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THE LOG OF THE SOUCHAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

THE LOG OF THE SOUCHAYS. The following abstract of the log of the Sou-<*> chays on her outward passage hence to Batavia has been furnished to us by Captain Blick for publication:— S «*jm, • aavs. » #> wnnnw. Tn lbJlowmg testimonial wh presented to Captain Hick, the Commander of the C.X&& Souehaya, by merchants and other intnentkl residents of Batavia, prior to his departure from that place. We have great pleasure in publishing it, as it is a proof that Captain BUck has most ably represented this colony on the first oooaakn of its introduction to that of Ba» tavia. The adVlreas is as follows:—- To OAnAbrßucK, CoxxAravo m OomyrTiT MAH.BTSAIOB SOVCHATS. DiabSib,—We, the undersigned merchants and bankers of Batavia, cannot allow 70% as the representative on this occasion of the im portant Colony of Queensland, to start upon this your return Toyage before we convey to you our sense of admiration of the enterprising spirit displayed by the Colonial Governm...

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
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Odds and Ends. (Original and Selected.) PROFESSOR GAMGEE AND THE CATTLE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

Odds and Ends. (Original and Selected.) PROFESSOR GAMGEE AND THE CATTLE PLAGUE. PROFESSOR Gamgee for this and diseases Thinks there's no remedy but early slaughter-<*> Would like Advice this Stern Professor please If the poor pAtient were his son or daughter To Maa an* Cattle, atek, like mle amriy, „*" U yoaeaa,—*at, m adaty. <rr. If Gaaasw dUkn, let Urn tea us wlv. Wmsv is km Eke a eonvsloseent person?— When it is neariy cured. Whet is a steamboat like • witness ?—When it if bound to a-pier.—JV». Wirii amen ftnmting outside a certain kind of nubhe conveyance like ladies' Una ? Frranttr he ii a boss conductor. Tn coats of the Irish reapers who lately visited this country hare been described as "a panel of holes sewn together." A xuucax author, being asked if he had composed anything lately, replied, "My last work was a composition with my creditors." Tun is a man in Cornwall in possssiiou of a powerful memory. He is employed by the Humane Society to " rememb...

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THE TRIP OF THE SOUCHAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

THE TRIP OF THE SOUCHAYS. The contract mail steamer Souchays dis-<*> charged the pilot at Moreton Wand at 7.40 pm. on January 8, and on the 12th arrived at Port Denison, having experienced moderate winds ud thick rainy weather. JText day, at 1 5.40 ajn., she proceeded on her passage, and arrived at Somerset, Port Albany, at 10 20 a.m. on January 18. The whole of the passage from Port Demson to Albany the weather was most unfavorable, and the Teasel bad to oontepd with northerly wind* attended by (hick rain, and heavy squalls, so that the wm eori?**** to anchor every night, and in some mm the had to bring to at an early hoar in the afternoon. She left at 1.10 pjn. on the 18th, and at &40 Pja* she MMcd Booby Island, thenoe to the 23rd the had a heavy westerly monsoon, the force of which wm co great ac to rednee her speed to fire add mx knot* an hoar. At noon on that day, in lat. 9.8 Math, and 130.40 east, the wind began to moderate, and at midnight ■he had fine d...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

PuniituTo. '.\^i t J^*^Mffi^rTgßSlSjflMfla^B^^^TL.EEs»Sy^SMßy> GENERAL FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. G THROWER, Spring, Fibre, and Machine • made Flock and Hair Mattresses, Iron Bedsteads, and erery kind of Colonial Furni ture, Qmr-srmnT (opposite Pooos-ofiee), BusßAn. TRY BEN. PALMES ft OOv'l 17s. 6d. MADS TO MEABURB. OPPOSITE TOWN HALL, ononr mm.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

NEW GARDEN SEEDS!!! Ex Lboiob of Hobob, from London. ROBERT BULOOOK, Seed^tman, has much pleasure in announcing to his Friendo, Farmers, Market Gardencn, and Othen, that he is now landing, ex Legion of Honor, from London, a large Stock of New Seeds, for the E resent Season; comprising soma of tha beat indt for thit climate, and new rarities newer before introduced into Queensland. MONDAY, MARCH 12. To Merchant*, Shippers, Saw-mill Propritton, Ship Carpenters, and Othen, requiring Barer Frontage* ; also, Private Gentlemen, Go vernment Official*, and all desirous of pro curing reallv good Sites for the F*raotion of Villa Besidenoes, in one of the n*oat con venient and delightful Suburbt which mrwaA the Metropolis. FOR SALE, BY PUBLIC AUOnON, FORTY MOST VALUABLE ALIXTTMXjrTt, 88180 FABT OF THB KARILPA DAIRY, Situate in a direct line with tho BRISBANE BRIDGE, And on the Main Road to Hill End, jurt beyond the Nursery, of A J. Hookings, Esq., whtla not more than twenty minuteV walk from t...

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THE MARKETS. RATES OF LABOR IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

THE MARKETS. RATES OF LABOR IN BRISBANE. Coota,£Wto£» Bwh Carpenter*, £SS to HoawmaMs. £30to£K «N Nnne«,£lsto£ai Botchers, I*o to £*5 Laaadraam, £Soto£3l Baton, £40 to CfiO Gcmnl Mrraota, £18 to Stockmen, £40 to £55 »^_. - - »UlocMriTen,«*Bt»£M NidmkMb. esto £U Ditto, for oreriaattag. £tf Mmnted CooplM (aeoord- toMV lag to dtetaaee), *SO to Ditto, for farms. £40 to £63 «*> tJ«ArtaMn,«4sto£tl Ftoughmea,£4l)to£i» Oook«,aM«.£W to £ao O«nlenn«.£4oto£sB Tradenaen. 9» to Ut per Milkmen. £40 to £50 fe, fßieptaerda (aeeontiac to Xarrte. 7> tote pw day 4ktaiv9e) > £4oto£S3 Laborer*. «■ to 7» per Hatkeepen (aeoonnaf to day. "*** diatanee), £36 to £31 "^ RETAIL PRICES IN BRISBANE. (For Whoteemle Prices see - Commtnlmt.-J Bv*sate*ito7dpm*Mblee*T rVMir,Ad**alo>,aa^aOßparlOt^bs« ObJllan and Cananmlan, Sea to Vs Boei,SdtoMperlb. XwAtoav4|4perlb. l*ark,atperln. Veal, 4a. tea. 2a to 3a per ns. avatar, *V1 to «d perm. BiAttar. as 2d to as at per lb. Xtßs, 8* *d per doaen Bam. a^aksnah. la...

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WIND AND WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

WIND AND WEATHER. (Taken at Brisbane-above «»level, 70 State of Wind and Wither throughout the Colony: ' [by iuotuo TnasaurH.] Saturday, Feb. 24.—9.in.: Lytton. N.N.E. and fine; Cleveland, N.E. and fines Dunwich, N. and fine; Pilot Station, N.W., and fine; Cape Moreton, N.W. aad fine; Ipswich, calm and fine; Gatton, calm and fine; Toowoomba, calm and fine; Dalby, cahn and fine; Durah, cahn and fine; Hawkwood, cahn and fine; Gayndah, W. and fine; Golden Fleece, B.E. and fine ; Maryborough, S. and cloudy; Banana, S. and cloudy; Bockhampton, calm and fine; Glad stone, S.E. and fine; Mariborough, calm and dull; St. Lawrence, B.E. and cloudy; Bigge's Camp, S.E. and fine; Taroom, W. and fine. Monday, February 26.-9 a.m. : Lytton, S.E. and strong breeze; Cleveland, 8.E., fresh, and fine; Dunwich, S.E. and cloudy; PUot Station, S.E. and fine; Cape Moreton, B.E. and fine; Ipswich, 8., strong and fine; Gatton, S.E. and cloudy; Toowoomba, cahn and fine ; Dalby, E., strong and fine; Durah, E.S....

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THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

THE FLOWER GARDEN. A CORRESPONDENT writing to the Canada Farmer says:—"It is a singular fact those brought up and living in populous towns are the persons who exhibit most taste for and love of gardening. They feel the refreshing in fluence produced by the sight of a few flowers amid the monotony of bricks and mortar. I have seen the most charming collection on the deck of a coal barge on the Thames; and in the poorest and most densely populated parts of London florists'flowers are grown to great per fection." There is much truth in these remarks; flower gardening, however, is not in a very backward condition with us, and we trust the love of flowers will spread where climate and space so much invite their presence. How much more attractive might not many home steads be made by the addition of a few well kept flower beds and a neatly gravelled walk, or the rough ground nicely levelled and graded aid converted into a snug little lawn with a few ornamental trees and shrubs here and th...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. February 27.—Falcon, H.MJSLB.,from Auck land ; Frowning Beauty, barque, from Adelaide; Cedars, barque, from Foo Choo; Yarra Yarra, s., from Brisbane. February 28.—Kate Waters, ship, and Alice, barque, from Auckland; Fury, barque, from Botuma ; Coamerang, s.s., from Moruya ; Kembla, a., from Clyde Biver. March I.—Telegraph, a., from Brisbane. DXFABTUBH. February 27.—Active, for Portland Bay; Wonga Wonga, ■••., for Melbourne; Lady Bowen, s., and Cawarra, s., from Brisbane. February 28.—Orraway for Nagasaki. The brigantine Traveller, from Melbourne, has made a passage of twenty-three days, owing to the prevalence of northerly winds. She spoke the Bcotia, hence to Melbourne, on February 23, all welL Thursday forenoon's tide the Traveller arrived off Raff's wharf. She is consigned to Brabant and Co* and will dis charge at Down's Victoria Wharf. j

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ROCKHAMPTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. ARRIVALS. February 26.—Mary Smith, schooner, from Maryborough. February 26.—Sacramento, schooner, from St. Lawrence. Febrnaij 27.—James Patenon, sj., from Sydney. snAxnrna. Febrnuj 87.—Leichhardt, t, lor Brisbane tria Gladstone. Fefanuury 87.—Unknoim, sehooncr, for Maty boroagh.

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

CLEARANCES. VbbniAy *6.—La Bochelle, German barque, 818 tone, Chptain J. Junge, for Yalpanuo, withpurt of orifnud cargo. February 87.—Ceaar Godaflroy, Q«naan ahip, 488 iont, CbpUin A. Packer, for Valptniao, with part of original cu-go. Marchl.—lndependence, •choonw, 43 tons, OaptraJ. BoUrtm, IbrLMiiMßw. Pm- Uy, and MMter Blakedej.

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GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

GLADSTONE. ARRIVAL. February 27.—Leiehhardt, a, from Book hsmpton. DBPABIUBB. February 27.—Leiehhardt. a. lor Msrv- February 27—Leiehhardt, a., far Mary borough and Brisbane at 6.20 pan.

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MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

MARYBOROUGH. ARRIVALS. February 28.—Florence Irving, s., from Bris bane ; Leichhsrdt, s., from Boeshsmpton; Sul tans, Black Ball immigrant ship, from Queens town. DBTASTtmtt. February 27.—Julia Percy, schooner, for Brisbane; Fairy, schooner, for Port Mackay. February 27.—Friends, schooner, for Sydney. March 1.—Florence Irving, s^ and Queens land, s., for Boekhampton; Leiehhardt, a,, for Brisbane.

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Scientific Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

Scientific Items. THE contract between the Grown Agent for Victoria and Mr. Grubb, the maker of the reflect-<*> ing telescope for the Victorian Government, has been concluded, and in about eighteen months the telescope will, in all probability, be ready for shipment Its construction will be super vised by the Earl of Rosse, Her. Dr. Robinson, and Mr. Warren De La Hue. Meanwhile preparations will be proceeded with in Australia for the mounting of the instrument, and a selection mast be made of "an astronomer fitted by education and acquirements to be entrusted with its use, and who may be willing to derote hit entire energies to the cultivation of the splendid field which will be open to him." Should the authorities at Melbourne require any assistance from the Royal Society in thie particular, we (Atketueum) hare General Sabine's word that it " will assuredly be most readily given." It is now known that the quality of the magnetism of a ship depends on the direction in ...

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Miscellaneous Items. (From the Latest Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

Miscellaneous Items. (From the Latest Papers.) JEFFERSON DAVIS it mortal to be in fair health and ser[?] mind. Nothing was known at Fortress Monroe in regard to hit trial. IT is stated that M. Victor Huge suffers ■evenly at this moment firom s malady of the eyes, which prevents him from reading or writing. Tn Viceroy of Egypt nas commissioned a eefcbratedjewtUsrof Paristo make him a pair of diamond waist buckles, the price of which is to amount to 2/WO,OOOf. On article m the Princess Amu Murat's wedding inmateam ia aaid to be the swaddling clothes of Henry IV., contained in a richly dKMd casket of the Uth century. Vax Amwvwq, the great lion-tamer and suc cessful manager of menageries, and well known in Europe and America, died suddenly on the { 29th November, at a Philadelphia hotel. j Tn presence of a priest has now been ren dered unnecessary at a marriage in Italy, as far as the legal effect of the contract then en- j tared into is concerned. It is proposed to impose a tax of 15 i...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

DEPARTURES. February 24.—Yarra Yarn, AJ3.N. Co.'s s., 360 tons, Captain John Moppett, for Sydney. Paeeengers: Mn. Kelly and child, Mettrs. S. Loewe/H. Briscoe, E. W. Fegan, Turner, Arm- atroag, and about 20 in the ateerage. February 26.—Lady Young, Q.B.N. Cc's a., 421 tons, Captain W. A. Curpbey, for Syd ney. Passengen: Captain and Mrs. Wade, family ttnd servant, Captain Quayle, Messrs. Jonea, Gibson, Glasgow, Bennett, Hopkins, Robertson, T. p. Merry, and 20 in the steerage. February 27.—Telegraph, ABJf. Co.'s a., 367 tons, Captain Fitasimmons, for Sydney. Pautengart: Mr. Hills, Captain Wade, Mn. Wade and aervant, and about fire in the ataarage. Fobrnjajy 27.—Queensland, QJ3.N, Co.'e e., 287 tons, Captain 0. Hamlyn, for Maryborough, Giadttone, and Bockhampton. Passengen: Mrs. OaambeU, Messrs. E. Miiuett, W. Archer, Iraser, Cr. Grundy, Nickalds, and about 20 in the stoai age. FnarAawy 27.—ITorence Irving, ASJff. 00/a a., 248 tont, Captain W. Cottier, for Mary borough, Gladstone, and ...

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The Courts. SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. FIRST DAY OF HILARY TERM. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

The Courts. SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. FIRST DAY OF HILARY TERM. BEFORE his Honor the Chief Justice and his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche. The barristers present were the Attorney-<*> General, and Messrs. Pring, Bramston, and General, Pring, Bramston, Paul. Before the proceeding of the business on the paper, Mr. Simpson was sworn in as a magis trate of the territorr, before the full court. ECOLBBIABTICAX JuRI&DICTIOX. IW THE WIIX OF DAVID MAETDOV JOXZS. The Attobnxy-Gkctkai. moved for probate to G. H. Jones and A. S. Jones, executor and executrix of the deceased. The probate was granted, subject to the pro duction of an amended affidavit, the affidavit of A. E. Jones having an interlineation in the jurat. Ik Law. MB lAO 6. In the matter of the application of T. F. Tagg, to make absolute a writ of prohibition, Mr. Pbiko mored that the writ of prohibition ordered on the 6th December last be made ab solute, upon the grounds:—l. That the defen dant, John Sea...

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THE HULK PROSERPINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

THE HULK PROSERPINE. THE following is the weekly return of her Ma-<*> jesty's hulk Proserpine, from the 19th to the 25th February, inclusive:— Total last return 44 Increase since 4 Decrease since 8 Total now 40 Johk M'Dohald, Inspector Water Police. Thjc programme of the June meeting of the North Australian Jockey dab has been pub* lished during the week. There has been a large increase compared with last year in the amount of several prizes, the chief being the Grand Handicap, aug mented to £350. The total amonnt of prizes offered, besides the sweepstakes, is £1720. We notice that new conditions hare been attached to the North Australian Plate (£250), namely—the winner is to be sold for £300 if demanded; if entered at £500 to carry 7lbs. extra; at £750, 141b5.; at £1000,21 lbs. ; at £1500, 30 lbs. A Queensland Welter of £60, has been added to the programme. The valuo and number of the prizes ought to bring about three days' excellent racing. There is a l:kelihood of s...

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MELBOURNE. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

MELBOURNE. February 23. Mr. R.A. Anderson has been elected for the Eastern Province The Sunbury murder case is almost finished. The mail will dose to-morrow at 10 o'clock. February 24. The prisoner! charged with being concerned in the Sunbury murder have been acquitted. Tfct first item in the Tariff M bii tm Ctaritd By ft majority of" twenty-fire. * • . . . February 27. r Majseu lower. The man Jones has been sehtenoed to death for wardering Dr. Baenger, at Smithdale. Hops are firmer, ane good samples are sold t£ Bto. Id per pound. There is now another rash to Hokitika. A fresh Jead has been disoorersd, and it is thought that the prospectors are doing "more than wdL" Some good deep sinking has been die* oorered. Sreadstuffs are still declining in price. Fehruay 88. The Assembly are now engaged in debating the Tariff resolutions, Breadstuffs are heary of prioc. Oats are quoted at higher prices. HarteU's brandy is rising. March 1. The Assembly aw stOl engaged in debating om the second ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. February 24. It is reported that the Hon. John Ellis has been elected member for the Mitchell District. NO authentic information has, however, been received. Tin Peak Downs leoortfbas arrived wa* 1727 ounces of gold. The Joint Stock Bank have opened a branch at Townsrflle.

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