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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From the S. M. Herald.) CRICKET MATCH.—ALL ENGLAND v. BATHURST. Bathurst, February 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

evv ~ fe ? s exetteroent. . . Ie .. '+ C+ oroffiorset'en ' 3011e fro bore fo the: ptsrp.se of.:. .. oor.-.t7en to town. The Elvetthawe pot op ,5 h IW1 House Hotel Ab~ere they have beta ler'e~number of the nthoretjoe The match ocoaretnced tdy - twelve o'clock Tiere are 2tJ+lO + a . a th we 4 b. r jan be ntlfesI ly.l.+ ? .. " H Sitephbnson o aBet . 'i .:.i . Iddeing, b Treess .. : Sennett ePry. Lwrenrer b. lo c. Stni eb' Welln, not ont .. .. ..8.. . .ityes, witdes, a Bnt ..b.es The mnatch was retmedot1t~~y~~~1 lowine isa the soon of the Di-thn': :weftty'tweP Gul hb Ldoreice u Olete;s Freemen, c. Iddison; is Larag .rA . Dorin b. Lawi ret ce ...... J Smitb, b Si .nnet t ... - T. TtcnJ b.h wicket (.roaker, b. Laureasce. Cumesing, bLtuarence ........... Perry, b. Leerettee.. . . Stephenso, b. Luresnc e . G. Richarieon, b. Lttrence .. . . bkinner, b. Bennett....2.. Rigisey, c. Gritith, b. Benngtt J. Stewart. run out ... J. Cosidy. e. H. Steplhennon, b.Bene W Richerdson, c. M,?ne b. Laurenc...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DENILIQUIN STOCK MARKET. Thursday Evening, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

DENILIQUIN STOCK MARKET. Thursday Evening, Janstaty 80. Ae state of complete stagnation appears to have temporarily .aose ovor thle I, aol stock trvade. 'We heat of o?, triinsaftons in either Shep or Cattle. At this time of yoer, dulnoes is the Uuaal charocteristit of btsineso, and there is nothing suoticiently brilliant ito he condition of the Victorian Pat Stock market, to warrant us in expecting the present season to be an exception to the general rote. It it were poasiblo to asaigo a limit to thle dowenwardl teocdecev of the price of fat cattle, we sliossld hbe iaceliohed to say that limit had been now reathed; out unlti tims has been afforded to work offthe .accumulation of rettle whh which tli?p?addoeks ner Melbourne are thronged, wo cannot astlipoito a rocovory lo prices, sotwithetand|. toi g the diminiashed qoantitics of stock raeniog forrom Iliac qoarter. We sre more sanguine of the good results to edeediveS from the curing cnd salting beef for export, in estoblishing a min...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE LIVINGSTONE EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

TIE LIJVIXGSTONE EXPEDITION. Intelligence has been received foam Drs. Living stone and Mackenzie to May 1i. All were is good spirits. They had failed in ascending the Euavma on account wt its being too late in the season. The Scuth African Advertiaer, of September 21, gives the following interesting details of the expedition : "The expedition had failed in their ascent of the Ruvoma, but only because they had attempted it too late In the season; and Dr. Livingstone writes very confidently of its importance fir the future commerce of that coast with Lake Nyassa and the interior. From the Buvuma mouth the party re turned in the Pioneer to the Comoro Isles, to take the missionaries left there on board; and thence they proceeded to the Zambesi, entered it soccesofully, and had got up to the Shire, when the last letters left. In a few days they were to continue their voyage up that tributsly to the Zumba mountain, and Dr. Livingstone was to accompany them, to direct the selection of an a...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

" EW SOUTH WALES. (IF'om de. fierald.) hp ,et of the great houiteets in this colony be tweep tse cricketers of All England and the Austra. i?ins is ovear Butsiness has resumed its ordinary *aninse, and pIeople tn general have fallen back into .agstate pf quietude. But there are many c.eitement will continue so long as the EnBg rerudu anywhere within reach of "News yare now playing at Bathurst where they 3ho~s beenreonved with great warmth. On their .iti tmatch against the United Elevens from ew 8oisthlWales and Victoria is to come off. T og!l inf toof the Chinese new year was duly eel_ etea os Weenesday week by the Chinese shop Iteepera of Sydney with ceremonies peculiar to them sele,, wlndipg up with an ample supper. O~ptaln Wilkieof the 12th egiment, who was in aoma?'1 of the troops at Lambing Flat, fell from his h ore on 'Saturday last, and died from the effects efihb?[ll a few hours afterwards. He has been succeeded hn his commapd by Captain O'Shaugh. I.A~rchibald Oampbelllbas'h...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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A FARMERS' CLUB IN THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND. EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

A FARMERS' GLUB .I THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND. EXrAOP.owABY PxWoozeInnc , We extract from lToriey's Agricu?tural Gleaner the following humourous report of a meetingof a farmers' club, in Doreetsbire, llm which the editor tells us his special reporter was excluded, and for which he therefore stonce engaged an extraordinary reporter: The Chairman, on rising to introduce the, lecture:, was received with vociferpus cheers from all parts of the room. He said he was very glad to meet his fellow members of the Farmers' Club onue more. Hitherto their meetings had been of the most instructive kind, and they all kinew., that great benefit had been.derived from the discussions which had taken llace in that toom.. He had no doubt the present meeting would fort no exception, but would be equally - beneficial. One request he had to make at starung. He remembered to have read or heard-he did not know exactly whbih it was, but it was one or the other-of some shrewd inlividual who always asserted that, in...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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A VOICE FROM THE SOUTH. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

A VO1E0 FROM THE SOUTH. To the Bter of the Timee. Sir,-! have been greatly surprised to learn since my arrival in London that an efort has been made through publications in the English press to create the impression that there is much disaffection to wards the Confederate Government in all the Southern States of America, but particularly among Ase people of North Carolina, and that the proceedings of what purports to have been a meet ing of influential and respectable citizens of the county of Hyde, in that State, have been published as authority for the numerous statements which have been made upon the subject. -I am directly from the city of Raleigh, the capital of the State of North Carolina, having come as a passenger in the Confederate States' war steamer Nashville, which left Charleston, South Carolina, on the 26th of October, and cast anchor off the Jtehin, Southampton, on the 21st of this monto, and have been since August, with the exception of brief risits to Virginia, cons...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 14 February 1862

-. fiLEY. (From the D. D, Gazette.) Duerte to Ma. Has?tws.-The arrival of the Hon. the Colonial-Secretary in this town en the morning of fhe 25th January, crasted no ttsirang excitement. A public dinner snd an address had been unanimously voted him at a meeting held by the principal ishabitants, and a committee formed for the purpose of carrying oat the arrangamenta thereof. Toe address eonoluded thus : -"Again, Sir, we allrosnb you with sincerely honest .congrstulaioni on this (to us) suspicious occasion, and with a bushmon's bluntness bid you kindly and heartily --Welcome to Dalby." The dinner came off ot tire Plough Inn, thle furnishing of the viands hring con ducted by Mrs. M£ilstead is her customary style oh taste .and profusionugliciting very general saisfaoetion ard com snenoatino. The Rev. Mr. Psoberly wis elected to the chair by the committee, and the vice-chair was filled by Mr. R. Ross. Mr. Herbert expressed himself highly gratifiSe at the reception he had met with in Dal...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MANAGEMENT OF BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

MANAGEMENT Op D3EE.S (From Clough's Circulnar.) The ran?gRn melnt o boeesr is sutject wbih h-? very prmperly ottracted good denadl of ttntion of Iste inthia Colony ncd with tile view of effotinag saonie usefTu hints we have been fraoUrtd with a v-ery interesttnta lgT'r p0 refinee to tile mnnage. metit ofhePa'in :Kaahmrt, from h whdei ' eaxtrrot anme jMatlaItas likely to prove hrtaaeatlng to the Colonal nlarmers siol atdorea engaged In providalia us With thle sweeta ef life. Every farmer in the ensten part of Knshmir has -,veral' hires In hlia house, and in maluy honues Ihrer era as ninny as tan. A, prrvaiot feor hivws is nale in uailding the house, by leaving iapprnpillte cavitiaes in the walls. ThReae. somewhat differ in aice hut agree in their general tform, each beitng ,ylindrical anal extending quite.throaugll the wall. ibn t~ube in lined y. a Ialaterialg of clay mortar ,bnoat an inch iii tilicknasa, macit aloe mlortorIan w Ilkd w"it'th etihoff r tsk of tice, or with the town #h...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA. No. VI. [TORRES STRAITS CRUIZE] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

WANDERIOGS 'TN ABROPIOGA AUSTRALIA. No. W.I. (From the Bydnry Morning Herald.) TsnRRsB sTRAIn: CnB5Wf 1 The season of the .SE. thade toang how nearly at an end, and the ehift 'nof'wd pad 'bchange to the N.W. monsoon being eholtly'to he expected, which would render our nltchoreg 1'et'liei Ilanaid unsafe, it being open to all wotery wiandsetwe'ti eni ' ands S.S.E, it was juded' xpedient"to:remove "the * Julia Perry" to some other plae. For variety of reansols not nerienesir tohbb specfied, Captain B resolved at ibthis timie to~iy 'in eiihssrtory, visit ' to Torres ttiRit,'iaith a "'iiw'"t ascertain by' ietual expelienue whatamount oftortdse-shell could there be ealculated upon, 'ihotld future circihmstences induce the owniers to'ptish't?dt thade In a' nsiller and more suitable 'veseL. ' '... Accordingly, on Noilser 7tli, we mnadRl a start. Four days ifterwifid, the' wind, still Tro 'E.t8.E having fallen very light, we hadnot reathed further than thi Piper Isles, when we passed 'betiws...

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TAKING CARE OF NUMBER ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

PaGCe nRe ow Nimes ·On5-M7 tit( a an old abipmaster many years ago, before shipmlauts ware oauch employed, .when every master of a ahip obtained his own crsew. Being. ready for voysg to India be proeeeded-to shi;p his crew, and, as ?llor'~t ta time wer verb ay seorto, to make up his eompleente he sbipped agrenee~n ris boy. After he bad go. to?p be found thathlis mstewa s men thst.oonl nbt? ? depended pno, aslhe would go to sleep od hbisis oh. Whe the shp fell ito the north.eat trade winds oliopleasant nigh thee aptin went on drok in the middid watotobind hismat asleep!i n tla sftes lIatah, an?d smoke somioin out of the glley. Looking jin, to are what wansgoing oi that tmeo. night,. to his surprise he odnd ti erish boy Lsad taken adsutage of the mateb iptot?tke from sie bamess usk s pieae of pork, and ible f?er theship's statbasoe g~t a d was be heigo bitof afry. he esytpte, in hls stem way .bingl e mahb annoyedsa the ecarrenee, called Sua to the tsy. &n none .that? to rhi hb...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

NEW SOOUTH WALES. ABxmALs RACES -At a meeting of the officelrs for the ensuing race\s, held at Mr. Millis's inn on Thursday evening, it was unanimonsly agreed that there should be three days' racing instead of two, as formerly resolved upon, and.that the firstday should I be Wednesday, Feb. 19th. The programme agreed to will be found in another column. The next weekly meeting of the officers will be held- at Mr Tysoe's inn on Tuesday evening.-Armidale Expres.az Tax WaTraes duringthe past week hiw been extremiely warm and dry. and the crops round the district have now almost all been gatherlcf in. Some of the farmers say they have reaped aversage crops, althogh the stalk is somewhat shcrt. Tenterfield Clhronicle uarT.--We have now fairly entered upon the fruit season, and although the trees have yielded well, the demand this year has greatly increased, so that the prices are rather high. It is a wonder that, with a climate sruch e.ours, the cultivation of fruit is not more general.--...

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

OLADSTONE. (Porn tie Cerrecpouadod ef the Ieukheptoe Bsuletin.) 'be Claren'e at her last trip brmugtit up a num ber ofmen to go on with the road over the ralb6 between this and the Daw\on, and which was left sundrished some time ago. It was saidtht ithe last thousand pounds.were alm st thrown away, the road being searcely at all im~roved. There is no doubt that the opening of a thorough good line of road between this and the Dawson district would tend mnaterially to advance tile iuterest, of this port. Those whoar are oequaidted with this township are aware that thereie a splendid unoccupied strip of laend immediately faeing the :ay--lying between the sand fiat and the eeb. Hithertoit has been kept as reservbd land by the Government; the uinha bitantsie. however, are now petitioning the * powere thbat be" that they would graciously be pleased to put the whole of it into the markit 'for sale ; aind from what we hear it is likely to be granted. The petitioners state that they wish it ...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

Febnisiy '1&-Iedl npjh: 4teawnerr, Capthn ORj~e,11,, *tor~ydneyr Pnrsengors-MLra M. Smith, Mliss Femiuserr Misrs ankris, Mdes'ra. S. Brown, T. De Lscy Mofftiil B o.~otew~, ).F. ~d~a Hsmnsant, Dlr.~ois M a~0i tb~tedr & 5 ]

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MARYBOROUGH. OUR POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

MARYBOROUGH. OUR POLICIE MAGISTRATE. The followi'igletters hive beeu addressed to tile editor of the Mlaryborough C7hronicle: St--Seeing in your last istste a communication from one of your numerous staff of aoonymous, scurrilous corrvespondents. signing himself "John TPhomas," statring that during the adjournment of the ease (Howard v.Kerley) Mr. Kent and myself went to'a public bouse to refreshourselves, "John Thomas," as well asall .Mr. Kent's detractores, knows it to be a pure invention for the purpose of damaging Mir. Kent with the Government. When it is necessary I can prove where I was during the time met tioned. I am glad the derfmuers of Mr. Kent have only false charges against him. I am, &e, GIEORGE HOWARD. Kent-street, February 6, 1862. "Sja -In your issue of the 30th ultimo you de vote a leading article to the condemnation of Mir. Kent; and you insert several letters, all of which, while they seem to relieve Mlr Sheridan from blame in cennnection with the late di...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

T. elgc?jo :'2 e s bedsteads, 2 kegs nail, I gakL crockry, Hasueli and Co.; 1 package Ieatehe, Grary and 'o. ; ~, six~ :10 bags. bprley. .,hogsheada rum , l4 eeas, 1 bsledraj,0s, 2* axle bags,. 5 bags suagp L1 salftiaece Qidt "1 u birce tobtco, 1 bale:aol baggng, 10 half.hests tea, 8 boxes tea,n trunk sit~, ease nsustsrd,'.2 ~eaa sqamon, M .bags sugar,8 ,-ags bats, G. H. 'Wilson: i p ackages, Sandleman s ceest tea, Wienolt.; 8 blif-..iets teea, 200 bags flour,.6 eases, Panton and Co.; B packages,.J trunk boots, 4 casks fruit, S a c aU1 ja~csge rasins, 2 packeges sundries, Oribb c-and eoote n ~ a5 eva,. 20 cases wbhisk, Blanst.; . cases, "Hieadrens andao.; l case, Smitht;. B eases boats and Sboe~'flfdh a, t'ease lampesre, Boyd;; tieros te. bareo, 'Di LeaI s cases,SirenS2 casees s?gdiea, Spenera 18 g?8kages sandries, B. Alandu; 1 easc;Birk _mat a S cases, Murjslt; .lease, Reeve; I puncheoln 12 ?_ska'ale .in3ind?,ttj e?sk t ruit, Bephenason; lease, Vll.tc.mdtie-h tlr u niPk, Gareorth ;...

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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

ROCl 1i&IPTON. (1mJ o s *e a ppton elletin.) Wethie eaornifl Fbruaq!)pr Stn our readers iVth I variey, oF IpJc statrescal mformotion. which vill?he abedlma flfording a reliable index of the a progrss pens advancement made by this die. top ?4?he close of the year 18B1. In the comr "' o of thip informttion we bare much pleasuren ? m owledging thast every possible faeity oand i bare hoes rendered by the gentlemen Jo pl the sarous departments of the Govern . l"in the district; at the syne time it will bel se- tb.tao far as-the aggregate amount of local reiaep is concerned, we bave no positive data; as th8ents of runs and .one or two other items are forwardeddireet to the Government, and the revenue of theeolony is odnlypublishled in the bulk. In the eoarse of another week, however, we shall be enabled 10to collect satlicient information from various sources to arriveeat a tolerably ccurate, approximation as to the total amount of revenue raised in the district, by aseertainiog a...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

[4(11 baes wnv,G). l W1~Pi 808i ·Cog&.4 QrbahsiPOo bet wool, Beardn?ore and. o.; .48 ?aal wool,? C. White ; 20 diltto, G. Raffand Co.; 14 ditto, H, V. Has sell sad Co. 8.casks tallow, 86 hides, Panton and On. 1 covered box, Pettigrew and Co.; 6 bales bags, Dow land; 5 bales ?bre, O. Davisi I ease, astell and Co.i 1 parcel, Thomas Hilli 1 pasel, Hhaioa. I oase, 1 buan. dle 1tteom osttis ?W.amd Ht. 8B kia 1 a6 bUanOis [bssnt?,l ease frult, &,'I. Hoekaig<;? le-oksL frnuitG . 1saf vand Co~i earns, raitS5fiif S banahibasanso R. Bulcork; I oase ruit, Peterson; S oass Trait, H. P. Abbott; 2 hones, Dr. Morrisl; I box frait, B. Davidason; 18 cose, B pakska~l~..a kj.J. Pppe Ifciiroh_; i came linen, Thomu Joass ;3 case fruit, Wuiastm s ; I cse lruit. J. Wright - 4 bandles bananas, e -cases fruit, &. Harr; 1 4dis mrit, t. Stewart; I case fruit, M. Hughrs; 81 oases, 16eakeb, DSkpingu .:8 bhndleq suogsar.esne, lseepmtnt??rHill "':iOlatcP , . M: Levy; 4 cases, ea...

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MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

MADAGASCAR; . (From the Maurtias Oerland eomsaerelia GOiielte, Decemlber 0.) : " In our last we onanoaced eliot ILK.S Brisk, Captain De Horey, had left. for Tamatave, MadaBaseakr, to bring back the misasion sent to eoratulate King iladamaIL on his accession to the throte. The Brielt returnied on the 9th ultimo with the mission,and their report, as well1 as the instructions and correspondenee ibnmnep~ted' withit, wilfbetound in anothripart of thecpresentisene. Wkineed not say- that the missnio was well ieeeivedi it oul nott be otherwise, as it had been sent at the .ormol requestiof the King. No contrast can be greater thhan the policy of Rodama IL comarred-rith that of the latse.Queen; and if isiternal di.enssons are ot oaused l by tlie feet nod hatred of thedlheraentsatof he old rtiagt o tt14-ser . order of things, wve7 ruust expedi t see this &sonsj ccupy a moreimportantplaee thah ithaldoe~ifiie : world's hitoey. The shange bhabeeh saiddia, i&.. excited .ueh leloney...

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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

TPFWICH. The following produce has bpen reeid by Mesrs. W. Gray and Co. for shipment. ei.Georgoe idd:-20 hales wool, MiB ; 20 d., MILR' 29 do., GT 20 do, AW. The following produoe has been reeived and for wadrd e-From the stores of Mesars G. H. Wilson and Co.-24 bales wool,D n diamond; 9 do., and I pocket, A.X: 20 ditto. G in uqoRrer 20 do., KM over M. From the stores of Mestr. Y. Gray and Co.-40 bales wool, GRE ; 8 do., H&FIf; I do., Chinchilla. From tle stores of Mr. H. V. Ilassell-9 casks tallow, 8 bales sheepskino, MB ; 2 bales sheplskins, K&T. From the stores of Mr. . Forret-40.balas wool, TT over T; 20 hides, BF. MACIWENEI & BOWLAND report a very large attend ance on Saturday in theirnewale-room. 1 splendid draught hore Irought £S88 S ; 1 ditto, £15 1Oa.; hone, saddle' arid bridle, £9;' eaddle.-ore and foal, £9 14a.; gold watch, £6; Gienea ditto, £2*; and a lot of fancy goods, &U., at fair rate?. Also, privately, 1 har nes mare, £12. Labour Mark...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 18 February 1862

NEW- ZEALAND. .By , i . 9S.. lli-rda. we hlve the Bou?tenr roses (A?tiklasnd papeal of l1st Jianuaty. Lieuteneit Oe:ercii "Cameron hea'lne gsgttid Deputy Gorer?io in the proince of Aicktlthb:f,; A niointed odeiiyjkriived at the-Brigde6'ffoie, Aucklnan, on the 80th ldtimo, atot a t hall-past otie pi.ni, waid ennouoned that Dr Neale, .68h Regimoent, hIid iien' sltto M an stabbed by two orf Captain Meieresei toop bf ti e hovel Aru llery. He cominunieatcd nojavl?Riait . .exeept thatcthe orultrage took plaise?kOet iu: '':Ot; Wednesday. the 20th, eies the twenty second bin aiversary of the eloi?, aiod *niibuid on the recur. ienee of that dey;' it 'wais bserved l aigenai~ i holiday. The chief feature of ibe e?stbvt:i i?*ssC regatta, which was all that coldd he deslt-ef 'the weather had been very severe on Mlandvand Tu day. but Wednesday made-eample mendd. 2% clouds having gradnally cleiwd away, he3'#S s bright and leautiful a fresh blr6eeze teniri?sdi t-b soiling matches somesihat eatititi...

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