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[FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE. Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

[FBOM ANOTBEB OOBBEBTONDEKT.] BRISBANE. Monday Afternoon. Tho " City of Brisbane," e., has arrived from Sydney. The "Queensland," s., sails for Ibo north to-morrow. j

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

ADELAIDE. Mondar/, Fules of «heat have been effected nt Es, Sd per bushel.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

DEATH. O'NEILL.—On 23rd instant, at his residence, near   Townsville, Edward O'Neill, brother of Martin O'Neill, of Rockhampton.     On the 17th November last, at her residence, New York, Mrs. Henry Flemming (sister to Mrs. O'Neill and Mrs J. Forrest, of this town). Requiescat in peace.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

MARAVILLA COCOA, for Break fast. The OUbt says, "Various im- porters and manufacturers hara attempted (o attain a reputation for their prepared Cocoas, but wc doubt whether any thorough success has been achieved until Mes;». Taylor Brothers discovered tho extraordinary qualities of MARA- VILLA. COCOA. Adapting their perfect sys- tem of preparation to this finest of all species of tho Theobroma, they have produced an article which supersedes every other Cocoa in the marl et. Entire solubility,' a delicate aroma, and a nra concentration of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish tH» Maravilla Cocoa nbovo al) other. For homoeopaths and invalids wc could not recommend a moro agreeable or valuable beverage." Sold in packets only by all groeers, of whom also moy bo had Taylor Brothers' Original Homowpatliio Cocoa and Solublo Chocolate. Steam Mills, Brick-lsnc, London. J^E EEC ll-LO AD IN Q (J&f^ - ' TAPE'S PATENT * *" " 4 LEVEE WEDGE C. FIEE ' dispenses with tho usual danger...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

jJk&v T1113 AUSTRALASIAN * STEAM NAVIGATION £gg§3g^COMT-ANY'8 STEAMSHIPS. JTor SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Egmont," ou or about Thursday nest. ^or «EISBANK, eta GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.-" Lady Dower.," This Morning ut S o'clook. For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Xinonco," on or about Friday uejt. F. L. H A KITER, Agent. Rockhampton, Jauuory 30, 1872. ROCKHAMPTON VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. THE above HRIGAUE will" ^lEET for PRACTICE THIS (Tucfday) EVENING, at (bc Engine-house, at eight o'clock sharp, W. O'CONNOR, lion. Soc. CAKKIEIcS WANTED. Apply, J. STEVENSON & CO. « ySTANTlîll, a Fcmalo GENERAL ** SERVANT for a private house. 'Apply, THOMAS NOUUÍ, Oxford Anns. % WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a '» LIGHT WAGGONETTE. Appl«, SYDNEY ll. DAVIS. HOÜSE and MULLOCK TEAMS WANTED. WALTER REID & CO., Qu ii-slrrrt. BUGGÏ FOR SALÈ-Apply lol.'. AUliKQJUCK, lioijorcr-Blicci. EMF PARK". TO BE LET, at Howitville, a Eour roomn.1 COTTAGE-Furnished, with or without Board. Terms moderato. Apply to MM. PEAIÍSON, B...

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ST. LAWRENCE CUSTOMS—1871. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

BX. LAWRENCE 0ÜSTOMS-1871. Titrii of Imports from beyond Queensland, £28,091. Value of Exports to beyond Queens- land, £48.083. Total copper (refined) shipped et Gt. Law- rence for other Queensland ports, and not in- cluded in tho Talus of exports giren above 184-1 tons 6cwt, 2qrs. 18lb«. Ditto shipped to Sydney direct, 383 rons 2 cwt. 2qrs. 4 lbs. in- cluded in above exporte. Total, 2224 lons »cwt. Oqrs. 22lbs., passed through St. Law- rence. Declared value of relined copper shipped for Sydney, inoluded in Exports, £28,758. Ditto of wool, £18,615-hides, tallow, ¿E., make up the difference. Customs duties collected at St. Lawrence during 1871, £4,909 8s. lld. To show tho consumption of spirits in St. Lawrence ard the back country, the quantity of one sort alone-brandy-on which duly was paid during the year, was 13(54 callena, paying duty £815 12s. 3d.-comparo with Ihe eame in 1870, 711 gallons, paving duty £367 18s. 7d. Total revrnue for 1870, £3963 15s. lOd.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

Inn Son Francisco Alla says that tho crime of jerking tho hair out of your wife's ! Jicad is not ea sinful as it formerly was. It is just os ungentlemanly as ever, but it doesn't hurt ns it rued to do. BAPTIST MISISTEBS IN A LUDICROUS PBE XUBAMRKT.-Tho con-cntchcr ja n necessity with American railway engines, inasmuch as but few of thc lines aro fenced, and the danger from cattle straying on tho track is eorortimcs very considerable. But it seems Hint the prey af this singular invention is not confined to kine, or doer, or buffaloes-nt least if wc nrc to credit t he last story from tho Ohio Baptist Convention. lt appears thal some twenty clergymen attending this gathering went one afternoon to take a swim in a river close by, and, as the grass was wet, they deposited their clothes upon tho railroad track just above. But whilst thc worthy gentlemen were still in tho waler a train came round the curve, ond, snapping up with its cow- catcher all the clothes save n sun umbrella and n pa...

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THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

THE FINANCIAL ST ATEM KS r. After »onie formal bu-inrs-, Mr. Bell moved lliut thu House go iulo Committee of Supply, and then mado his fhtanrjal spcerh. He said hit predecessor's estimate of revenue ami expendi- ture for thc year 1870 was within £253 of the Treasurer's anticipations. Tho statement for thc year just closed was as follows : - Cash revenue received between 1st January ami 31st Decem- ber .£709,005 3 8 Expenditure between thc sactia dates.I. 779,031 15 0 Kxcc<s nf receipts orcr payments ... ... £111,973 S 2 ticing the first time since IW'J that thc revonue ins covered tho expcnilil uro. The total increase of revenue in IS71, as cumparcd with 1870, wai £55,9)7, of which Customs »nd excise contributed ... £3S,1S9 Land . 4,307 Gold . 3,;iD ) Stamp duty ., 2,22-i Harbour and light duos . 2,4)3 Eailways .? ." 4,352 Miscellaneous receipts,,, ," ,., 2,910 On postage and ducíric telegraphs und most other hoads of revenue thora «as a slight decroaso. Thc expenditure i...

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THE LATE DEADLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

Tnn: LATE DICADLOCK. Mr. ruinier rose to molo a Ministerial ex- planation with reference to tho proposal made hy Mr. Lilley on tho day when tho House last mot. lie had given it serious consideration, and ho had come to the conclusion that as it was tho duly of thc Government to endeavour to carry on thc business of thc country as well they could, and to give way on many things for this object, without sacrificing principle, and considering that they did not sacriGco any principle in accepting tho offer of the hon. member for tho Valley-redistribution being in fact thc principle of tho bill, and the proposition being only n further carrying out or extension of this principle than the bill originally intended, they would bo prepared under certain circum- stances to introduco n bill for the rodittribulion order that thero would in future bc no misun- derstanding as to tho main principles of thc bill, he would state to thc Hom» tho character of thc measure he proposed to introduce. Ibo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 January 1872

fpHE BULLETIN Summary of NOWB .*- for tranamiMÍon by tho Month); Surr. Mai), ia published «rory fourlh Snturdnj, ind poitei to any address in Mis colouioa on prflpnj roent of 6s. per annum j to Great Brünin, via Southampton, at OJ. per annum ; and cia Sriodiii at 8a. per annum. C. PYBUS, 8A.DDI.KR & HARNESS MAKER, ROOKED MTTON HOWARD SMITH, TOBACCONIST ABD NEWS AGENT, OorrBEWBLD. ^^m^im^räifStBQJi^A»CO., -i.. ? ? - « AUCTIONEEBS, STOCK, STATION, AVD GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, PfilNOS OF WALKS BUILDINGS, ClIBKOST. J. B. JONES, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKES, CAMPBELL STEEET. N.B.-Baddlea counterlined for 7a. ed.; Collara, fla. A. Q. HENRIQUE9, WINE AND SPIEIT MES CHANT, IHTOBTKB or Grocery and Oilmen's Stores. AOBHT FOB UAGJ REY'S ADELAIDE FLOUR. B. L. DIBDIN, STOCK & STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER AUB COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM CHAMBEES. A. W. S. SMITH, CENTRAL STORES, EABT-BTDSET. W. SUFFIELD & CO.'S ADELAIDE! FLOUR AGENOY. Agent for Mutual Life ...

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PEAK DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

PEAK BOWÜS. THE following aro extracts from last Sui urday'8 Telegram i Is thc Polico Court oh Tuesday n case under tho Matter and ferrant*' Act was tried, wherein Dr. Cnndinttis summoned n man hired in Rockhampton for refusing to fulfil his agreement. Thc facts were «imply that an agent in Rock hamnton himl o married cotrphv for Dr. Omdiottis ut £50 n year. Tho Doctor paid £10 15s. passage money and £1 wages in advance. On arrival the woman left in a few weeks, and the man left the oilier doy, being still in debt upwards of £2 for tho passage money. The, Police Magistrate, in giving the decision of the Bench, stated that it is now becoming a common prentice for persons to engage in Rockhampton, ?ind get free passages to tho Peak Downs, and soon after their arrival leave, or secure a discharge by misconduct, their only object having been to get a passnge up. Hie Bench wore determined to put this sort of thing down, and would always assist employers to compel a fulfilment of the agre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

AN ovenvise parent who didn't, sparc thc rod, nearly cpoiled the jcliiid by throwing it out of ibo vrinduw ui'terivardi1. t-im:i:6Pi:aUE would never have »eked, " What's in un aim ?" il lie had boen hit on the head v illi a brick. A tWEHH l'lmnx TiiotsHT.-It's impossible for celebrated nctt-crFcd to live to an old nge, because those tiio " gods" lora din young. " Wu O's there F" cried a putrol to ii passing Heure one darli night. " It's 1, pitrol ; don't bc aimil!." kindly replied un old womi.il. A I'w.r/.so JOKE.- Whut is the difference between a ciiumpngnc supper ut. Giwhriilgc und the Autumn Manoeuvres ?-One is u Cam j champagne party, und the other a thurn . campaign party.-Juill/.

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CALENDAR. JANUARY—FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

CALENDAR. UXDABT-FEBttUAEY. Toes . Weenes Tirai»../ m. Dst...... Bon.....,' Hon ...I ... . 212 311 ... . 3-31) Sil ... r«'KPJn 4'W Mi ...'Lest quarter; 6'6 6*30 . .J 5T,5 MI .i M ru .' M? M - * The risc of lido in Keppel Buv varie* from Oft. tn isft, and at tl<c Viwor Hau from 6!t.to lott, Dejitli nf waterutthoUji]ierFliit-Inthnold or natural channel, at low water »inlcs«, IO.oin; bwtluwt springs, lin. din. sen cutting ur. loir water «prinirs. nrt.; In lilslicrt Springs, len.-Tlio tune or Wsli water ls slightly in ilneneed by freslicts anil huth winos. t Toetidesroiiclitheil rullnttira Pilot Station, Keppel | Bay, ih. 40m. cirtlor, and at lloekhuuiptoa 30m. later nan thc tioun named In the uuovo tablo.

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MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

MANIFEST. IKWAKDB, February 1.-Tinonee, n.e., from Townsville : 2 casca 1 hoi tonnccn, 1 package, Order. From Mackay : 1 ease cigars, I case sundries, H. Beed( quantity bananas, Orde- ¡ 1 quarter-cask treacle, Marquess; 22Pmstssugar,B. Brodnili; 1 quortor-oask tallow, Boldeuian and Co. ' j

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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

ENGLISH COMMERCIAL-. By (lie lindy Bowen, e., ira novo oar Knglieii files to let December. WOOL.-From tho European Ma'! we loom that the orrivols lip to dato comprit? 32,205 balea Cape, 20,058 Sydney, 8263 Port (Phillip, 6233 New Zoaland, 1399 Adelaide, 029 Van Diomcn'a Land, and 36 Swan River-total, 68,813 bales, A few thousand bales nore may arrive, but such additions will rnorciy replace what has boen forwarded direct to tho country or the Continent, consequently the above ngures will about represent the quantity to be offered. The first series for 1872 are announced to commence on February 8. Tho sales commenced On the evening of Novombcr 23, and ore being continued in tho ordar os arranged above. Tho atter.danco is very numerous, and (lie biddings spirited, at an advance on last silos1 prices. Messrs. Hazard and Csldccott state that prices for all descriptions were very firm ct tho highest rates of last sales, and- in some cases showed an advance of id. to ld. per lb. Capo snow...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

ALI. ron MON HY.-Jack Damyan ni.d hi« «¡fe havo just started on tiicir wedding tour. Thc lady's chief attractions is her income. In 1I1ÍB ease Jack's ^friends call thc uruol period of seolusion tho moncymoon-"l'uncli." 100 SHEEP Cur TO ATOMS BX A RAILWAY ENGINE.-It was raining heavily, end the night wind wu cold, as tim 1 p.m. train left Goulburn this morning for Sydney. Ruga ond overcoats were in requisition, and everything made snug for a comfortable snooze, the disposal of passengers and train being left in tbs hands of the engine-driver and guard. Suddenly and unexpectedly, however, they were startled out of sleep by a shock that caused rugs and hoads to riso up as if by the wand of » magician, thc heads expressing surprise not unmingled with alarm, for some obstruction unknown had almost brought tho train up standing while proceeding down a hill at about twenty miles an honr ofter passing Sutton Forest. In reply to a VOKO from a window, demanding in on illogical raannor, ' Whet...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

The s*. Tinonee left Cleveland Boy on EVidny, 26th January, at 1'15 p.m.; arrived in Port Denison on Saturday at9°45 a.ni, and le(c samo day nt noon ; arrived ht Mackay on Sunday, nt li a.m.. and loft on Monday nt noon ; arrived at Et. lawiwnco on Tuesday at 1 a.m. ; left nesday ; did not attempt thc night's tide on j . account of rainy and threatening »cather ; got | anderweich on Thursday at lOu.m., und uio^-ed , ot the Company's wharf nt 1-20 p.in.-^Expc- ' I'icncrd light and unsteady winds from S.1C. to E., with ..passing squalls of wind, attended by torrents of rain-a miniature deluge-rendering it impossible nt times to «ce a ship's length ahead. At 1030 a.m. on Wednesday, thc Tinonee passed the Block Swan twelve miles north of Keppel Bay, bound north. Captain Hurst reports that lhere is still u freshet in thc rivers und creeks to thc northward. There have j been beary falls nf rain, which have stopped for «om« time, thc traffic in stares from Townsville i to the interior. Ther...

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CALENDAR. JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

CALENDAR. JANUARY-l'EHUÜAUV. TnoK .., Wodli CR j Thurs, 212 3-0 ! 418 Ul , St) 6fl0 ; nus fl-zi i fl-M 7*12 I 7 37 8'3 I * Tho riso of tldo la Koppel Bnv vorlo* from flit, to ; 4 rt., and nt tho Upper FlaU from 6ft. lo 10ft. Depth of 1 water nt tüe Upper Flut-iu tho old or tintura! charin ni, at low wat«r springs, lft, 6tn; tilghest springs, lift. flin. Now cutittig nt low water springs, 6ft. ; In highest iprin^H, 15ft.-Tho timo of high water H slightly In fluonond Dy fro*hots un fl high winds. t Tho i idos roach their full at tlio mot Station, Keppel Bay, 2li. Wm. earlier, nnd nt Hockhamptoa 30m. lalor bau tito houri named in tho abovo tablo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

THE ROCKHAMPTON BUL- LETIN Published on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY MORNINGS, is thc oldest and most widely circulated Newspaper in Central and Northern Queens- land. IEBUB OF SUnSCBIFTIOK. Fer Annum, In advance . Cl lo 0 Per Quarter . 0 O Per Month, "looked . 4 0 Singlo Copien, each . 0 3 CBABOEB FOB ÍDVEÜTI3EMENTS. KACll INSKBTIOS Two lines, or twelve words. 1 fl Four linos. S fl Sillines. 3 0 Klgln line», or one Incli . 4 O For every additional lacü . 10 Birt Ins HarrlaRCS, nnd Deaths «rc clinrf-cd Zr. ed. oach aud are repeated in Ute DttlletiH Momlily Summary. I C18H ADVEBTIftKMBKTfl. (Sitttattont Wanted or Vacant, Apa rf mm tê to be Let or I Wanted, or Uitceflanton« Want t.) I MCIl IMKRTTON. Three lines, or eighteen words ... 1 n I Six linc*, or thlrty-ria wonts. X 0 j Eight linea, or one Inch . 2 0 (In All cn rca to be pre]tafd; tr booked the usual tcalo ii charged.) 1 The following dincountinrc allowed on advertisement . ordered for a number of congucvttvc insoiUont;-Six ...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. CLERMONT. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTHILIAH ASSOCIATED FBE39 TELBQEAMS. CLEEUONI. Tuesday. I ASI evening a public meeting was given ta Afr. Nathan, the retiring manager of the local bank. It iras troll attended, and a valedictory address vras presented. The weather is showery. The stocks of boer are exhausted.

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