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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TUESDAY, (YESTERDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

!rS'*v"ii*wiGH; (FBOM OUR OWN COKRESroNDEXT.) Tuesday, (Yesterday. ) ? At tho.Police Office, '? on ; Saturdays tho 8th inst., before. tho Police Magistrate, John M'Phee was fined 5s. for being drunk and disorderly.', J.W. King was charged by George,.Ai.Davis .with illegally detaining his property. This case was one arising out of another which I reported about tho 28th of, last month, in which the present plaintiff ¦was defendant,, arid;Mr. Clune Was plaintiff. George0 Augustus Davis, sworn, stated :? I arn-a-toll-contrnctor,- and reside generally in Sydney. I brought down horses to sell in Queensland. I .sold,one to .Mr. Clune . subject to trial. -Mr. Clune rejected the horse, and afterwards bet mp five pounds that he would-riot draw thirty hundred pounds weight from, tho wharf. . The bet wns reduced to writing, and I now produce tho document; it was sighed by both parties, and witnessed by JV.W. King: The stakes were deposited in the hands of Mr.. King Tho'Uhderstanding.was that.;...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

W ANTED, SITUATION as GOVERNESS,; HOUSEKEEPER,^ any capacityof trust';' town or country. -Address X, Y., PoatjOflice",. Brisb.irie. ;: "-" ',,"-' WANTED, a BLACKSMITH, ono aeons-, ",»V tdroed tb tools preferred. ; H..0.. LOVE, Contractor. '"¦... '¦'.;¦",¦¦ "".'¦< W: ANTED, a: J\UHSE:QIKL,. Apply tb<Mrs CORNWELL. Queen-street, BrMianoojii WA;'NTEDja''lIOUSiai'AI,D,''fo'rial'Ge'iitle .,'V. iu.man's!Family near Brisbitie.'^'Apply'tb1 iMr.jARTHUR MAin'INi/Qnb'en-street.":^siirti: \TTANTED, a BOY as APPRENTICE' tb, tho y.V !Tnibtirig trade'. Apply;ito C'SHALliEnNi" rciiziibel.ii-RtrectL -; ''¦ '?"?' ¦" '" l ' ¦' "'-'-'"li.! ;.; iO m J, ANTEfy.HEWERS, SA WYEEsj, arid,OAR-, '.- .PENTKRS; .SHIPWRIGHTS preferred. I ¦Apply.tp,.ROURKE and,MUNR0,.Coritraotdi's,, iQiieeris!anolHpi»l,r,'BrisbaneV,''".v".'.');'J( j,,:;.'7' WANTED, li'ajv SITUATION - av* STORE-' : .^KEEPER on;aiiHtatidn,'.by'ia poetical hand. /Address,' stating terms, STOREKEEPER; ?'.' Courier'.'..oflice.oii.v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Courier. THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

I3je Cotttmv THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1801. The "Upper House" difficulty in ; the neighbouring colony sceins nearly to have reached its culminating point. A fierce though subdued struggle is going on between the; two !parties W th° Liberals striving to secure such appoint- ments as will assure them of the ex- pansiveness necessary,to reforms; the Conservatives endeavouring to establish an clement of obstinate resistance that will enable them to keep things as they are. Tho daily papers of Syduey afford fair indices of the struggle. We take up the Herald, aud find solemn cautions to Sir Joun Young to ascertain without mistake thal all the ucw nominees pre- sented hy his Ministry nre able to read and write. One candidate is-^recom- mended because, it is said, he has a "princely;mien ;" another because ho is a'cute lawyer; and a third because ho is the Secretary of tbe very-doultfully managed Syduey Benevolent Asylum. Finally, this side of thc question is clinched by a threat of the Queen's ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. "Wednesday, June . 12th. 'Pim Speaker took the chair nt a quarter past three. . , ; PAPERS, &c. :. Tho COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon tho table of tho house : Report .of. tho' Engi- neer ol'Roads upon the.main road liotwoon Brisbano and Drayton. Report of Lieut. Heath upon tho impediments to navigation in tho-river at thc'Scvcnteen Milo Rocks. Report of tho Curator of tho Botanical Gar dons. DI3AJTH OF: THE DUCHESS OF KENT. : Tho COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon tho table of tho! house a despatch to Sir Gloovgo Bowon, nnuouncing tho death of her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. Ho also stilted that ho < hail intended nt tho termination of-, thc two provious sittings of thc houso to lay this dcs? patch before hon. members, and move a befit- ting address of condolence to her .Majesty, but his intention had been frustrated owing to tho house having been on each occasion counted out. Ho should, therefore, before thc honso adjourned that evening, mov...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

? CENTRAL POLICE-.CO fJRTV AVednesday,?Before tho Police Magistrate. "William Driscoll having huon convicted of drunkenness, was fined 10s.; or hi default, 24; hours in the cells. Harry Owens and Daniel Callaghan, twp very old offenders against thc laws of order and sobriety, were each sentenced to three, months' hard labour in Brisbane gaol. Billy, an aboriginal, charged with being; iii' town nfter dark, was discharged, with" iv caution. John Ryall was charged with horse-steal- ing. On the application of thc prosecutor, Mr. Woods, tin's cusc was remanded till'Fri- day, for the production of evidence, Bail allowed the prisoner in £40, and two sureties in £20 cadi. Love or Truth.?A sincere attachment to truth, moral and scientific, is a habit which cures a thousand little infirmities- of jnind, and is as honorable to a mail who possesses it, in point of character, as it is proiitnblo in point of improvement. '--¦ : .Punishments are not mordy to'be' esti- mated by pain to .the limbs, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, (THIS DAY.) GOVERMENT BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

LEGISLATIVEASSMIBLY. TucitsiiAY, (Tins Day,) GOVFIUi'MKNT I1USINESS?NOTICES OF JIOTIoi). ' Slit. Mackunzih to move tho following Resolutions ?Whereas an Act ofthe Legislature of Queens-; land, "To appoint Commissioners for tho adjust; mont of Accounts with, tlio Colony of New Sijptli Wales,'? . was . passed, arid received tho Royal ^o^Kutidu^gUicseMoaotlW.flugkacihaTin^ : 1;oen introduced to the legislature in compliance ni:h a request td that effect by the goveniiriciit bf New South Wales, and upon - tho - understanding between the governments of the two- colonies, that the inattor should be brought specially under tlie consideration of the legislature of Kew South Wu!o:i during tho session of I860. And whereas; a copy ol'such act was transmitted by the govern- ment of this colony to the Colonial Secretary, of New South Wales on the 18th September, 18GO, willi an urgent request "that measures should be adopted by the Executive of New South Wales for : procuring from tlio legislatur...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesdhy, June 12. Tho riiEsipp.NT took tlie chair at , ton I minutes- pafet- throe o'clock,' and opened tho proceeding's with prayer. :¦¦¦¦¦ RE-CONSTRUCTION Ol1 THE UPPER ....... ......... HOUSE. ¦----¦"? ? r Mr. YALDWYN said it had. been, his interj tion to bring thu resolutions forward of which ho hud given, notice for that day, hut .looking, at the great importance of tho subject, and the fact of so many members being absent, owing mainly to the impassable stato ol' thc' roads and other unforeseen causes, he had eenie to the conclusion that it would he better to withdraw the resolutions for the present and give a fresh notice for that day wcok. ¦He was particularly anxious that this matter should bc discussed in as full a houso as possible. Tho CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES suggested that us tlie matter was undoubtedly ono of very groat importance, it would. per- haps he bettor to place a notice on tho paper requiring a call of thc House on a certain day, by which...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

Whipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. Juke 12.?Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers?Rev. Mr. Wil- son, Messrs. Tait, Single and 10 in the. steerage. [Note.?Three or four cabin passengers besides the above went by the Telegraph, but as no list was kept at the Company's office, we are unable to give their names.] ... . June 12.?Clarence, steamer, Captain Cottier, for the northern ports. Passengers?Mrs. Hutton, the Collector of Customs, Messrs. J. Forsyth; Crocker, Jones, Sharpe, Whitcombe, J. A. Bonar, S. Jorgenson, Levy, lt. Perkins, Clarke, Boole, J. A. Manton, Berradge, Bool fi, Mansfield, J. Archer, Seaman, and 20 in the steerage. EXPORTS. Telegraph: 33 bales woo), R. Towns and Co. j 2 bales wool, Panton and Co.; 90 hides. 4 cases fancy golds, Hetwsler ar.d Fran iksen; 34 hi les, 1 trunk, i paokage, 1 cask tallow, 7 bales wool; 1 bale skins, G. H. Wilson j Ceases, 1 trunk, H. Rimmiger;;! case saddlery, C. Burdorff; 1 cask fruit, T. A. Costin; 34 pack...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 13 June 1861

TB[E COURIER "", _ IS NOW PUBLISHED ':"'. BAILY, i: i. 'i i ¦ _ i BoBSCBiraroH teb Quahteh":? . ¦?> 'Ik advance, 15s. ' ¦ , ' O I ' Puring the current quat ter no charge will'be made to present Subscribers for thc additional papers supplied. , i Steam to Sydney. ' THE YARRA YARRA, from tho A. S.N. Co.'s New Wharf, on TUESDAY NEXT, 18tb instant. igf Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB,, Agent. Steam to Port Denison, Calling at Rockhampton. HIKE A.S.N. Co.'s Steamo ± EAGLE will be despatch ,ed for tho tibovo Ports on or _ 'about FRIDAY, the 29tbr June. ? ¦ For rate of freight and fares apply At the Company's Wharf, GEO. D.WEBB, Brisbane, lltbJnne. Agent. -; ?; For London. mHE brig*BESSIE, Al at Lloyd's, !JL 600 tonB bnrthen,-"Benjamin1 Davies, Commander, having appor- tion of her cargo engaged- will' meet with quick dispatch.' Hides SOs per ton of 40 J P»mage. ? For Freight or Passage, apply lo ?,:;' WALTER GRAY & CO.,.\ !?'' Ipswich ; br lo ' '", : J. & G. H...

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A COMET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

A COMET. SIB,-Yesterday morning at about 4.30 I «aw a comet travelling eastward, I appre- hend, the tail being westward. It must have passed over us lately during the bad weather, and at times when he could not have been seen by the naked eye. ' I think it could' be discerned at about 4 o'clock in the morning for one or two morn- ings yet. Its course yesterday morning was S.E. by E. About 5 o'clock this morning it appeared to be going due east._ PHILO. 12th June, 1861.

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Letters to the Editor. THE LABOR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

, letters to the Editor. ¡THE LABOR QUESTION. i ii.,?IB»T~As your Saturday's correspondent's views of the labor question coincide in a great measure with my own, I have butlittle to say in answer to his remarks ; but I can not refrain from adding how much I ar ciate his open and candid manuer o' *'Pre" ing the question, and the spin' ,'* "j00.1' which he expresses himse"1 **a s$lc,,n have named several ins' **. , cou'f' a'so plying for work to " ""lces w,hero» on aP both in this tow -°Te of t"e leading men assured of t1 'u an" m Ipswich, I had been _jp.f_lb.cJi* *ie ""Diners now seeking it, and it a» yS"tio PrPÇPoct there was of obtaining - ?'..!*" present"; hut, aware as I am that in taw £üSeS tb? namc3 wouM mosfc Probably ?<U t «<_uiredf and ha ring no autho »? iiI "^ tu,cm (aI"* a8 a stranger could bfttvJy have expected) I refrained from <Joipg"SO, IBBU they should have considered it A breach of confidence on my part to mention what had heen said ...

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Select Per [?]ry. "HOW TO MAKE HOME HAPPY:" A DITTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

^»éKrëtTP»« 'try. , « HOW TO MAKE WOMB HAPPY ¡" ', , ' < . A Dimr. . J -''-"'. XyTtUr Parity. ' ' iíD*K»SED TO THE *' WORKP^o cUMBES " WIVES IK EARTt-. 'JULA». / Co«, brighton r,p the cottage fire, And sw eev the hearth-stone clean ; Let not Pi. -gpeok of dirt or grease Ou its, fair face be seen. To mai ¿e boase bappy, much, you know, A food wife bas to plan, If ah ¿ would be the ruling Quoen, ?^*nd yet obey the man. 'Itere is no look about the house, / ! NorererwIlHberebe, ünlet» true love doth dwell therein, , , i And man and wife agree, l'or home was never made for strife, But rather was design'd ,Tp be the place where man and wife] True happiness should And Now, ere your "goodman" cometh in, As shortly he will do, Be neat and clean in all your gear, And ipruce from top to toe . Your working gown and apron don, And let your ringlets flow, Your modest muster cap put on, ,., \ i With jaunty little bow. .Then watch jon for lum as he comes Across the field or moor, And whe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

w ANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs: LI fTLE, George-street. WANTl'D, a Situation by a SINGLE MAN, to work in a Garden, or to Shepherd. Enquire of 0. TRUNDLE, Albert- stroet. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a >oung Girl to assist in HOUSE WORK. Wages hbeiol. Apply, W.W., oflica of this paper. WANl'LD, n BOY as APPRENTICE to the Painting trade. Apply to 0 SHALLEHN,' Elizabeth street. ; WANTED, by a married mon a Situation! os srORhKEFPLR, RATION CARRIER, or SHEPHERD Enquire of CHARLES TRUN- DLE, Albert street , WANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE tor the bush Al BO a steady woman as NURSE. Apply to CHARLES TUUNDLE, Registry, Office, Albert-street. .* ' i 1 " ANTED, a Married Couple without'family,1 as Gli.Nh.KAL SERVANTS, in a couutry Inn. Apply, before 11 this morning, to R. fa WARRY ) W \\1 ANTED, SITUATION as GOVERNESS, Vi H OUbUKEEPfc R, OI any capaci tyof trust, town oi couutiy. Address X. Y., Post Office, Brisbane. . WANTl'D, a respeotable PEMALE SER- VAN!'. Only Uo in family ;, wages £2fi a-year t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

Weekly f?»leiMlnr. Haw WATB AT BRISHAKK. SDH. I > Days. Date. Morn, After. Rises. Sets. Jnne. Friday. 14 3 l8 3 44 6 50 5 7 IS 4 8 4 34 6 50 5 7 16 4 56 5 20 6 50 5 7 17 ô 48 6 10 6 50 5 7 l8 6 38 7 0 6 51 5 7 Wednesday... 19 7 26 7 54 6 51 5 8 Thanda? ... 20 8 l8 8 45 6 51 5 8

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

dull LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. T" ' . '-ÎHrjllSDAY, JUNC 13. THE PBCHIDKNT took tho chair at a quarter past 3 o'clock. JOINT LIBRARY. Mr. GALLOWAY/, as chairman, brought up a report from the Joint Library Committee, and in doing so ho explained that a difficulty had arisen with regard to tho management of the library, which it was desirable to obviate immediately. Under existing circumstan- ces tho UBIIOÏ of the Black Rod filled the office of Secretary, but owing to his official duties in tho Legislativo Council that gentle- man found it impossible to give his atten- dance at nil times in the library, and especi- ally during tho houv.s of parliamentary sittings, whan his services were most urgently required. The Committee thoroforo deemed it advisable to bring upa repoitat once in older that the difficulty might bo definitely and satisfactorily settled. Ile be- lieved the roport would bo immediately acted on in tho other house. ADDRESS OP CONDOLENCE. Dr. HOBBS laid on the table a copy of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

TO OUR AGENTS. OUR AGENTS will please to bear in mimi the i USUAL STATEMENf of ACCOUNTS, to be made up to tho 20th of the present month, and forwarded to this- Office hy the 30th. TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS arc reminded that the price of the Cowra per quarter is now FIFTEEN' SHILLINGS, to be paid in advance. (AGENTS wil please to note the nho\o.) SUMMARY FOR EUROPE. ^1HE COURIER'S usual monthly Sum . mnry, for transmission by the noxt Eng- lish mai), will bo published on SATURDAY nest, so as to nllow of their boing posted in duo time by residents in Ipswich. Price, Fourponce each. Posted to any part of the world for Sixpence, or for a yearly subscription of Fivo Shillings. NOTICE. ENGLISH MAIL. IN consequence of the great uncertainty attend- ing the departure of the A. S. N. Company» steamers for Sydney,tlie publícale iecommeiiileil not to delay the pcMtinjrol their letteis intended for transmission to England later than .MONDAY the 17th Instant. R. It. MACKENZIE. General Post Offi...

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COMMISSIONERS' REPORT IN RE HALLORAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

ify COMMISSION BUS* REPORT IN HE »ri- HALLORAN. 7th Charge-With respect to this charge-Por irregiilai conduct us a Polite Magistrate, in con- nection with the Muy borough JJ"ncli, in lecom nicn ling the names ol coi t Un persons to the com- mission of the peaee, and tlieiejectlon of otlien, «lieu tins charpe HIS oiled on Mi Mncilister ttiteltliat ' tli s einige would not be piocecded «itli n > notice li iv ing been nvLiitoMi Ailinn Bro« n by tlie g ivoi muent No penon appe ii in,* III suppoitof MI I einige nil 1 in tlioabsineo nf any évidente 01 pioof we (¡ 11 Hi it the sud Aithui D Hilloi in 1 is sutlii%ientlj dispiovo I s une We comidei it oui duty to stito thitMi Artliin Brown, T P, was in Mnryboiough during the entire time of these investigation*, and vciy fie queutlv piesent III Com t J^jlTkVy'}^»n'-.oneiS (To Ihe Commissioners pc> favot o/Coumin) GLNrijLUEN,-With respect to the para graph which you aie pleased to term the 7th chnige, allow mo to obseive that if you hid b...

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" LOVER OF JUSTICE," ALIAS CHIEF CONSTABLE BINDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

" LOVEB OF JUSTICE," ALIAS CHIEF CONSTABLE BINDON. SIR,-In your'paper of the 30th ultimo appears a letter written by a person who shields his name under the anonymous one of " Lover of Justico"5 but the style of the epistle savours so much of the baton, that wo have no difficulty here in seeing that it is the production of the Chief Constable. It professe-, to tell tho public how things are done here, but contnins little more than personalities against the officer of customs. That gentleman is so well and favourably known, he does not require my peü to take up his cause. His ever couiteous, straight- forward, gentlemanly manner, whether in his office or otherwise, are well-known to every resident in our district, and I feel sure there is not one who will not endorse ray statement, excepting, perhaps, the mem- bers of the police force. In reference to the first part of the above-mentioned letter, I, with every other man in Gladstone, feel much indebted to the Water Police Magis- trat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIEF CONSTABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

CHIEF CONSTABLES. ¡¡m,-I must say tl)at you ],ave for 0I)C0 disappointed mc. j aiwnys gave you credit for being ury to t]le (iod"es 0f the govern mont P0P'plê, but the chief constable at Glaast«i-je ^"g proved one too many for you. 'l ,s out a few days back when, thanks to ?'°ar truly valuable journal, we discovered now our late chief constable prosented him- self with a sword. Now, you aie indebted to me for showing you how the Gladstone man can blow his own trumpet, and use you for the instrument. I refer .to that flowing epistle that appoared in your issue of 30th May, signed " A Lover of Justice." Faucy what a signature for a man to use who stabs iu the dark the character of another ! It was too bad, his not giving us the pro mised statement of the trading transactions between himself and the Chinamen. I am told it was tobacco, rum, and opium that ho was dpciling in ; but whether so or not, flour if you will,-I feel suro that overy trading man in this town is grateful to the sub...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 14 June 1861

¡tab üocal Intelligence. TUE ENGLISH MAIL.-By an announce- ment in this morning's issue, the Post- master-General, in consequence of the un- certainty of the timo of arrival of the Sydney steamer, recommends tho public not to delay posting their letters later than Monday next. » TUB COMET,-For several days past a comet has been visible in the eastern portion of tho heavens, although we' believe very few persons in Queensland are awaro of the fact. This is owing probably to its appearance occurring after tho hour of 12 at night, when most persons have rotired to rest. Ho far as we can leam, the discovery in Austra- lia was first made in New South Wales by Mr. Tebbutt, junior, of Windsor, who fur- nished a report on the subject in the Sydney Morning herald of the 25th ultimo. Two other letters of a similar olwractor appear in the same journal on the 29th and 31st of the same month, one from a private gentleman, and another from Mr. Scott, the astro, notner. The calculations of these g...

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