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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 September 1861
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. &nbsp; September 1. Clarence, steamer, Captain Cottler, from the Northern ports. Passengers - Mrs. Sherwin, Mrs. Harrison, Captain Smith (of the Ben &nbsp; Bolt). MesRrs. J Jinivet, Steel, J. Westavro.y, M'Fec, T. H. AVrigli'^ Bellas, Peterson, Jul'.an, G. H. Buzacott, Douglas, T.R. O'Cock, S.M.Staples, C. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bennett, H . If: Bode, T. Purves4 "Bligh, Iiarnacli, ""aitd'20 in t'>ne steerage.' September 1.?Waratah, steamer, 350 tons, Cap- tain Kn'/ght, from Sydney. Passengers?Messrs. "W. li* On-, R. Maugham. .A. 31. Thompson, M. 0. .'.IHughes, John Musson, Frith, Western Wood, 0. ilFitzsiimmons, M. Fitzsir.imons, H. M. Reeve, W. "IL Groom, G. D. AVeb'.v, Osborne, Rev. P. Duhig, '.Mrs. Bland, Miss Bin nd, 3 children and servant, Mas Barlee, Mrs. Ffirmer, Mr. and Mrs. George Hurt and child nnd servant, and 40 in the steerage, i , IMPORTS. ?'' Waratah : 5 drums oil, 43 burs iron, 3 ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 September 1861
Steam to Sydney. . ,rpHB WARATAH from m\sv \ ? ?*-' lno &?s- **? Co,,s Now *(K?M? Wharf, on WEDNESDAY KsMSMSg^"- EVENING, at 5 o'clock. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. For Sydney Direct. npHE clipper schooner DON JUAN, Jl. Arnold, master, will bo despatched TO-MORROW, 3rd September, for freight or passage, apply to K TOWNS & CO. FAIRFIELD HOUSE, ; GEORGE-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE. . JO'iJN M'OABE, formerly of tbe Commercial '.' Hotel, South Brisbane, having opened the above house for Public Accommodation, humbly hopes that bis friends, both in town and country, will favor bim with (nt least) a portion o the patronage they formerly bo liberally accorded to bim. , . J. JP C. pledges himself;^o 'jave always on hand Wi'nep, Spirits; Malt, jtiiiJicCbnliuls of the best and choicest description lie can prooure. JOHN M'OABE. LONDON TAVERN, IPSWICH. CHARLES HANSON BEGS to inform tbe Public, and Squatters in general, that haying taken tbe UPPER ROOM'S of the brick houso adjoining the London...
The Courier. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1801. LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 September 1861
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1861. &nbsp; LATEST FROM SYDNEY. BEING compelled to defer the insertion of our Sydney correspondent's usual budget of "Notes" until to-morrow, we compile the following principal items of intelligence:— The Telegraph arrived in ample time for the despatch of the English mail per Benares. The New South Wales parliament was to assemble on Tuesday next. It was ru- moured that the government would imme- diately introduce a special measure dealing with the Chinese question. An extensive piece of jobbery is said to have been perpetrated in the importation of the rolling stock and other material of the Pitt-street tramway. The "rush" to Otago had not set in very strongly at Sydney when the mail left, but two ship loads of passengers had sailed from Melbourne. The latest in- telligence from the new fields comes down to the 10th of August. A Dunedin paper says:—"Of course there are instances in which the parties are making little or no- thing, but as a whole the d...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 September 1861
liOessS Intelligence. Tue Steam Diucdge.?Mr. Tl. Francis, late manager of; tho Hunter River dredge, and whose servicis have been secured by tho Queensland government for the dredge now in course cf coiptruction for our bars nnd rivers, paid n visit to Brisbane by tho Yarra ;Yarra, in order IC confur with the authorities. Air. F. stated that the hull of the dredge was a most satisfactory and substantial piece of workmanship, and that Mr. Cuthbert ap- peared very anxipns to do lm share of the work .as well and .as speedily as possible. Thc "strike" ntlvusBell's foundry, however, has considerablydelayed tho castings for thu machinery. Mr. Francis is mest sangnne as to the success o? the'dredging operations nt tho bar, and is of opinion that the removal nf tho obstruction?to a great extent at lea«t?will not occupy so long a time as was at first thought probable. Wo understand that Mr. Francis has acquired extensive ex- perience in the working ol dredges, he having, been engaged in such ...
ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Royal Geogra- phical society was he'd on the 27th of May, at Burlington-House, Piccadilly. Sir Roderick Murchison presided ; and among those present were the Duke of Newcastle, Lord de Grey and Pipon, the Ear) of Shef- field, Sir George Back, Sir George Clerk, &c. The meeting was numerously attended. The report stated that, during tho year 233 fellows bad been added to the society, which now comprised 1510 fellows. The income for tho year hud been £6583 12s. 5d., and utter the meeting the necessary expenditure a balance of £110 11s. 4-1. remained. The chairman said it had been recom- mended that in fuluro the elections of fid lows should be intrusted to the council, and bo moved a resolution, to'that effect. The Itev. Dr. Worthington mored, ns an amend mont, that the election of fellows should be intrusted to the fellows, but it secured only nine votes, and the resolution was carried. The report was next adopted. The foun...
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
IPSWICH. (from omi own cnimnsPbNDKNT.) , v- ¦,-.-._ .; Monday. (YESTEimA-y). A rpkcial meeting of thc Municipal Council was lifclrl bu.Friilay evening? lust-; prosout? thu Mayor, and'A Mermen'Wat kbit*; Thomp- son, - Johnston,' Htanloy, and' Clune. ' Thc Mayor read Ibo following letters from the Colonial Secretary :? " Colonial Secretary's Oflico, * "Brisbane, 18th December, 18G0. "Stn,?Your letter of the 22nd ultimo, re- specting tho lensing ol' the several wharves nf Ipswich! having been laid before thu Kxc cutive Council, I~ have tho honor to inform you that the government are of opinion flint theso wharves 'uro under tlio jurisdiction of tho .'Municipal' Council of* Ipswich, hms-, much us they hayo , not huon spe- cially, reserved as required hy tho 82iid soct'mu of tho Municipalities' Act,of laSS, and that it is coinoctent to tho council to adopt such measuros for tho leasing of the wharves us to thom may appear oxpodiont. "I have tho honor io bo, Sir, "Your most obedient serva...
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
WecEily CtoBendlar. Hian Water at Bbbbasr Days. Date. -.Morn, Rise?. Tuesday .... Wednesday. .Thursday....; ."Friday. tSatnrdny..'..., iSunday........ .'Monday '..;., :Sept.f 3 9 30 10 1+ 11 0 ll 48 0 32 1 20 2 0 .9 52 10 40 11 24 .0 10 0 56 1.45 2 36 6 15 6 14 6 13 6 12 6 ll 6 10 '6 8 ? To CORRESrOSDENTS.' tJiecessurily omitted. ; -A number of letters are
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Warry and Harris. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
CENTRAL POLICK COURT. Monday.?Before the Police .Magistrate and ...,'¦; Mossrs.;Warry and Harris. Biddy, an aboriginal, charged with drunk- enness, was admonished and discharged, havingbeon iii confinement tor nine hours.? Charles Spencer, brought up for 'tho same offence, was for similar reasons discharged, after having boon admonished.?George Brown, for drunkenness and disorderly con duet, was fined 10s., or 21 hours' imprison- ment, having been out on hail.?James Wynne, sen., likewise out on hail, waa lined 10:1., or in default, 21 hours' imprisonment.? Michael Hackett, brought np for being drunk iii Stanloy-strect, South1! Brisbane," wu's dis- charged with a caution!?"Willinm Spencer and Jamps Weilding, prisoners charged with larenny,'who arrived iii the Clarence ch route to Maryborough, were romanded to tho bench of tho latter place.?Tlie hearing of a charge' nf drunkenness, made by an inhabitant of South Brisbane against a policeman on duty nt that place _ou ..Saturday- night ...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
J3i»eaS 0D»«eSIiareiicc. Snake Bite;?A little boy, the son of Mr. J. Kirkwood, of South Brisbane, "was bitten' in tho foot by a snake on Sunday Inst, hut vdry little was thought of it at tho time, ns tho reptile was only 18 inches in length. In half an hour afterwards, however, catalepsy set in, mid medical aid had to bo summoned. Under thc treatmeut ol' Dr. Eminolhuiin, the lad soon roeoycred, nnd is now [ free from all thu ill effects which might ho supposed to ensue from such a hito. We aro informed that the romody applied was arsenic in brandy,. talton.'internally! ; Retubkop the Goveujjok.?His Excellency Sir!' G!1 P.' Bowen returned to Brislmno ou -Sunday afternoon,''after having visited, tho Hon. A. W. Compigne, nt tho Nin'dooimbab Station, Logan Kivor. Hist Excellency's trip, from''the,unfavorable state of tho weather, was anything "but ii plamiiug ono; nnd if report spunks truth himself and escort .cnn tull of hairbreadth.'scapes hy flood and wild; of camping.out at .night.u...
ROCKHAMPTON. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) FITZROY RIVER, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
ROCKHAMPTON. (FItOSI A ConnKSPONDENT.) Fitzroy Rivisit, August 23. A Chinaman has been taken into custody, and is on the way to Rockhampton for tho mulder of ailinn named Lang, ot Mr. Mun- roe's camp, on tho Fort Cooper station. Tho man Lang was stabbed in tho evening, whilst in his tent, and he died in tho morning. His declaration was taken, and it states that thc Chinaman now in custody inflicted the wounds. Tho blacks havo been spearing horses nnd cattle on tho Broad Sonnd station, and plun- dering luggage loft on thc Waverley creek by ono of tho Rockhampton boats. ¦¦''"' Messrs. M'Donald and Cullan's cattle are at tho river; Mr. Caldwell's sheep are also detained by the flood.' ' Report says we aro to; have £500 expended on thu road between Yaamba and Rockhamp- ton?a truly wise expenditure?considering that thu river is not crossable for teams nine months out of twelve, and that the road runs parallel with a river capable of carrying boats of twenty tons burden, on a draft of two...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
blipping Intelligence. Thb Clarence will'leave for the Northern ports, Stills evening, at 5 o'clock. The Waratah will leavo for Sydney to-morrow levenine;, at 5 o'clock. Steamersfor Ipswich.?Leaving M'Cube's wharf? ¦ the Breadalbane, this morning, at 7 o'clock. Leav- ing the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf?the Ipswich, to-morrow .morning, nt 8 o'clock; and, on Friday nest, at Ihalf-past 9 o'clock in tho morning.
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
Cossn3iues*c5!sJ BBateHHSsesace. Mb. J. Hopkins sold hy auction, at thc Bazaar, .yesterday, ll horses, at prices varying itfrom £10 10s. to £33. Mr. A. Martin sold at auction, yesterday, at the residence of Mr. 0. Wihns, tho whole of that gentleman's household furniture Thecy was a fair attendance, and tho prices roaU.sod were up to tho avorage.
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
SHIP MAILS. The Mails ppr Clarence, steamer, for Marybo- rough, Gladstone, and Rockhampton, will he made np nt tho General Post Oflice, this day (Tuesday,) ¦¦ ns follows:? Registered letters, at hulf-pnst 2 o'clock, after- noon. Ordinary letters and newspapers, at half-past 3 at'clock, afternoon. The Mails per Waratah, steamer, for Now South ¦"Wales,'Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, ?will ho made up at tho Gt-nernl Post Olfice, to nnerrow (Wednesday,) as follows:? Registered lettm-s, at 2 o'clock, afternoon. Ordinary lettcis and newspapers, at 3 o'clock, .¦afternoon.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
¦VyANTl'-D a NHRSKMAUX Applvt.R. \\ OUVHR. Klizaboih-street. \*/ Als lh.ll TWO IRON WATKR TANKS. IT Apply at the office ot'this paper. W'ANTRO JOINERS, at new Government House. Nono but good workmen uoed apply. JOSHUA J BAYS. vyANTKI) tivo MEM to put up about 120 Vi roil of three-railed fencing. Apply at &lt;lio elhVo nf this paper. W'ANTI'.I) a HnUSKMAll). Apply at Mr. WILLIAM WATSON'S Regi-try V'Hice, Marv-'lt-ei't,. k S.UALL Juli of l'IDNOlNtx in tin- city. 1\. . li'. SMYTH M. tv'ANTKD BW Single Men ns sn KP H 1-IKIil.)-'. Abo a 1WI,LUCK-DR!VICR." »n gin or niirrieil, 'Apply at ARTHUR M-vRTI.VSlb'g'^vttni?. I. ' ANIM) a MAKi,It'll) CULTLK, for \V Maryborough, THIS BAY , wnye-goud. Apply to ?.',-¦¦¦¦,'. OyARLES TRUNDLE. VII, A N TKO Two-- Y^'inig'.'Wninen; fur un Hot el '' ' 'iii'"" li.vh'tuimi'iton.' 'A.uply ' nfc once, nt AUTHUR MAU TIN'S RogiitiyVlfiioe. '.- r" WANTEl) FENCERS fur an alloiment of lninl at bowen Terrace. Apply at the office nf thi-i paper. ¦ W' -ANTID by...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
HQW OPE Ni &AMTEL DAVIS & (M WHOLESALE AND RETAH GROCERS, : IRONMONGERS, CLOTHIERS. DRAPERS, BOOT, GLASS, ¦;? AND ORO C K ERY M E R 0 H A N TS CORNER OF QUEEN AND GEORGE STREETS, STORTH IIKISIIA1VJE. THE ATTENTION of the PUBLIC is specifically drawn ' to the undermentioned LIST of ARTICLES constantly on'hand at the above StoreB :?'¦'¦' ?SBOt'ERlES. £. s. Beat black tea, per lb. ?-.;... ... 0 2 ?¦Ditto Gunpowder, per lb... ... 0,3 Fine brown sugar, per lb. ... 0 0 Light brown sugar, per lb. .... 0 0 Loaf sugar, per lb..,.. ... ? 0 0 Best currants, per lb. ... ???' Oi 0. Best raisins, per lb.... ...... 0 0 Muscatels, per lb. ... ... ..'. Ol Sinclair's hams, per lb. 0 1 English cheese, per lb. ... ... 0 1 Best Patna rice, per lb. ... ... 0 .0 Mocha coffee, per lb. ... ... 0 1 7* 8! 8J O' 6: 6 3 6 Pickles, assorted, per bottle ... Sardines, per tin ... ... ¦... Red herriiigs,"per tin'" . Bottled fruits, per bottle. Now jams, per jarj or tin Sperm candles, por lb. ... ......
The Courier. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
*? TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1801. "We cannot but endorse tho opinion of Alderman Johnston, of the Ipswich ? [Municipal Council, that information \ -derived from private sources respecting ?the good intentions of Government., is not to be relied on. It is. a; oominon 'trick of governments, to soothe the arritation which,' their public ¦ acts create, loy dropping into tho cars ot' -influential parties, tender and liibric:itory, but wholly unsubstantial, assuvacices bf;'thcir good will and their..desire.'to,,meet,tho wishes of a community.' !.;It;is thus that they frcquenfcly'snoceed' in smothering' a formidable expression of public opinion ¦until their policy is matured." Moro' reliance, certainly, ia to bo' placed up^n those announcements of the intentions of government which have been given in writing,, and upon those public pledges ?which are given within tho -walls of ¦parliament. And assuredly, in this matter of 'tho'-wharves, which forms tho latest item of controversy between our -...
PETTY DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
PETTY, DEBTS' COURT. Monday.?Before tho "Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Wurry and Gr. Harris. .! Hopis;.v.(WA!tiiE!f.?This was nu action to recovor tho sunr of £5 duo to plaintiff foi- board and lodging. Defendant admitted tho debt, and pleaded a special .'agreement ns to payment, hy which agreement ho was to bo allowed to pay plaintiff at his convenience. Plaintiff stated that he had sued for this amount in January last, and their ga ve defendant throe months to pay it. ...Six'months lind now elapsed, and tho debt "was unpaid. Verdict for plaintiff foiyiW, and Us, costs. ..-i ' .? '"GI bogati' v.'' Oajikuox. ?: Tliis was to, recover tho sum of ,£I; 13sV Gd. for goods snld.and deliv.ored.;..,Defendant did not 'ap- pear, and no plea was filed. Verdict for plain tiff for £118s.. 6d. ¦ Upon tho delivcrjvof tho vordict, plaintiff-bogan to address the court in an excited mauuor, stating that Cameron was a ..married man,: whoso wife possessed property which ho (plaintiff) thought ho shoul...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
Steam to Sydney. mHE WARATAH from JL tho A. S. N. Co.'s New Wharf, on WKDNEr^DAY W& EVENING, nt 5 o'clock. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. .'.'. FAIRFIELD HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE. JOHN M'CABE, formerly of tbo Commercial Hotel, South Brisbane, having opened the above house for Public Accommodation, humbly hones that hip friends, both in town and country, will favor him with (at leaBt) a portion o the patronage they formerly so liberally accorded to him. J. M'O. pledges himsolf to have always onhand \Vinen, Spirits, Malt, and Cordials of the beat ;. and choicest description ho can ptooure. JOHN M'OABE. TATTERSALLS FAMILY HOTEL, Pitt street, Sydney.?W. J. O'BRIEN begs ? most respectfully to nnnonnoe that his new pre --mises, adjoining nud ntlachfd to the present, cs _tabliahment (formerly tbe Major Inn), nra open ofr the reception of his numerous friends and the !? public in general. The arrangements comprise ?Family Hotel. Cafe, eeven t ommercial Dining ' and Reception Rooms...
NEWS AND NOTES. CLXX. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 September 1861
NEWS AND NOTES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BY A SYDNEY MAN. CLXX. THE Telegraph of course arrived in ample time to get your English mail duly de- patched by the Benares, which sailed punc- tually at her appointed time; and it seems that Captain O'Reilly managed to find time to catch a turtle in the bay, and bring up the interesting stranger as the first of the season. And now the Telegraph has gone over to the company's works to get new boilers, which operation is being rapidly proceeded with, and you will have the Wara- tah on the present occasion. The return of the Yarra Yarra, will proba- bly furnish us with intelligence of your fate. By way of precaution, I had better address this to the care of the Sheriff, and I trust that the prison regulations will not forbid &nbsp; your receipt of this small comfort in your afflictions. Keep up yo...