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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

UOCKBAMPTON POLIOS COURT. Tuesday, June 25. BEFOBE the Police Magistrate. Sarah Bennett arrested in East-street for drunkenness, was ordered to pay a fine of twenty shillings, or to be imprisoned for forty eight boure. Prisoner was next convioted of using obscene language in the same locality, and BBnluiiuud-to-pay a. Airthey ^penal^-ofljorty shillings; in default, one month's imprisonment?"^ Catherine Brown arrested in company with Bennett, and looked up for drunkenness, was admitted to bail; silo fsilod to appear when called, and tho amount of bail deposited, 20s., was ordered to be forfeited. Charles and Joseph Hill wore brought before tho Court, by Sergeant Sheridan, on tho chargo of disobeying a summons issued by tho Olormont Bench. Thc eubject of thc eummons was breach of agreement to work for the Copper Mining Company, nt Copperfield. Prisoners wee arrested at Sebastopol by Sergoant Sheridan. Remanded to Clermont. John Bone arrested by Sergeant Sheridan under warrant on tho c...

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NORTHERN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 June 1872

NORTHERN NEWS. OüB filos of northern piper» per " Tinonee " are incomplete, except in the case of the Mackay Mercury, all the numbers of which are to hand. The following are extracts : The stations Dottswood and St. Ann's, together with osttle estimated at 18,500 head, hare changed hands during the week, Messrs. W. Degraves and Co, of Melbourne, having disposed of them to Messrs. Bourke and Munro, the well known contractors. We are informed that the figure was a satisfactory one.-C. B. Express, June 15. The Ravenwood escort, in charge of Sub Inspector Clohesy, arrived in town on Thursday, with 6417OZB. gold, consigned as follows :-3816 ozs. Joint Stock Bank ; 2601ozs. Bank New South Wales. The escort rttarned to the gold-field yesterday (Friday) afternoon, haring in custody £1000 in unsigned notes, the properly of the Bank of New South Wales.-Ibid. The Bavensmood Miner, of June 15 and 18, is of diminished size, its paper having fallen short. Our contemporary is apparently in- debted...

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

THE adjourned sittings of tho Northern District Court open to-morrow, at the Court- house, with the following -ïiîti-^ratnck Fairlie v. J. Soban, ùiahonoured promissory note, £19 18e. 5d. ; C. Pybus v. G. Goscombe and others, replevin bond, £10; P. F. Macdonald v. 3. Forster, breach of contract, £100. Ca. Sa. Motion.-M. Gallagher t>. G. Gay. His Honor ie expected to arrive by train this afternoon. THE public man in these days who constantly proclaims himself "a thoroughly independent member," lays himself open to suspicion. Politi- cians are so addicted to saying the thing which is not, that whan * gentleman prates of bis own independence, the publia ara wont to inquire if bc is not afflicted with an itehing palm. We like genuine independence, in moderation, but too many orators are independent of the obliga- tions of truth, good taste, and common sense. Among such, we fear, must be classed Mr. Johnston, the independent member for Ipswich. His proposal to euepend the running of t...

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

' Hi, SiJtDEHAK'6 IHBOLVEKCI.-SÍjmo of the papen hive been pointing to the insolvency of this gentleman who flied his schedule, debts £121,000, assets £6. They are in ignorance of the fact«, evidently. A squatter gets toto debt aa do other men, but he generally drams upon fail agent to pay off bia indebtedness. Probably he drews very largely, and deposita in his «gent s hands the leese of the run, giving a bill hf ealc over It end stock to the agenta, which in .many instan on are the banks of the ooikntry. Eventually the agent tells the squatter, "You can draw no more," so the agent takes possession of the squatter's run, stock, ta.-io fact fore- closes on him. let it be granted that in Hr. Bandsman's ease he so owes his agent, say £115,000, snd he owes in smal1 debts, say £6000 the agent having swallowed up all Ur. 8ande\ man ned in the world, save £6 (perhaps his watch) put in as assets, the sgent gets all and the smaller creditors get none-so Ur. Bands- man ales his schedule to g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

Trade Cards. L. KRAFT, WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, EAST STREET (Opposite the Theatre Boyal), ROCKHAMPTON. A. M'LEOD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, ABD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS PRINCE OF WALES BUILDING CLEBICOHT. HOWARD SMITH, TOBAOCONIST AND NEWS AGENT, CorrKRFiittD. JAMES M'PHERSON, WHEELWRIGHT ABD GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WESTWOOD. Good Workmanship Guaranteed, and punctual attention to ali orders. R. L. DIBDIN, STOCK fc STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, AND COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM CHAMBERS. Mr. HENRY HUET, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST, BOCinjHTTOK. GONSULTING ROOMS opposite Bell and Gardner's, Eatt-strect. Also et his private residence, Quay-street, by appoint- ment. WILLIAM SEDDON, TINSMITH:, &C, EAST STREET, Opposite Mr. F. F. Budden's Store. IRONMONGERS AND STOBEEEEFBBS SOPFMKD. Country Ordert promptly attended to. JOHN A. TURNER, WOOLBROKKR, STOCK AND STATION AGENT. LIBERAL ADVANCES on tho clip of the ensuing season ; oho on Wool, Sheep...

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THE GREAT RAILWAY PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

THE GREAT RAILWAY PROJECT. THE project of a transcontinental railway lias now been definitely brought beforo the South Australian Législature on the motion for the second reading of the bill for reserring the land. It has by this time become evident (hat what- ever may be thc possibilities of the échame, it is as far as its promoters aro concerned, a (ona fide one, end that many men of first-class character and position ero accepting the responsibility of advocating it. Mr. Blyth moved the second reading of the measure, and, in doing si, discussed what he regarded as the two main objections urged by its opponents. The first of these is the length of time allowed to the pro- moters to maturo their plana, and effect a contract with the Government, a time which ho sought to show waa not longer than might be reasonably demanded for the consideration of so weighty a matter. The most important objection, however, related to the enormous quantity of the land asked for as endowment. This, M...

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EXECUTION OF PATRICK COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

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

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LOSS OF THE YOUNG AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

LOSS OF TBE YOÜ8G AUSTRALIA. THE following ie Captain Conper'e own elate ment respecting the loss of the vessel, os given by himself to thc Courier's reporter. On the 81st May, at anohor off the Pilot Station, Pilot Sholl being on board i at 4 a.m. turned Imnds out, hove in short, and made all sail. At 6 30 a.m. weighed anchor, there being light variable oirr from east to south-west. At 1030 a.m. the pilot left the ship off the Tetlow Patch, the wind at the time beim light from S.8.W., and thc ship steering au easterly course. The wind continued to veer from 8.8. W to S.W. and W., being light all the time. At 1116 a.m. the wind flew round lo the N.N.E. ; braced the ehip up on the port tack, the Eaet Cape of Moreton leland braring S.E. by compass. Stayed ship. After hauling the main yard the wind fell, and it became a dead calm, ship remaining stationary, whilst a heavy easterly ewoll and strong southerly current set the ship towards the rocas. The vessel ultimately com- menced to pa...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

CONTINENTAL. FrraoU affairs ore more -Marshal Bazaine hayemov.orl 1S"Verí&iíle« pending hie trialsJRS'Committee appointed to investigate tho capitulations hare censured several of the commanders. General Wimpfen bitter!} replies to Hie censure, Ducrot throws the whole responsibility of the surronder of Sedan on the ex-Emperor. Neither Troohu nor Tinou ia con- sidered responsible for the surrender of Paris. Wholesale frauds have been discovered in tho Imperial War Department. Chauncey's reputation is increasing, and he is likely to ba the new War Minister. The re-ostablishmont of the Council of Slate bas been determined upon. Don Carlos has been routed, and driven from Spain. Several thousand of his followers have surrendered. The King promises reform. M. Bios, the Ministerial candidate, bas been elected Proaident of the Cortes. Germany has boen insulted by the Pope refusing to receiro Cardinal Hobenslobe. Prince Bismark has retired to his estate ill. The Gorman Government in...

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THE SALE OF THE "YOUNG AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

THE SALE OF THE "YODNG AUSTRALIA." THE sole by auction of tba wreck of tba « Young Australia," with cargo and appnr I tenances, took place on 7th June, and attracted a vrry crowded attendance. The scene wat a i very animated one, the preliminary panie before the proceedings oommenced being devoted to speculations amongst the non-purchasing portion of the crowd (who formed thc majority prêtent) : at to what the lot wonld bring, and the probability of the cargo being all saved. Mr. ' Cameron commenced by reading tho condition« I of tho sale, which were to the following effect i -1st. The highett bidder to be the purohster, end in the event cf a diepcite arising at to who wee the highett or last bidder, the lot to bc put up again at a former bidding. 2nd. That the I wreck, stores, and cargo shall be taken with all faulte and deficiencies, and «hall be at the risk cf the purchaser et thc fall of the hammer. 3rd. That the purchaser shall pay the whole of the purchase money, in cash, on t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

PBECIOTJB STONES.-Mr. A Fyfe, M LJ, has brought down with him from Rockhampton .amples of black sand, and some stones which hare been declared lo be rubies and sapphires, and which were found on land about twenty miles from Rockhampton. We understand from the hon. gentleman that since hie arrival here several persons in Brisbane bavo volunteered the i money necessary to secure the land where they were found, for the purpose of a systematic I ' search for garni and mineral».-Courier. '

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OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From the Mockay Mercury, June 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

OUTBACKS BY TUE BLACKS. ("from tim Mocka« Mercury, June l.J A. sciioii outrag« lias been committed by the blade, who for some time past bad been allowed to camp neat the Head Station, Plane Creel, where they were kindly treated by Medra. Bell and Atherton, who distributed to them the Government blankets, etc., and it wne supposed that in future they would be peace- able j hut kindness proved to be thrown away upon these savages, as on Saturday last they attempted to murder Mr. Muggleton, who resides on et eelection, some two miles distant from the Head Station. A house it in course of being erected at this selection, the two skillion rooms at the back being the only port finished. In these rooms Mr. Muggleton with his wife sod children resided ¡ there wee also on that night a boy, a son of a neighbouring settler, stopping at the piece for Ilia,, night. About ten o'clock, when the family were about to retire, a lot of blacke came to the place and demanded " bucca !" using threatening...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

A TKLEORIH received by Captain Hunter yosterdny afternoon stated that Hie recently stranded vessel, tho '* Hannah Broomfield," with hull in fair condition, and rigging and running gear complete, arrived safely in Keppel Bay yesterday. Or/B mail telegram began to corns through about five o'clock yesterday afternoon, and slips of tho news were issued about an hour after- wards. It was announced ot the tolegraph office yesterday that the mail eteamer reached Queens- cliffe, Uobson's Bay, on tho morning of that day. TnB Inspector of Nuisances, accompanied by fifteen men and two police officers, made another raid upon the vagrant goats on Wednesday night. The party suoceeded in capturing 150 of these pests, making a grand total of more than two thousand destroyed by the Inspector since his appointment fifteen months ago. TUB arrival of steamers, country mails, and telegrams on Thursday and yesterday, gave us so large a supply "of news that wo were sorely puzzled to find space for it. Muc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

Min,'! per " Iiord Ashley" dose at 2 p.m., and per "Tinonee" at 230 p.m. this day (Saturday). Foreign and English mails, via Brisbano, close on or about Monday next. WB are requested by Messrs. A. E. Alexander and Oo. to call attention to their sale to-day at tho Bank Auction Booms, of leasehold and freehold properties in the insolfeut estate of J. 0. Blaokburn.-ADVT.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

COMMERCIAL. The month's shipments show an increase to Queensland. The total Talus of exporta £78,500. Large supplies of gold are coming forrard. Stock Exchange bneinen is ¡ncr. dingly .otire. Tho establishment of the " Queensland Piljong Fishery and ïfeat Presorting Company" ! ia announced ; capital £60,000. ! Colonial securities are quiet, but firm. Sydney , 102 to 104} ¡ Queensland, 112 io 111; Vic corian, 112? to 116. The wool eales closed with a slight rooovory of, prices from tho lowest point reached during the salo. The French buyers were absent. Tho average fall was about 2d. Greasy suffered most. Quoorisland cotton 10|d. to lld. I Tallow is in brisk demand, et ls. advance. I Hides are quiotj light and lower leather I depressed. Largo quanties are offering. Bark sold at a declina of 30s. Arrived : " Malabar," from Brisbane.

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. ROCKS OFF THE ENTRANCE TO BROAD SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

NOTICE TO MAEINEßS. BOCKS OFF THU ENTRANCE TO BROAD SOUND. CAPTAIN BROOKS of the "Black Swan," «porta haring «¡gated on his lagt voyage from Brisbane to Broad Sound, a small patch of dangerous roch, about seven feet above low water, lying in the following position ? . £.'"?8-d, . S.E. by B. i B. ,? ttortn-eaat hummock of eastern . moat North Point lalee ... W. byN. Northernmost of Two Bound Boob . E. byN.JN. Gr. P. HEATH, Communier, S.S. _ . _ Portmeeter. Department of Porte and Harbour«, Brisbane, 16th June, 1872.

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COMMERCIAL. June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

COMMERCIAL. June 6. The wool eales are fixed for the 20th June. The probable etook ia 200,000 bales. _ The manufacturers buy sparingly in the meantime. Copper has further advanced. Wallaroo, £110 per ton. Wheat is quiet. Bark lower. Discounts, 4 per cent. Consols, 92i ex dividend. London, June 7. The Prince of Wales has reoeirod a magnifi- cent general illumination. tn the Homo of Lords, Earl Granville road a letter from Kr. Schenk, the American Minister, cnolosiug a telegram from the American Govern- ment, giving the assurance that the consequential claims are abrogated under the Supplemental Treaty. The Senate's amendment, which the English Cabinet hesitates to accept, relating to the definition of the indirect claims, if to oe abandoned. Earl . Russell's motion waa in consequence withdrawn. Assent to the Scotch Education Bill, which enforces Biblical teaching bas boen reserved. Prince Bismark threatens tbs denaturabsation I of the Jesuits. Arrived: "Hudson," from'Brisbane. j

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. WIDE BAY BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

NOTICE TO MABINEES. WIDE BAT BAB. THE Channel orer (he Bar haring again shifted {farther northwards, the leading beacons are not to be depended upon as a guide for crossing , the Bar untU they hare been replaced in posi- tion, when a notice to that effect will be issued fem this office.

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[The following reached us at 11.20 p.m. yesterday.] GENERAL SUMMARY. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

[The following roached us at 11'20 p.m. yesterday.] j GENERAL SUMMARY. I {Continued.) Captain Bytbexca has been dismissed by a Court-martial, for grounding the *' Lord Clyde." Tho junior officers of the Teasel were also punished. The 2Veto Torte Rerali African Scorch Expedition found Or. Livingstone at A jeri! j (f Djiji.) A violent hurricane has destroyed the town of Zanzibar, in Africa. ¡ Paymaster Amphalett is appointed to tho charge of the Sydney Victualling Depût. Sir J. Hopa, Grant has resigned the Governor- ship of Malta. A new Admiralty Board has been appointed, oonsisitng of Earl Oaroberdown, Admirals Tarleton and Seymour, and Messrs. Goschen aud Decres. The Bill repealing the Party Procossioi.s Act has passed the House of Lords. OflrrtURr.-Charles Lovor, Marsha! Vaillant, General Greaves, the Duke of Bedford, the Archduchess Sophy Geolygarmault, -Ouril Dalling.

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SHOAL & REEF, NORTHERN ENTRANCE TO BROAD SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

SHOAL & BEEF, NORTHERN ENTRANCE TO BROAD SOUND. Captain Bawden, of the s.a. James Paterson, j reporta that a large sandbank, which dries in I patches at low water, extends about li miles to ' the south-west from e bland. Also, that a reef 1J miles long extends to the ! eastward from Ko. 2 Flat Isles. G. P. HEATH, Commander, B.N., Fortmagtcr. Department of Porte and Harbour«. Brisbane, Slat June, 1872.

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