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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

ÏOST OFFICK MAIL NOÏiCJÎ. MAIIJÍ for Brisbane, tho Australian Colonies, New Zealand, anil Fiji, ner Yaralla, s.e., close this morning-Tor registered letters ¡it ten, and ordinary letters at eleven. Mails for Kt. Lawrance and Nebo, jier Tinonee, s.s., close this moniiiig-for registered letters at eleven and ordinary letters nt twelve. Mails for intermediate ports, per Lady Bowen, e., close this evening-for registered letters at six, and ordinary letters at eight.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

METEOBOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday, stated the rainfall to he-At Mackay, 0ÎM inch ; Bloomsbury, 012 ; IUvcnswooii, 0 0*). At Mackay and Mat-top Island it was showery, and at Bloomsbury appearances indicated rain. Telegraphic communication with Waterview and northern stations was Still interrupted.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. [REUTERS MESSAGES.] THE VICTORIAN CRISIS. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. ' [REUTERS ll ESS AGES.] THE VICTORIAN CRISIS. ) LONDON, Mardi 20. TUE parliamentary phpers ou tlic Victorian crisis have been ¡sf led. They include a despatch from thc S< irctary of State for the Colonies to the Gove -nor of Victoria, dated 28th February, wiri li sets forth that Sir Michael Hicks-Beach Iodines to express an opinion on thc incritB i f a dispute en a matter appertaining solely o the Government of Victoria. Thc desps jch expresses the hope that mutual couccssio is may bc mode to bring about a settlement < i thc difficulty pending between thc twa brai ;hes of the Legislature, and that both thc Bri tish Government and Sir George Bowen will keep aloof from the dispute. [SPECIAL CORtlESi OKDEKTS MESSAGES.] LONI IN, March 21, 4*5 p.m. Thc official despn ;ches respecting thc con- stitutional conflict n Victoria which have been published sin w that the Governor's action throughout is supported by thc Colonial OHice. Th; Timi's says it is cle...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

MAGISTKRIAL MOSTE«. THE following is Uic list of Justices for attendance at thc police Court during thc «-eek :-Monday, 25th-C. H. Wodehouse and A. 8. Wood. Tuesday, 2Cth-Messrs. dames Atherton and C. H. A. Barwell. Wednesday, 27th-Messrs. K. Ballard and W. I'. Jloikle inaji. Thursday, 28th- Messrs. C. N. Iierk Iwck and A. L. Hourcicault. Friday, 2!ltli Messrs. James Boyce and W. Broome. .Satur »lay 30th H"»n,.,.*t Messrs. J. Brown and C. H.

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CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

- CALENDAD-Milien. Mon ..Si .Linly Day tue*.. """ Wwi .. Iliurn 1 Sun .. al Uh Sun. |Mn" * The tides ruarli llivir full at tlio IMJ->1 suiimi, Kti*jK-l Ilnv, 2li. earlier; WMI al Ilorkliaiupt.<Mi, Som. later tuan Uw liuurs sawn lu Ult nbovv taMe.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

{A BpecirJ cliarfffi in miule fur connipii*cV announce* m outs in lilis column.] March 24.-Lady Rowen, from Bi-Mianc via purte : Mi bundler rope «ettliip, 42 VRKOH fruit, packages wines KpiritH and heern, 5 oa-sos drapery, 4 pacfcap&i stationery, ü ¡>ievm att^cutry, Jo wilt, 7 nackniiCK drugs, 4 rolls Imitlmr, .17 pai-îKajïus ftnuvrifs, flour, 2 p¡iol;aíí»!N glassware, 7.1 nackaiioa inm mid hardware, 12 p;u*kiifr<* paints ni id oils, ii cxwi icr, SO ton* eoala, lOlnmk« boot*, 22 isi^h cuke, lither* (JURor, S lialf-ehe*U toa, 1 horse, 27 piiokiitfi;* Niimlriiis. Bx Lady Bowen, s.: lf> rases 1 cask u balf-caw 2 quartcr-casoh fm it, 2 caws iw, J. Hurt. Kx Lady Bowen, s.: 3D hnxes .soap, Acheson mid Alien. lix Lady Rn wen, H.: 1 halo paper, lease kerosene, Bulletin office. EX ron TS. Mardi 23.- Hoolot, ischooner, for Maryborough : 2-'i ons limestone. March 23.-BonmernnR. s.s., for Sydney dircrt: Oil nkes copper, «4 hide*, lft tiortWK tallow, ii23 hales i-ool, 7Ï...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BIRTH. M'KENZIE.-On the 10th March, at her residence Wienholt-street, the wife of James M'Kenzie, of twins.  

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Limo Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended hy the {acuity fir Consumption, and all Diseases of Deblity; free from any un Çleasant taste or sdjcll. ELLIOTT DUOS,, & Co., Wholesale agonts,|Brisbanc ELLIO T liHOS, & CO. WHOLESAL 1 DRUGGISTS AND DUY SALTli ÎS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Drag ists' Suudrics, Surgical In- struments, Tras es, Etc; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufact rers1 Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chi nicols, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bon a. 110 and 112, 'ITT-STBEET, SYDNEY, and BlUSBAKE. Chemical Worki and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Uahnnin, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S C KAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recomí onded hy tho Faculty, ami .cknowlcdgcd t< bethe purest and cheapest tonic yet introdt lcd ; it is thc heat restorative for thc young, w ak, aud agod ; it strengthens the whole systen , and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, NevvousucBs, Gout...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. BLACKALL, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

COLONIAI TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR O' .N CORRESPONDENTS.] QUI; liNSLAND. BLACKALL, March 23. MESSUM. BROWN AIJU MnviiKLi.'s sheep, from Blythdale for Wer ia, passed hero yesterday, in goori condition for travelling. There is plenty of grass at d water ; weather warm and dry. M invnoitoron, March 24. Thc ceremony of turning tlie first sod of the railway to Gynipii took place at ll'HO a.m. yesterday in tin presence of a large assemblage. Thcr : was a great procession through thc towif previous to that hour. After the ceremony, thc Governor, Mr. Douglas, and thc c attractors made speeches ; Mr. Douglas tba diing thc Liberal party for thc success attending their efforts to make tho I lilway. Seven thousand persons were ? resent. The Governor walked round th ! grounds, inspecting the roasting of thc wh le bullock. A free lunch «as provided by he Corporation, and three hundred aborigiua a sang " lie's a jolly good fellow." Thc C ivernor next visited the hospital, and after vards planted a tree...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

Irhr IST of Unclaimed Letters at thc Post JLi Office, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or before 15th Anni, 1878, will bc for- warded to the Dead Lotter Office, Brisbaue. DANIEL FETERSON, 'Postmaster. P.O., Rockhampton, March 23, 1878. AcilNEIt, John; Allenberg, H.; Alverman, Mr.: Anderson, Francis (2); Anderson, Mr.; Ander- son, Miss C. Bolton, Master M.; Barnard, A. fi. V. (2) ; Barrett, Mrs. W.; Barrett, C. .li.; Boggs, C.) Bell, .lohn; Black, Alex. J.; Hinton, Thomas; Brabazon, A. C.; Brand, Captain A. B.: Brodie, Mrs, Brooks, Mrs. Mary; Browne, Ohas. And.; Bunworth, Richard (2); Borke, Mrs. Daniel. ' Cull, John ; Callanan, Patrick ; Campbell, Miss B.; Carnell, lt.; Carlesiy, Augusto; Casey, John(2); Cashill, W.; Cockcua, .lack ; Colo, George; Colburn, J.; Cook, Mrs, ti.; Cowley, James ; Cowley, Mi's. Mary; Cradocb, Mr.©. Davidson, J.; Dans, Ishinciel; Denolly, James; Dornings, H.; Douglas, Jane-, Dudley, Uriah. Evans, Miss C E. Faulkner, Mrs. Ferguson, Richard; Finch, J.; Fisher...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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A LOOK AT CANTON. No. II. [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

A WOK AT CANTON. 'y Jr No. IL "-í¿ / C .-14i«7</< </ from Ihr A rg««. J OF glass tho Chinaman makes much./' It appears tu bj blown in egg-shaped pieces of very huge alo and very thin quality. At none of the Jillrra where I saw glass working going on wcrcliny flat sheets of it to bc seen. Ont of those llrgc glass bubbles, as they ap- peared to bc, nie artisans -were cutting pieces uf different sizis for purposes, I think, of fan oiimuicutationlaiid toy mirror making, when the glass shoull be silvered. 'J'iie temple If the laughing Buddha is one of thc curios If Canton. 1 was, however, quite full of tin» ligure, whether with laugh- ing face or mil. I had seen lind'Ilia all through thc Kaat everwhere, and could draw thc figure on aiwooden wall w ith a red hot pulser with my ryes shut. After the gland I Buddha figure eleu at Kunakura, in Japan, in its fifty feet Vhigb sublimity, all other | Buddhist iigures were insipid. j No ¿¿oíd or sihVr smiths' shops...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

MAILS via t'ORRES STRAITS, (..r Ule VniUf Kingdom, tl» Continent of Klimpe, Iiiiii», Oliiii.i, Lr., «ill CLOSE at Uli« ellice for Mnucv Orders« 4 p.m., for Registered LetteT nt tl p.m., and for tl 'linnie lotto's for all piares eseept tile United K lindum nt ti pin. rai Till IIS DAV, 2»tli instant. I'.ir Ni-wspapi-rs and llmrt 1'iK'ketH, nt ll a.m., ti il for Ordinal} Litters fur tlie fluted Kinedoiii nu ,. nt 7 a.m. FRIDAY, tültll instant. l.etts'rs for or vi:'i 1 ie Ignited Kingdom, hearing a late fi'O of sixpeiu-e, may posted on hoard tile stumer lliniyip, nt t e A.S.N. Ouupany's Wharf, up too a.m. rame day. ETEHSON, Postmaster. inclosed in bottles I^IRK-WATKÍ «hieb f.inui'iif 1 la-lil Hm must imputar aareenlde iiiedieinal hrivrago of tue reiltiiry upnu Hu- public lii'jiltli. These fiery poisi bear imitation labels to -render the ili.eepti, complete. Jteunvc of tlieni. Dcninnit nod .. lint the gi inline. RAPID PROGRESS-PREMIER i POSITION, (ilatpimiilaritv Intrliisieiiioril, lleil...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES [?] ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

EU 110¡'KA X MA ILS-187S. TURMS MilílTS llOUr -AHÜJVKS nt lIor)r)i.uj!|)l«H . LEAVJW ltoekluiiiiiit.111 Sl.irrli 23. March 29. MKi.iinrnN!:.srr.z noL'Ti:. AlIltIVKK itt lliirkliiini|it<in nliunt.. April :.. I.ICAVICS líuckliuui]>tnli alimil .. Al»rtl 1». IKM'liM; ¡iliuut 111 iliii'K c.nliiT. .-uní ili'irails nlnint lil lim» Intiir «inn »hr- «lato slimvn in tin' aWi' tallie. Tim Californian mail arrive» at KV UN KV alunit ti ilays earlier, awl ilt'imrli nliuill lu ilays latín-.

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, l^AKCH 23, 1878. His EXCELLENCY IHE GOVERNOR, w!ien distributing priz< s at the Ipswich Grammar School recently, warned the boys against the arrulity nowadays so prevalent, and ch; racterised much of thc public speaking >f the present day as " rubbish." Hil Excellency's words have been extollc I for their wisdom by writers in the m itropolitan Press, and there is a sense ii which they are wise . indeed, and deser ing of being pondered by men whom ac :ident has placed in a position where t \ey are beset hy the strongest tempta ion to "speak." His Excellency's wo ds were, reported in thirdrfferson : Kc thought that thc amount of rubbish that was talked in the irescnt day was enough to prevent reasonable men from expressing their thoughts in wordf He was of opinion that the wisdom of )i ai should bc measured ''.V what they did, nt hy how much they said. Tlicy might depem on it that long speeches were generally i tended to conceal Hie speaker's want of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

Shipping ¿Innouncements. nnlHE AUSTRALASIAN 1. ¡STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S SÏ1SAM SUIF.S. To VU BRISBANE.-Egmont, j o^^Hkout Tucsii ly, To ^Bff LBODKNK- Egmont will ! take passengers ai il cargo to lie transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE DH ECT.-Yaralin, This Day {Monday), at »001 . To BRISBANE, IA GLADSTONE and MARYBOUOUG] I-Lady Bowen, Tues- day. To MACKAY.- SU oner, early. To BBOADSOUND - Tinonee, This After- noon, Monday, at L To COOKTOWN & SOUTHERN FORTS. Passengers and carlo will )>e forwarded by steamer Bunyip oui Sunday next, to meet moil steamer in Keppel Bay. WOO» & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Marci 25,1878. * JT- TOASTERN & AUSTRA igFaá Iii I IAN MAIL STEAM ^äS®Hr C0MR -NY (LIMITED). j For BHISBAJSÍST*IBÍ DNEY AN» MEL- BOURNE- %^ R.M.S. 60 JXufera, THIS DA", AT T P.M. JOHN HEDRICK & CO., < Agents. FOR SYDNEY ni BRISBANE. i TT\uf MELBOURNE iS^tf 1 STEAMSHIP C0M JTMlrinfltkCl'ANTfs splendid NEW ^tBSSBr STEJAIER THE CH^RENCE, Will ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 March 1878

SHIPPING IKTELUGHÎICE. ] JlißCil «.-MDr* HOI 'KN, «., M2 tram, raptan W. Collier, fruin Uriahs ic vii purLs. i'iisseiiitors Mrs. latinas, MM. Jami i, Miss Antlcrsim, Messrs. .lull» SlovensT, M I. ' .. Kingsmill, J. I,rws, larmer, Harker, Harvey Thomas Kennedy, I liarle» A, Crusoe, Hosea Kastei , W. Wilson, D.i llanman, .lnlin Morton, Andrew J« kson, 'J'lioiiinn Ullin, J. W. Marris, ami ufteon in tlic itccraiitj. Winni alni Winni, agents. Marrhil.-VAHAfXA, s.s.. 303 lons, Captain A. T. 1'Mwanls, from Mackay l à llrnailsiiuml. rassengers -Mrs. W. H. Paton, il ?». Hume ami rtillil. Mrs. Haven anil three chilli nu, Mm. Allen alni Hm cliildren,Messrs. W. H. I' linn, Haven, (iain, l,ml;re>, Itnulfnrd, anil five in thc tarage. Winni anil Winni, agents. Mareil 2t.-<ln Kepi» »ny) »J,S- SOSIEHSCT, J00O tons, Cujltatll it. K Morris, fruin KIIHUUHW! via the usual niirts nf I JIII Passengers : -Fur lli» k liailipton : Mrs. A. lt WI sun, Sims«. A. H. W1I.-1111. C. Conway, J. «ell, K...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

lELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE j WINK. Highly recommended by tho Faculty, and . cknowledgcd toi be thc purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; it is tho best restorative for thc young, wsak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system! and stimulates thc appetite, and is invaluablcfor Indigestion, Nervousness, flout, ltbeumatiain, Fever and Ague, lt lias also proved a myst invaluable and agreeable stomachic to all suffering from general debility and loss of appetite. A wincglassful twice a day will be found particularly grateful and efficacious in all cases where a cordial tonic is required. ls far superiur to sherry and bitters. i (Brisbane, January 3, 1870. Gr.NTLEsnw,-1 beg to inform you that I have examined your Quinine Wine, and can- not lind anything deleterious ju its composi- tion. It contains at least half a grain of dry pure sulphate of quinine iu each ounce ; and from thc quantity of ci bracts of well-known bitter tonics in its corni osition, and especially that1 of sulph...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

CHURCHILL'S] Sympa, Limo Iron, Sod», and Compognds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility j free from any un- pleasant taste or ail eli. EMJOTTBBOS., & Co., Wholcsalo agenta,! Brisbane. ELLIOTT BROS, & CO. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- struments, Trustes, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacnirers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Cbimicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of (Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Boats. 110 and 112, PiTT-KTnnrar, SVDNF.Y, and {BlllSDANIt. Chemical Works! and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, pahnain, Sydney.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE "SUFFICIENT FENCE" DISPUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. THE "SUFFICIENT FENCE" DISPUTE. TO THE KIJ1TOR OF f HF. IIL'I.LETIN. Sra,-I read in tlic Kock! amptnn tinily popers of ii meeting which was'] csided over and con veiled by your Mayor, t which meeting it waa resolved to petition Hie Government to bring forward a mcasJ rc at tlic ensiling session, which, if made la /, would be seriously injurious to a large class f thc community. I am a miner, residing oi the gold-fields, and am thc owner of Bevel i\ goats (like most miners ami small settle i) which supply my family with milk, but ir, and oftentimes meat. Were it not for tli in it would bo hard times, particularly in a casoii like thc last. On thc Gnld-liclds Itesc t-c, each miner and business licciischoldur i by law allowed to run twenty head of cat lc (I am not aware that thc law siiecilics t! c particular sort of cattle). 1 presume a ina/ that has no cows is justitiell in keeping goat thereon. And if the resolution passed at tl i meeting referred to becomes law, cvo...

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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

PACTS AND SCRAPS. j (From tiie Papers.) j THE action against tho Emling JVVKU for contempt of court, in! publishing a paragraph in the case of Manning! t«rsu« tjio Kow Zealand Insurance Company, aas lapsed, as thc juris- diction had ceased owiag to thc closing of the sittings of Hie Court, t The Hov. W. li. Cllrke, the geologist, of Sydney, has had a paralytic eti'oke, and is reported as being in a <! i iug state. The Municipal Coane lof Sydney arc making a move against the < ppointment of a city architect. They propc io, iu aliolishing the office, to offer bouuso for wliat work thoy require to be done. The revenue of the p< rt of Cooktown to 12th instant was £974 ls. 6 . Thc rainfall during tho week ending Frid y the 8th, was eleven inches. Mr. Warden Farrelly reports thc supposed murder of, . Chinese storekeeper, who left Byerstown fn the 18th February, with £80 in gold and notes. His remains were found on tho 20th of the same month, three miles fr...

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