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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM 0UR OWN CORRESPONDENTS,] BRISBANE, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

NIAL PT?/ COLONIAL tTELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [F110M 0UU OWNlcOlinESrONEENTS.] B*isi!A>D, February 15. Mr. Hubbard waslunanimously re-elected Mayor of Brisbane tolday. Mr. George Timmi ia spending his honey- moon at Warwick. I Mr. Garrick, the nlw Secretary for Lands, was officially declare! elected at noon to-day as member for East fore ton. February 10. The body of MK I naries Campea has been found in thc Brisbai > River. 'To-day's Gazette u tifies tho appointment of Messrs. George Tl jrn and Robert Muter Stewart as Comm ssioncrs to the Paris Exposition. Mr. Ki gell, M.L.A., is gazetted a magistrate of tko t rritory. Mr. Charles Stu» t Graham is appointed, acting Clerk of Petl f Sessions at Gladstone during the absence < it leave of Mr. George White, Dr. Moran'f resignation as medical officer at Springsure i gazetted. Messrs. Janies I ¡ll (Caamboou), Albeit Wright (Nulalbin), i nd E. Turner (Moura), are appointed Sheep Proctors for the district of Banana.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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OFFICIAL MESSAGE TO AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENTS. SYDNEY, February IO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

OFFICIAL MESSAGB TO AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENTS. stromiv, February IO. 1 lie following ollici.il to-day, dated London, pcbiuary Tlie Russian anny!«; and threatens to occupj fleet enters the Dardi The fleet, however, yesterday, 'despite i Turkey. The Porto is now mi iii sentiment. Among other terms |clegrAm, received hero 14, states : lose to Ooustantmople, tho city if the English dies. entered the Dardanelles protest made by Russian than English ; Russians demand a portion of Bessarabia, which it is anticipated may involve comp] étions between that country and Austria a d Roumania.

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for Gladstone, Bundaberg and Mary- borough, per Lady Young, will close this evening-for registered letters at six, and ordinary letters at eight.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports for the forty-eight hours cndingat nja.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to he-At Rockhampton, 0-12 inch ¡ Gladstone, 0-12 ; Marlborough, 0-92; St. lawrence, Oil; JvTelw 0'39; Mackay, 1 "05 ; Clermont, 0T)8 ; Banana, 0-17 ; AVestwood, 0-94; Junction Crock, <HC ; Creen Creek, 7'47 ; Normanton, 1*26; Cashmere, 0-53; Georgetown, 013'. Gilbert River, 3'39 ; Kimberley, 1 07. '

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MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. THE following is the hst of Justices' ¡pr attendance at tho Police C'uurt during thc week:-Monday, 18.-Mr. J. Macfarlane; Tuesday, 10- Messrs. P. F. Macdonald and R. H.Q. Macdonald: Wednesday, 20- Messrs. John Murray and \V. Pattison ; Thursday, 21 -Messrs. A. J. Richardson ¡mdM. 8. Rundle; Friday, 22-Messrs. H. W. Risien and ]J. Salmond ; Saturday, 23-Messrs. (J, B. Shaw and J, Stevenson,

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List of Sheep Owners in Port Curtis District, 31st December; 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

ÍLixl of /Sheep Owners fu Pori Curtis District, 31*t Dice nba; 1S7C. rOwners. I\ F. Macdonald, AV. Jagor, Mamy'i Holmes and Gaden W. Young, Mount J. Harper, Avondajj F. Lawrence, liver] 1!. Duncan, Coolan \Jjmeapps Lagoon No. of Sheep. 053 150 273 ... 11,7C0 39 ..; 50Ö 207 j», j-muco-u, uooiarai . J. S. Boll, Dungarc i . F. Morton and Co., Prairie Jerrard Brothels, S oniaCreek... J. Y. Bartholomew, Goganio ... F. Ii. Holder, Duel »alla. Martin Brothers, I on Creek ... J. Cadell, Kroonib t . ]{. E. Lorcll, Cane ma . A. J. Callan, Yaar ha . Murray Brothel's, 'itzroy Park.. W. H. Holt, Glen] raine... 207 ,091 ,100 ,720 ,855 330 440 755 700 ,700 602 !,132 The resignation of Mr. Frank Beardmore aa a niemiier of thc IJoi rd was read. A letter was also 'ead from Mr. Albert A. Wright, inquiring ' -nether Kio station, near ( j.iinsfoi d, in thc Ita kliainpton Police District, was also within tl e Marsupials District of Rockhampton. Thc Chairman, in reply to a question, Btatcd that iio reply ...

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A DARK TARGED AT STROUD. (Correspondent S. [?], February 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

A DARK THAGi T STROUD. fComtpomlevt 8. Jfj/AfiM, Ftbruan/ fl.) SINCE Australia, lias lecnfi known, never, I believe, bas suck a ref ilsivo tragedy darkened thc liages of its histor , tliiSi that enacted on Friday last, the I t iifctant, at Booral wharf, about six or s veil miles from Stroud. On Friday evening tl town was thrown into a state ot iiidcscriba e excitement when a horseman galloped will y into our midst witli thc awful news upa his lips, "Dreadful murder ; an old man I utrilly murderod ; bis wife murdered and li nit to ashes." Mr. Thomas Lellman, P.M at once telegraphed to tile Myall for the c «stables who were at that place to return to Stroud, and also tele- graphed to Dugong foi a constable. To-day (Saturday) the body < rho murdered man, and such ashes of the ' afortúnate woman as could lie collected from bet fire, were brought into Stroud, in order th t jm inquest might bc held on thc remains. I -om thc accompanying evidence, given at th inquest, you will, ...

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List of owners who have paid assessment under Brands Act in St Lawrence District, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

Lint of omicra mho Jimmi* Ari in Â'i ham paid asxwinwnl tni'Ier Laurene*1 JJiëtrict, 1S7<¡. Owners. No. of Stock (rattle). Gilchrist, Watt, and Co., Leich- hardt Down. TTS W. .lcssoj), Lot« Creek. John Shannon, f dt Bush Park... Ch. Hayes, Uart man . ¡S. Harker, Botin -ambo,, .r." ... Thomas Gilham,|iookVood' ... Henry Schncidcrfcnnnor's Hange .). H. Wilkiiisoii,fcamoii Park C. H. Paine, Colljoy . .J. T- Wallace, Kilarney L'otherstonc ... M'Kellar & Holt, _ Vi'. K. Peherdy, C iroorah Horace Chase, Gir ah . 0. C. Beardmore, ' 'ooloombah .. Vi'. Hatfield, Kt. Li ivrcncc SVW. O'Brien, St. L wrencc 1H, Conner, Talagi . _/Vi. Hawkins, St. L «renee ¡S* Philiji Talhot, Salt rater Creek.. J. A. Macartney, \ 'averley vAnderson & Timmi s, Lilyvale.., John Cooke, St. La irencc T. V. 'J agg, St. Lax renee i Gerard and Dodson, Carangarra ^Christian &Co., Wi ingie 1,1130 1,(100 ilO'J SCO 700 10! 1,01«) 8,3«) 3,000 1.2.10 4S7 3,,r)80 1,000 SIR 007 70 0,500 6,373 ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

miPPWa INTELLIGENCE. FRDMURY17.-LADY YOUNO, «., 421 tons, Captain W. HUI, from BriBHano via ports. I'aKaongcri*-Mr». Ewin, Mm. .lackiinii, Mm. T. Higson, Ml«» S. Ilolierts, Kitas M'Alpin, Ur. Sabnonil, Masara. Falkner, Vf Jack, J. Tandy, E. F. Holnij d, K, Nott, KadclinV, 11. Barker, O'Mhauosy, alni seven in tho steerage. Wouil and Wood, agunta. February 17.-JAMES VATIÏltSOX, s.s., 520 tons, Contain G. M. Wynn, from Kydney direct. l'uNNeugura -M1B» Wooil, Mr. 1». Mlnon, and two in tho »tranige. Wood and Wood, agents.

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

SHIPPING MOVKMKNTO. BPOT7P, s.s.-Left the wharf ycsfcorday .it non», Utting tho northern maila and thc following pusse» Ë8T8 for transhipment to the s.s. lígmont fu Keppel i lay:-Messrs. E. G. Fleintniiig, Falkner, and tun in I steerage. BOOMERANG, e.fl.-Left for Sydney direct on Saturday morning at 7 80. BRISBANE, R.M.8.-Now at Sydney, will leave Moreton Bay, on Thursday, February 28, for Singa- pore and Hongkong via the usual ports of call. BOWEN", R.M.S.-According to the lime-tahlo would leave (Singapore on Tuesday, tho fith instant, for this port, with malla from England, via Brindisi, td the date of January A. CITY OF SYDNEY, IUI.S.-From San Francisco Tia usual port«, ls due at Sydney to-day. ELAMANG, s.s.-Left Cooktown on Saturday afternoon for southern ports. EGMONT, A.B.-Left Brisbane for'northern ports on Saturday morning, and was due in Keppel Bay last night LADY BOWEN, s.s.-Leaves Brisbane to-morrow at lp.m. for Rockhampton vlâ porte. LADY YOUNG, s.s.-Takes her departure ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

(A. special charge is mode for consignees' announce* menta In thin column.] February 17.-Lady Young, from B rf si ratio via ports : 32 packages drug«, 19ft package» gnu'eiius, 3(17 packages wines, spirt tn, and boora, 4 lulen corks, i* ualf-cuests tea, 13 hags rice, 8 autan kerosene, 401 h.ig* malee, 10 caaes clothes pees, 200 bags Htigar.3cai.es icc, 3 bundles Wire, G rolls leather, 3 packages iron, 8 bags flour, 7 cases fruit, fl cases glassware, 71 lugs wilt, 2 bags oysters, 37 packages Bundries, and transhipments for the north. Ex Lady young, s. : 20 canea «almorí, l cas© cream of tartar, 1 case tartaric acid, 10 ca.su; pickltu, 2 'casos vestas, 4 casan sago, 5 l»i>xes «tareh, Ci cases clothes pegs, I cane sundries, Cherry and Ijowry. En Lady Yountr, s.: 1 case cheese, .T. W. Power. Ex Lady Young, s. : 1 case Ice, 3 cases fruit, .1. Hart. Ex Lady Young, s.: 1 parcel, 1 case, W. Hopkins, Ex Lady Young, B. : 15 boxes soap, 100 bags sugar, Acheson and Allen. Ex Lady Young, e.: 6...

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MARSUPIALS DESTHUCTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

MARSUPIALS DESTHUCTJOX ÜOÁIID. A >i KUTI M: of IheBmirdof Directors appointed miller thc pro vi sifcn Ö of thc Marsupials Lruetion Act wal held in thc Court-houHu, on Saturday, atlwcltc o'clock. Tlic following members Avere present:-Messrs. W. Pattison (Chairman). -1. Macfarlane, M.L.A., John Archer, lie previous meeting Mere Mulray, and Thomas Tho uiiniitCB of t| read ¡ind confirmed Tho Kecrutury .eoiTeapimdence, wh "St. 1. "Sir,-We, them in tho llroadsouwl irnduecd t!ie following rea tl ; Ulli January 187S. ilersi^ncd owners of cattle district, remarking thc Kteps taken liy yolir Board, at their first nicotina held at lld I^pccinbcr Inst, anti jckhampton on thc 24th notice of motion * tu levy an as-scssil on all cattle depa|ti protest against consider that it ia action in thin dist) districts fur wli wau initiated ; ami given to ohtain an niJi-hoMcrs, many that it is nut tu the soc the Act enforcei tlie time or oppor taking purtiu a matte] their interests.-\V diently, M. and J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime . Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended ljy the faculty for Oonsumptiou, and all Diseases of Debilfty; free from any un- pleasant taste orsmtll. ELUOTT BROS., & Co., WhoIcBalo agents, Brisbane. Elliott ¡Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In tra moats, Trussed Eta; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chomtcals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bonesj 110 and 112, Prtr-STnKET, SVDNEY, and BlISBANB. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Irou Cove, Bajmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly reconmonacd by thc Faculty, and acknowledged to bojthc purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced I it is tho best restorative for the young, woak,!auil aged ; it strengthens the whole system, aol stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, Fe...

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THE MORNING BULLETIN ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1878. THE Marsupials Destruction Act does not give promise of becoming a very useful measure. Those who cried out so persistently ! ir legislation on this subject allege tha the failure of the Act wilt not rest wit them ; that they all through contend« i that the destruction of marsupials was a national work ; and that the stock-owi ers of the whole colony should be laid inder contribution to carry it out. I ad this course been taken, they alleg , the tax would have been little felt, ai i no one could fairly complain of its urdensomeness. But now, by making t e Act permissive the burdens it impose! fall unfairly upon thc districts in whi h action is taken ; while in some of them, at least, the greater nun ber of stocHpwners' have only an indirect interest in thc abatement < f the plague. The Central Districts of the colony have been by far the greatest sufferers, but only in one of t em has an assessment yet been actual! levied: whil« .» ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

INSURANCE OF WOOL. Tiffi undersigned arc prepara! to cflcct INSCRANCK OF WOOL flinn sheep's back to Ijniitloni Mclliournc, or Sydney. M ACUEliMOTT «ROTH ICRS, Quay-street. * ÜVIClíTO^lOTIlERSI-Are you broken XX. iuyourreptbyasickchililsufrcringwith tlic pain of cutting teeth? (io at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mus. WINSLOW'S SOOTIIIKO Svuur. It will relievo tho poor sufferer immediately, lt is perfectly harmless and pleasent to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and thc little cherub awakes "as bright as a button." lt smithes thc chilli, it softens thc gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is thc best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething er other causes. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicino dealers everywhere at ls. IJd. per bottle. Manu- factured at 4!l3 Oxford Street, London. TilLOHILIKlü!-FouTiutTKiiTii AMI BREATH IJ -A few drops of the liquid " Florilino " ...

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CALENDAR—[?]—FERBUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

I CALENDAIt-OAM'Allï-I'EUllUAHV. j Ti nra. DAV t; MraoniKni MOON'S AGI: u,T), "."(,,,. ft at ll. Hal' Mon .. TS 1. 010 12-.U Till'» ..ll). OT>S 1-2Ü Weil ..30. I ll 2'0 Thurs i!l. »-:io 2"j4 Fri.... 22 ;. 3'1S 3J2 Kat .. 53 !. 11-24 ».ill. 4 (1 4 :10 Sun .. 21 jSoxugc«iina Sun Last tlunr. i ii f. lu ' TÍic tiilciTroali tli, iir fitll nt thc l'ilôt Statioii, Keppel Bay, 2li. 4t|n. earlier ; alni nt lEnt-knaiiipttm Sum. later tuan UiiAmun* liliuwn in thu abuve tallie.

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THE FALU OF PLEVNA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

THE FALU OF PLEVNA. Tim coi-respondcnt o thc Daily Sacs senda a long hut graphically rritton narrative of this important event. V liave not space for the entire letter, aud thc eforc re-produce it in a I condensed fomi : For the last three < r four days the weather j had hceu dauvp and c ld, with heavy, broken clouds threatening r in, and about noon on December !) the clotUs thickened, and tho dark masses discharge themselves iu the first snowstorm of the sel on. By fl o'clock thc ground was quite wli ¡e, and the appearance of the country had co lnlotely changed. The huts of the Hussian e libers were soon white, thc soldiers thcniBclvc i going about joyously, sonic cooking their di: ucrs, others gathered m groups, singing at tl 3 top_ of their voices a welcome apparently U the hrst snowfall. Kow and then thc boom of a sun, mufflctl and indistinct like alow ( tiwi, «roko the stillness as it caine through thi snow-laden air. A spy announced that Osma i had issued three days...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

lfROGRESS-PREMIER < J rent »fmnlitritv -intrinsic merit, thc HoSlK COMPANION. It since the llrst shipment arrived ; HU really líoort, tl mt there are Coin] >nni ni in «old hi 4liiuon«land I>1<1 of imy utlier Hand Kinvhig rrild hiiccLVfi i!xiiati*t«d «ur stork "t Mv have now ii good «upjtly nm! The great coniiuuiptnm Jins ikin^ a luipi rontraet with the lowvr rate than fomiiTly, wlm-h 'o tile retail price to Foiif Pott inls tcnuriiuratu thc good points lo hetter. We will give a irent lownnhip to any ¡n Mchines aro already hi uluiiy. Liberal discount to Store i" »t Co., SOLI; AGUMS, BRISLIAM;. I^OR MEDICAL PURPOSES. Tho "Malic law" except« fi om prohihition Hpivituoiiü li(|ii<#r4 for medicinal purposes. Vet tho truth ÍH that lh# common I upi ors of commerce thus favourahly exceptai are pmnunous to the «ich, A pure stimulant wisely medicated with tonie aiul alterative vegctnlile agents in what the Meal; und feel rio need, mid it Im« heirn provided...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 February 1878

Tuesday, To BRISBANE, vi, MARYBOROUGH, day. ? To MAfflSAY. - Y< To BÖ^DSOUND. To COOKTOWN Jt Ni Passenger and carj ?teamer Bunyip on mail steamer in Kap; WOO Rockhampton, Fcbi To SYDNEY DIRECT. -| about Wednesday. To MELBOURN^ take passengers andcargl at Sydney, I I To BRISBANE DIBECTl-Elamang, about USTRALASIAN NAVIflATlON [Y'S STEAM ?Tames Paterson, !-Junes Paterson viii to be transhipped [LAPSTONE and ly Young, Tucs I early, fionec, carly. JTHERN PORTS. »ill be forwarded by inday next, to meet \ Bay. ;-WO0D, Agents. f 18, 1878. FOR SYDNEY }#A BRISBANE. MELBOURNE fíAMSHIP COM splendid NEW ! NCE, 9N WHARF for NE, on FRIUAY booked for Mel JOHN DRICK t CO., Agonts. FOR LOÎ DIRECT. THE AAI CIÍ0PER BARQUE SCOTTÍH HERO, 607 Tons REGISTER, I ATTAIN N. M'EACIIARN. above vessel is now loading for London, .ring made the fastest bnlrecord, shippers may let! speedy delivery of '1st portion of her cargo ; sho Mill have quick Wool Freights : fi, dlean, fd. Greasy. Has accommodate a f...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

VICTORIA. MELBOUUIÍE, February 18. Mr. Francis has bc cn numerously requis! - tioncd by tho electors < f Warrnambool to stand (or that electorate in i ie event of Sir Janies M 'Culloch's probable r signation. Lady Bowen is serioi sly ill. Later. At thc Ballarat Indi striai Exhibition Ban- quet to-day, theGover lor, in "referring to the crisis, reiterated his il tentiou of observing a strict neutrality in pol Sics, and to'do for Slr. Berry what he hod dono for Sir James M'Culloch. Mr. Cuthbert, in rep ring on behalf of thc Council, said that a sol tion of tie difficulty would lie for thc Comic 1 to take up thc Pay- ment of Members Bill which had been laid aside. This they coul I do without loss of honour, and thc deadlock would thus be ended, public creditors maid, and many civil servants reinstated.

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