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METEOROLOGIAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to be-At Rockhampton, 0.73 inch; Maryborough, 0.60; Gladstone, 0.75; Keppel Bay, 0.35 ; Marlborough, 0.21 ; St. Lawrence, 1.38; Mackay, 0.31 ; Banana, 1.90; Bowen, 1.54 ; Ravenswood, 1.10;   Cashmere, 0.73 ; Gilbert River, 0.57 ; Woody Island, 0.35; Nebo, 0.07 ; Clermont, 0.07; Waterview, 1.30; Cardwell, 0.64 ; Junction Creek, 0.50 ; Georgetown, 0.23. At Gin Gin   and Cape Capricorn rain fell, and at St. Lawrence, Collaroy, Nebo, Flat-top Island, Clermont, and Copperfield, appearances indicated rain. These returns are for the forty-eight hours ending at 9 a.m. yesterday.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CAFFRE INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

THE CAFFRE INSURRECTION. THE history of the outbreak appears to be this. Twenty years ago we were engaged in a war with an independent chief named Kreli,   the head of the Galekas, who was supported by other tribes. The Caffres, in order to make victory sure, began by destroying all their cattle, as a witch had informed them that, if this sacrifice was made, their heroic ancestors and millions of new cattle would spring out of the earth, and that the white man would be driven into the sea. When the Caffres were defeated, it became a very difficult task to save them from dying from hunger. Far too   small a number were left to fill the country   which the Galekas had once occupied, and Kreli and the remnant of his race were suffered to occupy one portion of the depopu- lated district, the remainder being handed   over to a tribe who had once been the serfs or "dogs" of the Galekas, and thence bore the name of Fingoes. This once subj...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bulgarians. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

The Bulgarians.         MR. FORBES, the Daily News correspondent, contributes the following to the " Nineteenth Century":-- We have seen what sort of officialism our Russophils are anxious to place over the European provinces of Turkey-how utterly   and universally corrupt it is, and how very sure to make a prey of whatever it fastens on. Now let us see what the actual condition of the oppressed Bulgarian is, and how he really fared under the rule of the Turk, down to the hour when the war broke out--and after. Just cast a hasty glance at the conduct of the barbarian Turks during the past two years. The period opens with the Bulgarians, subject indeed to the Turks, tated, no doubt, heavily and arbitrarily, annoyed occasionally by a zaptieh who must have been nearly as bad as the omnipotent "agent" on the estate of an Irish absentee landlord, bound to dis- mount when encountering a Turk on the road, just as a rural infe...

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Late Pacific Mail News. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

Late Pacific Mail News. THE Telegraph publishes the following news arrived from Auckland :— The correspondent of the Daily News at Constantinople, under date of November 25th, telegraphed as follows :—" At a council of war, over which Sulieman Pasha presided, the general feeling expressed, by no one more stoutly than Sulieman himself, was in favour of making an effort to end the war. The opinion of the Council was that quite enough had been done on both sides to satisfy their glory. If the war were continued, it must inflict lasting misery on both Empires. At the same time the feeling was expressed that sufficient reliance cannot be placed on the de- claration of Russia, and that even while seek-   ing to obtain an honourable peace, preparation for a prolonged resistance must be vigorously carried out. Subject to this determination to prosecute the war if an honourable peace could not be obtained, it was resolved that the time for endeavouring to make peace has arrived....

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. ASSAM, R.M.S.-Arrived at Melbourne from Point de Galle on Friday. She brings London mails to November 23, via Suez. ATLANTIC, schooner.-This vessel cleared at Sydney   for Rockhampton on December 29 with the following cargo :-179 bales hay, 5 packages vegetables, 2 cases jam, 4 cases soy, 125 tons coal, 19 bundles crackers, 1 case rifles, 3 cases cartridges, 10 kegs powder, 4 cases lithofracteur. BOOMERANG, s.s.-Left Sydney on Thursday afternoon for Rockhampton, and is due this morning. BUNYIP, s.s.-Left the wharf yesterday at noon, taking mails and passengers for transhipment to the s.s. Leichhhardt in Keppel Bay. CHRISTINA, schooner.-Anchored off the Railway wharf , yesterday morning. She brings a cargo of timber for the Bridge works and Quarantine Buildings from Maryborough. CITY OF NEW YORK, R.M.S.--From San Francisco via Auckland with European advices to December 4;   arrived at Sydney on Wednesday last. ELAMANG, s.s.--Leaves Sydney...

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LANDS RESUMED FOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

LANDS RESUMED FOR SELECTION.   IN the Government Gazette of the 22nd ultimo there is a proclamation throwing open to selection, at the Rockhampton Land Office, about fifteen square miles resumed out of the   Balaclava Run (Mr. R. G. S. Macdonald's), and about 79¼ square miles resumed out of the Canoona No. 8, or Barmoya Run (Mr.   Atherton's) ; also, 180 acres, lately forming part of the Cawarral Gold Reserve. These lands may be selected on and after the 29th instant. The Barmoya Run is likely to attract particular attention, as some of the land is of very superior quality, well-adapted for agricultural purposes. The subjoined official descriptions of the lands in         question will be found useful :-- On Balaclava Run, about 15 square miles. Commencing on the top of Broad Mount, and bounded thence on the south by a line bearing north 70 degrees 30 minutes to the sea-coast ; thence north-we...

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THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 5. The Evening News states that Mr. Goldie   has discovered gold specimens on a river run- ning into or near Port Moresby, which he has named the "Goldie River." The spot is a   hundred miles from the port by the course of   the river, but only forty miles in a straight line from the coast. Mr. Goldie says that he will be at Port Moresby on or before May     next, to guide any party to the place, of whose departure he may previously be advised. The Government have called for tenders for the construction of two out-rigger torpedo boats. The quarter's revenue shows a decrease, as compared with the corresponding quarter of last year, of £47,000. This owing to a decrease in land revenue to the extent of £150,000. The receipts from Customs and other sources show an increase. The total revenue of the year   amounts to £5,751,871, showi...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1878. A DISCUSSION took place in the Ade- laide Parliament on the 18th ultimo, when the annual estimates for the Northern Territory were under con- sideration, which supplies some interest- ing information relative to the territory in question, and the prospects of its future settlement. It transpired during the discussion, that the estimated expenditure for the Northern Territory for the ensuing year is £30,000, and the revenue only £4500, showing an estimated dificiency on the year exceeding £25,000. The expenditure does seem excessive, con- sidering that the European population in the territory only amounts to a few hundreds of persons, and we are led to ask, what good is being done with the money ? It is now some dozen or fifteen years since the Northern Territory was handed over by the Colonial Office   in Downing-street to the South Austra- lian Government, and from year to year it has been a heavy charge upon that   co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

FIGHT SHY OF SO-CALLED TONICS and cordials which dealers vaunt as equal or superior to UDOLPHO WOLFE'S SCHIE- DAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, a peerless medicine beverage over twenty-five years in the market, and indorsed by four thousand physicians. When you ask for the Schnapps, insist upon having it, and don't be put off by pretension that something else recom- mended to you possesses the same properties and taste. IMMIGRANTS PER SCOTTISH HERO.- A few copies of the Capricornian, con- taining "Our Homeward Mail" Letter, and     FULL DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF THE ARRIVAL OF THE IMMIGRANTS, Are still on sale at the Bulletin Office, Denham- street. " For this relief, much thanks." HAMLET. SANDY BLIGHT.-Cripps' Eye Lotion is a certain cure. Sold by all store- keepers. Liberal allowance.     FEVER AND AGUE.-Cripps' Fever Cure never fails. Sold by all storekeepers. Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.- Cripps' Tonic Antibilious Pills. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN       STEAM NAVIGATION     COMPANY'S STEAM- SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIRECT.—Boomerang, Wed- nesday.   To MELBOURNE. — Boomerang will   take passengers and cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE DIRECT. — Victoria and   Yaralla, on or about Tuesday. To BRISBANE, VIA GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.—Lady Young, Tues-   day. To MACKAY.—Steamer, early. To BROADSOUND,—Steamer, early. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS.— Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, January 7, 1878. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE. THE MELBOURNE     STEAMSHIP COM-     PANY'S splendid NEW     STEAMER—   THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about FRIDAY, the ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

Shipping Intelligence.¶ ARRIVALS. JANUARY 4.—(in Keppel Bay) E. and A. Company's     R.M.S. BOWEN, 1500 tons, Captain Miller, from Syd- ney and Brisbane. Passengers—For Townsville: Miss Mary Loveday, and two in the steerage. For Cook- town : one in the steerage. For Thursday Island : Messrs. Craig, Eagles, Caston, six Europeans and seven S.S. Islanders in the steerage. For Piper Island: two in the steerage. For Singapore: Mr. and Madame     Emanuel Mendelssohn, Signor Carlo, Orlandini, Cap- tain Montoniem, Mr. C. Peacock, and one in the steerage. For Marseilles: Dr. W. H. Weddell. For   Southampton : Mr. and Mrs. Owen. For Hongkong : two Europeans and 100 Chinese in the steerage. John   Headrick and Co., agents, January 6.—LADY YOUNG, s., 421 tons, Captain W. HILL, from Brisbane via ports. Passengers--Mrs. Davies. Miss. Grey, Messrs. B. D. Morehead, M. L. A.,   B. C. Brigg, Miller, M'Gregor, H. Mackay, A. Harvey, and ten in the ste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 January 1878

CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS. , & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY- SALTERS, Importers of Patent   Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- struments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones. 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gou...

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. Mails for Brisbane, Maryborough, the Aus- tralian Colonies, etc., per Yaralla, s.s., will close this morning at nine. Mails for Brisbane, per Victoria, s.s., close this evening—for registered letters at six and ordinary letters at eight.   Mails for above places and intermediate ports, per Lady Young, s., close to-morrow morning—for registered letters at ten and ordinary letters at eleven.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

CUMBERLAND ISLANDS. ROCK AWASH NEAR k1 ISLE. MR. WM. LEVIE, Master of the s.s. "Juan," has reported to Commodore   Hoskins the existence of a rock awash—about 1 cable in extent—lying 3 miles S.E. (true) from k1 Isle. G. P. HEATH, Commander R.R., Portmaster. Department of Ports and Harbours, Brisbane, December 27th, 1877.

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European Malls—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROITE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

European Mails—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton .. .. January 26. LEAVES Rockhampton .. .. February 1.

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. ARRIVES At Rockhampton about .. January 18. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 15

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about .. February 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 29. The Melbourne-Suez mail arrives at MEL-   BOURNE about 10 days earlier, annd departs about     10 days later than the date shown in the above table.     The Californian mail arrives at SYDNEY about 8   days earlier, and departs about 10 days later.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

LADIES IN DELICATE Health will find in UDOLPHO WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM         AROMATIC SCHNAPPS a source of inexpressible relief. Its pleasant flavour adapts it to the sensitive feminine palate, and it is an excellent remedy for     uterine troubles, weak back, and debility among females. It is also highly nourishing, and admirably       compensates for the drain upon the system incident to the suckling of infants.   IMMIGRANTS PER SCOTTISH HERO.—A few copies of the Capricornian, con- taining "Our Homeward Mail " Letter, and FULL DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF THE ARRIVAL OF THE IMMIGRANTS,   Are still on sale at the Bulletin Office, Denham-   street. " For this relief, much thanks."—HAMLET.     SANDY BLIGHT.—Cripps' Eye Lotion is a certain cure. Sold by all store- keepers. Liberal Allowance.   &n...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to be—At Waterview, 2.27   inch; Cardwell, 1.10; Cashmere, 0.16 ; Junc-   tion Creek, 0.04; Georgetown, 0.3o ; Nor- manton, 1.10. At Tate River and Westwood it waa still raining, and appearances indicated rain at Banana, Millchester and Cashmere.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Enterprise, schooner, left Brisbane on 6th instant. Adelaide, barque, 435 tons, loading at London on   October 20, for Keppel Bay. Olivet, barque, 435 tons, left London on November 25. R. M. Hunter and Co., agents. Serena, barque, 500 tons, Captain W. Young, from London via Townsville ; arrived at Townsville on 1st December. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Atlantic, schooner, 260 tons, Relton, master, from Sydney. In Keppel Bay. Master, agent. Louisa Maria, schooner, 39 tons, Todd, master, from Bundaberg, discharging. Master, agent. Christina, schooner, 190 tons, Love, master, from Maryborough. Master, agent. Rockhampton, barque, 467 tons, Captain Shields, from London, discharging. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Scottish Bard, barque, 816 tons, Captain D. Kerr, cleared for London. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Scottish Hero, barque, 867 tons, Captain M'Eacharn, from london, discharging. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Sepia, barque, 696 tons, Captain J. C. Munro, loadi...

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