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EXPLORATIONS IN NEW GUINEA. (C[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
EXPLORA riOXS Jj? NEW GUINEA. (Conhiiwil.) On thc 19th I sent the men ashore on the right hank, thinking1 b dangerous for thom tn fo ou the left, for fe r of the natives. Hut lob had a quarrel wi li some of thc crew and refused to go with i icm, and when in thc dingy obliged them ( i put him ashore on the j left hank. At half-p st 11 o'clock 1 heard the voices of tho native! very «car to tho Neva, and felt great anxict ? for Bob's safety. At the same time Bob fu sd a shot to which thc voices of hundreds &lt; F natives answered. I firod as fast as I couti in the direction of thc voices, to clear tho hush in thc event of natives being concralc 1 in it. As soon as possibl thc dingy arrived and went for Bob. He li id been lired at by thc natives hut not won ided. He had fired a shot at the first ma i. who stepped towards him, and had killed I im on thc spot. .Seeing this tho other nat res took flight. We remained at this ni shoragc one day more, and left it ou 21st Ju y with muc...
PEAK DO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
PEAK DOWX&DISTMCT. Tine tu n Clermont journils arc to baud, but, as not (infrequently hapj 3US, tho doppcrfirH Mint y ia missing. Saturday last (says the Trlryram) was roy. day at the Copper Minc, 1 ut it rained alf thc afternoon and evening, an I there was little or no stir. A few tributóle i sceived their money on Thursday. The sum ] aid away, inclusive iii previous advances, ame Hilted to i'I 111 7- In ad&lt;litiou to this, tile sum >f 1*134 was paid to local tradesmen, makiiuj fl toâj^af £1751. There arc yet, wc belie 'e, agÜMt tons of ore remaining to he samp jd.*^^PIHL/iiniaccs are still kept going, am) dr. Chiisloe informs us that lin hopes soon o bc able to start a fourth. Hnt-this will dc icnd entirely on the quantity of wood brough , in. In thc liegioning of the week there was o ly three days'supply, but wood is coming in better now, and nil Thuraday from thirty-ci ¡ht In forty tons were delivered at the niiiic, « lile thc teams engaged are suflicirut tu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
shipping Announcements. M FT\HE AUSTRALASIAN JSB%IB£ AI STEAM NAVIGATION ^W®R^8HIPS AIHr'S STEAM" To SYDNEY DIIBÍCT. - Jninos Paterson, W«!aesday. J To MELBOURE E.-Jamen Paterson will take passengers Ad cargo to bc transhipped at Sydney. I To BRISBANE fclBECT. - Elamang, on or about Tuesday, To BRISBAKE, *IA GLADSTONE, BUN- DABERG, pud IAHYBOROUGK.-Lady Young, To-tnorrc n Morning, Wednesday, at 7-30. To MACKAY.-Si amor, early. To BROADSOUNÎ -Steamer, carly. To COOKTOWN Í NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and &lt; trgo will bc forwarded by steamer Bunyip m Sunday next, to meet mail steamar in I eppel Bay. W&lt; OD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, 3$rcu 19, 187S. FOR SYDNEV VIA BRISBANE. X J->. nrBE MELBOURNE ¿jg^jk^k J. r STEAMSHIP COM fgBlflïîft^PA [Y'S splendid NEW J in^BSrasPgTi AMER^^L-.-; -*--ïsn t3SÉÑcÉ7 Will leave ROC/Ca IMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via I ItlSBANE, on TUES- DAY MORNINi , at 9 o'clock (weather permitting). Freight and pass ngors booked for Mel- bour...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
lÀ-ftpeelal ríiame ï* made for i*o:isle;iiees' mmim-iiM* menta In tliîs vtlinmi-l Mnrih *18.-Tlio &lt;1armiriL r.i" fr.iill Siitiinv viii nrintnne : 2*1 liam potiLics. SU lniiiillc&lt; wire, «'líales hops, IM iia-knerii Irin mil hardware. Il pi-ka-'n.. umeerliw. 27 trunk* li-viti, IVI ha-rs natu. I! IIIÜH ntilonn, 801*0* iiierclui*vliii.r. 5 n-p-ka..»«.!T?... :"ii-t&lt;"&lt; kerosrie o'l, IMpai-ki-v'» WiW*. >.'i'r;K ¡rel '.r*. ll pvAuzf ilrai"ri\ ".Ih-ilf-'i-K'.- *.»a ?> r- ' »v";l--i, « ll-lrklHT-!« nalllt- UM I "'I». 111".' «i'.'K'-'r.. KlllivKK und lwxen, fl cue* axes Ui pirk.eres KIHIPI-I. Kx Tile Clareare, K.I.: (ll lim min, Ciierrv ami Lowry. Kx Tim Clarea**, : I ca-p rirtriil :.&lt;: &lt;V..1i ¡mil Tu. SHll'l'IXd MOVKMKNTK. ASSAM, H.M.K-nro«wr*l»m&lt;»r "r th« V. ami O. &lt; !*> «mt, with Ul« I', i-li»'i m lils lo r,.i.nian- l :., vi« Itrlmli«, it* (Inc nff .Violai.!.! fr,«« l'oint de »J ill»-, on March ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
SniPPISG lXTELMCWCK. J MÍHCH ÍT.-K'i Koran-I ?«»>.) "WIMONT, « ».. &lt;:.ií ton«. C-i-itjiin H. \V,.lilKM.&lt;nnii Kvilw-y vii I1I¡S1I:I:I... ras-a-niM-rs-Mram. H. II. Mm-Vriv. W. Kil-.-mir. ll. (IIMIIIVIII. 1'. .1. It-t-vJ.-i-. T. |:»I.'T>&lt;. .1. U'S'i.Trv, ' C. Ti. llniiiii', H. I'itaninrtns IV. lïlim-mir-,-. H. | Kuhnnllil, lUlJ finir In Ilir slt-i-rizi'. Wnml ¡mil Wi-ml, ; AJ-MIIN. 1 Mnríh 1H.-TIIK n.MiKN'i'K. «.«.. .-.in (lins. ; «"?mfciin J. I». Harl.'.v. fr.inl Syili|.-y via lliV.ia'li'. . l'a»Krn-!Crii-5ln. A. «i'll, Mr«. J'jilii-r .T'.l l-vn I rJiUilt-r-u, and rivplvy jil tin- jiU'i'rîlf-i'. Jnlin Hi'.-l.Irii'k ¡ mid (.iii., Agunta, i iiKP.tiiTnin. ¡ .Marfil i;.-(I'nnn Keppel Uay) WIMONT. r-U \ tuns, Olltaill H. WeliVr. f.ir &lt;'&lt;iii!;tí»vii vii muís. , l'aiwiieont-Mni. M. Mareil. HMM. .Vilm Slru-art, W. .1. M'I'nr-tv. ll. A. Davis. W. Cnnn-ll. C. A. l'ai. ' .Knit. A. M. Ili'nitmiln, timi menu in Un- »Ira-rasc ; WiKid and ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
NEW fOUTH WALES. I SVDNEV, Maren Í8, Llanarth StatiJn, in thc South Kennedy district, lias been told to Mr. F. H. Stubley, with 0900 head of cattle, at four pounds ncr Thc steamship tasby, from Hgngtdwn to Newcastle, callingln here, whilstgHg dawn the harbour, ran d wu thc schooner Northern Light, collier, whit i sank almost immediately; all hands were san d. v - Pastor 1). Allen preached iii Hyde Park yesterday, fifteen thousand persons being present. No violer ie was offered the preacher while the service I stcd, though some ronglis attempted to creatu a «listurlianeB-oíT the out- skirts of tho cr wd. Several thousands followed Mr. Allen to liisresidence in Castle reagh-»treet, butti 2 strcota] wore afterwards cleared by thc poli&lt; ;, whotmade/Cnree arrests for riotous conduct in Hyfco/ï'ark. A j«w«e of one hundred ol thepajice and military forces ave held in readiness in the event of auothcr riot. Thc divers vepoi ; that twenty feet of the keel of thc steamer Chimborazo...
ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1878. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. FOR some yerfs pfist,*iri>ill to amend r the municipal law and give increased powers of loca selfjgovernmcnt to the towns and ollie populous areas o( the colony, bas ha 1 a prominent place in the Ministerial irograuime of measures submitted at lie opening of every session for the consideration of Parlia- ment ; but bey&lt; nd making a show of Government bu iness, it seems to have served no usefu purpose. The reason for this post| dement of what is generally believ :d to be legislation in the right direc ion, is probably lo be found in the cir :umstance thal the bills submitted hnv : been elaborate and bulky, and M nistcrs with their sup- porters have b :en too much engrossed in schemes of aihvay construction and other public « jrks to find the time requisite for di tiing with a measure re I quiring much pl idiling industry and ap ' plication to masl T its vaiiousdelails. The constituencies n ast directly affected by I such a measure lave also been actively I ...
BRISBANE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
BW8BANK. I [rilOM OUtJ COItRESPONDEKT.] Onn defences aro still occupying attention, and Licutcnant-CoI mci Scratchley arrived in this city per steam :r Egmont yesterday from thc south, to Olivia thc iVovcmment as to thc measures which lie may «kein expedient, with thc small resources t command for defence pur- poses. It is until ely that much viii result from this officer's i ccond visit, which I may state has been mad at the Premier's request. Thc Japanese coi 'ettc Tsukoba is making a long stay in Morel* i Kay, and the officers and cadets arc making thc most of their oppor- tunities to see tl : country. Twenty-five Japanese cadets, accompanied by two British naval instructors, started for the Downs hy j train yesterday, andlbout 150 men, consisting ! of one watch, were blought np to town yester- day, and visited mlny of thc shops, hoing greatly interested ill inspecting thc various articles. They are nlatly dressed in British sailor costume, and ai small of stature, but ni a smart...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
ST. PATIIICK'S DAY. JtilfN^DAV was kept as . holiday by thc ' banks, Boinc of t)ic Gove: ímait o (li ces, the schools, nml many of out business men, in j honour of .St. Patrick, thc i&trou aaiut of Ire- land. At an carly hour th sky was overcast, ami slight drawers from tl e Routh seemed to j give promise of a wet day. Thc unpropitious weather, howÄ'^r, did not appear to damn tho '^j&i^fP**^1''* ' thc bai1&lt;1 °f 11,0 wMOfn. Society, who, ii a. coach-an d-four bedecked with thc green lag displaying the har]», were driven through Ihe principal streets nf the town, playing " St, Patrick's'Day in the morning," and i thor lively airs. Ahout ten o'clock the &lt; ouds cleared off, and thc sun again f lone out, drying up the streets, ant cheering the hearts of those who wi heil to enjoy thc holiday. Ahout noon ir miters of persons w**rc to he HOCH -converging toward« the Show &lt; J rounds, William-street, .vhore the athletic spoils advertised hy th...
[?] ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
¡ AKIM Vivs :i» lî.Ml.-lKuiilrt.iu ¡il>i..it .. Mnrrli 2.1. I I l.liAVKS l(iirk!i.uiir.li"i nli "it .. Jlan-li 2'l. i-f TV Mei:, iiiri.'^ii-.'z mil .wives nf. Mia- : IIOI'IINT. ali.mt ll &lt;¡.r> iM-l-.r. an 1 ilenarl* alunit 1 lil &lt;|itvM Liter Ulan (lu- ilute slimvn in Hie nlmve tallie. ' Tlie I?iilifo!ni.-i'i mail .irrives nt SYIIN'KY aliiint S ; &lt;l:ivs earlier, niel il.;;i:irl.- alimil l-l il.iv* Inter, \
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
TO si;iiseiíi!ii;iís. l'ot'NTnv MIIIMÏIICN-S are 1nfr>niii.,) mat thu Irrcpilar iMivoiy .if tl!,. Ih'Hrtiii winch \m ",-,-"n cl iliuiiii! th.' past fnitaicllt i.&lt; Hie result ..I Ul« train livivint i.t ; a.m. rii-t-.-.i-t ..r ii. aa l Mic ina'ls ,.|.winÄ "vcr iiiíltt iiistcn.l "í at 7 a.PI. a« foi iiicrlv. lt is Imped tll.lt til" ni'lMllSPlilL-llts 11.11V lll'lill! »ill remove all i- niwi.f u.plaint: If tint, apnli.-atinii irill liu made t&lt;> Dir I'.ir'Mn i^iT-Ceaeral to Keep oii,..|i tile countrv mails until (ili lli.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 19 March 1878
MA FI.S vin '|/)RRKS .STRAITS, , fur tin: t'ii!t,&lt;"l/Kiiii-"l&lt;iln, the C'uiithiellt nf Kill-one, lidia, I'limn, .a-., «ill at this offiiu .1 Mmlcv Oidi iK l- l».. ami &lt;?* nt Hie l'iiiti»! 1'iiiUul I in> taut. Letters ).\xini,;i"ivri;iis(ix, i,nr-tllla.'--U'r. I'AIM'.I! IN Till'. TH R CA m I CO A* .W A Ar of SAITHIIVV ...nitaiiis. iiiii.iiiï ullin- in tere.-üliR mnlt-er, till' fullmvili? : - THU (TCLONH AT CAIRN'S. IlliW Ml!. I'lIAI.MI'.HS OX S KW (ll'INIÎA. TALKS A- SlilvTCHHS-Aii Kmbniiilcivl Stu-k inn -.lark'« Mistake. DKATH AX!) DIHIIAL OK KINO VICTOR KM MAXI'Kl.. NORTH lill X MAH. Xii WS. THU lilIKAT KYIIN'UV WILL FIIAI'I). I.KAlllNt; ARTIl.I.KS-r.iiiilitiniiallllss'iliiti.ilis -The Vii-tiii-iaii Deadlock-State liiliiratimi in (luecimlaiKl. KI'KCIAL AXI) RKITKR'S CAW.KllltAMS OUR OWN" CIIIIIIKSI'OXIIKXTS' TI'XK (¡IÍAMS Ol-ll 11IIISH.VXK l.r.TTKIl, .ucl ALI. THK NH.VS Ol' THU .VKKK. Sl-HICIlll'TIIIX--SI«. 1'HII AXM M A N INIQUITOUS GAM IS is be...
INSULT TO THE SPEAKER OF THE N.S.W. ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 March 1878
INSULT TO TUL SPEAKER OF THE X.S.W. ÀviSEiïBL T. I WK extract thc foll« wing from thc 8, M. ; Jlvrnhl of March &lt;> Mr. Speaker said : feel compelled to call I the attention of the H une to a matter which occurred this evening. Were it ont that the i letters that I am about o read are addressed to I me as Speaker of thc 1 ouse, I should take no ' notice of tlicin, becaust it would be giving tho writer too much pron menee, I am taking thc coui"sc 1 am no ' doing as \thcy are addresscil to mc as Sp aker, and I feel it is ¡ necessary that I shot ld read them to the , HOUBC that they may ¡ce the insult that has been perpetrated npoi the Speaker of the Assembly. The first }&lt; tier is addressed from l."i(i l'itt-Rtreet "Mr Campbell, editor and proprietor of the wed ly Ho*y>, respectfully requests the Speaker to ;rant him a permanent pass to the reporters' g llery to enable him to Match and report, from jino to time any pro- ceedings in thc H misti which Mr. Campbe...
BRISBANE ANNUAL RACES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SECOND DAY. BRISBANE, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 20 March 1878
nnrsiiA NEUXKUA L HA cns. [Br KUXTAIC TKLKUHAI'II.] SI«X*ÏD"I>AY. IBRISBAKE, March lit. THE SINKS' rnourcâ STAKES of 70 sovs., with Swco2>, &e. I Distance, one mile. Ada .1 Emigrant.2 THE fiovERNon'n Ci > of 1Q0 sovs., with a Sweep of 3 sova. jr second horse. Weight for agc. Distal« ; one mile. Mr, Lodcr's 1)1.c. B ick Kaglc, 3 years I Mr. Kinnie's h.h. N mo, aged ... 2 TlIF. QCKENSI.ANl! T HF Cl.Ull HANDICAI' of 300 sovs., with a weep of 7 sovs.*, second horse, ñ0 sovs.; tl ird home, 20 sovs. from thc prize. Distal ce, 1J mile. Mr. Monahan's hr. . The Italic, 6 st. 7 Ihs. I Mr. Loder's Hybla, Í st. 4 lbs. ... 2 TJIE HmiDJ.E RAVE, of 5 sovs. each from starters, with 20 sovs. added. Second horse, 40 sovs. fri n thc prize. Distance, about 3 miles. Hon. .1. White's b.¡. fiuiilhnm, aged, !) st. JO lbs.1 -Hunter's Daughter, 10 st. 10 lbs.2 THE l'l.MMi HANIUC ,v of 100 sovs., with a sweep of 3 sovs. from the prize. Mr, Monahan's br. 7 st. i lbs. .. Mr. Ijoder's Bcll.ldJni...