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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. May». New York journals severely censuro the Administration regarding the indirect chime in the Alabama dispute. The Parliament of the Dominion baa Toted the Canadian Clause of the Anglo-American Treaty by a larg« majority. Too Home of Representatives st Washington referred to the Foreign Committee «onie reso- lutions, declaring the statement of Sir Stafford Northcote that tue promised rtaims for indirect damages should not be presented, impugns the faith of the American Commissioners ; and thor ask the President who gave the promise. Tbs Foreign Committee reported favourably on the resolutions. On May 25, the Senate ratified the supplemen- tary articles. Tho Dutch Ministry persistió resigning,not- withstanding the request of the King. The Burmese Embassy' have declined an audience with the Pope, because of the condi- tions imposed on them. Tba Carlist insurrection continues in Spain. The Minister of JuBtice Bt Berlin has issued a decree, threatening measures agai...

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

Gol» IB sn idol worshipped in all climates -nftont a single temple, and by all classes , Without a single hypocrite.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

GENERAL SUMMARY. Tho Starch maila were delivered ia London on the 13th Slay. The Pacific blanden Bill hag paned the House of Lords. A new wool warehouse has been opened at Millwall. A reduction in charges of 28 per cent is promised. Tho rule for a new trial in the oase of the Australian Steam Navigation Company v. Mono has been discharged. Proceedings for recovering the Doughty Estates have been stopped till the cOBts in the Tichborne case have been paid. The softness of the Australian sovereign is I complained of at the Bank of England. Emigration from the United Kingdom to Canada is active. Cornish minera are etill leaving for Australia. In the House of Commons, Mr. Macarthur is to move on the 28th instant, that an address ba presented to the Queen, praying for the estab- lishment of a British Protectorate over Fiji. The establishment of a naval atore and victualling yard at Sydney have been decided on hythe Admiralty. Mr.Amphalett is appointed to take charge. The certificate of t...

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

Shipping Announcements. T1 T«HB AUSTRALASIAN A STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For 8YDNEY.-" Balclutha," on or about Tooday next. ' ForQtiDSTONK.BUNDABffRO,MARY- BOROUGH, and BRISBANE. - " Lady Bowen," on or about Tuesday next. For NORTHMEN PORTS.-"Tinonee," Thia Afternoon, at 8 o'clock. (Unavoidably pontooned tili anira! of " Balclutha.") F. L. BARKER, Agent. Rockhampton, Jone 29,1872. " BLACKBIRD," AND .*-» "LORD ASHLEY," STEAMSHIPS. "Lord Ainley," e.a., for 8YDNEY, via MABTBOROUGH and BRISBANE, TM» (Saturday) Afternoon, Jone 29, at 8 o'clook. "Blackbird," from MELBOURNE for QUEENSLAND FORTS, via SYDNEY, on or about Saturday, June 29. Al Oreallg Stductd Fara and Freights. B. M. HUNTER & 00., Agente. SOUTH SBA ISLANDS. 1HE Schooner "JASON" ?viii be despatched from , Maryborough totbe New Hebrides, _, on or «bout the 8TH JULY. For return passages of Islanders apply to R. THAVT8 & CO., Agenfe. Maryborough, June 28,1B72. HARRIS' LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE ...

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

The Torra Tarra, e., loft Brisbane on Honda; st 10*15 p.m. i crossed Wide Bar Bar on Tues- day st 8 p.m., and anchored for the night .. «reigned at 10 a.m. on Wednesday; rounded ' Cape Capricorn on Thursday at 10 a.m. ; entered the Fitzroy at 1 p.m., and arrived at the wharf, Bookhnsnpton, at 430 p.m. same day.-Had light westerly winds end fine clear weather throughout. The Maid of Judah, ship, from Start Point, , and the Loch TJrr, barque, from Liverpool, arrived at Sydney on Wednesday. The Hannah Broomfield, schooner, whioh had been for some weeks psst on the Capricorn Group, was, during the Ute springs, floated safely over the reef, and yesterday she arrived - in the river( fortunately without any material damage haring been suffered by the vessel cr her cargo. The insurance companies reap the benefit of the eaergetio and successful efforts made to save the wreck. The Lord Ashley, s.s., left Townsville at 11-40 p.m. on the 25th; arrived at Bowen at noon, ' 26thj left Bowen at 615...

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SHIPPING INTELIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

SOIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITAIr. Jons M.-Turra Tarra, e., 600 tons, Captain Cottlor, from BrlBbano dlroct. Passengers-Misses Bourolcault (2), Ml» Cockburn, Maure. J. IT. 0. Macrlcar, F. h. Kicbolson, and tulrteon in tba stoarago. Juno 28,-Annie, schoener. Milter, Master, from Bustard Bar : 20.000 foot ttmbor, for J. Ferguson. June BB.-Lord Aibloy, i.s., 800 tons, Captain Bristow) from Townsville, Bowen, and Mackay. Passengers-Mrs. Oranam,Mr. Graham, Captain B. P. Peterson, Messrs. G. Deane, w. IL ¡Tulloh, W, Kayos, Mayno/and forty one In tue steerage, DBPABTUBES. Juno 28,-Tarra Tarra, s., Captain Cottier, for Brlsbano, passengers-Mn. J. A.. Foot, Messrs. J. A. Foot, H. Bell, H. O. Desmond, A. V. Bell, Master Habonoy, F. Hinds, B*v. Hean Muría?, ándate in tile steerage. June SS.-Annie, schooner, B. Miller, master, for Bas tard Ray. June 28.-Tarra Tarn, e.; tot Brlsbano: 1 box, Bainerstaaatari 1 saddle tree, Bonos; 1 truss drapery, J. W. Face and Co.; eitra luggage. Davis, for Sydney:...

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THE NEW COURT HOUSE AND GOVERNMENT OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

THE NEV? COURT HOUSE ANO GOVERNMENT OFFICES. TnE plana and epeciOcatione of tbe nev Govern- ment Offices are no« on view at the Court- house. They will form a very hand- some pile, at least equal to any other govern- ment buildings outside the metropolis. As shown on the plan the buildings will have a frontage of 72 feet to Fast-street and 100 feet to Fiteroy-street. The front elevations show that there will bo two stores, with verandahs and baloonics, the buildings to be of brick willi cement exterior, the whole " presenting a very elegant appearance. At the entrance there is a spacious lobby reached by some broad steps. At each side of tho lobby thcroare two commodious offices; thoso on ¡ thc left hand eide hoing intended, ona for the I barristers, and tho other for the bailiff, those on I tho right hand side ore at present unappro : pt Sated. Fasting through tho lobby to warde tho court-room the staircase to the gallery is seen on the right. Tho court-room, Gt feet by 28 feet, wi...

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ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAIL, VIA SUEZ, WITH NEWS TO THE 7TH JUNE. BULLETIN OFFICE, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

ARRIVAL OF TEB EUROPEAN MAIL, VIA SUEZ, \ "WITH NEWS TO THE 7TH JUNE. : BcxLETitr OFFICE, Friday Afternoon. THE branch mail steamer "Rangatira" arrived at (Glenelg at daylight. Tho P. and O. Com- pany's steamship " Bangalore " reached King George's Sound on Sunday.

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SEPARATION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

SEPARATION COMMITTEE. A SPECIAL mooting of the Separation Committee was held at tho Secretary's offices, Denham Chambers, on the 12th instant. Present : Messrs. Or. B. Shaw (Chairman), Gt. M. Leigh. A. Grant, T. Nobbs, B. Brodnitz, and T. O'Kone. The minutée of last meeting having been read and confirmed, the following correspondence wa« read : 26, Devonshire Place, London, April 14,1872. Sir,-Having applied to Earl Kimberley, requesting that bis Lordship would be pleased to state when it would be convenient for him to receive the deputation appointed to wait upon him in reference to the petition from Rock- hampton, I reoeircd a reply to the following effect, vis : That on receipt of the potition above referred to Lord Kimberley bad referred the subject of its prayer to the Government at Brisbano ; that no report bad yet been received from thence j and that, in the abiteitee of any euoh report it was impossible for bis Lordship to give any reply, or to pledge the Government to any s...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

ADELAIDE. The first boras express of tho overfond telegraph started from the southern end of the gap yesterday. There were transmitted by it thirty-one private messages. Tho total amount charged by tbs department for transmission is £325.

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

Laurvig, Norway, 8th April, 1872. Sir,-For the information of tho" Committee, I hero to report the receipt of an answer from Sir Charles Nicholson to my letter of March 6, a copy of which was forwarded by Inst mail. I hope that Sir Charles will himself com- municate with the Committee, but I may here ! state that tho subtance of his reply ht to the effect that my presence in London now-no report on the petition haring yet arrivod from the Queensland Government-could lead to no praotioal result. He has therefore determined to take what I consider the best possible step under tho circumstances, viz., to ask an inter- view with Lord Kimberley, for the purpose of inducing his Lordship again to demand a report from tho Queensland Government. I liavo written Sir Charles to eay that if in such an in- terview anything Bhould fall from Lord Kim- berley inducing the belief that my presence in London would be of use in the cause of Separa- tion, I will at once, when so informed, go there. From...

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Rodborough Lodge, Strand, Gloucestershire, April 19,1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

Rodborough Lodge, Strand, Gloucestershire, - April 19,1672. Sir,-I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of December 16 last Sir Charles Nicholson showed me a letter which fae had written to you yesterdoy.givimi Lord Kimberley's views as ozpressed tiHoJpcially to him. I was most ready to attend a deputation if one had been advisable, but in the absence of any infor- mation from the authorities at Brisbane, or any parliamentary proceedings with reference to the subject, it was considered useless to get one in the present etate of the qucetion. The Separa- tions made in former cases have been over end over again brought before the Legislative Assemblies prior to the Homo Government taking any etcps at all. Tho petition from Cardwell also complicates the formation of a now colony, and it does seem, prima facie, that tho forming of Queensland in' « three provinces, with local self-government anj ii Federal Assembly which would settle the Cu-toms duties, &c, would really ...

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BRISBANE. Friday, 5.25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

BRISBANE. Frida;, 5 25 p.m. The recommittal of the Election! Bill waa concluded to-day, and the third reading was fixed for Tuesday next. Ur. tiller's aslf-adjtuting amendment! wore rejected on Thursday night, after a long debate, on division by IS ayes to 16 noes. Several fresh amendments in various clauses wore, however, agreed to. Tlie Bill is not likely to undergo any material alteration in the Council. As it now elands, Revision Courte will be held in December next, to make out the rolls for the new electorates, which wiy be done by taking the present rolls and apportioning the names to the respective electorates. It is provided by the Bill that the rolls so prepared in December come into fores at the I end of August, 187S. The additional members cannot, therefore, be elected for the next fourteen months at lout. This morning (Friday), Ur. Scott moved, pursuant to notice, 1. That Wa House, having before lt the recommenda- tions contained in tho Report submitted by Message from ...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS, GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER Friday, Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

%$0t%n»tott f ttïïettn; WITH WHICH 18 lNCOftVORATKD TIIK GLADSTONE OBSERVED* SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1872. TELEGBAPSIO MESSAGES. AÜBTBAUAB ASSOCIATED FBEE8 TKIEQEAMS, GEORGETOWN, ETHERIDGE BIVER Friday, Noan, Tits escort left hers on Tuesday for Cardwell with 4200 ounoes gold. This week the crtuhings luve amounted to 163 tone atone, yielding 381 ounoea gold.

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WRECK OF THE HANNAH BROOMFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

WRECK OF THE HANNAH BROOM- FIELD. ON lat June Mr. Norrie' schooner Rose, in charge or Mr. Dwyer, or the Violet (aleo Mr. Norris') arrircd from tho wreck of the Hannah Broomfield, now lying on a reef near the outer- most edge of the Capricorn Group. Mr. Dwyer reports that the Violet and Rose both reached tho neighbourhood of thc wreck on the same day. Tho Violet, being of very light draught, Mr. Dwyer was enabled to take inside the reef, but the Rose and the echoouer Ware of Life (Messrs. Warry, Marsh, and Co owners) 1 were compelled to loy to outside. The day after the arrival of Mr. Norris' boats a heavy gale set in, n.nd continued for seven days. When it moderated, efforts «ore ! made to save the cargo of the wrecked vcssol. It seems that at low water thc wreck oan be roached from the Violet on foot ; tho cargo, hoverer, had to bc removed by small boats at high water. Dy thia means fifty tons of thc Hannah Broomficld'e cargo was got on board tho Violet, and, in addition, ten or tw...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

MELBOURNE. Thursday Evening. The members of the new Ministry lev« alt I been returned by large majorities. A. reaction in their favour «rae occasioned by the opposition j made by the Roman Catholic patty.

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ROCKHAMPTON MUTUAL PROVIDENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY, No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

EOCUnAMPTON MUTUAL PROVIDENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY, No. 4. Tira first annual mooting of the above society was held in (ha secretary's offices, Denham Chambers, on the 7th instant, Ur. A. Fees in the chair. The annual report read by the secretary con- gratulated the members on the prosperous con- dition of tho society. £2175 had been advanced during the year nt an average rate of interest of 17 per cent per annum. The demand for money had been so great that the directors had made application to the Australian Joint Stock Bank for a further advance af £600, in addition to the £1200 already obtained. The share list had not filled up so rapidly BS was first anticipated, there being now 183 «hares held by 36 members, but it is expected that additional shares will shortly bo taken up. The expenses bad been heavier j than was anticipated, but it was proposed to reduce the directors' end auditors* fees and tho j secretory'« salary, which were fixed nt the com- i moncement of the society in e...

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SYDNEY. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 June 1872

SYDNEY. Thursday Eroning. The second reading of the Border Customs Duties Bill irai carried last night hy a majority of 20 votes. Friday Evening. I The Border Customs Duties Bill is nearly through Committee. The Victorian Ministry have telegraphed that they wish to continue the négociations on the original basis. \ The mail news bas cansad the Peak Downs Copper Mining Company's shares to rise to £8 12s. 6d. for tho £1 share. Othor copper shares are also firmer. The mail steamer hos arrived at Melbourne.

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

CONSOLATION POE PQMTIÍESIAN BACHELOES. -Th« Pall Mall Gazelle, in noticiog tho mar- riage of two English women with two Lifu men, at Brisbane, which took place a few months ago, observes :-" If the idea once gains ground in this country (England) that Christian South Sea Islanders, or even South Sea Islanders who may become Christian under domestic influences, arc looking out for English wives in Queensland, the * Indas,' on her next trip, will not lack a j fair cargo of passengers."

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

The S. H. iïerald reports that transaction» in the import markets on June 19 were of the moat nominal character. .Buyers are holding back until the market settles after the effects of the late heavy arrivals, and regular importers are holding at full rates rather than oome into competition with any outside shipments now for sale. A. quantity of goods were offered at auction, but, with the exception of damaged lots at fair prices, there waa nothing done. Bank stock was rather scaroe in the Share -market TO day (June 19). Commercial and Joint Stock wanted at full rates. In Steam we note transactions at 14} for A. 8. H. Govern- ment debentures have become a little moro plentiful ; eales of tercainables (fires) were re- ported again to-day at 104+, and City of Sydney were done at 105f. The Estimates for 1872, laid before the Assembly on the 11th, by the Colonial Treasurer, propose to expend from the Consolidated Revenue £2,353,688, against £2,208,202 for 1871. The expenditure last year ...

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