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

AK unusual pressure of advertisements neoes lítales the omission of a quantity of other matter. A CWBXEB'S lieense vas granted yesterday to John Lathem. MAILS por "Lady Bönen," for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane, and Great Britain, close et the Rockhampton post-office to-morrow nt 8 a.m. j and mails per " Lord Ashley," for Mackay and Townsville, close et 7 p.m. to-day. TUE revision of the roll for the electorate of Rockhampton is appointed to take place at the Police Court to-day. All the local magistrates are summoned, and it is important that as many as possible should be present. Mr. Beddek cannot sit as a magistrate on this occasion, es he is himself an objector, in his capacity of clerk of petty sessions, to some 600 names on the old roll. Persons objected to must attend to show cause why their names should not be struck off, or tho objections will be held valid by the Benoh in the manner provided by law. A OIHCOXAB to hand by last mail states that Mr. B. Pring, Q.C., pro...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

BarB8,3UBBTAQE8, AND DEATHS. JommrolK.-On th» etta April, st har reaMen», Bol , ; »OTeMtrert, BoGkhampton, lin. J. 0. Johnitone, »f a THE AUSTRALASIAN 8TEAM NAVIGATION OOHPANrS STEAMSHIPS. UV» SYDNEY DIBEGT.-" Balclutha," on or «bout To-morrow, at Greatly Bed ticed Ism. 'Mai BRISBANE, eil GLADSTONE .tri KAB7B0BOUGE.-« Lad; Bowen," IUI ^foping at 8 o'clock. IV» NOBTHBBN PORTß.-" Tinonee," on or about 16th luttant.' i T. Ii. BABEES, Agent I9.167B. _aafcas8sw-_,_ *. Í; *' LORD ASHLEY," 8TBAMBHIE3. FROM SYDNEY for QUEENSLAND PORTS. -"Blackbird," April 8. From BOOTH AtaPTON to MELBOURNE, via GLADSTONE, BBISBANE, & SYDNEY. -"BUokbird," on or »bout April lïtb. ÄO0KHAMPTON (o 8 YOKEY, via MARYBOROUGH and BRISBANE.-"Lord Atnie/," on or «boat April 16. ' At Greatly Seduced Farm and Freight: B. IL HUNTER & 00., Agent*. HABRIS' ~ LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF . OIIPPEB PASSENGEB BHIPS. TSE Al clipper Blip , "LIGHT BRIGADE," 1244 , _P-*""« ngiiter, ander the Command oTu¡o*¡...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 April 1872

MANIFESTS. April 6.-Lady Bowen, e., from Brisbane : 30 cases 3 quarter-cask* 2 hogsheads brandy, fi bundles leather, 5 casca wino, 2 cases marmalade, 2 kegs nails, ll cases, 2 bales, 4 casks, 1 trunk, 8 cases drapery, 1 crete 30 boxes cundloB, 2 boxes blue, 10 cutes oils, 1 case arrowroot, 1 caee sago, 2 cases jams, 5 cases confectionery, 1 baso essences, 2 cases sauce, 3 boxes pipes, 1 case carbonate soda, 3 casks peat, 1 cask salt, 9 casks boltlod beer, 1 case, 6 caBes bottled fruit, ' 4 cues uioklos, 4 boxes pipes, 20 boxes tee, 1 -faMjj^gtftf-i oaee guns, 2 esau salmon, 1 car ' ' eatetyniatches, 1 bale paper, 80 casks bottled etout, 39 casks bottled alo and stout, 2 iron tanks, 1 case, Petersen and Miller, care of Fox and Adair ; 1 case bath bricks, 1 cask whiting, 2 boxes raisins, 1 case sago, 1 cuse marmalade, 1 caso Osh, 1 casa wiue, 2 caaes pipos, 2 caaes oilstoros, 1 bag pearl barley, 1 ouse vinegar, i bags rice, 1 drum oil, 4 tins wliitclcud, 1 case lobsters, 1 cuso bottle...

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MR. DE SATGE AND HIS LATE CONSTITUENTS. (From the Peak Downs Telegram, April 5.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

ME. DE SATGE AND HIS LATE CON- j STITTJENTS. j {From th* Peat Downe Telegram, April 6.) ] Oír Tuesday eveping, Ur. de Satgé addressed a public meeting at the Oddfellows Hall, Copper- field, which «ras largely attended. Mr. George Porter was voted to the chair. The CHAIEMAJÍ, in opening the proceedings, said thal Ur. de Satgé had called the meeting in order that be might explain the course he had taken during the late session, and the reasons for his resignation. They must all feel that Mr. de Satgé had done much for the district, and he hoped they would listen to him with attention. (Hear, hear.) Mr. BE SATOE, whs was well received, said that it would neither be civil nor grateful of him to retire into prirate life without meeting his late constituents, more especially os it had always been his custom to meet them at the close of each session. He had not done so on this occasion, because the last session was rendered almost barren of results by the squabbling and childish conduct of...

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THE FESTIVE SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. FALL OF A FLOOR DORING A BALL IN HONOUR OF THE MARQUIS NORMANBY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

THE FESTIVE SEASON IN AUSTRALIA. xix! OÏ * noon DOTUS-O A BIIX ur EOKOD* Ol SB! HABQUIB OF HOBMANBIT. Umm the above heading, Day'* Doing* of December 30, 1871,. aa illustrated sensational newspaper published in London, contains a nore lirely than truthful aketch of the mishap at the Governor's Ball in Bockhampton last Tear. The engraving, whioh adorns the front page, representa a most heartrending state of affairs-young ladies falling into young gentle- men's arms, and «¿oe oertd. The facts, how- ever, were not sufficiently sensational for tbs imaginative writers and artists in Day'* Doing* and the height of the building from the ground is therefore altered from one foot to six feet. Hus Utils «hange permitted of a play of fancy which would have made the sketch unreoog ? Disable but for tba reproduction of names and dates. The letter-press description is as follows ! "A strsnge aocident has just occurred in the Australian colony of Queensland. Tba Marquis of Normanby-the newly-appoi...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin WITH WHIOCH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, APRIL, 12, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

^c^aá^am^tan bulletin:, »mt wurra u INOOKPORATEU TUB GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, APEO, 12, 1872. MAUS per " James Patereon," for the Aus- tralian Colonies, Great Britain, and Foreign Places, close at ll a.m. to-day. Is the Police Court yesterday, before Mr. B. P. livermore, Mayor, and Mr. J. Macfarlane, JJ., Mylook, a Sontb Bea blander, under remand for larceny, was discharged. Mr. Milford addressed the Court in tBe assault case pf Bouel e. Byan, after whioh tbe information was dismisssi -without cost«. A drunkard, who pleaded guilty, waa discharged with a oaution. ¡Dbe Oourt then adjourned till half-past two p.m., when Messrs. A. Feez and 0. H. Buza- cott took their seats on. the Bsnch. A carrier's license wes granted to Joseph Ohatdcu, and permission was granted to Bridget Kearney to 'hare mnsio and dancing in the Burnetrille Hotel that evening. In the summons .case of Bouel e. Byan, for insulting ..language, a large quantity of irrelevant matter 'wu introduoed. The evidence for t...

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CALENDAR. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

CAX.KHDAB. AFBIL. Trois.* JUT.. S MsHourioi. Mool» io c. Highgate! « itü.FluM «-m, p.m. TUM ... 8 ... . _. 016 0-37 Wedin lo., ... 1-j 1-23 «mn... ll . 1-45 i r M lt . ;. 2-30 263 ?»t. IS . . 815 397 Bon...... t*. 4-0 4-22 Kell ... 15 . 415 6* * Tbs Hie ot tide Sn Keppel Bay vail« from sa. ta lift, and»! the triper Flat» from 6ft.tol0ft. Depth of water at the Upper Flat-Ln the old or natural channel, at lo»- water springs, Itt. Oin; hipest springs, lift. Oin. Kaw outang st low water springs, 5ft. ?. ia highett springs, 16ru-The time of high water is slightly in Änenoed by freshets and high winos. t Tuelldmesehthelrridlatthe Pilot Station, Keppel Sav.Sh.40u. eirlUr. and st RocYhvnptoa 39m.- later cum tue.aours named la the abOTe table. '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

The Balclutha, s.s., left the wharf at Doon yesterday for Sydney direct. The fjord Aahley, e.a., arrived at Townsville at 1 p.m. yesterday, from Bockhampton and Mackay. ¡Dbe . Queenaland, e., ¡eft maryborough at ll a»tn. yesterday, for Gladstone and Bocthampton. «ad paned Woady Island at 3 p.m. The Tinonee, s.e., left Townsville for Bock bampton eui Intermediate Porta on Wednesday. Sar arrival at Bowen boa not yet been tele grapuea. The Lady Bowen, a., left Gladstone for Mary- borough and Brisbane at S'30 a.m. yesterday. The Blackbird, s.s., did not leave Cape Moreton until 2 p.m. on Wednesday. Intelli- gence of her arrival at Gladstone had not come to hand last night The Boomerang, s.s., from this port on Satur dayjast, reached Sydney on Wednesday. We are pleased to hear that copper has accumulated ao largely at St. Lawrence, as to necessitate a special trip of the Tinonee to that ? port after her arrival here from the north.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

COMMERCIAL. MB. S. B. DAVIS reports that at Iiis produce sale yoslorday tbere was not a large attendance, but all were buyers, and tbe prices realised were bigli, quality considered. & parcel of butcher's greasy wool realised Sid. per lb. ¡ skins 3d. per lb. ; and station bides 3J d. per lb. There being a vessel in the Boy laid on for Loudon, Mr. Davis anticipates an improving local market for produce of all kinds.

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MANIFEST. OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

MANIFEST. OürWABDS. 1 April ll.-Balclutha, i.s., for Sydney: 2 bale« wool, W. Thomson ¡ 1 case bedding, Beddek; 79 or. 6dwt. 12 cn. gold, Union Bank; 89 balei wool, 3. Headrick and Co. ( 14 balea wool, A.J.S. Bank; 60 balea wool, 3. Palmer and Co. s S7 balee wool, J, Stevenson and Co. ; 6 bales wool, 1 bag hair, A.8.N. Co. ; 7 bales wool, B. Towns and Co. ¡ 7 bales wool, . W. 8 ^Eaiil t 15 bales wop!, G. and J. Living.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

TheJomes Paterson e., bringa us Sydney files to Saturday tatt, ttie 6th instant. The following ia Crom the S. M. Herald of that date : The stock and share market closes very dull, and no broker's list was posted at the Exchange to-day. Tbs demand for bank stock hm been largo, but sellers were not to be found, and with the exception of a parcel of New Zcalands placed on Wednesday at lost week's price, none have changed hands since the previous day: all local proprietaries aro salable at quotations There waa very little done in steam ; Austral- asian are a trifle firmer. Mining stock has commanded a fair share of attention. Peak Downs Copper were in request early in the week, and went to E|, at which they close firm. Mount Perry sold at 3s. ádranos. Drummonds not dealt in. Coal quiet; only Wallsend changed hands. Gold mines active. Johnsons rose to 26s. on Thursday, and fell agnin to former figure. Recent news from the mino hos improved the value of Band and Albion stock. Buyers of ti...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DETABTUEE. Anuí. H.-Balclutha, s.s., ÍTítoni!, Captain Weir, tor Rvdrjer direct. Fas-engerí-Mr«. Btmeaion, Mr», jjeddek and famllj, Hrs. Wrlslil una family, Messrs. j. Hiller, J. Btereuson, aud Are lu tho steerage.

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CALENDAR. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

CALENDAR, t TlDKS.* DAY. ti MEUOHAKDA. MOON'S ABK. High water « atU.Fhit.t «.m. p.m. Tuon ... n . n-15 037 Vfodnes if) . 1-0 1-23 Thu«... ll . 1« 2'7 Fri. 12 . 2'30 2 53 Sat. 13 ..Í. 315 337 I Bun. H .; ... '.¿ 4D 422 Mon ... 15 .1 . 4« 5-8 .The risa of ttdo tn Keppel Bay varies from «ft. to un., ana at tho Timor Flats from srt.to lon. Depth of trator at tho Upper 1'lat-In the old or natural channel, at low water gprir<?s, J ft. flin; hltrhost (springs, lift. «In. Now cutting nt low water springs, Cfc.; In highest springs, 151t.-Tho limo of lilith water ls slightly tn nuanced by freshets and hltrh winds. t ThcildosroochtlielrtullBtthe Tilot station, Kcppol Hay, 2h. 40m. earlier, and at Rockhampton 30in. later hau tiic hours named in tho ahoro tablo.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, APRIL ll, 1872. IT may bo deemed presumptuous in us to cavil at tbe highly efficient manner in which the affairs of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company have of late been conducted ; but candidly we think, and advisedly we say, that in the in- terests of the shareholders a further improvement is demanded. From the stand-point of the public interest we, disclaim any present wish to reflect upon the Company. Time was when it was a gigantic monopoly, but the Com- pany being now in the agony of a mortal struggle with its energetic competitors, we are ready to admit that for the sake of the usual dividend every other con- sideration must be determinedly ignored. There is a foolish notion afloat, however, that the gentlemen who control the largest steam fleet ia the southern hemisphere, would best can serve their own interests by studying those of the public ; but said gentlemen appear to think otherwise, and to act upon the assumption that to make thc s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

SfälMTPFING INTELLIGENCE. ABBtTAlS. Aran. 10.-lïfllcluthti, s,?., 272 tous, Captain Weir, ffom. Bydnoy and MurvbDrougli. Fasdoiiftorf)-Mrs. O'Ronrko. Messrs. 0. J. Skardon, II. A. Perkins, and ono In tho BtOOfftRP. Anni IO,-Jainüs Patcnon, BA, 387 tonR, Captain finundrrR, Tram Sydney on tho Oth instruit, raasongors Uro. Hosjr, Mossrs. G. Crunstou, Wlllliiin M'Brjde, and tone in thu Ptccrnpo. Aini) m.-lindy ItoTon, ketch, Watson, mnslor, from ColUono. Cargo: 5UÍWfool linrdwood, J. Ferguson. DEPAETUEE. April fl.-Lady liowen, 425 lon«, Captain Cou lor, for tilfldrtoiiQ, Maryhoroufih, «ntl Brisbane. Ta*» .jenners-Mrs. <!. h. Johnnon and child, Mossrs. C. L. .lohnbon, A, Fyfo f M.L.A.), H. M. Chaster, A. Mommnn, V. Buckland, A, Aschor, Bennett, M. Myers, fiov. rather Holy, and 12 In tho etoorage.

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

MANIFESTS. April 10.-Balclutha, E.B., from Sydney : 55 baga «alt, 29 bax» »ugor, 75 catea porter, 32 baca rico, 2 casca coffee, 2 cases pepper, 3 quortir caaks brandy, 2 cases bluo, 1 cank blackinp, B. Brodnitz ; IO boxes tea, 1 quarter-cask vinegar, 6 cases kerosene, 3 cases mustard, 1 case starch, 1 case blue, 1 coso blacking, S. Fart ; 80 bags potatoes, 16 bags onions, 1 case sugar, 12 boxes lea, 1 package tobacco, H. Recd and Co. ; 20 boxas tea, G. M. Leigh i 0 half-chosta tea, Feez ; 2 cases jams, I bag pepper, 3 MBPS VOBIUP, 1 cask zinc, 2 cases sewing machine, Budden ; 1 balf-cheBt tea, 1 case coffee, 1 caeo pickles, 1 coso table salt, 1 ose vinegar, 1 cask apples, 32 mats sugar, 1 casa bedding, 1 package bedstead, I cass washing machine, 2 cases wearing apparel, 6 casos sundries, 1 box cornflour, 1 bag seeds, 1 case oatmeal, 1 case salmon, 1 case oysters, 1 case fish, 1 case starch, 2 drums tar, 1 leg whitelead, 1 case stones, 1 cask sundries, 81 I bars iron, 6 Bilo arms, C ...

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

ADELAIDE. i Wednesday. Breadstuff's aro firmer. Sales of wheat are reported at 5s. 6d. per bushel.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

MELBOURNE. Wednetdoj Evoning. , The Russian steamer "Isamroud" left liere for Sydney to-day. .<. ,.

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THE COURIER ON SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

. TJIE.'C'Or/BÍBB OIÎ'iBtiâAÏIÔN. j irS^fanejih.'e>jtó?anojoget!e efrain pa tba ' ifcjR ^BMh%tia\ßepmUon,qmßm.vsi j M tn ttl Uta articles, the r Courier, gaea on ! 'two ttoit important seaports north o^Sydney, Xor some jean, at any. rate, previous to the advent ^;,Kr. .Palmer ;and;^tr. .tAreber, the members for thé metropolitan constituencies aMivitasst rrfendly'acooTa 'Triai^hBWebre-. swrtatites of 'the' Northern 'eohstituiricies'.' Tht sjettdaBt/ateaJstttf thé one-are »6 manifesUy the essential interests of the other that" it is a matter of no «mall astonishment how these in- herent properties'should 'liare "been -neutralised bjifhe; asofajdanoj of ¡th« i Colonist ,SerjrBtary\in tne,,pprtbeffl.,»ToqcuUe> -arJ'% toe iileftuence' which lie fies exercised on our public poltcyi fer the last five years. _It-seems extraordinary indeed, fndja^eit/nçnedjble; that,1 a.' town end diitriot Certainly ranking not less than second to unj in Queensland should still be so shamefully n^srwe^...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 April 1872

TOE proceedings at the Revision Court held on Tuesday and yesterday, appear to have excited some comment among those persons who are ever ready to impute evil to their fellow-men. If the Bench erred at all, they erred on the side of liberality, for the Elections Act of 1867 scarcely warranted them in ! adjourning the Court to allow of the { appearance of applicants, as might bo inferred from the tenor of the advertise- | ment published yesterday. Moreover, a great number of claims were allowed yesterday which would not have been | admitted had a District Court Judge presided, for in the southern districts it has been repeatedly ruled that applicants must personally attend at the Revision Court. The Bench yesterday, however, allowed all claims in substantiation of which anyone present was prepared to speak. But, strictly -speaking, they should have refused to admit such claims, especially as it was notorious that many of them, if closely scrutinised, must have been rejected, as not b...

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