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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

mm WHICH is INCOBPOBATBD THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1872. THE hope entertained throughout the colony that a prolonged deadlock would not oecur, seems doomed to disappoint- ment. Our latest telegram on the subject is not satisfactory. It states that the leading Opposition members waited upon the GTOVEBITOB on Tuesday with a memorial in justification of their conduct; but no satisfactory result appears to have come of it. And there is reason to conclude that his EXCELLENCY manifested little sympathy with the memorialists. He is said to have " received them badly," and to have " lectured them." This is probably true. As we argued on Tuesday, th ero is no apparent ground on which the GovEBNoa could interfere. lie must be guided strictly by law and precedent. He cannot dismiss his Ministers while they continue to enjoy the confidence of the Legislative Assembly, which they may fairly claim to do. The Opposition may allege that the PREMIER stands too much on his dignity, bu...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. Wednesday 5.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTEilllN ASSOCIATED FBfiSS TELEQBAH8. BRISBANE. Wednesday 6 65 p.m. IN th« Legislativo Assembly, no business was transaoted yesterday or to-day. The House is atill discussing the question of Supply. There is no Bign of compromiso, or change in the position of parties. A deputation, consisting of the leading mcmbera ot tlie Opposition, waited on his Excellency the Governor yesterday with a long memorial, purporting to show that the Oppo- sition are justiGod in the courao taken by them to compel tho Redistribution of Electorates before granting Supply for the whole of tho current year, and that any inconvenience arising from the deadlock is duo to the demands of Mr. Palmer, which thc memorialista stigmatise as unreasonable. The Governor has not yet made an official reply. A great public meeting waa held in the Town Hall laat night to support the Opposition in their present course. Mr. John Douglas was the principal speaker. The Brat resolution passed affirmed t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITALS. MAT lt.-Egmont, s.s., 309 tons, Captain Durran, from Townsville, Bowen, and Maokny. Passengers-Mrs. Coudoll, Master Condolí, Misses Hamilton (!), Mn. 1'niton, Messrs. Jt'Intyre, Troltoiio, Fulton, B,. Geddes, Vf". Mann, TV. O. Hodgkinson, Dr. Callaghan, and flriy-oiio In ibo steerage May 16.-bady Bowen, e., 425 Urns, Captain Cottier, from Brtsbano, Maryborough, and Gladstone Passel). . gnu- Miss firftfttff, Bar. J. Carson, Mosers. Nugent W. Brown, J. Rondali, D. F. Johnston, Jamos Burns, Richardson, Thomas Morrow, II. J. flt. John, ll. V. Barker, and six in the steerage. DEPASTURES. M*y II.-Mary Anne, schooner, Captain Buller, for Bustard Bay. Hay H.-Queensland, e., 288 tons, Captain Smith, tor Gladstone, Bundaberg, Maryborough, and Brisbane. Passengers-Mrs. 0. J. Graham, Messrs. C. J. Graham, ? fM.L.A,), lt. Baynes, VT. G. Caporn, and about eight in tho steorage. : May 15.-Egmont, aa., 309 tons, Captain Durren, for Maryborough and Sydney, with throu...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

ENGLISH SHIPPING. ' Tuera are no arrivals from Queensland re- ported either in the Some News or European Mail, and the only doparture has been that of tl» Woodville, SCI tons, Captain Lawrence, vvhiob vessel left Liverpool for Brisbane on the ?27th Februar;, and according to the Some News, put into Falmouth, March 16, vrith con siäerable damage to bow, decks started, and ibretopsail yard, jib-boom, cathead, Ac, carried away, having been in collision with en iron barque, name unknown, on March 12. tfhe Ramsey, from London, for Brisbane, passed tho Wight on February 22, and landed pilot. Tbs following vessels were loading at London for Brisbane ':-Corinth, Tnduo, Marleben, Star Q«e»B, endyWinnifred. .' ¡ Official nottoe {says (he Pori Venison Times) bas been received by the Sub-collector of Customs pf the. laying on of the ship Humboldt, j Captain M«¡rer, til tons register, at Hamburgh for this part. She was to leave in all April, and | may bc expected here early in July. Wa be- lieve...

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MANIFESIS. INWAERDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

MANIFESIS. IKWAEDS. May 14.-Egmont, g.t., from Townsville, Bowen, and Mackay. From Townsville : 3 : boxes gold (2646or. 2dwts. 10 gr«.), Bank Kew . South Wales; 4 boxes (8666ot. 12dwts.4grt.), gold, A. J. 6. Bunk. From Bowen : 1 parcel gold (183 oas. 17 dwis. 13 gre.), A.J.S. Bank j 1 ease apecimens, 10 bales wool, Warry and Marsh ; 1 bale wool, 1 bale ekinB, 34 hides, 1 calks tallow, IO bales wool, A.J.8. Bank. From Maokay: 1 bag ginger, Wurry and Marsh. May 15.-Lady Bowen, s. From Brisbane : 1 truiB, 2 trunks boots, care of Barker; 10 hogsheads ale, Brodoitz; 10 boxes raisins, 6 cases galvanized iron, 20 oases kerosene, 3 tons rock salt, J. Headrick and Co. ; 100 bundles wire, care of Thomson; 1 trues, A. W. S. Smith ; 10 bags maize, Order ; 1 parcel, A. J. " Richardson; 1 waggonette, C. B. Shaw; 1 trunk, Gordon and Davis, care of R. Davie and Co.; 6 oases drapery, Isles, Finney, and Co. ; 1 parcel, Halberataedter ; 1 case kerosene, 1 parcel perfumery, Lauderdale ; 1 hdl. lot of s...

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

mPOVNDINOS. ROCKHAMPTON.-From Woodend Paddock, on 10th Ma;, 1872, bj Mr. W. Belfield:-Yellow and, white cow, branded WB off riba, willi \ strawberry bull calf at foot. Tetlow strawberry cow, WB off ribs, with red and white heifer calf nt foot. Straw- berry cow, WB off ribs, off ear marked. If not released will be sold 6th June, 1872,-GEO. BADNAUD, Foundkecprr. BANANA.-From Glenmoral, on May 10,1872, by order of W.Scott, Esq. Driving, 8s. each i Bay draught horse, star, small white patch off ribs, two hind feet white, branded H over II nrar shoulder, like illegible brand off ribs. Bay draught mare, star, branded like C4 over like O w near shoulder. Bay draught horse, email star, near fore fetlock white, branded like WS blotched near shoulder. Bay maro, email star, branded like >-=J (crossed) near shoulder, triangle near thigh. Horse foal at foot unbranded. Dark iron groy filly, illegible brands near shoulder, bangtail. If not released will be sold 15th June, 1B72. B. M'LEOD, Pound...

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QUEENSLAND. PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS TO SIR DANIEL COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

QUEENSLAND. ( PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS IO SIB DANIEL COOPED. AK address,, numerously signed, from the squatters of Northern Queensland, was presented to Sir Daniel Cooper on March 7. The address, of which the following is a copy, is beautifully engrossed on vellum, and embellished with haudsome scrolls : To SIB DANIEL COOPED, BAUT. Sir,-We, the undersigned wool growers of North Queenslaud, haye regarded with attention and gratitude your unceasing advocacy of the pastoral interests of Australia; and we lay before you this inadequate but sincero expression of our thanks for. four generous and gratuitous service. Wp can be but partly aware of the great difficulties you bave had to encounter, but from tho reports of the Pastoral Association of New South Wales we eau gather that they have not beeu few. We eau well understand that your l.ask must nave required the courage ana patience so essential to him who dares to attack what you justly call vested interests. Io the concessions yöu h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

JOSEPE MAZZINI -The death baa just been announced, st Vita, Of thia celebrated Italian patriot. Ho waa under seventy jenn of age, ont «ot very modi, the date Of Ina birth being varioiuly repreaented aa 1806,1808» and 1809. He waa born at Genoa, where bia father waa a phyalciàn. Hia long and troubled career forma oouiinimportant part of the biatory of the lost hàTf .oeptury. He. retained bia Republican vieira ¡to the ilaety Ind wai believed by someto be meditating on an attack apon the preaent monarchical inatitutiona of Italy when death overtook bim. A Bonan telegram «aya that the newe of bia death wea received in the capital with sorrow which waa. not con6nod to the members of bia political party.

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ADELAIDE. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

ADELAIDE. Wednesday Evening. A Government despatch from the telegraph part; «tates that rain has delayed operations, j but they hope to hare thc home express running early in August, and only 150 mQca to finish. WE beor that tba Bishop of Sydney bas eent the offer of an appointment to the Bor. Jamos Gilbertson, in case of his loaring Rockhampton. .MAILS per "lady Bowon," for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane, close at tho Rock- hampton Post Office on Saturday at 6 p.m. for registered letters, and on Sunday at 8 p m. for ordinary letters and newspapers. TUE only business in the Police Court since, our last, was the charge of' Indécent assault preferred against John Hourigan yesterday. Mr. Milford appeared for tba prosecution, and Mr. Melbourne for the defence. The case occupied all day till four o'clock, when it closed, Ur. Beddek, the sitting magistrate, remanding the prisoner until to-day, when he will be duly committed for trial. Tns monthly licensing meeting iras held in the C...

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THE AMERICAN REPLY TO THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

THE AMERICAN REPLY TO THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT. THE White Star Company's steamer "Baltic," which left New York on March 2, reached Liverpool on March 12, without calline at Queenstown. She brought the reply of the American Government to the note of the English Government on the Alabama claims. The New York Times publishes the following despatch : - " Washington, March 1.-The American reply to Earl Granville's note was fully and finally agreed upon in Cabinet meeting to-day, and waB forwarded to-night so as to take Saturday's steamer from New Tork. It it is perfectly safe to say, from what is known of its contents, that its reception by the English Cabinet will not be the cause of war. On the con- trary, so far as the tone of the reply is concerned, it is not only1 eminently pacific, but it is very suggestive by pointing out a way of escape by which the British Government can avoid its present unpleasant dilemma» Much regret and some surprise are expressed in the reply that England sho...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

PAULIdMEXTARY. THE Brisbane Courier to the 11th instant is to band. The Parliamentary notre has boen antici- pated by telegraph. We give below a brief abstract of the proceedings : Tuesday, Man FINANCIAL SEPARATION. After acme formal business, Mr. King moved, -r^Tbat there be laid upon the table of this Honso, a return allowing the land revenue of each of the financial districts (which the bill introduced by the Premier on Tuesday, 23rd April, will oréate), in each year einoo Separation up to «1st December, 18711 classifying the receipts, also, under tbe heads of Pastora) rente and assessments, purchase of land, aud teasing and conditional purchases under the Acts of 1866 and 1868." Tho motion was put and passed. spri'Ly. On th« motten Of Ur. Bell the Souse went into Committee of Supply. Ur. Stephens did not risa for tho purpose of objecting to the House going into Supply, if tho object of the Government was to take Supply for two months, in order to prevent any incon- venience to t...

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THE GAUGE OF THE FUTURE. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

THE GAUGE OF THE FUTURE. (COinHTNICiltD.) Ts the Bulletin of the 30th ultimo, I observe with regret that the railways of Northern Queensland are in great danger of being deprived of a part of their use- fulness, and also a portion of their economy, by a foolish and inconsiderate rage for the redaction of gauge. Some other countries, such as Victoria, have through ignorance and a mistake made their gauge too wide, and now are in a fever for reduction, wishing to amend the error, yet are afraid to approach it ; but Queensland ought not to be affected with the contagion, for no mistake bas been made in the gauge of our railways. Mr. Spooner, Engineer of the Festiniog Ballway, the father of the affection, has told us that his much vaunted uarrow (jauge is a mistake, and recommends a wider gauge, although fae dare not extend his ideas to the full width, being such a departure from his own line. The Indian Commission being such o high authority, of course muBt be run after by men who cann...

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MR. C. J. GRAHAM, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

MB. O. J. GRAHAM, M.Tj.A. SHOETtr bpforo noon on Tuesday, several electors of Rockhampton and Port Oartis, including Messrs. H. M. Hunter, E. P. Livermore, V. Macintosh, W. H. Buzacott, \V. G. Caporn, W. Thomson, C. H. Buzacott, H. Milford, and G. B. Slier? (Mr. 8. Hinton, of Springsure, being also present by invitation) waited upon Mr. Graham, the newly elected member- for Çlerjuont, at the Leichhardt Hotel. Tho chief object of the deputation was to ask Mr. Graham's support to the petition now in course of signaturein Rockhampton, praying the House to vbte tuppliea for .1878 before considering the Redistribution Bill, and thus put an end to the deadbolt. Captain Hunter was chosen as spokesman, and having introduced the deputa- tion, eaid that the gentlemen present wore desirous of learning whether Mr. Graham would giro bis «apport to the petition. Mr. GBIHAM eaid he was glad to meet the gentlemen present, as electora of a northern constituency whoso interests were in moat reapeotB ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

SRIPPISCr IKTELLieiiXCE, ARRIVAL May 16 ---Boomerang, s.s. 446 tons, Captain Lake, from 1 Sydney on the 11th instant. Passengers ---Mrs. Dickin- son, Miss Hamunitt, Messrs. R.N. Bell, C. Kilgour,     Chevitt, MacKay, Nixon, Brown, Hon. H.deB. Devereux,   and ten in the steerage.

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

NEILSON & LYNDE, WHOLESALE GBOCEBS ABD GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANTS, EDWABD STREET, BRISBANE. STEWART & LUCAS, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL IMPORTEES or DRAPERY & CLOTHING, EAST STEEET, liocciLAurioK i FLIHDER'S-STREET, TOWNSVILLE ¡ CrpEB CAMP, RAVENSWOOD. MB. GEO. F. MITCHELL, TEACHES OF THE PIANOFORTE & HARMONIUM. Pianofortes thoroughly Tuned on the first principles. Communication» addressed to Criterion Hotel, EocVhsmpton. JOHN A. TÜENEB, WOOLBROKER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT. I I BER AL ADVANCES on the clip " of Uie ensuing season ¡ also on Wool, Sheepskine, 1'nllow, Hides, tuc-, consigned to bim for eale or shipment. Office« : 171, Pitt street, Sydney ; Wool Stores, Circular' Quay (Lute Irwin aud Turner.) CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT OF 1868. PORT CURTIS DISTRICT IT is hereby notified for public in -*- formation that the Commiseioner of Crown Lands for the District of Fort Curtis, under the Crown Lund« Alicnution Act of 1868, will hold Sittings in purauauco of ...

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

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN . STEAM (NAVIGATION pCOltPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For. SYDNEY DIREOT.-Steamer on or about Wednetday next. For GIiADSTOKB, MARYBOROUGH, and «BIBB AWE.- " lady Bowen," on Honda; Morning at 7 «'«lock, st Greatly Beduocd Fans. For HOBTHEBN PORTS.-"Tinonee," on or about Saturday next. F. Ii. BARKER, Agent. BookhamptOD, Hay 16, ISIS, " ni^GKBIBD," AND 13 «tOBÖ A8HXBY," , STEAMSHIPS; " -'^trj^^L-^jf aVffXfftPPK'gff1. OlAt)SW»arBBI8BAWB, and SYDNEY, OD or^abotpt Saturday, May 18. "Lord Ainley," for SYDNEY tia MARY- ! BOROUGH «nd Brisbane, on or about Mon- day May 20,187Î. At "Greatly Bedmeed Fara and Freighit, B, M. HUNTER & CO., Agenta. 8TE4M TO SYDNEY & MELBOURNE. THE-" BLACKBIRD," ! e.«, 1000 tone, .Captain J. Torranoe, «rill «ail on br about | _ 8ATUBDAY, 18tb inatant. FreigbU to Sydney-Wool, ,per bale, 7a. 6d. Fares at Bedooed Balsa. ' R. M. HUNTER A CO; Agente. LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE CUFFES ÏA8SENGEH «HIPS. .-¿1». fflHE wdl-...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. (Home News, March 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

GENERAL SUMMARY. (Rome Sews, Varch 7,2.) ON Ibo Thursday after tho Thanks- giving Day «o outrage was committed Against our beloved Sovereign. The act and tho'perpetrator were both so con- temptible that, ofter tho momentary indignation felt by all that a royal lady should bara ¿teen subjected to annoy- ance'Ibero Vas little sensation on the subject. An Irish youth named O'Connor, engaged in an oilman's house in the Borough, followed tbe Queen's earrisge .««vit ¿rove into tbe gate of Buckingham Palace, and going round to Her Majesty's side, presented a pistol. He was instanty'seised and secured, the Queen preserving the utmost presence of mind. The weapon was proved to be entirely harmless, being an old flint pistol without a flint, and more- over bbl to be loaded. His insane idea was to induce the Queen to sign a pardon for the Fenian prisoners. Detaih are elsewhere given, but they bave not much interest. He bas been committed for trial, of course, and it will be seen whether be has...

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LIBEL ON LADY TWISS. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

LIBEL OS LADY TWISS. {Eotne Kent.) r _ . Os Maren 2, Lady Twiss 'appeared at Southwark Police Court in support of a charge of libel brought by herself and her husband, Sir Travers Twiss, against I Alexander Chaffers, a «olicitor. The j libel charged is contained in a statutory declaration made by the détendant at Bow-street last yéïryin which he asserts that Lady Twiss ie'a native'of'Belgium ; that her name before marriage was Marie Geiss ; that she lived in London for several years at various addresses named, and Was a parson of notoriously immoral character ; that the 3efe53nnt met her in Regent-street in' 1859, and Upcompahied her.to her" lodgings, iii Ppper Berkeley-Btrept, where |ie stayed some time, 'and ' ßvpntua\Ily gave {(er a sovereign ; t,bat he subsequently passed whola nights in hor .company , many times ; that her conduct was notoriously bad . even , for the class to which she belonged, and that she was in con- sequence called to order at the Holborn Casino; finally, t...

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

StW For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments Tor Situations, fcc., please eoe Front Page. *PHE BULLETIN Summary of NewB ?*- for transmisaion by tho Monthly Suez Mail, it published erery fourth Saturday, and poste) to any address in the colonies on prepay ment of 6s. per annum ¡ to Great Britain, tia Southampton, at 6s. per annum ¡ and via Brindisi at Ss. per annum. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE. POEMS of APPLICATION in the terms of tho Elections Act of 1872, are now ON SALB at the Bulletin Office. Frioe Sd. each, with a considerable reduction when roquired in large numbers. BJSS* These forma include the " declaration," without which no application can ho received. VICTORIA LIFE and GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY, New Pitt street, Sydney.-LIFK INSURANCES affected on most favourable terms, and when 'combined with guarantee, at VE«Y REDUCED SAXES. Guarantee Policies issued to «ll Deportment« of the Government Service. Agenta at Rockhampton MESSES. JOHN HEADRIOE & 00. SO...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 May 1872

SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. The wool eales to-day show that the prices are unaltered. The Martinitos held a meeting yesternight to1 endeavour to oppose Ur. Parkes' re-election. At a eale of Newstead ingot tin to-day, £149 per ton was realised. The Government intend immediately re-open- ing négociations with Victoria in reference to the Border Duties. Building materials are advancing. Ebel has been sentenced lo death at Albury. Qe made a full confession of attempted poisoning. Sailed for Brisbane: "City of Brisbane."

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