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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
mpousDisas. XiAMBA,-By Mr. Lovell, SOth March, 1S72: .-One Black maro, white hinze down face, collar-marked, branded TV over t (dagger) near shoulder, blotch numbera (Uko 461) under near saddle W off shoulder. If not released will bo sold 25th April, 1872.-A. GEDDES, Pound keeper. BLICKATX.-Rc-advcrtiso in consequence of being wronfully descrihed.-From Barcaldine Downs. Driving expenses, 10s. per head : Dark Bay Mare, like 5 over Bl over CB near shoulder. Bay Filly Foal, unbranded.-If not released will bo sold on April 25,1872, to defray expenses.-T. TnurLETON, Poundkeeper. BANANA-From Hannos, on 29th March, 1872, hy A. M'Lood, Esq. ; drivinp, Bs. s-Boy horso branded liko ll over JW over like email brand in 0 near shoulder, like diamond off neck CE oil' caddie, eaddle marked. If not released will be sold 2Slh April, 1872.-COEBBOTED BBAKDS.-Che6tnutmarcini pounded from Moura, branded R over JV over | GIO near ehoulder, like M near hip, ctr hind fetlock white, collar marked, foal nt f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
AUSTRALIAN MEAT AGENCY. CENTRAL DEPOT, 31, Norton Folgate, London, E.C. D. TALLERMAN, MANAGER. [«^HE above are prepared to receive ' * consignments of Preserved Meats and to jdtsnoso of tbe Bame through their various hraoches, which are in course of establishment inívery town and district of Great Britobi. GILBERT, ETHERIDGE, AND WESTERN CREEK GOLD-FIELDS. CHARLES JENKYN (iate Editor of the Mining Record, N.S.W.), AUCTIONEER, MINING SHAREBROKKR AB» NEWS, ADVERTISING, MINING, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, GEORGETOWN, ETnanrsaE RIVES. Mining information from tho Etheridge, Western Creek, Cloncurry, and every part of the Gilbert Gold-fields, furnished to parties at a distance. Agent for the Rockhampton Bulletin and all the leading papers in the colonies. THE ROCKHAMPTON LABOUR MART AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, Opposite the Leichhardt Hotel, Denhain-street DTEMPLE will liave Rreat pleasure . in supplying every description of Labour for Town or Country. Gentlemen residing in the inferior or town...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the PoBt-office, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or before the 10th Mer, 1872, «ill be for- warded to tho Dead Lotter Office, BriBbanc. ] JAMES E. O. DALY, Poetmaster. Fost-olBce, Rockhampton April 18,1872. Alston, Alex. ; Anderson, W. (miner) ; Anderson and Simon», Messrs. ; Andreioalha, W. JT. ; Argo, Bobt. (" Light Brigade") ¡ Ash- croft, J ; Aurtevan, Louisa. Bailer, George (" Light Brigade") ; Banisher, Miss Mary ; Barry, John (ucar tho Railway) ; Berlhcau, Monwur; Bering. John; Bird, Mrs. A. E.j Blake, U,¡ Botik, Johanns Boothby, J. (Inbourcr) ; Boughton, Wm. (concert, boll) j Bowen, james John ; Brackry, John; Brickwood, John; Broad, Joseph ; Brenn, W. Cahill, T. E., Caldwell, Höht. ; Carter, Miss Catherine (2) ; Child, Mrs. (2) ; Christy, Earnest ; Cochrane, W. H. (carpenter) ; Conel, James ,- Cooper, Bobt. ; Crighton, John. Davidson, Mrs.; Holding, John; Dowling, Miss Anno. Hasten, Mr».j Edgar, Mr. (Jamestown); Elliott, William ; Elliott, Mr. i ...
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
GLADSTONE O ]} .&lt;? V. J? VF ß. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1878. THE all-absorbing topic jost now is Hailway Extension. " To be or not to be," is the question everybody aBbB everybody else. We are obliged to con- fess that on this subject the Vice-regal Speech is not so satisfactory as it might bave been. After our experiences of the colonial parliament, we must allow that on this railway question there is a vagueness calculated to excito distrust in minds disposed to scepticism. Still we cannot find grounds for tbe ex- aggerated suspicion which appears to tincture the whole of the community since the tenor of the Speech became known. There is snch deep-rooted dis- trust of the Brisbane Government without regard to party-that the words put ioto his EXCELLENCY'S mouth are supposed to carry with them special significance. The continuation of the Southern and Western Railway to Bris- bane ia recommended, and the northern extension is not even mentioned ; ergo, the Government mean to...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNMENT COMMITTED TO A RAILWAY POLICY. RAILWAY LOAN TO INCLUDE A SUM [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTBALIAN AB600IATED ÏBESB TEIEQEAMS. OPENINGOFPARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNMENT COMMITTED TO A RAILWAY POLICY. RAILWAY LOAN TO INCLUDE A SUM FOR PUBLIC WORKS IN NON-RAIL WAT DISTRICTS. LANDS IN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS TO BE RESUMED FOR CULTIVATION. CABLE BETWEEN NORMAN MOUTH AND BATAVIA PROJECTED. Brisbaue, Tuesday, 2'30 p.m. PABLIAMENT irai opened by Hie Excellency tko Governor at noon to-day. lhere was a large attendance of spectators, especially ladies. The Speech suggests an address congratulating the Queen on the recovery of the PrhiCB of Wales. It calls serious attention to the question of Immigration, and to the necessity of improving the present Immi- gration Act; advocates tho extension of Railway and Tramway communication to districts of tho colony at present difficult of approach, and also tho continuation of tho Southern and Western line from Ipswich to a point of the river near Brisbaue, which ie considered tbe most advisable locality for the terminus. Sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
Shipping Announcements. AUSTRALASIA N 1 STEAM NAVIGATION JOOMPANF.3 STEAMSHIPS. For' jSYDNEx* DIRECT.-Steamer within 48 boura after orrira). ' For BRISBANE, etd GLADSTONE «ad H ABTBOROUGH.-" lady Bowen," on or aboutffneiidiy next. Fór'ÍM&>WELL> tía INTERMEDIATE POETS.-«BUc> Swan," This Afternoon at 6 o'clock. , 1 ' v ^ FOT, BROADSOUND.-" Tinonee," on or abont Monday next. F. lu BAREEB, Agent. ; Bockh»mptoD, April IS, 1872. ?¡MEOOS ft QUBBNSLAIfD LINE fpBBßi^kwvü Al clipper ^'¿Hfitp "XitOHT BBIGADE," .w-n^riM^ toni reciter, onâér the Com iniqa.pf Gioioi 'HOLDSir, Sta., u appointed to " " ?"' . SAIL FOR LONDON, '?' Mote »mt - yJ»ÖET OP BOCEltAHCEZON, v .? K-' i-.j.- On or abort .lliiix JTTNJB NEXT. Baa prplendid eocommodation for all cianea of puaragen] at the following rate«, TÚ. : ^HMMOH:-^... m o SECOND CABIN... ... 30 O ;^ STEERAGE . 18 10 Small , pjékagea consigned to toenda in JtnjgbnflJjrilLlK jearefally attended to. ' fcoVjjfJ^^tir^aaeag*, apply to M»; |nA...
THE BOATS AND RAFTS-WREOK OF THE "MARIA." [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
ÜHK BOATS AND RAFTS-WEBOK OF , THE " MARIA." *o tire komm of Tas a. it. juntom Sra,-Wo BOW in your paper of tile 30ili Mareil a report Demuring ilia two boats of the " Maria" lor abandoning the rafts. The facts ¡of tbs case eland thus : Tbe ralbi vere considerably to the northward when the boats left. Wo pulled to the W.S.W., for the only land in sight, intending tn return with oar beat pullers, and make tho men leave the masts Aa things turned out, we were utterly unable to carry out our intentions. Supposing we had done BB Lieutenant Gowlland seems to think we ought to hare done, Til., tried to tow the rafts «share, what would have heep, the consequence? Why, wo should have towed perhaps for two dava, which is tho utmost any man's stomach could have allowed bim to do ttiifk ike lani in tight. Then we should baye tried to cram some mote into our boats, when alt hands, in their endeavours to come, would inevitably .hare swamped us, and nothing whatever would have been heard either o...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
OFFICIAL NOTIFICA TIONS. THE following notifications appear in Saturday week's Gazette t ArromniBjres.-Sub-inspector J. B. Isley, to be ranger of. Crown lands for the district of Rockhampton. FOBTETTED Rum-Descriptions of the boundaries of and other particulars respecting certain runs which hare become vacant by for- feiture or otherwise, the unexpired terms of the j leases of which will be offered for sale by public auction, at Martin's auction rooms, on Tuesdsy, May 21, are published. DEED OF ASSIGNMENT.-David Laurie, of j the Agricultural Reserve, near Rockhampton, farmer, bas assigned his estate to Thomas Skarrat Hall, of Rockhampton, to secure his I creditors the «um of 10s. in the £, six months after the date of the deed, which was registered in the Supreme Court Office, on Wednesday, April 3.
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 16. BEïOftB Masera. Hunter and Harden, and Dre. Oallagban and Salmond, J's?. The cases brought against the occupants of Messrs. Archer's property in Quay-street by the Inspector of Nuisances, were further adjourned by consent until Thursday (to-day). BEEàOn OP THE FENCING- ACT. James Joseph Lally was charged with the above offence on the information of Joseph Skinner. Mr. Jones appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Milford for the defendant. , Tho plaintiff stated that he is a farmer, residing at Gracemere ¡ is the owner of portion 54, parish of Gracemere, having taken the land up in 1870; began fencing the boundary line between portions 64 and 55 in April, 1870 ; put up a ehockiand-log lenee, which was finished in March last (1872) ; ascertained from the Land Agent that defendant is the owner of portion 55 ; thero is 65 chains of fence, whieh witness values at £10 a-mile, equal to £10 per chain ; asked Lally on 25th March for half the money ¡ ...
THE TIN MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
THE TIN MINES. THE news from the tin mines (says the Wanaich Examiner of Saturday last) is altogether satis- factory. The surveyors are now measuring oft" tho selections, and those miners who hsre had theirs defined and surveyed are settling down and making preparations for starting work ia a practical manner. Timber for sluice boxes and ' other materials for washing have left the town for the mines daily, as also have drays and apring carts laden with stores and necessary household articles. The claims on Quart Pot Creek continue to show every sign of richness, and the stuff washed in some claims is nearly all stream tin. At Ruby Creek work is going on more briskly, and tbe same may be said of all parra of the mines on the Kew South Wales eide of this metalliferous country. On Cannon Creek, from Butler's claim to the junction, all land is taken up, some daims look very well, and tin can be found in all parts ; other selections on this creek are no doubt rich, but it is feared that ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. April 16.-.-Annie, schooner, Miller, master, from Bustard Bay, with 18,000 feet pine consigned to J. Ferguson, April 18.-lord Artloy, s.s., Cáptalo Bristowe, from Townsville and Macleay. Passengers-Urs. Norris, Mossrs. M'Donnott, Knox, Dunning, Gregson, Hender- son, Wanlo, and 47 in tho steerage. April 17.-Circe, clipper-schooner, 144 tons resister, Captain Ellis, tram Sydney on the lilli Instant, Passon fior-Mr. Boaob, April 17.-Black swan, s.s.. Captain Brooks, from Brisbane, Maryborough, and Gladstone. Passengers for ltockbampion-Messrs. M'Dcrmolt, nott. Trollope, Borne, Fountain, Captain Holden (from Light Brigado), Mossra. Archer, Allen, Brown, and Bhaw (from Lake's Crook), and two steerage-besides a largo number of saloon and steerage passengers for northern porte. DEPASTURE. April 18.-lord Ashley, tja., 400 tons. Captain Bris- towe, for Maryborough, Brisbane, and Sydney Passen- gers-Mrs. W. Allen, Miss Hobson, Miss Stead, Slossrs. Elcock, H. M...
SYDNEY. (From a Special Correspondent.) Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 April 1872
SYDNEY. &nbsp; (From a Special Correspondent.) Tuesday. The great run sale came off to-day at the rooms of Mr. G. P. Want. Banchory, con- taining 250 square miles (late the property of Messrs. Gordon, Ralston, and Co.), Belyando, was first offered, with 20,000 sheep. The bidding reached 8s. 6d. per head, at which point the lot was withdrawn. Malvern Hills (Barcoo), containing 321 square miles, offered with 38,000 sheep, of which 8000 were fat, was briskly competed for and ultimately knocked down to Mr. Wienholt, at 12s. per head. Portland Downs, containing 314 square miles, with 19,000 sheep, also elicited brisk competi- tion, and was secured by Messrs. Govett and Thompson, at 14s. per head. Forest Hill, consisting of three blocks of country, unstacked, was last offered, but as the biddings only reached £830, equal to £276 13s &nbsp; per block, the lot was withdrawn. &nbsp; [AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS ] &nbsp; Sydney, Wednesday Evening. The...
INNER ROUTE TO TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 April 1872
INNKK ROUTE TO TORRES STRAITS. Mourilyan Barbour, about Corly milli« north- ward of Cardwell, ia marked on recent chart« na " Shoal Baven." " Reported good harbour," and i« «ituircd in latitude 17 decrees 35 minutes 8., and longitude 146 degrees 9 minutes 15. It lins been examined by Captain Moresby, R.N., during the late trip of II.H.S. " Basilisk," to forres Straits, and is reported by bim as being a harbour likely to prove n valuable refuge for Teasels during heavy south-easterly weather. The least depth of water found in the centre nf thc channel, until well inside tho harbour, was thirty feet. The width of the entrance from rock to rock being only 120 yards, with high land on cither side, soiline vessels should I not attempt to enter except with a fair and commanding breeze ¡ steamers may enter safely at all timrs. After entering, thc woter imme- diately deepens to aeren, eight, ten, and twelve fathoms ; hut thc aroa over which this depth of water is found, though affording spa...
GOSSIP FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 April 1872
GOSSIP FROM HOME. Tas following loiters from ono of our (P. D. Telegram) readers in Norfolk, England, ennnot fuil to interest many of our subscribers, Gorman and English. Thc account of the beginning of thc Prince of Wales1 illness may be strictly relied on. " Sir,-Tour issue of the 30th September has only reached mc on tho 31st Decembor. Three whole months is a long time to recul to mind. I epent August and December near Luther's Wittenberg, on tho Elbe. I was on a visit to an English farmer whOis settled there on' a large Government Testate;;'The first nay harvest and the early rye harrest wero much spoiled by the wet, hut fortunately the weather became brilliant, nnd a splendid crop of corn and second crop of hay waB secured with great euccess. There was a great contrast with the previons year. Then all was sorrow-now all joy. In u large village of 800 inhabitants, thc soldiors had all returned safe and sound. They lied wonderful escapes. The young ferryman had nil his neighbours...
REEF OFF PIPON ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 April 1872
BEBF OPP PIPON ISHKDS. Captain Thomas Harris, Inte master of the "Jeanie Oswald," reports striking ono reef in tho position given on thc chart to a five fathom patch, lying one and a quarter miles to the north-westward of the Pipon Islands. Ho estimates tho depth of water on this patch OB not exceeding one fathom flt low water. Captain Harris also reports that the two and a-half fathom patch, lying about two miles from the main land, in II degrees 31 minutes 8. latitude, haB not now more than thrco feet of water upon it at low water. He also reports n reef lying six miles S.8.W. from tho southern mast, Sir Charles Hardy's Island. G. P. HEATH, Commander R.IÍ., Portmaster. Department of PortB and Harbours, 18th April, 1872.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 April 1872
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. TUE following notifications appear in last Satur- day's Gazette : ArroiNTMENTS.-Edward J. Giflln, to be promoted to oct ns clerk in tbe Customs depart- ment, Rockhampton, nice E. Smith, promoted to Brisbane. TENDEES.-Tenders will bo receircd at tho depurtmont of Forts and Harbours until noon on the 201 li May far the construction of about 2000 feet of timbor embankment between Macalister-street and the A.S.N. Co.'e wharf, Mackay. SrniNasnBE COTJET or PETTÏ SESSIONS. The rules of this court, having been approved, arc published.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 April 1872
COMMERCIAL. RETAIL business has boen Tory quiet throughout the weok, but trade with the country lias been tolerably brisk owing to the recent arrival of a large number of drays, many of which have started again up-country with station supplies and merchandise. A slight reduction in the rates of carriage is noticeable, and we have heard of contracta for loading to Peak Downs at £7 per ton. TITS following quantities of wo j] have been received in town by drays during the week . By Walter Reid and Co. : 7 bales, DLW ¡ 14 bales, Bauhinia Downs ; 13 bales, Planet Downs. Ky R. M. Hunter and Co. : GI bales wool, B&D. By William Thomson': ll bales, JP & Oo, Consuelo. By J. Head rick and Co. : ll hales, BM. By J. Palmer and Co.: 12 bales, WHR &Co. By A.B.Îf. Oo. : 8 Mos, IBIB ; 2(5 baleB, RW ¡ 12 bales, EIL; 21 bales, SST; 35 bales, Retro; 20 bales, TRS. By G. B. Shaw : 51 bales, G over W. Total quantity received : 292 bales. JOHN MAOFARIANE reports :-A fair amount of...
SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. IN INSOLVENCY. Monday, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 April 1872
SUPREME COÜRT, BRISBAKE. IK iKeotvBNcv. Monday, April 15. IN HIE ESTA IE OF \V. E. Hru.ji.iiD.-Insol- vent ivus not prosont, ho debts were proved, and Ibo utting wa« adjourned sine die. rms! emiKai. IP TUB lîsrATE OF GOKDOK, BILSTOK, ANO Co.-Tile insolront Gordon iras present, lie being tile only partner within the jurisdiction of tba Court. A. debt was prorcd by Roberts and Hurt, for £28 19s. j nearing apparel was allowed ; tho silling closed es to Gordon, nod waa urljourned ns to John and Matthew Ralston until the 13th May. Tho I hird silting os to Gordon was fixel fir Monday, July 1. IN Tint KSTATK or CHAHLR* LBICESTEU JOHNSON.-Insolvent was present. A dcht was proved by Melbourne end Daly, for £25 lia. 10d., subject to rebate of interest. Wearing apparel was allowed ¡ the pitting closed, and the third silting «us fixed for July 1.