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PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 May 1864
PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. GOVERN VIENT BfsINF-S-ORDERS OF THF DVX Piopo-ul foi Ollieinl Record of Debates-eon sidei-ition in coniinitlee of lcpoil of Standing Oidcis Committee Trade Mniks Bill-seconl reading Suppli-opening of committee Militan Contiibutiou Bill-second leading Grammar ¡schools Vet Amendment Bul second leading, Government Savings Bunks Bill-econd reading Civil Sen ico Act of 1SG3 L\tcn-ion Bdl second rending Mcienntde Law Amendment Bill-thud reading A\ hole-ale Liquors Selling Bill-third reading Pastoral Assessment BiU-ecorni lending GCVIIIMIFNT BPslNL-s-NOTIC1 OF XlollelN Mi HFimrnT to move-1 Hint the i »pul giovvth mid development of the eolonx pieeludc the po- ibihtv of nn\ final stttluncnt nt the pre-cut moment, of the qui-don of iliLioiul refoim, xvhieh aftel a bucf mtei vu! lini-t njiuii demand reconsideration 2 Hut the ceil-1- of lSolshow- the necc -lix of grunting lepie ni tation to tho-e districts and towns wluhliive ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 19 May 1864
STEAM TO CLEVELAND. The Diamond will be despatched from Raff's Wharf, on SATUR- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DAY morning next, at half-past 8, returning next day at same time. Carg0 received by Messrs. Geo. Raff and Co. Fares : Saloon, 7s. 6d. ; Fore Cabin, 5s. BRIGHT, BROTHERS, & CO., 4717 Agents. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. &nbsp; THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, May 24. 58 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- &nbsp; &nbsp; GATION COMPANY. &nbsp; STEAM TO SYDNEY. - The YARRA YARRA or CITY OF BRISBANE, 48 hours after arrival. TO ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, May 24. No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Day, THURSDAY, May 19, at 7 a.m. The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, May 20, at 8 a.m. The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, May 21, at 8 a.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's OBîces, Brisbane. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPAN...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THURSDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TiiuiiäDAV, MAY 19. BRIER IKE.-9 a.m.: Barometer (corrected), 30'176 ; thermometer (shndc), 58-8 ; ditto (dry bulb), 5S-6 ; d!(lo(wetbulb),50 0 ; forcoof wind, 1 tlj direct ion, S. by AV.; extent of cloud, 0; _weather, line, cirro-cumulus clouds. 3 p.m.: Baromctor (corroded), 30 010; thermometer (BIUUIO),' 71-2 ; ditto (dry bulb), 74-1 ; ditto (wet bulb), 510: force of win 1, 0; direction, -. ; weather, fine, rather close ; scattered . cumulus clouds. (Per Ji/eolric T.'legraph.) AA'IND AND AViunn ii.-9 a.m. : Lytton, S.W., ' ond fine; Ipswich, calm und cloudy j Laidley, calm and dull ; Toowoomba, S. by AV., und ' ' ilno ; Drayton, calm and fine ; AVarwlck, calm ' lind fine ; Dalby, N., and fino. SYDNEY.-O'a. ni. : f!aro.iiclor (corrected), 30'117; thermometer Minde), 53 0; ditto (drv .""."bulb). 52-1; ditto (wet bulb), 49 3; force of " xviiid, 1 ; direction, AV.N.AV. ; extent of cloud, 7; weather, fine and clear.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
BIRTH. ROBERTS.- On the 15th instant, at Ravenswood, Brisbane, Mrs. D. F. Roberts, of a daughter. MARR1AGE. TURNER- LAURENCE. - On the 14th instant, at St. John's Church, by the Rev. John Mosely, George Turner, youngest son of John Turner, Esq., of Melbourne, to Matilda Eliza, eldest &nbsp; daughter of James Lister Laurence, of Sydney.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
WANTED Hi» use of a LAROE ROOM for a private Dancing Class, for one night in the week. Address, «tuting Locality, Rent, A.c., to A.N., oflico of this paper. 481a O AV O N SALE ut the VICTORIA SALE ROOMS ¡ 100 bags Primo MAIZE 100 bags BRAN 15 tons ADELAIDE FLOUR 100 bags POTATOES (primo samplo). 3701 R. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. NO W ON SALE - 30,000 SUPERIOR HOBART TOWN PALINGS 27,000 HARDWOOD SHINGLES. R. HUTCHINS, 4301 Victoria Sulo RooniB, Queen-street. Ai~.fi CEDAR and AMERICAN PINE U'LAJ DOORS, assorted sizes, VOR SALE, at reduced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Queen street._ 3127 1 Pinfï "PAIRS CEDAR and AMERI luUU CAN PINE SASHES FOR SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Qucen-strect. _3128 Of» TONS English mid Scotch GALVA ¿i\J NIXED IRON, 0, 7, 8, and 0 feet lengths, now ON SALE, in largo or smull quantities. It. HUTCHINS, Queen-street. 2670 A f\ BALES PRIME OATEN HAY, now ¿jh\J on sale. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms, Qucen-strcot._4100 IA TONS BRAN FOR SALE. - R. 1\J HUTCHINS, Queen-street. 4...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING. [ur ELECTRIC Ti:w.oinrii.] ARRIVALS. May IS.-Hunter, steamer, from the Clyde River; Glpsey, sehooucv, from Twofold Buy ; "Willing Lass, schooner, fro.n ClrcuUr Head ; Scverige, barque, from Manilla ; Elccti-a, barque, and Gratia, bug, from Adelaide ; Olly of Ho- bart, steamer, fro.n Otago ; AA'alerLilly, barque, from Mauritius. May 19.-Urara, steamer, from Grafton. DKFAllTl'HES. Muy l8.-Melanie, schooner, for Port Doni- son ; Hellen, for the South S-'als!.iuds; Ettrick, for Newcastle ; Alexandra, s.s., for Melbourne ; Boomerang, s.?., for Rockhampton ; Yana Yarra, steamer, for Brisbane.
PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. BUSINESS FOR THIS DAY. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. BUSINLSS lOR THIS DAY LI G1SL clIVE ASSEMBLY OOirnNMfNT nlSIMfeS-NOTICE OF JIOIIOV Mi l'uiso to move-That this Houso resolvo itself into a toim nttce of Iho whole lo toiiBider tho piopnely ol nilro lucinj, a Bill to amend und consolidate tho Laws for the Relief ol Insolvent Dcblois aoviir-MENT nrsiNrs?-oitm-ns or TOF DAY Militai} Contubuíion Bill-second reading Government Savings Bunks Bill-second reading Cud Sei vico Act ol 1803 Intension Bill second rea ling OrM-IUL llefSISrS3->0TIOFS OP MOTION Mr SAN DEM v* to move-Ihat tho petition of eel tam I essccs of Ci on n Lan Is in tho distncls of leichhardt and Mitchell, presented on tho 10th instant be printed Mr Mici o/ir to move-Tor a select com nutt c on Mi Jordan B I clui n AL Dru. to more-I or tho appointment of a select coinmitteo upon Rivers mid Huibors Mr RoiJFltT Giuim to moro-1 or corres ponilcncc respect mc, Dr Hobbs purehaso of lund ntni Pedics I i"ht Di Cn in INCH to move for lcavo to bung ui a bil...
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
, PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TntrnsDiY, ILw 19 THE SPEAKER took Iho chair at twenty minutes past three. ELECTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS. The SPEAKER appointed the first meeting of the Elections and Qualifications Conmiittco to be held In No. 1 Committee Boom at noon or at the riding of the House. Mr. PUGH was sworn in as a member of tho abovo committee. PETITION. Mr. SANDEMAN presented a petition from certain Ies3ee3 of Crown lands in Iho Leichhardt and Mitchell districts, praying for a remodelling of the Pastoral Leases Act of 1862, with a view to obviate certain grievances men- tioned in the petition. Petition received. PAPERS. Tho MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS placed upon tho table a return, asked for by the member for Port Curtis, of tho lund taken up under the Cotton Regulations. The return was ordered to be printed. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table minutes of the proceedings of the Executive Connell in connection with the grant of land to the Brisbane Gas Company....
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
. t ' ' *" ' ' Anction Sale«._ - ' '? v THIS DAY. " . NOLAN'S YARD, SOUTH BRISBANE. 25 HEAD BROKEN AND UNBROKEN HORSES. EOBERT CRAAVFORD baa been instructed to sell by auction, on FRIDAY, May 20, at 11 o'clock, 25 Head Horses, Broken and Unbroken. No Reserve. 4713 : THIS DAY. ' DISTRAINT FOR RENT. AVILKIE y. DRAPER. TO BE SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, on FRIDAY, Moy 20, at 10 o'clock, on the promises, at Hill End, near South Brisbane, at the residence of the abovennmed defendant, A number of Horses, Pig«, Furniture, ice, .unless the distraint bo previously satisfied. 4777 G-. E. O'BRIEN. ABSTRACT OF SALES, BY AUCTION, to be held by MARTIN &, DICKSON, at the City Auction Mart, during the current week, commencing oach duv ut 11 a.m. ; SATURDAY Flour Maize Bran Potatoes Household Furniture 1 Sundries. Ac, &c, io. 4011 TO-MORROAA7". . ' - 5 CASKS AVHTTING 2CHUENS - ' *' 11 CHEESE VATS 1 STRAINER. MARTIN & DICKSON will sell by auction, at tho City Auction Mart, on SATUR...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
Wíjt (tourier* PUBLISHED DAILY. j J FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1801, &lt; "WILL the Schleswig-Holstein dispute . bring on a general war? That is one question of no trifling interest ; and another, though perhaps not quite so ex- citing, is this-What is the .Schleswig Holstein question all about ? It must be . confessed that if it had not boen for certain laboured expositions in the British Parlia- ment and Press, before the arrival of the last English mail, wo might have felt not only much iliiTicully in hazarding nn answer on cither of these points, I uf a . very strong desire to avoid them. So much, however, has been said ' on , the - subject that our general readers' may hope to arrive at something like a clear idea of the case. First, theo, as to the merits of the dis- pute. * Perhapslbe Earl of MALMESBURY, who had not long since held the ofiice of Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, may be supposed to have known something of the subject, and to have given credit to the British...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS. SYDNEY. May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
TELEGRAPHIC N ti Wo. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. His Excellency the Governor returned yes- terday from his visit to the Western Districts. A verdict of not guilty has been rjluvned against Haswell. He has bean remanded on other char jos. An immen-o rush has taken place to the Pic- ton Diggings from Dunedin. A dispute has been raised between the Minis- ters and Returning Officers, as to the amount of pensions due to the latter under the Superan- nuation Act. The flour market is quiet, and prices are un- altered. Is the Legislative Assembly, last night, His government resolutions on the subject of in- creased representation were carried, after a lengthy and animated debate. It seems that, notwithstanding all their fair promises, the Ministry are going very little, if at all, beyond the abortive bill which was twice before the House last session, and which proposed four new members for Northern constituencies. It is true that Mr. Herbert, in his opening speech, made a...
SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
SHIPPING. DEPARTURES. MA? 19.-Vixen, schooner, 120 tons, Coptain Lucev, for the Richmond River, in ballast. May 19.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Cap -taln Audley Cooto, for Sydney. Passengers-_ Mrs. Cobham and 2 children, Miss Robertson, Mr..AV. D. Box, and about 9 in the steerage. May 19.-Alma, three-masted schooner, l63 tons, " Captain Henderson, for Newcastle, in ballast. Passengers-Mrs. Butcher and child. EXPORTS. Telegraph, for Sydney : 9 bales wool, Brown Ice ¡ 40 bales wool, AAr. Gray and Co.'; 12 bales wool, Cribb and Foote ; 21 bales, 1 pocket wool, 39 hides, Hassell and Ogg ; 2 cases, J. Pettigrew ; 1 bog potatoes, G. Cameron j 3 bags bags, 27 cases fruit, R. Bulcock ; 13 casks fruit, Rogers ; 1 case Lowry ; 1 pared, Mandel ; 1 parcel, Grimes and .'Petty; 40 bales wool, AVlenholt, AValker, and Co. ; 15 bales wool,' 14 casks tallow, 12 hides, 2 bundles bananas, Bright Brothers; 10 hides, Foote; 1 hogshead earthenware, T. II. Jones and Co. ; 1 trunk, Manning ; 1 ca»e plants...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 May 1864
STEAM TO CLEVELAND. mHE DIAMOND will bo despatched js^: J. from Bars "Wharf, on SATUR 5¡Ax(To-Morrow), at half-past 8, returning next day at Banio time. Cargo received by Messrs. Geo. RafFand Co. Fares : Saloon, 7s. Gd. ; Fore Cabin, 5s. BRIGHT, BROMEES, & CO., 4717_Agents. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tho YARRA YARRA, 4-S hours after arrival. TO ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, WEDNESDAY, May 25, at 10 p.m. No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH The IPSWICH, This Day, FRIDAY, Mav 20, at 8 a.m. The* BRISBANE, SATURDAY, May 21, at S a.m. HENRY P'REILLY, Agent. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduction in tho Freight of WOOL per A.S.N. Co.'s Steamers. ífiík TTIROM and after tho 1st JUNE J|Í¡£jj nctf, the FREIGHT for WOOL from tho Northern Ports to Sydnoy will be as under : From Brisbano and Ipswich lo Sydney, at 12s. per bale. From Wide Bay, Gladhtonc.aud Rockhampton to Sydney, 15s. per bale. From Pioneer and...
TOOWOOMBA. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. May 18, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 May 1864
TOOWOOMBA. FROM Oütt OWN" COnitEäPONDEN'T. May l8,18G1. As I informed you in my last communication tho members of tho Toowoomba Cricket Club, of which Air. R. n. D. AVhito xvns a very promi- nent mombor, entertained him at a dinner at Mrs. Littleton's Hotel, on Friday ovcuing. Tho dinner was on the whole a very good ono. Tho chair was occupied by Air. Langley, of the Telegraph Otllco, und tho various toasts were proposed and responded to in tho usual manner. Fortunately nothing occurred to mar the har- mony of tho proceedings. The opening services, in connection with the now Congregational Church, recently erected in Margaret-street, took placo on Sunday last, on xvliich occasion tho Roy. J. C. Dranc, of Ipswich, preached in the morning and evening, when collections wero made in aid of tho building fund. A tea meeting was held in tho Church on Tuesday evening, which was very well at- tended. After tho lea thoso present resolved themselves into a public meeting, when the chair xvos t...
JOURNALISM IN IPSWICH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 May 1864
JOURNALISM IN IPSWICH. TO TOE riJITOR OF TOE BRTSBUiE C1URIFR SIR -11 ead with somo (logreo of interest a par i0raph m a late numbei of the Courier tin nouiit mg the intent ion of two gentlemen to start a paper m Ipswich Ixotlung could bo moio apiojas thin lins ns it would bo supplying a w mt the people of tho town liuvo long felt 1 here is no doul t is to the success that would at teni an independent paper in Ipswich par tteulnrh if it steeled dear of little petty clique influences and insten I of eternally vvoikm, on the mean mciccnaiy pnnciple of pleastnt thoso who pay be t the moro firm an I tit hlnblo course was ndopted of lelying upon the mci its of the pipei it«tlf the lcsttlt would bo suth us lo giattfv the most sanguine At picsent wo aie suppôt ling a paper wc have no conlldonco m at tho samo time it is well known tho pro pnetoisarevcrv quietly mnkmgullin l«omo tiling of it while we mo compelled lo pit up with whntevei they mny Hunk piopcr to give us It is time this should ...
VESSELS IN HARBOR.-MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 May 1864
VESSELS IN HARBOR.-MAY 20. Ship Flying Cloud, 1139'tons, Captain n. C. Keen, loading for London. J. and G. Harris, .gents. Ship Princo Consort, 1231 tons, Captain Aitchaison, from Hcrvcy's Bay, discharging cargo. C. Newton Brother and Co., ngents. Ship Excelsior, 698 tons, Captain Barton, from London, discharging cargo. "Wienholt, Walker, and Co., agents. Ship Vernon, S91 tons, Captain Aldridge, from London via Southampton. J. and G. Harris, agents. Barque Lady Lyltellon, 175 tons, Captain Howard, from Newcastle, discharging cargo at Grenfell's wharf, n. S. Grenfell, agent. Brig Miss Kilmansegg, 229 tons, Captain T. C. Flemming, from the Clyde, discharging cargo at Harris' Wharf. Orr mid Honey-man, agents. Brig Gil Blas, 172 tons, Captain Flemming, from Sydney, discharging cargo at Ralfs AA'luirf. G. Raft' and Co., agents. Brigantine William, 1SS tons, Captain Peter Dickson, from Adelaide, discharging cargo at Raff's Wharf. G. Raff and Co., agents. Schooner Prince Patrick, 12S tons,...
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 May 1864
A'ESSELS TO ARRIVE. Salvia, Rees, from London ¡ sailed January 2S. 11(> days out. Corinne, Ochiltree, from London : sailed from the Bowna Febiuary 17. 93 days out. Warren Hastings, Hedley, from London ; sailed from Southampton February 27. 83 days out. Legion of Honor, Grimmer, from London ; sailed from Gravesend March 12. 09 days out. Fusilcer, Carvossa, from London ; loading. Queen of tho Colonies, Cairncross, from Lon- don ; loading. Earl Russell, Morley, from London ; loading. Young Australia, Grey, from Loudou ; load- ing. General Caulfield, Richards, from London ; loading. Bayswater, Morris, from Liverpool, via the Clyde ; sailed from Greenock February 5. 103 days out. Sultana, AVillinms, from Liverpool, via the Clyde and Hcrvoy'sBay ; loading. Lady Bowen (s.), Barnett, from the Clyde, vio the Capo of Good Hope ; sniled from AArutor ford March 5. 7G days out. Lady Young (s.), from the Clydo. Teronia, from Adelaide. Southern Cross, from Adelaide. Uncle Tom, from Sydney. Abbe...
SYDNEY SHIPPING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 21 May 1864
SYDNEY SHIPPING [BY JitEOIItlO TBtBOBAMI.J AltlUVALS. May 19.-Welcome, brig, from Launceston ; Mary Ann, schooner, from Circular Heud ; Highlander, brig, from Hobart Town. OTi'AiiTimEa. May 19.-Bonnie Doon, barcme, for the South Sens ; Uruguay, barque, for San Francisco j Day- spring, for tho South Sea Islands ; City of Hobart, s s., nnd Souohays, s.S., for Melbourno ; Jurema, for Freemantle, AV.A. May 20.-Sussanah Booth, schooner, for Otago ; E. T. Juliel, French barque, for port unknown.