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MARYBOROUGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

MARYBOROÜOn. [.mo* toa owx wiaaxsroxorjrr.] lit my tatt t told yon that * Chinaman I had been proposed for the Aldermanic office, little thinking that there was any possibility of his being elected. His election, however, is now an incontro- vertible tact, there having been a ma- jority of seventeen votes in bis favour. Tea, Maryborough has again made herself notorious, bat the advertisement thus epiced witt scarcely become more attrac- tive to British farmers, by the addition of a Celestial Alderman to the list of her wonderful productions Oar townsman, Mr. Aldridge, is sending arrowroot, and I don't know what dee, to the Interna- tional Sxhibition, and f would recom- mend"» foi wai d also his civic China- man. ' ' So onmistakeable «liking for the ' Tartar frooJd probably lead to the for- j mariam of a Manchester and Wide Bay ' CottoriVîonipany, who would cultivate the Btàpîwbv means of Chiuese labour, a thing tn^Phnow would not be allowed in many parts of Queensland. Mr. Aldridge....

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

GLADSTOSB. (roon ora own conaasrojrprnrr.¿ ! WELL,, tbe excitement of the wa«c»»wf ) such as it was, is now over, and nor lit ' tie town bas again returned to ita wonted j calm. Of coarse we are all very anxious j tu know what was the result of tbe puB ! with you ; no tidings having as yet i reached us, and probably will not be¿ire to morrow (Saturday). It is pretty gen- erally supposed, however, that San dem an j has beaten his opponent, for abhocgh Walsh, secured a Urge majority of votes in this district-twenty-six to Jbwr~~yet the real number of electors poQest wa» a» small, it is believed that the eapponed majority in favour of Sendemast a* Rock- hampton will more than coB^aterhalanc* this deficiency. I cannot say that then; is so much anxiety felt besa for tb* rs tnrn of Walsh as there waa some tin** since, for it is thought thal he fas« scarcely treated the «lectoan aw tbey ought to be treated. His apathy and apparent inconsistency are wmr^atnahlt) . and if he has been utisuec...

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

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer "CLARENCE" Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone. Maryborough, and Brisbane. on MONDAY the 4th November, and Monday the 18th. A. S. M. Co.'s Steamers. NOTICE — All cargo landed from the destination Steam Navigation Com—   pany's steamers, 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. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. In pursuance of a resolution passed at a meeting of shareholders in the above company, applications will be received for the additional shares to be allotted by Messrs. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO., Rock- hampton JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. RERRERRING to the above advertise- ment the public is informed that   copies of the original prospectus and forms of application for shares can be had at our office SHAW, CAPPER. & CO. THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to make liberal cash advances on Wool con...

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

SMITH, PEATE, and CO.. Wholesale I SHIPPISti and FAMILY OKOC£tk.. : WINE and SPIBIT MERCHANTS, Leg to call the attention of gentlemen and families to the superior assortment of goods always on SALE at their estaMishment, which com- prises every article in the trade, either im ttOtted direct from the first houses io Eng- land and the Continent, or most carefully selected in this market. Teas and coffees of the finest qualities. Bogara, raw and refined Crusse and Blackwells oilmen's stores Prest-rved provisions of all kinds, from Moir and Son, and HuRsrth Huntley and Palmer's Beading biscuits Wines, of finret quality, imported direct trom Messrs. Cbillingworth and Sobs, her Majesty's wine merchants, and Messrs. Violett, of Bordeaux Bass* ale. Guiness' «tout, bottled ex ptessly for S. P. and Co. by their Loudon agents Sobwfjrpe'a soda water and lemonade. Gentlemen and families In the Interior supplied with every artic!« requisite on a station, or for private «se, carefully packed, and ...

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

WBECE or THE EMILY HOBT.-In conse .qaenee of the »reckof the schooner, Effi.ly llort. in this harbour, on yesterday morning hixteen in iividuata, who had paid for tbtir passages in th.it v.-t*.l. hate Io>t everything tiny poMi'-ssed. and aie left totally destitute Mr. North, Water 1'olice Magistrate, iiaspro vjdi-d to em with temporary lodgings, at a lKiaidin¿ house, «nd will be happt to teceive donations on their lK.-b.tlf, fiom any Innevo leiit J« r-ons mh» may feel disposed to coa- ti ibute loth ir r<li«.-f One f milly, alone, onbisiB of n n< pi rous-'he father, mother, four soriä, and throe daughters -Empire, October 15. L<.TER TsTELi.rGESce.-News was rc «ivcdoii Tmiixlav evening that Lieut Civemth eleven tioopcrs arrived at the scene of the late tragedy two days a'ter its occmencc. Lieutenant Cave was on patrol with the troopers at Living's st» non, on the Dawson, tv hen he beard of the murder He hastened off in the middle . <.f th...

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

Tata Enu-ï Hear.-T*i« vessel, contrary , to every expectation, anal lins ia the »ara? order aa when last reporte«*, and aa the sea baa oompletdy pine down, the underwriter« have engaged the Weuihipgtoa (e-i to take what cargo eau he aaved oat ol her. Übe left yesterday early tn'the anernoan, taking with her neargo boat «ad * fang nf raen. On arriving at the wreck tbr a»a*ts were cat «way at «woe to prevent h r rolling as little MptaBdble,andthn«<-aaetht-tali.tbe anils. bow»»«», ware ant nahmt, and t%e top- gallant rtad rqMl yarda a*nt down. Tlio d« k îunilx'i wa» then cleared «way. nod the «I'P'-f JiortiOfi uf ths eargo. cou&iatliig of I"** «>f Hour, eornc casks of wine, and dray wheel«, pasifd Into the boat«, tofthci with her »nil« anti portion of the gemr '1'be lV'««litnj;t<m t, tunit.il to Xyiary at-oui ten (i'i I.K k, with IlicraiL'u bout aii.t ma. urunct in t>»'. SIMI rbouM the weather contiene ta Voiiralile will ga down a/uni to day. airfl c...

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WANSFELL. FOB BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

WANSFELL. FOR BRISBANE List of exports per Wansfell, Capt. Jones,   717 tons, sailed from Gravesend July 28.- 1 Agricultural implements, £245; ale and beer,   in bulk. 112 barrels; ale and beer, in glass., 52 barrels ; apparel and slops, £317 ; books,   £230: brushware, £100; candles, 13 cwt ; cottons, plain. £35; confectionery, -64 ; drugs and chemicals,£I8; earthenware. 8;   fish. salt. £20; fruits, 66 cwt.; glass and glassware. £67 ; hardware and ironmongery,   £165; hats and caps, felt, &c, £20; haber- dashery, £17; leather. wrought, £630; ma chtnerv, £960; oilmen's stores, £318; oils,   60 gallons; paperhangings. £300; pianos and musical instruments. £80; plated and papier mache goods, £13; saddlery, £20: salt.£100; soap,£240; brandy 3350 gallons; geneva, 120 gallons; rum, 3350 gallons; British, 364 gallons; upholstery and ffctttl ?»»*£247; wine red, 900 gallons; wine   white, 448 gallons. ! O...

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

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Her Majesta-, accompanied. by the Prime Consort, Prince Alfred, and the Princesses Alice and Helena, left Osborne «0 the Slit Augtrst for Dublin, where abe was received with enthusiasm. The existence of a Convention for the «aston of the Island of Sardinia to France, bas been officially oontradicted in the Jfowttiarr. The weather has continued favourable, and the harvest is nearly completed in England. Aeeotffita from Scotland and Wales are not favourable. Baron de Vidil has been found guilty .f onlawfolly wounding his son. As Ms con obstinately refused to give evi tViMT, it was impossible to convict him of the attempt to murder. He was sen- tenced to twelve months' imprisonment with hard labour. A dreadful collision occurred on the Inn**«" and Brighton Railway, on Sun- day, August 25 ; twenty-three lives were lost. The British Fleet is now at Naples, and lua, it is reported, rendered assistance to the ttahaB Government against the iuaui gente. Dr. Baring, Bish...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin. AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

The Rockhampton Bulletin OaSmtâX, CjUiXHSXJtlfB aVDVEatTHUUt. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1861. WITHIN the space of a few weeks, it is our painful duty to record a second murderous onslaught by the Blacks on our countrymen. In the affair at Shaw's Island, an error was committed by the unfortunate victims, in their reposing nu unwarrantable confidence in the fidelity and trustworthiness of strange Natives, and they forfeited their lives as the penalty of their indiscretion. In the more recent occurrence at Nogoa, so | far as we can judge from the very ! meagre information to hand, treatment in some respects similar has led to an. equally disastrous result; - nay more, - instead of two victims, we hear of ten, whilst the fate of eleven others residing on the station is shrouded in uncertainty. We certainly have no desire to anticipate the nature of the intelligence which is too probably now on its way respecting these people, who were apparently left in a condition ill-prepared to defend th...

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ANOTHER FRIGHTFUL MASSACRE BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 26 October 1861

Another Frightful Massacre by the Blacks A man arrived in Rockhampton last evening (Tuesday) with intelligence of the murder of a number of persons on   Mr. Wills station, Nogua, including Mr   Wills himself. The messenger brings a   written deposition of the facts so far as they are known, which was made on Friday last, to Mr. Gregson, Balnworth station, by a shepherd belonging to the late Mr Wills. The shepherds name is Edward Kenny. We arc informed that Mr. Wills had only arrived on the station about a fortnight previous to the time when the murders, were committed, and Kenny states that during that time the blacks came up to the station in con- siderable numbers, but they were quiet,   and appeared fnendly, and no notice was taken of them. Mr. Wills used to carry a revolver himself, but although he had plenty of firearms on the station, the men were not supplied with them. On the evening of Thursday, the 17th October, Kenny was...

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DEPARTCRES [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

. r>rp*itTi-»r« *Vt#*»*r O' -Kifv. «li«4w. for Kydn^y. I ro.t ««??! yu. j

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

TO COBRESrOXDCA'TS. Leu erÈ lo?cnd«d tar «br coluoni of tb* BCIXETIN ?Bit bai* tbs name and »tim» of Iba writer al ..oelvj. not acoMaarili fi« nabllcatiaa, bat a« a (?araata* >4 bwcood taltb. faniiiialrattoaa. ta order to (ala luarrtjoo, ahould bc «bart, and oa mattera ot pattie utility, ïhqr «boa!! alas ba «til» tn a kftUa band, and on «aa aMa of tba fianeraalr. Tb* Editât «WM it lo br «Jatinctij understood, tbat bx Sa no *ajr Mratiftrs bimwlf «lib ilia «cBiimctita «apnawd bj Cvoo»r««nd«iis. I

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WAR ON THE COAST OF AFRIC A. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

WAR ON THE COAST O'S AFRIC A. ENGLISH CONFLICT wira THE NITIVKH-Two TUOUSASD KlLLKD A.XD WoDSDCD. JielVs Weekly Messenger of August 17th sat's : At Porto Novo matters continued un- settled, an I the West African Herald gives the following description of the hattie of Porto Novo : " It has already been recorded in this journal that, four months ago, the Ute Mr. Foote, her Majesty's Consul at Lagos, went un to Porto Novo, in the gun-boat Brnne, for the parpóse of uegociating with the king of that place. The King having refused to accede to the terms of the treaty, and treating the Consul s mes- sages with OHitempt, Mr. Foote caused a shot to be fired over the town. This hav- ing produced no effect, some shots were fite i into thc town, and the Urune left the place. The Portonovians, much elated at the depart ure of the Bru tie, congratulated themselves, and declared that if the vessel came again they would ? have her on tbe beach, and couveit ber into a war canoe fir thc King. On the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

TUE BLACKS.-A Urge number of b'acks luve just arrived in tiie neiph h'ltirbood, who bave conic from the \\'i<ie Bay sud I'<,rt Curtis districts. Many r.f these, as will have lieen ob- served, were yesterday {landing about our streets tn a most iirbTotit manner, being nearly in a slate of nudity. We : think it high time thal our police rc ' reived instructions to forbid this, and that «eme were allowed'iu town unless provided with something deservimr the name of clothing, lt is also highly de- sirable that Ute blacks should camp at night without the township, instead of, as at tire present time, in the ttreets ami under the hons«. Their stealing pro ¡«itiities and trQ&v.b«i\>us disjunctions aw at appareat that we otu in ut but coudemu the ennottraevmeut which ao many nf <-<ui- iowiis|teople oiler them to loiter about their premises tu BiLdiane the I'lacks ai« not allowed within the boundaries of the town after dark, and any one h...

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CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

CUSTOMS. BtvmjK COLUCCTCD kV THC CVtrOH'tiOUaK, j Brauk . ". ... Ä165 IC I | Oin . 108 2 7 ! WnUkry . 81 15 « j Hutu . _. 91 0 0 Penomrd Spirit* . 0 12« ! Wiue ... ... .- 33 17 IO j Air (ID wood) . 5 « 2 j Ala (in buttle) .-. 3 2 4 j Tc». . 72 7 9 j Bullir-refined. ¿71 j Sa^ar-uinviiui*l . 70 13 2 Moliwca ... . 0 12 ll Coff.« ". 8 3 6 fleam. 15 8 8 ToUcoo . VJ-2 U 0 t'ilotagc . 20 0 O Itmt . 1« 3 9 Liquvuu . 1* 1 5 ToU!.".££51 3 2 lU-venue collecta-d dorins OrtotKr, I860. ". 651 4 1 i Sbowine aa increiiae on cor refpoudiug mouth lbCO 199 19 1 Inpoar*. U-.rliin.il ra'ne for fit month vf Oetob-r.£19147 0 <> Ditto tot October 1S60 . 99M 0 0 Showing an increase on eorree I [K>udiU£ uiontb of 1560 ... 9191 0 0

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

^ttOCKinUPTOX POLICE COVBT. Oci.Ur 13. Before W. J- Browu, K*4.t \V.I\M. Michael Walsh waa brought before tin; court charged with fighting and biin¿ drunk ou hoard the Jenny l»ind. I'ri soner to lind sureties to keep the |ieace for three mouths, himself in JC-0 and t.vo sureties of ¿IO eacli ; in default, three month imprisonment in Brisbane gaol. Before J. A. Lonach, Ksq., J P., and James Landsborough, liso,., J.P. tTJeorrje Voytsey was brought before t'ie cou it charged with using obscene luiguage. Case dismissed. Before J. Jardine, Esq., P.M. John Bolín was brought before the court for using abusive and insulting language. Dismissed with caution. George Goodwyn sued William Hardy fir uon -payment of wages. Mr. Bellas for plaint iff. The Bench awarded wages from the 9th August to 6th October, | l£6!t inclusive, less £5 lin 6d, with costs of ou it 4s. Cd.; total amount awarded £6 6s 8d. October "ll. Before W. J. Broivn, Esq , W.P.M., and ( John Palmer, Esq., Mayor Alexander Bluff, ...

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LATEST AMERICAN NEWS. BATTLE OF MISSOURI. Liveerpool, Sunday, 25th August. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

LATEST AMERICAN NEWS. BATTLE OF MISSOURI. Liveerpool, Sunday, 25th August. TUB royal mail steamship Africa, Cap ta:ti Shannon, arrived in the Mersey at tn o o'clock this afternoon. She brings New York advices to the 14th instant. IAn important battle had occurred at Springfield,' Missouri. The New York Harald of the 14th instant gives the following details : i ?' ¿ne most important news from the j sent of war which wc have to record to ; day comes from Missouri, where the gal i latit General Lyon lias been contending ! in thc south-westeru portion of that j State with an immense force of the i rcltels ; and this news, we regret to say, j tells of the death of General Lyon ami j the retreat of his army. I " It will be remembered that on the Sill instant, General Lyons had a fight ! arith his advance guard and that of thc rebels under Hen M<?ullock, at Day Spring, near Springfield, where he cu deavourcd to draw the latter out of his . shelter in the woods. lt appears from I...

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THE ROCKHAPTON BULLETIN And Central Queensland Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CASR TERMS MONTHLY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

TUE ROCK HA 3IPTOX BULLETIN A td t Vstfra/ Queensland Advertist-r. rr BLÜHE» rvKKv SATVUOAT. CaVSB Timi M O Bf TB LY Chut* »* AJr«t!»(iic t«# ÍMtu4gu4«, I*.; #-"r Hats, 2» ; «Ix ] lit*-, St.; BM Indi, Ik., tar vnrjr addiUdnal 1UCA.U. M. EVftGrtiat na Lbirtern ia«rllua«,Sa par cent; OD tova;]-.*» laatrüoa», *0 pt «rat. fajTOiltaiiwaaf t ia wttfaoat written lonni «loo» ms lc ti* mmir.*m «4 laatrSnu, «tn be eonttnac4 nat:: wwiiwraiawlart. aaa «aa-avd '«r acrortiojlj. ! Aartrrmai »ul» cannot ti« nectred after Jtor p m. on Pitas* tv laatrtua ta itu faUoartac&iinnUT's iwper. Order, e^vat^rma'^linf or mitering a4rmlarnl«atf arve .« tant a«.« warr than tu a m. «a t'ruU». «th«r «tx raf win aaarar Ia Hw (D)JoBlnf bauudsy'a ia Btrtte. M arriata*, aaa Death* ar* ekaigrd 2». BU. uk ta»cttt<u. j fia«aritt>tlaa- j Tao Sliflüag» 0»oath!r I lt f»-fc»d. Two builUogi and Sixpence j «mi Cdliicau »ia nat be dWhrared, bat «abaerla. n j «OB <*iala thaa rrati* at the puLUau...

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PORT DENISON LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

TOter DEV ISON LAND 6ALE. Toj first «ak) of allotment, io the sew ! -tonsUpof Bowen, Port Denan», wu ! J*J| Mond»/, at the Police-office. 5¡**P«»# 1*« 89 *ot* were oSered, and S* van» told. J*l lt** Prine WM £t0 per acre. m*9***t9»*tof «W wm aboot 47 fSs&tàr^ w

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