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HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

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Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 May 1861

THE COURIER IS NOW PUBLISHED     DAILY. ! Scbscbiption ran Quarteiv:? ',,,,' ,\ In. advance, 15s. Buring thc current quat ter no charge will le made to present Subscribers for the additional papers supplied. Steam to Sydney. THE TELEGRAPH from tho A. S. N. Co 's Ncr U Wliarf, T O-MORB O W (THURSDAY), at 12 o'clock (noon). ig^ Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. . "GEO. D. WEBB, >it>¦-''¦> ?? ¦'-¦?' ' , ' . ' ' ,Agent. Steam to tue Northern Poits. VHE CLARENCE,.from tlio A. S. N. Co'« new wharf, TO-MORROW, May 30. GEORGE D. WEBB, Agont. For London. niHE brig BESSIE, Al nt Lloyd's, JL COO tons burthen, Bonjuroin Davies, Commander, having a por- tion of her cargo engaged will meet with quick dispatoh. ,, . . -.. Wool ld per lb. ' j witL 5 percent. Tallow 70a per ton Y primage. Hides 50s per ton of 40 J rr,""%u Tor Freight or Passage, apply to V ::¦?¦ : WALTER GRAY & CO.,';!! ; . -,:. ; Ipswich ; 'or to ! J. & G. HARRIS, ?,..¦¦ 1 1 .,':, : &g...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IMMIGRATION AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

IMMIGRATION AGENTS. " It never rains but it pours." Tho British furmeron thelook ont for tho best field of colo- nial'labor .to which to transplant himsolf aud hiB family, and who may have hitherto -com plained.of the want of accurate and reliable information to guido him in his clio'cc'will now be almost as much e^'oav,.asse(V by the voluminousness z[ tn0 statistic8 that will be poured 'rt( nis reet) nmj tjje multiplicity of tne agents .who will.be candidates for the honour of booking him for their respective colonies. All the colonies follow- suit;as a matter of course, and imitate eaoh other's immigration-policy. After having passed through an anti-immigration stage at tho dictation of the unemployed, they are all now appointing, or will soon-appoint, official puffers, wbo.-e special business it will be to to catch the attention" aud enlist tho pat- ronage of intending emigrants- A most zealous canvassing lia To ""bcij;in among tho unsettled portion, of tho '.'British priblic^'an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. ra J?. Jail.... 2u Feb... 20 Mar... 20 Ap.... 20 May... 20 June., 20 Jul;., 20 Aug... 20 fcp.... 20 Oct... 20 Fob.... Mar.... Apr ... May ... June... July... AUK,... Supt.... Oct.... 21 , Mar. ... April... ' .May ... .luiiu... July ... i Aug. ... :-cpt..... (let. ... I Nov ... i Uno. ... I 1802. Jun...; I l?isb. .? ¦ HOMEWARD ItOUTH. i'-tf' Dee. 31 j Jan. lil 28 I Fub. 3 10 18 Jun. 31 Mar. 1 .Mar. 31 May 1 May 31 July 1 July 31 Aug. 31 Oct. 1 Oct. 31 Doc. 1 Feb. 18 28 Mar. 17, 28 April 10 28 May 17 28 Juno 10 28 July 17 28 Aug. 18 23 Supt. 18 2S Oct. 17 28 Nov, 10 28 Deo. 17 28 Mar. 0 13 Apr.'3 10 .May 4 ll Jun. 3 10 July i U ?ag. 3 10 Sept. 3 10 Oct. 4 ll Nov. 3 10 Dec. 4 ll Jan. 3 10

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GAYNDAH. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) GAYNDAH, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

?-"GAYNDAH. (FnOJt. A co'rt'llESPONDEST.) .?;;,' i (jAYNrjAII) May 20. IfEnpLp the curtain has risen, and, wo'see ?'again''our wise legislators sitting in conclave and discussing and enacting laws for tin1 welfare bf the community at large. " Wel- fare," that sacred and holy word, nu all meaning expression, combining so many different thoughts; and always finding an encore in an assembly, and readily cheered by a mob ; but what shall we say when our thoughts and mind wander to Brisbane, and hearing our legislators, what impression do we receive? Cnn wo think they have the 'welfare of tho colony at heart, when.at the same time they give expression to ideas so repugnant to every liberal minded man, and soillogical, that I almost blush in having been one of tho parties concerned- in return- ing ono of tho members ? Look at tho discussion on Mr. Watts' motion with reference to tho Courier; Do tho remarks made reflect credit on the different speakers? Cnn they, that august body, have the...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDNESDAY, 6 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

IPSWICH. VViiOiSiiOJJAlf, U A..U* TnE preparations on the race course have been nuulo on a very extensive and expen- sive scale ; so much so that tho ton publi cans who have booths there will have to average a hundred pounds rocuiptB before they can make any p.ofit, which neverthe- less they may do before the North Austra- lian meeting ;s over. The knowing Sydney mon have, of course, plenty of complaints to make about tho arrangements. One sore Btibjcet is a gate which wan made for the raeo horses expressly, and which 1 under- stood hist night the stewards refusu to allow lo bo opened. Another point is Unit, alter going to groat expense for a lirnt-rntc stabling paddock, it is di.-coverod al tlie last uioinuui ilmt it is placed in tho wrong posi- tion, ami so loi'th. All those things may be of vast impiirlance.to the owners of tsyduey horses, but they oan have no effect on tho enjoyment of tho many, nor will they very materially influence tho result of the race. At the Tattersall me...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

Weekl? «'t»l«»n«lt*r. Him Wats* ai Briwunk. Days; Thiimlay Friday ...., Saturday .... Sunday ..:. Monday .... Tuesday .... WcdiieAdny. Date. May.. 30 31 June. 1 2 3 4 5 Morii.l At'Hr. 3 38 4 24 5 15 6 0 6 45 7 20 8 12 4 0 4 S3 5 37 ti 22 7; 8 7 50 8 32 Sun. Rises.' Set*: 6.44 6 44 6 45 ti 45 ii 40 (i lo" ti 47 5 8 5 8 RESIDENTS IN TOWN aro cautioned against piircliflfin.g copks ol' this paper from the All}ls'.KBHS, wnee the hitter have ni; authority to sell, and anyone who buys fruin them is u,i» '. couwieusly abetting the boys in thievery. ?

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

Read what Other People say Ahout YT AliPER TWELVETREES' SOAP POWDER LL for cheap and easy washing, without rub bii jf the clothes. '? )Ve conless wo were surprised nt the result of tho process. Tho linen was bountifully white, and the washing; which formerly occupied twelve hours, iras over before breakfast."?From tho ' Alotlier's Magazine ' for February. " We gave your Sonp Powder a fair trial, and it fur t-xceciled our most sanguine expectations. Our washing, which used to talia two woiiiea a whole liny, is how over ensily in Ino morning, mid the saving of time, labor, nnd expense, is n-ton isliing- "?J. Dixo.v, Whitehaven.?Upwards of seven thousand testimonials havo been received from regular consumers Don't condemn the thing untried. . Purchase a single packet, and ho convinced 1 Patentee?HARPER TWliLVKTRBiiS. Wholesale agent for Australia, EdwWhd WiIitdy, 25, Flinders-lane East. Melbourne. For Sydney : IO. and W. Paul, 89, York-street. THE FEiIEN-D OF ALLI HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. NER...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAPITAL FOR PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

CAPITAL FOR PUBLIC WOKKS. ' It is impossible for. .us not to contrast the freedom willi which capital is furnished in England for speculative enterprises, with the ililliculty experienced in outiuiu^ capital out for'similar'" cn lei prises in these colonies; Recent English pupers tell us that hiilf-a dozen different schemes have lately found favour with the public for intersecting Lon- don with railways. Every railway is going to push its terminus further in towards tim heart of tho city, though every yard of such progress can only be achieved at an enormonti expense. These works msiy bc very expedi- ent, hut they aro certainly very costly, and as they are more or less mutually competi- tive, they are certaiuly rather risky and speculative investments. It is euough to make a colonist's mouth water to see how easily tho money is subscribed in Loudon for tlie.se Metropolitan works. If wo could only ul tract it out to devclono thu almost untouched resources of New South Withs ! Fi).- w...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OCEAN TELEGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

OCEAN TELEGRAPHS Vf mt the Great / Atlantic cable has been a "great failure, and has cost the subscribers, as far as we understand, £450,000; the mpUiids and cable are equally at the bottom '?of"tlie Atlantic. The next attempt was a jgreater, because amore costly failure. This -was the Red Sea and Indian affair. It was '.toiave brought the Nile and tho Indus al vinost within hail of each other, nlthough the i 'distance between them was little short of il70Q miles. For this adventure the Govern- ment has. given a guarantee of 4i per cen'?. ; ion a million sterling for half a century, tjr, In other terms, the nation is for that long time to pay an annuity of £45,000, 'without receiving the smallest considera','lon jn re- turn. It nevor conveyed a sir,g]0 rnessp'?e throughout, so that, as far r,s the na^onls concerned, the million 6o-^ereignp rajgj,t a9 well have been consigned to tho sea that, swallowed up :,Phn.vaoh, ^horses, his' chariots, and his >ioreer>-jei). in the debate ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ICNIAN ISLANDS.—PARLIAMENTARY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

¦jiT'H.E;, IONIAN ISL ANDS.?PARLIA -joili M^INTARY GOVERNMENT. TjlNo.i, and,; among many other, troubles,'has tb d'aal with three recalcitrant nationalities, ?'the Irish, tho Indian, and the Ionian. The Contact with, tho prst scorns to have been iforced ripon her by contiguity of situation, and theobvious danger of -leaving the ground Hie dui-not occupy hcr>lf to be seized by a Jiostile nnd aggress;,VQ power. - The Indian nationality Engird did not seek bf her own accord ; the tremendous question bf an East ern Empinj -vms forced upon us by the en terprise r£ »: few mercantile adventurers. j3.he;Io',iian Untionrility we took in hand in -comipliance with thc request of Europe at * At Congress of Vienna, arid, amid the min V)f so much of the labors of that assembly, this has proved durable and permanent. We.are almost inclined to wish it had been "'otherwise.; .It is' not pleasant,to admit.that ¦ 'sj possession qn-Avhich wo haye expendedso ^inubh. money, and which wo hold with so '...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. THURSDAY MAY 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

Whe C0tmn\ TBORSDAt MAT SO, 1801. Fhom tlie answers given on Wednesday J And Thursday in last week by the repre- sentatives of the government in both Hou»ea ta questions pat by Mr. Mac- alister and Mr. 'Yamwyn, it appears that the colony lins been extricated by I an Act of the Imperial Parliament from a position of serious difficulty and dagger. Wo then learned for the first t'mic that in the petition addressed by Mr. Justice Lutwyche to the Queen, praying that her Majesty would disallow tho Supremo Court Hill, he expressed au opinion that the acts of the Queensland parliameut were null and void. We should not have questioned his Honor's right to pronounce such an opinion, if I he conscientiously entertained it, becauso self-preservation is tho first law of j nature ; but we should have considered it a matter for grave regret if, by so ! doing, ho had justly exposed himself to the charitable sheers pf our Brisbane contemporary, or to the inferences which no one could (ail to draw fr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Slit,?Allow me to.remark in your valu- able journal, upon ari'inquiry which was holden at tho court-house, Gladstone, on tlho 10th instant,'.respecting''"our worthy Chief Constable's'private affairs. Tho particulars 'ar'e| that our chief, having goods consigned to him fnm Sydney, on ai ri val, of those goods there was a descrepancy. in;,thei'mnni fest, inasmuch as if purported to be the pro- perty of our chief's on the ono side; and that of a Chinaman*on tho other. Notwithstand- ing this.of course thc Chinaman received his property, it being, I nm given to understand, only consigned to tho chief for safety.' lt appears there wore; two justices ol' the peace in the custoiri-bbusb at, tho time,,friends,pf tho customs' oflicor, who requested ilia sub-collector to cause an inquiry tobe held, why the'cliicf should hayb, such-goods con- signed to him. In consequon,co,,.of?that verbal'request,"Ibo,"sub-collector caused an inquiry into die'chief's private affairs, con...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Champion Race. (FROM OUR SPECIAL, REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

The Champion Race, (i'ltOJI OUU Sl'KCIAl, KEPOHTEn.) The Queensland Champion Sweepstakes is at length over, and although our young colony bas .been unable to appro- priate tlie prize to itself, yet we do not think that, taking into consideration the fact that tho two best horses in New South Wales were engaged in this event, our local champion Van Tromp was by any means disgraced. As it is our in- tention in to-morrow's paper to give a full and particular account of this great race, and everything counected with it, we shall not trespass upon tho public to any-great extent iu the present article, but shall confine ourselves merely to the facts of the race so as to enable our Syd- ney friends to got some idea of how this event terminated. Nothing could be moro propitious to tho success of our great race than was the weather this morning; and such a crowd of people as were congregated on the course, has certaiuly never been seen in Queensland before. The most intense excitement was ex...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. TARANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

;JS!EW,1ZEALAt.D;, 'TARANAKI.1 From: New' Ply mouth papers'hy last'Wail, wo .make, .tho. fol lo whig misrellaneons ex- tract^, ^vhichwiiibc'rcad with considerable .interest'.:-^'!'/i...'.;'.,-; '!/!;!;.,' ,",;, ;,'.. ?¦.,:¦ :'¦ ¦:; ; I'," Tlie;'Taranaki';'Eefaid\ remarksi?Land the British government never guaranteed us ,rr-|law. they.' did ; nntLit ils, csseutiallynnd immutably rightthat.where two races are in relations so close and iniimato'ds the Maori and ourselves, tho moro civilised should nile tho barbaroiis. When Bishop' Selwyn, who iii politics is a perfect Tom Paine ih canoni- cals, contends that tho mere 'priority bf set- tlement here .gives rights to tho Maori tb divide tho fuic'.p'f tho island willi.the c'ultU vated ISurbpean, or leaves him, if this be not granted,, flie. droit sucre a'insurrection; ho will, not meet with sympathy at.home outi side thc harrow, circlo of Snlisbury-squaroi Tho war is now on grounds intelligible and unassailable in England; and fifteen mont...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY.—Before the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COTTRT. "Wednesoav.?Before tho Mayor. Harry Owous, an old oll'ondor, was con- victed of drunkcnoss, mid sentenced to pay a fmo of 10s. or to bo imprisoned for 21 hours. An Afbican Explorer. ¦?Considerable excitement has been created among our na- turalists and geographers by the startling discoveries recently made in Central Africn, by a gentleman now in London, Mr. Chayl lon, agentloman of mixed French and Ame- rican blood, who, availing himsolf of tho facilities givon by his position as son of a consular officer, near the Gaboon river, has penetrated across tho African continent on tho line of tho Equator, and has there dis- covered, in a densely wooded region, arango of lofty mountains, (one peak, calculated by him at 12,000 feet,) which contain, accord- ing to his couviction, the sources of tho four great rivers of tho African continent, thc Nile, tho Niger, thc Zambesi, and tho Zaire, or Congo. A reforenco to tho map will show you this region still a blank. Livin...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

SMpptaff lalelllBeace. TnCtesrSASTERK.?Milford Haven.?It has been 4«Ciritefci' settled that the Great Eastern steamer rtiaH'he taken off the gridiron ntNayhind on Tues *wy,ttie "26th of the present month (March); and tbe-renroved to the "Man-of-war's Road," just be- low Pembroke Royal Dockyard, nnd moored at the ¦pot she occupied on her arrival from America. Captain Carnegie and other directors nro on board »t present, from whom tho above arrangements Ihsve emanated. A further attraction occurs at ithe »amo period?the Defiance, 99-gun steam screw ' "!HmM>f-battle ship, will be launched from the nilju ¦cent royal dock-yard on the 27th. These occur- rences create considerable excitement throughout the country generally. Tho "Man-of-war's Road" '?;' »bovementi)ned ila safe anchorage locality, a short distance below the dockyard, where men of war haring their powder on bonrd come to nnd are nn ?'¦' chored, being the nearest approach, under such cir- cumstances they are allowed to mak...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commerical Inteillgence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

Commerctnl InfteillgeKee. 3Jy tho last twp mails from-'England.mercan 1J':.t|lo mon in thc colony Lave received printed : : .islips, issued frohv tho undoi-writers at Lloyd's soi Tooms; giving ah account of an attempt to "''''pro/euro from tho underwriters' a sum of money hy rendering fictitious accounts of goods soiil in: Sydney. We have dulayod .untieing tho matter, in tho expectation that tho parties referred to would liavo offered some explanation; but, ns they Lave not ?.v" jdono.^0, wo give thesubstanco of thc under- writers' statements. As thu charge is at pre- sent expnric wo suppress tho names:?" In thc lattor part of tho year 1850 a consign- ment was sent hy a Loudon firm to their cor ....lospondonts in Sydney. lu tlic courno of tho 1 "year 18(50 a claim was mndc on thc under- writers for sea damage to a portion of this ?consignment. Tho extent of tho damage was ¦nl leged to bo from 20 to CO por cent, on tho ''sound value of tho damaged portion. The claim was supported hy ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Letters to the Editor. THE NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR THE NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. Sir,—Your remarks preceding Mr. Watts' ridiculous conduct upon this question in the Assembly, and your manly vindication of them afterwards, can have left no room-to doubt in thc minds of all dispassionate per- sons, that again the Government have set about stifling an honest, inquiry into the mis-doings of this disgraceful force, and ab- solutely " packed" a committee of the house to effect ''their object. Before your leader was seen in this quarter, all to whom I     spoke about the creation of that committee, agreed that once more a wicked farce was to be perpetrated in the name of her Majes- ty's,—Ministers, again a piece of jobbery was to be carried on—for the sake of pleas- ing government supporters in the house, and of hiding the intentional past blindness of Sir George Bowen. Shame! Shame! upon them all. The grossest acts committed by the degenerate New South Wales Minis- try were free from the degr...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

THE COUEIER IS NOW PUBLTSMED DAILY. 'Subscription per Quarter :?> In advance,, J5s. , During the curra,a quarter no charge will le made io pre^e»i Subscribers for the ¦ additional papers tsupplied. Stepja to Sydney. THE TELEGRAPH from tho A. S. N. Co's Ner ' Wharf, THIS DAY, nt. 12 o'clock (noon). ; ;^r Steerage I£ares Reduced to £3. /'. - ¦ GEO. D. WEBB, '.'.-¦, ''?¦'¦?.¦ "Agent ' ; j Steam to the Northern Ports. . ^/J'HE CLARENCE, from the "J A. S. N. Co.'s new wharf, p THIS DAY, May 30. » georgi; d., webb, Agent. JFor London. TpKG brig BESSIE. Al at Lloyd's, JL 600 tons burthen,. Benjamin Davit's, Commander, having a por- tion of her cargo engaged will meet Tvith quick dispatch. Wool Id p*r lb. I wUll 5 ppr centi ,.; Tallow 70s per ton V prim'age., ;. Hides 50s per ton of 40 J >¦ ¦¦*?¦? (? ?; For Freight or P.as«nge, apply to :^2«S; WALTER GRAY & CO., ^T^* . - Ipswich; or lo "ptxKs&f-q j. &¦ fl. HARRIS, .¦¦ggg) Brisbane. '., , Gth Mav. 1861. w £100 S...

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