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

Auction Sales. MONDAY, MAY 9. Tl .rULHOLLAND A CO. -u-2 o-Ser {ot sal*, J3A. at the Q&eeisisai Hers? B*p«««7> o= MONDAY nert. Mst 9. 8 Head of keary Dranshi Horns, jeri arrived fros: Sydney, in exesile;; OT=i: tko? 6 Hevd oi -xal-brsi qziii Sail* Horses 2 Sydaey Tom Drays And 2 sk- of Harness. Terns?Cash. S&Ie sJ U o'dv-k sksrp. 4355 B3TEACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, to br ceia by MARTIN 4 DICKSON, *t tit; Orv Acctssa Mari, during th* csrrect -reek, CKnnveacisg esch csv as ll s-xc:? SATUBDAY? " Maize Sundries Ac-, Ac, Ac . 4140 AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE PADDINGTON, WEST BRISBANE. Fccoseqaenee of delay, ia cccnplrdng the dearing of ik* crcasd ai Padiiiazwa, tke Proprietor bas deeased ii prade3' to posipoae tie sale of Skis sabarb nata SATUBDAY, May 14, ii 2p^, For the purpose of aEorarinz the public siaple time to inspect ererr alfaraTii, sad Xisao graphs of tile property can be obisiaed on ap- plication et tbs Cirr Aarika Man. s Thjsaleirin beheld aa ike ground ai tke hour a...

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

^^t^rHOBABTTOAVN PALINGS rjBFERIOR*"?*£ HUTCHINS, Queen |5 now on sale. a. *>¦ ^^ street. _- -^TTRTand AMERICAN PINE AOO CDWs,assorttdsues,FORSALE, 0"U,S E. HUTCHINS, Queen ttt reduced prices. *. "¦ 3127 street _ _"-ditr«1 CEDAR and AMERI IOHO OAN PINE SASHES FOR lUUy u HUTCHINS, Queen-street. gALE^bcap. B.11UAV/" * gi2g -rr^_-ir,,?ijsil and Scotch GALVA 90Sd IKON, G> 7, 8, aud 9 feet £{J MZ6g> 1|AJj^> in forgo or siuaU lengths. n%^iTTTcHINS, Quceu-streot. quautiticB. B. Jiu aw >-* 2670 ~ txr ON SALE N attllYICTORIAlAMROOMS: X 100 bags Prime MAIZE ^iSSSffllVAIDE FLOUR ~ v . POTATOES (pruno sample). 100 togB ygggm^s, Q,?Cen-Btreet. -^r^Trvs'PRIME OATEN HAY, now 40 Bofsr\ HUTCHINS, Vitoria S^eBooins,Quecu^trect1-*?u__ ^7^T0lSi»rAND OTHERS. ~ rrnTfct POTATOES?A Primo Sample, 30^-^ 1, HUTCHINS, Queen rt»,..,l" -^^ ORDERS,1 LAND ORDERS!! -T, HUTCHINS, of the Vietorhv Salo ZZZZ~a a t TS ?PATNA RICE, Just Landed, F° MOLISON,: BLACK,'& SMITH. tS0B SUaS, a TEAM of TEN ...

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

ROCKHAMTON By the Clarence, steamer, which arrived last evening, we have received files from Rockhamp- ton to the 3rd instant. We take the following extracts from the Bulletin:-- The Agent.of the A.S.N. Co. received per James Paterson a landing-stage for the use of steamers belonging to the company and dis- charging cargo here. On Saturday last the horses shipped in that vessel were landed by the aid of the newly consigned apparatus, which will be used when the tide permits both for passen- gers and quadrupeds. It is pleasing to notice this compliance with a great want, and compe- tent for the most artificial observer to predict that the timely provision will preclude much danger. Some time back, we were compelled to pass some strictures on an alteration in the arrival and despatch of the Peak Downs mails, whereby it was rendered impossible to reply to a letter received without incurring at least a fortnight's   delay. From subsequent information we have reason to belie...

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

A COLIMA TIS A TION. At tho meeting of tho Council of tho Queens- land Acclimatisation Society, held lust week, refereiico wus mudo by a gentleman present to Barwon' Park, in A'ictoriu, tho owner of whom, Mr. Thomas Austin, had done much to en- courage tho importation of Euglish gamo somo years'ago, and who. now was enabled occasion- ally to invite his friends to join him in a battue. Siuco tho meeting, tho following extract, which is taken from tho Geelong 'Advertiser, has come into our possession;? On Thursday last, Mr. Thomas Austin, of Bar- won Park, entertained a number of his friends to a shooting party. Tho guests assembled shortly after nino, and uftcr partaking of a sub- stantial breakfast, proceeded to tho pluco of rendezvous?tho keeper's lodge. Hero guns and ammunition were wailing, and it having got noised ubroiul iu thc neighboring village of Win- chelsea that thero was gouig to bo a but Ino with tho rabbits, ii great many volunteer visitors hud collected to partake of ...

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TOTAL WRECK OF THE GRECIAN, AND LOSS OF ONE LIFE. (From the Newcastle Correspondent of the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

TOTAL WRECK OF THE GRECIAN, AND LOSS OF ONE LIFE. (From the Newcastle Correspondent of the S. M. Herald.)     On Friday afternoon intelligence was received that the brig Grecian, of Hobart Town, and last from Sydney, was a total wreck on the Nine Mile Bench, which lies between Red Head and Lake Macquarie. The first mate and part of the crew walked into town, a distance of between six and seven miles. It appears the Grecian, brig, left Sydney, on Friday, about one o'clock, bound for this port, in ballast. Captain Grant stood well out to sea, and afterwards tacked and ran in towards the land, the weather being very thick, and blowing a terrific gale, with heavy sea. About three o'clock on Saturday morning the mate fancied he heard an unusual sound, and gave orders to wear tho vessel, but before the order could be executed, she struck, and the next sea drove her well on the sandy beach. The crew and two female passengers - one the captain's niece, and the othe...

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EXHIBITION OF AUSTRALIAN STOCK IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

EXHIBITION OF AUSTRALIAN STOCK IN ENGLAND. Tub following loller addressed lo tho Editor of Ibo Melbourne Economist, appeared in that journal on April 22ud. Tho writer is iv goutlo mttn who bas lind great oxporieuco in tho Aus- tralian coloiiios, and who has, sinco lils return to England, continued to manifest nu interest in their welfare. Ho says:? 1 luke tho liberty of bringing forward iv pro- posal, through your columns, which I think would bo ol' adviinliigo lo your colony, nnd to Australia generally. I am perhaps not assuming too milch in supposing that I um well enough known in your city to mako any explanation.of my antecedents necessary. I beliovo I was longer editor of a public journal in Molbourno than any other person up to this hour, and havo taken an adi vu part in nearly ovory public measure for tho bonofit of your colon)'. Tho idea luis struck ino?Booing tho very great interest that all classes hero tako iu tho stock exhibitions?thal il would bo of material advan- tage...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

BIRTH. EDEN.-On the 6th May, at Gregory Terrace, the wife of Charles Henry Eden, Esq., of a son.

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

NEWS OF THE MEEK., Ebiday Evening. The Ipswich Assizes wero opened on Mon- day, before Mr. Justice Lutwyche; Bothcriini ual and civil business was disposed of by AVcdnesday. On Tuesday, tho Legislative Council met, aud disposed of a few formal matters, tho mo3t im- portant of which was tho second reading of tho i 'trustees of Lands Bill. It is reported that a second newspaper is obout to bo started in Ipswich. Several ladies and gentlemen of musical tastes in Brisbane aro advancing arrangements for tho performance of an Oratorio, in aid, wo believe, of tho organ fund of tho AViokhain Terrace Dis V trict Church. Tho. Intercolonial Cricket Match Committee aro activo in their endeavors to stimulate our cricketers to exertion. This afternoon a select ? eleven Brisbanitcs proceeded to Ipswich to try conclusions with a team of local cricketers, in order lo test tho quantics of tho players from ¦whom tho Queensland Eleven is to bo selected to do battle with New South AVales about the cud o...

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PEAK DOWNS DIGGINGS. (From the Special Reporter of the Rockhampton Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

PEAK DOWNS DIGGINGS. (From the Special Reporter of tho Rockhamp- ton Bulletin.) I sit down to give you my first impressions of these gold-fields at an important and ex- tremely anxious period of their existence. The discoveries of the past two months are attract- ing to the Peak Downs a population which already threatens to double and redouble the old one, and yet undiminished are the tales which daily reach our ears of the numbers " coming" from New Zealand, Sydney, and else- where. Whether tho diggings will furnish em- ployment for all these visitors has yet to be   demonstrated. Meniwhile a "stubborn fact" intrudes itself-there is nothing to eat.   The floods, which have proved so disastrous to you Rockhamptonitcs, have also been a most serious misfortune in their effccts here. I allude to the stoppage of supplies at a season when, had rations been plentiful, prospecting would have beencarried forward extcnsivcly. It is only after a heavy fall of rain ha...

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LEYBURN. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 7 May 1864

LEYBURN.   FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. The Murder of Mr. Owen. --The telegraph has doubtless conveyed to Brisbane ere this the distressing intelligence of the murder of Mr. C. A. Owen, part owner of the Yandilla Station, while returning from Leyburn to his home in Yandilla, on last Friday, about half- past five in the evening. The deceased gen- tleman had attended the Court of Petty Ses- sions held in this town on Friday ; and leaving, with Mr. Hanmer, of Talgai, disposed of the business before the court, he started for Yan- dilla at about half-past three o'clock, in an open carriage, accompanied by the Rev. Mr. Thacke- ray. Mr. Connors, one of the Yandilla over- seers, rode close to the carriage, and two men from the same station followed on horseback, at a distance of three or four hundred yards. They were proceeding in this order, and had passed a place known as Yallamonday, about 11 miles from Leyburn, when a man of short stature, attired in a tight shirt, soiled fu...

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MARYBOROUGH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

MARYBOROUGH. (rnoM otra ovrs cobbespoxdext.) May 5. T tike many otkeis,hnvo been unable to find "J authentic mfoimation as to Lieutenant a'lin 3 prediction concerning the sloim duimg flus month, though lepoits have boen as prora lent us possible Bo tko lepoits, kowovci, what bov max, xvo have now ex cry indication of Si stormy weather being not fur o 1, it is lo ïeïopcd that it wdl not come, but it looks vei) ^Tho citizens of Busbanc, it is to bo surmised, ' "e been so busy duimg the ln«t week watch mo for tho bursting of a storm in the political «tmflifehere, that thev wdl say and Hunk of but Hillvale you "ouldbo no little astonished to hear the anxiot) and eagirniss willi wkuli he Govcrnoi's speeik was enquired foi on tko mivnloftko Queensland hist ihmsdny lhe ónlv two copies that could bo had, weio lead to Httcntnc listeners on tho whail, contmunll) m eiiuptedbj cues of soft soap, bunkum, bosh, te Tust comos a railway to tin 1101 Hi, then iwifortho Dalling Downs laüwax AVi xvnit ...

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KNEBWORTH (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

KNEBAVORÏH. bb (FEO!! ova OXVX COBBESrOXDENT.) t? m ," April 21. 3k, auf poor leuow Hint I mentioned m my last Hint his been drowned in a creak-Dor many miles from heie, was a foreigner, by namo Anthony Jch«h, and to pidge from the papers Hint was found on him, followed tke occupation of amuier , a miner s right, dated Lacklau Dig. gings, 18G2 und tke beginning of 18G3, was found on bira The kor«e xvitk all papers was dulv handed over to the Clerk of the Court at Rockhampton The losses by the floods have, I am happy to say, not proved so very sei ous as was at first anticipated A Mr Permin lost about 120 head ofcatlliout of a mob of 250, w luck ke was driving to some new -ountry on Hie Mackenzie. Six dray loads of wool got a soaking at tke crossing of tke New Peak Downs Rood, on the Dawson, but as it lias since been dried, it being wool mostly w asked, no damage lias bein done On the Nogoa a fivv sheep liai o been washed away, but that only on one station, and also a few bales of wo...

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THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

Tlllî GAZETTE. The following is fnkeii fiom the Goieinment Ga-elte of Satuidiiv hist - Aipointsiemo-Iho Rev Vugu«lus Louis Heydo, Alinistci of the Luthirun Church ie «ulmg at Brisbane, and tin Rev Vdnm Mncmlxie, Ai V , Mim-tci of the Presbvtcunn Church of Queensland, residing afcCie«»brook to net a3 Afluísteis of Religion foi Ike celebration of Afnuiagi» m the toloiix of Queensland nut ÄIwe-ti s Biimnm-Iho lollowmg tiri the legtilnlions foi the Lcvie, to be kihi at Gov irninoiil House, on 1 iicsdnv Max 2 Hk - " VUgontleincn attending tke levee will wem ofliiiul dici«, full unifoiin 01 evening eoiturac Luli gentleman vviU come piovidtd witktwo tnuls with his nnme le"iblv vvnttin thereon one to bo left m the entrance hill and the otlnr to hi given lo the Aide di i imp GuiHemen who han received cnrdi of cnlieo will n-semble m the pimup il chawing loom members of both House« ot Piihiinicut will n«»enible in the dining room, and tin public genirallv m the hull Coniti CTION-lu îcfLjencc t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE WANT OF A TOWN CLOCK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. TUE WAXT OF A TOirX CLOCK. to tub rnrroiî of the iikisiuxk coukieh. Sin-1 piotist against nix pu-enoi in Bu» bine (tint i» to --ix m publit) being eutiielv ovtrlookid I btlong to a xerv old family mid hilve clone good -enleo m even put of tho globe mid -civi the public well and fiutlifullv when piopcrh lieutid, but m this fino uti tktv never «inn to Hunk of me I keir of mil wini bridge« lion«» of parliament, mil n lovui Hull but no town dook 2vow, «u, I hope Hint xou will bring mo into «onie pronu nente us 1 would like to bo of serine ispe milli to (he haul vi01 king <!n"i» who havo to get up oirli-cmlv m the morning-and if jon gin me a good tongue and sound lung-, I shall lit them hear of tho flight of time, and if my fine is illuminated I skull bo all tlio better phased as I will bo m n position also to lit them set (when Sol visits the old country) how stindily thev ure pmsing awuv from enrtldv cart» and toils Tho following xvns written ot oin of mi for...

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ROCHHAMPTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

ROCniIAMPTON. April 29 -Louisa Mai ia, sthoonei, fi om Maty borough Api ü 30 -Annie, schooner, from Hobart Town May 1 -Pacific, schooner, from Mary* borough DEPARTURES Apul 29 -Ben Bolt, kekh, for St Lawrence, Broad Sound May 4-Pacific, schooner, for Maryborough

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diary. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

?U TUL M XT PIBLICJTIOX Shi, isa t. O I Mond-iT, i I lii.li Wn r> l8 j O 33 Monv.-1'ir t Quarter. Mi; II, 41, 33n

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SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

SYDNEY. Jar electric telegraph.] '" ARRIVAL. May 7.-Samuon, stcomer, from Grafton. I"" DEPARTURE. lm] May 6.-Marr Agnes, barque, for Aucklund. rug

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

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken nt 9 a.hi. Sattrday, 31 vy 7: Brisdane.-Barometer, (corrected) 30092 ; thermometer (shade) GOG : ditto (dry bulb) GO-7; ditto (wet bulb) 595 ; force of wind 1 ; cloud 0. (Per Electric Telegraph) Sydney.-Barometer (corrected), 29972 ; thermometer (shade), 530 ; ditto (dry bulb), Gl-3: ditto (wet bulb) 58-7; force- of'wind 5 ; cloud 9. WIND ANO WEATHER. I Brisbane, S.AV., and fine ; Lytton, AAT., and fine ; Ipswich, calm and fino ; Laidley, calm and fine ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ; Dray rt»»" X... ural fine: Ayorwick,"mhn mid G"<' . Dalby, ¡s,., aim nno; sydney, W., and cloudy.

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ROUND ISLAND LIGHT, TRINCOMALEE. (From the N. S. W. Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

ROUND ISLAND LIGHT, TRINCOMALEE. (From tho ii. S. AV. Government Gazette.) AVith reference to the notice from this de- partment, dated 17th February, 1S61, and pub- lished in tho Government Gazette of the 19th idem, the accompanying notice to mariners, re- ¡ speeling Round Island light, Trineomalee, which has been received from the Government of j Cevlon, is publi-hcd for general information. J vs. G. Frvncis, Commissioner of Trade and Customs. Department of Trade and Customs, . Melbourne, April 21,1S61. Notice to Mariners. The red refractors of Round Island light, Trineomalee, having been removed, the fixed bright light will be observed from every point | of Hie horizon. This notice should be considered with the notice dated Master Attendant's Office, Colombo, 19th December, 1863. Jajies Donnas, Master Attendant. I Master Attendant's Oflîce, Colombo. January 29th, 1S61.

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864

COMMERCIAL. Courier Office, Saturday Evening. To-day a rise of £ 1 per ton on Adclaido flour was announced, and the selling price for Maga rcy's, Duflleld's, and Hart's brands is now £30 per ton. AVe arc informed that a telegram from Adelaide, received on Friday, quotes flour at £25 per ton, and that it is rising. It is thought, however, that so sudden au advance in prices in this market is not warranted by the absence of stocks. Mr. Robert Crawford, of the Royal Horse Ba7aar, rcporls:-A most nclive demand for draught stock ; numerous orders have come to hand, but the wants aro unsupplied. The en- couraging accounts from the Peak Downs is the cause of this sudden demand. Several mobs of saddle horses have come to hand, but have not met with ready ??a.'e ; condition is everything this time of the year. He reports having sold a small mob of 25 head milch cows at the Pound ; the average price of which was over £3 per head. Also, that the 'sales have been well at- tended throughout the ...

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