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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTERS MESSAGES.] BRITISH GOVERNMENT ASK PARLIAMENT FOR WAR SUPPLIES. EARLS DERBY AND CARNARVON RESIGNED IN CONSEQUENOE. RUSSIANS PUSHING ON TO STAMBOUL. DEMAND £50,000,000 INDEMNITY. REMAIN IN OCCUPATION UNTIL HEAVY INDEMNITY PAID. ORDERS TO MEDITERRANEAN FLEET TO DEFEND GAL[?]POLI WITHDRAWN. CRISIS PROBABLY OVER. RUSSIAN PACIFIC FLEET SAILED FOR JAPAN. NEW BISHOP OF BRISBANE. SYDNEY, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
I CABLEGRAMS, IREÜTEKS HliSSAQUS.] BUITISn GOVERNS ENT ASK PARLIA- MENT FOR AV All SUPPLIES. EARLS DERBY AN I) CARNARVON RE- SIGNED IN C )NSEQUENOE. RUSSIANS* PUSH NG ON TO STAM ; II Bl UL. |nEMAND^ £50,(K J.OOO INDEMNITY. REMAIN IN Ol CUPATION UNTIL HEAVY IND ÎMNITY PAID. ORDERS TO MEDÍ PERRANEAN FLEET TO DEFEND GALL POLI WITHDRAWN. CRISIS PU( BABLY OVER. RUSSIAN PACIFIC "FLEET SAILED FOR JJ PAN. NEW BISHOP OF BRISBANE. SYDNEY, February A MRjiS.nïiî from Pori Darwin received licre at a (jviarter past five o Jock yostenlay «vening, reports tlic arrival of a steamer at Batavia with about 200 m ssages, which are being Mired slowly. Au OHicial Mes age dated London, 25th January, states tba tlie Imperial Government ha*l asked Parliamc it for war supplies to pro- vide for contingent ¡cs, and that Earl Derby and Lord Carnarroi had placed their resigna- tions in thc hands &lt; i Earl Beaconsfield. Peace ncgociatioi s between the belligerents arc believed to hav ï been successful. B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
THE GRAVELLY DEPOSITS viii eli from thc nucleus nf «tono fn ilia Madder may lio removed, mid a mont agonizing and dangerous disease prevented liv th« diuretic, nnd liquifying action nf that agreeable medicated stimulant, U DOLI »HO WOLFE'S SCH 11ÍÎ)AM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, whlchunites^thc ubnvo property ^vitlt lu nttribntoK RAPID PRO JRESS-PREMIER POSITION". Ore tpimularity-rntrfnwic merit. Reduced Price nf «io HOMK COMPANION, lt ir&lt; only u few months sin p tho first sliipmeut arrived ; hut the Machine io HO -enlly good, thnt there aro already more Home Co: ipanfons sold in Queensland monthly than are «old if ntiy other Hand Sewinc Machine. Th!« rapid i ICCCSH exhausted our stock again mid again ; hut wc mvo now a good MI poly and, plenty more tn arrive, lie great consumption has wniTnntcd UH in mnkinj a largo contract witli thc Manufacturer ot a lowe . rate than formerly, whMi nf tho Machino-wo calillo hotter. We will give a local reference at thc unrest towuslifp tn nnv in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 February 1878
shipping AAounoement«. TEK AUSTRALASIAN «EAM NAVIGATION 'COMPANY'S STEAM SHITI. To SYDNEY, VIA BRISBANE. - Victoria, on or about Tuoslfty, and Boomarang (direct), about Frida*. To MELBOURN E.- Boomerang will take passengers and fargo to be transhipxied ?tawney. | To iÄklSBANK DIRECT. - Victoria, on or about Tuesday. j To BRISBANE, vj GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH}- Lady Young, To morrow Morning, Tl esday, at 10. To MACKAY.-Tinlieo, early. To BR0ADSOUNTX-ITinonee, carly. To COOKTOWN k SOUTHERN PORTS. Passengers and carin will bc forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip on> Sunday next to meet mail steamer in Kespel Bay. WOOD & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, FebaUry 4, 1878. FOR SYDNEzAlA BRISBANE. x, A- - rpi E MELBOURNE ASESSKSi^ J. STEAMSHIP COM JfWWjifffgPAN "'S splendid NEW ^?SBOB^STE MER THE C ARENCE, Wül leavo ROCK H. UPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BI SBANE, on or about WEDNESDAY, >1 13th instant. Freight and passt gera booked (or Mel- bourne and Newcastl JOHN IfEADRIC'K & CO., A...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE MARSUPIAL TAX. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
CORJÍESILNDENCK THE M TO THE KDITOHl LAL TAX. OP THE BULLETIN. SIB,-Touching the Î arsupial Act,-is it too late, to inquire throu| li your columnB, whether cattle owners on the : orth side of Rockhamp- ton are liable to dit ress, if unprepared to meet a tax of lift ' shillings lier hundred head per annum of ca tlc under this Act ! If so, how woe this exoi litant tax arrived at, by whom estimated, and how is it to lie applied ! I am sure that many uterested in thc matter would say, if consult« 1, that thc Od. per head on cattle is too much ya rid us, or partially so, of a ftfo oiil'i of the /ero kangaroos that arc comparatively BOCUN in this mountainous country. I say seer -e, because I have met with ill success in she iting this JKHI (?) for thc purpose of obtaining t cir skins¿and have not succeeded by bribing he " blacks " for same purpose. The notio of extermination or suppression is good cnlmgh, but I fail to sec how this is to be accomplished, and on this point as on the others...
EASTERN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
EASTERN NEWS. WE take the following from exchanges hy the last Mail :-The Bom ay lovernmeiit has or- dered a census to be ti ken In certain parts of the Presidency on the 19th January, with a view to ascertaining how far the rural population may have been anected by thc famine,-According t&lt; latest advices the little war against the Afridi tribes on the northwest frontier of ! lidia was progressing satisfactorily, although rumours from Cabul continued very waruk ¡.-A force of 2,100 .men of all arms, um er the conrmand of » General Keyes, bad ente edthejowkai country for the purpose of pun iking the inhabitants for their recent ontragi ¡ on British subjects. The force comprises t e 1st and 3rd Sikhs, 4th and-5th Punjab Ra ive Infantry, the 5th Coorkhas, the 29th Pi dab Native Infantry, the Guides, tile 2nd *unjab Cavalry, and three mountain batter ss.-Referring to an article which recently a neared in the Morning Pori,, the Pioneer make the doubtful statc menjUlut the Govcr...
EXTRAORDINARY SPEECH OF LORD DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
EXTRAORDINÄR f SPEECH OF LORD Di 'RBY. THE following accout ; of ft remarkable speech made by Lord Derby has been telegraphed to the Sydney -lfomt'ti[/ feroM from Adelaide : On thc 26th ultimo a Ministerial statement on English, policy in relation to the war w as )nade by Loni Derby which bas produced a deep impression th oughont Knrope. Hie speech of the foreign Minister was addressed to "jiOTltatiou from i society for the protec ti&lt; British int ¡rests against Russian aggression in thc Ea t, tho Turkish Defence tund Association, ai d the Polish Society of the White Eagle. I ord Stratheden and Sir H. Hoare beaded 1 lie deputation, but the members of the par y were persons of no public standing. All t be points that have been mooted from time to time by thc more violent advocates of a pro-Turkish policy were trotted out by successive sj eakers, tho danger to India from Russian cc îqueeta in Armenia, and the free passage of th i Dardanelles. The loss of tho Hue of the Euphr...
POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
ppsi OFFICE .MAIL NOTICE. . MAILS for dhutstoue, Bundaberg, and Mary- borough, per Wy Young, a., close this morning at nine. Mails for Brisbane, the Australian Colonies, New" Zealand, ¿nd Fiji, per Victoria, s.s., close this evening-for registered letters at six, and ordinary letters at eight.
THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
FitOM telegrams in tl e American papers between the 21st : id 31st December, it is cviilent that even tl en great anxiety was felt in Kumpc oh the eu ject of the peace negotia- tions. AH thc tele [rame throw considerable light upon thc pn lent situation ' we quote freely from them. London,'Decembe 24,-^Kb special prepara- tion is going o|i at ' Woolwich - arsenal «xcept the manufacture o: field guns. Only 4000 hands arc employed The war forcé is.-from 10,000 to 12,000. It should, however, be added that cqnijmK it is already in store for two army corps. ' ' ' landon, December 24.'-TJie Roumanians will not nccompairVvnc Russians across the Balkans. They wi 1 garrison . Plevna,' ;Niko linlis, and Rauova, and co-operate with thc Servians against' W ¡Min. " | ' -. * . "" Russia has orden I twelve huudiód Kupp field guns. . .' ^'jS&ZgX!., A Berlin Ejiccia says Russia is saunaing various Mediterra icon /States . os to their disposition, relativ to the opening of .tho Dardanelles. ,...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
NEW SOUTH WALES. | j SYDNEY, February 4. ¡ Thc legislativo] Assembly will to-morrow I discuss a proposal to increase tlic salaries of ; thc District Court Judges to £1500 a-year j and also to pn 'ide them with a retiring j i allowance. j At an inquest icld to day upon thc boily of j i a Volunteer Arti' eryman killed on Saturday j by falling from a run-carriage, and thc wheel ' j passing over bis eek, a verdict of accidental i j death was return*!, with a rider to the effect 1 that thc carriage! was not provided with the necessary guard irVns and straps. A Torpedo Corps is now foi med of the full "'? .'. - , ". -: strength of 100 tneni and two torpedo boats arc to be prended at 1 cost of £10,000. ?' ir. &lt;&' 1
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
SHIPPING MOVEMKSTH. . Hampton on Saturday afternoon. JS¥ñtWAJSE-,l,rÍ&lt;1-w'«" V1 lMve A&lt;tetalde for Ulta port during the latter part of January. ECONOMIST, seliooner.-Passod Woody Island on Sunday, bound north. .»&*MAíÍG4A"-.~"'"í 10 la»T Sydney on Mondnv altemoon for Brisbane, from which port she takes Uer aeparUireon Saturday morning for northern purl«. éw^îFJ>AÎB"flBr',l,l-r,"dlw ** W"'!- '«»» thin port on Thursday morning. I^IT BOWEN. s.-Pawed insldp Point at 12-30 P^ra^Hunday, and would liave arrived at Brisbane K-^SY^S^?' " -Takes her departure for Bri», bails vU ports this morning at ten. south aarly thia morning. thKrtT1ÄCE' ".-*.*«> atBrislanefrom tula port on Saturday at seven, anil probably took lier departure tor Sydney yesterday. 1, ' " iSlPSSÉlJ^JP"* O^hans entered Keppel j^CTOj^as.-Arrived at TawnsrlUe. from Conk- J ?.";!- TfesSELS TO AHRIYIT. Scottish Knight, tannie, 875 («TIS, Captain Lawson, was to leave London on 10th December. W...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
SHIPPiKO INTELLIGENCE. ' I FKBMUnYS.-On Kennt I Ila^ lEltíflHAltDI, H.S., 450 taos. Contain il. J. I'liüijwin, juin Syd ne}' rta Brisbane. Passengers- Mm. fleeve,' Beorc, Messrs- II. M. ltoevvA V. Woods, ¿od tureo In the steerage. Wood aud$ta id, agent«. February 4.-TINO.VE i, B.B., SOS lohn, Captain C. Winjams, from Brta)>.ui&lt; ' direct. Pjimwngors-Mr. ti. Perigo], and twu in tin stocrajjo. Wood and Wood, agents. DEI UlTUBE. FcUraaryS.-iEroin I eupcl li«) LlïlÇJIHAJtDT, a.«., I» toss. Captain" . J. Milla)non. for'Cooktown ria itórts. Pas^engeri -Hon. Klncii-HaUroi, live in tbe steerage, and Un nigh passengers. Wood mid Wood, agent«. CL ÎAKARCR. February 4.-HKROn, schooner. Ol tons, \V. ftroen lees, mainer, for ¿Sydney via Maryborough In ballast II. M. Hunter and Co., agents.
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRSEPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
COCOXIAIÍ TELEGRAMS. QUHENSIAKD. | [FIIOM OUII OWJN ConKKSrONllKNTS.] I JiiiisiiANK, February 4. A mema, from thelTclegraph Olliee intimates tliiit tile cable between Banjocwangic ami Singapore Inls been restored. Mr. Garrick, thc member for Hast Moreton, has accepted tho nnifolio of Lands. Mr. Thom's resignation and Mr. Garrick's appoint- ment will bc g zettod to-inorrow or on ; Wednesday. ¡ Mr. Thomas M* IwTaith, M.L.A., is visiting j Adelaide by thc Pi mtiers reipicst, to bring thc subject of joint ction for determining thc boundary bctweon thc two colonies nuder thc attention of thc adelaide Government bj' a personal intcrvicv Mi". M'Uwraith will en- deavour to hasta tho adoption of some plan for mutual arrangi monts.
MONETARY LAND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
MONETARY liND COMMERCIAL,. I LONDON, January 25. Tlie following ai e tho latest quotations foi' debentures :-Four and a-half per cent New Zealand, 103; 0 pc cent Tasmanian, 1 IC ; 4 per cent Qiicenslai 1, 94i ; 4 per cent South Australian, OG ; 4 p r cent New South Wales, 100J ; 4 per cent Vi terian,'97. Consols, 115$. Th market rate of discount is 2 per cent. Tin, Straits, £0! 10s.; Australian, £03 ; Copper, Buna, £ 4 ; Wallaroo, £75 10. Wheat quiet, Adel; ide realising 57s. to 5fls. per quarter of 490 lbs. Adelaide flour 44s.
CABLEGRAMS. [REUTERS MESSAGES.] LONDON, January 86. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 5 February 1878
CABLEGRAMS. h [REUTERS MESSAGES.] ' LONDON, January 86. REDTKB'S Special dorrespoiiaent af¿Con-í starçtinople announced that the Portoi.lias'' accepted the peace conditions suhmitted hy Russia. The Porto, However, is pledged not to reveal the condition}) until a formal treaty of peace has been concluded. Thc Chancellor of t e Exchequer, in reply to a question in the House of Commons, announced that the ' lediterranean Squadron had been ordered xe dczvous at and to cuter thc Dardanelles solelj to keep thc waterway open to protect lintis interests. Sir Stafford Northcote added tim when the conditions of peace were officially 1 lown the fleet would bc ordered to stay at the entry of the Dar- danelles. The amount of til ! supplementary vote to bc asked on Monda . for military and naval purposes is £C,O0O,&lt;X ). LOUDON, January 27. Earl Derby retains DÍfice provisionally. According to a U egram received to-day from Constantinople the Porte itself is ignorant whether thc ¡ niiat...