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[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] WASHINGTON, U.S., March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

UOirTElVsllrESSAGiiS.l WASHINGTON, U.S., March 28. The. proposed Ta/iff Bili abolishes the classification of woolsland makes the duty on all classes thirty-fivJ cents, in lieu of the proseut average of fifcy per cent ad valorem. Thc protectionist meakers in the House of Representatives opposl the hill.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIS [?] THE [?] VISIT TO [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

IIIS WKI.LlC.Si'Y THU COVhlXOll'fi VISIT TO li'lCKlIAMl'l'OX. Ir ia nearly four veil's ago fiinec lïoékhauipUm waslionoured by a, visit from thc/representa t i vu Vf Jler Majesty in this col</iy. Fnrtu natelV, vc have not, like the/Victorians, «a ! í ¿fivcwmi* against whom uren jfiio suspicion of 1 partirait;/ to either of tliii /olitieal parties could lu hinted. (.'oiiRCipieiftly, we welcome , his KxtYlIemy as .1 fnithfu/representative of 1 tliüt inViarehieal prhniph/iu our system of govcrnmVnt, under whioht/;hrough thc vicissi- tudes of rVir history. Hie fflptisli Kmpire still inaintaiusllhc position afsunicd by líugland under Kliaibcth, *»T being secure within lier bürden» froYi invasion, ayd of being respected among thc nations by tfio.se who admire our characteristic love «if law-and order. It was doubtless i Aider llic imimation of such a feeling ns th\ that so f nany of the people nf Ibickhauipteitaiid bubif'Tis came out yesterday to vélenme ySir ArHiur Kennedy, Th...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. j FRIDAY, MAJÎCII 20, 1878. THE crisis in Victoria lias/ ended unex- pectedly, and wc may almost say ignominiously. The tender is that with suflh a solution avail/ble four months ago the\ deadlock should ever have arisen. Vhe compromise is ridiculously simple, ft is virtually/the same as Thc Argus, .SjVijfv Mornmg Herald, and other IcaduV; journal* urged the Legis- lative Cnumnl to acoept three montlis ago, when Mr. Berny at the eleventh hour introdudM the temporary Payment of Mcmbers'\\3ill ap a concession to the Council.V And a substantial concession it was, notwithstanding the bluster with nhiah ll was accompanied. But then the UpjW House refused even to consider the rall, because they de- clared that an attjwipt to coerce them was involved in nil mode of its intro- duction. They acrVmded that the way should be made/clew by.the Govern- ment withdrawing the item for payment of members fro«i the Estimates. This possibly they liad lh\ right to do, although they /were no...

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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

CABLEGRAMS. {SPECIAL CORnESPONDEXrs MESSAGES.) j LONDON, March 27. RUSSIA filially ref usc! thc British demand that thc whole peace conditions shall lie submitted, and thc Congress is virtually abandoned. Thc situation is critical, but in official circles it is bolievcd1 ar will be avoided. A railway accidei t occurred to-day near Ncwcastlo-uiider-Lyi e, a porcelain-manu- facturing town ia Staffordshire. Thirty persons were lulled. LONDON, March 28. A deadlock has occ iri'cd in the négociations for the European Con p-ess. IUCIMIÍEST, March 28. Doth Houses of thc Rouinaniau Legislature have unanimously r< coted thc Russian pro- posal to exchange Bessarabia for' the Duhrudscha. ST. PE ínsiirnuii, March 27. lt is semi-nflicinlly ated here that General Ignaticff goes to V: ima on a diplomatic mission, and that Aui ria informs thc British Government that it ca not reckon on Austrian support.

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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

T\IE WEEK. Tin: Governor is at length in our midst, ami has reccivfcd thc initial welcome, /flic cere- mony wosuio doubt a little fatigu/ig yester- day, but Ins Excellency must hare thought thc river bask, with its assembled thousands of human beings, a very pleosaujrsiglit. The < iovernor will not fail to appreciate the cir- cumstance tint there was not/iing here to call for any Sisplay of intcrcstpd enthusiasm such as lie yins lately waucssed else- where. Thc Maryborough p/ople have just successfully emerged fran/ a protracted struggle for thar full sim/: of the public money. They IiaVc got a riilway authorised by a majority V the législature which scarcely any of ont public lieu believe in, and which certainly not half-a/dozen members of the legislative AssVnihly expect will become remunerative duriuy the/ next epiarter of a century. So the MaryBmough people may well be jubilant ovVr tficir success. Hore, on tho other hand, WK liive a railway destined to form one of tw...

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[?] and [?] MARKSON'S [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

laïcs and ¿nMcto. MARKSOJVS IIOU.SK.. I {Condttdrd.) j Now, I am limiest man amt a <'hurch-mcmhcr -ami I was ono thou, ami liol io voil in trntli and straightforwardness just as much as I do now-but, somehow, when such a person speaks to me, I feel as if 1 were all of a sudden u a velvet-pawed cat myself. No ! unswered, ? . with the straightest of faces : ; "Only to seo to one of-thc fctills of tlic house, ma'am, ami he made mn solemnly, swear to do it right away. He was an ex- traordinary man, ma'am, to think of the good of his family up to thc last moment." "Ah, yes, dear mau!" said she, with a sigh which her face plainly showed came from nowhere deeper than her lips. " I hope it won't take long, though," she continued, "for 1 can't endure noise in the house." ' "Not mole than an hour," I replied. "Oh, I'm glad to hear it!" said she. ! "Perhaps, then, you might do it while wc . arc at thc funeral, day after to-morrow ? We will be gone al least two hours." ¡ " Kasily, ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

" For till» relief, SANDY HUG Lilli,.1, ir, a e, keepers. I.iheral alli I'UVHI! AND Afil fails. Snlii liv lill fte STOMACH AN» Mj Tonie Autiliilinus nell iliauks. *'-H .t si i.i:r. IT.-CRIPPS'S Eye in eure. Snl-.l liy all store I.-Cripps' Fever Cine never eejiers. Littéral nllnsvanre. Kl! COMPLAINTS.-Cripps SuM Ly all slnri<kee|iers. HPIIE C A PÀ I C O R N1A N of AIIRIV.tr. Ol'" ïf K «OVEIÍNOI!. THltEA'J'XINO SEWS Itv CAliM THU WESÏTIffc COITXTIIV - A i'nisnii "Slliasll'-lfiees nf Nt.irk -lll'liraliiln» of IVnfiress -Xiiut nf 1'nliee JViitartiun -Tile llua-1 tu IVirf. I'HOEESSION.jfl. HWISDLINI.'. LOW-COST It/jflLWAYS. THU SYDNElj SUNDAY I1IOT. THE CHlMlll|l!A7.A ACCIDENT. 1,EAI)IX<¡ A&TICLES ICIKI nf tile Vietnrian Crisis-MifLsutveusnli ami lu's Cnnslitueirls Pulilic Spelk-iiii;-liitelvnlmlial Free Trade. A LOOK AT SANTOS". TALES .V SiaiTCHES-Jlarks'in's n"IIS(! (,."". eluded)-Aluut Dully-A Hum Sweat. THE FI.OOI>S|AT MEL1101TIIXE. N011TIIE1ÏX »All. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

CENTRAL. QUEENSLAND «RAZIEOS' AND FABMKBS' SOCIETY. FIFTH ANNUAL SHOW, To 1M held at the SOCIETY'S I HOW GROUNDS, G iccmorc, ON TUE QU EN'S BIRTHDAY', Fridi ', 24tb May. I' lîsnïENT : T. F. MACDl WALD, Ese-., M.L.A. SANDElfiOX HON. TBEARWIK Mn. P. EG Ali COMMITTEE : MB, E. Cums* Mn. V. GAI.VI.V C. DALLON* JOHN CONAUIIAS M. KKLLY P. RKII.I.V M. REILLY* J. Cium.Ks* E. J. MACDOI »LO* T. T. CUMMINS J. E. WATSOI * > J. Boin: P. MAJIOTNU Ife Hmm MAWMSAMI T.'DEMPSEY* W M. Mmu'flV J. O'SHANESI * ïfc W. FlT7.HKliAl.il C. LUTTON W. F. MACDKIIIIOTT K. AKDEBSOI J. MOIUN* V. JONES D. MAIOTN* V. EOAN* J. HO«AN \V. BRADY S. STIIVJÏIKU. * The ostcrikf. mea« Exhibition Committee. HON. KKUIIKVAIIY . MR. J. O'SHANESY. THE foUowiig arc thc names of thc gentle- men to wnom a request has been sent to act as Judges ¡and Stewards on the Show Day t Judges for Horses of all kinds, ami for j Teams Mr. D. Martin ! Mr. J. O. Portas Mr. Edward Wilson Mr. Fred. Gregory Mr, Robert Duncan. Judges for Horned Stoc...

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A RUM SWEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

A RUM SWEAT. Mn. DODUE was suffering from asevere cold, taken while in the discharge of a pleasant duty, viz.-taking his,.wife's mother to the iioor-house. The various remedies for colds lad been faithfully administered to the sufferer, yet lie experienced no relief. Ile had been catuiped, mustard-plastered, paregoriced, pork-drafted, cider and peppered, goose-pep- pered, goose-oiled, and compositioned, till Ins amitomy was as tender as a boy's first boil. His bugle peal had been heard far and near. He had blown a dozen cambric handkerchiefs to shreds, sneezed until he broke his false teeth, bit his tongue, and made as ranch fuss when bc coughed as a dog choked with grass. And now his wife resolved to give him a ruin sweat. Ku she went up into the attic and _ brought down a great lumbering chair with a big hole in the bottom. Getting it into position, she took a plate and set it under thc chair. .She then brought in a comfortable, and lcd in the victim, who seated himself in the cha...

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ABOUT DOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 March 1878

A BOUT BOLLY. DOLLY was a goose. Not a real liinl, wliitc anil pompous, witli rei! bill anil sclf-suflicicnt eyes, but tliat kindly, silly, pleasant little creature that men call *' a goose," in tones that soften as they utter Hie epithet. She was very pretty : her great innocent light brown eyes had thc wistful look of a spaniel's' when any thing troubled her, but never any thing of tlmt doggish and dumb sadness which makes a spaniel's eyes painful, for Dolly could speak. Her Dully, wavy brown hair was always out of order, because no comb or pins could bold its bright wil fuhicsB down in a proper shape. Hither it floated " on her shoulders in a half-curled, wandering mass that caught thc sunshine in every wave and then lost it in Heh darkness, only to risc on thc next bright crest and glitter again ; or, if she tried to knot it, it rose up in rebellion and made a halo about lier graceful little head, curled about thc shell pink oars as ii it loved them, wandered in stray tendrils o...

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

POST OFFICE M AIL NOTICE. MAILS for Gladstone, Bundaliorg, ami Mary .1¿pix>iigu per Governor lUackall s.s., close tliis Íevening-for registered letters at six, and ordinary letters at ci^lit. Mails for Nelio and Mackay ncr Yaralla s.s., will probably close to-day.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

r METEOROLOGICA!, OBSERVATIONS. TlïE reports for the forty-eight hom's ending at nine yesterday stated the rainfall lo bc - At MarÎîmrough, 0'07 inch ; St. Lau'i-unce, ffl-40; Nebo, O'î.'l; Mackay, 2'ôl ; Towns- ville, 0'05 ; Maryborough, 0'2!l; Bloomsbury, 0'09; Cashmere, 0'07; lícorgetowii, 1102 Heavy rain fell at Ravenswood and animar' anees indicated rain at Crshmcrc, Thorn- borough, and Charters Towers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

" For tliis relief, linell thanks."-H.on.r.r. QANDY BLuirr. kcPMrs- ljl>ernl FOTKR ANO AUtíf,. fiUs..Jfcidl)jaU«t STOMACH AND Ionic AnUliilious Pills -CRJPPS'.S Eye ii core. SoM liy all store, ice. -Cripps' Fever Cure nevell .epers. littoral allowance. BR OOMPLAINTS.-Cripiis tiolil hy all stomkeenert.

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[?] DOUGLAS VERSES BUZACOTT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

DOUGLAS VERSES BUZACOTT. TO TUB KMTOn Of TIIK All"l"8. Sm,-Ou my arrival liefe my attention was directed to an article ill the Cnprirornin« of tho 23rd instant-a naper printed, and I be- lieve edited hy Mi-. Cul. Buzacott. Tho article contains thc foltov nz sentence :-" it happens that the Premier nil tho member for Clermont arc not only poli ¡cally opposed, but also personally hostile. It is not our business to decide who is to blain for this unhappy condition of snail's ; hut w tat sort of a public man is this, who from thc i levated position to which he luis recklessly climbed, writes private and scandalous lt ¡tera to the con- stituents of a political oppe tent ?" I should ho very sorry to vie with Mr. Buzacott in "scandalous" I reductions, They are not in my line ; but I di n't care to pass un- noticed a statement sucl as this. I have «ever had any personal hostility to Mr. Stevenson, nor he to mc, o far as I know. We have always exchange the courtesies of civilised society, an...

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CALENDAR—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

I CALEN»*)!-Ami.' j Mi'M^iiANHA .MUONVAÍ.I:' '.Wm. lntev thu« Iii« lio i thc uSmva lilllie.

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

I EUROPEAN MAILS-im. TOit!u:s sm\iis nom:, j AtîlilVIÎS al llucklmiipliiii .. .. April °ft. IJÎAVUS lll.ckllillliptilll .. M:U'cJl ï!l.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

vrcirortrA. ] MKLHOVKNK, March 30. It ie rumoured thai there is a split in the . Cabinet, Messrs. Lal ir ami Patterson being dissatisfied with tho t nins of the compromise accepted. AH hones of the i ceo very of Mr. Justice Fellowes from an att ick of illness have been abandoned. lt is expected tin t thc police magistrates and sonic other discb irged officials will be re- instated next week. A preliminary Heeling held yesterday approved of a propo al to establish an Austra- lian I! old and lista e Hank, with thc vic«'of offering special facilities for the development of thc nulling, gluting, and agricultural interests. Thc capital is to bc half a million sterling. I

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

I sarppiya TKTELUOEXCE. j I JUIRIVALK. I MARCH 29.-(ln Koppel Bay) H.M.S. IIOWHN', SSI ton», Captain .1. Mllltir, fruin Sydney vi» ilrMia.no. ramt'ligain-l'orltock!iM*|itrai-J'liifi! Huronean» ¡II the steerage. Kor TowiilviUo-Mn*. Thomas. Mr. A. Johnston, awl tlireo liuriliean» in tuo steerage. Fur 31iunday Island -Captain Honre, Messrs. Penne feather, w. Summers, IJvMîiiroponn.s iu tim steerage, »nd tlllrty-iiT Snath f « islanders un dock. For Singapore-Mrs. Semis IL Br. linrcari. Captain JUesuider Wj-ud, Menât . IVAUwrti«, W. Moon-, Urti, lind ono European in tb Htoerage. I'or Hongkong - Messrs. Hitting, Ilitug te, and 108 Chinese on dock. For Venice-Mr. H. «. I liter. For Maraeillo* -Mw. : Narau anil fiunily, Jin* s..I. Mayne, Josepli Darrah, nnil Alfred Mielièl. F r Southampton-Mrs. Made, Me*OT. C. «J. Klllsun, I, on, and W. C. Smith. John 1 Headiick and Co., afton i. j Mardi 30.-TINONE :, s.s., 205 tons, Captain C. Williams, from llroadsn ml. raswngvr*-Tiru in tho steerage. Woo...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

I SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. ASSAM, li.M.S.-Wlth tile English maits tu February' 16, via Brindisi, was due nit Glenelg, South Australia, on Saturday. ADELAIDE, barque.-In tow ur the stoain-tng Mary, arrived at the Custom-house wharf yesterday morning. BOWEN, n.M.fi.-Bound north, passed Bowen on Saturday night BUN VI P. s.s.~Lcit Oie wharf yesterday morning at eleven, taking the northern mails and passengers for transhipment to thc s.s. l,ciclibanlt in Keppel Bay. FANNY THORNTON, schooner.-Bound for Mary liorongh returned to Keppel Rav on Saturdav morn- ing, and took ber departure again later lu the day. GOVERNOR BLACKALL, s.s.-Takcs her donar ture for Brisbane vià ports to-morrow. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.-Lott Nvdnoy on Wed nesday afternoon on her return trip* to Itotkliiiuip on, and is due by this morning's tide. LEICHHARDT, s.s.-Loft Brisbane for northern ports on Saturday morning, and waa due in Keppel Bay last night. LADY BOWEN, ?.-Arrived at Brisbane on Friday, and leaves on her return tr...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

IA Boorin] charco is made for consignees' nnnotinec menta in tai» column.] Myrcli 30.-Tinonee, s.s., from Ilrnadsouiid : Túllales - wool, and transhipments for Sydney. March 3I.-Oovernor Iflaokall, from IJrisliano TÍA ports: 276 packages M ines, »in'rfts, and beers, 130 packages grocerie» 22 hags colic, lo Kack* oat«, io packages paints and oil, V package» glassware, l Iwlo» paper and stationery, 15 packages ilnigs, lr. packages Iron and liant ware, ll cases kerosene, 6 bags «alt. as ehest« IO half -clients toa, e boles tobacco, ¡1 coll« rope 8 packages saddlers-, 2 cases icc, !> trunks boots, if» sumMaf"' 8 Í^U"', * '>*'!'f d"ff" 30 lMC,,i"iges Ex Governor Blackall, s.s.: 1 hale, s sacks mnino ! inca], 2 sucks 1 case sundries, 1 case clioeso. Chem and Ijowry. . ' ' KxOovemor Blackall, H.S.: lease Icc, 2 cases fruit. ' 1 case plants, J. Hart. ' i lix Governor Blackall, s.s.: 2 case» nickle», Acheson i end Allen. !

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