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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [ur ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. Juhj 13 -Black Dog, sthoo 1er, from Now Caledonia , Monarch, b trquc, from Melbourno , AVmo of Life, sthooner, from Batlle Creek, ktmbh, steamer from the ChileRi\cr
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
"TIddinöton & SONS, -- " " - yyHOLESALE BOOT, SHOE, LEATHER, ' OBINDERY STORE, 03 YOHK-STEEET, ' ' SYDNEY._3546 -JOHN KEEP, Wholesale Ironmonger, 16 l8, 20, Barrack-street, ' SYDNEY. Bar Iron and Steel Merchant, Oils, Points and Pnlnr^American goods. -^^^iîiBANE STORE. JOSEPH HOGAN, .CuOlSUXS AOT R*TAni »BATEE, GBOOEB, "^ ¿HD IbONMONGEB, Rtanleystrcet^Stanlcy Quay, South Brisbane. --J, W. M'KEAND, AUCTIONEER, Beal PaorEETr & Pastobai, Estate Agekt. gales Room and Office: Qucon-street, adjoining D the Treasury. -r^iiÜrTHORSE REPOSITORY. Livebt, Bait, & Commission Stables, toar of tho Sovereign Hotel, Quoen-slreet, " ?> Brisbane Saddle and Harness Horses, Dog-Carts, &c, always on hand, for Sale or Hire. 7 M'LENNAN & DUNCAN, og"- v r _Auctioneers, &c. SMITH & FEMISTER, Drapery, MiiMSEBT, & Mantle Wabehovse, Queen-street, Opposite Mr. Clark's, Fruiterer, Brisbane. 2 -"pTtRICK LYNCH, (Late Foreman to A. Lenehan, Sydney) C...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
'" Auction Sale«._ MONDAY, JULY l8. Valuable allotments of land at south brisbane, Being Allotments 30 and 74 on Plan of Sub- division of Portion 167, and originally known as the NEWTOWN ESTATE. DICKSON ¿k DUNCAN will sell by auction, at their Auction Mart, adjoining the Bank of New South AVales, Queen-street, on MONDAY, July l8, at 11 o'clock, TWO VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS in the NEWTOWN ESTATE, being Lots 30 and 74 on Plan of Portion 167, Parish South Brisbane, and known as Allotments in the NEWTOWN ESTATE. These Allotments aro each about 30 Perches, and have extensive frontogo to the Main Ipswich Road. Tiley are admirably adapted for pur- poses of either business or residence, convenient to the heart of the eily, and approoehablo by that main artery of traffic-the Ipswich Road. The position is too well known to require airy further description ; and the prices obtained at the first sale of this property substantially proved the eonfidenco of the public in this land. Title under Real Pr...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
fije Courtes PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1864. The items of English news coin eyed to us b} the telegraphic vues nie not tins month of a \eiy inspmting characlei The w11 concerning the Schleswig Holstein Duchies continues to monopolise the main sime of public attention and 'nteiest, and although the boom of tlieiannon 1ms been foi a time silenced, ami the cmiage tem poianly suspended, it is as jet doubtful whethei the \e\ed question at issue will be settled by the peaceiul delibci.itious of a Confeience, 01 is destined to îrnoh e anothei European wai Closely connected as the Ko\ al families of the belligerents aie with th it of Gieat Gillam, it is not a niattei of surpiise-although it is much to be îc gietted-tint íepoits aio ufe that tim wai Ins cieated dissensions in t!ie lojal cuele The feeling of the miss oi,_ the English people is cu- ddil 1} stiongly m f.uoi of the Danes, md the asadtidii of Loi d Johv R.lss>i i,i. in the Hoti'-e of Commons, condemnutoiy of the Austii...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 14, BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—Timothy Jones and John M'Intyre were each fined 10s. for drunkenness. &nbsp; &nbsp; BREACH OF TOWNS' POLICE ACT.—Henry &nbsp; &nbsp; Heilbron was charged with hanging goods for sale over the public footway. He pleaded not &nbsp; guilty, and Mr. Hamilton's clerk appeared for &nbsp; him. From the evidence of Sergeant Buckley it was clear that there was a case against the defendant and he was fined 10s. and costs. BREACH OF PUBLICAN'S ACT.—John P. &nbsp; Kelly, of the Shamrock Hotel, Margaret-street, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; pleaded guilty to a charge of having allowed &nbsp; dancing in his licensed house without permis- sion from the Police Magistrate, and was fined 10s. and costs. ASSAULT.—The adjourned assault case—Mad- &nbsp; &nbsp; dock v. Adsit—was struck off the sheet, there &...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
STEAM TO IPSWICH. IHE AMY will load cargo TO- DAY for Ipswich. QBE & HONEYMAH. TJSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY-- The CITY- CF BRISBANE, 48 hours after arrival. Por BOOKHAMPTON DIBEOT.-The WIL- LIAMS, TUESDAY, July 19, at 7 p.m. No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH Tho IPSWICH, Tliia Day, FRIDAY, July 15, nt 5 a.m. Tho BEISBANE, SATURDAY, July 10, at 6 a.m. HENEY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane._ SHE? LEO-ION OF HONOR, PROM LONDON. â /CONSIGNEES by the abovennmed \ yj Vessel will please take notice that g» LIGHTERS aro daily Discharging at tho Wharf of the undersigned, and it is re- quested that GOODS may bo Removed as Landed. J. &, G. HARRIS, Agents, Brisbane, July 91h, 1861._423 ATLANTIC, FROM MELBOURNE. -*klv T^HIS Vessel is now DISCHARGING j*í$\-L nt BatT's Wharf. Consignees are ¿fijase requested to Pass Entries at once, and pay freight to the undersigned, nud remoro their Roods as landed. BRABANT & CO. Agents. Brisb...
QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 15 July 1864
QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COM- &nbsp; PANY. The second annual meeting of the Queensland Insurance Company and Provident Institute was held at the School of Arts yesterday. Mr George Board was elected to the chair. Mr C J Trundle (the Secretary), read the following report of the directors, and also the balance sheet - " In presenting thoir second annual report, tho direct01 s of tho Queensland Insurance Com pany and Provident Instituto congratulate the shaieholders on tho present standing and future prospects of tho company " By tho subjoined statement and balanco sheet, duly cei titled by the auditors as correct, it will bo seen that the fire pi «mums of the year ending the 30th June amount to £2971 17s 3d, and tho lo-scs by fires during tho year to £2091 3s 3d Tho number of policies issued by tho company during the year is 617, rcpre scnting £205 822 ' Ti om a desiro to protect the interests of this institution, your dnectors havo been compelled to declino a lery largo amount of...
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Additional Light.—MoRETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
NOTICE TO M.Mi IXE US. Additioxal Lioiit.-Moucrox lïyv. Un Poit Mista fient G 1 Until lins not if id tint on und nfler the 22 id lune a lixcd bndit h"ht will bo cxhibitc 1 fiom Co \ in Cow in Point l8 feet abo e hiJi w ita muk lins lidit will be vistlli between the bennies of S by I }1 uni 1 JV mi 1 betneen Ï) I i N mi I N > I \ 1 it w ill dso be ne, nu con to the cistwnid of X by 1 } I Co nboyuro Point ii0ht will on nu 1 after this dite bo also visillo betw in tho be tun0s of > i 1 and îy by W noitherlv
THE NEW CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
THE NEW CHANNEL. . The practical nely nntnges of the new channel at tho Rner Bur were moio fully shown on Suhudav lasl than tiny lune been lulhcito Tho bniquis Lion anti Atlantic nero t ikcn thiough it hy Air Primus at night, mid during (ho neap tides Iho tuon was (list lowed thiough by the Btisbim tug di iwmg ten feet, when die signal ni ih ) hJitship showed only nine feet sl\ inches on the bill Aftirtlus ycsscl lind broiidil to nun liig_igc Point Air Traill!« in tin hu went alon^si le Hu \tlintit mid mu li fast lo bei port «uh theSetllu Inning pieuously lushtd on to tin «I n bom d Iho tno slcinncis willi the Vtlanhc dun gol mulei n ugh and pn-«od IhiouJi the chiinii 1 nt full speed, uni although the hinque was dinning eley cn feet of w ihr the woi Is ' stun I by wuo never I pnssed to the tii-jnies On buhu day ive belnye un« (he lowest tub uni yet Musi tno vessels each of windi is mon than 200 tons register, were brought mlo the mci without hailiig been h,'hlenicl an evuit unpreced...
THE LADY BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
THE LADY BOAVEX. The Q S îy Company's steamer Lady Bowen left Gin ;oir on the 27th IA-brium last an 1 put to «el fiom Greenock on the 1st Mm di On tho afternoon of the 2u 1 of that month she put into lung town Hirboi and at 1 am on the next diy she resumetl hor pnssitgc but was compelled to put into Wntufoul at 9 o dock the same night through a yioknt gale fiom the south ea t She lu) there until tho morning of tin 5lh Aluich «hen «ho put to »ea mil foi the first twenty four bouts hal fine wini ha aft i which she encountered a heavy south nesteily gili which much letarded her pi ogre s li om tho tuno the weather mod uitedtlu f tdj Baw iii met with rontrmy winds and cilms with the exception of hi o days ti ide wind« until sin nrnudntSt Arinccnt s which wus on the 17th Alirih She remained then for (ne diys during which time she took on bonni a fitsh supply ol coal, and on the night oT the 22iul Afiireh she put to sen an I stennet! foi Unity hour« Captain B unctt then took the Hunts oil...
THE FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
THE FARM AND GAUDEN". Tur past month has been mail ed with con tuitions fine w cathu until the eyciung of the 12th, yyhen rum set m and continued without Intel mission until tho moulin^ of the lilli yyhen the wintha broke and now ¿ms iiidence of a lecuiiciicc of fine diys The mild ginnl veather of the pisfc fin moulin has slimulited the giowth of the lite sowuciops mid our faimeisaic icceivm0 from the sod profitable returns for then past e\ci tions Hie potato nop, fioin tho nbsenco of any soycro fiosts luno como on to mntuiitj with a fair i e I'ejiild-a» also the late sown nuiizo-both of these pioducts come to a remit lierntni mirket Hie bica It li of land picparcd and prcpiung for tho reception of spring el ops is yery large giving uuiiustnke ible pi oof that tho dillions of Lii-buiu possess m spite of tho oft repente 1 slur of the stool holde», tint yyo can groyy only a feiy pino apples Urge nu 19 of lund, yyliteh yyith cnicful und piudint hush in Ii y ein bo coincilcd into u sour...
THE QUEENSLAND FOUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
TEE QUEENSLAND FßXTNDST. be - About twelve months ago it became our pica sont duty to announce the gratifying fact that our enterprising fellow townsman, Mr A Cameron, of the Queensland Foundry, had taken the necessary steps to enlarge Ins establishment to a considerable extent, and tmproro and add to the means previously at lus command for the manufacture and repair of maolunery of every desci îption At that tuno tho idea was cnlor tamed that provision had been made, certainly at a great outlay, to ensuro the production in the colony in a satisfactory manner, of a do scnption of ironwork for which thcio was a daily increasing demand, and which, m the absence of a foundry of Bicfllciont size in Queens lund, it had been found necessary to import from tho ironworks in tho colonies of New South Wales and Victoria That Mr Cameron s pro |cct would pi ove eminently successful thcro could be no doubt, and ev cry oneouragement w as af foi ded linn but before the lapao of many months it beca...
VESSELS IN HARBOR.—July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
VESSELS IN HARBOR.-Jrar 15. Ship Vernon, 891 tom, Captain Aldridge, from London, via Southampton. J. and G. Harris, agents. Ship Legion of Honor, 1219 tons, Captain Grimmer, from London. J. and G. Horris, agents. Barque Corinne, 396 tons, Captain Ocliiltree, from London. AVienholt, Walkor, & Co.,»gents. Barque AVarrcn Hastings, 581 tons, Captain Hedley, from London via Southampton. Wienholt, AValkcr, and Co., agents. Barquo Golden Eagle, 537 tons, Captain Limmex, from Sydney. Borque Atlantic, *260 tons, Captain T. G. Kelly, from Melbourne. Brabant & Co., ngents. Barquo Lion, 216 tons, Captain Bennett, from Sydney. G. Raff and Co., agents. SchoonerRhondda, 84 tons, Captain J. Rear- don, from Dunedin, New Zealand. H. S. Gren- fell, agent. Schooner AVilliinn, 183 tons, Coptain P. Dickson, from Alary-borough. Schooner Maria, 160 tons, Captain J. Morgan, from Melbourne. Bright Bros, agents. Schooner Storm King, 120 tons, Captain D. White, from the Richmond Rivor. Captain,...
EXPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
EXPORTS OF COLONIAL PRODUCE. Per steamer to Sydney : AVool, 838 bales, 1 half-bale, 3 packages 3 bogs j sheepskins, 30 bales, 26 bundles, 1 bag ; hides, 609 ; tallow, £01 casks i Cotton, 13 bales, 1 half-bale ; gold and bullion, 67 om., 2 parcels, and £7510. j
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
SOCIAL. 7 ¡it event« which have occurred during the Liirruit n onth which has elapsed smct tho last publication of our Summary, when regarded socially, aie of little moment In the treat world where the circumstance of on ambassador sudden!} lervmg a court mdie iles the piobu milly of a gcneial war, every hoiu is invested ?with mttrest and anxieU-but in this rcmoie colony month follows after month, and except to ourscrres, no change of importance is per coptible Tho arrival and the departure of the mad for I'cgland, in fact are the pi meipal in gredients winch composo tho month s c\.cite mont New and then, it is true, that we hi vc o nice little political or iramigiation ogitition meeting-a grand cilcket inateh 01 a non elee lion of members of Parliament-but as n rule ne go on at one steady old fashioned trot lever ícgicsBing, but slowly and wo believe surely-progressing Such is tho caso with Australian c&lt;lonies generally, and, so we hine no reason to complain TheRoval Bir...
SUMMARY FOR ENGLAND. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
j&ümttwrg FOR ENGLAND. POLITICAL. Tbií month would have been uneventful but for a gross mistake which tho Government has committed in assuming to itself a power for which it has no warrant During the sitting of Parliament, early in June, the Legislate e At sembly adopted a resolution, which was pre nously passed in committee of the wholo House, affirming the expediency of bringing in . bill to make provision for tho collection of on export duty on gold, and m accordance theie ?with, a bul was brought in Aftei the adjourn ment of Parliament, a notice was pubhshed m the Oaiette and m the local ncwspipers at our isvoral ports, cautioning all persons against "exporting gold on which the dutv of two .hillings and sixpence per ounce shall not have been paid under the Gold Duty 4.U of 1S64 now in force ' " The bdl has uot boen advanced to its second reading m the House in which it originated, 60 that tho declaration of the Collector of Customs that it ia in force i e, of full eflec...
SHIPPING SUMMARY. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
SHIPPING SUMMARY. Juno 20.-H. M. S. a. Salamander, 4 guns, Captain J. Carnegie, from Sydney the 22nd June. June 30.-Golden Eagle, barque, 537 tons, Captain Limmcx, from Sydney. July 1.-Lady Bowen, steamer, 700 tons, Captain Burnett, from Greenock, ria tho Cape of Good Hopo and Sydney. Piissengers : Dr. and Mrs. Haran, Mrs.'Fowler and two children, Mrs. Gibb, Mrs. C. 1). Pringle, Messrs. AL R. Pringle. E. n. Pringle, V. M. Pringle, P. Ord, W. Henderson, R. M. Slownrt, and twenty-two in tho steerage. Q. S. N. Company, agents. July 4.-Legion of Honour, Black Bull ship, 1219 tons, Captain Charles Grimmer, from London the 11th March. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. N. Gregory, Messrs. -R. A. Ranking, Thomas R. Riddell, John Sewell, George A. Clayton, Holland, H. Bush, N. Smith, Charles Davis, Dr. J. J. AVatson, and 312 in the second cabin, intermediate, and steerage. J. &. Harris, agents. - DEPARTURES. June l8.-Flying Cloud, Black Bull Bhip, 1139 tons, Captain If. (J. Keen, for London. ...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BT ELECTHIO TLLEOBAI'II ] Aitnn Hi July It -Urara, s, from the Clarence River, AuckUnl, ss, from Nelson, Lovett, ship, from San Francisco, Prince Putnek, schooner, ond Gil Blas, brig, from Wi le Bay , Wmdhover, brig, from Pott Cooper
TUE QUARTER'S REVENUE. COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of the Consolidated Revenue of the Colony of Queensland, and of the Special Funds paid into the Treasury, at Brisbane, during the Quarters ended 30th June, 1863, and 30th June, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
TUE QUARTER'S REVENUE. COMTAHATIVK STATEMENT of tllO Consolillntod Key cuno of tlio Colony of Queensland, und of tlio Special Fuuds paid into Hie Treasury, tit Brisbnno, during tho Quarters ended 30th June, 1863, and 80th June, 18G1. HEAD OP- BKVENX7E Oil HECEIPT. Qr. Ended 30th June, 18G3. Qr. Eudcd 30th. Juno, 18G1. Customs Spirits . Wino . Ale, Porter, and Beor, of all sorts ... Tobacco . Ten. Sugar and Molasses Coffeo and Chicory Opium . Gold . Loîd Revenite Proceeds of Land Sales, ' £53,130 5s. Gd. ¡ loss Land Or ders,£-12,2392s.3d. Eenls ol' Land Ditto iu Agricultural Iiescrt'CB ... ... Assessment, on Rulla Survey of Huns ... Postaoe Licenses To Wholesale Spirit Dealers To Cul Timber, Make Bricks, ,£.0. ... To Auctioneers To Bonded Store- keepers To Kolail Fermented and Spirituous Li qttors . Night. Licenses to Publicans and for Billiard Tables ... To Hawkers and l'ed lers . All other Licenses £ s. d. 18102.11 10 187G 1 . G 50G 15 50D7 4 2212 0 2G51 Ï9 35t l8 175 5 10 -I 0 4 0...
MORETON BAY SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864
MORETON "SAT SAVINGS' SANK. Tur, following, comparativo statement of de- posits for second quarters, endiug on tho 30tU June, of tho years 1862, 18G3, 1864, has been courteously handed to us for publication by Air. R. F. Phelan, tho Managing Trasloo : April. Alay. Juno. 1862. , G7 Depositors . 119 ditto . 12S ditto " 331 ditto 1803. . 178 Depositors . 20G ditto . 200 ditto 581 ditto 18G1. . 220 Depositors . 273 ditto . 251 ditto' 750 dilto evening deposits" 1SG3. ' , -12 Depositors , 59 ditto . 59 ditto Amounis. ... £032 16 2 . 315G 19 8 ... 1811 10 -1 ... £5931 15 2 April... >,, Alay ... "i. Juno. ,,, £2780 17 ß ... 2170 16 -1 ... 2821 1 0 April . . Alay. Juno ... '£7,775 14 10 ... £2495 3 S ... 3215 5 11 ... 2311 10 7 ... £8552 G 2 Saturday abovo. AprU. Alay. J uno ,, ,, included ¿ in tho , Amounts. ... £236 10 3 ,,. ' 338 4 6 ... '352 0 0 1 1861. , ;'"- ' April. 70 Depositors ",,,> £469' 9 9 Alay. 83 ditto '" ... 591 16 0 Juno.100 ditto' ,".,. 599 7 1 253 dilto ... £1G60 12...