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

Tenders Wanted, FOR the erection of THREE COT 1 AGES, Brick or Wood flan» to be seen at ELUS S KClrTEBrOBDS, Pionear Chiinist. £3 REWARD. ÍO'sT, from lt<)ckhampton, about a -i fortnight 6ince 1 Chestnut horse with white far-e. stamlb 17 hand» bran led J \ con joined ou both shoulders, hobbies anal bell on 1 Small bay mare, branded AO off neck fe in circle near should r a little white on hiu 1 feet in hobbies, with a ha} Veailmj foal, unbrauded The property of Mr. CLARENDON SI LABI 1 he above reward will »je paid to anv one dcliieiinjthebc horses to Mr ALIIILEUIÏ ihLZ hujijia»e<l to h iie gouc down the Tort Curtis Boa I £2 REWARD LOST OR STRvVED, 1 B\V stable fed CAHUiAGfc, HOChE, black points, strong curl} inane and tail, and different blotched blands on the near »houldcr 1 CÜESiíUT C0L1, branded LH on near «boulder, white stritte on face Ihe above renard wiU be paid on deb very of the said hors«* to MB ALBBECH1 FEEZ Teams Wanted. HIGHEST RATES given for CAUBIA...

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

The Clarence l«ft Brisbane on '1 uesday at 10 am ; Mirjl«>rougli,Thursdij .it Ham, tila Ii4«ne, Friday at noon : anchored in Kepitc-1 Itay on Friday evening, and armed at I oi k h .eui j tun early this morning. - Mroiig norih< rly mud» from Moreton Bay to Maty boruugb, and from tbeiK e »Hong from SR Pivuid the tbr«e-tua<t«-d ^choouer Pajcemn.il. calling at Moreton Its}', and iwuud for lima I Nniiid and lort Denison. The Woolloomooloo «.ia to sail tor England on Weduct>d.i} IAKI

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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The Rockhampton Bulletin AND CENTRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

£jje Bothljamptci gullcfhi OCNrRAL QUEENSLAND ADVERTISER SATtfltDAY. FEBKUAET 1, 1802. THE only advantage accruing from the appointment, of Mr. R. ST. GFOSWJE GORE to the office of Minibter for Lands and WoiKs, will be that reaped by the new minister himself. No possible bene- fit va» remit to the country, seeing that Mi. (JOSE ia totally devoid, not only of administrative talent, bat of the ability necessary to entitle bim to rank as even a third-class man. lu this instance, as in uuuileile<8 utters, the Government bave bcsto.ve-iT their patronage by favour; < merit l«iug left altogether out of con- sideration. That Mr. GonE had c-laiuis of a certain Lind upon the Government, we will not attempt ti, deny. No valet .ever deserved -belter treatment at the hands of his master, than does the sub- servient whippci-iu at the hands of the Government. No tuan entered the Legis- lative Assembly after "the fust elections of tv beni more hopeful ideas were enter- tained ...

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

MAUÏBOROUGn. [rao» ora owa co&aCbPosDCsrr. '' TUE bow that's never unstiung will break," is an old uaying. With this im- pressed strongly ou my mind, I deter ii-.iii-d on getting a day's relaxation at ! Christinas time, and get it I did, though , my holiday thiew woik so far in arrears , as to provest my communicating with your readers. This I tiust yon will ac cci.t both as my explanation and [ apology. i Another great lícnch conflict has just ! taken place here, which has been daily I expected by most people for some time ! past. The row arose about our school- master, Sir. Kelley, being prosecuted for i vi nelly punishing a b.jy in his school 1 seven years of age, the b-m of Mr. George I IlowaiJ, bite of the Maryborough Inn. The complainant selected two boys who ! were pres-nf at the " whipping," one of j whom haptene! to be the ison of our 1 Water Police Magistrate, Mr. Sheridan, « la.l of ten years of agc. Subj-oiuas 1 weio issiK-.l to the witnessci by the Police Magist...

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

THE Leichhardt and Port Curtí« Districts Hospital appears to be on ? ->f those favoured . institut! ¡n* win li, from thor e**Uirnt mi ii»», j nient ni tin irapreraldi nail-»?-iii-, btv« un un «jUaliC.d ibnn on til, jmb'ie The rejio-t for] j the year IttRl, appuirk-d h lo« 1- bruf, cut j truthful and highly «atL-faclory j It «hould be bonn in minti t! a' th presert ' building is far too »mall, : ml increa-ed joeoiu j moddtion inu<t IH jiroim d liumeriinUly To i do tin«, mcrea.-eJ pecunia y -.uppö-t will be j required, snd m ore fidiy &--uied that no c inimetidati m is needed, further than ir- af- | finli-d by tlu- report, to mule the town-folk and f^iiUtera of elie Lnhhardt ant Port , Cu-ti- l)i-|-i>tx, to place 'lu- ho«i»ljl in the jHi«iti>n »Illili in a> -orded to -imilii m-l'tu j ti »UP m »very Buttah cuni nuuilv I

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY's steamer "CLARENCE" Will leave Rockhampton for Gladstone, Maryborough, and Brisbane, on MONDAY February 10, and Monday, February 28. A.S.N.Co.' Steamers.       NOTICE—All cargo landed from the Australasian Steam Navigation Com-     pany's steamers, must be taken charge of by the consignees immediately on being landed, otherwise it will be carted off and stored at their risk and expense. Queensland Steam Navigation Company. In pursuance of a resolution passed at a meeting of shareholders in the above company, applications will be received for the additional shares to be allotted by Messrs. SHAW, CAPPER, & CO., Rock- hampton. JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. Refering to the above advertise- ment, the public is informed that copies of the original prospectus and forms of application for shares can be had at our office. SHAW. CAPPER, & CO. The UNDERSIGNED will execute ind...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin And Central Queensland Advertiser
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

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To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

To <h< Edil-jr of ti,.' Bulletin. SIR.-You have lieen misinformed rc-pec-tiiig the man " George Goodwin " ; rushing out of *. Wakefiehrs "' on Mon- day last (20th instant) The man has ( not been in my house «nee the Will September, when he left, owing me , £l'l Os. Gd , for hoard and lodginyr. etc. I ucver saw him drunk, although I have known bim at lea>t two years. Ile hole a g-i«»d eha.aeter fro;i! hi- late employers. I do not mean Mr llobottom, as I ua- noi awaie he' had hec-ii with him. Mr. McEwen told me he i ad baied George Goodiviii from drowning himself; but , the tuan had not Leen in my house ou the day you stale. In j UM ice to me, I ( i trust you will pi mt this, I Yours icbpei-tfully. cUA->. UAht.FIELD.

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Correspondence. [The Editor will not respensible for sentiments of Correspondents.] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

»CflrifsiîOttknfc. ' Tíi* K.4ÍU-T will nut IM* re-p *ni-ibh» lor tf>« «ebtimeute ( of Cormpttái lent».j I To the Editor of (lit BulMin. Sru,-The rights and pi-iv ¡leges of Englishmen aie, and have been, the j passwo-d «if frochtut for oeirtuiies. j Trial by jury, the boa«t of the Eng- j lish Constitution {and the envy of na- . tioiis) is one of the greatest boons | enjoyed, and of wli-c-h we «ii ought to he. and I trust are, p-viad of. in longland the Crown. Am»" Pri'is, and I 1* ¡eve Co.niier's C"!iils, aie al.va\s open to th« pnhli'.-, mid in New South Wales also. Wou'd vnn let mo know hv what Co lonial Statute the right of being piCb«',.t at the ¡utjiiest held last Thursday even j ing at the Clarence and liagle Hotel was j I alenie 1 to nivseli anti many others , I should not, Sir, have tiouliled you | with these reniai ks, hut, knowing the ' I unfortunate suiei le for *=onie twenty I mouths past, I felt ait iuterest as regards ' ¡ the is»ue of tin- venllct. i ¡ Should yo'iilc...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

BOCK.IIA.MPTOK POLICE COüBT. January 27. before John Jard.ce, EM] ,P.M. ! Henry Arthur Jenkins charged Ellen 1 ' Colena i with stealing 120«. Defendant *>>us ! ordered to pay 20«., or to default U. be I j kicked up for twenty-four hour« I > Thomas Hnk. r r. John W«nt. SVn-pay metit of wag«*. Mr. BelUu. appeared for plaintiff. II. fendant ordered to pay £23 19.. 2d., with costs of Court, £1 6s. «d. J. r u.iili t'cJBii e. E- M Hintr En ¡ <roa. Uni-ut on carnage it»**!. Mr. Bellas , appeared for tLe -1. ii nee. The l'ouee Ma S' gtstra'.e order«-! the dipuaiUulib to be tur wan-.il to Prtshane James Kelly, tor Drii3k*en.esi, wa« fined 4«M, or lu default,}., |w imptiauned l.nty eight bou I s j Ellen luleiie 4: John Al. samlet Watt, i For non-pay until -.! w i¡tes'. Mt. It'll w loi j defc-udalit. The . i»< »a- dhttnt-wed I Daiii.i <>ayn<-J <' «VilJium J mu-*. Forib ileiltiou of piopeltr I». 1. nlui.t to pny '¿*. C1., with 4...

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TO THE COMMITIEE OF THE HOSPITAL. Rockhampton, 21st Dec, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

To nu Co*um*t: nr rut ll«i«rir*i.. Ho.1 haiuptuii. 2Ut Dei . I hi.I I \\i .the uttd< r*ii,ii.sl patientM of the Both ' I hampton ll.i-i-.it-.ii, «mil tocongiatulalc-your 01111111111«', -.ittniir this nft. i noon, on your ' selection ol MI . Acrlh ut n uaidsuiiin i« lou : ¡ h «vc in tile jKi^on ol William Holland. I nil one kui.litei»» and attention, murnini», | j uoon, and tiieht toidi of un have l>ecii the tul jo tot oui warmest admiiatiou I And n< eaunot lay Ibu, textmiouial in his I favour INIHIC- lour committee without in I tludtng the Matiini. ot whom »e cannot s|Hnk in teinii, too higbh, and «t-pt-t tally «ve i-oinuieii'l tin ni loth for the gre-at eleanli iietj- in which the Hespital is kept. .1 L rINML, J HIV COSILLIJO Kit li Uti) LAVhilh. JOHN HLhM.i, B JONES. JOHN C LINCOLN, W ED WA HO-,

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

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL ROCKHAMPTON. Meeting, Wednesday, January 29. PRESENT — Aldermen Grant, Mansfield M'Kelligett and Stevens. Alderman Mans-   field in the chair. The minutes of the past meeting having been read and confirmed, a letter was read from the Mayor, stating that from private business he was compelled to go to Sydney, which would cause his absence during the elections, and thanking the Council for their unvarying kindess to him during his tenure     of office. Alderman M'Kelligett moved, and Alder-   man Stevens seconded. "That Alderman     Mansfield act as Mayor until the termination of the current year."   In pursuance of notice, Alderman Mans- field moved, and Alderman Stevens seconded,   "That the Government be applied to for a     grant of the whole of the available frontage     to the river within the boundaries of ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONTANT.] TUESDAY, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 1 February 1862

BRISBANE. [Form our own correspondent.] Tuesday, January 24. THE Hon. R. G. W. Herbert will not visit you this steamer. For a long time past he seems to have been spoken of up your way just like a case of goods, " to arrive per next steamer ;" but you will   have to wait a bit, and his numerously-     populated (!) constituency will have to   content themselves for the present with   the anticipation of hearing him reel off   his plausible yarns. The fact of it is,   the hon. gentleman has just taken his   departure for Warwick, in order to do a   bit of championship for St. George — the Saint of that ilk used to be the cham-   pion of other people, but his degenerated   namesake can't fight his own battles ; in   other words, Mr. St. George Gore has   reaped the reward of his flunkeyism by   being made ...

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MELBOURNE. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

MELBOURNE. January 25. Tba Black Siran brings news of the wrack of the George Marshall, from London, oa fundera Island. She «rent OB A sw in thick weather. AU hands are aa ved, and a part of the cargo will be saved. January 27. A fuller report has been received re , fyetfrag the wreck of the George Mar- shall. On the 14th instant the ship atraok OB a rock near Renes' Group. Tho wotthet was exceedingly haay. Shs got off, bat Captain Davison finding the water gaining ran her ashore at Boon tba seat day. The passengers wow safely landed, sad tents erected. Oaptsia Davison pat off fur Launceston in a boat on the 16th, and made the Tamer in fear days. The Alma, Go aw/nor Wynyard, and Ira were sent off to eave the cargo ; other vessels were to fellow. The weather yesterday and this morn- ing waa fearfully bot. The wind has sow ohanged to sooth. Th» maa a. a. Northam lailed at 2 aja. yesterday.

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INTER-COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE. January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE. January 24. Tac mail doses for England to-morrow, at Sp JO. Finar, the heat brands, ¿'12 per ton. Wheat is 4s. 8d. per bushel, with every prospect of a further decline. Bran is in good demand, at 13d. per bushel, at tho Port of Adelaide. There waa a du mess at the wool sales. Sellers were unwilling to submit to any rédaction in prices. Copper remains at £96 I Os. at the port. The weather is again warm. January 27. The price of wheat is 4 s. 9J. to 4s. lOd. Flour, £11 5s. to £12. Arrived.-Tbc Cordelia, from Mauri- tius.

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REVENUE COLLECTED BY CUSTOMS IN THE COLONT OF QUEENSLAND. FOR THE YEAR ENDING 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

? Kraam» COLLECTED er CUSTOMS Tilt TBS OOLONT OF QCEEK6LAND. Foti ns TBA« «roiso ISSI. PMtOartb > Part Datiboa ". .. Totel for 1861... .. ToUl for I960... .. ... £45.642 12 9 ". 12,244 ll 6 ". 7277 14 S ... «048 6 21 ". 1191 7 4 i «21 15 2 j ... 74.W 6 Sj ... 68,«*! 0 7 IncTMle for year.£16,614 5 7

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COPY or LETTER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 24th June, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

Corr or Lenas. Colonial Secretary's Oüoe, Brisbane, 24th Jaae, 1861. Sir,--Iiis KxoeUeaey tb* «Jorernor having bud before tho Kxectttire Coaii eil your petition seeking to t« altofrad to prrcfcase, under tho f-:iittai of the 1,'kh section of the A nanatina of Crow* Lands Act of 1*^ sttotasanta 9 and 10 of section 46 in the toara of Rockhaatit ton. upon which yon had erected rahaable imptovaraeata, I «at ojMetad to iafbru you that it bas baan decided to adsait your claim as originally asada - te the Government of New Sooth Waka. To pkjpe yon in tba position yoa ori giually bald, it will ba u wot awry to laasrt (o UM first measurement of the aaotioa in question. Thia tb« Goaarwnaat om prepared to adopt, as et «toas «ot appear to them that it* Waaia ra for tba rarray and soldi iaàa af «ha land wawiaaft. ciectb/ »»int to att aaUe tho awrtaar inteotian af th» âoweasaat at Kew Sooth Waka toaecada to Taar apphoe «ion. Tba Scureyor-Qaaersl witt ba ts^tsthaVda saairat*ad^ta. »ha «alita*, «ad...

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MANIFEST OF THE JENNY LIND. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

MANIFEST OF THE JENNT LIND. For Sydney : S3 bales wool, 1 bale sheep- skins, 1 i-ck limejuice, Palmer; 64 bales wool, 19 bags copper ore. Hutchinson, Hun- ter, and Co. ; £ i*lcs wool, Grant ; 3 cks talU/w. 36 hides, Archer and Co.; I wagon .ad harare, Fe«; 1 cs cigars. Mansfield ; . bajea wool, Shaw, Capper, and I'o.

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Correspondence. [The Editor Will not be responcible for the semtiments of Correspontents] To the Editor of the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

Corrtsponbfiicf. TIM K4ttw «m not ht fopmuftte ftirtkt Tl tk* FAtioref&t BnlUU*. í s cowKqaencc of the recent proceeding* in the police court relative to the fmn*mg of certain aUotmenU in UM tewMbtp belonging to me, an erroneooa impassion appear« to have gone »broad that that Government had acted anfáírty. I beg to liand you a copy of a letter from th* Government, which will cOHTroee thoa« friends who have taken an interest ia thc subject, that this is not the case, the officials in the district. For thc inionnatioD of ÜKW» «rho wen nut residents at the find aettli II ant, pf the town, I will briefly state ''ÚMmk*' cumstanccs, to enable tLcm to ondenUrid the letter. At the first land ute which tor-k place ir. Rockhampton, in November, J Sâfi, F was d«-sîrooa of pnrchaaicg two lots, cn which I had erected a store and other improvements before the land «ras .Ä much value ; I found, however, that these lo» were withdrawn from sala, tba Government of New South Wales bating deter...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser — 8 February 1862

Tb* Jenny Lind left Sydney on Fri dey, ifti 4th ult. arrived at Gladstone OE TA« 30th and Bockhampton at noon, ou tin fbà hut. Pue has experienced fine wcathci throbrhout the passage. Signalized the Boomerang -W» Vhuisday, the 80th ult., on Breaksea >*P¡t. The Bm BoHjfidi Broadsound on Thurs- day the 80th uit- Í3De experienced strong easterly winds with n^'T "e»Açr through- out the passage. Capt-tu M i wen states that whoa he was going into Bro,..l*>tird »e eocounbved one of the he»vi«st eas£Cr'>' gales that he has ever experienced along the coast. He reports having gone to the aaristauce of the Coquette in Broadsound, where abe lay HI a very exposed position, with a signal of distress dying. Owing to »he assistance rendered by the Ben Bolt in leading the passengers,'the Coquette ase enabled to cx-t to sis, and proceed on brr voyage to Tort Denison. Nothing was seeu of the Comet, which left Sydney on theültb December for Pott Denison, to call at Broad- sound on her war back...

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