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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 October 1846

            THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1846. THE Renewal of Transportation-the in- troduction of an abundant supply of cheap labour-are essentially necessary to the future rapid prosperity of this colony, for whoever attentively considers the social State in this country and the present con- dition of the employers and the employed, will find that owing to the great scarcity of labourers, wages have risen to such a height that stock-keeping, except in peculiarly favoured localities has well nigh ceased to be profitable : that while the employer is put to his wit's end to pay his shepherds, the latter are daily increas- ing their demands upon his pocket ; and instead of performing their duties better, as they ought to do when they are highly remunerated, we find them careless and insolent-idle and knavish-bolting from the stations in every direction-knowing well, as they do, that hithert...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. GLENGALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 October 1846

ORIGINAL POETRY.                     GLENGALLAN.     Where the bold mountains lift their rugged heads, Keeping still guard o'er Millar's happy vale, And lonely Sturt his sullen shadow sheds, Braving the Christmas sun and wintry gale,   And lowing herds adown the peaceful dale,   Answer the bleatings of the timid ewe,   Luring her sportive young with plaintive wail     Behold ! Glengallan bursts upon the view, To weary, wanderers a beacon kind and true.     There live the generous hearts, whose pulses beat With the warm blood of old McCullamore,   That warlike race who never knew defeat, But stretch'd their conquering arms from shore to shore, Holding with dauntless heart and stout claymore, The right o'er glen and mountain, loc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 October 1846

' " STEAM COMMUNICATION , BETWEEN - MORETON BAY AND SYDNEY. PROPOSED Days of Sailing of the Steam« Packet TAMAR: FROM MORETON BAY. > FROM SYDNEY. On Tuesday, 3rd Nov. On Tuesday, 10th Nov. Ditto 17th ditto Ditto 24th ditto Ditto 1st Dec. Ditto 8th Dec. Ditto 15th ditto Ditto 22nd ditto Ditto 29th ditto Ditto 5th Jan. Ditto 12th Jan. Ditto 19th ditto And so on every Tuesday alternately, from Sydney and Moreton Bay. H. R. S. N Co.'s Wharf, South Brisbane. T H E STEAM - PACKET WILLIAM IV., Captain Wiseman, will be laid on as a REGULAR TRADER between THIS DISTRICT AND SYDNEY, commencing her Trips early in the ensuing month, at the following reduced Rates : Cabin. JE2 10 0 Steerage. 1 10 0 Goods shipped by her from Sydney, will be landed at North or South Brisbane, and Kangaroo Point-at the latter place, all Goods from Sydney, | or Produce for shipment to Sydney, will be re- ceived and stored at CAMPBELL WHARF, free of all charge. - - , GEORGE WATSON, Agent. ,-I WOOL VESSEL FOR LONDON...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 October 1846

DIED. At Beaudesert, Logan River, on Monday, the 19th instant, Emily Robinson, daughter of W. D. White, Esq.

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

THE       Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1846. The Cornubia steamer arrived at the mouth of the river on Wednesday, having on board his Honor Lieutenant-Colonel Barney, (late R.E.), Lieutenant-Governor   and Superintendent of North Australia, A. C. G. Darling, Captain Perry, the Deputy Surveyor-General, Dr. Silver, A. C. Surgeon, forming the Surveying Staff, en route to the new colony. Capt. H. H. Brown also accompanies the expe- dition. The party visited Brisbane on the following morning, and returned the same day, with the exception of Captain Perry, who proceeds overland with Mr. Burnett, A. S., with the intention of tracing the Boyne from its source to its embouchere, which is supposed to be either in Bustard Bay, or Rodd's Bay, at Fort Curtis. The steamer will proceed to the north-   ward with Colonel Barney, who intends, in the first instance, to examine the above mentioned harbours, and should either...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. Nov. X- Saturday. ,0.26 1.2 8-Sunday.;_ 1.26 1.30 0-Monday..7 2.14 2.38 10-Tuesday. 3.2 3.26 , li-Wednesday_..... 3.50 4.14 ... a2-Thursday ... 1..... 4.38, 5.2 * ' 13-Friday. 5.26 5.50

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.     Nov. 2. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Robert Graham, Mr. Webb, Mr. Isaac, Miss Isaac, Mrs. Welsh and two children; nine in the steerage,     and three labourers.               Ann, schooner; Rodgers, from Sydney COASTWISE.                   Oct. 31. Mary Anne, Cutter, with shells. DEPARTURE.   Nov. 3. Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. D. Forbes, Mr. Brind- ley, and Mr. Hawkins. IMPORTS. Tamar .. 30 bags flour, 1 cask glass, I case looking glasses, 1 pkge. ironmongery, 20 boxes soap, 1 hhd rum, 3 1/2 chests tea, 3 1/2 cases gin, 1 case.oily 2 cases mustard, 1 case sauces, 2 casks oil, 1 keg tobacco, 1 parcel, 1 case, 2 casks sun- dries, 2 boxe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

"? ¿ííís¿' «& STEAM COMMüNÍCÁÍlO^q J ::\«n I)RÖPOSED Days' óf¡ iSailiüg' !ef the Steam -Ç.'ïlackèt1;-;1'1''''?.'.'.' ;^--¡- ''ivftm. «^ tiiJv/.jjvI-.-f'XMi ??:;${?. ?v-.-.i-ñh-.-í ^.-^T^íAf^A^íh-ií.l^'V^-':-' ;!;' ?a8l¿'AORETÓJ^BA Vi'''":'"'', "¡FROM' SY»N£T.'\ '~''? \ Uti Tuesday, Í7th Növ. Oh.Tüeáaáy, 24th?Nim° t''!;,;10itto^/''^":ht'Pe¿í'":i^DÍtto:i!; : -Öth'Dec: '?' "Ditto f ïotfrditto Ditto *V'22ndditto1 " "Ditto " ' 29th* <3itto ''?' 'Ditto:f £ ::5th Jarí;" í.';;"piito ''';. ;' 12jh Jari.' ^V^^^.'^l^íiító;'; 'And ;!só on ; ev¿r,y {.Tueçiltiy'h¡^tonate^, r ír^ .<'..>'"''"'ví-'-^-?-iSydng)r s^'^reton^Bjáy.^.;¡^'JvV''Í* flv;-R:Vs.;,Ñ.i.06/aWharf, U r^j'^ií A.'^ ' ! v.*;i ..( ?.?<.: South -Brisbane;- 'nu*/l/.!:-:;'^" .í-r.^nt-oír <k»:<}> ' '.o'^-yiv.il/.-íVr.fl; .1"'^ ?'.-::>¡hZ' THE STEAM-¡PACKET . Captain Wiseman ; will be- laid oh as aREGUIiÀR TRADER ''between/ 'y}iv-}''' ;^"ï-- V,,"M '"!i,r! ; this;. distr...

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NEW ZEALAND. (From the Sydney Morning Herald, Oct. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

NEW ZEALAND: (From the Sydney Morning Herald, Oct. 23. ) We have Port Nicholson papers to the 23rd ultimo. All was quiet in the south. Rangi- haeata was endeavouring to raise a party; but the vigorous proceedings of Governor Grey had had such an effect upon the natives, that even those hostile to the Government were afraid to exhibit their hostility by any overt acts. A court martial was sitting for the trial of some of the natives, who, after professing to be friendly, had joined the enemy. Two were convicted, one of whom was executed. The presence of the troops had   caused a great demand for fresh meat: the con- tract for supplying them was taken at 11¾d., and 13½d. per lb.                           EXECUTION OF ONE OF THE REBELS. -- The court martial appointed to try the rebels who were made prisoner...

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CLASSIFICATION OF CONVICTS. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

CLASSIFICATION OF CONVICTS. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sir.-As your have entered with much apparent interest into the question respecting the revival of transportation to this colony, and as your pages are liberally opened to the public, whilst you wisely abstain from giving their opinions the weight of your concurrence ; I wish to draw your attention, and that of your readers, to the neces- sity of some more strict classification of the con- victs than has hitherto obtained, and without which the punishment of transportation must continue to be, as it has always been, a mere game of chance. I hope that no person will mistake my meaning, and suppose that I am an advocate for lenity to educated convicts, merely because they are such : on the contrary, l have had painful opportunities of knowing that an overwhelming majority of that description of persons are bad and dangerous men, who only use education and ability as aids to fraud and chicanery, and who therefore need...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. A mother and her child (named Reece) were riding on a dray a few miles from Melbourne, lately, when they fell off, and the wheel passing over them, killed them both on the spot.-The amount realised at the Wesleyan Bazaar, Hobart Town, was £372.-A new church has been opened in Macquarie-street, Hobart Town. - Mr. La Trobe's title is " His Excellency the Administrator of the Government of Van Diemen's Land." Two men are in custody of the police at Hobart Town, for killing upwards of one hundred sheep, the property of Mr. E. Nicholas, merely for their skins.-Upwards of two hundred witnesses were in attendance at the Launceston Assizes.-There had been some copious rains in Van Diemen's Land.-At Portland there is not a house to let, and buildings are in demand. Captain Lonsdale has assumed the office of Superintendent of Port Phillip.-There is a report prevalent at Port Phillip, that Sir Thomas Mitchell will be the new Superintendent of that district.-The Governor of S...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.               NEWS FROM AMERICA. We have been favoured with some New York papers to the 4th June.     Almost the only topic not of a purely local in- terest, they contain. is " the war with Mexico." It will be remembered that one of General Taylor's advanced parties had been surprised by the Mexi- cans and cut off. When intelligence of this event reached Washington, the greatest excitment pre- vailed, and immense numbers of volunteers immediately offered their services to proceed to the seat of war. The President having a levy of fifty thousand men, there were within a few weeks a sufficient number of volunteers without any levy, and several bodies of men from the southern and western States were despatched to the seat of war. In the mean time General Taylor attacked the Mexicans, and completely routed them. We have not seen an offici...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LITTLE GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE LITTLE GO. The following communication was found on our table the other day : Of the Little Go, its goings, and what was thought about them. By " MYSELF." As I like to look about me sometimes to see how the world goes, I walked the other day into the Court of Requests. The Court is of itself-im- personally, a very good Court-light, airy, of good height and size ; and-what cannot be said of some Courts in the colony-it is not a dirty Court. Now for the Court personally. First the Commissioner. He has taken his seat, with an air and look that shows he is just now in a good humour with himself, and with all about him. His eye betrays a lurking disposition to enjoy the comicalities about to commence. His mouth is compressed, as it should be in a judge-indicative of determination to decide. But mark, there is a shake of the head-that is ominous. Nods are significant and authorised. There is the nod of Jove, of Somnus, and the Burleigh nod-all well approved ; but s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

ALTERATION IN THE DAYS OF SAILING OP THE TA MAR. ON and after the 1st November, the TAMAR will be dispatched T>N TUESDAYS, instead of Thursdays, as hitherto. R GRAHAM, Agent. H. R. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, South Brisbane. THE Undersigned has for Sale, at the SOUTH * BRISBANE SrORES Poit and Sherry, in quarter-casks .Ditto, ditto, in 3 dozen cases Marten's Brandy , Jamaica Rum ' (J ' Cas<? Gin ' , Mould Gandles Flour, at Sydney prices English bottled Ale and Porter. f T., H.GREEN, .th November, 1845. < > - jo , » » , i A SMALL ALLOTMENT ] OF ¡ LAND IN THJR VICINITY^fcV'THE*'POST OFFICE, NORTH ' 'BRISBANE,' ' '' ' '" f1' ' "?'1 '.?'"1 J r'* ,MR.,T. DOWSIE ^T,.l;1V;;,ïf \^T.1 Ii L , Sell by Public "Auction,; (unless " * previously disposed of by.PrivateContract), On MONDAY, the 30th of NOV/ÍNST.* At 12 o'clock, on the Ground, * All that piece or parcel of LAND, situate in Georgè-street^ North Brisbane, containing: by admeasurement 20 feet frontage to George-street...

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MR. SECRETARY GLADSTONE AND PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 November 1846

MR, SECRETARY GLADSTONE AND PORT PHILLIP.     Mr. Cuninghame, who, it will be remembered, left Port Phillip as a delegate to bring the wants of Port Phillip, more especially with reference to Separation before the Home authorities, has ad- dressed a letter to the Corresponding Committee at Port Phillip on the subject, the greater part of which we subjoin. It is interesting, not only on account of the information it contains, but as be- ing confirmatory of the generally, expressed   opinion, that in Mr. Gladstone the colonies have a man who will enquire into representations made to him, and give them an impartial and careful con- sideration,                     " Mr: Gladstone is not prepared to come to any determination on the subject of Separation until the arrival of the Report of the Executive Council of New South...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 November 1846

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE.   Nov. 10. Ann, schooner, Rodgers, for Sydney.       EXPORTS.   Ann : 14 bales wool Kinchela ; and a quantity   of pine logs.

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 November 1846

7^' , TIDE TABLE. , bc VhIGH ttATKR AT GOVERNMENT WHUF.' j to "'< . ' MORN. EVEN. INov. 14~Saturday. 6.14 6.33 15-Sunday . 7.2 7.26 16-Monday ..'.. 7.50 8.14 17-Tuesday. 8.38 . ;#.2 ? l8-Wednesday......... 9.26 9.50 19-Thursday. 10.14 10.33 ,.,,.. .20-Friday..,.,.,.. ,.11.2 11.26

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DR. LEICHHARDT. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 November 1846

DR. LEICHHARDT. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sir,-Having just arrived from Darling Downs, I have satisfaction in being able to communicate a few particulars respecting Dr. Leichhardt and party, which, perhaps, may not be uninteresting to your readers. The adventurous explorer arrived on the Downs on the 5th instant, and after visiting several of the stations, left on the 7th for Laidley Creek, to meet Mr. Mann, who was expected to be on the road with the supplies that arrived here by the steamer. He was to get several head of fat cattle from Laidley, which had been presented to him by J. P. Robinson, Esq. When the Doctor left the Downs, it was not his intention to visit Bris- bane. The stock that he had brought overland consisted of a large flock of goats (380, I believe,), and sixteen mules, which were depasturing on Mr. Bracker's station until the Doctor's return ; when that took place, the party intended to proceed to Jimba, their final starting place. The Messrs. Le...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 November 1846

ALTERATION IN THE DAYS OF SAILING OF THE > TAMA /?>. ON and after the 1st November, the TAMAR will be dispatched ON TUESDAYS, instead of Thursdays, as hitherto. J R GRAHAM, Agent. H. R. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, South Brisbane. ' TAKE NOTICE, THAT a PUBLIC MEETING will be held, at the Court House, North Brisbane, on THURSDAY next, the 49th instant, at 12 o^clock, for the purpose of memorialising His Excellency the Governor to erect a Custom House at Brisbane -and for the dispatch of other business. LOUIS F. LAYARD, Hon. Secretary.1 Biisbane, 13th Nov., 184Ö. WANTED, A SITUATION, as Waiter or Servant, by a **- Married Man-the wife as Cook, or. House> Servant. Can produce satisfactory discharge from his last situation. Any commands, left at the office of this paper, will be attended to. ^ <. Brisbanes, 13th NoTomber, 1346, , . i« *

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 14 November 1846

  STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MORETON BAY AND SYDNEY. PROPOSED Days of Sailing of the Steam Packet TAMAR:     radi* MORETON BAT. from sydney. On Tuesday, 17th Nov. On Tuesday, 24th Nov. Ditto 1st Dec. Ditto 8th Dec. Ditto 15th ditto Ditto 22 nd ditto Ditto 29th ditto Ditto 5th Jan. Ditto 12th Jan. Ditto 19th ditto And so on every Tuesday alternately, from Sydney and Moreton Bay. H.R.S.Ñ.Co/s Wharf, South Brisbane. T H E STEAM - PACKET WILLIAM JV., Captain Wiseman, will be laid on as a REGULAR TRADER between THIS DISTRICT AND SYDNEY, commencing her Trips early this month, at the following reduced Rates :-. Cabin. £2 10 0 Steerage. 1 10 0 Goods shipped by her from Sydney, will be landed at North or South Brisbane, and Kangaroo Point-at the latter place, all Goods from Sydney, ?or Produce for shipment to Sydney, will be re- ceived and stored at CAMPBELL WHARF, free of all charge. GEORGE WATSON, Agent. STEAMER " EXPERIMENT." HPHE Undersigned, in ca...

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