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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 11 February 1878
6H»PpSwS!&lt;>FHSIK!iTK BUNYIP, ».«_Left «ic wharf yesterday alter noon at two, taking northern malls ami tim Mluw lng nassengeni for transhipment tn tim s s. Kl.-ioiniic; in Keppel ita}- :-»lr«. A. V. Ooodwin, Mr. H. M. Frankland, arni ove in the steerage BOOMERANG, s.s.-Left Sydnoy on Tliursilay fur this port, and is doe by to-raorrow morning's title. BOWEN, R.M.8.-Aocordlng ta thc timolalilo would leave Singapore on Tuesday lost for tili* port, with malls from England, »14 Brindisi, to Uic Jak vf Jojmary 4. ELAMANG, s.s.-Lort Brisbane on Saturday morn- ing for northern porta, and was dim in Keppel liav last night. EOMONT, s.s.-Ia arrnngoil to leave Sydney for Brisbane ami northern ports thin afternoon. JAMI« PATERSON, s.s.-Loavcs Sydney for Rockhampton this afternoon. LADY DOWKN, s.-Arrived ot tile «Uart yester- day afternoon, after being detained inUie river »iueo Hbtarday ewing tn tile low tlda lite Bunyip, H.S., transhipped tile mails and passenger*, and reached tow...
PEAK DOWN DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
PEAK DO WN\ DISTRICT] (*J WE cull thc following items from tho Peak Dowis papers of Saturd y last : A meeting of sharcholt ers in thc new P. D. Conner Mine was held in tho Oddfellows' Hall, Copperfield, on T mrsday evening last for thc purpose of consul ring the Rockhamp- ton amendments to the Articles of Associa- tion. Tile various altci itions were put ami carried with one or tw > exceptions.-/'. D. Telegram. At a committee incctir ; of the Peak Downs Pastoral and Agricultm d Society, held on Tuesday, fifth instant, Mr. Brown moved, and Mr. Lea sceouded, "That fl00 he set aside for the iinprovcmei t of the Show Yards, and tluvt Messrs. Singlet in, Adair, Small, and M'Cormock !>o a suti-c nunittce for the cx iienditure of the same." Camed. Moved hy dr. SmaU, seconded hy Mr. Brown, " That the prizes this year cons¡ it of cups and money instead of certificates." Carried.-Copin rfield Him,; Wciuiesday lost was observed in Copper- field os IC day of buinil ation mid prayer for ra...
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
SHIPPWO MOVEMENTS. AUSTRALIA, R.M.S.-Anira! nt San Francisco, with the malta for England, on January' 20, two days in advance of contract tiuie. BUNYIP, s.a.-Leavea tlie wharf at an early hour to-morrow morning, taking southern malin and pas mngera for tranantpment to the a a. Ijeichnardt in Keppel Hay. BOOMER ANO, H.S.-From Sydney direct pruiHod Cape Moreton yesterday nt 12*30, and would bc due bore l>y thin evening's tide. BOWEN, R.M.8.-According to «io timetable would leave Singapore on Tuesday Inst for this port, with malts from England, via Brindisi, to the data of January i. BRISBANE, R.M.8.-Now nt Sydney, will leave Moreton Bay, on Thursday, February 28, inr Singa- pore and Hongkong via tile usual port« of call. COREA, s.s.-Ta advertised to leave Brishiuio on or abont March 1, for Port Moresby, New Cuineo, calling nt northern ports. ELAMANG, s.*.-Cleared Keppel Bay nt an early hour yesterday morning, and ls due nt Bowen to-day. RATE, achooner--Cleared at the Customs, BrÏB ...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE,February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
VICTORIA-rf jr MEi.nouRNÇTcnruai'}' 1 i. Sir James M'tnUoch has intimated his intention to resign his scat after the proroga- tion of Parliament. An application has been made by Mr. Molesworth to Mr., .Justice Fellows, in Chambers, for a wit of Anora* torpm, to bring up two prisoners tcutcuccd by County Court Judgc 0o]>c at the|Ucncral Sessions yestcnlay, on the ground that Judge Cojie held office illegally. His Honor Justice Fellows granted a summons calling pu the Crown Solicitor to show cause why a wail of haltra* rorpm should not lie issued. Tilt decision will settle the important question whether the dismissal of the Judges was Icga . Heavy rains have ' alien place, and ave suc- ceeded hy sultry wc titer. It is expected thal to-morrow, or on an cally day, a member of the minority in the Legis lative Council will mi re that the Payment of Members Bill be reste red to the notice paper. The Legislative A isemhly will to-morrow j discuss Hr. Berry's r solution for au address...
COMMERCIAL." LONDON WOOL SALES. (Stables, Straker,and Co.'s Circular.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
COMMERCIAL." LONDON WOOL SALUS. (StMe*, Stralrr^fyd Co.1« Circular.) SALE by J. T, Sime and Co., November 21 : Kx Windsor Castle n id Wlianipoa : ALSN, 8 gi'oasy iiieces at li Jd.; GU J, 4 scoured nieces, i 5Jd. ; HSW, £ greasy w ithdrawn. Kx Stathdon : S. \\ ilson, Ix>gau Downs, 17 ilcece at 22d., 18 nt 'Old., 22nt20d., 29 at 191d., 80 nt 18M., S damaged at lGJd., lil nieces at IGd., 10 at 1 d., 2 at 12id., 13 grease at 12d., 2 at 10d., 21 : roken at lOJd., 2 pieces at 7 Jd., 12 scoured pi&lt; ces at 15Jd., 3 nt 15d. Kx Lusitania : DC, voca, Increase at 13Jd., 10 at 13d., li at 12d" 12 at lld., 23 at IOU., 13atl0d., Oat »id., !at9d. Sale by C. Bairne a ul Co., November 22 : Kx Ethiopian : HS Y, 17 withdrawn. Sale by Jacomb an Co., November 23 : Ex Garnock : Mt. Hutton, 3 Ilcece at 22,1., G at 20Jd., 32 at 10J&lt;,, 20 pieces at 17Jd., 10 at lGJd., 2 at 14Jd., I damaged at 17Jil. Ex Martainn : Mt Abundance, G3 fleece at 22d., 121 at 21Jd., ; at 2ld., 20 at 191,(1....
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Februarys 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Februarys. I Consols 95g. The Bank rate of discount is 2 per cent, thc open market rate being Ia. Wheat is finn. Tallow quiet. In wool there is nothing doing pending the coming series of auction sales. Tin £(53 10s. Od. Copper unchanged. Adelaide wheat is quoted at CIs. to Cls. 3d. per quarter. Queensland dcl>cntüres aro worth 05 ; South Australian 'J7 ; other/colonial securities being unchanged. /
[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
lllUUTEirS KESSAQBS.] loilDOîî, February 9. The House of Commet ns yesternight agreed to grant the vote askcdlby the Government of £6,000,000 for a supplejnentary war estimate. During thc debate, Slr Stafford Northcote stated that tho Go%4rnraont apprehended possiblo troubles at Constantinople in conse- quence of the terms of the armistice. Tho Government had ordered a portion of the Meditcrancai) Squadron to 1» sent to Con- stantinople for the protection of British residents in the Turkish capital. The death of the Pope is announced.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, j AlIBfVAI. Kopjol Bay) rjJVMAMl, s.a.. HrUbano. i^uut&nKeni-Aniui-s.. Marun, one in the utoeniAi, and Wood and Wood, agents. 7 Februnry 1!.-J,OIHHA| MAH Ramuel Johnston, mostcrJíroni agent I February M.-WKI N*d ?., 77 from Maryborough. Master, ag* TJErAflTURP. Felmiary ll.-(From Ki mel Hay) FXAMANfl, s.n., 405 tons. Captain F. C. Kr (¿ht, forCnoktown \1a imrt*. Passengers-Mrs. A. U 0> iáwín, \lemt*. fi, M. Frank Sand, Macqnire, and six n tlie steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. February ll.-LAPV UfIWi W. Cottier, fur Brisbane ll Croker, Mra. Clarke, Mi i : T. «I. Henderson, Mas cr M'Dougall, Fold!, Marti , :
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
MONETARY ANM COMMERCIAL. UOVDON, February 9. The market for Coloni il Government Deben- tures ie steady. The wheat market i i unsettled, but well timed for arrivais, at 58 . to COs. per quarter. New Zealand wheat is selling, ex store, per 40011)6., according to cm dity, at 30s. to 52s. Tho copnor market i i without noticeable alteration. The present cash quoi ation for Wallaroo is £74 10s.; Burra, £74 Tin continues iu steady demand. Thc money market is i asy : the market rate for three months' bills is 1J per cent. During the panic on Thursday, consols fell from Í16 to 95, but recov red to 95f. The Brindisi portiot of thc Suet mail arrived at London on th ! 7th instant.
CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL, CORRSESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] RUSSIANS NOT IN OCCUPATION OF CONSTANTINOPLE. IN TERMS OF ARMISTICE, HAVE OCCUPIED FORTIFICATIONS DEFENDING THE CITY. COMMONS AGREED TO CONSIDER WAR CREDIT BY 295 TO 90. MONSTER DEMONSTRATIONS IN LONDON. GLADSTONE'S WINDOWS SMASHED. DEATH OF THE POPE. LONDON, February 7, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
CABLEGRAMS. ISPECIÁt, CORDSBPOXDBirrS MESSAGES.] RUSSIANS NOT ni"OCCUPATION OF ' CONBTAiyiNOPLE. INT TERMS OF ABJlFsTICE, HAVE OC- CUPIED FORTIFICATIONS DEFEND- ING THE CITY. COMMONS AGREE > TO CONSIDER WAR CREDIT ! 1Y 295 TO 95. MONSTER DEMO ÍSTRATIONS IN LONDON. GLADSTONE'S WINDOWS SMASHED. DEATH OFTHE POPE.. LONDON, February 7, Evening. Xi) accordance with i he terms of the armistice, thc Turks eva uatcd the lines of tlie fortifications defend ug Constantinople, upon M'hich thc Russians &lt; ntcred them. Thc report that tho R iBsiaus had entered the capital is utterly un bunded ; but great excitement prevails there In thc House nf Coinmi ns this afternoon Sir Stafford Northcote said the report a¿0-Htbe Russians' advance upon Constantinopu-Avas partially true. j LCJNDO-Î, February 8. In thc Houso of Conni ons, yesternight, Sir Stafford Northcote's ino ion that the House go into Committee of S ipply to consider the proposed war credit of £> 1,000,000, was carried on d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. A E. At.r.XANrori &lt;t Co., on the premines of Mi. ,1. Forrest, l&uit-Rtrcct, nt ll ILIII.:-Continuation of «alu of Drapery and Clothinc;. llnoM'X ax» Kin WAX, at the Show Vania, (Irarc more, nt ll n.m. :-Cowa and Calves, Slim thurn Ililli«, Ac. &lt;!i:o. H. SHAW, nt hi» linoins, Quavntieot, at ll n.in.:- Furniture and Hlfcctn.
BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
BRISBANE. [THOM OUR OWN COBBESPONDEKT.] j OK Wednesday after loon, his Excellency the ; Governor arrived in Brisbane by train from Toowoomba, for the purpose of swearing iu Mr. Garrick as M nister for Lands and Mines, Tile ceremony was gone through with- out delay, and a Yj'azcUc Extraordinary, uotifying the accept mee of Mr. Thorn's resignation and the appointment of Mr. Garrick in his stead, \ as issued at five o'clock p.m. on the same da]. Hie Excellency next morning returned to his temporary summer residence. A writ of election has been issued for East Moreton consi quent on the acceptance of office hy Mr. Garrie whose return hy that constituency, unoppost i, may bc confidently expected. Thc election for tl e electoral district of Brisbaue is causing a fair amount of excite- ment. Mr. Rutledge i let his constituents on Tuesday evening, and ir. Pring held a similar gathering on Wedin sday evening. Both meetings were held in thc large hall of the School of Arts, ' fhich was crowde...
CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
TALiroilNIAN nOL'TK. Anitl VHS al lldcklimnptniinlwiit.. M anil 8. LKAVKS Jtork'Ii.üiipton «Inuit I-'ebruiiry 20. ¿TSr Tlio Mollmiinio-Sucz mail arrives sit MIX HOUIIN'K iilmiit in d¡iyn earlier, and departs ahnnt in il;iyn later than the «Inte «limvn In the a lu tve tuMe. Tlie Cali fori) I un mail arrives at NVDNKV uhunt 8 «lays earlier, and il cpa its about lü day* later.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878
CHURCHILL'S S} upa, Lime Iron, Sod», and Compound strongly recommended loy the faculty for ConBumption, and all Siseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or smoll ELLIOTT BROS., ¿Co., Wholesale agents, Bri ibane. Elliott Bros, & Co WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTERS; Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In trunienta, Trusses! Etc.; Soda-water, aud Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chonubals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bono Dust, ?nd Crushed Bone«, 110 and 112, PAT-STBKET, SVÜNBV, and BRISBANE. Chemical Works ¿nd Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney; ELLIOTTS CHAMPAGNE QUININE ; WINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to tc the purest and cheapest tonic yet iutroduoed ; it is the best restorative (or the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system,'and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, Fever and Ag...