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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, Februa[?] 26, 4·55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. {SPECIAL C0RnBSPOXDEXrS''ííESSiOBBÍ _ / LOUDON, Felina» 26,4-55 p.m. TUF. treaty ig still unsigned! ' Persistent demands have wen made for the Turks to surrender their Sen. Thc strong pressure broight to bear upon the Porte by {fichólas has given rise to the report that thc Russian Jtimatum has been sent. J In thc English Parliament, Ministers, in reply to questions, declared that they were able to give no infonnacion, aa Russia was keeping secret thc full ti rms of peace, A telegram to the Standard declares that eight .additional batteries have arrived at San Steflano, and that Gouiko is approaching with 30,000 men. I The secrecy of tlc negotiations excites alarm throughout Euiipe. Tlie severity of the terms arc everywhere condemned, as they decidedly provoke active war, involving Eng- land and Austria. / Prince Charles tli-catcns to abdicate and the Ministry to resiga, rather thaa^ndc Bessa- rabia, j ,^mj Austina has adolited warbkcnrjcautioiie. Russian troops! iiavc p...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

BÜItOPKAS MAILS-1878. TOnniäS STRAITS BOUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton .. .. Mureil 23. LEAVES Rockhampton .. .. March 1. MEUlOl'RSE-Sl'EZ ROUTE. AHRIVESat Rockhampton aliout.. March 8. LEAVES Rockhampton »bout .. March 12. CALIFORNIA?! ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about.. March 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about March 20. Ä2T Tho Melbounio Suca mail arrive» at MEL- BOURNE about 10 days earlier, anil departs about 10 dava Inter thou the date shown in the iihovc table. Tho Californian mail arrives nt SYDNEY about S days earlier, nnd dcpnrts about 10 days later.

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The Morning Bulletin. ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1878. SOME evidence liven by Messrs. A. C. Gregory and Mr. «flfîsbet before the.. Royal Commission now sitting in fins I bane, lias a special interest, in which even ! (lie Central DiVilion of the colony is concerned, as it trials upon the qualities and value of Queensland coal. A small agitation hal been maintained in Brisbane for two Jr three years past in favour of the exlenion of thc Southern Railway system to deep water, chiefly on thc ground of the mínense development it would give to thelproduction of coal from the numerous slams of this useful mineral known to exilt in near proximity to tlie railway, not on|r in West Moreton, but on the Darling Ilowns. Since the extension of the railway from Ipswich to North Brisbane was finally determined upon, the advocates ¡of the south side scheme have -thought it necessary to give great prominence to the importance of the coal trade, wli ch, they contend, could not convenient y bc provided for by any poss...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BROUGH. —On the 1st March, 1878, Mrs. John Brough, of East-street, of a daughter. RAFF.— At Moray Bank on the 24th ultimo, Annie, second daughter of George Raff, Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

PRIZE SCHEDULE or THE FITZROY PASTORAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. FOURTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY*, JUNE 4 AJ.II 5, 1876. Committee of Management. PKEfircENT : HON. A. H. PALMER, M.L.A. VICE-rREKIDKNTS : WILLIAM PATTISON WM. HARVEY HOLT. HOK. TIlEASUREll : E. P. LIVERMORE. UOK. SECRETARY : W. C. CLEMENTS. COMMITTEE : THOMAS ARCHER JAMES ATHERTON C. H. A. BARWELL " W. V. BERKXEMAN C. H. BUZACOTT W. C. CLEMENTS J. S. EDGAR JOHN FERGUSON JAMES HUTTON HENRY JONES W. G. JACKSON J. KIRWAN E. P. LIVERMORE W. HARVEY HOLT W. O. LAMOND JOHN MURRAY W. F. MACDERMOTT WM. PATTISON H. W. RISIEN JOHN STEVENSON, M.L.A. A. THOZET. SECTION I.-HORSES. Entrance, 10s. Cd. each. BLOOD DOUSES FOR ALL PURPOSES. Prize-Silver Medal. 1 Best Stallion, any age 2 Best Mare, any agc Prize-1st Class Certificate. 3 Stallion, throe years and over 4 Stallion, two years and under three 5 Stallion, one year and nuder two 0 Mare, three years and over 7 Filly, two years and under three 8 F...

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PRODUCE STAKES OF 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

î'IiODUCIî STAKES OF 18S1.\ Tbo following Sires' nm! Marc) which closed on ' ye thc nominations for thc Produce Stakes of J fbi, LUrsday last : LNOMUÍATKD. Mr. Chan. Dallon's Hui IC. KOSH' Mandie lt. li oas' Speculation! K. Parker's Millionaffl J. Costello's Prince Cll J. Mudd inter's Chanccil Jas, Atherton's llarania\ Messrs, M nea rt ney ami Mayne'* SI eil mero Macartney and Mayne's Alarm Macartney and Mayne'H Hauipdei ENTHANC1ÎS FOR ABOVE, j Mr. (J. It. Holt's T>"T-ntJ- 'fcfiiTnt.-j lt. England's Venus-HeronT ll. Kucland's Min. Bums-ll C. Hallon's The !)oc-H«rodl C. Dallon* lady Like-Herat! lt. linns' Dosdemona-S])ociiInÄn H. I loes' Kyebriçht-Hpthmlunol lt. ROBS' Skit-Speculation / \ J. lioss' Queen Mali-Speculation J. HOBS' Climax-KncciuntiTm ll li. S, G, Macdonalds FitlvQuconVlMarHkc lt. H. O. Macdonald Carupiio-MaÄo . J. Costello's Annie Lauow-Prince wurlie .1. Costello's Lord Hills/Marc-Prut* ClmrHo .1. Costello's Millionnhp Mare-Prink Cliarlio J. Costello's Promise/Land ...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

/ SPORTING NOTES. lEACDífi EVENTS /o COME. V.R.C. Autumn Meei'»?, Mnrdfi 2, 7, 0. QuocnsloViil T.r. Animal Mfluflnir, Mareil 18, 19. QinwimlArt A.T. duli Mwtil/c, Mureil 23. North Ankniliiiu J.C. Annuill Mooline, Mureil 25, 30, April \ / Balonne JJC. Meeline, April ll. 12. Northern )%wn4 J.O. Aui/ial Meutin?, Anni ll, 12. ¡South AilHtluinn J.e. Mi#till|t, April 22, ic, 27. Australian AC. MoelintfAjwter week. OymnloT. tl Annual MJfotiiiK, May », jo. Kockliauintol Jockey t»lb Anuuaf Meeting, June 0, anil 7. \ / Maratiion Dliôuct J.CJAfeeUng, June 0,7. Mackay AnnuaulaceafJune 18, ll). IT is with feelsgsnf gratification that I have to record the aJcess attending thc nomina tiona for the llocflnampton Sires' and Mares' Pro- duce Stakes of Ä81, which closed on Thurs- day, l'or a firm itttcmpt the largo numher of entries is soineibJil^ to bc proud of, and must liavo taken tnlpipst sanguine promoters of tho project bAiuarisc. Tho interest evinced by breeders pmiulmindicates their confidence...

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VICTORI[?] MELBOUR[?]E, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

VICTOKLL MELBOUIJE, Februar)' 28. [ Governor Bowen has re« !ved despatches by mail and cable from thc In lerial Government, declining to interfere 1 tween thc local legislatures, and leaving hem to fight out their own battles. Thc tit reraor is instructed to usc his own discretion with reference to payment of members on tl i sole vote of the Assembly. March 1. Messrs. J. II. Clough nd Co. report as follows :-Our wool sale, passed off well at advanced prices, ^^^fe WAS UK A POINTEII ï-A cry amusing scene occurred in the District Co« t on Monday (says thc Brinlinnr Cmirù-r)t\min, thc cross-examina- tion of a witness, who wai giving evidence as to the training of a ]>ouitci Was the dog a trained dog '! No, he was i it ; but ho was a dog of bad character, aud ci ld do his share of thieving when lie got the., Oiance-not even taking exception to a ni» of beef. Some laughter followed the wij sss' ideas of the dogs character, but tHi cross-examining counsel (Mr. Pring) was iidA'ct sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

v shipping Announcements. THE: AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM SHITS, To SYDNEY DIRÄCT.-Boomeraug, about 48 hours 4ÈK arrival. To M E LIR) U fe N E.- Boomerang will take passengers and cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. JfT'' To BBJSBAN& TJIRECT. - Victoria, on or about Tuesday. To BRISBANE, yu GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH--Lady Young, Tues- day. \ To MACKAY. - Steamer, early. To BROADSOUND.i-Tinonee, early. To COOKTOWN &ÍTORTHERN POUTS. Passengers and caigo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip orT Sunday next, at noon, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Marah 2, 1876. ' FOR SYDNEY -VIA BRISBANE. cr*. fflHE MELBOURNE J&§ldk A STEAMSHIP COM jmmSamspAwti splendid NEW ^mBStBr STEALER THE CLARENCE, WAI leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on SATÜ DAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock (weather .permitting). | Freight and passengers hoofed for Mel- bourne and Newcastle, i JOHN HEAD1UCÏ & CO., Agents. FOB...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

[A special charge ts made for consignees' announce mente in thia column.] March 1.-Tho Clarence, H.«., frnm Sydney vii Ii ri s bane; JOO lugs rice, 23 packages proiwrkw, 7S packages wines, spirits, and hoer*, Î3 package* merchandise, 2 hundios broom*, na pa<:knjr»;s hard andiron ware, 3S0 c-ww hemmm*, 10 Imus nat*, M chests 2 hoses 20 ha1f-chr--ut.a Usa, 2 parities von iectíoncry, 1 package npimn, 1 sewing machino, ll-", cases 4ß half-ensos O quaHer-i:asP8 fruit, 4 nnrhorn, (J trunks hoots, 15 Iwigs onions, 1Ü hag* maize, IS bag* potatoes, 15 packages nun dries. Ks Tho Clarence, s.s.: 1 parcel hooks, W. Hopkins. Ex Tlic Clarence, s.n.: 20 casos of fruit, .1. Hail. Ex Hie Clarence, R.S.: G chests ld half-chests tai, Bead «n4 Reeve. Es Tlie Clarence, s.s.: 21 casca fruit, F. Finberg. lîx Tho Clarence, S.B.: 3 codes, Bulletin Office. .. . . icxroiïTs. Marchi.-Tile dämmet», fur Sydney via Bris- bane i 2 weighing machine*, 12 hogéhmite tallow.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

SHIPPING IXTELMGBirCE. j March 1.-T1ÏI3 ULAKKXCR, S.S., MO tun«, Captain J. I>. Harley, from Sydney rift Kristina Paasenpors-Mrs. J ol ni Humlrkk, Min. 1Î. P* l.ivi-r more, Miss Parker, Mitta Trotman, .Me.vii>. Hislop, Livermore, Dick, Muster Hoad rick, nml tl ii rt wu m the steerage. J olin Hendrick and Co., agent*. <M,EAKANCK. March l.-THE CLAHKNCK, H.S., HO tons, Captain J. D. Harley, for Sydney vlâ Brinkine. IM«w!npera For Brisbane : Miau K. lli^pins, MÍM Amy Ileiuiinp*, juid one in the stooraffu -l''»r Jsydnny : Minn. A, O'Donnell, and. four in tue steerage. John Hendrick and Co., agenta,

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CALENDAR—FEBRUARY—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

CAtlíNDAIt-rEiiiuíAiu- MARCH. I jQuíuqa 30m. Later tliaii tho hours «Hown in the Above tablo.

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THE EDICT OF FATE [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

THE EDICT OP PATE TUE library iii Mr. Trevelyan's elegant country residence was one of the ' pleasantest apart- ments imaginable, and on that bright summer morning seemed the embodiment of coolness, shade, and fragrance-from the dark green carpet that covered the floor like a sheet of emerald velvet, the lighter green silk curtains and damask furniture, to the gleaming marble statuettes, the white and gold calf-bound volumes in rows of shelves from floor to ceiling. Outside the Bun shone and the birds wore holding a perfect carnival of song in the warm, fragrant air. * Everything seemed BO pure, so peaceful, so strangely at variance with Mr. Trevelyan's angry, clouded face, as he stood, straight and haughty, with one hand on the green cloth of the central table, and his eyes looking down on Raymond SantcUe'e face-a face perfect in its bohl, manly outlines. " It is the most outrageous breach of gentle- manly honour I ever had the misfortune to know, and I am the more astonished, Mr. ...

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Tales and Sketches. BUFFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

Mûm M lMàt$. j * BÜFFLE. How lie came by bis uamc, no one could tell. In the early days of the gold fevor there came to California a great many men who did not volunteer their names, and as those about them had been equally reticent on their ow» advent, they naked few questions of new comers. The lioteiB of the mining regions never kept registers for the accommodation of guests they were conridercd well-appointed hotels if they kept water-tight roofs and well-stocked bars. Newcomers were usually designated at first by some peculiarity of physiognomy or dress, and were known by such names as "Broken Nose," "Pink Shirt," "Cross Bars," "Gone Kars," otc. j. if, afterward, any man developed some pecularity of cluiractcr, an observing " and original miner would coin and apply a new name, which would afterward be accepted as irrevocably as a name conferred by the holy rite of baptism. No one wondered that Burne never divulged bis real name, or talked of past life ; for in the mines he had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

TITAILS via "ÖRRKS STRAITS, _L*-L_ for the Un ito Kingdom, the Continent of Kumpirlt^tlni, Ulina, i c., will CLOSE nt this ufficc Tor nepistcNi Lett m nt ii p.m., (mil foi- Monov Oinlorent«! p.iii.<!W[r JHSDAV, 28th instant. For NewMpapcrs lind líí%í Packets at «* u.in., nun* for Ordinary Luttera, for IL places except tho Viii ted Kiiipdom, :il 7 n.M., tmL¡r letterx í-nr the Uuitutl Kingdom only, al li a.n Fltn^V, 1st proximo. may he pofl j bcarinp n hoard the s Wharf, up IDANIEL PETERS Puslináste' Port Office, llockhatnjitun, February IO", WU. THE TURKISH BATH will be OPEN EVE» Y TUESDAY, ir«m nine n.m. till oncp.in., for Ladies. .1. IL DUSTFJt. "For this relier, mich thanks."-HAMLET. SANDY BLIGHT.-CRI 1-PS'S Eye Lotion tn a. certain cure. Huid hy nil store keepers. Liberal allowAce. FEVER AND AGtli.-Cripps* Fever Cure never fails. Kuhl by all store»epoi H. Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND himZK roMl^AIOTX^YippV Tonic Antihiliuus Pills I Sohl by all storekeepers. THERE ARE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

CRTRCHILX'S fiy/ups, lime Iron, Seda, .nd Oompoanoa strongly tvoomiaeiided by the fawlty fori Coonmptioti, and all j Diseases of Debilitv ; free from any un- pleasant taite or «nsf, ELLIOTT BROS., ft Co., Wholesale agent*, Bffabane. Elliott Bros, & Co. .nrHOLESALE nitCGGISTS AND DRY . * SALTERS Importers of Patent { Medicines, Droggisfc' Sundries, Surgical In atrumenta, Trusses^ Etc.; Sofia-water, and Cordial ManufacturoTs' Goods. Manufacturers j of Adds and Chemosis, Glass Blowers, Etc., Mimufsoturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, «md Oruihed Bones.* 110 md 112, Pnjr-srEEBr, SVDKÊV, and | BtlSBAHE. Chemical Works ski Glass Factory, Iron Core, Ralmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE Highly recommended by the Faculty, and | acknowledged to befthe purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced t it is the best restorative ! for the young, weak, land aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invalcable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

PORT CURTIS AN1 » LEICHHARDT DIS- TRICT HOSPITAL. TENDERS will bi received by thc under- signed up to Nt in on FRIDAY, the 8th Mareil, 1878, for Bl 'KIALS from tho Hos- pital during thc ye r ending 31st March, 187!). The loweBt or ali} tender not necessarily accepted. § J. CAMPBELL, M.B., jj Resident Surgeon. PORT CURTIS AN|> LEICHHARDT DIS- TRICT HOSPITAL. TENDERS will lfc received by thc under- signed up to moon on FRIDAY, tho 8th March, 1878, foo supplying thu Hospital with thc midonucntftued articles for thc year ending 31st March, »79 : Medicines and Surgical Instruments. No, 2. Beef, per lb. ~ Mutton, per Iii Suet, per lb. I Bread, per 2-ÍI». loaf Flour, per lb. f. Pure Milk, pei quart Eggs, per doz. I Wood, per ll ¿lbs. -Water, per 10Í gallous So. (j. Tea, per chess Sugar, per bat (70 lbs.) Rice, per 112 bs. Oatmeal, per 12 lbs. Arrowroot, p r lb. Sago, per lb. J/T f*} Fresh Butter Uf*Th. / Vinegar, per, |SUaii ¿_ Limejuice, pi ? gallop J 9^ Mustard, pei lb. Jr Pepper, per...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 2, 1878. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON POUCH COURT. Tuesday, March 2, ISIS, i BiiFoiiE tlie Police Magistrate. / WIFE DESERTION.- Flora Lyall & William Lyall. The complainant stated that the defendant, her husband, had not given her anything for her support during the past three weeks : he turned her out of his house last   Thursday without any just cause; he is a ship carpenter working on the foxy punt, and earning ten shillings a day. By defendant : She had not been drinking for the past three weeks ; she went out of the house to the Butcher's with- out her husband's consent ; he had spoken to her in reference to pledging some articles of wearing apparel, and had objected to her keeping bad company ; she had been confined in the police cells at Mackay for drunkenness. -For the defence, Andrew Morrison, storeman deposed that he knew both the parties ;   he did not know defendant had refused to contribute to his wife's support ; he had seen her under the influence of liquor a...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

SHUTING MOVEMENTS. AUSTRALIA, H.M.S.- Left San Francisco for Sydney viâ tile usual ports of rallón February Iii, nuil ia due at Auckland on Mardi 13. BUNYIP, B.B.-Left the wharf yesterday nt noon taking tho northern moils and TMisstoucurs for tran- shipment to tho s.s. Loicliharrit in Keppel Bay. BRISBANE, R.M.S.-I*ft Keppel Bay on Friday night, for Singapore and Hongkong via thc usual ports ?. of call. j BOOMERANG, d.s.-Left Sydney on lier return trip to Itocfeluunpton on Wednesiiay afternoon, nnd arrived in Keppel Bay yesterday at 4 p.m. tine tdiould arrive hy this morning's tide ELAMANG, s.s.-Leave* Sydney this afternoon, for Brisbane and Cooktown via northern ports. LADY BOWEN, e.-Left Maryborough on Friday for Brisbane, Her arrival boa not yet been reported. LEICHHARDT, S.B.-Left Brisbane, on Saturday morning, for northern ports, and arrived In Keppel Day at 6 p.m. yesterday. She passed out again at «even. LAlJV VOUNG, s.-Takes lier departure for Bris- bane via ports to-morrow....

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

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

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