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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

SYDNEY MARKETS. The prices quoted an those m tr*naaotidav between the producer and the flnt niirohsm Flour.—Fine (nlk-dneeed), £28 1 sccosds, £20 per ton of 8000 lbs. Bran—ls 6d per baaheL Bread.—6d per 2-lb loaf. Botchen' Meat.—Beef HA to 44. atuttoo S*d to B*d, pork 5W to 6d, raal 44 to M per ft. | lamb 4s 6d to fla per quarter. Poultry, Game, aad Dairy Produce.—Fowl* 2s to 3s, duck* 2s 6d to Ss, geese 6s to 7», turkeys 7a to 12s, pigeons It 3d to 1* 66% rabbita 2s 6d to 8t 6d per couple ; roasting pin 4s 6d to 6. each; butter 1* 9d, oheese 7d to Bd, baoon and hams lOd to la, lard 74 to 94 per lbi eggs 1« 3d(o It 6d per do*ea.~ < Vegetables.—Potatoes, 6e to 9s, omboof, 10« to 14s per ; cabbages, 2s to Bs, lettooat, Is to Is 6d, pumpkins, 4s to 10s, marrovs,2s to ta, encumbers, Is 6dto 3s perdocen t turnips, Is 6d to 2s, earrota, Ss to 2s Bd, parsnips, Is to U, beetroot, Ss to 6s, oelery, 6s to Us, rhubarb, Ss to ta per dozen bunches j green peas, 7s to 9s, Frenoh beans,...

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RETAIL PRICES IN BRISBANE. (Prices Wholesale in the Prices Current,") [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

RETAIL PRICES IN BRISBANE. (Prices Wholesale in the Prices Current,") OomaV) Bread, 6H to 7d per t-lb loaf. Flour, Adelaide, 80i per 100-lb. bag. Chilian and Californian, 85* to SBa. Beef,3dto4dperlb. Mutton, 4*d per lb. Pork, 6d per lb. Teal, 64. Tea, 2s to 8s per lb. Sugar, 4d to 6d per lb. Butter, 2s 2d to 2s 6d per lb. EX«» 2* 3d por dozen. Ham, English, Is 9d. per lb. Bacon, Colonial, Is 2d per lb. Cheese, Colonial, Is 6d j English, St. Potatoes, 14s to 16s per cwt. Sweet potatoes, 9s per cwt. Grapes, 6d to 8d per lb. Pines, 2d to 8d each. Bananas, 8d per dozen. French beans, Is. 6d per peck. Pumpkins, 6s per cwt., Id per lb. Cabbage, 2d to 6d each—soarot. Carrots 3d to 4d per bunch. Turnips, 2d to 3d per bunoh. Onions, Bd. per lb. Maise, Queensland, 6s 64 p«r baaM. ' Maize meal, 2frd per lb. Bran, 2s 6d to 8s 9d per bushaL Seed oats, 7s per busheli barley, 6s. 6i. InwicH Pbodixck Kaskr.—Mr. Bichard Buloock reports at foUowi:—Wholesale Pnoe*. —Flour, Adelaide, £81 per ton; Oali...

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GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS. THE following is taken from the Government Gazette of Saturday, February 17:— APPOINTMENTS.—William. Cradock Nowell Bussell, Esq., to be Clerk of Petty Sessions at «anango,vK»Cummings removed to Dalby. Thk* appointment to be efteotive from Ist February, 1866. Mr. Charles Boreham to be bailiff of the Northern District Court at Boekhampton. YoLUjrznn Nona.-—His Excellency the Governor, with the advioe of the Executive Council, and in accordance with the provisions of the Act 28 Victoria, Fo. 10, has been pleated to dispense with the services of the undermen tioned members of No. 1 Battery of the Queens land Volunteer Artillery, on account of their neglect of the duties which, they had undertaken to perform, vis.:—T. 8. OUham, W. Pauley, J. B. Banowes, J. B. P. Parsons, W. H. Bobins, J. Bolger, H. Mnaee, W. H. Cooper, T. B. Carter, T. J. Griflbx and B. T. P. Smith. Tnron Accepted.—That of Mr. John Petrie for the completion of the new hospital, Brisbane. Tn fol...

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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

CENTRAL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17. BEFORE Mr. J. Petrie, J.P. DRUNKENNESS.—Jacob Caldwell, J.O. Thomp-<*> son, Thomas Wesdom, Albert Fuger, and David Powell were fined 5s.each; John Smith, 10s. MaaoAY, fkwun 19. Boon the Pofee Magistrate. luMAUT OBTAnmro a Pamacm toox ttnwwr Jeremiah Boachand Gcorg* Wikon, for fflegally obtaining a pasMge from Sydney to Brisbane, par ffitv of Brisbaasu ware seataaosd to pay a me of ss. over aad above the ami fere; mdeiMlt, 14 days' hnprisnnmant. Tuan>AT, Fdbvabt 10. JJtOQ Omcm LufCHTAca am» iMkviirm m BamoWohn Btobb was fined SQa. ftr toinM ni Pnrw Jnhn Mwra was fined Us. Cawmm to ▲ Hows.—Pacriek Mieheel Kaane was fined Wa _ ar anas awva. jbm^m. WfcNTNDIX, FaSVABT SI. Bwoaa the PoKee Magistrate. Jhmmama Cokbpct.—aeoif* Harvey, » ssaaian, for aMking a distarbanee hi ftnsam street on the prerkms night, was fined 10a. Dbujmjuuum.— WOrnm flawtli, an aid of. fender, who described hnaaaY as abkokeanth, was fined 10s. " IvDßcnre ...

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MARYBOROUGH. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

MARYBOROUGH. February 21. The barque Lode, 637 tons burthen, bound from Melbourne to Shanghae, Captain Wade, was dismasted in a hurricane in latitude 17, longitude 171. She was laden with coal and took fire when about 100 miles north east of Breaksea Spit, Fraser's Island. It was found necessary to desert her, and the captain, the crew, and two female fasswigin haw aoired safely here.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

Telegraphic Intelligence. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) TOOWOOMBA. February 19. A SERIOUS quarrel has taken place between the navvies at Fountain's Camp. One man was seriously injured last night. There had been a most welcome fall of rain *wughout the district | it continued through out Saturday. The weather still remains very hot, and there is a large amount of sickness. February 21. Yesterday the ex-Mayor, who, it is sup posed, will be returning ofitoer, was busily engaged canvassing the South Ward. The ooune taken by him has caOed forth some ex pressions of duappcobatiott. Ko Mayor has, as yet, been elected, but Messrs. Grigg and Groom requested tke Town Clerk to convene a moving for that purpose Their request has been refused. The tender of Mr. J.D.Laritm, fbrtheeree tkm of the School of Arts has been ac cepted. The amount for the Hall only is £990. Several heavy showers feO to-day. February It. Tn nomination of aldermen for the various wards took place to-day. The ex-M...

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ROCKHAMPTON. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. February 17. The Port Denison Times has published the fallowing interesting news, received from Mr. M'Intyre and his party, to January 12:— Mr. M'Intyre, with two man, were then on the Thornton Hirer, shoot I*o miles bom Aramac Creek, toward* which place they w«e traveling. Heavy rams had Mien, and both hones and camels wet* rapidly improrinf in condition. Several application* to join the party had own received from men teaveuing abont the country. Mr. M'lntyre intends to recruit at Aramae, and then to proseeote his search. His brother armed at Bowem Downs with cattle early in January, and awaits there the arrival of the The malma* from Peak Downs, with the raafl from the Bonth, was stuck-up on Wednes day by the Wild Scotchman, between Gainsfbrd and Springsure. The bushranger opeaed a large im»b«r of letters, and afterwards throw them into hie camp ire. On the night before he stole two home from Mr. Battie, at Oaincford, and intended to stop Amm* aMnaW -^meafl avamaV — ...

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ADELAIDE. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

ADELAIDE. February 17. The Government have not arrived at any decision respecting Colonel Finniss. February 20. The Government have appointed a Royal Commission to enquhe into the eifiur* oonneoted with the late Northern expedition, and also the stability ef the district for settlement. February *%. It is reported that a new gold-field has been, difcovered near Nairne. Flour is quoted at £18 per ton. February 88. The markets are daJL The English mail win be closed on Saturday,, at midnight.

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MELBOURNE. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

MELBOURNE. February 17. The Treasurer will make his financial state-<*> ment on Tuesday, sad the new tariff will be imposed on the following day. There are steamers at the Heads awaiting the arrival of ships with soft goods. Fbar is dull at £S0 per ton. February 10. The Victorians won the TufaH^i^fat Cricket Match against Tasmania in one in nings. The marheteace very dolL February 20.* It is nmwured that the Government will re sign if the Legislative Council refuse to pasa their measures, and thus cast the oa*#>upos the Council. Beanohamp's furniture warehouse, in Greet Collins-street, has been burned down. It wag one of the oldest premises in the city. The origin of the fire v not yet known. Mr. B. Bow, the well-known oattle ealeeman, has stopped payment. His liabilities are be tween £40,000 and £60,000.. Breadatnis are dalL February Si. , The council have passed an amendment on the address of the Governor. The new tariff, which was submitted to-day to the Assembly...

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. WE gave received files from Rockhampton to February 30. The Bulletin of that date states that some further disputes hare arisen with respect to the limits of the daims at Gavial Creek diggings. The interference of a magistrate is prayed for, and one will proceed to the diggings this morn ing to heai and decide upon the rights of the respective parties. It is said that the claim made the subject of dispute some time ago, and adjudicated upon by Mr. B. H. D. White, is taming out welL A man came into town yesterday, and ex hibited fifteen ounces of gold as the product of prospecting at a locality about forty miles from town, and in the direction of Gladstone. The gold consisted of nuggets varying in weight from five to eight or nine pennyweight* each. He refused to make known the spot, and get ting two friends in town to join him, he set off to work at his " find."— lbid. Cattle Exportation.—We (the Argus) un derstand that Mr. Henriques is making extensive preparations at ...

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BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

BOWEN. WE have received files of the Port Denison Times to the 7th instant. In its issue of that date the Times says that "Pleuro-pneumonia seems to be gaining a foot- ing again in our neighborhood. Mr. Sub inspector Wiggins, on Saturday last, examined a cow belonging to Mr. H. Muller, which had been driven into Mr. Allom's yard with another belonging to the latter gentleman. Mr. Wiggiae found the animal in the last stage ofthe disease, and caused it to be '""n^iately shot. Several persons found fault with this proceed* ing, as they considered the beast to be sound t but other gentlemen, well acquainted with the management of stock, were invited to inspect it, and corroborated the sub-inspectors opinion. To satisfy all parties, the carcass waa opened, and it was then found that the lungs had all the appearances of the disease in a very advanced stage. We hear that throughout the town and its immediate neighborhood, the cattle arc more or less affected with this dangerous epidemic, a...

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ROMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

ROMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 15. THERE is a dearth of news this week, saving general gratulations anent the improved condi-<*> tion of the country, s subject which does not seem to have the effect of boring anybody. boring anybody. Boon has been comparatively quiet tor the test few days, which met is partially attributable to the eoauaeneevjeut of shearing at Bungenagarai, and the rapid and mconifal " melting" of so many cheques of late. The town reset1 ye has bean defined, in accordance with the description lately published in the Omttte. The Bomans hare now a tract of country large enough to carry their working stock, and it is to be hoped that the squatters in the neigh borhood will hare the good sense not to in fringe upon the rights of the townspeople. Borne partisans \ot the v squatter" hare argue that the ownership of real property in the town gives the proprietor the right to grace any quantity of stock upon the proposed reserve. Others .argue th...

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

MARYBOROUGH. WE have received files from Maryborough to the 21st instant. The Chronicle of that date gives the following items of news:— We understand that by the lout steamer, Mr Roberts, a gentleman of considerable experience as a practical geologist, proceeded to Gladstone to obtain specimens of marble for Urn forthcom ing Colonial Exhibition at M«lboane. We be lieve it is Mr. Roberto* intention to Mad from the Mune district specimens of ito fine stone for building purposes, of gold-bearing quarts ; of copper ore, and other valuable natural products of the district. We hope this district will not be unrepresented at the Exhibition. In mineral and in vegetable productions, it is poaaibly for the Wide Bay and Burnett to take a very high place, and much shame and loss will be our due if this opportunity of proclaiming th* wealth of the resource* of the district be lost. We think the matter a fair subject for the Municipal Council to take in hand, and rote a small ram j of money to c...

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CONDAMINE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

CONDAMINE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 14. NEWS, like money, is a very scarce commo-<*> dity, still such as there is. I send, although not of much interest. Some little excitement was caused here last Sunday week by the report that report a man named Schvlts, a German, had been stuck up near Bin Ban station. It appear* that Behults started for Boma, and when about ten milee on hi* road, a man suddenly appealed in front of him, presented a pistol, ana de manded his money. The man stated that he was the "WUd Irishman," and that he was in neeS of £2., and if he let him hare that amount he would pay htm back on a future occasion. Beholts handful him his pane, «m«*aii»iig £8, the whole of which the robber appropriated. He stated that he was waiting for the Coodamine mail, and that it was his intention to rob that also. Sennits made the best of his way back to the Condamino, and gave information of the occur rence to sub-inspector Ellis, who immediately started an...

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WARWICK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

WARWICK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 15. THE weather has been most oppressive the last few days, the mid-day heat almost almost unbearable. Towards evening dark clouds are seen gathering over the horizon, but we look in vain for the refreshing shower; it is true we have had one or two skght showers of late, bat all vestiges hare disappeared two or three, hours after the rain has ceased. More than once I hvre aHnded to the fact of there being only one mill in the district, which monopolised the wheat trade and created much inconvenience by placing prohi bitory restrictions in grinding for the puhtie, the lowest quantity admissible being 180 bushels, and the prim 3*. per bushel, lam glad to hare the opportunity of recording that the restriction has been withdrawn. Messrs. Clark and Co. bow advertise that they will grind in quantities of 10 bushels for any one, but the price is not stated. I hear it is 2s. 6d. per bushel, but will not Touch for the accuracy of the rumor. Goo...

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DALBY. (From the Dalby Herald, February 15.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

DALBY. (From the Dalby Herald, February 15.) BANQUET TO THE HON. THE COLONIAL TREA-<*> SURER. —We understand that the Hon. Joshua P. Bell has accepted an invitation from a numerous body of gentlemen in Dalby to be body present at a banquet on Tuesday, the 6th March next. Mr. Bussell, late C.P.B. here, took his de parture yesterday for Nanango, at which place he has been appointed C.P.S. and Postmaster. The Asntal Races.—A meeting was held last evening, at Gibson's Caledonian Hotel, for the purpose of appointing gentlemen to act as stewards in the coming races. Mr. Sexton was in the chair. It was resolved that the races shall take place on the Ist, 2nd, and 3rd of May next, the following gentlememen to act as stewards •— J. P. Bell, A. Bell, J. Challicombe, G. H. Green, J. Sidney, H. Koch, D. Ord, G. B. Kilgour, J. Skriton.H.Guapbdl W. Kant, W. Graham, J. Miletaart. J. Byan, F. W. Boehe, J. Howlin, J. Anderson, G. W. Harris, H. Thome, and R. Oilman. Judge, & Sex...

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CLERMONT. (From the Telegram, February 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

CLERMONT. (From the Telegram, February 10.) WE have much pleasure in announcing that last evening's mail brought the requisites far commencing the issue of money orders at the Clermont Port Office, and that our Postmaster's salary bat bean raised to £100 a year. ▲ letter from our mining correspondent hen miscarried. W« are enabled to state, howece* that then is nothing at all of a cheering natare to report, owing to the l^""»"t*Mf eoaroitj of water. At Gregory's Greek, drinking water ie carted fire or six miles, and at Expedite* Creek and Hurley's Seven-mile the supply ie rery low. Hen are tearing the digging! again. for the stations, and unleee there if rein tharthj the alluvial working* will be nearly deserted by Europeanß. A number of Chinese hare passed through dermont for the diggings dur lngthe week. From Sub-Inspector Coward, N.M.P., w« hare the satisfactory news that the stations m the Belyando district, which were raftering from a leofr-of .moisture, UaT» within the lost fo...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

VICTORIA. THE Age of Februarys 5 gives the following sketch of the colonial life of the late Hon. W. C. Haines:— The Hon. William Clarke Haines is dead. The illness from which he hM been suffering so severely for sererml months terminated fatally on Saturday afternoon. His death will cause genuine sorrow, not only to those familiar with his private Tirtues and amiable disposition, but to the community in general, who hare nerer failed to appreciate hi* character as an honest public man. Mr. Haincs was one of the most conspicuous, if not the most influential, person ages in the early history of Victoria. A mem ber of a respectable English family, and a sur geon by profession, he arrived in the colony many years before the inauguration of respon sible government. At fint he exhibited but little interest in politics—devoting himself chiefly to agricultural pursuits on the Barrabool Hills, where he had secured a form. He was so identified with agricultural operations, indeed, that he be...

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Commercial Intelligence. QUEENSLANDER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

Commercial Intelligence. QUEENSLANDER Office, Friday Evening. THE Queensland Times) published the follow-<*> ing Stock and Station Circular:— "Foxton, Leith Hay, and Co. report a decided improvement in stock and station business dur- ing the part month. We have had several in quiries for sheep stations, lightly stocked, cattle properties sad unstocked country, sll required to be not farther north thsn the 26th parallel of latitude. We hare been enabled to ofter MYaral Tory desbable pastoral properties, and some are now under inspection. " We hare also placed under offer two or three managing partnerships in sheep stations, but no transactions hare been dosed. aln store sheep, 2, 4, and 6 toothed ewes are in demand j in addition to local requirements, we hare bean requested bj our correspondents in Tiotoria to supply SOfiOO ewes for the south, and negotiations on the subject are pending. " -is jet there has been no inquiry for store wethers, in met we fear the season is...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. December 23, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 24 February 1866

LONDON WOOL REPORT. December 23, 1865. Since our last report, prices were well main-<*> tained for all description, during the sales which terminated on December 6; all full-bodied wools, and these of good combing character, noting more competition at each night's sale, their nlwm scarcity causing tham to excite great animation in biddings. The home trade, being abort of stock, bought- Tory freely; operator* for the Continent exercised great caution in bidding during the fint week, bat taking their tone from the animation at the home trade became free operator!, and helped to strengthen prices to the close. During this series all old stork (and some looked very distressed, so much to that scarcely a bid would haft been aade for t liem oo a quiet market), found ready purchaser, at full prices, and we must quote our market quite bare—more so than it has been for many years—of all wool* except those arrived subsequent to the sale, many o( which are being sold at full rate...

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