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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. ?* Jo>'E 23.-Rhondda, schooner. 81 tons, Cap- tain J. Reardon, from Dunedin, in ballast. lío passengers. . . " , -, . June 2ö.-H. M. steamship* Salamander, 4 puns, Captain .J. Carnegie, from Sydney tho 22nd Juno.**' ' June 27.-Yarn» Yarra, steamer, 650 tons, Captain Milman, from Sydney tho 24th June. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Brady, family, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, .Master Wood, Mrs. Davis, Messrs. Cameron, Silcar, Barton, Dr. Harvey, and 20 in tho steerage. -- CLEARANCE. Juno 27.-Susannah, schooner, 21 tons, Cap- tain Coodo, for Maryborough, in "ballast. y' ^ IMPORTS. Yarra Yarra, from Sydney: 4 casks butter, 5 cases chicory, 1 case groats, 5 boxes raisins, W. J. Costin!'"l caso tools, 8 coses provisions, 1 barrel herrings, J. S.'Mort j 3 bundles lcnther, 1 packaeo saddlery, If. Box and Son ;, 165 bags potatoes, G kegs butter, 20 cases 'irait; T. Un mack ¡ 1 cnsOjCiirthenwarc, T. Coates ; 2 half I ¡erees 25 boxes tobacco? 40 bags rice, 200 quortcr-sack...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ni.i.critic TKLEQH IM.] ARUIVIM. June 25.-Neva, schooner, from Auckland ; Yon- Yangs, s.S., from Melbourne. June 20.-Jessica, barque. Jason and William Duthie, ships, from the. Downs; James Pater s.s., from Port Denison"; Merrie Monarch, ship, Irom Liverpool ; Urania, steamer, from Warr- nambool; Sandringham, ship, from London; Armistice, barque, from Adelaide ; Goldsoeker, schooner, from Adelaide ; Corio, s.S., from Auck- land ; Hunter,steamer, from Merimbula; Eliza Iliinekon, barque, from Now York ; Agnes, schooner, from Warrnambool ; Agnes Jessie, schooner, from Launceston ; Kate Swanson, ship, from Adelaide; Atrevida, barque, from Mauritius ; Otago, s.S., from Nelson. unr.iiíTüiírs. * Juno 25.-Svriquc, for Java ; Golden Eagle, for Brisbane ; Nil Desperandum, brig, for Foo Cboo. June 2G.-Wandrnham, for Calino.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

SHIP MAILS. The mails f>i Maiiboiough, Glalstono Rock hinipton, and Poit Dmi-on, per Hie Williams will be made up and clo d at the Geiu ii | Post ofllec this dni (luc-liy) as untlei - Foi fcgiiUre 1 lettus tit 1 pin and for | all othu lelteis and ncw-pipe s at 1 J} p m

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[?]SHRANGERS NEAR ALBURY. (From the Border Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

TG DSnit.VNOlîRS NEAR ALBURY. (From the Monler PoU.J_ MOROut's LAST AND CIUEFEST EXPLOIT. On Sunday last, about ono o'clock, four persons were qtnetly sitting in a room ut tho Round Hill station, belonging'lo Air. Henty,-about forty miles from Albury. They were irr. AVutson. Iho superintendent ; Mr. M'Noil, tho overseer ; Mr. »M'Lcan, cattle overseer; and Mr. John Heriot!, *"ßi"yomig gentleman, son of Mr. Hcriotl, a neigh- boring squatter, who lind como over -with a message Mrs. AVatson was in her bedroom, when ii man whom she recognised ns Morgan looked in at the floor and asked her where was Mr. Watson. She pointed out the room.. Mor- gan opened the door, presented a revolver, and introduced himself formally, und then asked whore tho grog was. He, with a revolver in each hand, capped and cocked, liiustored Iho four persons to tho apartment .indicated, and demanded to know how many bottlos Hiero were. Mr. Watson rcpliod that thoro were six bottles of gin and thal ono was broached. ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

NEW SOUTH WALKS. Bs (ho \ ni ia Yttiia ninth uri ived i esleída} iifUinoon nu baie leeeiied (ties fioin Sydney to the ifllh instant AVo take fiom llioiu the foi .lolling ltonis of news - (li oin the Empii e ) DiSTiiissiN niii Aoinoui ii HIL DISTRICTS -An (idjoiunid inciting of Iho comimtttt np ponittd to make aiiangeiiieiits foi the uhefof the stillet ois bilheieeiii floods uns luid its tt rilli i afternoon, .Fuñe ¿aid al Molls Koiinis Pill slieet His \\rot«hip the Ma\ot was in the chun \. leqitisition bealing tho nnnies of seiend influential gi nth mi II was pi sintilto lum desumg lhat ho shoal 1 etmum a publie ltiteluig Uti consented lo do --o and lind j upon \londii m tiling ne\l at tho Mu o Hull Jlesohitions tolitsitbniitted (ollie publit nutting were eonsidetid au I untied to In Hu toniinittce On leletiing to otu iilieitising loluimis tin tiduilisiment nilling the meeting I will bo seen and without doubt au iiiuiunsi iissi niblngi will aiisiui it undhi thin piouipt assist un i ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

. ABSTRACT OK SALIÎS Iii.' AUCTION TUIá'-D'AÍ. MR. R. DAVIDSON, tit noon, at his Rooms : Land in South Brisbane, Allot mont at Maid- stone, Victoria, Lease of Land in North Bris- bane, Horses, Wooden Building in Queen street, and Sundries. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at Ralfs Wharf: Flour, damaged, ex Mary Smith.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

Auction Sale? _r_ TO-MORROW. -.« v TB. ROGERS, Auctioneer, Land, and . House Agent,Y Stanley-street, near the Fern. South Brisbane, will sell by publio auct ¡on, on AVEDNESDAÏ", June 29. nt 2 p m prompt. A quantity of fir«t-elassMILCn COAVS and welUonditioncd HORSES," Ac. 6150 " « THIS DAT. IN THE INTESTATE ESTATE OF MR. FRANCIS BUSH, DECEASED. ROBERT DAVIDSON has received instruc- tions from the Curator to sell by public auction, at his Rooms, on TUESDAY, June 28, at 12 o'clock, 3 Horses * A Saddle and Bridle «. Box Clothes "*, A Silver AVatch - . * * And a Gold Ring. w Terms-Cash. 6048 THIS DAY. - ' v 'IN THE INSOLVENT ^ESTATE OF AVILLIAM* AVOODGATE: * ' _ * ROBERT DAVIDSON lias received instruc- tions from (he Official Assignee to «eil by public auction, at his Rooms, on TUESDAY, June 28, nt 12 o'clock, * j The follow mg LA NDED PROPERTIES, viz : 3 Allotment- near Oiens' Head, in Hie Parish of South Brisbane, being Lots 38, 39, and «JP, of Portion 189. The-e Allotments, hare a f ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

Tun following ivas. Hie state of her Mujcsti's O no1 al Brisbane for the week ending June 25, ISO It-Prisoners-For trial ut Brisbane, 2 mules ; for trial ut ipswich, 1 inale ¡ for trial at Toowoomba, 23 males ; for trial tit Maryborough, luíales. Imprisonment, IS males, 0 females; hard labor on the roads, 7 males ; hard labor in the gnol, 50 males, 3 femnles ; non-payment of fini"-, G males, in (ItTiiult ol' find, 1 male; debtors, 1 male ; limul»'*, 49 nuiles, 11 fuñíales. Milking a tiotul of 102 ululen, 20 fomulcs.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

"l\TR. COOTE bogs to inform his friends that Jil his OFFICES are REMOArED to BUR- NETT-LANE, immediately in tho rear of tho T.wu Hall 1898 FOR SALE. A FIRST - CLASS FOUR - WHEELED ENGLISH DOG CART, mid a set of sill er-raounted HARNESS, nil of tho first quality, just imported from England, for FORTY 'GUINEAS, half its original cost. Can bo seen at Messrs. BENNET & EDDS', Coachbuildors. 6007 E TO BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. OR SALE, a Bargain, TWO FAT STF.ERS at the Pound Yard. AV. H. KENT. 6151 TENNENT'S EAST INDIA PALE ALE. TBE Undersigned nro SOLE AGENTS for Queensland. 0101* ORR & nONEYMAN. NEWCASTLE COALS. BEST HOUSE COAL by tho ton. for Cash, n. "S. GRENFELL. Laglo-street, North Brisbane. 5181 "WINDOW BLINDS. AVINDOW BLINDS S. FULLER, MANUFACTURER OF VENETIAN AND VnnE GUAZE BLINDS, 286, PITT STREET, SYDNEY. APPOINTED AGENT for QUEENSLAND. J. AVILLSON, Brisbane, Oil and Color "'«rehouse, Edward-street, Brisbane, bv whom all Orders entrusted to the Sy dney Ho'uso will he...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

FOR IPSWICH. mHE SETTLER TO-MORROW " J. (Wednesday)i June 29, at ö a.m., (SmlârB Wharf. fiUl P. W- JACKSON, Master. ? STEAMER NOWRA. fTlUE above Steamer, which possesses ^^> X superior accommodation, will be _-SE available for pio-nio or pleasure par- lies . or, can be engaged for towing vessels at ill times when due notice is given._ J. & G. HARRIS, 5091 _Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION * COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, July 5, at 8 p.m. 68 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STE WTO SYDNEY.-The YARRA YARRA, WEDNESDAY, Juno 29, at 3-30 p.m. Vor MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON.- The WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, Juno 28, at 2'30 p.m.-No advance in rates. Goods received not later than l-30 p.m. TO IPSWICIl-?f The BRISBANE, This Day, TUESDAY, June 28, at 2 p.m. No Steamer on Wednesday. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, Juno 30, at 5-30 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, FRIDAY, July 1, al G...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 27. BEFORE the Police Magistrate DRUNKENNESS.—Thomas Maguire, Thomas H. Meredith, Joseph Burman, Leonard Silcox, Patrick Molloy, and John M'Key, were each fined 10s. for drunkenness ; Daniel Follet and John Macintyre, charged with the same offence, failed to appear, and forfeited their bail, £2 each. John Connolly, for assaulting the police and being drunk, was fined 10s. for each offence. INDECENT LANGUAGE.—Donald Bissett was fined 20.s. for having made use of indecent language in a public place.

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SAXBY'S PREDICTIONS FOR 1864 AND 1865. (From the Melbourne Age, June 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

SAXBY'S PREDICTIONS FOR 1864 AND 1865. (From the Melbourne Age, June 14.) AMONGST the new books received by this mail is one by Lieutenant Saxby, in defence of his weather system. The book is entitled " Saxby's Weathcr System, or Lunar Influecf on Weatlier." The "System" we will takow an     early occasion to notice at some length ; mean- time we present our readers with wha. Lieute- nant Saxby, at the date of the publication of his work, terms his "yet unfulfilled predictions,' extnding from March, 1864, to December, 1865, inclusive :- List of days on which the weather may reason-   ably be suspected as liable to change, most pro- bably towards high winds or lower temperature, being specially periods of atmospheric dis- turbance. 1864.-March 2nd-7th to 10th-14th-22nd -29th. N.B.-The 7th and 8th will be a very danger- ous period, with probably a very full tide on the 10th. April 4th to 6th-11th-18th-25th. May 1st-8th-15th-22nd-29th. June 4th-12...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 June 1864

TELEGRAPHI NEWS.   (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) S YD N E Y. The Q.S.N. Company's steamer Lady Bowen arrived this morning. Morgan, the bushranger, encountered two troopers on Friday. He shot one dead, and made his escape. A land slip has oecurred at Maitland, by which several houses were destroyed. There have been heavy imports to-day, includ- ing 1100 tons of breadstuffs;. Beer is lower. Salt is dull. MELBOURNE.     The R.M.S. Northam arrived here yesterday, and sailed to-day.     Sugars are firmer. Flour is quotod at £27 per ton. ADELAIDE. The Rangatira has arrived. She has been much damaged by a cyclone, and lost several boats. - She however took the mails to-day. Flour is, dull.,     AUCKLAND. News to the 13th states that the rebels threaten Taurangi and have challenged General Cameron to fight on the 15th. Reinforcements were despatched immediately. CAPE OF CtOOD HOPE. &n...

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CARELESS SHOOTING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

CARELESS SHOOTING. TO THE EDITOR OF TUE nnisnurc cotmrnn. Sin-Allow me space m y our columns loi mo Moiling, written in the hope of cheeking tho ;"i«à.."e icferrcd to -A few days ago afte. ?aliiiK up o liorse from my paddocks on Enoggci a Creek to put lum into work I ob«ei ved that in» les were a good deal swollen, and on ex »mining Hiern felt seveial little haul lumps < ,n.,do tlio arm On making some mci«ioiis I discovered theso lumps to bo dink «hot lins i ,] to a closer cMinnnntion, and I felt ninny i din emms of shot m his legs and lindel his nrtlis but too deep to extract He doubtless Ls lut hi one of the many dangerous nuisiuces in the shape of now chum sportsmen, who aro now met with in eveiy direction in the bush about town That the shot was intended for the horse I don t for a moment imagine, most likely it was aimed at ducks in the creek And apropos of ducks I may mention that onli a «kort time back somo of my tame ducks, which had chosen o shady pool in tho ere...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MORETON BAY CHANNEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

CORttlSSPONDËNUE. TUE MORETON BAY CHANNEL. TO THE rnrron or Tun mtismvE oonniEB. Sil! -II M S Salamander has escaped wreck by the moi ci of Providence lnvmg been twico on shoie at tho cuti anec of tho poit owing to the contusion of buoys winch lenders it impos- sible foi a stiungci to bring a ship into this poit bi tho Admiiulty chtut lust published Snell is n most disgmcciul stnto of things but it will iemnm so until somo ship is lost and foin oi fiio nundi ed souls perish Tho mastei of Iho Siilaintmdei will now bo tned by aCouit ?Mailiai foi what ho is not to blaine Iho blauio lus with the gentlemen who direct the liai bor dcpiiitmcut whoso pievious and picsentoccu pilions leiulei Hiern eiitiuly unfit for tho sei vice but li is n wonder to mo hew thei can sleep willi the an ful usponsibihty that lests on them through the neglect of this port Yours, D. DRING, Master Mariner. p g -ricaso insert tho accompanying eihact fiom n petition picsented In me to His Excel lem y tho Goi emoi l...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

CSHTP SÍATLÍ The mails per the Yivrra Yarra for New South AVales, A'ictorin, South Australia, and Tasmania, .will'be made up and closed at Ihc General I'Post-ofllcethis day ns under : For registered letters at 1 p.m. ; for ordi- nary letters at 2 p.m. ; and for newspapers at 12 noon. 4 . The late fee mail for Sydney and Melbourne only will be closed at 2-30 p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

DEATH.   LOAGUE.-On the 28th instant, at the residence of Mr. Andrew Orr, Wharf-street, Brisbane,   Mr. Robert Loague, (of Mary-street) aged 49 years, for many years turnkey in her Majesty's Gaol, Brisbane.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

SYDNEY SniHPINO. ."Ç [DY EMCTHTO TKr.-ROH.lVH.] " ,*.*' 'Jt* ARRIVAIS. June 27.-Nesit, s., from London ; Alexandra, brig, from Batavia ; Nautilus, barque, from Adclaide ;.Lady Bowen, Q.S.N. Co.'s s., from GrecnockjVCity of Sydney, brig, from Ard ¿ourne j' Alexander Baring, barque, from Moul- amein ; Johniina Hendrick, from¿iitavia ; Agnes ' Ii-ving, s., from Grafton. Dr.PAitTrnvs. June 20.-Gazelle, foj, AVellington. Juno 27.-Rtvi".von,^s.s., for Melbnurna;' ITrara, p., for Grafton. '

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DEARY. MEM[?]RNDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

MP« HU YD 4 TILL M XT Pit 111 TCAT'OX ?:a i iv.<iiio».iay. I It,»-» 0 iii .Jjüpov-xVw .Iiilv 4. 8h.

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COMMERC[?]L. COURIER Office, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 June 1864

COMM El'Cl \ COCRTEU Ónice, Tuesday evening. ' MR. Ajipirií MIRTIK lins notified his inten- sion of holding bi-monthly sales of colonial produce, xiool, hides, skins, and pelfs, on a plan jsimilar lo that^followed by tho produce auc- tioneers at Sydney. The first sale is to beholden on the loth proximo, at flic City Auction Mart AVo understand that if the «ales meet üith suffi- cient encouragement, Mr. Martin intends erect- ing n suitable building, to be" especially devoted to tho saloof produce. MessrsTMavtin and Dickson sold a quantity oT damaged Adeluiilc-flonixeV'Murv Smith, nt Ralfs wharf, Ibis morning; for which full rates were »obtained. lQS-'bags, slightly damaged, brought £^7 10s per ton ; 190 bags, mush dnmaged,* realized ?22 per {fan; and two lots, of 3 tons eích, brought £23 5s per ton, and £23 los respectiiely Yesterday, th* same firm spill 20 allotments of land in the Afontpel'ier Estate, situfitec) oh Ihe Sandgate Road, nt the following rates:-2 at C8 10s each; 5 at C...

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