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MAINFEST OF THE CLARENCR. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

YAKI FEST or xas CUR rx CK. r'mtm fttiabauc : t pel, J«lm»t<»« ; I pkg. tXsctpel,.aar« et Naiwkl; 1 Mid. tírll; 2 <w snjktia*»; S ow Wtatorx, 2 tigs rice, 3 WM». 1 lie* apples. §-p»vk«« «ops, I ck liactiit*, <i «1» **c*lr*, I cs suodri.-a. 30 I«s flour. 33 bg* . MMe» angar, 12 bs* spline. 4 chit 6 j-cht« . s »ts ina. Hr inter and Co. care of Hird .wt KartsaU; IO fags aalt. Od hg« door. Gil IrapW. eareof Fosa; 1 ari. ttregory. of Banfe« ; I nat«, t bhd «j*rtt«-n»»r>!, Ä jars tlmiiaios, 1 ca «onfeetiaaeiy. fei«; 4 jars Ihnijnlet, 1 crate earthenware, 1 cs riu«ti>, M'Kttthjelt; 10 hg« UY*lr, care of Uutchin aou. tlauter. and Co : 1 pei Mr«. llrrKy ; 1 ta, <«J« of Fainter: 1 case. Lawson ; 1 ras<\ Hinter ami Cb ; I cs drapery. Konm-Hv. Car* Of itUcbibSVKl : IO fags Hour, «Lurent cai« of StnacMneon ; 1 nag potatoes, 1 J-Hit Am,Canning; 2 oat «tore«. Hard}, care o. ttajAlwam «».! Co ; C CK» »; H.u. 4 bat tea, Uarriaon and Ucuery...

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THE CRICKET HATCH [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

TUR OHICRKT HATCH livrantes tí*» All Ivr.glaii 1 ;Elr*r« »'xl PiglilwEj) of Vulorifc tis* oin* off. TU* tclvgtsma lo Ute Urt>liait« p*ptm are Moe. : what confliction, lat «re gafier that (lia i Victorian» In tiffir li ret and »ioond innicga togrtJirr scored Í98, and the AU Kn gi »nd , iïlerm in their first taning* scored 30$. . five wfcknts duwh onlj, Stealing U>« Vieto j riaoi liv i)7. i 1 be next garni; will tr« against Kl«v<* of , j Vktoitaantl Moven of Nt-ir Scittb Vf ¿Icc. i

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VICTORIA. AND NEW SOUTH WALES: RESPONSIBLE GOVERMENT IS THE COLONIES. (From the Timed October 21) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

VICTORIA. AKD STEW SOUTH WALES: RESPOKSUILE 60VKBKMKK*F IS TUB COLOX1ES. (Ffvm th* Ttau*, Ot*fcr 21..1 WHATEVER g» »od effect« iii« establishment of local self government throughout the j counties inhabited hy the British mee j bas prod need, no one can doubt who ! look« impartially at th« snhjetg. that for j those good effects ne have luvt to pay « i very neaw price in the destruction of j th« unity of thc Govcrasfieut of Ute j e spiro. We do not regret the old sys lcm tbrt prwafM «t {<4i^4bmol m «ra* «ujuüt I« th»¿*d<rM<0t «W^:Wn1 tmne wítbont ;vj*e^. ;lánt^ other never gstoexL fr wm'm 4ontl exceedingly aeocgiU&le to lb» whole trihi of plaoehnnter», m td opened . f¡*otmil to many . brotwi-d«r*m ont «Mt fited wxáety. Wot in ukmg (tam lite txAoiiim the pow«- of seif-government «re food from theta awpotwf* «rfawfc «ve «ir» il» .Me to nsw, and i aa dc ml oondtm od* rai hy meddling with what «ne ¿id not m detetaod. Siili<0Bf tborongB ...

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SYDNEY. (Per Brisbane Telegrams). [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

SYDNEY". (Trr Crisltant Telegrams). TUE Hon. Jo! i. IJobertiion has taken Iiis departure for thc South on aa electioneering campaign, be l^iiifracauuidate, as previously announced, for the seat vacated by Mr. Garrett (Shoalhaven). 1 The statue of Wentworth is to stand in the hall of the University. The (.'oloiiial lreAsurer-Mr. Weekes-! has given notice that he will introduce tile Appropriation Uill for H8C2 0:1 Wednesday, the Stil instant. A hill autiiorisiu-ï the Government of this colony to m-gnciale a tr» atv with the Govern- ment of Queensland »¡th reference to the collection of Border Dues, »at parsed ou the 'Jud iu.-taut. The AssemMy voted the handsome ram of £¿¡00 for a yuceii fi Plate to tie run tor at the Annual Haces. A vote of £10,009 for thc Volunteers has xl&o pa^el the AssemUy. as w& ja sum for a Volunteer Naval Brigade. The ICiurcn «f Ne*- South Wales sailed for Melbourne ou Tuesday. At Elsworth* tart sale, some large transactions in wool t.*ok place,...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

VICTORIA. AT a meeting of thc Exploration j ; Committee on thc 11th nit., a letter was ! read from Sir. King, offering to TC tuni with Howitt to the graves of Burke. and Wills, aud Grey. Also, /rom Cop I pin, offering' King ¿1091) for twelve months* attendance at a lecture on ; Burke's Expedition, with a reply from King, declining in íuauly terms. Costello was sentenced hy a full coori, to twelve months* imprisonment for pro- curing impersonation at Mornington elec- tion. Frankel; Murray, «nd others connected with Costello, were bcnteuccd to fix months. Howitt, with full powers, started from Melbourne for Coopers Creek on thc 9th December. Thc schooner Tayne, from Otago to i Ifuhart Town, was wrecked off Tasma j nian Peninsula on 1st December; four passengers lost. On thc IS iii ult., a sale of thc booths for the first All England match took place in the vestibule of the Cafe de Parts. Fifty-one compartments, of about ten feet frontage by twenty feet deep, were disjjosed of for 9&am...

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MORETON BAY SAVINGS' BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

MORETON" HAY SAVINGS' BAKE. Year. Depositors. 1£',<¡ . 91 ... is," . u;o ... 1S">S . MO 3K# . 140 ... JW.0 . 222 ... to Dec. IT. HO .. Deposits. £ s. d. 1.509 1 0 3,«3 3 « Jl.filS ll 8 2.ST0 7 8 4.04« 17 ll 8.GU2 18 0 Total. £2J,?ol 19 3 ll. F. TIIEHS, Accountant. The above table shows the amounts deposited in tlie Savings" Bank since its institution. The falling uff in the year 1S59 is accounted for by the cireninstancc that building societies were then esta- blished, tvhkli <!revv largely from the savings of working men, and also that many snms v.-ere iuvested on land ia that year. The institution is eminently pros l>erous, is well managed by the trustees, and is the mcaus of accomplishing tuuch good.-G'iariliaa. Wc continue cccasïoîially to receive ac- j counts ni new .UTIvals ia thc colony ex- periencing disappointment, and resolving 1 either to rellim to England or try the eon them coasts. Wc know not what i these discontented jieoplc expected when t...

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

Douglas Jerrold «re» kt a party when tb« Park guns announced tho birth of a prince. *'Hun they do powder (hese; babies !"' Jenalt exclaimed.

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MANIFEST OF THE UNCLE TOM. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

MANIFEST OF THE UNCLE TOM.       For Sydney: 91 sheepskins.  

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MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG.     For Sydney: 38 bales wool, Palmer: 48   bales wool, 2c?s pickles, ?oz; 4 bales wool,   Mansfeld; 12 bales wool, Hutchinson, Hun-       ter, and Co; 1 bale 1½ bale wool, 3 bales   sheepskins, Bird and Wormald; 20 cks tal-         low, ?? ?????, Watt; 1 oz drapery, 1 pel,   ?????; 10 cwt. 2qrs 24lbs. copper ore,       Hutchinson, Hunter, and Co.

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. (From Le Follet.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

FASHIONS FOE OCTOBER. (From Le Folla.) 1 FOB tbe month of October dresses are to be comparatively plain, with one or two flounces only as the role. For ordinary wear the lighter descriptions of etuflfe are abandoned, and stout silks, and even worsted materials, brought into requisi- tion, according to tbe 'variations in the uncertain weather of the Parisian Oc- tober. Bonnets anent we have nothing new to note; but we may announce, with equal certainty and pleasure, the diminu- tion in the proportions of the upper part of the ladies' cages-redueed by one- -half their volume; unfortunately, the lower part still remains intact, yet we bad the change as a step in the right -direction, which we trust may be followed by a greater reform. Full Dress.-Silver grey silk robe, having on the skirt bnt one flounce, sur- mounted by a plain green ribbon, forming a festoon. The corsage is roond-waisted, and finished off with a wide sash of thc same colour as the dress. The sleeves are of moderate w...

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DIABOLICAL OUTRACE BY A CABMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE BY A CABMAN. Of Friday, the 4 th ot October, Müs Jolly, aged nineteen, rent. a<von.pauied by ber brviher, t«> a pu1}' given at an onutatiun*! itiMitntkm in Dublin. She ¡crt the party about te» o'clock, arith ber rcrrfhtT. who «<ailcd a cab that was paw- ing. The wight waa wet «nd dark, an 1 she cabu-au went at a raj» i auca OB bis «ray in the direct km of ita tho anec. It "WW* ,N*' WIMK be »vachel the dead wall in upper Rathmines fae, without any appen-nt cause, |«lYd np. ieft his seat, stud, it ia stated, retnrwd to a public- ? Ito «nw ia the locality, where hr had some «träfe. WvMtf the cab «nd bis " tare " ataiiting Yy the wall A gentleman who ama fatting, nimming thc lady tn th«* earriají*. !Mj'.trerf «íiat «a» thc nutter. ¿bc that ivbe « at af, ai i the cab ! man bad gone out of his war, or Unit tte j tva« not acting properly. The cibuis* ? then mad« his nppeaimnc», and afivr 1 bating nuldy addmwed tbe gentleman, ' drove off. Qa arriv...

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JENNY LIND AT EXETER HALL. (From the Sprector, october26) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

ifSKNS* LIKU AT EXETER lim,. (From rte Sprti, tir, OrV.xVr *¿Q ) Tine appeat»«« of Jenny Lind is an oe tintinee which will he ntcmnrahh; in our W.IISÍCMI annals. Sh« ha* aplin come (?ifffi «he (tu ht io after aft interval of *ev«n y «jr», and after a ve4rrei*H*it ?> h;ch, till »<«,*, has lie** hefiere"ft to he 11. '. We tl» «ot know, indeed, (o what f.<*<*t hei eppoamno* this week at K.\oter Hali is tn be oonaidcred as a ro .wiiiij lUm of her career. AH that ia ¿n .wu ix, that she baa eudiataken a uut4c*t tour in the provinces, accouipa nir--l hy M. tlrohiarhuiits, Mr. Sims flex ves, ano* several other «minent artists ; bat af Tswr ulterior mtetftione nothing lue trausfirad. Ber finner eaten- was very «¡inroiar jB «everal respect*. Thou¿$i its btfluancy «u »ow exceeAed-scarcely ever equalled-it waa extremely short; and, though she » foreign, ft was con Saeá absout «xcltMÎt<ehr te Great Britain. After * «un« dehui in Gen«any the came Co ...

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THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

TUB Y l'Ait. Tau** *irliiï?-aatrtbnr y«-»r liu fl<*I~ i'l-l t*»ili mri fi a »1riJ li An Kif ut Jr^atn : I.« ai in- m r.nli'T. au.I rtil. furll. r, duwil Ki»roii»"*dirlt, #»VÍT-rollin 5 *u*Ain î AbitUttT yiAr-xnd nXl lt* li'-n*** «u«! frar», lt» rlirTJsir 1 rjrv.mï»»,iif fWnlit« bílUT l«*ar*«, A ¡ii lo Üi. i» -*t-*ilK> will rvturn no nn*r«*l Aiil yt't fortíi't iï »M.IÎ BvrvrX flavors KUT* «trwn Am«« il* v*»*i**>-fl***«TS IfigUt and fair ; A «i-I mr wy tr'»tu«! llii* iMeu-lik* ji.»rta»i\ Til«»-** wither" J fl.jwcis leave 03 Uie cluhiug; t ar! r.-vz-t il 0"t * Tiicoid yurmn- turo ¡eil A *»»r*i »:i «r it wttr.h*or>»»T'»r *V- »trw ; fi-"rr t oar M a d ravliv anew ! B'i! "Vf tl*<» «Iwnînï yw » T«»11 te iliroieu - T*K %»A:f lurer !>Uiu? f-i»ui.> f.ii. - 31 .s;.v Viv tV.ir ,¿n*?uro .h . nain Tint t¡;r.»u-1» tîi? year our Kt*»« ftvrjJl ï lt wsy 1'* it ir«, uni f^arf'il H Anni miy ri-,f ; II iaa.iT W ba:M,**»* ?-^'?in-x-Unif at',î ll.:,-y tar; lïm U- it tf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

¡ £2 REWARD j LOST OU STRvYBD, 1 ÏÎAY rtaMe fed CAIUHAt. IWÍOKSE. black j>o:iits, rirons cu riv mane and tail, and ' di(Kre:tt Uotebcd * blands on Ute near] \ shoulder. 1 «'IIESXrr COLT, branded LU on near] shoulder, white siripa on i.icv. Tbc above reward will bj paid on delivery oí tlie said j hoiàcd to j ME. ALBRECHT FEEZ, j IV" ANTED-Two ASSESSORS for j l;.-itinjr tile I'rojt.-riy withiu the j Imundaries of the Rockhampton Munici ' ji.tlity for thc current yeal, r'mr further jtaiticii'urs apiflr to the Town Clerk, i liv Order, F. K. MILNE, i Town Clerk. I .Taiimrv 10, IS1??. ¡ Wanted, ¡ \ PARTNER in a Sheep and Cattle Statiou oa tL j Calliope, cousisline ol" Six Uljeks of first-class Kneen and Cattle I Countir, being about twenty iiiiK-ñ ou each side ol the lîise.s, taking iu ail the W'atcr . sbed-ï. ;:nd c.¡i.»Me«'f carrying 4'J,000 sheep ¡ and ÍW3 head of cattle. ¡ There are about sli^ep on thc run, m-aWy ah youu^, aoujid, and healthy sheep. There aro sis shingle"! sheep st...

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

The Preverence schooner is in the river, on the upper flat, and may be expected up   by this morning's tide. Her cargo consists principally of timber and produce from the Clarence River. Thc Coquette, from Sydney, is also in the river, eleven days out. The Clarence left Brisbane at noon on Tuesday, Maryborough at 5 am. on Thurs-   day, Gladstone at 9.30 am. on Friday, ar- riving at Rockhampton at 9.30 pm. last evening. Moderate S E. winds throughout.         Captain Cottier reports that the captain of the Sweepstakes wanted him to tow that   ????? out to Curtis Island, where they in-   tend landing the sheep, but, having the mail   on board, was unable to do so. The Seagull,   and Mary and Ro??, were at Maryborough, the   former leading with timber, and the latter   discharging. The Duke of Wellington sailed   for Sy...

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The Rochbampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

THE ROCKHAMPTON bULLETIN AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SARURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1862. The obstructions standing in the way of the bona fide settlement of the beautiful and fertile tracts of country as yet lying waste in Northern and North-western Queensland, is a matter demanding the immediate and earnest consideration of the Government, thc Legislature, and   the people of Queensland generally ; but   in as especial degree does this matter affect the pockets, and. in many ways, tbe material advancement of the inhabi- tants of Rockhampton. This port must be regarded as the key to the greater portion of the country referred to, the area of which is greater than that of the whole colony of Victoria. At the pre- sent time, only a mere fraction of this country is occupied, whilst thousands of square miles of the choicest pastoral country are locked up from the bona fide   occupier, and a wide field has been opened   up for speculation...

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

To the Editor of the Bulletin. PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. Sir, Havingbeen appointed Sub-In- spector for this district of the above disease in cattle, and observing the ex- citement it is causing, I think it my duty to say a few words on the subject without referring to any individual's opinion or experience. This disease has existed among cattle from the most ancient data, and animals so infected were by the Jewish rites for- bidden to be used as food. This rite or custom still prevails, and is most rigidly carried out. It may not be uninteresting to some few to explain the nature of the Jewish custom concerning cattle with the lung disease, viz., pleuro-pneumonia. In the first place a Rabbi or priest always attends the slaughtering of an ox for their own particular use, on which occa-     sion, the priest being provided with an extremely long-bladed and sharp knife, after ejaculating a short prayer, draws it across the throat of the animal, severing every vein ; th...

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Correspondence. The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspontents. To the Editor of the Bulletin. Gladstone, 27th Dec.,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

(torrrspaiikiuf. Tbl Editor » Jí not bc re¿p°a*ibl» far (Ju lealbaeuU of CorreipoO'liUtF.j To tit Editor of tí,t Bulletin. Gladstone, 27th Dee., 1SC1. THE following is a correct account <»f the Gladstone ISegatta, which I imagined you would he kind enough to insert, i AN* EYE-WITXESS. Yesterday being the 2Gth of Decem- ber, a day generally known as Boxing- j day, was kept as a general holiday in this [»rt. The chief amusement consisted of] a regatta, which our sp'endid harbonr makes a gieat inducement to make this kind of [sport preferable to any other. The races commenced at 12 o'clock-Mr. Hilliard acting as starter aud umpire, as- sisted by Mr. Friend. The first race was for all boats pulling four oars, with coxswain ; the followiug were the entrances : (Course round a flag-boat and back moored in thu middle of the harbour.) Esmeralda-Sidey, Lang, Day, John- son, Robinson (coxswain) -red. Targenie-Steel, Brown, Webster, Williams, and Manton (coxswain)-pink, I white star...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

THE AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer     "CLARRNCE " Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane, on MONDAY january 18, and Monday, January 27. A.S. N. Co.'s Steamers. NOTICE.--All cargo landed from the Australian Steam Navigation Com- pany's steamers, must be taken charge of by the consignee 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 share to be to alloted by Messrs. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO., Rock- hampton. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. REFERRINGto the above advertise-   ment, the public is informed that   copies of the original prospects and forms of application for shares can be had at our office. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO.     THE UNDERSIGNED wi...

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OPENING OF THE PITT-STREET TRAMWAY, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 11 January 1862

OrtXiKG OF THE PITT-STBEET TRAMWAY, SYDNEY. THE tramway along Pitt-street was per- manently opened fur traffic yesterday. According to lb» v,.noauceinent, one of the cars, dra-vn ny fonr horses, was taken along tb.fc V,ne soon after rix o'clock yos terdjt<; uiüiiüng, and at 625 it started fr um the Oiivaîar Quay to take passen- gers for the Ö4S train from Ked fern ; having stopped twice to take op jiasscn gers, it traversed the distance-a mile and three «¡cárter*-in less than ten minute-- I'jx'a thc arrival of each of ; the ordii^ry tra;rt. at Redfern, the «#u Ws tie te. úiiiif.s crowded with ¡rntseagén, who were po: down at whatever part of Pit:*;r<-u tu-y r^um-d : passengers also ¡ waited at ¡dijfi'reril place* a]»ng.the ftlrr?t j to he conveyed hy the return tnp oí the j ear. The novelty of thc sight attracted I «unieron;* ßionpn- -in «orne places large ¡erowdf-of {icrsomi to tho pavement ta \ wal eli thc progresi of lito rtr.itigc doodling j onveyanoa, whic...

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