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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878
COSÎMEUCIAL. THE S. M. Herald ofWie I Olli reports : A comparatively srnWl business was trans neted in the Stock anil Kliaro market to-day Bank stock was unaltered. Commercial sold at 98 ; Joint Stock had Buyers at 13?, offered at 14; National of Queensland held at 7}. In- surance shares continue to meet inquiry Australasian Steam firrrlat IA, sellers. In thc local produce iiarkct, prices were Old mai EC, 6s. to (is. Iii., new at As. Ut Rs. 3d.; oaten hay, £4 ia? £5; lucerne, £3 to £3 10s.; cheese, 4d. \o Sd. ; bacon, Sd. to lOd. ' 1 ?? MoBsrs. Maiden, Hil , and Clark, and Mr. Barker, Messrs. Mort and Co., ami Mr. Bridge hold their usual weekly sales of hides, tallow, &c, on thc ICt i. There was a large supply of light and ii fcrior hides, and as stocks have been aecuu dating vendors were compelled to accept loi cr pnces, in order to effect sales. Several lots sold below 2d. per lb., one at I id., hci ry weights had good competition at 3fd. to 4 lil. Calfskins sohl at 4s. to...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878
NEW SOLtll WALES. I SVDNEV, March 25. Tho Supreme Court upheld thc view of the words of thc Land Vet that "five miles square" means tw» ity-five square miles. This is not believed tc bo the intention of thc Act. ^ Professor ltussoll,* airdresser, formerly of Brisbane, has keen cn rged to-day with steal- ing 50,000 feet of gas. He has been remanded. Thc Colouist, clippc schooner, cleared at thc Customs for New Gui ea, awaiting fair wind. The steamer Ly-ee- loon will soon be ready for sea, and leaves for few Caledonia after the arrival of thc Suez M il. Thc Postmastcr-G ueral represents this colony at thc approacl ng cable conference at Melbourne._1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878
Shipping Announcements. JXJ- J*- TT/HE AUSTRALASIAN jjîfêvfb If STKAM NAVIGATION ^jjjy^jjMjjpC M PAN Y'S STEAM xJ^J)NEY, \ A BRISBANIA-Egmont, P^P^abont Tux day. To M E L B O J ll N E. - Egmont will take passougers md cargo to bc transhipped at Sydney. TçJJBÎSBANE ÍIRECT.-Egmont, on or aCóut Tuesday. To BRISBANE VIA GLADSTONE ami MARYBOROU JH.-Lady Young, Tues day. To MACKAY.- Taralla, early next «eek. To BROADSOUI D. - Yaralla, early «ext week. To COOKTO Passengers and steamer Bunyip mail steamer in Rockhampton, NORTHERN PORTS. .go Mill lie forwarded by on Sunday nert, to meet keppel Bay. Wf OD & WOOD, Agents, .ch 2G, 1878. ÎAST1ÎRN & AUSTRA- LIAN MAIWSTEAM tPANYJIilirrED). FDNEY AND MEL SET, . Y, ATSÍ r.M. ÊÂDBICK & CO., FOR SYDNH* VIA BRISBANE. Vj-. rrqEii MELBOURNE JL* STEAMSHIP COM ^jgjggpr1^1 T1"^ 6l),cudid NEW THE 3LARENCE, Will leave ROCK LAMPTON WHARP for SYDNEY, via RISBANE, on or about TUESDAY, tin 3tb April. Freight and pi songera booked for Mel- ...
BRISBANE. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878
lilt IXB A xv. [l'ttOM OUJI COUlMÏSroNUF.SÏ.] DuiiiNC! the past wccki Lieutenant-Colonel Scratehley, who lias beer appointed Inspecting Officer of Colonial 1 cfcnccs hy mutual arrangement between lie Colonies! in pur- suance of a rccomincn ation made hy Sir WilHaui Jervois, has been fully occupied inquiring into the eondi ion of tile volunteer force in Brisbane, and the means available for the defence of tho p rt. Ile is evidently Hinch pleased with tho I rgc attendance of thc Brisbane volunteers at he Inspection drills, and in this respect hey contrast very favourably with the coi litio» of the volun > teer/orce in Sydney. 1 c has also been down 'Áttsfñvcx with a view t decide upon certain prnaiférs relating to th construction of a ' battery, arrangement of t rpedoes, &c, aud has had various consultation with the volunteer otiicers. Last night bc g vc an address to thc ollicci s which is wort i reading. It is published in to-day's Cou rr. A new candidate has come forward...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, ifjytCH 20, 1878. Tm; expression of oj inion of the Sydney Chamber of Corar lerce, at ils last annual meeting, in Í vour of a Customs Union between New South Wales, South Australia, and Quee island, seems to be bearing fruit, as the Government of the first-named colony Î re reported to have opened communica ions on the subject with the Governmei t of South Australia, who have now ex( ressed their willing- ness to enter into negotiations with a view to the acco mplishment of this object It is not stated whether any direct communicati in was made by tile Government of N&lt; iv South Wales, in Ihe first instance ; and we can hardly suppose that such communication, if made, would be directed lo one colony only, as Qu lensland is not less favourable than £ MI th Australia lo free trade in the abstract, and the probability is that if New South Wales took the initiative i a matter of this kind, the cooperador of the two other colonies would be ought. Our own G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 March 1878
BLOob PURIFIER, I SARSAPARILLA has, from time imme- morial, boon consijlered the best agent for this J^H3AYLE\"E COMPOUND EXTRACT j of SARSAPAUIHLA contains all the valu- able properties ol this plant, together with lae advantage of ticing a pleasant and palat- able beverage, for those who abstain from alcoholic drinks . thÍB will oct as a gentle stimulant, which fenders it peculiarly adapted - to a hot climate, i ON SALE Bisulphato Limo I Turner's Homoopa Oarbonato Soda! I thic Medicines ' cwt. keg j Piesse and Lubin's, Carbonate Soda, 1 oz. Rimmcl's and other packets, 7 lb. Soxes Perfumery Bicarbonate Soda, Nitrate Silver Crys Howard's | tais Sulphur, land23pwt. Albumcnised Paper casks j Pyrogallic Acid Sulphur, I oz. packets, Soda Hyposulpk 7 lb. boxes j Thomas & Mawson' Sulphur roll | Collodion Epsom Salts, 4 fswt. Caustic Soda, Resin and 1 cwt. keg! Brown Lump Silicate Epsom Salts, 15 oz. Soda packets, 7 lb. Boxes Soda Crystals, Whit Bluestone, j cwtKand ing 1 cwt kegs ...
CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
CALKKDAR-MAIICII. Tims. I DAY S MLMOftANDA MOOS'SAGI: uj,,],".llt,r I * ¡it U. lint' Mon.. 25 il/ulv nay lain.m. 4 2-2 4-40 Tue«.. 20 I.LaatUnor. 5-10 5'34 Wwi .. 27 i. 6-58 &lt;S'22 Timm 2S 1. 0-46 7'12 rri.... ¡SI ?. 7-3(1 B-n Sat ..I 30 ;. 8-24 8'48 Sun ..j 31 ,4th Sun. in Lent .. ?? .. 012 9'30 ' Tile tliles reach their full nt the Pilot Station, Keppel Hay, 2b. 40m. earlier ; anil nt Rockhampton, sow. later than thc hours shuwn in thc above table.
DESIRES OF THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
DESIRES OF THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE. A VEliv large mlnber-probably the great majority-of the IHttssian people ardently desire that for thclircsent no armistice should be concluded, andi they would be much dis- appointed if the arlvy did not advance beyond Adrianoplc. Tho reasons why a temporary occupation of Coultoutinoplo should bc an indispensable contfuion of peace arc this morn- ing stated by theTHoroc Vremya thus i "Russia does nit at present require thc permanent possession of Constantinople, and if we took thc city welcertainly should not keep it ; but it is necessary for the Russian army as a temporary restiuglilacc, and to thc Russian soldier as a reward mr his labours. For thc people who supplied the material of thu victorious anny lt ls necessary as thc crown and nimliusot the wir, and as tho seal of the document by winch thc conditions of existence of Eunpean Turkey are to bo altered. Our] past is essentially connected with Czarlrad (the Imperial city), whence we received] om'...
THE FLOODS AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
TUE FLOODS MEMO UliXE. OWTKG to the heavy aius which fell during thc last twenty-four wura (says n HirnlVe telegram of the 10th larch), extensive floods have occurred aroi nd Melbourne. This morning tho water rose very rapidly and oovoredKt. Kilda Itu id, while tho low-lying land between Mellie nie, Emerald Hill, and Sandridgo is complc ely submerged, lt was found advisable to suspend all traille for vehicles across l'rincp's Bridge, as thc water rushed in torrents] across the roadway, rendering it dangerous. Several cows were carried down the striant and drowned, while Bcvcral narrow cácanos occurred. Thc Mind, which was from tile south-wrcst, assisted to kee]) up tho tide, aili thc water continued to HBO rapidly. TboulandB of people lined thc bridge and banks ofjthc river in tue afternoon. Tn thc neighbourhood of llichmond and West Melbourne, all Qic low-lying lands are covered, and a'gdod deal of destruction to property has been dausod. In some directions > nothing can bc sein...
CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
rAI.IPMlMlK BOITE. Ali Ii IV KS fit llockliiiinptoaalioiit.. April 20. LEAVES Rockhampton about ,. April 17. HW Tile Mellion rn e-Huez mail arrives ut M KL- UG UR NIC Almut 10 days earlier, ami départs about 10 ilayrs Inter Uiiui th« flato shown in thc »hove tallie. Tho Californian mail arrives nt KVDXEY about S days curlier, ami ileparte almut 10 flayh later._
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
VIÎTOKIA. MELBOUJÍNE, March 20. Parliament again ii icots to-day. At the cricket mai ch l>ctwoen the Austra- lian Eleven and Ki ¡titeen of Victoria, the Australians in their two innings scored 387 runs, and thc Eight&lt; in in their two innings 233 runs, thc Austral ms winning hy 154 runs. Thc efforts that ali: being made to bring about a compromise fire still proceeding, but they arc expected to and in failure. A1 '&lt; : 11 .\NrsTAN. --Tile rall Mall GaMe (Jan. 28) calls attention to an important but by no means unexpected statement telegraphed from Calcutta by thel Timm correspondent in that city :-A rattle]' sinister rumour of doubtful authority! though transmitted through oliieia] channels, reports that the Amccr of Cabul is massing troops at Candahar. This may possibly mean a menace to Persia rather than a hostilelmovcmeut against us, as there is no doubt thlt the Ameer is actuated with au equally hostie feeling against Persia as against Englandf in conseque...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
Shipping Announcements. To SYDNEY DI tECT.- James Paterson, about 48 hours al er arrivai. To M ELBOUR rE.-James Paterson «ill take passengers a tl cargo to lie transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE D H13CT.-Tinonee, carly. To BRISBANE, ru GLADSTONE and MARYB0HOU0 J. - Governor Blackall, Tuesday, I To MACKAY.-Y#atla, early »ext week. To BROADSOUND! - Yaralla, carly next week. 1 To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS. Fassongers and calko will 1» forwarded by steamer Bunyip ott Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Marth 27, 1878. (TIRE AUSTRALASIAN li STEAM NAVIGATION 'COMPANY'S STEAM- SHIPS. FOR SYDNEW VIA BRISBANE. E MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM PANJV'S splendid NEW THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about TUESDAY, the 9tl April. Freight and passolgora booked br Mel* bourne and Newcastle JOHN $A»RICK it CO., Agents. POE LONBON DIRECT. THE AA1 CMOTEE BARQUE SCOTTI 867 TONS REGIS |H HERO, ?rAts N. M'EA...
ACCIDENT TO THE S.S. CHIMBORAZO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
ACCIDENT TO THU S.S. CHTMBOIIAZO. THE following tclegi am to Ibo 8. M. Iff rabi, dated Jervis Ray, '. londay, embodies the latest information wi li respect to thc Chim- borazo : Thc Woniora and C rca, steamers, arc along- side lighteringthe fore art of thesbip by receiv- ing thc cargo, especial] 'the iron; and thc diver, Mr. Sutherland, is sci ding up the cargo from the flooded compartan ut. The ship is making 110 water in thc mair compartments, and she is perfectly safe in a sheltered part of Jervis Bay, called Darling ; loads, Thc captain is confident of being al le to get her round to Syduoy safely, it bc ng only a question of time. The shipwrigh s arc busy securing thc main compartments 1 y shoring them up from the after side. ' On the night of thc 15th (says the Herald's special corresponden ), thc A.S.N. Co.'s «teamer Collaroy, und ir Captain M'Loan, left the city for thc pur] ose of bringing up pas- sengers by the Pacific Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer Chimuorazc 3850 tons. S...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
NEW SOUTH WALES. I SYDNEY, March 20. The A.S.N.Co.'s st amer Leichhardt, bound for Brisbane, whilst off Broken Bay yester- night, collided witt thc collier schooner Taufauhau, bound fro n Newcastle southward. Thc Leichhardts boai j, siclc-light, and rigging were torn away ; thc schooner sustained a loss of bowsprit, and her icad gear was driven in. Both vessels put in t Sydney after tho acci- dent. The Lcichhai lt resumes her trip this afternoon. The full Court gra lcd Mis. Sims leave to appeal to thc I'rn Council against the late decision in a div iree suit brought against ber by her husband, Japtain Sims. The New Guinea c Spedition, after detention at the Heads by t c authorities owing to complaints of posi angers relative to the quality of thc prov sions, sailed this after- noon, thc owners lr ving complied with the requirements of tho lovcrnnient. A deputation ta day waited upon the Minister for Work :, and urged that the northern railway 1 ne Jbc continued from Tamworth to thc ...
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. [?], March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FJtOM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QÜEE1 BLAND. 1 UNDABF.itii, March 26. Tm: Government st amer Kate, with his Excellency on board, eft Bundaberg at 4 p.m. to-day for Gladstone. BRISBANE, March 26. Torres Strait mail idviees state that the two little wars lately rag; ig on the Indian frontier have ended. It is understood that. Captain Moore, formerly of the Ko 'al Atillcry, has been appointed, to-day, A jutant of the Queensland Volunteer force, or Colonel Scratcliley's re- commendation, at a salary of £300 »-year. He arrives here at th end of the week. Tile overland linc is reported to he again down, supposed to 1 o in consequence of the wires having been c med away through tho heavy rains which a: e said to have extended all over the continent
COUNT ANDRASSY ON THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
i COUNT ANDItmsr ON THE SITUATION. THE Times Vienna coilrjspondeiït, witing ou ! 27th January, suya :- ll A pamphlet just puhlEhcd at Munich under i the title of "Count i\i.dnissy hefove the I Delegations," among i thor things gives an i interesting and, I am assured, an authentic account of a conversa' iou Signor Oispi, thc ' President of thc Italian Legislative Assembly, had with Prince Bism rck this summer at (Jastoin. Adverting ti the fate of Austria, (icrmauy's principal ci iceni in thc Oriental Question, thu Prince is .presented as having expressed himself in th s ¡wise : "Tilings arc no long ras they were in 1SGG. In those days Prussi: for sclf-nrcscrvatiou sake, was compelled tc league against Austria with foreigners. Hot Napoleon lil. been accessible to her oll'ei Austria would have done as much to have 1 ic: question of German supremacy decided i -her favour. Count Beust, the Saxon Pr inter, did not hesitate to apply to the French Sovereign for help, and would Iinve gone a...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
KocKiiAMPyoN poLKfJ conrrrr Tueaftii/t March 2o, BEFDHE tlie Police Magistrate aud Mr. W. Broome, J.]*. Dit u s K ENNEKS. - Elizabeth Noy, charged with tliis olfcncc, was fined 20s., with the alternative of 48 lu nra in tho lock-up. ASSAULT.-Willi ni Davis r. Joscjih Kelly, thc elder, and sa nc v. Joseph Kelly, the younger. Mr. M okay, from tho olliee of Messrs. Jones and Drown, appeared for thc complainant, and Ir. M ilford for thc defen- dants. These two cases of assault arose out of a quarrel whicl; occiuTcd at -Dingo on St. Patrick's Day. Tl ! contplainant and Kelly, the elder, had a q larrcl in which blows were struck, and thc j¡ irtics fell to thc ground. Kelly thc younge pulled his father away from complainant, struck thc latter in the face, and then thrc1 r or forced him over a Mire fence. It was alic ;cd that complainant hail kicked Kelly, thc j lunger, several times, and had also struck his athcr. Several witnesses were called, who tated thc above facts iu evidence, and th...