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MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. THE following is the list of Justices for atten- dance at the Police Court during thc week : Monday, 4th-Messrs. J. - Atherton and C. H. A. Barwell ; Tuesday, pth-Messrs. 1!. Ballard and W. F. Bcrkclman ; Wednesday, C th-Messrs. C. N. Birkbeck and A. I,. Bonrcicar.lt; Tliursday, 7th-Messrs. .1. Boyce and VT. Broome. Friday, Stli-Mosers. J. Brown and C. H. Ku eacott ; .Saturday, «Hb -Messrs. \V. Callaghan and IÎ. I.. Ih'hdiii. Thc Egmont, s.s., left Cooktown at 1 |>.m on 20th ; arrived at Port Douglas at 7'SO p.ni ; Cairns at 1 "30 a.m. on 27th ; Townsville at 8p.m. same day; Bowen 11-15 p.m. 2SU>; Keppel Bay at 3'20 p.m. 30th.
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
COLOWAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. sV^ [Fitoll OUK ioVvN COKEESPONDENTS,] 1 RMSBAKK, February 2. A (ítizrttr EJ1raomiiiary hua been issued notifying that a wilt has been issued foran election for Brisbane Vf a member in the room of Mr. P.. M. Stewart* resigned. Thc day of nomination is Thureiiy, February 7, and of polling Tuesday,. February 12; the writ to lie returnable on the lOtkl This afternoon's T^gmpk says that Mr. Thom's resignation as Minister for Landa will probably bc gazetted ol Monday. The same journal remarks that it Vs pretty well known that thc selection of tuc new Minister lies between Messrs. Garrick! and Tyrel. The s.s, Tinonee sailed this afternoon for Rockhampton and Mackay. The GnwUe notifies that Messrs. William Nott, Charles B. Dutton, .Thomas . Little, William White, and C liarles Tooth, have been appointed Sheep 1 ¡rectors for* thc dis- trict of Banana. A sale nf town lands will be held in the township of Tort Kenne ly, Thursday Island, on 25th April next. 14HÍ0...
LATER. LONDON January 28, 11 5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
. ^T _ LnMKVNl January 2S, M'S a.m. j Tlic Russians are : dvaneing in thc direction of Stamboul anil Ho osto. l»rd Herby has al notinccd Hie withdrawal of his resignation. Sir Stafford Ninth otc, in moving his re- solution for a vole ir thc anny and navy supplies, stated that ie was yet unaware of thc proposed tenus i f peace, licyond those sketched hy Sohniivah fi". Lord licitly said tin L tins involved interests of the greatest mag litudc, as the Hussian advance upon Stauibc ll seriously endangered the relations lwtwecn i Ingland and Russia, thc Sultan having author cd tlie British fleet to enter thc llclles]H>nt. Sir Stafford Koithcc tc seriously condemned thc agitation decryin the prettiyc and in- fluence of England, a d asked the House for a vote of credit and confidence. Kc moved that thc debate bc ad ourucd until 1 hursday (3) st). Thc Homo Ri lei's asserted that they knew Russia iiropoeed to cuter into separat j arrangements* With jarkey, respecting the stnÈU, and England...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
SHIPPIKQ IKTJHI,UGEÜCE. j AUBIVALB. FEimi'Anr g.-LAI>V VOUNCl, «., «1 tons, Cap- tain W. Hil], from Jíri&l :uiu via porta. Passungen* Mrs. Oild wick, Mrs. J.J. IVnoaand two children, His. Wolli. Meura. J. J. Wot» , Myth, M'Doiieiill, H. W. Wood, Mienire, Neill, K 0. Flenimiiii:. Costello, uiul seventeen In the steerage Wood ami W inni, ageul«. Fchmaryí.-(In Kenpi I Hay) ll.M.S. SOMKltSICT, Î0OO tuna, Captain K. 1.. I mon, from Kyi!mn- via Uris. liane. ltasengcra-Vori uwnsvillc-Mr. lr iVegaskis, nnd four in ftue,*teorsg ; ipr Moraerset-Mossm. J\ Kuluin OTK, (I. Pearson, l ld thirteen in tile steerage ; for Singapore- Mrs. I mik Weston, Captain J. Torrance, Menura. Frank 1 eaton, IÎ. Spence, A. Talle, mid eighteen in the Steina e ; for Hongkong-Captain JluIUn, and forty-three Ch lose. John Hcadrick and Co., agents. PEPAÏ TORES. Feliruary S.-JAM ICS t ITIÎRSON, s.s., r.2f. tons, Captain fl. M. Wynn, for I ydnoy direct. Passengers -Mn. lomax, tire. Mit hell, Master Leigh, and...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
14- spécial charge ia luado for coiislgucos' announce- ment* in IÏIIH column.] Fclirunry 2.-Ijady Voling, H., from llrishane viii twits :.25 packages wines, spirits, mid lieoiv, 10 casks «odo, fl crûtes bottles, S Iules corks, fi casks sugar, n packages drugs, 1 box tobacco, 33 packages groceries. 41 packages iron ware, 1) packages leather, (J ivheels and axles, t packages carpentry, S linkages drapery, 2 coses sewing machines, I parcel books, ft cases iee, il hags oysters, 7 cases fruit, 33 packnges sundries, und transhipments for tile north. Kt Lady Ynnng, e.: 1 case, Acheson'aiid Allen. Ex Lady Voung, a.: 1 rifle, (^ibb anil Co. Ex Lady Young, s.: 1 case sewing machine, W. .Hopkins. . Ex Lady Young, a^Mjfcifee, 1 case fruit, J. Uart. BXPORU. February B.-James PatarMi, s.s., for riyduey direct: 195 bales wool, 71 mats migar, na lillies, 1 bundle skins, fi tierces tallow, 1 trunk limits l rase Slants, 25 hags Ihne, 30 niattrasscs, 13 bundles hod Ingf » packages sundries.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
MONETARY ANO COMMERCIAL. I LONDON, January 20. Thc Australian! December mails vii Sau Francisco have an ved. Money is so abu idant that values arc falling in thc open mark ;t. Owing to the competi- tion of low ratos a nong discounters, thc Bank of England has ist control of thc discount market. Thc nu ket rate for three months' bilk is IJ per ccu . Thc stock mark :ts are agitated by political anxiety. Consols which had receded one ¡Mir cont have recovo jd, and arc now quoted at !I.->J. Thc wheat marl ct is in a state of suspense, j Copper is unclianj jd. Tin is worth .CC2 10s.
The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
ROCKHAMPTON. MONDAY, FKÜKUA15Y 4, 187S. THE cablegramsVeceivcd last Friday and Saturday reporte 1 intense excitement in England, and ll e news caused equally intense excitemei t in Australia. A few days ago we pi rhaps rather flippantly remarked, in nol fying anotlier break in tile cable, that something important must be about to occur in Europe. For some months pa t the mother country has been on the brink of that terrible vortex, a great war, and at any time since the capture ¿pf Plevna the breaking out of hostilities j was lo be daily ex- pected. It now t anspires that between the 21st and the 251h ultimo a Ministerial crisis v as reached in conse- quence of the v arlike policy of thc Premier and the rr ljoritvin the Cabinet ; that two of thc mt st influential members of the Ministry resigned ; and that instructions were actually wired to Admiral Hornby t( " defend Gallipoli." As on the 25th ulti no the Mediterranean fleet lay at anchor in Besika Bay, only fifty miles from Gallip...
CALIFORNIA ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
('ALii-oHMAN .toni:. Altl¡l\ I.s ;il ltiickhainnLoii alunit.. lVliriinrin. 1.ICAVKS Hnckluuuiilun about .. l'climury ii. Air Tliü Miilhülimu-lSuc/. mail arrives Ht MKI.« Hlll'ItNK ulimil io days earlier, ami dopait» alunit 10 &lt;I:I>-K later than tho ¡late Hhnwn in thc ahme tolilo. Thc Californian mail arrives nt KYDNHV about tj ilnyH earlier, ami departs uliont 10 ilayts later.
THE INLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
THE /XL A Kl) MAILS. Post Town or Receiving Office. Am mac.Wednesday, at 7 a.m. . Banana.Tuesday, at 7 o.m. Blackall.Tnesday, at 7 a.m. Bowen Downs.Wednesday, nt 7 a.m. , Calliope.Thursday, at 7 o.m. Clermont.Wednes. ami Sat., at 7 Copperfield .Wednes. and Sat., at 7 Crocodile.Monday, at 3 a.m. Duaringa.j Daily, at 7 a.m. .. Emu Park and Cawarral .. Saturday, at ll a.m. . Gladstone-overland .. ..j Thursday, nt 7 a. m. , I,enra, R.Ö. .; Tuesday, at ll a.m. Lilyvale "..Wednes. and Sat., at 7 MnTllwrough..Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Nebo .Tuesday, at l p.m. Rolleston.Saturday, at 7 a. m. Reserve, R.O.Tuesday, at ll a.ni. Rosewood, R.O.Tuesday, at ll a.m. Springsure .Tuesday and Sat., at 7 St. Lawrence.Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Tambo.Tncsilay, at 7 a.m. Taroom.¡ Tnesdav, at 7 a.m. Toorilla.i Tuesdny, at 7 a.m. Yaamba. .. , Tuesday, at 1 p.m. Arrive at Vost Town. Friday, at S p.m, Wednesday, at 3 p.m Monday, at fi p.m. Saturday, fit 6 p.m. Friday, at 2 p.m. Friday and Monday, Friday and Monday, at Monda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
OHCRCHILU I Syrups, Limo Iron, Soda, »nd Comp linds strongly recommended toy tho faculty for Consumption, and all Siseases of De1 ility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or i nell. ELLIOTT Baos., & Co., Wholesale agenU Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. TJtTHOLESAlE DRUGGISTS AND DRY »~ SALTEIS, Importers of Patent Medicines, DrudKsta' Sundries, Surgical In tramonta, Traies, Ste,; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers ' ot Acids and Cttfoiioals, GlasB Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers oUSuperphospliate, Bone Dust, and Orashed Bonis. 110 and 112, Jmr-BTniiET, SYDNEY, and TBlilfiBANB. Chemical Work!, and Glass Factory, Iron Cove.Balmaio, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. Highly rocomniended by thc Faculty, and acknowledged to,*bo tho purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced ; it is the best restorative . for the young, wijak, and aged ; it strengthens £Ve, whole system* and stimulates the appetite, and u iovaluable.for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gou...
EXPEDITION TO NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
' FXPEDITIONÏTO AW GUINEA. TriE HOD. the Fra nier has handed to thc Brisbane Courier the report furnished by Mr. H. M. Chester, Folie ! Magistrate at Thursday Island, of his expedí ion to the Kew Guinea coast. We aubjoir the report, which will .' repay perusal j- ? I left Thursday Is! Mid in the cutter on 1st ultimo, and proa :ded to Jems Island (Marbiak) to pick uji the rest of the party who had volunteered to j« n me on an expedition to tho Mai-CuBsar River in New Guinea. At Marbiak I foum two of thc crew of thc Neva, who had just returned from the Fly River, where they lad been with Signor D'Albertts. One of them was in a pitiable condition with fever i nd ague. They stated that they had been tx ld to find their own way to Somerset from thc month of the Fly, and that, after a narrow &lt; ¡cape from death at thc hands of the Bainpt n Islanders, the Katon natives brought tue n as far as their own village, and 6en then on to Cornwallis. They found the New Guim a natives very...
THE CAPTUIIEOF PLEVNA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
THE CAPTUIIEOF PLEVNA. THE mail steamer Tajijore, which lias just reached Australia, brings papers containing the details of the capturolof Plevna, which aro intensely interesting. 1 re arc indebted for the following to the special correspondent of the 8. A. Remitier as telej aphed to the S. Sf. Hervid : In tho grey of dawn on tho morning of December IO, Rescind 1 islia marched a hand- ful of brave men (there rere less than 30,000 of them loft) across the1 tîd, in the 'direction of Spones, and threw Iii nsclf furiously on thc positions held by thc Russian Grenadiers, who had lately arrivejl to strengthen that vital part of the line of investment. Advanc- ing for a time under cover of their baggage train, which moved on their left flank, the Turks reached the first-Russian redoubt held by a Siberian regiment^. They mode a rush at the trenches, literally sweeping out the Russians, and occupying tho redoubt. Hie Grenadiers were orderJd up to the support of their comrades, and K bayonet...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
SHIPPING MOVKMIÏNTrl. BURKETT, s.n.-Arrived nt Dumlalieig from nock hampton on Saturday. EGMO-NT.1 s.s.-From northern ports reached Briw. bane on Friday. ELAMANG, s.s.-Loaves Sydney till» afternoon for Brisbane, from which port she takes her departure t Saturday morning for northern ports. JAME» PATKIWON, «.«.-Took her departure ic. Hydney direct on Saturday Morning at nine, nml cleared Cape Capricorn at six |>.m. LADY BOWEN", e.-Is now on a voyage from this port to Brisbano.via mtenuediàte ports. LEICHHARDT, s.s.-lieft llrlslnne on ts.-tttiru.ij morning at seven for Cooktown via potts, and was due in Keppel Bay last night. ROCKHAMPTON, lianne.-Wa* anchored off thc Pilot Station yesterday, outward hound. " REINDEER, Scboonor.-Arrived nt Gladstone front nockhanipton on Friday, and left same day for Bunda berg. TINONK1Î, s.s.-Left Brisbane on Haturday for Bodmatttpton and Mackay. TANJOftE, R.M.S-Arrived oft" King Oeorge's Bound on Saturday morning, and left on Monday afternoon Cor ...