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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

TIDE TABLE. uin.li WATrn at nnvt>nM\ivMT tiru t n u . tliuti »Ail« ai uuiouniiinHi ...»/>.... MORN. EVEN. ,Fcb. .3-Saturday. 5.20 6.14 4-Suuday . «i.49 7.30 á-Monday,. 8.0 ,8.33 ti-Tuesday .>.'9.2 -9.25 , 7-Wednesday.. 9.42 10.9 S-Thursday. 10.26 10.45 . Ü- Friday. 11.5 11.24

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. PUBLIC SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. (From the Sydney Morning Herald, Jan. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

b O LONS AL EXTRACTS.. ,/.4¿ i » i ",_. ' .PUBLIC.SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. <.>.(-<Front the'Sydney1 Morning Herald, Jan. 13.) | London, September 22.-The 'third series of sales of colonial-wool of this season commenced on the 54th ult., and concluded this day. ' They com- prised 15,487 bales Australian, 10,708 Port Phillip. 2,955 Van Diemen'» Land, 950 South Australian, 3,172 Cape of tiôoJ Hope, 315 Swan River, 83 New Zealand, 547 Esst Indian. ' ' ' The large amount of arrivals towards the close of last' month' (being upwards of 40,000 bales), compelled the importers to declare these sales . before the wools sold in July were out of the hands 'of the buyers ; but, to meet the difficulty, it was very judiciously determined to reduce the quantity to be offered about one-fifth. At the eommence -ment of the sales, the unsettled weather caused great anxiety, and the utmost caution was mani- fested -iu the biddings; and, although, happily, a - 'very favourable chan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

FOR LONDON. ¡ i . '£a" rr HE fine first class SHIP ^SiÉÉfo FORTITUDE, TQJXffirfftia 608 tons register, John Christmas, 't^gäJgjgl^ commander, now lying in Moreton Bay, is reaely to receive 'freight for London." Parties desirous of shipping'; Tallow, or other 1 i produce, are requested to make early application ?'. ' to the Undersigned. The vessel will remain for 8 . two months, if a full cargo be offered, or take any 3 ! quantity from this port, and fill up in.Sydney. * j This is à most desirable opportunity of making j the First Shipment Direct from Moreton e l Bay, and »ill save the extra charges, and other ! incidental expenses, that must be incurred on j trans-shipment. Apply to \ | JOHN RICHARDSON, . ¡ ' , North Brisbane j .i ; or, GEO. WATSON,.' '" ' , ' Kangaroo Point. N.B.-Cargo received at Kangaroo Point Stores. February 2nd, 1849. WOG A ROO HOTEL MR. A. E. CAMPBELL t-jAS received instructions to dispose of by ?*?-* Public A ne non, at the Wilgaroo Henel, On MONDAY NEXT, hi...

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

! - VA II I ET i ES. í Î The editor of the Chicago Democrat gives the following excellent advice.-" Wives, love'your husbands, and make them take a newspaper 1" Why is a newspaper like a tooth-brush ? Be- cause everybody should have one of his own and not borrow" his neighbour's. " Did you ever see the Queen ?" said an Eng- lishman to Pat. "The Quain?" he replied; " faith, I cannot say I ever saw the Quain ; but I have an uncle that once very nearly saw the Duke of York !" Flunkeiana.-Flunkey-I beg your pardon, sir, but there is one thing I should like to mention at once. I am afraid-a-that I am expected to clean the boots. Gentleman-Bless me ! Oh dear no ! There must be some mistake ; I always "clean them myself-and if you will leave your shoes outside your door, I will give them a polish at the same time. Principle.-A gentleman in one of the in- terior towns is so much opposed to capital punish- ment, that be refused to hang his gate ! Miss Wilberforce.-When Mr. Wilberforce was a ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

BRITISH EXTRACTS. . Statb of Germany.-Instead of showing some dawn of brighter days in Germany, the progress of time only thickens the obscurity and confusion. It is true that the ministerial crisis both at Frank- fort and Berlin is technically terminated by the appointment of new ministers ; but the incomplete stale of either cabinet, the readmission of ejected ministers at Frankfort, the reactionary character, of those in the Prussian capital, indicate that these high governments, possess little more than a '* provisional" character. Meanwhile, disorder is rampant. In Berlin we see General Wrangcl indulging in bravados more blunt and soldierly, more provocative of popular crisis, than politic or wise. Cologne is in a state of chronic riot. In Schleswig, the Danish commissioner, Count Moltke, has established a " Provisional Govern- ment," in opposition to the popular Provisional Government, and is begging people to obey him, much in the fashion of a rival trader trying to filch cus...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

SHIPPING INTELLEGENCE                               ------------------     ARRIVALS   Jan. 28. Secret, schooner, 38 tons, Hunter, from Sydney 20th ult. DEPARTURES. Jan. 27. Aurora, ketch, 16 tons, Corey, for Wide Bay. Passenger-Mr. Shea. 28. Opalia, schobner/50 tons, Easton,for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Brown, and Miss Aberdeen. 28. Rose of Eden, schooner, 50 tons, Bar- nett, for-Sydney. 30. Helen, three-masted schooner, 120 tons burden, Wilson, for Sydney. Passen- gers-Mr. J. C. Pearce, and fifteen in the steerage. 31. Swift, schooner, 46 tons, Terrell, for Sydney. Feb. 2. Champion, schooner, 55-tons, Collas, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Car- penter and two children, Mr. Appleton, and four in the steerage.   IMPORTS. Susan: 15 casks ale, Harri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

-*.*« A,«»?«»* STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON 1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Ö, anti on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. 8. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, SALE BY AUCTION. MR. T. DOWSE TJEGS to inform the Trade that he has been in XJ structed to Sell by Public Auction, at the Stokes of Messrs. ROBERT GRAHAM & CO., Queen-street, North Brisbane, On MONDAY, the 12th FEBRUARY next, At 11 o'clock, The whole of the Stock remaining on hand, con- sisting of Wines-Port, Sherry, and Marsala (Ingham's) Pale Brandy, Rum, Gin J Soap, Sugar (Pampanga), Iron Pot3 Frying-pans, Hops, Woolpacks, Sheep Shears Cigars, Bottled Beer (Byass's) Tar, Turps, Paint Oil, and a variety of articles suitable for the trade, private families, &c. Terms at sale. , " SALE BY AUCTION. BOOKS ï BOOKS ! ! BOOKS i ! ! 'MR. T. DOWSE AJVILTi Sell by Public Auction, at his Auction Mart, without the slightest reserve, On TUESDAY, the 13th FEBRUARY NEXT, At li o'clock, - About...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 3 February 1849

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. | i IPSWICH. , I. fFrom.'our Correspondent. ) Wednesday, Jan. 24.-Church of Scotland. " -I am happy to report progress in this matter, subscription lists having been opened, and mon liberal sums already subscribed by the tew to whom the lists have as yet been presented : ina few weeks, I am in hopes of being enabled to forward you a list, which must fully prove the inherent devotion which tliß Presbyterians of these districts have for the religion of their forefathers. 1 The report has reached here that on board the ? Fortitude, which has just arrived in the Bay, with the first batch of Or. Lang's emigrants, two - ministers have arrived, as passengers. Should ' such be the case, as a body, sincerely do we trust " that one of these gentlemen will favour us with a 1 visit, and very little doubt exists that a sincere ä encouragement for him to reside amongst us per 5 manently, will be evinced by a district wherein the f far greater proportion are of the Church ot...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

S.H.I P PIN G ,1 N.T.E L Í. I G E N CIS. Feb. 5, Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, from j J ?Sydney 1st instant. Passengers-Mr. j * ..G. Gammie, Mr. C. Campbell, Mr. R. Jones, Mr. J. Smith,, and twenty in the steerage. 'Elizabeth 'Jane, schooner, 45. tons, Sterricker, from Sydney 25th ultimo. Passengers-Eleven in the steerage. Clarissa, schooner, 60 tons, Johnson, from Sydney 24th ult. Passengers Five in the steerage. departures. -Feb. 5. Secret, schooner, 33 tons, Hunter, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. W. . Griffin and child, and five in the steerage. 7. Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, tor Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Harris, Mr. ,, ?.«?jr-.-pjtt^ Mr< King, and twenty-four in the fctterage. IMPORTS. Tamar: 1 tin box, Beard; 1 ca3e, Leslie; 1 tin box, VC. J. Smith ; I do do, Poole ; 1 case, 1 truss, £ keg tobacco, 1 hhd rum, 1 keg, I tin box, Richaidson; 10 bags potatoes, Sparkes; I cask oil, 1 tea chest, Taggart ; 2 cases, I iron pot, 2 bags rice, 4 ¿-chests tea, 3 boxes,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

DARLING DOWNS. R. T. B. YATES, of Drayton, has JLvJL been appointed Agent for this Journal for the "district of "'Darling Downs.

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

TIDE-TABLE. HIGH.WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. , MORN. EVEN. Feb. 10-Saturday ......... 11.42 12.1 li-Sunday ....;. 12.5 12.11 12-Monday. 12.31 12.46 13-Tuesday. 1.4 1.22 14-Wednesday. 1.42 2 3 15-Thursday. 2.20 2.3S lo-Friday. 3.10 3.43

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

-1] TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' c The report of the Meeting at Drayton was too late for>i his number ; but it will appear in our next. Mr. Dodds's letter, dated \1th January, did not reach us until Thursday last.

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. ANOTHER ACCESSION TO THE BRITISH CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

CO LON IA L vE X T R ACTS. ' ' . t ANOTHER ACCESSION TO THE BRITISH o CROWN. ( Tub Bengal ITarJcaru lina the following interest- ing notice : The Flying Fish, Mills, commander, arrived ofl' Town from the Car Nicobars, with a cargo of cocoa-nuts. Her commander has kindly handed us a copy of a declaration, signed by the chiefs of the island, where he was taking in cargo, in which they make it over to the British Govern- ment. The declaration runs as follows, and the signatures of the chiefs are witnessed by three gentlemen, so that rio doubt can exist of its authen- ticity : The declaration of the Elders or Chiefs of the people on the Island of Car Nicobar. We, the undersigned, with the view to secure our customs and our trades, which are in danger from the threatened invasion by the Danes, do this day declare our wish to belong honcelbiM *~jrthe British nation, and to accelerate Ihe/fulfilniënt of this our wish, we have also this"da^hoisled the British flag, and have empowered Captai...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

T « STEAM TO SYDNEY. HE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formeily. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. U R. Si N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, FOR LONDON. HP H E fine first class SHIP ?*? FORTITUDE, 608 tons register, John Christmas, ^mmmmtmiam^ commander, now lying m Moreton Bay, is ready to receive fieight for London. Pames desirous of shipping Tallow, or othei pioduce, are requested to make enly application to the lind«signed. The vessel Mill íe.nain foi two months, if a full cargo he offered, 01 lake any quantity fiom this poit.and fill up in Sidney. This is a most desirable opportunity of making the'First Shipment Dirkjt irom Mori-ion Bav, and will save the citia chai gis, and other incidental expenses, that must be lticuiied on trans-shipment. Apply to JOHN RICHARDSON, Noith Biisbinc, or GEO. DATSON, Kangaioo Point N B -Caigo ietei\ed at Kangaioo Point Storcb February 2nd, 1849. / SALE BY AUCTION MR. T. DOWSE X3EGS to inform the Trade that he ha...

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LAND REGULATIONS. (From a Supplement to the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

HJXáíD REGULATION*. fT-FraniíiaitSúpplemeiit, ¡to the Government .j ^te/í.í *s 7/< " ¡Gazette.j j ', ¡ j ,, ^ , ,> .?jCótíONiA'L,Secretary's 'Office, January40, 1849. --Hin(Excellency the Governor has been pleased .to direct, Jfor the Information of ¡ the public, the .republication of the regulations of the 1st Mardi, 1843, respecting the sale of land In this colony, ilrider the Act of Parliament passed in the 5th and 6th year of Her Majesty's reign, cap. 36". ; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, -1st March, 1843.-The recent passing of the Act of Parlia- ment, 6th Victoria, chapter 36, regulating the sale of-land in the Australasian provinces, liaving rendered some alterations necessary in the mode of selling crown lands in the colony of New South Wales, his Excellency the Governor, with the advice of -the Executive Council, is pleased to de- clare that the regulations hitherto in force relative 40 "the sale of land, shall, from the publication of the present notice,...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1849. COLONIAL MAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

a THE c íH o r e t o n 33 a i> - ? o u v í e v. h 1. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IO, 1819. f I COLONIAL MAPS. J It was in the,year of our Lord 1833 that the present Surveyor-General of this colony published a map of New South Wales, showing the surveys then per- formed, from latitude 31 to 36 south. This map, we remember, was dedicated to the Right lion. Edward Stanley, who was then, of course, in the Ministry ; and some additions were made to it by Sir Thomas Mitchell, when he republished it on his own account, in London, five years afterwards, in a work dedicated to Lord Glenelg, who then filled the office pre- viously held by Mr. Stanley. The public map, however-if we may call it so remained as it was, and remains so still. After a lapse of sixteen years, after the labours during that period of the most talented and industrious officers of the Surveyor-General's department, and after the expenditure of thousands of pounds upon the genera} survey, the only autho- rised map of the colony...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. IRELAND. CONVICTION OF SMITH O'BRIEN. Morning Herald Office[?] Monday Morning, Oc[?] 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. IRELAND. .CONVICTION OF SMITH O'BUIEN. Morning Herald Officc^îT"» ' Monday Morning, OSfC1-','r 9. We gave in our first edition (by extraordinary express) the announcement of the verdict of guilty against Mr. Smith-O'Brien. We have since re- ceived our report? of the day's proceedings, but have only time to<£ive the following summary of their close :- <i' The Chief Justice having concluded his charge, the jury retired to'fôéjfe$£onî. "Shortly afterwards they returned into tólrft, and asked through their foreman, if thèy-lufkl convict or acquit upon separate counts; «"uj&und their verdict upon all the counts^ '-''Uton.,}' The Chief JüsUtáeQr^&',3^iem that they could find a verdict lirjbrt fetf 9 the counts, and acquit upon the sixth«'ft* ¿prfsir,,,/]the death of the Queen), which lÍHo'jBs<i"C^iiürawn. The jury again *btireafî-and at half-past five o'clock ' returned kito court. : The anxiety and suspens...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER AND MR. M'CONNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. co: on ha SMALL DEBTS COURT. W Monday, February 5th. i before the commissioner and mr. m'connei.. til W. Sheehan v. V,\ Hill. - Plaintiff claimed £6 12s. 4d. for beer and spirits sold and delivered on various occasions. In support of the demand the defendant's written orders for the articles were produced j but, as no regular account, detailing the various items, was exhibited, the Court gave judgment in the present suit for the defendant. IF. SheeJian v. A. Parnell.-The demand in this case was also on account of liquors sold, to the amount of £2 12s. 7d. The defendant gained a judgment upon the same ground as in the last case, r» ' Baxtet vi' Mary Stewart.-The defendant had assaulted Baxter, and cut his head, and he now sued her for the sum of 10s. 6d., being for dam- ages-not the actual' damages done to his skull, but the amount of the doctor's bill. There being no appearance for the defence, judgment went by default. ' ' ' R. J. Smith v. C. Stevens.-The amo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

DIVINE WORSHIP. .THE REV. CHARLES STEWART will * perform Divine Service CF.D.) in the COURT HOUSE, - t NORTH BRISBANE, «: > To-morrow (Sunday), the 11th instant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. , ' FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. "j"^ THE fine new Schooner 3W*;v * CLARISSA, $3mÊî& 60 tons legister, will sail for Syd- ney on WEDNESDAY next, the 14th inst. Plain accommodations for Passengers. For freight or passage, apply to Mr. Daniel Peterson ; or to J. JOHNSON, Master. MR. M. POWER T'y ILL Sell by Public Auction, at South Bris T bane, On WEDNESDAY NEXT, tue 14th FEB., -At 12 o'clock, ' 5 excellent Saddle Horses, and » o three-year-old Colts. J MR. M. POWER ' / Ty ILL Sell by Public Auction, at South' Bris- bane, ,. .. On WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 14th FEB., * > At 12 o'clock, Bedsteads, Chan 9, Washstands, Dressing Tables, 'Sofas, &.C, , , t AND, ALSO, , A few very handsome Silver Watches, Germán Silver Spoons, and Ci uct Frames. 1 pair of pistols ,* . 1 doubk-bai relied Fowl...

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NEW[?] TUTION. To the Editors of the Sy[?] Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 February 1849

°ÛTI0S. i To the Editors çfathe Syàtfo j Morning Herald. Gentlbmew,--"The letter, a eely of which is ap- pended gfontainingsentimpotsHlike honourable to the'writer as /a member of'(tn£ British House of 'Lcffcls, arid'eniíoíiTaging to'ev*Sry colonist, in the assurance It ßgl&s that tliei'Imperial Parliament fulV"Y«K5gnises the colonies as-an integral portion ^pfSj^^fetre, you are requested^to give publicity to 'lí'.TPírrHrly number of your paper. By another communication we aïe informal that Lord Grey did not intend introducing anytneasure during the then session of Parliament, and that he did not intend doing, so at all without taking care that his intentior* randthe measure itself, should, before its introduction into Parliament, be first well known in the colony, thus grtiiting the prayer of our petition. ,>^ 1 am, Gentlemen, * . Your faithful sero«hi, . R. COPLAND"'LETHBRIDGE. Penrith, January 19. " Park-street, Westminster, 9th Aug., 1848. " Sir,-I have received by th...

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