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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

MANIFESTS. IXtWAHDg. March 23.-Lady Bonren, e., from Brisbane : 1 case confectionery, 1 case lollies, 1 case bis- cuits, und sundries, Uoi-cns and Co. ; 1 truss paper, 1 bag pcnB, 1 caso sardines, 1 case oysters, 1 CDBO lollies, 1 caso sundries, 1 cite lobsters, 2 boxes clothes pegs, 3 cases oil, 2 - casos salmon, 1 case coufcelionoiy, 1 bdl. brooms, W. H. Wright; 16 mats IO bgs sugar, V plig bops, 1 truss drapory, Joseph Molloy ; 5 quarter-casks vinegar, 1 case bath bricks, 5 cases sarsaparilla, 2 cases coffee, 1 case sardines, 7 casas 2 bales drapery, 20 cases jams, Wing Wah and Co. ; 2 oases aalte, 1 package bops, 1 truss tarpaulins, 9 cases claret, 1 case drapery, 15 bundles wiro, 1 truss, Walter Heid and Co. ; 20 bundlos wire, "J^L Willimn., nf TsT-jfan. Reid J 1OSSS confectionery, 10 boxes raisins, 1 case 1 bale drapery, S quarter-casks rum, J. Hendrick and Co. j 25 cases geneva, 50 coses 5 quarter-casks brandy, 3 quBrter-oasks wine, Caporn and Beokerlcg; 1 case 1 bundle galva...

Publication Title: Rockhampton Bulletin
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. TUB following notifications appear in Satardiy % _ week's Gazette-. LBaiSLATiTE COPNCIL.-William Frederick: . Lambert, of LiBtowcll Downs, and of Rook I liapipton, has been summoned til toe legisla tire Council. ArroiNiiiRrrra.-John W. Bedford, AotlAg/' Locomotive Superintendent, S. and W. Rail- way, to be Superintendent of, Ibo deportment ; John B. Nutting, Police Magistrate at'Ounnt mullo, to bo Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, for tho district of-South-Warrego, »iee . Mr. Duane, remored to another district'; and j,. Senior-Constable David Walsh, to hold a similar ." oflice for the Cape River district, vioc Mr. Charters, transferred to the Broughton^River. . , Coitinsstotr OF lira PEACE.-Tho resignation ? ; .'. by James Woods of his appointment os a Magis- trate of the territory has been accepted, ? Tho following regulation bas been established,,., , under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1868 ¡ " -" Five years' leases of vacant Crown lands ¡ii ...

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GLADSTONE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

GLADSTONE. (FROM ova OWN conansrONDExr.) A OENEKÍL mooting of tho Municipal Oouncil iras held on tho Olli instant. Present-th« Major, nnd Aldermen Hawthorne, Fry, M'Lcver, and Ryals. The minutes of last meeting were read and .confirmed. A report from thc Improvement Committee on various improvements requirod in Toolood, Glenlyon, Goondoon, Bremstonr, and William Streets, was read and adopted. An uocbunt from'.JIr. 3. Druery, for printmgr" £3 10s., was ordered to be paid, According to notice, the following tendere wore opened : - H. lrry- Culrcrt and embankment i in Goondoon-street.£38 O O i I. Walters-ditto ditto. 25 10 0 0. Kolly-ditto ditto . 40 0 0 J. M'Cray-stone pitching in Goon doon-sticct-nt per yard euper. 0 5 0 C. Kolly-ditto, ut per yard, lineal 0 8 0 ! J. Walters-carting clay, at per yard, cube. OIS 0. Kelly-ditto ditto . 0 19 The Council resolved on accepting ? the fol- lowing : 3. Walters-culrcrt, &c.£25 10 0 C. Kelly-stone pitching. 0 8 0 0. Kelly-carting clay....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 26 March 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTH. Nott.- On the 18th March, at Gladstone. the wife of William Nott, Esq., of a son - prematurely. DEATH. NOTT. - On the 18th March, Charles William Carden, son of William Nott, Esq.

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

ROCKHAMPTON ASSIZES. THE March sittings of the Northern Circuit Court opened yesterday morning. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche took his seat on the bench at ten o'clock. The jurors' roll was called over, and John Armstrong not being present to answer to his name, was fined £3 by his Honor.   MURDER. Two Chinamen, named Jimmy Ah Ching and Ah Sam, were indicted for that on the 15th   December, 1871, at the Upper Cape, in the colony of Queensland, they feloniously, wil- fully, and of malice aforethought, did kill and murder one Hugh Knox. Mr. Pring, Q.C., instructed by Mr. Milford, appeared for the prisoners. The following jurymen were empanelled to try the case :-Michael Wickham Murphy, Alexander Anderson, William Bartley, George Bletcher, John O'Rourke, James Kearney, John M'Lean, Alexander Meikle, William Purcell, Robert Duncan, James Chapple, and Emanuel Palfrey. The indictment having been read - The Attorney-General opened the case for ...

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MANIFEST. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

IfcUriFMTS. - . amtss». Maros ¡BV-QivvuaWL, ." from Brwbarj : I .no, A. S.M*/>c*i«¿d,c»irc Barker; 1 trora, T, frloVtOMlhliiitttá 10 ban ..jû&^Îm'&WlÊiÊU. «wdfies, 1 lAtfttloaen W>t-, &to*bú7W* I £ oaan 'Jaiut, F. L. wtorker; 1 kef, 1 », H. Birt, care Hatter ; 1 bundi* iron _ " . 1 wooden taaaA, I botadle ataree, H»r boor Matter, Brairfiottod; 1 oem azo*, 1 cuk, í "t h If I», S bale«, 8 lidia tube, 6 ca***, 1 tait ' matebe*, SI bagi aalt, to calka bottled ale, Í0 ea*«« «tout, 4 >qu«W«r riki tinifar, 1 CT« Líbioory, tia big« 40 trat« lugar, SB ban 3 .bundles iron, 6 euluma*. «V burt iron, Fotenwn ?od Mllkw, care Fox «ad Adair, Broadsound; 4 caa» (atraniud iron, 5 q«*-ter-o«aki vbwgar, 1 tntra eanrai, X cam «prom «titi, 1 package bloo,8 toni po ta tor«, Vi. Heid «od Co.; 1 cate, I «.Bleicher; 1 cw« tofcaoco, K. L. Martin., I . 1 crab winch, Brierly i 1 coil rope, M'Grade, Í. Ul. lawrence i 8 trutsss, 1 bundle «pad««, 9 cai, 1 Petersen and UObtr, ca» Ba...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

SHIPPING INTMLLrOMNCie. .sarnia. Maat* 91^-4)ii«eniuu>a. .., «M loo», ÇtPUln Bmlti. -ssa- U>-TOIOBH Bar. totea, Mayer, stater, J Buatabanr, en UM »th Iwtant. r-mn Taro, r^rav-îeiooo nwt plM.ltoo ats .ur», Btrkelaun and

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

THE BOOKHAMPTON BUL- LETIN Published on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, md SATURDAY MORNINGS, ii the oldeit end mort widely circulated Newspaper io Central and Northern <Jnein»> land. TtBVg OF StJBBCBtrnoK. Fer Annum, tn advance ... ... Cl lo *Q Fer Quarter " . t 0 Fer Mouth, booked . 4 0 Single Coptes, each . OS Two lines, or twelve words ... ... 1 0 Four floes. ZO Six Hoes. s 0 Eight Unes, or es« inch . « O For every additional Inch . If CASH ADTIETISIMrarS. (Situation! Wanted or PaMnt, Apartment! te IrXef or' Wanted, or iliiocllaucom WarUtJ ' tics oannoi Three unes, or eighteen words ... IO. Six tines, or thlrtr-stx words.,. ... 1 o Eight nasa, or one lach . ts (tn all cases to be prepaid ; ir booked tbs usual actis ls charged.) ; Thc following olsconuts are allowed on adveruserasnts ordered for a number ot couteeutive iaserUoaM-Slx Insertions, io iwrceut,- 13 insertions,25 j>ercent,,- rs insertion*, 60 jier cent. Traae BdYcniscuvrjusiOTdored for Uires or six months certain, ...

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1872. POST OFFICE, ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

1872. i POST OFFICE, EOCKHAMPIOIT. AMENDED TIME TABLE of Arriwl «nd DUpatcb of Country Mailt : Pow Tow«. Bulto» . BtokftU. Clarmont. Copperfield ... Crocodil*. BmuParktiin Cawarr'l Gladstone-overland Guilford ... ... Lillyvale. Marlborough. Uoriniab. Nebo » . Bidgalanda . Springsure . St. Lawrence. Tambo . Taroom . Waatwood . Yaamba. MAIL» Cum is Bocxxucrrojr. Thursday, at 10 a-m. . Saturday, at 10 ajn. Monday, at IO ajm. Monday, at 10 a-m.. Monday, at9*.m. Saturday, at U SO a-m. . Wednesday!, at 8 a.m. . Monday and Saturday, at 10 «.m. Monday, at 10 sum.. Monday, at 1*30 p.m. Thursday, at 9 sun.. Monday, at 1*30 p.m. . Thursday, st 9 «.m.. Saturday, atlOa.m. Monday, at 1*30 p.m. . Saturday, at 10 a.m.. ... Tbursday, at 10 a.». Daily, Sun. exceptad, at 10 un, Monday, at I SO p.m. ¿uni AT Pow Tow». Laira POST Towy. Friday, at 3 p.tu, . ... Saturday, st 6 p.m. '.. Friday, at 1 p.m. ... Friday, at 8 pan. . ... Monday, at soon . Saturday, at 3 p.m.. Thursday, at 6 p.m.. Monday and Satur...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAI*. junen M.-JArralo, urigantino, 20] tous register. Captain Mn, from Uobatton oil tue ISlü iiwUut. Ko pas- sengers. ^_

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

A PLEABAHT EVENT.-The following peculiar announcement of a birth appears in Friday's nuninyong Telegraph:-"On the 7th instant, Mrs. William Waters, of a son. Mother doing well i father happy. Child's weight 16 ib. 2 az. SUGGESTIVE.-The Paris Figaro adda to thc sews that a dishouonrablo baut cashier hes mn away from Milan and Sed to the United States, " Be will there undoubtedly be elected mayor of New York." AMES.-A minister made an interminable call upon a lady of his acquaintance. Her little daughter who was present, grew very weary of his conversation, and at last whispered, in an audible key, " Didn't he bring his amen with him, mamma ?" FATAÏ. AFFBAT OTTB A JoMrrea CASS.-The Blayney correspondent of the Wes! tr n Ezaminer reporta that on Saturday, 9th instant, a fatal quarrel occurred at the new diggings, about 4 miles from Blayney, by which a man named Timothy Hennessy has lost his life. The circumstances which led to the above quarrel appear to be these:-The man Hennessy bad ...

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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

JAPAN. From Japan tho mott serious news is to hand, delating to tho persecution, torture, and murder of Christians. At Nagasaki it is «aid that two thousand native ChriitianB are doomed os martyrs, that one batch of aixty-BOven has boen already Wiled off, and that Eira tu ra (the official at the head of tho Western Embassy) is one of i tho greatest supporters of this enormity. Side by side, material progress is making rapid strides j the railway is nearly completed, the ' telegraph cable is now in working order, tho Government has officially notified that rice may j bo sold for exportation on certain conditions, I and permission bas been given for native women going abroad. The Yokohama semi-official nativo newspaper states that permission was granted by the Government fur the following young Japanese girls to leave Japan for the purpose of being educated in America. They lett by the last i American mail. Bia, 16 years old, a daughter of Yoshimosu Yoehiwo (Tokoifu Ranzaku). Shige, l...

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MANIFESTS. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

MANIFESTS. INWARDS. Mardi 23.-Annie, from Uobarton : CO cases jams, SO eases tinned fruits, 160 canes apples, 27,000 feet palinga, 50 tons potatoes, IO tons onions, 20 tons bay, ISO bags oats, 125 bags bran, 20 cases pears and plums, R. M. Hunter and Co. ODTWAEDS, Mareil 2G.-Balclutha, e.s., for Sydnny: 20 tierces tallow, öS hides, I balo skins, William Pattison ; 25 bides, 1 hale e. skins, 1 hogshead 2 quarter-casks tallow, 1 empty coop, case, S. Port; 14 hogsheads 6 quarter-casks tallon-, 4 bundle skins, 1 bag hair, 6 bans 2 bales wodi, 71 hides, Martin Brothers; 17 balos wool, J. Hendrick and Co. ; 6 g.i. bucket", Roll and Gardner ; 78 boles wool, Travers and Gibson ; 21 bales wool, Milson, do 8otgc, and Co. ; ll bales won), Bank Now Routh Wales ; 45 tierces tallow, 13 bales woo!, Bcrkolman aud Co, ; and transhipments ex Tinonee. Th» schooner William, laden with linar, from Adelaide, was at Central Inland when tho Annie ramo up the River, but was too late to arrive at the wharf b...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

COMMERCIAL. -From our files of the Sydney Morning Herald, which come down to the 20th irjBtaDt, we extract the following : The nev« fay tho mail ha* strengthened tho impart mariele ; and holders, advised by tele- gram of a farther rise in English merchandise, aro indisposed to do business until they receive private advices per Nubia (e.), which may be expected here on Sunday. The following tele- gram was received by ono of our principal warehousemen :-" London, 14tb February. Woollens and flannels advanced this week another ten per rent. Silk, wool, cotton, and linen goods again advanced." There is also news of a rise in rum, wbioh led to considerable inquiry to-day, and eales of Lowndes' »ll hogs- heads at Ss. 6d. to 3s. fd. ; some holders ue.k 3s. 9d. to 9s. lOd. for hogsheads and quarter.'. A line of UarteU'e dark brandy was taken nt 6s. Od. ; geneva, labelled and capsuled (23 u.p.) at 10s. for 3 gallons ; and Colman's starch at £42 10s. Brosdstufls ere very firm ; email sales of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

LODOIKO-HOTJSE BEEAD.-Ti» but a Httlo faded flour ! A XOOSE-PAFEB.-A marriage certificate. Judy. WOBTH THINKING Op.-Though soldiers profess to lore the vires they leave behind them, they, somehow, generally go away in transports. Jody. OCT OP DANOEE.-The man who was blown to atoms by a nitro-glycerine explosion has boen pronounced by bis physician " out of dangor." . THE TJINKS.-A disciple of Darwin bee informed us that, after years of study, he has discovered the connecting links between dogs and sausages. "PATEKT SAFBTT!"-Portly Female: "Bo oarcful, cabman ; I'm so afraid of his tumbling down. It's very slippery on that asphalte." Cabby : " All right, mum 1 You ' set ' well back, mum, and I'm biassed if he could go down if lie tried !"-Punch. BYEON, ms Farrans AKD SEEVAKTS.-At a timo when Coleridge was ia great embarrasment, Bodgers when calling on Byron, obunoed to mention it. He immediately went ta his writing desk, and brought back o cbeauo for a hundred pounds, and insisted on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. MOTICE.-Tho undersigned has this d»y disposed of and transferred the COPYRIGHT and SUBSCRIBERS' LISP of the GLADSTONE OBSERVER to ME. C. H. BüíicoTT, of the ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN. (Signed) JOHN URUERY. Gladstone, March 1,1872. REFERRING to tho above, tho undersigned bogs to announce that tho Gladstone Observer is now inenrporatod with Hie Rockhampton Bulletin ; and that arrange- ments have boon inndo for the publication in this journal of ell intelligence of local interest to the residents of the Gladstone and Calliopo district. C. H. BUZACOTT. Rockhampton, March 1, 1872. GLADSTONE AGENCY. MR. \V. HIGGINS, Town Clerk, Gladstone, is duly appointed AGENT for the DitlMin in that district, and authorised tn receive subscribers' names, advertisements, and moneys on account of thc proprietor. C. H. BUZACOTT. Bulletin OOico, March 12,1872.

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

INDIA. Tun AssASSiKiíros OF LOED ii tro.-The Times of India of the 13th instant tbui notices the lamentable event which created a feeling of consternation over the wide empire which Lord Moyo ruled os Viceroy, and which is the ooca eion of deepest grief now that consternation and horror have been modified :-" Long before these lines reach our readers, the astounding and distressing tidings, which it is now our lot to record, will bave penotratod whcrorer our broadsheet is read. The ghastly story is soon told-the genia), warm-hearted chief ruler, fresh from his pleasant trip to Burmah, where high political duty bad called bim, visits the most miserable corner of this empire, anxious to ameliorate the deplorable condition of its donizens, who of late have seemed to find 'beneath the lowest depth a lower deep' of wickedness and wretchedness-when one of them steps forward, and with swift stroke from murderous knifo strikes down the representativo of her Majesty, who dies shortly afterwa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

TOE SALE, rpHE MAIN BANGE HOTEL, A. situiiiooí on »lie Barcoo Road, doing a (J0...1 rca'.side bueinee«; can clear £200 per in nura. For full particular» apply to W. F. WALTON, or to _ B. HEATH, OD the Premiiei. 170E SALE.-SOO HEAD QUIET JL MIXICD CATTLE of good age«. Caire» under ail mmthB niven in. 160 Quiet well« grown STEERS, from 1 to S yean old { equal numbera of each age. JOHN MACFARLANE, Denham-stnwt. March 28,1872.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

E. It. DÍBDIN, STOCK ft STATION AGENT, AUCTIONEER, AND COMMISSION AGENT, Established 1864. DENHAM CHAMBEES,

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VICTOR HUGO ON THE CONDITION OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

VICTOR HUOO ON THE CONDITION OF FRANCE. SBW TOBE, February 4- A Baris oorrespou: dent pf the World say's that he had an inter- view with Victor Hugo. In answer to a question j regarding to the Commune, Sago said : " In the hst revolution tbs principles on which it was nade by its members I despise. Members of tte Commune compromised by their follies and Climes one of the grandest popular move ^xnsntsthe world has ever witnessed. Only think ,{the army had not been urged on by 1 biers to " stifle the young Republic and to murder her children, bow easily the vagaries of the Com- mune would have been arrested by the co- operation of other great town» and centres of civilisation. How thoroughly we should be I laying by Ibis time thc foundation of social elevation. I hsve no hesitancy in telling you that I consider Thiers a meaner spirit than Louis Napoleon. Those who call him a great states- man know as little of man as they do of French history. He is a little man, and bis little mind i...

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