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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

TIDE TABLE. 'HIGH WATER' AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. I ? MORN. EVEN. March 10-Saturday .J. 12.5. ,12.11 '. !... Vll-rrSunday ..'; 12.28 12.46 u .., '12-MondayV...'. 1.4 1.22 13-Tuesday.'.. 1.42 2.3 . " , ,14-Wednesday".. 2,25 2.48 ' ; \;i- J5-Thursday ...".. 3.15 3.43 '"' *" 16-Friday"..'.'.... 4.17 ' 4.52

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

SHaPPlNG INTELLIGENCE. March 9.jElfzaHt?i Jane, schooner, Stericker, J,45 tons, from Sydney 28th ult. Pas- sengers-Mr. G. Goggs, M/. M'Pher- son, three in the steerage;^ and fifty Chinese kbouters. ', K . \ ,,% s '"'"?' nfepAfcnJBB. £ £ Vc .1 Earch ¿. Ann Maiy, schooner", 51 tons, Bro*n, for Sydney.; Passengers-<Mr. Ewan'¡ 'Cameron,"Mr. 'Bell, and two in-the -steerageV' % v « f ? 4. Opalia, schooner, 50 tons,'Easton, for Sydney. Passengers - One in the j- steerage. i 5. Swift, schooner, 45 tons, Terrell, for *\ Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Corey, and ' three in the steerage. 7. Helen, three-masted schooner, 120 tons burden, Wilson, for Sydney. Passen ¿^'*2^'gers- Capt^Collins, Mr. Ramsay^Mr. * * t W. Gray, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. S. Smith, sjCd. t Mr. Deacon, and ten in the steerage. 8. C/iampion, schooner, 58 tons, Collas, AivewjaHiwJor Sydney. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs., Russell, Mr. Smith, and two others in ?n4 z , the cabin ; and four in the steerage. Mi -8.< Fortitude, s...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

BRITISH EXTRACTS. tfTint FuoiTiVE Leaders.-The following in- cidents iri connexion with the escape of Méásré. Stephens and Doheny arc furnished by tUe Limerick^examiner.-" When Mr. Stephens 3iad taken ^his exit from the Collieries, he'directed his wandering footsteps to Tipperary, suffering 'from a wound he had received in the side. He 'retched Tipperary early in the night, and having disguised himself walked up and down id the Streets thinking to meet with some kind friend Who might assist him' in bis misfortunes. He met '<with some. He called ai the house of a respectable family in Tipperary, but they of course received him coldly, aware of the penalty of the law. Poor Stephens, however, made the best of his way out of town; accompanied by friends who shared his 'dangers and misfortune» for the night. They slept with him in a stack of hay. Next morning he disguised himself as a poor scholar, and made for the Commeragh mountains, where peradven ttire he met his old frien...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

&í O V t1 o n THE 3ßa» Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1849. By the Elizabeth Jane we have Sydney paper's, to, the 28th ult., and English news, via the Cape of Good Hope, to the 10th November., The only interesting item of European intelligence is the announce- ment that the Imperial tioops had cpp In red a large nuniber of -prisoners in the assault upon Vienna. They were to be released on condition of serving as sol- diers against the disaffected Hungarians. The Diet of Vienna had voluntarily dis- solved itself. Someî'jOfitrfeçmost desperate of; the, insiwgents^ha^^ï»ated to the University,'à jrtrong^úfljÍjín¿g4n the heart of the-<hty, andslfortifiedljftwath cannon. They could, not hope to mlJt&a successful resistance. £,« v if^g^' We call attention tcTthe sale of lands %v Brisbane on the 28th of the present month, and an abstract of the particulars of which we are enabled, hy the last arrival, to publish this morning. The old Govern- ment Buildings are amon...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

2 ;;',;:;;'pf^INE;WORSHIP^'?"'22^?[ THE'.',l;RÈi,'.'. CHARLES STEWART -'-will .*. PREACH .-f'li.K.J'hiiUie'; ..;?;;??? , v.;'.:i - '; ;^-'Vi^'C-aiU'^-T---;-H-o:U;S'K;:;;;:;v^ ¡'?'?S-^i ^"^-^l^iCHr^Vv''^:4^!-!^» Tormorrow (Sunday-)* »ho, 11-th instant, at Eleven .o'clock in the Forenoon,- .-'>''?;" * . - au'd.àt half-past Six'o'clock -in the-Evenihgt and; '-consequently ¿'-théra'wíll be no;;s:er'vícóLVui'tÍi^. Court House; North Brisbane; ;: _ ' J ;. ,Y',,:'.',':'v ¿2-2; SITÜATiÖN-W^TED;^ ?;;",;; ) ^' ^ YOUNG; LADY,arrived per ship,Fortitude'} , ',. /wishes to,engage.herself sa's. 'Gorcrness in : a respeçtabje'family. She has athproughknowledgo of the routine of.a gobd/English-Educatípiv; alsp tlie.-'rüdirncnts of French".'''< 'Addre^S; to. J."L.r,at the. office of this journal.'.' "'!: '"V ', ' 22" ? ': . : ;r <l^o 2,1 ':;: ;.mrs. j. roper,..lim.-,... *:>* S1''-'-: MILLINER 'AND 'DRESSMAKERS;/''^ Bcbtiey Cottage! Quéen-sti-eet.'Nprtli^BrjsbanRj . . , . .(...

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AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. "Cum tabulis animum censoris sum[?]t lion[?]sti." [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

AUDI A1TERAM rARTBM. , u , To'ttiè Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier», \ ?.''Cumt^fcuUBauunumoonsorja sùmot,lion(»ti." ' '. Sin,-Residing at a distance from Biisbane, it was only a few days ago that I was favoured'with'the perusal of 'a .copy t of youri journal vof'the' 27th January, Wherein appears'a'violentpliillipic from " A J.P.," 'intended, I 'presume, as an answer to roy letter of the 12th' December" last.' \ ( "' The celebrated eii]ogium, of'Juntas,, oh the inestimable benefits,or the ,Prees,~recurs with re- doubled force to* the nund when inJ posseskôn e-f .'n'. >! -'/ i i >' if f -the grateful consciousness of the means of exposing public abuses. Too much, in many ways, have these districts endured in silent apathy, and too long have they suffered, without raising the voice of remonstrance, but the sin and the penalty have been alike their own ; and, for the future, the public shall desire to be treated with tiie same indifference , and even injustice, which they have...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

SUMMARY, OF "GENERAL-NEWS. CAbridged'from the Jätest'papers!J ? The; Irnperial' Parliament^'was further pf.orpguéa taita :19,th':'^ recently j granted by the; Court of 'Chancery i to restrain' the' publication pf.'cer.aih". sketched' and etciiin'g's,thè joitit prpdiictiori of'the; Queen and Prince.Albèj't. ;;i.Tlje.!engraving''.had'been made frbiri the' originals without the; sanction of her Majesty,..ÓV'ihe Prinçeyarid the:' intended' publica- tion vías a bold',;' and certainly 'most dishonest, attempt; The injunction was sued out iii the name pf^^'Prinéó Albér^-^-^-Two balloons; named re.-' spectively.the'' Royal Albert and Royal Cremorne;! ascended-from' Cremorne; in "October.-last' fora1 triäl.'of. speed:,"' J The fbriber was'piloted. by'M'r;' GypsóhV and the-bitter by Lieutenant Gale. "Bblh gcntlèmén.'descéndêd: safely: in .Essex, -the race; having apparently been won by'Lieutenánt;Galeit .?'"'' A- man riarrit'd Thomas Brennan was executed ¡tí Niagara in October last.' "'Althou...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent)   Tuesday, 6th March.-A special licensing meeting was this day held before Dr Dorsey and G F Burgoyne, Esq , when the transfer of the license of the Wogaroo Hotel from Mr J S. Goode to Mr. John Smith, late of the Clarence River,was granted,-Mr. S. having rented the premises from Mr. Daniel Young, who lately be- came the purchaser of the property, which, with the alterations and improvements now being ef- fected, as well as the new landlord's character for civility and attention, must eventually most mate- rially enhance the value of this snug little home- stead. Arrangements are being made to furnish travellers with as many comforts as may be found in the best regulated hostelrie in the distnct, besides " cead mille faltheagh" from the jolly host, added to that luxury of paramount ímport- ance in this parched and sultry weather-a cool and refreshing bath in a branch of the river, secured, even without artificial a...

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FACETIÆ. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

FACETIAE. Gallows Wit.-A felon, who was just on the point of being turned off, asked .the hangman if he had any message to send to the place where he was going. " I will trouble you with a line," replied the finisher of the law, placing the cord under his left ear.   Cleverly Done.-An American editor says,   -" Coming home a few mornings since, we met a man attempting to walk on both sides of the street. By a skilful manouvre we passed between him. Gentility Defined.-" A real gentleman," said an Irishman, " is one that never earned a hap'orth for himself nor any ona belonging to him." Rather Awkward.-A ludicrous scene oc- curred not very long ago, in a certain small chapel, situated in one of those romantic and secluded valleys for which West Cumberland is so cele- brated. The minister, who was a man by no means averse to the enjoyment of the good things of this world, was engaged in catechising the juvenile portion of his flock, and on putting the usual qu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, MARCH 13, «nd on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, FOR SYDNEY, THE CLIPPER SCHOONER * ELIZABETH JANE, ''Thomas Stericker, Master, will leave _|for the above port on WEDNES- DAY, March 14th. ' For passage, apply to the Master, on board ; *' ' MR. GEORGE WATSON, 1 Kangaroo Point. 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 frontag...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. LAND SALE. (From the Government Gazette, Feb. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 10 March 1849

COLONIAL EXTRACTS.     LAND SALE                     (From the Government Gazette, Feb. 27.) At eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 28th March the following town and suburban lots of land will be offered for sale, by public auction, at the Police Office, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. Deposit 10 per cent.   TOWN LOTS. ' Brisbvne-1. 18¿ perches, allotment No. 6 of section )2. On this aljotmtnt is a one story brick building, part of the old prisoners' barracks, to windi a weatherboard front has been added. Upset price £50 per'lot. 2 16f perches, No. 7 of section 12. On this allotment is a one story brick building, pait of the old pusoners' bar- racks, to which a woodtn shop front has been added. Upset price £42 10s. per lot. 3. 15¿ perches, No. 8 of section 12. On,this allotmen...

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

TIDE TABLE. HrGII WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. iMOUN. EVEN. March 17-Saturday. 5.25 6.2 l8-Sunday . 6.40 7.23 19-Monday.\ 7.53 8.23 , 20-Tuesday._,.., .8.48 -9.13 21-Wednesday.:..'.../ 9.34 9.55 . - 22-Thursday.....'../." 9.15 10.34 . 23-Friday....... U.2 '11.40

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

SALE BY AUCTION. A CHOICE LOT OF MARES, COLTS, ANL> FILLIES. MR. T. DOWSE O'AS received instructions to Sell by Public iX Auction, at Mr. M'Gibe's Hotel, South. Brisbane, On WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 21st INSi'.,. At 12 o'clock, l8 Brood Maies-a part with foals at foot 5 Colts 4 Fillies. The above lot of Horses can be recommended to the notice of parties requiring strong service- able Stock, and will be sold without reserve, in consequence of the proprietor .leaving thetdistrict. Terms at Sale. DIVINE WORSHIP. THE REV. CHARLES STEWART wilt PREACH (D.V.) in the COURT HOUSE, 4 NORTH BRISBANE, To-moi row (Sunday)^ the 18th instant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, and at half-past Six o'clock in the Evening. WANTED, ' V A MAN SERVANT, to manage Horses and a Dray, and make himself generally useful about the house. Apply immediately to WILLIAM PICKERING. North Brisbane, Feb. 17, 1849. SITUATION WANTED A SCOTCHMAN, arrived per ship Fortitude, v. ho has a competent acquaintance/with Sheep, ...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. THE PROPOSED COTTON COLONY. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) Board of Trade, 28th March, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 March 1849

r, »COLONIAL EXTRACTS. ..THE PROPOSED COTTON COLONY. . (From the Sydney Morning Herald. J Board of Trade, 28th March, 1848. ¿TI entlehen,-I am directed by the Lords of the -»Committee of the Privy Council for Trade to ac- knowledge the receipt of a memorial, numerously "-.?¡gned, of cotton manufacturers of Glasgow and >-its vicinity, in which the attention of their Jord - ".¡lips is called to the importance of extending the *-<iHirces of supply whence raw cotton can be drawn í ¡or' the use of the manufacturers of this country, ?And pointing out as well adapted to that purpose " the northern settlements of the colony of New -South Wales. I am instructed to assure you and the other .memorialists, that my lords are fully impressed with the importance of this subject, and anxious «hat every proper facility should be given to the ?¡¡roper development of the agricultural resources .uf our colonial possessions; with this view, they have forwarded a copy of your memorial to he...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. March 12. Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen,from Sydney 6 th inst. Passengers- Mr. A. Campbell, Mr. Murray, Mr. Pearce, Mr. Mort, Mr. and Mrs. Winship and family, Mrs. Harpur and two children, Mrs. Richardson, Miss Underwood, and sixteen in the steerage.   DEPARTURES. March. 14. Tamar, steamer; 130 tons. Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr E. B. Hawkins, Mr. C. J. Mackenzie, Mr. H. S. Russell, Mr. Humphreys, Mr Uhr, Mr. Brodziak, Mr. Slaughter, Mr. Poole, and six in the steerage. 15. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, 45 tons, Stericker, for Sydney. Passengers Two in the cabin, and one in the steerage. IMPORTS Tamar 1 bo\, 1 bell and rope, Bodenliam , 1 box, Beard, I box, 2 pkges, R J. Smith , 1 box, Wickham ; ¿ tea chest, Appleton , 1 truss, 1 roll leather, Binnip, I trunk, 1 truss, Skyring , 1 box, Goold , 1 cask, I pel, 1 tin bo\, Poole , 1 hhd brandy, 1 hhd rum, 5 cases gin, 5 bags sugar, 1 pkge tobacco, I pkge ugars, 3 boxes, J Powers, ¿-chest tea, Pickeri...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 March 1849

1 ' ^THE * {Moreton 33 a i» Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 17,' 1849. Wr. have not received any later news from Europe than has ah ead y been published. The report of Mr. Kennedy's murder, which we publish this day, will be found deeply interesting. There aie some dis- crepancies in the account given by the aboriginal native who accompanied the expedition, but those may be readily ex- plained by his small knowledge of our language, and the hurried manner in which the account appears to have been drawn up. Much fuller information will, no doubt, be elicited by the court of in- quiry. We call attention to JEarl Grey's despatch upon the subject of remuneration to. licensees in the settled districts, hy which it will be seen that the claims of the holders of bnilding licenses are justly recognised. The necessary length of our extracts has compelled us to exclude much local matter from this publication. TRANSPORTATION. A fortnight ago we published, in our Summary, the information, communicated...

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SURVEY OF RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 March 1849

SURVEY OF RUNS. .ilxTUACT from Earl Grey's Despatch to the Go \erner, dated 27th February, 1848 : - '( With respect to the delay and expense apprc ' bunded by the Executive Council in the surveys lujuisite for carrying Her Mnjesty's Order in Council info effect, and lo the evidenca'tendeied them on this point by the Deputy Surveyor General, I herewith transmit for your information the copy of a letter from Captain Dawson, U.E.,* containing a detail statement of his views, which, at tlie request of the Emigration Commissioners, he has addressed to them on the subject. I would also call your attention to a report upon running surveys, by the same officer (contained amongst the documents printed by the Committee of the House of Commons on .South Australia, in 184l),a copy of which is now annexed. It will be seen that Captain Dawson is of opinion that by following out the principles laid down in his letter of the 3rd February, the expense of survey may, for all practical purposes, be re...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. WIDE BAY AND THE BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 March 1849

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. 1 . - - ) - WIDE BAY AND THE BURNETT. A fatal accident occurred a few days ago to Mr. Charles Sidney Porter, formerly residing at Brisbane. He was riding^ in company with se- veral other gentlemen, towards the station of Mr. Corfield, when his horse took fright; and, after dashing him against a tree, threw him with great violence upon a,log. He was immediately carried back-to the township of Maryborongh, and, me ' dical assistance being "on the spot, every exertion was made for his recovery, but, we deeply regret to say, without success ; and the unfortunate young man expired in a few hours. The settlers in these districts have prepared a memorial to the Governor, praying that a number of immigrants may be forwarded direct to Mary- borough at the earliest opportunity ; as, from the scarcity of men, and consequently the high wages demanded, the stock-holders are labouring under disadvantages which, at the present low price of wool, they find it impossible to be...

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SETTLED DISTRICTS.—COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 March 1849

^OTT-LED DISTRICTS.- COMPENSATION. i xtracts from Earl Grey's Despatch to the Go .vtrnor, dated 14th July, 1848, in reply to the 'i ^commendations " in favour of conferring on i,.ose licensed occupants of crown lands whose j'ins or portions of runs may have been brought h/ the late Order in Council, or by any subse- t-lent .Order, within the class of settled lands, the .'- -.me allowance for improvements as is granted to I ssees of runs on the expiration of their leases i ider the 2nd and 3rd conditions of the 15th >. ition of the late Order in Council ;" and also, .. that a similar privilege should be conceded to a c' iss of persons who have been licensed to occupy < '.all portions of lands, not indeed as runs for ¡.¡uizing purposes, but for the establishment of - ns, «tores, and other places of business ." I quite agree in Hie propriety of the privilege .' hieb it is proposed to confer on the holders of i 'ins and certain other lots of land within districts - filch m...

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REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 17 March 1849

REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. The following are copies of a Despatch and. en- closures received from Earl Grey by his Excel- lency Sir Charles Fitz Roy : Downing-street, 8th Sept., 1848. Sir,-I hâve had the iionour of receiving your despatch, of the 10th of April last, in which you have transmitted to me a copy of the address pre- sented to you by the Legislative Council of New South Wales, expressing the willingness of that body to concur in the introduction into the colony of convicts holding tickets of leave or conditional pardons, on the terms proposed in my despatch of the 3rd September, 1847. 2. The late period of the year at which your despatch has been received, and the appioachirig termination of the session, render it impossible that her Majesty's Government should now apply to Parliament for any grant for the purpose of sending free emigrants to New South Wales, in consideration of the consent of the colony again to receive convicts from this country. 3. Independently also o...

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