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SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I W«tH4««. •JB. I H r I l' f i 1 MUS Mft 4Ji f is: 10.0 UHS 1QJI MS 74» 70» 8.0 HI — vn »■• ML "• VsIIomK) ... H«ttIpnrtS(arr.) 4nrteh(anr.) „. 7.0 7.40 7.« Ul US no U.4S LU f.0 U» Ml US US 7.0 7.40 7M 8.U fclf 4JS 4ySS 4JS7 SJ7 •JO »i

Publication Title: Queenslander, The
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ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

ROCKHAMPTON. BY the steamer which arrived on Saturday evening we have Rockhampton files to March 20. The papers are principally devoted to election meetings, and do not present much general information. Saturday, being St. Patrick's day, was kept as a holiday at the Government offices jwe do not tee any notice of festivities on the occasion. The amusement* during the week consisted of displays of fire works, and theatrical entertainments, which attracted considerable attention, and are to be renewed on the return of the company fbom a Tisit to Bowen. Mr. Tiffin, the colonial archi tect, has risked Bockhampton, and inspected the rarious public buildings. We take the fol lowing extract* from the Bulletin: — About midnight on Wednesday, flames were obterred issuing from the portion of the rear of the premises of the Commercial Hotel, ad joining the stables of Mr. Harvey, of Quay street. The fire had made but little progress before it was extinguished by Mr. Harrey and others of the nei...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

Correspondence. M.M.-Certainly not. We believe that free labor and improved machinery, which is more impervious to best than even "the skulls of "niggers," to use your own phraseology, are entirely capable of developing the resources of this country, « unlimited though they be." See answer to "Indka?* Iron*.—We do not intend to advocate coone Wwr far Queensland. Tour own experience must hare shown 70a what rough trretrasiit is adopted, to get hard work oat of them. Itis neither good far the employer to get riches by such meant, nor doe* it tend to exalt humanity that the employed should he thus treated. Slavery in any thane does not accord with a belief m the sacred de dsxation aad> to the men of Athens, that all nations of men ere made "one blood for to dwell upon all the face of the earth," ■Mtiur does it consist with the statement that their Maker is « no respecter of persons.' A vouu>*a Stgab Gbowxb.—To re-assure you eoneeniag the nroopeete of sugar gowmg, *• m *7 ■Motion ...

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PORT DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

PORT DENISON. WE have been much pleased to see some baskets of very tempting vegetables, lettuces, radishes, cucumbers, &c., arriving in Bowen from the Don, and have no doubt that the growers will be well remunerated for their enter prise.—P. 2). Times, March 7. The Williams brought from Bockhampton a party of about forty diggers, who intend to try their luck on the Burdekin. There are, we understand, between 200 and 300 men from the Peak Downs and Port Curtis diggings, who are merely awaiting the report of this first party to make a start for the same place. Mr. Gibson, whose report to the Cleveland Bay Beward Committee we published a short time since, is an experienced miner, and well known to be such by most of those who ore now coming to look for gold on the Burdekin, and it is mainly on his report that they have relied in comipg up. We sincerely hope that their most san guine expectations may be realised, and that this may be the commencement of a series of successful m...

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GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

GAYNDAH. WE make the following extracts from the Burnett Argus of the 10th and 17th instant:— We have most authentic and reliable informa-<*> tion as to the doings of the diggers at Reid's Creek ; it is to the effect that every one of them is doing remarkably well, and likely to do better, as to the ground it is improving. This is pleasant news, indeed, and we trust it is only the begin ning of a long series of such items, each one better than the last. An exodus of inhabitants took place from Oayndah on Monday and Tuesday that has had the effect of making oar quiet little town still more quiet in appearance. The assizes at Mary borough hare to be attended to by witnesses from all quarters, and as it happens that some of the aspirants for the favors of Judge Lut wyche have been committed from this beach, it was necessary for a lot of people to go to the Bay to attend to the court. Most encouraging accounts are to hand anent the new diggings at Eidswold. Another—the thi...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

SHIP MAILS. The mails per the Cawarra for New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tas-<*> mania, will be made up and closed at the General Post Office, as under:— For registered letters at 4 pjn.; tat other letters, at 6.30 p.m.; for newspapers, at 6 bjb.: and for late fee letters at 7 p-m. this day.

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

MARYBOROUGH. THE following items are from the Chronicle of the 17th and 21st instant:— Mr. Lamb, the superintendent of Imbill sta-<*> tion, informs us that since the murder at Moo- loolah, of Mr. Stephens, the travelling botanist for the Government, the blacks have accumu lated in great numbers on the Imbill run, and have slaughtered two heifers, and threaten further destruction. Mr. Lamb says that, though that part of the district swarms with blacks, the squatters are left utterly without protection. Hub-inspector Freudenthal called at the station last week with black troopers, but their hones were all knocked up, and they were not able to perform any other service than to recruit and return to Maryborough. We would remind Mr. Commissioner Seymour that the object the country has in submitting to be taxed to support a police force is to obtain v>me protection to life and property, and a force that, through false economy, is inefficient to compass this purpose, is wo...

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DENILIQUIN STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

DENILIQUIN STOCK REPORT. Friday, March 16.-The sun and the northerly winds have gained the mastery over the spring- ■MB in suaahme or andoudydays. Aeheok hM thus been given to mToaftmantm ateek. though there an itiO many bom amfaw to come to tenu for youg weaVhred ewM. We do not hear of aay transactions in these; they are |» be had far money, and it ■ pnose alone whisk prevent baamoat. Bvyora •ad aaUan know that twenty-fear hoars' ram would aabt dinaranoe of 10 per cent, in prices, and hence holder* who en hold do ao fir the naing market. We m*» a aala by Mem. DahnahoT OaaapbaD and Ob.of 7100ewee,4 and 5 jmn old, afnafii. Landale'a» at Ua 6d. Mr. Forloß«e'a SOgOOO are reported looking waD,aad akoald by tkia hare about raaohadfiM ttataoo. aton cattle are in demaad, bat the market is aAetad by maeh the auae eanae aa oparataa m atore ahaap. WaU-bred oattla when they reach bare, will meet puebaamt baft we anskKpato mej»T mobs intended fcr tbie aaarket bcmg located long brfare their expe...

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UPPER MARY. (From the Tiaro Correspondent of the Maryborough Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

UPPER MARY. (From the Tiaro Correspondent of the Maryborough Chronicle.) We still have glorious weather at this end of the river. The showers, though too light to reach any depth, have materially served the maize second crop, and have by no means in- crop, by jured the cotton ; but we have no weather as yet to warrant any one in planting potatoes. At the coal mines, it is still the old tola of " hard rock," but they are sanguine of very soon reaching the thick »cam of coal, as they hare come into " known ground," such as wu found when previously sinking at the old piU. At the worst they hare a twenty-inch seam, pronounced workable, the coal being tolerable and clean. The dip is very great, but a little management will avoid this difficulty. A layer of fire clay (?) has been passed through, whioh would pay well for working for the manufacture of ornamental bricks. They hare also cat through a six-inch seam of coal. Already a blackfellow is parading about, showing, with great pride, b...

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Commercial Intelligence. IPSWICH MONTHLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

Commercial Intelligence. IPSWICH MONTHLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. F[?]orini, Murphy, and Co.'s Ipswich report:— CATTLE STATIONS.—In consequence of the depressed state of affairs, occasioned by the continuance of the drought, not much has been done; however, we have effected the following sales on the Baloone, viz.:—The Burgurrah and Warroo runs, with 1000 head of mixed cattle, mustered and deuvered, for £6600. This station embraces an area of 250 square miles, with 40 miles of river frontage. Alsa, the Yarraman station, Liverpool Plains, New South Wales, the property of the late Hon. B. Yitigcrald, including four blocks of country, and the right of brand to a mob of hone stock, for £4000 ; terms equal to cash. Ukstooksd Couvrt.—We have to report the sale of ten blocks in the Maranoa district, at £850 per block. Shxkp Siaxiovs.—There are several buyers in the market, and one or two large sales have been effected privately. We arc certain were the rain to fall for a few day. some heavy bust...

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IMPOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

IMPOSTS. Cawarra, s., from Sydney: 9 panlrages, Lar combe and Co. j 2 packages, Ohenayaad Co. t » barrels herrings, 3 bands ooflse, 10 boxes tea, J. and G. Harris j SO boxes soap, M. Hughes; 1 owe books, G. Slater; 5 casks biscuits, 50 eases wines, 12 hogsheads porter, Brabant and Co.; S casks biscuits, JL Ob>er i 400 quarter-sacks flow. O. Baft* and Co* 10 cases, Onmes and Pettj; Bpaekacesoil men's stores, O. Toms; 1 case, lawrence; 1 panel Oaujard; S3 ban and bandies iron, J. Gompton; 1 case, J. B. Palmer; 300 bags floor, 21 bags potatoes, T. Unmack; 2 trunk's boots, T. Illidgo, 30 bags potatoes, 9 ban onions, 2 kegs butter, 14 packages oilstores, MaekinbT Bros.; 12 half-tierces tobacoo, Mali son Bfeck and Smith; 1 bundle flags, Q P Heath; 40 dram pipes, 1 cask cement, w! p! AMfmani 1 case, Webb Bros.; 1 eratecab bage, T. Johnson; 1 parcel, J. H.Hjns; 1 oat? bifcntts, tononij \ bu^ J.,^ s %Mbf«h J. Xohn and Co.; 60 cases fruit, J. Oneroa j 6 packages, Costin and Go. t 1 case bo...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

DEPARTURES. March 24.—Yarra Yarra, AAJT. Co.'s a., 350 tons, Captain J. Moppett, for Sydney. Passengers: Messrs. Francis, M'Neb, T. Coutts, and 8 in the steeraee. March 24,-Lady Bowen, Q.SJT. Co.'i »., 425 too*, Captain T. A. Lake, for Sydney. Pat aengen: Mr. and Mrs. Beaisley, Muses Beau ley (8), Marten Black (6), Mr. and Mr.. Black, Mm Norm, Mean*. M. Stace, H. Btaee, J. foote, Atkinson, and about 10 in the ttterace. March a7.-T«legraph, A^.N. Co.'. iTa* tons, Captain PiUaanmon», for Sydney. P- M •enger.: Mrt. Coatw, Meam. 1 Ifont, C. Munro, A. Cranuon, and 10 in the steerage. S4B ton», Captain W. OottierTfor Maryborough! Ohdrton^ and Boekliampton. Pastengeri \ Ifngley, Mr*. B«U, Mr*. Bontall, Mr*. Craig, Mean*. Otaig (8), Mew». wTATmmf^^it. Btanlt 7> A.Cnig,A. Trundle, J. Befw. 0 Douat, O. Mant, T. W. Bradj. WTo rH. anhar, W. Oathey, T. Cbaham, J. A- Bennie, 7L? mt5 it ~a? > W* Oj*i«» J- TowiierTj! Craig, B. Norm, and 65 in the rteetage. Marsh 88*—Lady Young, Q.&N? ...

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ABSTRACT OF THE LOG OF THE SOUCHAYS ON HER RETURN PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

ABSTRACT OF THE LOG OF THE SOUCHAYS ON HER RETURN PASSAGE. Some time ago we published an abstract of the log of the Souchays on her passage from Brisbane to Batavia, and we now give an ab-<*> stract of the log of her return passage. It will prove interestmg, as we better© it is the first time that the passage has been made from BataTia to Australia «m Torres Straits. It commences with the starting of the stnamer at BataTia, and terminates wifli her arrival m Brisbane Boads. Total ttee hOTSteaaaataacaar.S cays U kens «§ ■aJmtes. I *1 h iMnta. « r t 10 11 u IS M jl •I Ml \tu$\ •H HUM stool **joo| uoo SlflO M0O liuo . .- »l uao' AtMOfca.proeeedettoeM; oteid •attry weather Ckiiljrnlmndadtij BUM) weather; paawd tBMagB Bafty Btraite; tent letter* ajhora limiutlMw«tk«,Mt«fiittoi eaaaito at US. and raia Xodarate watferly tirim aad tat vwtta«r; pwMd Saadatvoo* Ia^ai Tariabte wi*«t and tnamatbar; IikvM ofTfaBortaaWtt; «aAtiatav VUd wottkar.lS^ Aotaictt* +,■ m* «*»»; H|M a*M>»...

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THE SEASON AROUND TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

THE SEASON AROUND TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) OUR rich red lands are most favorably consti-<*> tuted for the growth of barley, and if we properly estimate the value of barley straw as a winter fodder in addition to that of the grain for grain malting purposes, and the manufacture of pearl barley, it should lead to a large cultivation; our soil is of that exact type, which home and colo nial authorities hare bud down to be best suited to its growth. It luxuriates in dry grounds with fine deep tilth, and the richer the joil the heavier the produce; but in common with other cereals we have before noticed, in order to be profitable, it is an absolute necessity that it should receive a good cultivation; in fact, barley lands can scarcely be worked too much; if it be intended to put in an experimental crop this season, we would re commend at once (if it be not already done) to plough up some of the late wheat or oat stubbles, whichever is considered the best wor...

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THE OPEN PLAINS IN DARLING DOWNS DISTRICT. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

THE OPEN PLAINS IN DARLING DOWNS DISTRICT. (COMMUNICATED.) AT Mr. Bell's dinner, in Dalby, the toast, the "Agricultural Interests," was omitted. The truth is, that there is no agricul-<*> ture in the neighborhood of Dalby; nor, I fear, is there much chance of any for years to come. There moat be many people in Brisbane now who think that all that is required to make the Downs an agricultural district is to throw the whole open to free selection; and who dream of rich and speedy crops rewarding the farmer's labor. I write as a person who has hnd some personal experience, and considerable oppor tunities of observation, for several years past, and I must reluctantly declare that I believe that such notions are fallacious. The soil about Dalby, and upon the most part of the Darling Downs, is rich and black. It takes severe labor to turn it up; and when it has been turned there is great difficulty in pulverising it. Again, after rain, it dries in a very hard crust; and afte...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

MAURITIUS. FROM Port Louis, via Sydney, we have dates to the 7th February. The Overland Commercial Gazette of that date supplies the following items of news. It •ays:— " The prospects of the next sugar crop con tinue to be Teiy promising. "All put* of the Uknd hare been weU watered, and the plantations are forward and fine, though there are here and there appear ances of disease in the plant, which dry weather may tend to further develop. During the last few days the weather has been dry and sultry, and before long the planters will be wanting more rain, which, if it falls without too long an interval this month and next, will enable us to announce an abundant crop for 1866-67. We hare hurricanes to fear during the next two months, and as the cases are already high, the injury from such a visitation would be Tery great. On the whole we may say that, to the present time, few seasons hare begun more favorably. "We now come to a more gloomy aspect of the state of affairs. Vie heavy dim...

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GOONDIWINDI. March 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

GOONDIWINDI. March 24. OUR member, Mr. Watts, has arrived. We were not expecting him till Friday, and he came on Thursday early. The dinner is to take place on Monday, at the Royal Hotel. Mr. Monday, Boyal Watt* has intimated hit intention, to meet those of hi* constituent* who are willing to attend at the Court House on the same day, to fire an ac count of his stewardship, and to hear an ex pressioa of their want*. The second of a series of entertainment* got up by Mr. Balmain (teacher), haying for their object the raising of a fund for the erection of a reading-room, was held in the Court House this evening. The entertainment consisted of recitations by Mr. Balmain's scholars— young and clever actors and actresses—two or three of the same by himself, and a few songs from members in the company. Mr. Watts, bent on seeing and hearing ererjthing while with as attended the affair. His hearty applause and uncontrolled laughter chewed a thorough appre ciation of the well-sustained imper...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

SYDNEY MARKETS. Tli* prices quoted in those in trans actions between the producer and tb« in* purchaser. Floor: Fine (nlk-dressed), £21; seconds, £30 per ton of 8000 lbs. Bran, It 4d per busheL Bread, 5d per 2-lb loaf. Butcher*' Meat: Beef; Jtf to Bfcd; mutton, SHIoSH; port, 5H to 6d; Teal, 4dtosd per Ib; lamb, 4s 6d to 6s per quarter. Poultry, Game, and Dairy Prodnee: Fowa\ff«dt»«f; ] J"**. •■ « to +i gmt, 6.toT.j tttrfcwe, i 8e to 16s i afeeoa* U 6tf, reebite. U UWU •arso^rioaetteni|s, Aifd to «• eaek; VsMar, Ye to 1. •T.'oWe, U*m bacon airfban-.lOdtoU, lard, Bd to »dper lh* { *gh U ißd par dosen. Yigiaiihit Potatoes, 4e to Hi onions, Us toJQaparewt.; cab bates, 1* to «s { lettaors, Cd tol7 «y pamp. Uns,istoa>srnMtrova,U to Bs j enanmbm, Bd to Is 8d per daaen» tamips, la Id to Sm •»*ret», ts to Ss BdTpor. anma,tstotfßd| beetroot, Is to «• t leakaVts to*, rbtibarb, Ss totsßdi oslary, Bt to Us, per deaea linmlim green peas, 8b to 10si Frcneb beans, la Bd to Ss. par bosheL Fruit: ...

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DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

DALBY. THE Herald, of March 23, gives the follow-<*> ing paragraphs:— The selections of land in the vicinity of Dalby have lately been numerous. During the part week, 410 acres of country tad hare been taken up, principally by resident* in this neigh borhood, although we hear of tome lots having been (elected by gentlemen in Toowoomba. Xholuh Cwncn. —Burners baring been afloat for tone days part, circulated no doubt from a spirit of professional jealousy, that a defect existed in the building now under erec tion for the Church of England, a deputation of some of the committee waited on Mr. Stanley (the architect tent up by the Oorernment to by out the new Port and Telegraph Oftees) and requested him to inspect the building, so that the public might hare quite a disinterested opinion. That gentleman rery graciously com plied with their request, and, upon inspection, expressed his approral of the work hitherto performed, to the perfect satisfaction of all parties concern...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenslander — 31 March 1866

JQudGßitai. iliOß BALI, 800 Head of MIXED OATTLB, J? incl«ding 100 head of Brokwiia COWB. Soqnir* of O. BOWBBB, York*. Hollow, or Mr. J. CLAJtK, OereUad. ' X?OE BALB, MILKIKO OOWB. J? CALYE3. Enquire of Mr. J. oLaBK. CUrelfA. - MtTT 1fl iKTT ' /-\* BALI BY THE UVDBBBUrBBD. \J Brandy (Piaot, CaatiEaa, aad Oa.'a), U . qoartatieaaka aad earn Ditto, BjoMtaej's Pale and da* v Ditto, Ltrer Braad, in oaaw . Ditto (Utpcnal), in ditto d^U ' B«ai,Qanara,OldToaß , Wbiaky, MaiaWa Iriak , * Ditto, Bborifa Uaj, and othar acaadt FtTTt TTiat hi nuarfar raa\i ami naaai Bha^, mbiipheadiand qaartw lmU ■". CHbßgor'Safdial, Oißon's Ale, m balk, Marrian's, Dawaoai'i Ditto, Victoria Btora. WaatmiDataT Oo. fa ! Ditto, in gbaa, Dawaoa'a, by Haxat DMo, Victorian Btora> BtfdportOo/a 8to«t, CraJanoN', by Ml Ditto, MaoWa Dvblm, Yiotariam Btora> Ditto. Davtoa'a Laajdoa, by Hant Ditto, brifc, Wi if i ia < ir <jo.'» ■/%- Fortor, balk, Waataunator oo.\ • , - giaaamd Pmiiaioaj aaao^lMfc '...

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