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CAPS MORETON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

CAPS MORETON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] February 8. Arrival.—A steamer (the City of Brisbane) from the south, at 7.60 pjn. February 9. departure.—Koh-i-noor, barque, for New- castle, at 12.28 p.m. [ST BXaCISIC TEXEOBAVELI MARYBOROUGH. AJUUVAUL February B.—John Weatherstoae, and Bein deer, ketches, from the Burrum Biverv BEPAJbTUBES. —^W B—r*d 7 Bo**"*. •*. fi» Brisbane• Maid of Riverton, sdwoner, for Fort Daajsee.

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

GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. February 9.—Leichhsrdt, s., from Mary borough. DBFABTVBB. February 9.—Leichhsrdt, a, for Boekaaasp- p-rthsmr ton.

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LEICHHARDT'S LAST LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

LEICHHARDT'S LAST LETTERS. Geelong Advertiser. OUR Melbourne correspondent has been enabled by the courtesy of the South Aus-<*> tralian Register, to supply us (in anticipa-<*> tion of publication) with one of the last letters written by Leichhardt. The following is a translation of some interesting letters of Leichhardt to his relatives in Germany, written during the summer of 1847-48. The first has refer ence chiefly to the unsuccessful start which he made previous to his final departure. It records in a manner which is now almost painful to reflect on the many difficulties he encountered and the disappointments he experienced ; while, on the other side, the noble ambition which ani mated him appears equally affecting. It is a matter of iegret that very few details of his early life are obtainable. He was born in the small village of Betskow, near Berlin, where his father was a clergyman. After the usual course of edu cation at the Volkschule and the Gy...

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CHILI AND PERU. New York, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

CHILI AND PERU. New York, December 2. The Spanish Admiral Pariga continued to threaten to bombard the Chilian ports, without during to carry the threats into effect. He an-<*> nounces that the blockade was to be restricted to six principal ports : Valparaiso, Caldera, Coquimbo, Herredowa (?), and Talcahuana. All others are left open to commerce. This new arrangement affects the interests of foreigners exclusively, and is an acknowledgment of the illegitimacy of the former blockade, and leaves his Government subject to the chums of neutrals injured thereby. Postal communication with the Chilian ports has been resumed. At Panama, several destructive fires had oc curred. Dates from Valparaiso say the revolutionary forces in Peru hod triumphed, and peace was restored. The overthrown President took refuge on an English man-of-war, and departed on his way to Panama. Lima was captured on the morning of the 6th of .November by the revolutionary troops. No resistance was made e...

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WEST INDIES. New York, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

WEST INDIES. New York, December 5. Advices from Havannah of November 29th, state that the rebel General Anderson, with 1500 of his follower., had surrendered to the Governor, and the triumph of Government over triumph the rebellion was complete. Most of the rebel chiefs had been shot. At Martinique and Guadeloupe the cholera was raging with considerable severity, and vessels refused to enter the ports on account of the danger. The disease had not appeared in Cuba, or, so Jar as known, in any other of the West India Islands, Coneerningthe part taken by certain members of the Baptist persuasion in the affairs of Jamaica, the following letter has been sent to the editor of the Courier tat republication, by Mr. James Swan of Brisbane. The original was from Sir M. Peto to the IW#.— "thb ram" axd ths baptists. "Sib,—ln your issue of Monday, the 13th instant, in a leading article, I find the following words:— " ' In the old days of slavery the Jamaica negro was noted among his race'for his...

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News and Notes. BY A SYDNEY MAN. Monday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

News and Notes. BY A SYDNEY MAN. Monday, January 29. FROM Melbourne papers received last night, it would appear to be beyond doubt that Sir Charles Darling had been recalled. The Argus says:—" We are in a position to state that the recall of his Excellency the Governor was determined upon by the 1 Home Government previous to the despatch of the November mail," and the Age does not deny it. In the meantime it is reported here that Sir John Young has been in structed to hold himself in readiness to proceed to Melbourne. If so, Sir John will gain an addition uf £3000 a year to his salary. And then what will follow ? Per haps you know all about it, and most assuredly I don't; but there seems nothiDg unreasonable in the conjecture that Sir George Bowen may probably come to Sydney. No doubt it would be an immense relief to his Excellency, after having had to deal with such a community of radicals as you are ; but, after all, Governors don't do as they please, even here. Sir George would a...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

News of the Week. WE have received from our correspondent at Gladstone a very fine sample of copper ore, which was taken from a lode recently opened near the Calliope Range. Specimens have been forwarded to the Minister for Lands and Works, who, no doubt, after instituting due enquiries will afford that protection to the discoverers to which they are entitled. The Diamond, which arrived at the wharf about 12 o'clock on Thursday night week, brought up from the Montmorency, now lying in the bay, one of the crew in a very advanced stage of consumption. He was taken to the hospital, and, notwithstanding the lateness of the hour, he was received, and is now undergoing medical treatment. We understand that a meeting of the mem- bers of No. 1 Company of the Volunteer Artil- lery Corps will shortly be held, for the purpose of making arrangements for an encampment at Sandgate. The present season of the year would be very favorable to such a movement, and at the same time there would no doubt...

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THE BAYSWATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

THE BAYSWATER. The immigrant ship Bayswater, Captain Pack, left Queenstown at 2 p.m., on the 27th September, with 402 Government immigrants and two cabin passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Quinn (who are bound to Brisbane). She met with light baffling bead winds to the Equator, and light winds to 35 degrees N. latitude, and 10 degrees longitude W. ; from thence to Cape Pillar, the S.E point of Van Diemsn's Land, had fair winds; she passed several icebergs in latitude 51 S., snd made Cape Moreton with N. winds, in 21 days; and on Wednesday, the 17th instant, she stood on and off the coast until she anchored in Keppel Bay on last Mon- day evening. The surgeon, Dr. John S. Hallows, M.R.C.S., reports that there embarked on board the vessel 88 msrried couples, 19 single men, 104 single women, and 105 children and infants. The deaths during the voyage were—1 single female, and 6 children and infants. The births were eight—4 males snd 4 female—and the number arrived was 408, of whom about 100 proceed...

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THE REDBANK COAL MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

THE REDBANK COAL MINES. THE coal-mining industry, though but of comparatively recent birth, gives promise of becoming one of the most important in Queens- land. The mines, the name of which forms the heading of this article, were, until within a few mouths ago, the only ones in existence, and it is only a few years since that even they have been worked upon an extenaive scale. There is everything in favor of the development and extension of coal mining. A few impediments removed, and this colony may become the chief depot of India, China, the west coast of America, and all other places in the Southern Seas where steam traffic is carried on. There is no doubt that we can furnish an unbounded supply. The resources of the pits at Redbank are as it were scarcely touched; while along the coast to the northward are to be found indications of coal fields, which only require enterprise to bring them prominently forward. The Burrum mines, beyond Maryborough, only the other day dis- discovere...

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GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. THE following items are taken from the Government Gazette of Saturday last, 3rd of February:— APPOINTMENTS.—Mr. Maurice Applebee Fel- ton to be an officer of the 3rd class ia the Auditor-General's Department, such appoint ment being effectire from Ist January, 1866. The Begistrar-General (Chairman), the Immi gration Agent, the Portmaster, the Health Officer, and T. B. Temple, Esq., MJX, to be members of the new Immigration Board; the board as formerly constituted being discon tinued. Walter M'Clintock, Esq., Clerk of Petty Sessions at Somerset, to be Clerk of Petty Ses sions at Bowen, vice Doutty.; Henry George Simpson, Esq., Commander Boyal Nary, to be Police Magistrate, Clerk of Petty Sessions, and District Registrar, at Somerset, Cape York; Henry George Simpson, Esq., Commander Boyal Navy, to be Commissioner of Crown lands for the district of North Cook, vice Jardine; Henry Georgo Simpson, Esquire, Commander Boyal Navy, to be Harbor Master and Marine Surrey...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 10 February 1866

Births, Marriages, and Death*. BIBTIIS. BUXTON.—On the 28th January, Mrs. J. W. Buxton, of a daughter. GREGORY.—On the 6th February, at Toowoomba, Mrs. Francis T. Gregory, of a daughter. HARDCASTLE.—On the 6th February, at Pendleton Cot. tage, South Brisbane, Mrs. Alfred Ilardcastle, or a son. HAWKES.—On the 7th February, at the Military Barracks, the wife of Sergeant Hawkes, of H.M. 12th regiment, of a daughter. PALMER.—On the Ist February, at the residence of her father, Leichhardt Lodge Xewtown, near Sydney, the wife of William Henry Palmer, of a daughter, QUINTON.—On the 5th February, at Montague-street, South Brisbane, the wife or W. C. Quinton, Esq., of a son. SLAUGHTER.—On the 6th February, at Peel-Street, South Brisbane, the widow of the late William Slaughter, of a daughter. TEMPLE.—On the sth February, at Athol Place, Wickham Terrace, the wire or Thomas Bumet Temple, Esq., or a son. MARRIAGES LOVEKIN—HUTCHINSON.—On the 5th February, by special license, by the Bey. James Lo...

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THE DRAINAGE OF BRISBANE. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

THE DRAINAGE OF BRISBANE. (COMMUNICATED.) THE daily increase of offensive smells in and about the city, together with the state of the principal thoroughfares after any-<*> thing approaching to a heavy or sudden shower, point, in my opinion, to but one conclusion, that the adequate drainage of Brisbane will, ere long, force itself promi nently, and perhaps disagreeably, upon the attention of its inhabitants. The formation of a new town, and the setting out its streets, are generally more or less the result of circumstances, and no one can be justly blamed fur failing to fore see at the outset, and therefore to provide for the future increase of its area. The absence of proper municipal arrangements must necessarily characterise every community at first starting, where the burden of taxation is laid on the shoulders of its members by themselves. Were we under the rule of some military dictator, or irresponsible governor, our streets and other places might be different, ...

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ADDRESS TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

ADDRESS TO OUR READERS. IT is usual, on issuing the First Number of a new Journal, to say something of the prin-<*> ciples on which it will be conducted, and the objects which it is proposed to attain. In com- plianee with thia vim and time-honored custom we will hrieiy state the nature of the work we hare planned. Our first desire is to render this paper what it» name implies, a steady advocate of the general Interest! of the colony. There has, for some time past, been a great want of a standard colonial journal, not only to contain a record of local event*, but to take a com prehensive view, and to give a faithful chronicle, of all matters affecting the interests of the whole colony. This want the Queetlandtr is designed to supply, and if experience and assiduity, combined with the use of the most extensire resources, can command success, the undertaking must prove a prosperous one. All classes of the community will find in our columns fair representation, for howeve...

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

LATEST DATES. too*ra Xor. 87, Canterbury ... Jan. 30 b»erica ... Dec. w otago ... Jan. 2S ItouTitius .„ Xor. 25 MMjrboroogh ... Feb. 14 SewOouthWalM Feb. 10 Gajrndah ... Feb. 10 rictoria ... Feb. » Gladstone ... Feb. ? touth AiutraUa Feb. 1 Bo^hampton... Feb. 13 bannceston ... Feb. 3 Ctermoat ... Feb. 9 Bobart Town ... Feb. 3 Port Deniaon ... Jan. *3 lackland ... Ian. 27 <

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GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS. THE following appeared in the Government Gazette of Saturday, February 10:— APPOINTMENTS.—Arthur Macalister, Esq., jun., to be recording clerk for the district of Borke. Mr. Edwin M. HoUinworth to be an officer of the 3rd class of the Civil Service in the department of Harbors and Riven, to date from Ist February, 1865. Mr. Biehard F. Phelan to be an officer of the 3rd claw, and Mr. Edward Deahon to be an officer of the 4th class of the Civil Service, in the Government Savings' Baak department; these appointments to date from Ist Julj, 1865. Fu-ixrtrni Pfbchahi.—P. J. Pigott, Auburn, No. 1 run, consisting of 980 acres j price, £1 per acre. the following are the rules for »T»min ft tion of candidates for the Civil Service of Queens land: l.ThattheSxecutireOorernmentshattdelegate its powers in this respect to the General Board of Education, which shall, by means of H* secretary and inspectors, hold • pnblie exami nation in the January and July of every year (...

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SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. & i Down. Week. n a\ Ipnrieh (dep.) ... Walloon (an.) ... Walloon (dep.) ... Grandehoter (air.) ! I 1 i ». 0 3. 0 C.15 »J» 3L30 1 Ofi •J3 03S 7 J» 10JS 4J5 8.0 i T. 0 'li 0' i.0 7.40 12.*) 5.40 7:43 U.4»\ 6.18 802, 1031 W2 805; US! «05 I *m.\ l 1 I 1 I •JO Id. 0 10. S 10.43 ,— I I 7J8 8.0 I I Fp. - *» I I I Ui Graadchetter (dep.) WaBooa (anr.) Walloon (dep.) ... North Ipswich (air.) Ipswich (anr.) 7.0 7.40 7.42 a 12 805 415 4J» 4JS7 &J7 U0 «

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POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

POST OFFICE AND RAILWAY DIRECTORY. * A mail rtoamer learet Brisbane for the ports of VaryttrwwmU. Gladstone, and loekhanptoa erery alternate TueaAay. a rt«amer to afco deayatehed to the** port* every week by the AAN. Company, which curies mails. The Northern 3UUa arriv« at Brisbane on Friday or Saturday. Newspaper* are required to be ported one hour bete* the time appointed for dosing the maito. Satmlav ... Friday ... Thmrtitait n'etliKulay Ttvuluii* ... Mom)ay ... 8vntta# ... DAYS. B. Waterholes, Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich— (MoggUl 10 a.m.) B. Waterholen. Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich — (I/wan Boserre, Xorang Creek, 2 p.m.) B. Watcrholoii, Oxley, Goodna, Iltswlch Bocky Waterboles. Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich »«rWy Waterholes, Oxley, Good- na, Ip»wlch-(W»rwick, X«- nango, Mandmtto. 10 a.m.) Booky Watcrholoj, Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich 0.15 A.M. MilM ABR1V1 AT TH« OKITKBAL roar-OTTICS, BBISDAWJt, Oxley, Ooodna, Ipswich I _ . . Oxley, Goodna, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Vrayton, Dalby, Condainlne, Bnrat, Roma, F...

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MEMORIES OF THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

MEMORIES OF THE DEAD. IGNOTUS. THERE are instances in most of our lives, when remembrances of dear departed ones call into existence affections as sweet as the per-<*> fumes gathered by the last faint breath of the evening breeze, as it plays amidst the flowers blossoming above oar loved ones' graves. We think not in such momenta of faults or imper fections ; but oar imaginations excite us to a deep, a holy admiration of each attractive trait in the character of the loved and lost, yet not lost for ever i aad as bright hop* points to meetings in the happy region where partings are unknown, the heart and mind are illumi nated with the fondest desires, the holiest aspi rations, each of which is as beautiful as the ray east by a silvery star over the ascending soul of the Christian, as it leaves this world for a hap pier sphere. There are few of us who will not shed a tear as we view a momento of the de parted. A keepsake, a ring, a faded flower, a ribbon, or a glove, wil...

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A TRIP TO HENNOGERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

A TRIP TO HENNOGERER. BY POLICEMAN X. THERE R many lokal topix On vich i might komment, & of a pik nik to Hennogerer Hit is my present hintent. 2 provide a Atari relashun, Vich i ope may be amewsing Too the ladies to, and rentlemsß, Vich the "Kourrier" B using. Sam weex ago, hin horfis, Letters " O. H. M. 8." 1 perewsed, Tith perfcsshunnl dokkumenta, Vich their kontents all may guess, ft among them was a billy doo,—■ " Miss Julier M expex 2 *pik nik hat Heimogemr The kumpany of Fleeoeman X" Vich the fare sex i admires, AboTe all objiks hin ■ inasliiiii; So on De la Boot teented paper i axeepted the invitashun. The honpufcn* day arrived, ft we started hin a kar, 2 teethe a 4 said water works;— (SX. : we didn't ask Mamma). The party itkoasisted In N0.7 or so; And when we reached the S mik scrub, The 'os» would'nt farther go. Hxfthekar tos overloaded, i kould'nt xaetly say; bat i think that'oss subsisted on 1 grain of maie ft a straw per day. Ye Talked on 4 about a mile, ft git...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

EXPORTS. Bcotia, for Melbourne : 59,000 feet cedar, a quantity of sails and spars, B. Hutchins ; 14 packages paint, 1 box effects, Bright Bros. Queen of the Colonies, for London : 441 bale* wool, Bell and Sons; 280 bales wool, W. B. Tooth ; 236 bales wool, M'Lean aud fieit; 178 bales wool, John Watts and James Taylor; 171 bales wool, Hodgson and Watts ; 40 bales wool, Green and Co.; 77 bales wool, E. Jen kins ; 57 bales wool, George Thorn; 151 bales wool, J. F. M'Dougall; 201 bales wool, J. D. M'Lean ; 111 bales wool, James Tajlor; 38 bales wool, Trustees T. do L. Moffatt; 59 bales wool, A. Wienholt; 46 bales wool, Wien holt Brothers ; 8 bales wool, Beardmore and Co.; 64 bales wool, J. and A. Brown; 26 bales wool, Fitz and Wilson; 16 bales wool, Headrick, livermore, and Co.; 70 bales wool, Scott Brothers and Co.; 51 bales wool, North British Australasian Co.; 20 bales wool, C. B. Haley; 92 boles wool, G. H. Wilson and Co.; 16 bales wool, M'Donold, Smith, and Co.', 105 bales wool, Mo...

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