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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

'CHRONOMETERS, WATCHES, AND IC ',!'';,,;.;.'; CLOCKS,^..::!'. :.u:.^:y ¦ i .,,-¦!..- ACOUnAfELT'ADJtJStKpbT ! '' :''' ';. j j.-.¦?¦.b;.a:"^.,;.n;;;B''s',*''. v ., ; Near tho" School of. Arts. Every, article in tho trade IO per centi under ,¦.¦:';-., ,, Sydney'prieesi¦?'¦'1 ? . ; ALEXANDEE HOOD, r GEORGE-STREET, BRISBANE, PAINTER,, PAPERHANGER, & GLAZIER.' , .7 'Retail Oil find Color Store. BENJAMIN BACKHOUSE, .-'¦¦¦-. .'¦¦',- ¦ Architect, &o., ',!...'¦ Offlco adjoining kr. Itiiif'6, i'Uliihir, Quobu-strcct ... : . BHsbttntS. , JOSHUA JENYNSj! ,;. \ 1?;A MtLY GR 0 CER,: &c, ..'.'., . FOBTITUDB VALLEY.': ? . All orders promptly attended to. ALEXANDER M'INTYRE, . ROYAL' HOTEL,'... SOUTH BRISBANE; J. BIRCH, wholesale And retail family GROCER, .QUKEN-STREET, BWSBANE. GHEfcSTOPHEE POETEE, ARCHITECT, &c, QUE EN STREET, ;... .. .;mas.nAN,E._,;. ,.. KllYS' OOMMSBfJlAt & #AMILY HOTEL, Near the A.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, CORNER OF MARY * EDWARD STREETS, "-¦:¦'....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGES BILL. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGES BILL. PUBLIC MEETING. Yesterday evening a public meeting, in accordance with advertisement, took place in tho School of Arts, for thc purpose of taking into consideration certain matters in reference to tho Parliamentary. Privileges Bill,-Tho hall bf tho" institution was "crowded tn excess hy a largo and respectable assemblage ? of citizens. At tho hpm\ appointed, Mr. John Petrie, 'Mayorbf "Brisbane, took .tho chair, and was received .with loud cheers: iib explained that ho merely took:thc chairin his capacity, of Mayor,; and that he was informed il requisition would liRVO'beon .presented to .him ?foi' convening tlio: assemblage, if time had permitted \ but th.o principal movers, in the affair lind informed him that thc bill came on in committee on Tuesday, and that there was no timp topreseilt it 'requisition tb.him in the usual.fbrnl, as lt was necessary that tho ad- vertisement should; appear iii Saturday's, papers, and Hie hidotiiig was duty determined u...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. CLIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

NEWS AND NOTES. BY A SYDNEY MAN. CLIX. TftTB^Orovernor 'loft Sydney on Tuesday morning, in tho steamer City of Newcastle, ¦accompanied by Lady Young and the Misses Cowper, Messvs. Cowper and Weekes, Lord John Taylour, Colonel Kempt, &c. . Thc steamer liept well in to the coast, 'affording an excellent view of the scenery, and arrived at Newcastle at. about one o'clock in tho afternoon.: 'Here there was , the usual ^rjiount -'of speechifying in the shape of 'Addresses and replies, after which the Gov^.r. nor 'and 'party proceeded by rail to Myland. Yesterday, after addresses, &c. Vne School of Arts'Exhibition was opened'; then came a: levee, arid after that a "reception" by Lady "Young, who I think has done Well to stant this-very graceful and' lady-like des- cription of ceremony. By tho bye, it is noti- fied that Lady Young's receptions in Sydney are to take .place tra the 2nd and 4th Mon. days in each tnontfo. - " A little bird " whis- pers that tjala >idy is des...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courier. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

ito1 Kfr* Couria TUESDAY, JULY 2, IH61. There, caiube., no question that the "Bill before the House, referring to the privi- leges of Parliament, has met with the condeinnation.oS.tho largpstj-most respect- able, and .most orderly meeting."(that has for 'some" time ' taken plaoo within the, colony of Queensland. There was enthu- siasm 'eno'ugli>'b.iit lt.- was tho enthusiasm pf ;'¦ consciousness of' : right?of .'deter- mined resistance to injury?bf thatsevere souse of duty: which- dispenses with vehe- ment ebulliti'oUj'andfiridsrin the resolve to act when. ...the neoessity^ shall occur, that veriti'whichlunder ordinary circum- stances, is afforded Ijy. loud demonstra- tion and .'expressions. of public feeling/ Tho long dry-arguments on parliamentary! privilege .were deceive& with the calm- ness of a judicial ..assembly, and;, wc1 venture to say,' that not one of the persons prcsont failed to understand the! cause at, issue, and tho course that issue involvedyi',,;, .-,;-,...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

\,{[k ii'. ,£100 REWARD. TlirEi^6undersigned* horaby offer n Reward YY' of Ono Iiundrod Pounds to ? any person] who niay give suoh information ns will convict, ¦gay party o*- parties of having Btoleu any horses; or cattle belonging to us from oither of tho under-; 'jnenlurned runs,.or, elsewhere. :": A. "WEINHOLT, Maryvale. . ¦ ,' :; -i'.¦"?'' G.'& W; DAVIDSON, Canning Downs. ? "''. MARSHALL & DEUCHAR, Glengallon; ;" : J. W. BUCKLAND, Rosenthal: :':',:: NOTICE. ::;'¦'.'. £io reward. , BTOLEN or STRAYED from Moijan, Weir River, near Onlnndoon, Darling Downs Dis- trict ai Ruy HORSE, branded HMnenr shoulder, and saddle marked'on near Bide. Tho above re- ward will bo paid, if stolen, on conviotion, and £5 if stray'ed.on delivery to Charles Wealberall or Jacob and \Y\ Low, Woltown, noar Calnndoon: supposed to te taken towards the Balloon River. CHARLES WEATHERALL, '; "';' . ¦-'¦¦¦¦ Stockman. .Weltown, 10th Jane, 1?G1. . , ; . £50 R^ARD.(;:!';tl_;:\... THE undermentioned ....

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

Commercial Intelligence. Mb. P.hHabtley sold "yesterday, by authority of ciistb'ms'.'n quantify- of confiscated goods, ns per advertisciiictit in Government Gazette. 'JChcrgale^rcalisod. nbout,£9.': !. ..',' ,'". ?,',."' '/J ftMn.lt. Davidson held a clearing-out salo yesterday, »;t tho North Brisbane Hotel, o% Mri'Dickor,s'fnrhituro. ... ; . . , Messrs. Hopkins and Crawford Rnl.aut their Mart y estorday?furniture :hay, -land horses. Tho s'^log'wora well attonded, ap.A good prices obtPaupd,_.;,- ;, j. .',.' "n£r.'A. Martin purchase j yesterday, tho allotment of land at,tho'rdriun. 0f Queen'aiid "Edward streets, from Bjr, Markwoll,!'for tb/ sunv,of;,£1000.. ,;;?...?; .-.; .:.M:.: ::-?¦' fi-^< Thc following r'0turn shows tho quantity of "bond goods .tl^iivofca, and'tlio rcve-'ime ro ceiired by t\ie;coll6ctbr of'Cu'stoins., at Bris bario, for tho inoritlibf Juhb;Ji8Gli? ¦'?','-. mm,^;;;'V.-f1;T,':;T;:,;'v l'i-K». d. Blondy, 1013'gals" >'Vi'' '..' SOC 12 G Gin, 601 ditto .V...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 2 July 1861

DIED.   On board the ship Anglesea, on his return to this colony, on the 26th April, William O'Grady Haly, Esq., of Taabinga, Burnett, youngest son of the late Colonel W. C. Haly.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

^y.afrk.ly; ^gjg'n.iWy-.v-: _^ flion ^YATpB lAJ-rBMnBiSEi '? ¦ '?'' Days. Wednesday... thursday,...,, friday...:..... Saturday. .Sunday...->.v..v Monday ...... "Tuesday . Bate. July!' , -3 \3 ¦ 5 6 ,.=.7ii< 8 9 IMbrri. An56; 7,,38,;i 8 2tr 9 IO IO. 'i'- ll 0 lliMK. ;7,il0 .8 0; 8 44. 9 38 10 36 11 24 0 16 '8ro.; 654! !. fi, 53 e 53 6 53 6'S3 G 52 ?6-52'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

u?$p_ ADVEinilSflU?.;. WE niust'againcallntteivtKw to the rule of-our Olricc, vii., to insert J',q ADVERTISE- MENTS from i\6n-3ub»criter/ uuiesS accompanied by the CASH. , . , ,;.,'.. ¦¦ TO 8UU^.1ubjsus.: ^.^v;. SUBSCRiBERa.'inii'vcmTnrled that the price'or the Counu>A.«r. quarter ls now- FIFTEEN 8HirjIilNr«,,toh9'pl,i;iihaiivance.- - , '-- ' n- (AGEN'.CaniU ? p!ease to note the above.) .i ? '

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY (THIS DAY). NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS., Maiai/ATrvE council. '¦'?' .Wednesday (This Day). , NOTICR OF MOTION. ' f " ' The honorable; W. II. Yalowyn to niove; " That a committee,bo appointed to inquire into the work-' in;r of tlio National Bonni of..Education) eohsisting offlve members, with power to ealffor persons arid pnpers, uhr! leave to "sit during any adjournment, and to report to'the whole house.'' .: . ORDERS OF TUE PAY. Aliens Rill: To he considered In oommittce. , Draft on Banker's Bill: To be considered in eom mittee.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

JjocaB. S!ntcliSgencc. Recent Publications.?Two pamphlets have just reached us, bearing respectively the titles bf " Tho Champion Itace and ' 'Aoo,' two'discourses delivered in tho Con- gregational Church, Ipswich,;on the occa-. sion of the North Australian Eaces, 1861, by the Kev.J.'W. 0. Drano, pastor of tho aforesaid church;", and "A, Trophy of Divine Grace in Brisbaue.aSermonprcaobed on occasion of tho death of Adam Cum- ming, Esq., a member of tho Presbyterian Church, Brisbano, by tho Hov.. C. Ogg. minister of tho congregation ;" and we have boen requested to notice thora. All wo have to say with regard to.thom is, that they .'ap- pear to reflect thc highest credit, ns specf mens of typography,'upon the publishers, Messrs. Fairfax and-Selbridge, of. Queen street, Brisbane. Queen si, and Btfi.e Association. ? A meeting of thc Provisional Committee will take place this morning, nt ll o'clock, at tho Municipal Chambers. Tho attendance of members is earnestly requested to adopt a c...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURE. ¦Joit"'3.?Yarra Yarra, steamer, 560 trjns, Captain BeMJfor Sydney. Passengers?Mess^, c. Hughes, ? S. li. Bertrand, Anderson, a^d five in the ***? BXPOI^S. Yarra Yarra < 117 lihle', r, j. Smith; 22 casks tallow. Panton and Co..: 17 casks tallow, Campbell and Sob; 3 awes, I -^sk fruit, 1). Skyring; 1 case anwreirt, E. r lo<\|; 1 case fruit, Ballard j 1 par- cel, 1 tnmk, J. and G. Harris: 40 hides, Cribb and Toote; 1 passage fruit, 8 Paris; 2 bags bags, Pettigrew -; 1 tin shrubs, VVnlsh ; 4 oases fruit, lt. Bulcock ?. 1 package models, Engineer of Bonds; 1 case fruit, Heussler and Francksen; 1 bag pota- toes, rn. Clarke ; 1 case fruit, T. Dowse; 1 horse, Cadell ;? 519 sheep, Beit/" Srswuis roa.IriwicaC?having M'Cahe's-wharf ?the Breadalbane, '"this morning' nt 6 o'clock. Iieaying,thc,A.S.N, Co.'s wharf?the Ipswich, this' morning at half-past 6 o'clock; the Brisbane, to- morrow morning' at 7 o'clock.'' -'¦' ¦ The Duke of Wellington...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

QUEENSLAND MAILS. .Arrival and; D'epartdue of Mails at the General ?Post .Office, Brisbane. Auburn;., ??¦'.; .:;?-£??, ~ ???:': "' Callandoon (tJonijaiiinna) -3 ,. ., Casino and Gra*Wfc* .ii "¦ .7-"' Cleveland" 'Ti.ir':" " '" ?"¦'-' Condamine '"....---!"?:? *-?-' Dalby ... _ ..-.-..'. -J ;-.. -.; : Drayton..,. ;'.; ;" \, <:? ' ,." _ Gayndah c...-: - v?? .tv. Gladstone; ,_r..-.: »-". T... '~;¦¦ Ipswich-.... ~'.^\-'\'~.Q -¦¦;': Leyburn..., '..., u.-..-j ^ Mogistn-...-- :...- I... «J :Nanango ' .*..... v.-t _?£? Marlborough .... *.-..v: V Maryborough ... "...- g; Maryborough ... ?..'. ^=. Rockhamot-ra, and rort*Pooisoa\ Surat'and3Tarrowa "..;; '"?¦¦. n-»roem...''. ... ..;-? ""', Toowoomba ... ..,; Warwick ¦westwood ani Nulalbin ... ?Monday at 1 ,p,mi-'.-' -, ":¦ -.-_. "¦:.~-:"/£ <¦ « ."; -?"'."¦ r Monday at Up m.- " ".- V- 5 3 -..''. S -^ -¦ tr ¦£ >'? ': \ .Monday, at S.pm?. "'"¦ "*~.--,'"??--. "vt ¦¦:;''- -- ri ** A*b " cMonon/ at 1.80 p.jn. '- ¦'' -? ?- ,v "-...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

Commercial *nt diligence. Wk we;, informed, yesterday, that Mr. W. Sheehan had , pureba-^ed frora Mr, F- Bmcker ^'8JwtcLaud grourjd at Kangaroo Point for Mr. Coc'^^yu vuporta tho salo of 1000 wether^ ?t 9g. pcr hoad.?Ipswich Herald, July jj,,; ; --. -1 -,:.; i'lioifollowing produce has'hoon recoived at Ipswich.;'?At tho stores of Messrs. R. Towns and G'b;?35 bales wool, JIBE.?Ibid.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

. Brisbane Volunteer, Fire .Company, r IT having .boen" r'esol%d ' tb'-dis'solvb'the Bris' bane Volunteer Fire^ompiuiy, themembers deem it necessnr'yJ't'd:'!ay before. .thVpublio the following statement jOf tho.causea.whioh hayoiled; them to this'step-? *' '"' j! .^'h'".*- w,:'; i-i.-.-i «? In the-month of October last" a Meeting of tlipso-interested^hi jtbe formntioniQf la'iVulunt^eW Fire Company, wasf.lield.at the/North Australian" Hotel, Brisbane, lit which it was resolved to form Rush a oompnny, and .at Mibsequaut meetings a, code of rules w'as'; Adopted.' Thirty;six,members ch'rbllod themselves',' those unacquainted.with the discipline undertaking to subjeot themselves to the necessary training.. ¦¦-. ,¦-.¦¦<¦. The promise made by the agent bf one of the Sydney Insurance Companies, that alTirCEnr !gilie would be forwarded to Brisbano by bia prin- cipals, provided that a Fire Compnny was formed and a suitable place'in which to keep the engine obtained, having been mai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

$^S^^^'s!SM^^^i$B^jAtt ;.'-'.:;^'!.lt.'0-'N..M0.N,.O,EIi:|'";'" '.""""'' OHltlT ''IififJHANT, j AND!;; i|g&!;:. :D!EAlEBi! TN returp>g^ank>';for past favors,-.bega to inform'-his/friends land' tho.,public-that-he' Xi .has HEMO.yED.to'hiB .;:;;:¦'!;, .,.' "¦"'" ,';! v,..',...¦!,, ' ,-K! .. jls;''!^^ NEXT to.Messrs. FLAVELLE/ BRQTHERS 'and, CO;! andu-OPPOSiTE''- Mrr E!'? "R SOUTHEBDEN;s;;wherehis;stock,of C-r.'! ! ^r. ;,,,; :yUi -y.-i :¦ L ^ .iwiu-h^"';: fv-,f!h i^mMMmM;m¥kml,mAMMi ¦¦'¦ 'ni l-,9iv>oi> ,Kn:;:;m'l '¦>"' = -? :-=^ t.-i'-.-;;:;:-t-t?^'*-i . !?,?,,, 7/ ' .viKvn:'.: vM ;.-,?;¦&-.-;> ..! ir: Can be much bettor selected-from than <in .his OLD.,PiRE;iyiISES.-;f,;TIioi STOCK'is''now1 .being replenishe'd-with.purchases arrived'pei' RlFLEMA;N,lyia,iSydney.vl.t io .?.??!!!j.cn;'^ oilt !, J. M. would call special attention tojiis j !,''.? |',',';',.!n!.'^K;:-;'' ?,.-: ai;; rn .:>,v'"i:Vl :;.?'.! . manufactured to bisiordeivand warrant...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

JOHN BAPTIST, inf rot urning ibanWto'tlie . public gencralljibf Now-South 'Wales and the neigbbdiiringrcolonieff'for-pait favours,1" oilers .for SALIC, this Reason, the most extonsivo ;and varied stock of-FltlUT TRKKS,1''Flowering omi5 Ornamental 'frees nnd ShiuUs,i,to1be'fouiid-irt^he 'Australian colonies. .<>¦!:;'.; ?:-!1;.' ¦?¦'¦ i.-.:. 'i'he soil of his establishment hoing' naturally poor, and exposed to the most trying winds, tho advantage to purchasers.getting-tites-from-snell a situation is evident. Julni/Jiupti,-;!! offers "this explanation, as ronny parties are under the im- pression that all-fruit,trees, plant,!), .<£'c,,-offered, for salo by hini-nro-grpwn on Hdh'tidil.1 '".'~"\,. :Johii' Baptist'iresp"ectfully-i'solicit8;iintending purchasers to cull ut the nursi-ry, Hiid:vio!v'.bis collco'tion'previous to |iiirohasir.g, .as.-he firmlv believes they will bo ph'iviedjviih-tho growth and healthy itatii of all plants" u liioli" will bp ufrored.Jo. t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

ujfE*^pi^%jr4]m»rr»| !By the Yarra Yarra we have Sates from v iSydney to the 27th ult. From the journals ¦we take the following extracts:? ¦!* yjhkllK OF THE Rev. W. B. OLABf fl_ .''^iS'.rSelect committee of the ''A". *i|,v ! granted on motion of Mr. She\^f ?I' consider tho claims, if any, cr'.(' t,.L \<tT B. C|arkc,for the services ' ^i^T^w gentleman in developing ^If , hy. tba resources of this col? J»*tj**f m,nml gress report as fol1 £& , ?ou8ht UP V**0' tion of the rr -^«s*r *-In theconsidcra .,m-,i((i. v ?'aWfer referred to them your Kevcrend ' ?"** 'taken the evidence of the x, T-, . WT-. B. Clarke and the Honorable J', aa Thomson, C.B., M.L.C.; but as (1, advanced period of the session will reu .<jc impossible the completion of the inquiry, Ahoy deem it expediont, at" once, to submit ito your honorable house the evidence taken ¦before them, with a view to an early resump- tion of tho subject during tho nest session.", Tho evidence taken and corre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

WANTED a PAIR SAWYERS lo Cutahout '.;/10,000 " feet -bf Pine-5 in -town'.?G. F WHITE, Albert-street, .~'~ YXTANTED, a COOK; nlso, a HOUSE and Y » ...PARLOUR, MAID. i':Apply ;at ^Devon- shire House, Goprgo-slreet.) ;.: i;.i.;;l WANTKb/'Two'l^ciou^1,!^ hounds pVeferred!'' 'A'ppiy..itt!t,h"e.CouiUER Offico WANTED, bya Married Man, aSITUATION as feTOJiiaCEEl'ER, oh' tomb 'station whero permanent .employment) could be'obtained. Apply to " W.H.,1"Cornier!'Office; ..¦.'¦?'??¦ : VTTANTED, an uotivo;young. MAN Vo drive li horse and cart, and.make himself us'ofnl ahnut a store. Apply tb W, J, COSTIN, Druggist iat fand.Giooer, Queen-street, WANTED, a Journeyman TAItOR^-tfuist he a first-rate tradesman! Apply to li. .BULCOCK, Qncen-'stroet,'. Brisbane; ' or, ¦ t.' !KENYON, Ipswich. .;;¦?¦!-,j,;,.'. Hf A NT RD two FEMALE SE tit A NI'S for n I V family ahoiit two .miles, from . town ;< ono ns COOK-and LAUNDRESS,! and! the oilier-.jib NURSEMAID. " Only those "iy.bo .can.j?ive' re- spect...

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The Courier. WEDNESDAY JULY 3, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 3 July 1861

%$&$tinti%t+ WEHNSStiAT JVLT Z, 1801.; What next ?..,. Thc Judge Is a very un- gracious* 'ririd ungrateful follow-. His ?correspoinleiioO'With tho Colonial Sccre itary on. tho subjcot of tho Supreme ?Court Bill-:;6f last session ,has been ?conducted', in ' au unnecessarily ex- cited and' offensive .manner. Notwith- standing,tho course adopted in his "favor ty. thc rGbverlnrnent during tho last ¦session, ind, tho. steps since taken to convince'. him that there was no intention on ' their part, or on that of tho legislature, to interfere with his position ort' the bench, ho has failed to meet the government in that cordial and generous spirit which has characterized their proceedings from first to last. Tho government, cu ' the othbr hand,, has adopted a.'i most moderate tone . They havo done everything in their power to conciliate and correct misapprehension. The Colonial Secretary bas himself mado a stupendous effort, by endeavouring to preserve his! personal relations with ...

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