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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF THE SESSION. HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

IMPERIAL rAltLLVMEXT. OPENING OF THE SESSION. HOUSE OF LORDS. j The session of raiiiMment was opened on i Thnrsdav. Fvuniarv $. hr Royal Comiuis- ! «lon. Tl-a simplicity of tiiU oansmooial. i co;np.irea wltn tilt spjrancnr and pagesniry ] with w-'iich the jSovcivijm meets her l^-^rds and fai:hf:il t'ommons when Parliament is ai:.!re..--M?d '?_-? lic-r .Majesty in jhtsoh. is always sulHi::e»Tly siriking. bui on tjie pre sent oeeaslon st-uie of the shadow of that pl-xjm v.-hich ha^ recently Wen thrown on Kli p:ib!ic life appe.i;---«l to rest mi ihe pn-- cejJir^f. Few and merely formal ar all tii^L'S when royalty L« nbseny. tbev now seeuicil nyt only siuij»'.e. bvit jrruve and srmhrt'. Y'-ry tl-rr pe^rs -*vere present; tliC front Oji]-rs:iion K-ucb was but thinly w curneA, aud all the seats on the Ministerial j side were vacant. There was. however, a . lir^cr arrc-iinanec of bishops. r.nd the Kjiis I copal benches presented the r.ppesrance i usual when « ile.lcite i- peudinr;. The Arch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

THE 'WILSON JIEmOBIAI.. |~|KLY OXE PORSD sterling has been \J received. The expenses arc £6 J4s. 63. Subscriptions will be received by fi. C. MACKENZIE, or die person presenting tike subscription sheet. Ipsvich District Grammar SelioaL WANTED by die Trustees, on or before die 19tfa proximo. PI-AKS and SPECIFICATIONS for die erection of die Ipswich District Grammar School. If approved uf by die Government and die Trustees, a. Premium of £20 and £10 will be given respectively for die best and second best designs. Further . particulars can lie obtained on application to tlio Hon. ARTHUR MACAMSTEE. M.HA^ Brisbane ; and to BENJAMIN CCIBB, £sqn jr.LJL, and IlfiNHY. CHALLIKOB, Esq., MU, SHITH, at the Govcniuumt Depot. .Ipswich. r APa%^PeteatpCBSOnmee-L^^- WAJJTED, a MAHBBED CPOOPlE Tf wilhont Encumbrance, or a. Steadv Female in a Small Family. ApnW to F SfpaTUXortiii^snichr^ JH!P'y w '-. eff .I1, WAST.1; Apply to JIBS. CBAIES. Tjr ANTED * SMAHTXAD. Apply to If WILLIAM BESSES!^ P * QUEENSLA...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

SBISBAKE. {feoh ocb oirs coascsrosDEXT. ) Wetlnesrtnv Pasuamest was opened yestia-day by' his EseollciiC3-. The speech, die address, and the debate, I imagine, you are already in possession of. The weather was lovely, and inconsequence a most dazzlinjr array of ladies, whu of course took a most intens'e interest in die Governor's speech, were pre sent in the Council to witness die opening. Lady Uowen occupied a chair oa the fioor of the Hoosj, to die left of the President's cuair. ann appeared to be in excellent health. I would also add that sire looked very charming, were it not that such sn assertion might be considered either im pertinent or a breach of privilege, or as constituting a most dreadful offence, for in these favoiiiwi dimes the proverb that a cat may look at a king scarcely holds good. There ivisof com so a great crash in the gentlemen's department, through which die uttfortan&te Commons hid always to push dieir way to die scats allotted to them when summoned ...

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MA[?].ARR[?] AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

MAIL AKI?.\X'-:3-''-.ir.-:TS AT TliJj : TT^incK j-, niiai|,r.i.pjj.i J-.J.5-.. ,1. T'je forfitanr Hails arrive at thAt desd littiuu :LS r^!luu'B : — Bbi«b\5E .. D^iiy, S:aiiiy ra«;.tji V) TODVTDOjaii 'VCednt'sJay. 11 :\.ni. ; rvitur day. -» i-.!!!. Deattjs ? Wednesiliiy, nooa ; SatunU'V, 6 p ja. ?Wabwick .. Tuei«i..y. 4 pjn.; Satnriiy, 11 s.m. Kasaxco . . Friday, noon. Tlie following 3Iails art- contingent for time on th J arrivals of Ac steamers : anil for - . rlicsc sa^h arraaumenti ara made as am j aix*. Uxs-lv tl cijetifiMicfioiivL'au'ner.viz.: j iU-rboroa-b. O! i.I.-f,-,ne, aad n.iskuasap- | .toa.ev-rr.-i'lternatj Suadav «r 3!ua- } aiy, as zioriftrt^ in the l-«af paiwi-s u£ j the previous Friday :md hatur.lay, 1 Xeir frocth Wales aad 'the other Atistra lisn coliiuies, as opportunity o'lers, usually tirfee a wcuk- Iliiurs -if cios 135 esliibitjrd at Post Ofrite. EaroiKr. on souta uny v-iryia-r £roai tlie 15th to the i&tu of ei-vry luoatli ; notice Jwin.^ al^aj-c giveu ol...

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THE FORTHCOMING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

THE FOSiaoOMIXG RACES. (FSOX OCB SPOKTISG COBBBSPOSDEST.) According to promise I last week entrusted \ th3 safety of my life and limbs to jolly old AYood, who Introduced me into tiiatinacliine of tiis yclept tha mail, and. after some four hours of misery once more stretched my legs in your remote village. Having taken care of the inner snan, I betook nrj-aoir -??V ?- ^ted In order that I might awakon betunes **-I b»ve a look at the string of horses in 'S^SE for *be forflicouung Korth Austra v i?fSS^ I«ng before daybreak I was «p \ r''«^™fcs«ndmyluist*indly«fteredine \ noiwannfiSPS^s^ja giddeto-the course — — «*~-t htni i P'ttjoi-i1j Jmliuwi thin Imiiiltl f -jf!£££.n8ih°ia8 *** '** the Igm^ble pll-Jf r?MSPBilHBOI?-o£**ieaYy Inc. On teach \ ' wtueh was terme\S^ea^— *n4 * darfc fluid \ ctroejdinKdaylirfirSS™- After the usun.1 horeee. R was Wo flark to soe thorn atfirnt, but I was told they n-cre Van T.-omp, Jtirmida. and Mariner. However, I was enabled to sec thsin well at die last rou...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

WECKLX CAI.E-1-.1II. 3Ur,IS62 ^ I ta j iKt .o:t miui. ? T_~a7' ii k. ''iT*B7''SniTH Aftn. )ria»v ._ ii 0 2) : s -'?: so o *i cat S.-urd?.r - «a- i S=3 * M ?«?'»] 11 ? i^._c eat 1 »3 V' * i» »sJSei' The«ra-ririnB »-«4 MlUas i» r=!«i1alrf to wa time- H«li Tiler at Ip!.«idi t'ttr ln»ir» l»tw.

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FRIDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

Fuidiv, Mat 2. CESEAL BUSUESS— NOTICES OP MOTION ' ? a ' Bill to establish a Divorce and Matri monial Ca.usss Jurisdiction in the Supreme Court.' Mr. Lillet to more for leave to introduce a ' Bill to organise and Establish a MiHtia Fores by Voluntary Enlistment in the Colony of Queensland.' GATEZmtSST aCStSF33 — OKDEE OP THE DAY. Abssace of Satire Session Bill : Second reading.

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

-Hije gfortjj gustraiian. Ji$ WWII. THURSDAY. HAT1, lS6i TaE Vice-regal speech, delivered on ?- Tuesday before tlie assembled Nominees said Commons prcsaats undoubtedly both in style and matter a great con trast to any of its prede^essurs. It promises great alterations in our_ pre sent defective constitution, acd might, for anything tliaJt appears in it to tie contrary liave beea promrfgated by as radical a. MiniEtiy as the . most radical portion of the commoaitj- could wisb for-^-so full of pritriiseandJiopeiBit iliat' it appears jrngrateful to doubt the sin cerity of those sentences in «rhioh tiib Extension of t!ie Franchise is so chcer -fiilly ani gracefally conceded, m «n electiTC honae representing ?'property and maimed iuteiligenee ' Buadosred forth. We feel that it would be a most '' : iJoaaSaess'*^ fo j^OT Witt the brttath . :,.^f ^uspieioa tliose buds of reform wliitli -the H-BaEEKT Ministry: tell us irill flower this session, aud filially bear a. plentiful crop -of. libera...

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TUSEDAY.[?]May. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

Thbesdat, 1st SIat. GEVE&A1. BU5ISESS — NOTICE OF UOIIOJi : ? Mr. SioFFATr to mov« — that there be laid on the table of this house — (1.) Betnrn of all runs forfeited through non-pavment of rent, according to the provisions of tenders Crown Linos Act, but which have been subsequently revived, specifying district, date of tender, nun: of tenderer, and the date of revival in each instance, fi ) Re turn of aU runs applied for under the Un occupied Cr.vara Lands Occupation Act, specifying district, name of applicant, date of application in each instance, how and date when such applications have been dis posed *-C (:J.) Return of all runs not stocked to this data, in accordance with, government regulations, specifying district, name of licensee-, and date of license in each instance

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. From the Courier. SYDNEY. Monday. 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

LATEST XTjaTEX-UXS-EJMCXE:* ? ii ? Fron th-- Courier. SYPXEY. H'indst-, Cn.m. T;ie Kandwick Uaccs comiueucud to Tlie Orand Handicap terminated as foliuws:— Tallevrand ? 1 11-n ik-lt ? 2 Ar.-h.ir ? 3 TLere was a verv fcirge a«cn?lance, anfl tliir wcitht-r was all that cmdd lie desired., llis Escuilttiicy the Oovcnior »as present. ; Tlio 1'riac* of W.iics. tiie new steamer I lately bro.iglit nnt by the A. S. X. Com I iiany. ni:idc'hi:r trial 'trip on Saturday, and ?t tur:md out to l-i- must satisfactory. She iiia.1i' 14 knots, and easily pasted the Col lamy (s.) i Tlia Prince of Vales will leave for Bris { liana lo-morroiv night. i The Hon. t!iu O.loniiil Secretory started I to-day uu his jouruey to AUiury. Tuesday. C p.m. An experiment Ti:is liueu made on the Murray, with the view of ascertaining whether inociiUtion would lie effectual ajrainst plearo-pneiinionia, and tbe ciqieri inent is lvjwrted to l-e Kuccexsful. Tliu UiU i)i hommr «f her Majesty's Birth day is appointed to lake \...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICES OF MOTION. WEDNESDAY, ARIL 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. CuVESNUEVT r.USlSF.ii — NOTICES OF MOTION. VTedsesday, Afbu. SOtb. Mr. Mazalister to move : — That in com pliant with Standing Order So. 261, a i Select Committee be appointed to assist Mr. j Speaker in all matters which relate to the ; printing to be executed by orderjjf the bouse, and for the purpose of selecting and arrang ing for printing returns and papers pnv seatad in pursuance of motions made bv I members : that such committee consist of the folloivinj members, viz., Mr. Speaker, tlu Chairman of Committees, Mr. Moffatc, Mr. Ferrett, and the Mover. j Mr. IIehbect to move. That this house do i nonr resolve itself into a committee of the I ?whole, far the purp*** of considering an ! address tu her Slijesty. expressing the loyal h\ mnathy with which this house has learned the death of the Prince Cunsort. Mr. llr.RSEur to mivc, Tint this standing orders committee fur the preseat session 1 consist of the following members, viz^ die j honorable the Sfie.ik.5r,...

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MELBOURNE. Tudesday. 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

SIEUiOCRVE. Tticadav, -5 p.m. An «t«nfivc connagnuinu has taken pliiee nt Biill.iarat. Xuie hi)«scs were destroyed, and one poor uafortunute man Ceil a. victim to the devouring flames.

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PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

PABLtAXEKTABY BUSIXESS. LEGISLATIVE COVKCIL. KOTlCEd OF HOIlOS AST) OKOEOS OF TUB DAY. WnosEsn&v, 30m Ai-hil, 1SC2. The Honorable the President to move — (1.) That this Council do agree to an Address of Condolence to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, on the sad bereavement and loss vrlucuUcT Majesty and thi empire at large h.ive suffered in the death of his late Royal Highness, die Wince Consort. (2.) That a Select Committee, consisting of live Mem bers, be appointed to prepare an Address in parauaaoc of the foregoing resolution for the ndontion of the Council. . I'lia Hononldo *b« *A£tornc*--Goiientl to. bm-t«. ^£U«t tfafi Mwnorafcle baoiltd Ifolcy B starts be chairman of committees of the whole house daring the present parliament. The appointment uf Standing Orders Committee, and joint Committees of the two Houses, Library Committee. Days for despatch of General Business : Thi Honorable the AttDrney-tiv.nor:il to move — That unless otherwise ordered, this House iriU mee...

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

IMPOSTS AXD EXrOET?. I The subjoin;!! tabulated stataaient. siwjiv- ) Intr the tofsl value of die Imrmrts ai:d 2s- j p irts f.jr tlie colony nf Qtieen-?!nnd fur the i .j lart;- enlln^ 31-t Jlarcli. l*ii hns been j kindly supj-1:ed to us by the Customs' an- j tlnritiis : — Ports. I Itap.-.rt?. ; ]:vi-..--i-. Prisbane ? t^'T/PS : £i7i\P77 Km khaoiTtton 5H.S4.S ; 5-.i.'frf 'IiryciToa-h .... 2C.-I73 ? fi-i,7i7 Total ? £2«1.'-'LJ ; £:^3FJ2 From tl'iis statetiftnt it vr-Ji Sw ?'!:-' ;~ei! that tl.ere i- a bii.--H.-e on tl ..? «,,v,.-r in fivoroi-spw 33u;uscInI; tj no l^is- ihun

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

.— i-viv -m n-FTFtfTT AT.. VKOprcE Hrcrtvni. — By Messrs. fi. II. j AVilson ana Co. : 1« caks talioiv. T. \V. & Co. ? b cr«ks -if tnH'»w. Gl) in iliaaionn : 2 fcJss slti-^iskius. T. W. and Co. Bv Hr. H. V. Hassell: 1 cask talk™-, CHO. : 13 bid.--. CHU. By Messrs. Pautou and Co.: --i bales of n-ool, lloyjs.

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AFTERNOON SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

AFTEBVOON SirTLVG. TheSPEiKEB tuok the chair at half-past, tbrec o'clock. XEW MEMBER. 'Mr. JONES, introduced by Messrs. Forbes and O*Sullivan, wok.dic oaths and- bis seat fOTheaMISI5TEEfUrLANDSai.nWOEKS. intiinluced hv Messrs. Herbert and Macken zie, took tbe'oaths and his Jieat for Ipsivielu QUESTION 01 iTBIVILBGE... r The 6PEAKEB then rose and saia i feel myself called upon, most unwillingly I own on die present occasion, to direct tbe : attention of hon. members to die S6tb sec tion of the Constitution Act which would appear to affect tbo scats or two bon. mem bers or diis bouse. 1 do so aa a oncstion of privilege, and I have taken the earliest op »rnmUv of doing so. (The Speaker here reaa the section of the act alluded to. which sets forth diat if any member be absent J from llis place for a whole session, widwut j first obtaininc leave of die house, his seat I shall dicreby'becnme vacant.) Now, itap- f *f pears to me that this matter bangs entirely ' upon what may be considered...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday,. Apeil £9. Tiie Speaker took the chaif n £-?«? minutes before Ii o'clock, and opened the pi-ocesdings with prayer. The following were the mem bers present : — The Colonial S.-cretary, the Colonial Treasurer, t!ie Sinister for jjinos. and Vwirks. Messrs. Moffatt, Lilley, Jtaif. Forbes, Fieminc, Koyds, AVatts, 11. Cribb, B. Cribh. T. S. Warry. and O'Sullivaa. Almost precisely at 12 -I'clock. the Uslinr -.C tbe It!ack llodenterej ar.d aunounce-1 tii.-it it was his Excelleacv-s pieasljre dist the Assembly should attend bun iu the other chamber. Tlii-ieuponthe members rose, and; headed bv the hon. the Speaker, proceeded forthwith-, to die Lagislative Council .hamber. After a. ehon abieote ths members re turned, and the Speaker adjourned the house until halt-past diree o'clock die same day.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY.APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TlErDAV. AlliU. iS. Befohe the ?l.iyor, L. E. Lester, and 3. ' Mufjihy. Esqrs. ! Donald Lyrehe, William Jackson, and j William. Jlilier, were charged with druuk- : enntss ; Miller aud Lyiche were each fined I ots., with the altfernativeoft^veutv-foiirlitiurs i in the cells, and Jackson His., with the alternative of Cirtv-cijrht hours in the cells. Catherine BnuUliaw v. Patrick Caffray.— A summons case, for ths illegal detention of property. Infarmationyithdrawn. I}-i^c3 having proved rlic scrrSce of tbesunt itioas. find the d--fendant not making ills appcaraaco a warrant for llis apprehension ordered to issue. WKDNESDii'. A-E1L 30. Before G. U. Wlison, Esq. King Jemmy charged with drunkenness, was discharged, after being duly caationod that oil a rejietitioa of the olicuee lie would be confined in the cells. Joseph Day convicted ofdrunienness. v.-^s - fined os., or in dofadt 24 hours in the cells.

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

QPEKING OF PAftLTftlffFKT. (Abridged from the Courier.) The ceremony of opening the third session of the Queensland Parliament tuok place at njoa oil Tuesday last. . to ronA tfcc proSamution. TUis having been a°Thc HOX. ATTOpOTV GENERAL Hitro3.uei.-il by Messrs. Koberts and G. Harris, produced his Excellency's commis sion app'«ntins him (the Attorney--j.eiit!r.il} to a soat in thit bouse, and stated that, by virtue of that cinnmissiou, he claimed to take bis scat, ani would be prepared to take the oaths when tlie Presidi-.ut desired to admin ister them. Tim I'lUJSIDEST briefly congratulated the Hon. Attorney-General on his appoint ment to that, the highest branch of the Legislature, and also congratulated the bouse upon the fact tliat their desire so frenuMitly expressed had at length been aeceiled to ?mdthata member of the Government bad a seat within the walls of that house, as representative of tbe Government tliere. Precisely at 12 o'clock, bis Excellency entered the Conccil Cha...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 May 1862

IPSWICH 3IUXICIPAL COUNCIL. Tfrr. weekly meeting of the Ipswich Muni cipal Council was held yesterday afternoon. Present — Ths Mavorl Ald.-nuen Chine, Cribb, Thorn, O'Mafley, and Watkins. The minutes of thj previous meeting were read and confirmed. Tlie Town Clerk also read tbe Town Sur veyor's report, U:iteb. Tiio Mavou read a letter from George Bucket and Thomas Hqgan referring to one . addrvsssd by them t- the Council some few weeks since, iu which tUev requested tlmt as they were crujiWed In making box drains, a cla?s of work superior t» that of , tlie ordinary labourers, tliey might be a)- , iowed one shilling a-day advance upou tlii t \ ordinary wages all--ired — six shillings n I day. ' j I Oa the suggestion of Alderman Cuisb it [ was agreed tliat the nutter should Ue re- - i fcrred^o tbe Town Sunevor. and if he con sidered the work worthy of better piv tliat '; ^muxEB ausrosr. *. 1 The following report of tbe Finance Com mittee was passed unanimously on tlie motion of Alderm...

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