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PROPOSED GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
PROPOSED GRAMMAR SCHOOL. TIIE following requisition to the Mayor is being signed, chiefly by parents: - To the Worshipful the Mayor, Rockhampton. &nbsp; Sir, - The subscribers hereto,- recognising thc great value of secondary education, and &nbsp; aware of the serious disadvantages under which the youth of both sexes labour through the want of a Grammar School in Rockhampton, &nbsp; - do hereby request that you will convene a Public Meeting on an early date for the purpose &nbsp; of considering the following resolutions, &nbsp; &nbsp; viz.:- &nbsp; "1. That in the opinion of this meeting immediate steps should be taken for the estab- lishment of a Grammar School in Rockhampton ". &nbsp; &nbsp; "2. That a Committee be now appointed for &nbsp; &nbsp; the purposes of creating a fund, opening &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; communication with the Minister for Public Instruction, and carr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN (STEAM NAVIGATION 'COMPANY'S STEAM SHIl'S. To SYDNEY DIB 3CT.- James Paterson, Saturday Morning at 9'30. To MELBOURNE. - James Paterson will take passengers an I cargo to bo transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE BfRECT.-Yaralla, on or about Monday. To BRISBANE. MARYBOROUGH day. t-iA GLADSTONE and .Lady Young, Tues To BRISBANE, tu. BUNDABERG and MARYBOROUGH. -Queensland, To-mor- row Morning, Frilay. To MACKAY.-Seamer, early. To BROADSOUND To COOKTOWN À Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyipjn Sunday next, to meet mail steamer iii Appel Bay. WAD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Jaluary 17, I87S. -Steamer, early. A NORTHERN FORlS. FOR SYDNEJT vu BRISBANE. HE* MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM splendid NEW PAMY'S STBAMER-" THE Will leave ROC] SYDNEY, via MORNING, the (JJARENCE, PION WHARP for BllSBANE, on FRIDAY lftfa instant, at 9 o'clock. Freight and passlngers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcas*. JOHN SEADRICK & co., ï Agents. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
"Fur thin rt'Huf, SANDY BUGlfl liotioit fu it certa] keeper«. Liberal illowa! KICVKIt ANT) AUVK fulls. Sold by all utoreki STOMACH AMI UVI Tonic Antibiliouti :U tliankK."-HAM LIX CRIPPS'S Eye ;. Sold hy nil hturc THE ORGAN OF THOUGHT closely HyiHpathiws with tim lindy mid in always more nr lean alieutud hy Itu wcnkiipMS (ir disorders. íiníiííORtioii, for instance, cannes KjeiipicswnoHs, despondency, vertigo, hlim-cri vision, »nd other symptoms M'ln'rli nffect the hoad. Pineascs nf thu lt id ii ey« mid bladder idsn re-art jiiinrioiiHli- npim the brain. UHOLPHO WOLFKS SCHIKDAM ARO- MATIC Si'HNAI'P.S, a hmjs known mid widuly popular corrective cordial, relieves thone symptoms anti removes their cause. APID PROGRESS-PREMIER ..at popularity-Intrinsic merit. "iOSlli COMPANION, lt : thu Amt shipment arrived ; real))- pood, thnt Lhere are impanfmiH «oíd in Queensland fïf any other Hand Sewing POSITION*, tï lloduced I »rice of til] is only a few months but tho Machine is already wore Home mo...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 17 January 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1878. OF the ninety candidates for Grammar School Scholarships j twenty-two have passed, and all of diese but one arc from the southern districts. ^The reason is palpable. A grammar school scholar- ship to a boy or girl in Rockhampton, Townsville, or Cooktown would he practically valueless! It is worth just the school fees, or from fourteen to six- teen guineas a-year for three years. But to place a Rockhampton pupil in cither of the three grammar schools in the colony J ' costs from £60 t i £80 a-ycaf\_Thew ^¡holarship scarce! . frnt"~" T~"^--T rrhis, and parents ? /ho could afford to spend ¿sp to ;£6c a-ycar upon the edu- cation of a boy or ;irl, would not object to spending fifteci guineas additional. The scholarship, herefore, is scarcely an appreciable int ucement to pupils in any of the norther i districts ; hence the fewness of the candidates from the north, and thc ah lost entire absorption of the scholarship! by southern boys and girls. Wh...
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
l'OST OFFICIÎ MAIL NOTICE. MAH* for Hrisbwiu, jicr 7'hc Clarence, s.s., close tins jiiurjiiiig al eight. Mails fur liiiudalierg ami Maryborough, per Queensland, s,, close at tho ahove hour. Mails for thc Australian Colonies, etc., per James Paterson, s.s., close-for registered letters this eveuin nt six, ¡md ordinary Tettcrsg to-inorrovv morning at S'liO. Mails for Poils north uf St. Lawrences per Egmont, s.s., close to-morrow evening at thc usual hours.
PLANOFORTE PLAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
PUNOFfhiTE PLA YIKO. I TUE capabilities oflexecutants liavc more tba» kept stride with flic increased ctlicicucy of thc instruments they have to play upon ; ami, great as have laen thc improvements in pianofortes even iilour own day, thc advance in technical displly made by most einiuent pianiste since MosAJiclos astonislicd the world hy tho perforinaijpe of hitherto unheard-of difficulties, lias heel still more rapid and sur- prising. *1 Hut there is a lin« to all that is human, add it would almosrjceni that thc efforts nf a . "nigher«hoolof Avelopment" have atlast sticcefe Al in attainilg thc desired haven, not of d^fate rest, inwed, but of repose from the»J_¿sB¡ty . of socking further difficulties to surmount. Thcrl are at present various schools of pianoforte playing, differing from each other, yet nib entirely antagonistic. There is a Classical lihool, and one that may bc styled HomantÜÉ There is another that combines the intaHptual uualitic« of thc Classical with the ¿¡Ational...
EXECUTION OF CUNNINGHAM (From the P[?]riot of T[?]day.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
EXECUTION VF CUNNtNGHAit/ (From Ute Pckriot of TÊtfiïôy.) YKSTXKDAY inornilg, James- Cunningham paid the forfeit of his lifo for the murder of Frank Steinböcken known as Frank thc Austrian. Tho nu rder, it will he remem- bered, was ooDurii ¡ed last year. Tho mur- derer, a young mai under twenty-three years of agc, had start« 1 apparently in a career of crime. Ile had I en found guilty of a pre- vious offence, and neaped; and it transpired on thc trial that h had, after escaping, stolen ' a revolver out of a mt, from which its owner was absent. Arn id with this weapon, he had camped in c npany with his uiiattapeot ? ing Mctim,-*gató . whom he had no known grudge, sud muna ed him by firing a bullet through his terna apparently for tho trifling booty he got by tl enuc, This occurred at a camping placet iar the Hodgkinson, and other people cam ing near heard thc shot. Cunningham got c ar away, hut was arrested on landing at Bi shane. Bc was/tried at Cooktown, and ie evidence, though cir...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
A COLLISION occun d ou Deoember 27 between a goods and a ix tcrial train near Tannin (Waikato). Cons! arable damage was done. One man's legs i ere broken, and another much injured. Thc estimated ¡ amilntion of Kew Zealand cu thc 3lBt of Dec mber, exclusive of Maoris and half-castes, wi ? 399,070, being au increase of 23,219 during tl ; year, or at tho rate of 6'2 per cent, for thc 1! months. Thc ship Cante mry bas arrived at Tort Cliahucrs with 271 immigrants and 20 saloon nasscngcrs. Sile le Glasgow on 28th Septem - uer. I'hcrc were four deaths during the voyage-one adult nd three children. Lillis speech at uckland, Sir George Grey stated it was thc in mtion of the Government to abolish the pinn ity of votes in regard to county council elect ms. - The first section of large works for in? gating thc plain bi ween thc rivers WaimS> 1 kiriri and Selwyn Ais opened ou Dccembci^ iiailway cflinmunmiation between Christ cliurch and Dunedin is to bc completed in three months, 1 A wreck b...
NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
Koitrm UN MAIL NEWS. Un Thursday in ming (says thc Cooktown Courier) informa ion waa furnished to the police by some Cliiuanien engaged fishing about thirty mil ss up North .Silure, to the oiicct that one f their number named Ah Wah, had been i »eared the previous day hy the aboriginals. Thc body was conveyed to town by his c unradcs and a magisterial ciupiiry into thc vause of death was held before A. G. Cameron, Esq. J. 1'., shortly after its arrival. From tl c evidence it would appear that deceased wa . left in charge of the camp, whilst the reinaii 1er of-the party went fishing, and that during their absence, a party of blacks surprised the deceased, apparently i whilst lying ash ep on thc beach. He was speared through lie skull and in various parts of tile body, wini i a portion of some of thc lingers of thc left baud were chopped or cut oft'. Considering that tin's murder had bec» committed w ithh a fow miles of the town, it becomes the mon urgently necessary that the increase...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. j XàXVàur 17.-THE CIÁHESCK, . Captnln J^I>. Harley, fro^Sydaey viàï$rinl»aiio. I*ß - " " ~ * *" * ^a. J. HeaUrick and Co., Vf. H_._ Miss huey äfaaw, Measru W. B. O'Connell, J. Joj| Wood and Wood, agent* viii purls, _,_. !. J. lioiülituu, L. JolirwrUin, i, nud six In tho Htucmgu.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
IA special charge is made for consignees' announce- ments in this column.] January 17.-The Cl «renee, s.s., frum fiydiicy viii Brisbane : a packages bookit, 8b packages bani and iron ware, t packages groceries, 1 cano drag*, 5 casa« merchandise, 2 bags oysters, 2 cosen eine, l cane clmim, 6 bundles brooms, 15 bundles llanillo«, 1 case nrjnuums, 1 case powder, 20 maka soda, 23 packages Mindrie*. Ki Tho Clarence, s.s.: 1 parcel book«, vt. Hopkin*. ' January 17.-Queensland, s.s., fruin nrialuuie viii ports: 27 packages groceries, 2 client» 30 half-dient« tea, SO packages nines, spirits, and boers, 28 «WIM kerosene, 60 bags flour, IW bundles wiro, 31 packages Iron and hardware, 1 package drugs, 1 case clialro, 3 cases merchandise, 4 cases anns, 2 dram« nil, 31 s mats sugar^ 1 horse, 3 boxes cliiUiespegs, 23 packages
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
VICTORIA. MELBOüitKE, January 17. lt is probable that Mr. Franois will bc returned for some co istituency before thc meeting of Parliament text month. Tho probability of ,n carly dissolution is gaining ground, and i strengthened by thc issue of a circular fron thc Deform League to the country branches ncquesting thc organisa- tion of local forces ijo secure thc thorough registration of Liberal voters. Twenty-live members of tho Legislative Council and eighteen! members of the Legis- lative Assembly refute to receive further pay- ment for their Parliamentary services, on thc ground of illegality, Ihc session being virtually closed, and thc adjournment having been resolved upon only Iwith thc viw of providing payment for Ministerial supporters. 7'hc Cabinet halt decided that thc County Court Registrars si ill be dismissed. Judge Noel hoi been appointed a Judge without salary for he purpose of keeping thc County Court alivi A direct mouth y steam service has been entered upon by M issr...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
-' ---rr 1 lite Urning guîleh'n, ROCKHAMPTON. -1 I'M DAY, .1ANUAUY IS, 1S78. | I* . I OUR Melbourne ( ontcmporanes of the 9th instant, just lo lund, are full of " the crisis." Thc Ai \us reproduces thc supplement lo ll« Government Gaulle containing thc dism ssals ol civil servants, .md of course coi- lennis them in very ¡ decided language. Thc Agc gives a ' synopsis of thc d icument, and boldly j defends the action of the Government. In another caitlin will be found au extract from the last-named journal, which pretends ihntlthe dismissals arc to be the means of a Ithorotigh reorganis- ation of the civil sertice on a far more económica! basis llian bas heretofore subsisted ; while Thc Jlrgi/sargues that ihe dismissals will vastly Increase the cost of Government. So that, between ihe two sides, the average fiel And independent elector in Victoria IT ist be in a sad j dilemma. The audacity of ? 'w Agc, and the coolness with which ii the name of the ! Government it avows thc intention ...
THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 18 January 1878
THE I KL AKD MAILS. Post Town or Receiving Office. ' Maila cirilo at Rockhampton. Aramac .. Banana Blackall .. Bowen Downs Calliope .. Kimi Park an fl Cawarral G ladston e-overland . Leura, R.O. Lilyvale .. Rolleston.. Reserve, R.O. Rosewood, R.O... Springsure fit. Lawrence Tambo .. Taroom Toorina .. Y«am»ia .. . Wednesday, at 7 a.m. . Tuesday, at T jum. Tnesday, at 7 a.m. Wednesday, at 7 a.m. Thnrsday, nt 7 a.m. ! Wednes. and Hat., at. ; Wednes. and Sat, nt 7 Monday, at S a.m. 1 Daily, at" a.m. Saturday, at ll a.m. Thnrsday, at 7 a.m. i TnefHlay, at ll n.m. Wednes. and Sat., at Tnesday, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Sntnnlay, at 7 a^m. Tuesday, at ll a.m. Tnesday, at ll a.m. i Tnesday and Sat., at 7 Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Tnesday, at 7 o.m. Toesdav, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, nt " n,m. Tnesday, at 1 p.m. Arrive at Post Town. Friday, at 3 p.m. Wednesday, nt 3 p.m. .. Monday, at 6 p.m. Saturday, nt 6 p.m. Friday, nt 2 p.m. Friday and Monday, at ti Fridny and Monday, at 11 Monday, at noon Daily, a...