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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

SHiPriXi; MOVEMENT*. UUNYIP, s.s.-Loaves the wharf to morrow after- noon at two, taking nortliem malls nml panRcngurs for transhipment tu the » ». Elamang bi Keppel Hay. BOOMERANG, s.e.-Loft Sydney on Thursday for tula port, and is due on Tuesday. ELAMANG, s.s.-Leaves Brisbane tili« muming for northern ports, and is due In Kennel J!ay tu. morrow night. JAMES PATERSON, n.e.-I« loading nt Sydney for Rockhampton. LADY «OWEN, s.-Probably leit Marvbumiigh yesterday for Bundaberg, Uhulatulic, ii ml Rockhamp- ton, and may arrive by to-morrow night s tide. LADY YOUN<5, s.-Froin Rockhampton viii ports was due at Brisbane last night. LEICHHARDT, n.s.-Arrivud at CnukUiun yester- day. And loaves this afternoon for Kuuthem puru. TINONEE, s.s.-From this port, arrived at Broad- sound yesterday. THE CLARENCE, s.s.-Probably left Sydney for liockliampton via lirisliano yesterday. WATERWITCH schooner.-.Vow loading « ¡th cal ?t Newcastle for ltockliiunpton, «aa to mill tho Amt fair wind. She...

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(REUTERS MESSAGES.) LONDON, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

{1OUTEKS ÉlSSSÁOKSl ¿Mm I^ONDOK, Fefonuuy 0. v MM Russia refuses to agreo to Austria's pro- ( }, posai for a O^nfercuco at Vienna, but desires I-, J it to toke vilaceal^ow'tiiiwftrjie minor state, ;| ? Thc (i reek army T^feeen ordered to stop ll its ad van co into ThtssaLv^^. f ! Tlie ExxrqpOm Towers hills, promised to $ ß protect tho Northern Greek provinces. 4/ LONDON, February 7. ? The fiveck troops had, captured Tliaumaco, T% a large town in Thessaly before their ad vaneo "j-" ; was stopped by au ort ¡r from thc Govern- J ment. N (Inadvertently detained 1 / the Telegraph Office at , ßi-islmnc.) »* * I. INDON, February 1. In the H(ksc of Commons *b-day, Mr. Cross, tile Homo ^Secretary, i .assured honorable incnibers tliat ole pohcyyoT the BritisUVkiinot j was to hiing ahonlui bating peace. Ijnolso ' saiil that if thc advawejbf the RussiantMiops - towards Coiistmitin^ilcNras persevered in, the demands made by/íírcat Jilwain must be held , jñ to as a final settlement of [queW, as a...

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

PKTTY ufßTS COURT. Before thc Police Ma [istratc. WOHK AND LABOI i.-F. Kraft r. Captain Love. Mr. D'Arcy for plaintif!', Mr. Mel- bourne for the defer laut. This was a claim for £20 for work and abour done, in connec- tion with thc raising ami pumping of a punt. The defendant pai< £10 into Court. A portion of the evide ice was beard, and the case was adjourned n itil this ?noruing.

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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

ispjicTJi COBRJSBPOJAEKTS irsssAOKS.} mat J I IIKDON, February <>. ^ffll RUSSIA liäk^ntinÄtoä that sbe objects to ?.| holding thc^fónRreri -e^at Vienna, and Jt suggests nrusBclWtM* £anB&nne, as moro '-'-m acceptable to tluyQKj^ ïovjn-nment. 'f;m The Gred^fovenimaS^liave stopped the M advance ofHheir troops into Thessaly. ' 9

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HOSPITAL MEETING. Week [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

I/OSriTÀl MEETING, . A TiiE Committee of I the Port Curtis and Leichhardt District Hospital held their usual monthly meeting yesterday ajfcigyjuui, in tho Court-house. The members present were : Captain Hunter (Provident), Messrs. T. T. Faunce, \V. Pattison,\3olin Ferguson, S. G. Hill, G. M. Leigh, audtor. Campbell, resident surgeon and secretary. \ The minutes of the prêtions meeting having been read and conlirmcd,lthe following corre- spondence was read :- 1 (I.) 1'Vom the Under-ifccrctary for WorliB, stating that plans were being prepared for the new wing, and that whan completed tenders would bu called for in tl«; usual way. (2.) From Mr. Lionel! Alexander, on behalf of thc Amateur Christa Minstrels, offering to give an entertainment al iou t thc 21st instant on behalf of thc hospita. Thc accounts for tho month were laid on thc table : thc expenditure amounted to Í271 Ils. / On thc motion of Mr. Li:jen, seconded by Mr. FKUIIVSON, thc itffuis were passed. Mr. FEUIIVSON said/that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

THE undersigns well-assorted SPIRITS, KN«us BOTTLED ALUS s for Hotels and Pri reasonable rates. has alway* on hand a stock nf WINES, DRAUGHT ALU, 1 PORTERS, suitable 'atc Families, at very W. fi. CAPORN. QN SALK RY T|E UNDERSIGNED A. -ALE- (Jtuttlcil) Bass's, by various bottlers, Blood's, Dictjen and Schroder s ALE-(Bulk) Ma ian's. Tooth's XXX APPLES-(Dried i in quarter barrels B. -BRANDY-(Her lcssy's) 1 star and 3 star in cases and bulk in quarter casks Besquit dc lionel; in quarter-casks I.c Grande Mnsqi c, in décantera Blacking, Buttertin tins), Bran, Bitters, Duckets, Blinds (Chinese verandah), Barley, Raco . C. -Candles, Cigars, Cheese, Cocoa, Curr}' Ponder, C1117 mts, Champagne, Claret, Clothes Linc . Qhaff, (Jorks F. -Fruits (bottled), '. cueing Wires G. -Ginger Wine, (rc leva, Golden Syrup H. -Hay, Oaten and .ucerne J.-Jams (Tasmanian ' K.-Kerosene (Devoo s) L.-Leather, Hames! Bridle, Bag, Kip, Sole, and Basils Limejuice, Liuicj lice Cordial, Lick Blocks M.-Maizena, M ti sta...

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REDESTRIANISM, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

\EDEST1UAKISM, &c. ; Hie foot-raV»I spoke of/a few weeks since, ns 1 icing impciulkac between two pedestrians of Charters TowerMsanwlCronkand Roberts, is to take place to-da^MBTne stakes have been increased from timej|wh^until thc amount now at issue ie £50û\^WTIfc sum £300 has , already been deposited,} and rta balance will be put down prior tefl thc raM. A large [ amount of betting has leen madevin the con- test nt even money. (Jronk, in consequence , of his many victories lin former times, is slightly the favourite, tllougli Roberts' friends thoroughly believe in Uieir man's ability to win. The distance is 200 yards. A match for £100 a-side hos been arranged between Dwyer and Curran, of Gipps Land. The race takes place at Sale.

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

SPOUTING NOTES. V i RACING EVENTS TO COME. V.R.C. Autumn Meetus, Mureil 2, 7. !). <i««m«l[Uid T.O. Ann*ol Meeting, Mareil 18, in. Sortit Australian J.clAnmial Meeting, March 20, 30, April L T * "-uj| April ll, IS. . Annual Meeting, April ll, 12. . leT. C. Annual Meeting, May itoflDiampton Jockey dluli Auuual meeting, June ti, 7. A txotan scrutiny «ito thc recently published race programme fort» ur annual meeting in June nert, coVirms inc ii my previously expressed cstiniationVof .its merits ; and enables me to add that \is thc'most judiciously laid out bill-of-fare wiled in Quce/sland tin's season, and far and (Way jthc best ever presented to the public nortlqof ¡the metropolis. It is true tho added moneyWs less In amount than that offered by the Brisbane Jblub, but for suita bility to different claWcs lt horses, such as thc Committee must nalnafly expect, thc Rock- hampton programme aWrds far greater scope I for success than tho mcHrpolitan ; and, at the same time,.holds...

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CALENDAR—JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

CALENDAR- jANUillV-HilMWAIII'. Tims. 10 ..ithafl Kpiplini: . Tho (¡lip« if.u-li th« Ki.'ppi'l ltiiy. iii. (Oin. om 30in. lutor limn thc limn* foll ill HIL- i'ilot station, ¡ur : muí nt ltm-kllanipton, «liiiwn in tho nliuve tnlilc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

Shipping TKK AUSTRALASIAN »TEAM NAVIGATION COMtAN^B STEAM To SYDNEY DIB! 3T.-Boomerang, on or j about Wednesday. To MELBOÜ! N E.-Boomerang will take passengers an cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. To BRISBANE DI IECT. - Leichhardt, on or about Wednesd y. . To BRISBANE, \ CA GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGI.-Lady Bowen, Tues day. To MACKAY. - Ti wnoe, early. . To BROADSOUND. -Tinonee, early. To COffiOWK & ÍOltTHEBK PORTS. Pasv ¿en and cai ;o will I» forwarded hy steadier Bunyip on Sunday next, at 2 p.m., to meet mail steamar in Keppel Bay. WOO« & WOOD, Agents. Rockhampton, FeVukTy 9,1878. FOR SYDNEÄ vu BRISBANE. MELBOURNE .^STEAMSHIP COM splendid NEW TBE CLARENCE, WU! leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on or about WEDNESDAY, the lita instant. Freight and pastengefs bourne and Newcastle. .booked for Mel JOHN HEDRICK & CO., Agents. FOE LOUDON] THE AA1 CLEP|; SCOTTISH 667 TONS REGISTER, CARVEN DIRECT. ;R BARQUE fERO, N. M'EACHAIÜÍ. JJL¿£ - FinHE alovc ve...

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. M QUEENSLAND. ' Jj [FROM OCIt OWH CohriESrONEENTS.J Jj BRDtniNE, February 8. SI IT ia reported that*! [f. John Thorn, .thc fl member for Fassifern, ¡i>a partner with Mr. j Alinear, tho lowest to ejerer for the railway J contract, and that he Ï .Jr. Thorn) will there- 1 fore resign before Parlia «int meets. ' j J Messrs. Cobb and Co. ' ibontract for a weekly "\, i\ mail coach from Sprii ¿sure ' 'ria Tambo to . A Blackall, will cost ,£31 lp per annum. Thc m service between CoÇppe ield and Aramac, for «¿j which the same nrm'hai a contracted, will cost \ ?vj £1500 per annum. I - I fi The Brisbane Gas Company dividend for the .' | last half-year is at thc rate of ten per'cent 'Î fi per annum, with a »onus of half-a-crown ' j per sharo. L I

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1876. SiRttViLÜAM JERVOIS is aii enthusiastic advocate of Australian federation and railwaV extension. He refuses to regard the interests of the severak Australian colonies^5 conflicting or evm dissimilar, and, whi\ seeing insuperable difficulties in the wav of complete /federation at present, tflmks that th/re might be federation A matters of/trunk lines of railway, law,\mmigratioh, and defence. The Sydney ^Chamber/ of Commerce thinks the difficulties in the way of a Customs Union\ between New South Wales, South Aistrfilia, and Queens- land arc not insuperable. It leaves protectionist Vict/ria out of ac- count in the meantime ; but Mr. Berry may not ¿\vays ? rule, and if the other three colong named could be induced to take conccrW action in any of the matters s/ecifieaV the way would be paved for complete federation at some future time. \ In regard to railwaysASir William Jervois' opinion is well wo\h weighing. Despairing of uniting the cblonies ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

nth thanks."-HASM.KT. 'HT.-CRIl'PS'S Eye "n cure. Hold by all store .-Cripps' Fever Curo never keepera. Ltheraï nHuvant't;. ]VKlt <X)M PJ.A I NI'S.-(.'Hpins' iuld liy all storekeeper*. NATURE HIS ASSIGNED to the Ki il ncys a mort important duty, vi/..: to strain fl inn thy blood its impurities, aumiipr* which are the widely popular and Í<»np ont;ililiwlieil, diuretic cordial, i;i»oi.pno WDM'KS S<;HN;J>AM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, materially promote» the complete performance of tin« function, KtreugheUM thu urinary orgitiitf anil asntat digestion. APID PROGRESS-PREMIER POSITION. ÎîreiUnpularlty-Intrinsic merit. Iteilurcd Price nf thelnOMH COMPANION. It in univ rt fen' months sin e thc first shipmunt arrived ; lint the Machine ia HQ really good. Hint there are already more Home Co ipnuinnn «ohHit Ojiceiitdand mnnth'y than are sold nf any other Hand Sewing Machine, lilia rapid uccesw exhausted our Htock upai II and aplin ; hut wi have now a pood supply and ...

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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

tJ'/O WEEK. » IT is evident Ûiat then: ia one perron in town who «loee not'iutend to subscribí} towards the <¿ramtnir Kohoul, and who wants to find a spcciousVixclse for his niggardliness. Tin's nelson, lnWclpr, is not content to veil his ßmaH-soulcahcw in decent otocurity, Imt muet needs "Wf>" it fort]) to th«world, lint lie might havant his re.il nama) to In's letter in a manly f'Ä. for thc j m hie would then have hean ablcmhc helter to appreciate thc unbecoming iunug-iidocsthroWiilhut against thc Cramnmr SchoollJonimittec. M'liat tlicsc arc entirely gratuito»* is obvious* from thu fact that i fir Htthsrribt'il and iiof t/iMComviittn; will have tlio choosiiL' of thc site. lint thc injustice of ^Shorthorn's " Anputations will he understood wlLn we ascertain what tho personal indinatioiL of the Committee would naturally he. Thire were/but six members present at Wed nest ay's iJeeting. Of these, two only live on Ehe lunge, ami neither Anthill a mile of tLe 6ÍtI said to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

OHrEOHILL'S Sí and Compound! by the faculty fort Diseases of Debility pleasant taste or smell. Wholesale agents, Bri ups, Line Iron, Soda, Btrongly recommended "oDsumption, and all free from any un ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., time. Elliott Biros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS, Importers of Patent : Modicinea, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In trumente, Trusses, Ste.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers'Doods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemical^ Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturera of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones, ? 110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SVDKEV, and IIEISBÁNE. Chemical Works and j Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTTS CHAMPAGNE QUININE WIIÏE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be tlu> purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; dis the best restorative ! for tile young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, sud stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable {or Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheuma...

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THE RUSSIANS IN POSSESSION OF CONSTANTINOPLE! GROSS BREACH OF FAITH. (Special Cablegram to Sydney Erening News.) LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

THE RUSSIANS IN POSSESSION OE CONSTANTINOPLE ! fJIlOSS HIíB ,CII OF FAITH. ('Special Cahh ijram lt Sgilnei/ Ereuimj Xrim.) LQNDON, February 7. Notwithstanding tl o warnings given by tho British Government i gainst the advance ot thc RuBBians upon Cons mtinoplc, and in direct violation oí tho prc hUes of the Czar, the Russian troops, by i ipid marching and com- bined movement, ha ; seized Constantinople, and now occupy the < «¡tal. # "TRAVELLER" 6upplics*u^wjtii some items of interest from Blackwater and the Comet. On Thursday yßmgmg there were about twenty-five wool drays at Blackwater delivering their loading at thc railway station. Thc line is now 1 allastcd to within three miles of tho Comet station, rails are laid to within half a-inile vf the same place, and no doubt seems to i c felt of the opening of thc railway foi traflic to thc Comet on the 1st proximo. Thc railway bridge over thc Comet is being vigorously pushed on ; a numlicr \vf men ure engaged upon it ; abou...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Friday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 9 February 1878

I JiOOKHAMPTOK POLICE COURT. j Friday, fahnuuw 8. BEFOJIE tlic Police Mlgistratc;|, DBÜNKEKSESS.-Ole ofi^nowsaras eent to the Reception Houal for medical treatment, and another fined twenty shillings or thc usual alternative. I DEsruoviKO Piior|KTy.-William Cherry r. William Sheehy. Mtt Melbourne for thc plain- tiff, Mr. Mackay, from thc ofEec of Messrs. Bees ll. Jones and Brown for the defendant. Thc judgment in this case was reserved yesterday, and the defendant! was tined £2 10s., and ordered to pay £1 7s. Cd. damages, and £3 10s. 2d. costs au( expenses. Mr. Mackay applied for costs in thc cases withdrawn, and thc Deneb granted E3 3s. UNLAWFULLY ÏKÏEKINH OS 1ÎNCLOSEU LANDS.-William < berry v. William .Sheehy. There were two s< parate COSÜB in which thc question as to cost s had been deferred ; thc bench ordered pl liutifl' to pay defendant £1 Hs. Od. in cac! case. SURETIES OF THE PEACE.-Margaret Reill v. Philip Reill. Assault : Noah Cranston v. &nbsp...

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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 February 1878

-»? xs*&r±-* - ? '? I FACTS ÂlDSCItAPS: (FrpmKe Papen.) Huera HAVTOIBE, tips äff to JIÍB Honor Judge Sheppard, deliberate! r attempted to commit suicide at Bowen on tl i morning of February 6. He borrowed a revolt sr from a store, and one cartridge, under tho ; reten ce of trying it, and then went into the middle of the principal street and shot bimse f through the left breast, about two inches hé sw the heart. The ball lodged beneath the s in in the back, having <* passed through the >wer part of the lungs. Holies are entertain d of his recovery. The reason for the at :mpt is not definitely known. Charles Campbel of the Star Magnet Troupe, while walki gan elevated wire rope, at St. George, on 1 cbruary 4,- fell, through one of thc stays givi g way, a distance of over thirty feet, and was erercly injured. 10,000 sheep, Crot ers,' from the Maranoa, are travelling for grai i. 230 bead of Collaroy cattle, for sale, arc near the town of St. Gcnrgc. 2000 Curr» ildi ...

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THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. CLIMATE v. SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 February 1878

f THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD. CLIMATE v. SOIL. Tlte notion is held by many that if the right quality of soil is in possession, dud thc weither favourable, plants in almost endless variaky may be grown here regardless of elimatta considerations. On this /basis we not uiuVcqucntly hear thc expression, "that soil wia grow any mortal thing/' This is a mistakes wliich leads to nmclydisapiiohit meut aiinVloss. l'coplc with />M country expcrienccsVf fanning and gardening, having a liking fV cultivation tanks a dash at it from r\eir former ofcpcricnces and fail ; then thc\ turn disc/sted, and con- clude without \a show yof reason that this is no placoVor cultA-ation. What is being actually acVniplis/ed year by year, althongh'ou a very ¿Viii Aialc, is calculated in the end to vanish thcsV/alse notions ; at the saine time, it is astoniJLug how tenaciously many adhere to them. A \ In ornamental gardatinpVnany will persist in trying to grow tia flowers-annual and otherwise-which arafiudigeiVus...

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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 7, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 February 1878

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, February 7, 3 p.m. ACCORDING to reports g uerally current, the British Government «en informed last night that the Russian troops have entered Con- stantinople.

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