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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 June 1872
8bipping Announcements. TOHE AUSTRALASIAN .i «TEAM NAVIGATION ooMPANva STEAMSHIPS, " -,_,-.-^ Steamer on or about ? VeAfi^ay Hext. GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, «nd BRISBANE.-" lady Bowen," on or «bout Tuesday *«t. '? For NORTHERN POETS.-" Tinonee," on or about 6th instant. F. L. IURKEB, Agent. Bocthampton, Jone 1,1872. " RLACKBIBD," AND U «' LOBD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. "Lord Aeliler," from 8YDNE7 for QUEENSLAND POETS, on or «bout Sutur dey, June L "Olaokbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND POETS via SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 8. Al Greatly Seduced Farei and Freijhtt. B. If. HUNTER & 00., Agente. LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE ot CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. THE well-kpown Al clipper , (hip "LIGHT BRIGADE," _¿1244 tone regieter, under the Com- mand of GXOBOE HOLDEN, Eeq., ¡a appointed , SAIL FOB LONDON, MOX TBE POET OF BOOKBAJUPTON, * J- On or «bout . Mth JUNE WEXT. fiai eplendid accommodation for oil olauea of peiitcngers at il» following ntra, Tic, t SALOON .... . £60 0 SECO...
CALLIOPE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 June 1872
[FEOSI OÜB OWN OOEHEBPOKDBKTJ' SmcK the oollapso of the great Melbourn Company tilinga hare been remarkably doll opon tho Calliope, tbe reefing interest suffering especially by the failure of that great «windle, but we are recovering from the chock, and slowly but surely estabbihing our position to be ranked among the best reefing districts of the colony. Several roe fi are now to get a trial. Ur. M'Dougall, one of the proprietors of the Boyne crushing machine, having made arrangements to crush for the public Thia ia a move in the right direction. The price of crushing is 20s. per ton, while the cost of carting viii be from six to twelve shillings more. This it a heavy item, but each one of the six reefs about to be tested will bear this expense and still pay a good dividend to the clsimholders. The first upo» the list for crushing ia a lot cf atone from the Adelaide reef (about 160 tona), the property of Messrs. Meyer and Marsball. This reef is about one mile and a quarter from the...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 June 1872
TUE English mail, ri&lt;t Brisbane, elise* on or about Mondar next. A Supplementary mail, per direct boat, wlil be «ont if opportunity offer. A TELKORAU received in town from Sf. Low renee «tates that at the late races the Town Plate wns won bj Mr. E. Nash's ch.m. Slyboots. The Handicap wat also taken by the same mare. State of Hospital for week ending 31st May, 1372: - Admitted during the «eek-males 3. females 1 : discharged-males 5 ; died-males 2 (Thomas Greer and Walter Turnor) ; remainins in hospital-males 23, females 1, total 2t. Patients in venereal ward, 3. Visiting Com- mittee for June-Wm. Pattison, Esq., end H. W. Risien, Esq. Oy Friday next the " Alpha" quartKOrushiug machine will be eold by ouotion at Clermont by Messrs. A. M'ttfod and Co. We hipe that the machine, which is a powerful and efficient one, will be retained in the district, ns with good management in private hands it would certainly become « very remunerative property, and render valuable assistance i...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 June 1872
LOCAL ITEMS. AT the «hop of Ur. Munro, bookseller, East' street, waslatelyshown «specialen of 'stream tin,' and of tin ore evidently knocked off the surfac&lt; of a lode or reef. It was procured on the nor them watershed of Dawes Bange, within forty miles of Gladstone, by a miner believed to have been there iu aesrch of the more precious metal We shall be surprised if this district do not prove as rich in tin as it h» been shown to be in gold and copper. Alt aocident occurred on ISth May, near Lyon Creek to Mr. Morgan, who owns land in tbe locality, and has only just returned from a visit to England. He was riding his own hone, when the animal bucked and threw him off, causing him serious injury in the form ol dieloestioD of tbe anole. Dr. Robertson was immediately sent for, and fas patient was re- moved to tbs Hospital, where he died on the 18tb. AVONS the passengers by the "Balclutha," on 9th May, was Captain Reid, who is en route for. the Drummond Copper Mino, Peak Dotfus...
THE ZIEMAN MURDER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 June 1872
THE ZIEMAN MURDER TRIAL. THE southern papers contain very long reports of this important case. The following is a synopsis supplied by the Courier :— Simon Zieman, the murdered man, was a young German who served in France, and was not long a resident of the colony when he met his death. Patrick Collins, the man who is being tried for the crime, is a young man of about twenty-five years of age, and has not been noted as a peaceable or law-abiding citizen. He underwent a sentence for some offence in our penal establishment at St. Helena, and had only been released a few months prior to the murder which he stands charged with com- mitting. Simon Zieman was carrying on business, in partnership with his brother, at St. George, the firm conducting a very large trade in the western districts. On November 20 last, Zieman visited Tartulla station, which is the property of a man named William Beckett, with whom the firm of Zieman Brothers had some monetary transactions. Collins was em- ployed...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 June 1872
TUB HOBEST THOTH.-Aunt: "And so, Tom, you're learning music among oilier tilings. rio» do you like it ?" Tom : " I hate il !" Aunt : " Indeed ! Which of your studies do yon prefer ?" Tom : *' O-well-musio !" Tm WoBsnir OF MSMMOK.-" That poblica tions of all kinds, pictural end otherwise, relating to the late Mr. James Fisk should liavc been poured forth in abundance in New York was," the Pall Mall Gazelle remarks, "to hare been riposted. It was also to hare been expected that they would command a ready «ale. But, naturally es ell Ibis was, and bearing fully in mind the extraordinary naturo of the man's career, still the following statement of the aVrw Tort Time* is well calculated to arrest atten- tion :-'Thc salo of Fisk's photographs, and those of Hie fair and fat cause of thc fine that is said t > li »TO lcd to bis death, was great before Ihe event, but since then it lins attained pro- pitious that are smiting. In one little shop in a by-street down town, the sale of these por...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
SAMUEL PURCHASE, SOMERSET NURSERY, FABRAHATTA, NEW 80TJM WALKS. ORNAMENTAL TREES, Shrubs, Now and Bare Plante, fruit Troer, ¡¡c., forwarded to any part of tl» colony. Well and carefully paded. Catalogue» on application. Rockhampton Agent ^ B. L. DI ODIN, Denhem-etreet. NATIONAL HOTEL, OPPOSITE TBE WU A RTE S, GLADSTONE. JOHN W. CRAGG, iu announcing to hie friend« and the public that he boa ob- tained a transfer of the license of tho above house, truata to merit a continuance of the upport accorded to bis predecessor. The best WÜIOB, Spirits, and Malt Liquors. HARBISON, JONES, & DEVLIN, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, HOOL BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, uro CATTLE SALESMEN. Wool 8tores, Circular Quay] Sale Tarda Homebush, and Sydney ; Offices : Bell's Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney. F. F. BUDDEN HAS just added some Heavy Ship- ments to his Large and Varied Stock of Table Cutlery, Flatedwaro General and Furnishing Iron- mongery China, Glass and Earthenware Fancy Goods, Guns, and Ammu- n...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE BDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
CORRESPONDENCE. To THE BDITOB OF TOE BOLLBTUT. BIB,-In my humble judgment you have, in your lender of Saturday lut, struck the key note of the tune trbioh will alone restore harmony to the present end future working of our "Queens- land legislature. " Parliament may be pro* rogued ind reassembled at tome mora central place." Now thia touch of yours, though aound and fore-costing, ii not loud nor decided enough to please roe." Can any educated and intelligent man of the world doubt, that itt leas than ten years an attempt will be made to federate all the Aus tralasian-British colonies. If so, what is the most likely coarse to plsce Queensland on some- thing like an equality of influence with New South 'Wales, Victoria, and Kew Zealand P Reasonable men must admit that the present metropolitan distriet with its downs tributaries has already received all the encouragement and development it nan torn to account foi the next hslf score years. What has secured it thia preponderating share ...
DESTRUCTION OF BARKER AND CO'S TWEED FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
DEBTBUOHON OF BABEES ANO CO'S TWEED FACTORY. Ein.LT on the morning of the 17th May, Messrs. Barker and Oo.'o Tweed Manu- factory, near tho corner of Bathurst and SUBSBI streets, was destroyed by fire, together with the greater part of its contents, comprising a large quantity of valuable machinery and some undressed cloth. The factory consisted of a large and substantial-looking stone building of four Btories, about one hundred feet long, and fifty feet wide. A stone wall divided the building lengthwise,-the northern part beiug of newer con- struction than that on the south ; there were numerous doors and windows affording access from one side to the other. The canse of the fire is unknown Mr. W. Barker, and Mr. Vicars, his manager, passed through the building at 8 o'clock on the previous erening, when there was no indications of fire. The operatives worked until 10, the usual hour, when the building was closed by the foreman, the gos being turned off st the meter. Everything was th...
INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
ABBITAU. ^Circo, brigantine, 141 looa register, Captain ^IPWIUIO 8.-Willam mid Henry, cutter, 12 tous. T.. ^iobnson, muster, from Calliope Saw Mills. Cargo: 3000 rrlhardirood, consignad to J. FcrKUson. »uno 3.*~tady Bowen, B.S" 423 tons, Captain W. Cottier, from Brisbane, Maryborougb, and Gladstone. Faasongors-Mrs. Moran and clilld, Messrs. C. H. rollie, B. B. Joco», Eglinton, WllUlowsM, E. Amlug, A. Vojjoy, S. Brombcnç. A. s. Bell, A. Fyfe (M.I.A.), aud 20 la tue aleorago, including 10 South Boa Islanders. I Juno S.-(In Koppel Bar )-Egmont, s.s., 309 tons, Captain Durrell, from Sydney on tho 2lllli Instant. Passengers-Messrs. A. X. Boll, inttawskl, and 7 In tko etoorago. j
THE BURNING BARCOO. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
TEE Bctnrara BABOOO. I Ou a scorching bot day, in tbe month ot Doeembor, I struggled In vain my strength ts renew ; ITith rey noutti dry as charoo*!, tay blood In s fever, I I walked o'er tba plains of tho burning Barcoo. Hocked by tbe mingo of creek and lagoon, ' Tbe further X travelled tbe weaker I grow. Till worn out In the contest I threw myself down On those baked yellow plains of the burrang Barcoo, Hone bad nigh left rae, despair settled down O'er my wandoring «cuses, when arise* In view Thc figure on horseback of good If r. Brown, Elf'ng fast on tbe plains ot tbe buming Barcoo. Uko tho ancient Samaritan, with water and wino, Ito supnllod all my wants witta a kind word or two ; Having mounted on horseback, I then bid good bye To those cursed dry plains of tbe burning Barcoo.
The Rockhampton Bulletin WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
WITH WÏIlCIt IS INOOnpOllATKD THE GLAD S TO NS OBSEUVER. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 187Z. TUE passage in our English mail tele- gram which reflects so strongly upon Earl BELMORE, bas naturally excited some curiosity in the minds of those who are not well posted up in Kew South Wales politics. Most of us hare I enough to do to unravel the tangled web of public affairs in Queensland, and have neither the disposition nor the time to , consider those of our neighbours. It i may not be uninteresting, however, to glance briefly at the course of politics in I tlie parent colony, now that a new Ministry has come into office under such unusual and almost unprecedented circumstances. In January of the present year, the the MARTIN Cabinet sustained a sig- nificant defeat on ita Border Customs policy, and afterwards a large majority of the Legislative Assembly went so far os to refuse tho Supply necessary to meet the public liabilities then accruing. An Appropriation Act providing for the i January expen...
THE SONG OF THE SWAG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
THE 80X0 OF THE SWAG. (A Pondu m Tom Booüt " Tale of the Shirl." Walk, walk, walk. Whilst your footsteps lamolr lag. Walk, walk, walk, . WVlalsbigyou'tuesongof tho swag. Tramp, trame, tramp, a1! around is a BOB- 'ko plain. Tm mp, tramp, tramp, . 'TIS boneless tho water to grin. Death, death, death, While his tongue in his mouth grows black, Death, death, death, Then ho falls by tho silo of toe track. Hark.'üark, hark, 'Tis tho sound er tbe native dog's cooey, nark, hark, hark, They are full on the scent of his body. Hush, bush, hush. Lot your footsteps gently tread, Hush, bush, hush, Whilst the moon shines down on tbe dead.
COMMERCIAL. H.M. CUSTOMS.—ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
COMMERCIAL. H.M. CUSTOMS.-BO0KHAMPT0N. RETTBN of revenue rooeircd at tbe CustornB, Rockhampton, from tbo 1st to tbe 31st Moy, 1872 : £ 8. d. Brandy . 1,310 IO Ol Other Spirits, Cordials, or Strong Waters. 654 7 0 Beer.-in wood. 24 15 Ol " in bottle. 28 IO 0 Oils . 30 13 0 Tobacco. 693 10 0 Opium . 48 18 9 Tea . 243 9 6 Coffee . 45 6 2 Butter, Cheese, Biscuits, &c. ... 108 16 8 ; Sugar and Molasses . 16 5 5 Soap . 3 6 0 Rice and Meal . 15 2 IO Salt . 31 9 6 Potatoes and Hay . 42 2 5 Coals . 3 4 6 Wheat, Bran, &c. . 116 0 Fruits, Pickles, ix. 8 18 Ad Valorem . 586 4 0 Rum (Colonial), SCO gals. ... 166 16 0 Gold 2203 ozs. 13dwts. 14 gre. ... 186 1 2 Rent, Light Dues, Pilotago ... 196 3 4 Total.£4,566 10 9
THE PATRIOTS LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
TOE PATRIOTS LAMENT. Dh ! Erin, mr couatty, why wilt thou for orar, Lot tbo hool or tue Saxon tread upon you. Whilst the bright sword of freedom may struts tbs oppressor, Bomoojbcriag the glories of Brian Born. On tbe Field of Clontarf tba Celt met tbe Dane, In tbe cause of Ins country was eaob Irishman true ; Why should it not tuon stu) be tbe same, Bememberlng the glories of Brian Borat Then up with the groen flag of freedom ma bouchai. Wrist lt waves on our army, united and true, We may anser with contempt upon Shamus a'Hauibo, Bemomboriog the glories of Brion Boru. Shade of O'Connell, Groat Liberator, May Inland's sons prove worthy of you ; So bore's tb suoooss in a dbrop of tiio eratbur, Kot forgetting the glories at Brian Bo: a.
CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
CALENDAR. JUNE. MEMORANDA. MOON'S AQK j 1.35 p.11 * The liso of lido In Keppel Bav varies from 9ft. to Uft,, and nt tho t'pper Flats from 6ft. to 10ft. Depth of water at tho Upper Flat-in tho old or natural channel, at low wator springs, lft. 6tn; highest springs, lift. 6tn. Nen- cutting at low water springs, 6fL; In highem apring«, 16ft.-Tl io timo or high water ia slightly In- fluenced by freshet* and high winds, t Tho lidos roach tholr full at the Mot Station, Koppel i Bay, 2u. 40m. oarta and at Rockhampton »Qm. later han the hours namod tn tho above tablo.
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
MISCKLLANEi. [A OOBBBBPO&0E1IT eendi ni the following selections.] Kitract from » platform «peech in New Torie, being a specimen rather of tale talking than of 1'gbt reading :-" Viewing tho enbject from the eaoterie standpoint of Christian exegetical analysis and agglutinating the polyontbetical rctoblasl of homogeneous asoetiseism, you will at çnço, perceive the entire individuality-of that entity. Wlierea», on the other bead, viewing the subjects from the standpoint of incredulous synthesis which characterises the Xenooratic hierarchy of the Jews, you will at ones perceive the precisely antispuiatatic quality thereof.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
A JünrjiiN's REASON.-When n negro jury | in Mississippi went out to deliberate, ono juror asked another, "Is dis a banging case p" "To bc sure, niggor," was the answer. 41 Well," said the first juror, " dis nigger beerd ono dom lawyers sny dat boy's gose comin' back hero and hunt us if we bang bini. I no go for bangin and have dst boy's gose Toiler me ! No, sir." j Verdict of manslaughter, |
WRECK OF THE HANNAH BROOMFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
WRECK OP THE HANNAH BROOM- FIELD. OK Saturday Mr. Norris' schooner Bose, in charge of Mr. Dwyer, or the Violet (also Mr. Norris') arrived from tho wreck of (he Hannah Broomfield, now lying on a reef near the outer- most edge of tho Capricorn Group. Mr. Dwyer reports that tho Violet and Itoso both reached the neighbourhood of the wreck on thc aame day. The Violet, bring of very light draught, Mr. Dwyer waa enabled to tako inside the rec£, but the Rose ami the schooner Wave of lifo (Messrs. Warry, Marsh, and Co. owners) were compelled to lay to outside. The day after tho arrival of Mr. Norris' boats a heavy gale act in, and continued for seven days. When it moderated, efforts were made to save the cargo of the wrectod vessel. It seems that at low water the wreck oan bc veaohed from the Violet on foot ; the cargo, however, had to bc removed by small boote ot high water. By this means fifty tons of thc Hannah Broomficld'a cargo waa got on board tho Violet, and, in addition, ten or twelv...
MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
MANIFESTS. Juno 1.-Circe, brigantine, from Sydnoy : 19 drums m. lime, 10 drums boiled oil, 4 drums 2 cases acid, C.Q.M.P. Company ¡ 30 dray boxes, 10 bars iron, 13 bundles iron, bar steel, 2 pair dray Wools, 1 case ironmongery, 1 case car- tridges, 5 tonB freestone, 1 case 1 truss, Order ; 1 headstone, 5 tanks, 118 tons coal, O. B. 8haw ; 1 cast 1 aase powder, F. F. Budden ; 10 legs blasting powder, Bell and Gardner ; 4 bales hay, Order ; 10 bags onions, 2 bogs bacon, 68 bags maize, 50 bags potatoes, Wing Wah and Co. June 3.-Lady Bowen, s., from Brisbane: 1 case schnapps, 1 package, 1 trues, J. H. Boss, care Bhaw ; 6 boxes jams, 1 case, 2 kegs nails, F. F. Budden ; 12 cases jams, 6 boxes raisins, 4 casks currants, 2 cases, 12 hogsheads ole Petersen and Miller; 2 boxes tin, C. Woodier; 2 cases, 40 esses brandy, 64 mats sugar. Wing Wah; 16 casks beer, 2 kegs butter, 21 bags ?alt, 5 quarter-casks rum, 32 bags sugar, W. F. Walton ; 4 rolla matting, 8 cheats tea, B. M. Hunter and Co. ; 1...