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ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, 10TH JANUARY, 1878, AT 4 P.M. MOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR COUNCIL, MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURS- DAY, 10TH JANUARY, 1878, AT 4 P. M. MOTIONS.¶ By His Worship the MAYOR— That this Council adopt the Water Supply Committee's Report, No. 49. By His Worship the MAYOR— That this Council adopt the Special Com- mittee's Report on Byelaws affecting the &nbsp; public health, &c. &nbsp; &nbsp; MACKAY.—The Mercury says :— theMeadow lands Sugar Plantation has been sold by the A. J. S. Bank to Messrs. Hyne & Bridgman, &nbsp; of the Balmoral Sugar Plantation. Operations &nbsp; &nbsp; began at the Mount Orange Copper Mine on &nbsp; December 24th. The Manager is much pleased &nbsp; with the prospects of the mine and the &nbsp; appearance of the lode. The Foulden Estate has been handed over by the Commercial Bank to its original owner, Mr. Amhurst, our &nbsp; late member. About 600 tons of splendid sugar was made on the plantation this season...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. &nbsp; Tuesday, January 8. &nbsp; &nbsp; BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Mr. James &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomson, J.P. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BREACH OF THE RAILWAY BYE-LAWS.— &nbsp; Andrew Craig v. Louis Nelson. The defen- &nbsp; &nbsp; dant pleaded guilty to committing a breach of &nbsp; the Railway Bye-laws by conveying a parcel &nbsp; &nbsp; not being personal luggage without having paid for it, and was fined 3s. 6d., costs of &nbsp; Court. &nbsp; Same v. Samuel Graham.—This case was &nbsp; adjourned for a week to allow of the summons &nbsp; &nbsp; being served. &nbsp; DRUNKENNESS.—One person was fined 5s., &nbsp; &nbsp; or twenty-four hours in the cells, and another &nbsp; was cautioned and discharged. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FORGERY AND UTTERING...
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
LICENSING COURT. &nbsp; Present—The Police Magistrate (chairman), &nbsp; Messrs. W. Pattison, A. Thozet, J. Boyce, J. Thomson, and Henry Jones, J.J.P's. The following applications were dealt with :— Country Publicans' Licenses—Charles Osmond, &nbsp; of Osmond's House Hotel, Comet River, in the &nbsp; district of Springsure. The Bench decided they had no jurisdiction. Margaret Miller, of &nbsp; &nbsp; the United Dee Hotel, Dee Copper Mine, &nbsp; granted. Transfer of license by Trustee in M'Mulkin's Estate to H. Savage, was granted. &nbsp; Auctioneers' general licenses were granted &nbsp; &nbsp; to Messrs. John Kirwan, Abraham E. Alexan- &nbsp; der, George Silas Curtis, Robert L. Dibdin, &nbsp; W. F. Macdermott, George B. Shaw, and Sydney Lambert. POUNDKEEPER.—Mr. Thomas Rutherford &nbsp; was appointed poundkeeper for the year 1878. &nbsp; A bagatelle license was granted to...
THE BEGINING OF THE FRAY. (Australasian, December 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
THE BEGINNING OF THE FRAY. &nbsp; (Australasian December 29.) THE Legislative Council had no alternative but to lay aside the Appropriation Bill, and &nbsp; it did so with a calm and dignified statement of its reasons for taking that step, which will elevate it in the estimation of every person whose good opinion is worth having ; just as the wild bluster and frothy fanfarronade of Mr. Berry in the Lower House must disgust &nbsp; all those who believe that the country should &nbsp; be governed upon constitutional principles, &nbsp; &nbsp; and that politics should not be allowed to &nbsp; degenerate into a mere mercenary scramble for £300 per annum. The terms of the amend- &nbsp; ment, which was carried without a division &nbsp; in the Council, were these :— &nbsp; "That this bill be laid aside for the follow- &nbsp; ing reasons :— Because there is included in &nbsp; &nbsp; it an i...
AMERICAN NEWS. (From [?] by the California Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
AMERICAN NEWS. (From papers by the California Mail.) NOKFOI.K, November 26. — Ensign Lucient &nbsp; Young relates the story of the shipwreck of &nbsp; the Huron, and it makes a thrilling story. &nbsp; He awoke at 1.10, and hearing the thumping &nbsp; &nbsp; of the vessel upon the bottom, he jumped up &nbsp; to obey orders to trail upon and throw the guns overboard. Signals were burned and &nbsp; rockets were fired in profusion. While the &nbsp; ship was lying on her port side inclined 40 degrees, with the sea breaking clear over her &nbsp; and staving in the cabin rapidly, all hands were suddenly ordered forward. Young was washed overboard with five others, and was &nbsp; the only one who got back, having luckily &nbsp; been caught in the sail. The topgallant fore- &nbsp; castle was full if officers and men, all per- fectly cool and fearless, though suffering from &nbsp; cold and ...
RICH AND RARE WERE THE GEMS SHE SAW. (From Public Opinion.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
RICH AND RARE WERE THE GEMS SHE SAW. &nbsp; (From Public Opinion.) THE following under the title " A Curious Seance in Malvern," forms part of a letter &nbsp; written on October 11 to the Spiritualist, &nbsp; signed Mary S. G. Nicholas, Aldwyn Tower, &nbsp; Malvern :— On the 14th instant, I sat with our circle, after an interval of some weeks, as I had been &nbsp; travelling in one direction, and Mr. Eglinton &nbsp; in another. I had been told that his seances in Wales and elsewhere were very remarkable, but I only write of what I see. "Joey" appeared as soon as we were settled. He seemed very glad to see me, and &nbsp; patted my hand kindly, talking familiarly of our separation and of 0ther matters. Twelve &nbsp; years ago I was told, in a seance, that the spirits would be able in the future to materia- lise gold and gems. Last summer Joey told &nbsp; us the same. There was five of us in circle, &nbsp; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
Shipping Announcements. &nbsp; THE AUSTRALASIAN &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; STEAM NAVIGATION &nbsp; COMPANY'S STEAM-¶SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIRECT. — Boomerang, To-¶morrow, Thursday. To MELBOURNE. — Boomerang will take passengers and cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. &nbsp; To BRISBANE DIRECT.— Victoria, This Morning, Wednesday, at 10. To BRISBANE, VIA GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH. — Lady Young, This Day, Wednesday at Noon. To MACKAY.—Steamer, early. To BROADSOUND.—Steamer, early. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, January 9, 1878. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE. THE MELBOURNE &nbsp; &nbsp; STEAMSHIP COM- &nbsp; &nbsp; PANY'S splendid NEW &nbsp; STEAMER— &nbsp; &nbsp; THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for &nbsp; SYDNEY, via BR...
CALENDAR—JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
CALENDAR—JANUARY.¶ DAY | DATE | MEMORANDA | MOON'S AGE | TIDES. Highwater at U. Flat Mon | 7 | ... | ... | 1.29, 1.30¶ Tues | 8 | ... | ... | 1.44, 2.0¶ Wed | 9 | ... | ... | 2.17, 2.33¶ Thurs | 10 | ... | ... 2.48, 3.5¶ Fri | 11| ... | [4.59 a.m.] | 3.22, 3.41¶ Sat | 12 | ... | First Quarter | 3.59, 4.22¶ Sun | 13 | 1st aft Epiphany. | ... | 4.46 , 5.16 The tides reach their full at the Pilot Station, Keppel Bay, 2h. 40m earlier ; and at Rockhampton, 30m. later than the hours shown in the above table.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
UN X Ld.¶ STILL GREATER REDUCTIONS, AT &nbsp; &nbsp; MEIKLE & STEWART'S Closing Sale. &nbsp; Men's and Boy's Clothing cheaper &nbsp; than ever. Prints, Calicos, Hollands, Towels, &c. and a large assortment of good plain useful DRAPERY of every description, at almost any price, to close accounts, FOR CASH. &nbsp; EXCHANGE. F. BUDDEN'S &nbsp; "PEOPLE'S WAREHOUSE,' EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTON, &nbsp; IS allowed by all to be the Best and Cheapest &nbsp; General Warehouse, North of Brisbane, containing a very exten- sive and well-assorted stock, in endless &nbsp; variety, of ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE, &nbsp; Bought in the best Colonial, Foreign, and British Markets, and for sale at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE to meet the times. &nbsp; Grocery Department. TEAS—Finest New Season imported, to Medium and Good Ration. COFFEE—Finest Plantation, roasted and &nbsp; ground by steam power. CO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 January 1878
CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, &nbsp; and Compounds strongly recommended &nbsp; by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- &nbsp; pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., &nbsp; Wholesale agents, Brisbane. &nbsp; Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY- &nbsp; SALTERS, Importers of Patent &nbsp; Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- &nbsp; struments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., &nbsp; Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, &nbsp; and Crushed Bones. 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE. &nbsp; Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron &nbsp; Cove, Balmain, Sydney. &nbsp; ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE &nbsp; WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE DEPA[?]TURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; DEPARTURES. JANUARY 9.—LADY YOUNG, s., 421 tons, Captain W. Hill, for Brisbane via ports. Passengers : Mrs. F. Clewett, three children and servant, Mrs. Whiting, two children and servant, Mrs. Macfarlane, Miss Jones, Dr. Carr, Mssrs. B. D. Morehead, M.L.A., A. S. Benjamin, F. Clewett, H. Milman, and ten in &nbsp; the steerage. Wood and Wood agents.
EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
January 9.—Lady Young, s., for Brinbane via ports : 45 empty hogsheads, 1 package opium, 140 bags lime, 1 case meats, 36 bundles 28 coils wire, 1 package iron, 4 bundles bags, 1 case herrings, 400 bags maize, 41 bales wool, 13 packages sundries.
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. BUNYIP, s.s.—Left the wharf yesterday morning at ten, taking southern mails and two steerage passen- gers for transhipment to the s.s. Victoria in Keppel¶ Bay.¶ BOOMERANG, s.s.—Takes her departure for¶ Sydney direct to-day at noon. BOWEN, R.M.S.—Left Cooktown at 2 p.m. on Tuesday for Singapore and Hongkong. LADY YOUNG, s.—Took her departure for Bris- &nbsp; bane via ports yesterday at noon. LADY BOWEN, s.—Left Brisbane for Rockhamp- &nbsp; ton via ports on Tuesday, and passed Inskip Point at 3.50 yesterday morning. LEICHHARDT, s.s.—Arrived at Townsville from southern ports yesterday. QUEENSLAND, s.—Was to leave Brisbane yester- day at one for Bundaberg, Gladstone, and Rock-¶ hampton. TINONEE, s.s.—Left Mackay for Rockhampton &nbsp; direct on Sunday, and was reported weather bound at Round Top Island on Tuesday. No later news has¶ been received. SCOTTISH BARD, barque.—In tow of the Bunyip and steam-tug Mary, reached the anchorage. Keppel ...
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Enterprise, schooner, left Brisbane on 6th Instant. Adelaide, barque, 435 tons, loading at London on October 20, for Keppel Bay. Olivet barque, 435 tons, left London on November &nbsp; 25. R. M. Hunter and Co., agents. Serena, barque, 500 tons, Captain W. Young, from London via Townsville ; arrived at Townsville on 1st December. &nbsp; Venture, brig, 167 tons, G. W. Davison, master, left &nbsp; Adelaide on December 24. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Atlantic, schooner, 260 tons, Relton, master, from &nbsp; Sydney, discharging. G. B. Shaw, agent. Louisa Maria, schooner, 39 tons, Todd, master, cleared for Bundaberg. Master, agent. Christina, schooner, 190 tons, Love, master, from Maryborough, discharging. Master, agent. Rockhampton, barque, 467 tons, Captain Shields, from London, discharging. Walter Reid and Co., agents. &nbsp; Scottish Bard, barque, 816 tons, Captain D. Kerr, cleared for London, anchored In Keppel Bay. Walter Reid and C...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to be—At Mackay, 0.08 inch ; Waterview, 0.79 ; Cardwell, 0.25 ; Norman- ton, 0.30 ; Kimberley, 0.13. It was raining at Normanton and Maryborough and fine at other stations. BACKSHEESH IN INDIA.—The incurable cor- ruption of native Indian officials must have been often illustrated during the present famine. One instance of the kind, recorded in the Indian papers, speaks for itself. It appears that Mr. Church, traffic manager of the Madras Railway, was informed that the people about his office compelled the native rice merchants to give them fees for the privilege of applying to him in person for waggons. He at once concerted measures with the Commissioners of Police for the discovery and apprehension of the offenders. A certain number of detectives, disguised, duly presented themselves at the outer gate of the railway station and asked to see the manager. Before the gate was thrown open to them ea...
European Malls—1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
European Mails—1878. &nbsp; &nbsp; TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. &nbsp; ARRIVES at Rockhampton .. .. January 26. LEAVES Rockhampton .. .. February 1. MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about .. January 18. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 15. CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about .. February 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 29. The Melbourne-Suez mail arrives at MEL- &nbsp; BOURNE about 10 days earlier, annd departs about 10 days later than the date shown in the above table. The Californian mail arrives at SYDNEY about 8 days earlier, and departs about 10 days later.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
" For this relief, much thanks."—HAMLET. SANDY BLIGHT.—Cripps' Eye Lotion is a certain cure. Sold by all store- keepers. Liberal Allowance. FEVER AND AGUE.—Cripps' Fever Cure never fails. Sold by all storekeepers. Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND LIVER COMPLA NTS.—Cripps' Tonic Antibilious Pills. Sold by all Storekeepers. RAPID PROGRESS—PREMIER &nbsp; POSITION. Great popularity—Intrinsic merit. Reduced Price of the HOME COMPANION. It is only a few months since the first shipment arrived ; &nbsp; but the Machine is so really good, that there are already more Home Companions sold in Queensland &nbsp; monthly than are sold of any other Hand Sewing Machine. This rapid success exhausted our stock &nbsp; again and again ; but we have now a good supply and &nbsp; plenty more to arrive. The great consumption has warranted us in making a large contract with the Manufacturer at a lower rate than formerly, which enables us to reduce the retail price to Fou...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 10 January 1878
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1878. THE Eastern Question is agitating the whole civilised world at the present &nbsp; moment, and the air is filled with rumours as to the intentions of the &nbsp; several Great Powers of Europe. It is &nbsp; &nbsp; clear that the British Cabinet is pro- &nbsp; ceeding with extreme caution and de- &nbsp; liberation. It is seen that if unhappily &nbsp; Great Britain were compelled to inter- vene in the war the complications would become alarming, and hence even in the &nbsp; Cabinet Council there is admitted diffe- &nbsp; rence of opinion. It must not be assumed, however, that there is an avowed war party and an avowed &nbsp; peace party in the Disraeli Government. The difference is as &nbsp; to at what point British interests and honour require that she should intervene, and how far demands shall be pressed to &nbsp; take part in ...