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IPSWICH ASSIZES. (Abridged from the Queensland Times.) TUESDAY, MAY 3. BEFORE His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche. INDECENT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
IPSWICH ASSIZES. (Abridged from tho Queensland Times.) Tuesday, May 3. BEroiiE His Honor Air. Justice Lutwyche. IXK-ECEST ASS WET. William John Campbell wns indicted for linimg, on the 11th of Apiil last, at the borea mile Cieek, unlawfully and indecentlj assaulted one Barbara Plat?, a female child under the a"o of tweho vears,-nnmel), of the ago of eleven yeal s und six months Ihepitsoner, who was undefended, pleach not guilty r Tho plaintiff, Plat?, is the daughter of a fai mer hung ut tho Sei en milo Creek Oil Thuisday, the 11th of last mouth, as she was letunnng home fiom Little Ipswich she «aw thopiisonci He wns on hoiscbaik, and sho was lidmg also , when she got ns fur on the way home tis Clmile) Bieebt s lodging boase, the pnsoner carno up and asked her if sho had sien ail) bullocks, she said she had not, ho then asked bei to wait a little, but she replied that sho could not, as she was ina burr) to get home, he then caught hold of her horses budlc, and got oil I113 01m hore,...
PROTECTION OF PROPERTY AT FIRES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
PROTECTION OF PROPERTY AT FIRES. TO THE EOITOIÎ OP TOT BRISHAXE COüIUEIt. Sin,-I lime united snico lho Into iii o m Queen street hoping that «omo moie able pen thin linne would t iko up lho a Ivoean of n meisuio thoabsinco of nhith has been pi et ti fiicli commented upon ni com us ition though so hu nslein loirn it ha» not ict nmong lho niniii suggestions itsiilting fiom pamful expeiunie of tho late file found a place m the publu journals -I allude to lho nant of an oigtintstition for proteetion of piopeiti rescued fiom fue I liai o been pi escnt at Hu co 01 four of the flies that lime ociuucd m Bu-bino dining the last few i cm s and liai e noticed ii lth much pam, tho îeckliss manner in ii huh propeit) rescued fiom tho flu has been ticited bl those whose 7cal outiim thin disent ion-the ellect of nInch lins been the whole nlo destitution of much Miluabli piopeiti ii hub a little of ion cortcd netion might lim c prei euted I would, theiefou suggest that a tot ps of «pecinl con stnble...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MB.' R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at tho j .' J Pound Yards : Horses. MESSRS. TRUNDLE & CAMERON, at 12 ;]jO'clook, at their Rooms : Furniture and Sun- dries. .' , Matbimonv.-A matrimonial infclligoncu j , oflico 1ms boon opened in St. Catharine', Canada. Ladies Bonding in their names or initials ure re- quested to inclose a photograph _ for tho inspec- I tion of those »bout to make a choice.-Canadian ' Ptyer.. . »»'isV
THE SERVANTS' HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
TILE SHIiKAXTS' IIOMH. Tin: following, which is tho first quarterly report of the abovo institution, has bcon for- warded lo us for publication : The committco of tho Servants' Homo havo pletisuro in submitting lo the subscribers a re- port of tho progress of lho institution during the first thrco mouths of its existence, which is now completed. Uixeu'Ts asi) ExrEXDiTuni: ron 1st Quartku xxdixo Marou 21. JlEOm I'TS. Subscriptions and Donations ...£297 2 5 Inmutes' AVcekly Payments, Regis- tration Fees, anil AVashing ... 41 9 2 £311 11 7 ?EXr-EXSES. Thrco Months'Rent . £22 16 6 Matron's Salary . 9 0 0 Furnishing House. 8t 5 10 AVeekly Expenses. 3S 11 9 Advertisements . 11 19 'I Loan to Building Society. 100 0 0 Balance . 77 l8 8 £311 11 7 The Homo lins boen furnished with every- thing necessary for tho comfort of tho inmates, whilst at the samo linio tho "committco huvo boen enveful that the money entrusted to them should bo expended with duo rogan! lo economy. ' Accommodation was at...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. THURSDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
I METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 'J a.m. Thursday, May 5. BRI3B.U.-E.-Barometer (corrected) üU'lJ-l; thormometcr (shade) 06'0 ; ditto (dry bulb) GIO; ditto (wet bulb) GOO; force of windi; C1°U(11- . T ? i \ (Ter Electric Telegraph.) Sydxet.-Barometer (corrected), 30'151; thermometer (shade), 5S.0 ; ditto (dry bulb), 530; ditto (wet bulb) 52S; forco of windi j cloud 5. .WIVD AKD WEATHER. Brisbane, S.AV., and fine; Lytton, AV., and fine; Ipswich, calm mid fine; Laidley, calm and fino ; Toowoomba, N.E., and fine ; Dray- ton, E., and fine; AATnrwick, S.E., and fine ; Dnlby, S., and fino ; Sydney, AAT.S.A\., mid fogg)'- _
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OSSEIt VATIOSS. AArE havo been furnished with tho following Rot urn of tho Meteorological Observations taken at (he Electric Telegraph Ollico, Brisbano, during tho mouth of April, 1SG1 : f9n.ni....' i S p iii. ... ( 0 |i.ni .., TliortnoTiotcr (sh uti)) Maximum Tiicrraomcttr 1 (rhudc!) .J Minimum Dltlo (slmüo)... Maximum Sun, (i'icr-1 inomotcr) .J Minimum Gr.iis (ditto) ... Uarotnutur (No of inches ru-*) 0 a.m. ... (luccil to 32 [-3 p.m. ... degrees Fall-J 0 p.iu. ... rvnhutt). Portionofskyobscnreil') g am. 9 1(1 ro|> osclillnj Uns >3 p m. D whole sky .J 0 p.m. 9 xi'muni. 75-2 88» . 71-3 . Minimum. .07 8 .. . 00 5 .. . 54S " JMtn. OS'O 70-8 00 2 90-3 . . 714- .. S0'4 73 S . . 450 ... 02 0 toss . . s to ... Sil 74-2 . . 40-6 ... 635 30 903 . 30 003 . 30113 . 20-593 ... . 27023 >.. . 29 545 ., 29'000 20-SII7 20 912 Elastic forcoofVepou'-i 3 p.m.'753 ... '260 ... -SS2 19 p.m. '00S ... '368 ... '[59 iiamtutv (»Maranoaj» ;.;;;; li? ::; :«?] ~ :T lm> (.9 p.m. 'OS...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
COMMERCIAL. Courier Ollico, Thursday Evening. i1' The cargo of produce ex Die Caroline, sohoonor, fruin Wurrniuubool, was offered nt ..auction bv Messrs. Marlin und Dickson on '.Harris' wharf to-day. Only a portion of it wns sold. Potatoes, in bulk, realised from X'l to £0 ". 6s7 por ton ; thoso in bugs £G 2s. Oil. ; brun brought Is. lid. per hm-hcl ; und onions 18s. por civt.. Tho unsold portion will bo offered at auction in tho course of n few dins. j
WATER POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
WATER POLICE COURT. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. But- &nbsp; &nbsp; tanshaw. ASSAULT—Smith v. Barton-Plaintiff who is second mate of the Excelsior, summoned the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; captain of that ship for an assault ; but as plaintiff failed to appear, the case was dismissed
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. Mat 5.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Cap- tain Audley Coote, from Sydney the 3rd instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. \AToolcott, Miss Littlowood, Mrs. Purdie, Messrs. Bryant, ~ 'Kondall, Thorp, Chaplin, Smith, Cnbitt, Moses, Caldwell, Robertson, E. Fattorini, Lloyd, Wayte, Henry, H. Cosen, Dorsey, Henderson, _Perry j and 39 in the steerage. DEPARTURE. May 5.- Johan Cesar, German barque, 414 tons, Captain Falck, for Valparaiso, with original cargo. No passengers. CLEARANCE. May 5.-Spray, brig, 142 tons, Captain n. Scott, for Maryborough. No passengers. May 5.-AYivc of Life, schooner, 73 tons, Captain AA*. B. Hannah, for Sydney, in ballast. No passengers. IMPORTS. Telegraph, from Sydney: 1 cask chain, 1 bundle trees, 4 packages roll leather, Box and Son ; 10 bags oats, F. M. Bailey ; 4 kegs nails, 3 casks, 12 axle blocks, 0 truck wheels, G "bundles grntiugs, Perry Brothers; 1 cask blacking, 3 cases cheese, 1 case hams, 1 easo bacon, 1 cask , oatmeal, 5 bags vice, 2 cas...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
' NEW SOUTH AVALES. . By tho Telegraph, steamer, which arrived last night, wo havo received files to tho 3rd instant. 'AAro tako lho following oxlrncls from thom : (From tho Empire.) Arson.-"William Radley was brought before the City. Coroner, on Monday, Alay 2nd, by detective Lyons, under remand from the Cen- tral Police Court, chni-geil with arson, commit ted upon promises, situuto in Gcorgc-strccl, und rented as a printing-office by prisoner in the monlh of December, 18G2. It will be in tho recollection of many that before tho inquest on the fire terminated, prisoner left (ho courl (o go (o his lodgings, in King-street, and was novor again heard of until he wns arrested in Colling- wood, Victoria, where, it is slated, ho went by tho nanio of Clarke. Ho appeared in n very amaciatcd mid sickly condition, and on being committed to lake his trial at the Central Crimi- nal Court, lo bo held on the 17th instant, ho was ordered by tho coroner to ha plticod in the gaol hospital. Spurious...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
Auction Sales. . -' THIS DAY. TABLES CHAIRS CEDAR WASHSTAND SOFA SAFE CLOCK TUBS AVATER CASK SUNDRIES, Sec, Sec TRUNDLE & CAMERON will sell, nt their New Rooms, Queen-street, on FRIDAY, Alay 6, at 12 o'clock, Pine Tables American Chairs Cedar AVoshstand Sofa Safe, pine Clock Tubs (washing) Wntercnsk , ( Stretcher and Alnttrnsscs Sundries, Sec, Sec, i.e. The nbovc will bo sold without the slightest reserve. Tenus-Cash. 4279 TO-MORROW. A 10 ACRE FARM, Fronting lho Atain Telegraph Line of Road to L)tton, nnd adjoining the residence of Cap- tain Pym, now in course of erection. TRUNDLE Se CAMERON have received instructions from Air. Phillips to sell, at their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, May 7, at 12 o'clock, " Subdivision No. 1 on subdivision of portion No. 159, in the parish of Tingalpa, county of Stanley. It has a frontage of five chains and seventy-three links to lho Main Telegraph Line of Road to Lytton ; is fenced with a good sub- stantial three-rail fence, nnd adjoini...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
SUPERIOR HOBART TOAVN PALINGS now on siilo. R. HUTCHINS, Queen street. 4301 SUPERIOR HOBART TOWN PALINGS, now on Sale. R. HUTCHINS, 1201 Queen-street. 600 CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE DOORS, assorted sizes, FOR SALE, &nbsp; at reduced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Queen streel. 3127 1 AAA TATRS CEDAR and SCOTCH GALVA- NIZED IRON 15 SASHES FOR &nbsp; SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Quoen-slrccl. 3128 Syf\ TONS English nuil Scotch GALA'A jíAJ NI5ÍÍ0D 1IION, G, 7, 8, nnd 0 fcot lengths, now ON SALIC, in largo or smull quuntitics. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. 2G70 TVT O AV ON SALE 1> ni tho VICTORIA SALE ROOAIS : 100 bags Prime MAIZE 100 bags BRAN 15 tons ADELAIDE FLOUR 100 bags POTATOES (primo sample). 3701 R. HUTCHINS, Quoon-strcct. 40 BALES PRIME OATEN HAY, now &nbsp; on sale. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria &nbsp; Sale Rooms, Queen-street. 4100 TO STOREKEEPERS AND OTHERS. > POTATOES-A Primo Sump on sale. R. HUTCHINS, Queen QA TONS POTATOES-A Primei Sample, Ox_7 now T " STOREKE...
THE COURIER. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
3DÏTC Courier.. PUBLISHED DAILY. \ FRIDAY, MAY O, 1SG1. It must lie a relief to the inhabitants of Brisbane anil the suburbs to know that all obstacles in the way of proceeding with tlio Bridge have, at length, been sur- mounted ; and that the Municipal Council is now, for the first time, in a position to enter upou the prosecution of this impor- tant public work. We have na doubt that all who have the welfare of the city at heart are glad to forget their anxiety and disappointment at past procrastination in the hopeful prospects of the future. And, though one may feel that ere this there could havo been at least a good foot- way spanning the noble stream that divides our city, and thus an end put to all the dismal doublings anont steam-ferries and other less questionable facilities for traffic ; we can as easily forbear express- ing regret for the conveniences that we had desired as we can withhold condemnation of the causes that prevented our obtaining them. We feel that ive can a...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
STEAM TO IPSWICH. ^$MvTHB AMY «'« LOAD CARGO 'Jmk&l. for IPSWICH at ORR mid HÖNEYMAN'S Wharf till Ö p.m. on FRI- DAY, This Day, tho Oth instant._4203 FOE CLEVELAND. 1áS«k THE DIAMOND will be despatched ffl^X from Raffs "Wharf TO-MOR CÄ:=ÄIIlOW, at Jialf-past Nine a in., roturmti" next dar at samo hour. BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., 4286_Agents. «!fok A TJSTRALASIAN STEAM NAYI jMa£l-£l- GATTON COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-The TELEGRAPH, on SATURDAY, May 7, at S 30 p.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON'. -The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, May 10. No adi ance in rates. TO MARYBOROUGH. - Tho YARRA YARRA, 48 hours after arrhal. TO IPSWICH The IPSWICH, This Day, FRIDAY, May G, at 8 a m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, Mny 7, at I 8 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Ofliccs, Brisbane. C"S*S6e PRINCE CONSORT CtriAiv ütciuison, rnoi[ London rr tho Undoioigucd, hcicbj gno A ol no Unit BILLS of LAD1N G for nboio Ycsscl aio to bo picsented »t tho oflico of Mcssis BRIGHI BROTHERS i, CO, who will lcccne all 1 roight...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
MARRIAGES. M'DONALD—YOUNG.—On the 28th ult., by special license, at St. Barnabas Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, John M'Donald, jun., Esq., of Ipswich, Queens- land, to Frances Jenkins, daughter of the late James Young, Esq., Port Macquarie, New South Wales. LEO—O'DONNELL.—On the 1st May, at St. Stephen's Church, by the Rev. Father Rene- han, Richard, eldest son of Patrick Leo, of the Logan, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Michael O'Donnell, at the same place. No Cards.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 5. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—James Robinson, and Eliza Russell (an aboriginal) were each fined 10s. for drunkenness. James Christopher was fined 20s. for a similar offence, aggravated by disorderly conduct. Agnes Ferguson (the woman who &nbsp; &nbsp; created such a disturbance in Queen-street on &nbsp; the previous evening) was fined £2 10s. and &nbsp; 2s. 6d. cab hire ; in default of payment, was senuit to gaol for seven days. Martin Dalton was fined 10s. for drunkenness and disorderly con- duct.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 6 May 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. May 5. The inquest held on the body of Mr. Owens was concluded yesterday. Seventeen witnesses were examined. &nbsp; A verdict of wilful murder wns returned against Alexander Ritchie. William Button and Reuben Thacker were also stated by the jury to be accessories to the murder. The latter man has turned approver. Dr. Sasche, the Coroner, threatened to put Mr. J. C. Whitc, P.M., of Warwick, under arrest for endeavoring to obtrude evidence which he (the Coroner) deemed unnecessary. SYDNEY. Tho trial of Gardiner is likely to be postponed until next term. The Presbyterian Union Conference has re- sumed its sittings. The Riverine Association, it is stated, intends to make another appeal to the government before petitioning the Homo Government for separa- tion. The markets are quiet. The price of wool remains unchanged. ADELAIDE. Flour is rising, and large sales have been effected at £21. Considerable dissatisfact...
BOWEN. (From the Port Denison Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864
¦-.BOWEN.-' (From tho Port Denison Times.) As an impression seems to have gone abroad that the seamen of the Nightingale have not been so fairly treated as they had a right to ex pect, we think it necessary to state that they had no right to expect, as a right, that they &nbsp; should be provided with a free passage at the cost of the Government. There is a proviso in &nbsp; the Merchant Shipping Act that foreign sea- men, in case of shipwreck, shall be sent to their own country, but no such clause exists in the colonial law with regard to British seamen manning coasting vessels. The Police Magis- trate furnished the unfortunate men with fresh clothing and necessaries entirely on his own re- sponsibility, and also set on foot a subscription for their benefit. As the law now stands he could do no more. &nbsp; Herbert-street will soon, begin (to prosont ail imposing upponniuce. Six months havo worked a very marked chango for tho' botlor. .-Within that: limo tho...