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A CHURCH-GOING BELLE. CAST 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

A cuuncn.ooiNG BELLI:. à DAiNiT Uttlo bonnet, Tue sweetest marabout. A sea of tawny wavelets O'or forehead trilito tut snow, A brace or tplarldlng sapphires, I Two cheeks er rosy dye, A pnir of lips of ruby. Awl & fluctuating Bigu. Thtnk'st thou Bim goes to worship P Ah! lt 1BdUDcult to loll, But M's plain bot Ii erùale and sluuers Worship that Sabbath Dollo. A ligtatly.ßtting bodice, Costume all brocaded, Short pctticoata with flounces, lu endless colours braided, Enamelled alioes nilli buckles, Such ns tho FroDCbmun veud, Wilta lolly tapar beel-taps. To give a Grecian bond. TUlnk'st thou it's for Jiod's glory £bo drossos out BO well ? Or does ehe want some saint or sin ii fit To lore tho Sabbath Belle P A doKou little knick-knack*, Lons streamers, pads, and cuffs, A natty liltlo collar, She's too genteel for rulfr ; ' A host or showy triukcta, Talo lavuudur kid gloves ; In Kborl thc vory sort of Belle Thc eniut or sinner lovo*. Cut tiiiDk'iit tliou that marc úcvoliou ; Van...

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

SOUR timo ago a «ornan vas tried and proven guilty ot murder in the backwoods counties of Mississippi* Her counsel could find no redeem in: clause to eave, and at last appealed to tho chivalry nf tho jury, who gavo their verdict, " Not guilty, because «ho is a woman'* A siaoNa mind ie more easily impressed than a weak one ; you will not as readily convince e fool that you are a philosopher as a philosopher that yon aro a fool. A Cow ra A WoonnN LEA.-A valuable cow, belonging to afr. Thomas Waldor, of Tlirirnthwaiic, in Borrowdale,had tho misfortune to lame ita hind leg, and io consequence of the hot weather it took bad ways. Mr. Daniel Briggs, a skilful veterinary, waa called in to eoe her, and found lier so lamo that he was obliged to amputate the limb and replace it with a wooden one | and, to the surprise of all, she is walking about and doing well.- Farmer's CiromrU. ItULU) HUT ABE HOT IBISH.-Whenever the paternity of a bull ia uuoertain, an ol tempt ia made to father it on aome...

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

A MISTAKE.-That tb« editara are delighted to get anything to " fill up " the paper. That they have plenty of time to correct bad manu- script. That they should " puff" everybody for nothing. That they muBt have no opinion of their own. That they ehould know everything, whether informed of it or not. That they have plenty of money. That they should " notice " every scalawag show that travels. That they should have news whether there is any or not. That they should print every man's name who attends a dog fight or a horse race. A MoDEny BEIXE.--"Love in a cottage, indeed !" said Lauretta ono day to one of her admirers, a sentimental swain. " I do not fancy the picture, A cottage always reminds me of pigs and poultry, and dirty children, and sluttish women, and coats out ot elbows, and I broken windows patched with naper or stopped with old hats-things that I hold in utter abomination. Give tne an elegant sufficiency-a baodsomc house ju town, splendidly furnished iu the most fashionabl...

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MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

MANIFEST. raWABDS. January 15.-Lady Bowen, e. From Bris bane : 5 caaes Galvanised iron, J. Palroor'and Co. ; 1 (russ, Winter and Lea, raro of Hunter and 0<i. ; 1 truss. It Davis and Co. ; 3 trunks, 2 coses, 1 bale, Blotcher ; 1 truss, J. Eyles ; 20 caseB stout, Honriquoi ¡ 30 cases geneva, CO cases brandy, G basket jars, 20 bBgs rice, 1 case, 25 esses stout, 7 oases oilslores, 6 cosos Austra- lian wine, 2 kegs fish, 3 boxes apricots, 2 cases sardines, 1 truss, 1 liogslioad 'brandy, A. B. Macdonald, care of Barker ; 4 kegs wire nails, 2 kegs nails, 2 cases sardines, 3 cases, A. W. 8. Smith ¡ 7 kegs nails, 1 ease, Budden ; 1 case figs, 1 case RpBom salts, 5 cuses bottled fruits, G kegs nails, 1 caso pastilles, H. Bead and Co. ; 2 cues confectionery, 1 ouse candied peel, 4 cases sardines, 1 case Epsom Balts, 1 chest sago, _, * case maoSJaroni, 12 kegs wire wails, 4¡«ase« .pastilles, Petersen and Miller ; 3 cásea salmon, 1 case greata, 5 boxes raisins, 6 boxes cornflour, IO b...

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

COMMERCIAL. THE Maryborough, Ohronitk of Saturday last publishes statistics of tho trade of that port, from which fte summarise tho following : Valus of Imparta during 1871.£109,701 Value of Exporta ditto . 328,789 Amount of Customs Retenue. 32,223 Population-Arrivals ... .... 1211 " Departures. 251 Increase of Population by excess of arrivals . . 9G0 Chipping-Tlie arrivals from ports beyond the colony «vera 39 vessels; coastwise 272 vessels. Departures for ports beyond thc colony, 61 vessels ; coastwise 212 vessels.

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THE PRING ESCAPADE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

TBE P&IKGr ESCAPADE. Mr. Paltrier said that ns the members of the Government were not prepared to go on with the other bills on the paper, and as he had tho proposition of the hon. member for Fortitude Valley before him, .which he would require somo time to consider, he would move, with the leave of the House, that the House do now adjourn until Tuesday next. (Hear, hear.) Mr. Johnson commented on the delay which bad taken place in the public business, and urged that now that the House was in good temper and disposed to proceed with business they should not let the opportunity pass. Ile suggested that they should proceed with the Elections Bill. Mr. Miles thought that the proposal I of the Hon. tbe Premier was reasonable under the circumstances, and that it ought to be acceded to. Mr. Lilley said he had no objection to go on with the Elections Bill, but lie thought that as the Hon. the Premier had made a request to tho House, and as there was some hope of «an arrange- ment b...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

í% IMiíjamptoit bulletin AKD CENTRAX QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. Tl/KSDAr, JANOAEF 16, 1872. Ouii American cousins have very nearly roached perfection in tho art of giving to the most commonplace items of news a sensational look. Tho exigencies of tho telegraph service have, it is true, a slightly repressive effect upon their genius, but even upon the wires Yankee inventiveness achieves great triumphs. Tho reader neod not tax his memory to call up many instances in which, if tho Californian telegrams have not lied, they have most certainly distorted tho truth. Indeed, wo have become so accustomed to this state of affairs that we can only accord a qualified belief to the news convoyed through American channels. It cannot be denied, how- ever, that much genuine and important intelligence has roached us via America -notably the fall of Sedan and tho capture of NAPOLEON. Still Yankee newsrondors give the Australian reader too good excuse for incredulity to permit of his accepting everything ...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

POST oma: KOTIL-K. MAILS for Foreign I'artMtir! Uniter! Kingdon), Brisbane, und I iiterino'Uato Vori*, por Liidy Bowuu, CIQSÜ at tillaoflífíc at ll o'clock tm« mornlug. Itflcklmmptou, January 10,1672.

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PARLIAMENTARY. (Abridge from the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

PARLIAMEXTA&Y. {Airidgeifrom the Courier.) IK tho Legislative Assembly on the 9th j instant, after some formal business, Mr.1 Miles moved tho adjournment of the House for the purpose of making a personal explanation. That explanation proved to be a reply to an attack made by the Premier on a previous occasion. Mr. Miles explained his conduct with reference to his selection of some land under the Act of 1808, and in the course of his speech is reported to have said that the " bon. gentleman at the head of the Government was a coward-a mean coward-to make these slanderous state- ments." Mr. Bell rose to order, the words were taken down, and Mr. More- head called attention to the fact that there were strangers in the House, which caused tho galleries to be cleared. A qnartor of an hour afterwards the strangers were re-admitted, and found Mr. Miles still addressing the House. Mr. Palmer followed in explanation, and after some remarks from several mem- bers, Mr. King succeeded in...

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

THE BULLETIN Bntatauy of News for transmission by the Monthly Suet ' M»il, is published «rory fourth Saturday, Bnd postai to any address ia the colonies on prepay- ment of 5s. per annum i to Great Britain, cia Southampton, at 6s. per annum) and via Brindisi at 8s. per annum. C. PYBUS, SADDLER & HABNESS MAKER, ROCKHAMPTON HOWARD SMITH, TOBACCONIST , Aro NEWS AGENT, A. MtEOD A CO., j AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, ! AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, ramos OF WALES BUILDINGS, OlXRKOBT. J. B. JOKES, SADDLEB & HARNESS MAKES, CAMBELL 8TBEET. N.B.-Baddies countcrllned tor 7a. Cd. ; Gollan, 6s. R. L. DIBDQí, . STOCK & STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, AKD , COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1804. DENHAM CHAMBEES. JAMES M'PHEKSON, WHEELWRIGHT ABD GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WE8TWOOD. Goad Workmanship Guaranteed, and punotual attention to all orden. A..W. 8. SMITH, CENTBAL STORES, j ElST-StBEKT. k VT. DUFFIELDJHoO.'S ADELAIDE ? FLOUBNAGENOT. H&gentfor Mutual Life Association of Austra...

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

Tlie Lady Bönen, e., left Brisbane at 5 30 p.m. on Thursday; cleared Oapo Moreton at 10 40 p.m. ; crossed Wide Bay bar at 825 o.m. on Friday ¡ arrirod at Maryborough at 4'15 p.m. same day; left again at 320 p.m. on Sat urday, and arrived at Gladstone at 11)5 a.m. on Sunday ; left again at 6 o.m. yesterday, and moored alongside the wharf, Bockhampton, nt 415 p.m.-Had light northerly and north- easterly winds throughout, with heavy showers of rain from Maryborough to Boclbampton. The Balclutha, s.s., passed out ot Keppel Bay, bound for Maryborough, at 6 p.m. on Saturday. Sha passed Woody Island on Sunday. Tho James Peterson s.s., pasted Woody Island, bound south, at noon on Saturday. The Bannah Newton, schooner, from Sydney, arrived tat St. Lawrence on Saturday. Tba Egmont, s.e., left Sydney for Rockhamp- ton direct on Friday evening. The Queensland, e., arrived at Brisbane on Friday. The Blackbird, s.e., reached Brisbane on Saturday. The Tinonee, s.s., from the north, entered Keppel ...

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

SIlIPriXG IXTELLiaENCE. AHUIVAL. .TwuAiiv 15.-laulv Bowen, »., «"> Inna. Captain Coiner. Punt liri«limie Slarylmrouirli, uni! Giuliano. I'ussou ETa-Mnwra. I". 1. Bvorli-y. Jomes «¡rnlin.n, I.lvinï.T. 5lileli.ni. K. ChniiR, McCoHiui, J. A. Allen, Kirwan, Murrow, P. suuilall, uud 25 in Lue sice ago. PErABTCUKS. January H.-Sirlsao« N'owtoa,sc!»ooncr1for Richmond Ilivor, lu inlla-l. ; January 13.-Mny Queen, schooner. 72 ton» résinier, CaiiliJu Tlioinan, for Hydnoy direct. Ko pasnongers.

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COMPROMISE ON THE REPRESENTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

COMPROMISE ON THE REPRESENTA- TION QTJE8TION. Mn. LiftLEV a aid ho was induced to again approach the position at present occupied by the two sides of the House, in the hope that what might be a last attempt to reconcile parties and enable the business of the country to be pro- ceeded with, might be possibly successful. He would only say a few words, and put it before tba hon. gentleman at tho head of the Government in a plain business-like way. It might be remembered that when the discussion on the representation question commenced, tho hon. members on his (Mr. Lilley'e) Bide, began it with a statement that the measure on the matter should be only an Additional Members Bili, and the bill introduced by the Government contained the obnoxious feature of a redistribution of the Opposition electorates, and of those electorates only. To that feature he understood the Government strictly adhered, and stated that they considered it the principle of tho bill, and that they would not, therefo...

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MELBOURNE. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

MELBOURNE. Mon flay evening. A seaman belonging to the " Nymphe " bes 1 died in the Hospital, it is believed from Asiatic cholera.

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

A rEEBOtf meeting e> friend who liad lately laboured under a fit of the gout, inquired after bia bealtb, and was answered, " So-so." " I am sorry you are no better," replied tile gentleman, "for I hopod you were reoorcrod iu ' to to!' "

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

IT is satisfactory to lonni from our Brisbane fili-s that tho deadlock is regarded BS at an end, and tliat tho construction we put upon Mr. talley's proposal of Wednesday last was tlie true one. In ono particular our information by telegram was defective, os Mr. Lilley suggested that tho Government withdrew their bill, and tale a few days, or a week, to bring in a general redistribution measure. Wo still, think, how- ever, baot rliero will not be a.notbcr £lcctoral District« Bill this session. ! IK tho Police Court yesterday Mary Ann Parkes was charged with malicious destruction of property. From the evidence of Constable Holmes it appeared that thc prisoner was given into his custody by Mr. Budden at three o'clock yesterday morning, for breaking into his house and damaging certain property. Mr. Budden said that about two o'clock that morning ho saw thc prisoner coining out. of tho front room of his dwelling-house ; before be got to her ehe had broken B pane of glasB in tho window a...

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CALENDAR. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

CALENDAR. JANUARY. MEItOftAKitA. I MOO N'S ÀOK * Tbe riao or tide In Keppel tlav varies from Aft. to 141*1., and nt the Upper Flats from fill, to IOU. Doptl) of crater at tho Upper Plat-In tho old or natural channel, at low water Bjirir.gs, in,, oin; highest Rpring*, lift. Oin. Vow cutting at low water spring. 6ft. ; In highett «priuss, 15a.-Tho tlino of high wator is slightly in Gnoncud tiy froHuots and high ninds. t Thoitdosrearih their full at tho Pilot Station, Keppel Hay, Sh. #iui. earlier, and at Rockhampton 30rn. lalor hun tho boura named in tho above taulo.

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

NEW ZEALAND GULLY.-Mail« elote at Rock- hampton on Friday, 9 a.m. ¡ araire at Bogt Town on Friday, 1'30 p.m. | leave Post Town on Saturday, 12 30 p.m. ; arrive at Rockhampton on Saturday, 6 p.m. Steamers trading between Bookbampton and other ports within the colony, will convey nudle to and from each port of call. Separate Mails for the colonies of Hew Sooth Wales, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania, are made Bp and dispatched by every Sydney steamer. Closed Mails for the United Kingdom an forwarded direct via Sydney, when opportunity offers. JAMES E. O. DALT, Postmaster, TUE ROCKHAMPTON' BUL- LETIN Published on TUE8DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY MOBNING8, is the oldest and most widely circulated Newspaper in Central and Northern Queens- land. TEEMS OF 617BSOB1FTTON. Fer Annum, In ail vaneo . £110 0 Ter Quarter . fi 0 Per Month, booked . 4 o Single Coptes, each . 0 0 CHARGES FOB ADVEETISKMENTB. XACn INSKETION. Two Unes, or twelve words . 1 o Four lines. 2 0 Etz Unes. . 3 0 Eight U...

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ARRIVAL OF EUROPEAN NEWS, VIA CALIFORNIA. LATEST DATE, DECEMBER 12. [?]UED ILLNESS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. NO HOPE OF RECOVERY ENTERTAINED. ALL PUBLIC FESTIVITIES SUSPENDED. PRUSSIA THREATENS RIO JANERIO WITH BOMBARDMENT THIERS NOTIFIED INTENDED REVISION OF COMMERCIAL TREATY WITH ENGLAND. RUMOURED THIERS RESIGNS PRESIDENCY IN FAVOUR OF DUC D'AUMALE. GREAT EXCITEMENT CAUSED IN SPAIN [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 16 January 1872

ARRIVAL OF EUROPEAN NEWS, VIA CALIFORNIA. LATEST DATE, DECEMBER 12. ^^BuED ILLNESS OF THE PRINCE r^^^ . * OF WALES. r NO HOPE OF EEOOVEEÎ ENTER TAINED. ALL PDBLIO FESTIVITIES SUSPENDED. PRUSSIA THREATENS KIO JANE RIO WITH BOMBARDMENT THIERS NOTIFIED INTENDED RE- VISION OF COMMERCIAL TREATY WITH ENGLAND. RUMOURED THIERS RE8IGNS PRESI- DENCY IN FAVOUR OF DUC D'AUMALE. GREAT EXCITEMENT CAUSED IN SPAIN BY REPORTED INTERFERENCE OF AMERICA AND ENGLAND IN CUBAN AFFAIRS. CHOLERA SAGES IN INDIA. THE San Francisco mail steamer " Nebraska " reached Sydney on Satur- day, bringing European news to 12th December. Despatch after despatch bas been forwarded from Sandringham to London, announcing tho gradual sinking of tho Prince of Wales, frojn fever. All hopo of his recovery is abandoned. Religious services are being held everywhere, and deep grief and excite- ment prevail. Tho Royal Family have all boen summoned in haste to the Prince's bed- side. . The Republican loaders in London have decided t...

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

1871. POST OFFICE, BOOKHAMPTON. AMENDED TIME TABLE of Arrival and Dispatch of Country Maila : POST Towna. finnRUA «.» »** .« Blackall... . Cawarral. ... Clarmont... ... ... Copper Mine«. Crocodilo. Gladstone-overland Gainförd ... Hf Lillyvale. ... Marlborough. Morinish. Nebo . Bidgelands . Springsure . ßt. Lawrence. Tambo . Taroom . Westwood . Yaamba. . \ M*na Cuss IT BOCZHAMFTOK. Thursday, at 10 o.m. ... ... Saturday, at 10 a.m. Friday, at 9 tun. . Wednesday and Saturday, at 101 Wednesday and Saturday! at 10 « Monday, at 9 o.m. . Wednesdays, at 9 o.m. ... ... Wednesday and Saturday, at 10 « Wednesday and Saturday, at 1 i Monday, at 1'30 p.m. Thursday, at 9 a.m. Monday, at l'SO p.m. Thursday, at 9 o.m.. Wednesday and Saturday, at 101 Monday, at 1*30 p.m. . Saturday, at 10 a-m. ... Thursday, at IO a.m.. ... Daily, Sun. exoepted, at 10 a,m. Monday, at 130 p.m. Friday,at8pJ "_ Saturday, at 6 pira! Friday, ot 3 pm.. Tuesday and Saturday, at 6 p.m. Wednesday and Sunday, at 9 a.m. Monday,...

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