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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

Pnor-iiiEToñ. . n¿ -?.J ? í-s» --../ . . ¡ OTHE undersigned baga to announce i. i to, the publie,of Bockbsmpton «ud adja- cent country districts, that he has, purchased-' from tlie lata owner all the ' PREMISES, .PPC« TOBÄB; ïuaîrrnrBE, tte, etc, 'of th» 'nbovè ling- established and fovourite ' Kital, and. respectfully solicit* a continuance of the' Tery liberal : patronage aocorded te the late proprietor. The advertiser deems it- quite unnecessary to dilate upon the excellent 'accommodations and numerous attractions of this well-known estab- lishment. i ruchos, however, much pleasure in stating that, with the object of ministering to the convenience and comfort of his patrons, extensive alterations and improvements have been made in the premises. The long experience of the new proprietor, his intimate acquaintance with the tastes and requirements of COUNTRY VISITORS and FAMILIES, and the fact that the whole arrangements of the establishment are under his direct personal supervision...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

OÁBBISB'B lioenses were granted yesterday, by Mesara. Livermore and Beddek, J'sP., to H. Sebreek, William Crosby, and Henry Byan. TOB return of operatjpni of the Queensland Government Savings Bank for the month «if March, shows that on. the 29th February there' waa £422,772 10s. 6d. to the credit of 6895 depositors [ and on the 31st March, £123,407 16s. 6d. to tba credit of 6911 depositors. The increase in the amount of deposits for the' month was £635 6s. FOB some time paat reports have been in circulation with reference to the management of the Central Queensland Meat Preserving Com- pany, lt waa known that Mr. Allen, the Secretary,, .«rat here temporarily only, and conjecture was rife as to his successor. A month ago Mr. Archibald Archer was spoken of, but soon after the arrival of the last mail it transpired that thc appointment had been accepted by his brother, Mr. Thomas Archer. The name of the new manager is a guarantee that the appoint- ment hat been conferred npon a gentlem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

.'ii: TUBHEB, ;:] 'ôbl.BBOKiCB, STOCK IND STATION ' ADEN*. ' ' LIBERAL ADVANCES on the cjip' of the ensuing season ; also on Wool,' Sheepskins, Tallow, Hides, &e., consigned to biro for aile or shipment. Offices : 171, Pitt street, Sydney ( Wool Stores, Ciroular Quay (Late Irwin and Turner.) BOOTS & SHOES! BOOTS & SHOES!! GEORGE FLETCHER BEGS to inform his Customers and the Public generally that he has BB MOVED to those CENTRALLY SITUATED PREMISES (Adjoining Wing Web's new Stores), EiST'BTBSET, RocjCHUTPTON, Where be St now opening a NEW and WELL SELECTED STOCK OÏ BOOTS AND SHOES ! Itt THE TEES ! LATESE STYLES AKD FASHIONS ! | Just Teceived ex " Egmont " and other Tessels. ' The Order Department will continue to be onder the immediate supervision of Gr. BLETCHER, Who will give his best .attention to all orders entrusted to him. OAEDNEE & GO., TTHOMSIIB HIV SEUIL OO "R.ITW Á.X R, S, GOLDEN BOOT STOEE, (Next Trenob Charley's Lire and Let Lire Hotel), ÏA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

ment. As Mr. Fox states, the down» are " heavy 'drawing," but they are never impassable for long intervals, and they are not unsafe, -, BS *' flooded ] country" is well-known to be. It is true that they are badly watered ; but the cost of wells for watering teams would be slight; and oven Mr. Tox J must admit that the DOWDS are ; luxuriantly grassed. The carriers tell us that although the Downs are " beavy i pulling," their cattle improve upon them. But all this is really beside the question, as the Broadsound road runs ] just as far through Downs as the Bock hampton road does. Mr. Fox, in concluding, gives a I characteristic blow to Rockhampton, j which he stigmatises as the seat of " envy, hatred, and malice." But j we will not retort. On the contrary, wo will assume that St. Lawrence is the home of love, peace, truth, and virtue. So pleasant an assumption will not affect our argument in the slightest degree will not improve the port or reduce the length of the road. "We have the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

?brought to bear upon the Bubject, the moro certain tho reader will be to como to a right conclusion. And in doing so wo cannot but remark upon tho dubious ' course taken by theso Broadsound advocates iu laying their ex parle state ments before tho Brisbane public, instead of availing themselves of tho columns of thc local journals. Still, it may be admitted that tho Co.TEitFiEMis and the FOXES have a right to choose their own battle ground ; and it may be allowed also that during the silly season the Courier must be excused for padding its calumas with such fustian as the Broadsound advocates have been moved to supply. For our part, wo take the subject up in proof that we aro not afraid of it, rather than from any belief that the controversy will in the slightest degree affect the question in dispute. Mr. Fox declares that by means of nearer cuts, thc length of the Broadsound road VoClermontUasbeen reduced to with- in 11-0 miles. He does not start from Broadsound, however, but from...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES, AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. GEORGE TOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES, AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED MESS SELBGBAMS. GEORGE TOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER. SatursaT. TUE drat Gold Escort left here for Card veli this morning. It talcs (rom the Etheridge 918 ozs., and reef gold from the Gilbert 1013 ozs. Previously brought down by private hand from ! tho Gilbert 886 ozs. j The following aro results of the latest I crushing!) :-31} tons from the prospecting I claim Chance Beef, yielded £8 ozs. 12 dirts. 27 tons from the prospecting claim Overland Telegraph Beef, 42 ozs. ll dwts. 20 tons pros- pecting claim Liberty Reef, 33 ozs. 20 tons Ko, 3 north Harp of Erin Beef, 32 ozs. IS dirts. 18 tons No. 1 north St. George Beef, 26 ozs. C dwti. I The population is steadily increasing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

..fl*. fflHE well-known Al-flipper : r»115\ x «hip "LIGHT BBW«)E,V . saflKsn^l344ton> ragiitor, ondet th« Conj-; .nundi of GloBGi EOCDEK, B»q., ia .appointed, to * (SAIL PÇE LONDON, MOM THE POET OF EOOKSABfPTON, ?'. On pr «bout 16th JUNE WEXT. HM Spletrdid accommodation for til «law«« of r^ettgenretthe following ratee, Ti«. : * ... ... «BO 0 ,"I. «3STEB1IEDIATB ." ," «0,0 irV'fiTEBBAGE ... ... 18 10 Small pa stages ooruSgoed >to Atada in : England «til be care fal ly ettondtd to. " '.for SreigTit or Passage, apply to ? ^ rt.*». HAREM, Y Briibari» «nd foaWich i I?.. . . OTO. B. fiHAW,^7 f C 8 /' <?</>?' Bathampton, t* ^ ÄA BEfiDBEN .GIjÍPfÉR -CV. UNK.-FGR itONDON. KOTICE TO IA*JSENGERS. rlag £rst-clau vvafefci making an. »T«mg»r«st«««of 60d&ji, Vfll be dispatched, onorïn^utthafollowing'datot.-- \; " ' Tons. Commander.. BBnOKCAT «A.8TLE ... HOD, Wallace,; -lian» ? ? . ? . : CKBIBIIRA rjHOMPSOlC 107», Morrey, '<'<' &l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

(From the Courier.) STDKEY, April C.-Over fifty-nine thouBand Bbares in the Queensland National Bank hare been applied for here. NORMANTON, April 5.-Unsatisfactory reports bare been received from the Cloncurry diggings Many persons are leaving there for the Etheridge and elsewhere. The weather has been much cooler during the last few days than it was' previously. Tbe mean temperature in shade last week was 85'1. (From the S. M. EeraU.J \ MEMOUENE, April 6.-There have been storms of great severity at the Mauritius, j Several vessels have suffered, but no damage to any extent has been done to the plantations, j At the Cape diamond fields the rush of people is increasing. Lynch law ia cropping up. President Preforms hos resigned. The alleged conspiracy case in connection with the race between Hewitt and Bedford was called on at tho Court and remanded for a week in con- sequence of the absence af the defendants in 8ydney.

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

MANIFESTS. nrwAUDa. April 13.-Dawn, from Brisbano : li cases erout, 8 cases kummcll, 50 rages 5 quarter-casks brandy, 5 hogsheads nie, 79 casks porter, 25 cases kerosene, A. Q Hcnriqucs ; C hogsheads ole, B. Brodnitz ; 9 hogsheads ale, W. F. Walton and Co. ; 12 quarter-CHsks wino, 10 casks SO casca braudy, 55 bags snit, 10 casts currants. Order ; Î5 bundies wire, George Fairbairn ; 20 cusks cement, 10 bgs rice, 8 tins biscuit, 5 boles candles, 5 cases starch, Order; 50 cases stout, J Hendrick and Cn. ; 90 bundles hoop iron, Bcrkclmnn and Co.; 50 coses kerosene, 1 case muscatels, 20 casks whiting, G. B. Shaw ; 50 bags maize, Order. OUTWARDS, April 16.-Queensland, e. For Gladstone : 10 bags dour, 2 oases fruit, J. Hendrick and Co. ; . 20 bags fluur, 1 case hops, 1 keg brandy, 2 cases

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

THE Parliament meets at noon to-day. The only business transacted, we presume, will be the delivery of thc Vicc-regal Speech. THE magistrates resident in Rockhampton are reminded that the adjourned Jury Bevision and Annual Licensing Meeting are appointed to take place to-day. TUE monthly meeting of the Committee of the Port Curtis and Leichhardt Districts Hospital is called for to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, nt four o'clock. TUE tongue is an unruly member, indeed, and often also a costly one. On Sunday, just after church time, a man indulged bis dirty propensi- ties by making use of highly obscene and profane language hi Quay-street. He iras given in charge by Mr. William Thomson, who has long suffered from similar nuisances. After stable a blow on the chest. He was brought before the Bench yesterday, and received exemplary punishment, being fined £5 for the bad language, and £3 for assaulting the policed In default of payment, tbe prisoner was tent to the lockup fur three months ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBIVALS. APB.IL 13.-Dawn, acliooiicr, Captain Vf. Collin, from j Brisbane. DKFABTDBJGS. HAiiril m.-Queensland, e., mutant, Captain Smith, for UlaoMoiin, llaryliorouKli, Billi Brinuuno. t'lissimseri! llre^rinhtron.', rourchililron, lind sonant, Messrs. H. P.Mvermom. T. «'. 1'Kreou, I). ArinslroiiK. E. K.Kmilli, A. 1». Costal, C, C. Bresliu, unit «ix lb lim btcorufic. April 10 - Blackbird, 8.S., 10*1 lon», Cmitahi Tonwiec, for CladstiHio, Ilrisliaui;, sydney, und Melbourne, l'as, ?unirai*-Mrs. IiOdwitli, Mcs«rs. T. V. Mocannalo, il. Allan, Howell, H'l.ls, Lodu illi, ono or Uv« oilier», and . twelve In tbe atcorago. j

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SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

SYDNEY. Monday Evening. Murphy bas been committed for trial for the murder of his wire at Cathcart. Tho Sydney Insurance Company have de 1 dared a dividend and bonus equal to fifteen per cent. The last quarter's Customs reTenue shows s docrease. ! The City Corporation hare again been de- feated in un attempt to enforce the Sewerage Bate. Captain Tucker, of the schooner <. Margaret and Jane," has been committed for trial for abandoning a part-owner of the vessel at New Hebrides. Arrived from Brisbane: "City of Brisbane."

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

TEX ASSAULT OH THE QITSOSK.-In oonfirma tioh of tue ¡ten in our English telegrophio news relating to the »sault on lier Majesty by the man O'Connor, «re (Courter) hare received the following telegram, dated March I, which «ra« forwarded to His Excellenoy the Governor by the Earl of Kimberley:-"Yesterday a youth presented a pistol nt the Qneep, when about to leave her carriage at Buckingham Palace on returning from her drive. He was immediately seised, and it was found that the pistol wu not loaded. Her Majesty behaved with great courage and composure, and is in good health and spirits. This is sent to prevent exaggerated reports." As AKERICAH PUBLICIX'B VIEW OT -THE LIQUOB TRADE.-A Boston paper tells the fol- lowing i-Ever bod y in ? country, Main«, knowe or hos heard of Ed Pearce, . popular landlord and a great admirar of horses. Ed is something of a literary genius, and his latest production is such a novelty ia tts way that «re make liberal extracts therefrom :-" My bar," he says...

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. SOUIH ENTRANCE, MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

NOTICE TO MARINEES. SOÜIH ENTRANCE, MORETON BAY. MASTERS of Venéis using this passage, are cautioned that the depth of water on tile Bar has decreased from 15 feet to 13 feet G inches at low water-springs, . To pnBuro carrying this depth, the bar should lie crossed willi the rocky knoll on the beach westward of Point Lookout almost iii line with the centre hummock of the triple hill at tho back, instead of midway between the two western hummocks, as previously directed ; the north break being at the same time on with Mount Tempest. After crossing the bar tho inshore end of the north break should be steered for until the deep water channel is reached, when a course should ba steered so as to ensure being to the norlbward of the line of beacons before rounding tho south spit. Ot. P. HEATH, Commander, H.N., Portmaster. Department of Forts and Harbours, Brisbane, 5th April, 1871.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

. Shipping Announcements. rkm& AUSTBALA8IAN fmrl^J- 6XEAM NAVIGATION i ayggjgpoOMEAliY'S STEAMSHIPS. . Var JBÜDVST .DIRECT.-Steamer within 48 hom* mitti antral. ' ;'8BIB9AirK. »ir? GLADSTONE .nd MMtïBOROûOH. - "Queensland," < lor 3EÓAD80ÜN».-.' liponte," OD or .boot Thunda/ »at, ,P. £. BARpEfy Agent. ^BonUhMpptyp, April 16,1672. H¿^^0LA(^BrBI^^ÍD jn^^^^^^elT^uzooott j 2 cases' Jan^^^Ç^ Waitan und Ca. j 1 keg paint, 1 package, Hill ; h hare iran, 2 packages, Bell and Gardaer. For Brisbane : 521 mata sugar, G boxes raisins, 2 portmanteaus, Barker ; 8 bales wool, A. Shields ¡ 1 waggon, Armstrong ; D hides, A. Anderson ; 3 bundles empty bags; 1 omply quartcrcosl!, Maitland ; and 33 tierces falloir end 76 hides for transhipment to Sydney steamer. The schooner Dawn left Brisbane on Monday, the 8th instant, i rrivcd in Keppel Bay on Friday last, and at the wharf, Rockhampton, ut noon on Saturday. - , The Blackbird, s.s., left the wharf Tor Southern Ports between 3 oud 1....

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CALENDAR. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

CALENDAS. ArniL. 7-31 K'IH u ti nu 9-30 «'54 10 IS 18'ti * Tho r!«o of tldo in Keppel Uar varies from 9ft. to 14ft., an« Hillie V juror FlutB from 50 .lo Km. Dcplli or watoral Hie Uppor Fiat-In Hie old or natural r.Iiaunot, at lon-wntór s]irir.Ri, 111. «In; hilliest Bluings, »la. «ta. Kew catting ul tow water sprint», r,ft-î li» nighest spring», lsrt.-Tho time of Mali waler ls slightly in untraced bv froshots and liijrh winds. t Tlioiidosrosrh ttolrfullattlio rilnl Station, Keppel Bay, 21i. 40m. earlier, and nt Boukliampum Mm. later hau tho hoars named la tho auovo tablu.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVEE. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

wrrn wnicu is INCOBPOHATJCD TUE GLADSTONE OBSERVEE. TUESDAY, APEIL 16, 1872. IN the person of Mr, " GEOHGE FOX," of St. Lawrence, wo welcome tlio re- appearance in tho Courier of "DAVID Coiu'Eni'iKM), jun." Not that we aro particularly charmed either with his matter or his manner as a newspaper correspondent, hut because wo like to seo the signature of a writer manfully appended to his productions. We now know with whom wo have to deal, and tho public,both south and north, will he able to form a juster estimate of the arguments used pro and con. When " DATLM Cowiîni'inr.B " wrote to the leading journal ostensibly from patriotic motives, and tho Courier went out of its way to endorso his statements, tho southern public might bo excused for believing that neither thc Broadsound road nor port had received fair con- sideration at tho hands of tho Rock- hampton Press. Hut now they have DAV in CoppEwiELn's alias, and find that ho represents a large carrying firm who have a fortune investe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

suddenly alarmeoT>yin5^HwEr<»nu^lli^B endeavouring to cet into the bush for shelter, had reoeired blt death wow whilst clambering np a little rocky gorge, as the appearance and position of the limbe are those of a person in the act nf climbing. The corpse was «ell kept, and could not hare lain there more than fire or six days.' It is undoubtedly that of Parnell. E. -A tull mon with a long brown heard ¡ body perfectly naked) the »bole of tbe front part of tbs taos, completely broken in beyond identification ( a pair of nearly new colonial made blucher boots were found near the body. Supposed by the beard to be Bows or Thomp- son. F. -Was Williams, disoorered by H.M.8. " Basilisk " murdered by blows from a wooden sword, the whola of the back of his head haring been dashed to pieces. _ G. and E.-found on the beach, on the south side of a stream twenty-two mile« from Card- well ; the poor fellows seem to hare reached so far in safety, and were barbarously, murdered just of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

Servants or Situations Wanted. ANTED, for a DAIEY near '» town, a reaped able MARRIED COUPLE. Apply to PATRICK EGAN, Merry Jig Hotel and Store, Allenstown, Rock- hampton. -,- . t ,-: Vy ANTED, by a Bespectabte VérOtm, * * a situation in a private family,' BB NEEDLEWOMAN and otherwise useful. Address, El 8. M, Post-office. WANTED, by a Young Lady, a situation as NURSERY GOVERNESS. The country preferred. Address, "Beta," Bulletin Office. WANTED. Tb/o First-clbia BOOT MEN to tnalre'pegged and sewed werie. Constant employment at beet Wages. GARDNER ft CO., East-street -

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GLADSTONE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th April, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 April 1872

GLADSTONE POLIOS COURT. Saturday, 61 k April, BEFOBE Henry Friend, Esq., J.P. UsaiWiCLlT WOÜKJMSQ. Robert M'Qee was brought up. on a charge of unlawfully'and maliciously cutting, wounding, and maiming one black pony mare, the property of. O. W. Bich (the Police Magistrate). Ser- geant Were conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Handy appeared for the prisoner. Sergeant Ware 'stated that about 5 p.m. yesterday he caw the prisoner trying to catch the black mare ; he caught it, and on witness going up to him be began looking in her mouth ; the mare got away into the bush; saw the prisoner again trying to catch ber, but lost sight of them ; at that time there were no cute on the mare, or blood on the prisoner's bowsers i witness was close to them ; noticed a large butcher's knife in prisoner's bolt-believes the same knife es now produoed; about 6 p.m. arrested the prisoner on board the steamer front Port Denison i he had the knife and belt under him in his bunk, but told witness it was on t...

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