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TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

TIDE, TABLE. JUG!! WATER; AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. -j * MORN KVEN Oct. 14-Saturday'. ........ 12.4 ' 12 1,1* lo-Sunday. 12 24 12.46 IO- Monday. 1.0 1.22 17-Tuesday. 1.40 2.3 18-Wednesday. 2.28 ,, 2 5G ,19-Thursday. 3 3 3.31 ,'' 20-Friday. 4.1 4.52

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1848. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

THE ítjI o r e t o ti oat) Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1S48. tj LATEST NEWS. I The arrival of the Rose has placed us in possession of European news to the 13th June, and we have been favoured with a Sydney paper of the 7th instant. Mr. John Mitchell was convicted, on the 26th of May, of felony, under the recent Act of Parliament, and was sentenced to four- teen years'; transportation 1 He has since been despatched to the hulks at Bermuda ; the Executive Government having been .induced to forego their original intention of sending lum to Norfolk Island, in consideration of the state of his health. A teport of the trial will be found in our fourth page. Some of the moral and physi- cal force gentlemen were endeavouring to bring about a coalition : but it does not seem probable that they will succeed, as a letter from Mr. John O'Connell, pub- lished in the Freeman of June 10th, states that a strong remonstrance had been received from an important quarter, against any departure from ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. f-*Tmc Wnb Regulations.-It'is confidently *Uted,¡n well-informed political circles, that the Home Government has come to the determination of revising the whole system of the newly-adopted Land»Regulations. This decision is said to have been adopted mainly in consequence of represen- tations made from the Government of this colony, of "the insurmountable difficulties that would arise in endeavouring to carry into execution all the minute i and complicated details of the proposed system ; the cumbrous and expensive machinery that would be required for that purpose ;( and lastly-whether least or greatest among the con- siderations likely to weigh with an absent Go- vernment, we pretend not toj divine-the undue advantage that would be conferred by these regu- lations uppn one particular class of the community. It ¡3 added, that his Excellency Sir Charles Fitz Roy has been highly complimented by the Home Government upon the foresight he displayed, and the.decision whi...

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ORIGINAL RHYMES. OLD TIMES IN BRISBANE. TO NEMO. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

bnfi m-.£#i!? ii^i^iiraM^-v á .00 .a -&&hni'lV.fiJtb -HE»ÍO. iKT*1rylfcrrtnat joy's no longer live, '7~ r ' And jest and-mirth are waning: " " ' -And-o«er4he vanish'dJbygonergrieve« Y ..4 Of present bliss complaining P , {j '« 1 WrjaUhopgh the jest which buoyant sprung .FrOm'IipiofSvit'and nine;" ^J l " No longer flashes, fresh and young* At p^easure'S?nwsy^shrine| 'f * 'What thougti the friends WholglaÜness shed" ¿Around thebes ti ve taper;* y ' f- v , 'Ar^distant,-married,-changed,-or dead, 'ii ïheir fun'dispéH'd in vapour.;- ' v J. /And good old times of heavy ¡purse,' n > \ f And evening meetings jolly,' % i-j - & Have yeilded place to manners worse,' _ ' tf* And looks of melancholy.^» y ' - *~ ~ We will" not join the general groan, Nor fret with'croaking winners,* But SMile, and pledge in joyous tone, \ Confusion to repiners ; And as in days " three years ago," % -l Fo«'dared the touch of sorrow;' ' We'll let the streams of pleasure flow, And not forg...

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CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN LORD BROUGHAM AND THE CHIEF RABBI OF THE JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN LORD , BROUGHAM<;AND THE CHIEF 'RABBI OF THE JEWS.- '..-»-?-' '."..,-.!..? We haye^ received the following correspondence; to the exact, verity of .which ¡we cannot wholly pledge ourselves;' neither can we, with Lord Brougham's letters to M.;Cremieux:before us¿ re-' 'ject thesubjoined as altogether incredible.-r ,rr< Lord Brougham to ihe> Chief Rabbi of the Jaw«.-Lord'Brougham has the honour Ho offer' his compliments to Dr. Alder,' Chief Rabbi of the' Jews of 'London, and wishing to be Judaized in* Duke's Place, has requested phylacteries' and a? seat in'the'Synagogue, neâr~which He'has'for thirteen years considered with himself whether be should or not purchase an estate and build a' house. These phylacteries will be Sent lo the British Museum, and Lord Brougham requests' that the means of Judaism may be 'granted as early as convenient.-London, April, 17. The Chief Rabbi to Henry Lord Brougham: -My l.ord,-It ist my duty to point out t...

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POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

POLICE OFFICE. BEFÓSE THE FOUCB MAGISTa.VTE. ïH^MpJ*?**ï*Oc^ á prisoner oftiié "CrownrresiiTing with" her hus- band, was charged witlr stealing ;a poçljet^hook, containing more than forty pounds, from á pearson bearin^he prepossessing cognomen Of Cash, on !'tlie ftiglif of tiie"6t!f'irtstant.?-?> james ?ash; stated that on the evening in quesiion, having just ar- rived from ^theT .'bush, he was, sauntering down Queen-streft,wlièn(trié,prisftnfr;'aeeosted him with an invitation;,toacçpmpaiiy;herhoniev Ever ready at the call'of* galläntry,'^áínéS;tom'pljed ; and carried «his complaisance to the fúrílíer. extent of sending;vóut-o.for.;::8o.mc"spir¡tei;;^nVth'e¿rcourse of which transaction, the prisoner contrived to ap- propriate tri herself an order'for'tén'shillings. Tliat, however, formed no-.part .of. the charge« After some;agreeable conversation over the grog, Mr. ,Gaslv.retired,Ywith jhis; coñquVst; vbut was aroused, after, a.short time, by 'her declaring ,":irt' tonesfof wêH-a...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. (Compiled from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. C Compiled from the latest papers. J Trial of Mb. Mitchell.-The trial of Mr. Mitchell, of tlie United Irishman, commenced on Thursday, May 25, in the Commission'Court, but the greater part of the 'day was taken up with technical objections on the part of the prisoner's counsel. The second day's trial proceeded, and in the evening, shortly after seven o'clock, Mr. Justice Moore, entered - the court', and the jury having been .called, and asked whether they had agreed, the foreman, amidst breathless silence, handed down.the verdict-" GUILTY," Upon tlie announcement' of the verdict, the prisoner's wife threw,herself on the shoulder.of her husband, who stood near herein the dock, in an agony of grief. Several, of the prisoner's most intimate friends, Messrs. T. F. Meagher, T. Devin Reilly, the Rev. Father Kenyon, Dr. Gray,Mr. Doheny, Mr. J. Bruillon, &c, then came forward to the dock, and gave him a parting shake of the hand ; but, before these ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

. HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. w ABfttVAlS. Opt,^8;;Fiïizabtth,Jarie; schooner, 43 tons ?"'v r^iSterrie^w;Piaster;' from Sydney 27th .'"; %;::.'"<ult. Passéngnrs-Mr¿ Lynn¿ Mr^'Powcr, ::"Mr.:-^ "* "' "" ' **"' ' ?-"?'?' ' ? from _ ._ in^ tlifj ? ?' '.??"'iî'f'- - ' '^Bk' ?".Grayv'mastéí^ y- \ from the River Mary 3rd instfint. :"'- V» Ä ^'iÄöWi steamer, 172 tons. Pattison, master, y ,v'-:;V^;':>.,from Sydney 3rd,.and . Newcastle 9th ; yy vinstánt. Passengers-Captain Mallard, vMr/vWhite; Captain Allen,and twenty« í^ íí y three in the steerage. ; ';;';.';(Ö(£f mastery for Sydney! Passengers ; "^.í Master Watson and Mr. Mullins. .'"¿jj.5. Ä<wel*teamer? 172 tons, Pattison, for ;'-'V;:^í:irT/R>:jJ¿-SmUlit,: Captain. Allen, and/three -?m^mmMtffráéé* ^^^^^ ? ;. M''%h:i~W¿¿*ni schooner; 45 toni;- Currie; for ?y-' .-' thesTweedRiyer, in ballast. ;;, ^^¿4'- i >H*MPORTS;:¿í "í :.. a ' ' \ J ¿ilUtjtàetnJane,yi»undies'¡ron, pots, 5 ¡kegs; jp^iitivi^cas^ ' waré,:jl4,vjtogS;S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

m*m . :m:àfîE>:'T'>JlJJtf-ii* WILL. SAIL ON di VB f ; TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24¿ Mía' on every alternate Tuesday, äs formerly.. ;í;^;';_':v ;:;. :r:;' . ; g.s^|tucker, ^gént. :$VR\;Sv^£ompany£^^ r!^^'.' ..^.¡w^^ujth'.Brkbane,/" ,';..; "',.,';. ;, . '.',"*.'. '?_ MERINO AND SAXON PURE BRED THRO^ÍNO: A 'iCLbSE,' HEAVY FfER¿B¿ .'AND; OF PARTIES' requiring really superior Rams, ¿r^ *^ü informed that they can be supplied in any quantities from the wellrknown stud; of; purely bred sheep belonging-to M. W. Marsh,. Esq., Salisbury;'New England, on application to that gentleman, or to Messrs. Robert Graham & Co,, Brisbane; to Messrs..Lyall, Scott, & Co., Sydney ; orto the Undersigned, and from whom prices and full particulars may be obtained. ¡ ¡'?^»It is well known that in the London sales the line wools have maintained theirrates, whilst the coarser qualities have receded,;a fact which, the Loridori! brbkersimpress upon thejc, correspondents in' New South Wales in almost ev...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE: (From our' Correspondent.)               Wednesday, Oct. 4.-The chief characteristic of Ipswich, at present, is its almost death-like still- ness, and the absence of all appearance of business;   save in the way of buildings. On Sunday, the 24th ultimo, we were favoured with a visit from the Rev. Mr. Luckie, the new R. C. G., who in- tends, I believe, to reside in Limestone. Subse- quent to his preaching, he informed his congre- gation that the Government had given a gratuity of £125 towards the erection of a Catholic School House; this sum, added to about- eighty pounds subscribed by private individuals in the township, will suffice to put up a good-sized building, to be used as a school-room on week days, and for Divine Service on the Sabbath : in the interim, Mr. C. Gorry has very liberally lent a room in his cottage for the latter purpose. Preparations e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 October 1848

FOR SYDNEY, THE Clipper SCHOONER 1 ELIZABETH JANE, will positively Sail on MONDAY next, tlie 16th instant. For freight or passage, apply on board ; or to GEO. WATSON. Kangaroo Point, Oct. 14th, 13B. rpHE undersigned lias just reteivcd a supply of 1 BUTTER, CHkESJS, B \CON\ HAMS, and POTATOES, in prime condition, wlrch will be sold at the lowest remunerating profits. JAMES SU1H ER I,AND, Ninth IhUbanc. October I2th, 1313. LOST,-£2 REWARD. A CHESTNUT HORSE. 5 years old, near eye **. damaged ; branded jjjnear shoulder. The above reward will be paid for his recovery. HUGHES & ISAAC. HASribeeh; instructed:'--0 dispóse^óf by Public? - .;1^'A'uc'tioiî,J'(a"t'tl»e!'St'.-;Pàtnc'k|* -..!?.:?:;?'.?-- ;l;-i?f'ii..k-:v-^t>^9.-^l'¥'V^.(ï- 'i>^TiU?'':l'-,¿ ; The WIo'win^H'Ss E ,,ST¿Q#-^:~1^ Amy-a Bay Màrêy broken in'to tóddl^íántl hir ? :: '';,"încss>^h^'fMl^-fnotyH^S^^'oi''^ Molí' """". '^~.--'---?= ?»--."? . Bally;. J :?"';''.:, àmLharriëss . ,,.,."... , Dirk- Hátteráick-^-á- Bl...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

, TO, CORRESPONDENTS. rj.i iü| -î'iflNpaAMus.ViT-vï«*, you^aife fight jntthfixfirtf * ' particular. The Hunter River,Companys,] 4gent\isnpt p (Justice of the Peace. There is nothing illegal,) however, in persons out.of\ 1 ttie commission sitting on the Bench. We, 'once saw the 'Duke of Cambridge seated beside '" one of the London'Police 'Magistrates. ' A SOUTH. iBaïspANlTBi-The insertion ¡of your ' letter, dated 19th instant, is unavoidably de ' ferred uniShext''week. > .

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

TTTOTTSr-T 6 v 11 o « THE MORETON 33 an BAY COURIER.         SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21,1848. '. , , ; ' AN abstract of British intelligence to the 29th of June will be found in our fourth page. We regret that want of space prohibits, until next week, anything further     than a brief reference to several very   teresting subjects. Dr. Lang, it will be seen, is determined to carry out his views with regard to cotton growing : it is even said that the name of the vessel, in which the emigrants are to he despatched, is known: but we have not been able to gather authenticated information upon that point. , We cannot doubt the success of the speculation:but in any case       Moreton Bay is deeply indebted to the Doctor for his disinterested exertions,< The hopeful anticipations in our last, issue are unhappily, blighted, by the, latest account of ithe wo...

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THE NATIVE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

THE NATIVE BLACKSIÍ4 «IS EVER since-'Moreton Bay wa« opened to 4the asettlerâ',' ita*Question of aboriginal rights, has been? Jrç continual agitation, as connected with the means of restrain- ing the natives from crime. ; Surrounded, as this question is, by difficulties of the greatest magnitude ; it has from time to time been grappled withrrby those wthose constant'èxposure to danger has rendered itsf consideration of the deepest interest to thefti. ' On one1 hand the adventurous men who first peopled these wilds were harassed by incessant murders and rob- beries, committed by a cruel and faithless race : by the difficulty,and, as some sup- posed, the danger of protecting themselves by force of arms :-r-and by the unwil lingness^of labourers,^ from their know ledge,x>f those«,circumstances, to engage for remote'stationsexcepting at enormous wages. On the other side, the settlers had to^contfer/d^ith'the'absurd anomalies of the^rimina^ilgT^a^g^pVUcable to such cases, an.drW^thjth...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

THE"RA£EN^1( ' *" EXPERIMENTAL' TRIP* T~ * THE HAVEN will leave North Brisbane Wharf atp A £. qnjMONJpAY, the mental apply to tile undersigned, <3,4 ]>¿'4" ^¡rfflOMAS^COqXTS. October 21,1848. , " , ¡0ui , ^ , ,fcC ,,M " , -TJ-'rino "--'?"* "4* r 'f,W - £1 REWARD, e ,1 ^4 T OSfy from Cambooya/ in : June last,? two *-* WORKING BULLOCKS-PRerà^ittrawberry,, on near shoulder. The above reward will be paid, to any onegiviug such information as will ensure their recovery. ,/ i " , , 1 J. &. BURNETT. 30th Sept.1, 1818. s ^r , V f \'[ , ' j ' NOTICED is \u - THE following CHEQUES Whig been stolen from the undersigned',' all persons are hereby cautioned not to receive them, aft payment of the saine has heentstopped :- ^^ 6l{, flf} f ^ Aug. 8,; 1848., .Arch.,Campbell on $ankof(INew" South Wales, in favour of Clias. Ward £2 00 Ditto ditto on ditto,'favour of dtttoEXU£m3odd.n , 'll ^^(JHARLES'WAfiD:''5 W6ttgongara»,Septi'24?l848.}^"r¡^ííi lodi *« \tè ini^dforfetóíof a%Ë...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

j \~, i - y JJ iiidp ?bi t Jiif 1 r i Jù.t. rq ( VARITIES     -----------------------                       PROOF OF CIVILISATION. - An American paper mentions, as proof of the advanced civilisation of the Cherokee Indians, that the tribe has in- curred a public debt of 100,000 dollars. It has been suggested t mark of the model repulbic, the red borrowers should repudiate. TOO FEARFUL TO CONTEMPLATE.--There, is a work advertised called-every Man a Lawyer. What a state of/sopiçty/ li;; j,r y/¿' INNOCENCE.-Anilrisjíjerya^^ znionue.Pr lime. . .''.¡?'??," «.->?.'.. j;:'dwERvl>^'\VÍ¿i!ao' s^cr^¿vIJa%'iors!Ts*uc'é¿Al-Íh pWformingcShyloçk W ' BMuW'it1 isTdiffic'uït ftö ^.FÍ^ANC^ %$$ A.finjlsJln.ßÄiput^slp ".""___,.,,_ ...Jays j». _",_ _. #"_."_.... days'; to .run also', and-'be' liad ""tutor1 run accord ?7-",,*.i:.-.,...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. (News to the 29th of June.) WOOL MARKETS. (From the Mark Lane Express, June 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. fNews to the ,29^A of June. J ^CFromitheMark Lane Express, June 26. J CiTVj! r MÖNDAV.-The-- imports' of > wool into; landon last week were;3015 balea, of. W'hiph 1812 weifê'ïfroin^iSydnëy^ 1324¡ífrpm iVán^Diebén's Laïd{?179î!froav thewCape^and; theiss* rfrom;: ,GeVmáHyW"«ii'irí'^9^Fí'^1 'ÎII(ï !A- '.?''.? 'V^- ..... ?...-.. i TüeÁpüblic^salesi;plt'|)[plonja^¡an^!('oj^e^.,{w9plM jcomméheedon Thursday;an%bav^v^njtoierabiy:( welFàOèndeaVconsiderm trade. jTlíéré is| Iiü\vever7Vdecided(fréducition .in.,prices,. > cpWta^*lÜxrth"i«ííít8tcBeBÍes;jp(,!.o¡ lóoí/'pf.t? ./f.oï'j* i I.^Tne.?fifst;«iléiwa?'í.by Mrtsrs^SiiriMjand Co.; } who put dpill29$rbhles, jncluding;^^!b»les;EA.usr; 1 '"'"?."-'-? "' ''.'"'' .JíHe*»" rjthsjjatteK, .. " . _ . , Australian. WUÍd^nyjOi-Ji6V,G'iP'Aa'»on^li.eu.irX-;-.!¡-- <, ? I í*Mete;'JaV*«hb?«ii aFtiday?. «fforedjfc4¡#chaJes.G ^^mï^ÇP6mimh^^mifyabmd^to{rlsyMà> ifVíífif- föfettäftoLondpi-ftOfc baU$ir~iatp?$kc,...

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ORIGINAL RHYMES. A PASSAGE FROM CHILDE SNOOKS'S PILGRIMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

Tï'lii ZJÜX JJJÍ^UJÍVÍ XisvsQ BiliÖ I-Noülíí R HY. M ES. I* i A^AéSÂfeE FROM CHILDE SNOOKS'S j ?, i «r'i "/W PILGRIMAGE. , p There wa? a sound of devilry by night, 3 l)'ojutharming Mrs. B. had gather'd then Her thickens round her and the clear moonlight Shone on the frantic deeds of tipsy men. 'lhen yells and shouts were horrible, and when Music arose from one voluptuous sitell, , i 'VnotherjjPjh'd $he bacchanalian str.un ,IhejpdynjM¡hoy{s ringing,like a bill {But stop'-what s^er, ' '-"hat steps <ttcie those that on the ¿dfisSwäyftlf»»' v to1 j bl Flare up ! flare up ! If we the peelers meet We'll serve them out w ill» mpre th in they can eat." "But hark,1-1 hat,,tiampuig, sound breaks in once moi e, il.ike hobn'ail'd bo¿ts on clumsy, sprawling feet, *I see twOfbandy¿leg* '-now there nie four . Jliuri«-*liunJ,-^tt|wiEarl andi'staíí are tubbing to i ha&;itt,ieJ,09hl,,¿ ? }l , jOh U"then lind there was dodging up lind down, i -jAnjJ njdyiugijhidc un(l seek but ali i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

SHI [ismmmvíM^ t >,iu XJÍ howl oí üüno' m hH-reñm A ARRIVAIS, .tatnini '-v Qctí3í3íffer^isc||ogoerjo38 tons, "Hunter, from ^;~ Sydney 11th inst. Passengers-Four .. 20. ÄcÄit^rj^JlShi^outts, f^>mi. ajii¿7tóoní|hft 1 eihiiinslli^Pjisser^lB^M " Drysdale, and on^n^lii^etMge,^, ,.,;J& ???.- DjÉft^Rp^^Asá^ \¿fe. 'Oct. 17. ElizabelA^^iclioorM'43 tons, SW^? .?.<. SiOiirtekeV', 7/drSydüey¿('< Passengers-4-Mr:^' :./;., and Mrs, Pendergrass and eleven chi 1 .-->v:r:-'/'drén,an'd¡s^iii''jtliesti«rage.'' .^jjfe'í|írBJcase¿,;íLTjár» 2-¿asksi 1 bag, I pel; J.7CaggartV'23 bags'sugar, I chest tea, I bag coffee, 20 bags flour, I bdlc leather, 4 cases wine, 7 tagsfsalf^c»^ bags flour,;lb casks ,;wine, 2 boxes glass, 1. ream páp6r,^tí*úss^liíjts,:2!packages, leather, 4 kegs nails,' 1 case 'ironmongery', Richardson ; 200 bü8Uel8^maize,Zions:po^tws, ^Ijoxes-ca^ndles,; suno'rytíulrmiu^^ hlüte*: álé^Vil^jfiiiar^lró^i' "Harris ; |20¡ bushels bran, 1 tori'Hayi' cR./lL'S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 21 October 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL, ON ; ' TUESDAY, OCTOBER'24, ^ arid on every alternate Tuesday, as ioiráaif. G. S. TUCKER^Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Biisbane, .IMPORTANT FREEHOLD AT IPSWICH. . MR. A. E. CAMPBELL XT AS been instructed to dispose of by Public ?** Auction, ON MONDAY, THE 30TH OCTOBER. At 12 o'clock, oh the premises situated in Brisbane-street, Ipswich All that desirable Freehold Property, consisting of one allotment, fenced in, upon which is erected à substantially built six-stalled Stable, an excellent Kitchen, with servants' room attached, and a sufficient quantity of hardwood timber to form the frame of a House 52 x 26, and cedar, ready cut, for making np into French lights, sashes, &c. the whole, originally intended for the erection of a public-house, to consist of two parlours, four bed- rooms, and a bar. AFTER WHICH, Two Allotments of LAN D, situated at Kangaroo Point. AND * A quantity of HOUSEOLD FURNITURE, Bushmen's Tools, Bedding, C...

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