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LAMBING FLAT July 1, Sunday, 11 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

LAMBING FLAT.     July 1, Sunday, 11 p. m. By express to Yass on Saturday last it was pretty generally known that a [round]   up would take place to-day against the   Chinese. The immediate cause of it   unknown. Some state that the diggers are determined to drive them off the   fields—others that it is in consequences of their having struck a lead of gold at Back   Creek, and some assert that it is in retal-   iation for the Native Dog Creek affair.   Certain it is that it took place, and for       destruction of property it exceeded any   that has ever yet taken place on those     fields. Between 10 and 11 o'clock, at   Tipperary Gully, the muster took place. Upwards of 1000 men, must of them armed with bludgeons or pick-handles,   headed by a band, and carrying several   &...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

ELIAS S. RUTHERFORD, Chemist & Drtriesuggist, THREE YEARS Resident of Rockhampton. BEGS to inform the Public that he re - ceives per each steamer shipments of fresh Drugs, and has made a reduction of 25 per cent, below former prices---   Nutritive cream for the hair, 2s and 3s per bottle Aromatic mixture. 2s and 2s 6d per bottle Palmeale mixture, 2s and 3s per bottle Saidlists, ginger beers, lemonade, &c, at all times fresh made.   All drugs or goods purchased from me will be warranted genuine. Parties will please be particular and address--- E. S. RUTHERFORD. J. PALMER BEGS TO inform the inhabitants of Rockhampton and its vicinity that he has constantly on hand a large and well assorted stock of Drapery in all its branches   Gentlemen's ready-made clothing Boots and shoes Grocery Wines and spirits Ironmongery Tools of every description Saddlery Tinware China and glassware, A parcel of standard works by the most celebrated autho...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 13 July 1861

A coal miner at Thornley, having so   large a family that the census paper was   not large enough to make all the entries in, sent two of his sons to a relation at a neighbouring village. A FREE PASS.—A good story is told concerning the writing of a certain rail- road manager. He had written to a man   on the route, notifying that he must re-   move a barn, which in some manner in-   commoded the road, under penalty of prosecution. The threatened individual was unable to read any part of his letter but the signature, but took it to be a pass on the road, and used it for a couple of years as such, none of the conductors being able to dispute his interpretation. AMERICAN ROADS.—Both the best and the worst roads in the world are to be found in America. The plank roads are   turnpike roads formed of three-inch planks of hardwood, laid diagonally on a couple of stringers, the planks being   fitted ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

SOUTH AMERICA. Tar. news from Cb fl« ts «ni te important. Tlie cou fi» ry in poerieable «bl progressing. ! Onr «Late* from Fern are U the 14th March, hut have nothing to ofW in the I way of new«. CRfTRAI. AMERICA. Wc quote thc Panama ¿fcorand HerAl , From thc Republic of Guatemala thel. is no nows of importance. In Honduras, President Guard iola has I teen named Captai n-G citerai of I he Re- public, and hail given bim full powers to settle the question lietween thc civil and «wciesíantical authorities. A rumour was current in Nicaragua that a party of 1 r#0 filibusters had arrived at the Kio Grande, from Near Orleans, lite report was »ot credited by the Government. Signor Don Julian Volio, Minister Plenipotentiary from Costa Rica, wa* in communication with the Governor of Nicaragua; his mission being to efTect a Union of the Central American States. In Costa Bice everything was quiet. Three vessels laden with coffee liad sailed, two for Eurojie and one for Cali- fornia. The price h...

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S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXECUTION OF FOUR ABORIGINES FOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXrXCTION OF F' 'Uti ABORintvcc j ron JU I UDER. THE four natives, Werreyta alias Ka- punda Rol>ert, Werreyta alias Goggle eyed Jemmy, Tankawortya alias Jemmy Alick, and Pilta Miltinda elias Bobby, condemned f »r thc murder of Mrs. Rain bird and her two children, at Hamilton, in March last, suffered the extreme penalty of thc law within the walls of her Majesty's gaol, on Fiiday morning at eight o'clock. Au attempt had, we understand, been made by some of the friends of the aborigines to obtain a commutation of scutence as far as re- garded Bobby, on the ground that the evidence was not sufficiently conclusive to implicate him in the commission of the atrocious crime for which he was condemned. The attempt failed, how- ever, and the law was allowed to take its course. 1'reviuus to the hour fixed for the execution, a considerable concourse of persons had assembled outsTde tho gaol, in the ho{>c of being admitted to witness thc execution ; but tho sherill' wisel...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

COMMERCIAL. ME. ELUS MOBBS, of Bridge-street, has suspended payment. Liabilities £24,0(10, assets £15,000. The Western, Son them, and Northern escorts had arrived with 7250 ozs 17 dwts 3 grs. The amount of gold coin issued by the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint during the week ended Jone 28th, was 60,000 half-sovereigns. The quantity of gold-dust imported into the same establishment daring the week for the purpose of coinage was 7415 ounees. * The following is abridged from thc money article of the S. M. Herald of the 29th June :-A fair amount of business bas been transacted in the share market this week, and prices of oar dividend pay- ing securities have been well maintained. The amount of capital offering for invest- ment is rather larger than usual,and con- sequently the shares of our colonial banks and steam companies find a ready sale at fall quotations. The approaching half-yearly meetings of aérerai companies also tend to strengthen prices, as the reports are ex- pected to b...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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LOCAL, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

LOCAL. NATIVE POLICE CAMP.—We have been   informed that the ground now occupied by the Native Police is to be sold ?? that consequently arrangements are being made to remove the C[amp] further from the town, to a spot [situ]ated on the banks of the River. The Weather.—During the week, three or four days of continuous rain has made   the streets of the town almost impassable, so that business could only be carried with extreme discomfort and inconvenience. Prompt and decisive steps should at once be taken to remedy this state of things.  

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Queensland Parliment LEGISLATIVE OOUSCIL. Wednesday, June 26, CONSTITCTIONS OF THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE Council. Wednesday ,July 28 CONSTITUTION OF THE COUNCIL The resolutions on this subject were forwarded to the Assembly for [?] Church of England Schools   Mr Yaldwyn presented a petition signed by the Bishop [?] clergy and the members of the church of England for relief against the Board of   Education.           [?] [?] [?] A message was received from the Legislative Assembly, with the resolutions on this subject [?] ALIENS HILL   Dr. HOBBS moved the second reading   of this bilL—Agreed to. ACCOUNTS WITH NEW SOUTH WALES. The House resolved itself into Com- mittee for the oonsideration of the resolu-   tions of the Legislative Assembly on this matter. Dr. HOBBS moved that the resolu- tions be adptedd.--Agreed to. LAW OF FALSE PRETENCES BILL   This bill was read a third time andj     passed.  ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

DEPARTURES. June 27.—Pride, for Melbourne ; Maria, for Wellington ; Yarra Yarra, steamer, for Brisbane.   28.—Hirondelle, for Auckland ; Pilot, for Melbourne ; Dart for Port Cooper ; Brilliant, for Melbourne ; Ellen, for Twofold Bay.

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ARRIVAL, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

ARRIVAL , JULY 14. July 14.—Clarence, steamer, Cottier from Brisbane, Passengers Mr and Mrs ????????, 3 children and servant, Messrs. R. Porter, H. Porter, Julian, Paris, Maddocks, Mackay, Cobham, Yates, and Lieutenant       Bligh, and 20 in the steerage.  

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the reniments of Correspondents] THE ROCKHAMPTON VOLUTEERS. To the Editoe of the Rockhampton Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

Correspondence. (The Editor will not be respon» ropnueitWSxUltfrctlmmU of Ccrmpooicnia.] THE BOCEHAMPTOX VOLUNTEERS. Te iii Editor of tit Eockkanpton Btdleltn. SIB,-A short time ago, on a Saturday evening, "there was to be seen drawn ap within the police enclosure, a small, bat Srotnising body of men composing the Rockhampton Company of Billie Volun- teers, but owing toaomemiinndereUnding and not having a proper drill instructor, the noble ändert «king lapsed, and :up to the present time they have not been re- organised, though duly sworn ia. My object in troubling you, is to ex- press a hope that they may again be as- sembled, and that we may lie no longer under the stigma of having put our hands to the plough and then gone back ; or making oar case analogous to the man that began to build but was not able to finish. Let ns net be backward in answering the call of our Sovereign-a call that has been nobly responded to in every in- habited quarter of this mighty island. Let us not at...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

The Boomerang left Sydney on the evening of the [?] and Gladstone at one p.m. on the 11th instant, arriving here at 3 p.m. yesterday. Captain Charles reports having had fine     weather on the way to Fraser's Island, with [?] light winds from S and SW, and   from there to Gladstone weather thick and   rainy. The Boomerang passed the Jenny Lind going out of Gladstone, bound for Baffle Creek.

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THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Northers [?] Advertising [?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN     And Northern Queensland Advertiser. ???? ???? MONTHLY.   Charges for Avertising     I M*» tv * . » « kg - -. tm4 ©. rf**« tl »«^f «BU. r ,i lc I» .«lu! - i.a*v <M. t>«t

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FLAT Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

fBlKG FLAT. * i/dary Horning Herald.) \t . «of oar readers «ill be at _A at thc telegram from Lambing Flat. It is precisely the ter initiation we might expect to tlie comic pnrsaed by thc Legislature and the Go- vernment. It is right to look back on the |tolicy which has been porsucd. A British colony, ^abject to British law and treaties which ftjrm {tart of that btw, we Lave inculcate)! Ute opinion that we have m right to -Interdict the immigration of foreigner*-tliat every little knot of peo |de may prounu'iec a ban and raider a whole continent inaccesjble to foreign nations. EngUtul lus maintained the right of entrance into t'.ic Chinese empire, and that ri;4»t lias b* cn enforce*! hy thc sword. We have compelled the Government of that country to snbuiit to humiliating conditions i^and we have done so on the broad principle that no nation can isolate itself or refuse, without violating the commun law of - humanity, an admission o all who will peaceably pursue their in- dustry and...

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QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR IM MIGRATION. (From the Sydney Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR IM- MIGRATION (From the Sydney Empire. ) The inhabitants of Queensland are     making good use of the experience which           most of them have learned in the ?     Australian colonies. It is ??     ing to note how they are ? av.-i Î ing the political shoals upon which so     many have obstinately foundered in New South Wales and in Victoria, and how complacently they are adopting a policy which here most of them would have been the foremost to oppose, but which there there they can, without damage to their personal pride, adopt as the surest means of gaining prosperity for the country. The current of emigration from the Southern colonies has not cosisted of a   class of stump orators, demagogues, or   political agitators ; but, on the contrary,   th...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

A coal miner at Thornley, having so large a family that the censos paper was not lar^e enough to make all the entries in, sent two of his sons to a relation at a neighbouring village. A FBSK PASS_A good story is told concerning the writing of a certain rail- road manag«'. He had written to a man on the route, notifying that he must re- move a barn, which in some manner in- commoded the road, under penalty of prosecution. The threatened individual was unable to read any part of his letter but the signature, but took it to be a pass on the road, and used it for a couple of years as such, none of the conductors being able to dispute his interpretation. AMERICAN ROADS.-Both the best and the worst roads in the world are to be fonnd in America. The plank roads are turnpike roads formed of three-inch planks of hardwood, laid diagonally on a couple of stringers, the planks being fitted close together, but not fastened down. The common pavement in the country towns is als) of planks. As long...

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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT.     In consequence of the heavy rains which have fallen since your last issue, (and   which has caused Stock business to be at a stand-still), we have no alteration to make in our quotations. The only sta- tion which we have to report is four blocks on Conne'r Creek, Broad Sound, for which £500 has been paid.

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[?] Sithctin [?] ADVERTISING [?] 13 [?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 15 July 1861

$ :¿n. ^.tittil i*. t*- n. ...-«..i» «i.! «t j \#>t», If. n ? 4 .> ;? ! .-....«-Ii .i, ll.i f ' if .«.A : fíi- fi»..'«. c *r i-rlowrd SciBtv» îa> i I« to*V> «y-fa ,»l»r»0<' ' ' ijic l:'lj»tm*"r*lt i .lJ tiMlli .?».!- 'aWTs.lk'* lil»* *Jw r»" . ..H i « '.' 'fes- ¿»»v--«I CMWrt» of là' cvi. ,s-, ¡Wi *» . t-îLtT ««t'Ulîl ÍM^UTiti nu . c i t. w «¿d*.-**. KA *»iui uiMrtauiton» that ! the aim ni I rvalal »hould be fairly and ! «puJabb diTidxi inuffyl bi» jontor brethren. I Bri »bane, hovrrrr, beekad by the Gotwnment, I »1 anding in tb» aaa* rrlation to then cot» aiunltro a» aa «Mer bjrother to bi» junior», trnrdihr, oo-rardh, and aelaabl? kept the I wholr karori, or nearly aa, and dm the ?br". ; to tann, earing-Take that anti be thankful. ! Of the £116,000 loan, £49,000 «ra* profMatd to be «pent in and about the toan of Brisbane, : £80,000 for inmigration and XAegn^áe eom \ inWMcation, £ÜOOO for Ipmdb, «ad £7000 tor ; the rat <f tkr eofefUf .* I Hits ia c...

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