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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

TUE Opposition have raised a great popular cry for Redistribution on the population basis. With a species of insanity or proud indifference to the mischief such a system would inflict upon thia part of Ibo colony, that cry bas been echoed and re echoed in Rock- hampton. Tho Ministerial Bill uow before Parliament provides that tbo East Moreton group and tho Fitzroy (or Rockhampton) group of electorates shall each bo represented by eight members. The former has 810!) adult males, and the latter 8097 ; eo that, in allotting each group eight members, the bill does strict justice between the two. Let us sec, however, how matters would stand were the population! basis adopted. The total population of the colonv is 120,114. lt is under thc new Bill, or, in round numbers, one member for each 3000 souls. Tho East Moreton group of electorates con- tains a population of 30,731, and could therefore claim len members ; while thc TUE London ZY'tites, ia an article on, the Thanksgiving Day, ronkes...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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A VICTORIAN MINISTER PUBLICLY REBUKED FOR PLAGIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

A VICTORIAN MINISTER TtTBLIOLY REBUKED FOU PLAGIARISM. TUE sill inge of tito commission of tho assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria wore commenced on Tuesday nt the Assembly-hall, Collins-street euBt, tlis Her. T. Mackenzie Fraser presiding as moderator. The business of both'tho rnorniug and tho evening sederunt was almost confined to tho discussion of the notorious Inglis scandal. An attempt was made to shelve all further dealing with the subject, on tho ground that it ' waB brought before the assembly in an informnl manner; but a motion tabled by Dr. Cairns, pledging the assembly to entertain tho reference of tho Melbourne Presbytery on the subject, was finally ; agreed to. A committee was then appointed to meet Mr. Inglis, converse with bim on the subject of the reference, and report to a future sederunt. An address ivas brought up by the Rev. Mr. Cairns and adopted expressive of thanks to God. for tho recovery to health of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. I At the sittings...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

MANIFESTS. INWARDS. May 28.-Adieu, brigantine, from Adelaide : 117 tone Dunn's flour, Brodnitz ; 80 tons Dugald's 6our, J. Palmer and Co.; 72 tons Verco and Lee's flour, A. Q. Henrique*. May 28.-Balclutha, s.s., from Sydnoy and Maryborough : 1 parcel, J. Williamson ; 1 oaeo woigliing machino, 60 cases brandy, IB cases old tom, 2 bundles buckets, 2 bundles tubs, 1 coso galvanised iron, 23 kegs nails, 6 grindstones, 10 casca champagne IO cases wine, W. Reid and Co. ; 3 rolla lend, S cases raddle, 4 drums turps, 1 case, 1 truck, J. Headrick and Co. ; 2 rases _ hardware, 2 drums oil, I quarter-tierce tobacco, **rTä35Tnpes, Eule and Lacy, care Thomson i 3 cases merchandise, 1 keg nails, 1 bundle* shovels, A. W. S. Smith; 15 cuies fruit, 2 hogs- heads Í tierce earthenware, 28 boga potatoes, W, B, Wright; 1 pair blocke and boxes, X Beattie ; 4 trunks 1 caso boots, G. Bleicher ; 7 quarter casks brandy, 6 caska sugar, 1 barrel coffee, 3 oases chicory, 20 cases schnapps, J. F. Beckorlog; 1 ca...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, AliE'VALS. MAY 28.-Adlou, brigantine, IM tons, J. HOBO, muter, ' from AAolaido. j May 28.-UHlfiltillin, s.s., Captain -from B.vdnoy i and MflrybormiKh. VasaongerB-Mrs. TVarnor pud two | children, Miss G rab am, Sites Arnold, Mosm. O, Buck- land. It OlftnvlU, FUzpr.vr.ck, Hale, F, Vallon, mid | saran in Ino stocrngc. DEPAttTtJBR. ! MnyS».--<JuMii.*.iVTi(l,a.,a?et<jnf, Contain Smith, for | niadstono, Itundnborg, Mftryhnmuffli, sud Jîrleli-iiio. , r«s#eDffers-Mlsi Dunn, Mt»> rs. Gayfer, OrorgoMtyfulro, ] Ecovo, W. F. Boriolmun, J. Wtirvcy, and ilfiocu in tho , «beenge.-~. . I

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

It ii related or a country gentleman of rnthei convivial babita, tbat one night, when return' inc borne rather the «orso for bia liberal potation*, he became impressed with the idea that a amati field in which lie found himecll waa bia own bedroom. De proceeded to undrcai but first carefully opened the gate, and put out his boola to ba blacker] in the moraine;. FBKSDBRE SUD SUEIXEE iKCOSirATIDLE. Doubt has been expressed as to the veracity of the following telegram which appeared theother doy in the Î7i»«.-" Her Majesty's sloop * Rosario,'' Commander Chalti', has shelled and destroyod the native village on the island where Bishop Patteeon was murdered." If the shell- ing and destruction of that native villogc is a fact, it was doubtless a measure which some insufferable outrage committed by the nitives had compelled a British officer lo execute. Snvages may be improved off tho faoe of the earth or on it, but the lotter improvement cannot bo combined with the former to any purpose ; ...

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MINING ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

MININO; ENTERPRISE. Tits following interesting paragraphs nro culled from our last files of the S. M. Bbrald: The Drummond Copper Company has secured (he services of an experienced Cornish captain, who, with other-men engaged hero, hus pro- ceeded to the. mine. The ore found on the properly is said to bs quite equal to that of the Veale Downs Company, «hose ground adjoint. The prospects of the latter proprietary are quite equal to any in Australia. Splendid ore is now being ' raised, and a large quantity of refined copper has lately left tbs mine for tho home market. From the high price of copper in England, it is expected that the next balanee .heatdssued will be the most satisfactory ever présent ed to a meeting of shareholders on Ibis side of <be line. Tbi excitement respecting tho tin discoveries is almost«s great ns thst respecting the gold. Many companies have already been formed, end hundreds hate been induced to «peculate, confident that tin mining will not only b...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. Wednesday, 5.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTDA.MAH iSSOCIATEU riiïPB TELSOBUIS. KRISBANE. Wednesday, 6'55 p.m. ts the Legislativo Assembly yesterday lite petition from Rockhampton vat presented by air. Fyfe. It was found to be informal, as it referred to a previous debato in the House, in contravention of the 201st Standing Order. It could not therefore be received. afr. Johnston (Ipswich member) then pro- posed that tho House proceed with Supply, rle said that if nftor the Appropriation Bill had passed the Government did not go on with the Redistribution Bill, he would join the Opposition. Messrs. Clarke, Graham, Morehead, and Ferrett all said the same. Messrs. Stephens, King, and M'Dcritt said Mr. Johnston's proposal was no compromise, but involved un absolute surrender of the posilion to tho Government, which they certainly would not consent to. The House rose nt tire o'clock. To-day, thc debate is proceeding in tho same manner. There is no sign of any arrangement.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

serious attention of the members of her MAJESTY'S Opposition ia the Legisla- tive Assembly of Queensland : " Timi wherever they will, strangeT among u> must find the ovidence or loyally simply bewildering to them. We wish wo could im- part the secret of this satisfaction to the rest of tho world, so that we might see irreconcilable discords disappear and be replaced by a steady resolution to work out the destinies of nations by peaceful persuasion and conversion of the national will-in other words, through repré- sentative institutions accepting and yielding obedience te the decisions oj Parliaments until changes in the opinions and judgments of a people produce corresponding changes in tba policy of their representatives. Tho principie seems easy to UB, for the supremacy of Parlia- ment is milk us the fini lam of national life ; no one dreams of disputing it, no one distrusts the ultimate wisdom of the decisions st which the representatives of the people arrive; but examples nee...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

MELBOURNE. j Wednesday Evening. Tho Chamber of Commerce hero resolved lo j oppose thc Californian mail contract, 1 liiere ia considerable speculation in salt.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

TR* WOEBHTP OF Uaxuoir.-" That publica- tions of all kinds, picton! and otherwise, relating to the late Mr. James Fisk should have been poured forth in abundanoe in New York woe," the Pall Mall Gazette remarks, "to bave been expected. It wat alto to have been expected that tbe; would command a read; tale. But, naturall; at ell this was, and bearing fully in mind the extraordinary nature of the man's career, still the following statement of the Nea Torte Time» is well calculated to arrest atten- tion :-' Thc sale of Fisk's photographs, sod thote of the fair and fat cause of the Une that j is said to bave led to his death, was great before i the event, but since then it has attained pro- j portions that are amazing. In one little shop in ¡ a by-street down town, the sale of these nor- ¡ traits was not leas than 8,600 daily for a fortnight j or three weeks after the assassination, and one i day it reached the enormous figure of 6500 and more. What must it have been throughout the city ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

SYDNKY. Wedneeda; livening. Mr. G. A. Lloyd has been returned for New- castle. A respectably dressed mee, supposed to be , named Crawley and recently from Melbourne, has been found with his throat cut near Fort Macquarie. Orer thirteen hundred pounds (£1300) were found in his pockets. A girl named WoodB has been arrested for infanticide. Ibo " St. John " brings Californian papers to the 14th of April. Hunk of .England die count 4. The Queen is well. The Alabama question is unaltered. Prince Bismark opened tho Gorman Parlia- ment. He considers Continental nttairs pacific. The Spanish elections hare giren the govern- ment a large majority. The Governor of Cuba has been recalled. Thc boiler of the steamer " Oceanus " ex- ploded on the Mississippi Airer, causing the loss of eighty lives. Grant's re-election is becoming more certain. The Mexican rebellion is being suppressed. Tho "Mary Edith," lumber laden, from Oregon, «us wrecked at Noumea. Thc vessel and cargo are insured herc.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTH. JENKYN.—On the 27th May, at Athelstane Range, the   wife of the Rev. T. Jenkyn, of a son.

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MR, DUFFY IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

MB, DUFFY IN TROUBLE. THE appointment of Mr. J. Cashel Hoe;, one of Mr. Duffy's patriotic confederates in Ire- land, to the* post of Secretary to tlio Agent General in London, threatens to overthrow the Victoria Cabinet. The Australasian ot May 18 remarks i Thc recent appointment of a secretary to the agent-general is a pleasing proof of tbtt eternal fitness af things, that pre-established harmony by «hieb the world is pervaded. The lately appointed agent-generol. Mr. Childers, was authorised by the Government here to nominate one of the commissioners of the colony to the office, and Mr. Childers named Mr. Cashel Hory, subject to the confirmation of the appointment by the Government of Victoria. Mr. Hoey was, many years ago, one of the editors of the Nation, and by a strange coinci- dence one of hie colleagues is at tbs head of the Government here ut the time tbul Mr. Hoey receives this appointment. And thuB a singular chance enablod Mr. Duffy, by giving the con- firmation sought, t...

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A TWO HUNDRED MILES DRIVE PER ROYAL MAIL COACH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

A TWO HUNDRED MILES" DRIVE PER , BOYAL MAIL COACH. "IBIS" writing to tba Peale Bowns Telegram, give« tbe following graphic sketch ' of tho journey by the Royal Mu.il Coach from Peak Down« to Rockhampton . " It is very fortunate that civilisation contains within itself the condition« necessary for the occasional endurance of the most intolerable discomfort ; for we are thereby made contented with our lot, whatever it may be, and taught by thc experience of greeter evils to besr with equanimity the ordinary and everyday disap- pointments and trials of life. The establish- ment of a line of mail coaches from Clermont to the coast is no doubt a step in advance, and a proof of our superiorly over those who per- formed the journey on horseback, to the great detriment of their persons, .or on the top of a load of wool to thc destruction of their patience. At the same time it supplies traveller with one of those opportunities for excessive discomfort spoken of above. This is not the fault o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

Wu otarra by advertisement that the , «teamer "Black Biran" sails for Brisbane at ' four o'clock this afternoon. RAOT appears to bave fallen at several of the coast towns yesterday. At Gladstone, with a south-westerly wind, tbs rainfall waa 0-09 in.; St. Lawrence, with southerly wind, 0*01 in.; and at Cardwell, calm showery, 0'41 in. iL COSassrorosKT writing from CopperSsU - on tile BStb ultimo atys :-" I hope that the , extension of the northern lino will be decided on in preference to any schéma from Broad- sound. It is a pity that legislation continues to be impeded by party feeling." THI PorrsD OF FLESH.-The following little extract from Ute Parliamentary report of the Sginen Morning Herald, in reference to tho extra day's salary paid to the Earl of Belmore, .> it worth quoting:-"Ur. Tunks, with tho - permission of the.HouBC, and the concurrence ? of the han. the Tivueurer, inquired whether it was trae that His Excellency tho late Governor forwarded to the Colonial Treasurer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the Posl-offloe, Rockhampton ¡ if not claimed on or before tbe 10th June, 1872, «rill be for- warded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane. JAMES E. O. DALY, Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton, May 18,1872, Anderson, Jens j Applbay, W. ¡ Arends, Fredrick Beaufort, Arthur D.j Ball, David j Berger, Julias ¡ Black, John j (North sido) ; Burns, Charles ; Burns, James ; Burridge, G. W. Calloway, Mrs. (Blue Bell Hotel) ; Ourlbrrg, John; Carle, Martha (2) ¡ Carlsèn, Amalia; Choice, Mr. j Conegban, A. ¡ Conaghan, John (carrier) ; Conuchan John (Lilyvale). Donelly, Jae. ; Douglas, Mrs. Annie B. ; Duffy, Mrs. M. A. ; Dunn, Patrick. Faith, Mr. ; Fernán, Miss F. -, Flood, J. A. (3 Garton, Mr. ¡ Geiger, J. ¡ Gordon, Peter j Grabouaki, Meister ; Greer, Thomas. Hancock, J. ¡ Hansen, 8. P, ; Hansen, F. ; Hoare, Esq.; Hogan, Missj Mary; Hughes, Charles (care of C. W. Walker). Jackson, Alexanders Jonsen, Christiene; Johannscn, G.; Jury, John. Kearney, Mrs. Bridget \ Keane...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

TÍIE audacity with which certain speakers and writers pervert the truth is astounding. Vor example,] Governor KoiiM.VNnr's dictum is declared to1 differ from that of Ear) KIMIIERI.EV, when, as a matter of fact, those two authorities are thoroughly and essentially in accord. Earl KIMÎ!EIU,EY, in the celebrated dis- patch which hos been so shamelessly misquoted-after saying that tho most obvious course of proceeding in the case stated would have been to scud for the leader of the Opposition-ob- serves t As, however, you were of opinion that tile best course WOB to retain your present Ministers, and lo dissolve Parliament under their auspices, I am not disposed to question your discretion. So much dependa upon the particular circum- stances of tho moment, which can only be thoroughly appreciated by ono who is on the spot, that your judgment must cirry with it great weight ; and the situation was undoubtedly one of peculiar difficulty, in which the most ¡ obvious mode of proceeding was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

Shipping Announcement«. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION ^COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. Tor SYDNEY.-" Balclutha," To-morrow i Morning, *t 4 o'clock. \ Por GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, and ? BRISBANE.-" lad; Bowen,"- on or »bout Tuesday nert. *For WOBTHRBN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or »IwutBrd proximo. " ? ?"? , J*& tmtotoitäjim.-" Black An**' ... iHtEY," .jAtftej," '.furn 6YDKEX for vuiwnJsTiAZrD POETS, on or «bout Satur- aba*»» 1.'., , ? « Blackbird,". «om MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND fOBTS «ut SYDNEY, on or «boot Saturday, June 8. At Greatly Heiuced Fara and Freight*. . ; , B M. HUNTER 4 CO., Agenta. LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE ,' JéÉIPPEB PASSENGER SHIPS. jj^' fPHE well-known Al clipper * * «Hp "WGHT BRIGADE," _,12« ton» register, under the Com-. unid pf GEOBOB HOIDKK, Esq., ¡a appointed' SAIL FOR LONDON, moit ma POET OF ROCKHAMPTON, ? ? - On or «bout 16th J tr NB NEXT. Hoi eplendid accommodation for all classes of | passenger* at the following rates, viz.. : . SALOON ... .£60 O "SECOND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

CST For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, &c., please see Front ï?age. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE. FORMS of APPLICATION in the terms of (be Elect ¡ona Act ¿if 1872, are nov ON SALE at the Bulletin Office. Price Sd. roch, with a considerable reduction when required in large numbers. Ifajf These forres include the "declaration," without which no Application cnn be received. LIME! LIME! ! LIME ! ! ! MESSES. R. MTHÜNTER & CO. hare ON SALE-Best Bosch «nd filsell Lune from Hr. W. BLACK'S «»en- more Lime Kilns. DUFFIELDS FLOUR. NOW LANDING, es « ADIEU," direot from Adelaide, a shipment of the above favourite brand in 200 lb. Bags 100 " Bags 60 " Bags. J. PALMER & CO., Snip Agents for northampton. Hr. HENRY HTJET, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, rtocKiuMPron. /"CONSULTING ROOMS opposite ^ Bell and Oarduev's, East-street. Also at his private residence, Quay-street, by appoint- ment. HOWARD SMITli, TOBACCONIST »KD NEWS AGENT, C...

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ROCKHAMPTON LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 May 1872

ROCKliaMlTON LAND COÜHT. TUE following applications were considered bj Ute Acting Land Commissioner on the Mihi instant :- ' ' No.-485. Thomas Francis, ; conditional pur-* chiao, 80 acres second-class pastoral, on Glen-' more Run ; rent £2 ; surrey fee 434 18s. Ac- cepted provisionally. No 486-John Cowan, bomost^d selection, 160 acres first-class pastor»), on Calliungal No. 1 Run ; rent £1 ; surrey fee £5 16s. Accepted provisionally. -No. 487.-John Cameron M'Donald, con- ditional purchase, 8 acree first-class pastoral, l>I ocres second-class pastoral, portions 336, 337, 350,331, parish of Nichols in ¡ rent £2 ; surrey fee £4 8s. Accepted provisionally. No 488.-Edmund G. h. Wood, conditional purchase, 640 acres second-class pastoral, on Calliungal No. 3 Run ; rent £IG ¡ survey fee £8. Accepted provision ally. No. 489 -Australian Joint Stock Corporation preemptive selection 1310, second-class patton!, on Cowarral Run (leased portion) ; rent, £32 13s. ¡ surrey feo £16. Accented prov...

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