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GAYNDAH. [FROM OUR WON CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

G ATX DAB. [rion oem ow« COÍRKÍFONMXT ] I A billiard table bas just been intro j diced at one of the hotels, being the first j in the district. The' Colonial Treasurer has favoured ' na with several items «if nena, the firrt of which is that onr j^M. will not be re-1 moved, as was anticipated. The tracings ! of oar intended agricultural reserve hare j been received ; a township is to be laid j ont at Walla, on the Burnett Uiver; and ! Lieut. Heath will examine the mouth of ; tliat river to test its navigableness early in next year. A Bank is abont to be established herc. This town has lately been visited by j several severe storms, but no serious | damage was sustained. I Labour much wanted. How we envy j you 1 j _ I

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OLADSTONE. [?] OUR OWN CO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

OLADSTOMR. OCÄ OW9 COSI Ml^KlJBWT.^ Mea» tr aaa* ia «he first day for ocr Aa^fcatoua» Bestirs being Ihroan open aar «Indien Ct ramaiua to fee «eea how aaaay applicants may now present theansetrestoonr "C. P. 8." aa on a ti rsa ss nor nd isa, I was const rsi ned to eon listan ia no msmared terms the land which aw than inane; serveyed (or agri aaataaa! parpas**, I new feel equally boauad toreasr te theenaject again. F >r the naen of the Qtrrernment, a* wen aa IW theeeke of all weald be pose ess «a of land, laen happy tal» able to state that ainea the revision of oar agricultural aVataderiei the land opened ap for sale aeaenta a very diáereat appearance te erbatst tVwnserry did There fa now a lance qaaatityof vary rich and sui table bad thiown open «a the banks of the Caliope, aaa) witta* üm wy reasonable díatenos of six er ai^bt «iles of chis plane. Tbam ia a» aaistake about thc aaaeaalaaxatlnBce af thia soil ; and tb L B ito aansfiar cl%ird anani ii also each a daaiaali aanfiiia i...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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BIRD AND WORNALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

BOD AMD WOK*A LD 8 BSPOM T. Tm «wk ate norse roarke* faa* been badly «wrppaoi, ewiag le toe non arrival of ateek enacted; oar ttnntartione con eaqaaatiy aauing the week have been liairted. fbr good etoek the inquiry ii vary IniaY» watch commands oar pre vioat aaMtfatieas reported in the 11th tnataat. Oar weekly ade, held last Sa- turday, was «all attended; we offered iñsaa lota, aaa af «hieb only seven head «ara enid. Owing ta tba high figure» pieced naen thee), aeearat parties bave to leave entfettet making pnrchaaei. Wetting enllacki are stQl very acaree aaa ia grant «lassend.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. AT the Police Office, Rockhampton, on | I Monday, the 13th January, 1SG2, the ; following Couulry Lota were disposed of t by onction : Westwood Reserve, Parish of West- wood, County of Pakington. Upset I price 1I. Lot 1, 50 acres, no offer ; lot 2, 50 acres, ditto ; let 3, 40 acres, li., i Philip Hardy ; l5*>4. 40 acres, 1 J, ditto ; ' lot ô, 50 acres, no otter ; lot 6, 50 acres, i no offer. Moore's Creek, Parish of Archer, I County of Livingstone. Ujiset price 30s. Lot 7, 40 acres, no offer ; lot 8, 43 acres, ditto; lot 9, 43 acres, ditto; lot 10, 43 ! aeren, ditto ; lot ll, 32 acres, ditto ; lut 12, 41 acres, ditto ; lot 13, 40 acres, ditto; lot 14, 25 acres, ditto; lot 15, acres, ditto ; lot ifj, 32 actes, ditto : I lot 17, 40 acres, 30d., Thomas Jones; j lot 18, 40 acres, no offer ; lot 19, 40 acres, 30s. W. W. Anslow ; lot 20, 37 i acres, 36s., Alex. Walis ; lot 21, 40 acres, 21. 7s., ditto ; lot 22, 52 acres, 3 ls., i Thomas Burnet ; lot 23, 45 acres, ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

REPORT, I " In laying before tito member* of (be Hocktiamjri.011 .School of Arts this, our (ii»I Kvjtorl, the Committee beg to con gratúlate iheio 011 thc measure of success that has attended thia young institution. " Thc licadtiig-ltooui ia hbgrally sup- plied with iicwfipajtcrH, periodicals, «fcc , also backgarnntoti and ches» beards and men, and is opeurd every evening nt the prescribed hours, ot present, by thc kind |HTinission of tlie President., in the new Courthouse. 44 Wc would bog t<i impress upon the subscriben», that it is a matter of first importance to be punctual in paying up their suliseriptioiis as they become due, and would recommend that a person be appointed to collect the subscriptions BOW overdue. " A course of monthly lectures has been commenced, with every prospect of being carried out successfully. " The Huies for a Discussion Class have been framed, and will be duly sub- mitted when all arrangements are completed. "An application was forwarded to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

DEATH. January 15 - Died at Rockhampton, Richard Lavers, af.at 26, of London, for a long time resident of Dalby.

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ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

ADELAIDE. Wheat in demand, and very firm, at 5s. to 5s. 1d. Flour remains the same.

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

CRICKET HATCH. ¿xxrEa«i-in> Cuva» a. EICSTKS* o» Vic roau. Tba fonoainit ff thc molt of the flrrt (OW T-l»y»-H. in MrtKnsinc. between the AU ITmlwxt Eleacn aad Eighteen of Victoria ; Vlctariaoa-Irt inning* in Sad v .. .. 91 Tata! »cared by Victorians 208 Ali-Eng land-1st innings .. 806 AU^WiJUtD WfKSTKO JS OSS INKJSGS. ViTB NISETTSEVEN TO STAMM

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

DUTCH-Etcousn.-A. Avietmal, a middle aged gentleman of Teutonic ori- gin-his apparel well encrusted with dry mud, and his bat looking like a collapsed steamboat cylinder, with the top blown off-was Itrôught up on a complaint of . drygoodsman, for stealing a piece of cor- duroy, valued at seven dollars. The Mayor asked him if fae understood Eug glialt. " Taw, I talks bim foorat rate." "Do you know what steal means ?" "Yaw, bim iah iron what tah made hard." " Y^ that ia one land of steel, bul not the one I mean. Do yon under staud this : now tame you to steal thia corduroy t" ** Pecase mine preehaaa vas nicht good to go to church." " Dota it take tbirtv yardi to make you « Mfr of beeches?" " Yaw, ter schneider must tuve gome cabbage, s^a dodder vat'a do for my wow when I gets mar- ried. It would make her a good coat.** " I see that yon ere a man of foresight, tnt don't you know thai thb way of getting th« breeches and petticoats is again*l thc law ?" " t ton t care about tho lair, fae...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

TBS AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer "CLARENCE " VW .*.«. Bookham ptoti for OI%d«<one, ttatyaoroatfi. and Brisbane on MONDAY January 27. and Monday, February 10. A. & H. Oo.'a Steamers. KJOTIOK-AK «argo landed from the A^ ammlMhit Steam Narration Corn Maya at-att-ra, must to talton charge of hf Caw taasjgasai JinnsedUtrijr oo bring VMM. BthwwlM ft will be outed off «ad «tocad at tatar risk «ad «apease. 'Quts&ila&d Steam Navigation Company. Itt pamiaaee of a resoktion passed at » Wi sst lug of aaansholders in the abare «MHMr, appUcaUoni will lie received for Cfc* additional aharwi to be allotted by M-wa. tJHAW, CAPPEU, ft CO, Bock aanatoo. JOH» 6TEPHBNS, Sccretarr. EBFEBBINO to tba above adVertise ?HBt, the peblic is informed that eopiaa of the orignal prmtpecta* and Canns Cf sypUcSUpa br abares caa ba had at our SHAW. CAPPEB, A CO. THE UNDERSIGNED witt execute INDENTS for all descriptions of fMdfc either from Sydney or London on adnn...

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BRISBANE. (From the Courier and Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

BRISBANE. C From Ott Courier and Guardian.) Os New Years Day thc Breadalbane was chartered by the Freemasons, and preceded down to the bay. In spite of the wet weather ab mt one hundred per- sons availed themselves of the trip, and the day passed -<ff very harmoniously and jdeestiutiy. Mr. il. S. Warry also very liberally chartered the ipswich steamer j for tue ose of the No. 1 Company of Volunteers, who proceeded down the river, and having been lau iel, com- menced a ride match for a very haud sutne ride, also preseuted to the corps bv Kr. Warry. Amongst the programme of the day s sports we must not omit to mention ajine very good races at South 8 ria bane. On Friday last a message was received in town to toe effect that serious insub- ordination existed on boa¿d the " Per- sia," and that several of the men had broken ont into mu tiny. 1 II consequence of this intelligence the authorities se '- cared the services of the Ipswich steamer, ; and on Saturday afternoon tho Po...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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ROCKHAMOPTON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

MKxajJtrnm roues COCHT. JM.9-U. More J. Jaral»». Kt«. P.V. Fa*4raafcJrann»as: Kuall Craoatoa. John front. |,tu Isnjsn» r. WaJlifH, «. ICJwards. hHafcl 1 nargal, Isma^Mriaf. A. Johnson, and Mai tann. .«*. tai 30», or io de t»mm I in-If liir ??ail In tl i *n 11 11 Bhn»»»wGanuat wm naval «&L, tor being ii as*, a ad «BM rib ir/. «a>4 tasting «ouoanie* ?»at lg gaaaadt, rail «ai ffiir heart in lock Oat. 8« arm nae« a mrtbar aaaa of 2tK for wtooUjr isSMgtng gabt chai* oebxniiug to riinSiMi ; ia ortaalt. se»«» ion ia Ln-k-up. Partims C. Biradoghsoi KoB-t*<y(n<a>t nf niggl Oafeatèata lo par aaaoont claimed, tas» ta nm «aw. o4m cants. Jaaaaa tMMal a. WI io» ism Pot «age» Vant «mannt nf aTasai awasaW4 with costa, «roajiiBaeUaaa^fBrS the pob Mary ana arnon. Mb aaa disotdfrtr, sent I» enftom nial far «hâta isiinth», lao. |>, ?Hm W. S. *nwn and J. A. Wmnmltoinoi aaaiianinil John Ward rot staion «lanawi anl tnanHtag langoage. Mr. *sn*hS ssnmam sar pUintiff. l...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. RO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

MOXICWàL COCKCU« A-' '"TT %T| T>«lll|liafc'l|lî etatine; that a complota plea « ntlan woold be apse lily forwarded. -.: A letter wa* read front Hr. '-'mn. Ilaahr Inr for a léate of tho Vluwf knamFm Panne*» Wharf, for a tem af Ira maana. The saatter wai taken Into eoaatoaainCn. by Mr. Wood and Cáptala «aaa. Hr fi lr IT - obtained rwmiatwa to witera* tel aivak It waa waalat i ? That application ba atad» ta Qa Oaancn- - «eat tor half th« ?!««?%*-aaa. «Ali within tho anaawctalttr darta* «na -aaa* year. abe. toTWaaflBB r** aw lae prioctpa! «toet-dari*«- th» raeeat araalenaf Parlianteai; aad that «Jw4et9 «aaaa «at a peat be «try »« dad a* ona». That the U wara «nat thank*, taha «aa aa» r aaiaii nr| r lr *TITn«f Iii aaaaiaa nf WM ettwea free» «U to aine, taara Ma* lia» ^^b^M** UmMlmVkt ?«aa*>al>t| Ta* tlaeimnae» «C Warka laanjM «a> eaalr titan I. faoaanjanaaeaaa; aa^^jCàâaw phvaa fcc the treat*** ta» «nliet Jan aaa. .mààmifM. That fWa^.t^tlkV lllw»MltM»ÍlMt« «BO*«. -Th«! ap Baä...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

SCHOOL OF ACTS. THE Annual Meeting of the Rockhamp- ton School of Arte was held tn the Conit-hoase, on Wednesday evening. The attendance was very small, partly in consequence of u heavy shower falling jost at thc time aunonneed for die meet- ing. The Ber. S- Kelly, one of tho Vice-Presidenta bf the institution, pre- sided. The Chairman said tho tmaineea before the members was first to receive the report of the retiring committee, and sdi er that to elect the officers and com- mittee for the ensuing year. Be then called on Hr. Dar Tiarra, one of the secre- taries, «rho read tba following

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

NRW ZEALAND iNnre»TK»n or A EWEWAL or HOSTIUTIKB: MOVEHEFT8 OF TBK XtbûOn. B* Ae Criabna, Captai» Uornm, mmred mt By«Wy, wm kw mvm from Aoeklaad tn th* 20th oltiane. Hw íéarfiem Crew of tatt ¿bte m p- Hie «wi» nf hie EaxHIency Sir Ceoffc Grey ti :L. Waikafatis as ful I*"«-* .--The Guveruor ret a rn ed from Waikato on Wednndaj evening. The , hstive mealing at K»h*»ga bad come ' <df, hot ne are not yet in a position to . {Hit «mr traders in jKSBcawon of the de ^tattle of the business tiunsacted there, j Tli(! Upper River natives «-ere not re prowntetl, and a!th»ngh a friendly feeling was shown hy those present, and his ; Kavellency «'as well received, as we \ anticipated, affairs remain much in stefa I OHO. At the asme time action has been determined on, and it was in orders yes- terday for a portion of thc troops to pro- ceed, as soon ns possible, on a road making expedition in the direction of Manngatawhiri. The diflerent detach menta, including those at Point Cheva- lier...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO CHAS. FITZSIMMONS, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

OQlirUMKHTAHY DISHER TO CHAS : rrreiiMMoNs, K»« A blasait was giren to Cha rie i Pilr.- , simmons, Esq., late M.P. for the Port ' Cuitis electorate, at Skardon a Hotel, on : Monday evening. The occasion of Mr. ; Fite-tutmona leaving the colony for j Sydney, and probably from thence to ' Englnud, «ras deemed hy bia friends a j lilting oppirtunity fur testifying to him their appreciation of his services on behalf ol his constituents, daring his parliamentary career. The dinner «rat got np in a highly creditable style. About from twenty-five to thirty gentlemen were present. Chairman-Captain Han- ter ; Vice - Chairman-Captain Feez, j After tlie luxuries of the table had been disposed of The CHaiftsUK proposed the following toasts : " Her Majesty UM Qa«*«-" " His Esotleacy Sir Ocorge Ferguson Bowen." Which were drunk with cheers. The CHITUMA* then «aid, he need hardly remind them that they had aa semhled to meet their late respected member of parliament. Mr. Charles Fite simmond. Every ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 18 January 1862

GLADSTONE, QUEENSLAND EXTENSIVE SToRE and WHARF PRO- PERTY in tho main «tret-t. and in the occupation of alea&ra. Hetherington and Browne. RICHARDSON and WRENCH hare received instructions to sell by public auction, at the Rooms. Pitt-street, Sydney, on MONDAY, 27th January, at ll o'clock, 1 hat valuable commercial property, situated at the TOWN OP GLADSTONE, Now in the occupation of Messrs. Hrfherinsr ton and Browne, comprising wharf 80 f.t t by 20 fret, all planked ; main «torrs 60 feet by 36, with counters, fittings. &r. The whole in full trad-, and let for £130 per annum on lease, having about five yeats to run- This valuable property commands the eud of the principal struet in Gladstone, and is the only wharf pro- perty in the town, thus securing the whfJe of the business of that important locality. .JW" Gladstoun is one of the most impor- tant cenport towna in Queensland, sur- rounded ny a fine açricultural and pastoral district, as well SB being rich in copper ...

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

AP6TBÍA. Austria has communicated to the Foreign Governments that the measures taken towards Hungary are essentially | provisional until that country accepts the ' privileges granted by the Crown. j

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

ITALY. -The Italian Parliament re assembled j on the 20th November, and the final j propositions made to thc Pope, and re- jected by lum, have been communicated to the Chamber. The following is a summary :-The Pope and Cardinals are to preserve their dignity and inviolability. Full liberty is I granted to the Sovereign P. mt ¡fl as to : acts, or Divine rights as chief of the , Church. The Pope is empowered to send Nuncio to communicate with the bishops of the faithful and to convene synods and councils without the interven-1 tion of the Government. The King of italy renounced his right in respect of ecclesiastical benefices. The Italian Go-: vernment aelinquishes all right to inter fere in the nomination of bishops. The King of Italy will guarantee to the Pope i . certain revenue.

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Tba Bask of England Directors lin rc reduced rate of discount from 3J to 3 per cent. The demand since has been tnucb brisker. Good bi Us from 30 to 90 days are now dons at 2f per cent, in Lombard street. Consols, for money, 94| to 94 \. Colonial Government Securities New South Wales 5 per cent., 99 to . 100. Victoria 0 per oent., April and Oc- tober, 104} to 105. Exports to Australia during the month amount to £467.595 against £427,387 in September-October, in- crease, .489,958-principally consisting of fine goods, tn the exports, which arc very beary, there is a considerable de- lmane in hardware, railway materials, machinery, glas«, «nd earthenware. The month's export to ßvdiir-v amounts to £254,460, against £-240,074 in September October. Increase, £14,876. Large shipments in fine I goods, glass, «sit lien wsw, «Utes, sn.I catt. The Hoard of Trade Ketnms show a decrease iu the total exports from Ot eat Brítaio, as compared with thc corres pouding month of...

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