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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
K «TATE of preparedness for »var is one ?4" the liest securities agaiaat aggression asd we therefore hail the re-organisation ni" ih» K-«1:hsiiiptÄ« Company of the Quevualan 1 Volunteer JJUâe Brigade Queensland must not couuuae ia a state ' of deféiiceJessoess, and it rests with her people to say whether an effective Volon teer force «hart he organised, or, fading that, the Government «hail be ander the ' Dgfipastty of rai snig a »Ultra We have DO taste tor playing at soldiers, bat it is simple foolhardruess to disregard the pioeot npeevuin and Threatening aspect . e>l political affairs, as ahv> the frequent moinu-ms of the Horn« Government to , tue wiome* to look well to thsmr dafaiesa. AB »ho can Gild time foi the purpose should «nastet the dull exercise«, and *.? quiit s pioliciHiicv in the use of tin* »fle W,.|-e this ntltuided to throughout the cwh'tiy, » lowe capat*V of acting iri conceit wiiild pudmlily be «Me to iiffei i-De. Iii"« n«.iM*nce to au enemy The volunteer mo...
MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. From Sydney. I o» win». 1 es brandy. Wiseman ; I cs tobacco. 2 chu tea, 2 baas «afar, I e» drapery, I fag vice, 1 hg salt. 1 bl «Mp. * kirs apples, 1 ki vinegar. I bx pipes. 1 Ira lime}»««, t lion kees I hdl saws 1 Ml spades. 1 crowbar, 1 tarpaulin. I cs I trnk Soots, Gibson, care of Mansfield, I pkg tobacco. 2 es» I hale drapery. 2 ess hardware 1 kag rails, 1 dosen shovels. 1 case tinware, 1 parcel, Hetrhimmn Munter, and Co, 1 J-ck brandy, IO CM» Arneve, 1 hhdalr, Thoset. I ok brandy. Ihbd rum, 1 i-ck wine, 1 hud ate, ftanT»«», 10 ess gin. 4 J-ckU tea, 1 case .ttadries, I ck rosin, 1 pkg hops, 5 has rice, 1 ck crockery. 1 >fc pitch I trnk SO sacks Sour, é bass potatoes, 9 bai onions, Mans neM; 7 rssgin. koat gene» a 87 bgs sugar, 8 draw white lead, S oat statt«. 4 cs coffee, I cs papper 8 ess oysters. 8 cfs lobsters. 1 ck wfaMog. I ck blacking, 4 uga bran, 2 bgs oana«, 20 bgs potatoes, 2 kgs (.otter. Paton Vaster, and Co, 1 ck braudv. 6 ess wine, 6 CMS...
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
ADELAIDE. The Havilah armad on the 4th iaaiv Sir Dominie Daly immediately |aooew»V«t to Government Hoane, where he waa «worn in by the Chief Joatice and jaaav bers of the Go-vernnieut. After wmctt a grand review of the Volontaera anas held on the Park land» Sir Doona* Daly expressed hiuaadf moth yarnfad with his reception. Dr. Wark, member tor the Marra», died on the night of the *rd rattant, fse waa much respected. Sir D.-oiinc Daly held bat that It*** on the 10th inn., which «na enget nameronsly attende«! Tile Rev. Mr. Pottct bas entered anra- test against the Lurial of Mr. WiBs, a respectable member of the Congrega- tional body, bong tamed ia the groaad belonging to the Church of England Cemetery. Mach tediag is rawntfrstrd, and the result wiü be that the eeaaetor will be thrown opea tor the ena of taie publie. I Flour is dull of «ale, at Hi 12a. Wheat, 4a. 74.
ARRIVAL Of the BRANCH STEAMER AT ADELAIDE with the NORTHAM's MAIL. SETTLEMENT OF THE AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. SURRENDER OF THE COMMISSIONERS TO THE BRITISH GOVERMENT. Boulfttin Office, Tuesday, 12½ p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
ARRIVAL BRANCH eTEiMER AT ADEUTUE NORTHAM« MAIL. SETTlaEMBHT OF THE AMERICAN DIITICÜLTY. SURRENDER OF THE COMMISSIONERS TO TBM BRITISH MVERNMCNT. BcxAAtTrjt tonca, I _ Tuesday, 12¿ pa». Tan " Boomerang," from Sydney, bring» intelligence of the arrival of the English December niau at Adelaide, Optais' dutfield has favoured na with a onpy of a late Extraordinary of the Sfimtg Morning Herald, which contains the tal- lowing: A portion of OufiUtmtng wmtjmU~ked*m Adelaide, Wedrjcsday, 4 am, Tnx Balclutha with the Sooth Aaitraban portion of the English mails of January last, reached Adelaide about wMltîght The maila were received at King George'« Sound from the Northan», which is punctual to the time. The Ateanisbip Bombay sailed from Galle on the 21« January, tor Mel booree, with the December mails. The Balclutha has arrived at Glenelg, after a rapid run of 91 honra. The P. and 0. Company a steamship Northam, Captain Potts, arrived at King George'« Sound, at 8 o'dock pro, on the 7th insta...
LAND JOBBERY. To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
LASJ> JOBBERY. Tu tie Editor of (lit Bulletm. I SIB -I received a late number of your paper, and am glad to perceive that you 'liave " come to die rescue " to put down the jobbery m nins Nothing is so cal t-ulated to retard the settlement of the country as the notoruaa fact that the entiie country is taken op for hundreds of miles bv land sharks and speculative jobbers It i« mere delusion in behalf of the Government and country inviting Ixma fide «eitlem to take up their abode in Queensland so long as this cursad sv stem ts allowed to owmiiae Energy on the part of the autbonnes-or, if one member of jour legislature was to wove fir a re urn of huid stocked and uu alocked, the baie facts published to the uorll would »«vea! a vile and ruinous evstem, that will effectually throw back settlement for many, many years. Persons in your coniiuniiity, high ai»i low. are connected, directly and in directly, with this most uefanoos and infamous jobbery There «re persona who have mule thousan...
BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
BIRD AXD WORXALBS SErORT. IÎÎBP and Worm aid bave to report tbat ihfir sales last Saturday were not (to well attended, owing to the inferior quality of stock Ino ight into market. Out of forty head off.-re.l there were but tweuty-two sold The mai Let at present is glutted with horses evidently not suited for this 'inaiket We would advise owners ot stock and sjieculatorô to select a better UlcKcnption than we have hitherto had on hand, as horses of a good stamp and con 1 ditton meet read) sale We have hld i several private transactions during the neck pnces obtained were satisfactory to the len I >rs i Working hnlh«ks still enquired for ' We s-dd one team during the week Í_
REPORT OF THE MEAT MARKET. [WILSON AND HIGGINSON] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
H MORT OF THE MEAT HARKLT. [WILSOV AND Hiaorxsos.] i BtUF -Sirloin, per lb, 4d , ramp steak« 4&lt;l , Sausage, 4d , Corned Beef, J ! 4d , Ribs and Steaks, &c, 3d , Suet, U Mtjrr«^ -Hmd quarter, per lb , 5d , I Chop« 5d , Shoulder, 5d , Fore quar- j tere, 4d ] VtAt and PORK, 8d , LAMB, per quar- j ter, 4s 6>1 [WATT AN» STEVENS ] Ithtt -Sausages, per lb*, 4d , corned I.TI, 41 , rump steaks 4.1 , si i louis, -I I nhs rouffh joints, £.c , 3d Mt rro'v -Hindquarters, per lb , 5d , t h >| s, *> 1 shoul lera, 5d , fore quarters. Hi I «TFT perl'i.fil , VEAL and Posa, ! vd , LAMU per quarter, 4s
LATER NEWS PER " EAGLE." WE are indebted to Captain Harley for, late English and Sydney papers. LATEST FROM LONDON. London, January 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
LATER NEWS PER « EAGLE." WE are indebted to Captain Harley for , late English and Sydney papers. j LATEST FROM LONDON. ¡ London, January 31st. j The Victorian Loan nab bceu success- ful. There were nine hundred tenders, for over six millions sterling. The official minimum was 102. The average price realised was 103, quoted at three eighths premium, and old 106£ The Confederate Envoys arrived at Southampton on Wednesday. Their re- ception was quiet. Mr. Slidell has gone to Paris A private telegram received by a gen tleman in Svdney, dated London, 31st January, sla'e. that the Cabinet hid re solved on the acceptance of the aove ' rcignty of the Fiji Islands, and that im I mediate steps would be taken for earn- ing out the resolution come to by die Government. Loi. Ion, Fdi. 1. Earl Russell has issued a circulai lay- j iug do au stringent rule-, rcgaiding the treatment of American war vessels enter ¡ iug British j »oils. j New York, 21st Jan. 1 The Confederates have lieen defeated in K...
ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
ENGLISH 6HIPP1N~0 ARRIVALS. I Know MELBOOBXE.-Kent and Moravian. DKPAJtTCaES. FOB Mrt-BonuiK.-Fails- Queen, Australia. Oceania, Cambrian, Swiftsure, Lincolnshire, tVilliam Kedston, William W"rigltt,aod Mer- chant Prince. FOB STDSET.-Star of Hope, Cairngorm, Abyssinian, Indian Ocean, Sebastian Cabot, and J. L. Ball. Fus QUEENSLAND.-The iloottuorency. The Prince of U'ates, a «laddie steamar, for ¡Syduey, put into £iug George's Soaud for coals. CasrAia-v.-Tlie Indian Ocean. froTi Lit-er pord to Kidney, was wrecked on Wexford Coast. AH hands saved. j
DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
Dkraarueas. ktardk *> -tbaunai, ««x, Cavada, roe >?.,* a*,, runfr-Naran, bud, fcimn, aa« atla l-sn aalt, a«aa, kPEma, «awl.*, mr rert «>«SH«.«»tH»t «1 * »?» »aMt raaaom. Ur, Sai>ta,xt«an adtüuwa.Yale^íaa« uu «Tataoa
FRANCE. Paris, Monday, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
FRANCE. Paris, Monday, 27th January. The EMPEROR s speech delivered this evening, contained the fallowing pas- sages:-"My relations, with Foreign Powers give me the most entire aetisfàc-, «ion, and the .visit, of several Sovereigns j contributed to strengthen the tics of friendship. The King of Prussia, by j cooling to France, has been enabled to &lt; judge for himsdf of our desire to onite ' ?till further with die Government and the people, who mardi towards jirogrees with snrc and calm steps. I have recog- nised the Kingdom of Daly from sym ' pathetic and disinterested motives. To i noondie two causes the antagonism ol which ia disturbing every man's mind and j vooeerna-the rival war which is deso j lating America-and which has come to ' compromise seriously our commercial in j tereala, still as long as the rights of neu-, trality shall be preserved we should cou fioe ourselves to offering np wishes that these dissensions may soon come to an «ad." M. Fuald has produced his...
AMERICA, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
AMERICA, Ina diftealtiea with Aie**» bara basa aattled. Lord Lyon* twetraw jaatrtjstiotn'.fcv)»» the British Goreroaaeet to dînant the (ioeeatawietFwtaaslaatvhnVb fi*i«atlhr&lt;amsltr.th* lMtùb. nig bv rJWhokrdïmr of t lie Trwd. jOVrñ !»***. was instinct ed. in the last* patoa, to Commnuicat« the substance **f bW dwepttdtes to Mr. Seward offi .dally, tn order to give the American Gowrnmetit an opportunity of making Voluntiry i«j>araiiiHi, and thus «scar* the tramSiiatkon of appearing to yield to menaça Ko «rawer» having been re «dved np to the 23rd December. Lord Lyons made his official communication, earea dear daysbdngallowed foran onsu er. On the £7th it was announced that the tonr(?) rjri«ooers taken front the Trent would he cbeerfolly liberated - Lord Iryona to indicate a place and time f.r raoaiving theni-and also llial tlve Go varamcat «f the United States distinct!) and unequivocally declare that no direc .tier* wera give» by them to Captain Wirara or t» any otlte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
TBR \l?SfítA!i\SÍAN STE\M tUriQAlfUV OuWTAM \S ¿&lt;4ni&lt;* ' "CLARENCE'' Wîll 1«M* E&lt;*&tl*t»|>t«tt fur CU.lBt.vio. ttarjtornviik. nu-l UtrubuK*. «1» MoVIMY Mncfe 31. ¡uni Monday. April 7. A. 8. N. Co.*6 Steamers. NOTICE -Au car«o Un.M fi.>!ii &lt;!«. AVïtmUsiiu î-tewn N »vision '\nu .Mjrii ttatmm. wurt I« («V -n &lt; liurpe of I hf Um aoMtgtuei hno&lt;«tîati-lr on brini j lanâe*. oHiwáw ft will 1« &lt;art«-.l off at»l .Uteil «itbcir risk and rjjviwe. j Queensland Steam Navigation Company. ÍM pomnnoe of a resolution passed at . meeting of shareholder» in the above &lt;*snaaay. appifcatioas «ill be »ccvired for **. additional ibu» to lie allott*! l.y »BAW. CArPElt, & CO., fiock JOHN STEPHEN'S, Secretary. KEVXRMXi} to die «bore aiJrertise ensnt, the public is inform«! that ?CoptM of the origin! pruxpeotu« and tana« of_applicetioo ftir shares can tie -had «t our «HAW. CAPPEU. i CO. THg UNDBOSIGNKD...
MANIFEST OF THE EAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
MANIFEhT OF IHK EARLE. From Sydney : 1 pkg opium, 2 ess vege- table«, 1 pkg, 1 ta» figs, Palmer, 12 hgs sugar, 1 ¿.tierce tobacco. 8 chus tea, 2 bales wool- packs, 5 hgs salt, 2 bxs soap. 3 ros pi.-kles, 2 ess «Dastard, I kg vinegar 1 pkg. Fe. B; Ihr tobacco, 8 ess sumirlos. 1 es codee, 1 A-cht «ea, 1 fag nee, 1 kg treactr, 1 kg apples, 1 kg vinegar, I ck 1'tu.joice, I cs pickle», 2 boxes Soap. 1 cc «ago, 1 cs starch, 1 ca soda. 1 pkg book«, Heynes. Brown, sod Co -. 6 mats sagar, 1 j cfat tai, 1 be salt, I bx laisins 1 ce sundries. 1 kg lim. juice, 1 ck, 2 cut, 1 matted txU, 1 bdl fr)uig|HUiN, 1 bdl spades, 1 bdl buckets, t kg in«, I ptindstotu, «. bdl wool- packs- 1 bg uaibi, I camp oven, I bill pot». 1 bdl Nock», I bdl rope, 1 stretcher, 50 bags Hour, 1 pkg. 2 horses, Meuzics,caie of Mans- field ; 9mat» »ugar, 1 cht tea, 1 se; the blade, 2 kgs boney. 1 ox cheese. 2 bgs onions, Hutchinson. Hanter and Co; 26 ck« bottled beer 1 ca, 7 ess colonial wine, bhaw. Capper, and Co ; 40 bg« f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862
NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. ÍIlAVE this dar admitted THOMAS BCUVEIEBO, âsa l'Alt1K*,K m tin Business earrie.1 on by mc in Rix kliawritou, j and tile Finn will fiotu this date be carrii-d ' on under the style aud title of SMITH & j BUUNLT', Civil Eagweers, Architects, and I Surveyors. I (Signed) E. J. SMITH. U'IIUÜS' Mills Woraiald. 'IMIE Undersigned, having resohcd . ufMn establishing a OENMtAL I AND AGEXoY in connection with their Business as Civil KnjçiueerF, Architects, and Kur- ve Tots, will be prepared to execute any Com missions which may be entrusted to them for the Sale, Purchase, or Lesson? of Land or Estates, and to negocíate for Mortgages or advances uion Lauded Properties sMiiH & Bussrrr BirittETIN "OFFICE/ ROCKHAMPTON. O N SALE at the BULLETIN OFFICE : LETTS DIARIES, I«GJ. LETTER PAPERS. NOTE PAPERS. FOOLSCAP. FOLIO POST. BLOTTING PAPER. ENVELOPES. VISIL'INO ASO OTHER CARIW-. LEAD PENCILS RULERS. UNDIA RUBRES, SEALING WAX, Ac. SrEEL PENS. PENUOLDEUS. QUILLS. ...