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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
QEEN5LAVB FARI1A3LENT. , (AhrMaea from thr Conrir*.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TflCRfnAV. .IlXE 2rt. The PKKSIDEST took ti»e chair sit a quar ter pi«t S o'clock, and opened the proceed ings with praver. WATER POIJCE BIfA Mr. 1IAK1US asked the Att»rncy-Gcnc. ral — Whether tlie Govenimcut intend to hrinrr forward any measure rliis session to osfcildisn a Water Police Fnrec ? Ths ATTOKVEY-lTEXKBAt replied that a sum of moiiRV li:»d bt-cu placeil on the £ta|Mjl.HLnunt»ry lvAtiuiat4-s f.ir that purpose. DAYS OF SITTING. The ATTOKXKY-ttEKEUAL said, that as the P.ietiiml Occupation Bill was to come on for consideration in Commit (ve on Tues day nuxt, and there was every probability of the Ortsrn Lands Committee's report beinjj ivadv for presentation on Monday next, it wonld. (leriwps, lie advisable to adjourn at their rising to that da~. in order to give time to consider the report before entering into a discnsKion as to th? merits of the Pastoral Occupation Bill on the succcding day. He would ...
THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
~ arrrR po^v^^J^sJ Fium the Toowonmba papers. TnE Dabuxo Downs Afinicci.TrnM. Pnow. ? Our rcaderc arc aware that the shore takes place -jn the 1 1th «f the ensninpmonth. We believe the yards are now finished, and that no pains will he spared in any of tin; luraneemcnts requisite to render tiie phnir as attractive as possible. We have heard that a band nf music Jias fcenn enpigcd for the dav, ?»1iieh. no doubt, will enliven the scene considerably. As mil iusccn by our ndvertisinc cnlumiie Mr. A I ford will offer for silc the day siiuseqnent to Uic show a splendid lot of thoroughbred horses, and also a very fine lot of rants. We have heard of several very fine horses and cows, one of the latter fronTEton Vale ire believe cannot be surpassed. The VoKrncmnvG Rnc&-. — Everything has (tone «n very well nnd there is every prospect of a first claf s race meet encli as lias not bsc n seen on the Downs before, and such as will equal, if it does not eclipse tlic late North Australian m...
FRIDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
FainAY. Jckf. 27. Tfjiom orn ?-«?-? ronBEsroKj-EST.] Tlic SPEAKER took tlie dwir attwonty minutes psist ten. In answer to Mr. Forbes, the MTNISTER for LAN1-S said that the deed of grant is sued to the trustees of the recreation ground at Ipswieh did not reserve the* right of all the roads as delineated by the Surveyor General. On Kir. HERBERTS motion tlmt the Honse at its risinsr. mljournto a later hour, snd also sit. on Monday in each wccV.. a brief delate ensned. in thecouroe of which, Mr. TAYIA-R desired t« know if the busi ness would be finished by thnt day wrok. He considered that there -n-a^ nntkins of snfficient imnnrtance to keep the House after thnt period. ThcCOLONIALSECRETARYr-xnlnined the House desired to pass certain bills, but wfero equally desirous to accelerate t)ic Inuii ness as much as possible for the conveni ence rt? oonnbry nMAntient.' Mr. JOXES thought that, swincr the im portance of the Insolvency Bill, tlio PnliH cnas' Act. and also Keeiny that the csttlc sho...
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
MA.it Aii3Bfe3fe-rrs at Tan *- ? . ? r POSf^OirFICE. **k Tininr. Sinndir ci- in»Uy. Sundny ex EaBin flcq.icJ.Dp.il-. -a..?^l. Tpm. _i ? I lTm*dn\ll-!O a-3L [Tbu-fdir and Son **nro™1'* i] fdav.Spja. I -I»r. S ,..in. ife™- iirwrtw.Il-ai '»-Pra»l*r '* *??»- «- HP»--rox V] rtiUr s „_„,_ 1 .Ur.Spjn. «r.™.~ iiJIoa*«j:.iaaiii.«.}«mwiij»ndSno. y«.Tiy-o*^ ifiyyltr. 8 jjjg Wlif. K nit, j The ftn-5oin- Mills arrive at tiieir desti nation Mr-fol!o*ro: — * B«i=bax«*.. ISJaUy. Saintly cxcuptei 10 #?? . » ?«.-». TooyonMBV Vrtlrtesiay, It a.m.; Situr DrXxtost ? Atjedaeahv, noou ; Saturday, #*airicx .. Tu»s4jp, 4Tp .m. ^Batnrusy, Jb* - 11 ft,TO. KiXi^ao' Friday. -n-K-n. t'Th^ following Miili are contingent for ti*li-i -ra the strrirali -»f the streimers ; .lad f«*r th?*n faI(^i arranC'W5r.t3 are m^ilc as ai- mnst IJJcclx V- *-i« ?tpnMic counsni :nee. viz. : . ' to-i, evirr attnm-it-* Sanday. »-r Mi.n dir, a« nVilM in the l-i*ar piiwis -jf *' th- ^™-vi., is Pri Uysnil S-ttm-Aiy. New Smith \Vi'--* aii...
GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
CAED'XIKG C-VT-HNPAU FOU JU.xK. VsXtt AND KlTl'HES lliCnES.— I'Mceinl with Jir prjjunj nf vin-s, and !ine bctw-:ea .?i!):»aar.-. tnuUa.iwor, So. TUis should l« ft-e^tie+irjy d--uu t,j t-l:t,- ^n-vvinir*TOf» tljr;-n.i:!j tlu! vviiitor. S»w 1\-T iicocsji-jii, brocoii a.t-.l-»nii9.-.r.»r. Flowkb fj.v^.1.''^; axii SiiEram:!:iE«. — As plmts. wnii'li it miv In -W«irn:il ; tos'i'u^r S-f.irf tl«-v ;ir,- iiii:ir~.-.1. *'j.i-j!iS li.- iur.it'iiUy e irvm\. ^hen tii-jra is ;li« li;.ist e mse to nwivs, f'o. S'w ti: i=l''';rin!r a %ol-.\ Rtnck uf ctitliTT-«t»I* ncttiiii.iT, *^rstaia:ns. f^ischia, loi' «pr:ni; nsi\ Fiz*:'t. — ^'^ct pjt^tn»s. ya^?, arro^rr-.irt':, t'lin-.-. liv-.em-. aiil all kinds of gr.i.« s-i-a.-- f»- nisnm'S niir still fw «ira.
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
3STOT3E3 A.7STD 3SXEV5TS ?»tn. Hiroprs's J'OfssATi .ivai. EvrrnT.us wrvT.— In the Hall of the Pob™-l of Arts, on Tliursdnv eveninir last Sir. Harry JTomlin jravc Vis £rand potyuational entertaiimiont. son^s and iuUni.Wons of nntioniil ttnrn^ter. There was a mitneroii*: aiidit'ini-, whosi1 re iterated nlanditt testified to tliVir aimrolm titm of tlioir cnierUiner's sliililies. At the finale Mr. Hnndin announced that on Sntur Aay fthis) cvenlnff he -n-ouM repeat the en tertainment, tbc proceeds being for the beneSt of the SchooJ nf Arts. The In-scrjlsce Poucies. — It should lie borne in mind by those wrho trlsh t.i insur? their premises against Cro inthcQnecnriand Tnsnranee Compnny. t!i»tapp'icati»ns to tlic Head Office. Brisbane, must I«? sent in oa or bofarc Tuesday, tbe 1st. Tnc Directors will meet ou the 3rd Jnly to accept risks. The Deer, op SETTLfiMEVT op the QuEEjrsi.AX« Issciivycz Oomtasy. — ^TLis deed will be luiil before the shareholders this evening, at Mr. Gill's residence...
THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. (From_ tie JOnmtJ&'^hi^.'---'- -— « *rrn«¥Mt-iMh-5-jngeTncnnSward5 the close of last month noticed tie names of the Rnyal CommissiouJr* appointed by the Qut-en to represent her Majesty at die' open- ing of the Exhibition, which it was her ilaje-sty's desire should bear as much as possible the character -ii' a national cure nion v. The. couimissioneis are : his Royal Highness iho Duke of Cambridge, K.v!., liu Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord High Chancellor, tiie Earl »f J-.;rbr. K.ii,, tho L.ir.1 CJianiherJaiu, and Viscount i'alii'.irefoii, KAi_ tJ.CB. For the past mouth the crash in ths build ing appeared to render the opening on the let of May a Ehccr^inipossibiiity, JOp to ivitliia a feir days all was chaos and con tusion. Heaps rt packing cases lay about in disorder, choking up every foot of space, and an ainonnt of work remained to be done which scsincd utterly out of the question in soskmts. space of dmn. By dint, ho were...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
__ — — — — ft-gig« a ivnp Pfkom ocb owx coBeksponbcxt.I Thr nominee House this session have ex hibited wonicrfnl powers of distuctiveness, they are liout upon sran.shingeverj-tii!!)^ and everybody that comes in their way. Their la-it praisBwm-rJiy foot in tlie crushing line is their annihilation of tha Constitution BUI. TiiisineMsme Iihs been ignominiriuslv kicked out by th-: [jords after a brief debate. Tent trnrnx. no dnulit yon would say. It is rather curious tn ouscrvc. however, that the princi pal featnre in tiie eondnct of the CouuciL during die present ecssion. is to destroy whatever niimstire is piss fid in the Assembly. Tlie Upper Ilonsc BUI. having been defeated. tlie Klectnral Bill witliArawu, and die Con stitution Bill kicked out, oae cannont, under all the circumstances, congratulate tlie ministry on tlic snecess of their maiden efforts lit Cunstitation Reform; and yet. in spits of this ACCUDiubitint] nf defeats, the philosophic and patriotic men adhered to their pusts....
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 'WEDJTEfDAV. JrSE 3STB. i Tlie SPEAKER t.wk the chair at twenty i cizht minutes pnst throe. ! STAMPING OHUERS OOjmrnTEE I The COLOXIAL SECEETAUY brought np_ a report from the Standing Orders Com mittee, rceommendinff that certain altera tions be ma.lc in the Standing- Orders, nainclv: — I. That if any ineailrer absent himself from the House for three consecu tive davs diirinr the session, without the consent of the House snch member shall be adjudged to have been guilty of con tcniTit, and will he liable to a fi'n(sof£2o! 2. That any member counting out the lions? shall be deemed to bp present, whe fher he is or not, when the Speaker counts the IToiiso. He would move that the re p-iri be printed, and that it be considered in oimmittr-c the next dar. ' Mr. O'SKLLn'AS considered that the report allndcd to himself personally. He woyl.l move, as an amendment, that it be consiilen1..-! in rnrnmitrce on Tuesday next The SPEAKER could assure the hnn. njetn'i-r that th...
The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY JUNE 25, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
(Lk Ibrtlj gastralian. irsnrc/:, sArmn.ir.JC'xsa. ise .As euquirj- inta tho difficulties tLat liarfi Lituerto jjnppde;! the preliminary endeavours to introduce joint stock C5ii[wai.'s ia Qaeenshsd is a subject ?H-cll-wortbj tho at:,-atii,n of the paUIie. ?Toint stock e^iflpduiss, as a rulc- pn-- p-hv s'itiij airnatign t-j the public, ani *re_'~D''rally initi.it.-J tj carry O3t soras l»r-ject of ti.i g-.iat ma^aitido for imli rutail effort ,,r rvsvarccs. Yiwed in relation tn their effects on the projrrofs of n country, aul the ail afforded W thim in deraiopln:: Jjrtnaat souix-os of wealth, they dfeprve, ns well as lecal protection, such sr;-noral conatcuanee ani Mppjrt as thj'ntility of their un dertaking will justify. SInny of t!ia pr.ij«;U taken up by joint stnet enmpanio?, snefa as insar atiTe, banking, stoa-ni communication, pmriding 3 stipply of w.tter, and lights inc or draining of tomis, are works nere&ary tf- tbe'eqaira?rciii! pr3.«p?rity, -trell-bsiBjr, and general a...
FRIDAY, JUNE 27. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
Fkidav. Jctxe ST. Before the Police Marfstratc. John Stein, clwrjad with drunkenness, was ordered to forfeit his bail .jf £2. Billy, an aboriginal, charged with drnn ki-uness. was final Ss.. with ihc alternative of 2i hours in the cdls. P. S. UuoM Copley pli!atled guilty to allowing music in his licensed Iwjuso with out permission. Case postponed till to moiT»iv (uiis Jay). E£-!INA V. SOUS M*ASC1,TV. A case midor the Vagrant Act. in which tlie defendant vrasciurgitA witi asi;i~ tlircjt eiiini ianguagc. Casa postponed till tho 1st July. Bridget Fitzimmons pleaded guiltv to an infornmtkin ciiar^iu^ liur with allon-inff calves to stray in tha public streets, aud was fined 4s. ««!. co?ts. Abraham I5ro»va pi bailed guilty to a charge «f li.avin; allowed his teiiin of horses to. Stan 1 0:1 the public streets, anil was fined ly-.. and 4.5. -M. costs, or in default to be iiuprisoned fir 4S h-.mrs. HMMA Si'.VKKs V. MBS. COOliE. A n ,i-i i.ilt case. --o appearance of cither party. i-AVS» ASOE...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
QUEENSLAND PJQELI&BIENT. I LEGISLATmK COUNCIL. Vei&esdw, Jcsc 25.*' (Abridged from the Courier.) TffE PRESliJ^XT took the chair at ten minutes pist three o'clock ajid opened the proceedings with praver. APPOINTMENT O'/ A SECOND irjDGK Oa the motioa of Mr. WESTKKX WOOD, the House res.jived icself into a cuntni:*fc2c of tke whole f.ir^Iia purposs of considering tbe resolutions standing ia bis us mo, but in submitting the motion, he obtained lcire to make tils followiu* atnca&ineits, namely, the Substitution of tha H'ord 'now' in the first line ^for ** to- in arrow.' aud die substi tution in the the third line of tbj first res._-- luttan, of the words -another jud^o' in lieu i of the words 'Chief Justieo.' Ho thca moved iiis -une-nd.nl resolutions as folloirs ; — ** That this Huttso will novr resolve itself into a conmittc: of the iriulu Hcuse to consider the following resalntirusf O-) That this House, perc--iviu;r the laany and groat evils that hivj ;i:-isen fn...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
LA-TEST XKrrJ3r.3LI@:E S^GSi. ! (From thr Courier.} SYDT'TKY. VVflnefidav. PT-.m. Tiik -jiiMti'in of opnnin; th« profviMincs of tlic A^P^'TiMy with pni\-cr n-as l»riin;jht lift- ' fore; that H-»nse to-day. Jinil was c»n'ieil ia j the affirmative l\v a ran.vjritv -if oniv ] A 'JiificJiMv' Jiai-- taiccii placi' -twHiir^t thr. Chinese n^siilcnts on the KiifaU so]«l- I fleW. Itappeirsth.it mis'imlcnctautlinir 1k1 twccti tiro scctioii« of tho CVKistials ivsnlb-d in ft i)altlo roysl iast $mi-i-ir. Two CJii:i:i- ) men trcre luorcally nosinJi-J and two wii- i nn«!iy Jnjurfil Scvrs has been ivc-ivcil from New '/.-*a- lan.ltatliel?t»iinsti'it. Tlic Xntivc .lifti ciiHv still vrosvnts tin- smir Minwttuuin-r I n«5K'ct- file health of Governor Grey is j improving. j TbTwslny. « p.m. j Mr. 'Fancctt intcn-lf to m«re n'n-aalntion - far the rp« ^isstnn of thst prrviAiuilr pissed. arr*n-r«l»K fortb-.1 opening of t!ic proceedings of flic Assembly with (iravcrf. Two himdrwl ratnefsarrivpfl aj Ntwcsstt'1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 28 June 1862
I fi% §o4| §tasfrliim, ? QPEEKSLAITD -!KKEKA£ AByBBjSfeEBi i TS gnblishe* on Tcesdat, Tmfasjtxi. and A .. JL.- SwuttDiie mornings, mad forwarded to I CknmtrySobscribarE by tic earliest mails. P '' Kt TEBafspFsoascmPTfOjr, ^ - k - . - BerQuarter. in advance ...,.., ;^- Ps, ^ - '' ? ^Mcf* ?ffi?*?^6^ » - * r - » ? « A- » jgai it 6d, Efe. -tog of commoncios'^elr subscriptions. . ?;? inch......... ? 1 O Four lines, or under half an inch. . . . 2 0 Six lines, or under tbrec-^uatters of an inch ., ? i 6 Sight line*;, or under one inch. ? .. 3 0 Even' additional eight lines, under winch ? 1 0 TEiaiS OS DliCOUST. 6 Consecutive Insertions .. t. r. 10 *?3 cent. X8 ., ,. ? 15 ,. 26 „ „ ? 25 „ The number of icsertion* must Ik written on the face of each Advertisement, or it ?will be continued until countermanded, and j charged accordingly. Advertisements from j Kou-subscribers must bo paid for previously i ti- pnblication. i Orders countormauding Advertisements ! will not be attuaded to unless r...
THE LATE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 1 July 1862
THE I.ATE BAZAAK. hut.— I liave just received from Mrs. JIEwan, (lie Treasurer of the Ladies' Com mittee, die enclosed balance nhcet of die recent bazaar, whicli I shall be obliged hv your publishing in die advertisement columns of \011r next issue. I ma v add diat a few more pounds are still expected. I will, with yonr iicrniiEgion avail mvootf of diis opportunity of cxrrcssing on luyown behalf, and that of my parishioners, my sincere gratitude to thusc ladies who have so kindly and r.o tuceenfuUg exerted themselves on this nccnsioa. I am aware that this fass not been done without much trouble and anxiety, and that die great success of die bazaar is entirely due to the great pains bestowed in getting it up. Our warmest thanks are therefore due; and not onlv to the ladies of the committee, but to all those kind friends who have by work, mouev, or otherwise, so readily come forward to assist ns, I ain Sir. wnrs. &c LACVrH. RUVSEV. The Parsonage, June 30th, ISG2.