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A FARMERS VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

A FARMER'S VIEW. A FARMER writes to the Times upon the sub-   ject of the Permissive Bill in England as follows:—" As a large farmer, I will just write you my experiencc as to beer being essential to give to my men in haying and har- vesting. In the first place, I must state my   bailiff is a teetotalLer, and he wished me to   try the experiment of giving my men money instead of beer, and we tried it, and the result was the men would neither buy beer nor work, and what little labour I got them to do cost   me double, and my teetotal bailiff and self had to go back to the old plan. We ordered   beer in tubs from a neighbouring brewer, as usual, and gave the men their usual allowance, and we get twice the work out of them, and   the men are more satisfied. The fact is, beer acts on a labouring man just as oil docs   on a machine, and any one can prove this fact   by trying. No other drink will d...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTOR EMMANUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

VICTOR EMMANUEL. THE death of this illustrious potentate re- quires a more extended notice than we were able to give on Saturday, owing to the heavy demands made upon our space. From the authorities to hand, therefore, we collate the following notes :—     The " Stateman's Year Book " (1877), in sketching the genealogical history of the reigning house, says :—The origin of the House of Savoy is not historically established ; but most genealogists trace it to a German Count Berthold, who, in the eleventh   century, established himself on the western slope of the Alps, between Mont Blanc and   Lake Leman. In 1111 his descendants were   enrolled among the Counts of the Holy Roman Empire. Count Amadeus, in 1383,   founded a law of primogeniturc which greatly   strengthened the family, leading to the im-   mediate acquisition of the territory of Nice, In 1416, the Counts of Savoy adopt...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. MORE LIGHT. THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. MORE LIGHT.   THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN.       Sir,—Can you inform me whether I am com- pelled to pay for what is now called gas ? The illuminating power of a fan-burncr meter was on Saturday eve equal to about twelve candles, so brilliant that I could not light my outside burners for fear of putting my shop in total darkness. This is not the first complaint. I think it is time the Company had some com- petent person who understood their business, I have no wish to pay for what is called gas,—only, light.     I am, etc, J. HART.   East-street, January 13, 1878.    

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NOXIOUS DEPOSITS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 January 1878

NOXIOUS DEPOSITS.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. SIR,—In a former issue of your journal you kindly warned the people of Rockhampton of the necessity of keeping their premises clean and free from all effluvia likely to generate   sickness. There is not much use, Mr. Editor, for the residents of South and Murray streets   to be overanxious about the sanitary condi- tion of their own premises, while the Gaol night soil is permitted to be buried before their doors. The soil is taken out of the Gaol every morning about seven o'clock and carried along the pubic street to the place of interment.     A trench is dug large enough to hold all the deposits of the Gaol for four or five weeks, which becomes full of water every time it rains ; it then has to be emptied on the surface of the land after having absorbed the essence of the night soil.   Why that particular part of the Gaol   paddock—nearest t...

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

£ 7250 WORTH !   7250 POUNDS WORTH !   OF         HARDWARE, EARTHENWARE, GLASS,         LEATHER,   And similar class of Goods, Are now offered for Private Sale by the undersigned. In consequence of large Shipments of above Goods having lately come to hand, out Stock has been increased beyond ordinary requirements. We must therefore clear off a quantity of beautiful NEW GOODS by RAPID SALE, and will do so at PRICES HITHERTO UNKNOWN IN ROCK- HAMPTON. Squatters, Storekeepers, and the public generally should avail themselves ol this opportunity, and send all their orders to us quickly.   PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, BEDSTEADS, STOVES, CUTLERY, & GENERAL FURITURE, offering now at SYDNEY PRICES—   FOR THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD ! AUTHOR BELL & CO., HARDWARE IMPORTERS,   ROCKHAMPTON. F. F. BUDDEN'S &...

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STANLEY'S BATTLES IN AFRICA. (From despatches to New York Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

STANLEY'S BATTLES IN AFRICA. (From dcejKUclifë (L Xíw York Herald.) ON thc Oth of Dccemter wc arrived at Uson gora Mena, an extensive country, occupied hy a powerful tribe. The belligerency of tho natives iucreased. As soon as they caught sight of us on tho rifer they caine with fierce demonstrations, nu nbcring fourteen large canoos, against our six canoes and boat Ijidy Alice, An Arab, w o was passenger through ¡lüioss that day, wi i told to speak them fair, to explain to them who we were, what wc bad como for, that wc wero rich, and that we were able and rilling to pay our way. Fifteen minutes wi o spent in this mid-river palavar. His answi was a shower of poisoned arrows, which fell a ¡Mle too short of our boat. Though we had < ghteen sick of smallpox lying in ;tho canoe , we charged on them and bleared a passage brough. The land party was also attacked i the bush and several were ?grounded, for they had ventured too near thc country of the wa Uko tribe of thc Bakusu,...

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ROCKILAMPTON LAND COURT [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

J!OCKIIAMPli>N LAND COUBS^/U Tim usual month f sitöflgsof the lani! Court were held y s^ruay before Mr. C. E. Wodehouse, Landt immissioner. There vere only four applicati ns, which were accepted. - The rents received orjountci to £1518s. Od., and the sur vey fees to £36 JCs. Od. Reg. No. 1611.- -Robert BelL conditional selection, 120 acres Mount Hedlow. ' Reg. No. 1612.- Patrick O'Mahoney, condi- tional selection, 41: acres, Gracemere Run. lieg. No. 1613.- Jolian Muller, homestead selection, 100 acre , County of Raglan, Parish of Dundee. Reg. No. 1614.- Janies 0. G. Donne, condi- tional selection, '21 ¡0 acres, Gracemere Run. Thc following applications for selections were dealt with :- ? Reg. No. 512.- James E. Smith. Cawarral Run. Decision ri lervcd. Heg. No. 918.- John H. Chardon, Boulder- combe. Granted. Reg. No. 585.- -Edward H. Baker, Penin- sula Run. Grant A.

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VICTORIA. MELBORNE, January l4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

VICTORIA. j MKLBOCKKE, January li. j Messie. Goldsbrojugh and Co. report os follows :-Wc offered this week at auction .WOO hales of wodi,, and sold 4000 hales. Greasy realised 7d. lo 131d., 40 bales selling nt the litter mice ; ftir average fleece tolOJd, No superior lota lof washed wool lield, and interior sorts verylduU, Messrs. J. Clonjh and Co. report that at their saleB to-daylthey offered 1300 bales of wool for competition, and that prices were firm at last week's m tea.

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THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [HIÎUTEH'S NEW SOIT ELEOIL&MS.] 'H WALES. HvnNEV, January 14. On Saturday cvcniiij Mr. Wells attempted another ascent. The balloon was rapidly being filled with heat d air, when it became suddenly unnianagcal le, aud breaking thc ropes rose instantly. Wells was killed by a blow from thc wind- lass before thc balloon eft the earth. * Several persons, wii i were hanging to thc car, and who had n< expectation that the balloon would break lo ise, were taken up to a considerable height before they were able to let go heir hold, and iu falling received more or less injuries. One young man employer in thc Government Printing OHiec, name 1 Harding, had to Ijc removed to the Ho pital, and died this morning. A young luau named Stewart was in thc balloon when it broke away, and was carried to a great height ; but eventually, owing to an escape of gas, the balloon descended among tho/ trees near Government House, and Stewart »as rescued unhurt.

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. Mails for Mackay and Nebo, per Varal!*, s.s., close this afternoon-for registered letters at two, and ordinary letters at three. Mails for Brisbane, thc Australian Colonies, etc., per Leichhardt, s.s., close this evening for registered letters at six and ordinary letters at eight. Mails for St. Lawrence and Keira, per Tinonee, s.e., close this evening at tho above hours.

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENCE.] BRISBANE, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

COLONIA i TELEOIiAMS. QUEj [CROM OUR NSLAND. tr CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, January 14. Overtures made o Mr, Gresley Lukin to- day to stand for tl e electorate of Brisbane, have been declined < i tbc ground of business engagements. Tho murderer Ci mingham confessed bis guilt to-day to the g vernor of thc gaol and tiie Kev. Mr. M'Siva nc. The execution took place at eight o'clocl this morning, and was soon over. Thc d omed man ran up thc gallows, but made nc speech, and in less than half a minute thc di ip fell. Death was ap- parently instantaneou i. A crowd of about 1 ¡0 persons collected on thc bill outside tin gaol, but could sec nothing. The body having li mg for one hour was cut down. Doctors I obbs and Kendle were present and certified t< the death.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 0 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to lie-At Bowen, 0-23 inch ; Waterview, 0'29; Cardwell, O'flO; Blooms- bury, ©"ll. It was raining at Millchester, (3ardwcll, Herbert Uiver, and appearances at Charters Towers indicated rain. Conuiiiiuiva with several northern stallone is interrupted.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

COMMERCIAL. STOKIÍV, January 9.-îïïë ii. if. ¡IcnM has tho folioH'ing rcspcctiii % tile past two days' markets : Tile Stock «nd Share narket remains quiet anti finn. Rank »liar ts meet fair inquiry. Joint Stuck »at £1; IC». Cd.; Kew South Wales offered at SI { ; a ul Commercial at 9!H ; National of Quccnsi nd wanted at lijj. : Debentures finn : No v South Wales long dated fives had buyers at 109, sellers at 110; foul's hail buyers at 03 sollow at 05. There was hardly any change í i Steam : Australasian were offered nt JO, and there were buyers of Peak Downs Copper at is. Cd. The advanced prices low ruling for bread stuffs, ns compared wit li quotations a month ago, have caused som i surprise to those un- aware of thc fact that it least 20,000 tons of shipping arc now in iouth Australian ports awaiting cargo for K gland, aud that thc charters fix tho lateBt i epartures for about thc middle of next month. There can bc hardly two opinions aliout thc prospects of maintain- ing prices at...

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[REUTERS MESSAGES.] THE WAR. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

lIWtTTEIVf MESSAGES.) THfWAR. I I LOKDON, January ll. I Thc Grand Duke Nicholas, who is still at thc head ol thc RUBI an army in Bulgaria, has replied to a com lunication from Raouff Pasha, the Command x-in-Chief of thc Turkish anny, stating that ill négociations must be made directly witl himself, and that an armistice is impos¡ ble unless a basis for peace conditions is fi st settled. Misch, a fortifie town south-west of Widdin, lias capituh ;ed. The Russians hav > arrived at Yeni Saghra and Baraoddch, tm positions south of the Balkans, in Roumeli . Tile civilian popu ation of Adrianoplc has been ordered to leav tho city. A new Turkish -î inistry is being formed, with Hamed Pasha as Grand Vizier, and Server Pasha as Min itcr for Foreign Affairs..

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LONDON WOOL SALES. (From Stables, Strak[?]r, and Co.'s Circular.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

LONDON -ÙOOL SALES. I (From Stahles, SlraUr, and Co.'e Circular.) SALK by C. Bairne aiióJCo., November 13 : Ex Abbey Holme and Martaban : VB, Beaufort, 20 bales fie oe at 19Jd., 2 at 22£d" 15 at22d., 4 at 21 Jd, 3" at 20d., 8 ])ieocs at 17d. Sale by Jacomb, ion, and Co., Novem- ber 14: Ex Famenotli : Cra\ ni, 9 scoured at I8£d., 33 greasy at 9Jd., 2 da uaged at Sd., 10 pieces at §4d., 5 at 6Jd. Ex Trafalgar: Cot erstone, 3ß greasy at 12d" 28 at Hid., 41 al lld., 27 pieces atOJd., 1 damaged at 9d. Ex Strathdon: Na il Downs, 5 fleece at I'd., 3 damaged at 1 kl., 2 piece« at lld., 0 grease at Hid., 8 at ld., 4 damaged at 8Jd., 2 pieces at9d.; W.P., [ockhampton, 10greasy atOJd., 1 damaged at 3d.; Mount Hutton, 20 pieces at 18d.; Mount Mmndancc, 28 fleece nt 23d., 17 at 22Jd., 24 a 22d., 5 at 21Jd., 20 at 20d" 4 at Wd., 2 dam ged at 18Jd,, 19 pieces at I7d., 3 at 12|d.; Bc ven Downs, 35 fleece at 204.; D and M, Terici 32 fleece at ISid. Sale by Hazard and Jaldccott, Nov. 15 : Ex Windsor ...

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MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

MONEY AND STBCK MARKETS. ll)NDON, January 12. Money is plentiful, Irith a slack discount demand. Thc Bank o England has lowered its discount rate one icr cent. ; the market t rate, for three months hills, is 2¡ per ccut. Thc bullion reserve in i ic Bank of England is £12,000,000. Thc Ceylon i\ per c ut loan of £100,000 lia» been subscribed, at 101 . Thc South Austra- lian loan of four anc a-half millions sterling has been subscribed t ice over ; thc number of tenders lodged wi i 123, and the average price tendered was OS 2-5ths. Thc stock markets are recovering ; consols arc rising, being 94J. The shares of thc Aus- tralian Banks arc i cnerally quoted at an advance. Copper and tin ba' e deeb'ned 10s. per tou.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. j JANUARY is.-(ln Kcppfcl Bay) EIAMANO, s405 tons, Captain 1'. C. Kiiitht, from Brisbane. Passen- j r» : Messrs. Pater Mltean, M.L.A., W. A. Orson. I IL Dutton, lt. J. Lo*nox, anil live In thc stcerago. ! Wood and Wood, ágenos, Jjuroajy M.-BURSETT, s.s., 40 tons, Watson, master, from Bundaberg. Master, «Bent. .January 1«.-VAIIMJ.A, s.s.. 303 tons, Captain A. T. Kdwards, fromhirisbane direct. Passengers : gre. Sharp, Miss Crojok, Messrs. 3. H. Duster, M. Hankey, and lour In t ie steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. D ¡PARTÜltE. January 18.-<Frnni Kennel Bay) Iir,AMANC., s.s., M» tons, Captain F C. Knight, for Cooktown viii ports. Passengers- llr. Burrow, thirteen in Ilia steerage, aud tilrougi passengers. Wood and Wood, agents. ( LF.ARANCK.S. January li.-IlOO CHAMPION, haroun, 4(17 tons, Captain Shields, foi Guam in IMUW. Walter Heiil and Co., agents. January 14.-FAI SY THOnNTON", sclinimur, BO tons, H. M'Auloy, nj «ter, for Maryborough in ballast. G. ll...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. BOOMERANG, s.s.-Arrived at Sydney from Rock, bampton OD Sunday, and probably leaves on lier re torn inp to-morrow afternoon. BÜNSTJ» s.s.-Will probably loare the wharf at an early hour to-morrow morning, taking southern nulla and passengers for transhipment to the Leich- hardt, as., in Keppel Bay. «mr or NEW YORK, R.M.8.-Leaves Sydney on gie 81sti instant, taking the usual ninutbly advices for england ria Auckland and San Francisco. ELAMANG, aa-ls due at Bowen from the south his morning. EGMONT, s.s.-Was to leave Sydney yesterday for Brisbane, taking her departure from the last namoi Port for northern ports on Saturday morning next. FREETRADER, harque.-Arrlved nt Newcastle from Rockhampton on the 6th instant. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.-Left Sydney foi Rockhampton direct on FWday afternoon, and is due by to-morrow morning's tide. LEICHHARDT, s.s.-Left Townsville for Bowen at 1 p.m. yesterday. "LADV SWEN. s.-Takes her departure for Brisbane vu ports this morning at five....

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

[A special charge is made for consignees' announce- ments In this column.) Jan nary M.-Burnett, s.s., from Bundaberg : 30,000 feet sawn timber, January H.-Yaralla, s.s., from Brisbane direct : 86 half-chests tea, 16 packages ale, 1 package groceries, IS packages drugs, 3 casks elfie, 1 keg nails, 2 bog* oysters, 8 packages drapery, 1 case boots, 28 packages sundries, and cargo for Broadsound and Mackay. Ex Yaralla, s.s.: 6 naif-chests tea, Beed and Ileeve. Ex VoraUa, s.s. ! 1 parcel, Cobb and Co. EXPOBTS. January 14.-Lady Bowen, a., for Brisbane vii ports: 140 bags lime, 124 bales wool, 172 bags maize, 1 case drapery, 4 packages sundries.

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THE MAILS. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 January 1878

THE MAILS. I BoNüu.N-, January 12. Tho Australian mails jviâ Brindisi have been delivered. I

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