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THE AMATEUR CONCERT. To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

THE AMATEUR CONCERT. To the Editor of the Bulletin. Sir,-The delightful evening that was   spent on Monday, in listening to the   charming display of vocal and instru-     mental talent, exhibited by the various ladies and gentleman who took part in the evening's entertainment, constrains me to express a hope that it may not be   the last time we shall be afforded an op- portunity of appreciating their exquisite   accomplishmenis, and that talents of     such a high character may not he doomed only to please the contracted circle of private friends. I trust a philharmonic society, or some association may he ini- tiated by which means we might look forward to a repetition of the rich treat with which we were honoured on Mon- day. What can tend more to promote good feeling, to raise the mind from the action of evil influeuces around us, and to instil at once a healthy, thrilling fee...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

(ADVERTISEMENT.) I HEREBY caution the Public gene- rally, against giving credence to a female   of bad and disreputable habit, representing   herself to be a connection of mine. I   solemnly protest, before God and man, that the said female has no moral cause, for such representation that I entertain pro- found veneration for the sacred duties, re- sponsibilities, and obligations of the holy estate of matrimony ;-and that from such   representation my character sustains mate-   rial injury-holding me up to the scorn of mankind, as the violator of eternal vows, the   sceptic of religion, and the destroyer of that elemental morality necessary to the well-   being of society. Acknowledging the dire misfortune of a public advertisement of this nature, still I feel it a duty to redeem my family (the respectability of which none dare impugn) from the imputation of a mesalli- ance, and its name from ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

BRISBANE From the Courier and Guardian we ex- tract the following     The success of mr Heussler as emigra- tion Agent for Queensland on the conti- nent of Europe, is likiely to be equal to     what was anticipated; he had visited   Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Bremen, Olden-     berg. Hanover, Carrel, and was at Frank-     furt on 24th September. The senators of Bremen and Hamburg had expressed their full approval of the plan proposed by the Qeensland Government to en- courage emigration from the Continent,       and it had thus inspired great confidence.   It is found, however, on both sides of the Channel that the battle of life is not so severe as it was some years ago, and that employment is most plentiful. The result will be that emigration will be less common, but the emigrants will be of a better class, Mr. Heussler...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

For Sydney Direct. . THE Brigantine Schooner DON JUAN, ARNOLD Master,   will sail for the above port on or about TUESDAY next. For Freight or Passage apply to HAYNES. BROWN, and CO. For Sydney Direct. THE Schooner PEARL will sail for Sydney on MONDAY,   23rd December. For Freight or Passage apply to CAPTAIN WILLS, on board. Rockhampton Regatta, REGATTA will take place on Boxing Day. All Boats to start from the Customs Stairs an proceed to a Boat moored at Alligator Creek. HARRY JENKINS, HAIRDRESSER, Perfumer, and Tobacconist, opposite Mr. Feez' Store,   Little Key-street. WANTED - A FEMALE SER- VANT. P. D. MANSFIELD.     WANTED, by a Respectable Young Man, a Situation as CLERK, or AS- SISTANT in a Store. The Advertiser would   have no objection to go up the country to Educate a Family. Address A., Post Office, Rockhampton. Wanted Immediately,   TEN MEN as DROVERS ; must be   Good ...

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not be responsible for the seatiments of Correspondents.] To the Editor of the [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

Correspondence. (The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments   of Correspondence.)     To the Editor of the Bulletin. Sir,-On looking over your paper of the   14th December, I observe in your reportj   of my speech at the dinner to Sir Charles   Nicholson, that yon have represented   what I did say in a light, not only calcu-   lated to give a false impression, but also   rather to cast ridicule upon myself.   The objectionable passage is as fol-   lows :-" There was nothing like bullock   driving, except the disastrous affair at Rannes, but it was the old family name still.' Now. Sir, what I did say was this - " That I took great interest in squatting, and I was prepared again to enter into the hardships of that life ; and from ex- perience I could state that for hardship there was nothing like bullock driving, and tha...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

CHINA. We have papers from Hongkong to the   12th of September.   The Overland China Mail of that date, adverting to the death of the Em- peror, says:-In the far north of his vast empire, where be fled for safety   from the hands of man, the destroying angel has fallen upon him, and secured him within the bonds of death. Sur   rounded by the mural rocks of Tartary,   and within the walls of Zehol, thia mighty ruler has succumbed in the flower of his youth, and a nation of four   hundred millions is cast into mourning. Where now are the vauntings of this   imperious prince, who spurned the con-   tact of British power ? Where are his predictions that the " barbarian " armies of Albion and Gaul would be swallowed   up by the frigid elements of a northern     winter, or the calorific blasts of sum- mer ? Like a second Nicholas. he has &n...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Shiping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

ARRIVALS December 14- Clarence. Steamer, Cuttier, from Bris- bane. Passengers, Miss Royce?, Messrs Shepherd Smith, higgis, J.G. Macdonald, Turner, Solomon, L.   Smith, A Sanderman, Wiseman. December 16.- Ben Bolt, ketch, McEwen, from Port Denison. December 17.- Boomerang, steamer, Chatfield, from Sydney. Passengers Mr and Mrs Manton, two chil- dren, and servant. Messrs Muldoon, Stewart, Capper-     Heyasa? and nine in the steerage. DEPARTURES. December 17- Clarence, steamer, Cottier, for Bris- bane. Passengers - Mesrs. Ball, Morton, A. Smith, Wood, Leicester, Shepherd, Smith, Bottson?, Hendrick, Yates, Porter. December 17.- Seagull, schooner, Lawrence, for Maryborough. December 19.-Boomerang, steamer. Chatfield, for   Sydney. Passengers:- Sir C Nicholson, Messrs mes- dames, Wood. R. Scott, G. Long, R. J. Willimett, D. Coleman?, Brown, Traill, Robinson, Cobham.   December 30 - Ben Bolt, ketch, McEwen, for Broadsound. de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMER   "CLARENCE " Will leave Rockhampton fot Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane, on MONDAY December 30, and Monday, January 13. A. 8. N. Co.'s Steamers. NOTICE.- All cargo landed from the Australasian Steam Navigation Com-   pany's steamers, must be taken charge of by the consignees immediately on being landed, otherwise it will be carted off and stored at their risk and expense. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. In pursuance of a resolution passed at a meeting of shareholders in the above company, applications will be received for additional shares to be allotted by ? SHAW, CAPPER, & CO., Rock hampton. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. REFERRING to the above advertise- ment, the public is informed that   copies of the original prospectus and forms   of application for shares can be had at our ? SHAW. CAPPER, & CO. Direct Steam Communication be-   tween Brisb...

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MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. From Sydney : 1 hhd brandy, 1 hhd ale, 1 Cs hardware, 2 css bedsteads, 4 pkgs furni- ture. Thozet ; 1 pkg tobacco, care of Palmer ; 5 css old tom, 5 css geneva : 1 ¼ ck Sherry, 1 mat coffee, 2 css, 1 cs cheese, 2 bxs raisins, 2 bgs corn, 1 cs hats. 1 cs confec tionery, 2 css sardines, & 5bgs rice, 6 bundles hoop Iron, 2 css oil. 4 kegs paint, l cs axes, 1 bdl Brooms, 1 keg ironmongery, 1 pel, Mans- field ; 20 css geneva. 1 cs cigars. I case fire- arms. 86 mats 32 bgs sugar, 2 chts tea, 2 css, 1 keg limejuice, 1 bg rice, 1 cs, 1 bx pipes 2 cas, 6 grindstones, 16 css pickles. 1 cs sago, 2 bxs raisins, Feez : 28 lbs -, 28 lbs lead, 2 chts tea. 5 mats Sugar, 90 bags flour. 1 bundle handles, 4 cks. 7 css, 4 chts, 1 portmanteau, 4 canvas packages, 1 box soap, 4 bxs sundries, 1 pkg tarpaulin. 1 pkg spades, 1 pkg buckets, 3 bgs salt. 5 bris, 3 kegs, 1 ck, 2 bxs. 3 pkgs doors. &c., 2 packages iron pots, I pkg wool bagging, 7 bags sugar, Hutchinson. ...

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MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. From Brisbane : 1 trnk, I bg. 2 portman- taus. Goddard, care of Feez; 1 trunk, McNab, care of Palmer ; 1 box soap, 40 bags flour (50 lbs). Miller and Hutton, care of Huchinson. Hunter, and Co, 1 cs tumblers, James ; 1 bx soap, 1 pkg tobacco, 2 chts tea, I ct sundries. Gillespie, care of Feez ; 1 bale   woolpacks, care of Hutchinson, Hunter, and Co. ; 30 bgs flour. Gillespie, care of Feez; 2   cns fruits, 2 cases jams, 2 trunks. Miller and   Hutton, care of Hutchinson, Hunter, and Co; 8 bxs candles, 6 bxs raisins. 1 ct sage, 2 cn. jam, 2 cns pickles, 1 cs salmon. 1 cs sar- dines, Bird and Wormald; 6 hhds ale. Watt; 4 bgs bacon, 4 bgs corn, 1 bg pepper. Bird and Wormald ; 1 grindstone. Dean and Crosby; 2 gunny bgs sugar. Miller aad Hut- ton, care of Hutchinson, Hunter, and Co: 4 box candles, 1 cs cheese. Winter and Co; 3 boxes soap. S css Brandy, 1 cs sundries. Hut- chinson, Hunter, and Co; 5 cs champagne, 1 csk tumblers...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

INDIA. We have papers from Bombay to the 27th of September.   From the Overland Summary of the     Bombay Gazette of that date, we quote   as follows :- The past fortnight has not been signa- lised by any remarkable events. Pros- perity, political, social, agricultural, and   commercial, has reigned throughout the   land. It is to be noted, with great thankful-   ness, that the famine which rested so sorely upon the North-west provinces has been removed. Cholera has been raging with great fatality. It is stated lo have ceased at Meean Meer on the 13th inst. Although   it broke out at Umritsir, the means promptly employed for checking it were completely successful. At Meean Meer it first showed itself on thc 6th August. The strength of the brigade in European non-comissioned officers and men was then 2162. On the 13th instant, the strength stood at 1679. In little more than a month...

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MARYBOROUGH [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

MARYBOROUGH [from our own correspondent.)   THE recent magisterial disturbance ? has not led to any changes, but as you will have observed from the Courier, Mr Kent's removal is talked of as extremely probable. One thing I can vouch for- that our P.M's antagonist, Mr. Aldridge has not looked so merry for months as he now does and has since his late visit to Brisbane. It is believed he met with   a somewhat flattering reception there in high quarters, and report says it may be accounted for by the fact that Mr Kent is rather obnoxious to more than one   member of the Government.   Aldridge has indeed so far recovered   his senses as to allow himself to be nomi-   nated as an alderman on Saturday last,   and has openly stated his intention to   cease opposing municipal institutions.       He will probably be elected on Saturday   n...

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THE KENNEDY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

THE KENNEDY. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Since the date of my last by the   " Presto" nothing of importance has   transpired in our settlement. With fre- quent indications of rain, and evident showers towards the interior, the weather along our coast line still continues dry. In the meantime the sun, after giving us experience of his vertícal rays, has passed to the southward. The heat is percepti- bly greater than in months pasts, but still is seldom oppressive, and it is not often the thermometer ranges over 90*. Health is also good, although two or three of our people have of late been ailing to some extent. Last week two drayloads of wool be-   longing to Messrs. Sutherland and Co. arrived from the valley of the Suttor River by way of Fort Cooper. Another time from their own proper men they will be able to make a shorter and more direct course for this place, leaving Fort Cooper well to the southward. Two weeks ago the brig "Julia Percy," o...

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GLADSTONE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Gladstone, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

GLADSTONE.   (from our own correspondent.) Gladstone, December 13.   You will not be surprised if I should have a word or two to say in reference to your leading article reflecting on the conduct of the Gladstonites in connec- tion with the ship "Persia." Your animadversions, though severe, are   wholly unfounded. Your informant, whoever he may be, appears to be one of those numerous Rockhampton gents who are intensely end most stupidly jealous of Gladstone and Gladstone in- fluences, and who seem to experience a deep, secret pleasure in bringing up an "evil report" of the " good land" and   in levelling their miserable shafts against t inhabitants, I regret, however, that on the mere assertion of a single in-   terested party-for I cannot conceive that more than one could have been guilty of conduct so base-you should have given utterance to, what under other circumstances I should designate, such reckless statements....

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The Rockhanpton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

I - The Rockhampton Bulletin and CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1861. AT the meeting on Tuesday, of which a report is furnished in another column, several topics of vast importance were mooted, among which were, the establish - ment of a circuit court, the erection of   more commodious bonded stores, wharf-   age accommodation, the providing of an additional steam dredge for the rivers of the colony, to be employed first in the Fitzroy ; immigration, the land order system, and the obstructions now pre- venting the occupation of the country for pastoral purposes. The necessity for another steam dredge is manifest, and the House of Assembly will not, we should hope, oppose a grant of money for that purpose. The one now approaching completion, although ostensibly voted for the rivers of the colony, every one knows is really for the exclusive benefit of the Brisbane. The bar at the mouth of that river will re- quire an immense amount of la...

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MR. SANDEMAN,M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

MR SANDEMAN, M.P. Mr. SANDEMAN has made a hasty visit to Rockhampton. Arriving here at 10   a.m. on Monday, he intended to leave in   the evening of that day by the same   steamer, placards were therefore posted   over the town to the effect that Mr. San- derman would be prepared to meet the electors at 4 p m. at Wakefield's Hotel A thunderstorm coming on in the after noon, prevented the meeting being held   at the time appointed, and Mr. Sande man's friends prevailed upon him to post- pone his departure for the " Boomerang," to sail for Sydney in a day or two, and he accordingly requested his constituents   to meet him the next day (Tuesday) at   8 p.m. A large number assembled to hear Mr. Sandeman give a statement of his political views and intentions, as their newly elected member of parliament, and Mr Charles Nicholson was voted into the chair.   The CHAIRMAN said that he was ...

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ANNIVERSARY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 21 December 1861

ANNIVERSARY DAY. THE Anniversary of the Foundation of Queensland was observed as a holiday by all classes. Numerous picnic excur- sions were made up, and started for dif- ferent portions of the environs. The principal amusement of the day was the Regatta, which took place in the reach   between North and South Brisbane, and   was in every way successful. The ap- pearance of the river and its banks during the day was very animated. In the middle of the stream the Clarence was moored as a flag-ship, gaily decorated with colours, and musical with the strains of the Volunteer Rifle Band, which greatly enlivened the intervals between the races, and added much to the enjoy- ment of the day. The following is a programme of the events : FIRST RACE.     A Pair-oared race for Youths not exceeding the age of 30 years, in Watermen's Skiffs or skins classed as such-with coxswains,   1st Prize, £8 ; 2nd Prize, £2 ; Entrance, 10s. 1....

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. OCTOBER 23. 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

i.vtXDoK »vour, UKI» )itr. Oi.-TvBi-.il 'J'«;: «arnf îiiattivity noti'-cd iii our last re- port coiitinU'-s, mi'! tho f. w <;oj,trai.ts m»>k> :»i ? cntiri iv for l;:ui'l to mouth ojnrjtii)H¡; (h.- only i .vi-, ¡''.ion liciti? fir luw Kist j lu.ii¡i'¡> which l);tvc fouml « ready for : Alu lira nt ÍUI avi-ra.".' n-lvan.-u ot J.l. lo 'M. ¡ «ii thc rai es vurr. iit mt Jul}-. Our o»u . ii>a::iif<ictnrer« wer* likewise Mea ly huy- is : ut tili» advaucc. t->!»'. wry lar,;" contracta \ l:a»i!i;j bceu takiu tor hhiuki-ts tor that i market. j The ur-xt ncri« of colonial wi>ol Salc-s i-íiinirjcuu^ on tí¡<: Ttli of Novt nih r, tile ur j rivals i .cluliii^ li.-hl over »o»ls iio«f j íiiu'iiintiní to ij">,000 1ml. s, ivhieh it is ÜII I ti. ij.ited will IK.- inci eased to fully 70.00Ü j li .les: tile lärmest immlier ever ofítr^il at loe ' XoVelubci 6 lief. ¡ With reference to the probaM". ran se of i prices it is (Jiñ;< u!t to form au...

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BIRD AND WC RALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

BIRO AS'ît nCßJALVS BBPORr. I Til* htows Rurket this «eek ha* Iwen ¡aauwwlVy rtt^resaed. We hare ont one pi iv.te traaaactiou to note, which may j be nitrifrutud to the faa of a portinu of ! thc Qu iii nias week Iwiiip spent in ludí tiny waking OUT weekly sale, last Fat unlay, t\«s fullly altend.-d, and about twenty head of horses wei« KO)<1 at priées vam'in; Imm JL12 lo £¿5. The market cvi »Wtlyjs ticing, a.ippticd Sar beyond io .jnireiiieiils, everpl lor draught Mork, for which we llave a good many imjni: ie*. Winking bullocks are (-outing in for sale more freely. We sold one team of eight with dray, «fc*\, for £10'.*, ui.d wu hear of two other team* having <-li.»iig--d hands.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

A notification in t!ie G<iz<ifr of N r. 3liJi announces that tli<; Government have dctenuined;-*ln accordance willi (he provisions i-f lin? I'llh sectim < f ilie act 'Jilli Viet, X.J. ll,-on e.-tal.n.-i.inif an uniform |ieriod for tl,o iveeij l «d' rents reserved on all pastoral leiiM.':* nc quired unrier the provi&iai-s of the "* Un ?occupied Crown Lands' Occupation ict: and the "Tenders* for ».rowii Lund.-,' Act -." and that the HUth <rf September 1 iu each year is thc day upon which :dl ! such lents sball lie ¡«.yuille at llie ; Treasury. lu defa-ill ot' saoh priyino ;t j living made, lessees have W day*' grace alli »veil, I mt in a-l<Hw ri to the lid'. ! amount of the rent, a further sum m¡tial to uiic-fourth of the rent will alsj have to lie paid liv way of penalty. A despatch from thc Duke of Xew- 1 cesile to Sir J. Young, Governor of< New South Waits, in reply to petit!.ms from tho inha! itau...

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