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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

I COLONIAL. TELEGRAMS. ^ g | (FROM ouït on y COBBESPOKDEKTS.) 4 J QUEINSLAND. * I BRISBANE, Mardi 12. ! writ Mn. JoHif TUOEB Fassifern, and a this afternoon, the Mareil 26 ; polling returnable on April Hie Gympie Ti action for libel is Drs. Benson and Observer, in com letter to thc Editor, in reference to the! West Monkland Chi |uu resigned his seat for of election was issued Îmination being fixed for ,y, April 9. The writ ia 6. understands that an ajjc-tit to be instituted by an against the Tpmoich of strictures in a |tvritten by ' ' Buckmaster " recent accident in the

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-ISTS. I Tonrn-s STRAITS noun;. ARRIVER at Rockhampton .. March 23.1 LEAVES Rockluuupton March 2i>.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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THE MOUNT GOTTHARD COPPER MINE [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

THE ilOUKT GOTTiIABD COPPER SllNL A lOHUIiSI'ONDENT of t!lo| Mr. Tilomas lt. Ricketts, gi account of this property. minc, under date 22nd Fettruary, and says : 'Tho Mount (Jotthar Copjyrrfiehl Miller, i'cs au unfavourable ¡He writes from the mine is situated seven miles, bec linc, from thc Lake Elphin- stone in a north-east direction, half thc dis- tance to be traversed heiijg flat sandy ridges, very boggy after rain, jiuterepersed with creeks, the rest steep stonw ranges, and sharp gorges. The mine itself j is perched on inde- pendent hills, whose basel forms a small creek running through a liarvow gorge for three miles, thence opening olit on a plain where permanent water can bc obtained. At pre- sent there is a largo Ii goon in the vicinity. At the minc there is no permanent water nor glass for cattle, th i present camp being formed on lice Creek, one and a half miles from tho mine in the i ircctiou of the Lake : after iiùn, however, he rain disappears quickly, so dams or 1 'ells...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

Mareil 12.-Xady ïîovmn. F., for T.rînbru)e viA \wrt« : 6 c&H&i janiH, 1 COHO fruit, 1 awe vtmta». 2 huif*.-««, ID padeagett huudries.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

SmPP/SG INTELLIGENCE. 1 Minai 12.-LADY IlOWKN, s., 442 tons. Captai» W. Outlier, for Ilrinl>ano vî.i ports. l*«H*riiKiTK-Mi*. A, A. Hull, two dilMwii, ami murant, MPH. Jl. Mvk mn, Hi» Honor ,1mlgo YiWk>\ Musto*. Vmm A. *'<>opor, Patrick 1Í4VÜ, A. M yaw, I*. Holy, ll. Von Jterjwr, K. H. Fouler, and fifteen in tho Ktccrago. Wornt and Wood, agents.

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

RQGKlI jggfiON]POLlCE GO ORT. ffU TiMdau. blarcli IS. BEFORE thc Police Magistrate. WIFE DESERTION. - - Leah Edwards ». William Alfred Edwari s. The Bcrvice of the summons having been proved, a warrant was issued for the arrest of lie defendant. SuHEriEs op THU Pj ACE.-Denis Ward i>. Margaret O'Brien. M ?. C. H. B. Mackay, from the office of Messrs. Jones and Brown, appeared for thc compuinant, Mr. C. S. D. Melbourne for the defendant. Denis Ward deposed that on thc 4th Distant he was driving his cart through East-lank, where he saw the defendant ; she called lam a scoundrel, and threatened to break his Ulead ; she struck at him with her umbrella tut did not hit him. -John Armitage, for theldefeuce, stated that lie saw the parties in liist-lane on thc day refel l ed tn ; bc did not Hear any WOI'IIB pass between them, nor did Ile see the defendant strike at complainant «¡th the umbrella. The Hench dismissed tile summons, and ordered eouvplaiuaut to «Wy 21s, prof.c&&amp...

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CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

CALKNDAR-MAIICII. 17 ¡Sec. .Sun. in Loni . Tlie lilies renell tliuir full nt thu Pilot Station, Keppel liny, 2h. 4Om. enrlicr ; mnt nt Itouklinmpton, 30ni. later tli.il. thc lu m rn slitnvn in tuc above t-ililc.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

TO KUlîSCHIWÎHS. I Coi'NTBV Kiilwribnrs »ri» informed that the imnftrtlai- ; delivery of tho tlxdlflin which lias nrriirrod during i thu {inst fnHnight ls tho result *tf thc train leaving : ut 1 a.m. instead of is, mid the timi I s einging over- i night insteail nf nt 7 a.m. as funnerly. lt is hoped ' that tho arrangements mvw made v'lj reiinve all 1 caiiweof complaint; if not, application viii (teinada to the I'oKtiiiaHter-ticiier.il to Keep open the country mails until u a.m.

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CAALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

. rAi.ii-oiixn.v nni'TK. AuniVF.SatKockluiiipt/moliout .. Mareil!!'.!. I.liAVES XiodkhainpUm nlwut ., 51,wli sn. MT Tho Mcllimirni.-Siiuz mail nrriiv» ni .UKI.. BOUIIN'E alunit lo iinyn oarlicr, and dinnrt« nlviiit lo ilnyfl later Ulna tím dat« Rliown in tlio nWe tnlOr The Onliinmimi mail anifes at HVIINKV nimia 8 days earlier, and denartn nlinnt 10 days Inter.

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

WK!.noi'nxK.si K7. nniTTK. A HM VES Rt Tl nell lunn pl-m about.. April r.. LEAVES HockuatTiptmi ni tout .. April Í).

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

] COMMKRCIAI. j TIIK ßritihfiiir Courier says "Thc Minnie, a brigantine, direct from New York, has just arrived in tins port. .She is loaded with goods and agricultural machinery for Queensland firma, largely of thc character of those selected at thc Centennial Exhibition as being KU i table fur tliis colony. Hie Minnie is one of thc first of what wc trust will bc n continuous line of vessels between America and this port. The intention of thc owners of this vessel is, we believe, to load with wool as return cargo, if it can he socured on such terms as shall induce trade. Fruin linns in Boston* which ia the leading woo! market of thc Kastern States, we learn that they would like, if at all practicable, to get wool from thia country. There is a keen demand for the article in Hos ton ; Hie only question is, eau it be landed there at priée» which* will leave a profit? In order to facilitate thia, efforts are being made to secure a reduction in thc heavy charges upon fine woola in the A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

"For tili» roli SANDY BLIfH Lotion in » keeper«. Lllteral FEVER AND (nils. Md liy «ll utt* STOMACH AN rt Ionic AjitibUious Ti cirtluinlcM. "-I1AMI.IT. F.-CRIPl'S'S Eye euro. Sold by all felore ripps' FPVPY Our 'kecjKii-s. Lil*T, nil. wa VKlt <'-OMPI.AlNT.S -« Wold by all üturckccpu;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATH. Kitching.-On March 11,at the Hospital, Rockhamp- ton, of typhoid fever, contracted whilst attending the patients, Louisa Kitching, formerly of Wor- cester, England and sub-matron on board the Scottish Hero.                      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

-n CENTRAL QUEENSLAND GRAZIERS' AND FARMERS' SOCIETY. ESTABÍHIIED 1874. rwsBiDEST : P. F. MACDONALD, Esp., M.L.A. FIFTH ANNUAL S il 0 W, Tn bo held at tho SOCIETY'S SHOW GROUNDS, G inchmore, ON THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, Friday, tittil May, I'll E8I DENT : P. F. MACDONALD, Esq., M.L.A. j VIOE-PRE.SlIlliNT.1: ! G. SANDERSON, K«. G. M. LEIGH, Eso. COMMITTKK : Mu. E. CROSS* Mn. P. GALVIN C. DALLON* JOHN UONAUI'AK : il. KKLLV P. 1'BILLY M. REILLY* J. CHAULES* K. J. MACDONALD* T. T. COMMINS .1. E. WATSON* J. BOYCE . P. MANNISH HINIII MACDONALD T. DEMPSEY* M. Muiii'iiY lt. ENT.LANII* W. FnzcKitALii C. LUTTON W. F. MAI-HEHMOTT lt. ANDEUBON J, MOHAN* D. JONES D. MAIITIK* JAMES COKAOIIAN .1. Honan W. BRADY S. STIIUBEU. * Tho astciiks mean Exhibition Committee. THE following are the names of tho gentle- men to whom a request has boen sent to '»ct as Judges and Stewards on the Show . Day : Judges for Horses of all kinds, and for Teams Mr. D. Martin Mr. J. 0. Fortus Mr. Edward Wilson Mr. Fred. Grego...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

WF. W, . corner of Rockhampton. ', QUEENSLAND STOIIES, ¡East and William Streets, B. * M 0 ME EHE AI» & CO., CHANTS, AND STOCK ANT! STATION AGENTS, BRISBANE, DALBY, & ROCKHAMPTON. AOlNTS FOU THE SCOTTISH AUSTRALIAN INVEST- MENT COMPANY (Limited). Tlie PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. THE WHITE Sj All LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS, § Tue " ORIENT " »LINE OF STEAMERS, via SUEZ CAMAL. LOGANHOLME Sj)(jAlt PLANTATION. Waft AM STBEET. M FITZMAURICE, Manager. k\ F. BITDDKNS «PEOPLE'S WAREHOUSE,' EAÉT BTliEET, ROCKHAMPTON, i TS allowed by alj to be tbe Best and Cheapest General Warehouse, North of Brisbane, containing a very exten- sive aud well-assorted stock, in endless variety, of ? ALL KIND4 OF MERCHANDISE, Bought in the ¿est Colonial, Foreign, and British Markets, ind for salo at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE to meet the times. Grocery Department. TEAS-Finest $iew Season imported, to Mcdiumjand Good Ration. COFFEE-FinesJ Plantation, roasted and ground % steam power. COCOAS, CHOQpLATE, &...

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DEATH AND FUNERAL OF KING VICTOR EMMANUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

DEATH A KD ÏUXEItAL OF KING riCTOJI IMMANUEL. Tire 8. if. líeraWs correspondent at Homo, writing on January II, gives the following graphic account of i ic events attending the death and burial of tl o late Isling of Italy : THE EFFECT WHEN T IE DEATH WAS KKOWN. Victor Emmanuel the first King of United Italy, is io more. Yesterday was a wild am stormy day. At noon, one end of til s Italian tricolour was blown away from tl e flagstaff immediately above the room in th : Quirinal Palace where Victor Emmanuel wai lying, and thc mournful rumbling of a distal t thunderstorm passed over thc city os the dying king bid a last "addio" to his sou and successor. It was not one of those sto: ins which clear thc air ; it only brought on i icreascd gloom, and the heaveJMÉimcd to coi firm the Feeling of con Rternt«]^Bvhich spro d rapidly with thc news that tli3B¿g was dea I. To say that thc city of Rome was at one ! plunged into mourning would ill express the effect produced. That as quickly as the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN iTEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STKAM s: To SYDNEY nm; on or about To MELBO take passengers1 nt Sydney, To BRISBANE D', or about Tuesday, To BRISBANE, MARYBOKOUG day. To MACKAY. - To BROADSOUND; To COOKTOWN & Passengers and steamer Bunyip CT. - James Paterson, Î.-James Paterson will [cargo to bc transhipped RECT. - Elamang, on GLADSTONE ami I- Lady Young, Tues .rftlla, early, -Tinonee, carly. ORTHERN PORTS.- j will be forwarded l>y I Sunday next, to meet j mail steamer'in Appel Bay. Xvëoa & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Mlrdi 13,1878, ST VIA BRISBANE. FOR SYDNH ffiHE MELBOURNE JJ STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S ei.lcudid NEW ] STEAMER THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for I SYDNEY, via PRISBANE, on TUES- DAY MORNINC, at 9 o'clock Freight and bourne and Nov passengers booked for Mel JOHN| HEADRICK ft CO., AgcntB. LONDON LINE. FOE LONDON DIRECT. fJlBE AAl Clii>pcr Barque ] I SEPIA, J. C. MC 16 Tons-Register, COMMANDE!). Thia well-k...

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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

LICENSING «JOUET. Before the Police Mftgii trate and Mr. F. Kilner, .T.P., yesterday, ;lic application of Phoebe Ellen Worrell foi a license for the Telegraph Hotel, North lockliaiiipton, was heard. îlr. Melbourne a ipeared in support of thc application, and Mr, Milford against it. Mr. Milford handed in a tu miorial to the effect that the applicant was n it a fit and proper person to hold a license, î id that there were already loo many public lia iscs in the locality. Thc memorialists also sugg sted to thc Bench the desirability of not rene ring or issuing any licenses to persons of quet Sonable character. Mr. Melbourne objected to thc receipt of thc memorial, as the condition! of thc Act had not jjeen complied with, as thc *e was nothing in the petition to show that tl ose signing it were householders or owners c property in the immediate neighbourhood if thc hotel. The Bench decided that lhere were two householders and own irs of property named in the memorial Mr. Melbourne also ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

"TUT. MOST KEADAtiLK PAPER IN THE COLONY !" THE CAPRICORN IAN of List SATURDAY contains, among otila1 inter ctaling mutter, thc following : CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS. OPENING Ol' THU NORTHUMS* RAILWAY 'JO THU COMET. RAILWAY DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. FULL ANI> EXACT INFORMATION RELA- TIVE TO THE PEAK DOWNS COPPER MINI'.. Slit OEOIH.E UOWJ'N* AND THE VICTORIAN Cit ISIS. LATIÎST AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC NUWS Tlic ll.ms.-ic Tunnel-One-legged Railw.iy The Mississippi .lcttios. STANLEYS AFRICAN DISCOVERIES. LKADINd ARTICLES- Tile Selectors' Relief Hill-Value ot queensland Coal-VotvaduCmn Day at the lîrlslano Ommniar Si-hooI-Thc Forthcoming Session - The Northern lî.-ulwuy. SPECIAL AND ltKlTElfS CAni.liORAMS OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS' TELE «HAMS. OUR IIRISBANi: I.UTTEH, ami ALL, THE NliWtS OF THE WEEK. Ki'iiscair-TION-21s. IT:R A.NMM. THE REASON SATISFIED. _ AnalyHis cannot liv, neither nm the uniform experience of a quarter nf ii century he crain sui ri. On luene two rouch...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNKSDAY, MAKt'Il 13, 1SVS. THE advantage derived by the colonies from their con lexton with the mother country is oftei displayed in the kindly and considérât! advice given them by Imperial slatesi lpn cn malters of govern- ment. Reprci Jnlalive institutions are indeed on their) trial in Australia, and thc assistance il which is frequently received, throng the Secretary of Slate for the Colonies, from thc most skilled constitutionalist: of Great JSritain, is simply invaluabl Thus it is seen, that despite a fixed rraplve on the part of the colonists to penni. no external interference with their politi ral freedom, they are often glad lo appeal lo the Home au- thorities for advice; and although the party in power in a colony may not always accept go id counsel, ils value is still great, becaus : it is useful not only to the particular Gc vermcnl to which it is sent, but also to avery one of the group. Thus, when the majority in Queensland in- sisted upon legislating on ...

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