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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

BIRTHS. Afro,«* a« »mil»» of IVniM »sr Queensland, the wife of James Philpots Stephens, of a daughter. On Friday, 23rd ult., at the residence of Mr. J. ?john, Gladstone, Mrs. J. Willmott, of a son. DEATH. d> rrUa?. *M> <*, at «h* 11 lit» »? of Mr. MdfetoyCMMto,an. J. WUtaatt,* an. _te«fc>«fc Rolfe and Sons, Baliyanda, the beloved weife of Mr. Jeremiah Rolfe, aged 49 years. Victorian papers please copy.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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SPEECHES OF THE LATE PRICE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

SPEECHES OP THE LATE PBIXCE CONSOUT. " MACMIIAAS 6 Magazine " for January makes the six following extracts from speeches deli vere I at various times by the Ute Prince Consort : 1. At a meeting of the Society for Improving tbe Coniiition of the Labour mir Clashes, May l8, 18*8 :- " Ihpet.d npou it, the interest of class«?s too often contrasted are identical, and it is only ignorance which prevents them from uniting for each other'« advantage. To dispel that itrnoraane, to «how bow man can help man, notwithstanding the com- plicated state of civilised society, ought to be the aim of every philanthropic person ; but it is more peculiarly the duty of those who, under the blessing of Divine Providence, enjoy station, wealth, and education." 1. At the Lord Mayar« banquet in London, March 21, 1850, in anticipa- tion of the Great Exhibition:-"Gen- tlemen,-I conceive it to be the duty of every educated person closely to watch and study the times in which he lives, and, as tar as tu him lies...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

CHINA. TBE OixAand Oana Wau* of 1st March . supplies the following summary of news : J The past fortnight is somewhat barran | in news of interest, both as regards China aad Japan. It ia not likely that any movement hostile to the peace and security of foreigner« «ill be made in the hitter country, while an embassy (probably the tnuat important both as regards its num- ber«- and the rank of the officers com- posing it, that ever left the nhorcs of .Tapan) ¡a engaged ia vi J ting the priu cipat cities on the continent of Europe. Vost likely, the anti-foreign factious, vrbicn have caascd so much «nuuvance ia Japan, have, for the present, aban- doned their machinations ; and it is only to be hoped that the iuteUigence which the ambassadors «end home from time to time during the progreas of their interest- ing tour uwy tend to dissipate much of the unfriendly feeling which yet exists towards foretguen a nong the most in- fluential danae« of Japan. From Peking there is no political in- t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

GAATB fears are entertained fur tbe safety of an exploring party, «bo have gone out in the direction of Macquarie Barbour. Tasmania, under Mr. Goold* the Government Geologist. Sis Joan Yovxe bas just returned to Sydney from a visit to Norfolk Island. lr is officially annoartced that the Parliament of Ne« South Wale» «rill open on the 27th May. A letter has appeared ia the jLoodon. Daily Neum from the pen of Mr. Gold- wyn Smith, Professor of History in the Oxford University, boldly «drooatiog the absolute emancipation of all the colonies, a* a coarse which would be productiva of good result« both to the colonie* aad to Eugland. It bas beau «troagly ooen mente-i on by the Timm, and the ««attac- has been taken mp by a number of the English journals, the majority, it m and, being opposed to the views of Mr. Smith.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

TO COX&£SrOfi¡DEKTS. flatten tnUn^ <dtur «V enlunr» of tbe BCT «VHTV mut te«* the fíame «vi«*1 «ddr**« «f the wnntr »t. tartiwi« 4tH Qakowtaarily f *r iwbttetfoo, tat »hi « {«%r**ttat V Ki« trfwl IUUL Q«pal«»«1ai1f«1'll"« m at-J-Y tufafa flnas>niVaB.«ha*lcJ b« ?hört. «TMI«. «Mt ttafatt-tt* t>l pfaWlr «Mt M it». Ilrrv awnt*««ÙM«li«li toWñUtWa I« * feajpfelt asAVOtl, «MH. OQ .»..tat «I «IM ptafMT «MIT. *a»fca«M«tnr »fat«»« H ta (*> «ttatlnrtl*/ **«f- r»t**f*ri. tfa«g «va ta «a *»«y U*mti*V- UB«I arttto, clw a«AUa»awl« «Hjiattfr« i»/ itjiTwa^iAtianihA.

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BI-WEEKLY ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

HI-WEEKLY ISSUE. AttmtgematU «re nose being «narie far (at «Mae o/ tie BvuRni «a Wednesday* .ad Saturday*, to meet (Ac yrotcino re «a*we«s*Bis */ «at dutriet. JFWtktr «o <an* tpiti appear swoftry.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

C|e Jot hampton guIUiiii !?????? qimmL*MD AVVUitUUCM. BATCHDAY. MAY S. 1862; Vate« to the modern gold *.*, gold-pro ¿aoiag «HMtiiat «rare very generaU) esteemed poor «nantries-ituaoverîsbed by iba «»evitable operation of natara! Is«*, The hap-tuuurd twtnre of gold aMBing patawita, x «nat reasneably a« aajaaad, «aporiaduosd extravagant and tadklen habit« in the people, aad alatcfced ia other «cay« the deveropaient of «lover, bat more perrnaneut and cwrtain, aonroas «*T vceatth. There ¡e no .seat* that guldaitning «t one of the least pru£tauie of all <axctraU*on«; in étedthatc it «owe remua, to tjuestion «lalliir ihr errat itif htt'^ieg thti III« if» .aatal tCannjfcet, tSBOt «Mater «baa ita ?mitral ««la« Afnr indivttaab make «Waa profita, hat the «nany, «rho aw1 «jalyid ay «uti) laa «^rpsctatioa of w«wavry sMt," an dotaaaá to ttiaap g»«fr«M«. Cmwca,or «no4 lack, tnqtatij iahet the pria» which w de aied to n«raB««fti*g aad «KsLasractaJ ta dastty, and the laalfcy ^icaiarer, i...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1862 [FATTORIST AND CO., IRSWICH, QUEENSLAND]. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

8TOCK Aîîl> STATION CIP.CDLAft FOB THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1662 [F_.rro«wi *«» Co, IPSWICH, Qitxst.uic}. Brarroy«. -Inquines for large properties balf-«tauked *t>tl <f,ntmu» Hine the arrival of the January mill an- nouncing the improvement ia the wool mar- ket au 1 coofinumg tlie pre« -watton of peace, the market has boen more huojant and we have had several inquiile« from capitalist* desirous of luv «tine tu squatting pumitta. Should the improved «tate of the wool market and the preservation of peace con linne, a farther improvement may be looked for We bave to report the «ale of Sänne«, with «even block« of ooontrr, in the Leicfa bardt district (Ute property of Messrs. Cow per and **. George) tog-tber wrlb 18727 sheep at £1 p_r head, «totes etc., taken at a valuation Messrs. Andrews and Sheaffe «.-re tbe parchas.'«. (This is one of the station« mentioned in our January report a* Iaol I cubj-«t to approval) Several goo«! pastoral properties bave changed hands privaltdy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

TTIBE AÜSTRAtAStAN STEAM X MaWIOATIOV OOMPANTO itaUM "CLABBNCK" Will have Boekhempton for Gladstone, MtryfrCnQgh. and Brisbane, oa MONDAT May *, «ad afondar. May tt. A. 8. M. Co.»» Steamers. \tOnCE-All cargo haded from the iT Australasian Steam Navigation Com- peera «teamen, ««at ba taken chañe of ty the «oasigaees immediately on being landed, otherwise It «rill be carted off and atorad at thor risk and expense. ooeeaúHsad Steam Navigation Company. £N pnnaance of * reaolntion passed al a meeting of shareholders In aie «bore company, applications «rill be received for -fee addition») abana to be allotted hf Mesara. 8HAW, CAPPEB, * CO, Boc«. IbaUmptáM** JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. REFERRING to tie above advertise- ment, the pnblic ia informed that -coplea of the original prospectas and forms ^application for abare* can be had at our SHAW, CAPPEB, * CO. For Pott Denison. TBC "BEN BOLT" will sail TO-UOB110W (Sunday). For Freight or Passage apply to THUS. ?.EWAN, Blaster, or ¿{.BRECHT FEEZ...

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APPEALS AGAINST THE ASSESSMENT BATES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

APPEALS AGAINST THE ASSESS- MENT RATES. Petty Sessions were held on the 16th instant for the purpose of requiring appeals in re- ference to the assessment rates.   Before J. Jardine, Esq, P.M., W. J. Brown, Esq., and A. F. Wood, Esq., J' o P. Joseph Walters, section 22, assessed at £25; rate confirmed. P. D. Mansfield, section 45, allotment 9,   assessed at £200; to be assessed at £150. John Palmer, section 29, allotment 6, as- sessed at £120, to be assessed at £90. M. S. Randle, section 27, allotment 2, as- sessed at £100; rate confirmed.     J. E. Rutherford, section 46, allotment 1, assessed at £150; to be assessed at £120. Shaw, Capper, and Co., section 61, allot- ment 1, assessed at £400; rate confirmed.   A. F. Wood, section 29, allotment 4, as- sessed at £250. Application not to be assessed   until the building be finished, and the amount to be determined by the Council. A. F. Wood, section 46, allo...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

¿MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, ItoCKHAJtriO*. I A «TEErnco or the Mauicijial Council i was held on Thursday evening -Present ' | -The Mayor, aud Alderuieu Ward, i Rutheifonl and Grant Letters were read remonstrating against the fonnatiou of the tramway ' in Fitzroy-street, to the injury of the I adjoining property. The letters were ordered to lie ou the table until next meeting, in order to allow the Town Sar- . vevor to report «n the matter The following tenders were accepted : I I -That of P. White, for fencing in the cemetery at six shillings and f-urpence per rod.-That of Knoch White, for making the culvert «t the foot of Den ham-rtreet at three shillings per cubic yard.-Thai of A. Boag, for repairs and adJitions to Palmer's Wharf for £105. That of-Prendergast, for the forma- tion of Quay-street from Archer-street to Fitzroy street at two shillings and I threepence |*ei eulve yard.-That of R. ; Collins, for the formation of Fitzroy st. from East street to Quay-street at JtlO per chain It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

CATHOLIC CHURCH, ROCKHAMPTON. TWO CATHOLIC CLEBGTMK-V, Bev. }!<asrs. Scullf and thinic?. «a-- j pubd by the Ri£bt liev. Dr. Quinn. < atboiie j Hisbopof Brisbani-, «rill VlSll' Bock h am p-1 ton by tbe N EX V TKIP of the CLARES« U from Ilii-baiic. arriving at lioe-ktiaiuftem I about the 3rd MAY. and will remain for s j foitmirlit, to nlioil an opportunity to thi ? Catholic» of Rockhampton ot receiving r Î cious iiittiut-tion. uinl <>f sjiproactiiug the Holy Sacraments of their "Church. TENDERS mil be received til.! TUL'BBDAY the loth instant, at four . 1 pan, for fen<-ing in the loan Hal] Bescrve. j For particular* apply to { siam & BrnsET. Qnjij-Oreet i Bockhtmpfoa, May 2nd, 1862. Tendera. TENDERS «rill be received for tLe j A formation of WiUiam-atrre« from tbe «ud of Waite » contract to the jnatiiem of j the l)jw»on Bo*<l, . distance of 30 cliaiu«, more or lew, until IS o'durk on 1HUHH IIAV. loth May. For plan» and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 May 1862

. »OCkUAMPTOX j <f8n§Tf5aitoßal <£|}nrtií. ! fil HE Rae. 8. SAVAGE «rill (D.V.) | A- <«xm<teKt Divine Service ta the . TKaTPOBART C1ÎCBCH ' Ev»rySt*Vf) AT.Womina»«trleveno'clock. ! Eveninc* »' «-mi and on WEDNESDAY Eventi«* «t half-past «uren. The fe e^ny Sk-WJ I« open at ha]f-prt*t .rae «marita«*. «t*SUl«Hpk«t two afternoon». ^70TlCE.-All parties harbouring my » hired «erar*. II ABI A BOLLORAIÍ. a eaMdte-acMl parawa, «rlH be proeeeutrd as «b«l«w4ir«et*. , C. KtRCHSER. j rniou Buarding Hotaje ' To Squattera. .PHP. ADVERTISER, who has fed *- «everal yean' eaperh-nce in (he manttpe taint of Mellon«, te ,1, hinaus of çettmg a SITUATION. Fim-chu» Refrreirce «nd T««titnonlab.-Address 1. P, care -of Mr. WoraT-uM. Auctioneer, East-street. TO CARPBNTEB8. TENDERS WAJiTrB <Ube«r onlv) for the«aeatien of TWO *>TOKES and STABLES. Apply to JOHN WAHD. ItOBt or Stolen, A-CHEQUE on the Australian J.tnt Stock Bank, Svduey. an favour of «Tasa«...

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 10 May 1862

BÜUBS. The North AoatrelUo Jocker Chi» rakia win he atrfctly adeem] to. All ride» tomfpe«i ia JcckcTcoatnmii. All dog* bund oa tba «oam wiH ha eV atroye& . A .abacrîptioo o' three (elim* ta nalitv . for race*, with »he «gp^atioaof Sae« ItaMi for which »Mi«!»« Brill onallfy. AU enira»«o* aie u, ba aaade ajato.caaar addreaaed to th* Honorary S«*«tarj. }a» »ich. ou or before Toe*iay. ta*3Qtho*y at May »ext, aa^eaiaa eatoaaoa aeiraaaTia*» ' aod qtuliScatkws. Euuaace* for the Herta Aaatratiea Ra. Uáett. aMQe*«wUad XMal Statue aatjfea «a friday, th* foarth day of Antttaam. Partie*. ar« aartkajarl; itaoeaUrl to a aaa* their coloar* at the tiaae of «wtcaaca, a« a ABC of two cala*** «ach »Ul he rcxMtr a** -otra*** ft* a typ«, tba.Jajft ta »a»«al ^Ub**lk>wedtaenia* *. Wktaa- '««ar, leas two additional ealraaora, Wk** «al* i ta* (karani ere caa«««*, taw a4^ j ie*^taepran»ea»oB* n Mr«BM#antB*ar,« ;

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 10 May 1862

Mc kate*. sUltaaa. »kr Part Daolaaa I-ITI^* l'*"""'tW1g' *» Matjawaa* <0.r««L^.W*rt*»a,. lWat*<« ---afr. aaa tr«* thaw efctta. alto vaaâi

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 10 May 1862

SATURDAY. HAT 10. 18AS. T«e arrival of another mail from Brisbane j pUctit aa in possession of more punitive ! information with regard to tho vacation of their seats by Messrs. SSNDKMAK SJI.1 FLKstma, the members for tlie Port Cur- tis and West Moreton «doctórate* rcsjicc- ! lively. Tl lat thone gentlemen luve for- feited their right to their places in the Assembly, according to toa provision« <>f Uw Costitution. Act, there can be no question, and we await with much inte- rest the arrival of further intelligence as to how the matter is treated hy the House. We arc privately' informed that an effort will be made un the miubtteiial side to berke the question, or to get rid of it by a side wind ; bat it will be set- ting a very bsd example if the Ministry should connive at the virtual nullification rd* a legal statute, and we trust that the apprehensions of onr informant will pru ve to be groundless. When we aay that, if the members in question are permitted to retain the...

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SECOND DAY-WEDNESDAY JUNE 4. FIRST RACE. (To start at half pad 11 o' clock) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 10 May 1862

BECGSP DAT-WBDMSDAY JUHZ^aV. \ nur MASX. (Tm Wir*** **>/r** " rfrt**). Huants aaec at rHi! wesaiana. Thea» ?" times jnnwR theTSanree. Over aria* 1.^4 feel high Ca^rJ^l^, Of*a to all riders. Etriraoeaya** «ECOKD StSCB. ^ ^«w, Bscs Efjuu Kaccof Twenty Soasj^tfa** for all untrained horses. Weight j^St age. Hile heats over this« 1er fa, ? Jest ^»»_ 6 inches. Poet Entrance, £3. ^ mn BaCE. Qtraza's PLSTC of One Handrad flainajsj, apr all hones. Three in Uss, ose event. Btv trance, 2 sovereigns. Weights to be car- ried. Syn. Sst. labs. ; 3yra. Îst. «bi ; ayn. SA. »ba.; ôyra. l&aL; «yr» aaa aged, lúat. 411a. Mates asid gdiingi allowed alba. aocxrx saca. The Coanrraxaa Srastsa, of Fifty Poonda, arith a sweepstakes of three guiaiwa each, for the second boree ; tor all horses, the winner of the Maiden Plata ea- du led. Mile heats,carrying list. Te» be ridden by members of the Vorth Aus- tralian Joirkt-y Club. Entrance, £&. - Private malchi* to he «aa for oa thia dav. nm asea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 10 May 1862

We have received thc pnapitriu* of a ! QuiM-nslaiid Insurance Company, recently ¡ projected in Itrisluue, u-hich will be found reprinted in oar advei lisiiifr ' coliimiiK. lt }no|r»>ea tbe formation of a brandi in Ibis tonn, with * board ef1 director«, sud 1000 »hares «re to be re I served for allocation in tbe district of ! Rockhampton. A deputation is to be I appointed to visit nil the t-'wns of the colony, for tbe purjuise of giving infor- mation, receiving spplicatiniiK for abaros, forming branches, appointing agents, and arranutno, other mattere in connection with thc establÎKbmiiit of Ute proposed o»m]iauy. We reserve all comment on tlie project until tb« arrival hera of thc deputation.

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MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 10 May 1862

MANIFEST OF THC CLARENCE. From Brisbane i I asadle *c_ Andre««, j OW of Hutchinson, Hunter* CV t 2 tronk», McT*K*i,oar«of Palmer t » a*»«, I ck, S 1 4*an tarn,«» on, i nodi backet» 9), 1 jar taf jame, « hg« aaadriM, lt hg« «afar, Sbgaaalt, S «art Mam, CAJI S caa, S trotts, Wrntrr A Obvt * prcis, Satitlt * Barnet ; I br taner gooi^ P. Mitchell, 1 ca, Hilliard, Port Deni- son; Heather ca Mt uMtreewaU, Tatet ; 1 pml. Bah OJWrlnrC«loi»» Í 1 bd. 1 pkg aondnea, Janine; 1 cadrapery, 1 prc!, atck'eUigelt ¡ I aemsrnelpasss, POM: 1 ima kg weights, Kuh- nert leak phau, Wood ; lea». 1 ea, 3 bndls jasan, Spike; 1 esk altai*, Macartney and Marne, carr of Paton, Foster * Co. ; 1 bag seed«. Spike; t c* sbapery. Bandai, 1 abd, brandy, 10 me gtvWa, S hhd« air, John Ward ; . boam «oap, 1 te sundries, fluicruason, Hun- ter AOs.; 1 truss, Mr». Harley ; «cm, lient. Marrar 1 1 trass merrit«odiar. Hutchinson, Hartar* Go.: 1 dui, 2 \-di*t* tea, 1 < k por ter, 1 «c pipe*, 1 bs «oap, 7 gum; fags su...

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