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County of Livingstone, Yaamba. SUBURBAN LOTS. Upset price £210s per acre. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

Connlv of Livingstone, Vanni ba. j SUBÜttBAN LOTS. Upset price £2 10s per acre. ¿ i Lot 67 9a Or 18p John Winter ... 45 ! 68 ISa lr op P. F. il Donald 38 69 10a Or Op ., fc ' 60 8a 2r Op .. . - 61 IOa Or Op 62 10a Or Op 63 12a 2r 32p James Brooke .. 4 i 64 7a 2r l<jp Chariots Pitts 41 65 10a Or Op T. W. Vicary ... ' 66 10* tr Op V. F. M-Donald Si,

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. September 3. Present—J. Jardine. Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

ROCKHAMPTON POUCE COVET. September 3. Present-J. Jardine. Esq.. P.M. Licensing meeting for the granting and transfer of publicans' licenses.-No applications.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

LOCAL. THE " Governor Bowen " was engaged , ! yesterday up thc river in conveying 7000 j sheep across to Kerr and Cross's Station, , for the purpose of shearing. I There was no meeting of the Muni- ! cipal Council on Thursday evening, the j number of aldermen present being iusuffi- j cient to form a quorum. ¡ TOB ALLIGATOR.-This animal, we ! learn, was so severely injured by gnu shot ; wounds, that it died forty-eight hours ; ' after its capture, and bas been left on the \ banks of the river. j NATIONAL SCHOOL.-The list of sub ' scriptions np to last evening is published j j in our advertising columns, and amounts i to £277. A remittance of £300 will I be made to Brisbane by next Clarence, j CAPTAIN COTTIEB.-A complimentary dinner is to be given to Captain Cottier on Mouday evening, as a means of testi- fying to bis«-bilging and courteous con- ! duct as captain ot the " Clarence," during ! his periodical visits to this port. j

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.   September 3. ---     tVcs iirtshtse.

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MAKTFEST OF THE ALBION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

MANIFEST OF THE ALBION. From Brisbane : [?] pieces timber, 204 buwiir*, 16*0 kx»e »HinrW. Order ; 2S3 pi«-« nx b.*«rd«, K*Keoitr> Scott i 4 ««MK rheeae, tlnfdiurwon. Uniter, & Co. ; S tons flour, S trmtt» uiUlcry. C^r-tain.

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County of Packington. Rannes. TOWN LOTS. Upset price £8 per acre. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

County of Packington, Rannes.     TOWN LOTS. Upset price £8 per acre. Section 18--   £ Lot 41 A. F. Wood ... ... ... 18   42 2r A. Fm-t. . 16 i 43 2r A. F. Wood ". 18: 44 2r P. F. Macdonald ... 19 45 2r Henry Tafflev- ... ... 12 46 2r A. Fcea ... T . ll j 47 2r . ... Iii 48 2r Henry Taffley... _. 13 Section 19 Lot 49 2r Catherine Murphy. 12 ! 60 2r J. E. Itathi-tford . ll | 61 2r J. l-. ith Hay. 9 i 62 2r W. B. Orchard . ll 63 2r .. _ ... 8 j £4 2r John Goujh ... . 9 55 2r Hciirv Tafih-y. 9 | 66 2r Donald M'Lennaa. 15 j - 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

A Lady Angler. --- Lady Victoria Scott, eldest daughter of the Duke of [?], while fishing last week in the [?], hooked two salmon at once. They   proved, however, too strong for her Lady- ship's tackle and broke away ; but she subsquently landed a third fish of 10lb.     weight. --- John Bull April 27 PORT DENISON --- Agent for Port Denison. Mr A S. [?]   W M BUZACOTT, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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AN ALARM AT WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

Aîî Af.ARM AT WASH I KG TON. A Cona.ESPoNnF.xr of tiic New }T?rk Times }fiv«'s a graphic, liut evideutly exaggera ted account of au alarm, which occasioned \ considerable excitement at Washington. ¡ " Wliüe ill« funeral of Col. Elsworth was ! |ias>iug doini I'ciiusylvania avenue, ru inours of a heavy engagement lietween ¡ Alexandria and thc Long Bri«ige com- 1 ineiice«! rapidly circulating, and w.th , mon? than usual iiiiiiuiene^s of detail, ' Thc Secessionists, it was said, hail as- ! saili'«l the second New Jersey Uegimeut, ! stat i «neil iu front of the Engineer 0<>qi>, ; now engaged in marking out aud c »ti- ; Mrueting a fe'e du jxrnt for the protection j of thc Long Bridge. The Second had lieen driven hack with loSs, ami verne now ¡ rallying behind two regiments-one from ! Massachusetts and tho other from Kinnie Island. This looked exceedingly plausi- ble, as it is «ell known that this point is the weakest in the Union line of defence, now stretching from th...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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BCSSELL'S AMERICAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

RUSSELL'S AMERICAN NOTES. ln a letter, dated New Orleans, May 25,   Mr. Russell says.-" There are doubts in   my mind respecting the number of armed men actually in thc field in the South, and the amount of arms in the posession of the Federal forces. The constant ad- vertisements and appeals for "a few more   men to complete" such and such com- panies furnish some sort of evidence that men are still wanting. But a painful and startling insight into the manner in   which ' Volunteers have been sometimes obtained has been afforded to me at New Orleans, in no country in the world have outrages on British subjects been so frequent and so wanton as in the States of America. They have been frequent, perhaps, because they have generally been attended with impunity. englishmaen, however, will be still a little surprised to   hear that within a few days British sub- jects living in New Orlcans have been seized, knocked down, a...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

CRIME AND TRANSPORTATION — It ap- pears that glowing accounts have some-     how reached the editor of the European   Times, of the prosperous [?] of     Western Australia, which is attributed   by that authority to the superior wisdom   of the people of that colony over their         sentimental neighbours in availing them-     selves of the advantages and blessings of     British convict labour. It is curious     that after remarking in congratulatory     terms that the crime had deiminished in       england since the abolition of ticket-     of leave system, he makes the happy discovery that these disturbers of British       society be...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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The Rockbampton Bulletin CENTRAL QUUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

tyt goihhuiptôîî gullííin cornut. pumWM.>MP ADVEBTTBER. j I BJLTCEDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1661. TBC Government heve not,fed, through Mr. Kearn nix, the Iniuiigratir<n agent at Biiabanc, that they will in no case oixler take to provide passages for immigrants . «bo may arme at Moretou Bay to any of the northern ports of the colony. j We have- uijilerstood from the first, j t^atTTne immigrants were to Le conveyed t" the port mort contiguous to their des- tination. Mr. Joan**' stated so. distinctly, previous to hi» departure foi Europe, an 1 until within the last fe«' day«, all «ho baie feud deposits to the local agent here, have dune so on the understanding that the ira nigrants will be forwarded to Hie-ktiaaipion ; and thia at pupation has been ercbotlied in the receipts given for ; curb dejxarit« paid. It requites little argument to their ! that V* arrange inca i wijl operate one- j tju&Sj. »url, c>nt«qne:ith-, tuijoaiiy, in) eomc atm*. For ineuuice, a ?..-.rÀiiip...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

Til« Alhirm left Pnt1i»rw> on I hf 32nd. She wa» ihre« day* te the Brúban* nt er. Whilst Iring tn Moreton Bay «he lott en anchor with fort»-bee fatbxus of chain. Entered Keppel Hay oa Monday night the 2ßiti ult., and ar riri'd at Rorkhampton at 10 »m. on Monds j last, Captain Robertson reports tliat the .teamer Victoria and the fir.tJr iiaated More- ton lieut at 6 p.m. on the £Mh ult, and ihat tile PIOOAT b d bnni floated and «rs« under gome repairs at Moreton Island. The Cern was laing elate ia shore. The O mir« ment «utter "Satellite" left Keppel Bar on the moraine of the 8ih August -pissed to (he «aatwanl of the Percy Irlands (he nett dar. The foi]>«ine six dar» were ?pent crokinc among the Northumberland and Ónibrrlatid Ithvtid«. in the hope of fonding the mitaing ketch *" Ben Boll.** Arrived in Broad Sound on the Kith, sud completed sur- vey of that port on the 28th August. I^t .ame date and proceeded through Thirsty Simad-from threat* isto Shoalwater Bay throagh the ...

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

To rte Idi/or of tie ßtJklm. Di: un Sift,-I find that in consequence of j my name being coupled with *' Paid j fry's "* remarks on the establishment «f a Fire Brigade, I am generally supp-«sed I to lie thc author of the pei-sona! attack ] made ou a gentleman in the funner ] portion «f that hiter. I certainly ap- j prove ol the suggestion for a Volunteer Fire Brigade, but deprecate all per- ' s>>»alities I trust never to see your well conducted journal I-»sc raste, as a contemporary has d-ne, in Queensland, l»t- allowing it to liecotne the %-ebicle of party or personal feeling. If " Paul Pry " will poke the ferrule of his um- brella among public matters, his talents wi.i lie appreciated. By allowing space for this yon will much oblige Yours rcspecifullv. « HAS. WAKEFIELD. Fitzroy Hotel, 6tli September, 1861. £Mr. Wakefield need be under no apprehension 'hat this journal trill be permitted to lose caste through its t>eiiig made the vehicle of p<rty or perscual feel...

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the [?]ntlments of Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. PADDY KELLY MEETS PAUL PRY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

Corrrs^oiibrnrt. IT*« Editor «ai not tx mponñt.l» lor th* Kotlracnb cf Corresponden tc.J To the Editor of the Bulletin. TADDY KELLY MEETS PAUL PUY. How d'you do, old feller;-glad to see you. Let's just nestle together in some out-of-the-way corner for a hit, ami talk over some of thc dom's in this stiirin I tittle town. You with the help of yvur umbrella, and mc with my walking-stick -I always carry one ; the di>~s, you see, j in this pl-iee, ai« very apt to make closer ! a-.'^usiutsucc with a idles s tdiiiis (han's a-rrocalilc to his fevlins-well just mount n:u ! heaps, and make ourselves1 a wee hit till I reveal my :¡¿¡r.s 'jü things iii general. I say ;-there's no gani lil'Ml in that cove if lie's allowed to fro on jist as he ?ikes ;-1 iliwan the P.M., you know. Iv'nt it monstrous that lie should set at nought thc rights and lilllie-, ot British «uöjects ; that lie should hare the un beard of audacity to threaten the land lord of the Golden Fleece, f ir allowing a peaceable me...

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BIRD AND WOR[?]ALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

BIRD A KD WOJlS.lI.DS S EPOS T. Tn* Horse Market «till remains thinly supplied with good conditioue<l road-fters. consequently our sale» for this class of *>tuck have itc<-ii very limited, none but a poor class «>f Impies having hceu bronrrht forward, which buyers will n<»t speculate upon. As we have noticed in our re- ports for thc last few weeks, we would advine boldcis to take advantage of thu precut market, our last quotations having slightly advanced. Store Cattle.-Thc demand for thia class of st'uk has been unusually brink this week ; we have ordeiw f<»r several muta, and if g>wd lots, we could place them at once. Land -The remarks that ws made in our last iejM.it relative to the attention c.illed forth hy th« etpetfcd Government laud sale of Monday la->t, were more iban rea'ise<l, and thc prie: ohtaîncd Mich as were quite unlooked for, oven by the mort sanguine. Thc fr« mt quail er aces brought from £70 to A30...

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CAVOUR AND BICASOLI. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

CAVuüH AKD KFCASOLl. THE first appearance rf the new Ita- lian Ministry in the Chamber is thu* de ecrihe-i tu tlie Turin letter of the Daily .V«M. Tin- per*-nal cintrait between Cavour and Ricaíali i» «nkiugiy indi- cated : Wiis »'»ere ever R'J"n a difference l>e tween the ti -ure and aspect of tao men, one of wb>>ui, alter a few day»' interval, sueeeei« the other ? It was but «u tim day fortnight, that Cavjur. tvho had been at the Ciiatnber as usual, bis const3at custom iu the afternoon, was taken witli his fatal malady at night. You are fa- miliar, of course, with thr.t weighty, though actice, and roam! shoulJeied, thick necked, br-a' heale.1 figure, that vast cpo:: h; av, t;ia: orighr, fair, plump, and e.iiiieivbat r-«y :a. e. tLose jney whis- kers inectir.g un.ier hi« ful good-hn moured chin, that gleaming pi¡:r of glasses, th-t scanty .v.i-i whitened har above, that vivacious, heart j- manner, that ceaseless, fidgetty niotiou. with which, exceptin? when his mind wa« au...

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A NIGHT IN LONDON WITH THE LATE COUNT CAVOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

A NIGHT IN LONDON* WITH THE LATH COUNT CiVoUil. UNDER (his hean1, a writer in the Obtrrrer j «escribes a, midnight visit m»le by the | Ute Count Cavour to the very worst and j [.unrest districts of London :- j He said be wanted to judge for him- j self what r:.ly was the condition of the ; mass of the people of this great city. ' Hitherto, he remarked, " I liave feen thc outside of London, I should now like to see the inside." Arrangements were ac- cordingly made with the Metrop dilan Commissioners of Police, who placed three of their best officers at his dispos.il, und who made arrangement hy wliicli . 1 be could viril die worst districts of the 1 metropolis without any personal danger. A party of five started one evening, ; about nine o'clock, under the guidan e of an inspector of p dice, and ab mt half past ten fou .d themselves in the worst part of Bethnal Green. j Thuir first lialling place was a Ion- ; public-bouse in a narrow street. The i inspector said, " This is one of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

K 8 A L E - ' 'JOfiQQ ft American mn«! Colonial t imlwi n »«. ssah*?«, easeuteata, «fcc. Uodlling «uil arcfaitiavrs, varioua sise* Table l-vC* GaHasiaed corrugated irma nattering, ri.h:« capping, «inc DÖWU ptpioar. ttoada, »boca Kracket«. pi|ie booka ».octa, ninja «. natta. Ac t ojo in*; raes*, with copying book, oil. shiel a, «lc. Iron b*.l«teaas, single and double Sartas col* «..'«.Ivania-M irma arater tanks £ioc bucket* liomsn ct nient ('.al tar and pitch American ladders I<atfcs liasterrrc hair Hat« glass Show batha White Jead Copal vamWh Bast's buttled ale. 4 doz casks Barclay's porter, 4 " " Ad<4ame flour Tea hi J-cbeatt and boxes Paaipaaaa sugar Chiba ditto CoMiparc ditta Sardines, i lb «toa Ijobttcn and oysters in 1 lb tins liverpool aalt Encl iah hams and bacon ling fish Hone}- 0e«r tobaooe Curara (Havannah and Manila chaped) Tarpaulin*. 22x24 and IS»22 Can va-, twiue, and thimbles Furniture Iron bedsteads, (double) 4-6x4 fest, O to* each Ditto, (aiugt...

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ERUPTION OF A VOLCANO ON THE EAST COAST OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

ERUPTION OF A VOLCANO ON THE EAST COAST OF AFRICA. Mr. CHARLES BELL, of Bekesburne House, Kent, sends the following letter to the London Times :—I request that you will be so good as to give publicity to the following account of an eruption       of a hitherto unknown volcano on the     east coast of Africa, within the Red Sea, which I have just received from Captain R. L. Playfair, Officiating Political Resident at Aden.   A native of Edd states as follows :—   On the night of the 7th or morning of the 8th of May, the people of Edd were awakened by the shock of an earthquake followed by others, which continued with   little intermission for about an hour. At   sunrise, a quantity of fine white dust fell over the village like rain. About noon the character of this dust appeared to change, and then resembled red earth. Shortly afterwards it increased to such &n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 September 1861

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer "CLARENCE" Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone, Maryborough,and Brisbane on MONDAY   the 9th, and Monday the 23rd September. A. S. N. Co.'s Steamers. NOTICE. — All cargo landed from the Australasian Steam Navigation Com-         pany's steamers, must be taken charge of   by the consigners immediately on being landed, otherwise it will be carted off and stored at their risk and expense.   For London direct, from Moreton Bay, with Wool and Passengers only. A FIRST-CLASS SHIP will be on the berth in OC-   TOBER next, and sail by the   first of JANUARY. 1862, at the latest. A large portion of her cargo   being engaged, early application for addi- tional freight or passage is requested. WALTER GRAY AND CO.   N.B.-A second vessel will be laid on in January, to sail 1st March, 1862. W. G. &amp...

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