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BOARD OF GENERAL EDUCATION REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
BOARD OF GENERAL EDUCATION REPORTS. Dr. HOBBS moved-" That the annual reports, as forwarded by the Board of Eduestion for 1861, be received," and in doing so he would claim tile attention of the House for a few minutes whilst he gave some par ticulars as to the history of the case. In the first place the Board had to contend against a very strong opposition on tile part of the Gorernmnot-an opposition which had resulted on that ooalione in the production of a spurious repeeort-i feet pos.itie fraud-eing that it purported to emanate from tie Board of 1861, whereas that Board had nothing whartever to do with it. How was it possible that three or four gintlemen, appointed only * few days ago. could give an accurate report of the proceedings of the Board for the past year. Indeed, he could notimagine a greater piece of effrontery tian was offered by the Goverament in dthe couree now proposed to be adopted. lhe boa. gentleman then gavts fall explanatien of the cireomstaones of the refasa...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
Ioral anub istridt tb91 . Tis WEEK's AicsuEsmcs.--TIhe coming week will be one ofthe most brilliant yet experienced in Queens land. The West end of the metropolis will fully maintain its title, by producing a quantity and variety f entertainment such as no other town in the colonycan roduce. On Monday and Tuesday a Bazaar will be eld in the Hall of the Schlool of Arts, by the ladies of t. Paul's Church, for the purpose of liquidating the debt n the Church. The published programme of thelaces ntains three days sport, viz.: Tuesday, Wedsesday, and. thursday, and private matches and other events will occupy Friday also. On Wednesday evening his Excellency the Governor will deliver a lecture at tile Hall of the School of Arts on Montenegro and the inhabitants of European Turkey. On Thursday evening tile members of thie Choral Society intend to give a concert for the benefit of their conductor Mr. Wilson, and on Friday evening the Baee Ball will take place, for which we hearof grand prep...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The SPEAKER took the chair at twenty minutes past three. IPSWICH SAVINGS' BANK. Mr. O'SULLIVAN, pursuant to notice, asked the hon. the Colonial Secretary " if it was the intention of the Government to provide a room in the new Post ofice, Ipswich, for a Savings' Bank; and if there was any objection to allowing the Postmaster there to act as manager under proper restrictions, and at a small salary." The COLONIAL SECRETARY said that the Government considered that the Savings' Bank should be in a centralsituation, and aroom either in the Post office or the Telegraph-ofice should be/devoted to .the purpose. The appointment of an acmntant would, he presumeeed, resLw~ th e cotees etth bank. Mr. LILLEY, by theleave of th$ House, postpoened thile motion for the seond reading of this bill until to morrow. [We are compelled to hold ever the debate on the Educational Report till our next issoue.]
DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
DIARY. / EOoaaNDA eoR THE WEEK. MfI--Jln. Ris. ISun ets. I Morn. I Aftr n .0 FaloA ......... 16 441 5 9 10 54 I 11 15 I3 I SArUtnay .. I 4 44 ( 5 ni 11 3 IIW 1 1 SuDan ......... 6 4 I 6 9 I 016 I 40 2 | oIDuAw ..... 645 4 I 8 140 12 I TUESDAtT ...... 6 46 5 8 1 l6 " 6 4IW Dn.En"AT ... I 6 461 5 3 2 0 I 254 : 4 THUREDn . ...... ] O 5 8 3 12 I 3 The difflerence 4n time between high water at the Bar and risbalne is I hour45 minutes, and Ipswich 5 hours 65 minutes, ahich difference must be added to the time of high water on the tar. Theeasterly winds on the wast of the Bay, and the freshes in sherioer, ofen canuse a ariation f!rom our table, but these ae nerely accidental, and goerned by no nown law. IPSWICH FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1862. IPS~gCB, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1862.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
QUEENSLAND, 1862. THE NORTH AUBTRALIAN ANNUAL MEETING W ILtL take place at IPSWICH, Queensland, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSBDAY, the 3rd, 4th, and 6th days of JUNE ,ext, Patron: Eis Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, K.G., C.M.G. &twoards: Arnold Wienhnit, Esquire, J.P. John Pantou, Esquire, J.P. Joshua Peter Bell. Esquire, J P. George FPaircloth, Enquire, J 'P. Thomas De Lacy Mflfntt, Esquire, J.P., M.L.A. Judge: The Honorable Willinm Henry Yaldwyn, Esquire, J.P., ML.C. FIRST DAY-TUESDAY, JUNE 8. FIRST RACE. (To atar t af half-past II o'clok.) The MAIDEN PLATE of One Hundred and Twenty v Five Sovereigns, for all hnmrses never having won an advertised prise, with a sweepatakes of 8 Guineas each for the second horse. Mile end a half heats. Weight for age. NDo maiden allowance. Entrance, 8 Guineas. ReCOND RAGE. The SEL???o STAkis of Fifty Pounds, for all horses. Mile and a half heats. Weight for age. The winner to be sold for £100; if entered for £75, allowed i71bs.; i...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
I&fe auettnalan~ iariamtnt. (Abridged from th. Courier.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TuESDAT, MAY 27. The SPeA?Ls took the chair at twenty-five minutes past 8 o'clock. NEW MEMBER. Mr. J. MACLEAN, introdued, by Mesara. Haly and Royds, took the oaths and his seat for Eastersm Doawns. PAPERS, to. - The COLOTIAL-SECRETARY laid upon thetable a specimn.en volume of the Colonial Acts of Parliament ; also, the report of the Board of Education for 1861. Re at the same time gave notice. that he would move next day that the latter document be printed. VOLUNTIEER CORPS. Mr. R. CRIBB, in the absence of Dr. Challisor, aisked the Oolonial-Bearetary whetheerhe would haveany objectiontolay upon the table of this House a return of the various items of expenditure connected with thes Qneenolpad Volunteer Force from the year 1810 to the psment date, distinguishing between the items expended for the srnvies of the Brisbane corps, and those expended fortle aerrise of the Ipewich corpseP The COLONIAL-SE...
EMIGRANTS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
EMIGRANTS P110K TiE UNITED KING DOM. The onumber of nmlgrants from the UnitteI Kingdom, in the year 1861, was 91.770, of whom I 78,870 embarked at ports in Enland; 8153 in Scotland; 16,247 in Ireland. Their destluet!on was as follows: To the United Statee ...... ... 49,694 British North America:.; ...... 12.77 Asistrlian ~olonies ....... ...23,788 Otherplacis ............ 6,661 S Total in 181 ...... 91,170 O0 that number, it appears, so far as can be ascertained from the passenger lists furnished by the Customt Bouse authoritiea,there were: . English ... ..... ....., 22,145 Bcotch ... .. .... .... 8,730 Irish ............... 36,822 Foreigners............ 8.. 3691 Others (origin unknown) ...... 22,954 S Total............ 91,770 Compared with the sabjoenel returns for 1860, this number is lees by 36,699. the consequence doubtleuss of the untoward events in the United States. To the United States ......... 87.500 Thitish North America ...... 9.786 Australianu colonies .........24.302 O...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 May 1862
HIATPEST INTELLIGENCE. Br ELECThIC TEmATaEP. (From he Comerer. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. Parliament was opened to-day by his Excellency 'the Governor in person, the usual ceremony being observed upon the occasion. The viceregal speedch contained an expression of sympathy with her Majesty the Queen in her recent bereavement,-congratulations upon the founishine condition of the colony,--a recommendation that the erection of the new parliamentary buildings should be forthwith commenced,-and a promise that bills should be introduced for rendering the Upper Rouse elective, for the Abolition of State Aid, for the Transfer of Land, for the regulation of Dividing Fences, for regulating the Impounding of Cattle,for the Registration of Cattle Brands, for the amendment of the Municipa.ities' Act, for autho rising Loans on Agricultural Crops and Produce, and finally, a bill for the adjustment of outstanding .accounts between the colonies of Queensland and New South Wales. On the arrival of Commod...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. S TaURDAY, MAY 29. The PREBTmBET took the chair at ten minntes past three o'clock, and opened the proceedings with prayer. THE C0bN1 CT OF THE GOVERNMENT IN REFERENCE TO THE LATE BOARD OF F, EDUCATION. , . . rD. ZCMAB .oyed ' That the conduct of the Government in appoiting themselres the Board of Education, is highly reprehesible, because it is an 'unseemly assumption of.power, not warranted by any circnmstances, amd is totally oppsed .to the spirit and intention of the Education Act." Asone of the late members of the Board of General Education he had deemed it to be his duty to bring prominently before the House the conduct of the Government in reference thereto, especially at the present juncture of the education question. It had been suggested to him that if he were to omit the portions of the resolution censuring the Government the remainder might be carried, but as he believed the course he proposed to be a just one, he felt bound to press the motion. A lon...
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
?f ?. _ .a =__u . . .. . . . . tt titr~lan Varliamtnt. (Skdgeda from the (cerder.) Zt'&tlVE ASEMBLt. 1r4 Wmsssheamar, Mar Sa. The bur took the cshair at twenty minutes pu'ti · hi :- ..... ~. - . kDUbATIONAL IEPOIt. Thq OOrLbhtIALSECRETARY, in-moving that be report of the Board of Education for 1861 be printed, said that be had placed this motion on the paper that he nlight have an opportunityjof e?lain eg to the Houseethe exact circumstances connected with th rcent recontrnction of the Board; and the refusal of the Gnvedt?meut to receive the report from the fdriaer' Board, which was submitted to them in January last The honorable gentleman then a?taredinod .a long explanation of the circum. etances under which the government had refused to receive the report.. . The-OOLONlIAL-TBEASURER seconded the motinqu. : Mr. RAFF' had expected that the Colonial Secretary would have stated whether the report he had laid on the table was framed by the present Board or by tele late Boara. ...
BRAIDWOOD. Tuesday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
BIRAIDWOOD. Tuasday, 1p\m. A n?gget weighing one bundred and thirteen op?,ees . found at Little tiver, was brought into ompWe"i dae?y,. by a partyof Chinatnen, amdodeposited ejth~le Aialra.' lian Junt SleeOk Bank for transmission to Sydney., : The new theatre in Bourkestree-t ~e? m ?et "iur. Coppin intends to ,:ameltiiu t?iking rapiPG progreas. Ic t ist a mew days ignnies Irwce tteR houses fronting Bourke-atret weri' l to - make Way for tihe more ioipoale4 ?r rpidlyv rising under the hands eand already the werkman arengae g, e iron roof over the front parto the i. hWe blqpk'of lund no which ttow hti ~ ta' extvnds' from Bourlte-stiret ?kctLitle ,4ill stre't.. Thepliia compris if sank?.ps? , rt, ,with i larre vestihule, andtihi ipp'Sorwill- be usetan naoaoncert and aiu si; iifter the beak :london model. The ph u~alhie pe?.bihesidlilinit ii'ngenious, nnd wies ,?,lps' i di' .- eaj haasneen' fully workebd utn, it willtbnielt.esdighbt of the city. The thlatre itselnuif tit hzonakruc-cted ...
WEST MAITLAND. Tuesday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
WEST MAIThIND. ? . . '?-'?.?.Tuesday,:9 gm. -. The races commenced this moe on the Eusther I Course. About.l1000 persohnes only were present, the'. dhistanoe being too great from town. " FlasT RlCE.-Maiden Plalte, -20 sovereigni. Dist'. ance, a mile and thrpequarters. Mr. Eaton's Eugme 1, Mr. J. Cobcroft'e Volunteer 2. This was a geood rae, won by half-a.neck, in 3 minutes and 25 s?eonds. It was ensidered'the best field. Five horses started. ' IlMaitland TownIPlae--No race. funoter River -Stakes, O0 eovereigns.-Five hormes started. This was a bplendid race, there being two dead heats between Mr. Spencer's Scamp and Mr. J. Driscow's Elfin Knight.' The distanice was one mile and as-hal. The time of the first heat wan 2 mintes 55eseconds: Sd a : heat, 8 minutes, The. owners.consented to dlivide.the taikes. The Shorts, 0 sovereign.-Dlistance one mile.. Foern horses started. Mr.W. Gille little Dora 1, A. Wynd ham's Eli . :pD race' time, 1 mIniute 5 -seeonddL. Thurssy, 9 li.m. N?orthumber...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
DEPAPRTUREB. Mar. 29.--Clarendou, brig, 150 tons, Captain Craig, for Newcoatle, in baliast. Passenger-Miss Craig. May. 30.-Buena.arte, schooner, 120 tons, Captain Robb, for Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Robb, and Mr. Wilson. May 29.-Samson, steamer, Captain Knight, for Syd. ne ay 10.-Alma, three.masted abchooner, 163 tons, Captain Blacklock, for Launceston, via Newcastle.
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. MELBOURNE. Tuesday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
DY ~LORIC ~E~*AH ., ., ...?-;: ?-?.;,- L; :.-,,,:,:?. . p? .?? (Frera & ng Jf herasL) up, on ot iobnat a snimot .ree '. aaiuhtid the res iviolen -e. twol 4ob, dtetubead,,ubuvnedfor tafrade.".? ' ment.'r. Evans iggeste t Mi Mr. be biht up, reprimutided, and disabaergde. ' Tiidiopositionialibliy tobe adopted. : .,· -:~uii~la u· : In .e ..:.,.l.a.t_.-.c.uncil, -.a gb..? ?..hIa w.... angap· debate ab4 ie~t~ map sechaeduWizU8tE4 LsreZidp.i~ Dii,. unjeig ...ag ~tuti P . .aton Tb, ?ip atius , .... titered encug~aun Lh'Maenisbly mto.it~i wvieP~~~~g been? zeferredtub 1do Another leciden u 'b ourd ·ion 'dei ulbd.auabdt . : Srwienittypassg eree gineg e a p - wounded. MSr,,~eome aC, iminn dt~ommIt,. n.. the Leg hlativeA mbiiibhaii jebwekep,~snz-oI . .b.,?t twenty pueenlgamby`·tb!'~e~ih~q~eeu-ib y'Inno
Monday, June 2. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
Mondayq; Jae 2. Betore thePolid-Magiatrate. e Daniel Calleahmn, biought taipcodier ethe Vgra.nt Act,heberged with havinig nao visible aium of support, was ordered toleave thleuniwthiro n ibi o,. Michael 3ill, for being drial: and;isordedy, wps finee &0s., or 24hnons' imwpisoomret. ,
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
IMPORTS. Samsso- 85 casks tallow, 100 hides (for abshirmeut to Sydney). Baleluaths: 62 bars iron, 80 axle blocks, 2 packages, T. H, lones; 26 bundles rope, 3 kegs butler, 1 roll leather, EG packages, Cribb & Foote; 20 bags flour, 4 cases chairs, H.. V. Hasoall; I package, F. Bays; 1 box, Miss Bell; 5 boxes glass, 5 packages, S. Aland; 2 bales woolpscks,1 packages, J. Coxen & Co.; 6 kegs nails, 7 coils rope, 6 packages, G. W. Roltinson; 40 cases eordials, 35 bags maine, 58 bags, 9 mats sugar, 0 packages drapery, 2 packages boots, 4 boxes raisins, 2 drays,10.yokes,6 packages, G. II. Wilson & Co.; S hoagsheads rumn, 30 cases eneva', I cotton gin,4 hogsealds rbrandv, Panton & Co.; 7 bags salt, 12 boxes candles, 25 packages suindries, M. & IH. Levy; 3 mats sugar, 10 packages, T. Fraser; 5 boxes glass, 1 package, J. H. WVarham; 8 bars, Id bundles iros, 2 bars cast steel, 2 bundles piping, T.?. H. Jones; 82 bars sugar, 5 bales waoolptsek, 4 drums tar...