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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 May 1861

NOTICE 1 NOTICE! THE RAOE-CODRSE PADDOCK, now en- larged to double its former size, and acknow- ledged to be tho best in tho district, with a never-failing supply of Water, is leased bv D. MITCHELL, Proprietor of tho Clarendon Hotel, Ipswich. Horses, 2s Gd 'per week; Bullocks, Od each week. Grass Paddock. THE undersigned having now enclosed his PADDOCK of 250 acres, at Eagle Farra, with a secure, three.rail fence is prepared to take J ]. in horses at ls 6d per week, or 15s per quarter. Every care taken but no responsibility incurred. G. F. WHITE, Albort-streetJ Wool and Sheepskins. TB; STEPHENS, ia a cash purchaser of Wool a and Sheepskins at full market prices. Greasy Wool washed or scoured, and Sheepskins fellmongered, on growers' account, at Sydney rates, mid in the best manner. Brisbane, 1st Oct. 1859. Bremer Steam Flour Mills. ri"iHE undersigned begs to intimate that the _L above Wills aro now in full working order j and having just received a carno of wheat direct from South A...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY (THIS DAY). GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 May 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday (Tiiis Day), ¦ GOVERNMENT BUSINESS?NOTICE OP MOTION. Mr. Herbert to move?"That this house,'at its rising, do adjourn until Tuesday, June ll." GOVERNMENT BUSINESS?ORDERS OF TUE DAY. -.. Law of False Pretences Bill: Third reading., '.., ' Immigration Regulations: Consideration in com- mittee.- :- : ¦'- ' -' '¦ '¦¦'; "¦' ¦ ?¦"'¦'¦'¦j' ; '¦?; - 'Revenue nnd Audit Bill: To be considered in committee. .- :--.-;' .'?; ¦?¦ .¦¦¦?¦¦?.¦ ;i ¦ ¦?¦'¦.. GENERAL BUSINESS?NOT'OE OP MOTION. Mr. O'Sullivan to move-ff That tliei-e.be laid on, the table of this house a return showing the amount' of Work, nnd its practical utility, performed by, Lieutenant neath in this colony, ns n marino-sur- veyor or otherwise, specifying the quantity of work performed, nnd; the time consumed in the different localities, by whom employed, the expense in each case; and also 'showing what vote of this house warranted-thc expenditure. : GENERAt, BUSINESS?ORDER OT TOE DAY. - ? . Aliens Bill....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 May 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. "Finding of Our Saviour in the Temple."?Mr. Holman Hunt's- picture of tho " Finding of our Saviour in the Templo"' having been replaced in the German Gallery, we revisited it, with a view to ascertain what injury, if auy, it had received from the effects of the fire reported to have taken place shortly beforo New Year's Day lapt. Not the slightest mischief befel this work, beyond a trifling stain upon, the sky seen through the open door of the- Temple, due mainly to the,passage of smoko beneath the glass, we opine. During the recess, while tho picture has been in the engraver's hands, Mr. Holman Hunt has repaired the damage, and it is now impossible to tell that even so minute an injury had been inflicted. It is certain, nevertheless, that a great risk was incurred of tho total destruction of the pic- ture. This occurred through the drapery employed to moderate the light admitted into tho exhibition room becoming ignited from the lighted gas. Tho blaze soon ran round ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 May 1861

:; PLEASURE TRIP, TO-MORROW, 24th MAY, QUEEN'S BIRT& , ::¦ DAY. ' ¦¦¦ ;'-¦<¦<¦ THE BREADALBANE will leave B. Towns and Co.'s Wharf at Nino o'clock, arid i. ,., ' M'Cabe's Wharf (weather per- mitting) at half-past Nino o'clock; on a PLEA- SURE TRIP TO THE BAY, landing passengers a couple of boors or so, for refreshments and re- creative enjoyment. 'Returning by 6 o'olookto the Wharves. Refreshments on board at usual rates. Hoke tn, 5s. each. :,.r. ¦ R. TOWNS AND CO., > ;,:,: ¦:,; ¦.' ¦, ' Agents.' May 17, 1861. ! Steam to Sydney. THE YARRA YARRA from the A. S.N.' Co.'s NW r Wharf, on MONDAY next; ' the 27th inst. Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. For London. THE brig BESSIE, 600 tons bur- then, Benjamin Davies, Com- mander, having a portion of her Neargo engaged will meet with quick ?dispatah. Wool ld per lb. 1 with 5 per ccnt. Tallow 70s per ton V prjm'age. Hides 50s per ton of 40 J r e For Freight or Passage, apply to WALTER GRAY &a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 May 1861

DEATH. Mr. John Souter, aged 43 years, a native of   Edinburgh, hotel-keeper in Brisbane, departed this life on Monday, 20th May, 1861. Mr. Souter was residing for the last 12 years in this city, and was highly respected and deeply lamented by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. Mr. Souter has left a widow and four in family to lament his premature death.  

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 May 1861

IiOt'»I Intelligence. TnE Birthday Levee.?It is currently reported in town that circulars have been addressed to the heads of the various depart- ments in Brisbane, requesting them to no- tify to their subordinates that the attendance, of "each and all" bf them will be expected nt the levee on Friday next. We are aware that it is customary elsewhere to hint to go- vernment employes the desirability of put- ting in an appearance on such occasions, but wo have never before heard of circulars being issued to enforce such attendance. If | this is to be the system of doing things, the government ought to put a sum of money on '-the estimates for furnishing each clerk with ;a dress suit on his appointment, or the fra- ternity of tailors will decidedly suffer. Queensland Rifle Association.?A llmeeting of the provisional committee of this ;association was held yesterday at noon, at the Municipal Council Chambers, present: i?the Honorable Col. O'Connell,. Captains [Bramston, Drury, and Maste...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHO'LL LEND ME A COAT? AN EFFUSION PICKED UP OUTSIDE THE TREASURY, AND BROUGHT TO US BY "OUR BOY." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

WHO'LL LEND ME A COAT? A.'.t Effusion Picked ur outside tub Treasury, And UROUUIW TO US BY " OUft HOY." Who'll lend me a coat ? Oh, who'll lend me a coat? My credit at Bushby'* is not worth a groat, And I fear that my billet will valueless bo If I don't show my phiz at the coming levee. Who'll lend mo n coat ? Oh, who'll loud me a coat ? Whether long In thc waist, or big at. thc throat, lt won't mutter a button, bo long as tho tall Is the true-fashioned " swallow" which used to pre- vail. Who'll lend me a coat? Oh, who'll lend mo a ooat? With what satisfaction my tailor will gloat? And with what' sneering glances my form he'll assail? ¦',.'¦ If I cannot nt last sport a true " swallow-tall." Who'll lend me a ooat ? Oh, who'll lond mo a cont ? Tho tiny I return lt shall not bo remote j Oh, listen, hind Hoiltii'on, relent and bo mihi, An " unolo" should never frown dark on his child. Who'll lend mo a ooat ? Oh, who'll lond "mo a coat ? The tailors aro stern, and slop-sellers denoto A w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

IPSWICH. (lfttOM OUR OWN COilliEStfONfiKNT.) TlIUtlSllAY. At the Police Office, on Tuesday, the 21st instant, before the Police Magistrate and G. Fail-cloth, -T.P., tho following cases, were heard, in addition to Lockhart v. Johnson, and the other Cases \vhicli 1 reported yester- day. Gorge Hodgson charged Henry Skinner, publican, willi assaulting him in defendant's public house on Saturday tho 18th inst. George Hodgson Sworn, stated : Iromehiber tho 18th inst. I saw thc'de- fendant that day. - I was in his house that day. Wo were-talking there, defendant's Misses and some others, about a little chap that came down tho country with drays,' when defendant called mo a liar, seized mc by the collar, and twisted me back, throw- ing me on the ground. I gavo him no pro- vocation. By defendant: It was, on thc Saturday evening; I swear it. The was no ono came in with me. Plaintiff, being asked if he had any witnesses, said, there was " no one except Dowd who was here just now." William Dowd...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

-Weekly Calendar. Hum Wateb at Bbisbans.' V.Diiys.' Date. Morn. After. Friday..... ?Sn turday ,$?81 iiday ¦*M toidiiy."., Ti Aesduy "... "W edm-sday. Thtursday JIay. 10 15 11 20 0 12 1 0 1 00 2 45 3 88 10 50 11 48 0 ac 1 24 2 18 3 10 4 0 Sus. Rises.' Sets. 6 40 6 41 G 41 6 42. 6 42 6 43 6'442

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COURIER IS NOW PUBLISHED DAILY. SUBSCRIPTION PER QUARTER:IN ADVANCE, 15s. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

E&B COURIER IS NO\V PUBLISHED DAILY. SUBSCRIPTION TER QUARTER :-? v In advance, lois. Touring, the current quarter no charge ¦wijlsbe -made to present Subscribers for ili*^ ^zn^Ojfdilion al papers supplied. .."-..'¦?. Hrtt'OJE'NTS IN- TO\V_N nre! cautioned against '? purchasing copies-'of this "paper from the ? KUNNHRS, since tho latter have, no authority. to sell, nnd anyone who buys from them is uii . consciously, abetting thc boys in thievery. ,;

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEVEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

<¦- THE LEVEE. Oun esteemed friend Jenkins? notho of tho Morning Post, but.a less resplendent though not less egregious, flunkey-?has made tho most of his.Hmo .since his advent in this region. In all- the glory of immaculate plush:: he'has assisted as super, at various private tabfcs, from that of the .Governor down to the humbler spread of our friend Ferrett, nfc r tho Democratic Club; and h« has so managed to insinuate, himself into, every circle, where his services ¦ were not really.: required,.'that he has become quite au/aiias to tho general, make-up of wedr ding, breakfasts, .? dinner parlies .and' thees dansanles '-¦ in this; Ultima Thule of the northern hemisphere,', lu fact, Jenkins is fast becoming an 'established institution in tho.pluce, arid the publicmay soon expect lo soe' "published,1/ irithe \ Droper receptacle for sucn c.o'nitUuiii6alions, a porib<lic»i '-^nautfee of" high'Hfd"- - gossip1, gathered from " be- low stairs..''..' Old ladies who r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1[?] [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ENTRANCES FOR THE CHAMPION RACE AND NORTH AUSTRALIAN MEETING. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] IPSWICH, MAY 23RD, 5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

Mjt Courter* FRIDAY. MAI' 24, l«l ?i'.. {PBIl ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.].' ENTRANCES FOR THI'V CHAMPION RAC13 AND 'NORTH- AUSTRALIAN, oj! .0 .^¦-?¦???¦M.EBTING.'.,..'.'..',; . "'[from our own correspondent;] , ''.,",.' ... , Ipswich, May 23rd, 6 p.m. The .following entrance* have been made, for tho forthcoming ineot:? ':'.;; '.The Champion Race. ? ,'.?: ? (Wcdueedny next, I p.m.) '.¦¦..;¦,::}..: -Eclipse - /!?/,-,?¦:'" "-1: Fishermnn ' ¦ -Van Tromp , Z;ic "-.'?¦¦¦''¦'¦ j :-..-. Tuesday, June 4tJi.. Maiden Plate. 'Mr. Harilio's Black Eagle Mr. Fleming's Sinbad ;Mr. Collins' Beppo 'Mr. FiHsyth's Fisherman Mr. Tait's Tartar 'Mr; Gregg's Nimrod The Selling Stakes. Mr. Davidson's Charles the First (£50) Mr. Ilardio's Miranda (£75) .Mr. Cullins'Risk (£50) Mr..Thompson's Sailor (£75) - Mr. Forsyth's Chevalier (£100) ? .Mr. Tait's Euclid (£50) ' The Publicans' Purse. Mr. Collins' Huntsman Mr. Bnlbi's Van Tromp. Wednesday, June 5lh. ? ¦The Queen's Plate. Entrances for this race:to be closed on tho...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

'Shipping Intelligence. "Tim Breadalbane will leave McCabe's wharf this imorninir at half-past 9 o'clock, on a Pleasure Trip tto the Bay. The Breadalbane will tow the Swordfish into the !Bay this evening, and will resume ber trips to llpswlch to-morrow morning at IO o'clock. The investigation into the stranding of the 'Premier (s.), was postponed till Monday next, nt Jhalf-past ten o'clock, in consequence of the unavoid . able absence of some of the members of the Boa vi], Steamkbs fob Irswi'jH.?Leaving the A. S_ u. Company's wharf, This Morning, the Ipswi jh, at half-post 8 o'clock; the Brisbane, To-morrow Morning.

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HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. bE&YXS? sa sa ¦« « ¦. a ¦ ¦ &3 S _____ Areiyjss? »§ g Jan.... 20 28 JFcb... ,20 r 28 Mar;.-. 20 . 28 Ap.... 20 28 ¦Slay....' 20 , 29 June. 2d' .28 July.. 20 28 Aug;;.' '20': «!:28 Sup.... 20 28 Oct)..'. 20 ..,,.,08 Apr... i. 10' May ...fi ll .Tune... 5 ll July... S ll /iug.... '4 ll) slept.;.. 4 10 Oct. fi ll Nov ... * 10 Mar..,. 7 April... 7 Moy ... S Juno... 5 July ... 0 Aug.5 fept... 4 Oct. ... D Nor ...6 ;I)io.;.. 6 1862, Jun,.,. fi Fub.... 4 iioarrcwARD npuTE.

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

Commer' elallli-tcllir^euee. Tins day will be a. holiday ot tho. Banks and public omces.-being the. anniversary of the birth of her Majesty the Qi\een. Mr. U. Dovi dsou sold, yesterday, at the residence f E. S. Ebs< rortli, Esq., the whole of that gentlo jnni's house,hold furniture. The sale wa?, well attended, a'jd excellent prices obtained for most of the article a, Mr. A,. Martin reports the salo of the unexpired term of 5jycnrs lease of two cottages in Fortitude Valley for the sum of £105. Also, spring carts, at £20, and Pagnell dog-carts at £27 each ; plated "hardens, £12 12s. per set, and plain harness £6 (is.

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SUPREME COURT—(YESTERDAY). IN EQUITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

SUPREME COURT (YESTERDAY) IN EQUITY. FLEMING. v. Tooth,The motion for the ap- pointment of Mr. George Raff as Receiver, in this suit, was made this day by Mr. Jones, counsel for the plaintiff,, and the affidavits of Mr. G. Raff and Mr, W. N. Poole were read in support of the application. The Attorney-General, On behalf of the defendant," objected on the ground that the affidavits were not sufficient to warrant the court in granting the order, as the names of the sureties were not mentioned in them. : After hearing the arguments on both sides, the Court granted the; order: conditionally upon Mr.Raff getting two sureties to justify   before the master, to the extent of £15,000 each. The question of costs was resolved. Mr, Macalister, of Ipswich (by Mr. D. F. Roberts) for the plaintiff, and Messrs-. Little and Browne for the defendant: PATEN v.CRIBB AND Others (Trustees of     the Moreton Bay Benefit Investment and Building Society, No. 3)-Mr. Car...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE YELVERTON MARRIAGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

THE^ELYEUTON MAR'. Aiaqe CASp The opening of this ext- _a0r_.mary trio'! in the Dublin Court of Corr jmon p,ea£ ^ nounced in our (flame jveios) last. Theao <ioD: ° nure,ade,ri8 "f0 r 'ware' wns bought by a Mr. Tholwall, of Hul|f nomiriniiyfcto .£ ?cover from .thc Ho.n. Major Yol-.OT(0n, of the Royal Artillery, tipwnrds of £250, the cost ?of maintaining Mrs. Yelv_rto_. '_>he de- fence is, that tho lady is r ,ot tho wife of tho major, l^c story of th'. i?_y js as follows : In 1853 Major Yelvert on roet Miss Theresa Longworth, tho daug'llter 0f a Lancashire ^gentleman, on boar j a steamer. An ititi -.ma.cy sprang up ly _twcen them, a correspon -dence ensued, nr j it ;_ evident, from the lpublishcd lette- ..s> tnnt the lady was deeply lin love with ti,e Royal Artillery officer. "Years passe', i_y, but they did not meet. Major Yoi y er_on wen_ to Malta, Miss Long- worth; to T^taly. Tho Crimean war broke out, nnd. M'iss Longworth, who is a Roman fja/h&'io, went to...

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

\\f ANTED a-HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs VVr?: JONES. North-Australian Antel.-' ¦¦???¦' w ANTED, RUNNERS for tho.;/" Courier.:' " Apply dton'ce."' ?' ' .' ;""':"-.,"'?'?;'¦ WANTED,; a .. G ENERAL SERVANT. ;; A p'ply lo.Mr's. PUG IV, Doonbah, Cottage,, Spring Hill.' ..' ¦¦ < i ¦ , WANTED, a-- FEMALE- -SERVANT,, as ,;: .HOUSEMAID.;, Apply .to Mrs. CAIN, Kun'srArno-IViirit.,,: . ¦¦-,?¦,' ..- i.,;:; -, -.?-, ANTED, skilledLAUOIiEKS fer'-the-de .parlmentiof: tho'Engineer bf Roads. Apply atthe Office, ;George-slreet. -.¦?¦ -'¦¦ ;:-i w njANTED, a BOY as APPRENTICE.to the VV Tainting trade. Apply to 'C.'SHALLEHN, ISIisnbetli-Rtreet." '....'.-. : _'. WANTED, within six ,weeks-ra COTTAGE .in tho city?four to six rooms.. Address ,"TENANT," 'Courier', Office.?Brisbane, 1st, May, 1 SOI. - _,- ..; ., ... -,.,..-. ANTED-immediately,'? A ""GENERAL' FEMALE SERVANT; good 'wage's given.' Apply to Mrs. J. Hi BOXALL, Ar:otoria;Ho'usb, AdeUide-sfreet.'. :- .' ¦'' ;-::,.-' WANTED TO'PURCllA'SE?EWE L...

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ORDER REIGNS IN WARSAW. (Front the Albion.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

'I ditfiERiliEiGN^ J*f ^WARSAW. .--(Front ttieAlbMi.): I -»! . - - 1 . ¦ Ol'? dil things to liston-to .thc most-sickening is a morbid sentimentalist::' ,Of all things the niost hateful is .oii(S:wliO;S,ciitiinu/ttaliiJes over (ile suflei'ings ot. ihosu ho'haS injured. Sudi being thu' case, there arc certain topics which ? ought. never to boalluded to i:i well brod English society j find (inc of these is poland. Put wlidf.a dr'ntil c'rlfl'o1 it is M nit English' journalist that Poland will force itself oil public attention; that tho;' inhabitants of Warsaw will object to hoing shot down in their strcotsi like cattle felled in''tho sham- bles j tliat Mr. iioiftCrM' tcldg^anfs ¦ will .an- nounce- tho, fact; that .thc 'rising generation, ignorant.of ..what was happening-when their, fathers were young men, will talk on. tho. subjectV that newspaper rendors. will expect sonic cdniiiiciits f-liereoii; arid that this jhv a casV where ' we ' aro , precluded ., from thc easy task .of ! fulmin...

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THE PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION IN FAVOUR OF MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 May 1861

THE PUI5LIC DEMONSTRATION IN FAVOUR OF Mit. JUSTICE LUT- WYCHE. Tue following correspondence has been handed to us for publication :? , : , ! '.'' [Co>?y No. I.] " Brisbane, Queensland, . . ¦'¦' May 22nd, .1861. " Sw,?I havo tho honor and pleasure to forward. herewith, pursuant to the request of tho meeting, a copy-of- a resolution passed at. a largo public assemblage hold in thc School of Arts in this town,; on tho evohing of tho 9th instant, for.tho purposo of congratulating your Honor-on the return of tho'Supremo Court Bill by tho Homo Government/ and. adopting a form of petition to both Houses of Parliament, praying;that such stops might bo tnken as should scoiiri! your Honor's continu- ance in bflicp as Judge of tho Supremo Court in this colony. Over that meeting it was my duty and privilege to preside, and I ciin only say, that J never beforo witnessed in Bris- bane a heartier demonstration, or a moro sig- nal ana oomplete success. ?¦ "While for\vardi»s "io resolution, how ...

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