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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

CLEARANCES. June 4.—Contest, barque, 322 tons, Captain W. H Leigbton, for Newcastle, in ballast. June 4.—Stanley, schoouer, 118 tons, Captain J. Gibson, for Graft on, in ballast. Juno 4. —Salamander, schooner, 72 tons, Cap tain , for Baflle Creek, in ballast. June 5. —Gneering, 8., 48 tons, Captain J. Watson, for Mooloolah, in ballast. Juno s.—Octoroon, schooner, 52 tons, Cap tain J. Briggs, for Graftou, in ballast.

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

EXPORTS. Captain Cook, for Port Denison: 3 octaves 17 quarter-casks sherry, 55 cases champagne, 50 cases brandy, 5 cases cura[?]oa, 16 cases port wine, 3 quarter-casks wine, 10 hogsheads beer, 30 quarter-casks claret. Independence, for Lagooua Buy : 2 tons flour. ( 5 casks beef, 11 bags sugar, 1 case geneva, 1 ' box tobacco. , A telegram from Lytton stutes that a hrig ' came to an anchor at the mouth of the new , channel at 3.30 p.m. yesterday. I [by xlectbic telegraph.! MARYBOROUGH. " i DKrAHTCBEa. June 7. —Golden South, ship, for Brisbane. 1 June 8. —Leichhardt, ?., for Brisbane.

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LATEST Shipping Intelligence. CLEARANCE.—COASTWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

LATEST Shipping Intelligence. CLEARANCE.—COASTWISE. JUNE 8.—Captain Cook, schooner, 55 tons, Captain Edward Walsh, for Port Denison. June 9.—Independence, schooner, 32 tons, Captain D. M'Phee, for Lagoona Bay.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

MELBOURNE. June 4. The Gipps Land Copper Mining Company (recently formed) have commenced operations. June 5. The second trial of Mr. J.G. Beaney, the surgeon, on a charge of murder, will be re commenced on the 18th instant. A warrant has been issued for the apprehen sion of Mr. Sparkes, the late agent of the Peainsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company in Melbourne. Advices from Mauritius are to the effect that ■ugar is dearer. June 8. Deposits of sulphur have been found near Creswick. It is rumored that Parliament will meet in August. Flour is steady in price. Malt b lower. Rum is advancing. The llour market is firm. Teas are higher in price.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW LAND LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

THE NEW LAND LEAGUE. MEEANCHIN. THE "National Land League of Queens-<*> land" has now been fairly launched into existence. Its grand object appears to be —procuring the "enactment of such land laws as its members, in general meet ing assembled, shall consider most con ducive to the welfare and prosperity of the colony," and no one will dispute that this is not a fair and legitimate object enougli for a Land League to adopt as the main spring of its action. To carry out tbis purpose, the Committee are empowered to " arrange and adopt tests to be submitted to candidates for seats in the Legislature calculated to elicit their opinions for or against the principles of the League, and to take such steps as may seem necessary to forward its objects, through the press, public meetings, lectures, discussions on the land and other collateral questions, the establishing branches of the League throughout the colony, and to assist members of the League and the people generally to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

SYDNEY. June 4. The Government have formally notified their intention to terminate the present overland mail contract. June 5. A meeting has been held, which was most Humorously and influentially attended, on the question of raising-a mouument to Captain Cook. It was unanimously decided that a ■tatuc be raised, and that funds be collected for that purpose. Intelligence has been received in town that a Chinaman has boea murdered, and afterwards burned, near Sofala. The Souchays, s.s., arrived at Batavia on April 27. June 8. The result of fire months' imposition of ad valorem duties has been an increase of £78,000. The whole of the gold stolen a short time ago from the steamer Barwon has been found. It was buried in tho wharf of the Q. S. N. Cornpauy. At the weekly wool sales prices' remained unaltered from last quotations. Skius sold briskly. Parliament will re-assemble on July 24. Maize is quoted at 4s. 6d. per bushel. Flour remains unaltered in price. The Telegraph, s., and the Mar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROCKHAMPTON. June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. June 2. A Stevens, of the firm of Stevens and Co., grocers and ironmongers, has been committed to take his trial on a charge of obtaining money under false pretences from the Bank of Queens- land. It appears that he has been discounting bills under false representations. At least that is the charge made against him. Sail was offered, but refused. June 4. A moßt disgraceful scene took place in the Church of England yesterday. Mr. Beddek, the Clerk of Petty Sessions, insulted the clergyman, the Rev. Mr. Wright, and demanded that the keys of the church should be given to him. Mr. Wright refused, and Mr. Beddek then threat ened to summons him for detention. A Mr. Henry Mills, who appeared to be a BUpporter of Mr. Beddek, sent to Mr. Wright some psalms, which he, as a clergyman, refused to mul in the church, or accept in any way. Mr. Beddek then took possession of the organist's sent, and refused to allow the organist to officiate. Upon the organist attempting to play tlio h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Intelligence. MARYBOROUGH. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

Telegraphic Intelligence. MARYBOROUGH. June 4. THE Golden South, bringing immigrants, arrived in Herveys Bay on Saturday. It is reported that there were several deaths during the voyage; they were principally those of children, eight oi' whom died. One adult also died, from consumption. During the Toyage thore were seven births. All the passen gers are stated to bo enjoying good health.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

Hoi.iiOWAY'B Pills.—These pills uro more efll caciotiß in strengthening n debilitated constitu tion than any other medicino in the world. Persons of a nervous habit of body, nnd all who ure suffering from weak digestive organ*, or whoso health lias become dr-ranged by billious nliet-tions, disordered stomach, or liver coin. plaint a, «!nuld lose no time in giving then* ud m;ra'»!c pills a fair trinl. Coughs, colda, act lima, or .-hortncT-s of breath, arc also within the range of tin- Pitnativo powers of this very remarkably medicine. Tho cures elected by these pills aro li'it rii|i..-riiiiiiil or t?:i»i>orary, but complete and permanent. They are as mild as they are effi iMciou*, and nniy be given with confidence to ■.Uiii.aU: femulos and young children.—[Auvi.J

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DARLING DOWNS ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

THE DARLING DOWNS ANNUAL RACES. At a meeting of committee held yesterday afternoon, the entries were declared for the Maiden Plate and Grand Handicap. In consequence of there not being three entries for the Handicap Hurdle Race, it will be seen by our advertising columns that the committee have increased the prize for the second Hurdle Race, and thrown it open to all horses; but an increase of 141bs. weight is placed on all hones which have won an adver tised prize of £50 and upwards. This will allow for a large field of horses; and as the entries do not close until the evening of Mon day, the 18th instant, every facility is offered to parties at a distance to compete for the prize. The following were the entries declared:— Maids* Plate.—Mr. H. Munroe's g.g. Leopold, Mr. J. Russell's b.f. Peri, Mr. Harcon's b.g. Rearguard, Mr. J. Ryan's b.h. Ragged Boy, Mr. W. H. Kent's b.g. Codes, Mr. L. Flannery's br.g. Kildare. Grand Handicap.—Mr. H. Munroe's e.g. Tall Tall, Mr. H. Btott's br.g. ...

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Items. EVENTS TO COME OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

Sporting Items. EVENTS TO COME OFF. DARLING DOWNS JOCKEY CLUB.—Annual meeting, at Too-<*> woomba, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, June 19, 20 and 21. LEICHHARDT JOCKEY CLUB.—First Annual meeting, at Springiure, on Thursday and Friday, Juno 21 and Queensland JncKKY Club.—Sixth Annual meeting, on the Gayndah Course, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Juno 20, 27 arid 28. waewick Jockky Club.—Annual meeting, at Warwick, ou Thursday, and Friday, Juno 28 and 29 Xoithf.kn Qubkiw.vm) Jockky Ci.cb.—First meeting, on the Rockhamptnn Raws Course, on Wednesday and Thursday, July H and 19. Cleiuioxt Racks.—At Clcrmont, July 19 and 20.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Veterinarian. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

The Veterinarian. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. (COMMUNICATED.) IN the following remarks I have regard to the ad-<*> vertised destination of your most valuable paper, i.e., "The parlor, station, farm, citizen, and bush-<*> man." It is to the last class of your readers, I immediately venture to address myself, and trust that by giviug a simple and clear diagnosis of the characteristics of this fell epizootic, they may tend to facilitate its distinction from other diseases now, I regret to say, prevailing among many herds in this colony. I humbly, moreover, tnitt they may prove of some service to the squat tor, the dairy farmer, and others interested in cattle grazing. The name of the disease implies its locality, and limits the extension of pott mortem re searches fur purposes of its positive determina tion. Pleura—" the sides"—a serous membrane which encloses each lung, invests it m far us the root, and is then reflected on tho walls (parietcs) of the chest { and pne...

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROMA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

ROMA RACES. The races and the assizes being over, Roma has settled down in peace and1 quietness again. The former passed off very well, no disturbance of any kind occurring. There were the usual character* to be found as on all racecourses ; one with an " Aunt Sally," who did not seem to hare many admirers. There was alto the wheel of fortune, where one could play as well as twenty, and twenty as well as one; the notable proprietor of this little dodge was afterwards taken up for indulging in a little game of gambling with dice, —" under and over seven the main," —for which little pastime he was brought up before the P.M., and given a free ride to Toowoomba, and board and lodging gratis for three months afterwards at her Majesty's expense. In consequence of the mail starting on the Thursday afternoon instead of Friday morning, my budget of the races was too late to send last mail, and as the news most probably is stale, I simply send the names of the winners. First Day. MBBT BACH. T...

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LOGAN RIVER RACES. June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

LOGAN RIVER RACES. June 7. The Logan races came off last Friday, on Quincie Flats, near to Drynan's Hotel, at the "Logan" village. The weather was exceed-<*> ingly favorable, although only a moderate attendance took place, perhaps owing to the unfavorable time fixed, and the fact of these being the second races in the year. These second races, however, will not be held next year, and the annual Christmas meeting will be better established. There were perhaps a couple of hundred spectators, and these would no doubt have been amused as well as enlightened by the dexterous manipulations of several pro fessional gentlemen belonging to a class com monly called "thimble riggers," who had spread their "black and white" and shuffled out their cards before the astonished bullock drivers and timber-getters, if it had not been for the timely attendance of the police. The Logan must be rapidly advancing in civilisation when the attendance of such professionals can be commanded, wi...

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CESAR'S INVASION OF BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

CESAR'S INVASION OF BRITAIN. STUDENT. —It has lately been decided that Cæsar in his invasion of Great Britain landed at Hythe, on the afternoon of Sunday, the 27th of August, B.C. 55. The tide was setting east- ward at the time, and therefore in the direction ' of Hythe from where Csesar was at anchor be- j lore making to the shore. |

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LAMMAS WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

LAMMAS WHEAT. A WARWICK FARMER. —Although now gene-<*> rally given to a distinct variety of wheat, origi-<*> nally from Scotland, we believe the term ap-<*> plied at one time to new wheat. From the first return, a thanksgiving loaf was made j called the " Loaf-mass." Your grain is a very ' fine sample. Would there were many others I like you, " bound to get in 20 acres for this crop." j

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A DISPUTED WILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

A DISPUTED WILL. H.H.W.—You should come to town and con-<*> sult a solicitor. We could not undertake to offer any advice on the subject.

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AN IMPERFECT QUOTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

AN IMPERFECT QUOTATION. A COLONIAL POLITICIAN.—The imperfect quotation which you ask about is from "Earl Gray on the Colonial Policy of Lord John Russell's Administration." As you may not have this work we give you the complete ex tract : " Even now, in the former share colonies which possess representative institutions, the body of the population does not practically ex ercise such an influence in the assemblies as to exempt the advisers of the Crown from the duty of keeping a watchful eye upon the pro ceedings of the legislatures, for the purpose of checking any attempts which might be made to pass laws bearing unfairly on the laboring classes." We cannot find the other quotation.

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THE MARKET LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

THE MARKET LAWS. Yours, A MARKET GARDENER. SIR: The bye-laws of the Corporation may turn out right or wrong—if the latter, I be-<*> lieve there is judgment enough amongst our city fathers to modify them. All allow we want a market, and the farmers trust the matter, both by the Council and the Press, will be urged on to completion in some form or other. Let us first get the market; after that, rules can be easily made for the mutual beneCt of both seller and buyer.-

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CHARGES FOR VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 9 June 1866

CHARGES FOR VACCINATION. SIR: Would you kindly inform me in your wide-spread journal the following question?— "Can a doctor claim for vaccination, or is he allowed by Government?" The reason I trouble you with to small a matter is, it appear* that the doctor here has charged some ana not other*. By informing me you will confer a great faror. Gladstone, May 2S. ▲ SUBSCRIBES. [W« faelier* that • hm)l com per annum 15 paid by tho Government to a doctor in con sideration of his vaccinating children. There is generally a fixed time when the children are to be brought to the doctor for gratuitous vac cination, but of course he is not precluded from charging when he attends at the residence of the parents.] j

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