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THE APPOINTMENT OF MAGISTRATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
TUE APP0IXT3IEST OF XAGIS Tll ATE S. to Tiir rmioii or thj bhisbvst cornirn Sut,-I x\as much »trink xuth xour lcniarks on Mi Bio«nc's motion lespcctmg the appoint- ments m tho Commission of tho Peace lu IpsxMch it is «eil known that certain iceeiit appointment« hud their oiigm entuel) on poli- tical grounds, and, as nun be expected, ex- ceeding!) objet tionuble, pnrticuliul) in the easo of one, who«o unletteied stupulitx is ii matter of noto in tho town 'lins niau, Sir, incapable as ho is of xi tiling two «ords of Piighsli, 01 reading, ptononntnig, 01 understanding two hues of an Act of Parliament, l« to be seen pro siding on tho bench-occi«ionall) a laughing stock for the whole commuiutx Still, xuth his mcnpaeit) staling lum in tho fuco, such n the xnnit) of the niau, he «ill go thcie, and shoxi to tho world what ti Queensland Lxecu tue is capable of doing B) nil moan«, Sir, let us lime the appointment of J P's letted m the Judge«, und though the) mil) be deceit id in their choice,...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Thursday Evening. j'^ Great excitement prevails in the flour market in consequence of the new 3 brought by the mad Intelligence of the failure of the w heat crops reached Adelaide jestcrdaj, and caused an ac tivo demand both for flour and wheat m that colont Our telegram states that sale» wore eflccted there at £20 per ton Tins has unsettled the state of the market tliroughout the colonies, and 111 Brisbane puces havo been tanouslj quoted at from £32 to £-10 per ton It is there fore impossible to git e anj thing Uko fair quota tiona A t e»»el is now loading at Adelaide for this port with flour, and another is on tho way, and 1» hourly expected Tred Chas Davenej íeports the sale of 230 fat bullocks, dtht ti ed m Ipsw ich, at 85s , and 110 cow«, delivered in Ipswich, at 63s -Queens laud Times By the Citt of Brisbane v> 0 have 1 ecen ed our files from Sydnej up to tho 9th instant Tho follow mg extract» are from the £ 21 Herald - Business ha» been vcrj did...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
Wht Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1861. TnE Colonial Secretary has given notice of his intention to move a series of resolu- tions, ol' a very remarkable character. The most appropriate term by which they can be designated, is that of " Curiosities " of Political Logic." It was said by William Hazlett, of the wonderful monologues of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, that the renowned conversa- tionalist was in the habit of " starting " from no premises, and arriving at no " conclusions." The same remark cer- tainly does not apply to Mr. Heiiueiit with regard to the resolutions to which tve refer. That gentleman sets forth astounding premises on which he bases unique conclusions. Tho resolutions which the lion, gentleman in- tends to propose would be marred by any attempt at abridgment on our part; we, therefore, give them in their entirety. They are to the following effect:-" 1. That the " rapid growth and development of the " colony preclude the possibility of any " fin...
THE NEWS OF A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
THE KEAVS OF A DAY. (BY Sarah T Bolton, of Indiana ) I J}^ "Garvr Butilo' Time's Evti a " Hie newsboy ci led, But it som eel) rippled the lu ing ti lo That ebbed anil flowed in the nols) sticet, With its tltiobbing heart and its bus) feet Again, tliiougb tlio lunn of tlio clt) tin died, "Client buHlo' Time's LUra ' Ten thousand killed ' . And the little cimier lim nail ann), With the sonowltil news of that wmtei day Ton dient) loom in nu attie high, Tiemblotl the xxouls of that small, «lmip ei), And a lonel) widow bow eil bei hoad, And min nun ed, " Willie, ni) A\, llhe Is demi O, I fonretl It was not an idle tlienm That let me, last night, to Hint ti u k deep stream, Wlieie the giound was xvet with a crimson rain, Anti strewn nil oxer with glinstl) slain The stars woio dim, foi the night wits wild, Hut I Uncalled tlio gloom till 1 found nt) child ' " Tbe cold min fell on lus upturned faco, And tlio swift ilestioyci lind left no tinco Ot the sudden blow, and the quick, sharp pain, B...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THURSDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Thursday, Mat 12 Brisbane.-9 a.m.: Barometer (corrected), 30028 j thermometer (shade), 65-2 j ditto (dry bulb), 65-3 ¡ ditto (wet bulb), 623 ¡ force of wind, 1 ¡ direction, S.S.AV. j cloud, 2 j weather, fine, cirro-cumulus clouds. - 3 p.m. : Barometer (corrected), 29-955 ; thennometer (shade), 81-2 j ditto (dry bulb), SI j ditto (wet bidb), 69-8; force of wind, 1 ; direction, N.N.E. ; cloud, 1 j weather, fino aud warm, scattered euxmdus clouds. (Per Electric Telegraph.) AVisd and AVeatuer.-Lytton, AV. and fine j Ipswich, AV., and dull ; Lnitllcy, calm and cloudy ; Toowoomba, calm and fine ; Drayton, AV., and fine ; AVarwiek, calm, and fine ¡ Dalby, calm,- and dull. SroXKT.-9 a.m.-Barometer (corrected), 20 9S5; thermometer (shade), 58o¡ ditto (dry bulb). 61--1 ; ditto (wet bulb), 48-0; forco of wind, 2 ; direction, AV.N.AY. ; cloud, 0 ¡ wea- ther, fine.
CORRESPONDENCE. PEGASUS GONE MAD! TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
CORRESPONDENCE. PEGASUS GOXE MAD ! TO THE EDITOR OP TffE BRISBANE COUMEB. Sin,-In tho Weeli// He) aid of Satin dai last appears an eil u«ion of so oxtruoi dmary a elia raelci that I feel impelled toiescuc it fiom obli lion b) tinuofcmng it to the columns of the Com iel Allow mc to call the attention of your i eadu 3 to the following " alphabetical allitciation " 'Iho subject the poet has chosen foi his theme is the late disunions Hi o in Queen street, and the time (I should guc=s b) the st) lo of tho verses) must lau o been after .upper-about the time that " Bl lsbauc brightly blamed," and the " aw e struck nsseuibl) began to be a« full) amazed" - AS AlLlTEBATION An awc-stiuck assembh an Tully nmnzed Renioiimv Brisbane Iii isb ino brightl) blazed Citizen« confounded, crushtnph conspire De ith-durimr, dauntless, despising danger ilire rxtraordnur) exeitions ingincineu expend, Tu einen, fierce fishtin,,', fuiious flames forcfend Great ¿lowing gilders, glittering gorgeous glide, Iloiia...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NKWo. (mon omi TEiEGHArnio cohuespondests.) SYDNEY. May 12. News has heen received from Auckland to the 6th instant. Colonel Booth, Lieutenant Glover, and four wounded men hayo siuco died. Tho rebels occupy AArairoa Pah. It is im- mensely strong, and alfords a retreat to tho mountains. Another engagement at Maketu is reported to havo taken place. Tho new gold field at AAral;aiuarina is creating great excitement. Further particulars have been received con- cerning tho fight al Maketu. The friendly Maories overtook (ho rebels near Olainarahau, and killed sixty; tho remainder tied. The Telegraph will sail on Saturday, convoy- ing tho Queensland portion of tho English mail. Haswell's wife and three other persons havo been committed on a chargo of forgory. MELBOURNE. Great excitement prevails in Iho flour market. Tho mail news is considered satisfactory. The U.M. steamer luis sailed for Sydney. A inn VTF telegram has been receded to tho eíTccl that Mr Jordan, the late Iinnngi...
THE HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
THE HUNT. Jo«, tba huntsman, noxv trots along through the iomovlutt boro and brown pasture-fields to- wards the covert ¡ tho pack, eager and keen for the fray, clustering round tho heels of his horse. A few moments only olapso and tho sea of gorso is alivo xrith hounds poking here, there, and everywhere, seeking tlio lair of sly Reynard. Old oxpedenco having taught me Hint Gipsy Jim's knowledge of tho fox and his habits (for being half-brother to tho varmuit in his nature, how can it fail to bo othcrxxise ?) xvould servo me in good stead, I station myself nour to bim in order to have a good vicxv of ' Mr. Reynolds,' as Jim culls tho cunning animal, xvhen ho breaks covert. Kor am I wrong in my conjecture, for after a few pleasant notes from old Bellman, who hits upon tho placo xxiiere master fox crossed a rido early this morning, and a ' bark to Bellman' from Joo the huntsman, out jumps, almost "¿to Jim's arms, as fino a fox as ever wore a »rush. Master Reynard looks soniexxiiat asto...
SHIPPING. CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
SHIPPING. CLEARANCE. OJLj.liAIl.axw.i-1 Mat 12 -Caroline, schooner, 64 tons, Cap- tain Hams, for Guam, in ballast IMPORTS City of Brisbane, from Sydney 1 case benls, 2 bundles grating, 2 bundles sheet iron, 4 bundles rope, 8 pumps, 5 casks tar, 2 kegs paint, 77 cases oil, 1 bag bolts, 4 packages. Perry Brothers , 2 casks tar, 3 kegs nails, 2 bunáes scythe handles, 2 bundles shovels, 2 bundles spades, 3 kegs nails, 1 caso picks, 1 parcel, J. Markwell, 2 drums od, 6 corn shellers, 2 cases handles, 2 bundles washboards, 12 axle bare, 12 axle block«, 1 parcel, Brookes Brothers, 6 cases kerosene, 1 keg nails, 1 bundle forks, 2 chests tea, 48 bags potatoes, 17 cases onions, 1 parcel, G Toms, 2 cases chair», Dr Bell, 1 case glass, 3o packages boots, T Illidge , 2 bales leather, Gray, 20 casks biscuit*, 2 keg» butter, Felton, Young and Co 2 cases glos«, 1 cask lampware, l8 packages, J Kohn and Co , 6 package- J AV Buxton , 1 bundle shovels, 6 package» iron mongery, 1 cask blacking, S nest« ...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
SHIP MAILS. The mails for Maryborough, Gladstone and Rockhampton, per the AA .Uiauis (s.),^ be made up and closed at the General Post Office on Tuesday next, as under: For registered letters at noon ; and for other letters and newspapers at 12-30 p.m. , The mails per the City of Brisbane, (s.), for Xcw South AVnles, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and the Northern Provinces of IS En Zealand, will be made up and closed at the | General Fost-office, as under, to-morrow For registered letters at at 11-30 a.m. for other letters at 12-30 p.m. ¡ and for news- papers at 11-30 a.m. The late fee mail for Sydney and Melbourne only, will be closed at 1 p.m.
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 12. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—John Maxwell, charged with &nbsp; drunkenness, was fined 10s., with the usual alternative. LARCENY.—Ellen Russell, convicted on the &nbsp; previous day of having stolen a dress, the pro- &nbsp; perty of Honora Thomas, was sentenced to be imprisoned for six weeks in Brisbane gaol. George Hudson, brought up on remand, charged with stealing a cane, the property of David &nbsp; Penfold, was discharged, the evidence of two witnesses clearly proving him guiltless. LUNACY.—Patrick M'Goldrik, on the evi- dence of Drs. Hobbs and Bell, who deposed that he was of unsound mind, was committed to the Lunatic Asylum &nbsp; ASSAULT.—Frederick Parchert, at the instance &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of Mary Wagner, was ordered to find sureties to keep the peace for six months.
INSTINCT OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
INSTINCT OF HORSES. I HAVE said the horse knows Iub way home, candle or no candle, thereforo I lot him find it «.Tor himself', and I will givo this word of adxico to nervous, inexperienced riders, that they lake too much upon themselves when they snatch at the bridle, as they often do. When you xvorry your horse by pulling at the curb-rein (tho euri itself is altogether a wrong thing) you distract his attention from his proper business. Ho is a better judge than you can be as to the distance Ids nose should be from the road, so that ho may see it to advantage. It is quite a mistake to hold up his hoad :-tho darker the night, the more freedom you should give him. Besides this, thehorso linds his way at night as much by the car as by tho eye. Even in broad day it is greatly by tile hearing that he does so ; and nt night the other souses aro quickened when tho perceptions of Bight aro at fault. The horse, on on accustomed road, knows perfectly what sort of echo it is that should como f...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
Auction Sales. THIS DAT. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. A. E. ALEXANDER has received instrne .^..m.» (ions to sell by public auction, on tho Premises, Mary-street, txvo doors from Edward street, on FRIDAY, May 13, at 11 o'clock, Tlio wholo of tho Household FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising Chairs, tables 2 Eight-day clocks Doubla iron bedstead and bedding Doublo wood ditto ditto AVashstnnds, pictures Looking and pier glasses Harmonium Musical boxes Cooking utensils Sundries. Terms-Cash. 4193 TO-MORROAV. ALLOTMENT No. 7, IN TUE WEST END ESTATE, SOUTH BRISBANE. TRUNDLE & CAMERON will sell nt their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, May 14, at 12 o'clock, Lot No. 7, in Iho AVest Eud Estate, South Brisbane. Terms at sale. Transfer under the New Act. 4519 I TO-MORROAV. '. I ALLOTMENT No. 102, IX TUE .,- ' NORMAN ESTATE. TRUNDLE & CAMERON xxiii sell at their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, May 14, at 12 o'clock, Lot No. 102, in Pashen's Norman Estate, a ., ' fexv minutes' walk beyo...
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thubsday, Mat 12. TiiE SPEAKER took tho chair at a quarter i past three. -^ ' COMMITTEE''OF ELECTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS. The SPEAKER notified that in consequence of the resignation of Charles Lilley, Esq., as a member of the above committee, ho had ap- pointed Theophilus Parsons Pugh, Esq., to re- place him. At a subsequent stage of the proceedings, Mr. Maclean took the oath as a member of the said committee. committee PETITION Mi DOUGLVS piescnted a petition from the late chief constable of Gladstone, Michael Bindon, relatne to lus dismissal, and the pay meut of a portion of salary alleged b) lum to be due He (Mr D ) believed the petition, xvhich «as a xciy length) one, to be respectfully, although somewhat strongly, « orded The mo=t sti uigent expression had i e fcrence to the conduct of the bench at Glud stone m a certain ease, and it x\ as to the ellcct that " the judgment of tho magistiatea xtas an mfi action of the «pint of pistice ' On the m...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
1AIP0R1ANT KOIICE ALLOIMEMS oír GREOOEY TERRACE TOR PRIVATE SAID TnrRE uro still ii few Allotmonts TOTS, SALT in tho Paddock of tho BIT ß O AVILSON, and tho Auctioned s would call tho attention of intending pinchaseis to tho fact that these Allotments «ill not bo open foi selection after tho 31st Mux, 1801 IRUKDLE Ä, CAAtEROK, Queen street KB-Pa)inents oxtonding ox cr a poi íod of l8 months 1115 KOriCE JAAirS CAMPBELL, PLASTntrn, Lime and Gun nt Mfiicijxxt, io, 4c , Ao, lina for gienlei conxciiicnco to himself and customers KFAIOVLD to his KTW FRTMISLS in Cietk sheet neni tho Miukct AVhitif, «heit ho xvill bo m n position to supply all demands with d»«patçh, 1007 ik, ¡lit ifo, «y. J'S lOtl ind xas .ed cb, in «J tad 3 a got me ¡ed up Ko. 9. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT (LIFE ASSURANCE) SOCIETY. Incorporated in 1857 by Act of Parliament of K. S. AV. Principal Oflicc-Hiinlei'-strcct, Sydnoy. Tho Hon. A. T. HOLROYD, Esq., M.L.A., Cluiii'iiinn. The Hon. J. MITCHELL, Esq., M.L.A., Deputy C...
THE EASTERN MONARCH ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 May 1864
THE EASTERN MONARCH ON FIRE. Nrvrn xx lulo I lix e, and my senses i oiiiam, can I fo.gct my next nxxakeumg Did I still di earn, 01 «as it indeed aicality? Tho xxiiolo «hip seemed sliattcied into fragments-I xvas hulled fiom ni) bed and I stood in tho dink noss of death Is ii the sea that buists ma denso volumo into tho cabin9 'Iho decks seem to icel and quixci, to n»o and fall Now I thought it was peipendicular, then that tho ngiug xvatei xxas surging oxei its side up lo the top Stifled, I gasped loi bteath, thean «tis chai god xxith sulphui, and the atmosphere such Unit it «as death to lemniii M) mind bccnino a moxmg pnnoiania Hie piolines me now in disluict, but, oh' how xixidl) ni) «hole life passed on tho shifting scenes, xxith one diendful ceituint)-that it xxns death that xxas noxi chopping tho ciutani on ni) eiulhly stage 'Iho most distinct feeling 11 emcmbei ol tins moment of painful existence was-that it xxns death Still, the xx bolo penod of tho trauco xias but a moment, t...