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

iKPOEtí. Declared value for t!ie month of ' September.J&Wb 0 0 Do. for the quarter ending 30lh September." ._ 2M.020 0 0 ExroETs. j For quarter ending 30th Ser*. Xfioas o o

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

The Boomerang left Sydney on Thursday   evening, the 26th ult. She passed the Eagle     (s) off Wide Bay, and a schooner off Point   Danger. Light northerly winds with fine weather throughout the passage. The Boomerang on her downward trip had to put   into Port Stephens for wood, having run out of coal. lt was also found necessary to put her on the slip in Sydney, which prevented   her from sailing on the day advertised.    

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. Oct 2 — Pearl, schooner, 146 tons, W'llie, from Geelong. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs Hararti and six children ; Mssers O. M'cKensie, P. Lowe, K. Lowe, C. Power, and Mr Forrest. 6 —Boomerang (c. J. Chetfield, from Sydney. Pas- engers—Mr. R R Robinson, Mr. John Hutchinson,   Mr. James Noble, Mr Joseph Adams, Mr Henry Steel, Mr Edward Mayne, Mr. Henry Watlter, Mr. G. Long, Mr and Mrs Shaw, 2 children and servant, and 27 in the steerage.  

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

£20 REWARD. STOLEN or strayed from Rockhampton     THREE BAY HORSES, branded       J.G.M on the shoulder of each horse.     If stolen, theabove reward will be given on   conviction of the offender. If strayed, a re- ward of £2 for horse will be given on   returning them to JAMES LEITH HAY. Denham-street. £10 REWARD. LOST, from Riverston, Port Cnrtis, a Light Chestnut HORSE, silver mane and tail, all four feet white, branded GL on near shoulder. The above reward will be given on con-   viction of thief, if stolen, or two pounds   on delivery to E. C. RAGGATT, Gin Gin, Wide Bay. NOTICE. ALL STRAY CATTLE, whose owner are not known, will be im pound off the Gracemere run. Gracemere, 4th October, 1861.   STANDING this season at PLANET DOWNS, the thorough bred ENTIRE   HORSE. "FIREFLY," Thoroughly quiet, with perfect symme...

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

vranctFAurns. There arc but few localities tu which the population is yet sufficiently concent tat c<l to enable the inhabitant* to form them- selves into Corporations ; « beginning KU, however, made, anil an example «et by the two principal towns-Brisbane «tad Ipswich-«ehielt several others have «¡noe expressed a desire to follow, lt is to be hoped that the extensive and judi- cious improvements now eommeueiug in ! the t»o above-named towna, under thc direction af their Municipal Couucils, , «ill show the colonists generally thc great advantages that may be derived from their adoption, ami that at no distant r"od «very district of the colony will in a ) s »tili on to take into its omi hands the entire control anil management of its local affairs, roads, bridges, build- ings, streets, Ac, Àc-, to the manifest relief »if the Central Government, and to its own great profit and improvement. ! The Municipality of Urislianc consists of a Mayor and eight Aldermen. Thc estimated...

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

WANTED, CARRIERS.-Highest rat m paid i »jr M.RRECIIT FKF.Z. WANTF» Tí» IÎUV, two Teams of Working I'tillockF. ApjJy to AM.nEOitr FEEZ. WA NT RH, .tn Allotment of Ground on h-aee for building «in. A fail rcrit will U- K¡V< » mi a I;IM»IJ business sit«. Ad «li.*-.l.<- A, Rullctiii <»n¡<*». Ur ANTEO, n Female Genera. .Scr vaat. A|.ji1y at once to Mrs. i-ovu:. CLERK or STOREKEEPER, on a station, or otherwise.-WANTED a situation a*, aliare, by b com|«-ter!t, steady man. <Jix»l refer-necs. To .1. T. Il, üi ixeriK Office. TENDERS are invited f<ir FENCING abaU-ar»'- AMotuient willi »two railen Fence, ami cnn-tini; a small llailJing there- on. For particulars apply to J. A. I, ARV Adi. Rockhampton. Oct. 4, 11SCI. 'IHIE I'lidersigned, Owners of tlic boat 1 ««OVERSOII BOWEN .'. hereby pivc notice, tli»ton ami after this 1st day of Oc- tober. IHîl.tlic fr.-i-ht on ^<yo>U will have to lie («lid to Mr. It. M ct el I i...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, AT SYDNEY. News to 3rd August. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

ARRIVAL or THE ENGLISH MAIL, AT SYDNEY. Actes io 3r<¡ Augvst. THE Northam, with the July mail, ar- rive! in Port Jackson at 1 a.m. ou thc 21st ult. In c-mseqnence of a break- down in the Mediterranean, she also brins? a supplementary mail to the 3rd August. Lord John Russell is. created Earl Russell. Lord Herliert, of Lea (late Mr. Sydney ITerltert). has resigned his office as Secre- tary of War. Sir George Cornewal Lewis lins suc- ceeded Lord Heilicrt. Sir George Grey is Secretary of State for the Home Department, in the place of Mr. Lewis. Cardwell has l>ecome Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Fortescue is the new Secretary for Lan.ls in Ireland, in place of Cardwell. Lori Woodhouse has resigned hi?, office as I'mler-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, j Earl de Grey is appoint ed linder- j Secretary for War, and Mr. Layard Un der-Secietary for Foreign Affairs. Mr. M'Farlane, of the South Austra- lian Rifles, won aprime at the Wimble- don Rifle Match, and was complime...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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PREPARATION'S FOR COTTON EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

PREPARATION'S FOR COTTON EXPORT.- J Messrs. G. Raff and Co. Lave enlarged and fitted up a portion of their premises as a cotton-ginning establishment. When completed, the arrangements will be compact and will afford a great boon to the infant enterprise. The lower story j of the building contains a very fine oscillating high-pressure engine, capable of lieing worked up to 12-horse |K>wer, with a boiler and tank placed in lalraur- ; saving proximity. On this lloor there j arc also two jiowcrful presses for dump-1 ing wool or baling cotton, and there arc sheds attached to both sides of the main building where wool or cotton can be stored. On the upper floor there will Ito, as soon as the whole of thc arrangements are |>erf«-ctcd, four of Dunlops cotton gins, worked by hands attached to the engine; and the other necessary ap- paratus for preparing thc cr.tton for the jiin. It ts estimated that these facilities will prepare for market over a bale of cotton per day. We believe that...

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

LOCAL. T«» AYITCÏIS"! f Tf *CTPlfT - \ noir district descrilied as above, «vas opened on the let instant. This district is situ ated to the westward of the Leichhardt and Kennedy Districts, taking in the heads of the Victoria River, discovered by Sir Thomas Mitchell. By the several parties who have visited ti ie country it is described as being of thc very finest description for pastoral purposes. We understand that Mr. Leith Hay's (who is appointed as l'olice Magistrate and ! Acting Commissioner Crown Lauds at Port Denison), deiiarturc for Port Deui ' son has bo n deferred in order that appli- cations may be received for the Mitchell District. THE WnaRvfs.-We have much plea- sure in stating that the late accident to the wharves will only canse a delay of about six weeks, and this inconvenience will be more than counterbalanced by the advantage of additional wharfage accom i modatton. Instead of one wharf, as pre-1 viously intended, at which only one vessel, could discharge at one t...

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

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer "CLARENCE " Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone. Maryborough, and Brisbane, on MONDAY   the 7th, and Monday the 21 st October. A. S. N. Co.'s Steamers. NOTICE.-All cargo landed from the Australasian Steam Navigation Com- pany's steamers, uart he taken charge ol by the consignees immediately on being landed, otherwise it will be carted off and stored at their risk and expense. THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to make liberal cash advances on Wool   consigned to their correspondents in Sydney or London. SHAW. CAPPER, & CO, Rockhampton. August, 1861. THE UNDERSIGNED will execute INDENTS for all descriptions of goods, either from Sydney or London on advantageous terms. SHAW, CAPPER. & CO., Rockhampton. August, 1861. Messrs. HUTCHINSON. HUNTER, AND CO., ROCKHAMPTON, AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, and General Commission Agents. To Squatters. THE UNDERSIGNED have always on hand a good supply of general...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

MANíPU.íT oí» m JiOOM E RANiï. From Sydney : 1 rs confectionery, 2 os sun- dries, 1 box glass, 2 Ml« bedrtrad», 1 piece iron bedstead. Ashbury ; 3 c*i, Ihuacutt ; 1 bale, Sandel ; 1 {iel, 1 br] herring*, 1 ck salmon, 1 keg butter, 1 bag catt, 1 cs sardines, 5 bsgs maize, l*ii\m safe, 1 drum, 4 ess, 2 cols, Shaw, Capper, and Co.; 2 os drugs, I}. Paynter; 1 pkg saddler, \V. Lo.ir, careor Fess; 1 ce .aurea, t c* jams, I box soap, 1 cs sundries, C. Cox ; 1 cdt bi* uiU, 1 flit tea, Kirkbvk ; 30 bdls iron, I anvil, 1 pr bdlow«, 50 bar« iron, 3 csa mindrie*, 8 cart he itt«, 4 axle block?. 1 esk sundries, 1 keg spirits uf wine, 10 es whiskey, 1 J tiask wine, 1 Mid ruin, ÍW cs gin, 1 J -esk sherry, 4 bore» soap, 3 cks, 4 cs, 2 trunks 1 ca boots, 1 tiu biscuits, 1 es zinc water, 1 cs saddlery, !S>-u»ett ; 11 bag» «alt, Ô bags flour, 1 pkg tobaren, 1 j-esk brandy, 1 cs cigars, 1 cs sperms, 2 cs SS bago 1 mat rugar, 2 chis tea, 1 cs conee, S os 2 bxi soap, j 1 keg apples, 1 j-esk wine, 1 J e...

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

To the Editor cf the Bulletin. DEI« S»a,-As an infrequent visitor to your township, I consider myself a fair ol/server of your social and commercial progress, and note die same for your edi- fication. Approaching the township hy that *' slough of despond," Wiseman's Swamp, we were pleased to sec thc master mind of Mr. Surveyor Yates at work forming a substantial causeway across that mass of " aqueous-mud tracking our way in the gloaming through the suburbs, by frog-pans and melon-boles, we were dazeled by the many lights of die pioneer townsliip, and wc regret, to say the effluvium arising from dead 'logs, and odier carriou, was not redolent of civet. Ouwaolthrougbl'ittlcQua? -street, expecting to prick our wearied nag through a bog, we came upon a luountatu of upheaved rock. Shade of McAdam, visit die inmost reoesse-i of the alderma niac mind ! This attempt, at ruad uiakiug is a waste of first-rate material. Now to our hostelry. Kiri og refreshed in the morning, wc again walli»! ou...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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PILOTAGE OF THE FITZROY. To the Editor of the Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 5 October 1861

1'II.OTAiiE OF THE KlTZtWV. Tu th( i:.l,t.T ihr ßulUün. Sn:,-Allow ni«' to illicit in vniir lisper a leif lim-* relative to lite |i¡lol.-i¿-;e ««f the fivff Fitzroy, of wliiih I Kai swine <.«'iy di-Agiec-it-le «.'KJX-IÛMIW, IIUVIIIL; tak*»ii four <Uys to nmw lr>>tn the mouth of tl» river t*> this tow», llttiscc-iisuiiiiii:; a thirl of the time required for the whole passap? from ticeloitg. ticing a stranger iii Queensland 1 do not kaniva whcther the mhjivt lian invii broached in y«»ur j«aj»f-r <«r ti"t ; if it has not boca, it is time tliat it was, and it" it has Ixvu, such a giv.it injustice to the inhabitants of Qinvi.slaud can »ell liar lejiitilion ; as, indccii, to ? lunch catiliol i»«î said lo liritiif thc mattel' U'lote thc public, and KI maLc I hem in !i_-u.ii>t .will thc injustice which llicv arc now no patiently enduring -hf «hi.li means they may he uti: ¡cd uii in hviialt of their prosperity tillich would lie (mich increased if ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

7b the Editor tf the Bulletin. Mr Daua Ma. Euro«,-I do not know «rhetber you an» aware that const derable enspiciou has arisen in the Olinda of many of the ejector», in consequence of a report being carrent ibat the address purporting t« be addiessvd to F. R. IItt~ cAsnsor., lia ,J.P.,éc ,*te, and or lier», w genuine, ft certainly has no date to it, and if you take the troubl» to read it carefully I think yon will be of my ' opinion and tey it Is a st i ange effosioii. j However, touching the genuineness 'if the said address. There is no ooubt, if > the reports be true, Mr. 8andeman will never have the face, oheck, or anything of the kind that some ed" hi« tarni.t.it'e« bad, to ever take bia seat. There «ras a,* much subterfuge used darin; the election, not only by those wortbiee, the com- mittee, but by other voorthit» alan, that one is inclined to believe Che report. It should be denied. ORKK&VER. Bockbampton, Oct. 25,1861.

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

Tb tV editor of tkt Butletm. Sr*,-If through your valuable jour nal the following grievance might come under the notice of the FosiuiaMer Geueial and by that means be put a stop to. Having expected letters, I »mt a messenger to inquire if there were any letters for me ; bo wa» at fin»t told there waa nette by Mr. K., and haning again inquired of hu mia was handed a letter which bad bean opened. Ou being naked he<w my letter came to be opened, was told it was a mistake, tome person of my natue had got it ; but be neither i knew tua address or anything of the person. I am, Sir, j JUSTICE. Rockhampton, Oct. 23, 1861.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

The Boomerang bas bad Sas «renner with j light easterly winds throughout the passage, j Th* Jenny Lud was a* gladstone lb« Boontsrang passed the Clanaes «F dp» Capricorn

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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PORT DENISON LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

POET DENISON LAND SALE. TUR first sale of allotments in the new i township of lion en, Port D nison, was' held on M«mdi\, at the Police office, Brisbane, when fc9 lots were offered, of' which b3 «ere sold, «is particularised be ¡ low The upset pit ?« »as £20 |>er acre, j and as th" quantity sold was about 47 , acres, and the proceed» of the sale £2090, I th<> average | nee paid per act« will have been about £44. Upset price, £20 per acre. vat ABE*. rcaeuasEB avocar a r p t s. d 1 0 2 0 J Douglas {Bock hampton 30 0 0 2 0 2 0 'i J Griffin (Bris- bane) 19 0 0 3 0 2 0 "-ame 20 0 0 4 0 1 19 B Cribb Tpsnich 33 0 0 5 0 I 22 1 J Gnfiin (Bus lan») _ 3) 0 0 6 0 1 25 P Halliman (Dalby 31 0 0 7 O 1 'A JKt>app(I'tislHtne) ¿7 0 0 8 0 1 26 H Fiueh (Matt land N S ft ) 68 0 0 9 0 2 0 E U Drury (Brui bane 23 0 0 10 0 2 0 F Walker (do) 13 0 0 12 0 2 0 J Ka*pp(i3) li 0 0 13 0 2 0 L Cribb (lo) 10 0 0 14 0 2 0 B Fnn^(lo) . IG 0 0 15 0 2 a Ii Li»!.-(.lo) ". 16 10 0 16 O 2 9 F J ^mjthe(...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

The müde left Port Desasea on Saturday. the 18th tout. She hssexpuiienosd sar/ lue wea'lier, wrth Kght variable winds throughout the paassfs. w Baoaapsrte ssas swAsring Port Denison Isden with jfrakwrjhssn 'trait «Ubi»yl«Wl,wb«nlW.t«N*la«. -*_ _

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

lo»Tagia,fttaaSydney, is Msaafliwawk« 4 >wn th» river, ma wiD pobahty **m*j»1i* »saw» st* to-day. Sha sasil «aase «ndsyabs binda, and was dsbniiil yesterday siwuss,

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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S[?] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

(renfeavg «wa coaassroimtjrr.) Tat* fleswTewaT aad eoite, and the Hon. E. B. Mtfiriiiitia, arrived at this town on Tboradaj; the loth, tinee which time botine« hat been eatireij anspended, and dinnera, «Mlle, and rnectinga have occu pied the^tteatinc of the people. The «wtfb«-!«»«* with which the Governor «rea twtoived li day»* tnendibk). He ac fatofrledged that be liked Gayndah bet tor the* «ty other toara ia the colony, Of. affamAtf tbe loytdiyoftherotidanU Mi&tmtr ***** »hey bad giren feiei. fha jQnaJriQU party gUyed here Jb£r'«Uj*V»Uldk& for Dalby o* Monday, f 4th iaatoat. J&r9£i!m& &-§ kU «*?* «.pt. éûikm JW« w*»1» ??(.«.»* » ?**» Mary toeanat «f tumut . He says, a^srjthrt ending the Visit«. «T Baa Ml*)," and the Barnett Argus, his raeep tiajIwjaaaU ha «ooU desire, ft was fM| fmm «t the Hon. Robert to visit «t||h* company of the Governor; had i iip|js»t Idontihjak hisjacep Wflpall ha»e bees quite so gratily ing. ' Wlll^CwwWt^rW^amlU gistr...

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