Elephind.com contains 29,560 items from Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
PROFESSOR PARKER AND MR. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 March 1862
PROFESSOR PARKER ANT) Ma HALL. A sBRiBH of entertainments fcave ben given by the above geutleoten during the week, at the Court House, Rockhamp- ton, to large and respectable audiences. Nnmlajr one of these carne off on Mon- day evening,-the first hour laang taken np by Mr. Hall, during which be per- formed »muerons cud. tricks, and other my=tic feats with wonderful tact and dexterity. The deception thus practised upon the audience was complete, and elicited front time to time vociferous bursts of applause. These tricks were l*r foruied so'dy tvitli the hand, nnassi'del by iiiiy «icciianical ep jurat ni, and there- fore appeared the more incomprehensible. As a ventriloquist, be »vas equally suc- cessful. Professor Parker then caine for«ard, and displayed his well-known skill and power in the ase of ihe broad- sword-cutting a whole sheep in two at one Mow, then a leg of mutton, and ihirtlly, a bar «of metal was divided in a bindiar manner. The bar »ins simply hung by a string, but it...
RETURN OF H.M.C.S. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 March 1862
RETURN OF IL M. C. S. VICTORIA. II. M. C. S. Victoria, 7 guns, Captain Norman, from Gulf of Carpentaria (anacer« Island) OH the lUtli ult., is now in Keppel Bay, foi fuel, on her uay to Moreton Bay. Tracks of camels were seen on the hanks of tile Fundéis, by Walker, »ilio arrived at tlie Alliert Uiver on the 7th Deocntbcr, aud left Ngain to follow np Buike's tracks ou the ¿Olli i*cceml«ei Walker was determined, if possible, to follow up Burkes track throughout ; he has now- been tevent» eight days fioiu the Albert, and he may therefíire lie slioitly rxpected in Mcilm-nrne. His pro- visions were replenished by Captain K«r 1 mai), his supplies being ample for futir I mouths, and with a little economy calla- ble of serving the ]&lt;arty for live months Ifoizfeldt, one of Walker*» party, has rc | turned to UoekltAiii|>toii, ami his place i tuts liecn supplied by a volimtcer from the " Victoria," Mr Arthur Moore. , The journey from leckhampton to tin Alliert Uiver iicctipied 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 March 1862
I- = I Intelligence Beglatry Office, I QUEEN-8THEE1. UBISBANE. MESSRS. PLANK A CO.. A1JC TI0XKEK.S, KTOCE, bTATIUN, and OENEI'.AL COU MISSION AGENTS. ' ItearisUy Office for all uvtcnplioas el natte j and fetatale aerraots. j All onie» «titrated with dispatch. I Alt immigrant arrsaVbi visited "by a mrtabi-r «f the Ana itantediatcly *ft.r arrival; en gauremtoU made, and tbe parties forwarded OB leosipt of «emitiano». K.B.-Luggage stored. TO KIlU'Wi.MflTs ANO OTIIKIK. PERRY PUNT. f.«lariat P«*iSt*jay'«&lt;a|rioc, UrinWiic. Lath Fe-Uwpr*. ¡(f,X T'KNI'KRS wiH be nstsâw-l at thi* Olki-r «ntill2o'el'Hk,o(t HATL'KllAV, tha Sind Mar. li, frota person« willum to mu tract im th.- &lt;*,nwra&lt;*ii>u «f a }>L*N'l loi Ote i ilarr.it' Jtiv.-r, ftitefchampton V enders to buoudtartod - Firry Pan». It«* «ll»!«*«!»."" flan, Wi.i-ilicataon, and Fiaran of Teenier may be«ecu mail fartherptrritwUniiubtaiii.«!, at the fCngmeer of Koad« &lt;rtSce. Vrislmiii-. ead at th...
MELBOURNE. Friday evening, the 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 March 1862
M Ki.no V « xu. Fiiday «veuille;, die 21 st. lix the Assembly, the Gove-rumeiit gave notice of ilieii intention to deal nilli the Goieiitor't sa'aiy us soou as business per- mits. Tin- «uspe-iuion «»f Messrs Centello and ' Anderson lia« been minonu'-ed. Liabilt 'ties, X1»*31«J0. Their '«lance «heel 'shows 10s iu (be pound. Heavy loss,s \ iii block and viucyatd opera ions arc re-, , polled as the cause. ' At the won! sa'es S^OO bales were ' i offemi : um greater poitiou nu bought [ in at buril rates. Reeve a scoured I fetched 2s. 2Jd. j JOCKEY CLDB RACES. KtllWAV älSKaVj. Falcon. 1 Carisbrook. 2 PBOcrcE Sracrs. Musidora, by Premier. 1 Baroness, by Boraudo. V. Corio, by Indian Warrior. S GBEAT UANDICIF. Flatealdier. 1 Sir James . 2 Five Started and was won by three quarters length. HcltDLB BllCC. Oominick . 1" General. 2 Tommy. ii Capital race. The Henrietta, Bevis, Louise, and For- mosa, arrived to-day from the Mauritius , with sugar ; and the Jean front Manila, and Seres, iront Foo ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
TO CORRKSPOXDEXTS. ¡ ÍMterr ¡ot«! 1*4 r,r tí.» nlmanf of tte 8VU.FT4 V I "">?&lt; '.».. n«nn- »-.t »ddren «f tb» «nur ' Urh«*i. ut>i»e.&lt;ei««anUfor fHibUeatioa, bul rn« m : KU»r»nUs? ,if hi« -rjwid fulih. rnmnaniratioii«. m eri-r togalo insertion, «hoald ' "bon. sad «a rou»» nf public atltttr. Tb» .bania sisa br wrUiT ia a lexi bte hud. mad oó «ai «ide of tbe paper only. Tb>Editor viatica it «, he dUtloetlr ttalmtend. «bu b» in ni «raj Meatian '. ¡SKI; with IL» «aulau-uta ! ! MpwaW by &lt;"or?**rorulaota, i_
ENGLISH NEWS TO DECEMBER 26, VIA MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
! j ENG LISI! NEWS TO DECEMBER j 26, VIA MAURITIUS. Ix our last issue we presented our rea- ders witli tbe leading items of neus. We now paUúh fanner particulars. (fnm Hit Cevrirr.j Kuri KiiMCfll. tin- SWmmv for foreign j H rta ii». Ii.u forwent*)! « doajiatch lu I l&lt;oid Lyons, thc Kritiwli Knvoy et WasV I iiigtmt, to de.naud that the griitleuiitii taken liv tjiirfain Wilke* (Vom the mail .teamer Trent abouti) ix' at once given up j by thu Fedeial Government, and an ; OIH«1I«ÇV malle fur the insult offered ta the British ña¡¡. I lu lite event of the Washington Cabi ' net incising to comply willi this reason- 1 ; M I ile demand, it was Mated that Lord j Lyons woul.l lie ordered lo Ina*'« Wash 1 ington, ami that war would be al once ] i decUiui. j
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
Hi« mortat remains of HU &&lt;&lt;yal Highness »t« intcrted in the Royal Vault «.f Sc 'Jeorgc* Chapel, Will.!-*, lt tttidiaight «rf tlte 23rd December. Tue Mooral «raw conducted tu- privately.** ros- tí bl« uniter the árcuuislauces. It u cer- tain that Uie cause of Je JUI H U identi- cal ariih that of ihr death* of hie oetuiui, the King «if Portugal and bia yoong** ».rotiier. the Prince of Leningeu. Th« Dake of Cain bridge and Lord Palmer- ston »we amable trum illoosk to ettcitd rtbe funeral. I_
MARYBOROUGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONPEND] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
MAS TüOMOÜOO. [mote om ow« co**tJrw*t»*irt J ¡ñivcr. tuf last we hare had IWMMS ¡T. TI rr! good fort u mt to ar-cnre pearly 200 iuiuiigiant* f»r thia district, mmi Úmmmj itt which the« have hean caught mp augura well, I think, for I Va «disais of oor t/.«ro The great majority of fha new arrivals have been engaged tether be- the townspeople or ta« art lier* on tba river, which ia a prartioal proof «f tba troth nf the aasertioa, tia« tb« «ratât of labour ha* been the caen* of UBI esaajaal |rrogres«i&lt;o. Twelve months ago tala*« were adoree of men here, «rho, af not anv Hilufelr idle, wera not ona^itird ean ployed, and nothing could aniñan* tia* languid condition of the tewa at tant time. Even then, it «ras a ila Tad tba« I* boor was the great want, bot the anaer ti&lt;m did not carry arneb weight with strangers ia the lac» of th« scarcity of etuploymcrd for tbs banda thea im the tun. and there were few, very ssw asar cornera. But now I ant happy to say that mat tem h...
MAKIFEST OF THE UNCLE TOM. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
MAKIFEST OF THE VKGLK 3'OM. For Sydney : J KS batu 2 bgs wool, 1 bale .kin, f 36 aheepekiei, 2 cks tallow, 1 pkp augers, I cs iij«criine,Ils_vre*, Brown, and Co -, BO bslis wool, MantBeiít; 6 ck* uUow, S!l bides, Wilton and Co j I v* boll lee, 1 cs exe bandlos. Skardon. The Jenny Lind &lt;*u adrertianl to leave Sydney »or Hoi kliaruiitun orr the 4tfa instant. I ba jeannie I 'ol e and lilue Sell were also to bara immediate dispatch for this port.
MASIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
MASITEST Ot TUB CLARSNCB. Proa* Brisbane : 3 ess drapery. 1 ca coff**, »3 ck* air, S CM auodrl,*. 1 cn Irao bedsteads, a Uanaes, e lara lisnajakx'., « -caa porter, 2 hada ma, it cat ole. MeKelligrtt ; S ,-caaea gi«, I tot tobacco. Z OB drapery, 1 ca otttTos, 1 ca I ssa aa, Fahler; « iron pota, 1 ca, 1 iron Ina;, 2 caa drapcrr. 2 pkgs window tram ea, Xcaa.HgteUaaon, Hanter, and -Co.; 1 psi, alas «tarie*; 1 pel statleoery. SoUOoUeotor ; I«A earthen ware, Í bei wa«.-care of Uatcfcin- ; eon. Hunter, and Co ; 1 ca wine, 1 ca drapery, j 10 Mk hoop iron Sen champagne. Wau ; 1 oh .parter, 2 bsa candles. Skelton, can- of IWbnar; 1 es gin, 6 cot old tom, 1 ca bitten, 1 ca pickles, I ca jams. I cht tea, I ca ear dUaa, * cat WUMS, &lt; «ka buttled beer, f.1 Barde; lbakdrapeiy, 8mat*iugar.l (-cht tra, 8 bas soap, 10 hg* floor. Boner ; Seas, 1 1 fcnv 4trad .rails, -3 bdls «aap ovens, 2 ltd ls «oven, Winter and Co, care of Bird sad Wor saald; 1 abd diape^, 1 keg nails, a cks bis «?its.4 cs...
HIBD AND WORMALDS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
mun wu won VA f. o's REPORT. . flii!» ami Wnnnalil have to report that ' their r.«lt! «II last Saturday waa well at- j fonded, un.i h.uses .if a good stamp ave¡ r.i.r;ed price* satisfactory to. »he venilora. 1 Fur horses of inferior descriptions there js lint little demand ; for good s:ort lhere is still iiKich einpiiry. Draught st.-ck in'demand Much «njiiirv for gmsl working 1ml locks. We have ha.l no private transactiom ; sinee our last report. ttijckliautptoa, Fridav, 14th March, U?G2.
NAPLES. ALARMING ERUPTION OF VESUVlUS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
NAPLES. ALARMING ERUPTION OF VHSLVlT/S. Most. disastrous intelligence has lieen i ! received from Naples. I j Muuut Vesuvius haß again been the 1 «cene of a must violent eruption, tlie re- | I suits of which have spread terror and j consternation over a »ide extent of -ountry. ; The stream of molten lava poured ! forth bj the mountain ha 1 destroyed the j ! greater part of the town of Torre de j tfsrigo (?) The subterranean convulsions were ' ten ¡fie, resembling au earthquake in ! their force and violence, and being ac I companied by similar result*. The «hocks had caused the waters of the llay : of Naples to recede a distance of £fiy : metres from their usual tide mart. I [The com mander of the vessel hy j : w hit h the neu s from England «vas re- i i reived, report« that fearful weather was | : prevailing off Ceylon at the time of the departure of the mail steamer. Five j ships were dismantled hy the fury of I he hurricane, and as the Salsette would en : counter die foll force of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
ROCKHAMPTON Uvety and Bait Stables, EAST STUKfiT, Oppmtite Skardon't Hotel. PREDBRICK GREGORY be«* to " Inform tb* Fnbllc ot Rockhampton, Mt) tb* anrrotindlnr district, that ha baa tabea tb« abor* Static* of Mesara. BIRO A WDMI ALt\ abd br atrkx attention and ct .flt»j^^bo|Ka Co caba a Shan of Ftablic From lona: erperlenoe in the conducting e>t .¡eajeaenf theéfrataáaaa Stabha) in tba City ed M «tte«rae. be fcnpe* to V- »Me to «Iva aalMaaaloii te all «rho may give him a call KJB.-Alvera on Cha premises. Well «sAared and glassed paddock. F. X. MILNE, j f^USTOM HOUSE A Q*aen\ Agent V Agtat for the QVBJCA&LAND OÜAR £U#.-Town Clerk* Office Bockhamptoo ITOTCHINSON, HUNTER, À CO., U BOCKHAUTTOK. Agents for tb* IViitaJhool «nd Lortdori Fire and Ulm Insnranae Company. Tko Sexaatteva. rpHS UNDERSIGNED lure alway. X aa band a good eapplr of general raer llMliMee for station pee, «ad «re prepared to I rj a»le»j «ad ferwsrd station prod ace end .etfrfUts at aaodentediuxes. HUTCHINSON,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 March 1862
For Port Denison, calling at Broad Sound 4&.THK regular trader "BEN »fc5«>B&lt;..&lt;i.T" «rill Icare Hotthnmptoo for the above |»uru in a fe*' «lay«, ror freight or pa^&a^e apply to Rockhampton Volunteers. \ MEETING of the Members of the -'"a- Buckhampton Company of the Quoetu land Volunteer Hine Brigade, will take place at the COURT HOUSB. ou TUESDAY KT'SlXa NKXr. tbc 16th inst., at half past aeren o dock, JOHN JARDINE. P.M., Captain Cuannandiug Rockhampton Bin««. Rockhampton School of Arts. ASPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the member* of the abure inatitu 1 tien, will be held on tVKDMKSDAV tCVCK I IMO. tba 19tfa March, at tight o'dock p.m., to take into consideration the proposed re i r'mion of the Hale« The dincaaùon da** will tte ojwn «ti Wold.«Jay »o k, abe HÜtk i Sä«, reit. Kat jed : " What anSrase i* «oat ! vuitatile for the c-U'emmeut of a uwatrr." &lt; To br opened by air. H. J. Hall ! The Uofernoiefit hat ing granted one acm ' of gtoo...