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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. j ? [mOU OCR OWNjCOnnESPONDENTS.] i : HmsliANE, Februar? 1. j Mn. STEWABT lias rcs ¡gnetl {bis seat for Bri«- j bane. He bas puUi lied an address to thc ] electors to-day. Mr. Kutledgo (late Wesleyan Minister) lus received an influent: J requisition and con- sented to stand for Brisbane. The combat between him and M . Pring is expected to be '. very close. The e Uer, candidates are not much tallied of. > A steamer has arri ed at Batavia frith cable : despatches. Some c thom will probably reach ' Brisbane at a late lu ir to-night. Thc Fitzroy Bridie works have been BUS- J pended chiefly to irait the arrival of tho L: cylinders. Thc InAiector-Gcneral (Mr. F. J. p Byerley) visits Rockhampton next week, and J if any work can bel proceeded with will givti j instructions accordingly. It ^»*)mlíkely, | however, that tho! works wilH^î^ resumed j vigorously until Afri! next. ' Thc tender of Messrs. Boyle and Campbell lias been accepted for thc construction ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE-SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

MICl.llOUltNK-SL'liZ RONE. IARlUVEKatKoukUiuoptonubout., February ll. LEAY üb liockliumpton about February 12.

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 — 2 February 1878

EUROPEAN MAILS-I87S. j TOmtHS BTI1MTK H01TE. I AR.iïVKKfttîïdcîfliainpton.. .. February 2S. LEAVES Hockliainptüu .. February 1.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

THE JNLANIi MAILS. Amaine Banañl* .. Blackall Calliope .. Clermont .. Copperfield Crocodile .. Pn.irinpt lim« Park and Cawarral Gladstone-ov erlaml Len nv R.O. TJlynUs .. Marlborough Nebo Rolleston .. Reserve, R.O. Howwood, R.O.. sprinpsure St. lawrence Tambo Taroom .. Toorllla Yaamba ., Wednesday, at 7 a. m. Tuesday, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, nt 7 a.m. Wednesday, at » a.m. Thurnby, at 7 n.n.. Wednes. ami Sat. at* Wednes. and Sat., at Monday, at 8 a, m. Pally, at 7 a.m. Saturday, at ll rt.m. Thurnby, at 7 a.m. Tuesday, at ll a.m. Wednes. and Hat., at Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, nt 1 p.m. Saturday, at 7 A>m. Tuesday, at ll a,m. Tuesday, at ll a.m. Tuesday and Sot, at ; j Tuesday, at 1 p.m. I Tuesday, nt 7 ium. ' Tuesday, at 7 a.m. ' Tuesday, at 7 a.m. , Tnesdny, at 1 p.m. Arrive at Post Town. Friday, at S p.m. Wednesday, at 3 p.m. Monday, at 6 p.m. Saturday, at 6 p.m. Friday, at 2 p.m. Friday and Monday, Friday and Monday, : Monday, at noon Haily, at 12-44 p.m. Cawarral 3-30, E. Park Fri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

CAI.lFOtlNIAN ItOLTK. AR I? Ï VES at Rockliampton about.. February 8. LblAYKS Itocklminptoii about .. February 24. SW The Melbourne-Suea mail arrive» nt MEL BOURNE about 10 days earlier, and departs about 10 day* later than the date Bhown in tho above table. Hie California» mail unirán at SYDNEV about tí days earlier, and depart« about IO days later.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TEMPERANCE MEETING AT BACKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

I THE TEM PENANCE MEETING AT j MACKLEY. ldinii und long rang tho Bingle church-hell at Bickley, but ita industry was entirely unnecessary, for the single church at Hockley was already full from tho altar to thc doors, ami the window-sills and altar steps were crowded with children. Thc Baekleyitcs had 1ieen before to the regular yearly temperance meetings, and knew tuo well the relative merits of Bitting and standing to wait until called by the foll. Of course no one could afford to he aident, for entertainments were entirely unfrcqiicnt at Jiaeklcy ; the populace Wa. ' too small to support a course of lectures, ami loo moral to givu any encouragement to circu ws «nd minstrel troupes, huta temperance mooth lg was both moral and cheap, and the ehihlri ii could all be taken without extra «o.sr. For u lonths nil thc young men and maidens nt Back Icy had been practicing the choruses of the BI oigs which the Temperance <31cc Chili at a nei, çhhoiiring town waa to sing at the m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] and Sketches. POINTE D'ALENCON A STORY OF KANSAS IN THE PIONEER DAYS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

POINTE D'AIiENUON ] A HTOItV OF KANSAS IN THE I'IONEER UAVS. CHAFTEIt I. MR». RÜTMEDUOIID »as looking over lier laces. There were many choice nieces of pointe purchased in Kurojic : Mechlin and »russels pointe, with other Irish laces. Honiton, delicate d'Alcncon, and one precious Ï»ieee of antique pointe de Venise, for Mrs. lutherford waa a ? connoisseur in laces, and threw away her money in a recklessly extra- vagant way whenever a fine piece was con- cerned. "Hope Rutherford, I wish you would tell me how you happened to take thc lace mania," I said, as 1 lifted from thc handsome Japanese casket an odd piece, a mixture of lace and embroidery, which I fancied she had picked up in some out-of-the-way comer of Switzerland. " I believe I was 10 years old," she replied, " when I began my study of laces. The strip which you hold in your hand was my first acquisition. It lias a rather curious history. Would you like to hear it ?" And then Hope Rutherford told me tho following story, which...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

/"IHCHGHILL'S Straps, Lime Iron, Soda, VA and Componaos strongly recommended by the faculty farlConsuinption, and all Diseases of Debilitl; free from any un Pleasant taste or smell! ELLIOTT Buns,, & Co,, Pholesalo agents, Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DU TGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, eiportors of Patent Medicines, Druggists' lundrios, Surgical In trámente, Trusses, I c¡ Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' loods. Manufacturers ot. Acids and Chemical Qlasl Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Super Jiospbate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones. 110 and 112, PTTT-SWEGT, SYDNEY, and BJUSB .NE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balma n, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAM 'AONE QUININE WI IE. Highly recommencé by thc Faculty, and acknowledged to bo tl 3 purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; t is the best restorative for the yoong, weak, a d aged ; it strengthen the whole system, and timulatcs the appetite, and is invaluable for Ii bgestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, ...

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

IM FOUNDED at liollostnii, from Albinia . Downs, im the J«.Hh January, 1878, by onler of Ï. K Josephson, Ewn ; driving, Oil. ncr hoad : - Hay entire horse, branded 3 or f) near shoulder, ott" hind font white, white mark on back. If «ot released wi!] be sold on February 19 1878. ,' ... J. FISH KU, '.. ' Poundkccpcr. IMlfftíNDKI» nt Hnlleston fruin Flauet llnwfft¡, by order nf Messrs. Brodie and Howell, on the SI st December; liming es- pouses, 3s. 4d. per hcail ; Chestnut niai-e, branded 1ÍT9 (register) od' shoulder, blaze face, near hind foot white. Brown burse, branded HT! (register) near shoulder, minali star, near hind foot white. Hay mare, branded (J ortiW near shoulder, near fore and hind foot white, star, wiiite mark on baek. I Hack colt, branded HT over blotched brand near shoulder, MHB (register) off shoulder, near hind font white. Brown marc, branded B7K (register) over Jil (conjoined) over UOH (register) near shoulder, small star, black points. Day of sale, February fl, 18...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERICAL. CAP[?] OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

CAPBtooeNUN Oma, Friday Evening. .A FAIB .amount of.-country business bas beeu .(transacted during the week, but no appreciable ,improvement is antioipated unless rain Bets Sn. Hates for carriage are easier, and engagements baye been completed as' follows :-To Spring 1 BiuteamtCIeroTon't, per ton, Biiä a' similar fla jffîyfyl ¡1M^B(JÍ ¡to lEàmbo '<S8ß. down í,i, tPifilackatt'ía^ and £16 down. The Customs collections for the month show a moderate revenue;,bf £5552 8s, Cd, A shipment pf thefirst^pf the season's crop pf ¡'rotee ' i from .bundaberg was diapoeoi of yesterday,, and/tlie .bulk of ( tho consignment * realised vs. od. per bushel. We note the arrival of the Venture, from Adelaide, with 2430 bags flour and 120 bales 'chaff; .' and the Heroin from Newcastle with !'l««oM'eoal. :' ' , 1 "'^he.eqwrts by the'usual coasting steamers Mniltldfed Hie foUdWing articles of local pro .dnctStífti-Wódl,'307 bales} sMins, 4 bundles; tallow, 12 HereesY! ludes, 151/; lime, 241 bags;...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

SPOßTWG NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. ««elong R.e. Meetina February 1,2. Tasmanian M- Meeting, I'elirnary 7, 8,0. V.B.C. Autuhin Meeting, March 2, 7, 0, Queensland T.C. Annual Meeting, March IB, 10. North Australian J.e. Annual Meeting, March 29,30, ' April 1.T Balonne J. C. Sleeting, April ll, la.i Northern Downs J.e. Annual Moetiip:, April ll, ]?. Bockh/imnSon Jbckoj-i'Jn!) Auuualiieetfng, Juno 0, " Awilotxm I Jlve only ba* a cursory glance at the prograraae issued jjy our Race Com- mittee for the rartheomiag annual meeting, I think I am juBtnW in iaying it is a gem. Hie change of dateVtotht beginning of June, is one great improvement/as wc may rcasouibly expect visiting horsesVof bc in hotter condition at that time than thar could be at thc fag end of the season. Rho improvements pro- mised to the course, f gund stand, &c., arc also satisfactory, andlwul bave the effect of greatly improving tbf chunos well as number of entries. A résumé of llic programme is postponed for ...

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CALENDAR—JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

CALENDAR-JANUARV-l'Eimx'Aiiv. 3 Utk aft Epiphany. 30m. later tiíau the boure «bown in the aüove table.

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

Shipping .Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM SE To SYDNEY DIBfCT.- James Paterson, This Morning, Satifrday, at P. To MEL BOURKE.-James Paterson will take passengers and cargo to bo transhipped [, at Sydnev. J T° BSíoV'Jra DIRECT. - Victoria, on or aWuw¿fI Jay. j To BïùàkANE, vp, GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH*- lady Young, Tues day. j To MACKAY.-Tinonee, early. To BROADSOUND.4-Tinor.ee, early. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargo will be forwarded by steamer Bunyip onj Sunday next, at noon, to meet mail steamir in Keppel Bay. WOO» & WOOD, Agente. Rockhampton, Febrlary 2, 1878. FOR SYDNEY VIA BRISBANE. x. jr MELBOURNE ¿S&Skík ^ J_ /STEAMSHIP OOM ^?A&fPANY'S splendid NEW ^?WsMS^ %TKi MER THE Cl ARENCE, WiU leave ROOKH; MPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BI ISBANE, on or about WEDNESDAY, it 113th instant. Freight mid passe igen booked for Mel- bourne and Nowc&atl . EADRICK & CO., Agents. FOR LONDON DIRECT. ...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

VICTORIA. I MELBOÚI'KE, February 1. , On Tdiilrsday eight inspectora in tho Wiijks Department were discharged, also all thc Singing ana Drawing Hasten in th« State Schools. \ / A ruruour Vas current in town,'relative to thc diseolutioli of the Asscmbljylnit it was unfounded. \ / Thc LeeisIativAOoiiBoil met yesterday, hnt transacted no business ; they /adjourned till Tuesday. \ / The weather is Itntcnsely ]10t, and tho drought is creating gmt Alarm. Bush fires prevail all over tho couun-y An open air nioptingvii favour of thc Ministry Mas held ir/tlieVljasteni Market yesternight, Mr. Zaomaii presiding. Sir B. O'ljoglilen, MeBsrs.yArirams, Iroraro, Garnison, M'Mahon, and Miller harangued tho crowd for three hours, and motions were passed approving of thc conduct of,inp" <jovcriior and thc Müiistry. The proi mgs were very orderly.' Thc cultivation in $ va has heen extend- ing during the last fe - years. In 1877, tho cxjmrt was unusually g cat, aiid at the cud of September la...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

Stelpaiiittg^ttUetin, ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, FKBllUAllY 2, 18T8. THE speakers at the Grammar School meeting on Monday night missed one important point. They dilated on the beneiV to the community as well as the individual of higher education/showed that the influence of every/cultivated person Vas very marked upon society ; and alleged that a learned blacksmith would bela better tradesman than an uneducated blacksmitly But they omitted toyoint out thar in Queensland Professor Huxley's educational desidera- tum was already prodded. The Pro- fessor says\-" He / should like lo see a ladder by/ which a child could climb Yfrom/the gutter to the bighest position ir/ the State. There should bc somt srstem ? by which any boy of special laotitude should be en- couraged to prolong lu's studies," and so forth. Well, dich ladder and such system has beeA already provided in Queensland. TJhlRev. Mr. Hay spoke of the self-denial displayed by labourers earning a mere patance in Scotland, in order t...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 2 February 1878

THE WEEK. MAN* proposes, but a higher power disposes, the «old maxim tells us ; and nobody can betrat' appreciate the force of íhe truism than! her Majesty's Attorney-General in Queensland. When tho Chief Justice applied for lclvo of absence the other day, unaccom- panied hy any statement as to his future intentions, tho Government could not make up tlVnr minds to return a favourable answoil They cannot prcteill to be taken by snrprisflL for the AtUmieyJtienernl's notice was eallLd to thc Chief Justice's intention hy a forai» question put during last session. Mr. Ci'iftjth's reply was mat no application for lcava had been tMen received, and lie also\ assumed an air of blank astonishment at such a thought being enter- tained, lint th« matter hail been for weeks- previously a subject of lobby niid club gossip, andVreport gave to thc tenor of tho application tic precise form which it has now olficially assuwcd. Vt is well understood that Nil- James is inVispoKii to come to a decision u...

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

^Catalogue of Francis Laurie's Sale, j \ TO BE HELD ON £ \ \TUESDAY, FEBBUABY 5, 1^78. CATALOGUE EXTENSIVE UNRESERVED SALE BY AÜCTTÖN, AT Tl\ COMMERCIAL SAlfe ROOMS, ON \ TUESDAY, FEBRUAR^ 6, 1878, At Eleven o'Clock^i Of \ WORKING PLANT & STOCK-DflffRADE, Horeea, Saddles, Spring Cort and Harness, ¡tc, &c., " In the Insolvent Estate of FRANCIS LAWIE, j of Lake's Creek. ? v, j - \ By ordor of the Trustee. ^ ] GS. CURTIS has received instructions') . from the Trustee, to sell hy auction, : at the Commercial Sales RoomB, on TUES- DAY, February fi, commencing at eleven o'clock sharp Thc whole of thc Working Plant, Stock-in Tradc, Horses, Saddles, Spring Cart and Harness, in the above Estate, com- prising os per catalogue. POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE. GROCERY. LOT 1 97 llb. tins Coffee 2 43 21b. do. 3 4 41b. do. 4 « ].pints Salad Oil 5 27 J-pints do. 0 25 tins Fresh Herrings 1 20 Batty's Mixed Pickles 8 24 do. Red Cabbage 9 8 bottles Raspberry Vinegar 10 19 do. Table Salt J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878

MR. c. s. ; SoucrroH Rockhampton. MELBOURN JC, AN» NOTAUÏ Puuuc, VICTORIA WI* & MARINE INSUR- ANCE COMPANY; Howl Office Melbourne.-The uMilcrsigncd beg to notify that they have becnlippointed Agents for the above Company, onl arc prepared to insure against cither lire orjiarine risks. W.it M. C. THOMSON. ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY. THE undcreigiiedlro authorised to receive proposals for Insurance against fire in the above Company, j W. JACKSON & CO., J Agents. CHISTRMAS UOXtS! lCHRISTMAS BOXES ! Q. I V E hü AWAY For Eighteen Pence each. ACHESON & AÏLËN, William-strcct. lAnn CHR&TMAS BOXIÎS NEW JLUUL/ FIGSTls. Gd. each. ACHESON & ASLEN, William-street, CHRISTMAS F«UITS! Elenio and Sultana Raisvs, new Currants, Shell and Jordan Almouife, Barcelonas, American Pic Nuts, AmcricanjnDcssert Fruits, Imperial French Plums (in gtjSss jars), English Buttled Fruits. ACHESON & AJILEN, William-btrect. TTAMS & BACOfi ! Tho largest, finest, ll. a...

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS (or Gladstone, Bundaberg, and M .ny borough, per Lady Young, will close-for registered letters this evening at six, and for ordinary letters to-morrow (Tuesday) morning et nine.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reports for thc forty-eight hours ending at 6 a.m. yesterday stated thc rainfall to bc At Georgetown, OAS inch. Fine weather was reported at other stations.

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