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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861
./,; ' (. notice. ... sAj LL CLAIMS 'ageist tlib lute Mr. W. H. XX. HUKT;'-''of Warroo, M'In ty re's Brook, niust he 'rendered'."to" the undersigned j nnd par tics indebtedf will plcus'o aottlo- before tho 10th JlllV. -:; : i /, , G. M'ADAM, .: ' ' : ' J , ¦ Sovereign Hotel. j THE WARWICK RESERVE. )"'A GRICULTDRISTS going on tho Warwick Xl.-'or any othor Agricultural Reserve beforo doing 'so Bhbiild select their IMPLEMENTS, &6,, from the Stores of j WILLIAM and BENJAMIN BROOKES, ;' i ';¦ ¦ 'Ironmongers, Brisbane. Union Bank of Australia. , rpHIS BAKIC will b7oio"&lt;cd on MONDAY, tho J. 1st July, for tho half-yearly Balance of Accounts. JOHN BURROW TURNER, ,/"'. Manager, - Sydney Agency . ARTHUR' CUHITT, Nows Agont _Bridge-street, Sydnoy, has been appointed Agent for this paper, und is authorised to receive advertisements, subscriptions, nnd payments for advertising accounts, m ON SALE,'at the Stores of the Undersigned, ' nnd to arrive ex Mangerton :?¦ ,-.'¦ Bani, We...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] MELBOURNE. Monday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Telegram.] :-M.J3LIJ0Ult'NB.'..-;'-.y .&lt;-.'; " ' ""'* Munday,"Jtin'o 24. ? Thc banks have raised thc exchauge one half per cent. .;:.;::&lt;v: C" ----- ¦:'?¦'-¦¦'"' '' j Great preparations are being made for the coming elections., - '.?- ¦"' '?' i Vessels report tremendous weather in the Straits.! Higher-tides iii Hqbsun's Bay;thau have boon known for many years past. :|, -,-.'.--; :'¦; TuesdayrJune 25. ; ; Tn tho Assembly, the motton, of ,,Mr. Lalor, in'-favour ;6f ^protective duties,'' was carried by 24 to 22. . , ... . . .... .,.,.-; ; The motion is sb worded, that it does riot carry the opinion of the house on free'trade and protection. '?¦?¦ ?- '¦"¦ '>"¦"'?'¦'¦ :¦ The Jeddo sails tomorrow,; at'twelve, for Gulle I Nothing doing.. .-I') '.:>' :/.? .P.o.:. liWednbsday.JuheI 2'6;-'-^' The Appropriation xsfill passed tho secoud rending in'the Assembly, and is.now in committee!, with'rntich' nngry. discussion; »'--'?? ' The Upper ^Hou...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. June 30.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 560tons, Captain Bell, from Sydney. Passengers- Rev. D. M. and Mrs. Sinclair, .Mr. and .Mrs. Clark and 2 servants, Drs, Morris and Bruman, Capt. Courtney, Masters Darvall and W. J. C. Joyner, Messrs. Smith, G. Unmack, Mr. M'Dougall, R. Harrison, S. Cohen, &nbsp; and 27 in the steerage. June 30.- Volunteer, schooner, 70 tons, Captain Howe, from Sydney. No passengers. G. Ralf and Co., agents.
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FRIDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861
IPSWICH. i^Ochosi- ona 6wn; -'cobbespokdbn't.) " -., . .,, Fbiday, Juke 2S. In- co'n^e"q(ience^ifJjthe--Prudigious,eiIlux of otu aristocratic .residents, who don't all em- bark for the Governor's ball, I am compelled to withhold some pfflice cases, which,, had the"'prbsecuto'rs and defendants not been in- vited, would have.made a paragraph. I have been twitted with forgetfulness in neglecting to. mention in my report of the municipal,.meeting, that Alderman Clune announced his intention of being a visitor at xjbe Governor's balh I doubt'not ere this ¦o&tt'>nppear in print?hewilMlave ful- filled to the Iettcr.his august promise. Really I don't im'agiho that the Brisbane individuals who, .so . perseveringly, patronise your advertising 'cblum'nsj haye Ibo .least conception gfjthc. ^anxiety- they .might; pos sibly'entail upon .cpuntry) correspondents. ??¦ I imagine it.isjtiqiconscquencooffan .'adver- tisement which appearsuiri: your yesterday's5 issuBfljfQxji,'': ar, ferociou...
THE GALLANT, HERO OF THE SWORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861
THE GALLANT, HERO OF THE SWORD. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir, - As rumour states that Lieutenant Bligh has arrived in Brisbane for the pur- pose of being examined before the Native Police Committee, perhaps, as said com- mittee profess to be "so very anxious; to &nbsp; &nbsp; elicit the whole truth" on the subject of their enquiries, they would put the following question's to the "Hero of the Sword": - Are you aware that an officer of the Native, Police was; while drunk, flogged, and shut up in a wool press by his own troopers ? &nbsp; &nbsp; Do Native Police officers themselves (with &nbsp; their own hands) tie up and flog the black troopers? And has any trooper been tied to a verandah-post, and flogged in the public street of a town? Do the Native Police troopers notch their &nbsp; carbines for each black they shoot? And do some of the lieutenants carry butchers' knives, and notch the handles for each black they s...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 1 July 1861
£100 REWARD. WE the undersigned, hereby offer a Reward of One Hundred Pounds to any person &nbsp; who may give such information as will convict any party or parties of having stolen any horses or cattle belonging to us from either of the under- mentioned runs, or elsewhere. A. WEINHOLT, Maryvale. &nbsp; &nbsp; G. & W. DAVIDSON, Canning Downs. MARSHALL & DEUCHAR, Glengallan. &nbsp; J. W. BOOKLAND, Rosenthal. &nbsp; NOTICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; £10 REWARD. &nbsp; &nbsp; BTOLEti;bv: STRAYED from Mogan, Weir Uiver near Calandoon, Darling Downs Dis- trict,' » Bay HORSE, branded HM near shoulder,, and saddle marked on near side. The above re- Zrd will be paid, if stolen, on conviction, and fl i( atraved.on delivery to Charles Weatherall or Jacob and W. Low, Woltown near Colandoon .? iDDMsed to he', taken towards the Balloon Uiver. :? CHARDS WEATHERALL, ..:,.?? ...:-; iy .Stockman...
DARLING DOWNS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOOWOOMBA, June 29th. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
DARLING, DOWNS. (l'BOM OUR OWNCOEKESrONDKNTA "'"'"" '""' " '"Toowoomba,- June 20th. rouen Office, Toowoomba, 27th Juno. Before tho Mayor and E. M. Geary, Esq., J.P.?Court of. Requests :?Schrimph y. Stein. This was a claim: for wages to thc amount of £H los. Defendant admitted thc amount of £2 os. as , duo, but objected-to:tho full sum claimed, as bc had, by. plaintiff's instruction, paid £1 as subscription to German Church. This item having been acknowledged .by plaintiff, the'bench1 gave a verdict for tho balance with.costs.?Mr.M.Boultonappoarcd to answer au information laid by constablo Maloney, under tho. Towns Tolico Act,- for slaughtering cattle within tho town boundary. Tho bench ordered tho defendant to pay tho costs of the case, and removo his slaughtering yard ono milo from thc town boundary, within two calendar months from dato.?Mr. John Patterson appeared to answer a similar charge to tho above, preferred by constablo Mac- donald. Costs ordered to bc paid, and three month...
Letters to the Editor. THE "YOUNG LAWYER" AND THE LATE MEETING ON BEHALF OF THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
BiCliea's to lite B?clnt«»ta. THE "YOUNG LAWYJ3K" AND THE LATE MEETING- ON BEHALF OE THE JUDGE. Sin,?I shall feel obliged by your inserting in your journal, a fuw remarks upon thc statements made by thc Colonial Secretary, concerning mo in his place in tho house on friday lust. That gentleman, on the motion for tho second reading of tho .Supremo Court Bill, and in referring to tho meeting held in this city for tho purpose of securing to his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche, his present salary and. judicial status, made according to your re- porter, tho following statement;?"Ho (tho Colonial Secretary) found from tho report that ono of tho speakers was a youny lawyer, a recent arrival in tho colony, and not an old resident, as might have, been expdeted under tho peculiar circumstances bf the case, nnd yet that gontlomnh'gavo utterance to expres- sions which were' hot only insulting to thc government, but- really disgraceful'to tho wholo proceedings." ; ':',. AVhat aro tho peculiar circumst...
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF 1862. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION Of '.' l ''¦'18(52."" . : t Sill,?A's tho time is fast approaching when this young but promising colony will, for tho first timo, bo culled upon to tako her place sido by side with, tho othor colonies bf tho British Empire, to demonstrate at tho indus- trial gathering of all nations her productive capabilities;'allowino, us nu old colonist, and ono who, in ri sojourn of nearly twonty yours in Brisbane, has soon, many interesting ohangos, to urgo upon my follow-colonists tho necessity of their taking advantugo of this rare opportunity ol' assisting thc bust interests: of their adopted'country. Many of us havo written rind spoken about our varied and valu- able products, ,but tho time has now arrived when all classes ii rc imperatively called upon to show .proofs of, thom to tho commercial world. A Tow fleeces from ono or two par- ticular and well-known'stations will not bu enough. ;AVo must ;iiavo our Hocks and herds throughout tho length aiid breadth of tho ...
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
QUEENSLAND MAILS. AiwrrM and; Detaktore of Maim at .the General Post Olllee, Brisbane." ''..-, POST TOWSS. Vubarn.v. '." ;... ... -, C,^"'^hdobn^Gundawinda) . . Casino;ina Grafton ¦ ... ?: :, .-. Cleveland-. -' . ?'-.' -'- ? --/ Condainino ; i" -.- ' ? Dalby"... ' .;V : .,:-??? |-,'".;: Drayton... ??: ... " ?»?? '-? ;. : Gayndah -:.... v.... -;?'. - Gladstone! ... r ... ":-:'¦ ipswich? .. ... V? ?-.' ". Leyburn... - ... ? .... = Moggill...". ... ¦:... Jr. J_ ¦ Nanango'- - ;..; -:... " L, Marlborough ...... "... "" ; Mary borough .... ';.;.? ;--; Maryborough'"..,". .... ", Rockhampton and Port'Donison:-:: Surat and If arrowa Ti.. 5, Taroom..; $ 'j,.. '?? Toowoomba ..,- s? ? '. Warwick . Westwood and Nulalbin ? . JTAIDS CLOSE AT BKISBANB. -'Monday at 1-run/?" ¦¦-."- --...' ''' Monday at 1 p.m.. - ^ ;.' ' '- - ?- - ¦ ".';. Monday at S^pm." '.': " ' ,' - " '- -v ^ ' eronda/ nt 1.30 p.m. - ';' ,: ~ J: '. , ^lbnday^at 1 p.m. '.¦ :; -_: ' .2-j r. . ,Monday at .1 pm.." -': ;: J ; " . : 'Jlb...
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
Weekly Ciita'nilfM*. sti Hrau Water at Bri bake. Days., i Tuesday . Wednesday... Thursday. Friday. Saturday . Sunday...s.v.V. Monday ...... Dato.* Worn. After. July. 2 fi 6 14 ,6:56 7 38 8 20 ¦'9 10 10 '4 111 O' G 36 7 16 8 0 8 44 9 38 10"3G ll1 24' SUN. Rises. Sets. 6 54 6 54 6 53 6 63, 6 .13 G 53' 6'52
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
Jj«i?i&I .-, 'j[bb4«BJo«e»«c«. Yamje .of. Land in Qiiren-8tuki-:t.?In our commercial nows, it is announced thal Mr. A. Martin,'the auctioneer, haspurchasod from Mr. Markwell llie allotment of land.on tho corner of Qnoon and Edward streets, for £1000. Some short limo.ago,-.Mr.Mattm nogociated for a ten years' lease of thc allot- ment, but having since reconsidered thc mat- ter resolved oh tho purchase. To tho best of our recollection, no sum, per foot equal to tint in tho present, case, has ever boen ob- tained in Brisbane, being £39 10s. per foot frontage. > None who know ¦ the purchaser will doubt his sagacity ns a shrewd mau of business,; and: this fact in itself speaks , volumes' for ibo it.crunsing valuo ol'property in Qucon-strcot. i ..-, . ? i/ : ¦': ¦¦¦¦?' Vomjntbk'r Fine Company.?The'final ' meeting of this Company was held last night at tho Exchange Booms. The sub-committee reported tho return of tho .subscriptions to tho liberal few who had contributed for tho p...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
TO ADVERTISEKS. VITE must ngnln cnll nttenfion to the rnleof our VV OIUcc, viz., to Insert;NO ADVERTISE- MENTS from non-subscribers unless aecoiuiiaidcd by tho CASH. '¦' "..to 'suuscmiiEKa. .-.,? SUBSCRIBERS are reminded (hat tho prieoof thc ContiRR per 'quarter is now FIFTEEN SllITjIilNfiS, lo be '.paid in advance. (AGENTS will please tb note tue huotc.) .
shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
shipping Imtftigenee. Ste Yarra Yarra Trill feave for Sydney at 2o'clock, *o»W»rrow (Wodrosdny) morning. iSrBunats Wa Irswicn.?Leaving the A.S.N, Co.'s 'Wharf, tlieferisbane, this morniug, nt hair-past 5 ¦o'clock': lhe Ipswich, to-morrow morning, at half jp.ist? Relock. Tine Eagle, steamer, was still on the bar up to latest report yesterday. The Bredalbane starts down to the Bes°',e 0t 5 ?o'clock this morning; shcltakes down Dassenrare to the Eagle. w|>?* Lytton, July 1.?The Don Juan eroded ti,- w yesterday evening at 4 o'clock, i-nd,ailed thh moraing gt 6,0'clock. . - ' ,-i" sailed - tins IrtSta^??^ ^edCape^oretoren stclmr^nfocecaV8- ^bui.-TIio . Washington, 4h2re thS^ ^ to the spot yesterday morning norted to' .«°n> of the ill-fated Dunbar was re cendef" .invc been:secn. One of the divers des ]nv j, and exnminedthe place where tho wreck , .v.'JHe reported having seen a large qunntlty of elwin and an anchor, also of hoop nnd bar iron, *»>th' several broken bolts. There wer...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
SHIP MAILS. Tb*'malls bv tho Yarra Yarra for New South "Water., Victoria", South Australia, and Tasmania, fill 'close nt tho General Post Office, this day, as US>r;&lt;er,:? -¦'. Tor registered letters, nt 5 o'clock, evening. Ordinary ditto and newspapers, at 7 o'olook, ,? evening. ;
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
n YDNEY OPHTHALMIC INSTITUTION, O FOR CURR Ob' DISEASES OF THE EYK. I'ATifoN: feir John Young, Bart, Governor-iii Ohicf. . I'aiiSlDK.NT: Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Jnstico. . fcuiiauox : Dr. BvrncAStle, M.HO.S,, ito, - Apply from 9 lo 11, or 2 to 3, to Dr. BERN ¦¦OAbTljE, 229, Mnoqimrio-atreet, Sydney, oppo- site tho Council Chambers; :.-."::.!!' > -Viii .',' -.-?¦¦ earn to;Sydney* flHlE YARRA-YA'RRAfrora ...vuv...- 'JL.'vtliV -AVS.'N;-' Cb/a^New, . -x**^i§5t&£w ".Wharfj TOMORROW '(AVed- i "^^^g^^inesdnyj uM0BNLNG^at"'i2j o'clock.-u'-: :?.'. -!l .>'i:"i' i s!Ps Steeragb,,;Fax;e3;:Reducea to '£3.. T-^i'>Ji\ J.n?ii''.'iV:::!'.-.t.':';|QEO. DV'WEBB,'"-'[ '"li^'p-1: ;¦.-.-.:. ?.?¦,'! .iid''it.-'l J.'.'" ;"-.!,i-"'Agenti'-' _vVhary,_;i7fcii"June, ;-,;? ¦,".-.&lt;&lt;:.¦.' :¦'?;?' v;;;:iv!' ;!|' (tTrr ANTED a'Gob'd' GENERAL SERVANT. fV;V -iPAppl.v; to1 llrs. KEARNEY ..CANNAN..; .ANTED^'o'n active LAD;.to run errands; j ; 'Ae.'-'; 'Apply-, at ...tho fRENCH.....
DR. HOBBS AND THE GERMAN UNIVERSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
DR. HOBBS AND THE GERMAN'UNI- VERSITIES. Sm,?In nn article Which appeared in thc Kurili Australian bf Juno 7th, I took thc liberty of refuting an assertion mado hy Dr. Hobbs in his scat iii tho Upper House, 'which, to quoto tho Courier's reportor, runs as fol- lows :?" Undor tho present system, for in- stance, any honorable member, if ho chose, contd send to certain portions of Germany, and there purchase for .Co a diploma which would give him tho rank of M.D.,- whether qualified or not." ... ? ,- : . I havo since; booh paticiitly-f-ond, ito say thu truth, rather anxiously-7-nwaiting a reply from Dr. Hobbs',Which, I leave to tho decision of aWrcally honorable men, was due from him, in common justic'o Cither to tho 'slandered in- stitutions or to himself. Dr. II. either pught to have come forward in a manly, straight- forward way tb acknowledge his error, and to withdraw tho insulting assertion,?or, in jusi tico to himself, he'ought to haye brought svich proof as would convince tho p...
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY (Yesterday) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
IPSWICH. ! ¦'?"'-'"?' '(rhbar1 bun'own cpRunsppNDBHT.),;! '¦,;&lt;» -;¦'¦' ¦'' ¦' ¦ '?''' - ", Mondav',(Ycstoi'dny)i -,-. A'rHhti-Pbliee^Qfllcb'oh Friday,'thc28th inst;, before-G'. HI WiTsbi'v .J.E;,Tlipina'S Aitken, chargedi with'* profane swearing^'"pleaded, guilty.and'was !fined-10s.,: iii''default,twenty-, four,,hpurs,,,in tho :eells&lt; 'Thomas IinriVaii;1 charged with,beii)gvdntnk bli tiio' 27th;ihst.; pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s., in default'" 24 hours in. thc:cells.: Harry-Skiniicr- was chai'ged, by.'.jthp.. Inspector ,of, Police -.withi 'offending' against the, tonor.of his / rebogni-1 zance,"by"neglecting, to kcqp: his .licensed: houso opo'n bil Mpnday,:tho 2-itli just.,.for jthp. salo of spiritu'cms'iiquoi' ami accpramodatipn pfi trnvolierS.^'-.iHb 'pleaded guilty.' to the chargb; was finod'^ Cshaiid -ts. fall.cpsl.s.and;' had;hisdicenao' cancelled;;! Oirth'o'sumb'd'ay' Jospph.Ed,Wnrds,i who lind boori' detained' bi' custody since tlio previous dayl'...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The Council met yesterday at a quarter past three. All tho members were present. Tho minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed by the majority of thc Council; Alderman Cribb nlono objecting to Ono por- tion of them, in which the Council, were represented^-having.left a matter,! brought M;ward by Mri Chapman', in tho'hands bf tho City Surveyor. ¦ ¦?¦ Applications worei road from E. AV. Hardy and T. H. Sullivan,-for tho situation of over- seer, bf roads ill tho municipality, should such a, functionary-bo appointed. ..j..;? ... A'-communication was. read from tho present lessee Of Ute Reservoir, pointing out that thc pinup was out of repair. , After tho communication had been road, tho Town Clerk stated that Mr, Ballantyne: had denied thattbe sucker had been taken out of the pump-by him: coiimai'ONDEKCE. A letter froth' tho Colonial Secretary's oflico was read, sotting .forth that the Surveyor General had been instructed to reserve tho sites montionod iu th...
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY (THIS DAY.) GENERAL BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. , ? , Tuesday (This Day.) RFJiEllAI, UUSIXESS?NOTICES Ol' MOTION. Mr. Blakksev to move, " That the report of thc Select Committee,; appointed onthe yrd doy of August last, to enipiiro into the application ol' .Messrs. William and Joseph North to exercise thc right of pre-emption over tho Wivenhoe station, and laid on tho table of this honorable house on the 21th day of August, 18GIJ, tie now adopted." Afr. PmmiiiT to move, " 'flint this house will, to- morrow, resolve itself into a Committee of the whole, to consider of an address to his .Excellency the Governor, praying that lie will cause to he placed .on the supplementary estimates for tho year 18UI a sum of i'550, to defray tho expenses ol'a police oflicer and three- troopers to patrol thc Marmion district, in order to prevent cattle-steal- ing and sly grog-selling." ? GKXI-UAIi BUSINESS?ORDIUI OF TUF, DAV. Fencing lilli: Third rending. GOVERNMENT HUS1NESS?NOTICKS OF MOTION. .Arr. ll...