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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTH.         ORR.-On the 23rd instant, at Gracemere, the wife of R.B. Orr, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. M'CLELLAND-MADDEN.-On the 26th instant, by the Rev. R. Hartley, James, second son of Mr. Archibald M'Clelland, to Annie Maud, second daughter of the late John Madden, of New South Wales, and of Mrs. Theodore Gregory Boureen (late Mrs. Madden), of North Rockhampton.

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

THE-OPKfcTKG SPEECH. Pj*rIMii»TMenedoi»Ttiesd«y,ai«4onr teJegraphic coiumli contains an almost oohoUm report of the Opening ^»eech. Tbe pragramme of wurti* the session is'crowded to overflowmg, inctadtng many fnmbrbmt soBjects for legislative action. The erst question on the list is that aU-inpottxnt one of the Land. Tbe Ministry have been engaged dn'mgthe recess in recovering areas for public use that have been held in contravention of: the law, but owing to appeals to the Privy Cooncu, the bad in question is not yet' available. Meanwhile, we are told, there is an increasing demand for settlement which must be met, and Parliament is to be asked to authorise resumptions of land under ten years lease in the Settled Districts. A hope is rrpn*B*A that the just wishes of die people in this matter will not be disre garded— *bksh is doubtless meant to have special refaence to honorable members of the Upper House, who last session so strongly opposed aU the iCnisterul schemes for meddling ...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. WHAT HAPPENED IN MY STUDIO. A PAINTER'S GRACE SCOTT. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

I TALES AND SKETCHES. WHAT HAFFKHED IK MT STUDIO. A EuaTXEBVGnoKffccosx. ? caiPnx i. ' IhadoeanMmyetii£oVwha±waseftn4Bdm one of those old iqwa arnica ushuu has lout; since passed to, fcr about tm.j». The locslitjwas enwrtially an vtebcoae, suxTtfae wutfte of tSe house in width I was domfcued was lot out n atndios. .Xhesjronnd floor n occupied by parhnuUr friend Duncan, who want in heavily for stained glass and b&s. loerirpW the first fiW at the back. Overhead wen m landscape punter and ? Wf artist; who from tin bet «f thssr spending « (met deal of time in the country, occupied their studus is the square only far* day or two now and then, and frequently at : long intervals: Thy fewer premises consutea of a wilderness of kitchens, aerdleric*, psntnes, areas, and eeBan, wfcieh I had na»w bad lhatonrigatliuBiilghl/lB explore, and winch I beBve warn ?iam incopriu even to tba old eocnle- who, unta within a week or two of die events I am about to narrate, lhred in one of the kitche...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

auim n. iFASSEDeresUessmibt. The fotSnr upper most in mv mind waa that I twdeSewedaman to leave tbe boose in tbe square who, I was neiariouB purpose, and I blamed myself more Allan T p«n w I lll*«. Ataneadyhour tbe next morning I started fortewn. AH«be ermorstjliooa CseUnCB of the rnvirm night ware dissipated by tbeaaashiae aodlbefinhaDomisgair, and,aal Beared tbe studio, I quite btoghed at myself for tbe flights I bad allowed ny imagination to take. On arriving at tfae door, I met ICddleton, who came from another direction; Duncan, wbo Ihred at no |rrest bawmnee Irom tbe ronare, was already in bis room. Asking Hiddlebm to | aecompBnv nse, I went in to Duncan, whose j rooms, as £ base alnady ez^nairjed, were on I (fceground-aoor. I tnoogat it (letter to eonCsm ' my oversight oftheni|!«t before without deUy. \ and to institute a careful search op-stairs, to I astxrtamifanybamgwenmissine. I 'I am afraid I did e very foolish tiring last j night,' I said ; '1 happened to look in bere ' ...

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THROUGH ON THE CAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

XHBO0OH ON THE CABS. A tap through the Hoosatonic Valley ii aome thioctobe deamd in gaod weather, and when Natnn has robed ontf witfc inrdno. The Meat faces of ilic racks btb fabancavanCTcnurMy rarand or left ban only in epata, to make Ihe glory of the leaves and flowers all the brighter bj the contrast. After paadng Few HiUora. tfaeeoaneaf tbe Honaatonic, — a river whose hietory umdncctly oinamlKlailliabad,— rum with thenad,abow. ing up patches of pleasant acenery which deh-bt the heart aa well aa the cya. The Seagate* Valley has much to pleaae the traveller. Its rmria narrow and tumnnoos ; hshiuebighand aterp, and the fan of the country wild and rug ged. The valley of the Hoaadanie is broader. Increase wide atntcb of meadowe and fields, with ben and there, bit of eoantry over which Nature hea not yet lost ita enhntn control. Hy last trip through this valley was not on a aommarday. baton on early epmw; eight, with a dear sky and brajfat aaooa overhead, and an unobatrnrton country b...

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

TUTAGEAV A*TNf7AI. JtACkfi :, JCJiE iSm iso itfnt.^ '' ... MJUDBS.Ptira J«'«wb.; oBe.«nd'**pp nrnles; wejghtlorase. ..., PIONEEE HASWCAP -£ 6V ?»*„ woVa aaaepMrf SaMvb.&.foraagoBdfaDnto; one and aJuH nrilw; iimimKw. g ; acceptaaeeft ? ? ? ? ^ - HANDICAP HCBDIE RACE of IB iovi, wiflitiCBcap «f 4 Writ ft. -Mod; tan- nuks; ma- eignt hup*, 4 ft. tngb; MMHiw £X; acceptance £L ac.T.a JUsaMcAP «*? *f° ?'-?'? *?*»???. ?veap et C son. S forfeit «4D«i; ttm miles; nomination £2 ; acceptance fit All BomHatkramnvfint »« of mqi and Danlm to to ami fe ffieSeentaiy -m .or brfone Jlttb ApA We^ pAJabed in Jbebe, Jfa^rsT April t*, Awjtamw iriflihilww-rfCTM^«lc,«*e^JiM»8. H. F. MOBGAK, . Sntey. ? FbrfaUp«rticiil»r»«eeV«rlij Mtrtmf. , -jinm »&EKUSy._ Write to ?«£ *OA1BICE: BOCBSE al llABBH^. X FOWEK-iikue omoanate WiiJi «he ^^^^ Ed. HAUKAK. W^~ O«» AS» WOOD, AJB.S. Ca.% AgMta, BwaiiM, Fobvabihkg^ & Casnm-nocgE ACEKIS. ? TIAEQtlEAB iBEEDEES, J! Cokb-wtpjiek, ffmiumiuM. Ho«« shoee,...

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DIRECT SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

' ? iHBBCT SOTPMEKTS. TtaL toque Lady Dm^ -*W»U&sl port, arrived at London -«».!«lfc **t| M*Mh; and Captain Wro**«i wriwg J « riSid»y cot m—jlillw Tiw t fw Himr -ton, M«L batter t»-, for ire take Ac trodfiUjtB ntk the bda oueEollr. in «dcr^k»t venr lUlnra before me, only one h» arrind fcome-Se Sw- MauMI-Ma ber we Iw* thmriungopoiuimeL Here Captain Wvmakk tenders some -weU-ineant advice to oar squatters a*a Taen&ants, on the advantage of co ?operation, pointing outtnat muted action ody is-tjecessary for Ae shipment of produce direct home from ItorAnamnton ?on more favourable terms and with less knockinc about than can be done yu Brobane or Sydney; and, referring to the long time his vessel was loading, he ?deprecates the jealousies which ? he supposes to exist among our shtpDers, which prevent them fam combining *? for their aratual good. In Bus matter, as br as the -Lady IJooBte is concerned, he is under i«i=W« hw, for Mesas. w- »*» ''-.P; Thomson, the agents, -had M...

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

'OBIZE SCHEDCXE of the fTTZBOV. X PASTORAL, AtlBICCLTCBAL, and HOBXICCITCBAL SOCIETY. BLOOD EOBS&i m All. F£1UWE& | Fust Prize— lido Certificate. ilk ! Second PriK-2od Class I£«cate. fj^ ? 1 Stu1ioisthreejaan||n»g«r &f ^S 3 Do. onejeSgnySfti'! £ 4 Mare, thii-L yeais^^fl oYu 3 5 Ruy, twoToftianaundertfcree 6 Dal one yeirand under two , 7 Mare and Foal , S Best Horaeor Mare ot any age . i DKiCGBT BOBSES. I X*lm* Ke. Wk. Sd. emtt. J First Pii^-UtOuttfcrtifiate. , Second Pms-Swl Class Certificate. 9 HeWetalBiMi,ttree yen* and over J -i -' SJ«V«a«i «..?«*. * 10 Heny Staffipn, two jeus aid under U B^TygUKnu. one yeirsaa under two 13 Heavy Mare, time yearn and over 13 Heavy Finy, two y«ars and under three 14 Do. iDl^«rMmiartn- 15 Bo. oneyear 16 Hetty Sin awl tod 17 Heavy Draught Gekung Xmtramct.it. e«e*. latPriae— £33*. 2od*rfa— and-Ctas Certificate. . - ? . ? ' IS Sot leas than six. nor me than eight Horns, witt Gar complete lstPrbe-flls. 2i»IPriM—»adCte Certificat...

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

LIST of Cndaimed tdxas at the xVsnV offioe, Bocknaumton ; if not claimed on er before 10th May, |g!S, *ffl lie Eon wszdsd to fiie Ooad bettor Oftlce. Brisbane. OAKIEL FE3EBSQH. Postmaster. P.O., Boekhamptou, April 30, 16T5. Adams, 3. B.-. Arbtaham, H. A.; Arnold, W-; AiiuwsunUi, wT^ Banat, Jas.; Bead, lira.; Bessley. E.; Beaver. Wa; Behan, James ; Borgersdatter, B.; Bogle, M. (21 ; Brooks, l&s. E. Caine, I.-, CaUweB. M-: OsUwell, H.; Ounpbeu, a. A.; Csnlin. WssU. A.;Oaaey, G- &; Cansssh, M.; Oiambera, & J.; deshire, F.; Chiea, A.; Cobfe, Ous., Om stanfine, Mrs, (2|; r«*, Wm.; Cock, %; OasteBo, Mrs:; Ckrmow, Peter. Oevae, P. (B) s Dsdauo, Jas. Feqauon, /. H.. Bocb (3 ? fttesmmuns, ? r Hanagaii. Hiss A-VFoss, T. : Fregtag, G., ftosewood-. Proud. Hy.; Fsrber, Oui . Gardmcr.Mn.S.sOeW.X A.; OoodaO, Miss D. M-5 Ooharn, lira. Jas.; Greenly, lies. ' ' Haywara, J.; Hickcy, M. A.; Hdqboo, Jessop, Mr.; John, lEss C; Jarvoasky, Ksarns, T.; KeHv, B.- Kine, John Knatt,Geo....

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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TIME TABLE. TORRES STRAIT MAIL SERVICE— 1875. Approved by the Postmaster General of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

TIKE TABES. TOBSES STRAIT MAIL SERVICE— 1675. I Approved by tt.^taastcr^otteral «f Qoeesdaud. ': ' nrwiKD. b~asna-- it««las«-sJ «___. i--, -^,- -VsillMMli'' ^ll^n^™^ I euisspsse. fBQsjeslsWf. ' _ ? ? ? ? : : - 1 _. ? ? \ ? ? ! law -Wwrarr- i»«T_ «JuSTlS«7. 5£S^32St — ;ifrfI — «A»«-ri£ Sisrah ? SlAprS ? War ? 4S«rM.^|i lem ? MAjrfl — 9-^ss- ? IJ-Sa_J» M*y — -!-**?» ? MJ«ne ? t»JHf ? JT ''? ? -Jf^uBBi ? Jrf, ? 3rAai*«~3l JiAr ? SJ'*^ ? i-titnal. ? W.-Vi«winer-l O**«r _;!-K«tor.. 16t£Si^VDs»awSili Sonsber sja^raafegr l^DMasker Utasu? _ * OCTWABD. urns j axarrss it Tkw-,is-ia»jaj-k,ia-u«.|jrg«, t ablate, i sot. Jmmrj _ rSammir _S1Israa ? ll»«I«i___ » Jnlj- ? is Aanot ? SSqxanflKr ni?S_ibsT» ?sgesay L!»~a»l-T MSomabtt fiA^veobsTu October _UNorombCr IDsanstar aDsossttsr u Vonjmber 11 lEmeBtinr 29 Jaanauv v SJamswr ?' * -Bm r.MOO. PseVst boa Cbte» rsssrimnasns bi|a-rt,-nt, in cssaar My arrival, if not aetsxasd tnatlKaBp-ndisaU UtmirenlntUe P. udO. takto (grbBrdvanin. Aloscsr Intorr^l. tbe™...

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WOMEN GRADUATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

WOMEX GRADUATES. Madras has so often been -*aHf* the. Benighted Presidency, that any symptoms which it fives of a desire to wove ahead demand all *h** attention due to any unwonted phenomenon. Our own belief is that die popular conception rests on grounds no longer tenable. Looking at die debate of Wednesday last-in onr own House of Commons on die proposal' to admit women to medical degrees in die Scotch Uaivecsities, we as constrained to affmif diat for inr*'I at any rate, infadras is setting as example which OQltgbfcc&ed England is slow to follow. While a majority of our legislators have declined to authorise die admission of women students into Scotch Universities widi a view to feting themselves for a medical career, we note that Lord Hobart has already granted a similar concession to the women of once benighted Madras, ft is pleasant to learn from die local papers die steps which his Government has taken to open out a promising field of usefulness to those ladies who se...

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MILLCHESTER. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

MLLLGHESTER. April 21 The latest nem conosninx the Earning Bosh as *at about » hundred returning diggers are camped on tie Burddrfn, which re flooded and tmpasaaMe. ApruSl. Several oev damn ham been laid off by the Warden daring ttie seek, and Uiere are sevenl applications for new claims at the CapeBiver. The aggregate cradlings daring Hie week h»ve been 387 tons stone, in eight late, pro -dncinE SOI onnees sold. AprnSS. At the Washington Eeefaman n lowered; down a daft after a Mast had been dis i charged, and, probably on account of Ofil smoke, oiled 'Heave np.' The windlass wasatoneevet to work, bat when tte man was near the surface, he Ml from the rope to which he was suspended, and was instan taneoody tilled. The escort from Baverawood, wiih UMQon. sold, left hen yesterday, taking from this field an additional quantity «€ 3916 ess. Nb further intelligence of a trustworthy ?character has come to hand from ike Fanning River. The rumoured discoveries of payable - quartz want confir...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

1 SHIPPING NEWS, f ARUXVUS. inn 2Z.~ Tinonee, u, 365 tons, Captain B. Mint, {mm 5hu4»y, nk Brafaocmtt. Pjuseiigen^-Lady Macntncy, dme duidroi, and nmriie, Mnt. &¥**, Mrs. De Casters and dild. Miss HiD, His JT*Tf-«- 3ndge Hiot, Sir i. Jiacartaey, Inspector Dvas, Messrs. Foldi, T. White, H. wTJrirf«-. \V. Martin, E. F. Holrayd, T. \T. WiUiama, S. Larard, and rax in Ute eUxxage. Wood And Wood, mraaits. April 25. — tjaeendasd, a, 287 tons, Oaptain F. Brooks, from Brisbane, February 30, via all tin ports. Passeogos— Mrs. Curtis, Messrs. H. Woood, & Bait, Kocth, and3»in the eteerage. Wo.'! and Wood, asenta. Apnl S3.— (In Keppd Bay), E-iLS. Singa pore, 954 tons register, James A. Dam hrecat^ commander, from Melboarne, Sydney, and Brisbane. Fassengos from Brisbane i — For Bocklnunpton— Mr. W. H. Bnzacott ; for TownariUe— Mr. EcMin; for Somerset— Com- mander Heath, B.TC. ; for Singapore— Mr. and Mrs. T. Borne, and Mr. Fyfe. Throngt iwwfnfier^ from Sydney : — For Townsrille — ...

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Dr. Kenealy. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

-?-'ilft-itai**':.' The following information, about 'Dh Keb^lf is £xtta$c$ frimrf ? papa called the- /is^njswi «iich parports to De 'edited by Dr. JCcnealy, Q££and oog^t jJiuLioHL to be Kfal iiHOioaefl -m tbestiject ;»jjeemsto WfiViB Matt OozeUg to bejinpotfaat if tree, and we publish it accordingly: — - . : ' ' VUO DR.' S3EXBU.T IS. A voice at which three judges trem bled lie aspen-baro, and that silenced in a senteAar-five ;bpi»snig;«)ansel, will bel^Kttd'in {Does nviiang me Goffcic/Eall resound yiiliihefearless adrocicyQfrrutb, jusac^aDdlHwrty.OMoparabletotliatof rolled from Ws lips as a mighty river, difiusing life in3 health, and joy around to bis gtorioas and- dear .country. . Xot one oat of a hundred English constitu encies has the splendid oppardmity, once! in a 'cehtuiy, erf retaming so great and good a man as . their representative, as die people of StobMqxtfTtentiftnrtiin'e. Who is Mr. Davenport? Echo answers. '-Who?' Who is Mr. Walton ? AD die long-eared tribe can tell,...

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

O0OKX0WX. ? L» fyu. Towssraitf J ? The mail -steamer Somerset anchored tntta buy at ten o'clock bat night, taMJieiseavy' south-east monsoon prevented comimiiriratinn until this morning. She brought 150 CUKK pnengers, rt.im laaarf^sOdy Tiy tte the im hunch Dam. Fasseegers Car In-Uaabi-.Vr fi A. Edwarda. Mr. H. M^Tamr '*r* Mil™'. end tnro children. For S^^-HiTb^ Mr*. Kdfct, Was Keuet' lor Sydney— Mr. X. T. LsngworUry. For mtarai-M-- Mowatt The Somerset lias a Utge cms Cor Bodc »— -r*—. Briabane, Sydney, mna Melbourne. She made a splendid ran. Wing left «nga pore ob the 9nh instant Rhe left here lot Townsvule at one o'dock tint aftemumi ^Satmdajr). The weather here is fine, «ith strong bouSi rastwmds. Goad new* nmninws to anna respecting fee aimer reefs, and plenty of gold is The u Wonga 'Wommwul notbave till Monday, lierngSuxble to land her bones, owing to the heavy monsoon.

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English Mail Intelligence. VIA TO[?] STRAIT GENERAL SUMMARY. (Home News, March 5) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

English Hail Intelligence. VuXoomSmn. GEXERAi SGHHABX. fWmt Bern*. Kan* SJ Proceedings in Fiiffemrnt bane been animated. Indeed^ the week winch has been passed in the House of Commons bas presented a series of dissolving views to the eves of spectators; somewhat smuar to the fantasies composed of glass or rations colours in a kaleidoscope. One kind of business has melted into another; little or nothing has been absolutely achieved ; hot almost every debate has ended in the withdrawal or defeat of some useful motion. Monday night was, perhaps, an exception, so far as the new bin on Coercive Measures in Ireland was concerned; it saw a dis cussion upon the irithdrawal of the Act which has fora long time pressed hardly on the Sister Isle. By this Bill me restrictions on canning arms win be relaxed ; and a better opportunity given to 'broths of bhoys' to shoot each other, it agreeable ; the right to seize strangers and convey them to prison will also be surrendered, and the supervision o...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

S» ? :.__:._ flK: | LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWSf' Tra rkn*marriTan»m nu3» reacta* t» to time on fnesday. a feat that has aot-wsBi accaopbmhed for aV-a» wseks past. mMs iaot wonldseomtoiiidicatethatthefloodwrterin. ? cJ\ the Don and Dee and udghbonrinE creeks had ?' sumdenUy subsided to allow oTlie onmtry ^ beine crossed without rnncii difficnlty. ' .' We have been rajuested, in promotinn Of the objects of fire Queensland ArfTmritiiMWna Society, to say that at the present tase donaiione of native bitdi and aaimali; exce* flying-faxes, bears, and hawks, wdnU' fa especially valuable, and would be gratetffly-. acknowledged. Advices should be sent w3fc . the donation, in order that arrangements aaav. be made in each case for reodving the con njgnmwit at its journey's end. .A sus named Edward Marsh was giren into enstody on Tuesday night by Mr. ?. Joyce, at the Queen's Hotel. Qntbeerineacft of Patrick Walsh, Jolin Joyce, and Df. SaWond, given before Messrs. C.' J. CESSb and F. N.Beddek, he was...

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OUR LADY'S LETTER. LONDON, February 12, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

2a_ ? : ? 'sz. 9 O0fl lilPr'S LETTER. f CasnSK, rVbraary IS, »*75. Wins one is told that in a few years it may beanaccomifehedfactthmtymicaneet into * railway teamnus and tint you need aat quit sttiU yon arrive in Paris, the mind reverts to to the Arabian Kisbte stnry of rYiaee Hsauein'saiagie«arpet, on -which te«ntr had merely to sit t» be transported wherever he desired, winch (any tde aome year. ago wa« to have beea realised by the atmnahenc n3«w- only— ft was aoti and it may be ilKllillTi teat the scheme of a aabmariae tannd -between England and Fraaoe -» favoured as it saeasi fcy «be neat capitalist. -* -nr time) may not lie realised either, although it is just possible that it may. Tins great engineering feat, in smiuaa trudi, wS tie as unnenseMtriumph if aeeampbsbed, aad it is only reasonable to smmaae that when a Eothachadpnte»oney«rte the scheme Oat h* possQnlrties hare been well demoastnted. , There have been more diamond robberies. The p..™™ Aa&assador, going-to v...

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Northern News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

Northern News* The Tioanee brings late, but, as usual, incom plete, files of northern papers, from which we quote as follows:— Xhatonl veteranand Hiiwpwcfcar of bechA^e mere fiaheriss, Fhil fc«JiwJ arrived once more m part from his cruise, on Wednesday evening last, witi six tons of mixed fish, after a trip of about seven weeks. Fhil left Cook town at the end of February for 'fresh fields aud pastures new,' and after a voyage of three or four days, struck a patch of fish, which win last for some time to come. At present he has brought but six tons, although several more are lying ai the station awaiting carriage. This quantity, reckoned at £100 per ton, leaves a tine margin for seven weeks' work, the greater part of tbe time Phil's best men being laid up with sickciesB. ^nirliiii Garland returns again to tiie q^*Mi in the course ota few days. We (jfersU) learn thit Mr. J. M'Kenzie. Boad Inspector of this district, has received instruction to open Mr. Warden Coward's road to the Palm...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. PRUNISG TREEN [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

53 ? I ? SSL 1 STATION. GARDEN, d FIELD. I TttVKISt; TBES*. Ak the season for the general pruning is now drawing near, a few practical feints and sag gatoanm my be acceptable. Tin object of SB pruning fa to improve apna nature, and throw greater vigour and frnitfnlneas into the two tires aettei. Xegact of it am Urn fan* to decrease in sixe, and stays Ike Erowtfa of the tree, thus making it appear to be ntematarehr old. There are gnat and im portant principles to he attended to in pnmtng which all may maater «ritu litUe attention, and then it matters net whether ths-tree or shraib in question is known to the pruneror not, so long as the habits of the plant me onAersiood, tot-time it is which control tie mimtina. For instance, same tree* bear on ?pan which form along Ik bianco™, and chia being known, all toe superfluous wood crossing w crowding each other, ur cverab»din» the ' japar-Jadeo branches, are cut oot, and then branches themselves cot back to within mi «yef-r*Yoaf said spars....

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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