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BLACKWATER. [FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDINT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

JILAC/cjrATLI!. [mon AN (IU-AÍIOÍJVI,. co«IIESPOMIKNT.] On; township furthollast few days has liecii unusually lively, mrink to tliu numliur of wool lomos arriving from tit: Itarcno. Thc coming weeli will no doubt lie as lively as thc past, as 1 hear there is a n luther of teams camped at thc Kiglit-milc, v herc there iß some niue feed, the first, exeep ing thc Comet, for some considerable distance viz., thc Well. X must here say that it is i great pity thc Govern- ment docs not place ¡onie person in charge of this u-ell who will ook after it in a better manlier than it is i ow looked after. It is, indeed, a wonder to me that no accident has happened ere this, is all the logging has au inclination inwards, thc troughs arc too high and rope too she t, making it extremely dilficult and (langet ms to land the buckets. Tlic general hoi th, I am glad to say, is good, although the] ) are a few eases of fever, and sore eyes arc V( y prevalent. Sonic complaints re made of thc Postmaster her...

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

AN }¡SlfNWT\ FÜENCHMAN. I Tun 'lentil, in Paris, of Francois Vincent i Itospail, who was in t] o 84th year of Iiis »gc, I is an event in French 1 ¡story. Thc last scene of an unusually Umj and chequered life, devoted to Bciencc and bhc cause of the people, was perhaps the mos! imposing, and was the host possible panegyric on tho character of thc man. Our cahlcgrani, in giving on account of I the funeral obsequie i, states that G0,000 pemons followed thc icarsc to the Cemetery of Perc l.achaisc, wi ;rc thc interment took Iilace, liOtiis Ulalie, an eminent French listorian, himself sin ty-fnur years of age, delivering au addi :ss at the tomb. I Wc take tho followi: g from "Men of thc Time ": " Francois-Vincent lïaspai), a French chemist and politicia' , boin at Carpentras (Vaucluse) January !!), 1704, finished his education at Avignon, ind at thc carly agc of eighteen delivered a course of lectures on philosophy and theol gy. He was intended for the Church, but iftorwards studied law,...

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

ME. JOHN El Charters Tow« LIO TT, SOMCTTOB, THE "WERTHEIM" Locksticb Hand MacbineS Thii it (be Largest, Handsomest, But FlÄhed; and Most Powerful Hand Machine in rap world. It cannot ba deranged by ordmorguse, work« rapidly and noiselessly with the Ssatett caw, and ia easily learned, There advajpagaa render it especially auitable for the eonnHy. Ita application iiKraotioally unlimited j lt ; will tew any article*/ clotbiog that require« etitching, from Uualfl to dresaed Calico/ Linen,;/ Woollen Cloth, or (A Luther, withontchánge' of needle or alteraticwof tension. ' , Ita Weight, whiobtotrfiatea tb« neceaaity of/ any screwingorclamjang toIhelfW*-adefect that eiiats in nearly ejft othejuPnattschlnea will be found la greatjj^frfcge. It ia proriden jjelovPutent Loose 'Windfall Wheel, enabjuyj^hjrspool te pe replenished without ^f¡S¡^fi *'tu the Machine ¡ bas a Long ^aaf?*Sffjrding room for a large, quantity or work, and hal a Larger and Stronger Shuttle j carrying a larger quantity of ...

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

TliJi WOlifu'S FJilEN 1) ! llOLLOmY'S i*lLLS. To Puiá&tho Blood. These Pille have feen placed, by thc common consent of all nation, at the head of all remedios for purifying the Sood, and cleansing all the tieeuee of the body* They have saved thousands year after year fnjjfc falling a sacrifice to dis- orders of the etomBBh, dysentery, diarreha, con- stipation, liver complaints, ¿cc., a fact attested by myriade of wapeeeee. Excessive weakness and debility arejveroomo, and every organ throughout tho eyoem istfssnimated with vigour and healthful acöQn^eythie restorative and exhilarating madjPrae. ^^premale Disorders. Mo mamine can be so infallibly relied upon for^tfmoving all obstructions at thees Pille They never fail to restore a healthy action throughout tbs system. Holloway's Pills looa change the sickly and Ballow complexion, time renewing the bloom of health, To females entering into womanhood-üflssinthe turn of life thcec Pills will be taßK invaluable. They should be ta...

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

CHURCHILL'S S*ups, Limo Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty fori Consumption, and all Diseases of DebUitf ; free from any un- pleasant taste or smoli ELLIOTT Rixon., Si Co., Wholesale agent», Bmsbane. Elliott Bros, & Co WHOLESALE »KCGGISTS AND DRY S ALTER , Importers of l'atent Medicines, Druggi is' Sundries, Surgical lu trnments, Trasse , Etc, ; Soda-water, and ' ' Cordial Manufactnt irs' Goods. Manufacturers '"'Of Acid«and Chea iesls, Glass Blowers, Etc., '; Manufacturers of'S perpbosphatc, Roue Dust, ' And Crushed Bones! - ,' 1,10' and 112, PJrr-sTHKrrr, SVPNEV, and ' BRISBANE. ' Chemical Works land Glass Factory, Iron ' dove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE ; WINE. ?'??.. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and áokbbwledged toibe the purest aud cheapest 1 I tonio yet introduced ; it it the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens , the whole syBtemy and stimulates thc appetite, and is in valuable for Indigestio...

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

LIST of Unclaimed Letters at thc Post Office, Rockhampton ; if not claimed on or lieforc 12th February, 1878, will bo for- warded to the Dead Lotter Office, Brisbane. DANIEL PETERSON, Postmaster. P.O., Rockhampton, February 17, 1878. Anderson, P. E.; Äthans, Hrs. Jane; Allan, J.; Äthans, J. Bailey, Peter; Bell, Robert; Ben and Co,, Messrs. A.; Black, W.; Boyd, Mrs.; Bouler, A. C. R, (3); Bridegood, AV.; Brosniham, Mary (3); Bridewell, Mrs.; Brennan, Miss Mary, Calnan, Patrick ; Cahill, M.; Carpenter, F.; Castres, Mrs. A.; Charles, F.; Chardon, H.; Cowe, R.; Cort, Robert ; Craven, P.; Creed, H. ti, ; Crossland, II. Derniani, Lorenzo ; Delliii, Mr. ; Doimghey, Miss J.; Dunn, H.; Dwyer, Miss E. Eaton, E.; Edwards, L. A. Fennolly, T. ; Feulton, T. ; Foxford, T. ; Fountain, T. Gavin, A, ; Grezhani, John ; Gomes, E. R, ; Goly, C. ; Gough, K. J. ; Griffith, H. S. ; Gunhain, P. Hemmant, Mr. (3) ; Hansen, Kelhclm ; Han- sen, L. P. ; Hansen, H. P. ; Hall, M. B. ; Hoare, Joseph ; Hosking, \V. ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DO WE NEED A GRAMMAR SCHOOL? TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

DO WE NEED A GRAMMAR SCHOOL ? TO THE EDITOR OFITIIE BULLETIN. Sin,-Will you kindly all >w mc a few lines in your valúame paper for tí c following : I hear |>coplc talkin, about getting a Grammar .School hero, wi le others say we «lo not want one. Thcqiiosti n is-Do wc require a Grammar School ? Ipswich ami Toowoom ia, although smaller towns, can each hoost on ; why should Rock- hampton not have one If Rockhampton docs not need one, (Ira fimar Schools arc a mistake all over the civ Used world. Some enlightened individuals J ay that wc do not require such a school a present, and that secondary education can easily lie obtained here at private schools. Thc education de- rived from these private i jiools is very poor indeed, in nine cases o ten, and parents should not trust too nuicl to them. What wc must have is a good, sound, elementary education, co ibined with a good knowledge nf thc higher ranches of learning, and to secure this wc mu ; have thc Grammar School. Mr. Vowles sta...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A BALLOON ADVENTURE. (S. M. Herald, January 14.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

A BALLOO^ ADVENTURE. (S. M. Ifemld, January H.) AFTER Professor Vfclls had failed to make a proper balloon ascent from the Albert Ground, he directed his efforts towards the manipula tion of a Montgolfierl or what is better known T as a fire balloon, in nie pavilion in the domain. 4 The professor, either from a want of «kill or proper appliances, jarid notwithstanding a favourable reputation as an aeronaut, has been remarkably unsuccessful with his balloons. On thc Albert Ground he was much injured, and narrowly escapad being killed for want of proper attention i bile attempting a balloon ascent, and on Satui lay night last, in conse- quence of one of bis lalloon experiments, one j young man was bad f hurt, and another had J an involuntary trip mongst the clouds that created a vast an rant of consternation fl to those who saw him "off." After the usual 1 entertainment, consis inc of dancing and rope- T walking, had boen f liny got through in the tj presence of a fail y-sized audienc...

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

Shipping Announcements. TMK AUSTRALASIAN ?TEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM To SYDNEY DIB GT.-Boomerang, ou or about Wednesday. To1' MELBOURN E. - Boomerang will take passengers ant cargo to be transhipped ' at Sydney. To BRISBANE J) SECT. - Leichhardt, Wednesday. ,,.f> \ To BRISBANE, va GLADSTONE, BUN DABERG, and Mi lYgOROUGH.-Lady Young; This Morriu ;, Tuesday, at 10. ?^fît MACKAY.-T-Stea 1er, early. TS°¿R0ADS0UNÜ .-Steamer, carly. To COOKTOWN k N BTHEBN TORTS, Fassengera aud carg will be forwarded by «teamer Bunyip on unday next, to meet mail steamer in Rep] 1 Bay. WOODk WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton. JanfeA 23, 1678._ FOB SYDNEY vii BRISBANE. r i-" rpHB MELBOURNE 1 . STEAMSHIP COM JSMfilar F AyY't splendid NEW ^mBB^ STEAJfcR THE CLEMENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about THURSDAY, the 31swnstant. Freight and passenger booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle. . JOHN : 3RICK & CO., Agents. ORIENTLINE. STEAM TO LONDON VIA THE SUEZ CANAL. THE ROYA...

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LECTUREON TIME PERMISSIVEBILL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

I L¡¡< 'TUJIU OX TJtePE/tM/mVE BILL, j Mn. M'LEAN, M.L.J ., delivered a lecture on j tlie above subject t < the School of Arts on ; ? Thursday evening, lie Worship thc Mayor j presiding, There i rts a> large, orderly, anil must attentive audie icc. j The lecturer, wilt was well received, re I ferrcd in his «pening remarks to the evils of I intemperance chief!} as they boro upon thu i social and political phases of ti ic question. ! The testimony of gail ollicials, judges on the' Hunch, medical of Hours, anil, in fact, all who were in a position tc know thc actual facts of thu c:ise, combined i t show that the drinking usages of society w< io the cause of from 80 to 8."> per cent of tl i clinic, pauperism, and t lunacy now aillicti g the country, lt was ! therefore unncecssi ry for him to j trove that such evils existed, he fact being universally ' acknowledged. K en the late Sir ('liarles ; Buxton, one of tl/c greatest brewers of his day, admit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 22 January 1878

Mfa faming gnttrtm. ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1876. H AV apeone pr dieted fifty years ago tjjatlhe time wa ; at hand when intelli- gence would be transmitted in a few hours from one s de of the world to the other, the ' prop iel would have been treated asa harnless lunatic. Vet the reading public 1 as become so used to the feats of the t lectric telegraph in this age, that if, thr ¡ugh accident, the im- portant events tr nspiring in any part of the civilised worl i are not made known in all other parts within forty-eight hours, a grievance is at nee established. Last week the overla id telegraph line was voted a nuisance because a " break " cut Australia off ft )m Europe for three or four days, while fit :y years ago the people in this remote p .rt of the world were thankful when ne1 's could be conveyed in as many mon hs. Still, the public have cause for dis; atisfaction now when telegraphic comrnt frication is interrupted, because the com tant maintenance of intercourse ha...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

LA TER ENGL. SH NEWS. THE Whampoa brings fa few later English papers :- J A Vienna telegram says :-The news comes from Warsaw that the jdommission appointed to elaborate thc pro j eel bf the Russian Con- stitution has completed] its task, and that thc. Constitution will lie promulgated on February, 12 (March 2), thc anniversary of the emancipa-» tion of thc serfs. While this expedient is resorted to in order to pacify the agitation at home, the publishes a series of aaserta tions evidently destined to calm public opinion abroad] Tho Russian organ remarks that "It will be impossible to make Turkey pay tn indemnity which would cover the expenses. But a large Power friendly to Turkey /might be induced to advance thc sum Russia would have the right to claim. Russia cannot increase her posses- sions to the prejudice of territory bordering on thc Danube, which was given np in virtue of certain stipulations in the Treaty of Paris." Such are Ihc prospei ts the Golds makes bold to foreshadow...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

LICENSING MEETING. At an adjourned licensing meeting held yesterday, tiie Pol ie Magistrate presiding, tlie application of Thomas Mcdil for thc transfer of his count y publican's license fran Maria Creek to th ¡ Comet, was adjourned until next sittings U enable applicant tu make the necessary repair to his hotel. \

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

fiRKAT anxiety is beginn ng to be felt at Kew Plymouth for thc crops, )\ving to the scarcity of labour in thc place. The immigrante by thc last vessel are all al lorbed and more are reijuired.-The ncwly-or; anised Amalgamated Frioudly Societies Pinien I Reform Association is makyig conuilcrahlc p ogi'CNS. It has been resolved that*\vivea of neinhcrs of various friendly societies should >c |>criiiittcd to lie conic members of thc asl iciation. The asso- ciation, it is thought, wi adopt thc rules of the Victorian society, un er which a pemou caji bc buried plainly fe ' £2 15s., or with ?o4ch and pair for £3 ISs. -The gold raised at the Thames and out-disti cts (excepting Coro- mandel) has proved mm li greater than the previous year of 1876, and is the fourth greatest on the list sine thc gold-field was opened in 18G7, and repr sent« in round num- bers 124,000 oz., or £340. WO. This, however, scarcely represents the vs lue, iuasniuch as thc gold obtained from the t 'eatmcnt of ta...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for the1 Australian Colonies, New Zea- land, and Fiji, per Boomerang, s.s., close to- morrow (Thursday), for registered letters at ten, and for ordinary letters at eleven a.m.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to In-At Rockhampton, 0'53 inch ; Nebo, 0-21 ; Cape Capricorn, 0-I4 ; Georgetown O'fß j Westwood, 2"85. It was reported showery at Blacksoil, and like rain at Banana and Dee River. A thunderstorm had occurred at Ravenswood.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORDERS OF THE DAY FOR COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, 24TH JANUARY, 1878, AT 4 p. M. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

(MIDERS OP Tm DAY FOR COUNCIL M HUTING TO iE HELD ON THURS- DAY, 24 m JAN JARY, 1878, AT i v.u. j MITIONS. L-^l I 1st.-By Alderman '. IACFARLANE,,. ^ That this Council ulopt the Committee of Works' Report, No. 122, reporting on area for rubbish deposits, on road to Lion Creek, re- commending impro\cinents in South-street tjmd WilIiaiiJstieet» mil that the hye-Iaw to I ^compel landffii'iisoVT «Tiers of property topave \ he adopted liy thc Ci micil. 2nd.-Hy His Worsl p thc MAYOH,^. V Tliat this Council ulopt thc Committee of Water ¡Supply Hcpor , No. 50.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. OFFICIAL CONDESCENSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

tVIWESl'OXDENCE. OFFICIAL CONDESCENSION. TO Tiru Enrron OF TITE -TOLLI-TIIÍ. Kin,-As an illustration of the official in- solence ami con deseen s ion displayed hy sonic (»ovemment officers, I send you the following document received hy me from a RM. and C. P.S. stationed in an inland town not more than four hundred miles from Jîockîiamnt-un. I am, etc., . A JSTOTKOWNEK. / [C'lllrPLAR.] tl! " Police Office, -, / " 14th January, 18/8. "To (Blank), Ksi-., of fBlaiik.] vin order to meet the convenience of those paying assessment under thc Marsupial Act, 1 am willing tn receive your cheque in pay- ment of the same, hut should it not he drawn upon a Brisbane hank thc usual exchange must he added in order t" make it equal to cash when remitted tn.ltrishaiic. HI /VBLANKJ ¡.Thc demand for exchange, wc arc informed, is unjustifiable, as thc Union Bank receives niuiicy at every important tonn in thc colony <m behalf of tho Government and remits to thc Treasury at Brisbane /rot' of t...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY.-The S. ît. Herald of Hie l"th instant reports as follow i : The Stock and Share market was not very active yesterday. Quo ations for bank stock were much the same i i they have been for some days past, and thc only sale reported was New South Wales at 51 National of Queens- land wanted at Ci. Ul ion had buyers at Cl, sellers at 63. New Sm th Wales Government debentures maintain tin ir price ; 110 was paid for long-dated fives, dut in 1902 ; fours wanted at 93. Australasian 8' sam offered at lfljd. Mining shares quiet. The sale at Messrs. rhreldkeld and Co.'s rooms, this mo.ning, wa one of thc most sue cesfu] held for some tim« as far as regards tea. Nearly 3000 packages, damaged, ex Alice Mary, changed hands i <r cash at prices pro- portionately better than ound has been selling at lately. A shipment of colonial counter sugars was quitted at Cit' to £32 10B. ; white at £3fi 2s. 6d. ; and t ie cargo ex Dancing Wave, from Port fae kay, at £30 15s. tu £31...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR—JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

CALHSJ)A1I-.1AM:AUV. .MA , -7~"-^ DAV. Ç MIÍMUIIAMU. Moox'sAm: 14^,,,..,^,,. A al V. riaf »lon .. 21 !. O M 1-ir, Tues.. 22. IMO ysi Wed ..2.1 . 1-54 21S Tliara 24. 2 m ill Fri.... 25 :. 121 ii.in. :i-l:i :i-:i7 Sat .. 20 i.I.asKJnar. 4'0 4'2S Sun .. 27 |3nl aft Epiphany. 4-fiB r>-30 * Tim tillea reach their full nt tho J'ilot Station, Keppel Hay, 2li. 40iu. earlier ; mid nt Kockhoinptou, 30ui. later than tho hours shown in thc above table.

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