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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 January 1872
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Muni- cipal Council waa held in the Council Chambers, . Bolaover-atreet, on Thursday afternoon, at four o'olook, Present-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Skardon, Harden, Jackson, Thomson, Schmidt, and Caporn. The minutes of the previous meeting wa» I confirmed. J OOBBXSPOVDXVOE. A 1. A letter from the Superintendent of tbe>^H Volunteer Fire Brigade, in reply to the oi^^H received from Mr. Morrey at the last meetin^HS and referred to him by the Council. The kg^^H entered into a lengthy explanation of ^*jj^^^| oumstances of tbe fire at Denis's Hotel, jH^^J controverted Mr. Morrey'* statements. '^^^H also claimed for the writer full ooDtrol-offlHiH fire engine, &c, at Cres, whilst be conBued Superintendent of the Brigade.-The KtTOB and several of the aldermen considered that the Superintendent should have entire control and ~ responsibility at fires, and the Town Clerk was instructed to make a note that taoh was the ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 January 1872
STATE of the Hospital for week ending 6lh January -Admitted during week-males, 4| remaining in Hospital-males l8, females, 1, total, 19 As inquest vos held yesterdsy afternoon, by Mr Wm Townley, P M touching the death of on inmate of the Lunatic Reception House Anna Geitc au Irishwoman and wife of a German Deoeased was admitted on the 1st instant, suffering at the time from great mental and nervous excitement A collapse afterwards took place, the patient gradually sank, and died on Tuesday night, at ten o'clock The deposi tions vere ordered to be forwarded to the Attorney General OH Thursday last Mr O S Wills, of Cullin J la ringo station, took delivery of bis forty two imported rams, whtoh hare been for the past 1 two months ia quarantine in charge of Mr Macpherson, the eheep inspector for this district The animals were fei entirely upon oaten har during their confinement, and left the quirootme i yards in good order yes'erdav Ve li ive bef ire referred to the want of proper applia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 January 1872
NEW HOME NEWSPAPER. THE LARGEST and MOST COM- PLETE NEW8PAPEB for AUSTRA- LASIA, u TEE EUROPEAN MAIL. Published in London every fourth Friday for dispatch by the Moil ma Marseilles The European Mail subscription, inclusive of postage, ia 18s per annum The European Mail is an admirable ad- vertising medium for making known matters of import to the Australasian Colonies. The European Mail may be procured of all Newsvendora Office, Colonial Building, Cannon-street^ London S V. MOBGAN, one of the Proprietors of The European Matt, is on o tour through Australasia, and will be glad to hew from parties willing to actas Agents for THE EUROPEAN MAIL THE BULLETIN GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. THE Proprietor begs to announce that he is prepared to execute orders for every description of LETTEH.PBESS PRINTING On the shortest notice, and at very moderate oncee The BULLETIN is well-known to be the most complete Printing Establishment in Northern Queensland. Its proprietor u therefore war- ranted in gu...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
DI8TEI0T OOTJHIS. Ix pursuance ot " Tit District Gourd Act of 1867" sod by authority of the same, I bereby np Koint the followingdays during the year 1871, for olding District Courts, at the sere ral tetras er places in the Northern District, hereinafter mentioned, that is to say : Criminal Jurisdiction, j Civil Jurisdiction, AT HOOIHAHPTON. Monday February 18 Wednesday Fob. 16 Monday June 6 Wednesday June f MondayBeptemberll Wednesday Sept. 13 Monday November 87 Wednesday Nor. 29 I AT «nm Monday February 27 Monday February 2 Monday June 19 Monday' June 19 Tuesday October 17 Tuesday October 17 AT auBïsouorjaH. Monday March 6 -Tuesday March 7 Monday June 26 Tuesday June 27 Monday October 9 Tuesday October 10 I AT TOWNSVILLE. I Saturday, March 25 Saturday, March 25 Friday July 14 Friday July 14 I Friday November 3 Friday November 8 -? I AT BOWEN. Wednesday, Marah 29 Wed., March 29 I Tuesday July 18 Tuesday, July IB I Tuesday November 7 Tuesday, Nor. 7 AT GLADSTONE. Wednesday April 6 W...
Commercial. LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
Commercial. LONDON WOOL SALES. ?Tnt Courier to hand per Queensland publishes the following additional wool eales : Sale by Jacomb, Son, and Co., October 7 : Ex Storm King : Mt. Hutton, 60 at 23d, 32 at 22sd, 28 pieces at 17R 2 at 16d, 3 at 13td ¡ AHD, 16 at 19i, 4 at 18d, 7 picoa» at 16d, 2 at 14+d, 64 withdrawn ; GJL, 8 at 21d. , Hales bj H. Schwarte, October 9 : Ex Border Chief: Emerald Downs, 13 at 18td, 6 withdrawn. Sate by Willans, Overbury, and Co., Octo- bers: Ex Storm King : BB, 9 at l7d, 2 pieces at 16td, '21 grease at 13Jd, 6 at 9H ¡ BW over Orion Downs, 26 at 20d, 6 at 19id, 1 at 16|d 13 pieces at 16d ; H&B over Balgourie, 9 at 25|d. By Southey, Bairne, and Co., October 10 : Ex Agnes Rose : WK over Belyando, 2 pieces et 14rd, S skill et lSld ; EIL over Belyando, 13 st 19d, 3 st Hld to 15d. Ex Jubilee: DBR over Albinia, 5 scoured pieces at ISfrd, 1 at 17d, 4 st 15fd. ' Ex Storm King : Glenore, 8 grease at '12d, 2 at Sd ; GF over Peak Downs, 1 scoured at Sid, 2 at.l...
MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
MEMBERS ELECTED. Brisbane, North (3) Briibane, South (1) Burnett, The (2) Clermont (1) Downs, Eastern (1) Downe, Northern (1) Downs, Western (2) Drayton and Too- woomba . (l) Fortitude Talley (1) Ipswich (3) Kennedy fl.) Leichhardt (2) Maranda (I) Maryborough (1) Mitchell (1) Moreton, East (2) Moreton, West (8) Port Curtis (1) Rockhampton (1) Warrego fl.) Warwiok (I) Wide Bay (1) Hon. B. Pring Dr. O'Dolicrty Mr. G. Edmondstone Mr. T. B. Stepbma Hon. J. Bramston Hon. B. B. Morrión Mr. O. de Salgé Mr. Thornton Hon. J. P. Bell Mr. R. Ramsay Mr. Wienholt Mr. W: H. Groom Mr. 0. Lilley Hon. J. M. Thompson Mr. B. Oribh Mr. J. Johnston Mr. K. O'D. M'Deritt Mr. J. Scott Mr. Boyds Mr. Miles Hon. W. H. Walsh Mr. Morehead Mr. Hemmant Mr. B. T. Atkin Mr. G. Thorn Mr. F. A. Forbes Mr. 3. Ferrett Hon. A. H. Palmer Mr. A. Fyfe Mr, A. B. Buchanan Mr. Clark Mr. H. E. King. .
The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTEAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. TURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
%\t Rockhampton §uUeti« Airo CENTEAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. TUR8DAY, JAUrjAEF g, 187$. WE bave never been very enthusiastic advocates of Polynesian labour, or, indeed of any " coloured " labour. Tho introduction of inferior races toto European communities has been ever productive of complications, and bas not unfrequently led to disastrous con- flicts. It would be certainly more advantageous to the community could our labour markets be supplied from Europe, and were there no necessity to draw from the raDks of our Asiatic and Polynesian neighbours. But it is useless to ignore the fact that? our labour market never bas been adequately supplied from Europe. Of skilled workmen there is no lack, but of simple bone and muscle there has never been, continuously at any rate, a supply equal to the demand. In a young country, where the pioneer settle" bas everything to do, cheap rough labour is an indispensable element pf BUCCCSS, and it cannot be denied that the settler who bas been solely ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
IMPOUNDIKGS. HoCEHl MPTON.-By Hwn, Archer and Co., from the cattle station, on 16th December, 1871. Driving, Ss. per head) damages, entire £5 :-Dark bay horse, star, 8 over g and two crosses near shoulder. Brown mare, oe over 1 near ribs, 3 off ribs. light bsy hone, blaze lue, DB near shoulder. Bay Man, blaze, B under m naar ahoulder, HB over O off shoulder. Bay mare, indescribable brand over BU over R near shoulder, like TR off shoulder. Brown Mere, JJ off shoulder i brown filly fosl at foot. Bay Mare, JR near shoulder. Light bay mare, like C over JE near shoulder, T3B near ribs, 722 off saddle. Bay horse, WF conjoined near shoulder, saddle marked. Dark bay mare, like 8 in circle over JM conjoined near ahoulder. Bay roan entire, A under «j near ahoulder.. If not released will be sold on January 15th, 1872. -Oso. BÍBNAKD, Poundkeeper. ROLLESTON.-From Albinia Downs, by J. F. Josephson, Esq., ' on 11th December, 1871. Driving, ls. 6d. per bead :-Grey mare, branded KB oonjoined near ah...
CALENDAR. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
CALENDAR. ÍANDABY. .. fl43 IOU i 10-39 11*4 j II-SO 11-59 O 20 O'W I 15 3-8 S'35 . The rfae or tide in Koppel Bar VBrioa from »ft. to j Hil " and at tho Upper Flats from Ca. to lflfL. Doplh of waterat tuc Uppor Flat-in the old or natural channol, at low miter epririgs, lft. 6in; highest springs, lift. Oin. New cutting at low water springe, ntl. ; In highest I «priHg», ¡Sil.-Tlie time ot' high water in atightiy lo Quoucod Ijy freshets and high winda. t TUG!idas reach their full at tho Pilot Station, Keppel Bay, 2h. 40m. earlier, and at Rockhampton 30m. later han (he hours named lu the above table.
TO the SETTLERS of VICTORIA NEW SOUTH WALES and QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
TO the SETTLERS of VICTORIA NEW BOOTU WALES and QUEENS ¿IND. Gentlemen,-Referring to a circular «ont by my jfartner, Mr. Riobard Gibron, to the con- stituents or tb« firm of Dalmahoy Campbell and Co., announcing hia intention, on the expiration of that partnership, of continuing the came 'business under the style of Richard Gibson and Co., and soliciting patronage and support, I beg respectfully to inform yon that such circular was issued without my concurrence, and as, un- explained, it might cause me serious loss, I beg to intimate to you that I intend masing arrange- ments lo carry on the same business in Mel- bourne on the termination of the existing partnership, end to associate with myself in that business as partners some very' able and experienced stock and station salesmen of ample means and of undoubted respectability. I trust, therefore, that the constituents of the present firm will not pledge themselves either one way or tbs other, until the new arrange- ments nave been...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
TJTBBE was no business in the Police Court on Saturday or yesterday. CAPTAIN TOWNLEY, P.M., has been appointed a Commissioner of Affidavit« for the colony of Queensland. Tko magistrates on the roBter to-day are Messrs. W. Thomson and Albrecht Feez. OOTEEKMENI OoNTBACTfi.-The Gazelle of December 30 notifies the acceptance of contracts for the public sorries as follows :-GLADSTONE, classes 1, 2,3, 4, Edvard Leigh, Rockhampton. EoccniMPTON, Class 1, W. F. Walton, Rock- hampton ; dusses 2, 3, 4, William Pattison, Rockhampton. MB. W. A. CHAPMAN announces for to-nigh one of his popular entertainments, end will, we are assured, introduce some startling novelties, under the patronage of "His Worship the Mayor, the Police Magistrate, and the elitS of Rockhampton." It ii a considerable time einoe Mr. Chapman gave an entertainment, and in the present dearth of amusements we should think a night of his " Wonders " «ill attract a good house. THE rainfal hat been very general during the past few ...
THE BULLETIN GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
THE BULLETIN . GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. THE Proprietor begs to announce that he ú. prepared to execute orders for .Terr description af LETTER-PRESS FEINTING On the shortest notice, and at very moderate orices The BDLICXIK is well-known to be the most complete Printing Establishment in Northern Queensland. Its proprietor is therefore war- ranted in guaranteeing complete satisfaction to those who may favour him with their orders. ON 8AI/E i Onetoma ind law Forma Apprentices Indenture Formi Any Forma not in 8tock printed on a few houri notice Orden received for In'thographio and Copper Flat« Printing, Bookbinding, etc. BCTZETUT Offioe, , Rockhampton, May SI 1870
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
Sljtppinß Jittttlïigence. AHHIVAL8. JANVARY fi.-DlKinoTiíl,rPchooDOr, 60 toni rcgUtor, Ci p tain Muir, from Mary bo m ugh. January tí.-QueonplwHl, a., 286 tons, Captain Smith, from limbauo, Maryborough, ttud Gladstono. Pft^acngorp -Mc^rs. U. M. Koort-, John Winier, Dr. Robertson, ^ud sevcutocn In tho Btoorugo, January fi.-Ijudy Kinma, barque, 202 tons regtator, Capuüu Ebiinmlnu, from Adelaldo. No liaeaoiigors. DEPABTÜBB. January 8.-Thomas Day, ketch, Meyer, master, for tue Burnett Hirer.
MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
MAN1FK8T. INW4EDS. t Jsnuary 6_Diamond, schooner, from Mary- borough : 3fl,000 feat pine, Henry Jeno«. January 6.-Queensland, a, from Brisbane, Maryborough, and Gladstone. From Brisbane: 2 trunks boots, Bletebcr ; 6 caBea oilstores, 1 «use, Buddon ; 1 ra-e, F. Brown, care Kemmis and Bovey ; I cask biscuits, 1 keg paint, 2 cases, 10 cases staroh, 2 bores raisins, 1 bundle brooms, 1 ttuss, B. Sharples ; 2 tins nails, 1 truss, 4 crates, 2 cases, 6 baskets jars, S cases soap, 4 cases galvanised iron, 2 bundles ridging, 16 cases claret, A. B. M'Donald ; ~ '1 Râî, Bell «nd -Oordnar i 2 cases oilstores, 31 bags potatoes, H. Davis and Co. ; 1' truss, . A. W. S. Smith ¡ 4 oases honey, H. Bee J and Co. i 6 hogsheads ale, J. Headrick and Co. ; SSS mats sugar, S. B. Davis i 10 esses brandy Wing Wah ; 20 cases beer, W. F. Walton ¡ 1 box tinplates, CW over R; 1 case drapery, . Stewart end Lucas; 5 eases drapery, fi coses drapery, Meikle and Stewart; 1 case, 1 truss, Martin and Long ; 2 cases drap...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
MBrBopoirrAK NOTES. - A writer in the! Queensland Times thus refers to the Rockhamp- ton protest against parliamentary obstruction : -" What will the . flower of the Valley ' have to say to the Rockhampton address to Fyfe con- demning the Opposition and the course they are pursuing f The nockhamptoniteB seem to treat Fyfe very cavalierly, telling lum in effect to do this, that, and the other, without reference to what be has been doing. This address only shows how very far from representatives many members of Parliament are ; the city members are more like leaders of a flock of sheep than representatives of electors. This will be the | break-up of the obstruction by the Opposition, for other electorates will soon follow Kock hampton's lesd." JtrcaE BAKNJBD 6M TAB TAMMANT BINS. Judge Barnard, who has done so much to facilitate the movement of the 'citisens against the Tammany Ring, yesterday made a Charge upon the subject to the Grand Jury, the appropriateness and vigour'of which . e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
TEE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For 8ÎT>NEY DIRECT.-"Jame« Pater- son," on or about Thursday Next. For BRISBANE, etd GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH. - .> Queensland," This Morning, at 7 o'olock. For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or about 16th instant F. L. BARKER, Agent. - Rockhampton, January 9,1872. "BLACKBIRD," S.S., 1000 TONS, CAPTAIN J. TORRANCE, FROM MELBOURNE for ROCK- HAMPTON Will leave SYDNEY on TUESDAY, January 9, at her usual REDUCED FREIGHTS & FARES. . B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agents. ROCKHAMPTON SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE usual QUARTERLY MEET- ING will be held in the Ball on THURS- DAY NEXT, the 11th instant, at eight o'clock. B. li. DIBBIN, Secretary. ROCKHAMPTON VOLUNTEER FIBE BRIGADE. To His WOBSOTP IEE MAYOS, ROCKHAMPTON. WORSHIPFUL SIR,-We, the ?* undersigned Members of the above Brigade, have the honour to request that you will call a PUBLIC MEETING for the purpose of considering the beat means of raising Funds to obtain new apparatus...
THE ADVENTURES OF A ROAD STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
THE ADVENTURES OF A ROAD STEAMER. Air interesting account is giren by tbe Scotsman of a feat without parallel, lately performed by a large road Bteamer -namely, running from Ipswich to Edinburgh by road, a distance of 450 miles, in seventy-seven hours travelling time. The engine which is one of four now being built by Messrs. Bansomes, Sims, and Head, for the Indian Govern- ment, under Thomson's patent, with india-rubber tires, is of fourteen nominal horse-power, but has several times been worked up to eighty indicated horse-power ; her weight is about 134 tons; length, 15 feet; breadth, 8 feet 8 inches ; height to top of chimney, 15 feet. The omnibus weighs about 3¿ tons, and is seated for twenty-one people inside and forty-four outside; total, sixty-five. Sho left Ipswich on Friday morning, 15th September, under charge of Lieutenant Crompton. The first town reached was Stowmarket, where a difficulty arose with the town pump, which was incapable of supply- ing sufficient water for ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 January 1872
HEB MAJBSTT'S RBOBHT ILUJBSS.-Sir Wil liam Jenner writes te the British Medical Journal:-"A statement having been widely circulated to the effect that the Queen'« recent illness was the result of revaccination, I trust you »ill, by inserting this letter, permit me to give the most unqualified contradiction to the report. There is not a shadow of foundation for it in fact. Her Majesty's recent illness did not commence till many months after the re vaccination. There was no connection, direct or indirect, between the two. X should not have contradicted so foundationlesa a statement hod I not heard that, in consequence of the positive terms in which the assertion is made, it lias received a certain amount of credence, and is eo causing harm to the public health." i MOVZKEXTS or GOVEBKOBS.-Seeing thajÉ Mr. Gregory is to leave England on the 23ifl December (the Colombo Advertiser says), e^H Sir Hercules Robinson quilB Ceylon on the January, it is not likely that there can bs '^^Ê ides of...