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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. "¡«?XOTICK.-Die undersigned bas this -L- ' duy disposed of nod transferred the COPYRIGHT oud SUBSCRIBERS' LIST of the GLADSTONE OBSERVES to MB. C. H. BUZACOTT, of tho ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN. (Signed) JOHN DRUERY. Gladstone, March 1,1872. REFERRING to tho above, tho undersigned begs to announce that the Oladttone Observer is now incorporated with tho Rockhampton Bu flet in ¡ and that arrange- ments hare boon made for thc publication in this journal of all intelligence of local interest to tho residents of tho Gladstone and Calliope district. C. H. BUZAOOIT. Rockhampton, March 1,1872. CALENDAS. sanen. a,m. ji.m. 7-20 r-48 817 aa Vii 0 39 .11012 10-35 111-2 11-31) 11-53 015 0-39 rn * Tho riso or lido In Konpol Bay rartoa from nfl. to Mri., and Ht Mic Upper Flats friim Ca.lo ion. Dentil of water at tho Upper Plat-In tlio old or natnral cliannol. at low valor springs, lft.4Un; highest springe, lift. Oin. Xc\r cutting nt low water springs, 5ft. ; in highest springs 1...

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DEPARTURE OF EARL BELMORE. (From the S. M. Herald, February 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

DEPAETÜEE OF EARL BELMORE. (From Hie S. M. Herald, February 22. ) THE Earl of Belmore resigns his govern- ment of this colony to-day. Ho lias relinquished his poet earlier than most of his predecessors. It is understood domestic reasons have hastened his departure. Ho quits us at a timo in which the colony is too much occupied to devote attention to festivities or orations. Tho recovery of the Prince and the departure of the Governor, arc both events which will be less dis- tinguished by popular interest than might have been tho case hod attention not been absorbed in other affairs. Wo seem often in the relations of public lifo like travellers on thc same road, who spend some lime together, and, having done so, part without expecting much gratitude or regret. Lord Belmore, duripg his residence in this colony, has commanded the respect moro than tho affection of tho people. He has appeared not unwillingly in public, and discharged the duties of his station without probably feeling or...

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MANIFESTS. OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

MANIFESTS. OtJTWAEDB. March 7--Queensland, e., for Bundaberg : 10 bags flour, 1 case sundries, B. Brodnilz. For Maryborough : 4 pieces machinery, B. Brodnitz. For Brisbane : 4 bales wool, W. Beid and Oo. ; 1 bundle bags, Unmaek; 1 cass booti, 0. J. Skardon; 2 boxes, F. L. Barker t 1 parcel, Hopkins ; 6 bags 3 mats sugar, G. B. Shaw. March 8.- James Paterson, s.e., for Sydney : S hogsheads tallow, Macarse ; 38 bales wool (PB conjoined), S. B. Paris ; 8 esses turnips, Wing Wah ; 1 parcel gold (180 oz». 10 dwte. 6 gr».), Union Bank j 38 balos wool (WB), Bcrkclman and Oo.s 1S3 large cakos copper {8 tons 13 emt. 16 lbs.), 4 hogsheads tallow, G. B. Shaw; 9 tierces tallow, 75 hides, W. Pattison ; 1 hogs- head 1 quarter-caBk tallow, 16 hides, J. Stevenson and Co. ; 1 paree], Stewart and Lucas ¡ 6 bales wool (WHB), J. Palmer and Co. i 31 bales wool (H&M orer Langton), A. T. Elliott ; 38 bales wool, M. 8. Paul j IO bales wool, Burne and Co. ; 2 baleB wool, Denison, Hope, und Eolleston...

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SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

' srDNEr. Friday Evening. At the auction eales of sugar a slight decline is perceptible. Peak Downs Coppor'shares are firm at £510s. ; Mount Perry shares, £117a. Cd. Tho Drummond Copper Mining Company have appointed Provisional Direotors. They intend at first to thoroughly prospect the ground. £ There is much excitement here about the mineral deposits northwards. Javelin won tho Bathurst,St. Ledger Stakes. Arrived : " Blackbird," s.s., from tho North.

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

MAGISTERIAL INQÜIBY. A MAOISTEBIAI INQÛIEÏ inta the cause bf death of female child named Mary Gorman, was held by the Polioe Magistrate yesterday. Archibald M'Olcllan, a miller, stales that his house is situated in Alma.street, within ten yards of Patrick Gorman's i about eight o'clock this (Friday) morning he was standing in hts yard, when William Lapping passed, leading a liaise with his empty dray; Mri. Jackson stopped him, to speak about getting some water for her ¡ there were two children in the dray, end a little girl, Bridget Gorman, was swinging vii the dray behind ; when tho horse stopped she fell ; the horse stopped back a couple of steps, and the off vheol went on io her head ) Mn, Jackson lifted the child immediately, and it died in witness' presence about five minutes afterward,. Mrs. Jackson also gave evidence of a simply corroborative character. Constable O'Donnell itoted that he went to the residence of Patrick Gorman, and there saw thc dead body of n female child ; ...

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

Sr. STEPIIEK'B CATII EDE AL.-Thc following bit of information, which wo take from Ibo Courier, will interest many bore Í-The holders oí ticket* for (he grand drawing in aid of St, Stephen's Roman Catholic Cathedral viii be glad to learn that the drawing is arranged to take place during tho week commencing April 15 or April 29. A supplementary bazaar will also take place ut tho earn o time, mid his Excellency thc Governor and Lady Normanby hare consented to give their patronage. The bazaar promisee to be quito aa Attractive as any of the previous ones inaugurated under tho same auspices, and will, there ia no doubt, meet with a large support from the public. We aro requested to mention that the original numbrr of tickets issued for thc grand drawing has never been added to, os some persons sup- posed, and therefore tho chances of the holders winning any of the valuable prizes have not been decreased by the delay wbirli circumstances , renderer! unavoidable. The holders of duplicates ...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

C§e |loítiIj¡unpto!t §uí(ííin AND CENTEAL QUEENSLAND ADVEBTISEB. 8ATÜBDAY, MABOH 9, 1872. ALTHOUGH it is possible tbat the rumoured appointment of the Hon W. H. WALSH as Emigration Agent mar be a canard, we are inclined to believe there is really something in it. Where there is so much smoke therei s certainly fire, and where rumour from different stand- points indicates with such distinctness as in the present instance, the mind is prepared for the acceptance of report which carries the appearance of a fact. At the firBt blush, tbe very thought of Mr. PoncoTiiíE WALSH, being sent to , England to chaunt the praises of beloved Queensland-for Maryborough muBt no j longer claim a monopoly of the honorable gentleman's affections - Beeta s pre- posterous. Mr. WALSH has always been identified with the party who opposed immigration on an extensive scale ; he was the bitterest and most i merciless critic of the procedure of our first Emigration Agent, Mr. JOEDAN ; he was a member of the Min...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. FURTHER NEWS OF THE "MARIA'S" CREW. CARDWELL. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUBTnilUM ASSOCIATED FBE8B TEIiIOBAlM. FURTHER NEWS OP THE "MARIA'S" CREW. CARDWELL. Thursday, <? pm.. , AT -10 o'clock yesterday morning two nen named Wilton and Sullivan, forming part of tl» captain's boat's crew of the schoonor Maria," arrived herc. They were in a »tate of nudity, and say they had been so fire days. When the blacks attacked them they retreated to the sea, end eiram some distance from the shoro. The blacks kept them there till dark, when they loft. After swimming several rivers they returned to *a hill ; being followed by the blacks they lay bid there for two days. The men reached Cardwell in a state of pros- tration, haring sword and epcqr wounds on different parts of their bodies. They are now in n fair woy of recovering. The two search boats have returned. The second boat to go out, on lancing on the beach at Tam O'shanter Point, waa rushed by hundreds of blacks. Her crew, however, succeeded in bringing awuy the missing boat of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.     DEATH. BROWN.—At Emu Park, on the 4th instant, William John Brown, Sub-Collector of Customs, Rockhampton, aged 45 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, October 16,1871. NOTICE. PASSPORTS FOB FOREIGN TRAVEL. n^HE attention of Foreigners natu reused in tbe Colony of Queensland, who may be desirous of travelling in Europe, is invited la a Notice published in tba Government Gazette of Saturday, 14th October, 1871 relative to the issue of Passports for Foreign Travel. H. H. MASSIE, Under Colonial Secretary. GILBERT, ETHERIDGE, AND WESTERN CREEK GOLD FIELDS. CHARLES JEKKTN (late Editor of tho Mining Record, N.S.W.), AUCTIONEER, MINING SUAREBROKER, AND NEWS, ADVERTISING, MINING, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, GEOEOETOWN, ETHEUHHJE RIVED. Mining information from tho Etheridge, Western Creek, Cloncurry, and every part of the Gilbert Gold-fields, furnished to parties at a distunce. Agent for tho Rockhampton Bulletin and all the loading papers in the colonies. THE BULLETIN STEAM MACHINE PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. rPHE proprietor having imported ?*- ono of MCSBV». Herrild and Son'« new "IMPROVED MAIN'S FAST M...

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

COMMERCIAL. THB holiday on Monday, and tho funeral of the late Sub-Oolleotor of Customs on Wednesday, hare made the past week a broken one in busi- ness circles. The usual complaint of dulneiB ÍB made by tho retail traders, but wholesale , husinees ia assuming a somewhat brisk appear- ance. Tho roads aro drying up, aud drays aro moving about again. A large quantity of gooda awaits tho carriers, of whom there have been but few in town of late, and they ask higher rates. There is a general indisposition among the trade, hoverer, not to advance, as tbe plentifulness of grass and water, and the near termination of the rainy season, offer unusual facilities to the teamster, and warrant him in anticipating e speedy trip. It is believed that the recent improvement in station matters will induce squatters to make extensive improvements in iSieir rani, and thus give more employment to labouring class than has been practicable for years past. This will cause increased consump- tion of importe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

SST For Shipping Advertisements, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, &c, please see Front Page. TO LET, a FURNISHED COT TAGE, near tlic Ferry. Apply to Mr. E. Ii. DIBBIN, or to Mr. B. PENK. FOE SALE.-Merino RAMS, Short, horn and Hereford BULLS. ARCHER & CO. Gracemere. HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS (UNBROKEN). FOR SALE.-SIXTEEN HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS, jost arrived, in good condition, verv quiet, and fit for immediate use. Apply to Mr. WILKINSON, Rooklands, Croco dile Hoad, where these very Gne animals can be inspected. BOOKBINDING. VÎT MUNRO has pleasure in inti. ' » . matine that having engaged a FIR8T CLASS WORKMAN, is now inn posilion to execute BOOKBINDING IN ETERÏ STYLE. N.B.-All work dono on tho premises. SAWN HARDWOOD. T'HE undersigned is Agent for tho Salo of Timber sawn at Gracemere Mills. Timoor in stock and orders received. WM. THOMSON. Quay-street, 1st March, 1872. C. PYBUS, SADDLER & HARNESS BEAKER, ROCKHAMPTON A. M'LEOD & CO., AUCTIO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

i THE AUSTRALASIAN S*ir|^. STEAM NAVIGATION jfflfljgjjgOOMPASY'8 STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Ba'cluths," OB or «boot Wednesday next. For GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, .nd BRISBANE.-" Lsd; Bowen," on or about Tuesday next. For NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or about 16th instant. F. ft. BABEES, Agent, BoclbimptoD, March 9,1S72. r : ; " LORD f^^'lJß-.,^,^, JHgPI^OT*lord AnWey," e.g., iVaaN^ Oipi>nr BBISTOW, will ^BOKoF^. taara BRISBANE for HOCK *Sfflr*Si» HAMPTON, via MARY- BOROUGH, and GLADSTONE, en or nbont SATURDAY/, Marah 9. For Elan» and Bates of Freight apply to E. lt. HUNTER A CO, Agenta. Ai ÖHIP «LIGHT BRIGADE," from London. ^t-yájKxV Consignees ara rnquested to Pass ¡tjgggggjií Customs Entries and bo prepared to receive their goode on arrival of the Govern ment steamer *. Mary," bj which they trill bo brought to the wharf. G. B. SHAW, Agent. Rockhampton, 2nd Marah, 1872. ÄA BERDEEN CLIPPEE USE-FOE LONDON. NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. ring first-class Teasels, making an arrrags pas...

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MR. TROLLOPE ON QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

ME. TROLLOPE. ON QUEENSLAND. Tas subjoined portions of Ur. Trollope's Arel letter on Queensland, addressed to the Londor Haili) Telegraph, did not appear among oar late extracts. . , ? The question of Northern Separation is.miiod up with one much larger than itself-that of a Federal Union, which may probabiy precede, bj some quarter of a century or so, final separation from the mother country. I shall, however, be able to speak further on this subject, when 1 have made my way to New Booth Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. At present the idea of such a union is almost ss unpalatable to all the colonists as that of Separation. They are not only more English than Englishman i they are, tn eaoh colony not merely English, but essentially subdivided in all their aspirations. The Queenslander is hardly nearer in love to the man of New South Wales than to a Feemetanan < nnd certainly the man of New South Wales hates no one so inuoh as the successful Viotorlan. Somethineof thi...

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PORT CURTIS AND LEICHHARDT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

POBT ODBTIB AND IiRIOBHABOT EOSPITAfc. Trw usual monthly meeting of tho Hospital;,^ Committee was hold in the Oourl-hoúsa jester- if dey afternoon. Present i Mr. J; ITesdrirk (in ii tlio Choir), und Mr-eers. A. Fear, T. 8. H«tl, 6 T. Nobbs, P. JO. Dibdin, B. Brodnita, G. B. 4; Shovr, G. M. Leigh, und h. Sonde). On tho ? « motion ot Mr. Shaw seconded by Mr. îtobbt, accounts amounting to £9715s. Sd. irere passed. A letter from Mr. Woltor Sherwin yras rend, requesting particulars of tho benefit concert given hythe Cnrandini troupe laet year. On' the motion of Mr. BBODKITZ seconded,by Mr. SHAW, it «vas resolved "That Mr. Sherwin's letter be acknowledged, «ending a atatement of .. account, with the balance of proceeds." The Sub-committee appointed to Vaake arrangements for n ball on behalf of the Hospital recommended that the ball toko .ploco Jp tHP School of Arts, on Friday, 22nd March j ' (hst tho tickets, to admit a lady and gentleman, to £1 each j and that tenders be called for refre...

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MELBOURNE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

MELBOURNE. Friday Ereninp. The Victoria Racing Club held their first j day's meeting to-day. Subjoined aro the results j of the running :- j OTK BT. LEDGEB STACKS. I A sweepstakes of 25 sore, each, 5 ft., with 200 «ors. eddsd. For 3 yrs old. Colts, 8st. 101b. ; Allies, Sst. 71b. Ono mile and three-quarters and 182 yards. The second horse to receive 10 per cent of the stake. Hamlet . 1 Miss Jessie ... ... . 2 AtJSTEALIAIi CUP. A sweepstake of 20 sors, each, 10 ft., or 6 if declared, with 300 save, added. The winner of ouy handicap of value of 100 sors, after the declaration of tho weights to carry 3 lbs. extra ; if two or moro such races, 6 lbs. extra. The second horse to receive 50 eovs., and the third to eave his etako. Two miles aud a quarter. Contcsaa and Saladin ran a dead heat, Mer- maid third. FUTE OP £100. For 2 yrs, old, 6st. 101b. ; 3 yrs., 8st. 7lh. ; 4 yrs., 6 yrs., 6 yrs., end aged, 9st. The winner to be sold for £25. Hslf-a-mite. Flying Boud . ... 1 Farmer's Daughter. 2...

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

YE INFANT PHODIGV.-Maggie : " Why is your hair so grey, Mamma ? " Marums : " Well because you're sucha naughty child sometimes." Maggie : " Wliot a naughty child ¡¡on muet have been 1 PoorTïrandma's hair ia quite wkitel SKETCHED AT IBLHÍOTOX.-Vurchnicr : " K-A-T-Tj is no the way to epell- .cattle.1" Drover (writing the receipt) : " Naebody could snell wi' tin's pen. Xl j ore's been owre mon; drucken bodies usin it 1"

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

OMISSION.-Tho case of Pjne e. Rutherford, in which a verdict for 10s. 8d. with 10s. costs was given by tbe Small Debts Court on Wednes- day, was inadvertently omitted from our report of the proceedings. THIS is the day for our usual monthly Summary for England, but owing to the altored mail arrangements it has' become necessary to defer the Summary until next Saturday, tho 16th. The English mail steamer does not leave Sydney until the 27th instant. TUE authorities are turning over a new leaf in the matter of the annual distribution of [ blankets to the black«. Usually these Queen's j gifts do not arrive until ofter Der Majesty's natal day, but this year wc find they are already to baud. TOUCHING the death of the late much lamented Sub-Collector, vre notice that a memo- rial Berrico will be hold in thc Presbyterian Church to-morrow evening. Mr. Brown was an active member of the Presbyterian body, and his death will bo felt as a heavy blow to the Scotch Church in Rockhampton. TBS usua...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 9 March 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrival March 5.-William and Henry, Cutter, of Gladstone, E. Johnson, master, from Masthead Island, with eighteen turtles, for Berkelman and Oo., Laurel Baak.     DEPARTURES March 7.-Queensland, s., 292 tons, Captain Smith, for Brisbane, The Gladstone, Bundaberg, and Mary- borough. Passengers-Messrs. J. W. Face, Woodthorpe, H. George, Bailey, Captain Holden (Light Brigade), W. HI. Buzacott, and thlrty one in the steerage. Mardi e.-Jumos Taunton, .B.S., 292 ton», Captain Saunders, for Sydney. Passengers-Mossrs. H. B. Harri- son, J. Forrest* Farr, T. G. Nowbold, aud nlno in the steerage (Including icon Ohlnoso.)

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

CABATS AND CAIIBON -Among tho diamonds tat lv found in the South African diggings, theic is said to have been one of as many as 154 carats Orthogrnpy apart, this statement harmonises with the supposition that the .diamond is of vegetable origin.

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