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[DURHAM AND IEWIN.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
[brRHAM A2TD rEWDT.] ÍWooL.-TL is market continues inactive. The English news being generally un 1 favourable, will doubtless influence buyers, who have evinced a determina- tion not to purchase at the prices de- manded by the sellers. 60 bales were catalogued for this day's sale, all of which were sold as follows : Orease-LJ, 2 bales at 13d ; fleece-TL conjoined, 51 bales at 18§d ; grease-GB, 3 bales at lOd ; grease-TD, 2 bales at llfd ; mixed-TL conjoined, 1 bale at 6fd ; locks, ditto, 1 hale at 8 Jd per lb. Sheepskins.-There is no alteration in price ; last week's rates have been main- tained. About 2000 were disposed of thus : P, 1 lot (pelts) at ld ; TL con- joined, 2 bales at 8 jd ; GB, 1 lot at 7£d ; AB, 2 bales at 7¿d ; J, 1 lot at 8d per lb. Tallow.-The market continues dull, and without any prospect of improve ment; only a few odd lots of »Station tallow were sold as follows:-TP, 6 casks at 32s ; AB, 2 cask« -* 00 - ' J 1 cask «? *Kf 'rudes.-The demand for first-class qual...
December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
Decctnber 13. j J. B Scardon snmmoned William ' Lorenzo for absconding from his hired service. Prisoner was sentenced to be confined in the lock-up for seven days, ; with hard iabour. The agreement was cancelled, Johanua Hawthorn sued Johp ] for non-payment of wv*-'- *'le tenth j decided t>"-* ute amount of wages for ! »"eive months be paid by defendant, after deducting £10 13s. for cash and goods, ' and jC5 passage money leaving a balance of £11 12s. 64. f»r plaiutitf to receive.1 The agreement to be cancelled. j
THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Central Queensland Advertiser, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CASK TERMS MONTHLY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
TBE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN j And Central Qutmtland Advertiser, j IT'BLISHED EVERY S ATI RÎ>AT. «ASK TEBRI KOITSLT ChaCfM fur ââwrlUiax- I Two HIM*uni«oder. I*.-, ft^r titm, 2«.; six ! Kaw,**.; OM lort, 4i. ; tot «»wy *ddtUaa*] Inch. li. «J- j ?Msamstm thirteen inacrUana, 23 par erat; ea i twraiy-tis laMrtfon», M per esst. i i jUHfttwnii «wi« ta «mfc&lt;mt written ta*tr«Uos ?, a* ts ta* nsaAsrof huwrtiTOj, «m lie ronüoiud natl «mmimMi *»* ebsige*' tur «M-vr/lnrtj. AriiMU-mt» e*»n«t Bc rerelwd «rWeVr p.v. es friday for invition is thc rottovtnf&xttinlay'a papar. Orean epBBtrrmaiWBaa; or attmiag aar*rtlam*BU ?MU tie cent aw latrr tasa Vt sst. ce Frida;, ctbtr wtM tbej «rill appear la Ow foUowtaf bataetey'a ta- sa* a* brf ra. Bírtl* Jfajria««*,*n4 D«tbi SR ct>ai)pc4 I» es ««ca tnverttaa. SaWript"1* T»e ShDUof* laonfalr IT trmítrt Tiru ttillnnp an il rriipannr Élamai IMMoaa »ttl not tx ¿Ultra**, c*t .atan-* n caa abtaia tbaao ptit at üw pubUafciBf oCt».
MANIFEST OP THE EAGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
MANIFEST OP THE EAGLE. From Sydney : 6 en, 1 hbd brandy, ll cs» «nutra, 1 pkg. 1 j-trc tobacco. 1 hbd rum. Ä0 bug*. 29 mat* sugar. 8 rbis. H-cht tra. 2 bass ric*. "Ileclimejuice. 2 bs* raisins.. 1 ck. 1 «a vinegar. 8 bags rock «alt. 8 csa sundries. 6 hags salt. 1 bx currant*. 1 bale woolpacks. 10 kegs nails. 1 bundle spade* end shovels. 2 cana, 1 esk. 2 linois pots, 2 stretcher*. 1 case pipes, I cs coffee, 17 ree oil store«. 1 baie. 1 ck. 4 trnka boots. 2 bxs seen, 4 cs* pirkbe 1 ci clothing. 1 o* carbine*. 2 pek 49 bass, 8 .eeks floor, 2 ok*. 7 Mb caird wir*. 1 plouirb. 7 pe* ironmongery in 4 pkg*. 10 bxs candle*. 3 keg* apples, 1 pel books. 6 coils row. I ck hotwoshora, 1 pk*. 12 cs*. 1 fcc. I bdl saw*. 1 bdl fork*. 1 pole dray. 1 water .cart. 4 bullock chains, ç bows, « bolts. 1 holt, 2 dmr bores, 1 nose iron, 2 fins. Hutchin- son, Hunier, and Co; 1 pkg, 1 |-trc tobacco, 15 dita, 1 f-cbt. 2 bxs tea, 8 bhd*. 171 mat?. 1 beg sneer, 1 horse, ll bags salt, 3 rcs oil atores. 6 bxs can...
December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
Before John Jardine, Esq., P.M., J. L. ¡ llay. W. J. Brown, and J. A. Lar- ' nach, Es&lt;]s., .T. P's. Bendall v. Wakefield. Mr. Bellas for ; defendant. The bench dismissed this case, on account of a firmer one between the same parties being decided in which all claims bj defendant against plaintiff were awarded. ' Wakefield v. Bendall. Til is was a j charge for using threatening and abusive language towards complainant. The bench fined defendant ls., with costs of court. j
AMATEUR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
AMATEUR OOKCEBT. As amateur concert took place in the Courthouse, kindly placed at the dis- posal of the Committee by J. Jardine, Esq., P.M., on Monday evening last, in aid of the building funds of the Episco- palian and Presbyterian Churches. This being the first amateur concert j which has taken places tn Rockhampton, naturally excited an unusual amount of interest, anfl it is not too much to say that a more appreciating and brilliant audience could not be brought together in any part of Queensland. The house , was quite fol!, and outside the building there was also a very large and attentive ¡ audience, who appeared fully to enjoy the sweet sounds proceeding from the pianoforte and voices of the singers. The selections from " Il Trovatore," " Loeia di Lammermoor," «ad "B Par - tani," arranged as duets on the piano- forte, were well rendered hy Mrs Lar-" nach, Mrs. Feez, and Hrs. Beddek The touching and pathetic song of " Ruth " -" Entreat me not to leave thee "-was ?ung by Mrs. L...
PUBLICANS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
PUBLICAN'S' LICENSES. George Gannan applied for a transfer Ward's Commercial Hotel. Granted. ' C. Murphy applied for a Publican's General License at Kalka. Granted. C. Wakefield applied that the word Royal be added to the name of the hotel in his license. Granted. J. A Watt applied for a transfer from Maria Parker of the Bush Inn, the sign in future to be the Boll and Mouth. I Granted. ! J. R. Squibb applied for a Publi ¡ can's General License for the Blenheim : Arms, Marlborough. Granted. George Hardy applied for a Publicans ; General License at Beabona, Lower i Daw-son. An objection was raised by I the Chief Constable that the house wa» : not in a sufficiently finished state. Ad ; jourued for thirty days. I_
The Rockbampton Bulletin CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
(H)f ScrhlrcmpfM Sodrtin1 CEKTJlAt. QtJKE»T8LA.»ra 4DVESTMEB S»Tï7tlTiAY. nrCKMUKtt 14. 1*01. WV are omnrllM to pott nour Uaimg arl ir h. I and municipal and otkrr mtttligrncr. AwtrEMABT TUT.-Tueada«; last, the loth TVcember, bane the snnirerjar* of the foun ; dation of the colony of Qil^Tlf land, val kent in Rockhampton as e general holidar. Tl ie weather »ra» mort facourable for plcnTOre ' taking. A number of pienic nertie* vent down the rifer, and thew wa« a bout wee or two ntl * «mall foale. From an advertisement in this . isane, we ohaerra that a regatta is in contem- plation fir Boxing Day. * ! ¡ PRIE Don-ara Goto Ftetos.-Private let- ter» ha«- been reoeired in t-iwn dunne tho »eek by rvf«on« harinír friends on »he F»ak piww fluid Field», of n f»>-uursble import, snd rnqor-iting them to corne up, and they hare »tarted accordingly.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
E ScHool or AKTS.-We woald remind ! the membera of the Rockhampton School of Aaa, of tb* meeting on Wed-1 heatley evening next, fer tie purpose of initiating « diaotunon clasa We trust . goodly number will attend. (lauran.-A fcw&lt;i»r» ateca, we «ore III BJ air. A. P. Wool . itlatirlM tWob of ifnMf, «fckfe hat Ka« grown Ita Ur. A. X abbr cf tai» town- It wri«h> raíij two «ad a hali pound», end itt cert «inj» on» of th» Uno« bunches we ba*« «ne Mea. . * i . .
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
MARRIED &nbsp; At Redbank Queensland, on the 20th instant, by the Rev. G. M. Reid, Alfred Charles Owen, Esq., of &nbsp; Vendilla, Darling Downs, to Rebecca Elisabeth, only daughter of John Campbell, Esq, of Redbank. &nbsp; &nbsp;
MACKENZIE ISLAND FREESTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
MACKENZIE ISLAND FREESTONE. &nbsp; A PUBLIC meeting was held at the Court-house last evening, for the purpose of forming a com- &nbsp; pany to work a freestone quarry on Mackenzie &nbsp; Island, at the mouth of the Fitzroy River. &nbsp; Mr. Shaw presided. &nbsp; It was stated that no resolution had been &nbsp; prepared accordingly, a provisional committee &nbsp; was formed correcting of Messrs. Wood, Lar- &nbsp; nach, Shaw, Bellas, Bird, and Smith, with &nbsp; power to add to their number, to make full en- &nbsp; quiries as to the propr¡etorship of the island &nbsp; and other information, and to draw up resolu- &nbsp; tions to be submitted to a future public meet- &nbsp; ing, to be beld at as early a date as possible. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
For Sydney Direct. TÍIE Brigantine Schooner J _DON JUAN, ABNOLD Master, «rill sail for the above port on or about ; THCKSDAY next. For Freight or Passage apply to HAYNES, BROWN, and CO. For Sydney Direct. THE Schooner PE ABL will ] sail for Sydney on MONDAY. 23rd December. For Freight or Passage Í apply to CA PTA rx «"ILLS, on board. LOST.-FOT*R MARES, two bkcfc. and - »'i bay &lt;-o!our. All branded alike.-near shoulder B9, near rump WB , conjoined-fall tailed. Any person forward- j ing such information to the Betuna Office as will lead to the recovery of the above «nil ! be handsomely rewarded. j A FIl to Public-house, j FIRST-CLASS PUBLIC-HOUSE 1 let in TOTO. Apply to LandjOrders. THE UNDERSIGNED ts a Cash | Purchaser of Land Orders. ] A. FEEZ, i - / jcsiLiLiIARDS. MR. WILLIAM JAMES begs to inform the lovers of this scientific j game, that he has opened a BILLIA ED SALOON at the Golden Fleece Hotel. Having received direct from London one of Thurston's brat Billiard Tables...
THE LACHLAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
TUE LACHLAN DIGGINGS. TM* following telegram wa« read br Mr. Cowper In th* Sydney LegUlaiJr» Asscmblr on the 20th alt. : ''Pram Mr. Commission*' M'I/u to th« t?nd&lt;r Secrctair for Landa. "Tlie Awiktant Gmjniissi.mïr. under date 24th. report« a rfcerl to progress of lachlan field. The lHad at th« norttenn «od baa bi-en lir-t. Much a nancees ful effort to re .»»i-r it. O real number of shafts failures. l*-*A at southern end has hn-n strack simio. Claims on the lead yield larg'ty. M tent h» désirable that this authentic information ho made public, Popolstion eatimated st SOOO-general Iv ..rderlr." I
[MR. THOMAS DAWSON] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
[MB. THOMAS DAHTMJN ] ! FAT CATTLE.-The market continues i well supplied with cattle of good : quality. I quote prime quality £4 to £4 10s. Fat sheep are plentiful, f quote prime docks at 12 to 13s, which rates are with difficulty maintained. The latter is the top market price. Store Cattle.-Nothing doing; no inquiries. Store Sheep.-Breeding ewes in par- ticular districts are inquired for; wethers not in demand. I quote maiden ewes 12s to 14s ; wethers. Se to 9s. Horses.-The Lachlau diggings have already had the effect of improving the horse market, and should the news con- tinue favourable, good draught horses will be in demand. Sto-k and Produce at Railway Termi- nus.-Milch cows, 4? 10s to 51; fist Umba ISs to 23s each ; fat calves, 14s to 48s; porkers (small) 10a to 16*; roasters, 4s 9d to 6* Sd ; pigs, dressed, 4|dto Sd; bacon 4fd to 6d per lb; poultry, none to hand, much ia demand ; eggs, ls Bid par dosen ; botter in roll, 5Jd to 6|d per lb ; in keg. 5d per lb; oaten hay, 4f to...
MANIFEST OF THE THANE OF FIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 14 December 1861
MANIFEST OF THK TH AVE OF FIFE. ForSnbiey.- 10 ott. fallow. Jo hide*. Wait | ASWfcna; 21 bale« wool, J L. Darnes; 26 Uale« wool, Feez. Tho Seagull left Moreton Bar on the 4th nwt., «ml arrived herc on the îih. Nie has haden excellent run frost Carte Moreton to Cape Capricorn of thirty-six hours. The Pearl baa again n-adc au excellent pas- sage frc in Oe« long. She accomplished lite voyage from Tort Phillip Head» io Keppel Bay |n lOi days. She is now in the river, and tray be expected op by this morning's tide. Her cargo is principally timber. She brings the entire hone " Young Napoleon." The Don JW» is now in the river, on the sight mile ?data. She «-iii probably be up in the course of th day. The "Julia Percy," a brig of 101 tons, Sanner, master, ie ntw lying at »ne»,»»» Keppel Hay. bbc bas been eighteen munlha out from Port dc France collecting becbe-]e-mcr. She has test ou rixty tons to China, and there are no« about twenty tous ou board. A sub- stantial vtation for carrying on t...