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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

NEW SOUTH IvÁLES. D' Alberta's account of bl last tripitq^Now Guinea is published in the] Btriáíll lt is an interesting narrative of tríveLj¿Jlé met con- siderable opposition from WwHres It is stated that TrickettMjBjaent a chal- lenge to America, offering/tó*t»any sculler for the championship at/ Hj/Wf? He will give £150 for thc accepter's expenses if the match is for £600, or £300 if ¡tis for £1000.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. XBE reporta enamg at if a.m. yesterday elated the rainfall to be-Ât Rockhampton, HOi inch ; 'Maryborough, 0 05; Mackay, 0'*8i Bloomsbury, VIO; Townsville, 0-28. It was raining at Charters Towers, Dal- rymple, Townsville, Mackay, and Nebo. Appearances indicated rain at Copperfield and Marlborough. jf ?The rainfall for the week was-At Rock- hampton, C'76 inches ; Gladstone, S')5 ; Bun- daberg, 0 24; Marlborough, 6-10; Mackay, 9-68 j Bloomsbury, 12'29; Westwood, 1-21; Townsville, 21C ; Cashmere, 6-17; Junction , Creek, 2-04 ; Georgetown, 2-41 ; Gilbert - River, 3-08 ; Creen Creek, 1*80 ; Normanton, «.75; Kimberley, J-33; Bowen, 1030; Ravenswood, <H5; Cardwell, 194; Keppel Bay, 0-11 ; St. Lawrence, 2-40; Nebo, I'24; Waterview, flifiO; Clermont, 057; Tambo, 0-02 ; Maryjjorough", 0 05.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BUNDABERG, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FliOM OUR OWN »IlHliSPONDEKTS.) QUEEN ¡LAND. B TNDABERG, March 6. Thc Minister for 1 forks has arrived at Bundaberg thia mom ngf and received & deputation in thc atti noon. In reply to a question he said the vorking plana of the railway were not como meed yet, bat would be hy the omi of the in rath. Tenders -would be call cd for in April, rhe Government had made no delay. The ra ways would be taken in thc order in which they appear on the notice-paper of the Hom >. To« »SVILLE, March S. InthePolioeCourt, yes erday, H.P. Hughes, editor and part propriet ir of the Northern Standard, was committ sd for trial 'in a criminal prosecution fo a libel published against James M'Manue proprietor of the JJfimsitjk /Jerald. I MBBAUB, March 8. This evening's Ttlcgraf 'i publishes the fol- lowing message from Mel oume. Governor Bowen has consented to sign warrants for the payment >f public money on the authority of the L gislative Assembly alone. Sir Briau O'Logh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. BULLETIN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

COMMERCIAL. . ; # Brawm OFFICE, Friday Evening. AB may be expected from tue season, and tn consequence of.#he lato rains, the business in the -wholesale houses hat been slack. There is said to be plenty of wool on the other side of 't* the Comet on its way to 'town ; but the receipm for the week have been very few. There ¿Vno alteration to Ilote in the rates of carriage,\f hich may be quoted at £8 per ton toSpringsure; flOtoCJennont, and £8 for back loading ; JES to Tambo, £14- down ; and £22 to BJackalL Vith £16 *o £1JG return. The produce market has been marked by a great fall fe the price of potatoes, which duringV the- Week have declined fully ' £6 a Vpn-, (Thia is no more than might have nen expected, as this article has been selling at fahey prices for some months ' back. A sall irorther decrease may looked for as the seawik crops are gathered in the South. Butter hasnechned about 3d. per lb. ' A slight tallis aha noticeable in maize. At Bundaberg the quotfttans are from 6s. 8...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

I IRJIUTEIVS .MESSAGES.}'jà I , LONDON, MWI C. Only tho prelintianles of peace lune boen signcil until a denUte treaty be drafted at St. Petersburg. EiAroum is to be restored to Turkey. The qucstíVi of the passage of the Dardanelles is re/erved\

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BROWN AND KIRWAN'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

EBOWX AND KIBWAK'S STOCK AND STATION . / BS REPORT. ^¿?^MSma.-Several stations in the settled v^~<md tsjtfettlod districts have lately Ireen ' inspected! hut we do not hear of any sales having taken place. On the whole, the de ltuwfiprTuch properties ù rather limited at present ont, for good I western country, 'lightly, orAnnstockei, we still have many inquiries, We have some very fine freehold estates, wi til good run of I outside country, in our hands fonsalc. ¿ J * Store CattlsV-Since tlc drought broke up several outstanding contracts have boen worked off, ania few buyers have come for- ward for choice! lots ; bit the expected rush from New South Wales for store stock, has not yet set in, notkvithstandingthe fact that the drought there liasTfeiirly broken np. We quote mixed cattle, fronrtó mbnths np, with 10 per cent of calves givenln, iC3 ; mixed cattle, none over 7 years, £3 5s.Y><£3 I Os.; males, 2 and 3 years, £3 to £3 lOsALnales, 3, 4, and 5 years, £...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, no date, 4'4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

% CABLEGRAMS. ¿ ] ISrBOUh COimSSPOKDESiTB MESSAGES] '* no date, i'i p.m. * Tire Sultan «nd Vi Czar luve exchanged coniplimentaW tim conclusion of the peace. The Arabs ragerevolted at Aleppo. ' The HussiaKTfcce removing the obstacles to the navigatu/i of tJn^Danubo. Mr. Montague Chimers, Q.C., has been appoint/cl Recorder of Öhidon. t JjoNDON, March 6. . General Ignatieffltakes the treaty of peace to St. Petersburg I for ratification, j Mean- while, though thea- publication is Seferred,' the leading articles lof the treaty arl known. The conditions menacing British interests have been withdraws. Bulgaria is to be con- stituted au autonomous province under a prince to be chosen by an assembly of notables, and who is not a member of any leading reigning family. Bllgaria will be occupied by Hussion troops forjtwo years.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

Miren 8.-IJoomonuiR s.»., fw Sydney direct: 1<0 bal« 1 pockot wool, IBS tilden, 3 tierces, 2 linjnuieads tallow, Î bali» skin», 1 bone, 10 packages sundries. IMPORTS. IX special charge IB made for consignees' announce monts in thia column.] March 7.-Louisa Marla, ketch, from Landabem : 22,000 feet Umber.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. j JlEPAllAjKES. MABCH 8.-BOOMERANG ' «.n., 440 ton», Captain <* T. Darrell, for Sydney di ¡ct Passengers-airs. <!. Tuon, Mts. Mills, Dr. Tl in, Meurs, J. Cowar, M. D. Walsh, 3. M'Sliwiy, »I «tor Forrest, and eight lu the steerage. Wood and Y «id, agents. Mardi 8.-Y ABALLA, i s., SKI ton». Captain A. T. Edwards, for Urisbane «tin t. I'aaaongera-Eleven in the steerage. Wood and t mal, ugeuta. tatlast, u. M. Hunter as CLEARANCE. ?H, schooner, ia1} iona, H.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

a fonder plant lucerne requires1 no com- mendation, its -value being well known ; but there is nine too much energy shown in secur- ing a gwdviiaduock ot it by landowners. A. few have «one so, and are now/reaping sub- stantial benWfit therefrom, and Ire trust ere long others »ill follow in their wake. While speaking of lucerne, il may be well to note that wi new kind caUedM i/a{/(t, from California, is »ow coming into nf tc, as being in most particulars superior to ordlnaiy lucerne, if this be toe case (and ctperiments in Southern .Queensland seem to ubar it out), it is worth an effort on the partfcf any one' to secure enough sled to make I trial of it Bide by side with thV better known variety. It, maybe luid-frona colonial sfedsmeu in Bris- bane and Toowoomba. / As stated on fortier occasions it is absolutely necessary that the soil be al from the seeds of obnoxious weeds ai possible to prevent the H¡sk of failure. It is al/o necessary that he soil bo in a goodtstate pf tilth, and...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IN THE WRONG PEW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

I IN THE WBONG PEW. " I'M desperate," be said, "andi must have food for my family. If I cannot get it by fair means, I must by foul. Your money or your , life 1" 'lr' ¿. Ho was a veritable tramp, and Mrs. ' -.' O'Donnell looked at him, and told him that "í ' ¿ she was poor herself, ."r "Oh, that's played out. I haven't killed - anybody for a month ; but I must have b-lood , -? " ? orJujoB." "Ill call my husband," said Mrs. O'Donnel. . "I don't think you will," said he. "He won't be home till six o'clock, and I don t believe you've got a telephone about, the ' .house," " We have nothin' to give yez ; vbut, oh, sparc my childer," said she, aa the tramp grasped little Mike. "Ill dash his brains ont against the bed- post," said the ferocious villain. Then Mrs. O'Donnell Irish blood was np. She yanked that tramp Off his feet quicker than a reporter would find the bottom of a. schooner. She bent him double, and his bones , cracked like the Fourth of July. When he came out of the window he...

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

HOSPITAL COMMJTT\B MEET WO. TIIK usual monthly meeting f thc Committee of tue Port Curtis and Lc chliardt District Hospital was held tuiL'udnj rftmnini inrthe' Clerk of Petty Sessions' r< DID in thc Court- house. There «ere present :-Messrs. ll. M. Hunter (President), : T. 1. Faunce (Hon. Treasurer), .1. Ferguson, A. Fee?.,'IVS. Hall, fi. Tuson, <}. M. Leigh, fi. Schmidt, .1. Brown, and \V. G. Jackson. Dr. CAMPBELL ("Resident ! argoon) read thc minutes of the previous mci ing, which were confirmed. Tho only letter received y thc Secretary was one from Mr. Alexander, covering cheque for £20 19s. Sd., thc net proi cede of thc late entertainment on behalf of tl o Hospital.-On the motion of Mr. HUNTKII, econded hy Mr. FEEZ, it was unanimous! passed that the Secretary bc instruct d to acknow- ledge thc letter to thc gent) men composing the Amateur Christy Muutn s for their very handsome contribution. Dr. Campbell then submitb 1 thc tenders he had received in reply t...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

EUliOP KAN M MLR-ms. J TO lill ns KTKAITS JÎOITIC. AMU VHS ot lîorkliampton .. .. Mardi 23. LKAV1ÍS ilockliaiiiptim .. .. Mareil 29.

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CALENDER—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

CAIXKIMR-MAIICII. I 10 .Finit Sun. in Lent * Tho tiller} rwml» tliuir full at (ho l'Ilot Rtntiim, Keppel It.-iv, 2h. 40iu. l'iiilipr ; ruiil at Ilnckliaiiipton, 30m. later tluui the hourn Mnnvn in tlio iii nive tallie.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

CAUI'ODNIAN lUWTi;. ARRIVES nt noGklinmptcm about,. h\vA\ 5. LEAMOS Rockhampton about .. Mureil 20. SST The Melbourne-Suez mail uni ron nt MEL- BOURNE ul mut 10 days earlier, ntl tl departe almut 10 days Inter tl mn tim date shown In tho above table. Tho Californian nvtil nrrivos at HVDNKY about S days earlier, and départ» about 10 days later.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Friday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. CIVIL JÜRISDICTION. Fi llan, Mardi S. BEFOBE His Honír Judge Blake. Jury-Messrs. James Thomson, A. E. Alexander, C. li i den, and J. Brown. George Silas C irtis v. William K. Higson. Mr. Patrick Beal instructed liy Messrs. Jones and Brown, apparcd for tko plaintiff; Mr. Pope A. Cooper, instructed by Mr. W. K. D'Arcy, for thc < efendant. Tile plaintiff i ned to recover £08 12s. Sd. for goods supplie I to tho defendant. The con- ditions of sale w rc not admitted. The sale of certain potat es, the price, and delivery were admitted. * Mr. Beal opone 1 the case, and called George Silas ( urtis, who deposed, lie was an auctioneer ca rying on busincBB in Rock- hampton ; bc h ld a sale of potatoes, ex Helena, on the w larf, in Octolier last ; before selling bc read th conditions of sale from thc book produced ; i ic conditions contained one to tho cfi'cct that a purchaser taking delivery of goods not act iraing to sample did so at his or ber own rial ; the...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

J M!:i.!!ori].\i:-sri:z ROUTE. ARRlVESatltocklmniptontiliaut,, April fi, LÇAVKH Kocfclmniptan about ., ¿larch 12.

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Tales and Sketches. THE RASHNESS OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

Mfa mid fîwtrte. THE RASHNESS OF YOUTH. Bv Coz. . IT Was many years ago: thc year 1865; tho . month, January ; the day, 1 forget. Thc Iliaco was about half way between Auckland and Newcastle; and your knowledge of V geography will at once tell you that wc were Ar floating on the majestic Pacific. Tin's day thc old ocean fairly deserved her name, for the 1 water was as smooth as a fish-pond, and hardly a breath of wind widened the expanded sails. In the slackness of their usual work, the sailors were engaged in splicing ropes, er un- ravelling old cables* that had served their purpose in that capacity, but were now to enter on a new phase of usefulness under the name of oakum. Sea-faring men generally ? regard this kind of work as a method of employing idle hands so as to keep them out of mischief. They submit, with becoming grace, to the command ; but are determined that it shall bear a strictly literal interpretation. Behold, therefore, their fingers busy, but their tongues still b...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A WIFE'S WONDERFUL ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

A. WIFE'S WONDERFUL ECONOMY. WE liad been out to the graveyard to bury Mrs. i'idgeoii and we « ere riding home in the carriage with the bereaved widower. While ' he stopped Iiis eyes with his handkerchief he he told us about her : "In one respect I never saw her equal. She was a manager. I've knoned that woman that's lying out there in the tomb to take an old pair of my trousers and cut them ' up for the boys. She'd make a splendid suit of clothes for both of them out of them old nts, get out stuff enough for a coat for the y and a cap for Johnny, and have some left over for a rag carpet, besides making liandkerchiefs ont of thc pockets and a bustlé for herself out of the other linings. Give her any old garment and it was as good as a gold mine. Why, she'd take a worn-out sock and make a brand new over-coat out of it, I believe. She had a turn for that kind of economy. There's one of my shirts that I bought in 1847 still going about making itself useful as winder curtains and pantal...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS DUSTER.-At her residence, Turkish Bath, Rock— hampton, on the 7th March,the wife of J. H. Duster, of a daughter.

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