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CABLEGRA [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 13, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

CABLEGRAMS. [SPscrAt\cojimiBPo\BEfrh:MESSAGES.} . VONDOS, VehrAvy 13, Evening. THE Turiüak\Governmen/ has notified that it Mil) »rötest«ainat th/entry of the British squadron into t\e DardnieUcs. LONDV-', Rfbruary 13, l-45 p.m. The Appeal Diisiofi of the High Court of Judicature has Vu/set the conviction of Bradlaugh. Jf Tho Governmoi iron-clads const Government, lit contraband of /'ar, V. / LotJboN, Febaf&ry 13. The opening colonial ?v\>l sales liave been posponed till 2Cth February [lave purchased the tero for the Turjásb were detained as

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE PROTECTION OF NATIVE BIRDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

C<mi)ESnO\TDEN<TE. PROTECTION Gp NATIVE BIRDS. TO THE KDITOJUOF THE IIUI.LIITIN. Sm,-Thai! is an Lld saying to the effect that a man is iiotja prophet in his own country. I have Sir some time post heen preaching n criisadl against thc system adjfwted liy many si natters of laying on thc sui-iicc of thc groin 1 poisoned baits with a view of destroying u tive dogs (a very useless proceeding where i liccp aro at large or wallabies numerous), ly which means noterons other enemies of gra i-eatiug animalsKrc also destroyed, such as < iglc-liawks, a^Ka, kites, magpies, and ¡guan ? ; bul oUjffo little pnr pose. I therefore ip ito fraîche Hlmlmli'il Lamina .Ve«'* of Ai inistS-ifi, Hie following paragraph:-"Spare lie rook,'"says Mr. Krank Buckland, "and y u will 'stamp out tho Colorado Beetle. 1 rm indeed decidedly in favour of sparing he rook, and indeed every other livii ; thing that can possibly bc sparci (as a nile wc destroy about tel times more life than...

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CALENDAR — JANUARY — FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

CALUNDAR - J IM! ART- ÏF.UUtUIll. I Tinr.5. 17 Scjitii ilyushin Sun * Tlw titles iwl. tlu-ir full nt thu Pilut Salton, Koppel Hay, ¿li. JOm. ourlim-: ¡md :it Iffii'kliiinipiuii 3Jm. later titan UK* limit* biio\vii in Um ahuxv Uljle.

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THE GARDEN AND THE F THIN SOWING [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

TUE G AUDEN A KD TUE FIELD. THIN SOWTNf!. NornniiNTASiusd tile factjthat a thing is true, and borne out by constant experience, it is often in thé face of this hard, or almost an impossibilityVto persuade tlje many that they ave in thc ^n'ong whcjfr , acting contrary to it. Hie noubn that Jniidk sowing shades thc ground, and^hocks Hie waste of moisture therefrom, is cxcccningb/ popular, hut opposed to all experience, islpl adverse to correct reasoning, tin long ai\he syil is well shaded by dead vegetable mattet" or any kind, eva- poration is verj' effectually checked thereby; but anything living (takes moJe moisture from thc ground in a given time tjian thc sun, and tlic more there is of it to ¡lo it, the more effectually and quickly it ii. accomplished ; consequently, land under thc Shade of a tbick¿ crop is more speedily deprived of its super-. ? fluous moisture than land thinly sown, besides labouring under other disadvantages. fu a hot auf dry season euclj ns now being experienc...

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RIFLE SHOOTING, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

3 WFtE SHOOTING, âtv ?' A very pleasant day waa spent in a rifle match at Goulburn lately, between ten members of No. 2 Company of the 1st Regiment of Sydney Volunteers, and a similar number of the Goulburn Rifles. The con- ditions were five shots each at 200, 500, and 0Ö0 yards, and the contest resulted in A victory forifiie Goulburn team by 15 points, having obt&ined a total of 3fVto their opponents' Xiii. Lieutenant Black»ha\\ of thc Goulburn ten, was the highest scoreVwith a total of 50. Corporal Halls lieadom thc/'Sydncy men Witt 48. \ / The other day the Adouyde Volunteers tried the new Martini-Henry mles recently sup- plied to them by the Gwernmcut. During thc practice Mr. Moreen/ ai thc 400, 500, and 000 yards ranges, made a total of 88 points in twenty-one shots ont nf fa possible 105. A new rifle range lias lately liccu constructed near Welwyn, in Hertfordshire, about 25 miles from London, wjiicli is said to lie far superior to that nt Wimbledon, and it has been su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

RAPID PRC 3RKSS-PRKMIKR l'OsITIOX. (in Lpopularity JiilríiiHic merit, tteihiccd JVko nf tlu HoSlH COMPAS !t ÍH only ii few- wmiLhs HÏI a tin? (.rat shipment arrived ; lint tile Machine is nt cally £»<»\, that there ure already wore H < »if le Ci lpn ll ii ni« Mild hi <}nii(?»Hlai)d m on tl l'y than nre *ol»l nf .-my «tiler Hand SewiiiR Machine. TIIÎH npïii unces* exhausted mir stunk nenin mid awaiti ; lint w have now ;i pxnl simply mid plenty inure to arrive: Thu (jreat consumption In* warranted un in niakit a J.UK« roittraet with tim Manufacturer at n low rate Mian formerly, which tallai tl OH UH tn reduce tl retail price ti» Knur Pounds Ton Shillings. We will ,t enumerate thc Kudd points of tho Machine-we cn do helter. * We will pi vt« a Inca! reference nt the lare^t township tn any in- tending purchaser, ius j ,e Mnchiuc« ar»! already in every pa rt of theColonjT Liberal discount to Store keppel ft. ALFJIKD SJ I AW A- fo., Sou; AÍÍKNTS, HRIKIUNF N...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

SHIPPING INTEL LIG Fl NC K I jiErAarinm, Fmnuunv 15.-THK CI, IHKNOIÎ, s.n., MO lona. JJipUIn J. H. Havlpy, I ir Sydnev viii BHKIMIIO. PiwaellKers-F.ir Krblnne -Slr. H'jlll.nn «Virhitiail. For Sydney-One in tun« seinse. For Mcllmiirni! Mrs. Arra»lrnng an.l two hlldra), mill niuo in tile «wenige. John Hendrick i ul Co., agoni». CLKAI INCE, February ir..-rsOOMICIl Nil,«.«., 4)0 ton«, CiuiUiii J. T. Durroll, for Sydney Kral. IMssonfiore-Mrs. Kuasoll. Mesura. 4. Kmltll old, »V. lt. Hassell, W. M'Oreaie, W. Dlckion, anf Uv« tn thu steerage. M ooa ana Wood, agents. |

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

KHIPPINU MOVKMKNTrt. BUN* IP, s.s.-IjeavcH tho wluirf to-morrow nt noon, taking tho northern mails arni passengers for tran- shipment to the s.a. Egmont in Keppel Hay. BRISBANK, n.M.S.-Nnw nt fiydnev, »111 leave Moreton Bay, on Thursday, Foliniaiy 23. fur Kinga pore and Hongkong via the usuil ports of cull. BOWEN, n.M.S.-A.ccordIns to thu timetable would leave Singapore un Tuesday, tile .'itli inxUiit, for Oil» port, with maila from England, vi.i Uriwlial, to the dato of January 4. BOOMERANG, n.e.- Uamt tat Sydney direct thin morning at 7 -30. ELAMANG, (.i.-Probably leaves Cooktown this af tonioon for southern ports. EGMONT, s.s.-Take« lier departure from Hii.li.mc for northern ports this timmi II;, ami is due in Keppel Bay to-raorroty night. JAMBS PATEILSON, s.s.-I.ort Kvdiicv fol Itoek. aatnpton DB Tuesday afternoon, and is due to-night. I.AJJY BOWKN, a.- ls now hound from Mary borough to Brisbane. LADY YOUNO, «.- Wim to leave Marrliornngli nt S p.m. nn Thunda? for Hocklmupton riá...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

íebraary lí.-Tüe rlaromw, ».H., for Hydnov vi i Brisliane: 112 tajrs lime, 13taradlessheepskins, 121 bales wool, lag hides. February 16.-Boomerang, «.»,, for Sydney dirait : l?6 lulos wool, 14 «audio» »kin«, Wi hides, 305 in». 1 p. «old, 9 tierces billow, 1 packajro hooks, 3 trunk» boots, 3 quarter-casks urandy, ami 20 package* sundries.

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SPORTING NOTES RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

SP0J1T?ATG Jí^TÜS. Ii ACING EVJSNTS TO COME. V.Ií.r. Anti!!»]) Mectilur, March 2, 7, 0. Itnwiixlanil T.C. Annual Meeting, March 18,1». «iiteciislauii A.T. Cliili MeetiiiE, Mareil 23. Australien .T.<;. Moctinp. Kastor woek. Smith Anst -alian J.H. Meetins, April 22,26,27. Marathon District J.r. Mectiuir, Juno 0, 7. Noith Australian J.C. Annual Meeting, March 29, 30 ^ April 1. Balonne .1. C. Meeting, April ll, 12. Northern Downs J.e. Annual Mooting, April ll, 12. - <;yuipieT. V. Aumud Meetiiip, May Itockhaniuton Jockey (itili Anuiial meeting, June C, 7, TENDERS liare been called for the completion of the fencing to the Rockhampton race-course, and «ill romain open until Saturday next. Tile defeat of First King for the Geelong Gold Cup Wist have been a rattier severe blow to thc 31. Alban's stables,who to a mon backed the emmpion to min j and such a certainty was considered, m spite of his 8st. IOIIIS., thatnVwas lacked at even money against the field, ^toy/igbt pu...

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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

TUE WEEK. IT is impossible to understand, thc motive of tbe f ¡ovcrnniciit in refusing to survey town- ships on thc railway linc. In former years there wasuio end of paper townships scattered over tho ermnlry, and 110 spot furnished with a pcnnancinVwatcrhole was deemed too in- accessible forXcutting up iiito acres and sub- mitting at auction at tho upset price of £8 poi acre. Jtcgaid rV the iuTerests of posai Me buyers may havo\infiucr/ïcd thc Ciovcrnmeiit in loi'Iiing uji thoyiand/at Duaringa, Dingo, and Blackwater, asVlic settlements there gave no prospect of pcVn nonce. lint at thc t'omet Uiver cvoryhoK appears satisfied of thc stability of thc camp, 1 id peuple ave anxious to throw some bund |¿1¿ of pounds into tin: Treasury in p:iyi:iei t\ir hnlf-acros. if thc Minister for Lands w nî\but give them a secure holding. Thc l'omet-is quite a large town, yet all the improvements there have been made upon Crown lands, and are always liable to hu jumped hy enterprising speculators pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

CHCRCHÏLÏ S Syrups, Limo Iron, Sod», and Com ounds strongly recommended by the facultj for Consumption, and all Diseases of O bility ; free from aoy un- pleasant taste ot imell. Etuorr Duos., & Co., Wholesale agent i, Brisbane. Ellio t Bros, & Co. WHO LESA ( E DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALT1 RS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druj riste' Sundries, Surgical lu truments, Trui cs, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Mannfacl irers'Goods. Manufacturera of Acids and Cb mioals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers ol Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crashed Bon a. 110 and 112, 'rrr-STitKET, SYDNEY, and BlllSlUNE. Chemical Work! and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S C H AMP AG NE QUININE WINE. Highly rccomn ended by the Faculty, and Acknowledged tot be thc purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; it is tho best restorative for tho young, wfak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole sys tent and stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluableaor Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

L SoiPAN-! " QjV. JtfJLKS. MEMBERS of i io iimvp Cojnwuiy who dill Ibttatte d ifs]»^ioir"nn Friday evening, innt «Jbh've thai' arms and accoutre- ments at vic Vrrmo ry,^ny office, for inspec- tion at ons. ; f 4. FEEZ, Captain. 13 UTR Ii Ë~ ii :si:n.^i. .STOÜEKEUI ICU I BUTCH ET!, Ijouuu nitA AMI \Ai.i.ii:no, G. N. liAit, WAVl gYîtNEY ISfJAKfHNU HOUSE, dornorjof IJoijioviiii .Jin Dour STIIKKTS. T. 1! O li 1, I » S O K, PI;OI I;IITOI;. BOA lil) fe I? WI DENCE. THE "HOME .SEW] Ï^VEHV genni 'j 1N<¡ MAI AND CO., Sole Al BEDUC .No. ].- Ham Ko. 2.- Vt compli No. :t. -Witi GEO. «AFF JtO Local Aleuts II'TTJ.K LOCK-STITCH MACHINE. I HOME SHUTTLE SEW IXE is! stamped M. MOSS ?nts, Svdnev, N.S.W. II lTili'E LIST Marilin», £4. .ailie uso only, with table 5s. [cover tn loch, ?7 7s. Agents for IJiieensland. ¡TH Ul! DELL .t LU, llockhaniptnn. VAl.UAIiLU »1SCOVEI1Y FOll THE UAH!. - ]f\onr hair is turning grey or white, or falling tiff', «sc **Thc Mexican Hair lîrncwcr," for it trill poniti...

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COMMERCIAL. BULLETIN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

COMMEltCfA L. ' BULLETIN OFFICE, Friday Kvcniiu;. I DÖRING the week business bas experienced its I usual fluctuations, and transactions have been limited ; an early improvement is anticipated i owing to the late raius, which have bad a bene- g tíci al effect. Engagementsforcarriagchavebecii ¡ completed as follows, teams being plentiful ;- ¡ £8 per ton to Springsure ; £10 to Clermont ? and £S for back loading; £18 to Tambo, £14 , ' down; and £22 to Blackall with £15 to £10 return, ' Inquiries for brandies have advanced ' prices, at which they continue very firm. ' The produce market is bare of maize, oats, 1 and potatoes, the expected shipments by thc \ Lady Bowen not having come to limul ; ¡ arrivals are anxiously looked forward to. Advices report tho sailing of tho Delaware from Adelaide on Saturday, consigned to ' Messrs. Macdermott Brothers, with n cargo i of flour, chaff, and bran. ¡ Tiie exports comprised thc following articles of local production :-lime IC) bags, 10 hogsheads,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

'-iiiuotCp Announcements. , ii- ^-IT'HE AUSTRALASIAN jjg^fG ít «TEAM NAVIGATION ?^gflffl£rt°*l:£ANY'3 STEAM To SYDNEY E RECT. - Boomerang, This Morning, Satu lay, at 7'30. To MELBO JEN E.- Boomerang will take passengan and cargo to bc transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE DIRECT.-Elamang, about Tuesday. To BRISBANE, vu GLADSTONE an.l MARYBOROD ¡H.-Lady Young, THCS ÏJ* MACKAY. - Tinonee, carly. >6UROADSOUN ).-Tinonee, early. To COOKTOWN i ; NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and argo will be forwarded hy steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, at noon, to meet mail «tai mer in Keppel Bay. W (OD t WOOD, Agents. Bockhampton, Byruary 16, 1878._ FOR SYnKEtY VIA BRISBANE. E MELBOURNE I STEAMSHIl* OOM- | PAKY'S splendid NEW ST] :AMER THE > CLARENCE, Will leave ROCRÍ AJdPTON WHARF for ] SYDNEY, via'B USBANE, on F1UDAY MORNING, at ? 'clock. Freight and pas« ingers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcasw JOHN $EADRICK &, CO., Agents. FOR LON »ON DIRECT. THE All CI IPPER BARQUE SCOTTI ¡H HERO,' 607 Toss ...

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The Morning Bulletin,ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. SATUItrjAY, FEBRUARY IC, 1878. TuEte is reason to believe that the inmicnVe of Mr. Garrick has already j made itätlf felt in the Cabinet. Despite thc very Vii ole some advice given to the Premier l*t session, he sartKsMo have found tlic temptation irresistible to usurp the function* of ihe legislature during the recess. VTIiat inc Polynesian pro- clamation did\oL/Issue for two months after the proraption, was due to the circumstance/lhV Ministers were on furlough (aim llieyjeginning of Novem- ber until the elote of thc Christmas and Mew Year holioWs. The Premier, mowover, on retuning from Thursday Island, was compelleotb pass through the deep waters of personal affliction, and did not recover toneVmtil Mr. Thorn's contemplated resignation aroused him to the necessity'of takW some "new departure " for the purposes of diverting public attention and recovering popular favour. He soon discovered that nothing could be done with the Chinese ques- tion, and that not even the p...

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VICTORIA. MEBOURNE, FebruarY' 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

VlirOBIA. MABOUKNE, Februar)' 15. Air. Berry stated night that, in conecq hy the Governor fronlthc the Government her j thought and are making defence. fi the Assembly yestcr of advice received ? Imperial authorities, war inevitable, ive preparation« for February IC larc being laid at Port L Colonel Scratchlcy is supcr raction of batteries and the dated February IS, were Linc, hut wero detained till telegraph line,]

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

NEW SOfTH WALES. ISYUNKV, February 15. lu thc Legislativ transpircd that thora] the railway free-] The Wesleyan sittings. Thc nu" arc thc Ber. Messi). Ipswich, Rev. Mr. Rev. Mr. Clipstam Mr. Sinning. ' Thc San Francisco] eßssembly, yesterday, it had heen gross abuses of m in this colony. Conference has closed its s appointed to Brisbane Brcntnall and Wall ; to jSRrkinson; to Warwick, Ipmd to Copperfield, Rev. mail news is anticipated.

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[REUTERS MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

IJOCTJSKS MESSAGES.! IJOKBOK, February 15. Earl Herby lias rep ed to Prince Gorts chakoff protesting aga ist the occupation of Constantinople by the I useian troops. Tlic British ironclad squadron hos entered tho Sea of Marmora.

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CABLEGRAMS {SPECIAL CORRESPENDING MESSAGES. LONDON, February [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

CABLEGR>4ÍÍS/\ {SPECIAL commsposDEsrs HESSAGES.X LONDOK, February li. A TELEGRAM in tho Daltj Telegraph amcnxnoM that thc British fleet pissed into the Dardan- elles on Wednesday afternoon, and that ¡ts destination is the Princess Islands, a group of small isles in thc Sn of Marmora, close to thc Straits of Constantinople. The telegram also states that the Eprte has protested against the entry of the BatisU fleet into tile Dar- danelles. In thc House of LoNbo).', February M. »rds, this evening, Karl Derby confirmed t c rcjjort of ths arriva of thc British fleet i Stamboul. His lordship also stated that he Í id notified Prince Corte schakoff that this d I not justify the Russian occupation of Consi ntinople. Thc Hon. Willii 1 Lowther, member for Westmoreland in th House of Commons, hag been appointed Cb f Secretary for Ireland; in thc room of Sir 1 ichael Hicks-Beach, .wiro lias accepted the] Colonies. Parliament is alioi A portion of thc ft Ii*''jHh'viJi in bono] have been perfar...

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