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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

SHIP MAILS. The mails per the Telegraph for New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania,       will be made up and closed at the General Post-office this day as under :—   For registend letters at 3.30 p.m. ; for ordi-       nary letters at 4.30 p.m. ;, and for newspapers         at 3 p.m.   The mail for late fee letters for Sydney and Melbourne only will be closed at 5p.m.  

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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MARYBOROUGH. From the Chronicle, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

MARYBOROUGH. (From the Chronicle, June 30.) Among the last instances that we hope to   hope to "chronicle" of the evil practises of the       blacks about the town, is the robbery of the house of a German named Kapper at the water reserve on Sunday last. When the family   had gone to church, the house was broken   into and all the flour and sugar and tobacco together with the dinner which had been prepared for the family, were carried off. One of the black plunderers is at present lodged   in the lock-up. On the following day the tent   of a man named Williams, working at Yululah           Creek, was also entered, and rifled of all such of the contents as were attractive to aboriginal     tastes. It would appear that pilfering has now taken the place of violence and we hope will soon also give place to the peace plan of the police patrol &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

TO PASSENGERS PER BAYSWATER. LAND ORDERS, issued to tho above PURCHASED by GEO. AV. M'KEAND, Queen-street, adjoining tho Treasury. 6127 FOR SALE, LAND ORDERS-Now avail- able for purehaso of town or country lands. GEORGE RAFF & CO. LAND ORDERS purchased by GEO. AV. M'KEAND, Queen-street, adjoining tho Treasury. 5010 if" AND ORDERS FOR SALE, immediately JU niuih'ilo for Country Lands. CUCO. W. JI-KIÎAiv'l), Quoou-bljcef, adjoining the Trea- sury. \ .:. 6Ü01 ith t." icy JCO mt .''? ' L ÖEED POTATOES! SEED POTATOES!! R. OLIVER'S, QUEEN-STItEET. 87 OATEN HAY in Biuall Trusses ¡ AVholo nnd CRACKED CORN, CHAFF, io. ' R. OLIVER'S. 88 WINES AND SPIRITS, ALE AND PORTER, Quarts and Pints j best Brands. A LARGE QUANTITY OF GROCERIES AND OILAIEN'S STORES FOR SALE, at %, R. OLIVER'S AArnoLE3AI.E AND RETAIL STOKES, Quocii-slrcet,"Bi-isbano. THE NEAV AÍILLINERY EMPORIUM. PARISIAN Novelties in Style, Araricty, and Cheapness, hitherto untippronchod in Bris ' billie, nt THOMPSON & SHAR...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 1. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—James Stringer, Thomas Daniel, and Frederick Smith were each fined 10s. for drunkenness ; Matthew Geoghegan, for a similar offence, was fined 5s. ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.—John Thomas White was charged with having been illegally on the premises of Bishop Tufnell. for an unlawful purpose ; but in the absence of proof, the case was dismissed. EJECTION.—CRIBB v. KELLY.—Plaintiff sued for possession of a house, which he alleged was unlawfully occupied by defendant. Mr. Garrick appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Roberts' clerk for defendant. Plaintiff received an order to obtain possession within fifteen days.   ASSAULT.—HINGSTON V. CRAWLEY.—Plaintiff charged defendant with having assaulted him whilst in the execution of his duty. Defendant   pleaded not guilty, except " in defence of house robbery." Mr. Garrick appeared for the plain- tiff. Erederick Hingston deposed that he was rate col...

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

ROCKHAMPTON. B\ tlio Qtieinshnd, which mined jesterdaj ciening wo haio licencd file« i i oin Rod hamp ton to Juno 28th, and li oin Afai \ boi ottgh lo the 30th AVi tako tho following items ot news fiom them llio Rou hampton Bulletin of llio 2Slh June, speaking of tho men who some linn ago csiipcd f loin the gaol, gives (ho following nccount of tin two men who uro slill at luge - "lagan and Wnght han at linglh cmcigcd from the tempoiaij ob=tiutty wlnih has cn shioudcd their motoncnts, mid lime licom men-cd bu«mcss on (ho load with meicasid nilruly In fact nothing BIA o unconditionil and loltmtaij siniendti, being enpl in idol shot, and kuding in tilt, inlet mi a line bttsliiangci s exislmce, is left lhi\ hine pasted the pile which hedged m then cistwhilo faint attempts at the Gatdiuei line, and on Situidn moinmg hist stud up mid lobbed hci Mii)eslj's Alail boiough mailman llio oicuncnee took pluto about ton minutes p-tst Iwihe somo tlnei miles (his side of Piinehcslci th" mailman, wh...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. A COTTAGE, occupied by Mr. John Cockerill,     on River Terrace, was burned to the ground     last evening, with all the household furniture   and effects. The disaster originated in the accidental burning of the curtains of a bed, in   which Mrs. Cockerill was at the time prostrated       by illness, and quite unable to help herself. Fortunately she was rescued from her perilous   position, though with great difficulty, and   according to her physican's report she has sus-       tained no injury beyond the momentary fright. There have been two alarms of fire during the   week, due to foul chimneys. On Monday the Coroner held an inquest touch-   ing the cause of a fire which broke out early that imorning in premises belonging to Mr. C. O'Brien, ...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

SDöe doitrier* PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1861. Tur. honorable member for Port Curtis is, perhaps, tho most industrious tittil ambi- tions legislator that Queensland possesses. It does not follow, however, as a matter of course, that his industry is directed in the methodical way that leads to results grati- fying to his ambition. Indeed, his career in the Assembly has proved that the oppo- site is the fact. Yet those qualities which we attribute, to him do him credit? Of low members could wo conscientiously say so much that is favorable. Constituted as our Parliament is, a largo measure of success for an abler politician than Mr, DOUGLAS is, or for' any one holding his opinions, could not be expected. AVitli a Minis- try in oilice who are bound to stick to their pay and patronage at any sacrifice of principle to the dictation of the dominant class-with whose interests they are intimately identified ; who will still retain the semblanco of leaders at any expenditure of conce...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

"Auction Salea._ MONDAY, JULlÇt 11. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. FOUR ORIGINAL GOVÈRNAtENT POR- TIONS OF RICH 'AGRICULTURAL LAND. ALSO, The LEASEHOLD of TAVO SPLENDID ALLOTMENTS, With an extensivo frontage to ANN-STREET, Opposite tho UNION HOTEL, having a Four roomed Cottago, largo Carpenter's Shop, Ac., Ac., erected thereon. To Publicans, Storekeepers, Speculators, and Others. ARTHUR AIARTIN lias received instruc- tions from Air. Smith to sell, on, the pre- mises, (opposito the Union Hotel, Ann-street, and adjoining to Adderton), at 12 o'clock on the aboi o date, Portion No. 107, in tho parish of Moggill, containing 21 acres 2 roods, having an extensive froutugo to tho - RIVER BRISBANE. Portion No. 90, in parish of Bulimba, con- taining G1 acres 3 roods, fronting tho * ^"Bulimba and L}tton Roads. Portion No. 225, iu parish of Toombul, containing 11 acres, adjacent to the German Station. Portion No. 32G, adjoining tho above, con \ tnimng 12 acres 3 roods 8 perches. "*T " ' Also, Tho ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

FOR SALE, a pure-bred COOLIBf DOG wcllupin Sheep. CRAAVFORD'S Horse Bazaar, Queen-street._._>L_ FOR SALE, by private contract, Three New IRON TANKS, 400 gallons each ¡ and Two WATER-CASKS, each nbout 100 gallons. Apply on.board tho CORINNE, Harris AVharf. P street iHIALS for SALE. - STRONELL and BUCKLEY, General Salo Rooms, Edward 6176 DOORS, SASHES, CASE5IENTS. Geno ral Sale Rooms, Edward-street. 6177 C"LOCKS and CONCERTINAS for SALE nt the General- Salo Rooms, Edward street._._._ TORRIFIED AMBER PIPES. The only puro sample in the colony. Generábalo Booms, Edward-street. _61<9 NEWCASTLE COALS. BT?<"T HOUSE COAL by the ton, for Cash. EaMe-strect, North Brisbane._5181 ¿X~CYCLONE, FROM HOBART TOAVN. TVTOW LANDING, GO Casos JAMS, nnd 300 JS Cases APPLES. Primo SEED POTATOES. Prime OATEN HAY. GO Bags Prime ONIONS. 67 °_H. S. GRENFELL. mOf\ FEETTIAIBER,Ex CYCLONE. OOOU G00O Primo Hobart Town PyaS' H.S. GRENFELL. DELAIDE FLOUR FOR SALE, Duf> field's, Margtirey'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

" S-!-!-V " ,- FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. "aa/ípOR SALE by tho SUBSCRIBER. ,v Bowen Terrace-Quarter.aero allotments on the' ¿ligh land.overlooking the rivor, and near ( . the residence of E. B. Forrest, Esq. ' '" Wickham Terraco-Allotments fronting tho con r, i tinuation of Edward-street. iuLjt« "?** ^am &?<&-Two three-roomed cottages, commanding a beautiful prospect. ..j j."South'Brisbane-Quarter nero allotments near ' j, the residence of W. T. Blakeney, Esq., and in other-localities. Near Lytton-Portions of land of various arcas. Sear ' Bulimba Ferry-(South sido) Portions , r, i 67 and 68, containing 40 acres each. Sandgate-Building Allotments in tho,most ( r . favored position. r'-n¡'í Fortitude Valley.-Four «cres, adjoining the ', ,, '¿ ^ grounds and late resiflenco of Capt. JJ',, 'j' . O'Reilly. Terms : Four years' credit. Brisbane Rivor frontago, opposite' to Mdton . ,.,, , Five acres under cultivation, having dwelling ' ' and other erections. South Brisba...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

STEAMER NOWRA. ">?' IHE above Steamer, -whick possesses - ^_ superior accommodation, will bo, --'availablo for pic-nic or pleasure par-, ' ties . or, can be engaged for towiug vessels a¿ . all times An due ««»£ (ge»^^ ' tA 5091_agents. ' QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION H COMPANY. ií «tot mHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS Mäft X LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH; GLADSTONE, and ROOK HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, July 5, at 8 p.m. 68 JOHN S'^jEPHENS, Secretary. t>A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-TJji TELEGRAP^ S Vl'URDAY, July 2, st C p.m. For ROCKHAMPTON. -Tho. CLARENCE, TUESDAY, July/5. No luhaucoin lates. TO IPSWICH- V _ A The BRISBANE/SATUB^AS? July 2, at 6-30 a.m. ' . ' HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. ". NOTICE. BAYSWATER, CAPTAIN MORRTS, EROM LIVERPOOL AND GREENOCK. LL CLAIMS mid ACCOUNTS J..1- against the above Vessel must bo j . ' rendered in Duplicate at (he Office of tho Undersigned, before noon, on TUESDAY, July 5. or they «ill not bo re...

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PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS AND TESTIMONIAL TO CAPTAIN COOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS AND TESTIMONIAL TO CAPTAIN COOTE. It will be remembered that the Sydney cricketers left Bisbane per the steamship Tele- graph on the afternoon of the 11th ultimo, and that on the folIowuig day the coast was visited by a fearful storm. The Balclutha had arrived     in Jervis' Bay on the morning of the 13th, after experiencing the first portion of the gale, but the Telegraph remained out for twelve hours longer. only reaching Broken Bay at seven on the same evening. The satisfaction given by the commander of the latter steamer has re- sulted in the presentation of an address accom- panied with a beautiful oil painting of the Tele- graph, drawn by Mr. S Poulson. The picture is an excellent representation of the steamer, elaborately finished, well colored, and neatly framed. It was presented on Tuesday last, by Mr. J. R. Clayton, secretary to the Sydney Committee of Cricketers, in company with Messrs. Driver, Tunks, Lawrence, and othe...

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THE LADY BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

THE LADY BOWVEN.         The Q.S.N. Company's steamer Lady Bowen       left Glasgow on the 27th February last, and put to sea from Greenock on the 1st March. On the afternoon of the 2nd of that month she put into   Kingstown Harbor ; and at 4 a.m. on the next day she resumed her passage, but was compelled     to put into Waterford at 9 o'clock the same     night through a violent gale from the south-   east. She lay there until the morning of the 6th March, when she put to sea, and for the   first twenty-four hours had fine weather ; after which she encountered a heavy south-westerly gale, which much retarded her progress. From the time the weather moderated the Lady Bowen met with contrary winds and calms, with the exception of two days' trade winds, until she arrived at St. Vincent's, which was on the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

BIRTHS. DESHON.—On the 30th June, the wife of E. Deshon, Esq., of a daughter. O'BRIEN.—On the 30th June, at Leichhardt- street, Fortitude Valley, Mrs. George E. O'Brien, of a son. SIMS.—On the 1st July, at Spring Hill, the wife of James Sims, of a son.   MARRIAGE. WORLEY.—GOULDING.—On the 30th June, by Mr. R. Morton, Baptist Minister, at the resi- dence of Mr. Sneyd, Ipswich, Richard Worley, Carrier, to Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Mr Charles Goulding, of Cambridge, England.   DEATH. HUNTER.—On the 30th June, at Wickham- street, Fortitude Valley, James Edward, infant son of James and Martha Hunter, aged six months.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.     JULY 1.—Lady Bowen, steamer, 700 tons,   Captain Barnett, from Greenock, via the Cape of Good Hope and Sydney. Passengers : Dr. and Mrs. Haran, Mrs. Fowler and two children, Mrs. Gibb, Mrs. C. D. Pringle, Messrs. M. R. Pringle, E. H. Pringle, F. M. Primde, P. Ord, AV. Henderson, R. M. Stewart, and twenty-two in the steerage.     July 1.—Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain Curphey, from Rockhampton, Gladstone, and Maryborough. Passengers : Mrs. Aler- ton, Miss Donaldson, Messrs. Powell, Bertram, Aldridge, Prizeman, Mollarde, Johnson, S. Gibbs, Mann, J. McKeofl, Till, F. Flanagan, C. Marlay, S. P. Wilmett, T. Nobbs, H. Jones, Lockhead, Haynes, W. Nott, Mr. Philpot, Kean, Mr. and Mrs. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Haynes, Rev. G. M. Read, and 62 in the steerage.     CLEARANCES.   June 30.—Salvia, barque, 340 tons, Captain   E. Horlock, for Newcastle, in...

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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

TEE QUARTER'S REVENUE. COMP-ABATIVE STATEMENT of tho Consolidated' Revenue of the Colony of Queensland, and of »Tío Special Funds paid into tho Treasury, at Brisbane, during the Quarters ended 30th Juno,.1863, and 30th Juno, 1864. *HBAD OF BEVEHTTE Qr. Ended *Qr. Ended * 30th June 30th June OB BECEIM. 1863. 1864. CUSTOMS £ s. d £ s. d. ' Spirits . 18192 14 10 22409 11 o AVino ... *. ... Ale, Porter, ancPBcor 1876 1 6 2011 l8 U of all sorts. 506 15 10 532 12 0. Tobacco. 5097 4 4 7124 16 O Tea. 2212 0 G 2382 0 9 Sugar and Molasses 2654 19 4 3250 7 9 Coffee and Chicory... 351 l8 0 476 12 G Opium . 175 5 1 349 l8 i Gold . LAND REVENUE 13 13 4 31006 l8 11 38650 10 8 Proceeds - of Land Sales, £53,130 5s Gd. ; loss Land Or- ders, £42,2392s.3d 937» 6 2 10891 3 3 Rents of Land !".. 7218 12 9 2411 9 5 Ditto in Agricultura Reserves . 115 11 11 177 l8 G Assessment ontRuns 171 1 10 20 0 0 Survey of Runs ... 23 0 0 1486 0 0 . 16907 12 8 14980 11 2 TOSTACE ,2070 19 1 3465 11 9 LICENSES* To AVholcs...

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TELEGRAPHIC. FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS. SYDNEY. July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 July 1864

TELEGHAPMIIC. (PBOJt ODH TELEaEArlllO^COnBESrONBENTS.) "k - SYDNEY. «. July 1. Tnn Hey. FathojßCorish died at Bathurst yesterday. *t >t* .**Tho now steamer City of Adelaide, from Glas ,gow, arriycd to-day. 1 W" ? . Gardiner will be^tried shortly on a charge of shooting^nt trooper Hosie, and also ou two charges of robbery under arms. MELBOURNE. To-day being tho nnprrersary'of Mparation from New South AVales.^ias bccnljbfjcrvéd as a general holiday, and everything has passed J>ff most successfully. , s . Mr. David Modïo has succeeded tho late Mr." Richard Healcs as tho President of tho Public Works'Department. Mr. Mooro was some j'ears naj^a member of tho government. .? ADELAIDE. Tho'ministry, having been defeated on thoir Koads'Bill, intend to introduco another. AVhcnt is quoted at 10s. 6d. per bushel. Flour is lower. . Tun usual fortnightly meeting of tho Brisbane Municipal Council will bo hold on AIondayfTvt their temporary ofliccs in George-street. The business on tho paper ...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 July 1864

SHIP MAILS. The mails per the Lady Bowen for Mary- borough, Gladstone, Rockhampton, and Port Denison will be made up and closed at the General Post office this day, as under :— For registered letters at 5p.m., and for other       letters and newspapers at 7 p.m.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 July 1864

TROTT TRLIS, ORNAAtEN LAL TULLS, SUR UBS, SEEDS, Ac ON SAL!"1, a largo SLOCK of tlio above, at vciv moderate puces Long cxpenonco in tho business lins enabled tho undci signed to adopt a 5)stem of packing which scenic« pi mt« against the longest |OUnio)s Pi iced lists foi wai dod on application SHEPHERD <", Co, AVholesiile, Rel ni, and Evpoi I Nuneri mon and Seedsmen Dai ling Nut sei \, &) duo) rsTuuisuri) 1SJ7 '5181 "THE GARDPNV SURRTY HILLS, NP V.R. SYDNEY, Est tiiLisuED 1837 TLOWERTNO PLANTS AND SHRUBS, TRHIT TREES, GARDLN SEEDS THE Undeisigned begs again lo thank his nuiiici ous patrons toi past favois, and has much plciisiuo in-lnfoinung Ihom that he has madomnnv unpoiliint additions to his J\ton sivo Stock of GREEN TTOUsE PL VN Is, TLOAVI RTÍ.G uiidORIsAAIENIAL J.REL& and SHRUBb, ritOIT TREI S, io Ho can also with confidence request attention to his Excellent Stock of GARIH N SECHS, of which ho receives regular consignments fiom tho flist Seedsmen ni...

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Monday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 July 1864

COMMERCIAL.       COURIER Office, Monday morning. Our files from Sydney are to the 1st instant. The S. M. Herald of that date says :— The produce auctioneers held their weekly sales of wool and sheepskins to-day, at Lyons- building. The quantity of wool offered was larger than is usual at this time of the year, and comprised 356 bales of wool, all of which, with the exception of about 32 bales, were sold. The attendance of buyers was good, and the bidding was spirited, particularly for wools free from seed and bright. The prices realised, however, were unaltered. Sheepskins were in request, and brought top prices. The following was the result of the sales :— Messrs. Mort and Co. catalogued 238 bales, and sold all but 37. Theprincipal lots were 40   bales fleece, WM over West Hanan, 15½d ; 14   bales, parenthesis over M, 20¾d ; 27 bales, MJB, 18¼d ; 10 bales, X in square, 21d ; 20 bales, McL 16 ¾d; 14 bales Coovada, 17 ...

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