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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

MELBOURNE. Monday. Statistic! published by tba Government show a largo eurplUB of wlieat this season over lost year's crop. Other cereals have also yielded veil.

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

MANIFESTS. IWABDS. Moy 18.-Tinonee, s.s, from Mackay ! 4 qnnrtcr-cneks treacle, 8. Part ¡ 1 caco, H. Boed ; 3 CFS fruit, Keeley ; 35 bales woo), 3 hogsheads tallow, 22 hides, 48 hogsheads rum, 73 tons eugar, A. S. N. Co. Moy 19.-Blackbird, s.s. From Melbourne : 1 wood plough, 1 curth scoop, 1 package handles, 1 elmcklc, 1 tank, 15 chests tea, 1 wool press, 3. Hendrick and Co. ¡ 8 coils rope, Bell and Gardner; 30 half-chcste tea, 20 drums oil, B. M. Hunter and Co. ; 20 chests 26 half-chests tea, W. Reid and Co. ; 1 case castings, 3 whim hows, 3 whim wheels, 1 horse, G. Fairbairn ; 1 package opium, Leong Yek ¡ 1 cask silicate eodn, B. Levinger. From Sydney : 40 cases wine, R. M. Hunter end Co.; 10 hales hay, .TL. lj. Dibdin j 1 roll lead, 1 buggy, A. Grant ; 3 bags bacon, $*. Barnett ; 24 bars 5 bundles iron, 1 case saddlery, A. W. 8. Smith ; 3 boxes tin, 1 cask ironmongery, 3 cases bath-bricke, 1- bnndlo broome, 1 oase hetohet«, \V. F. Welton ; 12 bales woolpacks, 3. Headrick and Co....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

THE BULLETIN Summary of News for transmission bf thc Monthly Suez Mail, ie published every fourth Saturday, and poste j to any address in the colonies on prepay- ment of 6s. per annum ; to Great Britain, via Southampton, nt 6s. per annum ; and eta Brindisi at 8s. per annum. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE. O0RM8 of APPLICATION iii tbe a- torms of the Elections Act of 1872, aro noir ON SáLK st the Bulletin Office. Price 3d. each, with a considerable reduction when required in large numbers. 83T These Corms include the "declaration," without which no application can be received. TWENTY FER CENT. REDUCTION IN PRICES I J. W. WILDER'S " STUDIO." NEW IMPROVEMENTS IN LIGHTING, PRODUCING THE MOST BEAUTI- FUL "REMBRANDT" EFFECTS. j KECENT improvements I'D Sun Printing, mad« bj MB. WILDKB, enable j him to produce the eame FiBar-CLísa raoTo- | GB&FHS aa formerly, at GREATLY RE- j DCCKD PRICES. ! Duplicates only ls. Each I TEEMS CASH- IN ADVANCE ! J. W. WILDER, QUAY & DENHAM STREETS. THE DIVAN...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. TB* following notifications appear in Saturday woek's Gazette . APiOrSTltENlB.-W. B. Prizeman, James Hawthorne, end James Worthington, to be trustees Tor the Baeeooursa Reserve nt Glad- stone ; William Aplin, Ii. F. Sachs, and Joseph Fletcher, to be trustees of the land reservo for a Library and School of Arte at Townsville. Mu.vrcirALmr OF CLERMONT AND COPPER- FIELD.-This municipslity is separated into two municipalities, named Clermont sud Copperfield respectively, and a description of the boundaries of each ia published. DlSEiSES IN SHEEP ACT OF 18B7.-Tho sheep-owners in tho district* of Burke and Ken- nedy having failed to elect directors for the current year, the following gentlemen have been appointed:-Burke district: Edward Palmer, Canobie ; Samuel B. Walker, Sorghum Downs ; Martin Hetzer, Norman ; Francis R. Nash, Combridgs Downs ; James Gibson, Saxby River.--Kennedy District: James Hall Scott, Ross Hall i John Graham M'Donald, Adelaide Point; Willi.m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

A. "W. 8. SMITH, CENTKAL STORES, EUT-STBBET. W. DUFFIELD tc OO.'S ADELAIDE FLOUE AGENCY. Agent for Mutual Life Association of Australasia. A. M'LEOD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, IUD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS PRINCE OF WALKS BUILDING .CLEBHOHI. NEW MARKET STORE, (OOBNBB OF MABKBT HEBEEVE), EAST & WILLIAM 8TEBETS, BOOKHAM PTO N. MESSES. R. WALKER & CO. LONDON & COLONIAL SEED WAEEHOUSEMEN, IMPORTERS, ABD GENERAL OUTFITTERS. KW ALKEE beg« to return his sin . eera thanks to the public of Rockhampton and surrounding district for the liberal patron- age bestowed on him for the last nine jeers, when in the late firm of WALKES and LEIGH, and solicits a continuance of that sup- port to the firm of WALKER &. CO. B. W. haring just returned from the southern markets, where be has purchased a LARGE & ENTIRELY NEW STOCK or OENERAL MERCHANDISE For cash, is in a position to supply a good article st aa reasonable a price as any other respectable ...

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THE ZIEMAN MURDER CASE. (Courier's Telegrams). Toowoomba, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

THE ZIEMAN MURDER CASE. (Courier's Telegrams). Toowoomba, Moy 14. At the Specie! Assize to-day, in the trial of Painel Colline for tho murder of Simon Ztc man, the Judge summed up in a masterly manner. He concluded at a quarter-past 3, and the jury retirrd to consider their verdict. After en absenos of thirty-five minutes, they returned with a verdict of Guilty. On being asked by tho Clerk of Arraigns if he had anything to eay why sentence of death should not be pasBed upon him, Collins put his foot on the seat and attempted to jump over the dock, evidently with the object of escaping. He was ot once seized by the police, but he struggled eo violently that it took six policemen to hold him in the dock while sentence of death was passed upon bim. The sentence is to be carried into effect in Brisbane Gaol. , May 16, Collins hat confessed, before the Polios Magistrate, that he waylaid Zieman at Gunde Gunda Creek, on the afternoon of the 21st No- vember, and, presenting n pistol et him,...

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(Mackay Mercury, May 18.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

(Mackay Mercury, May 18.) That the Opposition members are going beyond proper bounds to the detriment of their own political reputation, and also delaying the urgent work of beneficial legislation by adopting obstructive tactics in the House, we verily believe; and, if we are not mistaken in our       estimate of the relative attitude of each con- tending faction in the Assembly, they are most to blame for bringing about the existing dead- lock. If Mr. Palmer shifts from the rightful   stand he occupies, and accepts the humiliating overtures of his opponents, he and his colleagues will merit the contempt of all sober-minded persons, and, to use his own words in the House on a recent occasion, richly deserve, along with his partizans, to "be hunted from office and     never be allowod to return there again." We observe by our Rockhampton telegram that a petition from that town is to be laid before the Assem...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AimiYAlS. MAY 1*.-Ladv Bowen, schooner. Watson, mader, from Calliope Saw Mills, with 40QQ feel hardwood and 10,000 shinnies. May 18.-Tinonee, s.n., 202 tons, Captain Hirst, from Jlowcn, Mockfiy, and St. Luwrcuwi. TasRenRcrs Mn. Boll nnd two children, Miss Dunno, Messrs, C. Koelv, M. Haynes, and ten In Ibo steerage. May Ifi.-Blackbird, s.s., 1000 tons, Captain To min co, from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Gladstone. EfiManjEere-lira. M'Dorraott, Mrs. Ottley, Mn. Balun, and servant, Mn». Cadden and Infant, Miss Dunlop and forvant, Messrs. W. Cooper, Fegus, F. G. Newbold, H. T. Launders, Skelton, H. W. Gaytcr, J. A. Birkbeck, Harvey, Captain Labbett, Captain Townley, Master Townley, and twenty-five in tuc steerage. May 19.-Lord Ashley, B.I., 400 tons, Captain Bristowe, from Townsville, Bowen, and, Mackay. Passengers for Rockhampton-Mt. E. J. Robinson, and four In the steerage. FOT Southern Forts-Mn. P. UUhou and child, Mrs. Walton, Miss 0. Cooke, Miss Cosgrove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

Shipping Announcenionts. Tor SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Balclutha," on or «boat Thanda; next. For GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, and BRISBANE. - " Queensland," on or .boat Tuesday next. For BROADSOUND, MACKAY, AND BOWEN.-"Tinonee," on Wedneeda; Horning, at 8 o'clock. For BOWEN, and TOWNSVILLE. "Jame« Paterson," 2t hours after orri roi. "Blackbird," for MELBOURNE, via GLADSTONE, BRI8BANF, and SYDNEY, This (Tuesday) Eren'mg, ot Eight o'clock. "lord Ashley," from 8YDNRY for QUEENSLAND FORTS, on or ubout Friday, Moy 81. At Greatly Sedated Fara and Freights, B: M. HUNTER & CO., Agf nt«. "BLACKBIRD," AND «-» " LORD ASHLEY," .STEAMSHIPS. STEAM TO SYDNEY & MELBOURNE. THB~« BLACKBIRD," j «.t., 1000 lom, Copiait) J. | k Torrance, viii aail THIS (Tura _, day) EVENING, ot Eight j o'clock. Freight* to Sydor;-Wool, per bale, 7B. 8d. lares at Reduced Ratea. R. M. HUNTER & CO., Agenta. SCHOONER "CIRCE," TS NOW LOADING at I -L SYDNEY, and will SAIL | K-for Rockhampton next week, r - J. PALMER...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

%\t ^ocMjam^tott §ttílettn, vim WHICH is INCORPOIUTKÖ THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1872. TnE only excuso given by tho Oppo- sition for obstructing tho Supplies is, that " threo-fourtlis of tho population, and the whole of tbe Press, aro against the Government." We deny the truth of this statement. The real fact of the matter is that about three-fourths of the population are neutral in the quarrel. Out of a total of 120,101, no less than 77,079 or two-thirds of the whole, are debarred from political rights by reason I of age or sex. Of the 43,025 adults remaining,-nearly all of whom are entitled to registration as voters-there are also a considerable number who have really no political opinions at all. We believe that a fair estimate of neu- tral adult males is 10,000, or nearly one-fourth of the whole, leaving a balance of 33,025 persons in tho colony to pronounce upon the present issue between the Government and the Opposition. Will Mr. LILLET tell us that of these 33,0...

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WILLIAM CHARLES WENTWORTH. (From the S. M. Herald, May 6) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 May 1872

WILLIAM 0HARLE8 WENIWOBTH. (From the S. M. HeraU, May 6J AMONGST the items of recent news received from Kngland by tho Suez mail, and transmitted to us by the agency of the electric telegraph from Adelaide on Saturday, is a notice of the decease of William Charles Wentworth who died at Mcrleigh House, Win bourne, in Dorsetshire, on the 20th of March, at the advanced age of eighty years. This distinguished orator and statesman is considered to have been a native of this colony, having been born, about the year 1792, at Norfolk Island, when it was (as it is at present) a free settlement, and one of the dependencies of New South Wales. His father, Darcy Wentworth, an Irishman by birth, was for many years at the head of the medical staff of the colony, and towards the close of bis life held the office of Principal Superintendent of Police. Some obscurity seems to hang over the youthful career of young Wentworth, jbut it would seem that he resided with his father in this colony until he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

CALENDAS. MAT. Scania ... ... «.«7 loot SO K.m. I0.B3 ll.« moon, nao 11.65 . Oîî 0.48 ... :.. 1.13 158 ,. ... , ... . ï.t 230 27 .- . . 2.6 3.21 . Tho rite of tide In Keppel Bay varlet from 8ft. to "iii., and at tho Timer FliUfrom Sft.to lOf... Depth or water aA the Upper ]fiafc*in the old. or natural channel, at low water springs, lft. Sin; nighest springs, lift, ein. Kew catting at low water springs, (¡rt.; tn highett ?pungi, 15ft.-The Unie of high water ia slightly In floesoed by freshets and high vinos. t The tide« reach their full at the Pilot Station, Keppel Bagr.th.aom, eai&u, and at BooUuunpton 30m. later baa tba Hours named In the shove table.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

IMPOUNDINOS. BOCKQAMTTON.-From Woodend Paddock, on 10th May, 1872, by Mr. W. Belfield ¡-Yellow and white cow, branded WB off ribs, with etrawberry bull calf at foot. Yellow etrawberry cow, WB o(T riba, with red end white heifer calf at foot. Straw- berry cow, WB off rib», off ear marked. If not released will be sold 6th June, 1872.-GEO. BAnNABD, Poundkecper. BANANA.-From Glenmoral, on May 10,1872, by order of W. Scott, Esq. Driving, 8s. each : Bay draught horse, star, small white patch off ribs, two bind feet white, branded n over ll near shoulder, like illegible brand off ribs. Bay draught mare, star, branded like 04 orer like O H noar shoulder. Bay draught horse, small star, near fore fetlock white, branded like WS blotched near shoulder. Bay marc, small etar, branded like ^ J (crossed) near shoulder, triangle near thigh. Horse foal at foot unbranded. Dark iron grey filly, illegible brands near shoulder, bang tail. If not released will be sold 15th June, 1872. B. M'LEOD, Poundkeep...

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THE NEW GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

THE NEW GOVERNOR OP NEW SOUTH WALES. TOE following brief biographical sketch of Sir Hercules Robinson is given by " Anglo-Australian " :-" As my readers in New South Wales are doubtless aware, Sir Hercules Robinson, the new I Governor, is an Irishman, and that ho should be recruiting in bis native land prior to taking that long journey which is before him before be can enter upon his arduous duties will strike them as being a very natural and proper thing to do. Sir Hercules has the reputation of being an impulsive, far-seemg, and I hard-working man. Like all his country i mon, he is impatient of restraint, and thus it often happened, I believe, that during his seven years' Governorship of Ceylon bo had to act on his own con- victions, as opposed in some cases, perhaps, to those of tho ' magnates ' of the island. All, however, are forced to confess that he fearlessly and conscien- tiously did his best, according to bis light and gifts, for the welfare of the colony. Indeed, I have s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

TEOLLoïBrnomi.-« ¿Egles," 5» the Ais ir alaman, Bays:-"For years I have been of opinion that Victoria wu tba most prosperous of ali the Australian colonies. In one respect I find vre must tate a back seat. There are two colonies ahead of us in the value of their exports per head of population. In a Queensland journal (just now severely afftioted with Trollope phobia) there is the following comparison which may be new to others besides the writer: 'Queensland exports per head of population per annum £22, Now Zealand £19, Victoria £18, New South Wales £16, South Australia £16, Western Australia £8, Tasmania £610s.' So that we haven't our own way in everything, and must not bo over saucy." BAHKEBS' DISCIPLINE.-The bank clerks resi- dent on the New South Wales goldfields having been forbidden by their directors to hold mining shares, a correspondent of the Gulgong Guardian thus chaffs tho unhappy Bufferers :-What dis agreeable old buffers those bank directors are ; they won't let the yo...

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REVIEW. (From the Athen[?]um.) In Quest of Coolies. By JAMES L. A. HOPE. (King and Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

REVIEW. (From the Athenäum.) I In Quest of Coolies. By JAKES h. A. Hon. (Kine and Co.) TiTE question about the treatment of South Sea Islanders,-which was started by Captain Palmer, was forced upon our attention by the murder of Bishop Patteson, and is now before Parliament. -gives a temporary importance to this little book. Mr. Hope, however, bas merits of bis own, and bis lively and clever sketches deserve to make their way without any such assistance. It is true that the book scarcely touches on the existence of thoBe kidnapping {iracticcB which Captain Palmer tried BO lard to suppress, but we can well understand, from Mr. Hone's account of the pressure put upon the islanders, that emigration has not always been a matter of choice. The provisions of i the Act passed by the Queensland ! Government in 18G8 have probably put I a Btop to the most flagrant abuses of the former system, but its memory must still survive, and on some of the ¡Blands visited by Mr. Hope a good deal of susp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

CALENDAR. HAY. n.47 10.12 ,\ [asa ft.m. «n^3 li.i fhoru lfllB.Tull moon.lUJIO 11.65 QUCCD Victoria .0.22 0.48 ,.' . 1.13 1.38 . . 2.4 2-10 .' .2.8 3.Î1 * Tho rlio or tldo In Keppel Bay ratio from 9tt. to 14ft., and atlYio Vppor Plat»from fift.to 10ft. Depth or iratorat the Upper Flat-In tho old or natural channel, at low water apliega, lft,6ln; highest springs, lift, Oin. Koa cutting at low water sprtags, crt.; In highett ?pringa, Kit.-Tba time ot Web water la slightly in- fluenced br freshets and high winds. t Tho tldosrearh their fallal «io Mot Station, Keppel Bay, 2h. 40ra. oarltjr, an** at Boolchamptoa 30m. later han the hours named In the above table.

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A VICTORIAN OPINION UPON THE MINISTERIAL RAILWAY POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

A VICTORIAN OPINION UPON THE MINISTERIAL RAILWAY POLICY. THE Australasian, ia a leading article upon the Governor's Speech delivered at tho opening of the Queensland Par- liament last month, says on the subject of Railway Extension,-The fair and practical manner in which the"matter is treated is in pleasing contrast to the inflated and unbusinesslike style of dealing with it to which we have become accustomed bere. In the event of a loan being sanctioned by Parliament for this purpose, it is the intention of the Queensland Ministry " to include in it certain sums in proportion to the revenue derived from districts which will not bo benefited by railway exten- sion, to bo expended in local improve- ments in these districts." The prin- ciple on which this intention is founded is, undoubtedly, an equitable one, and although wo admit it is practically impossible to distribute expenditure over a country in such a manner that each part of it may receive the exact amount to which it is ent...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

WITïTwHÏCH 18 INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OB SSS VER. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1872. AT tho risk of tiring Don-political readers, we recur again to the Elections Act of 1872. lu times like these, when the legislature meets to quarrel and not to dispatch business, there VB not much encouragement in attempting to work out the details of Responsible Govern- ment. A considerable section of the people repose their confidence in blind guides, who aro entirely above any such mean services AB expounding the laws under which we live, and whose sole mission it apparently is to cast abuse upon the powers that be. The new Elections Act is a measure effecting important changes in the franchise, in the mode of registration, and in the manner of conducting elections ; yet those persons who at election times pro- claim themselves from tho stump the special friends of the "poor man," now make no sign ; while we, who have been stigmatised as the enemies of the "people," are com- pelled to iterate and reitera...

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FIGHT BETWEEN A COBRA AND A MONGOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872

FIGHT BETWEEN A COBBA AND A MONGOOSE. TUE following interesting account is contributed to S'attire by Mr. Jî. Bead, of Balnapuro, Ceylon : Tho snnko waa a largo cobra, 4 feet JO inches in length-tho most formi able cobra I bave Been, lie was turned into an enclosod outer room or verandah, about 20 feet by 12 feet, and at once coiled himself up, with bead erect about 10 or 12 inches from the ground, and began to hies loudly. The mongoose was a small on,e of its kind, very tame and quiet, but exceedingly active. Whon the mongoose was put into the rectangle, it seemed scarcely to notice the cobra ; but the latter on the contrary, appeared at once to recognise its enemy. It became excited, and no longer seemed to pay any attention to the bystanders, but kept constantly looking at the mon- goose. The mongoose began to go round and round tho enclosure, occasionally venturing up to tho cobra, apparently quite unconcerned. Some eggs being laid on the ground it rolled them near the cobra, an...

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