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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, (THIS DAY). GENERAL BUSINESS— NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

parliamentary: business. LKGISLATIATE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, (This Day). oknehal nusiNESs?notice op motion. Mr. Bi.akeney to move,?That tho report of-thc soloet committee, uppointod on tba 3rd day of August last, to enquire into tho appli- cation of Mossrs. "William and Joseph North to exercise tho right of pre-emption over tho Wivenhoe Station, and laid on tho; tnblo of this honorable houso on thc-2tth .day of August, lbGO, bo now adopted. ,. ?..-, GENERAL BUSINESS?ORDEKS OF THE DAY? Fencing Bill: To bo considered in com-, mitteo. Consideration in committee of Legislative Council's amendments on tho resolutions of this house relativo to tho cultivation of cotton. Pa.-linmoiitary Library: Report from com- mittee. ,' ¦¦?'''', CiOVEltNMENT BUSINESS?ORDERS OF .THE DAY. , Immigration Regulations: To bo considered in committee ' ' Civil Servioo Bill reported: Adoption of ;tho Report. '. , ., ., ': .?::. QUESTION.-; ."" " Mr. Wabry to ask tho honorable tho Colonial Secrotary. whothbr a raco g...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. RIFFRAFF--We decidedly object to puff even a weak antagonist for nothing, and your letter must therefore be declined, CHARON. --You are exceedingly kind in ex- pressing your good wishes for our wel-       fare, and while we can assure you that we are in a perfect state of salubrity, we must spare ourselves the blushes which   your sympathetic correspondence would   create, if published. . We are quite well;   never were better, in fact; and thank     you for your kind solicitude.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Saturday.--Before the Police Magistrate. Eliza, Maria, and Jeremy, three abori- gines, charged with ?' .-....;¦:,'¦ and dis- orderly conduct, were fined 20s, or, in   default; sentenced to 48 hours in the cells.   Thomas Hall, charged with having stolen a dog, the property, of Thomas Jackson, was: remanded till Monday. Monday.--Before the Police Magistrate.   Thomas White, Aaron Love, David Robinson, William Humphries, and Hugh Jones, were charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct. -The first four were each fined 10s., or, in default, 24 hours in the cells ; and the fifth, 5s., with the same alter- native. Thomas Hall, remanded from       Saturday, was further remanded till to- morrow (this day.)

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

QUEVj^jLAND mails. ;/ABBiTAii and U^otKruKE of Mails ot the General :. i J ti.-.i"» ft»t Office, Brisbane. : ¦ POST TOTVlfS. Auburn... Callandoon (Gundawlnaa) . Camino and Grafton. ¦-«^_???.! Cleveland ..j, ??.? .?; Condamine ...¦ :-; *". Dalby ? .J r> ...t Drayton... ... t^l ?. Gayndah". Gladstone: «.: ...i Ipswich... ...: ?¦? .,.[ ;^-.., Leyburn... ...? <"¦; ...; *-' 3tog?iu...- ... ", ... >:-; Nanango . .- ...; '. ._' ;;' Marlborough ? ...' v ...: {.; Maryborough- ... .»!"' Maryborough- ... > .. ... ? ;" Rockhampton and Port Benison SU"rat and Yatrowa "7.. j jan^m-...--; 3 ... | -,.... | O Toowoo""'"'* ~ ??? i 5 -.j 5 Warwick ;-; ? ; ~^.'*tr; W*twr^aBdi:l[BlBlWB.w ' HAILS CLOSE AT BRISL'AlfE. Monday at 1 p.m.. ? ? - . Monday at 1 p.m. . ¦- ? - . *¦ ?,.^-... Monday at 8 p.m. -., ,-. £ ( .',. j Monda/at 1.30 p.p. ?..-'-."?' ~ \ »-, Monday at 1 p.m., : :- ... 3 , ' *:-? . Monday at lp m. r " '¦¦ ,f "^ " : 1-- ¦'¦'. Monday at 1 p.in;, and Friday atl.lo'p.ni. \ !r;...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

Commercial iMtclllr^^iee, ."'' Mr;'-R. Crib!), sold at auction, on Saturday .. last, 200 bushels of incize, at 6s. Cd. to 6s. 8d. :;:piir bushel. Mr. R. Davidson f,old nt his tuart, yesterday, .'-ah' invoice of cheap uoyels, account books, ,$ahd! stationery,- tho lo,t appeared to bo tho niiriakb-up of a'largor invoice; and, for-the -quality of tho goods, realised fair prices. :

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MANUFACTURE OF ROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

MANUFACTURE OF ROPE. Tue subjoined^'correppondencb-'hds'.'Vbecjir handedfto.us'for publication by Mr.'.D'owse,; the Secretary to'theCommission;fdrtlib\Great Exhibition1 of <;I8G2. Tho facts''dctailed-.in." tho correspondence aro.,well,.worthy tho at- tention of tho Vngriciilturni por'tion.rof tho' couimunity,'nnd no small credit/is duo -to Mr. Dowse for tho industry witli which ho1 has pursued inquiries ou behalf! of. tho coni 'iriissibn. Wo venture, to hopo that tlie re- sult of his labors will not be^-evaneseent^ and. morely suited;to tho purposes' bf the time, but that ho will educe,; by means bf correspondence and in other;ways, informa- tion wlficli will provo of benefit.to' the colony at large.' ... 7,V "? V '" Tho accompanying lotter ia from tho firm of, Messrs. Russell and Sturgiss, of Manilla, and may be accepted as reliablo and authen- tic, from .tho fact of tlio firm hoing largely known in mercantile-oirolos, and engaged to a great oxfont in thc .manufaoturo an...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE "LIBRARIAN STAKES." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

THE. '¦' LIBRARIAN STAKES.': : My'De&r'Editor,?Knb\yi'ng' iliat;you are a spibrting'inanj'.I, offer tb' make a bet" \vithV.-you'.'for. .tlio .coming .race/for tho V(Librarian Stakes,':',V There aro, many1 fine hacks in the field, and,.witha fair start,' tho" nico promises to bo very interesting.- ' i Having arrived from Sydney; by last steamer, I proceeded at once to examine the animals in training. The first I saw was ".Parson,".a fine upstanding brute, with large dilated nostrils, which is .tho sign bf high.blood.l-He-is mado'fbr strength,* vigour,, and ..great; endurance/ with¦' wonderful, pro- pelling Spowers; " This'-'fine/lanimalVis', in training at-tho gaol|!uhder'the'^aro.qf^V.algo vernmeiit: jockey''wlib knows bow tbVbr'ing' : him but "all right/. His "afcateVuid \vhilo in' training is said tb* bo £150 a-yoar. Of .his pedigree .1 kup.w nothing moro ? than that hq' ¦is got by^n;'" Irish Hunter." ' " 7' Now, Sir,'I;will bet; you five, to. one that' this horse) Parson,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY (Yesterday). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

ipswich; f;0:'''f(-'1'''(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) /.¦.'.',.'. Monday (Yesterday). At the Police Office on Friday, tho'2.1st in- stant,'befovothe Police Magistrate, ja caso under tho 8th section of the Dog Act, in .,whiclr Thomas Madden was tho'cornplninant, '?q and (Michael .Kirby defendant,'! engaged the l(i; j,', abilities of two-lawyers. '¦ -.'i---''"! !»'« j K},;,V!,'r.Mr.,Ohubb appeared'fprplaintiff; Mr. Mac;.; ano alistfer-'ifor. defendant; 'J;-; After 'opening bis !«¦.» oaBe,)Mr^Macalister.called;''asl;;thb^firat wit '?^fevi'dencb^ 'l'"'mariner;.a's follows:? ! ¦¦¦'¦> ¦"¦<> ' r,! ri .J°nn Madden sworn, stated: 'I-am the ""^ioii'lqf.,Thomas Madden; I live with my n iFatHer .and mother .at Little Ipswich. I ;"j <;.; know .Michael Kirby. I-remember Monday, «-.j the 10th instant; in tho:ev'criing,'!af|erdark, ;my mother sent me fora'calf.' When I -was'1 lei. going foi" the calf; d''dpg.was jlying iu-'tlic ' ?;W street?a' black dog, with.:;' brown ,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHAT THINGS ARE COMING TO! (BY OUR CLAIRVOYANT REPORTER.) ARREST, TRIAL, AND SENTENCE OF THREE NOTORIOUS OFFENDERS UNDER HERBERT'S GAGGING ACT. JULY 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

WHAT THINGS ARE COMING TO !     (BY OUR CLAIRVOYANT REPORTER.)   ARREST, TRIAL, AND SENTENCE OF THREE NOTORIOUS OFFENDERS UNDER HERBERT'S     GAGGING ACT   July 1st.     Yesterday the trial of the, first three of- fenders yet arraigned under the Act known as " Herbert's Gagging Act," came off at the Legislative Assembly. The prisoners' names, it will be remembered, are Brown, Jones, and Robinson, and they had been en- gaged up to the moment of their arrest in reporting debates for the Courier in the   Legislative Assembly and Council. Jones it will be recollected, the day before yester- day, reported a speech of the hon. member   for Maranoa verbatim et literatim, and this was very justly under the net held to be   a libel upon the hon. member, and a con- tempt of the house generally. This of- fence, taken in connection with the fact that Bro...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE "PRIVILEGES" BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

THE .'''PRIVILEGES",'BILL'. ;'?» Sin,?I was never moro ,,'dmRBcd iip'hiy Ijfo!,', Mr...Herbert'"d.'.f.desjb.otj'l That,,rniidi ?gentleman ? YWhy X.'th'paglit>iri tho ljeatii.ofV summerland,'. the,,lhicki ofralidebate/'you might' havo' deposited'half a pound ol butter ;iu;,his,-, smiling .mohthil'Hincli'weighed it. arl; hour afterwards,vahd'Seeii'tBafci it hadUiibt' lost a'grain l.s.i^.viinH ,-h»ufc-iH ; tow). WlioniL;ur3t::rear^y'o\irfratie. strango be was ... explain that! lie'Colonial Secretary ha's been guilty^bfaidolib'oi'fttelie'i'lt-w'otild bo ineces- sary to point.out.the essentials, in a delicate way, and..say.;'/,Mr.;,Herbei;t;i3;an honour?, able man",' jind_'bur "readers will see* hero t that 'ho"|speaksip-the..1c^c{-.<rM</t in ?thB'most!'conscienlious:''man.^ A.gaini'*ifJ ,;Mrl,-G.6rpl'wBs(;tioV?b*e,;'t\yitte^ he 'could;.bo spoken jpf..'tia'*/, tlie high,spirited; i n-. 'do'p'endent.ahd'.uubiasaDiem wick," .Or, supposing it/was/impOrtant to ¦the,'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

>RINCIPAL AGENT in the Colony for Mr. L. F. LANDSBERG'S , MAP OF QUEENSLAND, MAP OE1 THti KENNEDY. JAMES MILLAR, ' '?'." Bookseller, &e. V. ,'¦??-.' Weale!s Treatises. THE following aro now ON SALE by JAMES, MILLAR, Bookseller and Stationer,. Edward-street:? Introduction to the Study of Natural Philosophy 2s, post 2s3d . " ........ Elementary Treatiao on Galvanism 2s Cd, post 2i4d . Rudimentary Magnetism 4s 6d, post 5s Rudimentary Chemistry 2s, post 2s 3d . Ditto Art of Constructing and Kepi':r]-r ' ' 23, post 2s 3d - -'g RoadB Ditto on Railways 3s, posf ' . v ¦'¦'¦"! Ditto Treatise on tb? ' . ;.**¦ '" , ' . " ? ? Stone 2s, po"' ? «**siing and Quarrying pf Well-diggm- ?-*.** aJ . ,? ?- : '¦ Tubular .<*' Bollnf?i *°- ?*> Post 2s 2d ? ¦ . *rm other Iron Girdor Bridges 2s, post SsM .-. '¦¦ ¦ ' Alanufaclura of Blicks and Tiles 3a Gd, post »jlld , Limes, Cementa, Mortars, &o. 2a, post 2s 3d Miisonry and Stone-cuttinsr 3s G.I, pnat 3a 10J . Carpentry and J...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting of tho' Municipal. Council was held yesterday afternoon. All thc Aldermen were present with tho exeep-, tion of Alderman Jones. CORRESPONDENCE. : , ' The Town Clehk read the draft of a lotter to be sent to tho Executive Council respecting tho opening of Elizabeth-street, between George and William streets, to its full width, and tho following in reply to the application made by tho Corporation for a site for G^s Works :? " Colonial Secretary's OIF? " 19th T' "'¦'*' recently had un^r thelr conswcmtioI1 " letter ot t';j(J 24th Aprii( appiyiQg for a site *or. "a. Gas Works in this city, together with the papers of tho Surveyor-General?wherein he recommended that a portion of tho rcservo at tho corner of Edward and Mary streets, should bo granted for the purpose indicated ?I have the honor to inform you that, as it is not deemed t-xpedient to grant the por- tion recommended for works of a character likely to be prejudicial to tho health of tho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. SPURGEON ACROSS THE TWEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

MR. SPURGEON ACROSS THE TWEED. WHITEFIELD was it, or Wesley, who spoke of the word as his parish ! The Pope     annually extends his benediction urbi et orbi ; and nothing less than an aecumenical mission satisfies the large sympathies of Mr. Spurgeon. He has crossed the Tweed on a begging expedition, and though it is proverbially said to be a hard thing to fleece a Highlander of his breeches, from tho i Christian Jtiung .Men -of Aberdeen have been-'extracted "one hundred, -and - twenty ^ -.:vupoudds -«s;vah!'6ffering for- Mr. Sprirgbo-' a:: ^Tabernacle.< 'We'mtist do the'revcreV u s - tleniatUhp justice to confess tb";* .,rj sen '^'^^^^^CTont pf hj- .'.(, Whatever ? u'-'decorum,-we accord '"«» .'* doctrine or his busmessdike char- -otho praise to the crectthdni6n^fl --oter of his exertioris to is at the ....;-«« Tabernacle. All rn?,i?: anno-- ? -'Pntont momen pl^dod ° ' , ?: ,-;-3f- v--ncements of a ba/d? £. i > V I d< ^o o&amp...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

®p Comm TUESDAY, JUNE _Ip_we.Iiave not sooner retorted to tho ^v,mattor ,of tho HAr.T.ottAN investigation ',:, >ifc;is:no(;.bebause wo have lost interest in tho affair, but merely becauso we have been prevented by circumstances. If wo .J. had oven wished to forgot that wo had n .committed- ourselves to . tho task of ?v'analysing tho evidence and comparing it ' "with, tho report of tho Commissioners, ' dur ni emory would have been speedily refreshed. The evil results of this in- vestigation,?ov rather, of Mr. Hallo ?¦¦ ban's condubt,?aro every now and then exhibiting thenisolvos; and not tho least nolicciiblo nmong them is tho animosity .displayed by the Colonial Seorotary towards Mr. Wai,S(I. That " person," as Mr. Herbert called him, had not tho j necessary tunount of pliancy In his dis-j position to make Vim a tool; nor had he enough of dishonesty to listen to tho persuasive eloquence of the Executive, and "sneak away " from supporting .tho charges ho had preferred. Had Mr. Wal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

SMpr/ln* XntelUgeiaee. The Clarie wiu ]eftVe na-the Northern port?, Ihls morn! flJ, at 8 o'clock. Sieamf M for Ipswich.?Lnoving the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf? -the Brisbane, this morning at 10 o'clock; and tl j0 Ipswich, to-morrow, at ll o'clock. T'je Bessie was towed into tho bay yesterday toy the Brisbane (s). Thc Bessie will finish lier lrjadinf» in the bay, and ns four steam-tugs full ol' *»rgo will fill lier up, she will be punctual to. lier advertised timo of sailing. The Ipswich.?This swift river-boat, which bas been laid up for the past week, for au overhaul and , ??.viTtoPftiot'igi.will resume ber--trips- to Ipswich; to-' "morrow. ?-.Thr. Alliance.?Some uneasiness is teing ex- pressed by persons taking an interest in shipping _matters at-the length of. time that haft elapsed "?""^ »Ince~any tiews'was heard of this Ano new schooner. C iptaln"Arnold, of the Don .lunn, reports having spoken'the Alliance, in tlio Fitzroy River, on the 25th May, bound for Brisbane, and since, then no ¦...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

I THE' COURIEK jil j IS NOW PUBLISHED \ DAILY. i " i > -> ____ ?M rv SoBScniDTroN reit Quaiiteh ? ( , t ui l In advance, 15s. j m?' i - ' j ' i Diirtng (lie{ current quaile) no cliaige ni will le made to present Subset tiers foi Hie 1 additional papci s supplied ic Steam to Sydney. -2, m HE TELEGRAPH from 1 A. the A. S. N Co 'a New Wharf, on SATURDAY 'NEX-T, 20th: inst. .'.,';,',',. ; liiSlfe Steerage, Fares Reduced,.to #3.'7,: : .!".|""..;i' . .. /..¦.'¦...?.?Agent. ". jWharf, nth June,.;., . .'¦¦ ;. .;.; i '/.';"?-.* Steam to'' Port Denison,...OalUn'g/.at1 :,.,:''i |:,';''.:, . ,. Rookliampton.'";.: ?.'¦,.:;.'pi" THE A.S;N.; Co.V Steamer,. EAGLE will be despatch:. ..ed for the above Ports on lor' _'about SATURDAY, the 29tli. °Janei: 'Mob. rate of freight and fares apply at tho' 'Company's"Wharf;. ¦.' . ,.):.. j ;'^/; "'li /;¦., ::?, GEQ.D. WBBB,^v; , .Brisbanes,11th June. Agent. . " 1HE DON JUAN,; R. Arnoi^ . Master, will.'sail.,for Sydney on WEDNESDAY ; NEXT, ''2Gth; instan...

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MR. P. SELLHEIM AND THE NATIVE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

MR: P. SELLHEIM AND THE NATIVE POLICE Sir.—The above named gentleman cannot         be permitted to, close his share of the contro- versy now raging about the above-named force in the way he has indicated he would: like it. In reply, to his letter, published by you on the 16th ult., I desire to say that I had not the faintest impression when I penned mine (which he is so unjustifiably angry at ), that he desired to become engaged in a newspaper, controversy. I considered rather. and I believe correctly, that he had undertaken the defence of this abject force, from the fear of having none other to assist   him against the aborigines, and in gratitude for the friendship of certain officers. He has. no. right to take offence at my anonymous- ness —no right to grumble at the tools he voluntarily plays with. His first letter began by announcing of men, who I knew were, in every way his superiors, "that they were busy-bodies...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

BIRTH.       At Glengallan, Darling Downs, on the 17th June, the Wife of John Deuchar, Esq., of a son. MARRIED.   On June 18th, by the Rev. J. H. Fletcher, George Francis Smith, late of London, to Eliza Jane, eldest daughter of George Brightwell, late of Chelmsford, Essex.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 25 June 1861

WANTED, Two Ferocious DOGS; blood- hounds preferred. Apply at the 'Courier' Office.           WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT, also a NURSE GIRL. Apply at Mrs W. B. Robert's, Spring Hill.       DINGY WANTED, about 10 feet long Apply at once to HOCKINGS and CO. Auctioneers mid Agents, South Brisbane. WANTED, SAWYERS, for four months work. Apply to ROURKE and MUNRO, Queensland Hotel, Brisbane. . WANTED to HIRE, a BULLOCK DRAY and TEAM, for one week. Apply to ROBERT POUTER, Queen-street. WANTED, about four flores of SCRUD LAND, stumped, about a mile and a half from South Brisbane Apply to R. BULCOCK, Fruiterer, Brisbane; or to W.DART, on the Farm. WANTED, by a married couple, without family, a situation. The wife as a GENERAL HOUSE SERVANT, the husband a GENERAL SERVANT. Rush preferred. Ap- ply by letter " Couple," 'Courier' Office. WANTED, ten or Twelve Men, AXE MEN and HOLE DIGGERS, on the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 June 1861

VjU ANTED, a HOUSE and PARLOUR MAID. VV -^Apply between 10 mid 12 o'clock.' to Mrs. WEBB, A.S.N. Co.'s Cottage, North Bri»baiie. I'VT ANTED, a Ferocious DOG. 'Apply at this YT. Offioe.or Mr. J. W. CUMINGS,;. Devon shire House. Not of any uso after Saturday;- ; WANTED,- Twp Ferocious .DOGS; blood- hounds preferred. ,'Apply at theCouBiEii Office.' ¦-.'..?- ' ' '.'--:---¦¦ ¦---¦¦¦¦ ----- WANTED,, GENERAL..SERVANT, also a NURSE GIRL. 'Apply, at Mrs Vf. ii. Robert's, Spriiig.Hill.:; .,:,..>¦ <:.;> ,'!., .".r: -.c-'l . 1,1/ AN 1 ED, SAWYERS^ fotv four .months Jr work. Apply (o Ru Queensland.Hotel, Brisbane. work. Apply (o ROURKEand MUNRO, WANTED tn HIKE, a BULLOCK DRAY nnd TEAM, for one week.' Applv to ROBERT PORTER, Queen-street. ".,..' , WANTED hy the Advertiser, a SUUATION onaSHEEP FARM. Ho has had ex- perience in management of sheep in 'Germany, ?md has been engaged as sheep overseer since Ins lesidenco in tho; colony. Apply" by''lotter' to "OVERSEER,'.' 'Courier' Off...

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