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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

Auction Sales. THIS DAY. ROBERT DAVIDSON will sell, on TUES- DAY, April 19¿ at noon, nt his Rooms, 1 double hardwood Bedstead 1 cedar small Ditto 1 ullage hogshead Ale 1 bag damaged Sago 6 casks (1 doz. each) Aspinall s Ale - 6 casks (4 doz. each) Marzctti's Alo 12 kegs Paint, 281b each And Sundries. 372G THIS DAY. ROBERT DAVIDSON will sell by auction, on TUESDAY, April 19, at noon, Lot 20 ot tho subdivision of the Enoggera Estate, contiguous to tho abovo men- tioned lot 31, containing 3 acres lrood and 30 perches. Plan at rooms, where further particulars may be obtained. Title under the New Act. Tenus, liberal, at sale. 3521 TniS DAY. HIGHLY ELIGIBLE AILLA SITES. NORTH BRISBANE. EOBEBT DAVIDSON has received instruc- tions from T. F. Smythe, Esq., to sell by public auction, on TUESDAY, April 19, at noon, Lot 31 on the pinn of tho Enoggera Estate, containing 2 ncres 2 roods und 2-1 perches, within 30 minutes vviilk of the Town Hull, and adjacent to the pro- perties of D. T. Seymour, ...

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1864. The nomination of candidates for the representation of North Brisbane in the Legislative Assembly will take place at noon, to-day. To some extent we are un- certain how many will claim the suffrages of the electors. Three have declared them- selves in proper form, but if the exhorta- tive advertisements which have appeared in our columns by fits and starts for the last ten days mean any- thing, there is what the lawyers call a " contingent remainder" in respect of a fourth candidate. If the number of as- pirants for parliamentary honors were a true criterion of the interest of the people in the approaching election, we might feli- citate our readers upon the fact of so many gentlemen coming forward to devote their talents and sacrifice their time in the service of the country ; but as it is nothing of the sort-at any rate, in the present instance-we shall address our- selves to the subject in hand without at- taching any importa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

AArAILABLE LAND ORDERS for snle, nt £U 10s. each. R. HUTCHINS, Quecn strcct._3002 O/"» TONS CORRUGATED IRON, at ¿J\J from £33 per Ton. 1Î. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. _3706 f»r\r\ CEDAR mid AMERICAN PINE OUU DOOKS, nssorledsi/cs, FOR SALE, nt reduced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Queen strcet. _3127 1 ni~\r\ PAIRS CEDAR mid AMERI 1UUU CAN PINE SASHES FOR SALE, Chenp. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. _3128 0/~i TONS English and Scotch GALArA ¿i\J NIZED^IRON^ 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths, i quantities «His, now* ON SALE, in largo or small »ñutios. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. 2070 N 1 C\C\ SASH DOORS, assorted sizes, now XUU ON SALE at R. HUTCHINS, Quecn-strcct. _3231 TnREE DRAYS FOR SALE. -£12 each. R, HUTCHINS, Qnecn-Btreet, 20S9 O AV ON SALE, al Iho YICTORIA SALE ROOMS : 100 bngs Primo MAIZE 100 bags BRAN 5 lons ADELAIDE FLOUR 100 bugs POTATOES (primo sample). 3701. R. HUTCHINS, Quecn-strcct. TO NEW AURlArALS AND OTHERS. 1710RSALE, tho cutter MERMAID, 35 tons J burden, willi new spurs, snils, bon!, Se.,...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.   (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.)   SYDNEY.   April 18.   A vessel which has arrived from Taranaki, reports that the Maoris had surprised a body of the troops near Wairoa, and that twelve soldiers were wounded. Captain Lloyd and eighteen missing men are supposed to have been tomahawked. News from Auckland to the 9th, states that the Maoris had evacuated Manugatautauri, and that the troops were in possession. The Orakau pah has been captured. The troops lost sixteen men, and fifty-two were wounded. Colonel Leslie has been much censured for permitting the rebels to escape.   One hundred and fifty Maoris have been killed. The Taranaki papers state that five bodies, including that of Captain Lloyd, have been found beheaded. A new gold field has been discovered about thirty-five miles from Nelson, New Zealand. A French newspaper, received by the last mail, states that her Majesty Queen Victoria's mi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

WEEKLY TRIP TO CLEVELAND. rpOE Steamer DIAMOND will bo ' X despatched from Raffs Wharf, on SATURDAY MORNING- Neit, at 0 o'clock, returning next morning at 10. Fares, 5s. and 7s. 6d. Cargo received by Messrs. G-. Raff & Co. BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., 3G89 _Agents. OU ENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION ^ COMPANY. «Stó. mHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS J&zM> J- LAND, will leave for MARY BOKO UGH, GLADSTONE, mid ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, April 20. 3512 íñl-K 'A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI J|lg£-Cl- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tho CLARENCE, This Day (TUESDAY), 19lh, at 5 a.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON.-Tile COLLAROY, This Day (TUESDAY), April 19, at 0 p.m. 43 hours after arrival. TO MARYBOROUGH. - Tho YARRA YARRA, <1S hours after arrival. TO IPSWICH Tho BRISBANE, This Day (TUESDAY), April 10, at 630 a.m. Tlio IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, April 20, at 7-30 a.m. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, April 21, at 8 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, FRIDAY, 22nd, at 9 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, 23rd, at 9 a.m. HENRY O'REIL...

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SYDNEY SPIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. April 10.-Hunter, steamer, from Merimbula; Kembla, steamer, from the Clyde River ; Wonga Wonga, steamer, from Melbourne ; Goldseeker, schooner, from Willunga ; Grecian, brig, from   Hobart Town. April 17.-Hebe and Remark, brigs, and Elizabeth Kemball, ship, from Adelaide ; Madras, P. and O. Co.'s steamer, from Galle via Melbourne ; Britons Queen, schooner, from Hobart Town; Alexandra, schooner, from Port Elliott ; Locheil, ship, from the Downs ; Restless, schooner, from Melbourne ; Mary and Rose, schooner, from Willunga. DEPARTURES. April 16.-Isabella, barque, for Malaga. April 17.-Barwon, steamer, for Port Un- known ; Clara Sayers, barque, for Newcastle ; Diamantina, steamer, for Brisbane.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

IMPORTS. Maria, from Adelaide ; 150 cases jams, Moli- son, Black, and Smith ; 2094 bags flour, 44 bags bran, J. and G. Harris. Lion, from Sydney : 30 casks beer, 2 cases drapery, 3 cases ironmongery, 41 boxes soap, 1 case books, 1 case slates, 1 case cards, 13 cases pipes, 2 cases fancy goods, 1 cask ink, 14 cases vestas, 4 cases provisions, 20 casks glassware, 1 package paper, 10 cases prunes, 7 cases pears, 38 kegs nails, 1 stove, 2 bales shirts, 1 package handles, 1 case brushes, 8 packages hardware, 5 cases saddles, 19 cases chairs, 1 baleo serge, 72 boxes glass, 2 cases bricks, 2 casks blacking, 1 case salt, 537 packages oilstorcs, S. Davis and Co. ; 70 hogs- heads beer, E. W. Fegan ; 16 cases vestas, J. Kohn and Co. ; 3 carboys acid, Ryan Bros. ; 1 case acid, Cribb and Co. ; 30 cases soap, 4 furnace pans, 9 casks oil, 1 cask putty, 1 cask whitelead, Wilson and Co. ; 5 packages earthen- ware, 71 packages oilstores, 102 packages iron- mongery, D. Bell; 5 rolls matting, Bell and ...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL l8. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 18. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—William Smith and Charles Crowley were each fined 10s. for drunkenness. William Farr, for a similar offence, aggravated by obscenity, was fined 20s. VAGRANCY.—Thomas Baw, charged with being a vagrant, was remanded for medical tes- timony ; for a similar offence Thomas Pursell was sent to Brisbane Gaol for a month. ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.—AndrewM'Letchie, charged with being illegally on the premises of Messrs. R. A. and J. Kingsford, was remanded for sentence until this day. FRAUD.—William Glasson, brought up on re-   mand, charged with obtaining money under false pretences, was further remanded until this day. BREACH OF PUBLICAN'S ACT.—Richard     Power, landlord of the Southern Cross Hotel, Spring Hill, was fined 40s. and 3s. 6d. costs, for allowing music and dancing in his house, with- out the permission of the Police Magistrate.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 April 1864

DEATHS. MURRAY.-On the 16th instant, at Elizabeth-. street, North Brisbane, John, only son of Mr. William Murray, aged 4 years and 7 months. HORDERN.-On the 12th instant, at the residence of his son-in-law, Botany, New South Wales, Mr. Thomas Gilbert Hordern,   at the advanced age of 88 years, father of   Mr J. W. Hordern, of Brisbane, and uncle to the Messrs, Hordern, of George Street, Sydney.  

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COUNTRY COMMENTS ON PASSING EVENTS. NO. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

COUNTRY COMMENTS ON PASSING .EVENTS. Br Will AYiasle. ' YOUB loading article of the 1st instant (Pebruary) concerning Mr Macalister, has amused us very much here, because of its clour He°s," willis a sjiopbantic lorrespoudcnt of Un Guardian, from loon oomba On tui mug to the paper refernd to, tho only thing amusing in it that I eau find-is tho helpless indignation of the Editoi for " unrequited su i ices " Iho cntne artillo might bo reduced into tins nutshell - "It was base ingratitude on the put of Mr Macalister to abusithi meuibus oflhiBiisbanc press e» masse If lu had lift us out, it w ould have been only common justno, to say the least of it, because, forsooth, "as this journal has often "f/ (11 tho Mnustei forLands, we ian scaicolj "uTmiused of being amongst the ill conditioned writeis" referred to O, Lord, no1 "Hint would bo tho crudest stab" of all AVe ought to pet the cur that keeps the wolf from the door How soon the hair risis on the back of tho cn raged Guardian, when bar...

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ELECTION FOR NORTH BRISBANE, TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

ELECTION FOR NORTH BRISBANE, TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR,-I was present at the nomination for the City Election this day, and was not a little sur- prised to hear Messrs. Cribb and Mayne propose Mr. John Petrie as a candidate. I was the more surprised when I found that Mr. Petrie declined to come forward to declare himself as a candidate. These gentlemen stated they had his authority, on which point I am very credu- lous, and I do aver that Mr. Petrie should not hesitate in informing the public whether his can- didature is bona fide or not.   I would also caution the electors of Brisbane against voting for Mr. Petrie, who is, as I shall show, disqualified to sit or vote in the house ; and that his election (if returned) must be de- clared void. Mr. Petrie is a government con- tractor, and is at this moment carrying on works in the city of Brisbane as such. 1 now beg to quote the 28th clause of the 19th and 20th Vic. to show, that any person who sup- ports...

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THE COBDEN COURT-MARTIAL. (From the London Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

TUE COBDEN COURT-MARTIAL' (From tho London Punch) Tiie Court-Martial of Publie Opinion, which bus been sitting, for so many days to try Mr. Richard Cobden upon the charges below stated, having concluded its inquiry, und haying decided upon its sentence, and the latter having been duly referred to Mr. Punch Tor appro! al, tho result may now be published. CHAUDES. l! That tho said Richard Cobden did gratui- tously, and without leave had and obtained, in- terfered with a question which chiefly affected one John Bright, of Birmingham. . 2. That tho said Richard Cobden did so in- terfere in a course and iiileniperato manner, bringing unfounded charges against several per- sons known and unknown, in retaliation for an alleged offence against tho said John Bright. 3. Thnl Iho said Richard Cobden did manifest a desire to degrade tho English press to tho level of thal of America. 4. That tho said Richard Cobden did fabri- cate an allegation that the English journals are written by a person c...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, April 19.   BEFORE the Police Magistrate. VAGRANCY.-John Baw, a Chinaman, was sentenced to one month in gaol, with hard labor, for the above offence FURIOUS RIDIN.-Patrick O'Birne was charged with furious riding through the streets. the offence was proved by Sergeant Coffey, and tho prisoner was fined 10s. DRUNKENNESS. -John Howman was fined 10s.       for being drunk. OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. -William Glasson was brought up on remand,   charged with obtaining money under false pre- tences by selling a fictitious metal, which he re- presented to be gold. Henry Heilbron on beng sworn said that the prisoner had come to his shop on Thursday last with a quantity of   metal, which he said was gold, and on the strength of that representation he gave the     prisoner a silverr watch and £2 10s in money   for a quantity of the so-c...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

MEMORANDA TILE HEXT PUBLICATION. A pi il, 18Ü4 Sun Rises I Sets 20 1 Wcdnesrim | 0 I .)) H wntei ii liar Morn I Alter 7 54 Moon-rilli Apiti 22 Ml Um ni

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY ACCTION T[?]S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

AßSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY.     MESSRS. MARTIN & DICkSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart L Saddlery. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the     Royal Horse Bazaar : Horses.

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SYDNEY SPIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALS. April 18.-Maria, schooner, from Melbourne ; Albion, schooner, from Warrnambool ; Lass of Gawler and Freak, brigs, Beatrice (government surveying schooner), and Fanny Nicholson, barque, from Adelaide ; Clarendon, brig, from   Port Fairy, Juverna, barque, from Auckland ; Sabrina, barque, from Mauritius ; Auckland, steamer, from Nelson. April 19.-Telegraph, steamer, from Bris- bane ; Kate, barque, from Auckland. DEPARTURES. April l8.-Otago, steamer, for Auckland ; Rangatlra, steamer, for Melbourne ; James Paterson, steamer, for Rockhampton.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. BRISBANE. – Barometer (corrected), 29.902 ; thermometer (shade), 64.1 ; ditto (dry bulb), 64.2 ; ditto (wet bulb), 59.3 ; force of wind, 2 ; cloud, 7. (Per Electric Telegraph.) SYDNEY. – Barometer (corrected), 30.121 ; thermometer (shade), 64.0 ; ditto (dry bulb), 64.4 ; ditto (wet bulb), 58.2 ; force of wind, 2 ; cloud, 10. WIND AND WEATHER. Brisbane, S.S.W., cool and light cirrus clouds ; Lytton, S.W., and fine ; Ipswich, W.S.W., and cloudy ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and dull ; Drayton, S.E., and cloudy ; Warwick, S.E., and cloudy ; Dalby, S., and fine ; Sydney, S.S.E., and cloudy.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

Auction Sales. SATURDAY, APRIL 23. UNRESERVED SALE OF OILMEN'S STORES, Ac. PINT AND QUART VINEGAR BLOATER PASTE ANCHOVY DITTO GORGONA ANCHOVIES MUSHROOM KETCHUP SAUCES, PICKLES ESSENCE ANCHOA1ES, Ac, &c. TRUNDLE A CAMERON will sell by auc- tion, at then' Rooms, Queen-stroet, at half-past ll'o'clock, on SATURDAY, AprU 23, 2 cases Pint Vinegar, each 3 dozen 16 cases Quart ditto, each 2 dozen 1 ease Bloater Taste, 6 doren 2 cases ditto ditto, eoch 8 dozen 1 case Anchovy ditto, 6 dozen 2 eases iib. Gorgona Anchovies, each 6 dozen 1 case Mushroom Ketchup, 6 dozen 2 enses Sauces, each G dozen 4 case Pint Pickles, each 3 dozen 1 caso i Pint Essence Anchovies, 6 dozen And a quantity of'Sundries. Totally unreserved. Tenus- Cash. 3666 SATURDAY, APRIL 23. 1. 25 ACRE FARM, within a few chains of tlio Main IPSWICH ROAD, and close to M'DONALD'S HOTEL. 2. One Allotmrut in tho Merlon E=tatc, just outside the Town Boundary, South Brisbane, closo to the Clarence Hotel. 8. Also, TWO ALLOTMENTS...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

ELECTION POR NORTH BRISBANE. AT a meeting held hist night at tho North Australian Hotel, it w as rosoli ed "'finit another MEETING bo held TO-MORROAV (Thursday) EVENING, ut (ho same timo and place." The German Electors of North Bris- bauo oro requested lo uttend. chas. g. campen; Chairman. NÖTIGE. THE MONSTER BEE HIVE CLOTHING HALL will bo CLOSED from sunBet THIS EVENING until FRIDAY MORNING, when businoss will ho resumed. B. BENJAMIN, Monster Clothing Hall, Quecn-stroot. 3770 NOTICE. THE Undersigned aro AGENTS for Messrs. Magarey and Co.'s, and MesBrs. \V. Duffield and Co.'s superfino Adolaido silk dressed ELOUR. »6Í .!. * ft. HAÄRIS. bri LAÑD ORDERS.-POR SALE, ii "small amounts, or larger sums to tho taino of £¿000, immediately available for country lands. G. AV. M'KEAND, Queen-street, 1050 Adjoining tho Treasury. FOB-SALE, LAND ORDERS-Now avail- able for purchase of loira or country lauds. . i GEORGE RAFF & CO. A-BARGAIN. -|,Q LAND ORDERS, Immediately Avuil JLfc/ ablo, fo...

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METEOROLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864

METEOROLOGY. The floods which havo of .lato caused so much damage in four of the Australian colonies, havo been tho means of directing the attention of many seioutific mon to the interesting study of meteorology. AVe therefore publish tlio fol- lowing article, from the Mark Lane Express of June lasi. It is of somewhat ancient dato cor tainlj-, but is well worthy of perusal : A gron ing tasto is manifestly being excited in this country for the study of practical meteorology-, and it is to be hoped that, when the materials which have been and shall be ac- cumulated, have been reduced and published, important results to agriculture as well as to other arts may be hence deduced. For ourselves, we hate long devoted spaco to discussions and correspondence on this subject, and the contributors to our columns wero among tho originators and active supporters of tho Meteorological Society of Great Britain moro tlian thirty j-eurs ago." Among the members of that society were i tinged tho names...

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