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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTHS. ADEVILLE.-On the 5th April, at Gayndah, Mrs. J. A. Adeville, of a daughter. HEATH.-On the 16th May, at Eskgrove, the wife of G. P. Heath, Lieut. R.N., of a daughter. HACKSHALL.-On the 13th June, at her resi- dence, Brisbane-street; Ipswich, Mrs. J. Hack- shall, of a son. JONES.-On the 16th May, at her residence, Wickham Terrace, Mrs. A. R. Jones, of a son. JONES.-At Kinellan, on Saturday, the 25th May, Mrs. Thomas Jones, of a son, stillborn. MACKENZIE.-At Kinellan, on the 23rd May, Mrs. Mackenzie, of a daughter. MURRAY. -On the 20th April, at Cooper's Plains, Wide-Bay District, the wife of Lieut. John Murray, Native Mounted Police, of a daughter. PHILPOTT.-On the 24th April, at Gayndah, Mrs. James Philpott, of a daughter. RODE.-On the 31st May, at Ellendale, Kedron Brook, Mrs. Rode, junr., of a son. SMYTHE.-At her residence, Stanley-street, South Brisbane, on the 17th May, the wife of Thomas Fitzarthur Smythe, of a daughter. &nbsp; MARRIAGE...
COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 15 June 1861
COMMERCIAL SUHMABY. Two subjects of considerable commercial im- portance havo been discussed in. the present soision pf Parliament, and both mny D0 snid m re£°,v°d the conc'irrcnCe of tho As- sembly. The first of tteB0 ia tho ra!ging of a ^..l^200'^0, W «th which to prosecute necessary public Vorkg> Tho gum ig to ha raised by debon'^,.,,, bearin 5 or 6 per cent. T,nJnni?i?n lt is Proposed to pay off thc Svnn1?' ¦? lcn ye»r8- Th0 0thcr iS an atl oitionai ',naucement to capitalists to devclope SJ? °°/«ton growing resources of the colony. ;. Substance of fdic inducement is contained ,n. the following sentenco:?"That tho go Temment be'empowored to grant land in fee simplo in blocks of not less than 320, nor more than 1280 acres,, if, within two years, capital in tho proportion of £5000 to each 010 ? acres shall have been expended in preparing for and in-carrying on the cultivation of cotton." Should the objoct of this liberality bo,t as it is believed by nany, to repay capi- talists ...
DEBT BETWEEN QUEENSLAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 18th Sept., 1860. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
DEBT BETWEEN QUEENSLAND AND ! ¦ .,'j ' NEW SOUTH AVALES. Colonial Secretary's Offico, ': -' ''Brisbane, 18th Sept., 18G0. Sui,?Referring to previous .correspondence on thc subject'of tlioadjustinontof tho public dobt and ''outstanding; accounts between this colony mid that bf New South AValcs, I have now the honor:,to,.inform you that a bill, a copy of which is orielbsed, has recently been passed by tho Parliament of Queensland, pro- viding for'tho 'appointment pf, acommission on tho part of this colony, to co-operate with a like commission, which it is hoped may ho appointed on'behalf'of -the colony,, of. Now ?South Wales! lir determining and adjusting tho general q'uostiou of account between,.thu, two colonies. ,,' ','" , : i" ' Having.givcn tb tins iinportant matter their most careful ¦consideration, mid being, pro pared to enter fully into its discussion, tho government bf Queensland aro, very desirous that measures should bo adopted , by thu Exccutivo pf Now South Wales for pro...
DALBY. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) JUNE 11th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
DALBY. (FROM A COURESPONnENT.) ,.', ~ ,,| .. ;;¦'¦ JuneHthj "1861. On Sunday last, about two o'clock in tho afternoon, a man was drowned in attempting to. cross the Condamine, at "a place callod Sandy Camp. The Chief Constable has been out wiih a party of blacks searching, for the body, but without success. The dead carcase of the horse was found about fiveihundred yards below thc crossing¦ place in the fork of a tree. It is-thought, that the' deceased must have been !a shep- herd. ,: The rivers and creeks arc all very high .up, and we have had plenty of wet.. It ia beginning tb look Uno again just ns tho mail is closing. . ¦ ¦ - ?-.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
,, TO OUR AGENTS. OUR AGENTS will-please to bear in mind the USUAL STATEMENT of ACCOUNTS, to he made up to the 20tli ol' thc present month, and forwarded to this Oflice by the 30th.. ? . ., TO SUBSCRIBERS. ViUuauKLlJKUS nre reminded macnie (ince of O tbeX'ouBiEa per quarter is now FIFTEEN SHILLINGS, to be paid in advance. (AGENTS wil please to note thc above.) In ordor to make roomful* tho news by thc mail, we havo'buoh compelled to omit a second luador, our Ipswich letter, "Nim- rod's" contribution, and a quantity of correspondence..
DARLING DOWNS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
DARLING DOWNS.. (FUOH OUIl OWN COURESl'OXDENT.) Tiiuiisuay, Junk 18. Police Oitiui*. Toowoomba, Wednesday, 12th June, before his Worship tho Mayor and A. D. Broughton, Esq., P.M.?George Burton and Andrew Daley, constables of the Drayton and Toowoomba polico force appeared in custody, charged with having on thc night ol' tho 3rd instant, negligently allowed a prisoner named M. Fox to eseapo from their custody. It appeared from the evidence that tho two constables bad tho prisoner and two lunatics in their charge, for conveyance to Gatton, cn route for Brisbane. The lunatics wero handcuffed to each other, but tho prisoner bad no restraint upon his movements. Tho party camped at night with a dray at Flagstone Creek, where tho constables slept soundly. Fox, it appears, did thu same, but with one oyo open ; for on tho following morning it was found that thc Fox, with tho cunning natural to his species, had quietly "stolu away," and, on account, we suppose, of thc cold, " tho scent could ...
Latest Colonial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
Latest Colonial Intelligence. The news, from the southward does not appear, to contain many items of importance. Wc hastily cull. the following from our files. The composition of the new Upper House in Sydney is at length definitely known, the following list, having been officially pub- lished : Mr. G. Allen, Mr. W. Byrnes, Mr. J. Campbell, Mr. E. C. Close, jun.; Mr. J. B. Darvall, Mr. .P. Faucett, Mr. R. Fitzgerald, Mr. J. F. Hargrave, Mr. G. K. Holden, Mr. R. Jones, Mr. C. Kemp, Mr., J. Lamb, Mr. J. Macfarlane, Sir W. M. Manning,' Mr. J. Marks, Mr. F. L. S. Merewether, Mr. J. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mitchell, Mr. G. Oakes, Mr. J. H. Plunkett, Mr. J, Robertson, Mr. R. M. Robey, Mr. Bourne Russell, Mr. A. W. Scott, E. Dens Thompson, Mr. E. W. Ward, Mr. J. B. Watt, and, Mr. W. C. Wenthworth. Four- teen of these were classified as conserva- tives, and thirteen as liberals. It is rumoured that a change will shortly take place in the Anglo-Australian postal arrangem...
ADELAIDE. Wednesday, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
ADELAIDE. AVcdncsday, June 12. Flour and corn market without alteration. Prices nominal at yesterday's quotations. The Soutk Australian Mining Company's copper has advanced from £91 to £92 10s. pel- ton. The Treasurer mado his financial statement yesterday, of tvo hours in length, in thu course of which hu pointed out that at the commencement of the session there was a deficiency of £22,000, hut now that there was an iucroaso for thc twelve months over tho estimated revenue of £GO,000. A despatch, relating tb tho Ocean Postal question, has b:cn received by the Governor, approving of Sir W. Donison's scheme. It was reported that thc Peninsular and Oriental Company inteud making King George's Sound tho terminus instead pf Sydney, so that tho'1 colonies might mako arrangements together for tko conveyance of the mail from thence. ¦' '¦ ?' ¦ ' Thursday, June lil. .The. corn 'market is without chango. AVhoat, at tho Port, for delivery is Gs. 8d. per bushel. Flour, £15 12s; Gd, A grand Vol...
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
QUEENSLAND AlAILS. Abkivai, and Dhmiiturk of Maim ut the Genernl Post Olliee, Brisbane.: , . POST TOWNS. ~ Auburn;.. ;- :.- ."'. ?:- ?¦?"'..,' Callandoon fGundnwjnda) -! '¦-' fnsino and Grafton ;,? -.;. ¦: Cleveland-. '--ii. i-~ ???"j r. Condamine-1, - ';'.. " '.V. '"' "1 Dalby ... -:-- ".;, ..; ... -- .". Drayton ... -.- ... :c *.".. :_: ~ Gayndah /; - ..'. -_;¦ iU '¦ \ Gladstone '. - ... *" ,.V, -'- ~j 'pSWlcU ... ' ' ... t-' .'.. ;; ~ Leyburn... ' -... ~ ..'. ' ~Z jroj-ni... ... ::; .f. _ 'i Nanango ... -¦' ... ?- .-. 3IiirlbnroU2,h ;... -\ ... .'¦-?? --. Maryborough - ... "- ..** ;-.; ? Maryborough -... ;.V .« *.. ~:. Rockhamr.ton and Port Denison Surat and Yarrawa '"'..;' ¦¦ aronui... - ... ~; ... -".-: Toowoomba- ... " ... ¦ .. Warwick ... ... - - Westwood and Nulalbin. .,.' "MAILS CLOSE AT BRISBANB. Monday at 1 p.m. ^ ; : Monday at 1 p.m. _- ~ Monday at S p.m. _ " I. Monday at 1.30.P Tn. Monday at 1 p.m. &lt;_ Monday at 1pm " " Monday at 1 p.m., and Friday at Ll5p.nl....
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
Jiocnl Intelligence. Our Summary for England.?Copies of the Summary for Europe, published by us on Saturday, may still bo obtained at the ollice and from tho agents, but an early ap- plication is requested. Municipality or Warwick.?A procla- mation in Saturday's Gazette contains tho appointment of Mr. A. E. Hallorau as tho first Reluming Ollicer of the above-named municipality, and fixed Friday, July 5th, us tho day wheo tho lirst mooting of electors fur the nomination of alderman shall be held. The cotiucil is to consist of a mayor and al- dermen. Appointment. ? Kearsey Cannan, Esq., is appointed surgeon of tho Brisbane contin- gent of thu Queensland Volunteer Rifle Uri. gadn. " Our hoy " thinks this appointment extremely, judicious and opportune, seeing that ibo volunteers will soon bo supplied with tho arms for which they have so Jong waited.
The Courier. MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
WXjz (fromm* MONDAT, JUNE 17, ISO! The Seleot.Committee upon the organi- zation of tho Native Police must evie dently. 'have been appointed under th iiufluence of some malignant star. It appears to be the evil gouius of the Houjo of Assembly during the present session. The Houso inaugurated its appointment by an impotent and ludicrous attack upon tho Press, and on! Tuesday last tho woes and sorrows of tho committee, hapless source of in.ipira ition lo Mr. Watts, were tho cause of | another debate. ' "Blustering fellows" who write in newspapers, to adopt tho | euphonious phraseology of the Colonial Secretary, will persist in misinterpreting the committee's intentions, and question- ing its impartiality. The susceptible feel- ings of Mr. Watts are goaded until their I unhappy victim is driven to tho verge of distraction. lu order to prove the per- fect impartiality of the committee, the members of tho cotnmitteo and of the House generally, abuse in good round terms those who express a...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
SMpptag Intenigemee. ARRIVAL. Joint 16.-Telegrapb, steamer, ? trow, Ca ptain O'Kelli v from Sydney. Passengers?Mr. and , Mrs. § Phinir^Mr and Mrs. S. Davis, 5 oMldre n and 2 se * Mr. "nd Mrs. E. H. Booth, ft Irs. J. Rmitl. Miss Smith,. Doctor Dempster, ? Master Kn.M*nReynolds, Pantpritcb Neil, Bowmau, Alexander Bowman, J. Govan, Jervis, r- ""me TeSpt^eave for Sydney on' (Vednes %eUTdegraph lett'tCWtb Head o f Sydney Jwd^JaT Hth, at :B :W£g. **?$. '^?OfnV-on^Batarday at-4;15 p.m.,arnvf -&lt;i nt Cape mSo«Sunday at 3.30 V**?*', g* b the Bar same day at:6.30 P,^ »u?% ±1 £ ' J* __ hadjnpderatewesterlywiudfland»['e eiHltpt.
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
Coiuiuereinl Intelligence. "Mn.rP, Maykb bought, during last week,' from Messrs: J.,and D. M'Connell, of Cressbrook, 2C$ primp huifors at £4 pur head. -Ah";/! J»: Hopkins' usual wcokly sale of horses, iKc^vpn.Saturdnj'was well attended, arid tho uf.Qit.Ol tho lots ojfered brought full rates. *Mr",'A.'Martin reports tho Halo at'auction on Saturday of tho following goods:?4 tons p«taj;pe8, at£8,103. to £9 per ton ; onions, nt lid', to*fid." ppr lb.; GO busliols of maize. , ut G3.;fldj,rJcr,hi(sUol; bran, at:1s: 6d. per bushel; lOc.wt.jwarl "harley:, lid; to. 2d. -per 'lb.; 9 c\Vj,",bncbh.and hains, at-Od. to. ls. por. lb.; bdpti§d;alq,.G,s, ,to-[Si.-, poe.'dozen-;' 100' dozon oranges', Gd', to Sd. per dozen; 300 lbs. butter, ls.'to l's. id. por lb.; colonial cheese, 6d. to 8dvditto; currant:), Gd. ditto; coll'oo' 4d.-to fid." ditto; window sashes, por pair, 11s. to 12s. (id,,; whitu load, 8s. pur- kag; .calico, 4d. to 7&lt;l.'por'yard.?Also a largo qiinntity of sundries*.books...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
Congregational Church, Brisbane. ANN1VER8AKY SERVICES. APURMO "MEETING will bo held on TUE"-' DAY EV UNI NO, Juno 18th. Te* ir! I'lin j provided ut half-pant six. Tiek.ru Two Shillings euell, can bo pi-'iMin.'d of Monsi-m. l-Wry, M«>v»i». Stewart uiiil 11, in"-nil. Iii*. Unxto". Mr Smith,-.' (I...:, 'ir. V:|!ki*. -.? Mr. Hu:.-.-?'-, lit,; I'ui.-iia .\[.*,-'i:; -,; ; ,.,-?n'i:- - -.1 hv i'.,. Vf.r...,i--: :'iii,:- .! ."' lera in U,&lt;- uit... Coilcutious will bo mnde at the I A oloso of each Service, towards liquidating tub I ad dbut on tho Church. ,' nd W; ANTED;ib leipebtable BOY; u sm'Appi'eiN I J, ,tice. to.j.the.iiBookbindiog. vi Apply:'to' I 'JAMES,MiLLAB,...Edw!»rd-8trtet;,vj yiI'.r.-?'_¦"'" W- ANTED;''by-a' mrtme'd cooplo, with aj'amily Of five grown-iip'childi'eri, a SITUATION on a Slump Jfann, where nil could bo employed, Apply by letter to.SuEPHSBD, > Courier 'office. \,\ ANTED,-SITUATION ag GOVERNESS: *V ¦?HODSFKpPRR|>iiiny'cipiiciiypi'ir2»t,l town or co...
ELECTIVE UPPER HOUSE. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
ELECTIVE UPPER HOUSE. (From tho Empire.) Oun Queensland papers indicate the proba- bility of speddy ''political reforms, more hopeful for that colony thnn anything thnt has occurred since separation. The great stride made by Queensland in advance of her former position was inevitable from the vastness of hbr resources, lt would, how- ever, have been of small benefit to the great body of the colonists hereafter, if tho Le- gislature continued in its present restricted form. With ah Assembly elected by n monetary suffrage, and a -nominated "Upper House to which the Governor claimed tho right of making life appointments on his own responsibility, it is easy to see that the whole governing power, and tho whole wealth of tho colony, would soon pass into tho hands of thc few to the _ ex- clusion of tho many. We rejoico to observe that there is a prospect of arresting this misfortune, and the train of evils that would follow, by returning, to those sound principles of popular represen- ten...
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE; The' Queensland Government Bill, has' passed the House of Lords. Tho Duke of Newcastle goes.to.India,as Governor-General. He is to be succeeded as Secretary of State for the colonies by the Hon. W. Cowper,- son of Lady Palmerston, and late Vico President: of the Board of Works.-; -; .-'.- - .-' -....'-:.- =-- -; ¦" It is.rumoured that the late Duchess of Kent died a Roman Catholic.?' ?"¦' ?';?¦ Mr. Edwin James, "Q.O;, ha's resigned his seat-in' Parliament;. His successor is Mr.'P. Lewis.;'^ -;'' ;''* ¦/"'.' ;?/'-.'',''.' ' !.;,' '.'.',. ,'?'' Major Yelverton lias 'appealed tb, the full Bench bf Judges, against tho decision of tho Dubliu Court, in tho famous marriage case. Large subscriptions aro being raised for Mrs. Yelverton. , She. is engaged in writing a novel, bearing, it is supposed, on the facts of the caso that has-been exciting'so much in- terest. .¦.'¦??? '¦? ' At Greenock, ten men belonging to the new iron-clad war frigato Black Prince have been drow...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. FALL OF FORT SUMPTER. THREATENINGS IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
:mvCUlY A.L ¦?¦ ' of tiie ENGLISH MAIL, FALL OF FORT SUMPTER. -THREATENINGS IN EUROPE. ¦Bk the-Telegraph-we have-thD'EngltshlSair by thc Northam, willi our papers to April '2Gth. The news is unquestionably import- ant. .. Wejji ye' the.fi rs t?pl acc., lo .the -i ii tel li -:: 'geiicc'froiu "America. y:, ...... j OAPTtlitE t^iFOR^'SU^^ &lt; -Thc nc w's tl i ii t" lr isti I i libs 'iii v-o cb rh tiU&Wl in America,, followed by tho;,.(»^1 l-,.r(>1".'Kui*t >.Suiri'|jte.r,': is' coufinnmlA, Normie;; wis" killed ¦ 6'feeither side,'".yet^^ t!Vp;,sliot,,iiii?i shell other-, wise ''(HW 'terri IleVexe'cu Jon. The,, federal ships in'Charleston' did not tnkViiriy part in the. affair, Chut' wore nyifely pitssivelookers .on.-;;' "/file-- fort was on Ore,V/and'Vthe mon worked in a body of flames;. The de- tails nt present received are contained.in tho following second edition bf the limes :-? "The capture of-Fort Sumpter,,., We havp received by express a copy of the New Yorl...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
H Thomas Martj'hfili^ .)W.v.-.!; Noxseryman and Florist, Kedron Brook, - ::?-. 'On the Pine River Road), AS tho following osBorlmeut of PLAITS, _' ON SALfis? -v.,: ORANGE-^-St. Michael, Maltese or Blood, Poor Mali's, Sil Iel ta; Sabina, Cerrito, China; Bahia'(or Naval), Mandarin (I'h1perr),: Nap' darin (Uanlolij, Mandarin (China), 'Lemon,*Lis-; bun, Citron j nil "is. Cd. each. ? ¦:¦-?: t: ut-'-' I'EAC.rt?tflul China, Early China; l)6ub1li; liliissi.inCiiiiid,. Iluby, Delicia,' iliiiiiitii;;>itll ct. ls!,.each..... . ¦ ¦: ... -.. .- ';.¦¦-. ...?,..¦'; ¦¦'?.; .-:. -^ay"'^ ; ijWuins:of.all;sort",,.tlirce,;.v'irietios:.i'of "(Figy Guavas, Cherries,:Qui«6es,;iit-ls,"e»iclu'..ii)ct'?;,iil-i, : 0 It-V PICS?l&lt;Vd,iiiir.i:iic,(ied.,nijd.wliite),;B|iiokJ; iHam!«¦«', Greeii"'M'ii!iOjtdj»e," Purple * Alvina,' Ulm k Pi inca,,.Gi ecu SweetVWuterif Whifo Sweet Water, IsAlibil'a'f all, jil',2Vv)j,.i. per 'dozen'." '? Ordors.for any,of,tile.aboVp may lia lefteitlior Ht Mr. 'IV CLAIilC'S...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861
SYDNEY MARKETS.' By tho Tulograph wo havo advices from Sydney to thc Mth instant. Both sugars and teas*[had &lt;¦.again advanced, Tho Herald writes:?-Sugars aro in request, and about hnlfj.pf. the .cargo of Mauritius sugars ex Mary'Niciiolson, han .'boon placed at from £-11 10s. to £17 10s. peiv ton. Tho teas ox James Sheppard brought higher prices, which may. ho uccoiintod for by thc auctioneers stating' that they wore in possession of the fact, that hy .telegram from Molbourrio, that tho Ori- ental had left Foochow for Melbourne),'and that thcro wore no vessels loading tea for tho .colonios.-jind-that-tro ship had sailed since last advices, for .Sydney or Melbourne The-prices' realised' for thc balance, of tho Janies'Sheppard's tuns, ranged from £(i 12s. (id. t0'£7'ia»; lid. for chests, and £2 17s. Gd. to £3 12s.: Gd.'for hulf-ohosts, and I'Js. Cd. to 2tis. for boxes. Tho oilmen's stores sold realised full rates. ? Littlo business of importance had been transacted, parties...