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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

TnE correspondence published in lost Thursday's Bulletin having reference to the selection repeatedly applied for by Mr. MULLIGAN- on Raglan Run, has caused some dissatisfaction in this dis- trict, even among those who wish well to the Government. The cause of com- plaint may thus bo briefly stated. Mr. D. T. MULLIGAN, a gentleman who lias made a competency in Rockhampton during the last ten years, applied to the LAND COMMISSIONER in November, 1870, for 4000 acres of land on Raglan run, as " second class pastoral." The application was practically refused, as, instead of permitting the land to be taken np at sixpence per acre, the COM- MISSIONER, classed it at 14d. to lod. about midw ty between first-class pastoral and agricultural. Another selector, Mr. JOHN FERGUSON, also applied for theland subsequently, but ho also threw it up on the ground of too high classification. Afterwards the COMMISSIONER again offered the land to Mr. MULLIGAN as 3000 second-class and 1000 first-class past...

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MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

MANIFEST. I5WABDI. March IG.-Queensland, s., from Brisbane: jfat8 osres galvanised iron, 1 tin, A. B. M'Donald ¡ jffi crete, 6 bundles iron, 52 bara iron, 4 ails l&nlijJb exlo boxes, 10 caaes kerosene, B. ^HHBfl^lO coses brandy, 5 cases genera, 2 ' easerT ¿Bk. currants, 6 casks stout, 2 boxos raisin», 1 box honey, IO meet caudles, 1 aase jams, 2 casas oilatores, 1 case vinegar, 13 cairs kerosene, 8 chests ten, I box pipo«, 2 half-chests toa, 20 bags rice, 5 cases beer, 4 cases pickles, 3 casca, 1 bale, 1 truss, 1 case saddlery, 6 boxes tea, 3 cases boots, M. C. Thomson, care of W. Thomson i 6 case« oilatores, 28 bags potatoes, Wing Wah ; 1 parcel, Miss Minde, caro of Wing Wah ; 5 ensrs jim*, H. Mead and Co. ; 6 bales drapery, 1 truss, W. Reid and Co. ; 5 drums oil, 1 case, A. W. S. Smith ; lOdrums oil, Boll and Gardner ; 7 grind- stones, 60 case« kerosene, 20 kegs white levi, 2 easos, 1 trusa, 1 kop, Budden j 2 ciaes galvanized I iron, 1 ingot tin, C. Woorlgor ; 3 cist's dra...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

SHIPPING INTELLrOBNCB. ABBITAL. Minci! US-QueensbraO, . IBS tons Cantala Smith, from Brisbane, VnrjborouKU, and ObuUlone Fas aouKore-tin W Boboruon, Min Boseruon, Mrs Harker, two children, and aorrant, Min Jonphion, Mossr» ÎI 0 Tbomsoi), B Spiller, B Wooir, y L. Burkor IV ttoborttoii, B. Batri (Crown rroiwutor), 1 h «andr, M h A., ana tireuij two la íhe «teorago j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

BABÓN Roiuacnii-o OH HOUSE RACINO» Baron Rothschild, addressing bit constituents at Hythe on the occasion of the Mayor's dinner, concluded «sith some remark« »boutracine. He had met, he «aid, with crest «necees ; but he would not advise everybody to enter into it. To make racing pay required-first, great capital ; then, great attention, greet knowledge of the ' animals ; and lest, not leset, great honesty io one's dependents. Much was said about the dishonesty of persons employed on the turf, but hit experience was they were no moro so than persons In other avocations; he never found those he employed dishonest. ,

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GLADSTONE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

GLADSTONE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [TIR following report of- proceedings at tho last meeting, held on the 6th instant,' although rather old, will be of interest to our Port Curtis "?. - subscribers.] Presentí Aldermen Robertson (Chairman), Hawthorne, M'Lerer, Wilkins, and Fry.' The minutes were road and confirmed. The following lottere- were road :-1. From the Colonial Treasury, with the land endowment for 1871, £2 12s. 41. ; and tbe rate endowment £95 10s. lid,, from which bad been deducted £65 9». 6d. on a-xount of loan interest and exchange; 3, from Acclimatisation Society, referring to shade trees ; 4, from Government Printer -, 5, from J. 6. Powe, referring to de- fective specifications, etc, for (he serersl work« for which tenders had beon 'invited by the Council, and the failure to peg out the several localities. Accounts were received from J. M'Oray, for work done in Toolovaetrect, £19 10s.; W. niggin's salary, £4 8s. 4d ; Government Printer for advertising, <to, £16s. ...

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GLADSTONE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

GLADSTONE. (FBOU OHE OWN OOBBESrOTOEKT.) Tas Corporation has mado a beginning in form- ing a causeway across tbe mud flat ia the line of Lord-street. Two years ago the teams from the interior (we have communication with the interior although Trollope said we were hemmed in by mountains) reached the wharves by ». short cut from China Lane over private lana' to Goondoon-slreet, thus avoiding the up-hill drag in Yaroon-atreet. When the Custom House lot end the private land were fenced, all vehiolea were compelled, whether coming to or goiflg from the wharves, to make a detour, sad go up and down the hill. The inconvenience i was so serious that many ? attempts, [ were mado in the Council to get the road «nada ' from Goondoon to Glenlyon street, and twelve months ago an estimate was obtained. Now the matter ha« been compromised by taking the causeway from the solid ground in Chins-line to the corner of Lord-street, and thence to the «olid ground in that street. Mr. John M'Orea has the. ...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. THE following notification« appear in last Satur- day week's Gazelle : SCTBÍIÍE Cotral.-A proclamation order« a special sitting of Ihe Circuit Court and general taol delivery, to be held at Toowoomba, the sie of holding to be fixed by tho Judges of the Supreme Court. Ari^nsTMBsTTS. - Senior-Comtah'e Swords, to be Ranger of Crown Lands for the Police District of Mount Perry ; Mr. Frank Batho, to he line repairer in chargo at Springsure ; Mr. , Reginald Halloran, line repairer, Clermont, to be lu» roonirer in charge at Copperfield ; Mr. John M'J&y Dunn, Acting Sub-inspector of , Police, to be Sub-inspector. RBSBBVXS -A reserve for public purpose« lisa been proclaimed at Dawson River, Gains- ford. TJTOTJEBS.-Tender« are invited and will be received up to Marah 22, for the erection of a . monument in memory of the late Governor Blaokoll. Tenders will bo received np to March 26 for the construction of n lino of telegraph from the Burdekin lo Ravenswood. VÁ...

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THE MOUNT PERRY MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

THE MOUNT PERRY MINES. WF take the following notes relative to the new copper mine« at «.fount Perrv, from the V JP Mail of the 7th instan' - IIOOUlOOItDA Itis again ourp ei«mg «ititi to report advance ment he-em Oi Friday li«t put» nitivo copper in cmsilerable quantities wa« obtained front the tunnel now being duren into iho lull lim lode l* steadily increasing m s ze and valu-, and the soft chancier of tlioiieeompanving rock enables the speedy exploration if tin« un dnubledlv the richest mine in Iho dittnc There is now snfitient ground opened to afford dal» fir reliable vstimates, and it is not onlv our ai înion, but the opinion of others also able to judge that the value of the ground already explored stamp« the mine as a permanent and profitable invest ment \V e are informed by the miners (hat blocks of malleable copper over SSlbs in weight have already boen extracted from the lode Another tunnel about 60 feet under the present one will be commenced ironie diately the sue of whi...

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TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. CARDWELL. Friday, 9 30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AOarniLUît ASSOCIATED MESS TBLSOBAUS CARDWELL. friday, 9 30 p m II M S " Basilisk " returned to port yesterday evening, all well. On tuesday, the 12th, she picked up eight survivor« of tho bri; " Maria " Their namoi are,-Chark« I Coylo, Edward Siddole, Thoa Inglniu, Peter Haydon, W J Forster, Robert Phillips, Thomas Smith, a id John Bardon Tho men ore all under medical treatment, but nona are dangerously ni They, "humanly epciting, owe their lires to the blacks, who treated them kindly. The saved men report that the other five men wcro «ashed off and drowned, in consequence of the frequont turning over of the raft Anothei raft has been found, bltli about nmctv miles north of Cirdwell Also, two dead bodies , one n slcleton, the other in three parts, both with c1 itlies on On lhuisdiy, tho " Basilisk" found the body of a man called William*, about six miles to tho southward of tho raft The body was naked, and the man had to all appearance been murdered by the bla...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

CRICKET MATOH. ' A MATCH was plartd yesterday, on the Cricket ,' Grsand adj'oining-tiie Market Braenre, between r, eleven of the .Rockhampton Cricket Club 'and ! eleven "Townsmen." The Club opened the j game at eleven, and in their first innings scored > 82. The Townsmen then took their turn, nnd ' I got the whlpband of tbcir opponents in «mag- j nificcnt style, scoring in one innings 84. The j Clubmen went in for their 2nd innings, but j were only ablo to score en additional 86,-«,hcir , I total number for two innings falling short of thit of one innings of the other side by IS. We append the particulars of the scoring: TrtE Cure-1ST Iiíjtntos.-Hell, h. White, I ; O. Hunter, b. Callaghan, c Flint, 0, Dibdin, b. White, 0; Harris, run out, 17; Milman (Captain), b. Callaghan, 2; Hawthorne, >. White, 1 ; Alfred Kilgour, b. White, 8 ; Hartley, b. White, 0; D. Hunter, b. White, 0¡ C. Salmond, run oat, 4; James Kilgour, not out, 0. Bye« 2, leg byes 1, wide« 1 $ total, 8S. Towtnunrfi...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. BEroacthc Police Magi«trate,andMr. Macfarlane, J.P. ASSAULT AND BATTEBT. Chirle« Donathy was charged by John Lciihem with committing an assault upiin him in Marshall's Fieein i«ons' Arm«. Complainant Leathern «tared that he siw die defondun* on Friday pierious at the Fiocmis>n,' Arms j defendant had been driving for lum ; com- plainant left money (C18 5s.) nt tfarMiiU's for defendant ; after this defendant asked him for his money; complainant said " If jon get til« order I gave to yon, you'll get jour money by applying nt Joe Marshall's;" riefendaut slid " You had better give me a horse too ¡" and added " You give the money, or I'll tato it out of you ;" he struck cumpl unant in the eye with Mi. fi»r, and og iin ¡ii the m.iu'll ; this was the «««mît cntnplamod of. Cro«s-cx nniticd by pmoner : You w» re to receive n hor«c aud £20, I did not siy I a mi 1,1 give you a saddle ; I lett £19 for you ; this wai niter deduction. Joseph Marshall corroborated cirup...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTH. MEIKLE.—On the 17th March, at her residence, Bolsover- street, Mrs. Alexander Meikle, of a daughter. DEATHS. GOSSET.—On the 15th, Rebecca Elizabeth, wife of Arthur Percy Gosset, of Lionsleigh, aged thirty-three. O'SHANESY.—On the 16th March, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. John O'Shanesy, of Kangaroo Park, near Rock- hampton. R.I.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

tSS" For Shipping Advertisenienet, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for BituationB, Sic., please see Front Page. qUPfiRFINE TINTED EMBOSSED ^ CARDS for Ball Programmes, to be obtained at the Bulletin Office. WO GliOCEiiS.-SUPPLY of TIN *? FOIL PAPER, just received at Bulletin omeo. GLADSTONE AGENCY. MB. W. HIGGINS, Town Clerk, Oladstone, is duly appointed AGENT for the Bulletin in that dMrirt, and authorised to receive subscribers' names, ndrcitisemcute, and moneys on account or the proprietor. C. II. BUZACOTT. Bulletin Office, March 12,1872. BOOKBINDING. VJ MUNRO has pleasure in inti ' ' * mating that having engaged a FIRST CLASS WORKMAN, is now in a position to ciecuto BOOKBINDING IN EVERY STYLE. N.B.-All ncrk done on (ho premises. C. PYBUS, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, ROOKH A MPTON TO THE STOCK.OW.NER8 OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 'PHE Undersigned aro prepared to A RECEIVE CONSIGNMENTS of STORE and FAT STOCK, and hating Establishment« at Wagga Wagga, Deniliquin, Smidhurst, and B...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

IMPOUNDINGS. BooKnAMPToir.-By Messrs. Birkbeck Bros., Glenmore, 6th March, 1872. Driving 1«. 8d. and Ferry 1«. per head .-Bay boree, grey face, white hind feet, tile fi near «boulder, saddle marked. Bay colt or rig, small while streak down fare, off fore and off hind foot white, branded B near «boulder. Light grey mare (draught), W over HM (the Ti within M) over like hour glass near shoulder, liko C over ace of spades off shoulder. Dark iron grey filly, like 2 or hour glass near shoulder. Chesnut pony merrytar, TM over JG near shoulder, saddle marked. Light.- hay marr, black points, diamond near rump, W over like 631 off shoulder. If not released will be sold 25th March, 1872.-Gio. BABKABD, Poundkeepcr. SoOEniKTION.-By Mr. B. Palmer, Port Curtis Road, on 12th February, 1872. Damages, 2«. 6d. ; driving, 4d. per head :-Red and white cow, slit off ear, SC off thigh, like ft over y off rib«, D near rump. White heifer, flE near rump. Strawberry cow, off hip down, D near rump, like TE or ...

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The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

<%|W¡j]am|)toii ^nllethr, Mini nutrn ti nooni-oiUTrii TUB GLADSTONE OJBSEBVEB. TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1878. TUE meeting lield on Tliuredsy evening Inst was perhaps somewhat premature. It might have boen advantageously deferred (mother fortnight. But we cannot agree with those who contend that it was entirely out of place, and that there was nothing in the present situation of affairs demanding a con- ference between the lion, member for Rockhampton and his constituents. We bold that these periodical gatherings, if properly conducted, are calculated to benefit the constituency and promote a good understanding and cordial co- operation between the representative and the represented. That the meeting on Thursday night was a sad failure, is generally admitted, but the causes of failure are probably not generally appre- ciated, possibly because they are not clearly understood. The troth is that the conduct of many of Mr. Frrrc's adherents hag extin- guished free discussion in Rock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

JOHN A. TURNER, WOOLBROKER.8TOOK AND STATION AGENT. LIBERAL ADVANCES on the clip of the ensuing season ; also on Wool, Sheepskin«, Tallow, Hides, &c., consigned to him for sale or,shipment. Office«: 171, Pitt street, Sydney ; Wool Stores, Circuler Quay. (tate Irwin «nd Turner.) "läcHARD GIBSON & CO. (LATE or »ALMAnor CAUTBEIX A co.), SHEEP tt CATTLE SALESMAN, 72, Qr/EEN-BTBEET, MELCODEKE. ACCOUNT SALES rendered and proceeds paid in Cash the dey after sale. Commission Si per cent, on Fat Stock. Same rate far Store Stock, leas Bank discount. OOrKTEr SErEEBEBTATTVIB: Jame« Mann . Deniliquin. Wilkinson, Mann,ACo. Wagga Waggs. Cha«. St Baker ... Forbes. Tait and Murphy ... Dubbo. A. Boss and Co. ... Bourke. John Cramsie and Co. Euston A Balranald. - January 1,1872. LONDON JOURNAL ILLUS- TRATED.-Original and deeply in- teresting Domestio Novels by tbe first author«. LONDON JOURNAL-Every Month Copyright Coloured Fashion plate, de- signed expressly by renowned Continental Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

_aJJsa^ THE AUSTRALASIAN gtSTf^ *? STEAM NAVIGATION ' j¡¡g¡fljfij¡¡¡; COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS. For SYDNEY DIRECT.-" Same» Pater ton," on or about Thurtdny next, at Greatly Seduced Fare«. For GLADSTONE, MARYBOROUGH, and BRISBANE.-" tady Bowen," on or about Tuesday ne»t For NORTHERN POETS.-" Tinonee," F. L. BARKER, Agent. SocMiampton, March 19,1872. " LOBD ASHLEY," 8.8. " M rPHB faßt and powerful ^¿Ljsfe .*- ix. "LORD ASHLEY," Jv»9vS^.CAFTAtN BRISTOW, mil sail for 3£SnS» SYDNEY, .«io MARY- BOROUGH and BRISBANE, THIS (Tues da;) AFTERNOON, at Three o'OIoclc, at her uioal reduced Faros and Freight«. R. U. HUNTER A CO, Agent«. -a « BLA.OKBIBD," S.S. i"rX fPHE " BLACKBIRD,'* «SBKK^. Í.» , CiPWIN TOSBIHCE, will HBaflaSat» «aU from Melbourne, via Sydney, Brisbane, and Gladstone, on FRIDAY, 82nd instant. _ From Sydney, on WEDNESDAY, 29th instant B. It. HUNTER A CO, Agent*. HA-K/I^IS» LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF CLIPPEB PASSENGER SHIPS. **£$&. HTIHE well-kaowii clipper chip T^KfJr...

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THE LONDON-COLONIAL WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

\ THE liONDON-OOLONIAL WOOL TRADE. '. TlIE subjoined letter lately appeared in the ? Holart Toan Mercury :- , I "Sir,-At a tune when the growing agitation tot the wool question shows the squatting mind ,. to baawake to the fact'that it is not fair]*, dealt |,j.hy,<m the Other side of the water, it may be Hicnapteblo to your readers if I oxpo*n the , «ngopious sophistry of which our London friend« j.jaa&eiise in defending iho lib. per owt, which , thoyAke from tis under the name of ' draft.* .jfr.'¿*.When wo squatters complain of this los« <ü£¡rt¡i OMure us that tbsy allow «imply for the ^-aélliotion by giving us a correspondingly high JHÎM njor the remaining wool, and that free competition st auction secures this to u«. ?Taking the .scertained average price of Australiiti wool at Is. 41. per lb., it will bo found that to root up us squatters for th's loss oí draft, the buyer must gire us half-a-farthing per lb. hiore for nur wool than he would if there ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 19 March 1872

Tnrt northern mai's, per "Tnonee,' s s, cluse at I 30 p >n to dar Tn.lt Magistrates on the rosier for to day arc Messrs W Thomson and F J Bierlev THE Rockhampton March a«sises oocn on Monday next TnE new list of juron is n m opeo (or iispcc lion at tho Court linn«» TnE usual practi c of tho Philharmonic Sonety rould not be held IiBt evening, as announced, in consequence of the hall of the School of Arts being required for St Patnck'a Soi« e The practice is advertised to take place this evening JJHRITIJI-In our account of the wreck of the *' Maria," in last issue, n c slated in fJror that Mr Hull, late of Rockhampton, went out in Ins boat in search of the shipwrecked people , . It should hare been, ' Mr Hull, Government j I Surveyor at Cardwell " As auctioneer's license «rai granted to Mr. William Bee, on Saturday lost, by tbe Police Magistrate and Mr. 3. Macfarlane, J.P. THE immigrants per " Light Brigade1" are rapidly being absorbed into tho'gonoral com- munity. At the äepot ycí...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872

H¡be íiord Ashley, s.e., was off Woody Island, mind eouth, at 8 30 a.rû. yesterday, ?The < Tinonee, a ,«., reached St. Lawrence ¡jeswaay. : The Balclutha, s.s., left Sydney for Mary- borough on Tuesday. The Lady Bowen, e., left Brisbane on Wednesday, but is not yet reported at Mary- borough. The James Paterson, s.e., which left Sydney lor this port on Sunday, ought to here reached Keppel Bay yesterday, but there being a break in the telegraph line, no information has come to hand front the Pilot Station.

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