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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 March 1878
MAILS via for the Unite]! Europe, India, ellina, ns under: Packets, nt ii a. li United Kingdom instant. Letters fur or \ late feo of sixpence, steamer Bunyip, at tl too o.m. samedi" JORRES STRAITS, |l Kingdom, tho Continent of kc., will CLOSE at tills office THE CAPRICORN/AN of SATURDAY will contain, among uthcr in- teresting; matter, the following : CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS -Civil Causes. THE CYCLONE AT CAIRNS. REV. MR. CHALMERS ON NEW GUINEA. TALES & SKETCHES-An Embroidered Stock- ing-.lack's Mistake. DEATH AND BURIAL OF KING VICTOR EMMANUEL. NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. THE GREAT SYDNEY WILL FRAUD. LEADING ARTICLES-Conditlonal Dissolutions -Tile Victorian Deadlock-State Education in Queensland. SPECIAL AND HEUTER'S CABLEGRAMS OUR OWK| CORRESPONDENTS' TELE- GRAMS OUR BRISBANE LETTER, and ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. SunscniiTiox-21s. TER ANNUM" SHUN AS YOU WOULD PRUSSIC ACID the detestable shams which their vendora Îroclafm as indentiaU with, «IraiLar to. or a* good as mOliP...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 March 1878
TO THE EtirrontoF THUJÜUJW««* f- Ù Sir,-A mau think that thc law is unjust because he has been i ist in damages for doing something which he maginéd he had a right to do, and thc-Iaw sa s hp hail not. The case of Soho) ¡ld ivrnnn Colton tried before his Honor M . District Court Judge Blake, hos cstablishci thc rule that a man has no right to destroy p gs found trespassing on his land, unless it i enclosed with a fence sufficient to keep &lt; ¡it pigs ordinarily con- trollable. This expn isiou was interpreted by his Honor to mean that a common paling fence was a sufficient fence, and if a pig oroko through, which it ca do (having a snout with winch it can root) th : owner of tho land may, under thc Enclosed pig without making owner of thc pig HB In many parts o^ fanners ercet pig-] wheat fields. What would IKS Lands Act, destroy tin Jliimsclf liable to pay thc 'aluc. New South Wnlcs, thc roof fences round their ¡thought of a man who planted a garden willi coBtly trees aud shr...
[?] AN EMBROIDERED STOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 March 1878
¿oíd SfMáts. AN KMBKOrOKREIJ STOCKIKO. SHE wis very jirctty-but there caine a time »hen I don't think J eared in Hie least for lier ; beauty-her soul was so much more attractive than her budy. She was no humble wild- j flower maiden, hut a woman who had received a magnificent dower of blue blood, including'! talent and the highest attributos of character, I andallthatculturecould dcvclopein abeautiful and intellectual woman was hera ; all that wealth could bestow ujion lier she possessed. She had thc good fortune to have no singularity of nature, but all was a sym- metrical and harmonious whole. 1 loved her, and 1 possessed thc humbleness of truelove. Tbumoroiiitiniatcly I knewbor, thc iiioixï she made nie conscious of things that were mean in myself. Ont of this feeling grew jealousy of other men. A bitter jealousy. She was of too 'sunny and generous a temper to pick for Haws, nor could she know a mau os oilier men knew him. She could not understand that l*r. Cosgrove was as irrita...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 March 1878
CENTRAL QUEENSLAND GRAZIERS' ? AND FARMERS' SOCIETY. EsTARUMTED 1674. FIFTH ANNUAL SHOW, , ' To be held at thc SOCIETY'S SHOW GROUNDS, Gracemere, ON THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, Friday, 24th May. PRESIDENT : P. F. MACDONALD, Kio., M.L.A. VICE-ritESTDENTS: G. SANDERSON, ESQ. G. M. LEIGH, ESQ. BON. TREASURER : HON. SECRETARY : MR. P. EGAN. MB. J. O'SHANESY. COMMITTEE : MR. E. CROSS* MB. P. GALVIN C. DALLON* JOHN CONADIIAS M. KELLY P. REILLY M. REILLY* J. CHAULES* E. J. MACDONALD* T. T. CUMMINS J. E. WATSON* J. BOVCE P. MANNING Huon MACDONALD T. DEMPSEY* M. MURPHY J. O'SDTANESY* W. FmsuERAi.ii C. LUTTON W. F. MACDEUMOTT H. ANDERSON J. MonAN* D. JONES D. MARTIN* P. EGAD* J. HOB AN W. BRADY S. STRUDKII. * The astcriks mean Exhibition Committee. THE following arc thc names of thc gentle- men to whom a request has been sent to act as Judges and Stewards on thc Show Day: Judges for Horses of all kinds, and for Teams Mr. D. Martin Mr. J. O. Portus Mr. Edward Wilson Mr. Fred. Gregory Mr. Robert Dunc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 March 1878
M: ü i R K E V. jGENERAL STOREKEEPER & BUTCHER, BOOLBURKI AM)( WALLAHOO, C. N. RAIL Í WAV j^J T. &lt; O ' B îî ï Ë Ñ7 * GENERAI. STORERlîftl'ER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, Poiwarding alni General Commission - Agent, COMET RIVER, Q.N.K. (T. îv N H~L L, ATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, KANT KTKKKT, Opjwsito.Stewart and Lucas'. w ALI. WOHSIAXSHII' (ÍI'AIÍANIKKH. TAILORING ! TAILORING : TAIlA)I!ING ! JPRICE has received a large ipiantity . nf TWEEDS, and is nuw making up at prices hitherto unknown in Rockhampton. Gentlemen's own material made up at the lowest price. Í3" Norn TIM: ADUIIEKS "dii j. ; P R I C E, NF.XT TO &ENTISM AllMS, WILLIAM FRANK TAYLOR & CO., AUCTIONEERS, . i AND FORWARDING & GENERAL COMMIS- SION AGENTS, BLACKWATER AND COMET. GOODS forwarded to all parts of thc Colonies with thc greatest possible despatch. ' R. M. Hunter & Co. A. Feez W. Reidlfe jCo. Wood & Wood John Hcodrick & Co. W. &lt;fc M. C. 7')iomson ...
JACK'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 16 March 1878
JACK'S MISTAKE. J.4CJ! called it Mr. Mcralioth's mistake-* clearly it was Jack's ; however, judge for yourselves. You may look in vain now for the little stationery shoji where Jack liitter went one evening, fully resolved to speak upon the subject nearest and dearest to his heurt. It was then at thc corner of Clay-6trcct, but thc widening of Kearney-street lias swept it a«;ay -perhaps an old man's success in life witli it ; nevertheless, of its old associations, this little episode survives. " I will speak straight to the point," said Jack to himself, .feeling brave enough for anything, as he strode along on his young vigorous legs towards old Meiabetb's store. ." There is no use in putting off anything of this sort ; it is something like paying a debt no easier it a fellow could wait a century-in fact oidy harder. I will Bay, ' Hear father' for indeed lie has been very lilib a father to inc in my thoughts this long while-' I love your Lizzie.' Then he will smile, probably, I and a...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
NEW SOOTH WALKS. 1 SYDKET, March 10. drib, rolk Thc steamship Chi: this port, struck a went ashore at Beecroft were binded. The »1! the hay, but thc danjage serious. Thc scamship Worooa brings passengers to Sydney. Thc Legislative Assjml Drivel' to bc Cliainnnij Eight men have 1. Police Court for inst Hyde Park. The ca dy has elected Mr. of Oommittos. en brought before thc ing sectarian riots at arc not concluded. Atti
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
KIAATEI TELEGRAMS. (FROM otm 9 IT.- COBllKSrOtiDliNrS.) QUEENSLAND. Hu Dsn* NE, March IC. THE Government C. J. Hcprcc lioaj engineer in charge Maryborough rai! hcen appointed Melbourne, placed Dr. Robertson eur Volunteers.-Mcssnl. Thomas Houston al Copperfield.-It is' Patrick's Day falls' bc kept as a Salmond, of lîocklu to effect surveys Tho only cat Fassifern are Messrs, ailwty Cajitain gcnclal Ur notifies that Mr. been appointed district thc construction of thc Lieutenant lioyce has in room of Captain thc unattached list, and u of the K Company of Thomas Beard and .c appointed aldermen at notified that, as St. on Sunday, Monday will holiday.-Mr. A. H. npton, has been licensed :r the Lands Act. .tes yet announced for Bostock and Watkins.
DISGRACEFUL PROCEEINGS IN HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
M SCI II AWFUL PItOCfi. WIKGS IX II Y DH PA Iii . ON Sunday afternoon, Marji 0 (says the S. M. Hi ¡nhl) in accordaiieoj with Ins usual practice, Pastor Allen cnmnioliccd preaching m Hyde Park to a large aasqmluagc of people. A great number of his o>yniimmediate fol- lowers were present, and tliGsq were accommo- dated with seats on forms brought for the purpose ; ho himself stood oil a wooden erec- tion, about two feet high. (After singing and prayer ho commenced his dcfinon or address, hut bc had not proceeded fkr in his discourse when two men made their wi y up to him, and insisted upon their right tojkisc the very spot of ground upon which lie wal standing. This lcd to a general tumult, aiul it soon became evident that the two men weio well supported. Hy this time an immense number of people had assembled, in fact it is computed that not less than iiOOO were present. ^Fortunately, no blows were exchanged-at least none were observed-but tho hustling became very violent, and matt...
EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
EUROPEAS MAILS-m¿. mn iii;* ST» MIS norri'.. AIHMVF.Snt ItncWnmptoii .. .. Mandi M. J.KAVKS Itiickliaiiimiui .. Mareil ai. »II;I.IUII II\I: SVI:Z norri:. AltlilVHKnt l(..i'kliniiipt.Mi aliout.. April r>. LICAVKS ltoukliaiuptoii alunit .. April 0. r^ï.iro».vu\ norri:. AIÎH1VKS nt ltookhuiupt.m alimit.. Mardi 23. l.KAVKK Jtockhanipton almlit .. March 20. /FT Tile Mclhminic-Kiioz mail nrrivos nt MKT. UOl'RKK ahont lil days earlier, and departs nlioiit IO dnvK later than the «late shown in the nli'O'e tallie. Tim Californian mall arrives at SV1JNHY nlioiit S ilays earlier, and ilcparlslihnnl 10 days later._
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
SIT/PP/XO IKTELI. IGEKCIS. j MARCH IO.-JAMES PATKIIHOK, R.B., ra tm>«, Contain Ci. M. Wynn, from Sydney iliroct. Passung,»T -Sire. H. T. Furl.iniio, Mourn, ll. T. l--iirlmipo, W. Joger, and turee in Ule riteerage. Wood'anil Wood, (gents. March IB.-nt'KNBTT, fi.»., Í0 ton«, Watsoll master, from JJimunborg. Masher, &gt»;it. Mardi 10.-I.Anv VOI'N'O, s., 431 tons, Captain W. Hill, from HrMmmi viii port,. I'USSCIIHÎTS MwiM. A. 1>. IUHIHIOU, .1 Tnmbin, H. »'. (infer. Cummins, nnd tlx in the stmusuje. Wood and Wood, ofîonU. Mardi 17.-FANNV THOIINTOX, KCIIOOII.T, KO ton», H. M'Auley, Master, from Miiijlionragli. Mobter, agent. liEl'Altn'Itls. March lO.-TiS'ON'IÎIÎ, ».»., 2U.Ï tons, Captain &lt;\ William«, for llrondnoiind. I'iuwiigimi-rtix in thi' steerage. Wood and Wood, alunis. Marcb 17.-VAIIALLA, s.«., 3113 tons, Captain A. T. Rdwanla, for Marlay iliiwt. I'aa.gm -1'ive In thutjteerogu. Wood anil Wood, agunta. ULKAHAKCJ:. Mareil lfl.-M'HNUTT, H.S., 40 (ons, Waurn, ma...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
SHIPPING MOVIÏMENTS. ASSAM, JI.M.S -Orotlior steamer nf the P. and O. Co.'R fleet, vim the Knglisli mails to Foliniary 15, via nrindinl, in (lue ott' Adelaide from 1 Vii ut ile nullo, on March 30. BOWEN, n.M.S,-NTnw nt Sydney. «111 leave Moreton flay «a Thursday, March 28, for Singapore lind Hongkong via the usual ports ot cull. BOOMERANG, «.s.-In loadingat Sydney for Ilock liampton, BUNYIP, n.t.-Lott thc wharf yesterday nt noon, taking the northern mails and following passengers for transhipment to the s.n. Egmont in Keppel Hay-' Mm. M. Marsh, Messrs. John Stewart, W. J. M'Curdy, fl. A. Davis, tv. Cnniell, C. A. Faudrait, A. S. Ben- jamin, and seven in the stoerage. CCTV OF SYDNEY, B.ST.S.-Leaves Sydney on Thursday, SHtU Instant, for Han Francisco viiitlieunu.il ports of cull. ELAMANG, R.B.-Left Cooktown for southern ports on Sotnnky afternoon. EGMONT, s.s.-Took ber ilepnrtnre from Brisbane for Cooktown via the usual ports on Saturday morn- ing at seven, and WAR duo In Keppel Bay l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL EESTAJ PltdVIDKKT SOCIBTY. ILISIIKH 16«. FOR LIFJÎ MUTUA Animal Revenue extorts Accumulated Funds] Bonus Additions Quinquennium Claim paid to date NCK ON THE FRINCH'LK. xceeu leclarod £47'>,O00 2,W>,000 ÍI10.OO0 700,000 Thc next DIVISION OFJjjBOFlTS will lie made in 1870. All *h'cu()!lVccted during thc current year will pagirflfatc. THE I'lmur^rfiif REQUESTKO TO NOTE : 1IECENTI.Y ESTAÜMS AUs] MUTX^L ri Is thc\corrc&lt;3 Ol.llKST MITAI, Ii Tl* OK TITIJi LIFE OKFII.-ES frnAi.iA, TiiK SOCIETY fmof thc CE IN AUHTIIALIA, ATTIÎÎWTON j/mvitcd to thc following . ldltURAVilílílJULATlOXS : Mcnihci's ingj'Äivcl throughout tho world without licu/5c orlxlra premium. No cxtjp prcuiigiti charged fur residence itt .thc 22nd parallel of south |of which no reasonable t'Ul'TEll WITH rilol'IISAl,, g the coiitiimancc of a QiiccusUmd south &lt; latitiiflc. I'luml' or AUK 1 evidence is rejected or at any time du pulicy. I'OI.II IKS do not 'nally lapse until thirteen...
EXPLORATIONS IN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
EXPLORATION^ IN NEW GUINEA. THE following aeco nt of explorations in New Guiñeaba* becufon arded to ns (S. M. Jlerahl) by Signor LjM. )'Albertis, C.M.Z.S., and Officer of tjjArdo: of tho Crown of Italy : On the 2T Apr 1, 1877, I arrived at Somer- set with five^hiiu nen. There I found the Neva nearly ready or tho voyage, the engi- neer, and throe Sou li Sea Islanders that had to follow mc to New ( dinoa. One of them was Bob, who had been .nth me during thc first expedition. Thc o lier two, Jack and Tom, had been enrolled 1 iring my absence. On thc 30th of A ril, 1st and 2nd of May wc worked hard to onipletc thc Neva, so os to take thc sea thc fir ; calm. But tho mouth did not begin undc favourable auspices, for in the evening the .? iree South Sea men got verjF tipsy. On the following morning I found one of them still drunk 01 board, Bob in thc lock-up, and Jack summonc by the Police Magistrate for fighting and wo liding another South Sea Islander. On thc ; wi of May we liad a beon t...
EXAMINATION IN INSOLVENCY. IN THE SUTREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND, IN INSOLVENCY. SAM YOUNG, OF ROCKHAMPTON, STOREKEEPER AN INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
EXAMINA Tl&^rW INSOL VEKCY. IN THE SUTREME C IK. .SAM VOUKU, Ol' noe WOT OF QUEENSLAND, IN HA'ENCY. :iIAMFTON, STOKEKEErEH, (SOLVENT. Tm; following cvjdduco was talton before thc Police Magistrate, funder an order made by thc Supreme Court! and dated February 28, 1878 :- I Mary Ann Williimson deposed that she was a married woman, residing in Alma-strect; her husband is not living in Rockhampton ; she had been living inlier present residence, which she kept ns a boarling house for the past five months ; she rei ted thc house from Mr. \V. G. Jackson, md paid the rent with her own money ; eh knew the insolvent, Sam Young, who had oarded with her ever since she took thc ho se ; she had known him for thc past seven or sight years, and knew him at Springsure ; she &lt; iii not live in the same house at Springsure w th him ; she furnished her present residene , anti paid for everything, with her own m ney ; tuc insolvent gave lier nothing beyond t lirty shillings a-weck for...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. (PER STEAMER CHIMBORAZO.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
W^LIS. LATEST ENGLISH If EWS. j (run NTKASiEiJ CJIIJHIOIUZO. ) THE following Europlan items were tele- graphed to tho 8. M. acrahl, from Adelaide, on the fltli instant :- I Thc steamer Chimborazo anchored shortly after 1 o'clock to-day. ITJie captain reckons that the voyage has heel donc m thirty-nine days, including coaling a Vincent, delays on passage, and equation of ime. GENERAL SU IMARV. Lc utan, January 23. Thc Ministerial expiai itions of thc only ambiguous sentences in .he Soya! message have given thc utmost re icf aud satisfaction in all quarters, and po]mb . agitation has been suspended. Thc cmpba ic declarations of Lord Derby to tho Turkis! Government, that no British assistance ihn t bc expected as revealed in thc scries of. dc patches just pub- lished, have effectually « dmcd the public mind. Assured at long 1 of thc sincere adoption by thc Cabinet of ho policy of strict conditional neutrality, tile '. ouse of Commons as a body, ie prepared cordi' ly to support the Gove...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 March 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, MARCH J S, 3S78. VOI.CHTF.JIKS of K Cwp/ny .ive notified to ! atteint » full-dress paradcW-morrow (Tuesday) evening, at tlio lVotestaJL Hall, Alma-street, at eight o'clock. The bjurK must also ho in attendance. / \ AT the Police CoJrt, on AlltMilaf, before thc Police Magistrale, an aboriginal named Dick, charged with! drunkenness, was fined five shillings or twenty-four hours in thc cells. ' ON Saturday mwisig, Air. IT. W. I!¡sion, J.P., commenced an ii miry at (iracenieve into thc circumstances connected with thc shooting of Mr. William iVatson, who died on Friday night from tho ffects of a gun shot wound. Tho inquiry w¡ i udjoumcd until to morrow afternoon, at tv . o'clock, when it will be resumed in the Court House. To-iiAV will bo kc])t as a holiday, in honour of St. Patriae, by our fcllDwjcrflonistg who hail from thc Emerald Isle, niujfuy others who feel that aftcrltcn wcoks' application to busi- ness, a day'slrccreatinn wirf do them good. Thc Hibernian Soc...