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The Terrara Poisoning Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
The Term* Poisoning Cau. X coKEBSfmBEKT inCmns m that, so far, tte fonowing bete ham been elicited in ttm ease : —James Miujhy, an old resident -* about » Sears in tbTdtSEtiet, BBd*CKBenterty tnde, troarfit fromM'Atttinr andCo. lOscsim of -dryehnine, for whieh he nsid 6i, rtrfmg -&iat be wanted to 131 «is witfi the pobon. -On his way home he got drank, and remained aB. ni^it at the HTnaJh* Hold, making an ?early «tart onBznday nxraing, -witioneround Idscfc bottle o£ m'iyuMt na, and asqosre bottle ofgin. He enxajsd tte nrar »t lie TTnndn ferry, sod an his way to his tome in lie B»ck Forest called at Mr*. Bonn . boose, a neighbour ea the loadnde, » iridow who Tents a small fam in that locality, living -with *n only son. The nun bottle was pro -anoei snd *her parbook of ita oontenb. Murphy preferring to drink gin. Mnrflhy ?remauied JnBalin'a hawe foreome time, and Mra. Bolin, mth s new to get him away, ' -went for lisa. Murphy, ntto returned with 3ier, and about Ao'dat* in «k a...
The Stock Sales at the Sydney Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
The Stock Sales at the Sydney Exhibition. Of the pure-bred stock disposed of at the Sydney Exhibition, we are glad to lean Out some nave already found tteir my to our district, per u Baldutha. Among these ate the following, purchased by liana. Archer and Co., Gracemere : — hobses. Champion, black entire, 2 ym. 3 ms, bred and exhanted by Mr. J. Aarons, ofEeuriS. By Yoagg Snakamen, from amarebytrae pfityw1- SOttttioeiaB, Victob, bnghtbayentira, lytSou-lSdys.. bred by Mr. A. Pearson, Bjchmond. *By Conqueror, from Viotoria by Seatii'j Jhoav Prinoe from I*cy by Chaseling'. «U blaX home. SOgumeaa. . '»~ Emttooe (Devon), red, 1 yr. 3 m, bred andexhajited by W. Iamb. Oreratweg - s. ^eror^W^^b^T^toct; sso^^^^^^n-nsn 3.V 458 by Tatai, |K(uUUW. tamtam*. '? '? ?t__ ??'' '- ? ??? k^mj^iraw ty o««ry a? Zealous (IBB). 'UNb. Hnstttbm T^trahja& entire horses also arrived W 41k b-m-m^, for Iti— i p— »-n— aA The* l£$mfr,'&L reparfmg toe Exhi bition sales,- s^:-Ye»Way morning *2rt w» ma...
STATION. GARDEN, & FIELD. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
1 STATION. GARDEN, & FIELD. I ODClffllW TBEBL Is a dimate like On ft is of «K fin* iiMiimUiMM (Wmww -AodiA be tk^n to temt-A^*k mod «MtiT for otOe, ani a thin on be **K»t trifling cost byplurfiiE and: -aa»*iuy fasdiug for a tern ycau tack tm as confine mid iu wdT m onameaiil' ,o& date om&tia, mil* remit it ?ssmffly doerra«-if« «ri iMMbontn 111— 1111 is fhe sanpliar ttee, knows in boUof « tte .??.?«.??? cmfi»n, aad iMkqgng to aew gam w Omt iarm vbKjtonnaBan is abbdned. Th» tne -ac- «d- ^nuribly in QtoohW, »d rtUins itxha&t et tWEMy-firetetw wnv^tab lahiBgitMjf in ifa growth .ofimly in tbewfl that It would rtulnat nblence at wind without mtoot'*. Tbe tne U an ev^grrd, aaiada thSdy foamn; write a date and inverriaai AtAt, jdmmiij anting ako tfae parpoBB at After an accoimt of ite noMbt dwarf hafaa. Battbntotx ?n be iwimniriiiW ?- pwaaring mdtt Tirtecs wiUi the eaealmrtaa, hariw tin «troDg J^-t^fa-t qna&tisi » w«8 fauwn a- b*»smg to caaphar itodt ...
THE HOMEWARD MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
1 THE HOMEWARD MAIl~\ it is orach to be regretted that the adnnsabic anangeinenls of the Tones SbSlt *ftq' SCI VICCf to wliBCn WC OSCVC iuOieto been proud to refer, are to be sarcreded by a time-table which win im pair' the utility of the service. Owing, we presume, to the changes in the mon soon -he out-going taxi steamers w91 now be despatched just before the incoming boats strove. Thus the Queensland people *rill inn to make use of sone other toote to reply, or await Ae *frq**''1' of their own mail boat. nearly a month afterwards. Seeing Mail Company are subsidised by does appear strange that the interests of -the people of this colony should have been so entirely overlooked in -umngirig -die time table. There is reason to believe, however, that a mutual arrangt JB£Dt nught easily be come to between -tlie Govemmml and the Company, by nftiich, the outgoing boat being ^letainod riw*- ctays a£ Snsixixie, t&e opportunity of reply would be afforded. Everyone of the Company's b...
imported Enter Horace. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
flApDrCfitf 'CmffQ npf98S» BoduuBuCS^feoh Down StaBoD, by the u. n.n-i~ fromSvnW. ' rtmaybe-ttated' tint lion. Kliu, 'wIHlse pedigree n pw' heW, WptienasdnirW leaf m in dm £525, 'aul white W*Eng 'tte strata yesterday afternoon in'bmd^ «HmM The rttobor^ RABby.i! a two-year-oM, Aiifi,. IT'lumfil met, of eood*one an* «SlC«i:fei-t'by tteinporta* horse So- irJter Sc^tt, from a Ion* line of mare* the progeny of Imported stock. ? HeabBpar cbas5^tteOrionTJ6vn»'Sla6onr— - ; Iign Kmg. brad bv Jit Finder. North' TerrmgtanTXorMk, ««1^ 18ffi). ***** '' handsel inch Kgb, is a KantiM ' Hack, i perfectly sound aria1 active. Iitm King was got by tte celebrated bone, Sufm, 'the property of Mr. f oBfy. Cong Sbtton. I*a g-,3ui-a- Dngnona, an ntTMrlimril? good mare, -which toot tie second prize at the' Long Strtton AgricoBmil S»«- in IS®. Lmb Ejg-MgaxjMr «he fin* prize at tie ?OoBg S&ttOC J&EnCwtlaXstt So0IF ID IBOsfc, U bring tin best -foal -lie also took the first prize for being de-be...
NOTES ON THE WEEK, [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
S3 ? S I NOTES ON, THE WEEK, j Tm Batarnnxg-ofneea for Hading Donna and Logan electorates appear determined not to 'go stataUgulb Tne noonsr. fMHjitLE tiie Attorney-Geaenir* advice, feu failed to return the writ within tae tone uperinW, fin. rnmrring a penalty at tSBO. But a grateful Uinntnr are acarcehr haxlv to nenmt tfeeir friendtosuffer, eapocjauy after he haa inti anded, thronjeh the Wmidk Ar^. VaM as hs bopi, Mr. W?GrihamV clacaon be npeet TUb is abort one of the coolest attempts on record to ?''r--*5' an erring constituency, and we tnat Mr. Affleck wifi raaemhnrearard. In the Logm riwtamtr . too, the succeajful candidate appean not to hsiBbam&itlnUto the 'power, that be,' and hence two attenmta bare been made to bangle the election. Ha first wan not to AxiarettepoUaScadb/, baeanae one of the pleading officer, had lout a docaBmt;the aeooadtontanitbe writ oumn the indorse ment. Toil, it is believed, win maet the skebon, and enable Itaan. Bhek and TjiiMriwrg to fight 4ei...
MELBOURNE. April 23 I [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875
MELB0UB5E. April 23. OTerraH, the land O&ke defaulter, has been sentenced to' nme years' hard labour for two otmnees. The judge refused to proceed with the remaining charges during the present Aprils;. The Polynesia Mercantile Company have aupoaned a Committee o prepare a memorial to Sir Arthur Gordon, rdat veto their claims under their charter with ex-King Thakomhau. It is anticipated that Oe Bteccathra, barque, recently eteanded at King's Idand, watWnoated, as her hull as Iitde damaged. April 28. Oanoll, late member for Ararat, Las bees committed for trial for forgery. Bail allowed in two sureties of *1SOO each. April 29. A railway ??— '*»'* has occurred near Seymour. The manager and wrimr**** of die Bank of New South Wales at Beeehworth have been diMuiojed. Hennessey's bulk brandy isauoted at 6s.3$u. per calksk UeasrZ Powers, Butherford, and Ccu, yesterday yarded lOOOhead of cattle, which aoM at an advance of £1 on last week's rates. Abo 13,000 sheep, which add at an adva...
SYDNEY. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875
srasK. April 24. The Government have appointed a Com rmsfa^ tSr James Martin, C.J. ; Vice Presidents : Hans.' John Hay, G, Wigram Allen, and E. D^as ft— « The Chuteh of BngUnd Synod has passed a resolution in favour of the nwrntemnce of the ? ? ? II I wiriJlll tS *An~Aim April 36. AtaPolice Court case heard in Gorfbum on Saturday, wtth reference to the aiegd de tention of a dock, ft transpired that the dock in ouestion was origmal^ liie ?impertv of JohuBunyan, author of 'Pagrim'e Progress,' and had been kept possession of by Tm d~r-^'-«», of whom the defendant wasose. -The decision of the Bench was-in favour of tie defendant. April 28. The lihdease, Mutton r. Bae, proprietor of verdict for tin-plaintiff; damages £280. The leranUmg o! file Trmce of Wales Theatre has commenced. _ ? the catfleou the Sfaeppertoa Station, and numbeDi ate lying dead on the hanks of SrokenBiver. in the tegidative Asssmhl; ^Stermgut, the galleries were cleared twice during a speech by Mr. Buchanan. The Sew ...
PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, 9.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875
PARLIAMENTARY. Brisbant, 9-30p.m. tn tie LegEdative Assembly, alter formal businese bad been disposed of, Mr. Dkison moved tor a select conmuttee to comioer of an address to His ExceUency in reply to the Soecch. The motion was dmV seconded and passed, and the Committee subsequently Draught np their report. Us adoption was moved and seconded, «P°n which a debate followed, which is sBll proceeding. The address win probably be adopted without division, tfapOpposition being weak Mr. Uihnmtth censured the Premier for meeting Hie House without explaining about the Ministerial changes during the recess. Be stated that he retired from Ik Ministry owing to a statement being made in the Courier, tbatCoHiOT'eofferwasnot satisfactory, without his knowledge, and the Premier remang to give anesjdanation. Macslister denied the ani£or ship of the paragraph, and stated that it was not usual to make explanations until the Ad dress in Reply had been disposed of. The Attorney-General defended the Gover...
POETRY AND TRIFLES. AS THE HEART HEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875
POETRY AND TRIFLES. I AS THE H£AST HEAfiS. I know tbat laoer ean bear K, osier oa eartk axy I kaow ae anac of mj me witli that afkaeea vejea Is -fa'. Tet ltd voa, that never aceaa tae ajfk. taa wOa wot wlaa osaauaa. aasjaltarilart eta, crae. aad deal; tbe ttrffl of bis earnest toae. rrn — ? ? mm sin laasumisin ? oraaae, Totkesteptbst meant joy us: dak**, in tae oajs oradllsucarae; Tat I tan yoa the loss warn never Break m tae koDon of tae cove. BBttaeynuane inadr rJse and ntnitetreaa tuaed to lore. I mow taemdoaT Oal yon nag, wall tts aeaeda asaaaned worss. Fi iimliim Inn iiw iiiiiiiw *- i iLi.~THarf '**?— — *-?- ekaras; T«lt«lljoo, as you breathe tt.mrto Ine wakes aiain, I fcuwfeufis 1 1 nl ? tuniirai, I weep to 4a IbortaclaekttasttSnkka, bsjdc the taq^aie-oott there. Is nottdoc bat water r^aaac wbnx tac waiows summer bar; Teuton Jim, forme tt mranm, tbe mry worts be saU. vmco -n,ssdaeyest; and km were fisss, ia tbe gdoea aay mat is dead. Ay, joaUi is ssoed, and esjr. aad told ; at...
THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTESTS— MAY 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875
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BRISBANE. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875
BMSBASE. April33. To-day was observed as a holiday by the Government offices and banks only. The cricket match between aGvinpie eleven and* Brisfaane tan took phoc in the Botanie Ganleos to-day. The sJiiiianiisi reoapti go to the Hospital, but the attendance wnsnuIL owinc to -fae ahowerv weather. ? ^ April94. The A. S. N. Company amwunce that a ftroagh steamer wBl M emj Iwente-eigat dayafiom MdhooOB to Brisbaae -and Mary borough, via Sydney, leaving Mdbonmeon the arrival of «he 8nec Enrapean mau. The cricket sates between the Albert dab enda.--ympie toam has been coiag on to-day. The Albctta in Oeir (int inmags seared 19, and the Gympie men 55; AlbertB, second innings, 49 j Gympte, three oai far 11 mna. Apol96. The cricket match between the Albert aod Gympie denans as a drawn game. The Gympie team in Hair second inmnge scored 2£ rufasat ^roh wx wKiKsHrU to wmjis. A deputation has waited on the aGnkier for Works, with reference to the pro posed extension of die railway to San&...