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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

DEATH. Died at Laurvig, Norway, on the 24th of   October last, Charles Archer, of Gracemere.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALR [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

Shipping intelligence. ARRIVALS. U*T»i.-b«*i ÏW, Mnmam, tata. ÇWJI M-1 M. I»m«i-li. Mt Mr«. OtaaMt, Mu» M¿Y¿«t««y. Ht- Pw«,»»* Wo M U» ' J*MÜCT L »ll-rilf<0. fu«Wii«. «va «y<l .Ws^«; M>. hMU, Kr. Ttm, «4 Bl« UM

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PLEURO-PNRUMONLA:OR, LUNG DISEASE IN HORNED CATTLE. (From the Empire, December 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

iIÄÜRO-P»EUMOKLl; OB, lVÜKft DISEASE IN HORSED CATTLE. (From tho Empire, December 3.) Br the last inail, a communication wat received from London in referen co to an alleged preventive and remedy for this frightful disease, whkh now threatens to deal i ny oar cattle by thousand*; ; and from which we are obligingly permitted to toake sorra remarks. The writer notifies the shipment for Sydney of a urge parrel of Specific BcnwdJn«, the use of which, it is stated, on the highest authorities, has in the s^rienltnral districts of the United Kingdom, prevented die farther spread of this <}4ote io amongst stock in which it had broken ont, or if not altogether prorating, shstiagthe violence of future mttmàt, it is further stated that those wjjpnsdiiji hasp cored eighty ont of every ktafaà tm» of plearo-pnenmonia, and tikis withoat bleeding or btmtenng; father, that it has sot only cured the disease, bot hat pot the animals so cored ,W shriving omid'itiaia ia thc course of two «r «...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

For Fort Denison AVESSEL will be despatched with Her MajcftVs Mail* for the above port on or about WEDNESDAY uext. For Freight or passage apply to HAYNES, BROWN £ CO. For Sydney. jfgbv THE Schooner " UNCLE ?JëtSi TOM," LAKE Master, will sail for the above pott on or about WED- NESDAY uext. For Freight or Passage apply to HAYNES. BSQWN & CO. TO LABOURERS AND OTHERS Tenders are required for DIGGING about ONE ACRE of garden ground. Apply to Hr. WOOD, Woodend. MAN COOK.-Wanted good man .cook. Apply to Mr. WOOD, Woodend. WANTED, by a YOUNG MAN, a Situation as CLERK, or STORE- KEEPER, either in Town or Country. Good References can be given. Address X., DrjLLETis Office. TEAMS wanted to convey Loading to to Morinish, Cockatoo, and Springsure.   Apply this day. JOHN PALMER. Eockhampton School of Arts. AN adjourned meeting of the Com- mittee of the above Institution will he held at the New Court House, on the even- ing of MONDAY, the 6th inBt., at half-past seven o'clock...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

JAPAN. " THE Crimea has arrived from Nagasaki and reports having received a few private letters from H.M S. Ringdove bound for Shanghai, with the news that H.MS. Imperieuse had drifted from her anchor- age in the Bay of Tedo on to a rock ; that her guns were thrown overboard to lighten the vessel when she was got off. Whether see was seriously damaged or otherwise, has not transpired. The guns having been properly buoyed they were all recovered. It is very strange that with the above news, we have received no further account of what has been done in the attempted assassination of the British Minister. The public mind is now becoming anxious about this matter, and as we understand that several officers of the Ringdove vi- sited the legation, there is no doubt but that further important news will reach us on her arrival in harbour.—North China Herald. (From the Nagasaki Shipping Line, 31st August.)   " YOKUMA, 25th August, 1861.   "Dear Sir,—The attack upon t...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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PROCLAMATION [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

PROCLAMATION By Hts Excellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross of the Moat Distinguished Order of St. Mi- chael and St. George, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Colony of QaeeTMuwd and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, dst, dfcc., dfcc. TJT pursuance of the power and authority in ate vested, as Governor of the said colony, I, Sir George Fergnson Bowen, hereby proclaim that a session of the Legislative Connell and Legislative As- sembly of the colony of Queensland, for the dispatch of divas argent «nd im- portant amma, abell commence and be haidee on Wednesday, the eighth day of January next ensuing, at noon, at the Legislative Chambers, in Queen-st ree», in tbs etty of Brisbane ; and the mem- ber* of the said Legislative Council and la^gWlsrias Assembly, respectively, are hereby fsottimd to gita their srtandanne at the aña time ssw pisos atmmdiaglj. Given ander my hand and seal, at Go- vernment House, ia the year of oar Lord one thotuand eight...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE DON-JUAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

lUKIFEST OP THE DOW -TUAN. For Sydney: 82 bales wool. 858 sheep- skins. 4 hid««, 20 tons beche-le-iner. 4 cwt tortoise shells. Haynes. Brown, and Co - 10 eke tallow, 22 hides, Ward.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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BRISBANE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) TUESDAY AFTERNOON DEC 24th [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

BRISBANE. fr BOM ors OWI COUSsrOKDEMT. TOSSDST AfTCKSoov. Die. 24TH. To tell you that I did not write by last boat, and that it it is now a month ainos I troubled the Editor of the BciAsrur, would not, I presume, be any news to yon. I morely refer to the fact that I omitted to write by last steamet-, in order to afford myself the opportunity of as- suring yon that it would bo wrong on your part to attribute my Jacket to the effects of the holiday on Separation Day. I was neither derated by " l*heli*ou « best" (ask Fees to interpret that for you if you «tick at it), or depressed by "salmon," and although the son tea«' rather trying, I cannot {dead guilty 'tither to . necessitated application to iced sherry, or an ardent devotion to " stone fences." None of these things moved me, and my reason for not writing waa simply this-/ eouU «ot ; my bead «nd ! hands being sufficiently overtaxed with- ! out reference to the BDIXBTIM. I aught { excuse myself from writing this time on j the same ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

REGATTA. Four-oared match, won hy "Bushman." Two-oared mahih, won bv Friends boat. Sailing match, won by the " Lady Bowen." The Uncle Tom came in yesterday. Tbe Clarence ja« arrived. Saturday Morning. Oar Horse Maces caine off in fine style yesterday. I append a few par- ticulars : The Town Plate of twenty sovereigns, was won by " Risk," " Zodiac " second. Publicans' Purse of fifteen sovereigns, won by " Moss Trooper," " Zodiac " second. Ladies' Porte of ten sai-ereigns, won by Mr. Langa "Jock,"4- Arkaway" seoond. Hurry aknrry race, «ron by " Count," " Zodiac " second. Forced handicap, won by "Risk," *? Moas Trooper "' second. I Tbe Great Britain hat arrived in Mel- I bourne with th» All England Eleven, j They commenc-*! praetir* on t' e R ch- j ' mon ! ground.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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GLADSTONE. (FROM our own correspondent) Gladstone, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

GLADSTONE. (FROM ona ow« ooaanpoxDsirr.} Gladstone, December 27. FRIDAY, the 20th, was a grand gala day for the young folks of Gladstone. That lieing the " breakuig-cp " day at the National School, it was arranged, it seems, I thst a " treat," or rather a series of treats 1 slionld bc given to the children. Accord - j ingly, al eight o'clock in thc morning, j thc large Customs boat, which bad been kindly proffered by Mr. Hilliard for the Í occasion, started for a cruise in the "Bay," I laden with her well packed freight . f juveniles, ander the charge of their teachers. At " Diamantina " Uland un t'hristeued by Lady Bowen at the time nf her visit here-thc boat anchored for a while, so os to allow the little ones to £0 on «hore. Here they spent a delight . fal hour in bathing and general " sky- larking "-at twelve the boat returned I back again. Shortly after the children , re-assembled on the town " flat," where they enjoyed themselves ad libitum, in- dulging in all manner of sports...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

I H. PROSSER, TAILOR, DRAPER, ' |)írfÉáí*Tt i Q,TT_A-~5T STREET, I ROCKHAMPTON. I N.B.-PI EST - CLASS EEABY - MADE CLOTHING ALWAYS OK HAND. P. FLYNN, PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, AXD <jLAZIER, «Ib'AY-bTUEKï. C. W. PITTS, YAâMBA. THE "LEVERUIER" CLARET, 30s. per dozen. ¡ P. MITCHELL, ITTATCHMAKER, JEWELLE'R * V and TOBACOON1ST, next to JAMES' Golden Fleece Hotel, Uockhampton. I_ SLATER & CO» Watch and Clock Halters, aaa Jewellers, BOCK HAM PTON. Watdtta <md Goda accurately repaired. Colonial JeveUeiy Mana facto red on tba premises. T. TAYLOR. j PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER j And I MAM?FACTCEING JEWELLER, j NEXT DOOR TO CAPT. FEEZ S STORE j HUTCHINSON, HUNTER, db CO., ! HOCK H AMPI OK, Agent« for the j Liverpool and Landon Fire and j Life Insurance Company. PLANS OP THE ITARBOtlBStW ? MOA» (SOUKO «nd POUT DtfHlhtW mfcr ie obtained attn* fferimui' Marti** Oflioc, ilocanaaiptoti. F. K MILNE, CUSTOM HOUSE Ss Ociicmï Agent. Agent for thc ifVBKNSLA Xl* UVA II MAH.-Town Clerk...

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The Bachbaimpton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

tiUI TUAI- QOEEKBXJUrO ADVERTISER , SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1862. IT will be remembered that some three months ago we noticed the arrival over- land of Mr A. KEETH COLLINS and party, who had travelled from Fort Bourke to Rockhampton, - a distance of 800 miles, - about 650 miles of the journey hav- ing been through country wholly unset- tled. We learn with surprise that a writ of Habeas Corpus has been obtained against Hr. COLLINS in Sydney by the Rev. JOHN WEST, editor of the Herald,   requiring him to produce a black boy, which the Herald states was kidnapped   by him from his tribe on the Dawson,   and the editor concludes that in the pro- ceeding he has found a clue to the sub- sequent massacre of Mr. WILLS and his party. The boy, together with a Mur - rinibidgee black boy who accompanied Mr. COLLINS throughout his journey, has been delivered over to the costody of the COLONIAL SECRETARY of New South Wales, pending the result of legal pro- ceed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer   "CLARENCE " will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane, on MONDAY   January 13, and Monday, January 27. A. & 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 the additional shares to be allotted by Messrs. 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 ? application for shares can be had at our ? SHAW, CAPPER, & CO. THE UNDERSIGNED will execute INDENTS for all descriptio...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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CUSTOMS. REVESCE COLLECTED AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE DURING DECEMBER, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 4 January 1862

CUSTOMS. REVESCE COLLECTED AT TOE ClISTOK-BOUSE DECEMBER, 1801 Brandy . £184 14 9 Giu .. ... ". ." ... 14 ll I.ioutuis . 4 6 4 Whiskey . 34 8 I Hum .. 15» 16 2 Pertumitl ^pirita . 0 9 8 All other Spirits . 1 ll ti Wiue .. 68 0 4 Ale, Porter, and Beer (in wood). 2 18 Ale, Porter, and Beer (in bottle). 8 0 4 Tobacco . 423 14 0 Cigars. ... 43 2 6 Opium... ". SOO Tea . 105 19 3 Coff,« and tliicory ... 10 IC 0 Sugar-retitled. 5 7 4 Sugar-unrefined ..._ 107 ll 6 Molasses ... ... ... ... 13 7 Pilotage ... - ~. .. SO O O Bent . ... 19 18 II Told."....£13G3 2 10

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

S Kinora RBSÜLT OF a. Pana Flour ¡ NEAR Lut».-One of these disgraceful exhibitions of human brutality took place on Monday, and reunited in the serions, and probably fatal, injury of one of .the combatants. The fight was "between Samuel Webster, of Woodhouse, and Thomas Keiver, of York-street, for £5 I Z. âiuè, and ii iook place in a field called " The Fifty Acres," near Bothwell, in I jurisdiction of the West Biding con I «tabulary. After fighting for nearly an hour, the police interfered, and drove ! them into thc Leeds boundary. They j renewed the fight in a retired place called ' Gipsy-lane, between Beesten and Mid- dleton Wood, when Webster, who had previously bad the better of the contest, I was worsted, and rendered insensible. He was subsequently taken to his j mother's in a cab, accompanied by a I number of the ring, and was attended by Mr. Loe, surgeon, who pronounced him j to be in great danger. Thc result of the injuries cannot be known for some j hours.

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To the Editor of the Belletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

To tie Editar af O* Bvlltíin. Sta,-Having received wino information concerning die Peak Downs diggings, I beg you will favour me hy inserting the same in yoor popular journaL A gentleman left Rockhampton some ! time since with the intention to proceed to the so-called Peak Dowt.s diggings, bot, on arriving at Yaamba, he was in- formed that some drays uLich were to be sent there had bâen unloaded, and that it would be more advisable to wait till farther aoeonnts were reonvud. Having heard that a gentleman had got forty ounces of gold on the spot, be inquired1 a» to the truth of the report, and was informed by tht gotkma* Atm s*y that etícA tens not the <asc and he dented Laving any gold-ag «tated- in j iiîs {KM)»*»'»*!-, and iiiat tito total amount of gold obtained wa» ten ounce*. 1 He furl her .Mated tbat the diggings] wo io greatly scattered ¿eon ie 'tatties wort- j inp ten miles apart from the lest, and that he nih! not recommend fteopic going v- iihont further accounts...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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DEPARTURER [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

4 m * H» mmni. mttmit, I'M*»*» fini a«'J. f.* *^MWi fn>, »«MM. 1*1*. S»«UT, d.r *ff%wl-iM>,i«hi ??i.C*ft»iii tto*-. iv» Kid««?.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

Th** shir* Oarer »s* wr« koi «t itt co . j rrsnce tn Bluff iTartmar through thu r^Ie« ot' thf^irh.t. - StUiiTtr* Ttitynm

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. (From the English paper to 26 October). [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

MISCELLANEOUS HEWS. (From Ott Euglah VapertJoßMS Oddber). j A PROSPECTUS has been issued of the I Patent Screwed Boot and Shoe Company, ! « iib a capital of 4O.O00Í., in St. «bares. I Thc object is to puncha»; and work cer : tain inventions patented by Mr. John ; Corner, which appear to have been i aderpiately tested, and to ita ve met the I approval of the Government départaient». The process, although extremely «imple, seems calculated to effect, by the saving I of labour, a great reduction in thc cost of I boots and shoes. A prospectus-says the Tim?*-has ] been issned of the General Tram-railroad Company, with a capital of .£200,000, i in £ñ eharcs. Hie first object h to carry I out a concession which has been granted by the Euipcrior of the French for s horse-railroad in France between Oer- ¡ mont and Riom, a distance of twelve { toiles. SCB -M ABUCE ISMAN TerjEwura.- i Another effort is about to bc made to bring the Indian telegraph into working order. When the new company is j...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

£MM Iftlctltar. t»MN»W-r. r. IM» *. T. R. Y rt». ttailun.n, »ill Wwi .>?«.*, Itt. «ul Mr», Vuiv. N.>uu.w. IVr |-*4M^ WMlw li«.»TT.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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