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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 23rd JULY. WHARF AT MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAT, 23rd JULY. WHARF AT MARYBOROUGH. Mr. HALY presented a petition for a public wharf at Maryborough, signed by the Mayor and Corporation of that municipality. The COLONIAL SECRETARY opposed its recep tion, on the ground that there was something Snore than appeared on the face of the petition. At the time that the lease of the wharf was put up for public competition, a combination was formed among the merchants that only one party should bid, and it was consequently knocked down to him for £5 per annum, and the mer. chants divided the profit arising from the wharf amongst them. The lease was granted for five years, and would not expire for a considerable time. He was sorry to have to make such a statement, but he had authentic infor mation on the subject, and, in consequence, should op pose the reception of the petition. Mr. BLAKENEY corroborated the statement of the Colonial Secretary, and said he knew the facts of his own knowledge. Mr. GORE said that th...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
COMMERCIAL. MR. COCKBURN reports the sale of the rartha Station, together with 4450 shee?, at 15s. per head. Stores, implements, &c., ste., to be taken at a valuation. The following produce has been received:-At the tores of Messrs. }. iH. Wileon and Oo.--7 aalks tallow, TW & Co. At the stores of Messrs. W..Gray and Co. - balts sheepskins, 28 hidese, Mt & Ly; hogsheads tallow, 81 hides, H & FI.
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
IPSWICH POLICE COURT. TuBsuYc, JuLY 23. BEgPas the Mayor and G. H. Wilson, Esq. H. Tozercharged W. Devine with assaulting him. From the evidence it appeared that eomplainnt, had been' playing with others at cricket. The ball was 'lost, and complainant went to Devine's house to ask for it, having been informed that it was there. Defendant was stated: to have abused complainant and to have caught him by the threat and clapped his face. Fined £1, and 10s. costs. Roase vola JLuv.--26, B. J. Smith and J. Panton; 80, j. P. Bell and G. Ii. Wilson.
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 23. COOLIE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. (Abridged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 23. COOLIE IMMIGRATION. Mr. BROWN presented a petition from a number of the inhabitants of Maryborough, praying that facilities might be granted for the introduction of Coolie labourers, as sanctioned by law at Mauritius. AUDIT BILL. Mr. MACDOUGALL moved the rescission of the vote arrived at by the Council on the 17th instant, by which theadoption of the report from the Committee on the Revenue and Audit Bill was ordered for consi deration that day six months. He thought the fact of the Bill having passed through most of its stages in both houses proved that it had received the approval of hon. members. All had admitted the necessity of such a measure, and that the Bill in question was a good one ; but, by some sudden impulse, hon. members not being able to get exactly what they wanted in detail, the motion of the previses Wednesday had been hurriedly agreed to, and he believed that som...
DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
DARLING DOWNVS. ToowooxmA VOLUNTEEB RILE Coare.--In ac. cordance with a requisitidh to the Mayor, signed by fifteen persons, a meeting for the purpose ofeliciting public opinioo as to the advisability of establishing a Volunteer Rifle Corpsin this township was held in the Argyle Rooms on Saturday evening last. The Mayor having read the 'idvertisement convening the meeting, declared it open, whe .R. H:D. White, J.P., was unanimously voted in the chair. The chairman having erplalned the objects of the meet ing, two resolutions were passed; to the effect that the meeting considered it desirable to form a Volunteer Corps, ahd that the Mayor be requested to write to the Colonial Secretary to ascertain what assistance the government would be likely to give .o the movement. A list was opened in the room. Ohronicle. PIMARnY EnnoAlIoN.-A general committee necting of the above was held on Monday evening last in the Council Chambers. Present: R. Dexter, chairman, and Messrs. Groom, Ballard, Li...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
TO CORRBSPONDEN?rS. ao notice can. be taken of anonymous ,anoruni cations. Whatever is intended for insertion, ?must be authenticated by th name and address of The woriter; not necessarily for publication, but as Saguarantee of his good fasth. We cannot undertak to return rejected communi cstions.. [hile our columns will be always open to the insertion of correspondence on subjects of local and general interest, we do not, by any. means, /iold ourselves responsibe for the sentiments that 'may be expressed.] alt *puibt 3traW. FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1881.
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
DIARY. MEeOnanDA TO NEXTr rastrcAZor. r. I ses. Sets. I Morn. 1 Aftern 26 1 FazDAY ....... I 6 46'1 6 25 I I 260 . 146 27 I SAToDAy ...... I 6 46 26 1 2 10 2( 2 26 I SsUNr ...... 1 6 4e 1 0 96 ( 2 64 8 18 2O9 MONrAT ........ 1 6 45 ! , .7 I 1 ?8 4 .0 AUousr. SO-I T0nT ...... I 6 45 1.5 27. ( 4 21 I 408 J ( WOEonsOAT ... 1 .6 44i 6 28 1 6 I 5 60 1 l TaUOsDAY ..... ! 6 44 2 26 65 ) 610 'The dlfeni?e in tine between high water at the Bar and Brisbane is i hour 42 minutes, and Ipwleb 5 hours 25 minutes, -hleh d/fermee must be?dded to the time o high wateron the 3ar. The easterly winds on the ols , the May,and the leshen in he river, often esause a variatlon 'ro our tabl, but these am An?ely accidental, and governed by nonown ,aw. Jthoee ubscrriberO to the Ips?o?rcth Herald who do oot _ oeeive their paersreulrly, would' confer .a favour on the MSanager inn diately informing him of the oupe.
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
3Local anil ?Jitrfit XirDn. WEEKLY RETerN Or THa PATIENvS IN I FWeC HoSPITAL.-Por the week ending 26th July, 1861: Number of patients in the House, 25 males, 1 female. Admitted, 1; Discharged, 1. Total, 2i.W.W. Abraham, Resident Apothecary. MuWCIPAL COUNCIL.-The usual weekly meeting was not held on Wednesday as usual, owing t the absence of a quorum. Those present were Aldermen Johnstone, Stanley, and Watkins. The Mayor could sarcely be expected to attend, having been sitting all day in Petty Sessionsto hear appeals against the Muni cipal assesament. TeB LrTE LAND SALE produeed the sum of £5310, inclusive of £6 for deed fees. Of this amount £1030 was realised from town allettments. The Corporation willreoeive half this unm, £515, in accordance with the nadowmentastl aofthe Mnuiicipalities' Act Amendment )ill, m *a AsaahBmeasure beoaeu law.I TaAi nbEosNa?ei A. aBP s.-Thae were 152 appeals ' against tib Municipal Assessment on Wednesday. Of these there were 8 cases in which either the...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
Wa seem to be already threatened with an educational crisis. Scarcely twelve months have passed away since we were favoured with *thecompletepettlement of the entire question of education. Each departmentof this import ant subject was. duly considered and amply provided for. All at once we found ourselves faobus. We were envied by surrounding colonies and flattered by Imperial senators. Nothing came amiss to usin the was of legisl-. tion. Problems which had baffled the ingenuity of ages were solved and settled by us in aday ; and while looking at his country with its "navigable rivers, fruitful plains," &c., &c., many a young Queenslander sympathised with the Poet who said As in a cradled Hercules, we traee The lines of empires in thine intant face. It was too much to expect that, in the midst of our excitement about a year ago, we should address ourselves calmly to the difficulties of legislation. The sight of a Governor, a Par liament, and a Colony, all bran new, w...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 26 July 1861
BIRTHS. On the 22nd July, at South Brisbane, the wife of Mr. S. Peter- so, of a daughter. On the 15th July, at Mount Brisbane, the wife of W. M. Bowman, Esq., of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 22nd day of June, at Rockhampton, by the District Registrar, F. N. Beddeck, Esq., James Atherton, Esq., of Rose- wood, to Mary Paterson, second daughter of Arthur Paterson, Esq., County Cavan, Ireland, Great Britain. On the 15th July, at Claremont Cottage, Rockhampton, by special license, by the Rev. J. Sutton, Daniel Connor, of Collaroy, Isaacs River, second son of the late Captain Connor, of Her Majesty's 73rd Regiment, to Elizabeth Ellen, eldest daughter of the late Willam Gibson, Esq.
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
DI2AY. NEMOXA D o NZZTOU4 mE LICA?1ON. S Sun' IlghWatesnlta Ju° |y. .sej. I Rets.. Mote.. Aft.,' ,0" TUEasAY ...,,. I * 4 I 6 ,I 4. .8 4 a 1o 2 I WmYDr ..... I 0 4 I4 | 84 I 62" I~~~~~ ~ ~ I RRDY 0 4 S r 83 2jI'iu ITODI··. I 8 44! 624! SSOj 462 4 I Snon ..... I 6 42 I 5 28 , 7 n ^ , • S....' ........ I ?4* I ,! 44 b484 The difteece i1. time betwee high ateIr at the lar and Brisbeneis | hour,4 minutes, and Ipswieb 4 hours 84 minute., .hieh dif'erence must be added to the time a high water on the Sat. ?Theeasteerly win.sntheeou t the Bay, andthe ermbe. in herihert omeeleu.e •variiatonf.rom omittable, but thes are uereeyuecldieudel aud goeened by ao kewn inn. Those Subseoribers to the pswkih Herald who do not rooeive their papers regusly would confer a favour on tho Msansgerby immediately informing him of the same.
TOOWOOMBA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
ToowooanA CaBIorr CLu.-A meeting of the supporters of this cricket club was held at Mr. Witham's, Queen's Arms Hotel, on Friday night last. After a protracted discussion the following resolution was agreed to on the motion of Mr. Elbourne, seconded by Mr. Johnson--"That Mr. Boulton, as Treasurer of the Toowoomba Cricket Club, be requested to call a public meeting of those who feel themselves interested in this Clb, on Sriday, the 26th inetant."-Gazette. MARraAsE rI ABOoIGINAL LIFE.-AIn interesting ceremony, witnessed by a large congregation, took place at the Church of England School-room, Ararat. on Tuesday last-the marriage of two aboriginals, Charles Gambier and Fanny Moorel, by the Rev. P. Hsoman. Both havb been members of the Church of England for years. The bridegroom, a fine looking aboriginal, was a native of Mount Gambler, and has been brought up in civilized life from his childhood. The bride has received some education, is very intelligent, and has been a teacher in ai Su...
THURSDAY, JULY 25. NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
TUasDaY, Jnor 25. NATIVE POLICE COItMIITTEE.. Mr. MACALISTER, in rising to renew the debate upon this report, for the adjournment of which he bad moved yesterday, said that, although he could not award the report very high praise as a literary production, yet, looking at it with reference to the voluminous evidence with which it was aeompanied-looking at it also with reference to the important subjectof which it treated it was certainly a production deserving the anxious atten tion of evey hon. member of that House. It appeared to him that an immense amount of irrelevant evidence had been introduced in the course of the examinations. Ict seemed also as thougl~i several members of the com Initteehad indnlged themselves`in the amusement of endeavouring to extract from each witness examined cvidernce to support their own peculiar views upon some particular crotchet One hon. member had evidently, from his line of examination, taken it into i his head that fearful and unnatural practices...
LIST OF AGENTS. TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
LTST OF AGENTS. Town. Brbae.tret ......... . Whitehead, ookeefer L.lle rpawiehh........... Mr. Johnstone Comernr. Sydney (George-street) r. A. Lewis Briekee (Queen-.stree) Mr. 1. Goodw, stationer Mr. T. Dowse Fortu de Valley......... Mr. G. Smith cemist Kageroe int ........ Mr. Qitinn W a ist' M.............. Mr. ingeford, etorekeeper C rek Crete . Mr. P. Lddy, storekeeper 'boomwnba ........... Mr. Bennett, storekeeper Rkh manpto e .... ... . L. Sandel . Ceise s............... Mr.W.iot,. _- ... .
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
T"elegrab: 2 cse.:l guik saPook ; scuk eumats, 28 Csr hams,4casl?sftut,5.soUs.j ? S oaes caodles, I casebaroa, n.nsell ; bogleathe, a kegs ails, Gorry; 42 bar. Ion. 4rouls trn, 2ote IpbLorks, I ? Mtoerks,T. B. Jones; I se, Wixtehes; 4~sb n ,gss . ..8yd eys 68 eaus negar, ?eases pegs, 6 l ., eoase, 2 tables, 2 roesoil, 2boxes rashloia. .Le$cr;'2 ltrsakE. goeon'h; ease. W. Heodren; boes oo el,, 2- kegs salts, I hogabe?d sundrles, b ak, t bunddler tpe banues spades. I bundle shoveol, £ packages, B. Benjamin; 2 aesi fruit, .W4?k/so-; I pa?etl, MIss Garena l ease. Iealey ; 2 eabi tar, 4loggs; 4 bogs dadh comr, 22.ase gs glr ed Iron, a . C. Wbatei pareetE.B. Pita; 2csas, Jones; ! case, E. Pesry; i nerottu, s bI0d[b broms, D. Corloll; I box, Cokbkurn; 42 bags salt, 6 kegs natts. 2 cask, Juases, 6 mats ,sugar, 0 bag cofiee, 20 bags loor. I eaoe bootsr' 2 baoe woolpakes, bore, 4 boxes soap, 4 eases oil stoers, I qrua.cr-eak limeJuice, 2 bogs dee, I boi, 2 eases wtues. 15 bags sugar, I truss,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
LEiGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TIatnscrD, JUL 25. BUSINESS BEFORE THE HOUSE. Mr. BALFOUR moved that the House, at its rising, adjourn until the next day, in order that the session Sshould be brought to a clos as soon os po.ssible. Aftlr some dirussios, in which ir. GALLOWAY, ,r. FITZ, and Mr. WOOD took part, the motion was put and passed. ROADS CLOSING BILL. Bead a third time and passed. LOAN BILL. On the motion of Mr. BALFOUR, the House re solved itself into a committee of the whole, for the par. pose of considering this Bill in detail. The first lause giving power to the Government to aia-hssoney bhr cy of loan, excited some discussion, but was ultinmately passed without division. Clause 2, tter soeme remarkt from Lr. BROWN, the PREBSIDENT, Mr. BALFOUR, and Mr. MACDOU GFALL, was passed witloutcameudment. In elanse 6, enacting that the interest shallbe a pri mary charge on the'revenue, Mr. BIGGE moved an amendment to the effeot that tAhe seeuritsy, "., should appear 'on the face of the debe...
FRIDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 30 July 1861
r ~ L¶,t~! JottY £2. ~t~p~ flmw T ~k bs clairat 20O oninuts ·p~si ?.'.:?:. . u-q. . .. : SI~inF IT smpsed tdow resolutions :-i te a t o and in a loya .~of~ier ·PrincipDaT - e taryt4fiee for Hebruary 26th, ¶si hhiehehe liasnestof sland Is regnested ar ei.tp t ofthbe Sap C?ot Bill passedin : ,tha si 0,s , ~ rich at'o MarJTseC ahrotycbe i' ayoefS12 00 Ter anorlm, as proided. for the jdsefthiaiss soer Majety's Orderi O tl of ne 6th, 1859. (2.) That it pis From bi on icial correapondence-lnid SFore he~ .gisltie oaen the 29th SMay, 1860, p. 453 m~rintz~el o of the session of 860, that Mr. Jtice i .a n yche. elaimed on theseparation of this olony, to resume hisseaet on the bsanch at Sydney, as being to afl intenia and purposes a Judge of New South Wales, and thathe also originally ansserted his right of aopeal to the Privy Ceancisel, as lying against New Soint ~Wales. (S3.) hat if it was intended by the framer ofthe Orderin Council that the udge&o the new solony ab?old reseire the ...