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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
"T5T Auction Bale* MONDAY, JULY l8. VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS OF LAND AT , ' SOUTH BRISBANE, Being Allotments 30 and 74 on Pian of Sub - ; "; division of .Portion 167, and originally known as the > NEWTOWN ESTATE. DICKSON & DUNCAN will sell by auction, at their Auction Mart, adjoining the Bank of New South Wales, Queen-street, on MONDAY, July l8, at 11 o'olook, TWO VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS in' the NEWTOWN ESTATE, being Lots 80 and 74 on Flan of Portion 167, Parish South Brisbane, and known as Allotments in the NEWTOWN ESTATE. ' These Allotments are each about 30 Perches, and have extensive frontago to tho Main Ipswich Hoad. Thoy are admirably adapted for pur * poses' of either business or residence, convenient to the heart of the city, and approachable by «that main artery of traffic-the Ipswich Road, ' The position is too well known to require any ' further description ; and tho prices obtained at the first sole of tins property substantially proved the confidence of the public in ...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVAl. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [ST ELÏOTIUO TEIEOKATO.] AWtlVAl. July 11.-Clarence, s., from Brisbano. DEPAlUtTOES. July 11.-Harriot Armitage, barque, and Fanny Nicholson, for ports unknown ¡ City of Brisbane, s., for Brisbano ; Agnos Irring, s., for Grafton i Star of Australia, s.s., for Rockhamp- ton.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
o N SALTÎ, AT Till! STORES OF THE UNDERSIGNED Allsop's and Bass' aie, in hogsheads Taylor, AValker, and Co.'s stout Byass' porter, pints and quarts Guiness' stout, dilto Bass1 palo ale, ditto AV.I. rum, brandy, Martcll's C.V., and - Imperial Sparkling hock, moselle, champagne, bur- gundy Coson's sherry, nnnls' and Ofiloy's port Geneva, key brand AVhisky, Old Tom Cavendish nnd Negrohciid tobacco Havannah and Manila cigars Congou teas, chests and halves Sugars York hams, bacon, North AVills and Ched- dar ehceso Oalmenl, split peas, barley, groats Tarlnrio acid, cream tartar, carbonato soda, alum Taylor Brothers' chocolate and cocoa AA'otherspoon's confectionery, lins, assorted si/.cs AArnx vc»las, plaid and tin boxes Cuity, wood, mccrclmum, and fancy pipes Hollow ay's pills and ointmont Lochfino herrings, salmon, in half barrels Preserved salmon, lobsters, oysters, sar- dines Fiemo raisius, Potras currants Jamaica ginger, poppor, wholo and ground Colman's starch, blue, mustard, tin an...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
VOMJËMMVIAI,. CouBlBB Office, Tuesday Evening. MB. A. M.ABTIX reports Having neia a wen attended sole of groceries, provisions, and oil- men's Btores to-day, at which tho following transactions were effected :-Ration tea, halves, £2 10s to £2' 17s 6d ; sago, damaged, 2Jd per lb ¡ butter, Cork and AVolloiigong, 9H to lOd ; cheese, English, 2d to 9d ; mustard, 1 lb bottles, 5s 3d per dozen ; ling fish, 5d per lb ; sporm candles, full weights, damaged, 9 id; ditto, good, lOJd ; soap, i cwt boxes, 13s 3d each ¡ hops, 8d per lb. A lot of sparkling hock at 14s 6d to 21s 6d per dozen ¡ and Scotch whisky at 25s 6d to 29s 6d per case. A quantity of paints also were disposed of at 32s to 35s per ewt. The subjoined statements show tho amount of revenue collected at the undermentioned ports during the month of June in the current year : Mabybobough. Brandy, 184 gallons . Gin, 209 gallons. AVhisky, 61 gallons . Rum, 310 gallons. AViue, G80 gallons . Ale, porter and beer (in wood) 100 gallons. Al...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Tuesday, July 12 BiiSBV.r-9 am Biuomctir (corrected), 29 915 thcimouRtti (chide), 00 0 ditto (du bilb), 00 0 ditto (wLt bulb), 5G3, fono of wind 1 direction, & , extent ot cloud, 9, w catii»! dull fi'ei Ufrcii io Teler/i ap'i ) AYutwiOk-9 a ni Barometer (corréete 1) 28 lb2 , thciinonutci (shade) 510 , ditto (ch\ bulb), 51, ditto (wet bulb) 51, foico of wind 1 dilution 3j , extent of cloud, 9, wcathei cloud\, light lum AA'imi A">d \Vi iTiirii-9 a in Lvtton, S AV and dull like i am , Ipswich, calm anti lain nig, Laidlej, SP nil laming toowoomba, S L! and iuiiiin¿ Jiajton, W and cloud} , Dolb\,calm and light tam Sid f\-9 an llaiometei (conected), 30159, tlieiniomctoi, (,hadc), 51, ditto (dry bulb), 119, ditto (wcl bulb), 15 0, forco of Mihd, 1, dnection, A\ , extent of cloud, 9 , niatlier clouds
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
ÎRte Courier* ^ - ~."T Jl PUBLISHED DAILY. 1 WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1861. The disorganised, condition of the in- terior districts of New South Wales is a disgrace to her administration, and is cal- culated to move her people to shame and to provoke the contempt of lier neighbours. AU those who, native-born or old colonists, arc proud of their title of Australians must to some extent feel humiliated upon con- templating the magnitude of the system of rapine and murder which lias so long pre- vailed in the senior colony, and the utter futility of every attempt that has been made to put an end to it. On all sides the administration of New South AVnles is assailed by unsparing critics, and de- servedly so ; but it is to bo regretted that in tile sweeping censures which are pub- lished, there is often a want of discrimina- tion and candour which savours of preju- dice and ill nature. Taunts and contumely are heaped upon the people of that colony by tlioso who, whenever tiley can make themse...
SHIPPING ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
BMtWMTWNC!. ARRIVAL. JuiY 12 -Margaret and Mary, schooner, 76 tons, Captain Hutton, from Sydnoy the 5th July. Passenger One m the steerage DEPARTURE July 12 -Yarra Yarra, steamer, 650 tons, Captain Smith, for Rockhampton «io Mary- borough and Gladstone Passengers Miss Beer, Miss Herbert, Miss Dick, Mr and Mrs W. S Roberts, Mr and Mrs Macartney, Messrs Stuchbury, Croker, John J M'Kcon, Crosby, W R Younghusband, Giuliani, Fitzpatrick, Mayd, J. R Peterson, W R D Hill, C L Curtis, J M M'Donald, AV H AViseman, Southcrland, Wilson, Trotman, Gunter, T Hutchins, T Tottenham, C B Holland, T R Riddell, C. Murley, Jackson, Rev, C. Olden, and about 40 in the steerage CLEARANCE July 12 -Undo Tom, schooner, 166 tons, Captain Leonard, for Sydney, m ballast Pas sengers Messrs AV Thompson, G Smith, and C. Green. IMPORTS Marm, from Melbourne 50 doois 3 bundles codar, 3 cases galvanised iron, 2 casks gah ams-d iron brackets, R Hur-luns, 3 hilf tierces to bocco, G Raff und Co , 150 case» braiuU, 1209 b...
TOOWOOMBA. July 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
TOOWOOMBA. July 12th. At ten o'clock last evening the trial of Ritchie &nbsp; for the murder of Mr. Owen, of Yandilla, was &nbsp; &nbsp; concluded. Mr. Blakeney, who appeared for the prisoner, declined to address the jury, and they returned a verdict of guilty. Sentence of death was passed upon the prisoner, without any hope of mercy being extended to him. Michael Haynes was acquitted of having com- &nbsp; mitted manslaughter at Warwick. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Walter Powell tried on a charge of murder- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing a man named Woods at Nee Nee, was ac- &nbsp; quitted, the jury returning a verdict of "justi &nbsp; fiable homicide." &nbsp; SYDNEY ''onie splendid pastoral country has been dis eouicd on tho not them shoies of AVctein Ans tialia Tho Echt f rund nmounts non to moro than C7000 llio marlctsaio busk AYool is being held, mid tho puces at o flnnei Tho prico of flour remains uncha...
VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT The following particulars of the of the above court, since it was constituted, have been handed us for publication by a special reporter. From the nature of the report there appears to have been some slight exaggeration. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. &nbsp; &nbsp; The court met at five bells, at which time Vice-Admlral Cockle (of the red), President 0f the court, entered, attended upon by Mr. *hal Wright, whose pigtail was awry, and w& &nbsp; tout ensemble was that of a broken down foretopman after a night's dissipation. He was busily engaged in the mastication of honey-dew, an occupation which he appeared to consider anything but a quid pro que for the intense labor entailed upon him in the proper perform- ance of his duty as marline-spike bearer-in-chief to the Admiral. The following members of the court were present, all of them in uniform, and with side arms and revolvers :—Captain Pring, Lieuten- ants Lilley, Jones, and Blakeney (still...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
FOB IPSWICH. Uta mHE SETTLER on THURSDAY n" Bj|> J_ (to-morrow), tho 14th instant, at '5'%5m' P. W. JACKSON, Master. «««i A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI Jg^A GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY\^Tho TELEGRAPH, 8^ThUDay,WEDNESDAY, July 13, at 2 p.m. For ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT.-Tho WIL MAMS, TUESDAY, July 19, at 7 p.m. No advance in rates. . T° The ffSWICH, ThisDay, WEDNESDAY, July 13, at 5 a.m. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, July 14, at 5 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, FRIDAY, July 15, at 5 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, July 1C, ] at G a.m. . HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N.- Company's Offices, Brisbane. SIID? WARREN HASTINGS, HEDLEY, MASTER, FROM LONDON. LL Persons having CLAIMS -A. against the abovo Yessel aro xc_' requested' to forward thom - to the Undersigned on or beforo THURSDAY, 11th in&lt;tonr. or they will not be entertained. WIENHOLT, WALKER, & CO., Agents. 499 . 4, Jewell's Buildings. SHIP LEGION OF HONOR, FROM LONDON. /jj» /"CONSIGNEES by the abovenamed jCÍkIJvS. \J Aresscl w ill please ta...
LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 July 1864
LICENSING MEETING. MESSRS. Petrie and Edmondstone, presiding Justices. Robert Mills applied for a license for the Cricketers Arms, Petrie Terrace. Mr. Garrick supported the application. Mr. Hamilton's clerk stated that an objection had been made by certain inhabitants of the neighborhood, which had been filed. The objection was read to the &nbsp; &nbsp; effect that the house was situated in no main line of road, that no public-house was required &nbsp; in the neighborhood ; and that much harm was calculated to be done to the working class, a large number of whom resided in the vicinity of the house, if the license were granted. Mr. Garrick argued that the objections were &nbsp; not of a valid character—that the fact of the house being situated in a crowded neighborhood was an argument in favor of the license being granted, and that if a main line of road were absolutely necessary to the granting of a license, many public-houses at present in existence...
THE EXTENSION OF IMPROVEMENT IN OUR BREED OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 July 1864
THE EXTENSION OF IMPROVEMENT IN OUR BREED OF CATTLE. DT A PBAOTICAL FAMIE«. lire improvements that hove been made in our various broeds of cattlo since tho commence incut of tho Royal Agricultural Society's opera- tions havo been exceedingly great and good. lins remark applies to ovory description of cattle, beginning with tho superb and gigantic Shorthorn, and ending with tho little hardy Welsh runt. The Shorthorns unquestionably take the palm in tho race of progression, but the tterefords, Dovons, Aberdecns, oud Highlanders havo attained a vory good place-a hich position. The Sussox, the Suflblks, tho langhorns, tho runts, have also greatly ad yanccd m size and value. To thoso wo now add rarious crosses in breeding, by which, owing to juclicious selections and crossings, many bcauti ul specimens of cattlo aro continually makins their appearance. The old Irish, again, liavo pearly all succumbed to the Shorthorn cross, .ino Kerrys, and Ayrshires, as dioico milkers not only retain th...
THE LEGION OF HONOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 July 1864
TOE LEGION OF SONOR. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. Sib,-In j'our impression of to-day wo ob- serve a letter from Mr. J. J. AVatsou, Surgeon Superintendent of the Legion of Honor. As passongcrs, perhaps you will allow ono word from us anent tho hunger he has endured, tho tliirst he has suffered, and the beggary ho has come to, that wo might arrive in Brisbane with our frames invigorated and our morals pure. To all this gammon we give the word bosh. But listen to what ho states : It is " next to impos- sible to govern a luixod class of immigrants where thoso that pay their faro and those that receive free passages aro berthed together, as on boord tho Legion of Honor." From this statement it is self-evident that ho makes monoy tho standard of morals and intellect. AVo candidly affirm, and it will bo supported by every thinking intelligent mind amongst the passengers, thal os o rule tho freo and assisted passengers did behave equally as well as thoso who paid £18 for tho stcer...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WEDNESDAY, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 July 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Wednesday, Julï 13. Bbisbave -9 a m Barometer (corrected), 29 863, thermomcttr (shade), 56 1 , ditto (dry bulb), 56 0, ditto (wet bulb), 518 , foroo of * ind, 1, direction, S W , extent of cloud, 9, weather, rawing 8pm Barometer (corrected), 29 799 , thermometer (shade), 59 3, ditto (&lt;ln bulb), 68 3, ditto (wet bulb), 57 1 , fortt of wind, 1, dneetion,AVS W , extent of cloud, 10, weathtr, rainy (Per Elect) w Telegraph ) Warwick-9am Barometer (corrected), 28 388, thermometer (shade) 510, ditto (d13 bulb), 53 0, ditto (wet bulb) 530, forte of wind 1, direction, S h , extent of cloud, 9 , 1, eather, raining Wind avd AVfitiifr-9 am Lvlton, S AV and raining , Ipsw ich, calm and raining , Laidley, calm and raining , foo» oomba, S AV and raining , Drayton, S E and raining , Dalby, S and raining SrDVFi -9 a in Baromctor, (corrected), 29 909, thormomctcr, (shade), 56 5, ditto (dry bulb), 574, ditto (wtt bulb), 56 3, forte of wind, 2, direction, S , ext...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 July 1864
MARRIED. ATKINSON-GARRETT.-On Thursday, the I6th June, at the Manse, West Tamar, Tasmania, by the Rev. A. Barkway, James Reibey, third son of John Atkinson, Esq., Launceston, to Henrietta Agnes, fifth daughter of the Rev. James Garrett.
SOUTH BRISBANE CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 July 1864
SOUTH BRISBANE C1WRC1I BAZAAR. A i lxc\ »ale tho ptoccods of windi aro to be dedicated lonaids piling tho debt inclined by the eiilaigemcnt of the Soulh Bnsbauc Chinch, was commenced ytsteidaj aftcinoon ni St Johns Sthooliooi» Queen stleet In spite of tho unfavoiable state ot tho wcathei llie latus lo whom had boon enliusled the le spoiisibihfj-mid a weight* one it is-of fin lushing the vanous stalls succeeded in pel foi ni ing the task allotted to them in the most al mnablc nmniiei bl tho appointed time thoicbv exhibiting a ven piaisewoitlij icgard foi pune lualitv Hie bdioohoom in which tho s ile is being held iscoitainlj a building nnjthing but adaptid foi a show loom and theiefoic the skill wInch has been displayed m dccoiatiug it with Hags and evergreens so that it should appear to tho veiy best advantago, has been of noordmarv chaiactei As might have been anticipated the hugo quantity ol tam which has fallen, and tho sloppj state of the st leets ocasional bv it pi o vented a l...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 July 1864
Wb* Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. THUBSDA1', JULY 14, 186J. The publication of the Annual Report . of the Board of General Education lias afforded Bishop Tufnell an oppor- tunity of again repeating in print his oft repeated convictions, that tho majority of the colonists arc opposed to the National System of Education. This pleasing re- laxation, in which tho reverend prelate periodically indulges, no doubt alfords lum much private satisfaction and consolation, and, as experience has shown, fails to alienate the minds of the colonists from that system of public education which tiicir representatives have adopted; The sériions and arguments of the head of the Church of England in Queensland naturally command attention and carry weight from the position of the gentleman promulgating thom,-a weight greater perhaps than the intrinsic value of the arguments and asser- tions merit It is a pity, therefore, that the Bishop should resort to sophistical weapons in order to prove a quati negative ...