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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN.   July 11 - Saturday ... 0.43 1.4 12 - Sunday ... 1.25 1.40 13 - Monday ... 1.57 2.14 14 - Tuesday ... 2.32 2.45 15 - Wednesday ... 3.8 3.20 16 - Thursday ... 3.47 4.8 17 - Friday ... 4.43 5.23

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

        ENGLAND.       --------------                         The Queen's accouchement, was expected to take place in May. ---------             NEW POLITICAL CLUB.--A new political asso-   ciation, called the " National CÍub," lias just been established in England, the objects of which are thus stated by its founders :- " 1. To maintain the Protestant principles of the constitution in the administration of public affairs.-2. To uphold a system of national education based on scripture, and conducted by the ministers of religion.-3. To preserve the Church of England and Ireland in its truth and integrity.-4. To use every effort   that the ...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

REVENUE. WE subjoin an abstract of the Revenue and Ex- penditure for 1845, showing an excess of revenue over that of 1844 of £17,220 16s. 2d. His Ex- cellency Sir George Gipps, in his Financial Minute, intimates, that out of the surplus the sum of £14,000 has been raised by assessment on stock in the Port Phillip district, and that he did not consider it would be right to regard the entire   surplus as a single fund, applicable to any part of the colony. Now, as Separation has not yet taken place ; and considering also the circumstance of the assessment money having always been merged in the general fund, and expended hitherto for the benefit (if any) of all the Squatting districts, this shallow device of the Governor was evidently an at- tempt to embarrass the Legislative Council, by throwing the apple of discord among them, under pretence of solicitude for "justice to Port Phillip." The Port Phillipians, however, know His Excel- lency too well to allow themselves to b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

TURTLE SOUP! TURTLE SOUP! AT THE VICTORIA HOTEL, NORTH BRISBANE, THIS DAY, At One o'clock precisely. DAVID BOW begs to apprise his friends, and the inhabitants generally, that having pur-   chased a very fine TURTLE, he will supply his   custoemrs with Soup, prepared in first-rate style, and warranted excellent, at very reasonable prices. Luncheon on the table at One o'clock precisely. Families requiring a supply, will be pleased to send their orders early to prevent disappointment. GEORGE FURBER   (LATE OF MAITLAND,) BEGS to inform his many kind friends, and the public generally, that he has re-com-   menced business as an innkeeper, at THE GOLDEN FLEECE, IPSWICH, (the house lately occupied by Mr. R. E. Dix ;) where he now offers to all who may honour him with a call the ease and comfort usually found in an English ROAD-SIDE INN : combining therewith, when necessary, the luxu- ries of a Town Hotel.   The strictest att...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sir, - On looking over the Census Returns for the County of Stanley, contained in your last Satur- day's paper, I perceive it is therein stated, that we have amongst us no fewer than 14 clergymen. Now, as this announcement, without some ex- planation may tend to mislead, and might possi- bly be the means of preventing some pious and worthy Protestant clergyman, who might be so minded - and of whose services our community stands so much in need at present - from coming to dwell amongst us, it may be as well to state that there are only two clergymen ministering in the district - one Roman Catholic, and one Pro- testant of the Church of England : the latter of whom not having any residence in the town, and having to make frequent tours of duty among the Squatting stations, can only come in occasionally on Saturday nights, perform service on Sunday morning, and start off again to his labours in the Bush either immediately after service, or on M...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. By a late Government Gazette, we observe that His Excellency the Governor has performed an act of grace to the prison population now in the colony. All former regulations for granting in- dulgences have been rescinded, and the following   have been promulgated :- That any convict who may have served three entire years without any record of misconduct appearing against him, will be eligible for a ticket-of-leave ; that for three years of continued good conduct, a ticket-of-leave holder, recommended by three magistrates, or other persons of known respectability, will ho eligible for a conditional pardon. - In the year 1843, New South Wales imported 248,170 lbs. of butter and cheese, valued at 9,497l. In 1844, 60,701 lbs., valued at 1184l. In 1845, 22,216 lbs., valued at 579l. In 1843, the export was 81,173 lbs., valued at 3,488. In 1844, 188,171 lbs., valued at 3,717l. In 1845, 172,368 lbs., valued at 4,313l. The saving to the colony effected by the inc...

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MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST TALK. Showing how Caudle brought home some "good fellows" to spend the evening, and found Mrs. Caudle with some female friends at tea. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST TALK. Showing how Caudle brought home some "good   fellows" to spend the evening, and found Mrs. Caudle with some female friends at tea. " I DID'NT choose to say anything to you last night, Mrs. Caudle-no ; you need not tell me that ; I know I did'nt open my lips ; don't I say so, woman ? -I did'nt speak, because indeed I was too tired. But I do think it hard that I can't leave the house for a few days, but I must find it swarming with petticoats when I come back. Your friends, as you call 'em, as if women could ever be friends ! It's rather hard, with what I'm charged for housekeeping, that I must find the place like a fair. Yon did'nt expect me home till to-morrow! Oh, no ! Else I should have found you alone, and as mute as a mouse ; and not a word would you have said to me about the pack of gossips you'd had about you ? " Now, Mrs. Caudle, for the future just re- member one thing. Never think to expect me ; for you shall never know the exact ti...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

FOR IPSWICH. THE STEAMER EXPERIMENT, A. Campbell, master, will le we the Government Wharf, North Brisbane, THIS MORNING, AT 8 O'CLOCK, returning from thence on MONDAY, the I3th inst. She will then leave for CLEVELAND POINT, ON TUESDAY MORNING, AT 9 O'CLOCK, and return the same night, if practicable. Refreshments provided on board at moderate charges   The following is the corrected List of Fares, freight, and Storage, viz. : CABIN PASSAGE, 6S. J STEERAGE, 4S. ' s. d. Wool, per bale . 2 /- Pipe, butt, or puncheon . 6 /- Quarter-cask. .. 2 /-   Barrel. 2/ 3d Chest tea., 1/-   Pair wheels..5/-     Sheep-skins, per bundle of 25 -9d   Dead weight, per ton. 10/-   Hogshead.. 4/-   Ten-gallon keg.. 1/ 6d Five-gallon keg. 1 /3d Half and quarter chests tea ........ 9d   Dray . 20/-   Three dozen cask or case 2/-     For every dozen extra ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 July 1846

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MURDERS BY THE BLACKS.-Intelligence reached the settlement yesterday that Hugh Pheeny and a man named, Collins, who were employed by Mr. John Burgess in sawing timber on the Tweed, had been treacherously murdered by the natives about a month ago, for the sake of their rations. It appears that they were attacked while at work in the creek which connects the north and south arms of the river. The bodies were discovered by Thomas Gorsill, who immediately gave infor- mation to Mr. Dollman, Mr. Burgess' superin- tendent. Mr. Dollman and some of the sawyers subsequently went to the spot, and buried them. This dreadful transaction had created much con- fusion on the river. The blacks in this locality have been long known as the most ferocious wretches in the district, and it is deeply to be re- gretted that there is no means of bringing them to justice. The unfortunate men who have become their victims, were well known to many in Bris- bane, as hard-working peaceable in...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1846. THE NEW COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

            THE Moreton Bay Courier.         SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1843.     THE NEW COLONY.             IN the House of Lords, on the 3rd March, Lord Stanley made the following remarks respecting the new colony that is shortly to be established to the northward :-" The Government to which he had belonged had thought proper to appoint an addi- tional colony to the north of the colony of New South Wales, beyond the limits assigned to that colony, the new colony not being too near the tropics to prevent its being a healthy colony. It was in- tended that a number of those convicts who had reached the most advanced, that was, the lightest stage of penal discipline, should go to that colony, where they would be furnished with provisions for a limited period, an...

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. NEW PAPER.-We have received the first two numbers of the Moreton Bay Courier, a paper published at Brisbane, Moreton Bay. Its outward appearance is respectable, surpassing the first number of any provincial journal that has come under our notice. It appears to be conducted with skill and moderation, and has at once taken a firm stand on the land question, which it avows can never be settled until the management of the land revenue is vested in the colonial legislature. Its local intelligence is rather scant, but that will doubtless be improved as the conductors become more acquainted with their work. On the whole, we are inclined to augur favourably of the More ton Bay Courier, which will be of great benefit to the district, and we hope yield a profit to the pro- prietor. The second number of the Moreton Bay Courier contains an article advocating, in strong terms, the necessity of establishing a Bank at Moreton Bay. The arguments in support of the writer's cas...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WH\RF MORN. EVEN.   July 18 - Saturday ... 5.34 - 6.34 19 - Sunday ... 6.57 - 7.29 20 - Monday ... 8.0 - 8.32 21 - Tuesday ... 9.3 - 9.40 22 - Wednesday ... 10.8 - 10.33 23 - Thursday ... 10.53 - 11.14 24 - Friday ... 11.21 - 11.46  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.                   ARRIVAL.   July 13. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers -- Mr. D. Bow, Mr. and   Mrs. Gore and child ; and, forty-two in the steerage.         DEPARTURE.       July 16. Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. D. Archer, and Mr.   Gray; and five in the steerage.     IMPORTS. Tamar : 1 case firearms, 1 cask, 1 pair bellows, 1 anvil, 1 forge, 1 axle, 1 barrow wheel, 1 ditto, 2 cases, 1 cask, 1 case, 13 packages shrubs and plants, 2 cases furniture, 10 packages trees and shrubs, 4 bags potatoes, 1 case beer, 1 bale, 1 case (extra luggage), 1 package table and chairs, Gore ; 1 bale blankets, 3 bales leather, 2 trunks, 1 hhd rum, 20 bags flour, 1 hhd. brandy, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

FOR IPSWICH. THE STEAMER EXPERIMENT, A. Campbell, master, will leave the Government Wharf, North Brisbane, THIS DAY, AT 11 O'CLOCK, returning from thence on Tuesday next. Should sufficient inducement offer, she will start for CLEVELAND POINT,   ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, THE 22ND INST., At 9 o'clock. J Application for tickets to be made to Mr. Connolly, Steam Navigation Company's Stores, South Brisbane ; or at the office of this journal. Fares-Cabin, 10s. ; Fore Cabin, 7s. Refreshments provided on board at moderate charges. The following is the corrected List of Fares, Freight, and Storage, viz. : CABIN PASSAGE, 6s. ; STEERAGE, 4S.   Wool, per bale . 2/-   Pipe, butt, or puncheon . 6/-   Quarter-cask. 2/-   Barrel... 2/3d   Chest tea....1/-     Pair wheels.5/-             Sheep-skins, per bundle of 25 ..9d &a...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

COLONIAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, JULY 9.-Hysonskin tea, £3 15s. to £4 0s. 0d. ; congou, £5. Sugar-Manilla of good quality, £19 per ton. Wool, 1s. 3d. to 1s. 6d. per lb. Hides, 8s. 6d. to 9s. Tallow -- beef, £29 to £30 10s. ; mutton, £31 to £33 per ton, in shipping condition. Maize, 5s. 0d. per bushel. Wheat, 7s. 0d. per bushel. Two mercan- tile houses in Sydney, in anticipation of a de- ficiency, if not a failure in the next crop of wheat, have bought up 100,000 bushels in Van Diemen's Land. Cheese, 5d. to 10d. per lb. Flour-first quality, £18 ; second, £16. Brandy, 12s. to 12s. 3d. per gallon ; rum, O.P., 8s. 0d. to 8s. 9d. per gallon ; ale and porter, (scarce), £8 per hhd. ; in bottle, (imported), 13s. to 14s. per dozen ; colonial, 6s. to 7s.   Colonial cedar is scarce, and is fetching fro       12s. to 15s. per 100 feet in log, the latter being the price for select pieces. Hardwood is from 8s. 3d. to 8s. 6d. per 800 feet by the load, a...

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MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST TALK. Showing how Mr. Caudle could go out and enjoy himself. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

MR. CAUDLE'S BREAKFAST TALK. Showing how Mr. Caudle could go out and enjoy himself. " By the bye, Sarah, just put half-a-dozen shirts, and all that sort of thing, in my portman- teau. I'm going-There you are with your black looks again ! I can never go anywhere, just a little to enjoy myself, but you look like thunder. What ! l might sometimes take you out. Non- sense ; women-that is, women when there mar- ried-are best at home. What can they want to go out for ? It's quite enough for them to go out to hunt for husbands : when they've caught 'em, let 'em sit at home, and sing with the kettle and the cat ; their best place is their fireside. " Half-a-dozen shirts, I say, and my shaving tackle. Do you hear me, Mrs. Caudle ? Perhaps, when you've done counting the legs of that fly on the ceiling, you'll attend to me. Eh ? I think you never want to go out ? Quite the contrary ; it's my belief you'd always be out. If you wanted to go about like a June-fly, why did you marry ? " I should h...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. A public meeting held at Melbourne, to vote an address of thanks to Sir George Gipps, for pro- posing to devote the surplus of £14,000 collected by assessment in the district of Port Phillip, to the maintenance of the border police in that dis- trict exclusively, turned out a failure ; an amend- ment for adjournment to the 24th August, moved by Mr. Edward Curr, being agreed to almost unanimously.-Mr. Jackson, who has lately been appointed colonial agent in England for the colony of Van Diemen's Land, with a salary paid by private subscriptions, was formerly editor of the Launceston Advertiser, in which position he op- posed many of the measures of Sir George Arthur and Sir John Franklin. He was afterwards ap- pointed Colonial Secretary of South Australia, and retired from that office because he could not sub- mit to a violation of his conscientious opinions. Coal from Western Port, of quality sufficiently good for culinary purposes, had been introduced into Melbou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

STEAM TO SYDNEY, BY the Hunter River Co.'s Steam Packet TAMAR,     J. Allen, Commander, - will leave South Brisbane for Sydney on the 1st and 13th of every month ; and Sydney, for Brisbane, on the 8th and 22nd of every month.                 W. CONNOLLY. H. R. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, North Brisbane, 18th July, 1343. SALE BY AUCTION.   MR. T. DOWSE WILL Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Queen-street, North Brisbane,     THIS EVENING, (SATURDAY), 18TH JULY, At 7 o'clock, A quantity of Slops, Tools, Prints Hats, Muslin Dresses Knives and Forks, Guns, &c. With other miscellaneous articles suitable for Mechanics. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT BRISBANE, On the 15th October next, A MIXED HERD OF CATTLE, (400 head, more or less), late the property of Ernest   Elphinstone Dalrymple, Esq., deceased, now ...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. NEWS From England to the 8th March, has been received by the Agincourt, post-office packet. The debate on the Corn Laws occupied twelve days, and ended in Sir Robert Peel's propositions being carried by a majority of 97, the numbers being 337 for the motion, and 240 against it. Mr. Ewart's motion respecting Van Diemen's Land, had been postponed, until after the Easter recess.       In America, the House of Representatives, by a large majority, had called on the President to give the twelve months' notice required by the treaty, previous to either party taking possession of the Oregon territory. It was further resolved, that nothing in the resolution was intended to in- terfere with the right and discretion of the Presi- dent and his ministers to renew negotiations for an amicable settlement of the question. All the members from South Carolina voted against the motion except one. The votes of the members from th...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 July 1846

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ki DEPARTURE OF THE GOVERNOR—His Excel-   lency was to embark on Saturday the 11th inst. ; and had given notice of his intention to hold a levee at Government House on that day before going on board.         SALT—VALUABLE DISCOVERY.—We have been   informed, by a gentleman just arrived from the Boyne River, that this valuable article has re- cently been discovered on the station of Mr. John Thorne, at Ironpot Creek. The specimen exhibited was as fine as basket salt, and it can be procured in great abundance. A sample will shortly be forwarded to Sydney, in order that it may be analized.   CLEVELAND POINT.—In consequence of the arrival of the steamer on Monday, the trip to Cleveland Point was unavoidably postponed. It will be seen by our advertising columns that the Experiment will start for that place on Wednes- day next, should sufficient inducement offer. The officers of t...

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