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GLADSTONE. [FROM OUR OWN OOEBESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

I GLADSTONE. j i j [FBOJI oro OWN OOEBESPONDENT.] 1 THE most important event of the past week bas been the calling of the " Tarama," e., from [ Port Darwin. She entered Port Curtis yester- day morning, the 5tb, for supplies of coal end ballast. Many of her passengers, and crew present rather a sickly appearance, which iudi - catos that their northern cruise has boen a trying one. Apropos of this Tjsit, it is stated here on 1 good authority that with the exoeption of some 1 130 miles to be covered by a horse service, tele- graphic communication will be established with the old world by the 14th instant ; and, further, it is stated that in July next thc wire will be complete throughout. The cattle trade between this.port and New Caledonia is about to be resumod. lt is reported that two vessels are already laid on. With this trade and the demand for meat-preserving, there should be an excellent market for fat stock this year. It is satisfactory to learn that the rents in this district ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

r:-- ' " ,*>^ « "*r OUDBRS OF THE DAÏ* FOB COUNCIL "] MEETING TO BE HELD ON THUB8- H DAY. A PHIL Utn, 1872, AT 4 r>V. . tn " - . ,f..i ; .« KOTIGES] OF lIOTIOir. 1st. By Alderman OAPOEH- ||J Tlmt thia Council adopt tba Committee of ap Worls Beport No. 18». Ci 2nd. By Alderman BOHMIDI- ^ That Alma-street, from Derby-atreet to jr Stanloj-strect, be kerbed and channelled, and that tenders be called for the work by the next ,e meeting of Oonncil. ¿j, Consideration of bye-laws for system of earth closets. at

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

UOCKBAMPTON POLICE COVET. Saturday, April 6. I Barons Messrs. Stevenson and Beddok, J*sP. James Hannah wes brought before the Court for being drunk, and pleading gullly was ordered to pay a fino of £1, or be i incarcerated in the lookup for twenty-four hours. The same prisoner was also charged with destroying a constable's clothes by acting in a violent manner whilst in the lockup, and for this offence was ordered to pay a fine of 4s., or be imprisoned for seven days. Monday, Aprils. Before. Uceen. Beddek and Feez, <PeP. One drunkard «res cautioned and discharged. LAMENT. Charles Boyer «ras brought up on remand, chargod with stealing from the Leichhardt Hotel a quantity of clothes, on the night of the 22nd ultimo, the property of Ur. William 8. Robert- son, superintendent of works on tho Dawson Bridge. Ur. Robertson stated in the witness box that on the night of the 22nd ultimo, he purchased several articles from Messrs. Face end Company's drapery establishment ; they wer...

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ROCKHAMPTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

ROCKHAMPTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY". THE monthly mcoting of the »bore Society wat held at the Sohool of Arts on Wednesday, 3rd April. Presents-Mrs. Hunter (Lady President), Mesdames Headriok, Livermore, Thon, Tusón, Hartley, Allen, end Gilbertson, Bev. J. Hartley, Messrs. E. P. Livermore, and T. W. PBrson. The following district reports were read and adopted :- No. 1 - Believed 13 adults, 12 children ; expenditure, £14 12s. 33rd. No. 2 No report. No. 8-Believed, 4 adults, 1 child ; expenditure, 14s. 3d. No. 4-Believed, 3 adults, 7 children ; expenditure, £3 14s. 6d. No. 6 Believed, 5 adults, 8 children ; expenditure, £3 4s. 21-d, Ko. 6-Believed, 12 adults, 23 chil- dren j expenditure, £9 11s. 9£d. Total relieved, 37 adults, 61 children j total expenditure, £31 17s. Old A letter was read from the Vndor-Oolonial Secretary, stating that in consequence of the over-crowded state of the Dunwich Asylum it was not possible to admit any more inmates at present. The sub-commiltee appointed at the...

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THE OVERLAND TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

THE OVERLAND TELEGRAPH. Wi arc indebted to a passenger by the (teamer "Terama," which put in at Gladstone on Friday last, for the following information. The " Tarama " left Fort Darwin on 29tb February for the depot on the Roper Hirer. The telegraph line is completed as far os the Catherine waters, 219 miles from Port Darwin. The party under Mr. Butt are reported as having completed 76 miles more. The party under Mr. M'Laugmin have poled 90 miles, and are waiting for wire. Mr. Burton's party hare been delayed for want of water, and have had to sink wells through rock, but have poled 80 miles. The recent ruins have prevented the teams from travelling, so that neither wira nor supplies can be sent to the front. The inland and central parties had furnished their portion of tba work, end>he latter are now working at the Port Darwin section. There is still a gap of about 120 miles whioli is, however, nearly all poled and only wailing for wire ; but by the middle of April messages will...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

mpoüNDims. YAAMBA,-By Mr. Lovell, 20t!i Mureil, 1W2 : -One Black mere, »bite blaze down face, collar-marked, branded TY over t (dagger) near ehoulder, blotch numbera (like 461) under near saddle W off shoulder. If not released will be sold 25thApril, 1872.-A. GEDDES, Found keeper. BANANA.-From Kyanga, on the 12th March, 1872, by W. ricott. Esq. Driving, 2s. 8d. each : -Boan mare, star, near hind foot white, MD i conjoined near neck, L near hip, L off hip, saddle marked. Fleabittcn Grey Mare, off hind foot bumble, running sore on the head, JD near shoulder, like OP off neck. Bay horse, small star, like 65 or SS near shoulder. OC over 9 near saddle, 00 hoar hip, like 66 off ' saddle. Chestnut Mere, over JH near shonlder, JH off shoulder, like email o under blotch off hip, star and stripe, off hind foot white; foal at foot. Chestnut colt, off hind and fore feet white, small alar, unbranded ; progeny of above. Dark grey entire colt, M over WS over like W off shoulder ; £5 damages. -From...

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CALENDAR. APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

CALENDAR. I DAT. Tuof ...I WOllllCB Thurs... Prl.1 fi»t.I Suu..' Mon .., o 10 u I 12 I l'< >t IS MEHOBMIDA. j TIDES." Highwater ,atü.riat.+ furn. jun. 015 OW 10 123 1« 27 Ml) 2 53 315 3-37 4-0 4-22 4 « C"8 . Tho riso of nao in Koppol B»y «ario» from «rt. t/> 4«., nuil nt tho f|ipor Hints from Ml. lo 10fl. Dopth or wiilorot tho Uppar Flat -In tho old or natural cbannol, allow willer springs, lft. filu; hlKluwt Springs,»Itt. 6m. Kew muting ut low water springs, oft.¡ in Highest Bluings, lort.-Tho Hmo of high wator ls slightly lu duencod hy froshoU and high winds. t Tlioildosioach their full at tho Wlot Station, Keppel liny, 2b. 40ui. onrlwr, and at Roekhntnptoa 30in. later linn tho hours named In Ibo «novo labio.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

GENERAL SUMMARY. I London, February 23. Hie January mails were delivered in London on the 19th February. The dinner givou to Ur. Verdon was a great success. The Duke of Edinburgh, who was £resent, referred pleasantly to visiting the lependcncies. Lord Kimberley spoke of the growing difficulties of maintaining so vast an empire, but warmly deprecated the., idea of unfriendly sevcranoe. The Queen has distributed a shower of honours on a number of representative colonists. A Bill to constitute the kidnapping of South Sea Mandera a felony has been passed, but nb interference with legitimate traffic is contem- plated. Australian Courts are empowered to try charges for kidnapping. A Pattcson memorial fund, to be devoted to> mission purposes, bas been established. The British Government have announced that they mil not formally recognise tho Fiji kingdom. Tho Duke of Edinburgh's art collection is being visited by increasing crowds. Thc Brazilian Government are making strenuous efforts t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAIL, VIA SUEZ, Wira NEWS TO 15TH MAECH. TICHBORNE CLAIMANT NON-SUITED AND COMMITTED TO NEWGATE FOB PERJURY. THE QUEEN MENACED BY A LUNATIC FENIAN. THANKSGIVING DAY GREAT SUCCESS. ENTHUSIASTIC LOYALTY MANIFESTED. BALLOT BILL PASSED. POLYNESIAN KIDNAPPING MADE A FELONY BY STATUTE. STRONG INDIGNATION AT AMERICAN CLAIMS THROUGHOUT ENGLAND. PARTY DIFFERENCES FORGOTTEN IN PARLIAMENT. SYMPATHY OF EUROPE WITH ENGLAND. FRENCH INDEMNITY DEBT PAID. MAZZINI THE ITALIAN AGITATOR, DEAD. THE POPE LEAVES ROME. DISCOUNT, 3 PER CENT. FBUM HIGHEST POINT. COPPER £9i TO £'J5. BULLETIN OFFICE, Saturday 910 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

ARRIVAL OP THE EUROPEAN MAIL, VIA SUEZ, Wira NEWS TO 15TH MAECH. TICHBORNE CLAIMANT NON-SUITED AND COMMITTED TO NEWGATE FOB PERJURY. THE QUEEN MENACED BY A LUNATIC FENIAN. THANKSGIVING DAY GREAT SUCCESS. ENTHUSIASTIC LOYALTY MANI- FESTED. BALLOT BILL PASSED. POLYNESIAN KIDNAPPING MADE A FELONY BY STATUTE. STRONG INDIGNATION AT AMERICAN CLAIMS THROUGHOUT ENGLAND. PARTY DIFFERENCES FORGOTTEN IN PARLIAMENT. SYMPATHY OF EUROPE WITH ENGLAND. FRENCH INDEMNITY DEBT PAID. MAZZINI THE ITALIAN AGITATOR, DEAD. THE POPE LEAVES ROME. DISCOUNT, 3 PER CENT. -FBUM HIGHEST POINT. COPPER £9i TO £'J5. BULLETIN OFFICE, Saturday 910 p.m. TUE braiiob nail steamer reached Glenelg at two o'clock to-day. The F. and O. Co.'a mail packet " llangalore " left Gaile on the 16th March, and arrived at King Gcorgo'e Sound on the let April. She sailed for Melbourne on the evening of that day. Faaacngora per " Bangalore," for Sydney : Thc Hight Bor. Dr. Barker, Bishop of Sydney, Mr«. Barker and eon ; Mess». Dovex, Ti...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. CLERMONT. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTEiLUN ASSOCIATED MESS TEiBGHAJfS. CLERMONT. Friday Evening. Tu EHE is a moroinont on foot horo to raise a Member's Fund, for the purpose of sending down a local man. The conviction is so general that no stranger con properly represent this electorate that, most likely the fund will bo raised. [The foregoing would hare reached us in timo for Saturday's iaeue, but for a break in the line.]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

;;.ÏHB ÏIH HOTK "PIM."-©J« .Courier .(.April S mentions tiut H.M.8. "Basilisk" left, tba Bay on Saturday erening lut for ', Byíiiey¡ with the schooner " Peri," in tow, having tnade . «tay of «orno day«. The " Peri," aa will be ? remembered, ie the voaiel which waa picked up OB' Cardwell, on February 6. by the " Basilisk, navjng on board a number of South Sea lahmoera, who, it waa supposed bad murdered ; «ie crew and taken possession of tba aobooner. waa afterwards discovered that this vessel vjsa^a Fyian Qovernment Prison Hulk, which ; tb»,,pri»oners confined on board had taken po>> ! '.aiajripp'of. Tba "Basilisk," having put a crew ? monard the schooner, proceeded to Cape Tork, f ud on ber return, in accordance, we presume, C'.<<s{A|ostrnetioui received irom the Commodore ^othmanairig et Sidney, took the schooner in ^tow for tbc purpose of taking her to the latter Üm^fpy^itU» schooner was picked up io IfBuelniland waters tbs authorities bert con ¡Jmáe/n&...

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SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

SYDNEY. Monday Evening. I Fiji adrices report that matters there are quiet. Smith, a planter, has been committed j for trial fer shooting a native. The schooner " Irene " has been wreokod at New Caledonia.

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ADDITIONAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

ADDITIONAL NEWS. Shipping.-Arrived from Brisbane: "Co- rinth, " Clodian," " Indus." Sailed : " Hope- ful," "Woodville." Commercial.-Tho month's exports to the Australian colonies Bbow a considerable decrease ; but to Queensland, au increase of £13,000. Consols, 93. Discounts, 3 per coot. Colonial securities firm. Victorian, 1131 to 1144; Kerr South Wales (lives), 101J to 101; Queensland, 110; South Australia 110 to 113. The wool eales progressed satisfactorily, at 2|d. to 3Jd> adranco on previous soles. Com- petition was less spirited towards the close. Tallow ia in limited demand, at 2s. 6d. to 3s. Sd. lower. Cocoanut Oil, £33 to £37. Sperm Oil, £56. Hidos active, with a slight advance. Xeather, firm. Mimosa Bark firm-scarce. Cotton, lOd. to Hld. Copper, £94 to £95. OmrciBr.-Generals Thomas, Chesney, and Ashburliam, Lord Moray. Tho Prince of WaleB is in France, visiting the Versailles Assembly. Tho Orle mists are becoming holder. Mazzini is dead. Sagasti 1 us formed a new n,inis...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

TO TITS' EDirOE OP THE BtJIiEHir. Sm,-I observe bj a recent iuuo of jone journal that a Ur. U'liean propose« to augment the population ot' our polynationat colon; b; tho introduction cf Malabar coolies. The reasons set forth b; Ur. M'ljean arr, to my mind, rather nore), lie proposes to supplant tho Polynesian savages by Malabar coolies t by implication be gives the Malabar tho highest stand of the tiro as a race of people ¡ and at the same time endeavours to prove that the labour sought to be introduced is of a more productive character and less expensive than that of the black nuisance, which now infests our colony-a colony designated by a distin- guished Victorian as the finest he had ever seen. ' The whole róbeme bears on its face the impress of a-I wss going to say " dodge," but t can't afford it :-it appears to me to be nothing but a last resource to raise the wind. In endeavouring to overthrow Ur. U'Lean's little game, I may perhaps trespass upou your valuable spaces but when ...

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

I MELBOURNE1. Mondar. Mr. Taylor, the sew Government Geologist for Queensland, leave« liere by the "Wonga Wonga" to-night. The " Bangalore," e., left for Sydney at noon yesterday. A private telegram saya that the Australian Telegraph Cabio Company intende doubling the ratea first announced for tho transmission of messages.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

?-rp SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. niomn«»,. P. Turner, ,martityÄlto.Siri^T"' DKPABrrjfig. A rt!s- n,n"tll08,«óraso Holbrook, Dr. tamnloa-ii«.'T fft'a'' Kock', ena any in tue súsJi Ofj,'î°r- ' T»To«l. »om iouthem-iwrt; "««"«g» throush to TowusvJUo

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

[ASTSBTUMIEKX.] [To IRE EDITOR oi' TEE BULLETIN.] 8m,-We (he undersigned! saloon passengers desire lo express our sense of thc kind attention of Captain Bristowe and the officer« of the , steamer during our voyage from Sydney and iutermediate ports. l'realoy Seal JT. S. Lucas B. Murdoch F.D. Smith U.E. Holmes Mrs. Maynard F. Turner Miss O'Jilynn Peter Thomson Miss Ball Miss Birkett. 1 S.S. Lord Ashley, April 8,1872.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

SUPERFINE TINTED EMBOSSED CARDS for Ball Programmes, to be obtained at tbe Bulletin Office. - NEILSON & LYNDE, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS, ESWAJtO STREET, BRISBANE. LIST of Unclaimed Letters at tbe Post-office, Rockhampton ¡ if not claimed on or before the 15th April 1872, «till be for- warded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane. JAMBS E. O. DALT, . Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton, March 16,1872. Adlard, G. ; Aewartb, Samuel ; Allsop, John ; Anderson, Wm. (S) Beansang, William ; Behan, James ; Benson, Thoa, i Berry, Mrs. (2); Berthecm, C. S. ¡ ' Boianovito, Natale i Bolke, Johan ; Booth, Mrs. John (William-Btreet) ¡ Bowman, Mr. j Broad, ¡Thomasi Browett, H.¡ Buohanan, A.; Buck- nel!, Thos. j Budden, Miss Rosetta) Budden, J. i Battler, J. ) Butler, Mr. A. B. Campbell, Francis} Carlson, Maries Amalia; Ohoar, Jimmy, (care Dick Siran) ; Cockerell, John t Corfield, H. A. ; Cox, James (Cother- stone); Curry, John. Dain, J. H.i David, T. ; Davies, Miss Mar...

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THE ROCKHAMPTON BALLETIN WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

CIjc^ocï^!tm})ton §uUetm, Wim WHICH IS IKC0EP0E4TKD THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1872. TEE Clermont electors are about to try an experiment which bas met with dubious success in Bockhampton. A Member's Fund bas been mooted at Clarmont, and, if present indications be reliable, the project will bo carried out. Having seen how tho system works hero, we may be pardoned for giving ibo Clermont people the benefit of our experience. In theory, the plan of a member's fund is feasible enough, but in practice it I'B beset with serious diffi- culties. The best method would be to subscribe tbe money, and place it in the bank before tho member's election-to let the best man win the Btakes with the honours. If the electors could be induced to follow that course, tho difficulties attending tho system would vauisli. But where parties arc distinctly divided, and political feeling runs stroug, the man must bc declared before the money will bo laid down. So it appeared in Bockhampton, at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

«¡irritar Shipping Advertisemeneit, ¡ ¿i Botioea of Meetings, Advertise - jnente for Situation«, Sea., please see Front Page. ; |; V BOOKBINDING. SST "MUNEO has pleasure in inti matingtliat hiring engaged a FIRST CLASS WORKMAN, ia noir in a position to fóculo BOOKBINDING IN EVERY /"JSVB.-All work done on the premiso. THE ; ;^öt,T) FITZROY SMITHY, COAOH BUILDING WORKS, ? ? " AS» .*.' SHOEING FORGE. f^ÓNÁLD FEAZEE respectfully if-if ftnnonnces that he ia noir prepared to ;*teeute«ll kinds of Work in the shore hrancbes .*8¡h dispatch and at KODSBATB BATES. Light ari5 Beary Ironwork Forged to any pattern fay ihê-most Improved Machinery. Tba only Iron Flatform in the north for Tireing Wheels for CAghtTebioles. ; PAINTING, ORNAMENTAL ^WÂtîmo; and EMBOSSING on GLASS trader the superintendence of a thoroughly fMttiaalinan from Hie establishment «rf Meiert. .&'Shanks «nd Co., Coach Builders to the . tjttesn. " D. FRAZER, FITZROY STREET. ROCKHAMPTON. THE BOOEBAMPlOy LABOUR MARI ADD IN...

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