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NEW SOUTH WALES. (from the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

NEW SOUTH WALES. (from the A #. Serald.) Tia FOCBTH of JTOY.-The oighty-eighUi .««arv of American Independonco w8s SXdVtcrday 0TBnfa8 * ? ^ at£° HoÄdnural Hotel, Macquarie-place. Be S ftfty^d Bixty gentlemen, of whom the Scr nSnber were eitSer natives or naturahsed Ä of the United States, sat down atta Ä M «* «cellent dinner provided by Mr. v S The chair was taken by the American A Mr Lmenworth, attdtfie rice-cha* by tbTex consul, Mr. Merill. On the right of the iti^m was Mr. John Robertson, the'late SrX Lands, and on Ids left was Mr. Ke Coppin. Amongst the party were the Suis of the Americon ressols at present m Ä. Tb« room was gaily decorated with Zl cdnspicudtls amongst winch was the " Strangled Bannor" On »Ho conclusion of tlio repast, at the request of the clinirnlnn, Mi*. Mdrtiflier rend the Declaration of Independence, T,0 chairman thon called on the company to Ärink "The day wo celebróte-" mid lho-tonst "as received with great enthusiasm. Tho rice chnirroan, in proposing tho...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

THE COURIER PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1864. The complaints which have been made       by various passengers who recently arrived   by the ship "Legion of Honor" as to the   misrule which prevailed on board that vessel, have had the effect of re-opening a   subject which we trusted ere now had been   closed. We hoped that the accounts which have arrive in the mother country in Reference to various emigrant vessels would   have had the effect of inciting our agents at home to exercise a larger amount of cir- cumspection, and that for the future the ships coveying emigrants to Queensland would be commmanded by gentlemen of irre-   proachable character, and that the male   and female emigrants would be entrusted to     the care and supervision of medical super-   intendents different from the stamp which &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

... _^_,_Auction Strie».-- - - - THURSDAY, JULY 14. VERY HANDSOME ENCLOSED BUGGY PHAETON FOR ONE HORSE DITTO FOR TWO HORSES DOG CART. ARTHUR MARTIN has received instructions to sell by auction, at tho City Auction Hut, on THURSDAY, July 14, at l8 o'clock, barp, ? A Tery handsome Enclosed Buggy, equal to new A One-Horw Phaeton A London-built Two-Horso Phaeton, equal to new , And' a capital. Dog Cart, with lamps, cushions, &c., complete. Xfee abovo will,bo sold at 12 o'clock sharp. Terms-Cash. 431 THURSDAY, JULY 14. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. , ARTHUR MARTIN will sell by auction, at the City Auction Mart, on THURSDAY, July 14, at 11 o'clock, r A quantity of new and second-hand Fur- niture, comprising ? Single and Double Iron Bedsteads Chest Drawers, Cedar Wushstands' Toilet Tables, Toilet Glasses Cedar Chairs, covered in hair cloth Sideboards, Pianoforte Towel-airers, Couches, Arm Chain , Cedar and Pine Tables Kitchen Furniture And a largo rnriety of sundries. Terms- Cash. 430 SATU...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

D PHIALS for SALE. - STKONELL and BUCKLEY, General Salo Rooms, Edward street_G17G OORS, SASHES, CASEMENTS. Gene- ral Snlo Rooms, Ed« nrd-strcot. G177 LOCKS mid CONCERTINAS for SALE nt tito General Side Rooms, Edwnrd strcct._0178 TORRIFIED AMBER PIPES. The only pure sample in tho colony. General Sale Rooms, Edward-street. G170 ROCKHAMPTON STONE LIME. WANTED to bo known, Hint I hore made most complete arrangements for having a never-failing supply of the above nlw ays on hand, al greatly reduced prices, best quality. JAS. CAMPBELL, Creek-strcot. N.B.-Wanted to buy all tho empty corn and flour bugs in Brisbano. <1S07 SEED POTATOES. SUPERIOR Circular Henel and Warrnambool SEED POTATOES, constantly on hand at TH. UNMAG'K'S 311 Produce Store, Qucen-slrcot. DRAYS-TILT CARTS. ' 370UR Lnrgo Superior Sydney TOAVN : DRAYS,' and two ditto TILT CARTS, on SALE to arrive. Tn. UNMACK, 312 Produce Stores, Queen-street. A AVOLLONGONG BUTTER. FEW KEGS TO SELL, at Ton Penco per lb. TH. UNMAC...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

MBWMXG. ARRIVAL. July JO.--Diamond, schooner, from port un- known. DEPARTURE. July 11.-Cyclone, schooner, 98 tons, Cap- tera Duncan, for the Richmond River, in ballast. CLEARANCE. July 11.-Era, schooner, 31 tons, Captain Tubbs, for Maryborough via Mooloolah, in ballast - IMPORTS. Atlantic, from Melbourne: 3 packages tea, 46 hogsheads beer, 55 bags coarso salt, OG bags fine »alt, 40 cases kerosene, 3 cases oil stores, IO ken pearl barley, 1 case pepper, 10 case« pro VMKras, 4 casks blacking, 3 bales corks, 1' ' package bags, 5 cases bacon, IO caaes cheese, 10 cases blue, 119 bags »alt, £40 bags potatoes, Brabant and Co. ; 5 hogsheads 10 quarter-oaaks brandy, Webb and Sons ; 232 casks asphalte, Henderson and Co. ; 1 bundle step», 0 carriage jacks, 3 packages, II. Box and Son ; 43 packages doors and sashes, 3 cases glass, 5 packages galvanised iron, R. Hutchins,- 19 kegs 12 packages paints, James lang ; 10 barrels currants, G Hogsheads 8 qunr ter-casks rum, 20 cases pickles, 6 cases sa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION W COMPANY. ^Hfca. mHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS "_SS¿ J- I/AND, Captain. Cobphet, SFleaVe for MARYBOROUGH, GLAD- STONE, ana BOOKHAMPTON, on TUES- DAY July 19. J8 ' JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. TJSTRALASIAN STEAM.NAVI GATION COMPANY. STEAMTOSYDNEY. -Tim TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, July 13, at 2 p.m. For MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, ant\ BOOKHAMPTON. - The YARRA YARRA, THIS DAY, July 12, at 1 p.m. No advance in ratos. Goods recoivcd not later than noon. 10 Mo BWSBANE, This Day, TUESDAY, July 12, at 1 p.m. The IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, July 13, at 5 a.m. , The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, July 11, at 5 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, FRIDAY, July 15, at 5 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, July 16, at 6 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. SHIP "LEGION OP HONOR," FROM LONDON. 1HE nbovo Vessel will bo reported . at tho Custom _ Houso 'J.UIIS ___JÏ>AY. Consignees are requested to pass Entries, arrango for Lightorago, und pro tciit Bills of Lading to tho undersigned ni once. All Goods ...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

snip MAILS. Tho mails for Maryborough, Gayndah, Glad- stone, Rockhampton, and Port Denison, per the Yarra Yarra, will be made up mid closed ul the General Post-Ofilco this day, us under : For registered lettors at li n.m., and for «thor letters and newspapers at 11 30 a.nt. The moils for New South AVales, A'ietoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, per the Tele- graph, will bo modo up and closed at the Gene- ral Post-Ofllco to-morrow (Wednesday), as under : For registered loiters nt 11-30 a.m. ¡ for ordinary lottcrs at 1230 a.m. ; and for news- papers at? noou The late fee mail for Sydnoy and Molbourno only will be closed at 1 p.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 12 July 1864

MR. SIRCOM, LICENSED SURVEYOR, ' Mason's Victobia Hotel, QUEEN-STREET. 512 MR. LE GOULD, O.E., Licensed, Surieyor, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. Lands Surveyed and brought witliin tho Pro visions of the Real Property Act of 1861. S. C AS TO N, Wholesale and Retah Stobbkeepeb, Wine & Spirit Merchant, GAYNDAH. Established 1357. pu on's GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, QUEEN-STREET, (Next the School or Abts), BRISBANE. Publisliing Office of tho Queensland Almanacs. 8878 SADDINGTON & SONS, M'HOM-SALi: BOOT, SHOE, LEATHER, AND GRINDERY STORE, , 03 YOIIK-STIIEI'T, SYDNEY. 85143 JOHN KEEP, » Wholesale Ironmonger, 16, l8, 20, B.irruck-streot, SYDNEY. Bar Iron and Stcol Merchant, Oils, Paiuts and Colors, Amoricnit Goods. OLD BRISBANE STORE. JOSEPH HOGAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DbAMB, G.110CEE, AND IRONMONGER, Slnnlcy-Btrcet, Stanley Quay, South Brisbane. G. W. M'KEAND, AuCTIONKKIt, Real Property & Pastobai, Estate Agent. Sales Room and Office : Quccn-strcct, adjoining _ the Treasurj'...

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ACTIONS FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

ACTIONS FOR LISEZ. AYf aio indebted to n cotempoiaiy for afTord nig us somo uifoimahon in conncetion «ith an action foi libel «ith «Inch ho has been threat cued AYo do not «i-.li the couilcsv to bo allon his «ide and then foi o publiih for his edification a shoit coirespondenco íelativo to an action «Inch wo «eie nifoniied «ould bo brought against the piopuetoi of this journal, but «Inch has since been « lthdravni It 1« as follows - " Brisbane, Jul\ 0, 1SG1 < T B STsnrr»~ E»q, " Com 1er Oillce "Dein Sn-I am nistiucled bv Sir Eicdk Coopoi of this eih to npph to jon for tho name of tho «iitei of the lines appeal mg ni} oin i«sue of tho 1th instant headed " ' Moio AYicked AVillau} , an Episode m tho OfHcml Careel of a. Longfello« ' "If tins should bo refused, I am instructed to pieparo a criminal information against} ou as pubhshoi A rcpl} is expected immediately "Yours fmh 'Jmrs r G-uvrick" In answer to tho abov e, tho annexed reply was sont on tho samo da} from this Odlco ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

SUMMARY FOR EUROPE. TUE COURTF.IVS MONTHLY SUM- MARY for transmission bv the out-going English Mail will be published on SATURDAY MORNING NEXT. 533° Posted to tiny address for fivopenco.

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THE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

THE NATIONAL SYSTE3C EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR Or THE 11RISUAXE COURirR. Sir-Aciiiiilni lettoi fiom tho pen of ' T AV Biiabanc appealed in }Oiu columns a few da}s a¿o condemning in no mcusuicd tunis tho «}btcm ot ÎMitionnl 1 ducnlion An othci " Ldwuid a bishop loo, in a binall «ni I picsumc comes to tho ic»cue and enden01 s to show that in the lcnsonnig of the foi mel llieio aie sundi} flaws mid fillicica' All this scorns ici} uileie ting and must pioiougicat ichef lo thoso v ho mc siuTcimg ennui foi want of something now It is not ni} piesent lulcntion to show which of the Edwaids is concct but to mention some luinouis of a ion distic sing kind lb-it baie i cache 1 nie within tho last few da} s linne been told that an attempt «as lindo to get up n school at tho Pmo Mount un, mulei cciiuin «eil known auspices, and unconnected «ith tho Bonid îsu}, molo, I bin o been fmtlici m foiined thut at AVoogaioo and Milton, two schools liai o been established oi oio about to be established, mill...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

ABSrRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS DICKSON Ä, DUNCAN, at 11 o'clotk, nt then Auction Mait Ale m bulk, Cheese, Household Furniture and Sundi les MR A MARUN, at 11 o'clock, at the Citj Auction Alni t Building Lots in Boundain sheet, Main Ipswich Road, and on River Tenace, F111113 at Bulnnbi, and Leaso of Allotment 111 Inn sheet

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TELEGRAPHIC. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) NEWS TO THE 4TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

'A'¡nr,E9i ha i» a tv. ARRIVAL OP TIIE ENGLISH MAIL, (mon oca Tixcaniriiio cou¡in3PoxDi:>¡T3.) NEWS TO THE 4tii JUNE. liiL ¿leitei poition of the fullui ing ip pt ne 1 in a stolid Fdition of tho Oom ia I ubhsh 1 j esleí Hj it 12 n0 p ni lui Lmgatnt =tennci ^lth the Miy mills limul at Ykluidi list night al midnight Hu It M S Mid is mined at Kuy Gloi^l's Sound on the 7th Hist Hie Much nmib weio (klmicd m London ontlieldtli and 17th M ty Hu Mijcst^ is ni good hcilth nil his bel 1 mot hu Com t i lio Punce an 1 Pimccss of AVnlcs mc aequni ig gmt popul uitj Gem.ul Pctl s hoist Pim Athol has won the two thousand Guiue is Stil 0s Gmbil li ilUunul to Italj m tho Du1 l of Suthci linds j icht i he Duke w is fete I at Nip'es foi his hospitality to Guibaldi dining his 11^,1 dence in Ln0I md Ihe liencli Government Imc puichased the&ieitl ia em ml will emploj Iili in lajin,' tliL Vii m io Gibk Auot'iu disuasión Ins til ci phee m Pilli iment ni ioIliliicl to the Ni v A il nul AVu Confisc...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The following " lively" sceno is roportcd by tho Queensland Times to 'hnvo takoji placo at a mooting of tho Municipal Council on Monday last :- ' . The council mot yesterday at thirtoen minutes past threo o'clock, when tho Mayor, Aldormcn Clune, Pettigrew, Shenton, and Chubb wcro present. - ' ... On the minutes of tho previous meeting being read. Alderman Pettigrew said ho had one or two Words to say before they were confirmed. Tho Mayor said that unless tho minutes were incorrect thoro should bo no discussion, for it was becoming the custom of somo aldermen not present at the previous meeting to discuss tho same questions over again. Alderman Pettigrew was glad to seo that that course had at last been determined on ; but seeing that it had been-allowed on former oc- casions, ho wanted to ask ' whether what was dono at tho hist mooting The Mayor : You ought to have been here. I won't'allow any discussion now. Alderman Pettigrew said thoro must bo some- thin...

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DIARY MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

ML MOU AN DA TILL M.XT PüllIIi IIicli Waurn» ll.ir 13 | Wciln Mom - lilli, July 10, 4h. 48m. p in

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

SHIP MAILS. The moils for Now South AVales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, per the Tele- graph., will be made up and closed at tho Gene- ral Post-Office this day (Wednesday), as under: For registered letters at ll-30 a.m. ¡ for Ordinary letters at 1230 p.m. ; and for news- papers at noon The late fee mail for Sydney and Melbourno only will be closed at 1 p.m.

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. MORETON BAY.-ADDITIONAL BUOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

NOTICE TO MARINERS. MORETON BAY.-ADDITIONAL BUOYS. Thp following additional Buo^ s are now placed in tho Southern portion of Moleton Bin - 1 Black Buo}, m ten feet at low watei, off tho shoal to the north cast of King Island Bearings, King Island south w est half south, half a milo distunt 2 Black Buoy, in six feet at low water off the spit on the cost side of the entronco to Woggon Cieok Bearings, Cleveland pier end south cast half south, shaft sugar works south west b> south 3 Black Buoj.m five ftct at low wntei, to north eastward of rocks oil Cloi eland Point BdanngB, pier lights south west half Boutb, no coblo distant By order of the Marino Board, G. P. Heath, Lieut. ÏÎ.N., Portmastor. Port Office, July 11th, 18G1.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SHIP LEGION OF HONOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

VOItnESlPOlVJiKKCBù. ¡SHIP LEGION OF HONOR. TO ThE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. Sir,-As you have afforded the public a view of the management, or as you term it the want of management, on board the ship Legion of Honor ; and as one side of a tale is always good until the other is told, I venture to hope you will permit me to unfold the other side, and in so doing I think the impression your remarks have made will in some measure, at least, be removed from the minds of your readers. In the first place, you remark that charges of a most serious nature have been made against the surgeon superintendent. What do you mean by "serious nature?" and who are those that have laid them ? I was advised of all that was laid against me up to a late hour yesterday afternoon, and nothing more than a few com- plaints of anything but a serious nature were made against me, although all the depot were invited to make complaints, and some were there who cannot be numbered among my friends ; and who ar...

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

PETTY DEBTS COURT. A number of Petty Debts Cases, adjourned from the previous day, were further adjourned until Tuesday next. SKEDADDLE - The word is now said to be pure Irish. The Irish agedad mens scattered ;   of tho iS""'/ paltered.- An old version PaiiZ-5?* y.T Tc9.tnraent contain, this SÄrf. wi1* 1 Ttt(=».I^H smitotho .Sid ol'» TI h0 8lTP °f lll°, floot fKa11 b° «the »mr ? w?r? Ts probably first used «Pon a3 Tn> T ,IrISJ'!ílnn' mul bei"8 looked »doptoS Partlc,,,flrl-V felicitous, was St once

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 12.     BEFORE the Police Magistrate.     DRUNKENNESS.—Thomas M'Cormack, William Brideson, and Charles Peel, were each fined 10s. for drunkenness. Francis Butler, charged with a similar offence, failed to put in an appearance, and forfeited his bail. John Craig, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and tear- ing the police uniform, was fined £2, from which was to be deducted the price of the uniform LUNACY.—Mary Ann Johnson was brought up on suspicion of being of unsound mind. Drs. Hobbs and Bell, who had examined her, de- posed that she was unfit to be at large, the latter witness being of opinion that it would be better if she could be treated privately. The bench ordered her to be admitted into the Lu- natic Asylum, after hearing the evidence of her husband, which was to the effect that for some time past she had been insane, and he could not take care of her.   LARCEN...

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