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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

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Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Central Queensland Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVENT SATURDAY. CASK TERMS MONTHLY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

THE IlOCKHAMPTOS 1WLLKTIS And Central QueemtanJ Advtrtiter. ruBUsHED arcar aarranar. OtlI Tltai MOKTBLT Caarga« for Sdmtl*ia( Tv« Uo«a ant ander, lu ; tear Ila«. 2« : «1« lina»,Sa.; »a»laen. Si.; tor «wy additional toch,U.«d. Obaooat oo Ulrtaea loaarUoo*, JS por «mt ; «a t«nty-«U ioiartlow. SO per «ni. aSiaiUwmiau ral to without written iortractlotu a» lo ti» »«abor of iBaanloam, «rUI M conUnaed nulli eonatarauaded, «ad «o»»vd Mr aecorr3n(lr AdrertMaawnu eaanat lia rrerir* I after j*»» fun. on ViMajr for team*» te ti» fnVnrtn«; Saturday V aspar. Order« «oaatetviAndlocar «Harms; a4r«ni**n»Bt* au*t IM ant aoi hn*r thoa loan, on mdsr.oiber- i «rta» tfc*r will «saaar la tba SoUawio« BaierdarV to- J .at asaoMa. Btrtoa, afanjaa»a,aad Oaala* ara «haig»* S». ed. .aca unarttoo. SsbaetipUao In SaSUaas awathly. If eookad. Two SbtUlofi «ad Sixpae««. Steoad Edition* witt aatba«>U>end,tn>t »tiefl»» can obcalo UMBI «rall« at ti>» pabnablas oBea

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

«SfcrjrjWtg íínttlltgtntí. ARSIVAU. rVioUc tt -Ctamt.-« {«'. Cnttlar. «na BiWtaa«. r»-«tOfr».J«w I'aMrao«. Esq., Ml-w* rVtcrsna t.*> Mr ana Mix ¿mm*. Maun, ttrrrtdn. TUB«. W.l'.-i. M .alf, lu*««, Maryar, Uitafram, Lev«, »|><1 JS ia 'fcr alamf«. Ort. £»-«oowaraaa, <. I Chatarie, ftflw ar*ncr. r»"«te«ia- M»wrt r T M»wU. a. O PM«f«oa. tv l>rm.H M«rr»a.C.8aa»«tt,B.O ratea, Boei «.". au i )} ia ia« ««na. *» -Hill«, t'tni, f#e«t rart Pasiega tk* Utk nut. fm«|i -Mr. Anio*.

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MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

MANIFE9T OF THE BOOMERANG From Sydney : 2 cs, 3 bxt, raisins, i i-csk vmejj»r, I kee applet, 1 bax qmnoes, I esk cur- rant«, 1 jar limejuice, 6 drums oil, 1 brri peas, 3 bigs nee, 1 keg sod», 1 bag hobbies, 1 cs, 10 big« potatoes, 3 keg» butter, 1 weighing mi rhine in 4 pkg» and 1 bag, 22 bags sugar, IS bxs 4 clists 6 J-ehsts tea, 4 cs, 1 esk, lu ess, 1 bale woolpacks, 1 ton rock salt, 1 i-tieroe tobáceo, S ehrt» 6 g-chsts 10 bxs tea, H. O. Paton ; 1 hhd S ken nail«, S grindstones, 1 weighing machine, I back for ditto, 1 tierce turthsnwsre, 81 tnsU sugar, 1 ck. 2 pels, 1 truss, 1 bale teats, 6 «a geneva, 1 pkg tobáceo, 1 brue atreb-bers, 2 bdls spade», 1 nest tubs, 1 bola broom bandies, 1 tnk boots, 11 bgs salt, 3 cs, 1 ina, 10 ox» «perms, 4ca, i balecanva», J. Palmer; 1} tieroe, lo tobacco, 2 es, 1 fax, 8 ot sirdmes, 4 bxs raisins,13 mats sugar, 4 bgi Salt, 2 t-cbta tea, 1 bdle wire, 2 tnk«, 1 c boots, 2 esk*, I kg apples, 14 cs, 2 bgs nee, 1 kg Bmejuiee, 26 baa caadles, 1 pole dra...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. From Brisbane : 1 es ou, W. James; 6 ess, Winter and Co. ; 1 cs M'Krown, care of Hutchinson, Hunter k Co. ; 1 ce, D. Bett, care of Haynes, Ses wine, 1 «s bams, 1 c» jams, JfarruouA Gentry; C es, 1 trass, J. A G. liants ; 2 es» candies, 1 es mustard, t t-chw tea, » begs sugar, Rotherford ¡ 1 os wine, 10 ess on. 7 eS» brandy, » bkta «bampagM, *î ess wine, I cut, * botes tes, 1 i-dk port, 1 »ck sherry, Harrison A Co. ; 1 keg «pinU-wine, 1 Sel, 1 boxaosp, E. S. Rutherford; 1 ¡-cask -andr, I hhdroo», M*Xeiligert; Se«drapery, A Fel*i Spots, A. F. Wood ; 10 sacks ¿our. J. Rod-, 1 bagoor*«, 1 ck. Martin-, g iron teaks, I pd, S ess, 1 Diane, J. Steven« : 1 es rar. Lynam i lort, sherry, 1 es port, A F. Wood t I can oil, 1 oral boiler, 10 cs wine, J. Ward, 1 r-ck wine, 1 es vinegar, J. B. Skar- don , 0 bdl» iron, 1 «a lead, 2 bdls spouting. Desnand Crosbr ; t truss, 1 cs, 1 pel, Brod mtt - 1 box, i pd, J. Jardine ; 1 cs glass, les, 6 bnchs bananas, Marshall ; 2 ess fr...

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THE KENNEDY. [FORM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Port Denison, Oct. 11. 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

THE KENNEDY. [raun oca owa coaacsrosoEST ] Port Denibon, Oct II. 1661. The arrival of the " Ellida " yesterday morning with the mails from yonr town, ' again pot our remote settlement in com mniñcation with the civilized world. The maintenance vf a decent! ? reliable means ot communication with Rock- hampton is to as a matter of great im- portance, aud we sincerely hope that «ame more efficient vessel than the '" Ben Bolt " has proved herself to be, will be engaged to regularly perform this doty. Our North' Australia is sluwly but steadily progressing-slowly iu coupari soii with our desires, but in realitv, when it is recollected that little more than six ffeA'teJarL^fR^intft^nífeuS^.^ progress is as rapid as reason could ex- pect. Stations mc being formed, and Btock are being introduced into various psitH of the out country, and extensive arrangements ore being made by nume- rous other parties lo increase the nmnber of both, and e^ery month will now tell rapidly in results. The bre...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. His Excellency Sir George Grey, K.C B-, the future Governor of New Zealand, arrived at Auckland early on the morning of Thursday, the 26th ult, and landed in the afternoon. He sailed from Cape Town on board H.M.S Cos- ] sack, on the 15th of \ugost, having in lierson prorogued the Cape Parliament the previous day.-S. M. H., Oct. 17.

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

Ntw ArPoiNTMEKT.-The Govern- ment Gazette anrounccs that Mr. Frederick Kilner has been appointed Shipping Master for the port of Rockhampton. A BAtDSoMit BELL, the gift of J. L Hay, Esq.. for the use of the Church of England in this town, arrived by tbe Boomerang. It ' . will be bung (it i« believed) for the present near the Court House, nutil the temporary ¡ church is erected. The bell will be rung ¡ every Snndav morning at 8 o'clock for five i minutes. For tht- »norning service it «ill be rung at IO 30. 1040. IO 55: for the evening I ' service 6 30. 6-40. ô 55-for five minutes each j time. It was cast by Messrs. Russell and I Co. of Sydney. It weighs 1 cwt. 13 lbs. Captain Hunter Mildly undertake» to fur-< nish the time by the ann by the chronometer. |

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WRECK OF THE "EMILY HORT" ON THE NORTH HEAD, PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

WRECK OF THE "EMILY HORT" ON THE NORTH HEAD, PORT JACKSON. Tills vessel, commanded by Captain j Castles, cleared uut for Rockhampton j with a fnll cargo and thirteen passvngers on Saturday, and in the evening t>he hauled from the Circular Wharf into the .stream, and got underway yesterday morning at six o'clock with » fine S.W. wind, and proceeded down the harbour. In passing through the Heads the wind suddenly carne in at S E., breaking her off and jamming her down on the North Shore. The schooner was hove in stay B, bnt missed twice, and an attempt was then made to veer, and in this act *he touched the rocks near a point known as the Ota Mo.io ti-*, not far from the spot where the Catherine A.do.t>«*.o. woo lost. She no sooner struck than ehe fe'l broadside to the cliff». Captain Castles immediately got the female passengers into his boat, and sent them ashore with four of the cietv, and the accident being communicated to the pilot station, the lifeboat was speedily manned, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

rO^OOBBESPOffVEXTa. Utter* iatended for ta* «ótanos of the BULLETIN au»!!»*«ta«nan»andado»«of inowritar at techad. Bat «mauri! y for publication, bal «a a (aaiaatea of bia good Califa. .oBUBOBlearJoBa, ia order to (alo Inawtion, ahould be abort, and on natta» of pablle utilU». They ahonld olsa ba writtaa lo a legible band, aod on ont sid» of tb» paper «aly. TbcZditerwUbaait lo ba distinct}? underatood. that he la so way Mantinea himself with, toa aenilmeuu atawwit by Copeapnaaaate.

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

We arc glad to notice, in i^erenoB to an advertisement in oar ouleunna, that the director« of the t^ueeusland Steam Navi- gation Company recognise the importaste* of this district, 4&dI»«* previded for the disposal of * iwmber «f »bares in the company, which may be had on applktv tion to Meaatra. Shaw, Capper, and Co., of this town.

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ARRIVAL or [?] ENGLISH MAIL. [THE following appeared in our second edition,on Monday last.—[?]] News to 26th August. IMPROVEMENT IN PRICE OF WOOL. [?]MIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND DEFEAT OF THE FEDERAL FORCES IN AMERICA. [?] OF [?] AMERICAN BATTLE IN LIVERPOOL CHOLERA IN ENGLAND. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF GARIBALDI. THE CRICKETERS FOR AUSTRALIA. DEATH OF CATHERINE HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

AKRIVAL. or ma ENGLISH MAIL. [THÄ following appeared in onr second edition,on Monday last.-En] «Vein to 26tA August. IMPBOVEUEKT IK PBICE OP WOOL. I amoaartoa to ovsassLaso. DEFEAT OP THE FEDERAL FORCES IN AMEBICA. ] ams.ru M amenai, two«. AtfEBlCAN BATTU: IK LITEBPOOL CUOLEBA DÎ ENGLAND. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF OAEIBALDI. THE CRICKETERS FOB AUSTRALIA. DEATH OF CATHERINE HATES. Tas Benares arrived at King George's Sound «n the 3rd, at Queenscliffe on the 8th, and at Sydner on the 11th, having lft Gatte September 19. List ef passengers from Galle : - For Melbonrne. - finsign Robinson, Mr Leeroyd, Mr. Mirey, Mr. Stiro, Mr. MaBBorel, Mr. CUpperton, Mr. Smith. For Sidney.- Commander Hatchin .00. R.N., Mr. Howard, R N., Miss Par chase, Mr. Hayman, Mr. Spicer. Dr. Lang has arrived in Sydney.

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

AT a public meeting held some time since in Rockhampton, the eulject of Immigration waa brought forward, and resolutions «ere passed affirming tiie necessity of providing accommodation for Immigrants shortly ex- pected to arrive in this port-the same to be embodied in a memorial to the Uovernment. We are no4 aware of any reply having been received by the gentlemen to whom the business of forwarding the memorial was entrusted ; but the matter appears to us to be one of pressing importance, and we con- sider the inhabitants of this district are en- titled to know as early as possible when the first batch of Immigrants will be sent here ; and they ought to see that proper arrange- ments are made for their reception and dis posai-otherwise future intending Emi- grants msy receive impressions prejudicial to this district. We hear of the -G. Kidd," for Port Curtis," and the ?? Persia," for Moreton Ray and Port Curtis,-the latter, accotdtng to the Eoglioh papera per "Benares," having left ...

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PERSIA, FOR PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

PERSIA, FOB POET CURTIS. List of exports per Persia, Smith, sailed from London July latta, and from Fiynioutb August 6th :-Agricultural implements. £20. ale and beer in glass, 168 barrels -, apparel ' and slops, £33 ; cottons, plain, £35 ; coals and coke. «60 tons ; corks, S lbs. ; earthen- , «rare, £42; hardware and ironmongery, £616, hats, straw. £40; feather, wrought, £615; galvanised iron, l8 tons; nails. 9 tons, oilmen's stores, £319 ; paints and var- nish. £80 : plated and papier macbe goods, £26; «aU,61 tons; brandy.69gallons-.rum. 08gallons; upholstery sod furniture, £375; wine, red, 67 gallons; wine, white, 146 gal- lons.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

AMERICA. The Federalista have been again de- feated. The news ii to 16th. August from America. A second-rate battle had been fought, and the result has been disastrous to the North. It is report from St. Louis that General Lyons' command at Springfield bad been totally routed by the Confede- rates, and General Lyons killed; the Federals, it is stated, were in full retreat. Mr. Fawkner, the late American Minister at Paris, has been arrested on a charge of treason, and lodged in Wash- ington Gaol. The Secretary of the Treasury has not yet obtained the loan for which he has proposed to the New York banks. Some tmcertainty prevails in commercial circles as to the remit. August 12th.-The news of a battle having beso fonght at Springfield, re enUing in tia defeat of the Federals, and she death of General Lyons, bas been «sBBraksd. The Federal loss is officially «aportad as 800 killed and wounded. The Federalists returned in good order to Bolla. 8000 Federals and 23,000 Confederates are sa...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. AUGUST 24,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

LONDOV VuOL KEPORT. AUOCST 24, 1861. The dulness which existed for the first. < four days of the sales gave way to a , rather better feeling in consequence of the satisfactory change iu the weather for harvest operations, and although there was little perceptible improvement in the north, it was evident that manu- facturers took a more hopeful view of things generally. Hence, alter the first ten days, a rather better attendance couki 1* noted, a very seasonable and welcome addition, for the dealers, who bought freely at the reduction established, had, become somewhat languid in their j biddings, in consequence chiefly of the ! very su:a!l attendance of the larger mauu- i facturers, hence for a few nights much discretion had to be exercised by the bro- kers in not selling too freely, the result, being that several large parcels were with- drawn or bought in, an evidence to ali that merchants however willing to sell, would not sacrifice ; this, coupled with ; the report in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

FOB PORT DENISON DIRECT. TTfr^T ""fgflft fflf IT IT aTatila. THB rTsIT** AST-SAILING. and oDpfKr-faatc-KK-d fcttcb, "BEN BOW Win leave Bockbampton on TL'EáDAT. the 29th inst. For freight or passage apply to HCICBISSO.S, UÜ5TEB, * 00. BATHS! BATHS!! rpHE SWIMMING BATHS ara sow ?a- open-near Blind Creek, Hot coffee every morning, OST, on TUESDAY LàST, between the Ferr)' and Kalka, THBEE 1UDINO WHIP8. Any one returning them to air. JAMES, Golden Fleece. Bockhampton. wat be liberally rewarded tor their troaUe. ÍOsT, on the 10th October, a BAIT J HOBSE. blind off eye, bran<ie>t GK on near shoulder; at Mr. CHAMBEES' camp, near Apis Creek. One Fonnd reward will be given at the Maryborough Post Office, or Two Puands at Mr. XHbZEI'S, Boekhampton, to any one who will deliver np she same. FOUND.-A BLACK HORSIw with saddle, bridle, and be¿ of provisions, near Mr. John Ward's Boiling; Lh>«w Estab. bahment. The horse can be had by applying to air. Ward and paring the expenses. FO...

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of correspondents.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

Corrcspnbcnce. {The Cditor «III cot be re*pon*Tit,W fer tha -Ümunt« of CorresjMB lent«.] To the Edttor of the BuXUthi. Sra,-It has, I can assure you, been a source of unfeigned regret to me, that I have been unable to accede to the re- peatedly expressed desire of the electors, that I should appear before them. Again, the mail from your town for this part, per last Clarence, is under-, going the -' Mackenzie process " of lying i a week in Maryborough. I have Kock- ' bampton friends' letters of the nomina- ! lion day. j Your lato member, for his indecent conduct at the nomination, is as much to I be pitied as condemned. Though he was silent about, during the past session (aud allowed to be ignored), the vital wants and deserts of the northern dis- tricts, you-I am 6peakiug of the electors generally-praised him-be- spattered him with praise, so that his vanity seems to have excluded all idea from bis breast, of what is plain, or no- i toriouE, or delicate, while bis Brisbane education...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

NEW SOUTH WALES. FATAL BOAT ACCIDENTin SYDNEY     HARBOUR.-On Sunday, the 13tb ima., a party consisting of Mrs. Anderson, John Anderson, her adopted son, Mary Ann Jess, aged about 19,-her adoptad daughter. Mary Donovan, about the esme age, John Ford. John Smith, James Copeman, and William Bees, embarked in a boat at die foot of King-street, for the purpose of proceeding to Taylors Bay, to have a picnic there. All went on well until they were within a quarter of a mile -of the shore, when they were caught in a squall, and owing to mis management the boat- overturned and sank   in a few minutes. Mr. William Rees, the only survivor, states that when the boat went down all were floating on the top of the water. Rees laid hold of one of the oars and gave it to the boy. and then at- tempted to make towards the females, but   could not reach them on arcoont of the others struggling around. After remain-   ing there for about ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Tuesday, October 15, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

BRISBANE. fraoa ona owa coBauposcairr ] Tuesday, October 15, 3 p.m. WELL, how has it ended ? In favour of | Walsh and vivacity, or Sandeman aud slowcoachism 7 Of course there was a dinner over the affair-yon Rockhamp- ton people are rare boys for a dinner , and a variety of " caw me. caw thee " speechifying, extensively embellished with an interchange of compliments passing between people who were, perhaps, ready , 1 to commit an " assault and battery " on each other while the polling was going on. Well, after all it is a capital way of doing things-a quarrel first aud a feast after ; it is a civilised (?) version of the Indian custom of burying the war hatchet. Well, we all hope down here or at least mott of us-that Walsh will go in, and general regret is expressed that he should have been unable to go up f-A él»A «ACUSA «f mm*l~mL, m^A «bo* tko should, np to the time of our last infor- mation, have neglected to publish an address. Not that Mr. Sandeman's is very enlightening as V*...

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