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Brisbane Courier (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia to headache a adar the. The Adache. Ref a to headache. To headache headache to headache to headache to headache h headache. 48 Spelman a you have a a headache u take i � Bishop r Efferee Soeny citrate of caffeine. It will cure you prescribed All medical men. Of All chemists to Bare you get Bishops r t original maker none genuine without the trademark Alfred Bishop & sons London eng local i . Sherwood divisional Board. A of Oil meetings of the1 Sherwood divisional Board was. Hew on. Friday afternoon. There were present messes. J. Moffatt chair finl Whitaker Knight o. H. W a Berry w. Orr and a. Brodie. The first business of was the appoint Alt a clerk to the Board. After soon Merable discussion in committee or. F. J. Street who Las acted As clerk pro Tate Smee the formation of the Board waa appointed to the position at a salary of �125 per Yea and 01 Ber cent commission on All rates collected. There were sixteen applicants for the position. The consideration of the tenders for valuing the ratable property in the division waa next Roe medea with. There were five tenders but the Board decided to entrust the work with the clerk a a remuneration vof�20,. Including the Appeal court if inquired Ana sear Hiees at the Beal property office. Or Berbs Lead the report of the committee annotated to adjust the accounts in connection with the Meeron Gilly Board and the valuations arrived at of the joint property of the boards which amounted to �745rl2s. Lid. It was decided on the motion of sic. Buzacott that the Board should contribute their Shara of the amount when they had sufficient funds to their credit arid a motion that the Yuerong Pilly Board to advised to that effect was carrioa.?, 1 " ithe report of the finance committee presented . Whitaker stated that the com Mittee had interviewed the manager of the Queensland t National Bank who bad granted the Board an overdraft of �400. Ato 1 on the report being put to , or. Do Macott stated that he did Noc think it air that the Board should forced to consent to the erection of a permanent Hall on the Reserve at Oxley and his Contention was supported or. Becht. After some informal discussion it leave the matter Over till or. O Connor motion on the subject was Dis cussed. I � i the report of the improvement committee for no. 1 subdivision waa presented or. Whitaker. The report called attention to the necessity for repairs ii the seventeen mile bocks Joad and other places that three or Ion men employed in repair Inthy subdivision. Twas decided however As the other subdivisions had not submitted their rep Oita to allow the matter to stand Over As the chairman had Power under to employ men in oases of urgent necessity. \ it was decided on j the motion i of air. Eacott seconded by4 or. Boodie that Sie a a Rwan Vej empowered t to take ithe necessary Steps for thit recovery of the rates in arrear.",. � ? on the motion Rotor. Buzacott it was re solved that the owner of the old building known As darts House. Oatlands estate informed that the said building is. In a dangerous condition and to Fiat he required either to pull Down the building or Fence in the property �. The motion or. Bobbt that a committee consisting of the three members of no. 8 sub division appointed to wait upon the railway commissioners to arrange for the formation of the under crossing Between portions 20 and 22, Between. Graceville and Sherwood was also carried. T \ if two notices of motion or. 0 ooh Nob the first relating to precautions against Scarlet Leet and. The second referring to the erect in of a divisional Hall on the government land adjoining the court House Reserve at Oxley lapsed on to count of or. O Connor absence. Or. Moffatt moved that the chairman instructed to employ the necessary labour for maintaining and keeping a repair the roads of the division namely three men and a Ganger in. Each subdivision he said it was necessary to employ that number of Monto present " and help the roads in Ordinary repair. .,.-/, \ v. For. Buzacott moved As an amendment that the chairman empowered to employ five men in the division pending the reports of the several improvement committees the time of working in each division to As nearly equal As practicable. After some discussion the motion and Amend ment nere both withdrawn and the following motion was adopted that until the improvement committees reports received the chairman empowered to expend an amount not exceeding �30 in the Hamilton ii signal Board \ t the usual fortnightly meeting of the Hamilton divisional Board on Friday evening when there were present or. A. L. Petrie in the Ohair and messes. W. J. F. Cooksley j. W. Heckelman a a. Appel h. P. Cardew j. Macdonald j. Dickson jun., and j. P. Buckland . . I r from c. Batterbee drawing attention to a annoyance caused horses and cattle rating. From the Secretary of the Brisbane Gas company notifying their intention to Jay a service pipe to the residence of or. ". W. Girdley. From t. Hawkins complaining of the approach to John Street off the old Sandgate-Road., from the Queensland National Bank informing the Board i that the interest on their overdraft would charged at we rate of 6 per cent. From or. Lionel Njamin drawing attention to alteration of level near or. J. A Elvis House Etna overview Terrace which he has rented and requesting matter attended, the Secretary of the Hamilton rate payers association supplying the names of e members of their various committees Siso the rules of the association Secretary was instructed to inform or. Batterbee that the subject of his complaint a j attended to or Benjamin to informed that the matter of the altered level Uaea to in his letter would referred to the apr yement committee. ,. In Law ment. To and the chairman show Jug me financial position Between the Toom bul ?11?115 a according to this of j18? wa8a balance one to the Hamilton Board of �2 8s. 9d,. I Farls 1ife?Ted that or Batterbee should car i Ala new act is Bein framed in re Gata to the straying of horses and cattle. Dirt a Proy time it committee report was a lewd adopted. The report of the ,ya3 then ad.,-,in this panel Tafi opted several disc re the Valuator work Flat was Dom. And � was agreed ported not acc a ae3 Rei erred to 8honld Toath k to the Vau Tor or. Basinger and report e1qested to Correct them. The spa Ai Otal a fion of �628,841, six no a Poland the am Sims nsl�069 port recon to of accounts amounting1182 8s i was adopted. Tho n �wt�1�"that he Lead Ftp Waon i i Obert Crawf re As Banff for his Board. Matter was Coal troed the a Ommittee consisting of Annj ?7ppe1 mde chairman waa which Fie Aune the Toom bul wharf Rolls Fpo Ted requires repairing. The we mfg do v1 Yueai to. Committee of Sion the uder the Brit of the Divi several it a ,.80n? Ong seriatim and which Tbs tons were made Afterman the me Fang adjourn ecu Toom bul divisional Board the monthly meeting of the Toom bul do signal Coard was held on saturday after noon at Nunda. There were present messes Wagner chairman Robert a drop Gardner Unwin Ballard Lancaster Stuckey and att How j v c t the correspondence Tep Eivet dung the month included letters from the railway com missioners asking Foi the Correct addresses of landowners m the division from whom land had been resumed Tandi stating that i the Entrance to the Nunda railway station would repaired from the colonial Secretary Dis solving the breakfast Creepy Bridge joint Board the chairman stated that As the Bridge was finished and As or Pete a member i of the joint Hoard no longer represented Toom bul he had asked the department to formally dissolve the Hoa cd. To �. No the report finance committee waa read and adopted and accounts amounting to �269 6s 9d, passed for payment 4 of this amount �162 17s id was for wages r the balance to the credit of the Board is .�10 is 3dand it was resolved to apply for an Over draft of �1500, which was considered sufficient to carry on the business till the rate received. A r j the. Improvement a committees report re improvements-.". Various portions of the division was adopted in the motion of Matthow. It was decided to gravel the Road leading from the Sandgate Road to or booze it was also agreed to postpone the consideration of the introduction of new Laws till next meeting. I or Rob but moved f that the informal tenders received for carrying gravel from the Nunda gravel pit to the Eagle farm Road not accepted and that Tho font Root let to residents of no 2 sub dision at As 6d per cubic Yard " the motion was seconded or. Unwin " or Widdop moved and i Stuckey seconded an amendment to the effect that Publia tenders he invited for the work. The amendment was carried i an informal discussion took place on the question of what Means should he taken in prevent the pollution of Kedron Barook and or Gad or submitted some information on the question of Aba tons which he had obtained during his recent trip to the Southern colonies West Moreton land doubt. Prom our own Al a , ". Ipswich april 3., the usual monthly land court was held to Day before the commissioner. Mr.-, a. P. Cameron. Applications Weie dealt with As follows k. Aorica r,tubai." farms conditionally approved John Green Sill 160 acres Neara a h. Rabbon g9i acres grand Chester , impel 137 acres grand Chester hos. Brennan ,640 acres Deon War Edward a. Schulz 1c0 acres Whitestone g. Mcbyron spin beer1b0 Horeb East Haldon e. W. Soder 160 acres Neara Robert d. Soder 1g0 acres Neara Charles h. Soder 160 acres Neara John h. Peters 160 acres Biafra i r ? 117 acres grand Chester. Dobbie 122 acres. Grand Chester w. Dobbie 114 acres grand Chester , 200 acres Dundas w. Camelon 160 to Reba grand Chester. S ". F . E Bonney 57 acres Bowman Michael m Grath 200 acres Mort inquiry an inquiry into the Case of Margaret Reddy spinster to if t with steel Gray y hair and moustache � appeared charged with the Jaio Eny As a Bailee of a sewing machine valued v at a a the property off. Walter Jarir Kelli iof Street detective Conr,oi3�,gave Jevier Eno eito the effect that on thursday a saw the Aoa used on Board the Steamer Rodondo which was about in leave Fot Sydney acid said to him " what have you done with or. Mar Wells sewing he replied " it a in Tho shop in Elizabeth the witness said it was not to which the accused replied " then Tommy Hughes or his have Stolon i r the Deteo Tive invited him. On Shorey and he then Saida pawned the machine Inna shop in George Atiee for 25s." on saturday morning witness a Ead the information to the accused who replied. " it orly Cost him ,s, this stage the accused was remanded until Friday on the apply Oatson of sub inspector o Driscoll. Bail was allowed himself in �80 and pne surety of �20. . M Carthy a you the 16 years old was charged with having embezzle d the following Money whilst employed the London and Brisbane Tea company namely Psi of. 5d. On the 11th i november last �1 os.16d4.on the.l7�i-deqornber.andi�l 3s. Subsequently ,j3nanah8n stated in evidence that about 6 . On thursday saw the accused in a House i wharf Street and informed him he had a warrant for jigs Ai rest. Witness read the warrant and defendant then said " the manager told Meit would All right and that Jiff would get my another Billet and give me a Frosh Start in the world my fatherland Mother Are dead. To i Only had 12s. 6di per tweak -j4iad to pay 10s. Per week for my Board Andjel had Tonly 2st, fid. Per week to keep me in,.clothes.", at this stage the accused was remanded Tiu Friday. and off Mneek i at the South Brisbane police court of Satur Day before or. G. P. M. Murray ., Thomas Canning was fined in default six hours in the Colls for being drunk in Stanley. Street " � at the South Brisbane court on Friday after noon William James Wutoh on remand was imprisoned for fourteen Days for stealing a coat. Defendant is a Seaman inboard the come Bahk and the Bench ordered him to returned to his ship on the application of the Captain. A Middle aged Man whose name is at pre sent unknown died suddenly on saturday morning in wharf Street. It appears that thedeo eased got into a Spring Hill omnibus and As it was going up wharf Street he complained of feeling ill. The bus was stopped when Jie got out and went into or. Quinnell a,.who re commended his removal to the Hospital. As soon As he oame out of the doctor reside toe however Jie dropped dead on the Street. The body was removed to the morgue where a postmortem examination will held. The deceased was. About 85, years of age of rather a Lica a appearance. He was dressed in a dark suit a woman named Susan Hegarty alias m Gowan died suddenly on Friday afternoon on the Way to the Hospital vat appears that the woman who lived with a chinaman in Albert Street and had been ill for several months past was being ooh eyed to the Hospital in a cab a woman named Mary Burns but before the institution was leached she expired., she had Beer attended or. Owens who gave a certificate As to the Canso of death. Fiat the South Brisbane police court on Fri Day before messes. J m. Black end Thpmas Weedon jj.p., the following summons cases were dealt wit Soulli Brisbane municipal v. David Cowan horse straying defendant was fined 6s. And 3s. 6d. Costs p came v. Bridget Conr L�ry allowing stagnant water Leflie on her premises the Case was heard sex Parte and defendant was fined �1 and 5s, 4d. Costs m default Levy and distress John Kluve was summoned for obstructing the crossing at the intersection of bid and Stanley streets on the 14th from the evidence for the prose option it appears that defendant who was in charge of a horse and cab pulled his vehicle up Ini such a position Block the crossing refused to move when spoken to a Constable defendant denied the charge and brought several Yri Nesses i to prove that he Wabs not impeding the traffic he was fined �2 and 3b. De. Costs of court for obstructing the thorough fare and for disorderly conduction the same occasion �1 and 3s. 6d. Costs in default seven Day imprisonment. I to shortly after 3 o clock on saturday after noon women named William Powell an James Watts had some words in the har of the Newmarket hotel Ann Street. Powell left the bar and was followed into the Street Watts. When in the Street Watts struck Epwell who fell. " on being picked up he was found to have sustained a deep out Over the left Eye and was taken to the Hospital m Ai cab. De Jongh cod Inver of as1 a therapy ratio agent in a number of diseases chiefly of an exhaustive character has been a daunted bythe world of my Feih a but a Arditi Othave found Ita remedy of great Power Iii the treatment of Many affections of the Throat and Larynx especially in consumption of the lottery where it will sustain life when everything else bold Only m capsules Imperial half pints pints and quarts All chemists. Sole consignees Ansar Harford and co., 210 High Holborn London Lanver rag. \. Al i ," april 6.-pitzr0y, to. Company shoo tons Captain j a Stool air. From a Adnoy. Pas. Singers mesdames Overin and 8 Hildron Vam Melk and chit Cornelius Blackwell Myers m Lood Morris and Walsh messes. Ottmo Hunter Stool Overill w. Young Little Ahery and 4 in Tho Steerage. The and a. Company limited managing agents april 6 8, Captain w. J. Collin from Bundaberg direct t passengers mesdames Parkes and. Kay Moc is. Parkes Andrison and m Wenzlo. Win. Collin agent. 1 Ai Ril , a., 1768, tons Captain a 0. Joy from Burketown aria ports Passon Gors. Miss Pattison id Lei � w. Pattison my a Bishop Dawes Captain Erickson messes a. B. To. Smith h. So Yndia a. Macpherson j. Holt m Diammia i Curran j. Curran r Trooy a Meiklejohn c. Munee and & m the Steerage Foi Sydney mesdames Taylor and Buckell Missos Amy Brooks Blokell aha Leach or. Taylor and 17 in Tho Steerage. We Smith and sons limited agents. I april , a us a company s838 tons Captain t. Law Johnston from Bundaberg Ana mesdames a Nutt Law less groundwater Kerr and Powys and m Nett messes. Kingsmill bid a j. B. Junei groundwater Boott Bowman torrent r. Jones r Warry Mac kaon Keith Hall Burrell and Kovs Rev. It. Holmond Captain Boult master m Liitt and 82 a the Steerage. Tho. B i. And q a. Com Pany Tim Ltd managing agents Dupar to Jabsi april 4-Aramac . Company a 2u� tons Captain j. A Reaburn for Cooktown via polls passengers la3y Macgregor mesdames Marlay mid child Man secs and child Bohan Gordon m Lood m do old Hopkins and infant Geo. Fairbairn Jim 2 Oli Ildren Craven and 2 a Hillion Richardson c h. Hodges and Soll Leux misses Diryle Wintle men Les Bolger Paine " j " " Druitt or. A Ajo a. To Mao ale and soil Loux major or. D. Hewer Hon. John Dunn messes. Richardson Craven j. No monies Sha Klatte , r,0. Miller a White Shanks t Collier a Binton Bakosi j. R . Griffths John Hunt w r. A h. Paradise m Lood � r. Done Timby m , Keelo r Harris a it Debs Jav d. Peterson a Kemmis d. Kerr of. P. Horn j. Carkeet m Gauigan Hunter j. Giles j. To ii 0. H Hodges Hedley Dunn and 87 in the Steerage the i. And q a company limited managing agents april Wodonga s ,2500tons, Captain t. A Lake for Sydney and Melbourne. Passengers me Samoa a Lows and Ollil a i. Rogers senior. Child and infant Diess Collum arid child a. E Hallen no j j. Moody. Flemming and. Child Howe Macdonald Bartley m. B. Pago and Ohya Clarkson and 2 Ohio Avert Earlby Cawthr Opuda vis ii. Bond and 2 children Coxon Missos a. Deai Dou Graham Wake 1,0,1 Tell mar limn ten Kimi vat tool Hon Nikii messes f to mining p. Cornelius j. A. Hives f kor w. O Hall g Vin Davis Collum Wood Auburn Sanlor Johnson Signet Polne g. A anus Ridler co on a Page Stephenson c Lovel h j Pollard Claro Gellatly Traitli Evo m Cohen Murfean a Phillips. A. A via d. Campbell Cowley a d. Costin Abekor Quilo Leonard or Gadsden Bains r. Young m. Rosenthal q. Trouton Trono John Potts William Ora Foid a r. Cougill. A Whito Orange and 60 in the Steerage. Tho . And a. Company limited managing agents " l i imports v Aspe la Oliatta made on Oon signers announcements inserted m this column 1 Fitzroy is from Sydney 8 oases grinder 3 cases Sheo shears ? 1 Case Koo papers 1 package Oart edges 6 packages stationery 1 Caso Pencil sharpeners 2 cases Maeh Inoia 8 girder plates 1 Case typewriters 44 bags balk 4 bags grass seed j. Oase moment 1 Casa fenders 1 buggy � cases books 1 package a Bales Blanc sets 100 bundles brooms 10 cases cheese 5"ohests Tea 7 tie Iees tobacco Leaf .7 cashes to pm ants 2 bundles bags 2, pigs .5 horses lipase hosiery 1 Case photo goods c bosc water 1 banal of Lime water 1. Keg Potash crystals 260 bags hour 20 Hales Hay 4 Oase bags 60 cases pulp Huit to jigs onions 1 Chest Medicine 1 Gap Ana wot i v Bales leather co bag potatoes 8 Savolia ithe Itil la oases fruit 12 cases Tara Peri and a Quantity of Gehe Ial cargo for Northorn ports.,u steamers dub. From Sydney Gabo play. to Day. Steam has leaving i for Sydney and to Morrow atj.8 A 4w \ i. For to Day at 4 For to Morrow at 4 .shipping ii ? 1araw Ettta s.,/ left Melbourne of saturday afternoon for Cooktown Vii Gorts and is duo this morning in Sydney Reolus barque is still in port Aram a b., left on saturday Foi Cooktown and was due in Foo Hampton last night and is due at Townsville to Morrow. Adonis a leaves atj5 To Day for noose. Birks Gate s., from Sydney for Burketown arrived at Townsville on saturday morning and left in the evening a red a due to Day at Cooktown. Bar Coo s., from Cooktown arrived on saturday at Cairns left Oom Niebank four masted Szijj is still in port. Corea a., from boo Hampton arrived in Brisbane on Friday night Andis due i Here this morning. She Willi leave to Morrow at a i Tor Biu Etown. Grace Darling. Schooner is now bound for Mackay Glenelg s., from Bundaberg arrived yesterday evening in Brisbane. She will Jeraye on wednesday for Maryborough and Bundaberg. Glenworth s., loft Here on saturday for Rockhampton. Jel Unga i,n. Company r.m.s., is now i discharging Here. She leaves on the 14th for London. , from Bock-1hampton,.arrived-in Maryborough on Satur Day morning.,-. Y j. Lady Musgrave s., is now Laid up Here for an overhauling and altefatipns., Lucinda government steam yacht is still in. Sydney. Leura s., from Burketown,.arti Ved in Brisbane yesterday. Lucy and Adelaide Schooner arrived at Townsville on saturday morning from ithe South sea islands. Lurline larger left Townsville on saturday morning Foi thut slav Island. T i marchioness of Lorne Schooner from Mary i Borough arrived on saturday at Townsville. Menmuir a from Hon Kong is still in. Sydney. Nebo barque from nework is still in port. Nine Schooner left Townsville on saturday i morning for new Guinea. Onyx barque from Adelaide is i still in Bris Bane. Otters from Rockhampton arrived in i Brisbane last Quiring a., will leave Melbourne to Morrow for Burketown. Rodondo a., from Brisbane is due to Day in Rockhampton. Rane Legh s., from Bundaberg and Maryborough arrived Here last night. A Haj 1lueave for Maryborough and Bundaberg on Sophie Helene barque from new York is still in port. Taiyuan s., will leave Sydney on Friday next for Hon Kong i Queensland ports. Wodonga Here on saturday evening for Sydney and Melbourne. She is due this afternoon in Sydney. Varrego a., from Burke town for Melbourne via ports is due at Cook town to Day she will probably leave there inthe afternoon and is due in Townsville on wednesday. Wicklow s., Hyserline limited which left Here about a month ago for London and was detained in Keppel Bay through some Accident to her machinery is coming Back to Brisbane for Coal. " Varalla s., from Brisbane is now bound for Cooktown with a argor1of Coal. Yolande Schooner is now discharging Here. . And Ove ska. Australian s., from Marseilles arrived in saturday in Sydney Tal Feany s., of font Mel Bourne arrived in Adelaide on saturday. Arcadia p. And 0. Company m.s., from Australia arrived at Colombo on the morning of the 31st March. A Britannia a and 0. Of Many e.m.s., left Colombo for Sydney on the 30th Marioh. A Chemnitz s., from Hon Kong arrived on saturday at Melbourne � Guthrie a i Horn Hon Kong arrived 1nq� saturday at part Dai win. Victoria q. Company m.s., from Australia arrived at Plymouth on the 30th Maich. Valetta pand o. Company m.s., from Australia arrived at Suez on the 31st March. ,. � Waira Rapa s., Aniced at Sydney on Satur Day from new zealand. T Captain t. Law Johnston Leports that the Bane Lagh 34 left Bundaberg at 2.10 , on the 4th instant arrived Ati Maryborough at 6.15 Same Date and left again at 3, . Brisbane atr7.45 Experienced Fine weather moderate South East winds throughout the trip. Captain we. Collin reports that the Glenelg s., Burnett Heads at 8.45, Pra fun the�4th instant passed Over wide Bay bar at,6 . On. The 5th and arved at Brisbane wharf at 6.80 Sarao Date. Experienced fresh South East winds and Easterly sea throughout. The lemas., arrived Heie yesterday from Burketown she left Burketown on the ?5th Maich Normanton on the 26th, tji misday Island on the 28th, Cooktown and port Douglas on the 80th, Cairns on the 81st, towns Ville on the 1st instant Mackay on 1 the 8rd, Keppel Bay at 4 . On the 4th, and arrived at the company wharf at 8. on sunday experienced Light variable winds and sni Ooth sea to Mackay from thence to arrival Hesh South East winds and moderate to Lough sea. Captain Walter Sinclair 1 reports that the Fitzroy b., which arrived Here yes Keiday Eye ing left Grafton what Ydney at 5,28 On the 3rd instant passed Smoky Cape at 2.28 On the 4th Cape Moreton at 1 Yesterday and Boi Thod at the Mary Street wharf at 6.45 Esperie Neclo Steily winds with occasional ram throughout the memoranda. It is interesting to note from the list of vessels to arrive published in saturdays Issue the Extension of oin Trade with now Yolk. If shippers could Only reasonably coi Tain says a test american advices " that steam vessels would despatched at regular intervals for the colonies they would not Only make their arrangements to Send these steamers the goods they now ship via Europe at double the coat but probably bold the debt of the. Goods they now Send sailing vessels for the faster ships from these two Soroos alone a re Spoo table cargo could made up at not infrequent intervals while the Meie fast of the establishment of steam communication would certainly encourage Trade Between this country and the joint system of loading is working very satisfactorily in 1 the Glan Woithe s., Chian left Here on Satur Day and the Derwent s., which loft Melbourne on saturday Aie chartered the Empl Preib association to convey free labourers to Brock Hampton. The ship Malaysia which left Sall Frano Isoo som6 Mon lib ago for the United kingdom a posted at Lloyd As missing. She is now Long overdue Janna i Hopes Aie Given up fever Sci Fig her again some tire Bank a Steamer when Allari Tio Oce ii in the Taok usually taken sailing vessels passed a Quan Tity of wreckage which is now supposed to belong to the missing ship Malaysia. Tins vessel was a regular t trader to aus Trahan ports Sineo she was launched in 1865, and was Komi handed Captain Kirk Vidgo. The Malaysia was unset Register built and launched 118,86, a Green wich messes Bussell and co. For messes. J. And a. Gaffey of Liverpool. R her dimensions wore length 268f,t. 4in. Bread tit 40ft. 8in. And depth 24ft r. \ ,.� the missionary Bioty Lugger Niau had an eventful voyage from Sydney to Mao Kay whore she arrived on l the 18th March. Is Oma Days Maffei leaving double Bay she was bought in a Beberw Gale from the East ii Orth East veering Lound to the West and South West which caused a heavy Cea to she ran before he Long As possible and afterwards Lay to under Coloso roofed Mainsail and of i Staysail but shipped a sea which started the head Goar and carried away Tho Bob stay and the lanyards of the Bowsprit slut us. The Gale Ihor Baso with Teavy thunderstorms rain. And lightning and Al attempts to Jpn again Wera frustrated on the following Day the wind settled into Sputh Southwest and blew with Hurricane Force during which time one of the Crew was washed against the and got the sole of ins foot ripped opon the Captain who Wai nearly washed overboard twice was obliged to stay at the Tiller for forty eight hours. On the 14th she passed gape Moreton and signalled but got no reply. The Weither looking unsettled Jusho t stood off. When they arrived at Mackay All Wei Mora or less disabled., a in the opinion of the Captain of Tho Karoo la who encountered the same sea Tho Gale was As had As any seen on the coast for a King time. � jul the inhabitants of Capetown says Captain Simpson of the Steamer. Australasian i a Southern Pipor i Ara looking anxiously for any tidings of the missing Dundee shop camper 4own, which sailed Froin Simon Bay for the colonies a few months Bank and has not since been heard of. There were four passengers in Board Well known about Capetown pud their friends still Ding to Beix Only Chance of safety namely they May have been cast on the Orvret islands. The admiralty have been asked to Send a ship Ithelie but they have refused to do ." 1to f u i r .-�,., " � the barque serial Wyn of her voyage from Cairns to Newcastle last mint la met with tenable weather one Day soon after leaving the wind freshened up and it Waschen found that a current had set the vessel thirty Miles to the j West Al the boats were 1 got ready for launching at a moment notice and Well pro Visioned this precaution waa taken owing to the dangers which navigators wore exposed to on that course. Up to the morning of the 7th March the wind blow from the South South East. On that Day says the Captain the wind increased to a Trong Gale from the South East. The sky looked very threatening and had All the appearance of a Hurricane brewing. By Midnight the Gale increased to a regular Currii Cane with a tremendous. Sea running causing the vessel to labour very head the vessel was Hove to under Goose winged main lower Topsail when on the starboard tack. In Ting position she remained for the Best part of live Days while the Hurricane lasted. A Little Canvas was then put the vessel resumed her voyage in the face of head winds. On the 13th a slant from the North West was had blowing Strong. With this Good Progress was being made but unfortunately it Only lasted till the 14th, when the South South East winds were met with again and kept in that dire top blowing Light and Strong at intervals till arrival. During the run the vessel frequently encountered different currents setting to various directions which carried her greatly out of. Her course."-1 " of til j Shoals and rocks on the coast of West Australia Gays an experienced ship master writing to a Southern Exchange " Are known to the Pearler who Chart them As Dis covered. There Are Feeks As Well As reefs that do not appear on the admiralty Ohart. It is however vary Plain sailing on the 80-mile, Beach but the worst place for navigation is the approach and Entrance to King sound. The currents Are very much More rapid in the narrow passes at King sound than i have Ever met with anywhere a ,7 j the Crow of the Ketch gratitude which went recently on a cruise to the Macquarie islands paid a visit to the Graves of eleven sea men lost in a wreck on the Island sixty six years ago and an immense Anchor with a built Stock was found High up on the ring was 2ft. Oin. In diameter and from Point to Point the flukes were 10ft. Gin. No recent wreckage was seen but a considerable Quantity of Coal rounded the action of the sea was found on the Beach r. T cad baby Cocoa the name Cadbury on any packet of Cocoa ii a Guarante of purity medical annual commercial. Ooh Brabb office saturday evening. A Neon sont messes. Barker Ona co. To those it whom they Are indebted stating that they intend to Call a mooting of their creditors at an Early Date. The Ii. Kerala i of erring to the import markets on wednesday last states that a Modo lately fair business was done Distri buting houses also being Well employed wit town and country Ordo is. Tho flour Market was unaltered. From �9 10s. To �10 for roller brands and from �9 to �9 10s. Foi Stone makes were the our rent Tange of quotations. The Alameda from Fiano Isoo brought 240 half Saaks and 540 Quarter sacks flour. There was a fair inquiry for Tea for Price say from 9d. To he. Per la. But Little business had transpired. A about 14d. Had Toon a Jared. A took of Ceylon Tea wore getting into smaller oompass., sales Oruo quants to land at 4jd. Were noted. Canned fruits were going off at late rates. Locally there was Little to note with respect to sugar the Market being steady. The Alameda brought 400� bags from Francisco of which the White was quoted at �25 Iob. Arid the yellow at �21 the Posi Tion of fish Wastun Alteio the demand if any thing being less than it was before the holi Days. Tho Amer Joan Sailboat brought 1375 cases and to half barrels Salmon.\. Messes. Henry w. Peabody and co., of new York. In. Their Market report dated 28th Fob uary state Trade is not Active although there is a fair for amorian manuf Votmos. The Presont indications Are that no Silver Bill will Passco Negrosa and with the danger of unlimited coinage of Tihoi More Remote Market prices will become More settled ice Pisino the Marketh Sheen Hong during the past Rno nth 0"d 4bnoo our last report has advanced ton Points. The Only Chango in Soh Odule 1ms been the placing of do of brands on the same basis As the other Standard Oil brands for the australian and South african my Kots. The former schedule placed those brands Twenty Points higher than Othor brands. We quota for to dog. Oil in 10,000 Oase lots 9 65/100 cents. Shipments Avo been fas f follows Melbourne 19,500 cases j Sydney 16,2qq Case Bisbano 9500 cases " Vastle 2800, cases Fremantle 6500,cases lotto Lou ,8500 oases Dunedin 5000 Oasis total 62,700 cases., Ironmongery remains finn without any change in Markot. Priors to advise of special in Eizat. Turpentine t Market Psi form at 44j and ,45"., he prices remain unchanged. Canned the Market for Tho coming season Park has opened t at about g2 a dozen and Pokors have a Pyy largely booked their output at the above Figuro. Ashit is exp Eood and should this Provo to to the Case higher prices Are Likely. I eights the boat of vowels has not advanced and colonial freights remain Low. We quote rates for vessels How loading for Melbourne 12o Sydney Ile. Adelaide 14� Brisbane 28c new zealand ports 18o., 2pc.".� t a regards Salmon. Messrs., j. J. Moore and Frano Isoo in their of Rozular have the following Monsei native estimates place the total Stock on hand at Between 40,000 and 50,000 Oasis about equally divided Between bed and Pink Alaska fish and lib confidently exported that there will an a Aaroin demand sul Llosent to nah Stibi this before now fish is available. The packing Godson Pons on the Columbia and Sacii mento 1st april but operations Seldom commend before 1st May that it will fully three months before new packed fish outs any figure in the Market. The present condition of affairs and the fact that Stooks Are reduced to such Miall proportions at this Early Date the very Largo Parks of the part two years notwithstanding fully establishes. Our often express of opinion which is that at the priors ruling the past two years the output cannot a dds to exceed the world consumption.". Monetary and mining. I the Only sales reported to have Boon / made on the Brisbane Stook Exchange to Day Aro no. 4a West Day dawns at 4s. 7d. And 4s. 6d. Goldon Gates is. Lord. Mul divas Contri buting8a" 2s. a inbri3b4.ne Stook Hoo Haugh quotations. I paid up to Jne Nahe or is buyer. ,1 Willaro. ? Banks of Issue. Q National Bank � messes. W. L. Davies and co wire the following Stock Exchange quotations from Charters towers Brilliant and . George United buyers 9s., Sellers 9s. 6d. Brilliant look paid up Sellera 18s. 3d. Ditto con. Tributino Sellers 14s. 3d. Brilliant Worcester and Victory Sellers,6s. Of. Charters towers Pyrites buyers 3s. Gd., Sellers 4s. 3d. Charters towers Gas buyers 9s., Sellers 10a. No. 3 weat Day Dawn buyer 10d., Sellers is. 3d. No. 4. West Day Dawn buyers 3s., Sellers 5s. Golden Gate Sellera 8s. 8d. Lady Maria buyers 3s. 3d. Mills United Gold Minea buyers 7s. 4d., Sellers 7s. Lid. Muldia contributing buyers 2s. Go. New Iron Duke buyers gd., Sellers 10d. New Grace Darling buyers 3d., Sellers 4d. Now towers extended buyers 5d., Sellers 6d. No. G Queen buyers gd., Sellera 7�d no. 7 North East Queen buyers 53. 3d., Sellers 5s. 63. No. 2 South East Day Dawn buyers is. 2d., Sellers is. 8d. Queen Cross reef Sellers 10a. Queen consolidated buyer 2a" Sellers 2a. 8d. Queen Central Sellers 4s. 8d. Scandinavian p.c., buyers 4d., Sellers 7d. Sunburst buyers 14s. 3d., soliera15s. 3d. No. 1 East Sunburst buyers la., Sellers la. 9d. Stockholm p.c., Sellers 2s. Go. Victoria West Sellers 3d." Hollander Van Rbt and co., Stock and Elmra brokers members Brisbane Stock exo Hango ,208 Qusan-Street.-tanvr.1 Edwin g. Goertz Stockt anti share broker member of the Brisbane Stook Exchange Norman Chambers Creek Street Advt r. J. Price liar broker Gympie -. Latest nows from mines and Market on applies advt.1 commercial telegrams. By Cable message. London april 4. -. At Yoste iday Public motion of australian tallow the number of casks offered was 850/ and the Quantity sold 825,the Price realised Foi Beof tallow medium was 26s. Of. Per Owoc and for Mutton tallow medium 25s. The English wheat Market is shoeing a general Advance of is. Por Quarter. The Continental markets Aie also showing a go Neial Adan to and the american Market is tending upwind the spot quotation in new York o no. 2 Tod Winter wheat is 119j cents. The pros ont value at Maik Lano of English what Rod averages 42s. Por Quarter and White 43s, for fid business in australasian cargoes ia1 at an Advance. _ the Oil goes of what the ship sutlej from fort germen South Aust aha and the barque Maud Horn Adelaido have been sold at 40s. Go. Per qua Tor. An australian cargo in icon ship and the cargo the Clara from Adelaide have been sold at 40s. 9d. A new zealand cargo in von snip Mai cd april shipment has Boen sold at ,99s. I. R.,the total Quantity of Wool catalogued to data since the opening of the Hiosent series of sales is 29,200 Bales and the Quantity sold 22,800 Bales. The Market is firm at the opening prices of the present Bales \ Silver is now quoted at 8s. S 11/lgd, Pell ounce. Mining telegrams. I pm Outt own correspondent " a h Eolk Hampton april a Tho report or the manager of the mount Morgan mine for the month of March Shova that the number of men employed Wab 985, and including the Conti actoria men about 1450. The distance driven 208ft. And sunk 21ft. The other work Dono was the timbering of Ilia shafts and repairing the dam. Tho Quantity of Stone crushed was 6573 tons and the yield of i Gold 15,831oa. The weather trip following Raj Falls Weie recorded up to 9 . On saturday � i North Queensland Alamao 005in. Ayon Downs 0 05in. Ayr �-89in. Ayrshire Downs 2-Ooin. Bloomsbury 0-Ooin. Bowen 2,55in. Cairns 0 17m. Oard Woll o Lin. Charters ,0 24in.coen,0,041n.Cooktown,1.45in. Oreen greek Ollin. Cumberland l-�4in. Donors Hill o06in. Domville 0 52in. George town l 94in. Geraldton 007in. Neibor ton 0 04in. Hughenden 0-18in, Junction Creek 0 14in. Mao Kay 0-22in. M Donnell 0-26in. Meino loin. Moreton l-87in. Mutt Burra 0-66in. Nebo o-10in. Pent land 0-l,2in. Poi Douglas 0-12m. Barons Yood 0-96in. Eizoh mind 0 24in. St Lawrence o-05in. Tato 0-03in. Tirona Creek 0 25in. Townsville 6-02in. Winton 2-05 Ripon 0-02in. South Queensland Agavale 0 42in. Alico o Ooi Alpha 0-09in. Aug Athella. 0 55in. Barcaldine Ossin. Blackall l 87in. Bundaberg 0-05in. Cabool Tureo fifi in. Capo Mioton 026in. Charle Ville Ossin. Chinos ill 0-08in. Cleveland Cunn 0-07in Eidsvold 0-02in. Eulo 0 19in. Gympie of Boin. Hawkwood o 08in. Ipswich 0-02in. Isis Ford 6-5gin.i Jun Dah l skin. Kill annoy of Olin. Kil Ivan origin. Maryborough 0-07in. Manango 0-08�h. Bed Cliffo 0 23in. Borna 0-0�in.f Sandgate of loints Southport 0 04�n. Tambo,1 Kosih. I thar Mindah win. Welford Lagoon Woodford o . Woody Island 0 03in. Brisbane and suburbs Wink Ham to irate 0-04in. Kangaroo Point o Ooin. Now farm. O-07in. Bowen Park 0-07in. Botanic gardens 0-02in South Brisbane 0-Olin.j bulimia 0 12in, the following report was also issued North Queensland the void unsettled conditions anticipated last evening Havo taken ,i heavy in places was registered during the night. Blot no dist Vibanco have Boen noted. ? this morning Cloudy or Rainy weather prevails with South East East and North East winds. Sea Model Ato to Hesh. Extreme temperatures 5deg. At Junction Creek 57deg. At Urand Angie. South Queensland As in the North and strictly in actor Dinoo with our forecast Tho weather continues unsettled. Bain heavy in parts has occurred in Many districts. Sea moderate i Exiomo temperatures 80deg. At Good Windi 48�pr. At cambo Oya. Bris Bano and suburbs Wio Khan Terrace 75deg. And oilder.1 Cap Cuba 7gdog. And 62dog. Kangaroo Point 75deg. And 65dec Bowen pork 75deg. And 64deg. Botanic gardens 7gdeg. And 03deg. South Brisbane 75dog. And is dog. New farm 77deg, and Gidlog. Bulimia 76deg. And 68dog. To Wong 7gdeg. And c2dog. Labouchere writes or Parnell is far As i can see running a tilt against of the ton commandments. No. 2. To has made of himself a Graven image which to himself Wor ships and which he Callb on others to worship. No. 4. Instead of keeping holy the Sabbath Day to labours on hint Day holding Rowdy meetings instead of resting. No. 6. He does not Appal Only honour ii a Mother in the Way of Cash remittances. No. 7. Vide or. Juba is butt. No. 8. To pors patently steals the credit of his late followers hard and patriotic exertions and ascribes them to himself. No. 9. Vide any speech he has made since no. 7. No. 10. He declares that or. M Carthy followers Aro asses and yet to covet3 Phe two Best saints. Extract Horn an old Soldier letter to his Corni dear Harry and now As to my health Well old fellow you know that our nights in the trenches during g5 and Gow Dionot calculated to lengthen our Day but at that Tims we did not mini it As our sole object was to catch Korepa but he had too Many faithful lol Lowers Bravo Fellows those old maoris were How in our maturer years to can Admire them i lord How j. Wander 1 what i want to Bay is that i have Beon Laid up with a fearful lose of sciatic and Lumbago eight weeks in bed unable to turn my poor wife had a time of it after spending a Good round Sam in medicines lotions and god Nowa what we got some . Jacobs Oil. Ivis always a Scoffer at Patent medicines but Joie i shall More cautious in future it was the Only thing that seemed to tackle the old enemy and Clear Lura out i Haye an occasional re minder but Jacob always comes to a a j indeed next to Patrick to is the Best Saint m the Calendar yours a x. L Odea . Jacobs Oil May to obtained from All chemists and dealers m Patent medicines. Whole Sale agents for Queensland messes. Aplin Brown & co limited Brisbane

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