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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 January 1878
COMPLOT-; ATIW -i OF^HEENS^AND. THIS ATLAS "¡viii Lj^2?blíshed of tlie best und mont ) lialilç wet ufmJhttf^fííiw of the &lt;'diony, I«mini In ii HuuHbiiiti.'ilAuaiulff, will do veil tu forward their 011 «rs at once m w WILMAS H O IMC TN S, Hole Agon for the North. Price to Suhscriljers, £2 ïs.; Non-suhscriherfi, £210s. l*ronpcctufl nuil winns 011 application. C E ! C E I C E ! In .ni| qnnntlty, nt FLYNN'S EUltOI'EAN HOTEL, Uni KTRF.IÎT. THERE IS A WIDE DIFFERENCE betwuon tim offert of thc Inmoi-s of coinmerrc nnd that nf a lieneflivitt Bpiritnnns tonic and currertivc Jilee UOOLPHO WOLFJÍ'.S SCH1KDAM AliOMATJC SCHNAITS. Thc former are mere oxhilarantn at tho bust, without permanent officacy nnd with a hurtful io-action, tho latter isaliiplily mcdiciit&lt;:d ptimiilabt wliich im provea dlnostion, promote» healthy urination, relieve» tho rheumatic and gouty, and prevents dropsy. " For thin relief, inidi thiuikn."-HAMUT. SANDY BLIGHT.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion lu a, certain c...
NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. SIX ADVENTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 January 1878
NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. SIX ADVENTURER*. î A party of six miners (say« the Cool-town Corn ier) have bought the cutter Swan, ten tons burthen, and are busy fitting her out, they say, for a voyage to Port Moresby, New Guinea. Tiley expect to be able to leave Cooktown at once, and to reach their port of destination in a month. They take with them all the supplies necessary fora lengthened prospecting tour, and are sanguine that if payable cold is to 1« foimd they are just the men to find it. One of the party, a French- man, Brunncl by name, lias already visited New Guinea, and he is to oct as pilot to Port Moresby. We certainly think the season is just the worst they could have chosen for such a trip, but as they are not to be persuaded to wait, wc wish them a safe voyage and speedy SUCCCSB. We understand, however, that their prospecting will commence liefore reaching New Guinea.-Another account assigns a different destination for the six adventurers. Instead of New Guinea, they are going ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 January 1878
Shipping AnnounoementB. HE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION ïiMÂfPANY'S STEAM SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIHECT.-Boomerang, This , Day, Friday, at nlon. To MELBOURNE. - Boomerang will take passengers af cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE D&tECT. - Elamang, on Cabout Tuesday. BRISBANE. 1 A. GLADSTONE and ¿BABYBORODOI -Lady Bowen, Tues day. To MACKAY.-Ti mee, early. To BROADSOUND -Tinonee, early. To COOKTOWN k fORTHERN PORTS. Passengers «ad ci go wilt be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip &lt; L Sunday nert, to meet mail steamer in K ppelBay. WO|D & WOOD, Agents. . Rockhampton, Jajjjuuy 25,1878. FOB SYD: VIA BRISBANE. />_ rf SE MELBOURNE yjjfeaaL A STEAMSHIP COM .«HgK&fPA TY'S splendid NEW ^?HHflP'ßT AMER TSE LABENCE, WÜ1 leave BOOK! iMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY* .via I tISBANE, on ot about THURSDAY, th 31st instant, JOHN Freight and paulngem booked for Mel* bourne and Newcastfc. #EADRICK A 00,, Agents. ORIEifr' LINE. STEAM TO LONDON TIA THE SUEZ ~ CpiAL. ¡sV>...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 January 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS, BUNYIP, s.«.-T,eavea tile whirl to-night, taking Boutliem mills andpasssngera for transhipment to tho R.M.8. Brisbane in Kennel Bay. The lutter in ex pected to jvrire in the Bay about seven to-morrow morning,-in which event tho Bunyip viii return to town during the afternoon. BUBNETT, s.».-Left Bundaberg for Uocklinmp ton on Tuesday, and passed Cape Capricorn at three p.m. yesterday. BOOMERANG, s.s.-Tokes her depártalo for Sydney direct ot noon to-day. DHIsnANE, R.M.8.-From Hongkong and Singa pore, left Townsville for Ute south at 2-20 p.m. vaster day. Hue bringa the matin from England to liocein bor 7 vii Brindisi, and is duo in Keppel Kay to- morrow, Saturday EGMONT, B.s.-Left Townsville for tho north yes terday. ... BriÄVSSayÎ~ï^?In ,""tn'61,, fort'i '»due at JAMES PATERBON, s.s.-Now on lier voyage from ^^pjr^Jo^ Sydney, was due at her destination t»J>Y TOTmÓ; V-Left Oladatono íor Mary- borough on Wein«aay. XABV BOWEN, s.-Left Brisbane on Wednesday for Rock...
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY'S JANUARY 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 25 January 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1878. IT is always our desire to strengthen the &nbsp; hands of public officers and protect them from wanton attacks. But the best of men sometimes make mistakes, and we believe one has lately been committed by the Engineer of Roads, C.D. We have already invited public attention to the matter, without effect ; but represen- tations have since reached us which com- pel another reference to the subject, as it bears in an important manner upon the question of internal commu- nication. We allude to the road that is being opened between the Comet railway station and Spring- sure, which passes through a great deal of bad scrubby country, and cannot be utilised until a traffic bridge, for which ;£1600 is available, has been thrown across the Comet River. The contention of many well informed persons is that the cost of the bridge ought to have been saved, and that a road should be cleared from the Comet railway station to the Springsure and Blackwate...
THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. MANGOLD WURTZEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. MANGOJ,l> WUETZEL. Omi dairymen would do well liy making a trial of tilia well-known root crop for cattle feeding iinnVoses. Althougti it is a" crop | principally gtpwn in temperate climates, thc trials already\nado with it here shorn plainly enough that \t may ho cultivated/ advan- tageously, and\ mixed with hush hay or some other dry fodder cut np into chaly would he cxcellont food for cither cattle or horses. AB food for milch onws it is highly esteemed in the old country Vlicn artificial feeding hos to lie resorted to ; any its inilk-yiel^ng qualities aro known to bo\good hy tl/sc most ex- I perienccd in such iimttcrs. / Its cultivation islsimplc cn/ugh. Some of , our alluvial fiats woVild grow/it to perfection, : especially if thc laill was enriched by thc application of a few Bushels pf wood ashes per acre. Recent experiments mow that beetroot and mangold wurtzll rc/uirc as a special fertiliser potash iulsomf form or other, Every - settler hos ttis...
PEDESTRIANISM, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
PKDKsilUANHSM, Trank Howitt liai been nuinine at Dunedin, New Zealand, thoulli without /mich success. He appeared at tho Caledonian /Sports held nu New Year's Day, lint was d/fcatcd hy thc local neds. It was laid his /iou-BUccess was caused through straining oueif the muscles of his leg. 1 / A jumping match folk phfcc at Homebush, near Sydney, thc oilier /lay. Two men named White and Willi w/ro backed at £20 a-bidc, for three stailliug jumps. White cleared thc greatest distance, 384 feet, and was declared thc wiunor.y Howes, who sonic tiineAigo walked over 22 miles in three hours, wlgoiug to attempt 2S miles in four hours. / Y A most interesting/tciilmik' race, between four amateurs, took JfLicu Kear London, at the end of November, Bu- an Vmatcur challenge cuj). Gibb, >StcnniiX', Tylesand Kuller were the coniiietitors. &lt;/ibb dromicd his handker- chief at the ]K>st,/and retunicd for it after running ten yardi. He so))» overtook his opjuncnts, howc/cr, and won by 2 mi...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
j CHICKET. I It has been decided that thc return inter- colonial match betw een New Knuth Wales and Victoria sfcùï take place on the 22ud, 23rd, and 21th oW-Yhruary, at Sydney. The AutrcValian Kloveu play their rctiini match « ith Ae Coinln'ncd Fifteen on thc 28th Fcbvuary, Isl and :ii'd March, at Sydney. Their farewell! match will bc jilaycd at Mel- bourne, against Kiglitccn of V ¡etona, in the 7th, Sth, and ftth of March. f Very hcavyl rain prevented tho /match between thc Australian temi and Twe/ty-tivn of Dunedin bei rsv concluded, it cons/jucntly resulted in a drain game. / With twenty-two of Oamaru thc A/stralians scored 113 in tblir first innings,/md their opponents 70. I /
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE rejodsts ending at 9 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to be-At Marylwrough, 0-17; Mackay, OW: Flat-top Muid, O'll; Card- well, O:10j Silbert River, 1012 ; Creen Creek, 2'30; Normanton, 3-40.ylt-was still raining at Normanton\and tkj Gilbert River, and stormy at Kimbetíey.yTí'iue weather prevailed at other stations. Vy The rainfall iorXke week was-At Rock- hampton, 1*58 ingfi -^Keppel Bay, 0 37 ! Cape Capricorn, 0'14yf Mackay, 0'21 ; Bloomsbury, 2'57; Towns/illc, 1-0B\: Cashmere,' O'Ol ; Junction Qreek, 0'22; Vîeorgctowu, 0-41 ; Gilbert River, 113; Normanton, 4'9C; Waterview, 0-52 ; Cardwell\,83 ; Kimberley, 0-45 ; ."Bato River, 0-59 ; Nenp, 2;01 '; West woodyi'M ; Maryborough, 0V2 ; Gladstone, 0-12; Woody Island, O-05 AMarlborougli, 0-53; St. Lawrence, 2-03; Banana, 0-27 ; Bowen, 0'60; Flat-top Island, v-ll ; Creen Creek, 2 30. . ' ' \
AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
"I AQUATICS! With /reference to a paragraph that ap- peared' /n yesterday's BuUeli\ anent a mis unders&nding that liad ansel between sniuc membets of the Fitzroy Ronfig Club, lam inform*! that the unplcasantaess mentioned was ofl a very trifling nature,lind not in any way likely to prevent the froposcd race cornini off.. A.. little forbearance on cither side, am persuaded, would Ave prevented the I isapprehension from arming at all. Hame er, it nm pleased to «fate] that not thc slight st ill-feeling has boen engendered, and that i ie rival crews are taking their cus tomar daily exercise. 1 Thc announcement of Higgins' rictory over his ok rival Boyd, made by tel&lt; ism during the w ek, will not lie a matter c much sur- prise o those who have watched lie career nf the t ra men, and remember ho ' in rough weatl irHigginsdefeatedtheKortl mer on the Thain » in November last, in the ery kind of watei in which it was previow y thought Boyd iras invincible. Boyd's frici len...
COMMERCIAL. BULLETINE OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
- : ? \ - i COMMERCIAL. \ , . BuLLETiK OFFICE. Fridav Eveniiic. BUSINESS duriug the mouth ha* exhibited au unproved tone, and numerous transactions are reported. A further improvement is shortly anticipated, when the up-country buyers have recovered from the effects of thc drought. Thc wool receipts reached 2385 bales, of which 11*1 kales arrived during thc last week. Hates of oarruge aro easier, carrierajiiing plentiful. língagerAénts have been irufffe to Springsure and ClenAout £8, back losfijng £7 ; to Tami» £19 np, £14down ; to Blackall £21 up, and £15 down. Flour is firm alt £17 10s. to £18 10s. per ton, according ty brands ; - and inquiries have been made for XiartcU's brandy. As some indioati/n of thc value of bullocks on Darling Dow», it may be mentioned that a mob of fats frora the Listowel Donna herds have realised fioXpcr hoad at Dalby during thc week / \ lu shipping/ntclUKcncc wc note thc follow- ing vessels afloat-Surprise, flour ship from Adelaide; Heron, coalhulen, fr...
CALENDAR—JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
CALEXDAR-jAM'Altr. . Till». DAY. t MKMOIIAMI.-. MOOX-IS AUK High WHIM ' C ut U. Flat - Mon .. SI '. I'" Tm«.. 2-2. IMO I"" Weil .. 23 '. I« 213 Hmm =4. 2T 2'5|1 Kn. sr.'. |21 .i.ln. 313 SD7 Sat .. 2(1 I.Last &lt;}uar. 4-0 4 -28 Kiln .. 27 lltnl aft H|iipli;iny. 4 M 6-30 » Ttiu tilles roacli tlli-iv full at tile J'ilnt Station, Keppel Ilav, ali. 4(1111. earlier ; omi ¡it lln-klmnipton, SOui. later tilleul the hours show n in tile iilmve tallie.
ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Friday, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
ROCKIfAMPTOl POLICÉ COURT. I Friday. Àatntarif 25, BEFORE tlic Police Mi gistrate. DitUNKBNNEss.-Ja les Williams pleaded guilty to tile charge. This being thc third conviction, he was (ii ed 20s. or forty-eight hours in the cells. AssAi'i.T.-James '. lilian r. John Poole. Mr. Melbourne aplica jd for the complainant. Thc defendant plea/ ed not guilty. James Millan deposed that Ii : was a ferryman, andón Monday lost, about t reive o'clock, he pulled across to the north si le of thc lower ferry ; defendant and sonic ithcr men were in the boat, and upon a' riving at the north side thc men w« rt away ; defendant remained and asked l itncBS what amount lie owed ; witness toi liiin ten pence for five days'crossing; Lcfcudant called him a -~ liar, and denie I owing thc amount ; witness said that bc had marked thc sum down, and it was c&lt; iTect ; defendant said, " If you give me much jaw I'll knock your teeth down your thro t ;" ho jumped into tho boat and knocked wil less down, st...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
fA special charge (s oiade.for consignees1 Announce- ments in Ulta column.} January2fi.-Burnett, e.a., from Bundaberg: 40,000 feet «awn Umber. Exronm .Tnnnary 25.-Boomerang, R.K., for Sydney direct: ÍU5 hales wool, *8 OM. I «IwU. 18 gi*, gold, 34 empty kefffi and conks, O tierces tallow, 1 drum ntl, 1 COHO fruit, 1 case planta, 1 package bedding, 151 lüde«, and 10 juickages sundries.
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
VICTfjpiA. MELUPURNE, January 25. . At a Cabinet Council ; esterday, a number of ; additional dismissals w re determined upon, ' and tliis decision was f rmerly sanctioned by the Governor at a me ting of the Executive Council held later in th day. Sir Brian O'Loghlan uldresscs a meeting of thc West Melbourne ch :tors this evening^ Tlic legal opinions :xpressed by several leading barristers, regal ling the recent action of the Government, are conflicting. A Govenmwnt Gtm tc, published to-day, notifies that thc Ordei iu Council removing from office the Judge! of the County Courts, Mines, and Insolvent r ; the' Chairman of General Sessions, Coroners, Police Magistrates, and Wordene, is cant died, and that the fol- lowing Judges we i moved, viz., Messrs. Nolan, Skinner, Bun aijd Hooper. Thc appointment of :Mr. f nyth, as Judge -of tho County Conrt, is cana lcd, and reverts, to'the Crown Prosecutor. Eighty-nine dismis ds are gazetted, in- cluding eleven from \ ie Treasury, with Mr. Gudcm...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878
NEW SOülta WAXES. avDKEY, January 25, Mr. Stuart's v'antof jcsoiúídence motion was under discussion yeste night, and is not yet dealt with. It is beliei sd, however, that the Government will have a majority'; the prevail- ing feeling being agains any further ïnterrup tiou of tile public busin ss by ( Parliamentary crises. Thc New Guinea Exp ditiou now numbers 120 men, each of whos contributes £30, of which £5 is to lie paid i jw and the balance at the end of March. T e toral'imoun't is to include thc cost of thc nu teri al and appliances for two seven-ton boat , and six month's provisions. ; Arrangements will I s ' 'mode with thc A.S.N. Co. toconveythe arty to New Guinea, but no provision is mad ; for bringing them back if unsuccessful. . '. ' : - Thc sugar market is u «et by Ute arrivals, The Colonial Sugar Uc6 ling Company have issued a new tariff redu ing prices by £2 per ton all round. The Colonial Seeretai i, in replying to a deputation of coal minore from Newcastle, said he wo...