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HISTORY OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

HISTORY OF AMERIpA. . From what is the term America derived ? From .' a merry key," in which the Yan-ifcey* dance to the tune of Y&nkey doodle. For what is America famous P For not paying its debts. For what is it celebrated P For " going-a-head," taking the sharpness out of the lightning, the growls from thunder, fury from tempests, and a tarnation deal of impudence from gunpowder. What is the character of the free-born American citizen P Two-thirds sea serpent, four-fifths alligator, three-fourths torpedo, and the rest steam. Are the fine arts celebrated in this great country P Yes ; particularly that of " lynching ;" and the dexterity of the more refined, in gouging out the eye, biting off the nose, aiul tearing ort' the scalp is wonderful. Are the Americans also remarkable for their social virtues P Yen; as partîculaily exemplified in tlie hafd nesi of their bargains, and their cheese, and the softness of their powder. Do trade and commerce flourish in America P Wonderfu...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. MEXICO. (From the Britannia, August 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. , MEXICO. (From Ute Britannia, August l.J The West Indian mail steam packet Avon arrived at Southampton on Wednesday morning, bring- ing important intelligence from Mexico. When the Avon left the Gulf the following was the most recent news on the sea coast : The American army at Vera Cruz amounts to about 4,000 men of the ten new regiments lately organised, and the remainder were expected daily, when the whole army would amount lo 10,000 men. On the night of the 10th of June,. 1600 mules were taken by a guerilla party, which was supposed .to amount to 200 men. General Scott was still at Puebla awaiting reinforcements, as in Mexico they are making preparations for a strong -defence. Santa Anna had been declared dictator, on condition that he will not, under any circum- stances, treat for peaoc ; and it is, generally sup- posed by those who are best acquainted w ith the Mexican character that the Americans must con- quer the whole country before there...

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VARIETIES. A MEXICAN WAKE. (From an admirable article in Fraser's Magazine for June.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

VARIETIES. A MEXICAN WAKE. rFront an admirable article in Eraser's Maga- zine for June. J Tue assembly to which Perico had admitted me presented a strange aspect. About twenty men and women of the poorest class were seated in a circle, talking, shrieking, and gesticulating. A fetid, cadaverous odour, hardly smothered by the smoke of cigars and the fumes of Xeres and chin- guirito, (sugar-cane brandy), filled the room. In a corner of the apartment was placid a table loaded with provisions of all sorts, with cups, bottles, and flasks. At a more distant table, the seated gamblers mingled the jingle of copper money with the techni- cal terms of manie,auù quarrelled for piles of cuar- tillas and tlacos, (the cuartilla is equal to three halfpence, the tlaco to three farthings), with the excitement caused by strong drinks. Under the tripple inspiration of wine, women,and gambling, the orgie, which I saw at its- commencement, ap- peared as if it would quickly make formidable pro- gress ; bu...

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RICHMOND RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

RICHMOND RIVER. The Season.-Never was there a finer season ; abundance of grass by moderate rains and genial heats ; the fall of lambs very satisfactory, and the clip of this season much heavier than usual, as the wool, from necessity, was shorn in grease, for want of hands to wash it. The few shearers em the river were demanding 6s., anel even 7s. a day for washing-a rate out of all reason, which left the flockmasters no alternative. J^et not our southern friends envy us this genial season. The weather, like Fortune's favours, is perhaps more evenly distributed than casual observers may be willing to admit, l^ast year we were nearly all drotvn,d-dead he«re ; now the atmospheric adjust- ment reverses the scale, and we enjoy the most delightful weather. The Blacks.-Several murders are reported as committed by the blacks on solitary travellers ; one is certain. A shepherd travelling from the head of the Clarence to the Richmond lost his way, and meeting with some blacks, was by them m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

THE GREATEST CURES OF ANY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT ARE PATRONISED BY MANY OF THE GREATEST MEDICAL MEN OF THE DAY. '* The Physiology of the prospectus of Hol- loway'» Pills and Ointment is, , 1 must say, unexceptionable, and tallies with the received opinions of the first Medical Practitioners-not only in Great Britain, but also in France, Italy, ?and Germany, I say this, not from hearsay but from personal experience, as 1 have practibed in those countries. " S. Kenny, M. D., and M. II. C. S., ?' Medical Lecturer. " Charles-street, Euston-square, " Londun." npiIE following are a few of the distinguished .?. names who have used the Ointment in the public Establishments to which they were attached, or recommended it in private practice : air B. C. Brodie, Bart., F. R. S., one of the Council of Surgeons, Sergeant Surgeon to the Queen, Surgeon to St. George's Hospital, &c. Sir li. Dobson, Knt., M. D., K. C. B., Physician . to the Royal Hospital, Green...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

BIRTH.   At New Farm, on the 6th instant, Mrs. Robert Mackenzie, of a daughter. MARRIED.   On the 2nd Dec, at All Saints' Church, Parra-   matta, by the Rev. Robert L. King, B.A., George F. Leslie, Esq , fourth son of William Leslie, Esq. of Warthill, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to Emmelíne. Maria, fifth daughter of Hannibal Macarthur, ' Esq., M.C., of Vineyard, Parramatta.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

  STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE TAMAR     WILL SAIL ON Tuesday, 11th January, And on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER, Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane. I 4*»hä' THE STEAM PACKET JpÄf * EXPERIMENT ^l&W^ ' IS N0 W R U NN1NG >Slk , between ggs-SSasO*- IPSWICH and BRISBANE, and will continue her trips, starting from Brisbane every Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; and from Ipswich" esery Tuesday, Thuisday, and Saturday. ' '*'' ' ' * A' large building has been erected on the Wharf' at Ipswich, and everything provided for the pur- pose of protecting wool and other goods from ueti Shippers may now depend on the utmost cine and attention being paid to their goods, and the strictest regularity observed in liansnutting all Wool, Sic, in its turn. The accommodations for passengers being greatly improved, and a good Stcwaid provided, p,n ties can be supplied with all they can rcquiie on boa id. Cuiin Passage, 6s. ; Steer...

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WIDE BAY SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

WIDE BAY SERVANTS. An absurd report having got abroad amongst the labouring classes that the Magistrates presiding at Ipswich had not power to adjudicate in cases wherein the litigants were residents in the Wide Bay district, we think it necessary to state that there is not the slightest foundation for such report, and that Magistrates of the Territory, and all in this district are such, have power to entertain all cases between masters and servants that may be brought before them. We regret to learn that in consequence of a misinterpretation of the opinion put forth by one of the Magistrates, to the effect that the Ipswich Court had not jurisdiction over cases from Wide Bay, a good deal of insubordination prevailed amongst the men proceeding to that locality. They have, however, since been undeceived, and we trust that, now the jurisdiction of the Bench is thus publicly made known, no further disputes on the point will occur amongst the employers and employed in that neighbourhood....

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 8 January 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IPSWICH. fFrom our Correspondent.J Wednesday, 5th January, 1848.?- In consequence of the inclemency of the weather, but one Magi- strate attended, E. B. Uhr, Esq., the small debts cases could not therefore be entered into, and were consequently adjourned for a fortnight. There were only two cases on the summons list, viz., one under the Masters' and Servants' Act was dismissed, no parties appearing ; and the case of Thomas Standing v. George Spyres, for assault, was adjourned to Wednesday, the 19th hist. The Court was engaged for a short time in mustering tieketvot-lcave, receiving applications for timber licenses, and assessment returns. His Worship, previous io leaving the Bench, intimated publicly his intention of grunting summonses and adjudicating in all cases under the Hired Servants' Act, which might arise at Wide Bay ; and he did so in consequence of reports which had been cir- culated, and which left an erroneous impression on the minds of parties loc...

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TIDE TABLE. HIGH WATER AT GOVERNMENT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

" " TÍÜE TABLE: ,., »; BÍGII'WATKH AT GOVERNMENT \VIUK*V fUn-.'Uhií i ' i- v .' 'íiJ MORIV. KVKN. jVJaní Jiíi-Saturday ..-...,.'.. * G.23 7.7' **? ", . id-Sunday .... A'. , 7.44 8.17 17-Monday. 8.47 9.14 l8--Tuesday .. .._J... , 9.39 10.2 «r ' ,- 19-Wednesday.. ;. 10.27 k, 10.43-, ?,'\ ,20^-Thursday'.'... 11-3 " 11.21 V 21-Friday. 11.38 11.5(5

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SELECT POETRY. THE DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

SEÍ~E'C T? fÖ È% R V. )v*v THEk BQUÖIOES.* #" ¿ . > ;^X^PJ0JI>J WH 0,0 D . ' ^ s , Are the 3trongest;that ever «bubbled ! "~V '." r'<( .J." T«i ,.-4 ... !,.'.->,- i ^ , There's double beauty whenever: a swan »Swim» on a lake with à double thereon ; '. And ask ^the gardener. Luke or John, . ' ^' i ,vOf the beauty Of double blowing-1' ? A double dahlia delights the eye ; ' -L ' ' Anil its far,the loveliest sight in the sky : " ' When a double rainbdw is glowing. ' There's warmth in a pair of double soles ; As well ás a double allowance of coals- ( " In A coat that is double breasted p >" In double windows and double doors J a And^a double U wind is blest by scores, For its warmth tp the tender chested. There's a two-fold < sweetness in double pipes : And,a double barrel and double snipes. < t j. 4 Give the sporlsmau a, duplícala pleasure ; There's double safety in, double locks, - And;double letters bring cash for the box ; And all the worl...

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LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

, LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND ON the 27th ultimo the splendid ship Walmer Castle, Captain Thome, arrived in Sjdney, fiom London, having left Gravesend on (he 7th, and Stait Point on the 1 lth of September.' During litt)-four days, she aveiagcd one hundred and nimty-fne uni s peí diem. <f , t .. < His Excellency Ähijor-General Wynyard, the Commander of the Fortes, and suite, w ere amongst the passengers. ' * ' 1 The mail brought by the above named vessel is unusually small. A ' Rumouis ot-* nar wen? ufe in ttlie southein Eui opean fatiitis,! attributable, mainly to the un^ ioitutiute Spanish mm i inges, and the selfish ob- stinacy of Lotus Philippe, A large Eusnáfi bh-anjci/eallrtí the Britannia, had made the passage'from AWI jçu to I j ver pool in the extraordinary slioit bpaeeot twelve days, beating the large Ameiican steamer tVashinyicn by two d«iy»._, The <&>//?/, Britein had^Jierti^flp.itrd o(T the strand at Duncljruni. Bay^Iw here^he...

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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

lA'M THE WOOL'TRA'DE. W Y exli ict .the following from Bill's Messenger of the Olli Sepiiniberr wini h will no doubt be in- te r« sting to'oiir read« i s in the bush - The in port? of wool during the past week h ive been on a v« i y extensive sea li, viz , 560 bales from the Cape, 220 from Hamburgh, 540 irom f«»rt Phillip, 4200 fioni Sydney, and 800 lrom various other quaitcrs. li he best /qualities J^f Lnglish and, colonial wools aie in stcielv request by pirvate* conliatt, bjit llicinferior kinds ait aduil inquiry. 11 icy ser «s oí wool sales, almost wholly ot co lonul grui llij which commented on the 10th of August, w«c brought to atVrinination on the 31st. Features di singular interest-were dibpliycd at thí«e sales>(:.foreign buyers eompcting strongly with our/i(4lirs'ând manuía« liners, but not with any lep/arkalle succ*ss. Ifie stocks» of the co- lon ial/stapTe aije blunt. 'Hie salesrooms were crowefcd each day. Trom'thc most con ect souiccs wH o/e thus advJsed as to the co...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. "Jan, 14. Champion,schooner,Stevens, from Syd ., j» y the 8th December,and Port Stephens the 4th inst. ! Passengers-Stfveir in the , steerage', j,' * , *i'x ' f * t, William", a*uop«>r, Ttyfâe, from Sydncyl. the 2nd -inst."*" * passengers -Mr ."'Bogle,' and Mr .^Bryant.) j ' $r í-\-, Î ,« f, Mary Ann, t ¿chonner.^-'Brown, from) Sydney tto?2niLand Broken Bay the4th i inst. Passenger- Mr. Glover,":iud seven in the steerage. IMPORTS. ' Champion.- 1 partil, R. Graham; 1 Dray, Henton; I bag eui rants, 1 hhd brandy,50 twgs flour, 8 bags bran, W. Gray and Cn. ; 1 cask salt, 4 bags,eilyar. 2 rhests tear laidley ; 6 barrels heirings, Harris; 1 bale, 1 keg,..! box, I cask,,2 boxes soap, 2' boxes mustard, 3 boxes pickles, Power ; ;55 bags sugar, 9 casks B. ale, 6 casks porter,! baie leather, 40 bags flour, 9 bags bran, 12. chests tea,.8 boxes soap, '1 box, 1 truss, ö cases'. "4'cabk>; lease oil;-1 hhd 9* "niats-Btrgar.^J cases-,- rmat, '1 pat spice,. 1 ca...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

\¡ PUBLIC MEETING. ,, NOTICE is hereby given that a PUBLIC MEETING^ Jhe STOCKHOLDERS, and other petsorio" uttcrcotcd-in-the introduction" of Indian Labourers into this-district; will be held at the Caledonian Hoteli in North Brisbane, on MONDAY, the 17th day of January, 1848, at noon; to take into consideration such measures as may then be submitted. A. S, LYON, Secretary to the Labour Association. Courier Office, Dec. 4, 1847. BRISBANE ANNIVERSARY. ! REGATTA, TO take place on Wednesday, the 26th instant, when the following RACES Hill come off: j 1ST MATCH. . For Whaleboat«, pulling five oars. \\ 2ND MATCH. For foi r-oared Gigs. 3BD MATCH. For fottr-oared Gigs,< pulled by Amateurs. 4TH MATCH. For Boats pulling two oars. J 5TH MATCH. For ditto by Amateurs only. Gi H MATCH., For Scullers., i 7TH MATCH. , For, ditto for Amateurs. " . i. ' 8TH MATCH. . For a Dingy and Gig. . , ? 9TH MATCH. K Whaleboat Race, for Aboriginal Crews only. ! CAPT. FREEMAN, H.M., Umpire. K. CANNAN, ...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

THE íflortíon oat» Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1843. * tVÈ'cpritinue to hope that the approaching meeting on the all-important question of the introduction of Indian labour, will be ' numerously attended. Of course the al - iteration which has been made in the day of meeting will be an admirable excuse to, some .people for their o\\ a apathy. There are some minds which tvill feel quite refreshed with so plausible a reason ¿or doing nothing ; they would have been "jiiost happy to attend the meeting, but unfortunately the day was altered ; they were pieparcd to subscribe most hand- somely, Lut they could not be down by the I7ih> To make the gieat question of whether or no Indian labour is to be ob- tained for these northern districts, hinge "on a blunder about as to a day, is worthy of such minds. We cannot account for such fatal; indifférence ;<we consider it to belan imperative and disagreeable duty'to Vam "all 'einployeis'of labour of their 'danger! , ,We all know ...

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EXTRACTS. DR. CHALMERS ON NATIONAL EDUCATION (From the London Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

EXTRACTS. ^ ¿áíCHAlÁíÉRS' ON^ÀTIONAL EDUCATION v 4yW)/tFrom life London Morning Herald.J r , *vA^yBRYiremarkable paper has justt found its 2l ' way into {the newspapers ~ remarkable, alike -ñ' /.-irorothe character of the person whose writing jt ' is, the moment at «hieb, and the circumstances '» ..-> .under which, it wa» britten'; and tlie calm, miU¡ i, . ¿ and really liberal sen tjment ijt breathes.,, " x' ~. «?ff-Ç;{ialme(r81» ^^appears, when,'' a few weeks , back', he jnade a ehorjt ¿tey in England, had a conversation with Mr. Fox Manie, on the late "* educational controversy,. The latter ."struck with the idea« thrown'out'by his'venerable friend, be í*i _ «ought hinv ta commit thernlto_ianet!i_an ina't he_ . ' (Mr. Màule) might bave,it in his powerfto refer to them, and to make 'other * public men acquainted with the nature and tendency of',the doctors views.' While on his way home,' duringa short stay at Whitfield", in Gloucestershire, Dr. Chalmers found time to'do this; an...

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CAUDLE REDIVIVUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

CAUDLE REDIVIVÜS. THE following, from some unknown correspon- dent, will answer we think about as well as any- thing that has been got up in this part of the workl for a , (MR.) CAUDLE CURTAIN LECTURE. Oh dear ! your head always aches, Mrs. Caudle, I believe, whenever I wish to be a little more con- fidential than usual, or to say a word about our future prospects ; but that is not half so bad as my trouble just novV, and what is worse, I fear ¡t is incurable. What am I up to now did you say P How can you ask that question, when you very well know that such looking collars and bosoms as mine are enough to disquiet a saint ? What is it you say, the steamer is not in, and there's no starch to be had in ,the settlement P Fiddlesticks ! stuff-a-nonsensei IMl'not"believe it, Mrs. Caudle. Going to talk all night again, did you say P Good gracious, can't'I have the privilege of speaking a¡ word in my, own virtuous bed, .arid in the most endearing, affectionate manner, too, without your gru...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

VARI ET IE S. ''-'ANECDOTE,'o^ remarkable' personage years was a1^sharp-witted.[little fellow'named'Johii Boyle,who published a periodical called The Free-; Holder- lAs"BoyleUM not see thai,atiy;Peculiar; dignity hedged the corruptCorporation of; Cork, his1 Freeholder was remarkable?'''for^eyérV'an'd' satirical remarks 'upon its member^.collectively and personally: T O wing to^lie yery_ grèatprecàu^. tioris as 'teVtrie mode of publication, it was' next to impossible for the 'Corporation to proceed against hirri for libel :n^if they could haveVdone so his punishment vvas'certain, for in those, days' there were none but " Corporation juries,1?- ahí the' fact that Boy le' Was ;h«ist¡Íe to themunicipal clique, was quite enough for thèse worthy ixelminisUatprsof justice;'; Italia ppenedon the'occasion;p'fa; crowded benefit, at,tile?,theatre; thiiV.Boyle^ntV^one:óf ;:tho moment.,; A sudden crush drove the[scçibgagainst' the sheriff, .arid the. concussion ; was ;so, great tliat; the latter...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 15 January 1848

T H E 1 \\I STEAM: TO SYDNEY. E TAMAR ILL SAIL ON TUESDAY, 18TH JANUARY, And on every alternate Tuesday, as formerly. G. S. TUCKER», Agent. H. R. S. N. Company's Wharf, South Brisbane. á4®3 T H E STEAM PACKET Af EXPERIMENT JJÛ4 ; IS NOW RUNNING ==£."?'¿ÉzÊz?lJ ' between ' , -sscäS^»' IPSWICH AND BRISBANE, and Will'continuc her trips, starting from Brisbane every Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; and from Ipswich every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. ' ' A large building has been erecteel on the Wharf at Ipswich? and everything provided for the put pose of protecting wool and other goods from wet. Shippers may now depend on the utmost care and attention- being ptid to their goods, and the strittest regularity observed in transmitting all Wool, &c, in its turn The accommodations for passengers being greatly improved, and a good Steward provided, parties can be supplied willi all they can require on board. ' CABIN PASSAGE, 6S. ; STEERAGE. 1S. ' H. R. ELKINS. Ipswich. Dec. 22, 184...

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