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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 20. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 20. Before the Police Magistrate. Wlliam Oleeson and William O'Nel worn charged with being drunk and disorderly;. the' former was fined lO., with 4e. Ed. oosta, and the latter 5s, with 4s. 6d. ets, or as alternative of 24 hours' imprisonment William O'Neil, for uniag obsoene language, was died lOs. with 4s. Ed. cost, in default 7 days' imprisonment in Brisbane gaol . Thiomas Msaroney . Michael Conney, Miehael Conney -. Thomas Maroney, Miahael Conney e. M?thet Rero ney, and Thomas Maroney .. Mary Jane Bookings, four m?os of asault, were postponed for a week.
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
DIARY.. MJxorSaS roiP T8s W0sb . MaS. I iet. u | l hWaltr.en fl Slole,. I Selo. | Olorn. I Ata-e 8a J Fa?ry . ..... ( 4 40 a 4 18 ( 4 0 ( 6 •n I sav?onr ..... , 400 a I " l l tI 6 e 25 I scarn ......... 6 4 J 6 I 0 41 7 10 0 or?oma..n ....... ( 6 41. 1 5 11 I 3 1i 8 0 2(_.T_ SDAr ..... ~ 12 I 6 1II 0.0] J 8s 8 (f WneDEAT ... 6 I 10 9 10 I 9 46 2B9 I Tnu e ..... I 6 4 | 10 10180 l? l 9 The difference Le thoe between high untor a1 the Bar ead fllrhbene is I hour4l minute,, tod Ipslwch 0 "eone 2I mNninu fhlc dltfaeceee must he edded to the time ofhligh eter on the Oar. The.eeeteely winds on the coslt e the flay, mnd the f~rehea in theriver, enceeeese vernittonf?om our teblebbut these em enreiyaoehieeeiei end gewoaeeethynekeeeewee l.; - , 1882: Ef)@ aEtnctualant Eime` IPBWIcIIr, PRIDAY, ]iAYP 23, 1802: a
ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN DUBLIN. Dublin, Tuesday, 18th March. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN DUBLIN. (From (he Times corresposdest.) Dublin, Tuesday, 18th March, In consequence of the national bereavement, Lord Carlisle dispensed with tie' St. Patrick's' hall Syesterday, but entertained at dinner the Lord Mayor and the members of the Town Council, with a num. ber of the nobility, the heads of departments, and and citizens of Dublin. Therewere only two toasts - "The Queen." and "St. Patriek's Day," and of conrse there were no speeches. Though there were no ladies present, the company after dinner retired to the drawing room; tea and coffee were served, and the nmeeting resolved itself into a rstueon, in which all parties and creeds were represented, and barmonised as if they had met in the Temple of Concord. The national festival was celebrated in a very different manner on the north side of the city. lu the Round.room of the Rotunda tbe Brotherhood of St. Patrick and their friends met to dine, to the number of btD, the galleries being eiowded with spect...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
8 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. IVmeaESDar, MY ?1. The PRESIDENT took the chair at a quarter past three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. S PAPERS. The ATTORNEY-GENERALT laid on the table a return of the General Eeducation Board, signed by Mr. H. Maedonnell, which was read and ordered to be printed and of which the following is a copy: "Return of the number of children upon the books of the vested schools of thle Board of General Education in North Brisbane and Fonrtitude Valley during the month oTf March, 1862 ; also of the average daily attendance during the same month, specifying each schools as boys, girls, and infants; also of the annual payment made by the board to the master, mistress, and teacher of each ehool, and the amount arising during the month of March, 1862, from the payment of the children in each school:-North Brisbane: No. onathe rolla, 388; daily average attendance- Boys, 178; girls, 66; infants, 72; annual payment made by board to teachere, £500, Amount re...
GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. (From the Hoar News) Thelong foreseen "drive" to get the work for ward for the opening of the building is beginning st South Kensington. Of course, the hurry will be greater, and on a more extensive scale, before all is done, though on the Brastglance round the building now it seems dificult to imagine how the bustle, excitement, and perfect uproar of preparation can be greater. The aspect of the interior is at present almost bewildering, and it is hard for a stranger at st Bfirstto say whether it is being pulled down or built, filled or emptied. The whole aspect of the interior obanges day by day. The floor, only completed, down the nave, and the laying of which added so much to its apparent width, is already being cut up into holes for foundations, orlumbered over with piles of bricks to mark the spots where foundations arestone. Gaunt, longarmed cranes, and shear legs smre busy in all directions, inside and out, loading and unloading waggoos; hundr...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
tijE Sueniunlab ,pi arliamkut. (Abrtidgedfrom tdu Courier.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TueDAw, MAY 20. The Sr?PrE took the ebair at a quarter past S, and NEW MEMBDAt. Mr. ALTRED SANDEM.AN, member ?orPort Cur tis, was introduoed by the ,olonial-Treaaurer and Mr. Royds, and took the oaths and his seat. PAPERS. The COLOtNIALSECBETARY laid upon the table of the House areturn of the number of cattle and sheep inspected under the provisons of the Plaaropneumouia Act. lso,, a return of all eases reported on under the same act amd moved that they be trinted. The motion was putand carried. QUESTIONS. In answer to Mr. Taylor, the MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS stated, in reply to the hen. oem ber'a rat quiestion, that the Commissioner for Crown Laide'for the L.eichhardt district had reported on 601 runs since the 260th August, 1801 the numberof milea he had travelled could not be correctly ascertained. With referenoe to the ecoo& quection, Ie would state that the only Commissioner of Crown L...
LONGFORD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
LOno?ron ELE6cro.--Tr, rep]y to Mr. Lefroy, in the House of Commons, on March 'Itb, Sir R. Peel said the subject was one which bad ezcited general interest, and bed given rise to very strong feelings in the minds of'honourable gentlemen on both aides of the house. There was no doubt that many of the electors had been meltreated and half murdered by a lawless mob. The statements which appeared In the ppers by no mean came up to the wlroium atanceswhich aetuallyoccurred. BSenesoftiolenoe, intimidtation, and outrage had taken place auch as had not been witnessed ip Irelaod for many years. He did not know whaet course might be pursued on bie subject: but he believed that the eleotion, or tether thie mokerT of an election, would: become aa ahe olgutruy!.-Mr. Re, Hslasy eooeerder. ---I-- .. .L. 1 .., As notice had been served bpon MqjorO'Bellylt agePnt.by the agent of Colonel White, that a petition would be presented, he thought it was out of order to diseas the question --The Speakersaid...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 23 May 1862
DEATHS. At Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland, James Logie Black, formerly an officer in the. army, author of the "Paidophilean System of Education, applied to the French language," "The Reduction of National Debt ," &c., &c., second son of the late Reverend John Black, M.A., and grandfather to R. H. Bannan, of Ipswich, in the 83rd year of his age . At Dalby, on the morning of the 16th instant, from injuries received by her night dress taking fire on the previous evening, Maria Anna, the beloved daughter of Alfred Peter and Maria Gayler, aged 4 years 3 monthe and 15 days.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
NEW 80UTH WALES. - (From the BSydney Morning Herald.) The vexed question as to the legality of the Sewerage rates, is about to be set at rest, by the decision of the Supreme Court. The City Council have decided to try the point, and have taken proceedings against.Mr W. Mot~ilt, of Pitt.street, who will carry the matter on appeal before the Judges. All defendant's expenses will be borne by the body of citiseus who object to the rate as illegal. An ox, bred by Mr. Lee, of Bathurst, was killed at Parramsatta recently, the carcase yielding a. nets weight of 1308 lbs., exclusive of the loose fat, weighing 115 lbs. The animal was entirely grass fed. It is thought that the steamer Victory, wrecked some months ago in Wycliffe Bay, New Zealand, will be floated from her present position. A number of very powerful hydraulic machines have been constructed, by means of which Mr. Scott hopes he will succeed in getting her off. The first enforcement of the £10 poll-tax on Chinese entering the colo...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
LEGISLATITVE ASSEMBLY. Tamonsir, lfer £2. 'hb SPEAKER took the chair at a quarter-past 8 o'clock, and read prayers. O MARINE BOARD BILL. Outhe motion of the COLONIAL TREASUREB, this bill was read a third time and pawed. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The Speaker havingleftthe chair, and the House having resolved itself into a committee of Ways Sand Means, The OOLONIAL TBEASURER said that it was Sseldom: efforded to the Finance Ministers of other eolobies, ;toanubmitto Parliament a fourth annual e • tatemenst under auch favourable circumstances with ..regard to the revenue and general prosperity of the colony as those under which he had been enabled -.ep to the present time to submit his annual state Smnents. The anticipations of prosperity which he ,'?bad.wiressed iop the occasion of his first budget at the commencement of 1860 had been more than ' realisled. Within this specs of two years; although eo gold field had been discovered, we had succeeded in tttracting population to our shores to ...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
~tie euonrlanb _ardiamtnt. (ilbridged fro the Courier.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TSUaRnOAN, Mar 2. The President took the choir at 10 minutes past 3 o'clook, and opened the proceedings with prayer. PAPER. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL laid aonthbe tabhles a despntch from the Duke of Newcastle relative o the property, &c., of the niraal service, which was ordered to be printed. STATUTES OF QUEENSLAND. The CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES gave notice that he would ask the Attorney-General, on Wed needay next, when it was likely the Actsof Queens land would be published. The ATTOR.EY-GENERAL replied that three parts of the printing had already been completed, end he had no doubt, that, immediately after the close of the session, the work would be issued in due form. MEDICAL ACT AMENDMENT BILL. On the motion of the ATTORNEY-GENERAL this bill was read a third time and passed, and ordered to be transmitted to the Legislative Assem bly for their concurrence. MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE AS SEMBLY. A mess...
A SCENE IN THE LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
A SOans 'a TaE aORDsB tB, He pu of tods will deoidedly becomp th: popsilarbranch pf!egisla Lion, asotar as: amuieement gops . ift ; ecunfliets between the Lord ChaoppllorApd Lo?dh$elmsforh d proceed with the same intensilying edeecyithat they have hitherto,:zxsbited, T.iue ,c flict on Tuesday evening last has alegay jttraeted a good deal of attention, but ome j'of its features have perhaps bhardly aid.full ojustie done to them ;-so I return to thetubjectfor afqw momenise. Th.e whole thing was, so to speak, a deliberate '?plant," on the part of Lord Chelmesford. The simple noticeonthe paper could have giwen no notice to the Lord Chancellor, that he was to bePade the object of a virulent and .carefully preperedattack. -Bu, t tht this was wellknowd tohbeo..store for him amonget the Tory peers was p~lain .fromt? e crpwde&'.tte of the Opposition benehes,: and ronm the eigiiint appearance in the e`eresies' gallery of llsdybalhflos ford.and her daughqter. who h.ad no doubt unite:sn...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
GAYNDAtH. (From the BoL Ae'Arg.) We. are informed that a child about- two years old died-last week a0 Mondure before Dr. Tytmons had time to reach the station from the effate of having eaten a quantity of the seeds of ao, indigenon plant of the natural order of Papitiai aee. . We are glad to perceive that our National School is once more being proceeded withi and.that before very many wreebs have cl_?pd re ay expect to, have it entirely ?iished. ,It is almost unnm e s to nay how anxiously its ?completii'~dlool?? oinrar to, 'ad' how very requisrte ao soowiol Mt his dctioeir e already become to oar tonts. The building ca?otin? ',taiy commeneoe to preasnt a very oehtap)ea~rcs et will, we hare good reason to belie?, wahendhl.nibed; ? an ornament a weh e a sben?? lt o)adoyoald. W? heaetily wish thatthe dtieation Eoardorld rea ctiel, y the matter, andel endeaPair to ?horny on , it.e? s e?io with as little delaya saiba, . . .-.,
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
BRTISBANE. ' (Fto the Gedr) SACCIrDE?rr To Tsa JDoGE--We regrt to hare to aunolince that an accident which might have beena. attended by serious consequenes, befel hj Honor the Judgeon Thursday last, while that entleman asin?di'ng homewards to Kedron Lodge. 'r.I mntwyebieitppea~r, wbile riding through the bush, leaned forward to put some overhaongig noughs out of hlis way, whei the hornse he bestrodebolted offintothebush. TheJudge enarrowly esoaped oming into cllision with an.overhaging trep and only avoided that danger to meet with-anotber; hia horse shying immediately after, throwing him, and falling upon him. The injuries reoeived, although eomparetively slight, were yet of such a nature as to confine Mr. Lutwvahe to his bed.ca yotenday, and,In consequence of thu e acident e rale of 'eourt i-ad-be ~smied ibppointia'nhs*riday~ nerd, ioetian o hiFony, a the Osrat day of the eecond term. WInER MacESTo8 BiaRnns.xA-4f Lu .-The evee.euostomar?yn?ier Majesta'birdia3 as' held yestera y, ...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
1MdP0BTS. ..arene:(rm ar oborooh foriSydney) 150 aoa tallow, 204 hides. Telegrapbig 8bags mioe, 72:bain sugar, 1 cas cofee, 2 barrels nIurant, 25.bzxee tea, Panton and Co. 3 hogsbeads ale, 5 eases brandy, 6 oases old tom, 10 ea genera, 2 S m , 12 os bottled beer, 8 asesbabiltognp, . porter, 2 oases look, 8 eases claret, pakage, ,gie ri 08 bagss gar, 6 chests tea, 9 bagp oat,.10 boxes eandlp, 10 bags rice,2 kegs butter, 8 paekatges, . H. WiLoe and Co.; I cane,J. Pettigrew; 12 base sugar , 2 peacksge, tea, 44bagosat, 14 bags cryldals, 2 packages, 1. Olark 2 eases turpen. tine, cusk o1 oeuask pitch, 8 pakages, 8 bland: IS oagee, M. and H. L.evy ; 6 asks cement, 10 eases age ne oil, 6 akas tumblcer, 8 kgpaUs, 1 anvil, 1 forgebak, barn ron, T. . JoamS and Co. 12 barrow heel. s, 19 bundles rope, i nest, tubs, 4 trunka boo . 9 kegs nial', crate earthenware, 1 ease d 1cpery, I aol rope, Isaok tar; 1 oaasklue,8 totre,,8 balgs nute' 1 askl tapioca, boxes corn flour, 1 case hams, 8 paekages te...
MOONLIGHT WANDERINGS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
MOONLIGHT WANDEIZNG. [OMMMUNICATED. I should have turned'to the left; I know that now. The track had descended a little hill; at its foot the ground, half creek bhalf bog, was such as to have made travellers cross as best they could, each one forming a track for himself. The sun had just gone down, and the moon was preparindg herself to flood the plainds with hlier silvery rays. Between their lights, it was the hour when travellers in the bush are most liable to miss the way. Perhaps it was my carelessness, musing and sauntering heedlessly along; perhaps tihe carelessdess of my horse, who was evidently ins similar mood ; perhaps the inattention of both combined, but so it was that, on crossing, we took a track to the right I observed that it was rather more indistinct, but conEluded that, in crossing this plain the track, as is usual in the bush, had split up into several branches, all re-uniting at the further side. Letting my horse into a canter, I had soon crossed the plain, and ...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 27 May 1862
OFFICIRAL NOTIFICATIONS. (Fro dhe Gowrment GaulL .).. rPronrrTMs-T-hl e Hon. the Colonial Bearetary, the Hon. the Attorney-Generoal, the Hon. the Colonial T2aourr, .the Cleri of the Executive Conaic.an¶ d John Pi)uton, 'Ee4 Lto a tlie Board of G rail.E Ldtion Ch Su ~e ad Lyons, eq., at to be segni~el U Vie-Consul for Spain, and J.C. Heusnaler, Esq., is tobe recognized as Netherlandsa Consul, -at Brisbane, prow sionally, until the arive?lof the Eequatur ; her Majesty the Queen has been pleased to approve of the appointment of M. Salvador Morhange to be Belniu Consul-General in Australia, in the place of M. Martail Cloquet; Mr. John Conroy, District Constable, to be Inspector of Slaughter-hounes in the Police Distriet of Taroom; Richard Fitzgerald Phelan, Esq., to be a Trustee of the Mloretons Bay Savings Bank; Hugh Hnamon Massie, Evq., Police M?agistrate for the District ofMaryborough; Mr. Thomas Vokes Dudgeon, to be Second Ofeer of Customs, Wide Bay (sice Mr. Abhbott,'resigned), to ...