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STRANDING OF THE WARREN GODDARD, SOHOONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

STRANDING OF THE WARREN GOD DARD, SCHOONER. fsVThis vessel left Bnsbano on tho evening of the 8th instant and crossed the river bnr on the following night bound for Melbourne ti < Li0una Bay She was to call at the I it ter pi ice to land the machinery and plant of o s in mill intended to be established there by o Alt Blnkesby who was to travel overland ati I meet the «choonei at Laguna Bay On reaching the place above mentioned Captain Janies suit nshoie but could not find tho pal ties he expected to meet and the vessel lay nt anchor tin re two days while a search was made At the expnation of that tinto the weather bee une un ttled and finding it un°aft to lay in au exponed place like Laguna Biy she put batk to Aloritou 1 av and anchored ort the j ellon Patch on Aloritou Island on Wednesday afternoon having neither wmd nor tide to 1 ike her to the anchorage in A ule Road« Captain James then went n«hori 1 aving the schooner m charge of the mate to telcgriph to his owners in...

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

BHMMXtl. [VALS. ARRT July 15. - Susannah, schooner, 21 tons, Captain Coote, from Maryborough. July 15.-Fairy, schooner, 40 tons, Captain Petkbridge, from Maryborough. CLEARANCES. July 15.-Warren Hastings, barque, 667 tons, Captain A. Hedley, for Singapore, in ballast. July 15.-Corinne, barque, 39G tons, Captain Ochiltree, for Shanghac, vid Newcastle, in ballast. IMPORTS. Fairy, from Maryborough : 25,000 feet sawn pine, W. Pettigrew. IWWICH Steasckb.-The Brisbane will start from the A.S.N. Company's wharf at 6 o'clock this morning. Two schooners arrived at the bar last evening, but we could not ascertain their names. One of thom was described as having thrco masts, and is most probably the Policeman from Mary- borough. Owing to the neap tides the Yarra Yarra, s., which left Brisbano on Tuesday last for the Northern Ports, was detained inside the river bar until yesterday evening. On Thursday evening the Ipsvviefi, s., was sent down to her with a quantity of fresh provisions. There we...

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NEWS OF THE-MONTH. From June 11 to June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

NEWS OF THE; MONTH. FroinJunollto Juno l8. The English mads wore delivered in Brisbane t ," 17th bv the Agues Irving steamer onuX°of lomelapers Jo to the 2bth April KeSstotlie 6thiMayl^bMlire(!Uvei1 by tCX monthly0» Summary" for England was pushed to day, for despatch by tho outgoing ^""ô-»tamth ^ 90Ut!loru Jmuf has been interrupted all the week, in iTequcnclof a disastrous floodin thonoithorn fi, tacts of New South Wales $e survey and working drawings of the Bebano Bridge have been completed, and frmv oriaugemont is now made for tho nu Sfafe Prosecution of the woiks 'iho order fo the mateuel wdl bo sent home by tho out £Trf.sf3aÜp N Russell and Co, engineers aucKouudcis, of Sydney, have meseuted a bell fo he trustee, of theUnionPresbytcnanChurch, ,"v in course of erection on AViekham Tcirace The police havo commenced a raid against virant dogs w Inch ni o not registered I Chinaman, nainid Tom Chow, was com ""(ted for trial today, on a chai go ot i ape ¡he complainant was tho Eui op...

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QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. Ax ordinary meeting of tho council of tho abovo society was held on Juno 29 in the Parlia- mentary Buildings, there being presont Mr. 0. Coxen, M.L.A., Mr. T. B. Stophons, M.L.A., and Messrs. L. A. Bomays mid \V. II. Barleo, Honorary Secretaries. DONATIONS Mr. Beiin-ays announcod that tho following donations had been received sinco tho last day of mooting i-From Mrs. Ducar, through Mrs. Chester Masters, ono tallegalla. Mr. D. Mac- pherson, one teal duck. Mr. P. May-no, six vory fino owes. Mrs. Colonel O'Connoll, one rosella parrot. Mr. Groy, of Concert Cliff, ono podargus. Mr. Gcorgo Olivor, of Taranaki, a package of seeds. In reference to tho ovvcb, Ali-. Bornays remarked that tho Booiety wore much indebted to Mr. Mayne for so vnluablc a present, Ihofc gentleman having heard that tho society wanted some well-bred ewei to keep with tho Cltiuoso sheep, had offered to procure the best ho could fiom tho Downs, and hod paid as much as £1 a head for th...

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LIGHT DUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

LIGHT DUES. Eaiîly in May the Colonial Treasurer brought forward in the Assembly a resolu- tion affirming the expediency of establish- ing " a scale of light dues to bo paid in " respect of vessels trading in or to the "colony of Queensland;" and the same was passed in committee of the whole and adopted by tho house. No bill had, however, been introduced, up to the ad- journment, to give effect to the resolution ; because, we suppose, the Government liad not then agreed upon the scale of duos to be charged. After their conduct in the matter of the illegal levying of the gold export duty, we trust' that the shipping and commercial interest is sufficiently sensible of their forbearance in this matter. The Government do really intend to wait for the sanction of an Act of Parliament before collecting light dues, instead of doing this in virtue of tho old act, 3 Wil- liam IV., No. 6, which is retained in our statute book. This would afford thom as rational grounds for such a proceeding, ...

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THE LEGION OF HONOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

THE LEGION OF HONOR. I TO TUB BMTOlt Or TUR HlilSIlVVn COUHIER Sut,-Knowing Mi Suigeon bupcimlciidiiit AValsou would duro do 01 say uti)thing on bomd ship, I did not imagine he would go to suih n length as to publish a he Ile nsseils of ncici leainig the main deck by any (banco until ho lind «ceil oi ci y gul leine lollitn sleeping upai I mont, bul ti can bo pioicd at Iho emly horn of 2 o'clock in the morning voting gills, located in the second uibiii between duel s npptoptintcd to tho single gentle mon, lui) e been left by lum m their society, willi no light save whut wns given by two lamps at on ovtremc distance, serving only to n uko dullness tho molo visible TIub is long smeo leming the li opie.« It tin fuvoiod few who not niioinmodiilid with luviuics in the suloon, the) wue bioughl to the cupluiu s cabin, 01 on the poop lo thcin I can foi u eel tumi) stute the government mutton noyci onie solicited nny cue to take bel pint 'Jins was not licccssiuy Hot altoied count enanco und f...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

NE Wa OF THE WEEK. FltlcUV EVKXIXG. Tun annul of the rn0hsli May mini tit Ade laulc (South Austinlii) was ltliBiiiphtil to Brisbane on Tuesday foiciioott and ti lengthy despatch of tho news wits published by us the sumo day It docs not seem likely thal tho peaco ot Luropo or America will soon bo íestoied I hough iliMOini' tit lho Lank of Lngland is as hi¡,h as 7 pet cent (it was no1 abovo IO dining tho paine m 1657) money is lcpoitecl to be plentiful and Queensland deben lines ino quoted at IOS and 110 lho piteo of wool is most stttisfiictoty 'lho second annual mi cling of tlieQueeifliud Insurance Company was held ycslciduv, and tho icpotl of the dttcctots adopted A bat-ant m aid of the South Bnsbano Chinch extension fund wa« opened in St John s School toom on W«dneschiy but owing to the niele mont wealhei the first day s sties weic no1 laige \caleidiiy ililli today multéis vveie much improved On iuesday a woodcutter, named Willum» Stamp, an old colonist, yvas ciushcd to death by a ...

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THE TOWN HALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

TUE TOWN HALL. TO TUE EDITOll OF TUE lUUSBAXi; COlTBIF.n. Silt,-Ibeio has been a good deal of coircs pondeiice in the local papei.« of lito lelatiiu to the new town Hull 1 um not dcsitous to ob trade myself on the publie, but it is bul fuir, when unjust insinuations aie indulged in, that 1 should be allowed the opportunity of lepelhng them Some capital has been attempted to be inado out of the application madu by Mi Onritek on behalf of myself and Ah Bourne to the Bet Oeoigo Wight as to the identity of tho pcison upon yy hose nuthouty some stntemouts winch nppeired in the Gnauhan a few day s since w ci o niscited I did no1 myself bchcio that Mi A\ ifjit could hine seen them until they nppenred ni punt We haye ney ci been on other thun pel sonnl fi icndly toi ms, he lins behm ed kindly to ino on mora than ono occasion and I though!, and I bchov chow ill no Wfiitik mo hard in so ßay tng, that as ho could know nothing of my piofcssion, ho w ould at least hay o giv en mo tho opportu nit...

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CORRESPONDENCE. " MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING." TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

-¿! VOmiESM»OJ%TOMuXCM¡. i} " MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING." TO IHT HDIIOE OP TUB BniSBAXK COÜKIEB. Sib-I hay e no doubt that not a few peoplo wero «urpuscd to seo tho notico in tho Supple mcntniy Gazelle of Snturday last waining per sons against taking part in a " public demon stialionol upurl} ehaitictcr," which was said to bo deteuninecl upon on the 12th instant Plus notice suimiscd me no less than it did tho rest of the community, and my astonishment w is mci cased not a little when I received tho subjoined notice on lttesduy morning moio especially as my bewdderuieut lind been pre viously added to by circumstances which I will presently relate I will first give a copy ot tho notice - ' Notice undfr PtmMf'Aî.s Act or 18G3 "lo John Dmicl Heal licensed publican of the Punce Consult Hotel, situate in Wick ham sheet in the city of Bnsbanc ' U hcicas nub mutton on oath bath been laid befoie the mulei signed one of her Ma'esty s Justices ot the Peace in and foi tho city ol Bus bnne in the c...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. FRIDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS EniDAV, JlTLY 15. Biushim--9 n m Biiioiniter (coirectcd), 29 0J7, theiinomclci (shide), 57 2 , ditto (thy bulb), 58 8, ditto (wet bulb), 5S 1 , force of wind, 1, du ection, N N E , octcut of cloud, I, weather, foggy , rinifnll dilling the last 24 hollis al 112 inches (Per Elect) te Tclegi aph ) AAr)7tiv rck -0 a m Baiomitir (collected), 28 151 , thermometer (shaJo), 1-70 , ditto (diy bulb), 58 5 , ditto (wet bulb), 5t, fono of wind, 1, diieihon, SW, extent of cloud, 10, weiilhei, calm and raining Wind and WriTiini-9 nm Lytton, N E and fine, ratlin hazy , Ipswich, calm und fine, Laidley, eulin and dull, Toowoomba, AV and light rum , Diayton, AV and laituug, Dalby, N W and ruining SiDNri-9 am Biromotei, (eoireeted), 29012, Ihiunomctci, (shute), 395, ditto (elly bulb), 5J5, ditto (wet bulb), 33 2, foieo of wind, 9, din ilion, S by AV , citent of cloud, 10, we ilhei, blowing lui I and nuning bundy Rainfall dinny last 21 lioui-, 1 921

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MR A 5IARTIN, at 11 o'clock, at tho City Auction Alart Drapery, Saddlery, Q I Co 's Shin cs At 2 o clock, on tho ground, Letch hardt street Land MLSSRS DICKSON A DUNCAN, at 11 0 i lock, at their Auction Alart Di apery, 1 uimtuie, Ale, Piano, and Sundi ics At 12 o clock Lund m various Localities AIISSRS 1 RASER A, BUCKLAND, at 12 odoek, at their Rooms Land in Yimous Localities, Horses AIR R CRAAVFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Horso Bazaar Horses, Dray s, Harness Saddlei y, iVc MR AY* H KENT, at 11 o'clock at the Pound Hoiscs At 12 o clock, Cows with Calves At 2 o clock, at Humpln ey's Hotel, South Bns banc Cows with Calves All bSR3 UPWARD A BOWLES, nt 11 o clock, at then Rooms Hoi ses, Saddles, Hal ness, io All SsllS SIMMONS BODDY, A CO nt 11 o clock, at their Alnrt lode! Glussis, Dings Cheese At lo dock Bedsteads, Chinan no, Tancy Goods AIR H RUH" at 3 o clock at his Rooms, Ann street lurnituie and Sundi les Ali &S RS HOGl RS A SC VM...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

AI VILS PPll L0\1B VA. acneial Post Office Biisbaue July H> 1SG1 ~\/T VILS pet the P and O S N Company s J-tJL «tcnmtr Bombay will be mile up at tins oflico an 1 despot bed t«i Sydna, pci City of Biisbaue as nuclei -- loi nil places o\eept Sydney Alelbounio, and the Um-iid KiMUivr the AI VIL will close on AIOND VY the 18th instaut at 8 p m Registered Letters must be ported befoto 5 p ni the saine (luv 1 oi Sydney Afclboiirne and the United Kinodom only, lho Mad will dose on the santo day at 10 ]) m Rcgistcied Lcttcis will bo lccciyed until C p m Noir-Lettin foi 1'ie United Kingdom only mulled iii Mi nile', alto leiten foi the loloniei of ¿tew Soiil/i littles an I Mi toi ia lieui/filli/ piepaid an I bealing a L HE VI E of GI in aIdilion lo 1'ie mimi latei of poila/c mil be i dene i al the Gene) al Post Office until mid ii//it Nfvv »p iprtts -1 or all pla"C3 evapt Sv d icy Alclbournc mid the United Ivmgdom at 1 p m lot Sydney Melbourne, and the United KutD dom at 5 p m lho followin...

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DIARY MEMOBANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

MBMnittMM TU 1 .luly, I Min 1804. | Discs I Sut* High Hiller on b ir Morn. 1 IZvun. 10 17 Salunln/ (1 Bl | 5 IS buna ij | C 51 | 5 l8 7 IS 1 7 42 8 8 | 8 34 Moot-Full, .Tut} 10, 4h tam pill

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TELEGRAPHIC. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. July 15. Supreme Court.—Civil Sittings. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

TKÏÏ.KaHAPHMV. (»BOM OUR TELEQBAPIIIO COBBESPOHDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. July 15. SrrBEME Cotot.-Civil Sittings. Tho caso of Bauer v. Blaxland was concluded last evening-a verdict being returned for lho plaintiff, for £27. SAOnSB v. PlULtlFS. This was an undefended cuso ; the plaintiff refused to avail himself of tho assistance of Mr. Blitkoney, who hold u brief, niul conducted his ovni caso. A verdict was returned in his favor to the amount of £20. Movers v. Hudson axd White. Action for defamation of character. Damages wcro laid at £1000. A verdict was returned for tho defendants. . Tho criminal causo list was then proceeded with. Ilis Honor tho Judge spoko in tho most severo terms of tho non-attondanco of special jurors, and fined Mr. Do St. Jcau £10, Isaacs, £5, Harvey-, £3, and Campbell, £3. Ho also re- commended tho removal of the Assizo Court to Warwick-a suggestion to which tho Attorney General promised to givo his attention, Fitzclaroncc,for stealing, was sentenced to two years' im...

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THE COURIER. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY IG, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

Cfte Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY IG, 1SGI. It ib )Oiy giiitifying to Quccn«hml in toiniiiou with .ill othei Butiah Colonies to liml (lint mingladon is talking nmk in the Unitul Kingdom among the foicmost pub lic questions Not« it list miling a soete opposition on the pnit of ctpit tltsts, and lugo employeto of luboi, the f.tct cannot be concealed that thete nie millions of nelsons now inhabiting tho Butu>h Islands, whose lot is one of unienutttiig toil foi inadequate lcinunciation They thank- fully accept a late of «ages, windi is just sulheieitt to keep them even on tho bunk of stat Mitton, completely excluding all hope of matciiiill) bettcuiigtlieii condition Eccent íevelations lii)e been made )ylncli show' that in some of the wealthiest agu eullui.il dishicts in langhin! tho laboieis lcceno less attention anti consitlei ition than the plough hoi ses The wonder is that the domestic tlcgiatltitiou und po)otty in winch so lui gc a poitton of the English peasantty hav...

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THE WARREN HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

THE WARREN HASTINGS. This vessel arrived in Brisbane Roads at 4:30       p.m. on Thursday, June 16, and was visited by the health officer, Dr. Hobbs, next day. She left Southhampton on the 28th of February last,   with 254 government immigrants, and had a very pleasant passage, no sickness or casulties of any kind having occurred. Only one death took   place—namely, that of a girl of one year old, named Anne Young, who died on the l4th March. Dr Hobbs having found every body   on board in good health passed the ship and   the immigrants were brought up to town on Monday, June 20.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Fusileer, Carvosso from London, sailed from Deal April 22. 85 days out.     Queen of the Colonies, Cairncross, from Lon don : loading. Earl Russell, Morley, from London, sailed from Deal April 13 1) t days out Young Australia, Grey, from London,   sailed General Caulfield, Richards, from London , sailed Sultana, Williams, from Liverpool, via the     Clyde and Hervey's Bay, sailed from Liverpool         April 22. 83 days out.   Lady Young (s), from tho Clyde Lass of Gan 1er, from Adelaide Alary and Ro3e fiom Sydney, sailed July 9 Agnes, from Sydney, loidmg Bonaparte, fiom Sydney Harriet, fiom the Richmond River. Policeman, fiom Maryboiough

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

COMME Mt VÍA ïïj. Cor/Ríen Olllce, Friday Evening. Thom the dato of our last " Summary' to tho end of tho half year, business was rather quiet, most houses bung engaged in taking stock Since, then boweya, there has been molo brisk ness m tride, especially m dour, sugars and teas In the foi ina pnilicuhnli a yery large amount of ti ade hu3 been dono Only one visse 1 has arm ni from Add ii le whence otu supplies aie almost cxclusncly diiiwn, and pic«ent aduces mention one yesscl as being on her way to this poit willi a enio0 of bruidstufls Undei existing eiieinnstniices, oin nnrl el is mied by the state of tho tiudc in Adehudo, but pines hine been very stendy thioughout the month The quotation non is £12 to £3J Sitgms biro remained without, alteration dur mg the inoiilh Iho demand bus beenvuy active, but Hie inipoilshiic hilly mel it I arge quantities of bulk bou mc conn ig to hand from the southern colonies It is chiefly of the old bien, and us it eau be placed at lotv rates, it depi...

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THE LEGION OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

THE LEGION OF HONOR. The arrival of an immigrant ship was signalled   at the Observatory on the 4th July, and accordingly Dr Hobbs, the Health Officer, left town in the steamer Settler for the purpose of visiting the ship in his official capacity. On   his arrival in the Bay it was found that the ship was close under Moreton Island, some 15 miles distant from the anchorage off the River Bar, and the steamer therefore proceeded across the Bay to her. During the examination of the   Surgeon Superintendent, the following particu- lars were elicited. The Legion of Honorleft Lon- don in charge of Capt Charles Grimmer on the 11th March last, and sailed from Gravesend on the 12th of the same month with 323 passen- gers on board, besides 500 tons of general mer- chandise, a portion of which consists of railway iron, which, we understand, is to be landed at Newcastle, N S W. As the ship   was detained some days in the Downs by con- &amp...

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PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 July 1864

PUBLIC WORKS. In the remarls which appeared mulei tho ubovo heading in our list Munmin wo took occa ion to refer to the grcit nnpioicmcnt which was dailv b conun0 inn ufeat in the quantity and qualitv of new buildings "oing up in and about Btislnno both of n public and piivate nature Dur ng the piist month the re suit has become even more ippuent and in every direction may bo seen building sj rinDiii0 up of a siro and chaiactcr which is tiltulitel to lcndei them a credit to am ntv Llic moie liiipoitlint works u nllcding the w lilts of the citizens {jCneially-the Bnd0e thu'W aterW oikc, and the lovvn Jlal! have also a Ivanccd in pio grcss bcvcial sla0cs With lcfiieneo to Hie bude, the excav liions foi the loiiiidation ol the abutments aie taken cut on tho North si le of the riT r wber the foundation stone will be la d I v hu J \ctlliiuv the Ctovernoi m tho couisu ol the neil fortnight, at the lcqucsl of the Coipo riliou Hie exe i Mil ion» foi Die abutments on the South sido aro being...

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