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CALENDAR—JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878
CALENDAR—DECEMBER—JANUARY. &nbsp; DAY | DATE | MEMORANDA | MOON'S AGE | TIDES. Highwater at U. Flat &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mon | 7 | ... | ... | 1.29, 1.30 Tues | 8 | ... | ... | 1.44, 2.0 Wed | 9 | ... | ... | 2.17, 2.33 Thurs | 10 | ... | ... 2.48, 3.5 Fri | 11| ... | [4.59 a.m.] | 3.22, 3.41 Sat | 12 | ... | First Quarter | 3.59, 4.22 Sun | 13 | 1st aft Epiphany. | ... | 4.46 , 5.16 The tides reach their full at the Pilot Station, &nbsp; Keppel Bay, 2h. 40m earlier ; and at Rockhampton, 30m. later than the hours shown in the above table.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 8 January 1878
CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY- SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- struments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers &nbsp; of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones. 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gou...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS &nbsp; LOCKE — At McGusty's Waterhole, near Connor's River, Queensland, on the 29th December, John, the fifth son of the late Thomas Locke of Walla- badah, N.S..W.,and beloved brother of Mrs. P. Duff, of St Lawrence, Queensland, in the 27th year of his age. Accidentally killed by the fall of a tree. Maitland Mercury please copy.
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. &nbsp; ATLANTIC, schooner.—Arrived in tow of the &nbsp; Nowra, s., yesterday afternoon, and anchored off the A.S.N. Co.'s wharf. BEATRICE, ketch.—Arrived at Maryborough from Rockhampton on Monday. BUNYIP, s.s.—Leaves the wharf this morning at ten, taking southern mails and passengers for tran- shipment to the s.s. Victoria in Keppel Bay. BOOMERANG, s.s.—Takes her departure for Sydney direct to-morrow. BOWEN, R.M.S.—Arrived at Cooktown from southern ports on Monday night. ENTERPRISE, schooner.—Left Brisbane on Sun- &nbsp; day for Rockhampton. ELAMANG , s.s.—Probably left Sydney for Bris- bane on Monday afternoon, and takes her departure from the last named port on Saturday morning for &nbsp; northern ports. &nbsp; JAMES PATERSON, s.s.—The arrival of this steamer at Sydney from this port has not yet been telegraphed. The prevalent head winds would account for her non-arrival. LADY YOUNG, s.—Takes her departure for Bris- bane ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; DEPARTURE. &nbsp; January 8,—YARALLA, s.s., 303 tons. Captain A. T. Edwards, for Brisbane direct. Passengers— &nbsp; Mrs. O'Rourke, Miss Barton, Rev. J. F. Addison, Messrs. W. H. Walker, G. S. Kerr, W. G. Touissant, McCullum, C. C. Martindale, and twelve in steer- age. Wood and Wood, agents. CLEARANCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; January 8.—Louisa Maria, schooner, 39 tons, Todd, Master, for Bundaberg, in ballast. Master, agent. &nbsp;
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. &nbsp; Enterprise, schooner, left Brisbane on 6th instant. Adelaide, barque, 435 tons, loading at London on October 20, for Keppel Bay. Olivet, barque, 435 tons, left London on November 25. R. M. Hunter and Co., agents. Serena, barque, 500 tons, Captain W, Young, from London via Townsville ; arrived at Townsville on 1st December. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Atlantic, schooner, 260 tons, Relton, master, from Sydney. Master, agent. Louisa Maria, schooner, 39 tons, Todd, master, cleared for Bundaberg. Master, agent. Christina, schooner, 190 tons, Love, master, from Maryborough. Master, agent. Rockhampton, barque, 467 tons, Captain Shields, from London, discharging. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Scottish Bard, barque, 816 tons, Captain D. Kerr, cleared for London. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Scottish Hero, barque, 867 tons, Captain M'Eacharn, from London, discharging. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Sepia, barque, 696 tons, Captain J. C. Munro, loading for London. W. and...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. The reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to be—At Mackay, 0.25 inch : &nbsp; Bloomsbury, 0.54 ; Georgetown, 0.29 ; Woody Island, 1.07; Waterview, 0.39 ; Cardwell, 1.15 ; Cashmere, 0.12 ; Normanton, 0.13. It was showery at Mackay, Flat Top Island, Cardwell, and Cape Capricorn, and fine at other stations.
European Malls—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
European Mails—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton .. .. January 26. LEAVES Rockhampton .. .. February 1. MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVES At Rockhampton about .. January 18. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 15 &nbsp; CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. &nbsp; ARRIVES at Rockhampton about .. February 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 29. The Melbourne-Suez mail arrives at MEL- &nbsp; &nbsp; BOURNE about 10 days earlier, annd departs about 10 days later than the date shown in the above table. The Californian mail arrives at SYDNEY about 8 days earlier, and departs about 10 days later.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
" For this relief, much thanks."—HAMLET. SANDY BLIGHT.—Cripps' Eye Lotion is a certain cure. Sold by all store- keepers. Liberal Allowance. &nbsp; FEVER AND AGUE. —Cripps' Fever Cure never fails. Sold by all storekeepers. Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND LIVER COMPLA NTS.—Cripps' Tonic Antibilious Pills. Sold by all Storekeepers. RAPID PROGRESS—PREMIER &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; POSITION. Great popularity—Intrinsic merit. Reduced Price of the HOME COMPANION. It is only a few months since the first shipment arrived ; but the Machine is so really good, that there are already more Home Companions sold in Queensland &nbsp; monthly than are sold of any other Hand Sewing Machine. This rapid success exhausted our stock &nbsp; again and again ; but we have now a good supply and plenty more to arrive. The great consumption has warranted us in making a large contract with the Manufacturer at a lower rate than formerly, which enables us to reduce the ret...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
The Morning Bulletin,¶ ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1878. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE violence of party conflict in Vic- &nbsp; toria threatens to prove calamitous to &nbsp; that colony. The deadlock may be &nbsp; &nbsp; terminated when the adjournment ends next month, but present appearances indicate that it will be fought out to the &nbsp; bitter end. From the Conservative &nbsp; journals in Victoria, and from the Press &nbsp; universally beyond the boundaries of &nbsp; that colony, Mr. Berry gets sole credit for the deadlock and all the &nbsp; &nbsp; rancour evoked by the contest. &nbsp; Mr. Berry is certainly the most prominent figure on the aggressive side, but he is backed up by many thousands of colonists who cannot be fairly &nbsp; classed among the unthinking mob. There is something to be said on his &nbsp; side of the question, and the journals &nbsp;...
PASTURES NEW IN QUEENSLAND. THE WEST-NORTH-WEST. [BY A [?] RESIDENTS] (Continued.) OBSERVATIONS ON THE SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
PASTURES NEW IN QUEENSLAND. &nbsp; THE WEST-NORTH-WEST. [BY A LATE RESIDENT.] (Continued.) &nbsp; OBSERVATIONS ON THE SITE. Although Normanton is situated on a nice gravel ridge, and quite secure from floods, yet it is not a good place for a township. The water is bad, and the grass immediately around &nbsp; it is always scarce and of poor quality. Hence &nbsp; carriers and travellers are put to much trouble &nbsp; by their horses straying and losing condition. The navigation of the river is tedious, and the &nbsp; schooners that come have to anchor some six &nbsp; miles below the town. It will, I think, &nbsp; gradually rise to be an important town, and the port of all the Norman, Saxby, and Flinders country, and the wool grown in that &nbsp; excellent sheep country, the Upper Diaman- tina, Wokingham, Western, and Upper &nbsp; Flinders Rivers, will soon find its way to Nor- &nbsp; manton, instea...
CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] THE WAR. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
CABLEGRAMS. (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT'S MESSAGE.) &nbsp; THE WAR. LONDON, January 6. &nbsp; THE Russians, under general Gourko, have occupied Sofia, in Bulgaria. &nbsp; A Vienna telegram states that Russia re- quires the evacuation of Bulgaria by the Turks as the condition upon which she will agree to &nbsp; an armistice. It is thought unlikely that the &nbsp; Porte will assent to such a proposal. &nbsp; LONDON, January 7. &nbsp; &nbsp; General Vadetsky has crossed the Balkans &nbsp; &nbsp; by the Schipka Pass without meeting with the slightest opposition, and it is therefore thought probable that a junction will be &nbsp; effected with the army corps commanded by &nbsp; the Czarewitch and General Zimmerman. &nbsp; General Lannville's corps, stationed on the Balkans, had 810 men frost-bitten, of whom &nbsp; 53 died. Engagements have taken place between the Turkish and Russian...
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 6. &nbsp; The Observer asserts that the British Go- vernment, in a reply just forwarded to the French Cabinet, state that no action is in- tended to be taken by England for the pur- pose of securing the suzerainty of Egypt. The Right Hon W. E. Forster, M.P., in an important speech delivered yesterday to his constituents at Bradford, expressed his approval of the early meeting of Parliament, as it would, in the first place, settle the conflicting rumours now current in regard to the foreign policy of England. He praised the action of the Government, as described by Lord Carnarvon ; and thought the existing treaties could not be altered with- out the consent of the other Powers. He pointed out, moreover, that all the European Governments would, if neccessary, prevent Russia from acquiring Stamboul ; and that if a difference of opinion arose on the Eastern Question between Karl Beaconsfield and some of his colleagues an appeal should be mad...
THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 8. &nbsp; Archbishop Vaughan has received the &nbsp; pallium (a mantle of short white cloak of lamb's wool, with a red cross, encircling the neck and shoulders, from his Holiness the Pope. His investiture as Archbishop of &nbsp; Sydney takes place on Sunday next. The Working Men's Association have re- &nbsp; solved to send a deputation to the Premier &nbsp; (Mr. Farnell) requesting a stoppage of all &nbsp; further expenditure in immigration, About 8000 bales wool of the new clip have reached Sydney in excess of the quantity received at the same time last year. &nbsp; The Minister for Lands has given instruc- &nbsp; tions for a strict revision of all reserves &nbsp; within the various pastoral districts, with the view to probable legislation and cancella- tion of all reserves not required for access to &nbsp; &nbsp; wate...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 8. &nbsp; The Cabinet have discussed a proposition for reducing the cost of the public service. It is reported that a large number of officials will be dispensed with. The dry weather is seriously telling on the prospects of the country districts. The Coliban River, for the first time during the last twenty years, has been reduced to a chain of waterholes. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;