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The Rockhampton Bulletin CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 9 November 1861
?¡)c ¿ioíi¡¡)ainj3(mi gulittin I OUTTBAt, QUECMSLAMD ADVCDTHER. SATl-fWAV, NOVKMBKK 9. lofii. j THE newa we published in our second j edition on Tuesday liM, which is ix'jn'&lt;» ; duced in oar columns this morning, coti j firms our worst fears relativ« to the fate 1 «f thc remaining portion of Mr. WILLS' i (tarty. W&lt;J have nuw authentic itifor ; mat ¡on of thc actual burial of not", lc* ! than nineteen peisuns, incl ailing the j children. The absence of any kno-an provo > cation, awl, iudced, the possession of uu : mistakeaMe evidence that Mr. Wills uni , formally treated the natives with re- markable tendi-rness aud kinduess of manner; «ml, on thc other hau.I, thc set-mini; friendliness of the natives ap to the moment when the figtial for action was sounded br an aged blackfellow ; - these incidents combined, tell a tule of almost unheard-of treachery. Ia an un- suspecting mouicut, men, women, ami children, are smitten down-women with their needlework Mill ii...
PROTECTION FROM THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 9 November 1861
PROTECTION FROM THE BLACKS &nbsp; A Large and influential public meeting was held in the temporary Court House Rockhampton, on Monday evening, to urge upon the Government the necessity of providing a more effective Police Force for these districts. The Mayor presided. The Chairman opened the meeting by reading a requisition which he had re- ceived, bearing the signatures of squatters &nbsp; and others residing in the district, desir- ing him to convene a meeting for the purpose of considering the necessity of &nbsp; &nbsp; obtaining more effective Police protec- tion from the Blacks for the stations in the outlying districts. He remarked that &nbsp; &nbsp; the wis... murders which have just &nbsp; been committed on the station of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; late Mr. Wills, show plainly the inse &nbsp; curity of life and property, with the very &nbsp; &nbsp; &nb...
BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Oct. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 9 November 1861
BRISBANE. [raoii om ow» ©o »Mraroa DIRT ] TCK-DAV Arnutoos. Oct. 29. TBS POET OCR rt« ELKCTIOK-TBS Inrrr MAL ACT-TUB YICE-MOAL Tetia LADT Bo««»'« R nra« raoa HTMET THK COLOXIAL Tutniu acroac au CoaanrCBHcr->OEAT« or A. s. LTOM Iw« OIIKMI Atr>c*a*a or MABT .OBOCOB-STEAM TO ADELAIDE-New COAL Se»« oem ED-I ecu »aa Correa CutrAST-Mrerseioot DE »ra-Orsa iso «r nts LOCA** Examines-Tor ElKCTBtC TELECBAMI, &C HITBB&TO, Mr Alfred Sandeman's claims to public notoriety, or public considera- tion, have chief jr rested on the tact that that he is the son of his mother-the brother of his brother, or the cousin of bis cousin,-for I'm told that Gordon only signs himself" Aft. cox." after all, hal be (Alfred) may now, thanks to the anti-Walala te dique and government flunkey of your region, write himself H.P. I believe, if my memory serve me right, that be did once have the honour of being talked about as a proba- ble candidato for the Downs, when that constituency, in conjunct...
[LATER INTELIGENCE]. (From the Melbourne correspondent of the S. M. Herald of Tuesday, Nov. 5). [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
[LATER INTELIJOETSCE]. (From the Melbourne efirrrspondent nf : thc S. M. Herald »i Tuesday, N'ov. 5> ? I Mn. Howirr's exploration party hare rc ! turned with the news of th? death of I Messrs Burke, Wills, and Gray, of cx 1 haasti'in, after harinar crossed the con I tinent ; one of thc party, Mr. King, s:ir ! viving. Mr Burke reached Carpentaria on the 12th February, and remained three days &lt;'?) on the Albert Kiter. He returned hy [ ¡bc same route to Cooper's Creek, an 1 reached thc depot there o.i the evening of the 2lst April, where he as:crt:iined that Mr. Brahe, of Howitt's party, had left that morning. Messrs. Burke, Wills, and King were too exhausted to follow. They dug up provisions and recruited, remaining there five days. After consultation, they determined to make for South Australia. Three several attempts failed. Two camels were billed, and the flesh preserved. The natives were frieudlv, giving the party tish and nardoo. Wills returned to Coo- per's Creek, ...
VICTORIA. BURKE'S SUCCESS AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
VICTORIA. BURKE'S SUCCESS AND DEATH. *' MR. BRAHE, one of Il >witt"s party, lias j just arri rod at Sandhurst. Mr. Burke ? had crossed the continent, and returned : so Cooper's Creek, with Messrs. Wills, j King, and two camels. They attempted j to get to Adelaide, hut the camels I knocked up, and they were compelled j to fall back on Cooper's Creek. Mr. j Burke and Mr. Wills died about thc 28th j June. Mr. King was found with a tribe | of natives, in good health. Mr. Brahe j will 1« in town to-morrow morning with | fui! particulars. Mr. Burke remained on ¡ the north coast for many weeks looking for the ship cxi>ected by him, and managed to craw] sixty miles on this side of Cooper's Creek, when he and Wills died of starvation. Their remains were found by Mr. Howitt.
RAILWAY ACCIDENT. From Campbellown Correspondent of S. M. Herald.) Monday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
RAILWAY ACCIDENT. From Campbelhoaa CorrnponAaU of S. Af. J Herald.) \ Mondar morn inc. I Tais morning, ns tba 3 3(1 train ieft the j station, a number of hones were on the railroad line, which gally'**! along until j they came to thc tiret culvert, whore ' they stojijted rn matte, and before the. engine Could tic stopped ii came into ' Contact with them, killing riv« of the j number. The horses belonged to Manus.. Morris, Clarke, Mabbin, and others. Some damage was dane, 1 believe, to the j carnages ; but I will forward particulars j through the day. Monday afternoon. With reference to tue acct lent by the ¡ ' 3.30 am. train, I visited that part of tin» linc which ««n til« «cene of th* iii« i aster, ami fi mi u! dial liv«; fine hor-tei liail . Iieen 1 iteially cut tn J>¡ITOÍ 1>y tlic trniu. I The boluc* aie «upposed U> Imvc gal : loped a1un;*r the lin'» ti the paten, at a crossing I>elow MfKirfifl'ln, Mr. II. Warbys residence, and about half-way from the gonds" shed to t...
NEW SOUTH WALES EXHIBITION. (From the S. V. Herald. Nov.2f, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
KKW" SOUTH WAU"S EXHIBITION. (From the S. V. H'raM. .Vor. '2j. i To-par «lie Ininti Kthihilioii of arl icios ? illtCIidltl f.»r tlilTlK-llisMO!! t'l iii.' Illicit j Ii itel nat ii ii il Exhibition will lc- closed : Ci'iist-qiicntly a final opjmrt unity »viii lw j afforded lu those xvliu have nut yet in sj-eetcd the collection of p.vin^r it a ^ visit. Thc general curioMiy that has ¡ Iiceii manifested to examine the articles of colonial produce an I manufacture is evident from thc numerous attendance during every day that thc Inhibition has been open, and which bas increased as the time fur thc closing of the hall has drawn near. Yesterday liebig a half-crown day there were nut so many \-isitors as on other days : there were, however, 140 visitors in thc afternoon, and 5ÍM in the evening. Thc charge for admission throughout this day will be sixpence. Upon the o»-e of the closing of the local Exhibition some articles have been added which have attracted con- siderable attention ami des...
Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondence THE MASSACRES BY BLACKS AT SHAW'S GROUP. To the Editor of the Bulletia. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
Cflrrcspontontt. [Th* Kiitnr «,11 not b* Tw-p m-iM* Tor th« t^ctimetit of Corrctí^uictit*. I THE MASSACRES ny BLACKS AT SHAW'S O HO UP. To (Ju- ¿Viitor of the HulUti-i. SIR,- Tho late unfortunate occurrence at " Shaw's Group," appears to have fur- nished thc Kditnr of thc M it ry 1*>rough Chronicle with thc material for a pseudo philanthropic article, in which he appears to think the settlement at Port Denison has Ikocn the cause of tliat inehtucholy occurrence. If that gentleman would only use his geographical know ledge, he would timi that Shaw's Peak is some axty or seventy miles from Port Deni- son, and that, from its peculiar position, the native* of either place have hut little means of communicating with the other. Ile states that thc " new settlement at Port Denison, under the guidance of misrule and causeless violence," is declin- ing, A-c. Permit me to say that 1 know that the gentleman in command of thc overland expedition has been from the first most anxious to avoid ...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
SHALL DEBTS COURT. Sovtmber 6. Present A. F. Wood, Esq, JP. j Philip Hardy v. J. Goodwyn, for goods «old, £2 7s. Cd. Mr. Bellas for da- I fendant. Non-suited. Thomas Watson v. Edward Small, for work done, £ 10s. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. William Spooner v. Charlee Wakefield, for work done and goods, 16s. Verdict for plaintiff 12s., with costs of conti. Ciarle» Wakefield v. John Ward, for 1 breach of contract, £4 9s. Mr. Bellas \ for ¡daintiff. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs of court and professional costs. A. Feez i-. A. Douglas, for gooda sold, JCT Os. 5d. Settled out of court. A. Feez r. Thomas Daniells, for goods snld and l»oat hire, £7 5s. 2d. Verdict for plaintiff, with ors«. A. Feez v. James Shepherd, for goods sold, £9 Iiis. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. John McGregor v. James Shepherd, for goods sold, Ü2 14s. lld. Verdict for plaiutiff, with cort«. Charlot Wakefield v. William Doherty, for goods lost, £5. Mr. Bellas for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff, with...
The Rockhampton Bulletin CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
CENTRAL Q UEENSLAND ADVEHTTBEH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IC, 1601. TUE local exposition of the industrial products of Queensland intended for the London International Exhibition of 1862, has lieen held in lirislmne. In looking over the catalogue, we no- tice a variety of articles; hut matty &lt;>f them must bc regarded rather as trifling curiosities, than as t>pcciruci>B of products, indigenous or exotic, that tlx: colony is capable of producing, and which are calculate! to swell the natulier of its ruarkctahle commodities. The colonists generally might, and ought, to have done b&lt;?rter. Commissioners Tare employed to make known thc resources and attractions of this colony to thc people, of Great îîritûiii stud of Europe, and it -would have been qnite in keeping with t*:-.is policy had the colonist«mode a united and spirited effort to present an imposing display of the resources and ' productions of QtoensUuid for the in ' sjx-ction of thc hundreds of thonsandi ...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. November 5. Before J. Jardine, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
BOCKffAitrrox POUCE COURT. HovemLer 5. Before J. Jardine, Ka., P.M. John Cooper was fined 20s. for being drunk and disorderly. j Maria Slater summoned Philip Hardy j for. non-payment of wages. Mr. Bellas j for plaintiff. The trench awarded the j amount of wages due to plaintiff, with j costs. Agreement cancelled. Maria Slater summoned Philip Hardy ' for sss.vik. The defendant w;is fined £2, v ith costs of court and professional costs. A'ctcmftcr 8. Mary Jane McKaskel summoncl Alexander McKaskel for an assault. 1 The defendant to find sureties to keep j the peace for six months. j G. H. Iloiafeldt «ummoned John Goode fir breach of Landlord and Tenant I Act. Mr. Bellas for plaintiff. Settled ] out of court. j
MUNICPAL COUNCIL. Rochhampton November 15th, 1861. Present the Mayor and all the Aldermen [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 16 November 1861
HCNICirAL COUNCIL. Somber IS.**, ISfîl. Preaeut die Mayor and all the Aldermen Thc T«wn Clerk was instructed to write to the local banks to ascertain upon what fenns they would advauce the Cor poratiw the SUTH of JCKKKK lt wis moved by the Mayor, «nd eeraorfei by Alderman Ward, " That Meaars Arrant, Mansfield, and the mover, be appointed a committee of works." The Mayor moved, and Alderman Stevens sec-jhded. " That the Govern- ment l-» ^r^mtvrl to place a sum of Mooey on the estimâtes, to deftaj u« expense of fencing iii the cemetery ; also, to apprise the Government that upwards of twenty corpses are interred in the public roa i adjoining, and to ascer- tain what they will do in reference to the matter " Alderman Mansfield moved, and Al- derman McKdligett seconded, " That the immigrant* about to arrive per ' Persia,' and not under engagement, lie offered a passage to U-Jckhasnpton, and that those who may come, and remain disengaged titree days after their arrival at this port. Iw o...