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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. BOWEN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTKAIIAH ASSOCIATED VUW.S TELK0I1AM8. BOWEN. Monday. SOME fine specimens of (in oro bare been sent down from Normanby Gold-field. A letter sent with them oays, "There is any quantity of it j I could got a ton per weet." The crushing machine leaves here to-day.

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

PiiEOiocs STOKES.-Mr. A Frfe, M L.A;, bas brought down with him from Rockhampton samples ot black «and, and tom« atones which bato boen dcolarod to bs rubies end sapphires, and which were found on land about twenty mileB from Rockhampton. Wo understand from tba hon. gentleman that rince his arrival here several persons in Brisbane hare volunteered tba money necessary to secure the land where they were found, for the purpose of a systematic search for (jems and minerals.-Courier. THE MEUBEE FOB ROOEHDIITON.-Thus saith " Bohemian " ia the Courier.-I am sorry Fyfe was out of tho way at the closing scene of the deadlock. Ho lost a splendid opportunity of distinguishing himself. Ho could hero taken the part allotted to Griffith or Graham and played it admirably, thereby getting the credit of having brought about the reconciliai ion. This might have iuduoed his constituents to pay up the arreara of subscriptions to his sustenta- tion fund, would have gratified the electors of Rockhampton ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

^^^^HPpiiTO INTELLIGENCE. Lm^Lm^Lv ABBTVAIS. ^^?Ë 24.-Lady Bowen, fcotch, 20 ions, J. Watson, ^Hitor, from Uio Calllojio Saw Milla ou tho 21st .iiKtant. ^Krgo : 5000 foot hardwood, IO -0 shiuglns, J. Ferguson, ^rjuno 81-Queoinsliind, e., 260 ton«, Captain tiHundorfl, ?fc«mnriioaiiofrtoMaryborouRli. líuurtabors, and Olntl F#touo on tho lHfli instant. Passengers-Mrs. (¡. Holden, f Mra. J. B. lsely, Mrs. Whittaker, Mrs. Oliapninn, Mr«. Chapman and child, Mn. Wilt, Mrs. P. Fairlie, Malter Fairlie, Mrs. W, 1\ Walker and family, Cántalo O, Holden, Suli-InBpoctor Isoly, P, A. Clapperton, Forward, IV. P. Walkor, H. M, Eneres, Elliott, A, Scott, J, Faulkner, Hi ob ardían, And ihtrtoou in tho stoorago. DErAETUIIE, Juno 25.-Queensland, e.. Captain Edwards, for dun- stone, Maryborough. Brisbane, and Sydney, Passengers -Mra. Brennan, Migs Tindall, Mrs. Oyrcy, Mesan. J. E. Black, M'Coucli, T. Brannan, Eushlon, Hamilton, Oyroy, ti. JB. Shaw, and ton in the steerage.

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

SBUTDB ACT.-Tho Maryborough Chronicle »sys i-An erroneous impression prevails, we understand, among the owners of cattle, to thc (Sect tflat it is not necessary for any person to j bave a registered brand unless he is possossed of more than fifty head. It is true that no number under fifty head is subject to assessment, but this exemption does not apply to branding. Ko man, whether his stock consists of 5 or 13000, will be allowed to uta any other than a registered brand after the 1st of July next. Ali who bare cattle roaming ot largo will, there- fore, consult their safety by at onco applying to have a brand assigned to them. TROLLOPIAKA.-Tho Coleraine Albion (South Australian paper) reports the following incident in the late travels of Mr. Anthony Trollope, : "This distinguished gentleman passed through Coleraine by Monday night's coach, en route from South Australia to Melbourne. Our visitor was of course only able to spend a few minutes (whilst a change of horses was being made ...

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

The Queensland, a., left Brisbane at 6*30 p.m. an the 18th ; anchored in Wide Bay, - awaiting tide, at 12'30 p.m. on the 19th, and reached Maryborough at 8 45 a.m. on the ZOIh ; ,- aailed at noon on the Slat, and armed at Bundaberg at 1016 a.m. on the 22nd i left at 9 s.a. on the 23rd; arrived st Gladstone at 9'30 p.m. «ame da; ; left: at ll p.m. ; went alongside the Light Brigade in Keppel Bay, and and arrived at the wharf, Rockhampton, at 1 p.m. Experienced fresh N. winds and foggy weather throughout the passage. A telegram received yesterday by Mr. Barker, A.8.N. Oo.'s agent, states that the "Tarra Tarra" was to leave Brisbane in charge of Captain Cottier, nt IO o'clock lost night (Monday) for Rockhampton direct. Also that the " Lady Bowen," e., would leave Brisbane for Rockhampton, via tho ports, at 1 p.m. on Wed- nesday (to-morrow). The Lord Ashley, s.s., from Mackay, arrived st Townsville on Saturday. The Tjnonee, s.s., reached St. Lawrence on Sunday from Mackay. The Tarra Tar...

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GLADSTONE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

GLADSTONE, [FROH OUR OOBEESPONDENr.] DDBISO I lio week we received Ibe pleasing information of thc dealing of tUe Alma Copper Mining Company, in Sydney. The mine Ia about twenty-eight miles from Gladstone, on tho Calliope Uiver, We were also informed that the whole of the shares in the Kroombit mino are taken up, ond that work is to bo immediately proceeded with. A few drays have arrived during the week, loaded with copper oro, and the reports ore still very cheering. A report is going the round that a nngget, tome pounds weight, had been unearthed at the Calliope. There is not the least foundation for tho report. The manganese question is again ? cropping out. One of our townsmen thought of sending a few tons to England per " Light Brigade," but hs soon got a stopper to his good intention-the freight from Keppel Bay to ? London being only three (£3) poundt per ton.. Now, the freight from Gladstone to England «ir! Sydney is just half, for paresis under twenty (20) tons, and one poun...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 22. BEFÓSE tho Police Magistrate. Tiro persons convicted of drunkenness wera ' admonished and discharged. Michael Higgins appeared before tho court, charged with riding furious!; in Denhain-etreot. Oonstablo O'Sullivan deposed to arresting him at Iinlf-pa8t twelve o'clock on the previous da; (Frida;). He was drunk, and was riding at full speed along the stroct. John Macfarlane, J. P., deposed that prisoner was in his employ- ment, aud he (witness) had known him for about six jears i ho had never seen him thc worse for liquor before ; he was not a good rider, 2nd had ho been on foot might have been oblo to take care of himself. Fined £2, with the alternative of fourteen days' imprisonment. Charles Prain, under remand since tho 18th instant, was charged with stealing a gre; Hil;, branded >-a over J near shoulder, the property of Andrew Kossen Pcmiycuick, of Gainsford. Tho eridenoo taken during the hearing of tho cliorgo was to tho following ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

SECOND DAY. FREU HANDICAP ot £20, with n swoop of £2 odder] ¡ second horse to save his stake ; 10s. forfeit ; two miles and a-half. Mr. F. N. Burne's dun. Sunbeam, agni, 0 st..,, .(King) 1 Mr. J. II. I/minx' ch.g. Daulol O'Hourko, 4 yoars, 6 st. 12 lbs.2 Mr. J. Gown's bv.g Kelndoor, axed, !) st. lil lbs. (Mr. II. (jQrctlJ 3 Mr. Cooiicr's bl.g. Midnight, aged, 8 st. 12 lbs. Mr. li. «oreti « cb.m. Fair Nell, aged, ll st. 0 lbs. Mr. M. Solomon's Grey Dawn. 8 st. 7 lbs. Mr. Archibald's b.g. Spol, agod, 10 st.tolus. fscratchcdj Hctting-2 to 1 Reindeer, 3 to 1 Sunbeam, 4 to 1 Daniel O'Rourke. The six got off well together, Fair Nell leading. At the bridge Midnight showed in front, waited on bj Grey dawn and Daniel O'Rourke, Sunbeam and Reindeer lying last, but well up to thc other four. A quarter of o-ntile further on Daniel O'Rourke took the lead, Midnight, Fair Nell, and Oreydawn giving placo to Reindeer and Sunbenm. On again passing the bridge Reindeer took the lead, waited on by Sunbe...

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SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

SYDNEY. Monday Kreiling. On Friday a cliild belonging to the Station Marter at Riverton iras run ovor by the train. Both tho child's legs «rere cut off. Candlish beat M'Qregor to-day in n boat race over the ohampion course. Copper shares are in good demand. Coora are easier, there being sellers at 12s. 6d. A deputation from the Synod of the Church of England interviewed fha Fremier (Mr. Parte») to-day. They complained of the action of the Council of Education respecting the suburban denominational schools. In roply Mr. Parkes said he saw no reason to j interfere willi the Educational Board. The Government have notified their readiness ' to receive telegrams for London to-morrow, for transmission Wa Port Darwin. Tho published tariff of charges is considered high. Arrived: "Lady Young," B.j "Novelty," barque, from Manila, with 400 tons sugar.

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

ADELAIDE. Monday. The horse oxpross for tho gap in the Over- land Telegraph lino has been organisod. The transmission of messages to and from Port Darwin by that means will oommenco to-morrow, Tuesday.

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

mpouNDmos. GtADSTOKE.-From Rodd'« Bay, May 80, by order of A.Korton, Esq. ; driving 4s, eaob : -1 Boy horse, short docked tail, liko BH near shoulder. 1 Chestnut filly, liko S off saddle. 1 Bay horso, os near shoulder, fistula, hip down. If not released will bo sold 25th June, 1872.-JosErH WILSON, Poundkecper. OISEMONT.-From Albro, on the 13th June, 1872, by order of Messrs. J. and R, M'Moster ( driving 15s. per head .-Groy mare, long tail, blind near eye, branded O over O O 2 near shoulder. Bay gelding, snitch tail, branded jibe 8 near shoulder, S near thigh. If not released will be sold on 15th July, 1872, to defray expenses.-A.. M'liBoD, Poundkecper.

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

MELBOURNE. Monday, The Roman Catholic Bishop has invited his co-i'oligionists to Toto against the Ministry, but bis influence is not feared nt the election on Wednesday. At en election meeting held on Friday night, Mr. Langton, the new Treasurer, was mobbed. , Tho police had to be called in to protect him from further violence, and the rioters followed bim to the train. A man named Callaway has poisoned himself, and attempted to poison his sweetheart, a few hours before their intended marriage.

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

Trade Garda. L. KRAFT, WATCHMAKE» & JEWELLER, EAST STREET (Opposite the Theatre Boyal). ROCKHAMPTON. A. M'LEOD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AKD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS PRINCE OF WALES BUILDING ClEEHOKI. HOWARD SMITH, TOBAOCOÜTIST AM NEWS AGENT, COrpEBFIKLD. JAMES M'PIIERSON, WHEELWRIGHT AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WESTWOOD. Qoorl Workmanship Guaranteed, and punctual attention to all orders. R. L. DIBDIN, STOCK & STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, ASD COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1664. DENHAM CHAMBEES. Mr. HENRY H CET, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, nOCKIUHTTON. CONSULTING ROOMS opposite Bell and Gardner's, East-street. Also at his private residence, Quay-street, by appoint- ment. WILLIAM SEDDON, TINSMITH, & c., EAST STREET, Opposite Mr. F. F. Budden's Store. IBONMONOSES AMD STOSTOEBrEHS SUPÏMSD. Country Orders promptly attended io. JOHN A. TURNER, WOOLBROKER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT. F IBERAL ADVANCES on the clip " of tho ensuing season ¡ also o...

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FRENCH COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

FRENCH COOKERY. A EEMiEKABLE trial, of which reports have been brought by the last mail, has recently taken place in Franco. The Prefect of Eure was accused of malversation. The facts adduced at tho trial amply supported the charge. One account stated that he was indebted to the Government for mieapproprations to the extent of £0000. A number of witnesses appared in his behalf. Among these was M. Pouyer-Quertier, ouo of the most distinguished men of France, and Minister of Finance under the Government of M. Thiers. He exculpated the accused by stating that his accounts bad passed the audit, and that it was improper, therefore, to reopen the question of their truth. When the nature of this evidence was re-examined by tho Assembly, it excited great indignation. In defending himself, the Minister said that the plan of keeping accounts waB wrong, and that he would not defend the system. " I would for myself," ho said, "and I require of all divisions by chapter and by section ;" but he a...

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SAVAGES IN CIVILISED ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

SAVAGES IN CIVILISED ENGLAND. A COUItETTONDENT of tlio Haili/ T/riß graph 1ms boou interviewing tho North Devon Savages. Tho following is tho result of what ho saw :-A. mud floor, wall as black as soot, and full of chinks 'ss a child's dissecting puzzle with tho bits wrongly placed together ; and over- head the roof, through which protruded aggol-sticks and smoked-dried blades of straw that had dropped through holes in the rotten coiling above. The depth of the place inigbt have equalled that of an ordinary dwelling-house ; and through a great gap at tho farther end, partly curtained with a piece of frowzy rod baize, carne a breeze that boro on its wings a strong odour of pigs and their favourite food. Tho pokers, however, were not yet in sight. Tho visible living creatures within the Bhanty, besides half-a-dozen cocks and hens and a duck or two, 'wore Boven human beings-an an old woman, three young women, a sir] of about twelve, a boy of about fourteen, and a baby. There was not a ...

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

To' the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the Police District of Clermont, in I Queensland. T JOSHUA EDBOWES, now re siding ot thc Cross Bonds, in thc district of Clermont, do hereby eire notice that it is my intention to apply at tho nest Special Petty Sessions to be holden for this dietrict,ot Clermont, on the ninth day of July, 1872, for a country ' publican's license for the sale of fermented and spirituous liquors, in the house end appur (cnauces thereunto belonging, situated ut thc Cross Hoads 75 miles from Clermont. Tho house is my own property and contains two sitting-rooms and four bedrooms, delusive of those required for tho family j and is now licensed to mo under the sign of THE SALOPIAN HOTEL, and which I intend to keep os a country inn or publie-bouse. I em married and bare held a publican's license before. Giren under my hand this twenty-seventh day of Moy, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two. I * JOSHUA BDDOWas. 1 i GILBERT, ETHERIDGE, AN...

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

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN 8TEA.M NAVIGATION .COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. SYDNEY.-8te»mer 48 Lour» after rtfLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, und fUSBANK.-" Lad/ Boiren," en or «bout uewîaj nert. - Tar NORTHMEN PORTS. -" Tinonee," OD pr about 29th mitant. F. I/. BARKBR, Agent northampton, June 25,1872. " »LACKBIRD," AND .?> "LORD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. "Jjorfl- Ashler," ».»., -for STONEY, ri« _ MABYBORODjtB--»«*' 3flIBBANE, on pr I '?^mUtou?*-ir^%tioiMwraii*'. Tor] .qOEENSLAHD FORTS, rö SYDNEY, on I . *r »lout Satardty, June Î9. j Al Greatly Bedimed Pant amt fVwjíi». E. II. HUNTER & CO., Agent», i LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE cr CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. THE well-known Al clipper ?hip "LIGHT BBIGAOE," _Í.12Ü tom register, under Ilia Com- mend of GKOEOE Homsir, Esq., is appointed to SAIL FOB LONDON, FROM TBB TORT OF ROCKHAMPTON, OK OB ABOUT TBS 80th INSTANT. Esl iplendid accommodation for all classei of pawragen at the following ratea, TIE. : SALOON.£60 0 SKOOND CABIN. 80 0 ...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. THE following notification! appear in Satur- day week's Gazette : - APPOINTUENT3.-Mr. Brinsley O. Sheri- dan, Sub-collector of Custom», Card» well, to be Inspector of Distilleries at that placo; Thomas Clark to be pilot for tho. Buruott Uiver; Charles M. Nutting, to be Acting Sub-inspootor of the Customs Border Patrol ; Howard St. George, Gold Commissioner, to be Police Magistrate, Etheridge Goldfields ; G. E. Dalrymple, Gold Commissioner, to be Police Magkirato, Gilbert Gold-fields. CojiMisaros OE TEE PEACS-The following gentlemon hare been appointed magistrates of tho territory :-Harpur, Richard Donovan Speer, Barmundoo, Gladstone; Macartney, William Bloomsbury, Kennedy district; Maodonald, Neil Hugh, Mount Margaret, Wilson River: Miller, Hugh Cameron, Clermont; Praed, Arthur Campbell, Mackworlh, Monte Christo, Gladstone. Tho resignation by Mr. Alfred Sandeman, has been accepted. RnäKUVES.-100 acres, from Prrnambuco run, Leichhardt district, are reserved fo...

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Monday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

Monday, June 24. No butineta came before the Court to-dsyv

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TAMBO RACES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 25 June 1872

TAMBO BA.CES. [THOU ODE OWK COEBifiPOSDEKI.] TiTE Groat Western Downs Jockey Club mooting of 1872 is a thing of Ibo (last, uti t I boro to congratulate tho Club upon haring pulled off thc moft successful meeting ever hcM in Tumbo. The races wero held on the 5th and fith of this month ; and a heavy fall of rain on the 3rd, ollhough it made the running a linio hoary in places, put the course on the wbolo in excellent order. The entrances for the different races wore most satisfactory, and the racing gjoil. Spot proved himself too good at she I distances for anything up here, and quite reversed his Charlevillo running. The three Hughendon horses were in fine condition, and ran thrre firsts nod throe seconds, scoring a win each. I was much delighted to see Mr. John Govett pull off tho Member's Cup with his game little horse Reindeer, and I hope we shall have both owner and horse well to the front for muny a year to come. Mr. Solomon was most unfortu- nate with Greydawn, and took his lic...

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