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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULY 11, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 July 1864
SDöe Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JULYW, 18G1. Du. Samuel, Johnson 1ms said that tho greatest honst of a nation aro its authors, and if this be the case, the chief index to the civilization and enlightenment of a community is certainly the number of those establishments where youth acquires the mental training necessary to au acquaint- ance with these authors. This colony hitherto has not been dilatory in providing snell institutions. Besides ilie primary schools where the first clements aro taught to the young at ¡i small charge, within tlio power uf the poorest lu pay, (he Legisla- ture have provided for ti higher branch ol' education. There is perhaps no act ol' Mr. IIu.'iiiHHT's public career to which lie will hereafter look back with greater satis- faction than his introduction of the Gram- mar Schools' Act. The only institution as yet founded under the Act, viz., that at Ipswich^ lias met with an amount of success, as will be seen by the published reports, which ? must, h...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 July 1864
MARRIED. &nbsp; GEORGE—MACALISTER.—On the 9th instant, at Woodend, Ipswich, by the Rev. Thomas Mowbray, assisted by the Rev. Samuel Wil- son, Isaac Arrot George, Manager of the Bank of New South Wales at Ipswich, to Mary, eldest daughter of the Hon. Arthur Macalister, Secretary for Lands and Works. DIED. FAIRCLOTH.—On the 8th instant, at Booval, near Ipswich, Sidney Clarence, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Faircloth.
TELEGRAPHIC (FROM THE TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. July 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 July 1864
TELEGRAPHIC. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. July 9. GARDINER, the bushranger, has been convicted of shooting at trooper Hosie, with intent to do &nbsp; bodily harm, and has been sentenced to fifteen &nbsp; years imprisonment. For robbery, under arms, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; he was sentenced to seventeen years, in both &nbsp; cases with hard labor. Miller, an insolvent, who recently absconded from Victoria, has been arrested here. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The government have expressed their inten- tion of prosecuting a number of persons for &nbsp; attempting to bribe witnesses who were sum- moned to give evidence against Gardiner. A man named Horsington states that he was &nbsp; offered £300 to do so. Ben Hall has robbed the Cowra mail. Mr. and Mrs. Kean have sailed for California. &am...
COFFEE-AND ITS VALUE IN CASES OF FEVER AND AGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
COFFEE-AND ITS VALUE IN CASES OF FEVER AND AGUE. LivxiEtrs erroneously supposed that- coffeo was first discovered in Arabia Felix. It has been ascertained (lint in Karen aud Cana, in tlio mountainous regions of Africa, south of Abys- sinia, nature first planted it. Hero, also, tlio art of making a beverage from its berries seems first lo hayo been discovered. Gomalodie, a learnod mufti of Aden, became acquainted w ith its x-irt ues on a journey to tlio opposito shoro of Africa ; on His return he in- troduced into tho dcrvises of His convent ns nn excellent means of keeping "thom awako during dovotional exercises. Tho examplo of theso Holy mon brought coffeo into vogue, and its use, spreading from town to town nnd from tribo to tribo, finnlly reached Mecca about tho end of the fifteenth century. There, in 1511, a council of theologians con- demned it, its being contrary to tlio law of Ma homot, on account of its intoxicating Hko wine, and sentenced tlio culprit who should bo found in...
THE TOWN HALL WORKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
THE TOWN HALL WORKS. TO THE EDITOR Ol' THE URISUAXE COVntrR. Sin,-In looking 01 or i oin lsstto of Ibis moin mg I was phased to sio that Mi J Botiint intends taking notion in legiud lo the foot noto m last ¡billin lay s Gttai titan, npponded to nu ni title e\tiiiclul fioin tho Siiildci 'Hutt tho niitci ol Unit note should tnko tho (list oppoi tunilj ollonug to find fault willi the woiks 01 Ihoso coinnltd with them, is not to bo won doted nt, ¡notting-as most do-that a pnpet suppoilulbi tho got eminent of tho dni should nuil at uni wotk not multi tho siipuiision of the nlibialed Colomil Aithittct, cspcunHj nilen the contiiictoi is a ATntoiian, foi somo of the Iouil eonliaitois imagine that nono but thoj can un 11 out ii bull ling 'lliuc is mt old sij nig that fools nish in illino nngils Inn to li end, and no doubl the nulli of that noto will find out tho ti nth of it to his cost I would not hato tiotiblul jou if I lind not been a practnal man liai nig been m busmc«s both hire and in ...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
COHMÊEÎt VIAMjx Courier Offiço, Monday Evening. At auction, to day, 12 allotments of land, situated on tho Mam Ipswich Road nfc Wool- loongabba, South Brisbaüe, were disposed of bj Mr A Martin for Ï148 Hie attendance was good, and the biddings spirited Tho following report uf tho new Internal Revenue Bill, introduced into the Congress nt Washington, is published by the San Francisco Eoemng Bulletin in a télégraphie Suessago, dated Aprd 15 - " The now Internal Rovcnue Bill is ft Completo revision of the Act now lu foi ce, although it re tams the same machinen, with such ímpróio incuts ns experience has show ti hccCosarj It contains 473 sections, 17 of which arc devoted to general provisions, and it is tho longest bill over Introduced into Congress Among tho pro nunont features of tho bill aro the following - In addition to duties payable for licenses thcro is to be paid on ni! «pints di«tilled «old, oi le movod for consumption or .¡ale, if (not proof prior to tho 1st of full, GO cent...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
ABSTRACT OK SALES Bif AUCTION THIS DAY. MR W II IvL^T at li o clock, at Hie Pound Cows willi Gah o MISSES ROGlRSnnl SC 1NL IX at (he Cutciion VuctioiMuit Vit Bim lobicio Glanmire, Gan Iles, lantj Goods, mid Sun dries MISERS DTCIvSOX and DUNC VX at 11 oilotl at thin Auction Mail Bull Vlo MR A MUillV nt 11 o doll at Iho City Auction Moil Wines and Spnils 1 in then M lu l'unit» lion lank« Gioceucs, í.c
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Monday, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Monday, July 11. Bnraimr-9 am Bin omet ci (coirectcd), 30 1.22 thcimoinitci (shale), 56 0 ditto (di} bulb), ju3, ditto (wet bulb), o3 8 forco of wind 1, diiLLtion, S S W , extent of cloud, 7, weather (me Spin Bai omet er (ton ectul), 30 013, thor mouiLtti (»Hule), 70 7, ditto (dil bulb), 70 G, ditto (wet bulb) 03 1 fo io ofwmd, 1, iluee tion, S E , cxtint ol lion I 0 , «nilli I, imo f/'n Llcttui Tilitjiap'i) Winwiok-9am Binomctu (toiicctul), 28 5JI) Ihn momtfu ( hnih.) 17 0 , ditto (ill i bulb) 52, ditto («c1 bulb) 19 0 foi tool «nul 1, dncttion, S L , txtint of c'oud, 0 , «cathu lino "W r\D i\i) Wi iTiirn-9 am Litlon, S W and dull, Ipswich, culm mid dull Lnullci, S C mid dull, loouooinbn i lim and dull, Diniton, F hi > and clouili , Dall)} S and fine SiUM l-9 am rnomelei (loucctcd), 30 101, thcrmouiLlu (shadi) IS 1 ditto (du bulb), 13 0, ditto (wet bulb) 13 I, fono ol wind, 1, dncction, W , extent ot cloud, 0 , weather fine
THE NEW SETTLEMENT AT PORT ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
XEIV SETTLEMENT ALI! AN i'. lar îiifoiinulioti «Inch was cont unod m tho Supplemental) Gazelle on Situuhiy hist, le gut ding tho noi thu n settlement dcsuiis moro than 01 timm) notic , masilladlas towauls it the ci es of mini of Iho restless poll ion ol oui popul ilion mo being cngcil) clncikl 'Hie appointments which huo been nhend) made me wo bclicio sulisfiicloi) Hie) mo few m nttinbei, md mil) bo consideiod mcicli ns Iho pioncois ol mini) olheis so thut the ¡,o\eminent will hine nu outlet loi disposing ot tho ni ni) applicants foi olino willi wInch Hil) mo cou staiitli besieged 'Iho lust appointment m Satin da) s Gazelle is Hint ot Mi llogei Beck woilh Jjufe, who will hold Iho olliccs of Veling Sub Cnllccloi of Customs at Poit Jim chmbioo! i Boil ingham Bin, Police Mngislialo nt Cnuluill, mid Distiiet Begislini for hocking hum Bn Cardwell Mi Leefe b dish iel is (lins ,!_ desuibid m tho Gaze te -"Commencing nt Lam O oh mtei s Point nuil bounded on the noithb) Ila'noi I hu n wnteis...
THE QUEENSLAND FOUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
TUE QUliUXSLAXl) MVUXDllY. Aiiour I ii clio month] ago it binnuc oin pi n saul iluti to unnoiiiiiothcgiuttfiing lint thal oin uilupiising Itllow lownsiiiim Afi V Gunnion of (lit Queensland 1 ouuilij hld tal in the niiissaij slips to inlnigo Ins istiibli«lun ni to a considtiablo extent mid nnpioio mil nil 1 to Hit minns pimousli nt his Diminuid toi Hit ninuiilnctuio and upan ol mnthiuoij ol cuij distiiplion Al (lint (lint tilt ulta was eiitn t nuil thal pioiiiiuu lind bien ina li inlaiiih at n y\uü outlai, to iiisuie the pio Ititi ion ni tlio toloni in a siitisfattoii niiinni i, of ii di stuption of ii omi oik foi wliuli lluio was a dntlt incion«ing deimind und win li in the iib nue of a loimdij ol siilliiunf si/t inQiitins land it lind bun found nu is« in to iinpoit li oin tin u omi oiks m the eoloiins of \m Soulli AVnlos und Arntoi in lhat Ali Gunin on « pi o |iit nouldproioiiiimtiilli siiiiissful theieiould bo no doubt and ii n j nitoiii i^iniint mis ni foidul lum, bul btfoii Hu l...
ROCKINGHAM BAY. (From the Port Dension Times, June 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
ROCKINGHAM BAY. I fj^rdm tlio Port JÛenitan ïimes/ June 20.) Minr conflicting reports having gained cir ,i7iinn relativo to, tho new settlement at Ägham Bay, wo are glad at length, by Kfvolof Mr. Dalrymple in tho schooner MeSlTo bo in a position to give our readers "Ä information edncerning the port and tho road to tho interior. On fte 15th February that gent enan, fccompanied by Messrs. Or. M. ^uharson M Ewart and two black boys, left tho soltlo Sfivith five riding horses, four spare aud T7k horses, and rations for M days, and run-. £ the Rockingham Bay range dowii to its S ead, went round Mound Leach and struck ?n rho W.N.W. The weather was very wet, sud the party had great difficulty in making S «¡j- tliröugh the swamps which cover the country between Mount Leach and Halifax Bar Behind the Rockingham Bay range a «no valley was discovered running down bshrcen it and the Halifax Bay Coast range, XchrunsbackinaAV.N.AV. direction j and Mr Dalrymple hero discovered a fine new rirer Tt...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [IT BLEOTHIO TELEGRAPH.] ¿»RIVALS. July 0.-Foam, brig, from Hobart Town ¡ Sea Nymph, brig', from Port _ Augusta ¡ Willing Lass, schooner, from Circ¿)ur Hoad; Wonga Wonga, s.S., Joscpliino, schoouor, Soila, barque, and Anna and Maria, brig, from Melboumo ¡ Leonidas, brig, from Batavia; Prince Alfred, e.s., from Auckland ; Kembla, s., from, tho Clyde River; Martha, schooner, from Taranaki; JUtani, brig, from Mauritius; Lady Lyttoltol), barque, from the Richmond River j Eliza, schoo- ner, bom Warrnambool. JJEI'AKTURES. July 9.-Fanny Kinail, for San Francisco j Darwent» 'nunter, and Sussex, for Newcastle ; Y«u Ysugtj t.f , for Holbourne ; Mary and Rose, #wlir»l»u*.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 11 BEFORE the Police Magistrate. &nbsp; DRUNKENNESS.—Frederick Moussin, brought up for drunkenness, was discharged, the In- spector stating that the man was suffering from fever and ague ; James Stermer, Joseph James, Alfred Law, Thomas Brennan, and Edwin Har- &nbsp; rison, were each fined 10s. for drunkenness ; Richard Wynne, a notorious old drunkard, was fined 20s., or in default forty-eight hours in the lock-up. DESERTION.—David Rolven was brought up on a charge of having deserted, and refused to maintain, his wife. She however at the last moment refused to prosecute, and he was dis- charged. LARCENY.—Sarah Oldfield was charged with stealing a chair, the property of Messrs. Thrower and Carter, from the South Brisbane Ferry. The evidence was clear against the prisoner, and she was sentenced to be imprisoned for three months in Brisbane Gaol.
TSE ENCOUNTER WITS MORGAN AND DEATH OF SERGEANT MAGINNITY. (From the Wynyard Times, June 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
THE ENCOUNTER WITH MORGAN AND DEATH OF SERGEANT MA- GINNITY. (from the Wynyard Times, June 27.) It is our painful duty to record the death of Senior-sergeant David Maginnity, of Tumbe- rumba, who was, on Friday last, shot dead by tho notorious bushranger Morgan. It appears that early on Thursday, Sergeant Maginnity, accompanied by constable Church- ley, left Tumbarumba for Copabells, a distance of twenty miles. On their return next morn- ing, they encountered Morgan within five miles of Copabells, at about half-past ten o'clock. At this time Churchley was a little in advance of Maginnity, when the latter, seeing Morgan, can- tered up to Churchley, and hurriedly inquired of him who that was. Almost before receiving a reply, he rode smartly up to Morgan's side, Churchley being about fifteen or twenty yards to the rear. Morgan instantly fired at Magin- nity, whose horse thereupon rushed into the bush. At the same time, Morgan's horse took tho opposite direction, leaving Churchley on th...
CORRESPONDANCE. THE TOWN HALL BUILDING. TO THE EDIT0R OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
VOttUESPOlVaEXCB. THE TOWN HALL BUILDING. TO THE EDIT0U OP THE IIIUSIUNE COURIER. Sin,-I think many will agi co with mo in sajmg that the cditoiuil lemaiks in tho Queens land Guardian, of Satin day biat, with îespett to the Jon n Hall conti act, mo as unjust ns un called foi, and I thtnfoie bog to be allon ed a small spite m joui mumal foi Hit cvpicssion of au opinion that I ful toiiftdont eieiyhonist nundid in In idutil mus! cndoise In icfuenio to that lcinaik, "Antill tlio town Hull, no hue hi ni some ugh gi on Is, by those who know, at the liilhu jut j kind of ii oik Hint is being dono in uuijing out (ho couti nit ' 1 ftel soi ii Unit tho tiltloi ol tin G mullían should so fin loi get lum«clf ns to gin cxpiession lo (ho ho snjs 01 she sais of ii elnss whost disnp poinlmint should kid them to ni lit li mun pos issing (hi ability mid pi isovu nilli of oin lo in Hull continuai I will lcaie tho lnnltoi to anv light lliiul nig man to sij nbethel oi not tin lonn Hull, fiom (hi lui nig ...
THE SHIP LEGION OF HONOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
THE SHIP LEGION OF HONOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. Sir,-The Legion of Honor has, at length, been made the subject of an inquiry, but which is carried on in such a manner as to make us &nbsp; &nbsp; poor Britishers believe that its sole object is to torture the witnesses, and victmise those who make complaints. We have had occasion to call at mercantile and other offices in town, and have met with such really kind and courteous treatment that we came to the conclusion that the whole colony were ready to help the new comer-but we were undeceived at the Immigra- tion office. Whatever welcome the colony will give, there you find none. When on boad the &nbsp; vessel we thought the commssioner would be ready to listen to any well grounded complaint about the ship 0r its management When the emigration oflicer came on board the vessel, 0r rather on to the poop -for we have not heard &nbsp; that he visited the main- deck, much less the 'tween-dec...
TELEGRAPHIC. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864
TUiffj MifS ¿î.-fl S°BBEV. (rnojt otra ti nairn mo count 3ro\Dr\T3) Tocwocnrn v Tur Cumin il Asm/is ii cío commenced (hi1 dm rlho taso of Ritihu, the mmdriu of Ali Owen, was the iii it tncil Jlio Attoimí Gc n lal and Ali Goic Tone« appealed on bihalf of the down, und Mr Bliikoiiei nistiiiclid by Mi Robert« for tho pnsonei Hie caséis likili to hut until to monow 'Hie piísoiiois made an altompt last night lo escapo fiom tho gaol, ninth was fiustiatcd Hie building is condemned bi all pin Ins as being in«ccnro SYDXLY Julj 11 The ClaiDiico has ai lived fiom Busbune, and tho Citj of Bnsbano has siulid foi that plan Hie pine of lleo htw nsin 10s Styiiisnie dull MELBOURNE The icai's roi cnut show s n dcfitit of ncnili C200,000, printipallj iinsing in the lund dtpail mint ADEL UDE Failiamont will meet on luosdai A minis lirial crisis is threatened Tup ninetcinth monlldi meeting of the Quitiisliind Building Sonet j was held last ciiumg in tho Sontli s Ollltc, Queen «tuet 'Jin du cetera pi oso...