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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 21. BEFORE Mr. F. N. Beddek, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
BOCKSAMPTQN POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 21. BBÏQBE Mr. F. S. Beddelf, J.P. Mickey, en aboriginal, pleaded guilty of! drunkenness, and was ordered to pay 10«., or «is inprison nd Jartgeuty-four hours. j Jack, another aboriginal, pleaded not gouty to a charge of vagrancy. Constable Manson ! elated that he apprehended prisoner on this side of Atholstane Bange, at half- j past ten o'clock on Wednesday night on a ' charge of vagrancy. A complaint was made to i witness that prisoner waa entoriug people's I houses and stealing their goods, and that tho women were afraid of their lives ; prisoner did not appear to be drunk, and he came quietly to the lockup. George Henry Bennett stated that Mts. Norris on the previous evening called to him forassistaoce; ss« prisoner, with a mob of others, in the house; witness, went for the police, and' prisoner was taken into custody ; prisoner had no right to be in the house ; the people were all much frightened. The Besch sentenced the prisoner to two...
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
WITJI WHIClt 19 INCORPORATED TUE GLADSTONE OBSERVEZ. FftIDAX, MASCH 22, 1872. O UH reader* trill regret to bear that Captain Townie?, Police Magistrate, left Boekhampton for the tooth on Wednesday morning under medical advice. The indisposition from jrhich thé Captain ie suffering, we understand, ia partly tb» *fleot of long residence in the far north, and partly of .the sudden change from a life of traoeaaing activity in the saddle to one of a sedentary and intellectual character. During his shirt residence here, Captain Townley, by the conscientious discharge of his duty, and by a genial and unassuming manner, has won (general respect, and-we believe the universal hope is that he will soon return to bis post with perfectly restored health. The magistrates summoned for the Benah to-day are Dr. Salmond and Mr. Macfarlane. OTBBLIXD TBXESBÍPH LIKE.-The following nfnrmation hos been received by the New Sooth "Wale» Government, and communicated to the fiyineg Morning Berald;-"Copy of a ...
SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
SYDNEY. Monday Evening. Nichols and Lesters, who were arrested on suspicion of murdering Bridger, were brought before the Central Police Court to-day and remanded, &nbsp; A minister named Walker, from Victoria, is also missing. His watch and other property have been found in Lester's possession. It is supposed that the body had been made away with. The affair causes a feeling of horror. Tebbutt, publican, and his son, were arrested for killing a man near Parramatta yesterday. The markets are firm. Copper shares are lower. Tuesday Evening. Heavy gales accompanied by torrents of rain, along the coast, are reported. Fresh discoveries are bringing the recent murders home to Nichols and Lester. A third murder is now mentioned. &nbsp; The markets are dull. Sailed for Brisbane : "Lady Young." &nbsp; Wednesday Evening. Two more victims have been discovered in Parramatta River-Walker's body with a large stone attached ; the other supposed to be Irwin, mining agent at ...
MANIFESTS. OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
MANIFESTS. OOTTCABBS. Mareil 19.-Queensland, t., for Gladstone, Maryborough, end Brisbane. For Brisbane : 3 horses, 1 dray, Quinn i 9 packages, ex Tinonee ; 4 bundles .bags. G. M. Leigh; 1 parcel . Halbarataedtcr - 689 bags sugar, G. B. thaw. For Maryborough : 3 kegs oil, Dei kelman and Co.; 190 bagB flour, A. W. S. Smith. For Gladstone: 1 parcel, Isles, Finnoy, and Co.; 1 package, J. Sha« ; 10 bags flour, 12 mite ..ligar, J. ITeadrick and Co. " March 19.-Tinonee, s.s., for Northern Ports : 1 half-chest tea, 1 case coffee, J. Kendrick and Í: Co. I Ï bagspobstoos, 1 box, Leong Yek; I ensr, Budden | 2 caeca cheese, Sharples ; 1 bale, 1 bundle buckets, Police j 1 cate, 1 naree!, 1 bog flour, 1 cask ale, W. F. Walton and Co. j I case iron, 1 case oxes, 1 package leather, 1 case pegs, IO bara, 1 bundle iron, 1 Tyne, 1 case pottery, 1 corn eiere, Bell ond Gardner ; 3 cases, 1 trunk hoots, Levis, Bromberg, and Co. ; io bugs flour, Henrique* ¡ 1 caso matches, M. L Martin ¡ . 10 hags slack l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
i%A fPHE AUSTßALASIAN iÖSfl^ ?*. STEAM NAVIGATION 3gg^g¡¡¡*'OOMPANÍ,3 STEAMSHIPS. ?? : ïtor STONEY DTBEOT.-" Jamca Pater kon," on or about Friday next Tot BRISBANE, «M GLADSTONE, «nd MABÎBOEOUGH.-" Indy Bowen," on or ' »bout Tróday neit. For NOBTHKRN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or about 80th initint. F. h. BABEES, Agent. ; Boothimpton, March tl, 1878. " BLACKBIKD," S.S. ' wKSfjs^. . ..»?« OiMAIK ToBBtNOI, «ill ? 4nBSÍk> «"I irom Melbourne, eût Sydney, "Briibanr, and Gladitanr, on FRIDAY, 22nd tuten». From 8ydney, on WEDNESDAY, 30Ui '-luttent. B. M. HUNTER & CO., Agent*. HARRIS' LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE or « OHPPEB PASSENGER SUIFS. .-¿bk TJ1HE well-known clipper ship . WS^'X "WÖHT BRIGADE," 1244 ignBotoni regiater, under tbe Command of OEOBQE HOLDEN, Rag., WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH POE LONDON, ÏBOM THE FORT OF ROCKHAMPTON. For Freigbt or Pausge, apply to J. * G. HARRIS, ?) Briebane and Ipunich ¡ f . , GEO. B.SHAW, Agento. Bockhampton, J ABERDEEN CLIPPER USB.-FOR LONDON. _...
A VOICE FROM THE BARCOO. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
A VOICE FROM THE BARCOO. U Nur rt the above heating a correspondent nt tho Barcoo supplies us with some interesting notes, a tew of which we «elect, the remainder, although valuable iu their way, being unfit for publication. " I obserre that your correspondent 'Nimrod,' l ist week poured forth his ideas to the amuse, ment of all. I for one appreciate his pluck, but at the sima time diner from him when he endeavours to make you beliero that our solitude and benightedness (if there it such a word) prevents ni from talking on any subject bul " shop." * * * It is, I think, high time that some investigation should be made into the po-tol arrangements in tili« quarter, and that our member, as the most fit person, should press upon the Government the necessity of a searching inquiry into the reason why vre are so often humbugged by tho olGciils whose duty.it is to seo that the mails should be received and despatched regnlarly, and nil bout mistake. I say " eo often " because it is not once...
ROCKHAMPTON LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
ROCKHAMPTON COURT. AT Hie Bitting of thia Court on the 6th January lott, there waa only one «election applied for No. 465, conditional purchase, 200 aerea second class pastoral land, on Meadow Flats Bun, rent " £5, surrey fee £5 16«. i James Wood, applicant. -Accepted provisionally. ' S:TTI.\O, FEBUCIES 12. The following applications were dealt with i Selection No.. 466.-Homestead ares, 160 acres first-class pastoral land, ia the Ballway Bescrvc ; rent £4 ; survey fee £5 16s. ; Bichara Trifllt, applicant.-Accepted provisionally. NP. 467.-For conditional purohose, 210 neres of second-class pastoral, on Meadow Flat« Ban 1 rent £5 6s.s survey fee £5 16s. j Michael Tucker, applicant.-Accepted provisionally. No. 468.-For conditional purchase, 1009 acres of second-class pastoral, being cancelled . soled ion No. 36, on Meadow Flats Run ; rant r. £25, surrey fee £12; Thomas Blackwell, applicant.-Accepted provisionally. No. 469.-Honicatotd selection, 130 acres of&lt; first-class p is...
ROCKHAMPTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
ROCKHAMPTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. THE monthly meeting of the Benevolent Society was held at the School of Arte on Wcdnosdny, 13lh instant. Présent - Mrs. Hunter (Lndy Prcsilcnt), Mrtdnmea Bedder, Uendi'icli, Lirermorf, Thon, M'Pherson, Hnrtloy, Allen, Ferguson, end Carson ; Rev. R. Hartley and Dean M url JV, end Messrs. IÎ. P. Lirer moro ntid T. W. I'Erson. Thc minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Tim following district reports wrre road und adopted :-No. 1-Relieved, adults l l, childten 10; expenditure, eil 5s. 6J. No. 2- Relieved, 2 adults, 3 children ; expenditure? £2. No. 3 . Kelieved, one applicant ; expenditure, 7s. IV'fi. [Ko. 4-Relieved, 3 adults, 7 children ; oxpi'ti ! dittirc, £3 7s. 7ii. No. C-Relieved, 2 adults, 2 j children; expenditure, £1 15s. lid. No. 6 Relieved, 15 adults, 25 children ; expenditure, I CH 2s. old. Total number of persons relieved during thc month, udults 31, children 40 ; ex- penditure, £29 18s. 6Jd. , A letter « 'S read from Mrs. B...
PEAK DOWNS. (From last Saturday's Telegram.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
PH AK DOWNS. fTrotn last Saturday's Telegram.) Oca friends tn Copperfield speak ot last Satur- day as ona of the best " pays " ever known since I the opening of the mine. About £G000 vas ! paid away by the company, the largest s.um yet paid in one month, and the amount put into I circulation was correspondingly large. A gentle- ] mau who bas been engaged in business there for ! several years informed us that for the last throe j or four months the " pays " have been steadily I improving. An advertisement in another column calls for tenders for the erection of telegraph stations at1 Copperfield sad Springsure. Ur. Matvieif, in- spector of telegraphs, arrived last Saturday, for the purpose of inspecting the new line between Clermont and Springsure, and choosing a tem porary office in Copperfield, to which town the line ii to he opened at once. Mr. Halloran bat received the appointment of coting telegraph melter lhere, and the pott office, we understand, will also be undtr hit charge. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
LIST of' Unclaimed Letters at the Poit-o(Hco, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or before tho 15th April 1872, «rill be for- warded to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane. JAMBS E. O. DALT, Postmaster. Post-office, Rockhampton, March 15,1872. Adlard,G.; Aenartb, Samuel) Allsop,John; Anderson, Wm. (3) Beaussng, William ; Behan, James ¡ Benson, Thos, t Bony, Mrs. (2) ; Borlheem, 0. 8. ; Bojanovito, Natale i Bolas, Johan ; Booth, Mrs. John (Williani-streot) ; Bowman, Mr. ; Brood, Thomas) Browett, H.; Buchanan, A.; Buck nell,Thos.; Budden, Miss Rosetta; Budden, J. ; Buttler, J. ; Butler, Mr. A. B. Campbell, Francis ; Carbon, Marica Amalia ; Olioar, Jimmy, (caro Dick Swan) ; Cockered, John; Corfield, If. A.; Cox, James (Cother- stone) ; Curry, John. I Dahl, J. II.) David, T. ; Davies, Miss Mary; Edgrlcr, George) Egan D. ¡ Elliot Thos. P. Feareon, Win. (Surveyor's man) ; Fetzmnn, Mr. L. (Orion Downe). Gamson, Walter; Glinn, H.; Graham, J. (Bootmaker) ; Greer, Wm. Hair, John ; Hansen, S. P. ; H...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT, Tuesday, March 19. BEFORE Mr. William Townley, P.m., and Mr. W. Thomson, J.P. DETENTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
RCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT, Tuesday, March 19. BEFORE Mr. William Townley, P.M., and Mr. ' W. Thomsón, J.P. DETENTION OF PROPERTY &nbsp; Edwin Batet, bootmaker, sued Frederick Unit for tbe value of a hone hu property, which defendant had borrowed hut failed to return. plaintiff valued the boree et £4. It appeared that defendant borrowed ¿he horn) on tba 20th February, and ofter ming it pl'oed it , in a paddock ut tho back of Ur. Jäger1« boiling establishment. The hone (or mare) «auld not afterword« be found, and hence the legal pro- - ' reeding). The Bench ordered the defendant to deliver up the horse to the plaintiff within one week from this date. WIFE DEWSERTION. Catherine Till sued john Cook Till, her - husband, for deserting her, and leaving her without means of support. The Bench ordered defendant to pay 12s. 6d. a week for twelve months for the support of his wife, with 4s. 6d, &nbsp; costs of Court, and to enter into a recognisonce^ for the due payment of the mo...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
Tim Chinaman "Sum," who wag thrown from his horse in Willium-stTcet, on Monday, died on Tuesday morning, at nine o'clock, and was buried at midday yesterday, a considerable number of friends attending his funeral. THE rue!r,)politan police sro taking active measures to abate thc dog nuisance. Wc learn from the Courier that on the 8lh instant no less than thirty cases vero adjudicated upon in which summonses had been issued to persons keeping unregistered dogs. Fines to tho citent of 10s. for each dog, and 3s. 6d. costs, appears lo have been inflicted in almost every case. These proceedings might be advantageously initialed in Rockhampton. A dog not worth registering is not worth keeping, and the probability is Out wera all the unregistered curs which 'infest the town destroyed, doge would be no longer euch a nuisance as to induce persons to scatter poison indiscriminately-a ' molt reprehensible practice. WE publish elsewhere to-day, copy ot aa address presented by oertain European (...
CLERMONT POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 12. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. C. J. Graham, J.P. INTERPLEADER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
CLERMONT POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 12. BEFORE the Police Magistrate end Mr. C. J. Graham, J.P. INTERPLEADER CASE. In the matter of the goods of Talbot and Sons seized by the bailiff of the Small Debts Court under execution in the case Tawes v. Talbot, and claimed by Fox and Adair. Mr. Doyle, who appeared for the claimants, Fox and Adair, in explaining the case, said that on June 6, 1871, a verdict in the Small Debts Court for £9 4s. 6d. was obtained against E. Talbot by H. H. Tawes, and on the same day another verdict for £12 was obtained in the same court against P. Talbot by the same claimant. Under these verdicts certain property had been levied upon by the bailiff, which his clients, Messrs. Fox and Adair, claimed. The bailiff had therefore called the parties before the court in order that the ownership of the property might be decided. From the evidence it appeared that Tawes obtained verdicts against the Talbots in June last, and took out an execu- tion, which, however, wa...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 21 March 1872
SKIFFING INTELLIGENCE. mmu. March 17.-Annie, schooner, Captain Miller, from - Bustard Bay. Cargo: 18,000 feet pine, J. Ferguson, March 16.-Lord A«bloy, s.s., 400 tons, Captain Bris- towe, (rom Towusvulo aud Macleay. rassougers-Lieut. Milling, Mesara. Cameron, Dugsld Littlu, Anning, J, E. Murray, Captain B, il. Hunter, tai 8 lu tho steerage. DSPABTTSBES. Mardi lil.-Quocntlancl, a., 185 tons, Captain Smith, far Gladstone, Maryboroiit-ujini Brisbane, rosscngora . -Mrs. Archer, Mrs. T. M. Paterson, Mrs. M'Kcelr aud rannt', Mra. Melbourne, Miss Dutton, Mlas Bell, Messrs. A. Arotior, T. M. Tatenon, J. M'Adam, E. Rawson. K. Wapler, D. Jack, J. Allison, Vf. F. MTJermoll, Tl*. M. Vanln;' Dr. M'Seely, Ininector 1, Murray, Master - Murray, and SS In the steerage. March 19.-Tinoneo, s.a., Captain Mest, (or Broad- sound, Maokay, Bowen, and Townsrllle. l'aascngera Mrs. Haeartney, Mrs. M'Oortney. Mra. Donne, Mra. Spiller. Miss Deano, Mus Creese, Miss Beanoi, Messrs. U Bromberg, II. VT. G ny for, J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 March 1872
TUB GLADSTONE OBSERVEE. TVrOTICH.- Tho undersigned has this duy disposed of und transferred the COPYItlGUT mid SUBSCRIBERS' LIST of tho GLADSTONE OBSERVER u> MB. C. H. BOYCOTT, of tho ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN. (Signed) JOHN DBÜERY. Gladstone, March 1,1872. REFERRING to tho above, the undersigned hogs to unnounce that tho j Gladstone Olscwer is now incorporated with the Rockhampton BuHetin ; and that arrange- ments hare bi'cn mado for the publication in this journal of all intelligence of local interest to the residents of tho Gladstone and Calliope district. C. ff. BUZACOTT. Rockhampton, March 1, 1872.
MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 March 1872
MANIFEST. INWARDS. Mareil 23.-Lady Bowen, e., from Brisbuno : 1 eau confectionery, I case lollies, 1 euee bis- cuits, And sundries, Horons und Co. ; 1 truss paper, 1 bag pens, 1 etise sardines, 1 cuss oysters, 1 cuso lollies, 1 case sundries, 1 case lobsters, 2 boxes clothes pest, 3 cairs oil, 2 j, fisjfifl itajm.c-''. 1 case confectionery, 1 bdl. brooms, ^W.'ll. Wright; If! mats 10 tigs sugar, 1 pkg hops, 1 trust drapery, Joseph Molloy ; 5 quarter-casks vinegar, 1 case bulb bricks. S canes rursaparilla, 2 cases coffee, 1 case eurdiit'.'a, 7 eases 2 bales draper}', 20 cases jims, Wiufr Vf Ai und Co. ; 2 easel suits, 1 package hops, 1 trusB tarpaulins, Ô cue* claret, 1 care drapery, IS bundle! wire, 1 trust, Welter Reid and Co ; 20 bündlet «rire, D. L. Williams, care of Walter Heid ; 1 case confectionery, IO loxes raisins, I cato 1 bale drapery, 3 quarter-casks rum, J. Hendrick and Oo. i 26 cases geneva, GO cusen S quarter-casks' brandy, 3 quarter-casks wine, Caporn and Beckerlegt 1 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 March 1872
TsB-r LriBtï!-An Irish gentleman lately' fought ? duet with hit intimate friend because be jocosely asserted tbat he was born without a .birt to his back. GLADSTONE AGENCY/. TITE. W. HIGGINS, Town Clerk, ?"M. Gladstone, ii duly appointed AGENT for the Bulletin in that district, and authorised to rewire subscribers' names, advertisements, and moneys on account of the proprietor. C. H. BUZACOTT. Bulletin Office, March 12,1872.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 23 March 1872
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Aramis. lUlcll M.-ïaây Dnwcn, a., 4M vms. Cantata Coiner, from Brisbane, Maryborough, mut ftludslonc. Pos Masers-Mn. tabba«, Mrs. Witt, Mls&lt; Callas, lits Honor Mr. Justice l.uiwycbo, Mr, nrnmsion (Altflruey Cenerui), lix. Halloran (Khurlir ), Slr. H. Tborrold (Judge'« Associate), Mr. lt. MUK (QC.), Messrs. 3. Keane.F.4. Byerley, «. ][. Kllloiv, w.c. Mayne, lr.tt. Sfayno,)!. Blrow, tt\ Kclinnii, IV. Juger, J. Young, A. Stelklo.J. Caslilon, IV. II. Holbrook, A. U. I). J'nicJ, A. Witt, IL F. Lloyd, Culler, MIISUT I,;ibbult, Oaiilaiu Uoldoa (Llgbl llrigHde) anil twcnl.v-lbrcc tn »lie steerage. DIPAItTUl-E. Merell 21.-II.M.S. Basilisk, lmdjln Bitumer, (I pms. Cram Keppel Hu), bouud lor Marcum Il.iy willi thc schooner l'eri ia low,