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A CHEERFUL FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

A CHEERFUL FACE. No beauty, be it e'er so rare, Can be complete without one grace, That crowning charm beyond compare, The beauty of a cheerful face. ▲ cheerful free, wherever found, Dispels dull gkwm, and in its place Diffuses sunshine all around, That beams from out a cheerful face. Though sadness settles round the heart, ▲ gloomy brow won't mend the ease! Disguise your grief—act well your pact, .Andhide it neath •cheerfulfive. Your private griefs few care to know ; Bad looks are always out of place; fleem happy, then, where'er yon go, And show it in a cheerful face. A cheerful face wins many friends, And holds them in a tight embrace; They can't resist—lore somehow tends, By instinct, towards a cheerful face. Though of mere beauty you're bereft, The loss of that you may replace x For etui a substitute U left— There's magic in a cheerful face. When Cupid goes his wayward round— Lore being the object of his ehaee— The imp will probably be found Lurking round a cheerful face. When l...

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

IMPORTS. Johan Cesar, from Hamburg: 120 cases, C. Heussler and Co. Cesar Oodeffroy, from Hamburg: 300 casks cement, 100 cases beer, 2 cases, Order. Bayswater, from Liverpool, via Keppel Bay : 1 which, 1 cask chains, J. Bourne; 1 box, W. S. Stone; 1 box tools, 11. Fowler; SO case* beer, G. H. Wilson and Co.; 1 sewing machine, Miss E. Bradshaw; 20 hogsheads ram, G. Baff and Co.; 40,000 slates, 2 casks stone bottles, 14 trunks boots and rliocs, 220 cases bottled stout, Bright Brothers; 1 box effects, T. Meade; 1 case books, O. Slater ; 6 cases hardware, 1 bale woollens, 2 bales, 1 parcel, H. Box, Son, and Co.; 4 casks, Cribb and Foote; 96 ovens and covers, 20 cases galvanised iron, 2 hogsheads, Fraser and Buckland; 1 box, W. Pettigrew : 1 box, Miss Thornton; 3 boxes stationer?, J. W. Buxton; 550 barrels bottled beer, Orr and { Honeyman; 1 box, C. Walsh ; 1 box effect*, M'Clement; 10 hogsheads holloware, 100 hogs heads ale, 1 boiler, 1 funnel, 48 packages and pieces machinery, 96 pile s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

FaTßitnrs. vfe^^vj^^^^B^gj^^^fcj^^^P^^^gjpy GMNSBAL FUBNTTURS WABEHOUSB. G THROWER, Bpriag, Fibre, and Machine . c made Flock and Hair Mattreues, Iron Bedsteads, and erery kind of Colonial Furni ture, Qvnor-wiun (opposite Pofiee-oflce), BnisTBAR. ■ , ■-■ - « ■ ■ ■ .. TRY BUT. PALMER * CO.'A .'.,-.- 17s. 6d. MADE TO MEASURE. j OPPOSITE TOWN HALL, * I quzbx ituxt.

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

The Veterinarian. INFLAMMATION of the bowels runs its course with frightful rapidity in tea or twelve hours, and sometimes in six or seven hours, when oc-<*> curring from sudden chills after exhausting work. It ?hiefly affects the small intestines. The more common variety affects the large intestines, and generally results from overloading the stomach and bowels, and follows stomach staggers and colic From the first most of the symptoms of colic are present; bnt soon the animal is ob served to lie down with increasing caution; the nostrils are dilated, the breathing increased, the pulse at first firm, and about sixty, gets gradually quicker, and eventually becomes imperceptible. The signs of amend ment are less dulness and the bowels acting. When the case is inflammable the mouth be i comes hot and clammy, and cold perspiration covers the abdomen; the hone looks towards his flank*, staggers round his box, becomes in sensible to external objects, or dashes himself about...

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WINE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

WINE MAKING. CHAPTER III.—I have already said that to make good wine all the operations which follow the gathering of the grapes should be carried on under cover of the house allotted for that purpose. At present I would describe these operations. However simple and primitive as may appear to be the making of wine, it em. braces a series and succession of acts which should be well understood by the proprietor, or whoever else has the direction. The chief, whoever he may be, should receive in penon the grapes as they arrive, note the quarter firosa whence they come, famine their "Qtdifrm, quantity, quality, and richness, all of which should be entered in the vintage-book. He should then see the grapes placed in a con venient place lor future operations. In -«*fr»fr»g the quarter, he will specify the particular part of the vineyard upon which these grapes were grown, the soil, and the particular vine being already known, this record repeatedduring many yean will furnish matter for use...

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THE DISEASE IN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

THE DISEASE IN POTATOES. IT afforded me so much satisfaction to read the article on "The Disease in Potatoes" in your journal of Saturday last, that I have resolved to take up my pen, with a belief that I can afford some information on the same subject. lean see that the writer of the article is a practical man, and very likely an educated man too; but I fear besides that he has got too much theory mixed up with his practice. In this I may be wrong. My present purpose is to point out whero my experience dinars from his and where it agrees. If the result should be that I am enabled to improve on my next summer crop of potatoes, the time will not be wasted. With O. I agree that the disease is caused by want of moisture, although he has altogether failed to show that the soil in which his I seed was planted contained too little moisture to bring the fruit of that seed to a healthy ma turity had it been properly placed in the ground and worked during its growth. Had he done this, aiid t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Farm & the Garden. WORTH PREPARING FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

The Farm & the Garden. WORTH PREPARING FOR. £2O IS THE PRIZE to be offered at the show of January, 1867, by the committee of the Horticultural and Agricultural Society for the best three sorts of grain, in quantities of not less than three bushels each. This handsome sum has been placed at the disposal of the com mittee of the society by a friend of the working farmer, who is earnest in his wish for the advancement of the class to which it is offered; and it is certainly sufficient to stimulate the slowest to exertion. The prize, it is believed, will not be confined to any three particular sorts of grain—oats, wheat, and barley will do ; or maize, beans, and wheat; or in fact any three sorts of grain the district can pro duce ; it has not, we believe, been even definitely settled that sorghum, millet, or the root crops may not be eligible. Of, this, however, our readers will be apprised in good time; although it is not now too early to set aside a likely spot for their pro d...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. February 14.—Spunkie, schooner, Bern Hae, French barque, and Wonga Wonga, s.s., from Melbourne; Alexandra, schooner, from Ade laide. DEPABTUBK3. February 14.—Cinderella, for Shanghme ; Mariposa, for Waaganui; Telegraph, s., for Brisbane; Susannah Cuthbert, s.s., for Grafton; Saxonia, s.s., for Newcastle, Anglo-Saxon, Yon Yangs, s.s., and Alexandra, s.s., for Mel bourne.

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ROCKHAMPTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. ARRIVALS. February 12. —Rose, schooner, from "Mary borough. February 14. —James Paterson, s.s., from Sydney, at 10 a.m. She has met with an acci- dent, and has damaged some of her plates, causing her to leak rapidly. DEPASTURE. February 13.—Leichhordt, s., for Gladstone and Brisbane.

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

CLEARANCES. February 13.—Earl Bussell, ship, 1042 tons, Captain D. B. Bolt, for Point de Galle, in ballast. February 13.—Fame, schooner, 60 tons, Can-

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

DEPARTURES. February 10.—City of Brisbane, A.S.N. Co.'s a., 504 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, for Sydney. Passengers: Miss Hewitt, Miss Howie, Mr. and Mrs. Ken and child; Messrs. J. Weir, J. C. Haddon, G. G. Bhepherson, D. Mitchell, M. Barnes, J. E. Davidson, B. B. Myers, J. 8. Smith, J. Crowtlier, J. Illidge, B. Miller, E. M. Soyds, G. P. Ivey, A. T. Bees, and about 40 in the steerage. February 12.—Lady Bowen, Q.B.N. Co.'s s., 425 tons, Captain P. Quayle, for Sydney. Pas sengers : Miss Welsby, Mr. and Mrs. Mahony, Dr. Murray, Mr. J. Bowe, and about 15 in the steerage. February 13.—Cawarra, A.S.N. Co.'s s., 439 tons, Captain W. Milman, for Sydney. Passengers: Miss Deagon, Mrs. Easton, Mrs. Brady, Messrs. Melfit, Brady, Cunningham, Forster, Sutlige, Graham, Schultz, and about 25 in the steerage. February 13.—Queensland, Q.S.N. Co.'s s., 287 tons, Captain C. Hamlyn, for Maryborough, Gladstone, and Bockhampton. Passengers : Mrs. Hunter and child, Messrs. W. Sim, T. Kennedy, G. W. Goodman...

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GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. .February 13. —Leichhardt, s., from Rock hampton. DKPABTUBE3. February 12.—Rangatira, s.s., for Port Deui- February 12.—Bangatira, 8.8., son aud Clovcland Baj. February 13.—Leichhordt, 8., for Mary borough and Brisbane, at 7.30 p.m.

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MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. February 12.—Eagle, s., from Sydney. February 14.—Leichhsrdt, s., from Gladstone and Rockhampton. February 14.—Florence Irving, s., from Brisbane. SXPABTUBXS. February 14.—Bagle, b.s., for Sydney. February 15.—Florence Irring, s., for Glad stoue and Bockhamptou; Leichhardt, s., for Brisbane.

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AN ESSAY UPON ST. VALENTINE. (BY A HOPELESS BACHELOR OF TOOWOOMBA.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

AN ESSAY UPON ST. VALENTINE. (BY A HOPELESS BACHELOR OF TOOWOOMBA.) I AM a venerable swain, unmarried, and verg-<*> ing upon thirty. I have rubbed off a good deal of the romance of life, having been jilted in love and dunned for money. I sometimes respond for "the ladies" at wedding breakfasts and pub. lie dinners; not that lam what is technically termed, a ladies' man—on the contrary lam very bashful, and have been known, even at side couples, much to the disgust of my partner, to utterly put to rout a first set through my riinnsmess. Nevertheless, although in the sere and yellow leaf, I like good old customs, and it was, therefore, but natural that I should be led into a sort of slipshod reverie through seeing the various booksellers' shops budding forth into valentines m anticipation of the day dedi cated to the worship of that amorous individual -St. Valentine. My first recollections of 8t Valentine's Day brine me back to a stage of existence when I vaeOkted betwee...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. FEBBrAKY 10.—Florence Irving, A JS.N.Co.'a a., 387 tons, Captain Cottier, from Bockhamp ton, Gladstone, and Maryborough. Passengers: ICrs. Allen, Mrs. and Miss Osbourne, Mrs. Phillip, Miss Seymour; Messrs.B. Spencer, C.E. Woodhouse, T. Jacksou, A. H. Lloyd, C. H'Kenzie, B. Smith, W. Siirr, W. E. Stewart, M. W. Cunningham, C. Osbourne, H. Osbourne, 8. Morton, B. Wilson, E. M. May, B. Beaizley, B. Crawford, W. Allen, T. Thomas, G. Wilson, W. Sims, J. Graham, T. Killett, W. Campbell, Thompson, and 42 iv the steerage. February 10.—Queensland, Q.S.V. Co.'s s., 287 tons, Captain T. Lake, from Sydney. Pas sengers : Miss Hogan ; Messrs. M'Kellar, M'Mahon, Banken, Dunn, Kennedy, Taylor, Hurray, and 20 in the steerage. February 10.—Lady Bowen, Q.S.M". Co.'s s., 524 tons, Captain P. Quayle, from Bockhamp ton, Gladstone, and Maryborough. Passengers: Hiss Walker, Miss Illirige, Mrs. Sheridan; Messrs. A. C. Walker, B. Macdonncll, G. W. Goodwin, B. B. Ware, A. Thay...

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TOOWOOMBA. February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

TOOWOOMBA. February 14. Yesterday, Messrs. Gregg, Little, and Fraser (the candidates for municipal honors) were elected without opposition as aldermen. Mr. Flori withdrew from the contest. A meeting of the Council wu called to-d»y, to elect a Mayor for the time being. Thre« aldermen attended, but no election took place. A requisition ia in oourto of signature by the principal men of buuncts in the town, for the purpose of having the ward elections made. For the North Ward there ore us candidates: Ifessrs. Little, Cocks, and Boulton. For the Central Ward : Messrs. limmer, Bobinson, and Benjamin. For the South Ward: Messrs. Groom, Woods, and Oreig. AtDrayton, yesterday, the elections termi nated with the following result:—Aldermen t Houston, 55 1 Boland, 51. Auditors: Parker. 87; Sehwilk, 75. Assessors: Haslam, 79; Peak, 47. February 15. Ms. Au>nvAX Wsbb has been elected: Mayor of Drayton. There was much excite ment, and the new Mayor was chaired from the Town Hall to his private r...

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INTERCOLONIAL. IPSWICH. February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

INTERCOLONIAL. IPSWICH. February 13. NEWS has been received that on Sunday last a man named John James was drowned in Laidley Creek. The municipal elections took place to-day; and although the official declaration of the result of the polling has not been declared, the following numbers may be relied upon as correct:— Mr. James Foote Mi „ Watkins 220 „ Williams 184 There was a considerable amount of excitement exhibited throughout tbe day, and party feeling ran somewhat high. February 14. The result of the polling at the municipal •lections yesterday, was declared to-day, at noon, in the School of Arts.

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LATEST NEWS. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 17 February 1866

LATEST NEWS. LONDON, January 6. There has been a revolt of the military in Spain, and it is spreading rapidly. Don Carlos is heading the insurgents. Martial law has been proclaimed in Madrid. A treaty between England and Austria for the abolition of deferential duties, is shortly to be ratified. Advices from Mexico report tliat a revo lution has broken out, and there is a strong party in opposition to the Emperor Maxi milian. The French troops are to be recalled from Mexico within three months. Commercial. — Bank discounts axe quoted at 7 per cent. Australian copper has been sold for j£loB per ton. Shipping.—For Queensland: Osborca House, and Light of the Age.

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

CHINA. The news from Pekin is important. The Empress Dowager has relinquished the reins of Government, and Prince Kung is performing his duties as Premier most satisfactorily. The rebellion is causing much anxiety to Government. Sir Rutherford Alcock has arrived at Pekin, but has not, as yet, decided upon the course of action he intends to pursue.

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

INDIA. A severe shock from an earthquake has been experienced throughout the Bengal Presidency. Dr. Livingstone has sailed for Zanngebar (Africa), and Captain Grant, the celebrated African explorer, is to be second in com mand, Telegraphic messages from Europe are now received with great promptitude in India.

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