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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

NEW SOUTH WALKS. j SviiKEV, March 30. It is stated that M ssrs. Green, Andereon, and others have nu chased the steamships Cuzco, Lusitania, and Chimborazo for £200,000, with thc bject of running them between Sydney and jondou. 'J'hc Agent-General orthis colony in London has been instructed b r telegram to attend on behalf of the colony at the opening of the Paris Exposition, as Mr. Coombes, thc Com- missioner, will not ai 'ive in time. Mr. Severn, in a le ter to tho S. M. Herald, says that deaf pcrsoi 3 may be made to hear by au ordinarily stroi g telephone. A new rush has aiken place to Lambing Flat. J

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

-r-- - COLONIAL WULJXMAMS. [FROM OUR OWN QUHENl OIÎRESl'OXniiNTrt.] LAND. iiisBANK, March 30. TO-DAY s (tazrlle iiotifii s tuc appointment of William Ingham ns age it for the Government of Queensland at Port Î orcshy. Committees have 1) en gazetted for thc State schools at Port C rtis Road and Nebo. During thc pcrformai ic of thc Rockhamp- ton Blondín at Ipswicl yesterday, thc rope broke, on which he < roppcil thc balancing pole, twisted his leg ¡ round the rope, also seized thc ropo with hi arm, and swung safely in mid-air. The prese: cc of mind exhibited by the performer cause 1 prolonged cheering,

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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THE LEAVEE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

Tl III LKVEK. At noon, Mk S.'Ltn ilny, His Excellency thc Covcinor, acooiiipaiii «1 hy Captain O'Callagliaii and thc Hon. .lohn 1 oughts, proceeded ttl thc Court-house, where hi» Excellency held an undress levee, at w! ich thc following gentle- men were presented - Alexander, A. E.; Atholton, T.; Atherton, J.: Archer, T. Mallard, lt.; Bark T, H.; Brown, Joseph.; Broome, AA*,; liuzaco t, C. H.; Iluschcll, W. H.; Bowen, K. S. L.; Bourcieault, A. L.; Baker, E. H.; Boyce Captain. Croft, E. H. H.; Collopy, Nub-Inspector ; Clements, Lieutenant .; Costello, Alex.; Cleary, .1. S.; Curtis, ti. S. Connolly, \V. ,1.; Cal- laghan, Dr. W.;/Cp g, A.; Clipps, C. E. Davis, AA*. /QA' Feez, CaptiuJrfA.j Pace, ,1. \V.; Ecrguson, J.; Forrest*".; l'an: cc, T. T. HilLrf*T¡.; Hcniy Hov. .1. AV.; Hay, Kev. -.B.uiiTrrtley, Kev. I ; Haynes, M.; Hunter, HPT,. M.; Hcadrick, I.; Harden, Carl. . .Icniiiiigs, C.; Join j, Henry ; Jackson, AA*. Kilner, F. Langley, Lieut.; ' ,amond, AV. O.; Livcr inorc, K. I'.; Ijei...

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HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO THE PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

IIIS KXCKLLKfcrS VISIT TO THE runuy yxsrirurioxs. AT three .Saturday afternoon, His j ¡ Kxcelleney, his T ri vate Secretary {Captain 1 O'Callaghau), ami ! is Worship thc Mayor (Mr. ' W. <!. Jackson), drove fruin thc Criterion Hotel, to visit thc public institutions of thc , town. Thc Ho . «1. Douglas (Premier), j attended by Sui»-! uspector Collopy, aecom ! panted on íiorseba :k. 'J'lic viee-rcgal party j wore accompanied by Messrs. W. Pattison, I J. Hendrick, .). Ferguson, W. »1. Taylor ! (members of tlic Icecptiun Committee), and tlie representative )f this journal. I TJ : HOSPITAL. ! This building ' as iirst visited. His Kx I uellciicy was reed ed at tho entrance hy Dr. j Campbell, Kesii eut iSurgcou, aud Dra. j Robertson, Salino ul, and Callaghan. Captain Heath, Port-maul ;r, and Mr. T. P. Pugh, the I ]'olicc Magistrate were also present. After I tlie usual intro- lotions his Excellency was I conducted hy tr. Campbell through thc j varions wards. His JvveeJleney imp)i...

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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

CABLEGRAMS. ISPECÍAÍ coiutEsrdruxxrs MESSAGKS.] I LONDON, Mardi 28. KARI. Dcmir lias resigned Iiis portfolio as Foreign Minister, expl iuing in tlic House of Lords that he approv d of the policy of tho Cabinet regarding th Congress, but, not I approving of tho dc< ision to eal! out thc reserves, he had tender d his resignation. ' Kari JJeaconsneld d ifcnded thc intended calling out of thc rcscr cs, contending that it was necessary for the peace and security of thc Kmpirc. A Papa! Allocution las been issued by His Holiness l'ope Leo XII [. It approves of past J papal policy.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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[?] ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

ru.iioiiMAN liniTi:. AKIÎIVIÎS.it lii.ckhninpt.ili about .. April ¡M. Í.IOAYKS ltorkhauiploii about .. April 17. /fir Thc Mulli.mriH' S.i.'Z iiwil arrives ul MUI.. HOI'IINK al.out lil dav» i>arl!.T. and departs al..nit IO days hiter Hum tlic ditto shown in tito above table. Tho Californian mail arrives nt SVDMÍV .about K days earlier, and departs about lu days later.

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

( Mr.uturnNi;-st 1:7. norri:, j I AHKlvr.s.-il lt,>i-l,liimi].l.iM IIIMIUI.. April MÍA VISS l;.K-lili;uiJi>lim iilnmt .. Ajiiil !>.

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, APRIL I, 1678. WE fear the resigt ation of Karl Derby arises from his lonviction that thc decision to call out ihc reserves will lead to results which eve y one must deplore. He must regard ii as an unjustifiable menace to Russia, ¡ nd an act calculated to cause a rupture in diplomatic inter- course. For whe i that occurs, when armaments and gr at masses of troops are ready for ac ion, hostilities are seldom averted. If it be true that Russia had denial ded thc removal of our fleet from the Í ea of Marmora, and the British Govern nent met that demand by a negative, t ie step which has caued Lord Derby > retirement can only be interpreted as a challenge. We can- not understand 13rd Derby's policy. The position taker by Earl Beaconsfield seems to be the Io ;ical outcome of past events. If Great Britain and Austria suggested a C inference, and de- manded that the whole conditions of peace should li : submitted for re- view, and thei, Russia declining lo accede t...

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

A- DVTCETO MOTIÍEBSVAK you broken inyour rest by asick child suffering with ¡ i tbe pain of cutting teeth? <!o at once to a 1 j chomist and get a bottle of Mus. Winslow's 1 I SOOTHIMI Rvni'r. lt will relieve thc poor ¡ I suficrer immediately, ft is perfectly harmless ; and pleasent to taste, it produces natural, quiet ; j sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and ' the little cherub awakes "as bright as a ' button." lt soothes the child, it softens thc j gums, alloys all pain, relieves wind, regulates I thc bowels, and is thc best known remedy for . dysentery and diarrhea, whether arising from teething or other canses. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is mid by Medicine deniers everywhere at ls. l!d. per bottle.. Mauu ! factored nt 4ÍW Oxford Street, London, j IjÍMItlUNK!- I''oiiTiir.Ti:i:riiANiiÍ¡iiK.\Tii J -A few drops of the liquid "llnriline " j sprinkled on a wet t'iothditush produces a . pleasant hither, which thoroughly cleanses thc ¡ teeth from nil parasites or im...

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TO THE HONORABLE JOHN DOUGLAS, C.M.G. (Per favour of the Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

i To TOE HoNORAni.E JOHN pOUuLAS, C.M.G. [ (Perfavouroftlicl Bulletin.) SIB,-I am justified iu j ircsuming'tbat tho above letter proceeds from your pen. Possibly you will defend it on the ¡round that it was written under provocation But I think the intelligent portion of the p tblic will regard it as another proof that you 1 lek that discretion - ? which is essential for the ] reservation of Min- isterial dignity. On reflec ion yon must per- ceive the impropriety of th > rebuke which you, , tho Premier of the colony, have administered to me, a private citir.cn. Von must also ad ! mit, as au eg-journalist, t lat you have incx f cusably violated tho l'ress ncognito. Whether the editor of thc Cajmcon ;nn was a fit subject for your censure or not, t ie name of "Mr. Buzacott " should not ba o been paradell ns public property. Besides, at this moment you are engaged, as First Minister of thc Crown, in chaperoning the Queen's repre . mutative on an official our; and you are the prospect...

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OCCASIONAL NOTES. (Pall Mall Be[?] February 1.) THE FRENCH ARMY DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 April 1878

OCCASIONAL NOTES. (Pall Mall TUB I'llKNCIl ?hjti, Fdintary 1.) mtv Disfin.iNK. liv a recent circular igncd by tho Minister of War a new discipli lary measure lias bceu introduced into tile 1 renell anny. It is pro- vided that in future nen of tho first portion, of tho contingent M io have ïichavcd badly during their service ' t'ilh thc colours shall bc retained with their I *speetive corps after the remainder of their o' iss have hceu dismissed for H ]icriud oijual to ,hc time tiley have spent in prison or in the c :Ils during tho last two years of their servil ¿ ; it being understood, however, that they a 3 not to bc thuB detained after thc dato on wh ¿li legally they pass into the reserve, lu tl] : same wjty men of the second portion of tl e contingent, who have gravely misconducts themselves during their service, may be reta nod with the colours for one or two months al ce thc expiration of the year for which only they would otherwise be exercised. Those new regulations arc welco...

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

¡Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN (ÎTEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM smm. To SYDNEY DIR] CT.-Jamos Paterson, Wednesday. To MELBOURN i.-Jamo» Paterson will take passengers auc cargo to bc transhipped at (sydney. To BRISBANE DIE 3CT.-Tinonee, carly. " To BRISBANE, vi GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH. - Govornor Blackall, f T^MftXAY.-Yara ï, early next week. *já^K>í:>SOUND. - Yaralla, carly next ^^^ÖOKTOWN &. N( RTHERN TORTS. Passengers and cargo »ill 1m forwarded by steamer Bunyip on í linday next, to meet mail steamer in Kepp I Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agonts. Rockhampton, April I, 1878._ FOB SYDNEY »IA BRISBANE. ^~JTJT- rr^VE MELBOURNE j££3l¿h J / STEAMSHIP COM JBHS^BTI'ANY'S splendid NEW ^^KBSBr STEAMER THE OLARENCE, Will leave ROCK! AMPTON WIIAHF for A SYDNEY, via B tLSBANE, on or about f\ TUESDAY, tho j th April. Freight and pas ingers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcas io. i JOHN HEADRICK & CO., I I Agents. FOR LOKDON DIRECT. THE AA1 |!LD?PEB,S BARQUE SOOTÏ...

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

THE MAMWPIAYS jj/JOcrour. AÏTKH thc holding of : lie A nr on Saturday, a large number of stock- witera of the district of J îoek hampton, in acco 'dance with thc pro- visions of thc Marsupn ls Destruction Act, met in thc Clerk of Pct y Sessions' room in the Court House, for thc urposc of appointing a board of directors for tl e year 1S78 187!*. Mr. HILL, Clerk «if V* tty Sessions, stated the object of the meeting, and said that those present were to elect thei . own chairman. Mr..). ATJIKIETON propeled, and Mr. W. PAT- TISON seconded that Mr. H. Milman be elected chairman. Carried unaifniously. Mr. MILMAN read section 4 of thc Act, as follows:-"In each district there shall bc elected annually, in maimer hereinafter directed, five direct rs, who shall be thc Hoard of Directora of such district, and remain in ellice till the icxt annual election of directors, or until the tl strict for which they arc elected is abolisher or altered, when, in thc latter case, a fresl election of direct...

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

BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS nf tho timo-lionori'd ami «tandnid inottichial 1H->VOI-AI*O, UDOIJMIO WOLKK'H KCHIKDAM Alto MATU: SCHNAITS, tmikiinn-l in hnttVi* vhU'h furmiM.y hohi tl ic imo elixir. It in Imped that nu oxpiwiit'-o of this iJifjunv m:iy inti tho jmhlin nu Its purni ¡icuiiiKt tlio-^u ilispniHpiI IKIÍRIHIH, which an* lHilliinc hut tho vi Jest Hiiirits wiüi an ¡ulmixtiirc nf sonic cheap and In Hf ul drug. AMD PROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION', il-catiinpnlarlty Intrinsic merit, liediiced Price nf lla-HoSl K COMPANION, lt in outr* few uiuntl-'s'liico the III-HI sliiiinuinT mtived ; lint Ole Jlachinoiislo reilly Rood, «Sñl there are already iiinl» Jiman »oiiijMrjioiis yglrl in Queensland inniilli'y tli.'itr^ure soil nf any iffier limul Newinp Machine. 7'lii^^plEjiiir.reMFtpxli:iiiste"t our stnrK lurain inn! again ; n^Kft-liaainmw a unod siimily and ]ilonty innre tn nqmKJple lin1:!! rniisiuiiptlnn has warranted us iii in\wPttltiri;[i contract with thc Manufacturer nt aJmLr fflto limn ...

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

CHERRY & GIBSON, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Comet and Black- water       CHURCHILL'!: Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Comps nos strongly recommended by tho faculty or Consumption, and all Diseases of Del [¡ty ; free from any un- pleasant taste or el ell. ELLIOTT BEDS., & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane. ELUOm BROS, & CO. WHOLESALE jDRCGGlSTS .*D DRY. SALTERS, Importers Bi Ratent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Argical In- struments, Trusses, Etc.; Sodawater, and Cordial Manufacturirs' Goods. MjinfacturcrB of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Sttoerphosphate* Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones., VJ 110 and 112, Prw-smnuT, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended hy thc Faculty, and .cknowledged to ba the purest and cheapest . tonic yet introduced ; it is thc best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strength...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 April 1878

VICTORIA. I MELUOÜHKI!, Ajiiil 1, The Governor, < 1 Saturday, telegraphed to the Colonial Ol ce iu London, that tho criais hadTcndcd. The project of an International Exhibition, to be held here, h i l>een revived, and the sum for thc consti iction of the necessary buildings will bc incl -dod in the Appropriation Bill. The exhibitioi will probably lie held in 1880. Mesara. .1. S. Clou h and Coviroport :-Our wool sale to-day pas! id off well, notwithstand- ing thc grave nature if European advices.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 April 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. j SYDNEY, April I. Tile steamshipOiinjlrarnzo has safely arriver! in Port Jackson. I At Dubhe. 4507 hedi of sheep were sohl at £1 iaThca<l. 1 Thc Enning -Veis states that if ¡jil' ' J ] Hercules Robinson^ in June, be not as a private citizen.' tenn of office, expiring dod, he will rerruiin hero

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[SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 April 1878

ISMClAL'CORlOSPoÏDBSTS UfSSAGHS.l fl j LONDON, March 30. fl Thc Slmuianl sayo] that Russia has ad- dressed a uote to the Sublimo Porte demanding thc withdrawal of theuSritish fleet from the Sea of Marmora ; also, < tat Great Britain has refused compliance whili the Russian troops environ Stamboul, Orders had been roceiv id at Portsmouth to hold thc troop-ships iu rt idiuess -to embark an army corps in case of em rgency. ^ -,k {1 ONDOK, Mareil 81,- - General Imaticffe.ini sion to»#g>jlua has- ¿ >roved a falurc ¡ he, rel nnuL to St. Peters- / mrg, and flounlr Andr issvy the Austrian^!: Minister fol Foreign . iflafrs, hopes tha)y llussia, having failed to i oíate Great Britain, will assent {to the Cong ess on the terms i originally proposed. Otk irwise Austria will J demand a military conve lion of the western provinces of Turkey wit i a view to reduce thc limits of Bulgaria (sit ). » Hungary strongly faVours au English alliance. j

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 April 1878

CABLEGRAMS. ? IIWUTEIÏM MESSAGES.] / LOÏ-'DON, March 28. A SPECIAL meeting o the Cabinet waa bcld^^f to-day, to consider t ie Russian reply to the^^f British demands. In the-House of C immons this afternoon, the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Sir Staffçrd^H Northcote), stated tl» i Russia's reply, received^M yesterday, adheres si nstuntiaUy to the pre-^H vi o us declarations of- he Czar's Government.'^^^ It is to the effect tht the signatory Powers may raise such objecti ns at the Congress to^^| the Russo-Turkiah Tr aty as they think fit, but his Majesty's G raniment reserves to^H itself full liberty eith r to accept or decline thc discussion of such c ijections. This (added Sir Stafford Northcot ) virtually closed aU^H further diplomatic ci Tcspondence on the^H subject. ; -j *t|^^^ Later. In thc House of y^Hpb thu even ing, Earl Beaconsfi IdVexplauied that flxird Derby had esigred in conse-^H fquence of thc warlike attitude it had^H become necessary for Ithe Government to assume. Ear...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE,April. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 April 1878

COW Nf AL ^TELEGRAMS. ; [FROM OUR OWN OBKESPONDENTS.] QUEliNßLANl). HrusnANi:, AjiriW. : Turi first numlicr of the tinily }^¿ot i issued lilia morning. It is slig than thc ordinary shel ;. | M '/j/j'he-Executive Com nittoc of tho National /Äfssociation propose a] loiutinga deputation to ask Government to take measures and /announce to Great Br bain, thc British col* ' unies, and such other , overumentg as may be [ deemed expedient, thc intended International JCxhibition in Brisbai e iu 1880, aud invite /thereto representation of the chief national ; resources, mauufacti rcs, etc., of such countries and colonies ^'HI.NOHXH ALSTIIAU ,s JOCKKY CI.CBGHASII / IIANUII;AI> of 300 tova with 7 6ovs each added from starters; Distance two miles. .f. Lilla, 3 years, .ThcBake, 3years. The Dean, 3 years, 1

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