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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 December 1847

*SBIP'P1"N(S INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. 33ec. 4. Tamar, steamer, Allen, from Sydney. c-Passengcrs-Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smith», ? ¿ rMr^John Campbell, Mr. Ocock, Mr. T. ,"> Dowse, Mr. Henry DowsM Mr.« ¡Petrit, *$tÍ Á ^ír/BowVíman,sand ^6 inmhe ste#age| J * v i- Gï\4nft Mary,t sdtoióW.^rown^ fronV .? t Sydney. ' " ' ,%,.". Jpne» schooner, Higgins, from .Sydney« DEPARTURE. , Dec. 8. Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Sydney.' Passengers-Mr. Bertelson, Mrs. Mort, Miss Jones, and four in the steerage. IMPORTS. Tamar .. 1 case drapery, 1 box currants, 2 pkge, 4 kegs .paint, 2 boxes glass, I case varnish, Bruce; I cask shoes, Coley ; 2 casks, 1 case, 1 bkt, De Winton; 1 box, Ede; 1 chest, 1 bag, Çïanz ; "1 truss, Hospital ; 1 truss, Huggett ; 2 mats sugar, 1 pel, R. Jones ; 1 gin case, 1 parcel, 1 box, W. Kent; 1 hlul brandy, 5 cases gin, I "%igcoßte, I box, Le Breton; 1 box candles, I * parcel, R Little; I pel, R. Mackenzie ; I cabe, 1 -4^h:Mt>avtrrr^-KlivSl1 tcarl^bbxTT-'pàrittige, ^ ~ baS~ sug...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 December 1847

STEAM TO SYDNEY. T'H.E TAMAR WILL SAIL ON x * - TUESDAY, 21 ST DECEMBER, Awi on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Whaif, South Brisbane. T HE STEAMER EXPERIMENT IS NOW RUNNING between IPSWICH AND BRISBANE, and will continue her trips, starting from Brisbane «>very Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; and from Ipswich every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A.M. Shippers may depend on the utmost caí e and attention being p ud to their goods, and the strictest regularity observed in Uansmitting ïdl Wool, 8tc, in Us turn» H. R. ELKINS, Ipswich, Nov. 22, 1847. Agent. ALE AND PORTER. A LARGE STOCK of "WRIGHT'S" " BREWING always on hand, and will be found equal to any in the colony. GEO. S. LE BRETON. SHEEP AND STATION ON DARLING DOWNS. FOR SALE by Private Contract, the following excellent flock of SHEEP, deliverable after «hearing :- - v v 251 Ewes» 1 year old 250 ditto, 2 ditto 846 ditto, 3 and 4 ditto 998 aged ditto 325 Wethers 26...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1847. LATEST GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 December 1847

¡FUE ffîût et on 33 a y Courier. en it su wl In ia i SATURDAY, .DECEMBER .1.1, 1847. El su \vl .LATEST GEN ERAL 4N YELLÍGEN CE. T '¿1-s li^LiU£UJl>I\L/Xii. "¿PRIVATE letters received in Sydney from 'London by the Raymond state that the Home Government have determined upon forwarding immediately seven thousand emigrants to Sydney and Port Phillip. It would appear that there is also some .other project in contemplation respecting .immigration, the details of which will probably reach the colony 'by the August packet, which had'not arrived when the Tamar left Sydney. We have, however, been-favoured by a geritlema^i' residing in Sy(J»ey »with the following, "copy of an advertisement, which appeared in the ¡limes of August 6th, which may enable our readers to form their own conjectures regarding the nature of immigration by <me ship : 2 ts, 3 1 h, 1 g. 2 el, I I , 1 »sr S» »x, 5 o ^s, r re» ie, 10 It, 1 e Bs tr, is, 1 ?s J. J. u 1 r; ov 1 Ef~ . 5 ». ; x, 1 12 k. ti» »k .1, ...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 December 1847

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.)   PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT: JULY 22. THE speech delivered by Her Majesty in person from the throne, having been settled at the Privy Council held at Buckingham Palace, on Thursday, the preparations used at the prorogation of Parlia- ment took place on Friday at the new House of Lords, which Her Majesty for the first time visited in state. The scene of the ancient ceremony was the new House of Lords, and is thus vividly painted by a writer in the Times— "When the spectators settled down at the con-   clusion of the judicial business, it was evident all were present to whom tickets had been issued. The nobly proportioned apartment was completely filled ; the eye could find no vacant space except just in front of and beside the throne ; in every direction it rested upon beauty of form or face, rich costumes, state robes, or military and diplo- matic uniforms. The body of the house on either hand presented a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 December 1847

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   IPSWICH.   (From our Correspondent.)             At tlhe Police-office, on Wednesday, John Gillan, a prisoner of the Crown, attached to the Ploughed Station, was brought before the Magistrates, charged with absconding from the 16th September to the 20th of November,and being found guilty, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment, with hard labour, in Sydney Goal. Joseph Lawrie, ticket-of-leave holder, was charged with sly-grog selling at the stations of Messrs. Coutts and M'Taggart, upon whose evi- dence the Bench adjudged lum to forfeit his indul- gence ; and ordered him to be detained in custody until the cancelling of his ticket should be ap- proved by the Sydney authorities. William Booth, a shepherd in the employ of Mr. M'Taggart, was sentenced to three months im- prisonment, with hard labour, ¡n Sydney Goal for absconding from his hired service-the ...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 11 December 1847

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,—Presuming that any particulars, however trifling, connected with that "splendid region,"   the Fitz Roy Downs, will be acceptable, I beg leave to forward the following information, having just returned from the above-mentioned place. In the month of October last I reached the Cogoon at its junction with the Balonne, or more properly the Condamine, in company with Mr. Allan Macpherson, who was travelling with stock, having followed Sir Thomas Mitchell's tracks from the Moonie. We still continued on the same tracks until we reached Mount Abundance, XXIVth camp of Sir Thomas Mitchell, in the neighbour- hood of which Mr. A. Macpherson has commenced to form a station. During my stay with Mr. Macpherson I took every opportunity of exploring the surrounding country, more particularly in the vicinity of Grafton Range ; and I regret to say that I was sadly disappointed at the whole of the splendid region, described as extending as f...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.. " , , Wu are in iqceipt of files of Adelaide ¡jonrna.ls'tn the 9th ultimo, from which we glean the following intelligence :- J , SMELTING BV ELECTRICITY.-For the infor- mation of those gentlemen who have recently pe- titioned the Council for a smelting patent, and the satisfaction of the colonists generally, we may state tlîat the process of smelting by electricity has been patented in England ; that the patentee's name is Napier, of Hoxton, who may be shortly expected in the colony ; and that other parties jn England have obtained patents for reducing ores hythe same means, although under somewhat'different circumstances. We may say, in fine', that the dis- covery is a most valid and important one, and is esteemed of so much importance in England as to be deemed more than equivalent to a discovery of coal in this province.- Register, October 2. +, LEASING OF MINERAL LANDS.-The Govern- ment Gazette of Thursday last contains an ad- vertisement of a novel character. ...

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FOSSIL BONES. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

FOSSIL BONES. CFrom the Sydney Morning Herald. J IN or about the year 1843, we published several articles "on »the existence of the fossil remains of , extinct and gigantic animals in various parts of New South Wales. It was intended that the sub- ject should receive further attention, but owing to a variety of hinderances it was left incomplete. Having, however,announced in our last Saturday's impression that Mr. R. B. Turner had arrivM from Moreton Bay, bringing with him a laige collection of the bones of various animals, we take advantage of the occasion to point out some additional claims on this subject upon those who take an interest in the conditions past or present «f this great insulated territory in which we dwell. From time-to time discoveries have been made in 1 he neighbourhood of Mount Macedon, in the caves of Wellington Valley, at Boree, in the Liverpool Plains, and along the high level country on the Upper Condamine River, on Darling Downs, of the existence of bones ...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Cot(rier. SIR,-In answer to your leading article of the 27th ult., referring to the £100 appropriated'by Go- vernment to the repair of our road to "this district, I beg to inform you that I not only signed the memorial alluded to, but assisted in drawing it up, .and that I feel depressed neither by the heavy re- sponsibility which you say I have incurred, nor by the reflection that I have in any manner com- promised the rights of thu i\ïhabîtants,of Brisbane. The memorial professes, on the face of it, to be a memorial of certain stockholders ; moreover, of certain stockholders who have subscribed money for the formation or repair of roads and bridges to this district ; and prays the assistance of Go- vernment in aid of the funds so subscribed. The sum asked was not supposed to be sufficient fully to repair the roads, it was asked for because the stockholders had been frtquently called upon to subscribe a sum to make the roads passable ; at one time a...

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"NAMES NAME THEE NOT." (FROM THE GERMAN OF JEAN PAUL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

NAMES NAME .THEE NOT. " (FROM THE GERMAN OF JEAN PAUL) -fairies <ñ'ameTThee not j no sculptor's skill "with j L thee hath living part j. vNoliandof mortal artist paints how beautiful thou - art! t ?' '- * "? ?'l\- ' Songs sing Thee not; the sweetest lay connected ,,wittí UyrApraise, .' Faints like an ecko of the Past, a, theme of distant days." ~ '" ~". Butas thou art and breafhest, so,*,with.life, with 1 ", ^aüjty warm, ' . ! -'" " ' 'Fondf ipved onç'i in thjs heart js shrined thy all * ""j but angel form. "Bright as the angels are; like'them, alone as worthy lovei ' r ' ' ' T ¡So,dp, in grace and innocence, thy heavenly,foot . ' , ¡steps "move." Can I not love Thee only P Yes ; and holy as a .'-' prayer^ ' . » That love's a trust laid-up for Heav'n, a hope re - .- corded" there. '" And could the feelings, of this heart but speak, each ",,"rr "thought would be T ; - ¿A Guardian Genius that would rise to minister to Thee. ", r A ' .Thy name ! 0, with that gentle name to m...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

To the Editor of the. Moreton Bay Coiirier. SIR,-Since it appears that all the odium for irre- gularities in the transmission of letters and news- papers addressed to individuals in .the extensive district of Moreton Bay, falls on the brisbane ¿Post'Office, and its managers are designated "thieves" and "robbers" with all sorts-of such very courteous epithet! as'the Editor of the Atlas" has been pleased so indiscriminately and unjustly to bestow, it will be only doing that justice which is due to the parties' so accused, and disabusing the public mind of such false impression, if you, Mr. Editor, will kindly'»give insertion to this letter ; and which may also serve to point out what may not be generally known, viz., that both letters, as well as newspapers, coming through the Brisbane Post Office, are invariably sent with false addresses ; therefore, if under such circum- stances, any irregularity should happen, (and it would be matter of wonder were it otherwise), the fault must res...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,-The mail from Ipswich and the Darling Downs, and which usually contains about twenty letters, arrived in "Brisbane )-catciday^abo_ut__tivo o'clock. Upon application for letters at five, and again at a quarter to seven o'clock, the answer returned was " they are not yet' sorted ;" and tiiis was four hours and a half after the arrival of tile mail. From this I conclude that the Postmaster thinks people in business have nothing else to do than to dance attendance upon him ; if so, he will be apt to find himself greatly deceived ere long, as people begin to tire of such unnecessary delays. There- fore pray send your Courier, Sir, to warn him that he had better correct these evils, ore some one more potent than himself corrects them for him. Trusting 1 may not agaiu have occasion to re- cur to the subject, I remain. Sir, Your obedient servant, Brisbane, Dec. 16, IS17. A BlUSBANITE.

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. THB Melbourne papers state that Lord Grey had retracted his consent to the £100,000 loan for im- migration to Port Phillip.-A number of merino sheep have recently been imported into Van Die «aVn's Land for Mr. W. A. Bethune.-Persons cutting sandal-wood on Government land at Swan River have to pay a license fee of £ 1 5s. per month for every man employed.-A company for the purchase of a small iron steamer is being formed atPertli,withacapitalof £5000.-Mr.N. BJack, 'Of Port Phillip, purchased 2000 head of ca'tie from iMr. Ryrie at £1 10s. per head.-The next land .Sale at Port Phillip is expected to yield above .£20,000.-In Western Australia they have to pay the following sums for licenses to keep dogs : Dogs in towns-male, 7s. 6d. ; female, 10s. Dogs in '¿ountry-»male, 5s. ; female, 7s. Gd. Sheep dogs "in country-male, 2s. 6d. ; female, 5s.-The two men, says Hie South Australian, who discovered .the' silver lead ore at Parringa, and got it on tribute,' have, in four...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,-Having ascertained that public attention is directed to "Wide Pay as a convenient port for em- barking the produce of some parts of the "Moreton Bay district in small vessels, I consider a,few re- marks on the subject may prove interesting to those who consider Wide Bay worthy of notice. 1 therefore beg to inform you, for the informa- tion of the public through the medium of your journal, that soon after leaving Moreton Bay, in company with the Rattlesnake, we anchored in Port Curtis, which we carefully surveyed, and having discovered a safe wide passage into it by the southern shore, the port muy be considered a very secure and commodious harbour, and of easy access. Having completed the survey of Port Curtis, I was dispatched by Captain Stanley- for Moreton Bay on the 29th of, November, first call- ing at Wide Bay, for the purpose of surveying it I arrived there on the 1st of December, but not considering it safe to take the Bramile o...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

m TIU5 I Jai ¿Roydon i> A i) ? o ti vi f r. à SATURDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1S*7. .i WJBI beg to direct public attention to the important information, contained iii Lieut j Yule's letter respecting the t harbour of j Wide Bay j which will be found under the bead of ," Correspondence." We bave! s great satisfaction in stating that Lieut, j >u| Yule intends to remain in tbe Bay until ! .u about tbe Sui of January, and ibal be ¡«j i will prepare a complete plan of the month i(4| of tbe river, as well as make a minute j survey of that portion of the Bay previous j io rejoining tbe ÀWifr&K**^ which ves if sel has proceeded to Gould's Island, it being Captain Stanley's intention to sur- vey the coast from that place southward to Port Curtis, before his return to Syd- ney, which will ^Probably be in April next,* vHè wall then take his departure, for New'Guinea. ,* ' "** "OWING fo a press of »advertisements) ive have been'/reluctantly compelled to" leave out nearly allNour leading ma...

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LATE BRITISH EXTRACTS. PROGRESS OF ELECTIONS. (From the Times, Aug. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

LATE BRITISH EXTRACTS. PROGRESS OF ELECTIONS. (From the Times, Aug. 1.J WHEN France was quietly rotting under the Grand Monarque and his immediate successors, it.was the common observation of her political writers that the affairs of this country were not so much a history as a rornance. The tables, however, have long been turned, and when her present Majesty came to the throne our less fortunato, neighbours could not help casting a wishful eye at the unin- terrupted certainty of our Royal succession and the even tenor of our domestic annals. Yet it is no1, to be imagined that the spirit of political chivalry and the vicissitudes of social romanceare extinct on its soil. Where arn they, then, to be found ? Their scene is a general election. The hustings are the lists-of a periodical tournament, where a great game in played, where fortunes and characters are staked, where prizes are luj^ud won, where a hair's breadth divides victory and ruin, where knights of the greatest and most un...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. TASMANIAN Journals to the 9th ult. have come to hand. Their contents are uninteresting. The principal news is the result of the applications from the inhabitants of Launceston and Hobart Town to his Excellency the Governor, to defer the trans- fer of convicts from this colony to Van Diemen's Land until her Majesty the Queen had been peti- tioned on the subject. The following is the Go- vernor's reply to the Launceston memorial, which w;as presented by a deputation appointed'at the public meeting held on The 26th ult. : : 'Gentlemen,-I have listened with attention to the^memorial now presented upon the subject of the transfer of the convicts from New South Wales to this colony. Ever since the ariival of the despatch notifying the intentions of her Majesty.'s Government, the subject has afforded me matter for anxious consi- deration. In accordance w ith a suggestion of the Comp- troller-General, I had some weeks ago decided to propose to the Government of New South ...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

EXTRACTS. MURDER BY A MANIAC.-A frightful- murder was committed at Knowsley-hall, the seat of Lord Derby, on Sunday evening. A poor maniac who. up to the preceding day, had acted as a signal- man on the London and North-Western1 Railway, appeared at the door of the lodge, and after striking down the old woman who resided in it, pursued with terrible violence an interesting young girl, about fifteen, who had fled on his first ap- proach. The scene which presented itself when some of the people came up was appalling. He was standing on /the arms of his unfortunate victim, dragging her twisted hair from her head, and when they forced him away, the whole scalp came off' in his hands. The poor creature died the next morning. A verdict of wilful murder was returned against the man, of whose insanity, however, there is no doubt.-Atlas. \ DEATH OF MARSHAL GROUCHY. -; Marshal Grouchy died at St. Etienne on the. 29th June, in the eighty-second year of his age. The Mar- shal, whose lungs had b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

SALE BY AUCTION. MR. DOWSE WILL Sell by Public Auction, on the Queen's Wharf, ON MONDAY NEXT, At 12 o'clock, . (For the benefit of the Underwriters), A LONG-BOAT,.with Mast, Sail, and-Oars. Compasses, &c. » «Saved from the Wreck of the Brig Mary. SALE BY AUC1TON AT IPSWICH. MR. T. DOWSE 1LTAS received positive instructions to Sell by ?*???? Public Auction, at the Queen's Arms Hotel, Ipswich, ON NEW YEAR'S DAY NEXT, . immediately before the sale of the Eight Allotments of Land advertised for that day, A small lot of Cattle, well worthy the attention of butchers, dairymen, and others A couple of well bred Saddle Horses, and An Allotment of Land, situate at the corner of Bell and Union streets, Ipswich, having a frontage of 51 feet by a depth of 132 feet. Terms at Sale. SALE BY AUCTION. MR. DOWSE JJ AS been instructed to Sell by Auction, at his Rooms, ON TUESDAY, THE 4TH JANUARY.NEXT, At 12 o'clock. A very excellent Horse, Dray, and Harness, well worthy the attention of -an ind...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 18 December 1847

S III r P I N G I N T E L LI G E N CE. ARRIVAL. .Dec. 10. H. M. S. Bramble, Lieut. Yule. IMPORTS. Jane .. 522«, bags sugar, 40 «bests,.20 ¡Chests teiVlOO>bagV flour, IU J. Smith ; 49 bags salt," 28 bngssugar,"W. Gray and Co. ; 35 bugs flour, li. Graham and,Co. ;?1 package axes, F. and ;F. Bigge.- \ ' - : ', {Ann\Mary:*. 10 tons flour, Watson ; 30 hhds. beer, 2 cases, Harris ; ß tons flour, 2 tons sugar, Peterson ; 5 tons potatous, 15 casks sugar, 3 packages furniture, Dowse. EXPORTS. Jane : 2 bales wool, 7 kegs nails, Richardson ; 7 bales wool, 2 casks tallow, 20 casks beef, 22 hides, Kent ;. 6 bales wool, R. Graham and Co.; 29 bales wool, 2 tons bones and horns, Smith ; 9 bales, wool, Hughes and Isaac ; 8 casks beef, 3000 feet pine, Watson ; 3 casks tallow, Phelan. Ann Mary : 13 bales wool, Ó hides. 1 cask tallow, Burgoyne ; 10 bales wool, Coxen ; 22 bales wool Scott; 8 bales wool, Norris; 2 líales wool, 00 hides, Dowso ; 10 bales wool, Duchar ; 1 bale wool, 1 bundle sheepskins,...

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