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

', *'ANI'KD an indu-m-iou* «nil coinpfeiit ; ' person »a llOUSI« nuil PARLOIt M > ll> ii-ph to .Mrs. GOODWYN, Ni.itli brisbane . o e . Q non.sir. e\ ,1 A.Ml-Dan ASsl.VI'xNT mr a eumur . ' stole, n ei-ni| eleni bund in ilr.peu mi.I .locery, App'y by Utter to H. B., office of this papir." Labourer Wanted. N ACTIVE M'N, tt-el. to spade work Appb to A J llfUKTOS. i/MiUCATIU.V- bel ellie Hull«', H.Mimie. i?J \\'< ur the Botonicnl Gardens. Mi-s LK> I EIl'o Se ect Hoarding School for Young Ladies J WO ROOMS 'IO I.RT, Furnished, or Un i furiiisled. with u-o ni linchen, in Quceu srreet. Apply X.t ilice of (Iii- puppr. To Plasterers. ; EVD13RS are required f.r Four Hundred ' Yunis PL t1^ KI! I KG (muro or hr-s) by TliDIHHAY Nl'.Xr, 29th inst Apply B. PORTER. Qut'en-sireet. £1 Eewatd. QTR \YK.D from GKUM W STATION, 1 bnv O horse, star ni f i cheat!, hipped on near side S and a rig, brand, d 00. 15 1 ohesnnt lurse, white face, two while feet, brandi if S H 1 dar!. hi\ colt, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRADFORD WOOL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION. (From the Government Gazette,) DESPATCH. Downing-street, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

BRADFORD WOOL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION. (From thu Oat* mutent Gazelle,) ÜliüI'ATOIl. Dowiiing-strcct, Mnv 23. Sin,-I li iiismit to j on beiewith, copies of ti unic-pon knee bi tween tin boaid ol ti ide mil this dc| nrtment, on tho subjectif i rommunicitiiu fioiu Mi Itiplej, the PICM kut if (IK Chambci of C milieu e at Bl id lind, nul ol an addiess from the Wool Sup I ly Association ol the Biudfoid and Ilalllux Chum! ci of Commeree, to all pal lies mtei sted in the growth of colonial and foreign \ools Mr Kinley is desirous that the ¡ni ircss togeihir with prppartd Mimpk» ol w ml, should be disseminated through her Mujtstj's Consuls and Governois to' all places from which wool is expotttd to this e untrj. I enclose, theiefou, with this eut nspoiidcnce, the paekots in tended foi tin olony under jour government, and I have to n quest that you will give pubhcitj i the faets coutained in the addiess, aa sug gested by the board oi trade I have, &c, NEWCASTLE. Governor Sir G. F. Bowen, G....

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

Steam to Sydney. rfMIK YARRA. YARRA frrm 1 Hie A.&. N Oo.'n New "" Wharf, on WKDNrSDAY $&Ër§3ziP next, 28tli inst,, at U o'clock. *»Äl*J--' Gfc,ü. JJ. WKHH, Agent. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. SHAREHOLDERS nro hereby informed that on and after THURSDAY, the 27th June, the Deed of Settlement of the above Com- pany will lio for signature at the office ot D. P. ROBERTS, F sq., Solicitor to the Company, Queen-street, Brisbane. By order of the Board of Directors, JOHN STEPHENS. SoTetary. FAIRFIELD HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE. JOHN M'OABE, formerly of (ho Commeroia! Hotol, South BrMi.me, havis«: opened the nbovo houso for Public Accommodation, humbly hopes that his friends, boil) in town and country, will favor him with (ut least) u portion o the patronage they formerly so literally accorded to him- ." , - ,T ti J. M'C. pledge' himself to have al« ays onlumd Wine«, Spirits, Mall, and Cordials of the best and choicest description he can piocure. 1 JOHN M'OA...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

Commercial Intelligence. AT Mr. A. Martin's usual weekly sale, on Saturday, thcro was"* a full attendance, and average prices realised. Messrs. Trundle and Cameron sold, on Saturday, horses (good hacks) at £20 to £27 10s. Also, general merchandise, at fair prices. Messrs. Hopkins and Crawford, sold, on Saturday, horses, vehicles, nnd harness at lull rates. Also, m tizo, slightly damaged, at 48. Cd. par liusuel. SYDNEY, MABKETS. # By the Yarra Yarra wa have advices from Sydney to the 21st instant. From the daily 1 j journals wc talco the following notice of the markets : Since our last weekly commercial review tho mail by the Salsotto has put us iu possession of English intelligence to the latter end of Juno. Tho total declared value of exports from tho United Kingdom is slightly in ex- cess of that of tho previous month, tho in crcisc arising fiom the continued shipments of drapery goods for the approaching summor season, In most articles of gonoral mci chandisc, shipments have been...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 August 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BRISBANE VOLUNTEERS.-No. 1 COMPANY. A further examination of the candidates for the two vacant lieutenancies in this company took place on Saturday last before Lieutenant Colonel O'Connall, and Lieutenant Seymour of the 12th regiment, at the conclusion of which the Colonel stated that it was the opinion of Lieutenant Seymour and himself that the two most competent were Serjeant Skyring and Mr. Fewings. THE TELEGRAPH.-The Tenterfield Chronicle says :-The extension of the northern line was completed to the boundary on Friday, the 2ßth July, and, singular to relate, the Queensland survey was finished upon thesame day, the Queensland surveyor, Mr. Austen [query, Butcher ?] and the New South Wales inspector of telegraphs, Mr. Bellhouse, ar- rived at the boundary of the two colonies within a few minutes of each other. The in- spector arrived in town on Friday last, on his final tour of inspection down the line. He expects to have the whole of the line from the junction...

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SLY GROG SELLING, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

SLY GROG SELLING, &c. t SIR,-There have boen many rumours and reports circulated about this quarter for tho last five or six weeks, respecting a number of petty thefts and robberies, and a bullock driver is still confined in the lockup here, awaiting some evidence against bim tespert ing Air. Watts' box of clothes. Ho also stands committed for stealing bullock yokes. Thor« is one thing should not be kept hidden from the publio. Simo short timo past Air. Ferrett, in his place in the Legishtive As- sembly, obtained the'sum of £600 for a patrol of three mounted troopers, to parade I through the Maranoa district, to check the illicit, salo of grug-a traffic, said by Air. Watts to ho carried on to au enormous ex- tent. Mr, Watts states, however, that the spirits are carried over the front:.'!- from New S mtb Wales,-an «ssrruen tina i- n-dy imaginary, as it is a well-known fact i hal tho spirits ave carried from our own capital by cnrriers,*and that these spirits are sup plied by ...

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THE HORSES OF THE PAST SEASON. No 3.—EUCLID. (BY OUR SPORTING CONTRIBUTOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

"T-'THE HORSES OF THE PAST SEASON. .,i ,i ? , ' No 3.-EurLTD. (BY OUR SPOUTING CONTRIBUTOR,) EÜCLID, the subject of our present memoir, Js a bright chest nut "elding,and stands about ?151 hands high. His gencial appenrnnre betokens a well-bred horse, and there is a good deal of the racer about him. Euclid, , after a cbecquered career in New South Wales, was imported to this colony by Mr. Tait, a few weeks previous to our Champion Eace, his last appearance in the sister colony being at the Randwick Autumn Races of ' this year, when, being notoriously out of condition, his running, as may bo supposed, was anything but first-class. Thinking no doubt, however, that the company he would have to contend with in our colony would not be of such a first-class character, Mr. ' Tait'purchased bim with a view of bringing 'him out at the North Australian Annual Races, from which date I vshall endeavour to trare his performances. The Queen's Plato of 100 sovs., three miles was the event chosen fo...

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THE IPSWICH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

THE IPSWICH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. SIR,-Our friends in Ipswich do not seem to mulei stun! quite what Mr. Sullivan meant l\v his amendment. The Catholics have raised, it would seem, £2000 for a ..ebonl up there. That is, if they have not actually paid the money, they have put down-their nnmos for this amount. They have made lorinnl application to the Colonial Secretary Tor a grant, in terms of the act. ; lui' ii would appear, from a remark of Mr. O'Sullivan's at that meeting, that-, their ap- plication has not been no-it i vely refused (in writing, that is to say). They are still of opinion that they can claim a grant in terms of the act. When the other religious bodies in Ipswich move in the matter, it is inde- pendently of the Catholics ; that is to say, tbov are willing to accept the transfer of the £2000 of subscriptions, or to do without it. Air. O'sullivan supports their two reso- lutions, which lay down that the time has come for a Grammar School to be estab- lished, and that the mee...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

Comm ea-cSaî ^DrtellliRcnee. IN'"' BTIS ^P01-'" tne sa'° ft* »action, at lus roon lgi 0f ma¡z0 {rom jjs> to äs. 4d. per bnsliol; J .'j boxes raisins, from 2Ad. to 3d. per Iii. ; 10 c- ,;'t_ diecse^d. to Gd. per 1b. ; 15 ewt bacon, ô jti to 7fl por lh . i,"tter) ls> 1(i. pol. lu.; top ether with a quantity of furniture, drapery ^ aw\. sum],-iCS) -wlïïcîi realised fair prices. Also, by private sale, allotment No. 1 °| *j iction 36, situate at the corner of Albort andí Alice streets", for £100; allotment No. 3 p." I1 ian of subdivision, portion 1Ü7, Wickham ?Ier mea for £120; an allotment in Herbert- s'1' act, Wickham Terrace, for £->0; ona good »J -ck for £14;iand a quantity of hardwood at 1 is. per hundred feet. ' ' ' ' ' '

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DALBY. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

DALBY. g (FROM A COIUOSI'ONDOTT.) it AUGUST 20. TnE NATIONAL Scnooi..-A meeting of the local patrons, and others interested in the school, was held at the school-room on Piiday last, J. P. Bell, Es-q , presiding. The chairman, having stated that ho undeistood that sotno pressing business had necessitated the convening of the meeting, called upon the teacher for a statement, from which it appeared that the promises were totally in- adequate to the requirements of the national scholl, and that a rosidenco for tho teacher was absolutely à pressing necessity. From his statement we find that such is the inte- rest already excited in favor of the school, that pensons who hithcito have not taken any active part in the well-being of the school, are now prominent in offering their assistance. After some discussion, the fol- lowing business resulted :-" That this meeting is unanimously of opinion that money will bo required to enlarge the pre- sent premises, and that the secretary of the lujp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

MELBOURNE MARKETS., c i J.''rom Mclboinnu ive have papers to the '- t "14th infctnnt" _ Tho Age says: » « . The' import "market still remains com- paratively inactive, although lather 'moro business has been transacted than,for some days,pnst. The news by tho mail docs not .appear to have c ccrciscd much influenceton business matters, quotations remaining much tho same Holders of blandy are, however, vory firm, and no further decline booms pro- bable. MartcU's dark has boen quitted at 10s. Gd., at three months, and Vino Growers' palo at 11s. 3d: A few lots of flour, country biyinds, have clmngcd bauds at £15, but breadstuff's continue to move off rathor slowly. Half-crises of geneva hove boon done at Gs. 4èd., and Byass's stout at ila. Gd.. There have boon a fcwspeculativo cnqitiiicb for tobacco, but -we have heard of no transac- tions worth reporting, Some TOO boxes of full weight candles have bean placed at from Is. Id. to is. 2d por,lb fand 200 fiikins of Jionan's i butter, in cl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

'TO ADVERTISERS. VÍ7E uiiist ngain call attention to the rule of our »i Oflice, viz, to ¡iiNeit N0 ADVERTISE- MENTS li- ni non-oub cribéis utile.-s accompanied bv the CASH. RESIDENTS TN TOWN arc cautioned against piircliiining copies of this paper from the RUNNERS, since the hitter have no authority to sell, mill anyone who buys from thom is un cnnsciiiiisly abetting the liovs in thievery.

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

ADELAIDE MARKETS. "Our dates from Adelaide uro to the loth instant. The Register gives the following roport of the markets: The flour mnrkot, sinco our hist report, has «gain been vory quiet, and prices of last week scarcely maintained. We now quote country bvnnds at from £12 10s. to £12 lfls., and town brands about £13. The sales of tho past week have been smaller than thoy have-been for tho last two or three weeks, "and just now ^vc can see nothing to lead us to suppose that there is any likelihood of improvement at present. Wheat has maintained its price very fairly .luring tho week. The quantity offering has been very limited, mid very little lim chtmsred li.in.ds. The delivery of tho largo quantities sold last week has, of course, occupied con- siderable time, anti the district roads have hardly begun lo feel thu benefit of the present fino weather-both causes having, no doubt, a'good doal to do with the small quantity offering. Wo continue to quoto ffs. 7d. as the price for pa...

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BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DATE. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORUBCTKIl TO DAT«. WINKS AND SrmiTS. £ 8. d. £ s. d. Brandy, MhrtoH's ]ier gal. 0 12 ii to 0 13 G Do. llencssy's do. 0 12 <> .. 0 13 0 .Do. United Vineyard do. 0 11 0 ». 0 11 6 Do. best brands, in cases, .. per dozen. 1 5 0 1 12 0 Do. infoiior do. do. 0 15 0 " 1 5 0 Rum, WL, 30o.p. pergal 0 4 c " 0 3 0 Whiskey; good do. 0 5 0 " o e G IDo. in case, ]ier doren ... 0 10 0 " 0 l8 0 Geneva, .TDKZ, or key, 4 gal. case . 0 17 0 » 0 l8 G Old tem, best brands per . dozen . 0 15 0 " 0 17 0 Poit, good quality per cal. ö 0 11 0 " 0 IG 0 Shorty, do. do. ü 0 10 0 " 0 13 0 Do. per dozen *j) 1 1C 0 " 2 2 0 Champagne, do. ... 1 10 0 " 2 10 0 Claret do. p* 1 5 0 " 1 13 0 Hock, do. 1 10 0 " 2 10 0 Australian CÍ.iret,*qi ts.... 1 12 0 " 0 0 0 Do. do., pints . 0 17 0 " 0 0 (J Au* AM) Pourra. Ale, Bass's No. 3. .J 0 0 " 9 r, 0 Do. in case, |ier dozen ... 0 10 0 » 0 12 0 Poi 1er, flood per ligd. ... 4 10 0 .. 7 0 0 Do. in ease per iloacn ... 0 11 ti .. 0 13 G Fi/nm,...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

^l'eeîiïy ©¡»¡««MO'WS lira« WATFR AT BRISBANE. SUN. Days. Dale. A orn. After. Rises. Sets. WerlncMhiy ... TluirsdhV. Aug. 27 28 19 30 31 Sept. 1 o 4 12 4 54 5 30 fi 22 7 8 7 AG 4 32 5 11 G 0 G -U 7 30 S £0 G 24 6 23 G 21 tí 19 G 13 6 17 G IG 5 40 5 41 5 41 f* 42 5 12 S 43 fi 44 Saturday. 8 42 9 G

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

«ftlpayinir ImeMicence« "TaRTfarra Yatra will leave for Sydney, to-B .lorrow .(Wednesday) morning, at 11 o'clock. STEAM TO IPSWICH -Leaving tbe A.SN.. Co.'s .wharf - tho Ipswich, to-morrow, at half-| last 1 «o'clock ; and on Fri.hiy morning at 6 o'clock . The Francis George, schooner, complete d her ^ballasting yesterday, and will ¡sall for the '"Tweed ¡River to-day. A brlgomine, name unknown, crossed tin » bar ¡and anchored inside on Siimluy evening ; up fe ilnst might there was no further report of her .from lytton. "RUNAWAY SAII-OHS FIIOM THE JIANOKKTOK -A '.tele- gram, which will be found in another column, was yesterday morning rereh ed by tho Collector of Customs, from tho Tide ?mrveyor at Lytton, i rtat ïng that three of the five Bailors who luid run i iway from the Mangerton, had got on shore from Peel Island, anil had given such a report, ol' the w¡ ly in which the other two h nd left the Uland, as to c »use great fears for their safety. .Mr. Thornton in itne iliately teleg...

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THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S NEW STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM ' NAVI- GATION COMPANY'S NEW STEAMERS; Tho following additions to the fleet of tins cntorpiising company aro oxpeetcd shortly to» »rri ve from 33 n glan d : 1. Tho paddle steamer Diamantina, fitted ?with Rowan's patent engines and boilors, regarding which so much intcicst is felt ; tho expected saving in fuel being so grout, as, in the event of'the favourablo experiments which have aliculy been made being con fiimcd by subsequent experience, to effect quita a revolution in »team marine. The immense saving of fuel will bo best under- stood by rcfei enco to tim last trial of tho engines and boilers of the Diamantina, as shown in the diagram taken on that occasion foy R. Stevenson and Son, by whom they were constructed:-Average, power per indicator, lSU'KII.P. ; consumption of coal per hour, 210 lbs. ; consumption of coal per indicated horse- power per hour, 1-23 lbs. This vessel is intended, wo understand, fon the lin'j l)utwceti Brisbane and tho northern ports ...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY (YESERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CO11RPSP0NDKNT.) ^T(.ND^Y (YICSTEHPAY), Tniî Church of England meeting to toke steps towards the liquidation of the debt upon St. Paul's, took nlaee in the school room on Thursday evening. The Bidiop of Brisbane presided, and commenced the meet- ing with prayer. Ile then remarked upon the importance of the object. Owing to the high price of building mnlerials, and the high rate of wage, St. Paul's bud cost £4700, of which £2100 temainod unpdd. The greater part of what lind hilheito been raised, consisted of the contributions of the wealthy, but he hoped to see all per-ons take their share, for such offerings should bo made with the view to enable everv person to take a strong personal in'tre.st in the church building. Although in a difficult position, it wa« ¡»realty to the credit of the Ipswich people that they h id put up such a building; and if they really found, after try- ing, that they could not pay off the debt, they would then have some claim upon the ...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COUItT. MONDAY.-Before the Mayor and T. S. Warry, Esq. James JosopU Henry, Philips Clayton, Joseph Fisher, and Francis Salisbury, charged with drunkenness, were admonished and discharged, it being the first offence, and each having undergone some hours'incar- cération.-George Povitt, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s., or, in default, 24 bonis' imprisonment.-Thomas Hall, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was fined 10s., or 24- hours'ira prisonment. There was a charge against the same prisouor for assaulting some of tho crew of the Yarra Yarra steamer, but no one appearing to prosecute, it was dismissed. THE DARLING DOWNB CLUB.-We under stand that arrangements aro pending for the formation of a club of the above name in Toowoomba, and that the club will make application to obtain the premises known as the Hoy ni Hotel, at present occupied by Mr. Mole. It is proposed the outrance fee for members joining tbu club bo £15 15s" with an annual subs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 August 1861

Northern Assurance Company. CAPITAL, £1.259,7C0. Annual Revenue over £500,000.-Invested Fund, £45-1,675. I S1' N'SURANOES effected at current rates of prem um. ' Medical Referee : fir. nobbs, Brisbane. ¡J. & G. HARRIS, i Agents. Brisbnnp, Ififil | EIRE INSTTÄAKCE. Office,-Corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets Sidney. Incorporated by Act of Council, l8 Vic, 1855 DNEY IvSURANflE COMPANY. Capital. Í2Ó0.000. DIRECTORS : RICHARD jnvm, h^q , Chairman THOMAS HOLT, l'm>., Depiity-Chairraan S D GORDON, Esq. JOHN F\tRF\X,liBn. M.E. M URN IN, Esq. T. C. BREILLAT, Esq. SURVEYOR : JAMES HUME, Esq. SEORBTARY : Mr. JOSEPH DYER. The Sydney Insurance Company issues policies for protection against fire, foi sums ranging Irom £100 to £10.000. The Subscribed Cap toi is £250 000, with unlimited liability of a lorge and wealthy colonial proprietary. The rates of inRurnnce range from 3s. per cent, to 6s 6d. tier cent., for brick or stone dwellings ¡ and from 4s Gd to 12s. Gd. per cvnt., fur. brick ...

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