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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Friday, May 16. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
IPBWICH POLICE COUT . - Friday, 3asy 16. •:, .:- ,,. .Before the Police M~a gintiasit'F'l;~ --Walker ws flned 5a.fedordihhtn~ . io &eTa 24 behanimprieonnenmeL Thomas Donaldson e.. Join Wter-efa ai. not appear. .TIleieaehn cahint foi die w3nb a threeteese, which it was alleged were sihlaty d~fh" on the b10th iestati defeidant laeuldinso~oaee e th he had killed theensand offered panment; telliangplalnail it might be wokse for him ifhe did not setlethe'mattes plainetff, howevme,deeined doing so, Jorer?h?iorede posed- he eaewhe defeodant oethellOthwit lageh in, bi hand, and abhortly afterwm rdleear the report of it; he then feund tltt?. m·i .selyingt dead; no onet-i the dekendaet weeeeearthe-spot with aian. Guilty feed Is.; £2 iOn. for vdlueof gene; ana 42 Sn. nosa.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
?Local at }Bistrirt aNcb Seoansrto -pimvnn lfnIse-A match of consider able interest will 4ake place ast noo, to-day on the' Ipa with cBce-couree between Mr. Hardie's Van Trobmip ana t:ir. Davenev's'Telerasm, for £25 a sidae-a three-mile race. Beveeal sporting gentleman of' Brisbane are cx pected here to witness the race, which has nrated some excitement; and a good deal of money is likelyto change handae on theeent - LBas' or "n GarEa AxT BoosrB .a i?o RAca OuasE,.--The sai :of the right tothe tolls at ;the g?p. of the nbce-coure, the grand-stand, &e. took plate at the salerooms of Messrs. Fattonrini and C, with the followingyasuat.r The Grand Stand wan:.uirihaaid,)y' Ranrpn, CAD; 2, William DevinpLa.' ,8, Mrs. (*n nor, £27?; .4.Charles Hanson, £0; £3 , Toah aps £15 ; 6. P. Dowing i 7, P7 . "Cople-y.jifl; .8, Michaiel O'Malle, £tS Frntifstalle: 14 P. Donigau, £4 Es.; 2, Darid Puk tas 15 3 ? Wilknai £4 108$ 4, A. P 5l.lpeto, £5 Gate 3 i)ollstd, £126: Total, £426Es .d ' ' SLnc...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past three o'clock. BRIDGE OVER CONDAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The SPEAKER took the chair at halt-past three o'clock. BRIDGE OVER CONDAMINE. In answer to Mr. Ferrett, the MINISTER for LANDS and WORKSS. tated, that previous to Iast aession Mr. Haege of the asurvey department, had made s arvey with a view to fix a site for a bridge over'the Condamine and that no survey had sinoe been made. Fmrom that sunrveysa plan had been prepared in the Roads Department, and enqoiries instituted as to the boring and other necessary work. Before the reetion of the bridge was commenced, a forther report upon the matter Nould be obtained. CROWN LANDS OFFICE. In answer to a question poi by Mr. Ferrett, the 0COUONIAL SECRETARY stated, that it was the intention of the Government to remove the business in connection with the Crown Lands, and plate.it under the supervision of the Minister for Lands and Works. The ~iece~sary arrangements in connection with this transfer would aoon be completed. ELEOTORAL LAW'AMENDMENT ACT. The COLONIAL 8ECRETARY, ...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
&B' 6&lt;uenmulanbI *arliament. (Abridged from the Courier.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Toansra, MAY 15. The PRExxIDERi took the chair at ten minutes pas0 three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. EDUCATIONAL REPORT. Mr. GALLOWAY asked the Attorney-General whether the usual annual report of the Board of Edu cation had been forwarded to the Governmenti and if so, when it was likely to be laid on the table ofthe EHuee The ATTORIEY-GEONEEAL replied that a report had been received from the Board of Education, which the Executive had been compelled to refuse, in conee queece of its not coming within the provisions of the Act. DENOMINATONAL SCHOOLS. The PRESIDENT asked the Attorney-General- "What action, if any, had been taken by the Govern meat in reference to an address, passed by this Oourcil on the 10th of August, 1861, relative to the hardships suffered by denominational schools--existing at the time of the passiog of the Education Act of 1860-in being deprived...
(From the Illawarra Mercury, November, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
* F)-m tPk;Jaspar, 4fe~r ,opeey;r 3281h) " MooE's B AiAsBAInWE.Y.-In do respect is a new arrival in this colony, or a resident of the in terior-visi~ on.Sydneyafter t?ightar to yus abyepne, or forthe fusthq imeamproreeah. teajtr wooderf ollyseppri~aed,?b p by thebsmn *g~ tud, gor. geousness, and variety of its emporiums of:tradp. Thupretitoe8, bpj,wsijtoca ~gehsic sejp thiee, of the chief cifies~ r the &Jd tgol try, to be fully eqsualtb4em 0n wost s?pecls ,one.9-4ht ilrgag plaoesoL tiade jo Ilyd ey,iqwciyer,3from 4ta aSunn tentatious appearance from the streetoiagry ]iaW to escape notice, thoghkars.in the extent of is 'frontagp. e jereibrrius. neqisJl$in S9yuIneyd allude to A. Mooxe and Co's.. laionrBaasr?ini Pis. street, whlcbhoec psjlee es t.ave~iaoussljdoi. ingeach other, ~bt wiiitht,4iaiiayg.?,eeungcted. . private residencesMf n;bg~oAluss dp 8y pt usyud still remaining substantially th ?- amate :o~ a.gd .Ppearamnee, faittballA citrnntleeto eteman tent aasmally but oe ora...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, Monday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FnOM OUs OWS COBBESPONDENT.] Sydney, Monday, 4 30 p.m. The Telegraph sails for Brisbane to-night. VICTORIA. In the case of the Legislative Assembly against Dill, the publisher of the Argus, the judges de livered a most elaborately written judgment on Saturday. They are unanimously of opinion that the Legislative Council and the Legislative As sembly of'Victoria are possessed of all the privileges, immunities, and powers which were legally held by the Commons' House of Parliament at the time of the passing of the Constitution Act; that the publi cation of the libel specified on the return is con tempt, (Sir which tbhe House bad authority to commit. There is some difference of opinion among the judges as to the necessity of an affirmative allegation that the power now exercised by the House of Assembly in Victoria, is one which the Commons' Bouse of Parliament held at the time of the pass ing olf the lonstitution Act The difference, how eve...
(From the Wynyard Times, November 15, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
(Fkein the Wpyeyrd Tiimse, Novemler 15, 1861); "ONE OF TBB MARVELS OF THE METBOPOLIS. At thi'season of the year when many residents.of these districts visit thie metropolis of the colony, ws think wecannot do better than direct theirattentios, ad sourteeofsmuchenjoyment, and which aies not been hithertoclassed among !the sights' ofthe cilty -we allude ,to the estaflishment of Alexander Moore ands Co., known as the * Labour Bazawr, in Yi5t-street, Sydney, and whicl.a gentleman con nected with this journal recently had n opportunity of inspecting. This person'inorti s s'that the establishmeint fromn being containe n one .f-t4he hiock of- buildings known in the goo d ol imes of yde eyas' ,th's 'nilddgs,' has'giieon graddually extending itself oboil .thoe ihole tongp from thv ' Grioketer's.Arzps,' 4 the emer, pitt ad Market. streets, to the old 'W l]wTswe,' Dnmberingfive lair?e and commodious places of'usiness, have bee, taken, up one by,one.. The size ofdhiid esiablish. ment, however, ...
THE NEW ELECTORAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
THE NEW ELECTORAL LAW. Tax Bill for reforming the Electoral Law of this colony is now before os, and we think that its provisions will satisfy the most extreme.of the political agitators who reside in our midst. It would be unreasonable to suppose that any change in the law, however good or beheficial it may be, will meet the views ofall; therefore we shall not be surprised if we hear some grumbling that such a restriction as thatof the sixth clause, which requires that electors shall be able to read and write, is imposed. The clause is as follows : Every man of the age of twenty-one years being a natural born or saturalised subject of Her Majesty who shall have resided within the district for whilch he claims to vote for twelve months and who shall be able to read and write as required by this Act and against whom no sentence of imprisonment shall have been reeoreed since the revisione of the roll last preceding any electiop oer who shall be qualified under the next section shall i...
(From the Monaroo Mercury, November 22, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
(Frost te aMsanroo KrArcdP Novembr 2!, 186.) PIT.TEET LAB6UBB B~z~AA~ Y sDobtles ;wany of our ieader wbo snky har liid avst t 6Sydney d?4ing *1d' last'few yeas eill Jiave kohed the extension of *bse above-niarned tablliInt.' It 1 sitn4t aak?-' .n gesatett attrac?.o ' Withtiq its walls, in numeun tment be "o.red very u~seful ~oneiva - detription oi-ti?? in tndllik utty ndnhe furnishing and decorating of al rtnd .i . of in the matter oftrnsh?ihng ''te rie-. abanita t itli, 19r advertising columns, may select, in the course of an hlur, every article they uy eeqtl tile. Woettier what may be their tiate, or their.means: ' And when the house is fuoished,-lthe resource"i df the establishment ore not exhasted. Saddleldy, jbwel ]lery, perfumery, &c.;-csn .e sopplild. But the grehtest wonl?dr of ill it-how suah a vest and varied stook of goodsa has been brmugt toether. It is theresult of yealrs of eaterpriste, sdthd aveast ment of Apwards of £50,000 of calpittl. Nothitp like it. we be...
(From the Newcastle Free Press, November 30, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
(From the Newcastle Fr ess, Nov'enii SO0, ' * '" * 1881.)'-' - ** " Ons oF TE WoxioDs op S?o??E In our intercity to the south -there are doubtless any iansrellous nights to be seeii siod Bifueedt moget £hbse, not the least worthy of inote aret masi e, artificially contrived, stupendous bhllsb-fol c mere. Nevertbheles,.periepahe m?it8tflnacesll??wondrous and worthy has; at the same tihee, in li except size, least in itsoutward ippearence to attract the gase oftbh pyseir-by We ailadeto the L.absurifsar sfAlTextn'der Monre asd Co.. wirh ccupiesfiv.e "ssfej'huilfngsewjmoflfs each uth~er~in.Pstfc&Mi, estries the *Ole 1Sllo?i Tree" sod )Laete ,stwaet. It in not, hpige~er1jn its size that the cluef attraction of this establishment is to he ound e tnt in"hevwnd ttil xVa.y exentil anid aeS'i~s contents, whUh issdijiMly ctihulntdSaaed in furnishing lhnuas ids -nhbis directio any oe irho has abredhino hir sa1 ~ ~ ~ t ababsi wnerfi ei owars O iea eul-aBvt |hinastieit rwbust~erissal..of ...
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
DIARY. rEMORAIDA 'o i TeE 'WgEE r. Rises. B etsa. Io.rhW r I ARn 20 TshItar ...... 06 38 6 14 2 650 3 11 21 I Winasnnj ... I 6 39 5 14 3 2 I 3 1 4 28 jTaUSOAy. ...... I 39 13 4 16 4 3 23 )Pnsr?r ......... 840 6 513 1 0 24 SranoDAy ...... 400 5 13 5 50 81 25 BSU .r-NA ......... 1 12 I 0 42 I7 f10 S oaDos ......... i6 41 5 |11 7 35 8 0 The dlffernee in time bentween high water at the Bar and Brisbane is l tlour45 minutes, and Ipsew' i 's 2? 5 minutes, rhieh dtifference must beadded to the toi a Ifh :I water on the The easterly winds on the uoast of the Bay, anJd the freshe, In aberver, often cste a variatian from our table, but these are aaerely sadential, and governed by no hapwn t?w.
(From the Wagga Wogga Express, December 20, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
1861.) "MooB's LABos BZAABR- resident of Wagga Wag a,.who recently, visited Sydley after a long absence, was much struck with thed improve nest manifested, not o·nly .inth'arrangeme'nt and extent -of4he various- commercial- estibliasments, but in fhle rquaptity" and var!iety:o.ithe igoods.di played. Our inlormaolw?as particularly struck I:r" thebs collection ofcofonisP ands sEnlgtig] p bolstery. pictures, .nd articlys of.vzanr offered for isale in Moore's Labonr Bazaar, In Pitt straeet. sand whirls beiddparibes as urpasin~g anythli.g ~f e Ainad to be seens on :thbaplonie¶. .1e prices at whic thbaVarijona gnois se pffereda a se ,anikto be extremnejy agoderste"
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. (FPrnm ie S . He. rald, September 21,1861.) " Measr, A. Moore and Co. are abont to make farther additions to their already.extensive furnish ing establisbmentsin Pitt street. Tbefact jis worthy of motice, if.only as illustrating how very.rapid has been the commercial growth of Sydney within tb6 last nine or ten years. The business of the above Irm was originally commenced in one of the range of houses once known as. " Hart's buildings,' but which hlave long since lost that descriptive appella tion, and are now only known as.the ' Labour Baszaar.' Their businei gttdualalyy extending with increase of populatiod;'d-dTeqUentqprpooogree of the colony. the firm have absorbed iohe. bytone the whole row of houses (some:ten or twelve inspm her), until their establishment has become one of the mostextensive in any of the Austialian colonies. The stock gathered within this mammoth emporium comniprises almost every article. of utility or luxury in the-shape of household f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
flit dpttan~lgtb C14eS%. TEREMS: S?aRIcas?iro.-The amount of subscription tao the Queentand Times ii i bei' Shillin and Binpence per quarter if pald in advance, or Eighpt Shllnings and.Si pencecredit.. Thie.quartere terminate on tie t0th 8ep tember, 81st December, 81slt March, and 80th June, at which periods only an subhscribers decline, by giving otid 'enad'paying the amount due to the end of the trmeant quarter. Single copiel,; Birspence. Azvrainaeiutts are inserted eccoyding to the uol lowing .sale: Two lines .................. 1 0 Four lines........... ......... 2 0 Six lines .. ................. 9 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ......8 0 Ever* additional eight lines, or inch 1 0 The followin Discount is allowed on all advertise anents eontinued ..For 5.inertons ... l....... 10 per cent. 18 ,, ... 15 ,, . 26 . .. .. .. . ?* ' All advertisements must specify on the faeee of them ithe number ofeithec they aceto be inserted, or they will be continiedt ill countermanded and charge...
(From the Freeman's Journal, August 31, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
(From the Freeman's Joureal, A.ugust, 31,1861.) SPxrr.sitBaET LABOue BaBAa.--Wee have ?en fnvoured with a -viewof the-stock; and premises of Meenre. Alexander Moore-and Co's. Lahbuur.Bazaurr, Pitt street, which for variety and exteanut are prolbably unequalled in the colony. no one would judge;from the plain and unpretending appearance of tbe exte norof these premisea that they contained stock of rouch enormous valuei And endlessvariety,; .Furniture of every description can be selected at a moment's botioe, adapted to the requirements of the-smallesrt cottaEge or fitted to adorn the mansion of the wealth iest 'person. in the colony.- Every department is complete in-itself,.snd kept ntirely separate, so that any person canbe copducted at onceto that'devoted to the goods he wishes.to pIurbchase. Thedreie one department appropriated to jewellery, plate, andi plated goods of 1ll dqseriptionsg--eudelara. lampr, &m.' .&?,~, o e? hitod ~ h ~, thitete prrt for'guns "anid pki...
(From the Empire summary, August 21, 1861.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 May 1862
(FErom the Empire esksmar, August 21, 18881i.) ,a " Our friends.at the other side of the gbbe will he surprisal to'learm that we have in thi cifone, of the most extensive furnishing establisli'm'eats ot ofEngland, we allude to Alexander Moore apd Oompaoy's Labour Bazaar,. Pitt.street. The'stock, whichcomprise evoy article of household furnitres ' from' thie most simple to the most elegant, is valued at £50,000. The range,of .buildinge in which ihe' business is carried 6n is ceirtainly the most extensive Bevoted to thebs trsactionns of any single firm in the city. The vario?us artiieles of ,urniture, gatheredias` they have been from England, France, the Couiti nental Statesaudia, China; aijd Japan are sonume-' rous, and some of them .eo rare and curious, as:to render it impossible to mention them even iy name in a liinited summary like the preset. TPhe different show anomp .re ptreo. wsph pasitiu?gand works of art, jeWellery, plate,. and. rich specimenas of inlaid cabinet work. Apart...