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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

. VICTORIA. I MELUOITÍSI, Mardi C. Tlie Intercolonial Rowing Ma oh was won hy the Victorians hy one length. It is stated authoritatively that thc Governor will decline to sign warrants for the payment of money on the vote of th Legislative Assembly alone, His Excellency laving come to this decision after obtaining advice from the best legal authorities in thc lolony. A compromise was reported ;o have been made between the Government nd the Oppo- sition. Thc terms were that tho Council agreed to pass thc rayment of Mein ers' Bill and that the Government agreed ta withdraw thc Payment of Members' item fr m thc Appro- priation Bill. But it now trat pires that the arrangement fell through. A caucus of Ministerial i embers of the Assembly was held yesterni ht. The pro- ceedings were secret, but rep rt says that it was agreed at thc meeting to more the Legis- lative Council, on thc ground that that Cham- ber had put itself outside tl a limits of thc Constitution. Jt was also dc ermined th...

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CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Wednesday, March 6. BEFORE His Honor Judge Blake. F[?]GERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

j CKNTJIAL hrSTllICT COURT. CKIMINALITÔIIISMOTION. WeducsiMiy, Jlfarrh G. BEFOHK His Honor Jlulgo lilake. FollîKltV. James CuliiU was ildicted for laving forged a cheque for £3 ; a seiend count in the indict- ment charged thc nasoner with uttering a cheque kuovviug it to liave hoon forged. The prisoner, who was undefended, pleaded not guilty. A jury bcingkiunauncUod, the Crown Prosecutor briefly stated tho facts of tho case, and called I Detective John Loni, who deposed that he arrested thc prisoner al the Leichhardt Hotel on December 29th ; tl» prisoner said he had received the cheque ill tile way of business from a man with wliomjio was unacquainted ; witness took thc chcqlc to thc Queensland National liauk, where il was dishonoured, no such person as the draw*, George Williamson, being known at the balk ; witness received the cheque from Mr.l John Beattie, of Duaringa ; the cheque] produced is that referred to. I iWThcodore Amsden demised lie was a store l/cepcr At the Comet, Biv...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYNDEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

NEW SOUTH WAlfcs. I SYDNA, March G. j Tlio sales nf 4000 store sheep, < i account of Mr. Jaines Glass, of Quecuslai 1, and 8000 eves at Logan Downs, arc rcpo ted at satis- factory prices.

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AFTERNOON SITTIN[?] CIVIL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

Am:i:NO0K SITTIN CIVIL JUUISUIUTlfiî. Thc following undefended cal Bes were dis- posed nf, veiilicts bohle; rctn ned for tlie plaintiffs in each case. The cos s to bc taxed by the Registrar, Mr. Stanley O Hill. Stewart anil Lucas r. 3. Tl unas, goodB sold, fill IDs. 2d.; Kcllawar Í id l^ea r. H. rope, goods sold, £44 lis.; \V. ?. Walton r. W. H. Bailey, dishonoured pr«! issury note, £21 14s. 4d.; A. Feez r. DeinWer, goods sold, £117 19s, 3d.; Stewart oil Lucas r. Campbell, gooda sold, t9 Us. lld.: Some v. Versuiann, goods sold, £10 4B. 8<L; Janet ^EWSfaH" H' rc lo, dishonoured pro mfytgeUJkf £37 2s Cd.; D. Fraser «. WMnun Ney, dishonoi red promissory note, £61 19s. 3d.; A. Feez v. William Davis, goods sold, £30 8s. I0d.; Sha! spears v. A.. A. Hull, dishonoured cheque, £ !6 18s. 10d,; W. G. Caporn ». Thompson Bc inctt, goods sold, £21 10s. ld.; Collins and M Lean r. Bryson, goods sold, £12 14s. Sd.; Ban of New South Wales v. J. Cramp, money wing, £57 Hs. !)d.; Trnstee, Mor...

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CALED[?]R—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

* OALKNDIR-MARCH. fi ¡Shrove Tueseay 10 Hfnttiiin. lu Lout * The tides renell their full flt thc Pilot Stntluii, Keppel Bay, Sh. iûta. earlier and ut ltockliritupton, 80m. Inter than the lioars BUOWTI in the above table.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

CHURCHILL'S Syrups, lime Tran, Sode, and Compoonoa strongly recommended l>y the faculty fer Consumption, and al Diseases of Debility ; free from any un pleasant taste or smfell. ELLIOTT BHOS. , & Co., Wholcsalo agents, Brisbane. Elliott} Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE-DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTEIS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In etrumonts, TniBse}, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturen of Acids and CueoBcals, GlasB Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Ikmc Dust, and OniBhfld Boues, 110 and 112, PITT-STOBET, SYDKBV, anc BRISBANE. Chemical Works sud Glass Factor}', Iron dove, Bajmain, Sydney. . ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommenced by thc Faculty, and acknowledged to bc-the purest and chcapesl tonic yet introduced | it is the best restorative for the young, woak,\ftndaged ; it strengthen! the whole system, and stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheuma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

ROYAL IKSl'IVANCE COMPANY. j THE uiiilcrsiçuedlrc authorised to receive j proposals "for lisui'.ince against lire iu the above Company, I XV'. JACKXOX & CO., I Agents. DOWXWJAIV! -1'I:IME \VAI:HNAM- ! IMlOL^WI^TOESTux Boomcran", j 2s. per «wt., IrMhs ßt^ACIl&jON AN il ALLEN, WilkaurWuaC j LADIES from tl) fortahlc ITou lie accommodated il Ml street. Terina mfden; Office, Kockhainpt QUINNSLAND TASTORAL ^SOCIETY. ritlsiriKNT : W. KELMAN, ESQ. VIOE-lltlMIDENT : W. S. PAWL, EMQ. TI-MT-TEKS : HON. A. Iii BUCHANAN W. H. ItftfliAKDS, ESQ. HOBEKT llvTTON, ESQ. COMMUTER qi' SIANAfiKMENT : JOHN lîUqiî, ESQ. H. S. WILLS, ESQ. J. BOLITHO, ESQ. SAMUEL HINTON, ESQ. (¡KO. TURNBULL, ESQ. WM. GRIL^, ESQ. HONOIlAntf TIlEAKUUEIt ; JAMES BOLITHO. ' IlONOIÍAItí SKClll'TAKY : CHAULES (KENNY. r|Ull! ELEVENT|TANNUAL SHOW, in J_ connection with thc above Association, will bc hchl at the|r Yards, Springsure, on WEDNESDAY, thciSrd July, lo78, when the following PRIZE LIST will bc open for com- ...

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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

FACTS Alfa SCfíAI'S. I (From Iii I'ajirrn.) IT has hoon resolved io hold a monster laney fair at Portland, Viet ria, on linster Monday and Tuesday, on a sim lar scale to those carried out at Ararat and Sal Ihorst. On thc follow- ing Wednesday a rej stta will he held. An immense number of isitors is expected, thc intention lieing to ma' e it a carnival week. Michael O'Connor, recently acquitted of a charge of forgery on the ground of insanity, was released from a ol as cured three days ago, and on Kith Fel nary cut his throat in four placa* He was mt expected to lire. The la'Llipt wei thcr at Sandhurst has caused a nfeKtwny udden deaths. On I Oth February fJBBSmer vas sitting at Lockwood, and four oilier inqi esta were waiting for Monday. The body of a roi a named Thomas Pegg, residing in Bridge-st cet, was toroid on ijth February in a dam i i thc upper reserve, not far from where a tn ighbour of Pegg's Borne weeks ago eommitte suicide. This, also, is supposed to have l»e ii a case o...

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THE PEAK DOWNS MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

TIZE PBÁKÍDOimB MINE. ff TfiK prospects of tile above mine are of snell ' f vital interest to the iistrict'jthat we make no ! apology for reproducmg, almost in its entirety, . ', the description given of this property by the « editor of the Peak Bown* 'Telegram, in last ï Saturday's issue of tilt journal :- ;! Everybody knows! by this time, that the mino was knocked down for a mere song-viz., £3000, while thc ore Already raised was taken . nt a valuation, amoni ing to £2460 14s. 3d., ! the contingent ex enses being trifling. Moreover, an inventai ?. has been taken of the ; t materials on the gi lund. ' These include , r machinery, such as < igines and whims, also g buildings, firebricks, < -eelay, and so on. Tile j whole were thrown in rith the mine, and are | estimated to be worth £2946. The list does | not include the furn: :cs or smelting works, the value of which i not set down. It is ' believed, however, hat the old furnace bottoms arc rich in opuer, conta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

" For this relier, Auch thanks."-HAMLET. SANDY BLIGHT.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion ls a cerwn cure. Bold hy all store- keepers. Liberal allowkce. FKVKB AND ACiul.-CripjiR' Fever Cure never falls. Hold bf nil storelfeépers. LUfcrnl nllowance. STOMACH AND 1,1 VB H COMPLAINTS.-CrippB' Tonic AnÜMUoUí Pills fold by nit storekeepers PERSONS WH*SE AVOCATIONS are sedentary anti confino them indoon* ____ especially tn need of some wholesome Htlniiilant. Stall, life behind denVa And nt work tivlile«, «tr., ÍH unfavorable to health. It interferes with appetite mid digestion, causea partial stagnation of the circula- tion, disorders the fiecretf ono, and depresses tho spirits. To obviate these evils, nrtoremedv them when thev exist take a moderate done of UPOM'HO WOLFK'S 1SCH1EDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, nicht and mom i riff, rta alterative and vitolizinc: cflcrt will astonish the dehlliatod and nerrmiH who resort to it. lt is Ute purest and safest medicinal stimulant and corrective tliat can IMJ taken hy e...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

SHIPPUtO INTELLIGENCE. j fiHtPI'INO MOVEMENTS. ATISTIiAMA, H.M.S.-Left fian Francium for Sydney via tim usnal ports (if «ill on Foin miry 16, and la due at Auckland on March 13. CITY OF SYDNEY, Il.M.K-Loaves Sydney Tbursdoy, 28th Instant,*» rinn Francisco vii theusual ports of cull. ELAMANG. «.s.-Left Sydney oil Mondiiv after- noon, for BrisWtio mid Couktoivn vii northern [iuris. FREDDY, schooner.-Hound for Maryborough was anchored off «ea, HUI yesterday. JAM KS PATERSON, s.s.-toft Brisbane on Tues day morning: for Sydney. On arriving at lier .Ic Ktlna tion alis «111 bo despatched to Rockhampton. LADY YOUNO, ».-Took lier departure f<ir lill« bane viA ports yesterday Morning nt seven, and panned out of Keppel Bay In tile afternoon at 2ao. LADY BOWEN", «.-Arrivât at Brisbane on Mon day, and leaves to-day ut ono for Itocklintnpton viii porta. M-lOHHAIUiT, s.s.-Arrivod nt Townsville from southern ports on Tuesday. MERCHANT, ahlp.-Loft Cardwell on Tuesdnv for Melbourne. Till» ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

Shipping Announcements. ToSYDNEY M To M BL BO take passengei at Sydney. To BRISBANE To BBXSBJ MARYBOROl day. To MACKAY. To BROADSOl To COOKTOM Passengers andi steamer Bunyij mail steamer ' Rockhampton,! IH15 AUSTBALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION lOMPANY'S STEAM PS. ' -Boomerang, Friday, R N EL-Boomerang «ill and cargo to be transhipped >IBECT. - Yaralla, early. VIA ¡GLADSTONE and JH. -Lady Bowen, Tuos ^Vamer, early. Tinonee, early. iRTHERN PORTS.- Í cargo will be forwarded by J i on Sunday next, to meet j Keppel Bay. j OOD & WOOD, Agent«, arch 7, 1876. FOB SYDpEY vu BRISBANE. HK MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S splendid NEW STEAMER THE CLARENCE, WiU leave BOEKHAMPTON WHARP for SYDNEY, *a BRISBANE, on SATUR- DAY, ICtli ilstant. ' Freight and {passengers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle. JOHN HEADBICK & CO., I . Agents. FOR LÍNDON DIRECT. THE AA1 CLIPPER BARQUE SCOTTISH HERO, 867 Tom BlauTEd CAPTAIN N. M'EAOHASV. JI^Í rplHE above %*essel is now ^^âiSÎSà -I, I loading fo...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 7 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. TlIE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated tho rainfall to lie-At ifaekay, 0-43 inch; Bloomsbury, 0'27; Bowen,0'05; Ravens- wood, 0 05 ; Cashmere, 0-22; Junction Creek, O'OO; Georgetown, 2"10; Gilbert River, 2-11 ; Creen Creek, I'02; Normanton, 0'55 ; Kim- berley, 0 09. It iras raining at Mackay and Cashmere, and at Thornborough appearances indicated rain. A GIGANTIC WIÍALE.-J-TVÍ*' Tinus, in its weekly edition of December 28, says :-" The gigantic whale capturcdEu February last in the Gulf of Taranto, Ital/, has been subjected to a critical examination »y Professor Capcllini, who, in a report lately fubUihed, statis it os IUB opinion that the whale is of a species hitherto unknown tojBcience, and he has named it Bethena taramna, in allusion to thc locality of its capture. /This unlooked-for ilia discovery of a new sjecies of hugo marine animal, taken in coruAxjon with the alleged appearance of anothei 'monster,' a short tune later, and iu tho s mo n...

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CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. CIVIL JURISDICTION. [?], March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. CIVIL JURISDICTION. 7Vii(r»\iy, March 7. BEFORE His Honor udge Blake. JohnO'Rqnrke r. P. Macnamara.-Mr. C. H. B. Mackay, "rom tl s office of Messrs. Kees K. Jones and Brown, .ppcared for the plaintiff, Messrs. Melbourne < nd Milford for the defen- dant. This was an iction to recover £40, the price of two horses lleged to have been sold by the plaintiff to t ie defendant. A plea of never indebted was i ntered. Hugh Savage de; oaed that he bad two horses, the property >f the plaintiff, which he sold to thc detendai ; in January, 1877 ; he sold them for £46, he amount to be paid in two or three months he gave instructions for the delivery of the li rses to defendant ; about a week after defeni int told witness he bad received thc horses ; four months after the defendant said the ht 'ses were not worth the money, and that he i tended to return them ; he never saw the ho «es in defendant's pos- session. By Mr. Melbourn : : The defendant was told he c...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. [?], March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

I COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. j {FROH otra OWN CORÎUSSPOXDEKTS.) QUEENSLAND. ÏBuisiWNn, March 7. Mn. MACFARLANE lu % been elected for Ipswich, polling 349 votes, against Mr. Kcllott's 274 ; majority, TS. j The Lady Bowen sai ïd at one to-day, for Rockhampton vii the po ta. The Marine Board att ¡bute the loss of the Western Star to the inc irrcct position in the cliart of Banda Reef. T icy entirely exonerate thc captain and office 's, and express an opinion that tho seas in that direction should bc accurately surveyed is soon as practicable by the Imperial Govcrnn ent. Tile Rev. Mr. Chalmei j has arrived at Cook- town. He recommendi that a well-equipped party, not loss than tw enty, should explore New Guinea, stating tho ; if they were accom- panied by a botanist anc naturalist the speci- mens gathered would lefray the expenses. He strongly deprecates i rush. The R.M.S. Brisbane took from Cooktown 1439 ounces of gold for fongkong. A second Chinese j uk has been built at Cooktown, and is read...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

iWmcTPÄL COUNCIL^** THE usual fortnightly meeting of the Muni- cipal Council was held Jtütefday afternoon in tho Council Chambers. The Aldermen present were :-Messrs. AV. G. Jackson (Mayor), J. Macfarlane, J. Ferguson, J". Bundy, C. S. D. Melbourne, lt. Sharples, W. F. Higson, A. Foez, and W. F. Walton. Tile minutes of the previous mooting, after an alteration by Alderman Sharples, were passed. connEsroNDENcE. The following correspondence was read, and thc subjoined action taken upon it : 1. From Mr. Rawlins, Under Colonial Secretary, returning Bye-law Four for correc- tion, previous to its approval by the Governor in Council, on thc recommendation of the Attorney-General. The alteration referred to is in thc following :-"Every such landlord or owner who neglects or refuses to comply with llir votier ox aforesaid shall for every such offence be Iiable-4o a penalty not exceeding ten pounds " : thc words italicised to be cor- rected to, "any notice," "given notice," or "this bye-law."...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

NIÎW SOUTH WALKS. I SYDNEY, March 7. The //erafft piibhsho ¡ a special supplement in English and French for thc Taris Exhibi- tion. The Annual Show if the Sydney Agricul- tural Society opens onjtho 23rd April.

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

KHIPPINQ MOVEMENTS. AUSTRALIA, R.M.8.- Left San Francisco for Sydney TIA the usual ports of call on February 18, and ls due at Auckland on March 13. -Tokes lier departure for ling at 030. BURNETT, s.s.-From this port UDUnri tn Bunda- berg, put Into Gladstone, and resinned lier Tuyaga on Wednesday. CITY OF SYDNEY, R.M.S.-Leaves Sydney on Thursday, 28th Instant, f or Son Fraudara vii Uieusual ports of «dt ELAMANG, e.a.-Leaves Brisliane for Cooktown TÍA northern ports to-uiorrow morning. LADY YOUNO, ¿.-Took lier departure from Glad- stone for Bundaberg, yesterday «norning at six. -Left Brisbane yesterday at ria ports. LEICHHARDT, s.s.-Left Torasrjlle for northern poisson Wednesday. MORNING LIGHT, scliooner.-Bound for Mary- borough, was anchored off Sea HUI yesterday. SIAM, R.M.S.-LeaTe8 Melbourne on Thurwlav, Sut imitant, for Point de (lalla vin the usual ports ¡if TINONEE, s.s.-Frota Broadsound to Rockhamp- ton ls reported to be anchored In Pearl Bay, north nf Port Bowen, where «herec...

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

CA.LIF0RMMÏ ROUTE. j ARRIVES nt Rockhampton about.. Mareil\ LEAVES Rockhampton abont ,, March 20. .SaT The Melbourne-Sues mail «irires at MEL- BOURNE abont 10 days earlier, and departa about 10 days later than the date shawn in the almire table. The Californian mail arrives at SYDNEY about 8 days earlier, and departs about 10 days later.

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 March 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for Brisbane and Maryborough, per Yaralie, s.a., close this morning, at eight. ' Mails . for the Australian colonies. New Zealand, and Fiji, per Boomerang, s.s., close this morning, at 8-30.

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