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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 January 1878

Shipping Announcements. r t- _ n IÎU AUSTRALASIAN jSeZ&Jk J STEAM NAVIGATION jSmmtiSk^Ci «PANY'S 8TEAM *3BBBBr$i [ps. To SYDNEY DI IECT.-Boomerang, on or about Wcdnosda *MELBOURÍE. - Boomerang will lo passengers ai i cargo to bc transhipped [Sydney. BRISBANE I SECT. - Yaralla, This Morning, Monday at IO. To BRISBANE, vi . GLADSTONE, BUN- DABERG-, and M iRYBOROUGH.-Lady Young, To-morroi ? Morning, Tuesday, at 10. To MACKAY.^Stá liner, carly. To BROADSOUND.- ^Steamer, carly. To COOKTOWN & -! ORTHERN PORTS. Passeugers and car 3 will l>e forwarded by eteamer Bunyip on Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Kc] ntl Bay. WOO ) & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Jan« try 21, 1878. FOR SYDNEV vii BRISBANE. XJ- _ rpi ~Ë MELBOURNE ^jgglHr 1 STEAMSHIP OOM ^?g&BrPAN "S splendid NEW ^^KBÊSSr STE .MER THE C IARENOE, Will leave ROCKE .MPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, Wa Bl ISBANE, ou or about THURSDAY, thc ¡1st instant. Freiglit and passengers booked for Mel- bourne-and Newcastle...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. LONDON, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 January 1878

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. I LONDON, January 17. Parliament WAS ipencd by commission to- day. After referring t the efforts made by the Government to av< t thc present war, to its resolve to preserv« neutrality where British interests wei« not threatened, and to the desire to seize the fi it opportunity to promote peace, thc Queen' Speech states that the Russian successes lad shown the Porte the necessity of bring: lg hostilities to a close. It states also that Tul (ey had addressed the Euro- pean Powers, and t lade an appeal for their good offices in terminati lg the war. The majority of tile Powers decli led to mediate, and Turkey therefore asked he Government of Great Britain to make < special appeal to the Czar, which had been d ne. His Majesty, in reply, . expressed his cai lest desire for T°"*V "", £/ -gare-his opinioi as to the course which^g should be pun led. Direct communica- tions had accoi lingly been commoncèâT/i 1 between Türke] and Russia; . whla^flp...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 21 January 1878

lite Homing §«lktw, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, JANUAKY 21, 1878. THE Marsupials Destruction Board for   the Rockhampton district have deter- mined to levy a rate, and that despite   the protests of many of the stockowners.   We think the Board have done the   proper thing. It may seem strange that   after inviting an expression of opinion   from the stockowners, and after receiving   several letters and a memorial against the tax, the Board should still determine to levy it. But although the objections   were decisive enough, the arguments in   support of them were not convincing. There exists in all communities what one standard writer stigmatises as "an ignorant impatience of taxation,"   and it was not to be expected that the people of Queensland would be wholly free from it. And it is very true that this lax will press unequally. In the first place the owne...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at fl a.m. yesterday stated , the rainfall tobe-At Townsville, 010indi; Cardwell, 0-33 ; Normanton, O fiÓ ; Kimlierley, 0'46 ; Tate River, 0 59. It was still raining at .. Cooktown, «nd at the Burdekin and Clmrters Towers appearances indicated rain. Fine weatherprevailed at other stations.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

'.THE ïKtAifù MAILS. Post Town or RecetTtttg Off.ee. Anmae. Banana. Black»)) Rowen Downs Calliope. Copperfield Crocodile. ftiarlnga. Emn Park Ami CnwnrrnI Gladstone-overload " Leura, H. O. Lilyvale. Mnrlhomnnh Rolleston!! Rmrv«, R.O. Rosewood, R.O. Sprinpinre st. lawrence Tam.*« . Taroom. Toorina. Yaamba. Wednewlny, nt 7 tvia. .. Tuesday, at 7 o.m. Tuesday, nt 7 «vm. Wednesday, at 7 a,m. .. Thnrsday, at7n.ni. Wedne*. ami Sat, nt 7 ft.m. Wednes. and Sat., at 7 nm. fttnmtay, nt 3 a. m. lollly, at 7 ft.T. Saturday, atll «.m. Thnwrlfty, at 7 a.ift. .. Tnesilny, nt ll n,m. Wednes. and Sat., at 7 n,m, Tnetvlny, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, nt 1 p. tn. Snturday. at 7 a,m. Tuesday, nt ll rum. Tuesday, at ll a.m. Tuesday and Mat, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 7 a,in. Tnesdny, at 7 o.m. Tnesdny, at lp.m. Amte at Post Town. Leave Post Town. Arrive at Rockhampton Friday, at S p m. Wednwrtay, at 3 p.m. Monday, At 0 p.m. . .. Saturday, at 8 p. LU. Friday, at 2 p.m. Friday and ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. GOVERNOR BOWEN'S IMPARTIALITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

COR1{ESP)OKDENCE. GOVERNOR BOWIE'S IMPARTIALITY. TO THE EDITOBIOF TÍIE BULLETIN. Sui,-Excuse tay ¿ 'awing attention to a portion of your Mel oume telegram (of ]8tli instant) in to-day's ii me of tue ('aprieorninii. Sir George Bowen i tliero represented as having at Hamilton oufirmed thc tenor of his speech at Portion , stating that " It was his duty, as Governor >f the Colony, to follow thc advice of his Mini tera in matters purely local, and not affectiuj thc prerogative of the Crown or the Imperia interests. I wonder does hiB Excellency's ahle intelligence ever revert to the "Navt es1" demonstration at Brisbane in 1806 (or 1917 I'm not sure which), where the two Goveaimcnt steamers, with "Í* liam up," lay in thlreach off Government '-^jjfse, to ensure somltliiug being saved out ofUlie apprehended wilek ! Sir <<eorge, then, with thc aid of Messrs. Herbert and G. Raff.llid not "follow" Mr. Macalister's advice «wilt issuing "green- backs." Can't heft find som...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CALENDAR-JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

I CAWÎNDAn-JANUAnv. I 27 3nl ait Kpiph.n L Tile tides midi tl ic ir full nt thu Pilot SUitmii, Keppel Hay, 2li. 40m. riirlirr : mid ¡it Hnrkhiiinptnn, 30m. lutw tliiui the lin urn MIKIWII in thu Jil m vc tildie.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MURDER OF MR. BATTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

THE MURDER VF MR. BATTEN. Ou» (Brisbane. Cou ¡er) correspondent in Carpentaria writes, ui der date December 20 : -"A horrible murde by the blacks has just been reported. The i afortúnate victim, Mr. William Batten, wai travelling with horses from the Calvert Bive , where with bis partner, , Mr. de Lautour, he h d beenmuBteriughorses. The party, consistir ; of the above-named gentlemen, a stockn an, and a black boy, separated at Settler ent Creek, about fifty miles west of the Niel »son River; Mr. Batten and the stockman Litken pushing on for Normanton with aboi t sixty head of horses, while Mr. de Laut nu* and the black boy remained behind, 1 be two former reached the Nicholson River ? t daylight on the 2nd instant, having trave led all night. On their arrival they found a arge number of blacks, amongst whom Mr. 1 stteu distributed ratioiiB and several other sm ll articles. The blacks then crossed thc rh sr, down which Aitken went about three 0 four hundred yards to fish. After fish...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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European Mails—1878. TORRES STRAETS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

European Malts-1878. j Timiir.s su t.\ ns ROUTI:. I AltlllVKS ;it Hork]lampton .. January 2fi. KliAV'CS Rockhampton ,. February 1. j MKUHH HM'.-SI'KZ IIOL'Ti:. ] AIMUVJCSatl.orkliatnptiiiitilmiit.. February ll. LICAVK.S Hockliiuiipton alioitt .. February 12. CAMI-MINIAN norn:. AHIMVKSat lioekhampt'tiiiiliimt., February fi. 1 1JCAVKS Hockhampton nhuiit .. January 2». ' Ä>T Tlie Miîlliniinic-Siicz mail JIÍTÍVPH at Mlíl, I ïlOritXK about lu days carl ¡ur, mid donarla ni HUI t 1 10 dav« later than thu dato shown fn thu nlmvu taliln. j The 'Californian mail nm'vcK at NVDNISV iihmrt 8 j days uiirlk'i; mid dujtartH abmit 10 day« lalor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

rvrms A TLBS will /be/^wftlished A shortly. Tl io* dooring to pRwewnljeMHclvoH nf tlic IrCNt mid mom reif»!UP net of^rjPTffiffi well tn forward theil ordern nt once XMf W Solo Aient for the Iftrtli. .AS OF <tlTKKNtíljANj Price to fiuhfcriliorM £2 2s.; Xon-Kutiurrilierfl, C2 ins Prospectus and Form* on application. J C E ! i FLYNN'S G E C E ! ' quantity, nt IIOI'KAN HOTKJ., ST STRUCT. DISHONEST TRADERS upon the credulity of tho unsuspecting have often nought to foist upon tue public ;flerV, adulterated excitants n* identical with or "aa gow! as" that commanding medicinal leverage and peerless remedy for weakness, indigestion, pro val, cont, »nd rheumatism, UDOLPHO WOLFF/S SCHIKDAM. AROMATIC SCHNAPPS; hut thc puhllc at large'¿ave become, in the Ia.st quarter nf n «entury, toolffnmWftr wítlt til« genuine article to 1» fin posen ou 1>K counterfeits. "Fur thin rellefjnucli thanks."-HAMI.KT. SANDY BLldHT.-CRÏPPS'S Eye Lotion -ia a ceftnin cure. Sold by -all store keeper«. Li...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INVESTITURE OF THE PALLIUM. ([?] from the S.M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

ÎNVESTITUIIE C F THE PALLIUM. (Ahri'lgr-l from Hr S. M. ilcrnhl.j TIIK solemn ccrcmoujl of investing thc Arch- bishop of Sydney wit« thc pallium took place at St. Mary's projCathedval on Sunday January 13. Tin's is thc first lime in which a prelate of thc Hornau Catholic Church has been invested in Auf traba with the pcculiar syiubol of supreme ec dcsiastical authority. A pallium was thrice pven to the late Arch- bishop Voiding-the two first being succes- sively destroyed by t ie fii*cs at St. Mary's old Cathedral. To thc' Archbishop Goold, of Victoria, the pallium has also liecn given, but in all these cases the investiture tonk place at Home and was mado in thc pixtsenec of if not by the Pojic himself! On this occasion it was made by special authority, thc senior Bishop of the archdiocese acting as Commissary. By half-past 10 o'clock, a great concourse of people had assembled at St. Mary's, and alttogchtcr there must have been about 3000 ' persons present in the building. Amongst ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

SBIPP/KO INTÉLLIOEKCE. j Al4lVA¿. JíNtURV 21 -Jin Keprfct Bay) RGMONT, e.»., 4M tool, Captain H. Wabberl from Sydney anil Brisbane. Sawangen-For RncUilmpton-MU» OM nra, Mis« Denmond, Min M'Oratl, and Mr. lt. Jtallonl : for northam port«-Mn. Sita, Mlfw Urenn, Itev. 1). T. Smith. Mesara. W. Colli*, C. V. Knight, W. (¡ropn, E. Honra bern, W. Roos,! P. T. Amhurst, Long, J. ? Wright, and C. WUllauu. I Wood and Wood, agento. . AEPÂBTiinEit; January íl.-(Prom Kelp*] Bay) EGMONT, u.R., US ton«, Cap tain U. Weblit r, for Cooktown viú porto. ( Aasengera-Miss Mary Iwrden, Mr. (I. .inlinxton. : fonr tn the steerage, and tilrotuju powtengerH. W<»oil | «md Wood, agent*. I l JoriMlt Sl.-VAllAI.LU 303 Ulan, Captain ¡ A.T. Edwaida, íor Brfobanl direct. Piumenisers-Dr. i J/oteph Maiic, one In the steerage, and tliruuRli pas sengen. Wood and Wood, agents.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. f Man« for Gladstone, Bundaberg, and Mary - ' borough per Lady Young, e., close tin's morning at nine. ! ' Mails for Brisbane, the Australian Colonies, etc., per Elamang, s.s., close this evening-for registered1 letters at six, and ordinary letters sleight. ,

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. vu iuuiwiuy, iinnuory zi, mr Anemul! George's Sound, and Point de (lille, thc Avn_" noding «temer, leaving Sydney for Melbourne un . Monday next. BRISBANE, II.M.S.-From Hongkong und Singa pore ie dne off Cooktown to-ilay. She luina* tho onalli 'from England to Deccmlier 7 rlá Brindisi, anil ia due tn Keppel Bay on Saturday next. BOOMKOAUO, s.s.-Loft Sydney for llockhnmptnn on Thursday afternoon, and is duo by thin moraine's tide. .CITY pF MEW VORK, R.M.H.-Loares Sydney nn the Slat Instant, taking the UBURI Monthly advices for England via Auckland and Hon Francisco. . EOMpNT, a».-Cleared Keppel May nt an carly flour yesterday morning, and ts due nt lion-en to-<lii.y IStAMANO, s.s.-I^t~ Townsville yesterday, nt noon, for Bowen. , JAMES PATERSON;, M.-Xnw on lier vnyngo from thia pori to Sydney, ls due al her destination to. ' LADY BOWEN, «.-Leave« Brisbane to-dny nt ono O'clock int Bockhsmpton ria porta. SOMERSET, R.M.R.-Leaves Sydney nn «re 2<...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEAK DOWNS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

-- I PEAK DOWKSDJSTBKT. ON Monday afternoon last (saya thc Copjier fi'hl Mbwr of Saturday) there waa a very serious fire .on the /farm of Mr. W. Berry, about eight miles away, on Douglas Creek. Mr. Berry had been put aU day with his cattle and was returning about four p.m., when be observed bis house jn flames ; fortunately no one was at home, Mi's. Berry being temporally absent with thc cl ildrcu. Everything was bumt, including a jout £40 in notes. Mr. Berry's loss cannot be less than £400, as the house and everyth ng in it was quite new. Great sympathy is i sit for him, as he lias had a very hard season i o contend with. By a statement of the Indian Famine Belief Fund, received froi ii Mr. E. F. Craven, the hon. sec., wo (iii icr) find that a total of £67 I Os. 2d. has bei a received in Copperfield, of which a draft for £60 17B. Gd. was sent to thc Mayor of Bril bane, and £14 IBs. was remitted to ltockl ampton by Mr. Wood- house. On Tuesday last {says the same paper) the Irovision...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. LONDON (no date). [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. I LoNiioN (no date). Thc troopship Huplirates, with the Sixth Dragoon Guards ar 1 BI'X battalions of artillery on hoard, hound fi . India, was stopped hy an Admiralty telcgra i at Port Said. LONDON, January 15. The orders telej -aphod hy the Admiralty to j Port Said, discoi binuing thc voyage of thc troop-ship Euphr tes to India, have lrecn countermanded. Orders have l>e n received at Malta from' the British Gov miment requiring every available building > bc put in n proper state of repair for tho occupation of troops, A despatch lias licen sent from St. Peters- burg to Vladicvosticks (Vetvopaulovsky î), a barbour on thc Pacific coast, ordering thc batteries to bc strengthened and armed, and the place prepared for any emergency.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. [REUTERS MESSAGES.] NEUTRALITY OF ENGLAND. LONDON, January ll. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

CABLEGRAMS. IREUTERS MESSAGES.) NEUTRALITY/OF ENGLAND. / I LONDON, January ll. MEETINGS liare bei country for many di Government the ma policy in regard to Thc Queen'* Speech, thc generally manif very tranqu^isiug ef held throughout thc past urging upon tho enanco of a neutral Hie Ilugso-Turkiah war. eing in conformity with opinion, has had a

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. USEFUL CREEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

Till: OA ¡IDEM A ¡in THE FIELD. . nsiîFUll OREKPKKS. TiiEinx.H'y of a coo! ng .shade needs withing td cn\umcnd it in Iiis fervid climate,/and cl i nil Am of some ki id arc esteemed beát for toe purpose of ínmisl ing it. For some reasons tiley aAe undoubtedly bust, more particularly bceansa tlicir growtl can be controlled and trained! at pleasure and summer/houses, trellisetl wal Its, etc, formed therewith a« fancy mVy dictate. ] or growing anmiid anti ubi mt houses and vc andahs they Aire highly objcetioimblc, as in lie first placa they form convenient hiding-pli ces for sual/cs, and in thc secon\l they encl irage a dam/mcBs in the timber shkded there y, which wrings a pre- mature delay on ace nut of thjb continuons beat. M"hl!i*c it is d mied desirable to grow climbers ol any kin to shaAe houses or verandahs, V trellis elu dd bc elected for them expressly alVnit two i set from/the house, the trellis lieing fcpeured b; braces lo the building. what crccpcrAarc at home iii this climat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TELEPHONE. LONDON, Jauuary 17. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

THE TELEPHONE. I LONDON, Jauuary 1". Satisfactory expel iments with the telephone were made before i iuecn Victoria, yesterday, at Osborne.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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[SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] THE [?]. LONDON, January 15, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

ISMCÍAL CORRESmSDESTS MESSAGES.] THE tEÑlANS. I LONDON, January 15, Sergeant M'Cartu,', one of thc released Fenian prisoners, ci tired suddenly while at breakfast with Mr. C. S. Parnell, M. P. for Meath, at his hotel.

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