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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

Bx Boomerang, s.s.: i case, J. Beattie. míSL^?"""* «ase blue, 20 bag» rire 2 ca.T «Ä.aaÄÄ^yf1 ^ Potat00»' » taf- ite Boomerang, a.«.: H bags potatoes, J. »V. Power Ita Boomerang: a caws fruit, F. Finta* .' "? ' EXPORTS. i

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. j ABRltAL. s.s., 440 (ODS. Captain ». ~-.. ....... .,/noey din»ct F&sKcnpera Mesan. O'Neill, Black, and ten in the steemge. Wood and Wood, agents. DEPASTURE, January 22.-I,AnV VOf NC, a., 421 tonn, Captain W. Hill, for Brisbane via nert*. Ftaiiengers-Mn*. A. Rutherford, Mrs. fi. IL How and servant, Mrs. Mac donald and t*o cu1)dren,lMr». T. Hiinun, Mrs. T. Ingham, Mrs. E. M'MulHfn, Mr». H. Kavagc, four children and servant, Mesé». W. D. O'Connell, «. H. Mackay, N. F. Mackay. IL V. Wood, fl. A. Augnsteiii. J. Rutherford, E. lt. Bowl Hullivnn, ami I'ugta, and ten in tne steerage. Wood kid Wood, agents.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. DEATH WILEY.— On the 13th instant, at Waverley, Sydney, Mrs. Joesph Wiley,the beloved mother of Mrs. John Ferguson and David Wiley. Aged 65 years.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE [?]SIATIC BATTLE-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

TIIhftSIATIC BATTLE-FIELDS. TUE JV-iifi^orrcspoudcut gives thc following account otuie battle of tile Yoguis, which Ereceded the fall /of Kars :-A complete rigade under Cap un Mchemet Pasha held thc Little Yagni Hill, a division under Hussain Avni Pas ia thc Vozinltui position, while the Cominan) er-in-Chief, with thc main army, consisting of 13 lutterions, occupied thc slopes of the Alad a Dagh above Kharkana, with a detached po t on the Olya Tel«, 0<m" necting Vezinkui nd the chief camp. On the 9th, the Gn id Duke advanced and occupied Kial Ter Sabatan, Hadjiveli, and the eastern slopes o thc Great Yagni. Aboutji noon he opened a very heavy fire on the* Turkish camp, whian was vigorously responded to. The duel lasted until night, when the Russians retired oui of range and bivouacked on the field. The lasses on both sides were most severe. On tie 10th, the Grand Duke repeated the programme of the preceding day, shelling the Mos aim camp from dawn tilL dusk, inflicting ai...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 22., [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

/ÍWA-//Í4J//'7'UJT POLICE COUJiT. Tu'wi'tif, Ira unary ! BEFORE thc Police Magistrate. INDECENT BKtMnopn.-Catlierine Murray was scut to gaol fol' six months upon thc evidence of Constahjc Lowry, which fully proved the charge. BliE.VCll OF THU ItAII.WAV BlTi-LAW. Andrew Craig r. San ucl Graham. There was no appearance of thc defendant, and service of summons having he 'ii proved the case was heard fr. /mri/:-Ai drew Craig deposed that copies of tlic Bye-la i's were posted at liluck water and Dingi ; there were coi-tain fixed rates pi iscrilicd thereunder. Louis fïihson depo cd that he was railway guard on thc train t welling from Blackwater to Hoi-khainpton 01 Deecnihci' 21 ; the train stopped at Dingo, ¡ nd defendant left it with three parcels weigh ag about fourteen pmiuds each in his possessio i ; he went into Sheeny's store, and returned to the train without the parcels ; in rcjily i > witness, thc defendant stated the parcels were given to him hy Sheehy at Blackwn .er to leav...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A COLONIAL CAREER. (S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

A COLONIAL CAREER. (S. M. káald.) Tim news of the death of fr. Edward Wilson, will, wc are sure, be rect ¡ved with universal regret throughout these ci lonies. The founder of the Argus newspaper, i iiich lias been such a remarkable commercii I and educational success, he was natural y regarded as thc father of the Victorian Press ; hut large- hearted, noble-minded, t id far-seeing as lie was known and acknoi lodged to be, his comise) and support were choorf ully given in many directions outside hat sphere ia con- nection with which his m re immediate sym- pathies lay. Especially li s this been the case since his retirement from lie direction of the affairs of hie journal ; for uring his residence in England, his name has teen identified with every movement which ha l for its object the advancement of the i aterial and social welfare, not only of Victo ia but of Australia generally. Mr. Wilson was bora at Hampstead, in Middlesex, in the year 18 4, and received his education at a larg...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

. , , , SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. ASSAM,R-ILS^-WLU be despatched from Hobson's Bay, on Thursday, January Sf, for Adelaide, King George's Sound, and Point de Gaile BUNYIP, «.a.-Leaves the wharf this morning at two, taking malla and the following passengers for transhipment to the s.s. Elamang in Keppel Bay : Mr., Hrs., and Master M'Donald. BRISBANE, R.M.R-From Hongkone and Singa- pore was due off Cooktown yesterday, tine brings tue maus from England to December? via Brindisi, and la doe in Kappel Bay on Saturday next. CITY OF NEW YORK, H. M.S.-leaves Sydney on the 81st butant, taking tho usual monthly advices for England via Auckland and Ban Francisco. EGMONT, (.a.-Arrived at Bowen from the Benth yesterday. ELAMANG, u.a.-Left Bowen yesterday morning at au,' «nd ls expected to reach Keppel Bay this afternoon. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.-Now on her voyage from Uns port to Sydney, ls due at her destination to- day. ' ?? ? LADY'YOUNG,' B.-Left for Brisbane VIA ports yesterday morning at eleven. LADY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

COMPLETE ATJ.jfíS OF QÜEjaíSLAND. THIS A TL AÍ WUJÎMJC miblishcd shortly. Those i esirinLi prossorf^heinsolves of tho ï»e«t /util mont eliaWeffll nf^Ttftrict maiiK of tho Colony, Imund in i HUbj^tj^Fiimtmer, will do well to forwaT"d their o jeram^nft to ^ WII.LIA I H^/Piyilf^,/^ Hole Age t for the fdirOi.f Price to Subscri-rcrH, j 2 SR.; NontubscriberR, £2 10B. Prospectus nut ForraR on application. JCE! ? j C E ! J C E ! ' quantity, at FLYNN'S ElTJtOPEANIiHOTEL 1ST STIUÎET. NINE OUTlOF TEN of the odd BonBrttlonn in the vnriniiH pnrU of thc hm\y Milich annoy many perions arc traceable to wenkiiens and the irregular!ties which it bepets. Bodily comfort, is tile acconipnniiiient of healtliíul vigour and (t will assuredly return wlictiUDOLPRO WOtVli'S SCH MCP AM AÏÏOMATIC Kt'HNAPPS is employed to vitalizo the «ysteiu ami restore repnliu-ity to thu organs of (liquation, evacuation, und Aecretioii. " For thin rclicflmuch thankr.."-HAMI.F.T. SANDY BLIGHT.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion f« a ceAttn cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

CHracniLL'S fi nips, Limo Iron, Soda, add Componn a strongly recommended by the faculty foi Consumption, and all Diseases of Debilit r ; free from any un- pleasant taste or ame]. ELLIOTT Bnos., & Co., Wholosalo agents. Bi isbane. Elliott Bros, & Co WHOLESALE BfiCOGISTS AND DRY SALTERS! Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggisljr Sundries, Surgical In trunienta, Trusses3 Etc ; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufactures' Goods. Manufacturers of .Acids ¿nd Chemiials, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bono Dust, and Crashed Bones.? 110 and 112, PTW-STREET, SYDNEY, and BpiSDAliK. Chemical Works »od Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Bsjmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE Ti IN li. Highly recommeaded by the Faculty, and acknowledged to bje the purest and cheapest tonic yeti wtroducea ; it is thc best restorative for the young, weajjj, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulâtes the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheu...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

EUROPEAN MA ¡LS-1S78. Tonnr-s si HUTS HOLTE. AMU VES at Hockhainpton .. .. Jannnry 20. LE AV KS Jlockhampton. ., February 1. Mi:i,noi'nxi-:-SLi-x »OI<TF.. AH1U VES nt ltockhamptnnnlmut.. February ll. LEAVES Itockliaiupton Hlwut .. February12. CAMPOHMAN HOVTE. A1MU V1CS at Itockhnmpttm about.. Februar}' 6. LEAVES Jlocklininpton about .. January 20. jt5T Hie Melbourne-Suez mail arrives .it MF.L BOUIiNIS alwut IO days earlier, and depart* abêtit 10 day« later than the date nhow» in thc al wive table. The Califuniiati. mail amves at HVDN'KY about 8 days earlier, and départ» alunit 10 days Inter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

TO THE WORSnp^DL ~THÈ MAYOR, ROCKHAMPTON, j SIR,-The subsotibcrs hereto,-recognising thc great valle of secondary education, and aware of thc strions disadvantages under which thc youth ofliotb sexes labour through I thc want of a Gronanar School in Rockhamp- ton,-do hereby rennest that you will convene a Public Meeting o» an early dato for the jmr ]>06c of considoringothe following resolutions, "I. That in tba opinion of this meeting | immediate steps should be taken for the estab- lishment of a Grammar School in Rock hampton." I "2. That a Committee benow appointed for the purposes of creating a fund, opening com- munication with çic Minister for Public Instruction, and carrying out all necessary preliminaries to thejappointmcntof permanent Tr ustées. Such Committee to comprise thc following gentlemen, namely,-' Wc arc, Sir, Your molt obedient servants, E. P. Livermore John Macfarlane H. Macdermott C. H. Buzacott W. F. Macdermott A. Mciklc A. Buch Henry Beed William Pattiso...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1878. A FEW weeks ago, when Mr. A. H. i Palmer, M.L.A., was at Clermont, lie was waited upon » a deputation wlioj desired him to repr< sent to the Govem-yk mcnt the excessive < image charges made*! for goods transmit ed by rail. Mr. j Palmer concurred with thc opinion , expressed by the d. ¡putation, and pro- I mised to do his best to procure a reduc- tion. He also said hat he had adopted the Broadsound ro id for his station supplies in conseque .ce of the excessive | railway charges on the Rockhampton | line. The Pwk L owns Advertiser of Saturday returns t< the subject, and compares the resp« live carriage tolls ou the rival routes. It says that, including an average of £4 1 as. by rail, the cur- rent rate of carriage from Rockhampton is £13 ros. per t in, whereas on the Broadsound line th< charge is only £10, including steamer freight from Rock I hampton to St I îwrencc. Thc re- : spective distances ar...

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THE BRITISH FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

TUE lill TISH FLEET. Tun following cxtrifcts, giving tho gist of thc " coucluaion" arrivoll at with respect to our fleet hy Mr. J. \V. ting, Chief Knginocr of the United States iavy, will ho found in- teresting. Mr. Kin ; was sent by tho United States Government io report on tho recentJ constructions and i icchanical appliances for sliipB of war cxisti ig in Europe, with the ( view of " utilizing the information to the advantage of the nav J service" of tho United States. Mr. King'i visit extended from* August, 1875, to J ily, 1870. His report,/ from which our extra its are taken, is outitleijf .* Kui opean Ships of > 'ar and their Armament; Naval Adnúnistratioi and Economy ; Marino Construction and J pplianccs; Dockyards, fcc," and is publiai oil hy the Government printing-office. Wai lington. In his " In- troduction" Mr. Kiii| says :-For thc study of naval construction nd marine engineering the moBt important field of observation is Great Britain. Eng! id is in the forefront as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 23 January 1878

> ' Shipping Announcements. rpHiE AUSTRALASIAN 1 «TEAM NAVIGATION ICÖMf'ANY'S STEAM- SHIP, To SYDNEY DIB EC .'.-Boomerang, Friday, at noon. ÉÍ MELBOURN li. - Boomerang will fïjake passengers iud cargo to be transhipped at Sydney.. . . To BRISBANE D RECT. - Tinonee, on or about Thursday; To BRISBANE, VLY GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH. -Lady Bowen, Tues- day, To MACKAY.-Stealer, early. To BROADSOUND.-«teamer, early. To COOKTOWN i NORTHERN POUTS. Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip on Buuday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD L WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Januar* 28, 187S. FOR SYDNEY vii BRISBANE. Till MELBOURNE «EAMSHIP COM- PANY» splendid NEW STEAMER THE CLA9ENOE, Will leave ROCEHAMirON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about THURSDAY, the Freight and passengeA booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle. JOHN HEi HUCK & CO., Agents. ORIENT XINE, STEAM TO L0NDOÍ CAN/ VIA THE SUEZ * _ rflHEfROYAL NETHER JEaOL. 1 IÄNDS STEAMSHIP JWHKCOMmrS magnificen...

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A PERFECT SADDLE HORSE. (From Scribner's Magazine) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878

A PERFECT SADDLE HOUSE. (From Scribn r'g Magazine) IT is not easy to destrilie thc perfect high- bred saddle-horse so tuat he will lie recognised at sight by the .uninitfited, and the initiated need no such descripti m. His characteristics may be thus sketched He should have, first of all, large, sound, ,o¡ in-heeled feet, with thc frog well defined, the pasterns neither so long as to be weak, nor i ) steep as to give au unyielding action,-rc ker of medium length and sloping backward a little more than the front line of the hoof the legs, between the pastern joints and kne s and nocks, cannot be too short, and the ba< k tendons should bc so large and full as to gil 3 thom the appearance of width and flatness. Tho knees cannot be too large and full, no can thc hocks be too large and bony. The Forearm, from the knee to the point of the sin alder and thc hind leg from the bock to the stifle joint, should bc very long, and muscu ar, and quite free from fat or flabbiness. Th :...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BEST PROFESSION. (From the New York Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878

TBE BEs\ PROFESSION. ., {,Rrom the Mem Tori Thu». J ALTHOUGH the professional tempe rance advo- cates «re never weam' of dwelling upon the demoralising effects lof intemperance, they nevertheless believe tut nothing so developes all that is "best ant noblest in man as a thorough coarse of arunkcnness and crime. In fact, they hold that habitual drunkenness . is mon than a substitute for a liberal educa- tion, and <B unequalled) as a means for fitting a man to instruct bis fellow creature. It is true that this creed has never been formulated in words, but when ile note the profound adniiration which the ultra-temperance people . feel for a reformed di inkard, it is evident that they must have a fi m belief in the edu- cating and ennobling efl icts of long-continued drunkenness. During the past year . re have seen that, in spite of the general pr stration of business, the Reformed Dninkar has been busy and prosperous, There are ew other professions which are so lucrative ind...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE, MAILS for Brisbane and Maryborough, per Tinonee, s.s., close this morning-fur registered letters at ten and ordinary letters at Mails for the Australian Colonies, New Zea- land, and Fiji, »cr Boomerang, s.s., clgwafr the above hoursjajBorrow moTrnHgr-'*'"^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CURE OF DIPHTHERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878

THE CUBE oj? DIPHTHERIA. DE. E. N. CiurMAi, of Brooklyn, N. V., lias discovered an ant lote to thc poison of diphtheria, by whic > the percentage of deaths is reduced to less th in one in fifty. Statis- tics show that the [ ireentage of recoveries in casca treated undi r the usual practice is about thirteen, ot eighty-seven out of a hundred sufferers s ccuinb to thc fell disease. Diphtheria first < ipeared in this country in 1858. Dr. Chapm u, in 1859, lost several cases, and became listrustful of thc regular methods. He had ' cen using alcohol in the cure of ship-fever, a id he determined, though contrary to all niles to try it in diphtheria. To bis surprise, several of his patients recovered. He thai tried quinia, and found it acted well, but ni t so quickly. At last he settled on a combin tion of the two, alcohol and quinia, and ^ ith these remedies, he claims that diplithc ia is more amenable to treatment than nuv y common diseases. In ^ an epidemic, such as diphth...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878

.^MAGISTERIAL KÖSTER. «-*r"T Vasa, following ia the list of Justices Hir jfttendancc at tho Police Court for thc rcmain Sder of the week :-Thursday, 2-lth-Mr. 1'. F. / Macdonald ; Friday, 25th-Messrs. II. S. C. / Macdonald and Jolin Murray ; Saturday, 2Gth ¿ -Messrs, W. 'Pattison and A. J. Richardson.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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LATE MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878

LA TE M Ali NEWS. MK. GOLDWIS SMITH presented the prizes to" tho successful students of the Oxford School of Science and Art. In oping so he to(Sp casion to refer to the present depression Jot trade, and said that if England wished' to revive her market she mi st do so by multi- plying such skilled desigi irs and high class workmen as it was the bus less of the schools of ecieuce and art to train. On the 24th of Novembe ? the Montenegrins occupied Cettiuje. The T rks, having evacu- ated their entrenchment near Anamab'ti, withdrew to Skadar, where hey were received by the Catholic Albanians with rifle shots, in consequence of which an e gagement ensued. The Montenegrins are marc ung upon Skadar. Intelligence received from Jattaro stated that "Vie Turkish fort Chan) « urrendered to the Montenegrins without offe ing any resistance. Tie Montenegrins were preparing an attack upon the Turkish fort Nebai. / The Standard correspondent at Athens, under date 23rd November, writes :-The counci...

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