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

Captain Johnson, of the cutter William and Henry, reports having experienced heavy weather since leaving Gladstone. He had to nnchorTiU craft off Moat Head Uland for a, fortnight «od camp ashore, the wind being too atrong to permit ot Iiis setting sail. The Jjady Bowen, »., left Brisbane for Mary- borough en Wednesday at 2 p.m., and reached Maryborough at 1'20 p.m. yesterday.' The Tinoneo, s.s., left Townsville for Bowen yesterday. 'The Kgmont, M., passed out of the Mary Brer yesterday. The James Paterson, s.a., leaves this morning É^aojasMajaskanDu were last evening-Messrs. J. Forrest, H. B. Barrison, and seven in the steerage.

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

AT noon on Tuesday, thc meeting of doctora vas held to nomiuale a candidato for tho Leichhardt Ward in the room of Ur. A. Q. Henrique?, resigned. There was a very small attendance. Tho only nomination sent in was one proposing Mr. G. M. Leigh as a candidate for the vacant office. Thit gentleman was ' therefore declared duly elected, and tha pro- ceedings terminated. OK and after Monday next, thc following time table for tho inland runils will como into j force:-Mails for Gainsford will leuvo Rock- hampton on Mondays and Saturdays at ll a.m., | returning to Rockhampton on Mondays find Thursdays, at 5 30 p.m. Tho Clermont mail will leave Rockhampton on Mondays, iiiBtead of Wedncidayaatlla.nl., returning to Rock- j hampton on Thursdays, ut G 30 p.m., instead of on Mondays, as by tho present arrangement. A HEStOBUL goes down to the Minister for Lands by this morning's mail, praying for tho sale of u portion of tho reserve ut tho Pilot Station, Keppel Hay. In this case thc land is wanted...

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

a. & J. ZAIR'S WHIPS. \¡f May ba bad of all reepcc » table dealer« throughout the f*Abt |IJÍ**N»1OIÚ"BS. NOTICE. PASSPORTS FOR FOREIGN TRAVEL. THE attention of Foreigners natu- ralised in the Colony of Queensland, «ho may be doiiroue of travelling in Europe, is invited to a Notice published in tho Government Gazette of Saturday, 14th October, 1871 relative to the issuo of Passports for Foreign ?*?'?*? the Australian nnd New Zealand Trades, and «ell known for their superior durability. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, October 16,1871. Travel. H. n. MASSIE, Under Colonial 8ccrotary. BICHARD GIBSON & CO. j (LAIT or Djxmnor CAMPBELL & co.), SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMAN, _ 72, QuEEN-srBEBT, MELUOÜEIÍÍ. ACCOUNT SALES rendered and proceed» paid in Catii tho doy after sale. Commission 81- per cent, on Fat Stock. Same rate for Store Stock, lett Bank discount. . James Mann ... .. Deniliquin. J Wilkinson, Mann,&Oo. Wagga Wagga. Chas. St. Baker ... Forbe...

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

5®" For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, Sus., please see Front Page. TO LET, a FURNISHED COT- TAGE, near the Ferry. Apply to Mr. E. I/. »MMN, or to Ur. B. PENK. SUPERFINE TINTED EMBOSSED CARDS for Ball Programmes, to be obtained at the Bulled* Office. FOR SALE.-Merino RAMS, Short - bom and Hereford BULLS. ARCHER 4 CO. Gracemere. FOR SALE, ABOAT, substantially built of cedar, with Masts, Sail«, etc., complete. Apply to G. B. SHAW, Quay-street. HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS (UNBROKEN). FOR SALE.-SIXTEEN HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS, just orrircd, in good condition, very quiet, and fit for immediote use. Apply to Mr. WILKINSON, Rocklands, Croco- dile Bead, where these very fine animals can be inspected. BOOKBINDING. WMUNRO faaB pleasure in inti * meting that haring engaged a FIRST CLASS WORKMAN, is now in n position to execute BOOKBINDING IN EVERT fcTïfiE. N.B.-AU work done on the premises. SAWN HARDWOOD. THE undersigned is Agent for the Sale of Timber sawn ...

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GEORGE HUDSON, THE "RAILWAY KING." [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

GEORGE HODSON, THE "BAILWXY! KING." ' i G ronara HUDSON- lins died in what may bo called, by coroparisou, onay circum- stances, nud Btrnngo ns it may sound, was careful to save a portion of Iiis income nud not nvcrso to dwelling on tim fact. " It shows what economy and good management will do, you know, and how little a man really wants to enjoy himself, when I tell you that out of the annuity which my good kind friends subscribed for me I have boon able to put by £-(naming a sinnli BUIII) ia eighteen months." " But it wasn't given you for that, you know, Hudson," replied ono of his auditors-"it was given to make you thoroughly comfort- able, aud not to save"-whereupon the whilom Itailway King insisted that lie had no wants unsupplied, and tlint lie meant tn sit in Parliament again yet. His spirit was to tho day of lu's death as fresh, sanguino, and life-enjoying os a boy's; and when the writer of this notice met him last, a month or two ago, lie was confident tlint he should once m...

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

BIBTSS, 2UBBIdOB8, AND DEATHS. BIBTH, BAST.-0« the flth Instant, at ber residence, Derejr .treet, VII. J. Hut, ore danjnter. MARRIAGE. SAKQKKT-ïtunu.-lt Bockhemnton, on the nth instant, Hr. Andrew Sargent, totodlmutar, to Alie«, duwlitw of Mr. Mletasel namul, turner, County Tyrone, Ireland. DEATH. Buws.-At Emu Park, on the «ill Instant, William Jenn Brown, Snb-Oottector of Customi, Bocfcuami ton, aged *S yean. THE AUSTRALASIAN A STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" James Pater »>D," To-morrow (Frida;) Morning, at 7. For GLADSTONE. BUNDABERG, M.l BYBOEODOH, and BBÍSBANE. ^^^llílf^lilajlorntatat-ytfcloct. '? *{*Vot '" ïiÔHTHESif BOBX&-« Tinonee," OD or »bout 16th instant. F. £>. HARKER, Agent. Rockhampton, March 7.1672. "LOED ASHLEY," S.S. fnHB"Lord Aihloy," s.s., *? CirTAin BBISTOW, will Amte BRISBANE for KOCK -. HAMPTON, ru MARY- BOROUGH, «id GLADS TONK, on or obont SATDÄDAY, March 9. i For Fares and Sales of Freight apply to B. M. SÜSTE&...

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THANKSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

THANKSGIVING SERVICE'. TUE arriviil of the Sydney and Brisbane nulli liss (mt tn in possession of Ibo order nf s-ri-r used on this occasion in Brisbane. Our An^li cnn friends trill hare the opportunity of seeing bow far their northern position made them losers either in respect to tho whole serrice or in its respective parli'S. Proper Psnlms : 81-103 Proper Lessons ¡ Imijli, xitriii., veso 0 to 20 ; 1 Timothy, ii, to verse 9.-O Internal nnd Most Merciful God, who hath made itv huppy in thi knowledge of Thy providence, which governs and preserves all things, both in iTciven mid Ka ri li, by irhnsn goodness tho Heir to tho Throne of this Kcnhn hos been mercifully preserved in tho hour of danger, accept our hearty thanks and pruiss for this great merer vouchsafed in ibis Church and nation. We have sinned many ways against Thee, O I/ird ; iront that wo mav not turn a deaf oar to thi* loud call to repentance. Continue, wo beseech Thee, Thy providential care to our gracious Qurcn, ber Doy...

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

Ojf.K ron ILL-Mistreat i »By the way -Ai nar- Hannah-I1 sn not sure. Ia your nome , A imo* or 'Hannah'?"-New Cook (tarilv) : " Which my name is Anna, Mom-Hsieh, Hu, ISHen, lien, Ila, Haich,-'Anna' Mistrets (giving it up in despair) : Ah t Thank yon.

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

' Si. BWPHBH'B OATHKDEii.-The following bit oMnformition, which we take from the Courier, will interest many here :-Tho holden ft ticket! for the, grind drawing in aid of St. . Stephen'* Roman Catholic Cathedral will be wiad to leam that the drawing ii arranged to take place during the week commencing April lt or April 29. A aupplementary bazaar will ?lao take place at the aame time, and bia Bxcellency the Governor and lady Normanby bave contented to give their patronage. The banar promises to be quite aa attractive aa any of tba -previous ones inaugurated under the ?ams auspices, and will, there is no doubt, meet with a large support from the public We are requested to mention that the original number of tioketa issued for the grand drawing has never been added to, aa some persons sup- posed, and therefore the chances of the holders . winning any of the valuable prizes have not -bean decreased by the delay which circumstances rendered unavoidable. The holders of duplicates of sold ...

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THE ENGLISH PRESS ON THE EXECUTION OF ROSSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

THE BDTGLISH PEKS3 OK THE EXECÜ ?. HON OF BOBS BL. A leading article in the same issue of the London Daily Newt ia which the above account appears, says : ' We print thu tmoMMog^ntails of the - shocking tragedy which was enacted yesterday in front of the artillery* butts at Satory. These details will, for many a day to come, be engraven on the .re- collection of France. Memories written in blood are hard to forget. In the deliberate execution of Colonel Bossel, the Government of M. Thiers-r-become for moment the. tool of t. the pusill- animous vengeance of the provinces has bequeathed to the people of Paru) and of France à dangerous legacy of re- membrance. Every right-minded man in Europe will protest against this monstrous and unpardonable blunder and crime. The story of Bossel^ending with the execution of yesterday, must be considered entirely apart from the Commune. As for his companions of yesterday, we have little to say. Ferre, more particularly, was a malevolent fire- brand,...

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

TE IKFAXT Paumior.-Maggie: "Why ii your hair aa grey, Mamma f " liamma : " Welt because you're aooha naughty child eometimes." Maggie: "What a naughty child you mutt bare been ! Poor Grand nu's hair ii quite white I SKETCHED AT ISLnfOTOK.-Purchaier : "K-A-T-L is no the way to snell 'cattle.'" Drover (writing the receipt) : " Naebody could spell wi1 this pen. There's been ow» mony drucken bodies usin it !" Av AJUBIOAH Vnw OF POLTHBSIAK ELAVEBY.-The horrible cruelties that hare been practised upon the Polynesians for the past two or three jean by slave dealers hare resulted at last in a massacre of the white residents at Tanna, a seulement in one of the group of islands. A traveller, who has raceotly returned from the westward, declare that the slave kidnappers of the Pacific are, if possible, mere brutal than ware their fellows on the African coast According to the statement of tins gentleman, from fifteen to twenty vessels nave been constantly employed for more than two years in car...

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FHE LATE MR. W. J. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

THE LATE MR. W. J. BROWN. MR. WILLIAM JOHN BROWN, late Sub- Collector of Customs, died at Emu Park at ten o'clock on Monday night, after an illness of four and a-half hours. The intelligence of this sad event, which reached Rockhampton at five o'clock on Tuesday morning, spread rapidly through the town, and carried a universal feeling of surprise and sorrow. We have endeavoured to gather reliable information as to the circum- stances attending the death, from Mr. Vernon Brown, surveyor, by whom the first news arrived. It appears that Mr. W. J. Brown, with his son, Mr. William Brown, and Mr. Alexander Grant, went down to the sea, a short distance from the Brighton Hotel, for a bathe, at about half-past five o'clook on Monday evening. His little boy was also with him. He did not remain in the water long, but went back to the rocks and dressed himself. After this, Mr. William Brown observed his father sitting on the rocks or sand beckoning to him, but thinking it waa simply a hint that...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 7 March 1872

MANIFESTS. IMWABDS. Mardi 6.-Jame« Paterson, e.«., from Sydnoy : 2 cases nails, 1 bundlo galvanized iron, 1 uar iron, C bars steel, 20 axle boxes, 10 blocks, 1 cask allocs, 1 sack truck, 1 wheelbarrow, 2 bundles sheet iron, 8 bundles wire, 2 cusks 1 oise chimneys, 4 kegs nails, 1 cask, 1 case, 1 bundle eaws, 1 bundle, Boll and Gardner ; 20 cases etarcli, 2 cases confectionery, 2 cases hams, 1 dato capers, 50 cases brandy, 2 casks biscuits, IS mate sugar, 4 bags rice, C eases fish, 5 half bat reis herrings, 7 cases oil, 4 cooes matches, C cases sauces, 3 caseB salmon, 1 bag pepper, 2 bags maizomeal, 1 case cocoa, W. F. Walton ; 8 cases oil, 2 coses curry, 1 bag oat- meal, 4 boxes starch, 12 boxes sperms, 24 bars iron, 2 cases castor oil, 1 keg nails, 1 case, 1 bundle saws, 1 case, 1 case figs, A. W. S. Smith ; 4 bundles spades, 1 bundle forks, 6 grindstones, 1 bundle saws, 1 erato, 1 Bask, 1 bag oatmeal, 1 case hams, 1 case olives, 4 cases sauce, 1 case, 1 parcel blacking, 2 cases, 6...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

IMP0ÜNDDÍQ8. ROCKHAMPTON.-By Messrs. Birkbeck Bro?., Glenmore, Bili March, 1872* Driving ls. 8d. ond Forry le. per bend :-Bey boree, grey face, white Iliad feet, like g near shoulder, saddle marked. Bay colt or rig, small white streak down face, off fore and off hind foot white, branded Ii near shoulder. Light grey marc (draught), W over BM (tho H within M) over like hour glass near shoulder, like C over ace of spades off shoulder. Bark ¡ron grey filly, like 2 or hour glass near shoulder. Chesnut pony mare, star, I'M over JG near shoulder, saddle marked. Light bay mare, black points, diamond near rump, W over like 631 off shoulder. If not released will bo sold 25th March, 1872.-GEO. BABNAJID, Poundkeeper. BOOKHAMTTON.-By Mr. B. Palmer, Port Curtis Eoad, on 12th February, 1872. Damages, 2s. Gd. ; driving, 4d, per head :-Red and whito cow, slit off ear, SC off thigh, like Q over Qoff ribs, D near rump. White heifer, <jE near rump. Strawberry cow, off hip down, D near rump, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

Captain Johnson, of tho cutter William and Henry, reports haring experienced heavy weather since leaving Gladstone, lie had to anchor his craft off Mast Head Island for o fortnight and camp aehoro, tho wind being too strong to permit of his setting soil. The Queensland, e., loft Gladstone for Mary borough at 7'30 p.m. on Thursday. The Janies Paterson, s.s., left Keppel Bay for Sydney at 1 p.m. yesterday. A ship was in eight to the north of Woody Island yesterday morning. The Boomerang, a., reached Townsville yester- day. The Lady Bowen, t., left Brisbane for Mary- borough on Wednesday at 2 p.m., reached Maryborough at 1*20 p.m. on Thursday, and left for Gladstone at 11*50 a.m. yesterday. She nay bo oxpected at the wharf at ten o'clock to-night. The Tinonee, s.e., left Townsville for Bowen on Thursday, and arrived at tho latter port at 3 p.m. yesterday. The Egmont, s.s., passed out of the Mary River on Thursday. The Balclutha, s.e., left Sydney for Rock- hampton on Thursday. The Lord...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

AN AMERICAN VIEW or POIYNESIAN SLAVBBT.-Tlie horrible cruelties that hare been practieod upon the Polynesians for the pict two I or three yean by «lave dealers have resulted at last in a massacre of thc wbite residents at Tanna, a settlement in one of tho group of I islands. A traveller, who has recently returned from the westward, declare that the elevo kidnappers of the Pacific ore, if possible, more brutal than were their fellows on the African coast. According to thc statement of this gentleman, from fifteen to twenty vessels have been constantly employer! for more than two years in carrying off the Polynesians to cultivate cotton in Fiji, Queensland, and Tahiti. The kidnappers «tart from their ships at midnight, I and make their excursions with great caution until they approach near enough to the huts of I their victims. Brands are then applied to the i light inflammable roofs, and in the midst of the I confusion that follows the poor scared creatures I ere borne down upon and ...

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THE ENGLISH PRESS ON THE EXECUTION OF ROSSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

THE ENGLISH PEESS ON THE EXECU- TION OF ROSSEL. A leading article in the same issue of the Loudon Daily News in which the above account appears, says : 'We print thiB morning details of the shocking tragedy which was enacted yesterday in front of the arlillery butts at Satory. These details will, for many a day to come, be engraven on the re- collection of France. Memories written in blood are hard to forget. Tn the deliberate execution of Colonel Bossel, tho Government of M. Thiers-become for moment the tool of the pusill- animous vengeance of the provinces- | has bequeathed to tho people of Paris, »nd of Prance a dangerous legacy of re- j membrance. Every right-minded man in Europe' will protest against this monstrous and unpardonable blunder and crime. The story of Bossel, ending with the execution of yesterday, must be considered entirely apart from the Oom tn une. As for his companions of yesterday, we have little to say. Ferre, more particularly, was a malevolent (ire brand, a...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

WOOL SALES. fidles by J. T. Simes and Co., November 30 : Ex Windsor Castle : Leichhardt, 6 scoured at 23d, 1 at 22d ; F&B over Carnarvon, 19 at 20d, 8 at 19H, 3 at 19d. Ex Rifleman : Clark & Co. over Mantuan j Downs, 16 at 21d, 13 at 20Jd, 16 nt 20d, 8 pieces | average 18d ¡ Tine Creek, 14 at Sid, 9 at 16d, i 4 at 18id, 6 at 16d. Sale by Southey, Bairne, and Co., December Ex British Flag : Avon Downs, 9 scoured at S3}d, 9 at 22d, 2 at 20id. Ex Christina Thomson : Bowen Downs, 20 scoured at 25d, 13 at 24}d, 3 at 20d. Ex Windsor Castle : Rainworth, 12 at 22d, 2 nt 80,, 1 pieces nt 18d to 19d, 1 at lfitd. Sale by John Hoare, December 2 : Ex Christina Thomson : EB over Carnarvon, 6 at ICH, 7 at 19d, ll at 18rd, 7 at 17Jd. Ex Windsor Castle : Bowen Downs, S scoured nt2id. Ex Damascus : Craven, 13 at 19}d, 19 pieces at 18}d, 1 at 18d, 2 at 16Jd, 2 scoured at 21d, 1 et 17*d. Sale bv Webster, Darvall, and Co., December 2: Ex British Flag : 8&F over Lotus, 6 eooured a...

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EXECUTION OF ROSSEL AND FRERE. (From the Special Correspondent of the Daily News.) Versailles, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

EXECUTION OF ROSSEL AND FEEEE. (From tho Special Correspondent of the Daily Keiee.J Versailles, November 28. THE first blood of the Communists was shed to-day at Satory. Rossel, Ferro, and Bourgeous, a sergeant of the 45th Regiment, were all shot. Bourgeois was tho firpt to know his fate. At 4 a.m. he was inarched from tho Chantiers Prison to the Central Prison, iu which Rossel and Forre were confined. Though «ot told sn, he guessed that his hour had COMIC, and asking fura cigar, smoked and drank wino tranquilly in his cell, whilo the other prisoners were being awakened. The advocate, Albert Joly, aroused Rossel from a sound sleep. Bossel said, ' Friend, is it for this morning ?' Upou being answered in tho affirmative, he begged to bo left alone for a few minutes ; but this request was refused. Rossel then dregaod rapidly, and embraced Albert Joly. The Protestant minister PaBsa prayed with him. Perre jumped from his bed at a bound, was half an hour dressing, and made a careful toilo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

TO COEEESPOM3EKTS. "X.'s"lotlorl8uaeuiUid to our colamos. We cannot admit correspondenco designed to excite newspaper quarrels.

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