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Letter to the Editor. MUNICIPAL BOOKKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

Jbe&tea* tu tua© Editor. MUNICIPAL BOOKKEEPING. SIR,-As the Banks possess the advan- tage of an uniform and complete sys- tem of bookkeeping BO is it very desirable .that the numerous munici- palities springing up in all directions around us should follow that example. To contribute towards suoh a result I shall, as shortly as possible, furnish them with a fow hints, being the results of some experi- ence in the matlcr. Besides subsidiary books, a cash-book, journal, and ledger, are necessary ; the cash book to bo balanced monthly, and the items journalized and posted by double entry. The accounts -which should bo opened in the ledger are Bank Account, Cash, Rate, Endowment, Loan, Interest, Works, General Expenses, and General Municipal Account. Which should be dealt with half-yearly, as follows : Bank account balauccd and amount carried on. Cash the same. Rate and en- dowment closed by transferring to general municipality account. Loan balanced and carried on. Interest clos...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1861. PROSECUTION OF THE COURIER. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

ùxwnojr, Auausr ¿i, \m. PP.OSECUTION OF Tllfcî GO OMER. PUIIMO MKETINO. J À ruBÚo moeting wns held yeslorday even ins, in the Sclvol of Art«,-" fur tho purposu of congrntuliitiugithi! colony mid the Courier on the occasion of the Ti-snlt of tim prosecu- tion of tho Press by tin» Legislativo, Council." The ineelitis waa convened for eight o'clock. A very heavy thunderstorm which oom. tnencerl tit »hont half-past seven icndeted the'tahk of attending thú meeting avery Uuplensiint one. In spile, however, of tim tuiiuvnrable shite of Ibu weather, the build- ing, both ulinve und below', although not densely crowded, was well filled. Tho moiiting^wns,. voiy enllnisi.i'-tic, ami the various speaker» were listened to without any inteiruption, except that caused by occasional outbursts of upphtuso on tho pint of their hearers. The MAYOR explained to the meeting tlut he had convened the meeting in com- pliance with ii requisition, which he pro- ceeded to lend. Ho then begged that tl.o meeting ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

TIRST ARRIVALS OF SPRING STOCK. --0 STEWART & HEMMANT DIRECT public attention to their fiist SHIPMENT of SPRING NOYELTIES, tobe, followed by a never-ceasing flow of GENERAL DRAPERY. -0 " Amongst Bo'tnany NOVELTIES, the following stand pre-eminent : : Two hundred pairs of Tweed Trousers, 9s. 6d. to 27s. ; " One ., " Drill " 7s. 9d. to 11s. Two ,i 'i weed Sacs, 12s. 9d. to 37s. _,, " , One " Black Cloth Sacs, 27s. to 45s. t Fifty Alpaca Sacs, 14s. to 24s. <. Tweed Suits, three guineas > One hundred black Cloth Vests, 7s. Gd. to 12s. 6d. One hunched colored Tweed Vestí», Gs. lid. to 11B. Gd. ' Boys' aud Youths' Clothing, at ',,' CRITERION PRICES. ? THE HAT DEPARTMENT. ( ' A case of Townend's best Drab Shell Ilats A case of Cureter and Adet's best Fiench Felts l A case of Kangaroo-Stalhers ¿ A case of Drab French Felts ' A case of English Felts, at 7s. ; worth 10a. A case of Sydney-made Caps, at 7s. A case of black Silk Hate, at 17s. IN THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT, ST...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

Jüwcal UsBíeaSñigeaíce. ELLANGOWAN BIUDOE.-As we nnnonnced on a former occasion, the authorities did not consider that any of the tenders sent in for the construction of the Ellangowan bridge could be accepted consistently with the public interest, and the object to be achieved. Heneo the work, which is the most important in point of architectural and general import- ance, ever undertaken in tho interior, is to be carried out by direct government agency. With a view to this, wo hear that an efficient road party has already been despatched, and at the time wo write we tliink it is quite probable they may have arrived on the «'round. The fiist thing the party will do, nccoiding to instructions,is foconstructatem porary bridgo pending the erection of the more permanent ono ; and this, it appears, is rendered necessary by the present abso- lute impracticability of the traffic on the main line of thoroughfare via Ellangowan. NATIONAL PIUMAKY SCHOOL.-Mr. Mac- donald, tho Inspector of Prim...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

w ANTED a Respeelablo GENERAL SER- VANT. Apply to Mrs. K. CANNAN. ANTBD LABOURERS. Apply, COOK and DAY, Contractors, ïeoperanoe Hotel, FrogB' Hollow. \S7 ANTBD to purchase for Cash, a SODA V» WATER MACHINE. Apply to ARTHUR MARTIN. WANTED TWO Able-bodiod MEN. One Waiter, and One Housemaid. ARTHUR MARTIN, Auctioneer. WANTED a GKNBIUL SERVANT. Ap- ply to Mrs. BINNEY, Melbourno Store, Queen-street North. WANTED a Respectable FEMALE SER- VANT. Apply at the Bank of Aus- tralasia, between IO and 11a.m. \\J ANTED an induslriouB and competent Vr persun as HOUSE and PARLOR MAID. Apply to Mrs. GOODWYN, North Brisbane Hotel, Queen-street. A FIRST-CLASS BUSHMAN is open to en- gagement as Stockman, or to take charge of stock to any part of the colony Address, STOCKMAN, Intelligence Oflice, Brisbane, ANTED an ASSISTANT for a country store, a competent hand in drapery and giocery, Apply by letter to H. B., oflieo of this paper. To Squatters. WANTED, an ENGAGEMENT, by a man who has had tho working m...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

Steam to Sydney. THE YARRA. YARRA from tlie A. S. K Co.'« New Wharf, on WEDNESDAY next, 28th inst. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. For Rockhampton and Port Denison, THE fine clipper barque MELANIE may ba expected shortly from Sydney, and will proceed for the above porta within six days from arrival. For froight or passage, apply to It. TOWNS & CO., South Brisbane. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. SHAREHOLDERS aro hereby informed that on and after THURSDAY, the 27th Jane, the Deed of Settlement of the abovo Com- pany will lie for signature at the office of D. F, ROBERTS, Esq., Solicitor to the Company, Queen-street, Brisbane. ? By order of the Boord of Directora, ,,' , JOHN STEPHENS, Swretnry.. Brisbane Humicfipality. SEPARATE TENDERS ara hereby 1 invited for tho following PUBLIC WORKS : l.'For the formation of George-street from c' Queen-street to Alice-street. 2. Metalling the same. 3. For the formation of George-Btreet, from * Qneon-stieet to Tank-street. 4. Metalling lbs same. E...

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Commercial Intelligence. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

CoHfiaaaercaai BnsteSlüseaiice* FRIDAY EVBXTNB. TflitRE has been a large amount of busings done in the import market (luring the post week. Orders .for the north occupied the early iwirt, and the supply or the exploring party and tho demands of the .country storekeepers foe, tht. summer trade lins continued the briskness ¡¡¡Vroughout. Tho greater portion of the cargo of ti,e Scotia lias been taken at satisfactory rates. The ,-ow changes that have taken place m pi Ice, nro in favor of the pniuhnscr : sugars are easier., und may be looked on as having «j receding character. Flour is fully supplied, and Ifor bydney av.d Tasmania there lias been little ric- hland durir-.jj the week ; the latter has receded 10s. per ton. U'he arrivals have been bags. A large parcel or bran, nearly 2000 bushels, changed hands at Is. 4d. per bushel. In the produce market there has been no local ¡uurchasre reported, and the few odd lots coming to maud uro to close account. The exports for the ?week luivo be...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 21ST. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before Mr. Justice LUTWYCHE, and a Jury of twelve. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

MONDAY, AUGUST 21ST. GRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before Mr. Justice LUTWYCHE, and a Jury of twelve. PROSECUTION OE THE COURIER FOR LIBEL. REGINA v. PUGH. This was a prosecution for a seditious libel, filed by the Attorney-General, at the bequest of the Legislative Council, against the' ' nter and publisher of the Courier. The est interest in this case-which is the first of such a nature evertried in the colonies   was manifested by the citizens of Brisbane. During the whole of the trial the lower part of the Court-the galleries being closed as unsafe-was densely filled with an attentive audience, and when the jury returned with a verdict of not guilty, the people present, unmindful, of the fact that they were in a court of justice, gave one loud cheer, which his Honor for some time in vain endeavored to suppress. The trial occupied about five hours. Tho ATTORNEY-GENERAL, assisted by Mr. BRAMSTONE, conducted the prosecution ; and Messrs. JONES and CARY, instructed By Messrs. Lill...

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QUEENSLAND EXPLORATION EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 August 1861

QUEENSLAND EXPLORATION EXPE DITION. THE whole of the arrangements for tho pro- per equipment of the expedition having been completed, Mr. Landsborough and his companions yesterday took their departure from Brisbane in the Breadalbane'(s.), which was to carry them down to the Firefly. It appears from some observations made by Mr. Landsborough, that that gentloman had met with some disappointment in the for- mation of his party, individuals who at the outset had agreed to accompany him wore forced by untoward circumstances to draw back, and at the eleventh hour lie was obliged hurriedly to fill their places. The expedition, as it started, comprised Mr. Landsborough, the leader, Mr. J. D. Allison, of Brisbane, formerly a master-mariner; Mr. Campbell, a volunteer lo the Royal Society of Victoria, who arrived by the Hotham (s.) ; Mr. Bourne, a son of Mr. R. Bourne, the secretary of the national school board ; Mr. Ball, one of the crew of the Hotham ; Jimmey and Charlie, members of the na...

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THE DOWNS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOOWOOMBA, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

THE DOWNS. (FHOM onit OWN connFsroNDENT.) TOOWOOMBA, AUGUST 21. DREADFUL SUICIDE.-Early this morning » rumour was in circulation that Dr. 0. F Schulze, of this town, had committed sui- cide by taking poison, and on inquiry into tho matter I found the melancholy report to bo too true. The unfortunate gentleman had put an end to his exiftcuce by means ol morphia, of which narcotic bo had taken n considerable dose. Prior to the commission of this dreadful act, ho wroto a letter with this address only-" To be opened after 1 ara dead," and in which letter he stated his reasons forpoisoning himself. A jury was eni pannoled beforo Dr. Armstrong, tho coroner; and after hearing the evidence, and having the letter road to them, the jury were una- nimous in their verdict-"That the doreascil, 0. P. Schulze, died ftom the effect of pois"ii ndtninibtered by his own bund, whilst labour ing under a tit of mental aberration." ' KLKCTIUO TisLKuaArii.-The electric wiro i» biokca somowhero between here...

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WEEKLY EPITOME. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

WEEKLY EPITOME. SATUKDAY EVKXINO. TUB holding of tho fivst stato trial in Queens- land has been tho great event of tho wool:. On Wednesday last tho publisher of this journal appuared at tho bar of the Supremo Oourt in answer to au ex oßcio information charging bim with having, on tho thirtieth of July last, published a seditious libul re- flecting upon tho procoodings of tho Legisla- tivo Council in connection with the Supreme Court Bill and the resolutions passed by thom reflecting upon his Honor Mr. Justicu Lutwyche. Tho crown was roprosented by tho Attornoy-Goneral and Mr. Bramston, and tho defendant by Messrs. Jones and Cary The caso was heard buforo a common jury of twelve Tho information, which was very longthy, having boon read, Mr. Jones, before the defendant pleaded, raised an objection to tho jurisdiction of tho court, on the ground that the court was illegally constituted, that the Judge hold his commission under tho authority of an act of parliament illegally constituted...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] From the 16th to the 20th of August. MELBOURNE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] S From the Kith to the 20th of August. (l MELBOURNE. t . Friday Evening. (j Business is steady. The Masonic ball was'a groat success. At the Criminal Sossions to-day. Ewart, lato clerk to Messrs. Gordon and Gotch, was found guilty of embezzlement. Sentence was deferred. Saturday Evening. There has becu considerable speculation in hops, and the markets generally closed with a tendency to impiovcment. No further damage has boen done on the jailway line to Woodend. It has been carefully examined and watched day anil night. A dinner was given to Mr. Verdon last night, by his constituents, at Williamstown. Both the Premier and tho Treasurer spoke somewhat doubtfully as to tho working majority in the Assembly, but took credit to themselves for having marked out a course which their successors must follow in throw- ing open tho lands. Ewart, Messrs. Gordon and Cotch's late clerk, received sontenco of three years' hard labour, for embezzlement. Monday eve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

Shipping; fiBCRlilgeuce. ARRIVED. A'KÜJST 25.-Yarra Y irra.(s. ) 500 ton«, Captain Bell ' yoi from Sydt.ey. Passengers-Mrs. Mason, Miss, Broughton, liev. Air. Copeland, Captain Francis, Messrs. J. R. PalftVeymaii, Scott, Rush, and 36 in the steerage. SAILED, - ..' PRO« THE BAY. Auçnst 24.-Victoria, steam sloop of war, Cap- tain W. II. Norman, for the Gulf ol' Carpentaria. August 24.-Firefly, brig, 1S8 tons, Captain Kirby, tor the Gulf ol' Carpentaria. August 24.-Buonaparte, brigantlne, 120 tons, Captain Robb, for Port Denison. August 24.-Albion, schooner, 83 tons, Captain Robertson, for Rockhampton. IMPORTS. Per Yarra Yarra: 7 bales, 20 cases, 10bags flour, 3 case3 biscuits, 1 case raisins, 10 cases pickles, 10 cases sardines, 15 elicits, 14 half-chests tea, 6 trunks, C. Newton and Co. ; 1 case, Queens, land government ;120 bags flour, 179 bags 11111120,1 lilt'-tierco tobicon, Order; 1 erato, lease oil, 2 casks lamp\vare,..r. Markwell ; 15 packages luggage, li. R. Unley; 2 cases jan...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

Weekly .Oulendav. ' HIGH WATEII AT BMSUASK. SUN. Hays. Date. Auf!. 24 25 26 27 28 SSI .10 .Morn. 1 Sti 2 44 3 28 4'ia 4 SI 5 30 6 22 Alter. Rises. Sets. Wednesday... 2 20 9' ti 3 5(1 4 32 5 11 0 0 Ü 44 C 27 6 2l> ti 25 ti 24 ß 23 C 21 ti 19 S 39 5 39 5 40 5 40 5 41 5 41 £. 42

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. ALLEGED CAPTURE OP A SLAVER FROM LIVERPOOL.-Mr. Pease has given notice that, at thu evening sitting of the House of Com- mons to-morrow, he will ask the President of tho Board of Trade if it is true that the United States steamer Saratoga has captured, near the Congo rivor, tho ship Nightingale, of Livorpool ; whether the ship had 900 slaves on'hoard, and -was ready to carry 1G00; and, provided sucli are the facts, when the ship last cleared from Liverpool, and for what port ; what was the nature of her cargo ; and whether her owners reside in Liverpool, and are amenable to the law. » Those who aro best qualified to judge seem to agree that the King of Italy has selected in Baron Eieasoli the fittest successor to Cavour. Tho new minister contributed largely to the establishment of the kingdom, ,by the ability which ho displayed in the government of Tuscany after the peace of Villafranca, at a crisis of extraordinary diffi- culty.-Saturday Review. Mr. Dickon's story of...

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NEWS AND NOTES. CLXIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

K JE w s AWI» so '«'JE s. BY A SYDNEY MAN. CLXIX. TUE prorogation of parliament must have brought n certain amouut of relief lo you,' and you may consider yourself tolerably safe f»r six months, with tbe exception of tint little matter between J'"«' and the lords. The Governor has very satisfactorily indi- cated the course, as decided upon by the ministry, in reference to the future assem- bling of the Queensland wisdom. "As at . present advised," says his Excellency, " I believe that the month of April will bo the 'most convenient" [and appropriate] "period for the commencement of the annual ses- sion." Precisely so! The first of that month,I should say, would be the day fixed ; and it reflects gieat credit on the cabinet that they have not only this keen and judi- cious self-appreciation, but also the courage to laugh with others. On the first of April, then, in tho year, 1862, it may be expected that the ministers of her Majesty's crown in Queensland will again put in an appearan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

DEUTSCHE EINWANDERUNG. IR nuichcn ein Deutsches Piihlicum in der Colonie von Queensland dauuf nuf merksatn das-, wir die 1 lonou RAFF & CO _ in Brisbane oimaichtigt haben. Passage-Scheine fuer nnseie von hier nach Biisl»ano gehenden Schiffe aufzustellen, und fordern wir diejenicen tier dorr an-sov-igi n Colônr-tcn wc'clic ihie Veiwandten oder Fittinde hinauskommen zu la-se\i wuoiiMjhen auf, »ich bei den I let ron Geo. Rsffifc CK, Biitbano, zui Eil.xnuung der betref fendon Passage Orders ?n mellen und sokhe so- fort an ihre Freunde in D .ut-chland zu senden tlie dann mit den legelma-vug von hier nae, Queensland ahgelv nden Schiffer;, umer r uoheb I all bekannten Packot-Linie, belcerdert werde» ' wuerden. Wir haben ferner die Ilon-cn Gon. Raff& Co. bevollmächtigt OrJies auf Arbeiter, Sebrof er, Iliiten und Handworker entgegen zu nehmen, deien Auhfiiebrung auf das Prnmto to bosotgt werden wild und sind wir im Stande dio, auf gemachte Erfahrung ba-iite Zusicherung zu geb...

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The Courier. MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

S3je Camm MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1861. 1| THE case of REGINA t>. PUG» presents so many matters for consideration and dis- cussion that wo might write leading articles on it for a mouth without ex- hausting our materials. Hut we turu naturally in the first iustauco to what affects ourselves per- sonally; and wo must say that wo ¡^' h ii vc great cause to complain of the mode in which tlie prosecutiou against the defendant was conducted. Not that wo lind fault with tho speeches of the Atturney-jciiural, either in opening the case for the Crown, or ia reply. We tk'ok, on the contrary, that lie was well euhUod to the compliment, paid lo him by our leading counsel, and that, in bulli of his addresses to the jury, he did evince a calmness and moderation which he does not usually exhibit. But we do complain that, either from ignorance of the law, or for some other reason which wo refrain from,characterizing, the de- fendant was unjustly and illegally put upon his trial for the publication o...

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DALBY (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

DALBY (FROM OTJK OWN COUULSPliNniîNT.) AUGUST 20. POMOB OFFICE.-Before A. I). Mrouglrton, Esq., Police Magistrate, aud J. C. Mayne, Esq., J. P.-Petty Debts Com t.-Bateman v. Brown. Claim £3 14s. Gd. Verdict for defendant. - Healey v. Bowman. Claim £8 7s. Gd., for board mid refreshments supplied at the Shamrock Inn. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs, 5s. Gd.-Boyle v. Pocock. Claim 6s., for con- veyance of three bags of charcoal from the bush to defendant's blacksmith's shop. Ver dictfor plaintiff, with costs, 5s. Af theconclu siou of this case his Worship the P. M. care- fully revised the fees demanded, and hitherto received by the registrar and bailiff of the court, and requested the bailiff to be more careful for the future, and not make a demand in excess of what the act allowed. He also highly censured tho bailiff for neg- ligence, ho not having made the necessary affidavits of service supposed to be recorded on the back of each summons, thereby retardin...

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THE GOVERNOR AND GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. No. II. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

THE GOVERNOR AND GOVERNMENT , OV QUEENSLAND. No. ii. (CoNTIUnUTED ) I WAS much amused, und my vanity was n little tickled, by ii " PurliametitniianV ru- inarles on my furmor communication. Amused, because hin rabid nliuse nffoided strong confirmation that I lind hit tho right nail un-the head, and caused tho galled judo to wince. Amused, iil»o, that one so hedged about, should allow hw fury to blind him to the proper application of facts, logiual nt> queiics, nnd common sense. And my vanity wau it littlo tickled nt being commissioned n 3 * judge Vty such good authority, notwithstnnd ' ing thut the post WHS conferred with (lie view of milking mc nppnnr n very great criminal. I hnvo too niticli self-esteem to wish either judicial or çubcriiutoriiil inspiration; und, while offering all proper respect to the po- sitions of both Governor and Judge, 1 will, aa of tea as I have rcaaou to believe that each or cither of the individuals filling those higii offices, have either exe-jeder! o...

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