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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2006) See also: 1860 in Australia, other events of 1861, 1862 in Australia and the Timeline of Australian history. Contents 1 Incumbents 1.1 Governors 1.2 Premiers 2 Events 3 Arts and literature 4 Sport 5 Births 6 Deaths 7 See also // Incumbents Governors Governors of the Australian colonies: Governor of New South Wales - Sir William Dennison, John Young, 1st Baron Lisgar Governor of Queensland - Sir George Bowen Governor of South Australia - Sir Richard G. MacDonnell Governor of Tasmania - Sir Henry Young Governor of Victoria - Sir Henry Barkly Premiers Premiers of the Australian colonies: Premier of New South Wales - John Robertson, then Charles Cowper Premier of Queensland - Robert Herbert Premier of South Australia - Thomas Reynolds, then George Waterhouse Premier of Tasmania - William Weston, then Thomas Chapman Premier of Victoria - Richard Heales, then John O'Shanassy Events May 13 - The Great Comet of 1861 is discovered by John Tebbutt of Windsor, New South Wales. July 6 - Robert Palin is hanged in Western Australia following the use of Ordinance 17 Victoria Number 7 to secure the capital punishment of a convict for a crime not normally punishable by death. July 8 - The Geelong College is established by Reverend Alexander James Campbell in Newtown, Victoria. October - Robertson land acts passed by Parliament of New South Wales. Arts and literature National Gallery of Victoria founded Sport November 7 - The first Melbourne Cup is won by Archer. (List of Melbourne Cup winners). Births August 2 - Edith Cowan, the first Australian woman elected as a representative in an Australian parliament. Deaths June 28 - Estimated death of William John Wills (b. 1834) and Robert O'Hara Burke (b. 1821), explorers. See also 1861 1860s