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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 May 1872

GENE HAL SUMMARY. London, March 23. The Australian February mail was delivered un the 18th March. Professor Strong has been appointed to the chair of the Melbourne uni- versity. Tho publicity given to the attempt of the Commissioners of Sewers to seize the condemned cans of Australian meat has seriously prejudiced eales. Mr. Macarthur will move au address to the Queen, affirming the expediency of establishing a protectorate over Fiji. Kesponsible Government has been offered to the people at the Cape of Good Hope, and declined. A great meeting has been held at Oxford to honour the memory of Bishop Pattesnu. The meeting pledged itself to carry out the Melanesian mission with increased earnestness. The report of the Medora Commis- sion gives general satisfaction. Thomas Taylor, who was about to return to Now South Wales haB beeu drowned in tbe London Docks. Mr. Baillie Cochrane, in referring to the necessity of increased communica- tion with Australia, advocated the Cape Route. Mr. Mon...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 May 1872

C3T For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments >or situations, Seo., please see Front Page. THE BULLETIN Summary of News for transmission by the Monthly Suez Mail, ie published every fourth Saturday, and postal to any address in the colonies on prepay- ment of Ss. per annum s to Great Britain, via Southampton, at 6s. per annum ¡ and cia Brindisi at Ss. per annum. SAWN HARDWOOD. THE undoreiRtied is Agent for the Sale of Timber sawn at Gracemere Mills. Timber in stock and orders received. WM. THOMSON. Quay-street, 1st March, 1872. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN ROBERTS, GUNMAKER, V the "MANTON" of the Colony, has removed from East-street to William-street opposite Mulligan's Stores. WOOIi, TALLOW, BIDES, SHEEPSKINS. TUE Undersigned ie a Cash Pur chaser of the above, or Isa wilt make liberal advances on Borne if consigned through him for Bale in the London, Sydney, or Brisbane markets. GEO. B. SHAW, Rockhampton. Mr. HENEY HU ET, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST...

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The Rockhampot Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

WITH WHICH « XHCOftPOJUTJU) THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER* FRIDAY, MAY IO, 1872. HB. C. J. OsABiii, M.L.A., arrived by the train yesterday from Clermont, and leaves an j Tuesday next for Brisbane, «here his presence, i es a northern member, is muon required. I THE usual fortnightly meeting of the Muni- cipal Council was held yesterday afternoon. The proceedings did not terminate till nearly seven o'clock, and we therefore reserve our report till ta morrow.

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CALENDAR. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

; CALENDAR. i o lijtxounii. i ii* H M ,| 11-51 018 I MÍ o-ss lui . Tba ri» of Udo lo Keppel Bay Tari» from en. to air,, and at the roper Flatt from Sit. to ion,- TMptï or irater at tho Upper Flat-in the old or aatural channel, it low «ter tprlaga. Itt. «la ¡ highett aprlogi,11ft. 61a. Kev cutting at low water epilog?, aft.: lu tugboat ?prugi, 16ft.-Tho time or high water lt tllgtatly In- fluenced by treibet* and high winda. t Tho I Mei reach taelr tull at tin Pilot Station, Eeppel j Bay, th, «m. eariur, and u Bookbamptsa 30m. later luin the hoon named lo the abort table.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

COUUEBdAL. THE Balclutha, e.g., bringa Sydney files ' to May 3. The Herald reports : The inquiry for gold-Dining abarra is as aotive . - M eyer, and a larg» business was transacted to- day (Hay £). In bank stock there wss very - little done. Ne» South Wales bare risen to 43 oom dir. Commercial told at last quotation. Australasian Steam lost 6s. of the recant im- provement, ead cloted at IS. Pacific Inturance at «Ss. The raine ol Peak Downs Copper hst now reached a higher point than before the late temporary depression i a good aÍEed ptioel WM takes at 6}, and smaller sales made at 6. Boolboonda brought 23t., and Drummond St. 6d. The catalogue of wool submitted at auction thia aftsmoon (May 1) by Messrs. Mort sod Co. contained only about 200 bales. Amongst: them -allere were only a few lota worthy of notice, and lat theta competition wat active; priori were mora tavonrsWe to Tendon, and on sheepskins tat adrsnoe wal about a half-penny per lb. Quotations io the import market continue ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

Tb* Balclutha, M., left Sydney on Saturday, tba 4th instant, st 1 p.m. i arrived at Mary borough onToeadajr, at 1 p.m.; letton Wed. nesdsy at 10 a.m., and arrived at Rockhampton OD Thursday, at 1 p.m., bering been detained (bree boura in tbs Fitiroy awaiting tide. 8be brun only Sydney cargo. Tho Lord Ashley, «lt., armed in Keppel Bay yesterdsy at 10-20 a.m., with a large punt in to«. The l. Hary returned to port yesternight, fran the wreck of the Bannah Broomfield. Tba ai. Egmont, from Roc1 bampton, and Tinonee, from Mickey, arrived at Bowen during Wednesday night. ' The Lady Bowan, a., left Maryborough for Brisbane at 10 K.m. yesterday. Iba s.s. Egmont left Bowen for Townsville at IMO a.m. yesterday. Tbs Queensland, t., left Maryborough naterday for Bundaberg, Gladstone, and Rock- hampton. The Blackbird, a.*., left Sydney for Brisbane, Gtadstoas, and Rockhampton, on Wednesday.

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

MANIFESTS. nrwAEDS. Ma;fl.-Bildutha, tu. From Sydney: 2 ouea macearon!, S cub biscuit», 4 boxea L. ñuta, 1 box dates, 1 bag (ungot, 24 ba« potatoes, 1 box f andris*, 26 bags guano, 2 baskets cabbage*, fi boxet My, X cue esed«, Wing Wab and Co. ; 6 qr.-casks brandy, 1 cate piokler, 1 case peat, 1 oatt oatmeal, 1 keg barley, 10 boxes soap, 2 bags meal, 60 esses kerosene, 2 cases berringa, 1 oats a. powder», 1 casa chutney, S boxes pipet, W. F. Walton and Co. ¡ 1 cate cheeta, S bags bacon, H. Beed and Co.; 1 bag faa aalt, 6 boxes tea, 2 bundles X&BM tabina, J drams caustic, 1 bundle hind 1st, 1 bundle buckets, 1 nest tubs, 2 cases boots, 1 package brooms, S packagerthorels, 1 package spades, £ tierce» earthenware, 1 oats, , .-i . %i <#.?*». awfttl i'WWrMa"jims, 6 bales wool- packs, B. Brodnitz | { q uarter-tio rest tobacco, 1 roll lead, 1 ease glass, J. Headriok and Co. ; SO lagspotatoes, B. Dari» and Co. ; 19 oases fruit, 3. W. Smith i 65 bags potatoes, 20 bags oats...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

CALENDAR. MAY. MBUORANDA. [MOON'S AOI Mon ...I 13 * Tlie rino of title In Keppol Bav varie* from 9ft. tn 40., and At the Timor Fl UH fn.m fifi, lo SOR. Depth or water at the Uppnr Flat -In tho old or natural channel. ntloiv«-atcr«prir.ff«.irt.6in; highest springs,11ft. flin. Sew cuttiuff at lo» waler spring», Crt; lu highett .priiiBB, 15ft.-Thc timo of Mci) water ls alight,)* .n fluoneaA hy froshets and high winds. t Tho (Idenroach their full at the Pilot Button, Keppel liny, 2h. 40m. earlwr, and at Rockhampton 30m. later s namoi In the nhnvo tablo.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

sBEPearo INTELLIQENCB. MBXV*X. MAT e.-Balelutua, sj., 272 toni, Caputo Weir, (rom trôner vis HIT? boru ufrh, Faatennm-MMIRI. J. Allison, J. T. Bsekerlejr, Cáptala Baut, and SO In the steerage.

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The Rockhampot Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

Cíjclochijamptoit Mietin, WITH WHICH IS IHCOEPOBâTED THB G LADS TO NE O B SERVE R. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1872. TrrE pressure of othor exciting topics has prevented our giving earlier con- sideration to that ostensible bone of contention, the Redistribution Bill. We say ostensible, because anyone who has watched the course of public affairs for tho past two or three years, must perceive that the important question of Redistribution is not considered a matter of life and death urgency, either by the Opposition or the constituencies they represent. It is true that redis- tribution has for years past been demanded by the northern constituen- cies, as a measure of simple justice; but the impression is that the members representing the southern constituencies hare hitherto desired to block legislation on this question. We feel, as we have ever felt, that redistribution is a matter of great importance ; but it is not of such urgency as to necessitate a with- holding of supplies by the Assembly,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

WHY is a «ickle like aa avereiou ?-Beoaufo it goes aeatnBt tile crain. WHEN Californian rainers imbibe titer cull it " putting in a blnst." A SEKTtMENTaL young barber says the best of friends must pari-their hair. THE following qucBtion is now being discussed liffore the Uunglown Debating Society :-" Can a big man ache harder than n little one ?" AK old lady thinks tho Bonds must bc a family of strong religious instinct*, because che hean of to many of them being converted.

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MANIFESTS. OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

MANIFKSI'S. OUTWABDS. Moy 7--Egmont, ».B., for Mackay, Bowen, and Townsville : 20 hage meal, 3. Palmer on1 Co. ; 1 parcel, Cottier ; 1 package, Stewart ant) Lucas. May 7.--Lady Dowen, p., for Gladstone, Brisbane, and Sydney. For Brisbane: 1 ¿-caek whiskey, A. 8. Ñ. Company ; 1 casa ice, Caporn and Beckerleg ; 2 chests* toa, F. L. Barker ; 1 buggy, 2 horses, Reeve ; I parcel silver, Bank N.8. Wales. For Gladstone : 1 pair dray boxes, Bell and Gardner; 1 parcel drapery, Budden | 1 parcel, Stewart and Lucas ¡ 1 parcel, Kingel. For Sydney : 87 cases meat, 60 hides, 20 bales skins, BBrkelman and Co. ; 10 baleB wool, J. Palmer and Oo. ; 26 bales wool, J. Stevcuaou and Co. The steamers Egmont and Lady Bowen left Rockhampton, on Tuesday morning last-the former for Mackay,' Bowen, Bnd Townsville, and the latter for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane. The Lady Bowen, e., arrived at GludBtono on Tuesday at 7-30 p.m., and left an hour after- wards for Maryborough and Brisbane. Tile Kginont, s...

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FINANCIAL RE-ADJUSTMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

FINANCtAL RE-ADJÜ3TMENT BILL. Mn. PALMED, said that in moving for leave to introduce this bill to re-adjust tlie financial arrangements of the colony he would follow the same course that he pursued at the commencement of the session, by explaining the priuciples of the measure on the occasion of tho Erst reading. Hon. members would see, when they got the bill in their hands, that it-was a different measure from that be introduced three sessions ago, and he boped that it would be found to be a very much better bill. Considerable trouble had been taken with it in order to get it into such a shape that it would prove as much use as possible to the colony, and be thought that in no way could it bo of greater use than in showing the different districts the state of their finances, especially as the question of railway extension was ready to occupy considerable attention in tho House during the present session. In the bill which be previously intro- duced he proposed that commissioners sh...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

MELBOURNE. Wednesday. IParliament oponed on Tuesday. Ur. Franois moved an amendment on the Address, which, . judging from the tone o' the discussion now ' proceeding, is likely to he carried. Several IMinisterialists will vote against Mr. Duffy on the education question.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

ANOTHIB AHTIPODE»N.-In tile courge of a few months (soys the Melbourne Herald) we ?ball be honoured witb a professional visit from one of England's great litterateur). A late advioe from London states as follows:-Mr. George Augustus Sola .is under contract willi one of the most prominent of the London jour- nalists to visit fha Australian colonies and New Zealand, and tb furnish periodically a series of papers on " Our Antipodes." During his visit he intends to deliver a aeries of lectures in his most popular style, At present the idea is that fae «ball leave England at the commencement of next winter (November perhaps), and to extend bis travels for the space of one year. From another source information is gleaned that in consequence of ill health, during the last few winters, Mr. Christopher Fond, of the well-known firm of Spiers end Pond, intends to pass the next winter in a short visit to Melbourne. If such should be the case, a hearty welcome from all Australians would greet a ...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. CLERMONT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTBALIAH ASSOCIATED PEESS TELKHUK8. CLERMONT. Wednesday. Mn. OBAIIAU, M'.TJ.A., leff hero by tho Rock- hampton mail coach tatt Sunday morning.

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WOMEN'S DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

WOMEN'S DRESS. TEE question of roe regulation of women's dress is occupying at present a good" deal of attention m more quarters than one. Many women are feeling that it is high time something was done to modify the excesses and the extrava- gances into which female costume has run ; and at the same time they hardly know how to begin to work. Besides, women as a rule have a detestation of singularity, and, in order to avoid even the appearance of, that many of them are lea into an outward acquiescence with fashions, of the folly of which they are inwardly persuaded. The institution of such an association as the Women's Dress Association may help Borne ladies who by themselves would hardly have courage to say that they refused to adopt any new extrava- gance of costume. The association propagates no Quixotic ideas as to adopting a sameness of dress, and desires as much to avoid that singularity of dresB which reBults from being wholly out of the fashion as that which ia the fruit af ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

SYDNEY. Wedneiday evening. In tbe Legislative Assembly to-day, Sir James Martin gave notice of a motion to give Sir William Wentworth a publio funeral on arrival of tho body from England. Mr. Forster bas asked time to form a Ministry, and has been granted till Friday. He is not likely to succeed. Two more war vessels have been ordored to join the Australian squadron. In the import market, prices are still tending upward«. Peak Downs Copper shares are slightly weaker, but there is a great demand for tin shares.

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EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIMENTS ON STEAM BOILERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIMENTS ON STEAM BOILERS. PERHAPS (says an American journal) the most interesting and important experiments, relating to the explosion of steam boilers, that were ever attempted were commenced on Wednesday, November 22,1871, by Ur. Francis B. Stephens, under the authority of the United Railroad Companies of New Jersey. At the suggestion and by the advice of Mr. Stephens, that Corpora* tion generously and philanthropically appropriated the sum of ten thousand dollars to be expended by bim in experi- mental investigation of the causes and of the subject generally of boiler explosions. Mr. Stephens collected nine boilers, and, after testing by hydrostatic pressure, several times to the point of rupture, each time repairing them, be finally set them up on the United States reservation at Sandy Hook-by per- mission of the Secretary of War-with .the object of actually exploding thomby steam, and thus observing, if possible, the conditions «f explosions and with the. inte...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday, 5.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 May 1872

BRISBANE. Wedncidny, 6-50 p.m. The political situition rennins unchanged. Yesterday (Tuesday) the fióme sst lill nine o'clock, discussing a motion that the Speaker do leave the chair, and th* Home go into Com- mittee of Supply. The debate was then adjourned. To-day, «hen the House met, the motion was renewed, and allowed to be carried without debate. After two divisions had been taken, Mr. Palmer said it was useless to waste time in that way, and the Government would therefore move the adjournment of tbe House until the next day. Mr. BELL then moved that tbs Committee of Supply sit again on Tuesday next, which having been carried. Mr. t>n,t>ET suggested that as there were three clear days left before tbe consideration of Supply came on, the Government might go on with the Redistribution Bill jn the meantime. At this stage the Ministerial supporters left the House, which was counted out shortly after four o'clock.

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