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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

JAB.C. BtiCEntTBKroportB the produce market AB having boen exceedingly quiet aince lost roport, owing principally to the stormy weather during the patt week. Importations have been I moderate with tho exception of onions of which the market is amply Buppliod. Primo maize has J been in short supply, but expocled heavy arrivals per sailing vessels from Sydney will prevent any material rise. No alteration in other respects to note, and prices remain at last quotations. Bendigo Produoe Stores, East and Derby streets, February 16,1872.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

WORHAXD AND CUBTIS report tb at tba im- provement of tbe precoding week in most matters of general business has boen seriously checked by the continuous unsettled weather rendering communication with the interior almost impossible. Thc late home telegrams are most encouraging, and satisfactory quotations of prices for most articles of colonial import continuo firm and buoyant. Beal Estate.-Wo have several town and suburban properties under submission, and we discern a marked improvement and desire to purchase. Stock Market.-Little doing at present, owing principally to tho difficulty in meeting the re- quirements of buyers. Wo could placo from 200 to 300 heifers, from tn-elro months up, and to-day we submit a lot with a prospect of closing a satisfactory salo. The rates for fut cattle have still au upward tendency, and we hare heard of eales to a limited extent, at £6, for primo hoary weights. Working Bullocks.-There is just now a good market for these, in teams fit forimmcdiate wor...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

PITASES OF CHUNG.-A French proverb soys, timi when a Frenchman loso bis wilo, it is at first a duty to cr; over his loss, and then it becomes a habit, and finally a pleasure. Fnost Fiji Gazótto, December 23:-"Tho return of the Q.F.M.. schooner Jeannie Duncan, from (ho Yassawas, having on board the rem- nant of tho Hcva murderers, complete so far tho first scone in the awful tragedy that liss brought sorrow to ao many hearts. On the 801 li rpoko thc schooner Peri, under Fiji colours, and found she had twenty-six of the Mera men on hoard."

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

Hie Queensland, e., left Brisbano on Tuesday last, and roached Maryborough at noon on Wednesday; left Maryborough at 1030 a.m. on Thursday, and roached Gladstone at an early hour yesterday; left Gladstone at C'SO am., and reached tho wharf, Rockhampton, at 4 p.m. Experienced moderato S.E. wind from Moreton Boy to Maryborough,and Tereatrong from the eume quarter from Woody leland to Keppel Boy. The local agent of the schooner Circe informs us thot this vessel Bailed from Sydney last Saturday, although no announcement to that effect has appeared on the Blips at the Telegraph Office. Last Tuesday's Courier contains thc clearance at Brisbane of the schooner Isabella, for Rock- hampton and Mackay, with a general cargo. The James Paterson and Blackbird, s.s., left Sydney for Rockhampton on Wednesday. The City of Brisbane also left the same port for Brisbane on Wednesday. Thc Sussex, ship, from thc Isle or Wight, roached Sydney on Wednesday. Tho P. and O. Oo.'e s. Baroda, from Gaile, reach...

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THE LATE TAMBO RACES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

THE LATE TAMBO BACES. To TUE EDITOE or TUE BULLETIN. Sir,-Tho Tombo correspondent of a Boek hampton journal being one of the beaten ones et the Tambo moos, has in the bitterness of dis appointment made a few statements not strictly in accordance with the truth. He soys that ano of the stewards who owned racehorses had too much to say ond over-ruled In's colleagues. Now sir, I was present at the meeting, which consisted of four stewards (three of whom were horse owners), and I Know that there «oro only two questions which caused any discussion, namely, the distance of the Consolation Stakes and tho distance of tho Forced Handicap. On ono of theBO occasions tho motion of the steward refcrrofl lo was carried, on tho other that of another steward was carried. You have only to look at the programme to seo that it was a fair ono, for besides a Maiden Flote, Consolation Stokes, and a Shearers' Purse, they were throo handicaps, leaving only two might for age races Open to all comers. Tile d...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE SPRINGSURE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

CORRESPONDENCE. TOB SPRINGSURE HOSPITAL. To THE JÍDITOH OF TUB BULLETIN. Sin,-Allow mo to contradict thut part of Mr. Dicken'» letter addressed bj him to thc Com- mittee of tho I'ort Curtis and Leichhardt Districts Hospital, and which refers to tho piticnt Brownp, transmitted for further treat- ment lo the Rockhampton Hospital, and which patient ho describes as being seriously ill. Brown, who was suffering from a rheumatic ailcctjon, wes convalescent, like the three other patients, tyhen I resigned office, and which was on thc lGlll ultimo. Since the 1st of January, when the tiros of my appointment had passed, I acted voluntarily as surgeon to the institution pending a new engagement. Tho ofTer made to mo by tho Cnmmittrc, to bo onpngrd hy the month, at tho rate of Ci) per month, and to be j paid by thc mmilh-and thal after having ¡ assisted in former yara thc Committee lo build np their fundf, appeared to mc so humbling and unreasonable, that I thought proper to resign. ] may as we...

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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

DISTRICT COURT. THE Criminal Sittings at Rockhampton of Hie Kori 1) ern District Court, com monee on Monday next at 10 a.m. ; and Civil Sittings on Wednes- day. Tile following is n list,of the Criminal and Civil Cases for trial :- ' Cm MIN AL. James McCall, cattlo-Blcaliiig, committed by tho Springsure Ucnch. Scott Smith, receiving stolen cattlo (on bail), also from Springsure. William Pearce, lurccny, Thomas Swcnsen, wounding. Thomas Juhnson, o&ttlc-stoaling. W. II. Rixon, larceny. Thomas Oreen, laroeny. John Nore, larceny. CIVIL CADS RB. Undefended. William Joger t. C, F. King, work and labour, £IS 8s. Gd. W. F. Wallon ti. John Fits, goods sold, £37 10s. 2d. Caporn and Rockeries c. Johu Ward, goods sold, £178 3s. lld. A. Q. lloni'iques ». Same, goods sold, £2(1 Hs. Wing Wah e. Ogilvie, conversion, £10, Jury Cause. 1 George Hallam e. C. H. Buzacott, defamation, £200. Defended Causes. W. A. Martin r. Cedric S. Will?, conversion, £30. William Searson and Wife ti. William Hig-...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TOE usual fortnightly mooting of tho Council ! was hold in tho Chambers, Bolsovcr-stroot, on Thursday afternoon. Present ! His Worship the Mayor, nnd Aldcrmon Sandel, Smith, Harden, Schmidt, Jackson, Caporn, and Nobbs. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read.-1. From Mr. Alfred Lloyd, builder, asking permission to erect a verandah in front of Mr. Macaree's new premises in William - street. 2. From Mr. Leonard Kraft, complaining of the imperfect drainage nt the junction of Fitzroy and Denison streets. 3. From Alderman Hcnriques, tendering his resignation of office. Mr. Lloyd's application was granted. Con- sideration of Mr, Kraft's letter was deferred lill a later stage of the prococdings. Alder- man NODUS proposed and Alderman CAPORN seconded that tho resignation of Alderman Hcnriques bo acccptod. Thc MAYOR, how- ever, stated that tho motion was unnecessary, and he instructed the Town Clerk to take tho steps nocessary...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

ROCEBAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 16. BEFORE Mettre. J. Macforlaue and C. IT. . Buzacott, J*aP. John Bore waa charged with stealing from thc dwelling of Alexander Fyfe, Lower Dawson Bead, a gold watch ind silver measuring tape. Detective Smyth deposed that he apprehended prisoner oil thc previous evening | found in his possession a gold watch (produced) ¡ brought him to tho watcbhousc ; on searching him there found upon him n silver measuring tape (produced) ; . then charged bim with stealing tho articles above mentioned from thc dwelling of Alcxandor Fyfe, on the Lower Dawson Road ; the watch has on tbe back oí it engraved on the inside " Alexander Fyfe, M.L.O., Geelong, 1854 ;" also numborrd 8970; this watch answers to thc description of ono reported to hnvo been stolen. Alexander Fy fr, M.L.A., stated that lie remembered the night of 18th February ¡ on (he following morning, about three o'clock, missed his watch, afeo a silver measuring tape and a needle case ; (lip wa...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

ÜENTltA,L (JüEErTStiAND Aî)VEETISEK. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AIJSTBALIAN ASSOCIATED PQEBB TEWQEAM8. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. GovEireon BEtMÖBE holila a farewell levee on Wednesday next. Ois Excellency embarka the eamo evening. At an auction cala to-day, China linc counter sugars realised £33 to £3B per ton. 'Xuo " lady Young," e., for Brisbane, awaits I tho arrival of tho " Baroda," e., with tho English mail. Tilt "Baroda" leaves again, with tho out- going mail, on Tuesday week, the 27th instaut.

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CALENDAR. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

CALENDAR. rEBBUAEY. UBUOIUKUA. MOON'S Aot 280 2-50 323 3-4H 413 439 7-23 7'15 . Tho ii*o or ttdo tn Keppel Bay irarlc* from flit, to 14ft., and at tho Upper Flats from 5ft. to 10ft. Depth of wntor at tho Upper Flat-iii tho old or natural channel, allowwatorsprings,lft.Oin; utsUcst tarings, lift. Gin. Kow cutting at low wator springs, 6ft.; In hlghost Springs, 16ft.-Tbc timo of high, valor ls slightly in fluouood by freshets and high winds. t Theîidos roach thoir full at tho rilotHlntion.Koppot Dny,2h. Wm. oarlicr, and at Bookliamptou 30m. lalor h»u thc hours namod In tho abovo table.

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MELBOURNE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

.MELBOURNE. Friday Evening. Tlie Press herc severely censures tho pro- ceedings of ll.M.S. " Rosario," in the South Seas. Tuesday next has been appointed a day of general thanksgiving for the Prince of Wales' recovery.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

IMPOUNDINQS. ROLLESTON,-From Albinia Downe, by T. F, Josephson, Esq., on thc 24til January, 1672 : Bay draught horse, branded BO near shoulder, M oft" rump, black point«, long tail. Bay horse, branded T oft" neel, O IC over like CK oil' shoulder, T off thigh, small stsr, near hind fetlock white, saddle-marked. Black mare, branded K near shoulder, blind near eye, two hind feet white, saddle-marked.-If not released will bo sold on the 25th February, 1872, to pay expenses.-J. FISHES, Foundkcoper. ROCKHAMPTON.-By Mr. B. Palmer, Port Curtis Fond, on 12lh February, 1872. Damages, 2s. Gd. ; driving, ii, per head :-Bed and while cow, slit off ear, EC off thigh, like ft orer fcjoff ribs, D near rump. White heifer, QE near rump. Strawberry cow, off hip down, D naur rump, like TR or FR off ribs. Red and white heifer, liko E off rump.-If not roleased will bo sold on 15th March, 1872.-GBO. BAHN ADD, Poundkeoper. ROLLESTON. - From Bauhinia Downs, by Mea«re. C. and F. Dutton, on tho 30th January, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

MICHAUD GIBSON & CO. (LATE Of DALMAUOÏ CAMPBELL & CO.), SHEEP Sc CATTLE SALESMAN, 72, QOEEN-BTBEET, MELBOUBNB. ACCOUNT SALES rendered and proceeds paid in Catii tho day aller sale. Commission SJ per cen!, on Fat Stock., Some rate for Store Stock, less Bank discount. ? C0PNTBY BEFBEBENTATtTES : James Mann .Deniliquin. Wilkinson, Mann,¿Co. Wogga Wogga. Chas. St. Baker ... Forbes. Tait and Murphy ... Dubbo. A. Boss and Co. ... Bourke. Jobn Cramsie and Co. Euston & Balranald. January 1,1872. HARRISON, JOKES, & gEVLIN, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, WOOL BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, ABD CATTLE SALESMEN. Wool 8torcB, Circular Qunyj 8alc Yards, Fullngers, Homebush, and Sydney |' Offices, Boll's Chambers, Pjtt-slrcct, Sydney. TO THEBTOOK-OWNERS OF NEW SOOTH "WALES." 'PHB Undersigned aro prepared lo A RECETTE CONSIGNMENTS of STORE and FAT STOCK, and having Establishments at Wagga Wagga, Deniliquin, Sandhurst, and Ballarat, they aro iu a position to ensure prompt and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

<fSÎ" For Shipping 'Advertisements, j XToticos of Moetings, Advertise- | merits for Situations, &c, please ¡ ece Front Page. ' rpO GltOCKRS.-SÜPULY of TIN ?l FOIL PAl'EK, just received ot JSutMia Ollice. rVO LET, Tlïîî IIKKM1TAQI3, at ?*- present occupied by Mr. Easton, formerly occupied by F. J. Byerley, Esq. Applv to WM. THOMSON. I Quay-Blrcet, February 17,1872. POU SALI?, a Team of EIGIÎT WORKING BOLLOCKS, with Dray uni Tackling. Apply ta GIÎOBGK WIL- LIAMSON, Ulbetor Fark, near Nine-mile Waterhole. FOR SALE.-Merino RAMS, Short horn end Hereford BULLS. AR.Cn ER A CO. Gracemere. HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS (UNBROKEN). FOTI S A LE.-SIXTEEN HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS, just orrirorl, in good condition, very quiet, and fit for immediate mp. Apply to Mr. WILKINSON, Rocklands, Croco- dile Rond, whero these very fine animals caa bo inspected. FOR SALE, THE well-known STATION of WILPEN!), situated on tho Mackenzie flivrr, about 140 miles from Rockhampton, and 00 miles from Clermont. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATH. Etrni.-At Tort Macquarie, an tim 20th January, or typhoid rorer, ArclilhKld Blair Evan,In thoSrihrwir or hl> «ne, moni «an of toe Ut« Jim« Emin, £>g., or Edinburgh. i ~KA. THE AUSTRALASIAN S*KÏ^ * STEAM NAVIGATION Jir^i i^flOMPA WT*8 STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Egmont," Tb« Morning at 9 o'clock. For BRISBANE, via GLADSTONE and MABYDOROUG1T.-" Queensland," Tuesday Afternoon at t o'clock. For CARDWELL, via INTERMEDIATE FORTS.-"Tinonee," on or about 23rd instant. F. L. BARKER, Agent. Rockhampton, February 17,1872. HARRIS* LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. 1HB undersigned have the pleasure 'o announce the establishment of lite «bore _ i Liuo of Clipper Packets to meet the increasing nocessity for a regular supply of first das« tonnage, auitable for tba London ond Xriebnno trade. The line includes the following splendid and powerful clipper ships, all of which lure been expressly ecleotod for their peculiar adapt...

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. GREAT NORTH-EAST CHANNEL, TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

NOTICE TO MARINERS. O UK AT NORTH-EAST CHANNEL, TORRES STRAITS. A D4N0KB00B eunkcn rock lying in tho fairway nf tho Great North-EaBt Channel, is reported by Mr. Jurdine, tho l'olice Magistrate at Somerset. Tlic rock is described as bring about 20 yards in diameter, with six feel of water over it at low «.»ter, and lying E. i S., U miles from Saddle Island. To avoid this danger, vessels after passing Bot Islet should haul well lo tho southward, giving Saddlo leland a wido berth, before steering to pass Ninepin Rock, which is sleep to and may bo left on either hand. G. P. mSATH, Commander E N. Port rainier. Department of Ports »nd Harbours, Urisuanc, February ÍHll, 1872.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

STATS of the Hospital, week ending ICtli February :-Admitted during the wcok, malea 3 j discharged, females 1 ; diod, males 1 : re- maining in hospital, males 26, females 2 ; total, 28. Tbrco pationtB in venereal ward. TrrE Colonist, a Brisbane journal, rebukes us-as Satan reproves sin-for complaining of tho false economy of the l'ai mer Government in thc matter of newspaper advertisements. Our contemporary ehuritably oBsumos that in this case thieves have fallen out, aud that thc usual happy consequences will follow. Tho Colonist, being bound over politically, morally, and financially lo the Lilley party, is quite incapable of appreciating the position of an independent journalist, aud therefore we correct him in pity rather than in anger. Wc praise tho Govern- ment when they do well, and condemn thom when they do ill. Towards both thc Ministry and thc Opposition we act the part of " faithful friends," and wo arc much gratiGed at receiving incontestable proof that our criticisms ha...

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INQUEST OF DEATH. WILLIAM ANDREWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

INQUEST OF DEATH. WILLIAM ANDREWS. A MAGISTERIAL inquiry into the cause of the death of William Andrews was held by Mr. William Townley, P.M., at Lake Learmonth and Yaamba, in the early part of this week. Horace Spencer Wills, grazier of Cullin-la ringo, being sworn, deposed that on Saturday morning last he was residing at Mr. Mylrea's, Lake Learmonth ; from information he received he went down to the Fitzroy Fiver, situated about three-quarters-of-a-mile from the head station ; saw the body of a man about 100 yards from the bank of the river, lying on its back ; recognised the body as of one whom he had known shortly before-did not then know his his name, but had since ascertained it was that of William Andrews ; recognised the body by the whiskers ; the head was much decomposed and the features unrecognisable when witness saw the body ¡ it appeared to him to have two spear wounds-one on the right side of the chest, and the other on the right thigh, just over the pocket of the trow...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 17 February 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. FEBRUARY 16.-Queensland, s., 286 tons, Captain Smith, from Brisbane, Maryborough, and Gladstone. Pas- sengers-Mrs. W. J. Connolly, children, and servant. Miss Mullins, Messrs. Williams, F. Harrison, Hislop, R. Pring, S. M. Franklin, C A. Foster, J. Yaldwyn, Arthur Bell, T. Castle, A. H. Richardson, His Honor   Judge Hirst, Mr. Baird, Crown Prosecutor, Sub Inspector Clohesy, and twenty-five in the steerage. DEPARTURE. February 14.- Mystery, schooner, 80 tons register Captain Irving, for Sydney direct. CLEARANCE.   Fobruary16.-Thomas Day, Mayer, Master, for     Bundaberg. Cargo: 30 bags lime, W. Black: 50 bags flour, R. M. Hunter and Co., 1 cask glassware, Row.

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