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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

CRICKET. The Combined FÍteen were again defeated in their. return mitch with the Australian Eleven, concluded In Monday ¡usUÜic latter team winning by {our wickets and; two runs. Here was gnat interest manifested in thc contest, and a good abai of money Avas laid on the result in bets, the Eleven arc said to .have been ,in magniraent form, their New Zealand trip having gteatly improved their physique. Allan played with the Australians, and took no less tuan nile wieTceta in the first innings ; all of the Fiftetn retiring for a total of 78, the thc top score of\l4being obtained by Baker. The homeward-ubuud team placed 125 to, their credit before m retired from the wickets. In their necoiidXiiinings the Com- bined team were nuable to\ make any stand against their opponents, an» retired with a total of OG only, making a grind total of 144 ; the Eleven eventually winmnaaa stated. , The new blood injfrodnced into the Victorian ' team, for the intercolonial nVatch, was un donbtly a change...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

SPORTING NOTEsS^ RACING^EVENTS TO COME. V.R.ü. AiitumnMeetlnç, March S, 7,9. Queensland T.Ok Annual Meeting, Mardi 18,19. Ilueeusuuid A.TA Club Meeting, March 28. KorUi Anstraliaiu.G. Annual Meeting, March'29,80, ApriJl. \ 7 Balonne J. C. Melting. April ll, 12. / Northern Downe Ac..Annual Meeting, Aprilnl, 12. Routh Australian AC. Meeting, April 22,25, p. Australian J.C. Masting, Easter week. Gympie T. C. Anmml Meeting, Mar 0,10. lloCKuampton Jocray l'Un» Annual MeetiluJ, Jane 0, anil V. Two fine unhrokxn two-year-old jcolte, the property of Mr. 1W, Kelman, di . Meteor Downs, near Rolleston, arrived from Sydney by tile Boomerang tn Monday last, and have been located at the!"Normanby 'jf stables, in charge of the proprietor, Mr. End. Gregory. These youngsters arelboth dark hay in colour, and are by the celebrated sire Yattendon, ont of Mr. Kslnuúi'8 maxes Lucy Cpambens and Garter, well known Ai this aufi the western districts for their excellent racing capabilities. Mr. Gregory, I am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

Shipping lAnnoimcements'. ri|HE AUSTRALASIAN ll STEAM NAVIGATION ÍCíítfPANY'S STEAM To 8YISKEY DllâîCr. - James Paterson, about .konrs affcr arrivai. To MBVV'URH E.-Janies Paterson will take psaaengen sap cargo tb be transhipped at Sydney, j To BRISBANE DEjtECT;- Leichhardt, on or about Tuesday. í To BRISBANE, TOA ? GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH -Lady Bowen, Tues day- I To MACKAY. - Steamer, early. To BEOADSODND.i-Tinonee, early. To COOKTOWN* ÍORTHEBN PORTS. Passengers and carlo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip onSudday next, at 9 a.m., to meet mail steam* in Keppel Bay. WOOD ft WOOD, Agents. Bockhampton, Uara 9, 1878. XOR SYDNEY ria. BRISBANE. rpHE MELBOURNE JL STEAMSHIP COM ÏPAN1 B splendid NEW TETE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on SATUR- DAY, 10th instant Freight «nd passenfers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle} JOHN HlADKICK ft Wi? Agents. LONDOt LINE. FOR LONDON DIRECT. jdM^A ri^HBAAl Clipper Barque ^^^^^^^^ (M Tons Register, - J. C. MUNRO, ...

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MARK TWAIN'S HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

MARK TWAIN'S HOTEL. HAVING lately opened a bashery, I send you my rules and regulations. This house will be considered strictly inn temperate. I None but the brave deserve the fare. Persons owing bills for board, will be bored for bills. ,a { u. Boarders who do not wish to pay in advance are requested to advance andV-.v . Boarders are requested to wait on the cook -for meals. <J* Sheets will be nightly changed once in six months, or more, if necessary. » Double boarders can have two beds! with a room iu it, or two rooms with a bed in it, as theychoose. Boarders are requested to pull off their boots before retiring if they can conveiently do so. Beds with or without bugs. All moneys or rather valuables. are to be left with the proprietor. This is insistedinpon, as he will be responsible for no other losses. , Inside matter will not be famished to editors under any consideration. Relatives coming to make a six months visit will be welcomed, but when they bring half their ho...

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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

THE WEEK. TUE complications which threaten the Legis- lative Assembla nert session arc alarming. Tlie Liberal monikers, it is Bald, will not know on which side to Vit ; and il from habit they rctaintbeoldseats\the "borfng" tliat willoccur in divisions is terrible to/con template. Blt the Ipswich elocti\n hub produced a nen' source of confusion\ Tne rejection of the militant Rutledge fdr brisbane was embar- rassing enough, but now we have two "John Macfarlanes *" io tho Assembly. We wonder thc Ipswichians did J\t know better. Just imagine thc zest with tv|ich one John M. will open the other John Jl.\ tradesmen's bills or sweetly perfumed J AiftW-tfimx. Imagine also the intense iutcrcèt with which the member for Bockhlinptou will peruse the billet-hunting appeais of the constituents of thc member for Ipswich, aid vice WT*?. And imagine further tnt difficulty thc public will nod in distinguishing one John Macfarlane^ speeches from the/ other's. \\Vo really don't soe the way out or the ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

FRANK TAjYLOß & CO., AUCTIONEERS, ?. '. . FORWARDING * »ENERAL OOMMFS SIOKÍ|ENT3, . B L A Ó K W A T E ll. GOODS forwarded lo all parta ,of tlie Colonie*; with ~m>e greatest possible despatch. '* j * " ;" AUKNTK roB R. M. Hunter fr Co. "JV. Feez W. Reid k Co. WW k Wood John Headrick & Co. W. k M. C. Tbomsou W. F. Walton W. Jackson k Co. James Thomson Beod and Reeve John Macfarlane Wing Wah k Co. Arthur Bell k Co. G. M. leigh Macdermott Brothers. Agents for Fox's Express Van, running be- tween Blackwater and Clermont and Copperfield. And -Solo Agents for Tooth's Alo, in small barrels, on the Lino. F. F. BUDDEN S " 1? E O P L E'S WABE HO USE,' EAST 6TBEET, ROCKHAMPTON, JS allowed by all to be the Best and Cheapest General Warehouse, North of Brisbane, containing a very exten- sive and ' well-assorted stock, in endless variety, of ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE, Bought in tho best Colonial, ' Foreign, and British Markets, and for «als at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE to meet t...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1876. ] IP ali \te hear be true, the ssssion will open eMer this year than/last. A whisper las reached us that me date of meeting will be the 23rd Afcril-Easter Tuesday.l This allows oft clear three months' s«sion before an Appropriation Bill will bl needed, as the JTreasurcr will not make\>ayments on Iccount of the next financial year und ist August. Parliament ought to meit on the first Tuesday in \pnl ; bul it may be ad- mitted that Ve Government will do better than thev oppo/ehts expected if they really consWit honorable members on the fourth Vuescpy in that month. There is, howevv, f spécial reason to take time by the fcr/lock this year, and one which relieves/Ministers from thc imputation of haying become suddenly virtuous in anticiAtion of impending death. That reaslnfc that the Govern- ment do not exf ecAperfectly smooth sailing next seslion.V They will be hampered in eJsry roYyement by the consciousness tnat the House is mori- bund. Tile o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

"THE MOST READABLE PAPER IN THE COLONY r PHE CAPRICORN!AN of L SATURDAY contains, among other interests íjpí&r, tho following : CENTI1 AL DISTR1Í3T C0UI1T PROCEEDINGS. OPENING OF THE NORTHERN RAILWAY TO THE COMET. ItAILWAY DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER ron WORKS. FULL AND EXACT INFORMATION RELA- TIVE TO THE PEAK DOWNS COPPER MINE. ? SIR GEORGE BOWEN AND THE VICTORIAN CRISIS. LATEST AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC NEWS The Hoosac Tunnel-One-legged Railway Tile Mississippi Jetties. STANLEY'S AFRICAN DISCOVERIES. LEADÍNO ARTICLES-Tlio Selectors' Relief Hill-Valuo of Queensland-Coal-Foundation Day at «ie Brtaliane Grammar Keimöl-«io Forthcoming Session-Tile Northern Railway. SPECIAL AND REUTER'S CABLEGRAMS OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS' TELE- GRAMS. OUR BRISBANE LETTER, and ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. SUDSCKII'TIOS-21s. PER AKKUH. " For this relief, oVicli thanks."-HAMLET. SANDY BLIGET.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion ls a cortie cure. Sold hy all store- keepers. Liberal allowance. FEVER AND AGUn-Cripps' Fever Cur...

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FITZROY ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

FITZllO Y HO WING CLUB. Tire quarterly meeting of tile Fitzroy Rowing Clul) was held at tlie^AtceîTs Hîftsl^on I'liuwidny . oveiúug- MrT JW. (3. Jacksôîr (Vice-President) in the chad'. Tlic Secretary read thc I limites of previous meeting, and the report ol thc Committee for thc past nnnrter, which ' i'ere confirmed and ndopted. Thc Committee liad nothing special to report, hut lnciitionei that the current income hail met expon liture. The plea- sure boat had not y t been procured, owing to thc fact that tlic local hoat-huildcrs had been otherwise cn gag d ; but one of them had promised to comme cc building it in a few «aye. Tile first race in comic tion with tho chili during tho quarter had leen rowed between Messrs. Sewell, Salmon, fartloy, and Julius, representing tho Bache ors ; and Messrs. Pears, Kirwan, D'Arcy, and Tnylor, repre- senting thc Benedicts, ' hich resulted in a victors' for tho Bachelors They recommended tlic advisability of holdii 5 an annual regatta on Queen's Bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

VALUABLE DISCOVERY ' FOR THE HAIR.-Ii your hair is turning grey or white, or falling on, uso " The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it willposUioely restore in every cane Greif or Whif.fi hair to its original colour, without leaving thc disagreeable Buiell of moBt " Restorers." lt mnkcB thc hair charmingly beautiful, ns welt as promoting tho growth of the bair on bald spots, where thc glands aro not decayed. Ask your Chemist for "THE MEXICAN HATH KKNKWEII," prepared by HEKUVC. GALLOP, 493 Oxford Street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers every- where at 3s. Cd. per bottle. Ij^LOMLINE!-Foil TUETEETII AND BnKATn . -A few drops of tbs liquid " FJoriline " sprinkled on a »wet tooth-briiBh produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to thc teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to thc breath. It re- moves all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

THURSDAY, MARCH 14. THOSE VALUABLE QUEENSLAND STATION PROPERTIES, nt AS 1. WARRA WARRA, (Darling Downs), con- taining, in additija to tho leased lands, about26,500Acres?FREEHOLD Estate; two' miles from Hailwsl and Telegraph Station. 2. NUKINENDA, AVost Moreton) containing i about 10,606 Acre! FREEHOLD ; about thirty ? miles from Mijphy's Creek Railway ¡ Station. 3. NORMANBY, (frost Moreton), containing about 32,000 Ates FREEHOLD, eighteen miles from Ins wah, and two miles from thc ] proposed Bauwaf Station at Harrisville. Wim ALL S#)CK AND LMPROVE TkMENK THEREON. á~i EOBXfBtasllRIS k CO. bavo iee« \JT favonre\jWt'1 instructions frosr thc Managing ExecWr in the Estate ofjfio late George Thorn, tftsell by pubUcafction, at their Rooms, lSOjjqkon-stroet, JJRsbane, on THURSDAY, Mfina^ at Kh*n o'clock, The followings _M MAGNmCEÑÍfcMEEMMND STATION in the^^n^n^stric^^LpARLtKG Dorena,!groining the uk^known \ pastoralljoperty of Messrs^fcLL & SONS, -Esotra, and being the j same-«ripti...

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GRUMP'S PET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 March 1878

GRUMP'S PET. ON ft certain day in November, 1850, there meandered into the new mining cam» of Fainter Bar, State of California, an individual who was instantly pronounced, all voices concurring, the ugliest mau in the camp. The adjective ugly was applied to the man s physiognomy alone ; but time soon gave the1 word, as applied to him a far wider significance. In fact, the word was not at all equal to the requirements made of it, and this was probably what influenced the prefixing of numerous | adjectives, sacred and profane, to this little word of four letters. The individual in question stated that he came from "no whar in pu'tiklar," and the savage, furtive glance that shot from his hyena-like eyes seemed to plainly indicate why thc land of his origin was so indefinitely ' located. A badly broken nose, failed to soften . the expression of his eyes, a long, prominent, 1 dull-red scar divided one of bis checks, bis mustache Was not heavy enough to hide a hideous hare-lip ; while a r...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

'METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. ILfBHS reparte for the forty-eight hours ending pPKt nino a.m. yesterday stated thc rainfall to be-At Rockhampton, 0-18 inch ; St. Law- rence, 1-47; Nebo, 1-C5; Mackay, 24 05 ¡ Bloomsbury, 5'02 ; Westwood, 0'15 ; Clermont, OHS i Bowen, C'22; Bavenswood, 410; CSJJarpy, MO; Townsville,' i-85. It was raining at Chadstone, Cape Capricorn, St. iawrenco, Nebo, Mackay, Bloomsbury, . Banana, Westwood, Dee Uiver, Blackwater, Copperfield, Burdekin, Ravenswood. Ap- pearances indicated rain at Maryborough, Milchester, and Charters Towers.

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DEBATE ON THE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

13 THE ADDRESS. Tm: Suez-Melbourn > mail bringt the reporta of the debate cn th Address in reply to the Queen's Speech on the 17th January. The' following is a telegr phic summary : TUE HO SE OP LORDS. Earl Granville si d the utterances of Lord Beaconsfield during recess had been couched in tones of bellige ent neutrality, and had differed from sent monta expressed by his colleagues. He sai< if the assurance given by Russia in regard to Jritiah interests were un- satisfactory, Parlia neut should have been called together int lediately ; if they were satisfactory, the oi ty effect of summoning Parliament now was to cause a feeling of in- security. Loni Beaconsfiek said tho summons to Parliament was issi 3d when there first ap- peared an opportun ¡y for the inauguration of peace negotiation! The Porte's appeal to ' England to intimât ¡ her readiness to open peace negotiations wa in a measure made at the instance of the Briti h Government, although at the same time si int...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

. MAGISTERIAL ROSTER, . THE following is the list of Justices for attendance at the Police Court during thc week?-Monday, 11th-Messrs. R. M. Hunter and F. H. Hobler ; Tuesday, 12th Messrs. Henry Jones aud F. Kilner; Wednes- day, 13th-Messrs. W. F. Lambert and W. O. Lamond ;. Thursday, I4th-Messrs, IC. P. , Livermore and J. Macfarlane ; Friday, )5th Mr. P. F. Macdonald.; Saturday, loth Messrs. R. S, G. Macdonald and J. Murray.

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THE LATE MAORI MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

THE LAJE MAOIil MEETING. Tim following interesting items relating to thc late meeting <£ the Maori Chiefs with Sh George Grey, (Premier of New Zealand, arc extracted fromjtbc JVVMJ JZcaland Mail: The reporter afterwards interviewed Manuhiri (Tan titi Ngapora). Manuhiri looks fast hreakiiig ¡ p, hut lie is a splendid type of an old chief. ! Iis face is so closely tattoed that it would he < ifb'cult to stick a pin between thc lines ; the eyes deep set, but quick and keen. Anothc . aged chief, who might easily Ix: mistaken f r him, sat beside him, tattoed almost exactly in the same way. Thc latter had thc head of a picaninny sticking out from under his mat. Manuhiri was reading thc Old Testament whi h lie left, when duly ordained a clergyman o the Church of England, at Mangoro, near < tahuhu,- in church, and which was found ten years ago, covered with dust and cobwebs, ii a crumbling pulpit, and was returned to-da; by one of the European visitors. Afte ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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COMMERCIAL. JOHN MACFARLANE'S MONTHLY RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

COMMERCIAL. * JÖRN MAOVUELANE'S SfONTHty RETORT. ! -Stations.-There arc continued inquiries for came stations in good situations^nnd some saleamay be expected at fair rataejlmt little 'business baa been done during th/past month.' Stole Cattle.-Prices remain/ unaltered. I have Ikquirios for some largs/lots, but eales Aro maoW with diüiculty, mi\ai cattle, ne- eding k quality and situa/ion of ruu where offered, ODs. to 70s.; ate/re two and three years oldjYtbout 70s. i trfce, Jour, and fivo years; SOsAheifers, 75s/to 80s.; extra good np to £5, nhave sold Jon account of Measi-B. J¡- P. IJoydWd Co/ Kalonga, 2000 head mixed sexes, Hp. fi br/nding, at 80B., delivered at Tambo; Messr/ Bell «nfl Dutton of Bimerah, purchner/. Fat Cattle.-Myket well supplied. Town rates for good buApks about £G ; on railway lineabout 10s. lujfbeV. I bavo sold, on account of Messrs. M'aim s\d Telford, of Consuelo, 100 bullocks Ja £6 Jls., and on account of .fessrs. Macartney at» Mayno,. of Waverley, SOO bullo...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

MELBOURNE AJCJOL MAEKET. ' I MESSRS. HASTLNO», <ÍUÍII>TNC;IIAM, & Co.V monthly report for If*)) February states : The amount of bushiest transacted in thc wool market during thc mouth past exhibits n very large reduction from vic returns of previous months, more so indeed than usual, although we commonly record nie termination of our wool season about this Hate. No doubt all, or nearly all, of the produce within easy reach of our railways has hecii (brought to town, but the late liighly-priaed rtiins will probably en- able many lots of wooHhitherto blocked up on the upper rivers, to bo placed upon thc market within a short time, and for tin's reason wo defer to euinraaiise*tjio season's operations until next month ; we may, however, call at- tention to om- statement of exports given below, where it wilt bs seen that, for thc fi rat time since 1870, a defi :it, and that to a large extent, has been recor ledi; it is probable that farther shipments will reduce thc...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRED STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

EU HOPEAN MA ILS-1878. TOllUI-S STU»HS IlOl'TH. j AIÎÏUVKS at lîuukliain])ton .. .. March 23. Í.KAVKS ltoekharopton .. ' .. Jlíircli2í), j

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

SHtPPim INTELtiaBirCE. I CLEARANCE. / MARCH A.-SURPIUSE, |*fR, 1W tone, Brom/ muter, for Clare lice KKoi| in ballast. W. JadtBon ?nd Cai agent«.

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