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SYDNEY. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

SYDNEY. Monda; evening. Th p. Prim» of Wain Theatre, 8ydney, iras completely burnt dawn on Saturday. Thc walls of the building, in falling in, crushed nine ad- joining houses. Fire parsons wore injured, two of whom have since died. The names of the persons Ulled are Coates, who died in the hospital, and Jost Vaughan, in inquest into ths cause of the fire has been commenced and adjourned. A publie meeting in aid of tho sufferers is intended. There is great excitement at. Albury against the Border Customs. A popular disturbance is feared should the négociations with Victoria be stopped. There bas been fire days' rain tn the Tenter- field district, and it has boon BO continuous that the crops ere almost ruined. At Camden, a man named Boyd stabbed Mr. Stewart, storekeeper, through tho heart. Boyd then committed suicide. A monster meeting wes hold to-day, the Mayor presiding, at which it waa resolved to tako measures to relievo the distress caused by tho lat« Wednesday. fire. lrnbability...

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CUSTOMS.—ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

CUSTOMS.-ROCKHAMPTON. REVENUE roceircd at tho Castoras, Rockhamp- ton, during the Toar 1871 : S e. d. Brandy. ' ... 14,388 1 C All other Spirits, Cordials, or Strong Waters . 6,458 14 ll 'Wino . 2,542 4 10 Methylated Spirit« . 10 0 0 Alo, Boer, Porter, Cider, Perry, end Vinegar-in wood ... 628 6 0 Jin. do. -do.-in bottle... 1,042 ll 6 Oils-Mineral, &c. 639 16 0 Tobacco and Snuff . 7,300 10 0 Cigars . 373 7 10 Opium. 1,050 1 3 Tea .... 3,457 19 6 Coffee, Chicory, Cocoa, and Chocolate . 337 4 6 Butter ... . 286 15 8 Oioosc, Bacon, Dams, and Hops 318 0 7 Biscuits, Maizena, Arrowroot, Jams, Jollies, Dried Fruits, and Candles. 912 13 4 Sugar-Refined. 63 IO 0 Baw . 859 8 5 Molasses. 792 Soap . ll 2 6 Bice, Oatmeal, and Moizoraoal... 215 3 6 Salt ... ," . 799 18 " Potatoes, Onions, Hay, and Chaff. 420 17 10 Coals . 83 6 6 Wheat, Barley, Maize, Oats, sud Malt. 307 17 9 Bran and Pollard . 120 19 8 Bottled Fruits and Pioklos ... 113 0 10 Bottled Mustard . 17 6 5 Ad ralorem . 7,920 16 ...

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

AD KL AIDE. WorlnradflT. Ur. Darwcnt'e estate ehowt'£51,000 dufi oiency.

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ETHERIDGE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

ETHERIDGE RIVER. Tm correspondent of the Brisbane Courier, writing from Georgetown,. Etheridge River, under date December 4, «onda the follovring interesting information : The days here are 'generally hot at this time ¡ ' the température, I should imagine, being scarcely under 100 in the afternoon. Generally every evening a storm sets in from the south or south- east, with plenty of thunder and lightning, and sometimes rain-this state of the elements being such as generally precedes and ushers in the wet season. At the junction of the Etheridge and Dolaney, close to the township, are two trees bearing the initials, in characters fifteen inches long, LE and L over E, wi'.h the Government broad arrow over each. The marks are sufficient!* old in appearance to suggest their being Leichhardt'«, the letters being the first two of his name, but I am not aware that that distinguished explorer ever used the broad arrow, or marked his trees otherwise than L or LL. If not Loichhardt'e whose or...

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CLERMONT AND COPPERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

CLERMONT AND COPPERFIELD. WELL-SINKING and fencing is being rapidly pro- ceeded with on Retro station. Three wells have already been sunk as deep os was possible with a windlass, an ample supply of water being found at about thirty to forty feet below the surface. In one well the water rushed up through a drill hole, the well-sinker having to bolt out of the shaft with all speed, and filled the well to within twelve feet of the sur- face. Notwithstanding the incessant arrival of drays, numbera of which pass the door of this office daily, we hear the squatters find great difficulty in getting away their wool. On the Belyando shearing has been delayed on one station on this account, and there doos not appear to be any probability of the difficulty being immediately overcome. Even on stations on the Broadsound road the wool leaves slowly, most of the teamsters being under contract to take copper. Those who got their shearing over early had far less difficulty in getting the wool away. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

BIRTHS. On the 24th ultimo, at her residence, Stoneleigh, Mrs. Livermore, of a daughter.   On the 25th ultimo, at her residence, Stanwell, Mrs. James Chapple, of a daughter.   ALLEN.-On the 7th instant, at her residence, Wil-   liam-street, Mrs. John K. Allen, of a son—still-born. MARRIAGE.   CULVERHOUSE—BROWN.—On the 25th ultimo, at   Rockhampton, by Rev. C. Wiles, Frederick, son of Mr.   Vincent Culverhouse, chemist, Croydon, Surrey, to Eliza, daughter of Mr. Joseph Brown, of Rockhampton. DEATHS. At Sebastopol Hotel, on 31st ultimo, George Henry Warner, in his 40th year. Deeply regretted. On the 31st ultimo, Thomas Murray, the youngest son of Andrew Bertram, of Woodburn, aged one year and eleven months.

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BRISBANE. Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

BRI&IMNE. Wednesday, 7'45 p.m. When thc House mctto-doy, Mr. Unley moved its adjournment la again call attention" tn the political situation He «aid tho Opposition could, not accent the redistribution proposed in the Electoral Districts Bill. lithe Government vfould take baok thnir bill and introduce another measure for redistribution throughout the colony, the Opposition would consider it. Mr. Palmor said the Government would consider the proposal, and promised a reply neit Tuesday; in the meantime non-political I business to bo proceeded nilli. The Colonial Treasurer then moved the second reading nf tho Bill to Eeduee tho Interest paid bv the 8aviugs Bnnk on eural Bbove £200. After discussion the House divided on tho motion, which was carried by 20 ayes to 7 noes.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

AusTEALüN MOITON.-The following letter appears in tho Souih Hants Chronicle of 17th October last:-"Sir,-Your very appetising article laBt week on thc subject of Australian beef and mutton, induced my wife to try the experiment of an Australian dinner in England. We purchased a four pound can of the preserved mutton referred to, and cooked it aooording to the directions given by you. When the (an was opened wo found the .moat firm and good, and quito fit to cat without any further cooking, surrounded with a Goo jellied gravy. A portion of the contente was put into a largo saucepan^ to this was added two large carrots, four largo turnips, a Spanish onion, a chive of garlic, and pepper and ealt. After stewing a proper time, the contenta wero served for dinner, and I can only say wo had many more expensive dinners, but wc nercr bad a better dinner in our lives. Seven of us made OUP meal from it. Tlie second day another portion was mado into a pie, to which a sheep's melt was added, and ...

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NOTES OF TRAVEL. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

NOTES OF TRAVEL. [fJOlTHÜNICATED.] Two Illing« Btriko one who lina boen lons immured in town on taking a trip through our hack country. First, 11 Our Undeveloped Rosourcoa ;" and secondly, " Our Wanta." With regard to " our undeveloped reaourcCB" -to Boy nothing of our hardly half-stocked runs and our largo areas of aa good agricultural land as is in Australia, and consequently as is any- where-wo havo mineral resources fit to enrich any country. Our gold-fields hare been but partially tested, and in hardly any caso hos thora boon a fair trial of any of our reefs, In ono caso our copper has had a fair trial, and tho result has been almost unprecedented. Tho Company that hes worked tho Coppor ' field Iodo deserves tho gratitude of tho country, os well as tho high dividends nt present accruing to thom. (Tho dividond of tho drat six months months of '71 was 30 per cent ; in a fow days something Uko 40 per cent will be doclarod for the lost six months of '71.) They deservethese dividend...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

CORRESPONDENCE. To TUE EDITOB OP THE BULLETIN. SIB,-I oak leave to call attention again 'ta tho nant of suitable foot bridges. Dndor tbo new regime we aro worse off than before. There used to bc useful foot bridges in Fitzroy-streot, non they aro removed and a pretentious culvert placed across the road which carries olí about one-fourth of the flood waters, thc rest running over the road knee deep, besides banking up over the fiat. Thc great want is a few plankB placed at tho crossing of each street -, but the authorities wont do such n eimplo (hing, and aro trying expensive experiments which cvory resident can testify are too small for thc purpose of carrying off etorm waters. I sm, Sir, &c, TBÍi.-6-iiAIN-niurN-iiN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER has been awarded Two Gold Medals for its superiority over all others. Maxes Bread Pastry, Puddings,* etc., light and wholesome To be had of all Storekeepers. GILBERT, ETHERIDGE, AND WESTERN CREEK GOLD-FIELDS. ^HARLES JEKKTN Cate Editor of ^ the Mining Boord, N.S.W.), AUCTIONEER, MINING 8HABEBBOKEB, AND NEWS, ADVERTISING, MINING, A KC I GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, GBOBOETOWH, ElBmUDOE BrrEB. Mining . Information from tho Etheridge, Western Creek, Cloncurry, and every part of tile Gilbert Gold-fields, furnished to parties at a distance. Agent for the Rockhampton Bulletin and all the leading papers io the colonies. THE ROCKHAMPTON LABOUB MART AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, Opposite the Leichhardt Hotel, Denham-street. DTEMPLE will Lave great pleasure . in supplying every description of Labour for Town or Country. Gentlemen residing in the interior or town eau be supplied with Immi- grants direct from the barracks, by foi warding their authority to thisoffioei and every....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

WM. HÖPENS' COMBINATION SUBSIRIFTIONS FOB THE 0OUNTBT ONLY. Mutt be Paid in Aâancc. FerQutcr. Tor Annum QtmENBLAHDEIl, with tho> l)t. -r. Bockhampton Bulletin f 16 m' ow STOKKY MAIL, with Bock-") ... . j hampton Bulletin ... j1"6* 60*' TOW» AH» OODHTEjr, with Î , -, Boekhampton Bulletin) 11 T" 0Di AoSTBâiisiAK, with Bock-),, gá E2t hampton Bulletin ... i " ' . Bookhampton, November, lil. v IRON-Bar;4íóx»p,^SboeÍ/^ri¿toaf îlain «nd Corrugated. BELL & GARDNER. LOCKS, NAILS, HINGES, and General Baildon' Ironmonger; and Tools. BELL & GARDNER. OILS. - Point and Lubricating. WINDOW GLASS and PAINTS. BELL & GABUNER. LEATHER and GRINDERY, and Shoomaknre' Furnishings. BELL lc. GARDNER. CROCKERY, Cut and Plain GLASS- WARE. BELL & GARDNER. WHOLESALE AND BETATX General Sc Furnishing Ironmongers, ROOKHIJÍPTOW. OIT SALE, AT THE STOKES OP L B R E 0 H T pEEZ Brandies Hum Geneva Whiskey Old Tom Wines Schnapps Eummel Bitters Bottled Alo Bottled Porter Bulk Ale-Maria...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

LOCAL ITEMS. THE heavy portions of the crushing machine, in course of removal from Bonnie Doon to Cawarral, crossed the Rockhampton Ferry on 3rd inst, en route for the site of the old Cawarral   Company's machine at Helena Reef, Cawarral township. Miners interested in the reefs of that locality will now be able to carry on operations again—the machine in course of erection being a very good one. We hope that this move will lead to the establishment of a permanent reefing interest at Cawarral. A LETTER from Cania, dated 11th instant, states :—" A rush took place in the flat at this township to-day, a party of diggers having bottomed on two feet of washdirt which realised about 1½ dwts. of nice shotty gold to six buckets of dirt. The ground is dry, although the creek is running within a few yards of the shaft. Application has been made to the Com- missioner for a prospecting claim. No one else had bottomed up to time of the mail leaving." THE Lake's Creek Meat-Preserving ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

-T 1 THE English outgoing moil will close at tits " Post-oluce, Rockhampton, on or about Tuesday next. t ^ Owma to tho inclomoncy of the weather '. yesterday, the telegram published this morning did not reach us until near midnight. TUB Ber. Afr. Oarsop girts notioo of his ' return from tho country and of the resumption of services in the Presbyterian Church to-mor- row. Ur. Carson reports (hst when ho was ot Springsure a fortnight ago there was a great!' scarcity of grass, owing to tho sparse rainfsl (¡it I some time previously. Between Springsure and Retreat Creole, and on the Nogoa, there'was a similar scarcity, and tho recent rains mast have been weloome indeed in those localities. Al' Copperfield, and on tbe Peak Bowns generally, tho season appeared to haye been a very good one, there being abundance of gran and water everywhere. On his way from Peak Downs,; Mr. Carson mot with rain every day, and found the roads in a very sloppy condition. Middle- ton's bog, n few miles this s...

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SYDNEY. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

SYDNEY. Friday «Toning. lt the produce salee to-dov, hides and tallow fetched higher prices. Sugars are weaker. Wyndham and Glennie, Sydney exhibitors, took tbe first prizes at tho Adelaide wool show. The steamer "Waimea" is ashore off the Bichmond Heads. later Auckland papers state that the steam- ship " Nebraska" comas here for mails.

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WRECK OF THE WHALING BARQUE JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

WBECK OF THE WHALING BARQUE . JAPAN. SOME mouthe cinco tho report of tho lom of this whaling barque (in tlio Arctic), belonging to Melbourne, which sailed from that port 5th March, 1870, WOB rcccircd from San Francisco, and oleo* that the captain and a portion of his crew bad boen eared, they haring made across the land to a place named Poverty Bay, where they got on board a schooner. From the Hawaiian Qazeile of tho 16th November, it would appear that others of tlio crew of the barque liavo been rescued, and ono of the ship's company hos boen supplied thc following par- ticulars of the IOBB :-After a prosperous cruise, we called at New Zealand, thoro to refit for a voyage to tho Arotio Ocean, and for that purposo lay in tho Bay of Islands, whnro, tran- shipping our oil, we remained till tho 9th of March, 1871. Wo sighted the first icc on thc 28th of April, and after capturing ten whales we squared our yards for the south. On the morning of tho 8th October a strong galo of wind spru...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

LOCAL ITEM8. WITDDÍ tho lut month tho ßockhatnpton telegraph office has been raised to thc dignity of the " repeating etalion " for the whole of the Central and Northern Queensland business. Thia change imposes a large amount af additional work upon the operator', and a junior assistant, Ur. Cecil, hes consequently boen transferred from Toowoomba to this town. Another instrument has also been sent up from Brisbane. AN inquest was held on Monday afternoon, by Mr. Wm. Townley, P.M., touohing the death of an inmate of the f.unntio Reception Houso Anna Gaits, an Irishwoman, and wife of a German. Deceased was 'admitted on tbo 1st instant, suffering at the time from groat mental .nd nervous incitement. A collapse afterwards took place, tho patient gradually sank, and died on Tuesday night, at ten o'clook. The déposi- tions were ordered to be forwarded to the Attorney-General. Wa learn from the Maryborough Chronicle that the residence of Mr. Meiklejohn, near Maryborough, has boen destroyed...

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THE AUSTRALIAN EOLIPSE EXPEDITION. (Abridged from the Special Correspondence of the Argus.) Sydney, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 January 1872

THE AUSTRALIAN ECLIPSE EX- PEDITION. (Abridged from the Special Correspondence of Ute Argue.) 8ydnev, Deoember 26. MB. ELLÏET, the leader ot tho expedition, had got the whole of bia party en board the eteam ehip " Governor Çlackall,'1 by 4 o'elook OB the afternoon of Monday, the 27th November. The Heads were cleared at 6 o'clock, and before sun- down we had fairly entered upon dur journey northward of 1600 miles down the eastern coast of the Australian continent. The Governor Blackall, which had been lent for the occasion by the Queensland Government, on condition that she was insured and docked before and after the voyage, is a capital sea-boat of 330 tons register, and she is as conveniently fitted, as her site will admit of. She was built in Sydney at an original coat of £18,000, to carry mails in opposition to the Australasian Steam Navigation Company ¡ but she is now no longer used for that purpose, and the Queensland Government is anxious to disposa of her. Lieutenant Cow- lan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

EX " ROYAL BANlî.' By I lie above vessel STEWART & LUCAS ru VE LANDKD EXPRESSLY FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRADIS TWENTY-ONE PACKAGES OP NEW GOODS, A« under : Turo Cae« deals' Franck Cambric Regatta ShirtB Ono Case Fane; Printed TwccdJBIiirU Two Cases Extra SlroDg Moleskin Ono Case Wbite Huckaback and Turkey Towels One Bale 88 inch Forfar» Titree Cases Gent's Fashionable Fane; Tweed and Drab Felt Hats, comprising Mottled Felt Cambridge Drab and Block Elcho Drab and Black Aerated Brindisi Boys' Felt Paragons Boys' Tweod Paragons Men's Tweed Paragons Gents' Tweod Alpines Aerated Sofar Oxford (All these are Kew Shapes, and Marked very Low, commencing from 3«.) One Csu Manchester Stripe Prints One Case Hoyle's White Ground Prints One Case Printed Muslins One Case Ladies' Fashionable Hats One Oase Men's and Boys' French, Felt Hats One Bale Blue and Grey Blankets Two Oases Fancy Saxony and Astrican Bilga Ono Bale Blue Serge Shirts Two Cosos Horrocks's Long Cloths. STEWART & LUCAS, ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

rjíPOVKDisas. SriHNGSUEE-From Echo Hill?, on the 14t)i December, 1S71, by order of R. Keid, Esq. ; dririug, 9s. per bead :-Grey boree, branded il Over T near (boulder. Bay mare, branded like Fi? ob" elioulder, 3 near cheek. Chestnut marr, branded t£ over W alf shoulder, 3 near cheek. -If uot released will lie sold un 25th January, 1672.-Sf. C. TUOUBON, Pouudkceper.

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