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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

VICTORIA, I MELBOURNE, January 31. sir. fternce, tue memoer tor jaaiaon, in addressing his constituents yesternight, pointed ont clearly that the first attack was made in the Council by the Government putting on the Estimates the itemfor paymsnt of members ; for whatever the jroinion»»Jer taincd of the action of the Council subse- . - quontly, they did nothing to which exception contd be taken before that. .Mr. Service also .: condemned the action of the Government in thc present crisis. Messrs. Hastings, CuningUam, and Co., report having sold to-day 570 bales wool. Thc competition was good and market steady atlast rates, though nothing beyond,average quality was offered. Greasy poid at 7d. to 11 ä (1. ; scoured at 14d. to ISjd. ; 'ana fleece up to 2ojd.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

rOST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS for all places except thc United Kingdom, per Ii.M.S. Somerset, close tliis morning at eight, and for ordinary letters for thc United Kingdom only, at nine. Late fcc letters may ho posted on board thc Bunyip, s.s., up to eleven o'clock. Mails for ports north of Mackay, lier R.M.S. Somerset, close this morning at ten. Mails for the Australian Colonies, Nev Zealand, and Fiji, per James Paterson, s.s., close-for registered letters nt six, and ordinary letters at eight this evening.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

NEW SOUTH WAI.ES. ', J , SYDNEY, JaJitunylSl, . » In thc Legislative Assembly, Mr. Barbourï motion to suspend the auction sales of Crown land went to a division, and was negatived by . 29 to 12 votes. A fearful collision betwccn.two goods trains occurred last night, at midnight, on Emu Plains, near thc foot of the Blue Mountains. One of thc trains was heavily laden wiüicoal and kerosencshale. Thc cngineB ti lu ¡É)L Jato each other, and the trucks were ,pyfidTH) in a confused mass. The coal anti kerosene shale took fire, and the trucks and merchandise were entirely consumed. The engines, both, of which were completely demolished, Were thc most powerful on thc linc, costing £4000 each. Two firemen anil one of the engine drivers vere killed ou the spot, their bodies being frightfully mutilated. The other engine driver, named Larkins, is dying. He . was formerly employed on the Queensland railways. AU four men leave large families. An inquiry is being held ; the station officials at pro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Tnt reports ending at 9 a.in. yesterday stated the weatlicv to ho fine at all stations excepting Laura, «here it was raining.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] GYMPIE, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND.! [FSOM OÜB OW» COEKESFONDE-VTS.] GYMPIE, January 31. A GRAND reception was given to Mr. Miles Lere to-day. He awarded the prizes at the Agricultural Show, and opened the bridge across the Mary Hiver. A young fellow named Moore, employed- in No. 8 South, Lady Mary Beef,'in trying to release the buckets jammed in the shaft, fell down a depth of sixty feet and was killed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

MAIL MORNING! rj^HE CAPiaCORNÍANcorfoms : HOMEWARD MAIL LETTER. VICTORIAN COUP D'ETAT. HA1IAVAYS IN AMERICA - MARVEL- LOUSLY LOW CARRIAGE HATES. SPORTING NEWS-RACING, HTC. MARSUPIALS DESTRUCTION TAX. THE PERMISSIVE DILL. THE BEST PROFESSION. EUROPEAN NEWS-SPECIAL CABLE GHAMS-REUTERS CABLEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND AND INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS, anil ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK.

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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

FACTS AND /SCRAPS. [From Ihr Pa]>rrs.) Another seizure of Chinamen's fishing nets has been cflccted by Mi'. Fahey, sub-collector of Customs, Cooktown. This time he seized lüö fathoms of netting. Tho seizure took ¡dace at thc Chinese fishing stations on the Annan Uiver, on Thursday. Thc meshes varied from three-sixteenths to seven-eights of an inch. An Kirtiiii'j AVtiv* telegram from Cooktown states that thc Channel Hock lightship keeper at Capo Melville reports having received annoyance from the blacks, and that Captains Kilis and Hannah report that thc lightship has been placed too far westward. Thc men in charge of thc ripon Island light- ship (says the Jlrinliauf yViViyivryiA) have recently been subjected to hostile demonstra- tions by the aboriginals, who in several large canoes, paddled round the light vesBeL and threatened thc inmates, going so far as to throw spears on board. There ai"e several rocks adjacent to the vessel where thc blacks land and continue their unfri...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-WS. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. All KIVESfat Rockluuiiptoii.. .. February 23. Li;AVES Itockliawpton .. ,. February 1.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

SHIPPING IKTELLWEKCE. DErAItTUllES. j JAMUBV ai.-THlî CLAIIEN'CK, S.R., MO tung, Captain J. I). Hurley, far Kyilney vtt Urisliant;. Pas- sengers- Fur Brisbane-Messrs. J, -liarlmli, «corge Frost, Janes AKhor, anti 4ovcn 4lX the gteerago : (at Sydney-Messrs. Janies rotbunter, W. Howell, «;.C Hfalop, and eleven in tho fitecrap! ; for Melbourne Turee io tue steerage. Julio limerick anti Co., agents. January St.-LADY DOIVKN, »., tii tons, Captain W. Cottier, for llrisbane via ports. Passengers-Mrs. J. Y. Walker, Mrs. A. C. UolierUon, Min» S. Huberts, Miss A. HVunlse, Jil«» Collins Misses Davidson <twu). Site Walker, Hov. T. H. IJuttorly, Messrs. A. O. Mackenzie, C J. I<eemm, T. ri. riivnnl. ,J. Y. Walker, H. Henderson, U. Harker, F. l¡. Collins, .1. Posclinmps, A. Hltohins, P. A. Murnini), 1'. Morrow, T. Manchester, Robinson, and fifteen lu thc steerage. ' Wood and Wood, agenta.

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

SHIPPISO MOVEMKNTS. BUNYIP, s.s.-Leaven tho wharf this morning n eleven, biking thc English and muthern mails .111 Íassengoni for transhipment to thu R.M.S. Somer« 1 Keppel Bay. CITY OP NEW YORK, H.M.S.-WM to loav Sydney yesterday, taking thc usual monthly adrice for England »ia Auckland and San Krancisco. EGMONT, «.s.-Left Keppel Bayon Wednesday a fm p.m., and van due at Brisbane lato tact night. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.-Takes her departure fo Sydney direct to-morrow morning nt nine. LADY BOWEN, a.-Tonk Ijer departure for Bri« bane via ports yesterday afternoon at (i-30. LADY YOUNO, s.-Loft Maryborough yestordni morning at ten (or Rockhampton via Oladstone, ami will probably airive at a lat« Lour tü-<lay. LEICHHARDT, s.a.-Lesvos Brisbane tomoiToii morning for Cooktown via ports. SOMERSET, lt.M.S.-Lcft nrisliano vesterdaj at one p.m., taxing the usual monthly advices it» bngland via Torres straits, and is due in Keppel Dav to-night.1 ' THE CLARENCE, s.s.-Took her departure fo...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

January 31.-Tho Clarence, H S, for Sydney viii Brinltane : 209 lades wool, 4 balen «lioepskiim, il hot- heads tallow, 60, buffers, 2 kegs rivets, and two pack agon sundries. January SJ.-Jody Bowen, s,, ior Brisbane via ports : 103 biles wool, 1 parmi book*, 20 quaHer-ciink» wine, 10 liolf-clieatri tea, 241 bapH lime, 1 p:ickaj;o fancy gorrin, e burnes, 2 Impies, 2 dray boxen, fi CIMCN ¿am; 1 package merchandise, 1 cheat drawer*, 1 nach- äffe opima, 1 package gbüawjiro, and 6 packages sundries.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLADSTONE. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

GLADSTONE. [TOO*! A CORRESPONDENT.} Denis» thc carly ]inrt of tho week this district was visited hy some very heavy thunder storms. In some parts thc trees were uprooted, and the creeks set running. The storm apjicaiB to hare prevailed nearly all over the district, hut in some parts thc rain w as very light. The country is now looking delightful, and stock appears to, have re- covered the effects of thc late drought. Mr. M'Loan gave a lecture at the TONTO If all on Monday evening. Considering thc weather (a storm raging during the evening), the attendance was good, and several names wore added to thc list of Coed Templars. Most of thc residents and earners will be glad to learn th vt Billy Burmooudo is in the hands of the pulicc, and may he long continue there. For years Billy has lwen a terror to the district ; hardly n crime iu thc calendar but what he has been guilty of. If a mau was travelling with a swag he had to allow Milly to take what he liked or a blow on the head with a t...

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THE FORTHCOMING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

THE FORTHCOMING RACES. Coscr.nNiNCi a meeting of thc Jockey Glut Committee, hcM yesternight, to inaugurate thc bill of fare for thc year 1878, wc are indebted to thc Secretary for tho follow- ing particulars :-Firstly, it was decided to complete thc fencing of the racocourac ; secondly, to make the running ground of the course good ; and, thirdly, to make such improvements to the Oraud Stand as will satisfy thc most fastidious. As these projects will necessitate a much larger expenditure than has yet been ventured upon, it is hoped that visitors from thc country districts who have had just cause of complaint in past years will bc induced to patronise thc next meet. Those who take an interest iii turf matters will be pleased to sec that thc races arc fixed to take place at a much more reasonable time than heretofore. The prizes arc as follows : Champagne Stakes .£100 0 0 Wies' l'nrse. 30 0 0 District Plate. 00 0 0 Hurdle Hace. 75 0 0 Maiden Plate. 100 0 0 Port Curtis Handicap ... 130...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR—JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

I CALENDAR-3 AXi'iliY-I'EimiiAin. ¡J Ith aft Kpiphany * Thu tidpH rend) Uirfr full nt ibo Pilot Statin», ÎCtijipol Hay, **h. 40m. earlier; and at Rockhampton, 30in. later than thu hon m shown in the above table.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

COMl'LETE ATLAS OF QÜEE.N'SI.AXD. THIS ATLAS "will be published fiTtwrtly. Til ow» deni lin g to prciwu^Tli flin wi vus of tim 1mr*sJiii(J inotrt, ruIi:iWe net nijínirítricl umps of tlie Oilony, îwiind In « miltstaiiti^rmaimer, viii do well tu Íurwiwntbeir orders ut vme tn w i hls¿ M lyn* K i >" -s Hole Ap||ti#tlie North. Price lo Wuhscrihw«» J^^Nuii-HuWrilit'rs, £2 10s PiospocluBjft Fuiius^^PpUciittoc,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

THE CORNER STONE OF HEALTH. Vigour is tho rnrncr Hinno of 1 mil tl i, tholmst giinrantae nf a lone lifo. To infuse íít-'í'üi.'iíieíit vi ütí i ty into ¿lio duliili Ufad phyaUpw timi ref «nu tl IOHO digestivo and urinary irregularities which interfere- with the general well-being nf tho .".^ Al« RAPID PROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION, (i! atprmidarity-IntriiiKic merit. Kuducuil Price «f th IÎOMK COMPANION, lt i« only u fen mouths H CU tho tí rsl Kliipmeiit arrived ; hut the Machine is i risdly pond, that there ¡ire already more Hinno ( mipanioiiK wild in Queensland nmntlry than are NO! of nny other Hand Mewing Machine. This rap it meemi exhausto! our «t<N-.k again and again ; but o have now a go«l supply and plenty mon; to arri vi The great c^nAimpltnn han warranted UH in mali tig :L largo omiwiirt MÍ til th« Manufacturer at a Io or rato than {finerty, which cn alt] us UH to reduce lie retail pricftCi Pour Pnuiid« Ten Shillingn. We wi notcuuiuentqfthegond points of the Machine-ve...

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

CALIIOIIMAN notlE. ARRIVES at Rocklrauipton about.. February e. LEAVES Rockhampton about .. February 24. £ST The JMbormieSuez mall arrives nt .MEL- BOURNE about 10 flays earlier, and departs about 10 days Inter than the date shown in thc above table. The Californian mall arrives at SYDNEY about ü days e'lriier, am] depart* about 10 days later.

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MELBOURNE-SUZE ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

MKLI)Ol)rcNE-Sl.'F.Z nOUTE. ARRIVES nt Rockhampton «bout., February ll. LEAVKlS Itockhtuuptoii about .. February 12.

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THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

THE INLAND MAILS. I Aramac. Banana . Blackall. lînwen Down» .. ; Calliope. ! Clermont. Copperfield Crocodile. 1 Duaringa. 1 Kmn Purk ami Cawarral 1 <'ladstone-overland .. lotira, R.O. I Lilyvale. Marlborough îîeho . I Rolleston. i Reserve, R.O. I Rosewood, R.O. Springsure I St. lawrence , Tnmlto . 1 Taroom. Toorilla. I Yaamba-. I Post Town or Receiving Office. Mails dos* nt Rockhampton Wednesday, at 7 a,m. .. Tuesday, at 7 a. m. Tuesday,, nt 7 o.m. Wednesday, at 7 a.m. .. Thursday, at 7 o.m. Wednes. and Sat., at 7 a,m. Wednes. and Sat, at 7 n.m. Monrfay, nt S o.m. Daily, at 7 a.m. .. Saturday, at ll a.m. Thursday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, nfc ll a.m. Wednes. and Sat., nt 7 Tuesdny, at 1 p.m. Tnesday, at l p.m ftntrmiay, at 7 a-rr Tuesday* at ll a.nr Tuesday, at ll n.TL. Tuesday and Sat., at 7 ¡ Tnesdny, ntl p.m. Tnesday, at 7 a,m. Tnesday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at 7 a-m. Tnesday, at 1 p.m. Arrive at Post Town. Leave Tost Town. Arrivfl at Rockhampton Friday, at s p.m. Wednesday, at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

MAÍtS via TORRES STRAITS, for tJjVUmted Khurdojn, the Continent of Europe, India, Cmua, &c,, will ULOSK ai thin office a« under: For Ilcgistorott Lottertet <î p.m., and for Money Orders fit i p.m. on THUf&BA Yy sirfTnstont. For Newwpapors and Kook Packsb, ajri a.m., and for Ordinary Lottere, for till ptowlLtxeept tho United . Kingdom, ut ti a.m., and forJBLcrs for thc United Kingdom only, nt V o.m. FfíUffV¡Tb¡t proximo. Letter« for or viii the IMitcd K.uWloui, lieaiinj: ti late foe of sixpence, vam lie posterfmtn hoard the steamer Bunyip, nt tha/t.&N. Vomps^e Wimrf, up to ll a.m. tüune day. f / DANIEL PETEIWN. / PoHiuuuiter, Post Office, RocUnampton, January 19.4B76.

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