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The Novelist. MORLEY ASHTON. CHAPTER IV. RIVELRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

The Novelist. MORLEY ASHTON. CHAPTER IV. RIVELRY. BY CAPTAIN JAMES GRANT. FOR a few days after Morley's arrival, he felt almost happy—happy in the society of Ethel though the time when she would have to quit Laurel Lodge and sail from England—a time of painful, and it bade fair to be most hope less separation—hung like a black cloud on the horizon of their future; and alas ! that time was not far distant now. In three days the air of his natire England had begun to redden Morley's cheek, but his eyes were sad in expression, and his heart was at times oppressed by thoughts which eren Ethel's smile failed to dispel. We hare said the season was spring, and the last days of April, the lime of which Clara sang *0 sweetly in the " Shepherd's Oallendar." mthtUee the swallow dares to come IN cool his sultry wing; And urged to seek his yearly home. Thy suns tho martin bring. Oh, lovely month, be leasure mine. Thy yearly mute to be. Though Mj»--da.v scene* may lighter shine, Their tjirth bt^i...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

TRY ~- BIN. PALMER ft CO.*B 17s. 6d. n i MADE TO MEASURE. OPPOSITE TOWN HALL, qvxkx mm. XvjLg^ inS&U^T^^^BSSßasaaßaaßa^f' JBbK* GENERAL FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. G THROWER, Spring Fibre, and Machine- | • made Flock and Hair Mattresies, Iron Bedsteads, and every kind of Colonial Furni ture, QuxKir-BTXXET (opposite Police-office), Bxi&vajb.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

IMPORTS. Golden City, from London: 1 case stationery, Bank of Queensland; 18 packages, J. Kohn and Co.; 1 cask, B. Myers and Co.; 9 packages W. and B. Brookes ; 100 barrels 26 ken, A. Robertson; 2 cases, Limmer and Beea ; 2 eases ironmongery, Mrs. Ottley; 9 packages, L. Car michael; 30 cases starch, 40 cases blue, 15 eases mustard, Cribb and Foote; 6 crates earthen* ware, T. Coates ; 4 packages, H. Box and Son; 1 case clocks, J. Baynes; 2 case* magnesia, 2 cases drugs, S. A. Joseph; 2 eases tobacco, 40 cases, Bright Brothers; 4 packages, Mills Thomson; 1 case, L. C. Bernays; 1 case, J. Brown j 1 case, D. M'Lean; 1 case, W. J. Brown; 1 case, T. Erans; 13 casts hats, 22 casks hardware, 12 bundles buckets, 58 cases pickles, 25 cases vinegar, 22 cases oil, 25 cases wine, 108 cases galvanised iron, 1200 bags salt, J. and G. Harris; 21 packages, Scott, Dawson, and Stewart; 16 bundles tubs, 4 anvils, 1 boiler, 18 packages, T. H. Jones and Co.; 101 pack* ages, E. Barnett; 1 case wearing app...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

SHIP MAILS. The mails for Maryborough, Gayndah, Gladstone, Bockhampton, Mackaj, and Port Dcnison, will be made up and dosed at the General Post-office, on Tuesday, as under:— For registered letters and newspapers, at 4.30 p.m.; for other letters, at 5.15 p.m.; and for late-feo letters, at 5.90 p.m. By our telegrams we learn the-TraYeUer sailed from Melbourne on February 5. We hare again to record an orriral from Europe, namely, the barque Benown, from London. She has made a passage of 116 days, having sailed from Deal on October 14. Her cargo consists of general merchandise, sho brings, we believe, six passengers. At 3 p.m. on Wednesday she was off Cape Moreton, and neither she nor the Johan Caesar had reached the anchorage when the Telegraph Office doted. The schooners Bellinger and Otprey, outward bound, were off Lytton on Wednesday erening. The Lochuagar, torque, has a«w nearly com* pleted the discharge of her cargo, and is taking ballast preparatory to receiving her homeward fre...

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GLADSTONE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

GLADSTONE. ARRIVALS. February 6. —Eclipse, schooner, from Sydnev. February 6.—Florence Irving, a., from Bock hampton. February 7.—Rose, schooner, from Mary. Mary borough; Lady Bowen, s., from Rockhampton. « DIPABTUBM. February 6.—Florence Irving, s., for Mary borough and Brisbane, at 11 pan. February 7.—Lady Bowen, s., for Mary borough, at 2.40 pan.

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MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. Februsry 7. —Leichhardt, s., from Brisbane, at 1 pjn. February B.—Florence Irving, s., from Glad stone. OXFABTTTBIB. February 6.—West Hartley, schooner, for Sydney. February B.—Leichhardt, s., for Bockhamp ton; Florence Irving, •., for Brisbane. -

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. February s.—Cawarra, s., from Brisbane. . February 6.—Prince Alfred, s., from Auck land ; Beirut, barque, from San Francisco; Caroline, brig, from Torres Straiti; Eagle, s.s., Eagle, from Maryborough. February 7.—Grafton, »., from the Clarence Biyer. February 7.—Tararna, ■.•., from Nelson; Lady Young, «., from Brisbane; Owari, ship, from the Downs i Gordon, brig, from Wide Bay. DBPABTUBES. February s.—Jane, and Agnes Jessie, for Newcastle j Attrerida, and Derwent, for Ban Franoi»co; Sea Nymph, for Newcastle; Jane liockhart, schooner, for Hokitika; Blackbird, 8.8., for Melbourne; Ballina, s., and Susannah Cuthbert, s.s., for Grafton. February 6.—Magellan Cloud, for the Feejees; Wonga Wonga, s.s., for Melbourne; City of Melbourne, s., for Brisbane. February 7.-Pbilosopher, ship, for London; Agnes, for new Caledonia; Alice Cameron, for Auckland; Rangatira, s.s., for Gladstone; Queensland, s., for Brisbane.

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ROCKHAMPTON. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. ARRIVAL. February 6.—Boomerang, s.s>, from Sydney. DBFABTUBBB. February 6.—Boomerang, ss., for Sydney, at 8 p.m. p.m. February 7.—Lady Bowen, s., for Brisbane and intermediate ports. February 7.—Williams, s., for Fort Denison

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Fbwtabt 4.—Yarra Yarra, A. 8. N. Co.'s s., 350 tons* Captain Moppett, from Sydney, the Ist instant. Passengers: Mesers. lunis,Bishop, ♦Bobinson, and 22 in the steerage. February 6.—Telegraph, A. S. N. Co.'s s., 367 tons, Captain Fitzsimluonß, from Sydney the 3rd instant. Passengers: Messrs. Chatfield, Tolbot, Skinner, Blodmfield, Yaldwya, A. Mather, F. A. Buck, Keaiie, E. Haddon, Dickers, Beker, and 24 in the steerage. February 7. — Platypus, c.s.s., 180 tons, Captain Cairncros»> from Rockhamptoo. February 8. — Johan Ca>sar, Hamburg barque, Captain Bruhns,in Brisbane Toads, from Hamburg, with immigrants. C. Heussler and Co., agent*.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

DEPARTURES. February £.—Cawarra, A.S.N. Co.ss., 437 tons, Captain Milman, for Sydney. Passengers: Mrs. M. Stanley. Miss Stanley, Messrs. Bid dell, T. K. Brady, HardVn. Lambert. Hodson. H. A. Gillam, and about 15 in the steerage. February s.—Lady Young, Q.B.N. Co.'s s., 425 tons, Captain W. A. Curphey, for Sydney. Passengers: Mrs. Mantle, Mrs. Millar and child, Sirs. Smith, Miss Hopkins, Mrs. Mann, Messrs. H. J. Markwell, P. J. Bards, J. Pepper, Bey. — Pugh, and about 10 in the steerage. February 6.—Yarra Yarra, A.S.N. Co.'s s., 350 tons, Captain Moppett, for Sydney. Pas sengers : Mr. and Mrs. W. T. G. Bennett, Mr. Dowden, and about 10 in the steerage. February 6.—Leichhardt, AJS.N. Co.'s ■„ 273 tons, Captain Smith, for Maryborough, Glad stone, and Bockhampton. Passengers: Miss M. T. Gibson, Mrs. C. S. Dick and servant, Lieutenant Heath, 8.N., Messrs. W. H. Walsh, G. S. Forbes, B. Towns, Smith, W. C. Bush, X. Goddard, B. Austin, Innes, MacaKster, Mac donald, W. M. Miller, Norris, W. ...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNES.—James Waters was fined 5s.; James Bright and Michael Bsllanger, 10s. each. LARCENY.—William Csllaghan and Thomas Finney, two laborers, were charged with steal- ing sonic articles of wearing apparel from one Charles People, ou the previous night. It ap pear* that the prosecutor, who is also a laborer, went on board the Cawarra, on Friday night, with the intention of going to Bydney. He had his swag with him, which contained hi» clothes. While he wu absent for a short time on deck, the prisoner* took a parcel from his swag, containing a shirt a pair of trousers, and other articles { he fol lowed them, and. gare them in charge, when the stolen articles were found in their possession. The prisoners were each sentenoed to two months' imprisonment in Brisbane Gaol, with hard labor. The Police Magistrate here left the Court, and Messrs. Bernays and Buttaushaw took their •eats on the bench. Labcknt.—Sarah ...

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IPSWICH ASSIZES. (FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

IPSWICH ASSIZES. (FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5. THE Assizes commenced this morning, before His Honor the Chief Justice. The member, of the bar present were the Attorney-General, Mr. Mackenzie Shaw, and Mr. Handy. The Attornsy-Geueral prosecuted for the Grown. labcivy un> ncnrnro. JfcAW MTDon-l was placed at the bar charged with baring, at Laidley, on the lit January last, Monioosly stole, a cheque for £15 Ss. *L, the property of one Thorn** Barke. There ni a second count for noshing. The prieoner was imdsfcuded. The Axtomm-QmnauL having opened the ease, called Thomas Burke, who depoeed that on the Ist January last he saw the prisoner at Cooke's public-house, Lssdley; he left there to go on the racecourse, and at that time had the cheque named in the indictment in the lining of hie hat; on his way he took off his hat, when the cheque dropped oat, and the prieoner pioked it up; witness asked him for it, when prisoner ■aid he would give it to him when he got on the rac...

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LUNATIC ASYLUM [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

LUNATIC ASYLUM Tjce following U a report of ihb tftft «t tfa» Lunatic Arrbam, tor tk» w»ek, caJbar. Fabrauy'S.liM:— • .' «* *.

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BRISBANE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

BRISBANE GAS COMPANY. THE second annual general meeting of the shareholders in the Brisbane Gas Company was held in the company's office on Monday. There was a good attendance. G. D. Webb, Esq., Chairman of the Board of Director!, presided. The Chaimcaw read the clause in the deed of settlement appointing the meeting, and the notice convening the said meeting. The minutes of tlie previous annual meeting were then read and confirmed, and thereafter the directors' second annual report and balance sheet was read. " Ddmctom' Sscovd AmruAii Bifobt ajtd BiLAHCB Bh»T. " In presenting the seoond annual report the directors hay«», in the first instance, to observe that their anticipations (as expressed in their last report) of the early arrival of the plant have not been verified, several vexatious delays hav ing occurred, and the result being that the works have not been completed sufficiently early to admit of any income from the manufacture 0£ gas being included in the year's transactions...

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HULK PROSERPINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

HULK PROSERPINE. The following is a report of the weekly state of H.M. Hulk Proserpine, from the 29th January to the 4th February, 1868, both dsys inclusive:— Total last return 87 Increase, since 6 Decrease since 0 Total now 88 Jon* M'Dob-ald, Inspector W. I*.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

Correspondence. TANKS.—A M'Gregor will find his query answered in our last page. FIDO.—Your communication contains language we would not like to see in print. We have no animosity towards the parties you mention, and we take no notice of their sssaitiun . Doos.—Six, —Having seen your paper in the hand* of several policemen last Saturday, the idea struck me that perhaps through its columns the attention of these gentlemen might he drawn to the frightful number of cars which infest the streets of Sooth Bris bane, especially during "»™»ijgM a%hts, making the air hideous with their noise.— P* & Q.—[ln complying with our cot me pondenf s request, we also draw the sttfntion of these gentlemen to the same nuisance in North Brisbane. Further, we suggest a stout stick for the purpose of •n—iwtiig the curs.] What Mavux> to Vn.--Sim,—As an old cultivator, I am satisfied that the hud about Brisbane requires the addition of manure to maintain it in a fertile state: and I should be gla...

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AMERICAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

AMERICAN AFFAIRS. COSMO. THE American news which we publish this morning, taken altogether, is more satisfactory than previous advices have led many to expect. It is quite true that the difficulties brought about by the doings of the Alabama Shenandoah. and their compeers are not yet settled, nor has even the basis of an arrange-« ment been agreed upon between the British and American Secretaries of State. From the friendly tone of the correspondence which has passed between the two ministers, howerer— much of it necessarily of a very irritating nature, we hare every reason to hope that a satis factory arrangement will be come to, probably by arbitration. The cordial reception given by Americans of all classes to Mr. Bruce, her Majesty's new representative at Washington, tends strongly to this belief, the Americans being a people who are by no means addicted to disguising their feelings; but rather being inclined to let their uppermost thoughts flow straight out. Judging from what h...

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THE BREEDING OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

THE BREEDING OF HORSES. WHILST we are busy acclimatising strange animals, birds, and fishes, and encouraging the development of new industries, there seems to be a strong probability that the breeding of the most useful animal that mankind has tamed into a useful drudge, and a minuter to hii ease and pleasure, wiD be to far neglected as to degenerate, in the coarse of time, rcry consider ably. It is frequently asserted by old settlers, both here and in New South Wales, that the Australian saddle-horse is not what he was, and that the carriage horses in Victoria ten years ago were superior to the horses of the present time. If this is so it is the proof of a decline in quality that ought not to have taken place. The growth of Melbourne, the increase of popu lation and of wealth must hare increased the demand for good carriage horses, and according to the reoeired theory of supply and demand, ought to hare encouraged the breeding and im porting of the class of horse required. Such, ho...

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WINE MAKING. NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

WINE MAKING. NO. II. "MUST, and the Manner of Measuring its Richness in Sugar by the Glucometer. —The must is the juice as it comes from the grape before it undergoes any fermentation. A small quantity of grapes taken as a sample may hare the whole of the juice pressed out of them in any convenient m*n«*>- In France a small and simple press is used. It consists of s> cylindri cal vessel of tin, three inches in diameter, and about six long. To this a wooden plui to fill it exactly is fitted. A screw or any other contrivance for pressing this down into the cylinder is brought to act upon it; this presses ths grapes and forces the juice through the holes with which the lower part of the cylinder is perforated into a vessel in which the cylinder is made to stand. The glucometer is a very simple instrument, and not costly. It is in principle the same as the aloobometer, with which the specific gravity of spirits is ascertained by wliidi to determine the itrength, but the stem is di...

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DISEASE IN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

DISEASE IN POTATOES. G. IT is a well-known fact that the potatoes grown in Queensland during the past season have been very inferior in quality, arising from their being, with very few exceptions, bad in the middle. A few obserrations upon the nature and cause of this disease, and rules to guide in judging of potatoes, may not be at all unin teresting to your readers. Although the potatoes when cut present very much the same appearance a* those affected by the disease, as dereloped in the home country, I do not believe that farther than that there is the least connection between the two, die causes producing it in Queensland being entirely dif ferent to those which, while they may not be strictly called its causes, are the usual concomi tants of its appearance in the United Kingdom. A careful examination of a bad Queensland potato has led me to the conslusion that it consists in an organic change in the relative con stituents of the potato, the farina ceous being from the operation ...

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