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[SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] VICTOR EMMANUEL'S FATAL ILLNESS. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

[SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT'S MESSAGES.] VICTOR EMMANUEL 'S FATAL ILLNESS. LONDON, January 10.   King Victor Emmanuel died after three   days' illness from fever. The surgeons bled him, but without benefit. He received the   last sacrament from a priest of the Roman Catholic Church, His Holiness, the Pope   sending two of his chamberlains as bearers of the Papal benediction, and stating that were it not for his own illness he would have him-   self gone to the King's palace. There is   general mourning in Italy. Prince Humbert, the late King's eldest son,   has been proclaimed King. His accession is   believed to be attended by danger, as he is supposed to entertain different political views to those held by his deceased father.

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THE WAR. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

THE WAR.¶ LONDON, January 10.   A Russian force has crossed the Balkans at   Kiztepe, on the direct road from Osman Bazar.     The Russians have forced the Trajan Pass,   and have now 60,000 men south of the     Balkans.     Mehemet Ali has started to join the army in     Roumelia, and has been empowered to arrange   for an armistice.  

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THE FENIANS RELEASED. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

THE FENIANS RELEASED.     LONDON, January 10.       The Fenian militry prisoners have been   released, but the Manchester murderers are     still detained in prison.        

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STANLEY, THE AFRICAN EXPLORER. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

STANLEY, THE AFRICAN EXPLORER. LONDON, January 10.   Mr. Stanley, the African explorer, and joint correspondent of the Daily Telegraph and New York Herald, has reached Brindisi.            

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Telegraphic, Despatches. THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

Telegraphic Despatches.   THE SOUTHERN COLONIES.     [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES.         SYDNEY, January 11. Mr. John Marks, who formerly represented   Kiama in the Legislative Assembly, has been summoned to the Legislative Council to represent the Farnell Government in the Chamber.     The weather is intensely hot.     The Government intend to afford facilities for trucking sheep along the railway.       The price of maize has reached to 6s. to 6s. 6d. per bushel.         The steamer Adela passed Gabo Island,   bound south, at three o'clock this afternoon.   She was sinking and putting back to Twofold Bay.  

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 11.       Messrs, Hastings, Cunningham, and Co., report :—We offered to-day 1030 bales wool, and of these sold 950 bales at full prices. Greasy realised up to 13½d., scoured to 18d., and washed to 25½d., with a firm market.                                      

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January ll. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.   ADELAIDE, , January 11.       400 bales greasy wool were sold at auction     to-day at from 7d. to 10¼d. per lb.       The Laura Flour-mill has been destroyed by   fire. It was insured in the Victoria Insur-   ance Company.           Several deaths have occurred in Adelaide and the country districts through the exces- sive heat.    

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WE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. BREAKWINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD.   BREAKWINDS.         SOMETHING of this kind would prove service-able, and either directly or indirectly profitable to both cattle-owners and cultivators of the soil. Cattle like to know where good shelter may be had during a raging tempest ; and all who have had experience in gardening of any kind, or farming, must have felt either the want or the benefit of a good break-wind. The practice obtaining largely at present with something of this object in view is anything but conducive to it—namely, planting within fences thickly with branches. Nothing more   useless to break the force of a gale could possi- bly be chosen, for the soft stems of the banana are quickly broken themselves witlh the first strong gust. They are a productive, profita-   ble, and wholesome food, but not fitted for a break-wind service. A substitute must be sought for in something tough and elas- ...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

SPORTING NOTES.   RACING EVENTS TO COME. Rockhampton J. Club Sires' Produce Stakes. 1880. Entrance 1 sov.; February 1, 1878.   Rockhampton J. Club Mares' Produce Stakes, 1880. Foals to be named February 1, 1878.   Rockhampton J. Club Sires' Produce Stakes, 1881, Nomination of Sires closes February 1, 1878. Rockhampton J. Club Mares' Produce Stakes, 1881. Entrance closes February 1, 1878.   Geelong R.C. Meeting February 1, 2.   Tasmanian T.C. Meeting, February 7, 8, 9. V.R.C. Autumn Meeting, March 2, 7, 9. Queensland T.C. Annual Meeting, March 18, 19. North Australian J.C. Annual Meeting, March 29, 30, April 1.       Balonne J. C. Meeting, April 11, 12. Northern Downs J.C. Annual Meeting, April 11, 12. MEMBERS of the Rockhampton Jockey Club are reminded that on Thursday the adjourned annual meeting will be hold. It is to be hoped there will be a large attendance, as several importa...

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

PEDESTRIANISM. Two pedestrians, named George Cronk and Roberts, have been matched at Charters Towers to run 200 yards on the 9th of February, for £200 a-side. Both men are well-known for their fleetness of foot, and are at present about equal favourites. Cronk gained some celebrity a few years since in the southern colonies, in matches against first-class men. Roberts has plenty of friends and backers, and already a very large sum is wagered on the result. They are both in   active training.   Arrangements are being made for another footrace between Applett, the present champion, and Robert Watson, of Scone,   whom the former defeated some eighteen months since. The match will be for the Championship of the Colonies and a large money stake. Both men are at present in Sydney.   A match has been agreed on between W. M'Auliffe and Fyffe, of Newcastle, for £100 a-side. The distance is 150 yards, and the race will be run on Saturday, th...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

CRICKET. A match will be played to-day at North Rockhampton between R.C. Club and the Good Templars. Play will commence at 2.30 p.m. sharp. The following have been chosen to represent the two teams :—R.C. Club : Messrs. Alford, Anthony, Boldeman (3), Brooks, Faunce, Feez, Hall, Martin, Weaver, and Kilner. Good Templars : Messrs. Dixon, M'Credie, Cavanagh, Nobbs, Drake, Johnson, Jones, Phypers, Wright, Gleeson, Ferguson, Aberdeen, and Mayne ; with Henry Milford for umpire, and H. Sellars as scorer. The great match between the Australian Eleven and the Combined Fifteen was con- cluded at Melbourne on the 1st instant. The weather was capital and some 5000 spectators were present. Great excitement was mani- fested on the ground towards the close of the match, which resulted in a tie. The play was very good on both sides, though it is considered the Eleven failed to win through some of the players foolishly allowing themselves to be run out ; Horan, D. Gregory, Garrett, and Murdoch being...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

AQUATICS. I hear that a matsh has been arranged be- tween some of the members of the Fitzroy Rowing Club, to come off about the middle of nevt month.     A rathar unusual sculling match took place on the Clarence lately, for a silk dress, the competitors being five of the fair sex, pulling a pair of sculls each. The rowing is said to have been splendid, each and all displaying a   considerable amount of pluck and skill. A Miss Mary Bloomer was the fortunate winner, coming in some lengths in front of Mrs. Irving.       Nothing ddefinite seems to be yet known with reference to the challenges from the Americans, Hanlon and Courtney, to pull for the championship of the world, though Trickett expresses his willingness to pull both ; or either, on the Parramatta for £200 a-side or upwards. OUTRIGGER. UNCLE SAM'S LAND.—The New York Times,     fater alluding to the old song which says, &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 January 1878

FRANCIS ABIGAIL (late Hilder and Abigail), Manufacturer of BOOT AND SHOE UPPERS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Leather and Grindery, Importer of Howe's C Leather Machines, Elastic Web, Silk Twist, &c.—577 and 579, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, between Liverpool and Goulburn Streets.                 ROCKHAMPTON JOCKEY CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Club will be held at the Criterion Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 17th instant. A full attendance of Members is requested by the Committee.         J. CRAMP, Secretary. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! THIS DAY !   MILLION PRICES ! THE Balance of the Stock of DRAPERY & CLOTHING at MEIKLE & STEWART'S Is this month being offered at FABULOUS PRICES, FOR CASH, Is this month being offered at     To enable them to close the Part- nership Account b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 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-   struments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and   Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones. 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, and 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 aged ; it stren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

CHrHCHTLt/S SyAps, Lime Iron, Soda, anil Compounds strongly recommended l>y the faculty (or {Consomption, and all Diseases of Debility}; free from any un pleasant taste or smell; ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., Wholesalo agents, Brisbane. Elliott ßros, & Co. WHOLESALE BjRCGGISTB AND DRY SALTERS* Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In B truments, Tresses . Eta,- Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturi rs' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chem cals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturera of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones:. 110 and 112, Prrr-BTitMrr, SYDNKV, aud BRISBANE. Chemical Works fend 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 aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, . Gout...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.¶ BIRTHS. ROBERTS,— On the 11th instant, at her residence, Quay-street, Mrs. Alfred Roberts of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION   COMPANY'S STEAM-SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIRECT.—James Paterson, on or about Wednesday. To MELBOURNE.—James Paterson will     take passengers and cargo to be transhipped   at Sydney. To BRISBANE DIRECT.—Leichhardt, on   or about Tuesday. To BRISBANE, VIA GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH.—Lady Bowen, Tues-     Morning, at 5 sharp.   To BRISBANE, VIA BUNDABERG and   MARYBOROUGH. — Queensland, on or about Wednesday. To MACKAY.—Yatalla, early.   To BROADSOUND. - Tinonee, Wednesday Morning, at 6. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS.   Passengers and carg0 will be forwarded by   steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay.   WOOD & WOOD, Agents.   Rockhampton, January 14, 1878. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE.   THE MELBOURNE STEA...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   JANUARY 12.—TINONEE, s.s., 265 tons, Captain C.   Williams, from Mackay direct. Wood and Wood,   agents.  

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

IMPORTS.       [A special charge is made for consignees' announce- ments in this column.] January 12—TINONEE, s.s., from Mackay direct : 165 tons sugar.   BOOMERANG. s.s.—Is now on her voyage from this port to Sydney. CITY OF NEW YORK, R.M.S.—Leaves Sydney on the 31st instant, taking the usual monthly advices for England via Auckland and San Francisco. ELAMANG, s.s.—Left Brisbane for northern   ports on Saturday morning, and was due in Keppel Bay last night. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.—Was to leave Sydney for   Rockhampton direct on Friday afternoon, and is due by Wednesday morning's tide. LEICHHARDT, s.s.—Arrived at Cooktown on Friday, and probably left for southern ports on Saturday afternoon. LADY BOWEN, s.—Takes her departure for Brisbane via ports to-morrow morning at five. QUEENSLAND, s.—Passed Woody Island at 5 p.m. on Saturday, bound for Rockhampton via Bundaberg. SCOTTISH BARD, barque.—Cleared Keppel Bay...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Enterprise, schooner, left Brisbane on 6th instant. Adelaide, barque, 435 tons, loading at London on October 20, for Keppel Bay. Heron, schooner, 91 tons, W. Greenlees, master, leaving Newcastle about to-day. R. M. Hunter and Co., agents. Olivet, barque, 435 tons, left London on November 25. R. M. Hunter and Co., agents. Serena, barque, 500 tons. Captain W. Young, from London via Townsville ; arrived at Townsville on 1st December. Venture, brig, 167 tons, G. W. Davison, master, left Adelaide on December 24. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Atlantic, schooner, 260 tons, Skelton, master, from Sydney, discharging. G. B. Shaw, agent. Louisa Maria, schooner, 30 tons, Todd, master, cleared for Bundaberg. Master, agent. Christina, schooner, 190 tons, Love, master, from Maryborough, discharging. Master, agent. Rockhampton, barque, 467 tons, Captain Shields, from London. Walter Reid and Co., agents. Scottish Hero, barque, 867 tons, Captain M 'Eacharn, from London, discharging. Walter R...

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