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LAND SALE, HELD AT POLICE OFFICE, ROCKHAMPTON, ON TUESDAY, THE 15TH [?], 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

LAND SALE, Hit» AT ru POLICE Orno, ftocuuxnox. OB T«t*B*x, rac lom Corowa, 1861. _ ., -_j ~ --'o *u»~njwn of i Rockhampton realised tolerable prices Titos« OD and near the Port Cartis Bos'*, and in tba suburbs of Yaam ba, were sold at alow figure. Only one lot on Croco Jila Creek was purchased ; no offer was amada for UM rast, as they are all under «nier the greater portion of the year. A wane lut could scare ly have been offered; and, as was anticipated, the sala was thinly attended in consequencei Tba total proceeds of the sale amounted; to£1773 11s. 3d.; but sinos tba tale] a hugs number of the süotaieiita situated near Crocodile Creek, whicb^ wara withdrawn, have bean taken np af tba «psst price, realising an additional *fl6$B 15s. to the prêtent time.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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[?] WISS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

Os Tuesday werk, iatsllsgeuce turnoff as of laioiber (rightful atusaos hy Uk* blacks. Thv sees* cf tho tragedy ¿a Mr. W»hV Station, Ontliu la ringo, at Nogoa, «bout iuO - milts klaad {¡ton. IU*-kh«iaptoa. Thc aetaal suisabar n>ar dored à* not aa-aartaiaail, bat tao cornlea wera teen at the head station, (indudtag that of Hr. Willi himself), abd thara were," besides the man who eaeapcd ta bring the nea-», eleven others on the out- stations, who may have wet the saine fair. AU the. Native Police in the lKatrict ha vu been dis|<atched to roscoe the gean aud j>rt>jKH"ty on the sta tit», and NT P. F. M*I*oa«id, of Yaamba, baa ntaxte »jp a party of vtdanteara who left with tba I'olit*. About I MW. « as wburibaj ia Rockhampton towards defraying tba av petites of the Utter. Nowa has been leoeived that Lisat. Cava with «hive« tmopere. arrivad at dst scone of tba late tragedy twa dara alair itt iKscanoncc Lieutenant Cava waa «m patrol with tba tro. pera at Livingsta* tioD,...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE MCNICIPAL COUNCIL. RICKHAMPTON Quarterly Meeting, FRIDAY, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

TBC MCSICIFAL COUNCIL. SACSJUBUTU*. gtMVtoiy JKaùay. J*»***. Oetokr 18. A tarran «ra« read from the Colonial beeroUDj .-. , .«i, *- ...«,,,-u-...:..- r.."" -aha Ooawcil to the Governor, for power to borrow, OB the security of municipal nttai ead property, to the extent of £5000. Tba Colonial Secretary statis that aa no data have boen forwarded to «lia Government of the estimated annual revean» of the municipality, which nutt ba small and uncertain, considering the recent establishment of the municipality, the Executive Connel have been unable to advise bis Excellency to sanction the borrowing of a Urger sum than £10Q<) at present. Bat it is added, that au- thority will be given to borrow a further «?UH, when it shall be made dear that .tba income of the Corporation is such as to afford commensurate security without risk or embarrassment. lt was resolved " That £1000 should ««borrowed at once,and that data should be famished to the Government of the etti mated ann ns] reve...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE ELECTION. FINAL STATE OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

TBE KLECTIOS. TIS »IA STATE Or TBE POIX. ?.«fcaaflta. flNMOM- OmMmtan*. T..<*1 BuHWM M « 4 60 «al* S . 26 4? jUjiity fot Sannrman. 12

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Correspondence. [The Editor will set be responsible for the[?] of Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

(CorrrsponWiuf. (T*» KaUor «m M br ttmpmtmt tn Um nlkMli Sm,-Some inten*t has been felt in, various circle« to learn thc object of a ; document sent to various «torea in town, i purporting to be a list of articles required . for the public service at Port Denison. ' and for which tenders wonld be invited, j and a promise that lists of sn eli goods j would be furnished. It appears, how- ever, that no such lists were furnished ; j and as shipments were closed to Port j Denison by thc Ren Bolt on the same I day, and tlie goods iu question forwarded, i the only object of interest would lie, to ! asceitaiu if this ridiculous farce wa« with thc view of leading the jniblic to lielievc that diese articles were furnished by tender-as it is generally understood they uerc ordered at the time the glimpse of the'document in question was vouch- safed. If there was not time to invite tenderé properly, it was surely unnecessary for a Government officer to insult the common- sense of a community by ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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BIRD AND WORORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

HIRD AXfí WORX.M.VS REPORT. THE barso market during the past week has Leen scantily supplied. All that have txnne in have f.iuinl ready purcha sc«. The demaiil ia at present far in advance <if the fcupplv. Good roadster* are much wanted, and draught horses ai« a!»o cuquired for. Prices remain very firm-<>ur quotations beluga shade higher than last week. Working bullocks are still in good de- mand, bul ho! dc J a aro making excessive price*. Land hu been dull, ami the attention of purchaser« hat beau chiefly ooufiaed ' to the country lMs which did act find purchasers at the last land «ale. These j have «ll been takes at the upaet pt loe».

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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To the Editer of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

Ta (hf Eiilr of the Bullum. i SIB..-AR your paper for tue last few I numbers bas been distinguished for de I scriptionsof atrocious murders committed : by thc natives, I feel it my duty to draw i your attention to the immense numbers : of blacks" novr congregated in the neigh- bourhood of this town. I must say that the style tn which they are allowed to i move about thc town is most disgraceful . to auy civilised community. I can only State th»t fr* j m *»y oim L'MOWIÍ^I^JO / C fl... blacks' nature, I do not hesitate to say that some tragedy will be committed, and I then it will lie, " Who would have I thought it?" i would by, the means of your valuable paper, utter this warning, and assert that if any atrocity should ever take place in the neighbourhood, the j people here have only themselves to blame, as the blacks have only to go into th« Interior aud commit murders, and then come into town where they will be protected hy parties who know nothing whatever of their nature or habit...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

MARRIED.   At Redbank, Ipswich, on the 15th ult., by the Rev.   George M. Reid, Miss Agnes Douglas, of Kangaroo   Point, Brisbane, to John Stevens, Esq., of Rock-   hampton BIRTHS. On the 15th ult., at Rockhampton, the wife of John Alexander Larnach, Esq, of a son.     On the 1st inst., at Rockhampton, Mrs. Wood, of a son and heir.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

Por Sale. T COCKATOO CREEK-EWER, ' ? fi iv and «ix years, deliverable in March, 2"i00. mire or less, ia one or two flocks. HAMS-heavy wooded, large carcassed, from Maryland flocks, 80. WETHERS-Ave year old. fat, deliverable aft, r Christmas, 1000. MIXED CATTLE-Gowrie breed, deliver- able «ft«- January. SOO. SOW ewes having been sold from this station during the past season, those now advertised may lie depended on to be gool 6b<t]>. They were shorn in beginning of September. Terms liberal. SEROCOLD & MACKENZIE. STANDING tliis season at PLANET DOWNS, the thorough bred ENTIBE HOUSE Thoroughly quiet, with perfect symmetry. Charge, «sam . as last Reason-Five Gu'neas. Also, tbe entire draught Suffolk Punch, Charge for the season : earh mare, Thr:e Guineas. The owner will Rive every attention to man« sent, but will not be responsible for casualties. 1st Sept., 3661. TO 6TAHD THIS SEASON AT TUE CALLIOPE. "NON~PLUS." WOK PLU S, by Glancss; out of a thorough bred ma...

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COTTON AND EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. (From the Liverpool Mercury, June 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

COTTON AND EM IS BATIOS TO QUEENSLAND. (Fran the Ltvcrpool Mercury, June 27. j Two lectures were delivered descriptive ] of the uew Australian colony of Queens- ' land, al the Concert flail, Lord Nelson- j streeton Monday and Tuesday evenings, : j hy Henry Jordan, Esq., commissioner j from Queensland, late member of the Legislative Assembly for the city of ] Brisbane. A numerous and highly re- ' spectable audience of both sexes were i present. j Mr. Jordan said he would not occupy j the attention of the audience at any j length in speaking of the importance of j j the great island continent of Australia i j Its extent, its beauty, the splendour of : j its «ealth. and population, were known . ! to all. The principal Australian cities j of Sydney and Melbourne, with their j splendid buildings, elegant shops, and ero andad streets, were vividly described. Qoeenslsnd was the Nea- Australian colon V, commencing at Point Danger, in lat. SS degrees 8 arius., 400 miles altove Sydney, the es...

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ARE OUR ANORIGINES CAPABLE OF ANT INPROVEMENT? [COMMUNICATED,] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

ASK OCt AfXHUQtXKR CAPABLE or | AKT mmorEHKKTT fptaacmwAS«».] X.' y* pmoniug. .parkof philanthropy ..ii. breast can look without ootnpae -: on thoa* writ ch ed apecJuteua of . ..i:iauitf which a» ofton ero«;«) oar ». io» «ni oar atationa. I am avara .CM disgust-vntmttgated and unwin ...i- ' it^ust ii the only feeling which er.tcrv into many > heart ia r. fere ac* f> rhett hapless creaturea ; aol certainty -knr inntaeeiy filthy and lazy habita, the> uaclothtxl nakedness, and their deep m'.ral desusen,ant, maj orel! excite our .11 vi am and a bl torrence. But surely in a pr.fesseilly Oiristian community there is at least ona other sentiment by which it eb^atd ba char arterial it with regard to to tk<*«, who, though thoa steeped tn ¡al and moral corruption, are yet '.¡..-.te uf oar bone and flesh of our :u»li ;**-a sentiment of pity,-a feebug 4 benev<4enc-a beaevoVeoee which p: om ide to high and Hobie action, which si^eks to bring «rn auieKoretiug influ ...

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

ROCKHAMPTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. fpiIE usual MONTHLY MEETING *- of the Committee «rill be held at the TVtnpornry COCRT HOUSE, on THCRS PAV EVKNIK«. the. 7th NOVEMBER, at half past seven o'clock. The t-ecoiirl quarter's subscription being now due. members are roptxAfully requited to ]uty th« sann- to the Treasurer, J. A. Lftmaelt, Esq., Joint Stock Bank, Bock hatnpton. G. A. DES TA AFFE. \ _ -, F. K MILNE. } Hon. Secs. VMEETING of the Subscribers to th- NATIONAL SCHOOL, Rock- hampton, will be hi'ld at the Court-house. THIS EVEN IS« ï. at half-past Bt-vcn o'clock, for thf purpose of «"I«.-tin£ a local patron iii room of Mr. E. Kelly, n^ijined. W. J. BROWN, hon. sec WANTED.- A General Servant. * * Apply to Mrs. WIL.LMETT. Maindee House, next to th-- Congregational Church. XVTANTED immediately, one or two " Needlewom-u. Apply to Mrs. CAM P TON. Uphol- tetes* and Dressmaker, Denison - street. \lfANTED.-An apprentice to the ** Printing b-isin. es. Apply "Bulletin" Office. Rockhampton. A 31 ANA...

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

IMMIGRATION* TO KEPPEL BAY. ÍA PCBUC meeting, convened by the Mayor, with reference to immigiauts . Iteing sent to Kepfiel Bay, was 4hcld in thc temporary Court-house, liockli.irnp tou, on Tuesday evening. A large number of all classes were present, and thc greatest unanimity and enthusiasm characterised the proceedings. The chair was taken at eight o'clock hy John Palmer, Esq., Mayor. Thc CiUinMAK said that he had con- vened the present meeting in compliance with a requisition {which «vas then read) in order to consider what steps it would I« desirable to adopt to secure for this district a fair share of the advantages from the Immigration Regulations, and tn obtain, if possible, an immediate sup ply of h»tx>ur from the immigrant vessels now cxjiected to am>e in the colony, to meet present necessities. He was pleased to tve a full meeting, because it chowed that thc great iuijuutauce of the subject was understood aud appreciated. The last English mail brought news that a larg...

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

THE AUSTRALIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer "CLARENCE" Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone,     Maryborough and Brisbane on MONDAY tbe 4th November, and Monday the 18th. A. S. M. Co.'s Steamers. NOTICE—All cargo landed from the Australasian Steam Navitation 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 expence. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. IN pursuance of a resolution passed at a metting of shareholders in the above company, applications will be received for the additional share to be allotted y   Messers SHAW, CAPPER & CO., Rock- hampton. JOHN STEPHENS. Secretary. REFERRING to the above advertise- ment the public is informed that [?] [?] [?] [?] of application [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] SHAW. CAPPER, & CO. For Fort Denison, calling al Broad Sound. THE FAST SAILING cutter, &...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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The Rockbampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

tty ítOthjwmnton guUrtinj .VD (BmUL QVEKMBLJLMD ADVEKTJBEB. EA I CED AV, NOVEMBER 2, 1S61. QDSKXSLAKP «nd itt attractions to emi- grant* appeared, up to tue date of eui htokt advice*, to Le '* the novelty of thc season/' in England. The Bi ¡tish press waa teeming with .MR. JOBDÍN'B elo «jorrt avd highly-descriptive lectures, As a popular public speaker, «ir Queens- land ccotwisbioitcr is not a whit inferior te bia K*w South Wales rivals-Messrs PASXKX* and DAIAKV, and Le has nothing to tear fruin competition in the mission he has undertaken. IIHWJ, ire should rrjrjce to see all the colonies of Australia vote large ram» ti money for immigra- tion, «ut «end their best men to Great Britain to "talk np" the advantages which the? «re entiled respectively to »»Ber. The couiltincd effect of this would he tito diven-iou of the tide of human lia from some of the channels in which it has buen aix-uttomed to flow, and very asan th«» colonies would he to England what the States of America have L...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

VATIOS A L Wi CCA TIOS. A laDEttMof th« subscribers towards Ute erection of a Kaiioaal School iu Bock ssratnloa. -«M held at the C-Hirthouae on Wednettbry Evening, 6th instant, for tlte uarpa* ol' electing local patrons, Mr. Pybus ira the ohair. Th« 8attatary read a cranmunk-atic« tro a Ut ffatnisij to the UoarJ of E«lu «atina, to thc affect that they will grant tire fUKÚ&tna proportion of aid admitt«d by tba Rsgiilsliooa, provided that die Board«oaota 4*as not ck***! tl WO. The ïrrasarer stated that the MIHI al raady lodgad to the credit of the Hoa d ta ZSOO. He baa «vw about £40 m band, baAfce other donal iou* promised, aa that tba natrons will be requited to gaaranlm about ¿125 Tb* tuBswing ara the names of tlte I basal patrons:-A. P. Wood, Bockbanip toa; BJarard Kelly (resigned) : George I BaalwN. Beak of Kew South Wah», JobnPabaer, Mayor; William Arche-, Uiaoemere; W. H. Buzacott, bock- ; haskpuat , W. J. Brown, Sub-Collect. .1 of Caatonu. |

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MONTHLY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 2 November 1861

MONTHLY SUMMARY. ITHK MITCHELL Disraicr.-A new district, described as above, was opened on the 1st tilt. Il is situated to the westward of the Leichhardt and Ken- nedy districts, taking in the heads of the Victoria River, discovered by ¡Sir Tuonuu Mitchell. Tho country is described as being of the fiuest description for pas- toral [»uipi »ses. We have been informed by Mr. Leith Hay, Acting-commissioner, that upwards of 150 applications for rans have already been sent in. Mr. A. Keith Collins, with two friends aud a brack boy, arrived iu Rockhampton in the carly part of last mouth, having travelled overland fro ur Fort Rourke on the River Darling. The distance tra- versed they estimated to be more than SOO miles, over a country generally good iu character but badly watered, 650 miles of which is wholly unsettled. The stock of provisions laid out for tho journey consisted only of 100 pounds of äour and a small quantity vf tea and sugar; for the rest they depended ou their dogs and gun...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 9 November 1861

If AKiFfSl' ÙF THE ACSTBALU«* From Bi «»Uuii-Uta ftc« hajjdj»g£, I0Q7 fib«*. Causer M¿M^*°" ' vinegar.

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THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Central Queensland Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CARE TERMS MONTHLY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 9 November 1861

TBE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Central Qwrnuland Advertiser. reama» IVEHÏ SATTRDAT. OAII TSKMS MOITR1T Can|M til Iii mirri - IV* da« al under. Ii ; finir Uara, 2».; «ix Uaw.**.; sortatfe,«».; for «terr s4<Uiuaal hast». I» «Vi PaWuaat M latotwa laaertJi*». 23 percent; on .?««rjr^És iwwtiOM, 5» par eepi. A4mrtJMO>'«U wat ia «Mboat «ritte« iaontcUona as to tt* aambert« «"at *"«». »lil fa« CUUISBMJ until W,- ?-*M« rlA£tf«a <MT acxafriafty. aorMii^aric't tmmH scrwiaW «nar jim ?-? aa m»rUt** lew taft rt ID thc fáümmrtng S*I«nl»J'» paper. Ori«r» roaotrrraw<lrt . att>r,n* «4»'Ct(u«iiU ps« ktxatiixi'artiu I>«B. ca Fn4»),«Khtr av> ta»f *-U «rt»»r la Lt« SuUuwlnj taatanUy*« i» «.« «abat ». Ul ia». Mann***, a*td ¡Wa» ara aliaajM 3«. M. «w»»ta«*a»s. j a«aacilp(iaa- I Im«SMni««ia-thy. I If ba****. Twa SUntafi aadSUpaaea. liiciHi Cflttaa« win aa'. I* aWtvaraa, bat aabjaiw n cas «tels «a« «Tall« mí Ibm pahJMrtar. af* ri

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 9 November 1861

To the Editor oj the Bulletin. ÍMY DKAR Mn. Entrón,-tíau yon in- firm me how it i* that cen sin young men (I cannot edi them gentlemen), «hen Üiey visit this toiru, «re allotted to behave in thc blackguard manner they do, to the great anioyauoe of tba re- spectable portion nf tb» community. One fellow ring* a bell, another biara a horn, and another grta opon a table and dance*, and they, ^uiab^ off by getting «Irnnk ; ami then have «-bat they call a Jutty *prveT "If ; ta iben very protebla tliat soiue |»ei» HW may bo nu noyod by thea? drunken follows ; and in tba event of ita being Home poor female, whose husband is away at the una, tba chancea are that che ia insulted by ? cowardly rufián taha «*y|f te fatoni IttUr. j I wnrnM wk, what arc nor I*»!'** «Vint ? How rn it lim« they 'lit not take 'thom! "grant*.'' t<» the lock np? One mau i* no doubt coimi'lerril at liberty to 1 nw any kimi of language in mir public '. streets-however vile it may be-liecause j bc bs« a TÍ&...

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