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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

To tJie Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sir,-A paragraph having appeared in your journal of the 26th ult., (which has just reached me), in which you make comments respecting a letter addressed by me in a recent case to the Benches of Magistrates, I take the earliest oppor- tunity of stating I think it unfair, to say the least, that you should have passed any/strictures upon the contents of ithnt letter without first giving me a hearing, and knowing the^other side of the ca e, or at all events accompanying your remarks with a copy of the letter in question, which, or the original, I presume you have either seen or been -furnished with--l cannot for a moment suppose that you have acted upon the mere ipse tiixit of " a person namejd John Edward Crvtchfield"-for the public might, even without any comment from me, have adopted a di lièrent opinion of the matter from that which you seem to entertain. ,lvdo not blame any man for expressing his own opinion-on the contrary, 1 it is so rar...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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ENGLISH NEWS AND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

ENGLISH NEWS AND EXTRACTS. - The ute Sir George Gipps.-This brave and intelligent soldier, who expired at Canterbury on the 28th February, in the 57th year of his age, was one of our peninsular veterans. He obtained his commission of second lieutenant in the corps of Royal ^Engineers on the 11th January, 180¿). He became first lieutenant on the 21st December in the,same year; -captain, otrthe 30th of September, 1814; brevet-major, on the 10th of January, 1837; and regimental lieutenant-colonel on the 23rd of November, 1841. He served in the Peninsula to the- end of the war, was present at the siege of Badajoz, in March and April, 1812; in the affair at the pass of Biar, battle of Castalia, at other smaller affairs in Catalonia, at the capture of the Fort of Balaquer, the siege of Tarragona, and blockade of Barcelona, in 1813-14. He led one of the columns of assault at Fort Picurina, during the siege of Badajoz, and was wounded in the left arm on that occasion. He was knighted in 183...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAIS. July.,21. .William,schooner,,Steele,from Sydney." I-,. Passengers-MissesSutton, Master Sut-' % f *; ton, Mr. Watson^and six in the steerage. '*'/-' '^S. Ann Mary, schooner, Brown, from Syd *ney. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Now .. .- ;.-- ''hffgMr? Christi^ and Mt. Kellys *?£"" , DEPARTURE. ,July30. William, schooner, Steele, for Sydney. '\ Passengers-Twoprisoneisof theCrown in the steerage. IMPORTS. William: 1 bale drapery, 1 'box candles, 2 -cases fruit, 3 cases 3 hhds. sundries, 1 cask bottled beer, 1 case brandy,! cask 8 bags sugar, 5 bags - salt, 1 parcel twine, 4 chests tea, I cask: rum, 40 bags flour, I bale woolpacks, Leslie ; 2 bales wool- packs, Gore ; 1 cylinder nails, I pkge tobacco, Burgoyne; 2 cans oil, 1 cask rum, 1 case sta- tionary, 3-tons flour, Graham ; 1 bale leather. 1 tparcel, Carey ; 3 kegs white lead, lean oil. 1 can - rurp3, 1 parcel brushes, R. Jones . 7 matrasses, 1 , cask blacking, 1 case pipes, 1 box fruit, 2 cases pickles, 2 ...

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TIDE [?] TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. July 31-Saturday.:... 2.0 2.20 Aug. 1-Sunday . 2.41 3.2 2- Monday. 3.28 3.53 3-Tuesday. 4.21 4.52 4-Wednesday. 5.30 6 9 5-Thursday. 6.48 7 26 6-Friday. 8.1 8.32

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. A Great Fact.-A week or two since we no- ticed the fact of a lady having to be accommodated with a railway carriage to herself, being too large for admission to any ordinary carriage;' The lady (Mrs. Elizabeth Armitage) is now m Man- chester, to which place she carne hy railway from Liverpool, and being unable to enter''the usual passenger carriages, the company were obliged to fit up a horse-box for her accommodation. <. That she is not wliat the Scotch term a "wee bit lassie,"" the following account of her extraordinary weight a id proportions will show ; and when ji'e add that she possesses a decidedly handsome and expressive face, and is only twenty-nine years of age, our readers will agree with us, that there is no mistake about her being Mr. Armitage's " better half." She weighs 31 stone 11 lbs., and is 5 feet 8 inches high. Her bust measures 72 inches, waist'47. inches, ankle 11$ inches.-Manchester Çourftt, Thb Ministry amo jiik Opposition. -The H...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. \] Th$|tditût,Qf^tHe ^ymey'tàefÎQld recommends that Government should Vmpfö one fof the whait síl^es'.-and send .bom? its corftents as a.íree gift fro,m ,tbe* colony for tlie^rèfief of the distressed Ir^sh .and Scotch. -Mr. Alfred Lewis Cosar has been appointed General Interpreter by the Govern- ment!-Tlie sum'of £1400' has been collected in Van Di,empn*s Land for the relief of the distressed Irish and Scotch1.-The expedition for the recovery of the white woman, supposed to be in Gipps' Land, is returning to Melbourne unsuccessful. -The Murray, and the rivers in Port Phillip, have all risen to a fearful Jieight.-A rich mining dis- trict is said to have been discovered at Yorke's Peninsula, but the Adelaide Observer states that only two of the mines now worked, the Burra Burra and the Kapunda are paying well, while three concerns are doubtful, two have ceased working, and on all the others a dead loss has been incurred. The Observer concludes its view of the presen...

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WARLIKE DEMONSTRATIONS AT MORETON BAY. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

WARLIKE DEMONSTRATIONS AT MORE- TON BAY. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. Sir,-As a stranger in Moreton Bay, it is with considerable anxiety and astonishment that I have observed, unequivocal demonstrations of approach- ing warfare in this district. The preparations of Ihe Moreton Bay party would seem to be only defensive, but as 1, for one, (being of a discursive disposition), have no particular desire to be re- stricted to any one locality, I shall be glad if you can inform one from whom are expected such serious hostilities as appear to be provided for. AU the bridges on the route from Darling Downs to Brisbane are either utterly destroyed, or in such a precarious condition as to be scarcely /passable by infantry of the line, and a practical eye can in a moment perceive that the passage of artillery would be impossible. The roads, also, are so ingeniously diversified by ruts and holes as to render the manouvres of cavalry impracticable. Indeed, 1 myself endeavoured to ch...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent. J At the Police Court, on Wednesday, the 28th inst., there were no cases for adjudication, and the Magistrates proceeded to select a spot for the erec- tion of our new Court House and Lock-up, the tender for which has been accepted, and is to be completed in six weeks. The place chosen for the building is immediately in the rear of the present police hovels, and within the Government paddock ; a more suitable site could not have been fixed upon, and is sure to give general satisfaction, for being near a deep gully, the town is not likely to extend so far in that direction, at the same tine its proximity will obviate any inconvenience lo which persons in business might be subjected by an attendance at a greater distance. A petition is now in course of signature, ad- dressed to the Bench, on behalf of John Lifield, with a view to procure for him the grant of an acre of land adjoining the township, to form a reservoir on ; this i...

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A PHILOLOGICAL SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

A PHILOLOGICAL SUGGESTION. I would anglicise the orthography of chemise and improving upon the hint which they would then offer in its English appearance, we might introduce into our language a distinction of gen- ders-in which it has hitherto been defective. For example Hem ¡se and Shemise. Here without the use of an article, or -any change of termination, we have the needful dis- tinction made more perspicuously than by hie and htec, le and la, or any other articles serving for no other purpose. Again-In letter-writing, every person know» that male and female letters have a distinct sexual character ; they should therefore be generally dis- tinguished thus Hepistle and Shepistle And as there is the same marked difference in the writing of the two sexes-I would propose Penmanship and Penwomanship. Erroneous opinions in religion being promul-. gated in this country by women as well as men, the teachers of such false doctrines may be di- vided into Heresiarchs and Shcresiarchs, so th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

tmm STEAM TO SYDNjEY, .np ¡H E TAMAR WILL SAIL ON ?* Tuesday, 3rd August, And <tn every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. <H. R.S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane. STEAM TO SYDNEY. TOE STEAMER MAITLAND, _ Captain Parsons, master, ('jrtll'sail for Sydney on n t f ,. TnuRsDAy^ 12m August, wind'and weather permitting. ' t* FARES . £ *. d. Cabin, provisions include. 5 0 0 Steerage, ditto, ditto. 2 2 0 GEORGE WATSON. .¡Kangaroo Point. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. THE STEAMER 1 EXPERIMENT will in future leave Brisbane for Ipswich on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and Ipswich on THURSDAY and SATURDAY. Fares and freights as usual. R. GRAHAM & CO., "* "Brisbane. 10th July, 1817. Affenjs*. SALE BY AUCTION AT IPSWICH. MR. DOWSE BEGS to inform his friends at Ipswich, that he will Sell by Auction, at the Queen's Arms Hotel, On SATURDAY, the 7th AUGUST, At li o'clock, Several cases of Merchandise, consisting of Check Shirts, Moleskin Trowsers, Priuts, and a variety...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1847. EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

íHoretott THE Sa» C ou ri er. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1847. EXPLORATION. We have more than once recorded with feelings of gratification the labours of Mr. Assistant-Surveyor Burnett, in extending exploratory science in this part of the colony, and we have occasion again to call public attention to his valuable ser- vices-services which we have no doubt will not only be gratefully acknowledged -by the inhabitants of Moreton Bay, but will be duly appreciated by the authorities in Sydney, and more particularly by the head of the department, of which he is so able and zealous an auxiliary. Mr. Burnett returned to Brisbane on Thursday, having accomplished the object of his expedition to the northward. The party left Brisbane on Monday the 5th instant, and arrived at Wide Bay on the following Wednesday. They en- camped for the night under Double Island Point, and proceeded next day through the passage into Hervey's Bay, which was found to be about a mile in breadth at the entrance, with a chan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 31 July 1847

CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. The public are hereby cautionedagainst renting the house known as the Bush Commercial Hotel, at Kangaroo Point, from Mr. Prott, the present occupant, or purchasing any of the fur- niture, fixtures, or other property, now on the premises, without the written authority of the undersigned. FREDERICK BRACKER.     North Brisbane, 30th July, 1847. RAMS FOR SALE. FOR SALE, at Eton Vale, Darling Downs 140 RAMS, from 18 months to 2 years old,   being the first pick of a flock of 800 Ram Lambs of the well known breed of Messrs. F. and D. Forbes, and selected out of the flocks of those gentlemen in August, 1846. For further particulars, apply to MR. ROBERT MILLER, Overseer, Eton Vale. IRISH and SCOTCH RELIEF FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS collected by the North Brisbane Committee :   Amount already advertised £.17.10.0 £. s. d. J. C. Wickham., Rev. J. Hanly .. J. Richardson .. Wm. Kent .. .. G. S. Le Breton W. Pickering .. W. A. D...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS." July 31. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. Eldridge. Mr. Bell, Mr. Laidley, Mr. Charles Appleton, and five in the steerage. . - -w Jane, schooner, Higgins, from Sydney. ^ Passengers-Mr. \V. Hall, Mr. J. Har Nrey, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and daughter, MW.,Welsh, and Mr. Belcher. ,k * " t v * DEPARTURE. Aug/3. Tomar, steamer, Aliène for Sydney. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, , two children, and servant, Mr. Colin J. Mackenzie, Mr. A. Graham, Mr. Chas. 'Appleton, Mr. Wingate, Mrs. Fletcher and family, Mr. Want, Mr. Ewer, Mr. George Leslie, Mr. Ferriter, Mr. G. Scott, and six in the steerage. IMPORTS. ,Tamari 1 case, l8 bags potatoes, Davidson; 1 trunk, Aarons ; 2 chests 4 \ chests tea, 5 kegs lead, 1 case gin, 1 cask ale, S boxes soap, 2 bags seed. 1 bag, 1 parrel, R. J. Smith ; 1 gun, I par- cel, G. Watson ; 2 bags sugar, Archer ; I chest tea, 2 bags potatoes, Baxter ; 1 case, I bundle, 1 package, Binnie and Co. ; 34 bars 2 bdles iron, ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

.j.TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. MORN. EVEN. Aug. 7-Saturday. 9.1 9.26 8-Sunday ..'. 9.51 10.13 9-Monday .. .?. 10.33 10.53 10-Tuesday.....11.12 11.30 ' H-Wednesday. U .40' 11.57 12-Thursday. 0.10 0.24 13-Friday.. 0.41 1.3

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YOUNG IRELAND'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

ÍOUÑG IRELAND'S GRATITUDE. ..Mr.'.Wí Smith O'Brien called all the world to Witness that his countrymen had been allowed by England to perish like vermin!"-Vide Parliamentary Report. " ' ;" The demon of famine rag'd over the earth, , And the proud became humble as slaves ; And crush'd .were" their passions, and banish'd ". > their^irth, , " ~ i' -< < - - - For the stron'gGVère made weak as a child at its birth/' And the land-was a nation of graves. Then children made orphans-and young widow 'd wives And childless old men rent their hair ; And ruffians abandoned their blood - bestained * knives, And they cried to the Saxon to succour their lives, For their hatred was quench'd in despair. Oh ! never to Britons that cry was in vain \ From the throne to the lowliest clown. All eagerly profter'd their gold and their grain, And the wealth of fair England came pouring like . rain, Over hamlet, and village, and town. Now lives there a wretch so to gratitude lost, So ...

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WRECK OF THE "SOVEREIGN" STEAMER. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

WRECK OF THE " SOVEREIGN" STEAMER. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-As a sufficient time has now elapsed to determine whether the remainder of the hull, with the engines and"'boÍlers attached, would be washed upon the beach at Moreton Island, so that it might confirm my affidavits made before Magi- strates at Brisbane, and this not having taken place, I am still laying under the imputation of falsehood, through one John M'Callum, who has made a declaration so contradictory to all others, and this the Secretary of the Hunter River Steam Navigation Company has thought proper to place before the public as a document to be depended on> in preference to my own and others. gentleman, 'I cannot cxpiess to you the painful feelings these imputations have caused me, and being able to refute them, I crave the indulgence of being allowed, through the medium of your re- spectable and impartial journal, to lay before the public a few facts in vindication of my character....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

HORSE STOCK FOR SALE BY AUCTION. MR. T. DOWSE TJAS received positive instructions to sell, with ?" out íeserve, immediately after the sale of the Entires, and other Horses, advertised to take place at the Auction Rooms, North Brisbane,, On SATURDAY, tue 14th AUGUST, At 12 o'clock, Two well bred useful MARES, in foal to a good horse ; AND A Few unbroken COLTS and FILLIES, rising three years old. MI 'I HE Undersigned have just received a few B pieces COLONIAL TWEED fiom the Caleula Cloth Mduufactoiy. R. GRAHAM & CO. CAUTION. VX^HEREAS Hie undermentioned individuals * * having entered into an agreement to serve Mr. John Balfour, for the term of twelve calendar months, the public are hereby cautioned against lining or harbouring them,viz. : THOMAS TERRY alias MACFARLANE, and ALEXAN DER AB BOIT ; they are tall, able bodied men ; and are supposed to have gone'to Limestone. ALSO, WILLIAM KELLY, engaged for tMessrs. D. Ai cher and Co., for twelve months." Descrip- tion :-Height abou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

t STEAM TO SYDNEY, HE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON Tuesday, 17th Augu&t, .And on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. ;H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane. STEAM TO -SYDNEY. THE STEAMER x MAITLAND, _ Captain Parsons, master, ^rill sail for Sydney on Thursday, 24th August, *wind and weather permitting. , JFARES:- , v J £ s. d. Cabin, provisions included. 5 0 0 Steerage, ditto, ditto. 2 2 0 GEORGE WATSON. »Kangaroo Point. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. á^ THE STEAMER * X EXPERIMENT will in future leave Brisbane for Ipswich on TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and Ipswich on 'THURSDAY and SATURDAY. ' Fares and freights as usual. R. GRAHAM & CO., ¡Brisbane, 10th July, 1847. Agents. SALE BY AUCTION AT IPSWICH. > r,.-,- MR..DOWSE . BEGS to.inform his friends at Ipswich, that he will Sell by Auction, at the Queen's Arms Hotel, THIS DAY, At li o'clock, ¿Several'«ases of Merchandise, consisting of Check Shirts, Moleskin Trowsers, Prints, and a variety of all sorts. ALSO, * A lo...

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ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR JULY, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR JULY, 1847. Dates. Time. Thermometer. Barometer. Rain. Prevailing Winds. Air. Attach. '"' -> 1st to 5th 9 a.m. 51.4 53.8 29.98 to 30.10 Between S.S.W. and West - 6 th to 10th 55.9 57.7 30 06 to 29.94 0.779 Dittos * 11th to 15th 49.8 52.9 30.09 to 30.24 Ditto. * - t r 16th to 20th 51.9 55.1 30.12 to 29.85 - Ditto, 'l" 21 st to 25th 63.6 62.6 29.90 to 29.54 Ditto.¿ * , 26 th to 31st 52.5 55.5 29.90 to 30.10 Ditto. J - ' The prevailing winds throughout the month have been south-westerJy, at times blowing strong from the westward, u/ton which occasions the tem- perature js considerably raised, and the mercury in the barometer .depressed. On the 23rd it blew a strong gale from west, the temperature at 9 a.m. was 74 and barometer 29.54 ; during the- night the_wind-veer/vl-«<>'S.W., and at 9 the next morn- ing tile temperature, was 61.5, and the barometer had risen to 29.90. J. C. W:

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 7 August 1847

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH.     From our Correspondent.   Wednesday, 4th August, 1847.-There was but one case for trial to-day, under the Hired Servants' Act, which was dismissed, no prosecutor appearing. News has reached here that Dr. Leichhardt has altered his intention of coming on to Brisbane for the present, and has taken a fresh departure in search of a route to Fitz Roy Downs There is very little doubt that the fine country.discoveredby Messrs. Campbell,Cameron, and Coulson forms a portion of them, but as those gentlemen had no instruments wherewith to as- certain the latitude and longitude, there is a shadow of uncertainty as to its exact locality, which will, however, be completely set at rest on the Doctor's return. The new line of road discovered by Mr. Leslie's stockman is now completed ; and two drays loaded each with eleven bales wool., belonging to Mr. Bracker, arrived here on Monday last, having effected the journey in three...

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