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CALENDAR. FEBRUARY—MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

CALENDAR. PEüBrjAnv-MA non. I TlDlM.» i - DAT.* S MEUORAKDA. MOON'S AOÏ. High water O atD. Flatt Taos ... 27 .' . ?3n' ÏSÏ Woilncs ZS . 21S Ht Timm... 21) .' . 3D 3-30 Fri. 1 I. . 364 418 Slit. 2 j. TS*) a.m. 4*2 SO Sun. al.Last nuartor 5-30 6*57 Mon ... 4 I. fl-25 <M¡3 .Tho rino of lido in Keppel TJnv varies from OH. to I4fi., nari Ri tho Upper Pints from 5ft.»o lOrt. Depth of WHtcruttlioUpiicrrl.it-imho old or natural channel, at low waler springs, lit. flin; highest springs, lift. (lin. New cutting at lon* willer springo. 6lt, ; in highest springs, isa.-Tho limo of lilith water ts slightly in 0 nen nod Uv freshets and high winds. t Tlie i Idos raidi their full at tho Pilot Station, Keppel Hay, 2U, 40m. earlier, and at Rockhampton 30m. later linn tim hours named lu tho above tabla.

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THE NEW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS (From the S. M. Herald, February 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

TUE NEW MAIL ARRANGEMKN IS (From the S. M. Herald, February 20.\ Br the "Barolin," wo hnvo received th revised tadio for tlio arrival am doparture of tho Suez Mail fur tin present year. Tho changes inarkei therein aro duo primarily to tin adoption of tho Brindisi route. 'J'hi new route, which has now supersede! that viii Marseilles, has hail to fight its way upwards to ofliiu'n! approval, and il lins bern said that tho Franck Govern tnent did not at first assist the transito: mails by a lino which threatened tr transfer to an Italian Government £ business previously belonging to s French port. There woro too, in the carly attempts, some delays due to thc incomplete discipline on tho Italian railways, and tho want of adequate facilites in tho Italian harbour. But now that tho Mont Cern's tunnel is i completed and open for traffic, all difficulties of detail hare been conquered, effective arrangements for the service have been made, and this routo has for the present definitively esta...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

IB a aoldior tuppoted to be raw until lia bas been exposed to fire? Mucrt CiiKsi'Rii.-A humorous apothecary exposes a catie of soap in his window, with the pertinent inscription, " Cheaper than dirt." A lnsEOtwi paper announced a snort time eince that the " wile crops in Gasconade County yielded 15,000 gals." Tho nett week the editor came out wITh tn "firatum"-for " wife" read ".wine."

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AKUIVAL. FKDROA.RV 27.-Zisl;n, hite, ion toni register, Captain 4, Sonplohora, from Sydney. DEI'ÁUTDREB. riíUttüA-KV 37.-Lady Bowen, s., 425 lons, Cai)lain Cottier, Toi (J lädst o» f!, MoryuorouKli, nnd Brisbane. Passengers-Mrs. U'GrcKor, Muster H'Grogor, Mrs. Elliot und flvo children. Un. Judgo nud ino children, Mrs. Scott Smith nod dill il, Mrs. Maiming, Miss JPlomlns, Miss JIUUOB, Messie. 12. Locklicad, G. Macrjulrc, I*, ßnwson, E. Bloomucld, G. Stenhouse. J. Kennedy, 1). WUllnms, Scott Bmitli, Mnnuing, V. Robertson, T. Itorrtson, O. N". Geary, Senior-Sergeant Judfio, His Honor Jiidgo Hunt, Hon. ll. I'iinj;, Q.C, IL Uulrd ""(CiWd rroBOcu'or) and Iwonly-flvo lu tho steerage, ltobruary 27.-Balclutha, H.S., 272 IOIIB, Crt]>tntu Weir, tor tiydney direct. Passengers- M rv. lUsto?, Mrs. Rutherford, two children, and serrant, Miss Donburn, Mesar». B» A, EMng, W, Marita, and niuo in the s too riga February 27.-Isahella, schooner, 83 tout resister, . Cáptala ...

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CLERMONT. (From the Telegram.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

CLERMONT. {From lite Telegram.) WE noticed the arrival ot the Grit load of machiner; from Broadsound, for tho Copper Minedischarged ot Hint portby the " Balclutha." As soon as the «hole of it arrives, Bnd is got into order, the ne« shaft will be commenced on the flat. Authorities in such matters unite in the Bpinjon tjiat this shift «ill open up heavy deposits of ore, hitherto untouched, and if such should prove to bo the case, the Mine may;he , considered as practically inexhaustible. ; f* There is quite a scarcity of respectable dwelling houses to let in Clermont at the present time, in fact ever; house of the kind is occupied. Wo arc glad to observe that Messrs. Smith and M'Koon ere about to import and work a sawmill iu tho course of a few months, which will give a great impetus to building. [We understand that this firm Tiave just pur- chased a, powerful engipe .and boiler from M.e»tn. B. M. Hunter and Oo.', at a cast of nearly £600-ED. £.£.] The publia will be glad to hear that...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

THE C0VDE51NBD OouinnrtST LISBONNE. Tbs third Council of War at Versailles hos just tried and condemned to death Lisbonne, who acted as a colonel in the Berrico of the¡ Commune. The prisoner was so sorerelj wounded in the battles of Moy last that until now he has been in hospital, end appeared at last before the Court on crutches. He had been originally a sailor, then a soldier, and on account of some insubordination was sent to ¡join the Companies of Discipline. He subsequently became the proprietor of a small theatre in Paris, which was unsuccessful, ami then became n~clerk in an insurance office, in which capacity he woe serving when the outbreak' in Paris occured. Ho then took serries under the Commune with tho rank of colonel, and showed great activity and energy, his last «ct being the defence of the barricade between Monipanave and the Luxembourg, and he received his wound while fighting at the Chateau d'Euu. He was accused of having pillaged tho Convent des Oiseaux, and anot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR OOHNOII, MEHTING TO WE HELD OS THOMS DAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1872, AT 4 TM. K0TI0B9 OF MOriON. lat. By Alderman HABDKH Tliat tito Town Surreyor bo requested to report upon tho bott moana of draining (bc Boction nf Archer-street from corner of.Uolaovcr slroct to Ibo Fitzroy Hirer. 2nd. By Hit Worallip the Mayor Thnt tenders bo called for Ibo necessary repairs to Hie road on Hie western side of Ibe Runge to Strube'a Hotel. 3rd. By Alderman Koona That Ibis Council talc immediate steps towards tho erection of a tridgo over tho Fitzroy on the site approved by their resolution of tho 2nd of Mardi last, and that a co m ni it te o of the whale Council be appointed to consider and bring up a report upon the ways and means l of constructing such bridge. 4th. By Aldermao OATOBK That thia Council adopt the Gommiltao of Works' Report Ko. 181. 5th. By Alderman CAPOBN ïhat the Town Surreyor he instructed to prepare a plan and specification for protecting ibe virer bank fronting Oce...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, February 27. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. CATTLE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Felrvary 27. BEFORE tho Police Mugiitrute. Oi.TTLE-STEt.LINO. James JI'Coll, who had been charged with the abovo ofTeiice, was discharged. Gcorgo Clcnneti summoned for using insulting language to John Adolf Williams, was filled £3, £1 lt. professional costs, and 7s. cost of court, in default ono month's imprisonment. The same defendant was then charged with attempting tn rescue two head of cattle from the bailiff. The defendant raid the cattle were his own, and was defended hy Mr. Milford. The Deneb indicted a fino of £6, with £1 la. professional costs, and £1 6s. 6 J. costs of court, in default of levy and distress two months' itn-~ prisonment. (yesterday (he fine in- the first ' oise not having been paid, Clennett was arrested and lodged in gaol.) The adjourned Small Debts Court case, Malvern c italT, was further adjounrd till Wed- nesday next. ' '

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. Mr. Vogel, tho Treasurer of Mew Zealand, is hero. He liai an interview with Mr. Duffy, yesterday. Ho asks a contribution from this colony of £25,000 towards the Panama route. The new steamship " Northumberland " h ie just arrived, after a passage of fifty-four days from Londjn cid tho Cape of Good Hope.

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Wednesday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

Wednetday, February 28. M. M'Mullin wits clmrgod with larceny' Detective Smyth etatad that ho waa called upon yesterday morning to search the prisoner^by one of Messrs. Stewart and Lucas* ahormen, 'named Seat, who stated that several things had been missed ; he then gave her in charge - soarched her and found tho property (produced), which Best identified as the property of Messrs. Stewart and Lucas ; after that witness searched prisoner's premises in her presence ; on the way to the lockup she said " Do you think I would steal a thing like that?" Alfred Best stated that ho saw the prisoner yesterday morning in Stewart and Luca-'s; saw her take a ladies' back comb from the half-crown table ; saw her take it in ber right hand and put it under her shawl; thc comb produced is the one; witness did not sell it. to the prisoner, nor was it sold to her to his knowledge. In cross-examination witness said ho had reason to believe she bought somo goods ot tho time and paid Fi'Jfjanjce/or, the...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAPHS. TOWNSVILLE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUäTttlLUN A69O0IATBD FUG88 TE&BQBAMä. TOWNSVILLH. Tuesday. A BOAT belonging to Hie " Hannah Broomuold " capaiscti in tile bay tilia morning. Tim eooond mate waa drowned. Ibo body has tinco been recovered. Sorerul largo ringlets hive b:on found at tho nsw rush-ono weighing 123 ott. li dwts.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

SYDNEY. Wednesday ereoing. Tho Minister for Lands is endeavouring to obtain a seat for New England. Mr, Byrnoa is likely to onnlest Hartley. Wool sales to-day were firm. Sailed for Brisbane : " Lidy Young," e.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

THE ROCKHAMPTON BUL. LBmr Publitlied on TUESDAY. TlfUBSUAY, and SATURDAY MORNINGS, ia tho o)d»t «ad most «id»)/ ti rr ola ted Newspaper in Central «nd Northern" Queen*, land. TEBVB OF SUBBCBLPTZOV. Per Annum, lo advance . Clio o Per Quarter " . fl O IVr Month,booked . ... 4 O Biaglc Copies, each . 0 8 CITAnOES FOB IPVBRTIBKMEiTT«. KA Cil IRSEtTlOR Two Unca, or t weiro words ... ... 1 o Four Un«. 3 0 Hil Unes. a O Eight Unto, or one inch ... ... 4 0 For «Tory additional Inch . IA nirtt». Harria ge*, arni Death, aro charged tv. Od. eaab and are repeated In thc Bulled* Monthly Summary. CASH ADVEBTI6BHEHTB. (Situaitout Wonted or Vacant, Apartment* to le Lei or fftrtifeif, or tlitcetteuumn W<J*tn.) KA-CB INr-EanOK Til roc lin w, or eighteen words .« 1 O fill îloe(t,w Uilrtf-*ii words... ... 2 0 Eight linea, or ono Indi . 3 ff (lu all ca soi to be prepaid; If -booked the usual soul o la charged.) Thc rollowlrp discount* are allowed on adrertifemcnu ordered tur a number of conec...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

BRISBANE. Wednesday. Monday noxt has boon appointed a day of general thanksgiving fur the rocorery of tho Prince of WalcB. ?

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The Rockhampton Balletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

uro CËKTB4X QUEEVSCÍ.SD A-DveanaER. FaiDAY, MAROS 1, 1872. Tua immigrant «bip "Light Brigade" anohored ia Keppel Bay on Wednesday morn- ing, baring made the run from Gravesend in the remarkably quick- time of eighty-eight days. Tba Health Officer and Immigration Commis- sioner, Dr. Salmond, and Ur. Lirermore, a ?aeinber of the Local immigration Board, .ooompanied by représentatives of the Press, abuted for th» Bay in tho Government steamer "olary" at four o'cloak on Wednesday after aoon. Arrived alongside the vessel about IO pan. «hen the Health Officer went on board, remaining there for the night, and the " Mary" .teamed under Seaview Hill, and anchored for the nignt. The ship was lying ?bout a mile from the «hore, a very .tiff S.E. brease making it difficult for her to beat ia nearer the island. Early on Thursday morning the " Mary " weighed anchor, steamed out to the ship, and moored alongside. The Health Officer, it was ascertained, had examined the ship on tho previous evening,...

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CALENDAR. FEBRUARY—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

CALENDAB. FEnttüAM-MA aCU. IIKHOUKOA. UAN'S Aon.l SLID. p.m. Tuet ... » .¡. 1-SO 1-84 Wedna] 28 . . I IS 214 Siran... » . . s« 8-30 - - - 35t fjs 413 50 8-30 S-57 815 «'63 * Tho rise or tide in Koppel Doy ratio from eft. to Mit* anil at the Upper Flau from fift. to 10ft. Deptü of vaterat tho upper Flat-lu the old or uatural channel, At low water Springs, lit. Oin ; highest springs, lin. din. Kew cutting at low water springs, fifi. ; In Ugliest springs, 16rt.-The Urne of high water ls slightly lii íuenoed by freineu and high winos. t The tide« reach their full at the PUot Station, Keppel Bar, Sn. «Om. earlier, and at Bookbampton 30m. later ban the hours named In the above table.

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DEATH OF MR. ANDREW PETRIE, SENIOR. (From the Brisbane Courier, February 21.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

DEATH OP MR. ANDREW PETRIE, SENIOR. (From the Britlan« Courier, Fehriutrg 21.) THE death of the oldest free resident ia our community and colony, is an event not to be' allowed to happen without notice; and the aged, revered, and useful citizen who has just left our world for a better was no ordinary man. The name of Andrew" Petrie ¡8 indis- solubly connected not only with the early history of Brisbane, but the colony. Although for some years past incapacitated .by a painful malady from active interference in the moré prominent duties of life, he never relaxed fais interest' in all that was going on around him in the colony. For thirty-four years or more he had watched its growth and advancement from the ignoble position of a mere out- lying penal settlement of New South Wales to the dignified and important status of an independent nrovinte. 1 From 1837 to the time of bis death, lie watched its progress with a solicitude which never flagged-rejoicing in its prosperity, and sorrowing...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATH. MORRIS.—On 23rd February, 1873, at her residence, George-street, Rockhampton, Eliza, the beloved wife of W. H. Morris, and daughter of Joseph Clark, Cleve- land Point, Brisbane, aged 31 years. (Maitland and Brisbane papers please copy.)

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

SBIPPING INTELLIGENCE. February 28.— Light Brigade, clipper ship,1248 tons register, Goorge Holden, commander, from London on the 3rd December. Passengers—First Cabin—Mr. and     Mrs. Curd and child, Mr. and Mrs. George, Mr. Thomas   Currie, Mr. Woodthorpe, Mr. Johnson. Second Cabin— Godfrieden Bodeu, Carl Boden, Oscar Boden, Luto J. Boden, Elizabeth J. Coar, Alfred Cumber, Mary Cumber, John Jackson, George Jackson, Donald Mackay, Mary Ruthbone, Robert Stephenson, Thomas Stephenson, Dora Somerville, Edward Luart, William Sargent, Andrew Sargent, Elizabeth Sargent, Alfred Groom, Louisa Groom. Thirty-nine full-paying steerage passen- gers, ninety-seven assisted, forty-two remittance, and one hundred and thirteen free.   The clipper ship Light Brigade left Gravesend     on Sunday, December 3 ; passed through the Downs at 11 p.m. same day ; the pilot left at the Isle of Wight on Monday following ; took her dep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 29 February 1872

AUSTRALIAN MEAT AGENCY. CENTRAL DEPOT, 31, Norton Folgate, London, E.O. D. TALLKRMAN, MANAGER. THE nbovo aro prepared to receive consignments of Preserved Mcots end to dispose of tho same through their various branohes, which are in course of establishment in every town and district of Great Britain. HARRISON, JONES, 4 DEVLIN, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, WOOL BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, ABD CATTLE SALESMEN. Wool Stores, Circular Quoy; Sale Yards, Fullagcrs, Homebush, and Sydney i Offices, Bell's Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney. .? -.-3 TO THE STOCK-OWNERS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. rpHE Undersigned are prepared to A RECEIVE CONSIGNMENTS of 8TORE | end FAT STOCK, and having Establishments at Wagga Wagga, Deniliquin, Sandhurst, and Ballarat, they are in a position to ensure prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to them. ETTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, & CO., 43, Quecn-Btrect Melbourne, and 181, Pitt street, Sydney. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL.& CO., IN LIQUIDATION. *. WE, the unde...

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