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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 January 1872
BUIPPIKO IKTELLIOEKCB. ABUTTAL* J«NUABV2».-Wlllltm ml Henry, kotch, E. lohnten, I master, from Maa Lil cad li lani. Careo: Turi! ow for j O.Q.M.l'.Oo. Mr. Kbonoror Johnson, of the William and Henry, kutch, reporta a successful trip to Mast- head Island for turtle He left Gladstone on Sunday last, willi his son, and proceeded to the island, whore he euocoedod in catching 16 turtles Weiching 3 or 4 cwt. oneil. Loaring the island -, on Wednesday, at 8 a.m., ho reached Gladstone ut 4 p.m. ; Bailed again at G p.m.^and arrived at Lalioo Crook at ll o.m. on Thursday, and delivered his load in good order,, ,, , - ¡ > Tho Tinonee, «JA., leached Townsville from Bowen yesterday. Tho Jumos Paterson, s.s., bound for Sydney from tliia port, was in eight at Woody Island on Thursday. ! Tho Lady Bowral, e., left Brisbane for,Mary- borough, Gladstone, and Bockhampton, at;uoon on Thursday. ! '. Tho Egmont, e.a., arrived at Sydney fropi Boekbampton on Wednesday, mid loft again for this port on Thurs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 27 January 1872
riMiE BULLETIN Sumranry of Kc« s lot tmlumietiun hjr Ilio Monllily Aura Mall, ti puUitlird etety fourth .Snlurdur, and > pottei io tray addrcu in tim colonie» on |ircpny mani of Si. por annum j to Urrot Brimin, ria . Soiillramptmi, «it (h. |wr ennuin i and via Bríndúi ot Ul. per annum. C. PYBUS, SADDLES & HABNESB MAKEB, SOOEU1MPTÖN HQWAttD SMITH, inOBâOOONIST ADD -ITBWS AGENT, OorPÏKHKLD. JLVCTIOfMEES, 6T0ÇK, STATION, .. ' ."' ?;' ': ' ' '.. AB» * O^TBRii. COlUaaSIOS AOBHT3, | . MUTOE OF WALS8 BUUDMOS, ? Gunpippt, J, B. JOH ES, BADDEER é HAÎBNB88 MAKBB, CAIO-BEM, 8TBBET. W.H.-Boddlei eounterlined for 7a. ed. i Collara, 8«. . A. Q. HENRIQUES, WINE AND 8PIHIT MERCHANT, ' IMPOSTEE o» i Grocery and Oilmen's Stores, j Aactre ms j MUGASEIS ADELAIDE FLOUR, ¡ B. JJ. DIBDIN, 8TO0K te STATION AGENT, AUCTIOKEEB, AX» COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM CHAHBEB8, A. W. & SMITH, 0 E W T E Ali 8 T 0 EE S, W. DDFÎïSÛ) iTcO.rß ADELAIDE SIATBB AGEKOÏ. . Ageútforliutuüiyfe Ae...
lMPOUNDlNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
lUPOUKDlKGS. YsAHJU,-On Die SLli January, 1872, bj Mr. John Mylrea, Lui» Lrarmontb :-Bay Mare, alar on forehead, near hind foot white, saddle darked, branded large CM oft" shoulder; foal nt foot, unbranded.-If not released will bo sold Cth February, 1872.-A. GEDDES, Poundtreper. BocKlUMTTOii.-By F. II. D»y, Esq., from Gracemere Heifer Station, Sill January, 1872 ; driring expenses ls. Bd., and ferry ls. per head. -Bay Ilorso, branded like OR over like JU conjoined near shoulder. Bay Horse, star, Jil near shoulder, JU off shoulder, long (ail. Bay Filly, stor, black points, OR" ear shoulder. Bay Marr, star, liko 82 near ribs. Bl? near thigh. Block Mare, blotch brand over C near shoulder, O near rump. Chestnut Cob, star, dock tail, M oft" thigh, small white snot on wither», hollow back. Chestnut Colt, blaze fare, like 2R off shoulder, white legs. Chestnut Mare, while face, KW orer H near shoulder, EW orcrJSS near thigh, WÛ over H near ribs, blotch ofl' ribs. Chestnut Mare, hollow back,...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
COMMERCIAL. THESE ¡a a tendency towards higher rates in Hie local flour market, caused by unfavourable adrices from Adelaide, and the dissatisfaction expressed with results of late salea. An Adelaida firm, writing on (ho 8tli January, slates that, the supply of good wheat in that market is small, and that tho millers profsr short time to making flour at late rates. The writer also mentions that tho now wheat crop is a partial failure, tho uvcrago yield in South Australia being not more than six bushels to the aero. Tho causes of failure aro eaid lo be red rust and blight, which hero destroyed tho hopes of the farmers in the payablcncss of their pursuit.
MR. SCOTT RUSSELL'S ACCOUNT OF THE "NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENT." [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
MB. 800X1 RUSSELL'S ACCOUNT ' OP j THE "NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENT." j Mn. SCOTT JfossiiLt, has published his account or the " new social moveuiont." It is addressed, "To tho Members or tho Councils of,. Statesmen aud Work- men," and begins, " My lords, gentlemen, and fellow-workmen." Mr. liusscll denies altogether thal thc movement was n party one ¡ on the contrary, it boorin in tho " utter disbelief " of its origina' tors " in the wisdom, patriotism, or statesmanship of mero party politics, aud our conviction that tho great interests of tito nation arfc utterly neglected while thc rirai parlies in thc House of Commons are factiously con- tending for the paltry purpose of keeping ono of them in power and thc other out; and thus we soe year by year go by, leaving JJio well-doing and well-being ot' the great moss of the pcoplo unearcd for." If thc author of the movouieut must be fixed upon, tho late IViuce Consort must have tho credit, for it was he who first cotyniunicatcd lo Mr. Russell w...
RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
H VILWAY EXiïCNSION. After «ame unimportant business, Mr. Lilley in a conciliatory speech, mored for tito appoint liicnl of " a Boral Commission wi*h ell nccrasorj porrera, to inquire iutn and report upon tho eon el ruction of railway» within the colony, including the Northern and Southern «tensions as wo!) ni other lines, and the wbolo eubjrct of railway construction." Mr. Ferrett and Mr. Thorn opposed tho motion as inopportune. Mr. Fyfe said that the extension or railways was considered at Rockhampton one of thc most important questions which could occupy tho attention of the Legislature, and ha considered that thc euhject should hare been tuken up by tho Government long ego, and not loft in tho hands of a prirato member. Tho two ruiluuys from Ipswich to Brisbane and from Rockhamp- ton to Expedition Bange, should be, in his opinion, carried out simultaneously ; although ho would haro supported the construction of (ho Northern Ballway alano if it had been brought forward. Ile would...
CALENDAR. JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
CALENDAR. JANUARY-l'UnUUAEV. MüUOIUNDA. Moon's AOK.Il 5- tó ; 330 : 4-lli &lt; 6- 6 6-30 6S5 e-n eta ns Ï S7 S"3 . Tho riso of tldo In Koppol Dav varios from f rt. to '411., And at the Upper Fiat« from 6ft. to tort. Perth of water al tbs Upper Flat-In tho old or natural channel, at low watoraprir.pl, IR.flin; highest springs, lift. Gie. Keir cutting- at law water springs. Ga.; lu highett .pring!, IStl.-Tho time or high water la alight!; lu. nuanced by freshets and titan winds. t Tlie UdesreacUthoIr full at tho mot Station, F.crpol Day, 2b. 40tn. earlier, and at Rockhampton 30m. lute? bim the boura named In the abovo tablo.
PABLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
PABLIAMBXTART. MB. Cline.-Tn tlio Legislativo Assembly, on tho 16th instant, tho Election and Qualifications Coiqmittco brought up a report confirming the Bitting member Tor Warwick (Mr. Clark) in his scat. On Mr. lloyds moving that thc report ba printed, Mr. Fyfe said that, ns n member of this committee, he might stao that the did not attend one or two of the meetings, because he had seen that, a foregone conclusion Iud been come to regarding this petition by the majority. With thojiumber of Ministerialists on tile committoe, it was impossible for tho othor members to do anything. Mr. Ferrett said that tho hon. I member had, lie thought, only attended two of the meetings, and during the time lie was present on both occasions lie was only interrupting business. He would not have enid this if tho hon. member had not spoken in the manner he had. The motion was then put and carried.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
JAKITAUT S7.-La4y Bowoti, «.t 425 tonn. Captain Cottier, fruin BrWmue, Maryborough, miA GtndBtoiiO, rae songera-Misa Stead, Mts* llrown, Uoisrs. 6. M. Frank, lana, H. Criblj, Junior, M. ll.HUn.oy, WT. Taylur.U. II. Denuctt, J. J mt, 8u1)-In»i>ocU)r looly, and twanty-Hvc In tho fUocrago. January 29.-Tolograph, ketch, A. Matthew*, mastor, from Maryborough, with 18,000 foot of drewed timoor, for Aloxauder Grant.
ENGLISH SHIPPING. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
ENGLISH SHIPPING. UKFAHTÜBB. NOVEMBER 4.-Storm King, 1148 lone, Captain Davies, for Brisbane. Passengers-Mrs. Smith and family. Dr. F. Smith, Messrs. A. Wilkinson, C. Bowood, F. N. Castle, J. Tolden, and forty four second and third class passengers. Tba Storm King waa off St. Albon's Head November fi. The George Crasbaw, Captain Coot, »hieb was announced to leave London December 1, for Brisbane, had thc following passengers booted : ! -Mr. and Mrs. Norman, Misses C. G. and K. E. D'Arcy, Ber. Mr. Cornuaei, Ber. Mr. Almati, and eeven eeoond-class passengers. Sho ie announced by telegram to have sailed during the first week in December. The following vessels were loading at London for Brisbane on the 1st December :-Agra, 429 tons ; Decapolis, 631 lons ¡ Indus, 2600 tons, to leave on January IS ; Ramsey, 1600 tons, to loavo on December 15. Tho Lcpanto is announced by telegram to have Bailed about December 1.
MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
MANIFEST. HTW.Í.BDB. Januar; 27.-Lad; Bowen, e. From Brisbane : 1 case, 1 case pipes, 1 ease bloators, 1 half tierce tobacco, 2 cases sardines, 1 truu,Budden ¡ 8 camp orens, 1 truss, 1 keg, 2 cases, Kallowar and Lea ; 1 oaae, ¿. B. M'Donald ; 1 ease, 1 truss, Gordon and Dan's t 2 eases jams, 1 case oilslores, Berltehnanand Co. | 1 case strychnine, B. Patton i 2 cases, A.J.8. Bank ; 1 case varnish, J. E. Cough i 1 tierce holloware, Petersen and Miller t 5 quarter-casks brandy, Henriquesi 1 truss, tarpaulins, A. W. 8. Smith ¡ 1 truss, Meikle and Stewart; 1 package. Jackson and , Co. j 10 oases pickles, 3 casos vinegar, 10 cases I currants, 3 oases cornflour, J. Rodrick and Co. ; 1 case drapery, J. W. Face and Co. ; 3 cases, M. L. Marlin; 14bage potatons, Wing Wah and Co. ; 15 bags maisr, P. Egan ; 12 bags maize, 13 horses, G. B. Shaw ; 2 cjses drapory, Isles, Finney, and Co. ; 1 case fruit, Kent ; 1 keg butter, R. Davis nod Co.¡ 2 rolls loather, Bouillon ; 3 bags oysters, D. Farrow ; ...
HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
HOSPITAL MEETING. THE annual meeting of subscribers to tlio Fort Curlii and Leichhardt District! Hospital was held in tho Court House, yesterday afternoon, at four o'clock. There wera prcsont on the occasion Mr. lt. M.' Hunter (président, in thc choir), Messrs. R. J, Robinson, Ti. Sandel, W. Pattison, G. B. Shaw, G. M. Ltiigh, A. Grant, J. Head i rich, T. Nobbs, T. it. Paterson, Recs fi. Joner, U. UrodniU, K. h Dibdin, T. S. Hall, and Dr. Callaghan. The 8sCBETAMr read (he report of the Com tsittee aud thc balance eheot for tho year 1871. , The report remarka with satisfaction oaths «tate of tho institution, and ¡ls improved position during tho past twelve months. At I tl» prenons - annual meeting, owing to the large number of patients during 1870, the funds available «ero inidcquato to the demands of tbe Hospital, and for the first time since its foundationfhe institution «as then in debt, to the tune of £125 15s. 2d. Regulations became necessary for restricting the admission of pat...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
A PMBONUR rou LIFE.-Thc Chicago AW inj Vont rel.tra thia sud story of Hie imprison- ment of a roting girl-'* li rory prison lins its roman cr, and that of tho penitentiary nt King- ston, Cuna (J.J, is storth recounting. Zn 18 i?, noir Toronto, the serving man of n Captain Kinnear murdered Iiis master to obtain A sam of moticj* wliicl) WHS in thc house. After killing him thc wretch oUo slew the housekeeper. He wu s nrrested, nnd at in's tri:il implicated n girl of fifteen» un m od Grace Marks, who was living in thc houfc, us an accomplice, alleging that she knew of tho munta of tho master before that of tho housekeeper took pine*, lier story was (hut he threatened her with doith if she gare thc alarm ; but ns ehe had beroi on inti- mate terms with thc murderer it WHS (jliacrediied. lie was liaised, nnd she ecntenced to tho prmtcntinry for life. Almost thirl j* years In vc since elapsed, und «he is still a \ primmer-no longer a blooming girl, but an old j woman, pale, ead. eile nt, pr...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
TUE magistrates on the roster appointed for to-day ore Mr. Livermore, Maror, and Mr. Jardine, G.C. 'Hie up-country mails arrived last evening, an indication that there is, at least, a suspension of tho late heavy rains in thc interior. Tho P. D. Telegram of Saturday week is to hand. OOH non-political readers «til perhaps com- plain of the monopoly of space given to parlia- mentary matters to-day. But really we are net responsible for thc misadventure. Our legisla- tors fought unremittingly for twa months, and then suddenly agreed to sink their differences, and etick to business. The result was that the whole work of the sossion was crowded into a single week, and our report, though long, is scarcely more than an epitome of the Courier''s report. Thc proceedings of the Upper House we have not .paco to roport at all, but fortu- nately that honorable boily seems to havo done little more than concur ia the transactions of tho moro popular body. TUB practical resulte of the late session ...
SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
SYDNEY. Monctiy. Tile Government linving been liefe it eil on tho Border Customs question) hare dissolved the Parliament. Mr. Barbarah, ono of tho passongcrs by tho " Blackbird," s.s., which orrived on Sunday, burst a blood-vessol and died. £750 gross was taken on thc Anniversary Dey for the Firo Belief Fund. Bass' nie was auctioned (o-dny at Cl ICs. to SA, 12s. 6d., in bulk with all faults.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
CAUTION TO TIIÏÎ IMPIIOVIDKNT.-Though .Tour coat may bo cuíllei?, thc broker can collar it. A CHICAGO editor who receives largo supplies I or or.çinn! pootrj offers to publish it if pud nine , dollars per line, " Lriinnt ie in his clement (o-nipht," re- marked a fiiend ofthat individual. ** You don't aay BO/' rcj)!iod tho party nddrcascd ; " why ho inuit bare füllen into a barrel of whisky/1
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 27. BE70BB Mr. Wm. Townley, P.M. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, Januar» 27. BE30EB Mr. Wm. Toirnloj, P.M. 1IECÏKV. William IT. nixon, groom, residing at Cler- mont, tras brought before the Court, on remand from Clermont, charged with haring stolon a gold pin, tho property of the informent, William Voysoy, ot Kockhampron, on thc 9th September last. Mr. Milford appeared for thc prisoner. Drldcr information signed by Mr. Townley, P.M., prisoner was arrested ot Clermont, by scnior sergcaut Brannclly, and brought before the Bench there on the 11th inBtont. On thc evidence tendered by thc apprehending constable, Mr. Lambert, P.M., remanded tho prisoner to Rockhampton. Thc evidence taken at Clermont was read. Senior-sergeant Brannelty during his examina- tion there stated that ho apprehended prisoner nt tho Copperfield Hotel on thc 10th instaut, on a charge of stealing a diamond gold pin. Prisoner, on his apprehension, said "I found tbs pin and scarf in my coat pocket three days ofter fighting with Voysey. I supposo ...