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MARYBOROU[?] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 September 1861

MAfí i'SVfíOUOtt, frito* oc* ow* «t>a«c«ro»Mtirr] Títr, tii<itt important n«*a (rom thk «purtcr in (ywemhig tin.-lat#vmtez. Thu 1 «silendar waa extretwly besry, awi *;i-f,us f. *n» w-i-T« ttitwwned bj (lie itv*' t.i.ai«»i au ti« v.liotfI*T tl»»> tairóem cocîj . all Ic; .<w>ifipl»»»lWl. H f what apt «erred j to 1« « «p^cica «ùf lc%'Xii*inain, liowtjvcr, 1 o tinmber <>f '<9iw>» innme *tn»çk oft tb« ! list, and tb« others disiyr*d of in three i days. j Ti -; fi'"t cane WM the charge apaír.** '. John Maurine!!, of having tatfitrrnrl two I i .io'-M of hail íi.ivney. «I the CUrejxx- «nil j Kagîe lint«;!, in y»ur to-svn. The acatc \ ii«;« «vf a coupl«; «if witiiej«»>°» tn tba ! «"fiwii ic this can» «A-a» very rPÍitsLiuf». ! Th«y *»>-r-; that certain hail cois» (pro I 4IIL-J«1 in conrt) wei« pai l them ky th« j defendant, though they ajuiitt«rj I bey <jid ; ¡i-t tot ice th..- ci.m »a taking then«; they als.» fo,lisf...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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The Rockhampton Bulletin. AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 September 1861

CEHTKAX. C3£X"-.'M-Atn3 ADVrSTtSCB. VHE popular i «M i.f a:: al-l>.:m;an was it UDP tirtiP lil' f:V:u TJ.ltt'-lîlty t'J civic <;3i7 air»rie»gin*raily. Y..ut trac aU-iman .WjLiinjtjKtseii never tn I.« IÍMÍI anti ill favourotl ; r><» « iiiz .'u c-.ul.l MI woul.i'y ' *' fill " til« chair at a ¡mWk' nilling ; lu's jo'lguiclit «as ni.cxcejdi'l.aiMt* tu l!:C walter cf turtle sour. ; no man couM . atusck his lii«s willi wich a fiecnHarly cri- tical air over a glass of old Burgundy ; ! au<i yet in.boily was lid ! to he U:<.re cn- ¡ do Ked uilh a "Ifcpttlan rlewtiy of in- j teliect "-tu quote tlie j Isi ase of a con traipbRity. lid!, ti tapora muUntur. et [ ra* ww fem ar tn tnt*. The }."|mLir , ide»** of men oi! vat i .us paular tijiie», wc point.' thc way of all ol l fas!:inrit>.i , and chcrislie.1 aVurilitits, and tlie ll:iti>k j orcol-'iii:J ellerman is ii» langer com- I monly rrf».ir<l«.-<J ai sn animal of weak...

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MANIFEST OF THE CLABENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 September 1861

SIANirnST OF THE CLABEXCE. TVofli Cfí»bane-J teg. 1 TÍK*, «"ircbard ; 2 »kp». «J<non,u,ir.;, I drapery. 1 ML- p'.nut*, 1 ttu-lilL' m.-fcers lr<vT : 1 r»«e drapery, Htitetiia-ua, ll uti!« r av. i Co.; 1 ft drapery, lloijgeisiid, ra;* of P»!IUT; 2 c-s, 1 ¡>cL Brodni't ; 1 j'Vilt', pa-t-oHB.T ; lt» ba^* p,ita to», 1 tra oiL JoUnnjr. . 2 loi ii», Hird and Co.; 1 »Vvl iron. :-'< oM ; le«, 3 bj* «Djsr..J. Drain; 3 tack* flvur. |-r!uv,i i blid,'J. fluir,bert. ; 5 pk^i-. J."ii»-f.m, i-«ro of liligi; Ï pii, Bíddcli j 2 fiî>2> B. PiïrtT;' I bath, 12 hgt »usar. 2'bj-, flour. I Ci. 1 Mid rum, l Illili brandi,, fe . »ts bortltd bier, llar IÍMM «'id Oeceri ; 1 hile rh.'-t tren. Dean andlDrobT ¡ 1 pkg» ?liOí>, 1 anrfior. Archer ; 1 ct turnery, llihzfcidr ; S cs- brandy, Hen tw(t: I cn, Sindel; I lior*e, Self ; le's Hur -JIM« ; I pd. Wood; 1 ci.a n, 1 pd, Hsrbotir . WipartduT.l 1 tnl<;, ] O ruin. 2 bales POTS 1 , |dc¿e, Winner and Co. ¡ I k¡^....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 September 1861

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer   "CLARENCE" Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane ; on MONDAY the 30th, and Monday the 7th October. A. S. N. Co 's Steamers. NOTICE- All cargo landed from the Australasian Steam Navigation Company's     steamer must be taken charge of   by the  consignees immediately on being landed,otherwise it will be carted off and     stored at their risk and expense. DIRECT SHIPMENT TO ENGLAND   FROM KEPPEL BAY AND GLAD-   STONE-PORT CURTIS. PARTIES desirous of shipping wool direct to England from this port in   November and December next,are requested   to communicate with us at their earliest   convenience,stating the number of bales   that they may have for shipment. HETHERINGTON & BROWN, Gladstone,Port Curtis.   THE UNDERSIGNED are prepare...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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STATISTICAL RETURNS FOR 1860. QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

STATÍSriClL RKTTBN3 FOU MM). QrcExsLum. Ta* Registrar General's rvport for the colony <«f Queensland fur thc year liss l*eii iHihlishetl, and aa an official register of tit« condition of Üie o »tony at the dose of the first year of ii> existence, will be of great val oe,-as showing hy rom parham with the rejunta of future year« the progress of the ooloo y. We collate together thc most important of the information therein Contained for the jterusal of our readers.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

AMKRICA. Tn Home ¡Veto» of August 3rd stales that thc war iu America has at last really begun. Geiiciat M'CIollan han won, if not a very brilliant, at least a very decisive victory al Rich Mouutain, followed by the t.u i render of tile Secrasioiiitil leader, Colonel Pearson, with tho lemaitis of his foHmvers, amomving lo alwin! C>W\ men. These troops are said le lie repentant, and resolved to sin no mote ; but whether they are sincere or not in their ** retient-1 aile«!," Üieir sultmissioii must haw a very disheartening oflèet tt|>on llie enthusiasm of their Southern coiiqiatrmts. A sur- render so <rarly in the campaign ¡s not ] unlikely to produce a jiatric amongst raw and undisciplined levies. Immediatclv aficriviirds, another Moithem commander, Genera! Morris, had an cnga^ment uith j a lindy of Secession tro. i j is and complete) v routcd them; aud the final rcsu.llol' (heir j successful actions is that West «ni Vir ' ginia is completely in thc hands of the Feder...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

TUE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Cmirul Qiurnsland Advertiser. rr.BUi.ur» KVKRV SMTRDAT. Oa\«B TIIHI MOMTHLT. flhaTfsa for ádrrrtliilpx - Twa Hu*and under, tm.; fear Hw 3».; ala lioaa,3c; aa» loe*, si.: far mnrj additional incti, U. *d Discount «a thirteen ta«ertioo., 23 per ceat : ea twenty-aix taiertau*. kV |»r «at. jtdNMamniU ant ic «rltbonl written lotírnrlioa» as to un Bamber of tn .mles*, «ttl be cannoned «atti coanlermaodea, ana charge! for awwotaaty AdsextlsanM&ls cannot he nfflnd attar Jfae pm. «a Trtoay Tor Insertion in thc fellowing Sabarday'a paper. Order. ooantjrrman<Hnn ar altering adrert súmente matt tie «cot aol tatar than loa-m. on Pridar. other .iaejtbf? «ni appear ia UK IOIIOWIIHT Hatnrdajli U Birth*. Marriages, ana Deaths an charged Si. «jd. each laasfUaa. Subscript**! Tm«UUtaps*onUri>. If tauted. Twa Shilling» mad Sixpence. Second Edition* win not be detteerad, bat sabserthe» can obtain them exalts nt the pahHebtafussoe TO CORRESPONDENTS. totte...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

&j>e ^toch^auipton bulletin *Tîl> CENTRAL. QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1861. Ox Monday last, a small exploring party arrived in town, who have travelled from Fort Bomke, on the River Darling-a party of four, consisting of Sir. A. KEITH COLLINS, two friends (of whom one was a lad of eighteen), and a young Murrumbidgee Idack boy. Mr. COLLINS left the Bogan River Company's Station at Fort Bourke on the 5th of July, with seven burses, and has accomplished the journey in safety the men in good health, and the hör»* in excellent condition, malting thirty three miles thc last day. Their stock of j provisions was afc slight, ¡lerliaps, as was ' ever laid in for such a journey, consisting only of 100 lbs. of dour, and a small quantity of tea and sugar ; for the rest they depended on their dogs and guns, and their knowledge of the edible roots and vegetables of the bosh. The dis- tance travelled over they estimate to be more than 800 miles, over a country general...

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COTTON CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

OUTTOS CUI.T1 VATKIN. CoKDITtO*« OM «DICH I.AKD MkX M OB Tftnrcr» rmoM THE QUC**«L4«D ÜOVKaa ?car roa ruc PuaroaE or Corros CULTI vamni. 1. The land (o be held by any one person or Company under these Regula- tions most lie comprised within one block of not less than 320 nor more than 12X0 acres. 2. The situation and general boumta rtes of thc laud applied for must in the i first instance he notified to thc Surveyor : General ; and thc Government reserve i the |n>wer of refusing to grant such laud j as for public reasons it may bc deemed I unadvisuhh» to alienate in thc mnnncr herciu provided. I 3. On the approval of an application the applicant must dcjiosit in the Treasury, in Brisbane, the amount of two shillings for fverv acre applied for -, and on such amount ticing duly dcjraiicd. an authority to occupy the laud xviii I« issued, subject to the conditions herein- after mentioned. 4. Should the land not already have been surveyed for Kale, thc application will only bc approve...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Kr way of Melbourne, «re luve papen from Adelaide lo the 17th instant, and by Sydney telegram new« to the 20th altino. The Btyifier of that dote gives thc following alwtract of the imports and esporta of thc colony for the qmTrter cuded 30lh June bust! The total im- porta during that |>eriod amounted to £424,460 ; but of those there were re " exported £88,241, thus leaving the value of the imports consumed in the colony 42*86,219. On ivierring to thc returns of the previous qnarter. and comparing the two periods, wc Hud that Uti« con - aumption shows a decrease of .£25,557. Hf hellion, and coin the imports for the last quarter wen» £40.250, of which there were iv-exported £16.000, leaving in th« colony £24,2 0. The total ex- ports for the quail er were £433.076. of which imports re-»>xjiorted amounted to £38,241, thus leaving the exported pro- duce of the colony £325,434. The im- ports nialciug up the total nf £424,4rU) have been received from the following co...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. October 2. Before W. J. Brown, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

ROCKHAMPTOS POLICE COURT. October 2. Before W. J. Brown, Esq., 1*.M. «John Turner %vas charged with at- tempting to shoot one John Armstrong. The prisoner was hound over to keep the peace, himself in 40/., and two sureties of 20/. each. He was «naide to procure sureties, and was therefore sentenced to be imprisoned three mouths in Brisbane Gaol.

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DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

TtEPlKrC&ES. ! Septem iver 3.- Clarence, «tarnet. Cottier, for th« Northern I'orto. S<-pt. 4.-Waratah, Btramer, 350 ton«. Knight, for hy<Jney. i-ept. ii.-Scotia, tirig, 130 tons. Blacklock, for Laut oeston ; *iw<»pitj»h, lirigaotiae, \'A tons, Robart«, fur Hobart t own. Sept. 10.-Cyclone, achoouer, f?9 t-ma. Hear/, tor th«! Eichmond Bircr, in haJUat. Sept. H.-Varra Yarra, steamer, MO Vmw, Beil, for Sydney. Sept. 12-Volunteer, acboonec, 10 tata, Hu»v, foe the Rici'.moQ't Uiver. Sept. 13.-L»ta Muntea, acboooer, 45 tona. Cox, for the Tweet) Uiver. Sept. 17.-Clarence, «teamer. Cottier, tor the Northern forte; Mangerton,aUip, F enny, for Arahtttt, THE Sr«AM DKEDGK.-Mr. R. Francis, Ute manager of the Hunter River dredge, aud whose service* have been secured by the Queensland Government for tl» dredge now in course ol construction for our bare and rivers, paid a visit to Brisbane by the Yarra Yarra, tn order to confer willi the authorities. Mr. F. s...

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MANIFEST OF THE PEARL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

MANIFEST OF THE PEARL. Frost Qeesong: 1 blvd nm, 26 ra» brandy, 2 s-tro» tobáceo, I« cheats trm, 2 bag» sugar, j 1 n win«, J. F. Barnett ; J bag caÄV*% B. Robinson ; 1 ca brandy, 3 doa beer, W. Bar- j nett; 1 ea drapery, H pet» ucnntaogerj, 1 American waggon, 1 cs harne»«, 2 hone«, 12 pkg* ewndñes, 1 pkg booka, order; 4 horse», 7 bulb, S cow», 1 ca pitkins, 25 rama, SO pkg« wearing apparel and furniture, Sm4 casks ajwdriea, 1 ot pick le«, I ca carrants, 2 ban ride, £ boaes raisin*, 1 ca bacon, 1 cask pitch, 1 dram turpentine, 10 kegs naas, 2 harness casks ironmongery, 4 grindstoae, 1 crate iron- mongery, 1 keg ratât, J pair harrows and swingle trees, 1 farer, 1 pair bel Iowa, 4 bul- lock yokes, I anvil, 1 wk arsenic, I plough, 1 bag teat«, 1 keg limejuice, 2 botes toothing, 6 pkgs brtUjjift, 10 pair sashes, 1 dog-cart, 77 htf-BhwAtl^^yav libfi»K cp^en^i^apyl^ es merchandise, 2 coils rope, 4 pkg« canvas, 1 eask tar, 1 omsk pitch, 1 drum oil, 4 ¿-casks vinegar, 1 keg ditto, I keg appl...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

NEW SOt TII WALES. The Itihle Hall in Syduey was opeaed on the IHth imitant with a publie break fust, at which Sir John Yo aug presided. The Pitt st rece Tramway has bora COUIIHCOCfd. The coal-miners at Newcastle on strike have o|<eu<s} a new seam, and they have commenced operations in a very energetic. iii«ui:cr on the co-oj »erst n e system. Ute war tnteUisenee from New Zealand I ?continues: Slat. The arrivai of Sir George tïiey was anxiously expected. Tba Otago poid fields are turning ont iv elk and a groat rush has set ia from Sydney and MelNmnie-at the latter place pas sagix t<» the no*v gold iii. îd& bad risen tv Vf ^steerage.) Another I tank defalcation has talca place. Mr Salmon, nxvn'lv of the Batik of Nc»»' South Wales, Sydney, has di» aj'pcuvd, having defrauded that estate lishiiK-tit to tlte extent of 5000/. ; he H said lo have incurved otiier Uabitities ta an equal amount, making a U«tal of abo-ut lt»,vtH*i. STONE BKESKISCI Mactt...

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BRISBANE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

BRISBANE 8UIPPISO. September 4.-Lota Mootai, ketch, 43 ton«, B. tUts, from Sydney: Cyclone, avboon<7, (ft »ODS, Hear!, from Newcastle; Vanquish, schooner. 128 too«, .Scott, from Sy.iney; Yoi untrer, schooner, To tons, -, from Kydney. Sept-7.-Yarra Yarra, steamer.-SQQ tons. Bell, from îSydoey. Sept. lt-Clarence, steamer. Cottier, from tbe Northern Porta. S.!pt. 16-Uncle Tom, 130 tons. Lake, j from Bockbampton.

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

To the MHor of thc Bulletin. Ma. EniTjii,-Sm,-In touting over your correspondence I sec nothing said on a subject which all acknowledge to bc ; of the most vital importance; I refer to Ui'î elective franchise of Queensland. Now, Sir, Ï think w could not have a bettor lime than -the present for biitiging the question forward, as we are now on the eve of an election, as well as a fresh '. session. Should the present candidates i for this district condescend to visit their . constituencies, it would be well to qties- i tion them on that subject among the ' rest. There is one thiner 1 think worthy of remaik. Of some twenty respectable men in Rockhampton whom I asked ichut «re ihr qiuilifiaitimis tf an elector f twt "nc rnuld tell. Let those who read think. Now, Sir, front what I have learned of thc Electoral Act, there are two clauses which I think require par- ticularly to he altered :-1st. A clause to prevent persons removing from one district to another losing their right-to vote, wh...

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not the be resbonsible for the sentiments of Correspontents.] POISONED BAITS To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

Corif5poníifiicf. 11Tb* rUiínr «rill ont 1«. r~fH.n«¡l.>» br the Imlimmta «T .Jumaiiua'lcntii.j ruIMKKD BAITS. 7b Ck Editor of the JiulUtm. Sta,-Í beg through tb« medium of youi- valuable colnmns to cal! public at- tention to the dangerous and prevalent practice of distributing poisoned l<aitB aliout ibis township. Not only are the lives of those faith- ful canine guardians and defenders of our liomcstCii'is endangered, hut it is <juite within die iHMinds of possibility that the lives of children may also be imfierilied hy diis atrocious practice. We have this morning had a very valuable dog destroyed in this way-a tried, valued, and faithful attendant of matty j-eare; and it generally happens that the most useful and prized animals arc thc ones that fall victims. It makes one han? their head with shame t.» think that thpy even liear the similarity of 10/111 to those euîCralile nif lian?, who crawl among our society, and hide under the outward firm of humani...

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CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

CÜSTOMS. KSVEXDE COLltCTED »T TAB ClUrOHI B0Ü9E, DUBING SEPTEMBER, ISGI. Brandy . 6 7 Oin ". 87 7 O Whiskey . 19 14 ~¿ fioui ... 20 10 10 Porlunvd Spirits . 0 4 6 Wine ... 37 13 0 Ale, porter and beer {in woad). 1 O IO PiUo,diUo,<liUo (in bottle) « 1 0 Tobacco . 4« 4 0 Opium. . r, o Ö Te» . 3!» 7 3 Cotb-e aid Chicory . O 19 O Susçar, unrefined . SI i-2 O riiotage . r> fl 0 Kent . 7 18 lt ¿rn i» o CUSTOMS KEVF.NCE roe THE <¿I; ARTES Esn nraoily. Gin. Liqueurs, conlials, or Strong Waters. Whiskey . lium .... Perfumed Spirits. Wine _ . Ale, Potter, and CWT (in Wood). Ditto ditto (in bottle.-.} Tobacco... _. Cigars ... ... . Opium. Tea . ... ... Coffee and chicory Sugar-reliiKii . Su^ar-unrefined Molasses . Pilotage. lieut _. 31!» i> 2 ta» «» io 9 lß 2 4<> Vi 0 1Ô7 « 10 U 4 5 ÏUU IS s 3 2 G 7 15 tí a-vi « o i >. i o mou r« 7 9 9 0 4 5 ll 2 I'M IJ 8 <J 3 C '21 4 0 31 15 2 Total-....£ljti5 ii ll

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Wednesday, October 2nd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

SMALL DEBTS COL ET. Wednesday, Octolet 2nd, I SCI. Before J. Palmer, Esq, Mavor, ami W. ] J. Brown, Esq., tt'.l' M. E. S. Rutherford t>. J. 4. Muldoon. A. claim for goods sold amounting to ? SA ls. 6d. Verdict for plaintiff, and ! 5s. costs, to 1* paid within seven days, j E. S. Rutherford v. Sjiootier. A claim ' for goods sold to the value of 14s. tid. ; Verdict for plaiutifl" with ös. costs, to be j paid within seven days. j William Ward v. Edward Small. For labour done, '21. 18s. Verdict for! plaintiff willi 5a. costs, to he j ai.) within ; seven days. j Mary Brown v. Maria Parker. A j claim for 2Z. fur atteu-laure on child. ! Mr. Bellas for defendant. Verdict for ! tduiutifi. No costs. Mrs. Spooner v. Emily Wakefield. ' For washing done, 12s. Case ôismi-sed. Edward Latinegan i" Alcvauder M'Kaskel. A claim of <".'. 'M. foi milk sold. Settled out nf omit. Frederick Danker r. J. A. Watt. For work done, 97. 'in. 6d. Verdict tor plain- ¡ tiff, with 5s. costs. Louis Sand...

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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

mim AX h wonmAt, ir» uKroitr. Tn« Horne market during tim week lia* been (airly supplied, awl atock in any- thing like condition lias m<H willi ready Hale, evciy lot brought forward having bom readily disposed of privately at re iiiime'ative fignrej. The demand fur goo«! roadsters still continues in excess of the supply, thc mark«* I »eilig quit« bare, with the exception of 20 head, justt ar rived, which will he offered tin» day by public auction, for which we expect a good attendance of purchasers and brisk competition, thc whole haring to l>e sold to die highest bidder, without the slight- est reserve. Store flattie.-We have no nales to re- port ; the enquiry for thia class of stock is very brisk, and we could plane a few mobs at once, having orders on our books. Laud.-We h ive no eales to report.

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