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RAILROAD TO ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

RAILROAD TO ROCKHAMPTON. Tue following is lukcu from the Bulletin of April 2Glh ;? A gentleman has obligingly placed at our disposal tho following queries, transmitted for his reply by un engineering relative in England anxious, mid ho alleges able, if encouragement bo afforded, to throw English capital and Eng- lish skill into Hie construction of u railroad from Rockhampton to Brisbano, or through both, to tho diggings. The catechism is to tho following purport:? 1. If Ibero is an opening for tho railway, would it be belter to liuiko it from Brisbane or from Rockhampton to tho diggings, or through both? 2. Is tho country pretty level, and about how much might bo tho level of tho diggings above tho sea ? 3. AVould Ibero bo any wido rivers to bo crossed ? 4. AV'hat is tho distance from Brisbano to Rockhampton, and what from euell lo tho dig gi"<J9 ? 5. About how many owners might Ibero bo lo tho property through which tho lino would puss ; would Ibero bo immy or few, and w...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

SHIP MAILS. Tho mails for New South- AArales, Victoria, South Australia; and Tasmania, will bo made up and closed at the General Post Office, this day (Saturday), as mider:? For registered letters nt 5. p.m.; for ordi- nary letters nt ,7 p.m., and for newspapers at 0 p.m. The late fee mail for Sydney aud Melbourne only, will be closed nt 7'30 p.m.

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SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

d in SYDNEY SHIPPING. TWO [ny- ELECTRIC TE&EOR.U'H.] «»<l ARRIVALS. Mny 5.?Kembla, steamer, from tho Clyde River. ; Alny G.?City of Brisbane, steamer, from Brisbane DEPARTURES. May 5.?Mundane, for Callao, James Paler son, s.s., for Rockhampton.

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TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

TOOWOOMBA. / (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 7~= May 4. The murder of Mr. Owens has created a great sensation in tho district. The particulars of the affair havo not yet transpired, but I believe they uro substantially as follows :?On Friday, tho 29th of April, Mr. Owens was returning from Leyburn to Yandilla, in company with the Rev. Mr. Thackeray and another man. Mr. Owens -was driving in a buggy, Mr. Thackeray being by tho side of him?tho other man was on horseback. The murderer, whoso uanio is said to bo Alexander Ritchie, rode up lo tho buggy aud deliberately shot Mr. Owens dead? the ball penetrating somewhere near tho nape cf tho neck. 'Mr. Owens fell forward, tho reins dropped, and tho horse bolted. Tho buggy was broken against n tree, but I believe Mr. Thackeray escaped uninjured. So suddenly was tho deed perpetrated that it is said Mr. Tbaekeray could not by'any means agaui rocog liis'o tho murderer. Enquiries wero at duco in" stitutcd, aud resulted iu suspicion resting on th...

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BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT CORRECTED TO DATE. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

BUISBANE PItlCBS UtJKRENT CoimECTED TO OATH. AVisns and Sruirrs. £ .s.?d. £ ». d. 'Brandy,'Marlcll's per gal.', 0 '9 -9 to 0 lu 3 0 13 O' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 ? 0 14 0 0 13 Do. lloiionsy's, do. Du. United AMiicynrd do. 0 8 tl Do. Pinet Castillun (in e.isf!) ..'. ... ..; 1 8 0 Do. best brands, in cases, ? pur dozen,. 1 5 0 Do. iiilVrim-ilo. do. ... I) 13 0 Kain, WX,3>o p. per gal. 0.36 Whiskey, good do. Ho. iii case, p?rdozen ... ??Dn. Hays' Glenlivit ... Do, Danville's, Belfast, . Geneva, J DKJ5, or key, 4 '.'gal. ease Olltoin, best brands per . dozen... Purt, good quality' / per gal. Starry, do. do. Do. per dozen Uliiunpiigne, do, Claret do. ... Hock, do. ... Australian Claret, qrts Du. do., pints ... '¦ Auk asd Pori-rr. Ale, Bliss's No. 3. 0 15 0 Do. hendon nutt Colonial ';¦ Co's ... ... ? Do. Allsopp'*, ... Do. Dawson's, . Dj. Yiiunger's, . Du. other brumla, from ... , Do. in ease, per dozen ... Porter, gouii per ligd. ... Do. Alison's, . Do. in case per ilozon ... Me, Tennent'*...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

SHIPPING. |w^i ARRIVALS. Brij from t Mat 6.?Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Cottier,.from Rockhampton via Maryborough. Passengers, from Rockhampton?Miss Younger, . Mrs. Mau and child, Mrs. Buckley and child, Mrs. Kitchen, Messrs. T. Buract, AV. M. Bow- man, J. Headrick, S. Rogers, AV. Chriesten, AV. Bayley,' AV. T. G. Bnrnet, A. S. Russell, Leith Hay, J. Berteushaw, J. Hutchinson, AV. C. Rush, Kellet, Stewart, May, R. Gray, B. Collyns, A. T. Blackiston, Crawford Maine, J. C. AArilkins, D. Mackay, Martin, Younger, A. J. Ralston, H. Lowe, J. W. Fletcher, Buckley, J. Kitchen, W. Wheeler. From Maryborough?Messrs. G. Casey, P. Graham, Robinson, Martin, Gerbe, Bey. G. M. Reid, and Rev. Lockley, besides 72 Sn the steerage. H. O'Reilly, agent. May 6.?Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain Curpboy, from tho Northern Ports. Pas- sengers?Mrs. Uhr, Miss Uhr, Miss Zillman, Miss AVillmott, Messrs. H. Edwards, J. Edwards, F. Connolly, J. Connolly, AAralsh, Crate, Ridder, M'Millan, AV. F. Ll...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

ArESSEL3 TO ARRIVE.. Vernon, Goldsmid, from Plymouth ; sailed December 13.' 145 days out. Salvia, Rees, from London ; sailed January 28. 99 days out.: Corimie.O.eliiltrec, from London ; sailed from tho Downs; February 17. 7S days out. Warren Hastings, Hedley, from/London vin Soulhampton ; sailed from tho Downs Feb- ruary IS. 77 days out. '¦-.-¦' ? Maxwell, Jones, from London, loading. Legion of Honor, Martin, from London, load »>g Lady Bowen, steamer, from tho Clyde. 67 days out. ' ¦ "-. - Lady Young, steamer, from'- tho Clyde. Charles Edward, steamer, from the Clyde. Bayswater, from Liverpool, via tho Clyde ; sailed February 5. 91 days out. Sultana, AVUliauis, from Liverpool, lia the Clyde, loading. .; Hirondvlle, M'Clemmens, from Adelaide, sailed April 22. li days out. ; Lady Lytteltou, Howard, from Newcastle, loading. '.-¦?'..... '

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CATTLE STATIONS AND PLEUROPNEUMONIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

.CATTLE STATIONS AND PLEURO .-... -jt^EXTMOiru::""'". TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE C0I7RIEII.; Sib,?I believe that it is tho opinion of all persons that the present prosperity of Queens- land is most intimately connected with the de- velopment of her pastoral interest, and tho occupation of tho rich tracts of country now lying waste in the North and AVest. I say tho present prosperity, for it is also equally well known that wo havo many scources ol' wealth, such as cotton, sugar, coffee, silk, and for thc development of which u moro numerous popu- lation is necessary. Our waste country can only bo occupied, un- der the present law, by travelling stock, at once to take possession. Noir, very lbw bf our old runs aro as yet over-stocked j ami thc prevalence ol' scab in New South Wales and Victoria bas induced our Government, rory properly, lo stop tho introduction ol' sheep. There only remains, then, the surplus cattle of tho older runs to oc- cupy this vast extent of country, for the...

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CORRESPONDENCE. ANOTHER ESSAY ON THE CULTURE OF SUGAR. TO THE EDITOR, OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. ANOTHER ESSAY OX THE CULTURE OF SUGAR. TO TnE EDITOR, OP THE BRISBANE COURIER. Sin,?I notico in tho Weekly Herald of Ibo 30th, and tho Daily Guardian of tho -Jib ult., a lot of rubbish in tho shape of what they cull an essay on thc culture of tho sugar cane. The proprietor said it "merited and received tho ciiconiums of tho judges, and is, with thc con- sent of tho author, hero published." In laying out tho soils ho mentions 13 different kinds, one-third of which are not to bo found in Ibis colony. Tho author must be a lunatic. AVhat docs ho want six feet bolow tho surface, " with- out ho mistook tho canes for dead men." The most I can seo iii tho essay is little?too much of tho chalk, limestone, and undulating hind. The variation of juico to tho ton is stated to rango <rom 1200 to 3000 gallons. I think the author had better let liis canes ripen beforo cutting thom down for manufacturing. Ho further states that tho quantity of juice is in- creased by tho c...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 18G-1. Mk,, Macalister., during tliat period when he sat upon thc Opposition benches under the vain idea that lie was destined to eject the then existing Ministry from office, was-guilty, of several'praiseworthy attempts to effect beneficial'reforms with respect, to numerous important matters. At an carly stage of legislation for the colony as ah independent community by tho chosen representatives of the colonists, lie introduced a scries ol' resolutions bearing upon a most important subject, which were car- ried. The. resolutions were to thc effect that, before any appointment was made to tho Police Magistracy of the colony, the successful candidate should have undergone a preliminary examination by equipotent persons which should he a guarantee of his acquaintance with tho ordinary prin- ciples of British law and tho rules in con- nection with thu taking of evidence. .The arguments in favor of the adoption of such resolutions were unanswer- able. ...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. Friday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. J Taken al 9 a.m. Fmday, Mat G. BnisnAxn.?Barometer (corrected) 30,112; thermometer (shado) 59'5; ditto (dry bulb) 590 i ditto (wet bulb) 57'2; force of windi; cloud 1. ....... (Per Electric Telegraph)." Sidney.?-Barometer (corrected), 30-028 j thermometer (shado), OOO j ditto (dry bulb), 58-7; dilto (ivot'bulb)-'''56'2; force of wind 5 j cloud 1. ..... '?'?.¦¦¦¦''" WIXB. AST /WEATHER. Brisbane, S.W., and fine j'Lytton, AAr., and lino j Ipswich, S., - mid (ino j Laidley, calm and lino j Toowoomba, calm mid lino j Dray- ton, E., mid fine; Warwick, E., and fine; Dalby, calm nnd flnoj Sydney, AAr., nnd fine.

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DIARY. MEMORADA TILL NEXT PUBLIXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

MGMOtlAXnA TILL HKXT rnnucATios. Moos,?Fir.*t Quarter, May U, 4h. 33m. a.m.

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Friday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 6. BEFORE the Police Magistrate.   DRUNKENNESS-James Treacy was fined 10s. for drunkenness ; John Connelly, for a similar offence, aggravated by obscene language, was fined 40s. VAGRANCY.-Thomas Lowe, a Chinaman, who has for the past few days been hoverng about the gaol, was brought up on a charge of vagrancy, and ordered to be imprisoned for six months. INSULTING LANGUAGE.-Toohey v. Butler.— Miss Toohey summoned Mrs. Butler for mak- ing use of insulting language. The evidence ad- duccd went to show that a quarrel had occurred between the two families, and defendant was fined 40s. and 7s. costs. In a cross action— Butler v. Toohey, defendant was 20s. and costs. ASSAULT.—Eastwood v. Callaghan.-The   plaintiff did not appear, and the summons was discharged.    

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEEY. MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (rnoM otm lELEGitArnic connEsroxBESis.) SYDNEY. May G. Tue Alabama has been spoken off tho Capo of Good Hope. Tho libel case of Laug v. tho proprietors of the Herald newspaper, will be commenced next week. "T?Mvs. Haswell has been further remanded on tho chargo of being connected with tho recent forgeries. MELBOURNE. Tile markets aro dull. The reported riso in tho prico of Hour at Adeluido ia looked upon as a ruse. Tun anniversary services in connection with tho Presbyterian Church utsSouth Brisbano will be helli to-morrow. In tho morning they will be performed by tho Rovds. T. Mowbray niul S. AAllson, and in the ovoning by tho latter gentle; man. AVo understand that the collections will bo devoted to tho fund for tho erection of a manse. By tlio Telegraph, Wreccivcd a mass of in- formation in reference to tho New Zealand Ex- hibition, which will bo oponcd on tho first Tuesday in January, 1805 :?" Subject to tho necessary limitation of spaco, all persons, whether d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

MOORE AND COMPANY, Merchants and Commission Agents, Brokers, and Custom House Agents. EEFERENCES:?Henry Moore, Esq., Moore's Wharf, Sydney. Messrs. Moore, Hawthorne, mid Co,, Mel- bourne, Alctoria. McsBra. James & Alexander Brown, Now - caBtlo, New South AVales. 2184 AVILLIAM COAArLEY, licensed Surveyor, Queen-streot. TITLES of Property brought under tho Reul Property Act of 1861. Conveyances, Mortgngos, ic, prepared. .AGENCY UNDER THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. TITLES brought undor tho nbovo Act, and Instruments of Conveyance, Mortgage, Lease, io., prepared by GEO. AV. M'KEAND, Queen-street," (adjoining tko Treasury), Bris- bane. HOMAS HUBBARD, SHIPPING and COMMISSION AGENT for every des- cription of Colonial; Produco, Commercial Wharf, foot of King-street, ;Sydnoy. N.B.? jine Dry Storage for Grain, .or porishablo articles, free from romin, 3147 SYDNEY S. NORRIS, WHOIESAIB AND RETAIL Genebal Stobb, Also, Wine and Spirit Store, Mabanoa Store, Condamine. OLD BRISBANE STORE. JOSEPH HO...

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TOOWOOMBA AND DRAYTON. (From the Chronicle, of May 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

TOOWOOMBA AND DRAYTON.   (From the Chronicle, of May 5.) The Late Flood at Balonne River.-We received a note last evening from Mr. Samuel Hyland, who lately occupied the Callone Stores at Balonne River, conveying the unpleasant in- telligence that the whole ol' his premises and stock had been swept away by the flood. He says:-There have been great floods down here. We have had no mails for seven weeks. The flood has caused great destruction. It bas taken away every building at my place. The Callone House and Store, and a good stock ol' goods are gone, and I had a narrow escape from losing my life. The waters came down in the night; before daylight it was in the house, and before sundown it was twelve feet over it. Charge of Murder.-We understand that a man named Powell, who was brought down from the Balonne at the last assizes to give evidence in the case of Regina v. Ellen Woods, and Regina v. James Woods, but was not called by the Attorney-General, has been com- mitte...

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

r at p.m. | COM MK I {CI AL. ff,"' Courier Olfice, Friday Evening TnE past week has shown moro activity in trade than tho preceding one, mid with tho continuance of fino weather confidence appears lo be gradually restored. Tho arrivals per sail- ing vessels from the other colonies have been numerous. Two vessels havo arrived from Victoria, two from Now South 'AValcs, nnd ono with n cargo of flour from Adcluido. Flour continues firm, notwithstanding tho supplies which have como lo hand recently. Statements havo boen made to tho eU'ect, that taking thc present ns an nvomgo season in South Australia, at least two-thirds of tho season's growth of wheat baa beeu exported during tho first three months of the current year, cither ns grain or Hour, and the following comparative statement compiled from the Government returns of that colony, seems to bear out tho assertion :? Total Exports in 1803 :?Flour, 39,335 l-10th lons; wheat, 114,81-1 quarters, equal lo 09,702 lona of Holli'. Exports f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

FOR CLEVELAND. ,*«.j miTE DIAMOND will bo despatched ^'ffllb- X from Hair's AVharf THIS DAY, ,JcScEs--at half-past Niuo a.m., returning next dav at samo hour. 7 BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., 4286 Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION V COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAJrER QUEENS- LAND, will lenvo for MARY BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on,TUESDAY, May 10, at 10 p.m. _ 1 58 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. «**: A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI Jygfcix GATION COMPANY. STE Ul TO SYDNEY.?Tho TELEGRAPH, This Day, SATURDAY, May 7, at 830 p.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON.? Tho' CLARENCE, TUESDAY, May 10. No advance in rates. TO MARYBOROUGH. ? Tho YARRA YARRA, -18 hours after arrival. TO IPSWICH? Tho BRISBANE, TniS DAY, SATUR- DAY, May 7, at 8 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, MONDAY, May 9, at 1030 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, TUESDAY', May 10, at ll a.m. Tho IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, Mayll, nt 12 Noon. Tho BRISBANE, THURSDAY, May 12, at 12 Noon. Tho IPSWICH, FRIDAY, May 13, at 1-30 p.m. Tho BRISBANE, SATURDAY, May l-l, at 1-30 p.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Ag...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR.—May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

VESSELS IN HARBOR. May 6. Ship, Flying Cloud, 1189 tons, Captain H. C. Keen, loading for London. J. and G. Harris, agosta. Ship, . Prince Consort, 1234 tons, Captain Aijcimison, - from Hervey's Bay, discharging cargo. C. Newton Brother lind Co., agents. Ship, Excelsior, GOB tons, Captain Barton, from London, discharging cargo. Wienholt,   Walker, and Co., agents. Jlnrquo, Lion, 210 tons, Captain Bonnott, for Sydney, Gr. Ralf und Co., agents. "ft..Brig, Miss Kilmausogg, 229 tons, Captain T. rt. -f?uw*v.:?... J'h^,., lim r!(,rrl0vdiaflb,!lJV.?!ll<r ,ear//o.. Brig, City of Sydney, 120 tons, Captain J. Webster, from Newcastle. Q.S.N. Co., agents. Brig, Gil Blas, 172 tons, Captain Flemming, from Sydney. G. Raff and Co., ngents. Schooner, Maid of Riverton, 82 tons, Captain Murphy. Captain, agent. Schooner, Alma, 103 tons, Captain Hender- son, from Launceston, discharging cargo at Ralf's wharf. G. Raff and Co., agent. Schooner, Arixen, 120 tons, Captain Lucey, from ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. TRUNDLE & CAMERON, at 12 o'clock, at their Rooms: Land at Breakfast Creek and on the Road to Lytton. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Horse Bazaar: Horses. MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tatter- sall's Horse Bazaar: Horses, Drays. MESSRS. UPWARD & BOWLES, at 11 o'clock, at their Bazaar: Horses, Buggies, Bullock Drays. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart: Onions, Flour, Potatoes, Oats, Barley, Split Peas, Tobacco, Dog Cart.

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