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

HOWARD SMITH, TOBACCONIST AKD NEWS AGENT, OOPPKBHELIJ. A. M'LBOD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AMD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS PRINCE OP WALES BUILDING CLERMONT. GILBERT, ETHERIDGE, AND WE8TERN CREEE GOLD FIELDS. CHARLES JENKYN (lute Editor of (he Mining Record, N.8.W.), AUCTIONEER, MINING SHARE8R0EER AKD NEWS, ADVERTISING, MINING, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDSE RlVBB. Mining information from tho Etheridge; Western Creek, Cloncurry, and ever; pert of the Gilbert Gold-fields, furnished to parties at a distance. Agent for the Rockhampton Bulletin and all the leading papers in the colonies. THE BULLETIN STEAM MACHINE PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. npHE proprietor having imported A one of Messrs. Harrild and Son's new "IMPROVED MAIN'S FAST M AOHINES" (Just arrived from London, «MC Melbourne), and having introduced a variety of FASHIONABLE «JOBBI3STQ- TYPES, Is prepared to receive orders for EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING, As enumerated hereunder, and can guarant...

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EXECUTION OF PATRICK COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

EXECUTION OF PATRICK COLLINS. PATEICK COLLINS, the murderer of Simon Zieman, was executed at eight o'clock yesterday morning, within the walls of Brisbane gaol, in tho presence of between thirty and forty persons, in- cluding the gaol officials, police, several aboriginal prisoners, and a few visitors. Since the day of his arrival in Brisbane the unhappy man was attended with untiring zeal by the Kev. Dr. Cani and other priests of the Roman Catholic Church, and the Sisters of Mercy, who gave him all the consolations of religion, and prepared his mind to meet the dreadful fate which awaited him. Ile was also visited by Bishop Quinn, and although hardened by crime, and per- haps by the punishment which he bad from time to time to undergo for his misdeeds, there can be no doubt tho ex- hortations and spiritual instruction which he received had a powerful effect upon him, and that he died truly penitent. He was visited by the members of his family during the week, and his leave-taking o...

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

EOE ONE WEEK ! EXHIBITION OF CHOICE PAINTINGS BEFORE ART DRAWING! THE DIVAN! M. L. MARTIN, TOBACCONIST. ROCKHAMPTON. THE LEICHHARDT FAMILY HOTEL, ROCKHAMPTON. B. D. CRUICKSHANK, PnOPEIETOE. THE undersigned begs to announce to the publie of Rockhampton and adja- cent country districts, that he has purchased from the lalo owner all the PREMISES, FIX- TURES, FURNITURE, etc., etc., of thc obore long established and favourite Hotel, and respectfully solicits a continuance of tho very liberal patronage accorded to the late proprietor. The advertiser deems it quite unnecessary to dilate upon the excellent accommodations and numerous attractions of this well-known estab- lishment. He has, howcrer, much pleasure in stating that, with »he object of ministering to the convenience and comfort of his patrons, extensive alterations and improvements have been made in the premises. The long experience of the new proprietor, his intimate acquaintance with the tastes and requirements of COUNTRY VISIT...

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THE SCARCITY OF FAT STOCK IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

THE 60ABOIT7 OP FAT STOCK IN ENGLAND. MB. MÜNTZ (eave Anglo-Australian) it one of those men who like to go to the root of en evil when he wanle to effect any reform. Tie has observed for some time the growing scarcity of animal food-I say "growing," because from year to year the supply seems to be getting less. Of course the cattle disepse has had a good deal to do with this scarcity, but something must be attributed to the increase of consumers, because if we do not keep this contingency in view wo sholl be illustrating the very uncomfortable con- clusion that the increase in tho population of the United Kingdom is far in excess of the animal kingdom of this country and tho con- tinent-that, in a word, mon increases in a larger ratio than sheep, pigs, goats, and the bovine species. From this point of view this is a very serious matter'-important, indeed, as the pre- dicted coal exhaustion, to which it waa some- what allied; because if wc have no chops or steaks to cook we shall sca...

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

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION ^COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Balclutha," on Saturday Morning, ot 2 o'clock. For OLADSTONB, MARYBOROUGH, and BBB3BANE.-" Lady Bowen," on or about Tuesday next For NORTHERN PORT8, -.' Tinonee," on or about 26th instant. For SYDNEY ria MARYBOROUGH. " Egmont," within 24 hour« after anira). F. L. BARKER, Agent. Bockhampton, Jona 13,1672. " Tîï'A.CKBrED," AND « "LORD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. «lord Aaliley," M., for NORTHERN POETS, on or about Saturday, June 16, 1872. "Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND PORTS, «ta SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 29. At Breath/ Seduced Farm and Freight*. B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agent*. HAH-RIS' LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. THE well-known Al clipper ship "LIGHT BRIGADE," _^1244 tone register, under the Com- mand of GEOBGE HOLDEN, Eeg., ia appointed SAIL FOB, LONDON, FEOH TEX POET OF EOCKHAMPTON, On or about 16th JUNE NEXT. Hos eplendid accommoda...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 June 1872

BRISBANE. Wednesday, 6 p.m. IK the Legislative Assembly yesterday, Mr, Griffith suggested that Mr. Palmer and Mr. Lilley meet to confer in order to terminate the deadlock. Mr. Graham also spoke in support of the suggestion. Mr. PALMES accepted the proposition, and said he would meet Mr. Lilley this morning. When the House assembled to-day, Mr. Palmer announced that an agreement had been como to between himself and Mr. Lilley for the transaction of business ia tho following order : Firstly-The House to pass all the Estimates for the year 1872. Secondly-The Redistribution Bill to be read a eecond time. Thirdly-The Appropriation Bill to be read a first time. Fourthly-The Committal of tho Redistribu- tion Bill. Fifthly-The second and third reading of the Appropriation Bill, whilo the Redistribution Bill is in Committee, with the understanding that the passage of the Appropriation Bill shall not be pressed. Sixthly-The third reading of the Redistribu- tion Bill. These matters to tako pre...

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H. DE TABB. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

H. DE TABB. MONSIEUR de Paris, the headsman of Paris, has just died. Death gave him but a short notice. He was, when returning to bis house in the Boulevard Beaumarchais from hearing a Stabat at St. Eustacbe, taken suddenly ill, and died some moments after, just aa he reached home. A few days previously he expressed a fear that he would prove the victim of his recently extended sphere of official duties ; for, in point of fact, since M. Dufaure became Minister of JuBtice, M. de Paris bad a right to the style and title of M. de France. Within the last ten months he had to do the work of the eighty-four depart- mental executioners, Whose posts M. Thiers abolished from motives of economy. A dreadful arrear of business fell upon his hand in consequence of the closing of the law courts in the invaded departments. Lemettre, the Tropmann of the North, was the last person M. de Paris sent out of the world. Three days before be presided at the triple execution of Chartres ; and on his way to...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

! WITH WHICH is IKCORPO&ATRD THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1872. Otra chivalrous legislators having st last settled their quarrel, there is wide scope for conjecture as to the probable course that the business of Parliament will take. The terms of peace involve the passing of all the Estimates for the I current year, and of the Bill for the Redistribution of Electorates, before the transaction of any other business. Our telegram states that tbe Estimates are already passed, and tbat the second reading of the Redistribution Bill tabes place on Tuesday next. The Appro- priation Bill VT ill follow, but that is a more matter of form, involving little delay. The rapidity with which the Estimates have been passed is, we believe, almost unprecedented ; and it is clear that, unless it be assumed that the Op- position has completely collapsed, there IB unbounded confidence in the adminis- trative honesty, prudence, and economy of the G-orernment Practically the only busi...

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To CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

To CORRESPONDENTS. COCKT, SPRINQSDRK.*-Your communication lionAod " Dupes," ii not united to our columns. IVo are always glad or facts, as nowa ; but jokes without point aro not worth .itititi uj.

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CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

CALENDAR. JUNE. MlKOHANDA. HOOn'a ÀOr.l , »-ni. p.n TUM ... II . . Z-S3 316 Wodnes lî . 3-37 40 Thun...| 13 I. liai p.m. 4M 4 46 1st Quarter 6-7 630 .I 6'RO n-21 . .I «.*« nt I 17 j.j 7-39 8 » * Tho rise of tide In Keppel Bav TH lea from Aft. to '4ft., and at tho rpper Plat» from Sil. to 10ft. Depth of rater at thc Upper Flat-In tba old or natural channel, at low water ?pring!,! ft. din; blgheit «pring», lift. Sin. New cutting at low water spring!, Sft,; In highett .prlngi, lift -The timo or hUjb waler U slightly In- fluenced by freshet* and high winds. t Tbetldesroachthelrfullatthe Mot Station, Koppel Bay, 2b. 40m. oarlljr, and at Rockhampton 80m. later han the hours named In the anora table.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

TnE Cigar-makers of Liege have just (.truck, demanding not only an advance in waget, but to be allowed to do their work whenever they please, at any hour of the day or hight. 1 FocuFBHrrr PIECES.-It is intended to call in this coin, eo as to avoid the confusion which now arises from having two coins of nearly the same value and appearance. TUB BAJL POE TUE TICIIBOENE CLAIMANT. A telegram, dated London, 10th May, states that Lord Eivers, Dr. Attwood, Mr. .Guildford Ruston), and Mr. James Larnach, became bail for tbe Tichborne claimant. WoirnwELt's.-JOne of the best known of the popular institutions of England bas been formally disestablished. Wombwell's menagerie lias ceased to exist. The lions, tigers, and bears, the hyeenns, the jackals, the monkeys, and the elephants, hare been put up to auction in Edinburgh, like so much house furniture or tame animals of domestic breed, and have been sold, as Casar sold the captives, tub corena-a phrase which in ita original and classical contex...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIA ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER. Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSIBAXttn" ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER. Friday, 2 p.m. MB. HAHN'S exploring party, consisting of six white men end one aboriginal, finally started hence for Princess Charlotte Bay on Monday. The total of the last eight crusbiogs from tho rarioui reefs has been as follows :-233 tons atone yielded 572 ozs. gold.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

CORRESPONDENCE. To THE EDITOB CE THE BULLETIS. SIB,-I am desirous, through the medium of your journal, to direct tho attention of stock- j owners and drovers travelling the road between Rockhampton and tbe Barcoo to tho necessity j for keeping travelling stock as much es possible nway from the í¡do<tírains alfaigithe road, snore especially at auch places as Taurus Oap (Ex- pedition Range), Mitchell's Finches (between Springsure and Mantuan Downs), and at side cuttings and crossing places of creeks where improvements have been made. I would remark that the roads do not suffer so much from tho actual traffic as from the action of water, consequent upon heavy thunder storms and during the wet season, and unless the drains and flood channels can be kept clear, it ia 1 almost useless to make improvements in such places os ara above specified, for the first heavy rain that comos after tho work is done, the water J runs down the wheel ruts, washes out the forma- tion, end makes ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

THE anniversary sermons or the Primitive' Methodist Sonda; 8chool in Rockhampton are annosnced far to-morrow. The annual tea meeting tales place on Tuesday nert. OUE lost files of the Courier contain long reports of the proceedings in the matter of the rule ni« granted end subsequently discharged in the late action of Brandon ». Boucl and othars. We regret, however, to hear that their Honors have granted the defendants leave to appeal to the Privy Council. This permission, if availed of, will be practically a denial or justice to the plaintiffs, who hare clearly enough established their legal and moral right to the property, lt is understood that the real defen- dant is an official assignee in Sydney, who ought to haro no personal interest in depriving the plaintiff« of their rights, but who seems determined to fight tile suit out to the lost extremity. MATU per s.s. " Egmont," for Maryborough, Brisbane, and tho Australian colonie), cloie at 2 p.m. to-day. STATE of tba Hospital for ...

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MR. EDWIN JAMES ON AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

MB. EDWIN JAMES ON AMERICA. IT «ru not without considérable surprise, and oren some doubt, that the announcement wes received that a leoture was to be delivered in sSt. George's Hall bj Ur. Edwin James. We suppose it was this feeling of dubiety, as well as the interest in the subject itself, that brought eo large an audience to St. George's Hell on April 17. The appearance ot Mr. James must hare removed all doubt from those as to his identity. Allowing for his eleven years' absence from England, there is only that alteration in his countenance which might be accounted for by lapse of time, and his voice, manner; end readiness of speeoh also bore testimony to his being the same man who was formerly a prominent member of the English Bar, and one of members for Marylebone. Mr. James came upon the platform unattended, but he WSB recoived with some cheers by the audience. He commenced by stating tho difficulties of the subject he had uudertaken to speak upon. Ho proposed to bring before ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBrVlM. Juno 14. Egmont, C.B., 4<w tons, Ca]italnDurroll, from Kort bern Ports. Passengers-Miss. Nott, Mesara. Evans, IV. fi. Smith, and silicon in ibo steerage DEPASTURE. June M.-Circe, schooner, 200 ton«, Captain Elli*, for Sydney, rassongors-Moaars, Hollo, O. Anderson, and Master Carew. Juue 16.-Balclutha, a.«., 272 tom, Captain Weir, for Sydney, PUrongen-Hlss Nott, Messrs. J. A.. Clavrko, BoUoHtOD, E. Rawson, and twûlvo in tho i tee rage.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

COMMERCIAL. TUB following quantities of wool bare been received by tba various mgenta during the vreok ; By William Thomson : 29 bales wool, branded LOANE. Omitted from last report: 89 bales wool, LOBKE ¡ 8 bales, HAP; 30 bales, JP & Co. By John Headriok and Co.: 24 bales, Lake Salvator. C ÜB TIE ABS WOVKASD report i Barmen daring the vt eek has been eomewhat interrupted bj the Court Sittings, but we hare no reason to alter the opinion expressed in our last report as to the tendency of commercial matters. Our tale of cargo ex India was well attended. Quotations of price« were published on 11th instant, and were very satisfactory. We are advised by last snail that produce in Sydney of all descriptions is selling freely at advanoed rates, consequently we presume that V.D.L. produce will be in good demand for some time, and we wold reoommsnd consumers to refrain from shipping in the interim in large quantities. Milch Cows.-There is a good demand for this class of stock, and we ...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

MANIFESTS. DíWABDS. June 14.-Egmont «.g., from Northern Poris : Sundry transhipments for Brisbane and Sydney. OUTWARDS. June ll.-Queensland, s. For Gladstone : 1 ease, Barbour Master; 1 bundle leather, 1 Careel, Hunter and Co. ; I dray, Rutherford ; 4 ara iron, Bell and Gardner ¡ ll mata augur, Headrick ; 1 parcel, Walton. For Bundaberg : 1 bale leather, Bones Brothers ; 2 bags, Pattison. For Maryborough : 1 tra, J. Palmer & Co. ; 1 es, Jackson and Go. For Brisbane: 4 paokoges, ex Tinonee ; 1 parcel, Union Bank ; 2 bundles bags, G. B. Shaw | 1 bag empties, Sharples. June 13.-Circe, schooner, for Sydney: 50 tons limestone, 25 bales 1 pocket wool, G. B. Shaw ; 7 quarter-casks wine, 86 hides, J. Palmer and Co. ; 66 hides, A. W. 8. Smith ; ll bides, Jackson and Co. ; 12 hides, 1 bag wool, 1 bundle sheep skins, Stevenson and Co. ; 3 cases bones, 4 bags horns and hoofs, 2 hogsheads 2 quarter casks tallow, 22 hides, J. Chapple; 69 bales wool, W. Thompson ; 86 hides, McDermott and C...

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FROM ROCKHAMPTON TO BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

FROM ROCKHAMPTON TO BRISBANE. THE Peak Downt Telegram'* peripatetic corres , pondent, "Iris," supplies the continuation of his sketch of tho journey from Peak Downs to the Capital. He writes i * AathetravnlleremergcsfromIbeHockhampton railway station, he sees a little crowd of buggies ._,jSph_j»jore- anxious than the others for his patronage. An old bushman naturally selects one of tbe*nost elegant, and as it proves, one of the most comfortable, when he lean» that it belongs to the Leichhardt Hotel. Bushmen always bsd a weakness for this hpuse, and it still maintains ite'reputation for comfort. 1 don't say there are not other hotels in Rockhampton as good, but there can bo none better. Every- thing is done in just the right style, everything is arranged as it ought to be, and he fsnoies he is in one of those luxurious old-world houses, where, as old Falstaff used to say, n mon could " take mine ease at mine inn." That tho house is in the hands Of an old Clermont man, will not bc con...

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CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 15 June 1872

Civil, SITTINGS. Th« Civil Sitting« of the above Court com- menced yesterday afternoon, before Di> Honor Mr. District Judge Hirst. UNDEFENDED CAUSES. Brodqitz r. Flaherty and another.-Claim, CO Os. Od. for goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff as against the defendant Flaherty. Uraniah Pyle c. fouissant. In this action £200 was claimed as damages for breach of promise of marriage. (This case «ill bo tried to-day.) Stewart and Luca« e. Sanderson.-Claim £5 19s. 5d. goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff«. Same r. Teage.-Claim £15 13s. 6J. goods Bold. Verdict for ploinlifls. Same v. J. Pattison.-Claim £43 12s. 81., dishonoured cheque. Verdict for plaintiffs. Same ti. E, I'rerQe.-Claim £1 9s., goods sold. Verdict for plaintiffs, Feez c. Frazer.-Claim £28 8s.( gi,ods sold. Verdict for plaintiff. The remaining causes on tho undefended list i were either settled by consent or the summonses were coutiuued for service. ' SODIO argument took place on the appeal cate ot Belfield e. Murphy and Lannig...

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