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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AtrerEALÜN ASSOCIATED MEES TÏLÎOfiiliB. BRISBANE. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. THE Governor sont hie reply to tho memorial of the Opposition to Hr. Lille; on Saturday. The reply ia very strongly worded, takes the side of the Ministry with great warmth, and justices their eourss in every particular. It has caused a strong feeling against the Governor hore. Mr. Graham made his first speech in the House cf Assembly yesterday, and crested a favourable impression. He said Mr. Palmer had assured him he would devote two days to Supply and two days to Bedistribution, alter- nately, until bath were passed. To-day, when the House met, Messrs. Hem- mant, M'Devitt, Fyfe, and Groom eaid if Mr. Palmer would promise the same to the House, they would agres lo go on with Supply. In reply, Mr. Palmer road from Hansard a speech he made last week, in which he stated hie willingness to let the Redistribution Bill bo read a second timo before the Appropriation Bill was passed. Ho would moke...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
TO THE EDITon OB THE BULLETIN. DEAB SiBj-lu your contemporary's issue of tliia morning 1 notice a paragraph .leaded " Want of Roads,*' in which certain statements ore advanced respecting the Barcoo. Without supposing for a moment that these statements will bave any effect, either on Mr. Morehead, the Uaroo o equal tere, or on I hose who know anything about the Barcoo, (to them tlie wholo paragraph «viii appear e patent I absurdity,) etiil, I cannot, lot these assertions go ' forth to the public without contradiction. The paragraph referred to begins by asserting that " the Barcoo squatters and others are clamouring loudly for the extension of the Great Northern Railway, and ve understand that if Mr. Morehead does not join heartily with ? those who are endeavouring to ketip tho Govern trient up to their promises he need not ngnin ?eek the support of the electors." If ÛK.irgut means that Mr. Morehead is to join heartily with the Opposition, then I hare no hesitation in saying that he ...
MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
MANIFESTS. WWABDS. Hay 21.-James Paterson, e.a., from Brisbane via Maryborough and Gladstone : 2 cases jams, 1 bundle leather, 4 tina potatoes, 3 trusses, 1 lieg apples, 1 cask, 1 box starch, 1 case, 1 paper Sarcel, 1 package oatmeal, W. Thomson ; 1 cate, leiklo and Stewart; 1 caao, F. F. Budden ; 3 j drums turps, 1 bundle pana, 1 bundle buckets, j 2 kegs nails, A.|W. S. Smith ; 1 parcel, A.J.S. j Bank; 1 parcel, Sub-inspector Isley ; 30 bags xnaize, W. Higson and Co. i 60 baga marie, B. Davis and Co. ; 1 parcel, W. Hopkins ; 1 case, 1 1 parcel, H. Smith, care H. Bead ; 1 case plants, *T. W. l'Erson ¡ 1 case plant*, A. Fyfe s 1 oaBC, V. Mitchell ; 26 pieces hardwood, II. Jones and Co. ; 1 parcel, W. Ecid and Co. ; and sundry J transhipments. j OTJTWAIffiB. ! May 21.-Blackbird, s.s. For Gladstone : 1 parcel, Buzacott. For Brisbane: 2 boxes effecte, 98 bales wool, G. B. Shaw ; 1 bag bacon, W. Higson und Co. ; 10 chests tea, B. M. Hunter and Co. For Sydney : 16 baleB wool, G. B. Bbaw ;...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
SHIPPING ISTELLIQEKCE. tvmxi.ii. MA? 21. -James rntoreon, F.S., 2f>2 lons, Calalú Saunders, from Jlilulmie, Maryborough, and GintiBtojr:. J'asBonROTa-Moasrs. Tl. B. Skinner, J. Murray, J. Bonnr, C. CiiUnuli; V, C. Mitchell, a. Koli, A. Maguire, and eighteen ia ibo Btoerago. DEPATITTJEKS. May 21.-Blackbird, B.a., Ml» tons. Captain Torranco, far Melbourne via Gladstone, Brisbane, »nd Sydney, raesoagerfl-Mn. MHlor mid throe children, Messrs. Toiirlo, Sandilands, Trcgurtba, M Thorson, C. h, Jolinson, und (Iltoon in tho etoo rage. -Var 22.-noonoo, SJ.» 205 ums. Captain Hirst, for Bowen, via Broadsound aud Mackay. Passengers-Mrs. Byron, Mim Punlop, Ur. B. M'Lean, and nine In tho Moorago. Way22.-Jamos Fateraon, e.a., Captain fiflundor*, for .Bowen and Townsville. Passengers-Mrs. Hitcher, Messrs, Hitcher, 3. P. Bardo, end «ix tn tue steerage, In addition to tun above there vere hooked through from Brisbane the fallowing çastengen :-Meiere. Sonar, 6kinñor, WhitobllLOutbush, and twenty in ...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
CORRESPONDENCE. To THE EDITOB OF TUE BUMEHK. Sm,-I trust you will excuas the liberty I take in trespassing upon your space, but a stern senBe of duty prompts me to direct. the attention of I thc authorities and the public to the fact of tho condition of a poor demented creature known aa the Cranky Chinaman, and who generally takes up his qnartors nightly on a verandah in Quay-street, The poor fellow baa only a few i rags to cover his body, end at Dight this poor wretch shivers the hours away till morning dawns, when he manages to pickup a precarious living by mendicity and collecting filthy garbage from the gutter, which I have seen him devour voraciously. I suppose the fact of the utter harmlessness of this unfortunate ts an excuse for allowing him to go about in this disgraceful and neglected state. Now, Sir, I believe that the honourable and paternal government of Queensland provides good lunatic asylums, etc., for the criminal and insane portions of Ibo community} but what has t...
THE ZIEMAN MURDER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
I THE ZIEMAN MURDER TRIAL. Tas southern papara contain Tory long reporte ol tili» important cate. The following ie a synopsis supplied by the Courier : Simon Kiernan, the murdered man, iras a young German who served in France, and was not lang a resident of the colony when he met his death. Patrick Collins, the man who is being tried for the crime, is n young man of about twenty-five years of age, and has not been noted BB a peaceable or law-abiding citizen. He underwent a sentence for Borne offence in our penal establishment at St. Helena, and bad only been released a few months prior to tho ' murder which he stands charged with com- mitting. Simon Ziemon was currying on business, in partnership with his brother, at St. George, thc firm conducting a very largo trado in the western districts. On November 20 last, Zieroan visited Tartulla station, which is tho property of a man named William Beckett, with whom the firm of Ziemen Brothers had I some monetary transactions. Collins was ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
CaiCKEX. Tnï great event of th« season, riz., (he rotur» match-Weetwood t>. Rockhampton Club-will be ployed on the old Cricket-better known os tho Morkot-Roicrre, to-morrow, Queen's Birthday. The members of our local club have not practised as much and often as they should do, but during the past fortnight a markeri improvement liss been perceptible in this rcspoot. The players have turned out in larger numbers, which perhaps may be accounted for by the excitement of the coming match. Wo doubt not but Rockhampton will mako a decout show on the scoring books of Friday. By the kind permission of the Railway authorities, a special train bas been laid on from Westwood at half-past six, and arriving here at half-past eight, conveying the Westwood team and their friends. No time will be lost, for we believe the wickets are to bs pitched at half-past nine sharp, At one, tbe players adjourn for an hour to Mr. Cruikshank's Leichhardt Hotel to refresh the inner man. Play will be resumed' a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
A Ïbr/JTESTEB of literary tastes lately de- scribed Darwin es the one who believed we degenerated from a monkey. " I CAN speak seven different languages," said a convict, as lie entered a penitentiary. " Ko matter," said the keeper ; " we have but one language herr, and very little of that." "Casr ISON sinks," i's the announcement on tho sign of a suburban plumber. *' Well, who said'it didn't?" was the inquiry of n countryman who read it ovor three or four times, and chuckled when ho thought lie saw tho point. NOVEL RKÍDINO, OÍD AND NEW.-Husband (old etyle question): "What! dipping into' tho third volume to see if every one is married ?" ' Wife (new stjle of answer) : " Oh, they were married in thc Grat volume. I ouly wanted to sec if it was really ber husband who poisoned , kher."
THE AUSTRALIAN WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
I THE AUSTRALIAN WOOL SALES. A ciBcüiin, Bigned by a large number of Australian wool-growers, on the much debated question of thc method of conducting the London wool eeles, was published in the sum- mary edition of the Argus for transmission by the E.M.S. Bangalore. As the document with its seventy-six signatures would have occupied near four columns of our space, and SB it was prepared CBpecially for English readers, its publication at this date would servo na useful purpose ; a brief remine of the principal points will therefore suffice. The circular is addressed to Mr. Joseph Mooro, hon. secretary to thc Colonial Wool Merchants Association of London in reply to tho report of the sub-committee of tho London brokera, which was published after tho arrival of the last European mail. Tho vari- ous matters in dispute are dealt with under six separate headings, vii. : - " Drajt ;" " Tho broker buying at his own sale ;" " The time of day at which the wool sales shall be held ;" " Pause ...
SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. A tale of National Bank «hares, yesterday, was effected below par. There is no market quotation at present. Mr. Parkes has been re-elected for East Sydney by a majority of 1400 rotes. Tekean's execution has been appointed to take place on tko 11th of Juno. A good portion of tho " St. Aubin'e " cargo of sugar was sold by auction to-day at lull rates. Arrived.-" City of Brisbane," from Brisbane, Sailed.-" Pearl," Admiralty surrcying schooner, ] for Brisbane.
REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
REGATTA. IEE entrances for the Annual llégate to oome off to-day are as follow« : FIRST Bara. Io start at ten o'clook. For all AlUTETOS in Waterman's Skiffs pullega pairofsoullsi distance-from flagelrp round boat moored opposite tidal index and back to flagship s boats to be handicapped by the Stewards i prise, £5 ; entrance, 10s. No. 1, Alert, G. Brown, maltese cross. . Nb. 2, Eliza, F. Knight, bine flag. No. 8, Blue Bell, F. Garvey, red and blaok. SIOOBD BAOE. (Preciously advertised oe Fourth Hace.) For all BOATS now working on the river, pu"ing a pair of oars, with coxswains. Courte, same as second race ; prize, £6 ; entrance, 10s,. .No. 1. Alert, H. Davey and J. File ; coxswain, Wal's, black and red. No. 2, Alligator, Ph:,l'os and Garvey; cox- swain, Seat .tey, white. No. 3, Arrow, Lewis and Wilson; coxswain, Nobbs, rsd. THIRD BAOS, For all OPEN S AI UNO BOATS-fin and centre boardsexcluded. Course,from flagship rourd buoy moored below Gavial Creek and back to flagship; prize, £1...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
UOCKBÁMPTON POLICE COVET. Tuesday, May 21. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. Two drunkards pleaded guilty, and wore dis- charged with a caution. A carrier's lionise was granted to Patrick Kenna, and a timber license to William Semper. An extension of his license wus granted to Blasius Brogli, (br the regatta, ou Queen's Birthday. BHEACIt OF CUSTOMS BEQUL4TIONS. Before Mr. Townley, P.M., and Mr. Steven- son, J.P. John Torrance, captain of the steamer " Blackbird," was charged with unloading goods before reporting. Mr. Melbourne appeared for the Crown, and Mr. Milford for the defendant. Mr. Milford objected ta the jurisdiction of thc Court, and urged that tho "Blackbird" was a coastwise vessel, but was overruled. Mr. Mel- bourne put in tho Govenimetif Gazette, con- taining the proclamation of the port of Rock- hampton. William Joseph Connolly, officer in charge of tho Customs at this port, stated that on Sunday he proceeded to Lake's Creek, three milcB down the river, and placed a man in ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TBS Lord Ashley, c.s., passed into (he Mary Hirer at 6 am. yesterday. The Queensland, e., «hieb left Brisbane on Tuesday, entered Mary Hirer at 1-30 p.m. on Wednesday, No news of her movements since then has oems to hand. The steamer Heroules, with a raft io tow passed out of the Mary River yesterday.
ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1872, AT 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
OB DEUS OF TUE DAT FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURS- DAY, MAY 23, 1872, Al 4 P.M. Tenders for replies to the Lyon Creek Bead. JfOTíCÍS OP Monow, let. By Alderman NOBBS Tliat the report of the Committee of Works No. 187, bo adopted by this Council. 2nd. By HÍB Worship the Miïou That the assessment, as contained in tho Municipal Assessment Books prepared and submitted by tho Assessors appointed by the Council in a resolution passed ou the 14th day of Merch, 1872, of all lands, houses, warehouses, counting houses, shops, and other buildings within the limits of this muni cipaliry according to their fair average annual Talus be, and the same is hereby adopted by this Counoil as th« assessment under section 76 of the Municipal Institutions Act of 1861 for the now current municipal year, and that a rate of one shilling in tbe £ upon the fair average annual value of tbe said landa, houses, ware- houses, counting houses, shops, and other buildings be, and the same ie hereby assessed ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
TES AUSTBALIAS SQUABBOX.-It is rumoured (aa English journal «totea) that tbs Admirait; purpose augmenting the Australian squadron by two or three gun-vessels of the Foam and Coquette class for the suppression of the present illegal labour, aliar slave traffic, carried on amongst the South Sea Islands, and which has resulted in thc lamented murder of Bishop Pattison. The Pido is also ordered to the Australian station. TBS NtriniEK OF ADVEBTISEIIEKTS IR PofCUS PAVIBS.-The Philadelphia 'PMic Ledger which claims to have" indisputably the largest circulation of any daily paper in America gerbaps in the world," boasts that "on a recant aturday it had more than 1,700advertisements." I According to the published statements of the Cleritenwell AView that paper had in one week, 15,000 advertisements (which is an average of 2,500 per issue), chowing an excess of aérerai thousands over every other papar." The largest number of advertisements that we recollect ever having asen in the Tinet waa a...
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
* WITIifwHICH IS IKCOfcPORATBD TUE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1672. FBOK a Parliamentary paper just laid before Parliament, we lea.ii that the earnings of the prisoners in the gaol workshops at Brisbane now amounts to a very respectable sam. Daring the year 1871, the work done was as follows : In the gaol boot shop, £5919s. ; in the gaol tin shop, £206 8s. lljd- > in the gaol tailors' tbop, £1044 7s. 4d., in tho gaol saddlers' shop, £600 ' 9s. 9d. Total value of prisoners' work £2445 . 14s.l0rd. AB important conjoint telegram was received yesterday from Messrs. Graham and Fyfe (MX.A.'s), of which (at the suggestion of the senders) we are requested to publish the sub- stance. It runs to the following effect :-Last (Wednesday) night, Mr. Fyfe declared himself ready to trust the Government. His doing so is likely to stop the deadlock. He was satisfied by Mr. Palmer this (Thursday) morning on the railway question. On- Tuesday next, if no arrangement is come to between Mr. Pa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
CHOWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT OF 1868. POHT CURTIS DISTRICT IT is hereby notified for public in formation tliat thc Commissioner of Crown Landa for tho District of Fort Curtis, under the Crown Lunds Alienation Act of 1868, will hold Sittings in pursuance of the fourth section of the above recited Act, at the under-mentioned offices, on the following dates : AT ROCKIUHFTON-On the 12th December, 1871, and thereafter on the Second Monday in each month. AT GLADSTONE-On the 21at day of Decem- ber, 1S71, and thereafter on the Third Thursday in every alternate month. A. J. RICHARDSON, Acting-Land Commissioner. Land Office, Rockhampton, Nov. 22,1871. o THE STORES OF ALBRECHT FEEZ. Brandies Bum Geneva Whiskey Old Tom Wines Schnapps Kümmel Bitters Bottled Ale Bottled Porter Bulk Ale-Marian's Bugara Teas CofTea Corrugated Toboocoob Groceries Oilman's Store Candles Soap Kerosono Salt Flour Calicoes Moleskin Trousers Orimeani Canvas Blankets Col. Boote Olia and Faints Iron, &o., &o....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 May 1872
LIST of Unclaimed Letters st the Post-office, Bockhampton i it not claimed on or before the 10th June, 1872, «ill be for- warded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane. JAME8 E. O. DALY, Postmaster. Post-office, Bockhampton, May IB, 1878. Anderson ; Applbay, W. : Arends, Frodriob. Beaufort, Arthur D.| Bell, David | Berger, Julias i Black, John; (North side) i Burns, Charles i Burns, James ( Burridge, G. W. Galloway, Mrs. (Blue Bell Hotel) ; Carlberg, John ; Carle, Martha (Ï) ¡ Carlson, Amalia ; Choice, Mr. i Conaghan, A. ¡ Conaghau, John (carrier) ; Conachan John (Lilyvale). Donelly, Jas. j Douglas, Mrs. Annie B. ; Duffy, Mrs. M. A. ; Dunn, Patrick. Faith, Mr. i Fernán, Miss F. ; Flood, J. A. (8). GartoD, Mr.; Geiger, J.t Gordon, Peter'; Grebooski, Meister ; Green, Thomas. Hancock, J. ; Hansen, S. P, ; Hansen, F. Hoare, Esq.; Hogan, Miss Mary; Hagbes, Charles (care of C. W. Walker). Jackson, Alerander \ Jonsen, Christiede ; «Tobannsen, G. t Jury, John. Kearney, Mrs. Bridget ; Kenney, M...