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THE STORM AT EMU PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

TUE STORM] AT EMU PARK. A VEJiY hot day wajs Tuesday. Wc had no glass to determine thc exact degree, but no one thought it uncommonly hot for the season. Thc beauty of tlx "metropolis" favoured thc tranquil wavci with their presence ns usual, and thc visib ra nt thc limn Park Hotel passed the evening harmoniously and unsus- pectingly in a quiet game of euchre. At about half-ps it twelve a sudden squall burst upon tho houe ??, accompanied by sheets of rain, coming in btu its as though an eccentric fire brigade man wc e playing upon it with a hose. The large bui ding known as the "Kum Park Hotel," crcct< 1 some three years ago, and substantially bu lt of weatherboards and corrugated iron, creak sd and groaned and shook ; and that iustinctiv feeling of awe which creeps over every om when reminded of thc utter helplessness of mau iu the presence uf thc enraged clement , must have filled the sturdiest breast. i it thc utter dismay of rinding one's-self in a warm bed suddenly e...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] COOKTOWN, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [mon OCR own CCIBRESFONDEMTS.] COOKTOWN, January 25. IN tho Police Court hereJ yesterday, a China- man anil a Kanaka laidla charge of murder against Mr. D'Albertis, he well-known New Guinea explorer and i ituralist, who is a passenger l»y B.M.S. Bi shane/. The. alleged victim was a Cliinanu ». Mr. D'Albertis, however, wholly refuted the statements of his accusers, and they wen sentenced to three months'imprisonment bi the Bench. Bm IBANK, .January 25. This afternoon's Tcí» mph publishes news from Sydney stating t ist the Government cutter, with Messrs. C ester, Jardine, and - Pennefather, has retorne 1 to Thursday Island from New Guinea, The party report that hey sailed a distance of ninety miles up the Macrissa River, and discovered a large tra t of ñne ^ÊËBal ' country, well grassed and waterod^Hrhc natives arc numerous a d resemble thc Red Indians of America. They wore at first hostile, but afterward i Ijecamc friendly. They cultivate plantât ons, ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

?TUE WEEK.' IT would apjiear that Slr. J. dc Poix Tyrol is thc Willing man after all. The names of McssVi. Macrossan and Groom seem to have licen t^nst aside, and Mr. (larrickl is said to bc coy after the Premier's recent «¡splay of thc delicate vVtue designated by his friends "over- conscientious sensitiveness." Mr. Garrick is not u very\ youthful politician, and has a natural borrer of sinking slii/is ; and he is declared to tic uneasy at mic prospect of finding a coVnpctitor for/thc Attorney Generalship andYmbscijuciit Puisne Judgeship in the pcrsonV of the/ Hon. llatclille Pring, Q.C. ThY rrcmjfcr -seems to be troubled to fiiid\ a successor to Mr. Stewart for the Vlcctarate of Brisbane, Messrs. Davis and \Ui(inack having been named only to fall liowloasly flat. Indeed, thc average Brisbane cftctor has no love for a Ministry who have slatted several railways where thc expenditure caNonot jwssibly benctit Brisbane, anil wiiicll thronen to increase the binden of taxation./Still loi...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

CíuronxiAX ROTTE. AnillVES nt Rockhampton about.. February 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January it). KIT Hie Melbourne-Suez mall arrives at MEL- BOURNE about 10 ilays earlier, mid dcpaits about 10 dav« later Ulan tile date shown in tile nlnive bible. Tile Californian mall arrives at SYDNEY about 8 days earlier, anti departH about 10 days later.

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

HNJinrRNK-SlTJ! ROVIE. AnniVHSntltorkliamptonnliont., Felir-mry ll. LKA VES ltockliiunpton nliuut .. Fulnuary 12.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

OHniOHILt'SlSyrupB, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compainds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or alelí. ELLIOTT DUO»., & Co., wholesalo agents {Brisbane. Elliott; Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, DruJjiataV Sundries, Surgical In trumcnts, Trapes, Etc,; Soda-water, and Cordisl Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acida and Gjfemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., " Manufacturers o| Superphosphate, Bone Dust, v and Crushed Boies. "110 »nd ? 112, iPm-sTREET, SYDNEY, and I BBI8D/UÍB. Chemioal Works and O lass Factory, Iron Cove) Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTTS CHAMPAGNE QUININE I WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for the young, $reak, andagooVfit strengthens the whole systttn, and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rhe...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

M II. JOHN E BL IO TT, SOLICITOR Chartors Towel!. CORRECT) D BK AND. IMPOUNDED frorojMeteor Downs, on thc iith December :-I Bay Mare, describee: as BB or BD, should bc M~! near shoulder, bind foot white, Day of sale, 5th February, J878. J. FISHER, Ponndkccpcr. ATLAS FOUNDliY & ENGINEERING COMPANY lUNLIMITED), HAY STREET, SYDNltf, Eujjiiieers, Iron ami Brass Founders, ^pMfjCrsmitliB," and Mill- wrights.-ThejJlBvc brm arc prepared to undcrtaku^wflîwacts for thcyyiaujAacturc of Marine>fCmi>Stttio]iary Engrasj^pilers, and Girder u-onty Quaniz-crJum?, Sawmill, Shcep-woshini, M iimCMJugarSiilWTaiid all other descriuJtij)A^)f Maghjilffy, with latest improveme N.B.-^CaBtingf^e'ïcciItcd with despatch, I and liest \m¡p4$\ct\ forfdd metal. tANUE COMPANY. QUEENSLAND INS! LvMij JgSTABLISHED 18|!. CAHTAI. £120,000 FIRE ANDfcTOELlTY. DIHEAWIS : LEWIS A. BERNA'jp, Eso., F>rfT, Chair man. Hon. J. GIBBON, flsc^Tl.L.C., Deputy Cha' JOHN (JAMKROMTlsQ-, J P. GEORGE COWÍISHKW, ESQ. JAMES...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

BPOBTIK0 KOTES. JÎACING EVENTS TO COME. Rockliojipton J. Club Siren' IWIICG Hulkes, ISSI). lintluicc 1 «ov.; Feliraan- 1,1876. | lîockliailpton J. Club Mures IWura Stoics, 1SS0. I-'oiiU to bo norna! Kel/rujuT 1, MTS. [ Rockli&nlptnn J. Club Hires' 1'r.iiiueo ffl/kiw, 1861. Nomination nf Hires riónos February 1/187S. Rocfchaiubton J. Club .Mures' IVoilnce slakes, ISSI. Kntrafciee rinses yehnmy 1,1878. / Ocelimit RC. Meeting Felmuuy 1,2. / TasniMitoAT.C. Meethuj, February 7,8, 07 V.U.C. Alitimn Meeting, Mardi 2, J. 0. / QueennlanilT.1'. Anmm) Morhw, JÎnrcï IS, li). North Anstklian J.e. Annual Meeting/March 29, 30, April u\ J Balonne S. q Meeting, April ll, 12. J Northern IX* ns J.e. Annnal Sleeting! April ll, 12. I UEO to rlmind those gentlcn/en « ho have been elected to the honour of/acting ns thc Committee af thc Rockhampton Jockey Chili for the year 1878, that the fir* meeting will l>c held at the Criterion Hotel, at 8 p.m., on the 31st instant. It is to/ lie hoped thc C...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS To SYDNEY DIRECT.—James Paterson,   48 hours after arrival. To MELBOURNE. —James Paterson will take passengers and cargo to be transhipped   at Sydney. To BRISBANE DIRECT. — Egmont, on   or about Tuesday.j To BRISBANE, VIA GLADSTONE and   MARYBOROUGH.— Lady Bowen, Tues- day. To MACKAY.—Tinonee, early.   To BROADSOUND.—Tinonee, early.   To COOKTOWN & NOITHERN PORTS.   Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on Sunday next, at 2 p.m.,   to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, January 26, 1878. POE SYDNEY la. BRISBANE, THf MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM- : PANYE splendid NEW J THE CLIRENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about THURSDAY, the 3ft instant. Freight and p boonie and Newcastle, booked for Mci JOHN HfADRICK &...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. nirjíYIP B.8.-Left tlic wliarf lout night nt 12-30, taking southern ntaíls ami the following iia-swingers for transhipment to tlie li.M.S. Brisbane :-For Uris banu-Mr. A. V. Wood. Master Wood ; (or Sydney Mr. Alexander Cameron ; for Melbuurno-Mesuro. T. Conran and Samuel DoliUio. BUNYIP, s.s.-Leaves tile wharf to-mnrrow after- noon at two, taking northern mails and passengers for tronslilpujent to the s.s. Victoria in Keppel Bay. BOOMERANG, s.s.-Took lier departure fur (Sydney direct ot one yesterday. morning. CITV OF NEW YOUR, It.M.S.-Loavos Svihiovnn Die ¡Mst instant, t-iking tito lisn.il monthly advices' for Kitgland via Auckland and Son Francisco. EGMONT, s.s.-Arrived nt Cooktown from Towns- ville yesterday, and probably leaves this afternoon on her return trip for the south. ELAMANG, as.-From northern ports passed Cape Moreton yesterday bound for Brisbane. HERON, icliooner.-From Newcastle with coals for Itocklutmpton, wan reported anchored oft Cape Moit- on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

THERE IS HIGH MEDICAL AUTH0R1TV for saying Hint the liest medium for diffusing through the system the vitalizing pro- perties of a tonic is ¡1 wholesome alcoholic Hpirit. That this professional dii tiim is correct is shown hy tile vitalizing effects inion thc ilcliilifcltod physique of UDOLPHO WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, -a superative tonic beverage, anti dpspcptic cordial and diuretic with a pure spirituous liasls. COMPLETE ATLA! OF QUEENSLAND. THIS ATLAS wilLrp«2 pubUsbed Bhortly. Those de ringfc gfomess tjflfcselres of tito liest and most re alilo^pfif distgtrt maps of tile Colony, hound in a ;ubst¡uilat luanicr, will do well to forward their ont rs at ont-far WILLIAM Horynys, ^ Solo Agent ir thaRora.>pft. Price to Siihscrlliors, £2 i.; Non-sulli!gpmr£2 10s. _Prospectus and Fyins on appflcatlon._ rj«HE CAPRICORMANcoritems: HOMEWARD MAIL LETTER. VICTORIAN COUP D'ETAT. nAILWAVS IN AMERICA - MARVEL- LOUSLY LOW CARRIAGE RATES. SPORTING NEWS-RACING, ETC. MARSUPIALS DESTRUCT...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, "JANUARY 20, 1878. WHATEVER the merits of the Victorian Parliamentary quarrel, there can be no doubt that Mr. Berry has become the " central figure *' among colonial poli- ticians. i\ not every man Avhose speeches arc telegraphed by thariolumn from end of Australia to the oRier. Nor is it at all likely tllat Mr. Bern's exploits will excite meréty colonial interest. His proceedings wiliVoVm a troic of conver- sation in the LoVJon /lubs, and will probably provoke tKhite in the British Parliament How toVieal with the crisis of his making will purzle not only Earl Carnarvon, but niobV% also Her Majesty's Cabinet Council, who having happily/ got yid of the Eastern QuesVon, lhe\ Czar, and the Porte, wily be broughtXface to face with the threatened revolt ofXone of the heretofore lo/al Australian Colonies. It is true that /ie representativeW royally has taken/art with the incipient rebels, and has' permitted his Prwnier to publicly announce that " at this juncture th...

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THE COMET-SPRINGSURE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 26 January 1878

THE COMET SPRINGSURE ROAD. We have some trustworthy evidence on the above subject, and although its gist is in direct antagonism Ito our own previously expressed opinion, ye have no hesitation in promptly furnisliingLt for public information. Our desire is that 1 uth should prevail, and ami that thc interés s df thc country should outweigh individual preferences. Our latest information conics fri m Mr. Bolitho, thc well known owner of I ainworth station, eight miles beyond Spring sure township ; and his testimony, so far ns t ie Minerva Creek road is concerned, must he received, wc think, as uniuipcachcahlc, bet msc it is testimony con- cerning a matter v hieb he has made it his business to pcrsonall ' investigate. Mr. Bolitho's sta! ¡mont is that, as a large wool-grower, lie was mxious to approach tho Northern Railway a the nearest practicable point. He was ir ich perplexed by con tradictoiy reports, a d therefore determined upon a personal cxan; nation of the new road between thc ...

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THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL, Otra Englieh files per H.M.6.- irisbane are to 7th December, three (lays. bi ore the date of the foll of Plevna. Tho detail of that impor- tant event arc therefore ïiot y< ; to hand. ' The following arc extracts from tin papera : UltEAT B1IÎTAIM Tho Chancellor of 'thc Exe icqucr presided nt a Conservative; banquet a Christchurch, Hants, on Tuesday, 4th Dec ruber. In his speech Sir S. Northcote doc ¡ired that the Government adhered to its ont »ally expressed intention of non-interference u the Eastern war as long as British intern its, which lind been clearly defined, were not ittacked. . General Lord Henry Pore; ,-, YM.t brother of thc Duke of Northumbei and, died sud- denly on Monday, aged CO. ' 'he Marchioness of Northampton died at Flori icc on Tuesday. Tho llcv. C. M. Collinè, i wealthy land- owner in Cornwall was : foin I drowned in a pond upon his estate, liavil ;, it is believed, fallen into thc water in a Et. ?. Thc Earl of OaniarVon^'t o....

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

VICTORIA. I j',.'.' ,MÉf.B6iraNjJ January 20. Mr. Justice Fellows bas reit letj^te swear in a Clerk of Petty Sessioí i as licensing Stipendiary Magistrate, , sa gning as his reason that stipendiary ni gHjteatcs with restricted powers could not h sworn in. Sir Brian O'Loughlen 'ad roused a large open air meeting at West Melbourne last night. He spoke at groat lc: gth in favour of thc policy of the Governrae t, and exhorted thc people to stand by t sir colours and support thc Government' in attempting to bring the Council to their soi; ês.; The meet- ing was unanimous, and a vc o of confidence in .the ?candidato was passed.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

NKW SOÜTHJWALES. STONEY, January 20. A Supply Hill for thal month of January passed through all ita stares yesterday in thc Assembly, and was transmitted to the Legis- lative Conned. I 10,000 copies of the Mummied Sydney Nevis «viii be printed in English, Aencn, aodGerman, and will be sent to thc 1'aril Exhibition at the cost of thc local Commisioners, amounting to £410. A strong desire ¡8 expressed in favour of Earl Belmore, formerly governorof this colony, being appointed Executive Commis- sioner for New South Waleslat the Paris Ex- hibition. I \ January 27. Yesterday,' being the aniiversary of tho foundation of the colony, was kept as a public holiday. ' The chief attraction was thc regatta. Trickett had fi wllk-over for tho sculling championship of the ebonies. Thc statement that Sir,Heuly Parkes, Mr. Alexander Stuart, and Sir jilin Robertson would coalesce is considered! to have been unfounded. .Neither Shj Henty nor Sir John took part in thc debate on Mi. Stuart's want of conf...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE. January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [rSOM OOH OWN CO<tHE8PONI>EKTS.J BKABANE. Jannarv 27. Tun Honorables S. \f Griffith and'C. S. Mein returned from nv Iney together yester- night, j Thc Gowriimcitt Gav tn notifies that a sale «f leases of uusurveyed runs in the Warrego, Mitchell, Keimody, au I other districts, «ill lie held at Brisbane on 'uesday, 12th March. Mr. Samuel Bolitho hos been appointed a director for the .Spring ire slieefTdistrict, and Mr. Henry Cowan for tho. Peak Downs dis- trict. Mr. Frank S< trr, of Blackall, is licensed to effect survey under tho Alienation Act of I87Ö. It is notified that Ch vcrnment chequee in future will not bc dr« w tor amounts less than £1. Thc Rev. Mr. Kutlclge has resigned his ministerial office in the 'Wedey&t^onuexion, intending to seek adinissfln at^^^Kcr. The K.M.S. Brisbane vitht^^^BStraits mail arrived here to-day, 1 ^^^^V

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MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

I MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. I THE following is tho list of Justices for atten- dance at the I'olico Court during tho present wock :-Monday 28th-Messrs. Ri. S. Kundle and H. W. Risien ; Tuesday 2!l-Messrs. D. Salmond and 4i. ]). Shaw; Wednesday 30 Messrs. John Stevenson and W. J. Taylor; Thursday 31-McsKrs. James Thomson and M. C. Thomson ; Friday i-Mcssra. W. Thomson ami Annelin Thozet ; Saturday 2 -Messrs. C. H. Wodehouse ami A. T, Wood.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

MKTKOUOLOGiyAl' OlíSEltVATIONS. THE reports for the forty-eight hours owling at if a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to he-Attiilhert Uiver, 1*17 inch ; Creon Creek, 245; Xor-uautuu, 0.75 ; Kimberley, 0.3!);. (ïcorgctuwii, 0-01 : -Hepple Bay, 0 09. Kine weather prevailed at other stations.

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CALFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

CAl.tl'OKM.iy JIOITI!. ARRIVES nt KocMiainntnii al mut.. Kebrnary 8. LKAVKti Itorkhaiiiptoi. a-wat ,. January 3D. tfST Tho Melbourne-Suez mall arrives at MKL BOURNE ill .out ll) days earlier, mid departs about 10 tlaj'K Inter than the dato HÎïmvn in thc niKivo tillie. The Californian mail n.mven nt S VPN KV ahont 6 day« earlier, .uni departí* about lo days later.

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