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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

NEW SOUïlH WALES. I »-»NEY, February IS. Tlie ship Lammen lias arrived with 2500 cases of gun-cotton amil other munitions of war. j Tile Cutty Sark has jarrived with a quantity of torpedo stores, and/300 men have been de- tached to man the fortifications. AU thc forts are comiccted hy tclem-apli wire. Thc A.S.K. Co. ha c purchased thc steam- ship Ocean/ and oj sued a regular lino of f steamers between Sy ney and Hongkong. j Continuous rain ha i fallen herc. Potatoes / have declined 20s. po: ton. j

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BEISBANE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

I (FIIOM OUIt OWN COnilESrONDEST.) j THE critical posit] ion of England tn relation to the war in Tut tey has evidently had an effect upon the 1 ouglas Government, who have despatched M »sra. Cracknell and Hassall to Sydney to pure lose such warlike stores as are considered desi able, provided, of cutirse, that they arc obtai mille. A purchase has just been made in Hy ney of 80,000 rounds of Snider ball cartrid ;e, and various other kinds of ammunition and stores arc being procured. You will liavc been advised by telegram of the manner in which thc (lovemmcut are ex- pending the votes if last session in guns, am- munition, &c.,and the information »ced not be repented bore. Thc Itoy.il Commission on the question of connecting thc southern railway with navigable water has had three sittings, but thc lirst was only of a preliminary character, ai nu: sitting yesterday. Mr. H. C. Stanley, Com- missioner for l'ailways, described to the Coin mission a proposal ¿nade by Mr. Nisbet, ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALIFORNIA MAIL NEWS. (Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

CAUFOIiKÍA WA IL NEKS. A MAIHiiAiii: between Princess Hcatricc, thc youngest daughter of har Majesty thc Queen of langland, and Williall, Prince of Orange, heir apparent of the Kine of thc Netherlands, is contemplated. T Tile Hussiau war cxpcirccs to dale amount to «0,000,000 roubles, anil thc Imdgcl shows a deficiency of (iOO,000,(X)d roubles. Thc Spanish Cabinet Bas untitled to thc French <¡oveninient thtt Hie ex-Qu cen ' Isabella will never lie pcm ittcd to return lo j Spain, aa she is supposed t' bc iusauc. j Thc released Fenian prisoners received a j torchlight procession in their honour at Jlublin, when 'J0,000 persoi s were present. The Italian Parliament b;i * voled the sum of 4,000,000 francs for the diction of a nmT- ¡ ment to the memory of 1 'ielor immanuel, j which will l>c placed in thc 'anthcon. ! At a Home Kulc Coi ferciicc, held at I Dublin, Mr. Wigger, M.I'., s lpported a résolu- ! lion to thc efl'ect that shou 1 thc question of | intervention in Haste...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

COLONIA. V TELEQBAMS. QUE! (FBOM OD« OVíjv' COÏlEESro$'DEKTS.] hüDiiuNF, ÏVjuruary J8. Timm has been heavy rain Jicre «ince Satur- day, but the weather affords a prosnect of clearing to-night, I / "i : I The dcpai-turc af Ubp Ijady ,Bow«h has been postponcil untu (Wednesday, in con- sequence of the raiu. I v The Tort Darwin line is interrupted at a point north of Tonnabt's Creek. A hopper barge was launched from SincIbVs j ard for thc Government to-day.

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CABLEGRAMS. [[?]EUTERS MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

I CABLEGRAMS. inHCTBKSMWS840BS.) (LONDON, February J 5. In the House of ( ommons, thia afternoon, tho Chancellor of tl e Exchequer eîatcd, in reply to a question, liât thc Porte refuses io ? allow British troops o be landed atConstanti uople ; tliat the Bril i sh fleet had nevertheless proceeded through t ic Dardanelles unopposed ; ami that the Cove muent believed the fleet hod now reached Cc wtantinople. Sir Stafford Kort icotc also stated that in reply to thc objectio > of the British Govern- ment to the propoi id military occupation of Stamboul by Russia Prince Gortschakoff hod offered the asam-anci that the occupation was of a pacific cbaracK -, Thc relations beti eon Austria and Russia, said thc Chancellor, arc extremely critical.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS -for intermediate ports, per Lady Young, e., close this morning at eight. Mans for Brisbane, tho Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Fiji, per Elamang, s.s., olose this evening-for registered letters at six and ordinary letters at eight.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reportB ending at 9 a.m. yesterday «tated thc rainfall to he-At Cardwell, 0 C5 inch ( Rockhampton, 0 02 ; Marlborough, 1-83; St. Lawrenoc, 310; Nebo, 0-90; Mackay, 0'74 ; Bloomsbury, 2'7t ; Westwood, 0-05 ; Bowen, 1-40 ; Ravenswood, 0-30 ; Townsville, 0'88 ; Waterview, 2-77 ; Cash- mere, 0-43 j Junction Creek, 1-32 ; George- town, 0-47 ; Gilbert River, 0-05; Creen Creek, . 0't25; Normanton, 0'90; Kimberley, 1*23. It was raining at "Thornborough, Brisbane, Marlborough, Mackay, Flat-top Island, Bloomsbury, Herbert River, and Cardwell. At most of the other stations appearances indicated rain.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

CUMVOtlXli-V ItOl'TK. ARRIVER at Rockhampton about.. Matth 8. WAVES Rockhampton nlwut .. February 20. X3T The Melbourne-Sucr. mail arrives at MKT. HO "JUNE abont IO dava earlier, and departs alinut 10 day H later tlian the dat« sho*vn in the ntinve tattle. Toe Californian mail arrives at SYDNEY about li dayl* suiter, atti deporta about io daffi later.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

comtBpciAL, THE James Paterson brings Sydney files to Tuesday last. Wt quote from the Herald : A quiet day «as passed in thc import markets. Breadstuffs were in trade request at full rates. Flout strong at £1415s., to £15 for best, Cs. 2d. tolOs. Cd. for wheat, against Ss. 8d. in Melbourne. The Adelaide markets are reported to have an easier tone, in con- sequence of the VeVsels loading for England having nearly alli their freight engaged. Candles are uueteally, and cannot now lie quoted higher than] 9Jd. to flgd. for leading brands. Dark braddy of second quality is receiving attention, and is firm at about 7s. j extreme rates asked for Marten's, with a com- paratively bare market. Sardines are looking up, but up to the present have not realised what would cover {present cost prices in France, with charges]added. Dried ling and white herrings are inquired for nt full values. The attendance at Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin's wool sala to-day was equal to the average of late. Co...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-1S7S. TORRES STI1AITS ROITI!. I ARRIVES nt Rockhampton .. .. Fchntnry 23. ! LEAVES Rockhampton .. Marchi. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

but tho Machine already moro Hon] mmitlry tiinti ut"1 Machine. 'Jilin nenin and again ; plenty mort! to , Ton íShilIiiuí*. of tho Machine local reference tcmUiip pureba* every part of th« keepers. ALVUKP NH. RAPIO f ROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION! Orentjwmilaritv -Intrinsic merit. Reduce* Price ol tim HOM Ii COMPANION', lt la only n few moiitw since thc Arni NlLÎ|)ini?iit arrivurt ; «...i * m nully good, that there, uro Companion*) Bold in Queensland »M «f «ny other H«nd Hewtne rapid Hueco** exhausted our Ntoek "Tit ive Ii«vt* now a tsooâ mippïy mid Ci vp. Tho Kre.it contiumption hat* aldin; a larjru ron tract with tho rate th:in formerly, which enahles us to redie thc retail price ti> V* . ill note id* ruto tho pood point* ? Hitter. W'O Mill Í-ÍV ttiHhip to f it Co., SOLE AGENTS, IIHJSIUNE. ATRIPLE ALLIANCE.-Thc pul il ir, tile medica! profession, and tho leading ehemintw of America are «naiimiqtttdy of opinión tJiîtt UDOLPHO WOLFKS SCHIKDAM AltOMATJC .HCHXAPPX in the purest n»d he-it...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADEL[?]IDE, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

SOUTH AOTEAUA. AAELIÍDE, February 18. Thc JtcnisOr reckons wie averago yield of wheat this season wflí bo seventy-three or seventy-four bushels [tm nero, leaving one hundred and fifty thousan tons available for shipment. 1

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

WKLDQUnXE-BIJliZ ROUTE. ARRIVEfiatnn&uimptnnniiout.. M.uvliS. LEAVES nocklnunjitou »bout .. Mindi 12.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

SHtPPWG INTELLIGENCE. FEBRUARY 17.- (In Keppel Bay) EflMONT, s.s., 450 tom, Captain H. tt'eblier, I om Sydney ria Brisbane. Passengers-Mn. C. Walu oenJ, Min. 1'. F. Mac- donald, Mm. 1. Cameron, *! SH Lodgo, Miss 1. Hyiiu, Miss R. Duamond. Messrs. ' Wlittuhoad, I'. I". Mac- donald, M.L.A., Ii. Mibnan C. Russell, J. M'Uaciiem, J. Cameron, I). C. Camen u, and six in tue steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. nnr-AR NTRB. February 17.-(From Kc ipel, Bay) EGMONT, s.s, *M ton«, Captain H. WeW* r, loi Cooktown via jiorts. Passengers-Mire E. Flay, Maure. 1>. Minon, li. G. Flemming, H. H. Lucas, falkner, ten in thc steerage, and through p&ssaepgera. *¡Vood and Wood, agents.

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. BUNYIP, H.S.-Leaven the wharf to-morrow mom fog, taking ¿he southern mails and passengers for transhipment to the s.a. Elamang in Keppel Bay. BOOMERANG, s.s.-From tilts port, ls duo at Sydney to-morrow night. BOWEN, n.M.8.-With tho mails from England, tia Brindisi, to the date of January 4, is due ofT Cooktown to day. BURNETT, s.s.-From Bundaberg passed into Keppel Bay yesterday morning. BRISBANE, R.M.S.-Now nt Sydney, will loare Moreton Bay, on Thursday, .February 2S, for Ninga pore and Hongkong via tile usual porte of call. CITY OF RVDNEV, H.M.K.-From Snn Francisco Yi&ueoal porta, woe due nt Hyrtney yesterday. CRINOLINE, schooner.-Mondine at Maryborough for the north ; probably for Hockuainpton. ELAMANG, s.s.-Left Townsville at noon jester- ! day for Bowen. WWONT, s.s.-Cleared Keppel Bay on Sunday night, and is due at Bowen to-day. FREDDY, schooner.-From Marlborough arrived In the river yesterday. She brings 01,03) feet sawn 1 nonwrood and pine, and 150...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

IMPORTS* J (A «pedal charge Is made for consignees' announce- ment* in Ulla column.] Ex James Paterson, s.s.: 27 cases fruit, F. Finberg.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

OHrnOBTLL'S Syrups, Lime Tran, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the iacultyNfar Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; freo from any un- pleasant taste or small. ELLIOTT linos., & Co., Wholesale agents, Bldsbace. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS,! Importers of I'atent Medicines, Druggists .Sundries, Surgical In truments, Trusses, IKtc. ; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturen!' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bouc Dust, and Crushnd Bones, i HO and 112, Prr^smBirr, STONES-, and BRISBANE. Chemical Works atid Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be thc purest aud cheapest tonic yet introducedt it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, anti stimulates thc appetite, ?nd is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumati...

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CALENDAR—JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

j CALENDAR-JANUARY-fEUUL'Aur. j 2í :-S«X;igcsïui;i Nun 3Uin. later Iban maimuru slr lill!-' i thu uliovc tu Mc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

SADDLlîilY & FJÏtfCY GOODS WAKE HOUSE. HROBOTTOM, KADDtun ASI> IUUNKSS . MAKEII, Iirliorter of English aiul Colonial Made Saddlcfy and Fancy Goods, JND TOBACCOHIST, Wlliam-strcet, ndAining Kentish Amis, llockBunpton. JATM MRIHJK d RTEWAltT J LATE MEfCLE & XTKWAÎÎT LATE.MEIK1.I AND STEWAHT LATE ni Etti LE AND KTEWAKT LATE M1SIK1Î. AND 8TIÍWAUT IHlAl'Kl&t ClyOTHIKIl l)]¡AI'EI¡f& t:i/)Tilli:ii DliAl'Elf & OljOTlllElt ui!Ariiis& cim'iuuii /ld' Country qjrders imiH'tually and uutif jflly executed THE |XC11ANG12, EJ^ST STII1!I:T. CHOW LANDS SALIC. rpHF folhvwiife LOTS OF LANI) will he J. offered forïalc hy public auction, nt the iiudcrniciitioiied idaee, nt 11 o'clock on thu day speoitied, at tte upset price affixed to each lot respectively. *fl>cposit, 20 per cent.) Thc Deed, Survey, and Assurance Fees will he charged according to thc scale established hy the Act and licgulations. MAI.Ii AT THE COUKT-HOI SE, I'Ol.'T KENNEDY, THURSDAY ...

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THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. THE BRITISH WAR MINISTER ON ENGLISH HONOUR AND ENGLISH INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878

ms SITUATION IN EUROPE. -V TUE BRITISH WAK MUJISTEK ON ENGLISH HONOUR AN» EKyi.ISH INTJiltKSTS. Mu. HAIIIIV made al s)iooch on WuihiLAila night which will ho read with very great interest anil with vet ' different feelings. In saying this wc are Milking particularly of those passages in Mi Hardy's speech which referred to thc w r, to the position of England, and to thc duties of thc Govern- ment. He said, anio; g other things : " We have to looli to that which, when I first mentioned it ir the carly period of last session, and vcnturei to say a few words upon tlie subject, was cal sd the gospel of selfish- ness. I ventured to say we ought not to dmw thc sword except I ir British interests, for British honour, and British dignity ; that wc ought not to draw thc sword as crusaders; tliat we ought not to draw it wantonly or unnecessarily ; that it was a crime to do so. We hail not Hie righ ; in our views of govern- ment-if we said th s government of another country was not car; ¡eu on ...

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