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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

YEW TAILORING nSTARLISft -L* MENT. 103 Kior-street, t.ydn-v opjtos b Messrs J Hill jun, and Sous Cabi- net Manufactory-JAME»s RUShELL, for the last clirht years foreman and cutter to Mr J U Smithers, whi has just retired from I iisincf», l»egs respectfully to announce to tin public, and Hie inenda and patrons of his lab iniplover in particular that he has comm -nee 1 bu-iness on his own account iu the alov named premises, where he hopes IA strict atti ntiou to bowness and moderate chaigo. to merit tb it patronage which hat. been so liberalh bestowed on Ins late em ployer J. R coram, i.ces with an entire new stock, careful!} selected and purchased forca&h. J RUSSELL W. Holme Davis, COMMISSION AGENT & GENE- RAI COLONIAL PROnrCE DEALER, Baltic Wharf, foot of Pyrmont Bridge, y^dnev tsole Apel t for Thompson's Camden Flour Cou ntl y Agencies conducted with atten- tion and diKpateh Inquines by letter promptly answered TOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. IRON CASTINGS. To Engineer...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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SIR CHARLES NICHOLSON AND SEPARATION. (From the Courier, Feb 24) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

BIB tmfeL&o NiC&OLSOK AND » SEPARATION', ffroet the Cauter, Feb 24 ) Tam movements of heavenly bodice of «rent tnaptitnde end vxtivute cocen iricky have always l>een the cause of tusch anxiety and c-mjectiire to as tronomiail bunda. Tit« trarks «Í huge bird |turta»ut«tt> hi«1ics in ibis suUnoar Nähere ant ¡ikewise ¡»vitctally f.Jlowcd hy iw« eyes of die Miol.loi« with foehugs «if hope or feat, not «mm iijrl.-d with awe anal admiration. A living baronet of colonial lireed it a prodigy quite as well 1l»ln»»l«lM to excite «lae admiration of .adotary aoinds as a Hinunter fat luv, or i tmtíva «Tararf, or a pet 1 ¡ried aboriginal 'And wheo the living bar»uet is suprxwed tobo hot entirely »iib.ml ittterett in ia áVsaatial «¡natters at Imite, and is also ''Iraowa to be a «ort of p»ditical Mcddle . «oma Matty iu a «nail ami o,uiet way, it lia not astonishing that his movements 'taWidll exehe »»nie attention. Sir tjtasrlts Nicholson, after bursting upon eba aase of this ...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

RUCK «A UPTON POLICE COURT. SInixh 13. pEPoae Jtihn Jardine, Esq . P.M. Janies Pascoe ». John Goode. Mr. |>eILs for plaintiff. Mr. Bjyle for de- fendant. Charge-taking away a horse, ihe property of complainant. Case dis i.M>e-l. \ Cornelius Daly was broaght before the ! "ourt charged with committing a breach , of th* peace, and ah» resisting the con-, stable iu the discharge of his duty. Fined Sus, i j John Mercer and Charles Holgate ! were diarged with committing a breach 1 : of the peace. Cases dismissed. | j Wilhain Woolley wat brought before , the Court for being drank and disorderly, and «aaulting; the police in the execution j of their duty. Fined 20s. for dronlea- ' I ness, and 40s. for assault. In default of i immediate payeaeut, to be confined in {ha 1hat-up for seven days. I March l8.-Présent : John Jardine Esq . P M , W J. Brown. A_ P. i Wood, and J. B. p. H. lUmsav l Kaqa.J.'.P. "j I AJk^auJAT Qandvaide summoned Cor-j I nelia« Daly for ftsaanlt. Mr. Boyle for plain...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. As one of the Sydney tramway cars I approaching the Haymarket on the morn- ing of the ikh instant on ha way to the railway terminus with passengers for tlie first down train, one of the leading horses slipped and fell. The breaks were immediately pnt on and the car stopped as noon a« possible, bat not before the p* T brote was very mach bruised. Some delay occurred, but eventually the car proceeded to the station. At tlia Synagogue in York-street, Sydney, on Saturday, Ma«di l8, th« service had a spécial reference to the j death of H. B, H. Prince Albert, Lut in the absence of a stated minister no lee ture was delivered. At die Synagogue in Macquarie-street, prayers appropriate to the occasion wet« also offered, ead an address was read by Mr. P. J. Cohen, who dwdt noon the Ufe and character of the lamented prince, «ni upon the les sons which the sad event suggested. i DETERMINED SUICIDE. - Mr. Henry j Garrett, a ch-rk in the General Post Office, Sydney, committed eni...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

Sen.mi, ni AKTS -A special Hireling ..!' the inemlierN of the School of Arts wa« filled fur Wednesday evening, . ?ii the !i-<|MÍsitioii of seven mendient, for ' the i'iiip'.w' of citsideiiiig several pm j««kj..| ¡ili-mtions in the rules. Only ] about a d zeil iiieiulH'rs asseiuhlcil, four ..i>t "t th.> «ev<>n reqiiisiti'»iÍRls not | malt 'mi theil aji|iea ellice. The ineetiiur «is thcicW n,.t held The debating ..1 iss iv ill h- held "ti Wednesdiv even ' ing ne\t ; sTibjert for discussion-"Willi «.ufliage is liest suit«! for the govern 'nutit of ,i counliv "-to be opened bv ¡ Mr Hall. " ' ; j IMIUKSI -An inquest was held at the ] j 1*1 irene», and Ingle llot-e] on Tuesdav I la-t, on the bndv of a man named ' Mivhael lîohan. The piiiici|ud witness j «a- Oiarle* Murphy, who stated that on I the <!«> pr< vions. as be was walking on he bank of the river, his attention was drawn bv s »me hoys to a man lying doun on the gra-s. He went...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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ROCKHAMPTON VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

ROCKHAMPTON VOLUNTEERS. [ A MKKTtMi of the niouiiiora of the Rook bnmptoii Comiiauy of the Queensland Volunteer Kiflc Brigade, was held in the Court-house, Rockhampton, on Tuealaj,, in compliance with an order of the cap tain commanding, John Jardine, Ewj. P.31. About forty persons were preseul. mort of whom weit; uot nieuibeis of th» COIps. Mr. Jardine explained tint he hail called the members of the L'ocklianipton Com|>auy of Volunteer tugethei, with ti view t» re-or^-aiii^iHg the company if pos sihle Alwn.it Twelve months agí.» tumi' seventy persons had enrolled their names | liesides about au ni ii. J iiuiulicr of bono ' ntry iiicmh.-rs. who »ere not loqniml to attend drill or to serve in the company, i excepting in cases of emergency ; but ht1 . cousidoied the ven' sina I attendance öl" i the members on the roll was very dis- couraging. Ile did not think there were more than a .1. zea in the room. He ?could not understand the indifference manifested by the members. He beh'ev...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

CHINA. j The news fiona China is unimportant i The American papers to hand gene- rally maintain a rigid silence in reference to the liberation of the commissioners, but the Evening Bulletin, San Francisco, i has the following : "Mason and Slidell have sailed for Europe. Thdr triumph, individually,, is complete. A British gunboat, the | Rinaldo, conveyed them from their piiaon. It now remains to he seen what reception awaits them iu England.^ They will probably be the lions of the hoar, not so tno«b from sympathy with them as be- cause in their persons the dignity of Eng land has been asserted. The hot haste ia*srbich they were given np is well cal- culated to excite the astonishment of the community. It is only a few weeks since, ikcreiary Wells, and a member of the Cabinet, issued an order sustaining the act of Commodore Wilkes, and Con- j greta bttatad itadf ia devising «ome way , of hononrirtg that officer, and now Mason and Slidell are on their way to England, ' in a British man...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

TUE VOLCAVO or DJEBEL-DCBBEH. A letter from Captain Playfair describes a visit to this volcano during its recent eruption :-" Tlie top of the mountain appeared as if it had been white, but was blackened by the fire. We dug in the ashes about a foot and a half deep before reaching the earth. On the mountain we saw 10 craters, l8 of which smoke in the daytime, and at night give light like a lamp. One very large crater, about 100 fathoms long and 50 broad, burns day and night, and throws out stones as large as - (illegible in the original) ; and all the stones are alike. When the stone is thrown up it ascends in the heavens until it becomes no bigger than a crow, and then it returns lo its place and breaks into atoms. When the fire and the stones issue from the crater they are ac- companied by a noise as if of guns. While the stone is in the sky a rumbling noise is heard, and when it descends it explodes, and another ascends in its , place. We also san- another won- der at the volcano....

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Correspondence The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 22 March 1862

Correspondence. The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of the correspondants.)     To the Editor of the Bulletin. Sir, - My attention has been drawn to a letter published in your issue of the   15th of January, signed T Barnet and   Alexdr. Coutts, in answer to mine of     the 8th of January, in which they at   tempt to falsify the statements there     made. Now, Sir, I shall pass over the first   letter as not worthy of notice, simply   proving that one statement at least was   true by copying from the Log Book of the schooner Policeman - ' 23rd Jan - Wind NE. Commenced with strong gales. Heavy sea running. Four pm.:       furled topsail and inner jib, reefed fore   and main sail and hove to. " 24th - Eight hours hard gales, with heavy sea. Ten a.m. wind and sea ...

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VICTORIA. Wednesday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

VICTORIA. Wednesday, March 12. In thc Assembly Mr. O'shanassy de- clared emphatically agaihKtanialgamatiug the two Educational .Boards. The Government were beaten on the vote for salaries, on the motion of Mr. [ Heal ea that they be voled for the half year only. i Mr. Service's Real Property Registra.- j tioa Bill was withdrawn after s long dis- cussion, iu consequence uf au informality. It is to be re-introduced next weelu Kerch 18. ' The Castlemaine cricketers have proved victorious in their match with thc All-England Eleven, having won with three wickets to spare.

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THE TESSIA IMMIGRANTS. (From the Courier, February 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

Tire TE sari A lema RANTS. (From th» Humer, fy/ruary 2è.l DÜWKO the reccBt short session of the legislature, * question «rsa asked hy Mr. Coxes, aud replied to by the Colonial Secretary, hating reference to tbé^eset that certain employers of immigrants from tile ship Persia iiad refused to give guarantees to the government for the passage-money of those immigrants, tn accordance with the regulations. Per- haps it will be as well io reprint the question and answer, as reported at the time : Ur. Ooxca asked the Colonial Secretar}- ' the following questions:- (1.) Whether the employers of immigrants per ship Portia hare given guarantees to the government for ti» passage-money of said immigrants ? (2.) And, If net, the nason why the regulations have nut been adhered to? The Co LOMAT. Steamar replied that the immigration agent wanted the employers to guarantee the passage of the immigrants per Parua, tnt they would not do so. Tbey were accordingly hired aa ordinary boanty immi- grante. T...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

FkiDAT, FEBKCAST 7. Tommy, « Chinaman, waa indicted tor tb« murder of Georg« Lang, at Port Cooper, oa the 9th of Angibt last. The Attorney-General opened the ease and called Henry Cunningham, who deposed as follow» -. I am a native of the just In- dies ; I know the prisoner Tommy ; I was tn the employ of Mr, Monro in August last ; the prisms? waa a ahep bard in tba assn* employ np to tba 9th of tact August; I knew Ge»rge Lang; he was a shepherd also in the esme em- ploy; tba fwavmcr came to the camp half au hour before sundown, he went to the grindstone and ground his kaile ; Lana; waa bringing his sham in at cha time, and Tommy started off to bri ag tn I fm; h? Itroiighi IJC'KI in st* mi hm! mt hour »fun- l,»,Kt lu i br-n^lit ht* in, l«uig and Ti Mri my* were íC"'"<í to '"'x tlieir sheep for t ie iiitfht ; Lung twill to Tommy, " i« it y HI do not wnti to have bnm;rht hom* tl»- whole <>f ymir flock ?" I s .H I liai To nmy ha t * nwt brought mor<; ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. Pao* Brisbane f«per« «re bave Sydney am totbe 18tb instant. A meeting was bebí in Sydney on J?ildey, the dib instant, to promote the cultivation of cotton, lus Excellency the tío vernor presiding. Captain Towns, .rho was ono of the speakers on the oc- casion, MfMunflsd that he bad already dispatrned veassb for Chinese and Coolie {smilies, and ah» to Canada (ur runaway iisginsa. in urdir Tn iTtiiiffrtr s filsnls i III ¿MB Qasanalsrr!. met no eneanrsgoinent wa» ssferdei ts kw ts Kew South Waist. A. pwiaiuoal eoenmittee was onnoiitsd to confer «nib the Govern- ' nsnnt on tbs subject Ho Isas than ttl Chin- imsaigrants naive* «n Qfénsy en catavday tbs 16th, and û si raasos^ that the Oovernmeut tinVsaJtoraansXtkoan^uand penalty ?raina assglrtl^vapannMsd upon them «Jübar tba «aw not. Mfbk kauency is tVajhtVnnab^a^WpBii a sufficiency of the net hs 4bk eaiany ta »üom^aFthe now oouaars bnutg stwinintad with ita provins*» Mm losvwg tbs Flowery Tito trial trip oí the Diamantino...

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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

BIRD AXß WORM A LD'S REPORT. Biro and Wonuald have to report that their eales «hiring the vreelt have not rome up to the average owing to the in leiior stock brought to market, and prices held out by vendors. The mar Itel is at present -completely glutted with horses of the above description ; we do not advise owners to come forward at the present time with this class. For draught horses high rates can be obtained, the inquiry being very brisk. Store cattle are in demand ; good lats arc worth from 40s. to 42s. 6d. ; inferior, 34K to 36s. fid. Sheep.-We have many inquiries for maiden and yoong breding ewes, and could place at once several flocks. Working bullocks very much asked after, And very scarce,-we have orders on hand for four teams.

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THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Central Queensland Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY CASE YEARS MONTHLY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

TSE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN Amd Cmtrmt Qurauland Adwrtittr. fm II' wtMrVM »a «-ru..»,y.yt , «. fmtf-mt «amálala-, H (ar o-al. * *" ' jC» t^naaw ?saray II «. ila*, T**»i»ua»-r« »a« «..»>»-««». aa aa aaa a-aa-awt*** la-aaniy-»«. »rfll a»« I f»* ai-mr*. ? «?-.??* .rtrrat" JJ.«* «a aa atawaaMlawiaaiV-a .»» r^a»..«ja. ah j aa»iaai<i tata» »Ii lac aataaiar* i «M» «a

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. March 21. BEFORE John Jardine, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

ROCKH&MPTOX POLICE COÜBT. Man-it 21. BEFORE John Jardine, Eei., P.M. j Albrecht Feez was summoned by die ! j Town Surveyor, K. J. Smith, for rc- ' i moving mil (rani thc footpath in East - 1 at neel. Fined in. and tts. ¿d. costs. j Benjamin Jones sued Kmily Wake- field for Dun-payment of wages. Case Î iKsnnssed. j

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MARYBOROUGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

UARVBOHOCGn. [r&OK O CK O »TS COKKESrOSDENT.] Tu« half-yearly sittings of the Criminal Court in this tovru have just been held. The ¿alendar was a heavy one, and there were several cases from your district. Thc newspaper contains full accounts ; I sharl therefore leave yon to apply the j scissors, and tarn say thoughts into other I channels. That great gun in parliament, Charles j Robert Haly, hag recently been "holding fbrth " 16 hts Burnett couBtitaeatB at j Gayndah, and must have been intensely j disgusted at their evident want of appre- ; ciation of the account of himself. He j got them bridges, roads, public buildings, in fact every good thing that had bceu squeezed out of thc Southerners, and he alma- deserved their thanks fur the saine All this was said and more, but the sense- less creatures who listened would not swallow the sop, nor send their member back to the legislative mart with any («ort of testimo.iial or vote of confidence. Ha'y was kind enough lo give them...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

A Methodist brother had occasion to preach a discourse against the doctrine of immersion, bat could not find a text until, with great shrewdness and good sense, he hil nprai this :-" Beware of divers-and strange doctrines." ] i

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MANIFEST OF THE JENNY LIND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

lájmFCST OF THE JENNY LINO. From Sydney : 6 cn brandi, 2 ca« bottled air, Lantech ; SO ca« vine, io cs« brandi-, I kali .rjttirs, I bndl handles, 4 bndl» rope, 2 La CU sk Tel«, «Î CT« {¡Tocaría», 1 o» hardarare, 22 br» nre, i us» narine!re, 1 ck, 3 pkga iron- mongery. 2 bodia snsslîts, &0 bags flour, 12 a^indatours, ti badi» burk et*. Fret ; 2 i-uks vine, 6 CH« (ria, 10 ess, I hhd brandy, 17 cia gin, Î I ck srhiskey, 20 et» bottled beer, 4 hhd. ! bear, 1 rs drug«, 2 baskets. 3 bri» apple», 3 orb ram ti», IO tug« sill. I uni«, 7 bags, 6 cs» | cider, 2 cs» «tain srinr, 1 ek sods crystals, 1 kg ' Carbonate sods, I cs salmon, 2 ess oysters, I c» aardines, 2 om starch. 1 e« sst*, S csa pickles, 2 Caa espers, 1 cs raapbeiry vtuegar, 5 ess fruit, : 10 caa candia*. 1 c>rki>, I o> mindrie*, 1 cs tob taco. Shs*. Csjtp-r & t\i., 1 cs tobacco, 2 «-hst« les, 90 hue/. 1 hud 2 ehsts, 1 j »hst. 2 his te», 3 » rt.vu». 1 trnk boot«, I .tray, 1 dogeurt, I tarpauliitg, 1 pekt s...

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MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 29 March 1862

MANIFEST Ot" MK OLARKKCR. Fnn» Briaba**- : 4 ra, <I ra, t i *rr to- bins i, I Kai, 2 «w «MM, 2 bf« noe, I l>g wv, * «a tmaètic». Winter ft Cs., car,' of Bird* Wersssld, I te. Oaf*. Tam of Hat r%iv*sn, H tratar A Oe. t I bndl, Bl-ck, care of Uutebiawm. Hustle-A OJ. -, 1 bgoaioaa.il« M«tt| i pd, W. J. Brown ¡ 29 bagi mane, g itgt ama. I pel, Anrilow, carr of «rd & Wor »add{ ISO à timbar, 44 bara, 6 bodi» iron, 14 aroa jeta, Hnttnaismti. Hanter é. On. ; 1 bodl i adatar?. H.St, Ôrorgr U shooks, I bini.. lOlsadis boop-iee«, Stephen« j 2 cfcs «rhitsug, jJMavtia : 2 OM irias, 4 hndls pine tatchera, *&WB*i < budl, I ca, J. I.. Hood ; I treas. Har y|H» s dOtt) ftUmber. 2 bags, Harnes, Brosm «t i'-'fWfp- ; 1 es. I trtw«, 1 ped, S ck» iwrier, 2 «sa, " .«Mst saids, 4> -ci -brand*., 1*. Hsniy. rsm of '-gQntyne*, Brosm A «Co. j 4~2 nt» oj stares. Ash '.S Wy, 1 prd seeds, lleaMla ; ? cart boxes, Or ¿J cnard; * e*. Horton ¡ 2 cs» gin, raltw; 1 kg andi. «J...

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