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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
Cauri cr. ilk-, estt PUBLISHED DATLY. xjwusujy, Jt'xt; no, i sr; i A oni.-TAiN cniiicinni-r.iij- if (lins is popularly SiiijijHisfd lu lt,i\c&lt; the ln'iu-iit id'J high suui'cu of iiiH|iiriitiiin, lint ii wutilil never ilu fur the public to accept liis die tuni on all points. Wo havo been taken to task fur our strictures upon the lino of ncliim pursued by the Government willi respect to the Gold Export Duty, und we have been assaulted with harmless violence because we have declared the collection of such a duty, without the sanction of the legislature, te be illegal, although the ille- gality is practically admitted ; and an ¡it tempt has been made to show that the Legislative Assembly have sanctioned the duty by passing a resolution affirming tho expediency of bringing in a bill to establish euch an impost. Notwithstanding the defence which has been set up on the part of the.Goyernmeut, wo still affirm that the stop taken is illegal, ,and improper becauso illegal.'-',? The...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] '*** " AWI!VA 15. June 28.-Northfleet, ship, from Plymouth ; Sussex, barque, from Hobart Town i G reinidier, barque, from the Downs ; Adieu, schooner, from Adelaide ; City of Brisbane, steamer, from Bris ' bane ¡ Grafton, steamer, from the Macleay. HEPAimriiES. June 28.-Wild Wave, for Port Cooper ¡ Heather Bell, for Port Cooper ; Telegraph, s., for Brisbane ¡ City of Melbourne, s.S., for Mel- bourne ; Lady Bowen, s., for Brisbune.
COUNTRY COMMENTS ON PASSING EVENTS. VII [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
COUNTRY COMMENTS ON PASSING EVENTS. Br Win WEASLE. TUE day before the IIouso assembles Mi Tdloy meets his electors and gncs nu ne count of his stowaulship He piules himself upon boing the Hist ni Queensland that adopted tins com se Well its nell he has something to pride himself upon, loi to say the le ist ol them I see nothing in all his deeds lint he miBht bo pioud of It Mould seem fioin Hiern that ho is lileah othci lilies of the i.dlci ho toils not ncithci docs he spin lu goo 1 truth that Valley of his must lune a gient deni of lortitudc to put up nilli linn «o long Iho only Hung he dies to get foi his el ctointe is n paldy sum of £300 ton auls electing a School of Aits and in this he fails Ile finds it no go The munster is ludo bound Mi Lille, sub raits In fact he tin on s donn his aims with out stilling a blon Ho then goes into a long ngmurole about tho Scab Act the I ion on Yearly Crops Act tho Joint Stock Winding up Act,' the famous Census Act the Game Ian Act tho Bathurst B...
ALL CURES MADE EASY!! [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
ALL CURES MADE EASY!!, iL LOW AY'S OINTMENT. 1 Lr.ua, Ui.ci:uoiTB Soma, BAD BIIEASTS, mil) Wui'Mia.-No description ol'wound, sorr ulcer eun resist Iho healing properties of j cxi client Ointment. The worst cases îvirîiitsiiiuo a hcidthy iippcnviiiico whenever Ih.nodicaniont in applied ; sound llesli Hpis up from the bottom of the wound, in lliinlioii ol' the MUTOiinding skin is arrested, mi complete nnd pcrmuiicul cuu-o quickly lois the use ol' the Ointment. Kb, FIKT1ÎI..1S, AND iNl-KUNAI. lNl'LAH ?liis.-These distressing mid wcuk-eiiiug dis eii- may willi cerlninty bo cured by tho ** Biiurn ihemselves, if Uley ivill use Ilollowiiy's Oiiout, and closely nlteiiel lo Iho printed 111 stiions. II should be well nilibili upon lint m .boring parts, Athen nil obnoxious matter wibe removed. A poultice of bread and wir muy sniiieliuics be applied at bcdtiino windi milage-, (ho most scrupulous clciinliucsa III; be observed. If thoi>u who reutl this pigrnpli will bring it under tho no1 ice ...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. , WEDSESDAT, JrxE 29. BRI3BAXK.-9 a.m. i Barometer (correeti'd), 30-149 ¡ thermometer (shade), 53-, ditlo (dry bulb), 53-5-. dil to (wet bulb), 47-5: force of wind, 2; direction, S.W. ¡* extent of cloud, 0; weather fine. (Per 'Electric Telegraph.) WARWICK.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected), 28-818 ¡ thermometer (shade), 42 ¡ ditto (dry bulb), 39-5 ; ditto (wet bulb), 33; forco of wind, 0 ¡ direction, - j extent of cloud, 0 ; weather, calm and fine. s SruN-EY.-9 n.m. : Barometer (corrected), 30-399 ¡ thermometer shade), 51 ; ditto (dir bulb), 46-9 j ditto (wet bulb), 43-3 ¡ force of wind, 1 ; direction, W. ¡ extent of cloud, 1 ; weather, fine. ,, WIKD ASD WEvniEit.-9 a.m. : Lytton, W. and fine j Ipswich, VV. and fine ¡ Laidley, calm and fino ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ¡ Drayton, W. by S. and fine j Dalby, S.W. and fine.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
QUEENSLAND HORSE REPOSITORY. LIVERY, BAIT, & COMMISSION STABLES, Bear of the Sovereign Hotel, Queen-street, Brisbane. Snddlo and Harness Horses, Dog-Cnrts, etc., always on hand, for Salo or Hire. M'LENNAN & DUNCAN, 2825_ Auctioneers, etc. MACLEOD, CARTER, &lt;fc CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS, COMMISSION, AND SQUATTERS' AGENTS, Bowen, Port Denison. 3239 TURNER et HIGGINSON," CUSTOM HOUSE AND SHIVMNG AGENTS, Brokers, COMMISSION AGENTS, AND ACCOUNTANTS, Queen-sti-eet, opposite Bad's Wun-f. J. THORNE LOE SMITH, ARCHITECT- AND CIVIL ENGINEER, QUEEN-STREET. (Next door to tho Royal Hotel.) Contractors' Quantities carefully compiled and revised. 5G18 PATRICK LYNCH, (Late Foreman to A. Lenehan, Sydney) CABINET-MAKEK, UPHOLSTERER, &c, Edwiirtl-streot, Brisbane. 5812 CRAIG & SON, BLACKSMITHS, WHEKLAATUGHTS, et FARRIERS, Victoria-street, Warwick. MR. GOODALL,, DISCOUNT AND SHARE BROKER, BRVDON'S BUILDINOS, Q U E E N - S T R E E T. 3S-10 THOMAS OLDHAM et SON, CIV...
TELEGRAPHIC. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
TJE&ECÍ St A ni ff MC. (FROM otro TELTvOJurmc COKHESFOXDKN'TS.) SYDNEY. June 29. Tira Queanbeyan mail was robbed yesterday. Mr. Frederick Yottngo has engaged a theatri- cal und musical company to lake willi bim lo Brisbane. The markets nro dull. Tho Lion has sailed for Brisbane, and the Boomerang for Rockhampton. ADELAIDE. Sales of wheat havo been elToeteil at prices varying from 10s. Gd. to 10s. lOd. per bushel. pViînixor.MEXTS havo boen completed in tho Sheriff's OlTico, under which Mr. W. T. Bliikoney resumes his position as Uncler-SherifT Mr. Halloran being Sherill'. These appoint incuts havo been'definitely nuulo ; and, as tho business of tho department will now bo con- ducted by a gentleman who is thoroughly ac- quainted willi it in all its details, without super- numerary clerical aid, the announcement wo now miiko will bo satisfactory to tho public. WJ: understand that previous to the depar- ture of the Yarra Turm, yesterday, for Sydney, a parcel of gold was offered ...
TO ROB A [?]rne Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
TO BOB A Melbourne Argus. &nbsp; ",>', jingwood were throini ¡?f--, .-excitement by a report; Jn?'; Jy, about cloven o'clock. £v .og, Juno 14, to tho effect that B% ^uondon, Scottish, and Australian ..elfed)'nftho corner of Gcorgo and Ger- ade streets, .had been stuck up by sei-oral lirnicd men, that a desperate struggle had taken place, and that one of the robbers had been rounded, captured, and consigned to tho lock 'j, As may bo supposed, upon this substratum Jfjet a great many most oxtravngnnt fictions "-re erected by the creative genius of rumor j aucl what was doficient in the information was readily supplied by tho lively imaginations of the many narrators. Gertrndc-strcet was soon ¡u o state of extremo commotion. Tho bank milich was tho scene of tho outrage ivns A-isitcd breroivcls of people, who appeared to regard it ¿ a satisfaction to their curiosity to stand ¿bout in, the front looking at the walls and c\&lt;¡.cÍ door of the building. Constables mul ot...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
Auction Sales. THIS DAY. 23 BAGS OATS. With all faults, and without reserve. MARTIN A DICKSON will sell by auction, at tho City Auction Mart, on THURS- DAY, Juno 30, tit 11 o'clock, 22 Bags Oats, nith all faults, and Without Reservo. Terms at sale. G186 M 60 BAGS PRIME CAPE BARLEY." Without Reserve, to Close Accounts. ii ARTIN & DICKSON wiU sell by miction, at the City Auction Mart, on THURS- DAY, June 30, at 11 o'clock, 50 Bags Primo Capo Borley. To be sold without Reserve. To close Accounts. THIS DAY. 2 TONS PRIME OATEN HAY. MARTIN et DICKSON will sell by auction, nt tho South Brisbane Ferry Steps, on THURSDAY, June 30, at 2 p.m., 2 Tons Prime Oatou Hny, * In splendid order and condition. Terms at sale. 6141 AUCTION NOTICE. 0J>" and after July 1st, A.n. 18G-, nil LAND SALES conducted at the City Auction Mart will be hold on the following day» : MOND-VYi Commencing nt 11 o'clock. WEDNESDAY : Commencing at 11 o'clock j and every SATURDAY ¡ Beginning at 2 o'clock p.m. Libe...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
mo fir soiD fm cvsii nvi BUILD T Queensland Apiily B li o'hee of lins papei 0215 FOR S VLF a quantity.of 1IOÜS1 HOLD GOODS consisting oí lion Ik Uteads Milln« ii Chests of Drawers Meat killis A\ ishstnnls mid Diessmg Inblis, fob sold nt W MVRIvb Otoigc strut nc\t lo the Conner Olbee A\ ill be sold cheap 0229 FOR SVTF a GrM"R VL STORr hrriTHS BÜSIM NS ni the most thriving pint of Bush mc Hie piesont omer can gue the most s iti«fnctory rin«ons fo silling Coming m e i«! V Duelling IIouso nttnebed can be had if lequncd lo nu, one who cm gue then attention entirely lo the linde this is nu oppwtiimtt mull met with Apply to TVMIS BRO\\i\ Leiihhnull stieot, Spring Hill G22t M VRI IN S 1I0RSL VND SlOCh BAZ Lill SVDDLE mid Harness Hoi«cs, Dog Cuit«, Ciurin"e« Socinblc«, cic , nlwmsfor huent the nbove 1 «Inblishment Good paddocks, with plentiful Riipph of miter Hoise Suie cioiy Wcdncsdny nnd Saturday, nt 11 o'cloik UPWARD K BOWLES Tesseos "THE GARDENS" SURRE1 HILLS, NEAR Si DNEY, ISÎiBI IS H L...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
FOR IPSWICH. THE SETTLER will receive CARO O THIS DAY (Thursday), at RafT's ' Wharf. P. W. JACKSON, Master. STEADIER NOWRA. TOE above Steamer, which possesses . Biiperior accommodation, will be **~ availnblo for pic-nic or plensure par- ties ¡ or, can bo engaged for ton ing vessels at «U times when duo notieo is giver.: J. & G. HARRIS, 5091 Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ftfrk. rpiIE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS JßM£ J- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, July 5, at 8 p.m. 53 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. ?¡Titi-. A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAYI Jyy£Í\. GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tho TELEGRAPH, 4S lionrs after arrival. STEAM TO ROCKHAMPTON. - The CLARENCE, July 5. No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Day, THURSDAY, June 30, at 5-3011.111. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, July 2, at '6-30 awi. 'MIENRY O'REILLY, Agent A.S.N. Company's Ofllccs, Brisbane AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight of WOOL per A.S...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN k DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart ; Oats, Barloy. At 2 o'clock, at tho oouth Brisbane Ferry : Hay. MR. Á. E. ALEXANDER, at 11 o'clock, at tho Bank Auction Rooms :"LanJ at South Brisbano and Yeerongpilly, Leases of Two Shops in Edward-street. MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tatter sail's Horso Bazaar : Horses. MR. G. WARREN, at 11 o'clock, nt Hie Volun- teers' Arms, Qnecn-street : Housohold Purni-, turo and Stock-in-trade.
PUBLIC MEETING FOR THE FORMATION OF A FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
PUBLIC MEETING FOR THE FORMA- TION OF A FIRE BRIGADE. A íPUBLIC meeting was held in the Hall of the School of Arts last evening for the purpose of &nbsp; affording the committee appointed at the pre- vious meeting hold Milli icfiicnco to Iho do suability of establishing m cllicicnt fue bngado in Brisbane to submit their report. There was a very fair attendance and the chair was occu- pied by his Worship the Mayor. The CHAIRMAN baling bnclh stated Iho ob jeet of tho mcdill,} called upon Mi Inn fin (hoi SLCielary to tho committee) to îuid the follón mg lcpoifc - "RP pour of tho Citizens Tu o Committee ap pointed at n public niCLtiitg held in tho behool of Aits on lucsdity tho 12th ol Ipili and piesented at Hie seeond publie meeting held on 20th Tune "In comp'innio A ith n losolution passed hi tho citizens m publie meeting ussomolcd, ap pointing ii number of genlleinen to act as a Qentnl Committeo in canimg out a sones of suggestions ollcied bj the iiuious speakers, tho commit ...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. ASSAULT.—Callaghan v. Gleeson.—Plaintiff, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; who is a tide waiter in the Customs, charged defendant with having assaulted him on the 24th instant. Mr. Garrick appeared for de- &nbsp; fendant, who pleaded not guilty. Plaintiff de- &nbsp; &nbsp; posed that on the day mentioned he was keeping tally of the cargo of the steamer City of Bris- bane when defendant asked him to allow some &nbsp; sugar to be taken away. Plaintiff refused per- mission until the duty was paid when defendant abused him, shook his fist in his face, and otherwise prevented him proceeding with his employment. On being cross examined by Mr. Garrick &nbsp; plaintiff said that it sometimes sugar was taken &nbsp; &nbsp; away previous to the duty being paid, but on the occasion referred to he had received positive &nbsp; &nbsp; orders no...
VICE ADMIRALTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. BEFORE the Chief Justice. RE SHIP VERNON. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
VICE ADMIRALTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. &nbsp; BEFORE the Chief Justice. &nbsp; RE SHIP VERNON. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. LILLEY, who appeared for the promoters in this suit, stated that the answer to the peti- tion of the promoters would be in court in an hour's time, and that he was prepared to accept &nbsp; the answer. The promoters would undertake to reply to the answer on Friday, and he therefore moved that Friday be the day assigned to hear the reply. That day was assigned accordingly by con- sent, and the court adjourned until 3 p.m. on Friday next.
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 June 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. JUNE 28. - Jessie, schooner, 30 tons, Captain Barrett, from the Macleay River, N.S.W. DEPARTURE. June 29.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 650 tons, Captain W. Milman, for Sydney. Passengers : Mrs. Steinbach, Mrs. Cockburn, Miss Cockburn, Messrs. D. Spencer, S. Spencer, T. Moore, B. D. Norris, H. M. Oxley, P. N. Russell, T. Gillespie, and about 12 in the steerage. CLEARANCES. June 29.-Fairy, schooner, 40 tons, Captain Pethebridge, for Maryborough, in ballast. Juno 29.-Mary Smith, schooner, 100 tons, Captain W. H. Skinner, for Newcastle, in ballast. EXPORTS. Yarra Yarra, for Sydney : 86 hides, 5 bundles skins, Cribb and Foote ; 8 caeos fruit, Skyring ; 1 saddle, Brisbane Club; 10 bundles skins, C. &nbsp; Newton Brother and Co. ; 11 casks fruit, Rodgers ; 2 casks fruit, Hargreaves ; 1 parcel, Stewart and Hemmant ; 7 packages fruit, G. Toms; 1 case, Felton, Young, and Co.; 1 case, &nbsp; &nbsp; Benjamin and Co.; 4 casks tallow, Bright &nbsp; Brot...
FIRE BRIGADE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 July 1864
(rec FIBS BRIGADE. a A,-lru«ting"io i will puiiut me to rp1*, through vom paper lo the attack male ion mi «Jigibibtv to t ik.the loinmand of theme brig ide to bo foi m i¿¿ i hu li appeal« in Mer dill's Guaidum, I would hist a«k, har the pin ti or parties who msutid the pwiph n their modi e for «uih a proceeding ' \\ it j beciiscldid not ii hirers in iflhunt «peech, ton lung on points wini 1 -hould bo ont of |«hcei to m elfin will I at Irts with unuli i .heneo, but -min ,0 mi sjioit «kei 0f did I ot go to tho Si hool of alldres-ing a pub1 c ai lay Lfoio the commit t formng i brigade in Hut town, whuli I hil Ungi am pi iitic-il ;ian jo dispute Hie em nels which me to co uprise this ompini c not lequie n man üiflid lu ii Idle ««in . ; ibl in dunns huí one vmnthruu.'h pinticup* i inieis c ipible of leihnj; them m mil it of dausir I Hi* pi op i l'ion f r curl lim» men s rn_; ni soTininieiit «ltuitioi« WB wi ni count of hen llltll.r more time ut Him h-po«il I al Will anare that the prope....
NEW ZEALAND. (From the Correspondent of the S.M. Herals.) Auckland June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 July 1864
NEW ZEALAND. (From the Correspondent of the S. M. Herald.) Auckland, June 10. IN my letter written a few days ago via Cook's Straits I mentioned my fear that matters must come to a crisis of open rupture between his Excellency and the Executive of the colony. I am happy to say that the probability seems greatly lessened now by yhe withdrawal of the Governor's opposition to the settlement of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; country by the Waikato regiments of militia. This may in part have been brought about by &nbsp; &nbsp; the discovery that the deputation of chiefs from &nbsp; the neighborhood of Auckland who went up to see their friends amongst the rebels and represent the hopelessness of their position &nbsp; &nbsp; to them, have met with no success. They seem to have seen the rebels, but not to have produced any signs of submission. The two men liberated from the hulk to go with them are on their way back along with them. ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 1 July 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION &nbsp; THIS DAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. A. MARTTN, at 11 o'clock, at Grenfells Wharf : Hardwood Joists and Scantling. MR. R. DAVIDSON, at noon, at his Rooms ; Furniture, Groceries, and Sundries. &nbsp; MR. A. E. ALEXANDER, at 11 o'clock, on &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Forrest's Wharf : Horses, Drays, Harness, Punts, and Sundries. &nbsp; MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Nolan's Yards, South Brisbane : Cows with Calves. MR. T. B. ROGERS, at 12 o'clock : Land in Langsville Estate, and Sundries. &nbsp;