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MELBOURNE. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 18 June 1872

MELBOURNE. Mondny Ercu'mg. I Another Ballarat gaol escapeo liad been I captured. I The opposition to the Ministerial re-elections I is increasing. ItOt annual t*a meeting for the benefit of tlie Primitive Methodist Hunday flohool tokes plaee, dus Brining in ¡tile church- During thojiveningn tie rÂoir>ill*ùig eome t#%t^k0ffM&% which, last y oar made the proceedings so uncom moolytlttractire. Ona town readers are cautioned not to take alarm at the clangour-of ¿he fire ball, thia. evening,, aa the Volunteer Brigade intend to influlgë in Hlio luxury of a wet practice, and it ia desired to test the efficiency of the bell as well BB of the mea. : ' INFORMATION was receired by Mr. Daly, postmaster, yesterday, that the Gainford, Spring- sure, and Barcoo mails which left Rockhampton 00 Saturday last, hare all been lost near Gains- ford, owing to the mail pack-horse breaking away into the bath. Diligent searoh ie being made to recover the lost mail-bags, A TELEGRAM wat reoeired yes...

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CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

CALENDAS. Jim llnioauiDA. iHbo&'s Amul a.m. p.m. sso s-sa Weanes U ... «. . Mi »« TÍÜ5... JO. ... ..J 1610 p.m. 10-13 104» M _~ H ... ... .I »tt Kool) 11-5 IrSO - - ' - . 11-68 048 O'M 141 1-60 !'17 . The rise or Mae in Keppel Bay varies Oom Mt. to lilt., ana at the Fpper Flats mm SR. te loo. Depth or vster st the Upper Flat-la the old «r natural channel, atle«waterspruias,lft.«ui¡ highett«rings,lift. eta. Kew eottuif at low water springt, aft.; In highett springs, lift-The time or high water It slightly In nosnoed by ntshats and high winds. t Tbe Uotsnach theil roll sttoe Pilot station. Keppel BaV,»h.*om. earlier, mi ni Bockhamptoa <0m. liter ban coe boon named la the above table.

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 20. BKPOBE the Police Magistrate. * Ah Kee, a Chinaman, appeared before the court for protection. From the evidence taken, it appeared the prisoner bad been a resident at Morinish, and some days ago attempted suicide by catting his throat. He was brought down to town, and placed in the hospital for medical treatment ; he effected his escape during last week, and was next seen upon the bank of the tiver. He was given into custody by Mr. Wing Wah for protection, and while in the lockup was examined by Dr. Salmond, who prosounced bim unfit to be at large. Prisoner was committed to the Lunatic Reception House for one mooth.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

BBEATUK.-In yesterday'« paper, page 2, column 6, line 8, for initiate read imitate.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER. Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

WtTB WHICK IS MCoaroXATID IHI GLADSTONE OBSERVER. «TRIDA?, JUNE 21, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PBBE8 TÏXEOBAMB. GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER, lnr-sday Afteuoon. THE total quantity of atone cashed darng the past week bru been 82 tons, wHch yielded 262 «iii. gold.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

The Violet, schooner, came up the river last anning tom the wreck of the Hannah Broom- field, at North Beef, Capricorn Group. The whole of the cargo, with the exception oi one er two packages, has, wa understand, been recovered in good order. It is expected that Captain Norris will shortly be able to bring the vessel into port. The Jane, schooner, from St. Lawrence, reached Sydney on Wednesday. The lady Bowen, e., from Gladstone, reached ICaryboroufh at 6 pan. on Wednesday. The Tinonee, a., reached Townsville yesterday. übe Qoeensiand, a., arrived st Maryborough during Wednesday night Tbe Egmont, s.i., passed out of the Mary River «A 7*5 yesterday morning. The India, Dargo», patted oat of Keppel Ray tibs Acme, schooner, left St. Lawrence for Sydney on Wednesday. The Black Swan, s, left Brisbane for Mackay and St Lawrence on Wednesday.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

The Lord Ashley, s.a., left Sydney June 8th, 10-30 a.m. ; arrived at Newcastle 6 p.m. same day ¡ loft Newcastle 6 a.m., 9th ; arrived at Brisbane 2 a.m., 12th ; left Brisbane 12-30 a.m. 13th ; arrived at Maryborough 730 p.m., 14th ; left Maryborough 7'30 a.m., 17th; passed Woody Island 11*80 a.m., Bustard Head 9 p.m., and arrived at Rockhampton after a passage of 21 hours from Maryborough.-Experienced strong S. and S.E. gales, with thick rainy weather to Captain Moreton, thenoe light winds and fine weather. The cutter Florence left No. 6 Island on Thursday, the 13th instant, and arrived at Rock- hampton on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Had light S.W. winds. She brings four blocks of marble. The James Paterson, s.S., bound south, passed Woody Island yesterday. The Tinonee, s.S., arrived at Bowen on Tues- day evening. The Boomerang, s.S., left Bowen at 1 p.m. yeBterday, for Sydney. The Queensland, s., for Maryborough, Bunda- berg, &c., left Brisbane on Tuesday. The Native Lass, and a scho...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Jmttt SO.-Violet, sehooner, M toni. Captain Dwyer, i JraaOaprloaraOronp Soar, , SEFABTtrss. Ians SO.-Ebenezer, cutter,-WUarldge, matter, for I Massera Creek, Oargo-SMO feet timber, B, Boas.

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THE "YOUNG AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

THE "YOUNG AUSTRALIA." Tas following is the result of tho inquiry of the Marine Board into the circumstances attending the loss of the ship " Young Australia," at tbe North Point, Cape Moreton, on the 31st of May, 1872 - The Board having taken the evidence of the master, first and seoond mates and carpenter of the " Young Australia," also that of the man at the wheel at the time of the accident, the pilot, and a eoloon passenger, Find that the " Young Australia," with Mr Sholl, the senior pilot, in charge, weighed from abreast the Pilot Station, at Moreton Island, at 6 a m , of the 31st of May, wind light and variable from the eastward The wind shortly after hauling f o S W, aud freshening, ship stood out by ship channel, foing from four to five knots After passing the 'airway Buoy, she was hauled up towards Moreton Island, to intercept the "Pilot' schooner The master having given the usual certificate, the pilot left, lighthouse bearing ESE, the ship being from one and a half to tw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

Trade Carda. C. PYBUS, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, ROCKHAMPTON J. B. JONES, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, CAMPBELL BTBEET. N.B.-Saddles counterlined for 7s. 6cL; Collars, 6s. J. F. BECKERLEG, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, CORDIAL & AERATED WATER MANUFACTURER, ROCKHAMPTON. C. C. BRESLIN, WHOM8ALB AIVD BEUIL GENERAL STOREKEEPER, FREE TRADE STORES, GLADSTONE. HENRY FRIEND, GENERAL MERCHANT, STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, CUSTOM, & COMMIS- SION AGENT VIOTOBU WBABF, GLAMTONB. SUTER & VOYSET, ABOHITBOTS, OFFICES: DENHAM CIIAHBEES, ROCKHAMPTON. JOHN HEADMCK & CO., IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ROCKHAMPTON. AGENTS FOB: PACIFIC FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY (Risks taken on the spot), STEWIRTIS LUCAS, WHOLESALE AUB DETAIL IMPORTERS or DRAPERY & CLOTHING, EAST-STBEET, KOCKUAMPTON; FLINDER'S-STREET, TOWNSVILLE j Urpim CAHF, RAVENSWOOD. MR. W. K. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, PROCTOR. ARD COMMISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVITS, DENHAM STREET, ROCKH...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

Wim willen is iM;oiironm;D TUK GLADSTONE OBSERVER. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872. THE southern papers are iterating and reiterating the miserable .accusation of Messrs. ELKO and GBOOM, that the Rockhampton people have been bought I with. Government granta. There ia really not the slightest foundation for this charge ; and its being brought forward so repeatedly is a proof that the enemies of the Government .are per- fectly at a loss for any substantial ground of complaint. On investigation every count in the indictment must at once fall to the ground, and we bare no doubt the Government would be glad of an opportunity of putting- the com- i piaillants to the proof, although they | cannot condescend to answer every trumpery charge that enmity may evoke from malignant spirits and untruthful mouths. It will be observed by the report of last Wednesday's parliamentary pro- ceedings that Mr. GBOOM: ventured to inquire into the matter of the £1000 bribe, which he had previously accused the Minis...

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QUEENSLAND PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

QUEENSLAND PASTORAL SOCIETY. rPHE attention of Members is directed ??- to the following Notices of Motion for Alterations in the Society's Rules, which will come on for discussion at the Annual General Meeting, to be held in Springsure, on Wednes- day, the 3rd of July next. Mr. JesBe Gregson will propose that the 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 shall be three Trustees, and a Treasurer, who shall BIBO act aB Secretary The President, or, in his absence, the Vice president, shall preside at all meetings of all committees of the Society, unless cither or both of ihem shall be specially excluded, and if both the President and Vice-presidents shall be present at any committee meeting, then the Piondent shall preside, and the Vice president become an ordinary member of com- mittee at such meetings. Should neither the President...

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CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

CALENDAR. JUNE. HIHOBAKDA MOON'S Adr j: M, R.TT1 pn 6 30 85(1 (fi 10 praflö-lJ 1030 FULL MOON 11A 1130 11 58 0\2« 0 54 121 150 217 . Tlio liBC of tide In Keppel Baj varlon from flit to 14ft. and at tho I j per Flats from 6ft to 10ft Dcpllt of «alor al tho Upper Hat-In tho old or natural channel, at low water springs lil Oin, lilghoBt springs lift flin ? Now cutting at low water springs 6ft in highest j ?¡ring!" 15ft-The time of high water is slightly In fluencedb} froBlicts nndhhrh winds t ThotidcsreachtUoirfullatthe Pilot Station Keppel Dav, 2h 40m earllor and at Rockhampton. 30m later han tho Lours named in tho above table

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

IMPOUNDINGS. GLADSTONE.-From Rodd's Bay, May 30, by order of A.Norton, Esq. ; driving 4s. each : -1 Bay horse, short docked tail, like RH near shoulder. 1 Chestnut filly, like 8 off saddle. 1 Bay horeo, oo near shoulder, fistula, hip down. If not released will be sold 25th June, 1872.-JOSEFB WILSON, Poundkeeper.

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BRISBANE. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREPS TEMQBAMS. BRISBAKE. Wednesday Evening. IN the Legislativo Assembly yesterday, Mr, Palmer movod the second reading of the Redis- tribution Bill, but did not make the usual explanatory speech Mr McDevitt followed Mr. Lilley aaid that although personally opposed to tlio principle of single electorates, he would accept the Bill, and give the Government honest and hearty support to make it a fair settlement of the representation question for many years to come To day the debate on the bill is proceeding Every speaker bas announced his intention of voting for the second reading Most of the members hare spoken, and the debate is sure to conclude to night, leaving to- morrow clear for the Appropriation Bill and the committal of the Redistribution Bill All the 'tween decks cargo of the " Young Australia " lias been already secured Thora is every probability of saving the whole oargo.

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MR. WILSON ON MEAT SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

MB. WILSON ON MEAT SUPPLY. TnE following letter from Mr. Edward Wilson, of Victoria, appeared in the Times m April lsBt: " Sir,-It is very encouraging to those who are endeavouring to ndd to the meat supplies of this country from ex- traneous sources to find the Mail so emphatically pointing to what should be expected from abroad, BB is the case in your article of this morning. " It is, indeed, the fact that, if once the ridiculous prejudices are removed which lead even poor people to eat roast English mutton at something like 19d. per lb. when sufficiently palatable and very nutritious meat is to be had pre served at 7d., the quantities that might be poured into this country are almost fabulous. " In Australia and New Zealand we have now about five millions of horned cattle, and fifty millions of sheep ; and the surplus fat stock from these, accord- ing to Mr. Thompson's calculation, would amount to about 800,000 tons, reducible by one-half in a preserved form, from the waste of co...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

MANIFESTS. TJ-WABDB. June l8.-Lord Ashley, s.S., from Sydney, via Brisbane and Maryborough. From Sydney : 1 truss, 2 cases, J. Forrest ; 100 bags flour, 4 chests IO 1-eheate tea, 1 case cornflour, 1 case saltpetre, 2 bundles brooms, A. W.8. Smith) 1 case, J. Scanlon; 10 cases eonfectionery, 6 kegs soda, 1 box liquorice, 1 paokage raisins, 3 oases, 10 (-chests tea, 1 case vestas, 12 boxes clothes pegs, H. Beed and Co. ; 1 parcel eggs, F. N. Beddek ¡ 1 case sundries, 1 case raddle, 1 drum tar, 5 cases oil, 1 case axes, I bundle ovens, 2 cases, 2 casks, J. R. Lomax, care W. Reid and Oo. ; 1 case, 30 kegs nails, 33 coils rope, 1 cask 20 kegs whitelead, 92 bars 11 bundles iron, R. M. Hunter and Co. ; 10 hhds. ale, Order ; 1 case cheese, 1 bag bacon, 10 bags bran, 32 bogs potatoes, Order ; 1 truss saddlery, C. Pybus: 15 i-caste brandy, .¿¿-casks whiskey, & i-casks sherry, 6 1-oasks port, 1 cask beans, W. F. Walton ; 1 CBBO saddlery, W. Thomson ; 1 waterhole scoop and handles, 1 bu...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

SUirPISG TXTFLLIGENCE. ABRITAIS. Jr/Nr. IS -Florón outtor. Larkins master, from No 6 Island .^Juno is-lord Aaliln, ss, Captain Bristowe,from Sydnoj, nrisbano, and Maryborough lassengcrs-Mm 1 WBli Mrs \\ Allon, Mrs Collins Mrasrs J M Phar Mill, J A Young, G Aohcson, Carpendale, Cadell, (, Boldoman and (Ho lu tho gtcoragc For >orlnern Ports-Mrs binlth, child, and servant Miss 1 lillllp , Meurs lMngOu, W stapleton, & Smith, and lu In »he steerage DSPABTUBES Juno IS -India, barquo. Captain Sansón, for Lttun costón, via Wreck Beef, In ballast Juno l8 -lady Roven, a Captain Cottier, for Glad etona, Maryborough, and Briabano Passengers-Mrs lsol), Messrs. U. C stanley, J. Andorson, 8ub Inspector Isoh, and 13 In the «toomgo Juno IO -Lord Ashley, s a, 100 tens, for borUiern Ports Passengers-Mr ¡L B Norris, Mr Bonnott, and 25 In the steerage

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SIR CHARLES DILKE'S MOTION. (Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

SIR CHARLES DILKE'S MOTION. (Saturday Review.) THE proceedings of the House of Com- mons on Tuesday have in one sense afforded Sir C. Dilke an undeserved and unexpected triumph. Under the Mon- archy which be had assailed, the Govern- ment is really administered by an Assem- bly which has often contrasted its own calm and dignified demeanour with the upstart bodies which have in foreign countries been formed after its pattern. English critics habitually ridicule with injudicious freedom of speech the dis- orderly episodes which appear from time to time in the debates at Versailles ; but it is not recorded that either the most bigoted Legitimists or the wildest Re- publicans are in the babit of enlivening their discussions by imitating the crow- ing of cocks. It was right and natural that Sir C. Dilke's motion should, in remembrance of his speeches at New- castle and other places, be received with marked, disfavour ; and it was for the House to decide whether the Ministers Bbould be r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 20 June 1872

FORFEITED MINERAL SELECTION. PUBLIC attention is directed to the notice respecting certain forfeited mineral selections on and near Bosewood Creek, which appeared in the Government Gatette of the 25th May, 1S72, folio 818 J. MALBON THOMPSON. CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT OF 1868. FORT CURTIS DISTRICT ÏT is hereby notified for public in- formation that the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the District of Port Curtis, under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1868, will hold Sittings in pursuance of the fourth section of the above recited Act, at the under mentioned offices, on the following dates - AT BOOKITAMPTON-On the 12th December, 1871, and thereafter on the Second Monday in each month AT GLADSTONE-On the 21st day of Decem- ber, 1871, and thereafter on the Third Thursday in every alternate month. A. J. RICHARDSON, Acting-Land Commissioner. Land Office, Rockhampton, Nov. 22,1871. STANWELL WOOD COM .^ PANT. IRONBARK FIREWOOD cut to all lengths and SIZCB and delivered in town. P0ST8 and ...

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