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Correspondence. The Editor will not be responsible for the sentiments of Correspondents. To the Editor of the Bulletin. BANANA, 9th January, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

Corrfsponbmtt. Tà* EJitor «¡lt ant t>« retp" DMU« tar th* uiiUmants ?ot CulTopuB'leBtl.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. HAVANA, 9th January, 1862. SIR,-Permit tne ia a few words to lay before the public a statement of a most disgraceful occurrence that took place heic yesterday evening. A highly re- spectable young man, removed by his own sobriety and industry above thc sphere of thc working class (and whose name I privately enclose), had occasion to visit McKeowus public house in this township on business, and having transacted it, was standing talking -with an acquaintauoe, when Sergeant Cos- tello of the Native Police Force, seem- ingly ta a highly intoxicated condition, came up and rudely demanded, Who arc you-wliat do you want here-be off ;" and seizing the party by the shoulder, endeavoured to shove him ont of the house. This of course produced resistance, and a row ensued, in which the valiant sergeant (who had previously been challenging various parties to fight him for a...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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CRICKET. ALL ENGLAND v. BRECHWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

CRICKET. AM. E»oi*m> C. «Kicirwotra. Om the ! Ith instant a match «ra« played be- tween tlie All Knchwl Eleven ant Twenty two of llcechwoith. The 6mt inning* of the All Kiigtond wa* finUbed fur 'Mt ron«. The Beechworth roen made twenty run« in their tint inning« : in th<-ir second inning* eleven wicket« w.-re taken for thirty-«ti. Oreat cscitcment caused hy the «-xtraordi narr r.-wilt of this match. (Jrifhtn (mtbm) «uli*ei|aentljr pWrod a match against Eleven of the Orena (Beech- worth) cricket"-T. He put all out for one run, and made binxwlf fire. Iirriox/Jiiu. Haren. A match wa« played on the Min between Eleven «f Victoria and Elevtn of New South Wal.-*, the Victorians winning, with ten wicket« to spare. ALL KSOLASO Etcvrs e. Twesrr-rwo or New SOUTH WALKS ASI> Vicroaia. Thin iutTefttinp match co tn Danced on tb*3 morning oí thc 17th. Cuited-1st innings-Victoria 78 S. 8. W. 60 Wides, Lyes, &c. IO Total, 1st innings, 163 The result of the game lias not yet r...

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

25» tht Editor <>f the /¿««eft'n. SIR,-In wv Liter 1<> the Corporation j of 31st July," 1861, I brought before their notice the importance of placing j themselves in communicati on with the Government relative to widening Quay street at the corner of William ttreet, j but instead of the subject lieing enter I taiued, we hud in the published notice ' of their proceedings iii the BCIXSTIN of 3rd August :-" Moved by Alderman Mansfield, ami seconded hy Alderman Stevens, that the Council were not justi- fied in interfering with private interests, and therefore, could nut euteitain the letter." I have now to submit whether it is or is not within the province of the Cor- poration to take cognizance of all mat- j tera likely to interfere with the public j thoroughfares, and whether this reply ' can mean anything else than intentional j neglect, or an error in judgment. How- I ever that may be. the traffic of Quay- I street is stopped, and the Corporation ¡ will n...

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

DttOWKIKO OF TWO SlSTEBS, WHILE j BATHING IN THE CLARENCE RIVER.- - j On Saturday last, es some portics were ; bathing, a sad accident occurred, liv winch two sisters, Susannah and Harriet Wright, lost their Jives. The following is a report of the evidence taken at tiie magisterial inquiry held before Mr. A. Lardner, J.I'., on Sunday last:-Mary Ann Cassidy being duly sworn, demised ] On Saturday, about eight a.in , she was i bathing itt the river with a younger | sister of the -deceased girls, when they, with a young woman named Sarah Smith, joined them ; they were all liathing on a sunken rock, with deep water around it ; Harriet Wright went out too far, and she went after her ; she walked *>ff the rock into deep water, caich ng hali of her as she went over ; J ie clung to her, and «lie succeeded in getting her against the rock, when Su- sannah also took hold of her round the neck ; after a struggle she felt them both loose their hold ot her, and she swam ashore ; she immediatel...

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BRISBANE. (Via Sydney.) January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

BRISBANE. ( Via Üi/dnry.) .Taminrv 10. IK the Assembly the Diseases in Cattle Hill pawed through c-mmitlee. aftw various amendment*, and was rr-aj a third time. 'J'faere is «io al.« ai iou in tlu marketa,with the exception ot maíz.-, whieh lias again ad- vanced, and jg now «etliug wholesale ut /rom «s 3d. to 8». Cd. |H-r huxhel. Flour £14 to £10. and l.ran £8 per tun. The latter iu great demand. January 15. Th« Disease in Cattle Bili liar Iwcomo law under rather UUUMMI cinnmstanccK. When the hill wa« returned i>y the Coun- cil to the Assembly hy message, the Speaker refused to receive it. ns th>-re was not a ruth cent nuinher cf memhers then present to make a 1 louse. ' The Bill hus nevertheless Leen assented I to, and the l'ai limitent prorogued. Mr. .St. George <¡or<- lit* heen appointed Minister for Lauds. (This wiii cause a new election. I The Samson will tow the Tarra Yarra to Sydney. They will le.*ve to-moiruw. January M>. At the Toowoora!* Areiz...

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NEW ZEALAND. THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS—FRESH DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

KEW ZEALAND. THE OTAGO GOMJ FIELDS.-FBESII DISCOVERIES. j VIA Melbourne, we hare news fren j Dunedin to thc 21st okiuio. The papera came hy the steamer Omeo, which brought nt thc same time, on freight, 10,129 oz». 3 dwts. 18 gre. ot gold, consigned to Melbourne. The Otago iJolonitt of the 21st re- ports that the Escort u-Lich arrived on the afierii'tou of thc 20th had brought down 14,207 ounces of gold, of which amount Galtriel's Golly supplied 9593 ounces, and Wattahun 4514. It adds, that a considerable quantity of gold is said still to be held in hand by the diggers, iii expectation of an advance in die price. From a statement issue! hy the Bank of Nea- South Wales, we gather that the total amount of gold remaining in the liank OB deposit up to the 12th, «ras, was 46,946 «zs. S dwts. Of this total, 12.325 <izs. 19 dwts. came from Wada- buna, and 34,620 ozs. 18 dwts. from Gabriels Gully. The total amount brought dows per escort up to present date is 191,831 ozs. On Tuesd...

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

<< .M «S TATOUS-Worthy folks who too often write on books, «a wen with diamonds write on glass-obscuring light with scratches. Dogma; ism ia puppyism come to ita full growth. llasPBorseiuTr -If all the rascals who, under the semblance of a smug re spectaUlity, BOW the world with dissen- sions and deceit, were fitted with a halter, rope would double its price, and the exe- cutioner set up his carriage. Conscience, be it ever so little a worm while we live, grows suddenly to a ser- pent on our death bed. It s odd how folks will force disagree- able knowledge upon os-crab apples that wc must eat mud defy the stomach ache. , Tau« WISDOM.-The only lasting good ; all rise is hollow. Glory-'tis Lut a hubble bio wu from blood 1 L vw . apidei's wisdom ; aud politics-iLe statesman pnnders and plana, winning nothing certain but ingratitude and in- ¡ digestion ; whilst for woman, we hunt a j n ild-fiiv, «r.d vow it it a star.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

MUNICIPAL OOCNX'IL, BOCKBâHPTOk. A MUTING of the Municipal Coancil iras held on Thurs-isy the -¡3rd instant. Present-The Maror, Aldermen McKel- ; ligett, Grant, and Stevens. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Aa no satudactory tenden had been rewired for the formation of William ?tratst and Quay-street, it «ra« resolved that the time for receiving tenders for : the sante ehail be extended to Ute 6th of February. The time for receiving tenders for the appointment of Assessors was extended to the 6th february. It «raa moved by Alderman McKrlli gett, and seconded by Alderman Grant -" That the portions of East ead Bol etiver-atreets, between William-street and Fitaroy-street, should be forped, and thal the Toura Surveyor be instructed to lake tlie «errcsiry Kt«'!*» for callina; for temiera." Oiiied. The inotir*i« «tcudinç in 4.he name «f Altlennan Maneiittld now |KBjt]*mi!d until nest meeting. ' It wan mmvd hy thc Maj'<«T, and i seconded hy Alderman ...

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

FOLAND. The System of military repression con- tinues to be carried out in Poland with great brutality. The administrator of the archbishopric of Warsaw has been arrested. The churches at Warsaw are still dosed, and numerous arrests are daily made, followed by banishment, dre

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DUTIABLE GOODS-QUEENSLAND BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

DUTIABLE GOODS-QUEES.Sr.AVD HJ11DKU. THE following i« a letter «eut by the Colonial Secretary, Queensland, t<> the Colonial Secretary, New South Wales, respecting goods cro&jug the Queens- j huid Border: ! Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 18th December, 1861 - Sir,-I do myself thc hon.mr to ad- dress you with reference to the recent seizure, by an officer of thc Qucenslan 1 Government, of certain dutiable foods entering this colony overland by the Bouthern frontier; and to invite the con- sideration of your Government to the possibility of effecting any arrangement by which the question of Border Cus- toms may be bellied in a satislkctorr manner. 2. The appointment of an officer to patrol the south western extremity of Queensland was in the first instance called for by the mimerons complaints made to this Government « f the extent to which the unlicensed sale of spirits was lieing carried in that quarter, and of the injury and annoyance to wlii b re- spec...

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

PBüSStA. Prusai* bsa proposed certain reforms to the Zollverein, from which she will withdraw if not accedod to.

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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

BIRD AK O WORM ALBS REPORT. THERE has boen a fair demand for noires during the pa-it week, and all that have come to market in fair condition hare found punchase!* at full rates ; at our weekly sale wo quilled twenty head at about an average price mi uur Ia»t «{notations. Wo du uot, lumwcr, CK peet the prices that uv haw lauly ob- tained to continue. W« have iiifoinm tioa of s few timbs now on their way to this market. Working bullocks very tnnch want eil, iu the absence of which draught horses are in good d<-m>uid. Land dull and transactions restricted.

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WOOL REPORT. November 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

WOOL REPORT. November 23rtl. f La*t salce commenced on Ttl» No vern - i l>er. Up to dite about iiulf llic stock ' lias boen cataloguai- There has !<ecu j competition for all descriptions of good ' flocks. j A large attendance of both home and i foreign bilyera. Priées ojieued at about the same as the lowest cunviit in July, , but after a few days a concession was j obtained on all faulty wools. Scoured j skin aud locks are about lid lower. It ! was expected nearly all the stock on j hand would he brought to the hammer.

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ENGLISH SHIPPING, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

ENGLISH SHIPPING, ARKIV4L«. Angleger and Roxburgh Castle, from Mel IVrtiriie. Rifleman, from Sydney. {Sebastian and Janies Kelson. OEPABTCBES. FOR MELBOURNE.-Chatiotof Fame. Pere kop, Ann Huckle, Zi>l<oah, Tin latta, Water Kym ph, Success, Morning Light, Dover Castle, Suffolk. FOB Sro*er.-George Marshall. Morpeth, (s.s.). Granite City, John Ranks, Kuunuahal. FOB BRISBAKE.--Queensland, (ns.). The Pathfinder and Colina had Failed from Hamburg, and the Cosmopolitan and Sophia from Rotterdam, for M el bourne.

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

PRODUCE MARKETS. I Hides.-Australian met steady sale; I best 5d. to 5|d. I Leather.-Australian sold at rather I lower prices. Skins.-Australian, all offered sold at ?average decline of 4s. Cd. per iloecn. I Bark.-Mimosa in helter demand, nt advance. Tallow.-Unsettled. Prices about la. to ls. rid. under last month. Coffee.-Large sales effected at an ad- vance of ls. per cwt. Rice.-Dull of sale, at reduced prices. Metals.-Burra copper io demand, at £102 10i. Spirits.-Good business done in mm at easier prices. Sales of brandy and wines limited. Wheat.-Market dull. A decline of ls. per quarter has taken place owing to shipments being made from France to English markets Sugar. - Market quiet. Common kinds from Gd to la. lower. I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

OBITUARY General Sir H. Douglas. Sir John Forde, M D., Mr. Duncan, Mrs. M Geofrey de Saint Helliare, and the King     of Portugal.

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

C. W. PITTS, YAAMBA. rPIIB "LKVERUIER" CLARET, A 3*>i. jiiT <loz-n. T. TAYLOR, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER i And j M AK lT FACI'lI HI KG J K WELLER, i XEXT /tUOß TO CA IT. FEEZ'S STORE j SLAT Eil & CO. Watch and Clock Makers, and Jewellers, BfÄKHAUri'oS. Kate fia and dodi» accurately repaired. Colonial Jewellery Manufactured on ilu pretaines. F. MITCHELL, l^ATCHMAKER, JEWELLER » . an«l TOUACCON1ST. next to JAMEb" Golden Fleece Hotel, Iiocfcnatnpton. HUTCHINSON, HUNTER, & CO., UOCKHAMI'I OK, Agentó for the Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Company. ÍNorth Brisbane, Quo-nslaud, I4th October, I6CI. ! To ths Electors of Port Cartis, ami more J especially of Rockhampton. ELECTORS.-According to thc Elec- toral Act, al! p nuns seeking a vote j foi this ii ist net must give in their names to tito Clerk of Petty Sessions, on or before the i 14th FEBBCAUY, 1662. As there are no j collectors, I therefore call upon you to enrol j yourselves without y«u wish to ...

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

- LKCTURK. yin. F wea wt HT-Ltnut awn GBMTU MK*.-Allow me, «re «ntcríttg oa the '.;«?* which 1 Lave obosou fur tbit >-...»; » lecture, <o express the satisfac . ..i which I feel in appearing before you in a capacity new to me at least in Kockhanijrfon-that of a pulilic lecturer. And why a satisfaction ? Ia it for the mere sake <jf delivering a lecture which has occupied some Uaw of careful pre- paration f Ja it that 1 may have thc ??p porto ni ty of letting my voice IM heard*-hy moat «f foo it has been h -ard before, ta it because of a hope *. iTtainod that I may tell yon some thing which none of you have hilbert: heard of? No. With th» two abh lecturers gone before me I would say that the design of this lecture is to 1« - all lectores, 1 believe, should be, i: eflv suggestive-to «waken the minc TI-tv traine of thought;-to stir nf ? ct to seek after the aojuisitiou ? i ? ;-to make aa sensible ol . li> . :te:«u we hare already arrived at. " . inf privilege...

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

MB. Q. W. PAYNTER, SURGEON, may be consulted tl.il> at ki* IHsDMiaarT. adjoining U«a*re. Ward and Staves«', Dutch, r*. BUTLKR HROTHERS & WHITE UOUHK, WHOLKHALte SAUPUSUt*. Haran* Maker«, and Sarl.ltVit' Ironmonger* Walsall, Kokand; and i'ltt-atreH Sydney near tbe U^rojv litau lint 1. WANTED-TVo ASSESSORS for ' " flating iii« Pnipnrty within tho ' Inundarlo* of til« B(^;.tii»inpt<n Muoici }i«(ttr fur (lo eui rent vmr. VUT further |i«rtieu1nrii opply to th» 1 own Clerk. Hy Otilar. r. K. MIt.SK. Town «.'lern. January IO. IW2. £2 EEWAUD LOST OU STUvVED, I BAY stähle fol c\i:ui.\Qi: IMUSi;. Mack points, string <r*irly man* »tv! tail, »iel .lifl.Tfiit Mot. heil blands on tho near shoulder. I CHICSMTT COLT, hranded LH on near shoulder, wliitc stripe, on face. The aliove reward will bc; p.iid on «leliveiy ut the «aid hut»« to Mit. ALRHRCHT FEKZ. Land Orders. '1WE UNDERSIGNED is a Cash *- rurdinscr oí Laud Orders. A. FEEZ. j To Squatters. Stockmen. Constable»...

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MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 25 January 1862

MANIFEST OF THE BOOM EBANO. Fram Sydney : 16 cat wine. 4 hhds ale. I ! tia »arti tah, 1 ca jams. 1 os pickles. 1 basket j scHaer water, 'Wakefield ; S boxes tobacco. 2 adis nota. 1 Uli gâtai backets. S bags salt. 3 I-dits tea. 2 ess ironmongery. 1 Mle spades | .nd asea. 1 crosscut «aw. 1 pk fr. 9 hg» sugar, ] 16 lags floor. Hobler, care of Palmer ; 2 eas, 1 matted Ml. J ca. 1 trass drapery, 14 bags potatoes. 10 hags oom, 32 Ogs sugar, 2 cast« pickb-a. 1. hg saddlery. Paton, roster, and <\» : 2 r«s vfnwrr. 1 rs chutney, 1 cs corry, 2 «at jams. 1 esk hams, 8 his sperms. S cases swadriea. 1 case, 1 bit walnuts. 2 ess cheese, I chlMttry. 2 ck» linn juice, 1 pkg paper. 2 aka tinrgar, M hags «u>r»r, 1 cs preservta. -I oask rfflpt, MulHemn ; J hammock, 1 -cs. 26 bags potatoes. Hutchinson. Hunter, and Co: 6 rsa. IO eas wine, 10 ess colonial wine. 1 csse drapery. Shaw, Capper, and Co; 1 trunk. C. FM che: ; 10 sack« fl.wir, older ; 2 hhd* por- ter, on 1er : 1 parcel, Mu-ridan ; ...

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