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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

[iDtLlclISl Ml M J MY DI AR AIEVS1TR RYLANDS 01 UN DULL MI LOGAN RIVrR "VTEARLA tluce lhonlbs hay ing elapsed since Jil joh took suih an unmanly palt in im pounding my Biood mines und J ntiro hoiso I now huste to ret tun you many flinn I s tluough oin tt ido Circulated Connel as I tush otu lui oil Squnlteis to know bott some uci-hbouis net ngniusl c-ich olhci (lit t ii mg nell nntngc of 11 clniisc of linpoiiiidiiii- net) ns if tiny tteio sholl of cash And now mj Dons as you both mo two tenj nice young men und I picsiimc ten j huninno I tush you to know I um tiny sholl of cash and sonic of my Gi editáis me puhmg me tight foi bills ot el due puiliculirly my pool unfoituiiati AA ashci AVoiiun who lind her husband D she tulls mo tony nnutt names and s ntl I had not the pnneiple ol a Gent oi 1 would of jinid bei when I left the Colton plantation after sponging thcio sonic few Months so now I hope jon will eoiisidei scnouslj and bo so obliging o tu ¡«it lier lill lor mo oi yie tho ino pou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

EOARD mid RESIDENCE, nt tho House lately occupied by Mr. Hunter, oppoaite rookes, Esq., Turbol-strcct. ? '1583 AV. Br BOA11D 'ine! RESIDENCE.-Kcspectnblo nnd comfortnble accommodation enn bo had on modem) c terms, at Mrs. HOULES, Rostella House, near Iho Botanic Gardens, Edward-stvect. Good airy bed-rooms. 4178 BOARD mid RESIDENCE.-Two or Three Gentlemen tvill meet with first-cluss AC- COMMODATION in a private family on Spring Hill. Apply to FREDERICK E. SÍIAAV, Ex chnngo Rooms, Albort-strcot. '1005 BOARD mid RESIDENCE for acntlcmen and rumUics;"ut Airs. HASLINGDEN'S, Montpellier (Into Captain Collins'), Kangaroo Point. Stuhles, couch-house, and jinddocks at tnched. 2G85 IjAOUR Steady Young MEN enn bo Accom . moilntod willi BOARD nut! LODGINO, nt tho Alnc Cottage, Chnrlolte-slrcet, two minutes' wnlk from Queen-street. 4399 FAMILY BOARDING HOUSE, BRIS- BANE, QUEENSLAND.-BOARD und RESIDENCE for Gentlomon mid Families. Mrs. BUTLER, Eilward-slrcet (opposite tho A.S.N. Co.'s AVlmrf.) *#*...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

SHIPPING. ÁBEIVALS. May 16 -Nowra, steamer, 26 tons, Captain Hutton, from Sydney the 9th instant, in ballast No passengers May 16 -Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Cap tam Audley Coote, Ironi Sydney the 11th inst Passengers-Mr and Mrs A 0 Ileibert, Mr and Mrs Jordan, child and servant, Mr and Mrs Davidson, four children, and servant, Mr and Miss Gony, Mis Paisons Miss Poole, Mi s Orme«, Messt s T Davis, Brown, G- E ricnuug, Seaton, AV Kobortson, B Ilender-on, Dr Stephenson, S Ferguson, Edwards, S AVolfen, Bennett, Taylor, J Tail, Dn«coll, Banken, Dinsdale, AV Seaward, Clark, AArcll wood, and 86 in the stecrago May 16-Pioucei, schooner, 88 tons, Captain Briggs, fiom Ncwcastlo tho 5th instant No passcngeis H S Grenfell, agent May 16-Lady Lyttelton, barque, 151 tons,   Captain Howard, from Newcastle. H.S. Gren-     fell, agent.   DEPARTURES.   Mat 16-City of Sidney, brig, S3 tons, Captain J AArcbstci, foi Newcastle, ni balla...

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HILL AND DOWSE TESTIMONIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

J HILL, AND DOWSE TESTIMONIALS. «I Til 't -« -The testimonials. to.AValter JIilI,.I!sq.,.aud. Thomas Dowse, Esq., for their sorvicos in con- nection with the Queensland Court of the Exhi- bition of 18G2, wero presented on ' Friday, May l-l, at tho School o( Arts, on behalf of the subscribers, by his Honor Mr. Justico Lutwyche. Mr. Hill was unablo' to attend, and a letter from bim, Btaling his reasons for boing absent, was read. Tho attendance tvas tory scanty considering the interesting nature of tho demon- stration. ' Tho OiMimny called upon Mr. T. P. Pugh, tho Secretary and Treasurer, to read a state- ment of the subscriptions and expenses, «-hieb he accordingly did. Tho amount raised in Brisbane xvas £71 11s.-, in Maryborough, £32 18s. j and in Rockhampton, £2G 13s. ¡ making n lotnl of C13 í 2s. The principal ex- pense had bee» incurred in engrossing and illu miiintiiig the addresses j but after deducting all disbursements, there remained a sufficient siun to present each gentlem...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

METEO UOLQaiCAL OR SER VATIONS. mromctur (a o oi Indies ru-") num. %~, lineal tn 3V! S3, p in-, ... cli'grt'ûs l'ail-1 9 p^-j, ," AVi: hjiro been furnished tt ith tho following Return of the Meteorological Observations taken ot tho IClcctrio Telegraph Ollico, Brisbane, during Iho month ol' April, 18G1: .Vtiziinui». Mimmun, Nam. Tlwrm.rfl.lcr fJ »?£ » ¡%¡ ~¡¡J« »; »j¡ (Mintie.; (D ii.in.... 71-3. ...048 ... CG 2 A'nx(I'i"!ali1 ''.^Î*.1 *!.*"?.t.^} t,ti'3 -ni - m Minimum Dll'ta'(s'l'iii'do).,. 73 8 ." 4 j 0 ... 02 G M"ja,r)u"L^:.} >°8s -.«-o ... «1 Minimum Oniss (illttu) ... 74*2 ... 40 5 ... 03-5 Uuromotur (No ' ' " " " SO 900 ... 29-695 ... 2M61S 30 008 ... 27 023 ... ¡S'SW VSj. ... 30 118 ... 29 040 ... 29912 ronliolt). I'm tlonuUlijobs'.urein 9 n m. 9 ... 0 ... 3 10 reiiriuntl',,,, tlioViliiin. 0 ... 0 ... ?» tvlioluekv "...,. ii mi. 9 ... 0 ... -' (SI a m. -805 ... -2S9 .... -624. EluslIofo-.ccorVniiour-Jsiim.-7Ô3 ... -209 ... "Mï I 0 n.m. 00S ... '308 - "OHO ., , , fa un. 019...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

Auction Sales. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. QUEENSLAND. PALM TREE CREEK STATION, "ItTthe Leichhardt District. - With. 14,195 SHEEP, more or less, and 100 head more or less of quiet well-bred CATTLE. Capabilities, 25,000 Sheep. For Positive Sale by Public Auction, at the Booms, East-street, Ipswich. On SATURDAY, the 4th day of June next, at 12 o'clock sharp. Teems-ONE THIRD CASH, ol the esti- mated whole amount of the purchase money, and the residue thereof on the order for delivery of the stock and station being tendered to the purchaser by bills at one and two years, WITH BANK INTEREST ADDED, secured by mortgage over the stock and stations. "I71ATTOBINI Se CO. hate received iustruc I* tiona to sell bj public auction, at their Booms, East-street, Ipswich, Queensland, on SATURDAY, the -1th day of June next, at 12 o'clock sharp, THE PALM TREE CREEK STATION, Situate in the Leichhardt District, in the Colony of Queensland, and distant about ISO milea from Rockhampton/cousisting of four blocks of c...

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TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 13, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

TOOWOOMBA. (l'ROjr. OUn OIVN COimi'Sl'ONDENT.) lo¡ May 13, 1801 tin TriE principal event of the week was tlio farewell dinner to Mr. B. It. D. AYhite, late manager of tho Bunk ol'Now- South AVales here, which took place at Mrs. Littleton's, Sovereign ?Hotel, last evening. Tho long room of the hotel yvas very tastefully laid out for the occa- sion, and yvns decorated with Hags, See., Sec, in a very pleasing manner. Covers were laid for about sixty, but only fifty gentlemen sat down. The dinner tvns of a -most recherche character, and what was very noticeable was tlio plentiful supply of fruit, consisting of pine-apples, oranges, apples, Sec, Sec, quite a novelty in dinners in our inland town. The greatest credit is duo to the worthy hostess for the ex- cellent way in which sho performed her part of tho demonstration. - Tho chair was occupied by Dr. Stacey, .T.P., and the'vice-chnir by I?. Kow lina, Esq.', P.M. Aftor substantial justice had been done to tho solid portion of tho repast...

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THE QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

THE QUEENSLAND ACCLIMATISA- " TION SOCIETY. by I -.- byt THE Second Annual Meeting or the Queens- land Acclimatisation Society was held yestorday afternoon, in St. John's Church School Rooms. Thero was a pretty good attendance of members, and his Excellency the Governor, tho President of the Socictj-, occupied the chair. Mr. Bebnays being called upon by his Ex- cellency to read the Report, said that, beforo doing so, lie must congratulate the meeting upon being there to receive a Second Annual Report. It was barely twonty-ono months sinco the Society was first started, and in that short period it has established for itself a solid founda- tion, upon which thero waa every reason to hope that a large and most useful superstructure would arise At tho inception of tho under- taking, which was the first of the kind attempted in so small a community, they had had to con- tend with the prejudice with which every scheme was met which did not promiso a money rotum ; and tho bringing of the S...

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THE CULTIVATION OF THE SUGAR CANE IN QUEENSLAND. SELECTION OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

THE CULTIVATION OF THE SUGAR CANE IN QUEENSLAND. SUTCTlOV OP I IM) In tho selection of lund loi a Biigar plantation caio should bo taken that tho soil is adapted for tho purpose as tluofly on this tt ill depend tho qitantilt of saceliiirino mattei iho yield on the most fntoiublo soils which I tt ill descube lo bo double that of calcareous, marl 01 sandy 1 '1 ho plantation should bo on an incline if possible or on a high let c1, so that it ttill not bo sub|cct to swamping, and wül not rcquuo ninth drainage , , ,, . ,. 2 Bluek clat is tho most suitablo as it tt ill retain tho moisture much longer than any other 3 Allut ml soil fiom 12 to 11 inches on clay is also very good 1 Rich ullin ml soil is good, bul canes grown in this soil bato not hold in tho ground sullleiont to withstand strong winds , ns thoy grow yory soft in this soil tho stiong ttmds aro likely tot o much diunago to them Lou lands I should ninth object toas thoy may moio or less bo Bttampt , an oicrlloiimg of the lands,...

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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF GENERAL EDUCATION FOR THE YEAR 1863. To his Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of. St. Michael and St. George Captain-General and Governorin-Chief of the colony of Queensland and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., &c., &c. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY— [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

REPORT OF THE HOARD OF GENERAL EDUCATION FOR THE YEAR 1803. To his Excellency Sir Georgo Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Dis- tinguished Order of. St. Michael and St. George Captain-General and Governor in-Ohief of the colony of Queensland and its dependencies, and Alec-Admiral of tho same, etc., ixe, ixe. MlY IT PLEASE YOUR ExCEtXENCY AVe, tho Board of Education, havo tho honor to submit to your Excellency this our Fourth Annual Report of the condition of tho schools under our supervision, together with a state- ment of accounts for tho year 1SC3 : SCHOOLS IN ¿PERVTION. In tho course of Iho year wo had eighteen schools in operation, attended in tho aggregate by 3201 pupils. The average daily attendance was 1593-2, being mi inercnso of 375-5, or or nearly 31 por cent, on that of tho previous year. AVo ave unable to report a corresponding in-' crease in tho number of buildings' orcetod specially for school purposes j our operations in tliis respect havo been retarded, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

LI IS URE HOUR AND SUIsDAY Al HOME 101t 18G3 TUST Recen eel a Lai go Supply ox Punco O Consol I of LLISUftE HOUR ami SUIS DAY Ai HOAIE, forlSG3 besides liiintlutls of AVood Cuts tivoli o Colored Lnguiimgs lbe«o mo Hie cheapest mid best Bool s loi gcneial reading published îiOAV ON SALE at JAAU S MILLAR S Boolt«cllei, No 2, Refuge Rott Queen «licet 43oS ISLAY AND POPULAR BOOKS PrrirSTRIVJî 10UR in Cnsliineio and llnbet bj Captain Knight, 25s Rtades Say age Yfiua 2Gs Cassons Tiendi Dictionaiy, Ils riieu) s llnrlj Yeal s Re mmiscntea in >ett South AAalcs 17s Gd Ollciidoifs Method of Leal nmg li cntb Ss Gd lohnst on s Atlas of G cn« ni Geography Pttu Pinky s Annual foi 18G1 Gs Gd Linns AVoiks and lift complete tilth nuiucious fine 1 ilgiaini,,« Is Gd ilaniiiih s Bampton lee dirts loi 1S63 13« Hugos Les Miscmbles ti nisi lied 8 Gd A. car Bool of Tact s of 18G1 ln0oldsby s Legends It o Illuslinted by Cruick slimiks 2Gs Ctca«i on the I ngh«li Conslilu tion 8s Gd 'Hie Hoi so m Hie Stable...

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THE ESTIMATES FOR 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

THE ESTIMATES FOR 18G5. The Estimates of the piobablo AVajs and Means and E\pendituto ol iho Go y ci nment of Queensland, foi the j eil 1803, weie laid befóte the Assembly yes tud ty afternoon Feyy documents possess gtcitei mteiest at the commencement of a bCasion than this, foi it indicates, if not the ti no notions of the Muustii upon the financial position of the countiy, at least, then appicciation of then oy\n strength, and of the gullability of the cominiunty and the elasticity of the public ciuht AVe leam, then, that the Muustii aie confident and hopeful Tot the wel- fare of the colony, we shall be glad to find tint their confidence is not misplaced 01 their hope gioundlcss Any doubts that we may enteitam on the subject we need not now e\piess at length, foi it mil be only fair to the Ticasnici to \y nt for Ins "Budget" befóte questioning the lehability of his calculations The nays and means fiom all sotuccs, aie set down at the flatteiing figuie of ¿578,500 This is £101,230 ...

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THE BRISBANE BRIDGE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

THE BRISBANE BRIDGE ACT. It must bo a relief to the inhabitants of Brisbane and the suburbs to know that all obstados in the tvay of proceeding tvith the Bridge have, at length, been sur- mounted ; and that the Municipal Council is now, for the first time, in a position to enter' upon the prosecution of this impor- tant public work. AVe have in doubt that all who havo ' the welfare ol' the city at heart aro glad to forget their anxiety and disappointment at past procrastination in the hopeful prospects of the future. And, though one may feel that ero this there could have been at least a good foot way spanning the noble stream that divides our city, and thus an end put to all the dismal doublings auent steam-ferries and other less questionable facilities for traflic ; we can as easily forbear express- ing regret for the conveniences that yvc had desired ¡is tvo can withhold condemnation of the causes that prevented our obtaining them. We feel that we can afford to be magnanimous her...

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THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. (From the Home News.) THE TEMPLE, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

TUE NEWS J3Y TUE MAIL. (From tho Home Newi.) Tur. Temple, March 2G. I O^DO<^s~Î^^U^a condition of Mi Jin miyee, of Ulctik House, when the wind was, as now, in IhuEilsl Ii l8 l el y uniomfoiliible, mill inclined lo seo oieiytluug Ihiougli any thing but losecoloied glaises 'lo lot el se a Shales peat ian quotation which has i athel unaccountably git tn tioublo lo a good many intelligentcoinmciilutois, "Our couilicis' looks no less obey tho king s looks than do oin bloods the Hcntciis" Mi Challes Kingsley nindo ti gullaut defence of tho cast wind, but I think that wo aro " uiieontmeed," liko tho but 1er of Iho Biotheis Cheoryblo I dmo say that tho wind m question has tis adiimtagts in tho way of piomolmg mitigation, and siuh like tulles, but sin i/mg, hacking coughs bom sent ss, mid a gtnci al inclination lo I hulk ill of y oin li lions mid lo But what you Ihuil, do not assist one to ti calm and philosophic estimate of the physical aiiangciucnls of Iho unit use Ihcro must ba...

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WESLEYAN TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

--- lito, t WESLEYAN TEA MEETING. tho , -?- . . ,..ij "" cxpri A tea and public mcctiug was held cm AVcdncsday evening, May 11, at the AVesloyan Church in Albert-street, for tho purpose of presenting Uio Rev. J. 11. Fletcher-who is about to bo removed to Ipswich, in the usual course of tho itinerancy-. with a valedictory address previous to lus leaving his congregation in Brisbane. A very largo number of persons were present, and, after tho good things provided at tho tea tables had been enjoyed, the Rev. N. TunxEii com- menced tho'business of the ovening by offering up ii prayer. It was then proposed by Mr. James Suther- land, and seconded by Mr. J. AV. Costin, that Mr. J. S. Tower ttike the chair, which was carried. In opening the proceedings, Mr. J. S. TtjRNr.n said that thov bad met there that evening to take n farewell of Mr. Fletcher, who tvas aboul to leave thom, and it had also been intended to welcome Mr. Beazley (who is to be Mi-. Fletcher's successor), but ho had boen pre...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

CJje C0utiet\ PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1SG4. We cannot think that the recent changes which havo been made in our immigration system will be viewed with more favor in Hie mother country than in the colony, or »nit tltey will coiultico to the maintenance °f a healthy influx of population for Queensland. The confidence of many men »t home and abroad who aro amongst our inost sincere well-wishers will be shaken uy what must appear to them the vacilla- tion of the powers that be anti a gross violation of tho existing law. What the effect will be upon the thousands of people with migratory intentions whom our late Emigration Agent, Mr. Jordan, did "is best to prepossess in favour °i this colony, it is very hard to define. But this much is certain, that they will regard with suspicion every- thing with which the name of Queensland is associated and mistrust any future con- tract proposed on our behalf to induce them to cast their lot with us. The terms here- tofore offered to immi...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 16. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—Mary (an aboriginal), and James Treacy brought up for drunkenness, were discharged ; David Evans, James Thompson, David Mathies, Robert Anderson, and Michael   Walsh, for drunkenness, were each fined 10s. ; David Evans, for a similar offence, aggravated   by the use of obscene language, was fined 20s. ASSAULT.—George Draper pleaded not guilty to a charge of assaulting William Scully Daly     in the execution of his duty, and was fined £5. WAGES.—Kelly v. Greer. Summons case for wages. From the evidence of plaintiff it   appeared that he had agreed to work for de- fendant for a certain salary, which defendant     refused to pay. On the other hand, defendant swore that he had proffered the amount of wages due to plaintiff, which he refused to   accept. Two agreements were produced, ac-   &a...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

TEL! GRAPHIC NEWS. (l'BOjr Ouït TEIXaiMl'HIO COltKEäPOXDEXTS.) _ sel SYDNEY. Im JIny IG. wi A nirir mateh betttecn Satinet mid Soul li nmpton took place on Saturday The St due) men scored 002 Hie Alabama len (lie Cape of Good Hope on Mareil 2 Uli The Zambesi mission lins been biokcn up Di Lit uigalonc intends going norllittiiid, up the Bed Sen, and llieuce to England ADEL UDE The maiket» aie declining Tho Ooveinoi of AVe«lcrn Australia has re fused to fontmd a memorial to hoi Alniesty agaiur-t tiaii'poi talion KriiTtniNO lo the disposal of Hie gioiuid on tthith the Giand Stand twll be trotted, tie may lennrk Hint lal go sums hut o alitais been ob lamed in Sidney and Altlbourne, fiom the fiitt that Hie pinthasei catéis foi tlio ti ltois , aho supplies luncheon to players dining each day, and geiieiallt piotulcs Iho ilinnei git en ni honor of tho cleten «ho come to play The «tructuro is to bo capablo of accommodating fiom GOO to 1000 persons, tilth a bar and lun cheon room underneath ...

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PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY. GENERAL BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY GENERAL BUSINESS-NOTICES OF MOTION.                 Mr. Groom to move for copies of all corre- spondence between the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, the Registrar-General, and the Rev. Mr. Schirmeister, relative to the case of the Rev. Mr. Angar, the German Lutheran Missionary stationed at Toowoomba.   Mr. R. Cribb to move for leave to bring in a Bill to Legalize Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister. Mr. Pugh to move for a return of till AVorks done under the suporintvndeuro of the Colonial Architect's Department sinco tho 1st January, 18G0, distinguishing bclween works executed undor publie contract subsequent lo lenders being udvcrlisod for,-works oxcculetl under contracts entered into without tendera having been publicly called for,-and works executed without any contract being entered into previous to their commence...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 17 May 1864

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS. BUTTERFIELD.-On the 17th April, the wife of Mr. James Butterfield, Wharf-street, North Brisbane, of a son. BOW.-On the 22nd April, at her residence, George-street, Mrs. W. R. Bow, of a daughter. BUHOT.-On the 25th April, Mrs. Buhot, of Kangaroo Point, of a son. CROOK.-On the 15th May, at her residence, Charlotte-street, Mrs. G. Crook, of a son.   EDEN.-On the 6th May, at Gregory Torrace,   the wife of Charles Eden, Esq., of a son. HARRISON.-On the 14th May, at her residence, South Brisbane, Mrs. J. Harrison, of a son. HEAL.-On the 26th April, at Wickham-street, the wife of Mr. J. D. Heal, of a daughter, premature. IVORY.-On the 16th February, at 42, Char- lotte-street, Edinburgh, the wife of James Ivory, Esq., of a son. MYLNE.-On the 18th April, at Brisbane, Mrs. Graham Mylne, of a daughter. McKELLAR.-On the 9th May, at her residence, No. 3, Hodgson's Buildings, the wife of R. W. McKellar, Esq., of a son. MEYERS....

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