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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864
QOTENSLANDSI|^ NAVIGATION . COMPANY. THE MAIIi' STEAMER LADY BOWEN, Captain Curphey, ,11 Eve for MABYBOBOUGrH, GLAD- STONE, and ROCKHAMPTON, on TÜES TtAY July 19, at 7 p.m. 68 ' JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. , USTBALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. E I- 1 STEW! TO SYDNEY. - The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, July 19, nt 7 p.m. r", ROCKHAMPTON DIREOT.-Tho WIL- LIAMS, TUESDAY, July 19, at 7 p.m. No advnnco in rates. 10 Tho^PSwTcH, This Day, MONDAY, July l8, at 7 a.m. - Tho BRISBANE, TUESDAY,-July 19, at Tho IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, July 20, nt 8 a.m. %ho BRISBANE, THURSDAY, July 21, at 8 a.m. » The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, July 22, nt 9 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, July 28, at 9'30 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. À.9.N. Company'« Offices, Brisbane._ "BARQUE LION, FROM SYDNEY. THE nbovo Vessel is non- DIS- CHARGING at the Wharf of (ho '' undersigned. Consignees ai'c'requcstcd -' to Pnss Entries, prcsentBills of Lading, Pay Freight, and tako delivery of their goods. Goods not taken from the .Wharf by 4 o'clock on each...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864
VOMMUSBC'WAM,. CoTJBlEB Office, Saturday Evening. Mb A Mabtin reports The land rnarkotfor the past ten days has been brisk and he has di« posed of tho following properties at prices an- nexed -Lot No 60 for tho sum of £16, lot No 141 for the sura of £10 10s lot No 112 for the sum £10 5s , lot No 179 for tho sum of £10 10s , lot No 180 for tho sum of £10 15s , being part portions Nos 70 71 and 74 West end Estate parish of South Busbnno Lot No 29, for the sum of £10 lot No 30 for tho sura ot £16 lot No 37 for tho sum of £14 lot No 38 for tho «um of £9 , being part portion No 50, Kanlpa Estitt, parish bouth Brisbane Lot No 1 for the sum of £55, lot No 2 for tho sum of £28 lot No 10 for tho sum of £53 lot No 17 for tho sum of £15 lot No 14 for the sum of £23 lot No 15 foi tho sum of £46, lot No 16 for the «um of £42, lot No 2, for the sum £36 lot No 3 for the sum of £29 lot No 12 for the sum of £9 lot No 4 for tho sura of £29 lot No 11 for the sum of £28, lot N o 6 for the sum of £25 lo...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 16. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—James Heron was fined 10s. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; for drunkenness. Sarah Jones, for the same offence, aggravated by frequent repetition was sent to gaol for the period of three months. LARCENY.—Conroy Buss was charged with &nbsp; having stolen four shirts from the Benevolent &nbsp; Asylum, of which he had been an inmate. From the evidence of Mr. Sharp, chief wardsman, it &nbsp; appeared that prisoner was taking his depar- ture from the Asylum at half-past nine o'clock &nbsp; &nbsp; on Friday morning ; he had a bundle with him &nbsp; which witness overhauled, and found that it contained four shirts which belonged to the Asylum. Constable Owens deposed to having &nbsp; apprehended the prisoner, who had nothing to urge in his defence. He was ordered to be im- prisoned for one month. &nbsp; &nbsp; BREACHES OF TO...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 July 1864
MARRIAGE. GIRLING—DEAGON.—On the 9th July, at North Brisbane, by the Rev. J. Love, William Baker Girling, of Brentwood, Essex, England, to &nbsp; &nbsp; Catherine Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Wil- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; liam Deagon, Prince of Wales Hotel, Edward- &nbsp; street, North Brisbane.
VISITATION BY THE BISHOP OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
"¿SINOS ZT TBE BISHOP OF r SYDNEY. Tire BiKht Eevorend the Metropolitan Bishop rf Sydney held a «tate« m St John's Church lirdov Service commenced at eleven o clock, fltravers were read by the Key J Bliss Nearly all of the clergymen of the Church of Llond, resident in Queensland, Wiro present, ¡.follows -Tho EightBcveiend Bishop Tuf ¡eil andthoBev Messrs Moseley, Tomlmson, Moffatt, Bliss, Hoare, Rumsoj, Shaw, Poole, "d Jones After the first portion of tho ser "co had been concluded, tho Bight Kevciend Bishop of Sydney delivered the following ad dress which was listened to attentively by the toge'number of members of the Church of Eng- land »ho comprised the congregation - Mr Eight Ketebend Bbotheb and Kev EBEVD BBETHBEN, In visiting you as your metropolitan, it is my torts desire and prayer that, under the Divine Messine I wax bo mode tho means of helping forward the great work we havo m common, tho advancement of the Redeemer s kingdom, by bringing souls to the knowledgo and lovo o...
THE TOWN HALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
TUE TOWN HALL. TO Till EDITOIl OP 1UE ill IS11VNE COÜBIEB hm,-In mi nuommous lettci pubhshod in j oin contcinpoi arj ol to day, my nunio is freely used as one of the ongiuntors of tho Town Hall, and as lmv mg taken that position for tho pur poso of lui in,; money 'Iho samo ideo as to tin ohjict of Ihoso who set it going, is put foi til m a h uki in tho sanio pnpir 1 should havo no oli]ntions lo claim ciedit for initiating such i laudable woik if it really belonged to me, but is it does not, I think it is unfun to Ml 1 dmondctpuc to allow tho statement to pn«3 11k fuel is, Sn, tint (ho plnns weio drawn, tho coi li ii issent of tho government obt une 1, and tho lovvn Hull Bill piepnrod and printed boforo I lu aid a woid about any such proposal being on foot 'Hu lust time it came to mv know edge m out vvaj «as on tho da> tint notico was given m Hie As>enibl} bj Mi Pdmoud ?¡tono ol his intuition to uitioduco (ho Bill that gentleman then gil o mo a printed copy of the let, and told...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. CONTINGENT NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. CONTINGENT NOTICE OP MOHOS. Mr Groom to move, upon motion bcuw made for adoption of tho report from Commute! of tho AVhole, with rofcrcnco to premium« for tho encourngemont of agricultuie-That th0 question bo amended by tho omission of nU tho words following the wold "lhat with a tur to the insertion in their place of the words " Ibis House will grant aid to Horticultural and Agncultui al Societies, and to tho Acclimatisation Society upon the following conditions i a -m i Ihut anj such socictyshallhave been m existence atlcasttnelicniontlisprcvioiistoapplieutionbcin» mnde on its behalf, mid shall consist of not le,j than fifty mcmbci*, whoso subscnptioiis tor the euri cntj cm di lUliax oboenpud attho tiuicofsiui apphcition (£) 1 hat tho subscriptions actually paidfoi the cm rent j cal foi nhiehsuchappheatioi shall be mudo símil nmount lo not less thmi fuO (3 ) Dint tho aid ginuted to nnysuchsocictysl all not exceed an amount equii olent to tint nuse 1 by pinato...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
VOMfltÊEttVWAïïj, .CotraiKB Office, Monday Evening, ,Bt the Clarence, «., wo havo files from Sydnoy to the 15th instant. Tho following extracts ara taken from tho English telegrams of the 5. M. Herald; London, May 26.-»Oá tho 10th instant, the Bank of England directors reduced tho rato of discount from 9 to 8 per cent. ; and this day, from 8 to 7 per cent. Tho Bank of Franco also reduced it from 8 to 7 per cent. A prospectus of a new Emigration Company has been issued, with a proposed capital of two millions sterling, three-fourths to bo first sub- scribed, £50 shares to oxtend facilities for emi- gration to Australia, under tho auspices 'of Gibbs, Bright, James Barnes, and others in1 Liverpool. The shipments of goods to Svdney shew a decrease of £13,480 on tho previous month. Wool Report.-May 25.-Tho sales com- menced on 5th May. Large attondauco of buyers, both h.offlo tt"a foreign, .with spirited """??Petition. Up to dato moro than half the quantity catalogued pa«sed the hammer. ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MR. H. CRAWFPRD, «t 11 o'clock, at (ho Plough Inn, South Brisbane: Cows ond Calves, &c. MESSRS. ROGERS & SOANLAN, at 11 o'clock, at the Criterion Auction Mart : Fur- niture, Glassware, and Crockery. MESSRS. DICKSON & DUNCAN, at 11 o'clo -k, at t heir Auction Mart : Plated and Fancy Goods. MR. A. MARTIN, at li o'clock, nt tho City Auction Mart: Groceries nnd Provisions, Flour. MESSRS. FRAZER 4 BUCKLAND, nt 11 o'clock, at the Commercial Sale Rooms : Gro- ceries and Provisions.
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
Coe Cuttrier* PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 18G4. The parliamentaiy session will be re sUmed tltiâ afternoon, botli Houses of Legislature having to meet pursuant to adjournment Whetliei 01 not they ate piepäred for despatch of business, leniims to be seen There are heavy aneáis to be mailo up, and the utmost diligence is necessary on the part of honorible mern bers to propeily dischaige what is due b} them to the cuuntiy It is an old axiom that " all work and no play m ikes Jack i " dull boy," but a conclusion equally tiue follows fiom in mi ei sion of the premises, and we -ne not without ft ii th it oin legislatois hive hid so much pi «y dining the past six. weeks that they may imd it bud to settle down to woik, and tint the peifuim mees of the latta put of the S asion will not be commeusui ile to the pi onuses of its commencement Howcvei let us hope foi the best Hie pn"iainme of business is ilispl ij ed m the notice p ipei3 ' is of con sidciablc migiuludc andof gieit ilneiait...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. MONDAY, JULY l8. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. MOXDAT, JüLT l8. Bmsuvnf-9 nm Biuomctci (corrected), 29 772, tln.rmomi.ter (shale), 517 , ditto (drj bulb), j18, ditto (net bulb), 19 5 , fnto of wind 2, direction, W hy S , extent oi clou 1, 0, wcathci, bitt7> and fine O pm Laromctcr (coriectcd), 29 OGG , thernioinetei (shaJt) 61, ditto (dn bulb), b2 2, ditto (wit bulb), 52 , foieo of wini, 1 , dnoction.AVS W , oxtentof ilouJ, 0, uilh i, fino aid tlcir (Per Elect! ic Telegraph ) Win« ick -9 n ri Barometei (correcto 1), 23 271 , thcniomUti (shailt), 12 , ditto (dij bulb), 42 , ditto (ntl bulb), 10, force of nm I, 1, direction, N W , extent of cloud, 0 , weather, fun Wind and AVeithtr-9 nm "Lit'ou, SAV ant lino, Ips nth, W an I lint, I ni Hu, W andino, Toowooinbi W and lui- Di ij Ion ,W and f ne, Dnloj, N and lint >
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
.MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TnF usual fortnightlv mooting of tho Muni- cipal Council was hold yesterday afternoon The members present noie Aldermen Edmondstone, Pcttigicw, Moyne, Stephens, and Petrie In tho ab»t.nco of the Major, who was too unwell lo attend Alderman Edmondstone w ns voted into tho chau MINUTES Tho minutes of tho previous mooting wcie read and confirmed COIUIESPOVDENCE * A letter was read from tho Mayor to the Minister for Lands oud Works, asking for tho deeds for tho moiket îeseive A letter was read from tho lonn Clerk to Mr Hugh Swan notifiyiifg that his tender foi sur vcung land for tho corporation had been accepted A letter was read from Mcssis J and G Hains, complaining of the state of the ap- proaches to their nhaif "A lettci was le-id fiom tho Lauds and Works Oflico, to tho effect that tho land adjoining tho wharf of the Quecn-Jand Steam Navigation Com- pany, in Eagle street, had been viituoUy dis posed of to that company A lettoi w as read from Mi A Holland, in- qui...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY l8. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COVET. MOKDAT, JULY l8. BllOBB the Police Magistrate. " DBtr¡ntASI>9.-Francis -Templeton, Edward Brown, and George Cross were each fined 10s., and William Smith and John Smith 10s. for being drunk. Hugh Lamph, on bail, did not appear when called on to answer a charge of drunkenness, and [forfeited ' the amount of his bail, £2- " Christopher Decourcy was brought up for disorderly conduct and discharged. Stialiko.-George Smith was charged with stealing a saddle and swag, the property of one A. Ogilvie. As it was proved that tho accused took the saddle while laboring under an attack of delerium trament, the prosecutor declined to press the chargo, and the prisoner was dis- charged. Horse Stealing.-George Bentliff was brought up on a charge of stealing a chesnut horse, the property of one James Murray, and was remanded to Leyburn, where the alleged offence was committed. Summons.-John Brown v. George Harden. In this caso the plaintiff claimed £14 12s. 3d. for wages. Mr...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
MAILS FOR 1 NGL VXD, Ä-o AMTNDI D NOHCl! Genei ii Post OlTice Brisb-mc Tuh 19,1801 /i ATLS poi thoP m1 O Sä Coinpmj! M 6tenmcr Bomba* will bo nu'o up at this oflice nnd despatched ud Si hiev, per CLARLNCE as un lu - Tor all plates except Sj dnev Mtlbouinc, and tin. Umti D KnonoM the M VIL will close iniSDAi (lues hu) th_ 19lh instunt, at 1 p ni Registered Letters mu«t be poste 1 b"foio 11 a ni loi «Sidney, Melboiuno an 1 the Umifd Ivinodoii onl\, tin. Mail will tlo3o on tho same day ut 3 JO p m Ke0istcicd Letleis will bo uttned imld 2 30 p m NoiK -Zeilen for Hie United Kin /dom ouli/, nailed "\\i\ Mai leiths, also leila s for the colomei of i\eio Sioulh Wale* and I letona beinqftilly piepaid, an I b^ai in/ a L Í.TE VLL of GI in a Mitton to Hie uiu ii tatet of póstate, will be rciened o i board up to the horn of the depvluie ofl'ie C/aiencef on tie Whatf NrwsPULits -loi all pla is txetpt bulnci, Melbourne, and tho United lun.; lorn at lOa ni lorSjhu), Melbourne, un 1 the United hiu0 ...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
BMTMMWC. ARRIVAL. JüXY l8.-Clarence, steamer, 600 tons, Cap. tain W. Milman, from Sydney, the 16th instant. Passenger» : Messrs. W. Thompson, T. Gillespie, A. Gillespie, J. G. Mack, W. F. Lloyd, Goul .toa, W. Thompson, and 30 in the steerage. .'' DEPARTURE. Jeir l8.-Golden Eagle, barque, 537 tons, Captain Limrnex, for Java, vid Port Albany, with original cargo. Passengers: Messrs. Valentine, J. Jardine, J. B. Jardine, W. C B. Wilson, Dr. John Haran, R.N., E. Wheeler, H. Sherman, John Harper, T. Dinsdale, F. Wil- liams, and two aboriginals. CLEARANCES. July l8.-Fairy, schooner, 40 tons, Captain Pethbridge, for Maryborough, in ballast. July l8.-Storm King, schooner, 118 tons, Captain D. White, for the Richmond River, in ballast. IMPORTS. Clarence, from Sydnoy : 2 cases, Pettigrew j 108 bags Sour, 50 coses geneva, 35e^;us brandy, 6 hogsheads rum, 17 eases port, 2 bundles iron, 90 ban maize, 20 bags, oats, 1 cask, 1 keg nails, I packago rope, 4 cases, 4 bales woolpacks, 6 packages boots...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
CLEARING SALE. VICTORIA HOUSE. GRIMES & PETTY beg to nnuounce that their Semi Amiual CLEARING SALE WILL COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, JULY 23, AND CONTINUE TEN DAYS. the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT WILL UK CLOSED ON FRIDAY, the 22nd, ron REDUCING an» RE-MARKING the STOCK. Terms, strictly CASH during tho SALE. 715 JOHN MARKWELL, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, Queen-street, Bbisuane. HAS just roccivcd a lurgo As- sortment of GENERAL IRONMONGERY, ox Excelsior, Salvia, und Warren Hustings, and is prepared to execute all orders cut rusted to his caro, at such prices as must giv-o satisfaction to his numerous customers. THE FANCY DRESS BALL ! - E . II. B O O T II BEGS to announce that ho is propared to EXECUTE all ORDERS cnlruslod lo him in any STYLE. A BOOK of PLATES of tho FASHIONS of tho last two Cen- turies on view. EDINBURGH HOUSE. LATE EIRE ! LATE EIRE ! ! POSITIVELY THE LAST FORTNIGHT ONLY! WONDERFUL BARGAINS!! CHEAPER THAN EVER ! ! ! RELINQUISHING JEWELLERY BUSINESS ! ! ! M MA...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
s EED POTATOESI SEED POTATOESI! R. OLIVER'S, QüEEN-STBEET. 87 OATEN HAY in small Trusses ; Whole and CRACKED CORN, CHAFF, &c. R, OLIVER'S. TT7TNES and SPIRITS, ff ALE and PORTER, Quarts and Pints ; best Brands. A LAUGE QUANTITY OP GROCERIES and OILMEN'S STORES FOR SALE, at R. OLIVER'S - Wholesale and Retail Stobes, Queen-strcot, Brisbane." WOOL. rpHE Undersigned will give Liberal Cash Ad -A. vanees on Wool consigned to their Corres- pondents, Messrs. Fred. Huth and Co., London. _ ., " 0. HEUSSLER & Co. Brisbane, December, 1863._ PAINLESS TOOTH EXTRACTION. BM. WARD E8?to inform the Publio that he has tT-T,??!0 t0 w« """"»dy WELL-SE LEOTED STOCK of DENTAL INSTRUMENTS A further supply ex Prince Consort, of the latest improvements from the best makers in I .London, which enables him, with his extensive experience m that department, to porform all the operations connected with Dental Surgery Lni SÎS5.8* t,lat cannot fail to give satisfaction. »t^N^and FILLING at moderate ...
EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 July 1864
EÜKOPEAN NEWS. Tub following Items of intelligence, in addi- tion to those which appeared hi tho Courier of Tuesday last, are taken from the' Télégraphie «ports of the S. 31. Herald g the 12th instant i Passenoebs j-eb Madras ron Sydney/. Mrs. Farquhar, Mr. and Mrs. Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Farquhar, Messrs-Torrcst, Hughes, Smith, and Agnew. Tlie London Conference an tho Dono-Ger- mán question resulted in a suspension of hosti- lities for one month from 12th May, and during the truce no contributions of war aro to bo levied in Jutland or olsewhero-all articles taken to bo paid for. The Allied Powers aro now in possession of Schleswig-Holstein and Jutland. Tho popular feeling in England is strongly in favor of Den- mark. It is said that Lord Palmerston is anxious to send a British fleet to the Baltic, but if over- ruled he will resign, or advise her Majesty to dUsolve parliament. The value of cotton imports into Liverpool within ten days in April reached nearly six mil- lions pounds sterli...