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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 February 1878

CHURCHILL'S lyrups, Lime Iron, Soda, and Compon da strongly recommended by tbe facility f< r Consomption, and all Dis sae es of Debil by ; free from any un- pleasant taste or sm ll. ELLIOTT BKOS., & Co., Wholesalo agents, I risbane. Elliott (Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY SALTED*, Importers of Fatent Medicines, Druggifts' Sundries, Surgical In trnments, Truesei, Etc; Soda-water, aud Cordial Manufacto£rs' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones 110 and 112, PJETT-STRKET, SIDNEV, and BRISBANE. Chemical Works lind Glass Factory, Iron COTS, Humain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE «VINE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to fe the purest and cheapest tonio y et introduce» ; it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, .nd is invaluable f<fr Indigestion, Nervo...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY l4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. ÏIIUltSDAY, FEIHíUAUY ll, 1S78. THAT the plot thickens in Kurope is un- fortunately but tdo apparent. The duplicity of Russia evidently continues to make progress al >ng its sinuous and sinister course. Prince Gortschakoff engrosses the attci lion of British and Austrian diplomats s, while the Russian Commander-in-chie " makes unscrupulous use of the wrelcl ed Turkish Govern- ment for the accorr ilishment of Russia's nefarious designs. We are told that at the approaching Conference Great Britain will insist ipon a free passage of the Dardai elles - presumably for her war vesse s ; complete access to the Black Sea ; and full security for com nunication through Egypt with lirítíí !i India. But in the meantime " Ru; sia objects to certain points in the peace preamble, and also to the limitations so ight to be imposed by Austria." Then, on thc British fleet being ordered to Sta nboul, the Russian Press-no doubt ins lired by thc Govern- ment-remarks that his step was advi...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 February 1878

SmPP/KQ INTELLKEKCE. I Fl'.nniAnv 18.-BOOMKKAJJO, s.s.. 440 tons, Captain J. T. Dnrrull, from Sydney direct. P«S»I!»I!.T«- .Mrs. LeUiliriilgo, Sirs. C. I>. OIIHIIH, and tc» in the sU'i'r ago. Wood and Woori, agents. February 13.-(ln Keppel Day) I.KICHHAIiuT. «.«, 4SI»ton», Captain O. J. l'Inlay*)», from iiioktuwii VIA ports. Passengers-Messni. I*. Hellt*, o. H. Davis, and ton in tho t*U>cnige. Wood ami Wood, agent*. DEPAKTUnE. FeuniaryU.-fl-Youl Keppel Ray) tKICHI!AKI1T, s.s., 4bD tom. Captain G. J. Finlayson, for Sydney via Brisbane, ltaraenfserfl- Mr. G. C. Hick, ttvn in the steerage, and through passengers. Wood and Wood, agent«.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 February 1878

tiippiuK AdnouncemoniB. THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM To SYDNEY DDtlfer.-Boomerang, about Friday. jj To îi E L B O IT ralf E.-Boomerang will . take paaaengen una cargo to be transhipped at Sydney. j ' To BRISBANE DlKBCT.-Tinonee, early. I To BRISBANE, rf», GLADSTONE and j MARYBOROUGH}-Lady Young, Tues- day, j j To MACKAY. - Tilonec, early. To BROADSOITND.i-Tinonec, early. To COOKTOWN & NORTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargo will bc forwarded by ^Seamer Bunyip od Sunday next, to meet Xfföii «teamer in Kefpel Bay. WOOD k WOOD, Agento. Rockhampton, February U, 1878._ FOR SYDNEY*T BRISBANE. j .g. jrnnâË MELBOURNE ?jg^ar, i I STEAMSHIP COM- ; ^HHp^Ir&^&-?lendid NEW THE CUARENCE, WUl leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, via BRISBANE, on FRIDAY MORNING, at 9 rfclock. Freight sod pan ngers booked for Mel bourse and Newoasl s. JOHN DEADRIOK & CO., j Agento. FOR LONWN DIRECT. THE AA1 t JPpER BARQUE SCOT! SH HERO, «67 TONS REOISTEE, GAWAIN N. M'...

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WRECK OF THE BRIG WESTERN STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 February 1878

WRECK OF THE BRIG WESTERN STAR, i From tba Moehr;/ ? Marmy of February fl; wc learn forther «ar iculars of the wreck of tliis vessel. The \ cstcni Star nailed from Sydney on or about he 20th of August last, And duly reached ;he Solomon (Jroup of islands, where Bhe t ailed, and was heard of ?very often by Caji aili Rosengren of the schooner Isabella, wh :n he was upon his last recruiting voyage. 7 ie brig was commanded by Captain William WOIBCII. At thc Islands the Western Star obtained a cargo of CO tons of copra, 12 tons of beecli-de-incr, and 2 tons of black pearlshell and a quantity of other trade, and she sailed upon her return voyage from Santa Anna on tile 10th of January last. Thc crew consisted of the master, cook, steward, six seamen, and a black boy as passenger. The ship sighted thc Brampton Reef on the 28th J uiuary, arrived in its vicinity at five o'clock p.m., on the same day, and bore off the shoot fi. by N. i N. About six o'clock, the marte and chief mate went aloft,...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 14 February 1878

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. MINYIP, B.s.-Anlved nt thc wharf last iihrht at «even, brining malls ami passengers tRuishippod ínmi the Boomerang, s.s.« and Leichhardt, S.N. BIIISBAVK, H.M.H.-Now nt Sydney, «ill leave Moreton Day, on Thursday, February 28, for Singa- pore and Hongkong via tho usual ports of call. BOWEN, n.M.S.-According to tho time-table would leave Singapore on Tuesday, the 5tli instant, for this port, with mails from England, via Hrindisi, to tbs datent January«. "ELAMANG, s.n.-Probably left Townsville for DortUern purts yesterday. EGMONT, s.s.-Left Sydney for Brisbane nu Monday afternoon. Wie takes her departure from tho last named port for northern ports on Haturday morn lng. JAMES PATERSON, s.s.-Leaving Svdney for Rockhampton ou Tuesday afternoon, i» due on Satur- day night. LADY BOWEN, s.-I« now ou a voyage to Brisbane VIA ports, LADY YOUNO, ti.-Wm to leave Brisbane on Tuesday at one p.m. for Rockhampton via ports. LEICHHARDT, «.«.-Clearod Keppel Day yester- day morning,...

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ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE Highly rooommenjjed by tho Faoulty, and acknowledged to bathe purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced*; it is the best restorative for tiie young, weakjj and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, .nd ia invokable foraodigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, Fever and Ague, It has Iso proved a most invaluable and agreeable tomaohio to all sufffeng from general debility and lou of appetite,? A wineglasaful twice a day will be found jfciarticuUrTy grateful and emoaaúrai in all casa whore a cordial tonio is required. Is far fcuperior to sherry and bitten. A Brisbane, January 3, 1876. GENTLBMKir,-I bte to inform you that I luve eiammed your Quinine Wine, and can- not find anything deleterious in its composi- tion. I It oontaina at least half a grain of dry pure sulphate of quinine ii each ounce ; and from the quantity of extraits of well-known bitter tonics in its compaction, and especially that of sulphate of quinine, in the ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

? SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. BRISBANE, R.M.8.-N0W nt Sydney. «Ill leavo Moreton Bay, on Thursday, February 28, for Singa pore ul Hongkong Til tbs aftu] ports of coll. BOWEN, B.U.H.-Aocordlng to tho time-table would lura Singapore on Tuesday, tho 6th Instant, for thia port, with malls from England, TIA Brindisi, co the date of January 4. -Leaves for Sydney direct to EOMONT, n.e.-Left Sydney for Brisbane on Monday afternoon. She takes her departure from the last named port for northern ports to-morrow morn lng. JAMES PATERSON, e.s.-Left Sydney for Hock bampton on Tuesday afternoon, and ls duo on Satur day night. ? I-Apy'BOWEN. «.-Left Bundaberg yesterday morning at six for Maryborough. LADY TOthiO, a.-Waa to leave Marylwrough at 3 p.m. yesterday for Rockhampton »ii ports. LMOHHARDT, n.t.- From northern ports «as due at Brisbane last night "R.M.8.' TANJOKE-Takos her departure from Hobson'! Bay, onThuraday.'FebruarySl, for Adelaide. King George's Sound, and Point de Gaile. THE CLARENCE, «A-Tak...

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THE TRUE THEORY OF DEVELOPMENT. (From the New York Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

THE TRUE TIlAltY OF DEVELOP (From tiic Ali* York Times. ) SOMEWIIEIIE in one fcf our Western States a hoy has just been discovered who has au extra pair ot hands instcaçf of tile usual human feet. Tile name of the precise locality where this novel hoy resides wal not be here mentioned, for reasons which aie not at all obvious ; but to the fact of his exist nee a Western newspaper has solemnly certi ied. Thc tmadrunuuious boy differs from otl ;r boys only in his extra supply of hands. While he cannot kick a smaller boy with s much effect as he could were he provided v th feet, he can play ductB with himself on t ie piano, and can steal apples and gather birds' nests with a facility which makes him he envy of his fellows. When in thc echot room he can whittle his desk with one of h i right hands and the scat of the benoit with t e other, and the efficiency with which he sui eptitiously throws hymn- books at thc legs f unwary Sunday School teachers while oo 1 his upper hands are ostent...

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POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

POST OFFICE MAIL NOTICE. MAILS (or the Australian Colonie», Kew Zealand and Fiji per Bomerang e.8., close this evening-for registered letters at six and ordinary letters at eight. Mails for ports north of St. Lawrence per Egmont s.s., close to-morrow (Saturday) «vening at thc above hours.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. THE reporte ending at 9 a.m. yestordny stated thc rainfall to lie-Rockhampton, O'fXl inch ; Ht. Lawrence, O'SO ; Nebo, 0'50 ; Mackay, 3i8; Bloomsburj', 3"07; Blackall, 0-2Ä; Bowen, 0-72 ; Junction Crock, 0'40 ; George- town, OAT ; Normanton, OJO; Kinilwrley, 0'12. It waa raining at the Tate and Walsh liivcrs, Thornborough, Copperfield, Mackay, and Bowen. Appearances indicated rain at Cler- mont, Springsure, Kavcuswoott, aud Towns- ville, j

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SANITARY VALUE OF FORESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

SANITARY VAI.uÀoF FORESTS. AT thc Into session of tile American Health Association of Chicago, George L. Andrew, of Laportc, Ind., presented! a paper on Forests and their Sanitary Value/ The follow ing is a summary :- / "Forestsincrease thc kmount of condensa- tion over their own arias ; hut hy reason of thc amount intercepted] hy thc stems and leaves, thc annual rainfall at thceartli'R surface is not, perhaps, materially affected by their presence or absence inf regions well covered with other vegetation aid well cultivated. By means of their interlaced roots, mosses, lichens, and humus, foiLsts check thc efflux- of superfluous rainfall, thms regulating the water supply in streams and springs, and decreasing thc proportion of the a nual precipitation that is borne to thc sea by t ic natural drainage of the country. " Forests diminish t e evaporation from the earth's surface, but thi hygrométrie deficiency is moro than compelí itotl by thc increased evaporation front the: ? loaves. ...

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VICTORIA. MELBORNE, February II. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

ÍÍXI.BOUBJÍE, February II. I In thc Legislative Assc nilly yesternight, Mr. Berry stated that thc ïovenimeut could not promise to reinstate all the dismissed officials in the event of I lie passing, of thc Appropriation Bill. "jftflbk . Thc Address to thc Qua u oí Sic political situation was carried by li .Jt»i/ to twenty four votes. In the course of the dcb te Mr. Berry said that it was as unlikely the ; thc item for pay- ment of members would bi taken out of the Appropriation Bill as that thc sun would be blotted out of the heaven . This announce- ment was loudly cheered. Thc Assembly then adjm med till Tuesday, March 6. The Board appointed t inquire into tho claims for compensation of rablic servants for wrongful dismissal hroughj its proceedings to a close to-day. Sevcntci i coses were in- vestigated, involving claim amounting to up- wards of £0000. Only £30 was recommended to bc awarded by thc Boat* .

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

iSroitTs. CA special charge is made for consignees' announce menta in this column.! February IS.-Boomerang, s.a., from Sydney direct : 76 packages iron anti hardware, 103 packages grocorluH, 4 package» drugs, flo bundles wire, 12 roll« laid, 48 packages paints Mid oils, 30 casai kerosene, 22 luipi «alt, a trunks boots, 2 packages glassware, 107 pack* ages vines, spirits, beera, und cordials, 13 bairn onions, 1 box tobacco, 21 cartlwxes, 15 boites 2a half . cbwts te», 1 own drapery« 2 coil* rope, 72 bags potatoes, 8 bags need, S cases sewing machine, lil raws fruit. G bars steel, 20 hates liny, 33 packages sundries, and £ranridpmenta for the north. Ex Boomerang, R.B.: 1 bale hops, 581 wigu potatoes, 1 keg honey, 4 keg« butter, Acheron and Allen. Ex Boomerang, s.s.: 6 cases, 3 packages sundries, W. Hopkins. Ex Boomerang, s.s.: 2 sacks peas, 2 cases sauce, 3 sewing machines, 2 coses, Beed and Ileeve. Rx Boomerang, s.s.: 30 cases fruit, J. Hart. Ex Boomerang, H.S.: 1 case cheese, 3 kegs...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

SHIPPINQ INTELLIGENCE. j «RIVAL. I FEBMJAnr 14.-THE CARENCE, s.s., MO ton«, Captain J. D. Hurley! from (Sydney vii Hrlslmno. Passenger*-Miss Malo ey, -Vina Barry, Hon. A. H. Palmer, M.L.A.., M. ftsmiuuioe, and fire in the steerage. Juan Hendr :k and Go., agents. DE ARTIIRE. February M.-LOUII A MAI! I A. schooner, 31) tons, R. Whiteuend, luinatei for UtunlaUerg, in ballast. Master, agent.

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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECTAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LONDON, February ll. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

CABLEGRAMS. j [SPECTAL CORRESPONDENTS MESSAGES.] LODDON, February ll. IK the House of Loris, this afternoon, Earl Beaconsfield stated I that a difficulty has arisen regarding the «ntry of thc British fleet into thc Dardanelles/ The intention of the British GovcrnmcnV to scud the fleet to Constantinople remains unchanged. Prince Gortschakoff telegraphs:-"As the British fleet goes to Constantinople, we send our army there." I Thc P. and 0. ci.'s steamer Siam left Gaile for Mclbourno on saturday, February 9. / LONDON, February 12. Pope Pius has /left two wills. By the first three and a-lialf / million francs annually are bequeathed to hie successor for thc expenses of thc Papacy.! The second constitutes his nephew lega tee J and provides that three hun- dred thousand tranca be gwento^hepoorof

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

FACTS AWD SCRAPS. {From /lc Papers.) A KOUKMATÍ of a qiialry gang on tho Boina extension, named Bell disobeyed Mr. Bash ford's orders, who thereupon paid him off and discharged him ; a liamher of the gaug said ' they would stick to Bill, and struck work and endeavored to persuadí others to do the same. The matter was settlal by Bell returning to his work, and the disclarge of the ringleaders who assisted Boll. Msssrs. John Macfarlane a«n William KelIeÎL of Ipswich, are spokejs^f as probable candidates for the electoratarof Ipswich on the rcsignatioDMif the Hon. Ueorge Thorn. In the Jh^rinru^rpa-Mr of Saturday, February 0, a pWMfiiation appears appointing the Hon. J. RcujpWj. C. Foote, V!. Miles, S. Fraser, F.J^ttic%ud the Mayor of Bris- bane, for tharne beingSqg a commission to inquireinto the most conl<anicnt route foV extending the S. and W. Raiiwä^to navigable Messrs. Goldsborough and Co's Wool Exhibition in Melbourne is receiving a large number of exhibitsilrom all pa...

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[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

t/ÍÍCTJSTí'S MESSAGES.} I LONDON, February 13. Active military and naval preparations are being made by tl i Government. In Parliament yesterday, in reply to a question, tlie Mil ister for Foreign Affairs said be hoped to ann unce on Thursday that the British ironclad s uadron had arrived at Con- stantinople. Several Austria 1 ironclads are starting for the Levant. Thc British Cl anncl squadron has been ordered to render ous at Gibraltar, and make that tbc port of c ll. The steamship Assam arrived at Gaile on Tuesday, 12th ins ant.

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS. LONDON, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

SHIPPING ARRIVALS. ( I LONDON, February 12. RomanoflF, Gi nncrus, Melbourne, George Thompson, anil tooh Maree, from Melbourne ; Glen Osmond, üraigcnd, 4MM^ Borealis, Pak Wau, Bel ana, and Invercauld, from Adelaide ; Gir an, from Brisbane ; and Nineveh, from S 'dney. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 15 February 1878

"For Oils rollof, milli UianW-HAHIXT. SANDY BLIGfifr.-CRIPPS'S Eye Lotion is » certail cure. Bold by nil store keopers. Liberal alloivatle. FEVER AND AGUEl-Cripps' Fever Cure never fntlB. Sold by nil RtorekAiors. Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND LIV« COMPLAINTS.-Cripps* Tonic Anttbilioua PUto. nid by all storekeepers. AFTER GROPING IN THE DARK for centurion in quest of a pure stimulant, Die fnculty fourni it somu twenty-live years ago In UDOI,PHO WOLFE'S ÍSUHJKDAM AlïO MATIC SCHNAPJ»S. Four thousand experienced Ïractitioners publicly endorsed the article, not only as Ue purest of all stimulant*, hut n tonic, fnrigornnt, and alterative of unequalled excellence. From that time to the present ita popularity hus been steadily increasing until ft is without a rival In tho estimation of the public, au M ell na of scientific-men. Thousands nf both aexe», who would shudder at the thought of tarting the adulterated liquors In ojKuraon use, toke it mpdlclnntly rvs n remedy for debility, indiges...

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