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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. CLERMONT. Tuesday, 1.2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES.. AUSTB.lMi.ir ASSOCIATED IBESS TKÍBOBUIS. CLERMONT. Tuesday, 1-2 p.m. TnE nomination of a member to represent tili« district in tho Legislativo Assembly was held to-day. Mr. 0. J. Graham was the only candi- date proposed, and he was declared dui; eleoted.

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CALENDAR. APRIL—MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

CALENDAR. ArniL-suY. Ti UM.* TUM Thurs MKWÖHASDÄ. MOON'S 4OK. fi-fi 6.10 fi-fiS (122 fl 43 713 7 38 8'S 8 30 6-56 (t-22 fl*« 1013 103» * Tito vteB of 1 Wo i« Ttcpncl Tïav varlet from Mt. 1*> 4H., iirnl ;ii Uio V\\\\ar Plat« from 5ft.to 10ft. Depth or nutcr al thcUppor Hat -In tho old or natural channel, nt low WHtcr M]nh.Rri, lft,6Jn; h.Rhost springo *lft. flin. Vow cutting at low water springs. Eft.; in filRheat .print-*, Ifift-Tho timo of liiph wntor is slightly In- fluenced liv frcNlioU and high wind*. t Tim i Idea reach their full Rt tho Pilot Stat Inn, Keimet : Ray, 2k. 40m. earllor, and nt Rockhampton 30in. later linn thc hours namoi in the ahore table.

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BOWEN. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

BOWEN. Weânraâfty. In (lie Police Court to-day, F. Nnnlea wo» charged Trill) u»ing threatening laneuage to- wards Mr. ,T. P. Sharkey. Tlic nords wore " I will shoot you like a dog." The defendant was bound over to keep tho peace for six months, in the sum of £200, and, in default of approrcd sureties, to be imprisoned in Rockhampton Gao!.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTH. MEEHAN.-On the 29th April, at her residence, the Albion Hotel, East-street, the wife of John Meehan, of a daughter.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.     -- DEATH. WORMALD.-At his residence, on 2nd instant, Mills   Wormald, aged 40 years.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, MAY 3,1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

«IUI WHtCB U XNCOWOUTED THE ? a&A&STONJB O £ SS MVS ß. FRIDAY, MAY 3,1878. Ztr the Polios Court yesterday, Henry J. K'Dermott appeared before Mr. F. H. Beddek, .T.P., on s remanded charge of horsestealing, and «ru oommitted Cor trial at the sittings of the Diitrlst Court, at Bookhampton, to take píaos next month (June). THE adjourned Small Debts Court case of V. Jackson and Co. «. C. S. Cripps, iu which a claim for £9 7s. 6d. was made for rent, was neara yesterday before Messrs. Thomson and Beddek. Mr« Jones appeared for the plain ti Ss, and Mr. Wilford for the defendant Mr. Mil- ford argued that plaintiffs, befog only agents, bad no power to sue for rent. He also raised ? other technical objections. Mr. Jones haring »plied, a verdict was entered for defendant, but sifthout costs. AvotBXB. of the old residents of Bock " bampton bas just passed away. Mr. Mills ^rVormaU died yesterday afternoon at half-past four o'clock, after three days' illness. He has been failing f...

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CALENDAR. Ar[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

. OALSVDAB. ia. p.m. 66 {-SO C'68 6-22 1 M MS 748 8« 830 8*66 va 018 , 10-13 1049 ' . Tm fm vt Ute tn Samel BM Tarte» trom. «tuto asiate» Hw Rata from 6 ft. to lort. Depth or wSa>atlaeUpV-erlftat-u> the old or natural ehannel, _-»rn^atet»»Ji»m«twUia». , tT^ttae» wadi their rall st the Pilot Btattoti, Keppel ,xa.Ma. «ill«, am at Boekhampton Wm. later Jun tba houri names: tn tue atiore utile.

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. UPPER AND EAGLE FARM FLATS, BRISBANE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

NOTICE TO MARINERS. UPPER AND EAGLE FARM FLATS, BRISBANE RIVER. THE cutting through the Upper Flat being completed to a width of one hundred feet, and that through the Eagle Farm Flats to a width of two hundred feet. Lights will, from and after this date, be exhibited between sunset and sunrise, from the leading beacons ; those for the Upper Flats, from the beacons on the shore above Parker Island, and below the cutting ; end those for the Eagle Farm Flats, from the beacons on the north shore below thc Magazine. The lights for each cutting consist of a red and a white light----the red light being in each case the one nearer to the channel. The lights in line lead through the centre of the cuttings. Vessels, to avoid passing over and injuring the side of the cutting, are to enter and leave thc upper end of the channel through the Upper Flats, as close to thc south shorc as practicable. Thc buoy painted red, and formerly placed on thc upper side of the Eagle Farm Flats, is now painted...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

IUPOUNDINOS. YAAMBA.-On 15th April, 1872, by John Button, Esq., Canal Crook:- Grey horse, branded T Hoar eliouldcr. Chestnut luirse, | little white spot on nose, branded 1' on nour neck. Black more, branded I V near shou'drr, ' end like 193 under near saddle.-If not reposed will bo sold on 15th May, 1872.-A. GKUUES' j Poundkcopcr. BAKANA.-From Wooroona, on 16th April, 1872, by W. F. White, Esq. Driving 15s.each: ¡ -Grey Horso, cnlhir marked, branded UK i (conjoined) o)T shoulder, lito 43 off saddle. 1 Groy cob, branded F over w near shoulder. ] Bay* horso, long tnil, small star, branded WI* > near shoulder. Black colt, long tnil, star oud j snip, two hind and off fore feet white, branded like AA near shoulder. Bay horse, little ! white on both hind fetlocks, like K blotched off shoulder. Buy horse, GL near shoulder. Boan horse, small star, two hind fetlocks white, branded liko two triangles near shoulder, illegible brandj on on" shoulder, saddle marked. Brown marc, star, off hind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the Post-office, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or before the 10th Moy, 1872, «ill be for- warded to the Bead Letter Office, Brisbane. JAMES E. O. DALT, Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton April 18,1872. Alston, Alex. ; Anderson, W. (miner) ; Anderson and Simons, Messrs. ; Andrewaiha, , W. H.; Argo, Robt. ("Light Brigade") s Ash- croft, J. ; Aurtevan, Louisa. I Bailer, George (" Light Brigado") ; Baniger, Miss Mar; ; Barry, John (near the Railway) ; Berthcau, Monsieur j Bering, John; Bird, Mrs. A. E.i Blake, ll,; Botik, Johann; Boothby, J. (labourer) ; Boughton, Wm. (concert hall) ; Bowen, Janies 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) ; Concl, James ; Cooper, Robt. ; Crighton, John. Davidson, Mrs. ; Dolding, John ; Dowling, Miss Anno. Easton, Mrs. ; Edgar, Mr. (Jamestown) ; Elliott, William ; Elliot...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

NEW PiSTonâl. EOCIETT.-A. telegram in llic Courier dated from Roma, April 20, runs ns follows :-Yesterday an influential and successful meeting was held licro at which Mr. T. M'llnraith presided. Tito Western Queens- land Pastoral and Agricultural Society was in- augurated, nnd Messrs. W. Miles and A. B. Buchanan, M.TJ.A.'S, were elected presidents. A committee waa also appointed, and rules passed. It wos decided that tho first annual exhibition in connection with tho association would be held at Roma iu September next." MiXDoriiNE KKTEiirnisu.-The arrival of thc brig "African Maid " from Melhourne, with a large lnifr-elhinrMig carpo, marks a new era in tho cumnií-uúl Ui&ljry of our port. Wo luive hing mniiitaincl pretty intimité relations with Adi'l'iide, in li..' turin of eousijntnonls .if fl.mr, ) .ilUnl, and bran frnivt th- *'turin-ICÍ-OU* tii.ugo," hut thc Huming ni n diivcl tr.i'h' with the ipiivii oí thi? rolmii»f is nil iTrnl nf highi'i' iiji-i:icai,e.-, in vi.iv uf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

<r,Vr For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, fica, please see Front Page. IHB BULLETIN Summary of Nows ?*- for transmission by the Monthly Suet Mail, ia published ercry fourth Saturday, and potted to any addrraB in the coloniea ou prepay- ment of 6a. per annum ¡ to Great Britain, eta SonHiampton, at 6a. per annum ¡ and via Drindiai et Sa. per annum. BOOKBINDING. VAT MUNRO has pleasure in inti ** . mating that haring engaged a FIRST CLASS WORKMAN, ia now in a position to execute BOOKBINDING IN EVERY STYLE. . K N.B.-All work done on the premises. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN ROBERTS, GUN MAKER, V tho " MANTON " of the Colony, has removed from East-street to William-street opposite Mulligans Stores. LIME ! LIME ! ! LIME ! ! ! MESSRS. R. MTHUNTER & CO. have ON SALE-Best Roach and Slack Lim" from Mr. W. BLACK'S Glen- more Lime Kilns. THE NEWLANDS STEAM WOOL SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, HAVING RE-OPENED, the Public are rospccfully infor...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

I THERE being a doubt in the ninds of some readers as to the actual distance from Rockhampton to Clermont and Copperfield, we hare ascertained from the Report of the Railway Commission, the actual measurement as shown by the surveyor's records. Milei. From Rockhampton to Wot wood ... 30 Weetwood to tile River Dawson 801 Dawson to Expedition Range... 49 Expedition Range to Lurline (junction of Comet and Mac- kenzie) .25 Lurline to Clermont .. ". Id 213J The distance from Lurline to Copper field is just the some as to Clermont From Lurline to Springsure the distance is only forty-eight miles. Thus it will be Been that were the railway carried to the junction of thc Comet and Mac- kenzie Rivers, a distance of 134-J- miles Clermont and Copperfield would be brought within eighty miles and Spring' eure within fifty miles of the westerc terminus of the trunk line. Mr. GEOEGE FOI, in writing to the Courier, lately Baid,-" From a reliablt source, I caa give the nearest practicable distance (...

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THE PREMIER'S SPEECH ON THE REDISTRIBUTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

THE PREMIER'S SPEECH ON THE REDISTRIBUTION BILL. Mn. PALMER, in explaining the prin- cipies of the measure, said : The bill j states that the Legislative Assembly will comprise forty-one members, which are divided as follows :-The town and suburban population will be represented by ten members, the pastoral interest by eleven members, tho agricultural interest by eleven, the mining interest by five members, and the remaining four will be given to mixed constituencies. Now, sir, by reference to the table which I hare just had circulated amonst hon. members, it will be found that I have adopted the system of grouping. the electorates, which I did before, I think, considerable advantage. The first group consisted of the present electorates ot' Brisbane, South Brisbane, and East Moreton. These electorates have at present seven member, and I propose to eight. In cutting up the electorates, they are divided into eight portions, the first being Brisbane city-that is, the city proper-which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

Shipping A&non&oeme&ts. THE AUSTRALASIAN 8TEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-? Boomerang," This Morning, et 8 o'clock. For OL AD STONE, MARYBOROUGH, atd BRI8BASE;---" I* dy Bowan," on pt «boat Ttujsdl/BWt. . ? '.' :-P>'«T- " iyttey*, 187Î. " DLACKßiED," AND "LORD ASHLEY," 8TBAM8HIPS. "lord Ashier,"-for MACKAY, BOWEN, and TOWNSVILLE, on or about MONDAY, «th Ma;. Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND PORTS, on or about Satur dsy.'May 4. At Sedated Fare* and Freight*. E. M. HUNTER & CO., Agent«. STEAM TO BOWEN & TOWNSVILLE!. fltHË" S.S. "LOED A ASHLEY" will axil for BOWEN end TOWNSVILLE twenty-four boura after armai. E. M. HUNTER & 00., Agente. HARRIS' LONDON fi QUEENSLAND LINE op CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. THE well-known Al clipper t «Wp "LIGHT BRIGADE," »IMt lon« regidor, under the Com mud of GBOBOÏ HOLDEK, Eeg., ie appointed SAIL FOR LONDON, ÏB0H THE POET OF ROCKHAMPTON, j On or about ] 16th JUNE NEXT. Ha« sp...

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THE ROYAL RAILWAY COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

TUE ROYAL RAILWAY COMMISSION. IN Tuesday's issue we gave the report of tho Royal Railway Commission. To-day we give the whole of the evidence i of the northern,witnesses, and akbáugh. it occupies the, greater portion of our nvailable epàcëj tve have thought it better to present tho wholo at one glance, rather than spread it over several issues of the paper, or lessen its value by condensation : . FOEDSUICK JOHN BrEtn.EV, Esq., examined. 1. li;/ '** Chairman : You uro Enginoer for tho Groat Northern Railway and Engineer of Roads for the Northern Division P Engineer for Roads for the Central Division, und Superinten- dent of the Great Northern Railway. 2. What length of time hove you been connected with thc northern railway P About eighteen months. 3. flavo you found that the trafile on that line lils increased at alt «ince you first bucame j connected with it ? It his slightly. 4. In goodsorpa«songera ? In Hie gross total. 5. Both in goods and passengers? I think so-slightly in passe...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

SMALL DEBTS OOÜRT. TnE usual monthly sitting of lilia Court was held ypsterdav, before Messrs. W. Thomson and ] F. N. Beddok, J's?. UNDEFENDED CAUSES. ' Neville «. A. F. Wood.-Claim £10 5s., dis- honoured promissory note. Verdict for plaintiff, with 10s. cost«. Bouroicault ». Graham.-Claim £1 11s. fid., for adverti'ing. Verdict for plaintiff, with 12s. Gd. costs. Same v. Bohan.-Claim £2 11s, for adver- tising and subscription to Argus. Verdict, for plaintiff with 10s. costs. Isles, Finney, and Co. v. S. Lamber!.-Claim £4 3s., for drapery. Verdict for plaintiff with 10s. costs. Page and O'Rourke ». Patrick Sheehan. Claim £115s. Gd., for goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff with 10s. costs. Bouel ti. W. Mitchell -Claim £4 6s. 6d., for board and lodging. Verdict for plaintiff, with £115s. costs. O'Neill c. Easton.-Claim £10 16s. lld., for goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff nith 10s. costs. I DEFENSED. O'Reilly t>. Bletchor.-Claim £1 3«. ii. for leather. Verdict for defendant without oos...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

TBK Gmaiotra UHOBETUHTV; or TBS LAW. -A. gnat lawsuit lately tried at Toowoomba, bu excited mach iaterett in the Muthern por- tion of the colony. The Toowoomba corres- pondent of the Courier thus presents it :-The cue of Oalken v. Merry mutt still be fresh in the recollection of your readers. Merry pur- chased a block of land from the Australian Mutual Provident Society, and erected upon it the Toowoomba Exohaoge, at a cost of some- what above £1600. The land did not belang to the society et all, and they actually gave a title to another man's property as if it were their own ; and-tell it not in Oath-the title pstsed through the Registrar-General's olllee, and a certificate of tiue wu issued to Mr. Merry. The real owner-Oelbers, as executor of John M'Lslland-claimed the property, and the case was tried by the Chief Justice at Toowoomba during ti» lut sitting. The result wu that Mr. Merry wu ejected from the property on which he had expended so much hard cub. All the while the Austr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

' I 'HE Friends of tl ie late Mr. HILLS *? WORMALD are r espeotfully invited to meet at his late residence, the Club Houie, THIS AFTERNOON, ali 4 o'clock, to follow bit remains to tbe Rockha mpton oemetery. BV, G. TUCKER, Undertaker. Hay 8,1872. THE AL r8TBAL A8IAN A STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY.- Steamer- on or about Wednesday next. For GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, and BRISBANE.-"Lady Bowen," on or about Tuesday next. For BOWEN and TOWNSVILLE. - " Egmont," on or about Monday next. F. L. BARKER, Agent Rockhampton, May 8,IB7Î. " DLACOIBÏ?," AND Ö " LORD .ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. ' Lord Ashley," for MACKAY, BOWEN, and TOWNSVILLE, on or about MONDAY, 6th May. "Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND PORTS, on or about Satur- day, May 4. . At Seduced Paree and Freijhit. B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agents. STEAM. TO BOWEN & TOWNSVILLE. ., rp HE 8.8. "LO ED * ASHLEY" will Mil for tjjjrJ^, BOWEN and TOWNSVILLE VSBSBÊÊÎ twenty-four houri after arrival. B. M. BUNTER &am...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 2 May 1872

WE notice that a small lot of prime fut cattle trill bc gold by auction at Gracemere to-morrow. They aro from tho Tintinchilla etation, Barcoo River, the owners of which have hitherto eont their fat cattle ta the Melbourne and Adelaide markets. Three other stations in the samo neighbourhood have also habitually dealt with the southern buyers, and we aro authorised to .ay that they will all prefer sending their stock to Rockhampton in future if fair prices can be obtained. Wo hope, therefore, that Mr. Mac- farlane'! sala will be characterised by brisk competition. THE Bowen people are being treated to a little mild excitement of late. About a fort- night ago Mr. Nantes preferred a charge of perjury against Mr. Commissioner 8harkey, which ofter hearing was dismissed on technical grounds. Tho complainant then stated his intention of bringing on the «ate again, but having, we presume, been foiled, he threatened to " shoot Sharkey Uko a dog." Very properly the gentleman was yesterday bou...

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