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

IRELAND. THE ARREST OF MESSRS. MEAGHER, O'DONO- GHUE, AND LEYNE.-THURLES, 17th August.- Last night, between 11 and 12 o'clock, Mr. T. F. Meagher, Mr. P. O'Donoghue.and Mr. M. Connor Leyne, were arrested near the railway bridge on the road between Rathcannon and Holy Cross. The arrest was effected by constable P. Madden   and the police patrol from Rathcannon, whither the prisoners were at once conveyed. On being searched there, neither arms nor papers were found on their persons, so that they seem to have anti- cipated the probability of being taken. This morning, soon after three o'clock, they arrived in Thurles, where they were safely lodged in the police barracks, while their escort proceeded to rouse Mr. Bracken, sub-inspector of police tor this district. Mr. Bracken bau the prisoners taken to his home, «here they had tea, and washed and shaved. In the mean time some constables were Sent back to the spot where the arrest was made, in the hope that Doheny, who «as be...

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

COLONIAL EXTRACTS.   CROWN LANDS BEÏOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. -RONS OF INSOLVENTS.-Colonial Secretary's Officp, Sydney, 12th December, 1848.-Referring to that portion of the Regulation of 1st January, 1818, headed " Transfer of Runs," in which it is stated that if a person who, had a right to demand a lease of a run of Crown lands in his occupation, under the terms of the lilli section of chapter II of Her Majesty's Order in Council of 9th March, 1847, shall have died or become Insolvent without having exercised such right, the demand for the lease will be received by the Government from his representative, or from any one coming forward on his representative's behalf, His Excellency the Governor deems it pioper to caution the assignees of insolvent estates that, in order to secure the rights of their constituents, they must in each case report without delay the sequestration of the licensee's estate, and prefer the necessary claims to the leases of the runs in his lic...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH.     (From our Correspondent.)   WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27.-One would almost suppose that some fatality hovered over Ipswich, from the number of cases which have lately called into   requisition the services of our worthy coroner. On that gentleman's return from the investigation of the case at Normanby Plains, an inquest was held upon the body of Robert Francis, better known as Bobby Dicky the Sawyer, when, from the evidence adduced, it appeared that the deceased was ill for some time, and immediately preceding his death had been subject to a vomiting of blood, which induced his mates on Saturday last to send him in on horseback from the Pine Mountain. Shortly after reaching Ipswich he was attacked with a fit of coughing and vomiting of blood,   which caused instant death. The jury returned a verdict accordingly.         CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-In ...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

SUMMARY. Oir^GENERAL NEWS. rAbridged from the tatest papers.J IT is said that a Bill will shortly be brought before the legislative Council for the establish- ment of an unifoi m rate of postage in the colony. Thoiutendul ute is foin pence.---Mr. William Kerr, of tiie Melbourne Aigus, has#beenciUd before the Resident Judge, to show cause why he should not be committed to pi lion, for contempt of court. Mr. Kei r had "been heard in his de- fence, and the case was postponed to the 13th inst. '-A " Constitutional Association " hat ,been formed in Sidney : the chief objects of it are to obtain an extension of the franchise, and a reform in the administration of Ciown Lands.-It has been calculated that from the accession of William the Third to the de.mise of George the'Third, the war expenses of G teat Britain , have amounted to the enormous' j sum of £1,876,130,99!).-Scar letina has made, its appearance in Parramatta. A case is now before the House of Lords, in which {he superiors of a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 30 December 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Dec;23. Gipsy, schooner, 32 tons, Robinson, from Sydney lith inst. 25. Tamar, steamer, 120."tons, Allen, from Sydney 20 ih instant^fPasseÀgers-Mr.     W. D. White, Master,^ Dowse, and leight     in the steerage.               27. Rose of Eden, schooner, 50^ ton's, Bur pelt, from Sydney"lsjtinst.i-viaMcLeay River.           27. Secret, schooner,sSitons?1 Hunter, from' Sydney 18thfnst. f {'. ' 29. Rainbow, schooner, 51 tons. Pattison, from Sydney;12th inst., in ballast. DEPARTURES. ¿ Dec, 27. Tamar, steamer, 120 tons, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. W. Wilks, Mr. Tooth, Mr. J. Campbell, and Mr. Walker. '' 2i.''-Gipsy, schooner;2-:32-îtoriSr* Robinson, ? for Sydney. Five passengers. ' * IMPORTS. Champion i 2 bundles 41 bars iron, P. Leslie ; 1 qr-...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

VARIETIES. " Why do you set your cup of coffee on the chair, Mr. Jones ?" said a worthy landlady one morning at breakfast. " It's so very weak, ma'am," > replied Mr. J. demurely, " I thought I would let it rest." "Sam,"'said a mother to one of her very obedient sons one day, " how many logs have you sawed, eh P* " Why, marm, when I get this and titree others done, I'll have four." A Man.-We find the following " striking description" of Henry Clay, in the Knickerboc- ker Magazine. It is needless to say it is by-a Western man :-" He is a man, and no mistake ! Nature made him with her sleeves rolled up." A Land of Liberty.-A Yankee paper, speak- ing of the inclemency of the Weather, says : " We have no thermometer in this town, so it gets as cold as it pleases !" A Youthful Giant.-A youth, fifteen years of age, and seven feet 'one inch in height, is on exhibition at the Old Curiosity Shop, 1, Leigh street-Liverpool Albion. ' An Editorial Bull.-A Paris journal, which stated that a pr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

0Mi Yf%HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. *& E*|pRIS. Rainbow: 23 bales wool, TC, 20 ditto ditto, RWS ; 13 do do, RR ; 6 do do, CGC ; 4 do do, CXN J 4 do do, FF & C ; 1 do do, F & P. Opa lia 36 bales wool, Coley , 2 do do, CC, 8¿ do, TB. Rose of Eden: 50 biles wool, LL ; I do do, JCW, 4 do do, JPR , 2 do do, JBR. v Champion: 8 bales wool, JCP ; ¿ do, I bdle "shéè#»k<n*i Eli.;.» tal*» upol, Vxtí , o .lo, J[r , J2 do, 2 Idles slieepskins, JBr ; 10J bales wool, 2 ibdles Sheepskins, ML ; 1 cask tallon, W. Gray and Co. « Secret . 35 bales wool, Peterson ; 6 casks ale, Harris ; 20 bales wool, J. Orr. Aurora : 2 boxes soap, 1 pkge woolpacks, 8 bags sugar, I pkge saddlery. Jones ; 1 pel, 850 feet'timber, 1 tin box, 2 bags dom, 1 case pickles, 2 clicstiriea,-Davidson. Artemisia. 62 biles wool, F. & F. Bigge ; l8 do do, C. J. M'Kenzie ; 50 do do, Coutts ; 11 do do, H& H ; 9 ¿lo do, CC , 8 do do, dG , G do do, JPR, l8 do do, H & G ; 3 do ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

TIDE TABLE. HIGH:WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. f«W MORN. EVEN. ^Saturday.'. 8.5Ö 9.25 J# 7-Sunday. 9.42 10.9 ,MA f?*«* 8-Monday. 10.28 10.49 .> 9-Tuesday. 11.5 11.24 - W 10-Wednesday. 11.42 12 1 11-Thursday. 12.G 12.11 12-Friday. 12.23 12.36

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

'.?/' -, .' ; , v THE - IM o r c t on 33 a » .Courier. SATURDAY^ JANUARY tí, IS49. It will be seen by our shipping intelli- gence that the date of trie Wavelly's departure from Englanl (20th Septembei) as reported last week, on the faith of a £ rífate -letter, was erroneous, that vessel avmg lett riymouiTfon the 3id. The Johnstone does not biing any later news than has alreadybeen published. MINERAL WEALTli In another part of this day's piper vi1»1' be found extracts' from the hew '¿ea lander and Polynesian, announcing the discovery of immense mineial treasuies at California. It is stated that these va- luable deposits were found by the rneiest accident, as is frequently the case in the most impoitant discoveries. It appears that in the mad fever excited by the desire to become suddenly rich, all persons were neglecting their .proper avocations, and posting off to the gold mines ; and a state of famine and disaster is'very naturally anticipated in consequence. We do not intend .upon...

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IMPORTANT DISCOVERY OF GOLD MINES IN CALIFORNIA. (From the New Zealander, Dec. 2nd.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

IMPORTANT DISCOVERY; OF GOLD MINES* i »! i«.", ¿ " in California. M ,',.. , V .-{SifFromthexKew SeaUmder,,¡Dec.-2nd.J We have been favoured with'the loan of the Polynesian; of the IStti arid 29th'of July, and the 5th of August'^together'wiih the Sandwich Uland Kew», of this 3rd'of the latter month. From1 these,journals'; "brought by'the Balfour, American,'wnáler, which touched at the Bay of Islands to land Mr.' Perry and another passenger frôrii'Tahiti.'we ihírday copy the details of one of the'nióst extraordinary discoveries of ^almost any age or1 time-a discovery whichi far eclipses al) thei fabled'legends'of J Cortes anU Pizarro-and srecáls*; whilst it'outstrips, and that in tangible -reality, thew'ikJest visions which lui ed a Drake or j . a Raleigh on an El Dorado hunt. i * " t Gold, glittering, glorious gold, has been dis- J a cóvered/in amazing quantities and of the utmost ¡ (1 purity, iii California. The locality is the American ' fork of the Sacramento; and the treasure lie...

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AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

AUDI ALTERAM PARTES!. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier? \ Sir,-Having just returned from Cape York, I * take pleasure in offering to 'the 'public, through the medium of your journal, a brief account of the Surveying Expedition under the command of " Captain Owen Stanley. On the 26th of April, 1848, the Bramble sailed from Port Jackson for Pott Curtis, to add some soundings to our late survey of that harbour ; the Rattlesnake sailed from Sydney two days af- terwards, having under her convoy the Tam o' Shanter, merchant barque, chartered by the Co- lonial-Government" for7the"ç0nv,cyance-of- Mr» Kennedy and his exploring party to'Rockingham Bay, where all three vessels arrived, within two days of each other, at the latter end of May. Mr. Kennedy and party rwere safely disembarked in Rockingham Bay, and took their departure thence on the 2nd of June, our surveying ope- rations having been commenced'»few days before-': the Bramble carrying'on- the outer or deep water soundings, w...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay" Courier, Sir,-I shall feel obliged" if you will allow me, tlnongh the medium of your impartial paper, to call public attention to the alirming and increasing extent to which sly grog selling is carried on- in this and the twiglibouring u\ist*fcts. The nuisance is, in fact, becoming too great to be any longer tolerated-even in tírese lawless and neglected counties.-evciy dray that kayes Ipswich, is- a locomotive gi og shop-no matter whether, it be- long to hawker, carrier, or squatter-all. the same   -every bullock-driver carnes his keg of grog, which he sells or gives away (P) indiscriminately to any one he can trusty, the evil effects of which arc obvious, via., sei ions annoyance and pecuniary loss to the employer of labour, and to the labourer himself fearful demoralisation. It does therefore behove every one who cares for the good order and well-being of the body politic to which he belongs to urge upon our Colonial Legislature the ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Geological Discovery.-Not far from the right bank of the Nicolaitskia, in the government of the Tobolsk, in Siberia, a rich mine of stones has been discoveied in the midst of the establish- ment for the washing of auriferous sands. - These stones present a perfect resemblance to diamonds, except that they are a trifle less heavy and less hard, although harder than granite. Specimens of the stones have been deposited in the Imperial Museum of Natural History at -St. Petersburg, and Russian mineralogists propose to call them diamantoide.-London Times. Greatest Ascertained Depth of the Ocean. -On the 2nd of June, when in the latitude 15 degrees 3 minutes south, and longitude 26 degrees 4 minutes west, being nearly 'calm, and the water quite smooth (says Sir James C. Ross), we tried for, but did not obtain soundings, with 4,600 fathoms of line, or 26,000 feet, (Very nearly five miles and a quarter.) This is the greatest depth of the ocean that has yet been satisfactori...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. (From the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. , ! (¡Prom Hie Goulburn Herald. J Tue .following reply to the Petition of the Inha- bitants of this district on the subject of the Occu- pation of Crown Lands within the boundaries, has been received :- i , Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 25th Nov., 1848. I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 15th of August last, enclosing a Petition addressed to the Governor from certain inhabitants of the District of Goulburn, upon the subject of the occupation of Crown Lands within the settled districts, under the Regulations of date ttie 29th March last. His Excellency having brought this Petition, as well as others on the same subject, under the consideration of the Executive Council, and the Regulations in question having been carefully reviewed, with reference to the representations 'which they respectively contain, His Excellency 'and the Council have arrived at the following conclusion, which, for...

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HOW 1849 CAME TO BRISBANE. (From our Windmill Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

J HOW 1819 CAME TO BRISBANE. fFrom our Windmill Reporter.J When the iron tongue of the Experiment's bell announced to the universe the arrival of midnight, strange and diabolieal sounds issued from the neighbourhood of South Brisbane. A combination of roaring, yelling, singing, and huzzaing, mingled with the spirited balking of youthful dogs, and the melancholy howling of the more aged and lazy,-created a discord which struck ripon the tympanum with an .effect more novel than musical ; while the ill-regulated explosions of firearms-embracing the whole gamut-as- sisted in producing an effect, compared with which the eternal " Nix my dolly" of an amateur pianist would be merciful. A slumbering, and somewhat testy, gentleman was aroused from his peaceful dreams, and rushed from his dormitory, bearing in one hand an ignited taper, and in the other flourishing a formidable club. As he stood, ele- vated, by a verandah«! stage, above the opposing crowd, the faint gleam of an expiring bonfi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

TO CORRESPONpENTS.-, .H., M.-Your paper is constantly /orwarded, ** on ^the day of publication, to our agent at Ipswich, for transmission to you through the Post Ojßice at that place. Encfostn e receiyed. a si o . » v > ATTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR DECEMBER, 1848. 'Dates.^ Time Thermometer. ""Barometer. Rain. Prevailing Winds. Air. ! Attach. 1st to 5th Gthto lOth llthtglöth 16thto20th 21st to 25th 26thto31st 9A.31 79.8 85.5 77.1 79.Ö 79.9 82.9 77.3 79.4 76.0" 77.0 79.3" 30.20 to 29.86 29 98 to 30.00 30.00 to 30.17 3,0.18 to 29.98 30.01 to 29.93 1 30.01.to 29.74 Duringitbe first part of the montlrjtje w nul was mostly between north and west, variable rlhe laffer j»rf from the east- ward betw|«gn N.E.ianJ S.E., with west- erly breeze>"at.night£/Until the 13th 1.488 'the weather contrauedàfremarkably dry and sultry-fr^uenMfiunder and light- ning-clouds vefy^higtíl after that date 'there were occasional heavy show et s, 1.853 ¡accompanied^by thunder and lightning, .the atmospher...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

  STEAM TO SYDNEY.   THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,     and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly.   G. S. TUCKER, Agent.         H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, ' ?j_ STEAM CONVEYANCE BETWEEN BRISBANE AND IPSWICH. H HE new Steam-Packet RAVEN _leaves Brisbane on Tues- day,» Thursday, and Saturday, and Ipswich on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. SN.B.-A board, notifying the hour of the Raven's departure from Brisbane, will be con- stantly 'on view outside tlie Post Office, at North Brisbane. THOMAS COUTTS, Ipswich, 22nd Nov., 1848. Owner. j - _ "J t SALE BY AUCTION. ; 400 HEAD OF CATTLE OF A SUPERIOR * T ' BREED. ' ' . MR. T. DOWSE TÍAS received instructions to Sell by Public i .*? Auction, at his Mart, North Brisbane, 1 On MONDAY, the 8th JANUARY, > At 12 o'clock, i Four hundred Head of CATTLE, more or less, "the property of G. K. E. Fairho...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. {Abridged from the latest papers.J Amono st tlie other óbjects'of Lord, John Russell's visit to Ireland, is said lo he tlie desire io ascertain ; public 'opinion upon 'he subject 'of. paying.' the Roman Ca'ihplic clergy --'I'lio Hon., G'. Elliott, , son of i/)'rd' Minto, and lately amate inthe Navy, has been dismissed her Majesty's service,''for,mi-, ófíiccrlike coridü'-t,.iii deserting his watch, and afterwards' . breaking ' his 'arrest.--Captain Townsend, M.l\,' : haying becomei convinced of the'niisih'iefs of, game preserving, has mádé'ar rahgctn'iéhls to give lip all the .gainé on hisestates 'ta' his tenants'-^In "a 'late insolvency case'at Melbourne, the assignee's plan" 'of,, distribiitibh showed á balance, in hand of £27, over und above alj/'-claims.f-T-j-Tjie 'manors and'!.estát<'s-'óf.,l)i'e 'Duke'of,Buckingham,'in'-'Nortliamptoh's'hire, Ox- fordshire,'and ''Buckihg'ljn'msli'ir«,';''w,erö, sold by auction at. Buckingham on .tlic {29th of/...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 6 January 1849

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.' IPSWICH. CErom our Correspondent^ Wednesday, January 3,r 184-9'.-Several months ago I had to call your attention, to 4he apathy evinced-hy some of; the Magistrates of our.district in attending, to their duties on the .Bench,.and through their negligcriceleavjng the whole busi- ness' of,the Court to bc^pcrformcdiby two or three l-l ¿%«-l ., -'parties ; who,, naturally feeling aggiieved.-je quested,a roster tp'( be foinuxlj which was accord- ingly done a short time back, at ta meeting, wlien most of ^hc'Justice/attended.- Tim augured well, and'led us to suppose that for the future the public would' not be inconvenienced for want of the at- tendance of Magistrates ; but in that calculation we were' most wofully deceived. This being the usual day for the holding of the Small Debts Couit, a number of suitois attended,' there'bcmg «leven cases on the list. Messi s. Little and Adams, the'solicitors, also attended fiom .Brisbane, and another person li id travelled a ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 13 January 1849

TIDE TABLE. of HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. í ' MORN. EVEN Jan. ,13-Saturday. 12.56 L22 -*14-Sunday . 1.40 15-Monday. 2.20 " 16-Tuesday. 3.0 , 17.-Wednesday. 4 4 -~ «*-i8-Thursday. '5 \2 19-Friday. 6-4j 23 2.38 3 33 4.42 6.10 7.23

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