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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

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

A Poces. !-la a dissasioti smb. a temperance lecturer, « toper aaked, .* If «aler «ats voar hool», what aftatt mnA it hst«: OH div o mia «»» }&ur «v »mach ? "

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

There was a Ltv ta Borton against smoking in ,he street. A *dowu-easter, «"*.tH»ed about the city one day, puffing . cigar. I'p walk«! a eonstatde. ' ûuceu you're smokin,' he «aid. You'll l>ay two dollars, stranger * 11 ain't »uiokin,* wa» tb« quick rwpouse, 'try the weed yourself; it ain't alight.' Ttw constable took a pull at the cigar, and out caine a long puff af whit« smoke. ' Guess you'll pay mr two ihJUra,' «**.! the down-easter quietly. * WalL* ivpli«»l thc constable, ' I calculate you're consi- derable tdtarp. Sp*** we liquor. I

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. Thursday,19th instant [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

ADELAIDE. 1 bnr«»»r, 19th ÍMtmi Tfc« <~K>j>» bsre a««taii>c4 mocb 4asaagM owing tu tb,. Kt« »toroa. Flour arattw aâfl in d- ta wwi at XI! ii» to £iZ Wheat, «tl the Port. 4«. Cd. «ote offering. J

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

BIRTH   At Rockhampton on the 16th instant, the wife of the Rev., Samuel Savage, of a son.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

VICTORIA. King's evidance shows that [?] thought not to have left Coopers Creek   early.     Trasle is brisk — floer firm. The Ministerial elections are over, a[?]     all members of the new cabinet has     been returned.     The Black Bell ship Emper[?] of the [?]     Captain Bragg, for London, was burnt to the   water's edge at the Heads, this morning, Dec[?]   20. Twenty thousand ouces of gold was put   into the ship's long boat, which was picked up   by the pilot cutter Rip. 2700 bales wool, 12   tons tallow besides shipments of wheat for     the home markets, were all destroyed. No   lives lost. Rumour states that the fire was   caused by an incendiary.    

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

MESSRS. GREGORY AND UoL'V ÜBE, Veterinary Surgeons, Auctioneers, Stuck, Station, and Commission Agents, Limestone street, Ipswich, yucens -land. R. M'KELLIGETT, BOOKHAM PTON. HB. G. W. PATOTEB, O Ult tí HON, may be consulted daily \ 4J at his Dh-pensary, adjoining Messrs. ' Ward aud Ste rene'. Butchers. Notice. THE Ternis of Sale, re Gatton Sta-; «ion, not having been carried out by - Slr. lt ».hard Cobham, on behalf «f the ; Queensland Pastoral Company,*' we have ! again resumed possession of xhesaid Station, i aud h»*e received an acknowledgment trout the aioreéaid Mr. Richard Cobham, to the 1 effect that we are now ia legal possession of the same. Sow, this is to caution all parties from jturchaaing or removing any wool, stock, stores, or other property whatever, from off said Station wüUiottt our written authority. : MACAItTNETf. QB AHAM and CO. , livery Stahlt«. V01 ICE -The Partnarship hitherto i I caisting between the undamhroed bas I ( this day been dissolved by mutual conse...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, ROCKUAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Rockhampton A MEETING of the Municipal Council was   held on Thursday evening last.   A letter was read from Mr. C. Wake- field, requesting permission to erect some posts in front of the Royal Fitzroy Hotel in continuation of those in front of the Australian Joint Stock Bank. Permis- sion was granted, on the condition that he remove the posts when called on by- the Council to do so. A letter was read from the Colonial Secretary's Office, stating that the Go- vernment cannot grant the land applied   for as a commonage, as it appears "there   is a very large proportion of the town reserve still unsold, and likely to remain so for some time to come, and which will answer every purpose as pasture land to the inhabitants." " Applications to similar purport from other municipalities have been refused, as it appears to the Government far preferable to allow the lands to be sold and improved than that they should lie...

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

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL . —The Govern- ment has sanctioned the Corporation of Rockhampton in contracting a loan of £3000, in addition to the £IOOO pre- viously sanctioned to meet the require-   ments of the municipality. A letter was read from the Colonial Secretary's office, stating that Mr. Wiseman had been instructed to shift the fence at the Yeppen Yeppen "to his proper   boundary." A letter was also received respecting the opening of a road from Rockhampton to Canoona. The Sur- veyor-General reports " that under the instructions of the Engineer of Roads an officer of that department is making the road in question, and that on its com- pletion it will be adopted in the surveys of the adjacent lauds.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

NOTICE. TIM- Mondilly .Meeting of the Cmn , mitt«- of ill.: School of Arts will lie \ liol«! in thc Court House, on the Evening of j THI'liSUAV, the 2nd nroïimo, at 8 o'clock j p.m. Members ari requested to attend, as the j Annual Itcjiort, to lie laid before the Suh i seriNr», will be submitted to tba nieetiníT | j fur approval. , Siil-scriltcrs aro reminded that their sul> , seriiitions are now over-due, and will I* re- ceived bv the Secretaries, or the Treasurer, J. .'. T.AKXiCH. t>j. All i-ubseril>er.s w ill 1« reijuir^d to produce tlieir carls of lucnilicrsliip » bea called oil ! by tbs Librarian. C.. A. DEV TA AFFE, t " F K. MILNE. } Hon. Sees. Kock hampton. Dee. 27,1W1. * MacKenzie Island Quarrying Company. t rriîMC MEETING viii I* held ! -"\ at the S KW COCKT HOUSE, on PH IPA Y EVENIMi. at HALF-l'AST Si;V!:S ocloc*-the use of »hieb ha» beeu i kindly granted by J. Jardine. torweive ; tlie r-port of thc provisional Committee, j and for thc transacting of iwiiortant ba...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT December 14. Before J. Jardine, Esq., P.M.   Edward Brown was fined 20s. for drunkenness, or in default, 24 hours in the lock-up. December 17. Charley, an aboriginal, was charged with the murder of a native trooper at Port Denison. Remanded to Port Denison. Eauner, Master of the Julia Percy, was brought before the Court charged with breach of the Merchants' Shipping Act. Case withdrawn, on condition of defendant paying the costs of Court and expenses. Charles Reynolds was committed to Brisbane Gaol for one month, for heing illegally on the premises of David Joues. Charles Evennete's application for a publican's license was granted. DecccmU-r 19.   1 Before J. L. Hay, J. A. Larnaeb, and W. J. Brown, Esqs., J.P.'6. Peter Dougan, Joseph Travers, Daniel Campbell, and John Law, were sum- moned by lt. E. Palmer and Co, for ab- sconding from their service. The pri- soners were ordered to return to service and fulfil their agreements. I Dec...

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

Tîic- SaliUnlin, of Jóüá lons, failed on tile ISth of October fur ilie new Auítralian colony of QIIIVIIJan 1, nilli ori-r 4m) passengers ou board. Con-id.raldy more than half !iic[i:ie * -!IÇT» 'litre tb- ¡:-n.'.!-«!»'- paid for lil«m by tlie e Ijaiil i.iiviaaini, liios." consoling oí f. mal.' Join.'-lie sen, ant-, fan a laboiuvrs, »md a f.-.v in^Cii-intos. lb..? passengers couirtrir*. aui'àiig them WO married eonah'?, »bout 70 -irisar «vomeri, ma'iy of them dome-eie ¡serraní*. aa.i lil i i-'áiií'..- tueit. pi-iueipalív persons inteinl iti;í (tí rn:f:;r«' in 2U.'itu!lure, fina labonre.-f, ainl m viiarTíi-^. ïhe payin¡» passen <yi> are most of them small enpita'.ist«.-s-onji\ hce.vev¿r, posst'Srin^ eonsulerablemeans, attracted by the fro- irrantä of land, and juin» out to etijjsL'.> ill agriculture, and «>p vially ia ¡irowini c.;'.ton. Tile -Tessie Munn failed for Moreton U::e on the 11th Om ober. The Clifton sad ihe Mont I moroney ivere loading for Queensland.

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ARRIVAL or THE ENGLISH MAIL AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

ASRIVAL or ;ni ENGLISH MAIL AÏ ¡sn»: EV. i THU F.a :?,!<. 's ) arrived from Sydney at I: iif past eight o'el ie!: y<>,tcr<Iay night, l'y the eouite.-y of Captain llíaley we a:,; .»nahfed to lay lu-:" re our readers a fe;.v of the iieae bap irlanl items : Sa- H.H=i-:i~ Di'r -n.-reeds Sh- R, C. M..-'...i:i- M, iii S,.u'!. A-t-tr-ilia, was to sail i'.i- Iiis i JOV. nm: nt ia l.h.v. 'J h.- ti M.: of iàjji.ia.I continues dull, -ind <!i.'ni:!!s ¡a I..a are adopting fhort »¡Kl,- f-T the »al.tof Oi!t->lî. > i ; Janies ti l'a': on 'J. 1 suddenly Ott the -Jâlii < Yío!>.-r. oí dis-as.- of the Iii-art. J.-rl lai.Ti.-i.' i!» -.va- v rv ¡II. A «-ri-is is î.j-j.ru.- h.ns, it is evident, îu Uot'i ¡tu'tiíury a.i-I l'.d v.d. An it!-ur.-.t.»!.-u 1-r--.' on the -1th Oe to!.rr. at 1 .1.-.. :.: 1 ? TÏ - - ? Ï.I I'oia-..). «hen ti,.- p. .>;.! ? te.- i'.. v:i t:. ' i.-l-si.Ul Í ÍZIM ír.mi the j.u: îk- t.-íiíJi-^s m.J ù Jilted thu l'olisl...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

rUt AUSTRALASIAN STEAM XAnoAfiosr OOMPAKV-S "CLàBMHQX" WU kam Einaa-jilun for OUdstooc, HmjboomA. aad Britte»«, oe MONDAY IfcMatartt, Md Moaday. Jamiaijr IS. A. 8. M. Oo.*m Steamers. ÍJOTICK-AE cargo landed from the ? *Hl»llriii finn Navigation Coat W, auas te takoa ctene of hf ». «ii^wni hmwHiMy wt Sriu ?»ML atbtnri« H «IQ fa« autadoT and Steam Navigation Company. OB of a rasnlnttoo puted at af abarabold«fi in thc abor« aaajlnattum «ill te reatad for (tana to te allotted by CaPP&S, ft CO , Bock JOHN STEPHENS, " Secretary. SQ to the above advertise tbe pabLie U iafonned that i original praapectiu abd forma i for alt rei caa te bad at our SHAW. CAfPKB, A CO. «¿iraet Steam Communication be- tween Brisbane and Adelaide, calling at Sydney and Mel each way. TBE FAST AND POWERFUL STEAM «HIP - BALCLUTHA," 750 toaa, SW buna power, hms com ni en oed rina; batanea the above-mentio ned ports. Jae HM iateruolonUl roaod monthly. Var Deicht or paaaage-baving unequalled iatioa-«apir to H. ...

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The Rochhampton Bullctin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY,DECEMBER 28,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

tv» TU lt» AX, BEORVBER 38.1861. TBS peopk of South Australis have on j :t»m) than OM occasion given proof of their earamcMritf crer then* ixMpUUiurn ' iii nutlet*, of legislation, «nd our Govern- ! ment haw acted aviso]y in transcribing avreml nf the Ads of the Parliament of that cokuij, eiriitjy modifying them to snit oar own peculiar circa maUnces. In mutt respecta, the various colonies are GO similar, that it may generally he con- cluded that -wbat hu been found to work areli in one colony of the group, might with equal advantage be adopted hy all the «nuera. VYitliont slavishly following in the .wake of the older colonies, it is troques ttunsi>!y ocr chea poet and wisest policy Ut ne always ready to profit by their ex j*netice. A money order system is in t.pord'im in Son tl) Australia, and also in Vittoria, Mi connection with the various pect «{Sees, by which email sums of money n«ay be transmitted fiotn one portion of those colonies to another. Tba experúncot bas succeeded ...

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McKINLAY'S EXPEDITION. (From the Empire, December 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

McKISL.VVS KXi'üiUTiOX. (From th.: Fingir.., // .', ."/",. \_j I Ir is not a little ivma: kable iii .it mir-' I telegrams from A" ' tide Lal IKIÍ male I the slightest mention vf tho ext ra or 'i j wa rv anJ interesting disoovciy of wilie; we this day publish tUo pavticulais. Mr. M'-Kiulay and Mr. ILxlgkitis m. soavch ing tor traci s ?.{ HUÍ kc's expedition., h ive discovered iii« romains ni MHIW exploring ! luriv whereof wo in Au-tiaHa have ii<> knowledge whatever. It seems to ha es- tablished, beyond the p >ssibili(y of doubt, ¡that, within a comparatively recent pe ! rind, a party of four Ivuropcaus encuuped ! to the westward of Cooper's l.'rcek, were i ai tacked and mntdereJ hy the ab,>rigî:d | ? natives. One body was disinterred by | i McKinlay ; the others, as thj n-tives J I asserted, and there wnS every 'vasmi to ; believe, were devoured by th'.' mur brers. The travellers appear tn have been equipped t\.r a long journey, as s inc < ¡' j tiie dri...

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McKINLAY'S EXPEDITION. MURDER OF AN UNKNOWN EXPLORING PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

McKINLÀY'S EXPEDITION. MITBDKK OF AN CKKKOVVK EX- j p&OBura PAETr. j Ta« Sotâ AuttraUan Eegùier, of 13 ni 1 November, publishes ponióos of the «forte» of McKinbvy's patty, recently zfrnt out in search of Borke. It contains ^iluiinnation of a startling character re ?sparting the remains of a party of four ?Europeans described by th eui in a locality Ito the weetsrard of Coopers Creek, and Krliîch they supposed they had identified ?avtfaoM of Burke and his three com- panions. The fact that their fate has men already aacertaiaed invests McKin- j 'ley's diacovery with peculiar interest We sttbjow a portion of McKinlay s diary:- , .'October 20.-Beached Lake Kadhi lnaa. Found plenty of water. Watered tte horses (the camels some distance be- stial, quite unable to keep np) aud at : once proceeded northward along the side i of * huge beautifully timbered, grassed, ; and clareted swamp or creek, about one mud a bttf miles across, to ascertain the fact as to the presence of a Europea...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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DESPATCHES ON ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN MONEY ORDER SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

: DESPATCH K8 ON ESGLI3H USD AtTS-l TBALf ASi MOS EV OBDKR ÍSTfiTEM. I ORDCSED bj- the Hontes of Assembly of South A astra]]« to bc printed, 24th Sep- tember, 1B61 :-^ From Governor Sir R. G. MacDon- nell, C.B., to bis Grace the Duke of Newcastle. t Government floate, Adelaide, lOUt January, 1861. My Lord Dake,-I have the honour to inform ymir Grace, that the attention of my Ministry tua lately been direct ed to thc best means of extending the opé- rât ions of thc money order offices, estab- lished throughout this colon/ ja oonuec rinn tri th the various post-offices. At first the Utter were only allowed te Imrffl orders on the head office in í> ih Isyííh, bat it has bees thought advkabj^e to p ;rmit them, in future to issue ord»** ©a one another, thus greatly extendí nj» th« facilities afforded for fi II III II in T s J of small íatns through thepolony. ? It has, ho nc ver. i«en farther suggested, that it would bc mnch to the advantage of her Majesty« subjects in .'reat ; b'.rit...

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To the Editor of the Balletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

To Oie Editor of ihr Ballet in. SIB,-Will you allow- mc space in your journal, to contradict those false and li- bellous statements, which Lave g-mo fm ll, iu your issues of tho iiSrd and SOthof tlic last month. Those articles and letters ave very uice to those, I just say, that gave you such specimens of tbeir good feeling of the facts and truth, re- lating to thc "Persia"' and the. <Ji.ui stotiites, as they tenn thom : bnt all > ,\ me personally aud fe.uk.-idy to couti ad u-t thc vile and villainous statenitnts, thiit are weekly appearing in your paper, brides the faise and vile reports that are in c r culatiou about your town, relating to tiie inhabitants of Gladstone, as in your fourth clause of the article ia your Suth issue, you openly state that a certain in- dividual "went on hoard itt the dionis. of a reporter." This I take, to Lo niv.-.n: for me, a.s1 am the only reportar in Gl t.l stone, with thc exception of a gentleman, who is your own coiresjiondeiit ; bu...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Corresondence [The Editoe will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspon lents.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 28 December 1861

(ioiTfsponÎMrc. ¿Tjti# Editor wiiï tint be rc^-pnusit-Ji«' tor thc nutt ot' Carres¡ion lent*-.] TÚ the Editor of (he Bulletin. ¡ SIE.- -I observe by your last issue, that i at the dinner gWen to Sir Charles Nicholson Mr. Wood is reported to have ' said " that iu thc year one-that is the ¡year hf came here''-(Mr. Wood with characteristic self-complacency dates i Rockhampton front the time of his ar- rival here)-" the export of wool was 250 bales ; thin vcar it would be upwards of '5000."' I am not prepared to say what th- ese port of xvool will lie this season, bu*. I can safely say that there was exported from Rockhampton in the year 1>-.~>S, that is thc year Mr. W. refers to, up- wards of GOO bales of wool. J. PALUEK. lluckliawijiton, 19th Dec., 18*31.

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