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PROTECTORATE FOR NEW GUNIEA. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

PBOTECTOEATE FOE KEW GUKIEA. Losbon. Hav I. St ArUinTGordon, Governor of Fiji, has the coast tribes of KewGnisea.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWMARKET RACES. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

SEWMAUKET RACES. Lktoos., April S». The Two Thiwsand Guineas Stakes were wonbyCombaHo. TOEEER STRAIT MAIL. Lokdos, May L The mans from Qjteemasnd March 3, vii Torres Straihs, were delivered to-day.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANOTHER COLLIERY EXPLOSION. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

AKOTHEB COLLIERY EKPUOSIOX. iMoas, MayL A colliery explnion has ocenrred at StafEord shne, Iduing thirty ^ve persons.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE CONNECTING AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

CABLE COKXECnKG AUSTEALIA AKD XEWZEALAXD. Ijusws, May L ! The Hon. Julius Togel has arranged for the ! laying of a jsabmarjoe cable between Sew Zealand and Aoatxajia.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLERICAL LAWS IN GERMANY. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

CLERICAL LAWS IK GEBMAXT. LoNDOK, Mar I. The £mperorof Germany has approved of the nffl f ot the suppression of religious orders. The Bishop of Munster. who was imprisoned for breach of Hie clerical laws, has been rdewxl.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METAL MARKETS. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

METAL MAEKETS. LoKDO!T, May I. Copper is etasdy and firm, at £88 to £31 per too.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Fate of Burke. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

The Fate of Burke. The Bj/Ameg Xseaia; ffVir-J publishes the fol lowing as portion of a weH-written article en titled 'To Cooper's Creek and Back.' The story is a painful, if true, one : — ' From Burked Depot to hie grave at Inna* minka is about fourteen miles. The track is on the north side of Cooper's Oeek, and over a good deal.of atony ground, in places farfrom pleasant to travel over. A high range on tiie right rous nearly parallel with the creek, and gradually approaches it, til! at Inaaminka they meet, and tiie creek appears to have cot a passage thxuogb. the range. This range is visible from almost any part within a distance of thirty or forty miles, and forms a good landmark. The peaks are of many shapes, and appear as if they had been hewn out and fashioned by artificial means rather than by the hand of nature. Sogarloaf hills sawn off at the apex, table4ops with regular sides, and spaces between, formed by tines of mathematical stnightness and precisum, are everywhere to b...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Graham at Clermont. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Ur. Graham at Clermont. The fouowing report of Mr. Graham's address to his constituents at Oemunu* on Hut 15th oltimo, is ahridgwi from the Tdegrom :— Mr. Gkaiux said the land Bin of laat year could not be considered an important or rf.t ? Kk. measure. It would chiefly hare aflected tte district* within about 100 miles of Brisbane, and attempted no compre heuaUe J*-l^g wish the vimif' tracts of and ins neighbourhood wpnUJhan! derived,™ benefit from it whatever. JU» mam -object wa« to jlacf small arhrtnrion«heland,iwttbe sondibsos 4b-..vhieh jjaex-^sreAP'^ay snpjected would hasxso hamueied«jd hii ?!? ' 1 tbem aa to.maJDi thek^sicp-aim fuUTttug tbem« SmnossbiBly, 3Wr.objset.rt ttsseJ?ff»-.- t^otiSf it tB.ttnUm VsW xa jjbcwhisU»Db» Jsn^ ^t^injg shsorhed by the Jam.propastoiaV.hat px tSKtaOoawaM&m itento phase the buwJI sekebv »t» ioextrjeabie oilBcuay, Imnasing tiuse seme CTStrirtinm ha» bean fhe-jn-eat erxor'of -aU««r wndlavs s andinvw, as in the iormer cases rf '63 aad'ofi, a...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENTARY. [?] May 4, 900 p. m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

' TiBMAMESTAEY. Bkisbabe. liar 4 940 fun. ? Uthe LeadabveAMeittWy this atteraDon. after fannaC fawneaa had been dispassd of, Mr. Afflack and Mr. GSbeoo, BetBming OffioeE^ were examined at the bar of tte ? Hosse, in reference to their eonduct at the a»rling3-ownB and Iqgan ebctinns nspec SL, . Macaliator then movad that Oe Fi-l«,r«aii nfH ? r the Logan be Snatrootea tff I— TTfrt the writ by btserliBC |hs name u- Fahner eaorad an aeacnaaHat that At«^nt o'd^ttc^HoaicaWaea on the am«aS»t. wKcW «. rejeete, by ttranfy; votes to eleven. ~ Mr. Thompeos then' protested afcaintt » coorae which attenpteJ to torcc Upon the' Book iniif qnestum. The delate on Hie erijpnd JnoSoo atffl Mr. Groom spoke atronelT in fitronrof the amendment, and voteFwaiBat XacaSster, ! !?:???!?? i. ili.il it t4«» ,. iaitf..iii.iit ? , in _'_1 at \ wiwimji fffigr, n HE IIIH'lllllllimii WB*V 15VT19K Hi wanM faecosK apzrty laneatian. The debate is warm. BUSBU.-E, WayS. In the Legunafire AasemUy last night, Mr. Calmer '« ...

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MILLCHESTER AND THE TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

; MELLCHESTER AKP THE TOWERS. We {AAcaaiU) bare bad aa interview wH3- Mr. Prank .StnbUcy, of Charters Towers, relative to the copper lo-le discovered by him- ' self and Mr. Uiultay, in tlie Mount Whjte - direction. Mr. Stubbley telk us that tbe lode | is a Jrc'l defined one, running into the bee of j a small moautain, about 70 mites from Mill- I Chester, nearly sooto. liy east. I ne ' I .low or outcrop of the lode i* from 12 to 14 feet thick, widi a surface scattered over a wiil&of -i0 or 70 yards, and can be fzaced for over half-a-mfle along tbe ridges. The ores are green and bine carbonates, but chiefly grey ore prevails, also copper pvriUs. Small parcels have been taken in tu air. Thomas Backland here for assay. Tbe portions operated on were not huge, about SIbs. each, bat may be taken as a fair criterion, we are told, of what is on ihc surface. Tbe assay is given as :— 42-10, SSfl, and 36-50 of pure copper to tbe' 100 parts. The last and highest assay was taken from a co...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Archbishop of Casterbury's Prayer. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Th&Anhbitbop of Canterbury'* Prajer. ««^i-«.i The Archbishop of Canterbury has com- j posed a form of prayers to be used at j ??r the launching of ships, and tbe Lords of j the Admiralty have ordered its use on j ? every occasion of an addition being] made to her Majesty's fleet The? Aicbtrishop, if one may judge by the | intnnal (evidence aSonled by his com-: position, has felt the difficulty of his task The feeling that a prayer, such as ne was called upon to aj&e, was an anachronism, has reflected itseU on his! ^fe.aa.tJpdAim.to .mate iwjof.EttJKf \'U IH H finffS iMrTi'f'f'***'. t raff/ ?fifffiriTfiY -VW~ notes, «o- WBft'-the»4ifna% ??fc*»e»4 asflhose^jrfesaonsjjre tA/p^fi^yooiur', itt.rthe,Jkuigyvlh^ iate«Bt of plaee-Bn.; theH' pre6dnt'«i*se, «nd fca»c a toady - grotesque' sflPpeV^lftjET t jubl ^5 tLAt 4ibuDe the- eaHeoes of. the A&ert Hall.' « O Tfcou {hit Attest' al&vethe ««cr- - aoods, ^«t3^ Aa^^t^Wi the fRyer Aegins, A'^cceBt, we *««-*, Thee, ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cle[?] in Nonconformist Chapels. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Cieriimtp fa ,Moncoa(ormist Chapels . (fiw. **J--tfMScW., «««jj IQti^ ^cifte* of -tenson which 'chafHcterises an flie ecclesiastical relatiohs'of our domestic fw^rfK*^ w^s cosioiisly' EQnsttat^d in the city of London yesterday. The lav^e iH&wm^ icoenay accted on the Holixicn Hfll Viaaoct, and known as the City Temple, wascrowded at noon day by a vast congregadoo, who were evidently animated by a wishto entfia new ptotest on behalf of freedom m| preadnn£ m fhe Cburch of C&gland* A ] nndday service is usually held in the church on Tharsday, and Dr. Parker, the '?-??*-??. asked for the coopera tian ^of sortie dd^yuien of lbe Obnrch of England in carrying it on. Ivor some tame past sa adver tisement, which has appeared in oar own colamns, has announced that yesterday the Rev. W. H. Fremantle, rector of St Mary's, Bryanston-square, would pteach on behalf of the building fund, and that the rengious service would be conducted by various clergytnen and we published letters f...

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Fitzroy Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Filzrof Bridge. TiaioUon^ are MfmnUaellsttiMs tote ?jblpitdai, was* signal, to -a* Honorable 4A*Jfap*er t*r«bakaB,4or presentation fa- --*»'«« Honorable .tie -Speaker and the Bim* MembcVa of toe legislative - Assembly of QsneasJsiid in Rariiiment ' : IV-iwrapMe Petition of the mdmciKd ,' * landowners xeaaing is the districts lying * '~ between the Birer many and the East ~ ~ cojst, cxtend% (ram Broadmoant to St ' * ' Lawrence, and lying vitkin the Hec . .jtaitfe of BUckall sod Xonnanby : 4- Ttat yonr .Petrtjoners, being profoundly jssjsisMi il sjlh the necessity that elide fora Imisfee across the Ei.er Hifaroy at Bockhamp. £??, and |J*-«'ff the fullest confidence in tbe 4esfeeft&byyotu- Honorable Book to tartly ^?ftnnerity of this colony and the welfare -at.jjTSrifflS communities, hereby fanmlty way th»t yon will be pleased to take tins IMHiaD. into yoor farouraWe mauadaation. avStfast 90* win be fnrtber pleased to recom a*cst& tint a mm of money be placed span the I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

1T&CKAV ANKCAL RACES. JUKE 15m asd 16m. MAIDEN KATE of ««o«tK; meadailf I ?flea ;*re*Eht forage. PIOSEEK 'HAKBRTAF of «J «w»,, «t_b ?weep of 2 aove, h-ft. far second horse ; -_T«nd aAalf mjfes; nomination £1 -, agorplancea— , HANDICAP HUBBLE BACE at SO sora., -ithaereep of 4aovs. _«. added ; two nan; over eight leaps, 4 & high; n___ta_t£l ; acsGntaneeaTL 1 lLT-C. HANDICAP of ISO aoraw, with a j ?Beep of 6 sots. S forfeit adfled ; One _a—;iKicmnartii«i £2; acceptance £«. i _1 nonunsKonswitit first moiety of —reep j ________ to be sent to _e Secretary on ?cbtelNi ApriL Wa^publisbedin ___agr Jbrpag. Apia 3*. iraarnw Secretary. for __|__c_a— .«ee tladraf Uemoy. _BOB SALE, to dose caMtamentajBe-t J_ Back »——»-» FENCING WIRE, Sob. C 7. and S. JOHN HEADBICK & CO. ISLES, FINNEY, AND CO., ' Imsorten of Gencr- Dnpay. SOks, ViDiBay. «nd Man's Ootiuiie ; Damson Hoase, Bocihrnnipton. ? i Ltt ECHT WEEZ. EAST STREET, Has on Bale — I BBAKDIES — Hamessy's, Martdl't -bulk '!'«...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." [?]—MAY 8, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

THE 'CAPRICORNIAN.' Cosna-TO— Mai & 1875. ,,__,L, „„ ______ *B San__9ap»: O~3-i«ir«ad~la rSm«r— T—-M T Till TTilliliislil sad Eta1to««ai ___w _ ... ? _ ? 390 UantfiuCnXMaa — -. ? ... OW.29I ae J_ktha»p or Caa— Tb—y^iewyw^- ___*__*-: MKoi-tar-iii at—abas MPb an AMc— T*cr— On nmiim. o.«to Tatter _ _ ... as,** «— By:' aeClnlB—l »»_ — .- — SB n ? i«i«h~i n~T~— -~ — ~—r jsasstw*, z _ z a CUaUCUra t- _____ »» StSSSSTf _ _ :?: =a3-3l K*dT&.iWk~ _ _ _ _ 396 *^^K&-siS£isr~rl_ » tag^-nte-j --*««« ,_ tadSiSnai- _ -„ Z _ M6,ao OMst-C-SnontnilOqipaS-t _ _ 300 _r.e__a%««eedi _ _ _ - »».»« *________2__f___ K; ?-» S3Sin~o3irtSr^: _ . _ *» mm- ? Wiiifl»gi»te- _ _ _ »_ mjgWtwtJu-. _ _ _ _ sm 5_55A!-3-im'M-a. ~ _ - aw

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COMMERCIAL. CAPRICOENIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

\ &HlM0mw7^ CinsssxusOmcx. Friday Evening. : Time kas been no improrementin busmoK roads an drying up. CwiummiratfoB wil tineion soon te restored, when there will be arad to get op sm^pta^jmagrsiations having run very short, j The shipping arrivals during the week, ! indiide Oie baraue India, with a cargo of ' produce from Hobart Town, and u. Baldntiia, j with general cargo bum Sydney. | Oniiei quotation are as /allows.-— To; Ctemout, JEM; Sprmgsure. £13 up, £10 to £11 down; &mh, £20 to £2» np. EIG to £16 retain; BUcfaD, aSS to £30 np, and £20 to : £±2 down. ! Floor, £13 to £U per ton for trade parcels. BEandK-HemessysandMarfri^uiboiML 10s.- 6d- AmagrVi cue— none under 38s. : to Ste. HortdTs, 56s. to SSs. Inferior h»blaK - - ; aje.— Teonents and Bass's bottled, Ms. fid. . Bus's porter, 13s. 6i; Blood's or Gnomes', . 143.64. ! Snare ?dcsncmg.— light counters, £33 to £36 Ufa. per ton; ration, £22 to £B,accord ing to quality. The revenue eoBectedat tfaeOustom House Korl...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

a ... ei \ SHIPPING NEWS. I Mav 1. — Lady Yoang, b., 4il tons. Captain \V. EG3, from Brisbane, April 27, via the ports. Passengers— Mrs. Twigg, Mrs. Tnson, Mir. t^aham, Messrs. Twigg, J. Watson, j DoJd, ilidson, Oraham, Master Jlobertson, j and twenty in the steerage. Wood and Wood, j acents. May 1.- James Paterson, S.R., 3S7 tons. : Captain B. Edmondson, from Sydney, April i 26.' Passengerc— Mrs. H. Beed and child, I Miss Diion, Messrs. --', E. Dyson, A- H. , Tnompson, F. Browlow, and ten in the : steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. , Ma\ 3. -BalcUrtha, s.6., 2S2 tons, Capfain W. Beel, from Svdney April 29. Passengers: ' Mrs. Johnston, MessrsTT. S. Allen and S. W. : Hartley, and eight in tfae steerage. Wood , and Wood, agents. 1 May 3-— Tinonee, s.s., ai'- tons. Captain j H. Hirst, for St Lawrence and SUckay. Passengers -. Mrs. Jesaop, Messrs. H. Wflfoni, \ Whittaker, Masters Whtttaker li), A. T. Ball, j and 10 in the steerage. Wood and Wood, L Alar a- Tadf Vonng, s, 4SI tons, Oimtsia...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. f [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

| NOTES ON THE WEtK. g The £iesislatzTC Ajssembly nite—1 ini£tnes&, and has entered opon Che jt«^m«w wi& a con sider able amount of energy. Mr. Stephens' resolutions far resumptions of land in the Settled Disorient encountered no opposition worthy tie name, and were carried by twenty-seren to eight. This decisive vote. following npoa tbose of last year in reference to this subject; should convince tins Upper House of tfae rnttrnediwiry of farther apposition, as by resisting tbe clear and un miri-.l,».lj. -w31 of the country, they would place tiiemsclvies in an invidious position, weaken their influence in lens Lilian, and szaperil their very . existence as a branch of tius legislature. The rcsolutioas in their present shape eeem to lie free from senous objection. (The land proposed to be resumed in the Port Curtis district, comprisfB a total area of 14C.O0O acres, and is pretty much the same as to localHy and extent— subject; of course to such *''*lifi'f * *-, — as s...

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Fatal Drowning Case on the Fitzroy. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

fate/ Dimming Case on the fitzroj. We regret to have to report »nad casualty on' tin river, eariy ;esterdxy morning, resulting in the Ion of three lisa. It appears. Cram *he j^n^a^o »b have been able to gather, that a party, -ir**'''*4'^ of £onr men., and -two. vonien, rjuip np to town yilllf ttme dmii^ Sattrrd»yfromtheojt!age,aluiijurllyingaboirt seven |||'***i' down tbe nvet- xiicy left no tiietr celnxb fna Bfti ilinnilru ajbont .imebe o'clock on Saturday —yAt^ fbe patty then consisting of Sir. and Sfcs. Hna; lir. and Mrs. Lndwell, and a man named Brodrnan Diris. The boatin vines tkerwen-coneyed amved near the Dredge about oae o'cVrjck vesterday ntoming. Bnt beie » cutaa trnpoe «imed. Owing to the dark nee then, prevailing, the boat struck across tie bows of the Dredge, the remit being flat the boat jTgawrd and its occnpints vete tiixoimL into tbe vater. ladweu got held -of the Dredge, when his -»2e and Mra. then sank mtder the Dredge aid 'the ram set . bnn. got . On j''''g to toe...

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REVIEW. THE SEMI-TROPICAL AGRICULTURIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

REVIEW. THE SOU -TROPICAL ACaiCrtTrRIiiT. * An important addition has been made to the j literature of this colony by the weU-kno*m ; editor of the Qmeen* audr, Angus Mackay ; ? und the fact that «wdi a book hw been fdt l»y ! acttlta^ ^ani£Dera% furoeni, j-cd crJooisto : generally as a great want for years past, it* ' Bafiicient to -eneore the mcceas of the worif. : especta&y as the talented «sd nracticn} author ; . has had many veais' experience in these ; , matters in Qaeettsland, and speaks from what i he Itoowt and testifies of what he has seen. : The work embraces an endless variety of ; mibj«cte bearing upon agricnltnral, horti- ; ; cnltnxal, and bash topics, and gives instrnc- j , twos in ?& plain and intelligible statutes* as to the feeding, eelectiBg, and general manage- ; ment of «Etoek, indodanc «heep. horses, catuet, frigs, Angora goate, poaftoy, bees, vQkwornui, : etc. As a campendmrn ol useful inforniaiiot. 1 ^ ttei«*ad kindred eobjectai, it has no «qaa...

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