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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

EDUCATION. In*, regard .to public education we have ¦nothing of particular interest to chronicle, beyond stating generally that thc extension of schools throughout the colony is going on steadily, and that there is a very general disposition- on the part nf denominatioualists' , tn avail themselves of tho benefits conferred hy the national system under the form of non-vested schools, One of these wus.cstab lisbed at Ipswich on the 10th instant, and an application has been .received hy tho Board from the inhabitants of Little Ipswich requesting a similar- favor. Looking at the necessities of tho, case wc think it is very iprobablei that, tho application will be com- plied with. . Another application ol' a simu- lar nature has been received from Canal Creek, but not being formal it cannot al. present be acted on by tho Board. .'There are also, many Allier application's expected from different parts of the couiiliy soliciting' aid "lcwinds the ,estalilishmfcnt.,of schools," illili it. ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVE MHNTS. . " ' '' Since our last Summary,?for the reason then assigned, namely, that the estimates Cir the current parliamentary session haye not yet been voted,?there have been very few new works, of a st rici ly public nature beyond those authorised by votes'of a previ- ous session. Still the revolution of physical .reform is progressing with vigour; the open- ing up ot new channels ol' communication, or ibo repair of nhl ones, is .universally, re- gan lcd in our social progrets aa a awe if tia nun, and ( n all hands ive hear of cseinpiiii catious of thu fact, although perhaps not on so large or scientific a scale as might bo de. sired. Considering,the number of popula- tion, nnd thc amount of revenue raised by thu colony, wo ore justified in saying tlijit ?tho proportion of public money,''already set apartV- and to bo set apart 'according to tho ^estimates now before . parlia- ment, for public.-improvements .'.'iii tho. '.colony, is, much larger, than that ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

.QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. A WELTjiattended special goneral meetiug of the shareholders; in the Queensland Steam Navigation Company washeld,at,.the Muni- cipal Council Chambers yesterday morning, for the purpose :of adopting the deed of. set tlcment and other business. Mri G. Raff, tho chairman of tho'Board of Directors, was called upon to preside.' A short' discussion took place as to the advisability of adjourning the meeting until such time as a copy of the deed of settlement had been placed in "the hands of tho shareholders,?in tho course of which the chairman stated that it would be desirable for tho deed ol' settlement to bo adopted at once, to enable tho directors to make a second call upon the shareholders. £5500 hail .already, been 'forwarded to" Eng- land.for the.purposes of the company; arid as fresh expenses, must shortly bo entered upon, it was necessary that money should bo raised. . No formal motion 'of adjourn; 1 mont being put to tho meeting, tho business...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION IN FAVOUR OF MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

rf THE PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION IN id ' FAVOUR OF MR. JUSTICK LUT ks WYCHIE. ' The following correspondence was published in the Courier of May 24th. " Brisbane, Queensland, " May 22ud, 1861.: " Sin,?I havo the honor and pleasure to forward herewith, pursuant to the request of the meeting, a copy of a resolution passed at a large public assemblage held in the School of Arts in this town, on the evening of thc 9th instant, for the purpose of congratulating your Honor on thc return of the Supreme Court Bill by tho home government, and adopting a form of petition to both b of Parliament, praying that ' , -",5Cs might bo taken ns s'- ,, Dnch stePs Honors continn- .-ul,'rl S0C11!:0 >'ourf tho Supre- _-»<» jn ojBce as Judge of t])aj. ?. ^a Court in this colony. Over fleeting it was my duty and privilege to preside, and I can only say, that I never before witnessed in Brisbane a heartier de- monstration, or a more signal and complete Buccess. " While forwarding the roso'mtion, ho...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. Vanquish: 3 cases matines, 4 cases tinware, 32 (packages furniture, 7 crates crockery, Davies; 2 «asos matches, 15 packages furniture, 3 drums oil, & tons potatoes, 40 bushels maize, 1 spring carr,! icnrriage, II. Scott; 2 kegs gunpowder, Crihb and Foote j 50 bales hay, 10 bags bran, P. Mayne; ?0 Mes coir fibre, Markwell j 2 bales coif fibre, 20 logs gunpowder, Perry Brothers; 146 wrs, 6 bundles iron, Jones; 14G9 drain pipes, 'i'Jtompson. The Brisbane (s.) will leave the A* S. N. Co.'s Wharf, for Ipswich, tiri* day, nt one o'c'iock. The Vanquish got up to Brisbane at an carly hour yesterday morning. She left Sydney on the 3rd instant, and arrived nt Capo Moreton on thc 8th, nnd lins boen since making lior way up the bay and the river. Lytton, 14th June.?No arrivals; no departures. Wind, W.; weather cloudy. VYiiaiif Charges.?It will be seeji by our adver- tising: columns that after the lst.Tuly next wharfage will be charged on all packages, acc...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

Weekly Valentina*. Hum Watok at Beisbank. :Buh. Day." Saturday . Sunday ..'.;. Monday ..... Tuesday. Wednesday.. Thursday Friday I Bate., Jnne. 15 16 17 18 , 19 " 20 21 Morn. .ter. ?¦¦ 8 4 56; I 5 43 I 6 38 .7 26 8 18 9 .6 6 50 0 50 6 50 G 51 6 61;, fi 51 6 52 j

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENSUS AND STOCK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

-?CENSUS AM) STOCK KETUBNS. :We jhave-been favored by the Kojjistrar j Genera! lyith further particulars of tho result ?'of the cen8us,.together.with a return of the ; liye'siqck now in tho colony.. Three gentle-. ';TOcn are now specially engaged in compiling "/fbm the census papers the details which arc ,v tisiially arriiiigcd under the different heads ; jji/fex, age, Yeligion, &c, &c., and it is antici '¦ pated that this labor will occupy the atlcu ''.tiqh of the staff for nt least six weeks to i'come.' The statement of stock gi von below '. is not Fully complete, the returns from one ? or two stations not having come in ; nor cnn . it bo accepted as anything but approximate, I- si lice' tho- collectors were nut ns Direful as « they. should have bean in obtaining such -.^particulars, nor were people themselves in i filling up the forms. Still thc returns cao I'iiiot but be as nearly accurate as mich suit c !> ments usually are, and a glance at ihem will '¦» show...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DATE. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

TJRI9BANB PRICES CURRENT. Corrected to Date. Wines and Snnrrs. £ s. d. 0 12 6 0 12 0 OHO Brandy; Marten's lier gal. Do. iHenessv's, do. Do. United Vhieyard do. Do. best brands, in cases, per dozen ... ... 1 5 Do. inferior do. do. ' ... 0 15 Rum, AV 1., 30 o.p. per gal 0 4 Whiskey, good do. ' ... 0 5 Do. iii case, per dozen ... 0 16 Geneva, JDKZ, or key, 4 !gal, case ... ... Old tom, best brands per dozen.* : ... Port, good quality" per jral. d 0 ll 0 ? Sherry, do. do. ... S- 0,10 0 ? Do. ncr. dozen ... -'ZZ. 1 16 0 ? Champagne, do. ... ? 1 10 0 ? Claret do. ... ... a. 1 5 .0 ? Hock, do. ... ...J 1 10 0 ? Alb AND Porter. - Alo, Bass's No. 3... ... 9 0 0,, Do. in ense, per.dozen ... 0 10 0 ? I'orter, good per hgd. ... 4 10 0 ? Do.'in ouse per dozen ... Oil 6',, Fwdb, Grain, and Products. £ s to 0 13 ? 0 13 ? Oil .'- 1 12 ? 1 5 » 0 5 ii 0 6 .. 0 18 0 17 0 ?0 17 6 0 15 0 .? 0 17 0 Flour, Sydney, per ton ... 20 0 Do. Adelaide do.21 0 Do.'Tasmanian ... ... 20 0 Do.; Chilian do.20 0 Oate, ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Summary FOR ENGLAND PER "JEDDO." POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

FOE-ENGLAND ¦TER "JEDDO.'V POLITICAL. The " concentrated wisdom" of. the country h,as been resting from ils labors durin'g fj'ho last month; or, in other and plainer words, both Houses of the Legisla- ture adjourned; in order that tho honorable lords, and honorable commoners might wit- ness the great Champion Bace. and be present att.be North Australian ineeting, which is the, principal racing roset at present observed ia tho colony. The adjournment lasted hom tho 23rd of May to tho 11th of June, any many of the couutry members who were not sportingly inclined, took advantage ?of the recess to visit their homes. A large mumVier, however, devoted themselves to tlie -turf, with a zest and earnestness worthy of Upsom. We havo >¦; elsewhere given a tolerably complete epitome of the parlia .mentary.'cloinjjs of the month, so that ive !necd say but littlo of them here ; but it will ?be seen, on referenco to the^epitome, that our legislature is sottling down to work right earnestly, aft...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

SOAfcDINGr HOtfSES. PARTIES opening the above can he fitted ont with every article in the Trade by WILLIAM and BENJAMIN BROOKES, Ironmongers, Brisbano. A Good Investment FOR SAL E.?That beautifully situated : CORNER ALLOTMENT.corner of Albert and Ann streets, tho rise to tho Windmill, next the Scotch Chnroh, commanding a beautiful view of the town and surrounding scenery, on which is erected aFOUR-ROOM.EDCOTTAGE,canvassed and pnpereil throughout, willi a detached kitchen and servants room. Also, a TWO.ROOMED COTTAGE. Part of the purchaso money can remain secured on the property for three or four years. * Apply on the premises, to proprietor, V G. F. WHITE. For Sale. 1 finn HEAD 0F MIXED OATTLE, in JLv/UU one or two lots. Boing of a ^superior herd, thoroughly traotablo, and having a majority of females the lot is specially suited to parties about to stock new country. Reference for particulars to W.'CRAIGS, Esq , Ipswich, or to tho uadersigned. GEO. CLAPPERTON. Tarong, Burnett Inn, 8...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FRIDAY (YESTERDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

IPSWICH; (fiioai- oun. own conBirsroNDENT.), ?'.-?'¦:' ¦' FlilDAV (Ykstekday.), I am glad to see that your gentle hint about the address of condolence' was bo promptly attended to. '....? .... ... . I cannot suppose that it.is exactly a result of your suggestions ; but.I think it is a cir- cumstance closely, connected with your.ob- servations as to tho "quality of the,blankets supplied to the aborigines, that' now tho police up hero are furnished with a supply of blankets very.superior in quality to those issued on tho Queen's birthday, and it i's likely' a second distribution will take place to-day. .:¦-.¦:-,.;:;:-;. . ?':.-.;-iv'lj|..(-.''-. Another-caudidale is mentioned as-being? likely to be proposed at .the nomination tn-duv?no other -than' Matthew' Goggs, Esquire. ..,,.. , , ;;.;... 'i no brethren- of trio Queensland Lodgo;of Freemasons',' .which was the first established ' , in this'colony;. arc to hold an/inauguration' ;',. on; AVcdnesday next.'' Tho paraphernalia, " ha's b...

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THE CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

THE CHAMPION RACE. This great sporting event, which had exci- ted intense interest!in all circles for many months previously, came off: on the Ipswich racecourse onthe 29!h ultimo. The horses entered , for .the valuable prize were?Mr. .Tiii'feZoe, Mr. Single's Ben Bolt. Mr. Col jins'Eelip.'0,1Mr. Bal bi's Van Tromp, and Mr., For.sytli's ; Fisherman?tho two first mentioned,being.New South Wales .horses, lind the three latter being the property of gentlemen residing in Queensland. Fisher- man was wilhilrawu previous to the race, so that only four started. We append the following particulars from a brief report which appeared in the Courier on the day succecdi ni: the race:? " Tho Queensland Champion Sweepstakes is nt li'iigth over, and although our young colony, has boen unable to appropriate the pr zo to itself, yet we do not think Unit; taking into-consideration tho fact that the two best horses in New South.'Wales were I'lignged in this event, our local champion Van Tromp was by an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY EPITOME. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

:'. WBEHLBiV" aiPttTTOMS?.' , FlUUAY EVJSNINU. A special ; general mcoti n g of tho share- holders of tho Queensland Steam Navigation Company,- was:,hold this day. to adopt tho deed of settlement. Tho principle features in. tho dqed.w.as a clause preventing, any share-1 holdcri'min dispensing .of- his shares to any 'other person than a shareholder for three, years froin.tho 1st of April next, which was inserted for tho purpose of avoiding thu pos- sibility of a rival company obtaining a sufri oittut number of shares, to give them a preju- dicial iutcrost. Tho all'airs of tho company were reported; to hu progressing- favorably, and thu expectation was expressed that they would be ia possession of n ntuamur in suffi- cient time to'take np tho government mail eonti-apt i:i April ««xt.', :..'. ' ' M, " At tho nomination .for Ipswich, which took place to-dtiy, tho ..only, ouiidiilutos proposed were '.thu .late:'member,' Mr. Macalister,'aud Dr. Cumming.; The show of hands having: been dae...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

'Eiacsil;, ¦'I'njteailsjeiic'e. NAiinow Escape;?A little hoy, tho son of n Mr., Martin, theVstewurdof ono of .the river steamers, hud h. narrow escape from -'drowning in a waterhole, at South Brisbane, on Thursday. Tho child, while nr.; play, had missed his footing, and; fell- iu ; lu's compa- nions raised an alarm, and several mothers and others hastened to the spot just in time to tish him-out before lifo'wns extinct. V Tho usual remedies for resuscitation having been applied, tho buy was soon out of danger. Fuog's Hollow.?Wo are glad to observe that the Town Council have at length called for fresh tenders.for the construction ;of the' drain In "Frog's Hollow, Slr. Price, thu for- mer contractor, having at 'u,1o1'' determined upon abandoning tho work. Wo eurnestly hope that tho new' contractors/whoever he limy bc,,will be compelled to find suflicient sureties for the completion of the work ina given time. - - ' This Native Police.?A squatter on tho Downs thus allude* to (his force...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

THE IS NOAV PUBLISHED LY. "StJBkcMPi'ioN peb QtrAnaia;?? ; , ! 'In advance, 15s. [ - Puring tho current quarter wo charge will be made to, present Subscribers for the additional papers supplied. Steam to Sydney. ~. rpHE YARRA YARRA, from" ^ 1 tho A. S. N. Co.'s New Wharf, on TUESDAY NEXLT, 18th instant. Steerage' Fares- Reduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. Steam to Port Denison, Calling at EocMiampton. .rilHE A.S.N. Co.'s Steamer . x EAGLE will be despatoli Lcd for the above- Ports on or ttmii 5?i,n?f. FRIDAY", the 29th June.' For rate of freight and fare & apply at the Company's Wharf. F GEO. D.WEBB, . Brisbane, 11th June. : ASent. For Newcastle*; rilHE bri^~A.NN SANDERSON, J 400 tons buitheu, in a few days. For freight or iiassago, apply to GEORGE RAFF & CO., Agents. For London. THE brig BESSIE. Al at Lloyd's, 600 tons burthen, _Benjamin Davies, Commander, having a por- tion of her carpa engaged Will '[ meet with quick diBpatoh. Wool ld per lb. *J ^th 5 percent. Tal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

; ': TO-ADVERTISERS. -Masraa jKm «?' 'V ,,l??rt N0 ADV,U -.tish -hy t/ie OAS/L 8Ubicnl)eraulllefiSneco'¦ .Hpunied NOTICE. ~_~ ¦english" Vail,¦';-.;; J :W IN iionseriuenea of 'tho gi -eat uneortniir ty iitteiul . ing the dennvfraro of the A. S.N. ( Joinpaiiy's utoamerii'frr Sydney, the yniWfc nre rea munenileil not'todo'ay thu posting of their letter '.'Intended fur tran-mission to E.nglnijrfluter than J JONDAY .the 17t'.t instant,. >.W"*: ft. R. MACKEN2. IE,..''¦' :' 1 "¦ Postiuuste r-General. G werai Post Ofllce, .' ?' ,'y. Brisbane,! 3thJune, 1361. ... ?¦ ,, , -;

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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY Jn our last Summary for Europe1 wo brought our epitome of parliamentary doings down .tot-he 10th of May, which; was the latest date bf" sitting prior to thc issue of that Summary. Wc now resume our brief chro- nicle, commencingwith the sitting of . May 15.?In tho Legislative Council on this date, Mr. Western Woods wns introduced as a now momber, and took the oaths and subscribed to thc roll. The only important business was tlio recommittal of the Adminis- tration of Poison Amendment Bill, in which some few alterations were,made, and to which a new clause was added on tho motion of Mr. Galloway. In thc Assembly, after some minor busi- ness had been transacted, Mr. Forbes moved for leave to introduce a bill to " enable other persons than licensed publicans to sell fer- mented and spirituous liquors in less quan- tities than twro gallons"?a measure very similar to tho celebrated " Bottle; Bill," introduced into tho Victorian parlia- ment some time ago by Mr. Michi...

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JUNE 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE'ASSEMBLY.   FRIDAY, JUNE 14TH   THE SPEAKER took the Chair at ten minutes past ten o'clock. BOUNDAIN LINe. Mr MOFFATT, pursuant to notice, asked, 'Whether any definite arrangement has been agreed to by the government of this colony, with that of New South Wales, for settlement or re-arrange- ment of the present inconvenient boundary line between those two colonies ;or what reply, if any, has been received to the letter of the Colonial Secretary of 13th March,1860,- forwarding a me-     morial from certain residents on our Southern portion praying actio, should be taken in this matter.         The COLONIAL SECRETARY replied that no definite arrangements had yet been made with reference to the subject referred to, but the probable result of correspondence   which had taken place with the New South Wales government was, that commissioners would bc ap...

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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. From May 14th to May 17th. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

?EVENTS OF THE MONTH. ' From May 14tli to May 17th. Tue publication of this journal on Tuesday hst as tho first daily paper in Queensland i's a fact' which, tells its own tale ns to1 the progress hoing made hy tho colony; and inny therefore ho; recorded wis tho chiof event of tho week, .At first sight this circumstance May. seem.: one of minor importance, but in reality it is not so, inasmuch as tho wistuncc of a journal which daily spares no pains to ttoU.how.. tho world goos; which is ever open for the full ventilation of all ques- tions of public interest; which is over gather- ing in stores of information, and spreading them abroad; which is ever tho advocate of measures fonding' tb tho",advuucoinont of tho colony; and over the jealous'guardian of the rights lind liberties of tho people, must exor- cise an important influence; in tho advance- ment of a new country. ¦ Uml was sold at Gayndah during last week at tho rate of £440 per, acre; A recent issue of the Bathurst. fire. Pre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861

rANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. ' LITTLE, George-street. , , ., :>\,4/i ANTED, SITUATION as GOVERNESS ¦¦¦?»» : HODSEKEEPKR, oi-anveipociiyof trust town or country. Address X. Y., Post Office' Brisbane- , :.A .YOUNG MAN. of I good business habits, "ri.; wishes to meet with a respectable situation in a mercantile establishment. Unexceptionable references oin b? given, if required. Address 0..P. 'Courier' Office, Brisbane.-'.i ? ': ?' LA W.?W A NT RD, by a Yourie Man. .who has i served a portion of his articles, arid,who'ip desirous of completing them, «''SITUATION in lin'attorney's office. Addres, FOLIO, 'Courier' Office.!'" ' '?"", : " ' '¦ W ANT IC D< about ;thei middle of July, a fonr , ? qr,six;roomed 'OOTTAGE.'withiti.five minutes walk, of .the"Criterion.'!¦;Apply to STEWART andjI-IEMMANT.. ¦ ? '" < ' <?'' ! .,:,,:.,To,Squatters.,.,;-.. -.;.;?¦ ¦¦¦¦< T/n-ANT.ED, an. ENGAGEMENT, by a man * V' . I... who has had tho working manageme...

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