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SHIPPING. CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
SHIPPING. CLEARANCE. MAT 27.—William, brigantine, 188 tons, Captain P. Dickson for Maryborough, in ballast. IPSWICH STEAMERS.—This morning the Nowra will start from Harris' Wharf at 9 o'clock ; and the Bremer from Raff's Wharf at noon. The Brisbane also will leave the A. S. N. Company's Wharf at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The City of Brisbane, steamer, will leave for Sydney st 1 o'clock this afternoon. The Elisabeth, schooner, reported inwards yesterday at the Customs, with a cargo consist- &nbsp; ing of 70 cypress pine piles, from Bribie Island. She left the Maud on Wednesday at 1 p.m., and anchored off the market wharf at 1 p.m. yesterday. She reports that two schooners, bound north, passed Bribie Island on Wednes- day morning. They were probably the Rose and the Unknown. The Queensland and the Clarence, steamers, both crossed the river bar during Wednesday night. The brig Miss Kilniansegg will proceed to Newcastle on leaving this port, and thence she is bound to Adelaide w...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
THE LATE FIRE. FLAVELLE BROTHERS & CO., TEWELLERS, WATCHMAKERS, ANT. ^ OPTICIANS, X) ESPEOTFULLY inform the Public that jji) until tho Promises occupied by thom pre vious to tho lato calamitous Uro aro repaired they will carry on business in CAPTAIN COLEY'S STORE, GEOROE-STREET._37G3 ?J- PIANOS FOR SALE. NOW LANDING, ox Salvia, Throo Superioi PIANOS, by Allison, with all lates l^provcmcuts. Apply to 1|- "¿073_J. & G. HARRIS. KEGS Primo Wollongong Butter, at H. S. GRENFELL'S. 5058 u 100 BAGS Primo Seed Oats. U. S. GRENFELL. 5059 BALES Oaten and Lucerno Hay. H. S. GRENFELL. 50G2 12,000 HOBART TOWN Pnlings. II. S. GRENFELL. 50GO h f TONS Adelaide Silk-dressed Flour, now / 0 landing. H. S. GRENFELL, Eagle M /I AGAREY'S, MARCHANT'S, and BAR ÍL KER'S FLOUR for Salo bv "5010 MOLISON, BLACK ,x SAflTH. BRAN, ten tons, a fresh shipment, for Sale hy 5011 MOLISON, BLACK & SMITH. TASMANIA OATS, a small lol, for Sale by 5012 MOLISON, BLACK & SMITH. CIOLONIAL HARDWO...
The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
®&e Coûtiez PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 18B1. THE vice-regal speech at tho opening of the second session of 18(53 promised a comprehensive measure of electoral re- form, and announced that a census of the population would be taken in order that the subject might be dealt with "in a " manner befitting its importance." Noc maii)r weeks before, the Colonial Secretary lud promised the electors of Brisbane, previous to his rejection for tlio city, that lie would introduce a " comprehensive " system" of reform ; and, a very short time after that promise was made, he stated, iu a post prandial oration nt Ips- wich, that ho did not think tlio time li.ul arrived when the question of electoral re- form could be discussed. Such an act of inconsistency as this would have brought disgrace upon any one who was not a Cabinet minister, but they have a way of explaining things on the Treasury benches which is peculiar to the occupants of those seats, and which, however clever, can sca...
COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
COaJAIEKCIAL. CorniER Office, Friday Evening. THE pa»t week hi.« not b-en leiuirkiiblo for a tu m in bu-incs altliouirh sonic houses have recencd hrge orUi» The dour nwkct 1= quiet a« the high puce ruling arc limiting trin action» to n"tual lequi-einonts lho quo talions are -for Adilaule be t brands, £32 pel ton , an 1 foi Tr manun, -£27 The cargo of potntûe» ox Uibei, ni, »old ycsterdai at Rrll s wharf, at au average of £S pel ton and the bihnte of the cargo co isist ms of oats palm: , Ac , ieihs«.d fair rnl"s lhere arc vin few alterations to make m p-ieos Oils are udiancing in price an 1 linseed i» now quoted at Gs Gd to 7s per gallo i \\ e a-e informel tint a con»i la-able pu eel his it ceutlv chang«. 1 bind , p-ivatch, it Gs Gd per gallon lurpentme al»o comnnnds increased rates and quotations are non ran ¿ring from 10s Gd to 11s bl per gallon The airimls during the week have been-the Ararv Grant, Abbei, and Dough», from colonial ports, and the Salin from london The former Vessel...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
Auction Sales. THIS DAY. TWO ROOMED COTTAGE AND LARGE ALLOTMENT OF LAND, ÏAOIN» HARCOURT STREET, FORTITUDE VALLEY, Immediately Adjoining tho BOAVEN HOTEL. TRUNDLE & CAMERON hnvo received instructions from Mr. John M'Kay to sell, at their Rooms, Queen-street, on SATURDAY, May 28, »t 12 o'dock, All that piece of LAND described in Deed of Conveyance »s Lot No. -, being subdivision of original Portion No. -, in Parish of North Brisbane, whereon is erected a TWO-ROOMED COTTAGE. Tlio above Allotment has au extensive front- age to Harcourt-street, and is within Two Chains of BRUNSAVIOK STREET, immediately ad- joining tho BOWEN nOTEL. Terms liberal. 4763 THIS DAY. KEDRON HOTEL, Fronting the Main Road to Sandgate, containing ELEA'EN ROOMS, With six-stalled Stable, Stock-yard, Pig-stye. ALSO, TWO ACRES OF LAND Under cultivation, xvith Pines, Arrowroot, Mul- berry Trees, Peaches, etc., &c, ¡cc. TRUNDLE & CAMERON have received in- structions from Mr. Bridges, to sdl at t...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
Auction Sales. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. QUEENSLAND. IMPORTANT SALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, OF PASTORAL PROPERTIES. AT THK ROOMS, EAST-STREET, IPSWICH. FASSIFERN, 35 miles from Ipswich, xvith 10,800 Sheep, 1000 head of Cattle, 350 Tf-.-scB and the celebrated Imported Bulls, JLOEIMILTS and OCEAN CHIEF, nnd tho wlchrated Imported Entiro Horses, PIONEER, SIRDAR, YOUNG SAMSON, and BLUE \LYMIRAL. CnpabUitics ; 12,000 Sheep, and -1000 Cattle. MOOGERAH (adjoining Fassifern), with 3000 head of Cattle, 20 horses, and tho cele- brated imported Bull Stanley. Capabilities, 10,000 to 12,000 cattle. TAROOM (adjoining Moogerah), with 3000 head of Cattle, 20 Horses, nnd tho celebrated imported Bull Bremer. Capabilities, 8000 cattle. PALM-TREE CREEK, in tho Leichhardt District, xvith 14,195 Sheep, and 100 head of Cuttle. Capabilities, 23,000 sheep. TAMBOREEN, 40 miles from Ipswich, with 1500 head of Cattle. Capabilities, 4000 cuttle. MERRIVALE, in the District of Marmion, with 7359 Sheep. Capabilities, 15,000 t...
TELEGRAPH NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRECPONDENTS.) SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
TElAGRAPUlü NEWS. (ruOM OCR THralUrlHO CORHEarONDENTa) S\D>1A' A IIRGI (ho occiiiud at Toibca ]n«t ininim bv ninth «eieitil «tores n en dchoicd A mail namul dist has bun committal on i elim gc of forge i y llio govi liinn nt have decidid to di duct four pel ant from the silants of the omi «tiviint foi Hit purpose of founding n «upei initiation fund A lingi «ale of neu Pntna rai lins beul hild The pruts averaged £19 8» per ton Tin floui maikct is quiet Knut is quoted nt from 2» Od to Is 3d , and is dull "\tl LBOURM: Hour is fnmir m puci Bice is nnproiing ADLL VIDE P-ulianient was opined this dnj bl His Ei eelhnoi tho Govi mor In the vico ngnl speech allusion «as made to tho su^pen ion of tho ïioilhirn lirritoii customs mid tho lliirriv Ruer dutns, nl«o to nn Innudul Lnnd Act IN OUI report of the procudmgs of the unter polite court on Ihm «dni last a hpographieal errol occuned, bj ninth it i«. made to appear that the l'olico Ata^i troto adjudicated ni tin ci^cs brought against Hit ...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE GERMAN LUTHERAN MISSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
CORRESPONDENCE THE GERMAN LUTHERAN MISSION. &nbsp; TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR,-Mr. Gericke has discovered "a mare's &nbsp; nest," and like most champions of a tottering and weak cause, he seeks to make a great deal of it. My letter, from which the objectionable &nbsp; paragraph referred to by Mr. Gericke was ex- tracted, was written and in the hands of the printer on Sunday evening, as you, Mr. Editor, very well know, and would have appeared on Monday morning had not other and more im- portant mail necessitated its exclusion from &nbsp; &nbsp; that issue. I mentioned this to Mr. Schirmeister when he called on me on the Monday after- &nbsp; noon. Had I have seen the documents Mr. Schirmeister exhibited to me before writing my letter, it is possible I may have expressed &nbsp; myself in different terms. The whole subject, however, is now in the hands of the Govern- ment, and I am content to abide by their decision...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN & DICKSON, at 11 o'clock, at the City Auction Mart : Stove, Cheese, Hardware, Groceries, Ten Shares Queensland Insurance Company. MR. W. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, atTattersall's &nbsp; Horse Bazaar : Horses, &c., &c. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND & CO., at 11 o'clock, at the Newmarket Horse Repository : Horses, Drays, Harness. MESSRS. TRUNDLE & CAMERON, at 12 &nbsp; o'clock, at their Rooms : Land and Cottage, Fortitude Valley ; Kedon Hotel ; Allotments near Bowen Terrace. MESSRS. FRASER & BUCKLAND, at 12 o'clock, at the Commercial Sale Rooms : 220 lots, on Logan Road.
SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 27. BEFORE Chief Justice Cockle. MUNCE v. BUCKLAND. &nbsp; &nbsp; THIS was an issue directed by His Honor the &nbsp; &nbsp; Chief Justice, to try whether certain goods &nbsp; seized by the Sheriff of Queensland, under an &nbsp; execution, at the suit of the defendants against Colin Munro, were at the time of the seizure &nbsp; &nbsp; the property of the said Colin Munro, or his &nbsp; &nbsp; trustees, the plaintiffs in the issue, under an &nbsp; assignment executed to them by the said Colin Munro, for the benefit of his creditors on the 5th May, 1864. Mr. Gore Jones appeared for the plaintiff, the claimants in the issue, and the Attorney- &nbsp; General represented the defendant, the execu- tion creditor in the issue. John Petrie, J.P., examined by the Mr. Gore &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jones, deposed, that he attested the signatures of Colin ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 28 May 1864
MARRIAGE. DAVIDSON—GADEN.—On April 20th, at Rock- hampton, by the Rev. S. Kelly, Adam, second son of S. Davidson, Esq., M.D., Aberdeen, Scotland, to Cecilia, second daughter of the late William Gaden, Esq., Belgian Consul at Sydney, New South Wales.
KNEBWORTH. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
KNEBWORTH. (rnosr A COBBESPOSDEST.) Moy 19. I TEU3T by tho time this reaches y ou that Mr Douglas has obtained a committee to mi estigolo tho lato roturn of our ruembei foi tho Lcich hordt To let such o coso pass would bo highly dongorous to society, and any unsciupulous muustry could olwoys return their mon when over they choso, especially whin tho wut is issued m tho months of Januoiy, robiimiy, or March, as you moy depond on tho countiy be mg more or less Hooded at that timo of theyeoi There con bo not tho slightest objection to Mi A". Boyds sitting os our mcmbei " piouded' ho is constitutionally returned Thoeleitois of tho Leichhardt distnct ought to luno o voice m the v return of their member, and not a smoU ' comer hko Taroom, containing about 20 votcis How oui Hituinuig Othcei could cou struo tho Ait in such o manuel will puzzle many intelligent beings, and no doubt hi w ill rather find it o tough )ob to justify his pioceed mgs before the Committee I am quid positti o w e sho...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BBISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE COSCERT. TO THE EDIT0B OF THE . BBISBANE COÜBIEB. Snt,-As I understand that Mr. and Mrs. Aitkinson's services were entirely voluntary at tho concert, of Friday evening, would it not bo a well deserved and graceful compliment ou tho port of tho Committee to ropeot tho perform- ance for tho benefit of that lady and gentleman who so woll sustained their respective parts, and wore the means of its being what the Press and audience unanimously pronounced it to be-a completo success. J I havo heard that tho receipts amounted t -11 £G0, wiiieh, after allowing £10 for cxpenso-f»'1 will leovo a very handsome sum towards the Organ fund. Yours, o.e., "/ MERIT.
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
ititi' -~ - '' "osa . CRICKET MATCH. '1 AMtTCiiwas ployed on Saturday between sides chosen o\ MLSSIS J AV AVdkio and J Cowlishaw, fiom tho 11 pi csentat tv o« of Queuis land in the match w ith ¡s\ dno\ Soi el al of HIL pla>LI s were absent and then places weie filled up bj substitutes AVilkio s side handle d tho willow lust Deedes b\ somo uu good pim headed the SPOIL with 21 Afticm~U was mxt with o will otu neil 11, MGinth and Jiuoba obtaiiiLil 10 and 7 ro-pocti\dy m rattling st^lo Iho bowling na» fan, Shan s, howoioi, was ^LH bumpy Tho innings closed with a SCOIL of 70 Pel Cowlishaw s side, G Cowlishaw mido the highest scoio (9) m toluoblo sl\le , nono of the lest of tho team «niece Ud m makin* oui 0 and Iho innings dostd foi 3b Iho fielding was m somo casis loo«i, and tho dukness ot the oieiung caused the wickets to full liilhci quickl\ ton aids tho end of the inning« MB AVin.ii s SIDE A J Greonh, b Shaw 0 J B Dixon, b Boigu I F G Deedes, inn out 21 P At'Gi ith b J Cowlishaw 10...
QUEENISLAND GOVERNMENT DE. BENTURES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE C0URIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
QUEENISLAND GOVERNMENT DE DENTURES. TO Tnr. EDITOB Or THE BBISBASE C0UBIEB. Sut,-Iho following pauigioph, oxtracted fi oin y oui epitomo of new s m to duy s Com iel, coin ey s such on unti uthful piclui e of tho luían ciol position occupied by Queensland m the London Money Alaiket that I moko no apology foi O'-king you to collect it in y oin next issue You say 'Tiom the statement of tho Colo mai liLtisiiiLi it appears that tho hist diaft of otu now dcbentuies did not move oil satis fiietouly in tho London Monoy Market The limit was Club with mtti est the pi ice leahsed was considirably below poi Such a itsiilt piomises badH loi tho negotiation of the larger louis pending Non, what tho Colonial Tioosurci did say was-" Hie hunt fixed b\ tho Union Bank under instiuetions fiom the gouumicnt was £10fa, ox cltisiio of mkiist leudéis weie sent in foi £313 000, of winch C21 100 w ci e sold nt alni aboi c the hunt of £107 Os 2d the a^clu0ü of tho whole Undeis ULina £105 10s gi o»s So that no...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
TO THE EDITOlt 01? THE BUISB-SE COUBIEB. Sut'-I trust that you will bo kind ouough to insert o few words from mo with roforenco to the conduct, of two of the gentlemen who wero to havo sung at tho lato concert. Thoso gentle- men, Sir, somo weeks back, promi sed the con- ductor to sing, and practised until the very evening beforo the concert. They actually at- tended on that evening, and one of them who was to havo sung the tenor solos declined to sing becnuso there was no platform. The other, who must possess imitativo faculties of tho schoolboy order, onnouiiced his intention of following his leader, and neither of them came forward. Tho f.ict that Iho tenor did not sing is, perhaps, as affecting the success of the coli- coli, not to bo deplored, when tho miserable failure which attended his effort on a previous occasion is remembered ; but tho loss of the alto was a different matter, and under other cir- cumstances might havq materially interfered with the rendering ol' some of th...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION , THIS DAY. MR. R. DAA'IDSON, nt noon, at his Rooms : Household Furniture, and Sundries. MESSRS. MARTIN k DICKSON, at H o'clock, ot the City Auction Mart : Loud ot Mackay, Fortltudo A'allcy, In Ann and Wharf streets, and nt Kangaroo Point. MESSRS. TRUNDLE & CAMERON, at 12 o'clock, at their Rooms: Land ncur Oxley Creek. , MU. R. CRAWFORD, nt 11 o'clock, nt tho Royal llui'so Ba7iiar : Horses, Drays, Spring Carls, Gigs, and Saddlery. MR. AV. II. KENT, ot II o'clock, ot Tatter- sall'i Dorso Ba/.aar : Horses, Drays, Sad- dlery, A.c.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
PIANOS POR SALE. NOW LANDING, ex Salvia, Threo Superior PIANOS, by Allison, w ¡th _ oil lotes ¡niprorements. Apply to 5073 J. & G. HARRTS. K HUTCHINS has now ON S ALI., nt Iho . A1CTORIA SALIC ROOMS, Qucen strccl ?10 BALKS PRIME OATEN HAY. 40 BALES'PRIME LUCERNE HAY IO TONS BRAN 30,000 SUPERIOR HOBART TOAVN PALINGS 27,000 HARDAVOOD SITTNGLES 00,000 SAWN LATHS, at 10s. per 1000 MAU..., FLOUR, POTATOES Le. &c. 4S33 ßAA CEDAR and AM1Î1UCAN PINK OL'*-/ DOORS, assorted sizes, fQI&lt; SALIC, at reduced prices. R. HUTCHINS, Queen street. 3127 A.MER1 :s FOR SALE, Cheap. R. HUTCHINS, Queen-st red. 3128 "1 HAA PAIRS CEDAR mid A! ±tJLfl_7 CAN PINE SASHES i)r\ TONS English and .Scoleh, GALArA _5l" N1ZED 1RQN, 0, 7, 8, nnd 0 fool lengths, now ON SALE, -In largo or small quantities. R. HUTCHINS, Qucon-stroel. 2G70 LAND ORDERS! LAND ORDERS!! B1IUTCUINS,' or Iho Victoria Snlo ;. Rooms, Qncen-streot, IS A CASH BUVICR of LAND ORDERS. 42lo DINGY. DINGY for SALE, nearly now, 13 ...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. SATURDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 30 May 1864
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. SATURDAY, MAY 28. Bnisnvsr- 9 am BaromUor (corrected), 30180, tluimomitci (»badi), 58 7 , ditto (dr\ bulb), 58 8 , ditto (wet bulb),55 0 , fortoof wind, 1, direction, S AAr , extent of cloud, 0, wadhu fine, cool, und eli ni 3 pm Biuomo tti (corrected), 30 113 , thounomctti (shade), 89 3, ditto (diy bulb), (,') 2 , ditto (wU bulb), 573, force of wind 1, dmction SS W oxtont of cloud, 0, weather, fine, clear, aid cloudless (Ter Vlecli ic Tehgrapli ) AVIND AM) AV>ATIII it-9 a m T Alton, S ond lint, Tpswu.li, S E , and lint, I auiloi uilm und Imo , Toowoomba calm mid fine, Diayton, calm and lino, A\ in wick, calm and Uno, Dall)}, (alni and fine S. M\T\-9 a m Riuomctu (corroctid), JO 191, thciiiiomotu (shale) 59 0, ditto (du bulb) 58 I, dilto (wit bul)), 51"), IOHO of wind 1, direction, WSW , t\tintol doini 0, wcothei lim, rain umbi« lo tho boulhwoid