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LATE ENGLISH AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

LATE ENGLISH AND GENERAL NEWS. WE are indebted to Capt. Higgins, of the Jane schooner, for copies of the Sydney Morning Herald of the 1st and 3rd September, being three days later date than the liles sent through the Post Office. The following are the most interest- ing itemsfof intelligence : The Sterling, P. O. Packet for May, had ar- rived in Sydney on the 31st ultimo, bringing a large mail, consisting of twenty-two bags. In the House of Commons, on the 25th April, the Chancellor of the Exchequer entered into a statement of the distribution of £620,000, pro- posed to be advanced to three Irish Railway Companies. With reference to the state of the money market he said, at the present moment there existed in the monetary world nothing short of a panic, and this panic, in his opinion, was of the most unfounded and, unaccountable character. He had recently seen deputations from Manchester and other great manufacturing towns, in reference to the present state of things, and these part...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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EXTRACTS. COURTS OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

EXTRACTS. COURTS OF REQUESTS. TUE following is extracted from Mr. G. B. Rogers's little work on this subject : Things necessary to be continually had in re- membrance by the Commissioner 1. That in the Administration of Justice he is entrusted for God, the Queen, and the country. 2. That it be done uprightly and deliberately. 3. That he rest not upon his own understanding or strength, but implore and rest upon the direc- tion and strength of God. 4. That in the execution of Justice, he carefully lay aside his own passions, and not give way to them however provoked. 5. That he be wholly intent upon the business he is about, remitting all other cares and thoughts as unreasonable and interruptions. 6. That he suffer not himself to be preposseessed with any judgment at all, till the whole business, and both parties be heard. 7. That he never engage himself in the be- ginning of any cause, but reserve himself unpre- judiced till the whole be heard. 8. That he be not biassed with compassi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Sept. 13. Secret, schooner, Boyle, from Sydney. Passengers-Robert May, D Smith, W. Jackson, M. Hall, T. Ireland, and IMPORTS. Secret: 100 bags maize, <í¿) bags salt, 17 bags sugar, 2 wool baskets. M. Appleton; 1 hhd. mm. 4 cases Geneva, Pou PI s ; 184 bags flour. 24 bags bran, Watson ; v2 rases, i bale, 1 keg, H. Moil ; sundry colonial meichandise. Jane.- 10Jihd&. jjorJter^Ojhhds. ale, Le Breton ; "lTase'gläblr, 1 case éârIhenwäre, Leslie for Âlphaîi ; 1 case glass, R. Graham and Co. ; 2 bales picks, 1 hha< sugar, £ keg tobacco, 1 pkge shears, 1 chest tea, 1 bale slops, White of Bloomfield ; 1 Rliiid^smidrjes^l^casej^irbag^ rice,3lBbox"soap, 4 bags jsaltf I cask, 1 keg^ 1 can oil, 1 pan, H. AlphanV; 1/case sundries, 1'cask,'2 boxes, 1 case fruit, lease pickles,ß boxes soap, 14 hags salt, 1 case, 1 bale, Leslie ; 40 bags flour, 8 boxes soap, Gkegs, Richardson ; "4 bars '2 bdles iron, 1 bar < steel,'Gore Bros/; ...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT "VyHARF. MORN. LVEN. Sept. l8-Saturday, .r. 5. IO 5.50 , 19-Sunday. 6.36 7.7 ''! ( 20¿--Monday.'. 7.41 8.17 '- 21-Tuesday. 8.47 9.14 22-Wednesday. 9.39 10.2 j - r 23-Thursday. 10.23 10.43 24-Friday. 11.3 11.21

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

NEW ZEALAND. i Bv the Secret we have been put in possession of files of papers from Wellington to the 11th ult. Mr. Eyre, the Lieutenant Governor, had arrived, and the new constitution had been proclaimed. We extract the following particulars of some skirmishes with the rebel natives,,which had taken place at Wanganui, fioai the Wellington Inde- pendent of the* 1st July :-i The schooner Edward Stanley, Armstrong, master, arrived in port last night from Wanganui. By her we have received a confirmation of the report which will be found in another part of to- day's' paper. Our correspondent has forwarded tis a detailed account of all the proceedings at that settlement, from the 24th of June to the 24th of July inclusive. We shall publish the entire journal in our next. The following summary is all we have room for : On the 1st of July, Mr. M'Gregor crossed the river to look after some cattle. He reached the top of Shakespere's Cliff without observing any natives. He then placed himself...

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MAITLAND ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

MAITLAND ANNUAL RACES. " ("From the Heads of the People, Aug. 28. J The above sports cameoff on Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday last. The weather proved fine, which added greatly to the number of specta- tors, who flocked from the surrounding beautiful districts. Certainly there never were better attended races witnessed by the Mailänders for many years ; and too much praise cannot be be- stowed on the swift and beautiful breed of horses assembled, which far exceeded any other distiict in the colony. We cannot help mentioning the attention paid to ourselves by the respected Judge, Isaac Gor rick, Esq., as also Mr. Jones, of the Mercury, and the other Stewards ; nor must we forget the sportsmanlike manner in which Harry. Reeves kept the course clear, in fact he is a second John Rose Holden/ Esq., and seems to be the very existence of the sporting people of the Hunter River, which is to be hoped will last many years. The following is a brief account of each day's racing : FIRST DAY...

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

COLONIAL. ABSTRACT. «Pföm tftfr Singapore* Prée Press of June last, we learn that a* very «fevere action Had talccn place between M. C steamer Nemesis and a~large num* ber of piratical prahus. After two or three hours hard firing _nd*"ghtihg, the pirates we're com 4 pletely oyercpmerand(most of ineir boats destróf ed:HfKe"£ease éf^Mrf BarBeiis |xçitinfgfeàt! interest, and his statements oftthe pe&ecutlonsj'he lias undergone^* Norfolfèlsland would be'deemed toeredible were they not sufficiently atfcsted byfdfs iffierested-attd respectable individuals, a subscrip- tion* has been set on foot to' enabVhim io return to Europe.-The detachment of the 58tW regiment is about to embark for Auckland, and its place im Sydney will be supplied by the two companies of the199th, which have been recently stationed at Port Nicholson.-An inquest was held on1 the body of William Smith, a prisonet, who attempted to^escape frPm* Coclcatoo' Island, when the jury found á verdict of death caused by ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

' < . STEAM TO SYDNEY, |HE TAMAR WILL SAIL ON *?? TUESDAY, 21 ST SEPTEMBER, And on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, < South Brisbane. SALE BY AUCTION AT IPSWICH. » MR. T. DOWSE "DEGS to inform parties looking out for a snug *-f corner in the go-ahead town of IPSWICH, that he has received positive instructions to sell by Public Auction, ON MONDAY, THE 4TH OCTOBER NEXT, At 12 o'clock, At the Queen's Arms Hotel, Ipswich, All those substantial and commodious Premises, .lately in the occupation of Mr. M. Sheehan, known as the ST. PATRICK INN, Little Ipswich, but now in possession of Mr. P. Nichol, chemist and druggist, together with about one acre of land, securely fenced, and the stabling and other out-building attached. , The centrical situation of "these premises ad- mirably adapts them for any line of business, and as the population in this locality is daily increas- ing, there is now a first-rate opportunit...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

THE {ñovtton ft ay ? OUÏ it v. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER l8, 1847. ON Wednesday last ^another attempt was made to administer the nauseous land pill to the innocent people of Moreton Bay : .we are sorry to add that the attempt was sufficiently successful in its apparent re- sults to warrant our doctors in repeating the* dose v 'Whether or not the next phy- sicking day will pass off as well as the last, time alone can show. Much will depend upon the operation of the medicine on those last treated ; they, however, being voluntary swallowers to even a much greater extent1 than the prescription, «can 'have no claim to pity on their own account. On the contrary they may here- after take pride in having sacrificed them- selves as a warning" to others, and as il- lustrations4 of the' evils of rashness. ^Notwithstanding the satisfaction we feel ^tjtfte proof .of the prosperous condition of affairs in this district evinced'in the spirited competition which took place for some of/ the town lots on W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

1 SALE BY AUCTION; , " ', MR. DOWSE 1 TJAS received instructions to Sell by Public xx Auction, at the Wharf of Mr. P. W.' Welsby South Brisbane, , ? . " "? ''? THIS DAY, ., At 12 o'clock, . ! * . ? ' li bales of Hay, weighing about 1 ton.- '<'' ' j AND >'.< ? . ? .' '?-" A' very useful strong Saddle Horse, rising four ¡ years old, and lias been worked in harness. - 'A ! ' L0ST' : ' : ' . ./ A CHEQUE, drawn by Messrs. Ferrier and' **" Ulir, on the Bank of Australasia, in favour of *' Advertisements, &c," or bearer, for the sum of Two Pounds'and Ninepence. ' Payment has" been stopped. Whoever will return the same to A* B., at the office of this journal, shall be hand- somely rewarded. Brisbane, 17th Sept., 1847. LOST, AN ORDER, drawn by H. R. Elkins on R.' ?**. Graham and Co.-, for the sum of Fifteen Shillings and Elevenpence. Whoever will return the same to Mr. Ocock, solicitor, South Brisbane, shall be rewarded for his trouble. " Brisbane, 15th Sept....

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 September 1847

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. MURDER BY THE NATIVES.-The fears expressed' in our last issue concerning the fate of three saw- yers who were employed in cutting cedar in the scrubs on the Pine River have been, in one instance at least, painfully verified. Scarcely has the ex- citement produced by the murders of Wyamba, the black boy, and a white man named Rogers,, subsided, when another butchery, quite as melan- choly, and perhaps less excusable, has succeeded. As soon as the circumstance was reported, the Police Magistrate with the greatest promptitude proceeded to the spot where the occurrence took place, and instituted an inquiry touching the death of one unfortunate man, named William Waller,. whose body had been brought to Captain Griffin's head station on Saturday morning last. One of the sawyers named James Smith, on being sworn, gave the following evidence. He stated that he was employed with William Boller, and William Waller -the deceased, cutting cedar on the Pine River on the mo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

«HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. Sept. l8. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. Passengers-Mr. G. Leslie, Mr. Eraser, Mrs. M'Leod, Mrs. Ferguson, Mr. Colin Campbell; Air. A*. Campbell, Mr. W. , " jGray. Mr. W¿ Kept, Mt, W*.MLXfnt, ^- \ Mil LeiBjreton.lMr vsw «s*-^^«i« Passengers-Mr." Harris. Mr. Welsh, Mi. M'Lean, Mr. Kable, Mr. and Mrs. Hulland ; and four in the steerage. 21. Jane, schooner. Higgins, for Sydney. Passengers - Mr. Marjoribanks, and three in the steerage. Tamar : I box soap, 1 grindstone, Davidson ; 1 cask, 2 kegs. 1 box tin, 1 parcel, R. J. Smith ; 1 parcel, Muggins; 1 sow, Leslie; I parcel, Coutts ; 1 bag, Gurber ; I case, J. Green ; 2 f ^cases, Kavenagh ; *1 ^case; I1 pkge, 3 cans, 2 par-^ eels, W. Kent ; L parcel, Kelly ; 1 box« 2 parcels paper, Lyon ; 2 buoys, Harbour Master ; 1 bag, half chest tea, 2 boxes, 2 cases, Powers ; 1 case, 4 t>ars iron, 1 pkge bows, Richardson ; 2 vases, 5 bags flour, I mat tobacco, Skyring ; 1 bag rice, I case gin, A. Wright; I parce...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

TIDE TABLE. HIOH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. HORN. EVE». .Apt' 25-Saturday. 11.38 11.56 26-Sunday. 0.15 0.32 27,-Monday.0.49 1.7 28-Tuesday. 1.24 1.42 29-Wednesday. 2.0 .2.20 , -30^Thursday..... 2.41 3.12 >«> 1-Friday. 3.26' 3.53

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THE GENERAL CEMETERY BILL AND THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

THE GENERAL CEMETERY BILL AND THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE.   DURING the consideration of the measure above named, we were so fully convinced of its utility, and so certain that it would pass into a law, that we refrained from noticing the objections which were urged against it. The obstinate and unex- pected division upon the final reading of the Bill induced us, however, to make a few observations in our publication of the 21st ultimo, and we then thought that we had done with the subject ; but as our infallible contemporary of the Sydney Chroni-, de has on the 11th mst. pronounced ea? cattfedta a withering judgment upon the article in question, we are compelled,to avail ourself of our right to appeal even from his oracular decision, we are not in such a happy state of ignorance upon this subject as our wise contemporary imagines us to be ; we had obtained information from the debates in Council, and from other sources besides our own historical recollections before the Chron...

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MORETON BAY SALT BEEF. To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

MORETON BAY SALT BEEF. I Tb the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. . \ SIB, -For the information of the cattle owners of Ulis district; I hand you for publication the fol- lowing extract oft a letter I have received from Capt. Collins, respecting, some casks of .salt beef, cured under my own directions at Mr. >R. J. Smith's establishment at Kangaroo Point, during, the last season, being part of the proceeds of twenty bullocks, which were, not considered fat enough to pay for boiling down, and salted for experiment, it must be remembered, howeVer, that they were of good age, five to six years. .. Sydney, v >. >?> , " Dear Sir,-I am glad to inform>you that salt beef is likely to fetch a good price this season, on account of the quantity already exported, and the small quantity cured. We had one of your,casks -opened to'inspect, and it is declared bylàlf to he the very best that has been seen' in Sydney-it really-is very prime * "* * l " ä* <-. ' I " The marke...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

To <Äe Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier, SIR.-It will hardly.be doubted by any'sane men, who are not lawyers, that whatever has a tendency to make the transfer of.landed properiyJramvseller to buyer a matter of difficulty, delay, and dispro portioned expense, is a >!public nuisance, and as such ought, on a first and fitting occasion, ¡to be done away with. I do not doubt but that without proceeding any further I have disturbed a hornet's nest ; but no matter ¡they have been', it is true, Jong in possession,- and as they say that posses- sion is nine-tenths of the hw, it behoves the public to look well to the remaining tenth, or they may lose that also. The question to be considered is whether what I have to observe be true, and if true, whether through the instrumentality of the public voice, as proceeding through you and your contemporaries, some one among the elective Council may not be induced to stand forth and exert his talents and abilities in effecting the re- ...

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DEATH OF MR. O'CONNELL. (From Bell's Weekly Messenger, May 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

;y ,V DEATH:,OF MR. O'CONNELL:1r'3 CFrom BelV.s, Weekly,Messenger, Mqy,2Ï.J THIS event, which has been looked for almost daily for some time, past, took place at Genoa during the evening of the 15th May. The fol- lowing letter, written by Mr. Duff, an1 English physician residing at Genoa, contains a full ac- count of the circumstances attending the death of Mr. O'connell :- * " Some account ot the closing scenes of the fife of an individual who has filled so remarkable a position in thet world as Daniel O'connell, must prove interesting to the generality of your readers, and I therefore, as an English physician, called In to attend him, take leave to lay before you the1 following statement:-On Monday, May IO, I saw Mr. O'connell for the first time, and he was then suffering from profuse and involuntary diarrhoea, with great pain of the abdomen under pressurer strong-rapid pulse, flushed face, &c. Mr. O'con- nell had also chronic bronchitis of some years standing. From the re...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

;;.,i^.if/iirS.a:|ïrj'i.î ;;'f|g||-^ ; . f ; :;;%!j®äMK SAIL ON 1 vstf-f^ih. .,' ???:?.; a:TüÉSDAY^;5TH OCTOBER, . ' l '.:*.' ^âri^ow every altèrnàtë^TStesdayyàs formerly, ^;£#^&';^ ; ; ',; ; ' ^fl -SÀÈE'BY AUCTION ÍÁT IPSWICH; MpiEGS to.inform parties looking out for a snug, ^^- corner in the go-ahead-towri;of¡IPSWICH/ ííthat he liaBJrecèivéd positive instructions: to sell; :n4>yiPublic:Auction,-''íj':'' "; .?- ^h;; '.'. ;;;.:.?"..,, ^'¡7. '??.) ^OFÍííbNDÁYv THE4TH OCTOBER NEXT, :,,pKin:ÍVÚJ->Ú- ^.'/???'?At:l12 balook; . '?'î-:r:' -:;>;:i"--. '.'. VS iv'\ ;"At the Queen'sÍ Arms'HoteliiljpSWichV ^¡^ll^thpse^substantial'and commodioùs premises, ? ".lately m ^ ..'?^'?túe..'.'/'"';''';',",: '' "'.'.'''', ^':V"r,";'"'.J.'./': '"?',?'- -,?'?; ? ¿ív!-v^V;''^V.-i"KST-'^AWÍP^.-W^r'.-í;"-'^'^ ! :-'¡:'> ? .Iiittlpiïpswich* but now in possession of Mr. P. j t,ííiql\pl',: chemist and druggist, together with about i one acre of land; securely fenced, and thestabling v;andótli...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

THE lo re |on fyay Courter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1847. WE have great pleasure in stating that it is the .intention of His Excellency Sir Charles Fitz Koy to visit this district in the month of January, or February next, when an opportunity will be aftbrded hiiin ' of seeing things as they really are, by personal inspection of our condition-? socialaud political. We feel confident that HisjExcellency will gather a few wholesome'1 Cation his arrival amongst ^ïhem with feelings »of the liveliest pleasure and loyal respect, as the representative of Her Majesty the Queen. ,...-".'. i * ?- - - ...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 25 September 1847

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. By the Penyard Park and Eleanor Lancaster. which vessels arrived in Sydney on the 13th-inst., we have received news from England to the 2nd June. The former made the passage in 114 days, and the latter in 101 days, being the quickest trip of the year. The intelligence, brought by these vessels js highly interesting and important ; we have, therefore, devoted .iii our available space for »the following sifmm.iry. ti leaned from our contem- poraries, many of tlie Knglibh newspapers brought' ."{ hy< the" June packet not luvmg been forwarded b/ - .the'ïhwtarV- ' ' "" ' ; " ' *' r '' \ 'Parliament was expected to be prorogued about v' -the middle! 'of July, previous to its ilissplution. Canvassing «as being proceeded1 withrin many * ' 'jmrts; and there was an impression that a coalition ' «ministry «ould be formed as soon' as'the new Par - liamerit \\as~ assembled. ' "J , ' On the 1st of June, in the House of Commons, 1 Lord Lincoln proposed '...

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