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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

CENTRAL POLICEVCOJTJIIT.; '. t'¦?.$], TuuiiSBAY.T?Before tlio Polico Magistrate.'''' Hubert.Taylor Myddlotoii,' brought up ?on romniid' Ph a chavgb of vagrancy, was nd-' .mo'iiisheil aiid discharged. ,"','.'" ' ! ? PnibAY.?Beforo tho Polico. Mdgistrato', Messrs. -AVarry, Douglass, J. B. Turnor, G. Harris, audE.lt; Drury,-J.'sP.,' I Assault dy .this MifciTAnY.r'-Garrat'Shana- han, Robert AVcbb,'Samubi' Bftinfprd,'and' Robert Kenny, four privates of'tlio 12th rogi mont,¦; appeared in ,-uiswnr tb ;d summonif,' Charging thonr.with having on Monday^ the 17th Juno, viplontly assaulted Lukb Logan, a 'constablb iii.tho Brisbane polico.?Mr;'Lilley appeared on behalf, of tho defendants,' who-' plodded, not guilty,-r-Lukc Logan i deposed th'atjwhilb .on- duty,..in.j Edward-strobr, i ho ttwcoii iiinpf^aud toil o'clock on Moiiday ' evening lie' mci] tho four defendants 'coming towards him frbni tho direction of Key's public-hoiisb.Z AVhcn.lm gptnip to thom,;thc' moiC wlio wore walking foiir abre...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAROOM. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) TAROOM, JUNE 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

isiilib TAROOM. (FltOM-A UOItltESI'OJJDUNT.) . , ¦ -¦¦? ¦-; -; . Tauoom.'J.unk 5, 1861. You mtist'exciiso my occupying ii small space in your valuable iioiirinil oil so insignificant ii auhject us- tlio')fpllo\ving; lint really! ono jccwuigt;.i.all.o)v tlio public mind, to bo", lied 1|j^tray,i,by,sucli gross-ami unfounded stato liibrits.as mo: to bo found in air article | on "Taroom," by a correspondent to.your peri- odical, dated lib'th May. -.Your correspondent, iu,thoJfirst:-'iiiHtuii(!o, animadverts'lip'o.iij the accoi'iiriiodatioii provided for tho public iii tho Courf-liouso. . It is not often that wo tire .honored with a very huge assemblage of hot, 'interested hearers?not to mention embryo reporters?but.I have no doubt that,' if our friend, wouldmake ii proper rcprcsciitatiu'n.in th'o'riglit place, the government would erect "ii"box, or even ii "glass ease," for him'to enjoy,jns. lie says, his oliitm cum digit itiitc. Tho remarks about tho decoration'of tho 0onrf-.hpu80.nro-...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FRIDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

IPSWICH. (from ona own coebespondentJ. _... ?^jy-'.'?'-". '"PbID'AY (YESTERDAY). Xw'you could only persuade the House of Assembly tb sit for ever, and daily to resolve ~~-itself, into a, Committeoof Supniy, tho re- venue oftlie colony might pevhaps fail" to nieet.allthe votes, but.reader'd of iheCouricr oailfi'-wbiild' never fail, in Ipswich, so intensely jii^nterestirig; is the process pf appropriating ^{rj-i.lrj jnjqftqyi "?'.-'. I' cannot' say that there will be '"*" ' many tears, shed here on account of your Ibridge, although it has dragged with it to 4he<j.realms of deMli that economical and , ,, ^elegant structure with which tho Executive V', j'V.iriijended .ito embellish- our own lovely ''" '' "Bremer..-.- Nor-havo I heard any wailing pr. _gnashing «of. teeth over the northern exten- sion -of'-lhe telegraph. Feoplo hero seem lo console themselves with thc notion that, by .;0tVikiri'g bff-these three items, a little hoard ofJE^.pOOjnasbeen laid up as ti provision ag...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

®|je (Stomer* o-?? 0 SATlfltDAT, JUNE 22, 1801. " Where there is a will, there is a'way," and the way is quickly found by-those who seek it. Mr. Herbert has demon- strated/beyond the possibility of future cavil, thal when he has set his heart upon a thing, nothing will stop him, in his rush to attain it. The Colonial Secretary docs not let the grass grow under his feet when he is in earnest. It is but a few days ago that, while contemptuously scoffing at " that man," Mr. Walsh, who ;had refused to give evidence before ihe Native Police Committeo, the Colonial Secretary intimated that it might be de- sirable to introduce a short bill to confer certain privileges upon the two Houses, and?heigh I presto !?here it lies ou our table ! It has been read a first time, has been printed, and stands for a second reading on Wednesday next. Wo are in- formed that it is " a very simple bill, similar in its details to ono passed by another of the Australian colonies,"-? that is a matter of course,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

hi-sn th- is; now PUBLISHED ItlhO.'W &^^>-i:^D;A^L?' Y? -: I-- :'.;:-r ir,::." W'3 ^''.'"SuijSCBIPTION.iPEn Q^ ASTER "j?..'Vj L'|;'»«--i--».'/i >"? ¦'¦;¦'"-''.iir--advance, 15s, j .,,.;W; VV ?.iii .i?;iiiiii.!.--'ri ?¦..'--¦¦=? ¦ ¦?¦¦',- ¦ ".;'"';, ,ijj,1 )JV;''jD,uris'«i7l'</ifi. citn-eiiii-quarter jno..cZiargre ii-.v .;.ioill<be>nia'de! to present Subscribers for the /l\fyUd06'ndl'paperssitppZiied. r hil Steam to Sydney. . ? THE YABBA YARRA, from ¦'?tho .A*S.N.! Co.'b New i*mjw*.j .WW, THISDAjY, (Satur- day) 22nd iti8t.,atl5'.80 p.m. '.'; ijjgr Steerage Fares Reduced, to £3. : 'Y.-ue.-'"-': GEO, D. WEBB, : f*1 ?¦'¦ ?¦¦:¦?¦¦¦¦' .¦¦'¦' Agent. ; Wharf,''Ht!) Juno.' ;Steam;to Port Denison, Calling, at ^JvYYY': Rockhampton. - : ;r ¦ f /TtHE A.S.N. Co.'s Steamer . JL EAGLE will be despatch- ed for tho above Ports on'div »nbout SATURDAY, the _2?tli Juno. For rote of freight and fares apply nt tho Company's Wharf, ; ,,?;.,:, \'l 'X. GEO. D.WEBB, ^'Br...

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Commercial lntelligence. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

Commercial lMtelliseuee. Friday Uranno. ..;. jwothwo very noteworthy has occurred in the im :ii .jpbrt market during tho week: business has been 1 steady,'with a alugglsh action in most articles com- manding extreme rates, or in those iii which a .de ''!'*'cline was looked for. The news by the Northam .; /-, as faros it directly affects thc import market con _tinues favourable to the merchant: freights were r low.nnd ex.ports light. By the Sydney advices we fcij-areint'or^odorn dull flour market with the addi- tion of 'largo iniportiitioiis. Our own flour market (liI has n'vt been brisk, mid since the receipt of the ,.' .abqv e news, lhere is « disposition to relax to tho h'.'cx'.entof10s.: nor ton. The arrivals during the ,.\J,ittatti have been 445 bogs. '¦- -;': "Sugars:?Tho preparations of this article most iii ' swse have again advanced from 20s. to4'Js. per ton non .lust w.eek's prices. The Into news from the '"?Mauritius and the Eiist, as well as the low -nature ,?, ;'bf. the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 June 1861

        MARRIED.         By special license, on the 18th June, at the resi- dence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Charles Ogg, Mr. John Macalister, fourth son of Alexander Macalister, Esq., sen., Casey, County Antrim, Ire- land; to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. Charles Collier, late of Sydney.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

Moreton Bay Tramroad Company. Limited Liability. Capital, £15O,00d, in 30,000 Shares of £5 caoh Deposit, 2s. Gd. per share, Payable on application for shares. PfcOViSiOHAIi COMMITTEE! Buckley, Henry, Esq., Auditor-General Coxen, Charles, Esq-, M.L.A. Coote, Wm., Esq. Edmondstorie, George, Esq., M.L.A. Ferrett, John, Esq., M.L.A. Harris, Tho Hon. George, M.L.O. Kennedy, W. F., Esq. Petrie, John, Esq., J.l3., Mayor.of Brisbane. Raff, Goorge, Esq.. M.L.A, Richards, Henry, Esq., M.L.A. , Stephens, T. B., Esq., Aid., J.P. Taylor, James, Esq., M.L.A. Warry, Thomas S., Esq., M.L.A, Watts, John, Esq.; M.L.A. Bankers : The Union Bank of Australia. Solioitobs: C. Lilley, Esq., Brisbane It HIS Company has been formed for tho pur . pose _of constructing, a Tramroad lrom Ipswich, via Toowoomba, to Dalby. Detailed Prospectuses can be obtained at the Company's Office, Brisbane j J. A. Wehr, Condamine;'T. Alford, Toowoomba ; and J. Kingsford, Warwick. Deposits are received by the Company's Bankers,...

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AMERICAN ROCK OlL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

AMERICAN ROCK: OlL» Annexed^ is a communication containing somp precise particulars of the sources of production in America of the petroleum, or rock oil, which promises to exercise a most important influence in adding to tho wealth .of tho country; and also in improving the traffic of tho several lines of railway over which it has to be transported. Tho only question regarding the Worth of the dis- coveries seems now to relate to the probable permanence of the yield. If the experience in this respect sViould bo satisfactory, the annu.?- money value of the article is likely to rival that of Homo of tho richest branches of existing Industry. The rilway lines which Beem at present to be most interested in the matter are?first, the Atlantic and Great Western, a new road which connects with the New York and Erie; and, secondly, the Great Western of Canada, several wells being alleged to have been found on the flats of the Thames, about a milo from Bothwell station on that line. For a lo...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

Weekly Cinlendnr: V'' I ti Hain tWater at Brisdane, Days. Monday".'.".. Tuesday . Wednesday"".'." Thursday ??) friday. Saturday...... Sunday1-ft.,.. Date. Jane.:. '24;., 25.:: 26 , 28 . :«8i '30 ?Morn. 1152 .0.4G 1 30 220( 3 G 3 51. 4 36 Alter, 0 20 1 8 1,-52 2-21* 3 32 4 14 5 0 £ro. 6 52 0-53 6 53 '6 53 6 53 6*53 G 53 5 10 -fl ll 5 12 5 12 A 13.. ?5:13' 5 13

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PORT DENISON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MAY 19th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

PORT DENISON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)   May 19th, 1861   In my last I neglected to mention that,   while we were staying at Stone Island, a man named Peter Cragie, from Rockhampton, had been shot by his own gun accidentally going off while he, was on watch, and he died within two hours.       We have had an addition to.our popula-   tion by the Bonaparte, from Sydney, which brought the charterers, Messrs. Black and Longshaw, with the necessary staff of men to form an interior station. They brought with them, besides a large quantity of stores, two teams of bullocks, ten or twelve horses, and thirty sheep, which arrived in excellent condition Captain Robertson was also a passenger, and he is rapidly erecting a public house. They had on board a large quantity of spirits and dutiable goods, and as they supposed they would be the first vessel, and consequently get in duty free, they did not p...

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ROCKHAMPTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FlTZROY RIVER, June 13, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

ROCKHAMPTON. (lTROM OUR OWN COnBERrONDES'r.) '? ' FlTZROYi.ElVEK, J'.Vnft 13: 1RA1: The unprecedented heavy rain?fourinches of water having fallen in 30. hours r-during last week, has again flooded the river, .Mr John Thome's cattle and horses just crossed tho-river in time. Mr. Wills is detained with a largo mob of sheep,-.and Mr. :W. Landsborough'fl,stock are similarly situated. A punt is mimh wanted at the"'Yaamba orossing, and if," our surveyors could afford a small"; portion pf their valuable time-^-now fully employed in the cares of land jobbing,' building, &c,?a direct > road might; be marked, out between Rockhampton ' and Yaamba;. but as long ns this remainsuu certain,''privnte enterprise will not 'risk money in meeting the public requirements. Tho winter lambing lins, been" ruined by the wet weather, and on somo stations not over forty per' cent., pf lambs, have1 been marked. .' " ;7. ¦.¦ , ?¦'¦'' ;,: Thc post," as carried on upon this line, " bangs Banagher." Th...

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GAYNDAH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) JUNE 12, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

GAYNDAH. (MOM OUR 'OWN COItnESrONDENT.) ,.."".'." June 12,-1861. ,- Last Friday.morning ,tho Hon.. Western 5 .Wood"- had1 the 'misfortune of being thrown, ? 'frorii 'his" horse \yheii he was. in tho act of ^mounting, dislocating his right-shoulder and iCollar-bono..;'-but, under the careful 'treat "Sent of..Dr.., Symons, he is gradually reco J'wering, '{fl ;i t :.-.y.''1'" ,; "j,'.-j-0nithe same evening thc members of tho 'Gayndah Debating Sooiety heh?, a general -lneeting'at their rooms, tho put-pose of which ??was tb changb'litsprcsent tit.'ie to that of tho -G'ayndalrS'chboloC Arts. ? Tho mooting was well attended, and tho different speakers in their earnestness displayed a great amount -of oratorical ability. Tho following reso- lutions['Iwera arrived at :?1. "That this ij/mee'dug'- is of opinion it is dosirablo this institution should, for tho future, be designated tho 'Gayndah School of Arts'.'" ,".-2; "That a meeting of the mem bora'of the society, and tho public gonerally,; ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

Stripping Iaielllc«ace. ARRIVAL. -Juke SS.?Clarence!" steamer, Captain Cottier, from j ' the Northern Ports, in ballast. Passengers? i Messrs. Leith Hay, Sharp, Julies, Gillespie, Boole, livy, and 12 in the steerage._ " DEPARTURES. June 22.?Yarra Yarro, steamer, 560 tons. Cap- tain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers?Messrs. [lyres, W. Lewis, Sharp, F. W. Roche, aud seven in tbr ^ Jual 22.?Vixen, schooner, 121 tons, Capt ^ j ¦Bennett, for Sydney. _ I EXPORTS. i Yarra Yarra: 22 bales wool, T. de Ii. Momitt; 9 I hales wool, K. Towns and Co.; 20 uai _eg woo]i pllu. . ton and Co.; 5 bales wool, IO cask 6 tallow, 5 uun "'case,''Cribb and *<"jote ; 59 cases, 4 bags bags, Dow- ling ; ;2 cases,- T/. H. Jones;' 1 carriage, 2 horses, SirCTficholson; 35 sacks flour, K. Cribb; 330 sheep, H. Beit,; 1 parcel, F. C. Muster j 34 bunches The Clarence will leave for the Northern Ports, to-morrow, (Tuesday), at eight o'clock in the '¦; morning.. : ? .-:.. r Steamers for Irswioa.?Leaving M'Cabe's w...

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PARLIAMENTARY NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

PARLIAMENTARY NUISANCE. Siiij?4)11 a former occasion you stated that tho water from. tho parliamentary.'timk was intended exclusively for tho' quenching of parliamontary:thirst,.uhd ns :an' authority for this' you gavo tho name of Mr. Born ays, Clork of tho Assembly; jwho, it seemB,-issued a prohibition against- airy, persons rdeeiving witter who '.wore not pithor members or ines Hongo'rs of tho parliament. Since thon I hear Mr. Bernays has" seen roason to relax his resolution to tho dxterit of granting the wator on condition that tho gate is hot shut when , tho messenger calls for it. : Tho government officers therefore iii' thc s'amo rango of build- ings aro not likely to dio of thirst. It would appdaivQiowbybr,:.that :hd ia'dotorminod to smell out, if ho cannot parch'out, thoso deni- zens of tho government offices who havo no hieans of escape; oxcept through tho por formanco pf ,"? thdir, official dutios. It 'scorns' 'that Mr. Borhays,-who hy his choico bf a dwelling, hasscetirod...

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BRISBANE AGRICULTURAL RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

BRISBANE AGRICTJLTUEALRESER'VE. Sin,?I "should, like to call tho attention of tho inhabitants, of Brisbano lo ajsubjecti in which'I think they have not taken that interest they ought to havo done, I moan tho agricultural reserve. "Wo mado a groat fuss when tho land bill was passing for (ive shillings an acre, and largo resorvcs which tho govornment was to proclaim, survey, and have for selection ns soon as possible. I should Uko to know have they dono so ? I think not. And again, where is our North Brisbano reserve ? 1 don't lliink thoro nre five in Brisbano who know where it was before tho Broadalbuno's speculative cruiso, und their opinion of it is very poor. I hoard from ono who was down, and who is a cora potent judge, that tho landon tho reserve vyne none of tho host. But my motivo in writing is to know if you eau inform mo, Mr. Editor, (though I am afraid I am at the wrong shop), why otu resoive should bo thirty or forty miles off, and in a spot where no white man could show h...

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THE MOGGILL ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

THE MOGGILL ROAD.     Sm,?rA short time: since you informed tho public that;" thO' government having last session voted the sum of £500 for repairs of the road to Moggill, there wore- two parties of men now at'.work. ¦ As I ara one inte- rested party, I have been looking at what is being done- for-, the convenience of the in- habitants of Moggill, nnd find that, thus far, nothing has been done worth a straw. The-object;;aimed at by Mr. Buckley.(the mover .for this grant^was, that thereby tho several chief impediments which stand in thewny of intercourse between Moggill and Brisbane should so far be remedied as to afford the ^opportunity to pass from ono place to-the other, either with dray, horse, or on,foot (walking). To accomplish this tho bridge at Pullen.-Pullcn Creek requires re- pairs; and the next place requiring attention' is a swamp about . ono mile (.'further down. Next the Long "Water- hole swamp; and next tho swamp a mile before reaching M'Gftit...

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THE COUNTRY POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

THE-COUNTRY POLICE. ., Sin,?For a long while past it has been 'generally "apparent to tho, public at largo thjitithe,polico in, the country districts are singularly inefficient; in fact, almost use- less for any protection they afford, and often- times more troublesome to the peace of the small towns, than prompt in their endeavours ta; preserve order. :? ¦ On Sunday evening last a moBt disgrace, farand desecrating scene was witnessed in the town of Dalby, Darling Downs. The clergymau , officiating here, the Rev. Mr. Tomlinsori, had just concluded divine ser- vice for the evening, when the inhabitants iycre alarmed by the violent ringing of the bell, which a short time previously had summoned them to the worship of God. This'.annoyance was succeeded by repeated discharges of fire-arms, mingled widh'discord ant voicesof intoxicated men, accompanied by others beating old: tin pots, cases, &c, &c, and iUsing every possiblo means to create the greatest amount of upronr. ...

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POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE. In all probability wo shall, in another week, bo enjoying our case in ari elegantly furnished apartment in Mr. Sncyd'a estab- lishment, which tho kindness of tho Colonial Secretary has caused to bo prepared for our rccoption. For the sake of our nume- rous renders, wc wish to mako tho most of our timo previous to our entrance upon another spburc of duty. AVo shall lay before the public such items of political interest as, wo feel assured, will prove interesting, after tho jocularity whicli has becomo thc leading feature in our parliainojitnry debates.. -'m>» -...uooinma"ncnest joice ot the session is tho Privileges Bill. Everybody is to bo allowed to apprehend any body else, and thc Speaker is -.to have full power to shy an inkstand; or any other missile at tho hoad of a disordorly member. Tho. Sergeant?at-Arms is to be provided with picklocks, skeleton keys, and ¦a' 'band of tho unemployed, uud his principal duty is tb consist in breaking open /people's p...

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Parliamentary Paper. THE FRANCHISE. LETTER FROM MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE TO SIR GERORGE BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 24 June 1861

              Parliamentary Paper.   THE FRANCHISE     LETTER FROM MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE TO SIR GEORGE BOWEN Eagle-street, Monday, 9th January, 1861. MY DEAR SIR GEORGE, - I met the Attorney- General in conference on Saturday morning, as you had suggested, and it turns out that we are both agreed on the legal point in reference to which you wished to be advised. We both, think that the 26th April is the earliest day on which the elections could possibly, be held, because it will not be prac- ticable, as the law stands, to make up the Electoral Roll before that day; but there is nothing to prevent the Government in the meantime from issuing the writs, nominating the Returning Officers, and fixing the days on which the writs shall be returnable.     As to the qualification of the electors, I have intimated in general terms my dissen...

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