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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

WIDE BAY, MR..E. T.* ALDRIDGE has, been appointed Agent' for this journal in the district of Wide Bay. ,-\

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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VARIETIES. THE WOES OF THE WE'S. (From the Man in the Moon for July.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

.?M5 'fi'-'''' TARIE Tí ESS.\" t .f., THE WOES^ÓV^HfrWE'Si^^ 'ti . Cfrom the Man iii the Moon tor, July.) -)'** tb,' be ¿ken, ,asidén and asked, jin ^the^trictest confidencé;tfhat it is ^liaitíie'hSfnTstry'reáííy ihr tehd toilW" ''P:'^ :?'!'' '; .^bíkorU 3!i)fcj,, ??'???' 2. To he asked.'.wAetiiwitLWâs^reallyjtriueAthafc you,..^firelhor,sewjiipne4Jak,W^esday,.r,;,-í,, >. w¿«- w:b^«yc%ÍMrt^^ oí . ir8§HrHee8frBiBiëa^yini8ïra^ adverti^^yln^SttatMe/n^ striding, him; [two. copiíre ¡oftthetoumbéi :in/wíiicli the trash appWa>¡ r- f ] ,*.. ¡ & » Jo «i, i -itv i > : to) S -. « : 4.« To < be, ; tokL -confidenllplty, jbyr* particular, frjénd,"thaV;jthèrè'/aVet.ëigh^n^: qpnee-huúses( and 'sus* riewfs-róoms!wher.è!,the. p^per:haB';.been;/:.d)sèbn''. 'tinued'sirice,yóu;bh'dertoQk;¡U;;ma^agpmt^ ,, 5. Reviewing a stupid book, published'by aim^n to whom you owe "money., . -....!: 6. Receiving a.letter from a.friend.inthecounr. try, asking you to be.sp good as to look over...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

.THE. ¡jHoxt,tur»SQjv» .i.-Cotii*4eÏ. . ^^^U¥I>AYÍ ¿i^a^BÉj^; ^,.^8^»,. -r V AtfcôamG'4<thèJréportsof the respective masters of the Opalia and Champion, the first named vessel left Sydney on the 10th, and the latter on the 9th instant, yet we have only received one Sydney paper by the mail. It is of date the 6th December, and does not contain''aqyN news of the slightest irttcprtanç.^^^Wwssengers by th%. Qpdtj^^/^ièr^i^p Mat a vessel, bélieveulOjlbeîÉhe St. jd|¡s%Íj|ljad arrived f^mhSSmM h* thÄp$Gxcellency fe'ir-îïïï. ?i-i'-i#oi'*KL.Í_.Jm&yt H J r Sp ?üarlesí^z^B^^Wtó^called from 'Ûe Government of .¿rfraScoiony. TO OUR READERS-GREETING. Cn RisTM As;> iv ith ' itsT- thousand' accom pani1'; ments of kindly feelings and joyous re- collections, has come upon us again, and . againnt -bccomcs'onrtask^tö-pay-to-'qirr* readers the compliments of ..the season,. Since last year many imprbvément§'h*ave been-effected in matters connected with .'fchTMwn-^iia^^ given; that...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

SUMMARY, OF G.ENERAL NEWS. f-Abridgeä from tJie latest papers.J . Tins wages given to the immigrants.lá'tél'y'"* sent to 'Göiilbiirn grange from ;£L7''to' £20 ¿* for' single, men; and from' £20:\to\-£28"<!]ïo& '* families. ' "The Geelong Advertiser commenced' the' n in ti i year of its existence oh. the' ¿1st iii timo'.* -^--Tliérum'o'ur of,the ?Queen of 'Spain's, .'pfeg'-v nancy was correct ; but ah' accident 'had ;defeateil' tlie prospect of ail heir'iipon'tins occasion.' ?; ? Drl Macartney is appointed the Church of ErigiaSid Archdeacon at Geelong . and the Very Roy; Dri' Geóghégari,RX'.C, has also been removed "to' tliat town ''-iii-Mr. John. O' Connell .'qh1 the' ,22nd july, 'published an address ;'''calling- upóti tlie' people of Ireland to forsake the Young Ireland' party.---The Rev. Theobald Mitthcw; in a .letter' to Colonel ; S lier b.u r ne .states that the whole of "the pènsioh'gnintcd'tqihim by the Government (£300' a year) lias been assigneir byhim to...

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AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

vAUDI ALTEBA3I FABXEH. , j '.i u J. of To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. n SIR,-The mariner 'in Which the duties of the Béneh\arè .neglectéd'iri this' district,-and Ihe'coun- try ^districts:in' general, is .a-matter-! öf-*'notbriety, and itiis, surprising that representations- havenot been made in tlie proper quarter¿ with a? vie'wi'tb correct in'some\rocasUrc, at all events; one evil of which the public, have reason bitterly' to complain, -that,of, non-attendancç of magistrates,"not only.) on thVdays' 'ap^piíítedtfórvthenr; ipi rotation,'.hut . on special dii^ËÎw'hichithe.y'Ahe'ni'selvès, have-fixed., to ,a.ttend for -¡thei despatch ipi\ jrafrtiçnlar}pubhajf business.f f Anfiihslahçe,. of, ,this;;pcquiired?;to^day¿*! Seyerar,,magistratcsrhad^ ágréed/tp""meetYai tlie^^be'nclrfnore;Wi^cçial(b>isi-. hçsï^^utr/.lhèjraly^ Rbllesíóin ,Th.olcpuséc¡ye^ncc;wa^,Ui,at the^buginess ! of ,tjie. day .ha^^tOf be .^postpofl«} #*§i4&vtti>jihejj seriousjdçtrimen^.ôf^the ends of...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. ABORIGINAL MANAGEMENT.—THE COERCIVE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

r,C,OfL-0 N.I A L E.X I* li A C T S" .sy ABÓMG !TNAL 'fM AÄ AGEMBN r :-"TBE I fu , , COERCIVE SYSrifYI ., ' ' ¡g IN '(ot.;iiwui;. H>., w,rfi."f _ ._ the main ,prinçipte .was ttip.-^liTOluJ^c^traí^'t'^^n .tro!', br'coercíón q^tí^eic'^jr^oñAi'm^'vem^nts.' "ahel destinu^j ]^pr^^ ,purpóse,k should -wß^ii^uiia^xr^^^^^rhij'. the old, infirm, arid iñvalide^^whu should be fed. .clothéT.an'd^iñTlly^^ oducated,' trained! in industrialiCpursçs, and: settled in hfer^y'jRrqperiy ¿ppóibt^yigjiardjaris'; T'and, drafted, into/t{ie pblice¿^^ either pójlk^^^^ bbth'fbrtheir bwn'benefit'áh^ .- Treasury.,;,;:^,; ' :?;. /, ;~ X'r^u'^^r-'} But; the. question1, 'here'áiroseí^.whétheV' these forcible measures were justjfie^i even if satisfactory proof wereforthcomj^ cal-i culated ' to1 effect ' the ' civilizatiori .anil general' wel-, fare ofthe blacks';¿arid/iro'Mnswéyé^í.'that every bth'er^plan''having' not1 only faileel to'ameliorate their'condition,' but actually 'aggravated' tliéevilá under which" t...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

To tJie Editor ¡of tJie Moreton Bay Courier., SIR,-Haying observed- the interest, i yon have ¡i'reqiiently tqken in the .jwelfare^of the, worthy ?Magistrates of this district, we find' it our* painful duty to inform their friends of their unaccountable i absence from their seats at the Court House at , prayton, on Tuesday last,tlie 12lh instant; and i aware,'nsjwe a,re, that ngught but)some dire mis- hap' could haye deterred them from^being present on~a day when their services were io anxiously speculated ii^on,'Vé Hasten to Request your imme- diate .insertion pftithe reward ¡appended .to'thew few lines, convinced that > you jwjJI, -Mr. Editor, aBord us all the1 ald^in^är/poWer, through the medium of your valuable paper/ for the humane purpose of tracing their erring steps. We have the honour tb' be," , ' - tlToiir1 obedient servnrits, .^OAKlIJLÑlG.-ijpnWÑa- PUBLIC. DarlingvDowns,; Deorfl3y,;lfffflf /,^-V íosi or sliÄycd/rom Darling ,Dó\yns,on Tuesday last, tlie Í2lh'Snslañir TFo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

' "TOR SALE, A 1T\M OF BULLOCKS (10), with DRAY í and GLAR complitc Apply to V, YL1LR G [IVY fe CO. Ipswich, 21st D c . ISIS ¡ S\T1 BY ALC I ION. | I MR. ii. POWER ¡ IAH) L SJ1 by tuition, on account of Mr. | , Alfred Pu m li, neal the Gaol, North Brisbine, I 1 II I S D \ Y, I < At 12 o'clock, i' I 'i A Hoi se and Di a) Jj Cedir Boirds ' "i Building Matin ils I [ And spud i íes ¡ I v ! leims-dish. 3 ' I r S \ LE'BY AUCTION. . up. 'T, DOWSF/ ! WILL sill hy, Public \uction, at the Queen's \\hufrir< » JI »i 0\ 1 Ul SDAT« JNEtf P. (BOMMG, DAI ),i , MI9irAi j^o'cJmk, , i i One I^oul-pa^ed .BOA I (gig built), coppei t istened,, and in' good'iipui, with tinco oarb inri nul. io ;Ijli " ' »I/ I « s ' iß *=>'lilrimS'-C ish. ^i i i -r-T-r-rfrriiT'-rft-7P"-<" ,, [j t^AJ^iDY AUCTipV. 1 j''rIMR,,iT.| DOVÇSR, , LI AS, lulivcd instruí tionsjo S»11 by \uction, *. ?*. at the Pjijblu, ¿Pound. No^h Brisbane, Ov MONJpAjTjpiiisi^p^n JANUARY NIiXT, ri v,. , , At.ri.O'll...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

:¿l , STEAM- TO .SYDNEY., IN' consequence of CHRISTMAS' DAY falling' on MONDAY, the TA MA R will' not sail! until > WEDNESDAY, 27TH DECEMBER. G. S. TUCKER, Agent H. R. S. N; Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, STEAM CONVEYANCE BETWEEN BRISBANE AND IPSWICH. TUE new Steam-Packet RAVEN _leaves « Brisbane on Tues -day, Thursday, and Saturday, and Ipswich oni 'Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. " N.B.-A board, notifying the hour of the ' Rqven's departure from Brisbane, will be con« stantly on view outside the Post Office^at,.North* 'Brisbane. THOMAS COUTTS, Ipswich, 22nd Nov., 1848. Owner. ,' ' SALE BY AUCTION. 400 HEAD OF CATTLE OF A SUPERIOR! 1 - BREED. MR. T. DOWSE ti AS received, instructions to Sell by Public -1 .*. Auction, at,his Mart, North Brisbane» ON MONDAY, THE 8TH JANUARY, *r At 12 o'clock, - ' Four hundred'Head of CATTLE, more or less, the'property of G. K. E. Fairholme, Esq., and. now running at Talburia, Darling Downs'; they consist of ^ 182' Cows 142 Bullocks and Steers 76&...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. 9.(35 , Dec,. 23-Saturday. 9.33 '(, ,\2l4Sunaay,.'..,10.14 10.34 , 25-Monday1.. 11.4 11.40 2bY-Tuesday ..'....'.... .11.58 12. lo ' ' 27-Wednesday. 12.32 12 51 28-f-Thursday. 12.57 1.2 ».' ! *29-¿-Friílay.2. 1.18 1.37

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE, DR. BALLOW, AND MR. M'CONNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

DOMESTIC, INTELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE, DR. BALLOW, AND MR. McCONNEL.         DECEMBER 20.-James Greenfield, a seaman,be- longing to the Artemisia} was charged with having       assaulted Robert Scott, an emigrant by that vessel, and who had been appointed to act as constable on board, on the 13th instant, while the ship was   lying in Moreton Bay. It appeared by the evi- dence of Dr. Barton, Captain Ridley, and one of the immigrants, that Scott had rendered himself obnoxious to the crew by the strict manner in which he performed his duty, in preventing the sailors from obtaining access to that part of the vessel appropriated to the unmarried women; and that upon two previous occasions he had been as- saulted in consequence. On the day laid in the complaint, he was charged by the prisoner with having reported to the surgeon that he (prisoner) had gaine...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

TO CORRESPONDENTS. CAYENNE, SOUTH BRISBANE.-We are unable to inform you whether plans and specifications for the immigration depot have, or have not, been transmitted to Sydney. Certainly none were publicly advertised for, and we therefore     conclude that such is not the case. With regard to the site of the proposed building, no doubt public convenience will rule the selection. Please to pay the postage of your next communication.        

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 23 December 1848

BRITISH "EXTRA ÇT^. <., ¡, de fo ' IMPORTANT TO LIVERY STABLF.rKEEEBRS(cA?jD OTHERS.-In a horse case tried a few days ago1 in the Court of .Common Pleas, the Lord Chief Jusn' tice, in summing up, said-" ThereJwerei<twaßprc valent errors against which the public rshiiuklnbe guai ded. One was, tliat a person, had ^ .lien"on> a horse for tlie payment of money due for its keep ; the other, that a party might < sell property1 left with him to pay the expense« incurred irt lining it. In neither of these cases did; an}' suihiright exist, though from the appearance^ j ad veijisc ments in 'the papers, stating ,that "proper;ty would be sold to pay the expenses, the public'1 seemed to be of a con Liar y opinion."-Bott uri Chronicle, Junen. < ' V « , - Só EMIGRATION.- On Tuesday, the )Emigration Commission appointed a vessel to be despatched from Deptford on the 21 st August, with ^Otí emi- grants,'to Twofold Bay, New South Wales'. ' On the 28ih Au...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

.TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATKR AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. ,» MORN. EVEN. Dec. 30-Saturday. '.'.. 1.57 ., 2.17 31-Sunday' ;_..... 2.36v 3.0 Jan. 1-Monday .;........ ' 3.'24 3.53 > - 2-Tuesday ..... .'.??... ,4.19 . 4.58 3-Wednesday.>....' 5.30 6.14 4-Thursday. 6.46 . ; 7.30 5-Friday. 8.0 8.33

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

BRITISH EXTRACTS. , ALARMING SPREAD OF THE CHOLERA.-This day despatches were received at the Danish Con- sulate, dated Copenhagen, 9th July, stating that, in consequence of the rapid spread of the cholera, the Danish quarantine commission had put in force the decree of March 28, 1832. The Swedish authorities have adopted similar precautions, and declared that St. Petersburg ana Cronstadt aie infected, and that all the Russian ports in the Baltic," and all the ports, in the Gulf of Finland are either infected, or suspected to be £>o, except Aland.-John, Bull. , , , THE ABBEÏFEALB OUTRAGE.-The Limerick Chronicle gives the subjoined authentic particulars of the circumstances connected with the capture of head-constable Hogben by the insurgents, at Abbeyfeale, on the 3rd Aug. :-" He was proceed- ing from Abbeyfeale to Newcastle, and, when about a mile from the former( village, he was pur- sued by some of the ,rebcl cavalry, and a crowd oj about 300 persons, yariously armed, under the...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

Moreton   Bay Courier     ----------------------------             SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1848.   AT the commencement of the present quarter we notified our intention of publishing the Courier twice a week, from the beginning of 1849, if our sub- scribers would enable us to do so by pay - ing up their accounts. It is with much sorrow that we now announce the imprac- ticability of fulfilling our pledge at present, from the fact that the condition has not been kept. Our remittances from the country have been small indeed ; and it cannot be expected that the expenses of our establishment can be materially in- creased when there is no income. If our subscribers will, not pay .their accounts, we must go on as usual, and endeavour to make arrangements for living upon air ; but we cannot publish our j>aper more frequently ,until they see the error of their wa...

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ENGLAND. PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.—HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

?M *%i*.<»<s Mit ^'Xsir4i,vi-ii^' T . . . . t, $fcû£®0ATIQN 0^;PARLIAMENT.-'HER L ^^^<J«y']ioirâssBd<«einyBakii- . - j: , -; ''íllun rkppy WUmhle tb'tfleac< you from Hie tv ^t^WiO^'ibüsánil'píotractfd^Míion. . L-«. "'Mfo'pllfetafifr the 'Prevention of Crime and ¡r " íOulA»e«JItltod¿wTiUh received my absent at L USi^WÊiiÊhWmint of 4htjrwbioD,'was attended k ft^mosttohencbltftetll The open display of .- .frmffnMsWMor criminal purpo.es was checked ; *< - 4bá Awriè'of jüsíice^wa« Aoitongrr interrupted ';, _ ¿swd SeVeral¿ürdifrm Who had spread terror 5 W^atbe «otmtrjr, were «ppr ¿-tended «ltd con TéWfóf the poor, aha by .the ámpjgt-of charitable cnntrifcuâoaa raised in ;otlwr paris of the United Kiogdoov ->' ' «'^On the'other hand, organised .confederacies to&idVantageof .the ^existing pressure to excite tay^sttfiêrtog subject* to rebellion. Hopes of pwnder and confiscation were held out to tempt the distressed,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

DIED.       At Sydney, on the 14th December, of consump- tion, Mr. Andrew Graham, late of South Brisbane, licensed victualler, and second son of Captain Robert Graham, of the 37th Foot.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

STEAM TO SYDNEY. , THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. j G. S. TUCKER, -Agent, j H R. S. N. Company's Wharf, j South Brisbane, ! < STEAM CONVEYANCE ' " BETWEEN BRISBANE AND IPSWICH. ' 1 HE new Steam-Packet x RAVEN I i^^^ leaves Brisbane on Tues-i «lay, Thursday, and Saturday, and Ipswich on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. , N.B.-A board, notifying the hour of the, Raven's departure from Brisbane, "will be con- stantly on view outside the Post Office, at North Brisbane. _ THOMAS COUTTS, Ipswich, 22nd Nov., 1848. Owner. EXTENSIVE SALE OF r GENERAL MERCHANDISE. MR. SMITH XJUILL Sell by Public Auction, at his Mart, ** Ipswich, ON the 1ST JANUARY, AND FOLLOWING DAY, At 11 o'clock, "Slops, Ladies' Dresses, Gold and Silver Watches, Carpenters' Tools, Sir Walter Scott's# Works, Pickwick Papers, &c, &c. Terms-Cash. SALE BY AUCTION. 400 HEAD OF CATTLE OF A SUPERIOR BREED. MR. T. DOWSE HAS received instructions to Se...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

TOR SYDNEY; r ''^ FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. í',"'^ """FI-IE fine fast sailing schooner; . RAINBOW, . u ;i. Captain Paterson, having-her-.cargo. engaged,,will have immediate,dis/ patch. Apply to ?.-..':?'. .v. .-. !: .M".: A. -J. & II. IIOCKINGS, ; / Custom House Agents, South Brisbane. CORN, "Is. Uti: ÈEtt BUSHEL^t} \ m J. & H. BOOKINGS are retailing CORN ' by, the single bushel at One Shilling and Eleven pence. . , :....j-, ?'?::?:" .;.' .""',. A.;;j.;"&i, H. HOCMNGS, -.:..,...,:. ... ...',. ,.:? South,BrisbaheV QK SA'lilî -- -F L O U'R; ex SECRET.-^ - .: -5 Tons Fine1 Flour ./' ' '. '??'?? "?r '?'- ?~>::i J-IO Tons Seconds'Flour' ?'?'--'-^ A ßplVTtO'! '"'.?''??;'. :: .*-'>"?.. . ? '?'??'? '""?' ? ''..-?; ':--;4 ??i;,:-..-.: .-.,. ; f?: ,:* GEORGE SALT TUCKER; South Brisbane, Dec 29, 1818. '.? rv.ui ; - STOLEN ORDERS.: .". : ; 7/ "T"HE public are hereby cautioned against 'rè * ceiving in payment two'ORDERS, drawn by us, particulars u.rYwhieh arc annexed, th...

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