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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
WM M KU«'I At Tile «lin-ci.'rs of iii« Hank of England on the 16th of May raisisl the minimum rate of discount front h to 4» ¡«T eent Tili« is owing to the renewed «hain ol gold to America. At Lombard-st rwt gold hills can be «tone to-day nt '.^ jier cent. Chisirig\t ices ol Consols-for money. ?opened nt 911 to t.-.«.bed to ü! J, and again closed at for the account, the piicc is 91 f. Exports to Sydney alwut same as previous months. An oflicial aitnouricenieiit lias INVII roxie for a loan of ¿1 .r>H,UiJO for the New Zealand Government. Colonial Government Securities : Nctv South Wales, 5 jin- cent. ÎSljtî, 91* to 100. LoSDOV Wool HEIMKT.-Notwith- standing the extrañe quietness of our market since thc Marc-Ii sades, and the pen eral complaint from the manufactur- ing distrids of the «bibn-ss of trade, the attendance of buyers np to the present «late han lieen goad, Alxmt 3:1,000 labs * have parsed tlie hammer, the whole being sold with few trifling except hms. Paontve MARKET.- Hid...
REMARKS ON PORT DENISON. BY A PASSENGER BY THE "EAGLE." [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
REMARKS ON PORT DENISON. BY A PASSENGER BY THE " EAGLE." &nbsp; With fine weather and a good steamer, &nbsp; the trip from Rockhampton to Port &nbsp; Denison may be rendered both short and &nbsp; agreeable. The coast line for the whole &nbsp; distance is bold and well marked, and &nbsp; the hills with which it is backed often &nbsp; present bold and picturesque outline. &nbsp; After leaving the broad expanse of &nbsp; Keppel Bay, and the secure shelter and anchorage it affords--the course of a &nbsp; &nbsp; vessel is in an open seaway, in which &nbsp; a few rockyand well marked islets occur &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; These are sufficiently prominent to pre &nbsp; vent any impediment to navigation by &nbsp; night. After reaching the Percy Islands, and from thence on to the entrance of Port Denison, a succession of islands, &nbsp; see...
LATER INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
LATER INTELLIGENCE. By way of Malta the telegraph fur- &nbsp; nishes six days' later news, viz. .- &nbsp; London, 30th May, 2.31 p.m. The debate on the Paper Duty comes on this evening. It is announced that Gladstone would resign to prevent a de- feat. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Galway subsidy is continued tem- &nbsp; porarily to conciliate the Irish members. &nbsp; &nbsp; New Zealand Governor was re-ap- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; pointed. Kettledrum won the Derby; Dundee &nbsp; second. Consols 91½.
CIRCUIT COURT IN ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
CIUCÜIT COlîitT IN" U->CKïUMPT\>X. Wo an» jçratifi.ii tn «rwei-r«. that a inivceiue-.it Is-cn instit nted f>*r thc es- tablishment of * Oircait Conrt ia this district. Tl«« foUoirinR petition is now j lying for «yt»«:iou a; lite stores of J. L. . Haynes, Es*}. : Yo Hi* KxcriAKstT SIB G KOROR FKRGCSOK BO«*KX, K vicar ORANO Caos* or rut nu«r ItisttxccjsaED Oatn-.uor br. Mn II u r »MI Sr. Gaoacc. C»rt»ijt GESEBAI. *>n Uo veaKOR-ts^iMEr or Tm« COLOSY or t}utiet¡«Lsi¡i> A VD irs I)KPKVI>EV&lt;:IKS, »VU VlCE-A.t>HI**fc Ot TBK &C, &C, &.C The petition of the undersigned ¡11 liahttan*«; of th« Town and Police District of Rockhampton, most humbly fh.liveth « 'That your petitioners ieel ^really the inconvenience: ami los* resulting to this ' district from thc want of a Circuit Cou it for thc trial of civil ami criminal casi's. The present practi.x: of sending the*; cases to Maryhôiough f ir decision, ts cal- culated tn tuany casos t * ddcat...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
SCHOOL OP Alli's*. A rrw.ic tmi-tim» was »:««uv.:ued on Ti- hiv «.v-üii.'í last, hy J. Jardine, Ksij., I'.M . fol tl].; purpose of laiiii.a M t'cv.ii i> die formation «fa School of Arts in Rockhampton. Mr. .f mm»; said that, a» he had «idled thc iini-ainir t««iîi-îher, it would I«!exfxjrtöd ot' him t&lt;» expiai» ;iis rea-oii aird object tor whieh tliey ha.l iin-t. II«' felt gratified that so tnauy had resjioudtid to his «call. It diow.si that the jieiijiäii of Rockhamp- ton h.-Jt an iuterest ii, tiie matter, ft had I .ti;; Ix-eii the ihsäre of many tu see a School of Arts established in Rock- hampton. A few days shiee, several jr'Titleuieii met tn take the subject into consideration ; hut for rearons taut neces- sary fur him to mention, die matter was slnJveii, or at any ra'c set aside for tlie present. Ifiilûnç the pobiliju windi he did, nuder the drcunistances he ïfeït that he would he acting wrongly if lie per- mitted the matter tu lapse. (Applautve.) It Was desirable...
PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
ITHLiC ?!KKTIXG. Os M..«.lay Kvc:..n.r. a t^iMie n..s-i¡n:r. i- .livened hy i Lc May..r, J .ns IS.-MI:!:, K-tj.. «i hel l in lim tî..-l icu I'1..', c. Hot--!, for i».... pu rp..-..; of o.!:-¡.1.-¡-.:!, :.:.t!c!s of in-,-..^..o- lo ¿Le tov.-.i and di-liivi. AUout mw }ic. a ms were pi ..-«-.nt. Tl.c ....*.!. that -;¡ Fri,bv ec:,, . , rV. i in }/. h ci - '. > &lt;? ni a p.il.l¡e me,-t . ._. - :.H tho (¡"ivf¡i ? ? ! ; ; .v¡.í:'^a.v,.o.. .iati ail«! &lt;-;->¡>o?-a¡ of íi.!'''? ? «. v.- tel t" ai/i.,. |..oc: 1 ? .? «a li ev »nat.er* «.t ii..j. i. : ¡:. .- : . tie- t-ccn a:i.i ni-.: viet, tte unicMoo I lii.it. a vc v.*',, un ter the i...l:;i^rali .¡i !&lt; ..OILKÍ.CIS, inijit si.e'iiv I«'expected in Ke;.p-1 Hay. If he w.i : i ¿Ut ly tlit*ofu:«;.i ot! ti;is maller, it ua of the tittil.impi!t.vi. e tint ki it a - siiolil i he Ji!--j.:ili' i and other .ilT.im;.. inents ina te i- l tii-ir lc ? «ill and di. jil-,.1. Tiicie iver; &lt;.;.'...!' mailers re ...
[The following appeared in our secondedition of Wednesday.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
I filie f.tlluwiiig .ijij. ¿red inoar secluded;- i ! T'tifl C-í'iTiiil branch m sil steamer Hal-; ! clutha arrived at Adelaide on tim morn- ing '»f the lúth inst., at seven o'clock, j willi the Kitgiish mails to the -CtlU of May. the I', and O. Company's mail steamer Henares having arrived at King (îeorge's Sound on tho 4th July. The second mate of the Halcîutha fell overheard and was drmvncl, during the the p.is«w».» of that vessel io King tte.,.-g.-'s ¿.lUüd. ÏJie lie:.aves brings the follmving pss cng.tvs ft: S.v.i-a.'v : L-cnsesiaat Slinrl, Mrs. Perrins. Mr. and Mrs. Karl, Mr. Walker, Mr. Fellowes, and Mr. Angeljw. 1 The Je.Ado's mails were delivered tn I Liu ! ni. via Marseiiles, on the 13th May, J and via Southampton on thc l'stlh.
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Monday July 22. Before John Jardine, Eeq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Monday July 22. Before John Jardine, Esq., P.M. Robert Orien was brought before the court for drunkenness. Admitted to watch - house bail, but did not appear --- bail forfeited. Patrick Hughes for drunkenness, fined 24s or twenty four hours in lock-up. Friday, July 26. Before John Jardine, Esq., P. M. Samuel Allwood was apprehended by the police, being found in a state of temporary insanity, brought on by hard drinking. Admonished and discharged. Helen Edwards gave herself in charge of the police for protection, in dread of her &nbsp; husband. Case dismissed. &nbsp; John O'Connell, charged Thomas Daniels &nbsp; for detention of property, vis ; --- 2600 shingles, and 50 slate, to the value of £8. The case &nbsp; &nbsp; was gone into, but it ws allowed to stand ad - journed till the return of the district sur - veyor, in order to procure information as to when and where the shingles and slabs were &nbsp; &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
! HORSE BREAKING I j LAr.C» ts FA HM. HOUSES IMtOKKX TO SADDLE «rt-1 HAUNESÜ J.« a Fl liST IU Ï K Itf.KAKKIl. ".Inj u«.* ll»- üiift nile moans . awl »n v»r tums up » l iiik-jmupt-r. Aj.plv I« itWrs. HIUO umi WOttUALP, .>r »t tii&lt;- al-ov.- (.Lui-. A ïV* ijvwl} l-soU.-» on imn'i for *A1&lt;-. ' i'A'i HICK UL'till Ko. PIANOFORTE INSTRUCTION. \LAÍ»Y«>r fiUitliMiuiii i-oji;|* t&lt;'iil ami «'iHitt|¿ lo jilli- iWxn;.; &lt;r*i tia.- jiiai.** I. ri'-, » iii niK-t » ¡th a |iu|»il t r H|i|il riiig tu I'. J., !:ri,Lni\ OBicc, tu«lli.iuij.ton MKIMC\L II A IX «mi IW ftftW. íi>riM r 1>&lt; IIIIIIUI mi.j VIMY Min t». I A gaud all i »viie. i. i Uti »to. k of .liu^s. I *.iir:-i( nt Hti't-trnlu^. fiati-ut nmi'iV.ors, (*r»ly ! &lt;iiw .inr.ij &lt; h. ixucjilí. iM-ifuuit-r}', «u*j«-. .it»! i.>n.»y, un.i ti.l.tu. i» Ar, always ult unxil, at mutt ri'Hüoiialtlr firiom. ums ut ri H KKF" ut». ]..it.- &lt;if ij«-«r".--at., Iii ...
ROCKHAMPTON AGRICULTURAL RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 27 July 1861
ROCKHAMPTON AGRICULTURAL RE- SERVE In accordance with the proclamation of 18th Jun, 1861 the agricultural &nbsp; reserve at Rockhampton was opened for selection at 11 o'clock a.m. on Monday &nbsp; thoe 22 ad July, at the Crown Lands Office by Mr. Beddek, Crown Lands Agent. Lot 98 52 acres, selected by Colin Archer, 53/-5s ; Lot 83, 52 ditto, Wîlliam &nbsp; &nbsp; Archer, 53/-5s; lot 1, 6os/- ditto, F.J. &nbsp; Byerley, 61/5s; l0t 2. 49 ditto. John &nbsp; &nbsp; Scott,50/- lot 61 ditto, William &nbsp; &nbsp; Orr, 61/5d ; lot 101, 73 ditto, William &nbsp; Orr, 74/ 5-. Friday Jul 25 Lot 139, 45 acres, selected by Sir Charles Nicholson. ; lot 140, 51 &nbsp; ,ditto,Sir Charles Nicholson. 52/ 5s; lot &nbsp; &nbsp; 13 ,44 ditto, John Scott, 45/. Tuesday July 23 &nbsp; Lot 90, 54 acre leased by Coli» &nbsp; Archer,13s 6d half-year's rent : lot 152, &nbsp; &...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
By referring to our advertising columns, it will be seen that Mr. FITZSIMMONS, in reply to the requisition dispatched to him on thc 16th ult., has declared his &nbsp; intention of retaining his seat in the As- &nbsp; sembly until the close of the present session. Mr. W. H. WAlSH has an- &nbsp; nounced himself a candidate to fill the &nbsp; vacancy which will then be caused by &nbsp; &nbsp; the retirement of Mr. FITZSIMMONS. &nbsp; Three other names have been mentioned, &nbsp; but with regard to them we are unable as yet to speak authoritatively. &nbsp;
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS ??????? steamer from Brisbane ??? ??? Dr Callaghan, Mrs ? ? ? L?????, W. ? &nbsp; &nbsp; ?????????? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ???????? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ???????? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ??? ??? Mrs. Kelly and two children, Mr & Mrs ????? Mrs ??? and ? children, Mrs ???? Winterton and ??????. Miss ?Eastman, Mr M. ????, Mr &nbsp; ??????, Mr J ???? and 19 in the steerage. &nbsp; &nbsp;
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Letters intended for the columns of the BULLETIN &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; must have the name and address of the writer at- &nbsp; tched, not necessarily for publication, but as a &nbsp; guarantee of his good faith. Communications, in order to gain insertion, thould be &nbsp; short, and on matters of public utility. They should be written in a legible hand, and on &nbsp; one side of the paper only. The Editor wishes it to be distinctly understood, that he in any way identifies himself with the sentiments expressed by Correspondents. Silvio - Your attention is directed to our second standing notice, which states that com- munications, in order to gain insertion, must be on " matters of public utility." The subject of your letter appears simply to be a misunder- &nbsp; standing between the Rev. Mr. Sutton and his &nbsp; &nbsp; parishioners, and is therefore inadm...
The Rockbampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENLAND ADVERTESER SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
The Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1861. On the manifest of the Boomerang," &nbsp; &nbsp; we notice a number of packages marked &nbsp; " Northern Expedition," and on inquiry &nbsp; we find that they form part of the stores &nbsp; and equipment furnished by the Explo- &nbsp; ation Committee of Melbourne, for the &nbsp; purpose of discovering and assisting Mr. &nbsp; Burke, who, it will be remembered, &nbsp; &nbsp; started in the end of last year with the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; intention of reaching the Gulf of Car- &nbsp; &nbsp; pentaria, and of whom no tidings have &nbsp; &nbsp; been received since he left Cooper's Creek, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; on the 16th of December. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Committee having decided on the &nbsp; dispatch of the steamer " Victoria " t...
Monday, July 29. Before John Jardine, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
Monday, July 29. Before John Jardine, Esq., P.M. Helen Edwards and John Wilhams &nbsp; were fined 20s for drunkenness, or twenty-four hours in thc lock-up. &nbsp; Howard Martin, George M'Kenny, and Michael McKenny, were apprehended by virtue of a warrant, from the Mary- &nbsp; &nbsp; borough Bench, for absconding from the hired service of James Henry Ashton, &nbsp; circus proprietor. Forwarded to Mary- borough.
Tuesday, July 30. Before J. Jardine,Esq., P.M., and W. J. Brown, Esq., W.P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
Tuesday, July 30. Before J. Jardine, Esq., P.M., and W. &nbsp; J. Brown, Esq., W.P.M. James M'Claskey and Frederick Mat- &nbsp; thews, were charged with deserting the &nbsp; steamship Boomerang. Remanded till &nbsp; Friday. &nbsp; W. Brown was fined 20s for drunken- &nbsp; ness, or twenty-four hours in the watch- &nbsp; house. &nbsp; K. M. Hunter, agent for John Cham- &nbsp; pion, ? Peter Bell, defended by Mr. &nbsp; Bellas; charged for refusing to allow the &nbsp; lessees horses to be put incomplainants &nbsp; &nbsp; paddock. Case dismissed. &nbsp; Frank Leonard charged Jeremiah Mur- &nbsp; phy with unlawful detention of property. &nbsp; Case dismissed. &nbsp; Daniel N. Hain was charged with &nbsp; allowing his pigs to stray, and not ap- &nbsp; pearing, a warrant was issued for dis- &nbsp; obedience of summons, remanded unti...
Thursday, August 1. Before J. Jardine, Esq., P.M., and W. J Brown, W.P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 3 August 1861
Thursday, August 1. &nbsp; Before J. Jardine, Esq., P.M. and W.J. &nbsp; &nbsp; Brown, W.P.M. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas Brown was apprehended by &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; virtue of warrant from the Taroom &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bench, for feloniously stealing eight &nbsp; gallons rum and two pounds of tobacco. &nbsp; the property of John Scott, Esq. , of &nbsp; &nbsp; Palmtree Creek. Ordered to be forwarded to Taroom. James McClusky and Frederick Mat- thews, remanded from Tuesday. Fined two days pay, and the costs incurred. The remainder of their wages due to be paid into the Court, and their names &nbsp; &nbsp; erased from the ship's articles.