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OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

OUTWARDS. Juno 12.-Tinonee, s.s., for Northern Porta : 1 colonial oren, 19 bara 1 bundle iron, 2 paira Mocka and boxes, 1 package saws, 1 half-chest tea, 1 bag sugar, 1 bag rico, 1 case kerosene, box, 20 bags 40 half-bags 40 quarter-bags flour, 2 bales wool-packs, 2 cases paint, 1 case, 1 bale, Palmer and Co. ; 1 bat box, Carson ; 35 bags flour, 19 mats eugar, 2 casca claret, 2 chests teo, 1 cask tinware, W. Reid and Co. 115 bags 40 half-bags flour, C boxes soap, 2 ess sundries, 16 bgs sugar, 1 case Testas, 6 Illida ale, 1 quarter-cask brandy, 4 packages sundries, 1 bundle buckets, 1 bale mats, 3 coils rope, 1 bale fibre, 8 cases jams, 1 case piokleB, 2 cases glass, 5 bags salt, 10 cases stout, 12 hogsheads lime, 2 cases claret, 6 cases pickles, 2 CBBCS gingerwine, Brodnitz ; 1 truss, J. Shaw ; 1 caso tinware, C. Woodyer; 1 parcel seeds, Leigh; 2 bags potatoes, 1 cs onions, 6 ess fruit, Wright ; 16 bgs potatoes, 1 bag meal, Marquess ; 4 axle arms, 4 bxs, 17 bars iron, 1 boiler pinto...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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LORD NORMANBY'S REPLY. From the S.M. Herald May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

LOKD NOKÏÏ ANDYS BEFLY. trout tie S. if. Herald May 30. Thctroply of tho Marquis of Normanby to-ilio miuiorial of the minority in tho Queensland Assembly lina- assorted principles well known to every British statesman. He seems to have found it necessary to perform the duties of a tutor, and to remind those whom he j instructs that they have not yet perfectly learned tho alphabet of constitutional j government. Wo have, perhaps, no ' reason to take great credit in this colony as having advanced to a higher grade. The ideas which Lord Normanby combats have appeared again and again ; in ow-Parliamentary life, and have not boen adopted exclusively by any section of our politicians. In fact, they have1 fallen into the same errors, or perhaps we ought to say taken the same course, whenever temptation presented itself. The only distinction that we can perceive is that the party which has acted upon these ideas has rarely been silly enough to carry them beyond tho walls of the Assembly. Th...

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COMMERCIAL. THE Balclutha brings Sydney files to Thursday last. The S. M. Herald reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

COMMERCIAL. TUE Balclutha brings Sydney filos to Thursday last. Tho S. M. Remid reports : Tbe news from England reports a further advance in the value of almost ererj description of manufactured gooda, notably so in metal wares. Although latest telegrams report a decline in the price of wool, private letters speak hopefully of the future, and when the reports of a short clip are confirmed, an improvement in prioes is looked for, if nothing unforeseen in- creases the value of money. A private telogram! I dated London, 8th May, received by a mercantile house in thia city, says :-"Wool is down three ; ponce. Money market tightening. Sperm oil, I £98. Loather, 13d. ; market weak and going I down. Tallow, £43." The Associated Press telegrams of a later date tend to show that the stringency of tho money market was only temporary, and that money was flowing into the Bank collers. The import markets are remark- ably finn, but tho inquiry for gooda to-day (June 6) waa not very active, owing ...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

WITH WHICH |S 1NC0RV0RATBD Tnt GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1872. THE close of the deadlock is good news, indeed. Not that it was unexpected. The late news from the " seat of war " indicated that both parties were tired of the contest, and only wanted a decent excuse for the declaration of peace. Therefore the good news will not excite surprise. The cabal bad spent itself, and the contest was only prolonged because those wbo bad provoked it saw no way of retracing their steps. The people of Rockhampton have just cause to be proud of the part they bara taken in the struggle. They bad elected a member whose sympathies were with thc Liberal party, but they were not prepared to follow that party through the mire and dirt. So soon as the people of Rockhampton perceived that the opposition to the Government was of a factious character, they with- drew their support from the Opposition, and threw their influence on the side of constitutional law. Before most of the constituencies...

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CONFLICT OF PARTIES IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

CONFLICT OF PARTIES TN FRANCE. Tra conflict of convictions and of parties naturally creates no little awkwardness in private life, and gives rise to no inconsiderable amount of petty embarrassments to givers of soirées and holders of receptions, as almost every family has friends and frequent visitors belonging to tho various factions, and is therefore liable to sea some of its guests get up and abruptly retire, with angry looks, or even with angry words, on the appearance of others whom recent events have caused thom to regard with thc proverbial friondliccss of " cat and dog." At partieB for which special invitations are issued, the mistress of the house can usually guard against this danger by inviting, for the occasion, only persons known to be of the same political colour ; but as every house possessing a hand- some parlour hos its special " reception dey " every week, when all who have ever been in- vited are expected to come whenever they Uko, each family taking pride in the ...

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CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

. CALENDAR. MEUORAKUA. Moon's AGE. I 117 2 53 SIS 3-37 itt Ï22 4 45 67 630 MU f! 21 « IS 713 7'SD 8-1 . Tbo riso or tldo in Keppel Bay varios from Oft. to 4ft., and at the I'pper Flat« from 6ft.to lort. Depth of water al tho tippor Flat-in tue old or natural cbannol, at low water springs, ltt,61n; highest springs, lift. ein. New cutting at low wator springs, 6ft; In Illgliost springs, 15fi.-Tho time of high water ia slightly In- fluenced by freshets and high winds. t The I ides reach their full at the Pilot 8tatlon, Keppel Bay, 2b. Mm. earlier, and at Bockhampton 30m, later han the hours named in the abovo tablo.

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CALLIOPE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

CALLIOPE. ("TBOU onn OWN connssroNDENT.] WE are progressing! but at a snail's pace j slowly, and I hops eurely. Tba crushing from the Adella Beef ia highly satisfactory. The proprietors aro greatly pleased with their pros- pects. Stone from the Catherine and John Bull Beefs ie now going through. Heavy beta are on that the John Bull average! over 4 oz«, per ton. The Connemarra ia next on the litt for cruthing. Another prospecting claim hoe been granted upon a new line of reef on Kelly's Gully ; the prospecta ore considered good, and several claims hove been taken up. Upon Thursday next, 6th instant, the property of the Melbourne Mining Company upon the Calliope will be sold by public auction. It it not a very valuable plant, and the competition will not be great. If sold with the liabilities, the proporty would be dear at any price. Some of tho ground held by the company ia considered by " thoao who know" to be good, and particular pieces ore being anxiously shepherded until the com-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. \ AUBTBAMAli ASSOCIATED "ïBESS TELEOEIUS. CLOSE OF THE DEADLOCK! CONFERENCE OF UR. PALMER AND MR. LILLET. AGREEMENT FOR THE DI9P ATC tl OF j BUSINESS MADE. THE HOÜ3R RAPIDLY VOTING THE ESTIMATES IN COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

SEHWIKV IXTELHOENCB, AEHITAL9. Infill.-Balclutha, s.s., 272 tons, Captain VToIr, from Xtjdnoy. raasongoi*-Mrs. Ayrey, Mrs. Connolly, Mrs. Hliooliv, Miss Tindall, Mosers, c. Ayrey, E. Sheoby, Parr, 8. Aldis, and Ure tn tho steerage. .tuno H.-Quoonhlnnd, s" 2*1 tons, Captain Edwards, from Brisbauc, Maryborough, Bundaberg, and Glad- stone, rasHengors-Mrs. J. Forrest and clitld, Mrs. McLaughlin, Ml» Doyes, Ills Honor Judge Illrst, Messrs. II. M. Booro, If. G. Caporn, L. Sampson, AnnlLt, W. Rodgers, lt C. Stanley, and six tn tuo steerage. DBPABTUBB. June ll.-Annie, schooner, 200 tons, B. Miller, master, for Gladstone, in ballast. Juno lt.-Lady Bonron, schoonor, 60 tons, 3. Watson, master, for Gladstone tu ballast. June 12.-Qneonslsnd, s., 290 tons, Captain Edwards, for Gladstone, Bundaberg, Maryborough, and Brisbane Passengers-Mossrs. Whitehill, Taylor, F. O. Wilson, Oran, F. J. Bardo, A. Fyfe. M I, A., and ali In the steerage. Juno IS,-Tinonee, s.e., 165 tons. Captain Hint, for Northern...

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LOSS OF THE YOUNG AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

LOSS OP THE YOUNG AUSTRALIA. THU following is Captain Cooper'« own state- ment respecting tbo loss of the rossel, as given by himself to the Courier'» reporter. On the 31st May, at anchor off the Pilot Station, Pilot Sholl being on board ; at 4 a.m. turnod hands out, hove in short, and made all sail. At 6 30 a.m. weighed onohor, there being light variable airs from east to south-west. At 10'SO a.m. the pilot left the ship off tho Yellow Patch, the wind at the time being light from 8.8. W., and tho ship steering an easterly course. The wind oontinued to veer from S.8.W to S.W. and W.. tiring light all the time. At 1MB a.m. the wind flew round to tho N.N.E. ; braced the ship up on the port tack, the East Cape of Moreton Island bearing S.E. by compass. Stayed ship. After hauling the main yard the wind fell, and it beoame a dead calm, Bhip remaining stationary, whilst a heavy easterly ewoll and strong southerly current set the ship towards the rocks. The vessel ultimately com- menced to...

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MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

MANIFEST. INWARDS. Jone ll.-Balclutha, a.«., from Sydney: 4 barrow bodies, 1 bundle ironwork, 1 bundle wheels, 1 cask pitch, 1 cask tar, 1 case, Boll and Gardner ; 1 cate, J. E. Davidson and Co. ; 12 axle Hocke, 1 case bedsteads, 1 bundle saws, 2 eaaea IO casks currante, S packages raisins, . 17 baga noe, 8 kegs apples, 4 carnet starch, 8 cases fruit, 6 oases salad oil, 19 eases piokles, 4 esses sardines, 1 case epsom salts, 1 keg salt* petra, 2 kegs soda, 1 cask almonds, Thompson and Oashion ; IO trunks 6 cssaa boots, M. O'Neill i 1 case saddlery, Pennycuick ; 1 caso, 1 parcel, Kemmis and Bovey i 1 bale leather, T. E. Taggi cato, W. Jackton and Co. ; 1 cate, 1 package, T. H. Fitzgerald end Co. ; 1 case, 1 hogshead, 1 parcel, 1 truss, 2 caaks currants, 6 packages raisins, 60 cases kerosene, Budden ¡ 2 bundles axles, 6 chests 10 half-chests tea, 2 oates cornflour, 8 cases sarsaparilla, ll catee pickles, 23 bags guano, 45 bags potatoes., 4 barrels herrings, 1 package almonds, 1 case o...

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GLADSTONE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

GLADSTONE. [FBOM ODS OOBBES FONDEST.] Sous Terr important discoveries of copper hes been made on the Bewbelle Bun, and to-day two drays arrived with samples (ebout five tons) for assay. A gentleman arrived in town during the week, who has been trying to " get on" in the Rawbelle or Kroombit selections. He it largely interested in the Mount Perry Mines, and he stated publicly that, bright aa the prospeots of Mount Perry are, they ore not to be compared to Rawbelle or Kroombit, and that in a few months a very large population will be settled et both those places. Several shares changed bonds during the week, and the prices obtained were very good. £600 waa refused for a sixteenth in an eighty-acre selection. I can hear nothing certain about the tin discoveries, with tho exception of a sample sent by Wilkins end M'Oollim to be tested, and that was obto.->cd within twenty-five miles of Gladstone. A report is in circulation that four men bod - obtained some large linds of tin on the t...

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SEPARATION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

SEPARATION COMMITTEE. A SPECIAL masting of the Separation Committee was held at tho Secretary's offices, Donham Chambers, yesterday afternoon. Present : Messrs. G. B. Shaw (Chairman), G. M. Leigh, A. Grant, T. Nobbs, B. Brodnitz, and T. O'Kuno. Tlie minutes of last meeting having been read and confirmed, tho following correspondence was read : - 26, Devonshire Place, London, April 14,1872. Sir,-Having applied to Kuri Kimberley, requesting that his Lordship would bo pleased to elate when it would be convenient for him to receive tho deputation appointed to wait upon him iu reference to the petition from Rock- hampton, I received a reply to the following effect, viz : That on receipt of the petition above referred to Lord Kimberley had referred the subject of itB prayer to the Government at Brisbano ; that no report had yet been received from thence ; and that, in the absence of any such report it WAS impossible for his Lordship to give any reply,or to pledge the Government to any ste...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

Toi ladies may declaim ce much they please j against intemperance, but they are themselves I exceedingly addicted to a eociai glass when it is j 1 a looking-glass. j

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June ll. BEFOBK th« Police Magistrate. Patrick Brown, charged with drunkenness, was admonished and discharged. Prisoner wss next charged with vagrancy, and on conviction was sentenced to six months' imprisonment, with liBrd labour. John Meehan, landlord of tho Albion Hotel, East-street, found guilty, on the information of tho Inspector of Nuisances, of keeping upon his Îiremises a quantity of straw and broken bottles, ikely to endanger public health, was ordered to pay a fine of 20s., with 21s. Cd. costs, or seven days' imprisonment. At the licensing meeting the following appli- cations were granted :-John Grump, Criterion Hotel i Martin O'Neil, Alliance Hotel ; Daniel, Soanlen, Tattersalls' Hotel ; Peter Corcoran Bull's Head. The application for transfer of tho license of the Albion Hotel, from John Meehan to Benjamin Hill, was struck out through non-appearance of parties. Country Sublieans' licenses were granted to Alfred orton, Bosh Inn, Black's...

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NORTHERN DISTRICT COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Wednesday, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

NOB!HEHN DISTRICT COURT. ¿ CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Wednesday, June 12. THE June sittings of the Northern District Court at Rockhampton opened this morning. His Honor Mr. District Judge Hirst took his seat on the Bench at ten minutes after nine o'clock. The jurors' roll having been called over, His Honor said he had to apologise to the jurymen for not being in town in lime to open the Court on Monday, the steamer, owing to delays caused by waiting far the English mail, bad weather at sea, and calling at intermediate ports, not reaching here before yesterday (Tues- day) afternoon. When he found that ho could not arrive in time, he at once telegraphed to the Registrar to adjourn the Court till Wednesday. The calendar was light, and he boped tho criminal business would be got through to-day. The Crown_ Prosecutor, Mr. Baird, said he thought the criminal business oould be disposed of in one day. His Honor then ordered the Civil Sittings appointed for that day, to etand adjourned till to-morro...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

I IT is satisfactory to noto tbat two candidates are already spoken of for the vacant seat seat at the Municipal Board, and that either of the i gentlemen named, if elected, will fully sustain the prestige of th« Council. The two candi- ! dates are Mr. A. Foes, one of our oldest towns- j men, whose activity in public matters is well known. The other is Mr. J. Stevenson, of j Messrs. J. Stevenson and Co., whose shrewdness I as a man of business warrants th« assumption j that he would make a valuable alderman. Toe prospectus of the " North New Zealand Gold-mining Company, Gympie," published in another column, has a ÍOHÚ fule look about it. The ground to be worked has been lang known as the Prospecting Claim, New Zealand Beef, which up to the 30th June last had yielded 20,939 OSB. gold, leaving a net profit, for Z\ years' work, of £60,381. It is stated that no money will be paid to the promoters, and that in the event of the Company not being floated the deposits will be re- turned to ...

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ROCKHAMPTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

ROCKHAMPTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. THE monthly meeting of the .above Society was held in the 8chool of Arts on Wednesday, 6th Juna. Present-Mrs. Hunter (Lady President), Mesdames Headrick, Livermore, Thon, Fer- guson, M'Pherson, Hartley, Carson, Wiles, Milford, and Gilbertson, and Rev. Messrs. Hartley and Murlay. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The fallowing district reports wcro read and adopted:-No. 1-Believed, IS adults, 31 children; expenditure, £27 17s. No. 2 Believed, 3 adults ; expenditure, £1 lis. No. 3-Believed, 4 adults, 2 children ; expenditure, £2 8s. 6ld. No. 4-Believed, 3 adults, 7 children -, expenditure, £3 10s. OJd. No. 6 Relieved, 6 adults, 8 children ; expenditure, £3 19s. ; No. 6-Relieved, 13 adults, 22 children ; expenditure, £8 10s. 5d. Total relieved, 41 adults, 70 children ; total expenditure, £47 19s. A letter was road from Mrs. Hartley, stating that tome of the ladies of the committee thought it desirable that the persons maintaine...

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CLERMONT. Tuesday, 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

CLERMONT. Tuesday, 2-30 p.m. Mn. JOHN WINTER, of the firm of Winter and Lea, was -found dead in his bed this morning. Tho supposed cause of his death ie apoplexy.

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. THE following notifications were made in Satur- day week's Gazette :— CROWN LANDS.—A description of the boun- daries of cancelled reserve for police purposes, Norman River, which will be open to selection at the Norman Land-office, on and after the 27th June, is published. RESERVES.—10 acres, town of Rockhampton, are reserved for a quarry. TENDERS.—Tenders will be received at the Department of Public Works, until 4o'clock on June 28, for the erection of a lighthouse at Lady Elliott's Island. DEED OF ASSIGNMENT.—John Scott Hamil- ton, of Springton, storekeeper, has assigned his estate to Robert Miller Hunter and Robert Sharples, of Rockhampton, for the benefit of his creditors.

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