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SPRINGSURE. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

SPBECTGSUBE. T AnrilM. There is a great Bood in the Upper Kagoa. | The water is np at the wall-piateof Stonee Hbtal There are nine drays under water at Nan Dopldn, one br the Messrs. Aldter, tar W Mean*. Allan and Mamv ana«ae&r«W Jlam. ' WiB-afcait. ; InteKanee.has reached here that £?-?., to^wS^xWdnm, *as bsenmatesr teSwaaja, *Mbmtfeoa,on«bel^kBntiel Bivcr. Two days' rations wen then earned them by ifaasVs; ?vVnfcms and SoomfieU. The MacfcLne water is four bet beuw the haeht attained in l^St, but the Comet i. higaerflanJn'USt.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TIPPERARY COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

T1PPE&AKY COGXTY. No new fight is cast upon die gate of aftaas 3* Tippecaiy, but it k probable dot some odier candidate dm John Hipdhd wffl come forward. On the Nationalist side none is likely to offer, as there is a natural disinclination to ran counter to die wishes of the extreme parry and incur popular odium. There is a considerable number of Conserva tive dectois having property and in fluence in die county, and -n more than one occasion they have made desperate efforts to obtain a seat. WiB dieynow forego die opportunity which is jpre sentedtotbem? If Mkcbd'e election be unopposed, the same ordeal will have to be gone dirbogh again by the Douse of Commons, and the public time wnl tre-waned ty wpcatfri ditrnsanns, whilr- , die country wiD be kept m a state of agitation which may at any time assume a. mischievous form. It is not to Be'- ?supposea~ Ihffl ' Mitchel represents die unanimous feeling of the county because no Home pretensions; but the vote w3 appear in die eye...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GEORGETOWN. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

GEOEGETOWX. April 24. 'Tra blacks are acain spearing horses dose to the township, trilling them in, sight of people riding through the bush. We have no nafave troopers eUSoned here, and badly irant. fia 1 The last fortnight's crusnings have been as fellows:— 96 tons stone from O'Donoqhne'e daim, yielded 112 me. gold ; 140 tons. Hive lock, 624 om; ISO tons, Stonewall Jackson, SOots.: 100 toss, Kn Despenadnm, 96 ora. Some apeennens faun Bocty Jiddea 46 «s.

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CLERMONT. April 26. I [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

CLEEMOKE. April Si The Bdyando nas been np since bunoay last, and the oountry is under water far mfles. The Comet Birer is Baid to be five mites wide atthecroaring. A man has been speared by the blacks be ?tween Groevenor Downs and Logan Downs. -Be is now cecovering. Af»a 27. SflSp-ra. The ComwrsEiviH- is reported two to eight feet higher Uian before. Twenty to fcrty teams are submerged fliere, and immense losses M draught stock hive been suffered. The flood in ti» BdyandoB not fallen yet, and there are great floods westward. April 29, lO»a.m. The StlAwnnoe mailman armed here on Wedneaoay The ramonts -»f «-g the flood in Connor's Hirer were somewhat ^aggeiuttA The actual height attamod is eighteen inches above ttie mark rf laj* flood. . 130 bollock. h»v« been dfowned, and f-evcral Kada of wool from Retro and other ctations fdamaged. There is no up-loading submerged. * The M'*»— i» Eiver was a mfle wile on Saiauday- it iafcimnnig strong at Oootoorah. j Mean. De Satee and. titaham liv...

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COMMERCIAL CAPRICORNIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

COMMERCIAL t CusiooBKiur Oixux, Friday Evening. Bcatsras during the week has been very quiet, in ponsoiaence of the effectual stop pnt; to tramp oy the Hood. The major part of the conntay in every directian has been completely impassable for teams all the week,' and tmt3 the flood abates aad dry weather seta m cannot Tk had. Merchants are, W course, aware of this, and many of tiem are busily employed in the preparation' of extensive orders for the interior. Forty-one bales of wool have been leuamfl since Saturday last, and rates of carriage have not altered since last week. There are plenty of carrier* in towa who are only awaiting a. lair state of the loads to get away. De following uuaulitj of wool has been received is town during die week: — By Jlesas. IT. fieid and Co.: 41 bales, W. over B. Jobs MicFiMJXE reports :— Station. ? ' Tnere are a fur 'p''*'*1 of inquiries for Etataws, but a constdenhle difierence betwixt boyera* and sellers' valnarinna, and I do not' anticipate many s...

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MACKAY. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

MACKAY. Awaaa Mr. Fitzgerald, M.L.A., has stated Us iate&tics to reeiga immediately. Mr. Amhuxst is spoken of as a probable candidate. A Government land sale was held here to-day. Thirty-sir town lots raalisedflUM.

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Official Notification. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

'?'? Ofrtalteifiatiw. X» Wloriu ?nir.ililM MinMl. i« 4fae ttowmMt «u»tt^- g«a«nl.y «r-ek-— - tay.in«bewooio£J(P. B. Bwmt, W.G. E_CaaKk,«.d J.M. Uyw.«»a«i \TO rfderawoft^nmnidpaUtyotMaAmy. JTEwiticurXiTES.— Edward EC Oamu, Marybowo^i ; G. JL Fife, Bridiue: HaJcolm Mn&ggaH, (VxlKtt, Sew Sontfc Walra, and Robert TanavIjmric^tobeMWtratevrf tile te^nfnty. '. ' '. -' .' -» ' Thfiifxa. —TeoflOT are ajled tor ftu erac tioa^acunagMbeaattlnBnaVueBailny Xomma; St npain U «Jk IKamantiti* Otpkauge ; W tte cnetibn pt ptetgafSL auk pA offices, Xba ; tor tie «n£f& '^ «-e {hundred gnat coats tor the w of taa&ktya ?nawwaen. . ' ' Tows 'fowx Btocuiudxs.— Tie pro riaoasoftbe FoEce Aii have banieitaaed jtothefo^rnofCtrdwdL ^^ ' ' ' Tbe ,v. it JBere&r* AdelaUs mrapon dest mitn :—'ilr. Iu*kK Stow hap taken ha? asrt opau the Judicial R«neh aadiitbe gimratiihtww ^the wrbejcbodf nf Ae gn funan. tteftaJ, aad tJia-pnUic ? . He huao -arsaataiaailthe,&wmal-k impraaiw which...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT BRITRATE T[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

I: mw£BrsmBBm^j BUS81S& TsaalaK.'/ ifcuumuuir was apeatd at ansa t-Miar ; br tfae«o«sra»r. : , ? .,._.„- Hit Excellency, addnaaiae both ft|M aoUka-tadiaaehpleanre in meeting fer ment aasanUoi for the fiat Jime «fav4*« fxatafate faon. soanbers «n the coat***** The first ajsnrtinu otimportaac. tp.wfcjch ttah-jdtentasnwwU b» invited was (SftoT openingupandsetdemeBtnDon Oie,]«aj%-f miadastnans population. Since last uaisiwu J» «sponriMf -d™-ts bad been cx«snd ia moaranqg by process *f law tprjjjf ^ haTbSn betf in ^Son of *Jrgt press provtBuns of tho laws relating Tb) jO«e broimfat before At Sopreme 'x£#l tha.jpaessjaecorand lad pot pt . jowSiife toajmeals to ttw Jndicial OmmWfe & the PrivTtWa, heeTmade avanahfc tt':-te jmhlic iteanwhile the demand tor iMde aneatjiad largely increased, and could aftal preseBtbeaiTOUed. To meet tius'demsWS 'Et was essential that resumptions of land' io* imder lease in Ob: eettied districte rhifcia te jnaac, , wninim[*&& ^vw...

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INDIA AND THE WAR OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

INOIA AKD THE WAR OFFICE ln a second article headed 'Scan- dalously Unjust ' die OriaUal renews its vigorous onslaught on die manoeuvres by which the War Office succeeds in making India oav about twice as touch as she ought for the privilege of obtaining sol diers from this country. The evidence on which the writer founds his attack is furnished by the official documents which from time to time have been printed by older of die House of Commons, and die quotations from these documents amply support the charge which succes sive Secretaries for India have brought .against die War Office- The writer in die Oriental does full justice to the 1 sturdy spirit in which the Duke of Argyie protested tune after time against the heavy price which India had to pay for recruits obtained from home under all manner of false pretences. Nor is he a whit too severe on the War Office ?tot its amazing effrontery m defence of a flySEcni, wmen, n appoea w prime arc, would provoke a stronger epithet than '...

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Additional Malt items [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

' Addition*! Malt ttam - jlhom tag Bdme Bom, ,M— i &.» V In France politics remain in much the sameoonHtioq as they did;a pat mJ Ko««» Cabinet has yet beenX^H ?r-ahboogh -the Republic has been de r *- fajffilyjy TiifTJjiicd, sod ttr ts'tfcafly^fpobt*'! fal Whether any change wilt lie made. If a new 'Premier be chosen, M. Buffet, tbe Rrendent of the Assembly, is mage, likdy 'than any. other of die many tsf pnanc to' places of honour to -be ac cepted ; but even this appfeintmeM: isj scarcely provable. France, for its part, is meantime profoundly indifferent to the proceedings at Versailles. The te dedipn of a Parliamentary Speaker, Wee-Presidents, and Secretaries, the' alterations of certain minor clauses of ttjejAnny BUL, apd die recriminations of Bonapaitists and Republicans, interest them tat little. All they long tor is fine weather, revived trat^zndiluscrtutemaU* variotrs ; and politics may then go to j the winds. ? ., '?Farther fighting in Spain is duly te ported, but no...

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Calliope. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

Calliope. [mm a oobsseostdesz.] Tut, new Calliope G.M. Company cleaned op on the 30th, after a crushing of SO ton from the 137 feet level (eastern drive). The amal gam yielded ISO an. of retorted gold. The cake, with nearly 6 on. more from odds and ends, was deposied in the Gladstone Bank on the foLowmg day. The reel whence the 190 on. wereobtsmedsveragei5feetin thick ness, with Che gold evenly distributed, and there is » atone of 25 tat overhead, «o mo* the wina from the 82 feet level, still to break down, which wDl average the same *u~— Then is a better show -t gold underfoot at 137 feet than Jim Iven seen anywhere absw. The machmery as stopped to-day, taaDow^aT coaseetingthe seeand boiler nth (he wall rnginr. Thn will be accomplished to-day, thus preventing the necessity of fre quent stoppages to dean boners, as as both engines can be worked from one boiler. Since Captain Ford took charge of this mine last May twelvemonths, 660 tons have beea crushed for a yield of 1514 OT. retor...

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Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

Uackay. fraOV OCX OWX COKBESFOSSEST.i Sotce I last wrote n have been favoured with i ray severe flood. considerably higher than what we had two months ago. It began rainiiigheavuy on Thursday last, and has con tinned raining with rery Ettle intermiasiau up to the present time. There was a fresh in the river on Saturday moraing, bot no apprehen sion was feU iintu that ugh!; when the water, ba2ei up by the flood tide, began rising rapidly, and on Sunday moening all the lower put of the town was more or less under water. Mr. G. Smith found it necessary to move 'p*—'* sugar he hail in his stone on to a temporary platform, and it was well he didso, as the water rose a foot over the floor on Sunday morning. Messrs. Skane and Co. had a very narrow escape bom a saious loss, their largest store quite filled ?with sugar (which there was no possibility of saving), ins only six inches above the flood water, when at its height On Sunday night the water subsided, mil although it has been raining ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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New Railway Project— Gladstone to Gracemere. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

New Railway Project — Gladstone & Gracemere. A 00BABSP0KDE5T at fJiaArtrnw has con tributed the following to the Manboronh Ctmicb:— ** I meotionedrbefore that, in common with othertowns here needing a zmilway, Gladstone was agitating— not, however, for a plaything, but a renroanctive work. I mentioned that parties had been, or were, -'—'''g the country between Gladstone and Bodrhampton, through which the line would pass. Their explorations are dow completed, ana I am favoured with a portion of die report. For the first twelve mOes the line would run through fair grazing country; then the Calliope would be crossed, where there is plenty of timber for a bridge of that material. For the next ten miles the counby is of a limestone formation, Bnitjhlp for both grazing and agriculture. It would then pus through a tract of scrub, tie soil of which is not to be surpassed in the colony, and well watered. At present it is the haunt of the kangaroo and bandicoot. This description of ji...

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The New Rush near Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

The Mew Bush near Gladstone. Wjunsofrom 'Caifle Creek, TaUe Lana,' on 16th April, our Calliope correspondent ^Left CalliapB on the 10th instant for tie new H Dorado (3 When I left, the Company were getting some spjendid prospects. T1m» Connemarca cmsunir -ridded 24 dwte. ner ton ; the reef is nflw registered, but 24 dwts. wiUnotpayonJheCjJUope. AH the reefs are now shut tip ; uoro in trade but the ConipMiy and a letder latdy Conml an. Tinier Gully l^y Dr. DstwsiHi, wfaich proezieeta from 1 to 5 dwts. per dish. Left Calliope 2 jxm. on the lOtt ; camped at the Hine-mSe, aod oat-station of Befls, with qoite a ri^nTf^^Mp **irn-iwit ? 10 men ?»-! IT hotses — provisioned for three weeks, for there is '****i'g to be got in the my of f-#od oa the Table land. On the Hth, reached Dandaa or Bamundoo Greek; cunped there, and canghtsome fine fob. OntielSti. np Baraundoo Greek to the Table land, croesnig the creek twenty-sereu tunes, reach ins fjtttsj-c Cisek 3 p ttt TTip course Eram Calliope W^....

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

I NOTES ON THE WEEK, f The event of the week of chief political in terest n the opening of Parliament, which took place at noon on Ttasday. The Speech famishes abundant material for legislation, and the session promises to be important, if not {KBitiTely sensational. Js our advices to date not a word is mentioned regarding c sew loan {or tile completion of works in progress and for the promised new lines of isihray. Bat it i, premature to »ay thai BoUmn i. con templated, for already sereral important ones tions, which were omitted from the Speech, have been introduced by Ministerial noSssof motion. Won regard to th* Land, a bin to authorise the issue of Crown Grants to Selectors in Agricultural Beserrea,wtttfailed to complywiOi the conditions of improvement daring the first year «t tiieirleaae is promised ; resolutions for wmprion of bad held suader pastoral lease in the Sautham Datricti, and also in Wide Bay ud Bnnwtt, Port Curtis, and Kennedy, hawe ?!?» been tabled by Mr. Stephens...

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NEW BOOKS IN FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

s» ? . ? ^ 1 NEW BOOKS IN FEBRUARY. I Betou-eitioss and Snggtstiana, 16I3-1S7J : By Joha, Eui BasseQ : Ife (Longmans.) We have here a continuous narrative tit Lord Itnsdl's public cueer, a career ex tending over sixty years of political £fe. written in the simple and anarlected style virit^i m fed tn be in cntnnlt^e Itanainv with the tbaxacter -d cue erf the most up. ngbt *ad coosistent st^esmen. Englatid c^u boast. Eail dtssdl ^vee us bis ovu caaameats on tbe put ereata in wiucta h& baa tome w- uopoctaat a ^rt, aad bia rieys od su^y qnestions of t*Ktr&m*- interest at the present moment, the vliaLe iaterspeis&i urith chatacteristic home thrnstm at tine or tii*t (trevainng ertxsr. The earlier pages of tiiis v& tTrtw -rgrap1^y contaUD sn etpoeitiirti of tiiat onsatisEACwOiy *4gtrf* -o£ *\i? Eiuliaaiefitari TvprzseB&tac/aei £b& people vrinch a&tariy as V780, hawd excited, wwji xKninlavr discooteiit. At the time that Eui En»seil nu...

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. [PER R.M.S. SOMERSET.] TOWNSNIZ, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

ESGUSB ASS FOBEIGS XZWS. JFee EJLS. SomobecJ Towksvole, April 37. EuglishpolitiealngwBbythefBailbasbeen Dr. Kenealy's maiden speech is tin; House of OommonB romintfd mainry of a pprarmal Tne Governor of Buanau Khiva, invaded urftpendent territory to enforce the xiaymeut an inaV iiMtily. - - ? Bigorous mtasuius have been relaxed in Irdand, and Rmamtw has entirdy £b appeand. AtBuennsAyrestheArrineniseonal Ealace has been Backed, and the Jeanta' houaes The territory of Colorado baa beenadnritted into the American Union. Sew Mexico has b«n rejected. Mr. Gladstone has been ofiered the inai deneyof Amany Cnivenity, but decmsas the Knpy stis«janii jjrtsnw wgresatly en tiie inciesnae. Mr. Bright fusrantmsfd flame Bale as emineaUy childish, preposterous, and impos suiie. French politics are quiet. In Germany, the CathaUc BbAops1 official correspondence with the Vatican Jos been placed ander the surveillance of the Goveni ment. Mr. Layard, as Britas Consul, in present ing hfe credential, to t...

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INDIAN TROUBLES. BOMBAY, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

' INDIAN- TBOCBLES. BoKBiy. April St . The-Guicowar of Bandawas formauy de poned yesterdayby the decauon of a 'Bajna1 managemeat of &e Gakosmr aruiiuce, and msnotreplvingto the apedsl auuiryxf the Commission appointnd to invoOiftate Hut attempt to poison CnUud Chayie. The tisIbtp ailimiiiiilirtTr ** &*&*$**. **********

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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

Wst Mwpxicoxui&u.. SATUBDAT, MAT 1, 1S7S. Wonderful toy is a Chinese pozdt, where sphere lies in sphere, and, like *li^ apple -3uinpliDgs *h*»t- AnwA |]ig eyes of KjngGbobgethe Thiko of happy memory, e»ei-isfs die ingenuity to say bow the exqmsttely carved balls first got into each other, and then how thev are to be got out It is -probable (hat not one person in ten would be able to take the 2rtzc3es to pieces, or expLuo bow they were originally put together ; but it is quite certain Oat all persons who the fhijyai- that constructed ave not wanting in skill, and die head that planned is quite worthy to direct, such Now, it is men whose characteristic endowments are not 0130% symbolised J by die toy they bane produced that a j certain class of out j-itwmc wish to exclude. The OiinamBn bas a talent for small ingenuities. Hecantnm little things to pleasure and profit. He can plod on for years in the anticipation 1 of results that die more cosmopolitan i genius of the Saxon, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

mBE BOCKHAHPTOK BtTLLETtK, X pobliahedereiyiaoraing at nre oVijck, is Ok oldest and most widery-eircnlated news paper in Central and Northern Qneendand. fnaaaitian to trustworthy local news. Us nadeo « flie Bntxirs are provided with the latest teu^raphic and otter intell^encefromall part, cf tte wodd- Metropolitan and nSdal news is catered for by a special cinia»pui»1rtit stationed at Brisbane, and arrangements' an in progress for eeeBnng comspondente IB every important tovm in tbe colony. As an advertising medium, tiieBrixExlK is generally aJ'^ttH to beseoond to 110 journal in tbe colony. Snbseription, in advance, 15s. per quartet^ or £2 10s. per annnm. TO OOBEESPOSDESTS. «S- firfmJmg subscriber »ru reminded that nnhmTJlTtiftiffi are p^yM» in ^1 «bw Jn ad vance, and thst, when forwarded for any term less than twelve montfiB. the charge is at the cate of six KhnUnpo and pitp^fwt- per quarter.

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