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Tuesday, May 28. THE ROCKHAMPTON PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
Tuesday, May 28. CITE EOCKDIMPTOK IETITIOK. Un. Frat presented a petition from four hundred of the inhabitant* of Rockhampton, praying for a discontinuance uf the deadlock. Tho petition ret forth that the Redistribution Bill was not a question of suoh extrome urgency at the present time that its consideration should st >p the way of Supply, and quoted from a i speech of afr. L'Hey'e, delirored last Bession, in j whioh tho hon. gentleman stated that the present fiovse should not deal % 'th thtt-epestüm. The speaker said that the petition was con- trary to the Standing Orders, inasmuch as it referred to a previous debate in that House, and could not therefore be received. SOMIT. On the motion of Ur. Bell, the Speaker left tho chair, and the House went into Committee of Supply. Ur. Stephena movod that the Chairman report no progress, or progress, whichever he plessed. (Laughter.) Ur. Fyfe was very sorry that the compromise whioh had been suggested by him and aome hon. members bad no...
Monday, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
Monday, Juna 3. Before the Police Magistrate. Ono drunkard was ordered to forfeit the sum of 20B., or in default of payment to take twenty four hours' imprisonment. Frederick Hsgerman, whose indecent be- haviour in East-street betwoen tho hours of eleven o'clock and noon on Sunday called for the interference of Constable Hickey, was mulct in tho sum of £5. The find waa paid.
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIA» ASSOCIATED FBESS TELEQBAUB. SYDNEÎ. ..... p.. Monday Evening. " B. M. S. Nubia" arrived here at fire o'clock yesterday afternoon. Sir Hercules Robinson, tbe new Governor, i landed officially to-day. There was a largecrowd of I spectators. The City Corporation presented an ! address of welcome, to which His Excellency I made a short reply. 1 The Volunteers lined the route to Govern- j nient House, where 8ir Hercules was sworn. 1 A levee is announced for to-morrow. Nichols and Lester are to be bung on the 18th instant. The steamer "Clarence" was wreckod near Kangaroo Point during a fog yesterday. The passengers and crew were saved. Tho vessel is high and dry at low water, and there is no chance of getting her off.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
DENISON HOUSE. ISLES, FINNEY, & CO., jgEG to announce the arrival of their NSW WINTER GOODS OOHSIBTIHO OP BLANKETS FLANNELS SHEETINGS GBET & WHITE CALICOES COLOURED & WHITE QUILTS HOLLANDS. FRENCH MERINOEB REPS LLAMAS WINCEYS And a Largo Lot of FANCY DRESS MATERIALS. LADIES' VELVETEEN, OLOTH, AND . SILE JACKETS LADIES' & CHILDREN'S TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED STRAW HATS-in great variety. LADIES' STAYS AND UNDER- CLOTHING BABY LINEN, &r. GLOVES HOSIERY RIBBONS LACES TRIMMINGS, end HABERDASHERY. BLACK & COL0ÜBED SILKS VELVETS & SATINS MEN'S CLOTHING SHIRTS TIES COLLARS HATS, Ac. ! ISLES, FINNEY &GO I DENISON JIOÜSE. AT WM. HOPKINS', BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, $c, EAST-STREET. ItfEW MAP of~QTJEEN8LAND, fron) 2s. 6d. to 15«. each. Explorera Map of Australia, la, Bockuampton, St. YlABLY VOLUMES. British Workman, 2s. Good Words, 9s. 6d. British Workwoman, 2s. Infants' Magasine, St. Band of Bope, ls. 6d. Kind Words, 4s. BOTS' Annual, 8s...
ROCKHAMPTON MUTUAL PROVIDENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY, No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
ROCKHAMPTON MUTUAL PROVIDENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY, No. i. THE drat annual meeting of tho abovo society was held in tbe secretary's offices, Denham Chambers, on Friday ovoning last, Mr, A. Feez in tlie cbair. The annual report read by the secretary con- gratulated the members on the prosperous con- dition of tho society. £2175 had been advanced during the year ut an average rate of interest of 17 per cent per annum. Tho demand for money had been so great that the directors had made application to the Australian Joint Stock Bank for a further advance of £600, in addition to the £1200 already obtained. Tho share list had not filled up so rapidly as was first anticipated, there being now 183 shares hold by 36 members, but it is exported that additional shares will shortly bo taken up. The oxpenses had been heavier than was anticipated, but it was proposed to reduce the directors' end auditors' fees and the secretary's salary, which were fixed at the com- mencement of the Bociety in expe...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
zxpouNDiifas. ROCKHAMPTON.-From Woodend Paddock, on 10th May, 1872, by Mr. W. Belfield :-Yellow and white cow, branded WU off ribs, with strawberry bull calf nt foot. Yellow strawberry cow, WB off rib,', with nd and white heifer calf at foot. Straw- berry cow, WB off ribs, off ear marked. If not eleased will be sold 6th June, 1872.-GEO. Ba.HHt.lu>, Poundkeeper. BAKANA.-From Glenmoral, on May 10,1872, by order of W. Scott, Esq. Driving, 8s. each : Bay draught horse, alar, small white patch off ribs, two hind feet white, branded 39 over li near shoulder, like illegible brand off ribs. Bay draught mare, star, branded like Ci over like O ii noar shoulder. Bay draught horse, smell alar, near fare fetlock white, branded like WS blotched near shoulder. Bay maro, small star, branded like f-sJ (crossed) near shoulder, triangle near thigh. Horse foal at foot unbranded. Dark iron grey Illly, illegible brands near shoulder, bang tail. If not released will be sold loth June, 1872. B. M'Lxon, ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BELL.—On the 3rd instant, Bolsover-street, Rockhamp- ton, the wife of Mr. R. Bell, of a daughter. BENNETT.—On the 2nd instant, at her residence, Campbell-street, Mrs. G. H. Bennett, of a son.
OF THE MONTH. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
^^^^VoF THE MONTH. ^HRr SFEOUiv oonnüsroKUENT ] ^^^^J&hensttei-Schwungau, Saviour ^^Kmety : bf Robert browning, 5s. BpTOitli Bider and Co.) This now poem ^of Mr. Browning is characteristic of its author. It shows a combination of analytical and dramatical shill which is peculiarly his own, as ho probeB deep recesses of human nature, and reveals the working of variously constituted minds.- Tho poem is in the form of a monologue. - Who the Prince is, it is hard to say. Ho is like and yet not like Napoleon III. The poem needs reading more than once iu order to grasp ils meaning, and the reader can hardly be euro even then that he has done so. A« Hawthorne says of Mr. Browning, "his poetry can seldom proceed far with- out running into the high gross of latent meanings and obscure allusions." The Debatable Land bettoeen this World and Ute Next: by Robert Dale Owen, Os. (Triibuer). Mr. Owen is the distinguished son of a famous lather, and he has a high reputation in America. Ho wa...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
THE STATE or ICELAND.-Many persona (tay our Dublin correspondent) argue favourably as to the condition of opinion in Ireland, end the prospects of the future, from tbe small degree of interest taken anywhere in the celebrations which tba pro-Fenian part* organised io con- nection wilb 8L Patriot's Day. There are un- doubtedly a good nany who think that the rest of the '"political prisoners," as they are ulled, might now safely be released, but beyond thia sentiment there waa not o tra oe of reality or purpose in the demonstrations in Cork, Drogheda, end other places. The > soiree and ball in Dublin were a conspicuous failure. Mr. Butt alone, of the leaders, appeared, Mr. John Martin, M.F., and Mr. A. M. Sullivan, one of the Nation, having sought an audience in Glasgow, where the latter predicted the decline of Englard from the lowering of the standard of height for recruits.-P. H. Gazette. THI JuBt-BOi OF THE FcTtraE.--A terrible trial according to a Note io the Pall Hall Gazette...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
OFFICIAI NOTIFICATIONS, TEE tallowing notifications appear in Saturday week's Gazette . REBBBVM.-The following reserves are pro- claimed:-26 square miles for township of Nebo ; i square miles for township of Bolles- ton, Leichhardt District i 610 acres for camping ground on tba road between Townsville and Ravenswood; 221 aores on left bank of the Ross River, and 308 acres for similar purpose ( 1627 acres at the foot of Hervey's Binge for camping ground, on tbe road from Townsville to Gilberton. TENDUES.-Tenders will be received at the Department of Public Works, and at the Court House, Rockhampton, antil four o'clock on Friday, July 6, for tbe erection of public offices et Rockhampton
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
Shipping Annor loements. ila, THE AUSTRALASIAN SfSfTRk, 1 8TKAM NAVIGATION j¡¡g¡Bffig»OOMPANY'8 STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY.-" Steamer on or about Thiunday next, For GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, ana BRISBANE.-" Lady. Mono»/' un Wed- nesday Morning. - For NORTHERN VOB.TB.-y Tinonee," on or about 8tb initant. ^ ? F. Ii. BARKER, Agent ^BooMiimptoD, Juñé 4,1678. Sa'"-? " RLACKBIED," AND »?> "LOUD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. "Lord Ashley," from SYDNEY for QUEENSLAND POETS, on or about Tue«, day, June 4. "Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND FORTS ria SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 29. - At Greatly Seduced Farei and li-eijhtt. B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agenta. HAE-RIS' LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. THE well-known Al clipper , ahip "LIGHT BRIGADE," _.12? Hons register, under the Com- mand of QEOBOS Bowns, Seq., ii appointed SAIL FOR LONDON, TOOK TOE POET OF ROCKHAMPTON, On or about 15th JUNE NEXT. Haa aplendid accommodation for all classes of passengers at Hie f...
Wednesday, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
ireánetJaif, Mai/ 22. Air. Fyfe, who waa almost inaudible in the gallery, waa understood to say that III» state of affairs lind in hie opinion continued long enough, and lie thought that if an assurance were given by thc hon. gentleman at the head of thc Government that thc consideration of the j Estimates and the Redistribution Rill would I go hand in hand, both sides of thc House would agree to go on with tho business. After a debate of considerable length, chiefly sustained by members of tho Opposition, Mr. Graham said it appeared to him that tho question was simply this : The Opposition were ¡ quite ready ta go into Supply hand-in-hand with the Redistribution Rill, provided they got a guarantee that thc lutter mensuro should be pussod through committee before the Appro* priation Bill was passed ; on tho other band, the Government wero ready to go on with ; Supply, and thc Redistribution Bill in the same ! way, provided they got a guarantee that the I Appropriation Bill should be...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 4 June 1872
THE English Moil, per " Lady Bowen," wil close ot the Post Offtoe, Rockhampton, qt 7 a.m. to-morrow.' ATTENTION I'S particularly directed to Mr. S. B. Baris' sale of choice town snd suburban properties, advertised to tike placo to-day. ADVT. MB. Fr«¡, M.L.A., arrived by last night's steamer, baring, we understand, ascertained that there would be no House during the current week in consequence of tbe Ipswich races. TUE usual fortnightly meeting of the Glad- stone Municipal Council was held on the 27th ultimo. The only business of iraporlonoo was the election of Alderman Hawthorne es Mayor, in the room of Mr. Wilkins, resigned. WE aro requested to call attention to the choice groceries and oilmen's atoros to be sold on tbs premises of Messrs. B. Walker and Co. to-mórrow. Tko stock is all of the best quality, and baring been but recently im- ported from tho southern markets, is in unex- ceptionable condition. The terms of payment aro very liberal.-ADVT. «? THE following is tbe report o...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
IMPOUNDINGS. GLADSTONE-From Rodd's Bay, May 30, by order of A Norton, Es.q , driving 4s each -1 Bay horse, abort docked tail, like RE near shoulder. 1 Chestnut filly, like S off saddle 1 Bay horse, oo near shoulder, (¡atula, hip down If net released will be sold 25th June, 1872-JosBru WILSON, Poundkceper BANANA -From Glenmoral, on May 10,1872, by or 1er of W. Scott, Ksq Driving, 8s each - Buy draught horse, star, email white patch off ribs, tno lund feet white, branded H over It near shoulder, like illegible brand off ribs Bay draught mare, star, branded like C4 over like O M near ehoulder. Bay draught horse, small star, near fore fetlock white, branded like Wa blotched near shoulder Bay mare, small star, branded like t-sJ (eiossed) near shoulder, triangle near thigh Horse foal al foot unbranded Dark iron grey filly, illegible brands near shoulder, bang tail If not released will be sold 15th June, 1872 R M'LEOD, Poundkeeper CLEHMOM -From Albro, on the lilli May, 1872, by order of Me...
ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN IN LONDON. TUE following are extracts from Anglo Australian's letter in the European Mail of 10th April, just to hand per " Black Swan " and Messrs. Berkelman and Co.'s si earner " Ant": The high price of copper, now worth from £103 to £105 per ton, must give a great impetus to the miniug industry in South Australia, nor does there appear to be any indication of the price re- ceding ; on the contrary, there is every probability of a further rise, owing to the known small stocks in Chili. I must not forget to congratulate the colonists upon another very important iudustry about to be developed in New South Wales, iu the district of Clarence in the northern part of the colony, between the Macleay and Clarence Hivers, and contiguous to the Queens- land frontier. Australia seems to be taking great strides towards recovering the lost grouud of tho past four years. Her mineral resources are daily being more and more known, while the advance in price in the metal market mu...
MISCELLANEOUS ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
MISCELLANEOUS ENGLISH ITEMS. The remains of William Charles Wentworth, Esq., the eminent Australien barrister and statesman, were temporarily deposited in Can ford Churchyard, Wimborne, Dorset, on the 26th ulL, prior to their being subsequently removed to the family seat. Vaucluse, Sydney, New South Wales. The funeral was strictly private. Captain Coote leaves for Tasmania by this snail, accompanied by a full stan" of engineers and the representatives of the firm of Messrs. Edwin Clark, Punchard and Co,, the eminent contractors, who bave undertaken the comple- tion and working of the line of railway from Hobart Town to Launceston within four years. At a dinner just given the gallant captain was presented with a testimonial, oonsisting of a valuable chronometer watch with appendages. BEAtmrpx FOB EVER.-The latest Now York discovery is "Immortality." A woman is the discoverer, and for a consideration-a very high one-pours something into your eyes, something else into your ears, rubs y...