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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES] LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. .'fV¡l [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES) j I {LONDON, March 19. ff. ? DUNVTI.LE'S distillery Lt Belfast has been JffjH destroyed by tire, invoking a loss of £60,000. ilyTJ Terrible distress predails at the Bulgarian Jil fortress of Shumla, many thousands of fugi- : ll fl tives having collected there. J fl It is reported that Russia consente to the j fl admission of Greece to the Congress. j I fl

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] WARLIKE NEWS. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

IREUTElt ? MESSAGES.] WAEL] ICE NEWS. I LONDON, March 15. In thellouscof Confinons, RirStafford North- cote, in reply to al question, said that the negotiations for the European Congress con- tinue, and that tl e British Government requires, before agr eing to enter into Con- ference, that all the loace conditions accepted by Turkey shall 1 e submitted for con- sideration. He ad ed that at the Congress any decision preT iBly arrived at by the belligerent Powers ? 'ould not necessarily be considered binding. Great Britain would maintain her own vit vs. ST. F TERsnuita, March IS. It is semi-official!; stated here that the Russian Government «fusca to accede to the demand of Great Br iain that the treaty of , peace with Turkey b submitted for thc con- ' sideration of Congress! I EMS, March 15. The official journal a inounces that Prussia refuses to accede to t io proposal to admit Greece into the Europe n Congress. LONDON, March 16. Doubt exists herc as to whether tho Con- gress will m...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

MONETARY ABD COMMERCIAL. J I I LONDON, March IC. j ? A four and a-hat per cent4oan of one . million sterling, issued by Cape Colony, has been subscribed three]times over at an average of 99J per cent. Thc Dank minimu 1 is unchanged, but the reserve is slightly bet er than last week, and i now stands as 12} mi lions sterling. Consols arc weak and irregular, and are now quoted at 95.J. In thc wool mark :t, tuofpressing wonts of buyers liaving been i itinfied, a more languid / tone is observable in he sale room^sJ3ombing /, qualities, however, e ntiuuefiriu,SBf»iddUug I and lower sorts arc v mk. Onc-hauthe stock ' on hand ÍB sold. \ Thc price of wilt t is drooping, owing to large expected arriva s. } Wallaroo copper £ Í5, tin £04. Thc Australian 1 february mails, vifi San Francisco, have been delivered. '

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL, NOTICE. MAM for tile Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Fiji, «er Janies Paterson, s.s., close this morning at seven.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

TO COIiilliiPON'UKNTS. "SAVB Mn FROM MV FmiïNns."-ïïy n lon«fitamlinff nile, Miers rcfiMTine tu mir local i'iuitiïiii]i,irary arc inmh)iÍMÍI>li* lu this journal, unless under wry üxcoptioiinJ ri reu instances which certainly do nut

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday, «tated the rainfall to lie-At IJockhampton, 0'49 inch ; Keppel Bay, 0-55 ; Gladstone, 0"12 ; .Mackay, 0'59 ; Iilooinshury, 0"0."> ; B»Ä»aiii,"0,45; Westwood, 0-14; ftuwen, fl** ; .Townsville, 0-02. lt was raining nt Herbert Kiver ; showery at Mackay, Spring' sure, Nebo, and Collaroy ; and at CImnimt, Millchester, and Charters Towers, appearances ififticated rain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

' THE OUTIiOINd HAM,. THE CA PR TC O R Nf A N of SATIUDAV »ill contain, among wUier in- teresting matter, tbs following : NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. SPECIAL AND «EUTER'K CAHLE<iI!AMS 1 . Of It OWN CORRESPONDENTS' TELE OHAMS OÜR lîlîisnANE LETTER, ami ALL THE NEWS OE TUE WEEK. SISSWUTWE-21s. rat A»TM.

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. Wednesday, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

PETTY DEUT A COURT, JIWWKIÍ»//, .Iflr// 20. Tn F. usual sitting of tho ab .ve Court was held to-day, before the Police J fagistrate, and thc following causes dealt with : UNUEI'I;SIU:I) CAI'SKS.-' V. Pattison r. V. Lauderdale, goods sold, I'S Ts. Hd.; verdict for plaintiff with 10s. costs.-] lurjvby and Lanni- gan r. A. Haggott, <lislio loured promissory note, £17 12s,; verdict ft . plaintiff with £2 tis. (id. costs.-AV. Hopkins r. Mrs. H. Huston, goods sold, f(i His. lld.; crdict for plaintiff fur £2 10s. nd., and 13s. co ts. 1JKII:NDI:I» CAUKKS.-T Smith r. I!. M'Connoll. Mr. Milford appeared for the defendant, who was sue I for thc detinue of a cow and calf, valued at iii. The defendant was onie ed to deliver up the cattle within a \ eek or pay the amount claimed ; costs C2.-C. Kohler r. J. M'Sherry. Mr. Milton appeared for thc plaintiff, and Mr. Mclbourr ; for tho defendant. Thc plaintiff claimed £7 .'is. for work and labour performed in defen ant's service on a railwa...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

I coMiraçcTAi. I Ora Sydney files nr< to Mareil 14. Tho Jfrrahl reports : Investors in thc st* ck mid share market continue buying liank s ock nt full rates, and oilers for oilier diviilenr paying shares to-day were equal to those ruli g lally. New Noutli Wnlcs realised 51 ^. li debentures we note a slight decline in t^uccn land fours, sellers at 1(3. Insurance «liares st ¡ally. A fair inquiry for Steam. Australasia held for 18?. 'lhere were no transactions ii minina. Tho value of coal shares is well a ipported ; copper also strong. Very little di position to invest in Gold. Late advices from Roi th Australia indicate that grain speculations thcro have not been so remunerative as mai y persons supposed. Tho failure of Messrs. .1. M. Sinclair and Son, of Fort Adelaide, who shipped largely last season, was followed b ' a decline in prices, and on thc Olli instant t ie market was dull at Tis. 7d., delivered ut Yurt Adelaide, and 5s. .ld. at J Wt 1'iric. I ¡ven at thc reducti...

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The Morning Bulletin ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1876. TUE warlike nature of llie latest Euro- pean news need nol excite surprise, nor do we think that it furnishes cause for serious apprehensi >n. It lias been repeatedly shown o' uring the past month j or two that Russia s determined to treal European opinion and interests with all j the contempt poss ble without drawing upon herself the pe laity of armed inter- vention. The Cc ngress proposal was only acceded to vi hen it became plain that Great Britain and Austria would certainly declare v ar if an international Conference were refused ; and since then Russian diplomacy,has beep so directed as to make the Congress a farce. The secrecy observed i i the peace negotia- tions, and the rel cence imposed upon the Porte with rcs icct to the terms of peace granted, ani[ ly justified European distrust ; and nov thal the treaty of peace has been rati lied, Russia still ap- parently invests its details with secrecy. The demand ma le by Great Britain and...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

NEW SOudtt WALES. I Svusnv, March 20. <, Intimation lias beeil received from thc American Rifle Association tbat thc match for thc Centennial Trophr will be held in Sep- tember. I adfjV Thc New Guinea txp^tion embark to- morrow with thirty passengers, and will take twenty others at Coottawn. Thc Rev. W. B. Cllrke's illness is progress- ing favourably. The/attack was of paralysis. Thc steamship Northam having been fitted with machinery for/ preserving meat by the freezing process, underwent a test satisfactorily to-day. It is possible that a shipment to England by her wilftj'et 1« tried. Good gold has li on discovered in No. 9 South Lady Marj" R cf. Gympie. Fair stoue is also liebig obtainc from No. 5 South Lady Mary. Dissatisfaction ¡si spresser} at Gympie at the delay on tile part of tile Minister for Works in deciding on thc < lestion of thc site of the railway terminus at Iiis cud, and the public buildings question. Mr. Kobcrt S. 8 anston, well-known in conn...

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CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

I CALKNDAR-MAHCU. 24 3rd ¡Sun. in Loni ' Tin» tWt'« i*c;u;h tliuñ- full at tho Pilot Station, Keppel liny, 2h. <Oim. earlier ; anti ut liockliiuiiploii, 30m. latt-T thun tl io hourn sliowti in thc al io vu Luit] e.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ADRjVALN. îii'î2L,<C<.,'i KWI»*t**r> ABELA IDE, Larqii, ind^^nf^" '"',,0,'''on' w^tar««l Mar* ».-BOOMEnA IO, s.s., 4»B Um, Cntitat M^2id.,!iyro"'^'"f "l- Mn-«my, SH* lim Messrs^(ioorge Dwyer, ; . Ireland, ll.«, navi,!»,,,', igemi. U,° " Jen,fi(!' W'"", !iwl from Gladstone, tumor, gent. »J ««»ur, - *- '» March 20.-HOOLKT, xoM>, 31 ton», Wut*». Sf' »'">'»»«>?' h »1a Clad»toiic. llS; DEIM ¡rriíEs. 405 ton» Cnptain F. c. Knight, foi- Kv.W v¡á'](,¡; wÂÎMÏÂ w !""' t,"0"B" font, »Iis» Foot, Mossr» Fi mt .1 H-inlr ,*. iV Wood and Wood, aeent». i »w.<.raj,u.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

/ . (A spacial charge ÍH niîido.iorJcoiiriÎKnopsiannnuncc ¡¿¿r monta in tili» column.] ] I March 20.-liooiDfimtiR, H.K., from Sydney direr!: 74 packages hard nm I iron ware, »» boxes tobacco, i> rolls wiro notting, -ISO packages.wino*, spirits, and liocus. Cl packages proccríen, HO lings ric-n, 8 packages .drapery, ltí packages rbinuso good*, i trunk* hoots, :i packages drugs, Iß Iinlf-climUlui, 1 billiard tilde, H> Kiclu oatH, 107 bundles rope, kdos woolpacks, ITs . lings potatoes, ta cases fruit, 14 hag* onions, 0 bull*, 1 horse, 2 packages saddlery, :]7 packages sundries, uni] . tiuntshljiuiunts for tho north. Ex Boomerang, R.B.: 1 case lamps, Cobb and Co. - Esc Boomerang, S.B.: 'JO bags potatoes, 1 keg butter, - Heed and Keevo. ? ? Er Boomeraiuj,*B.s.: 19 enees fruit, J. Hart. Morell 20.-Hoolot, ketch, from Maryborough viii GLadbtune: 20,000 feet men timber. EXPORTS. March20.-I*ady Young»a., for HrtMbane via port«: 20 bags lime, 1 bag onions, 3 bags bran, 4 bags potatoes, ...

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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

FACTS AXb sen Ars. (From rA«V'oM.r«.) I TirKiiE will bo no Voll ntocr encampment in Victoria tin's Kastor, o\ mg to thc lateness of thc season. Rix pure heifers, fro I thc Arundel shed, Melbourne, have been purchased for 2000 guineas for lîarcoo Hiver Queensland. Peter Podmore, whoa merchant, Adelaide, has boen sentenced to t ireo years' imprison- ment for fraudulent insol ency. It is proposed to have intercolonial swimming matches next I jason at St. Kilda. Thc write for thc gem ral election in South Australia will bc isBuei this week (ending March IC). Thc National Marine Insurance Company, Adelaide, declares no div ilcnd. Thc Government of Siuth Australia have telegraphed thc Premier < f New South Wales that they arc willing to j( in in thc negotiations for a Customs Union. There was good rail at Aramac from. February 23 to February 20. Thc creeks are flooded, and thc Thomson Uiver is running. Hain has also fallen o > thc Darr and tho western rivers. A public me...

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NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

NORTHERN MAIL NEWS.     OUR usual files came to hand yesterday, bringing news from the various ports to Satur- day last. 1 COOKTOWN. Respecting a new gild-field, Mr. Edward Pavel!, ot Charlotte-st jct, Cooktown, sends tbc following letter to lie Coolton.ii Courier : -"Sir,-I nave tliis lay received a letter from my mates, who 1 ive, for some months past, been prospecting bc Northern District from Princess Charlot e's Day, north and south, and I am glad to inform thc public through your columns, that they have dis- covered a promising ¡ old-field (not on thc King or Coleman Ifivc -s). At proscnt there are on thc field, ahou two hundred miners obtaining payable gold, Tho position is on the south-west of the I, licbhardt Hange mid Leichhardt Uiver, on he western fall of thc Cloncurry. Myself ai 1 mates intend starting for tho new field in fif oun days time ; in tho meantime I will willin ly give any information to minors or others on ippTication." Tho blackB o...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

ÇffAMBER OF COMMERCE. WfflWfwW afternoon, it four o'clock, a special meeting of tlic Commitine of thc Ilockliampton Chandler of CommeVcc was held in the Secretary's office.- ' 'he mcinhcrs present were :-Messrs. E. V. Livermore (vice-Pre- sident) in thc chair, . . Macfarlane, M.L.A., H. Macdermott, 0. I. Buzacott, W, G. .1 ackson, \V. Thomson and \V. Pattison. The SiîuiiiTAiiy (Mr. Jackson) road the minutes of the prcviops meeting, which were couliruied. J COllllESfOS DEKC1S. A letter was read from Mr. E. Craven, lion, see. to the Peak Downs Chamhcr of Com- merce, congratulating the Chamhcr on thc success of the joint endeavours of the two Chamhet-s to procure a mail coach service betweau Aramac and Clermont, anil conveying the thanks of the Peak Downs Chamhcr for co-operating with them for the purpose. Ho also forwarded a copy of the report brought in hy a sui) committee of their Chamber in rcferoncc to thc best means of procuring railway (communication with Hock hainpton, requesti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

OHUBOHlXL'SIBvnipi, Lime Iron, Soda, and Componías strongly recommended Ly the faculty fer Consaiuption, and all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or emili. ELLIOTT RHOS. , & Co., Wholesalo agents, Irisbaue. ElliottjBros, & Co. WHOLESALEJBRCGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- struments, Trusas, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Adds and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, sud Crushed Bone$ 110 and 112, PHT-STREKT, SYDNEY, and BRISDANE. Chemical Works land Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ?ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE I WINE. Highly recommended by thc Faculty, and acknowledged to *>o thc purest and cheapest tonie yet introducid ; it is thc best restorative for the young, wejtk, and aged ; it strengthens the whole eystemvaod stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable {or Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

BARCOO li ACING CLUB. rpiïK SIXTH ANNUAL WHETING of JL the above Club will be heh! at BLACKALL on 4th ami 5th July, 1878. _ I PRESIDENT : B. D. MOREHEAD, ESQ. M.L.A. VICE-I'RESlllEXT : C. L. HILL, ESQ. j STEWARDS : K MURPHY, Esq. W. G. GnicE, Esq. W. G. BUM,, KBq. E. GOVETT, Esq. lt. GOVETT, Esq. J. GOVETT, Esq. E. SCARR, Esq. A. MOSSMAN, Lsg. j P. Cl.EWETT, Esq. .1. C. HlliOINBON, Esq. I \\\ P. TOZER, Esq. .1. MANAHAN, Esq. I FIRST DAY-THURSDAY, JULY 4. j FIRST RACE. HUliDLE RACE of 30 sovs., with sweo]) of 1 80V, each, to go to second hoi*sc ; foi' all horses ; distance, about 2} milos ; over eight flights hurdles ; welter weight for i agc. j SECOND'HACK. MAIDEN PLATE of 40 sovs. ; for all horses j that have never won an advertised prize exceeding £10 at time of entrance (now open), winners of two-year-old stakes excepted ; penalty fur winning after entrance, 5lbs. once ; twice or moro, 71bs ; ] J mile ; weight for agc. THIRD RACE, REINDEER CUP, value 35 soys., with 20 j sovs. add...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878

RAPID PRI »GRESS-PREMIER POSITION, iît itpopnlaritv Intriiislr merit. Koduccd Price of th HOM IS COMPANION. lt is univ a few mont] i s HÍ re tim first wliipment arrived ; but thc Machine is a really pood, that thura aro already more Home C ii pani on s Kidd in tineen aland luonth'y thnn aro soit of any other Hand Newing Machine. This rapid meccas exhausted our t>toek oiiain and again ; hut v have now a good supply and plenty more to arrive, Thc great consumption has warranted us in niaki: f a lar^o rontract with the Manufacturer at a low a* rate than formerly, which Gualdos ns tu reduce t î retail price to Tour Pounds Ten Khillinps. We will nt «numérate thc pwd points i>f thu Machine-we ct dr> hettor. Wu will'give a ïoeal reference at ill« invest township to «nv in tending purchaser, AB t io Machines are already in every part of thoCoIouj Liberal discount to store keepera. Al "rn ED SHAW &<|)" NOMÎJACJKNTC, ÎÏMisnAM: rpHE UNWARY ARK MAI&tirita A h...

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