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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 May 1861

Ty" ANTED,-,by "a Gentleman, BOARD arid 'Vt.,' LODGING ina'res'pecutle boute.,.Apply Kv Letter lp H W. Coi her. ¦'' \\7 A.NTKD, a BOY as APi'KKNTlCE to the >V fainting trade. Apply lo 0. SHALLEHN, E izaheth-street. «/¦ ANTED, a respectable GIRL as NUBSE, »T to tnko chargo of a child two venrs o'd. ,Go"d wajres given. Apply nt Mrs. BUXTON'S, Queen-street. , Vt/'ANTRD, mi fictive, intelligent BOY, who * * can read nnd write tmflloiently well to make entries in iv dny-bnok. Apply to Mr. C. T KUNDLE, Commission Agent, North Brisbane. ti ANTED to Purchase in Queenslond, Ten >* or Twelve Bio-ks of First-clnss SHEEP COUNTRY, Unntooki'd. Address, with full particulars, to J. P., Tost Office, Rockhampton. mENDERS WANTED fur the erection of n I, BUSH IIOUSR. Apply to WALTER COOK, Co-operative Store. f"P tins should moot i ho eye of RICHARD _J_ TI LSLKY, (formerly drayman of Sydney,) ho .will hear ot n moneyed letttei- by applying to JAJUCS TUNKS. Ross-street, Parramatta. A.NDRl'W 1'LLIS...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE POPE'S ALLOCUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

THE POPE'S ALLOCUTION. Although it is reported from Rome that the Pope's allocution in the Consistory of March 18, was, (with unprecedented despatch) printed and distributed to the cardinals on the same evening, the text is not 'yet known in Paris. Thc following is, however, a full analysis :? " His Holiness begins by declaring that a conflict is going on between error- and truth ?between light and darkness ? between vice and virtue. He places in juxtn-poaitiuu those who extol and defend the principles of the Catholic religion. The first would make the papacy bend to what is called modern progress and liberalism, while the others, on the contrary, desire to see it remain firm, preserving intact the principles of eternal justice and religion, as the only remedy for tho many evils which now afflict society?its only salvation. His Holiness would have confidence in the partisans of modern civili- sation if their acts were based upon justice and tho true principles of right and luor»',',...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

CENTRAL-POLICE COURT; Thursday.?Before Mr. 'R.Oribb.^Xohn Curter and'^James 'Barnett' were each .fined fi1', for <li'uukenne8s,;,with',thfl,:'a!teriia'tiVq twenty-four hours' imprisonment, .7r,Ym, ;,[ Thig^as '^he only ('business, ibefqro the

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

Weekly Calendar. ttsaWiiBa Ai Bsissim. Date. May." 31 | June. 1 2 3 4 5 C Morn. 4 24 5 15 C 0 C 45 7 20 8 12 8 50 After. 4 52 5 37 C 22 7 8 7 50 8 32 9 20 6 44 G 45 0 45 0 40 6 40 6 47 6 47

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME AND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

HOMELAND AUSTRALIAN MAILS. ¦ Jiu.:.:' *?<*_. Star... Ap .... May... .lime;. Jolt,. Aug... r«p.... Oct.-, i 3 3 , : tri- <¦ Kel).:.. 4 10 .Mar.... 7 ,13 Apr... 4 10; May ... u ' ll' June... fi ll Juiy... &? I' .Auk.... -1 IC Scpt.,..,4 IQ i!8 j:0ct.'..'.'. h¦' U ,p8 Soy ... 4. W ai ', Mar.... .24 j April...,; July...' Aug.... ^cilt ... ? Ccl. Nov ... Deo. ... ' .' 1862; Jun. ... 1 Feb.... ? M2:.18j 32 .10 [ 10 .14 10 '-14 ¦Mi.''15: .'10 .,1,4. ria-i io 14 | 10 14 10 14 I HOSIBWAllU houtb. ..>;i ,f -J £ ¦'! 7 l!g:./« Deo. 22 20 '1801. Jan. .23 20 yob.' -20 24 J! ur. 22 20 Apr. 22 20 May 22 : 20 Juno' 22 20 July 22 26. Aug. 22 .28 ; Sept. 22' 20 Oct. 22' ''?«'? Jfov. 22 20] M'. i' Dec. 31 | Jan. lo 28 | Fob. S Jan. 81 Mar. ¦'?!' Mur. SI Jlny I May 31 July 1 July .31 Aug. SI. Oct., "1* Oof. 81 Dec. 1:, Feb. 10 28 '?Mn'r.:'J7! 28 April 10 28 May 17 23 June 10 28 July 17 28 Aug. Ill ,-2S Sept. 10 28 Oct. .17- 28 Nov! 10 23 Dec, 17v28j Mar. 0 Apr. 3 May 4 ,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

I ?.;??:¦ TO THEPUBIilO. "¦.!?' .-< "; NOTICE. APUBLIfl CONVKYANCE will commence _RUNNING THIS MORNING, between tho Sovereign Hotel, North Brisbane, and tho Forrester's Arms, Fortitude Valley, leaving Bris bano every hour, from 8.SO a.m. to 7 30 p.m., and Fortitude Valley every hour, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Faros each way for through and intermediate dihtunces, SIXPENCE. Purees will be conveyed on tho most reason- able terms from Rri>bann to Alderman Warren's of the Vti!l<-y, (who has kindly consented to tuko charge of the snmo till callid for,) mid parcels from tho Valley will be delivered at convenient places in town, and left at the Freemason;.' Hotel till called for. A vehicle for family parlies or pic-nies, always on hire nt the Freema-ons' Hotel. THE FRIEND OF ALL! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. NERVOUS DISORDERS. WHAT is more fearful than a breaking down of the nervous system? To be excitable or nervous in' a small degreo is most distressing, for where can a remedy ...

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Select Poetry. THE GRAVEYARD AT WEST POINT, U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

Select £Poejry. THE GRAVEYARD. AT,WEST. POINT,. U.S. ¦ By Wihmh' Atiis Butler. Osthlssweet Rihbutli morning, let ns wander PiVra;'tTielbiia innsieand tia1 g'ij'piira'le, , Where vlfiips tho grnveynrd.' in its silence yonder, Deep in.the nimiiituiii shinto. "'' ' There,'side by side, tho dark preen cedars clustery Like sentries, witching hy Mint camp of Death; Tbarolik'e an army's tents, ,'vith sno\i-.whito lustre,-, Ta.eigrevastbiios ¦¦gloats teaeath. ? But.'aS'wi) go; iio'pbstc-d gii'.ird or picket/ Stay our approach across thc level grass, . Nor hostile.challenge at the simple wicket Through which our footsteps pass. Sweetspot; by Nature's primal consecration, ? 'f Sacred, to.peiice.nnd thought and calm repose, Well in thy breast that elder generation Their place of burial clioae.. And ;weJ1,c'io-day, when e'er tile sad procession '. Moves o'er tlie plain with slow and measured tread, Wltliinithy silent andsecure possession The living leave the dead.- i " :?¦:'' Few aro the graves...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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THE FAMINE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

THE FAMINE IN INDIA, A oojfBEsPONDENT at Agra writes ns follows to the Jjondon Herald of March 18th, with reference to tho terrible sufferings of tho natives from famine:? A continuance of drought for a whole year, in a very thickly^populalod country, almost wholly agricultural, must always be very fatal. There is no doubt that the at- mospheric causes to which this is owing arc connected in some way with tho sucocssivo wet of which you havo complained in Eng- land. You have had all the rain, and we have had nono or next to none. In order to explain how this affects us here, I must Grst premise that there are in this part, as 1 believe in all other parts of Iudin, two harvests in the year. Tho warmth of the climate quickly brings tho crops to maturity, and the soil is so productive that active tillage with no careful manuring, brings out its hidden treasures in profusion, enough, to support a popfllatioa of. 420 lo ¦ thesquare/mile, taking the" average.overari area equal tb that of ...

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THE NEW UPPER HOUSE! [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

5;{JTHE;NfiW UPPER HOUSE! WEchave lately been so busy with tho Exe ' cutive Council, over which we have good : naturedly consented to preside in thc occa- sional absence of a distinguished personage, ' that we have allowed the universe to fall Bomewhatinto" arrear in the matter of ex- clusive intelligence' We have been bored, too, with repeated invitations to dine at the, Ausffallan,Club?hot that we dislike the dinners, though:-the festal hall is somewhat shabby, and the chandeliers smack wofully of scenes in the circus ; but tho precautions nojv.taken against .intrusion cause the soup to get cqld. before iMacleay has done search- ing?under- -the-chairs and tables. Last night.howcver, .we; shook off all these en ¦gagetn'ents, and resolved to make tho grand tour of those.thumerous ¦ individuals who, having; been -lately discharged from'Mac -. quarie-street, have since been negotiating with'us for re-appointment. -Ilnrton was waiting for us on our arrival. He has accepted office as'Us...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. FRIDAY MAY 31, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

.FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1861. The Champion Race. ?;? :¦¦¦' -. - ?' - ..?J. ;U (.? , ',.¦ ¦ , -.¦ . -Patron: '';;:'. '¦ ?'¦¦?¦' iHis Excellency Sir G:F. Bowen; G.CiM.G. "".?" >¦?"¦-?.'"'Stewards: '''" :: " ' T. De Lacy Moffatt, Esq., M.L.AV., ? J.'Panton, Esq., J.P. ,/'V . .,,'¦ Hon. F." E. Bigge, M.L.C. ;.:v,: ---^aa. ' -A. Wienholt, Esq., J.P. ,-:; . . . , : ,v ; ' Hon. J. Laidley, M.L.C. a ,-i:\-<.<;a\ \ ¦i'> .::,?¦¦.-. .,... Judcik: -. '¦ ;¦¦;.-., A .-'. '¦' Hon. W. H. Yaldwyn, M.L.C <? i ,...' '-(FROM OUR BPECIA'Tj-nKPOttTEB;)'¦'-¦?.. .The First Queensland Champion Sweep- stakes bas now become a matter of history, and has ended in the triumph of the older colony. This is nothing more than every- one expected, and therefore, although there were some few believers in the powers of , our Queensland horses, yet on the whole the : generality of the public both here and in the other colonies are not disappointed at the result, :.' There.has been already...

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INTERNAL COMMUNICATION. (Abridged from the Western Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

INTERNAL' COMMUN'IO ATTONl'rA' (_Abriii:ik.fr'6m (lie''-Wjittni PiSt.f :A.public meeting was ..hold,,in tho. Town 'Ball'/'bri^Wcdricsdayeveh^ bf considering Jhp, best^nie^n^.q^pbt.aining^ trarii wHy^'bctwoeh'lludgW^ ..liriofi, to,.Mus.wpllbropk. ? "..His /.worship I .tile "Mayor having read thc advertisomeut vo .qu'estingibjni.'to.calkthe meriting; ontered'al some loiigth upon the state of tho roads, tho ? naturepf,tho stone used-'in''their'repair, ffrid the delny and vexation occasioned".tb. people in business thrbugfr'ttio want bf ai:bcttpr arid surer mode of transit- .He, was not jawaro ,what'Varrarigbm6rits1'h'aUM'beo'ri' made;''bill wouldi npw. coll upon ..those, gen tiempn [ who .^wished'tb address thc'niQe.li'rig.^'" I .?//;;: .,! Alderman,Hughsori.saidJhe resolution iho 'was about to. move had,; heen;, placed('rathe'r ..unexpectedly in his hands, he was>therefore not propaved. to occupy, much of; their*timbT, in fact he .would not have attempted to have taken a part in th...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

Local Intelligence. AYiTOTiuwiii'; op. Zoe from the Tubf.?-V Wc were "yesterday informed by the owner of Zoo that ho'intends'"to withdraw her from tho turf forthwith, and keep her as a brood mare?tho Champion Race on Wednesday ,being her last. 'Parties who are making up their books for next week's races?tho North Australian meeting?had better bear this fact in mind, as Zoe has been entered for some of thc principal prizes, and her admirers will bo compelled to seek some'"other favorite. It is rumored, mid wc believe with some amount of truth,, that. Mr. Tait has already disposed of Zoo's first foul at thc good price' of £400. Tue Brisbane Hosmtai..?During tho cur- ? I'ont'week several - benevolent ladies and gen tlcmoiv have presented thc institution with liberal donation's of linen, lianne!, cast oft' clothing, &c, all of which; during tho present season, arc likely to provo extremely valua- ble'!^ carrying out the main objocts'coiiterri- . .platetVby tho subscribers and di...

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SUPREME COURT.-(YESTERDAY.) INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

SUPREME COURT. -(Yesterday.) INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. BEFORE His Honor the Judge, as Chief Commissioner.         In re R. E. G. JOHNSTON - Ad- jonrned single meeting. Robert Cribb   proved for £31, upon two promissorynotes. The insolvent applied to His Honor to be allowed to retain his furniture. Mr.R. Cribb opposed, upon the ground that the furniture and £7 was all the available assets   in the estate, whilst the liabilities amounted to about £1400. His Honor stated that he   could, not, under, the circumstances, allow the insolvent to retain his furniture. The insolvent, on being sworn, stated that the schedule produced was correct. Did not tell Mr. Cribb that he expected money from England. Did not tell Mr. Cribb that he had sent home, a power of attorney, wit- nessed by Captain Wickham, to receive any money. A power of attorney was sent out to him for signature to receive dividends in the ...

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THE STORM IN THE CHURCH. (From the Saturday Review, March 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

THE STORM IN THE CHURCH. (Fi'om the Saturday itevkio, March 21.) Tt is like the attempt to make oneself heard amidst the roaring of a tempest to uplift the feeble voice of reason amidst the storm that is raging about AEssays and Reviews. ¦¦¦ Ono thing is clear?that tho clergy of the Church; pf England require, generally speaking, to; :bo much moro thoroughly educated, arid1 plaoed much more on a lovel with the pro-, | gross of theological discussion and opinion in an active-minded ago. Nothing but deep ignorance of what has been going on for the last half-century, could,have mado it,pos'si-1 ble for such a book as tin's lb ,hay'a:.spread 'such confusion as this,through the ocolesias-: cal world. Iii abilityand/importance,Essay} and ,AReview3,Ss.a\>o\\l pqual to an ordinary number.of the National Review. Ono ot" two,piipprs.in,it are of,a?fi.Uperior-kind..¦ One or two moro show talent^-Thesrest aro be-' ,'low. mediocrity. 'There! is;'absolutoly no- thing new iii it of a! material-...

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CALLING A SPADE A SPADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

CALLING A SPADE A SPADE.'^ This members"of.'the'LegisIatiye';Assembly; bf Now;SoiiUfW^ley'liayc'.^fallen)ii.itp^'spoh, ari pbjectiphabl^hnbi.t"bT ballihg^liings,,aiid. pdrspris'by!th'eir| frightn'amefi,;tha.t,w.e(8hall-i riot"feel/suVpi'is'ed if;theJwh.o'lO|tone,and,teinTi per. '',of(!.lhoVdoli.atpfr-! in.. thatriibranch vof ithq ' Legislature.:;: underwent: a-'*-,radical i ch'ahgoi' The insincere and/ conventional;,"'* lioiiOrable1' ge'ntlem'nn-,!^or,'/" honPrab.lbimembe"rJ' .will? most lilcoly bo drop.ped'.'lapd; Senatorial dis cu'ssions^iW.ill'-iprob'tibly.i takbi-thcifollbwing' form.:-rr,:)iiii-iii5 .'inwi;',!*1!: "]-1'1 ssi'ii'V.!'""' 'Mr.; Ar.phsei'.yccT^wi'th ¦^rbfe^e'nee^,to''.wl{Ilt.,: had.fallen 'Ti'pm>lfc', hoary' oldliumbugfoyer,' theway that lie°u\y/ds',eut\^eiy'^istakenv[l;He (Mr; A.),hadfiupv.er;suppgrt§d -,tho,Jpropbsiu tionvjfor'^a "repeals .of':..tiioii import diityii oni asses,,,;,.,; « j-i. -ncyCl Miie'iiw ^vumote hii-s '"'J :M,r..,B.;:,;No.t .in('Parliara.on'...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

¦¦?:'":: '<>''.; '''?';'¦ ¦?';',|"lr,'.'¦*!.'.*-'''?. Sir,?As tho ?prcW;,ajjp'qnvs t'o'Jjd '(tho's,best means for tho rcdrCSs"of1*ferihvaiicb'&, a'iuVhs I consider this ono, it is.ithoAwish of many of the passongors by^tho.^roadalJwuOithatjiho following 'circumstances "sliquUV' bri' mfiilc known, to prevent the"'pVOvont' the chance of asimilar occurrenceJii.f.utifrq.;,r:Ma.nyigoijig to tho Champion Rnco.took j-'otiirn tickets on tho understanding,, ashy advertisement, that, tho*BKda'd'r(lljane'*ould "roth Ai'on '*irlio jl'ay.'of thc'fiVeiy^huF'pn arriviii'g^ivcar',:;I^liswich this morning,1 thc cag'tam jsairVjthaj^jiit.jjt,wjis'^tltc wisliC6fMth'cJ juniority; of' tho i vol ni 11 e di-s,"' li'o nrniihi n^ffififiaHnKWlll!,;' fill flwi' mifcini; - ,...._ ,- --.- x.....,.x ...igljt he tlib'wishos'b'f thch'tlior passengers. *;"?'Y; Those \vho_hrul return tickets,, ondemand?, inrr'of^lmngciifr^ rc turu pf tlio i diilcVolico-Sf,'a^siriglc'UTid re't'urri' ticket','vfer...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

T-HE COURIER ,, " IS NOW PUBLISHED ' ' '' DAILY. < _ d' / J ^ 3 SoBScmrTioN rrn Quarter ? i In ADvANcr, 15s. 11 _ il During thc eui rent Quatta no charge will famade to pieicnt Suhsci ibers foi thc additional papers supphed._ 1 ' pteam to Sydney. THF1ARRA YARR \, from the A S N. Co's Nev Wharf, on 1HURSDAY, Juno Gib. , ^ Steerage Fares Reduced to £3 GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. For London. 11IIC brig BESSIE, Al at Lloyd's, 600 tons bm thou, Benjamin Davies, Coramandei, having a por ? tion of her cargo engaged «ul i meet with quick dispatch. Wool ld per lo. 1 fflth 5 per ccnt. Tallow 70s per ton }- rmmgc Hides riOs poi ton of 40 J * ° lot Fieigbt or Passage, apply to WALTER GRAY & CO , Ipswich, oi to 1 J. & G. HARRIS, 1 > Brisbane. 6lh May. 1861, £100 REWARD WE, tho undersigned, here! j odor a Reward of Ono Hundred Pounds to any person who may give such information-.as will convict any-party or parties of having stolen- any horses or.cattle belonging ;to us -fro...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY (Yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

, IPSWICH. . !'(ifh6JJPr;B own cbRitE'sroNDr.NT.) - - j ?? ? " Thursday- (Yesterday.' ThehE are, of course, very'numerous points in the festivities of tho last two days that kavo escaped: my notice. One of these was, a dinner,given bri ..Tuosday evening, at the Cotri'mercial Hotel,'lb thc mounted volun- teers, by Captain R. J.. Smith,.from which most of thom adjourned to. the oircus, that is Burton's National Ciious.¦¦'.> .-.' This circus and the cavalcade thereof, took a very proiriinent part in tlie'hpnour shown td his Excellency on his arrival, hs it also formed a vofy imposing feature in tho dis- play upon tho Raco Coursq., This circusT may mcutiqn, in order Jd> give your readers a chance of attouding a oircus for. once in a way, has tho advautage of, being wholly novel, and perhaps one might say original, as'.compared with those that have beon.here before. The prices -wore high, and one-half tho sitting room was devoted to- first-class.;', yet both; halves haye, been crow...

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. MAT 30.?Telegraph, - steamer, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers?Messrs. J. West, Jun., F. C. Goyder, J. H. Atkinson, C. Clark, K. Morris, II. Hofierman, Lwce, W. Wightman; G. A. Finglcr, W. S. Lance, J. II. Mahoney, E. S. Ebsworth, Master Ebsworth, Mrs. ^Ebsworth/Miss Mitchell/and 8 in the steerage.- : May 30.?Clarence, steamer, Captain .Cottier, for the Northern Ports. EXPORTS           Telegraph": 1 box, 1 case saddlery, G. Raff and Co.; 118 Iiidea, T. B. Stephens; 1 case patterns; W. and B.'Brookes; 1 case, J. Sutherland ; 2 cases, Ballard; 14 cases, R. Bulcock; 1 carriage, 2 horses, extra, luggage, E. ,S. Ebsworth; 4 cases fruit, D. Skyring ; 2 ditto, A. J. Hookings. ,. .Owing to 'circumstances over which we have no cw#bl, we are compelled to postpone till to-mor row the publication of the Clarence's export: mani- fest and passenger list; .

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 31 May 1861

TX7*ANT(5D, by1 a GeritlemW/'BOARb^ancli TY LODGING in a respecfciible'hdiii'e.'Ap'ply^ by Letter to H. AV.;'-Coj'swb;" :; "''!.;/;'' ?'?'/'" ,' WANTED, a BOY as APPRBNTICE'to:thb ¦ TaiutVug trude.' Apply toOi SHALLEHN,' Elizal^Ui-street. ,-. ., :¦ -:i" ; ¦:-?:' : ' W'AN.'PKr)>.iin nntivP,-.inf^ll!gHnt.-BOY..'who:| . can read and write sufficiently well to make entries ,in .a" day-book. Apply ¦ to Mr. ,0. TRUNDLF, Commission Agent, North Brisbane. V\'ANTED to Purchase, in Queensland, Ten | v* or Twelve Blocks of First-class SHEEP COUNTRY, Unstocki'd. Address, with full particulars, to J. D? Post Office, Rockhampton: PRIVATE APARTMENTS are vacant at | MISS LESTER'S, Bellevue House, plea- santly situated at the East end of Georgo.street. { BOARD AND RESIDENCE?Tiyo Gentle- men are desirous of meeting with tho: 'abovo in a private family. Two bed-rooms .with, a Bitting-room to their exclusive use would'be, preferred. Address A.Z., 'Courier' office. rpo LET, a well-standing PUBLIC HOU...

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