedünuthe Uvor'khouses^n, rlreiandv.. patcjij s^jtep, íliat rjh^' sHec^ns \jjfï)\ $e/ iHade,with:a view todiMamtdining a' djue proportion in "the sexes.'H *A* -ybtingçtnen wiilinè to1 'êmiferate, «jí'.pMi&fal' j 'land e i ^ JiWiof.-nw: ' wu-i women proportionately., scarce ; the pre fcrcpqeusvlo be given to^girls, from four Sftn to eightee...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE AND DR. SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. .i. j» vu-i i ÇPMÇE; office. v^ -, jvi:i.>r . BEFORETHBP.OIiICBflApISTRATBANDDR. SIMPSON. Assart.-On Saturday,,,Sept. 23rd, George Johnson appp.ar.ed( on/summons charged, with,.as, saüití'i'Mr. W.v C'ónnól)}H in'.thé'criiplóy:of'Messrs'. .ItbbertGraham'aiid^Cd.'i stated; that, oin "the'pre- ceding Saturday,.Dr. Cannan and himself were" about to'gö out! sailing on the rivery, when" Johnson, who is employed as a porter in'the establishment of -IL- G raham áhdCo.i*left the stove and was' abw sent for a considerable time.; Witness then pro- ceeded to the wharf in company* with. Dfc. .Cannan, and saw that defendant was jn the boat which, they '.had intended to use, and that he bad taken out '.the mast and sails; whiih were'titan''tying on the ; wharf'. -' Dr.Canhäri askèdt Jólnisori'why.hei bad ¿done, so, andwho. had directed him. He replied .that he '« had told himself." and was exceedingly abusive' Üó-'Drí' Carinan!0 Witness desired hihi to desist from his ins...

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THE LATE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

a ei i^il'THE-'mTE^EliEGÎIOÎî/ 1 '«o i'] .-¿.ii ir.- ' ., ) iTHErre^ultípf^^^late electio^^a mëm-j .ber of Council for the united ^counties of jStatíle'yV'G'l&uc^sterVáña Mac^üár"ié'¿mú'st iproveyííto'isaíll JobseçwirlyjitKe apathy, or j ¡obstinacy', pf ä7&reat nujnjwy^he elec- ] ;tvhich,-ce^j|st^.o^st>yp.tera-:[tQ. consider,, se-¡ ¡riously, thedeepí resp«nsibilities¡ attached f'We'hàve-'tfiïtle^ doubts good,^My/afri least, aiplausible-,(Wasori.,for;i ¡thatistèp f{*ut-m'añy~Lperhap's ¡a-majorityi ioTOem^SvV^"^ ¡fo^theirjpreference on anyf.o$er ?'ground' than that of offended-pride, at the coolness ¡of Mi-. vaVclilbáld lBoydUft>thëVniatlër; We Ido/hof^áy^tha^thcy'^fíád nbt:'jcaúsé5;for lofFehVe'-.'-on'the cô^rary/wè'conceive the |rieglect'of'"tfi'at "gentleman" tó'hdVe ^beén ;suffiç|en,t j.o tarrant av., rejeçtiônffpf '.l^is seriV'ices/.dfjiinrso! doingy,.we; could;, have; hp^eyerr\yas(linp^^^^ j !as,it.;3¿Qpd;;5iv,asi shajiiw.e-inorain'aieitipi^h.e, Council a¡g...

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THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

?° *'<Ts? P':ir,iM''k6&vär 'The prospectus for a Transit'Company, j which was published in our last number," gives us á--propeVcíop'pOrtuni'ty' of again impressing :updn buri readers' theynefces'sity of immediate repairs''i.iÖi;'the;'pubHVroads in/j.íjiis^istó I the whole iine/tfrpm, brisbane to; .Darling. ] Downs, hasfloïigjbëeninsucha wretched 'condition?that;;ä! ''vétty féw days'of':ràiîiy; weather are,'^ ; passable¡for:, diiâys,; apd/èven ..dangerous, .to horsemen. The chief inconveniences-are occasioned by the/small)Creeks, or water- courses, ..running/ tàahe^Bremer, and-the Brisbane. ;.iQf¡'.!those we^mayj.name the icreek westward of Gowper's ¡ P]ains;5~; "Woogaroo Creek,-^Redbank,-the Two .Mile1 (Bundanba);Creek,1-the One Mile '(Little Ipswicl^.'.Crëek'j^-abrariçh of;the! ¡Bremerlea) 1eÜ;AlJ(ié.; *! Seven ' ,'Mile ? Creek;"' i-anil Laidley .' as béipg-th^. wprstv.,At, jthe'dást'toámed place, especially, the pas- sage is most difficult, even in the most favo...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

VARIETIES. A CrwEN Hatter.-The New Monthly Ma- gazins gives the following letter as an authentic1 instance of the self importance of the Parisian democracy,-at the same time it is not a bad» sample of dry humour -«* Citizen Editor-Male- volence has attributed to mc language which I have not used. It is false that I have demanded' eight hundred heads, there is no branch of ti ade or manufactures which has more need of1 heads than mine-Cázalas Hatter, AaciUTçcTORin..r-The late Tom Hood was passing some new houses-" What," said he to his companion, "are they making such a clatter aboutp"-" It is the carpenters," said his friend, " flooring thp houses."-'« And w hat's the use of? that0" demanded Hood, ««don't >ou see, from the» st) le of the buildings, that if they let them alone for a short time they'll floor themselves P" At a party in modern Athens, one of the guests observed her son Charles eating rather more voraci- ously than the laws of even northern etiquette allow- ed. She w...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

.«"HSftP P IN G IN T E L LI G E N O' E. AUniVAX. ¿sept. 22 Avrora, 16 tons, Gray,from Wide Bay 1-Sth mst. Passenger-Mr."Dawes. DEPARTbUfcS Öj Sept. 25. --Ann. Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Bfown, ' for SydteAr?|asjgfcsN - steel rfge. ^V^yf $K "27. Colvrtbine, sçjufc for Sydney. W^^Wl^Wm' son andÄrlKofl^e9«^P''v^*' ." Susan. sÈiiooher, 60toiiî, Pigginsj'TOr Wide Bay. " Aurora; ketch, 16 tons, Gray, for Wide IMPORTS. Ann Mary. (By a strange mwtake we last 'week omitted the statement of-a portion of this vessels cargo,jvhich ne nowxnsertLl.8bagsllom:^ 2Voars iron, ï baTes rocFiron ,-^ke"gTrrönware,' 1 cask,.butter^L bag, I bag Oatmeal, J. Smith,' 30 bags flour/00 hhds ale, 1 dray, 1 ca'k whiting, I can oil, 1 case, I box barrow, J. Harris; 3 ctottJWZJ áb»jfiaalt» £rJlaJMgw*tt»ry*atinT&' - - - - 2 l78 árriVetffoo'ifc frypans? 40 bags - - ".3P,kSfes» leather? 24 chaînai truss, (Iriïalô^Woolpacké, 1 pocket hopa» i 1 .? blindies shovels,***) »trusses^'luy1 Hoekings ; 8 bags^ xP^^loes^JÎ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

At South Brisbane, on the 28 instant, Mrs. W. Connolly, of a daughter.    

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OLD TIMES IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

            OLD TIMES IN BRISBANE.. Oh well and merry passed the time         When we were three years younger,     When lightsome jest and sportive rhyme     Wak'd mirth that lives no longer :   When laughing eyes, and spirit light, Defied the touch of sorrow,—             And each enjoyed the passing night,     Nor cared about the morrow.             Alas ! where now the jovial band             That oft till daylight tarried ?             Some wand'ring in a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 September 1848

!±:¡Z£ qmö?fc* t-a:;mW-b\ «üim+&&iti on *.^'fíTUESDAY; OCTOBER JO; .'-.'/ -?'--; ano"tínJevery aJtérriaíe Tuesday, a» formerly. ¡ '' ^,¿.!SÍN.i¥Cotncany*s Wharf;" "'.-.'." ','"'.',.';i^ .7' jj}^Í'",],Sout|v,Brisbane,. .V'"^'.,';.^ ;:;;V'-^-" ),'/, On the return of the TAMAR toSydney, she will be detained one trip to receive some repairs, previous¡jpíhs;«pinroeñcement of the Wool-Season, und leave Sydney «gain for Moreton Bay on .^?y'OTJESPAY«;?aB3Bi» OCTOBER. REDUCED FREIGHTS to IPSWICH, .^-";J:';';by;7th;e mm mud Et; ?. ??¡^?-??^ f,"-r7;;;.;'j;;,;' trips'As'^usuaiIv --r'./;?" ^ :^fi{^^^^tM:'^'V^^p^'BÍ Uas.thís 1*&\^jd^y;reduced,the FréigHi'to Uie'following rates,"yjz.jp- ;,."'.'',?,'.'.'..;'..' .'..:'["?'.?'.'.?,'/.... 7 ..:'". 7 ',; ¡ptäd .weight 1...'... ,'.ï' 5s.. per foti .'?'.". ^."! ^"¿Mewurem^^ ''.". Goods stored at Messrs. Walter Gray and Co.'s, -.':.:??; f¡?.>:?.;? ¡'^?.?^!i!''' Ipswich. (¡/i-':¡;:w v :, , '; Brisbane, August23, 1848. &lt...

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