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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN SI J! A M NAYTCATION 'COMPANY'S STEAM- SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIRECT. - James Paterson, This Morning, Tuufsday, at 8, and Boome- rang, Saturday Molting, at IO. To MELBOURN C.-James Paterson will take passengers andlcargo to be transhipped at Sydney. I To BRISBANE DIRH3T.- YaraUa, early. To BRISBANE, VIA. GLADSTONE, BUN- DABERG, and MA IYBORQUGH.-Lady BowupJCuesday. To MÄ|AY.-Stoat 3r, carly. To BRttaDSOUND.- ¡teamer, carly. To COOKTOWN & N RTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargi will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on linday next, to meet mail steamer in Kept ' Bay WOOD k WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, MarcbI21, 1876. FOR SYDNEY IIA BRISBANE. r_J- _ rp HE MELBOURNE ^gareT 1 STEAMSHIP COM ^Nm; I'ANY'J splendid NEW STEAMER THE C LAURENCE, WOl leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about TUESDAY, the öUifepril. Freight and passenlers booked for Mel bourne and Newcastle J pADHICK & CO., Agents. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE AA1 CllPPER ...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 March 1878
SHIPPING MOVKJIKNTH. ADELAIDE, barque.-This vowel, commanded hy Captain Duff, arrived in Keppel Hay on Tuesday oven Inp from London, and was reported at anchor off Sua Hill yesterday. She lia» mode a quick passage, having made tba voyage in 81 days from (Jnivesend, which she passeil on December Sti. Thc vessel is consigned to Messrs. Walter Reid mid Co., mid tirings n liirce general cargo. The steam-tug Mary Mitt probably . tow the barque to tile wharf to-day. BOWEN, R.M.S.-Now at fiyilnoy, «ill leave Moreton Hay on Thursday, Mardi ÜS, for singapore and Hongkong VÍA tile usual jiorts of call. CITY OF SYDNEY, R.M.S.- Loaves Sydney on Thursday, 28th Instant, for tiau Francisco via thc usual ports of call, 'sterday lost night. LADY ROWEN, e.-Left Brisbane on lier return trip to Rockhampton via ports yesterday ut one p.m. MAM, R.M.R.-Leave» Melbourne this afternoon, ' for Point de Gaile via UJC usual ports of cul!. VICTORIA, «.«-Left Sydney 0« Monday afternoon for Drtslione and northern...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
VICTIMA. SÍHLnounjíJí, March 21. j It is stilted that Lad; Uowcn leaves for Eng- land by next mail steal 1er. Tlic Assembly adjon: led yesterday till Tues- day. The Premier sai I there was every rea- son to believe the Lc islativc Council would ¡lass thc Payment of lendrera Bill. If they did thc Government would take ¡inmediato steps to pass thc Appropriation Bill and then prorogue. Thc anujunccmcnt was received with cheers. I
AMERICAN [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
AMERICAN I'IlIiAClUKO, THE following extract, i om a sermon by thc celebrated Hov. Dr. Tal iago, besides relating some interesting facts, v il) give some idea of thc style ot tirooehi ig now popular in America : A reporter of the AVi IV/,- Wnrbl told me that a clergyman foIiow&lt; t him to thc door and insisted that bc should 1 it publish his sermon on thc following day. I o put it on thc ground of modesty : he did not ' .'ant to sec it in print. Tlic fact came out nfl jr a while that thc sermon was plagiarised. No wonder he did not want it reported. It is unsafe now to take a sermon of Jercn Taylor or Timothy Dwight, for on Monda} night someone will take that sermon down rom thc library. A minister accustomed to make his sermon of religious patchwork', stn iding in thc pulpit, was confronted by a ms i in a pew who had more keenness than polit mess. Thc minister went on with a Haming introduction to his sermon, and tlic man sc .ted in front of him said, "That is Archbishi |&...
APPOINTMENT OF POUNDKEEPER AT YAAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
APPOINTMENT \F POUNDKEEPEIÏ ^fawwtDAY morning, at ton o'clock, a special meeting of magistrate*, adjourned a fortnight previously, was held ill thc Court House, for I thc appointment of a louiidkcepor at Yaamba. Tlic justices present] were :-Messrs. T. P. I Pugh (Police Magisl Tile, in the chair), J. Macfarlane, M.L.A.,. Brown, W. J. Taylor, C. ll. buzacott, H. Milman, J. Thomson, W. Thomson, \V. Bi lome, and A. Thozet. Mr. Pugh read the t leonis of last meeting. He might state that Mr. White, the only applicant for the appoi itment, had withdrawn his application. M . MILMAN suggested whether it might bc ar risable to send a tele- gram to thc Under Colonial Secretary, to .-incertain whether Oed los' appointment would bc confirmed. Thesug ;estion did not meet thc approval of thc mci ;ing.-Mr. J. THOMSON suggested that, as thc o were no applications, it might be advisable to see Mr. IVmglas nu thc matter on Iiis orthcoming visit.-Mr. TAYLOR did not bink such a course would bc judiciou...
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. [?] March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
COLOmÄL^ELEORAUS. ¡ ÍF110M OUlt OWN ^OMiESl'OSDEKTS.] QUEKli 5LAND. M.ui noHOüHU, March 21. Tiri-: Governor landed! licrc at half-past two »'clock to day. A salltc was fired from guns in thc Botanic Gai-dcife, and tho inhabitants turned out to thc nuiiAicr of OOOO to -welcome the Governor, who rcclivod an address, and replied expressing his pVatification. A gather- ing of children then san» thc National Anthem, and a procession followed thc Governor's carriage around the town to the Koyal Hotel. There were triumphal arches over the prin- cipal streets, and thc whole town was decorated and appeared in holiday attire. During the afternoon thc Governor laid tho foundation of St. l'ai l's Church, and this evening he attended a &lt; mcert. Several deputations will wait upon the Premier to-morrow, one being from the sugar planters. There will be a ball this evening. Thc town is full of visitors, and thc wcathor very hot. BMSBASE, March 21. News has been received herc that thc P. a...
CABLEGRAMS. [?] MESSAGES.] THE VICTORIAN CRISIS. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
CABLEGRAMS. I IBHUTEas MESSAGES.] THE VICTORIAN CUISIS. LONDON, March li. TUE London Press strongly condemns the revolutionary'cxcessel of tile Berry Ministry. The Governor's action is not approved, and the prompt intervention of thc Colonial Office is invoked. Â victualling shed in course of erection at Woolwich collapsed yesterday, burying 170 workmen in its ruins. Some men received dangerous injuries, but there were no deaths. I LONDON, March IS. The crisis tn Victoria was mentioned in both Houses yesternight, and thc papers were promised to bc laid oti the table next Tuesday. Earl Cadogan and iiir Michael Hicks-Beach said that thc accounts^rcccivcd in this country exaggerated thc circumstances connected with thc dismissal of the junges and public officers. The last despatch rccciVcd at thc Colonial Office showed that provision had boen made to ad- minister justice and ¿otnpcnsate the officials whose services bad boen dispensed with. Karl Cadogan said it wast not to bp believed t...
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for tho Australian Colonies, New Zealand, and Fiji, per Boomerang, s.s., close -for registered letters this evening nt six, and for ordinary letters to-morrow (Saturday) morning at niue. Mails for ports north of St. Lawrence, per Victoria, s.s., close to-morrow (Saturday) evening at the usual hours.
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
METEOROLOGICAL. OBSERVATIONS. TnE reporta ending at. 9 a.m. yesterday, «tated the rainfall te be-At St. Lawrence, 0'2G ¡neb ; Mackay, 0-43 ; Bloomsbury, 1 -OH ; Townsville, 0-68 ; Bowen, 0'5G. Fine weather prevailed at other stations. Telegraphic com- munication with Waterview, and ports north of that place, was still interrupted.
CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
" -CAI.IFOItMA.V imrre. ARRIVES nt Kuckhtuimtrm about.. Mardi 23. LEAVES RockUamptun about .. April 17. Ä3T Tile Melbnnrno-Suw. mail nmvca at MEL- BOURNE about 10 &lt;biy* oarJIur. nm) departs »bunt 10 days Inter tlmn tho dat« fibown in tbc ablive tal il u. The Californian mail nrrives nt HYDNEV about S days earlier, and depart««nbout io dayh later.
MAIL NEWS PER s.s. ASSAM. A[?], W.A., March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
MAIL NEWS PER s.s. ASSAM. A Mil KY, W.A., March 21. Thu news brought -er mail steamer Assam is to 13th February. Thc newspapers st ito that at the time of tile discussion of tin war vote, the policy of llussia in keeping th 1 tenus of the armisticl j secret and pushing o: troops for several day» after thc Turkish Ieuipoteutarics received instructions to acec it any terms, led to tho strongest manifesta ions of public feeling throughout the -wintry. There were numerous gathei-in ;s, and nearly all the principal towns pronounced in favour of the Covcrninc! t and thc £0,000,000 war vole. On sev i-al occasions thc Timm nnd Daily Niw* wc c publicly burnt, and for several days Karl Beaconsfield received a tremendous ovation] un reaching the Parlia- ment Houses. TbdT excitement was greater than on any other occasion since thc Crimean war. I AN INI'1ÍLI.V.ITU.U.¡ ÍNTKIITAINBIKST.- Üather , a nuvul, but insti active ami interesting, I entertainment wa» gi cn at tlic School of Arts, St. leona...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ! Minni SL-TWONEE,*).s.. Mri tons, Captain C. William», from Brondnoiifd. ltuweucani-l'nur in tho steerage. Wood ami Wow, fluents. DEPAArr/BK. March SI,-JAMKS PjOrKKSON, s.s., KíC tons, Captain G. M. Wynn, for llydney direct. Passengers -Mrs. J; H. M William ami Infant, tim. Oollrtt, Mi»« M'Williani, Moura. Colleta C. M. Kent, amt «evan in the steerage. Wood anil Wood, agents.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
f A «pedal charlie ia made fnr consignees' nnnounce meata In this column.] Mansb 21.-Tinonee, «.H., from Broadsound : lialr-i* wool, 1 package harness, and transhipment* for Hydney. Kxronre. Mardi SI.-Janies Patetwin, s.s., for Sydnny direct : 1 «iso plants. 285 hides, »ss cakes 159t> incuts ronner, 7 hogsheads 2 qtuirtor-casks 80 tierce* tallow, 205 líales wool, ft Inindia* «kins, 1 packa^o drapery, 0 packages Bundries. &lt;
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
NEW SOUTH WALES. j SviiSKV, March 21. In tho Assembly, y&lt; sternight, the members strongly condenuicd tl a allowing hiBammatory religions harangues in fydc I'ark on Sundays. Tlie Colonist sails &lt; i-inorrow afternoon for New Guinea. Most of thc party are provided with Ashantee llannilo! ks, tracie, firearms, and a Large quantity of aim uuition.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
GHTROHILL'Í Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, And Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty »or Consumption, aud all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or abell. ELLIOTT Duos., & Co., Wliolcsalo agents] Brisbane. ELLIOTT BUOS, & CO. WHOLESA: SALT! Medicines, Dru; struments. Tn Cordial Msnufacl of Acids and Cl Manufacturers ol and Crushed Boi 110 and 112, Chemical Worl Cove, DRUGGISTS AND DRY ¡RS, Importers of l'aient gists' Suudrics, Surgical lu- sos, Etc.; Soda-water, and firers* Goods. Manufacturers imicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., [Superphosphate, Bone Dust, s. ITT-BTREET, SVIINKV, and BulKUAKE. and Glass Factory, Iron sin, Syducy. ELLIOTT'S (JlAMPAGNE QUININE Î WINE. Highly recomnlended by tho Faculty, and . cknowledged tel be thc purest and cheapest tonie yet introduced ; it is thc best restorative for the young, wjak, ami aged ; it strengthens the whole system! and stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluablefror Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheum...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
RAPID PROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION. flreAnopularlty Intrinsic.merit. Reduced Price of thellOMK COMPANION, lt ls only a few months «incl the Aral »lil pment turi veri ; !>nt the Machine is na willy flood, tl int there are already more Home ConwunoiiH «old In (ineeiwlnnd month'y than are eoïd M any other Hand .Sewing i Machino. This rapid nAcens exhausted our stork j wain and again ; but we ¡ave now n pood tmpply and plenty more to orrin*, vie great cnnHiiiuptfnn lian warranted ns tn making m-large contract with tho Manufacturer at a lower vate than fonncrly, whtah «Hallion UR to reduce the iltail price tn Four Pounds Ten Shillings. Wu will iiufcininiorate tfioptitd pointu of tho Mooline-we can oft 1 rotter.. We will pive a local reference nt the nenlist tmvniihip t&lt;> n-nv in- tending purchaser, os thufttarhlntw aro already in every part of -the Oniony, albert I clfacoiint ta&bmv keepera. 1 ALFJIED SHAW «£ Co., 1 OMS AÎIENTS, IïnisnAVi:. CHARLATANS ARE CON TINUAL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 March 1878
FITZROY PASTORAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. CERTIFICATES for LAST YEAR'S SHOW aro now ready for distribution. LADIES from the country desiring ft Com fortahlc Home during Confinement can be accommodated at Mrs. THUMP'S, West street. Terms moderate. Address, Post j Office, Rockhampton. ADVIOETO MOTHERS!-Are you broken in yo ur rest by a sick ohild suffering with thc pain of cutting teeth 1 Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of M ns. WINSLOW'S j SOOTHING Srjtup. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasent to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by rcUeving the child from pain, and thc little cherub awakes "as bright as a button." It soothes tho child, it softens the gums, allays all nain, relieves wind, regulates ' thc bowels, and is thc best known remedy for | , dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from Jgalhing or other causes. Mrs. Winslow's ^Sójthíng Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at le. 1 Jd. per ...