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THE LOGAN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

THE LOGAN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 10. THE weather for the most part has been showery and cold during the last week. The rain, although only partially enough for agri-<*> cultural purposes, has had a benefi- decidedly cial effect upon the gnu; and I hare teen several patches of potatoes that were planted during the middle of the dry weather just beginning to make an appearance. They look healthy enough, of course with a few misses, but I almost fear they will come to little or nothing, being so late. The sweet potatoes, too, arc Terr late, being kept back by th» drought. I hare seen some yams eight and ten pounds weight that seem to hare withstood the season remarkably well; and they are excellent eating, being far better than several sorts of puinpkins, especi ally to fat meat. I see that numbers of patche* of wheat are being put in as a sort of trial, and if there should be suooess, there is little doubt of the district soon supporting itself in flour. The ...

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Courts. SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1866. CIVIL SITTINGS. MONK V. HARRIS.-(Resumed.) BEFORE his Honor the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

The Courts. SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1866. CIVIL SITTINGS. MONK V. HARRIS.-(Resumed.) BEFORE his Honor the Chief Justice. BEFORE his Honor the Chief Justice. In the case of Monk v. Harris, a very great amount of evidence was gone into, and the case adjourned till next day. Criminal Sittings. Bbfori bis Honor Mr. Justice Lutwvche. The criminal sittings of the Supreme Court, at Brisbane, commenced to-day. The Attorney-General, iv person, prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. The other members of the bar present were Messrs. Jones, Hurst, and Hely. JCIOBI FinSD. George Hillyard, Hornet Howden, and Thomas Hodsou were each fined £3 for non attendance as jurors. The fine of George Hill yard was subsequently remitted. WOUSDIKG WITH IN TINT. Mary O'ffara wm indicted for that, on the 26th day of April last, she feloniously, unlaw fully, and maliciously did wound one Joseph Krosch with intent to do grierou* bodily harm. Upon being called upon to plead, the prisoner made a long statement har...

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CAUSE OR GARGET IN MILCH COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

CAUSE OR GARGET IN MILCH COWS. GARGET in milch cows is produced by several causes operating at the same time. It cannot be attributed to either one separately. When cows have the garget just before and immediately after calving, it i* caused by too high feeding in part, by the sympathetical influence of the puerperal fever in part, and by taking a little cold. The spongy material of tbe internal por tion of the udder becomes inflamed and swell*, and the milk coagulate*, and sometimes tbe ndder breaks, to form an egress for the foul matter that has collected. When cows come in during hot weather, if they have oeoets to an abundance of grass, and are " great milkers," and go unmilked for a long time previous to partu rition, if the udder i* distended to it* greatest capacity, they are liable to have the garget. When some cow* are milked irregularly, and not dean, they will often have the garget. If a heifer have the garget the first time she conies in, unless extra care can be exercis...

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. THE usual quarterly meeting of the members of the Young Men's Christian Association was held on Friday evening. Mr. R. Jarrott was voted to the chair, and opened the meeting with prayer. He then called upon the Secretary to read the Committee's Beport, which was as follows:— " Rkpobt fob Quabtxb nronco Mat 4, 1866. "Dear Brethren, — Your committee have much pleasure in presenting to you another quarterly report. During the past quarter the Tuesday evening lectures have been somewhat irregular. In the first instance the B«v. C. M'Culloch was unable to give one, as was anti cipated, in the month of February, owing to his removal into the interior. On the evening that the Rev. T. Beaizley was advertised to give a lecture on ' The Press,' your secretary received • notification from that gentleman through the Rev. E. Griffith, stating that it was impossible (through circumstances just arisen) for him to give it that evening, and as there was a numerous ...

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BRISBANE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 5. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

BRISBANE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 5. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. DRUNKENNESS.—Alexander Morrison, Thomas Gosnell, Henry Toppin, and James Marshall, were fined 10s. each; James Burnett, 5s. OBTAINING A LAND-ORDER UNDER FALSE Pbbtences.—Patrick O*Leary was brought up on a warrant from Boekhampton. He was re* manded till Monday. Labcsny.—Patrick Telty was charged with stealing a watch, the property of Phillip O'Reilly. Phillip O'Reilly deposed, that on the Ist of Hay he was stopping at- the Sportman's Anna, Queen-street; the prisoner was staying, there as well; about 11 a.m. witness went out tearing his watch and a black hair albert guard on the looking-glass in his bed-room; he came back at 12 o'clock, and the watch and chain were gone; he made enquiries but could hear nothing about them; he had owned the watch about fifteen months, and had paid £8 for it; his name was scratched in the inside case, at the back; he identified the watch and guard produ...

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WHEELER'S PATENT GOLD AND SILVER AMALGAMATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

WHEELER'S PATENT GOLD AND SILVER AMALGAMATED. OUR attention has been directed to the work-<*> ing of a Californian invention recently patented in the Australasian colonies. It is known us "Wheeler's Patent Amalgamator," the object bring, by a more perfect amalgamating process than anj now in use to save tho \*rge quantity of fine gold which, it is admitted on all hands, now escapes with the tailing*. These machine* have been in use in California, and tho oilier auriferous region* of the United State*, »in<-e tho year 1860; and so highly is their vuhu» appreciated there that in one e*t.>.hliiJmj<vit known us the Goold and Curry Mm« ihern aro a hundred lets of them at work—the result being thot the mine p-.iys about 4,H«»,009 dollar*, or equal to a million pounds sterling amsually in dividends ; and ?n:my foundries nru kopt con stantly at work in manufacturing ttie machine* for this and other establishment* of a like nature. They hare been introd...

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BRISBANE PETTY DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

BRISBANE PETTY DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, MAY 3. BEFORE the Police Magistrate, and A. Lem-<*> priere, J.P. UKDZnVDKD CASH. Richard Bulgin t. James Lehion.—£3 IS*., work done. Verdict for plaintiff by consent. John Kennelly y. J. Allenbj.—£3 3s. 6d., hoard and lodging. Verdict for plaintiff. William Anderson y. Bobert Forsyth.—ls., work done. Verdict for plaintiff. W. C. Buah r. F. A. Kayser.—£9 Os. 9d. good* told. Verdict for plaintiff. James P. Larcombe t. Thomas BattershilL— £9 9s. 9d-, goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff. John Randolph Sabine t. James 3. Bonar.— £8 75., promissory note. Verdict for plaintiff. A. Dunn t. William Stokes.—£4 65., goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff. £. and J. Young and Co. t. E. Walker.— £9 16s. 7d., goods sold. Verdict for plaintiffs bj consent. A. Dunn r. Messrs. Downing and Co.—£s 175., goods sold. Plaintiff nonsuited. Charles G. Dye v. George Skyring.—£ll6s., work done.. Verdict for plaintiff. William Reed y. Michael Horan—l3s. 3d., goods so...

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Government Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

Government Notices. WE take the following extracts from the Government Gazette of Saturday, May 5: — APPOINTMENTS.—Hugh Hamon Massie, Esq., Police Magistrate, Brisbane; Robert Handcock, Esq., Brisbane; Charles George Gray, Esq., Police Magistrate, Ipswich; WiUiam M'Taggart Dorsey, Esq., Ipswich; and Henry Beginald Buttanshaw, Esq., Visiting Justice, to be mem bers of a commission to visit and report upon the state of the Lunatic Asylum. Mr. Edward Henry Cox, to be a probationary officer of the 6th class in the Customs department, Rockham ton, vice Fahey, resigned from ill health., Philp Pinnock, Esq., Police Magistrate, to be appointed? Acting Begistrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages at Bowen, Port Denison. The Rev. WiUiam Hill, Wesleyan minister, Ipswich, to be authorised to celebrate marriages in Queens land. The Rev. Charles Wiles, Wesleyan Methodist minister, Warwick, to be authorised to celebrate marriages in Queensland. Tendebs Invited.—For clearing the High fields Boad, bet...

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APPRAISEMENT OF RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

APPRAISEMENT OF RUNS. It is hereby notified that, in accordance with the prorisions of the Pastoral Leases Art of 1863, 27 Victoria, No. 17, the annual rent* of the undermentioned runs hare been appraised for renewed leases at the amounts specified. A. C. Gbxoobt, Surveyor-General. Ik a supplementary Government Gazette, published on Wednesday, it is notified that the following deed of assignment has been registered in the Supreme Court:—'• Between Godfrey Freeman White, of Brisbane, in the colony of Queensland, storekeeper, of the first part; Robert Bulcock, of Brisbane, aforesaid, produce merchant, and Simon Frascr, of the same place, auctioneer (trustees for the purposes in the deed of assignment mentioned), of the second part; and the several persons and bodies corporate who hare by themselves or their agents executed the said deed of assignment, being creditors of the said Godfrey Freeman White, and whose names are mentioned in the schedule attached to the said dead of assignmen...

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Sporting Items. EVENTS TO COME OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

Sporting Items. EVENTS TO COME OFF. FITZEON DOWNS ANNUAL RACES.-At Roma, on May 17 and 18. CONDAMINE ANNUAL RACES.—Thursday and Friday, May 24 and 25. Xobth Avstkauan Jocket Club.—Annual meeting, at Ipswich, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Juue 5, 6 and 7. Dakli.ng Downs Jocket Club.—Annual meeting, at Too wooraba, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, June 19,30 and 21. Leichhakdt Jockey Club.—First Annual meeting, at Spriogsure, on Thursday and Friday, June 21 and 22. Qceexsland Jocket Club.—Sixth Annual meeting, on the Gayndah Course, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, June 26,27 and 28. Warwick Jockky Club.—Annual meeting, at Warwick, on Thursday, and Friday, June 28 and. • Xorthken Qckknsland Jockkt Cur*.—tint meeting, on the Rockhampton Race C<«rß;, on Wednesday and Thursday, July 18 and 19. BocKnAXPTo.v Regatta.—To be held on Queen's Birth day, May 24 Cvlkuoxian Games.—Third Annual Gathering of the Queensland Caledonian Association, in the Botanic Gardens Bri...

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RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. Our Sydney correspondent, under date May 1, writes: Randwick Races (it seems to me that they always are racing out there) commenced last Saturday, and are to be continued on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday next. Thursday and Saturday will be the grand days, as on the first the Sydney Gold Cup of 150 sovereigns, with £200 added, and a handicap sweepstakes of 20 sovereigns each, form the prize to be run for; and on the Saturday there is the Bous Handi cap of 10 sovereigns each, with 100 sovereigns added, for three year olds, and the Queen's Plate of 200 sovereigns, besides several other handicaps. From this it would appear likely that the sport will be good. Mays. Fifth Day. the boub handicap, Of 10 soys. each, h.f., with 100 sow. added. Distance, U mile and 240 yards. Cossack 1 THE BANDWICK HANDICAP, Of 10 soys. each, h.f., with 100 soys added. Distance, H mile. Sultana 1 THE QUEEN'S PLATE, Of 200 soys. Distance, 3 miles. Cossack 1 Tarragon 2 This was a good r...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

EXPORTS. Australia, for Port Demsom: 100,000 fort timber.

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LATEST Shipping Intelligence. COASTWISE.—CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

LATEST Shipping Intelligence. COASTWISE.—CLEARANCE. Max IL—Australia, brig, 188 tons, Captain J. W. Hughes, for Port Denison.

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GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. Mar IL—Williams, s, and Queensland, s., from Maryborough. DBPAKrVBSS. May 11.—Williams, a, and Queensland, for Eockhampfrm, at 11.15 a.m.

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CAPE MORETON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

CAPE MORETON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] May 11. May Arrival.—Osboume House, ship, from Lon don. She is now lying off the Pilot Station. dsadsad

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THE LAW OF PARTNERSHIP BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

THE LAW OF PARTNERSHIP BILL. SOME apprehension having been expressed by certain hon. members in the Legislative As-<*> sembly last evening, during the debate on the above bill, that it might be injurious to mercan- tile interests, we publish the following opinions which ha«e been given in reference to it. It is, 'as stated by the Attorney-General, a oopy of the BnglishAet. (From the Momty Market Meview.) Several attempts have been made of late to obtain an amendment of the law of partnership in these respects, and the failure of Mr. Schole neld's bill daring the last edition of Parliament was the subject of almost universal regret. This year, however, the matter has at last been taken up by the Government, and the bul has been introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. MUner Gibson and Mr. Hutt, the President and Vice-Preeident of the Board of Trade, and will now in all probability be carried. The bill is very short and simple, and is not the less commendable, perhaps...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. May 10.—Lady Bowen, ship, from Hew York; Florence Irving, s., from Brisbane. DWTAXTUV**. May 10.—Sarah and Mary, schooner, and Ton Tangs, s-s., far Melbourne.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

CRICKET. A MATCH was commenced on Saturday last between the first eleven of the Albert Club and second eleven of the United Club. The game so far as it went, was very closely contested. The United took the bat first, and the first four wickets fell for 18 runs. The only good scores were 26 obtained by Bourne and 18 by Connor. The former played in a lively style, and made some good hits, including one for four runs. On the Albert side, Geddes was the only player who got into double figures. A meeting of the United Cricket Club was held on Monday evening. It was determined that a match should be played with the Athenian (Ipswich) Club on Saturday first, the 19th in stant. The arrangement originally proposed between the two clubs was, that the Ipswich cricketers should play a return match in Bris bane a fortnight after the first contest, but the Athenian Club being unable to accede to these terms, it was decided that an eleven of the United Club should proceed to Ipswich on the date ab...

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CALEDONIAN GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

CALEDONIAN GAMES. From an advertisement in our first page, it will be seen that the Caledonian Society have resolved to make their games even more at-<*> tractive this year by the introduction of the good old border sport of wrestling, when Eng lishmen met the lads o* the bonnets for a friendly " grip." Quoits are also to be intro duced. Great preparations are being wiarif for these games.

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TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 12 May 1866

TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WE have had a week of fine showery weather, and everything seems again started with new life, the pasture lands are looking green, and the oats are gaining strength and promising every-   thing that we could wish; the plough is busily at work, and clearing is being rapidly pushed forward in order to break up the land during the present favorable weather. The high prioea that are being obtained for oaten hay will in duoe many people to put in that crop in prefer ence to potatoes or wheat, and the heavy crop* of last season give a favorable prospect of fa success. In addition to the security which the present season offers for obtaining a good plant, the wheat lknds are being rapidly brought into con dition, and the few pieces already up are looking strong and vigorous, and remarkably thick in plant. It is in seasons such as these that the thrifty fanner will discover bis advant age in being prepared for casual changea of temperatu...

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