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CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Tuesday, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

CENTRAL M$pmUT COURT. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. TiivmlniiiMareh 5. BEFORE His Honor Ju Ige Blake. Thc criminal sittii ¡a of thc above Court commenced at ten o'cl ck this morning. The legal profession was represented by Mr. Patrick Heal (Crown Prosecutor), Mr. M. Haynes (barrister), an I Messrs. C. S. 1). Mel- bourne, \V. K. D'Aï y, Henry Milford, and W. Thompson. AS! I ULT. Hairy Thompson -as indicted for assault- ing one William Ch il with intent to inflict grievous bodily barn Thc prisoner, who was undefended, plc dod not guilty. The Crown Prosecutor sta cd the case to the jury, and called William Oriel, wi ) deposed that on Sep- tember 24, 1877, h< was boatswain of thc Scottish Bard, lying i t the wharf at that time; the prisoner came on J>ard the vessel and bad sonic words with witt qss ; witness told him to go on shore, and notimakc any disturbance ; thc prisoner then askctl witness to go on shore and have a drink J wi ness was in thc act of stepping on to tile gi ug...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, 7TH MARCH, 1878, AT 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

ORDERS OK THE DAY VOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HULD ON THURS- DAY, 7T« MARCH, 1878, AT 4 r.M. 1.-Cnnsffleration of motion by bis Worship the MAYOV adjourned from last meeting, "That MrVW. C. Clements be appointed Town SurvcV>r for thc'nisuing year at a salary of £350\ui<l Clerk of Water Works for thc same periodVt a salara of £7ô, tho latter sum to bo chafed to The Water Supply account.11 I 2.-Applications fV thl office of Inspector of Nuisances. \ I MOTlV*!. 3. -By A Merman M 4muLi.A!>"£, That thc sum of £l|t\ be placed at the disposal of his Worship IlieVlayor. 4. -By Alderman FEmioloxA That premiums b conclcd hyVhc Council for the best and second l>qpat dcsiVt for a new Tomi Hall. ^ 5. -By Alderman MAITAHLINE, \ Thal this Council adopt thc Committee of Works' Hcport, No. 325. C.-By his Worship the MATOK, That this Council adopt the Committee of Water Supply Kepoit, No. i>2. Dil. TVHEU., Bishop of Ncwcaajc, lias just completed the legal flirmalities by which li...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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AFTERNOON SITTINGS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

^ÄFTEBBOOt SnTOÎGS. I j^ïûlm-IIooner alia« jjklu) Joños was indicted Tor stooling a letfcr, tho property of the Postinaster-Creiicml. Tile prisoner, who was undefended, plojided «ot guilty. The Crown Prosecutor hficlly stated the facts of thc case, and coiled, j Detective John folg, who deposed that he Ww prisoner on DeJcmber 20, 1877, at the Prince of Wales Hljtel, and in answer to ¡witness, he denial that his name was /John Hooper, did denied getting a 'letter in that iiamo from the Post Office, or obtaining cash for a money order ; witness brought p isoncr to the Post Office where he was iden ified by a clerk there, as thc person who ha received a letter in the name of John Hoo er; witness took prisoner back to the Hotel and the landlord pointed out his room in w lieh witness found a book with thc name J( in Hooper written on the fly leaf; thc ca tain of the brig Colibri identified thc pris« tier as haring, in thc name qf John Hooper, 1 jen empted as seaman on Ifoard that vessel....

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

wri.iioi;nNT.-5i!i;7. nouTn. 1 AltniVESalRockliamptonaliout.. Marchs. LKAVICS Itockliaiupton nliout .. Mulch 12.

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

j EUROPEAN MAILS-ms. j Timms STRAITS BOITE. ARni\TES nt Rockhampton .. .. Marchai, j LEAVES ItgcUii-niutun .. .. Mardi 20.

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

M For this relief, inch thanks."-HAM LIX SANDY niJC HT.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion IR a rei tin cure. Sold foy nil store- keepers. Lthoral n)li> ince. F li Visit AN» Af.1 K.-Ci-ipps' Fevor CHIC never fails. Knlil foy nil «tor teepena Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND h VKR COMPLAINTS.-Clipps* Tonic AntihUious rill Sold foy uti storekeeper*. RAPID PROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION. <Jrca( popularity -IntrinN.cmcrit. Marhinc. ThfH.rnp i success exhausted our stock npain and opal ii ; foul we lin ve now n pond supply und plonty more to arri 3. Thc (Treat consumption hos warranted IIB in mn in£ a larpc contract with, tlio Manufacturer at a I wer rato tlinn formerly, which uahbjtt us to reduce the retail price to Four l'on nd s i ShillinpH. We M II nnteniimerato tho good poi nts of the Machine-wo am do netter. Wo viii pi ve a local reference nt tl > noaroxt township tn any in- tend i up purchaser, n ; the Machines aro already in every part of tho Col ny. Liberal discount to Store keepers....

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

j CALIFORNIAS JIOUTU. j ARMVK8 ni n«i&hainptnn aboutMarch 8. LEAVES lt ut* hampton about .. Mardi 20. , ¿t5T Tile Melbourne-Suez mail arricen at MEL noUHNK nlmnt 10 days earlier, ami departs about JO daj'K Inter than tha date ahown In thc olmve table. The íJalífoniiaii «mil arrive* nfc JSV1>NKV about 8 «lay« earlier, mid depart* about 10 days later.

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

BLO0D PURIFIER. SARSAPARILLA, has, from time ¡mme mirtal,been oontidered the best agent for thia purpoae. , DR. HAYLEY'S COMPOUND EXTRACT of SARSAPARILLA contains all the valu- able properties of this plant, together with the advantage of being a pleasant and palat- able beverage. . For those who abstain from alcoholic drinks this will act as a gentle etlmulant, whichlrenders it peculiarly adapted to a hot climate. Í , i; ON SALE Bisulpbote Lime 1 Turner's Homoopa Carbonate Soda/ 1 thic Medicines cwt. keg I Piesse and Lubin's, Carbonate Soda, 1 oz. Rimmel's abd other packets, 7 lb, boxes Perfumery .Bicarbonate Soda, Nitrate Silver Crya- i Howard's " tau Sulphur, 1 and 2 crt. AlbumeniBed Paper j easies ; ' I Pyrogallic Acid Sulphur, los. pockets, Soda Hyposulph ' 71b. |boxes i Thomas & Mawson' , Sulphur roll' J Collodion Epsom Salta, J cht. Canario Soda, Resin ] and 1 cwt. .kegs i Brown Lump Silicate Gnom , Salts, I its. Soda packets; 7 lb. botes Soda Crystals, Whit Bluestone...

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

rRESBYTijniA|N CHURCH. / /öMMUaiON SERVICES. HfftKC-BS alt, aFjlfa.u Ac nsrUlJfrci plUDAY Fi (p.m. ff the ClhurchArfraímidcd RVANtjft q/thVjlEoRD'S TH\FWirJKoe 10th jrntory Scrvnie win lie held thc 8th instant, at * ROCjk-BORING. Rfi. FORlfcj>fiSoVED PATENT . MACHDHfror workiiiufin tunnels, submarine drjrç;, drivingjJfFelB, stoping, sinking shaÜ(^)onng in quaHtts and in ojien rock-cuttítács for raupnplrwili penAratc thc hardestrock six indies TKr minfljar FORD'S^ATEf^\lR^jPMPRESSOR gives a beater prflture 1^^; without heat, than can*bcobtaiuem bvjwcthcr meaiiB. FORD\?^ATHN|rFOUL-AIR EX- HAUSTER jj sliajp levels, and tunnels. AppljUo^SD^pffl) WATERS, Sole Agent, 87, Bourke-BturfT WîBt, Melbourne. IUTTLE LOCK-STITCH tG MACHINE. EVERY genuirlHOME SHUTTLE SEW- ING MACMNE is stamped M. MOSS AND CO., Sole A»its, Sydney, N.S.W. REDUCED PRICE LIST No. 1.-Hand Machine, £4. No. 2.-For Triadic use only, with table complete, ¡G Ss. No. 3.-With ¿»vcr to lock, £7 7s. GEO. RAFF & O0.,li...

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STANLEY'S AFRICAN DISCOVERIES. THE RIVER LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

STANLEVS AFRICAN DISCOVERIES, j THE RIVER LITTKUSTONE. .BRIEF, mention hu attcody been made of "the emergence at "boondi, on tho «cst coast of * Africa, of Mr. Henry My Stanley, who startoil from Zanzibar, on thc efist coast, some three years ago, on a furthcr/cxiieditiou to explore equatorial Africa, lit. Stanley's enterprise, as is known, was undertaken at thc expense of two newspapers, the Daily Trk'jraph of l/ondon, and tho Jferlid of Mew York. Thc project was thus infested with a certain advertising garb ; Inn the importance of tho results cannot lie denied. What has occurred is briefly this. Mr. Stanley struck the Lualabo, a great »vcr which Livingstone thought was "tho Brand oki Kile;" and by following its COUIBCTfound himself at length on tho bosom of tUat great river, having its outlets on tile wes! coast of the continent, which is best known as tho Congo. This identity has of late years been guessed ; Stanley has established it. The story is related in letters lo thc newsp...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

COLONIAl TELEGRAMS. (FROM OOH O VIN CORRESPONDENTS») QUEENSLAND. / BRISBANE, Marco ¡ A letter lias beenlreceived at Cooktown from Mr. Irving, at Pott Moresby, detailing tho circumstances uni sr which geld jvas dis- covered by hims It and <flKlf^r Goldie's party did not pros] eet the head ot the river. It is believed that great deal of prospecting has been done be are payable gold was dis- covered. It is tl : opinion that better pros- pects are obtaina' Ie in almost any river of Northern Queensl nd than in New Guinea. The inland tribes I ave joined in a war against thc Port Moresby tribe, and only a strong party could safely irospect the country. Most of the land at Pi rt Moresby has been pur- chased by the h ndon Missionary Socioty, who understand bat any agreement made with thc chiefs a d witnessed by officers of men-of-war will bi respected. . The s. Lady Boi en arrived last night. She is announced to Ba on Thursday, for Rock- hampton via the pc -ts.

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

Shipping Announcements. TflE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM SHD*. To SYDNEY DIRE T.-Boomerang, Thurs- day. To M E L'B O D : NE.-Boomerang will take passengers ai 1 cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE D] tECT. - Yaralla, early. To BRISBANE, v i GLADSTONE, BUN, DABERG, and M ilYBOROUGH. -Lady j Yoong, This Mor mg, Wednesday, at 7. To MACKAY. - £ earner, early. To BBOAÔSÇÉBI -Tinonee, .early. To COOKTOWN! NORTHERN PORTS. Fauengen and ci 'go will be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip i 1 Sunday next, to meet j mail (teamer in K ppel Bay. WOpD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, March 6, 1878. FOR SYDNEY vu. BRISBANE. mpi" MELBOURNE j JLf STEAMSHIP COM ÏFAFY'S splendid NEW j THE CLARENCE, WiU leave ROCKfAMPTON WHARP for SYDNEY, via ÍRI8BANE, on SATUR- DAY, 16th instaft. Freight and paaengers booked for Mel- bourne and NewoaAle, JOHN|HEADRIOK & CO., Agents. FOB, LOlDON DIRECT. THE AA1 CLIPPER BARQUE SOOTtlSH HERO, 867 TOKS RBGISTEJ CAPTAIN N. M'EACHABN. ^I^* ri...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 6 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0, 1876. THERE arecertaint| te forms of expression, frequently used by Ministers, which tide j them over a tempo iry difficulty by com- mitting them to no :learly-defined course of action. One of he most convenient of such phrases is : " the case will be de- I cided on its merits. ' The latest example I in point occurred i: Brisbane a few days ago, when an influe nial deputation, con- I sisting of promine »t members of the Legislative AssemI ly, waited upon Mr. j Garrick, Minister Tor Lands, bringing before that gentlerc m the advisability of i the Government m king concessions to those selectors win , in consequence of the drought, woul be unable to pay their rents when th y fell due on the 31st of this month. Th : facts of the case are not disputed, the >nly question being whether it would I s preferable, as the members of the Go ernment propose, to decide " each case in its own merits," or pass a short Relief Act as early as pos- sible after the A...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPAltüRES. Minen t.-BURNETT, 8.1 IO tam. Waldon, muter, for Bundaberg, In ballast. Halter, axent. March 4.-VYKING, s., 70 tons, M. Brown, master, for Gladstone, in ballast, Master, agent. CLEAR NCE. March 6.-LADV YOUN ¡, s., 421 tons, Captain W. Bill, for Brisbane vlá tirtx. Passengers-Mrs. Claud Whitehead, Hon. 1 . Miles, Messrs. Claud Whitehead, tl. Cahill, L. P. Vanen, F. J. Byerley, W. Wright, B. Tolano, S. Na li, A. O. Hsrtiert, T. P. Roberta, W. P. Walker, ri. Cragg, and ten in the steer- age. Wood and Wood, agents.

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THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

--, nra m LA.ND HAILS. I'nwt Town or ItecrfTlnpr Office. I Mails close nt Hocklinmpton Saturday. nt 3 p.m. Monday, at 8 p.m. Monday, at 8 p.m. Tnesdav. at S p.m. Thursihv, nt Î n.m. .. Tnejilav ami Frhlav, at S p.m TnuulaV and Friday, nt 3 p.in Mnnilny, nt 9 :i.m. H:\ilv. nt 3 p.m. Nntririlay, at ll a.m. .. Tliiirsilav, at 7 a.m. Tmv.Iny, nt ll a.in. Tncsdayi at 1 p.m, Saturday, at 7 a.n¡ Tuesday, nt ll n.m Tuesday, nt ll a.n Tnewiny nnd S:iL, Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Mnnilny. at S p.m. Momia v. nt 8 p.m. Arrive nt Post Town. Friday, nt S p.m. Weilnesdiiv, nt 3 p.m. Mnnilny, nt n p.m. Snt-nrdnv. nt 6 p.m. Friday, at 2 n.m. Friday nnd Mnndav, nt noon Fridnv nnil Mnnilny, nt 1 p. Mon.l'ny, nt ' Friilny, nt 5 p.m. . Friilnv, at nnnn. i Tliursihv anil San., nt 1 p.m. jiffiiOilÛ».:; - 1 Mnndav, at ñ p to. Tuesday, -it ti p.m. Wednesday, nt 4 p.m. .. Wednes. ami San., at 0 p.m. Friday, at noon. Saturday, at (i p.m. Saturdav, at «î p.m. TlmrsdaV, at o p.m. Tuesday, at S p.m. Leave Post Town. Sat...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CORRESPONDENCE. SETTLEMENT ALONG THE RAILWAY. TO THE EDITOR [?] THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

COJlfíESpXíDlSyCK SETTLEMENT AIJONI} THK HAIL WAV. TO THE F.niTOK OH THE BULLKl'IK. Sin,-Thc efforts noJ being mode by our Chamber of Commerce t i extend our railway westward, deserve the h< irty support of eveiy resident of tho Central district. It is not alone thc present traffic with thc great west, but the settlement of s large population at remunerative industries in tuc rich interior, that is to be secured ; nd thc railway will promote this. In the meantime, however, there is eonio doubt whet cr our present linc is made enough of ; wi other settlement is encouraged in its neigh lourhood. I would ask whether any lana s open for scloction past Westwood ; and if 50 tho locality and area. The principle o Railway Reseñes seems sound if proped ' administered, i.e., appropriate the proceeds of all lands fifty miles on each side of thc 1 no, to Construction Fund ; but do not sell ands till a fur con Mr ucl ion ; and then by election, at a fair upset price. A largo osident p...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-1S7S. TORHES sriuirs no UTK. ARRIVES at Rockhampton .. .. March 23. L1ÍAVES Rockhampton .. .. March 29. MKI.BOVIINK-SUE7. ROL'TK. ARRIVESatRocWiamptonoliout.. Marchs. USA VES Rockhampton nhout .. March 12. CALIFORNIAN ROUTH. ARRIVES ot Rockhampton about.. Mareil 8. LEAVES RocUutmpton about .. March 20. Ä3T The Mellioume-Siiei: mail arrives nt MF.l... BOURNE about 10 days earlier, nuil departs ahout 10 days later tluut the date shown In the above tallie. The Californian mail arrives at SVDNHV abuut 8 days earlier, and departe about 10 days later._

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FllOM OUR OWN COURE TCINDENTS.) QUKENSLiAN ). Bjnsr IKE. March C. It is understood that this Excellency Governor Kennedy will proceed to Mary- borough immediately after thc Brisbane llocos (on Monday and Tuesday, thc 18th and 19th instant), to tum thc first so of thc Mary borough-Gympic Railway on Saturday, the 23rd instant. His Excellency will be accom- panied by the Premier, tl« Minister for Works, and probably also by tl i Treasurer. y\ His Excellency will procoi 1 thence M¿ Rockhampton on an official vii t, and will bc accompanied by thc Premier ah ie. Thc trip from Maryborough > Rockhamp- ton and thence back to Brisl ne, will pro- bably be made in the Govern neut stcauiori Kate. Jj The Governor will uot go irther north/ owing to thc near approach of tl : session.

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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. ISPECtAl COIWESPOSBEXTS MESSAGES.! (LONDON, Mareil 4. His Royal Highness tile Prince of Wales visited the Paris Exhln'tion building on Saturday. I The Hon. T. Elder, of Routh Australia, has been presented at Court. I The occupation of the J urkish provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina I Austrian troops ia imminent. Thc Hon. Gathorne H rdy, Secretary for War, in presenting thc Ar ly Estimates, said thc British army at tho >rcsent time was in excellent condition. T o regular troops numbered 110,000, and t o auxiliary force 400,000 mcu. LONDON, M ireh fi, fi').") p.m. Thc Colonial Office prorliscs to appoint a committee of naval officers 4D determine a plan of defence for colonial ports!

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The Morning Bulletin. ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. THUKSDAV, MAHCH 7, 1878. IT were idle to pdptend that Mr. Miles' answers to the Clamber of Commerce deputation have inspired confidence in the bona fides of thi Ministry. Although the honorable gen leman regretted Iiis want of local know edge, it is apparent that the Premier ha not failed to instruct him in the shufllin- policy adopted by the present Governt lent in regard to the Northern Railway. No one knows better than Mr. I" >uglas which route the general interei LS of the country require that our ri ilway should take beyond Emerald Downs. He is well aware that a deviation to Clermont would effe tually rob it of the character of a trunk line ; and we are confident that in I s heart he is well satisfied that such deviation if carried out would be a political crime. But the simple state of the lease is, that Mr. Douglas hopes to Iplay this railway card at the impending General Election. He is under the Impression that a government candida Le for Clermont would inev...

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