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MR. LILLEY'S ADDRESS TO HIS CONSTITUENTS. TO MR. LILLEY PER FAVOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

MR. LILLEY'S ADDRESS TO HIS     CONSTITUENTS. TO MR. LILLEY PER FAVOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. Dear Sir,–Observing in the report of your   speech on Monday night that you state that I am opposed to railways in Queensland, I beg to   ask if such report that you so expressed your- self is true. 2. If true, what ground you have for the statement?       I am, Sir, your obedient servant,     ROBERT CRIBB. C. Lilley, Esq., M.L.A.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. PURSUANT to adjournment the House was to meet at two o'clock, for the purpose of proceed-   ing to Government House to present to His Excellency the Governor the address of the Assembly in reply to the opening speech. There not being a quorum, the SPEAKER, after reading prayers, took the chair and adjourned the House at half-past two until next day at three   o'clock. The members present were–The Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-General, the Colonial   Treasurer, the Secretary for Lands and Works, Mr. Mackenzie, Mr. Bell, Dr. Challinor, Mr. Pugh, Mr. Douglas, Mr. Edmondstone, Mr. Lilley, Mr Kennedy, and Mr. Coxen.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

Auction Sales. THIS DAY. OATS. OATS. OATS. At No. 1, Jewell's Buildings. 240 BUSHELS LIMERICK OATS. FRASER & BUCKLAND wiU sell by auc- tion, at No. 1, J oweli's Stores, on THURS- DAY, April 28, nt 12 o'clock, 240 bushels best Limerick Oats. 3988 THIS DAY. HORSES AND COAVS. At the Pound. ROBERT DAVIDSON will sell, at tho Pound, on THURSDAY, April 28, nt 12 o'clock, without Reserve, A Draught Maro, warranted staunch to col- lar ; a trial given if desired A Dray and Harness, nearly new 3 Cows near calving, and broken into bail A3-) ear old Mare, brokou to saddle; will carry a lady. Terms-Cash Tins DAY. COAVS AT THE POUND. T>OBERT DAVIDSON will sell at the JLv Pound, on THURSDAY, April 23, at 12 o'clock, 5 Alilch Cows, all broken to bail, and quiet. Terms-Cash. 3997 SATURDAY, APRIL 30. BULLOCKS AT THE POUND. TJOBERT DAVIDSON has received in JAi »traction«, to sell ni tho Pounl, on SATURDAY, April 30th, at 12 o'clock-, without the slightest reserve, 20 head, more or leis, of y...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

C\ VTiRT \GE FOR S VLE -To bo Sold, a / ^er) supenor Biuoitcbo l'lucton, stiong and nenrly new, adapted for the use of a family, at Messrs B ILL WiYNE A, AT'NAB S, Conch Builders, Albert street Price, 70 Ginnen» 3973 STOREKEEPERS and SHOPS suppbed with nil kinds of Liquoitce, Lolh Sticks, Barley Sugar, Aeidul itcd Di ops, mid nil kinds oT Di ops m any qunntih JA All S N HUGHIE, 3S82 Conreetionci, Geoige stieet T710R S VLE, a SIGN BOARD, CEDAR JJ COUNIER, and PAR111ION Apply to J BERKLEY, Chemist 4035 TO SADDLERS A GOOD established S 1DDLERY BUSI NESS to bo disposed of Apply to BUTLER, BROS , i. CO , Elizabeth-street 4017 rTAO bo Disposed of, a BOAT, nenily new, J. about 20 feet long, complete m ex cry respect, with Sails, Oars, Awning, &.e, ni fust rate condition Pi ice moderate Apply to M'FIE, Bout Builder, Kanga, oo Point 3839 FOR SALE, ALIGHT AAIERTCAN EXPRESS AArAGGON, with Sliafls, Pole, and Hood complete, and Double and Single lluincss to lnnteh 3829 BRIGHT, BROTHERS &...

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BUSINESS PAPERS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 3. QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

lîUSINRSS PAPERS. LLGISLUTYL3 COUNCIL llF^lm, Al Al 3 Qt foTIONs Hie Hon St G R Gort to ask the Hon J Bramston -AYhethcr the site of the bri Igo net oss Fiec tone Creek on the 10a I between the AT un R mge ind AV irwiek li is boen determine 1 on mil if so wheici it to be vii iced? Hie lion D 1 Rom-RT» to ttsk the Hon J Bi illiston - A\ he thor the Agent of Immun tion in Englnn 1 Ali Jordan lins lcsignel his r | oihec and why' | Hie Hon i E BiacF (o n«k the lion I1 Binmston -If it is the intention olthe Govern meut to issue blankets to the Abongmes this \cnr ' NOTICES OF MOTION The Hon J BriMsTon to mox c -That ti is Houso do now le oho ltseirmtoa Committee of tho AVholo Hou c to coiisidei an Vd Ire s or congratulation lo bel Alycsty the Queen upon the bit th of a Pi ince the »on of the Prince and Prince s of AA ales Hie lion J Br imsTOn to present a Bill to amend the Liw in matters afleeting Tra lo and Coinmei co Tpesdat Al ii 10 NOTICr 01 MOTION The non L I C Browse to move-(1) rhi...

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LAND SALE AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

LAND SALE AT IPSWICH. A GOVERNMEnT land sale was held at the Court-house, on Monday, when 41 town lots and 43 country lots were submitted to public com-   petition. The attendance was very limited, and but little competition look place, except for a few lots. Of the country lots offered, the first 23 were situated in the parish of Jeebropilly, on and near the road from Ipswich to Toowoomba ; the remainder being in the vicinity of the Pine Mountain, on Pouincradda Creek, at an upset price of £1 per acre. The town allotments, put up at an upset price of £100 per acre, situated in the parish and town of Ipswich, in the neigh- borhood of the Grammar School Reserve. The total amount of the sale was £1584 6s. 5d. The following was the result:– COUNTRY LOTS.–Lot 1, 65a., A. Eyre, £65 ; 24, 19a., J. Blaine, £29 9s. ; 25, 7a. 2r. 23p., J. Blaine, £24 ; 26, 15a. 1r., J. Blaine, £37 7s. 3d. ; 27, 28a. 2r., J. Blaine, £28 10s. ; 28, 26a. 2r., J. Blaine, £26 10s ; 29, 23a. 2r. 23p.,...

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THE PRIVILEGES OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Melbourne Argus, April 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

TUE PRIVILEGES OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Melbourne Argus, April 16.) The decision of thoPmy Council m Dilly Murphy disposes finally ol the question as to the legality of the Victomin law of priulego Iho highest tribunal m the realm hm mg detci mined tho legal point in fin or of tho defendant, theio is no longa nnj i oom to doubt that our parliament has a pieiogatnc co extcn-nc with that of the Houso of Commons Hie act of de fi nttion being upheld tho ludgmeut of tho Tucli cial Commit tee of tho Pt rix Council is, of course, to the ellect (hat till which tho House oT Commons has the Icgtsluino Council and As scmbl) or Arietorta lim o also So fin the law agautst which tho Ai /«« t onlended and the Eounducssof which it took steps to test 1ms been settled m fin or of the colonial pniliuniint, and against tho libelttea of tho pic s and of the sub jeet For our part whdo it would bo tillo to dis guiso our feeling of disappointment at this io suit the decision is one wlnili bungs with it no ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. April 26. At the nomination of candidates for the re- presentation of the Kiama electorate Mr. Parkes had the show of hands. A poll was demanded. The Yarra has sailed for Brisbane and Mary- borough. MELBOURNE. The English cricketers left this day for England. The flour market is steady. SYDNEY. April 27. The directors of the Bank of New South Wales have declared a dividend of twenty per cent.     The New South Wales Assurance Company have declared a dividend of fifteen per cent. Advices received from Mauritius state that there is a further depression in the sugar market. News has been received to the effect that Dr. Livingstone is alive. Bishop Tozer has decided upon abandoning the African mission. The New South Wales Cricketing Association have refused to accept the services of Lawrence and Thompson, in regard to the match to be played against Queensland next month. MELBOURNE. The markets are...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

BIRTH. WARRY.-On the 28!h instant, at Brisbane, the wife of the late Charles Samways Warry, of a       son.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. APRIL 28.—Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Milman, from Sydney the 25th instant. Passengers :—Mrs. Buxton, Miss Sabine, Mrs. Foote, Messrs. John Black, D. Baillie, Hem- mant, Keith, J. Millar, Coates, Meydock, and 34 in the steerage. CLEARANCE. April 27.—Elizabeth, schooner, 100 tons, Captain Hughes, for Maryborough. No pas- sengers.   IMPORTS. Clarence, from Sydney : 1 case hats, 5 cases, Stewart and Hemmant; 7 cases, C. Newton Bro. and Co. ; 1 bundle fenders, Mrs. Hitchins ; 3 cases bacon, 5 cases pickles, 6 cases cheese, 10 10 casks porter, Brabant and Co. ; 10 packages glass, Hood and Harle ; 2 packages sashes, 10 pine doors, Stronell and Buckley ; 2 packages sashes, R. Hutchins ; 1 case, Grimes and Petty ; 1 case ling, 3 kegs herrings, 2 packages bags, 2 cases fruit, 2 bags rice, 2 cases oil, 2 cases coffee, 3 cases starch, M. Hughes ; 2 casks ironmongery, R. P. Williams ; 1 case glass, J. Mort ; 6 packages tobacco, 50 cases geneva, 20 boxes ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.J ARRIVALS. April 25.-Kembla, steamer, from the Clyde River ; Kiama, steamer, from Merimbula ; Chan- ticleer, brig, from Melbourne ; Mimmie Dyke, schooner, from Circular Head ; Melanie, schooner, from Colombo; Balclutha, screw steamer, from Rockhampton. April 26.-Observer, barque, from New York ; Sea Nymph, from Adelaide ; Woodlark, brig, from Chatham Islands ; Aerolite, ship, from the Downs ; Arnyeus, barque, from Mauri- tius. DEPARTURES. April 25.-Corrumaizie, ship, for Galle ; Agnes Jessie, for Newcastle ; Clarence, steamer, for Brisbane ; Prince Alfred, screw steamer, for Nelson ; Agnes Irving (s.), for Grafton. April 26.-Arwell, ship, for London : Ocean, for the South Sea Islands ; City of Melbourne, (s.s.), for Melbourne ; Yarra Yarra, (s.), for Brisbane; Urara, (s.), for Grafton.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 April 1864

STEAM TO CLEVELAND. '&! ?I-WEEKLY TRIPS on THURS- DAYS <md SATURDAYS. After o-day and until further notice, the DIAMOND will mako an additional weekly trip to tliis favorite wateving place, leaving Baff'a Wharf every Thursday and Saturday. BRIGHT, BROTHERS, & CO., 4032 _Agents. WEEKLY TRIP TO CLEVELAND. rp1 1HE Favorite Steamer DIAMOND _ will be despatched to Cleveland jvomRaffs Wharf, on SATURDAY ne.\t, at half-past 11 a.m., returning nest day at noon. Fares-5s. and 7s. Gd. Cargo received by Messrs. Geo. Rail' ¡c Co. BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., _Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ERtK. rpT MAIL STEAMER QUEENS ?!S*Ê3gL. X LAND, -»ill leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, May 10. 3512 AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-The COLLAROY, SATURDAY, April 30, ot 2-30 p.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - Tho CLARENCE, FRIDAY, April 29, at 1"30 p.m. No advance in rates. TO MARYBOROUGH. - The YARRA YARRA, 4S h...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

WESTERN AUST1UL.A. Tur Iiiqituei gîtes the following pniticulnis of somo ícecnt outrages committed bt com lets, which in thcmsel\t3 aro thong aiguniciils agam<t transpoitallon to tho lolonics ihul joui nal of the 2Jid sajs - um ciuniniil neus is 111010 than usutlly tnncd Wt luno had an altatk by a titkel ol lento man n lined Giuliani upon Mi Quaitci manie, an old settlei, lesiihug at Bet ellet I he police, some six m niimbci aie m setrih of the i lillian who shot Air Qiiarltrmame lho cunio lias pei pell iilcd us follows -Mi Quat tei mimi hating been fiom homo somo dals, letitined lo his houso late at night, and while 1 not! nig al his dooi foi admitíante was shot al bj Graham fiom Ins beeboom wintlow tho shots alleinig his bl east In tho middle of the bustle and ton tunion winch ensued Graham niailo off and his not been seen since Alis Quin lei manie dt chu c3 sho w as not aw ai i that the man Graham was in her loom Qiiiulcimami is out of danger, tho doetoi hating extract...

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THE CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

THE CENSUS. AMONG the various papers laid on the Table       of the House on Tuesday last by the members of the government, was the return made by the Registrar-General of the population of the   colony. Owing to the population in the pastoral districts being so scattered, considerable diffi- culty was experienced in arriving at a correct   estimate, and there is, however, great reason for complimenting the Registrar- General and his officers for the voluminous return made by them. Owing to want of space we are only enabled to give the general outline with which the report is prefaced. li is as follows, " The great distances northward and westward       to which the colonists have extended their stations, joined to extreme inclemency of   weather, has unavoidly delayed the receipt of the enumerator's returns, and I am therefore     &n...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 28. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Petrie. Wages. - Three summons cases for wages, in which Alexander Ferguson, Henry Johnston, and William Noble, were plaintiffs, and Hugh Breheny was defendant, were, in the absence of the last-named individual decided in favour of   plaintiffs, and distress warrants were ordered to issue.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock,     at Grenfell's Wharf : 10,000 Feet Sawn Hard-   wood Timber.    

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

HkM iri\DA TUX NFXT PIÍI10ATI0S April, 1S31 Hiscí" ".H. 1' S3 | 1'ri'ir. 0 23 S -o 1 I IiiJiH.ll Mern Ï ii Moos-1.15! Qii-mcr, April Mlli,5Ii sTm p

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WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

WATER POLICE COURT. Before the Police Magistrate and the Water Police Magistrate. Assault. - Smith v. Barton. Plaintiff, who was second officer of the ship Excelsior, sum- moned defendant, who is master of the ship, for an assault, committed on the 18th instant. The case was remanded for a week, for the produc- tion of evidence.  

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 186[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

83je uvnn\ PUBLISHED DAILY. F1HDAY, APRIL 29, 1SG1. Two mu import mt, in 1 co iaequunll\ niteitsting returns hut ihcadi been fm m lied 1} the Government to the wenibtis of the Lecti-htuio-« allude to tilt, upîit oi the htgiatiai Genei ii if the Colon\ which gioolucid informado i is to the ira mi it of out population nml to the an nuil «u min \ of einig ition opei it ins during the i.ear 1S03 compile I bj Mi \\ ilcott the Setieta \ to the Ti n gntioi Unril ni 1 nghnd ]1\ the foi mei ne le in tint oui pi, ni i m Ins meit i ed din nu three leais to in ailinn it mote.tiwi loub'etlian vlntitw i tluec veal« ago Lv t ( littci ne ne pim It 1 ni li i cha lin. ition rf the cmi0i i its m nth hue come to otu shoiea through the e\ti tiona tuet In th" Home Bon 1 Oui h i «ins lui st itmg th it the two letuins lit inteie ting nie Item e of J ile it Ins bein a piouml of conloi nut with ratin jtisoia th it no oppo tu uti Ins been itbidtd to i hem of i«ceit iimujt, with mj appi ich to cert unt\ m Int ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 29 April 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. April 27.-Grafton, steamer, from Rock- hampton ; Hunter, steamer, from the Clyde River ; Prince Regent, from Hobart Town; Hamburg, barque, from Sourabaya; Princess Alexandra, brig, from Adelaide.   DEPARTURE.   April 27.-Ellesmere, from Stuart's Island.

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