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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

OK. TONS BRAN FOR SALE. R. ¿iO HUTCHINS, Queon-street._ E HUTCHINS has noxv on SALE, at the . VICTORIA SALE ROOMS, Queou street A Largo and xrell-nssorted Slock of CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE DOORS, SASHES, FRENCH' CASEMENTS, FRENCH LIGHTS, ARCHITRAVES, MOULDINGS, SKIRTING BOARDS, itC, elC, etO. K IfiH eve, .v.. " 5163 "l^O) ORDERS! LAND ORDERS I ! HUTCHINS, of tho Victoria Salo EJ1U1WU11WJ VL .- . . Rooms, Queen-street, gives the Highest flush Prico for Land Orders._5874 TsTvT AVAILABLE LAND ORDERS FOR O (J SALE. R. HUTC3TINS, Victoria Sale Rooms, Queen-street. 5880 CIORRUGATED IRON, 6, 7, and 8 feet ' length», now on sale. R. HUTCHINS, A'ictoria Sale Rooms, Queon-street. C1S7 "" TENNENT'S TP A L E AL E.-Tho undersigned nro SOLE AGENTS in Queensiand for tho above fax-orito Brand. ' Clöl _ORR it nONEYMAN. SEED POTATOES! SEED POTATOES!! APRIME SAMPLE NOAV ON SALE. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Queen-street. _o'-1 SEED POTATOES. ON S VLF by Iho Undersigned, a PRTME SAMPLE of AVARRNAMB...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

Cil V\LIMBS' x. Slovo nioatbiilhiintl) Poll lied ni two inmute foi le a tlinn one fintlunn W6 M\r\ S Celcbntcd Hcgi lued . BT ICh. LI V.D n luw donn tie di« covnx cinuot bi vv lslcd imilla i pic eniitive of lttuutii e ti oin Hie iii|ttuoua dlect ol the common ni heit now in u t ia it tu iii no du 1 and i equn i « Lonipualnelx noliboui Sold nenwheii ii Solid Blocka Id 2d 3d mil 3 3 he iidxnutngea of this 3 lcgnnt Chemical 3'icpiiation au gieat savins of timi cluiiilint s of npplitition in dhu a ol qltnntit) lcqmud mid Hit piixeildon ol na te dust and ita de hiicdve con equeiiee luitlici ltullunilel) piodiiua a }inie mel dhc colling of a high de gi co of bl iib mc x m 1 dunbiht) icflcchu0 both li0ht ind heat (b e spccnneii on the «liles ol ciehbloel ) 12 ^oho squill e london 39aO lit! COURIER 01 MR Vii HUNTING omer Geoi yo st i eet Bi lsbaue IS icplcto with all necessary mateimls foi BOOlx. and JOB PRIMING Booka Pampiilots Ships îiewspnpcrs Reports Pio spectuses Shoiv Bills Bill Heads...

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SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS IN THE MIDST OF A WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS IN THE MIDST OF A WAR, NON'-cOJUATAliTS deserve conimomorntiou. An exceedingly good book might bo written about cninp-folloxrors. No army over marched without Hiern. Thcro xvero sutlers, fortunc 1 oilers, and a xvholo miscellany of vngabondism, nllnclied to tho wonderful host with which Xerxes sxvarmod down into the nnrrow gorgo of Thormopyio. Godfrey do Bouillon and his brother crusaders lind a motley following ¡ and when " villanous saltpetre " cliungcd tho aspect of European buttles, thcro xvas a rough set hanging about the forces of our Edwards and our Henries-plundoring at Poictiers and assassinai ing at Agincourt. Worthless, broken down, callous, cruel, and cowardly-afraid to tight, anxious to rob, eager to murder- a mob ol'rascals will always bo found in tho rear of every army. Tlioy may como along with the camels, in the gorgeous march and procession of an Indian advance, under a Lake, n Wellesley, a Ifurdingo, or a Napier i tiley may slouch about Ihe ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

SHIPPING. JULY 4.-Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Captain W. Cottier, from Rockhampton, the 2nd instant. Passengers: Mrs. Higgins, Messrs. Edward Tabuteau, W. C. Rogers, Otton, C. B. Dutton, E. W. Willson, H. Marsh, Palmer, H. J. Dickers, Thompson, Lieutenant Leefe, and 27 in the steerage. July 4.-Legion of Honour, Black Ball ship, 1219 tons, Captain Charles Grimmer, from London, the 11th March. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. N. Gregory, Messrs. R. A. Ranking, Thomas R. Riddell, John Sewell, George A. Clayton, Holland, H. Bush, N. Smith, Charles Davis, Dr. J. J. Watson, and 312 in the second cabin, intermediate, and steerage. J. and G. Harris, agents. DEPARTURES. July 3.-Excelsior, ship, 683 tons, Captain Barton, for Madras, in ballast. Passengers . Mrs. Barton and family, and two servants. July 4.-Southern Cross, schooner, 158 tons, Captain G. Rowe, for Maryborough, in ballast. CLEARANCE.     July 4.-Jessie, schooner, 32 tons, Captain Markham, for Kempsey, Macleay ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

mi STEAMER NOWRA. 1HE above Steamer, which possesses _ superior accommodation, will bo ^-availablo for pic-niú or pleasure par- ties ; or, can bo engaged for lowing vessels at all tunca when due notice is given. J. & G. HARRIS, 5091_Agenta. "queensland steam navigation ^ COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER LADY BOWEN, Captain Cukwiey, wnTTcnvo for MARYBOROUGH, GLAD- STONE, and ROCKHAMPTON, on TUES- DAY (To-morrow), July 5, at 8 p.m. 58 JOIIN STEPHENS, Secretary. STEAM TO SYDNEY. «PJttk npiIE Q. S.N. COMPANY'S steamer .3Pg± QUEENSLAND will be des patehed for Sydney on WEDNESDAY, July G, at 9 a.m. JOHN STEPHENS, 13 4 . Secretary. «S»^ A USTRALASt.VN STEAM NAVI J^Hst-rA. GATION COMPANY. STE4M TO SYDNEY.-The CITY OF 'BRISBANE, "WEDNESDAY, July G, at 8'30 a.m. For MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON. - The YARRA YARRA, TUESDAY, July 12. No ad- vance in ratea. TO IPSWICH The-BRISBANE, Thia Day, TUESDAY, July 5, at 8-30 a.m. Tlio BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY, July G, at 9 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Age...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

SHIP MAILS. Tho 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 5 p.m. ; and for other letters and newspapers at 7 p.m. The mails per the City of Brisbane for New   South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, will be made up and closed at the General Post-Office as under : For registered letters at 5 p.m. to-day ; for ordinary letters at 7 a.m. to-morrow; and for     newspapers at 6 a.m. The late fee mail for Sydney and Melbourne     only will close at 7.30 a.m. to-morrow.    

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 5 July 1864

MARRIAGES. M'PHERSON—SMITH.—On the 28th June, at South Brisbane, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Donald Bruce M'Pherson, of Durandur, to Isabella Mathieson Smith, of Mount Brisbane, both of Scotland. MOLLE—LORD.—On June 8th, by the Rev. J. Warraker, George Blaxland Molle, to Sissy   Lord, both of Toowoomba. No cards.

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THE LEICHHARDT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

TUE LEICHHARDT ELVCTIOX. 'Pur following petition against the lehiin of Mr E At Bo)ds, as tho ieprc«cntatite of the Leiehhuidt dish let, has been foiwuuled to tho Spealei of Iho Legislatno Assembl), aud was published m a supplementär) Goceinni'tt Gazelle ) est ei da) - " lo the Honoiiible tho Speaker of the Legisla " tno Assembl) of the Paihamciit ot Quitus " land " -The Petition of (he undersigned Electors of the "Electoi al Dish let ol Leichhardt "nuuiin Sill wuk,-lhat a pioilaniation appealed m a Supplement of Hu Goieri ment Gazette, of 10th My, 1SG1, by command of his Excellency the Go i a not, ckclaiiug, on tho iiuthoiit) of «eition 57 of the Llectoial Act of 1Sj3 the elect ion of Edmund Mol) nctix Boi ds, L«q as mimbil of tho Legislatno Vssciiibh for tho elcetotnl distnct of Lcichhaidt, to bo lalul not withst Hiding such cleehou did not take place on tho day named in tho wnt issued undei lour baud foi that pin pose "Yotn potiltoneis would rcntuio lo cypres then belief that tho ...

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COMMERCIAL. LIMITED LIABILITY AND SHIPPING PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

COMME il CM A Bj. LIMITED LIABILITY' AND SHIPPING PROPERTY A question has been hugel) discussed at our principal outporls of lute u» to the applicability of the piineipli of limited luibilili to the shipping business, which seems lo lune taken root m most other kinds of business, and thoie sooin to us to bo sel eral reasons win that principio is almost moro applicable to that sort or business than to an) other lir»t It lequires a huge capital To hold a good man) ships rcqunes much money I ion before the act authorising limited liability, ships wcro large!) owned in dindtd slimes and superintended bj a smglo 01 managing owner lu Lu ii pool and elson here, almost Ti oin the nccessitj of tho case, little limited companies in linhti, though not in name, lune gi own up around eicrj ono lompitint to manage ships A B, who could manage, did bo, and J 1 und C D, who could not |omtd lum to tin end almost ol tin alphabet I ter) business requiring ii lur"c capital tends, now wthaie remoied the ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS. TOOWOOMBA. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

2"2Wtf, a'© sí.-a. m'mmsc. (mou out! TFTiCouvpiiro connr3ro\'m:\'T3.) TOOWOOMBA. July 5. Im wealliei lias bien splendid lo day loi the rato meeting an 1 Hil altcndanco on tho louise w is un huge lbo following is the lesultof the day s pi ogi anuna - Mvidin Pi vic Punco Rupert 1 Chunco 2 Si [LINO Silurs Pi esto 1 Moi mon 2 SQUiTrins Puiisr hispir 1 Sin «field 2 Linns Piíiisn Miss Pitsfoul 1 Volunteci 2 Thcio was gieat excitement cunced on the Sydney hoisolosing Iho rating was len good S\DNEY 'iho Amitiui has anuid with a caigo of bicadsliills Nins has beni rcceiitd fiom Amtiii i lo Iho 25th Api ii No ímpoilniit moioniinU h no boin mailc hut bolh piutios mo pit paring foi ii final stiu0glo Anow luiíl 21 por cent lughoi than that or Storni s, is hi eli to pass 'Iho NoiHi Caíoliuians havo hanged soicuil rebel lonsciption ofimis Iho lcmoiiil of tho «cul or goi eminent to Pin lndilphin is i Hinom ul A lioo Constitution Att has been passed m Ai I ansas 'Hie nonda is al Remedies Cteneial M ...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Tuesday, July 5. jjinolivsF-J a in iiuoinciei (coircetcuj, 29 925, theimonietu (shade), 53 8 , ditto (dr) bulb), 510, ditto (wet bulb), 50 J , loieo ol wind, 1, dncction, A\r , extent ol eloutl, 0, wcathu, hue Cl'ei ried ne TJetpaph) AVutvvick-9 ti m Baromelu (co.ieeted), 23 151, (hennonietei (shade), 17 0, ditto (di) bulb), 13 ditto (wet bulb) li, foice of Hind, 1, dncction, S W , weat hu, fine Win» *\d AYi vuifii-0 a ni Lytton, AV mid fine, Ipswich, calm and line, luidle), eulin and line , Toowoomba calm and fine , Dun ton, S W and Into , Dulby, N and line SlliXM-9 a ni liitoinetei (collected), 29 S">2 , thetmometei, (shade), 52 5 , ditto (dr) bulb), 19 9, ditto (wet bulb), 17 5, lotee of wind, 1, direction, W , extent ol cloud, 1, weat hot, (me

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ROCKHAMPTON. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

ROCKHAMPTON. (mon onit owx coimr-sroxDEXT.) June 21. Tue excitement consoquenl ou the foo sudden imposition or the cxpoi t duty on gold has not yet subsided, «01, milted, could such subsi dence bo îeasonably looked foi while oveiyolhti day brings down somo quondam diggei, xt ho lennis foi tho fir¡,t timo Hint should ho xush to oxpoi t Ins treasure, he must submit to a do ductiou of half a ci ow n pel ounce Not that Hu molo lntolhgcnl diggei denies the projn îety and pistieo of such an impost when police pi o fiction and escoit cninago is provulod, but the simple fact is patent to all that Iho gox ei nmont pi ox ules willing at all m icturn for lins expoit due ' The apology foi an ai med iscoi t, xt huh has onco 01 twicoby good luck i cached town without molestation, is lidioulcd by (ho mmcis -some of xt bom pi efn to koop then gold on the diggings, and otheis to cairy it down on their pei-oils, i athel than dust in ono oitwoxthilo tioopois and haira dozen blackfellows What mim, inde...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

KKM<Ut\\IH TILL S f XT I'MU lC VTIOS. I) I IWiln sili> -Hr.tQiintir Tnlj 1J, Sli )m p i

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

SHIP MAILS. The mails per the City of Brisbane for New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and   Tasmania will be made up and closed at the General Post Office as under :— For ordinary letters at 7 a.m. this day, and   for newspapers at 6 a.m.     The late fee mail for Sydney and Melbourne   only will close at 7.30 a.m.       Note.—The mail for registered letters was closed last evening.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. July 4.—Grafton, s., from Grafton ; Tele- graph s., from Brisbane ; Gipsey, schooner, from Twofold Bay ; Clarendon, brig, from   Warrnambool, Southern Cross, barque, from Adelaide. DEPARTURES. July 4.—Bonite, for New Caledonia ; Gratia, for Hobart Town ; Cosmopolite, for Port Denison ; Rangoon, for Otago ; Burnett, brig, from the South Sea Islands ; Manakau, for Wellington, Yarru Yarra, s., for Brisbane.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

D E P1TIALS foi SUA --SIRONTLI) und BUClvLLl Geiieitil Sale Boom« 1 dvvnrd sticofc_G170 OURS SASIirS, CASrMrMS Gone lal Salo Booms, Ldwaid sheet G177 LOCKS und CONCERIINAS foi SALI at tho Geneinl Snlo Booms, Edwaul sh cet _G178 TORRIlIEDAAlBrRPIPrs lho oui) pin o sample m tho colon) Gcnci al Sale Booms rdwaul sheet_G170 PIAIBLB' HAIBLH" HALBER ' " ji 1IOOKTR hiving mndo mi autrement s 11. with Alessi GL V.DW1 I L t Ghi \ I HI VD ot the UNION SJ1 \A[ S U\r A1III S Al uvboiough will bo itgulnlv îteciimg C IHGOl S of 1IAIB1 R of hist class qualify fiom then Aldis AU ORDI RS will hayo ÎAIMIDIUI and I Bl &r All I NI ION | 1 iniber Cut to tiny «ire Ol leiiglh Inspection is muled to Caio0es NOAV OV S \I I ol Sawn mil Dussid limbti ol nil desciiptious L HOOK I R ofi_Afmltl R nie C II A S G C v Al P r iN loincro AfriicniM Opposite (bo Union Bimi and Buvncii 1 »iimisinu xr next the Joint Slocl Bank IN i chu nmg flunks foi Hit vai hba il snp poil nceoi led to hini iltuing the past «ix ...

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The POWER OF. CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

Tgn POWER OF. CO-OPERATION. Co OPFnvTiON is tho evangel which m Entice is giaduaily releasing laboi fiom the bontli0e of capital Political!) speculative and proveí" bulli) volatile as aio lionch woikmen they haio at last succeeded in oiolvmg out of i whole chaos of faillit es, a debilite and prittt ti s) stem pt c0natit w tth instruction to the r fellow toilers ot oiciy civilised nation B) a sirapl application of tho piniciplo of lnutiiaht) of mteiesls the) combino with their skill is artificers tho powa of tho capitalist anti exh net fi oin tho combuintton a double ad vant 15 îiot oui) do the) sectuo its workmen the full benefit of tho narrow mingin of advmitigoin wagos bevotul what it costs for the inmútenme.) of themselves nnd families but thoy add to it tho profit winch ordinal ii) attaches tothoetpitil of tho oinplo)cr In the co operativo soctdie« so man) olvvluehnio now tlouiishing the nut ate their own mastcis Collectively, a g »H °r opilativo tradesmen gives employ ment to t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

LATE FIRE ! LATE FIRE ! ! AVONDERFUL BARGAINS!! CHEAPER THAN EVER I ! ! M MANDEL, AA'ATCHiiAKEn nnd . Jexvellkh, Quccn-slreot, Brisbane, begs to inform tho inhabitants of Brisbane that he has determined upon clearing out tho xvholo Slock of Jowellory now on hand, consisting of best English mid American CLOCKS, Gold and Silver London-niado WATCHES, from the best Makers, and a great variety of Colonial Gold JEAVEL LERY, CHAINS, BROOCHES, EAR- RINGS, LOCKETS, tx-c., &c, ice. The ubovo Goods xvill bo Sold at a still greater sacrifico than has been submitted to during tho past month. This is really a lona fide advertisement, and no pull', as M. MANDEL has decided upon relin- quishing tho Jowellory business. All Goods remaining unsold nt tho expiration ol Four AVccks from this date, xvill bo disposed of either to theTradcor by Publie Auction ; tborefore, thoso parties who are desirous or purchasing first-class Jewellery, at fully 30 per cent, less than English cost, should not los...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. AIR. A. MARTIN, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction .Mart: Land on Petrie Terrace, Piano- forte, and Furniture.

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1864. In a few more days, parliament will re-   assemble, and the public, will eagerly anti- cipate an immediate and satisfacory settle-   ment of the Immigration question. Before this, all other matters sink into compara- ttve insignificance, and if our legislators were to accomplish nothing else in the ses- sion of 1864 than the adoption of a mea-     sure which shall place our immigration sys- tem on an efficient footing, they will have rendered valuable service to the colony.   'The report of the Committee upon immi-       gration wll, we imagine, be a most interesting documen.t From it we shall expect to learn how far Mr. JORDAN is to blame, or how far he has suc- ceeded in clearing himself from the legion of accusations which have been conjured up against him ; but, more important still, we   shall look for inform...

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