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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. ' THE reports ending ot B a.m. yesterday stated 1 the rainfall to he-At Rockhampton, 1-00 inch¡ Maryborough, 0'05 ; Gladstone, 0'12; Woody Island, 0-05; Keppel Hay, 0'37; Marlborougli, 0'45 ; St. Lawrence, 1 -Ol ; *- Nebo, 1*63 ; Banana, 0'27 ; Westwood, 2-15 ; t-\ Boweu, 0'56; Townsville, Ü'5'.l. lt was i1 ¿ raining at Bundaberg, Bowen, and Burnett 1 Heads, and appearances .indicated rain at I \T. ll Yaamba, Dee líiver, and Thornborough.
THE MAILS. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
THE MKILS. LINDON, January IG, Thc P. and 0. Co.'s 1 .M.S. Tanjore, with tlie mails from London ti the date of Decem- ber 21, via Brindisi, left 'oint de Gaile on the 12th iustant, one day in advance of contract date, bound for Australii. The P. and 0. Co.'s R M.S. Siam, with the Australian mails for Eng and, arrived at Point dc Gaile on the 15th in tant, turee days in advance of contract date (Thc following cablegrams were detained throiurh interruptions in the land line , and have been partially anticipated by our "Special I essuges."] 3 . Le ND0N, January IC. '/. Advices froinmjnstan iinople state that a great battle was Fought lear Philippopolis on the 14th instant, that fig! ting was renewed on the following morning, and that the in- habitants of the city, LS well as those of Chirpan, a town about j 0 miles distant, had been orderedHo leave, j The Kaffir disturban je ÍB likely to have an early settlement. I IANIPON, January 17. Thc Governments ofjAustria and England have inform...
THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
~ í THE INLAND MAILS. Post Town nt Receiving Office. Aramac Han rina .. Blackall .. Brfwen Downs .. Calling. Clermont Copperfield &lt; r«>cn.Hle .. Duaringa. F.mn Park ami Cawarral iïladetone-overland Ivnra, R.O. í.ityvalc .. Marlhnrongh ïtollcston.. ïïeserve, R.O. Mails clow at Rockhampton Wednesday, at 7 ¡tm. .. Tnesday, nt 7 a.m. Tnesday, at 7 o.m. Wednesday, nt 7 a.ra. Thursday, at 7 a.m. .. Wednes. and Sat., at 7 a\m. Wednes. and Sat, at 7 a.m. Mnndav, atSa-m. Daily, at 7 a.m. Saturday, at ll a.m. .. Thnrsdav, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at ll a.m. Wednes. and Sat, at 7 a.m. Tnesday, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, at I p.m. saturday, nt 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 11 a.m. .. Tuesday, at ll a.m. .. Tuesday ami Sat, nt 7 a.m. Tnesdav, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Arri re at Post Town. Friday, at 8 p.m. Wednesday, at 3 p.m. . Monday, nt 6 p.m. Saturday, ot 6 p.m. Friday, at 2 p.m. Friday and Monday, at noon Friday and Monday, at 1 p.m. Monday,...
[REUTERS MESSAGES.] THE WAR. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
[REUTERS ÍESSAQES.] THEWAB. IONDON, January 19. I Thc suspension of hos! ilities throughout Bul- garia has been agreed u; on. 1 iNDON, January 21. A telegram from Cons antinople Btates that there is great excitemen among thc Mahomc dan population of the Levant, and that in Stamboul irritation is i manifested against The Grand Duke Nie iou«, brother of the Emperor of Russia, has n >tified to the Turks that he is ready to receiv : delegates to arrange for an armistice, hut pro! ¡sses ignorance as to thc conditions of peace. Thc Russians have no« completely invested Erzeronm. Mamyk Pasha has b en invested by the Porte with full power to Teat for an armistice, and has started for Kaza ilik. The Russians arrived before Adrianople on thc 19th. Tlie garrisoi evacuated the city, retreating towards Cons tntinoplc. Thc Sultan has caller out all thc men at Stamboul capable of bearing arms, for military service, in 011er to defend the Tchckmedje lines, whic i bar the way to the capital. A ge...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. ASSAM, R.M.S.-Will liedoiipatcllulrro Bay, to-day fur Adelaide, King (¡coree* Point du «kile. BURNETT, ».B.-Mt IhradalHTg fm- Rodiliaian ton on Tuesday, and was rejtoitod wind hound juster day at Burnett fiends. ROOMEHAKfí, s.s.-Tokes lier iicjranure for Sydney direct at noon tfl-inorrow. IlltltiBANE, It.M.S -From Hongkong and Kingn pore arrived »,ïf Cooktolvn at dayjiiibt yi'Sti'rdav. Silo tiring» the malla from England to lleceiiilnjr 7 viii Brindisi, and is duo in Koinie] Hay on .Saturday next. CITY OF NEW VOI1K, Jt.M.K.-Leaves Sydney on thc 31st instant, taking thu usual tuontitlv advices for Kngland lia Auckland and Sun Francisco'. CRINOLINE, schonnor.-Luft Marvlmmngh Townsville on the 18Ul, anti pissed Ollie l'a)»ric inward at 4 p.m. on Tucsduy owing to adverse wine EGMONT, B.B.-Arrived at Townsville from the south on Tuesday night. * fn flight JAMES PATERSON, I this port to Sydney, i LADV VOUNQ, s.-Arrive! at Gladstone from Rockhampton at two a m. yesterda...
THE SAMo[?] GROUP. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
THE SAMoilî GROUP. I LONDON, January 21. A treaty of comme ce and friendship has been concluded betwee America and Samoa. A telegram from Bcrlir states that the Samoan representatives there ai ; concluding a treaty with the German G ivernmcnt, and that Starnberger is derna ding £400,000 com- pensation from the Brit sh Government for an alleged outrage to whic he was subjected at .Samoa by a British mai of war.
CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORREDPONDENTS MESSAGES.] THE WINTER CAMPAIGN. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
CABLEGRAMS. ÍSPÉCIÁL ~ëOK^BsbotiDsyrs MESSAGES.) j*i THE WINMER CAMPAIGN. J ,. ll LONDON, January 21, THE* Russians ocrauSi >d Adrianople on Satur- day, the Turkish tn 3ps, after destroying all thcNmunitions of wa which they could not carry^rwayv-sAd bio' ing up the Seraglio, re- treating in the direct! n of Stamboul. Nothing de&uite ie known as tojbe JtilUlU11 tice. The Sultan has apr »led to all Mussulmen, to defend Stamboul a| tinst the imbers. An insurrection has I rokcr/ out in Thessally. A Moscow tolegram tates that the Russians intend trying Osman P sha, and otherjuriish officers, by court ma tial, for thc alleged | murder of a number f Russian prisoners at Plevna. j
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S78. THE Americans have Unsettled faith in -many time-honoured tjSories during their brief existence as a nation. Inhabiting a country of enormous/ geographical ex- tent, the necessitj of improved internal communica ion lias pre- sented itself to tl em in an im- perative form. Those ¡nterprising people who set out with th determination to turn the prairies of tl e west into culti- vated estates, were i niirely dependent forsuccessuponthe pe ssibilityof reaching a market. Great rivi rs gave encourage- ment to pioneer setll ment, but they did not provide sufficient means of transit for the farmers on the ' back blocks," and they did not comm inicale directly or speedily enough with iew York and other great commercial centres. So railways were undertaken on an enormous scale, and theirprojectors,i otcontentwith pene- trating parts of the country unprovided with means of trat ¡it by water, started them also to run alongside navigable rivers, and compe...
THE CRISIS IN VICTORIA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MR. BEERY RECEIVED GREAT OVATION AT GEELONG. MR. FRANCIS REFUSED A HEARING AT WEST MELBOURNE. NO COMPROMISE! [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
THE CRISIS IN VICTORIA. [Bv ELECT!rc TELEGRAPH.] ¿Jf ME. BEERY UEffiEIVEDxGREAT OVA- TION Afr GEEJTONG. MK. FRANCIS IIEFUSED A HEARING AT WEST MELBOURNE. NO COMPROMISE [FROM oun CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, January 22. LAUT evening thi Premier (Mr. Graham Berry), aecompaui d hy four of his Ministerial colleagues, addr&lt; äsed his constituents at Coolong. His au hence comprisod seventeen hundred i>crsous, ' ho assembled in the hall of thc Mechanics' institute. Special trains brought two bund ed and fifty persona from Melbourne and six hundred from Ballarat ; thc latter, however, ai iving late, were unable to gain admittance. Mr. Büiinv, on i ¡sing, received an ovation. Thc applause hav ng subsided, lie said the tJoveromcivt were &lt; ily carrying out thc will of thc country as expressed at thc last general clecti m. Thc action of the Legislative Council at present was only the continuance of a eng course of aggression against the lights ol the people. Referring to j...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
í ' NEW SOUTH IVAIJIS. 11 SYDÏEY, January 23. j 1 At thu meeting of Parliament, yesterday, sixteen members took their seats on thc Go- vernment side of the House, sixteen on the cross-benches and seventeen on the Opposi- tion side, including Sir Ilelry Parkes. The report that Sir Heiiry Parkes contem- plates retirement from political life is authorita- tively denied. / It is expected that a coalition will shortly take place between Sir/ Henry Parkes, Sir John Robertson, and Mn Stuart. In tile Legislative Assembly to-ilay, Ksti mntcs were tabled cotitainiug an item of i'Tü.OOO for immigration purposes. Mi". Stuart gave nofticc that to-niorrow he would move, "Thatlbe programme of busi- ness of thc present session, as submitted by the Government, isl unsatisfactory to this House." I On thc motion of J Mr. Farnell thc House adjourned till to-morrow. It is considered ffliat thc Government are certain of a large majority. Thc tender of Cornwell, Mixner, and Co., a Victorian firm, has peen...
CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
CAUinnMA.v norm. ] AlilllVKSni ]l,iilcli:niipt.iiiiili"ut .. IVliriiarv s. I.KAVHS lliK-kliiuiiptini alic.ut .. January':!:). W The MvIliMirneSuez m:iil arrives :it M1X ltol'UNH nliiiiit NMavs i-nrlii-r, ami III.TOUK ¡limul 10 ila; s l:it.T timi tile &lt;l:iU&lt; ?ll.iu ii in tile iilimn tallie. Tin- «'iJifoiniiiii mai] arrives at SYDNKY uliout S i days earlier, ami departs nlinnt lt) »lays Inter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lira« Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by tho faculty fcc Consumption, and all Diseases of DobiUty ; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT linos., & Co., Wholesalo agents, Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS,! Importers of l'atout Medicines, Druggists! Sundries, Surgical In .truments, Trusses, lite.; Soda-wuter, and pordia] ManufacturcrslGoods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., : Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones, j 110 and 112, Prrr-sVHKET, Snisny, and BULSIANE. Chemical Works andi Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WIJÍE. Highly rccommendel hy the Faculty, and acknowledged to be ttfe purest and cheapest toni« yet introduced ; ft is tho best restorative for the young, weak, ap'l aged ; it strengthens the whole system', and stimulates tho appetite, and isinvaluablcíor Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
IMPOUNDED at Yaamba, ou the I5tb January, 1878, by Mr. Jame« Murdoch: Grey horse, branded A2C near shoulder. Chestnut horse, branded blotch like 00 off rilis, 8 near rump, and like m over broad arrow near shoulder. Bay mare, branded 2 over IV over 7 near shoulder, WP off shoulder. Bay yearling colt at foot unbranded, Bay maro, star on forehead, four white feet, branded NN2 near shoulder. Bay draught colt, near hind foot white, branded like 4UU near shoulder. Old red and white cow, branded MJ4 near ribs, blotch off loins, bar over lil off ribs. White steer, branded blotch like T7S near ribs, no ear marks. White bullock, branded like CM5 near rump. lied and white heifer, branded blotch like KIA or KX2 off ribs, no ear marks. If not released will be sold on the 22nd February, 1878. A. GEDDES, Poundkeepcr. IMPOUNDED at Taiiilw, on the 5th January, 1878, from Babbalom a, by order of J. M'ljcan, Esq. Driving, 13s. 4d. per head : 1. Boan chestnut mare, JB (conjoined, side- ways) near shoul...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM. SHIP}. To SYDNEY DIB BLT. - Boomerang, To- morrow, Friday, at koon. To MELBOURN Ü. - Boomerang viii take jina Bengora and argo to lie transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE Dn ECT. - Tinonee, This Day, Thursday, st i ran. To BRISBANE, vii GLADSTONE and JfARYBOROUGH. -Lady Bowen, Tues Mfr "MACKAY.-S tea: icr, carly. TÖ .BROADSOUND.- ttoamcr, carly. To COOKTOWN* N RTHERN PORTS. Paasengera and cargi «ill be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on ¡linday next, to meet «nail steamer in Kop] si Bay. WOOD it WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, Januafy 24, 1878, FOR SYDNEY WA BRISBANE. x^j- v. fniT MELBOURNE jSfflték**- STEAMSHIP OOM ^mmaOmà£PAN\ S splendid NEW ^HHBB^STEA [BE- THE CL HENCE, Will leave ROCEHA] [PTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRI ¡BANE, on or about THURSDAY, the 3] it instant. Freight and passenlers . bourne and Newcastle.! booked for Mel JOHN HJ&DRICK & CO., Agents. ORIENTIONS. STEAM TO LONDON VIA THE SUEZ CAj...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 24 January 1878
[A special charge is made for consignée»' announce- | menta in this column.] January 28.-Tinonee, H.S., from Jîiwulmmnil : 1 pocket, 23 líales wool, 10 iiídcs, 2 .|UarU.T-c-isl(n tallow, j 6 packager mimlries, for Koclthanrntoii ; 30 c&Uvs 1110 IngQta copper, 21G halon wool, 2d Utile», for .sydney. j