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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOl'ICH. MAILS for Gladstone, Bundaberg and Mary-' borough per Lady Bowen, e., will close this evejihg-for registered letters at six, and ordmary letters at eight.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

KBII'PINU MOVKMKNT.S. AUSTRALIA, R.M.S.-Loft Sim Francisco for Sydney KA Hie niau! ports of «di on February la, and li doe at Auckland on March 13, 'BÜNV1P s.s.-Left tho wharf ycBtarday morning at nina, taking tho northern malla and iollnwinn pswonsem for transhipment to ttic s.s. Hlauiflug in Keppel liajr- Miss Graham, tir. Rosenthal, and five in tho steerage. BOOMERANG, (.».-ls duo nt Sydney fran Rock bampton to-morrow muming. CITV OF 8VDNISV, R.M.K.-Leaves Sydney on Thursday, 28th Instant, for Sun Francium via theimunl ports of call. ELAMAN!!, s.s.-Left Btislrane for Cooktown ria northern ports on Ssturday morning, and arrived in Keppel Uly Inst night nt B l 5. EGMONT, s.s.-Leaven Sydney this afternoon fur Brisbane and northern ports. KATE, schooner.-Arrived at (Hailstone yesterday morning at 7'S0 from till« port. LADY YOUNG, s. -Loft Maryborough on Satur. (lAy for Brisbane, nod leaven on her return tri], to Hwckharapton to-morrow. ? LADY . BOWES, s.-Left <ilndi>toi...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

NEW SOctH WAXE& I SYDNEY, March 9. Two actions against Cobb and Co. have been. tried here in whicl the juries awarded damages to traveller left behind in conse- quence of the coach starting before they had breakfasted. It is stated that i ie New Guinea Expedi- tion starts from Sy ney in1 about ten days hence. ;.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CENTRAI DISTRICT COURT. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Saturday, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

! CENTRAI \DIST1U0T COURT. CIVIL AJMSDICTION. Saturakg, Mardi fl. BEFORE His Honor J idge Blake. James Fenn v. K. I. Hunter. Mr. Patrick Heal, instructed liy 5 r. H. Milford, appeared for the plaintiff ; 1 r. Pope A. Cooper, instructed hy Messrf Jones and Brown, for the defendant. Plaii tiff sued for £70 money owing. Tlie case li id boen struck out on Thursday, under th : misapprehension that thc costs of the adjou nment from last sittings liad not been paid in I y the plaintiff. Joseph Martindale deposed he was a con- tractor, and had th< contract for supplying stone to the Fitzroy 1 iver Training Wall ; he gave plaintiff an ord r on defendant for £04 odd ; thc plaintiff [traduced orders from witness' men for g ods supplied, and for which witness became liable on account of the men employed by fitness ; there waa no money due to witnc ;s as thc coutract was not finished. At this stage of the ¡ase it was argued that defendant having ta en over thc contract from Martindale...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

COLONIALyPELEGBAMS. (FKOM OUR o WN| COBEEBPONBEHTS. ) QUEENSLAND. I BRISBANE, March 9.. It is rumoured tint Mr. William Thorn will stand for Fassifern it the room of Mr. John Thorn, about to resigi. The s.s. Elamang s ¡lcd hence this Woming at ten with the usual oastwise maihjk

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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGESS.] LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

? ? W ff y LONDON, March 1. THE Turkish indemnit: has been fixed at U10 millions of roubles, equivalent to about £201,428,600. It is expected that i European Peace Con- gress viii be held at : lerlin, and be presided over by Prince Bisma k, instead of the pro- posed Conference at E den-Baden.

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

CALIFORNIAN ÎIOTÏT. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about.. April 5. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. Mareil 20. KW " Tho Melbourne-Suez mail nrrircfl at MEL- BOURNE about 10 «lays earlier, and departs about 10 days later than the dato shown in the nliovc table. The Californian mail arrives nt NYHNEV about 8 days earlier, and departs nbout 10 davs later.

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

Mr.l.llOL'nJiK-Sl'JiZ IIOITK. ARRIVhSntlîocklioinptonnliout.. Aprils. LEAVES liocklMUlptrm nbirat .. Mareil 12.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

TO COmiESI'ONDENTS. A MAGISTRATE.-It is qiiltXintnic that the Hench nunnlnteri a pniindkeupcr \n Thin Biby in (ha rufcnof I(ioildos, and ct|iualy tintino that Slr. i.ivjfcuiire « amendment was Virriiif. Wu IIKTCC »villi Vu Uiat thone lilfssiatein\ts cannot Im mis. takes Viiiil thc taroo must lie «Vi nf Uni inline«, tiona irXthu article \u railwuyt*\jmt we cannot admit coWemmiidrar^jii refntutio\if Ktatcinenls winch no\dy liclievcsy Hiere areVtwo sidas to every qiie»t\i, we are feld. If <"i(Vs right, tile other of neocVty is wrornV lt. inn casu of truth r. falsehood, we prcsnnic. x

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

OHTEOHILLI'Ä 8yrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debi itv ; free from any un- pleasant taste or snell. ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane. Elliol ?fTTHOLES. »» SALT] Medicines, Dru; Strumen ts, Trui Cordial Manufacl of Acids and Ol Manufacturers o] and Crushed Boj 110 and 112, Chemical Work Cove. Bros, & Co. DRUGGISTS AND DRY ,!S, Importers of Patent nsts' Sundries, Surgical In- lets, Etc; Soda-water, and preis' Goods. Manufacturare (tnicale, Glass Blowers, Etc., ! Superphosphate, Bono Dust, e. 'ITT-STREKT, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE. and Glass Factory, Iron Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE I WINE. Highly reoomfiiended by the Faculty, and acknowledged tm be the pjurest sod cheapest tonio yet iotrodgceti ; it ts the best restorative for the young, «ak, and aged; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluaWl for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

IjlljORILINEl-FOBTnKTEKTHAHp'BEKATn J -A few drops of the liquid " Florilioe " sprinkled nu a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives (o the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to tho breath. It re- moves all unpleasant odour arising from decayod teeth or tobacco smoko. "The Fragrant Floriline," being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. Cd. of all Chemists aud Perfumers, Prepared hy HENRY C. GALLUP, 493 Oxford-street, London. ADVICETO MOTHERS!-Are you broken in yo ur rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teetht Go atones to a chemist and get a bottle of M R.S. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING Svitor. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is porfectly harmless and pleasent to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving...

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SELECTORS' RELIEF. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

SELECTORS* BELIEF. 2*0 THE EMTGlt OF Sra,-I regret to «oe it tia Qtuftrntamlir ol thc 23rd ultimo, that tbs lion, the Minister for Lands and the P^sfij-T, i> .reply to a de- putation of inciwStfl) pnivincial districts, while professing * uèsire ana intention to assist some of those selectors wholhave suffered hy the late drought, at the saule time seem desir . ons of making a distinctioulietwoen those who can,-aud those whom- ther imagine cannot, pay the next year's rent. I I think alittleconsideraf on should convince Ministors of the impracticability of making any such distinction. Allselectors, I believe, without any exception,, inj this district have lost very severely, and wno can say who needs thc assistance of time inbst? Still, there is really no one who canncjt pay if necessary. Has not every selector something he can sell ? cither stock, tools, furniture, or something else. Besides, if a cele tor has already paid . one year's rent, can be not borrow another ? There are r...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE SHUTTING-UP OF LILYVALE. TO THE EDITOR ON THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

. '... COBBESPoftDEircB. THE isHÜTTINO-lJl OF LILYVALE. ' ."SO amt EDITOK OllTHEXtJI LimK. Sriv-i-Tue kbabitaots oflLilyvale have roason to complain of thc actionltakon by tho "Hoads Depaxtânént In causing th> road leading from Octmet township to Clermlint to come out three ?niles beyond the township of Lilyvale, when a more passable and direat road could have been made in order to .allow carriers to have a proper camping ground, lit is to bc hoped that the matter has not gone too far to allow of a eligbt deviation from] the route as first proposed, and that the department will take immediate steps to have top road leading from the Comet township brouglt direct into Lily- vale. By so doing the wjsfles not only of the inhabitants of Lilyvale, butlof all tho carriers. will be executed. (JOBlIESrONDLNr. Lilyvale, March I.I

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THE " TIMES" ON VICTORIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

THE " TIMES" Ol VICTORIAN AFI HOS. TUE London Tims i f lecember 28 luis a leading article on the ficjorian crisis, at the stage which it had the; retched, as pourtrayed by an official telegram troll Mr. Berty to the Agent-General. The nefsage of course pre- sented the Governmei t «de of the dispute, and it will bc observed that the Times acquits the Berry party of the chfrge of having acted unconstitutionally. E it tíiat was a fortnight before (he date of the coup (fetal, the intoUi- -? gence of which nins have greatly modified British opinion on theJcriBÍs. Annexed is tho chief portion of the ïïmes' article : Wc have not the I means of pronouncing ' absolutely which of thc two contending parties is in tho right. To (stop supplies is a very strong proceeding, ann one that entalla incon- veniences for which/ there ought to bo an unquestionably good/set off. But it is clear os the other side 4 tat, whatever the result may be, Mr. Berr^ and Iiis followers must share the responsibi ty ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

Shipping Announcements. TH I I AUSTRALASIAN SI 5AM NAVIGATION :COMP ÏÎJY'S STEAM- SHIPS j To SYDNEY DIREC . - James Paterson, .lint 48 hours ofter rriral. To MELBOURNE -James Patereon will take passengers »od < irgo to be transhipped atSydroyV To BEKRÖNE DIM JT.- Leichhardt, on or rijofjfcueeday. To BRISBANE, vi, GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH. -Lady Bowen, Tues- day." To MACKAY. - Ste mer, early. To BROADSOUND.- Tinonee, early. To COOKTOWN & > 3RTHERN PORTS. Passengers and carf i will be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to moot mail «teamer in Rep iel Bay. WOOI ft WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, 'Marci ll, 1878. FOR SYDNEY »ia? BRISBANE. TH* MELBOURNE ITBAMSHIP COM- PANYS splendid NEW STEAMER . THE CU HENCE, WÎU leave EOCKHAÏ PTON WHARP for , SYDNEY, ria BRI BANE, on SATUR- DAY, 16th instant. ! Freight and passeng ra booked for Mel- bourne and Kewcaswe. JOHN HENDRICK ft CO., Agents. '. LONDON LINE. FOR LONDON DIRECT. jL^jE- flTHÎAAl Clipper Barque SHH* . -J S...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

\TqroBiA: BleLBOfJBNE, Moren 9. A tenner lias been s scented for tbe construc- tion of the railway fri m Stawell to Horsham, adistanceofahontfift; two^ido-qttartermiles, being a continuation of tlfe west-north-west linc. The contract irice ts at the rate of £2300 per mile, in lndiijg everything but stations, F

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

"THF. MOST READABLE PAPER IN THE COLONY !" THE CA PR /COR NIA N of InHt SATURDAY contain!*, muong other inter -etsllng matter, tUu foRowing : CENTRAI, DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS. OPENING OK THE NORTHERN RAILWAY TO THE COMET. RAILWAY DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. FULL AND EXACT INFORMATION RELA- TIVE TO THE PEAK DOWNS COPPER MINE. SIR GEORGE BOWEN AND THE VICTORIAN* CRISIS. LATEST AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC NEWS Tile lionsnc Tunnel-Ono-loggcd RauVny The Mississippi Jetties. STANLEY'S AFRICAN DISCOVERIES. LEADING ARTICLES - Tile Selectors' Relief ? Bill-Value of Queensland Coal-Foundation Day nt the Brisbane Grammar School-Tile l^rtucoroing.Sosfilon-l'be Northern Railway. SPECIAL AND REUTER'S CABLEGRAMS OUR. OWN CORRESPONDENTS' TELE- GRAMS. OUR BRISBANE LETTER, and ALL THE NEWS OF THE WIÎE1C SUUSCIUITION-21s. PER ANNUM. " For this relief, mue L thanks."-HAMLET. SANDY BLIGH' '.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion ta n certkin cure. Kold by all store. koopem. Liberal allowaiic . FEVKlt AND AOUJÎ.- >...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, MARCH 1), 1878. THERE is much soutd reasoning in ihe article from the Lonllon Times, reprinted in another column. IThe writer, it must be conceded, is perfbctly impartial, and does not for one mc nent contend that the responsibility fo the state of affairs in Victoria must be al saddled upon one party. He does not îphold the Legisla- tive Council for pro oking the quarrel by refusing to san lion payment of members ; nor does ie give Mr. Berry credit for acting wise! ? or diplomatically. The advocates of the Legislative Council in Victoria are not ¡uile satisfied with the Times' conclusion , and they declare that the article t mst have been written upon impe feet information. The excuse for the Cc incil's proceeding is alleged to bc the coe cion attempted by thc Ministry. The writ r in the lYrrtt-sdoss not notice this, but wá doubt if he would accept it as a justification. The mem- bers of the Legislative Council, knowing their own strength, ai d convinced that t...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 March 1878

VICTORIA. ?MEAOCIISE, March ll. Governor Bowen lias received another tele- gram from thc Colonial (Mice, Downing-strcet instructing him to folio ' the advice of his . Minister's whilst they cf) nnauil the confidence of the Legislative Assent ly «nd the country. ' It is generally underst idthat a settlement : will lie effected between1 overnor Bowen and ¡ the two Houses. Tho Log dative Council meet« f on Thursday, when a rcsc »tion will 1» moved for a Conference between bc two Chambers /

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 March 1878

Cf NKW soum WALES. J ISYDNEV, March 10. 1'lie A7«rwi«Wr l'Uni toys that Sir William Jervois, whilst iu Eligían I, willurgetliequcstioii of colonial defence upon lie authorities atbomo, ' especially the necessity or the maintenance of . ships of war at each po t, thc whole forming a ' squadron under tho c tninand of the Com- modore of the station. Thc Pacific mail bot > City of .Sydney was quarantined on Saturd ty, in consequence of one of thc seamen i lowing symptoms of * sinai I-pox. / ÎVTINEY, Morph ll. Thc ship Korthbrqi ^¿¿th__táinigrants, just arrived from LoudoH^uw been quaran- j tined for measles. A notice will shortly* ppcar in tho Gazelle. to thc effect that merni* a pf Parliament will not henceforth lie alloi ed to transact land agency business with t e Crown Lands De- partment, either personi ly or by letter. Thc city Health Offi« reports that nothing fresh hos transpired reg rding the small-pox in the mail Bteaincr. 1 ie patient has been isolated.

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