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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 March 1878

FACTS AM) SCH APS. (From íí? l'ajirrs.) A WAN naniod Froliks, iu charge of Mr. j NUIIII'B «élection nt Otioyar, near 1 >alby, lia» ! been missing for eight! days. Search parties j arc ont. J \ 300 head of fat cattlî for tho Co-operative Butchering Company, Brisbane, and 200 for Mr. Donaldson, Brisblie, all from the west- ward, passed Dalby oiqtlio 8th. At Charters Towers I crushing of 34!) tons from thc Just-in-Tiinc,lKo. 2 reef, has yielded 02!) 07s., and CS tous nom thc Kastward Ho tribute, 1!)0 ozs. 180 lons of stone from North Australia, Nb. 4, yield*! 470 ora. A man, name unknoi II, suffering from fever j at Dalrymple, escaped : «in the hotel on thc 4th instant, and his cl thes have since been found on thc hanks of the Burdekin Diver. He is supposed to have ¡oinmitted suicide by drowning. A political associatio: is being formed at Adelaide, for the advou ;y of the abolition of free immigration, the i lyment of members ; free, secular, and couipu Miry education, and a Chinese...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 March 1878

Shipping Announcements. PUK AUSTRALASIAN STU A M NAVIGATION ¡ JOMPANY'S STEAM IPS. To SYDNEY DIRECT. - James Paterson, on or about Manlay. To MELBOURNE.-James Paterson will take passengers a^d cargo to be transhipped : at Sydney. ECT. - Elamang, ou To BRISBANE or about TueBday. To BRISBANE, MAUYBOROUG kCKAY. - Yi GLADSTONE and ? La<ly Young, Tues alla, ou or about Satur To MROADSOUND.-j-Tinoiicc, This Morning, Thursday, at JO, nijd Yaralla, about Satur- { day. To COOKTOWN & SOUTHERN PORTS. Passcngcrs and oar¡ » will lw forwarded by I steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet ] mail steamer in Kef wi Ray. WOO] » & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Marc . U, 1876. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE. MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM ;PANYl3 splendid NEW STEAMER THE CLARENCE, WO! leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARP for j HIISBANE, on TUES I at 9 o'clock. SYDNEY, ria DAY MORNING! Freight and pasftngere booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle. JOHN flEADRICK & CO., Agents. Thia wcU-knowi now on tho...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALIFORNIA MAIL NEWS. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 March 1878

CAUFOllNIA IA WAIL NE\ I'NYiiNliV, Mardi 13. 1 Tlie im]XII t:Liit nuwi ship A us tnil ¡a to AuoJ paled by cable. Telegraphic dcspatcliLs journals to l"tb Fcbr|ar entrance of thc Ur Dardanelles the Tnrkil a salute. The I'ussiini oilier general Kuropoan disa elusion of peace, in o finances of the several i Tlie papers contain n puvorly and distress ex! owing to thc numbers oj cure employment, established in various relief of thc destitute In the Uasteru cities] Ten thousand applied to the May It is probable that, treaty concluded uetwei thc I'acific mail stearne! Samoan group, in the Sin Francisco y state that on the tish fleet into thc li fortresses first fired organs advocate a «lient after the con r to cctdiouiisc tin .cat I'owc'fi. uiiuir accounts of thc ting in San Francisco, persons urable to pi-o Solip linuscs have been > parts of thc city for the pujir. there is aUo distress, uncinjioycd mun recently f Jioaton for «orlo conséquence of the America and Samoa, "s will call at ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Morning Bullatin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. I THURSDAY, M AUCH 14, 1878. IF the Russian desire for a general Kuropean disarmai icnt be sincere, ive shotiMthirik most of [lie olficr I'oivcrs « ill clieerfully accede t i il. And there is reason to believe tba the exigencies ofthc situation dictate th i ; course lo Russia so imperatively that tl e only alternative is seen to be national bankruptcy. Before thc late war the fu anees of the empire were in a very un« itisfactory condition, for Russia is a po ir country though of immense extent, and the cost of govern- ment is large in :onsequence of the chaotic elements of which the population is composed. A c >untry whose govern- ment persistently liwes beyond its income must come to grief,! and this is just the case of the Russian government. There j is no possibility of increasing revenue by additional taxation, ¿nd the only resource therefore is to economise. The vast military establishtne it of thc empire is not wanted for defensive purposes, and there must be a...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CYCLONE AT CAIRNS. (From the Ad[?] March 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 March 1878

THE CYCLONE AT CAIRNS. (From the Advertiser, March 9.) TOWARDS evening on Thursday the appearance     of heavy breakers outside the fairway buoy attracted notice, the sea altogether presenting   a novel feature. It appeared troubled, un- usually riply, although bu little wind, and   altogether to the landsman it seemed as if a storm were impending. There was light rain all Thursday evening, but heavy showers com- menced about ten o'clock p.m. At the hour the thermometer fell suddenly from 81° to 68°, and continued at this figure until between     two and three o'clock on Friday morning, when it again fell to 63°. At this time a stormy wind prevailed from thc S.W., be- coming stronger and ficercr every minute ; the   barometer falling to 28.00. At four a.m.   branches of trees began to break, and were blown about at the western end of the town. With daylight the wind increased, and...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 March 1878

TJfEItX ÀTA NOIITIIEHN MAIL NE Tm; steamer Leichha dt brings uar usual íilcs of northern papers ,o .Saturday last. ' COOKTOWN AM1 THE l'AI.MEC.' The business depr ¿HÍon^|i|ve regret to observe, continues at C wictown. Tlie HfftiM ii!jii>il.s tli.it tlie eust ins revenue for last weeli was univ t'iîS'i Hi. Sid., thc Cooktown banks UM Friday h\<t lu ld ÎÏS00 ox», #dd, and that 1437 o/.*. had i .-en shipped by the ÏÏ.M.S. Uri shane on the previous Moiulay. Two <'iiiiiinneii (save the «ailie paper) were sentenced tn live monti: < iniprin«uimeut each with haili lal «mr, yest rday (Maivh ti}, hu assaulting a y omi;; man named (''ranier, win waa shot hy another (. linaiuan. Aft ur the case was heard, (irai mr wan arrested for vohîiury committed H» nc time hofore the assault on him hy the C linaiilcn. We [JJ< ruU) ¿íntico t lat the Ch muse fillip builders lia ve complete*! another junk, which wasbroughtrncross the 1 arbour yesterday, and unwed ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

CALENDAH-MAIICH. Hoc. Sun. fn Lent * Tile tides renell their frill nt thc Pilot Ntrtftmt, Kqtpol Bay, 2U. 40m. variier; ami nt Jtm-kliamptnii, SOoi. lalor tba« thu hours sliown In thu nhuvu til»]«.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAUS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

EUROPEAN' MAILS-1S7S. Tonni:s STUAIÎR IHIITF. Anni VES at Rockhampton .. .. Marti 2:i. LEAVES iiuckJiatnnton .. Mardi 23.

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CORRESPONDENCE. A LESSON FROM HISTORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

COHRK.ÏP0KDEXC1!. A LESSON FKOXr HISTOHY. TO TUB 1ÎDIT0U OF THE I1U1.LKTIN. tSuî,-Tho fallowing extract from a summary I of the Thurn; for JBG3 may l)e oí interest to ' tiloso of your readers who remember the ! farmer "deadlock" in Victoria, awl instnic- ! tive to those who do m fc remember it. "Sir Oiar.es Dari ng has allowed his imiuRtcra to levy duti :s and to remit debts due to the (ïoveniim it hy virtue of mere résolu liol iß of the As umhly. Me has aliso Í>vovírtcd for the want of thc public sen-ice >>' illegal collusion vAth the manager **f a hank at Melbourne, J * * As the case at Í«'usent Blands the <f'ivcrnor seems tr) have »nen giiilly of a brcaoli of law, aggravated hy ' a discreditable indirect contrivance. The j modern oAjmrimenl omu"5|»i)»si)>Ic government in the colonies eau Ut no decree aflect the obligatio« of <M)v«niors to-discharge their primary duty of oUf^i-nrvcfo V/n* fTi*v* (The italics are mine.) "History repeats itself," an...

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MELBOURNE—SCEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

MrxuornNK-stT,?: KOI;T.;. I AîïRïVES at RnehliRmptim ntmnt.. April r.. j LEAVES Rockhampton ntaut April'J,

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

rAurartNiAV norn:. AltM VE8 nt Itocklmmptnn nlxmt .. MnirJi 23. LEAVES )tockluuni>toii uliuut .. March in. Ä5T The Molliounie-Sucz mail arrives at MI'X BOUKNK atout 10 dayn earlier, and departs nlnmt 10 dav« litter thnii the date Him wi ii i tl)o nWc fcihh*. The Californian mail arrivoH at SYDNEY nhout S days earlier, and departs aliout 10 days later.

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CAPTURE OF THE SCHIPKA PASS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

ras CAPTURE OF TITA SCIÍIPKA PASS. GENERAL GOURKO'S adwtiice beyond tho Bal- kans was but part of afmuch larger scheme. His army was but the right wing of a far more formidable host. Thc c&pfouo of the Sclu'pka Pass was included in the design. To this cud General Radetzky was reinforced, and General Skobclcff sent to his ain -, aud as a preliminary General Karzoff was /deputed to attempt a turning movement by *ay ot tho Trojan Pass, on thc weat. The lat er began his march on the 2nd of January and sent forward his troops by devious pi ¡hs. Thc pass was for- tified, but by skilful uaweuvriug thc fortifica- tions were captured aud considerable spoils secured in tho descoi t beyond. The accounts os yet received of tl« se most important move- ments come almost entirely from Iïussian official sources, and ai e incomplete and obscure. The mountains appel r to have been crossed by several routes, prob] dy shepherd paths made practicable by paticii; labour. Thc difficulties encounte...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

MBTTEOEOLQRICATJ OBSERmMOgf^ TUE reports ending at í) afnrf^éstZMáy stated tile rainfall to be-At Rockhampton, Oi8 inch ; Marlborough, 0-OS ; St. Lawrence, ©.14; Nebo, 0'32 ; Mackay, 0-43; Uowen, CSU ; Townsville, 0'28. It was raining at tho Burdekin and Townsville ; showery at Collaroy, Bundaberg, Burnett Heads, Nebo, and Herbert River ; and at Charters Towers appearances indicated raiu. Telegraphic com- munication with Waterview and northern ports was still interrupted.

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

TOST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for Nebo aurl Mackay per Yaralla, 8.S., close to-morrow (Saturday) morning-for registered letters at ten, and ordinary letters at devon. Mails for St. Lawrence and Nebo, per Tinonee, s.s., close to-morrow (Saturday) morning-for registered letters at eleven, and ordinary letters at noon. Mails for ports north of St. Lawrence, per Egmont, s.s., close to-morrow (Saturday) «vening-for registered letters at six, and ordinary letters at eight.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

NEW KKALANJ). \tr.!.UNi;TON, March 14. It is proposed to . (juiucn during next siii-t an expedition to New [eek.

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENCE.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

COLONIA., TELUGU A MS. (PIIOU « «ll QUE K <<Mil<J!!iI>OXM;XrS.} ¡NS?. A NP. liiiisiuNi;, Mareil 14. THE steamer Clarence is advertised to sail I foi- ItoeUhampton direct, to-morrow afternoon. Colonel .Seratchlyy arriver! bore to-day. Mr. Stanley, Chief Engineer, whilst in Syd- ney recently, camq Ut au understanding with thc New South Wfdcs (Jovermncnt to extend \ their Xorthcrn railway in tho direction of Ten. torlield. lt iia$ therefore hcen decided that the fnttidc extension from Stan- thorpe to thc Bonier, twenty-four miles, shall generally follow thc course nf the old Ballan dean road to Tenterfield. Each colony at some j future day inteiids to meet on tho Holder. The distance from Tenterfield to the Hol lier at the proposed Joint of connection is about eleven miles. Ai officer from thc New Nouth Wales lïaihvay (Department will shortly ac company an offiacr from Mr. .Stanley's depart- ment, for the pujrpose of inspecting the route and iiiraiig...

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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, March ll, evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. j WL'THItS HKSSAGKS.\ j LONDON', .Mardi ll. evening. Ui.it Mr. Oladstoue will lit tlie next l'urliameutary Council« aro being held FltEQl'lSNT Cabinet here. I lt ia announced! not bc a candidate | election. Great Britain alni France liavc accented tlie nrojiosal fur n l'unie Congress, to lio held at liciliu. j <Jount Andrassy for Foreign Affairs tlie Austrian Minister ii the Commun Ministry, «ii asking for it spoliai grant of sixty million llorins (tli.OOO.OOOH («ovcriiiiicnt must < foruiiüc that thc 1; ¿he ir.ii' muy hü so alni Austru-Huiigai' uninjured. The any ningle l'uwer a meet with a linronei of international interests, said that thc Imperial niand at tlie 1'caco (_on ii talion of the results of oiiiiei! as that Kuroucaii jan interests shall remain ¡muter further enid that ^tempting thc solution of thc existing diilioulty must )>e jircnared to ¡lill coalition for the defence

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 14 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

\\(TOJiIA. IMiiLiuiritNi:, Mardi H. lu reply to uif pi ines oy eaijio, <«<ivernor Howell li ¡vs receivci1|.i message in explanation, lie fcliouM act upon thc thc Constitutional Law* lo the oflect that written opinion o O/licers of thc Ouwfl During last night Imys in the f'cn tri all the furniture in1 the warders. Aftcj [one hmnlrcfl ami seventy J*Î iteforinaiory smashed the pl ¡iee, ami assaulteil imich trouhlc thc riot was successfully (piclleil i nm eh c [eil.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

KEW' SOITIÍ WALES. SVUNEV, March M. Tlie New (¡ujiica Expedition is ready to start. i Advices fr.nA American consul vantage vi C influence with t tlie jiart of tlie repelled liy tho treated with tho After proposing arranging payineijt Hritish consult moment refused position, and assil Tile < Jovcrnnr theil and two armed t seized a Samoan afterwards notifiei Samoa show that the there thought to take nd |ireraor Uvnhia hy tricky s natives. All ndvaiucs on Hritish Commissioner were diicfs at cine moment, and utmost respect ut the next, to hold a Conference for if the fines imposed hy the thc chiefs at the last to carry out thc pro incd no reason whatever, broke off communication, iats from H.M.S. Sapphire r vessel. The Governor that the whole island would he hold as sdcurity for lîritish claims. A riot occurred fat Hyde Park on /Sunday last, and the police arc taking proceedings against Pastor Allen and other persons in- volved in the riotous proceedings. Mr. Hoheit Hnimsloi...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 March 1878

ROCKUAMPTQlj'VQUCI! VDU RT. r/wmhJTjFaivIt !/,. ßi:rt)KE thc Police &lfljrÍ8tratt!. YA<:I;ANCV.-WiUiJm I^ocfler WM charged with tliis offence. Senior-Constable M'Don ough deposed Hint «nringthe past fortnight he hail known defendant to he sleeping ¡it i night on the wharves, ami hail never seen him* fío any work. ; freijubnt complaints ff defen* , d ant's .ihusive beha\liour, when refused fond, 1 Sind been made hy Hip A.S.N. Co,\s watchman ami masters of coasting vessels ; ami articles : having been missed fijoin thc wliarvcs, suspicion i had been directed jI towards defendant; he arrested the def ct ida it on the wharf, at liait- | past ten o'clock lai t nigjit, on a charge of ¡ vagrancy, and hroi ght him lo the lock-up. j The Hench sent il fen il ant to gaol fur one month with hard la1 tour. LAÏM'KNV.-.John lavis. Arrested tinder war- ; vant, pleaded guilty to the larceny of a tree valued at one HIH'ÍI: ig, thc property nf tin; Municipal Council, \ rowing on tho...

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