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RAILWAY EXTENSION WESTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 March 1878

Ii A IL WA Y EX TENSION VEST WA ¡ID. YESTEjtn/^iInt four o'clock, a deputation cou ^WUlMMMnlUbrs of the Rockhampton Cham- ber of Coninijrcc, waited upon thc Hon. W. Miles, at Mn J. Macfarlane^ office, with the view of bringing under his notice thc desira- bility of extending the present line of railway directly west to Barcaldine Downs. The fol- lowing gentlemen composed thc deputation : Messrs. J. Macfarlane, M.L.A., W. G.Jackson (Mayor), E. P. Livermore, W. V. Walton, W. Pattison, W. T lomson, Kees lt. Jones, and W.Â. Taylor. gyjíljñUSPV. Lrl'EiUfonB (addressing Mr. Milcsl tani that tho Cl amber oFConimcrce had con-' sidcred it advis; hie to take advantage of lu's visit to bring 1 «fore him the desirability of extending the inc dne westward to Barcal- dine Downs, ai d to obtain, if possible, the views of thc C jvcrninciit upon the subject. At present tl ey had got Parliamentary sanction as far os Emerald Downs, but what they now waub d was that thc line should bc extended in a dir...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 March 1878

SHIPPING TNTEUflGESCE. j MAIICH S.-(In Keppel Boy) LKICHDARDT, i.s., 459 taus, Captain li. J. Finlayaoa. from Sydney vlâ '" Brisbane. l*as!u!Uger*-t-3dr*, il. Frost, Menura. 1*. Kail (Crown Prosecutor), fl. Byer, F. ll. Illseonlre, H. fyling, G. Front, A. Meiklo, A. Hainen, I». Hainen, and two in Ute steerage. Woori anti Wood, ngeutH. Mardi «.-BOOSI Ell ANH. H.S., ito tonn, Captain J. T. Durroll, from Sydney direct, l*as>*ne:cra-Mrs. T. H. Slater, Minn Slater, Mrs. J. Pergiimii, tun cliildran, and servant, Aira. Wriclit. 51m. Ii. lloedaml two cMlrtrai, .MoWrî. T. H. Hinter, F. H. Wrfelit, W. Noatos, S. liurtoh, M. nrVant, Sluuliortli, H. Siioit. (ortb, C. M'CuJl. F,*iray, W. Taylor, and tlftocn in Ute stoeroge. Wood and Wood, ajouta. DHl'AItTUBE. Mardi 81.-(Prom Keppel Hay) MilCHMA&DT, R.s., 459 tons. Captain <i. J. Finlayson, for Oioktown via porta. Pasrenaera-Memos. W. Whitehill, Thompson, fire tn the steerage, and through pas- sengers. Wood and Wood, agenta....

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 March 1878

Shipping Announcements. To SYDNEY DIB BOT.-Boomerang, Thura day. To HELBOI RN E.- Boomerang «ill take passengers ad cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE I [RECT. - Victoria, on or about Tuesday. To BlfialfcNE, IA GLADSTONE, BUN, DABhRSi andO ARYBORGUGH. -Lady Young, To-niorr r, Wednesday, at 7. To MACKAY, - teamer, carly. To BROADSOUND .-Tinonee, early. To COOKTOWN &INORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by (teamer Bunyip ol Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agente. Rockhampton, Mar* 6, 1678. ' FOB SYDNEY yu. BRISBANE. ¿Jr*. rflHp MELBOURNE . jäS&a£k^ J- /STEAMSHIP COM jwmmtmc PANTS splendid NEW ^VBRBr STEAMER THE CLARENCE, WiU leave ROCKJ AMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, vi» ! RISBANE, on SATUR- DAY, 10th inetai .. Freight and pas mgers booked for Mel bourne and Nowca* e. JOHN ÜÄDRICK & CO., Agents. rrfHE AUSTRALASIAN JJ STEAM NAVIGATION 'COMPANY'S STEAM SHIPS. FOR LOrJDON DIRECT. THE AA1 OTIFPER BARQUE ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 March 1878

;;MP^RÖWQICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reporte ending at 0 a,m. yesterday «tated the rainfall to bc-At Rockhampton, 0- 91 inch ; Keppel Bay, '0-11 ; Marlborough, 230 ^ -£t- Lawrence, 2 '40 ¡ Nebo, I'24; Mackay,, 101 ; Bloomsbury, 0-09; Bowen, 1- 09 j Ravenswood, 0-101 Waterview, 2'25; Clermont,-0'57; Tambo, 0Ü2. It was raining at Cape Capricorn, St. Lawrence, Collaroy, Nebo, Mackay, Flat-top Island, Bloomsbury, Charters Towers, Tait River, and Herbert River, , At Yaamba appearances indicated rain,,_. _

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 March 1878

(A special charge is wade for consignees' announce- ments in tilla column.] Ex Lady Young, H.a.: 30 linga maize, Aclictioii and Allen. Mardi 4.-Boomerang-, s.s., from Sydney din-ct: 3 iiackagos drapery, 374 packages hard mut linn wore, 840 packages wiiies, spirits, and beiTs, 27 package* IKIOU, 255-packages groceries, 146 cases 50 hidf-cani's fruit, CB boxea tin plates. 4 canoa confectionery, an Bocka oat«, 236 bunalos wire, 5 ¡mme«, 7 ca.1*!* Sewing roach ines,. 450 boga potatoes, 9 casos bedsteads, 13 cases axes,' 10 caaes pickB and liatcheta, 3 boxea 8 Suartér-tlercea tobacco, 21 nesta buckuts, o bundles anvela. S3 bags onions. IS roses Reed, 120 li;iga rice, loo nocks flour, SO axle Mocka, ll coils rupe, lo holf cbeststeo, 16 packages olia and poluto, 4 cunes choirs, s^iuckfutea sundries, and northern transhipments. 'Ex nootnerang, a.s.: 7 cases Sewing macliines, 1 box photographic gooda, 4 casés, W. Hopkins. Ex Boomerang, s.a.: 4 casks, 3 coses, 1 hole paper, 1 bundle brooms, 5...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

EUIÖTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to bethe purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced ; it is tho best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Eheumatism, Fever and Ague. It has also proved a most invaluable aud agreeable stomachio to all suffering from general debility and joss of appetite, A wineglaseful twice a day will be found particularly grateful and efficacious in all cases where a cordial tonic is £. squired. Is far superior to sherry and litten, Brisbane, January 3, 1870. GENTLEMEN,-I beg to inform you that I bave examined your Quinine Wine, and can- not find anything deleterious in its composi- tion. ,' It contains at least half a grain of dry pure sulphate of quinine iu each ounce ; and from the quantity of extracts of well-known bitter tonics in its composition, and especially that of sulphate of ojuinin...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

¡fr . , ,... eHTKOHILIi'S Syrups, Limo Iron, Soda, ' "and Ctompounïu» strongly recommended by the faculty for Eonsumption, and all Diseases of Debility J free from any un- pleasant taste or smell.' ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., ' Wholesale agents, Brisbane. -r Elliott Bros, & Co. TWTHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY »» SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggist*' Sundries, Surgical In 'strurncnts, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers nt Adda and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bono Dust, and Crushed Boues. 110 and 112, POT-STREET, SVUNEY, and BBISBAKE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CORRESPONDENCE. ARE OUR RAILWAY WORKS TO STOP? TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

I COHRESPO\DENCE. ARE OUR EAILWAM WORKS TO STOP T TO TUB JUNTOS. Ol THE nt7L..ETOi. Sut,-The meeting lie! 1 yesterday afternoon, in Mr. Macfarlane^ office wasanimportaiit one, as it elicited the pnsitio of the Government with regard to the railw ly extension to Bar- caldine Downs. Altin ugh Mr. Miles was cautious, while displayi g also a little of his characteristic bluntnes it is evident the Government do not inte id next session to ask for Parliamentary anne' on for a further ex-' tension. Thc shoe ÍB IX ginning to pinch. It is idle to talk about tl c danger of monopo- lising thc labour mark it ; the real difficulty is, the Government are beginning to sec the conséquences of thc lc ;acy left them by thc Hou. George Thorn. Six railways to malu, and as many more in ac tation. Where is thc money to come from ? 'he bone-throwing was very successful last sc sion ; but thc echo of Mi-, Miles' utterances throws the shadow of a suspicion that í may not bc so successful in the future The p...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. ! MAILS tat Brisbane, Maryborough, the Aus- tralian colonies, per Victoria, s.s., close this morning at eight.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. . TUE reports ending nt 9 ».m. yesterday stated the rainfall to lie-At Bowen, O'10 inch; Ravenswood, 0*10; Townsville, I'85; Waterview, 4--10; CardweU, 0 24; Cashmere, 0*00; Junction Creek, 0 09; Georgetown, 0*23 ; -Gilbert River, 0'37. It was raining at Dalrymple, Waterview, and Cashmere. Ap- pearances indicated rain at Thornborough, Gladstone, Cape Capricorn, and Charters Towers. ' 1

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FINANCIAL CRISIS IN NEW CALEDONIA. SYDNEY, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

FINANCIAL CSljßlS IN NEW CALE- j DONIA. - J I J .STONEY, February 28. j THE newe brought Bj the Gunga, from Nou- mea, is of a very I disastrous character. It appears that most a tounding and widespread frauds and failures ! ave come to light. The Treasurer of the ' 'ransportation Service, a most popular man, i nd tho best trusted official in .New Caledonia, * ss leaving by the Navarino with his family for i rance, when defalcations in his accounts to ¡he extent of £l4,000 was discovered. Immei iately he knew.that the discovery had be n made, he committed suicide by hanging The Société Foi ;ière, which did an exten- sive business, has become insolvent. Some property might li vc been saved had the in- solvency taken pl ce some months ago, but the manager cont nucd putting off the evil day, and in the m antime sacrificed the pro- perty right and left. The directors and officials of this se iety appear to have been most reckless am incompetent men, con- sequently thc u er rum created in...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. BROWN AND KIRWAN'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

COMMERCIAL. BROWN AND KIRWAN]! STOCK AND STATION IiEPjlKT. Stations,-Several I lations in the settled and unsettled distri( s have lately been inspected, but we do not hear of any sales having taken place. I n the whole, thc de- mand for Buch propcrti s is rather limited nt present, but, for ge d western country, tightly, or unstacked, we still liavc many inquiries. We have so ie very fine freehold estates, with good run < : outside country, in our hands Tor sale. Store Cattle.-Since i ie drought broke np several outstanding c intracts have been worked off, and a few hovers have come for- ward for choice lots ; bul the expected rush from New South Wales br store stock, has not yet set in, notwithstan ling the fact that thc drought there lias fairly br >ken up. Wc quote mixed cattle, from C mont is up, with IO per cent of calves given in, £3 mixed cattle,, none over 7 years, £3 fis. to £3 10s.; males, 2 aud 3 years, £3 to £3 10s.; mal s, 3, 4, and 5 years, £3 15s. to £4...

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VTOTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

VTOTORIA. I MELBOURNE, March 6. The tlioronghbrcd horse Fireworks died on Sunday. He was re sentry purchased by Mr. Cummins for £1785. Thc political situ .tion is unchanged, but a compromise is talkei of. The weather is f arfuUy hot, the thermo-. meter standing at 1 KJ° shade in Melbourne, and as high as 123° e uvde at Ballarat. There have beer several ca es of sunstroke.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

CALEKDAR-MARCIL SP Thurs B Itihrove Tueseny 10 iFIrst Hun. In lient 30m. later than the hours shown io lue shove tihle.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

NEW sfcüTH WALES. r S VD NEY, March S. The new Je wish ijuagogue was opened with great ceremony j esterday. Five thousand persons were prci nt. The synagogue is a splendid building.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

WHEN THE VITAL SYSTEM HAS BERN WEAKENED ïiyn -erere stniiiJ upon fte énergie», no nutter from what cAtim?, it iM hot tafe to trust tn nature alone for a renewal of it« lost Tiffniir. It «nnuM lie jmliciouH.y Htiniulnlfl, wtthmttbeing unduly excited; nnd the IK*SI pnrpani fj/m fur this parpare, known tn tlie nnwliral nrofewmm and »ie public, tn UDOI.VHO WOLFED SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. It λ a pnwcifnl mid wholesome in vigoran t, lui« n solad np effect njmn tito nerves, creates appetite, assista tligefltion, cl-parn tlie InnJn, remiLoten Uio swrcUrniH, und brinca futo fcwlüiy luuiaoiiictus adl-jn all parts of the animal mttHiinetf,

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. AUSTRALIA, H.M.S.-Loft Son Francisco for Sj'dney TÍA the usual port« nf call on February 18, and is due at Auckland on Mardi 13. BUNYIP, s.s.-Leaves tko wharf this morning at nine, taking the southern mails and passengers for transhipment to the B.S. Victoria in Keppel Bay. BURNETT, s.s.-Passed into the Narrows yester- day. BOOMERANG, s.s.-Takes her departure for Sydney direct to.niorrow. BRISBANE, R.M.S.-Loft Cooktown probably yes- terday, for Singapore and Hongkong. CITY OF SYDNEY, R.M.S.- Loaves Sydney on Thur» jay, asUi Instant, for San Francisco via thc usual ports of call. ELAMANG, s.s.-Was to leave Sydney on Monday afternoon, for Brisbane and Cooktown via northern ports. EGMONT, s.s.-Arrived at Sydney from Brisbane fwd northern potts on Monday. FREDDY, schooner.-Bound for Maryborough was anchored off Sea Hill yesterday. JAMBS PATERSON, s.s.-Was advertised to leave Brisbane yesterday morning for Sydney. LADY YOUNG, e.-Takes her departure for Bris- bane rift...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

EXPORTS. .March 5.-Lady Youno:, a., for Brisbane via port» : 25 sacks flour, IO packages «rocerio», 1 wacksgo drapery, 4 packages iron ware, 10 packages sundries.

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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTERS MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. '? > {REUTERS MESSAGES.} J LONDON, March 3. - - THE Bulgarian questioYi has been arranged. The Russians have malle substantial conces- sions. The claim foi the Turkish fleet is abandoned. Tho signature of peace is im ! minent. I j LONDOS, March 4. I The treaty of peace/lias been signed. The Russian claim ! o Bulgaria is believed to be imminent, that foi thc tribute payable to thc Forte having beci renoua oed. Cardinal Franchi, Archbishop of Thessa Ionica, lias been ap lointed Pontifical Secre- tary of State.

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THE NEW PEAK DOWNS COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

THE NEW PEAK DOWNS COPPER MINE. In conséquence of die damaging statements published in the Cit) per/Mil Miner of the 23rd ultimo, the Provis mal Directors have pre- sented theannexed " nterimreport" which they request us to reproi uce for information of the Rockhampton shari miders. The Secretary to tlicBoard,inforwar ingthedocumentforpubli cation.says :-"Thc Directors desire me, also, to inform you that i lie fullest information is always open to jour lalists, so that there is no occasion for any ne vspsper editor to take thc statements of discoi anted or mischief-making persons without sub ni King them to the test of comparison with act tal facts." To Tins SliiREiio ,DEES.-In consequence of some gross inisstatci lents which appeared in a recent issue of th( Connrrfield Miner, and which are calculate t, if left micotitradtcted, to very seriously inj re the prospects of your Company, the Proi isionl Directors think it their duty to lay be; oro you a short report of their proceedings...

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