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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

ABblRACi OF -v.L,t, b\ ALOJ.10A Till-! DAI MESSRS. MARTIN i DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart: Saws, Mortising Machine, Potatoes, and Sundries. At 11 o'clock, at the MarketrAVharf : Sawn Pine Timber.

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

8D&e Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, 2U.T 3, 18G1. Scattered throughout the colony (hero ure various plots or parcels of land which had, from time to time, been granted to various religions denominations tip to the date of the abolition of State Aid in 18C0 ; anil, before and since that date, divers lands have been set apart in many locali- ties for charitable, educational, or recrea- tivo purposes. In' a number of places, these grants, except for the last-mentioned object, aro larger than necessary for the actual purpose for which they vero set apart, and accordingly an Act was passed in 18G1, enabling the trustees ol' such grants to obtain letters patent of incorpora- tion, and, under tlio powers conferred by such letters patent, to render moro avail- able the property held in trust. That Act, -however, failed in a material point. It did not give power to trustees to mortgage or lease. Hence (he Ipswich and South Bris- bane Schools of Art wci-e compelled to ob- tain spe...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. MONDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERArATTONS. | Tai-en al 9 a.m. Monday, Mat 2. Brisbane.-Barometer (corrected) 298G5; thermometer (shade) 02'7 ; ditto (dry bulb) 62-3 ; ditto (wet bulb) 5S7 ; force of wind 2 ; cloud 10. . (Per Electric Telegraph.) SrusiY.-Barometer (corrected), 30-121 ; thermometer (shade), G0'2 ; ditto (dry bulb), 01-0 ; ditto (wet bidb) 57-3 ; force of wind 2 ; cloud 10. ?WIND AND WEATIIEIt. Brisbane, S.S.AV. and raining ; Lytton, S.E. and raining ; Ipswich, AA*. and showery ; Laid- ley, S.E. and raining; Toowoomba, calm and slight rain ; Drayton, S.E. and raining ; AVar- wiek, S.E. and raining ; Dalby, S.E. and rain- ing ; Sydney, S.E. and showery. Rain full dur- ing last 24 hours, 2'2S0 inches.

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

MEMOH.ISOA TILL SLIT PCEUCiTIOX 3 I TucsJnj. Sol« 6 -.'J I lüuh IVnicron li.. Jlon.v.-Neiv, M.iy Clli, lOh. 26m. n.r

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PROPOSED ICE MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

FUOPOSED ICE UANtTEACTOSI'. A AI0VT3ITNT ha» been projected, under pro lmsmg auspices, for the establishment of an ice manufactory ni Brisbane riieicaieftw nmong«t us who would not hail with.plcisiut thepio vidmg of a regular supplj of ice, whith, while aflorchng numeious other«iso uiiattam ebie luxui les, is, in this chmitc an absolute noces' sitj foi healthj living Tho use of ice his betomo general in Sjdnej, Altlbourne, and Ade bude dm ing the past sov cn v tai s, and it is high time that Biisbamtes pailitipatcd m the adva« tnges enjoj ed bj om southci n friends 'Ilicj do not now, as in past times, depend foi no upon the keen specidatious of Yankee inei chants, who long made lingo profits from then lmpoi talions of AVenham Lnko blocks, but, thtough tho wonderful inventions of Ham-on, a A'ictoiian, and of Jucollc, a lesidcnt of ¡bid noj, thej aie enabled to pioduco bj ait, what, befoic, thtj w tie indebted foi to îsature Jil London, where the consumption of ice 1« G0,000 tons pei ...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

SYDNEY SHIPPING. [DY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.} AltRIVAIS. April 30.-Agnes Irving, steamer, from Graf- ton ; Samson, steamer, from Manning River ; Ann Bateson, schooner, from Port Frederick; Queen of the East, ship, from Liverpool. May 1.-AVonga AVonga, s.S., from Mel- bourne ; Kembla, steamer, from the Clyde ; Sarah, brig, from Yankallilla ; Clutha, schooner, from Port Fairy. DEPAIITURE. April 30.-Result, brig, for'Ncwcastle.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

SHIP MAILS. The mails per the City of Brisbane, steamer, for New South Wnlcs, A'l'ctoria, South Australia, "and Tasmania, will bo made up and closed ntthe General Post Office as under, this day (Tucs day): For registered letters at 5 p.m.; for ordi- nary letters at 7'30 p.m., and for newspapers al G p.m. Tile late fee mail for Sydney and Melbourne only, will be closed at 8 p.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

Auction Sales. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, to bo held by MARTIN & DICKSON, at the City Auction Mart, during the current week; commencing each day at 11 a.m. : TUESDAY Circular Saws Mortising Machines Endless Bauds Floor Cramps Ac, &c. WEDNESDAY Split Peas Groceries 4c, 4c. THURSDAY As per advertisements SATURDAY Maize Furniture Sundries 4c, &c, &c. 4140 AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE. PADDINGTON, WEST BRISBANE. Inconsequence of delay in completing the clearing of the ground at Paddington, the Proprietor has deemed it prudent to postpone the sale of this suburb untd SATURDAY, May 11, at 2p m., For the purpose of allowing the public ample time to inspect every allotment, and Litho- graphs of the property can be obtained on ap- plication at tlic City Auction Mart. The sale will be ' held on the ground at the hour and day abovo-nientioned, and tho public will be com eyed from Qiu'cn-streef: to tho spot, by omnibuses, free of expense, prei Sous to the sale. Luncheo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

FOB SALE, a SIGN BOARD, CEDAR, COUNTER, and PARTITION. Apply to J. BERKLEY, Chemist. -1035 I.AOR SALE.-PATNA BICE, Just Landed. : MOLISON, BLACK, & SMITH. .117-1 FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED Bran, a fresh sample. Adelaide Jnms, in lib. and 2 lb. tins. -1176 MOLISON, BLACK, efe SMITH. £*{~\C\ CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE DUU DOORS, assorted sizes, FOR SALIS, at reduced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Queen strcct.__3127 Î A AA PAIRS CEDAR and AMERI 1UUU CAN PINE SASHES POR SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Quecn-strcct. 312S i)A TONS English and Scotch GALVA ¿¡\J NIS5ED IRON, 6, 7, 8, ando feet lengths, now ON SALE, in large or small quantities. B. HUT0H1NS, Qucen-strcct. 2G70 NO AV ON SALE at tho VICTORIA SALE ROOMS : 100 bags Primo MAIZE 100 bags BRAN 15 tons ADELAIDE FLOUR 100 bugs POTATOES (primo sample). 3701 B. HUTCHINS, Qucon-slreet. A A BALES PRIME OATEN HAY, now ¿UAJ on sale. li. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Qucen-slrcet. 410C N O AV ON SALE AT THE VICTORIA SALE ROOMS. 3 A A A A SUPERIOR H...

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NEWS AND NOTES. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

bio NEWS AND NOTES. BY A SYDNEY MAN. April 29. th let A. ou will icceivo this by the good ship City of Bnsbnne, a splendid vessel, mid one windi ho Captain Knight may feel proud lo command m tho old Bnsbanc trade Hie Australasian jjC Steam Nav lgation Company are desei v mg of all cicdit foi then eulupiiso, which seems ovu i cndi lo meet demand vi iib supply A\ hen Hio old Boomerang made bei nppcinanco m tho mu Biisbnnc, it wns thought Hint something rathol niigiiilieent lind been achieved Lien the moic ancient Lagle, as being Bpeciallv de «lgnid foi IheBiisbnno trade, was regal tied tis no small btei m lho«o lins Pi i hips «onie ancient mux lemcnibu Iho llotuishing news pipu îepoit ot Hit grand spiend Hint wns "not ' given on bond of lui on bei iiislnmvnl But now von have, m youl own local Queens land and tile Cil i ofBiisbane something lo keep 1 oin lopulahon uhve in the shippmgluie II ope, bj tho wai,.Hint the good example «el winn the Boomerang was initiated will not be foigotlm...

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COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE COURIER Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

COM M li i? CM AL. BitiSDANE Courier Office, "? Monday Evening. I'' Messes. Martin and Dickson sold by auc- tion to-day, 5 allotments of land at Kanguroo Point, fronting Holraan-strcet and tho river, containing in all 3 roods and 21V perches, for .C7f0. An allotment in tho same street, con- taining 7V perches, brought £51, and 11 allot- ments of lund at Milton, situated near to Air. Mnrkwcll's rcsidonco, each containing 1 rood, realised £170 ; besides several smaller proper- ties at fuir rates. Tho follow ing is a return of the stocks in bond for the week ending April 29, ISO 1 :-Brandy, 81,120 gallons; rum, 11,801 gallons; whisky, 11,718 gallons; gonovu, 3G10 gallons; gin, 2542 gallons ; liqueurs, 950 gallons ; perfumed spirits, 118 gallons ; spirits of wine, 39 gallons ; wine, 15,522 gallons; tobacco, 30,400 lbs; opium, 69 lbs; cigars, 1117 lbs ; lea, nil.; coffee and chicory, 4480 lbs ; snuff, 171 lbs ; sugar, row, 25 tons ; ditto, refined, nil. The appended returns show tlio amo...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

3IUXICIPAL COUNCIL. A SPECI Ki meeting of tho Municipal Council was held vcsterday afternoon The whole of the member» were present with the exception of Udcrninn Al-iyno Prev lous to the inmutes being rea 1 Alderman Petwi asked the Alajor what was the object of calling a special meeting The At i\oit st ited in itplv that he bad been rcque ted to call the meeting bv se-cral nldei men, but be did not know what for JIIMTF3 Hie minutes of tho previous meeting were read and n motion w as made for their coufir mahon when Alderman PnniE objected that the fact of Alderman Brookes having been «ent foi tomako up a quorum had not been recorded Udciman Baooi.ES denied that he had been «cut for Aid« man Pftbie desired that the raes enger should be called in ordei that he might pi ov e his point He thought it was desirible that tint fact should boiecoided and also the motion which had been malo bj Vldermnn Stephens for the suspension of the standin0 oulcia Hie M x1 or «aid it wianot nccessnrv to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

BIRTH. Stockwell-On the 30th April, at Tank- street, Brisbane, the wife of James Stock- well, Esq., of a son.  

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. May 2.-City of Brisbane, A.S.N. Co.'s steamer, 840 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, from Sydney the 29th April. Passengers : Mrs. Beauchamp! Dr. and Mrs Plowman, and child, Miss Dick, Messrs. Bedsley, J. Fullerton, AV. Fullerton, AV. B. Alexander, R. Smith, J. A. Scott, I. Brodie, T. Broche, A Want, C. Munro, and 26 in the steerage. For Rockhampton : Messrs. T. S. Hall, Aumuller, and Davis. DEPARTURES. May 2.-Lorenzo Sabine, barque, 173 tons, Captain Thom, for Newcastle in ballast. No pissengers. Yarra Yarra, A.S.N. Co.'s steamer, 650 tons, Captain Chatfield, for Maryborough. Pas- sengers: Mrs. Cuhnsee, 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, Hill, Smith, Scott, Murdock, Captain Leddra, and about twelve in the steerage. ' CLEAEANCE. May 2.-Johan Cesar Gorman, barque, 411 tons, Captain John Henry Falck, for Valparaiso, with original cargo. No passengers. IMPORT...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 3 May 1864

FOB, IPSWICH. mHE Steamer SETTLER will lcavo ? JL Raff's Wharf on WEDNESDAY J (To-morrow), tlio 4th instant, at 7 a.m.. for tlio above place. 4195 P- W. JACKSON, Master. STEAM TO CLEVELAND. ,«v¿ "D I-WEEKLY TRIPS on THUES fflvjj DAYS aud SATURDAYS. Un «Ssä*-til further notice, the DIAMOND w ill inako an additional weekly trip to this favorite watoring place, leaving Rail's Wharf every Thursday and Saturday. BRIGHT, BROTHERS, & CO., 4032 _Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION ^ COMPANY. «8»\k mHE MAIL STEAMER QTJEENS JJEOgr. A LAND, will leave for MARY BOKO UGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, May 10. 3512 .¡Sirtv A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI Jy|i£-aL GATTON COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - Tlio CITY 03? BRISBANE, on WEDNESDAY, May 4, at 530 a.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON.- Tlio CLARENCE, TUESDAY, May 10. No advanco in rates. TO MARYBOROUGH. - Tlio YARRA YARRA, 48 hours after arrival. TO IPSWICH Tho BRISBANE, This Day, TUESDAY, May 3, at 630a.m. Tho IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, May 4, at 7 a.m. T...

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

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 2. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—Sarah Jones, for habitual   drunkeness, was sent to gaol for a month. Thomas Brown was fined 10s. for drunkenness.

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THE STATE OF MARGARET-STREET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 May 1864

-:-:^=== pO TUE STATE OF MARGARET-STREET, sn TO THE EDITOR OP TUE BRISBANE COURIER, j ?? Sir,?Somo few days ago tho Corporation of Brisbano made a show ol' mending Margaret street, by throwing down about ii dor.cn carl loads of mould in thc middle ol'it. Since then nothing moro has been done, thereby leaving tho inhabitants in a far more deplorable stale (lum they wero before, as (he few cartloads of soft earth thrown down only tends to mako matters considerably worse. I don't seo why tho corporation should motal Alice-street, where Ibero is comparatively no trudie, and leave Margaret-slrecl, where (hera is ii large amount of I mille, in its present impas- sable stale. I am, sir, your obedient servant, A VICTIM TO THE I'ltESENT STATE OF THE ROADS. Brisbane, May 3, 1801.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 May 1864

T [JRTLE SOUP at M'ADAM'S THIS DAY, from 12 to 3 o'clock. 42ili POMPS. PUMPS. PUMPS. BRASS and Iron, common lift, lift and forco, deep well Uro Pumps and Engines. WATER TANKS?All sizes from 2d. a gallon, made from the best galvanised iron. MOREWOOD and ROGERS best gal- vanized corrugated Iron SheetB, from 4 to 0 feet. BEER ENGINES, Spirit Fountains, Pewter Measures, Taps, &c., Sec. T. J. BOWN, 40-11_101, Bathurst-stroet, Sydney. rpANICS. TANKS. 'PANICS.?Superior X quality, made to order, any size, from 100 to 5000 gallons ; round or oval, at moderate prices. AV. HOAVAHD is now in possession of im- proved machinery for curving galvanised iron for Tanks nnd A'erandnhs. N.B.?Tho trade supplied with curved gal- vanised iron (any circle) at the lowest, rales, Mark tho add ess?HOWARD'S Valley Gal- vanised Iron mid Tin Plato Works, AViokhiiin street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. 4107 T710R SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. Tcnnont's, Bass' No. 2, Allsopp's, and other brands of first-class Al...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 May 1864

&fre <tmmn\ PUBLISHED DAILY. WXDXKSDAY, MAY 4, 18G4. The Deport of the Hoard of General Education for 18G3 cannot be regarded as oilier than a gratifying proof of the excellence of tho system which Queensland has adopted for the preparation of her youth for the business of after-life. Yet tho experience of the working of that system for tho brief period of four years shows us that, good as it is, it is suscep- tible of improvement. AVe aro the better prepared to consider this calmly and with- out prepossession, when wc know that what we aro disposed to accept as an improve- ment can be efl'ected without interference with the educational polity of the State. And, indeed, the fact of its coming before us in the shape of a recommendation by the Board demands for it the most careful attention. Thc more so, because on a past occasion we gave ourselves tho liberty of certain strictures upon the constitution of tho Board in tho belief that (as subse- quently came lo pass...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. TUESDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 4 May 1864

it, METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Gr. Taken al 9 a.m. of ¦ T[/E3dav, Mai* 3. Brisbane.?Barometer (corrected) 30'077; thermometer (shade) G2'0; ditto (dry bulb) G2'0; ditlo (wet bulb) 590; force of "wind 1 j cloud 4. (Per Electric Telegraph) Svdnev.?Barometer (corrected), 30-274; thermometer (shade), GOO ; ditto (dry bulb), 57'S; ditto (wot bulb) 501 j force of wind 5; cloud 1. ¦WINI) AND WEATHER. Brisbane, S.AAr. and showery. Rain full during last 24 hours, 1MG7;. Lytton, S.E. and cloudy; Ipswich, ASr. and fine; Laidley, S. and fine; Toowoomba, calm and fine ; Dray Ion, E. by S. and fine; AVarwick S.E. and cloudy ; Dalby, S. and fine; Sydney, AA'.X.AV. and fine.

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