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THURSDAY, 4th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
T?URBDAY, 4th JULY. Before the Police Magistrate. Regina v. Eliza Lyons.-Prisoner was brought up under the Vagrant Act, and fined £3; in default, to be imprisoned for eir weeks. egina v. Eliza Lyons.-Drunkenness. Fined £2; or, forty.-eight hours in the cells. ROSTER roa JUr. -5, P. A. Forbes and H Challinor; 8, T. Panton and J. Ranken; 12, T. De L. Moffatt and Dr. Lucas; 16, G. Fairnloth and B. Oribb; 19, T. Bowlands and E. W. Lamb 23, J. Fleming and G. H. Wilson; 26, B. J.; Smith and 1. Panton: 80, J. P. Bell and G. H. Wilson.
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
IPSWICo MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. T?E usual weekly meeting of the Municipal Council twas held on Wednesday afternoon. Present:--The 'Mayor and Aldermen' Thompson, Watkins, John. ston, Plnne, Bethune, and O'Maley:. . The minetesof the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The report of the Overseer of Works was read, in which it was stated that.eix men and two horses were employed during the week... ENIDOWflNT OF THE COrPnaAIo?rN. The MaYot stated that he had been in communi. cation with two of the members for Ipswich with reference to the petition to the Asiembly, agreed upon at last meeting, of the Council, and. he had coma' to ian understanding with them. that the memorial had better not be presented until til, Colonial Secretary's Bill foi the Endowment of Cor porations'had beeni brought in. WHARPAQE hUES, Alderman Berra?E said that he perceived from one of the bye.laws that it would not be competent for the Council to entertain the motion standing in his name at the present meeting...
THE LATE FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
THE LATE PATAL ACCIDENT. A Prmetr, interest has been created in the public mind during the last two days, in consequence of a lamentable accident, whereby a beautiful and accom plished lady, a wife and a mother, met with a violent death, and the lives of three other persons were placed in jeopardy. The particulara of the accident are given in the following evidence taken by Colonel Gray in a Magisterial Enquiry as to the cause of death of the deceased: Allan Hiekey, now of Ipsweih, being duly aworn, state: I left the Clarendon Hotel, Ipswich, yesterday afternoon, about three oe'look, in my carriage drawn by two horses ; in the carrinage were my wife (the deceased Anna Amelia Hickey), my child, and servant girl ;. the horses I was driving were strange to me, I had bought them that morning; I proceeded about a mile and a half on the road when I perceived something wrong with the harness; I turned them round, to come back and get it altered; after turning them round they commenced gall...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
Wirsa the present issue the Ipswiel .Herald enters upon the third year of its existence. A space of two years is but a short time in the life either of -a man or of a newspaper. But the brief period of our career as journalists has been more eventful, and will prove more important to this colony in its results, than ten times the number of past or future years. Two years ago there was no such colony as Queensland. This was then a remote and neglected district of New South Wales. We entered upon self-government without much apparent prospect of taking any but a petty and subordinate position as regards the neigh bouring colonies. Two years have elapsed, and a Government has been organised upon a sound and permanent basis. Our Parliament, com posed of untried politicians, has settled in a statesman-like manner great political questions which older colonies and more experienced politicians have found it impossible to solve. The Government and Legislature of this infant colony have been...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
?4ocal anlb miutrict Nelnu. T CHORAL -SocinYar. -This truly valuable local institution, we are happy to say, bo again revivbd under most favourable aiuspce. Judgipg from theweekly at. tendance, the attention bestowed by the singing mem bars, and the persevering seal with which their talented conductor, Mr. Wilson, prosecutes his aiduone task, we think we may congratulate the publiooan the prosperous state of an institution in every way ealculated both to refine and instruct. If we f ifge t offera suggestion to the members of the,?oeiety, we thiokit would be agraoe ful act, could thia do so with a proper regard for their floanoes, to open the biw Hall?f the Sohool of Arts with a coioert, devoting theapioeeds to its benefit.' Of ooaure, we are not ignorat o th f ts, that the Society has a u;im'rous body of subscribers who are entitled to.troe admission to the Sooiety's concerts; but we would .appeal tothe Society generally, if they could not forego tlheir prlrileges on this one occasi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
BUSINESS DIRECTORf. Wa intend to publish the names, addresses, a.d pro tessions of our business advertisers, under the above heading, once a week if possible. Should we have omitted anyof our advertisers' names we hope they wilt ma? e it known to us, and we shall be glad to add them. PRODUCE Manoxnrrs. Hassell and Co., East-street. Gray, Walter, Bremer-street. Panton and Co., Bremer-street. Crates, William, Brisbane and Wharf streets. Wilson, G. I. and Co., Limeetane-street. BruDEans, &e. Bethune, Donald, Brisbane-street. Shenton, Samuel, West-street. ATrOTIONEEB& Fattorint.and Co, East"street. Coelburn, H. M., Nicholas-street" Craies, William, Brisbane and Wharf streets. Mort and 4o., Pitt-street, Sydney. AccouNTANTr. E. C. Mackenzie, Nicholas-street STORaS, WaHOLSaaE M IRETAIL Besser, William, Brisbane-street. Cribb and Foote (General), Bell-street. Davis C., corner of East and Brisbane Streets. Fleming, J., (Flour and Grain) East-street. Hendren and Co., "(General...
BRISBANE. Thursday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
BRISBANE. tBr Etacrzco TarsEoaanP3 Thunday, p.m. JI the Legislative Council, this day, the Meessge and Besolutions with respect to Immigration Regulations, 1 which were sent up from the Asseembly, were considered in Conmittee and agreed to. The .sevene and Audit Bill was read a eeoond, tiie. The Draft on Bankers Bill was resa a third time and pased. ,n the Assembly, foe petitionsin favonrof the Tram. way Bill were received . . The Bepoot of the Committee on the Supreme Court Constitution Amendment Bill was adopted, and the bill read a thir time. The Medical il, after an opposition kept tpby SMesrs. Frett and B.Cribb. for two hours, pased? through Committee. At the Poliace Oce, Mr. W. MWoungal wo. hound; ove to keep the peace towards the eev. D. iL sinlab, himsncf in £100, and twoansreties in £50 each. The brigPiince Albert hasavrried from Melbourne.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 5 July 1861
MARRIAGE. On the 2nd July, at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich, by the Rev. W. McGinty, Mr. William Casey to Miss Bridget Costelloe, both of Ipswich, and both late of county Limerick, Ireland. DEATHS. On the 27th June, at Ginahgullah, near Sydney, the residence of her son (John Fairfax. Esq., of S. M. Herald), Mrs. Ellzabeth Fairfax, aged 83 years, grandmother of Mr. Fairfax, of Brisbane. On the 3rd July, at Ipswich, Annie Amelia, the beloved wife of Allan Hickey, Esq., aged 29 years.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
Mu' CoXEN's motion, on Friday last, for the appointment of a Select Committee on the Tramway Bill, gave rise to a discussion of a very edifying description. Mr. MOEFATT pro. posed that the Committee should be appointed byballot; and brought up the question as to whether members. of the Assembly who were connected with the Compan y were qualitne to sit on the Committee. Upon this, some honourable gentlemen who have been advertised as being members of the Provisional Committee, announced that they had no pecuniary'interest in the Company. The conclusion, of course, follows either that, as was the case with Mr. tarr, their names must have been used with out their permission, or that they lent their influence entirely upon public grounds, and without being personally interested in the suc cess of the undertakiqg. The latter being the more charitable inference we accordingly adhere to it. The reports that are current as to the number of shares taken up by one or two of the gentlemen allu...
IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
•IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUMNCL. .Aw aljourned meeting of the Municipal Council ,was held on Thursday, for the purpose Of receiving -the Report of the Legislative Committe who hod teen directed to prepare bye-laws dealing with the nuestion o!f onforcing-the payment of the rent of the :wharves. The following Report was brought up.: " The Legislative Committee beg to lay before the Council the following bye-laws in reference to the leasing of wharves, andto carryout the resohl tions of the Council in that behalf: " . Every person requiring wharfage most apply l0rothe same in writing totbheTowaYletk -. "2. As soon as any land for wharfage purpoqen shall have been alloted to any person, the Corpoa tion shall be entitled to receive Tent .for the sa m from the time of buch allotment, at the rate of &a. pDer foot frontage to the river per annum,, payable alffyeadl, in .dvance. Land shall be considered :alloted whenever the same has been measured get and staked in, pursuance of .a applic...
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 4. AUSTRALIAN SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
PARLIAMET OF QUEJISLAND. (Abridged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 4. AUSTRALIAN SURVEY. Dr HOBBS laid on the table certain papers relativeto a topographical survey of Australia. Ordered to. be printed. REVENUE AND AUDIT BILL. On the motion of Dr. HOBBS this Bill was read a second time and its committal fixed for Thursday next. IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. The House went into committee for the ptrpose of considering -the Immigration Regulations, as agreed to 'by the Assembly. The 6th lause being a mere repetition, was struck out the remaining clauses were assented to without opposi tion. PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY. The Resolutions transmitted from the Assembly on the previous day were passed without amendment. DRAFT ON BANKERS' BILL. This Bill was read a third time and passed, after some objection by Dr. FULLERTON, who objected to the clause relative to crossed cheques. The House adjourned at 26' minutes past 4 o'lock, until 3 o'clock on Wednesday next.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JULY 4. PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Taunanss, Ju-er . PETITIONS. Petitions in favour of the formation of a Tramroad as proposed by the projeocted Tramway Oomianny, were presented from inhabitants of Toowoomb' Darling Downs, Maranoa, and Dalby, "by "sere. WATTS, TAYLOR, FERRETT, and COXE1N'iepettively. Mr. RB. CRIBB presented a petition" from Messrs. eaoiter and Jones, praying for compensation for. hvaing destroyed a large number of diseased sheep, afficted with catarrh, previous to the passing of the act, awarding compensation So owners of sheep afflicted with infestions disease, for the destruction of such sheep, SUPREME COURT BILL. On the motion of the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, this Bill was re-committed with the vew.of inserting a new clause proposed on the previous evening 'by Mr. Lilley. Mr. LILLEY proposed the clanse giving creditors the power to seize .the goods of an abscedingdebtor, which was carried, and the report was then nopted. The third reading was set down for Wednesday nest. * MEDICAL BI...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
LIST OF ?:fETS. Town. Brisbane-street ......... Mr. Whitehead, bookseller Little IpswiLch........... Mr. Johnston, storekeeper CouaraY. Sydney (George2street) Mr; A. Lewis Brisbane e?en-street) Mr. J. Goodwyn, stationer Mr. '. Dowse Fortitude Volley......... Mr. G. Smith, chemist Kangaroo Point ......... Mr. Quinn arwirk ................. Mr. Kingafor to storekeeper Canal Creek ............ Mr. P. Liddy, storekeeper Toowoomba ............... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper ocklhampton .......... Mr. L. Sandel Calandooa ..*........... Mr. W.lliott. 4 e Iro , nm ln
FRIDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
FaDAnY, JULY 5. The SPEAKER took the chair at ten minutes piAt thse. POSTPONEMENT. On the motion of. Mr. LILLEY the report of the Standing Orders comssittee was postponed till Tuesday hr. CHIBD aio pootl the motion stndlift in MORETON BAY TRAMWAY COMPANY. i Mr. COXEN brooght forward the motion standing in his name. "I. That the Tramway Company Bill be re ferred for the consideration and report of the Select Committee. 2. That such Committee consist of the following members:-The Honorable the Colonial See retary, Messrs. Taylor, Eojds, Ferett, Fleming, Rafl and the mover. The motion was seeondelty Mr. R. CRIBB. Mr. MOFFATT, in piposing that the committee should be appointed by IMlot, said that perhaps it would not be out of place to make the inquiry whether it would be competent for members of the House con nected with the company to te appointed to the select committee. The SPEAKER replied that in his opinion it would depend upon the nature of their connection with the company. Unie...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
IMPORTS. Telegraph: 15 ecses apples, P. Dowling; 2cases galanlsed iron, I stov,, I grate, I bundle pots, 2 bundles sundries, I nest tubs, I bundle mats, I cask oil. I rolllead pipIng, 8boxes glass. 2 kegs nails, It hobgshead sundries, RI. Alanad; I hogsheasd um, 2 hogsseads wine, I hogshead brandy, 10 cases gin, 2 chests tea, I truss, 10 bhogsheads rum, 22 casks beer, box ralm?laIs, I box currants, 1 box fruit, 1 keg apples, 2 eases pickles, 6 cases cilder, I keg, I case confectionary, W. Gray ; I ease il, E. W. Robinson, 12 bundles matting, Cnbb and Peste; I hogshead brandy, 5 chests tea, . 1. lie?ssell ;i feece tobarco, l quarter-eask gin, 10l cases gin. 3 bogsheads brandy, S packages zinc, IT. G1 1; 1 barrel eureots, 1 ease ehocolaste, 3 caes lamps, I truss leather, I case magnesia, I bundle candle ?icks, I truss, 5 boxes glass, I ease dmap.ry, I piano, 2 trunks, 2 cases confectionery, 1 ease oil, I ease j s, 5s drums oil, 1 package 3 kegs Lails, 1 ease currants, Srsses, -, asks,...
SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 9 July 1861
SUPPLY. On the motion of the COLONIAL TP.EASURER the House resolved itself into a Committe of Supply. The COLONIAL TREASURER proposed tie folfowing item, which was poased without debt'er Cu:toms Department.-Wide Bay, .11141.; Port Curtis, 8081.: Eockhampton, 9931. The following items were carried without debate:- Expenses of bonded store at Ipswich, 5001. Pilot Board fees, 1501.; Steam Navigation Board ditto, 601. ZThe COLONIAL TREASARER proposed the next item for the Post Office. Salaries.-Postmaster-General, 6001.; Clerk, lost class, 3001.; 2 Clerks, 2nd class, 4001. ; Clerk, 3rdclass, 1001.; Sorting and delivery clerk, 2001.; Postmaster Brisbane, 3501.; ditto Ipswich, 3501.; 20 country postmasters, 650 .; 5 letter earriers, at 1201. each (3 at Brisbane, 2 at Ipswich), 6001.; messenger and sorter, 1081.; con tinoenries, 505. ; onveyance of mails, 12,0451. The COLONIAL TA?ASUIRER explained that the work of the ddpartment had increased so much that it would be necessary soon to appo...