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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 3 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. AUSTRALIA, R.M.S.—Will be despatched from Sydney on January 3, for Auckland and San Francisco. BOWEN, R.M.S.—Will leave Moreton Bay to-day with the outward European mails vià Torres Straits. BOOMERANG, s.s.—Leaves Sydney this after- noon for Rockhampton. CLARENCE, s.s.—Left Brisbane for Rock- hampton, yesterday afternoon at four, and is due by to-morrow morning's tide. &nbsp; EGMONT s.s.,—Passed into Keppel Bay from the north at 6.30 last night. LADY BOWEN, s.—Took her departure for Brisbane vià ports yesterday morning at six. LADY YOUNG, s.—Probably left Brisbane yesterday for Rockhampton vià ports. LEICHHARDT, s.s.—Was to leave Sydney on Monday for Brisbane, from which port she takes her departure for northern ports on Saturday morning. QUEENSLAND, s.—Left Bundaberg at 6 a.m. yesterday, and is due here by this morning's tide. &nbsp; TINONEE, s.s.—Took her departure for Mackay on Tuesday evening at six, and was due at her destination last night. ...
An Embryo City. (From the Melbourne Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 3 January 1878
An Embryo City. (From the Melbourne Argus.) &nbsp; THE following is an abridgement of the " Vagabond's" racy sketch of his late visit to Island Point, since called Port Douglas :— Island Point, Owensville, or Salisbury, was four months ago [dating from this present time of writing, Ootober 20] a primeval jungle. It is situated about 70 miles from Cooktown and 30 miles north of Cairns, of which it is the great rival for the traffic of the Hodgkinson diggings. It is, as the name implies, nearly &nbsp; an island, being situated on a peninsula, formed by the waters of Trinity Bay and a nameless creek. There is not much, if any shelter for vessels, but then on this coral reef guarded coast, during many months in the year, little shelter is required. The bad road and great expense of hauling and packing from Cooktown to the Hodgkinson was the raison d'etre of Cairns, which, an infant town of only twelve months' growth, boasts of a fine harbour, and looks down upon Salisbur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 3 January 1878
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM- SHIPS. SYDNEY DIRECT.—James Paterson, To-morrow Morning, Friday, at 9.30 To MELBOURNE. —James Paterson will &nbsp; take passengers and cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE DIRECT. —Victoria, on or about Tuesday. To BRISBANE, via GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.—Lady Young, Tues- day. To BRISBANE, via BUNDABERG and MARYBOROUGH.—Queensland, To-mor- row Morning, Friday, at To MACKAY.—Steamer, early. To BROADSOUND.—Steamer, early. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS.— Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, January 3, 1878. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE. THE MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S splendid NEW STEAMER— THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on SATUR- DAY, 5th January, at 9 a.m. Freight and passengers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle. JOHN HEADRICK &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 3 January 1878
CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- &nbsp; struments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers Of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., &nbsp; Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, &nbsp; and Crushed Bones. &nbsp; 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, and &nbsp; &nbsp; BRISBANE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and a...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. MARRIAGE. BROWN - STANDIN, - On December 31, at Athelstane Range, by Rev. J. F. Orr, Joseph, eldest son of Mr. Joseph Brown, to Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. Stephen Standin, Maidstone, Kent, England. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
[?] ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
Shipping Intelligence. ¶ARRIVAL. JANUARY 3.—QUEENSLAND, s., 287 tons. Captain W. H. Millman, from Brisbane via ports. Passengers —Sub-Inspector Eglinton, J. D. Johnson , F. Fallstedt, and four in the steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. January 2.—(In Keppel Bay) Egmont, s.s., 456 tons, Captain H. Webber, from Cooktown via ports. Pas- sengers—Messrs. W. H. Walker, F. Trouton, A. S. Benjamin, Wittowski, and five in the steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. DEPARTURE. January 2.—(From Keppel Bay), Egmont, s.s., 456 tons, Captain H. Webber, for Brisbane direct, with through passengers. Wood and Wood, agents.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
[A special charge is made for consignees' announce- ments in this column.] January 3.—Queensland, s., from Brisbane via ports : 3 quarter-tierces tobacco, 1 safe, 3 packages Ironware, 2 trunks boots, 3 half-chests tea, 2 packages &nbsp; &nbsp; drugs, 1 roll leather, 36 packages groceries, 1 bale paper bags, 6 cases kerosene, 5 bags rice, 10 packages sundries, and transhipments for the north. &nbsp; Ex Queensland, s.: 1 keg, 3 bundles, Cobb and Co. Ex Queensland, s.: 1 case, W. Hopkins. Ex Queensland, s.: 1 trunk, 1 case, Cherry and Lowry. Ex Queensland, s.: 15 boxes soap, Acheson and Allen. &nbsp;
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. AUSTRALIA, R.M.S.—Probably left Sydney yesterday for Auckland and San Francisco. BOWEN, R.M.S.—Left Moreton Bay at one &nbsp; p.m. yesterday with the outward European mails via Torres Straits, and is due in Keppel Bay this afternoon at four. BOOMERANG, s.s.—Leaving Sydney yester- &nbsp; day afternoon for Rockhampton, will be due on Monday morning. BUNYIP, s.s.—Leaves the wharf this this morning at eleven, with mails and passen- gers for transhipment to the R.M.S. Bowen in Keppel Bay. CLARENCE, s.s.—Left Brishane for Rock- hampton on Wednesday afternoon at four, and is due by this morning's tide. &nbsp; EGMONT, s.s.—Cleared Cape Capricorn at 6 a.m. yesterday, and will probably arrive at Brisbane this evening. FANNY MITCHESON, schooner.—Was re- ported off the Pilot Station, Keppel Bay, yesterday. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.—Takes her departure for Sydney direct this morning at 9.30. LADY BOWEN, s.—Was due at Maryborough from Gladstone yesterday. LA...
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. &nbsp; MAILS for Bundaberg and Maryborough, per Queensland, s., close this morning at seven. Mails for the Australian Colonies, etc., per James Paterson, s.s., close this morning at half-past eight. Mails for ports north of Mackay, per R.M.S. Bowen, close this morning at ten. Mails for Europe, per R.M.S. Bowen, close this morning—for all foreign ordinary letters at eight, and for the United Kingdom only, at nine. &nbsp; &nbsp;
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to be—At Cape Capricorn, 0.24 inch ; Nebo, 0.04 ; Bloomsbury, 0.94 ; West- wood, 1.43 ; Cashmere, 0.67 ; Junction Creek, 0.45; Georgetown, 0.98 ; Gilbert River, 0.98 ; Creen Creek, 0.45 ; Normanton, 0.20 ; Kimberley, 0.22. It was still raining at the two last named stations, and appearances indicated rain at Cooktown.
Commercial. BROWN AND [?] STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
Commercial. &nbsp; BBOWN AND KIRWAN'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Stations.—We have nothing to report under this head. Two small cattle runs in the Leichhardt district have, we hear, changed hands during the past month at low rates. Store Cattle.—The demand continues brisk for good lots of all descriptions, and several large lots are now being inspected. We have no alterations in prices to report since last month, which are—Mixed cattle, from six months to seven years for females, and from six months to three years for males, with ten per cent of calves given in, £3 to £3 10s.; males two, three, and four years, £3 5s. to £3 10s., and three, four, and five years, £3 10s. to £4. Heifers and young cows, with a liberal allow- ance of calves, £3 15s. to £4 5s. Now that &nbsp; the drought has fairly broken up, our auction sales at Gracemere will be resumed ; the first lot coming forward from Toorilla, for positive sale on the 15th instant, and will consist of 150 young cows ...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. ARRIVES at Rockhampton about .. February 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 29. The Melbourne-Suez mail arrives at MEL- &nbsp; &nbsp; BOURNE about 10 days earlier, and departs about 10 days later than the date shown in the above table. &nbsp; The Californian mail arrives at SYDNEY about 8 days earlier, and departs about 10 days later.
CABLEGRAMS. [?] T[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR. LONDON, January 1. IN reply to a communication from Lord A. Loftus, the Brítish Ambassador at St. Peters- burg, Prince Gortchakoff has stated that if &nbsp; Turkey desires an armistice she must apply &nbsp; &nbsp; direct to the Russian Commander-in-chief. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; General Gourko's vanguard has occupied the &nbsp; Balkan Passes between Arabkonah and Sofia. It is reported at Bucharest that the Turks &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; have abandoned and burnt the town of Sofia. &nbsp; &nbsp; LONDON, January 1. &nbsp; It transpires that the British Government, &nbsp; &nbsp; through Lord Loftus, intimated to the &nbsp; Russian Government that the Porte was &nbsp; prepared for peace negociations, and that Prince Gortchakoff declared that if the Porte desires an armistice it will be necess...
MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, January 1. Midhat Pasha has left Rome for London. Cardinal Manning has received his Hat. &nbsp; The Australian mails which left Sydney via America on 16th November, were delivered here to-day, nine days early. &nbsp; The revenue of the United Kingdom for the &nbsp; quarter ended December 31 shows a decrease &nbsp; &nbsp; of £294,000, but for the nine months an in- &nbsp; crease of £115,518. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Telegraphic Despatches. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
Telegraphic Despatches. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, January 3. A Gazette Extraordinary, published to-day, &nbsp; contains the new Commission of the Peace, The following are the new names of gentlemen appointed for the Central District : — Charles Corten, Cawarral; Henry Cory, Tocal ; Vincent Desgrand, Blackall ; Walter Flood, Charleville ; William George Jackson and Henry Macdermott, Rockhampton ; Henry Poulton, Thomas Swords, and George Looker, Aramac ; John Fraser, Darr River; Nathaniel Powell, Diamantina; William Shaw, Rawbellee. Fifty-five names have been removed through death or other disqualification. William Henry Abbott Hirst has been re- lieved of his duties as Judge of the Central District Court. Mr. Isidore J. Blake, Q.C., has been transferred to the Central District. The vacancy thus created in the Northern District Judgeship is not yet filled. Heavy rain has fallen here this evening. The Executive Council, at a meeting to-day, decided to...
PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 January 1878
PETTY DEBTS COURT. James Munday v. Roland. —The plaintiff &nbsp; sued the defendant for £8 damages, alleged to have been sustained through the negligence of the defendant whereby some teams and horses were detnined for four days, the defendant being at the time in charge of plaintiff's con- tract on the railway line. For the defence it was denied that defendant had ever been in charge of the contract. After hearing the evidence the Bench gave a verdict for £4, with 10s, costs.—Mr. Melbourne appeared for the defendant.