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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 27 June 1861

. THE COURIER . IS NOW PUBLISHED DAILY.   . Subscription per Quarter :- . In advance, 15s. ' Buring the current quarto V 110 charge will be made to pesent Subscr Hers for the additional papers supplied. Steam to Sydney. . THE TELEGRAPH from . the A. S. N. Co.'s New     . Wharf, on SATURDAY       . NEXT, 29th inst. %&¦ Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. GEO, D. WEBB, , - Agent. Whnrf, 17 th Juno. ] , ' , ? , Steam to -Port Benison, Calling, at Rockhampton. jnHE A.S.N. Oo.'a Steamer J. EAGLE will hedespitch ,ed for the above Ports' oii' br »abont SATURDAY; the 29th Juno. For rate of freight and fores apply at the! Company's Whnrf, ' -( .;.; 'GEoId/WEBB,, ; '¦.'?Brisbane, lilt'Jane..: ,;; ¦ Agent. For London, ',/.'.' hjlHTD brig^BESSIE. Al af Lloyd's,: JL COO tons burthen, Benjamin Davies, Commander, having a por- tion of lier eaffjo engaged will meet with quick dispatch. Wool ld per lb "j Uh 5 oenti Tallo...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, (THIS DAY.) GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. - Fhidav, (Tins Dav.) * ooykksmest business?koxici: of motton. Mr. IfKiiuiiiiT to move, For leave to bring In n bill to Amend the Municipalities Act. COVKRNMltXT DUS1SKB?OlUlFIt OF HIE PAY. Supreme Court Constitution A inendiiieiit Bill-. Second reading. GKKKIlAb UUSINnSS?OTIBRR OF TUB DAY, Medical Hill: Second reading.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORIA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, June 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

VICTORIA. (FROM 0TJI5 OWN COItltESPONDENT.) MeldoUune, Juno 17, 1861. Thu hint which I offered in my InBt commu- nication as to the probability of an early collapse of the Heales Administration, is justified by what has taken place since. On Friday night Dr. Hedley, ono of the mem- bers fur Gipps Land, moved in Ibo Assembly a vole of want of confidence in the Ministry, expressed in the following terms:?" That thu present advisors of his Excellency the Governor do not possess thc confidence either of this house or of tho country." The motion was seconded by Mr. Carr of South" Grant, and af^er a debate, or rather a series of debates, continued with the intermission of a short adjournment for refreshment to I o'clock on Saturday afternoon; thc house di- vided with tho following result:?Ayes 37, noes 19,~majority for the motion 18. The division list was as follows: ? Aves.?Messrs. Amsinck, Caldwell, Car- penter, Carr, Donald, Dully, Embling, Evans, Francis, Gillespie, Grooves, Haines, H...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

Weehly Vale n(|ni. Htan Water at Biuay _SB% Days, .Friday -,.;? Saturday Sunday , ..M.onday .....* " Tuesi' '" ty- ..inesday [ .nursday... ( ' ¦ ii ni* Date. Morn . rn ' ¦sa .July 1 .-ii 2 ?¦-.; 3 , 4,' a g 3 flt 4 36 5*26 614 '6 Sd' 7 38 After. 3 32 4 14 5 0 fl 50 6 3G 7 JO 8 0 6 53 6 53 G 53 ,0 54 6 54 G 54 6 53

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

fi aim I Intelligence, Music.?Mr. J. H. Anderson, the well known professor of music and music seller, of George-street, Sydney, arrived per Telegraph, for thc purposy of making preparations for a aeries of concerts, assisted by bis very talented son, Master Alfred Anderson, late n student pf tho Royal Academy, of Music, London." After on absence of several years in study, Master Anderson bas acquired a Loudon and continental reputation, having performed with great popularity before thc crowned heads of Europe, and since his return to bis native city, Sydney, lie has performed at the various public concerts. The press speaks in the highest terms of praise of this young Australian artist; and as he has elicited the greatest enthusiasm nt each and every appearance, we trust that Mr. Anderson will receive that support which will give bim encouragement in his present undertaking, and the Brisbane musical public will, no doubt, havo a treat in store for thom ut tho hands of tho above tale...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

MMppfnff Xntellfgenee. ARRIVED. Jomt 27.?Eagle, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Paddle, from Sydney, via Newcastle, in ballast. No jptssengers. June 27.?Jeannie Dove, schooner, 103 tons, ¦Cuntnln MTWrnntt, frnm Port Denison, via Kock Aampton, in ballast. No passengers. CLEARED OUT. June 27.?Don. Juan, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Arnold, for Sydney. No passengers. EXPORTS. Don Juan : 170 casks 3 quarter-casks 2 packages tallow, 8 bales wool, 10,bundles ?calfskins;'' 305 ?'HHeS; R.' Towns ; G casks tallow, T. P.. Stephens. T,'^rT/!l''i7'i,'"',i:.)v:" Wive for Sydney to-morrow (Siturday),ak 12.30p.m. "''U'iielitigie will leuvu Port Denison, via Kock ..hampton, to-morrow (Saturday ),:at 1 p.m; Steamers for Irswicn.?-Leaving the'A.S. N. ni Co.'s wharf?the Brisbane, this' day, nt 1 O'clock t * the Ipswich, to-morrow, nt hair-past,! o'clock. "' Tho. Don Juan will be towed down to t' , til ls afternoon, by the Breadnl'vnne. ; -*1 y ,Tlie Eagle, steamer, left Syd.ney on'*" ,?,,. ? ".'_., at 9 o'c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

' SHIP MAILS. The mails per Telegrnph,'for 'Sew South Wales, iiii,yiotoria,''South''Australia, and l'usrhnnin, will be ..-..pipsednt the General'Post Ofllee; ns follows j?? '- ' Registered letters, this evening, nt 0 o'clock.! ^Qrjlinary,aitto, and newspapers, to-morrow roorn '* ta&at-lO u'clook. , . ¦ . ?. > '¦

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

KOOKHAMPTON AGRICULTURAL . HKSl2ItYE. PEOCLAMATION. By His Excellency Slr Gfconcfl Feikiusos . IJbiVEJr, Itiilgiit Grund Cross of tho Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, Captniii-Gcnorol and Gover nor-in-Chiof of thc Colony of Queensland and its Dependencies, and Yico-Atlmiral of tho same, ito., iSrc, &c. IN pursuance of tho authority in mo vested, and in accordance with thc provisions of the Act 24th Victoria, Ko. 15, respecting tlio Alienation of Crown Lauds, I, tho Governor aforesaid,-.with thc ndvieo of tho Executive Council, do horcby notify and proclaim that' tho following lots of Land will bo opon to salo by selection, subject to thc provisions of tho said Act and regulations thereunder, at the under- mentioned pince, on and after eleven o'clock on tho day specified, at tho price allixctl to each lot respectively, being at thc rate of £1 por aero. The Deed Fcc on the undermentioned lots will bo charged according to tho following scalo:?Not exceedin...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

tfu'ji'sit'b^s' Kaili ftntieii8fftt»«& IVCkssks. -Ili-i-Kisri' .A«i» CK.\\yi'oi<r> sold, yesterday,'the ten ts, tools, &<!., ol'' the/'lille ,'gi.uM exploring, party.', 'lUieru wu? u cwkP lit tendance,- arid excellent, pi-ice's ootnineil,for tin-articles; :. ¦"'' '.Messrs. llni-.kiiiii'ii iiinl Co. report the sale of some' aere lot-t at tho Oiie-niiloSwunip, nt prices varying IVoin A'(fl to £2C. Also, on Tuesday last; one Town" jot. i«' Staiilpy-strcel, Smtli JJi-lsb.nie, for £100, ter-wa equal tacmsb. ¦?¦ ?- - --¦ .",.',.. .Owhig tu tin- [ir.o-t-:uiv un-our' spite* of I'urliii-; iiieiitiiyiunj older looiil int»lli;;oiice,weiu-oobliged' to hutil over mir reports ol' the Sydney ami omer colputul uiuikets..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY (Yesterday). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

IPSWICH. '.(pb.om- bun'.own connEspoNDBtiT.) ¦? 'j i ;, , TituiispAY. (Yesterday), j There: wera no police .cases on Tuesday, of aiiy;importaiio.3i i liEliz'a Lyons,' charged before tho Police Magistrate with being drunk iii 'East-street on.tho 21th inst., pleadod guilty, 'and'wks fined £2? iii, defuult 48 hours in thc colls. ^William Henry, charged with'diunlten iichs, ;KhJ3; aa! t\vi£it\\, pleaded: guilty, aiul was fined" Gs.? oiyin,~.defiiuIt.2-l- hours'in'tho cells. \f On, Wednesday? Tho.mua rWhitmbro foiind 'guilty 'bu tho .evidence, of--two con: stables'ofi using grbssly.indecoiitlaiiguago iii the streets, was lined il, in default ll days' .imprisonment in' Brisbnnu gaol. . Joseph Edwards was -ohuvgeil with, an aggravated assault, on James Bi'oekey. This was the assault of whioli linoiitioned sonic particulars yestorday.' The case was-remaiided until the 27th inst, for uviiloneo. .' Thero was a rumour of war in town yester- day, it being understood that thc Brisbane or Brisban...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

TO OUR AGENTS. OUR AflKNTSwi]l'!»U'.ii<M'tn:lwnr In mind the USUAL STATEMENP of ACCOUNTS, to rn- rmidu up tu thu aoHl Of the present month, uiid j l(,rwarili!il to this Ofliee by thc 30th. ? . , TO .-U-V-l-'liTHLKS. : i \"*"JJ iitiwt.iciiiii »m'.I 1.1.1-.1 til ii in il.e rule of our V V Oilloe, w-., iu iiiM-. t. NO ADVJiRTlsSE \ I ION'I'd li'oin Don-siibiOriliers uule.-s nccimipiuiicd |,y t,Uf CASU, ,._. ._ '.'?? r'. TO SUBSCRIBERS. "«£K ./'j SUBSCRIBERS nre reminded that ^he price vf | the Counma per quarter is now FIFTEEN SHILLINGS, to be paid in advance,. I (AGENTS will please to note tl-.e above.) - !

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Tuesday.?Beforo the Police Magistrate, lt. Cribb,'E. II. Drury, uml'A. Illili", Esquires,. J.P.'s., -.. j : ." ¦'' , ', , -i: Eliza Smith,: charged with"drunkenness,, was fined 10s., aiid in default, sentenced to,24 hours in tho celis. ; , Don STKAr.iNO.-TTThomas Hall stood charged ¦with stealing a,dog, thc property of William Jackson. ^MiV Garrick appeared for thc pri- soner. Tho prosecutor deposed that ho lost tho dog illirie month' of May last. Itwiis aftoi'wards<f6Vnfd in tho possession of the pri- soner at Rockhampton, to 'which place he had' gone.in tho fJlai'enco steamer, on his way to Captain O'Connell's copper minc. , .Tho pri- soner Was there apprehended,,mid brought to Brisbane.?Jlr. Garrick, on behalf of the pri;' soner,.'urged thnt thc prosecutor" might possi- bly bo mistaken in tho identity of,,tho dog; but oven i did 'it' belong ;to, tho .prosecutor, it had been recovered.1'r"HoV;also, pleaded,1 in mitigationoD puiiishincntV'that."(*tI...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Courier. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

Hs,<&mtvm+ FRIDAY. JUNE 28, '.MU. Thebe is nothing in the " Grammar. Schools Act of 18(30" to warrant the supposition that its provisions could be wrested to secure sectarian ends. Thc principle of ignoring the, existence of religious denominations, excepting so far na to provide against any exbluatvo advantages ,; being \ derived froqi thc. ¦ income of the state by any mw of them, now lios ht'tho'basis of all our legisdation^ajid. its importance has been clearly n"4 frequently vcchjrnjifpd'Jiy a large majority of our legislators, lint, even were it not so, sufficient- care, was taken in thc framing, of lhe.-;G rani mar Schools Act to provide against any attempts, made by any one religious'/denomination to engross the benefit's to' ne 'derived frojn it. The letter of this Act, indeed, might at first sight seem, to leave a loophole for a design of this nature; but the spirit bf the Act is too clearly set forth, jiiojrto'close, 'that loophole most cffe'ctualiy. , &g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tiiuusdav, Junk 27. Tue Puesident took tho chair at 10 minutes past 3 o'clock, and opened tho proceedings with prayer. ...... CONDUCT Ole CROWN LANDS ? COM- MISSIONERS. Mr. BROWN asked the hon. member re- presenting tho government? (1.) lithe government permits its ofllccfs holding tho nppoinlment of Commissioner of Crown Lauds in this colony, to trallla in nins, or to offer for sale, directly or Indirectly, country as yet unoccupied 1 (2.) If the government is aware of the prevailing rumour, that a gentleman holding tho position of Crown Land Commissioner in this colony, bas been selling runs in n district to the north, near which he is located ? (3.) If there will lie any objection to lay on the table oribis house all letters addressed to tho government of this colony hy Mr. Halloran, in explanation of certain charges made against him for irregular conduct whilst filling tho ellice of Po- lice Magistrate and Crown Lands Commissioner in the Wide Bay district? D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

¦''.IS NOW PUBLISHED DAILY. Subscription rnit Quarter :? ', - , Tn advance, 15s. '; , 'During the current quarter no charge \ mill he made to present Subscribers for the additional papers supplied. Steam to Sydney. milE TELEGRAPH:- from ?, I the A.S.N. Co.'s New xidC&L. Wharf, TO-MORROW,-29th ^^^i5-'instant, nt 1230 p.m, ¦' ..ji'/.Ui^-'&teferage-^^ %)<i a- 7 te . GEO. D. WEBB, -7 .-.-i-;-.-..-.-i ' ' Agent. -;? Wharf, 17l!i June, Steam to Port Denison, Calling,at ;V 'te Rockhampton. ^mtlE A.S.N. Co.'s Steamer I EAGLE will be tlespateh .ed for tho above Ports TO ^_MEB?K_J>'M.OItllO\V,' the 20th June, at '??'': lp'iii. For rate nf freight and fares, apply at the. ':lt Company's Wharf, !'!:.,?;:'V j geo.d. webb, ,_y W Brisbane, 11th June. - Agent. 7 £100REWAED. r-B, the undersigned, hereby oller n Reward -...., t '"' of One Hundred Pounds to any person ;'-who may give such information as will convict :-' any party or parties of having stolen any horses .?....

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WRECK OF THE BRIGANTINE HAR[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

WRECK OF THE BRIGANTINE IIAR"> Tbeicaptain and a portion of tho crew 0(-; thia ... veBschreacheil town yesterday hy tho 'Wlecrnpii ?' nndJcanio Dove. "We should lie g'',cvc,i jf the liurrled intimation of this disaster .' ^j,], ,ve o-m-e vestprday should; lead to misco'-^^ fts t°tk, local ty-pf thc wreck. Tlio ^violineement :wns « nip ly what was related to ? j ml flg sncU we , it publicity Wc beliovr ((Hlt the . of jjrfs_ -rlane.iavo hut to lie mi,j that this shipwrecked crew have been oust ??'?,,¦, oul. si10,.a3| Btn|,,)ea ol' tlie means of- pw-j^ t|le necessaries of fife, or ¦"?'¦¦?^iPWFir J l»)rt florn whence, they sailed, lo fal] f'U'tli th-^c sympathy whioli'Is the noblest trait *n;??»I1 r"?-1 *?* '.liiture. Already lins Captain'Fisher and ..!',jjkjf.-'.'.,l"*t ."'th aid and sympathy ? from their trot jer mariners, audit would ill becomo us to ivj behind after sq. fair an example. AVe libpe tbst some gentleman connected with tlie shipping ?- -?'-¦ interest will take tlie ma...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thuksday, June 27. The Speaker took tho chair at a quarter past three. SURVEYS OF LIEUT. HEATH. In answer to a question of Mr. WATTS, tho COLONIAL SECRETARY stated that tho government would bo shortly in a position to publish lithographic maps ot- ihc surveys of Liout. Heath of tlio Coast nud harbour. DURATION OF THE SESSION. In reply to a question of Slr. BLAKENEY, tho COLONIAL SECRETARY stated that ns far us thc government woro concerned there was no reason for extending thc session beyond tho end of July. No doubt certain privato bills would bo shortly brought for- ward, hut it was not likely that thc discussion upon those bills would extend to ii very lengthened period. r DUTIES OE CLERKS OE PETTY SESSIONS, &c. In reply to a question of Dr. CHALLI- NOR, thc COLONIAL SECRETARY said it Was the duty of. Clerks of Petty Sessions to attend nt their offices between tho hours of 10 a.m. and -1 p.m. (2.) In addition to their duties ns clerks to tho bench th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. CLVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

NEWS AND NOTES   BY A SYDNEYMAN MCLVIII.   What the clerk <¦? f the weather has been About, I cannot ev eh guess. H.<ere we have had a glorious suuimer day thcee days after what ought to 'be" midwinter-; but nothing of this, kind need surprise -us if, as Mr., Tebutt of Winds or informs -us, the comet is travelling towards the earf'h at thc rate "f two milHohs'nh'i a-half of miles a day, N.o crawling work, ihat! ]V*ir. Tebbutt, v?W I =.''think- ought to be pu' op,0 astronomer, has been devoting fuuch 'attention to this comet, and expects to be. pronounced the discoverer thereof?as^ vide'J(j ho is, so far as we in Australia *K&or.1r as yet From the rough .;calculati'^br<j has made of the comet's orbit, he furr^^es the following interesting infor- mal' jo^ in a published letter:? .Ja. thc night of discovery, thc comot was ?'distant about 124 millions of miles from thc -earth, and 96 millions from tho sun. It ar- rived a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 28 June 1861

WANTED, a Female SERVANT that under- stands plain cooking. Apply to Mrs. CAIN, Kangaroo Point. vt ANTI'D ibCIIA -.Tl-K for the cont trade. Yt a emull CHA FT of .'lil lo -IO lur.s rei'iiilor. Apply tn MOI'KIVS mn! ('UAW I'OH''». \\; ANTI'I', for a Hotel in ipswich, a goud n COOK ; nlso, a VYAiTiilt. Apply ul tho ' Herald ' Ollioo, Ipswich._ WANTKD. Two Ken-cious DUOS; blood hounds pruferrt-d. Apply at the CouitiKii OiVico. '.« ' AiYII'J), SAVVY) IJ-\ fm- fmir mouths Vt work. Apply li. U'ClUCi;and MUNR% Qticaiinhiml Hotel, li.iidiiiii". V\-' AM'KD. a fi -t. late lll-iWIR, and Heme V' good -XI'MIvS whi>iiiiilfi8t.iiiid--.nii«rini; limber. A I. i.g juli. Applj to It'-.UltKK mid MUNRO, Quccualimd Hole), Dmbaue, JJ ANTED, two FICA!AbK ShtiVAiVl'S tor n .? tt family .about tn o miles from town ; ono of us COOK Wi LAUNDRESS, and the oilier as NURSEMAID. Only those who can give re- spectable references med apply. Ei.qnire ut the 1 Courier' Office. j rtf ANTED:lry-tho Advertiser,'a SIIUATI...

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QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 29 June 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS.. Arrival and "Dia'AitTuiiE of AIails nt tho General Post Ollieo, Brisbane. POST TOWN'S. Auburn... ... ... "; ... Callandoon fGundawinda) / .. Camino and Graftoa .? ' - m. Cleveland .... :'?. T, Condamine ... ... I..i Dalby./ ... :. . Drayton... ... ?. '. : '. Gayndah ... -.... i Glailstono ... ..' ... f-; ipswich... ... -. ... ^7 ii-ytium... ... ¦'"?. '» Mog-.-ill ... ... ... ]¦' . N'annngo .... ... '¦*',] Marlhoroush ...' .? ' " i [ Maryborough '... Maryborough ... ," "... .:^ ltockhamoton and FortDe nison Surat and Yarrowa '-...I; Taroom? - .... - .'r ^"-' Toowoomba^ ...' "--"*'.'. Warwick ' ..." '.-_' r.'Z ~': Westwood ind Kulali)!';, i" '.*', MAILS CLOSE AT BRISBANE Monday at 1' p.m.' ; - ¦ ' :: Monday at 1 ;p,m. Monday at 8 p m. - ;. Monday at 1.30 p.m. . . -' Monday at 1 p.m. Monday nt 1 p rn... i i Monday at 1 p.m., and Friday at 1.15 p.3*. : ^ 1 Tuesday at 1 p.m. - By stcamor every alternate Tuesday ... Daily at 1.30 pjn. ' ; Monday at 1 p.m. " iRy steamer ...

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