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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 October 1862

! Ck lloíkljamplon |.uUctm J AX» I ('tArim. Qi ti \si,INO AI>VI:RTISI:II. WKHVKfiHAV, «MTitHKIt fi, I*»;;. WHILST tili» j-otlion «if tin' cilnnv rv iiiaiii.« an iutcirral ¡mri ul' t¿ii<vi»1.iinl, wc cannot liut led interested, tn a certain oatoiit. itt any statistics which inform us of it« general progress, tilt"!** districts ticing itittmatciy asso eiatcl willi iii». rapid proKjiciity which i* bringing (lie name of this Australian province MI prominent ly before tin' world. The .? Statistical Register of t^ucenslaiid for Isiîl.," which has iwontlv Iwcn issued hv our pains-taking ltcgi.*tRtr-t¡c!icral <Mr. 1>AIIVAI.I ), contain* a vant fund nf in- formation for thor« who hate a fancy for minuto statistics. Besides a lengthy introduction of twenty-five pages, the compilation contains eighty-seven pages of statist irai matter, collected into eighty-fix table?, and. at » first glance, thc Register mii^ht ha tv a very s..|>orinV effect upon thoHC who, lite...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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BRISBANE MEMORANDA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] TUESDAY, Sept. 30, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 October 1862

BRISBANE MEMORANDA. ; rt!, ll OTK OWN COUBESrONDES.r\ TrcsUiV, Sept- 30, noon. Ir was rather funny that M'Kinlay and his ; party *hould turn up al Port Denison wt the ? very time when his South Australian friends were expecting him to arrire in Adelaide, but it it sjiUsfiu-tory to know that another "adven 1 Uirous few " have crossed the continent in safety, without leaving human bones to bleach under the fierre sun in tlie wilderness. The only other party now out is that of Stuart, of , South Australia. Ile is supposed to he making a bold push for Cambridge Gulf, on the north wwt, and, a» in the <»«*e of all the recent ex- plorers «hu had acquired previously a thon »ugh knowledge of hush life, no fears are entert.aut.ed for hi* safety. Thorough, experienced bushmen indubitably make the I**?* explorers, and people in Victoria begin to NI' now what a nil-take it wa*, to send out Hurke and Wills. IS rave men enough they ucn\ but the mo*tt desperate euuntge «ill not «uflt>...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MARYBOROUGH. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 October 1862

MARYBOROUGH. FiKm ora ow>- i-outESVoNMLVT. Tue " Ariadne" lias arrived at last off die Wide ltnv har, AO we learn from Captain Patullo, who tajpplicd the vessel with »»me fresh providion*, yesterday. Ooulrary io ail expectation the captain made for Wide Hay direct, and was three davis in attempting tlir tout Beru entrance, wliile our *ub-collector and harban r-maMcr were ¡ cruising about near Hervey's Way, f*upjHH*ing I the ship would tale the u>jrth «n-rance. Cap I tain Patullo put a man on board to pilot the J fillip round Frazer's Inland, and there .-«little ¡ doubt tliat the flea mers on their return from ! your r*#rt next week wilt bring up to the town thc I majority of the new arrivals, as with thc excep I lion of the wurry, the health of the immigrant* ! is satisfactory. j Believing »tune of vour employers will be anxious to get nome of tlie ünnugraiita, I should ¡ike to he able Ut furnish snuie data respecting the number we shall require in this district, but the Hèi-o...

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A WOMAN TURNED INTO CHARCOAL (From the New York Herabt.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

A WOIIAX TUBSED 1STO CHABCOAI (From Oe AMT l'art HmnUD THE medical gentlemen of thu cit* hare been in a high fe» en»(jed «tate of coiuultaUon, tor sons* day« part, over a very extraordinary /ara* .ararw, in the «nape and toroi of a woman, «hom 1 tr E. Perkins, of Oneida, ha« been intro- ducing to thc tacuHy here, and to an a*tuMis»hed and an astounded ** WTsrfd." A Mia» Perry, of Oueáia, not yet ll ai ia nie, aged now about 37 yean, hal been, it seems, for 14 yea» pact, sarnia*? tafo caa moa/ A Doctor of the village of Oneida, of English origin, but a «urea, wa* «truck, of courue by thia airing «roman daily turning into carbon, and being called m four yean ago, ever «ince he baa made Mu» Perry the rubied of profound inves tigalion and «tildy. Ilia hool: never showed him a parallel ease of a human being thu« brine I carbonised, laving-and hence he e«4*lored and rrptoitet thu caar, aa one not only to gin hon aa exalted rn ed mal and phyaaslogaau refMitalsou. but to add to tua naran* a...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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AUSTRALIA AS A COTTON FIELD FOR ALL THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

AUSTRALIA AS A COTTON FIELD FOB ALL THE WORLD. TBK subjoined letter ba» been banded to na (Guardia*) for publication al berne; of special interest to cotton groaren in thia eoVooy. Such high testimony, and expressed m auch unequi- vocal terms, bj an eminent authority like the .rriter, cannot but prove (Testifying to all classes of our readers. The cotton ii£ii«l to waa grown on the Cabuhurr Company's plantation, and tranaioitted by msü to lb. Harsh, to be placed in the Queenaland department of the International £xiubition. lt reached FWS*1*IMI a few days too late to be entered for eompetrtum -the Jurors having already made their report ; otherwise the colony would in all probability have had another medal added to the list of honours obtained al the " World's Fair" : "London, 11th Joly, 166!. "Mr DEaS SIB,-I hare caused the two samples of cotton whirh you kindly handed to me to be elammed and valued by the very eminent mert-basta at Manchester, lleacrs. Benjn. Smith and Sons, and th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

I Ur». Manny Siuiüi h** hcea rladli+â May orv** 1 I »af OftLaiuua* ui lo* a. '11 terr m"a# only **nr u¿ai<* ; . nuuii'lol*-, iuui h« iuuî fr-«4*r tot«-» limn Jil» CmiiU* ri", al.

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POLICE COURT, ROCKHAMPTON, October 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

POLICE COURT, R<KKU4»fl>TON. Orfohrr 3r«J. De/ore. John Jardine, E«*|, FJI. i Frank lap]ile un» broiornt fceforr the «nuri Itv the Inspector or \ut»anog* for Iradi BK a txtnw* mid cart on Uiff.-.lMMV. Fined I«.. with 4*. «fd. oosU of o.urt William Moriartj. John iTinrtian. John OtfiMy. and ! Janies tvottiii|¿uain, wtw aevcnuly brought before Va« '. court, and ti o ixl l<ir drunkeuuurfti, j 4Maher Ctfh. Charle* Conwdtoe by Mr. l>ir* r. »Tiarle* Murj.liv by Mr. Della*. Thu *i> a r-ham« for using abtuiiu aud iu autUoc buiguaut*. du»muu*eil. Thoma* A. Permifui r. Thoma* Daniel« by Slr. Uiefc. I Brcaeh nf Uniejn^iit art. Cane dnmuiood «iLb 3 guineaa ! professional cont*.. 4Mofar V>th. Before W. J Brown, *>?.. WJ\M. Thoma* Virwrave. rajflain of I ho "*Hit», of Melbourne," fliiuunuuod Thomas Murray, beaman, for diholjodieinv of ordt-rr*. The fîenrb divided that d^feudant forfeit two dav« -wy, and tn: iiajinsooed tur one inonLh tu lUo Brbbauc gaol. 4Mube...

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VETERINARY HOMEOPATHY IN LUNG DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

VETEKIXARV ITOMCEOPATUY IX SH DISEASE. A cornpspoiMlent writes to the Mri- j ïxmrne Argun ns follow « :- j ** SIR,-liol«« I «end you an ritrart from a ! «JMWII of the Kari <if St nu! broke, Prmidi-nt of Iii*» Suffolk Agricultural Aspoi-iation, doliier«! br Iii.« lordship at thc anuna! dinner held in Juin* last, at Ilurv, in tiiut countv. As it is ujKrti a subj«vl of great ititnortan<v to brooders and owner* of initie, it will prolmblt- be ri-ad by them with *i«iie lillie interest, and nm unworthy tho 4*msidera1iuli of iii/' veterinary profession. ?* Yours r«fiMvifulli-. I "A SUFFOLK MAX. ** Collingwood, iv'nt. I. " Aft*T returning thanks for nie, health tteing drunk, hin lordship unit mi to tsay: " * Ile should W un« tiling to occupy their time at »ny length, hut )tcrhap?> he might he per- mitted totoiggevt nueortuoM.hjecUof practi<*al imporluUi-e, uliirli he wished tu hring under i their not ¡.-e. Hie ftrvt to which he would tenture to aliud.- wa...

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TASMANIA. September 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

TASMANIA. Sept «liber 2ttli. Ute LegL-Iatice Council liare decided to memorialise UH' Home tlorermiicnt to tsurvev tiie CAM*!. Corrrtltondiinv fr<mi Victorian Gorenimeiit relative to a]»jHfin1ijiß a delegate to the Inter txiloiiial Tariff toufervnee lia** Int'n nivived. Action in tin- matter id defem-d. InCouneil tiie Ministers Iiave been fi>n-cd to declare tlieir tinajjcial adíeme, the galaric* being voted for tiie iialf-vear only. Tarier awl rUieraian liare been examined aa to tile Langford Iragedv, and were remanded. Additional evidence against 4'arLer. Xlie mi>it ing ¿run and oilier smell's were lound aecreti'd »ear lib lint.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

A Lassos so* WSKT3UIIBF.ES-Tbc Grand Khan of thc Tartan, Oktai, was murli ad dined to wine. One dar aa lie was drinking «iii hie courtiers, his sage minister, Veliui 1'sho. Usai, who had frequently but raiiilv admonished him of tln> pernicious consequences of intemperance, brought kim an iron drinking rup, »lu»- brim was eaten a «rsv by nut. ** if «ine," said be, ?* has the force titus to corrode ¿rou, ùiiagûie the effect it must produce ujxm tliy entrails !" Oktai iras struck bj this adniuiiiliun, and thenceforward never took more than tliree cups of wine at thc banquets wliich lie gave to Iiis courtiers. lt olino ES or Ws B- NEW OHI.EINB. - Tlie bereavements of tue war, so tar us thc Hillie <-ity of Kew Orleans is oinivrned, Iiave a dreadful exemjilificalion tn the a|»]iaUiii^ iiii-t udiuiiii'd l>v the Stew Orleans IMta, that there are nu« no fever than twenty-four hundred orphan ehfldn n in the several asylums of timi city. THE LAST ATTENTIONS OF A LOVEH. -A youn...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

pippina ^ntrUiacnct. -o - tVt*»M-r tí- In the II*» -tl M * 1* rvw*. « om». ."Vmnmkw* Imn l>w« « Vf"- \^rk ll..« 2=u4 ntl tu*.* »WM»*bec IO. -J%MK ?>.*<>- * -.-ic-'"rr -«rt Uki**. C*(*i»in Mr J beta*. Iltmdrv-V U-i*nti<>iv iud < ». Aipr-nt* ttoUtfatfr H*-l*o<v_ piiwioiT, tt,4*uii 11àiili|>», fr» un Vf« du«?. Maw. « W|>prr. IE Ca, «ffrat».

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

MARRIAGE     On the 23rd September, at Rockhampton, by the Rev T Jones, John Atherton, Esq, of Woodland, second son of Edmund Atherton Esq, Mount Hedlow, late of Black Rod, Lancashire, England, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr William Grainger, County Antrim, Ireland

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QUEENSLAND IMMIGRATION. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

QUEEKSLAKD tlCIIfOBATlOK. (from Oe Ckmrier.J WHAT are the cliaraiHcrústic* of the j description of irani igranU that are now | ** «lanmous rlasae*,' whose introduction j int» thia young colony- ought to be de- j preattA and checked on social grounds ? , W« da not believe that any one can be: found who would have thc hardihood to answer otherwise than in the negative to thu question. There caa be but the one opinion that the late arrival«, with *c*rvely a »angle eiceptioii, are all desir- able Bf^uiiütiona to the population of the colony- They afford fine specimens uf the At^luvlWoii.Cdüc.andTeutoDie nure*, and the worst of them are above thc average, a» far aa intelligence and edmatiou are concerned, of the labour- ing clnmim iii thc land« from which they rouie. Our immigration systems, in fact, seem to have the edeet of filtering out the mont useful portion» of the popu- lation of the old ronni ri es of Eurone, leaving almoxt all tltc undesirable cle- ment« behind. Títere are perso...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

JÍKI'ORTKf» MoTKMKVTH OP GjJU »Af.i». -Tint Faris ' Patric' of the even- ing before last «¡UH thc «tartlitii» newa that Garibaldi, at the head "f «0UO volunteers, han resolred t« make a land- ing in the Kornau HtAtes, and that, 1o prevent thin attempt, the French Mitunter of Marnte lian ordered Captain 1'ot bunn, commanding tit« naval division on the southern t-oasts, to proceed imme- diately to Civita Vcechia, at th« head of a naval foro; consisting of nz ship* of «ar. The «team frigates Dem-artes and {Joiner, and the Hteam avisos, Brandon and Favori, desig- nated to form part nf thin division, have air«taily put to «ea from Toulon, and will ern ¡MC between Ci vila Vcc<-hia and Ter- rai i ria. ticncral MoutelteJlo bas sent troops from Rome to guard the frontier. Thin ÍM iin|Hjrtaut Hi-tin, if it is true. The Faria correspondent of the Doily Soot expresses hi* opinion of it thus:-"I utterly disbelieve, for my own part, that Garibaldi can be such a fool as to begin a war w...

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THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

THK DISTRESS IN" LAN'CASUISE. A WKKTiNü of Lanea-diiru ami Cheshire laudo» nerti wan held at Bridgewater House, mt thc 1'Hii of July, to nu*e *ub seript ion» for the relief of thc dirtretw in the mau uf art tiring districts. Thc Earl of Derby presided. Colonel Wilson Patt«-« moved a resolution devlarin}; it tn lie ineunibent upon those who were ! eomieeted by projierty with the diV ; trerived digtrieta Ut take a prominent part in contributing relief and a|i|iointiii^ a committee. The motion wan carried, a committee formed, and tuib-M-riptinitg promised tn the amount of £I(V2«.X). The Karl of Derby, the Earl of Klletanere, Lord Egerton of Tatton, and the Marillin «if We«!millner (P»t«i £l4HMI each. Wv nuhjoin a few figuren which KIIOW the fearful eitent of the dif-trews in I jincaj-hire : - lil the ITuion of A*ihton-undej*-I>j*ne there arv m-arly fire time« a« many ** nau-iera," if HI> WU-*l u««* tliat liard word, ttuul there nm lut \ear, and four time* tut many aa in the bad l...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Correspondence. OUR LOCAL AND POLITICAL WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

Comsponbrncc. OI R LOCAL AM» IMLIÏICAL WANTS. To THE Km roa or TUB Brtxanx. SIR,-lu jour )a)wr «f yemtcrday ! Holier a ] hiter froiu '-TowiiMUan " reíerruu; to I be Ctct j of tlu- money order ay «tem not hatiug been el teuded to thu town. Mid the non-fullillwent of ¡ (he |>ronu»e t>i eMaulish a branch port-office lien-, and railing ujtou tiie J'uliUc to »u].t}horl UM l'or|fc>ratiou in tluir efTorU lo benefit the town aud «ii»tru-r. I ijuite agree a ith t our <yirrr*noiuleut in the ut^-eMuly "t " bacauu; che esorta of thc <Aiq*.ratum" ty "*enereene public auj^-Mrt,** ; and lauuot tim r*.|>ra> my aurprue at (he a-iathy du-ihooj by the |iuubc f-eucrally in uiatd-ni tliat are «-wilttally ueeeaaary for thr \ «rilare of tile dutrtct ; »un it . Ur. KJitor. lhere are kimo indtvtdtud* MI thu wuunuttlly, * lt ii .uAriellt }iubhe ?]ant1 »ho aoukl be <1UI»OM*I lo ¡ devote a |M*etioti of their leisure ui th«- laudable |>ur]ioar ol' heueiuuig the...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

COMMERCIAL Il»«ir I«i>»rtj,Ä f\,, lu^wt :-Hanse*,--The marti.«. far darin* UM* I«»'. wftok. hiu IJAUO v«*ry .aartJv**. Tho »h*«-n«Te of jun jc<nn HU »I*, und (lu: jinjera! dulu**». «hl**ti luv rated ibrutjrh all brattan*** <tf i>iiK.npi-# are litt ranc-as to whi*-h we aUrilwt*? tit« |<rr»-.nil .«udi v of ?frffliawd. KorÜsR Bullorii» - ^"e have adri«rr* of «vv*ral lemma [ tl**t nay bc «|ic«4,>i| »hinrliv ,,, arrive. lu tiic u,.*» 1 «Itoa. tar avtA for fo*od atorit I« vrry hwviy «tif-i-lunL tl« quat* food U**iu* »it.i dray lacküns complet*;. I at £iS"Hoá.'i<iW. ?bin Oaui*.-Tltm- in a jp-od enqnln f'/r IUI« rían nf ! j «toóle H e could n**«]ih >>L»<v mtnj lui* at uur La*l qooldtfiioatt, am; fr* mi tn f-t». f-ir in i uv] mot». t^t^p --tSbiásíns n¡m-mmn* tune j»rer»'ii.«d an/ Inf« from cumlU2 lo imirki't. riv«?« n-maiu Uria, and Un.* | J*aM*i.-Hie mart** rrma.n« iuv-ti.v. but i-riMatill ; ^mlifittr firm. V»- ti».* MOM ...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

CAPH OF <;ooi> HOPE. Wr hnte neu* to the I»t AugiM. The T*.X\,m tni» eut ra*-I* ar** from the êCinf*t'tt Prurimv ¡ lieruM : - j KAFIHI.AM» rm.rKit Th.- /T*>7 Wiïhnm* Ttttrn Hazell* -W»-hare iiit«'lhj;r"nee fruin thin «marier to flu* lîlrt mutant, fnmi *hieh we gather li tal <*n ttie Nth of thi* tmoilli Joet/fl whole anny tnrtiod «Mit ae;»Jii-( Itmliluliun. m tr! ennipleti'lv routai him. tTnidiUhwa ha*-, it ii» said, fl i vi to the Ttmunf nin*. Ii ix r»'jrort«M tliaf On* T*itial!-|H*x ii JU hroLm ont among the native «errant*. I Kn mi tnirt w«>rthy Miunm //> Emigrant Jenni*, : that Iii« Honor tin* ArlittR fniridetit Nehoenuiaii ha« n wived no !<*w t han four 1 eriminnJ «imm(Hi*K lo afijc-ar InTnrr the , Supreme Court at IVrtoria, -MI the 13th of of AiifriiM tie«*- II. i**tlellman* ** ali«» ñuto i montai Ut answer for the grave imtwlenieanmir nf ! wat in« I ii ni «elf Se»-rel arv to the th* vern - [ nient, and «me of tl ie highe*1 offieials...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

Congregational Church, itm¿sovKK-srui:r.i\ DIVINE SKHVICi: SL'M»AYS. Il «.Bi . 7 pm Hie Sabbath Scho.il ", open at $M aau . S Si ]> m Monday etomn*£% rentier alerting, at 7.30. Wednesday vreoiui? next, ot 7-30, ttn- wxtîi of ? Ojursr of Invturvi on tl« Epistle tu the Oaiatian*. SAMUEL SAVAOE, Miro*« Swimming Baths. THE Swimming Bath-* are now ojjfti at tho foot of Ar,-h»T->trn»t. Tiie pru* «f aJaliauon, sixpence each. MontbU ticket* -will bc issued only ou the SIM «f VSCSI month, pnoe raffa, tan »billbujs. I'ropneior. Avowajto timiLL. Mail Contracts. RMS of Tender for Convvranrc of Her Maje*! vi Mail* in Iii« colony, for Uar year 1(031, jiroetiraMe at tlii* office. ttoucB Omca, Rockhampton September 30, Ihôï. Notice. PUHCHASE8S of land at Burnct ville, are requested to call at the office <>f SxUTH and lirBKLr, for the |ran«w of aiguint; atemoranduiiia of Tranter, and alao to »ipi upheation» tu Kc^intnir-Cieiieraj fer their Tule Denis. Office. Ka-J-etreet, Roc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 October 1862

H.ÏT.S.S. PloMTCU «ra* eight AI ofl* Keppel Hay . tm Whitten tay,, at il trw p.m. ¡ at «ti lido vi II «lie I iitine to an an^tom^e oA'thr S**-ond Kump, near tW Vi\oi Station ; »nd abortiv after iiiidnifrhl the tnteUU^-ucc of lier arris ai iu Keppel îiav, J with His KiMlt m v ami cuitcon boord, rearhe-í ; Rátel bani ¡«ton hy one of tim Cntfoma boat*. On ll»' folinwiii^ uinrnin-; (Tliiiradar) his Wo Ttl ii n tUf Mayor tnd tin- aldermen, the r»ub^<ifhv-irtf of Custom*, the Kiigineer of Road» for the Northern l>istrirt«, «nd other gentlemen started off in boa!A, t-ipeetiiig to meet Iii-* ICiivlleiiey «niiún* up tlir tirer. At mid- night, boa ever, thr\ nannied dî«ap[ioiuled. Il ap|M**rh tlutl they »mt down the rt\**r a* far a» one lúlt' woidd carry th*n», and seeing nothing of the w IVwioer," or hi-? K Reelle». >y. and tuning n<» hUnaei*. fur a rainp out, they tooL advantage of a favourable wind lo return to town without ju^miphf>hin£the objort for which t...

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