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FOREIGN NEWS. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

FOREIGN NEWS. FBAVCE. The great event of thc month in Prance has been thc announcement by the Go- vernment of its financial difficulties. The deficit acknowledged ie not less than forty mill ions sterling. The Emperor EUmenders for the future the prerogative of controlling the finances of the State, and has appointed M. Fould as Minister of Finance.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. REUTER'S TELEGRAM. London, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

MB. KfCTESs TELBUBAM. London, November 27. Iii J ell «nd Massey, Confederate Com- missioners, were forcibly taken ont of the English mail steamer Trent, while on a voyage from Havana to St. Thomas, by the Doited 8tates frigate San Jacinto. Consols declined to 93§. Liverpool, November, 27. An American man of war stopped the British West Indian mail steamer, and took ont two Southern Commissioners. Feeling here very strong against the North. Baron Tecco, Sardinian ambassador at the Con rt of Spain, has received hts pass- Í porta, and quitted Madrid on the 27th, ' lu consequence of Spain refusing to give np the Neapolitan archives.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

Money is like the air you breathe ; if yon have it not, yu «lie. ( GAUBUN'Q liousES.-Many a h..use in this town ia a swan hon**, ail white and fair outsi '« ; b«t only think of the ? "black legs" that are wot king <.<ut of sight! MAIDS as» Wt* «a.-Women arc all alike. When they're maids they're mild as milk ; once make 'cm wives, and they lean their hacks against their marriage I certificates, and defy yon.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

.Siping |nttllia.tiur. Jaaaarf tt -liwilw. <. ), Cm»!ala Oiattrld, fnau *rir~j ra- Util ->fOT Ctate. Naaar. Warana. Valina. Cafchaav AlklaaM. «III. «Baurr. «Tañar. CST. Macana*?, and IT la tba ?.tan** J aa aar? » -.Ctetanea (O CMUar, froto ÏI rta ba na. fa'ii-ii» - Uaaar. H.rW-l, htaaw, HtJU?. Uralla. Wrtaaaaat C?Mtattarían*. WaJay. WaaUaj.Oiaj.aaU naiaaabmp.

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

AMERICA. On the Potomac the too «nuwa. under Genorala M'Leilsn sud Beaure- gard, each numbering ahout £50,000 tuen, still Cac* each other, and do nothing. Not a «ingle incident worth reporting has occurred in taw ««after, excepting a dùastroae and duart s*#ful defeat of a body of Föderal« near Leas : burg, whkh is called tba battW on th« Bluff. The Faileral narai expedition beddV captured Fort Koral after a bombard- ment, and landed 15.000 mau at Baan fut, in South Carolina-the town and neighbouring plantations haring pr» vionsly bean destroyed hy thaOunatderataa. On the Lower F^tcsnao the foaled* rates hare withdraw« n huge portion of their force ; therefor* «he protection af tba South in threatened by Ute Fed« raW. TATO engagements has« taken ntaas a* Bletroont, in MaWOnri; ihn Fasnajua lasing «rum 300 to SOO. and the Con- federates abo suÉEsring se waly. Genn a] Scott tut ntinl ftwa th« comaand in chief of the Federal forces, and has arrived in England-General M'Lallan baring ass...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE RATE-PAYERS CATECHISM. [COMMUNCIATED.] No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

TUE EATE-l'AYKUS C.KtECÜlRM. [CüMMCNI.rATKb.] NV 1. "Wur have the Corporation allowed ! Quay-street to he 6hut up ? j because they consider it advisable lo ! centralize the trade l»etwcc!i ïttr.rvy- ! street and the old Post Office. " j Why is die Corporation so desirous of ! having the Town Hail bu iii ott the J Court House reserve ? ¡ Because if they should accept the more j eligible site offered by the Government ! it would interfere with the grand system of centralisation laid down. j Why is East street, at the crossing oî i William-street, not ¿rained, or a license I granted for a puV.bc ferry b-»ut ? j Because the present members of the I Corporation have no interest in that psit j of the town, and the rate-payers are not ' represented. I Should enquiry not bc nude why tbs public accuuuU have n-'t t>«en au-Ji'dl, sud whether the only pc:-i:;>:i of the town paying i«:es lays Itetweo»« benham 1 and rit»T>y-Btrccts7 \ ' Certain y; and it wruld l*e also ad j ; visabic to ...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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DEPARTURE [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

Jamar* -0<«a*tU. arkona er. Cantala Coulta. Sw Staad Mari aa« rori Itaaiaoo. fanaaam far broad ftaaaS-Mr «ad Mn Or**, lira. »«*.*»*. aa« talkat. Via) WHawr*. Maw lalbai. Mw» Hawllbn aaa Mkaaw KJwr. tW Hart IteaaMB -Kr. J V. Hay. Mr. T. rt raaf. Mr. J r. M OaaaJd. Mr J. Bart».. '«?»»«alfanaaT Mis. Cannot, Miwaa Canoor, ill. was Saar la HM» it»m|t Jaaurf St-Bw Boll, kaleb, M'Etraa auster. Sw atna* Wal. aanwary II ~»*tft« raaca, arhiww. Cáptala Sjajlis. *nr ta* Usraac* Ki rar. ia balla*.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

Ta the Editor «flin; Bulletin. Sm,-Ï think fur thc satisfaction of the subscribers to thc îîogoa Expedi- tion, nuder the leadership of Mr. K F McDonald, it is high time a statement of the expenditure of tire money 6nl> seril*d for that purpose shoiiM he pub- lished ; and as it is supposed that only aWtt twenty-five ])cr cent, nf the money subscribed was expended, I wooli sug- gest that the balance dae to the sub- scribers be devoted to some charitnble purpose-say, for instance, the Rock- hampton Hospital. I am. Sir, your obedient servant. A SCß>CItIBKB.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

TO 43OMUESP0SDKSTS. awaaaibr CM kM<« ta* BSIXCTtfl I bat* Itv aava*) mtdnmt .** tM artair a M «at -mw* it M M MllliMjJ **«*?* «aft* atatiaaal aa < .

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

! j A feeling of hostility has been aagen I tiered in Canada, in coueequence of the : outrageous language which has reoently been held hy the United States ia re- ference to England. The new Governors of South Aus- tralia and Western Australia have nailed from England-the former in the Suf- folk, and the latter in the Strathallen. A house of seven norie*, ia Ediu burgh, has fallen to the ground, kilting ; upwards of twenty-two people and in , ju ring twelve others. A new and vigorons National Reform Association instituted at Leeds. The spinners throughout the Lan cashite districts are making experiments ! for carry i ug out the manufacture of lu i dian cotton.

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The Rockhampton Bulletin CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

¡6l>t ^Drhbautjjiûii gullfiïn i tJmttrUMM. qUUMBLATTD ADVKRTTBEX »ATC IIP AV. JAMJABT 28. «862. TH« new« fier " Benares " ia of an itn |H>rtant character. The American war continue* in . vary unsatisfactory condi- tion. Nothing really decided or impor- tant'had taken place, sud rot immense armies wore being raised, «nd enormous preparation«, both naval and military, goiqg on on both «ides, which rendered the prospect of a cassation of hostilities aa distant as «var. The effect of this «tate of thing« on British trade ia evinced in an unmistakeable msuosr by a con I tinuous falling off in the exports, chiefly .andar the head of cotton manufacture*. Bot oar latest telegrams state, that serious difficulties hsd arisen between England and the Northern Sutes of America, «nd conclude with, "it is ru mourn! that «aar Aas actually been de- clared." What constitutes the «rions flifficulties referred to we are left partly to conjec- ture. It appeal« that a «bort time ago, the " James Ad...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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THE NEUTERALITY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

THK SEUTBaUTÏ QCESTIOV. j Tbe JScctsmam report* that * United : States «rar steamer ran into Sontheiup [ ton Water, to refit nominally-really aa it is averred, to ïeïze the Vest India Mail steamer then dee, and stipp"***! tu I have oa board Hr. Slideil and Mr. Ma [ eon. Confederate oimstùsjàonera, st h» : vere contraband of «var. Th* nail steamer came two days before the waa due, and thus escaped the Cite intended for ber. Communications then took place between our Government and tba American Minister, in which the latter disclaims any intention such as that im- puted to the proceedings of the United Stales war steamer : or rather, he dis- claims any knowledge of the matter. The United States steamer has now da- ps rt fd, but is supposed to be cruising off the IriA coast fur purpiae* similar to those which brought her to Southamp- ton. It is reported on board the Benares that the West India mail steamer La Piata waa boarded au J sewed by an American war steamer, called tba James A&g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

! [A mating of tim ni no bern of the institu- tion w.m heM last wuiug. Tho ruh* (or n discna-ion CIIDW W.T.; i ut and pound. Thc «rut uineussioit «ill taki; plw« ou XV.üJrxn <|:iy < v. niii~, the I2lb HYImiarjr : Mil.juct Ar« ti.imwjjs <ir r^ilu-ay« best aUpteJ for this <i>l >ny ?" Mi. Hall will open thu aub joct in favour of tiuioway*. j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

S«rcmrED HVUKBS.-A report hu been <»>cu!ated » aWhhiwptno to tho dfcet that throe men bava been murdered bj the blaoka OB M'IKmald'. «talion, adj* «aw«; Wifk*. OB tba Kogo« A gen' lamae just eon» ia man that ««ático nmiii ua, however, that it ia ** I wall i-iij-robabl», aa li» beard nothing of il Si-mita Pr AT« - A rna*, named Thomas William« »Urti «uihhmly yesterday mooting at tiraatiiieiv. An inquest wa« held in the after- noon, and a verdiet r»'turned-assigning heart diora-r as Ihr CSUM» of death. Ueccoscd wa« possesmnl of »onie property, hut has left no will, am! itu* matter lia» llirrrfore beeil taken in han«! hy thc Curator of Intestate F.slate». Missivo M*s KacwciLKS).-Last week, we .tated that one of the «neu wlio dtifted away from th« hwucpstakiaj, on a filauk, »iw li-ft l y Iiis companion iii the llusli. near Uruad Mount. Wi- nre happy to add that the Mim- ing mau found iii« way to Archer'« Cattle Station. He «vas very much cxhanstisl, hut ha» niue- renowned....

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, VIA INDIA. (From the S. M. Hereld's Point is Gelle Correspondent December 23, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS j BY; TELEGRAPH, VU ' INDIA. (Fnm tkt S. M. Hermit* ¿W tU OwtU t'«r> rapomdatíy. Ifec«naer23. 1861. j SEBIOCS DlfWCCLTT ABIDEM BE j TWEEN ENGLAND AND THE NOE» I THEBN STATES OE AHEBICA. WA E NOT IMfEOBABLE. ! The export of enltpetre from Great Britain has been prohibited. Great excitement prevails. Consuls are lower 1£ (er cent. Cotton one penny per ponnd lower. %* POSTSCRIPT TO aaoex Tsaxoatsr U ss roLUtwe :-Rumoured timi ssas kat actually been dedared, but ca$MOt vouch far (he (ruth of it. Landon, November 26. The Australian September (nails went delivered ia London on 14th and Hf th November. There bad been several violent galee j on the English and Irish coasts, and the i Channel, and more aro foretold. Hesvy disanters are rebuted from «ea. Foar j large steamers were wrecked. Great excitement has been created at Sou th ha nipt on by the arrival diere of Confedérate war-steamer Nashville, arith the crew «f av prise, the Harvey Birch, that she had destroyed ...

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LECTURE— SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

JiF.CTÜllR.-SCHOOL OF* àXltA. A i.KtTCtut, in connection with the !i khai.ij*Uia School of Art», waa de < . i.v the Rev. g. Kdlj, at the ;¿'«mae, on Tuesday «veiiiug. ¿ v. «nt wily a moderate attendance of tè.eui ifc-rs. The chair «-aa taken by the president, J. Jardine, Esq, 1\M., at S j» ut.

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THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN And Central Queensland Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CASE TERMS MONTHLY [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

THE ROCKHAMPTOS BULLETIN A nd Central QweentUtnd AdverUatr. fc* t*«U»»| IV» 4MHJ ?aaWr. U ; frar UM. i» : «I !.».?.?. ; aulMk. 4* t--. .ut^i .M. I*. 4*. » Mul«Uinaaa htwrtUaM»»w«at; <* Unrttni. M M «Mt. t4mlni»ni«»i tm »flau- «rtaaa rn.i « i. «>««.«.} «m«>«,«ui«i<«ii«M «til * jj .inti'titVir* ***>ii!lttüi!r'T**L*<y' ***f *t*mmmim tm tk» «««MkKttea«*vT(«i>r »lnwtia -?*-imiti .MM ka «Ml Ml Ma? UM tuas», aa rr»*»,,«<W I»»«IH mmmfci SjUawiw tMUaraaV* ú .<?> a« M M Hirth* M »rn»««*, aaa Itatlk* ?» (4«uf)ht ta. ai wtkl«HM.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

Th* Boomerang etperiíviced moderst« south #*i> «rind» «n dandy Cape, and from thence strung; noru>criy winds with thick rainy wtaulur. She enterad the river on Thursday afternoon. Tbs Ben Bolt and Parsereranoe ems ist th* river, and the Coquette wa» in the hay. The Boomerang cn her passage down w«a ii «sainad ever twenty-four hours with the B ww pst« les, «nd waa obliged to put into sf or. too Bay fer coal. In 8 vd ney »he vat pls«*i on tbs akp and had har bottom thoroughly cleaned. 8be bas also a new pro p*UVr which ty uti ly improrm her speed. Xlw Clareaos Urft Brisbane on Tuesday at lb a m.; Maryborough, Thursday at ll a m.; <ilad«toee, Friday at noon ; anchored in Keppel Hay on Friday evening, and arrived at northampton carly ibis morning. ? fttioac northerly winds from Moreton Bsy to Maryborough, and (rom thence strong from * K. P*t»ad the thne-mastrd achooner Psafortaan. calllag at Moreton Bay, and twotxt fer Broad bound and Port Denison. Itt tt'ootloomoidoo w...

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

To the Editor of the Bulletin. I MR. KMTOK,-Tempu* Fugit S But how ii» this good town of Rockhampton ts not known. Trne, a child of three and a half years old onght uot to be . trusted with a time-piece ; hut although we are only three and a half, we have Í experienced men, who fir a trifle per ! annum would take charge of a clock that would give us the right time. The courtesy of the various gentlemen mast«« of vessels trading to this port I would afford the person appointed to , take charge of the Town Clock with cor : rect time. Instead of the Corporation ; throwing ail the money into the dirt, I some of it might IK better expended in purchasing a time piece, unless the Go ! vernmeut «ill oblige ns so far aa to place 1 one in front of the Court House. Speak-1 I ing of dirt remind» me that the worthy j aldermen who resile in that blind alley I called br (hom Little Quay-street, have ' formed it,'' and flint tenders are called for to fonn Quay-stroet, from Fitwoy to Denham street-n...

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ARRIVAL "BENARES" AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

ARRIVAI, "BENARES' AT SYDNEY. THE f. «nd O. steamship Rowe*, Cap tainStcad, arrived at King George'«Sontu at half pant aeren am. on th« 7th instant ahe left 0«Ue on the 23rd Decenter, j Passengers.-For Melbourne: Mit Clew eat«, Hr. and Hrs. Horfl, Mr. am I Mrs. Latoache, Mesrrs. iüiagengel ; M Ewen, Kenley, Th«nrw», Manic ' Hansbrow, and Rom For Sydney Captai ? and Mri. Gonion, Lieatanaa , Frazer, Hassrs. Annstaxig, N. Fri ! Gibson, Taylor, M Leay , flua&nj M'Intorh, Mimisso, and G. C. Perrina, i Captain Reynold*, Admiralty agent.

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