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HORRIBLE DEATH AT A MENAGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

HORRIBLE DEATH AT A MENAGERIE. A correspondent of tho Sfoffield Independent gires tbs following harrowing details of the shooting death of Massarti, tho lion tamer, at standers' Circus, in that town :-" A terrible teens occurred in of anders' Menagerie, nt Bolton, about half-past IO o'clook on Wednesday night, January 8, Massarti, thc lion tamer, boing attacked by the lions, as he was siring the last performance in their den, and so frightfully torn and lacerated that his death resulted a few minutes after he was extricated. The menagerie bad been in the town since the previous Friday, and the daring fasts of Massarti, thc lion tamer, caused no liltlo sensation amongst those who flocked to witness the collection. This was : doubtless attributable to some extent lo the fact that Massarti had only one arm, his left arm having been torn off by a lion at tho circus of Messrs. Bell and Myers, in Liverpool, nine or ten years ago. On the death of Moccomo, tho African lion tamer, in January...

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WAYFARING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

WAYFARING NOTES. UKDBB the above bead the S. X. Herald publishes the following, written by a resident of New South Wales now in London :- > A great demand has lately «risen in this country for Australian meat, and the retail price has got « up to 7d. and 8d. a pound. I frequently bear it ^ eulogised os excellent food, in spito of the over- cooking, which many complain of, and pro- nounced a boon to this country, where fresh butchers' meat has reached such a price that people of small means have to bo very sparing in its use. Tenponce to a shilling a pound is the common price for beef-rising as high as lid. for steaks. There being no bona in the Australian tinned meat, its advantage in point of price is very great. Dining at n table d'hote one day, I heard one gentleman ask another if ; he had tasted the Australian mutton. Tho reply . being in the negative, the first added, " Well, you ought to try it for it is delicious." I was told of an old gentle- man here who finds the Austra...

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THE TICHBORNE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

THE TICHBORNE CASE. PcscrcAiLT this case recommenced on the 15th January, and after two or three hours had been lost over some additional evidence for the claimant, of no value, Sir John Coleridge addressed himself to his reply. Be is still reply- ing while we write. We need cay little more than that after a very few sentences, he spoke ont in the very plainest mannor, and described the claimant as *>sn audacious conspirator, a forger, a perjurer, and a villain." His efforts hare since been directed to show the justice of these epithets, and of some others of the same kind. He has been exposing the character of the principal promoters of the suit, and demolishing the evidence of identity. He has contended that tho claimant was care- fully crammed with such knowledge as might help him when making certain visits, and that his blunders as well as his successes show how bis information had been bottled up for bim. Wc are promised witnesses who are utterly to annihilate lin claim, and...

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HOME EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

HOME EXTBA-CT8. ON and after tbe 5th February, the Post office is to issue for public use postal telegraph cards bearing a shilling stamp, for the accom- modation of those for whom it will be more convenient to deposit the card in the nearest pillur, lotter, or other post-office ietter-boz, than to send a message to the nearest telegraph station. The telegraph cards will be taken from the boxes along with the other contents at the regular collecting periods, which «re always specified on the table on or over the box ¡ and on the arriral of a collection at tho proper office, the telegraph cards will be at once picked out and handed over to tho telegraph counter clerk who will.deal with them in the ordinary course, obliterating the stamp. No portage is charged, the shilling stamp cover- ing that, and also franking the message on the car i lo thc samo privileges as ore granted to the messages handed into offices in tho ordinary way. These cards will obviously be a great con- venience i...

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

* Thc rise of lido in Keppel Bav varies from 911. to lift., and nt Ibo Vpper Flats from Sit. to loft. Depth of water al tho Upper Flat-In the old or natural channel, »t low watorsprings, la.(lin; hlßliüet springs.lift. flin. New culling nt low water springs, Eft. ; in lil Bliest .pringa, 15ft.-Tho Hmo of high water ia slightly in- fluenced by freshets find Utah winds. t The tidc-TCao!) their full nt the Pilot Station, Keppel rtrtr, 2h,40m. oarlljr, and at Rockhampton 30m, later linn tiio hours named in thc above tablo.

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CALENDAR. MARCH—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

CALENDAR. MAMU-APRIL.

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CALENDER. MARCH—APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

OAXiBlf DAR. JURCH-APIUL. 3K: te: «fis ff« 1-90 1<M «rit "»«?.*. MO 5-M 4-1* Ott ,'M0

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

WE bare been requested to call attention to the eale of produce (per " Annie"), to take place on tho wharf at twelve o'clock this morning. Thc cargo ie the first far the year, and is extremely well assorted. AU the potatoes, ire are informed, f were shipped from cae form, and are in good order. Tho drought in Tasmania and the failure of the potatoe crop in New Zealand are likely seriously to affect the priée of potatoes during the season. lit the Police Court, on Tuesday, Charles Boyer was brought up on tho remanded charge of larceny, aud further remanded for eight days. On Thursday, John Watson was brought before tho Court for discharging firearms in a public pince, (on the north side of Uio rivi-r,) and the offence being prof od, ho was lined one shilling, with costs of court 3s. Gd., nnd professionnl coBts 103. 6d. William Iappin appcareJ on summons, on the information of Murgarcl tidly, for en assault, and was ordcrod to pay e fine of £2, with cost« of court 9í. Gd., aud pro ! f...

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

COMMERCIAL. Tm following quantities of wool were receired ? in «own lett week s Bf A.8.N. Co. i 21 b»le», lt over STGiCo., 38 bale», TBS ¡ 10 btltr, GNG t S3 bel», BBB ; 18 bal», B in circle. By 8. M. Bunter and Co. : 21 bah», CAF . 17 balee, Bi 21 bale», HSW j ll balea. Uff ¡ H. balee, B&D. By G. B. Shaw ? 28 balee, Rainworth ; 17 lialtjt^ 84*1^ ' By Walter Beid and Go. : ll balea, DN . 26 - bilet, Clarke and Co.. 4 bale», DLW ( 81 bain, DVt £8 bilei, Mantuan Downi. By J. Stereoton and Oo. t 20 balea, StA or« j BaTaatboorne.

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THE BACKHAMPTOM BALLETIN WITH WHICH INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

ima Tora a ttroMoiAT-u» ni TOKSDAY, AVRIL 1, IST*. Tra «¿rocotes of catutruoting railways by pirate enterprise on the plan of «dring liberal (tretaof Oran land a* compesisatiea, «ludo .«ell to mi the tallowing ronorxs on that .abject rasde by the Autralattan of ICireh 9. They refer to » projected rtusmy to CKppt Land. Tbs writer saysi-"Tba* th* inhabi tanti of Gipps Land should enjoy the adTantafet .f railway commun wi ttoo is vsaj souci to be dathwd, bot we thins: tba riorsíninant is aoting Tery wisely U misting the demand made by the promoters of that line for a subsidy of on* sore «f lassd for erery pound expended on its oon stroettOB. The «TÜt whieh hara grown up tmdar ibis system of prodigal largssis in the United States are enormous ; sod the politisai lustiUiUups of tbs country are aotaally iso psrflledby them." MAUI for Britta», per " Queensland," clo** at Z p.m. to-morrow (Tutvday) j and for. Nor* them forte, per "Tinonee," on Wediieaday evening. BUIXKO TH« Cu STAUT.-A «ome...

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

-.tb* ri»of (Me in bpi*!BuTari*frotftft.to »Aft^MditfIto Pp^tlattfr^^toiwt, itjtksf »jrt«r|rtU»üppCT*üU-iatlwoli cr «Marni anama), «Vr*w»t»i»prti^ltt.«u)i iu%h««tH**n|*,»ft. «Aa. .m rattier at lew ntar vfat>. ni ; la Mfbtat auiWjilHiv-Tlw time cf Uga «Mar li rilfhUr t» Imi tr fmbehi ead kilt wtoii. jr^t^rtaim then-tól «itt« Plot M»Uon,Tf««l ato.lfc. «»». «artur. ann at Baektumptos «Om. later JhaaTaelwaiiiuunea in the «eon table.

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ROCKHAMPTON ASSIZES. Saturday, March 27. Civil. SITTINGS (Continued). BEFORE His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. BUAHDOV AND WIPB V. BODSL AND OTHERS.EJEOTMBST.-(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

ROCKHAMPTON ASSIZES. Saturday, March 27. Cnn. SITTINGS (Conlinutd), BBFOBK His Honor slr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. 1 BUAHDOV AND WIPB V. BODSL AND OTHERS. EJEOTMBST.-(Co»f¡»lí«i.) Mary Ann Brandon, wire of /. R. Brandon : The earliest thing witness can remember was her father kissing her and wishing her good bye, and firing her some silrer coins ; it was on her birthday-the 19th May, 1828 ; was then bring with her mother i her brother George Parid was Using with ber motlier and herself ¡ Con , timwd to reside with her motlier for, she should j think, two yeera after her father wished her good bye i resided in Hart-street, Covent Garden I witness' father's name was George Quigley ! at Cerent Garden Lane shs lived in . hairdresser's shop | her father's business was j that of .hairdresser) after her father left, the I business waa carried on in the sams place under Charles Qnigley ; at the expiration of two years witness trent to Aunt Mary's, hsr mother's sitter, at No. 2, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS DEATH. HARDEN.—At Rockhampton, on th 27th March, after giving birth of a female child, Anna Eliza Harden aged 26 years, the beloved wife of Charles Harden.

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

SUPERFINE TINTED EMBOSSED CARDS for Ball Programmes, (ó be obtained at the Bulletin Office. NEW MARKET STORE, (COBNBB OF MaSKBT BBBEBVE), EAST & WILLIAM STREETS, ROCKHAMPTON. B. WALKEE & GO. lONDON & OOIiONIAL SEED WABEHOUSEMEN, GENERAL Ô.UTÎTTTERS. EWALKER bogs to return his «in * core thanks to the public of Rockhampton uni} eurrrounding district.fpr the liberal patron - age bestowed on bim for the last nine years, when in the late fired of WALKED, end Lilas, and solicita « continuance of that sup- port to tho firm of WALKER A CO. R. W. baring just returned front the southern markets, where bo bas purchased h LARGE ic ENTIRELY NEW STOCK .GENERAL MERCHANDISE For cash, is in à position to supply a good article at as reasonable a price os any other respectable house in town. if.B.-Pockets of Seeds made vp and sent to any part of tie Colony. COUHTRX OBSESS SIBICILT ATTEKDID TO. MESSES. IMPORTERS, QUEENSLAND STORES. ON SALE at tho Stores o the under* signed- . t...

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

CS" For Shipping Advertisemenst, Notices of Meetings, Advertise- ments for Situations, Sus., please see Front Page. To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the Police District of Rockhampton, in Queensland. T JANET McGBEGOB, now re siding at Rockhampton, in the district of Rockhampton, do hereby gire notice that it is my intention to apply at the next AnnuBl Licensing Meeting to be holden for this district on the 16th doy ot April, 1872, for a Publican's General License for tho sale of Fermented and Spirituous Liquors in the house and appur- tenances thercuuto belonging, situated in William and East streets, Rockhampton. The house contains four sitting-rooms and thirteen bedrooms, exclusive of those required for the family. Tho houçe is my own property and the sign is lite UNION HOTEL, and which I intend to keep as an inn or public-house. I am a widow, and have seven children, end hare held a publican's general license before. Giren under my hand Ibis28th day ...

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

Fot SYDNEY DIBEGT.-8«»mer on cr about Wednesday next. For BRISBANE, ci« GLAD3TONE, «na MARYBOROUGH. - " Quoendaud," on or .boat Tueeday next. Por NORTHERN PORTS.-" Tinonee," on or »bout 2nd proximo. /' F. ti. BABEER, Agtnb ^a^to^B, 3tech 80, twa.'. From ROCKHAMPTON to MACKAY and TOWNSVILLE.-" Lora Ashley," on or «bout April 8. From ROCKHAMPTON to MELBOURNE, .ie GLADSTONE, BRISBANE, & SYDNEY. -"Blaokbird," on or about April 12tb. At Grimily Seduced Faret and Freight. "E. M, ïtCNTKR & 00 , Ag.nU, FBOM SYDNEY for QUEENSLAND, PORTS. .-"Lord Aeliley," on or «boat March30. "Blackbird," ditto, LONDON & QUEENSLAND LINE OF CLIPPER PASSENGER SHIPS. fPHE well-known clipper ship . JMlufRV X "LIGHT BRIGADE," 1244 mÊBBÊSi ton» register, under the Command ¿TeKoBOÍ HOLDEN, Seq., WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR LONDON, FROM THE PORT OF ROCKHAMPTON. For Freight or Pawage, «HÍrM :* <¡t i. i t ! J. A». HARRIS, J » ""^«^ Briibane and Ipswich j f . GEO. B. SHAW, f Agent«. ...

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

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. I CHEAP EXCTJE8I0N OK EAJ3TER MONDAY, APRIL I, 187«, . BT Spécial Train lwving Rockbomp too ot 8-80 O.BV, ood ritorninj (rom Wortwood ot 6 p.m. Ticket* araUtble br Ordinary MD which In*** Beokiumpton «t ll o-m. «nd retnrni 1 from IT«Otw«od « 8-80 {Ma. FAABftt «. d. To Weetwood*^ Book. 6 0 cttanwoB. .2 6 " . 10 B'cOMKDJ8IONEB FOB BAILWAY8. i »8th Horeb, 1871. WOUND, in Eoot^treet, . SCENT1 A BOTTLE ood two other *rtic!**. Tho owoor ooo har* the «tm« opon payment of "BRAND'S ACT OF 1872." NOTICE TO 8TOCK-OWHKB8. TjlORMS of Application for Brands J A may b« had bi* o( cbarr*> tm peraonal spplioatioo to maj Clerk of Petty Benign!, Intpeotor of Sheep, or at the onie« of tho BagUtmr, or tent fay pott OB reotipt ¡of two- < ptneo pottage for otoh tonn. P. E. GORDON, Btgittrti of Brandt« Office of Bagiatrar of Brando, BfltbtBoe, 85rd March, 1878. JUST ABBIVatD. THE Schooner " Wflikra," Cram AJtleicV, it DOW ditcbattinf «0 TON8 et DDFFTELD'S SUPEBFÏNM SEW...

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ROCKHAMPTON ASSIZES. Thursday, March 27. Civil SITTINGS (Continued). BEFORE His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. BRANDON AND WIFE V. BOUEL AND OTHERS. EJECTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

ROCKHAMPTON ASSIZES. Thursday, March 27. CIVIL SITTINGS (Continued). BEFORE His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche and a jury of four. BRANDON AND WIFE V. BOUEL AND OTHERS. EJECTMENT. Examination-in-Chief of John Bose Brandon continued: George Harris de Rusett wrote his   name in different ways-first as to the spelling - it was Dyruset when witness first knew him at Lucknow; afterwards, whilst in Lucknow, he spelt his name Deruset ; and at a later period,   in London, he made it de Rusett; as to form of   signature - it was generally in letters, G. H. de Rusett; sometimes he signed himself George H. de Rusett; when witness and his wife arrived in London in the suite of the Queen Dowger and the Princess of Oude, he and his wife in consequence of something that occurred, went to Nuttall ; saw Mrs. Jennison there ; saw her by herself at first ; Mrs. Brandon afterwards saw her in witness' presence; Mrs. Jennison opened Mrs. Brandon's clothes and examined her neck ; Mrs...

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THE Rockhampton Balletin, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE GLADSTONE OBSERVER SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

WITH wntCU IS ÎNCOUVOIUTED THK GLADSTONE 0 B SE Z VE lt. SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1872. TUE starting of the . " Queensland National Bank" is an event of some importance to the residents of this colony. It is true that in the first in- stance the promoters do nat intend to ex- tend the operations of the bank beyond Brisbane. Butthisisaprudcntdetcrmina tion. The metropolis m a matter of this kind claims first attention. Its mercantile operations are on a larger scale than those of any other town in the colony, and, we presume, the bulk of the banks' capital will be provided by the metro- politan districts. Therefore the bitterest opponent of " the south " cannot fairly object either to the establishment of the head office at Brisbane, or to the estab- lishment of branches in the different towns of the colony "whenever it is deemed expedient." There is much to be-done in the organisation of a staff of thoroughly trustworthy officers. A full- blown banking establishment cannot be suddenly ra...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 30 March 1872

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS, TBS following notifications appear in Saturday ? week's Oatette : PBOltonoM.-Edward Eldridge Smith, clerk in the Customs, Rockhampton, to be gauger and weigher at Brisbane. MABUIAG* AVer.-The Ber. F. A. F. Dunham, Bomen Catholic clergyman, Rockhampton, has been registered as authorised to celebrate marriage*. Duiassva br SHBEP Acr OF 1887.-The sheep owners in the undermentioned sheep distriots baring tailed to elect directors for the current year, the following gentlemen bare been appointed to be directors for such district* respectively :-Dawson.-G. h. Golden, Esq., Juandab ; Hugh C. Gillies, Esq., Moan t Hutton ; Andrew Scott, Esq., Goongarry ; James Heid, Esq., Camboon \ and Charles Boydell Dutton, Esq., Bauhinia Downs. Gladstone.-J. Ball, j Esq, Esst Stowe,- J. S. Bel), Esq., Dungaree; William Young, Esq., Mount Larcom; F. Moreton, Esq., Prairie t and David Wilson, Esq., Region. Fesk Downs.- John Richard Black, Esq., Yamala; Henry do Sated, Esq., Wolfing ...

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