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OUR NEW MINISTRY. (From the South Australian Register.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861

OUR.'NEW.MINISTRY. (From tho Soutli Australian lirgittrr.) Tun efforts .to-reconstruct tho Cabinot havo at length been successful; and the following list, submitted on Monday last by Mr. Rey- nolds to his Excellency, has been accepted : ?Mr. Morphett, Chief Secretary; Mr. Stow, Attorney-General; Mr. Reynolds, Treasurer; Mr. Hay, Commissioner of Public Works ; Mr. Strangways, Commissioner of Grown Lands and Immigration. Tho Ministry met the Parliament on Tuesday last, and the necessary ministerial explanations followed in both homes. In tho Assembly some hon. members professed to feel surprised to see Mr. Strangways, who was supposed to have becu especially under the censure of the house, seated again on thc Treasury benches, although in a dif- ferent posiliou, whilst his late colleague, MK Bagot, against whom, it was understood; no objection had been raised, had been ex eluded from the ministry. ? Mr. Bagot ex- plained that the Treasurer, after his first failure in the attempt to fo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUSTRALIAN WINES. (From the M[?]lland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861

AUSTRALIAN av in es. - (From tho JHrftlarid Mercury.) [ We find in the Albury Border "Post an .in ! foresting comparison of tho wines made .on , the Murray wit;ft those'of the valley of the j Rhine.inEurope. Mr.Frauentelder, oneof the Murray viue-'growers, was foririerlyaniember '?ftJ1i-.*?"'6- '.Jl.^ral'jSociety of Baden, Germany. Il,nd he so'.ne'tinie ^siriccsent to that society *,. 9???.-'- "-Joritaining".'sample's, of fivo of his ?vines." The society had them tested and comps ,red ,w.ith the best Rhinish winos, arid aPPe'ar to have been surprised at tbocompa fn-11 .ve excellence pf tho Australian wines. VJese were -sf jil' at the dato1 of the report *",ent to -Mr.- ? Frauenfelder, to . undergo ^'another and greater .trial arid discussion with ju-igesqf wino in Heidelberg." ' [ Tao Baden Agricultural Society appears to. subject,..wines': to a kind of investigation; ' 'different 'from::! any we have previously lioticed/nndtwhich is probably founded on n knowledge pf.the.'qualities...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECCLESIASTICAL CORRUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861

JfifiLJBaASIICAL^OBRinrrTO^l ~.-j, ? U?U-.U.,?jyi?!].?,!;«U?l,|0!,1,1jC.?;??, '"^z Jtr.J£Rhow_qr._couBin,-or- a-bishop'; wife's brother's sop^'nephew, or co"o! aforesaid, even to'thcW " . _?,U) Bs cofiWB?Bft5.Vv or "'inC'i W!W*Bt - fdogreesr'or average run ?f ^^ ^or8-° than'.tho i. oHon as much && Ht*'- -y deserv. &«- \ ,bll° oP'nio-"^ »8 otter mei. ?S&wti.»<-pi/^P/o-v;?-, -^' never quarreh-, r^S*^" »-" " ?4wkfpr.WBiamily5tJ he only d^ » ..cently.iafhe. recognise.-i °?L" '^Tfa*-aMy-'Objeqts.tp'.the claim, °Jw8vT -h-.Whold.,,All;tliat>M Wanted °f b«B?P5'I^:«littT»lmanagement, a little decency, a Ii £tje moderation. Nepotism is, llke#^^4^.-pwlin*!K^«ISfigr-6f"""ae"" !5f'?n,? ?-»n,:,epis«opW)bf a quarter ° ^^nf^.aoib'*»hop.vwntrives.;to;plarif ' C&}nnTitr^T 6tfj£ffi 'family con S"m«litjd,(W&»» W should say that h. MMlW if, as soon as he ha, comn-' "*'* 5nto tho.''episcopal .saddle,: hi ? i jits a gross and larger and scandnl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (BY TELEGRAM.) GOULBURN. Thursday, June, 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861

m LATEST INTELLIGENCE. f ' ' (By Telegram.) , ? GOULBURN. '. * - ' Thursday, June, 13. The following is the' rosult of tho polling at tho Goulburn election:? Mr. Alexander. 207 Mr. Faucott. 78 Majority for Mr. Alexandor.'.-f.-12i) <-¦¦ ' . .............-?=-:-- -MELBOURNE. ? -."? ". Saturday, Juno .8. A preliminary review of tho volunteers took place to-day, when, there was a largo muster of tho force, and tho various evolutions were excellently performed. Tho Governor presented tho Rifle Associa- tion prizes, at tho Exhibition building. Tuesday, Juno ll. Tho District Insolvent Court Bill has passed the second reading in the Legislative Council. In tho Assembly, Dr. Hoadly gave notice of motion of. a want of confidence in tho Ministry?motion standing for next Friday. Mr. Loder gave notice of his intention to move for an address for £50,000 for assisted immigration. In tho Legislative Council, tho Bill tn repeal tho Export Duty on Gold was received very coldly, It will sure...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861

|||l;;;-;:COUEIEE ';;,::V;.!:'VlS:NOW PUBLISHED . ? ¦ :..-; f,,K.iM ¦<¦ < ?-." ;" . :¦?- -¦ ,'¦- ?¦.¦',?? ?'; ,.;¦"¦! .(jilli SUBSCRIPTION PKBi QUARTER :~ ;; . '? In advance, 15s. ; V"-.:'; V. '?'¦¦! ¦"''il.tiWrifl'. <7ie cuJTeni gwartfir'ittb cJitxrge jo jil %'-,made to present Subsoribersfor-.the additional papers suppli'id.- . ' ?''',' ;: ?"' ," Stekm.to Syelneywith; tlie English Mail. fllBE : TELEGRAPH, 'from ii i ? X the- A. S. N. Co.'s New lM^ Wharf, on WEDNESDAY, SsfSP-Wth. instant, at 3.15 p.m; C01. Steerage Fares Keducerl to $3; '\ vr^-''[y, '"'-W ";'".'' ,,', GEO. D..WEBB,'-:¦'!?! T''''"'"'.'i', "W'. ':..''¦ ; V..V-.' Vi ' ''Agent,,r:, ?Whn^''lilh'iln'ne.'j.-). ¦¦¦¦'. > ';¦--?; :.^ ¦ ^TJ ir'jr;r^il .\fVllAlUV Steani to Fort 'Denison, Calling, at Kociiampton. ."; V.;..V W' rriHE A.S.N. Co.'s- Steamer - i." EAGLE will be despitch ? ed for the above Torts on; or _r-mm?¦Jfnbout FBID A Y,; the: ; 29th; June, -, For ,rate of freight and faros ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 17 June 1861

IMPORTS !':Teleeranh: 4 cases; 5 ditto' blue, 1& ditto cltees ,, 1 tTnstTease, 3 Cel, C. Newton ead Ccuf 1 ea' /e¦ .|B-;P.Heath; I package bacon,Tr mie;IS4 bags: ^ tatoes, 1 monkey complete,,0.; -Hoff aad Co. 5 2 cases champagne, H. Johnson; 2 H«rce}Si ac lses J. \V'. Buxton; 2 bales, Fairfaxu,o*Belbrid/ ,e j ease-glass,- A.' Davies; 5 boxes-siuidrw ., \V> Wright; 1 cask, ,W- A.Browne; 4U> cases, J 10ck) 2 half-tierces tobacco; 3 caaespipe8,5 Iiegsiwr .Usrum, 45 cases gin,'Heussler and FrancVtaoD; io cases fruit, 10 ditto starch, 15 boxes, 6 eas es, v , Wilms ; 159 bags-BUgar, E; B.Forrest; 1-pi irtel , School ol' Arts; 1 case, Kev. J- IL Fletche' ... i mso furniture, Curter and Mooney.; 1 br ,K dothinv, J.,. Macdougall: 1 bale, 5 paree s, G. "\y. -Miller; 4 liorseVJ. Bowman; 5cases oil, B .Bourne; 15 hagrsugiir; 5 chests 2 boxes tea, 1 . cask apples, 1 ditto'ciVndles;! mat dates,W. Grin- es; 4 c,^ ],?,,., blackY'J.'G. Phillip: leask, S. Sr litli; 2 kegsink, ?Courier';...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION ON THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION ON I THE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. The following petition has just been pre- sented to tho House of Commons:? Tho Petition of the Chairman and Com- mittee of the General Association for the Australian Colonies, Humbly sheweth, That your petitioners aro tho representa- tives of a largo body of Australian nnd New Zealand colonists, residing in or visiting the United Kingdom. ! That in such representative capacity tho association has on sovcrnl occasions been re- cognised as well by tho British Government as by the governing hodios of tho freo colonies of Australia. . That.ono of thc chief objects and duties of tlie association is to watch tho rn-occcdings of tho Government and of Parliament, and in all matters affecting tho interests of tho Austra- lian colonies. : i That your petitioners havo heard that your honorable House has appointed a committee to inquiro into tlie present system of trans- portation. That, in the opinion of your petitioners, transportatio...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

^"K^AilS PER " JEDDO." GENERAL POST OFFICE. -nn-wf,- ?-;'¦¦ -( Brisbane, mil June, 1861. TI1HK Mails per the V. nnd 0. 8. N. Company's JlL;i'steamer " Jeddo" will he made np nt this Office, and.'despatched via Sydney per Telegraph, 'Hs.inider!f??'' - For all places, except Sydney mid tho United -Kingdom, the Mail will be closed on Tuesday (THIS DAYJ'tho 18th instant, nt 5 p.m. Registered better* must be posted before 4 p.m. wi'Uteisime.tlny..; .,, ' '"'For Sydney and the United Kingdom only, the Wall \will close on Tuesday (THIS DAY J the 18th iriHta'nt; nt,8 p.rii:' \ w Registered' Letters will bo received until 5 p.m. (M.Tliefollowing mniis will he despatched, viz.:? fl'p. ttie,UnIted Kingdom, via, Marseilles mid viii Southampton ; to France; to the Northern Coun- tries bf Europe via .Trieste; to' Melliouriie, Ade- laide,-; Tasmania, .Western Australia, Mauritius, Alexahdriu, tho Indian Ports, China, nnd thc Cape Of Good Ifope.V . iflic'tte'rit'lntetided tb bo transmitted hy any o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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SPORTING. "NIMROD'S" DEFENCE OF "MENTOR." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

SPORTING. *'NIMROD'S" DEFENCE op "MENTOR." Observing somo remarks in your local con temporary bf the 12th instant, purporting to refute certain statements made by your contributor " Mentor," in tho report he gave bf tho North Australian Race Meotiug, I fully expected to seo somo explanation from him in reference thereto, nnd it was only a day or .two ago that I was informed by " Mentor" himself that he was unable to answer the assertions mado by yoiir contem- porary, from tho fact ol it being out of his power to contribute nny longer to tho Courier?not from unwillingness on his part, but from circumstances connected with his other duties ovor which ho had no coutrol. . Not wishing to see him any longer lying under tlie imputation of being: unablo to satisfactorily provo to the public the cor redness of his report, I feel it my duty, being to a small extent a sporting con tributor myself, to take up his defenco; at tho same timo, deeply regretting tho fact that it will bo impossible ...

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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, (THIS DAY.) GENERAL BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE assembly. ;; Tuesday, (Tins Day.) , OESEIlAl, HUSINKSS?NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. Q'SsUluvan to move,?That this house Will, on Tuesday, resolve itself into a: committeo of the whole, to consider of an Address to the Gover- nor, praying that his Excellency will be pleased to cause to be placed on the 'Supplementary Estimates for 1861, the sum of £3000 as a loan towards com ploting' Brisbane-street, Ipswich, and thc wharves there. '¦ Mr. Watts to move?1st. That it is the opinion of this house thnt the discoveries of tho late Dr. Leichhardt, and tlio benefits arising therefrom to this colony, deserve some recognition at our liana's. 2nd. 'flint a monument be erected iu somo suitable pince in this city to thc memory of tho late la- mented Dr. Leichhardt and his pnrty. 3rd. flint this house will, to-morrow, resolve itself into a Committee of Ute whole, to consider of an Address to tlie Governor, praying that Jiis Excellency will cause to be placed on tile ...

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weekly Calendar, [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

weekly Calendar, m>! Jtm Wah* at Bbubakb, e?Vpayifr Date. Mom. After. Tuesday ...... Wednesday'.; .Tlinrsdayj'..1 "Friday. 8tU«rday. 8unday . Monday ..... sd in-.- --";i Jnne. 18 19 20 21. 22 23 : :24: 6 38 7 26 8 18 9 6 9 55 10,56 ll 52 70 7 54 8 45 9 30 10 24 11 24 0 20

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QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

. .. QUEENSLAND MAILS. AwuvAL'and Detartukb of Mails ut the General .jiiir.-ti :-?¦¦¦ Post Office, Brisbane. POST TO w"iVS. Auburn... ; ... ..,' - ; Callandoon (Gundawinda) ; . Casino and Grafton '..:... r-, Cleveland - - ... . ^ ... .-. , Condamine - ,: ..; r--... * :~., Dalby-.;.' 7; - ... ... ?, Drayton? . 7 ..'.. ~'... ,--yy., Gayndah; '..I'.' . --?. r' :,. .Gladstone., v :j ... ; ^_ ... y Ipswich...' _' ";.-. i : .,.- "' . Leyburn..;, v ¦-JU ' -.'..¦..- ? .., Mogil"....;: ?-"'.":.:;- ; y.y ¦?:.?,-, Nanango .- "_ r.'..; '¦',";'¦ ;¦ .-., Marlborough ,..';' ~ .,. -Maryborough A-.y- ii.'... Maryborough; ;;...; It... -Bockhamptoh and Port Denison Sarat and^arrow* C1... -., Taroom;..." : -/?. -'?I... '¦"' -Toowoomba ~. ;;.., ?->... _, ¦-yrVttwipkjj V- «.? '.? g ,^tstwood"aiid JTulalbin ^ «? MAILS CLOSE AT BKISBAJTB. ¦' Monday at 1 n.01. . - / " ; ~ .? :?''-? ' Jonday at 1 p.m. ¦-- ? '-' » ...-?-! : -: t~ '"'' -T' Mona>T at 8 P-m. ' V ; r ¦- : y -iv --'. Monds/ »»»-3° P-m." ¦ ¦'...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY.—Before the Police Magistrate. John Boyle, charged with stealing a horse from William Woods, was discharged, the evidence of the son of Woods, the only wit- ness examined, with the exception of the constable, failing entirely to prove the charge brought against Boyle. Mr. Garrick   appeared for defandant. STEPHENS v. CHAPMAN.—This was a wages case. Verdict for plaintiff, £1 12s. 3d., and 8s. 6d. costs.       SATURDAY.—Before the Police Magistrate.     William Taylor, charged with drunken-   ness, was fined 10s. or 21 hours' imprison- ment.           MONDAY.—Before T. S. Warry, Esq. James Ceatz, and John Egan, for drunken- ness, were each fined 10s. or 48 hours' impri- sonment.       Michael Egan, charged with obstructing the police in execution, of their duty, wa...

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NEWS AND NOTES. CLVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

jriws'&mstvEi. S .,;rIBY;/A..SYDNEY MAN. .CLVI. Tbe Northam'made good'speed this time. We bad the news through, by telegraph from Adelaide'on Sunday hight, and it was 'pub Hished in the daily papers next morning, the nnail steamer herself getting into Port Jack- son early on Wednesday. Aa you have all the papers, I leave you to deal wit ii them. Garibaldi has had an open rupture with Cavour, but made it all up again ; Cardinal Wiseman is likely to be provisional Pope, and set up opposition to the Archbishop of Canterbury in London; the Danes and Prus- sians are still growling at each, other; Spain bas filched Dominica; Mrs. Yelverton?-that famous indiscreet?like Byron's lady in the poem .(supposed1 to ba Lady .Caroline Lamb)? ?'- '?' : - '"'"' ¦ Plays the devil?and then writes a novel! The Yelverton heroine is said to be engaged in this way, while her repudiating spouse appeals to Casar on the full Bench. Tho Queensland Government Bill?whatever it may be?has passed the Lords...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

WANTED, a respectable HOY, as an Appren tico lo the Bookbinding. Apply to JAMES MILLAH, Edward-strtet. WANTED, a good COOK and LAUNDRESS, also a competent HOUSEMAID, Apply at the Q Brisbane, also a competent HOUSEMAID, Apply Queensland Hotol, Edward-street, North uriauiuie. WANTED, a thorough good COOK; to a competent person liberal wages will be given. Apply to Mrs. CUMING, Devonshire House, George-street. -?' WANTED, by a married couplo, with a family of five grown-up children, a SITUATION ona Sheep Farm, where all could bo employed, Apply by letter to SnEf herd, «Courier' office. \v ANTED, SITUATION as GOVERNESS V» HOUStKEEPEIl, or any capacity of trust town or country. Address X. Y., Peat Office, Brisbane. ¦.-, ANTED a COTTAGE, of from Four to * Six Booms, within about five minutes' walk of Courier ellice. Apply by lotter, Btatiug terms, to W. JOHNSON, Courier office, ISriidjiino. UT ANTED on terms, from 500 to 1500 head iT ofUATl'LG. The station commands a yood market for fat s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

'TO OUR AGENTS. OUR AGRNTSwill plousn to bear in mind the USUAL STATEMENT of ACCOUNTS, to be made up to the 20tli of thc present monti], and forwarded to this Ofilce by the 30th. TO SUBSCIURBRS. URS0RIB13RS are reminded that tho price of . tin' OouittKR per quarter is now PIFTEEN SHHjIjINUS, to be paid in advance. I (AGENTS wil please to note tho above) sl ; ;* TO THE PUBLIC. i NOTICE. A PUBLIC CONVEYANCE will commence iii RUNNING THIS MORNING, between the Sovereign Hotel, North Brisbane, and the ?Forrester's Airns.Fortitudo Valley, leaving Bris- bane every hour, from 8S0o.m. to 7.30 pm., iind'.Fortitude Valley every hour, from 9 a.m. to 8p.Di .-;¦'¦? . ' VkoB eabh way for through and intormediale distances, SIXPENCE. Parcels will be convoyed on the most reason- able terms from Brisbane lo Aldirmnii Warren'j ¦ \ of tin Valley, (who has kindly consented to Uko 'charjsof the same till calli d for,) mid parcels from,the Valley will ho deliwrcd ut convenient place* in town, or left ut t...

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The Courier. TUESDAY JUNE 18, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

:i#e fourier* TUF.8PJT JUKE 18, IStH THK'Jab'sehce of an organiicd opposition io .th,o,Legislative Assembly is producing ilft/jaturnl fruits. The Colonial Secre tnryv.isiob'ecoming moro nud moro auda- cious every day. Twice since tho re- assembling nf tho House after tho adjourn- ment has he accused the Courier of mis- representation/ nud twice, as wo shall be able" to show, has he by so doing laid himself open to a counter-charge of deliberately making statements which are inconsistent with fact On Wotlnes dajy in laying on the table a copy of a lettprfrom His Honor the Judge to Sir GeqhgK Bowkn, respecting tho franchise, I { he took..advantage of tho opportunity to f have a fling it us as .well as at Mr. I c Macalister, who, wc must onufess? ' n ttIuJo commenting on tho ooudaot of thu \ c government in withholding information as to the existence of this letter?used much stronger language than wo our- selves should have thought it proper to employ. Mr. Herbert accused the Courier o...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

JLoi'iiB" J"Jsit«aH8g;euce. Tun Enolisii Mail.?Thc mails per Tele- graph will closo ns follows:?For all places, except .Sydney.and.tho United Kingdom tho mair'will closo this afternoon at C o'clock, registered letters "being receivable for such places until 4 o'clock. For Sydney and the United Kingdom only tho .office will close at 8 o'clock to night, registered luttors being receivable until 6 o'clock". Election op ? Municipal' ' Auditor. ? Tho blect'ion of an auditor in the room' bf Mr. E. S. Ebsworth, ;-who'has loft :the colony, took place at tho City Council Chambers yostorday ut noon, a modurato. muster of.,ratepayers hoing prcsbnt. Tho Mayor presided..- ; It-was proposed hy Aldorman'Stcphonsl'rind'sccoiidod by Alderman Cribb, that Mr. Shophord Smith should bo appointed as auditor for tho .yo-, inainder of tho municipal year; aiid, no other caudidato hoing proposed, tho Mayor doctored Mr. Smith tb bo dill jv elected.': Tho proceed- ings did not last five' minutes. ' Congueoatio...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SATURDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

IPSWICH. (ifROM OUR OWH , CORRESIJONpENT.) ,:' . ' ' Saturday, June i 16V TiiEiNoniinatioiirjOfva iiowiinomberifor Ips- wich," in room,of,Mr.MaculistoiVtookplnco yesterday..,. ,¦¦',--'?¦>-..-,;,V. ,- ¦ -.ii'v;-" :¦:.'¦¦¦ : At hoon,.tho Returning,Officer,. Mr.' Hon dron,. opeiipdrtiio proceedings byroading first thu Writ bi' theSpoakor, and then tho Notice calling ,tho''meetiiig'.' ', Ho then ; called, on airy of :th'o cloctbrs; present, to propose a candidate;;';''.':, WV".. ?"'.". V Tlio 'only' candidate in the,field, as it hap poncd, was Dr. Frederick Cumming, of Forti- tude Valley^; 'who had the same '"morning, produced a sensation by publishing an amus- ing' address to tho electors in tho columns of t&lt\['NoHK''Auatralian.A . It wouhf scorn that tho electors worqdoubt fill if this wore not merely ii hoax, for nb. one prdposc-'d'pr'seconded this candidate,.nor did tho Hotwiring Officer suggest his hinno. . , Mr. P. 0. Foote then carno forward, -and .said lie appeared ...

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Letters to the Editor. LETTER FROM DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 18 June 1861

IieMci'g to the Editor. LETTER FROM DR. LANG. Sm,-1?It may perhaps bo interesting to not a few of your readers to be informed of my movements (as an Australian colonist taking a warm interest in tho welfare and advancement of Queensland), since my ar- rival in England about two months since. , In tho first place, therefore, I have been occupying my leisure time in completing ¦ a work on Queensland, entitled, " Queensland, Australia j a highly eligible field for Emigra- tion, and thc future Cotton Field of Great Britain. With a disquisition on the origin, manners, and customs of the Aborigines." I had been making collections and researches for a work of this kind for months before I sailed for England. I commenced it imme- diately on leaving Sydney and continued il" all the way to England; and I have since been working at it from time to time, and superintending its passing through the pross. I shall have done with it to-day beforo I leave town for Scotland hy the evening mail; and i...

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