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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

COMSIEECIAL. THE " Balclutha," 6 s, brings Sydney papers to Thursday last Tho Hei aid of that date reportB - There was an improvement in the state of trade in the import markets ycsteidav A fair amount of business was transacted by private sale at current rate« Brcadatuffs have not altered, and any tendency to advance appears to be checked by the arrival of ctuntry flour Sydney millers aie selling best at £13 10s to £11, bags returned Bathurst flour has been sold ot £13 10s net Adelaide at £13 10s to £14 New crop plan tatton coffee, reccired via Melbourne, boa found buyers up to Oi'd for trade quantities, and triage at 7£d A good line of malt, in tanks, was quitted at 6s 6d Liquors quiet A sale of 200 cases Guinnets'e stout, bottled by O'Brien, was reported on .Change at 8s 6d Lowndcs's rum et 3s 6d , Queensland ditto, 2s 5d At auction, Messrs Stubbs and Co offered a quantity of oilmen's stores, &c, and cleared a portion at fair prices To morrow they will sell the stock m tr...

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

CAIIEQBHIA l CoüDITIOÍÍ OF THE WOBMNO CIASSBS-(Translated from the French) California is to other states of America what America is to Europe-a sort of land of promise The condition of ai hz-ins and of all those who be'oiig to the industrial classes is m this country unoxceptionallv favourable. Hie opening of the Pacific railroad and the immigration of Chinese have not lovvcied in a notieeuble manner tlio ^situation of the Caifornian woikman Iho moBt modest salaries in that country are S» 4d per day Apprentice?, boys and girls, and the Chinese aro tho only persons who gain les« Trom the detailed and numeralla statistical tables wl ich aro furnished by the english Consul ut San Francisco, the mean amount poid to the woikmon appeals to be about 10s or 12s per day It is not rare, however, to find artisans who obtain on an a va ago four dollars per day lins rate is not the extremo limit The figuio of four dollars i« obtained by masons and other noiknien of the first ordei J he foicmen o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. NOTICE -The undesigned has this day disposed of and transferred the COPYRIGHT and SUBSCRIBERS' LIST of tho GLADSTONE OBSERVER to MB. O II. BUZACOTT, of the ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN. (Signed) JOHN DRUEBY. Gladaono, March 1,1872. REFERRING to the aboie, tho uudorBigucd bogs to announce that tho Gladstone Observer is now incorporated with tlie RocUunnpton Bulletin, and that arrange- ments have been made for the publication in this tournai of all intelligence of local interest to the residents of the Gladstono and Calliope distuct C H BUZACOTT. Rockhampton, March 1,1872. CALBNDAß. MA ECU MUMORA]V»A MOON S AGÍ- I l8 am i i 121 11> 2- 2jn /fit 3 lo 3 17 40 42J 411 1st Quorterl £7 6 JO 1 5 51 018 . The riso of tide in Keppel Bay varies from ort. to lift ana at tho Upper Hats front 6ft to 10ft Depth of water al tile Upper Flat-in the old or natural channel allow water sprirgs Ift 61n highest springs lift. 61n New outttng at low wator springs 6fU In Utghost s; rings 16...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

Cjje ^acïijjantjïtait §nlMn Airo CENTEAÜ QUEENSLAND ADVEBTISEE. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1872. ( TUE Great Liberal Party are showing the cloven foot again. Sworn to prevent an extension of the Northern Railway unless mile for mile with au extension in the south-successful for a time, but now conscious that their signal defeat is at hand-they have succeeded in ferret- ing out a new excuse for delay, and, doubtless, for pushing on the iron road to Roma with ali possible dispatch. I They, or so much of the party as is represented by the Courier, now demand " a thorough iuquiry before the country " is irretrievably committed to the " extension of the Rockhampton and " Westwood Railway as the first work " of the kind that shall be undertaken " in that part of the colony," and this ostensibly because an interested corres- pondent under tbe norn de plume of "DAVID CoppEEriELD, junior," has written a tissue ol' misrepresentations witli reference to the respective merits of the St. Lawrence and Ro...

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MR. HANDY AT TAMBO. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

MR. HANDY AT TAMBO. TO inn EDiTon OF inn nniSBAtiE COWIIEH. Ein,-List week's in ni brought your issuo ol the 22nd ultimo, wherein nppears Mr llaurly's letter, which requires a little ventilation befure ho can lay c1 mu to any of the high and noble ainiB it is his ambition to pos«c«s With regard to the empliitie contradiction ho gives to Mr Morchead's statement relbrriiic. to his (Mr. Handj's) promise to support the Pul mer Ministry, 1 ran only en that Mr Handy told me, if I would induce Mr Morehead to nithdraw his candidature and let linn walk in he would give a mitten guaianleo to do any thing Ins constituents might deane, and would support tho l'aimer Ministry tlnoiigh thick and thin To this proposal I answered that it was not in " my power," and tuny have added, with pei feet good faith, " or inclination " 'Hie euiTJii«c cxprc«scd to Mr Hemmant that the word of a Ministerial^ should receive more credit than " a con istcut and notoriously de tcrmined Oppositionist," shows in its t...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

' TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ATTSTBALIAÎt ASSOCIATED fEEt>3 TELEGBAM3. SYDNEY. Monday Evening. I THE Chamber of Commerce heio hive resolved on asking tho Iscw South Wales Government to assist Quccnslan I to establish cable cotnmu mcation between Jara and Normanton Mr Wilson, the Minister for Lands, has been defeated for Liverpool Plains ïho Treasurer's defeat is also anticipated A woman named Arh i bas been found mur dcred near Windeyer The supposed murderer has been arrested

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SALE OF FORFEITED RUNS. (Brisbane Courier, March 6) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

~ BALE OF FORFEITED RUNS. (Brisbane Courier, March 6) . M», A. MaBT^r held a sale or the uncxpircd tenus of leases of forfeited runs of Crown Lands %ïîiis Auction Mart, yesterday, lhere wes a good attendance, and, as'will be perceived by Sie annexed particulars of the sale, several lots offered secured brisk competition. .'"* DISÏBICT OF WABBrGO. 'Burrandilla South, 25 square miles, 6i years to «ia i M'JFarluiie ard Appleyard. Authoringa East, 25 square miles, 8 j ears to run | Oprdou Sandeman. -Authoringa West, 25 square miles, 0 years to run i -Gordon Sandeman. Authoringa South, 25 square miles, 9 yoars to run j Gordon Sandeman. - Baykool, 32 square miles, 10| years fo run ; IT, W,_»onkin. ' Lower Eulo Right, 62 square miles, 6 years .lorun] W.3. Morgan. Qullberry,,25 etjuorc milos, 10} years to run ; » -fr. JO. Hoch.. . - jßootliolla Block, CO square miles, 19 years ?* to run | E. M, Geary. ., ' The above lots were all sold at the upset price of 10s. per square mile. W.STBICT OF ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AUMVALS. HAUCH IO-Laiïj non cn, s ,423 tons, Captain Cottier, ¡ from llnslmnc, Muriüorougü, aud dlmlrtonc l'asson pors from Brisbane-Mr* LmirL and throo children, Messrs \\ ] litmbcrl d htoitliouBO, Itifpoctor Coward Fiom Marjhoroiuli- Mi's Arclior, M Us Crceso, Mrs (lurdiicr, Mcsur* 1 fi minor Alnxundoi Arrlior Tram istadsloiio-Mib I vmisnnflcliild Sirs Uo»lcr and two children, Jjr V li JJUZJICOII 3tuiit3 íiití i» Mio stutraBi» Muich li -Jlilciuilm SÍ., 2~¿ tous, Captain Vclr, from Sj(iiioj on tbo ?tli inbiaut l'nssongors- Mrs Kilgour ami ecrvaul, Messrs Ii J Uobiuao», G Lbs « ortli, and sixteen in the eloorago

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GLADSTONE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

GLADSTONE. (mon ont owK OOBBEBFONDEKT.) TniiEE dray» loaded with copper oro arrived during the week from the Binduli muir, neor Kroombit This is tho first inttalment under Ihe-prcsent monagoment The carriers icport there beutgnbuutSGOtonsreadybiggcd waiting, (or drays, ana that three miners can keep Ineniy ?.drays going constantly Tho road is in first "rote order-each dray carrying thrco tons to port It puses through ccvei al other selections, one of which u being "developed " lhey hove lèverai leaders, varying in width from Gre inches JoWtcen, and expect them to joui md form a .good lode et no great depth All ne want now Js tennis. Tjie, battlo-for tlio Mount Perry traffic is still being/ought betweon Maryborough end Bunda 4>crg, but the cream of the joke is, the Mount jPerry.aiiareholders have never boen consulted in tjio matter, and I am told for a fact they aro «inking arrangements lo ship from Bsflle Creek, «'port nearer the mine than Bundaberg by twenty miles and nearer tha...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

r~MOOKHAUPTON POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 0. .-. BBFOEE the Police Magistrate. , £ Catherine Collins appeared brf i n Ihn Court - 'An tho charge of peijiiry. Mr. Melbourne - appeared for the prosecution, end Mr. Milfonl for the defence. Hie Bench dismissed the case, on Jho ground that the j'udgo who heard the case in which the alleged perjury occu.ivd had not sanctioned the prosecution. .'Clarence Saddler was brpugbt balbra tho Court for protection. Constable Laing silted that on the 6th of this month lie saw Saddler at the Well Camp, on the Mackenzie Road ; the prisonpr loemed excited, and witness was re- quested by Mr. Kilgour to take bim in charge ; old Jiot consider the man ohio to take caro of himself, and .therefore took him in charco for protection. William Kilgour, manager of Gordon Downs «talion, stated that on the 5'h instant 'ho ail» prisoner in the back room of Ashcroft'« shanty at the Well Camp, very much the worse -for drink, mid very excited ¡lie wa« shouting out th...

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

WE observe that Captain and Mrs Brandon J and daughter, the claimants of tho contested property in Lust street, arrived by the " Balclutha " yesterday MAITS por " Lady Bowen," for Brisbane and Intermediate Foi ts, close at nine on Wednesday morning Mails for tho Australian colonies close at the same hour on Thursday morning, for dispatch per " Balclutha " WE learn that Mr Hunns, who arrived at Townsville by the " Black Swan, ' s, a short time since, is about starting on an expedition to the heads of the Endeavour Rirci, (passing the Etheridge on to Mount Surprise ) for the purpose of making a collection of mineral and fossil specimens for the me of Mr Daintree, tho geologist, who is non in England Hie cost of the expedition is to be defrayed by the Queensland Government WE are (Jed to hear that a company has been formed and is about to be registered for working the "Alina " Copper Mine, situated about thirty miles from Gladstone W e bare been shown by Mr Worthington, of tho Gladstou...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

GENERAL SUMMARY". The American investigation into the New York Custom-house frauds impli- cates several parties closely connected willi President Grant, and show that tho President acted in a very dilatory manner, if at nil, in suppressing the transactions brought to his notice. The excitement in England over the Alabama claims is not generally affect- ing the- public mind in tho United Stales. The tone of the Press and tlio people is finn, and it is considered impossible for the President or Congress to recede from the Treaty or modify their demands. The threats of war produce no excite- ment on this side of the Atlantic. Prince Alexis of Russia has been out on n grand winter buffalo hunt with General Sheridan and other officials. Tho party killed many buffaloes, tbo Prince shooting a number with his own hand. He is now on his way south, and will leave Nciv Orleans for Havannah. Tho Russiau Ambassador Catacasoy, has left for Europe on the demand of the A mcrican Government. The Rus...

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

W)i ki a n líe i eigns, it servis n tturiil (lief elie should etonn too bbc cenci ally does Ii, the curse of an Illinois discussion, a men i« said to hive * hod a ravino built in tho back of his head with a pop bottle " IF J OU hive been tempted to evil, fly from it j it is Lot filling in the water, but lying in ti, that drowns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

ORDERS OF TUE DAY FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUÜBS: DAY, MARCH 14, 1872, AT 4 r.M. TENDEES for Road lo Strube'a Hotel. KOTIOES OF MOTION, lot. By His Worship tho MATOB That the Report of the Select Committee upon placing sheds on the various wharves be adopted. By Alderman CAPÓES That this Council adopt the Committee of Works Report No. 182.

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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

ADELAIDE. Monday. Sales of wheat to day reported at 6s. 4id. per buBhel.

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

MELBOURNE. Monday. Connell and Clarke, timber incidíanle, have arranged with their creditors for twelve shillings lu tho pound.

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ARRIVAL OF EUROPEAN NEWS, VIA CALIFORNIA. NEWS TO 6TH FEBRUARY. BULLETIN OFFICE, Saturday, 2.30. p.m. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

ARRIVAL OF EUROPEAN NEWS, VIA CALIFORNIA. NEWS TO Cm FEBRUARY. BULLETIN OrricE, Saturday, 2 30 pm. Sydney, Saturday. THE "City of Mulbourno" has arrived from San Francisco. Slio brings no English mail, the Pacific Railway having been blocked by snow. The lalost telegrams are dated the 6th February. | Victor Hugo bitterly denounces Thiers as weak, vacillating, and ambitious; a worse man than Napoleon III. Ho says lie would support Gambetta in pre- ference. The Assembly having refused to pass the taxes upon raw materials demanded by Thiers, he tendered his resignation, bpt the Assembly refused to accept it. Efforts are being made to hurry the departure of the Germans from French territory. Public subscriptions are being made towards the payment of tho last til reo millions of the indemuity, and it is proposed to raise the required amount by a concession of a monopoly of to- bacco for ten or twenty years and by lotteries. A terrible earthquake occurred in Russia on 2 S Iii January. Sev...

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(From the Courier) NORMANTON. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

{From Hie Courier) NOHMANTON. February 23. The Norman River is again flooded as high os before, and there is a total interruption of I communication with tho outljing districts There is no news as to the whereabouts of the mailman A lR>niar\ 28 The wcathci is Coo, the Bynoe and i linden j Rivers are reported to be crossable, end the country is drying rapidly. The Norman Rncr is falling slowly, and will be fordable ia ubout a week if the weather continues favourable The country around Carron Creek and to the mouth of tho Is orman is still impassable There is no mail yet. February 29 Two men who hove arrived from Burke Tonn bring particular of n murder of two white men uamed Hucj and Murdoch, and also of a Knnako, committed by the blacks about thirty miles distant ftam Burke ¿own Hie murdci is supposed to have been commilcd about the middle of last December, but the Hoods hare prevented tho information bein» received earlier. March 1 The two men who brough the information of the mu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATH. LAING.—On the 11th instant, James Laing, Esq.,     Architect, Rockhampton, in his 40th year, eldest son of Charles Laing, Esq., Architect, late of Victoria.   Melbourne papers please copy.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 12 March 1872

IMPOUNDINGS. BookiiAMPTON-By Messrs Birkbeck Bros, Glenmore, 8th March, 1672 Driving Is 8d end Ferry Is per head -Bay horse, grey face, white bind feet, like g near shoulder, saddle marked Bay colt or rig, email white streak down face, off fore and off lund foot white, branded B near shoulder Light grey mare (draught), W over BM (the H «ullin M) over like hour glass near shoulder, like C over ace of spades off shoulder Dark iron grey filly, like 2 or hour glass near shoulder Chesuut pony mare, star, IM over JO near shoulder, saddle marked Light bay mare, black points diamond near rump, W over like 631 off shoulder If not released will bo sold 25th March, 1872 -GEO BABNABD, Poundkeepcr RooKKAirr-TOK-By Mr B Palmer, Port Curtís Eoad, on 12th February, 1672 Damages, ii 6d , driving, 4A per head -Rod and white cow, sht off ear, 6C off thigh, like Q over yon" ribs, D near rump White heifer, rjE near rump Strawberry cow, off hip down, D near rnmp, like TR or FR off ribs Red and white heif...

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