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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT .WHARF. í , MORN. Ü.VL.ÍV, Dec. 12-Saturday.*.J.. 2.38 3 2 lä-^Suiulay . 3.26 3 50 x 14- -Monday.X .. 4.14 4.38 15-Tuesday.*... 5.2 5.26 16-Wednesday...-'. 5.50 6 14 17-Thursday. 6 38 7 2 l8-Friday. 7.26 7.50

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO T. A. IN ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

ORIGINAL POETRY.   TO T. A. IN ANSWER.   Bless my heart, my tender Tommy ! Dost thou still remember me ? Since the Billy tore thee from me, All my dreams have been of thee.             Though much I fear your wreath of flowers   Is what the vulgar call " a sell," Yet thinking on those blissful hours, Your nightcap I remember well. 1 smile to hear you speak of " blisses,"   Which you say " could never cloy ;"     Oh ! Thomas, what a " wopper" this is ! Recollect yourself, old boy ! Ah ! love's remembrance never dies,   But to mine eyes are present yet Our glorious feeds of mutton pies, And merry rounds of heavy wet ! Still I hear my friends declaring, By the holy camel's hump ! (While your suppers they were sharing) You were " something like a trump !" Through my heart and every tripe, Burns my fervent love for thee, ...

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LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser, Nov. 13.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. ( From the Hobart Town Advertiser, Nov. 13. ) The Phantom arrived direct from India on   Wednesday, bringing English news to the 7th of August. The kindness of Captain Watson has enabled us to give the latest intelligence up to that date, he having supplied us with the Overland News, a journal published expressly for the transmission of the most recent European news to India. Her Majesty had quite recovered. The young Princess was christened on the 25th July, in the chapel at Buckingham Palace, by the names of Helena Augusta Victoria. Prince Albert paid a visit to Liverpool on the 30th, and remained until the following Friday, amid a succession of fetes which did full credit to the second city in Britain. The purpose of His Royal Highness's visit was to lay the foundation stone of an institution for the benefit of the sailors at that port, and to be present at the opening of the new Albert Dock. King Ernest of Hanover has been seriously ill,...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

INDIA. By the Phantom, we learn that all was quiet in India. The Sheiks affairs were settled for the present, but it was supposed that without the greatest care insurrection would manifest them- selves in that part of the country. A report was in circulation after the arrival of the Phantom, that the whole staff of Sir H. Harding had been surprised when out hunting and murdered by the Mounted Sheiks. We have, however, been unable to authenticate this intelli- gence after the most careful enquiry. Sir George Arthur had resigned the govern- ment of Bombay, and returned home with a fortune of five and a half lacs of rupees, acquired in a government of five years, or about £55,000. It would seem that his old habits of acquisition had not deserted him. His health is said to have been in a most deplorable state, and that his re- signation has been compelled by a strong tendency to apoplexy. The speculation of horses from Sydney to India has proved a complete failure, from the losses du- r...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS. Dec. 6. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Rolleston, Major Innis,     Captain Collins, and Mr. Webb. Seven,       in the steerage.           9. William, schooner, Freeman, from Syd-     ney. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs     Walker- and three children, Mrs. Taylor     and two children.       DEPARTURE.     Dec- 8. Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers- Capt. O'Connell and Lady, Mr. Robert Graham, and Mr. W. Picker- ing. Ten in the steerage, and one prisoner of the Crown.   IMPORTS.   Tamar.- 1 parcel, 1 bag sundries, 11 bags sugar, 6 half-chests tea, 1 barrel ale, 1 four-doz. cask, 1 cask oil, 1 cask, 16 bars, 1 bundle iro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

STEAM TO SYDNEY, BY the Hunter River Steam Navigation Com- pany's Packet     TAMAR: ON TUESDAY, 22th DECEMBER, And on every alternate Tuesday during the Season.       FARES ;-   Saloon. ............ £4 0 0   Steerage ......... 2 0 0         ROBERT GRAHAM & CO.,   Agents. H. R. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, South Brisbane, Nov. 28, 1846.     WOOL STORES. THE Undersigned having taken those capacious STORES at the Queen's Wharf, Kangaroo Point, will receive Wool for the Steamer WILLIAM THE FOURTH and the Schooner WILLIAM, free of all expense to the shipper. Goods arriving   from Sydney by either of these vessels will be stored free.   GEORGE WATSON.   N.B.-200 Woolpacks for Sale cheap. IMPORTANT SALE OF LAND AT IPSWICH. MR. T. DOWSE begs to inform those parties who have b...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1846. THE WASTE LANDS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

THE Moreton Bay Courier.             SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1846. THE WASTE LANDS ACT.   In the House of Lords on the 6th August, Earl Grey, the new Secretary for the Colonies, stated that it was intended to proceed with the Crown Lands Bill, " with certain anendments, which he had to pro- pose in Committee." This Bill was in- troduced in the House of Lords in June last, by Lord Lyttleton, late Under- secretary for the Colonies, and it now appears that the new Ministry are desirous of having it passed during the present session, with certain amendments ; but what they may. be is not known. As the Bill at present stands, it is even more ob- jectionable than the one brought into the House of Commons by Mr. Hope, at the close of the last session of Parliament, an abstract of which was given in this jour- nal on the 11th July last. As soon as Mr. Cunninghame, the Port Phillip dele- gate, became ac...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. The sun of £5000 has been forwarded from England to Van Diemen's Land, for the purpose of supporting missionaries in the bush. The donor transmitted the money anonymously through the Bishop of Ripon.-In the Legislative Council of South Australia, on the 13th ultimo, Capt. Bagot presented a petition from Andrew John Murray, supported by several merchants, praying for the introduction of a Bill to secure to the petitioner the patent right of an invention, by which a large increase of mechanical power is obtained.-On the 11th instant a Government sale of town and suburban lots took place at Melbourne, the pro- ceeds of which amounted to £4224 14s. 10d. The Pentonvilles per ship Maitland were readily securing engagements at Melbourne, some at from £16 to £20, whilst others had the modesty to ask £30.-Nearly 400 drays are at present employed in carting ore to Port Adelaide.-At a special general meeting of the Melbourne Mechanics' In- stitution the number of members was...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

STEAM TO SYDNEY. K T H E STEAM - PACKET * l WILLIAM IV., will leave Kangaroo'Point for Sydney, on TUESDAY NEXT, ____is the 15lh December; and con- tinue to do so every alternate Tuesday. fares : Cabin..,.£2 10 0 Steerage-provisions included 1 10 0 GEO. WATSON, Agent. Kangaroo Point, Dec. 12,1846. FOR SYDNEY-. - - - THE PACKET-SCHOONER x WILLIAM, ^ä^ Freeman, master, will sail from Campbell's Wharf, Kangaroo Point, for the above port, on THURSDAY next. For freight or passage, apply to the master on board. SALE BY AUCTION. FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN THE FLOURISHING TOWN OF IPSWICH, Producing a clear Rental of 25s. per week. MB. T. DOWSE HAS been favouted with instructions from the Proprietor, Mr. Thomson, to Sell by Public Auction, at the Queen's Arms Hotel, Ipswich, On MONDAY the 11th of JANUARY, 1847, At 12 o'clock, (if not previously disposed of by private contract,) in consequence of the proprietor being under orders for NORTH AUSTRALIA, All that valuable Allotment of LAND, situate in t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DR. LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 12 December 1846

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DR. LEICHHARDT. We have pleasure in being enabled to furnish our readers with some additional information respect- ing the progress of Dr. Leichhardt and party in their exploring expedition towards Swan River. The worthy Doctor has been accompanied by Mr. Roper, one of the party in the late expedition, as far as Mr. Rusden's station, New England. We learn from a gentleman recently arrived from the Darling Downs, that the party arrived at Mr. Andrew's station, Oakey Creek, about the 24th ultimo, and consisted of the following persons : Dr. Leichhardt, Mr. John Mann, Mr. Hovenden Hely, Mr. Bunce, Mr. Turnbull, James Perry (saddler), Henry Boacking (tanner), and two aboriginal blacks, Harry Brown and Womai, the former from Newcastle, and the latter from Stroud. The Doctor speaks very highly of the reception he met with from squatters at the various stations on his route, with the exception, we are sorry to say, of one individual, who has a station at New England, an...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE DEPARTURE. Dec. 17. William, schooner, Freeman, for Syd- ney. Passengers-Mr. R. F. G Phelan,   Mr. Stubbs, and Mr. Hanly ; and six       in the steerage.                         EXPORTS.     William : 36 bales wool, 5 bundles skins, Richardson; 8 bales wool, Orr; 10 bales wool, A. Hodgson ; 1 bundle skins, Phelan ; 77 logs   timber, 1 bag horn tips, 300 horns, Welsh.

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATKR AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATKR AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. . ' « MORN. EVEN. ;Doc. 19-Saturday i .......\ '-IO. 14 10.33 20-Sunday . 11.2 11.26 . ' ;2t-,-Mónday . :. 11.50 0.14 * 22-Tuesday. 0.33 1.2 , -.. 23-Wednesday., 1.2G 1.50 -^ 21-Thursday ....'.'.'... " '2.14 2 38 \. 25-Friday ......-..: .\ ' 3.2 3.2li

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

STEAM TO SYDNEY, By the Hunter River Steam Navigation Com- pany's Packet       TAMAR:   ON TUESDAY, 22nd DECEMBER, And on every alternate Tuesday during the Season. FARES:-   Saloon.£4 0 0   Steerage. 2 0 0 ROBERT GRAHAM & CO., Agents.   H. R..S. N.Co.'s Wharf,   South Brisbane, Nov. 28, 1846. WOOL STORES. The Undersigned having taken those capacious STORES at the Queen's Wharf, Kangaroo Point, will receive Wool for the Steamer WILLIAM THE FOURTH,   and the Schooner WILLIAM, free of all expense to the shipper. Goods arriving from Sydney by either of these vessels will be stored free.   GEORGE WATSON. N.B.-200 Woolpacks for Sale cheap. CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES. TO INNKEEPERS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, &c. FOR SALE, by AUCTION, without reserve, at   the Stores of Mr. Welsh, South Brisbane, by MR. T. DOWSE, THIS DAY, At One o'clock-to close co...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 18[?]6. INDIAN LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

THE MORETON BAY COURIER                           SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1846.   INDIAN LABOUR. A PAMPHLET on the " The Advantages of Indian Labour in the Australasian Colo-   nies," from the pen of P. Friell, Esq., has just issued from the Sydney Press. Mr. Friell, it appears, has been induced at the request of his friends to furnish   proprietors of stock with an account of   the practical results of Indian Immigra- tion, as exemplified by the conduct of the Coolies employed by him on his station at Tent Hill, in this district. The author premises that the opinions he has formed   are based upon a very close observation of the character and disposition of the   natives of India, during his long resi- dence in that country ; and also upon ...

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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

IMMIGRATION. On the motion of Mr. Francis Scott, last year's Report of the Committee of the Legislative Council on Immigration has been printed by order of the House of Commons, together with the evidence of the witnesses, and various appendices, including a number of " statements of immigrants" collected by Mrs. C. Chisholm. The circulation of this document in England must be productive of benefit to the colony, although, until the session of Par- liament was closed, which would be about the end of August, the press would not be able to pay much attention to it. The report is preceded by the following truly Gippsianic despatch :   Copy of a despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Stanley. Government House, Sydney, 27th October, 1846 My Lord, I have the honour to forward herewith a copy of a Report during the course of the present session by a Committee of the Legislative Council of this colony, appointed on the 22nd August, 1845, to take into consideration and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

STEAMER "EXPERIMENT." SHIPPERS of GOODS by the Experiment to Ipswich, are informed that all Freights must   in future be paid prior to being received on board. ROBERT GRAHAM & CO.., Agents. Brisbane, 18th Dec, 1846.   ON SALE by the undersigned, FINE FLOUR, at moderate prices.   EBEN. ORR. South Brisbane, Nov. 28, 1846. CAUTION. THE PUBLIC are cautioned against hiring or harbouring the undermentioned, he having absconded from my Station ten days ago :- Name-RICHARD NASH ; height-about 5 feet 8 inches ; complexion-sallow ; long sharp nose, and bald head. He has got a discharge, signed by Mr. Deuchar, dated about six months ago. WILLIAM TURNER, 15th December, 1846. Tarome.   NOTICE. THE undermentioned ORDERS having been STOLEN, all parties are cautioned against   receiving them :- J. M. Andrew, favour Harrington, on R. Camp- bell,- £1 10s. W. and G. Leslie, favour Fox, on Bank of Aus- tralasia-£3.   ...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Disturbances still continued in Switzerland, and   had of late assumed so serious a character that an Austrian army of observation was drawn around the cantons to watch the march of events, and prevent the propagation of revolutionary prin ciples in the Austrian dominions. THE ARMY.-Eighty-three gentlemen entered the army during the month of June last. SURGICAL OPERATION ON A MESMERIC PA-   TIENT.- The New York Herald contains a de-   tailed account of the removal of a large tumour from the back of a young woman of colour in that city. The writer, who was sceptical as to the possibility of the operation being performed with- out the patient knowing it, after describing the means used to produce the mesmeric sleep, says : -" Dr. Bostwick first made a longitudinal in- cision, eight inches in length, through the flesh over the tumour, and then commenced cutting   round it. When the knife was first put...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. Horse-stealing has become very prevalent in the district of Port Phillip ; most of the animals stolen find their way to Port Adelaide.-By the Maitland, 291 Pentonvale prisoners had been landed at Port Phillip. They are described as follows :- 71 labourers, 33 carpenters, 6 stonemasons, 8 saw- yers, 8 brickmakers, 5 bricklayers, 14 smiths, 1 slater, 34 shoemakers, 8 painters, 18 tailors, 6 weavers, 5 braziers, 1 brassfounder, 1 moulder, 2 engineers, 1 chimneysweep, 2 basketmakers 4 gardeners, 6 butchers, 10 bakers, 1 confectioner, 1 calico printer, 6 clerks. 3 drapers, 6 grooms, 1 miller, 1 hatter, 1 watchmaker, 1 currier, 9 ser- vants, 1 errand boy, 1 stable boy, 1 brushmaker, 1 sailmaker, I timber hewer, 3 coopers, 2 grocers' assistants, 2 shepherds 1 veterinary surgeon, 1 woolstapler, and 1 sailor. The above are as able bodied a set of young men (all under 30 years of age) as ever came into the colonies. The surgeon- superintendent speaks in the most flattering ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LAND SALE. On Wednesday, pursuant to notice, the sale of Crown Lands took place at the Court House, in North Brisbane. There was a fair attendance of purchasers, and the bidding for the Ipswich Town Lots was very spirited. Only one of the Suburban Lots was disposed of. For the special Country Lots there was not a single offer, the exorbitant upset price having deterred speculators from buying. The following is the result of the sale : TOWN LOTS. 1. North Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No. 6 of section No. 10 ; 12s. 6d. per perch ; Catha- rine Savary, £22 10s.   2. North Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No. 7 of section No. 10. No offer. 3. North Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No. 1 of section No. 11 ; 12s. 6d. per perch ; Robert Little, £22 10s. 4. North Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No. 20 of section No. 11 ; 12s. 6d. per perch ; Judith Dawson, £22 10s. 5. Ipswich, 32 perches, allotment No 5 of section No. 3 ; 5s. 6d. per perch ; Joseph North, £8...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 19 December 1846

MARRIED, By special license, at St. John's Church, Par- ramatta, by the Rev. F. Wilkinson, M.A., on   the 24th instant, David Grant, second son of   the late Sir Francis Forbes, Knight, to Kate Augusta, second daughter of the late Henry Boucher Bowerman, Esq. DIED, At Calcutta, on the 17th July last, Captain James Warden Brett, of the ship West Ind- ian, aged 31 years, eldest son of Mr. Wil- liam Brett, Hunter River.

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