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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
SPORTING NOTES, j RACING EVENTS TO COME. V.n.ü. Autllinn .Meeting, Mareil 2, 7, 0. Queensland T.C. Annual Sleeting, March 16, 19. QuoeilKlouil A T. Lililí .Meeline, Jlnn-ll £1. Nortli Australian J.ü. Annual Meeting, March 29, 30, April 1. Balonne J. C. Meeting, April ll, 12. Northern Dowra J.e. Animal Meeting, April ll, li. Ktnltll Australian .1.1'. Mei UHR, April 22, 25, tl. Australian J.e. Meeting, K-istur week, «yiniitu T. O. Annual Meeting, May 0,10. Itocklinmptoii Jockey Huh Annual Meeting, .lune ll, anil 7. Marathon District J.C. Meeting, Junee, 7. ALIIEADY there is eouio talk of local thorough- breds going into training for our June meeting. Foremost among them is Air. Flynn's Herod, who is already quartered at tho European stables, and will undergo a careful preparation as soon as a trainer can bc obtained. Hercùflrit will bc remembered, won thc Port Curtis Hwidkap last year, carrying 7st. lOllis., after a claWrace with"Chance ami Marquis. This succcini^br^rfight him souie J...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE rainfall fontus week was-At Rock- hampton, 0-07 inch ; Gladstone, 0-40 ; Marl- borough, 2'7fi; St. Lawrence, 573; Nebo, 2-51 ; Mackay, 3-48 ; Clermont, 0-58 ; Banana, 0,22: Westwood, 1"0!I; Junction Creek, 3'16 ; Creen Creek, I'18; Normanton, 2'CI ; Cashmere, VSl ¡ Georgetown 0'78 ; Gilbert Rlvor,- 4-03! Kimlicrlcy, 2 30; Cardwell, 0 08 ; Bloomsbury, (i-50 ; Bowen, 3'34 ; Ravenswood, 0'30 ; Townsville, 0'8S ; Waterview, 2-77 ; Keppel Bay, 0 04. Tile reports ending at 0 a.m. yesterday stated tho rainfall to bc-At Camboon, 2 00 inches ; Banana, 010 ; Cashmere, 0'02 ; Georgetown, O'OO ; Normanton, 0-30 ; Tambo, 115. It was showery at Palmerville anil Springsure, and raining at Tambo. Appear- ances indicated rain at Durah, Westwood, Blackwater, and Copperfield.
THE MELBOURNE-SUEZ MAIL. [?], February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
THU MULBOUKME-SÜEZ MAIL. KÏLSKY, February 22. The news brought 1 ^ the 1\ ami Ü. Co.'s strainer .Siam has lie ii mostly - anticipated hy cablegrams. Ii reference ' to tho *> opening of the linn :rial Parliament, the newspapers state that lothing could be more satisfactory" than the w y in which thc leaders of thc Opposition conti clod the dcbjh^ntlic ndilrcss iii reply to thc Speech, ^^^m Mr. Gladstone expre sed bis ItV^Jio thc leaders of the (Joven lient fur the highly satisfactory exposition of their policy in rclatiou to thc M ar, wi ich, bc said, would be a gl oat relief to the natani.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
KEW SOUït WALES. STONEY, February 22. Friday next lias bot n appointed a .day of thanksgiving foi' rain. The holiday will lia observed by all Govern neut Departments, but not by the banks or tin general public. Four men charged w th stealing wool from tho A.S.N. Company's vharf were found not guilty and discharged. Perdue, the railway guard, has been sen- tenced to two yean' ard labour for man- slaughter. At thc Intercolonial Cricket Match tho weather was fine and ivariu, and there was a fair attendance of spectators. Tho Vic- torians, iu their first iii dugs, scored 121 runs ; the New .South Wak i team, in their first innings, hail four wicl ¡ts down for forty runs when the stumps were Irawn. When the stcamshi] Lusitania was leaving thc wharf to-day, with Mr. George Thom and his bride on board, ic was arrrestcd by the bailiff of thc Supreme Couit in an action for breach ol promise of marriage. Friends who were prese t became sureties for Mr. Thorn; bail being dlowcd lie proceeded i...
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FllOM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. y . BRISBANE, February 21. Thc^M.S. Bowen passed Cooktown yesOft Throc prWinals in thc murdoi^f Mr. Birch, of rcraTW wero hanged aYTjaroot, ou January 2!), anaNtheir accoimmces were sen- tenced to pena! ser^tu&lt;ie to/Tife. The deposed chief IraJrçen deported to thc Leychclles Islands, /^^kv It is stated that Mr. MBSBL editor of tile Ipswich Olwnxma likely to contest Fassifern on Mr. 3. Thorn's resignation. Nearly Hvrec inches of rain, aSHajiauicd with thrfudcr and lightning, fell ^TOHB tui hourj(£steniight. Heavy rain has again set iii/e-night. . a BiiisnAVE, February 22. A telegram in this jiftcnioon's Telegraph states that the Eastern &lt; id Australian Steam- ship Company have v&lt; uutarily liquidated, the proprietors accepti ig their shares nt £8 10s. each. The Sompany was then rc.fonncd on a new basis, making the shares of thc value of £17 10s. Two-thirds of tho number offered were in ncd...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
fA «pedal chorjre is tumlo for consign eos' a nummee oienlti iii this coluiuu.J February 22.-Itoimteor, schooner, from Humlahcrg : 24,O0(J foot Umber. February 22.- Morning Mí-iit, Hchoonoi, frnm Mary- borough : 60,000 foot til »bel. ICKFOWTS. "February 22.-Thornns Hay, kuU'Ji, for Mary- ¡ borough : 27 toiiH liment*mo. i
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
SHIPPING ¡XTELLIOEXCE. FKUIU'ARY 22.- UKINDKKIt, schooner, 21 t*mn, 1*. G. Broun, maxtor, fruin Ituiiil.-ibcrg. Munter, agiml. ftbrauy 22.-MORNING MflllT, whuoner, «3 tons, V, Norlin, master, irom Maryborough. Munter, Agent CLEA HASTE. February 22.-THOMAS DAV, fcctvli, IS Urn*, XV. Johiuuu, îuatiU»', for Miirybui'«uj»li. Ma>tur, ¡wat.
PEACE PROSPECTS. BERLIN, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
PEACE PROSPECTS. BERLIN, February 19. Tn the German F« liameut yesterday, Prince Bismark, in disc issing the European situation, declared Iiis i isbelicf in thc possi- bility of a European i ar. Ble said that Germany viii not intel tere between Russia and Turkey, but is willin ; to mediate between them. ^ VIE ÍNA, February 19. Coloman Tisza von Bo >sjenö, President of thc Ministerial Council of Austria, stated yesterday that Austria rc lervcs thc interests of thc Monarchy, and ci ijects to an adjust- ment which would have vic effect of shifting thc European balance of lower.
THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD SOWING SEEDS IN DRILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
THE O All DEX AXD THE FIELD SOWING SHEDS IN DKIUÄ THK practice of\owinç seeds broadcast is fast becoming obsoletevuid as cxperieuco deepens will become iucrcaMigly so. Unless laud ÍB known to bc very cteiu, it is Jiighly «»s chicvoua to sow seed any yrdnd so that cleaning operations canna^tfe attended to while tlie crop ia coming ou^^The opposite of tili» lins in many instaurées ^kpveJ simply ruinous to thc crop, theXoil, imd/l^refore, the fanner ; and the f;yt cannot beaton widely disseminated, or taff deeply take» trocart by those who look to tlie soil for a livelihood. Not only can tlie^oil not furnish fooil for two growing crojtbot thc same time, but the weed seed sown wm year by year become increas- ingly di I li colt to battle with» until in thc end it is far Metter for the cultivator to operate upon land in a state of nature, wu if Itwríiy tiiiihrrrtf, than to light against thc difficulties of cleaning what cither his own or another "a oare lessncsshaspvovidcd forhiin. Itisei...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Friday, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
îiwKiiAiii'nÀ: j'uL/vii co uitr. Fri'fai/, \\Jirtitin/ :!.?. BKI'OHB thc 1'olice Magistrate. | WAIÍES CAKE.-Anilrew Green r. Andrew liaggott. Mr. Milfor I appeared for tlic com- plainant, Mr. Mellum ne for defendant. This was a claim for £20 1 i. 4d. amount of M ages due to the com])laiuai t. The defendant con- sented to a verdict au I requested time for pay- ment. Thc Bench o: dcrcd thc defendant to pay thc amount c aimed, together with £1 4s. Od. professional! and court costs, hy ten o'clock on Monday mi ming. HitEACii ai' THU LA sm ACT.-Municipality of Rockhampton i'. T lomas Beaumont. Mr. Hees II. Jones for tl» plaintiffs, Mr. Milford for the defendant, » lil pleaded cause to show. .Samuel Dobbs deposed that lie was Inspector of Nuisances and knew thc defendant, who resided on the quarry reserve in a small house. Hy Mr. Milford : lie believed there was another resident on mc reserve who paid a small rental.-WilliaAi C. Clements deposed that ho was Town £ irvcyor and knew thc sec...
CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES] LONDON,February 20, 4'10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
CABLEGRAMS. i [SPECIAL C01ilUSSrOA'DEATrS¡llEBSÁOEI>¡ *^líx»Ki)ON./íe!jruary 20, 4'10. Tlie iiiBurgeimítee^ííeaten a detachment of , the Turks at tho tojffl^f^olo, on the gulf of that name, in Thessaly/^te defeated Pasha has gone to Galfipoli with thèView of forming another annyf ' LONDON, Fehruary 18. In thc German Parli ment yesterday, Prince Bismark stated his dis «lief in an impcudiug European war. Thc Badcii-Iiadcn Cc igress of the signatary Powers will assemble d iring the first fortnight in March. \t TÍ DON, Fehruary 20. Official papera just submitted to Parliament show that thc Russian AYilressador in London, Count Schouvaloff, infonued Earl Derby last June as to what terms on peace .-Russia sought to impose, aud that thess wer«'identical with thc present Russian den/and*'' Cardinal Pecei has Meen elected PopeAind 1 assumes thc name of Len the Thirteenth^fc
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
lihcHmttittjinUctittJ ' ROCKHAMPTON. I - SATURDAY, FEB; ÍIÜAKY ?3, 1878. IT would be a good Jung for the people i of Queensland if ll e shock caused by j tlie numerous suddei deaths which have j occurred of late im uced them to pay ; greater regard to c imalic peculiarities. The way in which a arge proportion of our population Ijra\ 2 the sun, would seem almost insam to a person of experience in tropical climates elsewhere. No doubt the compai nive impunity with which our populalio 1 defy thc heat, arises from the ge icral dryness of the atmosphere. \ t is the moist heat that tells upon th : constitution, and fortunately that we ai e seldom afflicted with in Australia. Hot Wednesday and Thursday were characterised by unusual moisture, while the intensity of the sun's rays were increased by 'cfraction through luminous clouds. On Wednesday, thc sun burnt as though its ays were focussed through a glass, and so early as nine o'clock the writer caut: med some friends of his own who were ...
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
THE WEEK. j THE mortality of Thursday was very shocking at tho moment. Sudden death is always appalling; hut four sudden deaths iu the course of au hour or two could not he heard of without a shudder. A newspaper office is the focus of incident, and oil Thursday evening our own sanctum was not a pleasant situation. Fy-St a l^sBcii^r^braathlcssIy announced, "Sfoflätabl» 'ftr$fv*^tôad !" A second ex cMiilfa, ''Farrell dripped senseless in the street, and didi a few minutes after«alda !" a third said, " Poor Caldwell, at Budden's, just went home, lay on the sofa, and died !" A fourth reported that a squatter named Kerr had j list died suddenly at thc Queensland Hotel. A fifth said, "People arc heilig suustruck all round ; seven are known til he dead, and noone knowla how many more!" Tlicii followed anxiouliiiquirics. " Is it true that Blank is dead, anacíanle, and Blank?" Is it true that five or sevV people have been suustruck? and so on. ^i dull times almost any/Scnsa tion has its Com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
J -A few drops ot the liquid " Floriliuc " ! sprinkled on a wot tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses thc teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whitcncsF, and a delightful fragrance to tho breath. It re- moves all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. "Thc Fragrant Floriline," being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of thc I agc. Fricc Ss. Od. of all Chemists aud i Perfumers, Prepared by IIKNUV C. GALLUP, 4!I3 Oxford-street, Loudon. A»VI CB Tl » MOTH HHS!-Are you broken in your rost by asick child suli'eriug «nth thc paiu of cutting teeth 7 Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of MÜS. WINSLOW'S SonniiNu SYRUP. It will relievo the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless , and pleasent to taste, it produces natural, quiet j sleep, by relieving the child from pain,...
PEDESTRIANISM, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
PEDESTRIANISM, kc. Tlie 200 yards footrace, between Cronk and Roberts, at Charters Towers, on Saturday week, caused a most unusual amount of excite- ment on tlia&lt;*an>ld-ucld ; the cvcnt'altracting some 1200 spKtalora. Rothymca were in excellent form, OBujidcriug thjiTntcnsc heat of tlie weather whic\"had lafoly prevailed, the thermometer registering/I06 in thc shade shortly before thc racomas decided, Roberts found most favour/WTib thc townspeople, while Cronk v'iuvfüinOBtNntircly backed hy the miners. On^hc course o to 4 was laid on Rolierts, aud/fót a single offer to bet went begging. JKixx several false starts, Cronk went away with a slight advantage, but both ran vcry*cvenly for the first hundred yards, whou>Cronk gradually increased his lead, .and despite all Roberts could do breasted thc tape two and a-Iialf yards in front of his antagonist. Time, 21 seconds. The stakes were £200 a-side, but from £1200 to £1500 changed hands iii bets. At the settling a Mr. Lit...
AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 February 1878
AQUATICS. Boat raring, tlinnks to thc impetus given to j snell sport by tho late four-oarcd race lictwccn ' thc Itachclors and Benedicts, promises soon lo ) become one of the most attractive anti fashion- : allie sources of amusement in Rockhampton. ; Aliuaily lhere arc pcvcral matches im]iending, ' and ve arc promised a regatta on Her ; Majesty's Birthday. In former years our ; annual regattas wac looked forward to au, j evento of sonic importance, ami, considering the rapid growth of thc town since these aquatic contests were discontinued, it is not ton lunch to expect that their revival will he hailed with satisfaction hy thc inhabitants of both town and district. A four-oarcd race, for cups presented by tho Club, has been arranged for the !)th of March next, the winning crew (including thc- cox- swain) to each receive a prize. Thc rive following crews have entered for the event, which is already exciting considerable interest among those concerned :-Ko. I : Messrs. A. J. Craig (...