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

SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. March I.—Granite City, ship, from the Downs; Jason, ship, from Start Point; Dragon, barque, from Bourbon; Jeannie Dove, schooner, from Warrnambool; Pakawan, ship, from Lizard Point; Escort, schooner, and fttMalha. s., from Melbourne. SKPASTVBJEB. March I.—Rangatira, s.s.,for Cleveland Bay; Diamnntina, s., for Brisbane; Ton Yang*, t,t., for Melbourne; Catherine, for Newcastle.

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TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SINCE my last there has been considerable animation arising from (he impending munici-<*> pal elections. The nominations on Friday last are most satisfactory, as showing a with on the part of the ratepayers tliut their representation should be entrusted to gentlemen who posiew the necessary qualifications of personal capacity and education. For the central ward there were sevon nominations ; with such a choice, the elec tors of this ward will have an opportunity, in addition to individual ooin}ictoncy, to estimate how far the professional duties of the candidates will militate with the duties required of their representative. For the north ward there art six nominations, ainoug which are the ex-Major of Dray ton, and Messrs. Boulton, Little, and Cocks. For the south ward there aro bat five nominations, one of which is that of Mr. Groom, who is also nominated for the central ward. Messrs. Flori and Bobertson have bean in the Coun...

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WARWICK. (From the Argus, February 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

WARWICK. (From the Argus, February 24.) OUR ANNUAL RACES.—We are glad to ob-<*> serve by a notice in another column, that the sporting community of Warwick are not for-<*> getful that the time has arrived for making ar- rangements for the usual annual race meeting. It will be seen that the people of Toowoomba and Dalby nre already aslir about their races. The Darling Downs (Toowoomba) Jockey Club has issued its programme, the meeting to take place on the 19th, 20th, and 21st June, and the aggregate amount sf prizes to be run for is about £1000. The Dalby races are to take place on tho Ist, 2nd, and 3rd of May, and it has been resolved to form a Jockey Club there. Various attempts havo been made to form a club in Warwick, but the meetings were so thinly attended, that nothing was definitely arranged. We however learn with pleasure that at the meeting to be held on Thursday evening next it is the determination of a few gentlemen to havo a jockey club formed...

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DALBY. (From the Herald, February 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

DALBY. (From the Herald, February 22.) The Rev. Mr. Mossop, of Brisbane, Congre-<*> gational minister, is expected to arrive to-day. The rev. gentleman will preach on Sunday nest, morning and evening, probably in the Union morning and evening, probably in the Union Hall. The Bight Bar. Dr. Quinu arrived in Dalbj on Thursday last, and preached iv the Boman Catholic Church on Bunday. Hit lordship it now abasnt on a ahort tour amongst the neigh* boring stations. Post avd Tbligbaph Offics*,.—lnquiries are being anxiously made for the plant and specification which aro advertised to be on view at the Police Office, Dalby, of the above building. No plan* have yet arrived, and the laat day for receiving tenders is fixed for Bator* day, the 3rd March, or in about ton days. Die plans and specification intended for Dalby are supposed to be detained in Toowoomba, for it is rumored that plans are to bo seen there, and that several Toowoomba contractor* hare sent in tenders for the ...

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. A SPECIAL MEETING of this Society Was held on Friday, in the Building Society's Rooms, Queen-street, to make arrangements for the building of a new hall. The Rev. O. Ogg occu- pied (he chair, and called upon Mr. J. P. Bmitk to open the meeting with prayer. The MCW tarj- then rcud the committee* report, wkfafc wa» as follow a :— " Your committee, in aooordanoe with ft mm> lutiou passed at the last quarterly making,l»fc taken steps to erect a building for the use of the association. A piece of ground, the property of the trustees of tbo Servants' Homu, huringtittj foet frontage to Auc-ctrcet, hat beon secured for a term of twenty-one years, at a yearly rental of £25 for the first seven years, £30 for the second seven years, and £40 for the third seven years, being an average rental on the twenty-one years of £31 13s. 4d. per annum. " Your committee have much pleasure in stating that Mr. W. H. Chambers has very generously offered his services as an...

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

CRICKET. THE Press and the Stage met on the ground, on the Green Hills, on Saturday afternoon, and the latter obtained an overwhelming victory over their opponents. The match, which largely partook of the nature of a " muff" con test, created a' great deal of amusement; and a considerable number 6f spectators were present. The weather was warm, and the players re sorted to an extra supply of" pnggery," copious draughts of something stronger than water, and other expedients to keep their beads and bodies cool Some of them showed that they had played cricket before, but it was evident that the occasion was the first appearance of many. The reernits, however, were by far the most enthu siastic both in running after the ball—a work which prored very fatiguing to some—and in' exchanging harmless chaff. Tho Press, who went in first, played a nerrous game; while the Stage, after having fielded, went in to bat with confidence. The fielding and bowling on each side were as nearly as possible...

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LATEST Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

LATEST Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Mabch 2.—Leichhardt, AJ3.N. Co.'s s., 273, tons, Captain W. Smith, from Bockhampton, Gladstone, and Maryborough. Passengers: Me3srs.Horace C.Chase,B.N.Clark, D. Moses, G. Mahnan, Tuson, Headrick, Carton, W. Souther den, Bennett, Rose, Stone, Daintree, Buggins, and 45 hi the steerage. March 2— Lady Bowen, Q.B.N. Co.'s s., 485 ton?, Captain T. Lake, from Sydney February 27. Passengers: Mrs. Melfit .and servant; Messrs. Crawford, T. J. Thomas, H. Markwell, W. J. Melfit, and 25 in the steerage. March 2.—Brothers, schooner, 30 tons,.Gap tain B. M'Laren, from the Richmond River. Captain, agent. March 2.—Cawarra, A.B.N. Co.'s 8., 439 tons, Captain W. Milman, from Sydney. Passengers: Mrs. Wildash, Mrs. Follet and child, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barker, Mrs. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Brady, Messrs. Hurst, Fitzgibbon, Cranstown, G. Fairoloth, W. £. Jenings, W. Davidson, and 12 in the steerage.

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VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. BEFORE His Honor Chief Justice Cockle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. BEFORE His Honor Chief Justice Cockle. There being no business on the paper, the Court adjourned to Friday, the 9th day of March next.

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BRISBANE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

BRISBANE HOSPITAL. A SPECIAL meeting of the subscribers to this instituton, was held on Wednesday, for purpose of electing two additional visiting sur-<*> geons; to choose a treasurer, in the please of 11. ±*. Abbott Esq., resigned | to all up a vacancy in the committee ; and to oaaamar aro- Eoeala for altering some of tho rules. Mr BL iuekley was voted to the chair. There were twenty-ono subscribers present. TheCHAiBMAB opened the Btatsjaaaßtß by nading the advertisement convaaanc tha aaaeV ing- Bißcnoß of offiobbw. Mr. Trnurn mored and Me, M^DaawsaX seconded the appointment of tbe law. &4jrrif fith, at treaaurer. The motion wat carried uuaniinoonly. Then wen two candidate* for the va«aa*ay ia> the committee, namely : Meant.*fohn M'Donnell and S. Davis ; and ihe mastiag nrn ceeded to a ballot, with tbe folfewtnf raanß :•— Mr. M'Donnell, 12; Mr. Davit, 6. With reference to the appoinaataat toS Jawing, eurgeons, the geiiUtmon who had tanwai Shear services wer...

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

IMPORTS. Leichhardt, s., from Northern Ports: 1 pack age ironmongery, L Markwell; 12 bales wool, W. J. Costin; 2 parcels, Official Assignee; 2 cases Telegraph Department; 16 bales wool, Bright Brothers; 130 bags lime, Campbell; 1 parcel, Lieutenant Heath; 5 bales wool, G. Raff and Co.; 1 box, Bose; 2 parcels, B. Macdonnell; 2 patterns, A. Cameron ; 2 horses. 117 bales wool, Order. Brothers, from the Richmond River: WO bags flour, B. MLaren. Picard, from Adelaide: 4 cases cotton gins, 100 bag* flour, 298 bags bran, J. and G. Harris; 300 bags 100 half-bags flour, C. Munro and Co.: 750 bags flour, Molkon, Black, and Smith. The Cawarra, s., cleared Sydney Heads at 6.45 p.m. on Tuesday, passed Seal Bock* a* 6 a.m., and Smoky Cape at 8 pjn. on Wednesday. Cape Byron was passed at 3 p.m. on Thursday, and on Friday at 2.30 a.m. rounded CapeMoreton, and arrived at the bar at 6 a.m. She was detained there for an hour, and at 9 aan. she was along side the wharf here. Until 10 ajn. on Thurs day ...

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CAPE MORETON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

CAPE MORETON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] March 2. Departure.—La Roeheliu, ship, lor Valpa raiso, at 9.30 a.m.

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) MARYBOROUGH. March 2.—Pioneer, and Rose, schooners, from Rockhampton; Elizabeth, schooner, from Cleveland Bay.

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A LEGAL VIEW OF MR. GORDON'S EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

A LEGAL VIEW OF MR. GORDON'S EXECUTION. The Solicitors' Journal, treating the question which has been a good deal discussed, the legally of Gordon's execution, says, "that in the eye of the law, and utterly irrespective of the question whether Mr. Gordon did or not de»erve hia ma. Brigadier-Qeneral Nelson, and the officers wliottfc on that court-martial, and the soldier* whocatrigA their execution into effect, hare one and all fcUn. guilty of wilful murder. It is not alleged flat Mr. Gordon was taken with arms in his h&Ma; though even that would uot justify hit• trial if, court-martial unless he was taken in a district which was at that tiai* under martial law j iad* according to English law. a military court hap no jurisdiction to try a nun-military subject <rf the Crown for any offence whatever other than armed resistance to the authorities in a m> claimed district, lntir rvrmn tilsmt Uf«s,99t only when their voice is drowned by actual war* fare. However just...

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. In following it a return showing the total value* of the imports and export* of the colony, from January 1, to December 31,1865: — IMPORTS. Acid, a. B., 127 pkgt Ditto, A. c, 496 pkgt Aerated Waters, €h B., 648pkgs ... Ditto, A. c, 810 pkjp Ditto, Ger., 5 pkg* Agricultural implements, Gk B., 186 pkgt Ditto, A. &, 328 pkgt Anchors and cables, O.B^ 88pkgs... Ditto, A. c, 70pkg» Apparel, ». B., 86 pkg* Ditto, A. c, 436 plgt Amur—Ount, G. B., 45 pkn Ditto, A. c, 195 pkrt Powder, a. B., 85,369 lbs Ditto, a. B., 766 pkgt Ditto, A. a, lbi Ditto, A. c, 188 pkgt Shot, a. B n 131 ewt Ditto, A. c.,351cwt 524 2.S57 1,U% 511 6 860 1,006 178 S91 2,135 4,250 1,541 2,931 4,226 1,300 3,954 278 234 819 Cartridge*, G. B., 5 pkgi Ditto, A. ft, 7 pkgi Percoiiion caps, G. B., 2 pkgt... Ditto, A. c, 20 pkgi Fuze, G. B., 76 pkgi Ditto, A. c, 31 pkgi Swords and aoooutrementt, JL c, 2pkgs Arrowroot, G. B., 224 lbi Ditto, A. c 4006 lbs Basketware, G. B., 12 pkn Ditto, A. c, 251 pk...

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News and Notes. Saturday, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

News and Notes. Saturday, February 24. BY A SYDNEY MAN. THE conviction and sentence of Bertrand, for the murder of Kinder, and the discharge of Mrs. Kinder, is the sole topic of general conversation here to-day. The jury on the second trial came to a verdict at a little past 8 o'clock yesterday I evening, after having been two houra absent ! from court. I need hardly say that the Dar linghurst Court-house was crammed all day, while knots of people at the doon actually ren dered it almost impossible even for offioen of the Court and representatives of the newspaper press to force their way in. That portion of the gallery set apart for tho purpose was filled with " females'—for, much as I detest that word, I will not profane the honorable name of woman, by applying it to those who, having no business there but the indulgence of a morbid and prurient curiosity, sat throughout the hearing of this long ana shameful case ; listen ing to its details apparently without a blush, and, little ...

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A FENIAN FIRE-EATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

A FENIAN FIRE-EATER. O'Mahoney, the Irish Head Centre or Presi-<*> dent of the Fenians in the United States, has recently called upon the Hon. Henry W. Ray-<*> mond, the editor of the New York Times, for a " retraction " of charge* contained in a lead ing article which denounced the Fenian leaders as importers. Mr. Raymond declined to re tract, and subsequently also declined to fight. The following is the article is question :— "fbhiak nirosrußS. "Hundreds, and probably thousands of poor, honest, unsuspecting Irish, living in the unso phisticated sections of this country, have been cajoled into making remittances to the manager of the Order here and elsewhere—not one tithe of which, they may depend on it, is used for any other purpose than maintaining a set of scamps in idleness. Stories come to us of remittances of Fenian funds to Ireland. Most of these stories are doubtless intended to show that the contributions received are actually expended for some ...

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AMERICAN ITEMS. GENERAL GRANT ON THE MEXICAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

AMERICAN ITEMS. GENERAL GRANT ON THE MEXICAN QUESTION. THE Richmond correspondent of the New York Herald, writing on the 27th ultimo, gives an account of General Grant's arrival and re-<*> ception in that city. In course of some remarks connected with public affairs, the General is represented as having declared himself as follows :— General Grant, since his arrival here, has ex pressed himself with additional unreserredness on the Mexican question. He emphatically rays that the advent of **Vi m .'lT»n to the pre tended throne of Mexico was a part of the re bellion, and his immediate expulsion should be a part of its history. This opinion, which was several months since given to the public ai the opinion of Major-General Sheridan, was but the reflection of General Grant's well known view*. The lieutenant-General freely affirms that he does not know France in this Mexican ques tion; that Franoe did not ask our consent to establish a monarchy in Mexico, and we should not...

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BLOCKADE OF THE CHILIAN PORTS. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

BLOCKADE OF THE CHILIAN PORTS. (From the S. M. Herald.) Arica, November 6.—The Pantagonia, Swan-<*> sea to Caldera, was allowed to anchor in the latter port and discharge into a Spanish prize about ten tons of gunpowder. She was ordered away after remaining for days, and ar rived here October 30. She reports that on tha sth August, in latitude 16 8., longitude 80 W., symptoms of a fire appeared, when she threw overboard thirty-fire tons of coal. She hai been surveyed, and the ooal below being found hot, 100 tone have been ordered to be dis charged immediately. The Bodyddan, Britiah ship, and the Bieardo, of Hamburg, both from Europe to Chili, are still lying with their ear> foes on board waiting further orden. Tho 'acific Steam Navigation Company't ■teamen run only to Corbija, the blockading squadioa having interdicted their calling at any port in Chili or proceeding to Valparaiso as usual, tha mails from Europe being left at Corbija. Valparaiso, October 31.—The fou...

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EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF MURDER. The New York correspondent of the Morning Herald writes, under date of November 25:— The people of New York and Brooklyn have fed upon a bloody "sensation" since Thursday morning. One of the most diabolical murders that has ever shocked the community was com mitted in the latter city on Wednesday night. Borne of the circumstances attending the crime are so startling as to warrant at least a passing notice here. The victim in this murder was one Jose1 Garcia Otero, a Cuban ; the assassins are Jose Qonzales and Theodore Martinez Pelicier, the two latter Spaniards. Otero was a resident of Havana. A few months since he drew a prize in the Havana lottery, becoming the pos sessor of $50,000 by this (as the event proves) most unfortunate piece of luck. With this money he determined to build a theatre in Havana, and in order to procure the necessary machinery, properties, Ac., he came to the United States. He visited Philadelphia, and there made a few purchases...

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A BURNT OUT CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 3 March 1866

A BURNT OUT CITY. The special correspondent of the Times to the Southern States draws a fearful picture of the present state of Columbia, one of the cities on the track of Sherman's grand march. After noticing that every line of rail leading into it for twelve miles round is destroyed, and is yet unrepaired, he takes credit for reticence in not speaking from report of the ruin Sherman spread on his track, but such reticence was im possible in Columbia, " for there was literally nothing to speak of but ruin, more utter and complete, probably, than was ever betore worked in a civilised community by a civilised army." Columbia, he goes on to say, had the repute of being one of the most beautiful cities in the continent, and even amid its broken walls I should go further and say that it must have been the most beautiful. It is as startling, therefore, to come upon the ruins of a fine city in America, as it is to see on a sudden the out lines of a beautiful temple in the desert which sur...

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