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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

mult Axit u ouït A LUS arron r. TUE Horse Market this week bas sh.v.n a more lively tone, although prices Lave receded considerably ; the class of stock brought toward for sale lus boil in poor condition, tlie principal of ubi. b «ere horses returning bom est editions Our weekly tale of last Satunlay was much better attended than anticipated, and the lots offered by the hani.ner caused considerable competition ; about fifti-cn head were disposed of at prices £li 10». to XIS : We qu..te go A back, in condition, ¿.20 to : interior, £10 to £15. Working Bullocks much en-iuired for ; no sales to rejMiit.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. ROCKHAMPTON. December 4, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

SMALL DE ¡i TS CO VB T. RfiCKiiAMpros. Drntn'ji.i- 4, 1 J i lim Trimer r. John Armstrong. Fof timber s'ilil, claim £5 12s. Verdict for I defendant. Fred.rick Danker ». Dean anil Crosby. Claim for comjieusatioii fir ¿j iuds lent and not returned. I'l.-iinlilf not apjtcar ing. verdict was given for defendant. John Cross >-. Joh» «J-Donijill. For cartage, claim ¿Jos. Verdict tor jiLiinütí, with ós. csu. POLICE.-Tho report of police caws disposed of during the week, ami the I'uMicau*' Licensing Meeting will lie given in our next ís»uc. I

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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TO THE PUBLIC, ESPECIALLY THAT OF QUEENSLAND. IN RE " BARTLEY V.ROW". Tried at Ipncich. November 7,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

TO THE PUBLIC, ESPECIALLY THAT OF QUEENSLAND. IN RE "BARTLEY V. BOW." Tried at Ipswich, November 7,1861. I SUBMIT the following statement of facts, not for the sake of my character, but simply in order to demonstrate to the public that, in the nineteenth century, in Queensland, it is possible for a man to buy property from one who has honestly and legally acquired it, to pay hard cash for it, and yet to be openly robbed of it according to law. One George Thorn, of Ipswich, had what is called a "sweeping bill of sale," payable on demand, over the stock in trade of Richard Barnes, chemist, of the same place, giving him power to sell the stock by pri- vate contract or public auction, as he chose, which he puts in force, and advertises Barne's stock for sale. Barnes comes to Brisbane to my house at nine at night, and begs of me to help him, if I can (he having been told to try me as a friend in need),and save his family from ruin. Without having bound myself to do so. i send to the sale...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

The Clarence has experienced fine weather throughout the passage. The Jenny Lind   was at Port Curtis when the Clarence left. The Duke of Wellington left Sydney on the 15th ultimo, entered Keppel Bay on the   Ist instant, and arrived at Rockhampton on the 4th instant— north-east winds and calms throughout the passage. The Jenny Lind left Sydney on the 18th Nov., and put into Broken Bay on the 21st tbrough stress of weather, their being very   violent northerly gales. Sailed on the 22nd,   and arrived et Port Curtis on the 29th, making one of her usually rapid trips. Sighted the Persia, from Gladstone to Bris-   bane, twenty miles east of Bustard Bay, with immigrants. She brings one of the largest consignments ever brought in one vessel to Bockhampton, principally for Mr. John Palmer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

FOR SALE. 5000 ï°i6to°0 WEANERS~ Mr. A.PFEEZ, Little Quay-sL, HoeUhau>pton. Nelson Diggings, Peak Downs. WINTER AND CO. WILL supply DIGGERS with stores 1 .nd implement* st Bocklwmpton prices, at the YAAMBA GEKEBAL «TOBE. Hones! Bones! FOR BAL.E.-Upwards of Fifty Head of HOUSES, the property of Mr. Wil , liam Brown, all of which have been carefully aborted for this mars et from the herds of Richard Dian, Esq-, Bouldan and ÎW11. These Bones are broken in for saddle and [ hara rai and draught. Apply to WILLIAM HBO WU Rockhampton. Dec. Sad, 186i: Mattoe. IHEREBY eautio« any person from takln« TWO CHEQUE» dravo 00 the I Bank of Australasia, Brisbane, the first dated Sep. 12.1861. No. 18, for £3 ; and the second dated Oct. as, 1HL for O 16s; tbs two drawn In favour of John Aldcroft, by Jamt-a Cockerill, on tba Bank of Australasia, Bris ! bane-lott OB ot about tb» nth Nov, 1B61 JOHN ALDCBOFT. Dawson Bi ver. Korembur SS, 1861, ASHDOWN AND CO.'S j QREAT CLEARING OUT SALE, i previooi to th...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

BEAL PBOPEBTT ACT.-Our readers ore aware that, during the last session of parliament, an act was passed adopting in the main the provisions of the Real Property Act of South Australia. As very important alterations in the civil eervice were rendered necessary in con- sequence, and as it was desirable to as- certain the working or rontine of the act in the colony wherein it oiigiuated, the government made an arrangement whereby Mr. F. O. Darvall, the Regis- trar-General, was enabled to visit South Australia for the purpose of obtaining the requisite information. What the re- sult may be it is not for as to conjecture. We hear, however, that Mr. Darvall bas returned to Sydney, and will probably arrive in Brisbane by the next steamer. From all that we can hear it seems more than probable that the machinery foi working out the Beal Property Act will be brought into force by the 1st of De cember, although its official operation will not take place before the 1st o: January, that being th...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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SCENE FROM THE SEAT OF WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

SCJQÍK FBOM THC BUT OF Vf AB, CK AMEHICA. j Vommander in~Chi<f - Mr. General, would you be kind enough to attack the I encnty f \ General-Let mc nee, ulul a to-day ? . is it not thc 27th July ? Grtnmo*ifer-*'n-C7iiV/-Without doubt. General-Oh, it ¡g. Then pray tell I me what o'clock it is. (%>¡Hmauder- iu-C/iiff- Ju<4. «X. Ilitteral-Then 1 inu«-t wry g»»od-by. Commander-in-Cimf- Hui, my good general, thc light is just beginning in ; real earnest. j towera/-I am really very sorry ; but it has nothing to do with me. On the ! 17th April I entered into an agreement j with the Union for three mouths service. j My time is up, and I'm off'. j Cotnwander-in-Chief- But Ï entreat you, dear General, just to 6tay, if only for a few minutes. If you don't attack the left wing of the enemy just at this mo ? ment the battle will be lost. General-I'm really very sorry. Bul business is business. My contract Commander tn Où ff- Do you heat the terrible roar of the guns? Genera...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE JENNY LIND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

MANIFEST OF TUE JENNY UND. Froto Sydney: 1 pkg tobáceo, 1 J-ck .burry, lt mst« 66 i «gs sugar, 6 ess ate, i f-chts tea, 1 cs pip«*. 1 cs ironmongery, 2 Vp*, nail*. I cs drapery, 1 cs boots, 1 l<p "salt. CO hgs flour. 12 camp ovens. £ cart arms. 20 cart bole*. 1 ck oil. 5 ow Chinese oil, 1 ok tinware. 1 «valer tank. 3 odis basket*. 7 bab« bay. 1 pkg «halters. 1 cs gun and ammunition, Foe ; z ess brandy, 2 cks beer, 2 ess champagne. 1 CS pott. 1 los frutp, 2 ess. Laniach : 1 kg, 1 pkg tobacco, 2 cs* brandy. 2 cks whiskey, t Ut rum. 1 cht tea. lc*claret, 1 ck treacle, I CS champagne, 6 cks port«, C cks ale, 33 baçs 4 fahdsvugar. 4 cfcs l<nttled ale, 4 chis tea, 14 ¡bxs soap, 355 bgs Sour, 1 pole dray, I pkg twtue, 26 hg* salt. 2 ess I truck boots, 6 cst groceries, 2 kgs 1 cs vinegar, 1 cs iron- mongery. 3 ess »tndrie». 1 ck I kt limejuice, Î ess oil, 2 CES lamps, 2 OBS «dlatores, 1 ck raspberry halm. 1 bx books, 1 «Inn tar, 1 bit ninstatd, 2 cks earthenware,, 2 b^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

WINTER AND CO.. VA A MUA, IJAVE ot» littnti a large Kt. ck of " ßt ATIOX Sl'ITMEH. which tlier «re prepared to «di al liockUtm.tou tmu-it ¡ .reicht aJdud. 1 j TïrA NTH D.-A *' .Servant.-Apply next Ur. Holifrtunii *. Female Genera! to Mrf. WANTED. - A Bullock Team com plet«. Apply tn Mr. A. FEEZ, l-tttlc gmr-ftewt. Hoi kn am I lion. \\f ANTED, by a person of good co- | *T Imo »I eip rienc«*, H «<lo»líon RS j OVEIJSICIJIt. ort» take «harp« of a eheep ' eetablisl.m. nt. <ñ»oJ nfen-uccs from Iii» j l»«t . ini.1ov. i8. with wlmtn In: lias (/-n.ri for j thc last thu «; jvnrs. Inquire of (Juplain FEEZ. Pnblic-house. A Ff!STCL\SS PUBLIC nOïJSlî lo i'ît in To«n. Apply to A. FEEZ. Land Orders. tpIIK IJXDERSICXKD is « Cash A. 1 >m baser of Land <Jrdcr*. A. FEEZ. NOTICE. VFEW MAItlilED MEX with familieR, row working for the Corpora- tion, are !-t.ll«i¡» ii I'.ir «'«iiai5«in«.nt. ?*I'i''3' »?* the 1 own C'l'-iJi. s Oiliee, Hy oilier. F. K. MILSE. Town Clerks O...

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MARYBOROUGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

SXARYUOROVGB. [FEOJÍ O LU OWS CORRESPONDENT] j As your readers will ere ibis be aware ! we bave had another "grand onter ! tainment " in the ahaj»e of a row among our great men, which occurrences have become-as the French minister said of suicide-" far to common/' I canuot however toueh upon this subject without remarking that the two leading characters iu the t-elif were Government officers, and caution your readers against coming at once to the conclusion that thc orfeu ders were the mucli abused jieople of Maryborough. It is reported since tire Clarence's arri- val this MÍternonn that our I'oliee Ma^is traíe, Mr. Kent, is to be removed to Gayndah. Despatches have, no doubt, arrived from the Government, but ï am unable to make you reliably acquainted with their contents. Last week two Mack-fellows named Jemmy and Lazy Johnny were charged at the Police O 8 i ce with the murder of Mr. W. C. Giles' black loy, "James Eliott." Thc deceased was christened, partly educated, and eonid tjw...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

Cjjt îlot hampton gul it (m «xarrBAi. Qoriaifit.aitp ADVtxnara. SATOEDAr, DECEMBER 7, 1861. A RMoirsTmccnoir of the northern ekc toralab bea becoinea positive necessity, and we cannot, imagine that the Govern- ment will allow tb« present Parliament tn live ont the foll term of it» existence -five years-without taking some steps towaráa the performance of this act of jtutku. Oar buntLero fellow-colonists BJOV h*ro caw* of complaint w ith regard < to some of their electorates, anti we should not object to a general re-adjust- ment, bot uo portion of (tie colony is co inadeqnatdy represented ts ours, liccaiisc no oilier part of thc colony, that we are aware of, is malting «ich rapid strides in prosperity and general advancement. As matters now stand, the North is almost disfranchised, «nd the voice we ought to have ia the Government of the country is rendered almost inaudible hy thc posi- tions and character of our several repre- sentatives. The gentleman whom the electors o...

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TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOV.26. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

TrESDir ArrKRNOoH, Nor. 26. ALTUMMH nothing of a atnpendoaslr imputait character his occurred since X dispatched ni y hist budget, I have to record an infinity of little somethings, all of which «ill, f trust, be interesting to >«Mir i«-aôVii». Vífl ur «UT m nat the rxwhich took place here dering the recent Kttinffs of the Supreme Coort, of the iiial-praetices of yetar townsman. Mr. Henry Boyle, while Conunisâooer of Crown Land» in the Msranoa district. The eise was briefly as follows:-A Mr. Fitzgerald-I lelieve of Windsor, New ^outh Wales-a wealthy squatter, took np (or bad taken up for him) a tract of territory on the Balonne Hirer, in tha year 1*47, for grazing purp Tees. Tha run extended for forty milos along the banks of the Balonne, and went five miles back, and Mr. Fitzgerald erected 0:1 vari us portions of the ran so occu- pied by him some valuable improve- ments. When Mr. Biyle, the defendant in the action, became Commissioner, he seems to have gone into the run jobbing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer "CLARENCE" We leave Rockhampton for Gladstone. [?]Brisbane, on MONDAY [-?mber] 30. ..Ken ci». -jiatcSy VD > -»ng ' [?] will be carted off and [?] and expense. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. IN pursuance of a resolution passed at a meeting of shareholders in the above   company, applications will be received for   the additional shares to be allotted by Messers. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO.. Rock- hampton. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary.   REFERRING to the above advertise- ment, the public is informed that copies of the original prospectus and forms of application for shares can be had at our office. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO. Direct Steam Communication be- tween Brisbane and Adelaide, calling at Sydney and Mel- bourne each way. THE FAST AND POWERFUL STEAM SHIP "BALCLUTHA," 750   tons, 800 horse power, has commenced running between the above-mentioned ports making the intercolon...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

BRISBANE. [rmo* or* on coKacsponar.1 ^QT-ATm-c CASE OP *' Firzeeaacs T. Bon*;" aoir CoB»ise:o*cts CAW mat THFTR ow» AccocsT ix Bra joSBrjroa ts inserier OF OTK Lan UniUTKM TO TBE ClF.crWÍTAfc'CE» OT TBC CoLOWT-* Armt'xos OF Va. LILLET ro THE BAB-"»L< CetwtvtL Afsrrfis: detraer or Dc ATV - rA-sëts os '? GEOSOIF.." rsc AMsmsas.^ Ti>\ Hare; Dcrost EiCara; TS« TAICE or Cántese ISTEKPSSTCSS ; Km. ALDFRHAS CHI»* II Tascare-AHJTJKT «rsT or A ceo rs TP WITH SSW Soers WALES -THE Escusa M »IL-THC F u KEKCE ASD GicattosD Dinarcr*-Tn LACHLAS ASD OTAGO Goto Fi ELM PR ACT: CAT. J'iEiso-TBS .' ßatxixrat " £TF.AMER-LACSCU or Tara "Beera r.tsr*," os " QOEESSLAJIB " - Satco LLISC os rac Bosnia-MIACMXAJSOCS.

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THE KENNEDY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] PORT DENISON, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

THE KENNEDY. [»?>? ott* ova co»Kinro>i>í.».T.] Port Donison. XoveirnVv 2$. DcKiKO the two weeks thai Itara elapsed tattoo the data or toy last, Ute fiual day fur payments on the land salo of tba lGlh tilt, bas passed, mai tbs net pro reeds of the sale ai« found to be . 10s, and the deed fees iWl. One fifteen ! acre, two five acre, sud one four and a ] half acre-in all, four suburban allot- ments-have boen forfeited. The b!ack boy Cbai.ey, who was sup posed to be implicated tn the death of the nativa pvdioeowu I referred to itt my last, and tho black woman about whom the difficulty originated, appear to have ' marte g y A their escape in th« diractkm of llo-dchanpton. Hiifling'ti Mack b«jr, who wa« willi them at £rst fsj Ui-sir flight, is sopp<ned to ba*« baan ««kati ami dixpatcheJ un tb« gros nd bf tba ? Mack police, The mystery, ho trevar, which asaalljr attaches to tbs duóags of this force involve* this case also. i A party of three genttansw fina Victoria and ...

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

To the tAiloT of the Bulletin. FIR,-Will you allow me through the ; medium of your columns to correct an erroneous impression which may i probably exist in thc min is of the ! public relative t » a case brought liefere '? the Court on the lîtjth ult... as reporte i in your last impression, lief ire Mr. KeUh left for Gladstone I commissioned him to hire far me two female servants (immi- grants ex " Persia "), which he did in ? due lorin, and they wore both brought i to my house as the place to which they '. bad respectively been hired. The gill alluded to in your report was in mv em- j plum.nt for six hours. Mr. K:!-h called to see ber; she was in the 1-ar with me al the lime. He called agjin to see ber when she. was in ber bedroom with my houseiii.-iid preparing to retire for the night. Shortly afterwards the boiiseui:iió «;ne to me and c-?>>ij>l..ii>v?! that she could not po lo bed iu conse- quence of Mr. Ivelsh bei 11 tr in thc room. I therefore requested him to leave,...

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To the Editor of the Rockhampton Bulletin. THE "PERSIA" IMMIGRANTS — THEIR CONDUCT SINCE ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

To th' Edï-tr nf Ú,e Rorlhimp-fm Bulletin. TUE .. l'KUSlA " 1M M I"J HAN TS-TÜEIH CONDUCT SlNCfc AKIM V Ak I SIB,-It must 1»> a source of great j pleasure to tiie inhabitants of llock I hampton, ami to thc immigrants them- selves-but it must I H? particularly so to th'»ir indefatigable agent and friend. Mr. I Ki'lsh, to bear tbat tbe young tuen and »vouien, married «nd single, are cei ducliiig ihemse.ves in their various situ- ations and occ'ipitions in an obedient, ordei'y. and praiseworthy manner: and ! that musters and servants ate alike pcr I fe^ilv satisfied with each it her. This is ¡ i as it oh ndd IH% and it tends to sdiuw the | i ^..-i-l «.'licet» thut have taken i¡npres.siu>. j j upon the ievlings and hearts of that i«> I spe,"ta"¡e cla-s of pejplc-lauding into ; this rising and 1-cantifni countr-. - -Uv the ; friendly, fatherly, good and .vliolesotue j exhortât ions of Mr. Kdt>h. t., tho«« young I «pie before and »rt vr landing in a ' f ncign ciime, in t'.e lo...

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

To die Editor «f iht Halpin. I SIB,-Cannot »'«, with tue powerful aid of ymir vaiualfo journal, gat eotue- j thikg Uk« regularity in the riiipatch of oar mails, more «specially that for j Europe-as at present it is quite au ! j rwtain on what day, Iwtnocn tlie first «tod nilli li i.f tlie current uiouth, that ; until will bo dbontdict, an-I it i* mst'er : of groat anticty to rcry many of u» wbo ! are localed at como distance from the j township, and often <»f grievous disap- pointment, that we crntuot tell on what ; «lay thc mail for Kntojie will close-au<l j c itiseipie:itly we often miss a mail that ¡il would lie most desirable to us to avail ourselves *.{. Those immediately resi- dent in Rockhampton mat- not so directly i feel the inconvenience, aa they are on the spot when the »steamer arrives, and aie <t»i Jo.it as to bei departure; but for us the case is very different-and I ahoiild certainly think that it would lie more de- sirable even for th...

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the [?] of Correspondence] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 7 December 1861

Correspondence. The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondents.   To the Editor of the Bulletin SIR,--I doubt not but that you will be   kind enough to allow me a corner in   your paper to contradict some errors   that have gone forth to the public con- cerning the late catastrophe on our   station of "CULLARINGO." In the   first place, without entering into details,   the BLACKS were not encouraged about       our place, and in fact had only been   up once prior to the final attack, and if   there had been a castle on the Run, they     would have all been killed in like man-   ner, for each man had his lot. All the       guns, &c, were loaded and at hand for   immediate use. No man would carry &nbsp...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondence.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861

Corrfspoiüifntt. ¡Tbr Editor «QI sol be rrFpouiMa for Un .EdaaU of CorrctponlenU.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. SIB.,-Allow me through the medium of ' your columns, to cell the attention of the I public to this fact-there is a great scarcity of small silver coin io Rock- hampton, and I should feel greatly I obliged could anyone inform me as to the cause. t called at one of the stores the other day, and after making some purchases, I waited to receive the change, when I was informed that no sixpences were to be had, and was requested instead to take a box of vestas for the money. This, Sir, I have also found repeated in several of the hotels, with the differ- ence of being offered cigars instead of matches. This is now so frequently occurring, and is attended with so great annoyance, that I consider the system requires 6ome alteration, and hoping to hear further on the subject, I beg to remain, Sir, dVc, Your obedient servant. j .. SILVIO." RoïfcLampton, Dec. 13th, 1861. j --_=1

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