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1872. POST OFFICE, ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

1872. POST OFFICE, ROCKHAMPTON, AMENDED TIME TABLE of Arrival and Dispatch of Country Mails » ïosx Towns. Balun* . BlaqtalL,. Ctaxnojai. Copper Minas... Croéodüe. Emu TsrV eta Cawarr'l GUditoae-OTerUod Gain ford ... Lillyvale. Marlborough. Morinish. Nebo . Ridgelands . Springsure . St. Lawrence. Tambo . Taroom . Weetwood . Yaamba. MAILS CLO BX AT EOCXBAMPTOK. Thursday, at 10 o.m. . Baturdav, at 10 o.m. ." ... ... Wednesday and Saturday, at 101 Wednesday and Saturday, at 101 Monday, at 9 o.m. ... ... ... Saturday, at 1130 o.m. . Wednesdays, at 9 a. m. . Wednesday and Saturday, at 10 i Wednesday and Saturday, at 1 i Monday, at 1*30 p.m. Thursday, at 9 a.m. Monday, at 1'30 p.m. Thursday, at 9 o.m.. Wednesday and Saturday, st 10 s Monday, at 1*30 p.m. . Saturday, at 10 «.rn. Thursday, at 10 run. Daily, Sun. excepted, at 10 «A Monday, at 1*30 p.m. Ajuara « POST TOTO. Friday, at 2 p.m. . Saturday, at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Saturday, at 6 p.m. Wednesday and Sunday, at 9 a.m. Monday, at noon . ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

SOIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABEIVAL. .IANUAIIV 30.-Eirmont, s.s., 309 lons, Captain Burrell, from Sydney diront* ransoiiROrs-Mrs. Bonralcault, fninlly, mid «maul. Mr«. Calliislinn, two children, and bOi vant, Mo«». Wine Will, H'Hutor, M'Koll, Phillis, uud scrcolocn iu tlio sloorugo. DEPABTOTE. January SO.- Lady Dowon, «., 4M ton», Captain CotUor, for (¡ludstono, Maryborough, and Brisbane. PosMnnors -Miss BouortJion.MliS Little Mosnra. Jioonlda» Kolodaii, j. Foulkoi, A. N. Boll, J. A. Wolir, and about nrtoon In tho fclccrago. Ss

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

COMMERCIAL. THE Egmont brings Syd noy papers to Thursday last. Tío following is from tho Herald of that date. There was very little doing in the import margot* yesterday. BrcadstufTswcro quiet but firm ; email enies of flour nt £12 10s. to £14. Millers are reducing el net« in preference to paying tho price demanded by holders of wheat and ngents for Adelaide houses. Tho shipment per Patriarch, and that mado per Allahabad, has rcliorcd the market of about 800 tons, most of which is the produce of Soulli Australia. Candles aro {¡rm, trado quantities have changed hands up to lOJd. There has been a better inquiry for cornsacke, and holders ara asking higher prices. In liquors, the chief domand is for bulk ale, and sales have been msdo of leading brands at full rates. Transactions in tho stock and share market fo>doy woro noithcr Humorous nor important, as there wore very few sellers of dividend paying investments, except ot extreme prices. Peak Downs Copper were reported to have chan...

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

MANIFEST. INWARDS. January 30.-Egmont, «.s. From Sydney: 2 eûtes irina,' I bax, 1 paree!, F. Ii. Barter ¡ 1 pared booka, Rev. O. Murlay ; 1 pareel. Bank Nc iv South Wale?; 18 bags onions, 1 case cumples, 18 cases fruit, G. B. Shaw ; 35 bundles wire, 2 casos, 25 bars iron, 2 coses, 1 bundle tnols, A. W. S. Smith ; 1 case axes, 20 bags maize, IO bags onions, 1 puncheon, 1 parcel, 2 casos, II. Beod ; 1 caso, Scaninn ; 1 bundle scythe handles, 4 axle blocks, 2 kegs barley, 1 case sardines, 26 bundles iron, 8 chests toB, 1 case, J. Palmer and Co ; IO coses jams, 12 hoxes 15 half-cheats 2 chests tea, 1 cask pearl harley, 1 bale paper, I caso 1 cask seed, 5 bags salt, 1 case oil, 2 CUBOS horrincs, 1 caso sardines, IO bags rice, 2 packaeos raisins, 1 case noel, 1 kag carbonato soda, 23 hag« jioliitoc», 10 bigs onions, Higson and Co. ; 10 half chests 12 boxes tea, 3 cusin soda, G boxos pipes, 1 case salmon, 1 bag seed, 1 caso tapioca, 10 cases jams, 20 lioxcs epcrms, 2 quarlcr-cask vinegar, ...

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SUPPOSED DISCOVERY OF LEICHHARDT'S REMAINS. (From the Melbourne Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

ßÜPPOSSD »I80OVEBY OF MICH fcABDrS BEUAINS. {From the Melbourne Ar gut.) WE hara obtained from Inspector J. M. Gilmour, of the Queensland Native Mounted Police, who is now in Melbourne^ome information respecting his second ^expedition to the interior, which pointe to the discovery of some further relics of the unfortunate explorer Leichhardt ead his party. Mr. Gilmour having completed his search, journeyed from Bulloo Barracks by horseback and coach to Brisbane, a distance of about 850 milos, and he has since come via Sydney to Melbourne. In bis ilrst search, which like the present was under- taken by direction of tho Queensland Government, who had received a story from the blacks as to the existence amongst the native tribes of a white man, Mr. Gilmour penetrated As fur as Wantata, a place westward of the Barcoo, in about lat. 24 degrees and long. 140 degrees. There lie found, near some eand hills, the remains of apparently four Europeans, with remnants of European clothing, &a...

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THE HEALTH OF HER MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

TUE HEALTH OP HEB MAJESTY. AT a m toling hold nour Glasgow, the other day in connection with the building of a new lunntii asylum, the Rev. Norman Macleod gare tomi particulars in reference to Her Majesty'« healtl that will be read with interest throughout tilt globe. He said :-' ' I had no intention whatevci of making any remarks about Her Majesty. 1 think this is the first time I hare dona it in public, but as the chairman has called upon me eo pointedly to confirm bis statement, I beg, haring just returned from Balmoral, to say that I sm. very glad to unite with my friends here in drinking to the health of the royal family ; but I trust Providence bas given me euch an amount of common aonse os not to presume to return t'aanka for them. But as you havo alluded to tho Queen's health in connection with eomo information I havo given you, I beg to say this, und to say it very emphatically, that what is meant by Her Majesty's having been morally or mentally incapacitated for any work, ...

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SIR CHARLES DILKE ON ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

SIR CHARLES DILKE ON ROÏALTT. Iis-repenting his lecture on Representa tion and Royalty- at Leeds, Sir Charlea Dilke said ho had nothing to alter upon what he had said at Newcastle, Willie he did not cure in tho least for the ridiculous err of treason which bnd been raised against him, he did care a great deal for the chargo of haring used discourteous language against the Queen.' He had not accused the Queen of malversation in this matter. He hud only ^«eltóSfi om a pamphlet called ' What does she do with it ?' in which the Commissioners of the Treasury had been accused of malversation. Ho held that he hud reason to complain when, because he seid the statement of that pamphlet needed an Hnswcr, he was accused of buving made nu attack upon tho Queen. He wished to sec the money spent on sinecures saved, and so saved that the saving might reach the publie purse ¡ but the Queen had no chnico whatever in the matter, and it would be tba height of cruelty und unmanliness to make her respon...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURV. Tuesday, January 30. BEKMK Mr. Wm. Townley, P.M., «nd Mr. E. P. Livermore, Mayor, J.P. DBCKK. Ono drunkard was oautionod and discharged. USTKQ A BOBBE. Robert Barron eucd Joseph Pattison for using a horse. Mr. Milford appeared for the plaiutiff, nnd Mr. Jones for ibo defendant. On tho application of Mr. Jones, the defendant's attorney, the Bench adjourned the oase till Tuesday morning next, nt ten o'clock. Oosts to ubide the event. Haring a stolen horse in his possession, Reuben Hart appeared to answer the above charge, preferred by J. Kennedy. Mr. Mel- bourne appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Milford for tho defendant. The Bench udjouraod the coso till Tuesday next. DIBOBDERLY OOHDUCT. Margaret Orchard was charged by Constablo O'Donnell with acting in a disorderly manner, and using obscene language in fiolsovor-strect. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to two months' imprisonment, with hard labour,' io Her Majesty'* Gaol, nt Rockhampton. Wednesday, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

DEATH. ON the 31st ultimo, at the residence of his parents, 227 Castlereagh street, Sydney, of consumption, Flavian Matthew, aged 23 years, only brother of J. S. Cleary, Athelstane Range.

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LIST OF SELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

LIST OF SELECTIONS MADE at the Rockhampton District Land Office, during the year 1871 : 1. 72 acres agricultural land, in tho pariah of Nicholson, Charles Walter De Vis. 2. 50 acres agricultural laud, parish Nicholson, Charles Walter De Vis. 3. 58 acres agricultural, parish Nicholson, Charles Walter Do Vi?. 4. 282 acres agricultural, 139 acres 2nd claas pastoral, pal ¡ill Wiseman, William Stewart. 5. 281 acres agricultura', 82 acres let class pastoral, CO 2nd class pastoral, Wiseman, David Laurie. G. 52 acres agricultural, 5G acres 1st class pastoral, parish Nicholson, William Orr, jun. 7. 50 acres agricultural, 30 acres 2nd class pastoral, parish Nicholson, John Cameron Macdonald. 8. 132 acres 1st class pastoral, parish Nichol- son, Patrick Devlin. y. 50 acres agricultural, ll acres 2nd class pastoral, parish Nicholion, William Orr, Jun. 10. 52 acres 1st class pastoral, parish Nichol- son, Wüliam Campbell. 11. 5t acres agricultural, parish. Nicholson, Henry Turnc3' Stapp. 12. 200 a...

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INPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

IMPOUNDINGS YAAMBA.-On (ho 5th January, 1872, by Mr. John Mylrea, Lake Learmonth :-Bay Mare, afar on forehead, near hind foot white, saddle marked, branded largo CM od' shoulder ; foal at foot, unbranded.-If not released will be «old Gth February, 1872.-A. GEDDES, Poundkeeper. BooKHAiirroK.-By F. H. Day, Esq., from Gracemere Heifer Station, 8th January, 1872 ; driving expenses ls. 8d., and ferry ls. per head. -Bay Horse, branded like CB over like "JH conjoined near shoulder. Bay Horse, star, JH near shoulder, JH off shoulder, long toil. Bay Filly, star, black points, OR near shoulder. Bay Mare, star, liko 62 near ribs, BP near thigh. Black Mare, blotch brand over O near ehoulder, O near ramp. Chestnut Cob, star, dock tail, M off thigh, small white spot on withers, hollow back. Chestnut Colt, blase face, like 2R off shoulder, white legs. Chestnut Mare, white face, KW over H near shoulder, EW over ¡33 near thigb, WO over H near ribs, blotch off ribs. Chestnut Mare, hollow beck, JS nea...

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FEARFUL STORMS IS CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

FEARFUL STORMS IS CALIFORNIA. THE Californian papers contain many accounts of the fearful weather and heavy snow-Btorms the state has ex- perienced. Many snow slides have occurred at the different gold-fields, and several liven have been lost in con- sequence. In regard to the stoppage of the Union Facifiic Eailroad, 'a tele- gram from Medicine Bow, December G, says - "There is considerable snow between Sock Creek and Wyoming, and mei) bave just begun shovelling. They have been laying a track around the wreck at Lookout all day, and by working hard will probably get the trains through by morning. Thc weather is cloudy, with appearances of more snow. One western bound passenger train is reported lying at Laramie poBt for three darf;-and another at Sidney four days. *A desperate effort will be made to start them to-morrow." The following graphic description . is from an Omaha journal, Nov. 21:-"The express train on the Kansas Pacific road, which left Denver ou Wednesday last, encounte...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

ÄND OENTttAL QuBKNSf/AKD ADVERTISER. THURSDAY, FEBRUAR? 1, 1872. Tm; Railway dábate, ns reported io Hansard, fully justifica tho sanguine anticipations wo indulged iu on receipt of tho news, by telegram, that a Railway Commission had been appointed. There is no longer nny doubt that railway extension, within prudent limits, is considered necessary by politicians on both sides of the House. Tho prudence of extending tho Great Northern Rail- way, especially, cannot bo questioned. Of that the veriest " humdrum " in parliament can no longer entertain a doubt. Tho Government are guaranteed tho whole of the Peak Downs copper traffic, which, last year, from the mine alone, reached 2221 tons, exclusive of at least an equal amount of up-loading required for the mining population and the stations. Besides this there was last year exported from the northern railway district nearly 6,000,000 lbs. of wool. Taking the copper at 2210 lbs. and the wool at 2000 lbs. per ton, tho total weight of this...

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

TT\ÜE BULLETIN Summary of News -*. for tronimiiiioD by Hie Monthly SUFI Mail, it publiihrd «Ter; fourth 8nturdny, and pnle j to any addreei in tba colonie» on prepny . mant of 61. por annum ¡ to ürent Britain, ein Southampton, st 6a. per,annum s and «¡av Brindiii at Si. per annum. C. PYBUS, SADDLES & HAENESS MAKBH, ROOKBiltPTOM HOWARD SMITH, TOBAOOOWIST AMD XTSW8 AGENT, OOFFIBRIXD. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, raiKOE OF WALES BUILDINGS, CLBBMOKT. J. B. JONES, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKE«, '* CAMMJELI. STUEET. SS.-Saddles counterlined for 7a. ed. ; Collara, 6a. A, Q, HENRIQUES, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, IKCOBTXB OF Grocery and Oilmen's Stores. MAO A EE VS ADELAIDE FLOUR. E. Ii. DIBBIN, STOCK & STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, ABO COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM OHAÍIBEB3. A. W. S. SMITH, CENTEAL STOEES, Ei$T-BTBSST. W. DUFFIELD & CO.'S ADELAIDE FLOUE AGENCT. Agent for Mutual Life Association of Australasia. JOHN HEADRICK ...

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

MARAVILLA COCOA, for Break tatt. Tho Globe toys, "Various im- porters and manufacturers have attempted to attain a reputation for their prepared Cocoas, but wo doubt whcthcr.any thorough euccess hos been achieved until Messrs, Taylor Brothers discovered tho extraordinary qualities of MAR A- VILLA COCOA. Adapting (heir porfect sys- tem of preparation lo this finest of all species of the Thcobroina, they have produced an article which supersedes every other Cocoa in the market. Entire solubility, a delicate aroma, and a raro concentration of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all other. For homoeopaths and invalids we could not recommend a more agreeable or valuable beverage." Sold in packets only by all grocers, of whom also may be had Taylor Brothers' Original Homoeopathic Cocoa and ßolublo Chocolate. Steam Mille, Brick-lano, London. ll EEC H-LO AD LNG GUNS. PAFfffl PATENT LEVEE WEDGE C. FIRE dispenses willi the usual dangerous Spring Needles, pr...

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

ílMIE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION OOMPANrs STEAMSHIPS. For ßYDNEr DIRECT.-" Egmont," To- morrow Morning IL'30. For BRISBANE, ri« GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.-"Queensland," on or about Tuesday nest. For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or about Saturday nest. * F. L. BARKER, Agent. Rocklianihtou, February 1,1B72. SCHOONER " ClliCE," VUOM SYDNEY/. OUDERS forwarded by " Egmont," will bo ia time. Vessel will sail early next week, February 1, 1872. POUT WJHTI3 & LKICUUAUUT DIS- TRICTS HOSPITAL. TUE Committee of tlionbovo Institu- tion will tneel in I lie Court House, on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, tho 2nd February, ot four o'clock. Business : Passing accounts and other molters. F. N. BKDDKK, Secretary. Rockhampton, .January 31, 1872. NOW EXHIBITING. A LIVE ALLIGATOR!! lliEVlOUS to going lo Sydney (for A a tow days only). Adjoining tho Criterion lintel. Admission One Shilling. M AG A lt KY'S ADELAIDE FLOUR. ? 'III 12 Undersigned is Agent for lite *- above FLOUR, oud is regularly in receipt ot...

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CRIME IN IRELAND. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

CRIME IN IRELAND. {From the Home Jfems.) THE trial of Kelly for the murder of Police-constable Talbot terminated on November ll. At ten minutos past four in tho afternoon the jury retired, taking with them the bullet and tho pistol and a map of the vicinity. They also asked for the pieces of lead that bad been found in the post-morlcm examination. At eis o'clock bailiffs were sworn in to guard the jury during the absence of tho judges, who stated that they would return at ten o'clock, but the jury being agreed in about twenty minutes, their lordships were sent for, aud nt about ten minutes past seven o'clock they resumed their seats and a verdict of " Not Guilty " was then handed in. It took all tho court by surprise. The prisoner maintained the same cool self-possession which he had manifested throughout tho trial. He will be put upon his trial next session for shooting the policeman. After the verdict became known in the city, a crowd of people numboring OOO or 700 assembled in Ca...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

SYDNEY. Wednesday oroning. Several Companies held their half-yearly tncolings to-day. Tho Sydney Gas Company declared o dividend at tho r.ito of fiftoen per cent per Tho Teak Downs Coppor Mining Company's was a highly satisfactory report. Tho dividend dcclarod was 8s. pei' share, or at tho rate of eighty per cent per annum on tho £1 share. The Clarenco and Richmond Steam Naviga- tion Company declared no dividond. In the legislative Assembly Mr. Forster moved that the Government be granted three months' supply, conditional on the non-collec- tion of the Border Customs duties until the new House meets. Thc sugar market is much firmer. The lieut to-day is intense. Cases of sunstroke arc numerous. Sailed for Brisbane : " Lady Young," e.

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

A FEW public-spirited townsmen, who biro discovered that thc easterly breeza is kept «IT thc town by the scrub growing on the north "¡ile of tile river, opposito Crocodile Creek, have started a subscription for clearing that aorub, and trish to raise the sum of £20 to £30, which they think will suffice for the work. In this oppres- sive weather, a frosh breeze is such a luiury that wc presume everyone will wish success to thc ecrub-clcaring movement. A liEUjpnriL to the Municipal Council bas been in course of signature during the week, praying for the forming and metalling of that part of Kcnt-itrcct lying botwern William and Denham streets. Thc Wesleyan Church is situated iu this part of Kent-street, and if* would therefore bc a public advantage to have tho pathway, at least, traversable in all weathers. The Council cannot do everything at once, but we bare no doubt tho memorial referred to will have due attention. TUE fresh in the rirer hiving subsided, thc steam punt has again be...

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A LEGAL DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 1 February 1872

A LEGAL DIFFICULTY. THERE bas (rays the Melbourne Argus) been fi little " difficuly " in San Fran- cisco between Mr. Charles do Young, of the Chronicle, and Judge Delas Lake. If anything were wanting to show the innate superiority of American institu- tions over our own, it would be found 'in the existence of that sound publio opinion which Bees nothing objectionable in the administrators of the law break- ing it nt pleasure to suit their own ! personal convenience or inclination. | Wc ure afraid that we benighted j " Britishers '.' shall never be able to i attain such a sublime height of i philosophical indiftereuco to tho pro- ceedings of our justiciary. Fancy w hat would bo our feelings if Mr. Justice Barry, stung through hie very shirt front at some remarks we had thought it necessary to make on his official conduct should "spring upon us, precipitating the whole force of his body" on our editorial person, as did Judge Lake on that of the luckless De Young. (Per haps, by-the-byc...

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