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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. j Scottish Riifpht, barque, fi?fi tons, Captain rawson, Cleared ut Londonon 20th December, atiil wan reported off Stnrt Point on December 28. "walter ltuiri and Co., agenta. OfaVot. banque, 4:í5 lons, Captain W. Pritchard, passed Uraveseud December 10. lt. M. Hunter and Co., agents. Heron, actionner. 01 lons, W. Greenlees, master, oadtng at Newcastle. IÎ. M. Hunter and Co., agents. VESSELS IN HA RH OOO, BcolUfib Hero, barque, 807 tons, Captain M'Kacharn Joadiag for London. Walter lief ri Am! Co., agents. Sepia, barque, COO tons, Captain J. C. Munro, loading for London. W. and M. C. Tliorasoii, agenta. 1 Delaware, barque, 240 tons. X. Hnrrin, master, from Adelaide. Macdermott lirotliem, agent*. Fanny Thornton, schooner, 80 'tona, TT. M'AuIev, master, from Maryborough. Muster, agent. Adelaide, barque, 435 ton«. Captain Dun*, from London, anchored off Sea Hill. (Walter lield and Co., Agents. Hoolet, leeton, 31 tons, Watson, monter, fro Marvin borough, oJe&red...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TUE SUEZ MAIL. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

TUE SUEZ^rATL. CFrom Ute Citrirr. ) Tm: K.M.S. Assam brings] mail advices from Loudon via, Brindisi to til« loth February-the same date as thc latest tc ^graphic news from London to San Francis! , received by the Pacific Mail Steamer Ansi alia : Tlie result of the divii on in the Imperial Parliament on tho vote oi six millions sterling for military and naval pl poses was received with tremendous appian c by thc Ministry. In thc debate, all thc I iding men of both sides took patt, and tiler were some exciting scenes, strong language ticing used by both parties, aud severe connmttits being passed upon the policy of Russia. Several Liberals voted Arith the Government in both divisions. I Vice-Admiral Hornby« fleet left Besika Bay on thc 20th January, entered tho Dardanelles, proceeding to Cliauak, where a telegram was received directing its return to Besika Bay. The Sultan had granted a firman for its passage ; it was not kljiwn, however, whether resistance M'ould or wJuld not be made,...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

pOST OFFICE MAIL NOTICK. MAILS for Brisbane, tho Australian Colonies, Kew Zealand, and Fiji, ncr Egmont, s.s., close this evening-for registered letters at six, and ordinary letters at eight.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEAK DOWES DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

PEAK DOWSS DISTRICT. FnoM thc papers of Sanirday last wc cull tire followiug :- I A report lias l-cacliei us (V. D. TelegramJ to thereffect that at Mi int Cornish two dams, constructed by private nterprise, were carried away during thc rec ut heavy rains, . the damage in one case heil ; estimated at £3000, and in thc other at £80 . This, if true, is to bc greatly regretted, j ! thc conservation of j water is of primary s nportancc in Queens- land. Wc learn on g >d authority that tho I new Government dams t Tambo and Blackall have stood thc test adn milly. They are now quite full, and will b of great value to the respective districts. Wc (Admiim-) noti e the arrival of several teams laden with vari« is descriptions of mer- chandise. They pas! d through Clermont yesterday, and depoE bcd a part of their loading, but the bulk of their freight ia for Aramac. Should the tic weather continue, more teams are expect d to arrive during the coming week. Thc cv nt is being looked most anxiou...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. 1 THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday, ' stated thc rainfall to bc-At liocldiampton, 0'05 inch ; Brisbano, 1 -09 ; Gladstone, 0 05 ; Bowen, 0O2; Townsville, 015. At Keppel Bay, Cape Capricorn, and Maryborough it was showery. Fine weather prevailed at other stations.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CENTRAL COAST DISTRICT. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

CENTUM. C0Âr DISTRICT. I [FROM OUll OWN loRnESPONBENT.] . j J'oiMiiNf! rains, repeated frequently, have much changed thc outciy of late, so that the majority arc more than satisfied. One who has j made a tour of the coos districts northwards ! to Toorilia describes it ¡ ll tluough wet alike, all thc creeks and wat rcoursos having been repeatedly impassable, but owing to their shortness quickly emt ,ied, and traffic was therefore only temporal ly suspended. "One particularly noticeable feature," says my informant, "is thc ah ost entire absence of kangaroos ;" as from 7 'oodlands light up to Toorilia, something nc r 100 miles, only some twenty of these pesti had been noticed by him. Thc glowing reports vhich have been made os to tlie great nuinl: ir of fats procurable in in this district, liotwit islanding thc drought, are not corroborated hy my informant, nor docs he think the si irtness of thc summer, added to thc lateness f branding, can possibly have allowed the catt o sufficient ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

IA special charge is made for consignees' announce- ments in tufa column.] March 25.-Sarah Cooper, schooner, from Mary- borough: 18,000 feet ti inlier. EXTORTS. March 25.-Yaralla, H.S., for lirihbanc direct : 41 bolus woo). 1 package, and through cargo. Mureil 25.-Tinonee, H.K., for Ilroadsound : 81 .MIG* IS half-bflÄ« flour, 0 ba*?* potatoes, 4 bules woolpacks, 4 packages groceries, 1 caso drapery, 74!) pieced limber, 7 packägos sundrioH. March 25.-Lady Bowen, s., for Brisbane viii ports : llö holen Wool, 4 eiwes ninns, Som* pl.-tUi'l wiln», :t'> andu 20 Ualf-Bock« 40 íjuarti'r micks Hour, 10 I tu ii* lien wire, 1 p;ickftfife glasrW-iire, 7 packages sundries.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

SniPPIKG ISTELUaWCE. I Minen M.-^io Koppoi níj) VICTORIA, ».»., jooo »na, Captain T. A. Luke, rum Kyiliirv vii Ui islmnc «?«¡WBini-Mr«. T. ll. ) mollbm, MCIHI-S. r. lt' HaroUton, S. I,, l'rinno. «li ,1o», Vouni!, H.illin-slicil, BiooraBcM. K. North, tl ve in thu stcWs muí through ntuisengora. Wood muí Winni, iigunU. March 55.-SARAH CO IMín, Klimm«', 30 tolH, IL Todd, auster, from JI»r borough. MaaU-r, laaii. I.'LEAK .NOK. March 25.-LADY BOW ÏN, H., II! ton«. UiliUin JJ. Cíittier, for llrisluuiu vii norta. riwsuiiüiTn-Jlr«. Fannerand two children Mrs. Wilson, Mm. K. MantnUI, ile««T. Wilson, l>. Ilradínrt, a. itankcii. andtenlntheoUMS-agc. « >od mid Wood, usent». DKP AR ÜBEN. .J&roh <«*Mn KePP I Hiv) VICTOHIA, H.S., WOO tons, Cantuta T. A. iii», fm- Cooktown viii Hurts! jraasangera-Sfessra. F. J. tycrlay, J. Stewart, tiurfcr, Trouton, «even in tho sMoracc, mid Uirimcb "nas ?enge«. Wood and Wood! agents. Mundi £5-VARAJ.I.A, h., 303 tons, Captain A. T. Edwards, ...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

COLOJSriAL^TELEORAilS. [FHOM OOH OWN COKRESPOKOENTIÍ.] QUEE> 3LAND. BRISBANE, Mardi 25. A Omette Extraort ¿nar>/ notifies that Parliament is further irorogucd till Wednes- day, 24th April, wlf n it will meet for the despatch of business.

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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. IREÜTEKS UESSAßBB.) t- LONDON. March 22. ¡jytho House of Borda to-day Earl Derby 'wited that tho Brinah. Government had not demanded the admission of Greece to the Congress on the fooAig of one of the guaran- teeing Powers, but ad only asked that ber representative might tare a hearing. Russia, he said, had not yet I splied to Great Britain's request that thc peac conditions with Turkey be submitted to Co gress. Her Majesty's Government were of opinion that unless they were submitted tl ire had better ' bc no Congress. Lo ;DON, March 23, 1-40. Money is less in lcmand, but rates are drooping. Bank ra e two per cent. Tho Bank reservo is w< ikened by gold with- drawals. Consols ai ! now quoted at 9">¡|. The stock markets aro recovering. The market for Australian securities shows a dowtM word tendency ; Viet ria four per cent loan^ January and July, i quoted at !)0| ; New South Wales four pt . cent loan, 1903, lOOf" South Australian four 1er cent loan, January ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

[AILS via HORRES STRAITS, L for tin* I'nitfrl lCinyilmii, the Continent of pe, Iiulln, China, Ike, will CLOSK nt tliifi uflice For Monov (hilera A 4 p.m., for ttcpi.stcred tetters at 0 p.m., iniil for ilrtinurv Letters for nil phwett oxfi'Jit Um I'uitei] !Bii».lom «I H p,ui. on THlrJtS HAY, 2Sth instant*" l'or Newspapers ami IUMU 1'ackots, nt li íl.lii.,MMlf..|-(t)'lIiliai'vIíi'ltcr.s fm- tile llnlteiMthiftduin o Jj y at 7 n.m. Kill DAY, 201 li tetters fm- oí' viá Bio IJ II i tel Kingdom, bearuig a late fue of sixpence* may be posted on bonni thu .stainer lbinyipj nt tte A.S.K Company's Wharf, up I DAN1JX POKIISON, 'fi Postmaster. Post Office, KocldmÄnton, RAPID PlÄ)GRl£SS-PREMIER POSITION. íí/entnnpnlarítv Intriiitiïf merit, lïoduced Price of i e HO.MK COMPANION. lt is only a f*»w months nee thc llrst shipment arri vert ; but tue Machine is \o really good, tbiit there arc already inoro Home íompaníonn wild in Queensland month'y thnn aro st il <if any other llatul Sew i i...

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

r»l.tFOIlMA.V limTIÍ. iA*~^ ^1 Alii! 1 Vi;s nt !í.i,Mi.Tpl.>iinliout .. ibM). LKAVEíi línckhaniptim about ., April IT. XT The Mellmunio-Sii.'/, mail nn-ivcs at Ml'X RI/URNK about in »i.ijs «irliw. awl departs nb.»it in .lav s later tlin.ii tin? date- shown in thu show talilo. Tho Californian mail arrives at KVIIXHY aliuut li days earlier, anti départs about Ki days later.

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CALENDER—MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

CAI.KKDAK-SUUCII. I :îl .Uh Sun. in lii'ni Moox-sA«i:Hi ,n,at01. at U. Ilat ? Ilia tides mich (heir full nt thc Pilot Ntatfim, Kcji]H'l Hnv, ¿h. 4om. eaitinr ; mul nt Itnckliaiiiploii, Som. tater tïimi tim boura KIIOMII in tho above iablu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

SCAMPS ARK SK LL I NO CXHNTKIÎFMTS of Unit mort wlmlmimi' nf mcM'Inal »tiinuuiiiU, IDIIUMJO WOLFES KI'HIK DASI AlttlMAIK.-WHXAl'l'S. fainoiw nlikf fnr its lieftltli-çfWng properties nni ngruealriV flnvrnir. Tue fcnaveH who are carryiiie on tin's wirked tr.iflie put thuir fiery dernction« into empty lwttlcM nf tho n>:il article, nuil in mnFÍ fiiHtanceti imítab* HIP geiiuiue IBJKIS. iiuút »poa Laving tile real Schnapps.

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

AïïItIVKSi at îî.icliljampluîi about.. April fi. I LH A Y KS Jtoi'kliMinitttHi .IIKIIIL .. April 'à.

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

EUKO PK AN MAILS-JS7S. n mítines sut A ITS noi'Ti; AKIÍIVi;s nt ït<iclih:tiiiptn,n .. Tfili wit J, LK.VV1CS líockhainptttii .. .. March 2'J.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATH. WOODD.-On the 22nd instant, at the residence of Mrs. W. H. Ryder, Clifton Terrace, Brisbane, Ellen Marian, wife of William Woodd, and eldest daughter of the late Percival Douglas Mansfield, Rockhampton. Age 24 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

WF. WALTON, QUEENSLAND SronEfi, . corner J East and William Streets, Rockhampton. V Rockhampton D. MELBOURNE, t juin KOTABV PUBLIC, VIOTOWA I [RE & MARINE INSUR ANCE < 3MPANY ; Tlead Office Melbourne.-Tin undersigned beg to notify that they have b eu appointed Agents for the above Company, and are prepared to insure against either fir or marine risks. >V. & M. C. THOMSON. Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, 1st March, 167S. ATTENTION'S directed to the Proclama- tion published in the Government Gazette of thc 23rd February last, throwing open to Hc-selcction forfeited Selection 297, ltockliainpton, on and after thc 2(Jth instant, as surveyed. JAMES F. GARRICK. EDUCATIONAL MISS DAVIS aving removed ber Estab- lishment fi an Warwick to Lucerne, near Milton, Brisb ne, is now ready to receive Pupils. TEIIMS -V AlTLICATION. February 22, 187 I. ROPE WORKS, IKIIANK AFORSYTH &¿fí>. desire to call thc . attcution/rtSiiip CliandJerB, Millers, and other...

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THE TORRES STRAIT MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

, THE TORRES ffPRAIT ii A Ii. THE S.O. Somerset bril gs English files viâ Brindisi to the 1st Febr ary. We make thc , subjoined extracts : JVic Times Bays :-In no HOUBO of lords on Friday last, Earl Carr rvon explained the reason (or his retireuiei t from tho Cabinet, which was that he did r it consider thc posi- tion of affairs had warra ted an order for thc entrance of the British Fleet into thc Dar- danelles nor a demar 1 for supplemental estimates. On Monday ¡arl Derby {who bad withdrawn his resigna* on), replying to a speech of Lord StratliCJd' 1, explained that he Iud withdrawn his resign tion as the circum- stances which had induce it had changed. On Tuesday the Foreign { scretary said the Government had exercisi L no pressure upon Greece to prevent her at) eking Turkey, hut had tendered friendly adi ce, which had boen accepted. Last night t ere waa a series of desultory remarks and questions more or less relating to the Eastern Question, to which Lord Derby replied.. I In th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878

SHIPPING MOVKMKXTS. ASSAM, H.M.S.-Witli Hie Hnull-.li mail» tn February 15, rta Brindisi, is ilue ntl' tilcnclg, Koutli Australia, on March 30. BOOMERANG, «.«.-lu .Ino nt Sydney from thin port to-morrow night. BOWEN, lt.M.S.-Wt Sydney for Moreton Bav .111 Saturday. Bile leaves the lalttr port on Thursday for rclngopore and Hongkong via tile usual ports ol oil. CITY OF SYDNEY, ll.M.K- I/iaves Sydney rn Thursday, 28th instant, for San FraiidHroriAthetmual ports of cal). i Brisbane EGMONT, s.s.-From Cooktown via ports arrived off Townsville at midnight on Sunday. GOVERNOR BLACKALL, s.s.-Left Sydnev for Brisbane on Saturday, and wlil resumo lier passago to Jtockhajupton vii port» tn.uiorrow afternoon. JAMBS PATERSON, B.s.-Arr!ved at Sydney ye«, terday, and leaves 011 lier retnm trip to Rockhampton to-morrow afternoon. KATE,' «.-Tia liovenmient stciincr Kate left Slaryborougu for Bundaberg yesterday morning nt eight. LADY BOWEN, s.-Take« lier departure for Bris- bane vii porta this morni...

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