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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1848. THE LAST MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 November 1848

\.t WilíJ U i THE . . JÄ'*wnns;* '*'£». Courte >«ATURDAN, ¿NOV'EMKBÄ 48, Í848r .*.* I ' ; .' -Trat vjHEliAST' MÂtL'. WÊ are ¿n-possession, of European news to thè~'23rd of July,'and, as -ras antici- pât^ it is of a. deeply interesting charac- ter. In our fourth page w^i fce found a Mili' i detailed account of the proceeding* in tieland, by which .it «ill he/seen that a collision is np,w/|ojRX¡tajble^íí/iA contem- plation of,, thft j certain?/ consequences' can only create > horrors ia;4he. ^mitíd'l of « hu- manity. The daylqflbfödd-«J.k)ng deferred i.- *i- i._ïi.. _ivii._. ^¿--njment, and '?iMie Daniel length ij-cpme, and frightful is the responsibility of those who have brought it on. ^Whatever may be the opinions of our vanous, readers with regard to the question which is now to be decided by the sword, we apprehend that no difference'Can elist in estimating, the terrible attendants of a civil war in the heart of a populous country. In the case now before us, those consequen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 November 1848

¡SPORTING MAGAZINE FOR ' NOVEMBER. '!" ' EDITED HY D, C. F. SCOTT» ' ' ?'T'HE "undersigned has received some numbers l , for the 'present month, and lequests' all ¡ parties who wish to support it to apply to Mr. .Thomas Dowse, North'Brisbane, who will act as .Agent) for, the Sportiny Magazine, ? Theorist mifllber, for October, eau albo be obtained fium ,-Mr. Dowse. 'Jr->''¡" \l -'?* :,f,iKU-/taPt/. u GEORGE SALT TUCKER* .^outh-Brisbane, IGilt'Nov.; 1S43. , 'UU- JU.4 »11 i 'Í/Í i,9AI£iBY AUtíPlON.'.J* JJ AS been fcv^ettwnWiáStruétíoWto submit xx for publicacoflipetkionatilpswicli; >' J < ON IHB(ÍES)HIÍIDECKMBER NEXT, ' About 40 lira« of Hprses, .consisting of well broken in Saddle Horses * * ' ' Mares and Foals - Fillies, &c, possessing some of the' bpst blood in the colony, being the progeny of Giatis, <? " Colonel, Rienii, and Grampus, all well known thoronghbredStallions, out of well bred Mares. Parties wishing to possess a few good Stock Horses...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 November 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS'.-" CROWN LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DIS- TRICTS. - CAVEATS, - Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 1st November, 1849. - His Excellency the Governor deems it necessary to desire that all persons lodging caveats at this office against the issue of Crown Lands beyond the settled districs will observe the following particu- lars, viz.- 1st. Each caveat should state specifically the nature oand extent (with reference to re- cognised boudaries or natural features) if the alleged encroachment, as required by the regula- tion of 7th October, 1847. 2nd. Whenever any person has occasion to dispute the claims of more than one of his neighbours, or. more than one of the claims of the same party, he should in each case lodge a separate caveat.-Government Gaz. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. - In the Insolvent Estate of David Bow , of North Brisbane, Moreton Bay, licensed victualler. - Take notice, that I, David Bow, the above-named insolvent, intend, on Thursday, the 30th day of November ...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 November 1848

To the Editor of the Moreton, Bay Courier. SIR,-Having perused your paper of this day, in which your Ipswich correspondent states that the charges Mr. George Thorn brought against Mr. Moore, the Chief Constable, were both dismissed, I beg leave to inform you that such is not the case.   Mr. Thorn withdrew both charges, as it was not his wish to deprive the Chief Constable of his situation,-and which might have happened, had the case been proceeded with. " In conclusion, I have only to add that it is a great pity you have not an impartial corres pondent here, so that your readers might not be wisled in the way they are at present. I am. Sir,   Your obedient servant,     FAIR PLAY.   Ipswich, Nov. 11th, 1848.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

S H IP PIÑ G ,'I-N TELL.lYi E N C15. \ ! None, i " t,? . -> , * \ '- DEPARTURES. J r .Nov. 22. Champion, schooner, 56 tons, Collas, for Sydney. 4 Passengers-Mr. *Bow, 1 Mrs, F. Southland four in the sleerngej 22. Aurora, k~etchjtlß tons, Gray, for Wide Bay. Passenger-Mr. Sheehan. V EXPORTS. Champion: 30 bales wool, GO ; 5 bales wool, W; IO bales wool, 2T ; 21 bales wool, WD; 3 bales wool, JL; 140 hides, 2 casks tallow, li; 4500 feet pine, Carr ; 1 cask tallow, Newbould. Aurora.- 1 cask rum, 1 hhdale, 1 case, Shee- han ; 1 cask bottled brer, J. pack ige, Palmer ; 1 trunk, 2 kegs nails, Aldudge ; 2 casks beef, Gray ; I pel, Fitzgerald ; 1 bale tarpaulin, Wilkin ; 2 bags flour, I pkge-nails, Gray; I bag sugar, Jones ; 7 casks ale, 2 bags potatoes, 2 sides bacon, 1 keg rum, I case gin, 1 bag flour, I box soap,l pel,* 1 pkge 1 bag nails, 2 pels, Fuiber. A schooner, bound to the southward, passed Moreton Island on Saturday lust. It is supposed to have been the 8itsa/i ti om Wide Bay fo...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH VA TIT, AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. ' j j' morn. even. Nov. 25-Saturday :. 11.4 11.40 ?*! ,26-Sunday'. J 1.53 12.16 27-Monday. 12.20 12.27 '" 28-Tuesday. 12.45 1.2 . ' -' 29-Wednesday. 1.20 1 37 >"C 30-Tlnnsday".. 157 2.17 Dec. I-Vi iday. 2.38 3.0

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

V AiRIiEíT I ES. A Simple Answer to a Polite Question. .. Can I show you anything "more to-day, sir P* asked the civil gentleman behind,the counter,of his worthy customer. .'Yes,** was.ti«. reply. r " Will you be good enough to show rne the-älbi umbrella I left here three weeks agog'-Punchs* ' A Bridal Kiss»-At a marriage 'which was solemnised at Christ Church, Br js toi > a [few days, since, the officiating clergyman closed''trie eere-^ mony by impressing a kiss'on the forehead of the bride, and then blessing her front4h'caltar1. This- . which we are told is a revival'of an oldncUstomi-in) J ( the church, excited some^commbtion'¿mbhg'the. numerous persons in the body] of4he sacPed edifice» and has formed a prevalent source'of jg'ossírí. ^or ourselves, we can see no liarm in0the practice» provided that it mayv be fairly dealt out to all candidates for matrimonial union---young and old. grave and gay, fair and ugly, otherwise it'would smack too much of worldhnesb to be endurable. ...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH. (From our Windmill Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH. ÇFrom our Windmill Reporter,J The Flqop.-I am happy to inform you that my elevated position has given me an opportunity of reporting to you the intended proceedings of the flood which has been for the last six years expected in Brisbane. The right wing of the flood will land at South Brisbane, and will advance thence, by easy marches, to Grey-street, the south- west side of which it will surround and take .pos- session of. It will then push forward tlie van- guard to co-operate with a reinforcement that' is expected by the way of ^Slack's paddock. The approaches to Russell-street will be-^ strongly guarded, and a running force will bo constantly on duty in Stanley-street. The left wing is to invest North Brisbane, which it will invade at some point between the wharf and the Government garden. It will take up a position in tlie rear, of, Queen-street, and extend its right flank across the lower part of that street to the foot of the Windmill hill, where it will ...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1848. MINERAL WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

?MIT THE yf o<"íjH o r. t to h 33 a » Courier. /Iii' Ir- ; '_"_ ^ >' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1S48. V - r ,_ *?».» J" 'MINERAL WEALTH. (j'Í'n; recurring to this subject we, perhaps, ¿srun the risk of wearying such of our «'Readers as have not duly considered its '{importance ; but our reward will, we ,i trust, be insuied by the attention of ; -capitalists to the natural capabilities of -the land. The proposed reduction, or . virtual abolition ol' the copper duties, affords" a bught opening for those who ^desiie to test the mineral wealth of the 0/lcortb,ern districts. An import duty of .u<fromi£.%,to £6 per Ion on the rough ores, v 'arid of £-8 13;3. on unwiought copper cake, has 'hitherto been a serious drawback to the,production of the article. It is now I proposed-and the Bill seems 'ceitain to pass-to reduce those rates to a mete îiominal figure, namely, one shilling per pton on oies, and two shillings and sixpence on copper cake. It has been well argued '...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE COTTON COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

          BRITISH EXTRACTS.       THE COTTON COLONY.                   WE this week give entire the letter of Dr. Lang, referred to in our last : To the Editor of the British Banner.   June 21, 1848.     Sir,—Permit me to reply, through your columns,   to a series of queries that have been proposed to me, in writing, by various readers of the Banner, in, reference to the proposed colonization of Cooks- land, in Australia, as the information sought for will probably be interesting to many others who are now thinking seriously of seeking a home and a country in one or other of the transmarine pos- sessions of the empire. I need only remind your readers generally, by way of introduction, that the proposed Company inte...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

,,S£LM,MAJlY.,OF GENERAL NEWS. o (¿Abridged from the latest papers.J Theke has been another strike at the Burra Burra mine, in consequence of the Directors having re-, iluced'ihè'piiyof the miners toa guinea a week. 'T/ie bilílóck-'drivers also complain of injustice, áhcl"íhe'. [Adelaide papers publish a well-written 'jétter |Jóncílijé" subject. Burra Burra shares arc ' quotedt'on'the 14th ult. at £170. The fall is im- puted'tp''the''condition of affairs in England. --.Lady Goldsmid, the Misses ' Goldsmiil, and ' Lady Montefiore were present ' at her Majesty's first drawing-room for the season. -^The Goulburn Herald of the 28th ult. says, " A lead mine has been discovered on Mr. Ward's properly, at Paddy's River. We have seen a .specimen'of the ore, which was taken from the surface.' Jít is apparently very rich. We con gratu'látéMí. Ward and our other friends in that [rïi'rglibovirhood on their good fortune."-Uriah Johnson',' ii citizen of Carolina, has extracted from waler-mëlbhs a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) Tuesday, Nov. 21.. -Today, the Coroner, Dr. Ballow, arrived to hold an inquest on the body of Richard Fellows, who met his death by accident. A jury having been sworn in, had to proceed to the burial ground, a distance of a mile and a half, and exhume the body, seven days after its inter- ment, when the thermometer stood at least 90 in the shade. From the evidence it appeared that the deceased was being driven in a horse-dray by a man named Ware, and, on reaching the Creek at Little Ipswich, wishing to give the horse a drink, the animal commenced plunging, and eventually upset the dray, throwing the deceased out, in such a manner that the guard-iron fell on his neck, pressing it down against a rock. Im- mediate assistance was rendered by a sawyer, named Alex. Johnston, but the injury was so severe that, notwithstanding the prompt attendance of Dr. Dorsey, the deceased lingered until Monday evening, when he died. An inquiry wa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

-.:V¡y.if¿%H'{'».i ''.'v>';-ñ..ri^í|í>!,f;':ri:;^ 3'.-'-i;-M:l'fï''lrA'iir';l.''1 '^oi^i>ip^TËÀMrTO SYDNEY. a^fP^^-rVfÄ^^rüCKER, Agent. %HlR.^^Cómp^yíá^arf, r^Wfií^th,'Bristíw«ÍC." -.-, VÁWl^pT^t-i^ V;..*B- t "??....-?-»"- ? ? - ^p 7:^FRí:iCrHT OF WOOL. í S^pKSÄGiBrT«^.^^ from Moreton Bay . aU^^^yi^^'i^Ji^^r River. Steam Naviga : ¡Uiapitimpariy's Steamers, from and after, the 1st '"'"' Jt^ffi^^feVr-*iU<«!^fai«.'fpltows .'_ _-";v'" "'"..._ .-VíiBilíiabl^ - ft .ïirï: ftí in'i Ítiri ni' ? ' .','?'? -.'."'? under hatches; on deck :&%4&& '. ;2^ïfrom*«rn to seam 1 Is. (hi. 10s Od. i4í 9;í2 3íí2-â' 5- ?' «ütttd X. Ils.9d. 10s.9d. .js?o^2,*;.v2'34";^ ??^^.'?¿''''.«"'-tauu^ .-?- : ; :>' :. No- Wôbl^wüi.tje«stoièed jtpoiií decktexcept by "-tiiëicpûsént'Wriîu^ h-l-^iii^^^^^v^^^xïaxt objections arc Îi.;*, ;^^viíEGRGEj?ALT-TUCKERS :-.'.'?','" -w.'^r*.;.-?'-^?.:if-*':". ' "'?.*";-.'-' - Agent. "-H.Rt-S^Â%/s^hairfr-^-^~ " '"" j? :,;::^'Í&Jasli...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

COLONIAL EXTRACTS WAGES. - Now that we expect an immediate supply of labour, the following extract from the South Australian Register, showing the rate of wages proposed by the committee in that colony to be given to the orphan immigrants, may be serviceable to our readers :-         GIRLS 14 to 15 ......£5 a year 15 - 16 .... £7 ; 16 - 17 .... £9 17 - 18 ....£11 ; 18 - 19 ....£13 BOYS 14 to 15 .... £10 0 a year 15 - 16 .... £11 10 ; 16 - 17 .... £13 0 17 - 18 .... £15 19 ; 18 - 19 .... £16 0                 PERPETUAL MOTION. -We noticed a few weeks ago, that Mr. Rea, the gunsmith, had invented a piece of mechanism said to be capable, of perpetual motion. He has since informed us that his plan is nearly matured and completed, on a large scale.   The power will be sufficient to turn two small grindstones and one circu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 November 1848

REMOVAL. J TAGGART, Chemist and Druggist, has " * lemovcd his business from the corner of Albert-street, to the more commodious premises, lately occupied by Mr. William Kent, in Queen street, where he respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage hitherto so liberally bestowed upon him, EPISCOPAL CHURCH. r*. <THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH COMMITTEE * arc requested to attend in »St. John's G'hurch, North Brisbane, on THURSDAY next, lhc?'30lh inst., at noon, for the dispatch of business. - ROBERT LITTLE, lion. Sec. REGATTA. A MEETING will be held at the Victoria Hotel. ?rv North Brisbane, on WEDNESDAY; Hie 29th inst., at 8 p.m., to arrange preliminaries for the ensuing Regatta, when all parties interested are requested to attend. Ex TAMAR and CHAMPION. A. J. & H. BOOKINGS HAVE great pleasure in announcing that they arc in receipt of a small assortment of Slops, Haberdashery, and other goods, by the above vessels, and as they were carefully selected by their Agent, Mr....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

j TO STOCKHOLDERS AND OTHERS, i ,rREQUÍ>RINGr CHEAP LABOUR. A(\iCHlNiESE "LABOURERS are to be en y'f\ icgaged onboard,the tflMROD, for five years, at the rate ot £6 per ainum', and two suits of clothing, on payment of tlie following rates of passage money, viz. :T- ¡ i { t, ^< For l>Llabourer.£15 < j \ " , 2 r ditto each. £ 13 _ " ., 3 ditto each...'..:.. £12 , f' '" 5andover,eadh.£10 Apply to RobertnDuriCan'Espmasse,'or to 1 MESSRS. ROBT. GRAHAM & CO., ! u >r x1 . _ North Brisbane. TI POTATOES. ., HE undersigned luve a few PRIME OLD POTATOES left, which they are|selling at 6d. 6d. per cwt. Housekeepers should lose no time in securing some of them, as this is the last importation of the'season u ' ALSO,' r M £ s. d. Best Fine Flour.13 0 0 per ton Hay (Van D. Land) .... 9 0 0 " Sugar (Pampanga) .. .. 19 19 0 . " LiverpoolSilt (kiln dried) .'400 " ". «^Packing Salt ... 3 0 0 " ' 1000 bushels Corn, at .. '. 0 2 0 per bushel Byass' Ale, by the cask...

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AUDI ALTEREM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

AUDI ÄLTEREM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,-After the oft-repeated-but vain-calls that have been made to the Government, by squatters and others in this district, for protection against the outrages of the blacks, it would seem to be an almost hopeless task to sue further for that which they appear determined to withhold from us. Your advocacy pf our cause, indeed, appears to be our only chance; and the present state of affairs in one part of this district, viz., the Lower Conda- mine, being such that it is a question whether the stations there are to be held by their present pro- prietors or be abandoned to the blacks, I am in- duced to call your attention to the occurrences that have1 lately taken place there with the hope, though l'admit a slight one, that 'by your notice of the subject, some steps may at once be taken to pntT a stop^'to the atrocities that are daily com- mitted there. Having last autumn occupied a station in ;lie vicinity oflhe Condamine,...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

<r" To the [Editor, of the Moreton Bay'Courier'. ' ?SIR,-A and B are jurymen on a coroner's in-, quest. The evidence having been gone through, the-foreman gives in'his* verdict; after,,.which sufficient time is allowed the coroner tO|Write¡out the finding, say a quarter of an hour., Five of the jurymen then sign it, and Arthe sixth,is called on to do so, but he declines, being dissatisfied with the verdict. B opposes this course, as the objection ought to have been made when the .verdict was being« given in. Ploase inform me which was in the right-A or BP . ' > t Yours obediently, ENQUIRER. Ipswich, 23rd Nov., 1848. "[When" the foreman give3 in his verdict" the usual course is to ask the jury'if they are content -.* So say you all p" are the words commonly used. That would doubtless be the most1'proper time to make the obje'ction. But as A may have misunderstood the verdict, and as the proceedings ai e not completed until the record is signed,'he was still at liberty't...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

JUDE TABLE., HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MOUN. EVEN. Dec. 2-Saturday. I..'.'./.'... 3.25 . 3.53 3-Sunday . 4.26 4.56 4-Monday. 5.31 6.14 fi-Tuesday '....." 6.50 ^ 7.30 . 1.6-Wednesday..-.. 8.0 8.33 . 7-Thursday . ;....... 8.58 9.25 > .8-Friday. .'.v.¡. 9.46 ,10.9,

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COMMISSION COURT, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. (From the Times Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 2 December 1848

COMMISSION COURT,'.TUESDAY,¡AUGUST"-&JS CFrom tWTiM>a}Rèpl*tef$l«::h,.,. 1 The Right HoiW the "Lord Chief Baron and. the] Hon/Baron ¡Pennefather ? the judges appointed tor preside at the present fitting of this Court, took, their seats upon .the bench this,morning at eleven; o'clock, at which hour the entire building was crowded to excess, in consequence of the several serious hbel «prosecutions and other important1 coses to be, disposed jOf.j v 'Messrs., Bald w^ri,Q.Ç., the Hon. J. Plunkett, -^ >o..s,.. i_a ^- werle(tcbunsel for jthei Jk~C» Smily pnA ¿Perrin wer iv " .. . Crown"; and Messrs." Bptt,rQ.C.,anjl1Sir'Cqlman O'l^ghlen,wjhpkare^ftained to defend Mr. Charles ¡Sayan pu5fy,tihe proprietor of, theJYetiOJjfnew»** fiaper^W^rc'ajso in attendance. J A j j -an* THE QUEEU^U. DUFFY. , At-üireeho^clock the city grande jury came jnlo court and handed ¡a true billsagainst the prisoner« -""The Crown counsel having asked the Court'to order'Mr. Duffy to be placed at,^li¿bar,...

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