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BRISBANE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

-BBlSjrANlS^PRICE CURRENT. . >Satdkd*ï,, March 317 1849. ¡Ale (bottled)"per do/.0 10 0 " (colon îal)~pei hhd. .. _ .. .. 4 0 0 Bacon, per lb. .i .. -.. 0 0 8 Butta (tiesh) pet lb. . ..,.,. 0,1 6 Brandy (Mai tell'*--proof) per gal. .. 0 16 0 Bl an, pur bushel . .. 0 ; ? i 0 Btcid,pci 2 1b. Io if.0 0 4 Bullocks (w oi king) cat h . £4 to 5 n0 0 Candles (speim) per lb.0 2 0 " "(tallow) pel lb. ".. ,->. ..006 Cattle (fat) .£2 5s. to 2 10 0 Cabbages, pet ilo¿., . _ none Collec, per lb.,..,"010 Cedar (flitch) pei 100, .i"»0; 8 0, " (sawn) perJUJ0. ",.^.. ..5. 0,16-A Cheese, pel lb ." '." y V . .. ,0^,03 Cuirants, per lb. ..*'..?' .. .. "0 1 '0 Ducks, pei pur.0 Lggs, per dozen ... Fish. Fowls, per pair . Flour (fine) per ton " (seconds) pei ton Geese.f^ß. Gin, pei case . ., Hay (oat) pei ton^ .. ^ > Maize, pei bushel .?» ?" Mustaiel (1 lbs ) peí do¿en Onions, pei lb. Oil (speim) per gal. ,'*v ,, (black) per gal. . f. ,, (olive) per dozcn-J^ Pine (ditch) per 1000 t>\l. " (sawn) p...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1849. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

THE . . - í > Moleton Uaii Cou ric v.. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, l8 ID. LATEST NEWS. European intelligence,, dow» ¡io,the. 25th of November has arrived in Sydney, via Port Phillip, Adelaide, and/Mauritius. Some of the items 'are very interesting. The most important to England seems- to be the fact, confidently asserted, that Earl Grey and Lord John Russell were about to retire from the ministry. Lord Cla- rendon, it was suppo'sed, would be the new Premier, and, in consequence of this belief, Sir Charles Wood,1 the Chancellor of the Exchequer, wa,s 'likely to retire, not being in favour with his, lordship. The arguments upon the writs, of terror in the cases of-0'Bricn and'the-other State prisoners had commenced in Dublin. It will he seen "by our extracts that there had been some indication of another shara outbreak, which ceased on the appearance of the police and military. The country is still in a state of considerable excite- ment, whietv the inflammatory speeches of council and the...

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CROWN LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. (From a Supplement to the Government Gazette of March 2, 1849.) CAVEATS AGAINST CLAIMS TO LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

CROWN LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS.     With reference to the several notices in the Government Gazette of March 2, 1849.) CAVEATS AGAINST CLAIMS TO LEASES             Crown Lands Office, Sydney, 6th Mareil, 18*9.             ?With Wferoicn to the several notices in the Government Gazette, publishing "claims to leases of' irim»1 beyond the settled districti, it is hereby notified, for the: information of all parties interested, that caveats have been received against the claims specified in the accompanying list. ' 2.'It Is to be understood'that no new caveats, having reference >to demand« already advertised, will tie received after the present date, except for special cause shown. ' 3/'Partiei interest«! »ill be allotted personal accès«, if they so desire it, to the caveats- already lodged, on ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

DIVINE WOIÍSHÍP. THE REV. CIlAltLiS S1LWAR1 will PREACH CD. V.) in the COURT HOUSE, NORTH BRISBANE,* To-moriow (Sunday), the 1st April, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, and at half-past Six o'clock m the'Evening. ", ' ' - n in s a L ;L ^ Tine riour " .« i ^ j PQtltOi.3 « f' ^ Salt . ,-* Bottled Ale and Porter j j-,-. . <? 1 u and Sjgai. # . j <£ßiv-»r' r' G LO WAI SON. Rangaloo Point, Match il. t r,"t , h¿ SI 1 - ( . 1 l '( J ^,? J RICHARDSON has received, by the list . at rivals fiom England and Scotland-' " 12 cases Draptry ¡" ' ' t t , b bales ditto ¡ _ ' ' " 4&¡. ' # 1 ditto tarpaulins . Î J&til t 3 casts Ilosieiy and Gloves ^ -,* * 1 ditto Nells, l,aees, aud Blands ¡ J^s* 1 ditto Ribbons IIP11 ditto bhawls and Handkerchiefs , \iso, t " ' , >40 chests lu .j ,n 150 bags 1'Iour . <. > * 3 hhds Rum T1'* j I'1 , 2 ditto Brandy / j ? | ' 30 taJis Porterand Via , , * *' J1 * 8 cisks \\ me \ t Í h { v , _, 12 cases Gi>i i « y ...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

IRELAND. Attempted Rescue of Smith O'Brien.-^Ac- counts from Clonmel of Thursday last state thai, the police having received information that, a movement was in contemplation to rescue Smith O'Brien, the authorities tdok immediate steps tor disconcert the designs of the insurgents. We learn from the correspondent of the Times, that, at midnight on the 8th instant the entire consta- bulary force turned out from the town of Clon- mel, together with the 64th regiment and the dragoons, and marched off* under the diiections of Mr. W. Ryan, K.M.. and Col. Stretton, of the ' 64th ; the constabulary under the command of Capt. Colclough, county inspector, and Sub-In- spectors Fosberry and fternon. They proceeded to a place called the Mile Tree, and thence to the Wilderness, a sort of wood, about a mile and a-thalf from Clonmel, where they came in view of a body of men numbering from 1,500 to 2,000, nearly all of whom were armed with guns, pikes, pitch- forks, &c. They were diilling i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE                     ARRIVALS March 26. Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, from Sydney 21st instant. Passengers Mr. Patten, Mr. Uhr, Mr. Laidley, Capt.. Mallard, Mr. Reid, Mr.Thelwall,     Mr. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Miss         Dixon, Miss Wench, one prisoner and constable in charge, and thirteen others     in the steerage.           27. Swift, schooner, 45 tons. Terrell, from     Sydney 21st instant. Passenger - One     in the steerage. 28. Clarissa, schooner, 60 tons, Johnson,   from Sydney 10th instant Passenger       Mr. Little.   Susan, schoone...

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AUDI ALTERA[?] PARTEM. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

Audi alteran partes^.' To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sin,-While engaged in travelling with iijtock ¡n search ot a station and a residence, 1 am jnfoi meei by an authority on which 1 canvnly(thàt I have?, foi some months past, bu.cn disn issed( from the cbmrpission of the peace.) Of this event, I ^nm still officially ignciiuni, for. Uie^ Colonial' Secretary's letter conyejing thVinielligence tome w.v-, hn fortunately, lost before it reached me; but I have learned enough of its contents to be aware that no reasons whatever were vouchsafed for the step which his Excellency the Governor-to use an official phrase-" has been pleased" to take on my behalf. A friend of mine, who is travelling with me,r.anu »hè^seems to have incurred the [ displeasurè^|orth^Exe'cutive about the same time* ?fjnth niyseÎf/^asVrçc'eivedlfrteiice of his dismissal »», v -in 'S'"ett<»r equally5laconic ,àiuj|equally mysteriously-: I trust, Slrjjuhdêr nïêsej*cîfcu'mslances, it is not-'îA -íooJ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

DIED,       At Sydney, on the 15th inst., Mr. John Connolly, At Kinellan, near Edinburgh, on the 26th Oct., Sir George Steuart Mackenzie, Bart.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

TH T STEAM TO SYDNEY. E TA M A li WILL SAIL ON v s. -TUESDAY, APRIL 10, ami on every alternateTuesday, as formerly, & S. TUCKER, Agent. H. It. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane, FOR SYDNEY. FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. HE undermentioned fine New Clipper Schooners S W ¡FT J. Terrell, Master, to'sail THIS DAY, Saturday, 31st instant; _ OPAL1A, George Easton, Master, to sail ON MONDAY, 2 id April-have excellent accommodation for pissengers, and are »eil known to be the fastest Vessels in the trade, having both performed the passage/row Sydney to Brisbane in four days. Apply to the Master, on board ; or to GEO. WATSON & CO. Kangaroo Point, March 30. ^ FOR SYDNEY, THE fine New Schooner MARY STEWART, . - Sommerville, Master, will sail _____ for Sydney, on TUESDAY, 3rd April. This vessel is fitted up expressly for pas- sengers, with five separate state-rooms, 8tc. Fa Ees:-? £. s. d. Cabin, bedding, provisions, &c, included 3 0 0 Steerage, ditto ditto. 1 10 0 Apply to th...

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THE LATE MR. KENNEDY'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

THE LATE MR. KENNEDY'S EXPEDITION. Bv the last arrivals we have received the fullest   confirmation of the report of the melancholy fate   that has befallen the expedition under the command of the late Mr. Edmund Kennedy. The most complete account of the events that occurred pre- viously to Mr. Kennedy's leaving the camp, is given in the evidence of Mr. Carron, one of the survivors, and an abridgement of which we give below; from the Sydney Morning Herald. Our space will not admit the publication in full of the statements made on oath before the Commission of Inquiry ; but all the material points are noted. The list of persons composing the party, as copied into this journal from the Herald, was inaccurate. We now give the correct list from the same au- thority : Mr. E. R. Kennedy, Mr. W. Carron, Mr. C. Niblett, Mr. T. Wall, James Luff, Edward Taylor, William Costigan, Thomas Mitchell, Ed- ward Carpenter, John Douglass, - Dunn, and Jackey, the native. The f...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. FREE WAREHOUSING PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

... D.O.M E S T i 6 í Ñ'T ELL IG E N C E. FREE "WAREHOUSING PORT.. Ir will Ue remembered that, -aboutjJtwelve months ago, a petition to her. Majesty the Queen was for w.iidcd from Moreton Bay, praying that this might be declared a Fiee Warehousing Por ti On that occasion the Colonial Secietaiy had, hi the first instance, notified, without furthcr'iefer ence, the disapproval of the Colonial Government of the player of the petition. The inhabitants, liowevei, very properly insisted upon their request being laid before the Throne; and the following lütter, which was received by the last pcist, shows that their perseverance has not been altogether in vain It will be our task to show, in aj¡i'.\hr place, that, whatever may have been our,.w^-*'' tile condition in " October,' l8 J7," the 30th this port' is not now confined to " a few coas'?.-. 0 vessels :"-, ' ' Colonial Secretary's Office, t Syemey, 21 st March, [Sid'. ' Gentlemen,-Referring'to my letter of the' 15 th March last, intimati...

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 March 1849

SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. (Abridged from the latest papers. )   At the Central Criminal Court in Sydney, on the 6th instant, James Richardson was convicted of the wilful murder of his wife, at Campbelltown, on the 20th January last The horrible^particu- lars have been already published in tins paper. Sentence of death was passed uponthecnrnin.il. -On the 7th inst., Alexander Taylor, late chief officer of the ship Jnchinnan, was found guilty of assaulting one of the emigrant girls by that ship, during the passage. The prosccutl ix stated that the prisoner beat her with a broomstick in a most cruel manner. The pi isoner was recommended to mercy, and lemandccl for'sentence-Mi. Win. Macaithur has been duly elected-a member of Council for Port Phillip, in the place of Mr. Wil- liamson.-Captain Montagu, Colonial Secretary at the Cape of Good Hope, has received an addition of £500 per annum to his salary.- In the Government Gazette of the 20th instant, are two notices, the firs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

ryi FOR SYDNEY. HE well" known three-masted Schooner HELEN, '. i J. Wilson,' master, wilL.sail'on FRIDAY next. For freight or passage, apply on board ;- or to * .. W.U. CONNOLLY. Brisbane, 7th April, 1849. TENDERS ; ARE invited for . the erection of a SLAB WESLEYAN CHAPEL at ipswich. Plans and specifications can be seen at Mr. M'Intyre's, Ipswich, where Tenders are to bo left,,addressed under cover to the Rev. W. Moore, North Brisbane, on or before the 14th instant. £1 REWARD. ' STRAYED/rom North Brisbane, a large Black HORSE, with star on forehead, arid branded JT on near shoulder." Whoever will dcliver,tjthe same to Mr. Wm. Connolly, South Brisbane", will receive the above reward. A. & R. FARQUHARSON. Brisbane, 5th April, 1819. _.^__________:_ . '"A TO THE BREEDERS OF STOCK '' IN THE FLOURISHING DISTRICT OF MORETO.V BAV. 'THE STORES of JOHN BEARD,.Général '. Commission Agent, are considered unequalled in this part of the colony, not only for" their capacious and dry securi...

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ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR MARCH, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

ABSTRACT OF WâATHER JOURNAL FOR MARCH, 1849.. Thermometer | Dates. Time. i Barometer. Rain! Prevailing Winds. - Air. Attach. * ' .., ¿ K. ~ 1st to 5th 9 A.M. 74.0 73.5 3.04 to 30.24 Throughout the month the winds Have generally been from the westward in the 6 In to 10th 77.5 76.0 3.20 to 30.08 early part of the day-between N.W. - and S.W -and with the- exception of a 11th to 15th 75.5 74.5 3.10.to 29.99 few days of S.E.-erly winds towards the latter part of the month, fresh,sea breezes 16th to 20th 78.5 77.0 2.09 to 29.75 between N. and N.E. have prevailed be- tween ten A.M. and sunset. 2lst to 25th " 78.2 77.2 i.00 to 29.94 26th to 31st 1 .. 72.0 71.2 ê.04 to 30.35

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. April 7-Saturday. J¡.0 8-Sunday . H-*2 9--Monday. 12 5 10-Tuesday. *2-23 li-Wednesday. 1.4 12-Thursday. 1'42 13-Friday. 2 25

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. IPSWICH.- Our correspondent's communication, enclosing the advertisement of the meeting, did not reach tis until after our publication on Saturday last.

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THE [?] SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1849. OUR EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

THE *.. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1849. OUR EXPORTS. ITÍS said in reply to a petition that Moreton Bay may be. declared a Free Warehousing Port, that the trade of this place is cou lïned to äffew-»coasting vessels, fiom Syd nçy. That our commerce is restricted to ,lHç metropolitan port we know full well, to our cost, and that is the very evil that we soughfHo remedy ; but those who have watchedftjie rapid, increase in our shipping and exports dering the last twelve months wilt-not be'disposed to agree in the state- ment, that a few coasters are sufficient for our trade. We have a document before us, the accuracy of which, we -presume, may be relied upon. It is the Prospectus of the Sydney Tramroad and Railway Company, and contains a statement, pur- posing to tje correctly calculated from the Custom House returns, of the number of ,-hales of wool received coastwise from Moreton Bay during the year 1847. The information thus conveyed presents so striking and-sfextraordinary a contrast to ¿he...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI.-The following is an extract from a letter dated Porte-au-Prince : " AH is comparatively quiet here, but the ex-Se- cretary of State, David Troy, a black man, devoted to good order and civilization, has been shot ; and to aggravate the situation of the coloured popu- lation, already so imminently perilous, the autho- rities, with a fiendish policy, picked coloured, soldiers, and formed with them the company which executed the sentence. In fact, the country is tion will follow execution. Intelligent blacks will share the fate of coloured persons, until foreign nations, considering the immense risk for their commerce amidst a horde of assassins, will take steps to stop the evil, and give a new direction to the fate of Hayti. If Europe remains silent, the United Stales will not." BARBAROU3 MüRDERS IN TIPPERARY.-In the London Herald, of October 11th, we read an account of another bloody transaction in the county of Tipperary, Ireland. A farmer nam...

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INDIA. ATTACK OF THE SEIKHS AT THE PUNJAUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

INDIA. ATTACK OF THE SEIKHS AT THE PUNJAUB. LORD GOUGH arrived on the 21st November at'the seat of war, and on the arrival of the troops at Ramnugger ordered an attack. In attempting to take the enemies' batteries we lost a glin and'the gallant General Cm eton and Colonel Havelock; willi a long list of wounded. Another day's post was expected to convey to Bombay the news of an attack on the Seikh army, the defeat of which it in ThYca m p oTch ü tîe'rsi n'stí^^fatr^MftiMf'cf A.D.C., had died of his wounds, lauter accounts announce that General Wheeler had carried Kalal wallah, occupied by Gindat Singh and Chunder Singh, and cut up 600 of the enemy. The follow- ing graphic account of the late engagement of the British troops with the Seikhs is from a corres- pondent, of the Moffrt(,sili;tv. Ramnugger ii situate in¿Ihcinterior^of the Punjaub some dis- ; tance to trTe^fcrth¿easf of Lahore. «. -? s/, RDMNCGGER, NOV. 22, 1848.-Lord Gouglí and his staff arrived yesterday at the camp near A...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 April 1849

Í s* ,* J*. V^W* -COX0N4AL JírTR-A^ÜTS -pOLQNIAL WOjGp 'FOR the followinfg^statement of the average prices of Colonial Wools, sold in London'«during the months'of August and September .last, we are indebted to the Sydney Morning-Heral&<t? ) ' ... J'ort - Sydney. i«a ;; 11 ' JpHçes. ,'8."d. 5-2 jp* 2 0 ,1X1% I IO i H -«lu? '..¿li !* .a MAX 8 t U 7 ?4, >-. n 1 - '. 'n'1 * s* n^MÍy rhiuip. ,2 7 2 8 30 , 13 J 62 13 31 48 47 83 110 110 213 176 ,267, 393 597 593 857 791 967 1,188 1,585 1,508 1,909 1,133 603 275 270 182 131 87 50 25 42 V.D^and. '2 !» "0 li >f"P'-o io 0 9¿ 0^9 0-8} 0 8 ?0 7f. o;? 0 "6 0 5¿ fh, . 0 5 r 0 3 1 /Mo 4¿; iTbtal.... 14,848 10,660 3,061 Bales. Averaging lid."7-12 lOd. 37-40 lOd. 11-16 per lb. 6 13 , 13 -. 44 .¿6 162 150 171 482 603 532 717 887 1,372 1,565 1,393 873 497 280 208 163 115 35 45 33 11 1 6 3 7 '4 4 l8 li ' 34. 48 51 44 93 m 166 195 421 455 393 370 165 201 102 ,38 35 14 6 5 17

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