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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
Hy CRICKET. A JUTrtEii interesting cricket match came off on the Queen's Birthday between eleven of tho Ipswich Grammar School and eleven of the Bev. B. E. Shaw's Collegiate School, which terminated in favor of the former by tliree runs and one wicket to spare. The scores were as follow : IPSWICH GRAMIÍAIÍ SCHOOL.-1ST Isnnxas. E. Brown, c. Gtirbut, b. M'Dougall ... 5 G. Ranken, b. Carbufc . 1 J. Dunne, b. Garbut .. ., 7 J. Cook (captain), b. M'Dougall ... .,.' 0 J. Cran, b. Garbut.1 J. Panton, b. Garbut... ... . 2 AV. Connor, 1. b. w., b. M'Dougall. 0 Hostow, b. Garbut ... ... . 0 Alacalister, b. M'Dougall ..." '".' ' ... 1 Jones, b. M'Dougall.2 J. Thorn, not out .'-' ... 3 Bves.2 AVides.3 Leg byes . 1 - . 28 2ND iNTînCGS. - Cook (captain), c. AVebb, b. Garbut. 1 Thorn, b. Garbut . 1 Panton, 1. b. w., b. M'Dougall . 0 Dunne, c. Townson, b. M'Dougall. 0 Brown, c. Townson, b. Garbut . 1 Crail, 1. b. tv., b. Garbut . 8 Macalister, c. M'Dougall, b Garbut ... 0 Ranken, b. AI'Dougall . 1 ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at tho City Auction Murl : Cheese, Fancy Goods, Drapery, «te, Sec. MR. R. DAVIDSON, at noon, at his Rooms : Books and Stationery. MR. A. E. ALEXANDER, at li o'clock, al j the Bank Auction Rooms : Slutioncry, A Vines, 4c., io. MR. VV. H.'KENT, al the Corporation Sale Rooms, Ipswich : Horses,
LAND SALE AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
LAND SALJi AT IPSWICH. A sar of Ciown lands foot place ni the Court house icstud n (Alondni) Iho attend anco was not large, but tilt competition at the oaihu pirtof the salt was -.pinta! Tor twenty lots llicio was no oller and tho last nino lots wtic knockid down at the upset puct Hit suburban land is «ltuatid on and ncir the Bitiucr Rivir and on Deebing Cutt Tilt counti > lots art m the counh ol Churchill, lot 22 is situato ni Hit p in«h of Alutdipdh and nt Snlheiliinds hut, and Hie rimamilu of tho^t sold on lariiinpa um Hie following is u do tadtd stittuicnt - Area Price Fin tha ti 1 1 V £ 9 d 2 1 25 21 lb 11 J Minno 2 1 fi 20 17 9 ditto 2 1 0 11 9 G D Phillips 2 1 17 31 0 G ditto G 0 0 72 0 0 C M Coi mack 2 2 0 31 17 G Thos Rían 5 0 0 80 0 6 ditto 7 1 3i 112 6 2 E Quinn 10 0 0 1G0 0 0 ditto 1 2 32 28 1 O D Phillips G 1 30 77 5 0 R Roulstou 3 2 3G D Phillips 2 3 It 17 8 2 C M Coi mack 7 0 1 71 0 O I North 100 0 0 100 0 0 D MGiath 1G0 0 0 1G0 0 0 J En0hud 1G0 0 0 100 0 0 ditto 1...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, MAY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUESDAY, MAT 24. BBISBAJTE -9 a m Barometer (corrected), 30 311, thermometer (shade), 59 7 , ditto (dry bulb),5S4, ditto (wet bulb),55 8 , force of wind, 1, direction, S AV , extent of cloud, 3, weather, fine and eleir-light cirrus clouds 3 pm Barometer (corrected), 30 233, ther- mometer (shade), GIO , ditto (dr\ bulb), 67 8 , ditto (wet bulb), 59 5, force of wind, 2, di rection, S E , extent of cloud, 3*, weather, fino and clear, cumulo stratus clouds m tho south (Per Electric Telegraph ) AVrsT) A>T> WEATIIER -9 a m Lytton, S E , and fine, Ipswich, calm and fine, Laidley, S E , and fine, Toowoomba, calm and cloudy,! Dray- ton, E by S , and fine, Warwick*, S E , and cloudy, Dalby, S , and fine r SrDNET - 9 a m Barometer (corrected), 30 399, thermometer («hade), 558,ditto (dry bulb). 52 7 , ditto (wet bulb), 51 5,'force of wind, 1, direction, AAT , extent of clouel, 0 , w eather, fine, ram fall during last 21. hours, 215
CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 24. BEFORE Mr. L. A. Bernays, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
CENTS AL POLICE COUBT. au TUESDAY, MAT 24. by BEFORE Air. L. A. Bernays, J.P. DBUXKAIIDS.-Tommy, an aboriginal, was brought up for this offence and discharged. John Lowrie, Patrick AVhelan, and Francis Skea, were each fined in tho sum of 5s., or 21 hours in the cells in default of payment. . ,
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS &nbsp; (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) &nbsp; SYDNEY. &nbsp; May 24. IT is intended to try Gardiner, the bushranger, at the next sessions, on a charge of attempting to murder a trooper named Hosie. Two of the jurors engaged on the late trial complained that certain jurors who were within the precincts of the court at the tim the verdict was given, declared it to bo scandalous. A war- rant has been issued against them for contempt of court. To-day has been observed as a holiday, and no business has been transacted. MELBOUKXE. Three men have been apprehended on a charge of- forging, on the London Chartered Bank, a cheque to the amount of £GS3. * Business is dull, owing to the day being observed as a holiday. Os Monday evening the Oxley Creek Total Abstinence Society held their Monthly Meeting in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, near the Rooty AVater Holes, on the Ipswich Hoad. Mr. Payne occupied the chair, and the meeting, at which there ...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
SHIP MAILS. The mails pu tin. Clarence for Roekhamp ton mid Po t Denison, will bo nindi, up und closed at tho General Post office, lins din, (Wodncsdnj), as undir - Tor registered lett eis nt 5 p ni , mid foi nil other letters and ncwspapen at 8 p in 'Iho mails per the Yarra A una », foi New South Wales Amelona South Australia, and Tusmauiu w di bo mudo up mid closed at the General Post ofllee, as undi! - Toi oldman letters at 8 30 am this daj , and for newspapeis, at 7 a m Tho late ice mad foi Suhle > and Alelbomno only will close ut 9 a in ÑOTK -Hie mail foi legislerod letteis closod yesterday at 1 p m
THE SALVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
THE SALVIA. The Black Ball barque, Salvia, arrived at the nncliorngo in Brisbano Roads on Monday last, tho 23rd instant, after ii passage of 113 days from London. She sailed from Gravesend on the 29th January, and encountered u series of head winds in the British Channel. She was detained for five days oil" the Bill of Portland, owing to strong gales from the westward. From there to tho line she had a fair pasrage of about 27 days. On Hie 28th day nfter leaving the Bill of Portland she spoke the barque Great AVestcrn, in 1 deg. 30 min. south latitude. She was from Cardiff, bound lo Nangnsaki, with a carga of coals. From the line to the meridian of the Cape the Salvia made a run of about 30 days. Off tho Cape fho mot with very heavy weather, chiefly from tho southward ami east- ward, during which two foresails were blown away. A schooner, standing to the cast, was passed in 10 dog. east longitude. In making her easting the Salvia ran down to 10 dog. south latitude, und had strong win...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
ABABGAIN -An ALLO PAIENT for SAI L m 'iboinas street, South Brisbano, close to Hie lints It is ftnccd in, has th* commencement of a House noon it, and also, a capital well, yielding a not ci failing supply of lush water Pnto, «5 O AV Al'ICEAND, Queen Micit adjoining the'licasurt 4100 SOUTn BBISBANE ESTATE.-The RE MA1NTNG 'ALLOTMENTS are open for sale privately, at tho prices realised for thoso soldai tho auction saloon the 23rd April. Apply lo TRUNDLE & CAMERON, auctioneers, or to T. B. STEPHENS. 1TTOR SALE-FARAIS on the Logan Biver, J belonging lo tho lato J. IT. Ferris, with Improvements. Apply to E. J. HOBSON, Quecn-strcet._ _'1202 Ï'OR SALE, BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, pleasantly situated offGrogory Terrace.!-; Torms easy. Apply to J. JENYNS, Fortitude Valley. -170(5 FOR PRIVATE SALE.-A Scrub FARM ¡ no distance from the city ; partly improved, Price liberal. Terms easy. Apply'to TRUN- DLE & CAMERON, Queen-slrect. 4932 SOUTH BRISBANE. EOR SALE, a ITnndsoino Four-roomed V...
POLITICAL DIALOGUES. SCENE.—A wooden den or "crib" in the "purlieus" of the city, purporting to be the office of one "Diehard," very general Agent and political mountebank; also, valuator, arbitrator, and referce, in cases of marriage with diseased wive's sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
POLITICAL DIALOGUES. SCENE.-A wooden den or "crib" in the purlieus of the city, purporting to be the office of one "Diehard," very general Agent and political mountebank ; also, valuator, arbitrator, and referee, in cases of marriage with diseased wive's sisters. &nbsp; Present- Old Diehard and the Lily. Tho LtiT (holding out his hnud) Well, old w' I don't bear nuj mahec, j ou know, moio csptuallj sinco I stumped you so neath in j our \ insane attempt to unseat mo in the valley As V we are bkelj to row in tho samo boat this ses "sion, I havo just looked m to have a that with you But fiist, what a confounded shame it will be if they tin on out that little Bul of j oui 3 n"aui as" I hear they intend doing as uuceieino niously as before DIEHARD Oh, it will bo just like some of thom youug felleis, they am't got no wire's listéis to walk into, that's the long and shoit of it or they would vote for it fast enough 111 bring it m ngui next session, if I am spiucd, that s all The LIL...
ASIATIC LABOR FOR NORTH AUSTRALIA. (From the Adelaide Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
ly ASIATIC LABOR EOR NORTH AUS lio TRALIA. (From the Adelaide Express.) i PEOPLE say Hint fho two grout conditions or success in the Northern Territory aro fertilo soil and congenial chútate. AVe tnko leave to differ from " people." AVo sivy, on the contrary, that both soil and climate moy bo comparatively disregarded if wo can get the one great desi- deratum-LABOn. On that word tho future of North Australia hangs. Or course, " labor" cannot rniso crops upon bare granite, but wo do not suppose that North Australia /* bare granite. Or course, labor cannot producá wealth in n perpetual sirocco ; but wo do net understand that perpetual siroccos ure tho normal condition or Northern Australia. AVe uro quite prepared to bcltevo that Northern Australia has poor land as well as good, and that the weather is not everything that could bo desired, especially if estimated according -to European standards. But, still, we think that Asiatics might not only live whero Europeans would die, but enjo...
THE CALAMITY AT SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
TUE CALAMITY AT SHEFFIELD. THE following uro additional particulars in reference to this sad catastrophe : . Tho bursting of the Dale Dj-ke embankment (says a correspondent of Iho Daily Telegraph), and Iho inundation or tho bcnutiful valley of tho Don, is a calamity which exceeds in ils magnitude and tragic conséquences the, similar disaster which occurred at Holmfirth twelve years ago. Tho scene, now that tho waters luire subsided,-now;, likewise, that tho terror and alarm, tho first wail of anguish and sorrow, and tho last cry of despair have subsided too is mournful even to weariness. It would need the oye of tin inhabitant, or ii familiar spectator of the objects which but three short days sinco wero standing in tho sight of Sheffield, lo ap- preciate the sadness of tho strange waslo which the flood lins covered and has left. Yet thoso very persons who have behold Iho valley in its apparent security, mid who must hove- known every farm mid mill, ovory road mid foolpuHi upon it, ...
THE CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
¡ed I }^rXE CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION, As we predicted in our yesterday's issue, the first annual gathering of the Caledonian Asso- ciation proved a signal success. Tho great ex- ertions made by tho members of tho committee to ensure the games being properly carried out were well rewarded, and that fact will doubtless incite them to renewed efforts on a future occa- sion. AVe have no hesitation in affirming that a larger number of persons of both sexes were assemblod together in the Botanic dardens yes- terday than has ever before congregated in one spot in tho colony of Queensland. From ten o'clock in tho morning until shortly before the programme was finished, the persons employed at the two gates in the capacity of money takers were busy, and all day long there was a large crowd nssemblcd at each gate. Tho total num- ber of visitors, we have been informed by tho committee, who of course are in a position to judge from the number of tickets sold, was over fourjhousand, which is certa...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
!3je Courier. rUBLISHED-DAILY. ij'znyESDAr, MAY 25, ISGI. THE " Military ContributionsBill," which was read a second time and passed through committee on Frida}' last, in the Legisla tive Assembly, is, we belieyc, one which will meet with the same approbation from the country as that which was accorded to it by the members on botli sides of the House. It certainly appears at first sight somewhat extraordinary that in this colony, wbich is so far removed from any probable scene of warfare, that the people in it should be called upon to devote a large amount of money towards the maintenance of a regular soldiery ; but when we con sieler how rapidly tlie colony is extending northwards, how gold and other fields for tlie development of wealth are being dis- covered, we are inclined to agree with the provisions contained in the bill introduced by the Government, and to support the policy enunciated in it of having in the colony a military force numerically larger than that now in it. AVe...
THE STATE OF MARGARET-STREET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
izc, TSE STATE OF MAS&ABET-STSEET. m¿ TO TITE EDITOB OF THE BBISDAÎÎE COtJBIEB. Sin,-Sly attention has jijeen drawn to the manner hi which our Corporation treat some of the ratepayers in reference to the public streets, Petition after petition has been sent in from tho residents in Margaret-street, and nothing has as yet been done to it, beyond laying down à few cart-loads of mould, which has made it worse than it was before. AVhile such streets as Alice-street and Elizaboth-strcot, whero tho population ii scarcely one-quarter so large, and the traffic lesj, can have their streets attended to, and Margaret itreet still neglected. Such a Btato of things i. t' nothing better than a disgrace to the Corpora- tion, and an insult to the ratepayers of this street. I remain, Ice., A RESIDENT.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
Sj$". Auction SaleB. Jj. ~ SATURDAY, MAY 28. TWO ROOMED COTTAGE AND LARGE ALLOTMENT OF LAND, . ÏACING HARCOURT STREET, FORTITUDE VALLEY, Immediately Adjoining tho BOWEN HOTEL. TRUNDLE & CAMERON have received instructions from Mr. John M'Kay to sell, at their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, May 28, at 12 o'clock, All that piece of LAND described in Deed of Conveyance as Lot No. -, being i subdivision of original Portion No. -, in Parish of North Brisbane, whereon is erected a TWO-ROOMED COTTAGE. The above Allotment has an extensive front- age to Harcourt-street, and is witliin Two Chains of BRUNSAVICK STREET, immediately ad- joining the BOAYEN HOTEL. Terms liberal. 4763 ». SATURDAY, MAY 28. KEDRON rfoTEL, Fronting tho Main Roatl to Sandgate, containing ELEVEN ROOAIS, With sii-stalled Stable, Stock-yard, Pig-stye. ALSO, TWO ACRES OF LAND Under cultivation, with Pines, Arrowroot, Mul- berry Trees, Peaches, &e., io., io. TRUNDLE i CAAIERON have received in- structions ...
SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
i ¿lufa SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. %* MAT 25.-Queensland, steamer, 500 tons, Captain Curphey, from Rockhampton the 19th instant, via Gladstone and Maryborough. Pas- sengers: Mrs. AA'all-er, Mrs. Philpot and 3 . children, Mrs. Conuelv and 3 children, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Watson," Mrs. AVebb, and Mrs. Power, Miss Power, Messrs. Dunn, Griffiths, Pemberton, Ruien, Bell, Prosser, Douglass, AVebb, Buchamian, Young, Young, Squib, Stirratt, AVilhams, Davis, Brown, Haziel, Freeny, O'Donoughc, J. E. Brown, Cameron, , Story, and 70 in the steerage IMPORTS. Douglas, from Newcastle : 80 tons coal, S2 bales hay, 85 bags bran, 1200 pollings, H. S. Grenfell. Irswrcn STEIJIEB3.-This morning tho &lt;. Bremer will start from Harris' wharf at lmlf past-nine o'clock, and the Brisbano from the A.S.N. Company's wharf at eleven o'clock. The Yarra Yarra will leave for Sjdney at 10 o'clock this morning. The steamer Clarence will leave for Rock- hampton direct, at 10 o'clock to-night. The City of Brisbane, steame...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 25 May 1864
S1 STEAM TO IPSWICH. -Tho ._ AMY will load Cargo THIS " - DAT for Ipswich, at ORR & HONEYMAN'S Wharf. Brisbano, May 21. 4SS1 ~ FOR IPSWICH. -mHE Steamer SETTLER, on &lt;-L THURSDAY Next, tho 2Gth -'instant, at 11 a.m., from Raff's Wharf. P. W. JACKSON, 4943 _ Master. QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION * COMPANY. THE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS- LAND, will lcavo for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, -l8 hours after arrival. 53 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Tlie YARRA YARRA, This Day, WEDNESDAY, May 25, at 10 a.m. TO ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, This Day, WEDNESDAY, May 25, at 10 p.m. No ndvimco in rates. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Day, WEDNES- DAY, May 25, at 11 a.m. The IPSWICH, THURSDAY, May 2G, at 11-30 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, FRIDAY, May 27, at 1 p.m. The IPSWICH, SATURDAY, May 2S, at 1 p.m. HENRY O'REILLY, Agoiit. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbano. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Reduotion in tho Frei...
THE EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH IN IPSWICH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 26 May 1864
TEE EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH Z.V IPSWICH. TO WIE EDITOR OF TUE DBISBAXE COURIER. SIR,-In Ipstviih wo hnve got n chuiih, nnd ni Brisbnno a Bishop AVhnt tlio pritiso uses of cithei are, I am ut a loss to comm t I lnboiod undor tho impiission n bishop uns a stott ard of tho chmth, «lioso busuits-, it tvus by careful supermtcndinto to foi wai d hu in tercsts, und nbovo all things to seo to Ibu spn i tunl tvclfnro of the congicguttons committed to his chargo But how far this has been dont can bo best mdgcdfiom the fact that so tom plctdy neglected are the Lpisiopiihans m Ipswich, that tho Sunday school foi some tuno hus been allowed lo du india donn, sons no longer to haï o nu existence, und pin cuts in conscqucnco mo compelled to send thou little ones to tho Congi egationul Sund ty School so that thoy muy not grow u[ mulei n bishop s uoso m a stale of heathenism, 01 «hit is about tlio same ono of fho-o isms thitOvfoid and High Churchmen uro so much in the Imbil of disseminating Surely the e ...