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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
METEOROLOGICAL DIARY. Stmtt of Wind mud WeaU* Oromgiout tie Oolong: [niUOniO TXXMsUnt.] I 84TVEDAT, Febbuaby S.—9 a.m.: Cleveland, 8.5. E., moderate and fine; Dunwich, 8.8., fresh and doudy ; Cape Moreton, 8J3.E., moderate and cloudy j Ipswich, calm and fine; Oatton, calm and fine; Toowoomba, B.E. and | fine; Dalby. calm and dull, Durah, EJTE. and fine; fiawkwood, N.E. and fine; Gayn dah, 8. and fine; Golden Fleece, B.E. and fine; Maryborough, 8. and fine; H*"B"f t 8. i and fine; Roekhampton, E. and fine; Glad ! atone, E. and fine; Marlborougb, 8. and ■ cloudy; Bt. Lawrence, B.E. and cloudy; Bigge's Camp, calm and fine; Taroom, E. and fine. Mohday, February 5.—9 a.m.: Cleveland 8.8. E., fresh and fine; Dunwich, B.E. and fine; Pilot Btation, 8.E., moderate and fine; i Gape Moreton, S.E., moderate and cloudy; I Ipswich, calm and dull; Gatton, B.E. and cloudy; Toowoomba, calm and cloudy; Dalby, calm and dull; Durah, E.N.E. and cloudy; ! Hawkwood, B.E. and cloudy; Oayndah, calm and fine...
ADELAIDE. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
ADELAIDE. February 6. Market, are quiet. The weather is extremely hot, February 7- The Government intend to despatch imme- diately • Teasel to the Northern territory, pro- Tided that the Ellen Lewis does not arrire daring the present week. Hour is quoted at £30 per ton, and wheat at Bs. per bushel. February 9. The Chamber of Commerce intend urging upon the GoTernment the necessity olvjaafjtag postal afaire by a Commisaioa, maltad «l kj Goreouttent officers, aa aft prasjat. '-*v 3» Wheat is quote* aft «s» pta»| f» boaw. •-; ■ . '-■. ■::-.
MELBOURNE. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
MELBOURNE. February 5. The Hon. W. C. Haines, ex-Colonial Secre-&lt;*> tary, died on Saturday. The hon. gentleman has been ill for some time past, but his friends were in hopes that he would recover. He was one of the earliest membera of the Parliament of Victoria. There is » tendency in the floor market to wards lower prices. February 6. There has bean a difference of opinion between the members of the Cabinet and the Audit Commissioners. Payments ham conse quently been stopped, and the salaries of the fltfW"""*-* derks have not been paid. February 7. The Bank of Victoria has declared a dindend of twelve and one-half per cent. Adelaide wheat is quoted at Bs. dd. pw. bosheL The funeral of the late Hon. W. O. Hsines took place yesterday. In accordance with a wish expressed by the deceased, there was no public demonstration. Mr. J. Langton has again assumed the management of the Free Trade Organ. February 9. A case containing raw silk has been reomred from Queensland; it is...
NEW ZEALAND. (Via Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
NEW ZEALAND. (Via Sydney.) News has been received from Auckland to the 1st instant, from which we take the following items:— General Chute, with eight hundred men, croised the Island to New Plymouth, and cap tured and destroyed every rebel position along the route taken by him. He met with serious resistance at the Otapawa pah, which was garrisoned by three hundred rebels, who reserved fire until the troops were close to them. They then opened fire, killing Colonel Hassard and six men of the 57th regU meat; ten also were wounded. The pah was then taken by a charge, and the rebels fled, after leaving forty of their number dead on the field. • The East Coast, which was ambushed by the rebels near Wairoa, was then attacked, and some desperate fighting ensued. The rebels were totally routed. Their loss amounted to forty one killed, besides many wounded. General Chute intends to go through the centre of the enemy's territory on his return, and thus strike terror through Maoridom. A Urge ...
TOOWOOMBA. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
TOOWOOMBA. February 6. The farce of a municipal election was enacted here to-day. The proclamation dividing the town into wards, and the official telegram from the late Colonial Secretary to the Major, ware bod* totally ignored) *w&lt;^ nominations p**^^^ the old system wen reeeiTed. Messrs. Fraser, Flori, and Cowper ware the aldermen who retired, aod Messrs. J. little, D. Grigg, W. Toaiar, and H. lion were nomi nated. Ho assies ■■ or auditors ware nominated. The ratepayers are disgusted with the urrange menta, and to that may be attributed the apathy which waa exhibited. It ia with great dificolty Oat napeetabla pereon* can be indaeed to atand for dection, vnleaa for reipectite wards. With the excep tion of the members of the press, only torn panoaa ware present at the BomiaatMC. February 7. Tax annual meeting of the Agrieultiiral and Horticultural Society waa held hat erasing, at the Borereign HoieL There were aboat iffy members present, and Mr. M'Ahnne was elected totheeh...
BOOKHAMPTON. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
BOOKHAMPTON. February 5. The man Wrench, alias Cummings, was brought up to-day, at the Police Court, on the charge of robbing Mr. Slater of certain articles of jewellery, and was further remanded. All the retiring aldermen hare consented to stand for re-election with the exception of Mr. liTermore, who has resigned on the ground of Ul-iSalth. February 6. The mnoidpal elections took place to-day and eTcrything pawed off xery quietly. The retiring aldermen, Messrs. Mills, Wormald, J. B. M&lt;William, and Charles H. Morgan, were re-elected. Mr. John Ferguson was elected in room of Mr. E. P. lirermore, who had resigned. None of the candidates were opposed. The election of the Mayor will take place to morrow. Three auditors have been nominated, and the polling is fixed for Tuesday next Two asses son hare been nominated. February 7. A* a special meeting of the newly-elected Aldermen, Mr. B. M. Hunter was nominated and duly elected Mayor. The choice made is considered rery satisfac...
IPSWICH. (From the Queensland Times, February 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
IPSWICH. (From the Queensland Times, February 3.) THE patients, in the Ipswich Hospital have greatly increased in number during the past week; in fact, there are nearly as many in the house now as before the incurables were re- moved. The greater portion of the fresh eases consist of fevers and dysentery of a dangerous character. Mr. H. 8. Hamilton, whilst exercising a young hone in harness on Thursday evening last, was thrown from the brake in East-street, in consequence of the animal shying and becoming unmanageable; beyond a few bruses no injury was sustained. An Ipswich man has come in for a share of the loaves and fishes. Mr. J. P. Bharkey has been appointed Crown Lands Commissioner for the pastoral district of Burke; we presume that he will combine surveying with his other dfeties. We take the following extracts from the Mer cury of of Wednesday:— ObsatSovthkst akd Wbstkbh Raiiwat.— Knowing how grateful the Minister for Lands and Works always is for the valuable sugges tions h...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Pursuant to advertisement a meeting of rate-&lt;*> payers was held in the School of Arts yesterday, February 6, at noon. There were about one hundred of the ratepayers present, and the chair was token by his Worship the Mayor, at 12 o'clock precisely. The Mayor briefly informed the meeting that they had been called to elect five out of their number to serve at aldermen—two in the room of Aldermen Hassell and M'lntosh, who had resigned, and three in the room of Aldermen Shenton, Given, and Sullivan, whose term of offico had expired by. cifluxion of time. His worship then requested the Town Clerk to read the names of candidates for election. The Town Clerk reed the name* of the Al lowing candidate! :—Mr. C. F. Chubb, solici tor; James Footo, merchant; William Devine, publican; David Hughe*, commission agent; H. C. Williams, ironmonger; Charles Watkins, auctioneer; David Borers, publican; Michael O'Malley, publican; John Pettigrew, merchant; John...
FOUNTAIN'S CAMP. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
FOUNTAIN'S CAMP. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] January 30. OUR new chapel is progressing very favorably; the window-frames and doors are fitted in, and the building has reached a height of about seven and a-half feet. There is now every hope that it will be finished in February. The weather has, during the past week, been very hot, at many times the thermometer standing as high as 125 deg. in the sun; the 1 nights, also, being very close and warm. Luckily ' we are not annoyed by mosquitoes, but the lively " hoppers" are intolerable. Snakes, too, are very prevalent, I myself having had a very narrow escape the night before last ; but, luckily, whilst in the very act of of putting my foot in it, or rather on it, the gentleman with whom I was walking called out to me to step back. I immediately did so; but there not being a stick within thirty yards, the snake escaped. There have been two eases of sunstroke within the hut few days, one of the parties sur viving only a few hours; but the othe...
BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED TO DATE. Worn ias Brans. ! Brasdy, MartelPs per gaL £0 7 0 to£0 7 6 Do. Henessy's, do. ... 0 7 0 „ 0 7 6 Do. Otard Dupoy, ... 0 6 6 „ 0 6 9 Do. United Vineyard do. 0 0 0 „ 0 6 9 Do. Hennessy's, per case 0 0 0 „ 1 12 0 Do. MarteU's do. do. ... 0 0 0 „ 1 12 0 Do. Otard Dopuy do. do. 0 0 0 „ 1 8 0 Do. Pinet Castillo* do. do. 1 4 0 n 1 6 0 Do. inferior brands do. do. 0 13 0 „ 1 0 0 Bam, W.I.,30 o p. per gal. 0 3 6 „ 0 8 • Whisky, good do. — 0 S 4 „ 0 4 6 Do. in case, per dozen ... 0 9 0 „ 0 11 0 Do. Hays' Glenlivit ... 0 13 0 „ 0 13 0 Geneva, JDKZ, or key, 4 gal. ease 0 12 6 „ 0 13 0 Old torn, best brands per dozen — 0 18 6 „ 0 18 0 Port, good quality I per gaL O 0 8 I H 0 IS 0 Sherry, do. do. ... 5-080„0 15 6 Do. per dozen — ■ ji 1 15 0 M 8 0 0 Champagne, do. ... £SOO„2 15 0 Claret do. ... — p&lt;140„200 Hock, do. ... m J I 10 0 „ 2 10 0 Australian Claret, qrts.... 0 0 0 „ 1 11 0 Do. do., pints 0 0 0 „ 0 17 0 Alb ass Poena. Ale, Bass's No. 4 7...
Country Intelligence. OXLEY CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
Country Intelligence. OXLEY CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 9. THE agricultural returns usually collected at the dose of the year were gathered at the end of last month. The printed forms upon which these returns are made might be considerably might considerably unproved. Some items enumerated having nearly gone out of cultivation, and others having become of so much importance as to justify their insertion. Sorghum, and imphee are now almost entirely neglected, and where there are patches culti vated it is for consumption by the stock upon the farm, and only in very small quantities. Lucerne, clover, &c, on the other hand, are becoming much more widely cultivated, and will, ere long no doubt, obviate the necessity of our being dependent upon New South Wales for fodder of this description. The weather is now very favorable for farm ing operations. Anxiety was beginning to be felt on account of the young corn brought on so rapidly by the shower of Saturday week,...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
SYDNEY STATION AND PRODUCE REPORT. Ibwot avd Truu.—Wool: The sales of this week comprised about 960 bales, of which some 630 were sold at current rates. Through out the sale there was an evident desire on the part of buyers to secure all choice clip*, for which fall price* were given. Our catalogue contained several favorite lot*, which were told as followf: WO, 45 bales (fleece) at 19} d; RGJ, 84 bales (ditto) at 19Jd; OYMRO, 11 bales (ditto) at 18* d; B, 27 bales (ditto) at 18d; 80, 19 bales (ditto) at 18} d. Oreasy, at firom 6|d to lOid. Sheepskins: Wo disposed of about 6000 at the quotations of last week, Til.: TWftO., 3 bundles at Id; OHO, 9 ditto at 4\d ; WO, 1 lot at 7*d ; EH, 1 lot at sd; ditto, 1 lot (pelts) at Id; TBO, 1 lot at 7*d; B over I, 1 bale at 7*d; JK, 1 ditto at 6}d| ROorer T, 4 bales at 4d; W, 1 bale (pelts) at Id, 1 lot at 1H per lb. Tallow: This mar ket continues firm, and all parcels offering are taken at a slight adranoe on the quotation* of last week. We so...
NORTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
NORTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. Mercury, February 7. The adjourned annual meeting of the mem-&lt;*> bers of the North Australian Jockey Club was held at Tattersall's Hotel at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Present: Messrs. J. Murphy (in the chair), J. Panton, 8. Moffatt, C. F. Chubb, a. Thorn, jun., E. Campbell, Q. Dodwdl, and C. L. D. FattorinL The Chairman opened the meeting by reading the last year's report of the stewards, which was considered highly satisfactory. Mr. Chubb then proposed that Messrs. B. Little and X M. Boyds, who retire according to Bule 1, be re-elected as stewards. Seconded by Mr. Moffatt, and carried. Mr. Panton addressed the meeting to the effect that he hoped the dub would still con tinue to maintain its reputation, and concluded by heartily wishing it prosperity. Mr. .Dodwell moved, and Mr. Campbell seconded, a vote of thanks to the stewards and officers of the club for the highly creditable manner in which they had hitherto conducted the annual m...
TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 7. THE weather of the past week has been un-&lt;*> usually favorable for all kind, of agricultural operations, as well as for the gradual develop-&lt;*> ment toward maturity of the remaining descrip- maturity remaining descrip tions of prodaee yet to be gathered in. The appearance of the corn is all that the moat •anguine could wiih, and although the planting was delayed to an almost unusual period on many lands by the lengthened drought, yet the later plantings hare amply repaid the anxious watehings for a change, by a vigorous and healthy growth, which gives promise of an equal, if not a superior, crop to those lands which were planted, under the most favorable circumstances, before the drought. The recent rains have made our friends particularly active in preparing their wheat land, and the busy plough meet* one's sight La almost every direction along our Agricultural Reserve. We confidently believe that, for...
LATEST Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
LATEST Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Fsbbvabt 9.-Cityof Brisbane, AAN. Co/s a., 604 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, from Sydney Mr7l2 bett and child, Miss Bushbr. Miss Haaran. Mesers. J. C. De Voy, A. Heilbron, M. Weeding, C. Wheeler, J. Prince, 8. W. Blmes, J. Doyle, and S6 in the steerage. February «.—Benown, barque, 440 tons, Captain O. Adams, in Brisbane Roads, from London- J. aad G. Harris, agents.
WOOGAROO POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. Goggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866
WOOGAROO POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. Goggs. ILLEGALLY IN POSSESSION OF PROPERTY.- George Law appeared to answer a charge pre-&lt;*> ferred against him by Samuel Shepley, a splitter and fencer, residing at Oxley. Shepley, in residing Oxley. Shepley, his deposition, sworo that Law had in his pos session sundry articles of his—viz., a carpet, two boxes of wearing apparel, and a land order; and that he had found these in Law's house by •virtue of a scorch warrant, and beliered that Law had broken into his house and stolen them. The defendant stated that the property certainly had been found in his house, but in the possession of the plaintiff's wi fe, who, at tke time, was staying with him, and had come there to seek protection from her hus band's violence. Shepley was informed by the Bench that a wife could not rob her husband, and as the property hod been found in her possession, they dismissed the case. Threatening Languagi.—Alfr...