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

rms AUSTRALASIAN STEAM X MAVlQATtOX OuKPAKVS «teamer VU in»» Itoofchawpton for Oitdatonc, ttarytoconch, «nd Brisbane, on MONDA*" Jaaaary 27. ud Moaday. Febnitry IO. A.B. N. Co.*s Steamers. ^OTICK -All cargo landed from the A* ? ?Hwtialin Staaaa Navigation Com- i puijr'a at »aa» ii», Mst te taken cfaaige of by (faa cnailgatui itaoMdutdf on being I laoaai, UIIMJ »ia» ft «Ul bc catted off and atora! at thair riak and expense. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. IN peiaomnce nf a nsnlntioa passed at a »earing of sheicboldets in the above «wipany. application» «rill be received for «fae addtttwial abana to br allotted by Means. SHAW. CAPPER, A CO.. Kock awatea. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. KBHERRING to tba above advertise ?Mt, «ba aakttc ia informed that .spies of tawerittaal prospectos «dd forma of apnttoatica Cor abares can be had at our C4B0B" SHAW. CAPPER, A CO. TVHB ITNDEBSIONKD will execute A INDKNTB Cor ail descriptions of ajaada, cWaer to« Sydney or London on advaatacaooa tarais. S...

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

SHEEP. THEIR ORKUN AND THEIR DISEASES. To Ike KJit-tr of Itu UuUrUn MR. EDITOR,-Vom having favoured me by inserting my letter on Pleuro pneu monia, induces me again to trespass on lite val uni dc space of your journal. Be- fore I speak of my experience on sheep, Ï would preface what ! have to «ry on that subject hy commenting generally that the Scah Act is not so fully Appre- ciated as it ought to he. otherwise »ll would unite in not only adhering to the law, hut assisting, instead of retarding, public officers in doing their duty. My practical experience with sheep is as early os tlmt of honied cattle, liv my heading my letter, it may tie ex jtected 1 should refer to their first dis- covery in Asia, their transport to liu rope, Ac, &c. This I leave to the naturalists, and without reference to hook's, just say what I have seen and what I know about diseases in sheep. As to the mild aud the violent crosses tried I in England, it would scarcely apply to the point, viz., Scab, ...

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

THE HOSPITAL. THE annus! meeting of fha LeichliHrdt and Port Curti« Divínete Hospital was held in the Court House on Mondar !ast, at 4 p.m. The attendance was very small, but the report, in- cluding a finaiieisl statement, for the year 16G1 was read and adopted, and the officers for tue ensuing year were elected. The new hst is as follows : President, A. F. Wood, Esq.; vice-Presi- dent, John Jardine^ Ef-q., P.M. -, Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. F. N. BcddVfc ; Commit- tee, Messrs. Brown, Skardon, McKelligmt, Palmer, Bird, Wakefield, Hutchinson, Heater, Rundle, Van Wessen, Robison, K. B. Henning, D. Connor, and Captain Feez, with power to add to their number ; Surgeon, Dr. EoberUon. The report was of a very iarouraUe charac- ter, and the financial statement ¿howtd a balance in hand of £30 after liquidating all outstanding liabilities- ft was resolved that the above should be published ; and also, that the building be enlarged by the addition of I one or two extra apartment*-the presen...

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

Russia. The financial difficulties which had   terrified Louis Napoleon places Russia also within an administrative collapse     as the Government is embarrassed for the   want of means, and the troubles with   the serfs are threatening.  

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

MANIFEST OFJTIIE BOOMEBANG. For Sydney. 12 cks tallow, 82 hides. 7 bdls skins. Havne», ISiown, and Co ; 1 truss drap<ry, tfrolo'U ; 45 bale» wool, 37 bags oie, 1 loi Hutchinson. Hunter, and Cn: 1 tsfcbrars 23 bales »ml, 1'alniei. 57 l»alet> wool, Mausticld; "3 bales wool, Feez

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THE BIRTH OF LIFE ASSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

TUE BIRTH OF LIFE ASSURANCE. The first original ufe assurance office the Amicable-first opened its doors in 17UG, and in spite of the benevolent ob- jects it contemplated, the public viewed its advent with doubt ; and prophets were not wanting to declare its speedy fall, as a lucie incentive to gambling, and a direct opposition to the decrees of Providence. The original plan was a very imperfect one ; the same premium was received for all lives, from fifteen to eighty ; and for £5 per cent annually, and £7 10s. per cent, entrance money, all could insu: j. The Loudon Assur-1 ance and Royal Exchange corporations were both fouuded in 1720, and it was not until I7«j2 that the Equitable was established. £5 per cent, per annum was still demanded on every life. On such terms no satisfactory progress could be made, and not till the rate varied ac- cording to age and state of health could j such institutions flourish. The insurance of lives has never been prohibited in this country. In Holla...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

li MU Hutt HF AT Two n'Cl/trc, I* iltp busos, «J ii HUTON F. PHUT Ct UTIP, P..K 1 ti li Til MU Huta lill EMlIItu lilli «lia, lm.l. Tuerai -vería [«»?t. I I ioa>o¡«n 4a> SI Nu» 1 Fin«r,g>-o4i;M (lollijr W Hi/ t U-Udf tin- .j»n -IUV OJaca ni£Kit. a exea. nan»)»!! i lou ty ri J» r« . Th»t l*»r shower _ _ m

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SUBGEON'S REPORT, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

SUBGEOK'S BKPOBT, 1861 Bemaimtig on the list, December 31, \8M, $ n-alt-i. aduuttod duruig the year, 5-3 mai---. 5 female«, di-cha'-ged duruig the year, MI male!', ¿ fonal» , dud, 5 nul»?, 1 f. tiiale, re n arning on the hat, December 31, 1M51, 7 malet, S females DISBISES -Abscess, 4 , anhca, 4, ron s.II I ti in, 3, «¡.larrie, 2, cojutipali ii. 1 coup a, sub-d. 1 , dyseuU-ry, <i , dcbiuty, 3 delirium tremen«, 5, disease of heart, 1 , con IUMJO of bead, 1 , ditto of ribs, 1 . «hilo of knee, 1 , ei)ilej»v, 1, fever, 2, ditto, intr-r urtictit, * 1 Iraeture, rib«, 1 , dmo, arm, 1 , ditto, finger, 1; gonorrhoea, 2, »tneture, 4; dropsy, blMiomen, 1 , bydro-'ck, 1 , Iwona t«ua, 1, tmmlal derangement, 2 , necroei&, 1 pilrt, 1, rupture, 1, rheumatism, 14, tcu-'tv, 5 «yihthtt, 2, ditto, «eumaarv, . ( lotead», guxuhvt, 1 , ditto, UK-d, 1 inHinnnaUDí], toc- ad*, 1 ditto, bladder, I a¿ *o, ,ü«,-joir.t, 1. ditto, «tomaeh, 1, »pn> i, 1, ti mpalheü. bubo, S , idrer, 1 Totti, B...

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GLADSTONE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

Cf.AÜSTOS'E. {FBOU ODE OWN coaaeseoMSGNT.) THE '* Clarence'" at her last trip brought j up a uamber of men to go «jn with the ? road over the range between this and the j Dawson, aud which was left uutiiiisbcd ¡ some time ago. It was said that-thc last ; thousand pound» were almost thrown j away, the road lieiiig scarcely at all im- ! proved. There ib no doubt that the ' opening of a thorough good line of mad ! bet«ecu this and the Dawson district j would tend materially to advance the in- I terest of this port. Those who arc acquainted with our , tow nship are aware that then; ¡» a splen- , did uuoceupicd strip of land immediately ' facing the Bay-Ijhig b.-tween the sand- ' flat and the beach. Hitherto it has been 1 kept as reserve land by the Government, i the inhabitants, however, are now peti- ' tinning the " powees that be " that they would grae¡ou>ly l>e pleaseal t,i put the t whole of it into the market fur sale ; and from what we hear it is likely to be 1 granted. The ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

stripping intelligente. ARRIVAU J«attU) 3«-clMet«* <..» lutiivr. frwt ttit»b«n«. t-«-liC<T» 1tr**r* »tiri«*. Ml«». bjrSi». Br»b». »,<-lh.u.«l (li. >-i<h<el«i.l, Wokj, «uiir).ui>i,iil «n lu l.» »wvrag«.

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MANIFEST OF THE CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

MAMFKeT OF THE CLARENCE. Fioni llrMhatic 1 hbd.Hell, 2 oat salmon, 5 isa lobster*. 1 b^ rine, .1 big «oap 1 kg «ufBt«, 1 f pckt hops, 1 ck biscuits, b eases pickle«, 1 cc. sundrtea». 24 bgb flour, 38 bags «.u/ar. 4 ehts « 4-dit* ti J chu tea. Winter «ad Co. cure »t Bird and Wormald . 1 box, 1 tug. Dr. Kata , 2ess wines, I keg brandy. Hay ni« 1 c* opuai. I tius*. Brui, care nf «avnis, ti hop**. pa»sen¿i r», l8 W;* su^ar, JO btgi rliiii, lix soap. I ibt tua 1 os gui s. 1 cs sundries, I leather bajj 1 «addie, 1 k«g horse »hot-*, 1 cs books. 1 i-s ilmneiy, I box, 1 cess-cut saw, I Leg we !".?*, 3 bullo, k chaina, 2 bags salt, Cunnuighaui, care of Palmer. 1 horse, passenger; 2 dray wheel-, 6 bgs «alt, -t chu toa, 2 bdU woolpacks. I bale tarpanbas. Hutchinson, Hunter, and Co 2 cafes, McKeown, care of Palmer, 3 case brandy, 2 ess kaludah. 2 out old tom. 2 ess claret, 2 ess oysters, 2 efe htlwtrrs, ¿ bia soap. 2 dits tva. 3 CM cordials, ti c>* lieer. 2 ces jam», 2 CMS wine. 2 cvs drapery...

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Meeting, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

Meeting, January 2ÍÍ. A leih r was read from Mr. J. Finn re- questing permission to establish a punt :tc rosa tbf river oppos.te the town of Rockhampton, in reply to which the Town Clerk wa» in- structed to »tate that no obstacles would be thrown in the way by the Council, but he must distinctly widerstand that in «lo-nj so, it would 1M.- at his own nsk, as a publ-c punt ' is likely to be-opened shortly. ' Ï he Committee of Works brought up their ] report, recommendiug the adoption oí the Town Purveyor's plans in reference to the {.luposed trainn«y from Mount Athelstane Kan¿e. «nd for the irec-tura of a temporary town ci.-ik'b office. The portion of the re- port having reference to the Town Cl-rkV oflice was adopted, that having reference to the tramway was postponed lor considération at the next meeting. Moved by Alderman Mansfield, and 6-cunded by Alderman UcKelligett, in pur- . su an ce of notice, "That the resolution ; passed at a previous meeting ot the Council, extending; the ...

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BIRD AND WORMALD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

BIRD J.XD U'0/:VALii.-i lOi'OUT. BUSINESS iu the horse m itket this week bos ¿.-eil dull, uliieh u<- account for in conse- quence of the scanty biijijily The d..niaiid has beeu luibk tor coo.i hacks and driu^ht | stock, and a Hune., r eil pincha«* rs still ie Irani ni town waurn,.'our -al,- iuli rlibei to I take pi ice this ii«, of tiitrtj tiv<; lu ad Prices tuie much the same as prev.ou« «pm ' talions I Working bullocks much inquired for. 1 Land.->o t>a|. a to 11 poi t.

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REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

The committee of th> I'oit Curtí- and [ I.tii hhar.it Dif.liII t> Ho 011 || U¿ to It.j [ licfore the Eubseiibcrb iii. ,r i« ji.it ol' the I ).ar lHil. [ Tiny h.ivegreat pleasure lu announcing that thct-uhheiiptioiifcot the punt ye*r liaie enabled them to ni.ike ¡uiproiem. nts and additions to the 1 ml ling toi tUecoi.vctiKuce I and comfort of the patiei.ts. I Notwithstanding tin ui! tiona al-ovc I alluded to, corindi raMe -iilug imtil* to the lUiMing are- istill i.rjuu -I to luee-t the m criased demaud of lb'- di~tr.fi 'J be cuinnutlee trutt tint bv fuitber Iiher.ility on tlie ¡uut oi ih; | .n 11 io. the Government »ill be md-ticd to o tend tin ir atóibtancc towards th.s meet i.oi,U and usiful institution '1 he committee have mu< h picas ure in noting among other impiov'tu-.i i,ts t ¡at the p.it'euts have now the lie-ueht of »pintu «1 .id\io,-the vaiious cbr^ymen couneited with this district, rend« mu.' ev<ry- .»id in their now« r in viutiug aud consoling...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

IitisT IN THE Btsn -Mrs. Gean anti thro«chtl Iren, the wife and family of a <jijMitei at Westwood (Presto), wete i nursing fruin Westwood on Sunday aftci , noon Information was foroatded to the police, an 1 it vtaa ascertained lint tl<\ ! .veie seen on Mon lav morning at j An her\ Seven ¡Mtie Statmn. ScucJi «ib ma le in that dueition bl the Police, assiste«! l»v others, an! intelligence was received on Tiiur^Liv that thev weie safe at Archer s rifteui 3Itle Stati «ti The cause of Mrs Gearv leaving bet home is «mp, o-cd to have been that she was «f UDhouud mind at the time, ab she was a conduce in Tarban CiecL Lunatic Asvlum, up to a recent date, foi a period of four vi an» Tins i» mote hkch to be correct as it api cars that Geaiv't» con j duct towaiilb hi» faiiiili his ben \civ discreilital'le and vi lu 1st the scaicli wat being it'ale for his missing familv he »as spelling his time m dunking Anothei case, of which infonnation has been received bv the police, i...

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Janaury 27. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

January 27. Before F. B. Hutchinson, Es., J P. Alfred Glasscock, for being drunk, and       breaking square of glass, was fined 40s., or   in default, twenty four hours in the cells. Thomas Watkins, on warrant for assault-   ing a female, was remanded to the Yaamba Bench. John Ward v John Watkins. For ab- sconding from service. Ordered to return and fulfil his agreement.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

DEATHS. At Rockhampton, on the morning of the 19th ult.,   Mr. R. R. Robinson, recently from Geelong, 23 years   of age.   At Haughland, near Elgin, Morayshire, North Britain, on the 28th October, 1861, William, second son     of Sir Andrew Leith Hay, of Rannes, aged 42.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

Dr. Locock's Qoinîned Port Wine. EXTENSIVELY I'SED in India, America, and West Indies, as a certain antidote «tgitust fiv i air a¿u« hole- and onli <i^'< n's " BIKD AND WORM ALI» FINAL NOTICE OF ASHDOWN AND CO.'S Great Gearing-Out Sale, At and Cud- r < W Prices. THE Preparation of the Plans and Specifications, and more puticul-irlt the making of the patterns foi tne casting lof the Irou Columns, liai in ^ ortaipic-d » ' longer time than was anti ii<sLea!. (li, uatu meacesacut of the tilt, r it lout, d.-tasriuiua-d 'upon have, in coo-siuu ne., been abba} ed ' until the 1st Marih nut, i On which date pobacbi-ioii «i the premises uiUbt be given to the a ..uti-n-tors '1 he aale will thera.Mc he aontinucd until the 21tt February next, When the prêtent old premises will bo closed, and the good* remaiutut; then eua will be cleared by «n Auction Sale Immediately thereafter In the meantime ASHDOWN and CO will «oil their large auld varied .stock at ...

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AN ACT TO PREVENT THE INTRODUCTION OF DISEASED CATTLE INTO THE COLONY OF QUEENSLAND AND TO CHECK THE PROGRESS OF MALIGNANT DISEASES IN CATTLE. ASSENTED TO 13TH JANUARY, 1862. Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

AN ACT TO PREVENT THE INTRO- DUCTION OF DISEASED CATTLE INTO THE COLONY OF Q17EENS LANH AND TO CHECK THE FRO Olli:.SS OF MALIGNANT DISEASES IN CATTLE. ASSE.VÎS:» TO 13TU JASCAS-E, 1SG2. Preamble. WiiKREW it is spolient to provide ugaitiht the iiitioductiou of Diseased Cattle into th.: Colony of Queensland and to check the progress of I'leuro Piieumonia and other ni-.iligiiant Diseases in Cattle Be it theicfore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and w ith the advice and consent a>f the Le- gislative Council and Legislative Assem- bly of Queensland in l'ailiament assem- bled and by the authority of the same as follows : Iutroduction of Cattle may be prohibited or restricted by Proclamation. 1. It shall lie lawful for the Governor , from time to time with the advice of the Executive Council hy Proclamation to prohibit or put restrictions on the intro- duction or importation of Horned Cattle into the Colony of Queensland or into any district thereof from such places and...

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LECTURE SCHOOL OF ARTS. BY REV.S.KELLY, M.A. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

LECTCBE.-SCHOOL OF ARTS, atr a«T. s. KELLT, H.A. fCoacurosD.] BIT a qttestion may be asked, and most likely it wiil arise in your minds-Docs this progress of our tunca -this calling science and art to our aid-these steam aiiidUnees and ntaeainery-not cast many out of employment? And will the gabt derivad by the world at lar<re in aocial eotafotta, and the wealth of diose wbw caa put the machinery in operation ami do with fewer banda, make tat satis- fied that «re bava done right in render- ing the labour of «he fistner's bauds of no avail, whereby be supported a wife and bundy, or wbeseby the son miuis tared to aged parents? There is no question lut many bave thus been cast out of employment, and into misery, or {tcrbaps to crinie. Nu question that, tboegn tiie results afterwards were ad- vantageous-greatly advantageous-to the ntany, yat the unrmplo\el suffered ¡ And «hough improvements have caused this, they should not necessarily de so. j (I am not going now In diseñas ...

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