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DISTORTING THE FRENCH NATIONAL WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
DisTojiTiXi THE PRESCH t KA TIO \\AL WILL. FltoM tho coiTcspoiij Arg«», dated tani' extract the annexed ceediiige in thc Ireuoji National Assembly The first division) in tho Chamber Deputies shoo ed tba parties bail liecn aei case for the Itcjinhl A liiert f¡ levy, the I who proposed thcapii of 33 ?ucmbers tn ' abuses of thc recent Jcucc of thc .Vilhoiirm: November 23, we jinpluc account of pro thc relative strength of .atcly estimated. The |eans was openeil by M. ?other of thc president, liiitmcnt of a commission Investigate tho electoral contest. Thc preamble of his resolution wosjeouched in thc strongest language, and his peech was scarcely loss emphatic in its acer lalions against Ministers. The house was ero ided in every part, and was soon in a fer lent of excitement, He complained that cv. r since thc Ililli of May, France hod .been treated as a conquered Jirovince. JThê coui tiy; he said, hail done its luty noblvxnnd coi ragcnusly, and it vms for the Assembly to do their dut...
BOTTLED SPEECH. (From the Scientific American. Nov. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
BOTTLED SPEECH. (From lite fiáaitific American. Nar. 17.) IT has bean said tin t Science is never sensa-f ' tiona! ; that it is in eUectaiaUnot emotional ; J but certainly nothii g that can he ennecivedj would bo more likel; to create thc profoundest of sensations, to aro isc thc liveliest of human emotions, than once nore to hear thc familiar voices of the dead Yet Science now an- nounces that this is possible, and can ho done. That tho voices of t lose who departed liefere the invention of th( wonderful apparatus de- scribed in the lette given lielow are for ever stilled is too obvio is a truth ; but whoever has spoken or who ¡ver may speak into the mouthpiece of tho pl niograpli, and «lioso word are recorded by it, las the assurance that his speech may bo repn duced audibly in his own tones long after ho 1 ia himself turned to dust. Tlicpossibility issim «ly startling. A strip of in- dented paper traveli through a little machine, the sounds of the atter are magnified, and our gra...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEÏ.-The S. M Herald of tlic 11th instant reports as folli wa : In the stock and ? larc market yesterday there w as more busine is doing. Dank shares were firm. Joint Stoc tchanged hands at 132, and held for 14. Ne - South Wales at 51 J, and were offered. V itional of Quccuskuid scarce, and wanted at 6¡j ; buyers of Union at Ol, sellera at 03. Peak Downs copper, buyers at 5s. Cd. At i Action Messrs. Bowden and Mills disposed of ! 9 Bank of New South Wales shares at 50?, 1' Commercial at £!)!. ls. Inquiry for trade lir is of bottled liecr and second class dark br tidies was thc only noticeable feature in tl ! import markets to- day. Breadstuffs renn in strong at late rates, with light stocks of wb at and flour. Maize was in active demand a the high prices ruling yesterday. The salt ni l'ket iias taken a turn in favour of holders of coarse Liverpool, and there is none offering a less than fifis. ; rock can be bought at 5s. li ss. The demand for candles is improving-1 es...
CALANDER—JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
I CAl.ANDKR-JAxt'AIlV. j j Ti uns. DAV. Ej MI:SIOIUMIA. MOON'S AO^HÍKIIWIIIIT c nt U. lint" Mnn .. 14 !. fi-.'iO &lt;i-27 TueH.. l.'i. 7'2 7'4fi Wuil .. Ul. 8-52 s-Ml Tliilin li I. fl;M 1(1.« Fll.... IS1.110-23 a.M. WM 11-2 Sat .. .I'lill Munn 11-27 ll-sn Sun .. 20 12ml aft Kpfpli.iny. 013 12 :(.'i * Tlie Kilts rant-li tlii-ir full at Un.' l'ilôt Ktiitiün, Keppel Buy, 2li. joni, uarlitir ; and tit lti>ekli:uu|itim, 30m. latur than thi' JHHIJ-* ulniii-n in the ahove tabk\
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
IMPORTS. I minUSÄ»C^Ia°J"T',de f0r COn8"n,6ea' mmmce Aiîî'VS. la-TJ»raBS Paterson, s.s., from Syrtnev CEests tea, ÎOÔ packages groceries, 249 cn*.« fruit 2S and iron wre, , packages statî ,eïy 18 tränte boot«, S3 bags rice, 50 baas onions S2' «erees tobacco, e bundles shovels and axes î^a*» gape^M packages sundries, and tmnablprnónt* for Ex James Paterson: 20 cases frail, F. Finberg. _J? J'Taf ,p'»'ar*'n: 2 "ales magnzinoii, 2 ciwes W rtopkîîis '1 po&lt;:kttge »«"dT. 1 &lt;a«e IwSS Kr James Paterson : 89 bags potatoes, S casos roil ! onions, 4 keg« butter, Aclieson and Alien. i7Í.T*S.f,P*'toí?ín' "." :,6 quarter-tieras tobacco, 17 tags potatoes, ? bags onions, Cherry and Low , i*"168 Paterson, s.s.: I case sundries. 2 cases confectionery, Meases fruit, J. Hart. uua"ts' tascs EXPORTS, i JsnaiuyW--lïnoaee, s.s., for Broadsound : l roll iSz"^,IiTB,?me',25 "V"1 rice-2 '"V!" «mano, IW pieces Umber, 10 packages furniture, 1 cases fruit, 103 packages »ines, spirits, and Iwe...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. j ARRIVAL, JANUARY 10.-.TAMES PATTERSON, R.S., S20 tons, Captain G. M. Wynn, fran Sydney direct. Passen! Bf« : Mesara. K. V. CliHoot t, tt. Ariel. K. Honey, and nine in the steerage. Woo . natl Wood, ag«ntN. January 16.-&lt;ln Keppel Bay) ÏXÏCHHAIÏDT, H.S., 469 tons. Captain G. J. Fin ayson, from Cooktown vii ports. Passengers: »1rs Williams, Miss Hartley, Messrs. G. Leighton, P. G irdnor, C. Fruslmoy, O. A. AugDsteln, Master Fresh ley, anil fourtetm in tho steerage. Wood and Woo [. agents. DKPA TORE. Jaimarj-16.-TUÍONKI ispeas tons, Cnptaln C. Williams, for Broadsound. Passengers : Mrs. HoUrim, Miss'PiortharjQ. Messrs. He iron, Per£nson;and (ive in the steerage. Wood and 1 rood, agents. direct. Passengers: Mri. Urta John O'Rourke, Robert Bnllard, Held, H. Suthe?-? -" l Woou, agents. . MessT. ririßfrs, i,-,--, --.-- .unk BOUT, Blooin Uelil, H. Sutherland, and C. H. rialmonil. Wood ami OL ¡ARANCE. January 16.-WATE tWITCH, schooner, IBS tons. Boyle auste...
PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
PETTY 1 &lt;EBTS COURT. BEFORE the Police 1 logistrate. Six cases were i ettlcd out of Court, ouc withdrawn, two &lt; mtinued for service of summons, three v ere struck out, and in three thc amounts \ ere paid into Court, In the following cause > verdicts were given for the plaintiff's for th amounts claimed. UKTJEFI SUED CAUSES. Jolui Beattie v. I Egan-Goods sold, £20 3s. Gd.; costs, £4 5 . Gd. Same v. Mrs. , ames-Goods sold, £30 ; costs, SA Cs. Od. Same v. W. Pe|,t-Goods sold, £2 10s.; costs, £4 14s. Cd. Same v. E. Barkel--Goods sold, £G 12s, Cd. ; costs, £4 14s. Cd. S. Butcher v. V . S. Wilson-Goods sold, £1« ISs. Od.; costs, £3 IOs. li. Henderson v. fohn lice ves-Goods sold, £C!ls. 2d.; costs, £ 14s. Fung Kong v. Marcel-Goods sold, £1 4s. 7d. ; costs, 15s. DEFEN IE» CAUSES. SLANDER. - Joh i Hourigan v. John Jackson. Mr. C S. D. Melbourne for plaintiff; Mr. Hem ' Milford for defendant, wdio pleaded not gui ty. This was an action to recover £30 as damages for an...
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Wednesday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
fa POL ROCKHAMPTON POUCE COURT. Wedimdàii, January. 10. I i Alai BEFORE tlio l'olicc LARCEN V. -Frcdefic] with the larceny of eightpence. Senio* posea to the prisof custoily hy Mr. A Hotel yoBtcrilay afij of jam produced the prisoner was for larceny, and pcnuatiou for amollit William Allen depof of thc linn of A eli business in WillianV about a quarter to he heard a boy say jam from the store saw prisoner and os] jam lie had taken ; nine and witness ov harut Hotel, a gcntlf! he gave prisoner ii Breafclt deposed Mr. Walton B corni taking jam from A ell putting it in his alli: of thc fact.-John stated that he knewl years ; lie was managing of the Great Pacific j ' been mostly living! about twelve months in an hotel at the Df business ; witness his mind. The pr summarily dealt mouths' iinprisonimjnt igistratc. sk Norris was charged a tin of jam, valued at Sergeant Braunclly de icr being given into his Allen near tho Leichhardt ernoon ; he found thc tin " ie the prisoner's shirt ; icted...
THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS,] NEW SOUTH WALEs. SYDNEY, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
THE SOUTHERN COLONIES. [EEOTER'S NEW fTELEQRAMS.] rn WALES. SYDNEY, January 16. It appears that W&lt; Ils, the "aeronaut," was . not killed, as report« 1. At the inquest held upon the death of Harden a verdict was returned of manslai ghter against Wells, the accident having heel caused by the bungling - an incompetency of Vella and his assistant. lu reply to s d putation yesterday, the Premier (Mr. Fan :11) said that his own opinion was that t ie restrictions upon the importation of stock might be safely removed if strict quarantine ' rere enforced. He would consult the Chief In peotor of Stock, however, before taking action Thc Rev. Mr. La res says the report of the master of the Bert a, at Cooktown, exaggerr ates the facts. T e crew never visited the locality in which &lt; ley testify to have seen gold found. Mr. Cunningham, of New York, who was implicated with Hi zekiah H. Hall in the Pacific mail contrae fiasco, has paid £10,000 to the Governments if New South Wa...
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
COLONIAL ^TELEGRAMS. QUEEfc 3LAND. [MOM ora OWN IOHBESFONDEOTS.] B tiSBiifE, January 16. THE luncheon in connejtioD with the Annual Show of the East Moisten Farmers' Associa- tion took place yesterday, the Hon. J. Douglas, presidont, in tie chair. Mr. Beattie proposed thc health of the chairman, and ex- pressed a hope that helwould endeavour to got a Local Government Bill passed as soon as possible. He spoke in fche interesta of the farmers. Mr. Douglas, lin responding, said they certainly wanted li Local Government Bill, hut one, perhaps les! pretentious, though far more useful than tba bill brought before the House last session. ' he primary consider tion, he ' thought, was t give vitality to the local centres of industry and society, which were far more numerous t ian those shadowed forth in the last bill. This afternoon's Teleg 'aph says that Mr. i Thorn's resignation will irobably be deferred for a few weeks, pen ling the return of Ministers from Meibom ie and the choice of Iii...
European Malls—1878. TORRES STRA[?] ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
European Malls-1878. TOHIIKS STIIAITA HO UTK. AlïIMVKs at It«ii'kli;iiiiiit-iii .. .lim un ry 2G. I.ICAVKS ItockUampton .. February 1. Mi:i,mii'iiM:-Kri:z norm AlîlIlVIOSut Ü.»kh:iinptoii!i1iout.. .Inmiaiy IS. LKAVEK Jtuckhauiptou altout .. Fiïl>ruuiy lti, OMFOUNM.V ROUTH. AIUïïVKSat Itnckliiiuiptou iLbnut.. February 8. LEAV1CS ItockliîHiiptoii ni huit .. January:!!?. ftâT The McUitmniG-Suez mail arrives nt MTX DOIT UN K illicit lü days i-arliur, und depart* alunit lOdays later than Ute date* BIIOM» in tim almve tal iii1. Tlifí Odifuriiian mail nnívuH at KYDNKY about 8 daj'H oarlli.1!', and departa alunit 10 days, later.
MR. M'LEAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
Mit. M'LEAATS VISIT./*, A FESTIVE gathering took place J tlie School of Arte, iuhonour of the visit of Mr. 1'. M'Lcan, M.Ii, A. who is at thc head of thc Good Templar On ;r in Queensland, The soiree, though got p by tho members of the two local Good Ter piar lodges, was open to thc public, and thc ittcndancc at thc tea was very large, considcri lg thc brief notice given. The hall was profus itv decorated with many coloured tanners, i id tho tea arrangements were in every resp ct satisfactory, Mr. J. Richards furnishing he requisites. The tables were presided over h ' ladies, mostly members of thc order. Thc tea was follov ed by a public meeting, thc hall being on ivded. Mr. Abraham, H.G.AV.C.T., occupiid thc chair, and was accompanied to thc j latform by Mr. M'Lcan, M.L.A., and thc o iccrs belonging to thc Excelsior and Kitzi >y Lodges, all wearing their regalia. The " ;Jood Templars* opening ode " having been 6u: g, Thc CHAIIIMAN, in i short prefatory address, said that live day...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
OHCBOHILL'S and Compon} by fhe faculty f Diseases of Debi! pleasant taste or sm Wholesale agento, îjrrups, IAme tran, Soda, ids strongly recommended Consumption, and all ; free from any un Eixiorr BROS., & Co., Brisbane, Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE JBCGGISTS AND DRY SALTER I, Importers of Patent Mediotnea, Druggists' Suudrios, Surgical In trámente, Trosse , Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufactui srs' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Ohemioals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bone* 110 and 112, PÎTT-STREET, SVDNKY, and BRISBANE, Chemical Works «nd Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Kilmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be thc purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for tbs yoong, weajt, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, ind stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable fol Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Kbaumatism; Fever an...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. I BOOMERANG, n.e.-Arrived at Sydney from Hock hampton on 8undsy, and leaves on her return trip thu afternoon; CjTV OF NEW VORK, RM.B.-Leavea Sydney on the 81st instant, taking the usual monthly advices for England via Auckland and San Francisco. ELAMANG, s.s.-Arrived nt Townsville from «ie south on Tuesday night JAMES PATERSON, s.s.-Leaves for Sydney direct on Satnrday. morning at 0'30. LEICHHABDT, as.-Passed into Keppel Bay at 4 p.m. yesterday from the north. LADY BOWEN, B.-Entered the Mary River ye»* terday et 8 a.m. from the north. LADV YOUNG, «.-Probably left Brisbane for Rockhampton via ports on Tuesday nt 1 p.m. MALAY, brig.-Arrived at Newcastle from Cock, bampton on the 8th instant. QUEENSLAND, s.-Left Bundaberg yesterday at 6 a.m. and should arrive hore by this morning's tide. SOMERSET, B.M.S.-Leaves Sydney on the seth Instant, taking the usual monthly advices for England via Torres Stroit«: ? TINONEE, s.s.-Left for Broadsound yesterday afternoon at fire....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
TITI; namco or «ie stock of DR^pERY & CLOTHING MEIK|E & STEWAHT'S IK this ninth being offered at FAnukoro Pniciis, ron Casu, To coallie ipem to close thc I'art ncrshij) Account by thc end of January, t ALL Recounts against thc Estate to bc sent in on or before thc 31st January, to ALEX. M lil RUC, «ho will continue thc business on pis own account. i X C II A N G E, i i F. F. SUDDENS "PEOPLE's| WAEEHOUSF," EASn STREET, ROCKHAMPTON, £S allowed hy all lo lie thc liest and Cheapest General Warehouse, North of Brisbane, c inlaining a very exten- sive and wcll-assoi ;cd stock, in endless variety, of ALL KINDS OllMERCHANDISE, Bought in tho best Çolonial, Foreign, and British Markets, and fir sale at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE mcot tho times. Grocery Department TEAS-Finest New Season imported, to Medium and Gold Ration. COFFEE-FincBt Plantation, roasted and ground by stcanf power. COCOAS, CHOCOLATll & COCOATINA All the best malíes SUGARS-Loaf, Refine!, Crystal, Yollo...