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THE ALLEGED KIDNAPPING ON BOARD THE PETREL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

. THE ALLEGED KIDNAPPING ON BOABO THE PETBEL. Tra fallowing ia tbo report of Meura. Fairolotb and Sheridan, the magistrates appointed to hold the enquiry s '? Maryborough, January 23,1872. T 8ir,-We do ourselves the honour to report for the information of the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, that immediately on the receipt of your message we prepared ta start for Bunda- berg, whither we proceeded ia the pilot schooner Ethel, arriving at the mouth «f the Burnett at 6 p.m. on the 18th instant, pat voy- age having been greatly expedited DJ the kindness of Captain Smith, of the steamer Queensland, who, towed our vessel from the river bends to Woody Island. " 2. We crossed the bar of the Burnett early on the 10th, and about fire miles up the river met the Petrel at anchor. We immediately went on board, and finding that the captain and Government Agent were absent, having gone to the township, we examined, without taking down "-.a eviùeuce, the chief officer and an able seaman, who were the o...

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THE LATE MR. A. H. BLART. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

THE LATE MR. A. H. BXArrt. jHfe readers arc already aware, we Intra beor icHrn apon by Messrs. Ballam and Clennett') solicitor to apologise for our commenta on tim ¡evidence talion at the inquiry into the circuni .tanoos-attendfng tbe death of Mr. A. IT. Blair. It will oleo bo recollected that in our issue ni Saturday wonk we declioed to apologise, bul offend to publish anything Messrs. Ballam and Clennett might write hy way of vindicttion. Pursuant to that offer wo now republish a letter algned "Goorgo 0allam," which appeared o (cw days ago tn a contemporary journal Ador «bat lias been already «aid on tho evidence, wc deem itquite unnecessary to add another no d, but ere content to leave the matter to thc judg- ment of the public: , Sir,-With a bad taste peculiarly its own, the ¡Bulletin of the 25th instant treats its readers to ? biography of tho late Afr. A. M. Bliir, who had lived with me foreome months, and whoso Ï' nfortunute death near my residence formed the abject bf a magi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

Ip a hair of a dog ii good for bis bite, that explains «hy sulphur, «hieb cornea from Vesuviue, is good for eruptions AKOTHKK poor girl has disd id Virginia from the use of tobacco at the age of 100. She was an orphan.-Nao Tori Herald.

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NEWLANDS WOOL-SOOURING ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

NEWLANDS WOOL-SOOUBtNG ESTAB- LISHMENT. Tbcne of our reader« wliom it may concern will no doubt bare noticed an announcement ia cub advertising columns of the re-opening of toe Newlands Wool-scouring Establishment, lately^ tho property of Messrs. Wilkinson and Foulkes. It is now conducted by Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, of tho late (Inn, and being a local industry well deserving encouragement, we hare much pleasure in giving a short description of the place and the machinery employed in the business of wool scouring. The site of Newlands is upon a pretty knoll about four mites to the southward of Rock- hampton. The soil consists of a light, sandy loam, from which the water drains off quickly into the lagoon in front of tho works, which supplies the machinery with water. The site is therefore always clean, and almost always dry -a matter of great importance in wool-Washing . operations. The lagoon ii a large and per- manent one, twenty-two feet deep, the water being pure, cloar, and eofr. No...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

MANIFESTS. INWARDS. February 5.-James Paterson, from Sydney : 5 quarter-casks brandy, 1 case mushrooms, 1 ease, W. F. Waltoo ¡ 17 bags onions, 12 cases fruit, Shaw; 20 cases claret, Copora and Beckerleg ¡ 1 case cocoa, 1 keg salmon, 1 cask, H. Beed î 2 cases brandy, 42 bundles irire, Order; 62 bags potatoes, 6 bags onions, 1 case cheese, 8. Part i 1 parcel tobáceo, J. Cramp ; 6 half chests tea, 2 crates, 1 package shovels, 2 cases bedsteads, 1 case chairs, 2 eases, F. F. Budden ; 20 half-chests tea, 1 box tobacco, 1 case, Wing Wah ; S bags onions, 1 bag nuts, SO cases fruit, 1 box bags, Wright ; 6 bags onions, B. Davis and Co. ; 7 bags potatoes, 13 eases fruit, Dsn Hank i 1 ease glass, Dr. Callaghan i S bundles «rire, 2 lengths piping, 1 brats cock, 10 cases nails, care F. h. Barker j 1 case, Wing Wah | 1 j parcel, Hopkins ; 8 cases fruit, J. W. Smith j 2 cases glsss, 6 kegs nails, 5 cases, 36 ovens, 6 covers, 2 bundles spades, 2 nests tubs, 16 bundles irire, J. Headriok and Co. ¡ 2...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

AHD _. CEKTEAL QDEENSLAÍTD ADYEÍITISEE. TUEÍjDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1872. THE municipal elections take place to-day at noon. So far as we have been nble to ascertain there will be no opposition to the re-election of Mr. Alderman JACKSON and the election of Messrs. SMITH and SANDEL. AU three are good men, and probably little would be gained by a contest. There appear to be no very serious differences among the ratepayers, «nd so long as the Council fairly represents all interests in the town, we do not soe that any quarrel need arise. There is, however, ono subject on which a difference of opinion exists, and on that it may be well for the ratepnyers to express an opinion at the annual elections. The subject to which we refer is the long-projected loan. Eighteen months ago the then Council Bought and obtained from the GOVEENOB authority to borrow £15,000 for various unspeci- fied municipal works. A large section of the ratepayers, however, disapproved of this loan, and also of the manner i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABErVAL. FKDBCART 5.-Jamos Fateraon, 3B7 tons, Captain Saunder*, from Sydney. I'ftssonKcrs-Mrs. Qlbsou, Mesera. II, M. Dickenson, D. T, Mulllgun, Rcv.T. Jenkyn, W, íiauiBOn, D, M. Woodln, and throe lu the Btoomgo. DEPAMTfBE. Fobruary 5.-Tinonoe, SJ., 295 tons, Captain Hurst, for Broadsound, Mackay, Bowen, and Townsville, l'as ?onRcrs-Mrs. Adair, Mn. Eamiay, M ras ra. W. Taylor, E. 8. LUGM, K. II. Willi, 1Î. J. Edkins, J. 1». B. H. Eauuny, B. Cribb, jun., E. M. Long, C. Rawson, J. Armstrong, 1). Waka. J. Kennedy, J, Just, W. Bennett, Shadwell, aud fifty In tb» steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

rpHB BULLETIN Summary of News -»- for tmnraiiuion by the Monthly Suez Hail, il published «ror; fourth Saturday, and poftm io any addiVM io the colonie! on prepay- ment of 6». per annnm i to Great Britain, via Southampton, at 6«. per annum j and via BrindUl at 8a. per annum. C. PYBUS, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, BOOKHAlf PT0H . HOWARD SMITH, TOBAOOOITIBT ABD STEWS AGENT, Oominmi. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, P&1KOE OF VALES BUILDIN08, CWMCOKT. J. B. JONES, SADDLES & HARNESS MAKER, GAMMELL STBEET. N.B.-BaddloB countorlined for 7a. ed.; Collara, 6 B. JAMES M'PHEliSON, WHEELWRIGHT IUD GENERAL BLACKSMITH, WeatwooD. Oaod WorVmanebip Guaranteed, and punctual attention to all ordere. A. Q. HENEIQUES, r WINE AND SFIUIT MERCHANT, IKFOETZB Of Grocery and Oilmen's Stores. .Aaitrr ros UAOÀBETS ADELAIDE FLOUS, ! B, L. DIBDIN, STOCK & STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, usn ;> COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM CHAMBEES. A. W. 8. SMITH, CENTRAL STOKES, Eier-BTEBET. W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

DB. TOWNSEND'S 8ABSAPARILLA. rPHE Undersigned aro SOLE ?"- AGENTS in Queensland for this favourite manufactura, and aro fully tii| plied. ARMOUR, WOODWARD & CO., Brisbane. THE GK AND CtJllE ALL! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. The Effect of the Ointment on the System. To tho very core of all diseases which affect the human body this remarkable preparation penetrates. It disappears under the friction of the hand as salt disappears when rubbed upon meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, and without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores, hard tumours, scrofulous derelopmeats, abscesses, Cancer«, old wounds, and, in fact, every species of Inflammation or suppuration, whether in the skin, the flesh, the glands, or among the muscles, can bo arrested in its destructive course, and permanently cured without danger, by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment. Sore Throats, Diptheria, Quincey, Mumps and all other Derangements of the Throat. On the appearance of any of these mal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

DBEIDFA-I'A Subscriber" «teils us, in confidence thatthcEnglishniissionaries arefrying to educate tlic subjects of tbe late King Theodore, nnd hope for succès, os these people haro always I heen A ll Gnians. This is dreadful ; but what can no do f EditorB arc constantly insulted thus. ; Pnrcociors.-First Bural Innocent : " Whorc'rt get thy block eye, Bill ?" Second ditto: " Why, my buoy Ben Jet fly ot mc yea'iiny. He's beginnin' airly 'e's only 16! I can't mind ever eivin' my father a lickin'-not till I nea a mani-"Fun." .J "kä*. THE AUSTRALASIAN S"3Kj|n^. 1 STRAW NAVIGATION ^Ijg^^COMPANra STEAMSHIPS. Fur 8YDNEY DIRECT.-«'James Patcr aon," Ttiis Evening nt 0. For BRISBANE, «if? GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH. - " Queensland," Tina Morning ot G SO. For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or aliout lOtli inslnnt. F. L. RARKiCR, Agent. Rockhampton, February 6, 1872. SCHOONER " ISABELLA " TyiLL SAIL on 8TH INSTANT ' " from tlrisbanc for South Sea Wands, via Rockhampton end Mackay, tuking cargo fo...

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SCOTCH WHISKY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

BOO ICH WHISKY. t name whisky is derived from the b'c visye, water ; and whisky is some a called Mêçebeatfia-that is, usque ii, or water of life, or aqua vite, ? a spirit ruade from grain, buck it, potatoes, or even turnips; but -prime whisky is made from barley ir it has been malted. Whisky is întially a Scotch drink, and nearly f the whisky manufactured in tho ¿eh Islands is produced north of the ¡ed. In 1809, the number of ins of proof spirits distilled in the bed Kingdom was, in rounjl num ¡JCIOSB on 27,000,000, of - which 6&791 gallons were maxie in Scot K!l(Jbe number of distilleries iu year was 110 in Scotland, 20 in land, ti in England. Poe superiority of Scotland in the -the manufacture of whisky is of nparathrely recent date, and does not back much more than a century. In KS, the exclusive privilege of making selling " aquavite " was granted by I of Parliament to the Edinburgh ^lege of Surgeons, who conjoined the ewhat incongruous functions of Btoras «nd barbers. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

* MAEÄ.VILLA. COCOA, for Break- fast Tue Olote saje, " Various im- porters and manufacturers liare attempted to attain a reputation for their prepared Cocoas, but we doubt whether any thorough success hos been achieved until MesBrs. Taylor Brothers discovered the extraordinary qualities of MARA- VILLA COCOA. Adapting their perfect sys- tem of preparation to this fineBt of all species of the Theobroma, they have produced na article which supersedes every othor Cocoa in the market. Entiro solubility, a delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest clemente of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all othor. 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 Solublo Chocolate. Steam Mills, Brick-lane, London. JßBEECH-LOADlN G GUNS. PAM'S PATENT LEVEE WEDGE C. FIEE dispenses with th* usual dangerous Spring ifeedlcs, pr...

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IMPONDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

ixpouxDimts. CDEBMOHT.-OB the 12th. January, 1872, by ! order of the Commissioner of Police:-Flea- ] bitten grey gelding, fistula marl» on w ither, long I «witch tail, branded lnr «Ter LTS on near ! shoulder, like T;(T near hip, litre W off shoulder, j like n on off thigh.-If not released will bo j eold on the 16th February, 1872, to defray expenses,-A. M.'I,BOD, Poundkeeper. , SPBlNQBUBr:,-From Broughton Camp, on January, 1872, by William Kelman, EfO, ; driving, 2s. Gd*:-Boy colt, branded G9 near thigh.-If noaBlcsBea will be sold on thc ISth February, Vint, to defray expenses.-M. O. THOMSON, Poundkeeper.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

MAIM pet " Jamos Paterson " for the Aus- tralian Colonies and Great Britain, close at 6 p.m. to-day. WE are requostod to remind dairymen end others of Mr. Sydney Liuibert's unreserred aile by auction to-day, of the lease of land oooupied by the lalo Adam Boese, together with ninety bead of cows, horses, poultry, etc. Luncheon will be provided, and the sale will take place on the promises, near th's Baceoourse. WK learn from the S. ii. Herald that the B.M.S.S. " Bangalore " leaves Sydney for Gaile on the 13th instant, ns on extra steamer. The " Bangalore" takes an English mail, and is dis- patched in consequence of a rearrangement ol tho P. and O. Co.'a service. The usual monthly mail will leave Sydney about the 28th instant. IK our issue of Saturday last, in reporting thc Polico Court examination into the charge against Thomas Green, of stealing a bank de- posit receipt from Thomas O'Hare, we inadver- tently substituted the name of O'tiaro for that of the prisoner. Wo beg Mr. O'Hare...

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A MAN MARRIED AGAINST HIS WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

A MAN MARRIED AGAINST HIS WILL, j TN the Sheriff Court, Dundee, Sheriff Heriot | heard a petition by Ur. Philip Boag, clerk, ! Dundee, that a record of his marriage entered : in tho Registrar's books should be deleted, inasmuch as the ceremony had taken place with- out hit cotisent. Mr. Grant, who appeared for Boss, stated that the Aot of Parliament, under the provisions of which the marriage had taken ! place, required that hath parties should be will I lng, and also that they should make appearance i before the Shoriff, and that he should be satis fled af their intention, This had not been done -Mr. Paul, for the woman, read a number of of love letters, and produced a ring bearing tho initials of the couple. Two of tho letters were as follow .. Half-past ll, Sunday Morning. " My very ever dear and loving Annie,-How many times I have read your dear note last night I cannot tell. Seems to md I could never tiro or weary of reading (hem. Whenever I feel dull or oppressed, which I do s...

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MOUNT PERRY COPPER MINE. (From the Mount Perry Mail, January.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

MOUNT PERRY COPPER MINE. CFrom the Mount Perre Mail, January) THE exploration of the taine has noir been oontinued for about eight months, night and dar, and eleven «haft« have been sunk, equal to a depth of 1200 feet. Drives conned several of the shafts, and others are being put out at various depths, the total length of the drives being £200 feet. Various extensive improvements have also been made, auch at buildings for artisans, engine sheds, smelting and brick abed«, atables, score, yard«, kc. Ou No. 1, or the main lode, Ebeneser's and George's shafts are at present the deepest, the former being 200 foet lover, and the latter about 200 feet, Dingle's 60 feet, Cherry's 145 feet, Bessie's 126 feet. Hall's 90 feet, Janey's 128 feet, and Osborne's 66 feet deep. On No. 2 lode, a trial shaft has been sunk 72 feet. On No. 3 lode, two shafts have been sunk, namely, " Walker's" 70 feet, and " Furnace " ehaft 90 feet. In all the various shafts the lode presents a strong and most healthy a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 February 1872

'PUB AUSTRALASIAN 8TEAM NAVIGATION COMPANYS STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-*' Egmont," on or about Wednesday next. For BRISBANE, ctn GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.-" Lady Bowen," on or about Tuesday next. For NORTHERN PORTS.-«. Tinonee," on or about 16th instant. F. ti. BARKER, Agent, Rockhampton, February 9,1872. " BLACKBIRD," S.S., WILL LEAVE MELBOURNE for ROCKHAMPTON, via Intermediate Ports, on FRIDAY, 9th instant, and SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 13th, at her USUAL REDUCED FARES & FREIGHTS. B. M. HUNTER & 00., Agents. WANTED, BUSHMEN for Fencing. " Apply at Prince of Wales Hotel, on SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock. WANTED, One Quart of GOATS MILE Daily. Apply to Mus. C. H. Bozioow, River Bank. WANTED, a GOOD COOK, either Mate or Female. Good wages given at the Live and Let Live Hotel. LOST, a POCKET BOOK, contain ing Hone and Cattle Receipt«, and Orders. The tinder will be rewarded on returning tame to WALTER REID & CO., Quay-street, JOHN A. TURNER, j WOOLBROKEB, STOCK &...

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DEATH THROUGH EXPLOSION OF A KEROSENE LAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 February 1872

DEATH THROUGH EXPLOSION OF A KEROSENE LAMP. OHE of tbe mott painful deaths which it has ever bean our (Queensland, Times) duty to record occurred on £8th January, in Ipswich. Xbe4e«e«ted'*riMrarM^ wife of Mr. James Joy, fruiterer, of Brisbane stroet ; nnd tho Budden nature of the occident, together with the very short apace of time which elapsed before death supervened, render the occurrence doubly melancholy. The deceased was assisting ber husband in closing the shop late on Saturday night, and on pro- ceeding to put out a suspending kerosene lamp it suddenly exploded, the bottom of the glass reservoir being clown out. The burning oil, whioh had become ignited, streamed down upon the head nnd face of a poor woman, who attempted in vain to extinguish the flames with which in an instant she was enveloped. Her husband caught ber in his arms and carried her from behind the ooDbter to the «entre of the ebop, where ho left her standing, and ran to get something to put out the flames. Mrs...

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AN ACT TO PROVID FOR DUE REGISTRATION OF BRANDS ON HORSES AND CATTLE. (Continued from Thursday last.) Mode of obtaining brands. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 February 1872

AM ACT TO paoviiifiïtoa'tiîÂ* DUE REGISTRATION Ot? BRANDS ON HORSES AND CATTLE. {Continued from Th^idetj lott.) Mode of obtaining brandi. 12. On and after the frat day of Slay one thousand eight hundred nod seventy two any person requiring a brand shall deliver or transmit to the registraran application in the form of schedule B hereto accompanied.by the foes as pro- , Tided ia schedule C hereto fdr the" registration of a brand And tho registrar if satisfied that auch applica- tion is in conformity with the provisions of this Act and if no special brand has ' been previously applied for io such ,: application he shall allot io such applicant in the order in which his application ÍB received the first unallotted brand standing in the register and shall f register the «aid brand to such applicant accordingly in the form of part I of schedule A, hereto and the registrar-shall also mark upon the said application lue brand allotted to -auch applicant -Provided that any applicant who may ...

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CAPTURE OF THE FIJI MURDERERS. (From the Fiji Gazette, December 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 13 February 1872

CAPTURE OF THE FHI MURDERERS. (From the Fiji Gazette, December 23.) "TUB return of H. F. M. schooner "Jeami Duncan," from Ilia Ynesawas, having on boa the remnant of tho Meva murderer«, complet ll far tho Drat scene in tho airlul tragedy th has brought sorrow to ea many hearts ; and narrative of tito voyage may not be unintcrec ing. On the 30th spoke the schooner " Peri tinder Fiji colours, nnd found she had (went six of tlie Mern men on board. She, tl " Jeannie Duncan ," then proceeded on her v.!; age for the remainder ; cleared tim Ba paetn( at II a m. on the 1st December, and, after mm delays, arrired at Bora nt 1 p.m. on tho 71 December, when all hands wore landed. 0 the some day three of tho fugitives were foun in a native hut, with their hands tied bellin their backs. Hore Mr. Caldwell broome great 1 excited, and prcsentlne his rifle at cno of th Jmsoners, so frightened him that he jumped t lis feet, and mado aT rush for the bush, aft Pritchard fired and missed him, and severa...

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