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[SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES] LONDON, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

ÍSPECÍAL conniisrairDExrs MESSAGES] BONDON, February 20. In thc House of '. ords yesterday, Earl Herby said he believed thc demand made by Russia for thc cession < f the Turkish fleet had been withdrawn. Tho alleged hypothecation hy Russia of thc Egy) :iau tribute JiMild in- juriously affect British interests. ^HMIi-1. poli lines of defence we e being etrengHened. Lord Lyons had been i ^pointed to represent Great Britain at thc Bai en-Baden Congress.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

NEW ZEALIND. WELLINGTON, February 20, Tlic Captain of the sfcaroship Durham reports having seen a minster serpent off Nerowns Island. Thirty Capt of the monster was risible out of the wateL The crew and and passengers corroborate the report. ? - 14, J

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

VICTO ALA. MELnoiltNE, February 27. A regulation under lich life-sentenced prisoners will obtain their lischarge has been read to the confinées in F ntridge. Ko pri- soner whose conduct is ii variably good will bc confined for a longer ; criod than twenty years. It is credibly stated that a. telegram baa been received from thc Colonial Office, London, to the effect that the Victoi an crisis is under consideration. Thc Somersetshire, s.s., 1 ith 200 passengers, has arrived from London vi .the Cape of Good Kopo, making the passage : \ fifty-five days.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

RHIPPING MOVEMENTS. ATLANTIC, barque.-From Rockhampton, arrived at Sydney yesterday. AUSTRALIA, It.M.S.-Loft San Francisco for Sydney via the usual iwrts of coll ou February 18, and ia due at Auckland on March 13. BUNYIP, s.s.-Left Keppel Bay nt 83n last night, having transhipped thc northern nm i IM and passengers from the AB. Egmont, and iva» expected to return to the wharf atva late hour lost night. Him will IVA ve the wharf to-morrow morning at ton, taking tho outgoing English malls and passenger* for tranship- ment to the IL M.S. Brisbane ui Keppel Bay. BRISBANE, R.M.S.-Take« her departure frnin Moreton Bay to-day, for Singapore and. Hongkong via the usual ports of call, and is due in Keppel Bay to- morrow. BOOMERANG, fl.«.-Was to leave Sydney on her return trip to .Rockhampton yesterday afternoon. ELAMANG, s.s.-From Brisbane and northern ports arrived at Sydney yesterday. EGMONT, H.S.-Left Keppel Bay at 6 30 p.m. yesterday, and ls due fn Brisbane carly to morrow ?norning. HERO...

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for the United Kingdom, etc., per R.M.S. Brishane, close-for money orders at four and registered letters at six to-day, and for ordinary letters for all places except the United Kingdom to-morrow (Friday) morning at seven, and for the United Kingdom only au hour later. Maila for ports north of Mackay, perll.M.S. Brisbane, close-for registered letters this evening at BÍX, and for ordinary letters to- morrow {Friday) morning at nine.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

MAILS viâ TORRES STRAITS, for tue United Klnndoin, th» Continent of Europe, India, China, ix., will CLOSE nt tliin offico aa under: For Registered Letten at 0 p.m., and for Money Order« at 1 p.m. on THURSDAY, 2Sth Instant. For Kewnpapers and Book Pnckots, at a a.in., and for Ordinary Letters, for all places except the United Kingdom, at 7 a.m., and for letter« for the United Kingdom only, at 8 a.m. FRIDAY, 1st proximo. 't.:r"o] Letters for or via tho United Kingdom, licariror n late fee of slrpenco, mny lio posted on linard the ?teamer Bunyip, at the A.8.N. Company's \Vluu-f, up to 10 o.m. same day. - DANIEL PETERSON, _ . _ _ " .. Postmaster. Post Office, Rockhampton, February 16,1878. " For this relief, much thanks."-HAMLET. SANDY BLIGHT.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion ls a certain cure. Sold hy ail stare keepera. Liberal allowance. ..IP^'Li1T!, *ODK.-Cripp.' Fever Core never fallt. Sold by all storekeepers. Lilieral allowance. n.^î".SÇ.AN2,í'r,'^?,l COMPr'*l!fTS-Cripps' Tonic AntTbluoua pula...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports euding at 9 a.m. yesterday «tated the rainfall to bo-At Nebo, I -00 indi ; Mackay, 0-05 ; Banana, 017 ¡ Bowen, 0'43 ; Townsville, 4'71 ; Georgetown, 0-85; G illici t Uiver, 0'55. It was raining at Maryborough, Gladstone, Westwood, the Burdekin, lîavcns wood, Charters Towers, and Maytown. Ap- pearances indicated rain at many other stations.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

CABLEGRAMS. IBJSUTEICS HESSAGKS.\ AoNDOir, February 26. - . ** A Urge meeting ! eld ia Hyde Park vast evening, in favour of >eace, was scattered by an immense Conserva ive demonstration. Thc London papen consider the peace con- ditions excessive, an I tliat they imperil the maintenance of the E iropcan peace. In the House of Lords yesterday, Earl Derby, in replying 11 a question, said that thc Government had cceived no confirmation of the peace conditio! 3 as published. He also remarked that if the Egyptian tribute to the Forte vas demandée by Russia, the matter would require serious consideration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

IMPOUNDED at Rockhampton, on ]2tli February, from Boorin Heifer Station, hy order of T. H. Day, Esq. Driving, 2s. 2d.; punt, ls.: Bay marc, CK near neck, diamond near rump, W over like 470 off shoulder, near hind foot white ; brown colt foal at foot. If not released will be sold on thc lfllh March, 1878. T. KUTH.EKFOUD, pnundkeeper. IMPOUNDED at UoUcstnn, from Albion Downs, by order of T. F. Josephson, Esq., on the 21st January, 187S. Driving, Gd.: Bay horse, branded Mil near shoulder, AT7 ¡over <X'5 (registered 1 ofT shoulder, star. Bay horse, like ZVI (registered) oil' Bhouldei^ off Inp down, black |»iintK. Day ol sale, 22ud February, fSiOAfifi to LKKD on Approved' XiLJlAjyjy) Secufty, in Sums of not less than £500. J If. IC. D'ARCY, j I Solicitor. LIVERPOOL & IXINPIIN & GLORI? IN SUUANCK COMPAN f-FIBE & LIEE. RISKS accepted oui application, and at lowest rates, I lt. M. llUKTBtt & CO., Agents. VICTORIA FIRE & MARINE INSUR- ANCE C...

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CALENDAR—FEBRUARY—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

CALENDAR-* EuiiuAiii -MARCH. tí TlDKS. l>iï 5 MEMOIUNDA Sioux's Aor. "j rfIVitm a iitll. Hat Mon "25. 131a.m. fi-40 0-4 T»6!'' 26.IjwtQuar. 0 20- 0-r.o Wed.. S7. " .. 7H 7.1S Thar» 28. 6-4 6-.10 £".... 1. SM DIS g-* .? S. 0-42 10-10 Bun .. 8 Qolnquagealma .. ,. .. 10-48 11-15 . The tides reach their full at tlic Pilot Station, Keppel Bay, îh. «Om. earlier ; and at Ilocklinmpton Mm. later than Hie noun shown in the above tallie.

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THE TORRES [?] MAIL. THE THREATENED COUP [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

THE THEEATENEDIOOür »'ETAT. Tlie principal topic of liscussion iu France lately Eas been tlc " DH feat incident," as it is called. On thc 28tl ultimo it was an- nounced that General de BressoUes, thc com- mander of thc division al Lmojtfos, who gave the order for refusing t Whey* which Major Labordère waa cashiered bad been placed on the unattached list, and in the 31st an official note on the affair was lublished. This note explains that the tnovei ent of troops ordered during the late crisis, aid which gave risc to the incident in Question! was due to the mea- sures always adopted lit such times to pre- serve public order in tie principal cities and particularly in Poris. Ruch measures are now necessary, the note san, in order to reinforce the garrison of Paris,^diminished by thc re- turn of the men of thel class of 1872 to their homes. A general offittr at Limoges wrongly interpreted his instructions hy regarding merely measures of precaution as executive measures, and couununioV...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-1S7S. TORRES STRAITS ROUT!:. ARRIVES at Rockhampton .. .. March 23. LE AVES Rockhampton .. Marchi. NELDOUnKK-SUKZ ROUTH. ARm\T,Sat Rockhampton about.. March 8. LEAVES Rockhampton aliout ,. March 12. CALIFORNIAN ROITK. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about.. Mardis. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. March 20. 47 The Melbourne-Suez mail arrivos nt MEL- BOURNE febout 10 days earlier, and departa about 10 days later tuan tile date shown In the anovc table. The Californian mall arrives at SYDNEY about 8 dava earlier, fwd departa about IO dnyi» later.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

(A special charge ls made fur conaigiieos1 announce dents in thia column.} February 27.-Waterwitch, schooner, from Now castle : 280 tons cool

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

SUIPPJKG IXTELLIOESCH. j FEDRUAAY 27.-WATKIÏWITCH, schoonor, 10.S tons, H. A. Boyle, muster, from Newcastle. lt. .M. Hunter and Co., agents.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

RUSSELL.—On the 22nd February, at Rockhampton, Charles Atkinson Russell, aged 26 years, youngest son of the late J.C. Russell, Esq., M.R.C.S., Sydney, and brother of Mrs. J. J. Wood, Rockhampton.

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THE BRITISH IN THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

TBE BRITISH IN THE DAR. DAXjELLES. ANNEXED is an extra* from Mise Martincau's " History of tho FcacV :" "Before thc end of 1800 Russia had driven Selim into the anus of j France, and Alexander was filled with alarm. He besought thc British to undertake another of those diver- sions which began to lound so disagreeable in the cars of Englishmen-to send a fleet of theirswhich wascruisfnginthc/Egean Sea unto Constantinople, and tn compel Selim to relin- quish his alliance wit i France ami make terms with Russia and E igland. The Grenville Cabinet was rather ( ad of an opportunity of obliging Alexander, ; o whom they had refused both money and sold crs, and whose friendship it was important U obtain, and they gave orders to Sir John 1 uckwortk, then cruising off Ferrol, to join A< niral Louis at the mouth of the Dardanelles Mr. Arbuthnot, the British Ambassador ,t the Forte, offered thc final terms of the tw > Courts to Selim as soon as he heard of th > junction of thc ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUILDING SOCIETY NO. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

BUILDING SOCIETY NO. 6. THE first annual meeting af the Rockhampton Terminable Building Society No. 6 was held   st tho Secretary's offices last night. There   were twenty shareholders present, and Mr. A. Feez having been voted to the chair, called upon the Secretary to read the subjoined report of tho Directors and balance sheet, which were unanimously adopted upon the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. W. Boldeman. The Chairman stated that the amount of charges,/ £280 14s. 11d., appeared somewhat large, and explained that it was due to the expenses   incurred in starting the Society, and would not again occur. The following were elected :   Trusteee - Mr. James Thomson ; Directors Messrs. John Headrich, James Stewart, and Henry Schmidt; Auditors-Messrs. W. Pearse and P. J. Payn. Messrs. James Stewart, P. J. Payn and R. W. Conley acted as scrutineers. A vote of thanks to the retiring Directors for their able management of the...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY,FEBRUARY 28, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, F1Î lilUAUY 28, 187S. THE visit of the Secretary for Public Works -is highly i uisl'actory from one point of view. H : will be afforded the opportunity of as :crtaining what the interests of the dist! ct need in the way of railway extension ; what the paramount public opinion is s to the route to be followed beyond E nerald Downs ; and what the Engineer- n-Cliief thinks upon the subject. We 1 ive no hesitation in saying that the dei ision of the Govern- ment on this malle r is of momentf ous importance to tl e remunerativeness of the Northern Railway, to the future prosperity < [ this district, and to the well-bein ; of the colony. If the railway is to become a great trunk line it m ist not be turned aside to the right 01 left, but be pushed straight into the he; il of the grand wes- tern country which cannot at present be developed because of its distance from port. There are a few persons in our midst who, with n i proper comprehen- sion of the ph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

CHURCHILL'S Sirups, Limo Iron, Soda, and Compnunls strongly recommended by the faculty Con Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; freo from any un- pleasant taste or Bmoil J-'LLforr linos., & Co., Wholesalo agents, Brisbane Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DIUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, I Importers of l'atout Medicines, DruggistslSuudrios, Surgical lu truments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial ManufacturcrslGoods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Mowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones. I 110 and 112, Prrr-sfnBET, SVUSKV, and Chemical Works andlGlass Factory, Iron Cove, Batman, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAM AGNE QUININE WU E. , Highly recommended by tho Faculty, and acknowledged to be th purest aud cheapest tonio yet introduced ; i is the best restorative for the young, weak, an aged ; it strengthens the wholo system, and s mulatos thc appetite, and is invaluable for Inc gestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, Fev rand Ague...

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NOTES FROM THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 February 1878

j NOTES FROM. THE NORTH. remote a locality is uotlwithout its drawbacks, and that thc want of 1 facilities of transport <>|ici-ates as ascrioHsobslicl« to enterprise; yet, despite all drawbacks, le poiutB to thc rapid pastoral settlement nowigohig on in proof that thc country is just as lil cd for occupation as ¡Any oilier part of Austr lia ; and he is of thc linn opinion that no porti nof thecarth's surface has boen more richly cu< owed hy Nature than tile country whose outlc is through thc Gulf of Carpentaria waters. Its value for cattle runs is now generally iilmitted ; while thc uplands beyond two hui Ired miles from thc coast are unsurpassed 'ir pasturing sheep. It contains large areas o rich soil, and, cn* joying tlic fertilising rain of thc tropics, it is well adapted for agricnl ural pursuits. But its pre-eminence is belier id to consist in its vast stores of mineral wc: tb, and its illimit- able deposits of gold and opper. The most notable loeali ,*...

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