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ADELAIDE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

ADELAIDE IMARKF/rS.' ; Flour and .wheat still'suffering- n reduction' iii price. Tho former continues unsaleable nf '£U-.los; ;, .; '.,,. *.-¦ ... ¦': - .'¦' '¦' ¦ '¦¦"*¦¦ Tho advices, from Victoria to tho 20th hud Tnsuiftnia to. tho; 17tIr.Juno, report quiet markets and unaltered quotations in bread stuffs and groceries; -, ,i ¦¦;.; < ;;;¦ /.;,;;

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Letter to the Editor. THE REPORTERS' GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

EidUei' io the,BS«S8ilOI^ THE REPORTERS' GALLERY. Sir,?T perceive that a few evenings ago thc Colonial Secretary stated in tho house that the press, on Ibo occasion of the debate ?tpon Mr. "\Vft'sns refusal to attend before a select committee, had put words into his mouth which ho had never rilado use of. [ conclude that the hon. gentleman referred to the report of tho debate which appeared in thc Brisbane journals. Ile did not state tho partioulnr words which thc reporters re- presented him as having uttered, and the utterance of which he now denies. I pre- sume, however, that ho refers to the words which have apparently aroused tho ire of Mr. Walsh to such an extont as tho letter of that gentleman to tho Colouial Secretary' recently published, indicates. As I reported, the Colonial Secretary's speooh on-thc oe casion of thc Walsh debate, and as I am not prepared to admit tho inaccuracy *>f that report, I think it but right that tho statement of the Colonial Secretary, willi ref...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

/QUEENSLAND. MAILS. AnnivAL and "Dkwrtdui: of AUti.s at tho ..General -'¦¦-'¦ .'PostOffice, Brisbane. ; '. ?"post iroivjrs. Auburn... ? .?."..-"¦ ?' Callandoon fGundawinda) , . Casino and Grafton .... Cleveland -"' ... - Condamine : ... ... "_ . Dalby ',... .' -.' "¦ ... ' . Drayton... - ? ' -._''. Gayndah - ? : ¦-. _. Gladstone ; '-. ipswich... - - '? - ._ ... ' Leyburn. -. " ... Moggill ... V ... -- Nanango *? ... - , ...;-. Marlborough ... : ._ Maryborough-. .V. ... ...:"' Maryborough- ... ... - RockhaniDtnn and Port Denison Surat and Yarrowa . ~ Taroom... ». ~ '... Toowoomba ... ¦/¦ ... : Warwick ... ^ ? Westwood and Nulalbin ?. MATXS CLOSE AT.T3KISBANE. Monday nfc-1 p-m- -j '1" ~ ' - ~ -? - Monday atl p:w^ :" ~ '--' ;C. ".' ; -' .: ' Monday at-8 pm- > ; ¦-;' -f;^ .' _ J .: Monda/ at l.SO p.p..'_';: .-' ._ 'J...;? .. -: Monday atl p.m. .-" -- ^- " '--- _ " ~ ¦' Monday at'l p-'ra--';'-'- : - ;; .£ _ ':. .. Monday ntl p.m., ard Friday atrT.15p.ra. ~ ¦'¦ ' Tuesday at. 1 p,m5 , "...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

IMPORTS. Volunteer: 4-packages furniture, G Lukin; .150 hags flour, 37 chests 45 half-chests tea, G Raff and Co. ;'4'bales paper, 'f. B. Stephens';300 bags flour,' 40 boxes cartridges, J. and G. Harris j .1 case, Mrs:" Roberts; 5 quarter-casks vinegar,1 3 barrels oat- meal, 25 barrels apples, 25J barrels do., 50 cases geneva, 100 bags flour, 5 casks soda; lease raisins, 1 case biscuits, ,3 bales paper, 10 oases nie, C.< Wilms; 12 rolls China matting, Cribb-and'Foote'; 254 bags maize, lt. S. Warry; 2 cases yestas, G crates earthenware, 2 cases merchandise, Order; 4 cases sulphuric ncid, Bartlett. -. Yarra Yarra: 2. cases, W.' R. Robinson ; 2 iron boilers, 4 cases, 2 casks, 2 bundles sieves, G cases oWiiL pump, 1 iron furnace, 22 furnace bars, 1 cask' tar, 2 cases, 1 copper boiler, 4 kees nails, 2 fdi-ce backs, 1 cask locks, 1 cramp,-3 casks, Perry Brothers;, 1 oaso stove, I tierce china, 1 box-glass, 1 cask glass, 1 bundle zinc, John Mnrkwell; 4 hales, 1 canvas package, 1 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DALBY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DALBY, JUNE 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

DALBY. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ..."' "¦'-'¦'.' . ¦.,' Dalby, June ,2oTn;.-..< t have just boen informed :,that a bullock- ? driver has beoa seriously;hurt by:his leg getting entangled in ono of the chains, nnd tho bullocks starting off, and dragging him a considerable distance while ho was in that ' position. It is raining now, and it. threatens most ominously for more, although we have had quito enough of it.. Tho' roads are, almoBfc, .-. impassable, as you may gather when I tell " " you that three drays wero fully three weoks in coming GO miles., I am sorry 'to-day,', is" not finer, for there is quite a grand- ball to como off to.night, given by Mr. Robert Ross and Mr. Thomas Burke, respected citizens, , of this .place, by way of celebrating .their '? respectivo nuptials. We have hoard something of tho estab- lishment of a bi-weekly mail between this and tho metropolis. All I can suy is, Hbat;", tho sooner this is brought about tho better. ;' A heavy thunderstorm ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WARWICK, JUNE 22, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

WARWICK. (FnoH OUn OWN COBKESPONDENT.) Wahwick, June 22,18G1. An accident of an extraordinary nature oc- curred hero a few days hack. Ayoung 'child about eighteen months old crawled out, of the door of its mother's house and managed to. '. get beneath thc end of a long log or trunk of a tree which was lying on the ground closo to thc house. A fire had boen lit about'tho middle of thc log, anil while tho . child.was.: underneath the cud it parted.,in tho; middle, and ono hrilf foll on tho child, crushing-one of its legs iii a fearful manner, Assistance:soon--' came, but it required-sevoral mon. to .reniovo -.'.: tho log and free tho child. : It'was feared for-,, some days, from tho. dreadful bruisos,;,-that- -,, mortification would onsuo, hut I hear that tho*-.- -, little sufferer is progressing favorably.: .;':. . ... There is great talk and much, discontent, expressed about thc conduct of tho goy.er.n. -,-..¦ mont with respect to tho site of tho Wanyiek Court-lionso and lock-up. So...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

LATEST NEWS. By the arrival of the Yarra Yarra yesterday we have intelligence from Sydney to the 27th June. As wo have not space in this issue for the insertion of our correspondent's usual budget, we summarize the following   from the papers, &c.     Sir John Young left Sjdney for New- castle on Tuesday morning, en route for Maitland, wliero his Excellency was to take a' principal part in opening \he Exhibition at the School of Arts in that place. The progress of Sir John from Newcastle to Maitland, and his roccption it the latter place, wero characterised by ranch euthu siasm. Tho names of twenty-three members of the Legislative Council of New South Wales have been gazetted. They are as follow:-- Mr. G. Allen, Mr. W. Byrnes, Mr. J. Camp- bell, Mr. J. B. Darvall, Mr. R. Fitzgerald, Mr. J. F. Hargrave, Mr. G. K. Holden, Mr. C. Kemp, Mr. J. Macfarlane!, Mr. A. Macar- thur, Sir W. M. Manning, Mr. F. L. S. Merewether, Mr. J. Mitchell, Mr. ...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Friday.?Before the Police Magistrate. Griffiths v. Collins.?This was a summons, ¦ .case for wages. Information dismissed, not upon its merits but for informality.. Jere? miah.Hammant v. Fredk. Redman. This was an assault caso, in' which¦ the'.informa-.; tion was dismissed. King v. Chapman j Maner v. S. Chapman ; and :Costello.-y^ Chapman. These were wages cases in whick the plaintiffs sued for arrears'bf wages'''for' sums varying from £3 to £±11s. "Defendant., made no appearance, and verdicts .,vere",re- corded against him for lhe;yarious amounts, together with 8s. Gd. costs, in eaoh.case..,,.. Saturday.?There was no business before;, the court this day. ¦¦

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

WeeMy CaSentlnr. Hiaa Wathi at Bkisbakb. Days. Monday ... Tuesday .... Wednesday, Thursday... (friday...... 8n_turday,... "Sunday .... Date. Jitly. 1 3 4 15 . .6 7 Morn. After. -5 2G 6 14 6 50 7 38 8 20 .9.10 10 4" 5 50 G 36 7 16 8 O'! 8 44 9.38_ IO 3G Rises. Sets.' 6 54 6 54 6 54 6 53 G 53 G.53. G 53

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

TO ADj/BimSERS, - !,--,-:¦ W-0 must again cull attention tb tile rule bf our Ollioo, yi>,., to, Insert NO ADVEltTISE-r .MBNTSfroni non-sub'sorlbers itiiless accompanied by the CASH. . ¦.'-..- ' V.'?-:?-.<?" ;,; TO SJJBSCRIBEHS..; , ¦¦ :< SUBSCIUBERS are reminded thnjfc .'the price of J tho .GotiRtER ncr quarter is now FIFTHBN: J SIIirvUNGS, to he paid Iniuiyanc'e.., t,. ' (AGSN'ff?will please{9polite'abbye.) " ?

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COTTON CULTIVATION. COPY OF A LETTER FROM DR. WIGHT TO WILLIAM FANE DE SALIS, ESQ., ON THE SUBJECT OF THE CULTIVATION OF THE COTTON PLANT. Grazeley Lodge, 18th April, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

? COTTON ¦ CULTIVATION.; Coftr.oF a-Letteb? pri'OM' Dn.'.AVioiiT T0|Wii* ;mam Fane De Sams,'Esq., on the-Subject; op the cultivation op the cotton plrant. Grnzeloy Lodge, 18th April, 1801. ., jDiun Sin,?I -received your lotter, 6f..tho-, "'J l(jtli?asking'iinforriVa^ipil on ,tii,b';subjoct,'b'fi ,£Hi cotton oultivation;'in duo eohrscV anil but' for '*,n so'voro indisposition would b-aro bqoiwi' rc- -X0 pUoJi (M j Thbonly book I know giving a, succinct] and generally eorrpct'accbunt of; cotton culti-* vation is an article on the subject in Potter's Tropical Agriculturist;" There may bo others andliotter treatises, but lam not acquainted with them.. 'While superintendent,of the experimental cotton farms at Coimbatore, I was directed by government tb. prepare a report on the subject, extracts from which were ordered by. the court of: directors to bp lithographed for dis- tribution, among'thoso desirous of engaging in the:cultivation.,!* A, single- copy: of that paper. I still, possess,...

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WHO IS THE MANAGER? [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

WHO IS THE MANAGER? Sin,?Can you inform, mo, and many othors who' would like to'know, as to "who is thc Manager pf,tho Corporation works? or is thero really liny such 'being' in' existence ? I lia'vo always' boori7 labouring under 'tlic im- pression that Mr, .pprtpr .was tl|o rnaqagor, hut-it would appear not; "if. ono may judge from tho way in which some bf tho members (or rather ono of thom, vlsi;,[My. Mayne) in- terferes ' with :tho "'men 'employed hy the Corporations----Wl»at"liis"objcct"niay bo for interfering whore I should say ho really has no .right .to .dp, I- ,cannot(makc ont.', If he .thinks it- makes hiiri.ldbk.big iii tiio'oycs of tho mon whom ho wishes to master,-it over, ho is"' very 'much' 'mistaken,: for ^ljoy.gilly, look upon Jhis conduct with contempt, as: hoing tho"only way in which they could treat such officious eoH((uc|i, _ Wljg eyer..hoard of a member of any'- corporation going; tq '.tho, difforoiit works which they limy havo iii haiid, aiuV'bi'dci'itig tho ....

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Letters to the Editor. A PLEA FOR COOLIE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

Jhetteva to tHc Kditoiv A-PLEA-EOll COOLIE IMMIGRATION. Sib,?As^a' diligent scruUniser' into the great,,natural resources of Queensland,, and, an-attentivefobserver'of'it's very progressive career, 1 haye noticed with regret thc tone of public, feeling which prevails nd verso. to tho introduction of coolie labour foi' tho purpo'sos of titi econbrriic culture of cotton and other tropical,productions, for which?in' respect to^ climate! and soil?sq large a portion of that vast territory is admittedly proved to bo so prerominently . well adapted. But while I admit that sociably there exist somo reasons to. desire the exclusion of large num bersof an iuferior race from a colony whoso present European population is so numeri- cally small,'compared with tho territory over which His distributed, 1 deem that a due consideration for tho enormous material ad- vantages -toibe- derived from tho ernpluy ment of that class of labour to tho creation of a large export of cotton should remove the opp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

B ?Suburban Allotments. ''"¦ ¦;}'¦"'¦ :: UlbDERS., of; inexpensive hptiRCs can le' "wiled" with their IRONMONGERY, hy ¦WILLlAJlaiid BENJAMIN BROOKES,¦; '".' .*'.' .'.. ¦ ? Brisbane, -* ,.' i .'...; -: -.-,' Moreton Bay Benefit, Investment, and v Building: Society, No. 4. 'SEVENTH''MONTHLY' MEETING, y riIHE Trustees and Directors, of .'the above So JL 'loiotv,' will lie'in attendMiiro'nt the Pulico pince, North'Brisbane, THIS EVENING- (Mon- day), the 1st, of July, at half past seven o'ch/ok, fdr tbo purposo of receiving tho monthly instal- ments, for the salo of shares, arid entering new members. .:,;,'.'',;'," By order" of the Direotors. ' v .... . .... J. INNES,;, :. ., :.. " ^ ,',' '',' ¦';,,: .. ' . Seoretary. Australasian Freemasons' Hotel, Yohk-STnKf.T, Sydney. .;,? ALFRED - BRADFORD BEGS to inform tho numerous patrons of the nbovo' Hotel that ho has succeeded Mr. Abraham Cohen, ns Lessee, nnd has concluded arrangement* which will enable,him to secure every comfort to his frien...

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A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER; Adam Wiston, though oven now unkribwri, to fame, was ono of tho boldest nrid'braypst of tho hardy'baud pf daring spiri|s \vhb,jed tho band of oivilizatibn'iutq, tho, great..wil- derness oftho Wost. "Born'iii thc soil, of Pennsylvania, nurtured among her wild and romantic hills, lie early' imbibed' ni love for bold'tvud 'daring' exploits, and.cveij as a .boy became, tho' hoi'o' of sumo' .remarkable adventure's! '.'¦'.,'.'?"'..', r '.'¦ V.','. He wns no soh'olnr; but no man of his, day had a moro! .practical, ond, thorough knowledge of tho forest', in which ho wished to livo and hoped to clio; than ho'lind at; tho time he bade his friends adieu, shouldered J his 'rifle, arid, 'afoot and alouo,,'ag, off Oft n bold exploration towards the wilds of Ken- tucky. Thc adventures and exploits of this hero of the wilderness arc of a very exciting character.' ' ¦¦"¦'" -- ;"-?;:'-..'-.-""?-"; ?""' "?¦¦¦.'"?'¦.. ? Adam was a largo; -powerfully--built man; sjx feet in height...

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A BILL TO CONFER CERTAIN POWERS AND PRIVILEGES ON THE HOUSES OF THE PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

A BILL TO CONFER. CERTAIN POWERS AND PRIVILEGES ON THE HOUSES OE THE PARLIAMENT OF.QUEENSL AND. Bk it enacted by tho Qnccn's Most bxcellont Maiesty by and with tho advice and consent of tho Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of tho colony of Queensland in Parliament asscmblod 'arid;by tho 'authority of tho samo as follows:? . Power to order thc attendance of persons., 1. Each IIouso of tho Parliament.of- thc said' colony and, any committee of cither House duly authorised by tho. House to send for'persons arid papers limy order any person to attend before thc IIouso or before such committee as tho case may bo and also to produce to such', IIouso. or collinyttcc any paper hook record or other document in tho possession or power of such person. Order to attend to bc notified by summons. . 2. Any such order to attend or to produce documents bolero either Houso shall bo noti- fied to tho person required to-attend'or tb produce documents by a summons under thc hand of thc Presid...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

June 29.—Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain O'Reilly, for Sydney. Passengers—Mrs. and Rev. P. T. Rawsome, Mrs. J. Jones, Mrs. R. J. Smith, Miss Mackenzie, Messrs. Shaw, Bland, Hickey, Mangley, E. W. Veney, T. H. Atkinson, Shar- wood, Massie, Parbury, and 7 in the steerage.   June 29.—Eagle, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Paddle, for Port Denison, via Rockhampton, Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Codner, Captain Towns, Lieutenant Heath, Messrs. D. Bennett, E. S. Antill, J. Humphreys, T. H. Hood, A. C. Gregory, W. Brooks, T. Martin, H. Robinson; W. Kearney, Dr. Dempter, and 20 in the steerage.    

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

JLoeai 5aitcSl§scu»ce. PtjnLic Meeting. ? It appears that another of those "riotous assemblages " which the Colonial Secretary., is so...fond:.of sneering at in the House, is to, bo held, this evening at tho School of Arts; the purpose of the meeting being to'prbtest against the adoption hythe Legislature of certain por- tions of the "Parliamentary Privileges bill." Although, the notice .given of the meeting lins been" but short, we db riot doubt but that there, will,be a large .attendance,, tho subject beings ono that -.has aroused general attention, and the people not being disposed to stand ..quietly by ns silent wit- nesses of the abrogation of their rights and privileges.'. At tho same '¦ time, we db - not apprehend-;anything but a.calm expression' of opinion on the matter-under discussion, nnd that the .audience will- rio more deserve the epithet of " riotous " than they did on tho occasion to- which Mr. Herbert, referred when he made"uso of the term. ¦ New Hoad.?A- notificati...

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IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SATURDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN COIUUSroNDENT.) Saturday, June 29. I notice, in your report of the debate upon Mr. O'Sullivan's resolution respecting the additional sum required tj complete tho repairs of Brisbane-street, Mr. Macalister states that he has been informed by the Mayor of Ipswich that, since the first sum was granted, no less than £7000 had been received by the government for municipal and suburban allotments. But thc fact is that, from this source, more than £8000 has been received, proceeds of tiree land sales, on tho 3rd December, 21st,January, and 15th, April, besides any monbys that may have been received for laud! left open to selection. Some little time ago, there'appeared, in an Ipswich paper, a statement of certain clothing distributed to the blacks, and, amongst other items, a num)er?I think 120?pairs of trousers were mentioned. This was not correct; no trousers hive been dis- tributed to tho blacks here as yei; but, if they were not, thoy ought to have )eeu. There aro...

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The Courier. MONDAY, JULY 1, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861

MOXOAr. JULI' 3, 1HU1 ¦Tiiere is a story current about a young Scoteli theologian,: iu. traiuiug for, the .ministry,' who .remarked in a company of fellow-studonts, that although' he would .not undertake to preach; a sermon" from' any text that'might be hauded'to bini, he believed ho could' draw an inference from it'.-;.1-' "What inference then/" said one of the porty, "would you draw from this text?-'.The. \v.ild asses snuffed:!.up thc east wind' V " They'd'na got fat, upon ii,", was tho .oa'utiou3 and 'discreet -reply. . , ;...-: "?.,""'", '¦'..'.'fy.''. ! We findoursolves, as journalists, much in tho same situation as the Scotch student of theology. We shave; not the faculty of dashing off a:leading article .on any pro- posed subject at a'moment's, notice, btit we natter ourselves thai'we'are capable of; drawing 'ail -'inference fromundisputed premires. Till lately .we never "much valued ourselves on having reached this staudard of intellectual growth, wbibh had always appeared t...

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