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FOREIGN EXPRESSES. (From the Man in the Moon.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

MA \«wFOREIGN EXPRESSES. <^íí/3¡(íV&»the Man inthk Moon.) Waiíg.ítié Time's, and burn,the,Herald, *" Pjlàgue.thé Standard* Gloiejt and Sun, Blow BelVs Life and brother Jerrdd, , !"'Drat the papers'ev'ry one. , - , ' They a means of information ! '": 7%ey instruct the public mind ! ' * '^thty enlighten-botheration ! > ' ? - ' " \ 1'. Stuff! it's nothing of the kind. ' ? <¡>.¡ . ., > . Here'.« the Times-the eighth edition, ; j Who the deuce can make it out ? ,, News from countries, whose position , No one knows the least about. 'fclrst, they graciously inform us . ': War in Flumburg has begun ; "íbeh we're told, in type enormous, \ Muckenèlushen's cut and run. Who on earth is Muckenslusheu P Where is Flumburg-who'll define ? 'Ere we've ask'd, more news comes rushing In edition number nine :' .. Boskivado's burst its fetters," ?Scarce this startling fact we've learril, When we read (¡o.handbill letters) .- " Kascarumscow's sack'd and burnt.'' . .T...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Frederick's lines are unavoidably postponed.

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF; I MORN. EVEN. .Feb. 17-Saturday.4.13 4.52 vd¡ e. - 18-Sunday . 5.27 6.10 19-Monday. 6.45 7.23 20-Tuesday. 7.53 8.23 ' 21-Wednesday. 8.48 9.13 * 22-Thursday. 9.34 9.55 23-Friday. 10.15 10.34

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

COLONIAL EXTRACTS. COLONIAL BARONETS.-A writer in the London Morning Herald proposes to make the creation of Colonial Baronéü a means of securing efficient systematic colonization, and he remarks that "4here is nothing new in the idea, as.it has been acted upon before in the case of Nova Scotia, where the order of baronets of the tawny ribbon first sprung into existence, and was brought into play In the case of the Ulster Baronets of Irelan'd.!' .riß says^r" 1 would suggest that the prerogative of the Crown could be made a powerful engine pf Inducement, by creating a limited number of Baronets, under certain conditions and restric- tions/such as may be thus briefly sketched out : That every gentleman and merchant willing lo errjbark capital in any of the British dependen- cies to the extent of £15,000 or £20,000, or such fiuhvás'shóuld. be deemed fit and proper, subject to the rules and regulations laid down in the colonial code, should have the djgnity of a Baronet conferred upon h...

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AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,-As one of the immigrants and purchasers of farms that came out from the mother country in the ship Fortitude, I feel naturally inclined to express some of the views held by myself and the majority of our body with respect to the arrange- ments made between Dr. Lang and us, and the circumstances in which we found ourselves on arrival, and our future prospects.     On the outset we are bound to exonerate the Doc-     tor from any intentional deception as to the im- mediate possession of the land. He, both privately, by letters, &tc., and public notices in popular newspapers, distinctly stated that no delay, but that which was absolutely required by law, would take place. He certainly did not give us to un- derstand that six or twelve months must necessa- rily elapse ere we could obtain possession thereof ; and some of us, nay all of, us, expected probably a t...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

VARIETIES. THE "UNITY OF RACE" MOVBMBNT.-TO Mr. PUNCH.-" SIR : I wish you would do something to put a stop to that ridiculous movement towards " unity of race" wherein half the people oF Eu- rope are going to loggerheads. In Schleswig Holstein there are the Scandinavian and Teutonic elements of the population, as they are called, quarrelling and cutting each others' throats. ^ In another direction, the Sclavonic breed is longing to be at the Teutons. The Austrian and Italian folks are at variance, and even the Neapolitans must needs fall out with the Sicilians. It is un- necessary to mention the wrong-headed Celts ih Ireland, burning with envy, and hatred, anil malice, and all uncharitableness towards the Saxons. By-and-by, I suppose the fingers of Highland and Lowland Scotch will itch for inter- necine war. Why can't they fuse P Why can't ihey mingle P Why can't they put their horses together P I declare, Mr. Punch, that this mania for asserting Unity of Race puts me in bodily fear...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. f Abridged from the latest papers.)t THE Melbourne Daily News says that the, rage for .* separation " is so strong there, that a num ?!- ¿ri«* . her of. husbands are^uojairing as to the best mode .df'applying1 theJprsh»ipl^io .their.domestic affairs., -rA letter from^Mrs'^Chisholm," published in the Melbourne Herald'^suàes" that numbers of small capitalists are constantly applying to her with(a view of removing'-to Australia.-pr-A hor- rible minder was perpetrated^ Campbelltown on the 20th ultiino,'by[a"man1'na^neil'Richai(Ison, who was employed as sextón^óf Iht^t-hurch. It appears that"Richardson had separated!from his wife, from motives of jealousy,'and, at.-aboiit three o'clock on tlie morning' of the,day named, he entered the cottage where the unhappy woman resided, having armed himself/ with a heavy wood-axe"; he then commenced his work of slaughter, and ruthlessly butcheied his wife, her daughter by a former husband, and the infant child of the latter ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE WEST INDIES. (Times, 6th October) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE WEST INniES.' (Tiroes, CÍA October) We regret to have to announce from Jamaica an alarming accident which bad occurred to his Excellency Sir Charta Edwaid Grey, the Go- vernor, and which, when the steamer left King- ston, it was feared, would prove fatal. It appears that his Excellency .was thrown from a mule, on which he was riding at Highgate, his country residence. The fall was of such a severe nature that his Excellency remained insensible for nearly two hours after he was taken up. DrwBowerbank was attending him at Highgate, and for some time it was found impossible to take off his clothes, so great was the pain caused by any attempt to do so. It had been ascertained that his Excellency had sustained some severe bruises,'had broken a rib, and suffered very much ; and it was further pronounced, after a careful examination by several medical gentlemen, that the spine was dislocated and much injured. The Jamaica Despatch of the 7th September announced that th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

STEAM TO SYDNEY. »THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON J TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, and on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent, H. R. S, N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, GINGERADE AND LEMONADE / - POWDERS. f=pHESE delightful and wholesome summer * drinks can be obtained in any quantities from the undersigned, at the moderate price of One Shilling per dozen. J. TAGGART, North Brisbane. Medical Hall. r*N SALE - FLOUR, ex SECRET. VJ 5 Tons Fine Flour 10 Tons Seconds Flour Apply to GEORGE SALT TUCKER. South Brisbane, Dec. 29, 1848. FOR SALE, <Q£j RAMS, bred by T. N OWL AN, ESQ., V*-* Hunter River. Apply to GEORGE SALT TUCKER. Nov. 3, 1843. COLONIAL BEER. " ' TUST RECEIVED, a supply of " WRIGHTS" ** cf-Icbiatcd " BREW," and on inspection the quality will be found so much improved, that it is wat ranted equal, if not supenor, to any in the colony.-.. Taste and try before you buy." GEO. S. LE BRETON. N.B.-Casks allowed for at invoice puce. T " t CHEAP GRAZING. fPHE undersi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

DIVINE WORSHIP. THE REV. CHARLES STEWART will PREACH fD.V.)m\he COURT HOUSE, NORTH BRISBANE, To-morrow (Sunday), the 18th instant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, and at Seven o'clock in the Evening. SALE BY AUCTION. IMPORTANT TO IMMIGRANTS, SMALL CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. MR T. DOWSE HAS been instructed to Sell by Public Auction,   on the Ground, at Kangaroo Point,   ON MONDAY, THE 12TH MARCH NEXT, At 12 o'clock,   (By order of the Mortgagee,) All that piece or parcel of LAND, situate at KANGAROO POINT, in the county of Stanley, and colony of New South Wales, being Lots 16 and 17 on the Map of Sir Evan Mackenzie's Allotment, having a frontage of 82 feet to Jane-street, by a depth of 76 feet, which said depth is a frontage to Ann-street, being a por   tion of suburban allotment No. 11, at Kangaroo Point, at present in the occupation of Mr. John Payne.     Upon the premises there is a good weather boarded...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

-SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Feb. 12. Aurora, ketch, 16 tons, Correy, from "Wide Bay 10th instant, in«, ballast. Passengers-Five in the steerage. DEPARTURES. '*. v >u, " A ¡ ^ -Feb. 14, Elizabeth Jane, -schooner, .^4o -¿onsV Sterricker, for Sydney;- ,'Passengers "Captain Mallard,Mr. R. Watson, ^Mr. Goggs, Messrs. A. andH. Anderson, ',' and one prisoner. T 16. Clarissa, schooner, 60 tons, Johnson, for Sydney. Pdssengers-Five in the steerage. EXPORTS. Elizabeth Jane.- l8 bales wool, 3 bdles sheep- skins, W. Gray and Co ; 27 bales wool, Goggs ; 10 bales wooI,-ibdles sheepskins, P.,Leslie,-2000, feet pine'Tboards, Watson ; 76 "hides, White ; 5 ches ts-tea, Har ris ; 2 pkges tobacco, 1 case, Dowse. Claftssa: 30 bales wool, TB ; 5 bales wool, C, vCC ; 2 bales wool,_WR ; 1 bale wool, JI ; 8 bales wool," F with CW under ; 15 bales wool, PB ; l8 bales^wool, JJWB ; 9 bales wool, Peterson, (shipper), , . ( , We have received several'communications upon the subject of a shoal, known by the name of...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1849. THE "RIGHTS OF LABOUR." [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

    THE Morton Bay Cou r í e r. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1849. THE " RIGHTS OF LABOUR." WHEN Lamartine propounded his doctrine of the " Rights of Labour," it told with powerful effect upon the minds of his hearers. In the centre of a densely-po- pulated capital-where licentious habits for many ages, and a blind State policy during others, had collected and augment- ed the restless and ambitious ; and where a due provision for the labouring poor was always postponed to the privileges of the rich, or the grasping ambition of the Sovereign personally-a bold proclama- tion of the claims of the hewers of wood and drawers of water to a share in the produce of the land, might well artest attention. The principle involved in the doctrine put forth is undeniable in any part of the world. That the labourer is worthy to receive the full value of his toil, and that the path should be open to him to attain such a position as will give him a voice in his own government, ar...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 February 1849

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) WEDNESDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY. -Magistrates on the,roster: Messrs. North and E. B. Uhr. Present : Mr. Uhr and Dr. Simpson. Edward Lawn was charged with stealing an order for six shillings. As the prosecutor was not present, the evidence of Mr. Martin Byrne was taken. It appeared that the prosecutor and prisoner entered the " Harp of Erin " public-house on the previous night, at about ten o'clock, and the prisoner called for a glass of rum, which was supplied and drunk. On the landlord demanding payment, the prosecutor pulled out of his pocket two orders. Mr. Byrne at the moment happened to turn his back, and immediately heard the pro- secutor cry out that he had been robbrd by the prisoner, who ran away, followed by the prose- cutor. The landlord,' thinking it a ruse to cheat him, started in chase, at the same time giving the hue and cry, which immediately brought up the police, through the vigilance of constable Hodgins. Lawn hav...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

VARIETIES. While a number of lawyers were dining 'at Wiscassct, Me., a few years since, a jolly soul from the Emerald Isle appeared and called for a dinner. The landlord told him he should dine when the gentlemen were done. " Let him in among us," whispered a limb of the law (Albert Smith, we believe), .' and we shall have some fun with him." The Irishman took his seat at the table. " You were not bom in this country, my friend P" " No, sir, I was born in Iieland." " Is your father living P" " No sir, he is dead." " What is your occupation P" " Trading horses, sir." " Did your father cheat any one while here P" " I suppose he did cheat many, sir." " Where do you supposo he went to P" "To heaven, sir." "And what do you suppose he is doing there P" " Trading horses, sir." " Has he cheated any one there ?" " He has cheated one, I believe." " Why did they not prosecute him P" " Because they searched the whole kingdom of heaven and couldn't find a lawyer !" A dabbler in literature and th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

DEVINE WORSHIP. 'PUE REV. CHARLES STEWAilT will 1 FllKACU rn.r.) in the COURT HOUSE, NORTH BRISBANK,' To-morrow (Sunday),-the 23th instant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, and at Seven o'clock in the livening. k " STOC K T O N SÏOR R,"' l SOUTH BRISBANE. A J. and U. HOCKINGS havp just received a * * few more pairs of Gentlemen's Cossack Boots, some very superior Patent Leather Ladies' Shoes, and a vai ietv of other articles. JUST OPENED, A Cask of 1'ickled IIEllRINSS, in primo condition. A. J. .is JJ. HOCKINGS, Stockton Store, South Brisbane, TO CONSIGNEES PER «» EBENEZER." \ CASE, marked T A in diamond, has been **? landed from tho above-named vessel, without consignee or address. Any person claiming it can obtain it by applying to W. CONNOLLY, Brisbane, 23rd February, I8!i>, « ,'i

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ORIGINAL RHYMES. THE WELCOMING. TO THE IMMIGRANTS PER "FORTITUDE." [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

ORIGIN *A:i;- R H Y M E S.' TIÍE WELCOMING. ." ' .* TO THE IMMIGRANTS TER'" FORTITUDE." , « Hail ! strangers, hail ! right welcome to our shore,v We wish you joy,-Eden could yield no more. I Wc bid you welcome to Australia wide, -. t Land of .the sunny clime,-the ocean's pride. > * Land of the azure heaven.-the gorgeous sky, > Of wide-spread fertile plains,and mountains high i Of gentle breezes and salubrious clime,- . t With viles romantic,-and with cliffs sublime.' >' Here a perpetual summer clothes the scene, tAnd wraps our foliage in undying green. Lov'd land of plenty,- land of wealth and ease, / " Lind of the vintage,"-queen of southern seas. No pauper ghosts-here roam in ragged woe, . t Shaking and quaking o'er a path of.snow', < ¡ Not Here do starving crowds throng dense ai d deep,. -« » r < . j To die from hunger,'or to live to weep ; ? ' f Pent up to toil-from morning's earliest ray, i In minc or factory till the close of day,- i Yet after al...

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REPORTED DISCOVERY OF GOLD AT PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

REPORTED DISCOVERY OF GOLD AT PORT PHILLIP. ' WE hasten to apprise our readers of the important discovery'of an extensive gold field in this-pro vince, yielding the virgin metal in such quantities as,,to all appearance, will completely throw Cali- fornia into ihe shade, the particulars of the dis- covery, -as detailed by one of the parties, arc as follows ;- ! ' ..''< 1 '...'J' .A shepherd called some weeks since upon Mr. Brentani, of Collins-street,'with a specimen of a metal which he had found in his wanderings, and which immediately struck Mr. Brentani as being fine gold. He applied for a more accurate assay to Mr. Duchene, also 'of-this town, who at opee pronounced it a fine. specimen of " the root of evil." Mr. Duchene proceeded with the shepherd to the spot, in the neighbourhood of the Pyrenees, and found indications of the metal in very grqat abundance, and extending overa great space. He returned to Melbourne with ore sufficient to yield £100 worth of pure gold, a...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

(NEW; ZEALAND. THE EARTHQUAKES.- The following ¡sa copy of a circular which has been sent to the various Governors in Australasia, for the purpose' of re- assuring the public upon the subject of the late earthquakes at Wellington : Colonial Secretary's Office, Wellington, 18lh DÇe'embcr, 1848. Sir,-I have the* honour to address you on a matter, which, though somewhat unusual as to the subject of official correspondence, you will piobably deem.of sufficient importance to warrant the request I am directed to make in connection with it. - - An impression appearing to haye bren produced in some of the colonies in the neighbourhood of New Zealand, that the consequences of the shocks of earthquake lately experienced here have been of a much more severe character than was really the caBe, his Excellency the ßa,ypino\ -in-Chief considers it to be his duty to take every means in his power to correct that erroneous impression,' and to diffuse, as widely as possible, a knowledge of the actual ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

} Mi SHIPPING INTCLLl'faENClä IFeb. .18. Tamar, steamer, 130 tonsr Allen, from , ¿Sydney 13th inst. Passengers-Lady "" forbes and servant, Mrs. and Miss .Pinnock sand /üvo'Wvants,"*Mr.' F." -Forbes, Mr. Pinnock, Mr. G". A. Scott,' ' "Mr. Oliver, Mr. Wiggins, 'Mr. Haw- , 1 kins, Mr. Coxen,' Mr. White, Mr. D. Coutts, and twenty in the steerage. ' 19. Rose of Eden, schooner, 50 tons, Bar- nett, from Sydney 10th inst., in ballast. 1.19. Ebenezer, schooner, 90 tons, Jones, from Sydney 12th inst. Passengers Mr. Hart, and one in the steerage. DEPARTURES. "Feb. 20. Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Whining, f> - « Mr. Birrell, Mr. J. B. Reid, Mr. Thel well, Mr. Powers, Mr. Edwards, and V . twelve in the steerage. ' 22. Rose of Eden, schooner,50 tons, Bar . nett, for Sydney._ 23. Ebenezer, schooner, 90 tons, Jones, anUstéerage. ^ i * ' IMPORTS.- " ' ' 'Tamar.- 1 ease, 1 box, Beard ; 1 basket', Gra- ham ;'l basket, I case, Pickering; 1 trusj,-l pel, R. J. Smith; 1...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 24 February 1849

'TI-DEítfA'BinS. 'r'ir'ön WAïra AT COVERN^H-NT WUAIIK. M0R.N*. T.V-LN. 11.40 Feb. 24-Saturday. Jj.« 2.5-Sunday ........,.; J.o9 2 10 20- -Monday ... .-i.%..'. 12.27 12.50 " 27-Tuesday..<../..*."12.56 1.2 i - ^-Wednesday.-.-..'.../ 1.20 1.37 March 1-Thursday.*../> 1-55 2.17 2-Friday...'....' 2.Ö3 3.0

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