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"THE WILD SCOTCHMAN." [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 21 April 1866
"THE WILD SCOTCHMAN." [COMMUNICATED.] IT is trusted that no maudlin sentiment- ality will be allowed to deprive the black- guard who has been indulging for the last year or two in the sobriquet of the "Wild Scotch- man" of the prize he has been striving so hard to win — viz., a dance in mid-air at the end of a good stout string. By your own journal it will be seen that there is no lack of those who would willingly lionise the vagabond, and that only by strategem was a crowd prevented from gathering to do him honor on arrival at Bris- bane. Since his reception in gaol I believe the visitors who pay him court are both fair and numerous. Nothing gives the dear creatures who are privileged to have an introduction, so much pleasure as recognition as old school- mates ; or an assertion by the outlaw that he knew "that face." When these things are retailed to crowds who have not been privileged by an admission, with the assurance that " he is such a fine-looking fellow, and has a beard as ...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 21 April 1866
News of the Week. WE have been requested by the Secretary of the Brisbane Hospital to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of £4 from the Rev. Mr. Scheirmaster, being proceedS of collection at the German Churches, Brisbane and German Station; and a quantity of firewood from Mr. R Oliver. The following players of the United Club are requested to be on the ground (weather permitting) at 2 o'clock this afternoon, to finish the match with the Victorian Club:—Messrs. G. Cowluhaw, J. French, J. O. Seal, B. H. Mills, D. Geddes, J. Egan, J. Goodall, H. Thrower, — Dickins, T. O. Bourne, and — Condell. Thekk was a special meeting of the Muni cipal Council yesterday afternoon, for the pur posA of appointing an accountant. All the aldermen were present; his Worship the Mayor in the chair. Thirty-three applications for tbe office were opened, and it was agreed to elect by ballot. Mr. W. E. Orr obtained the greatest number of votes, and was accordingly declared duly elected. The first inspection o...
WRECK OF THE WANATA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 21 April 1866
WRECK OF THE WANATA. Another Australian passenger-ship has been lost in the Bay of Biscay, but fortunately on this occasion without any loss of life. Subjoined are the circumstances relative to the disastrous occurrence:— " The Queen of Beauty left London on the 2nd January for Melbourne, and in consequence of heavy weather brought up in the Downs, whicn she did not leave until the 23rd. On the 6th February, at noon, she was in lat. 46*13 N., and lon. 1015 W. Towards midnight she was a littlo to the westward, standing, with her bow north, under Bingle reefed topsails, foresail, mainsail, jib, spanker, and staysail. The wind was from west to west-south-west, with a very heavy sea running from north-west, and a thick haze hanging low on the horizon. The captain was on the deck. A ship was reported on the lee bow, and the Queen of Beauty's after-yards were thrown aback immediately to avoid a col lision, but this was impossible. The force of the blow was, however, diminished, and the st...
Government Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 21 April 1866
Government Notices. THE following extracts are from the Govern- ment Gazette of Saturday last, April 14:— APPOINTMENTS.—Mr. C. E. Amos to be a Clerk of the 5th Class in the Department of the Registrar-General, vice Stafford Webb; Mr. Robert Orton Bourne, Accountant Electric Telegraph Department, to be an officer of the 3rd Class of the Civil Service—this promotion to take effect from the 1st January last; Michael Buckley, Sergeant of Police at Gladstone, to be Ranger of Crown Lands and Inspector of Slaughterhouses for the police district of Glad- stone; the Reverend Cooper Searle, minister of the Church of England, Bowen; and the reverend &nbsp; John F. Ingram, Baptist Minister, Ipswich, as ministers of religion authorised to celebrate marriages in Queensland; Mr. George Hallam to be District Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, at Tarabo, in the district of Mitchell; Mr. James Gordon, to be District Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, at Townsville, Cleveland...
Acclimatisation. THE QUEENSLAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
Acclimatisation. THE QUEENSLAND SOCIETY. AN ordinary meeting of this society was held on Thursday. There were present:—The Hon. Colonel O' Connell (in the chair), the Hon. G. Eliott, M.L.A., and Messrs. C. Coxen, M.L.A., B. G. W. Herbert, M.L.A., BT. Moffatt, Hon. T. L. M. Prior, M.L.0., C. H. Barlee, D. F. Jones, and L. A. Bernays (hon. secretary.) COMLESPONDENCR. A letter was read from the Hon. the Post master-General, stating that all animals and plants sent by the steamer Souchajs to Batavia would be conveyed free of charge. From the Commissioner of Bailways, to the affect that animals and birds for the society be exempted from charge, and recommending that all cases and parcels for the society be distinctly marked, to avoid mistakes. Mr. Bernays said that he made the latter application, inasmuch as the line would shortly be extended, and many penons might be dis posed to tend contributions provided no expense of carriage was incurred. A letter was read from Mr. J. W. Grimes, of...
Sporting Items. THE QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
Sporting Items. THE QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. THE committee of the Queensland Turf Club met on Thursday, at 1 o'clock, at Colonel O'Connell's Chambers, for the purpose of de-&lt;*> claring the entrances for the Maiden Plate, the Breeders' Cap, and the Corinthian Cap. Twenty hones are entered for the Corinthian Cup, and it is most probable that sixteen or seventeen of these will come to the post. Six horses are entered for the Maiden Plate. We are sorry to see that no New South Wales hones have been entered for this race; but it is the opinion of competent judges that no competitor from that colony would hare had a chance of suc cess against the field that Queensland has pro duced. For the Breeders' Cup five hones are en tered. We may mention that the Handicaps dose on the Ist of next month. The following are the names of the hones entered :— The Corinthian Cup, value 60 sots. ; with a Cup, valued 30 soys. for the second hone; and 10 stfrs. for the third horse; for all hones o...
Industrial Exhibitions. THE INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
Industrial Exhibitions. THE INTERCOLONIAL. AT a late meeting, in Melbourne, of the com-&lt;*> missioners of the forthcoming Intercolonial Exhibition, Mr. J.G. Knight, the honorary secretary, as reported by the Age, made the reportedby Age, following remarks:— The report brought forward by the Secretary (Mr. J. G. Knight) was as follows :—" Since I lut had the honor of addressing you, applica tions for space have been steadily coming in, »nd I am glad to find that the majority of the intending exhibitors purpose showing their goods in a very complete and illustrative man ner, and in handsome cases. Processes of manufacture and machinery in motion will form a prominent feature in the forthcoming exhibi tion. I would again refer to the fact that the Governments of Queensland and Western Aus tralia hare entered most heartily into the pro ject, and that ample contributions may be expected from these colonies. Tho Governors «f New South Wales and South Australia have t, express...
BRISBANE HOSPITAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
BRISBANE HOSPITAL REPORT. In-doob patients remaining but week ... 90 In-door patients received during the week ending April 19, 1866 30 Discharged '] 21 Died .'" [|| '" j Remaining in hospital ... ... . # oa Out-door patients receiving medical treat ment ... ... ... _ Q3 Out-door patients receiving relief ini money and rations J24 Visiting Surgeon for ensuing week, Dr. Bell. Out-door patients are requested to attend dsily at 10 a.m. J. Bcscombe LANBDOWN, House Surgeon.
The Queenslander. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
The Queenslander. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1866. THE Government Land Bill has been read a first time, and at the request of a deputation of country members, it has been referred to a select committee. We are now in possession of a copy of the Bill, and a careful examination of its contents shows that the Government do not propose any radical change in the land laws, but simply the remoral of all obstructive conditions on the sale of land, and ample security that there shall at all times be a supply in the market suf ficient for any possible demands. The provi sions of the Bill show that the Government appreciate the necessities of the colony in its present state; that while every care is to be taken not to injure the pastoral interests or to interfere with the privileges which they enjoy, full provision must be made for the establishment and growth of other interests. The two do not really clash, and as long as no extravagant cUums are put forth on either side, but the ques tion is discu...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
LATEST DATES. London ... Feb. 26 Auckland ... Apr. 7 United States ... Feb. 15 Canterbury ... liar. 27 California ... Feb. 20, Otago ... Mar. 26 Singapore ... Jan. 31 Maryborough ... Apr. X Mauritius ... Feb. 7 Gayndah ... Apr. 6 Natal ... Jan. 20 Gladstone ... Mar. 27 New South Wales Apr. 24 Bockhainpton... Apr. 17 Victoria ... Apr. 21 Clermont ... Apr. 7 WesteraAurtralia Mar. » Port Denison ... Apr. 11 South Australia Apr. 14 Cleveland 8»y... Mar. 31 Hobart Town ... Apr. 13| Mackay ... Apr. 11 Launceston ... Apr. 17i
SUN AND TIDAL DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
SUN AND TIDAL DIARY. Full moon, April 30,7h. 35m. 265. a.m.—Spring tides occur on tbe 29th or 30th of April, and in Slay, on the 15th or 16th and 29th or 30th. X. I H. Water, bar DATE. Sets. 310011- 1 Morn.' Even. I>. T. I U. M. H. H. 5 29 12 8 I 7 45 I 8 10 528 13 884OJ0 5 5 27 14 8 ! 9 34 10 0 5 26 15 8 10 20 10 43 5 25 il6 8 11 8 11 33 5 24 17 8 ,11 56 | 0 20 5 23 18 8 1 0 45 I 1 6 tiaes. April— 28 8a*urday ... 29 8rNDAY 30 Monday JUy- 1 Tuesday 2 Wednesday ... 3 Thursday 4 Friday 6 27 6 27 628 6 28 629 6 30 6 31 Memoranda till next Publication.
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. J Down. I Week-days. 8uni »•«. aan. pan. p.m. a.in. ■ i . .... i i ! I pjn. I 71 Ipswich (dep.) ... 9. 0 3. 0 6.45 i 8.30 Walloon (an-.) ... 9.30 3.30 7.15110.0 Walloon (dep.) ... 9.33 3.33 7.1S jlO. 3 Croudcbester (an-.) 10.15 4.15, 8. 0 10.45 | I ; 6.45 7.15 7.18 8.0 21J !a.m.' I j | pjn. > ajn. i i I I I Up. pjn. ill: Crandchester (dep.) I 7. 0 12. 0! 5. 0 7. 0 WaUoon (arr.) ... 7.40,12.401 5.40 *40 WaUoon(dep.) ... | 7.42 12.421 5.42 North Ipswich (arr.) t 8.12 1 1.12, 6.12 8.W Ipswich (arr.) ... ; ai5! U5 6.15 8J5 I w 4.15 4.55 457 5.87 «J0 !1|
STUART MILL ON MIND AND MATTER. A NEW SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
STUART MILL ON MIND AND MATTER. A NEW SONG. AIR—"Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch." STUART MILL, on mind and matter, All our old beliefs would scatter; Stuart Mill exerts his skill To make an end of mind and matter. The self-same tale I've surely heard Employed before, our faith to batter : Has David Hume again appeared To run a-muck at mind and matter? David Hume could mind and matter Ruthlessly assault and batter; Those who Hume would now exhume Must mean to end both mind and matter. Now mind, now matter, to destroy, Was oft proposed, at least the latter ; But David was the darling boy Who fairly floored both mind and matter. David Hume, both mind and matter, While he lived, would boldly batter; Hume to Mill bequeathed by will His favorite feud with mind and matter. Men think they see the things that be; But truth is coy, we can't get at her i. For what we spy is all my eye, And isn't really mind or matter. Hume and Mill on mind and matter Swear that others merely smatter ; Sense reveals...
POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY DIRECTORY. A mail steamer leaves Brisbane for the port* of Maryborough, Gladstone, Had Rockhanipton every ulteniato Tuesday. A steamer w also despatched to these ports every week by the A.S.X. Company, which carrie* mails. The Northern Mail* arrive at' Brisbane ou Friday or Saturday. .Newspapers are required to be posted oiie hour before the time unpointed for cUtting the wail*. Saturday... Friday ... Thurtilay Wcdneiday ' Tveaday* ... Jloiulay ... Sunday ... DAYS. R. Watorhole*, Oxley, Goodnit, Ipswioh— (MoggiU 10 uin.) B. Wateruoles. Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich — (Logan Reserve, Nerang Creek, 'i p.m.) R. Waterholes, Oxley, Goodua, Ipswich Rocky Waterholes. Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich Rocky Waterholes, oxley, Good- na, Ipswich—(Warwick, Na- nango, Sandgate, 10 a.rn.) Rooky Waterholcs, Oxley, Goodua, Ipawioh 9.1S a.m. MAILS AKBIV1 At TH1 CHSITIBAI. PO9T*OTFICI, BRISBANE, Oxley, Goodua, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Dray ton, Dalby Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Drayton, Dalb...
EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
EXPORTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO QUEENSLAND. Southern Ocean, 1264 tons, cleared at Lon-&lt;*> don, on January 29: Agricultural implements, £166; ale and beer, in bulk, 248 barrels; ale and beer, in glass, 55 barrels; apparel and slops, £5575; blankets, £596; books, £185; brush ware, £190; cottons, plain, £660; cotton*, colored, £27; cottons, woollens, and detain, £33 ; covers and counterpanes, £75; drugs and chemicals, £82; flannels, £224; glass and glassware, £30; hardware and ironmongery, £1808 ; hats, straw, £102; hats and caps, felt, Ac. £209; haberdashery, £893; hosiery, £132; leather, wrought, £770; linens, £251; metals, bar and rod iron, 35 tons; iron, gal vanised, 9 tons; nails, 4 tons; steel, 2 tons, wire, 10 tons ; machinery, £1000; millinery, £179; oilmen's stores, £171; paint and Tar nish, £200 ; paper, 9600 lbs.; paperhangings, £20; pianos and musical instruments, £50; railway materials, £4781; rum, 1655 gallons; stationery, £158 ; thread, £58; toys and fancy go...
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
Commercial Intelligence. THE breaking up of the drought has given universal satisfaction, but has at the same time caused the town trade to be dull. Country business is quiet, but in this branch more activity is perceptible. In the markets there is no alteration of moment, except an advance of £2 per ton on the Sydney Eefining Co.'s sugar. Flour is depressed, and although no change has been quoted in Adelaideflour, there is a proba bility of a further decline, in consequence of the heavy supplies coming forward from America. Port Denison'.—The following are the re turns at the Custom House, Bowen, for Quarter ending 31st March, 1856:—Brandy, £707 13s 8d ; gin, £181 8s 2d ; liqueurs, 8s lOd ; whiskey, £65 2s lOd; ruin, £320 10s; per fumed spirits, £3 2s 6d ; wine, £232 15s ; beer (in wood), £37 18s 6d; beer (in bottle), £78 ss; tobacco, £359 Bs;' cigar 3, £51 10a sd; tea £104 9s 9d; coffee, £18 19s lOd; sugar (re' fined), £5 Is lOd ; sugar (raw), £169 16s lOd'j molasses, £1 2s 6d. To...
RITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
RITUALISM. ON Saturday, the 17th Februay, the following address against innovations in the Ritual of the Church was presented to the Bishop of London, at London House, St. James'-square. The address was signed by 16 rural deans and 820 clergymen of the Archdeaconry of Middle sex :— " We X the Archdeacon and undersigned rural deans and clergymen ot the Archdeaconry of Middlesex, desire respectfully to approach your Lordship with the expression of our regret that in some churches of this diocese and elsewhere practices hare recently been introduced into the celebration of Divine service which, though claiming the authority of ancient usage, have never actually been used, or hare long been dis used by our Reformed Church, and which in tome instances are not only contrary to the cus tom, but to the law of the Church. The prac tices referred to are objectionable, not only as innovations, but also on account of their doc trinal tendencies. We need not point out to your Lordship the evils ...
WRECK OF THE STEAMER EXCELSIOR —FEARFUL SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
WRECK OF THE STEAMER EXCELSIOR —FEARFUL SUFFERING. The Excelsior was wrecked off the island of Juist on Sunday, the 4th instant. In a letter from Captain Newton he states that about half an hour after striking all the boats were washed away, leaving those on board no alternative but to take to the fore-rigging. Here they remained until the following Saturday, without food of any sort, when they were rescued by the Guia ter life-boat, and safely conveyed to the shore in a most deplorable condition. The Bhip was a total wreck, but it was believed that a portion of the cargo might be saved. The Captain adds in a postscript that he was not able to leave his bed, his legs and feet being in a fearful state. On the same evening Mrs. Oalo, the wife of the steward, received from her husband a letter, which entered still more into detail as to the sufferings of the crew. He states that on the morning after the vessel struck they could Bee the land distinctly, and the inhabitants of the island...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 28 April 1866
Faraitnre. GENERAL FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. G THROWER, Spring, Fibre, and Machine • made Flock and Hair Mattresses, Iron Bedsteads, and every kind of Colonial Furni ture, Qtosx-btrxet (opposite Police-office), Brisbane. TRY BEN. PALMER k CO.'S 17s. 6d. © a sbbHL!^H £ OB 00 MADE TO MEASURE. OPPOSITE TOWN HALL, QUEEN STREET.