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Telegraphic Despatches. j



BLACKALL, September 16.

Tiiitr.E thousand sheep {Mr. Katy's) have pasBed for Terrick Downe, to shear there.

Mr. M'Ilwraith's cattlo arc spelling herc.

Mr. Rouse's two mobs have passed down thc river, but their destination is not fixed.

A large number of teams have passed here lately both with wool down and goods up ; several have also passedjdown empty, no wool being abtainablc.

Thc weather is flue.

BRISBANE, September 15.

This day's Government Qazttle notifies that tho owners of mus within tho Railway Reserves who wish to have their runs con

eolidated are raj ti ired to give not ice to the Secretary for Lauds within three months from thc passing of the Reserves Act, which term expires on thc 5th of December next.

The following appointments are Gazetted : Frederick Rawlins, to bo Under-Colonial Secretary, in the room of Hugh Hamon Massie ; Charles Wright Macaulay, to be Assistant Clerk in thc Police Office, Rock- hampton, thc appointment to date from the

1st of March last.

A petition from the residents of Clermont for a commonage is published.

Tho tender of Mr. M'Intyre has been ac- cepted for the erection of a lighthouse at Flat- top Island.

A supplementary Government Bazelle announces laud sales at thc undermentioned places on thc 23rd of October next :

At thc Police Office, Gladstone : 13 town and suburban Jots, Gladstone and Calliope.

At the Rockhampton Land Office : 7 town lots, Rockhampton ; 149 town lots, Herbert township ; 1 town lot, Hewittville ; 33 town lots, Yeppoon ; 17 town and 2 country lots, Cowarral ; 20j town lots, Bouldercombe ; 52 town lots, Stanwell; 1 country lot, Grace-


Thc ship Windsor Castle, with immigrants from Loudon, has arrived in Moreton Bay.

All well.

It is reported that seven locomotives aro on their way from England for the northern rail-