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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Tue Customs' boat came up from the bay last night, bringing news of the. Telegraph's arrival at the bar yesterday afternoon at four o'clock. We arc indebted to the courtesy of Captain O'Reilly and the Customs' officer for the speedy delivery of our correspondent's, letter and files, from which we summarise the following:- The Queen's birthday was observed with the   usual loyalty in Sydney.... The Governor (Sir John Young) reviewed the volunteers, to the number of more Jirina thousand,,in'.the Domain, upwards of 18,000 spectators being . present. After the various field evolutions usual to such parades had been gone through, Sir John Young delivered an animated address, in which he congratulated, the volunteers upon the proficiency to which they had attained, and expressed a hope, that they would "persevere in acquiring that exact discipline and perfection of skill, without which in the hour of trial, enthusi- asm will prove in vain, and the most co...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Lex" and " No Lick-Fi*we."?We would willingly insert your letters, were it not that they each ...infringe, ii "press regulation," which forbids thi) elevation into, notoriety of insignificant nonentities,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1861

aoMCEOPATHIO GOODS. FRESH CONSIGNMENTS. ARTHUR OUBITT, Rridge-street, Sydney, has just received a Shipment of LEATH & ROSS'S JUSTLY CELE BK A TED IIOHCEO PATHIO PREPARATIONS. Tho consignment being a small tme^ families or the profession requiring supplies will do well to communicate with the undersigned. ' LIST OF PRICES : Globules.?Tubes containing double tho quantity of those in morocco cases, ls each Medicine cases, containing medicines prepared in London by Lentil and Ross,at following prices:? Mahogany cases, containing Dr. Laurie's Hom. Wed., with all the medicines preeoribed in globules and tinctures for external and in tcrnal use, £(i ISs OJ Ditto, with forty-eight medicines and tinctures fur external usc, £3 10s Morocco case, with eighty-four medicines', £3 Ditto ditto, forty-five ditto, £2 Guido for family uso, with medioines in globules, prescribed in some, £1 7s (Jd ?: Case containing remedies for general complaints, I8s6d. ACCIDENT OASES, Particularly recommende...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1861

BIRTH.   At Kinellan, on Saturday the 25th instant, Mrs. Thomas Jones of a son, still born.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1861

he Ijofcal 7 Intelligence. Manton's'Cower Mine.?Wo; alluded, >in our yesterday's issue, to the fact".that tho Cjarence had brought down to Brisbane, en ..route <, to.Sydney, a quantity of ore from tho above mine.-. During yesterday one of tho Messrs. Lance called at our office and left a rich, sample of tho pre, which we shall bc hnppy to show" to., tho. curious in such matters. Mr.- Lance informs iis. that tho mine is about-45 miles from -Rockhampton hy: a dircotjrouto, nlthough tho distance is fully" sixty miles by vthe road now in use. Shafts aro nowbcing.surik ;to three, different lodes, and the hill which marks thc site of (the-,.discovery gives 'every indication of groat abundance, there being at least a dozen " outcrops.'? Tho working of these mines cannot but prove of tho greatest benefit to Rockhampton, through which town the supplicsfor, and the produce from, the works are destined to pass. Wo congra- tulate our northern: friends; arid the colony at large,- p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 May 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY.—Before the Police Magistrate. Thomas Ogden, James Smith, and John Golding, each charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, were cautioned and dis- missed, it being their first appearance in thc court. MONDAY.—Before R. Cribb, Esq., J.P. Philip O'Reilly was charged with drunken- ness. This was his seventh conviction. As he had been confined in the lock-up ever since Saturday, the Bench discharged him in order to give him one more chance of reformation, and Mr. O'Reilly accordingly departed, pro- mising not to appear before the court under   such circumstances again.—William Penny, charged with being drunk and disorderly on Saturday last, was also discharged, with a caution, having been in confinement since that time.—William Fischer was charged with disorderly conduct at the South Brisbane ferry steps, on Saturday night last. From thc evidence of constable Rourke it appeared that Fischer was apprehended in consequence of creating a d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LORD BROUGHAM ON CO-OPERATION. (From the Co-Operator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

p.? I LORD BROUGHAM on CO-OPERATION. (From Hit Cd-Oiteralbr.) Sixteen years' ago forty Rochdale artizans, desiring to establish a society of the first kind, amassed by a weekly subscription ol' 3d. from each member, the sum of £28, hired a room for a store, laid in a stock of neccssaries,'and began to trade; selling not only to members but to all who Would buy. The enterprise provoked laughter. A neigh bouring shopkeeper boasted that he could carry away the whole stock in a wheelbarrow Now, howover,tho single room is multiplied into many distinct shops,1 spread over the town, and the weekly vend of tho society exceeds £2,700 per'week. Every' member must be tho owner of five shines of 20s. each, the permitted maximum being a hundred such shares.- The capital is paid in in small weekly or quarterly instalments. All thc transactions ot the society, whether purchases or sales, are for ready money, the entiro absence of credit being tho corner- stone of the_ institution. The customer, wh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Letter to the Editor. THE IPSWICH COTTON COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

JLetter tn (lae Editor. -+ THE IPSWICH COTTON COMPANY. t Hu;,?Tho prospectus of* thu Ipswich Cotton Company is now fairly before tho public, and ns it iipponls for support to all interested iii tho wolfiiro ol' thc colony, tho company must expect to have its claims examined, and its proceedings looked to. It appears that tho Provisional Committee who h-.ivc been appointed, without waiting for the sanction of the shareholders, who, appar- ently arc to have no voice in tho disposal of thc fund-;, they arc called upon to subscribe ?have made arTangemints for purchasing a portion of Booval for £10,000. They propose to lay out £2000 ia machinery, mid they esti- mate tho first two years expenditure at £0000, making a total of £17,000 upon a plan- tation of 230 acres in oxtcut. If tho company arc really interested in de- veloping the resources of Queensland; if they aro in earnest in wishing to givo its capabili- ties of producing cotton a fair trial, and if thc company is anything else hu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Champion Race. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] IPSWICH, 9 p.m. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

The Champion Race. - . 1 [Per Electric Telegraph.] I Ipswich, 9 p.m. (from our own correspondent.) I The Governor arrived here at a quarter past three o'clock, and was very quietly received by ah assemblage of seven hundred people. His Excellency was escorted from the wharf by a detachment of the mounted volunteers. Tattersall's opened nt eight o'clock this evening, when there was a very crowded meeting. Tho afato of the betting is as follow^:?-. ,,r..;ipO to IO agst Fisherman.' -.>,'-? f:100 to;25 "ii,/,:-Eclipse; ¦ ' 100 to 30q ? . Yan Tromp. ;"¦ The above were oflfered andi refused, but I have heard of a bet of 50 to 10 against both Eclipse and Yan'Trorap being taken. Zoe and Ben Bolt against each other even. Five to 3 is freely offered against the Queensland horses. I have just been told, positively, that Fisherman will not start. Betting is still going briskly on. Tho town is full of people.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TUESDAY (YESTERDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

ip a wig ti. (l'BOM OUR OWN' COIiniiSl'ONDKNT.) Tukshav (Yesterday.) At tho Police Office, un Fii.lny, the 24th er. inBt., before thc Poljco Magistrate, James J th Dickson, charged frith heirig ©tink on the 23rd insUhfc, pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s {in default, 48 hours in the cells. Two cases of assault, Hermann Raniger v. Simon Mayer, and Simon Mayer v. Hermann Raniger wore dismissed, there being no ap- pearance of either party.?On Monday, the 27th inslanl, before the Police Magistrate and A. Wienholt, J.P., Eliza Lyons, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Brisbane-street, on thc 25th inst., was fined £l,or48hoursin thc cells. Philip Callaghan, charged with being on tho premises of Samuel Appleton in Brisbane-street with an unlawful purpose, said " he supposed he must plead guilty, for he knew no moro of his being there than an unborn child, and as to his being there for any unlawful pur- pose, there were plenty of gentlemen about this neighbourhood as know'd he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

CENTRAL TOLICE COURT. Tuesday (Yesterday.)?Boforo the Police Magistrate, and Mr. T. S. Warry. Patrick Fitzgibbon pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and was .sentenced to pay a finu of 10s, or ba imprisoned for 2-t hours. Johnncy, au aboriginal, was convicted of alike offence, and sentenced to pay the salim penalty. David Boll was brought before tho court on tho charge of vagrancy. Constable Johnson doposcd, that on tho previous evening thc prisoner caine to bim and stated that bo was pursued by persons,'who haunted him day and night, and that in consequence ho was unable to obtain rest either day or night. Witness at once nimrMwinilod .mul i-,>iiiino<l hiii,. nu tim ground that ho was of unsound mind. In answer to tho Bench the prisoner stated that, hy had worked bis way down the country ; that whenever ho went into a pub lio house, or other pince of business, the people said, " There is a Sydney man," or a " Sydney sharper?buwaro of him....

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

?Mppta* Iwtemcenee. ?. _ -T yBPARTURE. MM M?Tany x arwfi). Captain Bel), for Sydney. PMsenfert-Me? m j,'j£<£ phiHp, Carr, Fyfe, A. h. AcDoass ,11, Neil, Sherwin, Sherwin, Lance, B»TrlckjHetbi jrin-too Blyth,Tiniroorabe,Binney, Clark, Wessi' j,, jyiM Hodgson, and eight in the steerage. "-?¦-?- EXPORTS. Yarr* Y:i,rra . 20 bales wool, T. D. L. Moffatt : 474 bales wool, 4 bates sheepskins, 4 casks tallow, 3 paokaf/ee, G. H. Wilson ond Co.: 20 bales wool, W. Grajand Co. j 7 bales wool, T. B. Stephens; 31 bales-wool, 10 packages wool, Hassell and Co. ?; 1ft bales wool, K. Towns and Co.; 1 . bog. euee'*, OdrbjpiraOve "Seolcty ; 456 bides, Henssler and Ifrancksen; 205.- hides, 35 casks tallow, lt. J. Smith; 1 hhd. »le, Panton and Co. ; 1 parcel, Hughes; 1 case,' Captain Bell; 1 parcel, ex Bria-, ibatrefKryce^Perry Bros.; 2 bagr, sweet potatoes, 1. Dowse; 2 casks froit, Bankin -, 2 cases, 4 bundles bananas, Heilb'rbn ; 5 cases plants, W. Hill; 24 bunches bananas, T. Dowse;' 7 case...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

WeeUM? ttolentfar. ta* Wai* at Bunin. JXdAx Days... ,. ,"jniai:»;':. WedteittayU Thursday. ;<;. Friday. Saturday^ Sunday . ?Jpndwrij ...>., Tnesdiy..:. - Kate. 'May,' 29\. 30 SI ;Jnne. "l. ?". ? + ' Morn. 245 3 38 Alter. 3 10 4 0 ,4^, I 4.52 *' 15 6 0 6 45 7 26 5,37 G 22 7 8 7 50 Hises. G 43 j 6 44 6 44. 6 45 6 45 G 46 6 46

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NEWS AND NOTES. CLHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

3fJIW««s:'yielf-»-vH''**iB'f.i;,,;|i BY'A SYDNEY MAN. :.-; -:- l«01 ..GLUT. Brief indee- j nrngt'this communication be. You are pri .vatoly:ariprised of the cause, but it wjll not '^ j foorpo, ^oon recur. The cf yictoaijicjn of the Queen's 'birthday yestenP jy> .tfag a]i that tho most ardently loyal-'- ^asjjject could desire. Tho Governor rcvir.<wefl the volunteers in the domain at 12 oyi'eci, when there was a muster of more *'oMfi;,a. thousand med under arms?tho jiSBes, mounted and foot, being now in full rumjorm. .Tho cavalry wear.blue, with black ipolished helmets and red horse-tail plumes. '.The infantrynniform is a light grey, with red ^facings. The officers aU wore crape on their ;arms in memory of the late Duchess of Kent, ;and the Governor appeared in plain mourn- ing. At least 18,000 spectators were on tho .?ground, and the evolutions apparently gave ;great satisfaction to all. After tho review, the Governor delivered the following ad- dress'!?" " Gentlemen,?I...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

HOMOEOPATHIC GOODS. FRESH CONSIGNMENTS. ARTHUR CUBITT, Bridge-street, Sydney, has just received a Shipment of LEATH & ROSS'S JUSTLY CELEBRATED HOMEO- PATHIC PREPARATIONS. The consignment beiug a Bmnll one, families or tho profession requiring supplies will do well to communicate with the undersigned. LIST OF PRICES: Globules.?Tubes containing double the quantity of those in morocco cases, ls each Medicine casc&, containing medicines prepared in London hy Leath and Ross, at following prices:? Mahogany cases, containing Dr. Laurie's Hom. .Med., with all tho medicines prescribed in globules nnd tinctures for external and in- ternal use, £6 18s Od Ditto, with forty-eight medicines and tinctures for external use, £8 10s Morocco case, with eighty-four medicines, £3 Ditto ditto, forty-five ditto, £2 Guido for family use, with medioines in globules, prescribed in same, £1 7s Gd Case containing remedies for general complaints, 13s 6d. ACCIDENT 0ASES,_ Particularly recommended...

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The Courier. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

Wb* ?&mw> WEDKBSDAT. JIA Y 29, UM. If th^'cosmopolitan Chinaujan of whom XJO&'flSNiTn tells us wero in a position to favour the public with his present ira I»r«rttidiia,- hV would' find.'a curious field for08geculafrion; in the state of affairs between high ecclesiastical dignitaries in *heO neighbouring colony. He would inform .his correspondents at Pekin or bankin, as the case might be, that two gce%t .Bowsbs iof tho barbarians were about to engage in tattle on the im- portant qnestiou which of them should fii-ef be admitted to perform the kow-tow, before the chief mandarin of the provinco, andrjtheir respective followers were about to arm1 for a desperate conflict, on the point ip to which of tba Bowses should ?utejr tte )i)andayin'a house by thc public staircase, »nd which by the priva're one. Sueh is tlie very reasonable interntretatiou which tin1 intelligent Asiatic would put upon; the storm in a teaoup just brewing between tho Anglican bishop and the Romish...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

Local Intelligence. " FtEMtvo <i n1""."-"" av.«MiwATJON or tue Suit.?Thc parties to this suit?which threatened to become as famous as tho teie hrated '? Jnrndyco v. Jarndyc'o"?havo at len«th amicably arranged matters, and thus avoided tho harassment and oxpenso attend- ant upon proceedings protracted for , a' term of-years. Mr. Fleming has, wo understand, consented ki reduce his claim hy £2500, ami hus agreed to pay all'his own expenses, both hore and in London on the appeal. Tliv sum ol'£15,000 has been paid by Mr. Tooth tn tho UKirtgagcci), the Bank i>f Australasia, Sydney, and Mr. Fleming, on his part, has sent thc formal Tiolioo of transfer to the office of the Chief Commissioner of Crown Lands. Electric Telegraph Office.?Wo have thankfully to acknowledge tho courtesy shown by Mr. Austin, tho head of tho de narlmont, in having tho offices both at Brisbane and Ipswich kept open till a late hour last night, that we might obtain for our readers the latest stale of tho...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

¦WANTED,", by .a Gentleman, BOARD and: - >< LODGING in a respectable house. Apply; l».V Letter to H. W., Cot'ukr,' . ,:,. '..;,.-... ... (' WA'NTBD, a BOY as A-PPRKNTJCJ3 to the' Painting, trade. Apply to G. 8HALLEHN, ,Elizubcth-strcet. «T.ANTED)" a respectable GIRL ns NURSE, TT ' to take charge' of a child two veers'old. Gond wages given. Apply at Mrs. BUXTON'S, Queen-street. ¦ ¦ . " \A: ANTED, an active, intelligent BOY, who * V can read and write .-:nffioiently well to make entries in a day-bnok. Apply to Mr. C. T.HUNDLK; -Commission A gent, North Brisbane. i.i \ ANTED to Pureli.ise, in Queensland, Ten :.t,"'"! ¦¦?? or Twelve Bloi-Iw of First-class SHEEP COUNTRY,- Unstacked. Address, with full i.articnlars, to J. P., Pus! Office, Rockhampton. 1U/ANTKD a GliNKKAI, HOUSE SER '»? VANT Only two in tinnily;. wages liberal to ii thoroughly competent person. Apply ot tlie Couiiier Ofliof, or to Airs. PUGH, Doonbah Cutt. go. f'pring- Hill. \\j ANTED on terms, fioni 500 to 1...

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QUEENSLAND AND DR. LANG. (To the Editor of the British Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

QUEENSLAND AND DR. LANG. (To the Editor of the British Standard.) Sin,?Agreeably to the intimation I had given in my, recent letters from Sydney, which you have done mc the favour to pub- lish in the British Standard, I have returned lo this great mother country of our southern colonies once more,- in the prosecution of various objects of great importance to their general welfare aud advancement, with tho nature and character of which you are not unacquainted. On all of my former voyages I had come home by Cape Horn; but on my recent voyage I availed myself of what is called tho overland mail route, by tho In- . dian Ocean, the Red Sea, and the Meditdr- ': ranean ; accomplishing the vast distance, including all stoppages, on the 56th day from Sydney. There are three uoblo screw ships employed on tho route -the Jeddo, from Sydney, by Melbourne and King George's Sound, to Point de Gaile, at tho southern extremity of the island of Ceylon ; Nemesis, from Point de Gaile, by Aden and tho ...

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ESSENCE OF PUBLIC OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

ESSENCE OF PUBLIC OPINfON. A select band of the Noodles resident in the neighbouring town of Ipswich have re- solved themselves into a committee nf Vigi- lance, for tho purpose of insuring the just, and proper representation of public opinion in all important public affairs that may here- after bc transacted iii that ancient borough. One of the principal points to which the committeo propose directing their attention and care, is the perfect satisfaction of tho people of Ipswich with all appointments by thc Gov'trnmt'iit. We understand that this committee has been long formed, but that thiiy have only lately commenced any active operations, and would havo delayed much longer, had they not been stung into acti- vity by the circumstances attending the re appointment of the Police Magistrate. They Wra naturally Tferj much mortified to see a number 'of J.£'s Usurping their functions, and. not only 'snatching from them a bright opening, 'which would'have inspired the towns-people with a ...

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