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Rockhampton Police Court MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

Rockhampton Police Court MONDAY. False Pbetekcbj. .- John Warakin «at charged, on remand, with obtaining money under false pretences at Marfbccoudl. -Dick Watega, a bbounr, said that be find lit present in Boddumpbm, »od formerly EveJ at Hadhamujh ; be nan bend bat Christmas— was at MarBwsngh; Ilubw Um PHBuiwrj woo wss wmIubc ct J*t~ dine's, MarDurougb, and was tencnig wiih him atJJat&Wa; witness had nuneyts fhs amount of £» in tin Sanncs Bank, and had a j Savings Bank bsak; gave the book to the ) uijsmi.1 to fceepitaafe; witaoatiMB atate* j S5li£ taatSiok pnJaeea in Court was ha i Bariiibst year, and give him no authoritfto' Wax lasaeywt of file Bask; never toU the prisesMrtogo toflie Bask to aign Ins (wit aeasi aame.— He Beach rfimnxifil the ease forojrfrtdajt. ICESDir. 1 CASCfxuscoF LB3S8T-— On the application ? of the Sesaor^eqrsant of ponce the Bench : cancelled the license of the Duke of Edinburgh BoM,astt had been abaodoneJbythepro-j orietar, ITaiijua Stranka. j un)M3...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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(From the Brisbane Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 1 May 1875

(Fnrn ae BridxuK P*fm.) Eaveksstooii, April 17.— A new aSnvial diggings has been discovered on Sommm Creek, about fifty miles from Savenswoad, jmd running into tiie western fa^w^» of *^*** Fanning Biver. The creek has been tried for s. distance of about four miles, and the bed « the creek is from three to Unity feet wide. The 'wash' is said to be from three to twebre inches deep, and to average about a gram to the dish. There is irdentifnl supply of water, and beef is to be obtained within two unles of thediegms^ Beenleigb, April 17.— There was great ex citement here last night as the returns came in. The presiding officer at EUsaaa lost bis certified state ox the poll on his way here. The ballot papers and roll are safe, and they is not yd declared.— April 19.— When the ttafed J^rt*»f-a jyiwy f3w *^a,-flf|«. JnUot DSaPSES J|OlI ?oil was handed to Mr. Gibson, *e Betjmmig officer, only the outer seal was broken, the inner ones being intact, thns renderiac it jmnonahte for any papers ...

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Mail Items A POPULAR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Veil Item* . A POPULAR MAN. Ex-Presidekt Andrew Johnson o»**tira- to have been tbe hero of an appropriate festival at Nasbvflle, Tennessee, on the occasion of bis election as a senator. The scene wfaicn **'g'*-*t in the Gspitol when it became evident that he was elected is thus described bv a. oonrespon dent ; ? u pnonws was suspended, and the grave body of legislators were treated to an nTipgWfanwtitaty esdubition of w3d men swinging their hats, dawmg, yeU ing, and screaming in the galleries like a body of fierce Indians At the end of the roll-call tne Spealccr was compelled to sit QDoetly until the noisy audience subsided j then, when the official announcement was tnarif?, tbe crowd gave a final burst of applause and rushed into the street. Away they sied for tbe Maxwell House, whererhe heroof tbe hour was stopping. One man, who Dad oat snipped all others in the race, was utterly unable to say a word when he ieached the door. At his heels was another, who had saved breath enough t...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Family Foots. (Liberal Re[?].) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Family Fools. fZOxral Bemuc.l Family fools are both male and female, but tbe female is, perhaps, most con spicuously simple. Enter the circle of which she forms one and you may not, perhaps, at first detect that die is a member of die famny. She may be found in obscure comas and in myste rious regions, which mere is reason to believe are not exactly abodes of deli cious and enervating ease, and to which tbe visitor is not allowed by etiquette to penetrate. Sometimes you may discover her dusty, and often you may pounce upon her when she is flushed, as if she has just been working hard. She is tbe quietest of all those wfao constitute the drde which forms round the fire on a cold night, and the chances are that, when she does venture to make a remark, it is received with something very much like contempt or supercilious con descension. Fortunately, she seems to appreciate the fitness of this sort of thing, and rarely displays temper because she is made to under stand what an utterly c...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Official notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Official notifications. The following notifications appear in Satur day's Goeengaga4L-?pse#ej— ? - - _ Appoisthekxs. — Francis Xavier Heeney to be chief clerk in ibe (Bunrey Branch of the Lands Department, tic* George BnntUv trans ferred to the Administrative Branch ; 'George ?Chale vV'ataon to be Comnnssioner of !Crown lands for the unsettled district of TTarrego, Jffider the provisions of the Pastoral Leases AetofUG9. raerF.X. Heeney, traasCerred ; Horaoe Barkitt to be latA CommiesioDer, within tiie Land Agent's district of Bandaberg, vice 3. Hughes, transferred; Henry Botger sfMti^faTft pilot, Moceton Bay, to be pilot at that port, rice James Howe, deceased; Frederick Markham, to be assistant .pi*, vice H. Boteer, promoted ; Thompson Buchanan, Land Agent, to be Clerk of Petty Sessions at Bundabeic. Mtstsc LnxtUES. — During the month of' Much last, tnneteeo imnimx licenser were iKgn»a *a the w™—^ Land-office, Stanthorpe. Clerical.— The Rev. Arthnr Erifledge, minister of the Wesley...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Elopement with an Heiress from Oxfordshire. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Etopement with an Heiress from Oxfordshire. At tiie Oxford Assizes, on March 2. before Mr. Justice Qtuuii, ^VUliain T*miwg, tifty-wTl fBi-m«»rt of Xdbmy, sarpendjered to his bail, and was indicted For feloniously anil ixandDleiitij, and Erotn motires of Incre, detaining Annie Sopbia Power Ttxnnis (fonneriy Annie ^Sophia Power Tomer, tqnnster), efae bong nnder the Xot twenty-one years, to mt, ot tne age ot en ye»rs, ?gainst the wiU of her father, William Power Tuner, at Idbory, on Novem ber 14, 1674. The prisoner pleaded 'Not Guilty' to all tite counts in the indictment— some eijdit or ttis in number. Mr. Jelf called the attention of the jury to the nature of the legal charge made against the prisxmer, and staled that the prisoner was a £snner, and had for about twenty years resided in Cherrington, in Warwickshire. During the greater part of thai time he had occupied the position of churchwarden and collector of taxes. He had been brought into business relations with the Bev. Fewer T...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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STRIKE IN SOUTH WALES. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

STRIKE IK SOUTH WALES. L«unr, AprB 29. 1 ThenaaCTotSopttWalesfcaroiemsedto! mwuiwc wscic, the wages offeced wing fin,i»i, percent rpdnctiop.

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The Herbert River Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

The Herbert River Tragedy. Tax following account is taken chiefly from the narrative of Edwin Whitefield, Esq., one of those who, on the arrival of Sab-Inspector. Johnstone, and his report of the murder, qtwfr*d at once-to learn £he fate of Mra. Conn, j It appears that Sub-Inspector Johnstone was on Datrol. watchinc a mob of blacks w3io ' had been faVni in on a &eroat -*«*™- and - recently let go. Findimr the tracks crossed j the Biver Seymour, and then ted in the direc- 1 tion of Conn's homestead, Mr. Johnstone de termined to visit it, and arrived within four miles of the place on the evening of ti-B day J on which tb& tiajzedy had been «*»»qn»y'sttti^ | Kext morning the fearful discovery was made. Mr. Gonna mutilated remains were found in j the neighbouring creek, and themades where i Ha Conn had been dragged away through 1 the scrub were plainly viable. At once dis patching ku troopera to follow up the tracks,'! Mr. Johnatone came on to Cardwell to report, | refai...

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GRAND MASTER OF FREEMASONS. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

GEAXift MASTER OF FBEEHASOX8. Ikikim»s, April 29. 1 IBs Boyal Highness the Priaeeof Wales I has been ngtddO^nd Master of the Free- 1 bissowB. Senu, hmhiii iinl netsons wbu preBoA '. at the ceremony.

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ALCKLAND. ([?] SYDNEY) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Al'CKXAKD. (Via Srox£T.) ; The cuntiuasd droaght is causing heavy! mortality amangrt the people, and tan to; settlers. ,

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Clermont sad Copperfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

CletmeBt aad Copperfield. We are in receipt of tie P. D Udegria* of the 17th, Slat, and 2Mh. ultimo, and the Copperfidd Huxr of the 17th ultimo, lie Tdigm~ says :— The rush tm obtain possession of ran* in the -west i» '- — ''-e rapidly and atock is being pmhed oat witi all speed to obtain the right of priority xrf oaeupation— the following is an account of recent movements of stock:— The Messrs. Wienholt BroSies' sheep arrived at their destination (Halveni luBsj aome £ or three weeks since. S000 or 10,000 are about to leave the same station, es routt south, in a week or two, A mob of sheep passed down tiie river is charee of a Mr. Square. The Messrs. Borne Brothers, of Northampton have also started fat aheep for the sooth ; tie onmberlharenatheard. Two mobs of mixed cattle, about 700 in each, have passed down, on their way to Cooper's Creek to stock new country. There catfe belong to Mr. De Burgh PearseandMr. John Collins, both from the Albert Bh-er near Brisbane. Another mob of 600...

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MELBOURNE. April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

1IELBDDBXEL AsriaaM Camgl BrfafrrlMlam JtwaeM arnrwat in rirTiaaili nil— |. ~~ *- -;;?-?— ..:.-.. -J Sagare.— Brawn ijalaTaan aeKng at C32J ^^%?1£^:«get3Sr^*L Mayl. A t»rrafc fakgnn fan Lnoaa states Oat Sa8,«0Baalet«f «aal have aweady arrind tor thealaysalea. - * ; The CViis** r of Commerce in this city pro-! vjosc to discus the question of Colonial, ErfprocStyoerrmooth. j An oKer of S3000 far the wreck of the: EliMithn. on Kings labmd, has been tnade ! andrefiued. I MayS. ! EDen Brewahaw, impelled ly starvation, i hasfnavltednicidtatGalimn*. - May*. ! The report af the Factory Camnna : shows gross a^Usct on the part of «mployer». Messrs. Moody and Saukey, the American revrnBsta,«at8ad viaBng Assttalia. ?: IVcadslamsanCrmr^ . Messrs. Powea Batherford & Co., at their weekly sale, yarded 13/D head of cattle, llaO of which were soU at a al^t advance on pre ? — ,__.L^.. .---,, J-1 . J. i— .-.I a -if .-I.* dedmemvaUe. ^^ ^^

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SYDNEY. April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

STDKEY. April 30. The Government propose to increase the Ml«w« of the Supreme Court -Judges to £3000, with an additional £300 to the Chief Justice.' The u St Osjth has been placed on the berth at London for Sydney. 3BMy L. There have been heavy coast rains. A man named Fletcher has been committed for trial, charged with bigamy. The informa tion was laid by prisoner's sixth wife. MayS. It has been raining heavily since Saturday, and the rivers are rising. The mans perTorresStrait stsamerSomenet, and Maegnegor, Californianfine.'weredeUvered hereto-day. May*. Fears are entertained of further lanes from flood in (he Hunter and Hawkesburydistrijta, in consequence of the late heavy rams. _i__ Mayo. The floods axe euhradmg. The Legislative Assembly is riimiwmg reBolnti«nffor1a»ealiiidanof Dawaiiualauiial fjeaaols, -?''-, '? ? ? - , It is entametedftl |few &danal4at€nn-

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BRISBANE April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

BBISBAKE. April 30. The asm of £20.000 has baen placed on the Estimates for improving the navigation of the Fitarov Sira. Mr. KisbaU, (he new Engineer of Harbours and Rivers, left Southampton by Hie F. and O. Gompiny's steamer on the lltSi March. Theisteanier Queensland is advertised to staK on a special trip to Maryborough twelve (13) Boon after arrival bete. 9 p.m. Tbe Electors of the Logan and Darling Dowmrirespeetively ham «snsed writeto be iffltrf-Bgainrtthe fietmnmg-afficers of those efcctDratoT^d^ming the penalty of C200 impased by the Elections Act, for failure to return Ihs writs for the late elections in due TheWoTEHiiaent are apparently strong, but it is believed that there are-breaken ahead. M»y 1. Samuel BolHto, Esq.. of Rainsworlfc, has to-day fceengMBtted a Magistrate of the ter jilwi. Then. Lady Young asHa for Maryborough, on a special trip, on Friday next. bis proposed by the Government to ooo atneta bRdgTaeroas Alligator Creek, near . Yaamba,s*aeost of £1700, to be...

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CURRENT TOPICS. THE ONE MARKET SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

^ ? Eai i CURRENT TOPICS. THE OlfE MABKET SYSTEM. The persistent efforts made by Sir Danikj. Cooper to bring about a reduc- ; tion of brokerage and other charges on ' Australian wool forwarded to London ' Tor sale, and to enable the grower to dis- j pose of his produce on die best possible ! terms, is deserrine of steal praise, and ' has obtained suitable recognition from j those persons on nhosc behalf -he has : been acting. The agitation has not j been without good results, although it ! has not yet accomplished an that is) necessary to put the trade on a satisfac tory footing. Sir Uanikl, however, is] not to be turned from his purpose, and j he has now resolved upon demonstrating : in a practical way the reasonableness of the concessions for which he has been con tending. This he proposes to do by entering into die business himself. ; He will open an agency in I^ondon, in ' conjunction with Mr. Broat-rii:h, of Riverina, viho will reside in Ausbalia : and treat vith growers on the...

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GYMPIE May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

GYMPIE. Mav3. Atmrn mnK-dli^Grinilh has been brutally Dmrasrca. He-was ttaMnd in the -neck and heart-- file scene at the crime ia like a slsasator-house. fieorgc Prifahird and two arefeastodywi suspicion. Th* three men brought tapon«n«picion of haviag mumittad the late murder, hire been I mini 1 tor Oame days. Obey state that lli- —lilm mi i ill ? illiillii ? ill i ?iiiii i . after a ^prfe with deceased.

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THE ANNEYATION OF NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

THE ASUESATIOK «»F JISW; S®f$£A. -Ouit tdegram, dated'' tjonoon, Se-iaj-j ?c$n£xin&» -$eenngjiticn4af -inteiUgance. -QMi'fium i»m Mr ifizstS'itw Tofci ^JHCiJMIIEQi'' In ' fCOiy' fA*'£Qi ^IjffH^ijtfai'j ?jjiSSe^manatioa of tSeff Guinea, and ! isuetifcMfar in fiuwtrgf ihe wep, pro- 1 ;!*r«*^ngb% ip&qKet the iedhigj ^ttecahNO&s in *tas matter, there j xs.**Vut' 'tine DptnKstt, from Queens- ! ktoaip 'Western Australia, and' {hat Is] itf^v^.of annejeatipn. It ^absolutely ] Ife-caablished thawing oettleraents faj ~uiAt tibTOUy, peopled. 'firm tms*teanti-i ?nfcttt: jAa unless tumefy action be talpn, . j -thc^histprj' of Fyi ' mU be sepeateaV -asitStew Guinea. otU teomce a refine ~§tM:- -ajfaisfiiiHilrog delAuis and despera fi.! '-That- island, or more' carrecny, e glands, tear abumSant evidences' ajEQculnical and *? *mi*'°»^i wealth, f Thtfee.sast resources cannot possibly, in j vbe oruinaty ooutse ©1 ufmes, tenant ? niufcji longer nidden, ana* it is equally} ?ceita...

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CLERMONT. April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

CLEBHOHT. Anil 30. The Western Mine has been purchased by theCzak Domes Company, and possession ra gjnenynrtudiy. The*farks are to cnniaa on a large seals. Snil om iM tow of refined copper Tfaeweether ia nm and damn, threatening hewywio. Watery clnods^faaiiging In, aaXaWwhaveiaUen since last night

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MILLCHESTER. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

' - * JOULCIHESTEB. April 30. He Mora cricket match with theToWL-rites y^gf J^terfiy, they iriniimg in one « ?' ' ibyL n«tstaV%nK*ingsfor «ic week comMted of -?STIawl of atone, in eleven parcels, which viitaHaSonvofEoId. xwnWaeu fa. U» nln is twelve ton of ? wffir fill in Burdock Bed, which yielded I4S~wis, of gold. TO.TOriiiii»s«Mii«tiafnlIworfc. fifty :pour«k {SB 11m.) «f rich specimens bw4ni Abined fan Merry Monarch ibauv which sreexpseted to contam sixty cuausetfgsU. ^ xestettay « carrier was crashed to death UJjuai Iris dray and a tree. He leans a famHr ' ?Die Fanning Biverrush n almost deserted.

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THE FANNING RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

THE TASSESG KTSH. Tae JSor&erm. Adeocate at the nth ultimo says :— There have been various accounts from the new locality daring the week, and taking it all in all, *3i-* information is extremely con ttadjetary. A considerable amount of excite- . meet exists about this new El Dorado, and ! al&oagh it is stated to be nothing grand, yet, ! iu onmno jubbgb hi unee vw are unem ployed, we think right to let it be known the 1 mfiirmatioa given, us is, that those who arc viQiug to work can — *!'- more than tlie best wages going here. Let os not be understood : in a wrong li^t—weJo nut wish to 'blow' the rush-in fact it would not be to the j interests of the township to do so— dot do we j desire to £nppxe$e anything, bat from the Bonrccs of information within reach, and after j the most careful inquiry, we are justified in i asserting that 'good gold' ii beuix gat hi I many instances. A number of men have ' returned to tell their nates how tilings are, and telegrams Lave bee...

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