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MONTHLY LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

MONTHLY LICENSING MEETING. Tlie usual monthly licensing meeting iras lield on Tuesday. Present-Mr. W. Townley, P.Kf., and Mr. J. Headrick, J.P. Josepli Broad liurste application for a licensn for bis bouse in Bolsorcr-street WUB postponed for a week, us was seo the transfer from M. Egan (o P. Egan j of n lioeuBe for an hotel at Gainsford. Per- 1 mission was granted to Mrs. Warner, of tho j Sebastopol Hotel, to carry on the business until the next licensing meeting. Carriers' licenses were granted to ffugb M'Coo, Daniel Muldoon, and Barnett M'lllianey, the last-named for two ; drays.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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Wednesday, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

Wednesday, January 10. Before Messrs. W. Townley, P.M., J. Headnote end «T. Slovenian, J.'eV. CATTLE STEALING. Tbomae Johnson woe brought up on the re- manded charge of cattle-Blcaling. Constable Love, who had been previously examined, was recalled. He asid that after the last remand he went to Yaamba, and re turned thence to Rockhampton with three bullocks on Monday last; placed them in a paddock at the Crescent Lagoon belonging to Mr. Barnard, the poundkecper, and gave them into bis chsrgo ; Mr. Thomas Atherton assisted witness to drive the bullocks down. Thomas Atherton being examined, said that he had assisted to bring tho bullocks from Yaamba, but they were too wild 'to bring in to eourt. Bichard Atherton stated that he went out to the Crescent Lagooo this morning ; saw in a paddock three bullocks belonging to Esther Atherton, his mother ; bad previously seen the bullocks ¿ve miles from Yaamba ; the prisoner waa driving them on horseback ; that was twelve or thirteen miles from...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

BIRTH. ALLEN.-On the 7th instant, at her residence, Wil- liam-street, Mrs. John Allen, of a son—still-born.    

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IUPOUNDimS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

IUPOUNDimS. EoOKnAUTTOS.-Bj Messrs. Archer end Co., from llio cuttle station, on 10th December, 1871. Driving,Sa. per head; damages, entire £5 :-Dork bay horse, star, S over g and two oroesea near »boulder. Brown mare, oo'o»er 1 near ribs, S ou" riba. Light bay horse, blaze face, DB near shoulder. Bay Mare, blare, B under m. near shoulder, IIB over O off shoulder. Bay mare, indescribable brand over EH over R near shoulder, like TR off shoulder. Brown Hare, JJ off shoulder | brown filly foal st foot. Bay Mare, JR near shoulder. Light bay mare, like O over JE near shoulder, T3B near ribs, 722 off saddle. Bay horse, WF conjoined near shoulder, saddle marked. Dark bay mare, like B in circle over JBt conjoined noar shoulder. Bay roan entire, A under near shoulder. IC not released will be sold on January 15th, 1872. -Quo. BABNAKD, Foundkceper. ROCKHAMPTON.-By Messrs. Birkbeck Bros., Glenmore, December 9,1871 ; driving, ls. 8d., . end ferry ls. per head .-Grey mare, F near shoulder. Bay ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

AUSTRALIAN MEAT AGENCY. CENTRAL DEPOT, SI, Norton Folgst«, London, E.G. D. TALLERMAN, MANAGER. THE above are prepared to receive consignments of Preserved Mest« and to dispose of the earoo through their various Drenches, which are in course of establishment in every town and district of Great Britain. MARAVILLA COCOA', for Break- fast Tbe Globe says, " Various im- porters end manufacturers have attempted to attain a reputation for their prepared Cocoas, hut we doubt whether any thorough suocesa has been achieved until Messrs. Taylor Brothers discovered the extraordinary qualities of MARA- VILLA COCOA. Adapting their perfect sys- tem or preparation to this 6nest of ail species of the Theo broma, they have produced an article which supersedes every other Cocoa in the market. Entire solubility, a delicate aroma, Bnd a ran concentration of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla ' Cocoa above all other. For homoeopaths and invalids wa could qot recommend a more agree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

THE BULLETIN Summary of News for transmission by tho Monthly Euee Hail, ia published every fourth Saturday, and pot bid to any address in tba colonie» on prepay- ment of 6s. per annum t to Great Britain, DI» Southampton, at 6a. per annum ; and via Brindisi at 8s. per annum. C. PYBUS, SADDLES & HARNESS MAKER, BOOKHAMPTON HOWARD SMITH, ?OBAC O OUST 1ST llsafa* Bl jil WU A Hi H J("a'.~~~ ' M'l A. M<LEOD & CO., JiUCTIOJfBEllS, STOCK, STATION, ABS GENERAL COMMISSION AGENZS, PBQÏCK OP WALES BUILDINGS, OISEMONT. J. B. JONES, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKES» CAMPBELL 8TEEET. JN.B.-Saddles eounterKned for 7B. ed.; i Collars, 6s. S. Ii. DIBDIN, STOCK & BTATIOW AGENT, AUCTIONEER, ABD COMMISSION AGENT, Established ÍB64. DENHAM OHAMBEE8. JAMES M'PHERSON, WHEELWRIGHT i ABD ?frsafSBAL BLACKSMITH, WESTWOOD. flood Workmanship Guaranteed, and punctual kattention to all orders. iLtW. S. SMITH, ENTE AL STOKES, j EABT-BTBEIIT. VT, DUFFIELD & CO.'S ADELAIDE SXJO...

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WHAT AN OLD MAID SHOULD BE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

WHAT AN OLD MAID SHOULD BE.   AN old maid! What a vision is conjured   up in our fancy by that word! We see   a lady past the prime of life, with a lean, meagre face, upon which a rather dis- satisfied look is habitually settled. She has no friend, and is nobody's friend. If you meet her at a party, she will mostly sit alone and devour all persons with hungry eyes. If one of her own age begins a conversation with her, she unmercifully attacks the foible of every- body present and absent; if a young girl—moved, perhaps, by some sort of compassion, thinking that her own lot may resemble that of the ancient spinster in years to come—addresses her, she is mostly snubbed; but if a gentleman—   be he old or young—takes the trouble to entertain her, some of the acid of her disposition is melting away, and she tries to be agreeable and amiable. Wliy is this so? And is it really thus?     If we are obliged to answe...

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EUROPEAN & AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

EUBOPEAN & AMERICAN NEWS. WB aro in possession of San Francisco papers t< tko 11th November. The telegraphic DCWB from Europe oontains no items of importance beyond iboBB already received eta Suez. From the Alta to the above dato vre take the following : Eoudon, November 9.-The Lord Mayor's show, with the usual display and procession te Westminster Hall, took place to-day. Thc festivities closed with the usual banquet, given by tho Lord Mayor at Guildhall, whiob was attended by a brilliant company, consisting ol Minister!, members of Parliament, Ambassadors, and other distinguished persons. Among the guests were Gladstone, several members of the .Cabinet, and Schanck, the American Minister. The toast to tbe Diplomatic Gorps, which «ai fully represented, was responded to j)y Sobenck, who, ia tho course of bis remarks, made a grateful and feeling allusion to the sympathy shown for Chicago in its great calamity. Hit speech was loudly and significantly applauded. Mr. ...

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

ADELAIDE. Wednesday. Mr. Dartrent'a catate «bava £51,090 dell- I I oiciirv. I Mn. »W. A. CnirMis's entertainment, winch was necessarily postponod on Tuosday last, owing to tlu) hoary rain, is to como off to-night, in the Hall of tho School of Arts. A decidedly sensational programme ÍB announced, several of tho tricks never haring been exhibited in Rock- hampton . before The astounding optical illusion, "What is it? or, Tho Sculptor's Dream," ie said to bo a very clover bit of legerdemain, and itsolf well worth the priée of admission. A TELKaitiM notifying the appointment of several gcntlemon to tho Commission of the Peace, and the omission of the name of Mr. William Pattison from tho new liât, has caused Borne animadversion in town, it being well known that Mr. Pattison sent in Iiis resignation as a magistrate early in January lost ; and also that the acceptance of that resignation baa been duly notified in the Government Gazette end the loeal papers. Tho telegram alluded to, there-...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. Monday, 10.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. Monday, 10 45 p.m. Nothing is known here of the dinner reported to have been given by Mr. Palmer to his col- leagues and supporters. Wednesday, 7-45 p.m. When the House met to-day, Mr. Lilley moved its adjournment to again call attention to the political situation. He said the Opposition could not accept the redistribution proposed in tho Electoral Districts Bill. If the Government would take back their bill and introduce another measure for redistribution throughout the colony, the Opposition would consider it. Mr. Palmer said the Government would consider the proposal, and promised a reply   next Tuesday ; in the meantime non-political business to be proceeded with. The Colonial Treasurer then moved the second reading of the Bill to Roduce the Interest paid by the Savings Bank on sums above £200. After discussion the House divided on the motion, which was carried by 20 ayes to 7 noes.

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRIES. The magisterial inquiry ¡nto tho cause of death of the late William Lutton was concluded, on Tuesday before the Police Magistrate. Dr. Salmond stated that on Saturday last he proceeded to Scrubby Creek accompanied by the Police Magistrate; there recognised tbe body of William Lutton lying on the left side ; the tongue was protruding; there was an indentation behind the left ear ; the right arm was under the body in a bent position ; blood was oozing from the right sido of the mouth ; witness believes death was caused by strangula- tion ; there was a dray near, and eggs and butter were on tbe ground near where the body lay, as if the dray had been upset ; the rail of the cart was resting on the neck of the body, and the indentation behind the left ear had been produced by an iron bolt in the rail of the dray, as to this bolt witness saw some of the dead man's hair adhering; there was no other mark of violence on the body. Constable Stretton also gave evidence, ...

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

MELBOURNE. Monday. A portion of the "Sussex" cargo waa plun-   dered, but has since been recovered. Kereopa baa boon seutenced to death at   Wauganui. Tuesday evening. The Navigation Board have decided that the Sussex was lost by the Captain's neglect, and they have suspended his certificate for six   months. Four thousand pounds worth of the Sussex cargo has been recovered. Wednesday evening. This is the fifth day of a hot wind. The , scarcity of water has stopped work at the   breweries and factories.  

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday January 9. BEFOEE the Police Magistrate. ASSAULT AND BATTERY. - James Poustie was charged with assaulting his wife, Elizabeth Poustie, Constable M'Donough stated that he arrested prisoner in William-street, on the previous day. He came quietly to the lock-up. The prosecutrix not appearing, tbe prisoner was discharged. ASSAULT AND BATTERY.-John Spillane was charged with the above offence. It appeared from the evidence that the prisoner was arrested by Constable Gooch at Morinish under warrant. Joseph Deaville etated that ho was residing at Morinish ; on the morning of the 20th Decem- ber, witness entered an old building formerly belonging to Mr. Page; hearing a barney out-   side he went out, walked round the house, and then saw prisoner and a man named Wallis out- side; prisoner then came up to witness, and   applying a forcible epithet lifted his hand and struck witness on the jaw which was broken by tbe blow ; Wallis and ...

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THE REV. WILLIAM TAYLOR'S (OF CALIFORNIA) RECENT ADVENTURES ON THE HIMALAYAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE S.M. HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 January 1872

THE REV. WILLIAM TAYLOR'S (OF CALIFORNIA) RECENT ADVENTURES ON THE HIMALAYAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE S. M. HERALD. Sir,-As the following extract from a letter lately received from Mr. Taylor will interest a very large circle of his friends in New South Wales, and will not, I hope, offend any of your readers, may I ask the favour of its assertion. Yours, &c. Daosmbsr 27 " Dehradoon, N. India, October 11, 1871-I laboured nearly three months at different towns in the Himalay Mountains, and being over- worked, and not very well, I resolved on a month's leave from my weary labours, and to spend the said month in visiting two of the most   celebrated Hindoo shrines in the world-Badsi- nath and Kidarnath. From Paori, the mountain town where I was last labouring, and from which I was to start, was ten days' march to Radsinath, thence nine days to Kidarnath thence seven days back to starting point. I wanted to post up in Hindoo life and language and hence had no companions...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

TELEOSArBIC ITEMS. 2486 (two thousand four liumlrod ond ninety six) toni of copper loft Hie Peak Downe Copper Mine dunne tho year 1871 ¡ and on the let January, 1872, lhere were seventy tons addit ional on hand.

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TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

ÏICLEORAPHIO OOMMDNICAXION WITH EUROPE. IN un article published on December ll, tim Smith Australian Register says: "Tho uncertainty that exists ns to thc position of affairs in connection with the Nor- thern Telegraph, enhanced as it is bj the unsatisfactory assurance from official sources that the lino cannot bj ant possibility be com- pleted until after the end of the year, gires peculiar importance to Ibo question of our liabilities and rights under tba'contract to which ne hazardously, perhaps foolishly, became parties." ' Tho writ« r goes on lo point out what tbo rights and liabilities of South Australia are. Horomarks: - " Thc fourth article of the contract hinds the Government by the 81st December, 1871,, to ! construct, complete, and open for tramo tho land lino botwoen Port Darwin and Adelaide, making good communioatibn with tho company's cable at the one end and with the Victorian telegraph j system at thc other, and thereafter maintaining and working the wires until the ...

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THE SALE OF THE MARIBYRNONG YEARLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

THE SAXE OF THE MARIBYRNONG YEARLINGS. THREE aro Cow attractions connected with Hie Victorian sporting world more thoroughly enjoyable than a day at the Australian Middle- park, when Mr. J. G. Dougherty is wielding the hammer in the interests of Mr. George Petty, the proprietor of thc Maribyrnong stud. All who witnessed the cxcellont arrangements of last year, and stood by while the leviathan bookmaker bids his hundreds with as much ' nonchalance as if they wore pence, will not easily forgot tho scone presented in the well tanned ynrd whon the auctioneer mounted his rostrum and summoned forth the first lot in the catalogue, the beautiful 8unshino, a daughter of Maribyrnong and Nightlight, whose suter will ' open Ibo salo on Thurday next ; and we shall be * disappointed if thero is the slightest falling off in the attendance of our principal racing men and leading citizens, when tho first of tho year- lings to be disposed of is brought forth to open tho second annual salo of the Mari...

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FIJI ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

FIJI ISLANDS. THE following correspondence in relation to the political position of the Fiji Islands Las been printed by order of tho Legislative Assembly of Now South Wales : Governor tho Earl of Belmore to the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Government House, Sydney, 9th August, 1871. "" My Lord,-Referring to your Lordship's dis-'] patch (No. 24) of 18th March last [laid before Legislative Assembly, 15th June, 1871,1 in whioh was enclosed the copy of ono to Lord ! Canterbury, dated 16th, on the subject of the renewal of the decision of her Majesty's Govern- ment not to extend British sovereignty to Fiji, 1 have the honour to inform you that these papers have been submitted for tbe consideration of my responsible advisers, and I now forward tho copy of a letter from tho Attorney-General, containing the views held by his cabinet on the subject, whioh be requests me to communicate to your Lordship. 2. I see Sir James Martin estimates the European {by which term I think he means ...

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CLERMONT AND COPPERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

CLERMONT AND COPPERFIELD. Wa aro in receipt of tho P. D. Telegram of tlie Ctli instant, from which wc extract tho following : We aro exceedingly glad to bo chlo to con- template tho conclusion of our present mail arrangements with Rockhampton and the South. Tho land contract boa been most efficiently per- formed by Mr. Bartholomew, bat the sea con- tract between Brisbane and Rockhampton, if thcro is a contract, has boon disgracefully carried out. Throughout tho year 1871, tho Brisbane mails hero oftener not arrived when due, than they have arrived, if such an expression eau bo understood,, and now thoy aro late again. Beyond thc moagro telegrams iu tho Bockhamp lon papers, wo have no news from tho south since last Tuesday week. An interesting and porhaps a valuable dis- covery bas boon modo on Wolfang station just at the foot of thc Peaks. It appears that thcro is cropping out what appears to be an in- exhaustible supply of the finest table salt. Wo hove seen a sample of it, and to ...

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THE DEADLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

THE DEADLOCK. ON Wednesday »eek, Mr. Fyfe, M.I.A., rapt & deputation at the office of Messrs. E. M. Hunter and Co., William-street, to receive a letter which had been signed by an influential and numerous body oj the electors of Rock- hampton, on tho subject of the "deadlock" ?which ¡a now producing so much dissatisfaction throughout Central and Northern Queensland. , The deputation consisted *of his Worship the Mayor, Messrs. R, M. Sunter, TS. Jones, W. Thomson, and W. Pattison. The MAYOR, after a fe« prefatory remarks, presented the letter to Mr. Fyfe, of which the following is a copy : TO ALKXB. FTFR, ESQ., M.L.A. PKAB^IB,-We, taemidersigned, Inhabitants or ßock hampton, dot Ire to express to you our opinion, that vre _.jte&m\t\i extreme regret the action taken fay the Oppo* ?*- attlon tn tba IVatfidatlve Assembly at tho present Juncture, fooling convinced that Ibo creditor tho colony s thereby needlessly Jeopardised, and that Interests of snore immodiato importan...

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