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CABLEGRAMS [?] [?].) MENACING NEWS. RUSSIA REFUSES TO SUBMIT PEACE CONDITIONS TO CONGRESS. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
CABLEGRAMS! llWtTTJUvà »ESSA GUS.) MENACING NEWS. RUSSIA REFUSER CONDITION^ TO SUBMIT PEACE TO CONGRESS. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. LODDON, March 23. IT is semi-officially bated at St. Petersburg that Great Britain pe listing is her demanda relative to thc subn ission of the Peace conA ditinus, the chances of a European Congojar meeting are greatly d ninished. a^fl LONDON, March 24. The British Govi rnment has proposed that diplomatic co imunications between thc Treaty Power i shall be treated ns equivalent to j a representation at Congress. llusuia refuses, believing that by diplomatic communiqations sbe has already fulfilled her international obligations towards (ircat Britain. 1 Thc relations bct\fccu Great Britain and llussia arc in a criticjd condition. It is re- ported that Kassia dsinands that the British .Squadron shall leave tl I ic Dardanelles and Sea of Marmora. j The Russian Pren is greatly irritated, against Great Britain.! * '
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
I ROCKHAMPTON. WJilMvUSDAY, MAROU 27, 1S78. THU European new« we publish to-day is undoubtedly warlike. If semi-official statements and /current reports be correct, thc nego ialions preliminary lo tile Congress are llire.itencd with abrupt suspension. If Gr« it Britain and Austria resolutely insist u ion the «hole peace negotiations being submitted to the Con ' gress, and Russia lefmitely insists upon j excluding vital qin slions relating lo the i intended annexation of Roumanian ! Bessarabia and Ti rkish Armenia, there > can be no Confère; ice. The case is no I longer one for di: ilomacy but for war. j Thc very fact th; t two Great Powers I require the submission of the Russo I Turkish peace trea y to ihe Conference, j implies that " essei tial modifications " in i such treaty are rei uircd ; and the re ! fusal of Russia equ illy implies that these modifications she i ; determined not to permit. But the ii icre refusal of Russia will not solve Ihe ( iiestion. It may get rid of t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. DEATHS. WOODD.-On the 22nd instant, at the residence of Mrs. W. H. Ryder, Clifton Terrace, Brisbane, Ella Marian, wife of William Woodd, and eldest daughter, of the late Percival Douglas Mansfield, Rockhampton. Age 24 years. CROW.-On the 30th December, 1877, at Lincoln City, Nebraska/United States, Mr. R. Crow. Aged 63 years. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
CHmoniLL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, ' and Compounds strongly recommended hy the iacnlty for ^Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility* free from any uu pleasanttasteorscnallJ ELLIOTT TIIWH., & Cp., Wholosalo agents, Brisbane. ELLIOTTIBROS, & CO. WHOLESALE IRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggis»' Sundries, Surgical In* strnments, Trasses! Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufactures' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Sjperpkosphatc, Bouc Dust, I and Crushed Bones! 110 and 112, PÍT-RTIIEET, SVIINEV, and JBUSBANE. Chemical Works ^nd Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE fWlNE. Highly recommended by thc Faculty, and "cknowledged to lie thc purest and cheapest tonic yet introducid ; it is the best restorative for the young, weftk, andagod ; it strengthens the whole syatem.jiiud stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable ipr Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
M. STOREltBD BoOIJlLlinA ANUl U II li liNXnAL ll'EU & BUTCHER, WALLAROO, G. N. RAIL WAV ll KN RV BJ! IT & CO., STOCK, STAÏWK & GENERAL COM M/KSION AGENTS. LIBERAL ADVAfTCES made on STA- TIONS, STOg^iVOOL, ami otlicr PRO DU(JE cntraacWtó them for sale or shipment. All business collected with stations, &e., unilortakcn on tb} most liberal terms.-(¡2 Margaret-street, Sydney. EDUCATIONAL MISS DAVIS laving removed her Estab- lishment flom Warwick to Luceme, near Milton, Brislmuc, is now ready to receive Pupils, I TrciiMs N AlTLICA'I'ION". I'cbruai-y 22, 16*8. VALUABLE hlSCOVEHY TOR THE HAIR.-Iflyour hair is turning grey or white, or falling ora uae "Thc Mexican Hair Renewer," for it tnmlpositieeti/ redore in erpiy case Qrctf or IWtiff hair to its original colour, without leaving till disagreeable smell of most "Restorers." It snakes thc hair charmingly beautiful, os well ls promoting tho. growth of thc hair on bald loots, where the glands arc not decayed. ...
THE LATE [?] SYDNEY. (From the [?] March 18.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
THE LA ri: iîmrix SYDXEY. (From the llX'abl. .Varch }$.) NOTWITIISTANWNH tlc threatening aspect of tlic weather ycstcrilly, an immense minihcr of people of both sex s-the males, of course, Ijoing largely in tin majority-assemhleil in tho afternoon in II -dc Park, some for thc purpose of listeuiii ; to Pastor Allen, mid others-by far thc greater number-from feelings of curiosity ' ri sec what would bc the result-whether, in ( ict, thc mob would conic to blows or depart icaccably. lt was esti- mated by sonic who night to be good judges that from 10,000 tu 20,000 persons wore in anil about tho parli and probably the latter number would be vi y near thc mark. Thc .'larrikins'' «ere in great force, and there were also many ron Ji-lonking men about, who seemed ready for any business that might present itself - wiicthi i- it took the shape of a free fight or singh: c nibat. livery point of vantage was secured long before thc time ap- pointed for Pastor Mien's discourse to bc delivered ; me...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. I ASSAM, H.M.S.-WIth tho English niall« ... February IB, viii lirimiisl, is iluo off Uionelg, South Australia, un March 31). BUNYIP, s.s.-Was to leave tile wharf this ni,.... lng at two, taking the southern mails nuil passengers fer transhipment to the Egmont, H.S., in Jvepiitl Hay. BOOMARANG', s.s.-Was due at Sydney dum this port Lut night. nOWläN, H.M.S.-Arrived in Moreton «ny fr..m Sydney &lt;m Munday. Hilo leaves (lie laffer port tn. luorrow for Singapore and Hongkong vi:l thu usual pinta ol call. «TV OP SYDNEY, R.M.S.-Leaves Sydnov tn. morrow tor San Francisca via the usual pints nf call. EGMONT, u.a.-Left Hat-top Inland yesterday nt 12'L5 p.m., and fa due in ICepikd Ray tliii* morning. GOVERNOR ÎH.ACKAJ.1., e.a.-Leavcs lirisbane for UockliamptoD viA porto thia aftenioon. tonXliu afternoon. LADYIIOWKN, s.-Touk liar departure for Uris bane via ports yesterday morning at four. LADY VOIÎNG, s. -Loft Brisbane for Sydney 011 Monda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
MAILS via TORRES STRAITS, for tho Un ito* Kingdom, tl ie Continent of Klimpe, Imita, China, A\, will CLOSE at tins office ns under :- T For Money O nt era ntl p.m., for Registered Letters extent tile United Kufcdom nt S p.m. on THU Its. DAY, 28th instant, IFor Newspapers and Kook Packets, nt 0 n.m., anlforOrdinaiT Letters for the United Kingdom aol* wt 7 a,ui. KR ID AV, 29th mutant. 1 letters for or via th» United Kingdom, loaring a lute fee of sixpence, Ay be pouted on bonni the Hterunor Bunyip, nt theftV.B.N'. Company'» Wharf, up too a.m. Hame day. I Pout Office, Rockhaiupg March 10, 1878. IA NI EL PETERSON, Postmaster. JAIL IS THETROPER PLACE for counterfeiters, and particularly those who i the community by palming oft' deleterio KC111KDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. To render thc iniquity more plausible, thc rogues line empty 1 Mittles of tile genuine and imitate thc Libel«, Be on the alert and HO avoid being imposed upon. RAPID PROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION*, firca popularitv Intrinsicmerit...
THE WESTERN COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 27 March 1878
I ? THE WESTERN COUNTRY/** I \.I á-.&f A «ENTIXMAX who arrived in fowEby gmtoat day'e train has hoon Jood uuougli to furnish souio interesting iiiforniatiou with respect to thc western district, oj which lie is ono of the oldest residents. Bc left TaniLo so lato/ Friday last, ami thercnWc brings the most recent news. 1 STATE OF THE fcODNTHV. Our informant speaks in glowing terms of thc appearance of the wc tern plains. AU the stations, except titree, lia va had abundant rains, and rejoice in au plc supplies of glass ami water. 'J'lic cxc( itions aro Malvern, Lorne, ami Terrick, 1 hidi have only had "grass rains." Malven, however, hos had its washpool filled hy bi ck water from creeks filled by moro copious ri in« lower down. On all other runs in thc dist ¡et, so far its present information extends, the ¡reeks at'call running, and anxiety is at au end for the winter. At YVitlown the Barcoo waters rose toa height of thirty-two feet. STOCK MO 'EMCKTS. Our informant pnssi 1 no l...
COLONEL SCRATCH[?]EY'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
COLONEL SCRATCH BEYS ADDRESS. TUE following, extracted rom thc Courier, is an abstract of the addrc! : lately delivered in Brisbane to thc officers of the Volunteers : 1 wish to give you atv words of adviee, and to explain the ¡nine pies upon which, I think, we should work ti pether, as well as to point out in a general ray, the scheme of defence which I kltfe to oe carried through, ami in which T must ai : your co-operation. Thc Queensland Volun icr force, I believe, bas now been in existe ice for about seven years ; no doubt it has h iguished from want of proper recognition, bu I hope we have now established a new startin point, and that the Government and Legisla ure «ill provide the necessary funds to place verytbhn* on a satis- factory and permanent b sis. In V ictoria and^A. New 8011th Wales, wher the Volunteer 'e bas been much longer ii existence, there growing feeling that it cannot lie wolbed entirely on the voluut ly principle. That remains to bc proved. I is only a questi...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
VICTORIA. I MBI.BOIRNE, March 27. In tko Legislative Asi iinbly, Mr. Berry moved the adjournment i F thc House until to-day, stating as his rea on that lie had a positive assurance that tl i terms ol a com- promise which the Assei bly would accept had been agreed to c i behalf of the Council. As a step towar s that compromise he moved for a Commits : to bring up the Appropriation Bill and estore it to tho business paper. Tho m tion was carried, after which the House adjo tined. It has since transpired t! at a memorandum has been signed on behall of both Houses, which requires thc Asset bly to initiate a new Appropriation Bill w th a Payment of Members Bill, in considera ion of which the Council will pass the latti ' bill through all its stages to-day. Thc Lo( stative Assembly accepted this compromise ; ssteruight, and it is asserted that a suflii ent number of members of thc IjCgisU ive Council are pledged to carry out that liambov's share of thc transaction. Sir Brian O'Loghlen las...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Wednesday, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
y^OCKUAMPTON fOLICE COÜilT. I \ WcdnasdayAMorch 3,7. I HEFOVH tho Police Magistrate and Mr. \V. BrooiYe, .T.P. I RRRUCU OF THE BRAIUS ACT.-Kohert Bell r. ChaVlcB Oochel. Mi C. S. I). Melbourne appeared for the com) laiuant, sud Mr. H. Mitford) for the defenda t. The further hear- ing of this case was r sumed this morning. Por the defence Henrie ba Goebel deposed she was the daughter of ofendant, and resided with him ; she knew tl e steer or calf referred to in this case ; thc i lother of thc steer was the property of her fat! cr, and was now dead; she had thc supcrintc idence of her father's cattle, and first saw he brand [ISSjonthe steer on Februar}' ! ; she last saw the steer on thc Stb of that month, and then saw a brand under th 1SS; that brand did not interfere with or ii any way alter the 1 SS ¡ she was present when that mark or brand was put on under thc 18S the brand was not put on to interfere with i ie 1 SS ; it was placed two or three inches if lot more below thc 1SS; her...
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. CLERMONT, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
COI/OKIAL TELEGRAMS. ow CORRESPONDENTS.] QÜErKSLAND. 1 CLERMONT, Maren 26. THE Chamber of Commerce met to-day at Copperfield, and resllved to memorialise the Minister for Works «¡th regard to the railway to Peak Downs. Hil Chamber will also take active measures in rife.encc to the stoppage of the western mail nom Aramac to Cork. A meeting of tho! Clermont electors was held yesternight, til y being present. The Mayor presided. The barges made against M r. Stevenson were, tba he had neglected bis constituency, and hw done nothing, although public buildings iverc much wanted; iï the Court Houe* being disgraceful. ' It was said i tat their ^Kember, having wasted thc s( sion by usele^Htatrnc tion, recently passed ( ermont witho^Bfcing. It was unanimously FI wived that Mr^^^ugp son is not a fit and pr per person to ^B^Rtt Clermont, that his co duct since hisjBBCou has not been conduciv s to the interesBff the 11 electorate, and tliat he bo called ^rpon to resign. Not a single leraon spoke...
[?]POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
IMPOST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS viâ Torres Straits, per R.M.S. Bowen, close-for money orders nt four, registered letters at six, and ordinary letters for all places except the United Kingdom at eight this evening ; and for newspapers and book packets at six, and ordinary totters for thc United Kingdom only, to-morrow morning at seven. Late fee letters may bo posted on board the steamer Bunyip up to nine. Mails for ports north of Mackay, per K.M.S. Bowen, close-for registered leters this even- ing at six, and ordinary letters to-morrow (Friday) morning at eight.
[?] ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
rAI.II'01IM»X itoi'-j'l". . I AltnlVr.S at llocMiainploii about .. Apiil in. llnckliamplon about .. Aprd 17. | B¡*r Tho Melbourne-Suez mai] arrives at MIX- | rtOl'RMÎ about 10 Uavs earlier, ami departa about j 10 «av-, lal*!' than tim dato shown in the .Wove tallie. Til" CaIirorni.ni mail arrives at KYHNRY about S I days uarlier, and departs about lo days later. j
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 March 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday, stated the raiufall to he-At Brisbane, O'OT indi ; Maryborough. 0'09 ; St. Lawrence, 0-39; Mackay, 0-52. It was showery at Hun da- ners. Flat-top Island, and Blackwater ; and at Bowen appearances indicated rain. Tele- graphic communication with northern stations nos been restored.