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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

Auction Sales. TO-MORROW. UNRESERVED SALE OF OILMEN'S STORES, &c. PINT AND QUART VINEGAR BLOATER PASTE ANCHOVY DITTO GORGONA ANCHOVIES MUSHROOM KETCHUP SAUCES, PICKLES ESSENCE ANCHOVIES, &c, &c. TRUNDLE & CAMERON will sell by auc- tion, at their Rooms, Quoeu-stroct, at half-post 11 o'clock-, on SATURDAY, April 23, 2 cases Pint A'inegar, each 3 dozen 16 cases Quart ditto, each 2 dozen 1 caso Bloater Paste, G dozen 2 cases ditto ditto, each S dozen 1 case Anchovy ditto, G dozen 2 cases lib. Gorgoua Anchovies, each G dozen 1 ease Mushroom Ketchup, G dozen 2 cases Sauces, euch G dozen 4 case Pint Pickles, each 3 do/en 1 caso i Pint Essence Anchovies, G dozen And a quantity of Sundries. Totally unreserved. TO-MORROAV. 1 25 ACRE f ARAL within a few chains of the Main IPSAVICH ROAD, and close to M'DONALD'S HOTEL. 2. Ono Allotment in tho Merton Estnte, just outside tho Town Boundary, South Brisbane, close to the Clarence Hotel. 3. Also, TAVO ALLOTMENTS in the...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1864. Cheap postage has been unequivocally one of the most successful measures adopted by England for the moral and intellectual advancement of the age in which we live. This is so self-evident that we deem it unnecessary to advance argument in sup- port of our averment. Since ROWLAND HILL'S post-office reform first attracted the attention, not only of our own country- men, but of the whole civilised world, its advantages have become, every year, more and more decided ; and, happily, public opinion has ever been unanimous in its favor. Under such circumstances, the announcement that has late reached us from Downing-street is calculated to excite surprise, and, indeed, somewhat of indig- nation. That jealous reserve of our Government which imposes upon the colo- nists the rare virtue of patience under departmental difliculties might well have been relaxed in respect to the circular despatch of the Duke of Newcastle upon the proposed new...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

K(~\ BALES primo OATEN HAY non- on 0\J SALE. R. HUTCHINS, Qiiccn siicet. 3811 ßAA CEDAR und AMERICAN PINE VJUU DOOKS,ussoitcdsi/os, KOR SAL la, nt lfilttced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Quceii strccl. 3127 1AAAWI1!S CEDAR mid AME III XU"eJxJ CAN PINE SASHES POU SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street, 3128 4") A T0NS English and Scotch GAI-A'A £t\J NIZED IRON, 6, 7, 8, and 9 feel lengths, now ON SALE, in large or Bunill quantities. R. HUTCHINS, Quccn-strcct. 2670 1 C\C\ SASH COOPS, assorted si/es, now X\JLf ON SALE at It. HUTCHINS, Qiiuen-sl reel. ' 3231 N O AV ON. SALE, ni the AICTORIA SALE ROOMS i 100 bags Primo MAIZE 100 bags BRAN - 5 tons ADELAIDE FLOUR 100 bags POTATOES (primo sample). 3701 R. HUTCHINS, Queoii-sliccl. TO NEW ARRIA'ALS AND OTHERS. ITiOR SALE, tho cutter MERMAID, 33 tons J burdon, willi now sjnirs, 'sails, boat, &e., A.c., comjileto. This craft having just had a thorough overland, is now in Iii st-mto working order, and well adapted for the lightering trade. Terms...

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NORTH BRISBANE ELECTION. MR. BROOKES AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

NORTH SllISBANE ELECTION. MR. BROOKES AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. Mr Bnookrs met tho clectois of Noith Bris bine, last ci eiimg, for the puiposo of explaining his political mows Theio was a iei> large attcndimie, und tho business of tho meeting was conducted ni the most ordeily mnnner Mi Pugh, M L V was >ottd into the thnu 'iho CinimnN liming bilollj mtioduccd the candidate to the meeting, Mi Bnookrs lose und aftti a ttw pichiniu nrj obsei rations saul lit thought lit lould not do better than take up the ^niions political questions of piostnt mined as tiny lind np pound in his published adduss J ho flisl point touched upon was immigration which laid tho basis foi the fut m o piospoiil' of tho colony Iho quest ion of emigration was takin up lory stionglj dilling the hist se sion of the Queens hind I'm banu nt and a genual disposition was muutie slid bi all pailles lo allotd eicr\ liuilih foi Hit mlliix ol a lui go population Aluch talk was mado as to the ailiisibility of silling the...

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THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCE COMPANY. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCE COMPANY. (From the Home News.) AN extraordinary meeting of the Australian Mortgage, Land, and Finance Company of     London (Limited) is called for the 4th March,   "for the purpose of altering the 22nd clause in     the articles of association, so as to authorise the     directors to issue bonds, debentures, or obliga- tions of the company, as soon as a sum equal to £3 per share of the subscribed share capital of the company shall have been paid up." This course is adopted because the directors have         satisfied themselves that the main source of the company's profit must always arise from the use of borrowed capital. They notify that they are     prepared "to receive money on deposit as agents,       for investment on mortgage of real property in th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

DEATH. HINTON.-On the 23rd January, at her residence, Parade, Portsmouth, England, Elizabeth, widow, of the late B. H. Hinton, Esq., aged 84 ; mother of Mr. Fredk. Hinton, of Bris- bane.  

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

ENGLISH NEWS. Qiir following is norn the Home News, of rcbiumy 2G nudpiiscnlsthu nut fiiilui-owhith wns piomisid in Hit issue of the month pic ceding - Some yuna ago mi cnimcnl English luvtycr whoso y im himioi ns n |iid¡,e lind moio wisdom m it linn most ol the utterances ol mort owl liLo sitters in ci mini tonluvid, by somo mis placctucnl of his bed i oom lump to binn down his own thiinibers mid thoso of ii good lunily othti jveisons Hie placo of Iho couflnyation was called Papel buildings, in tho lennili iho uiuntcnliomil lcfoim wus a ioul,1i ono but Lou don was ii giniici a stately rano0 of houses, the fcilnio of the Icinjilc having auscn in placo of the duty old den which was dcstiotcd Munt of thoso foi whom tins pn0e is vtlilian will uiiicmbei the lolly towers at the angels of lim new buildings and it is iiom one of thoso low eis that 'bo picsenl wiitci sends and hopes fiequcnlh to send to tho erne of the 1 diloi of the Home Aewî, a fiimihiu mid unpietcntious lesunuoi tho guil...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

SHIPPING.   ARRIVALS April 21.—Excelsior, ship, 698 tons, Captain Barton, from Portsmouth the 14th December, 1863. C. Newton Brother and Co., agents. April 21.—Spray, brig, 142 tons, Captain Scott, from Adelaide the 22nd March. G. Hall and Co., agents. April 21.—Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Curphey, from the Northern Ports. Passengers—Mrs. Orchard and child, Mr. and Mrs. Hilfling, Mrs. Wilmot and child, Mrs. Biggs and child, Mrs. May, Miss Morris, Mis Carmicheal, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Hartenstein, Mrs. Daintree, Messrs. Lilley, Little, Halloran, Garrick, Wilmot, Bariston, Palmer, Steigletz, Bramston, Risien, Archer, J. B. Hoare, W. H. Richards, Tully, J. W. Dargin, A. Young, Ste- venson, Murdoch, Ferguson, Hill, Watson, Wil- son, J. H. Bliss, Morton, Searle, Seaward, Dr. Downes, Rev. A. C. Smith, Hon. R. Pring, and 80 in the steerage, besides 5 prisoners and 4 constables. DEPARTURE. April 21. — Diamantina, steamer, 300 tons, Captain M'Diarmid, for Rockhampton. Pas...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

FOR IPSWICH. 1HE Steamer SETTLER will Imito Bars Wharf on SATURDAY (To morrow), the 23rd instant, at 9'30 a.m., for the .bove place.., p w jACKs0Ni \_j92 ' _Master. WEEKLY TRIP TO CLEVELAND. mHE Steamer DIAMOND will he ^-t-" J- despatched from Raff's Wharf, TOMORROW (Saturday) MORNING at 0 o'clock, returning next morning at 10. Fares, 5s. and 7s. Cd. Cargo receded by Messrs. G. Raff & Co. BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., 3G89 _Agents. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tho TELEGRAPH, 48 hours after arrival. TO MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, mid ROCKHAMPTON.-The COLLAROY, TUESDAY, April 2G. No advanco in rates. TO MARYBOROUGH. - The YARRA YARRA, 'IS hours after arrhal. TO IPSWICH Tho IPSAVICH, This Day (FRIDAY), April 22, at 9 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, 23rd, at 9 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. T 1IIE COLLARAY will leave for _ MARYBOROUGH, GLAD- STONE; and ROCKHAMPTON, on TUES- DAY, April ...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 21. Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. H. Bramston and Bernays.   DRUNKENNESS.-Edward Morrison was fined   10s. for drunkenness. For a similar offence,   aggravated by disorderly conduct, Charles House was fined 20s.   INDECENCY.-John Wilde, brought up on re-   mand, charged with having exposed his person,   was discharged, there not being sufficient proof   of his identity. Olivia Davidson, for a similar     offence, was sent to gaol for six weeks. ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.-James Marshall,     convicted of having been illegally on the   premises of William Wilson, was sent to gaol for   fourteen days.   LARCENY.-William Henry Greaves, a respec- table looking young man, was charged with stealing a gold ring from the shop of Mr. Terry,   watchmaker an...

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CITIZENS FIRE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

CITIZENS FIRE COMMITTEE. THE members assembled in the City Council Chambers yesterday morning, the following being present :-The Mayor (in the chair),   Messrs. Austin, Drury, Pugh, Buckley, Palmer, Pettigrew, Perry, Cnbb, Warry, Fairfax and Booth. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, twoi letters were sub-     mitted from Mr. George Cutbush, in reference to the formation of a fire brigade. It was re- solved that they be laid on the table until replies are received from the lnsurance Companies re- specting the support they will render. Referring to the resolutions passed at a pre- vious meeting, offering suggestions to the Town Council, it was moved by Mr. DRURY, and seconded by Mr. BUCKLEY-"That this com-   mittee respectfully urge on the Municipal Council the necessity of taking into their con- sideration the important matters embodied in the resolutions transmitted to them, and that a &nbsp...

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CHEAP TRAVELLING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 22 April 1864

CHEAP TRAVELLING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR, – The arrival of the new steamer Bris- bane, in the Sydney waters, and the accounce- ment in this morning's journals of its intended   destination, is a significant event worthy the consideration of the Queensland public. Rumors have been rife for some time past that a determined opposition was contemplated by the A.S.N. Company, in order that the in-   tercolonial trade, one of considerable magni- tude, might be kept in their own hands. Three of their finest vessels, it is alleged, are to play between Sydney and Brisbane, and a steamer   will accompany the Queensland, as a guard ship, on each trip to the north, while another one is to be laid on to Rockhampton direct, with smaller vessels to the ports still further north. Fortunately for the A.S.N. Company, their boats, hitherto plying in our waters, have been commanded by officers who have gained the con- fidence, esteem, and respe...

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BOWEN. (From the Port Denison Times, April 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

BOWEN. I (From tho Port Denison Times, April 2.) | °f * The narrativo of the wreck of the Nightingale, furnished to us by Mr. Thompson, will be read with interest by all ; and we trust, while perus- ing it, the reader will not forget that the poor fellows, who have suffered so much hardship and so narrowly escaped with their lives, have with their vessel lost all but their lives and are entirely destitute. By the order of the Police Magistrate they have been supplied with clothes We believe there is no public fund to meet a case like the present, and are pleased to hear that a subscription is to be opened for their benefit, to which we hope all will contribute ac- cording to their means. This event will show the great importance of a lighthouse on Gloucester Island. If the shipwrecked crew, in tho open boat of their own making, had known where to look for the entrance of this harbour, they might have escaped the perils and privations they underwent. The master, Quin, is still in a v...

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A DRAYTON PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

A DRAYTON PUBLIC MEETING. A i uni io mooting of the uitopny eis of Dray ton com i mil, upon lequisilion, by Mr AVilliam Hundt oc-k Mavoi of that town, was held ni the Downs Hotel on Satin day ovening hist, Mi AVilhain Hundcock being colled, unndot much opposition and mimi expiessions of dissitlisfue (ion, lo (be chun Hôweici much wo muy feel inclined lo think, und whole possible, speak well ol oin Drayton neighbois, li nth compels na lo siiv Hint Iho meeting ni question lelloctcd um Hung bul ti edit on Iho pin lies pimeipiilh concerned ni cnuynig it out, und wo most coi (bulli cndoiso the opinion of out coiicspondcnt ' Arolins, ',thal tho meeting seemed to havo been com cinminoic fo the purpose of bongil medium for Iho out pom nig of pinato nialico and vitupcialion than wlth any vlew ofpiomot nig tho public (,ood AVo would stiongly re commend Hie c-ilmly and sensibly written lotloi m question to the sciions attention of thopcoplo of Diav Ion It would be pcifeetly out of tho question...

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ROCKHAMPTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, April 19, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

' Iel ROCKHAMPTON. A| (rilOlI ODB OWN counnsroNDEKT.) Tuesday, April 19, 18G1. SATumui night last brought us the new s of two calamities-the lire in your Queen sheet, and the nieideiil to tho James Paterson The lattei did not much nstonisluis, fi oin the length ol time the Pnteison was oveidue*most people concerned guessed what mo now know lcnlly oieuned ihe fno in Queen street, howoici, caused a sensation, and long bifoie the mail de lively crowds of mquiicrs wcro busy tiymg to usccitam whether um of then fiiends vveio among tho sullmis J ho sympathy expicssed on all hiinels would have com meed the most sceptical of Busbiimtcs, that although Rock hampton folks like not the government tiley do not let then 'displeasmo cany (hem furtbei Indeed,lind Hie fire oecmrcd hcie suncoh moio îegret could have been expressed The Giafton, steamet, nnivcd by the sumo tide ns the Queens land and although sho bl ought tidings of tho Patcisons mishap, the passengers and enigoof the lattei neic also ...

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EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO QUEENSLAND. per Solvia, 347 tons, from London, cleared January 28 :-Agricultural implements, £79 ; ale and beer, in bulk, 76 barrels ; ditto, in glass, 35 barrels ; apparel and slops, £2662 ; bagging, gunnies and sacks, No. 3900 ; blankets, £1635 ; books, £170 ; brushware, £269 ; candles, 2 cwt ; carpets and rugs, £55 ; cottons, printed, £159 ; cottons, woollens, and delaim, £198 ; cordage and twine, £57 ; drugs and chemicals, £614 ; earthenware, £137 ; flannels, £518 ; fruits, 37 cwt ; glass and glassware, £137 ; gunpowder, 2549 lbs; hardware and ironmongery, £2193; hats and caps, £20 ; haberdashery, £292 ; leather, wrought, £1603 ; metals, bar and rod, 45 tons ; hoops, sheet and plate iron, 3 tons ; pig iron, 12 tons ; lead, sheet and pipe, 8 tons ; nails, 19 tons ; shot, 2 tons ; tin plates, 14 boxes ; steel, 3 tons ; zinc, 2 tons ; millinery, £84 ; oilmen's stores, £637 ; oils, 3791 gallons ;   paints and varnish, £317 ; paper, 7600 lbs...

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TAROOM. (FROM A. CORRESPONDENT.) TAROOM, April 14, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

TAROOM. (FBOM V. COBBrSrONPFNT) Tuioom, A pi ii 11, 18G1 jSotice has been given foi some davs past that the Rttiirnuit, Olbecr foi this Dislnet (John Scott £sq II' of Palin Jico Cieek) would tins dav bold a publie meeting for the liomin ition ol candidates foi the vacant seat m the repie mt at ion of the Leichhaidt Distuct Iho oiif.mil dav of noininition bad passed awitv and owing to the inability of the Return nig Officer lo ci oss the nvei no nomination took plnee Mi Scott however bebevni^ that the J lccloul Vet empowerelluni lo piovidenyinist dclavs of this kind nullifvmg an election, lietel mined to c,ivc the district a chanco of having its duo amount of representation dm mi, tho ensuing session A number of clectois viere present at noon and aftci the meet nig was duly opened, it was proposed by AVultei Davidson J s j and se conded by Mi Zerbo of the Inroom Hotel tint Ldmund Molineux Ro}ds vvns a fit and proper person to represent the district IS o othir candidates havin0 been p...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Vernon, Goldsmid, from Plymouth ; sailed   December 13. Salvia, Rees, from London ; sailed January 28. Corinne, Ochiltree, from London ; sailed from   the Downs, February 17. Warren Hastings, Hedley, from London via   Southampton ; sailed from the Downs Feb-   ruary 18. Maxwell Jones, from London, loading. Legion of Honor, Martin, from London, load- ing. Miss Kilmansegg, from the Clyde December 16. Lady Bowen, steamer, from the Clyde. Lady Young, steamer, from the Clyde. Charles Edward; steamer, from the Clyde Johann Cesar, Falk, from Hamburgh No- vember 19. Bayswater, from Liverpool, via the Clyde ; sailed February 5. Sultana, Williams, from Liverpool, via the   Clyde, loading. William, Dickson, from Adelaide, loading. Lady Lyttleton, Howard, from Newcastle. Diana, from Melbourne, April 21. Gil Blas, from Sydney, loading. Vixen, from Sydney, loading.

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MARYBOROUGH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 20, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

MARYBOROUGH. (l'ItOJl OÜB OWN COBHKSl'ONDENT.) Ap.il 20, 1861. I niD seaicelv vnillon mv last lo )ou when the Collaio} ni lived fiom Busbiine, bunging with hei a living fi eight, composed ol a vaiiclv of eombusliblo mulei ml, tho mi«smg lnombcis of oin Queensland bai vieio lhere, one 01 two government hacks, and uni. amount of business men A.oin "own," by chance, Inking a quiet sholl on boaid Iho boat spied out of these ex qui8ito }ouths Hint blight biath of ii bov, }Our Galvvnyiun eomniissionei, vihoni 1 guessed had como to pav us a flying visit AVo thought from his looks bowns piimcd foi nusebiol, loi tho " light of baltlo shono on his countenance," as old Russell would sa}, and suio ho was not foi oil Ho (tho Commissionci) shot oil to oin npolog} of a gaol, and sioinicd the police depaitment in gallant stylo, tho dep u Imeiil being just at tho moment bitvveen two stools, attending to Ins Honoi and (ho bal at huge, and tho escoil pist aimed pel Colimo} undei the Commissioner s com...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR—April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 23 April 1864

VESSELS IN HARBOR-APRIL 22. Ship, Flying Cloud, 1139 tons, Captain H. C. Keen, loading for London. J. and G. Harris, agents. Ship, Prince Consort, 1234 tons, Captain Aitchaison, from Hervey's Bay, discharging cargo. C. Newton Brother and Co., agents. Ship, Excelsior, 698 tons, Captain Barton, from London. Wienholt, Walker, and Co., agents. Barque,Lion, 210 tons, Captain Bennett, from Sydney, discharging cargo at Town's wharf. G. Raff and Co., agents. Barque, Lorenzo Sabine, 173 tons, Captain Thom, from Launceston, discharging cargo at Raff's wharf. G. Raff and Co., agents. Brig, Maria, 156 tons, Captain Williamson, from Adelaide, discharging cargo at Harris's wharf, Molison, Black, and Smith, agents. Brig, Spray, 142 tons, Captain Scott, from Adelaide. R. S. Warry, agent. Schooner, Maid of Riverton, 82 tons, Captain Murphy, from Newcastle, discharging cargo at Grenfell's wharf. Captain, agent. Schooner, Margaret and Mary, 120 tons, Cap- tain Drewell, from Sydney. Molison, Black, and...

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