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CHEATING THE GALLOWS IN NEVADA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

CHEATING THE GALLOWS IN NEVADA. BATAKD Taylor writes as follows to the Nea York Tribune:-In walking out this tnorniug I came across a long beam projecting from the gable of a house directly over a deep ravine. There was a slight platform under the beam and a short rope dangling from its end. ' What a fearful place this is for a swing,' I said. ' Yes, so it ÍB,' said my I friend, * and a man took a fearful swing there not four months ago.' ' How was that?' said I. 'Why, thus it was, a man shot another man in cold blood. He WOB arrested, tried, convicted, and sentence to be hung. He was known to be a desperate vagabond and an incendiary, and suspicions of many dark deeds were upon him. His chances for escape through executive clemency or legal technicalities were considered hy many of our best citizens who, on the whole, concluded to make a sure tbing of it. They therefore went in a body to the gaol, escorted the prisoner to this spot, and, after a solemn presenta- tion of the facts i...

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A SWEEP ENAMOURED OF QUEEN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

A SWEEP ENAMOURED OF QUEEN VICTORIA. THE Gaulois relates tho following story in its news of the day-' An eccentric person has just died in London upon a miserable pallet in the wretched quarter of St. Gilles (eic.) He had his hour of celebrity thirty _ years ago, at which time he was a chimney-sweep. He fell in lore with Queen Victoria, and as ho was constantly introducing himself by the chimneys into the Palace of St. James, it was found necessary to take bim into custody, and he was abut up in Tolbill-street prison. It was believed that his confinement had cured him of his hopeless passion, and he was released, but he had been at liberty hardly a single day, when he was discovered in the Park, watching the Queen as she took ber walks. The police, after con- sulting his father, took him down to Gravesend, and embarked him on board the " Diamant," for Sydney. They were not a moment too soon, for be had hardly left his home, when the manager of a small theatre came to offer him £11 a...

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ZMPoimDiirQs. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

ZMPoimDiirQs. GLADSTONE.-From Rodd's Bay, Moy 30, j by order of A.Norton, Esq. j driving da. each : -1 Bay home, short docked tail, like BU near shoulder. 1 Chestnut filly, like 8 off saddle. 1 Bay horse, oo near shoulder, fistula, hip down. If not released will be sold Z5th June, 1872.-JosEra WILSON, Poundkeeper. CLBBHONT.-From Albro, on the 13th June, 1872, by order of Messrs. J. and H. M'Master t driving 15s. per head :-Grey mare, long tail, blind near eye, branded O over CO 2 near shoulder. Bay gelding, switch tail, branded like S near shoulder, S near thigh. If not released will be sold on 16th July, 1872, to defray expenses.-A. M'JJEOD, Foundkeeper.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATH. GREENWAY.—On the 19th May, at St. Lawrence, by a fall     from a horse, John Greenway, native of Armagh, Ireland. Aged 35 years. Brisbane papers please copy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the Post-office, Rockhampton!; if not claimed cm or before .^lio 15tb July, 1872, «ill bo for- warded to lue Dead Lotter Office, Brisbane. JAMES E. 0. DALY, Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton, May 18, 1872. ANDEBBON, Tens ¡ Anderson, W. R. ¡ Anderson, William. Barton, Robert; Benson, Wm. ; Blake,M.; Breakey, J. j Broderick, P. (care Mr. Zimmer- man.) Calaban, Mies Ann; Cala way, Moses (care Frenoli Charley) ; Castor, William ; Clancy, Miss C. ; Condon, M. (care French Charley) ; Conley, John ; Cook, A. J. (carrier) ; Cook, Wm. ; Cook, W. (care F. O. Newbold) ; Craft, H. A. (Lire and Let Lire Hotel) ; Cridland, B, T. Daria S. (caro French Charley) ; Douglas, Robert (3) ; Dorie, Mrs. (caro Meikle nnd Stewart) ¡ Dunn, bri ward (care French Charley) Dunne, Mies M. ; Dwann, Jonney ; Fitz, John (White Gate). Geits or Tates (racecourse) ; Glackin, Pater ; Goloror, John ; Graham, J.; Günsted, Fred, (butcher) ; Gwilliam, William. Hansen, C. S.rj (care French Ch...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

CORRESPONDENCE. To TUE EDITOR OF nt BULIETIK. 8lii,-In your issue of Thursday hint, I notico a loller Bignell by "Will-o'-the-Wisp," purporting to giro an account of tho praclicc of tho Firo Brigade Inst Tuesday. Aa " Will-o'-thc-Wisp " makca n number of misstatement* and confers nn entirely wrong impression of the foots of the case, I fi»ol bound to call your attontion to them, and to deny thrm <« toto. "Will-o'-the-Wisp" states that he went to soo the discipline, alacrity, etc., of the Brigade toslril. II.»rÍ lie inrjuirrd, lie would hare found that ho had come the wrong night, aa last Tuesd.-iy was a praclice more for the new hands who hare joined lately than for thc old members of thc Ungido, who, by my orders, stood asido mid instructed the new ones. We (hall only be too glad to have the atten- dance or any of the public who may feel interested in our moroments at any Kef- practico, when, I trust, wc sholl gire them no cause to complain of our shortcomings. Dry pract...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH 1S INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

%\ e ||ocKÍjM#tou §ttlïetitr, WITH WHICH 19 INCOBrOEATKD TAB GLADSTONE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1872. IT hos long been fashionable to complain of the dulneBB of the times. The trader never finds tho world wag exactly according to his liking. Is ho busy, be meets you with a significant shake of the head, and says, " Yes, I caa sell goods fast enough, but to get tho money for thom-that is tho rub." Is ho leisurable, and troubled with few customers, his soul is vexed at the thought of rapidly maturing bills. He has to meet so many hundreds this month, and there is no money coming in. And, as tho culmination of his afflictions, the periodical balancing day is creeping on terribly fast. After indulg- ing for a time in this cheerful strain, he arrives at the conclusion thal ho is OD the briuk of perdition, and may as well giro up the struggle. At night bo courts " nature's sweet restorer," but visions of dishonoured paper and unyielding creditors haunt his dreams. He rises unrefreshed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

Shipping Announcements. For SYDNEY,-Steamer 48 liourt aller arriral, §Í&BrtAnSTONK, MARYBOROUGH, and pBttsBANE.-" Queensland," on or about pl«mSty heit. ¿or NORTHERN PORTS. - " Timme»," bo or about 261b im tant, 1 - ' - F, tk »A«KER, Ageot Bockfiampton, Jane 2!, IB72. "lora Asbley," i.s., for SYDNEY, ria MARYBOROUGH and BRISBANE, on or about Wednesday, June 26,1872. « Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND PORTS, rm SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 29. At Greatly Bedueci Fare» and FreigM*. H. M. HUNTER & CO, Agents. " "DLACKBIRD," AND «-» "LORD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. KA-IRIRi IS7 LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OP CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. 1 .-¿la*. HIKE well-known Al clipper WafflS A «Mp "LIGHT BRIGADE," £Sm3ríí t244 ton« register, under Hie Com- mand of GEOBOB HOLDEN, Esq., is appointed SAIL POE LONDON, FBOM TH« POUT OF EOCKHAMPTON, OK OB ABOUT THE 30th INSTANT. Hos iplendid accornmodation for all classes of passengers at (lie following nitre, ria. : SALOON.£50 ...

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THE SMEATON PROPHETS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

THE SMEATON PROPHETS. THE Ballarat correspondent of the Mel- bourne Argus gives an extraordinary account of tbe way in which a well-to-do farmer at Smeaton named Boyes was induced by the machinations of two individuals of tho gang of impostors who under the name of religion prey on the weak-minded, to sell off all he had " for the glory of the Lord." Poor Mrs. Boyes, having noticed these impostors coolly loading their cart with flour, oats, bacon, wheat, or anything that wes food for man and horse, at first kindly expos- tulated with her husband on tho folly of his giving these men such supplies when they needed them at home. Boyes, whose good temper had not changed with Jaie folly, merely replied, " It will be no IOBS to us, dear ; it ¡B all for the Lord and bb saints." Poor Mrs. Boyes now saw that the villains, as she called thom, had fairly woven the toils round her husband, and appealed to the clergyman and to Boyes's most intimate friends to try and save him ; but it was all in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

HARBISON, JONES, & DEVLIN, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, VOOL BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, AND CATTLE SALESMEN. Wubl Storee, Circular Qu»y¡ Sale Yards Homebush, and Sydney ¡ Offleos : Bell'« Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney. AT WM. HOPKINS*. BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, $c, EAST-STREET. METALLURGY of Copper, 2s. 6d. Wilkie Collin's, Lever's, Holm Lee's, and other novels in variety. Chambers'Journal, 1871, 11s. Sword and Trowel, 7a. 6d. Annuels-Aunt Judy's, 9s. ( Every Boy's, 8s. ; Lilly White's Cricketers-1872, ls. fid. Oliver Twist (illus- trated), 2s. Thackeray's Christmas Books (illus- j tratad), 10s. 6d. Dictionary of Medical and Surgical Knowledge, 6s. 6d. Book of 100 ¡ Beverages, 9d. Creaey's Decisive Battles, 7s. 6d. I Macaulay's England, 2vole, 16s. Smith'sOutlines ol Geography, 2s. Hunter's Senior and Junior School Song Books. Thomas Csrlylo's Works as follows-Cromwell's Letters, Ac, S vols., 12s. 6d. ; On Heroes, 3s. ; Past and Present, 3s. Progressive Drawing Copy Books, 4d. ea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

SOME months ago we made the bare announce- ment that the schooner Lola Montes had been wrecked on No. 8 leland, Broadsound. The Captain, whose name has not transpired, was said to hare arrived at St. Lawrence, but no particulars of the loss of the vessel had reached us until within the last two or three days. Nor has any report of the wreck, so far as we are aware, been published. This unusual reticence has naturally aroused suspicion, and if all we hear be true, a searching inquiry is necessary. During the week Captain Till, has returned to port in Captain Hunter's Ketch Florence, and he reports that the Lola Montes, although abandoned by her captain and crew, was never wrecked at all. She got aground, it is true, aud was dismantled by the captain, but the hull floated off at high water, and is now snugly lying at anchor where placod by Captain Till. We are informed that there could be no reasonable excuse for abandoning the vessel, as the hull is perfectly uninjured. The insurance...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 22 June 1872

TUB Municipal Council on Thursday decided to invite tenders for a much-needed work-the forming and metalling tho Dawson Road from the Causeway bi Haudesleigh Bridge. The estimated cost of the improvements is £2230, and we think the ratepayers must agree that it will ba money well epont. ON Thursday Alderman Caporn brought for- ward his scheme of water supply in tho Council, and obtained the appointment of a Committee to oonaider it. Ilia statement will be found in our municipal report. From it we perceive that ho estimates the probable con- sumption at 8000 gallons per diem, but proposra to supply 4500 gallons per hour, or 108,000 galiana per day-equal to about twenty gallone daily for each head of the population. The subject is clearly worth inquiry, and we hope I the Committee will treat it with the importance it deserves. THE Volunteer Pire Brigade Tory naturally take exception to the skitl'sh letter published in our issue of Thursday, signed "Will-o'-the wisp." It was scarcely f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

Maater, James; Moclhouee, W. (Orescent 1 lagoon) ¡ Missel, Christian ; Mailor, Patrick ; I Mon User, Miss C .therine ; Muldoon, Mrs. I). ; Mulligan, James, care 0. Uouel ; Murphy, W. 0. ; Murphy, Michaol ; Murray, Mr., caro 0. Bouel ; Murray, John (curlier) ; M'CloffiTty, Geo.; M'Conrill, John; M'Conaviil, T., aire Ann Galbry; M'Donald, Albt. ; M'Kcane, Wm, Fitzroy River; M'Lcod, R., Bull and Mouth Hotel ; Mickleborough, John (2). Neilson, Miss 0. M. ; Norlherp, Samuel. O'Connell, T., caro French Charley ¡ O'Toolc, Mr. ; O'Ioole, Miss Elina ; Owen, Clermont. Pang, C. W., cara C. Boucl ; Petersen, Mr., care French Chorley ; Price, Win., Tambo. Quinn, James. Rae, M.; Ramsay, Walter (2); Rotlray, James; Reynolds, Mrs. or Miss Maria; Reynolds, Win.; Reid, Mrs James j Rosen sweig, L. ; Rutberdale, Mr. ; Rutherford, A. E., Denison-strect. Saunders, Joseph; Sandilands, Hon. J. 11.(2) ; Savage, F. J., caro R. Walker ; Savage, F. J. ; Saville, Mr. ; Saxby, Mrs. ; Searson, Mrs. W. ; Shacklen,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

LIST of Unclaimed Letters at the Post-office, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or before the 15th July, 1872, will be for- warded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane. JAMES E. O. DALT, Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton, j May 18,1872. ANDERSON, Tens t Anderson, W. R. ¡ Andorson, William. Barton, Robert ; Benson, Wm. ; Blake, M. ; Brosley, J. g Broderick, P. (care Mr. Zimmer- man.) Colchan, Mies Ann ; Oslawoy, Moses (csre French Charley) ¡ Castor, William ; Clancy, Miss C. ; Condon, M. (care French Charley) ; Conley, John ; Cook, A. J. (carrier) ; Cook, Wm. -, Cook, W. (care F. G. Newbold) ¡ Craft, H. A. (Lire and Let Lire Hotel) ; Cridland, R. T. Baris S. (care French Chorley) j Douglas, Robert (3) ; Doyle, Mrs. (care Meikle end Stewart) ; Dunn, Edward (care French Charley) Dunne, Miss M. ; Dwann, Jonney j Fitz, John (White Oat«). Gerti or Yates (racecourse) ; Glackin, Peter ; Golover, John ; Graham, J. ; Grinsted, Fred, (butcher) ; G william, William. nanson, C. S. ¡ (caro French...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

t;|e§ocïiijam$tott §nUetk WITH WHICH IS 1 fi CO RTOR HT KD TUB GLADSTONE OBSERVE B. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1872. Ii is often a disagreeable task to canvass the moritB and demerits of candi- dates for representative honours. It sometimes happens that mon who are most estimable as citizens, and whose private worth wins for them almost universal esteem, do sometimos aspire to positions which they are not qualified to nil ; or there may be considerations of other kinds which impel even their warmest admirers to give thom an adverse vote at the ballot-bos, if not to offer thom direct and open opposition on public grounds. The foregoing observations are prompted by the present state of muni- cipal affairs. It is already known that at the nomination which takes place at noon to-day there will be at least two candidates. Only one Beat is vacant, so that unless one of tho candidates with- draw, there must bo a contested election. This perhaps is undesirable just now. There never was a time when g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

FOOT ADD Hourn DISEASE tn YICTOIUA. Tho Mclbouros Ari¡iis of Thursday elate» that j there ie reason (o fear that tho proposed legislativo steps to prevent the introduction of foot end mouth disease have been too lone deferred. Mr. Graham Mitchell, V.S., has left Mclbourno to visit professionally n herd of cattle ta which an imported bull was added about a month since. Some twenty head of dairy stock ere said to be affected. Tho bull is one of a lot that arrived in the colony rather moro than three months ago, and left England about the beginningof the year. Theeymptoms as described by the proprietor, leave small room to hope that the disease ¡B other than tlmt suggested by Mr. Mitchell. Should it prove to be ve»ietilar aphtha, what, it may be asked, becomes of the argument of those who regarded the introduction of this disease as impossihlo on account of its running its course in a fortnight? In this instance ten fortnights must have elapsed between the shipment of the animal and th...

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CALENDAR. JUNE—JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

CALENDAR. JUNE-JULY. 2« 313 3*1 *0 . |7-3n i . Last quarter! 5-30 6 63 7'« 87 * Tao riso or tldo In Koppol nay varie» from oft. to Hft., andatlbo Tr-pcr Flat«from 5rt.to ina. Dalith ot wnUjratthoUpiior Flnt--ln thoold or natural cliaiinol, at low water spring", 1ft. (lin ; lildbost springs, Jlft. oin. Kow cutting at low water spring*, itt.; tn highest springs, 15ft.-The Hmo or high water ts «lightly tn. fluonood by freshets and hlflh winda. t Tholldoiroaclitbolifullatlho mot Station, Koppol Gay, 2b. «lin. earlier, and at Bockluunpura 30in. lator ban tlie iiours nnmod in tho nuovo tablo.

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

~22U&UMElt3!ABT. §É$&'Óourier of 14th Juno reports tbs g^ptoeeedings in tbe Assembly on the Ipjprtïion/s evening. It consisted almost feïientirdv OM passing the Estimates ia |||i&mmitte&t Supply. ^^tChe following amounts were voted RpSntíi 'little discussion :-Law Officers of Sf$w <2rowrj| £1750; Supreme Court, PÍE8714¡ District Courts, £5835: Sheriff, l&figiXK); Fees for Coroners, &c, £750; WiSiemp Office, ¿lc.,, £3560; Printing |P|w»3s Engraving Maps, Sac., £5110; lIpji^admentB, Interest, Exchange, ||P&C.V '£9000'; Customs department, ipp$852. On the last item some discus Â|rîon took place, Mr, Stephens stating S^iijBt 'tbe Sydney merchants salted their ßSnvpices, and thus injured the trade of I^Briebatie. Mr. Palmer defended the pflwïiiey merchants, and complaiued of f|¿Í3|he; .wholesale charges made against pSttètn, Mr. Hemmant and Mr. Lilley x0i6n-MBtide specific «barges. Mr. Walsh ^flöndemned the ad valorem dut...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

THE existing postal arrangements are simply execrable. Language is given, we are told, to conceal thought; and steamers, mail coaches, and packhorses arc run to harass correspondents aud impede buBinoss. We defy the Post Office authorities to re-adjust tho time tables in any way that would give tho public greater annoyance than is caused by the existing mail arrange- ments. Unless something be doue, and that quickly, wo will wash our hands of the consequences. Wo have written and written ; we have suggested and suggested ; wo have protested and pro- tested. But still nothing is done, and at the present moment postal mis- management is moro exasperating than over. We are within thirty-six hours' steam of Brisbane ; yet our mails are kept at sea for six days ; aud the vessels which convey them make a point of coming in just after the train leaves for up-country. Thus a whole week is lost ; and when, at length thobagsarodispatcbed for the inland districts, the pack-horses vicing with t...

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SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. Friday, June 14. IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. Frilay, Juue IL TN CltAiTDEflfl. : BETOOK Bia Sonar afr. Justice Lutwyche. BGiKDOtr AND WIPE V. BOITaT AKD OTIIEBS. - His Honor deb'rered judgment in this mattel U follow«.-In thia case, on Monday loft, ai application waa mado by the défendante, l'ai ino «nd Humphrey, for leave to appeal to tho Priv; Council from an order of the Court discharginj A rule nisi for arrest of judgment or for a nev ; tojo). That order of discharge wis a fina judgment io far as this Court it concornrd. Ii m^mxa it simply discharged Ibo rule which hue ^H*/n obtained, in effoct it left the plaintiffs ot ^^Borty to enter up judgment and to issui ^^?soutlon, and consequently it imposed upor ^^ft defendants a duty of quietly giving up ^^Hiession. As soon as the rule was discharged ^^Heoame competent for the plaintiffs without ^^Koring vp judgment formally, merely making ^P>n incipUttr of the judgment, to issue a writ ol ^iaiere facia*, and place that wit in the bundi of the Shoriff,...

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