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THE FAIL OF PLETNA. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878
THE FAIL QF\LE\'KA. 7 (Concluded.') ^ BoJti.armies were watchinanot more than SOO I yWuV apart, with anns in ïheir hands, for tho Russian infantry had gradually moved down : toward the bridge. Finally General Skoboleff stammered out, " Is there/auyljody you would like to see ?-[pause]-with whom did you / wish to speak?-[pause]/-Is there anything C. -1 [pause]-What th* devil is the matter /1 with the mau ? Wiry doJ't he speak ?" blurted out the General, in English. Tefik Bey remained impassive. iBsecms he is singularly and habitually taciturn, but his extreme taciturnity on this occasion was partly owing to emotion, in spite of thé steady, inflexible front ho maintained. " Gcneiol Ganetsky is in com- mand here. lie will bl herc prescutly, in caso you should like to s]tak to bim," General Skobcleff finally observed. Telik Bey simply nodded. "Osman GJozi has made a most brilliant and glorious ¡Jefence," said as officer. "We esteem highly iis soldierly character." The Turk gazed steadil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878
(shipping: Announcements. . AUSTRALASIAN KAM NAVIGATION INY'S STKAM To SYDNEY DIRECT* - James Paterson, on or about Wedna To MELBOURNE.-?-James Paterson will take passengers and cargo to bc transhipped at Sydney. I To BRISBANE DIRECT. -Elamang, Wcd Wednesday, To BRISBANE, VIA GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.!- Lady Young, This Morning, Tooday, «t 9. fMACKAY. - Yaralla, early. JSROADSOüND.-7-Tinonee, carly. COOKTOWN ft HORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail (teamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD 4 WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, February 19, 187S. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE. THE MELBOURNE ! STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S splendid NEW STEAMER THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for I SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about THURSDAY, the 28th instant. Freight and passengers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle. JOHJT HEADKICK. & CO., Agents. FOR LONDON DIRECT. I CLIPPER BARQUE HERO, 807 TONS REawrfc, CAPTAIN N. M'EACHARN. laTTOE above vessel is now...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 February 1878
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1878. THE full text of the judgment of the Privy Council on thelappeal of George Henry Davenport vi the Queen, from the Supreme Court of Yhis colony, was received in Brisbane py the Suez mail last week. This case,] it will be remem- bered, was one of a ntimber of actions of ejectment from Crown lands alleged to have been occupied under the con- ditional purchase provisions of the Land Acts, but without those provisions having been fulfilled. The cases were instituted during thc Verm of office of the late Mt. Stephens, as Minister for Lands, and were conducted by Mr. Griffith, as the legal representative? of the Government. The fact of Mr. Davenport being sub- jected to costly arid protracted litigation provoked pretty ;eneral expressions of disapproval at th time, as the avowed object of the act on was to prevent the fraudulent acquisi ion of land by grasping monopolists whe had no intention of turning it to a better purpose than that of a sheep-walk ; whilst i...
THE NEWLY[?]SEN POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
&lt; ? rWt A'Kfí'LY-rJiysiilí POPE. I o) Tiiintftiv Popu should! have liecn chosen : £V4LVdtffrici-ordiii£ to cistoin. Thu ICnglitdi JYcss wâWiigagcd in dit Musing thc question \\,],.?!. thc hist I-1ÎLÎI left. " The Pirna vctnavks :-' *hc Next election of ft l'une viii not he sn much influenced its formerly hy the desin j of thu Continental Noveivigns. With thc possihlc exueption of Spain, the Papacy is &lt; issatisfietr with all of them, or thc oumtviei they represent; hut thin ci mi instance- will favour, rather than otherwise, tho election of an X 'llramuntane t1. l'une, who, unfettered , wi li look for his V political opportunities i i thc distractions and ^* conflicts of political pat ic«. ft appears idle to pjicculatc as to wh( anion y he (-ardiuals will I* thc next IV]ic. j Thu election of a 1 Vpe is secret; it is cmidnjted within waïled-up doors, and hy a procass of exhaustion; tho voting is ly ballot, aid repeated daily until two-thirds of Ike, cardinals pre...
FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
FACTS AS I) HCtlAl'H. (/.Vom td Paper«.) '('tunis. Ml A LAD namoi] l'eivy (Jail has committed suicide) front of au approachini Railway (Victoria), w' being severed from li bave been subject tu young girl named Chi-, had written stating hil suicide. Sir .) ulitis Vogel, 1i'.r)i1h Century, advoca! and force the reductia in this country, fcelind they would be more bring iu larger retui ?lulius, the average of| by each unit of thc j: tlMl4t, but in the ! cj/uïn'cs it rises to 1 *2 ".Temple liar, thoij Iiosition, is tobe prese jondou. An Englisl city of London lauds c the city architect to removed to a vacant j don-road, * where it ultimate destination upon. The external si with a view to thc futur bar on sonic Bite to be ll of the Court of Comnm] *' His Excellency Jlobftrl Toint Men a name for thc many lu in thc saddle, and dur" North-West Coast Ile which few men won Having to return hun* his Excellency started] morning last, and by nearly 100 miles. Ht half at Emu Day, and and was thus...
THE TRUE VALUE OF PASTORAL LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
TUB TRUE VAIAJEJiF PASTORAL LAWQS. . A cORiiHsvoNDENT'W blio 8. M. Herald enters upon au olabofale rel ltation of thc allêgatioiis made by Mr. M'151 lone aa to the value of pastoral land. Thc ritcr, a Mr. John Kelly, who dates from " \recongbar, Bourke," is evidently well acqu intod with bis subject, and wc therefore ina c sonic extracts from the lotter. The writer r miarke : Mr. M'Klhonesay :-"From my knowledge of thc country, I ass rt that the whole of the public estate is %yoltli a rent of 3d. peracrc, per year." This ia a random assorti«~H,nt one calculated to gain credence among who live on or neal the best of our lands, and ibo have never see! the interior. Take, for ample, thc Alli rt District ; it contains .?15,4011,700 acres; of these how many are there to-ilny under steele, .nd there is not one single acre of available lai d in it unoccupied. In plain truth, it is tax xl at this moment beyond its ability to keep li: : in thc stock in it to thc cud of the season-s y throe m...
SIR GEORGE GREY AND THE MAORI KING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
SIR GEORGE GR '!Y AND THE MAORI \ UNG. j AN interesting accomit of tlie recent interview between tito Pram] Tawliiao, t!io Moor Auckland Jh-raltl, ' abridged. After breakfast il made bu* Tc Kopu; Slieebau, Mr. Marshall W (an English barriste' and .Mr. Hi-own (M ether c-iuoe of Low there rowed up tile (he visitors, with r 011 horseback, the p Wiieoro. The ride enjoyable, and tlieS] fast. After riding sight of thc mut |cr of New Zealand and King, is supplied by thc hick wc append, slightly the morning a start was Sir tíeorge &lt;jrcy, Mr. il, Mr. Geach a visit to this country}, |U.JÎ.), went to where the r Waikato was lying, and .iver. Thc remainder nf lout 100 natives, started rty being in charge nf Tc ip the country was very ?tories made the pace very a few miles wc came in tftudiiious tents nf tin Kingites, pitched oiittlie plain surrounded by undulating country. 1 Hut before riding up to the place of the ' nccting, all those who went by laud from Al&lt; candra halt...
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
./.POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAIM for tlio Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Fiji, per Jamos Paterson, s.s., close this morning at niue. Mails, for St. Lawrence ami Nebo, per Tinonee, s.s., close-for registered letters this «vénihg at six, and for ordinary letters to- morrow (Thursday) morning at niue.
CABLE DUPLICATION. (From the Melbourne Argus, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
4 'PJ.fr. 'A ff OX. f From tim MtHiour Aron», Frhrmrn 7.) Wi*, have always beei] Kiruïn ron tu for th li ave not soon any ciliated tc» ¡iltur our o] lliis preference aro nut, ¡iftur tlic enter*}! Australia in runnin, tinciit ¡tt a considera du Anything unuccct] tho business. 2. A oííceted under fiona with .South Aufitrali; telegraph at Nonn, tinenta] linc, wi ii olí at a comparatively BI] service. Tilt! rqi operations would be -, consequently «LUUÍIL' a break occur on lime, would lio more There would lio expenso hy avnjdin a tocoini stau". ,r>. business ia next «b« there js might fairly it would not im a l portant íncssagi'K fro the additional risk traversing long stifte to KingíícorgcH ft North-west Cape) less country, where' cfleeled with difli that Western Aust both ll.e i fSnuiid in favour of tho Voit second e.il'îo, and wo ;ii monta advanced eal »inion. Our reasons for -1. We ought lise exhibited bv South wire across tho eon inonctaiy sacrifice, to |sarily to deprive her of ...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TUE reports ending at 9 a.in. yesterday stated the rainfall to he-At Rockhampton, 0-53 inch ; Gladstone, 0-28 ; Keppel Hay, 0-64; St, Lawrence, 262 ; Nebo, I "22 ; Mackay, 1"47; Bloomsbury, 0-21; Banana, 0-05; Westwood«. 0-70: Bowen, I'Si ; Cardwell, O-03( Cashmere, 0-82 ; Junction Creek, 1'45; Gilbert River, 0'57 ; Creen Creek, .0-3!) ; Nor- manton, 0'4¡i. It was raining at Copperfield, Collaroy, and Westwood, ami at Camboon and Blackwater appearance;! indicated rain.
ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY, 1878, AT 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
OüDliltS OF THU DAY FOI! COUNCIL MF.1ÏT1NC. TO BE HKL1) ON TH.UUS DAY, 21ST FJJBItUAHY, 1878, AT 4 I-.M. 1. -Appointment of Officers. MOTIONS. 2. -1ÎY Alderman Siuum:*, TJ).iT.]>])]ic,itions be invited to fill tlic ofliec of Inspector of Nuisances, ut a salary of £3 per \vuek\ j 3. -Jîy AJittrjiiriii M.ArRiiiîMNJî, i That this Vfimicil a/opt the Committee of Works UqiortMio. í¡*2&. 4. -By Iiis Worship tte MAYO», ¡ That tile Pinandi Committee- he instructed I to prepare and Rwuniit to this Council :m estimate in atcMnlaiiie with section 7&lt;i of the Municipal InstitutiinV Act of 1804 of the pi-itliiililo amount ^Jiicl\will he required for the univ cuirmt ïniniieiVil year, in addition lo any rates or dil. :s vhVh may have been levied or iiuUmrisell to he levied within the Municipality tu eaiiry «rn thcNencing, making and repairing nf any roads, bridges, punts, wharves, pier«, «r other public works therein, and any oilier expenses necessary in carrying into clfe...
COMMERCIAL. ANNUAL CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
: : i COiTMERCIAL. ANNUAL CUSTOMS RETURNS. PROM the official returns prepared at the Custom House, Rockhampton, to which Mr. Kilner, tlic Sub-collector, kindly permitted access, the subjoined information is ex- tracted : PORT OF BOCKKAMTTON.- IMPORTS. ? From Great "Britain .£70,040 Cape of Good Hope ... 7 New South Wales ... 220,173 New Zealand . 3,313 South Australia ... ... 38,770 Tasmania.13,097 Victoria . 30,578 Hongkong. 510 Singapore. 525 Germany . 770 Total Imports-1877 . 3SÍ,!I89 Do. -1870 . 322,102 Increase on thefycar. 02,887 EXTORTS. To Great Britain.£335,187 New South Wales. 390,300 New Zealand. !)I8 Victoria ". 1,083 Hongkong . 1,733 Singapore . 512 South Sea Islands . 15 Total Exports-1877 .£735,914 Doi -1S7G . 000,915 Increase on thc year. 134,899 Balance of Trade Total Exporta, 1877 .£735,814 Total Imports, 1877 . 3S4.989 Excess of Ex]Kirts . 350,825 PARncrrr.Mis or luruitT*. Copirer, refined, 1075 tons ... £101,003 Do., ingots, 231 tons ... 18,702 Gold, C341 oz. 18,...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
[A apodal charlo itt wade for consignóos' announce mente ta this column.! ?" 1 February 19.-Tlnnnoo^fct, from ^fftcíifty viâ broadsound : 1 bag Hali, £ri2Brtyp£ketH HUCTT, fi hnpi tieoda rum, 1 bole won!, 2 caàèV^dsteauH, l pared, und traasbipmeuta for Um south, Febinary 1«. -FroddV, »cliooiicr, from Mary borough: 70,000 feet timber. February 1ft.- Bimi ott, from llunriancrg: 30,000 foot tiuilhjr, HO liagu Maine. EX PO HTS. February 19.-Lady Voting, fl&lt;, for lliisbmu» via ports ; I package opium, 1 package glassware, r> pack« Ages eundrien.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARR[?]VALS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
SHIPPIKO WTELHQENCE. J AlllftVAM. I Fenm-inr ls.-TfXONHi, H.S., gga tons, Captain C. Feliruary 19-FUl'DDV master, from Marjlimoui;]. Miutar, agent. Febriiaiy10.-Ï.ADY Y tV. Hill, for BrlRlmne i C. Vi. Mllowan, Manta! Macdermott, S. Davit*, J| Kcliitonor, 8'1 I'll nm'AfTITllBS. U'XO, ft., 451 lim». C.ijitam |a purtK. l'iuwoiiirwn-Mr*. Alacdennott, Hw«m, ff. , minde«, II. Harker, lt. Vi. Iteurage. Wood and Wood, February 10.-CHIÍlrfrfbíA, schooner, 100 tmm, C. lié lu Italhut. Macdermott
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDENY, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 February 1878
NEW souru: WALES. SíDKiiv, February 19. At a special meeting ff the City aldermen, held to consider the tramways Bill, it was considered undesirable »> have tramways in tho city, and a inoti paper for to-morrow, irj of thu railway from til thc city. Tho trial of thc jiir Hancock's Will forgo*' forty jurors were dial] and tlic panel bein thc case was postponc| fresh panel of HI jar A detachment of 30| [placed on thc business favour of thc extension present terminus into ms concerned in thc ase bas commenced ; cnged by thc pvisoncrs, laustcd, tlic hearing of till Tuesday, when a i M ili bc provided, men of the Permanent Artillery Force will lojivc bai-racks to man tin batteries, and rcniaii Huropcan affairs asst) aspect. Tlic Torpedo Corps Thc (¡ovcrimient Ilk1 ferencc respecting cabli of March, lo take placo^ or beginning of April advocates tho duplica! tlic views of Mr. ( icucral. Thc Combined Crick Auckland per Californiali mail steal on active duty until ino a more favourable i...