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THE ENGLISH MAIL. (From the Home News, April 19.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
THE ENGLISH MAIL. (From the Home Netft, April 19J HEU MAJESTY left England for G-cr many soon after Hie dispatch of our last issue. The Queen's avowed object was to pay a visit of sympathy to lier neice, the Duchess of Schleswig-Holstein, on a recent bereavement. Rut this reason hns not been nearly sufficient for those who know everything, and they insisted that Queen Victoria went on a mission of a matrimonial kind. If so, tbe secret has been excessively well kept, and we bad no account of Her Majesty's meet- ing with any potentate with whom she could open interesting negotiations. The Queen went and returned through Franco, but made no stay in Paris, and studiously avoided the sight of any one of the ruins. This will bo universally considered an evidence of the good tasto which characterises our monarch, and it may be remembered that soon after the siege the sensitive French com- plained of exactly the reverse kind of conduct on the part of distinguished personages who should hare...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
COMMERCIAL. CUBITS Aim WOEMALD report that their aecond sale by auction of V.D.L. produce for this year, ex India, held yesterday, was remarkably well attended by buyers, whose spirited competition for all lots secured the following srtisfactory rates, vis. ?-Hay, £9; potatoes, £8 to £8 13s. 6d. i ornons, £7 (poor sample) ; oats, 4s. to 4s. 6d. ; bran, Is. 7td. to Is. 9d. ; jams, 7s. 6d. ; tart fruits, 8s. to 8s. 3d. ; green fruits (apples), 9s. to 10s. 6d. ; palings, 13s. 6d., 14s. to 15s. Commercial Sales Booms, June 11,1872.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
Charles A Smith, aged nine years, who, at the risk of his own life, saved that of lue baby brother, who had fallen into the Yarra Tarra, near Melbourne, on the 13th of December last, was at a meeting of the Royal Humane Socioty held on the 19th March, on the recommendation of Earl Kimberley, awarded the society's silver medallion as recogmtiin of his heroism This ought to have a good effect on the Melbourne lads ME Bnioitr ON THE AUEBICIN CASE -The Acui York Eleiuny Mail publishes the following letter on the American case, addressed by Mr Bright to Mr Cyrus W Field It is dated Rochdale, the 1st of March, and although written as a private letter, is made public by Mr Bright1» permission -" This trouble about the treaty is very unfortunate I think your letter admirable, and I hope it will do good in the States where I presume it will be published I confess I am greatly surprised at the ' case ' to be submitted to the Geneva lnbunal There is too much of what we call ' attorney ship ' i...
LONDON WOOL MARKET. (From the Home News, April 19.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
LONDON WOOL MARKET. (From the Home News, April 19.) THE second senes of colonial wool sales for the Îear commenced on April 11, and will probably oat till May la Mr. H Schwartze reports - Sydney. 6,074 bales Port Phillip .10,427 " j Hew Zealand ... 1,719 ?> Adelaide ... 3,324 ,, Swan River . 201 " Cape. 2,663 » Sundries . 82 » Total ... .. 24,490 bales For the best Australian wool-from 2s 8d upwards-the sams is paid aa in the highest tune in February. The medium and good qualities between 2s. 2d to 2s 6d., are just a shade lower than st the close of lost series The difference is rarely more than id, and not unfrequenlly there is no difference at all Inferior wools, both washed and greasy, hare fallen Id , and the same may be said of lambs, Îneccs, and locke Bearing in mind the high evel on which prices stand, and considering that the mero fact of their stability being doubted would necessarily produce some depression, the above result cannot but be considered as evidencing a very...
NORTHERN DISTRICT COURT. Monday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
NORTHERN DISTRICT COURT. Monday, June 10. OK the opening of the doors of tho Court ycBterdav morning, at ten o'clock, the Registrar stated that owing to the detention of the steamer, His Honor Mr Distnct Judge Hirst was unable to attend at the hour named in the proclamation for the sitting of the Court The Begistrar called over the Jury list, and thereupon adjourned the sittings until two o'clock in the afternoon At two o'clock yesterday afternoon the Begistrar adjourned the sittings of the Court in its criminal jurisdiction until nine o'clock on Wednesday (to morrow) morning The Registrar stated that he was in receipt of a telegram from his Honor, informing bim that in all probabi'ity the steamer "Queensland" would not reach Rockhampton until noon on Tuesday (to-day) Jurors and witnesses will require to be punctual in attendance on the day to wbioh the Court is adjourned
OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From the Mackay Mercury, June 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From tie Mackay Mercury, June \.) A EEBioüS outrage has boen committed by the blacks, who for some time past had been allowed to camp near the Head Station, Plane i Creek, where they were kindly treated by Messrs. Bell and Atherton, who distributed to I thom the Government blankets, etc., and it was supposed that in future thoy would be peace- able j but kindness proved to be thrown away upon these savages, as on Saturday last tboy attempted to murder Mr. Muggleton, who resides on a selection, some two mileB distant from the Head Station. A house is in course of being erected at this selection, the two skillion rooms at the back being the only part finished. In these rooms Mr. Muggleton with his wife and children resided ; there was also on that night a boy, a son of a neighbouring settler, stopping at the place for the night. About ten o'clock, when the fumüy were about to retire, a lot of blacks esme to the place and demanded "bacca!" using threatening lan...
CALENDAR, JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
CALENDAR. TONE. MEMORANDA Moos 6 AOÏ 1 213 315 387 to 422 445 1st Quarter. 67 5 3D 650 6.1 (1 46 713 Mon 17 I i 739 8 4 . Tho rise of tide In Keppel Bav varies from ort to 4ft and at tile fppor Flats from 6ft lo lort Dei th of water at tho Upper Flat-In the old or natural channel at loir water snri&gs 1ft 61n highest springs lift Sis New cutting at low water springs 6tt. In highest i spriugs 16ft-Tho time or WgU water Is slightly la I fluonced bj frosliota and liigh winds t The lidesroarhtholr füllst tbo Pilot Station Keppel Bav 2h 40in oarll^r and at Rockbamptou 30m later han the hours named In tho above table
PUBLIC MEETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
PUBLIC MEEHNG. PoEäüAUT to a reguisition signed by nineteen electors, a public meeting, convenod by the Mayor, was held in the School of Arts yesterday evening, at eight o'clock Notwithstanding that the weather was very inclement, the hall was j well Oiled On the motion of Mr J SHAW, his Worship the Mayor took the chair | The MAYOS read the requisition and said that it fully explained the object of the meeting He should therefore call upon Mr Fyfe to I addross thom Mr FIFE, on asoending the platform, was recoivod with cheers He said that he did not wish to create by hw appearance any enthusiasm in the meeting, or even as the representative of a constituency which then held so important a position in tile colony, even under the political straggle they were then going through He did not think it wise on his part to excite political opinion upon the notion of either one side of the House or the other-tbo Ministry or the Opposition Yet he felt it his duty as their representative to make...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
DENISON HOUSE. ISLES, FINNEY, & CO., "REG to announce the arrival of their NEW WINTER GOODS CONSISTING M BLANKETS FLANNELS 8HEETINGS OBEY A WHITE CALICOES COLOURED & WHITE QUILTS HOLLANDS. FRENCH MERINOES REPS LLAMAS WINCEYS And a Large Lot of FANCY DBESS MATERIALS. LADIES' VELVETEEN, CLOTH, AND SILK JACKETS LADIES' & CHILDREN'S TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED STRAW DATS-in great variety. LADIES' STATS AND UNDER- CLOTHING BABY LINEN, Ar. GLOVE9 HOSIERY RIBBONS LACES TRIMMINGS, and HABERDASHERY. BLACK A COLOURED SILK8 VELVETS A SATINS MEN'S CLOTHING SHIRTS TIES COLLARS HATS, Ac. ISLES, FINNEY &C0* ."* i>ÈNI80N HOUSE. DUBLIN HOUSE, DRAPERY & CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, EAST STBEKT, ROCKHAMPTON. J. FORREST T5EGS to inform his friends and (he ?*-' publlo that he bos, in addition to his BOOT A SHOE BUSINESS, OPENED, THIS DAY, A DRAPERY & CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. On the Premises adjoining his present Ware- house, and which Business will be carried on un...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
THEEE was one very satisfactory feature about Mr. FIFE'S meeting yes- terday evening. The most perfect unanimity appeared to prevail on tho vexed question now in the ascendant. The Opposition hod not a solitary defender. All were perfectly agreed that obstruction, as praotised by Messrs. KINO AND COMPANY, was totally un- justifiable. Nothing that Mr. FrrE uttered elicited so much genuine applause as his home thrusts at the patriot who is generally credited with having adopted the popular rale in revenge for the loss of bis house, or, as Mr. FYFE called it, his "lark humpy." People whoso reputations are tender should bo careful not to malign their friends, or " the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth," will be apt to leak out. As we stated cn the 30th ultimo, Mr. FrFE could not have acted otherwise than he has done without jeopardising the interests of his constituents. He was bound to take decided measures to terminate the deadlock, and, although we have been accused o...
MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
MANIFEST. nrwABDS. Juno 9 -Tinonee, s s, from Northern Ports 4 oases sad, Berkelman and Co , 1 port manteau, H Coder i 1 case, Wing Wah, 3 cases, care H Beed, 4 packages easlics, 12 doors, R. M. Hunter and Co , 2 cases drapery, W Reid and Co ¡ 1 case, Oneman, 4 quarter casks tallow, 20 hides, 3 kegs Brodnits , 2 cases acid, Sandel, 1 case, CQ.M.P Co , 1 roll paper, A. S Bell, and sundry transhipments for Sydney and Brisbane, including two oon eignmenta of gold, vu , 1308 oís 4dwts Ggrs, Bank of New South Wales, 443oís 6dwts, AJS Bsnk 'flu Tinonee left Cardwell on Friday, 81st May, at 4 cm.; Townsville on Saturday, at 11 a.m. i Bowen on Monday, at noon s Mackay on Wednesday, at IO a.m. | and Broadsound, on Friday ; anchored st the entrance of Fitzroy River on Saturday at 4 p.m. to await tide ; at 7'46 p.m. got underweigfa, reaching the Com- pany's wharf, Rockhampton, at midnight of sams day.-Experienced moderate head winds and rainy weather to Cleveland Bay, thence to Port Denison st...
TICHBORNIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
TICHBORNIANA. TEE following letter from the claimant hats recently appeared in the London newspapers ¡ "Sir,-You will be good enough to allow me to acknowledge, through the medium of your paper, the numerous letters addressed to me and my solicitor, suggesting that I should appeal to the public for subscriptions for my defence and to thank all those who bave promised to subscribe for their kind feeling towards me in my present painful position. It is with the greatest reluc- tance that I adopt the suggestion, sure, however, aB I am that it is inspired only by a sense of justice ; but as a victim of might against right what other course am I to adopt P True, it may be that my friends who have already assisted will, to some extent, help me further; but it would be unreasonable for me to hope that, after the assistance they have already afforded me, I can fairly look to them for the large sum necessary for my defence. If a few hundreds, orevenathou sand, would suffice, I might not perh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
SOAP WOBKS. THE undersigned respectfully call the attention of the Northern WHOLESALE STOREKEEPERS to their PRICES and TERMS. BAYNES & DARRAGH, Soap Works, Brisbane. JOHN A. TURNEE, WOOLBBOKER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT. LIBBBAL ADVANCES on the dtp of the ensuing season ; also on Wool, Sheepskins, Tallow, Hides, ¿io., consigned to him for sale or shipment. Offices i 171, Pitt street, Sydney | Wool Stores, Circular Quay (Late Irwin and Turner.) QUEENSLAND DRAPERY MART. JUST ARRIVED! JUST AEEIVED! WINTEE GOODS ! WINTER GOODS! J. W. FACE & CO. WISH to call the special attention of their Town and Country Customers to their WELLASSOBTED STOCK o*. DRAPERY ! AND; OLOTHiira, JUST ABBIVED, HAMELY, 57 PACKAGES! WHICH ABE NOW MARKED OFF AT PRICES THAT WILL ENSURE A QUICK SALE. J. W. FACE & CO., QUEENSLAND DRAPERY MART, EAST AHD WILLUM STBBEW, ltOCKHAMrTON. STANWELL WOOD COMPANY. IRONBARK FIREWOOD, cut to all lengths and sizes and delivered in town. POSTS and BAIL8, HOUSE ...
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
C|e^oáf§am|tait $5uUetÍtt, mm wHicn is INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1872. ' THE.information contained ia the Report of the Chief Inspector of Sheep, pub- lished in Saturday's issue, will probably surprise many readers. This is popularly understood to be an ago of progress, and all our producing interests are sup- posed to be in a progressive state. But the Chief Inspector of Sheep shows that so far as our pastoral districts are concerned we bare been retrograding. There was a decrease of more than half-a-million head in our flocks of sheep, or seven and a half per cent on the whole. At this rate of decrease, fifteen years would suffice to make our flocks extinct. It therefore becomes an important question whether the decrease of last year was due to exceptional causes. The CHIEF INSPECTOB sets down the estimated increase of lambs at 1,153,966; and the consumption, in- cluding the numbers sent overland and boiled down, at 889,064 The losses from worm disease...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
SHIPPING pfTELLIfíENCE. ^ ABBTVALS. JCNF o-Ttaonon sa. 205 tona, Captain Hint, from MlYiwn^Ulo Bowen, Mackay and Broadsound -Mews A. Burt, W O í\ liiiohUl T llrunll Bitrrto C li Cran, C Culbush, Cusack, E ii r lemming, Dr fioburtson» Master Ouaack, _j-ATO In the ileerago, iucludinfr two priionon Junee-L»dyJtowai, schooner, «1 Watton, maater, from Bultara Bay Osr-po-SOOOfool iilno, J Ferguson June 10-Annie, schooner. Captain B Hiller, from Bastard Day. Caogo-17,000 foot pine. J, Fer giuon, *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY.-" Balclutha," on or about Thursday nest. ForGLADSTOSK, BUNDABERG, MAR Y BOROUGH, and BRISBANE.-" Queens- land," To-morrow (Wednesday) if weather permití For NORTHERN PORTS. -"Tinoner," l To-morrow, at 12 noon, if weather permit. F. L. BARKER, Agent. Boothampton, June 11,1878. »LOBD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. «Lord Ainley," a.*., for NORTHERN POETS, on or about Saturday, June 16, 1672. "Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND PORTS, via SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 29. At Greatly Seduced Paru and Freights. E. Bl. HUNTER & CO., Agenta. HABRIS' LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE or OLIPPEB PASSENGER SHIPS. 'HE well-known Al clipper abip ?. LIGHT BRIGADE," _.1244 tons register, under the Com mañiTof GXOBOE HOLDKK, Esq., ia appointed to SAIL FOB LONDON, TOOK THE POET" OF EOCKHAMPTON, On or «boot .16th JUNE NEXT. Has splendid accommodation for all cissies of passengers at the following rate...
ENGLISH SHIPPING. (From the European Mail.) DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 11 June 1872
ENGLISH SHIPPING. (From the European Mail J SSFABTOBES. PEE London Line Oo.'e. from Gravesend, April 10.-For Brisbane (ooneigned to Mestra. J. and G. Harris) : First-class-Mr. Henry I. Scott, Mrs. Margaret Cutten, Mr. James Cutten and family, Mr. Henry 0. Richmond, Mr. Arthur Staples, Mr. L. 8. Buisson, Mr. Evan Sherlock, Mr. William Sheldon, Mrs. A. M. Hume, Mr. G. D. Hume, Mr. G. Jackson, Mr. F. Reinhard, servant, Miss M. A. Jones, Mr, Edwin Sinclair, , and Elisabeth E. Farcy. 44 second cabin and 386 steerage (including Government emigrants). Per Messrs. Merwood and Co.'a Woodvill, from Liverpool February 27.-For Brisbane (consigned to Messrs, Bright Brothers and Co.). Carries no passengers. Per Messrs. Devitt and Moore's Corinth, from London.-For Brisbane:-Mr. Blenskin and Mr. Dowling. Booked per Taylor, Bethell and Robert*' Winefred, to leave London May 16.-For Bris- bane: Mr. F. Walker. (From the Home Nant.) The Indus, 1819, sailed from Gravesend on April 10, bound for Brisbane...
QUEENSLAND PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872
QUEENSLAND PASTORAL BO0IETÏ. I T'HB attention of Members is directed *- to the fallowing Notice« of Motion for Alterations in the Society's Rules, which will come on for ditcuasi in at the Annual General Meeting, to bo held in Springsure, on Wednes- day, the 3rd of July next. , ' Mr. Jesse Gregson will propose that tho following rule be substituted for 107 on 1st page of the Society's pamphlet: " The Society shall be under the management of a President, Vice-president, and Committee of three Members; also, there shalt be three Trustees, and a Treasurer, who shall also act as Secretary. The President, or, in Iiis absence, the Vice-president, shall preside at all meetings of all committees of the Sooiety, unless cither or both of them shall be specially excluded j and if both the President »nd Vice-presidents shall be present et any committee meeting, then tho President shall preside, and the Vice président become an ordinary member of com- mittee at such meetings. Should neither the ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872
IMPOUNDINQS. ' GLADSTONE.-From Rodd's Bay, May 30, by ordor of A.Norton, Esq.; driving 4s.each: -1 Bay boree, short docked tail, like RU near shoulder. 1 Chestnut (lily, like S off saddle 1 Bay horse, &lt;s near shoulder, fistula, hip down. If not released will be sold 25th June, 1872.-JOSEPH WILSON, Poundkoeper. BANANA.-From Glenmoral, on May 10,1872, by order of W. Scott, Esq. Driving, 8s. each . Bay draught horse, star, small white patch off ribs, two hind feet white, branded tn over ll near shoulder, like illegible brand off ribs. Bay draught mare, star, branded like C4 over like O M near shoulder. Bay draught horse, email star, near fore fetlock white, branded like WS blotched near shoulder. Bay marc, small star, branded like n J (crossed) near shoulder, triangle near thigh. Horse foal at foot unbranded. Dark iron groy filly, illegible brands near shoulder, bang tail. If not released will be sold 16th June, 1872. R. M'LEOD, Poundkoeper. CLERMONT.-From Albro, on the lill...
(From the Melbourne Leader, May 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872
(From Hie Melbourne Leader, May Tho Queenslanders cannot complain that they have not a Constitutional Governor of tho first water in tho Marquis of Normanby. Iiis Excellency has lately had presented to him a memorial by the minority of the House of Assembly, laying the whole blame of stoppage of Supplies, and the consequent deadlock, on the Ministry, because it declined to adopt the policy which the minority laid down for it. Governors have not often an opportunity of speak- ing their mind independently to the people over whom they rule, and the Marquis of Normanby seems to have realised this, and to have made the best of his opportunity. His reply to the memorial is an exhaustive treatise on Constitutional Government, in the course of which he says:-"If there is one principle more firmly established tban another in the British Constitution, it is that the majority and not the minority of the representative of the people in Parliament assembled, shall have the conduct of public affa...