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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
S,NEW SOUTH WALES. S(FPethe Bydney Morning ifearld.) A meeting of confectioners was held at the Emu Inn;dn Tu?nijday evening last, to codeider the pt.o priety oT petitioning the Government to place as in. rt duty on confectionery and 6ther articles containo ing'a large quantity of sugar. A committee was appointed to draw up a series of resolutions on the subject, which isre to be. submitted to a future meeting. . Aoorrespondent, writing from Colgos on the 30th utlienmo, gives an acconot of a. fearfal murder cornm. mitted by. five aboriginlls in thatdietrict. The victim was?einan named:Brce. : A German who watravelling inohis company at the time escaped, after a deeprate stmrgglehbut was terribly maimedl and cut wit a lomdhawik. The telegirph lihe to Wollogong ik nearly cm' pleted,inia ? is expected that the district will be'i direct commuisictiot with the emetropplis within i couple of p?5lp;', " The mail ateisper Mddreg, whrei left ci Thuraday, took S940 ounces of go)d and 48e,00 s...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TavUasnar, ar 29. The SP E?a? took the chair at twenty minutes past 3. EDUCATION REPORT. The COLON ?AL-SCRETARY laid upon the table of the House that portion of the Reportof the late Board of Education which wasomitted from the Report of the present Board laid before the House on the 27th May. Mr. BAFF, in consequence of the production of this pornio of the Report, begged to withdraw his motioutnr its production, which was on the paper. He pie that the portion of the Report now laid on the table be printed. The COLONIAL-SECRETARY seconded the mo tion, wdch i sws put and earded. .. E IEZ( TOriALBILL. The COLONIAL-SEIBETAY begge~ d topost pone his.motioulorthe se readingqf this mea sure ontil Wednesday, June 11th. PASTORALb OCCUPATION BILL. The MINISTER for LANDS and WORKS said that when, a dayor two ago, he had stated his in tention of moving that the above bill be recom. mitted, he had also intimated that he had done so merely for the purpose of adding more cla...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
VICTORIA Thd Melboune .lt rkwikng qpany oprped their proeie.,sn QIunp e~tCt,4pr. buieness on the 7Ith, lasir .+:?,·: ?. !I,, r ;,- ,: -.j !.? . . , :. ?+: .·... , .... ..i heP:mornim t iabout. ,to .bei eretd +at Ceetle-, maine to'be temory of the late explorer. Burke,.IS t6oi-pllngru?saiki e obeisk.. lThe ate .is the bill at the intersection of Mostyn and .W·illstreeth. Th cost leto t£ £400. A curious istanice of instinct in a water-fowl has just come to the knowledge of Dr. Mueller, of the Botaeical Gardens; Some timen go a lady who bad had white seagull in her possession for eight years as a (pet. was about to leave the colony, and re quested Dr. Mueller to take charge of her favourite bird. That gentleman?aused it to be placed in the aviary at the Botanical Gardens, thinking it would be the safest placeforit. It was noticed by the keeper shortly afterwards that the gull uever ate the food provided forit,-and fears were entertained that it was ktarving. The bireumstance was relate...
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
The following leter, addae?ad to the Mifnister of Lands, has bee han b ed .to u for publication:--. . :. Albury, 6th May, 186as Sz,-- larse:,tae lat rt 40oreport..bat I bhave ~ipeted the oontry for upwards of 100 miles along the MrIsy, ?rsma;~ !Mofir station , ear Moima, to Multals t-a ntl nhg tfonndnonstof be attls lbourisg under pluro-pneameo.tia. . - I may stteista?at nlyr wa this inspection,.thongga omparaetitelyj.naied oe,.asery fair test of tbe several stetions paesethrpsgb, lres its being raide otthe ground pneasetto Vistorisahtths season betngs 'ey -yeone, and' there bCi little or 'o water in the.bsck oqul?trsy, the attle sre ow nearlysll on the frontage. SDuring my ieepctionI'killed firehad efeatte.whseh exhibited eymptomatodisease in the lnfu, but I found, sn exsmiDstiot, Otnsgab a ?Man.aRAedA gt, and 0ot 'bypleuro-pnsetsoeia.. :.:, . u--.::?s ? h bat the trat of ?oQat now snentlonedIs ree from dieae maybetstribted mnainly :tothe Itrictmanner in phich the prohibition again...
FIRST DAY—TUESDAY, JUNE 3. FIRST RACE. (To start at half-past 11 o'clock.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
FIRST DAY-TUESDAY, JU$E 8. SFIRST BIACE. (To start, at half-prst 11 o'clock.) The MAIDEN PLATE 9f One Hundred and Twenty Five Sovereigns, for all horses never having won an advertised prize, with a sweepstakes of 3 Guineas each for the second horse. Mile and a half heats. Weight for age. No maiden allowance. Entrance, 8 Guineas. SECOND RACE. The SELLING STAKEe Of Fifty Pounds, for all horses. Mile and a half heats. Weight for age, The winnerto be sold.for £100; if entered for £76, allowed 71ls.; if for £560, llowedl 14lbs I if for £25, allowed 2llba. No further allowance made for maidens, marea, or geldings. Any surplus to go to the Race Fund. Entrance, £56. THIRD RACE. The NoRT AUSTRALIAN ST. LEOEB of One Hundred Sovereigns, with a Sweepstakes of 5 Sovereigns each added, for all three-year-olds. Colts, 8St. 71bs.; fillies, 8st. 41.s: Half forfeit if declared by Monday, 6th May next. One mile and a half; one event. Second horse to receive 25 Sovereiens from the Stakes. Third horse t...
QUEENSLAND, 1862. THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 3 June 1862
QUEENSLA¶D, 1802. Thu NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL MEETING Wi? LL take place at IPSWIOH, Queensland, ' on TUEBDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, the 8rd, 4th, and 5th days of JUNE neat. Patron : SHis Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, K.G. Z ..G, 8teccqrda: Arnold. Wienholt, Esquire, J.P. John Pantou, Esquire, J.P. JoalshuaPeter Bell, Esquire, J P.: George Faircloth, Esquire, J.P. Thomas De Lacy Moffatt, Esquire, J.P., M.L.A. Judge: The Honorable William Henry Yaldwyn, Esquire, J.P., M.L.C.
BRISBANE ADDRESSED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
BaIsBaZ ADRBssBsaszb LEzasl. ~ s Mrs, Allen Mrl, Mna?dreep .h.rle . eer -, Ball Jrnsee, BerdJurvs 9) Bsrdl Becrett Mrs eorge, ie?er Wfloa~n Boeateid D , Brass Joism Peter, BzpedJbi )enry, 'roske B, Bryden James, Bria Jaaei;nihe I en, Oameron Co(mleanCs(ansedy Amu, mmUyPat, Ohiekory Ellen, (ltiaitojsher Giarges ~IeJ, PossolYr tMra, ~oosqseal Geore, Vdhseek ' e, Orinam Mrs, Crsbis Mra, Omibie ~r·:"'" Darlin William, Davis Sydney ?B, Dieal'·,garae Fssi-,JFergnom onlln. Orham Rober, Greenlir h Charles. Hatton Joseph, Helps Miss Rilen Eliza, Henderson A W, Hennee--, Here Helnry, IHoaliday Matilda, Numby --, Horlstone William. Johnstone --, Jury Joseph. Kelly Miss Liszzie, Kemmis Arthur, Killett - , Killoren John,. Killoren John, Kinealy Miss. Lane W, LeGalle William; Levid James, Levy J, Lewis B F. Mlagarey Thomas, Middleton Herber2t (2), Murphy Mrs. McDermott Margaret, McGrath -. Newiome - , Neweomer-. O'Neil -, Parker William, Peoman Thomas, Perry James, Peterzs J, Pope John. Bamay Joh...
No. 4. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL. General Post-Office, Brisbane, 29th May, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
No. 4. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS FORE THE MONTH OF APRIL. General Post-OffRiee, Brisbane, 29th May, 1862. Parties apply?, for Unclaimed Letters atthe General Poet Office, Briobone, are requested to give the correct number of the list in whichtheymay have observed their names, as such reference will materially fcilitate deli very. Paroties in the country making written applica tions, should accompany such applications with the amount of postage for transmission; and, in addition to the former particnlors, are requested to state where they expect their letters from, and any other information tending to prevent the unnecesosry transmission of letters. TuOxMt L. MUaLET PBIoB, postmaster-Geneal. NoTn.-The Dead Letter Branch of the General Post Office is open for delivery, daily, Satualrday excepted, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; on Saturdoy, from 10 a.m to 1 p.m. Agnew James, Rockhampton; Aitken John, carrier, Toowoomba (5); Andrews and Sheafle Messrs., 'oo.? woomba; Ashley H, Condamine;: Avio...
BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
3LNK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. '-NHEAL ABSTRAC? of the SwornEe ~?r, rad parmnanat to the Act of Councidl, 4 Victoria, No. 18, of the average Asset and Ldibilities, and of the Capitol and Profts of the undermentioned Banks of the Colony of Qoueensld, for the Quarter ended 8it Mareb, 1862: LIABILITIES. - ASSETS.. OAPITAl AND PROFITS, B Note Bls Bancedue o Notes and Bills Balances due from Notes and di ate er annum Amounteerved Profi it ton. tdtilnl other B . , Coin. Bullion, Landed Property. of o n ote a Total Asset. Capital Paid-up. ofladt ofathe te of U, Liabulito . . Blin L anded P"obe. . nof and other Debtue to Dividend. Dividend. st et d. o Banks. - from Drenches. D ank4 . -. declaring Dividend. -4 ed B sd s sdd.L"d. . d.d".££s d. £ssdd £ & . d. 4 .. de e. d £ ». d. 4 .. d. £ e. d. £ e. d. 4 «. d. A d. d. ., d. £ £ . d. £ s. d. £ s. d. A s* d. nion of Australia ...... 11,178 9 8 8,071 12 4., ; i i i8 1 89,774 19 8 18,967 911 ... 2,480 0 0 187 0 0 6,608 8 9 . 07,149^ 6 119,2...
PETITION ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
PflTION AMDPTED. The Petition of the inhabitante of the City of Brisbane to the members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, now in Parliament assembled, Humbly sheweth, That your petitioners, the inhabitants of the City of Brisbane, in public meeting assembled, on Friday, the slxth day of June, 1862, did unanimously pass the aub joined resolutions, which your petitioners, with the utmost respect,a now present to the consideration of your Honorable Aouse, in the earnest hope that your Honor able House will set fit, without further discussion, todis allow the Militia BilL And yo7er petitioners will ever pray, &e., &ec. Signed on behalf of the meeting. T. B. STnrnnNs. Mayor of Brisbane.
PUBLIC MEETING TO PROTEST AGAINST THE MILITIA BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
PUBLIO MEETING TO PROTEST AGAINST THE MILITIA BILL. (From the Guardian of £oatrdaoy.) The meeting of the citizens of Brisbane, convened by the Mayor, in pursnuance of a requisition from i*neral householders and residents of Brsbane to consider the Militia Bill, was held last evening in the School of Arts, when a very large number was aaembled; in fact, it was the most delnselyorowded meeting ever held in Bris bane, there being no fewer than seven or eight hundred pesonas inside and outside the building. After the com meneement of the proceedings, there was no liberty of ingress or egress into or fromthehall. The Mayor, at a few minutes past seven o'elock, took the chair, and read the advertisement eonveping the T Mev. B. O. Wilson was called upon to move the srst resolution, as follows: That thts meettng, whtch fairly represents %he electors of the city of lBrlsbane, deetene record its utter dtsappohattens of the -tLittla Bill,now before the Assembly,. as betig ea seiodn and n eeusa...
BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
BRISBANE. (Prom the Castier) NAT?oAr. EnacArTon.-Great. diaatiafaetion ha. been expreaed with regard to the apparentinolination of the governemment to aequieeee in the attempt which is being made to bring about the abolition of the system of national, or seoular,edneation,?irith a view to the aoonommo dation Of. a certain seat The publio regard the effortsa which ar behing made to dedtroy the ioaseotarian bhaacter qf ouir edieational system eas an attempt to insert the thin end of the Sta'e-aid Wedg, and nothing but diseon.. tent will beathe eonsequone of .the abandonment of the national system. The general view taken of this matter, as far a. ye have been enabled to aseertain, is simply thia-that theputblio monley should either be devoted to a system of seeular edneuoation, or be kept in theTreaenry. The appropriation of any portion of the. public funds to the maintcnsaoe of the denominational ayatem iajustlv looked upon a inexpeaient .and unlawful in a colony where State-aid to re...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
OFFICIAL NOTIFICAtIONS. (From the Ooeram t G~aetun .) APfoaTlr Etara.--ihard Oobham, Esq., of Peak Downs, to be a magi?strate of the territory. Alexander M'Dowell, Esq., tobe a Surveyor of the aeand alae. PuaLIo PoWEDt .--tiL Ecellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Laidley, in the poline-district 6~ Ipswioh, to bea place for establihing, erecting, and maintaining a public pound. , TeNdRsa.-TThe time for receiving tenders for the erection of lock-ups st''Prinobhster and Banana has been extended to Srtu?dy, 65th July next. Additions are required to the Court-house at Mary borough. Tenders for. the work ar to be sent in on or before Saturday, 5th July..
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
. ABSTRACT OF SALES Bf AUOTION. THIs DAm . D .' y Mr. H. M. OoKousBN, at his rooms, Nicholas street, at 11 o'clock, general merchandise, &c. At 12 o'clock, stven allotments of land in Little'Ips Swich, an allotment near the LimeistonEidge, and an * -allotment in the villageof Latidloy. S - o To.nonsow. SMr. H M. CocZBuna, at the residence of Mr. F. M'Longhlai, Bribanesitreei, houiclhol3'iiiniltiire, stock in-trade horse, gig, dogcart, mi;eM &e. TM. TinBaao , Jerm 12.: SMr. H. M. CoOKsunK, at lthe residence of Mrs. Bran», Mortimer.etreet, holosichold furniture,'&s,
IMPOUNDED AT DAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
IMPOUNDED AT DAYTON. Prom Felton. Damages and driving expenses 10s. per head. Iron-grey colt, Ulke JD conjoined near shoulder, grey about the nose. Boan horse, aged, like BO over A . near shoulder, illegible brand offloulder, short tail. Dark bay or roan horse, like JN off neok. Bay maere, 112 near bhoulder, BB oar ribs. If not released on or before the lIrd June will be sold. From Emr Creek. Daesges'and driving expenses 1Os. One white heifer, red spots, like ED (conjoined) near rump, like brand near chlegk. If not released on or before the flat June, will be sold. From Eton Vale. Damages e, 10os. One roan horse, branded like GS offsabolder. If not relessed on or before the 27th June will be sold. .
Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 10 June 1862
Somnlsrtsal .. . .. TPSWIOH. Mr. Cockburn reports the sale of the stud of thorough. bred horses belonging to the late Mr. Bridges, .for the total sum of £1383 18s. 6d. The entire honrse Coon. terfeit, was sold for thie sum of O£200, and the greater portion of the mares realized from £16 to £86per head; while the average of the whole, inoluding yearlings and other young stoc, was£5 Isa. per head. One yearling colt, by Sir Hereule, weas sold for the sum of £82 10s. Mr. Cockburh also reports the sale of 57 head of other horses, principally draught colts, at an average of £9 4o. 6d., and of the entire draught horse Major, for £80. Also thie thoroughbred entire colt Whalebone, 18 months old, for £40. The following produce has been received and for warded: - From the storesof Meora. G. H. Wilson and Co.--7 bales wool, O in square 5 bhds. tallow, 4 bundles sheepakins, 888 hides,TWACo. From the stores of Mr. H. V. Hassell-10 baleswool, 88; 8 ditto ditto, gB coqjoined.