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CALLIOPE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
CALLIOPE. [PBOH OÜB Own OOBBESPONDENT.] IN consequence of tue drays " engaged in cart- ing the atone from tbe Adella Beef " breaking down, crushing operations did not commence till the 9th instant. Since then a large quantity of stone has bscu put through, but the return will not bo known until tho crushing is com- pleted. A road has been made from Panoake and German Gullies, and stone from the John Bull and Connemarra reefs will next bc sent to the mill. Tho prospecting claims on both these ¿C0Í6 oro raising good stone ; some epecimons from tho Jplm JRijll bok'splendid. This reef has a characteristic feature. It is not composed of quarte, but a mixture of talc, calcspar, and decomposed rock, heavily charged with cubical pyrites and red oxide of iron. No. 1 W. are down forty feet. They hare the reef small as yet, but containing n good percentage of gold. No. I E. ara down forty feet, and are now opening out. They crossed a vein at twenty-fivo feet, supposed to be tho reef ¡ good pro...
THE BRISBANE CORPORATION IN HIGH DUDGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
THE BRISBANE CORPORATION IN HIGH DUDGEON. Tas Courier reporte the following discussion ot a late meeting of the Municipal Council ut Brisbane : The Major stated, for the information of tho Council, that he had received an invitation to attend Government House on tho 30tb instant, but ho declined to accept it, inasmuch as bis brother Aldermen had not been also invited as on previous similar occasions. He now wished to know whether it was the intention of the Aldermen to attend the levee on Queen's Birthday in a body P Alderman Pettigrew thought that all possible respect should be shawn to Her Majesty, and for that reason the Council ought to pay their respects to her representative aa a body. If such a proceeding was intended merely to pay respect to the Marquis of Normanby, be would be the last man in the colony who would move an inch for such a purpose. He moved that thc aldermen meet at the Council Chamber on the morning of the 24th instant, for tho purpose of attending the levee....
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH 1S INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
WITH WHICH 18 I KOO B rO RATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, HAT 26, 1872. TUE reply of Hie Excellency the OOVEBNOE to the Opposition memorial is reproduced at full length in our worthy of being printed in letters of gold. It betrays the stroke of a master hand at politics. It clears away at a blow all tho mist and confusion sur- rounding the political situation ; declares that so long as " my government com- J " mand a majority in that House (tho " Assembly) I cannot admit the right " of a minority to dictate to them tho " mode in which the business of the " House shall bo conducted." His Ex- j CELLENCX next says he hos had an experience of eighteen years in tho British Parliament, and six years as governor of a colony, and states that ho can recognise thc repre- sentatives of tho people in their collective capacity alone. He then expresses the opinion that the memorial is " founded on a total misapprehension " of the principles of the British consli " tution, upon which the con...
CALENDAR. MAY-JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
CALENDAR. MAT-JUNE. * Tho rise of tide In Keppel Bay varies from ort. tn Hfl., and at tbe typer Flats from Ga. to 10ft. Depth of water at the VppBr Flat-tn the old or natural channel, fit low water springs, 1ft, «to ; liighest springs, Mit. Gin. Kew cutting at low water springs, 6ft.; In highest springs, 15ft.-Tho time of high water ls slightly In- fluenced by freshets and high winds. t Thetidesreachtbelrfullatthe Pilot Station,Koppel Bay, 2h, 40m. earlier, and at Rockhampton 30m. later hau the hours named in the above table.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
ígr For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, icc., please see Front Page. SUPERFINE TINTED EMBOSSED CARDS for Ball Programmée, to be obtained at the Bulletin Office. TL L. DIBDIN, STOCK & STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, AND COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM CHAMBERS. SAMUEL PURCHASE, SOMERSET NURSERY, PARRAMATTA, NEW SOUTH WALES. ORNAMENTAL~TREES, Shrubs, New and BB» Plante, Fruit Treen, &r., forwarded to any part of the colony. Well and carefully packer). Catalogues on application. Rockhampton Agent B. L. DIBDIN, Denham-street. NATIONAL HOTEL, OPPOSITE TUE JFUARVES, GLADSTONE. JOHN W. CRAGG, in announcing to his friends and the public that bc has ob- tained a transfer of the license of thc above house, truBts to merit a continuance of the upport accorded to bis predecessor. The best Wines, SpiritB, and Halt Liquors. Colonial 8ecretnry'a Office, Brisbane, October 16,1871. NOTICE. PASSPORTS FOB FOREIGN TRAVEL. THE attentio...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
IN our fourth page will be found a parliamentary paper of unusual interest. It is a letter written by tte Agent General for Queensland in London, and is a statement of that officer's proceed- ings in connection with the forthcoming International Exhibition, and other matters connected with his official duties BB the representative of this colony. It appears that Mr. DAINTEEE has arranged for the building of a Queensland annexe to the Exhibition, 50 ft. by 30 ft. and 20 ft. high, in which mineral and geological specimens from all parts of the colony will be exhibited ; also photographs illustrative of the physical and geological character of thc country; Queensland stuffed birds; jewellery manufactured with new aud essentially Queensland designs; cases of cotton, &c., «fcc. In connexion with the annexe, " it is " proposed to have a buffet, at which i " Queensland preserved meat and AUB " tralian wine eau be procured," but ] I this, we are told, is at present undecided. Wo wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the Post-office, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or before the 10th June, 1872, will be for- warded lo tho Dead Loiter Ollice, Brisbane. JAMES E. O. DALY, Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton, May 18, 1872. Anderson, Jens; Applbay, W.; Arcnds, Fredrich. Beaufort, Arthur D.; Bell, David; Borgor, Julias ; Black, John ¡ (North eide) ; Burns, Charles ; Burns, James ; Burridge, G. W. Galloway, Mr«. (Blue Bell Hotel) ¡ Carlberg, John ; Carle, Murtho (2) ; Carlsen, Amalia ; Choice, Mr.-, Conaghan, A.; Conaghan,John (carrier) ; Conachan John (Lilyvale). Donelly, Jos. ; Douglas, Mrs. Annie B. ; Duffy, Mrs. M. A. ; Dunn, Patrick. Faith, Mr. ; Fenian, Mies F. ; Flood, 3. A. (3 Garton, Mr. ; Geiger, J. ; Gordon, Peter ; Grabouski, Meister ; Greer, Thomas. Bancock, J.; Bensen, 8. P,; Hansen, F.; Hoare, Esq. ; Hogan, MisB Mary ; Hughes, Charles (care of C. W. Waller). Jackson, Alexander; Jonsen, Christiane; Johannscn, G.; Jury, John. Kearney, Mn. Bridael ; Kenney, Nra...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. QUEENSLAND AT THE FORTHCOMING INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. QUEENSLAND AT THE FORTHCOMING ' INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. j Tnï following communication from Ur. Dain- tree, our Agent-Général for Emigration in London, lias been presented to Parliament " by commend ¡" The Honorable tbe Minister for Works, Brisbane. 82, Charing Cross, March 17, 1872. Sir,-1 have the honour to inform you that, acting on your instructions received by telegram, 1 have arranged for the building of an annexe for Queensland, ut the forthcoming Exhibition of 1672, ol South Kensington. The funds placed ot my disposal were not suflicicut to erect a brick annexe, as the Com- missioners then stipulated for certain dimensions aa to width, height, and stability, eo ea to accord with tba Belgian end French Courts, between which the Bpacc allotted to us ia placed. The Messrs. Aries, contractors for the Belgian Annexe, undertook to comply with these con- ditions, at the rate of (£16) fifteen pounds per running foot, to include flooring, rooting, sinking founda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION ÍOOMPAHY'a STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Balclulha," on or «boat Thunda; next. For GLADSTONE. BUNDABItRG.MAItY. BOROUGH, & BRISBANE.-" Queensland," lliit Da;, at 1 p.m. For NORTHERN PORT8.-" Tinoner," on or about 8rd proximo. For BROADSOUND.-"Black Swan," on or about Thunda? next. F. L. BARKER, Agent. Rockhampton, May 28,1872. .«? TÎLACKBIED," AND '«-» "LORD ASHLEY," «.STEAMSHIPS. . "tord Ashley," from SYDNEY for QUEENSLAND PORTS, on or ubout Friday, Moy 81. ? ? e ".BIsoVbM," Jtom MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND" PORT8 via SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 8. .* M Greatly Seduce* Fara ani Freights. ? B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agents. ; HARRIS' LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF , CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. *HE well-known Al clipper ship " LIGHT BRIGADE," _Ll244 tons register, under the Com- mand of GKOBQE HOLDEN, Esq., is appointed to , SAIL FOR LONDON, WtOM THE POET OF BOCKHAMPTON, ( i)n or about 16th JUNE HEXT. , Has ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 28 May 1872
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS MAY 26.-William hENRY, sloop, 8 tons, E. Johnson, master, from Calliope Saw-Mills. Cargo : 3000 foot Hard- &nbsp; wood and 1000 shingles, J, Ferguson. &nbsp; May 25.-Annie, schooner 18 tons, Miller, master, from Bustard Bay, with 16,000 feet pine for John Ferguson. May 2(1.-Queensland, P., 2S&lt;I tons, Captain Smltli, from BrisbAua, Uaryhoroiigh, Bundaberg, and Glad- stone. I'KSflengors-Ur«. Hulton und cliíld, Bliss Smith, Messrs. A. I*. Oossct, E. Campholl, D. Lacy, AV. Hutton, T. \Y. l'Erson, W, Taylor, K. M. FrauMund, and seven In thc steerage. May 27.-William Henry, sloop, Johnson, master, for Bustard Hay. May «7.-Thomas Day, schooner. Mayer, master, for Mal borough, Cargo : 40 lon* limestone, ll. M. limiter . and Co. ; 13 bags limo. William Black,
CALENDAR. MAY-JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872
CALENDAR. -MAT-JU.VE. XEHO&AMM. KOOK'S Aar.. * The Tiic or tiüß in Keppel Buy vario» from art. to Hit., nodal the l>perHatt from fia.to 10ft. Deutliof «liter at the Upper Mat-in the old or natural channel, at low witter»prtr.gt, lil.Otu, highoit spring», Mit. Oin. Hew cutting at low irater spring*. 6ft>; In highest apriagn, 16ft.-The time of high water is allghtl? lu flueaecd hy fre&heu and Ugh winds. t Tue lidesrearh theirfullat the Pilot Station, Keppel Jtfty, £b. «nu earlW, and at liocklismptoa 30in. later Uau the ñau» owned lu the above tabita.
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872
WITH WHICK IS IKCOKVOIUTEU Till» GLADSTONE OS SE RV Blt* TÖUESDAY, MAT 30, 1872. WE believe the great majority of Mr. i FÏÏE'S constituents will heartily approve the action of their representative in tho present very serious condition of public affaire. Although always attached to tho Opposition patty hitherto, Mr, FTFE bas at lost discovered that fealty to bis party and fidelity to his constituents aro M present incompatible things. He lins found it uo longer practicable to hold the balance between tho contending parties, and has been compelled to take a decided stand. He has deliberately walked from one side of tbe House to the other, and thus thrown ali the in- fluence of this important constituency on tho side of law and order. It would have been better for himself as a public mau, and far more advantageous to his constituents as a body, had bc talion up this position long ago ; for it is absurd in tiniCB like these for a legislator to withhold bis support from bath parties for ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872
C0M3IERCIA.Í. TIIE Balclutha, s.s., bringa Sydney files to tho 21st May. The S. M. llcraU reports: The import markets opened willi leei inquiry on the BOth than there was last week. Adrices from Victoria respecting tho largo yield of last season's wheat crop, and tho certainly (bat instead of an anticipated dcOYit there will be a surplus, hus weakened cur breadstuff's market, though it never was so much affected by the prices ruling in South Australia as the mel- bourne market was. We learn that prices in Adelaide are also weaker, end at present there are no indications of prices going higher for a. time. Dundee goods are firm. Cornenoks wanted ot lia. Candles remain steady; fire medal would be taken readily ot lOJii ¡ a line of second brand was placed ut K>ia\ Io liquors we heard of a parcel of Queensland ruin being placed nt Zs. Cd. Martoll'e dark brandy at 6s. 9d. ; for Hennessy's case, 27s. 6d. (o 28s., is now naked. Metals unaltered ¡ £6 5s. was paid for pig iron. Teas in go...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872
mpoumims. RocKHAMMOir.-From Woodend Paddock, on 10th Hey, 1872, by Ur. W. Belfield:-Yellow and white cow, branded Wi) off riba, with strawberry bull calf at foot. Yellow strawberry cow, WB off ribs, with red and white heifer calf at foot. Straw, berry cow, WU off ribs, off ear marked. If not released will be sold 5th June, 1872.-Ono. BABNABD, Poundkeeper. BAN AVA.-From Glenmoral, on May 10,1872, by order of W. Scott, Esq. Driving, 8s. each : Bay draught horse, etar, small white patch off ribs, two hind feet white, branded pg over II near shoulder, like illegible brand off ribs. Bay draught mare, star, branded like Ci over like O M near shoulder. Bay draught horse, small star, near fore fetlock white, branded like WS blotched near shoulder. Bay maro, small etar, branded like H i (crossed) near shoulder, triangle near thigh. Horse foal at foot unbranded. Derk iron grey filly, illegible brands near shoulder, bang tail. If not released will be eold 16th June, 1872. lt. SI'LEOD, Poundkee...
CALENDAR. MAY—JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872
CAI.KIÎ0A.E. MAT-JUKE. , ¡ TlDKS.* Mir. 5 MEIIOSAHIM. Moon's Aon. Uigli wator B alU.Plal.t ; a.m. II.m. Tuns ... 28 . 317 4 2 H'ednos 2D i. [0.21 n.lll. 438 61 Thurs... 80 .Last ijnavlw EM 6-64 Sri ...... 31.1 B ia «?« Sat. 1 .; .' 71i 73« Sun. 2 . .! 7JÍ H )8 Mon ... 3.1 .1 8-12 fl-0 . Tlio risc or two in Keppel Bav varies from flit, in Uti., and al Ibo ri>|)or Flirts »om 6ft. to IOU. uejitli of «viUerattuoUi>]>cr Pint--In ibo old or natural cbanuol, I at low wator springs, Ht.«in; Ulghnt springs, Itu. 6lu. Kow cutting Ht low water eiirings. 6ft. ¡ In Ingbert «pringa, I6ft.-Tho time of talga wator ls slightly tu tiuoncod by n-osbeta and big» winda. t Tlielidosreaelilliolrrullatllio «lolBiatlon,Koppel I Uar, 2b. Wm. earlier, and at Hotkhamptou 80m. later han tue Ijoura named tn tho above table. ' _,_ _ ._ I
A WONEERFUL PATIENT [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872
A WONEEBFÜL PATIENT DOCTOBS as a rule are a class of men not easily deceived. They see a great deal of human nature, and they do so under very varied circustances, many of which are peculiarly calculated to make people show themselves in their truo colours. The affectations of life fall away from us when we are ill, and few people can preserve the presence of mind of Mrs. Skewton, and order pink curtains for the doctors. Medical men, too, especially those in the army, are often called upon to investigate COSBB of deception, when soldiers sham illness to escape duty and gain the comforts of the infirmary. Such men are generally found out and exposed with a prompti- tude that much disconcerts them, and on the whole we may safely conclude that if a person wants to feign illness he bad better keep ont of the presence of the doctor as long as possible. Very extraordinary then must we consider a case which bas just occurred, and which has baffled and deceived some of tho most eminent men ...