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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
COMMERCIAL. A LOHG period of depression in pastoral matters in this colony has at length been succeeded by a season of unusual cheerfulness and activity. Hie extraordinary rue m value of pastoral produce in London is working out its natural result here Stations which a short time ngo were on the point of being abandoned for sheep ia favour of cattle, are now found to be highly remunerative, and are likely to be retained as sheep walks for many years to come, and first class equattages on the Barcoo, Comet, and Peak Down», have greatlr incrcasod in value-the prices lately obtained for wool from those distriots hating fully equalled thoso obtained by the clips from the best stations of Rivonnu and Western Victo ia Apprehensions of a diy winter are causing some uneasiu-ss The " rainy season" in Central Queensland appears to have entirely parsed away, and some parts of the country are already showing signs of scarcity of water But our graziers are in high spirits, and there is now no sc...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
Die following quantities of wool and copper have been reccircd in town by drays during tho past neck - By Waller Reid and Co l8 bales, DLW By John Headnok and Co 39 bales, TAL Bi R M Hunter and Co 2*4 bales, HA, 22 bales, HSW By Albrecht Feez 21 bales, AH, Bolmonf By William Thomson 45 bales, BAL; 17 bales, JP, Consuelo , 15 bales, FF By G B Show 17 bates G over ttf over Belyando, 32 bales, FAB, Carnarvon , 48 bales, hills Brothers, 6 bales, AA ; 0 bales, R 176 cakes copper (9 tons 1 cwt O qrs 20 lbs ) Peak Downs Mining Co By ASN Co 8 bales wool, R&W¡ 10 bales, SAG , 34 bales, K1L , 14 bales, McW&J, 22 hales, McL&Oo ; 7 balea, R m circle, 2 bales skins (same brand), 61 bales wool, WP over Glendariwill [ 22 bales, ALSN ia diamond ; 8 bales skins (same brand) , 25 bales wool, DUR, 86 bales,McD Total quantities Wool, 548 bales, copper, 9 tons 1 cwt 0 qr 20 lb
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
TO STOCK OWNERS. TUE HOGARTH AMP CO (Limited), Oakey Creek, Toowoomba, ara PURCHASERS of FAT 810CK Apphca tious to be addressed to tho MANAGING DIRECTOR, Westbrook, Drayton THE NEWLANDS STEAM WOOL SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, ItOCKJIAMPTOir, HAVING RE-OPENED, tho Public ure retpecfully informed that all Wool consigned to these Works will be Scoured with the greatest care and dispatch, under the personal superintendence of the Manager J. H. WILKINSON. Januory 23,1872 NEILSON & LYNDE, WHOLESALE GBOCEES ADD GENER iL PRODUCE MERCHANTS, EBTTABD 8TB.EET, BRISBANE. GILBERT, ETHERIDGE, AND WESTERN CREEE GOLD FIELDS CHARLES JENRTN (late Editor of Uio Mining Record, NSW), AUCTIONEER, MINING SHAREBROKEB AND NEWS, ADVERTISING, MINING, ÎÏ.D GENFUAL COMMISSION AGENT, GEOEGETOWf-, LaUEBLDQE RlVEE. Mining Information from the Flhcndgo, Wcstein Creek, Cloncurrr, and eveiy part of the Gilbert Goldfields, furnished to | ni ties at a distance Agent fur the Rockhampton Bulletin and all the leading pa...
ADDITIONAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
ADDITIONAL NEWS. Shipping -Arnvel from Brisbane ' Co rinth," ' ivlodian," " Indu« " bailed. ' Hope- ful" "Woodville" Commercial -The month's exuorts to the Australian colonies show n eon«iderable decrease , but to Queensland, an increase of £-13,0110 Consols, 93 Discounts, 3 per rent Colonial securities (Inn Victonin, WVS to lili, JVw South W«le» (dieu), 101 i to 101 , Queensland, 110, .South Austral! i, 110 to ll.j The wool sales progressed satisfa iton y ut 2}d to 3jd advance on previous sales Com pelilion was less Bpinted inwärts the close I allow is in limited demand, at 2« liJ to 3» Ed loner Cocoanut Oil, £33 to £37 SpeunOil,£5G lilies aclive, with u slight advance Leather, firm Mimosa Bark firm-scat re Cotton, lOd to 11 i 1 Copper, £94 to £i)5 OBITUAHV -Generals Thornes, C íesncy, and Ashburham, Lord Moray Hie Punco of Walts i» in France, visiting the Versailles Asaombly 1 ho Oilaaiiists ore becoming holder Maztini is dead Sagasti hae formed a nair n iniatry in Spain An outbre...
CUSTOMS.—ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
CUSTOMS.-ROCKHAMPTON. RETONDU received at the Custome, Rockhamp ton, duung the qmrter ending 31et March, 1872 - £ s d Branflr 3,382 i 1 All otlier Spirits, Cordials, or Strong Waters 1,547 11 6 Wine . 524 16 8 Methvlatcd Spirits 2 10 O Ale, Boor, Poiler, Cider, Perry, and Vi íegar-in wood 166 1 0 Do do do-in bottles 432 7 0 Oils-Mineral, &c 135 O 9 Tobacco and Snuff . 1146 11 li Cigars . 34 l8 6 Opium 169 10 0 Tea 922 12 6 Coflbo-roosted 11 0 0 Coffee-raw, Chicory, Cocoa, and Chocolate . 59)9 0 Butter 10 I 4 Cheese, Bacon, Haras, and Hops 106 15 4 Biscuits, Arrowroot, Rfnizoiin, Jams, Jellies, Dried Truile, and Oandlcs 223 8 4 Sugar-Refined 20 15 2 " Baw 48 li 0 Molasses 2 G 1 Soap 5 7 6 Rice, Oatmeal, end Maizcmeal C5 0 3 Salt 158 li 3 Púlalo!», Onions, Hej, lind Chaff 102 3 8 Coals 43 17 6 Wheat, Barley, Maire, Oats, and Malt 73 11 9 Bran and Pollord 49 16 4 Bottled Fruits end Pickles 29 15 4 Bottled Mustard 6 10 11 Ad Valorem 2,283 10 0 Excise Duty on Colonial Rum 176 2 0...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
THE Tin MAKIO.-TJio Ji'aricick Argus of March 21, reports:-The Hon. IV, Yaldwyi, received a telegram from Sydney on last Monday informing him that a sample (251bs.) of tin-sand which he had sent from his claim, on Law's Flat, had boen tested by Mr. Wall, Hie Analytical Chemist, with a result of 77 por cent. The telegram intimated to Mr. Yaldwyn tliut his «ample was one. of the best sent down. The tin fever in Warwick is still on tho increase. The Surveyor-General preceded by Mr. Aplin, the Goologist, and followed by his respected brother, Mr. J?. T, Gregory, passed through on Tuesday morning, en route to tho diggings. They had, all of them, tia dishes, picks, and shovels, and it is on the card that one of them at least, will try for a selection before he returns, and more than probable that his application will bo grunted. The business people ure nervous end fidgety with expectation, and ooma of thom are prepared to purchase sand in quantities. The streets show signs of increased no...
CONSTITUTIONALISM IN FIJI. (From the Fiji Times, February 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
CONSTITUTIONALISM IN FIJI. (From He Fiji Times, February 17.) á. LICOR and enthusiastic public meeting wes held on i b ure day night at Key BO'S Hotil The otjtct wis the overthrow of the present Mnnstrj Mr Manton woe voted to the chair, and said that he belie red tho mai on ty of the people wcie opposed to the present Ministry The puncipal objection was to Messrs Burt and Woods The requisition to Mr Burt had not been answered in a statcsmanhko manner, and he (I ho Chairman) was sure that it was necessarv to the vital interests of FIJI that Mr Burt should resign As Mr Woods was absent some little I leniency might be shown, and ne might wait until hisrcturi) The expenditure of tho "Govern ' mont is too excessive, and the kingdom is | not in a position to pay £30000 a year I We do not require a Supreme Court» and if j there is not o speedy t bringe all the revenue | Kill be eu.il.ov.cd up in salaries Without gold or stiver a crisis must ensue, and the welfare of tho coun tn demands a g...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AUB1VAI.. ÀFflU i-BoomerñtJK, es, Captain Lake, from Towns TUIO and Bo« cn Passengers for RooKuamptOD-lils Honor Judgo Mirai, Messrs Baird IJaud), Arter. Mostaaau, &f yen Parkar, n mg On, S K Ufttig, and flic fu tue Rtticrage For Sydney-lira Fryer, Müti Bniloj, MoHsri Ouuiiiuglibviri, Carlington, Tucker, Hackett r Gill, and a largo number or «toonga paasongor« j DBTABTUBB, April 4.-Tfiiouen, as, BBS toni, Captain Hint for Cleveland Ila} via lntormedittû Torts Paasetigers UoRsm J Ciulilon D Jaok, Hartington, ono or two others, pud twenty*!*, In ita« steerage. l
MANIFEST. OUTWARDS, [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
MANIFEST. OUTWARDS, April 4 -Tinonee, s s, for Northern Porte 20 bags flour, 10 bags salt, 2 chests 1 halt chest tea, S boxes soap, 2 cases kerosene, 1 quarter cask vinegar, 1 keg limejuice, 1 quarter tiorce tobáceo, 1 box maicena, 2 iron pots, 2 CABOS sardine», 6 cwt rock salt, 2 cases pickles, Walter Reid and Co , 1 case ling fish, 1 case cheese, 1 box muscatels, 1 half-chest tea, 8 Barnett | 1 et brandy, A. Feez, 3 quarter tierces tabsoco, F L Barker, 1 case sundries, Martin, 1 parcel, ' E Row j 2 boxes, Mrs Hill, 30 bags potatoes, 1 bag roane, K Davis and Co ; 60 bogs lime, W. filaok} 2 bogs potatoes, 2 cases brandy, S cosas sundries, 1 case seed, 1 case picks, 1 ease, Wing Wah end Co j 1 box, Beddek ; 16 bags potatoes, Marquess j 1 case 2 bags onions, 12 eases apples, 8 bags potatoes, 1 case lemons, Wright, 260 bags 100 half bags flour, 20 bags 2 hogsheads lime, 51 mats sugar, 5 cases pickles, 3 oases matcher, 23 bags potatoes, 4 case» jams, 5 cases kerosene, 3 COBOS sundries, ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
The Tiuonee, s s, loft the wharf, Rockhatnp ton, for the Aorthern Porteon Thursday, at 7 am, and passed out of Keppel Bay st 1 pin samo day The Queensland, s , reached Marvborough at 830 am onlhursday, left at li 60 n ni some day , and arrived at Brisbane yesterday at 6 30 am The Boomerang, a a, from Townsville and Bowen, arrived in Keppel Bay at noon on Thursday, and reached the wharf al 8 30 p m Sbo had strong head winds eil the way from Bowen to Keppel Bay The Loid Ashloy, t>, from Sydney and Brisbane, anchored at Mary River Heads at 11 a ni on Thursday Her departure from Maryborough was not Tenorted last night She will not coll at Gladstone The Lady Bowen, s, from Brisbane, arrived at Maryborough on Thursday She left at IO 30 a m } eBterday, and passed Woody Island st 2 30 p m, e» i onie for GlItRtono and Rook hampton The Black Swan, « left Bowen for Mackay, St Lawreno&jfAnd Brisbane on Wednesday Wo stated in error in our Thursday's issue that the Bleokbird, e s, was ...
ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAIL, VIA SUEZ, WITH NEWS TO 15TH MARCH. TIOHBoWlFcTaIMANT NON-SUITED AND COMMITTED TO NEWGATE FOR PERJURY. THE QUEEN MENACED BY A LUNATIC FENIAN. THANKSGIVING DAY GREAT SUCCESS. ENTHUSIASTIC L0YALTY MANIFESTED BALLOT BILL PASSED POLYNESIAN KIDNAPPING MADE A FKLONY BY STATUTE STBONG INDIGNA UON AT AMERICAN CLAIMS THROUGHOUT ENGLAND. PARTY DIFFERENCES FORGOTTEN IN PARLIAMENT. SYMPA1UY OF EUROPE WITH ENGLAND. FRENCH INDEMXITY DEBT PAID. MAZZINI THE ITALIAN AGITATOR, DEAD. THE POPE LEAVES ROME. DISCOUNI, 3 PER CENT. WOOL 8ALES DECLINED ONE PENNY FROM HIGHEST FOIN I. COPPER £94 TO £93. BULLETIN OFFICE, Saturday 9 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAIL, VIA SUEZ, WITH NEWS TO 15TH MARCH. TIOHBoWlFcTaÎMANT NON-SUITED * AND COMMITTED TO NEWGATE FOR | PERJURY. I THE QUEEN MENACED BY A LÜXATIC FENIAN. THANKSGIVING DAY GREAT SUCCESS. KNTHUSIASHC L0YAL1Y MANI- FESTED BALLOT BILL PASSED POLYNESIAN KIDNAPPING MADE A FKLONY BY STATUTE , STBONG INDIGNA UON AT AMERICAN CLAIMS THROUGHOUT ENGLAND. PARTY DIFFERENCES FORGOTTEN IN PARLIAMENT. SYMPA1UY OF EUROPE WITH ENGLAND. FRENCH INDEMXITY DEBT PAID. MAZZINI THE ITALIAN AGITATOR, DEAD. THE POPE LEAVES ROME. DISCOUNÏ, 3 PER CENT. WOOL 8ALES DECLINED ONE PENNY FROM HIGHEST FOIN I. COPPER £94 TO £93. BULLETIN OFFICE, Saturday 9 10 p.m. THD branch mail steamer reached Glenelg at two o'clock to day Hie P and O Co 'a mail pocket " Bangalore ' left Galle on the 16th March, and arrived at King George s Sound on the 1st April She sulod for Melbourne on the evening of Hiat day Passengeis per " Bangalore," for Sydney The Right Rev Dr Barker, Bishop of Sydney, Mn Barker and «on...
ST. PAUL'S, ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
ST. PAÜL'3, ROCKHAMPTON. TEC Annual Meeting of tho Parishioners of St Paul's wai hold on Tuesday afternoon, in Hie Churcl. Tho chair having been taken by the Rev J Gilbortson, a very satisfactory report was read by Mr C S. D Mm-BountfE, giving an account of various matters of interest to the congregation From the report wo learn that the receipts for the year were-from offertory collections, £223 9s 8(1 , pew rents £1744« 2d , stipend fund subscriptions, £8410s, making the totnl from ordinary sources, £482 121 lOd , ngoinst this the expenditure wes for clergymen's stipond, £300, ond for IIOUB» r'ni, forfivo months, £20 16s 8d , houso rent allowance saved by erection of parsonage and paid to that fund, £29 3s 4J , organist, £50, rerger, £26 , insu ranee on church and parsonage, £12 , collector s commission, painting, advertising, lighting, music, bmp°, glasses, wine, locks and sundries, £38 If' 8d | total, £477 4* 8ii, leaving a balance in favour of revenue ovei ordinary expenditure ...
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, February 29. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
I SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, February 29. I The National Thi.iknjivinf» for the recovery of the Prince» was*.*. unqualified eucces- There nus n general holidui, an 1 crowd« unpreec dontedly large assemble 1 at St Paul's There were numerous casualties The Prince of Wains nae present with the Queen The mnmfrstations of hjalty were indescribable 'Jho Cathedral, occupied by 13,000 persons, presented a in mm j firent spectacle The illumi nations were effective Th*» French Imperial Fara-lv breaVíasteii with the Queen, witnessing tlio dopurture of the cortege from Buckingham Palace The address or ibe London Corporal lou was presented at M arl boro u «h House The Prince, on receiving I it, returned with eraolun his einoere thanks f-r ' the national eympnthy expressed, and gratitude to God for hi« recorery 1 he American Gorernmont asserts its de term l nation to have the mdtreet claims submitted to a pen ora I commission Hie Standard interprets Tari Kimberley'« mviUli ma to Nt w South Waka t...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
GENERAL SUMMARY. I London, February 23. The January mails were delivered io London on the 19th February The dinner given to Mr Verdon was a great «uccess The Duke of I'dinburgh, who wes Eresent, referred pleasantly to visiting the lependencies Lord Kimberley epoke of the groHing difficulties of maintaining «o vast an empire, but warmly doprecatod the, idea of unfriendly sovcrancs The Queen has d stnbuted a shower of honours ou a number of representative colonists A Bill to constitute the kidnapping of South Sea Islanders a felony has beeu passed, but no interference with legitimate trafile is contem plated Australian Courts are empowered to try charges for kidnapping A Patteson memorial lund, to be devoted lo mission purposes, has been established The Brinah Government hove announced that they will not formally recognise the I iji kingdom The Duke of Edinburgh's art collection u being visited by increasing crowds The Bracilian Government are making strenuous effort« to attract Europ...
GAINSFORD PUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
GAINSFORD PUNT. "tJBJOiiîED is a list of the ferry dues and charges, as just revised by Hie 1 ngmcer of Roods s d Every foot passenger with n parcel not exceeding 14 lbs weight 0 1 Single horse, with or vi itbout rider O C Gig, dray or rart two wheele 1 loaded or unloaded, and drawn by one horse, including Hie driver 1 0 Waggon, carnage, or bullock dray, ond one driver 2 0 Bollocks under ten in number, radi O 6 Bullocks above len in number, each O 3 Sheep, pigs, dog;, or goals radi 0 1 GOOD* Every parcel exceeding 14 lbs and under 50 lbs weight O 2 Every package 50 lbs weight and nndcr 1 ewt 0 4 Every 1 cwt and under 10 cwt, per cwt O 6 Every 10 cwt or more per ton, by dead weight or me isureinent 5 0
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THB ususl 'fortnightly meeting of the Council was held in the Council Chambers, BoUover .frcet, on Thursday afternoon. Present-His Worship tho Mayor, and Messrs Sanilel, ^nu'tli, Schmidt, Caporn, Nobbs, Jackson, and I*igh. 'The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CBBKSFOXDFirCK. Letters were road (1) fruin MT, Pallid 1'gin, calling attention to the dangerous state of the road between the Duck Ponds and Pott Curtis junction. 2 From Mr. W. H. Smith, sexton, calling attention lo the smpa&lt;sability of Hie Lower Dawson Rood near the Cemetery. Both letters were referred lo I he Works Committee. BBTORTI. A report from the Works Committee was read. It recommended payment of £17 8s. 4d. on account of contracts, and £99 7s. 7d. wages or d iymen to t3rd Morell. The Finance Committee recommended pay- ment of £187 14s., including the «mount of the Works Committee's report. On the motion of -the Mayor the report was adopted. The Committee of the Wliolo Co...
CHARTERS' TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
CHARTERS' TOWERS. THE lotest intelligence from this gold-field is the following from the correspondent of tho Baeeiisioood Miner, written on the 16th March : The minero on this field arc in high spirits at : the prospect of machinery arriving so soon on ! the ground, Messrs. Plant nnd Jackson and Buchanan having pegged out sites for the | purpose of cr.-cting machinery, and Mr. | Buchonnn has started for Cleveland Bay with the intention of nt once forwarding his machine from there to this place, nnd we can confi lently look forward to its being in working order within ten weeks. When men of Mr. ' Buchanan's mining experience toke such spirited and prompt measures to provide a much ' required want, at a large outlay of I capital, the miners ought to rally round , him and give him every support and encourage- j ment. I believe it is an unprecedented thing in Hie annals of quartz reefing thot machinery is , to be erected on the ground within such n short period of the opening of o fiel...
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. GEORGE TOWN, ETHERlDGE RIVER. Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Rockhampton Bulletin — 6 April 1872
TELEGRAPHIC MESSiGES AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED FBESS TELSOBAltä. GEORGE TOWN, ETHERlDGrK. EIVBR. Tliursdiy Aftarooon. THE latcit crushin;s from the quirtz reef« on this gold field BIIOW highly sitnf ictory rotui ni Tlurtv two tons of stone frim tho prospecting claim of tho Overland Telegraph Roafyielled 100 oi 19 d*ts of gild Tweuly tons «toni., prospecting claim Marchioness of Normmby Reef, 109 oz 2 dirt gold Twenty nine tons etonc, prospecting elim YjJiig Republic, 76 oz I9dwt gill Fifty lix uni it hilf tons stone, prospecting claim Victor in Reif, 58 oz 7dwt gild fjurty two toni stone, No 2 South, Harp of Erin Reef, 31 oz 2 dirt gold Nino and thiec quarter too9 stone, No 1 East, Unknown Roof, 21 oz 17 dirt gold Two rich cruthing; from the Durlivm and Lalla Rookh Reef, will bo reported to morrow Fridav^'M p ni Thirty-seven tons stone from tho Durham prospecting claim yielded 21J or 10 dirt Twenty-four and a hilf tons from the Lattin Rookh prospecting claim yielded 51 oz 14 dnt