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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1878. THE recommendation of the Telegraph, that Mr. Garrick be offered the portfolio for Lands, indicates that hope is yet entertained of patching up the Cabinet in such a manner as to carry it through another session. With Mr. Thorn replaced by the member for East Moreton, thc personnel of the Ministry would be decidedly improved. Regarded politically it would be a more capable and more homogenous Cabinet than the Ministerial party have been able to pre- sent since the retirement of Mr. Macalister. Every one of its members, by established reputation as well as pre- sent profession, is a decided Liberal. Mr. Thorn's presence in a Liberal Ministry-and for the matter of that, in any Ministry-was a scandal to repre- sentative institutions. And it must be distinctly understood that we have none but the kindliest feelings towards Mr. Thorn personally. There is much in his character to admire, for with all his trickiness and total want of concen- tration, ...

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

FLOKI 1,1 NE!-KonTIIBTKETII AND BIIF.HTH -A few drops of the liquid 4* Floriline " sprinkled ou a wet tooth-brash produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses thc teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gams, prevent» tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It re- moves sdi unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. "The Fragrant FJoriline," being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to thc taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. Gd. of all Chemists and Perfumers, Prepared by HENBV C. GALLUP, 493 Oxford-street, Loudon. IMPOUNDED at rockhampton, on thc 2!)th January, 1878, by order of P. ligan, Ksq., from his Paddock. DamagCB on bay horse, 2s. dd. ; special damages on brown mare, £2 2s.: Bay gelding, Al A near shoulder, H3IIofT shoulder. Brown marc, P near shoulder, 2PM near ribs, 1I3H off shoulder. If not released will be sold on 22...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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WILFUL MISREPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

WILFUL MrSÈEPBBSENTAtlON. TUE Brisbane correspondent of the Melbourne Argo* supplies that journal with a mendacious version of the "Douglas escapade." We re- print it to "show.to what-singular lengths Pre« companionship ' will go in perverting truth to sive a friend. The .correspondent laments that "tfoewholemsttermighthavebeen kept out of the local public prints but for a curious incident illustrative of the malignancy of private revenge." The unblushing manner in which the writer admits fliat an attempt wu made tomuzde the metropolitan journals is refreshing, and we do not believe there is the slightest ground fqr the statement respecting the ''grocer's grudge.'' We regret that the Argus should nave been so Bcandalously 'hoaxed, and trust for its' own reputation sake that a change will bc made in its Brisbane correspondent. Does the Argus, we ask, ever burk a Police Court report because an offender happens to be an ex journalist, a Premier, Bishop, or any other j great person ? An...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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WIDE BAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

WIDE BA t ÙlSTSicr. IT is roughly estimated (says' the Wide Bay News) that there are ¡fl Maryborough at least 2000 goats. Of these sixty fiave been re- gistered. The remainder will be snot down as they come within range of the Wiuiicipal Insjicctor's rifle. . THE crushing at Nerada plantation (says the Marrjliorowjh C/ironidf) wis concluded-last week ; the product for the season amounts inclusive of thc sugar yet to be won from the molasses in store-to about 150 tons. The acreage under cano available for the coming season is equivalent to a production of folly 300 tons, should the crop provo moderately good. THE skeleton found near the Frankstone Road on Monday (says the Sams journal) ia supposed to bo that of a Polynesian ; whether of one who took to the hush in that neighborhood about two years ago, and was never recovered, or -of tbè " boy lost from Irrawarra plan tation.last October, it uncertain, probably thc former, as the 'bones were thoroughy bleached. No clothes-or any othe...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

Wholesale *geat8,prmbane._ ElliottBroB, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTEÏtS, Importers ot Patent DÄ' Sundris.. Surgical In Medicines, ^"»T*EtCi. Soda-water, and rlTÄnn^^'Good.. Manufacturer« Cordial Manuuic^" Gbua Biowers, Etc., MÄ"4Ä.SÄh.V, Bon, Dust, fBBMBAMB. Chemical Workl«>d Glass ?Factory, Iron CoveiBalnuun, Sydney. ELLIOTTS OHAMPAONE QUININE ] WINE. RI.M»rt«>m¿M>dea by the Fawlty, and ^^J^^Ä'and aged ; it strengthens &Satis tho appetite, "d lo» of«PP*Öto. fjiX^tetnl and ty ^X in^ÄoreTacoSial tonic is fe^lf ft^o^or to sherry and blfters. ' Betane, January 3, 1876. mOTSÍ"?^lAt toniT ever introduced SÄbrira&ehonour tobe, your ^^ÄV STAKER Me«T,^u<Wi & Co., Braham. BLOOD PURIFIER. toaötcWe^^ B^Ä» ^OryrtalN Whit BTh\^tt- Gaznate Aon,»!. «Í*^ T&n now* P^Ash, Black Ash Sulphate Iron, pow I ggf ?,¡3^ SaLvm ^oiirSn*. SutohuticAoid T^ricTcia^er M&fe «d Nitno oiWmbulk ShX,iOa«> Ben ^ïML.1?* Spirit, ot cÄtltaU« ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

Shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIRECT.- James Paterson,   To-morrow Mominj Saturday, at 9. To MELBOURN! .-Jame« Paterson will take passengers and augo to be transhipped at Sydney. ' To ^BRISBANE DH X7T, - Victoria, on or To SSBM^S, VI GLADSTONE and JraJKOUGH. - Lady Young, Tues .CKAY.-Tinolce, early. IADSOUND.-tinonee, early. _ _ «TOWN ft NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargo frill be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip on Sanday next, to meet mail steamer in Keppel Bay. WOOD ft WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, February I, 1878. FOR SYDNEY val BRISBANE. x~t-~ rr\ñÉ MELBOURNE jm3kat-J- STEAMSHIP COM ^MKfAIIio splendid NEW ^»???«^'STEAMER TOÉ CLARENCE, Wül leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRBBANE, on or about WEDNESDAY, thjlSth instant. Freight and p&ssefcers booked for Mel- bourne and Newcastle JOHN BËADRICE & CO., I Agents. FOR WNfjON DIRECT. THE AA1 cfípPER BARQUE SO0TTÍBH HERO, 867 Toss RHJISTSB, CAPT...

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NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. ANOTHER MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 1 February 1878

NORTHERN MAIL NEWS. ANOTHER MURDER. ON Friday last (says thc Cooktown Herald), a man named David Phillips, who is engaged looking after the mail horses at Deep Creek, arrived in town and reported that on the 10th January, while out looking for horses in the bush, he found the dead body of a Chinaman. The unfortunate wretch had evidently been murdered, as there was a deep gash from a tomahawk, extending from the eye to the month, and the nose smashed in. There were no clothes on the body, they apparently having been dragged off him ; no property was about except an old saucepan. Phillips buried the poor wretch, who had been dead three or four days. At present there is no clue to the murderers, who are supposed to be either countrymen of the deceased or Europeans, as Phillips states that there are no blacks in the district. : , THE KINGSTON TRAGEDY. As many of our readers will remember (says the Cooktown Herald), the Kingston, schooner, stayed in our port for some months refitting for...

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THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

. THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY. ON tlic presumption that there has been a sufficient rainfall is these districts generally to encourage tillers of thc soil, much activity will be called for to keen growing crops clean during this tttnnth, and to get m seasonable crops. It shcVld be always borne in mind by farmers and flardeiiers alike that vegltctfil crops are profi\ss. No soil can support a crop of weeds Vud any other thing at the same time. \ Many things shtWd be sojiwrfn the kitchen gorden on the earliest n(lportuuity-cabbage, cauliflower, and cclkrrfn particular. If the weather is favourahXTtowards thc end of thc month peas and Brentyi beans may bc sown. Full crops of prmipkiW vegetable marrows, grammas, cucumbers, and melons may now bo sown with/a better Jjrospect of success than two/months earlier ; in fact early or late /lu thc summerk that is, during spring and autumn, these craps grow to best perfection. Beetroot, radhnL lettuce, and cross can lie sown a...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

CRICKET. Messrs. M'Crcdic (iud Dixon, who arc shortly leaving for Sydney, are to be presented with some suitable testimonials, by the Good Templara of Hhia town, for their successful services in thc cricket field during their con- nection with the cnHjs of the order. In the cricket matcn^jlaycd tho other day at Syduey, between thc\?iea»*and Stage, tho " knights nf thc pen " suafeded in wmning the match by twelve cptus^uotwithstanding thc match ticing looksfl on as\jn easy thing for the Stage team/The totaPwere-Press, 138 and 52 ¡ tlu/Stage, 129 ano, 49. The greatest excitenlént was manifested over the conclusion of the game, and thc victorous team was vociferously cheered by the numerous spec- tators. Among the names of thc winning side I notice that of a well-known and j esteemed Rockhampton Press man, lately on a «sit to the New South Wales metropolis. | LONÖSTOP. I

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BROWN AND KIRWAN's STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

BROWN AND KIRWAN-'* 8TÓCK ANT) STATION Stations.-We nave; had several inquiries for tightly stocked cattle stations situated in the unseWod districts, with a goo/1 balance of lease, to Vin. .Tho demand for western 'country conihues, and /ve liear of several valuable prdberties hanng changed hands. We would drdVsneciftj/atteution U> Rvcsbnin Station, on theVarr RA-cr, now in our hands for sale. This roVgiiifKeut station is generally admitted to be oneLpS if not the best in thc .district; the coudwy is of the very liest description, and splendidly watered, while the cattle arc twdeníáblvwell bred. . Store Cattle.-ThfereV still a good demand for Ulis class of stock, bm as yet there is ino alteration in prides, wKch until there is general and steady/ram, af» not likely to risc. Our sales are :-JOn acconVit of Horace C. Coôilèr, Esp., Ra+enswoodX 700 head mixed catjUc,. six months up, wita ten uer cent of calvès riven in, lt £3 perViead, to John . RfevensorX EsoJ; land on aAouiit of J...

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RIFLE SHOOTING, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

HIFLK SnOOTING, &c. Thc fourth competition for tho Copperfield Cup took place on the 23rd January. Thc shooting generally M'as very indifferent, several of those competing licing unveil. Mr. .Scott succeeded in heading thc list, with a total of 52 ; Mr. Williams ticing next with 41. This hoing Scott's second time of winning thc trophy, he onrWhas to obtain highest score once more to seVvre final possession of thc coveted prise. Tn», firing was atÜHf"same ranges as previous contests, viz.-2<)07 300, 400, and 500 yards. >^ ytr The excellent shootingra^c hy Mr. Waugh in a recent pigeon match<lnW|w South Wales, when he brought ddwn tliirfk birds out of foi-ty, has caused/many other cn^ck shots of that colony to Ify to eclipse that gentleman's performance. ( One of the Smith nundy, it seems,'at Cook's Hiver, very nearly ap])Peached Mr. Waugh's score, having " grossed " no less thau thirty-three hirds out of forty-five, at a twenty-five yard's rise. The ma...

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MACDERMOTT BROTHERS STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

MACDEltMOTT nilOTIUÜM. STOCK AN» STATION Stations.-Wc have toothing frosh to report under this head, the mlcertainty of thc season is retarding business. 1 Wc have had several inquirios fur properties in our hands for sale, but buyers are awaiting a general downfall of rain before purchasing. Fat Cattle.-The demand is slack and likely to continuo so fur sumo time ; if thc season turns «JW well thc demand will bc fully supplicdiVWc have soW 200 bullocks on account of W, (Junni/ghain, Ksq., lianues, at £G 10s.;Vi)d 200 ot account of O. C. .1. Beardmore, rV|., Tooipoiiiliah, at £6 ls. Od. per bead. \ / Store Cattle. \ Wc /rave a large number of all descriptions \ our hands for sale, some very superior Hcrqcw, and arc negotiating for two or three lota, Vilich we hope to rcjiort j thc sale of in our/ntext. Wo quote hcifei-s good at £4 />erV head ; for small lots, an advancF on\ above quotations. Mixed Cattle, I \vith\ ten per cont of calves, £.1 to £3 os. Bollocks, two to six I years,...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. - /.ii/'*' r-.- UV- . TILE Foiicc Magistrate held au inquiry into the late case ot drowning, yesterday «rftraty "^HBTJII the Court House, when tho following eviflenco was elicited and tho inquiry adjourned until thia afternoon for the pro- duction of a child of tthe deceased. George Garrick dep ised that be was mate of tho schooner Heron, lying at thc Railway Wharf ; on Thursda- morning upon turuiug to work about six o'cl ck, he observed a body in tho water between 1 ie vessel and tho river bank, and lie inimcdia ely went into tomi and informed a constable o the fact ; he heard no noise when on board the ship ; he saw thc body was that of a fen ale w hen it was brought on shore. Christina Hansen de losed she resided near the Railway Station, and liad known thc deceased, Airs. Guider, for twelve months ; on Thursday morning al mt two o'clock thc deceased awoke her a d asked her to buy a humpy ; she told de» ised to go away ; the latter said she wanted to sell thc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

fpHE CAPMCORNfANcoMxas: HOMEWARD MAIL LETTER. VICTORIAN COUP D'ETAT. KAIL WA YS IN AMERICA - MARVEL- LOUSLY LOW CAimiAOE RATES. ' SPORTING NEWS-IIÁCINÜ, ETC. MARSUPIALS DESTRUCTION TAX. ' THE-PERMISSIVE BILL. THE BEST PROFESSION. EURO-PEAK .»EWS-SPECIAL CABLE GRAMS^REUTKR'S .CAULKURAMS. QUEENSLAND AND INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS, anti ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK.

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Friday,[?] 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. j Fruían, Fehmarn J. BKFOUE tlic Police Aligistratc. VAGUASCV.-AH «un was charged with having no lawful or fisiblo means of support. Kdwnrd Sheehy, ga/>ler, deposed that defcii <laut hod heon cojifiljed in tte gao] here for the past three months^ having heen received from Cooktown ; his term of impri- sonment expired /yesterday, and lie was-' discharged, uni remised to leave tho gaul ; hf had not sufficient! means to support hiuj. Sergeant burke onrroborated tho evidence of Mr. Sheehy, and nie Bench ordered the defen- dant to ho imprislncd for six weeks. / DRUNKENNESS. I-Edward Fiddes pldfcled not guilty, and after hearing the evidence of Constables Livingstone and Lowry, tlio/ISench committed the Icfendant to thc Lunatic Reception House 4 Mr. A. Tliozc , J.P., here took hil scat on tho Bench. NON-PAYMENT JF WAGKK.-Patrick Nugent r. Archibald Ora ; and another. Mr. Milford » appeared for the omplahiaut ; thc defendants pleaded .¿vise &...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SHIPPING MîjraiENTS. ATLANTIC. hnraua-l'iuBwIJirtoJa'nnrlBnv vp tenlav, and anchored ...fffiSoi HU!. Mítí left cl. Bay fm- MnryWmAh on Sunday, «ml lias put back t port probably ttiniitgli stress of weather. BUNVIP, s.s.- Left Uiewharf yesterday mundup; i eleven, taking tlio Kuglinh alni northern mails au tho following pasHOngenj fm- truii»h[piiiciit ta til 1I.M.S. Somerset in Keppel Hay :-Fur Jliingkung . Three Chinese; for Thursday Island-<me "in th tteecage. . UUNYfP, s.s.-TieaTesUie wharf to -morrow a . hoon, taking northern mulls anil nasHeiiKer* fe transhipment to the a.s. leichhardt In Ivepjn l JIaj-. CITY OF NEW YORK, R.M.S.-I,eft Sydno an Thursday, taking thc usual tiioutlily advices io England Tia Auckland and San Francisco. JAMBS FATBRNON, «.H.-Tates lier departure fa Sydney direct this morning at nine. LADY BOWEN, s.-Took her departure fur «ri» liane »ia porta on Thursday afternoon at (l ao, »iii cleared Keppel Boy j estonia y at lois a.m...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Tiri1 r<)poTtsîe/ding at 9 a,m. yesíeruíy, stated thc weathertolje fine at all stations. The rainfall for: *he week was-At Keppel Bay, 0-09 inch; Gilbert Ki vcr, I'17 ; Creen Creek, 2-64 ¡ Normanton, 0/09 ; Durah, 2-02 ; . ÍTébb, ? 'OW/ 1 Ravenswood, ? O'IO ¡ Junction Creek, 0'20f ,.

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. ; MAILS , for the Australian Colonies, New '. Zealand, and.Fiji, per >Janies Paterson, s.s., close this .morning at eight. . .Mails for .ports north of St. Lawrence, per ' Leichhardt, .. s.s., -dose - this evening-for Jfigiatercd ¡ottersat .air,, mi .ordinary letters at eight.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. , , SVDNEV, February I. TnE Colonial Treasurer (iii. Cohen) made : his rWancial statement in the Legislative : AsscinVly last night. He showed that At the end of\ last year the accumulated surplus i amouuteV to nearly two and a-half millions to tho croVit of thcrcoiisolid&ted fund,'besides : which him been utilised ^ one _ million six hundred thVnsand by advances jor/Eanying ! out railwayskand other renfpiuotiVe wonks authorised toVjc providecl^yilQaas.'v'Takiiig the public accounts nsla^vholo at that dato, thc credit balAVoe < aggregated over four ' millions, of whiclka /u'ilion and a-lialf was * deposited with theureroral' hanks at interest ¡ ranging hom tlu'e/Vo four, per cent ? The ! revenue admitted/ofVunple provision ; .being \ made for every serviceVnd. .also of; £800,000 ; being devoted/to pubrV :works of various j descriptions./No Loan Tttimate would be j submitted mis session, ásVsufficicnt funds t were provided last year for seVeral imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

AMPLE CREDENTIALS. If the Approval of pilonidal in, thc1 cnroiiihiuiH of tho homo and foreign press nnri the unsolicited tostl mon iain of those vliom it 1J;LS enivd, diu-ing inore tl nm iL'qutirtíir of a íu'iitury, nf dyspepsia, e en ern! muí inaiiy other alimenta, PD ti Ho a medici lion Iii public conlldeuco, certainly WOLFF'S st;mi:i>AM AHOMATIC : possessen ample credential ni RAPID PROG LESS-PRIÏMIKR VOSVitOS, fîraitf piilarity- JvimiHwmetil, Hedueeil IVice of thu H MK COMPANION. lt ?rjon!\>iife\vii)tmt1i>iHÍn'ccl e Knit shipment arrived; lint thu M nelli nu in HO itu ly good, that there ure already innre Homo (Jump nions m dd in Qiieemdnuil iiKinth'y th.in are sold of any other H ai ul Sew ¡ni; M nc] ii ne. 'Jilin rapid MIK ann exhausted our stork again aiul again ; but wc li; io now ¡1 pood supply and plenty more to arrive. X 0 great coiiHinuptmu lian tumulted UK in making largo contract with tim Manufacturer nt a lower -ate than formerly, whirl, enables UK to reduce ...

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