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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

NOTICE TO MARINERS. MIDDLE CHANNEL, MORETON BAY. IN roriBequenco of tho still further growth north- wards of thc Venus Bank Spit, Masters of Veesols aro cautioned against rounding tho Spit, with the Lighthouses opon ns recommended by the notice issued in February, 1871. Until further notice, the Spit is to bo rounded, with the Lighthouse at Capo Moreton, open to tho northward of tho 7ellow Patch Lighthouse a space equal to the difibrenco between their heights. O. P. HEATH, Commander, H.N., Portmaster. Department of Ports and Harbours, Brisbane, 12th March, 1872.

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Rockhampton Bulletin, WITH WHICH IS lNCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. CARDWELL. Saturday, 11.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

?%e||otM¿¡unptoit bulletin, WITH WHICH IS lNCOBrouATKD TnE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, MARCS 26, 1872. TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. ADSTttiLIlN ASSOCIATED TOE9S TELEUUASI9. CARDWELL. Saturday, 11'20 a.m. TAB " Governor Blackall," s., lins returned to port. She found the bodies of all the missing peoplo of the New Guinea expedition who were killed by the blacks, earing twa persons, of whom there is no trace.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

A LETTES from Ur. David Wilton, of Raglan, is to hand, but with a large quantity of interest- ing matter is crowded out of to-day's issue. WE bear that the steamer " Mary " has been chartered by Mr. Snow for an excursion trip to the Bay on Easter Monday. A BPHCUL meeting of members of tho Rockhampton Cricket Club will be hold at Denis' Hotel, this evening, for tho election of new members, &e., at half-past seven o'clock. MAILS for Brisbane and intermediate porte per " Lady Bowen," cloao at '.eight o'clock this morning, Mails for Maryborough, Brisbane, and the Australian Colonies per "Janies Pater- son " cloao at eight o'clock this orcning. WK loam with much pleasure that an attempt is being made under favourable auspices to start a new QueonsIand¡Bsnk. There is much to bo said on this subject, it being one of tho highest importance, but want of space compels us to let it stand over until Thursday. TUB Chinaman, Jimmy Ah Ching, who was arraigned oil an indictment for murder a...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. (Home News and European Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

%$ÊmmB ITEMS. ¡¿taSiie'Étía't ¿«á European.Mail.) ií8j>r for s compulsory winding up made by °~" ÍCÍUOT Malins, eoveral summonses have rd jsrt .chembers with regard lo tbe ." , Jiters rto -carry into effect tbe order ip«|(l^£n*th"i «Moat advantageous, manner )ín%f»te;oftbB policy-holders. It appears lunînfijti» proceedings -which terminated > jvjuufag-up order, Vioc-Olienoellor Malins ?edatMrai hundred letters from tho various _rrnobjeirs detailing tbs most heartrending ^Knutenj^^omiected with-the: insolvency «r " ' imfc viTi'Bj- scarce from all quarters, Lthat tarerai of the writers were r absolute want In one instance, a yr-^ding inlroland wrote that tbe annuity ' sttfó&dJrotn tho company was the only jof ¿listenoe that she had, and now that as Mpwr-fl pf that the was an absolute ffi.'Jjqjft^rast great many policy-holders nteyv^mer)e-i, end Australia. isSgjS^a^ jpst been registered at Ute Stów'CmnpBpy'e Registration Office, it^^^lj^twnnel. Tunnel Company '*" " "'"* *...

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CLERMONT. Saturday, 12.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

CLERMONT. Saturday, 12-40 p.m. Mr. dc Sntgé resigned Iiis seat in tho Legisla tire Assembly to-day. No candidate is yet in the field.

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SYDNEY. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

STONEY. Mondar Evening. The E.M.S.S. "Nubia" takes 73,000 sove- reigns and 1400 ounces of gold. A vein of plumbago has been found in New Cornwall Mine. Lester aud Nicolis hare been committed for trial for the wilful murder of the Bev. Mr. Walker.

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THE PARRAMATTA RIVER MURDERS. (From the S.M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

THE PARRAMATTA RIVER MURDERS. {?Froin the S. SI. UeraVi.) TEBTïEpAr.'s (Sïarcb15th) Oover*meid OazilU ? . \ contains un offer of à reward of £100 for such -_...-.,! information os shall lead to the apprehension and conviction pf thc guilty person or person.*, tn addition to the above reward, his Excellency the Administrator of the Government will be advised to extend a free pardon to any accom- plice not being the actual :murderer, who shell. first give such information. The following are; .. ?. eomo of the particulars as to the whereabouts .."i "s of Bridger beforo the sad event which resulted""'"T'* ^ In Iiis death i-He left the "Rosario" on tho'' afternoon of Thursday week, and went oh shore. On the evening of that day fae told a boatman that he had obtained a situation in a store in the ! direction of Parramatta at £2 per woek. It' would ulso appear that Bridgor had arranged to go up the Parramatta River on the same night. , * to cn er upon the duties of. the alleged situation. ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

SHIPJPING INTELLIGENCE. , AUBIVAIS. MARCH 23.-Lady Bowen, s., 425 (one, Captain Collier, Brom BrlsbRHQ.. Maryborough, mid GlHdstouo. Pad" «engoré-Mrs. Lab butt, Mrs. Wilt, Mis» Collas, Ilia Honor Mr. Justice Lulirycbo, Mr. Bramston ( Attorney Cen oral), Mr. Itallornu (Sheriff), Mr. lt. Tliorrold {Judge's Associate), Mr. Ü. Mug (Q.C.), Mosers. 3. Koaiio, F.J. Byerley, <J. IL KlUow, W. C. Mayne, II. II. Mayne, E. Shaw, W. Kelman, W. Joger, J. Young, A. Molklo. J. Cushion, YT. H. Holbrook, A. D. B. l'raoJ, A. Wit, IL 1». Lloyd, Carter, Master L&bb&tt, Captain Iloldon (Light Bilgude). and twee ly-tli roo in tho steerage. Uaroh SO.-Jamos Putorsou, ax., 202 tons, CA ptain Saundori, from Sydney ein Maryborough Passenger Mw. 8. T. Morrl*, Messrs, MoyorDcld, J. Forrest, and six in tho steerage. DEFAETUBS. March 2t-U.M.6. Basilisk, paddle steamer. fl guns, from Keppel Bay, bound for Moreton Hay with thc eelioonor Tori io tow,

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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

NEW IifsoLVBira. Charles Leicester Johnson, of .Rockhampton, commission agent, on Ilia own petition. First sitting, April 16 ¡ second, May 1.3.. , , ? : ,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

Australian sportsmen should exercise a good deni of eire in the selection of the gum tiler use. A trade report from fíirmingham, under dito January 18, Bay» :-" Fowling-pieces ol alt qualities ore easilv disposed of, ant considerable ehipmcata of thc inferior aorte are being made to the oolonics." Those «ho remember the terrible disaster thst happened to Walter Sherwin, some years ago, will not thinV our caution ill-timed. J

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. Friday, March 1. Before His Honor Mr. Judge Fawcett. ABDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

CFNTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, SYDNEY. Fruían, Hare!, 1. Befare Hie Honor Ur. Judge Fawcett. ABDijcriOK. Funny Bowyer was indicted for that she, on lite 12th of December last, nt Sydney, did nn-, lawluliy take and canee to bo taken, one Matilda i Sarah Garron, out of the possession and against the will of Fanny Sophia Harvey (the «aid Fanny S. Harvey then having the lawful charge of the said M. t\ Garron), she thc said M. 8. Garron being then au unmarried girl under thc j age of sixteen years-to wit, of Ute age of ten years and seven months. Mr. Buchanan conducted the defence. Tho pri'oncr (the wife of a Chinaman con- victs.! on the day previous) had induced tho child Garron lo go with ber to her bouse in Clarence-street, esliere she lived with her husband, and where the child was found by the detectives. Tho precise object of this abduction was left to be inferred, and was not the snbjeot of direot evidence. It transpired that the child bad in Queensland been 'the subject of litigation be...

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IN INSOLVENOY. Monday, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

It? IHEOLTBBOT. , '.' Monday, Marth 18. IK TBS ESTATE OF LEOOTDAB KOLEDAS. Insolvent wag present. A debt was proved by the Union Bank of Australia for £119 12s. 9Í. Tho oOlcial assignee reported thit a mining ahajes., qt Oawarr il in which tho insolvent WBB interested ' " . had been sold, and realised £210, £95 of which' . lied been roceived to the credit of the estate. The debts proved amounted to £310 Ils. 6d. < ' Tho insolvent was a Groek, and had kopt bis books in his own language, and it was therefore . ? impossible to undontapd them. Certificate . , granted. . , .; » "

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SUPREME COVET, BRISBANE. Friday, March 15. IN BANCO.—BLLARY TERM. BEFORE their Honors Sir James Cockle, C.J., and Mr. Justice Lutwyche. ADMISSION OF ATTORNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

SUPREME COVET, BRISBANE. Friday, Starch 15. TH UANOI.-UttiEl TIEM. BEFORB tluair IToi.ora Sir Jame* Cockle, 0.J., nnd Ur. Justice Lutwyche. ADMISÍION OF ilTOBlTEVa. On lits application of Ur. GBimin, Ur. William Knox D'Arcy was admitted absolutely as an attorney, solicitor, and proctor of tba Court. i . .- ; oats r. a. B. DAVIS A tai w. TOWITLKV. On lbs application of Ur. ll BLT, instructed by Messrs. Macalister and Main, a tula susi «aa granted catling on Sydney Beavan Daria end William Townley, Police Magistrate of Rock- hampton, to show cause «by a prohibition should not issue restraining them from further ( proceedings against William Ogle. It appeared from the affidavit in support of the rule, that Davir, who wes agent for V. F. M'Donsltl, in whose employment Ogle was, laid two informa- tions against Ogle, under the 151h section of the Master and Servants'Act, one charging him with having, on the 8th January, .negligently lo-t a chestnut mere, buHoekbetli.lmdrope,the , property...

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NORTH ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

NORTH ROCKHAMPTON. AT ¡I m ce ting Ii cid yesterday o vc liing in Mr. Mol loy's Hotel, North Rock I in tu pto ii, Alderman Nobbs tn tho chair, tito following resolutions were passed : Mored by Afr. R. h. DIBDIN, seconded by Mr. KSIUKET, Tliut (hs hil) nilibili ts or XortU Ilockhainjiton, uudor btjuirtlns Ino i mmi cl i>ul authorities nf Holkham] »ton uro atiout Uil:iu(î stops to JIÎHCO a brid^u acrosa tlio Fitzroy, hereby impress their wLUingnosR to nsalst in currying ont so desirub'c au n joel; and in order to do KO, «unie to incorporate tbomscWci with tho above-named ronnlci lialily as u fourlli ward. Mored by Mr. W. II. BODISON, seconded by Mr. C. CONSIDINE, That In tlio event of North Eoclihsnnrton being incorporated with tlio MnmMnaUty of Koiikhamiito», as a fourth ward, it muât IJD oxprosaty understood that the caiumouago which luw hoon provisionally granted hy tho Government for tho uso of tho 1 nimbi itu its of 1 lie north fide, itiUfït be koi»t for their uso only, aud th...

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

MELBOURNE. Monday. Heid and Gardner's drapery establishment was burned to the ground yesterday. The pro- perty was partly insured.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

TO GROCERS.-SUPPLY of TIN FOIL PAPER, just received ut Bulletin Office. CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT OF 1868. PORT CURTIS DISTRICT IT in hereby notified for public i ii formation that the Commissioner of Crown Lands for the District of Port Curtis, nuder th« Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1868, will hold Sittings in pursuance of the fourth section of tbe ahova recited Act, at the under-mentioned offices, on tho following dates : AT RoCKn/AHrrot-On the 12th December, 1871, and thereafter on tbe Second Monday in each month. AT GLADSTONE-On tbe 21st day of Decem- ber, 1871, and thereafter on the Third Thursday in every alternate month. A. J. RICHARDSON, Acting-Land Commissioner. Land Office, Rockhampton, Nov. 22,1871. MORT & CO., CIRCULAR QUAY, STDNET, WOOL BROKERS, LIVE STOCK <f STATION AGENTS, SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMEN. LIBE KAL advances on Wool, Sheep- skins, Tallow, Hides, and any other Colonial Produce consigned to them for Sale in Sydney, or for Shipment to ...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. Gallo (Evening), February 21. ASSASSINATION of LORD MAYO. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

INDIA AND THE EAST. Gallo (Evening), February 21. ASSASSINATION Ot IOBD MAYO. Tlio Viceroy ol India, accompanied by Lady Mayo, the Marquis and Marchioness of Drogheda, Lord and Donoughmore, with other guests, and suite of thirty, loft Calcutta on a tour for Burmah, tho Andaman Islands, and Orisea, on (he 24th January, in H.M.S. Glas few, tho Admiral's flagship, and tho steamer taces. The party arrived at Rangoon on the 28th January, amid great rejoicings, being the first visit of a viceroy there and at Moulmein. Lord Mayo left on thc 6th February, nnd ar- rived at Andaman on the 8th. During the afternoon thc Viceroy inspected the convict settlement at Port Blair, returning at G o'clock, and then went on a visit to Hopetown, whoro lie was detained till 7 o'clock ; it was then dark. On embarking on board the steam lnuneh for tho Glasgow, an assassin broke through tho guard, and stabbed the Viceroy twice in thc back, through thc left lung and liver. Lord Mayo foll or jumped off tho pie...

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ADDITIONAL ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

ADDITIONAL ENGLISH NEWS. WE take tue following additional items of nows from tito telegrams via Suez, published in tbe S. .V. Herald :-. Tho Tichborne case was resumed on tho lilli ; the Attorney-General's speech so fur produced a profound impression. Without undertaking to provo that the claimant is Arthur Orton, the learned counsel said evidence would bo adduced clearly pointing that ho was so in theory. An immense array of correspondence and admitted facts would bo given to show that ho is not Roger Tichbourne. Entries in tho pocket book af names ct Wagga Wagga, with names of ships and all connected with tho Orton family, his visits to Wapping immediately on his arrival Sn Kngland, und recognition by friends of tho family as Orton ; the history of the Brighton card case, tho real relations of Sir Roger and Miss Doughty, tho disguised visit to Tichborno Park, thc moeting with his mother in Paris and with the relations of the claimant : that Hop- kins, Baigent, and Itonsa were conn...

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FURTHER THAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

FUETDKE THXOKDY. . J. I In addition to tho clothing found in a hpuso . I in Stran berry Hill, supposed to ba that of Bridger, late wardroom etetrard of the " Rosario,'' there waa found - a, considerable . quantity or clothing of an excajlaht quahty, ..' which hare apparently been worn by'a man of small make. AU the articles kear ieithtr the - name or the initials of the Wearar-W. P.'WT or W. P. Walker, sometimes with a Dross ut) diamond, and sometimes willi that emblem in. an ornamental scroll. In some instances where the marks (containing the Initials'! bite been cut .out of Ur. Walker's clothing, the excised pieces of cloth hare been found in a box, which there is every reason to believe belonged to the owner of tbe wearing apparel referred to. This box or trunk is a small black one. It is covered with a hide whioh retains the heir, «nd which is of black mingled with white. The watch referred to in a ptragraph ia yesterday's Herald bears an inscription which intimates that it hoi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

VIA. THE AUSTBALASIAN SjRKlV1 STEAM NAVIGATION jfflflflflgOOMPANTS STEAMSHIPS. * For SYDNEY DIBBOT.-" Bulclutba," on or »bout Wednesday nett. For SYDNEY et¿ MABYBOEODOH.- 1 " Jsmea Paterson," This Evening at 8 o'clock. For BRISBANE, vii GLADSTONE, and ' MABYBOROUGH.-» Indy Bowen," Thia Morwog at 8 o'oloot 'ÄooÄimpton, Marci. 26, 1872. ! "BIiiOKBIBD" & «LORD ASHLEY," i STEAMSHIPS. T?R<3M SYDNEY for J/K*, J? QUEENSLAND POBTS. «BBjftaTC^. -" Lord Ashley," on or about 4BMBÍB* Mareil 28. " Blackbird," ditto, April«. From BOORHAMPTON to MAOKAY md TOWSSYÍLLB.-" Lord Ashley," on or «bout April 6. From ROCKHAMPTON to MELBOUBNE, .ur GLADSTONE, BRISBANE, A STONEY. -" BUoibird," on or «bout April I£tb. At Greatly Seduced Taree and Jtreighlt. B. M. HÜNTEB & CO., Agent«. FOB CLEVELAND BAT, TOWNSVILLE. "Liv HE Clipper Ketch roBt^L " MAGGIE LOGAN."-For Ta^avSfc Passage or Freight apply on board. .jHHfit Baduoed Bates-Passage £Z, To sail on THURSDAY, March 88,1872. HARRIS'...

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