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DOMESTIC INTELELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 20 January 1849

it I D 0 M JE * r I C|BN TíL L LI G*C NT C F POLICE OFFICE. s January 13.-Margaret Palmer, charged with s pilfering from the premise^ccupjelby Mr. A. S. t Lyon at New^Farm, waji^J|roi^^^p and dis ^l^^^P^l^^yi^^io^^Her evidence was átói»T JN#ÉRff EP?- iucharge<1 b||Mrg||i. A||Bro|m^nh h*Vm|^iisêcl threaten :_Ali_^Èi.t^ -#^^ä|3U>-##Wii^esidence, on |y;^he t^^^Wt|HÍÍ?ing sworn in fear of some personal violence from tlieiÊUfendant, the' Bench ordered that the Iatt'-r should find sureties to keep the peace for twelve months : himself in £40, and two bonds- men in.£20,each.,¿^;:,- .??í-ir^y-'-- .".;?. .?:>. ? "Januáuy'l8-William WjlHams was broúglít up by Constable Conroy, on a charge of having been drunk and disorderly in the streets of Bris-' bane..^t .about ¡eleven- o'clock .on.>the^previous. night. It appeared by :the evidence of the con- stable that^lliams-tooktavfançy tp-amuse hi.mr. self by hamm'èring-at the'door's of MrfTaggàrt's' establishment ; and -then, by ...

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DR. LANG'S IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

DR. LANG'S IMMIGRANTS. When Dr. Lang announced his intention of foi - warding emigrants to this part of the colony, it appeared, from his letters, to have been resolved that the emigration should be conducted through the means of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, -The Doctor's own stated reason for departing from this sensible resolution in the case of the Fortitude, is that any emigration that is placed under Government controul, was looked upon as a species of pauperism by a majority of that class of persons which he considered most desirable as colonists. We do not doubt that such a prejudice really exists ; but, if there were no means of overcoming it, at least all possible care should have been taken to avoid confusion and disappointment to the emigrants. The difficulties with which Dr. Lang has had to contend, by reason, chiefly, of a want of capital to carry out his views, have doubtless been vei y great ; and men of less energy than himself would have abandoned...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

To the, Editor of tlie Moreton Bay Courier. Sir,-The writer of a letter sjgned " A Squatter," in your paper of the 23rd December, has made an attack upon the Drayton Bench of Magistrates, so coarse in its nature and so grossly untrue, that 1 should have treated it with the silent con- tempt which it deserves, did I not feel that, since the whole duty of this police district has been thrown on three(f) unpaid magistrates, some in- stances might be found in which, to those of the public unacquainted with the fact, they may have appeared negligent in the performance of their duty. The only instance of neglect noticed by '/ A Squatter,"-and, as a matter of course, he selected the one most favourable to his purpose, occurred in the following manner:-A special licensing meeting of the Magistrates had been convened for Tuesday, 12th December, for the purpose of considering the propriety of granting a publican's license to a party applying for one. Previous to the meeting it became known to...

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ENGLAND. FOREIGN WOOL. (From the Mark Lane Express, Sept. 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

JGNG.LAND. ,0 111- ti + t v - - im! tí^ ' ,'íí'í «/J Si e. <s 't l ' ' -. /J 2 wst «FOREIGN , WOOL. ^ « .* (From the Mark Lane Express, Sept, l8 ^ '-'Citï ;!'Mondav.-The Imports5 of 'wool into 'London last week were large, amounting to 7974 . bales, ándlncluding"3913 bales frónV,Port Phillip, -1205'from the Cape'of Good Hope, 1834 from Sydney, 714 fro.ni, South Australia, and the rest .from'!Ge'rmany,' Bombay, &c. , , The public sales of wool arejtill in progress at ^the lïairof "CômmércéVand"aré "going oil' satis- factorily. ' ' OnMonday last Messrs./Simcs and Co. put up 129Ö bales Australian ; 529 bales sold at 7d. to 8d. for broken and grey up to Is. 4^. to Is. tyd. -for superior sheep's, and lambs* at1 Is. 2d. to Is. )3|d. per lb. ; Port Phillip went at 5d. to Is. Ljd. for sheep's, and »at ls.,2¿d. for'scoured, lambs' Is. 2d. ; Cape, 235 bales, ranged from 3 W. for greasy samples up to 7d. and lid. for washed parcels. .OnThursday, the lilli September, Messrs. ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. - dl T. A.- Your letter will appear in our next. T. M., Ipswich.- Your letter was not received in time for publication this week. "Fair Play."-Your letter involves a fact with which we are unacquainted. It must therefore be authenticated by your real name fin confidence J before your letter can be published. You will see, that this is only "fair play." To Correspondents Generally.-V/e do not object to our correspondents assuming any iignatures that please them.- but, to avoid imposition, t?ie names f the toräers of any letters which are expected to appear in t/äs paper must be given to the Editor, who will consider the same as a private communication, not to be revealed without expressed sanction. The necessity of such a precaution must be obvious, for although we cannot guarantee the statements made in our correspondence, we are bound to ascertain the source through which they come to us. On two occasions, recently, we have departed from tins ride, but, in both i...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF.' MORN. even. Jan. 27-Saturday. 12.40 12.51 - 28-Sunday . 12.53, .1.2 , 29--Monday. 1.16 1.37 30-Tuesday. 1.50 2.17 31 -Wednesday.*.\ 2.38 * 3 0 I -Thursday. 3.l8 t ; 3.37 2-Friday.'"4.11 "4.10

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IRELAND. (From the Edinburgh Evening Post, Sept. 16.) Dublin, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

IRELAND. ne th ,í - (From the Edinburgh Evening Post, Sept. 16.) ; ' .' Dublin, September 12. * ms su Th The State Trials at Clonmel.-The Free- man's Journal contains the following :-" The Prime Minister will have occasion to pay a second visit to this country ; a polite invitation for that purpose was conyeyed to him on the afternoon of Saturday last, bearing the signature of Messrs. Pedder and Carmichael, Clerks of the Crown for the county of Tipperary-or, to express ourselves with less ambiguity, we may simply state that Lord John Russell, almost the moment previous THE NEW REBELLION. (From the Standaid of Thursday, Sept. 14.) Dublin, Wednesday Evening. The intelligence received from the south, hythe mid-day train, confirms the material portion of therumouis of another insurrectionary movement mentioned in the Kilkenny and Limerick papers. Lord Waterford's mansion at Curraghmore was not attacked, but a large body of pikemen was in tlie immediate neighbourhood of Portlaw. The mail...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1849. THE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

THE C ÍH o r 11 o u 33 a » Courier. v SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1819. THE NEWS. By the Tamar we have received news from England to the 23rd of September, the barque Duke of Richmond having arrived ia Sydney with newspapers to that date. The Queen was still in Scotland, and was everywhere received with an enthu- siasm that bespoke the regard of the people to order and constitutional government. An interesting passage of her Majesty's progress will be found amongst our ex- tracts. The sudden death of Lord George Bentinck would make the leadership of the Protectionist party vacanf ; and, al- though that party must be almost power- less -in the present phasis of public opinion, it appears to us as most probable that Mr. Disraeli would be a'forrnidable competitor for the vacant place. In the absence ¡.of, parliamentary busi ls ness, the affairs *of 'Ireland engrossed the public attention. As we anticipated some months since, the disappointed rebels were attempting a predatory warfare, by sku...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. Y~*>~ r£'"IIKr well known three-masted Sjl^v schooner i ffiw HELEN, Im mg all hei tai go engaged, will positively sail ou IUESDAY Fares as usual. ' Appl} on bo«ud, 01 to V. CONNOLLY. Satuiday, 27th January, 181-9. S VLF. BY AÜCJIOV. ' In the Intestate Estate of Thomas Ou lu, lite of oomth Bnsbanc deceased. MR. if. POWER JIJAS been instiuitcd by W. A. Biown, 11 Esq.tu Soil hy Public \uctiou, it South' Brisbane, On MONDAY NRX]\ mr 20m JANUARY, One Mai e, broken to Saddle and Hat ness Saddle and Brid lu > And a Lot of Sundi ie¡>. 1 ei ms - Cash , no aiders will be îcceivcd in payment. Al rta which, Asupmoi ilotsc, Dray, and ITuness, complite. '1 ci ni!» al 'sale. sale nv \ucrioN. SIR. T. DOWSE VyiL'L Si'll by Auction, at Messis Reid and B«> laiitl'b Sleam-packetifcioic, . , ipswich. 0.\ MONDAY NUKI", ihr 29ih INS1' , i , , At II o'clock, Mai/p, Biion, Butlei, Clietsi. and a \anety ot Sliun Goodb, winch will be Sold without lessive, FOR C.WÍ. ' .sALE BY ...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION. (From the Sydney Morning Herald, Jan. 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

STEAM COMMUNICATION. te (From the Sydney Morning Herald, Jan. IG.J It has been on many occasions our duty to com- municate to our readers information respecting the introduction of a line of steam packets between Australia and England, but ne have never had to make an announcement which had a more busi- nesslike appearance /.han tlie one we have now- to bring before the public. On the 21 st September, the Lords of the Admiralty issued an advertisement calling for tenders to carry her Majesty's mails between Sydney'and Singapore : the tenders were to be sent in by the 2nd November, to state the expense of a monthly conveyance each way, when and where the .vessels would be ready for survey, and when ready for sea. As the Peninsular and Oriental Company had previously announced that they had tonnage ready to undertake the line, there is no doubt they would tender, and should their tender be accepted, we may very shortly expect to sec the Braganza and Lady Mary Wood in Sydney. These ves...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

SCOTLAND. tv] The Queen was enjoying the pleasures of a re- laxation from ceremony amongst her subjects in the Highlands of Scotland. The following ac- count ¡of her Majesty's return from Balmoral Church, on Sunday, the 17th September, will be interesting to our readers : . On the narrow lanes leading from the Church to the bridge-amongst a considerable crowd of hearers-in the plain coarse woollens of the hills -with the old broad blue bonnets of the district -or the simple female attiring that, many years ago, was the prevailing habit in lowland country parishes-a lady and gentleman were walking down towards the bridge. They neither seemed to seek nor to avoid mixing with the people ; who, on their part, did not step out of their ordinary walk and course cither to avoid or to meet them. The ' gentleman would have been thought by a Íiassenger one of the finest-looking men in Scot and. The lady would have been regarded as remarkably pleasing-or kind-hearted-but, at the same time, hav...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

' STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, and on every alternate Tuesday, a3 formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. II. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, "ï r STEAM CONVEYANCE _ BETWEEN BRISBANE AND IPSWICH. l-ÏÊ&èJik^ THE new Steam-Packet jra^TT*^ * RAVEN ___________ leaves Brisbane on Tues- day, 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. Ownei. SALE BY AUCTION. SERVICEABLE HORSE STOCK.' MR. DOWSE HAS been instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at his Mart, Queen-street, North Brisbane, On TUESDAY, the 30th INSf., At 12 o'clock, f The under-mentioned HORSE STOCK, viz. - TERROR-An iron-giey Stallion, stands 16 hands high, isa sure foal getter, and has got some good roadsters. at so, Tive Brood Mares, four of which have foals at their feet, and ...

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AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE MORETON BAY DISTRICT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Per favour of the Morelon Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM.   TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE MORE- TON BAY DISTRICT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Per favour of the Moreton Bay Courier.   Fellow-Colonists and Friends,—After much anxiety and delay, and many disappointments, I have succeeded at length in directing a copious stream of virtuous emigration to your promising district, of the physical character and capabilities of which you are doubtless aware that I have long entertained the very highest opinion. The ship   Fortitude, Captain Christmas, which is now on the eve of sailing direct from the port of London to Moreton Bay, is merely the first of a numerous series of vessels that will carry out a large body of emigrants, of a superior class in society to those who have hitherto emigrated under the auspices of the Government, to be settled principally as agriculturists on the more eligible tracts of land in the district. For this purpose they will form agricultural settlements in suitable locali...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                       l.V 1 Jan. 20. Tamar, steamer, 120 tons, Allen, from j Sydney 16th instant. Passengers-Mr. ! Walker, and twenty-six in the steerage. , J; 20. Susan, schooner, 60 tons, Steele, froui ' Sydney 8th inst. -Passengers-Ten in the steerage. " " .. 20. Ann Mary, -schooner, 50 tons, Brown, from Sydney8th inst., Passengers *Mr.< G. Little, and six in the steerage. '..20. Swift, schooner, 40 tons,' Carrol, from Sydney 4th inst. 21. Fortitude, ship, 608 tons, Christmas, from Gravesend Sept. 14, with immi- grants. Surgeon Superintendent-Dr. C'hallinor. 21. Helen, three-masted schooner, 69 tons. Wilson, from Sydney 12th inst. Pas- sengers-Four in the steerage. fhV;.25.*.Rose ,qf Eden, schooner, 50 tons, "*" Burnett, from Sydney 19th instant, in -i»! ballast. - ^25; Opalia, schooner, 50 tons, Easton, f...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE POLICE MAGISTRATE AND MR. M'[?]ONNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 27 January 1849

DOMES fie INTELLIGENCE. POLICE OFFICE. BEFORE THE I'OI ICE Bl\GlSiaArE i Al'CONNEL. Saturday, January 20th.-lohn Graham, for having been drunk in the publicstieets at South Bn'ábaHe; on the previous day, was sentenced to pay a fine of 20s., or go to the cells for twenty four hours. The Chief Constable stated that the prisoner had been charged with brutally indecent conduct'," but that he did not prosecute on that charge, the only witness being a female. Henry Owen was convicted, for the sixth time within as many months, of having suffered the liquid enemy to stall away'his brains. The Bench, after a severe censure from the Police Magistrate, ordered the prisoner to pay 20s., with the costs of the information;' but,,being unable to pay the money, Owen wa9 sentenced to be confined in the cells, on bread and water, until eight 'o'clock on Monday morning. As1 the prisoner' was under engagement to proceed to the interior,Tmd the principal'object of punishment is prevention,'the Magistrat...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1849. THE "FORTITUDE'S" IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

TILE ÜXoretoii 33 a y £<o uti 11*. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1819. TUT?. .. WOlîTI.TIT.nK'S»» IMMIGRANTS. The Susan, which schooner, as we stated in our last, was chartered for the Govern- ment service, has made two trips between the Bay and Brisbane during the past week. The immigrants were all landed from the Fortitude, upon Moreton Island, near the Ship Patch, and, as was antici- pated, the fresh air and provisions had a most beneficial effect upon them. Capt. Wickham and Dr. Ballow visited the i island on Wednesday.^Jast ; and being satisfied that the majority of tlie passen- gers were in a healthy state, the Police Magistrate gave directions for commencing ' their removal to Brisbane forthwith. The ' ¿¡usan requiring some trifling improve ti J ment'to fit her for bringing np passen- gers, will not be ready to return from Moreton Island before' Monday, when she -will bring up the first draft of the immigrants. By this arrangement those persons who are at all sickly will b...

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LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION. ! . Whatever may be the fundamental prin- ciple, or the details, of Jhe Bill affecting the future government of New South Wales, and which, according to the state- ment of "her Majesty's Ministers, was to be laid-before' Parliament at an early period of its next session, there cannot now be a doubt that it should involve a material change in the representation of the- northern ,distycts. .There uas not much room for scepticism on this subject previously to the last general election, when Stanley was the only county lying to the northward of Macquarie; and when even that single county was undefined, and merely recognised officially as a thing " reputed " to exist. If any difference of opinion then existed, it'must now have vanished; for it-would be rather too ab- surd to continue the farce of having one member to represent, at least, fourteen counties ! Independently of the procla- mation of these boundaries, we claim a more adequate representation, from t...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

--=-'---Oí SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. ~ P ii f Ahriâaed.-from, the latest nanci's. i . I The winner of the Underbank Estate, £G.000( j, prize in the Bank of Australia-lottery', was Angus' \i{ M'Donald, 'a'poor man, with eight children ¿"alia0 j, ) who'was a' tenant at Bolwarra, near Maitland.^-' ., The .Goulburn Herald gives a report that Areli- \\ * iSjI xi bishop Polding was in treaty for the pi émises of le a-Mr. Doyle, at Berrima/ for the purpose of .- establishing a religious institution there". g Thistles of the same description as those that have .s lately troubled the agriculturists at Van Diemen's y land, have made their appearance at South Ans- ie tralia.-Thp Sheriff of Aberdeen has' lately ic given an award of £8 damages against a farmer le for shooting his neighbour's watch-dog. The n Sheriff stated that it was illegal to shoot a watch it dog, even although it had committed a trespass. i, -The rains at Port Phillip have continued this e year to an unprecedented extent, and...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

NEW ZEALAND.       Our files from New Zealand reach to the following dates,\u. -NeUon, Di'tembei'fJ.Gth ; Wellington, i December Killi; and Antk|ahd', January 3rd.' A meetiiig of pinchaseis ot land wa's held at Nel-* son on the 13th and 11th uituuo, tor the pin pose of taking steps to establish steam communication bet«l'en that settlement and other parts of New' Zealand Lieutenant Thomas, Stn veyoi-Geneial for the pioposed New Canteibuiy settlement, had * aruveel, together with five comnussioneis, at Nel- son ; but the site of the settlement Appeal ed'to he still undecided. A newspapu, to be (ulled the '' Taranakrflerald, is about lo be sttrted at Tai a naki.J At Wellington, people- seemed to hive lecnvered from the fian» engendeiVd' by the em iii- - qiiake. A public meeting was held theie oublie 31stJof November, when a resolution «as agi cul to to icturii a sum of ¿500, win« h had been iilie ially ceintributéd by the residents m Auckland for ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

"*'' .TO.CORRESPONDENTS. I Ipswich.-Our correspondent's report of the inquest on the body of James Welch was ac- cidentally delayed until too late for insertion last week. As we then noticed the circum- stance, and space is valuable, it teems un- necessary to publish ü now.

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