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PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 18. MEMORIAL TO LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
'ARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLANO. (Abridged from pthe Courier.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TEsDAY, JUNE 18. MEMORIA-s TO LEICHHARDT. Mr. WATTS moved, " That it is the opinion of this house that the discoveries of the late Dr. Leichhardt, and tihe benefits arising therefrom to this colony, deserve some recognition at our lands. 2nd. That a monument be erectod in some suitable place in tlhis city to thle memory of the late lamented Dr. Licehhardt and hils party.. 3rd. That this House will to-morrow, resolve itself into a Committee of the whole, to consider of an Address to the Governor, praying that his Excellency will cause to be placed on the estinmates of It162,a sum for that purpose." hough he might not obtain the support of every member, he conceived that he was only performing a public duty hi proposing the ereetion of a monument, to ?o erected in the BotanicalGardens, orsome other public place, to tlhe memors of a man who had sacrified his Lue, hisintereste, hie money, and his life in explo...
Original Correspondence. [While our columns will be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, we do not, by any means, hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments that may be expressed.] To the Editor of the Ipswich Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
(1Wlile our cotlums will be altays apen" to the "ns'etion of torrespondence on eslbject "of/local and general inferat, we do not, by any morans, , ors o rat8Ponsible for te sentirments that 20 the Editor of sthe Ipsoich Herald. fia-In timres like these will yonu kindly allbw me to say a few wplrds relative to the?eatry or wages t all those ononncted with squatters, bank,, mrehants, lbsqates, bks -dt aepers to me that most (ifbot all) of the forgeries ain frthds in thle above ramned are perpetrated by parties More or less connected with them: : What has made persous of good standing in society become forgers and .,ntoe.sp. Why, this-that t}leemployes liase either ad too mnh in their poweriss tlhe employers have not d'an aufficint knowledge of the eharpoter of those em ployed by them;, Besides, Sir, ersons-in an ypositio of trast or aonfidmee eoght sto/ we an adequate remunera tion for suchtreuit. : ibhe true point, Sir, is thle, that any one having either a • large r??oonsbility or a...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th. PERSONAL EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLsi . WED aDAY, jDl5 19th. PERSONAL . EXPLANATION. Mr. O'SULLTVAN wished to make a personal explanation. On the previous day, -he' was charged, during his absence, by the Colonial Secretary, with. having been actuated by personal motives in .he vote .givenby.him .last year -n -the salary pf a government officer. With regard to that officer, behad never spoken to him, and therefore could ot be actuated by any personal motives. Ilis only objection gainstthat. gentleman-the Immigration agent-was.taken from his own evidence, which stated that only one ship load of immigrants had arrived in the colony since separation, and proved that the work entared by it could be perfor med in a fortnight. These circumstances alone had influenced him in voting against giving a salary of £400 for aork which could be poerformed in a fortnight,, eand not any feelings of a personal nature. : The COLONIAL SECRETARY said thatl he omst express his regret that the hon. mmber (Mr. O'Silivatf)...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 19TH JUNE. RE-CONSTRUCTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
LEGISLATIVE *COUNCIL. WEDNESIW Y, 19T N JUNE. !REICONSTRUCTION OF THE .LEGIBLATIE COUNCIL. . Mr. YALDWYN, before moving theresolutios which stood in his name, desired, with the permission of the House, to make an alteration in the firt part-of the motion by-inserting the word "exercise,"-the wirdso " under the Order in Council, 6th June,.I859, in accord ance with." The resolutions-which he had the honorto, move would theiefore read -as Tfollows:-"That, in the: opinion of this House, it is highly expedient that the power execised uner i rthe' Oslder in 'Council, 6th June, 1859, in accordance with the Art, '18 and 19 '-Vi., cap. 54,-shallforthwith cease. -ecause-(L) As has been. alre6dy -demonstrated in a neighbouring -·olony, the. exerise of an unlimited power of creation of members ef the Lagilative Council as liable to abuse in a manner. wherebyall deliberative and independent action of that branch of the Legislature is destroyed; its officeand; functions brought into oontempt.; an...
BRISBANE. Thursday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
BRISBANE. 1Br isoloue TEuonaoBx. ' Thursday, p.a;. IN the Tegiflative Cohell to-day'Mr. Yaldwyn' reso. lutions,as to the re-vonstreetion of the Uppie HEbne on an elective basis, were caried without a division. The debate was short and rather ? interetig, s n the Assembly Mr. Baff drew the attention *-T the Speaker to the attack made 4on him (Mr. f.) vby Mr. Lilley, and .parie4larly to the ?pression '"pward " laving been used. A ;eat deal of sharp rocriminaisn took place between Ba and illey and Warry and Blakeney. The Speaker ruled that Mr. Lilleeys'emirk wasanparliamentary. Mr. Baf acoknowledged-that he had been disinclined to votp for the tbrige between North and South Brii ane ans was opposed to the measuri . . Mr. Warry'gave an. acount of an interview that e had with Mr. Ram A.fter some eevere remarks frmon Iley,1 L Cribb and the Speaker, the matter was allowed to -drop. Throughout this -sene, the House generaly appeare d etesineod to; uopperi the dignity of Mr. -'SirSTrn 'e mul...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
IT will be gratifying to:the colouy, in general that Parliament has escaped the dsgrace of sanctioning that monstrous attempt: at'.a -job, theJ ridge between North-and oiuth Brisbano. Mr. O'SuLLiVAN and the other gentlemen who voted for his amendments, deserve the thanks of the country for the firm and successful stand they made against such unjustifiable squander ing of the. public money asvoting £16,000 for a bridge that is of no earthly use except for the convenience of the people of South Brisbane, and £22,000 for a telegraph to connect Bris bane with a couple of villages in the Northern Districts. Were the population of Queensland all contained within the limits of a town-a third rate town it would be called in England-it would scarcely be fair to spend thirty or forty thousand pounds out of the pro ceeds of the taxation of the whole of the people, merely to benefit a small portion of them; but in a colony like this, where the population is scattered over an immense extent of c...
IPSWICH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
IPSWICH ELECTION. Aorrro live o'tlock on Tuesdayseveniug last the Court. house was 'anooutded by a number of electors---l o whom were apparenly anxious to'know the result of thod poll. After waiting -a few'moments, it was announced that the poll would be declarod inside, and to the inside accordingly a rushwasi made The place was pretty full and, every one having settled into his ilace, The RsT?IeNeGOracan-moaidthat he would, without indulging in any psdliminary.obeervatidons;simply declare the stateof the poll, which was as follbwas:- A. Maclister .., ... .. 193 2. Cumming .. ... ... 27 Ke was ?srry that Mr. Macalister was 'not present to return thanks. ELEcToa: Was le aware that thoe pe would be 'de clared io soon tlerlthadolosed?. - "Mr. HawsIER': Ther was a notice otaide. Srt'. Foot? said, that Mr. Macalister had bemen in formod that the plll aidd be declared at 7 e possibly that might be the reason of his non-appearance. --r?Oiartu'o rOum.e- .Would state thae, oawig to an infor...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
Local anb District NXWo. BUDDEN DEATu.-A magisterial inquiry was held by E. W. Lamb, Esq., J.P., on Monday last, on ihe body of Mary Anne Thompson, who died suddenly on Sunday night, at her residence, eight mnles from Ipswich, at the 1ino Mountain. From the evidence of the medical wit ness, Dr. Rowlande, it appeared that the decease.1 died from disease of the heart. We perceive that the ship La Hogue, Captain Williams, arrived in England on April 23rd, having on board Mr. Henry Jordan, the Queenaland Immigration Agent. From letters received by the Rov. N. Turner from Mrs. Jordan, we learn that a very pleasant passago had boon experienced, though head winds were prevalent off the English coast for some weeks, protracting tle voyage to 9l days from Sydney. The directors of the Queensland Steam Navigation Company, hlav receireu advices from Messrs. F. Mangles & Co., their London ngents, and from Captain Patuilo, that their first steam boat, which was being built by a well known...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 21 June 1861
MARRIAGE. On the 18th June, at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. W. McGinty, Mr. Robert Johnston, of Ipswich, and late of county Fermanagh, Ireland, to Rose, youngest daughter of Mr. Patrick McQuire, of Ipswich, late of coaunty Fermanagh, Ireland.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
Local anl i 3itvict NMts. Ivrswce Hoaorrra.-We have been requested to inti mate to our philanthropic townfolk that there is a great necessity for an immediate supply of rags at the Hospital. We'haveno deubt but tbat one appeswill to respondod to is a most liberalnmanner. Hitherto donors have been put to some trouble and inconvenience by having to deliver them at the Hospitalthemselves ; we believe now thata line addressed to the matron will enoare the ser vices of a personto fetch them'away. THE IrWICx 'COTro~ tC dkri~y.-We understahi that tw hundredand sixty-eix bsres .have ,aredy been taken p of the Iposwioh Cotton Coona gy. We pPe same that the Company will Tommence operations at once, s there is but short time before the sowing season, which take place about the end of iAsgust. The 'Sdlowing pre-emptive .purchases have been approved of by the Government. isvi? H. and F. Iaaac, Gowrie, 820 aeres, price £S20t deed fee, £1 10s. Marshall and Denoher, leo?gallea O98 acres, price £497...
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 21ST JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
`1PSWIOK TO 15C :CMUBT. BEgOB* the Poice Maigifrate. Miobacl kirby was linedl 61, fur sllo1 ing a toaooiou dog to be at lare, enS to sthok and be a bojr named IoGI Marte. J. Iohistoa v' X pda-pAt obA Am nbder the 'ltoe. meot. Act, t'taoover tori esswon of the dweling bouse attached to the Doulbowg A~lcy From thewaldeoe t appear that the plaintiff had not given thsamofialsat aooe ret~aited sthe by Charge witadriawa Plain iff to pmycoet f dofeafdna aitnountiog to £2Ua
PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
PIONEER. This thoroughbred horse, lately imported fromn England, is a beautiful brown with black points, s~tuds I5 21 hands high. Bred by the Earl of Scar borough, and own brother to the famous horse Skirmisher, winner of the Grcat Northern Handicap in 1857. P?oiGaRe.-Pioneer by Voltigeur, out of Yard ham, Granddam by Langar, Voltigeur by Voltaire, out of Martha Lynnu. For further particulars see Stud Book,'VoL 8, p.'170.'. Voltigeur,-the father of. this horse,is the mostfashionable blood in England, and without doubt one of the neest ires ever Eng land produced. Termn--l0 guineas oadhmere,
SIRDAR, [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
SIBDAR, an Arab, is a bright bay, with bllack points, or immense power, years old, and has very lately. arrived in the colony from Calcutta. He is pro nounced by competent judges to be, without excep tion, the purest caste and most stylish Arab ever landed in this country. Sirdar is the winner of several crack races. Price for each mare, Five Guineas.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
TE M8: *e ?ieasp olo,-Tbheonount of subscription to the Ipei ch erartd is Eight Bhillttgs and Sixpence per quearter. The squnrters teemlonte on0.0he i Oth September, ilot December, Slot March, and 3otb June, at which pereods oionoyan subscribers •doflne, by giving notice,andpaylng the amount due to the end .of the currcet quarter. t?tineeoples, Sixpenoc. ADoErTIsEMENTT are inserted aceordlog to the following scale- Four llnes ..... . O Six linos . «... . Eight lines...... ...... ..... 'O Every additional elght lines ...... 1 o In:efollowing:Drscoueisatlojerd on tl advertisements con-o tinuod- , 'For slxinserlons i0 per cent. .or 13 weeks...... 25 ditto. ,]or 20 weeks ...... s3 ditto. Fort2wreeks...... 60 dltto. 11l advertisemente moust speelfy.n the face of them they aumberoftimes they are tobe 'lnseted, orethey rwill'be con. tinuer ttll'couttoromided, and charged aceordiogly. Orders for wothdrwal or alteration' oannot be received later :than Twelve, noon,'n the day previous topubii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
FASSIFERN STUD. T THE Entire Homes PIONEER, SIRDAR, YOUNG SUFFOLK, and BLUE ADMIRAL will stand this season at Fassifern. Sea:son com n?encing 1st September, 1861, ald ending Ist June, 1882, at which period all mares must be removed and paid for. E --UNBE BRV ED SALE .' On the e1st of AUGUST next, By order ofthe Mortgagee, if not previously sold by private. contract, of which notice will be given, THE JUNCTION STATION, Together with the Stock at present thereon, con. e?sting of '700 Head of Horses r 9000~ead of Cattle more or less. This Station is situated at the confluence of the Weir River and Western Creek, in the. District of Darling Downs. It is very compact, W-ell Watered and Grassed. The Timbers predomi _atingpre Ironbark and Box. -Distance from Dr~toabout.9dtmiles: tbeneighbouringstationsare .Dnmori-, Western Creek, Retreat, and Weranga. Estiortted oapabilities, 4000 cattle. S: roi o this Station about 100 head of horses were ??ild last year st an average price of.£9 par head...
MONDAY, 24TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
Monk;, MrT Xuan DeTore the Police Magietrate and J. . RUaP 7.P. H. Patriel s w charged under the Publioan a Act *ith ly grog-seling. lfonermglion thdrawnethhe defedant acting, as hb thbunght, logaly, by theatt'aorlbl of the Shelff through his odcer OChrle Daue,'thee b?ings distrain uponthe goods sad ohattels of Adam Watson, on whose aeount sad behal~the aborvenamed defendant sold. George ltybun wau eommitted . Brisbane al a 4 aangerous lunatic. The unfortunate man was.gpfeteing from monomania, brought on ty exoesiyedrinking. He was under the haluoinhtion that his 16 wes in constant Ahnger from theattaets of hia enemnes. He had three times before lied under tomtraint, and on one oO sion attempted to oom it suicide by cutting his throat. RoeRna You t re.U i, &. H. WinOS and a. 1. Smith; 28, F. A. Fi' and G. f. Wilson. SBSMALL DianT' Co - Joly 8,a, G. It. Wilson, E. W. Lamb, and T. lShd
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
DEPARITURES. ,Jne 2.--hAnn Sandeson, brig, for eweastle. orue 20.--Vanqulsb, schooner, for Sydney.. _June 22.--Yan rr nr steLamer,'60 tons. Captain Bell, for E.dney. Passengers--Mesrs. 'Tyre, W. Lewis, Sharp, F. W. Rocqe, anod seven in tihe steerage. Jane 2.--Vixen, schooner, 121 4tOn Captain Bennett, for :ydney.
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. THE FRANCHISE. LETTER FROM MR. JUSTICE LUTWYCHE TO SIR GEORGE BOWEN. Eagle-street, Monday, 9th January, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. THE FRA ONHISE. LETTER rPBO MR.n JMBCE LUTWYOBE TO BM EOnRGE BOWEN. Eagle.street, Monday, 9th January, 1861. Mr DEaR Sm GBaoge,-I met the Attorney General in eonfareuce on Saturday morning, as you had suggested, and it turns out that we are both agreed on the legal point in reference to which yob wished to be' advised. We boththink that t?e 26th April Ie the earliest dal o which the @kn! could possibly be held, because it wilt not be prac ticable, as the law stands, to make up the Electoral Roll before that day ; but there is nothing to prevent the Government in the, meantime from issuing the writs, nominating the Returning Olicers, and fixing the days on which the writs shall be returnable. As to the qualification of the electors, I have intimated in general terms my dissent from th, v:ews taken by Sir Alfred Stephen and his o lleagues, though I should probably have come to the same conclusion if I had reasoned from their premises. But it seems to me that the r...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
i ing ;ng 3ntt~ligSPI rtP ARRIVALS. June O.-TarmYam, steamer. 560 tons, Paptaln Sel|, fom Sydney. Paseaengen--Captaln and Mrs. M'Cartty and four ehll aden, M? . Mt'Gu J l Lssi Walcott, Messrs. '. and W. Brtton, F. Adams, A. B?nan, M'Cal, W. Bartoa, G. B. Shaw, and thirty-dve In the sterage. June 21.--Doo Juan, schooner, 130 tonl, Capt?ln Amrnold, from Rocthampto0. No passengers. R. Towns and Co., agent. June 22.--tlarnce steamer, CaptalnCotlJe. from the Northern Porta, to bhaast. Passeogers-Messrs. Lelith fay, Sharp, Julen, GUilleple, Boole, L?ey, and twelve In she teerasge.
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 25 June 1861
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLANI_. S (Abridged from: the Brthso.Paper?r ) . LEGISLATIVE' COUNCIL. Tsro . Y, IJnve 20. CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL. Mr. FITZ resumed the debate on the-resolutions of :Mr. Yaldwyli, which had been adjourned:on the previous' '.day. He thoughtit the:duty of every member to give Shis opinion on so important a.question. .He had deter omined to support the resolutions of thehon. mover, being' " .ceonvinced that some check arid-safeguaid was necessarv. -The Governor of this colony had .powers .which were possessed by no other Governor in appointing to .that ilnose. .The Constituti onAet of Queensland Sir C. NICHOLSON explained, that I there -was in reality ..no ueensland Constitution Act, but only an Order in Council founded on.the Constitution -ct of New South Wales, so that fundamentally this colony was cunder precisely, the same constitution ss.New. South Wales. -Mr. FITS had nd hesitation :ri 'ajing: that he would .-rather trust the Governor than the peoppe in th...