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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tbcesdat, Mir 39. The SPEAKER took die chair at twenty minutes past three. EDUCATION BEPOBT. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table that portion of the Report of the late Board of Education which was omitted from the Report of the present Board bud before the House on die 27th May. Mr. RAFF, in consequence of the produc tion of this portion of the Beport, begged to withdraw his motionforitsproductinn. which was on die paper. He moved that die por tion of die Report now laid on die table be printed. Tbe COLONIAL SECBETAKYaeconoed Itfae inotXonT'wlUdi trvB irotnud utasBtX. - - - ELECTORAL BILL. On the motion of the COLONIAL SE CEET AHT, die second reading of this Bill was postponed till the 11th June. PASTORAL OCCUPATION BILL. On die motion of the MINISTER of LAXDS and WORKS this Bill was recom mitted. Several new clauses were intro duced and alterations made, and the third reading fixed for the 10th June. MILITIA BILL. Mr. LILLEY moved the second reading of ...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

ADELAIDE. i Tiiursdav. i Tue Assembly have passed a resolution 1 iu favor of the abandonment altogether of die Ocean Mail Contract.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. - Tbcbsday, May 29. Tm PRESIDENT took the chair at ten minutes past three o'clock. The principal business of the evening was the debate on Dr. Hobus' motion. TUE COXIHICT OF THE GOVEBN MEJTT IX REFERENCE TO THE LATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. ' That die conduct of the Government in appointing themselves the Board of Educa tion, is highly reprehensible, because it is an unseemly assumption of power, not war ranted by any circunistaneee, and is totally opposed to the spirit and intention «f tins Education Act.' Tbe-arcnmeatB need by tia-bon-mornr, *rrjrtp ths sarae eScc: as ti-*e t&ngbl fdr ward in the Legislative Assembly on die previous meeting, but die hon. membertook somewhat broader grounds. After a discussion, in which Dr. Fuller ton. Mr. Yaldwyn, die Attorney-Gcnoral, Mr. M'DpugalL Mr. Galloway, and die Pre sident took f»art. Dr. IIOBBS briefly replied, and stated that after die explanation of die Attorney General, especially with regard to the pre sent co...

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MAITLAND. Tuesday, May 20th, 9 p.m. ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

MAITLAXD. Tnorfav. Mm- 2inh, 9njn Fiiisr 1-av. (From the S. it. BeraU.) The races commenced this morning on the Kuthcrford t-urse. Alwit 1030 persons 1 only were present, the distance being too j great from tovrn. riBsrHiCE — .UaidtftiPlate. 1 3() sovereigns. Distance, c mile-and-three-quarters. Five horses start ej. Bit. liitun's Eugene ? 1 J. C-nbcnift's Volunterr . . 2 Tin* Tra-4 a jroiid rac?. won i-y iut'S-.:-,,,-ck, in :1 minutes and 25 seconds, f; vrsrx tiiii sidi' rod ti«-. l-ert fii'ld. 3I.ijri.mi! Toii-n Plate. — Ko race. Hunter Biver .Stako*. 9U s»ivcroiffns. ? I'i«c horses started. This was a splendid race, tlierc bc-in^ ru-o dead heats between Mr. Stvnccr's bca:up and Mr. J. Driscoll's Eliin Kni^'ut. The di^tinee uvis one mile ai«! a-lialf. The time cf the first beat was 1 miuuivs 50 strands ; second beat. 3 minutes. The owners oonsuntcd io divide the strikes. Tho Shorts, 30 sovereigns. — l-istnuec one mile, l'uur linrses sfcirtod. ilr. W. (iiU's Little Dora.... 1 A. Wy...

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TOOWOOMBA. May 28th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

TOOWOO££BA. (fbom ocb uvs coeeestokdest.) May 26th, 1862. As yon will have observed, from the Too woomlia papers of Thursday, his worship the Mayor acceded to the request of the sixty ratepayer,-; who memorialised him, and c-onvcacd a meeting on the now celebrated '- Z.ihaun's case' in the School of Arts on Friday evening last. There was a very large attendance, and the accompanying re solutions were put and carried. There was no s;-eec!iifyin!r ; and the resolution! were propjscd and seconded by Germans onlr. 1. That in the opinion* of this meeting, the recsut deriaui of die D.-ayton Bench in reference to thv case of M'Lean and Beit v. Horitz Zahanu. was iae.f.iitaule. illegal, and u:ijv.sr. ± TJiat the o. r.a. ct of Mr. J. C. White, the presiding Magistrate o;i the Drayton Bench on the ICth instant, was so conspicuously parti.-.l. tlint this nicsting is of opinion that the attention of the Gavcnwicnt should be drawn to the matter. 3. That in tho opinion of this meeting, the recent...

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SECOND DAY. Wednesday, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

Seopsd Pay. Wednesday, Mav 21. Only abii'it five hundred persons were present to Jay. Ladies' Purse, 60 sovereigns — Distance, tn« miles. Seven horses were entered, but five started. Mr. G. A. Single's Ben Bolt won by half a lengiu ; air. l. ivory s rcter l'ossum second; Mr. Vvudhain's Llan^olcc t!itrd: Mr. F. M. Doyle's Warrior bolted. The time was fonr minutes four seconds. l'riuee of W.-iles Status. HI sovei-eigns. — Distance, one mile and a half. Mr. J. Dris coll's Ellin Knight took the lead and kept it; Sir. E. {.'Iiippcndall'ii Charlie being second, aad Mr. T. Moore's Fear Not third. Time, three minutes, three seconds. Mr.E. C.inn bousrht ii'.fia Kui^ljt for £100, and Mr. F. ttarrick Charlie for £35. Hurry Scurry. 25 sovereigns. — One mile heats. 'Three horses started. First heat : Mr. \Y yaikam's Elfin first, Mr. Chippendall's Charlie eocnnd, and Mr. \V, Smtdi's Sam Sliek tliird; time, two minutes six seconds, Second heat : Elfin von in a canter, Charlie came in second ; time...

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QUEENSLAND INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

QUEENSLAND IXSUUANCE COjrPASV. Tbe shareholders of the Queensland Insur ance Company held * meeting on Wednes day evening, at ths School of Arts, Bris bane. The Hon. E G. W. Herbert (Colonial Secretary) occupied tiie chair, and after stating die object of the meeting, ceiled npoaMr. George Board, the founder of the company, who remarked diet the deed of settlement bud been prepared aud approved of by the law advisers of the Company (the Attorney-Oeneral and the Hon. D- F. Bo lwrta), b'ut in consequence of a general ob jection being raised to its immediate adop tion, it was suggested that (he reading of the deed should be -3cfcrr.il until Friday, the 13th of June ; in the meantime, copies of the document to be struck off and supplied to shareholders. A number of shareholders from Ipswich who were present, stiongly recommended the fioslponcmeiit of the deed, which was ultimately carried almost unanimously. The names of the gende inen who have qualified and applied for die director}- w...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

s e: x e- 3- r jst ea- . ARRIVALS. Mav 23.— Saxisja (*.). 2A- txi«. Captain TP. C. Knizht. fr.Kn H'itU Bay 26th instant. Passi'iier — 1 in ttw steera-r?. tf.iy '29.— Bjl-Mtha, steiaiar. 603 tons, C.i;itiio Troat.-:u froTi Sydney 20th instant. Fasssn^ors — Miss O'arke, Mr.* and Mrs. K sir. Sev. W. E. With. J(iss2s Forh.s, Ab'wti, (i^.M.-^rs. H. Tooth, 11. llayiiari, Divis, KdaUasi, iThompsoiu O. Z&hll, Bill. O. J. Ujok, F. UroeuhiU. JB. Li-d^cr. II. V,,x3a. T. H.' J.wtw. Black. *~k-ker, Prtt fas*or Parker, and 3j in the steerage. DSP-YETi'BE. M\v 21*.— Cl-irendou. briir. l--« tons, Cipt. Cru£, fir Newcastle, ia bajla.it. Passen ger— .Miss Craig. imports;. Samson : S3 casks toiloiv, 100 hides fur shipment to Srdnev. £a}-:'nt!ia: V.* lilrs iron, 30 axle blocks. 2 pultun*. T. H. Jones; 3f. bundles rope. 3 kc ts liirttsr, 1 roll leather. £fi packages, Ori'jb atj'l Fcv-te; 3« ba;js flow, i cases chairs. H. V. Hissall ; 1 package, !?'. ISays; 2 li ins, Sfiss lfell ; 5 boxes glass. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

3% Utottjj gitstraliait, aj.t- queensland general anvebtken, IS published on Tuesday, Thcbspay, and SiTucoiH mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest mails. TBEM3 OF SCBfCCimoS. Per Quarter, in advance ? 8». Per Quarter, credit ? I(h. Single Number ? fid. 33i6 Quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th Jane. 30th September, and 3I*t Decem ber, at wfatcn-vatfwu -.aiy wi n-aajiwaw be received- Notices of resignation -will not be attended to unless given in writing. Subscribers will be charged from the date of commencing their subscriptions. TEEMS OF ADVEETISISQ. «. d. Two lines, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Fonr liucs, or under half an inch .... 2 0 Six lines, or under three-quarter* of an inch ? 2 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? 3 0 Every additional eight lines, under an inch ? 1 0 TEKMS OF DISCOCST. 6 Consecutive Insertions ? 10 ^ cent. 13 „ ? IS .. SC ., ? 25 .. The number of insertions must he written on the face of each Advertisement, or it tfiII b...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

Cbc ^iovtij Australian. IFiHIC/t, SATCilVAi: MAY Si. lsiii. ALTilOLOtt mucli of thfs ticie of Par liament duriug the present week his buja taken up in. iha diaensciiwi. jO^Ahc laeneral Eauc ition and the Executive, very little additional light Las been slied on tlie real cause of dispute. A pertLsal of the whole of the documents and of tie dlseii=slons, leaves the im pression that the ostensible cause an s-Lnicd bj either side fvr the collision and its results is not the real cause, and that a large amount of rather clumsy diplomatic fencing Las been used on both sides to divert attention from the real : matter at issue, The moil prominent results of the Paritasieatary investigations have been j the freeing of the late Board from the aspersion cast upon them by the Colo nil S^iKtary, thai their Report ' con tained language which ho was sorry to see emanating from any Board of gen tlerasa.' Th?re ie certainly nothing in tha portion of the Report objected to j by the Executive calling...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

CCArMERCIAIu Paoircs P.rc-EivEa. — Bv Mr. B. Fnrrvst: IS biles w.K-l tT ever T. «- hides, 10 bundles sh^ipsLns. and 3 c:isks tallow.

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

BBJSBAJJE. tFrom flu GvardianJ We understand that a beat towed by the Clarence on Tucsdav evening, which con tained stores, valuable papers, and otlier property belonging to some fellow citizens. en, route for tins Bay, was, at die turn of die river near Breakfast Creek, suddenly swamped, completely immersing die pro pert; in question, some of which could not possibly be replaced, and has not since been recovered. In the case or Beit v. Montz Zaun, which has been of late prominently before die public, we understand diat a prohibition was granted on Wednesday by tbe Judge in chamber, restraining die bench from pro ceeding further in tbe matter. On Tuesday evening Hr. Hamilton de livered a lecture at the School of Arts, be fore a crowded audience, die subject being 'die harmony existing between phrcnology and revealed religion.' The lecturer made a long quotation from die ' Phrenological Journal' (abounding in Scriptural ex tracts), in support uf the theory attempted to be proved. At ...

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FRIDAY, MAY 30. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

Fbiday, Mav 3ft. Before the Police Magistrate. iiioinas Hanlitn pleaded guilty to a charge of indecency, and was fiued £5, or in default of payment, was ordered to be confined for 46 hours in the cells. Timothy Byan, James Wilshire, and Wil liam Evaus pleaded guilty to having been found druuk in the puM'ic streets; Evans and liyjui were each fined 10s., and Wilshire os- with the alternative of 24 hours solitary confinement. Mary Gunning v. John Cameron. — A case under die Masters and Servants Act. t$ct tlei «?* of court. BADLIEKV. DpN-OOHOE. -v1' A Absatult e«Ms. Oa«&tAl»lii igaillicr d*:i»u!K3& as follows ; I was on duty in Waghorn-strcct on the 28th instant ; I saw die defendant there ; I was in the act of asking the name uf his brother who had been disorderi v, when defendant came up and said I bad better not interfere with him ; he then revesed his whip and threatened to whip me with it, and shoved me away with his hand against my breast. Lawrence Gnnnan confirme...

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THE IPSWICH CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

TIIE IPSWICH CHOBAL SOCIETY. Ox the evening of Thursday last, the Choral Society gave their diird Concert of die sea son in tbe Hall of die £chi-al of Arts. The audience was not so nunicrons as could be wished, which may be attributed to the cold ness of the weather, and parties reserving their spare cash for the fesxivtiies of the ensuing week. The Choruses were not so effective as might have been desired, consisting as they did of five females, and thirteen male voices, die former were consequently to some extent drowned in die bass of die bitter. The overture to Zanipa was a success, sad ^2^^S2^sn»^S3i^nircx^ tion au that instrument exhibiting consider able talent. Dr. Callcott's glee, -Oht Tanrr Gcnde Traveller' was very well sung, and elicited sonic judicious applause. An operatic selection adapted for die violin brought forth Mr. Gaskarth's well known powers upon dint instrument, and he received a warm encore to which he res ponded with ' The Old Arm Chair,' (not ' The Ship on...

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THE FORTHCOMING MEET. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

THK FOBTHCOM1NG MEET. F20M OCR SrOBTING COXTEIBLTOE. As tlic public now to feel a strong interest in the forthoniuiug Xortb Aus tralian Annual Baccg. we propose laying befuro tJiem a few remarks rcsjiectiu^ the horses that will contend for die palm of vic tory during the forthcoming week, and to offer onr opinion upon their probable clu-iicL-E f-t success. Plunging at once in flrfw ret. we propose takin,' a ovwl snrvcv oflhc l!»rsi-,s .?.?u{r;i--ei; for tlie Maiden Matt. witii vrhieh the 1-:J! will be opvnrd on Tii-'sday next. To commence with the j yoanK ''uns. the first which presents itself is i Mr. Cliue's Jim Crack, which is, no doubt. | a go--d colt for a hack, but was never in- j tedded by breeding for a race horse. He I may run strong and beat some of his com petitors, but we d« not fancy that be will olitaiti a p!aee. Xcxt comes Mr. Hanran's Talisuian, which is no doubt a good colt, and if a sufficient time in work and iu good condition, would, on a -Igj'^ i.SSS'XfS'ifl mee...

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 29th. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

IPSWICH POLICE COUBT. Thcusday. Mav 29th. Before the Pulice Magistrate. William Williams, charged with using obscene language, was fined 20s., or in de fault of payment was ordered to be impri soned for fourteen days in the Brisbane Gaol. The same defendant was charged with having been found illegally on die premises of Mr. O Malley, but was discharged in con sequence of the non-appearance of pro oeetttor. J«wtmi«li Brosanell pleaded gniltv- to ft charge of drunkenness, and was fined os., with die alternative of twenty-four hours in die cells. Timothy Flaherty, convicted of die same offence, was fiued iWs., or, in default, ordered to be confined for twenty-four hours in tho cells. c. r. chubb v. f. cpjuroy. A summons case fur using' abusive and threatening language, in which defendant was called upon to show cause why he should sot be hound over to keep the peace. Mr. Scott appeased for die defendant, and stated that defendant had been clerk to plaintiff, who had stopped his salary ...

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SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY. IN INSLOVENCY. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

SUPREME COUBT.— Tbcbedat. Ik Issolvesct. f Before his Honor Mr. Justice Lntwychc.) In idie insolvent estate of William Besser, on the motion of die Attorney General, his Honor confirmed a second dividend of Hid. in the f. In die insolvent estate of Patrick Liddy his Honor confirmed a dividend of 3s. 6d- in dief. /Before bis Honor the Judge sitting- as Chief Commissioner.) In be John Daee. — A diird meeting was held in this estate. Three debt were proved, ' viz, :— John Fairfax and Sons, for £10 12s. ; A. S. Walker, for £23 5s. 10d.; Martin Soulton, for £'25 18s. 6Jd. The Official Assignee then lead his report Mr. Winder, on behalf of the insolvent, applied for an allowance, which -was refused. The meeting then dosed. Ik be Jokathan Habbib. — A diird meet ing was held in diis estate. Eight debts were proved, vis. :— The Australian Joint Stock Bank for £12 His. as a preferential claim for tent, and £« 12s. 61 asaconenr rent claim: George Willson. £1291 -is. Sd. ; Patrick Fleming. £B 6...

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NEWCASTLE. Friday, May 23 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

NEWCASTLE. ; ' ' Friday. Hay 23. 6 p-m. lle-DTj Carr, a inmer Jately from Aew Zealand, was killed in the Coal and Copper Company's tunnel Hits morning by tiw fail ing of coal. It wss the first time he hod been employed in the tnnnels, an j had been only a ehoit time at work. The accident is said to he attributable to the deceased hav ing undermined t--o far.

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GOULBURN. Thursday, May 22, 5 p.m. GOULBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

GOULBUBS. Thnrsdav. May 22, & PJn. GOCLBUBX EACES. Maiden 1'iato. — Marmion. 1. Potentate 2. Ltdics' Purse. — Mr. V. Webster's Uing Jeader. 1, In the second heat the other horses were drawn. Welter Stakes.— Mr.E. De Mestre's Moss Kosc, 1. Wnvcrlev dtp.— Mr. P. M'Alister's Bosco, J. Waveriey, 2. Everjtliing passed off well.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 31 May 1862

xrou^s jjaftjpgnp ^3sjng**o^» Tbe GrtrEBSOE,'— The arrira! of His Ex ccllcncy the Governor, together with Lady Bowcn and suite, may be looked fiir by the steamer from Urisb.-mc on MmiJay next. His Excellency will be escorted from the wharf by the Ipswich Volunteer Cavalry to the apartments which have been engaged for his accommodation, diui-.rj: his stay, at O'Sullivan's Familv Hotel, East -street It is understood that' His Eu-clk-ncv will re turn to town on Friday moruing. Kotrru AcsTBALiai; Jockey Cixii. — At fonr o'clock p.m. this day a special gneral meeting of the member.* of tbe Xorth Aus tralian Jockw Clab will take jilaoe at tbe Clarendon Hotel, for the juirpi.se of taUis j \ into consideration the propriety of reducing tic annual subscription lo thu ori^iual amount of £3 3s. When ' the tightness in tbe chest,' of which so many just now com plain, is taken into consideraficn, irulctk upon this as a step in the right direction. The Tcbf. — Gentlemen connected witU pursuits on...

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