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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. AIR. AV. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tatter- sall'* Horse Bazaar: Horses. MR. R. CRAAVFORD, at 11 o'clock, at the Royal Horse Bazaar: Horses, Vehicles, Har- ness. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart : Land at Sandgate, at Dalby, at South Brisbane, mil in the vicinity of the Gaol. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND & CO., at the Queensland Horse Repository : Horses, Drays, Harness.
MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
MARYBOROUGH. Api il 27 -Adolphus and Tuend*, sihoonus, fi oin Rockhampton, Unknown, sihoouei, from Di lsbanc Apul 2S-Lh/abeth, schooner, fiom Bus banc nrpvRTURrs Apnl25-Pii'ilit, schooner, foi Rockhamp ton Min 1 -Unknown, schooner, for Busbane, with dOOOO Act sawn ' ml« Mnv 2-J h/ubitli, sthoonci, foi Bnsbnni, xviib .17000 n.et sawn Umbu Mp*mp Ranken and Co ure idw-ed Hint the Alfoid, slcaniei, for lallh for Acw Zealand, is cxutitel to minc m the course of the vutk - Citron ele, Mn_ 2
CRICKET MATCH AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
CRICKET MATCH AT IPSWICH. The first Intercolonial Practice Match came &nbsp; &nbsp; off at Ipswich on Saturday between sixteen selected from Ipswich and the district and eleven of Brisbane. The latter left by coach at daylight on the morning of the contest and the game commenced about eleven o'clock. The Ipswich were sent to the wicket first, and about &nbsp; 25 runs were obtained without a stump being' lowered. Follett and Jobbins keeping the field very lively. After the Brisbane had seen through three overs, a few maidens were bowled, and some excellent fielding was exhibited, they &nbsp; were, however a little shaken by the ride, but a better team had never left the metropolis to take part in a match and very confident were &nbsp; they of success. The whole of the remaining &nbsp; wickets fell rapidly, and the total score was 58. &nbsp; Tho Bn«bano tin en ven conlidint of »uni«« communed thm inning« but ill luck ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
-Auction- Sales. THIS DAY. MONDAY'S REGULAR SALE AT TATTERSALLS HORSE BAZAAR. WH. KENT will sell by auction, at Tat . tersell's Horso Bazaar, on MON- DAY, Moy 9, at 11 o'clock, Draught Horses, Saddle ditto, and somo 1 ' choice Brood Marcs, with Foals at Foot. Terms-Cask. 43S7 THIS DAY. HORSES. HORSES. HORSES. EOYAL HORSE BAZAAR. EOBERT CRAWFORD lias been instructed to sell by auction, on MONDAY, Moy 9, at 11 o'clock, 25 bead Saddle and Pack Horses, for unre , served sale, just arrived from the country 7 keavy Draugkt Horses, subject lo Hie severest trials Drays " ' ' Spring Carts Gigs Dogcarts Harness Saddles mid Bridles. .1392 TUESDAY, MAY 10. IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF J. A. JACIÍES. By Order of Hie Official Assignee. ROBERT BAA'IDSON lins received instruc- tions from Hie Official Assignee to sell by public auction, at Hie residence of Hie Insolvent, corner of Alice and Edward streets, on TUES ' DAY, Moy 10, ut 12 o'clock, tke vvkole of the Furniture, consisting of Horse hair Sofa...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (moir our TELEGiuriiio coitarsroxriEXTS.) SYUKESr. May 7. Tnosirsos and Lawrence have arranged to l.lnn in |W> 1-_U.a Maali,- -- - MELBOUENE. Mr. A. Xytc's motion for the ro-lrnusporln tion of convicts lo tlio mother country lins been post poned for a week. ADELAIDE. Tlio differences which caused tho tlriko at AVallnroo lins been arranged. The innrkets arc firm. AArr; have been requested to remind Hie mem- bers of the Managing Committco of the Inter- colonial Match, Hint a meeting will be held to- morrow evening, at the Boyal Hotel, at which sonic very important business will bo transacted. A large attendance is therefore necessary. On reference to our Sydney telegram ive find that Lawrence and Thompson have agreed to play in the match. Is tho Gazette of Saturday appears a not ice slating that there ure now no vacancies in the Government Service, and that henceforth no applications for employment can be received. Those who have been endeavoring lo obtain what ur...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
FOR SALE, AND ORDERS, Inimediutcly available. i BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., Mnry-slrcet. LAND ORDERS.-FOR SALE, in small amounis, or larger sums to tho value of £2000, immediately iiviiilnblo for cnuntry lands. &'. AV. M'KEAND, Qnecn-street, 1050 Adjoining tho Treasury. FOR SALE, LAND ORDERS-Now avail- able for purchnso of town or country lands. GEORGE RAFF & CO. A BARGAIN. 6 LAND ORDERS, Immediately Avail- able, for £14 cncli, Cash. Apply at once, by letter, to J. P., office of this paper. 3335 SUPERIOR nORART TOWN PALINGS now on sale. R. HUTCHINS, Qticen strect. 4301 ßAA CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE OUU DOORS, nssorl ed sizes, FOR SALE, at reduced prices. It. HUTCHINS, Qucen strcel. 3127 1 AHA PAIRS CEDAR and AMERI 1UUU CAN PINE SASHES FOR SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. 3128 i)A TONS English and Scotch GALVA - äU NIZED IRON, G, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths, now ON SALE, in largo or emull quantities. R. HUTCHINS, Qnccn-slrcet. 2G70 NO AV ON SALE at tho YICTORLA. ...
THE COURIER. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, MAY 9, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
Wht Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. 3I0yDAY, J/.11-9, 1801. SixcE the year 1851, when the first and ever to be culled " Great Exhibition"' was held in London, there has been a desire manifested not only in the countries of Europe but in the colonies of England, to encourage tho growth of that noble inter- national good feeling, the establishment of which was contemplated by one who so deservedly has been termed "The Good " Prince." To the late Prince Consort-to him who was, for many of the most pros- perous years which will he recorded in any future history of England, so greatly instru- mental in promoting the extension of science, will many of the colonies now in their infancy be indebted for their advance- ment. It was at his suggestion that an appeal was first made to the various depen- dencies of the empire over which her Majesty holds sway, to forward for the inspection of the old world proofs of the growth of their manufactures of the perse veranee of their people, of their skill, ...
THE SOLDIER'S RETURN [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
THE SOLDIER'S RETURN o. ' find nant iring revu what n of is to very ised, itoh ticttl 'but abed bick tko The d to ' ki- osk, ken ivnit thor lias lue lion Knee-deep in nil u meadow's wealth ono stood as lu a dream ; (Not poet lu his secret Boiver moro rarely rapt could seem .') It was a wight a« soldier dight ¡''«"el from the great old sea From tlio wldo woi lil-ho now had gnined that spot of Memory : He stands when» as a child lie stood ; and long years seem but weeks ; AVoejis tears of rupture on the sward, and thus Im- passioned speaks : " Thou Dreamland of my secret thoughts ! I view thee yet once more . Oh, all is bright and beautiful, as in thoso days of yore ! The very trees !-The sweet, sweet breeze !-and horne on it along, The magie trills, (J sudden larks ! of your Old English .song : These, one and all, absorb my soul ; -on these my memory leeds, Till well I feel I breathe again my rare and royal meads ! No sounds-no sights have left the spot !-Ha ! there's the sume old mi...
WATER POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
WATER POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY7. &nbsp; BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate and Mr. Lyons. &nbsp; DESERTION.—Valentine Samado and Curtddia &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Rabello, natives of the lslandof St. Iago, were charged by the captain of the Excelsior with &nbsp; desertion. The prisoners could not speak &nbsp; English and the services of Mr. M'Donnell, In- spector of Schools, were called into requisition &nbsp; to interpret Portuguese. Captain Barton de- &nbsp; posed that he has engaged the prisoners &nbsp; through the agency of the French &nbsp; &nbsp; Consul at St. Iago, to serve for three &nbsp; years. An agreement was made out in Portuguese and produced in court. the &nbsp; prisoners stated that they only ageeed to ship to Queensland, and on arriving there to be at &nbsp; liberty to depart. The agreement was strangely &nbsp; worded, and it was very diffic...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
STEAM TO IPSWICH. «¡Sttk^rpHE AMY will load Cargo for JsJOeL X Ipswich at Orr and ITonoyuMn's Whjgftill 6 p.m. To-day._4372 "QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION ^. COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leavo for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, To-morrow, TUESDAY, May 10, at IO p.m. 53 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. SñVk A USTRALASIAN STEAM NAYI I1&-ÜL GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - Tho CITY OF BRISBANE, 48 hours after arrival. TO ROCKHAMPTON.- Tho CLARENCE, 'TUESDAY, May IO, at 10-30 p.m. No advance in rales. 'IO MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON. - The. WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, May 17. TO MARYBOROUGH. - Tho YARRA YARRA, 48 hours after arrival. TO IPSWICH Tho IPSWICH, This Day, MONDAY', Mar 9, at 10-30 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, TUESDAY, May 10, at 11 a.m. Tim IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, May 11, at 12 Noon. Tho BRISBANE, THURSDAY, May 12, at 12 Noon. Tho IPSWICH, FRIDAY, May 13, al 1-30 p.m. Tho BRISBANE, SATURDAY, May 14, at 1-30 p.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Ofll...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 9 May 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. MAY 7.-Williains, steamer, 300 tons, Cap- tain McDiarmid, from Rockhampton the 5th instant. Passengers : Miss More, Messrs. Hig- gins, Cooper, Dismond, Donnelly, Livingstone, Gaynor, Bergnill, Hannig, McNulty, and 25 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. &nbsp; May 7.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Cap toin Audley Coote, for Sydney. Passengers : Mrs. Caulfield, Messrs. Ranken, A. Scott, H. Edwards, AV. F. Lloyd, Thomas Martin, T. Ross, AV. B. Roberts, S. Brown, Martin, Zerbe, R. Campbell, and several in the steerage. May 8.-Spray, brig, 142 tons, Captain Scott, for Maryborough. No passengers. IMPORTS. Gil Blas, from Sydney: 23 hhds. 25 casks, &nbsp; 30 cases beer, 17 cases starch, E. Goertz and Co.; 98 cases oil, J. Markwell; 1 case acid, J. &nbsp; &nbsp; Berkley; 18 rolls matting, 1 crate, E. B. Southerden; 9 packages, S. Benjamin, 203 bars &nbsp; iron, A. Cameron; 2 cases wax vests, Pettigrew &nbsp; and Co. ; 5 cases vestas,...
CORRESPONDENCE. ASSESSING FOR THE CITY RATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
CORRESPONDENCE. ASSESSING FOR THE CITY RATES. TO THE EDITOn OP THE BRISBANE COUHIER. Sir,-Alolloi of mino that appealed m jour paput on Iho 21st day of Jaiiuaiy, lecoininend mg the abolition of Iho piesont systom of nssessmg foi tho i eason thal it tt as a tax on nu proiements, and theieforo unsiilisfactoiy, and suggesting, and I bobote, pioving that by classify mg tho sheets eieiy tinco yeais, mid ntiiig the propot ly al «o much pei foot frontage, « ould boa hcallhi i efoi in AVhcn I « i oto that letloi I did not o\pcct to luvt o the adi antagos of tho system I pioposcd exemplified in my own ense, «Inch is a« follows - P4 -* ^ In Edit aid sheet Ilota shop to Hargiavo, friutoror, at 25s £G3 £S0 AVoollot ttpholstcier, thtto 25 G3 80 AVainei, siuvcyoi, hottso 20 52 GO Self, santo us AVmnei s 20 52 GO AVyboin 10 2G SO 23 per cent to bo deducted foi non otcupation, îopaus, AU, CG3 C2G0£3G0 £193 ?io that I am assessed at £IG5 moiothiul io cene llioabotol select foi this iti on thal thet ...
BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
BUSINESS FOB THIS DAY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOTICES Ol' MOTION. Hie Hon E I C Broiint to move-1 That it is tho opinion of this House, that tlio piescnt system by wlueh gentlemen aro ap pointed to the commission of tho peace, is not satisfactoiy 2 Ihat it is the opinion of this House, (hat the leeomniendation of appoint ment to the commission or tho peaco should not lemmii in tho hands of the Exceutiic Connell, but should bo liausferred into tho hand» of gentlemen whose position is not subject to political influence 3 That it -is the opinion or tins Houso, that the Judges or tho Supremo Couil «ould bo the most pioper porsons to re- commend gentlemen to act on tho commission , or tho peate ,
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
MUNICIPAL council. Tur. usual fortnightly meeting of tho Muni- cipal Council was held yesterday afloruoon. The «-hole of Hie membors «ero presold. JUX UTES. Tho minutes of the previous mooting woro read. Alderman Mayxk objected to them, as Iho special meeting was called during his absence Alderman Sthhiexs moved, and Alderman Biiookks seconded, Hint tho minutes bo con- firmed. Tho motion iras put and passed. COUKKSrOXOKXCK. A letter was read from the Secrotnry lo Iho Fire Committee, one-losing a resolution passed by that conimiltco, insisting upon the necessity ol' ¡inmediata action being titkon towards tho forum! ion of a Fire Brigade. A letter was read from the lessees of the Kan- garoo Point ferry, complaining of the slalo of (ho slops on the liorlh Sido, mid asserting that they could not pay tho rent unless tho neco-sary repairs bo ell'ected. A letter was read from Mr. Teovan, asking for tho level of Cbarlotle-slrcet, one chain from ¡Is intersection with Eagle-street, for buildi...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ] ARRIVALS. May 7.-Grafton (s.) from Grafton ; Kiama &nbsp; (s.) from Merimbula ; Kate Kearney, schooner, from tho South Sea Islands. May 8.-Josephine, Fanny, schooners, from &nbsp; Melbourne; Guadalett, Omagh, and Lawrence, barques, from Adelaide ; Foam, brig, from Hobart Town. DEPARTURES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; May 7.-Fanny Nicholson, for Adelaide ; Barwon '(S.S.), and City of Melbourne (s.s.) for &nbsp; Melbourne ; Alford (s.s.) for Wide Bay. May 8.-Domingo, barque, for San Fran- cisco ; Woodlark, brig, for Wellington ; Woodbine, barque, for Adelaide, tia New- castle.
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken at 9 a.m. MONDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Taken al 9 a.m. Monda y, M tv 9. BiiHlnxn.-9 a m. : Barometer (corrected) 30-142; thermometer (shade) 03-3; dilto (dry bulb) G5-2 ; ditto («el bulb) (¡l-l ; force of windi ; direction, S.AV. ; cloud 4 ; weather, line, light (cirrus) clouds. 3 p.m. Barometer (corrected) : 30'083 ; thermometer (shade) (¡7 9 ; ditto (dry bulb) 070; ditto (wet bulb) (ii 3; forco of wind, 1; direction, S. by AV.; cloud 9; weather, dull, heavy (nimbus) clouds, light showers. (Per Electric Telci/rap/i.) AVlNB AN« AVüATimi.-Lytton, AV., and cloudy ; Ipswich, S., and fine ; Laidley, calm and ilno; Toowoomba, Calmund (Ino; Dray- ton, E., and ilno j AVurwick, calm and line; Dalby, eulin, and line. SrJJXKV-9a.iii.:Btirome(c'r (corrected) 30-211; therinomi'ler (shade), 590 ; dido (dry bulb), f.3-5; dido (wet bulb) G2G; force of wind 1 ; direction, VV.A'.W. ; cloud 0; weather, line |
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING, 1SGI. The folloivuig ave tho yvotghts for tho Grand Handicap and tho Freo Handicap, the entrances for which have already been published : NORTH AUSTRALIAN GRAND 11ANDICAV. Mr. Pring's b. c. Ramornie, 3 years, 8st. 51bs. Mi-. Michael Ford's b. ¡j. Jaspor, G years, Sst. 131bs. Mr. Tail's br. c. Vohmtcor, !> yenrs, 9st. Tibs. Mr. J. C. Collins's eh. li. Enrl or AVnrwiek, 3 yenrs, 7st. Slbs. Miss Diekson's bk. li. Kildare, S years, Ost. 71bs. Mr. AV. Thompson's b. f. Miss Pilsford, 4 years, Sst. Olbs. Mr. J. Cunningham's b. li. Telegram, G yenrs, Sst. 21bs. Mr. J. Palmer's g. g. Forester, G years, Ost. QUEENSLAND TREE HANDICAP. Mr. R. Pring's b. e. Riimorine, 3 yenrs, Sst. Gibs. Miss Diekson's cb. g. Stratford, 3 years, 7st lllbs. Mr. J. C. Collins's cb. c. Hector, 3 years, 7sl.llb. Mr. AV. Thompson's b. c. Prince Rupert, 3 years, 7st. -libs. Mr. E. E. Bigge's b. g. Main Camp, G years, 8sl. 21bs. Mr. Pring's b. g. Presto, aged, Sst. Mr...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 10 May 1864
COMMERCIAL. CotmiEn Office, Monday Evening. Tnp follow mg is a general abstract of tho average amount of the Liabilities and Assets of tho Union Bank ot Au-ti illa, willun tho colony of Queensland, during the qiurtci ended the 31»t March - LiuiiLiTirs -Notts, bcaung interest, £21,225, bills in circulation, not bealing m tcreat, £6611 11s 9d, bilitnces duo lo oilier banks, £5S92 3s, deposits, not bealing interest £G8,92512s 7d , ditto, boating interest £S0 87J 4s k1, total deposit», C119,798 16s lid, total liabilities, -C1S3 5u0 ila Sd Ass* is-Coined gold and silt er and othoi coined metals -C21.S31 ISs 5d gold and sdt ci m bullion and bai-, -C30715a3d, landed pi o port>, ?2000, notes and bills of other banks, £808 lis Id, balances duo fi oin other banks, £.1100 12s 6d , amount of all debts due to tho bank, nieluding note', billa of exchange, and nil stock mid funded debta of even deaci iptiou, ex cepting notes, bills nuil hilantes due to the said bank irom olhei banks, £27b SIS 5...