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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-1S7S. ? XOIUUS STRAITS nom.. AIHUYES at Rockhampton .. .. Veliranry 23. LIS AVES Rockhampton .. .. February 1.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE-SUFZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

WF.LllOl'ENI'. Sl'l-J', HOLTE. ARB I VES at Rockhampton aliout.. Feliniaryll. LUAV,KS ineckbiuUptpii about .. February 12.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALIPORNIA ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

CAUl'OÜMAN naiTR. ARRIVER at Rockhampton about.. February 8. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. January 29. esr Tile Melbonrne-Ruer. mail arrives nt 51IX noURNB about 10 flays earlier, anil uenaits aliont 10 days Inter than the date shown in the nliove table. The Cnll/omlan mail arrive« nt KVDNKV about 8 days earlier, and departs about 10 days later.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AnnlvAL. j jAM'AiiY ai).-TnOMAS )AY, fcoteh, IS tann, \V. JuUnbon, uuuitcr, from Mi yborough. SL-usier, liront. CLEA ASCE. iamnrj- M.-HKINIMÍ1 ll, »clif>nwr, 24 tT*, I'. Bruwii, inaKter, for liumla CI'ÍÍ. M;isU»r, agent.

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

RHIPPUÍQ MOVEMENTS. BOOMERAKO,«.«.-Fmnitoickhairipton to Sydney, ls due at her destination to-day. BUNYIP, s.s.-Lcavea the wharf thin morning at lire, toking southern malls omi passengers for tran shlpmont to the s.s. Egmont in Keppel lluy, CITY OF NEW VOIÎK, ll.M.S.-Leave* Svdnoyon the .list Instant, taking tile imial monthly advice» for England via Auckland and San Francisco. KOMONt, ».».-Wt Bon en nt thra>a.lu.yeiitord.v and U due In Keppel Hay tills morning. HEROS schooner.-Arrived yesterday, .md hauled alongside the Hallway wharf. Bim brings 110 ton» of coal for thc Hallway department. JAMES PATERSON, <r.».-Fmm Kydnrv, passed Capo Capricorn inward yesterday nt 2'30p.n^, nnd w'" arrive by this morning's tide. LADY s.s. -Loft Bnndalierg at four p.t". yesterday for Rockhampton and Gladstone, and »Ul arrive by to-night's tide. LADY YOUKO, s.- Leaving Brisbane vcslorday nt one p.m., on her usual trip to Itockliamptou ri' ports, would bo doe at Maryborough this afternoo...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

IA upocíal charge ia matte for consignees' announce went* lu this calinjiu l ? .Intmnry M.-Tlininiw Day, toidi, from Mary- borough : 10,000 foot timber.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., Wbolosalo agents, Brisbane Elliott Bros, & Co WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS,' Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggist*' Sundries, Surgical Iu truments, Trusses, ; Etc ; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacture rs of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones. . 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, STONEY, and BRISnANR. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. HigMy recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced 4 it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invtleable for. Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

IMPOUNDED at Tambo, on ilic Jilli January, 1878, from Babbaloora, by order i of J. M'Leaii, Esq. Drivmg, 13s. 4d. per I bead : 1. Roan chestnut marc, JB (conjoined, side- j way«) near sbouldcr, two diamonds 3 off shoulder, star, saddle marked. 2. (ïrcy horse, like DY2 (registered, thc 2 blotched) near shoulder, Baddie marked and girth galled. 3. Grey horse, SV or 6V near shoulder, saddle, marked. 4. Grey horse, like G4T (registered) near shoulder. 5. Black marc, two hind feet white, like SI A. (registered) under like F off shoulder. C. Chestnut horse, off hind foot white, en- larged \YJ over D near shoulder. fi not released on or before the Otb Feb- ruary, 18"8, viii be sold to defray expenses, i JOHN HUliHSTON, ; 1'oimdkceper. IMPOUNDED ot Gladstone, from River stone, on thc 23rd January : Grey horse, like AB (conjoined) near j shoulder, 13 near thigh. ' Roan mare, like JU3 near thigh, with bay foal at foot. Chestnut horse, like LIP off rump, like DF3 (registered brand) near should...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

\JICTOrtIA. I IMELBOURNE, January 29. j Sir Brian O'I ighlen will ,. 1». gazetted Attorney-General 1 i-night. ?< It is understooi that Governor Bowen has thc sanction of the Imperial authorities for jier mitting thc incluí on bf the item for payment of members iu the Appropriation Bill. ^ Thc Mayor, in < iinpliance Arith a requisition from a largo numb ir of citizens, liss convened a meeting for Tl irsday next, in tho Tom ? Hall, to consider t ie political situation. Sir Brian O'Log Icu and Mr. Francis were -''i both nominated f r West Melbourne to-day. ?? The polling takes ] lace next Monday. ' j It is rumoured t tat the Government intend, ., immediately after ho re-assembling of Parlia- '?? ment, to iutroduci a Suiiply Bill ; and tliat if it be passed a bl cf adjournment will follow for the prcparatiAi and introduction of a hill for Constitutional lefonn. Bislio]i Thornto: , of Ballarat, lias issued an exhortation to tb clergy of his diocese to avoid politica...

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A CRUSHING TURKISH DEFEAT. (London Daly Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

A CRUSHING TURKISH DEFEAT. (London Daly Telrgrajù.) ON Saturday. Novcml or 3, tho enemy wore within tai milos of Ki zeroum, and had even mushed a rccounaissa ce to tho foot of the Devcboyun Pass. It ' a» evident, therefore, that the attack was no far distant, ami that no time could be spi red if thc capital of Armenia was to bo saved. On our side scouts were actively cn ployed in ascertaining the Russian strength i lid tho movements of their advancing corps, and it resulted from the information thus ibtaiued that wc had least thirty thousan UuBsian infantry, supported by 150 gui s and vast masses of cavalry, immediately i our front. On the morning of Monday, November 5, a great movement of the enemy was visible from, tho Turkish left, in the din ction of the villages of Kiuuidjes and Soi lirlu. Thc Russians could lie discerned ac vancing, with a con- siderable force of inf intry and artillery, against the positions entrusted to Ismail Pasha. The Turks reir iii od in their trenches a...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

ROCKHAMPTON POUCH COURT. ¡ I I Tttwl\i, Jamutry SO. ', 1 BEFORE the Police llagistrato. " ï> ', Patrick Shea, iirrested under warrant, charged with horscsteab'ng, was remanded until Friday for tilt production of evidence inion thc application] of the police. George Munro ri Alexander Scott.-Tho ;\ defendant pleaded quilty to illegally using a ', j horac, and was sentenced to one month's im- prisonment in Bockhfinpton Gaol. Mr. Mel- bourne appeared for nie complainant. William Cherry r.l William Sheehy.-Mr. * Melbourne for thc complainant, Mr. Mackay, from thc office of Messrs. Bees 1!. Jones and | Brown, for tho defeialont. There were two cases-one for ti*espasBing on enclosed laud, and the other for entenmu upon enclosed land without the consenti of the owner. Mr. i Mackay applied for ni adjournment for the ' attendance of witnesses] residing at thc Comet River. Mr. 'Melbourne not objecting, tho Bench granted on adjournment until Tuesday, Febniary 5. j In the afternoon. Patrick ...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. AA'EDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, ]S7S. IT is to be regreltctí that Mr. Mein's mission to thc southern colonies has ap- parently been fruitliss so far as his efforts on behalf of cable duplication are concerned. His pro msal looks like a feasible one, althoug i it must not be forgotten that a dupH ate cable between Australia and Sin] apore would not entirely guard again! ; interruptions, the latter place being onnecled with the Asiatic telegraph s; stem by a single cable only. Still, n ost of the interrup- tions occur on this side of Singapore, and if Mr. Mein's p oposal were carried out communicatioi would be rarely suspended, and th n for a short time only. Besides, so mer or later there will be duplication secured throughout, and it is clear tl it Normanton and Singapore must at io very remote date be connected, even if the whole burden of cost fall upon th s colony. The New Sont i Wales mercantile people have passed a resolution in favour of laying a cable b< twee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

MAILS viâ T3RRES STRAITS, for the Tinted [tinprrtom, the Continent oT Europe, India. Chino, ¿a , «111 CLOSE at thin office as under:- * / Tor Registered Letter nt fl Jm.itKA for Money Orders nt* p.m. on THl tSDA^fm itiHtauL .Kor Newspapers and Dook ! acketv MW ? n.wur^n^ for Ordinary Lettern, for ni placen excenWflfc Uni tefl Kingdom, at 8 n.ni., an fnr IcttmWrrîr thc United Kingdom only, at 8 o.m. lUDAJ^tt proximo. Lottern for or via thc Tnited Ki/sdoiii, ite:irlnpA lat« feö. of sixpence, mi tte poH*d tm hoard Uic Hteamer Bunyip, at the . S.N. ^9tjBß%fi Wharf, vp lo ll a.m. Bailie day. Jr\y I .NIEL rWffTtSON, Postmaster. Post Office, nockbampt i, Januar}* 19,1678. TIME IS THE BEST TEST of the clalmR of a medicine. If it potmcfwpn no decided efficacy all the puping In the world «ill w* pive it permanent popfllnrlty. ft is more thnn n qnarter of a rantury Mnee WOLVHO WOLFE'S SCH I KI)AM AttOldATIC SCHNAPPS wan first put upon the mnrltets, and it is to-dny tlie loading tunic beverage,...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESP0NDENTS.] BRISBANE, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. y QUE! NSLAHD. ; [FIIOM OPB OW COBBE8F0NDEKTS.1 ' BiasnANE, January 29. THE Premier left f r the Downs, and thc i Minister for Works fe ' Gympie, this afternoon. After their return, p obably a week hence, it is understood that tl e Government will make provision for Mr. Th m's BUCCCBBC*,. ^ . It is probable tua Mr. Ballard will bs ap- , *> pointed Engineer-in- !hicf of Iiaibj^^t. in the ' Central and Norther i District», WB super, vise thc. construction of the Townsville , line, 1 and will occupy a position equal to Mr. Stanley in the south. " It is also understoo I that Sir James Cockle, Chief Justice, has ap] lied for leave of absence for his fifteenth year i f the term for which he was appointed, bavin now completed fourteen 1 years service. It ha not transpired whether Iiis Honor intends t retire on his pension or continue to hold the Chief Justiceship. No 1 decision has Iteen arr: cd at yet with respect to his Honor's locum next, and the conditions upon w...

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THE PROPOSED GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

I THE PROPOSED diïAitifAIt SCHOOL, j A rrjULic meeting va held it the School of Arts on Monday ova ing, to consider ami decide upon thc steps i cccssary for thc estab- lishment ufa grammar ichool in Rockhampton. Thc attendance was ros icctablc and thoroughly representative. Ilia Worship thc Mayor took thc chair, and read thc requisition, which was signed hy no fewer til in eighty of tho rate payers. Ho conclude 1 hy calling upon tho miner of the first resol ition. Thc Kev. AI.EXANM t HAY, M.A., read tho following resolution, w lich had been placed in his hands, viz.:-"Tin t in thc opinion of this meeting immediate ste 8 Bhould lie taken for thc establishment of v Grammar School in Rockhampton." He esteemed it a great privilege, he said, to lccupy the position he now did in reference t< this movement. He wa» surprised, when is attention was first tinned tn liockhanipt ii as a possible future sphere of labour and re lidcncc, to find that it h.nl un grammar selie il ; and ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 30 January 1878

Shipping Announcements. Tim AUSTRALASIAN jtEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM SB po SYDNEY TORiCT.- Jame« Paterson, ou or about Thandy, [To MELBOURN!.-James Paterson will take pa«Benger» any cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. [To BRISBANE Dlf EOT. - Egmont, This Steming, Wfldnesdly, at 6. . BRISBAlÄlut GLADSTONE, BUN- DABERG-, and MARYBOROUGH. - Lady Bowen, Thursday.*! ito MACKAY.-Tinpnee, early, bo BROADSOUNDj-Tinonec, carly, fco COOKTOWN ftlrORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and ca&o will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip Sunday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, January 30, 1878. FOR SYDNBy VIA BRISBANE. THE MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S splendid NEW STEAMER THE pLARENCE, ITU! leave ROCKJBtAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on THURS- DAY MORNING at 8 o'plock. Freight and pasfengers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcasie. I For fidl patticularlapply to GILCHRISS WATT, * CO., B Sydney ; or JOHN BEADRICK & CO., m ? Rockhampton. FO...

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THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 31 January 1878

THE GRAMM Ul SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR oi THE BULLETIN. j SIR,-I think that tho mooting last night ought to have been info med that the Reserve fizetted for the Grimm ar School adjoins thc own Hall reservo. It has three chains frontage to Bolsovcr-st «et, five chains and thirty links to Dcrby-st cet, and three chains to Alma-street. The irea is one acre two roods fourteen perches, and the proclamation alienating thc land asa j ermancnt reserve fora Gramnufr School is dat id 8th July, 1870 - (Seo page 818 of thc Cot rament flnwtle, 1870.) This site is in my opin >n thc liest and most central which can he c itoined. It is high, dry, clean, and health , and the gravelly nature of thc surface f thc ground makes it. fit for a recreati ni ground -without any further outlay. Thc only objection which can bc raised a ainst it is, that the area is too small for a ilayground and school buildings. In my ojiini in, there is quite suffi- cient for the buildings uni for boys ordinary recreations, b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 31 January 1878

VTpTOltlA. MEUIOUKNE, January 30. 1 The Legislativo Council met yesterday, wheo a letter was -ead from the Governor refusing to lay tho copy of the Ministerial memorandum hcfoi i the Council, on tho ground that it was not customary to make any documents si it to the Imperial . authorities public un il they had been received and published by th« n. It is stated that in i he Legislative Assembly, on meeting, thc fit it business will bc tho adoption of an ail dre s to "the Queen; and that nothing else will ht done until ali answer is received. It is e cpected at the end of February.

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CURIOUS TELEPHONE EXPERIMENTS. (The Times, November 16). [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 31 January 1878

CURIOUS TELEPHONE EXPEBl- I MENTS. (TheTinuJüfovimlicrlGJ. ON thc 4th of May, If 77, there Mero strange scenes in tho Boston Music-hall. Going to the small telephone lioif with its slender wire attachments, Mr. Hr I coolly asked as though addressing some om in an adjoining room, "Mr. Watson, arcyi u ready Î" Mr. Watson five miles away il Somerville, promptly answered in tho af intuitive, and soon was heard a voice si lgiug"America." Thon j followed thc Fortugi) iee Hymn, to the amaze- ment of a hushed aui ¡euee. Going to another I instrument conner, .ed by wiro with Providence, forty- .bree miles distant, j Mr. Bell listen d a moment, and said, " Signor Br gnoli, who is assisting at a concert in the Providence Music Hall, will now sing for is." In a moment thc cadence of the tenor > »otes rose and full, thc sound being faint, sometimes lost, and then again audible. Late ', a cornet solo, played in Somerville, was v. ry very distinctly heard. Still later, a threc-pi rt song floate...

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THE PROPOSED GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 31 January 1878

THE PROPOSED GRAMMAR SCIIOO'l. TUE Grammar Schoi 1' Committeo held thch firat meeting in lie Municipal Council Chamber juatarday i ftemoon. All tho mem- bers were present. 1 usiuess commenced by a motion that Mr. J. M icfarlauc take the chair, which he reluctantly onsented to do, chiefly on the ground of al scnce from town while engaged in parliauieu ary duties. The Chair- man said Mr. Willia i Davis, Town Clerk, had expressed his villingucss to ' act, as Honoraiy .Secretary, 01 which a motion was at once passed asking tba gentleman to perform thc duties. It was then moved that tho Rev. A. Hay, and Messrs. T. Archer and C. H. Buzacott, bc appointed a sub-coaum too to draft a circular setting forth the obje :ts of the Committee, and the means propose 1 for their attainment. Some discussion fi [lowed as to whether subscriptions should bc asked for a- Irays' school, or for both a g ris' and a boys' school. Thc Act having been : cferred to, it was found that although a prel iniuary subs...

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