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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

SniPPWG INTELLIGENCE. AHWYAL. JAjrannv ll.-cirro, clipper bngantluo, Captain W. ElüB, from Sydney. ' DFrARTCBES. January 12.-Jamen raterson, sJB" for Rt'ilncv flirccl j rnisoiiRors-MIBS Dirkbock, Mi-. A. lilrklicck, anil two iii ' lUi: stoerago. CLKAniKCE. I January ll.-May Queen, «rtiomior, 72 lons nsrislor I Captain Tliomns, for Sydney direct. No passengers. '

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

THE MONTH. SINCE our last 8ummary tho old Tear has close and tho nen year been most auspioioual enterod upon. We say auspiciously .bccaui in every way the circumstances of the colon hare improved during; tho past twelve month Tho close of tho European war has given a extraordinary fillip to the domand for on exports, and hnB raised their value to a poii totally heyond the most sanguino anticipation! Our chief interest, that of wool producing, hi recoivod most benofit from this saluter chango; so much so indeed that man; of oar squatters who a few month ago saw ruin staring them in the face hare noi an excellent prospoct before thom. True, th winter of 1871 was a severe one, and in con sequence the average increaso on most sbee| stations was unusually small, and in some case tho clip was uncommonly light. But thesi drawbacks appear insignificant in the foco of : door wool market, and, for tho last three month at least, a season that leavos nothing to bi desired- Within tho past ten d...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

MANIFESTS. INWiBDS. January ll.-Circe, from Sydney : GO coses porter, 50 vases brandy, 2 casks oonoo, 5 cases chicory, 25 cases genere, 20 hogsheads ale, 20 casks beor, 6 COBCB acid, Caporn and Bockerlcg ; 5 chests ten, 1 case cheese, 1 cask soda, 1 case limejuice, 1 tin carbonate soda, 1 cask «cod, G. M. Leigh ; 30 cases eic, 70 cases kerosene, 6 bundles 2 boxes crackers, S baskets soy, 5 kegs bloBtiug powder, Wing Wah and Co.; 4 chests 25 halves toa, 5 CBBOs salt, 5 cases mustard, 8 cases currants, 10 caseB castor oil, 1 -cask carraway seed, 00 cases 12 quarter-casks brandy, 5 quarter casks wino, B. Brodnifz ; G chests tee, 3 cases janis, 40 bogs rico, 32 oases brandy, 10 hogs- heads »lo, 5 quartcr-caskB port, 10 cases soli nappa, 30 cases goners, 50 cases kerosene, 2 kees soda, 1 bale paper, 3 casks blacking, fl casrB food, 1 case mustard, 4 casks biscuits, 1 cask seed, IO cases starch, 1 raso marcaroni, W. F. Walton and Co.; 12 bales hay, Ordert 05 cases porter, 24 cases alo, 10...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

WHAT don a grocer do -with ail his Ulinga before be eella them ? Gives them a weigh. THE saving that " it is moro pleasant to give than to receive," epplics only to medicino and advice. A WISCONSIN lover wrote Iiis sweetheart " There is not a globule of blood in my heart that dons not bear your photograph." BEFOBE AUB AFTEU.-Dr. Dall eaye that for the period of a month before marriage, and a month after death, men regard their wires OB angels. SEVERAL French journals put into the month of Thiers the following:-"I am an umbrella on which it hos boon raining those forty yoars. What signify a few additional drops moro or less." AprBorniATE.-At a recent hippophagus dinner in Paris, after the removal of " horse," an old soldier of the Empire gave the memory of "Ney." . A SIXBBWD confectioner in Bangor has taught, his parrot to say "pretty creature" lo every lady who enters his shop, and his business is rapidly increasing. A FEENCmiiK cannot pronounce "ship." The word is "sheep" in his mo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

Tl« schooner Circe left Sydney on Sunday, tho 31st ultimo, tras boarded by Pilot Roberts off tho Keppel Rocks at midnight on Wednosday, and anchored in tho stream off the «barres, Rock- hampton, nt noon on Thursday.-Experienced dirty weather throughout tho passage, and for 120 hours the rain poured down heavily without intermission, tho wind during that timo shifting to all parts of the compass.^ Bbc brinE^fai cargo of amr»ii'av'lh?Z?.iZ? " ~flpMPf The Sir Isaac Newton < th IJbt&dn* River, in ballast, and the -»foy "Queen for Sydney, with wool, &c, both saU to-day, weather permitting. The Egmont, s.s., arrived nt 8ydnoy on Wed- nesday. We roceived a telegram on Thursday stating that she would leave Sydney for this port-yesterday (Friday). The Queensland, e., left Maryborough for Brisbane at 10*30 a.m. yesterday, and passed out of the Mary ¿iver at 1 p.m. Tlio Tinonee, s.s., left Bowen for Mackay yes tsrday. The schooner May Queen cleared at tho OiiBtoms on...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. THERE was no business before the Court on Thursday. Friday, January 12. Before Mr. Wm. Townley, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

SOCKOAUPTON POLICE COVET. Trana waa no baeinosa before tbo Court on Thursday. 4> Friday, January 12. Before Ur. Wm. Townley, P.M. LABOEHY. William Fearoe «aa brought up, charged with «(ealing a saddle, the property of Archibald Hunter Blair, of Fort Curtis Bond. Beteotive Smyth, being sworn, stated that from information received he arrested prisoner that morning (Friday), at half-past five o'clock, at his residence below Bh'nd Creek, near the Hain Brain, on suspicion of stealing a saddle, the property of A H. Blair, on the 26th ultima, end which «addle he now produced ; when he charged the prisoner, the latter replied, " No, you are wrong; I nover had a saddle here ;" afterwards prisoner said, " Poddy Kolan was here, and. knows I had nono ;" witness received the saddle from Edwin Mocorco, pawn- broker, in this town, which was identified by Blair as his property. Archibald Hunter Blair deposed that he had the saddle produced in court on tho Port Curtis Road, where he resided, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

BUSTARD BAT SAW MILLS. I liare THIS DAY appointed Mr. JOHN FURGUSON, Builder, aa my AOENX for SALE of TIMBER, All Orders «Ul bs re- ceived by him. (signed) D. E. MONBO. Bockhampton, 23rd May, 1871. TO tho SETTLERS of VICTORIA NEW SOUTH WALES and QUEENS- LAND.' Gentlemen,-Referring to a circular sent by my partner, Mr. Riobard Gibton, to the con- stituent« of the firm of Dalmahoy Campbell and Ob., announoing hie intention, on the expiration of that partnership, of continuing the esme business under tbe style of Richard Gibson and Co., and soliciting patronage and support, I beg respectfully to inform you that suoh circular was issued without my concurrence, and as, un- explained, it might cause me serious loss, I beg to intimate to you that I intend mating arrange- ments to carry on tho same business in Mel- bourne on the termination of tho existing partnership, and to associate with myself in that business as partners some very able' and experienced stock and station salesmen of amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

[ . DENISON HOUSE. EA8T-STKEET, ROCKHAMPTON ISLES, FINNEY, & CO., IMPORTEES OF GENERAL DRAPERY. ISLES, FINNEY, & CO., BEG- to intimate to the public their j receipt af I SEVERAL SHIPMENTS or NEW GOODSl BX LATE AB RIVALS. Every Department baa been refurnished, and will be found to offer to the purchaser a choice seleotíon oî articles of the NEWEST EITLES und most unexceptionable qualities, at the VERY LOW PRICES for which the Ware house of the undersigned has always been cele- brated. ISLES, FINNEY, AND CO., DENISON HOUSE EAST-STREET, ROCKHAMPTON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

' WISE BULLETIN Summary of News ' for InnamiBiioD by the Monthly Suet - Hail, is published every fourth Saturday, and : ^xntod to any address in tbs colonies on prepay- ment of 6B. par annum j io Qrqat Britain, eta Souihampton, st 6A. per annum t and ela Brindisi st St. per annum. I* C. PYBUS, SADDLER & HAENESS MAKER, : ROCKHAMPTON |f ,£OWAED SMITH, . aro . AGENT, B. JONES, MER & HAENE8S. MAEEE, CAHPBEH, BTBEBT. KB.-SaoJlM counterlinsd for 7s. ed.; * t-4 Collars, 6s. I*; E.I..DIBDIN, fe STOCK & STATION AGENT, lr; < AUCTIONEER, W¥\ . .'*»'.'.' I COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. fc.' DENHAM CHAMBEES. JAMES M'PHEKSON, WHEELWRIGHT JÏENBBAÏ. BLACKSMITH, WESTWOOD. Workmanship Guaranteed, and punotual attention to all orders. A. W. S. SMITH, ^HtTBAL S TO EES, ^^^BmELD &~CQ.'S ADELAIDE JHJHpiV. FLOUS AGENCY. á¿0tít tor Statuai Life Association of Australasia. JOHN HEAORICK & CO., IMPORTEES OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ^ SOOXH AM Ï T o s, A&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

THIS DAY, AT TUE COMMERCIAL SALES ROOMS, AT EISTEN O'CLOCK, IS Csses.Appl»s (Primo Samples) 2 Casca Bottled Fruits Kerosine Oil, Biscuits Iron Uoilers, Lot Bootes, and Sundries. WITHOUT RESERVE! WOBMA LD & CURTIS have re- ceived instructions to 8cll at their Mart, THIS DAY, at ll O'Clock The above. Without Reserve. FOR SALE BY AUCTION. 8ANDERS~8TATION. JOHN MACFARLANE has received instructions from the OwncrB, Messrs. Tcage and Laurie, to sell bj auction, at his Booms, Denbam-stront, Rockhampton, on the 14th of February (unless previously disposed of by private contract) Their well-known Station of SANDERS. This station has sn «rea of 200 square miles J of first-class cattlo country, abundantly watered. I Toe improvements have been made at o great j expense, and consist of a dwelling-house, kitchen, and ont-buildings, large woolshed, and men's J huts, nearly new, sheep-washing plant complete, j horse paddocks and twenty-five miles of wire I fencing. WjU .Sanders being situat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

Bocra&irpTOR.-Priated by C. IL Buuoon, nie pro- prietor, at the BOLLJTÏK printing oBoo, lhulum street, Jmiuarj 13,1872,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

iHPEnuttsx ni Tan FEEKCH AUKT.-A communication from Tarbea, published io tho Gironde, Biak'* that a few evenings Bince, at the dinner table or the junior officers of the artillery quartcrterrd in that city there were loud cries ol " Vive t Empereur !" " Vive T Impéra- trice /" " Vt ve Kapoieon If. /" In order that their preference might be better known to the public, «ll the windows of the roora were thrown open. Then officers belonged to a raniment of artillery of the ex-Imperial Guard. The Tempe, referring to this incident, calla upon thc authori- ty ea to deal severely with ao dangerous an 'example, and recommenda that the cub.offioerB «ho hare thus forgotten their duty to their country be aent to Berte in different regimenal . ar limpie soldiers.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

Tbe following resolutions were passed at a meeting held in the School of Arts, Bockbamp ton, on 19th oltimo: 1. That In the opinion or this meeting Mr. Fyfe deserves the thanks of tho electors for the active and energeürt manner lo which bo bas fulfilled bin duties In the Douse of Assembly, and for the able manner in which be hts forwarded and protected 1 be Interests of « Bockbampton. 2. That the electors view with alarm and regret tho consequences likely to ensue from the witting dead- lock; but Anding that Ministers tue unwilling to inake snob ooneeBBlonR as would lead lo tho business of tdo * country bßimr proceeded with, tliey hereby request Mr. Pi-fe to adopt mob & course as bo may think most likely to result ia advancing tbe interests of Rockhampton, and more muHcnlariy in securing the inmediate exton tontdon of tbe Gteai Northern Ballway. 3. Tbat thin meeting being of opinion that tbe Additional Members Bill as proposed by thc Ministry, would not meet tbe requirement...

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CALENDAR. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

CALENDAR. JáKTJABY. TUM Wodnos| Thurs.., I IS I fl,ra. n.m. o « lo l« 11039 Ii i ] 11-30 11-5» 0-20 0-61 117 Mi 212 2 «) 3*35 * The riso or tide lo Koppol liny varies from ort. to i«ft., trna nt tho Upper Flat« from Git .lo ion. Depth of vatorat tho Upper Flat-io Ibo old dr natural channel, atlovwatorspring«,litchi; lilRUostBprlngs.llft. (lin. Kaw cuting at low waler springs, 6a.; in highest springs. 160.-The time of high water ls slightly to fluoneed by freshets and Illili winds. t Tbo liaosroaob their full at the Pilot Station, Keppel Ray, 2b. «lin. auber, nnd at Rockhampton SOin. later lian the hours named la tho abovo tabla.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

AKD CENTBA.II QUKENSLAJTB ABVEETISEU. SATURDAY, JANUARÏ 13, 1872. Tins proposal made by Mr. LILLET onl' tUum»suß^4tuläam Nu.'"JIP rial1 Iffä!^ on tho part of the Opposition to i INvffiinate tho deadlock. They have fought gallantly if unwisely, and they aro entitled to an honourable retreat. It would bo bad policy on the part of the Government to insist upon a ear render at discretion, even were it practicable to do so. The façt that a tacit acknowledgment of their mistake has boen made by the Opposition ought to satisfy the Ministerialists. To drive the Liberal members into a corner and compel absolute submission would not only be impolitic, but unjust. Mr. LILLET is at the head of a strong party, and is entitled to recognition as such. That he has made some serious mistakes is too apparent to be denied, but there is no .reason to doubt that ho has been pushed forward by a party in the House which claims to represent the people outside, and does, in fact, represent a very numerous s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

A HAWKER'S and Pedlar's license was granted yesterday to Hugh Savage. AK advertisement notifies the resumption on Monday next of the Behool of Arts singing class, under the conduct of Mr. FErson. The weather at present is very unfavourable for evening' entertainments and meetings of all linds, but it is gratifying ibo observe so much confidence is shown by Mr. FErson ia the determination of his pupils to seek musical know- ledge under all the difficulties of a semi-tropical wet season. TBS Bev. Mr. Canon has kindly furnished ns frith a register of tho rainfal from tho 3rd tq the 12th January inclusive. It ia es follows:-For tho twenty-four hours ending 8 o.m. on 4th January, 0'17 inch; ditto Gtb, 0'44inob; ditto 6th, 1-51 inch ; ditto 7th, 0 37 inch ; ditto 8th, 085 inch ; ditto 9th, 1-35 inch ; ditto 10tb,0'20 inch) ditto 11th, 017 inch; ditto 12th, 197 inoh ; from 8 a.m. on the 12th till 9 p.m. same day, 077 inch; total, 7'84 inches. THE new schedule of charges for freight by the ...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGEAMS. BRISBANE. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AOSTBAÏIAH ASSOCIATED PEFS5 ÏELÏOEA1IS. BRISBANE. Friday evening. IK the üegielatiro Assembly on Wednesday evening, Ur. Palmor mored the adjournment of the Houeo until Tuesday next. Some of the supporters of tho Government objected to the motion. Mosers, do Sotgó and Clark indulged in personalities towards Mr. Pring, who. walked across tho Bouse, seised Mr. Clark's whiskers, and challenged him ont. Tile Speaker at this point ordered Mr. Pring'e arrest, which was attempted by the SergeamVat* Arms, but Mr. Pring left the House. A debate ensued respecting the course to be adopted for the contempt, which ended hy a motion from Mr. Lilley requiring Mr. Pring to attend in his place in the House on Tuesday. Mr. Pring has since roBignod his seat. Messrs. Pugh and Handy are in the field. On Thursday morning a house at Breakfast Crook, belonging to Mr. Mills of the Audit OlDco, was burnt down. The building and effects were insured in the Queensland Com- pany's offloe for...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

<0M31ERCIAÍ. DtJEINO tlio eek, tlioro hag boen a steady, tbaugb quiot )wn business doing, but in tho country trade,iatters aro for tho present quito at a standstill. Bain hos boen general through- out tho Oenti and Northern parts of tho colony for somdays past ¡ and, judging from present appeases, there it not much likeli provided for bj inland residente, who have generally taten the precaution to eend their produce to port, and well stock themselves with supplies, before tho commencement of tho wet season. This prudontial course has enabled them to obtain carriage at reasonable rates ; whilst teamsters have no reason to complain, aa it is more profitable for thom to make quick trips at low rates on good roads,'than to make slow trips, and perhaps get stuck on the roads in bad weatbor, and be compelled to charge high rates of carriage to pay themselves for loss of time nnd wear and tear of teams. The arrival from Adelaide of another vessel, the barque Lady Emma, with flou...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

MELBOURNE. it Mr. Dougherty's suction salo nf Mr, Petty's Maribyrnong yearling« on 4lh January, eleven averaged three hundred and eighty-two I guineas each. Tuesday evening, j The Navigation Board have derided that the Sussex was lost 4>y the Captain's neglect, and they have suspended his certificate for six months. Faur thousand pounds worth of the ! Sussex cargo has been recovered. i Wednesday evening. ¡ This ia the fifth day of a hot wind. The scarcity of water has stopped work at tho breweries and factories.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

Jorre MACFAULAKE repartí :-A good demand for all claeBcs of Blieep and oatflc, but few eales to report, buyers declining lo giro the prioes goncrally asked. Fat Sheep.-Wothers unshorn, fror» Ss 6d to 9s Cd j shorn ditto in large lots could only bo sold at boiling rates. I have eold and delivered upwards of 4400 very good wethers, with full fleeces, from Messrs. Govett and Thompson's, Fenwick Downs, at 9s 6d cash. Store Sheep.-Mixed sheep of varions ages, from 3s 6d to 4s ; large framed wethers, from four to eight tooth delivered on owner's station, from 5s to 6s. 1 have sold 6000 mixed sheep, with 1500 four month lambs given in, subject to npproval, at 4«. Fat Cattle-Bullocks, from £5 to £5 15s for superior lots. Store Cattle.-Good well-grown steers, from two to four years' old, 60s to 70s. Heifers, 2 to 3 years, 60s. to 70s. Mixed Cottle.-40s to 50s. I have sold ono small lot of 120 steers and bcifore, chiefly young at 40s. Stations.-Moderate sized stations in good localities could...

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