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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

IUPOmDIlíQS. EooKRUtrrON.-By Mr. B. Polmer, Port Curtis Eoad, oo 12th February, 1878. Damages, 2». 63. ; driving, 4d. per head .--Bed end white cow, elit off ear, SC off thigh, like P over rj ott ribs, D near rump. Whit« heifer, <jE near rump. Strawberry cow, off hip down, D near rump, like'TE or T'A off ribs. Sod and white heifer, like E off rump.-If not released will bo sold on 16th March, 1672.-GEO. BABKIKD, Poundkeeper. BAKANA.-From Moura, on tho 23rd Feb- ruary, 1872, by order of A. Macleod, Esq.; driving, 3s. each :-Chestnut maro, R over A over 610 near shoulder, collar marked, off hind foot white, foal at foot unbranded. Bay mare, O near cheek, McLXB near nock, like CO nesr shoulder, white spots under saddle, small star. Bay horse, W in diamond over like JC near shoulder, triangle in square off shoulder, like bono shoo off- ribs, »matt star, off hip down, white spots under saddle. Black more, PP near neck, W over *S near shoulder, foal at foot. Chestnut mare, S ove...

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HORT AND CO'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

HOST AND CD'S Honrnxv ctncoun. Br the arrival of the " Baroda" steamer on tho 18th instant, we are placed in possession of English adrices to the 29tli December; Telegrams, viá Suez, to thc 22nd January : and the San Francisco mail, with dates to tho Olli January have reached us simultaneously Bro days earlier. On the 22nd January our London friends telegraphed us to thc following effect : " There has been private inquiry since tho close of last series at an advance of ld. to lfd., but sellers, as a rule, are holding for public sales. An advance in prices is expected during tho next series. The market for preserved meats is firm at last quotations." From the foregoing it is clear that so far from any reaction being looked for in tho wool market, thc trade were prepared to meet further im* provement and had abandoned the expecta- tion of securing the new clip on easier terms. Facts hare even extracted from the London wool brokers tho tardy and reluctant admission that late rates are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. NOTICE.-Tho undersigned has this d«v disposed of and transferred til» COPYRIGHT and SUBSCRIBERS' LIST of th« GLADSTONE OBSERVEE to MR C. If. B07.»C0TT, of tho ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN. (Signad) JOHN DRtJERY. Gladstone, March 1,1872. REFERRING to the above, tho undersigned begs to announco that tho Qladttone Obtener is now incorporated with thc Rockhampton Bulletin ; nnd that arrange- ments have been made for the publication in this journal of ell intolligenco of local interest to the residents of the Gladstono and Calliope district. C. H. BUZACOTT. Rockhampton, March 1,1872. CALENDAS. MA. nen. ¡ItUQRUSDX. HoOK'tf AOK, o.m. p.m. 7-20 7-M 817 HM nu «39 IO 12 10-35 11-2 11-30 11-53 015 0-39 ID * Tito lino of tldo In Keppol Dnr varies from 911. tn 4rt., oodattho Upper Plat« from Git. to lort. Depth or (rater At tho Uppor Flat-In tho old or natural cbnnnel, at low water aprir.i-R, Itt. flin; hlguost springs, lift. flin. Kew cutting at low water «pringa, 6ft.; In higne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

MnEnscHAUM.-Smokers will be pleated lo learn (says thc Nan York Tribune) that large deposits of meerschaum clay have been dis- covered in Patagonia. Heretofore the supply of this material for pipes has been limited, the clay being found in Turkey, Orccoe, Asia, and on the shoreB of the Mediterranean in small quantities. A great many people fancy that their pipes are real "hydrous silicate of magnesia" (that being tho scientific name of genuine meerschaum whereas the aforesaid pipes are made of common clay coloured or of brood, and aro foul with the fortieth smoking. As meerchaums are the healthiest pipos* possible, the Patagonian dis- covery is to bc rejoiced ot. THE TOBFEY DIAMOND 3OBBKRT.-In the Court of Queen's Bench, lately, Miss Pitt, who keeps a lodging-house at Leamington, brought an action against Messrs. Bydcr, the well-known jewellers of Bond-street, to recover the £100 reward which hod been offered by tbem for the apprehension and conviction of the persons who committed t...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

Cjje |tuciijjampton bulletin AK» CENIttlL QrjEEtíSLAtíD ADVERTISE!!. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1872. TnE " New Guinea Expedition," which left Sydney lost Januury in the brig " Maria," has come to o disastrous end. Our telegram from Cardwell to-day tells a sad tale indeed. Tbe brig was wrecked on the 26th ultimo on Bramble Reef. How; our correspondent docs not state-whether by an error in reckoning, through thick or foggy weather, or through tho violence of a storm. But that the vessel, with moro than half her passengers and crew, and all her stores, ts -.if total loss, scarcely admits of doubt. It will bo reelected that tho brig "Marin," 15G tons register, Captain G irj.F.srrE, sailed from Sydney during the last week in January. She bad OD board, in addition to her craw, the colonisation party, consisting of sixty-six men. The brig cost, includiug her two boats, £950, and she was plentifully found, having five months' provisions on board, but no alcoholic liquors beyond a small supply for ...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. WRECK OF THE " MARIA," WITH THE NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION. GREAT L0SS OF LIFE—47 PERSONS MISSING. THE CAPTAIN'S BOAT ATTACKED BY BLACKS AT TAM O'SHANTER POINT, TWO PERSONS ONLY ESCAPING. CARDWELL. Wednesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ACBTttlltiN ASSOCIATED FEGSS TELEQBiStS. WRECK OF THE " MARIA," WITH THE NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION. GREAT L033 OF LIFE-47 PERSONS MISSING. THE CAPTAIN'S BOAT ATTACKED BY BLICKS AT TAM O'SHANTER POINT, TWO PERSONS ONLY ESCAPING. . CARDWELL. Wednesday, 4 p.m. Tlic brig " Mario," or Sydney, with tho Now Guinea".EippB¡t¡0¡¡,5 w«s wicked'iii Bramble Reef on "Monday, tho 26th February. Two boats, with twenty-eight (28) people, aired from tho wreck, carno herc on Sunday last, thc 3rd instant. Tho Tinonee i.s., which happonod to ba in port at the time, left on Monday in search of the missing people, numburing forty-seven (47) souls, who left Ibo wreok in rafts and boats. Among the eared are tho chief ouloer (Mr. Stratton), the third officer, ' (Mr. Arpj), Dr. Tate, Wright and Good, (able seamen) Gobio (storekeeper), nnd thc following pissengerst-Messrs. Powell, Maig. Ilargrnro, Eonig, RoSerlson, Dickman, Shovel, Cholo», Crsméliii, Misdule, Ifoclrofr, ' Lei in, Broadbent, B...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

THU LOZENGE OF PEACE.-Whilst the Her. T. Binney me occupying the pulpit nt Common Closo Chapel, Worministcr, tie «ras annoyed by sonic one in thc gallery coughing. At first the reverend gentleman made a pause, mid lookrd j towards tho individual, but on the repetition of the annoyance, ho took out a cough lozenge i from his pocket, and handed it to a gentleman near the pulpit, saying, " Give that person this." -Court Journal. EUKSTBOKB PBETENWON.-There is a new j theory of this disease recently put out by some ; eminent physician (says un American journal), which is tlmt the light and heat combined pro dure, through the rye, the deleterious ('fleets on ¡ thc brain, and that if the eyre be properly shaded and protected the iff. ct will in no case ! be produced on the brain ns in ordinary sun- stroke. This would seem consistent with the fact that in Turkish baths and other cases of heated «ir, we safely boar a much higher temperature with no such result. Som« observations hare also be...

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GEORGE TOWN, ETHERIDGE RIVER. Tuesday, 5.36 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

GEORGE TOWN, ET1TEBIDGE RIVER. Tuoídiiy, 53G p.m. NoLiN and Joaos' crushing machine tras suc- cessfully started yesterday. Tho wet season is over hero. Population is flowing in rapidly.

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. THE following notifications appear in Satur- day week's Gazette; ArroikTMENTS -Wm. Clarke, John Oraliam M'Donald, and John Aler. Gregory hare bren appointed trustees of a rcserro for recreation ground end botanic gardens at llowou. Beijamin Buncker ti be boatman pilot ot Cleveland Bay for vessels not exceeding a draught of six feet, DlsTBtCT COTJBTfi ¿OT.-Clermont has been proclaimed a place for the holding of a District Court. Addilionnl Dist riet Court rules, relating to the payment of Conrt fees, approved fay the Judges, ara published for general information. ÜE3EUVEÍ,-An extension of 60 square miles to the town Reserve of Springsure, TENDERS.-Tenders will bo received until Friday, if arch 29, for the erection of telegraphic stationl st Camboon, Condamine, Copperfield, Goondivindi, Inglewood, Leyburn, nnd Springsure. Tenders will be received nntil Friday, March 22, for the erection of new offices for the Registrar-General, .Brisbane i and for the erection ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

SBIPPISG INTELLIGUIÍCR. AHB1TAU. MAIÎCII 6.-Quocmland, a., 2M taa*. Captain firatth, from ïlrlibime, via Maryborough, Bundaberg, md Gladstone. riuBCUROre-Mw. M'Grogor, Mrs. Donica??, Mm. F. Waltou, Master Doulonvy, Mosirs. A. B. Wobutor, J, C. Colena, A. G. Asher, Whitehill, C. J. l'orbe*, and 25 lu tho stocrnjço. Morell 5 -James riiLornon, BA, 2fl2 tons. Captain Saunders, from Sydney. l'asscngcr..-Mrs. Mitchell, Mesar*. Myer-, W. Taylor, C. rraod, and Uro in tho stoorago, _

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

COMMERCIAL. THE Jamos Paterson brines Sydney files ? to Thursday last. The Herald of that j date reports: Thc Oriental Bani Corporation has reduced its rates for interest on fired deposit« and dis- count«. On cash credits and overdrafts the charges in future will be 6 per cent upwards, according to agreement. The inquiry for investments in the stock nnd share market is still strong. Transactions this morning showed more firmness in quotations, both for dividend-paying stocks and mining speculations. In bank «took we note eales of New South Wales at the advance noted on Monday. Mining purchases very numerous, especially so in tin companies. Copper shares steady. Beak Downs at £S{. Consols at ls. Mount Perry, £2. The import, markets wcro a little more active to-day. The demand was confined to trude orders end country supplior. Oornsacks were inquired for, but wc heard of no actual transac- tions, aa holders ask high prices. Millen arc inquiring for whcit, and offer slightly less than ...

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SUPREME COURT, BRISBANE. Wednesday, February 21. IN EQUITY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

SUPREME OOÜRT, BRISBANE. Weivesiay, February 21. Iv EQOrrT. BEFOBR Hts Honor Sir James OocUc, Chief Justice. A.J.8. BAKE V. DOEIND1 PABXBB AWD OTHERS Ur, Hording, instructed by Messrs. Little, and Browne, applied 01 behnlf of tho plaintiff's, for leavo to accept the offer nf William Pattison with respect to certain land at Rockhampton, which formed portion of the eslate of John Alexander Watt, lalo of tint town, which woe ordered to bo sold by n decree made in the cause on tho 18th November, 1866. It appeared that the plaintiffs hod purchased what tras sup- posed to be the whole of a bloch of lund in the estate, but it subsequently transpired thot their purchase was only of portion, and tho present application was in respect to the remainder. Mr. Smith, for Messrs Macpherson and Lyons, consented to the application, and leave was granted accordingly. t. B. BBAltDON AK» OTB EBB V. BOÜBL, AND ANOTttKE. This was a summons st the instance of tho defendant celling on the plaintiff to show...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

SMALL DEBTS CO ÜBT. I TOB usual monthly Niling of l!ii» rourt was held yertrrdnv, before tim Police Magistrate and I Mr. J. Mucrirlane, J.P. UNDEFENDED. Wood r. Wood-Claim, £12 19s. Od., for goods. Verdict for plaintiff, with £2 12s. costs. I Fees e. King.-Claim, £i3 4 s. 10d., for goods. Verdict for plaintiff, with £2 itt. costs. Speedy execution vas granted in this case. ÍDJOrnKED CAUSES. Bond ri. Allen.-Claim, £i 2s., for board and lodging. Verdict for plaintiff, with 16s. costs. Morgan n. Raff.-Claim, £1212s., witness's expenses. Verdict for plaintiff, £1 8s., with £1 7s. 6J. costs. BEFEKDF.D CAUSES. Smith e. Cook.-Claim £10 15s. lld., for goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff, with £2 17s. costs. A number of cases were settled out of court, or adjourned in addition to thc abore. I

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THE "QUEENSLAND," S., AT BUNDABERG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

THE "QUEENSLAND," S., AT BUNDABERG. XBB visit of Ule first sca-^oing sleomer to thc lately established but flourishing little town of Bundaberg is an event worthy of more tbon passing notice. For eome time past inducements hare been offered to the A.S.N. Company to allow their steamers to call there, and on Sunday lastjabout noon, the hearts of the Bundabergians vero delighted at seeing the noble "Queons land " ploughing her way through the silent waters of the Burnett River towards tho town- ship. The steamer anchored alongside the wharf about half-past o ie o'clock, and was boarded by Mr. Hughes, Police Magistrate ond Snb-collrclor, Mr. Tngli«, Mr. Bell, and other gentlemen whose names we have not heard. (In passing, we may noto tlut Mr. Hughes is tho gentleman pf that name who was in business in Ibis town for a short timo last year. Mr. Inglis il also an old ond respected Rockhampton pinn ; and Mr. Bell is a brother of Mr. Arthur.Bell, of this town.) The "Queensland" luring a con...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

8YDNEY. Wednesday croning. Thc Pioneer Tin Company lies been floated, with a capital or £60,000. The mino is situated on the Queensland border.

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GLADSTONE. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

GLADSTONE. Tuesday evening. Thanksgiving Day «ras closely obscrrod hero. There tras a display of fireworks in tho ovening. j

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. FRIDAY, MARCH 8,1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. FURTHER NEWS OF THE " MARIA'S " CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

" . um CKSTBIX QrjEEiisDA.ND ADVEBTIBEB. FRIDAY, MARCH 8,1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ACiHUXUX ASSOCIATED PBESB TEtSOBlJIB. FUETEES NEWS OP THE « MARIA.»S " CREW. CARDWELL. Thur«*»?, 6 p.m. AT 10 o'clock yesterday morning tero men' named Witton and Bullirán, forming part of the oaptain'a boa t's omar of the sehooner " Haría," '. ssrrived here. They vere in a state' of nudity, sÄäaay they bad been so fire days. When tbs blacks attacked them they retreated to the sea, trna swam some distance from the «hore. The .Uacka kept them there till darli, when they left jUjar swimming several rivers they returned to ;i|mllt being followed by the blacks they lay . ?'.'iii there for two days. : " The men reached Cardwell in a state of pros- tration, having sword and apear wounds on dhTsrent part« of their bodies^ They are now ?in afcir way of recovering. The two eearab boats bave returned. The ' second boat to go out, on sanding at Tam O'shanter Point, was roshsd by hundreds of Micks. Her crew, ho...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. Two discharged hospital wardsmcu agreed to shoot each other yesternight; oae hu died, and the other been apprehended and remanded on a tírargo of murder. Mr. Vogel, Colonial Treasurer of New Zealand, has purchased for his Government from tho Melbourne Argue and Sydney Herald, tho right to supply the New Zealand Press with Associated Press Telegrams.

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EXECUTION OF ROSSEL AND FERRE. (From the Special Correspondent of the Daily News.) Versailles, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

EXECUTION OF BOSSEL AND FEBRE. {From the Special Corretponietit of the Haili/ Nemt.i Veraaule«, November 28. I THE first blood of the Commuaists was shed to-day at Satory. Bossel, Ferre, and Bourgeous, a sergeant of the 45th Uegiment, were all shot Bourgeois was the first,to know bis fate. At 4 a.m. he was marched from the Chantiers Prison to the Central Prison, in which Bossel and Ferre were confined. Though not told so, he guessed that his hour had come, and asking fura cigar, smoked and drank wine tranquilly in his cell, while the other prisoners were being awakened. The advocate, Albert Joly, aroused Soasel from a sound sleep. Bossel said, ' Friend, is it for this morning ?' Upou being answered jn the affirmative, he begged td be left alone for a few minutes ; but this request was refused. Bossel then dressed rapidly, and embraced. Albert Joly. The Protestant minister Passa prayed with him. Ferre jumped from his bed at a bound, was half an hour dressing, and made a careful toile...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

-j-ka^ fflHB AUSTRALASIAN ?»3BHR^_A STEAM NAVIGATION 4¡fl¡fl*gV^ COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Jame« Pater- son," Thia Morning, at 7 o'clock. For GLADSTONE. MARYBOROUGH, and BRISBANE.-"Lady Bowen," on or about Tuesday next. ' For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or about 16th instant. F. L. BARKER, Agent. Rockhampton, March 8,1872. " LOED ASHLEY," S.S. «, rPHE " Lord Ashley," s.s., OBW&3^. ClMAHt SBIBTOW, will <VlNJi\i\%. Uara BRISBANE for ROCK ift'lfflTieiii HAMPTON, eta MARY- BOROUGH, and GLADSTONE, an or about SATURDAY, March 0. For Fares and Rates of Freight apply to R. it. HUNTER & CO., Agenta. SONS OF TEMPERANCE SPECIAL MEETING, THIS (Friday) EVENING, in the Clus Room, at 8 o'clock. J. E. POORS, R.S. TO BE RAFFLED, ADIAMOND RING, THIS (Friday) EVENING, at Half-past Eight O'Clock, at MARTIN ZIMMERMANNES European Hotel. THE Committee of the Port Cartis and Leichhardt Districts Hospita! ara requested to attend the usual MONTHLY MEETING, THIS ...

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