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COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE COURIER Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

COMMERCIAL. Brisbane Courier Ofllce, Saturday Evening. The following general abstract of the ov el ago amount of the liabilities and assets of tho Bank of Ne» South AAule«, withm the colony of Queensland, taken fiom the several weekly statements dilling the quarter cnduig the 31st March, appeared m todav's Goieinnient Ga zetle -Liubüities -Notes in circulation, not bearing mterc-t, £35 899 19s 2d, balances due to other bonks, £3110 Os lid, deposits, not bearing mteri-t, £121,302 Gs Gd, ditto, bear ing interest, £27,128 4s Id , total amount of habihtie«, £187,170 10s 8d Asset«-Coined gold and «dyer and other coined metals, £55 700 8s lOd, gold und silver m bullion and bar«, £216 2s lOd , landed propcilj £6819 17- 5d , notes and bills of other banks, £1121 13s Id , balanco due from othei banks, £1161 11s Gd , amount of oil debts due to Hie bank, including notes, bills of exchange, and all stock and fundid debts of eveij description excepting nott«, bills, mid balances duo to tho said ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) DRAYTON. April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) DRAYTON.   April 30.   Mr. CHARLES ALFRED OWEN, the superin- tendent on the Yandilla Station, whilst return- ing from Leyburn after adjudicating as a magistrate, was shot dead. He was at the time he was shot accompanied by four gentlemen. A messenger arrived this day asking for a medical man and the coroner to proceed to the spot where the murder was committed. The mur- derer has not yet been apprehended ; he was on horseback when he fired the shot. The Leyburn people are in pursuit of him. AVi: aro requested to call attention to the fact that a meeting of tho Intercolonial Match Committee will be held this evening at the I Boyal Hotel, Quccn-slreet. [/""Ox Saturday evening a public meeting was 'held in the Council Chamber at Ipswich, to arrange for co-operating with tho Brisbane Com mittco in regard to tho forthcoming match bo tween Now South AAralcs and Queensland. In the absence of Mr. Francis Nort...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

Wljc (tatrin\ PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1864. Amongst the numerous measures which the Ministry have luid before the Assembly few require more careful consideration than the Bill to estallish Provincial Councils. There is something pretentious, if not for- midable, in its title ; calling to mind the multipartite constitution under which the colony of New Zealand is governed. It is, however, only in the title that any resem- blance can be traced ; and, as we lean to the popular aphorism that theie's nothing in a name, we are as willing to have " provin " cial", as district, or shire, councils. AVe have frequently expressed our anxiety for a good system of local self-government, and cannot but be pleased with the prompt attention given by the Ministry to this important subject. The produc- tion of the bill under notice may doubtless be regarded as an evidence of their diligence and freedom from prejudice, rather than as a consequence of their gener- ous enthusiasm for long-cheris...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERArATIONS. Taken at 9 a m SiTLJiuvr, April 30 Brisdinp-Barometer (coircctcd) 29 976, theran inter ( hade) GG 7 , ditto (dr} bulb), 65 t, ditto (wit bulb) 5S 9, torta of wmd, 3, cloud 1 (Per Xleclnc Tclegi aph ) SydsEi -Barometer (corrected), 30 105 , theimomctei («hade), GOO, ditto (dry bulb), GO 5 , ditto (wet bulb), 57 8, force of wind, 1, cloud, 10 wind vnd vveitiifr Brisbane, S S A\ and fine , Lvtton, S AAr and fine , Ipswich, calm and fino , Lindley, calm and fine¡ loowoombn, calm and fine, Dru}ton, calm and fine, AATnrwick, S, and cloudy, Dalby, S, and cloud}, Sjclnej, ESE, and raining

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THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

THE GAZETTE. Tue following appeared m the Government j Gazette of Snturdav last - 1 np Nfvv Poner Hulk -It is notified that | the Hulk for the reception of refractory seamen, moored in the Port of Moreton Bay, shall be I deemed tobo a Public Pnsonvyithin the meaning | of the said Act, and, that the «arno shall be exempt from tho control of tho Sheriff of | Queensland AproisTMFMS -James Charles AVhitc, Esq , to be Police Magistrate for the Police Distnct I of AVarw ick, also, lo bo Commissioner for the gold fields at Talgai, in the distnct of Dalling Downs, also to bean officer for determining the extent and position of the claims to which each person is entitled under any miners' right, lease, 01 license, issued under the provisions of | the said Act, and for mai king such extent, also, to be nu Inspectoi of Police on tho Southern frontier of the colony

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 30.   BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.-Samuel Buckley was ar- raigned on a double charge of drunkenness and   making use of obscene language. He was fined     20s for each offence, with the usual alternative.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

SHIP MAILS. The mails per the Yarra Yarra, steamer, for Maryborough and Gayndah, will be made up and closed at the General Post-office, this day (Monday), as under : For registered letters at 2.30 p.m. ; and for ordinary letters and newspapers at 3 p.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

Auction Salea. THURSDAY, MAY 5. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND. Sheriff's Office, 30th April, 1S64. FEGAN v. CONNOR. ON THURSDAY, tho 5th day of May, at noon, the Sheriff will cause to be sold by public auction, at the Royal Horse Bazaar, Queen and Albert streets, A lot of quiet Milch Cows and Calves, Unless tho abovo execution be previously satisfied. (Signed) ARTHUR E. HALLORAN, 4150 Sheriff. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4. SAILING BOAT. ROBERT DAVIDSON will sell by public auction, at Forrest's AVharf, on "AYED NESDAY, May 4, at 12 o'clock, A first-rate Sailing Boat, 21i feet long, 6 feet beam, with two suits sails. 2 oars 2 water breakers 13 fathom chain, nearly new And ail anchor. Terms cash. 4112 PRELIAIINARÏ NOTICE. STRONELL& BUCKLEY will submit to pubUc competition, as soou as landed, at their General Sale Rooms, Edward-street, 2 cases assorted Clocks 1 case Organ and other Concertinas 2 crates Croekeryvvare, Sec, Sec Particulars in future advertisements. The foregoing have bee...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

17101! SALIC, a TEAA1 of TEN BULLOCKS, J thoroughly broken in, and in good condi- tion. Apply to Air. JOHN RAYNBIRD, on the Great Cabbiigo Tree Creek, Bald Hill Road. 4138 1710R SALE, a nearly new TIP DRAY, J Apply J. KAYSUR, Pollery-slrcef, oil Brunswick-street, Forlitudo A'ulloy. 4133 FOB SALE, ALTGHT AMERICAN EXPRESS AVAGO ON, with Shafts, Pole, and Hood complete; and Doublo and Single Harness to match. 3S20 BRIGHT, BROTHERS & CO. ÍACíd CEDAR and AAIERICAN PINE UL/l_/ DOOKS, assorted sizes, FOR SALE, al reduced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Queen street. 3127 1 AAA FAIRS CEDAR and AMURL XVJLfU CAN PINE SASHES FOR SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. 3128 £)f\ TONS English and Scotch GALArA ÄU NIZED IRON, 0, 7, 8, and 9 feel length«, now ON SALE, in largo or Binull quantities. R. HUTCHINS, Queeu-Btrcct. 2670 N 0 AV ON SALE al the VICTORIA SALE ROOMS : 100 bugs Prime MAIZE 100 bugs BRAN 5 lons ADELAIDE FLOUR 100 bugs POTATOES (primo sample). 3701 R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. A r\ B...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

BIRTH. WARREN.-On the 28th ultimo, at Fortitude Valley, the wife of Mr. G. Warren, of a son. DEATH. Warren.-On the 1st May, Amelia, the beloved sister of Mr. George Warren, who arrived by the ship Everton, of consumption.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. April 29.-Anne Sanderson, brig, from Ade- laide ; Madras, barque, from Melbourne. DEPARTURES.   April 29.-City of Brisbane, steamer, for Bris- bane ; Grecian and Remark, brigs, for ports un- known.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

FOR IPSWICH. THE Steamer SETTLER will leave Raff''s Wharf, on Tuesday (TO-     MORROW), the 3rd May, at 5 a.m., for the above place. P. W. JACKSON,   4158 _ Master. WEEKLY TRIP TO CLEVELAND. THE Favorite Steamer DIAMOND   will be despatched to Cleveland     from Raff''s Wharf, on SATURDAY next, at half-past 11 a.m., returning nest day at noon. Fares-5s. and 7s. 6d. Cargo received by Messrs. Geo. Raff & Co. BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., Agents. STEAM TO CLEVELAND. BI-WEEKLY TRIPS.on THURS   DAYS and SATURDAYS. Un-   til further notice, the DIAMOND will make an additional weekly trip to this favorite watering place, leaving Raff''s "Wharf every Thursday and Saturday. BRIGHT, BROTHERS, & CO., 4032_Agents. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - The CITY OF BRISBANE, on WEDNESDAY, May 4, at 5.30 a.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON. -The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, May 10. ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. April 29 -Yarra Yarra, steamer, from Syd- ney, en route to Maryborough. Passengers - For Brisbane: Mr. Stenhouse, and 20 in the steerage. For Maryborough Mrs. Culmsee, Miss Fletcher, Miss Smith, Miss M Smith, Miss Coule, Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. E .S. Ross, child, and two servants;   Messrs. Canning, T. Stewart, Captain Leddra; and 8 in the steerage. April 30-Caroline, schooner, 64 tons, Cap- tin Thomas Harris, from Warrnambool the 18th April. No passengers. Bright Brothers, agents April 30-Diana, schooner, 88 tons, R. A. White, from Melbourne the 21st April. No passengers. Bright Brothers, agents DEPARTURE April 30 -Collaroy, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain Milman, for Sydney. Passengers-Messrs. C. Solomon, Lear, A. O. Herbert, Thomas Forbes, and about 7 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Wave of Life, from Maryborough 50,000   feet sawn timber, W. Pettigrew.   Vixen, from SydneY: 40 bales hay, 20 casks vinegar, 20 boxes raisins...

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HARD CASH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

HARD CASH. Mr Charles Reade's novel, Hard Cash (3 vols.,       Sampson, Low and Co.) reveals to us an aspect of society which, unless the author has mon- strously exaggerated matters, ought immediately to unite all men in an effort for its alteration.   It has been said and not without a gram of truth, that the tendency of highly organised   societies or nations is to breed within themselves certain subordinate organisations, which aims at the accomplishment of separate ends and merely use the general laws of the community as means of effecting their several purposes, without any   care for the common good, just as those crea-   tures called eutoza are bred and nourished in     the living body, and fatten upon it even in its decay. The statement may be but a metapho- rical flourish, suggested by the physiological fact, yet it cannot be wholly overlooked, or treated as...

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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

AGRICULTURE. The value of town sewage, long as the subject has been discussed by farmers and servants, is still far from being a settled question. While Mr. Mechi, of Tiptree, backed by the opinion of Baron Liebig, maintains that the best possible crops can be grown at the least possible cost, by means of liquid sewage, Messrs. Lawes and Gil- bert maintain that its manurial value is so low that, in most cases, the cost of its application is greatly more than the cost of its constituent parts in any of the artificial guanos now made by competent and respectable manufacturers of artificial manures. Which of these opinions are we trust to? Baron Liebig is probably the greatest chemist of the day ; and Lawes and Gilbert are indisputable the most trustworthy of   experimentalists in farming matters. Mr. Edward Wilson, who is an enthusiast in every- thing connected with the public welfare, states, in a letter to the Argus last, week, that the sub- ject of town sewage is one t...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart : Land at Kangaroo Point, Windemere Estate, New Orleans Estate, and Building Sites at Milton. MR. W. H. KENT,at 11 o'clock, at Tattersall's   Horse Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Spring Carts, Harness, and Saddlery. MR. R. CRAWVFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Horse Bazaar : Horses.

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DIARY. MEMORANDA [?]LL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. April Sun High Water on Bar 1864. Rises Sets Morn. After 2 Monday. 6 31 5 23 6 30 6 54 MOON.—New, May 6th. 10h. 26m. a.m.

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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF GARDINER. (Abridged from the Empire of the 22nd April.) BEFORE Captain Scott and Mr. G. Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 2 May 1864

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF GARDINER. (Abridged from the Empire of the 22nd April.)   BEFORE Captain Scott and Mr. G. Hill. The adjourned magisterial inquiry was re- sumed on Wednesday morning, in Darlinghurst Gaol, in the case of the Queen against Francis   Clarke, alias Gardiner, charged with feloniously shooting and wounding with intent to kill troopers John Middleton and William Hosie, at the Fish River, in this colony, on the 16th July, 1861. The inquiry was held, as before, in the common-room of the debtors' ward, before Cap-   tain Scott, P.M., and Mr. George Hill. Counsel     for the Crown, Mr. Forbes, instructed by Mr. Frazer ; for the defence, Messrs. Roberts and Redman.   John Middleton recalled and sworn.   By Mr. Forbes : The pistol produced I re- ceived from Hosie ; I saw it taken out of the prisoner's hand by Hosie, and it was afterwards   handed over by him to me ; ...

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

PETTY VE13TS COVST. Monday, May 2. Betorr the Pohto Magistrate and Mi Bnwiuis draj i Lamio-Action for £9 15s Gd, goods sold and dchveied No appeiuauco ol defendant A ei diet foi plamtill 'lav loi v Llojd-Case postponed on apph tallon of defendant Moon i Aranes-Action foi £5 foi lcfiesli n cuts piovidcd Mi Dojle upptaicd foi tit ftiitlant, who it nppcaied had paid n portion of the iuontj, and pioiiusecl tht ltmanidei Arcrditt for plamtill An application bv de fendants attoinej foi anew hial was giantcd /cuo i AVagnei-Vttion foi £t> damage done bj defendant s cuttle to plamhll s gai den Mr Cook appealed foi plaintiff, and Mi Gnrnck foi defendant lito caso was con dueled thiougli a Gummi mtcipietci, and it appealed fiom tho ovideuee that a ccitiun fence, cuelo«mgland which plamtill c1 tuned lind been pulled down, when Hu ciltie got in nnd did Hie dniiingo complained of 'Hici e w is some dis pute howevu, as to (lie owiiu-hip of the land, ami on that gi omul Ml Gin nek applied foi a c...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUT TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA, MAY 2. THE OWEN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ed ? (FH03I OClt TEMKlttAPnlO COIUlESrOSDEXTS.) a- / TOOAVOOMBA, H.vï 2. 1>J' ~T- Tun* owejt ituuiinu. A im named Alcxaudci Richi» ds vi as appro hended at Lcjbuine last night on the charge of nun dering Mi Owens Hu. cv idóneo against linn is circumstantial but dun He was seen on tho load on the daj of the murdo piactising with pistols bj (inn.; at tices Ho also rando enquiries if Ali Owen- had pi'sul A\hcu tho police went lo Kiehaids house thoj w ci o told tint ho was not ni lhej in Bistcd, how ci ei, upon stai thing (ho premises, and found the man in a bull oom ho hav mg shaved oil lu» wluskeia and moii«tHthios It appeals that the piisonei had a dispute w ith Ali 0« elis about «ohio huts vv Inch he built, Ali Owens doductmgJC20 m coiisoqucneo of one of the huts falling down A mau named Hujts a male of Iîithnids was nppuhended on tho same evening as he had been he-iul to tin eaten Au On ins An inquest is to bo held tins dav Quat satisfaction has been o\picssed ...

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