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BRISBANE ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
liUISBAXE ELECTIOy. The Nomination. A mekt^o of the elcitois of Noith Biisbune was held, at noon, jeslcrdaj, at Hil hinting put up at the Police olhto, for tho purposo of nominating candidates for tho scat in tho I cgis hitno Vssimblj tendered tacant bj the resigna don of Air Ralf Thero was a tcrj large attendance and tho proceedings wero tonduetcd ni a most ordeily manner 'IIioIUtukmno Oiuri it (Dr Cannan) after hating read the wilt impon pring him to ael ( ulled upon Ihosi picseiit to gil o euch Speakern fun anil unpin lud hearing, as thej had uIimijs lutluilo dono on ]ireiious 01 elisions He would cull upon the pioponi of ¿Mr Hiookis Ali A\ Pi 11 Kim ii losi, and saul he had the honor to prctinl lo (he eleetois of Noith lins bane u umdiduto who ho dusted would Kunu their support. Some fifteen months ago, he had felt it to bo his duly to bring under their notico certain jobbery which was going on in a smnll way in the Municipal Council, and (hoy had placed bim in a position by whi...
SUGAR CULTIVATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
SUGAR CULTIVATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir,-I observed in your issue of the 26th ultimo, some remarks on the expense of cultiva- tion and manufacture of sugar and rum, by " West Indies," which he will find he has over- estimated. I have ploughed, harrowed, planted, sup- plied, and weeded four and a half acres for less than twenty pounds (£20). To drain efficiently on level land, and as above mentioned, the ex- pense per acre would not exceed seven pounds, in addition to the expense of clearing, stump- ing, burning, and fencing ; and, at a very low computation, say two tons per acre, would leave a very large margin for profit even at thirty pounds per ton. We should be able to manufacture sugar which would be worth forty pounds per ton. By inserting the above, you will oblige A PRACTICAL PLANTER.
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1864. Some very amusing changes were brought forth, yesterday, at the nomination. It would be wrong to regard them otherwise than as diverting incidents in the election ; for there is much reason for believing that the promoters of them were not half in earnest in playing their silly parts before the public. What can the electors think of the prattling pragmatist and his dull coadjutor who brought forward the new candidate ? Not that they were serious, surely; but, perhaps, that they were sill)'. It were mercy to the individual who undertook to act as Mr. PETRIE'S seconder to let him have the benefit of the doubt ; but the other, who assumed the office of his nomi- nator, is generally regarded as responsible for what he does, being not altogether so ignorant of the three R's-reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic. For all this, we would not hold him accountable for aught he says or does in con- nection with political or civic affairs. Her...
CORRESPONDENCE. MR. TIFFIN AND "THE COURIER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
CORRESPONDENCE. MR. TIFFIN AND "THE COURIER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR,-In the Guardian of the 15th April, there appeared a letter from Mr. C. Tiffin, Colonial Architect ; and in a postoript, that gentleman says that I apologised to him for the appearance of the leader in the Courier of the preceding day. On seeing this postsript, I called on Mr. Tiffin, and he at once stated that it was written in a hurry and under great excitement ; and that he afterwards remembered that it gave a wrong impression, as I had only told him that I was PERSONALLY ignorant of tho contents of the article in question, though I accepted the responsibility of publishing it. He also frankly admitted that I had twice guarded myself by saying that even the admission of ignorance on my part was only allowable as a personal matter between us, in consequence of a conversation we had on the evening before, when I had said that I did not believe he had been guilty of any un- derhand work. Mr. Tif...
SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. April 19.-Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Millman, for Sydney. Passengers - Messrs. Keith, Millar, Huntley, C. Munro, and about eight in the steerage. April 19.-Collaroy, steamer, 500 tons, Capt. Cottier, for Rockhampton. Passengers-Mrs. Innes and family, Messrs. J. Bennett, Charles Younger, Mann, A.J. Rolston, A. Stieglitz, James Marshall, R. J. Morresey, W. M. Bow- man, M. C. Bergin, W. Barney, A. Hunter, H. Bolger, James Hunter and about thirty in the steerage. EXPORTS. Clarence, for Sydney : 16 casks tallow, 24 bales wool, 1 pocket, G. H. Wison and Co. ; 60 bales wool, Wienholt, Walker, and Co. ; 10 bales wool, W. Gray and Co. ; 11 casks fruit, Rodgers; 4 cases fruit, Skyring; 1 parcel, N. Bartley ; 1 cask pines, T. Clark ; 1 bundle bags, T. Unmack ; 18 casks fruit, Bulcock ; 4 cases fruit, G. Toms ; 1 package, Hassell and Ogg. Collaroy, for Rockhampton : 1 bundle tubs, 7 packages, Cribb and Foote ; 1 parcel, Govern- ment Printer ; 8 horses, 1 dray, Wi...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
"WEEKLY TRIP TO CLEVELAND. TOE Steamer DIAMOND will bo _^m-,, _»_ .despatched from RafTs Wharf, ou SATURDAY MORNING Next, at 9 o'ulock, returning next morning at IO. Fares, 6s. and 7s. Gd. Cargo received by Messrs. G. Raff & Co. "' , BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., '3689_Agents. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. ' STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tlio TELEGRAPH, 48 hours after arm al. * TO ROCKHAMPTON.-ThcDIAMANTINA, immediately after aim al. TO MARYBOROUGH. - Tlio YAREA YARRA, 4S hours after arrival. TO IPSWICH ThcIPSWICn, This Day, WEDNESDAY, April 20, at 7 30 n.m. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, April 21, at 8*».ni. Tlie IPSWICH, FRIDAY, 22nd, at 0 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, 23rd, at 9 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane._ BLACK BALL QUEENSLAND LINE OF CLIPPER SHIPS. FOR LONDON DIRECT. TO FOLLOW THE WANSFELL. -ÍW rPHE celebrated A 1 Clipper Ship J|M\ JL FLYING CLOUD, H. 0. Keen, jsSaCr Esq., Commander, baring only a small In«ard Cargo, will be discharged m the ...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 April 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. April 19. A PERSON named Dr. Robinson was arrested last night on the charge of obtaining one hun- dred horses under false representations. He drew a cheque for £300 on the Union Bank of Australia at Bathurst, but there is no bank of that name at that place. He also signed orders for £150 on Mr. James Adams, of Charlotte- place, Sydney, who has been proved since to be a myth. Robinson was examined to-day, and was re- manded for eight days for the production of all orders. At the licensing meeting all applications were granted. SYDNEY. The Auckland papers state that Colonel Leslie will probably be tried by a Court Martial for misconduct at Okarau. Gardiner, the bushranger, has been again re- manded for one day ; his identity is positively sworn to. Parliament will be prorogued this week. The markets are dull. Rice is lower. The Telegraph has sailed for Brisbane. The Albert Cricket Club has resolved not to impose any o...
ENGLISH NEWS. (FROM OUT LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) The Temple, February 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
ENGLISH JÏEWS. (MOM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.) Tho Temple, February 25, 18G1. AVAR has been raging in the noith of Europo during tho past month, and evciy moining has brought us accounts by telegraph of marches and sieges, battles lost and Mon, advances and ictroats Tho Austnans and Prussians in ov er whelming numbers havo occupied both tbo Duchies, Sehleswig and Holstein, and huvo forced tho Danes to givo up then formidable 'ïino of defence, the Daimewearc, becauso they t i not a sufficient number of men to hold it, nnd'to retreat to tho Penuisunal of Alsen, whero they aro now holding thcu founidablo antago msts ot bay Several skiumshes and small fights havo occuriod m which the Danes luwo acquitted themselves manfully, but have boen foi cod to yield to supeuor numbers, and tho wholo nation seems determined to hold out to the last It appears but t oo pi obablo al pi osent Unit thoy will bo left lo fight alone foi lianco has as yetniado no sign of coming to hei ns=ist ance, and tho ...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER OFFICE, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
COMMERCIAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COURIER Office, Wednesday evening. By the Diamantina, which arrived at noon to-day from Sydney, we have received our English papers. The Home News gives the following with respect to the London markets for Australian produce :- Hides.-The best heavy Australian are rather lower ; not more than 4¼d to 4½d can be obtained ; the market is quiet, and the latest public sales went off slowly at barely former terms. At auction, 11,763 salted, ex City of Madras, part sold, second heavy, 3 7/8d to 4d ; best, 4d to 4 3/4d ; first light, 4d to 4¼d ; seconds, 3 5/8d to 3 7/8d; thirds, 3 1/8d ; kips, 4½d 1577, ex Transatlantic, best heavy, taken in at 4 5/8d ; a few sold at 4 1/8d to 4 1/4d. 1500, ex Sir John Moore, sold, part heavy, 4½d; seconds, 4d. light, 4 ; damaged, 3 7/8d; kips, 4½d. 2113, ex Monarch, taken in, heavy, 3 7/8d to 4¼d ; first light, 3 7/8d to 4d ; seconds, 3¼d ; thirds, 3d to 3|d; kips and skins, 3|d to4.rd; heavy kips, ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. FRASER & BUCKLAND, at 12 o'clock, on the premises, at Milton : House- hold Furniture and Effects. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at No. 3 Jewell's Buildings : Groceries and Oilmen's Stores, damaged in the late flood. MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tattersall's Horse Bazaar : Horses, Drays, and Harness. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at the Royal Horse Bazaar : Horses, Vehicles, and Saddlery.
CENTRAL POLICE C0URT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.-Andrew Goodall was fined 10s. for drunkenness. OBSCENE LANGUAGE.-John Wilde was re- manded on the above charge until this morn- ing. LARCENY.-William Greaves, charged with stealing a ring, the property of one James Terry, was remanded until this morning. THREATENING LANGUAGE.-William Green, at the instigation of William Clark, was ordered to find recognizances to keep the peace for six months, himself in £20, and two sureties in £10 each.
DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. &nbsp; &nbsp; Moon-Full, April 22, 11h. 31m. a.m. At the Central Police Court, yesterday, a &nbsp; drunkard was fined, and two ppersons charged, one with having made use of obscene language, and the other with larceny, were remanded until this morning. William Green was ordered &nbsp; to find sureties to keep the peace. At the con- clusion of the police business the Annual Licensing Meeting was held, when forty-five &nbsp; persons obtained publican's licenses, and two transfers were effected.
NOTICES TO MARINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
NOTICES TO MARINERS. The Port-master, Lieut. G. P. Heath, has is- &nbsp; sued a notification to the effect that on and after the 13th of Apiil, a fixed blight Iight will be exhibited from the north-west extreme of &nbsp; Cleveland Point. The light is elevated 32 feet &nbsp; above high water mark, and is visible at a dis- tance of about seven miles. The Port-master also intimates that the bank &nbsp; in the fairway of Freeman's Channel, of which &nbsp; &nbsp; notice was given on the 5th March, has been washed away during the late gales. The channel has now not less than thirteen feet of &nbsp; water at low tide, and may be used as formerly.
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. TUESDAY, APRIL, 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Taken at 9 a.m. TUESDAY, APRIL 20. &nbsp; BRISBANE. – Barometer (corrected), 29.951 ; thermometer (shade), 68.7 ; ditto (dry bulb), 68.1 ; ditto (wet bulb), 61.7 ; force of wind, 2 ; &nbsp; cloud, 3. (Per Electric Telegraph.) WIND AND WEATHER. &nbsp; Brisbane, S.W., and fine ; Lytton, S.W., and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; fine ; Ipswich, calm and fine ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ; Dray- ton, calm and fine ; Warwick, S., and fine ; Dalby, calm and fine.
(From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
(Fiom tho Home News) Crinolims form an liicicasing item ol rail- way traffic Not lc«s than 100 tons of crino- line steels aie can led over the Manehcstei, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway weekly Sheffield is tho principal scut of tho manufacturo, the fubncation of this dehcnto article giving employment to a large number of its popula- tion Taking tho morago weight of each set of cimohno steil hoops at half n pound, the ubovo quantity of steel shows a pioduetion of about half a million ennohncs per week, inde- pendent of what passes fiom Sheffield by othei louies 'Hie quantity of stiel hoops thus manufactured weekh to enlaige the seeming proportions of tho fan sex, if|Oined togetbci m a continuous wiro, would "»hnost compass the globe. A communication from Jerusalem, in tho Monde, says :-"The Porto is said to bo about to send 5000 Circassians into Hie Holy Land to form a colony in tho largo and magnificent plain of Sharon, between Mount Carmel and Gii7.ii. This project is not look...
M.KINLAY'S EXPEDITION. SUPPOSED DISCOVERY OF LEICHHARDTS REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
McKINLAY'S EXPEDITION. &nbsp; &nbsp; SUPPOSED DISCOVERY OF LEICH- HARDTS REMAINS. In the Melbourne Argus of the 1st instant appears the subjoined contribution from W. Ho- race Greenfield, Assistant Secretary to the Royal Geographical Society, London. His hypothesis is worthy of attention, but we shall not attempt to pronounce upon its reliability :- "In the course of reading over the journal of Mr. McKinlay, narrating his heroic passage of the Australian continent from south to north, I have been much struck with the account he gives of the bodies he met with (October 15), at what he has fitly named Lake Massacre. On examin- &nbsp; ing his chart, I find he states that a native, him- self suspected of having borne a part in the out- rage, stated that a party of white men had been destroyed there, ' he did not know how many moons ago.' On turning up the soil one Euro- pean corpse was certainly discovered, which Mr. McKinlay, ignorant at that time of the actual ...
ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
ENGLISH SHIPPING. Since the departure of the January mail the following vessels have sailed for Queensland. From London : The Salvia, on the 28th January, with cargo and passengers ; the Corinne, which finally left the Downs on the 17th of February ; &nbsp; and the Warren Hastings, vvhich sailed from the Downs on the 18th of last month, en route for &nbsp; Portsmouth, to embark the passengers for Brisbane. The Bayswater, 1265 tons, belonging to Messrs. James Baines and Co., sailed on the 5th Febru- ary from Greenock for Queensland, Captain Morris, commander. The Bayswater is the 37th vessel that has sailed on the land order system of emigration, under the immediate direction of the Queensland government. She &nbsp; had on board 434 souls, divided into paying, &nbsp; assisted, and free passengers, and consisting of 245 members of families, 121 single men, and 65 single females.-Home News. At the date of our latest advices the only vessel loading at Lon...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 April 1864
The Courier. &nbsp; PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1864. Young members of Parliament, like half-fledged juveniles who write for the public press, are apt to render themselves superlatively ridiculous while making their first effort. The older stagers listen to the labored sentences of the sucking orator with grimly smiling visages, and if the speaker should venture to crack the whip of satire, the object of his attack may ge- nerally receive it with perfect good humour. There is a warmth and earnestness about the "young man from the country" who "moves the address," for instance, which is usually refreshing to more steady-going people, and if he has not, at the close of his speech, rendered essential service to his party, he has at least afforded the House some amusement. As a case in point, we may recall Mr. WIENHOLT'S debut in the Assembly to the recollection of our readers. What could exceed the folly of the exhibition ? Bathos never readied a sublimer height, and W...