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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AEBIVALS. Amu 2S- Quornfi.ai]I, i.SMltmiit Ciptnin fimilli, from llr lim, ii m1inrnHt.ii Ituiidaui rp ind (sliflhUmo ] 1,-er - ï r* M irru\ Mii>t r Murrn iiid two rli Urtu Iii ltiolur.'.rjn unit Mid 311« Mule Mcmra MtiiTu Mu Ion, li li lend ill J limbon IUIII clfchtocn 1J tlr^rua^L A i! "'.-J «i ii 1 !nr on PS 202 Ion«. Ciptnin IS i li« from kwlne\ din rt l'ii» ui,rarr>-Min hmilli Ali Jlmll Id Mi NP« II M M Til 1) S WHIIHCP, A Uti J \\ k iJAnj 1 Ila« n rt llftc cn m Hie hUcnux *trl » - L-iih n uni 1 etrli Milson MnsWn from li Millie Cirpo «I HO Icol jin 1 ILIJÎUSÛII \\r\ 1-11 in Alhcil ruiipr, iitçlir^ inapto from limul r,., MI h J J ni feet lino tOUslRucrt m Mr A Cr nu Yl ni _ '- In rj, M lioo 101, finin Mar5boiQUr.l1 willi 2t ^i) 1 l mi tlmbu for Mr Hum Jonc* aid-iM) ftol Mr jijld MIMI April ¿*»-Mnr> Ann, ecliooiioi, Clniisliaw, muster from Mnryl*rouf,Ii, with ¿0,0DD foot i»Inu for Mr A O rum April 29-Anulo Irotcb, Miller, master, mill 20000 feet ]i...
MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
MANIFESTS. DTWABDS \piil 2S -Queensland s From Brisbane . 1 « i, J I"I>SDII ; 1 box rai-unt1, 1 cape currants, Kl h ' Icy lippies, 1 cupe purnim «, 1 case salad oil, 1 (li um tir, Home Urollicrs,ci-c of Barker ; 3 cr- tm, 2 ess iron, Woodier , 1 truss, Peter- son nil Miller, caic of To: ui d Adair; 1 trus=, A. And« lion, caic of BarUr, 10 casks bottled beor, 1 hogahcid 1 qu irtcr-i jck hrundi, M C. Thomson, c. 3 of W Thomson, 2 (rushes, Winter and Jjea, caro of H untci , 1 hogshead colonial rum, 7 case«, libnndle shovels, 1 truss, BsW^«a>rt'rWByUMT *'Äj^JW MêVr," caro' of* " Barker, 10 CHBCS bottled fruits, i casis 1 case rarUJnatc&,da, 2 cases mustard, I «use sauce, 2 cases sardineB, 1 case strychnine, 2 kegs rivets, 30 lings muire, 3 cases potatoes, John Headrick and Co. ; 5 cases berringa, 5 casca pirns 4 cases capers, Walter Reid and Co. ; 10 cases whiskey, Hcnriqtt"B ; 8 bars iron, 12 dray boxes, J. Nowton, 11 Legs nails, D. Jones und Co. ; 2 bags meal, 25 cuses k...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
The Guceuel in&lt;7, e , arrived nt Ilnndnberg ot 10130 ii m on Friday , li ft at 10 43 n m on frituidj, n idled GUletone ut 1030 pm samo day, left tint port at 4 30 a m on Sundm, and arrived al tho whai f, Rockhampton, same day ut 2 30 p in Iho Queensland had fine weathei all the «JJ from Brisbane Tho Jumes Pitcrson, se, arrircd in Keppel | Bay on Saturdu} tvemrg, and was passed by , the Queensland, a, m tho river on Sunday The ] low «tate of thetido pievented the arrival of the Pitci i in ot the wlinrf on Sund iy afternoon, but htr lia lb wi le brought up bl the Ant about 9 pm Ile I'llnrxnn n ifKltlCMhiif it du Il lit i, in mm l I n Al i i i u ! - u d , 1 , k1 ! | ne ,1 n . v i i ii I r i i a i i L K v Hi L r' I , A ii i" e i a o i 1 "I k u ^ se, m JW i. The Queensland, s., will leave at 11'30 a m. to-day for Brisbane via Gladstone, Bundaberg, and Maryborough. The only passenger booked last night was Mr. G. Dhmáok. The barque Alfred Hawley sailed from Capo Moreton for Lond...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
dg- For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, fice., please see Front Page. BOOKBINDING. KfT MUNRO has pleasure in inti '" . mating that having engaged a FIRST CLASS WORKMAN, ia now in a position to execute BOOKBINDING IN EVERY STYLE. N.B.-All work done on the premises. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. TOHN EOBERTS, GUNMAKEE, w the "MANTON" of the Colony, hss removed from East-street to William-street, opposite Mulligan's Stores. LIME! LIME!! LIME!!! MESSES. E. ¿"HUNTER & CO. have ON SALE-Best Roach and Slack Lime from Mr. W. BLACK'S Glen- more Lime Kilns. A. M'LEOD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS PRINCE OF WALES BUILDING CLT.EMONT. J. B. JONES, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, CAMPBELL BTBEET. N.B.-Saddles countorllned tor 7a. Od.; Collara, 6s. C C. BRESLIN, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL GENERAL STOREKEEPER, FREE TRADE STORES, GLADSTONE. THE NEWLANDS STEAM WOOL SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, ROCKHAMPTON-, HAVING RE-OPENED...
THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
THE UOYAL COMMISSION ON RAIL- I WAY CONSTRUCTION. j THE loport and minutes of the proceedings of the abort- Comuiieiion were laid on the rabio of the Legislative Assembly on the 18th instant The following is the chief portion of tho report - lo Iii« Kxcelloncy the Most Honorable GEonflE Ar/GDBTPB Co>.ST4NTOiE, Marquis of Aormanbj, Earl of Mulgrave, Viscount ^ormanbi, and Baron Mulgrave of Mul praie, all in Hie county of York, in tho peei agi of the United Kingdom ; and Baron Mulgrave of New Ross, in the county of Wexford, in the peerage of Ireland , a Momberoi Her Majesty's Most Honorable Privy t ouncil, Governor and Coramindcr in-Chief of tho colony of Queensland and its dependencies The Commissioner«, appointed undor your Excellency's hand and under the Great Peal of the Colony, on the 25th January, 1872, to inquire into and report upon, the construction of railnavs wubin the colony, including the northern and southern extension«, as nell as other line«, and the whole subject o...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
MAUS per " Queenaland," s, for Brisbane, via Gladstoue, Bundaberg, and Maryborough, close at IO 30 a.rn to-day A VEBY Une young Clydesdale entire has just been imported from Victoria by Mr D S Wallace, of Emerald Downs, Nogoa River Ho IB quite a youngster, and although slightly over 1G£ hands high, is only twenty months old He is a dark brown by Champion, on imported horse, and a pnzctakcr in Victoria, dam, Jessie, by Cromwell, also a prize taker We congratu late Mr Wallace upon having secured so promising a horse, and have no doubt that hie progeny will prove themselves among the bett draught horse« m this put of the colony. THC Clermont Gold Escort, in charge of Senior Sergeant Brannelly, arrived yesterday evening with 1160 oz. 19 dvrts. 17 gre. gold, consigned to the A.7.6. Rank, and £411 in notes of other banks. The escort left Clermont on Tuesday last. WE are rsquesteoN.by Alderman Nobbs to explain that his motion with referenoe to the employment of day men upon the wharf ap- p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN 8TEAM NAVIGATION ¡.COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. Tor SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Boomerang," on or about Thunda; next. For BRISBANE, «¿¿GLADSTONE,BUN- DABERG, & MARYBOROUGH.-« Queens- land," Toi» Day, at 1 p.m. Tor NORTHERN POSTS.-" Tinonee," on or «boat Thursday next. F. Ei. BARKER, Agent. Bookfaunptoo, April 30,1872. " ?DLAOKBIED," AND t* "LORD ASHLEY," "STEAMSHIPS. «Lord A«M«j," for MACKAY, BOWEN, «ia TOWNSVILLE, on or aboqt MONDAY, «*M*y. , * .'SUekblroV- from MELBOURNE for' QUEENSLAND POETS, on or about Satur- day, May 4. At Beäneei Fare* and Freights. E. M. HUNTER & CO, Agent«. «TEAM TO BOWEN & TOWNSVILLE. THE" s.S. «LORD ASHLEY" «ill em) for BOWEV end TOWNSVILLE tweritj-four houn after arriva!. E. M. HUNTER & CO, AgenU. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. a SHE Clipper Schooner "AGNES" it now loading, And «ill nave immediate dispatch. For rate* or freight, Sx., apply to E. M. HUNTER & CO., Agent«. LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE I...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION.S [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 April 1872
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS THE following notifications appear in Saturday week's Gazette : ArpomiMEKTS -Wdliam Cave, Clerk of Petty Sessions, to be Registrar of the Northern District Court at Clermont ¡ William Christian, Thomas Hatfield, James Roberts, William Adair, T. F. Tagg, William Anderson, and George Fox, to be trustees of the general cemetery at St Lawrence) Frederick Kilner, 8ub-Collector of Customs, Bowen, to be Sub Collector at Rockhampton, vice W. J. Brown, deceased ; George F. Sandrock, Sub-Oollecjor at the Gulf, to be Sub-Collector Bt Bowen ; Bartley Fahey, eocoud officer, Townsville, to be Sub-Collector at the Gulf. CASHLESS USE ot FIBB PREVENTION Act - The provisions of this Aot are extended to the district of Leichhardt RBBEBVES -It IB notified that the following lands have been reserved .-15 acres l8 perches for road metal and gravel. Cardwell ; about SO acres, parish of Rockhampton, for public pur poses (the Yeppen Lagoon), 7k acres, Rock- hampton, for a cemetery ; a...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. REPORT OF THE AGENT-GENERAL FOR EMIGRATION. TO THE HONORABLE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
PABLIA.MBNTABY PATER. REPORT OF TES AGBNT-GENEBAL FOB EMIGRATION. TO TBJt HoUOElBtB THE COLONIAL 8XCBETÍ.RC 8m,-The report I here the honour to for- ward mint necessarily be brief, from tbe short time which bas elapsed since tbe resignation ol the former Agent-General-Mr. Archer-on tbs 16th September last. In accordance with instruotioos reserved from tba Go isintu ent I took charge of the emigration from that date. I do not deem it my duty to report on any matters whioh transpired during the year while the emigration was under the direction of others, except so tar as they are contained in the annexed tables relating to the despatch of ships. One of the first duties which devolved upon me was to call for tenders fora ship to be dispatched to Rockhampton. Several tenders were received, and the " Light Brigade," Messrs. Mackay, Grellier, and Oo. being the brokers, was eooepted at £13 19s. 6d. per statute adult. This ship was despatched from London on the 3rd December. Instructions ha...
MR. GRAHAM AT CLERMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
SIB. GRAHAM AT CLERMONT. ON th« 84th ultimo, Ur. C. J. Graham met the electora at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Clermont. Mr. H. C. Miller, of the firm of Potcreon and Miller, «aa voted to the chair, and introduced the candidate in a few appro- priated remarks. Mr. Graham made a rather lengthy speech, asking indulgence on tbs ground that lie was quite new to public speaking. He gave a quali- fied adhesion to Mr. Palmer's Ee-distribution Bill, complained of the palpable inaccuracy of the. last censas placing Clermont at a disad- vantage, announced himself a believer in immi I gration, but objeoled to further debt on that account, end thought the return to a modification of the land order system would be expedient tn hit (Mr. Graham's) opinion ample areas of land muat everywhere be kept open to selection. [ If immigrants came oat, there mast be land ready for such of them as choose to settle upon, and there must be land for those who were now in the colony to settle on, that they may e...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Tb» htäj Bowan, a., left Maryborough for GUditons at 10*86 am, yesterday. Toe aoboOner Agnes puted oat of Keppel kBay JtMatday, bound tor Sydney. W The Ouearalahd, a, which left Bockhampton on Toasday, arrived et Gladstone at 1 ajo. on Wednesday, tad taft for Maryborough and Brisbane at WO a.m. same day. Hhs Jotaes Paterson, a*., arrived «t Brisbane .Vern Rockhampton yesterday at 080 a.m. Tb» Baldotjba, «*» from Bockbamptoo, arrind at 8ydney «a Tuesday.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
COMMERCIAL. OüE Sydney Aloe are to the 23rd. Tho HeraU of that date reporta : The import marketa hare opened «¡di great firmness and n moderate demand for frade quantities. Breadstuff's ore advancing, sales of leading Adelaide brands «ere made up to £16 10s. ; the town millers aro now charging £14 10s. for small quantities. Wheat is held for higher rates than ruled last week. Currants are getting dearer, i\A. to 6d. is now asked. There is inquiry for inferior qualities or cofifao at full prices. Drugs and chemicals are firm. Quotations far soda crystals range from £11 I». to £12. Liquors dull ; bulk ale of a leading brand sold at £7 10s. Bottled stout is wanter!, aqd likely to become scarce. Sales hare been made to arrire at improved valucB. Brandies unchanged. Nowa from Mauritius to March 16th, received to-day via Melbourne, reports the sugar market os very (¡rm. Hie Clara Sayers, from Sydney, with coals, had not arrived, though long overdue, and apprehensions for her eafcty were e...
The Rockhampton Bulletin WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
mm wnrcn is IISOOBFOBATRD TUB GLADSTONE OB SE EVE ll. THURSDAY, MAT 2, 1872. THE election of Mr. C. J. GBAHAM for Clermont ia a subject for unmixed satisfaction. The Clermont and Cnpper ficlrl people Ii ave been spared the excitement and fun of a contested election, which, perhaps, some of them may be inclined to regret; but tbey bare for once happily agreed to sink minor differences, and elect a man who will be not only the legal member for the district but also the true and faith- ful representativo of the constituency. Mr. GnAHAH is a retired squatter, but he is in no sense what is known as a " squatters' man." Endowed with the inestimable advantage of a liberal education at Cambridge, taught colonial experience by tbe hardships of station life in the back tracks, and made thoroughly acquainted with the wants of In's constituents by several years' residence in their midst, he enters political lifo with every pro- spect of a useful and successful career. And be is not a patriot ra...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
AK economical man, who bought a coat much too email for him, did not sell it aguin, ai bc vas advised, but, very wiselr, let it out. " A BÜMTEE AT PABTIIÎG."-This occurs, sometimes, «lion a etea tn boat gives o final jolt flgdiust the pier before going on ahead. STBETTGTH OP CHABACTEB.-No mandoserTes ta bo praised for his goodness uniese he has I strengt h of character to be wicked.-La liochefoticauld. j
MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
MANIFESTS. INWARDS. May 1.-Tinonee, p.e., from St. Lawrence : 1 packago, E. M. Hunter and Co.; and 131 tons 19 cwt. O qra. 9 lb», copper, and 1 packago, for transhipment to Sydney (tourner. OUTWARDS. April 30.-Agnes, schooner, for Sydnov : 10 bales wool, A. W. 8. Smith ; 80 bales wool, 21 hides, 2 qiiurler-easks tallow, 1187 slwnk bones, 400 horns, 48 sheep skins, 5 iron tiree, 8 bdls hoops, 35 bundles 1 Bcrap 9 bags 3 ca9ka iron, 1 lot old iron, G. B. Shaw. May 2.-Iloouicrang, s.s., lor Sydney : 1375 OZB. 2 &lt;lntp. 22 grains gold, A..T.S. Bank; 211 ozs. 13 ilwta. 16 gre. gold, Bank New South Wales; SO ozs. 19 dwts. fi grs. gold, Onion Bank ; 38 bales wool, 5!) hides, 37 cases pre- served meats, Bcrkclnian and Oo. ; 1 truss, 1 hoi, John Cramp ; 37 bales wool, j. Headriek nnd Co. ; 38 bales wool, Travers and Gibson ; 12 halos wool, W. Kilgour ; 21 bales wool, S. S. Travers ; 35 bules wool, Roderick Travers ¡ 7 bales wool, R. Towns and Co ¡ 6 bules wool, J. Graham ; 20 balea...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Anraviis. April go,-Boomerang, SJ., Captain Lako, from Card- well, Townsville, and Bowen. PassenRors - Misa V'Clhilovk, MissWilson. Mra.Moore.Mcwre. A.Royland. F. NtMi'nes.tt.Mooro.J. Uutcu,URTT. H.Scot1,M'Dimnul, Ellin, DitviH, Lum MÍ niuo, Ka tn Held, G. IN M, Mu nay, nd ciRUty-flro iii lUo steerage. April a»>.- Black Swan, B.P., Captain Brooks, (rom Bowon (In tow or Hie Bnomeranc). May 1.-Tinonoo, ti.«.. 205 ton's. Captain Hirst, from fit. Lawrence. Passonpers-Mrs. TORR, Mr». II I rut, Miss Bautloy, Slr. T. W. Foley, «nd niuo In ibo steerage. DEPAtiTOUiíB. April 9i».-James Paterson, B.B., Captain Saunder*, for Ilriabauo. Passengers - Misa Folcv, Hon. IV, F. Lambert, und six in tho steerage. April 30- Quoeiislîtnâ, «.^WioiiB, Cnptaln Smith, for Olsdttiono, BunflRbnre, Maryborough, and Brisbane, l'asBongorn - Miss M'Ol¡mock, Mus Boroliam, Ml» IN llorcliain, Misa Wilson, Mles Pattison, Mrs. \\\ Pattison, and Wanter Pattison. Mrs. Hcalm*, Wru. Rou/ns, Mrs. P...
MR. CAMPBELL'S ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
ME. CAMPBELL'S ESTIMATE. Approximate estimate of cost of constructing a singlo line of railway from the present atation at Westwood to Sebastopol, being a distant» of about 2 miles 12 chains : Earthwork, 10,000 cube yards, at 2s.£1,000 0 Ballast, 6047 cube yorde, at 3s.... 767 1 Sleepers, 3785, at 2s. 6d. ... 473 6 Boils, 135 tons, nt £10 . 1,350 0 Fish I'lateB, 10 rons, at £11 ... 110 0 Fish Bolts, Iton 16 cwt., at 2d. per lb. 83 13 8 Bracket Spikes, 1 ton 13 cwt., at lid. per lb. 23 2 Spikes, 2 tons 4cwts., at lid. per lb. 30 2 Flatelaying, 3785 lineal yards, at 2a. 6d. 473 6 470 lineal feet bridging, at £3 ... 1,410 0 £5,«60 8 8 Or about £2,632 per mile. Add 180 fenoing. £2,812 The abore calculation takes rails at 40 lbs. per yard, and ballast one foot thick. The side drains are included tn the earthwork.
SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. THE Parliament opened et noon. The Speech indicated no policy. In the Assembly Ur. Forster was nilted to form a Ministry, and hs takes till Tuesday next to complete his arrangements. Mr. Parkes was chosen leader of the Opposi- tion, end mored on amendment on the address condemning tho Martin administration. Thomas Woods and John Coyne hare been sentenced to death at Bathurst for murder. Tlie markets are steady. Wool is slightly dearer. Sheepskins aro id. higher. The Intercolonial Exhibition continues a success.
BRISBANE. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872
BRISBANE. Wednesday, C p.m. Aa goon as the ABBcmbly root yesterday after- noon, all tho Government businesa wai post- poned to tole Supply. To thia the Opposition objected until the Redistribution Bill was in a more forward state. The House went into Committee, but all business was obstructed by the Opposition. afr. Palmer said he was determined to have the whole nino months' Supply before any other business should go on. The House rose shortly before ten o'clock, nothing having been done. To-day, when the House met. Ur. Palmer made o ministerial statement to tho eame effect as last night. He pointed out the great incon- venience that would arise from the Opposition persisting in their present course. Ho would not pay a cent to the public servants until the money was troted. All business is now at a stand-till in the House.