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NEW LOANS. LONDON, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

1TEW U)ASS. Lokimx, December 29. A Kew South Wales loan of £1,000,000 was JmMm«J in the money marketon Saturday- ; G. A. Uoyd) fandget speech. A Sw& Australian loan of £600,000 was also announced on Saturday. The reserve price was pubEshed in both cases— 00 for tae £100 debenture, bearing four per cent interest

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TERRIBLE MARINE DISASTER. LONDON, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

TEEEIBLE UAERE DISASTER. Losimx, December 29. Onthe 19th November, the emigrant ship Cospabiek, bound for tnAtiJ^ ^agght. gre when off the Cape of Good Hope. In an hour the vessel was eaupktely gutted. The pami hi nm jumped overboard by hun dredsandperiAeL CapUin Hmder and Dr. Cadrie remained on board till the last moment, and dun leaped into the sea and were dimmed. ^^ Two basts, each with thirty passengers, got dear* m command respectively of riie first and second mates. One boat has not since been heard of, the other, after being ten days at sea, was rescued by the British ship Sceptre. Onlv three persons were then alive, and'tiiey bad i subsisted by eating the bodies of tibeh* companions, who dud raving mad. The names of the saved men are reaeefivelr ManlonaM. Uaris, and Cotter. Later intelligence says that rnnntem male IMS* iimi in ana two —''vr* have been saved. It is believed Oat ia all lour famdred and siity (4S0) persons perished by tile catas Tbeoriginof the fire is unknow...

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Home and Foreign News. VIA PORT DAEWIN. FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENTS. SINGAPORE, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Home and Foreign Mews. Via Poet Daewix. FErGHTFCI. ACCIDENTS. SaciFWt, December 25. A telegram from Loodoa states tkat an express tzxin on the Great Western line ran off the nils near Slriptoa and (slanged the last by the aeddent. Twenty men have been kffled by a colliery explosion in Staflordshire. Losdos. December 29. The railway airidprit. near Shmton was caused by the breaking of an axte of the carriage next tke engine. Besides the thirty - one kOled, there wwe fifty persons injured. On (he North-western line an express train has collided with a coal train near Wigan. Ry riiW m^iAimi mf piifyiriijii i was killed and thirty persons were injured.

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MELBOURNE. December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

MELBOURNE. December 24. Meases. Power, Batfao&rd, sad Co. nsurt that 0,000 sheep bare been yarde* during the week. There was no iiiuaiwement m prices except for prime stock. 900 cattle have also been yarded, bet there u bo advance reported oa any but nrstHdass beasts, wiueh eoUcoosiAeiaJdyhi-Wriao Ok prices arRnt during the previoss week. December 28. The btercoknUl Crieket Match com menced on Sator4ay. The Victorians scored 149 mns in tbear first janiagB. The Svdney team made 40 runs, with two wickete doira. The Hon. W. H. Walsh, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Qneeasiaod, was pre sent at the prorogation on Thursday. The steamer St. Ooyth has arrived after a passage of forty-eight days from London. Her carrying eapanly is 3000 tons, h**'*'** ? 2000 tons coaL A portion of her cargo is destined for Sydney. The Crown Lands sold in this colony daring the year just ending have realised £±S0,800. 40,000 persons were conveyed as passengers by the suburban railways on Soring...

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SYDNEY. December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

SYDNEY. ; December »t ' A hot wind blew with tnm^u, force here yesterday. It has been succeeded ly a Bouthedy gale, which has ?*-—'?*-* psrtof theseafialdmgnuadSt. Mary's Cathedral A fire hmr-e out in the tows of Windsor dnrme the hot wind yesterday, andcomgletdv destroyed Geoge and afQuade streets. Special trams were despatched from Sydney wrJfe fire engines to render assistance in sxtinguishmg the fire. The residence of Mr. Lackey, a late member of the Assembly, was j burnt to Jfce ground. , lots realised late rates. ShffpA-iim were I December SS. i Mr. waiiam Forster, who was defeated 1 in the late election for East Sydney, has I been again defeated at Queanbeyan by Mr. ? Wright Mr. Footer's friends, however, are I hopeful of his being returned for the Ifnr mmbidgee. Public meeringB are being held at Wmdsor and Sydney, to establish a fund for reueving - enfjerers by the late fire. , There are great bush fires along the coast of I tins colony, especially in the Hawkesbury { distri...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WIND AND WEATHER.— DEC.31. 9 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

METEOBOLOdCAL OBSE12VA3TOXS. Wren AKdWeiTHEK.-- DEC 31. 9i.iL \ Bowes, calm, dear ; Brisbane, S.W., fine ; 1 Bmviaberg, calm, fine ; Burdekin, calm, fine ; i CardweH, calm, fine ; Cashmere, calm, fine; ' Qermoat, N.E., fine; Georgetown, calm, fine; 1 : Gilbert Eirer, W., fine; Gladstone, calm, J i fine ; Keppd Bay, S.E. fresh, fine ; Kimharlty, I calm, fine; Hackay, calm, dandy; Uari- ?' borough, S., fine; Maryborough, calm, fine; Xonnantou, calm, 6ne; BavenBwood, tsalm, fine ; Springmrc, S-E-, fine ; St. Lawrence, X. strong, fine; Taubo, S.E., fine; Towns viJJe, calm, fine,- Wmterriew, calm, fine; 1 Woody fcOand, calm, fine; Kaainba, calm, hot.

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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

CURRENT TOPICS' Tbe Trustees of die Brisbane Grammar School are taking active steps to establish a branch school for girls. On Monday last, the proposal was submitted to and obtained die unanimous consent of a formally convened meeting of sub scribers to the original buSdug fund. The meeting was not large, only some twenty ladies and gentlemen being in attendance, but the project is said to be regarded wuja warm approval, not only by the subscribers, but also by the general public Mr. Justice Liiaey, who has always been an enthusiastic promoter of education, is understood to be (he originator of the present movement, which is being helped forward by men of influence, Sir James Cockle, C.J., who presided at the late meeting, amongst the number. There is no legal or other insurmountable impediment standing in the way, and it is stated dial, provided the Trustees can make arrange ments' to their own satisfaction for carrying on the school in an efficient manner, it will, be opened imme...

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The Medical Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

The Hedical Ism. The evidence taken at die magisterial inquiry held recently at Tiaro, near Maryborough, read in conjunction with (he letter of Mr. W. G. Bailev, M.L.A^ proves that die unregistered practitioner who attempts gratuitous surgery does it st greatrjersonalriskandinconvemence. Mr. Bailey has evidently long been conscious of this, and hence he attempt last session to pass an amended Medical Act for die colony. Judging by his evidence at die inquiry, the honorable gentle man has had consideiable experience as assistant-suigeon in bom British and American Hospitals, but he does not possess a diploma, and hence if he receives payment for dressing a wounded finger or pre scribing a dose of salts, he becomes liable to prosecution. He also runs die risk of indictment for roanfflavphtfT in die event of s. pari^wr dying under his hands, even if no payment be received, or if die services of a. legally qualified mwtiral man be not procurable. This, it must be confessed, fe an awkwar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

BCZACOTT &. ARMSTRONG (Late A. B. Armstrong and Co.), Impor ters of Ships' Rigging, CaMe Chains, and Anchors : Paints, Oils, Engineers' Stores, and -;-MeraI .Ship Chandlery, Market-street, Sydney.

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SALE AT THE LAND OFFICE, ROCKHAMPTON. ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1874. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

SALE AT THE LAND OFFICE, BOCE HAttPTON, Ok Wedszsoat, tbb 20th sit of Javfabx^ 1S74. TOWS I/ITS. County of Pakington, parish of Bolborca, town of Bolborra. Xn. of Xo. ! Xo. -t ,__ I Fries pet lot. Allot, iseaioaj ™*- | Am. ! A. E_ F. £ S. 1! I, 1 017 I SO S ! 2 1! 0 230 S 0 3 3 1 | t IS i t II 4 '? 4 I 1 I 0 2 3 ' S 0 5 ' 1 I 2 t 0 2 0 ! S 0 e . s ; s i 0 2 0 so 73.2! 020 SO S i * i 2 ! 0 2 0 8 0 9 I S 2 030 SO 10 ! 6 I 2 i 0 2 34 SO 11 i 7 I 2 j 0 2 36 SO 12.SJ21 032 SO » ! 9 2 036 80 1* 10 2 I 0 3 10 I S 0 15 1 1 3 j O136JSO 1G 2 3 1 0 5 0 18 0 17 3 S I 030 SO IS 4 3 | 0 2 0 SO 19 5 3! 030 80 20 G 3 020 80 21 7 3-j 020 S0i 23 8 3 O 2 0 I S O S3 33 0 I 20 SO! 24 1 4 ! 0 2 26 8 0 25 2 * ] 0 2 0 8 0 1 as J* 4 « 221 8 0 27 - 1, J 5 020 SO as. a%t- s o a o so 59 3 5 020 SO 394 5f. 020 60 31 5 Si 0 S 0 SO 32 S 5 020 SO 33 7 5 O2O SO ^ * 3« S 5; 02080 33 9 5 020SO 3E I« 5 020S0 37 I 6 020 80 38 2 6 02080 39 3 6 02080 40 i £ 02060 41 S 6 0 2 0 S 0 * 6 6 0 2 0 S 0 437 6 020 SO 44 S 6 020 S...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. MILLCHESTER. December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

2 ? f^7 1 TOE W££*'S TELEGRAMS. f MILLCHESTEE. December 34. The Christmas Bates, to take [lace here on Monday and Tuesday next, are expected to be very successful. Two days' races only are ad ?mrtised, bnt (ae meeting, it n anticipated, tuaiatadonc into tbetaW day. The crioan far the PnbUcsa's Pnreeof At ?»?*, wit* a sweep at 3 bom. each, ? miles, are: — Mistake, lOst ; Talkabout -bte ?Jorrodcs), Sat Tibs.; Tarn CShanter, Set The enhances for tie f!hri*»»™. Gift of 190 sora^ with a sweepof S sum*, 3 miles, ate : Mistake, 9st 7tte.; Talkabout, fiat.; Tarn O^hanter, lit. Whs.; Slyboots, Ssfc All ?owners have accepted for both handicaps. Ibe Bardririn was Booded by the late rains, and it etui remains up. TheBavens wool maQ service is vary irregular. The cnuhinjgn for Ok past seek have been j ^gi'nf i ally gpuiL ? A nan named WiHisms, when wrestling -while intoxicated, brake bin arm yesterday . Mom. Verteui, the gymnast, has arrived %ere, und had a good recaption. He yester day got a ma...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

bOSDOS WOOB SALES. Sale by Messrs. C Balme and Co., Sep tembers ; — Ex City of Benares: GF over Peak Downs, Seoimredat 25Jd.,39at24W.. 29 at StL, * at Sid., 25at£ld.,2 at 22M., 2 pieces at Sale by Messrs. Jacomb, Son, and Co., Sep Ex John DnOrie : L and B over Yamala, & fieece at 37dL, 13 at S6d., S at 25W., a at 23§d., 7 pieces at 33M-, 5 at 20id. SalebyMt aSchwartE, Septembers:— £c Cits' of Benares : TBS over Halvem Downs, 4 fleece at 32d., II at 31 Jd^ 16 at 30d, 20 at 27Jd., 1 at SSjA, 1 lambs at 29i, * at S7H^ M Biases at S'^d., 27 at 2Sd-, 13 at21Jd., 5 at 13d.; TBS overD, 3»gnaKat 9§d., Sat9d., aOatSid., 4 damaged at 9id., 8 pieces at Sd,, 1 at 7*1, 2 at 5}d. Sale by Sessrs. J.'T. Simes and Co, on September 10: Ex Eydaspes: Logan Downs, 19 fleece at 34d., 37 at Sid., IS at 23d., Uat22|d^ 10 at'id.; I lambs at 30 Jd.; 31 skins atlSJi; 9 pieces at Mod. Ex Earamatb .- J»M overMantuan Downs, 11 grease at 13d. ; SIX, over SurhitoBfrlS grease atlOJd., l«t^i ~? Ei Windsor Ca...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (From October 2 to October 30.) ARRIVAL AT LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

EKGUSH SHIPPIXG KTELUGENCE. (From October 2 to October 30. 1 &BSIVAL AT ZjQSBQX. October 34. —SaUdo, barqoe, 442 tons, Cap tain X Johnsfame, from Cape Moreton June 14. Passage, LSI days. D&FAKTCBES FVOH VOSBOS. October 17. — Alexandrina, barnoe (London line), 670 tone, Captain Shearer, for Bris bane, with immigrant!!. Left Deal October 19. Consigned to Messrs. J. and G. Harris. October SL— Abbey Holme, hinjoe (Devitt and Moore's line), 51iS tons, -^«j*.ir W. Bobinson, {or Brisbane. Passengers— Mr. S. Wells and II in the second cabin. Passed Deal October 22. Consigned to Mesas. Bright Brothers and Co. The Carlie, S43 tons, was loading at Liver pool for Brisbane and Bockbampton, on the 13th October. According to the Emroptau Mad the vessels ItiafKnp at London for Brisbane were ; — Hover of the Seas, 417; Clara, 939; Francisco Calderon, b.s., S21 ; Salado, 443; and SVine fred, 1339. At UverpooL for Brisbane : New Era, 739. For Bockbampton .- Sepia, SSS. AtGreenock, for ...

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Andrew Hume's Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Andrew Hume's Expedition. On the I2th instant ilr. Da Fatur received . tiie foDowmg copummicafaoii : — 'Bottoo Hirer, November 2S, IS74. 'Sir, — I here beg to give you a trn» * account «f onr party, which t wnld hay*j ; done before now \ras it not for my imberile ' state. Oa the 3rd Vocember we startel for -^ibaXG Creek, vrhidb «as the last from, any cirffisfeion. After taareffiag all day till 9^0 p.m. that night, no water. Xovumber 4, Started again at 4 o'clock and tnstfled toll 10 o'-4«ck a.m.; tifin returned to try and find CnJiam's Creek, as there was still no npjwar omx of water. November 6, at 1 o'clock, -started a^ain for Graham's Creek -another ?Car's agony — still no appearance of water. At dark, tJie night of die 6th, poor old Home ^ji«? 'Thompeon, yon go and try and find waiter, as ywi art the strongest ~, yw sec that 0'Hea and mjself are done up.' Off I started, and to make thmge worse, my mare knocked us that nirht— mother nights misery witiont trater. On tie 7tb Xoremb...

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Wool Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Wool Prospects. Is their monthly report of the Amrt^li... wool market, dated 21st December, 1671 Messrs. fanning, Griffiths, and Co. say :— 'The sudden change in the position of the wool market in Europe, as advised by tele gram, Has taken many by surprise, and it cer tainly seems remarkable thai after all the encouraging reports by letter, and the then general anlinipatinn of a sound teade, there should now be so great a stagnation in the demand for the cur material. It is somewhat exbaordi&axy tibatw^Se, -ttuumVh newspapers and other -inm«)« weleara5thebnflling of fresh woollen mills, and tiie opening of new markets of Australian wools, recipients of 'private telegrams' should profess a belief that ruin is impending over the whole of (he woollen manufacturing interest ; and, althoagb work may not have been very profitable of j late, ve cannot believe that the time of in creasing consumption is to be marked as a period of cheapening prices without some out side disturbing i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

npHBCAPSICOENIANis pnfatufwd X var SaiMjiy Uomtos mnapoded nxnlntrto _» uonag. aajabta to ?WanaE. U vMremti u- Ox, Mnd En^jom, the dms: K O. St.KLper louns. to txmr pouapu SobisifDos per .joaitei. «t «.; ne cbamt t at adnztiwAteate «ie ac (bbvira --Tw» Sxm, U. ; taa Kan. a. ; etttt &**. «? «» toeh, U. Adverti«maita intended for pstineatiiia ia Oe ««?*! -««*!* papw -a«!t »e not In not bte . ttttnnMatt&mmaaay. ?odduavtw ? Wr V. abnoc, EiMm. ' m ? !l...Jtr. O. PosnA,£ut«tKet „ ? jrr.D.T.ina,VilliaB-ana. a«aa»M— __ — jit. vjaionn. BOAalle ? ~.™ ...JjtnanuGeo. Suer and Co. ITtmwl. ? ? .Senn. Ca0«ny asAIn. BocarOmk ? ? fe^± ? ~- J T»r-i~n ? ? Jl'. g jaw ? ^* fe B.VOUTOKL... ? ?_ & Hmnwule ? ? .T.f. Wutaa,. -; tkvmTmL... J(r. CqneL M Oart«eu._.73n 7 ^ Ooakton ? , ? ;._ Mawnllu ? ' ^aff«w!S°°nM't- Mte^Cto'a^Ctaiu »«™™'-ft«« by C. H. Btocch. M« ?»?.. pMtoc ?* law Stcuxnir Mean acimlBK ^askts K3ii««W.Jainiarjz,l«7fc '^ ™'

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The Capture of Hana Sahib. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

The Capture of Nam Sahib. {From the Times of India ) Sosce time daring the evening of Wednesday October ?U a letter was brought to Maharajah Schuliah, written by a moonshi in the service of tbe 2Taaa of Bitboor. This letter stated that the Xanx wrote to Scdndiah ae one brother to another ; that, baring vaodered many years in the jungles, he now returned to Bindoostni o die ; that be -threw himself on Scindiab's protection (literally, 'laid hie head in Scindiah's UxT), and would do whatsoever he wasttddenT On receiving this letter, the Maharajah at j once ordered oat 209 of Bis troopa, and pro- i ceeded with them to the outskirts of tie f-jyahL-ar where die Nsns was living. Scifl diah eeized the Kana. with his own. hand, awl took him to his palace. » pxieoner. It appeals that the two men had been brought up together as boys, though the Sana, is pome ten or eleven rears older than the Maharajah. Scindiah recognised bis fanner companion 1 instantiy, and was still further assured of his...

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SULLIVAN'S ACCOUNT OF HIS TRAVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

SULLIVAN'S AOOOrXT OF HIS THAVE.-S, On the prisoner's arrival at SmidJiurst the reporter of the BentlijQ Advertises was per mitted to Keu him, and the account of the interview is given as fitUows : — Sullivan was as full of talk as omiIi! be wished. In fact he boiled over with talk. Being a j prisoner* he desired to be a distmgoisbfid Dri* ' noer. He bad been a distingnisued prisoner ' before, poor wretch, and bad paid tee penally j of the honour. New Zealand had cast him off from her shares, and he had gone to Bnrianri j From there, for what? To be branded before : he crossed the line as a mnrderer. 'It was \ very simple,' said be, 'the way they found i me out. I was a passenger of the ship (the | name he wonld not giro) so-and4o to I^mdon, and jnst as ire mere crossing tiie line a woman identified me. Somehow or the other, women | have always been at tiie bottom of my mis- j haps. It was a woman who drew me to New Zealand, and it was a woman I came back for. ' I tell yon Hie trott...

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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Official Notifications. The following BotaScatioos appear in Satur day week's OmserKmemt Aatt Affodttmexts.— Bernard C. M'Grosty, to be Mining Begiafaar, G&Mgelowxt ; CTiUjam John Stockaale, to be ripstyff to His Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche ; John William Knight, clerk in Customs, Brisbane, to be ascond offi cer ot Customs, Cooktown, rice H^tanns, Boasp or Education.— The Hon. John Mullen, M.LC, and Mr. Alfred J. Hackings, are re-appointed membera of the Boanl of General IMwifrp Cestbu. Boabd or HEiira.— The under mentioned gentlemen areappuiated members of «te Central Boaid of Health :— The Hon. B. O. Samoa, M.L.C.; tbe Hon. W. Hobhs, U.L.C.; K. L O'Doterfy, M.D.; Kearaey Camiaii, M.B.C.&; Hngh BeB, M.D. ; Tnomas FSsnev, and John Petrie. Mtkebs' Bights, fcc— During Norember there were issued — seventeen mnxera* rights, at Cooktow& ; imr mtinen1 rights at Tenin getmg ; six miners' rights and one business license at Peak Downs ; eleven minera' tigbte at Bockham...

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Sullivan, the Maungatapu Murderer. HIS CAPTURE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Sulliran, the Uaungatapu Murderer. HIS CAPTURE DT VICTORIA. The Wedderburn correspondent of the Imgh wood A&xrtUer of lltii December, (fives the following account of the capture of Sullivan, tile natations New Zealand mnnlerer : — - ** Sullivan found his way op to this town ship on Tnesday evening, about nine or ten o'clock. The following 2ay, about noon, foy one of those mysterious circumstances known only to die initiated, Senior-congtaUe Colvin, win Mounted-constable lfiH«*nl pounced on tile qnarry, in ttc house of his some time wife, and, although a. little excited at lirat, the police officers, aVtang with jndgipyrt and ^flmffltfaaQftS Mlltr -*71r$l|l|Aly aT«r«lllfaalll.» lwM»II«a-. ^ him to a calmer mood, and conveyed tfreir price through High-street to the lock-up, walking on either side. His -m»fce-ap' was admirable, a'^ his light ami buoyant gait Eed that Jiis health bad not suffered by hia mcarcetalaoa. He did not appear to r much .mmiliation by bis parade through ...

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