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SUSPECTED MURDER IN [?]. FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

SUSPErT. \VUlU)Eit IN I'OJtEST: THE Ballarat Korrespondent of tho Age, writing Marchill, says:-Intelligence wan received here cally this morning, which seems to point to the c inclusion that a deliberately planned murder has been committed in thc bullarook forest near Bolwarra, and about fourteen miles fi un Ballarat. At the time of writing, it is d llicult, if not impossible, to arrive at the fae s of the case. It is known that foul play ha < resulted in thc death of one mau, and all sui .8 of rumours and suspicions are afloat in com ection with thc tragic event. Thc scene being far removed from telegraphic or coacli commi incition, it will bc late to- night before full larticnlars are to hand. Thc police aro out in the forest prosecuting imjuiries, but, so far, nothing official has been made known at thc superintendent's oilico here. As far as i i now known it seems that the murdered JIM II, John Little hy name, was a farmer, timber lcalcr, and, as is said, grog shanty-...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

CALENDAR-MAJICH. 31 Util Sun. in Lent * Tue tides reach their full at thc Pilot SLitlon, Keppel Bay, îh. 40m. earlier ; nnil nt llncklinmpton, som. later uian the hours shown in the above table.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COMET TOWNSHIP. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

THE Cull ET TOWNSHIP. j [FHOM OUI! QWK OOKUESrnKDEKT.] j WK arc all anxiom ly awaiting the opening of traffic into thc ti unship, and every week is making large : ddilions to thc business premises already e veted. Another week v ill complete thc temporary bridge over the ri cr for the Springsure traffic. About one-half t ic decking is laid, and thc approaches arc u ¡arly finished. A gang of men have been < iiploycd for some months in repairing bad port ons of the road, and logging gullies and email creeks, so that traffic with Springsure may he opened almost imme- diately. Some erroneous opinions seem to have been circulated as tt thc approaches lo this tirwhtii*.' One if your Clermont contem- poraries says it is inly to be reached by swim- ming. This seem a very absurd assertion, as lui other previousl ; opened station nu thc linc could he " ncgoti ited " in flood-time without swimming thc M ickeiizic, were it not for thc Bel vices of a boa , stationed there. On the pres...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. T0RRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-1S7S. T0BBJÎ8 6TIUUTS ROUTF.. ARRIVES nt Rockhampton .. .. April 20. LEAVES Rockhampton .. .. March 29. MlïUIOVKM:-fil'KZ noiTE. ARRIVES nt Rockhampton nlwut .. April 5. LE AMIS Rockhampton about .. April 0. cturouMAN noni:. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about.. April -20. LEAVES Rockhampton alnut .. April 1?. Ä2T Tho Mcllmumc.Snoz mail arrives at MEL. ÎÎOURNK «.bout lfl dava earlier, and depart« about 10 days later than thc dato Rhown in the nlmvo table. The Californian mail arrives ot SVDNEV about H days earlier, and departs about 10 dave later.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] Sr.PETERSBURG, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. ! {SPECIAL COMIESPOKDHXTS MESSAGES.] Sr.JrKTEHSBCiiC, March 25. TUE Emperor i» in slhicd to reduce tue terms on which he is disp ¡sed to accept peace, pro- vided Turkey will i ccept thc oller of an offen- sive and defensive J Uiauee with Russia. March 20. It is semi-official y stated herc that thc con- duct nf England in insisting on thc submission of the terms of pe «e, is an act of chicanery, and done with a vi w of revealing tho offensive intentions of the H '¡tish Government. Mardi 27. General Iguaticl ' is going to Vienna. LONDON, M arch 23. The Britißli tr¡ ming ship Eurydice cap- sized in the Cham cl, and four hundred (400) lives were lost. 1ÎEKI.IN, March 20. An essential m >dification of the Covcrn mcnt of Germany is imminent ; Count Otho de Stolhcrg, Cern) m ambassador at Vienna, partially replacing L'rincc Bismark. Coi STANTINOPUÎ, March 20. Thc ItusBian tro >ps arc embarking home- wards. March 27. Thc Grand Duk Nicholas and tho iSultau have exchanged c ...

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THE ATTITUDE OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

THE A "XrTUDE OF ENGLAND. THE foUowiugiis the closing portion of the Chancellor of tfte Exchequer's «pasch in mov- ing the resolution for a vote of credit, as printed vcrbatiln in Tlie Timm. Sir Stafford Northcote said A The question bf the attitude which England is to take in the Council of nations which must shortly be expecwd is a question which is not of the moment! (Hear, hear.) It is a question whotherlwe aie or are not to go into Uiat Conference aimed with the strength of a united nation, anti whether we are or arc not to speak with thc voice of England as that voice ought to be leard. (Loud cheers.) We hear a great doallthat it is very painful to hear with regard tithe position, and, as many would have you believe it, the humiliated or the degraded position of England. I believe myself that alf thisllanguage is as mischievous as it is false. (Chees.) England is nota weak country, I will challenge a comparison between the stron¡ th of England and thc strength of any ot 1er co...

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THE CITY OF ADRIANOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

THE arr OF . IDRIAXOPLE. Kusiïrc JïiiPMJs, thc listingiiiuhcd French iîoographer, thus tl scribes Adrianople. Having refen'ed to tho honotony of thc arid triangular plain which lies between thc Maritza and thc .Sea <f Marmora, ho con tiimcs :-"Thc city i f Ath'i;Hioi>Ic, the Edirnch of thc Turks, which ia situated almost ut thc northern extremity of this unlovely plain, producei thc effect of en- chantment by thc vcrd ire of its gardens, contrasting vividly wit i the vast treeless expanse that lies beyon \. No city is more cl i ann ¡ny or more divci äified by gardens and groves. With Hie exec] tion of the centre of tho town, in thc rpiartt rs around thc citadel, Adrianople yesomhk's e i agglomeration «f several distinct villages. The several groups of houses are separately from one another by orchards, gardens, ami alleys of cypresses and poplars, above whieh hive and there, towel's I thé minarets of î.">0 DU Ajiles. The waters of tlie aqueducts, the nm crous stream...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

SIIIPPIKG INTELLIGENCE. DKrARTUBB. j Minen M.-FANXV THORNTON, Rcliooner, SO ton«, H. M'Aulcy, master, for Marvliopmgli, in ballast. <i. II. Nluuv, agent.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for the United Kingdom, per R.M.S. Bowen, close this morning at seven, and for ports north of Mackay an hour later. Mails for ports north of St. Lawrence, per Leichhardt, s.s., close to-morrow (Saturday) evening-for registered letters at six, and or- dinary letters at eight.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

CBCRCHTLL'á Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of UobBity ; free from any un- pleasant taste or BULSII. ELUOTT linos., & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane. ELLIOTT BROS, & CO. WHOLESALESPBXGCISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Suudrios, Surgical In- struments, Trussed Etc ; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, GlasB Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones,] 110 and 112, Pupr-STHEKr, SVDNEV, and BRISBANE. Chemical WorkB Aid Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Bflmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommenced hy thc Faculty, aud .cknon ledged to bè the purest aud cheapest tonic yot introduced,; it is tho best restorative for the young, weak» and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, add stimulates tho appetite, .nd is invaluable for lndigestiou, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism,-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

MAILS viâ TORRES STRAITS, fur Um United Klncdom, tlio Continent nf Eurone, India, Cbiint, *:c., will ULOSK at this "(tire as Untier : - A For Money Orders V 4 p.m., for lj^n>ttercd LcUors at fl p.m., and for 0\hiary !<ettfln for nil places «iront tile United Rinkflom til fp.m. on Tfll'KS. »AV, 28tli butant. \>r Njnpnpeiiruiid K"nlt rackets, at 0 o.m., and far Ojfllnnry l.etfcerN for Hie United Kingdom only nlUrii.in. FKIDAY, 20th ÛHtant. tatters for or via thanmned Kingdom, liearlni: a late feo of sixpence^iay beLnnstcd nu Itnanl tim steamar Bunyip, at toe A.H.NÄloiiip.'Uiy'« Wharf, op to 9 am. same day. \ DAKIEL PETEI1SON, Postmaster. Post Office, ftockliampton, March 10,1678. SWINDLERS ARK PUTTING UP Imitations of CDDI.PBO WOLFE'S SCHIK PAM AROMATIC RCHNAPPS fu buttles which formerly contained tliat standard medicinal Ueveraee, and in many Instaures lalieljnfr their vilo componíais with Ule name nf the genuine article. Thia mlfitl Imposture, ia partlciluirly detcs...

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CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE. (The Times, January 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE. (The Tines, January 25.) THE Cleopatra, wita the Alexandrian obelisk on board, was safely! moored ou Monday after- noon in thc East lidia Docks. Every pre- paration wa« made Air her reception by Mr.. Aslctt, superiiitcndcjit of the East India Docks ; Sir William Baynes, chairman of the Hast and West Inuia Dock Company; Captains Marrahle andu, líales Dutton, dock masters ; and Colonel llu Flat Taylor, secre- tary of thc dock company. It was resolved to give her the "railway likrlh," the best in the whole dock, just opposite thc superintendent's ollicc. There was a great crowd at Blackwall, and much enthusiasm ¡was evinced as thc afternoon tide approached high-water point, thc time for which, according to the notifica tien at the dock gates, was '1*2.1. Captain Saxby had foretold that il was to have been a very high tide, but it was much checked hy a south-westerly wind. Il was said that thc Anglia, with the picopatra in tow, had left gravesend at \ half-past twelv...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 2!), 1878. OUGHT a member, to resign if called j upon to do so hy a! meeting comprising about one-twelfth bf Iiis constituents ? j 'I'liis is a question which now forces itself upon tlie attention of Mr. Steven- son, the memher fir Clermont in thc I Legislative Assembl '. It is a question | also which ought i ot to bc answered hurried])' in thc affirmative, at any rate, j and we presume Mr. Stevenson, whatever may be the nature o" his feelings on the | subject, will not pumit himself lo be driven hastily lo adel ision. A public man who undertakes thc representation of a constituency in Parlia lient incurs a heavy responsibility, and lie would be un- faithful to his trust if, while conscious of having done his best br his constituents j and the colony, he «ere to throw off such responsibility at the dictation of a mere fraction of his cc nstituents,-in fact by a small minority < ven of those who opposed his election. In the case of Mt Stevenson n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

Shipping AjinouncementB. COW sun) To SYDNEY DIRE X-James Paterson, Wednesday. To MELBOURN! -James Paterson vii! take passengers and argo to be transhipped stSydney. Jg BRISBANE DIB CT.-Tinonee, early. ? BRISBANE, vi GLADSTONE and ^MARYBOROUGH. - Governor Blackall, fyesday. To MACKAY.-Yara la, early next week. To BROADSOUND. - Yaralla, carly next week. To COOKTOWN* N IRTHERN PORTS. Passengers and carg will 1« forwarded by steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Kep el Bay. WOOl & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Marc 129, 1878. E AUSTRALASIAN TEAM NAVIGATION PANY'S STEAM FOR SYDNEYfm BRISBANE. _ fTIHE MELBOURNE f l j STEAMSHIP COM ?CPANfr'S splendid NEW ^STEIMER THE ClARENCE, WiU leave ROCK IL MPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BB SBANE, on or about TUESDAY, the 9( April. Freight and passe igers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastl . JOHN 3 EADRICK & CO., FOR LON»ON DIRECT. THE AAI ClfpPER BARQUE [ HERO, 807 TONS RECISTEK, AUTAIN N. M'EACKABN. |E above vessel is now ...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

KHll'l'INO MOVEMENT«. ASSAM, R.M.H.-Witli «io Knslish malla In February IS, vii Brindisi, is duo od <;iouclf:, Soulli Australia, to-niorrow. nuSiilP, s.B.-Leaves tho wharf UIIN 1110111 iiur at lillie, biking the English ami northern mails anil paasongors tor transhlpinmit ta thc H.M.S. Rowen in Keppel flay. BOOMERANG, H.S.-Arriver! at Sydney from thia port on Wednesday. .BOWEN, R.M.H.-Loft Moreton Kay yesterday for Singapore and Hongkong via the usual ports ol call, and ia due In Keppel Ray till« afternoon. CITY OP SYDNEY, H.M.8.- Probably left Sydney yesterday for ban Francisco Wa tlic usual ports of call. EGMONT, a.«.-Prom northern porta was «lue at Brisbane last night. GOVERNOR BLACKALL, B.s.-PV)m Brisbane lo Rockhampton vii ports parsed Inskip Point finvard yesterday morning, and probably arrival at Mai-y borough later lu tile day. JAMES PATERSON. «.«.-Loft Sydlipv nu Wed nesday afternoon on lier return trip to Rnckhaiup tun, and ia duo on Monday. KATE, a.-Tile Govern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 March 1878

THE GEOIlfll^S TO-NIGHT! Reduced Admission, Ss., 2s., Is. PRIVATE BOARl>/& RESIDENCE for a fow single gcltlemcn, oppoaite tlic Protestant Hall, Alma-strect. - MRS. TEMPLE. I WE have this day SOLD to Messrs CHERRY & GIBSON our Branch Business at **** G.N.B. and solicit for them a continuance of the support so liberally accorded to us.   I CHERRY & LOWRY. March 14, 1878.   NOTICE CHERRY & GIBSON, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, COMET,   BEG to inform their friends and thc public   that they have purchased from   CHERRY & LOWRY thc business lately   carried on by them at the     RAILWAY TERMINUS, BLACKWATER,     Which they intend to carry on in all its branches, and they trust that .... strict atten- tion and moderate rates to merit a continuation of thc patronage accorded to the late pro- prietors. CARRIERS' WAYBILLS CASHED ...

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THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. MEMORANDA FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

y/i/y.'Ai!»i:x AK]) THE FIELD. MKMOltAKDA FOI! Al'IilL. !nonlh horti "Cascd many rendy riots, btuce, ce, or tiling culti upon UJlOIl joiity li tlic l HO». , will i and yB lie sown ! now Ml, as i, and resist litflll crop, ivory i full ie soil 'One is an 1 one day's ; will pens, nsion Ide to la for been tablc >, and in a jurcd 1 dis , and ad for great asscd Hers, nuals will \ncxt Vow! lithe oller i ay 11 ile h its t cy st nd j nd in is, 1 :d , l ld w th i id ca1 di gi ¡li Oa s, »ct ;r ¡rai i. snvai UCKT lddcl thoul laecoj carlyl xadyj BC to ensure good returns by well opening the soil and clearing it of grubs and noxious vermin. A thorough fallow is very serviceable for both these purposes.

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RIFLE SHOOTING, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

KIFJJä SHOOTING^ &C. Thc ultimate destination uf th ak wonderful trophy, thc <"o\ierfieM Cup, is/is much a matter of douhtVus ever it wa/ The si xiii competition fur tluVn iw: tonk i/iicc Inst week, tl ic conditions hciiiVtlic sande an on former ocean io IIH. The highcfltiscoyír un this occasion was Mr. Williams, whi Amado n total of 4."> ; Mr. Hooker heirn: BCOTM with 43. The shooting Mras indifferent oeept at thc 400 yards range, where William! made i 7 out of a possible ¿0. / \

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[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

riíAíSTIUA/ISM. Thc walking mitch ap Townsville between Baker and Ganoodlrcsintod in an easy victory fur tlic former. BaYor hos aincc been hacked to walk a man nanuM Foley for £50 a-side. Tlic distance is i/X>c two miles, and thc victorious Maker jnvelhis opponent a start of DOO yards. TliyrdatcYif thc match has not yet hecn scllleiiT \ In a reoeiitjSi.v-ilaj's* Yalkmg match at thc Agricultural)' Hall, l>i\don, O'lycary, thc champion yralkcr of thc fuiilcd States, who is a native A Cork, won th\ first prize, having walkcd/Vi'0 miles in lh\ stipulated time. O'ljeapy performed thc sam\cxtraordinay feat last /ear in a mutch against V'cston. f \ DniinruoT.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. . ' ? THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday, ,jstated the rainfall to IK-At Rockhampton, ' «-34 inches ; Gladstone, 0-0» ; Nebo, 0-3!) ; "-"flïackajv 2-2G ; Bowen, 0'42 ; Townsville, ' J-0'05 ; Cardwell, 1 '75. It was still raining at .".ferdwell, and showery at Mackay and the ¡Burdekin.

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