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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—Timothy Jones, James Scan- Ian, and Thomas Heddle, were each fined 10s. for drunkenness and disorderly conduct.

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

FATAL ACCIDENT. An accident occurred in Queen-street yesterday   afternoon, unfortunately attended with a fatal re- sult of a very distressing nature. It appears that   Mr. Coles who is engaged in managing the shop owned by Mr. Payne, the market gardener, at     Petrie Terrace, had occasion to come into town for supplies, and brought his daughter, Alice   Grace Coles, with him in a spring cart. Mr. Coles stopped at one or two places, and at length left the cart in front of Mr. Costin's shop     in Queen street for a few moments, his daughter being in the carl at the time. He had scarcely gol into the shop when some unusual noise startled the horse and it bolted down the   street. He saw the horse turn down Edward-   street, and succeeded in getting hold of its head, but too late to prevent an accident. The   cart turned over in Edward-street, near Mr. &am...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

DEATHS. NOBLE.-On the 4th July, Fanny Augusta, and Caroline Eliza, daughters of Alexander I. and Caroline Noble, aged respectively 2 years 10 months, and 7 years 11 months.  

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. JULY 6.-Unknown, schooner, 41 tons, Cap- tain Brittain, from Maryborough.     July 5.-Úncle Tom, schooner, 16t tons, Captain ----, from the South Sea Islands, with 60 or 70 natives as passengers. W. H. Palmer and Co., agents. DEPARTURES July 5.-Jessie, schooner, 32 tons, Captain   Markham, for Kempsey, Macleay River, with original cargo. July 5.-Lady Bowen, steamer, 700 tons, Captain A. W. Curphey, for Marjborough, Gladstone, and Rockhampton. Passengers- Miss Cameron, Mrs. T. P. Pugh, Miss Orr, Mrs.   Watson, Miss Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Woods, Messrs. E Pringle, F. M. Pringle, C. D. Pringle, R. Pringle, Johnson, O'Rourke, W. B. Prizeman, T. Coates, N. Brit-   tain, M. C. Thompson, G. E. Forbes, T.   Coutts, Greathead, W. Hunter, C. Saypey,     Duncan, H. Gories, J. S. Turner, R. Race,     Wood, Allen, E. T. Aldridge, T....

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

FOU IPSWICH. THE NOWRA THIS DAT (Wednesday), at 8'30 a.m., Harris' Wharf. JAMIES SMITH. FOR IPSWICH. ^HE SETTLER, on THURSDAY _mm-m ._ (To-morrow), tho 7th instnnt, at 12 noon, from Raffs AYharf. 2tS R- W. JACKSON, Master. STEAM TO SYDNEY. mmHE Q. S. N. COMPANY'S steamer ,J_ QUEENSLAND will bo des- patched for Sydney THIS DAY, Wednesday, July 6, at 9 a.m. JOHN STEPHENS, 131 Secretary. >SSv!^ A ÜSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI ¿M%£ T GATTON COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - Tho CITY OF BRISBANE, THIS DAY, July G, at 8-30 a.m. For MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON. - The YARRA YARRA, TUESDAY, July 12. No ad- vance in rates. TO IPSWICH The IPSWICH, This Day, WEDNES- DAY, July C, at 9 a.m. The B MSB ANE, THURSDAY, July 7, at 10 30 a ni. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. THE NEW SETTLEMENT ol' PORT ALBANY. -ii-* nnHE splendid and fast-sailing Clip lilms-JL P« Barquo AVAR REN HAST ¿ggjjg INGS, Al l'i years, will call at tho above" Port to land Passengers and Cargo, ¡?hou...

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. BEFORE the Police Magistrate.   Roy v. Mann.—Claim of £3 15s. for goods   sold and delivered. It appeared from the evi- dence of plaintiff that he sold a number of trees     to defendant at 2s. 6d. each, which were duly delivered to him. Defendant pleaded that the trees were damaged and of no use to him. In   his written plea, however, he stated that they       had not been delivered. Verdict for plaintiff.       Grimaldi v. Foster.—Claim of £2, balance of   an I O U. No appearance of defendant. Ver-     dict for plaintiff. Faulkner v. Rogers.—Action for £9 13s. on a       dishonored promissory note. No appearance of   defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. Slaven v. Landen.—Action for £12 . No   &nbsp...

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

Auction Sales MONDAY, JULY l8. To Capitalists, Speculators, Tradesmen, Me- chanics, and Others. EXTENSIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE OF 16 SPLENDID BUILDING SITES, Boiug subdivisions of part of portion 110, Parish of North Brisbano, and forming part of Captain O'Reilly's Hill. DICKSON & DUNCAN havo been favored ?with instructions to submit to public competition, at their Auction Mart, Qucen 'street, adjoining tho Bank of Nexv South AVales, on MONDAY, July l8, at 11 o'clock, l8 SPLENDID BUILDING SITES, being subdivisions of part of portion 116, Parish of North Brisbane, and closo to the rosidence of Captniu O'Reilly, Fenniscoxvles, Sec, &e., &.e. These Allotments havo each a frontngo of 33 feet, by a depth of about 2 chains, and front Government and full xvidth roads. For beauty of position they aro unsurpassed, occupying a pleasant gradual elevation, from whence a delightful viexv of the City and Suburbs is commandod, xvhilo they arc accessible by first class thorou...

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MARYBOROUGH. From the Maryborough Chronicle, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

MARYBOROUGH. (From the Maryborough Chronicle, Junw 23.) ANOTHER outrage has been perpetrated by the blacks, which might have been attended by fatal consequences. On Saturday afternoon a man named Tallon, in the employment of Messrs. Pettigrew and Co., took a boat and two blackfellows, named Sancho and Jimmy, well known here, to row him down to Dundathu. They had reached a little below Mr. Uhr's saw- mills, when, dropping their oars, the two black- fellows rushed on Tallon with knives, crying "What for whitefellow shoot em blackfellow? me kill you now." Stripping him of his clothing, they rifled his pockets, taking all the money, &c., which he had. In the struggle, the boat drifted in sight of the lights at Mr. Uhr's, when Tallon called out with all his might. Sancho immediately plunged into the water, and escaped. Tallon pinned the other down and held him fast, gave him a thorough, hammering, and has since lodged the black- fellow in the lockup. We congratulate Tallon on his...

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IPSWICH. From the Queensland TimeS,July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

IPSWICH. (From the Queensland Timet, July 5.) R HOLMES, the well-known proprietor of the Coach and Horses, Woogaroo, was thrown from his gig on last Saturday week while driving home from Brisbane with his wife. When near to Oxley Creek bridge, and in trying to avoid a large hole in the middle of the road, the oppo site wheel came in contact with the projecting root of a stump. The sudden jerk caused by the collision threw Mr Holmes out of the vehicle, which thus lightened of a portion of its load was dragged away at a violent rate into the bush by the frightened horse. Every moment Mrs Holmes expected to be dashed against a tree; but shortly regaining her presence of mind she called on the horse by name, which being accustomed to stop by word of command, it immediately ceased its somewhat impetuous career. Having then obtained the mastery of   the animal, Mrs Holmes proceeded with all haste to Mr M'Donald's at Oxley Creek, to     obtain assista...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 July 1864

SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, JULY 4.   BEFORE his Honor the Chief Justice. There was only one case on the calendar. Mr. Gore Jones prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. Robert Brown, aged 77, was charged with having, on the 10th of July1863, obtained   £50, by means of false pretences, from Mr. W. J. Taylor, manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Ipswich. The prisoner, who was undefended, pleaded not guilty. The facts of the case was very simple. On   the 19th of March, 1863, a Robert Brown, a bullock driver, residing at the Condamine, lodged £288 9s. 4d. in the Australian Joint Bank, Ipswich. On the same day he drew out by cheque, £100, leaving the difference in the bank. There it remained until the following July,when a cheque for £50 was received by the manager from the Condamine, marked and pur- porting to be drawn by Robert Brown. This was proved to have been written at the in- stigation of the prisoner by a person named Barnett, of the Condam...

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MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS ACT. Wr seo b) tho Melbouino Aiqus, that the Ulomo General his finmshed tho following opinion to the boiough Council of Emerald hill The subject is one of mtcicst to us al tho picscnt tune "1 Whethoi pu tico owning mole than ono nucubie piopc.it) within a mimicipd distuct, mid liai tug paid the lnlcs upon ono piopeit) oui) aie entitled to be placed upon the bulge's list mid (ransfeiied to the clecfoial loll ' "Auswci -"les "2 Viliethei 01 not both the owneis and oedipien of lalcablo piopciti aie entitled to bo ciuollcd5 loi msliuKt A lsllieownci of au hotel let to B, nu 1 asM^cl at ¿200 B pa) s the rate Al o A and B each entitled to tlnee \ otes ? "Ausnoi -No Die occupici alone, and not Hie oiviiei is entitled to be cntoUcd "3 Wliethci a pel «on who is tho ownei of (sa)) si\ dillcrciit pi opella/, m uirious paits of the boiough, the tolal i ali able Milne ol which exceeds £150 is entitled Uni cb) lo three \ otes , oi, wliclhei it is ncccssu) that one oui) of t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

BIRTH. HORSTMANN.-On the 5th instant, at her resi- dence, Leichhardt-street, Spring Hill, Mrs. G. C. Horstmann, of a son, still born. DEATH. BOTHAMLEY.-On Wednesday, July 6, at the residence of Mr. Arthur Narracott, South Brisbane, Jane, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Bothamley, aged 3 years, much lamented by her sorrowing mother.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

25 TONS BRAN FOR SALE. HUTCHINS, Quceii-streot. T> HUTCnrNS has now on SALE, at the JLV. VICTORIA SALE ROOMS, Queen street A Largo and well-assorted Stock of CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE DOORS, SASHES, FRENCH CASEMENTS, FRENCH LIGHTS, ARCHITRAVES, MOULDINGS, SKIRTING BOARDS, &c, &o., &c. 5463 LAND ORDERS! LAND ORDERS!! R HUTCHINS, of tho Victoria Salo . Rooms, Queen-street, gives the Highest Cash Prico for Land Orders. 5S74 fè{~\ AVAILABLE LAND ORDERS FOR OU SALE. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Queen-street. 5S89 CORRUGATED IRON, 6, 7, and 8 feet lengths, now on salo. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Queen-street. 6187 SEED POTATOES! SEED POTATOES!! APRIME SAMPLE NOW ON SALE. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Queen-street. 62 PHIALS for SALE. - STRONELL and BUG1CLEÏ", General Salo Rooms, Edward st rccL_6176 OORS, SASHES, CASEMENTS. Gene- ral Sale Rooms, Edward-street. 6177 D CLOCKS and CONCERTINAS for SALE nt tho General Salo Rooms, Edward street._6178 TORR...

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TELEGRAPHIC. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. July 6. THE RACE MEETING (Second Day). [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

J lill, not I TKM^GUAM'MMV. (FBOM OÜJt TELEOHAl'1110 COIUtESrOSDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. July G. Tnn Race Mceiïso (Second Duy). The weather was fino early in the "«}' but was cloudy towards tho evening. Tho nsäein binge on the eourso waa greuter tim" on tho provious day. HujiDLE Race. Billy. - 1 Romeo ... ... ... ... * Hack Huiidu: Bacb. Turpin ... ... ... ... * PUBLICANS' PunSE. Volunteer ... Jasper ... ..". ... ... " CouiKTniAX Stakes. Presto ... ... ... ... * Billy . - 2 NEW ZEALAND. On Juno 21bI. Hie Rebels under Bnwiri were construe! ing a pah nour Tanning!. They wero iiltucked by Colonel Grier, who had -WO ..ion « ith him. The works wore carried nt the point of the bayonot, and tho robéis lied after losing 200 mon, including six; of tho principal clue's. The loss on our sido was nine killed and forty wounded. The engagement is considered lo bo the most brilliant which has taken place during the war. Tho Maoris aro not likely to renew hostilities during the wiutcr. SYDNEY. Tho foundat...

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THE JACKAROO'S RAID. No. VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

TUE JACKAROO'S RAW. By Will Wkasle. GiNTtr Re lorn' Hast thoa evci seen a jacknioo9 Foi (cal thou hast not, I will tell thee what a jackaioo is, foi I wot that in tin mind thou wilt bo thinking that ajnckaioo is a langaioo, 01 a wnllnnoo 01 au emu, 01 a wooloo 01 a paditncllon, 01 =omo otlici queel cicnUironot seen lnthcilo in any of the Zoo logical Gai dens Will Ilion a jackaioo is ajacl 1100 , that's nil But that s no dcscuplion1 We know that a man in the moon is a man m the moon- md that s all we do know about linn Butwhcthoi ho has a " qui stion iblo shape,' 01 is like the gigantic spectic of the Blocken-a soil of ' lam bow min," or whithu he benison!) that lcscniblanco to ii mun which tho map ol Hal) is said to bein to the ncgios Kg and foot Ihc celesl ml philosopha s liai e not ) et quite eleni 1) «how n But what is n pickaioo ? Is it a monkey, oi a baboon9-No, guc-s again Is it a bun)up9 No , guess again O, I know now, its a mhoo -ils a )ulioo' Huí i ah < J unka' E...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. R. O. Wednesday, July 6. Brisbane.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected), 29-880! thermometer (shade), 538 ; ditto (drv bulb), 54-3 i ditto (wet bulb), 62'0 ; forco o'f wind, 1 ; direction, W. by S. j oxtent of cloud, 1 ; weather, fine 3 p.m. : Barometer (corrected), 29'779 ; ther- mometer (shade), 707¡ ditto (dry bulb), 70; ditto (wet bulb), 603; force of wind, 1; direc- tion, AV. s extent of cloud, 4 ; weather, fine. fj?er Electric Telegraph.) WAnwrcK.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected), 2S'H3; thermometer (shade), 440 ; ditto (dry bulb), 45'0 ; ditto (wet bulb), 42 ; force of wind, 1; direction, S.W. ; extent of cloud, 8; weather, fine. Wind ajîd AVeather.-9 a.m. : rLvttou, W. and fine ; Ipswich, AV. and fine ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ¡ Drayton, AV.S.AV. and cloudy ¡ Dulby,'S.AAr. and cloudy. Svdxet.-9 a.m. : Barometer (corrected); 2S'0b9 ; thermometer, (shade), 55'3 ; ditto (dry bulb), 55-1 ; ditto (wet bulb), 55-3 ; forco of wind, 1 ;...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tattersall'« Horso Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Harness, AVheelbarroxv, &c. MR. A. MARTIN, at 11 o'clock, at tho City Auction Mart : Faints, Iron Tanks, Earthen- ware, Boots and Shoes, Township of Moggill. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Ilorso Bazaar ¡ Horses, Drays, Spring Carts, Harness, &c, &c. MESSRS. DICKSON &, DUNCAN, at 11 o'clock, on the premises, Herbert-street : I Household Furniture and Effects.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Jdiy 6. Befobe tho Police Magistrate Drunkfvness -Matthew Laughlan, Thomas Muroll, and William Molloy were each fined 10s foi drunkenness OnscEViTi -William Hewitt, a sailor, charged with having mado uso of obscene languago m tho public streets, was fined 10s Lonao\ -Janies Powell, brought up on sus picion of being of unsound mind, was rcraandod for medical examination Fmuor/3 Ridivo -Henry Ash was brought up on a charge of furious riding by Sergeant Malonoy, »ho deposed to hawng seen do fondant galloping down Ann street, Fortitudo Valley, nt u furious pace, and likely to endanger the lives of the public Ho was ¿ned 40s and 2s 6d costi Mamciousiy Ivjubing Pbopfbty -Hope v How e -Plaintdl charged dofendant «nth having wilfully and maliciously ui|urcd a cow, las piopeity 'Iho case was adjourned fora week

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

Auction Salea. SATURDAY, JULY 16. To EB Sold ok the Gboto», at 2 o'clock s.h., 70 CITY ALLOTMENTS, FRONTING LEICHHARDT STREET, Adjoining to MISERTON LODGE, and within a few Chains of DONOVAN'S HOTEL, FORTITUDE VALLEY. TO THE PUBLIO GENERALLY. ARTHUR MARTIN has receivod instruc- tions from R. S. Warry, Esq., to sell by Îublic auction, on the ground, on SATURDAY, uly 16, at two o'clock, p.m., 70 Largo-sized CITY ALLOTMENTS, comprisod in Portions Nos. 77 and 78, situate in the County of Stanley, Parish of North Brisbano, facing LEICHHARDT STREET, between the Corporation AVntcr Reserve and tile Acclimatisation Society's Grounds. It is quite unnecessary for tho Auctioneer to stato that Allotments occup) ing such prominent positions, and possessing every requisite qualifi- cation to recommend them to the notice of pur- chasers, aro becoming scarce in the market. Of this fuct ull arc aw arc who have had occasion to try their bund in procuring sites cither for private or business purposes i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 July 1864

Off THE SITE OF THE LATE FIRE ° QUEEN-STREET. ' " TUE ". ? DRAPERY AND , CLOTHING DEIPOT. A NEW DRAPERY and CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE OPENED OH SATURDAY NEXT, JULY tub 9th, l8« In those centrally situated premises late erected by Mr. P. Jost, and next door to A. j. W. Buxton. THE whole of the STOCK lias been R CENTLY SELECTED in SYDNEY ni MELBOURNE, with n special caro to ti REQUIREMENTS of BRISBANE, at least i per cent, undor the usual prices. The public generally arc requested to CALL and JUDGE for themselves Tho following is a list of a few of tho goods : MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING, of evoi description MEN'S and BOYS' SHIRTS, do do MEN'S and BOYS' HATS, do do SOCKS, TIES, COLLARS, POCKE1 HANDKERCHIEFS DRESSES, SHAWLS, MANTLES STAYS, PARASOLS, GLOVES, HO SIEttY SHEETING, CALICOES, FANCl GOODS, Ac, Ac. JAMES HOWARD BAXTER, DBArEB, ClOTllIEH, AND OCTTITTEB, Queen-street, Brisbane. Remsmbeb-Will OPEN on SATURDAY Next. 218 JOHN MARKWELL, WHOLESALE AND 1IETAII, IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE...

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