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Ay UNKIND CUT. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 April 1864
AN UNKIND CUT. [COMMUNICATED.] INGRATITUDE is an offence of which few men care to plead guilty, but of which many are guilty, nevertheless. The keen blast of the chilling wintry wind is "not more unkind," and &nbsp; one can always pity those who have to shudder &nbsp; &nbsp; under its touch. Will Mr. Herbert accept our sympathy ? He has been shamefulhy ill-used, &nbsp; and if we chose to indulge in metaphor, we might say that he had been "nourishing a viper in his bosom" It is well that the session is so &nbsp; near, for he will soon be able to seek for sym- &nbsp; pathy in the compassionate bosom of a Taylor, or fly for refuge to the brawny arms of the vali- ant swordsman who misrepresents Warwick. Probably, however, the "beautiful head" has not &nbsp; &nbsp; felt the blow, or it may be that the owner thereof has withered the whilom sycophant with one of those felicitously-feline glances which &nbsp; occasional...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDETS.) SYDNEY. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 April 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. &nbsp; (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. April 23. THE Herald states that France has abandoned &nbsp; &nbsp; the idea of making New Caledonia a penal set- telment. &nbsp; The markets are dull. &nbsp; The Yarra Yarra has arrived from Brisbane. MELBOURNE The Twenty-two in the march against the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; All England Eleven scored 150. The Mel- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bourne Club have engaged Caffyn profes- sionally. ADELAIDE. The persons composing the Northern Expe- &nbsp; &nbsp; dition party have sailed. Mr. Stewart, the Northern explorer, has left for England. &nbsp; Parliament will meet on May 27. &nbsp; On Saturday afternoon, about four o'clock, a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; heavy thunderstorm, which had been threaten- ing for some time previously, broke over the town, and was accompanied by vivid lightning. ...
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 April 1864
SHIPPING. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. April 23.-Collaroy, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain Cottier, from Rockhampton, the 21st in- stant. Passengers: Messrs. J. G. Jones, G. R. Fyfe, W.Brown, A. Blundell, J. Sutherland, C. H. Beck, C. H. Webb, McKinnon, J. Hunter, W. K. Wright, Nicholas, F. N. Burnedefoy, his Hon. Justice Lutwyche, and about 30 in the steerage. H. O'Reilly, agent. April 23.-Elizabeth, schooner, 100 tons, Captain Hughes, from Maryborough. AV. Pet- tigrew, agent. April 21.-Telegraph, steamer. 700 tons, Cap- tain Audley Coote, from Sydney the 21st instant. Passengers-Mrs. Prior, family and servant, Mrs. Hitchins and servant, Miss Law- rence, Miss Kay, Miss Quinn, Mrs. Macnish, Mrs. Cass, Miss Lutton, Messrs. Henderson, Forbes, Thompson, Pettigrew, Walker, Grant, Quinn, Black, Cracknell, Hutchison, Forrest, Captain Vignolles, and 50 in the steerage. H. O'Reilly, agent. IMPORTS. Collaroy, from Rockhampton : 7 packages, Tully ; 1 case, Berkley ; 1 case, Hill ; 1 case, Collector ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 April 1864
FOR IPSWICH. THE Steamer SETTLER will leave Rail's "Wharf on TUES- DAY (To-Morrow), the 26th instant, nt 12 noon,' for the above place. 0 P. W. JACKSON, . 3019_Master. "QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION H COMPANY. mHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS _. J. LAND, will lcavo for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, To-morrow* (TUESDAY), April 26, ut 10 p.m. 3512 AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEiM TO SYDNEY.-Tho TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, April 20, at 10-30 a.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - Tho CLARENCE, ERIDAY, April29, at 1030 D.m. No advance in rales. TO MARYBOROUGH. - The YARRA YARRA, 48 hours after arrival. TO IPSWICH Tho IPSWICH, This Day (MONDAY), April 25, at 11 a.m. The BRISBANE, TUESDAY, April 2G, al 11 a.m. Tee IPSWICH, "WEDNESDAY, April 27, at 12-30 p.m. The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, April 2S, at 12-30 p.m. The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, April 29, at 1-30 p.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, April 30, at 5 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ...
OPENING OF TUB NEw CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GOODNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 April 1864
OPENING OF THE NEW CONGREGA- TIONAL CHURCH, GOODNA. THIS new and very pretty place of worship, &nbsp; which is situate on the top of the hill just beyond the creek at Goodna, and about a mile &nbsp; from Redbank, near Woogaroo, was opened for public worship on Sunday last. Two sermons were preached by Mr. Draper, who has &nbsp; ministered to the people for the year previously, that in the morning from Zachariah vi., 13– "He shall build the temple of the Lord, and he &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; shall bear the glory ;" and in the afternoon from Jeremiah vi., 16,–"Thus saith the Lord, &nbsp; stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the &nbsp; old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls." The attendance on both occasions was very encouraging, the seats being all occupied. On Thursday the opening services were con- tinued by a tea and public meeting, which was held in the same place. ...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. (From the Correspondent of the S. M. Herald.) Auckland, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. (From tho Correspondent of the S. iii. Herald.) Auckland, April 7. I am happy lo say that (hero is somo really important news to send you by tho present mail. Maungatautari is in our banils, und Iho natives havo made oil', probably deserting tho plains altogether-for the present at least. In itself, this evaouatiou of Maungatautari may bo looked upon us a misfortune, although it is in somo re- spects n success. General Cameron was espe- cially anxious to strike a blow beforo tho end of Hie campaign, which might combine with short provisions during the whiter to bring Iho natives to a better mind. This, tho ovticuntiou lins hindered, and the provoking part of the thing is, that it is wholly allributablo lo our own doing, or, rather to tho misconduct of a single officer. , AVhen General Cameron advanced upon Maungatauturi, ho was forced to lcavo a consi- derable body of men in garrison along his lino ol' march. The last of these garrisoned posts was that at ICi...
ARE CONVICTS THE NEPLUS ULTRA? [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
ARE CONVICTS TUE NE PLUS ULTRA! The nmioxod extract taken from the West Australian Times of March 24, shows the im- portance attached to the continuation of trans- portation by-ti section of the-people, in the western colony. Tho colony owes a debt of graf iludo to Mr. Ross D. Mangles, for his able championship of our interests in tho Timen of 29th December last. Taking for his text the letter of Mr. G. AV. Leake, Crown Solicitor, (published in the Inquirer in October) he proves the hollowness of the selfish clamour raised by tho eastern colo- nies against h-ansportnlion lo this province ; mid he concludes with some remarks that pecu- liarly affect our condition at this moment, ami cannot be too often brought forward. Tim AA'esl Australians, ho snys, " consented lo re- ceive convicts, submitting to the evils ol' such inmates for the sake of a continuous supply of labor. But now thal Hie virus is inextricably in their blood (und the stronger tho view of the justice of the fears of Hi...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
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MR. LILLEY BEFORE HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
Ml!. LILLET UEFOItE JUS COXSTL TUESTS. . A scumder of electors of l'ortitudo A'alley fissoiubleil, last evening, m Jteiil's Jioyul uonsorc Hotel, at Hie invitation of the representalivo of Iho district, whose extra parliamentary utter- ances during the recess seem to bo regarded by his constituents as prescriptive. Mr. George Edmondstone, M.P., was called to the chair. Mr. LiUjTïv was very cordially received. ITo said that he had appeared before (hem so ofton, and ho recognised so many familiar faces around him, that.ho felt almost like an old friend amongst thom. Doubtless they lind thought that ho was not going to keep his promiso made to thom long ago, lo givo, at the end of overy session, what was called "an account of his stewardship." If ho wero to go into all tho details of the last session ho should give them a six-limes snug song j for other members had been been beforo tho country, and thoy liad also become acquainted with the proceedings ol' parliament through tho medium ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart : Brushware, Butter, Drapery, Cheese. MESSRS. FRASER & BUCKLAND, at 12 o'clock, at No. 1, Jewell's Buildings : Oats, Maize. MR. W. IH. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tattersall's Horse Bazaar : Horses.
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. MONDAY, APRIL 25. BRISBANE. – Barometer (corrected) 29.893 ; thermometer (shade) 6O.8 ; ditto (dry bulb) 60.5 ; ditto (wet bulb) 53.8 ; force of wind, 2 ; cloud 0. (Per Electric Telegraph.) SYDNEY. – Barometer (corrected), 29.817 ; thermometer (shade), 61.5 ; ditto (dry bulb), 59-0 ; ditto (wet bulb), 53.4; force of wind, 1 ; cloud, 9. WIND AND WEATHER. Brisbane, S. by W., fine, cool, and clear ; Lytton, W., and fine ; Ipswich, W., and fine ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, S.E., and fine ; Drayton, S.E., and fine ; Warwick, calm and fine ; Dalby, S., and fine ; Sydney, W.N.W., and cloudy.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 25. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS. – James Carney was fined 5s. for drunkenness. John Smith, James Wilson, and James Gafney, were each fined 10s. for a similar offence. Margaret Manton, Catherine Collins, Sarah Jones, all of whom were old offenders, were each fined 20s., with the alterna- tive of forty-eight hours in the cells. &nbsp; OBSCENITY. – Thomas Leo was fined 20s. for having made use of obscene language. INSULTING LANGUAGE. – Heal v. O Neil. Plaintiff, who is landlord of the Prince Consort Hotel, Fortitude Valley, charged defendant, who is landlord of the Foresters Arms, with having used insulting language towards him. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was lined £2, and costs. WAGES. – George Wray, (late a farmer at Boggo), was summoned by three Germans, late in his employ, named Hungen Reeawn, Ole Reeawn, and Ole Beyter, for wages. Defendant stated that he owed the money ; but he had been washed out by the flood, and his ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
Auction Sales. THIS DAY. Tnttcrsall's Horso Bazaar. DRAUGHT HORSES. WH. 3£ENT has received instructions . fiom T. Lawless, Esq., to sell by mic- tion, on TUESDAY, April 26, nt 11 o clock, 13 superior draught horses, just landed per Into steamers. Terms at sale. _3053 THIS DAY. Tattersall's Horse Bazaar. OVERLAND HORSES. WH. KENT has been favored with in . structions from M. Hughes, Esq., of Maitland, N.S.AA*., to otl'or by auction, on TUESDAY", April 26, at 11 o'clock, 30 head of superior draught and saddlo horses. The above are the pick of a mob of 200 horses just arrived from Now South AA'alcs. Tenus nt sale. 3931 ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION to be held by MARTIN & DICKSON, al the City Auction Mart, during the current week, commencing each dav at 11 o'clock : TUESDAY Bntsliwaro Butter Drapery. ' WEDNESDAY Iron Bedsteads Furnituro THURSDAY (As per advertisements.) SATURDAY Maizo Butter Furniture Sundries And at 2 p.m., LAND : 'Hie New Orleans Estate, on the Ipswich Road The...
SUCCESSFUL IMPORTATION OF SALMON OVA. (From the Melbourne Argus, April 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
SUCCESSFUL IMPORTATION OF SALMON OVA. (Erom (ho Melbourne Argus, April IS.) The patriotic efforts of Mr. James Youl and of his indufatigablo fellow-laborers, both at home nndjn theso colonies, have at length been crowned with ti signal victory. The salmon ova havo reached Australia in perfect health and full ol'h fe. The experiment lina been even, moro successful than the most sanguine of us could have expected. The first ol' the boxes oponed by Mr. Rmnsboltom on the arrival of the Nor- folk tit hot* anchorage, disclosed the interesting fact that at least eighty per cent, of Iho ova re- mained unaffected by their long voyage, and were hi sound condition. Dragged forth from their temporary nursery in the Norfolk's hold, and disencumbered ol' their unwonted surround- ings, the ova, to tho eager eyes which first looked on thom, seemed as healthy as though thoy had just left their ancestral beds in tho Esk or the Hodder. Tho first glunco of tho export in piscieiilturo who has been tho c...
COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE COURIER Offfice, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE COURIER Office, Monday Evening. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BSINESS has been very quiet to-day, and the auction sales, generally speaking, were devoid of interest. Messrs. Fraser and Buckland held a sale of the stock of ironmongery, damaged by- the late fire, on the late premises of Mr. John Markwell, at which the attendance was good ; fair prices were obtained. The following return shows the amount of customs' revenue collected at Port Denison, during the month of March last :— Brandy, 140 gallons ... ... £70 0 0 Liqueurs, Cordials, or Stroug Waters, 10 gallons ... ... 5 6 11 Rum, 107 gallons... ... 37 9 0 Wine, 270 gallons ... ... 27 1 9 Ale, Porter, and Beer (in wood), 196 gallons ... ... ... 0 16 4 Ale, Porter, and Beer (in bottles), 92 gallons ... ... ... 0 15 4 Tobacco, 311 lbs... ... 31 2 0 Tea, 2584 lbs. ... ... ... 32 6 0 Sugar,unrefined,173cwt.2qrs.6lb. 0 0 0 Pilotage. ... ... ... 9 12 4 Ren...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. } (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY. &nbsp; April 25. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE steamer Clarence has left for Brisbane. The Yarra Yarra will leave to-morrow, and the City of Brisbane on Friday. The cricketers who are selected to play against Queensland have commenced to practice. &nbsp; The Kembla, which went aground in the Shoalhaven river, has been got off, and has re- turned to this port. The Homebush Inn was stuck up yesterday. MELBOURNE. The English Eleven in their first innings made 131 runs. Seventeen wickets of the Victo- &nbsp; rians in their second innings were put down for a score of 83. MR. W. M. BOYCE read a paper on Coal Formations before the Philosophical Society yesterday evening. After introducing the scien- tific portion of his subject by references to the best authoritie...
DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. April, Sun &nbsp; 1864. j Ilia«! | Krh Illull Wotcrun Ilir. Morn. I After. 28 | Tuesday. 1 0 27 1 6 28 12 21 1 12 4S Moon.-Last Quarter, April 29th, 2h. 46m. p.m. The following paragraph taken from Le Nord newspaper, has been recommended for conside- ration to the New South Wales government :- "The Finance Minister of Holland has sub- mitted a bill to the State-General for the entire removal of the stainp-tax on Dutch and foreign newspapers, reviews, &c. He has prepared the bill because he considers the press the most effi- encious instrument for the progress of civilisa- tion and the development of nations, and for diffusing political and social knowledge, without which a free nation can only imperfectly exercise rights."
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1864. ANOTHER session of the Queensland Par- liament will be commenced this day. A vice-regal speech will be made, and the constitutional advisers of the spokesman will be placed upon their trial. The pro- spect before them is not of a cheery nature. Acts, committed by them since the day on which the doors of the legislative chambers were closed for a long recess, will be com- mented upon by those who have carefully observed them during the interval, and the associations connected with the long vaca- tion given by the Government to them- selves, will, we believe, be embittered by the reception they will experience on meet- ing those whose right it is to criticise their conduct. The charges which will be brought against them will be principally those of commission. The policy which has been pursued by what, on a recent occa- sion, was termed, and perhaps justly so, the " MACALISTER'' ministry will call forth a debate, the result of whi...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. APRIL 26.-Vernon, barque, 891 tons, cap- tain Goldsmid, from Plymouth December 13, 1863, with immigrants. A. and G. Harris, agents. &nbsp; IPSWICH STEAMERS. - This morning the Bremer will start from Harris' wharf at 9 o'clock; the Brisbane, from the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf ot 11 o'clock ; and the Settler, from Raff's wharf at 12 o'clock noon. Tho schooner Alma was to have sailed from Launceston for Brisbane on the15th April, &nbsp; with a cargo of flour, bran, hay, and potatoes. The schooner Hirondelle has been laid on for Brisbane at Adelaide. The barque Lady Lyttleton is to leave New- castle for Brisbane about the end of this week. The Bremer, steamer, brought down 43 bales of wool on Saturday from Ipswich. They were transferred to the Exchange lighter, and con- veyed to the bay for shipment by the Flyiug Cloud yesterday. A large barque, beating across the bay, was sighted from Lytton nt 11.50 a.m. yesterday ; but owing to the prevalence of a westerly...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 April 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. April 21.-Agnes Irving and Urara, steamers, from Grafton ; unter, s., from the Clyde ; Alexandra, s.s., from Melbourne. DEPARTURES. April 23.-Mary Nicholson, for Lombock ; Vistula, schooner, Sanchays, s.s., for Auckland ; Goldseeker, schooner, for Wilhinga ; Active and Lady Emma, for Newcastle ; Don Juan, schooner, for Wagers Island. &nbsp; April 21.-Vixen, schooner, for Brisbane ; Chance, schooner, for the S. S. Islands ; Britons Queen, schooner, for Hobart Town. April 25.-Novelty, barque, for Auckland.