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SCHOOL FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
'The annount andi mnnerof the payment of school feef having in some iriptances beep a sajoject of misn.lderstandiug, it was tmon?' ecetssry to'sad lsi to the patrons of the amntry schouls the following observations:- . i . o . 1. The local patrons may determine the rate of bseool fees, and also the mode '.of payment,-, whether weekly, qnuarterly, in advence, oc otherwise, alwrays beeping in iew the circumstance that the cale.offre aBshold te o lor as to enableall! to ayail themseles ofkthe adeantase offered in Primarq Schools, while on the other hand it should be ufllicienty high to render parents anxious aot to lose:theyalue of their monoey. . . .o-t _ 2. The fees, with the exception of one-tenth part thereof, which ii to .e approprlated under the direction. of the locepatross ttl hpsaprhsse of looke,smnpsa,-ad ,other school requisit.ear to be applied tobhe augmentS t ion of the teacher'a income. S. Theoesle of fees mustce usnmitted for the approval of the Board. . %..It will in mo...
INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
rSPECwON orF SCSoOLS. The promise made in our last Report that every school ii the colony that might come under our control shonld be periodically viitedd and reported no has been fully carried out. At an early period of the year, and ns soon as possible after the return of the General Inspector fron New Siuth Wales, whether he hid been sent in the month of January, on business already referred to, he procee ded on a !tor of inspection to Draytnoansd Warwick, where w re situnted the only schools in the D.iwns over which we then exercised control. He suhseqoenoly 'isited Marybrough. Gladstone, and Rockhnampton, anl' in the month of October paid a second visit to the D)nwns. inindlioE Drayton, Warwick,: Leybirn anrid Dithyo where a newschool had inthe menntime been established. In the intervals between thise. visits to the interior end Ipowich, where two schools are estobliahed, the General Insptiecr ihas lbeen con tantly enagua!, niless when emtloyedip office duty, in the s'wervifion...
EXTRACT FROM REPORT OF THE LATE BOARD OF GENERAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
ExTRACT aeRo RE sRT or 0FE LATE BosPan or' GENEBAL EDUCATION. We cannot conelude this Report without briefly... a?vertine to the OCmmittee of Enquiry which. ;.w . institnted lastSession of Parli;lment on the strength,. of a petition addressed to both Roouses of the : Legislature by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop , '. Brisbaue. The origin of the petition in question.. which was oot presented till the 26th of June, may . : be traced back to a mneetiiig held by. ?be Bishop in . the first week in January" 1861, just about one month after the Bstard had been formally constituted, and the lle~?ationo which it contained seemed to be snbsltntially as follows, viz., that .aid had beea n,. asked by the Bisbhop for fiva Church oh England Sehools undler the non-vested regelations,-and:habe been refused, althonugh hils Lordship exppreased hi ivillingness to lulfi the BRrd's regulqtiions. this this had been.the real point at isap, ?he::, enquiry might bare been very easily and speedil..? terminst...
FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 13 June 1862
in the eppended 'acncount of the Receipts and Expeiditure,'it wi!f be observed that the princip?l rftt of the Parliamentary ,vote isappropriateld to the hoiblin? and furniehine ofsehools, while almost the 4hole of the remainder ?s detiited to the payment of teachers' sala~?t a very small pp pOrtm. boing expended on o~ial intOagementitb auteryiston. We have to record the ateii nent from the Bor d of one of our colleagues ; ~h . M'Dougal. whlibt, resignotiion deprived us of most valushle assiatanCS and co.operation, which we desire publicly *to acknowletlge... We submtt this ounr Report for the year.1861,.an?d in testimony thereof have affied thlereto our corporate seal this 30th day of Jaiuory, 1862. (~Signed) A. MACALTrsTER. Chairman, S . G. W. EBseseT, R. PalRo, R. R IACKSFT"E, A. W. |Al?iaao, J. Par?-ox. jStatement of Moneys paid by the Board of General Edncation, for Salaries and Oontingencieiur, rom the. aIst Jan ary to the 81Et DeCember, 1831. ·s a. 4. . eI. d. I SALARIE A ES: ...
THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AT CAPE YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AT C~APE YORK. (Fron thc . If. Herald.) It is a little inconsistent with the new doctrine of abjuring all risk, expense, or responsibility on behalf of colonies, that the Home Government should have con sented to bear the lion's share of the cost of a new settle ment at Cape York. But the inconsisteney is one that will very readily be pardoned in Australia. It is re-as suring to find that though Parliament may pass general resolutions deprecating colonial expenditure, and though the Government may acguiese in those resolutions, yet in practice exceptions will be made, and the rule will notbe rigorously applied. The Governor of Queens land seems to have satisfied the Imperial Government that advantages would acorue from an immediate settlement at Cape York that would quite justify the outlay. And whatever may have been the real validity of his reasonings, we cannot but rejoice at their aocoeeu as they have tended to a reault that will stimalate the eolonisatio...
SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. Monday, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
SUPREMfE COURT, BRISBANE. Monday, June 16,. COxProN C. CnrBB.-TJhis se came on for hearing this morning, on a rule nisi calling upon the defendant, Mr. C. F. Chubb, of Ipesrich, to show cause why be should not be struck off the roll as an attorney of the court, for obtaining the attachment of a sum of money due from him to the plaintifl'Compton, who had been a clerk in his employ. After hearing the arguments of the counsel, his Honor delivered judgment as follows : "Idischarge this rule with costs. Mr. Chubb leaves this court without the slightest stain on his character, either morally or as an attorney. I only regret I was ever persuaded to grant the rule."
CULTIVATION OF COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
CULTIVATION OF COTTON. (Frm the Courier.) We have been favored by the Private Secretary to his Excellency the Governor, with the subjoined copy of a letter received by: his Excellency from Thomas Baley, Esq., M.P., of Menchester:- "London, 25th March, 1862. , My Dain S?e GBORGne BowxE,--I am greatly in arrear in acknowledging the receipt of your valued and welcome eommunieations but the truth is that I have been continually expecting more decisive notion ou the part of the cotton interest, to promote the oultivation of its raw material in Queensland i and though, as you are aware, we have formed one small experimental bompany. Ifeel that greater operations aughtto havebeen entered pon; but no doubt if our trial eultivation results in ,access, enlargied.efforts will bedeodloped. Perhaps you are aware that I avail myself of every publio and private opportunity to encourage emigration to your colony, end to recommend inrestments of both copitsleahd labor in the cultivation of ootten. I...
THE IPSWICH PARK AND RECREATION GROUND. (To the Editor of the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
THE IPSWICH PARK AND RECREATION GROUND. (To the Editorof te Queenslcmd Times.) Srn,-I, as one of the inhabitants of this town, who feels deeply interested in its welfare, cannot allow the statement made by Mr. O'Sullivan, in the Legislative Assembly, on Tuesday last, to go unchallenged. On the sum of £100 being proposed for the improvement of the Queen's Park, Ipswich, le said S"Tbht to his certain knowledce, the majority of the people of Ipwrich were opposed to allotting the piece of mround at Ipswich. now called the park, to any such purpose. This large piece of ground was most valuable for building purposes, but tterly nuse es as as rereation-ground, It being composed of blak soil. It waso mot undesirable that a large slice of ground, about 120 acres, should be taken out of the ery centre of Ipswich. It would reatly benefit both the Ipswich corporation and the revenue if tis land were sold, and some more eligible pieee of land, situated nrther out of town, were granted.' Now, Sir...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
IMPORTS. Balultbah 2aoa hardines, 1 case pickles, I ceaseof jams, I ase salmon, 44 cases fruit, 5 bags onions, R. Boulcock; 1 case chicory, 14 bags potatoes, 3 bags onions, 20 bags bran, 20 cases oil,8 packages, Cribb and Foote; Sease, N. Bushby; 32 mate sugar, 2 eases cheese, I pkagle, E. Pegan; 1 trunk, 3. Maughan; 5 trunlkes . 5. Illidgei 14 packages furniture, 1 case saddlery, 2 truinks boots, S eases confectionery, 2 cases sauceS, 25 packages tea, 100 bags flour, 15 bags massze, 7 packages, G. H. Wilson & Co.: 3 quartercasks port, 6 casks 5 cases ale, 10 eases porter, 50 bags flour, 20 bags bran, Panton and Co.; 5 rolls leather, 5 packages, C. Gorry: i package, W. Gray & Co.; 1 cask, Tidswell, Wilson, & Co.; 4 truck wheels, 10 barrow wsoels, 4 bars steel, 36 blocks, I bellows, 12 buudlesa iron, lease, T. H. Jones; 3 bales paper, Boggenkamp; 1 box, Mrs. Wilkinson; 6 bundles staves, It. J. Smith; 3 cases; W. Besser; 1 trunk boots, 1 parcel, M. & H....
IMPOUNDINGS AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
IMPOUNDINGB A! LITTLE IPSWICH. From Bundambhab. Driving and trespass, 2e.. 6d. per head. Red and white steer, split off ear, C off rump. Strawberry etoer, brands offrump and ribs not legible, like W off shaboulder, 7 off cheek, split off ear and two notehea. Poley strawlerry steer, piece off off ear, RW off romp, 5 off ribs, A over A off shoulder, A off ribs. osan heifer, split off ear, P over 66 off rump. Yellow and white Oow, piece out off ear, notch near ear, W off shoulder, - over WJC offrump and ribs, TA over fr near ribs. Yellow cow, top off both ears, W over W off rump, W off shoulder, TA over . off ribs. Yellow sow, off ear split, MW off loin, GW off shoulder. Spotted oow, HF over MPO off ribs, AB off thigh. Brindle heifer, ML near ribs, near ear split. From Rosewood. Driving end trespass £l. Grey mare and foal, like L near shoulder, J near thigh. if not released on or before 7th July, 1862, will be sold. From Faessifern. Driving and trespass, l£1 per head. Brown filly, hind...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
ABSTRACT ~)F SALES B! AUCTION. To-Monnoow. By yMr. H. M. ?-ohoBs2ui, at his rooms, Nicholas. atreetatlt o'eclock, geneial merehbandire; and at 12 o'clock, 10 working bullocks, with dray and -gear. TauRSDa, JU3n 12. Bgy Mr. . L Coosauas, at the residence of Mr. ;J. -B. Hooper, Brisbane-street, at 11 o'clock, valu a ble household furniture, sc. By Iessrs. FArTonuSa and Co., at the Corporation Sole-yards, at noon, 1400 prime fat wethlers.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
OFFIOAL NOTIFICATIONI. (From the Ooersment Gazete.) PunstLoParsol aT I0sw5oW.-The look-up atIpswich Is proclaimned a public prison, during the sittings of the Circuit Court, in August next. Also the lock-up at Toowoomba, during thle sittings of the Oircuit Court, commencing on the 14th July next. TEs POWDER MmAGAe N, IPswOtr.-A new site hlving been fixed upon for the erection of this building, fresh tenders are nalled for, until noon of Saturday, 6th July. , . The department of Engineer of Roads has been di vided into northern and southern distrints, as follows: The northern district will include the pastoral districts of Port Curtis, Leichhlrdt, and Kennedy. The msouthern district will include the pastoral districts of the Burnett, Wide Bay, Esut and West Maranos, Duisg Downs, awd Moroton. InsoriteCc.t-A ipsecil meeting will be held in the estate of John Balsillie, of Ipswich, on Thursdsay, Brd July next. . (fAldpomnruestrs.-George Bankee, Esq., to be First "lleutenante B lls S?elb...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
40o1n1ri1trinal The followidng produce bso been receired and for warded:--From the astores of Messrs. G. H. Wilson and Co.-3 pnckageS woo, hhd. tail.w, 7 bides,- bandles skins, WS; 2 do. do., W*L. From the stores of Mressrs. Panton and Co.--16 bales wool, 1 do. skins, fMLR; 13balesrool, 2do.reece, GC; 2 do. skins, BD.
Saturday, June 14. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
Saturday, June 14. Before the Police leagistrste. Daniel Downey, apprehended under a warrant on the arge of having refused to obey a magistrate's order to deliver up a mare, the property of one John Marstaeller, was ordered to pay to Marstaeller costs amounting to L2 12s. 8d.; in default, one month's imprisonment. The anare, seized by virtue of the warrant, on being identified by Marataeller, was delivered to lim. John Murphy v. Riehard Toll.-T-his was a summons under the Masters and Servants' Act against defendant, for refusing to obey lawful commands, and neglect of work. The proseoutor did not appear. Cane di missed.
MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
MAILS CL/SE. FoB .rIsBEa,-- p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). Fo DRsaTTOx An .Toowoo0.-Tuesdays , at 11.45 ia.L.s and Friday, at 8p.m. ao WA, wCsE.- lnday, at I p.m.; A~iL Fridays, t t6 a.m,. . ... " " Foa LE?rBO?ua YCanal Orek).-Every Tuesday, a. 11445 anm.;by.D~syton 'aud every Friday, at 6 a.m J~Warwiock.
POLICE-COURT, IPSWICH. Friday, June 13. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862
.POLICE-COURT, IfiPWICH. Friday, June 13. Before the Police Magistrate. Mary Allan snd &eorge Waylett were each dned Sa. I tfor drmikenness; in delault, 24 hours' imprisonment. James Stanley, remanded from Monday last, on a charge of having -illegal possession f a horse, was again remanded to the 16th. Moses Walmsley v. Noah eRaper.-Thie was a sum anons ease for the illegal detention of certain property which defendant had oan several occasious refused to de liver. The same case was tried sometime previously and dismissed. The defendant produced a eertifieate that 'the case had on a former occassion been dismissed, on which the Bench refused to proceed with it. Rlichard Toll a. John Murphy.-This was a case hrought under the Masters and Servants' Act, for £1 lOs -balance due for wages. Ti?he plaintiff deposed that on or :about the 20th April he was hired by defendant, under a .verbal agreement, at the rate of £1 per week; he had received £4 from defendant on account of wages;...