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THE TICHBORNE DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 April 1872
THE TICHBORNE DEFENCE. Tins never:ending Tichborne trial agaiu attracts attention. Sir. Jolin Coleridge lias at ]ast.&lt;rfjnishod bis speed), having occupied twenty-sis days in his review of the ease Tho printed reports equal in length some thirteen octavo volumes of thc ordinary novel bulk. Thegencral interest liiid [¡really flagged, and fow reader* nt Just followed bim in his daily argument: ; many bad. whether rightly or wrongly, como lo their own conclusion, and were weary of the scandal ¡ others had not time to purdue thc intricate detail. The Attorney-General has made some enemies in the course of his speech, And may yet expect some severer criticism when the case is ended ; there is a vein of self-justification often in his remarks, which is weak and unworthy ; but there can be no mistake as to the immense impression he bas produced on the public mind by his array of facts. He has so mingled, however, tho facts he has ye? to prove with the'facts established in eviden...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 April 1872
&lt;E3T Foe Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments 'or Situations, Sus., please see Front Page. 0\HE BULLETIN Summary of News for transmission by Ibo Monthly Stier. Mail, ia published every fourth Saturday, and ponte i to any address in the colonies on prepay- ment of 5s. per annum ; to Great Britain, via Southampton, at 6s. per annum | and via Brindisi at 8s. per annum. BOOKBINDING. WMUNRO has pleasure in inti * mutine that haring engaged a FIRST CLASS WORKMAN, is now in a position to execute BOOKBINDING IN EVERÏ STYLE. N.B.-AH work done on the premises. Mr. HENRY ETI ET, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, ROCKHAMPTON. C0NSULTING~BOOMS opposite Bell and Gardner's, East-street. Also at his private residence, Quay-street, by appoint- ment. A. M'LEOD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, ABD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS PRINCE OF WALKS BUILDING ClEBMOHT. JOHN A. TURN EB» WOOI/BROKER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT. LIBERAL ADVANCES on the clip of the en...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 April 1872
LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the j Post-ofllce, Rockhampton ¡ if not claimed j on or before the 10th May. 1872, will be for- j Worded to tho Dead Leiter Ofllce, Brisbane, j JAMES E. O. DALY, \ Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton April 18, 1872.' Alston, Alex. ; Anderson, W. (miner) ; Anderson and Simonp, Messrs.; Andremailia, W. H. ; Argo, Robt. (" Light Brigade") ; Ash- croft, J. ; Aurtevan, Louisa. Bailey, George (" Light Brigade") ; Beniger, Miss Mary ; Barry, John (near tho Railway) ; Ucrthcau, Monsieur; Bering, John; Bird, Mrs. A. E.; Blake, IT,; Botik, Johann; Boothby, J. (labourer) ; Boughton, Wm. (concert hall) ; Bowen, James John ; Brackey, Jahn ; Brickwood, J,ahn ; Broad, Joseph ; Brown. W. Cahill, T. K ; Caldwell, Robt. ; Carter, Miss Catherine (2) ; Child, Mrs. (2) ; Ohristy, Earnest ; Cochraue, W. H. (carpenter) ; Conel, James; Cooper, Robt.; Crighton, John. Oaridioii, Mrs.,- Dolding, John ; Dowling, Miss Anne. Easton, Mrs.; Edgar, Mr. (Jamestown); Elliott, William | E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 April 1872
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM' KAVIGATIO' * COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. -? ' W* 1 ;STDIÎÉr DIRECT.-« Balclutha,' ÎCo-oonij» Horning at 0 o'clock. . ïbr' BBKBASE, vid GLADSTONE .nd MARYBOROUGH.-« Indy Bowen," 3EMl Morning, at 8 o'clock. p Sor BROADSOUND ONLY.-" Tinonee," üPo-morrow Mommj!, »t balf.paat 8 o'clock. V. F. I/. BARKER, Agent. . BooinuoptoD, April 88,1872. -^-- ' Vj^V f::$hiuá:,¿ü»átfft (rom . SYDSEY for .ODflEHSLASD Vfl^TS, on. or. »bout Satur Jay, íííli infant., .",..... ^."BJackWrJ," from MELBODßHE for .0TJEBI(81j,£jSD POETS, on-or about Êatur j¡¿., . Etdwti Faret and JFreijIUi. E. .M. HUNTER tc 00., Agente. ?j*-.-: "OÎECE," 1TROM SYDNEY. ' . r ? ri fit«. ' ' CONSIGNEES bj above - achooner ara teqaeated to puk entries, pa; freight, pod Cake delivery of good« es landed. ".' ..a. Ï ALMES & CO., . Agent*, end G. B. SHAW. 3D0ND0N & QUEENSLAND LINE ' OF , Or-IPPEE PASSfiNGEB-ßHIPS. ÄfjlHB weli'Vnown Al clipper ,r»-, »hip "ilpHI BRIGADE," 1244 tons ...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
PABZIAMEMTARr. ¡Tas «paos occupied by the report of til» Ballway Commission, nwclndes our giving more than a bare abstract of Parliamentary business, except- ing only the speeches of Mr. Palmer and Mr. Lilley, the former of which we give in its entirety. _ Ia the Legislative Council on tbe 16tb, the President announced the resignation of Mr. Samuel Hodgson, one of the members. Mr» J. A. Bell, a new member, was sworn, and the President notified the appointment of Mr. W. F, Lambert, as a member of that House. The remaining business related to the Address in reply to the Speech, and other formal mattera. NEW MEHBEES.-In the Assembly on the same day, Messrs. E. M. Royd«, S. W. Griffith, and J. K. Handy were introduced and sworn. AnoBBss TO THE QOSEH.-On the motion of , Mr. Palmer the House went into Committee and agreed to an address to Her Majesty on the subjsot of the Prince of Wales' late illness. ' PBOVTNCIAL Oororoo«.-On the motion .of Mr. Palmer the Provincial Council« Bill was re...
THE NEW DISTRIBUTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
I THE NEW DISTRIBUTION BUL. WHEBBAS it is desirable to make a fresh distnbu tion of the electoral districts of the colony and to increase the number of members of the Logie latiré Assembly Be it therefore enacted by the Queen a moat excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of Queensland in Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same as follows - 1 The Electoral Districts Act of 1867 is hereby repealed except so far as ia necessary for carrying into effect the provision« of this Aot 2 The Legislative Assembly of Queeosland shall consist of forty one members 3 The colony shall be divided into the following electoral districts, each returning one member -Brisbane City, Wickham, Fortitude Valley, Enoggera, 8outh Brisbane, East More ton, Redcliffe Logan, Ipswich, Bremer, Bun danba, Stanley, West Moreton Fassifern Too woomba Aubigny, Cunningham Dalby, Darling Downs, Northern Downs, Carnarvon Maranoa, Balonne, Warre...
THE BRANDS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
THE BRANDS ACT. WE are indebted to the Registrar of Brands, for a pamphlet of thirty six pages, entitled " The Brands Act of 1872, together with a digest of the Act, Specimen Brands, and Classified Index, bv P R Gordon, Registrar of Brand«" Printed by Authority, at the Government Print rag Office, Brisbane A variety of objections have been raised against this important measure, obîêBy we believe, by persons who misunderstood its ?Cope and object We are glad therefore to notice the pamphlet open with a senes of ouations and answers suggested by representa «ojuy. to til« Inspector from a stock-owner suffering from a mixture of distrust and idoreduhty These questions and anstrsrs ere BO much to the point that we transfer them at once to our column«, and they will be found below In pages 6-8 the objection to the Act are more folly stated, and fbuie three following pages the answers are supplied In pages 11 to 17 lnolusive all the information neoessary for the guidance of stockowners is ...
INPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
ntPOUNDINGS. YAAMBA-On 15th April, 1872, by John Button, Esq, Canal Creek -Grey horse, branded 1 neir shoulder Chestnut horse, little white spot on nose, branded P on near neck BlaoV m ire, branded IV near shoulder, and like 193 under near saddle -If not rcleaaed will be sold on 15th May, 1872 -A GEDDES' Poundkeeper BANANA.-From Wooroona, on 16th April, 1872, by W F White, Esq Driving 15« each -Grey Horse, collar marked, branded HR (conjoined) off shoulder, like 43 off eaddle. Grey cob, branded Forer -* near shoulder Bay horse long tail, small «tar, branded W P near shoulder Black colt, long tail, «tar und snip, two hind and off fore feet white, branded like AA near shoulder Bay horse, little white on both hind fetlock«, like f? blotched off «boulder Bay horse, GL near shoulder Roan horse, small «tar, two hied fetlocks white, branded like two triangles near shoulder, Illegible brandi on off shoulder, saddle marked Brown mare, star, ofi hind foot white, H near neck, R over HM near «h...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
ODTWAEDS. April 27.-Circe, schooner . 95 bales wool, 2 hiles i-Uns, John Hcadrnk and Co ; 1 COBC b inks, 74 balcB wool, 34 ¡»dee, G Ii. hhaw , 25 tons limestone, I BukbeiK; 61 hides,Minim Brother«; 2 hogsluuils tallow, 2 qiurler ea^ls tillan, l8 hides, 1 bile wool, Jsinei Chapple, 7 ck- tallo», 34 hide«, 1 bil. skins, W. Putt pon, 952 c "cs prc-i ived meats, Bcrkclman und Co ; 1 bale wool, \ Feez
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the Post office, Rockhampton , if not claimed on or before tbe 10th May, 1872, will be for warded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane JAMES E O DALY, Postmaster. Post office, Rockhampton April l8,1872 Alston, Alex , Anderson, W (miner) i Anderson and Simon«, Messrs , Andrewatha, \W H, Argo, Robt ( Light Brigade ") j Ash croft, J i Aurtevan, Louisa. Bailey, George ( ' Light Brigade") , Baniger, Mi« Mary, Barry, John (near the Railway) ; Bertheau, Monsieur > Bevmg John, Bird, Mis A E, Blake, li,, Botik, Johann, Boothby, J (labouier), Boughton, Wm (concert boll), Bowen, James John ; Brackey, John, Brickwood, John, Broad, Joseph , Brown W Cahill, T E , Caldwell, Robt ; Carter, Miss Catherine (2) ¡ Child, Mrs (2), Christy, Earnest, Cochrane, W H (carpenter) , Conti, James ; Cooper, Robt i Ongbton, John Davidson, Mrs , Doldmg, John j Dowling, Miss Anne keston, Mrs ¡ Edgar, Mr (Jamestown), Elliott, William, Elliott, Mr ¡ Evans, Morgan Flood, J A. (6)j Freder...
NOTICE TO MARINERS. UPPER AND EAGLE FARM FLATS, BRISBANE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
NOTICE TO ('MARINERS. UPPER AND EAGLE FARM FLATS, BRISBANE RIVER. THE cutting through/the Upper Flats being completed to a width ol' one hundred feet, and that through the Eugl J Farm Flats to n width of two hundred feel Liejil" will, from and after this dale, be exhibited hoUneen sunset end sunrise, from the leading beacons ; those for the Upper Flats, from the beatons on the ahore above Parker Island, and /below the cutting; and thoso for the Fagloj Farm Flats, from the beacons on the northjshore below the Magazine. The lights for eaefh cutting consist of a red and a white light-wie red light being in each case the one nearer to the channel. The light« in line lead throughlthc centre of the cuttings. Vessels, to avoid ¿aesing over and injuring the side of the cutting,lare to enter and leave the upper end of the (channel through the Upper Flute, OB close to tile south shore as practicable. The buoy painters red, and formerly pUeed on the upper side of tlie Eagle Form Flats, is now ...
ANNEX TO REPORT. (Mr. Wienholt's reasons for differing with Clause 22 of the Report.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
ANNEX TO BEPOHT. (Mr. Wionholt's reason« for differing with Clause 22 of the Report.) While retaining my right to treat the question on id merits when it is placed before Parliament, I feel it to be my duty to stete to your Excellency that 1 differ with that part of the twenty-second clause wlnob recommend« the immediate con- j struction of certain line«. I do this because, io i my opinion, we have not sufficient dafa to juatify the recommendation. With respect to the exton- I sion of the Southern and Westein Railway to Brisbane, no evidence whatever ha« been taken by your Excellency's Commissioners either as to the* necessity or advisability of the carrying out of the work | EDWAED WIENHOLT. I disagree with the above report, for the foi lowing leesons, vis . 1st Because the Royal Commission wa» only appointed to inquire into and report upon the construction of railways, and paragraph two of the report shows very plainly that was the object the Commission had in view when entering! ...
The Rockhampton Bulletin WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
wira wnico is INCOSFOHATKD THE GLADSTONE 0B8ERVEU. TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1872. THE political intelligence to hand by last Brisbane mail ie not reassuring, and we freely confess to a feeling of dis- appointment at the indications of a division in the Ministerial camp on the railway question. It may be true, as the PHEMJEE assures us, that the Speech was prepared in good faith, and that the Government intend honestly to .carry out the policv therein enunciated. We still give Mr. PALMEE credit for sincerity, and we still give Mr. WALSH credit for bis intention to abide by the recommendation of the ^Railway Com- mission, although both hon. gentlemen have modified their opinions under pressure from the majority both in Parliament and in the country. But we aro distrustful of the other members of tlie Cabinet, and still more distrustful of the non-official members of the Ministerial party. These last gentlemen appear determined again to stand in the way of judicious railway extension, and wi...
SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
SYDNEY. Monday Evening. I The Ministry resigned to day The secret only leaked out today A strong debate is likely to take place when the House meets on Wednesday lue Exhibition arrangements are almost complete H M S "Olio"has returned from Western Australia The war vessels, dressed, fired a salute to day in honour of the Birthday of the Emperor of Russia Weston and Hitchins have been matched for the Billiard Championship The Waratah Coal Company have declared a dividend of ten per cent The war steamer " Dido " has been ordered tram the Cape of Good Hope to reinforco the Australian Squadron Soiled for Brisbane, Maryborough, and Rock- hampton " Lord Ashley "
CALENDAR. APRIL —MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
CALENDAR. AFB1L-JIAT. 6 S 6 30 650 622 6 IS 713 V38 86 830 866 922 9 48 11013 1039 * Tho lise of tido in Koppel Day varies from Ott to 4fl and at tho Vpnor Flats from 6ft lo 10ft Depth of walcrat tho Upper Flat -In tue ola or natural cbannol at low water sprii gfi 1ft Stn highest springs Mit ein Now cutting at low water springs 6ft lu highest si rings 16fl -Tho timo of high water Is slightly In flucnecd bj freshets and high winds t The i Ido» reach their full at tua Pilot Station Keppel lint 2h 40in earl jr and at Rockhampton 30m tater li in the hours named in the above table
Wednesday, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
Wednetday, April l8. In the Assembly, Mr. Palmer laid on the table the Census returns for 18711 Mr. King presented a petition praying for the throwing open of land for settlement near Bundaberg ¡ and Mr. Palmer laid on the table a petition which had been presented to his Exoellency the Governor from a large number of residente in the Northern Dietriots, protesting against the construction of any more railways. The Estimates were also laid on the table. GovsBNKEriTDATB-On the motion of Mr. Palmer it was resolved that on Tuesdays and Wednesday! Government business take pre oedenoe of eil other butine««. REDISTBIBUTIOV.-Mr. Palmer introduced a ? new, Redistribution Bill, and in moving that it be read a first time, entered into a lone explana- tion of its provisions. The bill was then resd, and the second reading made an order of the day for Tuesday, the 28rd. ., GOLD Durr.-Mr. King moved for leave to introduce a Bill for abolishing the gold doty. The motion was «eooaded by, Mr. Lilley,...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BOWEN. Monday, 3.7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSntALIAN ASSOCIATED TBESB TELBGEAHS. BOWEN. Monday, 37 p.m. i TEE Commissioner from Normanby give« a very good account of the reofs there. All the men are busy getting np stone. A number of claims, all payable, «le ¿¡onnd^bej on one reef, whin); is over four miles long. There is plenty of stone at grass for the machiue. The Commissioner brings sine apeoimens from the different claims, and a splendid prospect from a plateful of rubble from the Welcome Reef. The weather is still dry. One of the Ravens- wood machine« i« stopped for want of water.