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CALENDAR—JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

CAMiNDAn-JjlM AIlV-M:illll Alli. MKMOIMMM. Ii (Uh tift J epiphany, j !S?Sftï * HIP ti (Ito IL'ÛCII Ul i'ir full at tho l'ilôt S til ti on, Kuppel Iiay, 2Ii. 40m. earlier ; and ;tt Jiocklinmpton, 30ni. Inter than tho hortre Hhmvn in the above tabla.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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EUROPEAN MAILS— 1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

manor KA y MAILS-îsrs. TOnilBS STRAITS nOL'TE. AnniVES nt HocMuunptun .. .. Fclminry 23. LEAVKS Kucktauipton .. .. February 1.

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THE HORSES BACK. (From the Golden Rule—American.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

THE HOIihïS BACK. (From thc Goldci\¡iulc-Amerita».) THE first thing to obsci .oin judgingof ahorse, so far as IIÍB back is cc iccracd, is thc length of it, A long hack is weak back tho world '. over, and iii every nstance. By superior excellence cf structure in other respects, the weakness of thc ba :k may bc, in some measure, mado up; b t thc norse can never he thc horse ho would have been had his back being a shorter one. Wc do not caro how short a horse's back is; for it is a sure j evidence that ho cane u cany or drag a heavy weight a great distanc , and not tire ; neither, if he bo speedy, will, f vo or three Bensons of turf experience braal him donn, as is thc case with BO many of ur speedy, long-hacked horses. Old Morrill and Flo a Temple arc instances in thc past ; and thc : unous grandson of Old Worri), Fearnnught, nd Taggart's Abdallah, arc good illustratio s among late horses. This conformation c the back was, in our opinion, a grave < liection against Young Mo...

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MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

»iixiioi nxi.sir.z noun:. ARRIVKS«tIíocJíl(attiptfín/tt«)ut., February H. LEA.VKH lînckhîunpton iibout Fçbrunry 12.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, I JiXi'AiiT 20.-MOIWIN : Via HT, schooner, S3 ton», C. Norris, mantel-, from S iiryturouglj. Master, usent. January Sfl.-(Irf|Ce)]p I Bay) R>t>. mUKliANK, 1000 tons, Captain .1. A. ft Idell, from Himslous, sliiw nore, and nurthcm fiori i of call. IVwHeiiKon*-Ker rockhampton-One lim penn, a Chinaman, mid two Knuth Sea Inlanders (Hie atlor prisoners) in thu «l£ilr nae ; for Brisbane-Min. 'hester. Master Chester, mid - -Messrs. 4Jreij:, Uagee, 1 ilson, four Ktlropeans in Um «tan-oca, aailpnu pick asspnser: fur Sydney-Sim WD^iilsKlnfiiit. tit O dpu>wl Harry, Kev. J. ;iove, MAssn. X.' Birrilli, C. [.cnheiattier, .1. «îrelir, W. . Jfoy«tf,-«ífditaett itaropu nu and NIX Chinese in tho staorago, and seven.doc |wnscnp;ers. J- Hendrick nud Co., agent«. . JaiiuaryJ".-RKLYDE JJ. ketch, 24 tons, P. Drown, ? muster, from Bundaberg Master, agent. Vkl\ RTIÍBK. January M.-KFrom * snpel Hay) IÎ. mid A. Oi.'s JI M.«. BlUSUAJdi, 100 toniVCnptain i. A. Reddell, for Ilrisl...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

IM1XWT3. fA flpfedfl] cliarnñ ia minie for cúnaígiiocs' announce ? monta íüUiiHCoIiinui.] January 20.- Morning Light, schooner, from M fl ry borough : 60,000 feet timber.

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EGG RAISING. (From the [?] Commerical Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

EOG llÁlSING. (From the CnmnmMX'oitimrrcúü Gazettr.) Tili: egg traffic of tliis c nihtry hau risen to an importance which fev comprehend. The aggregate transactions i New York city alone must amount to hilly ! 8,000,000 per annum, and in the United Statis to Ç18,000,000. A single firm in that linc of business East handled 81,000,000 worth of egg during thc year. In Cincinnati, too, thc tr. Hie must be propor- tionally large. In truth, thc great gallinaceous tribe of our country liar îyard contributes in no small dogrcc to hui an subsistence; eggs being rich in nutritive properties, equal to one-half their entire w lght. Goose, duck, hen, pullet, and parti Ugo eggs are thc principal kinds produce I in America. We have nothing, however, 1 ce what wc are told nsod to 1» found in Madi »ascav, ov have been found there, thc gigantic ivoa egg, measuring thirteen and a-half inches in extreme length, and holding eight and a îalf quarts. One of these birds, with a single iffort, might supply ...

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THE ENGLISH MAIL-BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

j TffE ENGL fhn MAIL-BOA T. \ A imp to the Bay/resembles Christmas-it comes but once a roar to tuc majority of [lemons, or say twiss; Ami then it {alla ou some great occasiorL when thc steamer is crowded, and much Vf the pleasure is con- sequently .left out. ll tlicrto, tiler» has been no opportunity to make moreX^roqqont excursions ; but ju n fortnight, fri so, thc Bunyip'* new saloon w II bo ready,\/id then a blow in thc Hay, i 5 it is called, will be obtainable twice or tin BO a week. With the additional passenger aa ommodatiou provided, including a ladies' cab 11, the Bunyip should soon become a fav< aritc excursion boat. Hut this part of tho business may require punishing. Wc left thc wharf on Saturday morning (half-aii-honr after ni dniglit), to visit thc IC. and A. Co.'a E.M. I. firisbanc, which was' expected to arrive at thc Sea Hill anchorage about five o'clock. 3ur "craft" was thc Bunyip, and wc enjo -cd her new airy saloon by ¡uitic¡x»tioii, for ui examination ...

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THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

THE IXL J KD MAILS. Post Town or Receiving Office! Ammnc. Banana. Blackall. Bowen Downs Calliope. Clermont. Coppcrfl el it .. .. Crocodile .. .. .. Dnarimia .: Emu Park riml Cawarral triads-tone-overland .. Leura, R.O. Lilyvale. Mariljoroueli Nebo . Rolleston..' Reserve, R.O. Rosewood, R.0. Springsure St. Lawrence Tambo. Taroom. Mails close at Rockhampton .Wednesday, at 7 a.m. , Tuesday, at 7 a J«. Tnesday, at 7 n>m. Wednesday, at 7 a.m. . ^Thursday, at 7 a.m. . Wednes;.ftnd Sat., at 7 Wednes-Tind Sat., at 7 Monday, nt S a.m. , Da3y, ai 7 o.m. .. I Satnrday, at ll a.m. . ¡ Thursday, at Ï a.m. Tnesday, at ll a.m. [ Wednes. and Sat., at 7 Tnesday, nt l p.m. Tnesday, at I p.m. j saturday, at 7 a-,m. j Tnesday, at ll a.m. : Tnesday, at ll a.m. ' Tuesday and Sat^ at 7 ! Tnesday, at l p.m. I Tuesday, at 7 rt-tn. ' Tuesday^at 7 ii.ni. Tnesdayrat 7 ft»m. . Tnesday, at 1 p.m. Arrive at Post Town. Leave Post Town. Arrive at Rockhampton' Friday, at 8 p.m. .. TVednesdny, at 3 p.m. . - Monday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

OHCROHILL'S Byrons, Lime Iron, Sod*, and Compounds strongly recommended by the (acuity fot Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS., !L CO., Wholeaalo agents, Brisbane Elliott Eros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medioines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In trnmcnts, TrnsseJ, Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chesioals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bono Dust, and Crushed Bone}. 110 and 112, BTT-STBEET, SYUNEY, and BBINBANE. Chemical Worksjand Glass Factory, Iron Cove, palmain, Sydney. ELLIOTTS CHAMPAGNE QUININE f WINE. HigUyTeeomnwnded by the Faculty, and acknowledged toa be the purest and cheapest tonie yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for the young, iraak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole BystenjTand stimulates the appetite, and is invaluablejor Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Bheum&tistn, Feve...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, JANUAKY 28, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, JANUAKY 28, 1S78. ONE important dis inction between the grammar school ai d the State primary school is, that th : former is entirely under local manage uent, while that of the latter is essentially of a centralising and bureaucratic natui ?. All that local committies under t ie State system can do is to collect sub captions and act as a board of advice to the Minister ; but under the Gramma ' Schools Act all thc labour and respor sibility rest upon the trustees of the sch wi. The Education Act of 1875 làys down an arbitrary " standard," beyt nd which neither Minister nor teac 1er dare go in thc ordinary school hon s. Thc only subjects which the law pet nits to be taught in the primary sch )ols are thc fol- lowing :-Reading, writing, arithmetic, English grammar, geography, history, elementary tnechai ics, object lessons, drill and gymnasti s, vocal music, and (in the case of girls sewing and needle- work." The : Gra «mar Schools Act prescribes no limita ion. Its...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

IMPOt'JvlHîll at Tambo, «II tlic .Ith . Januar}', 1S78, from Uabbalonra, hy order of J. M'iican, KSIJ. Driving, 13s. W. per licail : - 1. lilian chestnut marc, .IB (conjoined, side Mays) near shoulder, two diamonds 3 o(T shoulder, »tar, saddle marked. 2. tircy horse, like DV3 (registered, the 2 blotched) near shoulder, saddle marked and gii-th galled. 3. <Jroy horse, SV or 5V near Shoulder, saddle marked. 4. (¡rey horse, like CIT (registered) near shoulder. .'». Black mam, two hind feet white, like fil A (registered) under like F off shoulder. C. Chestnut luirse, oil hind foot white, en- larged WJ over Ï) near shoulder. If not released on or licforc thc Gth Feb- ruary, lS7o, will I* sold to defray expenses. JOHN HWHSTON, I lViuudkccpcr. ClIISTRMAS BOXBS G I V K For Eight ACHESON & A PIÏRISTMAS BOXES , ii AWAY i Peuce each. ,EN, William-street. 1000 Ä ACHESON & A AS BOXES NEW ls. Gd. each. ,EN, William-street. CHRISTMAS FfeUITS! Elcmo and Sultana Raisits, n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

THE RESULTS OF IMPAIRED DIREKTION are poverty <if the blood, IIMIOUH nens, constipation, tlc Willy, Insu nf flesh, lnsmtude and despondency. These hurtful coriMeauenccn aro wost effectually remedied and prevented hy tluvt energetic 1 promotor of thu digestive and asHinulative processes and regulator nf the Ktomaeh. trowels, and atisociitte arma*, UDOLPHO WOLFE'S SCH 1 EDAM AHO MATIC SCHNAPPS. COMPLETE ATlls OF QUEENSLAND. THIS ATLA£ flhortly. Thone of tile best and mont the Colony, bound In M oil to fonvard their WILLI A Sole Trice io Subscribers, ¿K^.; Noi Prospectus ofioYorius onfetppHi HOMEWARD MAIL LETTER. VICTORIAN COUP D'ETAT. HAII.WAVS IN AMERICA - MARVEL- LOUSLY LOW CARItlAOE IIATKM. SPOfiTINfi NEWS-RACING, ETC. MARSUPIALS DESTRUCTION TAX. THE PERMISSIVE HILL. THU BEST PROFESSION. EUROPEAN NEWS-SPECIAL CAULK. GRAMS- REUTERS CAHt.EURAMS. QUEENSLAND AND INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS, and ALI. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. MAILS via for the Unit« Europe, India, China, as nuder Tor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN ÍTEAM NAVIGATION 'COMPANY'S STEAM- i SHirf. To SYDNEY DIRKÄT.-Jamos Paterson, 48 hours after arrivai To MELBOURNE, -James Paterson will take passengers and < irgo to be transhipped at Sydney, To BBjORANE DIB CT. - Egmont, on orj^Bbtesday. To ^^BtNE, VIA GLADSTONE and Mt^P^gOUGH.- Lady Bowen, Tues To MACKAY.-Tíñanle, early. To BROADSOUND.-Tjnoneo, early. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargojvill be forwarded by steamer Bunyip on ¡Jinday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppll Bay. WOODI& WOOD, Agents. | Rockhampton, Januafy 28, J878. FOR SYDNEY vyi BRISBANE. MELBOURNE I TEAMSHIP COM- ¡ TPANYf splendid NEW STEAMER THE CLARENCE, Will leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARP for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about j . THURSDAY, the 31st instant. Freight and pasieggors booked for Mel- bourne and Newc&stl* JOHN IfEADRICK & CO., Agents. ORIEÏT LINE. STEAM TO LONpON VIA THE SUEZ -CANAL. nrfeE ROYAL NETHER. Xf ¿ANDS ...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 28 January 1878

SHOVING MOVEMENT* ATLANTIC, borquc-Clcarod Keppel Bay yostoi day Iround for Maryborough. BUNYIP, «.n-Lefl the wharf yesterday alto nopii ot three, taking n<irtliem mails and passeniii'i for tnuishlpiuent to the s.s: Victoria in Keppel Bay. . BOOMERANG, s.s.-Ia now on lier voyage fron Uusjiort to Sydney. BRIMBANK. B.M.S.- Passed out nf Keppel Bav a . B'SO on- Saturday morning, and arrived at Brisban yesterday. 1 CITY OF NEW YORK, n.M.S.-Leaves Kidney ai the Mst Instant, taUng the usual monthly advices tu . England via Auckland and San Francisco. EGMONT, s.s.-Probably left Cookton-n for To»T - ville on Saturday af temoon. àrX>*È5 'PATERSON, s.s.-Arrived nt Krdstey 01 . Thursday, and left for Rockhampton on Krida}-. LADY BOWEN, s.-Left Brislwne on Wednesdas ? for Rockhampton vi» ports, passed Inskip l'oint In .'M-alrd'at 6-15 a.iu. yesterday. ? : J.ADY YOUNO, s.-Probably loaves Brisbane to morrow on her usual trip to Rockhampton via port», ; ? 801IBK8ET.K.M.&-...

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PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the South Australian Advertiser, December 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 January 1878

ApSTßALIA. (From thc Math Auntraliaii Advertiser, 'H ' \toéoeiHbèr ?&?)' ? THE wheels of t nc move rapidly, and na age advances tiley ppear to fly with increased Sliced. .Tho I'io cere Wild'M>clcôrnid H.M.S. Buffalo and our rat Governor, Captain Hind- , marsh, in Hold/ st Bay,'can hardly iidaJiee the fact that forty inc years |iave passed away since under the lld gum tree, a few hundred ? yards froni thc beach, he -proclaimed fèoiitli Australia a Brit: h colony. Thc anniversary of that event wi be ^oyrujly celebraWd to-day by many thousa ds of per»iJs,'wlIo'aVB proud to call themselvi s South Atlsfádia^and.glad to live in so fair nd fraitful aÄuoär^Bmce we lost kept tiiis fe tival we haye had a year of wholesome pro; eas, 'and a tranquility'dis- turbed only by lie little strifes'or our poli- ticians. Calmlj and quietly our colony is securing its bet hvay, and that, too, on a basis that lnáke! np in safety what it lacks in show. We can iot register like one of -our sister ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 January 1878

BM HB AK E. [FROM »m on CORRESPONDENT.] A \vr.i.coME change inf the weather has heel) experienced th¡8 wee i throughout thc southern portion of the col ny, and rain lias hecn general. In Brisba ic the weather has hcen unsettled since Mom ay, and several inches of rain must have fallet, thc quantity registered for one day being 1 .'. î inch, whilst during two other days there was almost continuous rain, though not very hea' y. All other southern stations report a mc lcrate 'rainfall, but thc ' country is still vcrj much iii need of a good ? downpour, the erecto waterholes, dams, &c, being extremely lm , owing to thc scanty rainfall, of the last wo, years. A moderate flood once a year st :ms to be a necessity in this climate. It is tated that thc Enoggera reservoir, which supj lies Brisbane with water, had fallen so low bef ne thc rain set in hore on Monday that the Board of Waterworks were seriously cons Icriug the advisability of suspending ? tho intering of the streets. Thi...

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[?] TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 January 1878

j BmsBASE, Jahuary 28. * '''-UH IT is understood t at the Honorable C. S. ¿$ Mein, Postmaster-C meraj, lias submitted a fif proposal to the V itorian and New South *i ¡VajeaGovernments for ||ic three, stonies to ¡b olntly construct a eablififcm the! éortheni | shores of Queenslam to 8ttt^apore, and when /? constructed to bc opt In repair lat a "fixed ' contract sum per i nnunj ; the interest and current repairs lieh g estimated as equal to a yearly subsidy.of £ ^,O0d, He further pro- poses that all profi s, pver the working ox- ri ¡jeiises,shall,,lje,,apj roprja^d ,jtç a .fwid^for ; .thc renewal of t\i i cable,-when 'required. Queensland, in addi ion to a fWr&fe' 'contri- j hution to thc cost o the cable, would lay at - her o'-Ä?(Sf^iisc'a < iraiejtó'^ffi&Say Iskj-id. Mr., jM-eiu ^interj^wod^ .the Honorable ! Graiara i pqrrfyf -Jpi mnel. 0,î^â^&i *ftßi" J.. :|j ' expressed » ydetèi ifûiÀW«MBMSfo! îu - t any scheme. of diplii^onMrSßfJäST'f'ort » Dar...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 January 1878

¡ÍHIPIUNC MOVÇMlïNTS. // England via Auckland und Sun FIUUCÍKCO. EGMONT, H.S.-Left TnwiiHviUu ut 1215 ]).iu. yu*, torduy, ïuid hi duo ft U-mou to-day. f f JAMíÍS ÍAÍrnitsON, «.B.-Left tíytlney tor/ thin itig'ti lido. LADY BOWEN, R.b.-Luft Maryborough nt uomi yesterday for tlfakharapton via" llAndalicrg a ni alad ., »Wu«, «nd «Jil probably SJ-JIvo to moirow. LADY Y Otma/s.~ Probably leaves Urislmim t« A^ttt^one p.m., on lier usual trip to Huckbaiuptoii ^'ïiÉldrfHA'ftDT;î,a.*.-WM tb Inavo Sydiip/ for Brisbane yesterday Afternoon. Hbo lanvan tho List named port next {saturday lnoniing for Cooktown viii lix^i . ' ? i. // SOMERSET. R.M.S.-Leaves Brisbane on TlfurWay nert, taking tho usual monthly advices fur England viâ Torres Straits: ? THE CLARENCE, R.B.-Arrive*! nt llrlsbaiie from Sydney,bn Sunduy, oiid left.,for Kocklrfqpton ; yesterday aiterhoou nt five. ? TANJORE, R.M.S-Arrived Off Kins George's Sound on Saturday morning, and left y£stcritay,afZei-. . 'jtodn nar 'Gleuolg. ' HUe bri...

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 29 January 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE.. : MAILS for Brisbane, tho Australian Colonies, etc., n&j EgVnójtt, s.s., close this evening-for registered lottéts at six, anà ordinary letters at eight.' '' ":

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