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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT.       In consequence of the heavy rains which have fallen since your last issue, (and   which has caused Stock business to be at     a standstill), we have no alteration to   make in our quotations. The only sta-     tion which we have to report is four blocks on Conne'r Creek, Broad Sound, for which £500 has been paid.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Northern Queensland Advertiser CASE TERMS MONTHLY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Northern Queensland Advertiser.   CASH TERMS MONTHLY [?] for Advertising -- Two lines and under, 1s : four lines, 2s : six lines, 3s : over six lines, 3s. per inch. Discount on thirteen insertions, 25 per cent ; twenty-six insertions, 50 per cent. Advertisements sent in without written instructions as to the number of insertions, will be continued until countermanded and charged for accordingly. Subscription.           Two Shilling monthly. If posted, Two Shillings and six pence.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. [?] for the columns of the BULLETIN [?] names and address of the writer at - [?] [?] for publication, but as a [?] [?] good faith. [?] order to gain insertion, should be [?] matters of public utility. They [?] is a legible head, and on [?] only. [?] be distinctly understood, that [?] [?] himself with the sentiments [?] [?]

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NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

NEW SOUTH WALES Our files of papers from Sydney [?] Boomerang are to the 4th July.  

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[?] OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG 1 case, Bank of New south Wales; 2 casks, 1 coil rope, 2 drums tar, 1 grindstone, 1 bundle ????, 1 ditto spades, T. N. Burne, SOMk«, .ak boola, F. " *. ._ .JOa«^ 'a^/ »^"k boot*. iBbla«».?»*^. *. F«a; 10 bag, ^**;-xl Co ; s r* 6 boira caadla, 1 ¿oí ttebsad, 1 drum oil. 1 h-. I kaw, 1 mk pr**, 1 ease cotes, .\ c**e'sarsaparilla, 2 case* J. E. Rutherford; S nutt , 1 keg apple», 1 pocket hops, bag rase, S cue* dil store*, »'af 3. Palmer : 2 bag» salt, care [miter, and Co. ; 8 cane*, 1 bundle tub«, R. M'Lcnnou ; E. Palmer ; 11 bag* «alt, care ! ease candles, 2 case* sago, A. J. Ward ; 1 euee, I , C. Pybus ; 3 bag» potatoes. Corcoran ; 1 caw, T. W. J. Atting ; 1 trunk, 1 box, . cf Piton ¡ 1 case saddler v, Hanter, and Co. ; *l e, 6 cam whiskey, 2 ferait, 3. W. Thozet ( 1 parcel seale*, 11 kW. .tar, I ease arsines, I can j 1 hale burr, 3. Palmer ; 1 case I'dram «st, t dram» tar, I bale, 1 case , 1 "trank boot*. Borton and Cox ; j BuntT, and Go. ; SO bag* Sautb : ...

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[?] Rockhampton Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

expressed himself in the following terms :— He took it our beloved Sovereign had be- queathed Queensland to the Government and Assembly, with instructions that the revenue   thereof be fairly and equitably apportioned, with a view to the general prosperity of the colony — just as a father would bequeath an estate to his eldest son with instructions that   the annual rental should be fairly and equitably divided amongst his junior brethren. Brisbane, however, backed by the Government,   standing in the same relation to these com- munities as an elder brother to his juniors,     greedily, cowardly, and selfishly kept the   whole kernel, or nearly so, and threw the shell   to them, saying—Take that and be thankful.   Of the £115,000 loan, £49,000 was proposed   to be spent in and about the town of Brisbane, £50,000 for immigration and telegraphic com- munication, £9000 f...

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LAMBING FLAT. (from the Sydney Morning Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

LAMMING FLAT.     (From the Sydney Morning Herald.)   We presume none of our readers will be at all astonished at the telegram from Lambing Flat. It is precicely the ter - mination we might expect to the course     proposed by the Legislature and the Go - vernment. It is right to look back on the policy which has been persued. A   British Colony, subject to British law and [?] which forms part of that law, we   have [?] the opinion that we have a right to [?] the immigration of foreigners ---that every little knot of peo - ple may [?] a ban and render a whole continent inaccessible to foreign nations. England has maintained the right of entrance into the Chinese empire, and that right has been enforced by the sword. We have compelled the Government of   that country to submit to humilitation conditions ; and we have done so on the [?] principle that no nation can isolate Itself or refuse, with...

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QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR IMMIGRATON. (From the Sydney Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR IM - MIGRATION. (From the Sydney Empire.)   The inhabitants of Queensland are making good use of the experience which most of them have learned in the older Australian colonies. It is almost [?] ing to note how they are avoid - ing the political shoals upon which so many have obstinately foundered in New South Wales and in Victoria, and how complacently they are adopting a policy which here most of them would have been   the foremost to oppose, but which [?] there they can, without damage to their personal pride, adopt as the [?] [?] of gaining prosperity for the country.   The current of emigration from [?] Southern colonies has not consisted of a class of stump orators, demagegeen, or political agitators ; but, on the contrary,       the men who hold political power in Queensland, and who retain the confi - dence of a large proportion of the popu - latiou, are men whose pursuits...

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EGYPT. Alexandria, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

EGYPT. Alexandria, April 10. WE are again beginning to look forward with some degree of confidence to the prospect of being in telegraphic commu- nication with Malta before the end of this summer. Her Majesty's surveying-ships Medina and Firefly are actively engaged in taking the last soundings along the course of the line that has been chosen, and Mr. Forde, the superintending en- gineer, having completed his preliminary arrangements for this end of the line, re- turns by the present mail to Malta, and will there await the arrival next month   of thc Malacca, with the first portion of   the cable. The line is to be laid in three sections, the first from Malta to Tripoli, and thence along the coast to Bengazi. The second will be brought by a separate steamer to Alexandria, and will be paid out from this end, proceeding to the westward. The Malacca, meanwhile, is to return to England for the middle section of the cable, by means of which the entire line is e...

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SOUTH AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

SOUTH AMERICA.     The news from Chile is quite important   The country is peaceable and progressing   Our dates from Peru are to the 14th   March, but have nothing to offer in the way of news. CENTRAL AMERICA. We quote the Panama Star and Herald : From the Republic of Guatemala there is no news of importance. In Honduras, President Guardiola has   been named Captain-General of the Re - public, and had given him full powers to settle the question between the civil and ecclesiastical authorities. A rumour was current in Nicaragua that a party of 150 filibusters had arrived at the Rio Grande, from New Orleans. The report was not credited by the Government. Signor Don Julian Volio, Minister Plenipotentiary from Costa Rica, was in communication with the Governor of Nicaragua ; his mission being to effect a Union of the Central American States. In Costa Rica everything was quiet. Three vessels laden with coffee...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXECUTION OF FOUR ABORIGINES FOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXECUTION OF FOUR ABORIGINES FOR MURDER.   THE four natives, Werreyta alias Ka-   punda Robert, Werreyta alias Goggle- eyed Jemmy, Tankawortya alias Jemmy Alick, and Pilta Miltinda alias Bobby, condemned for the murder of Mrs. Rain-     bird and her two children, at Hamilton, in March last, suffered the extreme   penalty of the law within the walls of her Majesty's gaol, on Friday morning   at eight o'clock. An attempt had, we   understand, been made by some of the   friends of the aborigines to obtain a     commutation of sentence as far as re-   garded Bobby, on the ground that the     evidence was not sufficiently conclusive     to implicate him in the commission of   the atrocious crime for which he was   condemned. The attempt failed, how- ever...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

Company Logo THIS AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S [?] "CLARENCE"         [?][?] Rockhampton for Gladstone   Maryborough and Brisbane on MONDAY [?] Monday the 29th July. [?] Contract for Cooreyance of Her Majesty's Mails. FOR POST DENISON DIRECT THE Fine, Fast sailing Ketch, "BEN BOLT" [?] leave Rockhampton fory-eight hours [?] for the arrival of the steamship, [?lar?] Was freight or passage, apply to HUTCHINSON BUNTER, & CO. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK TAKE Incorporated by Art of Council, 1861 Capital Paid-up, £375,000 ROCKHAMPTON BRANCH   DRAFTS issued on Sydney (N.S.W.), Brisbane (Queensland) and all the [?] [?] of New South Wales and Queensland, [?] as exchange of, ½ per cent, [?] Also, open the agents of the bank - [?] - The Bank of Victoria and its branches The colonial Bank of Australasia   and its branches. [?] AUSTRALIA - The South Australian   Banking Company. ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

VICTORIA. We have received the following per Sydney telegrams.   Wednesday, 3rd July.     AN animated debate took place last night   in the Assembly respecting the Governor's action on the Appropriation Bill.   Immediately on the third reading being carried in the Council the Governor sent a message to the Assembly to the follow- effect :—In pursuance of the provisions of the thirty-sixth section of the Consti- tution Act the Governor transmits the amendment which he desires to have made in the Appropriation Bill, that the third clause be omitted. Mr. Heales moved that the message be   considered, which was seconded by Mr. Grant. The Opposition strongly opposed the amendment, contending that it was out of order and unconstitutional, as the message had been sent while the bill was pending. Mr. Michie charged the Governor with indecent abuse of the Constitution Act. The Speaker announced that he had not rece...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

SYDNEY SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. June 27.-- -Morning Star, from Torbay; Nelly, from Manila ; Grafton, steamer, from Clarence River. 29.--- Mandarin, from Adelaide; Hanter, steamer, from Clyde River and Wollongong; Wonga Wonga, steamer, from Melbourne and Twofold Bay. 30.--- Lady Denison, from Launceston; Scotia, from Launceston ; Mariposa, from Launceston ; Vixen, from Moreton Bay, July 1.--- Josephine, from Melbourne : Cas - tilian. from Hokianga ; Telegraph, steamer, from Brisbane; Victoria, steamer, from Manning River.   2.--- Resolute, from the Downs; H.M.S.S. Fawn, from Manakua ; Melanie, from Mel - bourne; Boomerang, steamer, from Rock - hampton and Gladstone. 3.--- Kembla steamer, from Clyde River ; Cairngorm, Cairncross, from the Downs. DEPARTURES. June 27.--- Pride, for Melbourne ; Maria, for Wellington; Yarra Yarra, steamer, for Brisbane. 28.--- Hirondelle, for Auckland : Pilot, for Melbourne; Dart for Port Cooper: Brilliant, for Melbourne. ; Ellen, for...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, Wednesday, June 26. DR LANG'S IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,   Wednesday, June 26. DR LANG'S IMMIGRANTS. Mr. CRIBB presented a petition from   a number of immigrants who arrived here by the Fortitude and Cbaseley in 1849,   praying that the legislative would take   steps to satisfy Dr. Lang's land orders.   LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. A message was received from the Legis - lative Council enclosing a copy of the resolutions lately adopted by that body in reference to the re-construction of the Legislative Council, and requesting the concurrence of the Assembly. On the motion of Mr. MOFFATT, the consider - ation of the resolutions in Committee was made an order of the day for Wednesday next. PUBLIC EDUCATION. Mr. MOFFATT presented a petition from 750 members of the Church of England, praying for redress against the     Board of General Education, in the matter of non-vested schools. MUNICIPALITIES ACT.   In reply to a question from Mr. &am...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

COMMERCIAL. Mr. ELIAS MOSES, of Bridge-street, has   suspended payment. Liabilities £24,000     assets £15,000.     The Western, Southern, and Northern   escorts had arrived with 7250 ozs 17 dwts   3 grs. The amount of gold coin issued by the   Sydney branch of the Royal Mint during   the week ended June 28th, was 60,000   half-sovereigns.   The quantity of gold-dust imported into the same establishment during the week for the purpose of coinage was 7415 ounces. The following is abridged from the money article of the S. M. Herald of the 29th June:—A fair amount of business has been transacted in the share market   this week, and prices of our dividend pay-   ing securities have been well maintained.   The amount of capital offering for invest-   ment is rather larger than usual, and con- &am...

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Correspondence. [The Editoe will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondents.] THE ROCKHAMPTON VOLUNTEERS. To the Editor of the Rockhampton Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

Correspondence.   [The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondents.]   THE ROCKHAMPTON VOLUNTEERS. To the Editor of the Rockhampton Bulletin. SIR,—A short time ago, on a Saturday evening, there was to be seen drawn up within the police enclosure, a small, but promising body of men composing the Rockhampton Company of Rifle Volun- teers, but owing to some misunderstanding and not having a proper drill instructor, the noble undertaking lapsed, and up to   the present time they have not been re- organised, though duly sworn in.   My object in troubling you, is to ex-   press a hope that they may again be as- sembled, and that we may lie no longer under the stigma of having put our hands to the plough and then gone back ; or making our case analogous to the man that began to build but was not able to finish. Let us not be backward in answering the call of our Sovereign—a call that has been nobly res...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, June 21. CAPTAIN WICKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, June 21. CAPTAIN WICKHAM. Mr. R. CRIBB moved :--- "That this House will, on Tuesday next, resolve it - self into a Committee of the Whole, to consider of an address to the Governor, praying that his Excellency will be pleased to cause to be placed upon the Supplementary Estimates for 1861 a sum not exceeding £300, by way of   pension to Captain J. C. Wickham, R.N., in compensation for the loss of his office as Government Resident, con-   sequent upon the erection of Queensland into a separate colony." Mr. B. CRIBB seconded the motion.   The COLONIAL TREASURER   would not support the motion in detail ; still, approving of its spirit, and being of opinion that Captain Wickham deserved some recognition at their hands, would   move as an amendment that instead of a pension of £300 a year, the gross sum of £2000 be placed on the Estimates for 1862 for the purpose. After some discussion, Mr. CRI...

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Queensland Parliment. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 26, CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 26, CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL. The resolutions on this subject were forwarded to the Assembly for their con- currence. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS. Mr. YALDWYN presented a petition,   signed by the Bishop, numerous clergyf   and other members of the Church o[f]   England, for relief against the Board of   Education. COTTON CULTIVATION.   A message was received from the Le- gislative Assembly, with the resolutions on this subject amended. ALIENS BILL. Dr. HOBBS moved the second reading   of this bill—Agreed to.   ACCOUNTS WITH NEW SOUTH WALES. The House resolved itself into Com- mittee for the consideration of the resolu- tions of the Legislative Assembly on this matter. Dr. HOBBS moved that the resolu- tions be adopted.—Agreed to. LAW OF FALSE PRETENCES BILL. This bill was read a third time and passed. Thursday, June 27. Mr. O'HALLORA...

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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. ???? schooner, Chatsfield from Sydney ????? 11th inst. Passengers from *'«.?'*.. «a* lt ia IL.«-rw» . ?* amé Mla-Satu» aa* «ba

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