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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

Biàcz WHITE.-Oi^ other great ox plorfcr of Africa, ihr Samujl Baker, i» now engaged in labouring toTsunptss the slave tradg ju thc very heart of that íelantft na If. Xeasepj has rendered il. Tips cnterpri;* ie oppose d' bj the powers of darkness W: material ana spiritual. It is altogether a case 4] Pull Baker, pull Darker. Success to Baker.-Vunch.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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SYDNEY. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

SYDNEY. Wedneeda; Evening. On Tuesday evening, the Legislative ! Assembly passed a resolution to go into Com- mittee on the subsidy proposed to be granted for the California mail service. A large dead whale is ashore at Wreck Bay. Wool sales to-day were brisker. Some prices equalled those ruling a month ago. Copper shares are firm. The shareholders in the Moolboolowan Company elected their directors to-day. Sailed : " Lady Young," e., for Brisbane.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

WITH WHICH 18 IKCOUFORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVEE. FRIDAY, JUKE 28, 1872. FOB some unexplained reason the up-country mafli did not como to hand lost evening. Tn reply to a telegram from the Postmaster here, a mee gago was-, received last evening, stating that the maila would leave Westwood at daylight . and reach Rockhampton at 1 p.m. to-day. MAILS per "Tarra Tarra" for Brisbane and the Australian colonies, close at 2 p.m. this day (Friday). . Mails for Northern Ports per "Tinonee" close at'eight o'clock this evening. IEE "Tarra Tarra" arrived ot the wharf yesterday evening with a heavy oargo. Owing to the great leprth of the uianifost the book was required irrtte A.8.N. Co.'e office until too late aa hour to adiitof thc manifest appearing in our Supplement to-day. Wi would rebind persons interested in the, adjourned sitting* of. the Northern,-- TiUrfict Court that hisÄooor'Mr. District Judge Hirst will re-open th^BsjafAtings at die Court-home, at ten o'clocl^^^^fcrnioi/ The remaini...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Tira nomination for the election of one Alder* man for Archer Ward, in the roDtn of Mr. A. W. S. Smith, who recently reeigoed hie eeat, wee held in the Council Chamber on Tuesday, at noon. There was rather a large attendance of ratepeyers, and much interest was manifested in the proceedings. nie Worship the MAYOE, as Bcturning-ofllccr, stated the object of the doctors being called together, and read tho advertisement. He said that he had received two nominations for the office, viz., that of Mr. A. Feez, and that of Mr. J. Stevenson. The nominations having boen road, hiB Worship Baid that aa there were two candidates for the office, a poll would bc held in the Council Chamber on Tuesday next, com- mencing a 9 a.m. and closing at 4 p.m. Mr. FEEZ being called upon by several of those present, eaid he had come forward BB a candidate to serve in the Municipal Council, at tho requost of several ratepayers of the town. It might bo an indifferent matter to the rate- pay...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

Tb* Yirra. Tarn, f.. left Brisbane on Mondar at 10-16 è.m.t crowed Wide Bay Bar on Tues da; at 81p.m., and anchored for tba night) weighed it 10 a.m. on Wednesday ¡ rounded Gaps Capricorn on Thursday at 10 a.m. ¡ entered tbs ïïlaroî1 at 1 p in., sud armed at the wharf, Roesbsmptlon, at 4-30 p.m. sams day.-Had light westerly winds and fine clear weather thnubous The Wd Ashley, a., left Mackay at 2 p.m. yesterday Vor Rockhampton. She is advertised to tare foi southern ports to-morrow afternoon. The Queensland sailed from Maryborough at ' ll a.m. yesterday for Brisbane. Th« Gortanor Blackall left Maryborough at 1 poa. far ffjrdoay. Tbs Indy Bowen, from Brisbane, entered the Hary Hirer lt 2-20 p m. yesterday. Tba Maid bf Judah, ship, from Start Point, and the Loeb Urr, barque, from Liverpool, armed at Syrjney on Wednesday.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

MELBOURNE. Wednesday. The elections to-day were characterised by great excitement. The results of tho polling are unknown, bat it is behoved that the members of the Ministry havo been returned.

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CALENDAR. JUNE—JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

CALENDAS. JUNE-JULY. ÍHIMOIABDI. ¡Hoon'e Ann. + Jeto» ItrsnJ Al - Sk:::: ?.m. p.m. I « I'll S W ta 43Í et 6-30 t '63 6-15 »37 7fl 7-Ï8 7'45 8'7 * Tee rite of tide in Keppel Bar varlet from Bft. te Ult., and at the ifppor Flau Crom Crt.to lort. Depth of water at the Upper FIHI--In the old or natural channel, st low waler springs, irt.«ln; highest «pringa, »ft. Bin. Kew enttiag at low water springs, 5ft. ; la highest springs, 16ft-Tlie time or high water ii slightly In fenced by fresboU and high winds. t The lidearesrh their fullat tho Pilot Station,Keppel Bay, th. «Om. earlier, and al Bookhampton 30m. later kan tbs hours named in the above table.

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NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

NATIONAL EDUCATION. To TOB EDITOB OF THE BBIBBINE OocniEB. Bra,-Be kind enough to insert the following resolutions on thc Education Question, which I have, aa Secretary of the Queensland Congrega- tional Union, forwarded, as instructed, to the Hon. the Colonial Secretary and the Board of Education. The resolutions were adopted by the Union at their annual meeting, unanimously.-Tour«, &c~ £DWP. GEIFJUH.

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

ROCKBAilPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, June SI. BEFOEK tho Police Magistrate. Jolt Heinrich Btrube appeared before the Court charged with unlawfully wounding. Constable Stretton deposed: Apprehended the prisoner this morning, about half-past eight o'clock, at the Crescent Hotel, ou the charge of unlawfully wounding a Dane named Hotpeter ; saw marks of blood on the verandah of the hotel, and in one of the rooms j fonnd no j weapon upon the premises; witness was not prepared to proceed with the charge aa the wounded man waa in the hospital. Remanded for further evidence.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTH. LAURIE.-On the 22nd instant, Mrs. A. S.     Laurie, Rockhampton, of a son.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. Sir,-I am glad to see Mr. Dibdin's letter in your issue of Saturday. I am also glad to find   that my notice of the Fire Brigade has stirred up the latent heat, which promises to give us "wet practice," hot ; and, above all, I am glad to think that the attention of the public has been directed to this valuable institution, and that Mr. Dibdin's explanation is so satisfactory ; but as my silence might be taken for a tacit admission that I had made " many misstate- ments" and conveyed very "erroneous impres- sion" as to the drill and efficiency of the Fire Brigade, I trust that you will insert this my reply. I refer Mr. Dibdin to an apparently semi- official announcement in the Bulletin of the 18th instant, of the proposed " wet practice" to to take place that evening, which wound up thus,-" The Volunteer Fire Brigade intend to indulge in the luxury of a wet practice, and it is desired to test the efficiency of the bell as we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

AUSTRALIAN MEAT AGENCY. CENTRAL DEPOT, 31, Norton Folgate, London, E.G. D. TALLERMAN, MANAGER. THE above are prepared to receive consignment« of Preserved Mosts and to dispose of the Berne through their various branches, which are in course of establishment u every town and district of Great Britain. MAEAYILLA COCOA, for Break fast. The Glube says, "Various im- porters and manufacturers hare attempted to attain a reputation for their prepared Cocoas, but we doubt whether any thorough success has been achieved until Messrs. Taylor Brothers discovered the extraordinary qualities of MARA- VILLA COCOA. Adapting their perfect sys- tem of preparation to this finest of all species of the Theobronia, they have produced an article which supersedes every othor ocoa in the maret. Entire solubility, a delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all other. For homoeopaths and invalids wc could not recommend a more agreeable ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

^ptrnire deön^l^B^Wn breeding, the pedigree and antecedents of the parents must be known ; and in this alone was the transmission of desirable characters certainly secured. In the Buccessful breeding of sheep, the importance of using well-bred rams of established and fixed characters is now generally admitted by all intelligent flockmasters. The laws of variation must also be considered. Nature was BO profuse in her variety, and so fertile in her resources, that mere slavish copies Were never produced. Although to the superficial gaze animals and plants appeared identical the variability of each was very great. But the Jaw of variability had an evil as well as a good aspect. Whilst on the one hand there was fortunately a tendency to increase of size and vigour and fertility, there was, unfortunately, on the other, a like tendency to weakness, to deterioration, ! and to infertility. It therefore behoved stock breeders to be more careful than they were to choose the most desirable var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

iTvA. TTOE A.USTEA.LÀ.8IA.N «dsssV><fV 1 STEAM NAVIGATION ^^^^glOOMPANX'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY.-" Balclutha," on or «bout Tuesday next. For BRISBANE DIRECT.-" Yam Yarra," Thia Afternoon, at 8 o'clock, at greatly reduced tares. For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," Tomorrow, at half-past S o'clock. F. lu BARKER, Agent. Rockhampton, June Î8,1872. " BLACKBIRD," AND .*-» "LOBD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. " Lord Ainley," e.a., for SYDNEY, tia MARYBOROUGH! and BRISBANE, on or ] about Saturday Afternoon, June 29,1872. "Blackbird," from MELBOURNE fori QUEENSLAND PORTS, via SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 29. M Greatly Seduced Fara and Freights, B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agenta. NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. SHIP "LIGHT BRIGADE." PASSENGERS will please to complets their arrangement! forthwith, ai the ihlp ii tait filling up, and will be diipatohed about UhTE JULY. 1 EQUITABLE PIONEERS, DIVIBION^No. í, SONS OF TEMPERANCE, ASPECIAL MEETING of the above Division will be held at tbe Class Room, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

TO STOCK OWNERS. rp HE HOGARTH A.M. P. CO. (Limited), Oakey Creek, Toowoomba, «re PURCHASERS of FAT STOCK. Applicn |ti* lo bo oddressed to the MANAGING Wl^pTOB, Westbrook, Drayton. SOAP WORKS. HHE undersigned respectfully call the 1 .">'ottentk'n of the Northern WHOLESALE L^KKEEPERS to their BRICES and itas. \ BAYNES & DARBAQH, Soap Work), Brisbane. lORFEITED MINERAL SELECTION. FBLIC attention is directed to tho Ínotico respecting certain forfeited mineral ¡one on and near Rosewood Creek, which red in tho Govertn.<.ent Gateifn of thc 25|U May, 1872, folio 818. J. MALBON THOMPSON. 25^i GEBERT, ETHERIDGE, ANû WESTERN CREEK GOLD FIELDS. ru'JARLES JENKYN (late Editor of V-Ti tile .Wiiir'ny Record, N.S.W.), AOTTIONEER, MINING SUAREBROKER 1 AKD ÍNEWS, ADVERTISING, MIKING, i' ¿vu 1ENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, I GroEQLTowN, EinEBiuaK RIVED. Miling fnforraoliún from tho Etheridge; Welcrn Creek, Cloncurry, mid every pert of tho Oilni't Gold-fielde, furnished lo parlies at u ...

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THE TIN COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

THE TIN COUNTRY. Ix il almost superfluous to inform your reader« that the new township of Stanthorpe-onoe designated Quart-pot-is distant from Warwick come thirty-eight miles. The journey ia per- formed daily by a coach owned by the well known firm of Cobb and Co., the fare either way being Ss., and, to use a slang expression, "dirt cheap'' at the money. Another coach, owned by Bums and Co., leaves Warwick for Stanthorpe three times a week, the fare by which convóyanos ia double. Travellers who care for comfort on the rough journey I would recommend to patronise the latter t if they are not particular es to a good ehakfng, and anxious for a last run, then the former is the correct thing. Arrived at Stanthorpe, you ara at onoe re- minded of the good old dsys on the gold-fields of Hew South Wales and Victoria-calico tent«, bark humpies, shelters made from boughs of trees, ie. Dwellings of this kind are scattered over the new township, and on gullies and creeks for many miles around. I...

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AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

AFFAIRS IN FEANCE. WiUTTsa on 1.0th April, (lie ?' Correspondent of thc Melbourn s!,-n A week arter tho departure or lasjt inonth'smai],lho National Assembly,that had boen fiittinc for B¡X wh-ilo month", thought it hut right to nispcnd thu lecion for three weeks, and avail thctfl BCIVOR of Ibo Easter vacation, sr>mo few to take rest in tho bosom of their fuiuily or to visit their electors ; others, ii greater numbers, to take a share in thc labours of tho councils-general nf theil' respectivo departments, whoso peeaiou is 7i,w2Jttkr-hf!d at this time of the yc¿|r On taking leave"-or tut i^uties of the nation, tho President of tho Äepubmr pronounced a speech cvidcutly addressed to a far more numerous audience than tho one ho spoke to-to tho whole country, in fact, and to all our friends and foes, and which has created throughout France and Europe most thorough and undeniable satisfaction. Three orders of ideas were distinctly set forth, and explained tn this speech ; our finances,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

THE Sullelia it now printed by eteam. A ?mall portion of to-dny'e issue bat been reserved for three o'clock this afternoon, when any of our friends who desire may soe tho engine and machinery at work. THE Legislativo Assembly ÍB on its good behaviour, indeed. The objection- able portion of tho Redistribution Bill -which originally was intended to permit the sitting members for divided electorates to choose their constituencies, and was afterwards altered" by the Bill itself allotting constituencies to the sitting members - has been entirely eliminated. Tho Assembly has now wisely determined that the new Act shall create an entirely new Rouse. This is just as it should be, and the heart-burnings which would have been caused by the original clause, or as it stood when amended, will now be entirely prevented. There will also he another advantage, we BBsume. The present House will transact the whole of the business of the year, without a lengthened adjournment. This, if really the case,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM JTAnaATTOJ* [COUPANTS STEAMSHIPS. , For SIDNEY.-" Balclutha," on or «bout Saturday next. For BRISBANE.-" Yan-» Tam," early. For KOBTSKptr POETS.*-""Tinonee," on Saioiday Morning, at 8 80 o'clock. F. L. 3AEESB, Agent. . tübóíiir¥tíSt¡r,íaaeSS,lB7Z. "ßltokbira," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND POETS, via SYDNEY, oo or «bout Saturday, June 29. At OrtatUf Seduced Farer and Freight!. B. M. HUNTER & 00., Agenta. ÄootlianiptoD, Jöne 27,1672. H .A. IRR, IS' UOÑDON & QUEENSLAND LINE Ol . CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. THE well-known Al clipper t »hip "LIGHT BBIGADE," _pl244 tone register, under the Com- mand of GÏOBÉIÏ JJ otSKif, Eag., ¡a appointed SAIL FOR LONDON, *80H TBE POET OP EOCKÏîAMPTON, . . ONOB ABOUT THE 10th J ULT. Hai aplaudid accommodation for «ll cianea of paiaangsra at the following ratea, TIE. : SALOON ... . £50 0 SECOND CABIN... ... 80 O STEERAGE . 18 10 Smalt packages. consigned to fiiendi in England «ill be carefully a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

BBIPPINQ WTELLIGENcr.. AiicrvAL. JUNE 20.-Tint;-.*1. «.*.. yir* tons. Captain nit-" 'v.m OIovolHtid Ba'. f-.r: í»< Mackay,andfit. La» "-ca, PBSSODROI^- aJuMiK. iii.i), Hal lou, and twonty in ttio ?toomgo. nRl'ARTTHES. Juno 2i.-Linly No«, n, kn uh, J. Watson, master, for Gladi tone. Juno 86.-Vi.ilni-. ficUooncr, J. Dwyer, waster, for tho wreck of the Hannah Broomfield.

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