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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
SELLING OFh' «LLLING OF!" REMOVING TO NEW PPFMlsES rpHE fNDrRoI&NI D ha, det rmmed as J. he 13 about to Open h s New Prenu e« 'o Di«po«e of hi- PPEsENT slOCk at COsT PRICE, and take« this opportunity of inform ing lus Friends and the 1 ubhr that h* ia dad« expecting a Large and A aliuble is-urtreit of M A\ GOODS eon«i«tin_ of Gol 1 an I Sdier AVutches Rrooche , Rui0 and other ar ides of Je « ellery, Race Cup« an I a large a« O'tment of Sdver and Pktecl A\ are direct from Lnsknd and the Continent of Furope And a. the pre ent Stock MES TRI SOLD OrF forthwith, no reasonable offer wdl be refused JOHN XLL1N Queen «treet rHO PARENTS VND GI VRDIANb - The JL undersigned w ill require m a «hort time on his 0penino his New Premi es an intelligent I U) as an Apprentice to the A\ ateh and Clock Making and Jeweller« Lu«inc«s Premium ns mav be arran0ed JOHN KLEIN, Queen street 1112 TOAY>SHIP OF AA.R "VTOTICF is horeb« given thatP VYMrNT of -Li the Second Instalment in the Estate is now...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1864. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Estimates of the probable Ways and Means and Expenditure of the Go- vernment of Queensland, for the year 1865, were laid before the Assembly yes- terday afternoon. Few documents possess greater interest at the commencement of a session than this, for it indicates, if not the true notions of the Ministry upon the financial position of the country, at least, their appreciation of tbeir own strength, and of the gullability of the community and the elasticity of the public credit. We learn, then, that the Ministry are confident and hopeful. For the wel- fare of the colony, we shall be glad to find that their confidence is not misplaced or their hope groundless. Any doubts that we may entertain on the subject &nbsp; we need not now express at length, for it will be only fair to the Treasurer to wait for his " Budget"' before questioning the reliability of his calculations. The w...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
COMMERCIAL. Corsax3 OSes, Friday Evening. I A G22AT imp-a-escen* has tsiea place ji busmen donna tis.» la. weet, and *ere*al of our la-ge mercantile nous*- are verv busy m the execution of o-de-' ter na ion and up-country «unph« The ar-i-al o» the Enshsh mau at .Adelaide wa tclec-íiacd on Wednesday mojn raz Our la e=* te'ez-ams give news to th- ó.h of "April frota London Th» eomme-cial new may b» conr.de-ed ver s3t.s£acto*7 The Loa don wool sale. comm»ncwl on th» 13th March and t»-mmated oa th» 25Ji of the *ame month. Xhe markt wa« Terr a»tive and the advance anticipated at th» d»partare of the Feb-uarv mans wa« fall- established, onevs mhnz from one halfpenny to oa» p»anv per pound higher than at the last 'ales. Bude- were advsacmg m prce, and the tal low marte* was uaprorcns The money marie! wa» -»eadv, and the nant rate of discount wa. 6 per cent The shipments aunas the month for Au-t-a ha show an increa-e o-e- those of the previous month, and tao-e 'o* Svdney and JJn»baae co-ap-...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. May 12. - Vernon, ship, 891 tons, Captain -, from London via Plymouth, with 373 government immigrants. J. and G. Harris, agents. &nbsp; CLEARANCE. May 13.-City of Sydney, brig, 88 tons, Cap- tain Webster, for Newcastle, in ballast. No passengers. Ipswich Steamer.-The Brisbane will leave the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf at half-past 1 o'clock this afternoon. The City of Brisbane, steamer, will leave for Sydney at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Williams, steamer, for Maryborough, Gladstone, and Rockhampton, will leave at half- &nbsp; past 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon next. The Douglas, schooner, originally from Bris- bane, arrived in Newcastle from the Richmond River on May 2. The steamer Gneering arrived here from Moo- loolah at half-past 12 o'clock yesterday morn- ing, with a cargo consisting of 13,000 feet of log cedar, and 24,000 feet of sawn beech. On her out-ward trip she left Brisbane on Sunday, the 1st instant, and was for two days at the bar intendin...
ARRIVAL OF THE VERNON. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
ARRIVAL OF THE VERNON. The arrival of the Government immigrant ship Vernon will allay the anxiety which has been felt respecting her safety by those who have friends on board of her. She was sighted from Lytton at sundown on Thursday evening, but her name did not reach town until yester- day morning, when much satisfaction was ex- pressed at her safe arrival. The particulars respecting her which have reached town are very meagre, but it seems that after leaving Plymouth she touched at some port on the Brazilian coast, either at Pernambuco or at Rio Janeiro, in consequence of the illness of her commander, Captain Goldsmid, who was left in America. Another commander joined the ship at the Brazils, and navigated her to Moreton Bay, but we have not learned his name. The fact of the illness of Captain Goldsmid having caused the Vernon to put into a South American port, will in part account for the unusual length of her passage, and we are informed by Captain Aitchaison, of the Prince Con...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 13. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.— Bernard Bunes and Bridget &nbsp; Dougal were each fined 20s., with the alterna- tive of 48 hours in the cells, for drunkenness. &nbsp; Catherine O'Brien, au old offender, was fined &nbsp; 20s. for being drunk ; and, on a further charge of making use of obscene language while being conveyed to the look-up, she was ordered to pay £3, or go to gaol for fourteen clays. LARCENY.—Emma Washington was brought before the court charged with having stolen several articles of wearing apparel, the property &nbsp; of William Spicer Cooksworthy. William Cooks- &nbsp; worthy deposed to having lost five pairs of stockings and a towel, which his wife had given to Miss Lester to be washed. On the previous day Miss Lester had shown him a stocking, which she said had been taken off the prisoner's &nbsp; leg. It was one of those that had been lost, &nbsp; and the fello...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 14 May 1864
STEAM TO IPSWICH. "1HE AMY will LOAD CARGO _ TO-DAY for Ipswich at Orr and jjggman'B -Wharf,_4509 FOR CLEVELAND. mHE DIAMOND will ho despatched ____1 from Hafs Wharf, This Day, SATURDAY, tho 14th instant, at 1 p.m. j «turning next day at the same hour. Fares, 5s. and 7s. Gd. BRIGHT, BROTHERS, & CO., 4486_ "ÓDEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION '^ COMPANY. «h*^ mHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS fflBr JL LAND, will leavo for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, May 24. 58 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. USTBALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.- The CITY OF BRISBANE, SATURDAY, May 14, at 2 p.m. TO MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON. - The WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, May 17, at 230 p.m. No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, Tliis Day, SATURDAY, May 14, at 130 p.m. The IPSWICH, MONDAY, May 10, at 6 a.m. The BRISBANE, TUESDAY, May, 17, at 6 a.m. The IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, May l8, at 7 a.m. " ? The BRISBANE, THURSDAY, May 19, al 7 a.m. The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, May 20, at 8 a...
ACCLIMATISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
ACCLIMATISATION. Tm¡ following is t'10 substanco of a paper read by Mr Bindon belora tho Arictonan Aceh matisation Society, on " Acclimatisation Con Bidercd with rofcrenco to Industry and La bour " ii it appears to me, Mr Pi csidcnt and gentle men, that there is much misconception, if not ignorance or prejudice, about tho science of acclimatisation AVe can easily collect this fi om some remarks that aro often, I admit, lustily Bjiokeu on tlio mutter People w ill imagino that Mice who aieinteiistcdm this subject me scl «lily pin smug soino piojeetoi hobby of (lieu Sown introducing some strange animal 01 plant, perhaps forcing nature, as they call it, and thus not very profitably employed It is to meet ob lections of this sort, as well as to descubo this science m its true light, thatlvcutuio to ask you attention for a Bbort time, while I speak of acclimatisation considered m autihtnnan point of vie« It may bo vciy agreeablo foi the sportsman to introduce the partridge 01 tho hare The...
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
TUE GAZETTE. Tin following is taken from the Goiemment Ga.ette of b lturday - ArroiMMEMS -Air Thomas Gordon to bo Inspeetoi of Cattle foi the districts of Leichhardt und Poit Cuitis Hie Rex Edwaul Divul AIad0nick Almistei of the AVesloian Alethochst Chut eh lesiding at loonooinba to be a Mmistei of Reli0ion for the celebration of Marriage* ni the colonx of Queensland
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
ClUCKET. ids Tur i etui n înitih between eleven plax eis of Biisbnno ncain»t sixteen of Ipswich came oil on the new ground on Satin dex Iho mtatut felt by the upiesinlatms of both towns w is shown in tho lingo attendance ol «peitntois and elm mg the afternoon a eon«uliiablc mimbil of Indies xisittd the giound Hie Ipswi«h plaiers chose to put then competitors in hint to tho bowling of 1 oden and Alendes G Conh*luin and Box wini in tog tbei Vftu sconng a double and two bingil« Dixon Unen Hie ball ns n fililí i un was being attempted and the w iel et» xuio loweied befoio Cowlishaw i inched his giound Greenly foil m id xihen Box was gixen out Kg btfoic xueket Shaw joined Gieenly, but the foi mel wa» um out without scoiing Miicmsh cnnio next and tho second ball oil loden tool Ins wuktt AIGiath jo ned Greenly mid a line displax of batting was tx hibittd csjiccudli by Giecnh His innings continued for ncnrli one hour at the end ol whith bowns beniitiliilli taught b> lobbm«at point altei ...
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 14. Before the Police Magistrate Din .> ki \ \ rss -Hem i Ow ni» pleaded gudty toachirgo of cbunkcimcss and disordcily cou duet anil was sintinted to thrco months mi prisoiiment w îtli lim d labor, there havmg bcou twelie pi ei mils convictions against lum Befoie tho Pohci Magistrate and R Douglas, JP Likcenx-Emma Washington was brought np on riiuand chirgid xvilh having stolen latani mtnlis of wining apparel, tho property of W S Cookworthi Constablo Manton xvas examined and deposed to having taken tho piisouei into custody at the mstanco of Ml Looknoitln He then went with the prison«, Hie prosccutoi and constablo "White to tho jin ona » lodgni"3 and searched thom, but lound nothing that could bo lileutilitd by tho piosetutoi except a towell which xias nangu g out lo diy in Iho back yard Hie Ucnih found the pnsoncr gudtv but as bhc lind putloush boino a good chaiactci, and Ali Cool noitin sud he dulcot wish to pie s tho charge she wa» fined in ...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [llY ELECrRIO TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS. May 13.-Thane, schooner, from Port Frede- rick ; Charlotte Andrews, barque, Irom Sau Francisco. DEPARTURES. May 13.-Isabelle, for Callao ; Bonnie Mary, for Point de Galle ; Urara, s., for Grafton ; Eagle, s.S., for AA'ide Bay.
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
!» COMMERCIAL, le lk p CoüniER Office, Saturday Evening Aros d A\ being AA hit Mond », will be ob«eived as a bank holulai, and the various ¡,orciuincnt departments also, will bo eloscd Hit following gi ncral ab tracts of tin, aierage amount of tho Liabilities and Assets of the undermentioned banka in the eolom of Queen» land during tho quarter ending the 31st Alarch, 18G1 appear in to dux s Ga ette - BiNk op ArsTl xi isiA-Liabilities Notes m circulation, not bcoi ina intue t £12 J"iS, bills in circulation, not hearing interest £526b 7s Gd , deposits, not biuring mtei cat LOO 210 9a 6d ditto, bearing mtoicst C23 205 3s Id , total deposit« £83,151 12s 7d total liabilities, £101 078 Is Sd As el» Coined gold and sil xer mid othei coined metals, £22 011 15s Gd , landed propertx C900Û notes and billsof other banks £503 Is 3d , amount of all debt duo to the bank, including notes bdls of exeh inge, and all stock and funded debts of eieix description, excepting notes, bills and b dances duo ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
b> ABSTRACT OF SALLS lil' AUCllON ¡SB> THIb DAY MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, al tho City Auction Mort : Land on Spring Hill, nt Kangaroo Point, Cooper's Plains, South Brisbane, AVicklmm Terrace. At 12 o'clock, on the Premises, Quecn-strect :. Building Mutcrials, Shop AVindows, and Fit- tings. MR. R. CRAAVFORD, at 11 o'clock, ot tho Royal Horso Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Spring Carts, Harness, etc. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND & CO., nt tho Newmarket Horse Repository : Horses, Drays, Humes», &c. MR. AV. If. KENT, nt 11 o'clock, nt Tatt cr sail's Horse Haznnri Horses, Brays, Spring Carts, Saddlery, &c. > .
WATER SUPPLY FOR BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
WATER SUPPLY FOR JUtlSVAXi:. A di i n ITI0N appointed b\ the Citizens 1 iro Coniiuitlie waited on Iho Ainu ter foi Lauds and \\ oiks (ns eliaiiiiiaii of the A\ atti Com mission oui lidin la«l loi tin piupo e of lax nig betöre lum a scheme proposed b\ Air Vldeiinan l'eltig'-ow for supphmg the cid with water m caso of fire Iho deputation consi«ttd of Air Aldtiniau 1 dinondstone All A, Air Alda mun Pettigrew, Mr A\ Pt in Air 1 H Hootli mid the Bonoum Seeieten to the Com unttic Mr PiTTionnx read portions of tho letter bo bad submitted to the committee, which haxe alnad\ appealed in our column« Mi M it u Ihn it inqiuud while tho monox was to eonio li oin to laj pipes thiough the tow n Mr LnxroMiSTOM said that if lb A\ ntei Commission would baie tin main pipts laid down m the piiutipal stietls thal tim lould bo supplied with watti fioin Iho mel biouj,ht up Horn l'otti^iew s mill by means ol a foreo pump attached to tho engine, xvluch, xvas always at woik, night and dal Air AIiciLisirn rem...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. SATURDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSER\rATIONS. that liero Saturday, May 14. Brisium-9 nm Bnromctor (corrected), 30 020, thermometer (shade), 03 2 , ditto (tiri bulb) 015, ditto(w&lt;t bul!)) 02 0 , force of wind, 1, direction, S S U , extent of tloiid, 9 , wea tliei, fogey ,1 p m Haiomctei (collected), 29 902, llioimometir (shude), 7">9,dillo (du bulb), 7)8 ditto (wet bulb), 09 I , foieo of wind 1, direction, îs E , extent of cloud, 9, ii tullun, fino, euro cumulus clouds (Per Weeli le 2'tler/i aph ) AViNDAMiAVhATiirit- Lilton S \V and fine, Ipswich, uilm and fogg) , Laulloi, eulin and dull, Toowoomba, calm and fino, Di ax ton, N N AV , and Uno, Warwick, taltn, and cloud} , Dalby N , and fino Ssiixn- 9 a m Barometer (corrected), 30 899 .thorraomctcr (shade), 50 0, ditto (dn bulb). 53 0, ditto (mt bulb), 09 9, foi co of wind 4, direction, AV , extent of cloud, J, woollier, line
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ^ (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
TEL KG RAPHIC NEWS. ^ (most ora TELEoitArnio cobbespoxdents.) * ful SYDNEY. Bru May 13. t]10 Jones, who is supposed to bo tho principal in connection xvith tho late forgeries, has been cap- tured. The Escorts havo brought down 11,600 ounces of gold. nides and tallow are higher. The price of flour remains unchanged. Tens aro firmer. MELBOURNE. The flour market is still unsettled, and pur- chasers aro very cautious. Advices havo been received of largo shipments of rice. ADELAIDE. Private advices from England state thal a company is about to be formed for the purpose of constructing a line of railway northward from Port Augusta. SYDNEY. May 14. The R. M. S. Northam arrived to-day, and the Telegraph steamer has been despatched for Bris- bane with the Queensland portion of the Eng- lish mails. There is a panic in tho flour market. Tho Right Rev. Dr. Gcogliegan has been ap- pointed Roman Catholic Bishop of Goulburn. AValtcr Powell, late of Port Denison, has filed his schedule. MELBOURNE. ...
TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 16 May 1864
TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 11. Nothing of any great importance has &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; occurred since the date of my last letter, beyond the circumstance of the death, through a fall from a horse, of a very fine young man named John Tracy, employed in one of the government &nbsp; &nbsp; road parties. On Monday, the unfortunate de- &nbsp; ceased in company with two other, was riding in from Murphy's Water Hole to Toowoomba, &nbsp; &nbsp; to meet Mr. Harding, the road overseer. When &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; near the saw mills Tracy was seen riding very furiously, and shortly after was seen to fall. Assistance was soon procured, but to no avail, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; as death was instantaneous, the neck being com- &nbsp; &nbsp; pletely dislocated. An inquest was held on the same day, in ...