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

Ciermont and Copperpeld. By the mail on Wednesday, weareinrcceiptof j the P. D. Telegram of the 2Sth ultimo, it is j full of intelligence respecting the late sains | and Hoods, cud contains interesting items of ' imni«-g and other news. ] A meeting is called for Wedoeadav, tie 12th ! instant, at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Qer- 1 moat, for the purpose of ai-ranging pre liminaries for the formation of a Peak Downs Pastoral and Agricultural Society. ! A gentleman writing to us from Gordon i Downs on Saturday, says the rains were very j beavy aS orcr the Peak Downs, putting ail the . creeks up. but not high enough to do any j damage. Hnntley Creek was very heavy, but I Retro was only a '&uriihmg,'*GflpeDa, Abor, i ?ndtitecredcat Gordon Downs woe «UweH np, tmt flw rain came in beavy ahowen, and ge flood wrmters rf one shower had fane to gp^^^^^^^aw-a. mdmae betare flu next caaen. HicreBa hoax team near Beta, and another near Jiixr. tmt s»itln rwffl he «Ue to mwetoreomedayi. '. Tw...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POETRY AND TRIFLES. THE FIRST SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

I POETRY AND TRIFLES^l THE F1EST SORROW. BeumrrLbo?! eoatlllto-BJEbt; Unte veKbee, twaa ease m wjfett ; Wcuy atwtlaEi, with tairfrt1-y^ IWienUv tatam »e win set eie. Ob,Oi-M--a-i0iet«-4ee»*-d-awz, -*'nnr irir-in fmai tan In 11 1 Itti ? email 1 Hal . ?Thy wot mon lane ae brjgjit deee aaah ? Whe& ttie annablne ana man ats taaoajas; ajeo^ Wimjoy am pirartj an -m ttt wmfc *»»y to -webraae the teaMtitol Cbi^bj; Aad cUxsb or bgot ha tbt crjial abore Art &SUI& m at window aad aear? Woy wat Hub so, my own met eaOt? ?? ^. ? n . ? ^ — Iin umkt Wben sairn ar tke eeepM cetaariaB l' Ker dare to laaaeh Uv Bole ton; tntrmiiT nnrt ? awail afiul ' Ah: IbanwatduMiliecwiiliJealaBan, Hue satei^d ttj taae- witt eaneat Jaj, And earesnd tor font, ar/aacel her. Benea «Os It, I rke dam ten abew, Wttk the Uth and tte iraat of a name* Ian. Cos.— What a flu diSaranee betmaa «'?» atara and ebootingstarj ?— lie bat aa 'a»a,' ibeMconddntom. Hsmra. Pbogsst.— I dn»»t not tasaal -orhubeaatyhe...

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THE ORANGE DESTROYING MOTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAPRICORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

^E OKAXGE-raSTBOYIKG SIOTH. td isk cnovkE. of tffr CAfsxcoesuK. Sa, H ?»a K», t-ttg-Maam of-tte 70=, TftfriaiT rtjjjig»jp yppjriP he empriaed at Hie] ?yijmtafy of uQlt lying OU tilfi gTOOttd. paxtily I or wholly rottes. On ofeearing closely yon ] ?mR perctivc that the damaged araoge ia punc tured; that tiifi, juioe of tiie ceils in the division correspoodwiz to tbe litUe holes Kas been extracted, leanag free access to the air aiKla-itfadi»iB£t^rappi-rttotfaeriiid,wUicli, j of '?'?n^ tqrjt-a as sood as decomposition begins. Seme fruit. staB on the branches, and apparently sound, when pressed by ihe hand, gpve little' jets of juice; tbey have been muti lated also, and will soon falL TVHI it not be of jiablic interest to repeat in yonr columns what you said already on this matter as tar back as iSG9, namely, that the uriiolesale destrocHmx in the orangeries in that year was the votk of a Inge moth, tfae 0p6i deres Zeflomia of the entoOKdogtst — as I vas aftemrds told. The largest of th...

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The [?]. SATURDAY. MAY 8. 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

§bt Ssfitircrsiim. SATUKDAY, MAY 8, 1ST3. Ouvtr Twist, standing before the great Mr- Bcmdle, and asking for ' More,' — while that functionary dispensed the small modicum of gruel which the parish authorities allotted to its juvenile paupers, is not only the representative of the unfortunate starvelings who put him fonvaid as their spokesman, but is alsoa symbol of pauperism both in its nature and working that, happily, we are not likely to realise in Queensland to a large extent. Still, the support of those who will not, or who cannot, earn a livelihood for themselves is likely to become a ques tion of importance in tbe future. Every accession to the population implies an increase in the number who may need the help of others for the sustenance of life. That help must be given by private charities, by the public Treasury, or by Benefit Societies, and accumulating experience is demonstrating that, when given, it should be bestowed in such form and under such conditions as pre serve t...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAPRMORNIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

«s oui EWKMt -w (mKummaus. &t — Fenait . mt {hxaugh. ^onr fsahumax ta paint ont Vfatlacy which often deludes those vhoare attxious'fbr tbe~ construction of call-' «r«, and among them tiie loadstone cojrs pandlarkoitheM. «SawcCr. It is bud to imagine what could have induced an. old stager ljke &»? editor of that naper to dance so eagerly aBer such a wiff-o^the-wisp as tile proposed GbioBtrae-Socbhimpton raflVay, vbiat the sole benefit to the up-ebmmryKSI. denta .woald be an additional Iiiaght, at ptesent.railway ia]zs,.of £3 to £4 per ton on the Wnolfi of tiiesr sup(Bie& and proaiice. He fallacious assumption is that railway feama* costs nothing. 'The chief advan tage,' eayr the cum-MnindpTit, eoneera mg ti»e scheme ?'» tiiat tile enor mous eiteBt of back country would have access to a port St for vessels of the largest as,' te, fcc., forgetting that an outlay of tile amount named in improving present f» j^Ki ?« woqild ^j'*''fJ«*^ tike same end, and materially...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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AN ADVENTURE WITH AN AFRICAN "TIGER" [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

AS ADTEKTCSB WDH AN AFBICAS. 'HGEB.' At the Cape of Good Hope, and in all the British possessions lying north of the aame, ft isensbimary to all tbe bopard a « tiger,' an* by the hitter name it is ajmast exdimveir known.. How the mistake came to he ongisate* it h difficult to see, as oseis spotted, and Ihe other striped; but so it 11; and those persons wb» resided in the Cape Oohwies for Boy considerable thne are often reedy.,*! I can tastily Cram my own experience, almost to quarrel with any one who asserts that the tiger is not fonid there. There are those who should know better. however, to keep them in countenance^ for it wsj bat the other day, as I -was looking, over a book -for boya,' published by^mTof onr. most enterprising firms, that I found it stated that the northern part, of Africa— the coast of Barbary, for instance, where the wicked Harry in the epeUmg-book etory. trie boy who aaid, «t don't eare,' was eaten by boo.— were infested, among other andaairable annuls, by tw...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALES AND SKETCHES. A TALE OF HOMBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

; TALES AMD SKETCHES. A TAMXW HOHBUJtO. 3he Igtberan cen-cU.i.l of Homburg vor der Hohe fax DO speenl ettrarrkra for a imaR, tnuesaft belhe profuvisn of flowers wirieh ip-H namlltannt Ban red, white. aJad Tuna .usIiTbh .lisa ?—? '-I'' A' .—*—?'?—? j asd,«*a(ion of wad-flowers, seam to motk with thdrgBietytDefadehadow»efthegrave-stonee.| 1K^*%imraiiir^*lBndmaenrilplotofl their own. foowsBintrrBimnisttre jsiissde,! andanaontiii im» burls and Hoy nelbi,a] suBm^nnfV-1**— * 'mt ''fc atreffisedcunopy. Dwenifain Don eenerauy left to the bounty of Hatare then to the one of man, hit oeessmaaDv may be ssen ? eombra acnreamoa* n»nrrra~AVwer4ed. or trimarioc the borders afsmneloved mdamre. I was arroHing one Jane eveuing anna the tombs and loses, when I «»w the seat fn one of ' the link gsrdeni occopirf by a men ehd in deep I ?..-.. ?.;?- ? An bgnahmen certainlr, from h» appeannoE.Iat'oiiceJorlgedaimtabc.benjr.1 lX ? I tie nice of a little brown-eyed, ruddy ehud, ate was toildEng about Hie path...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Peak Downs Hitting News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Peak Downs Hitting Hem. (Front lit Trlnrom. AmilZ&J The cartage of firewood has again been inter' roptetl in consequence -& the late rantf, nd the copper mine has had to reduce its m-Ji^g and refining operations accordingly. Several furnaces have been put -out, btEtasAKHXastius wood teams can get to work again tiic fmmber in blast win be rased to its fanner icreL It must cot be supposed that it is aD deadioss to nut oat fires. If a verv large stock of wood were accumulated, so that the soKJtmff could lie carried on in spite of sm, lie iaa . would get so dry as to barn away wilii tar ton great rapidity, considerably enhaneag the cost of prsnneiag copper. , Sir. Yat Lit was good enough to anowns -? on Thursday last a splendid lot of gold bond hi an alluvial sinking near MtttdanaW's. «at. The sold had been beaten with a -hammer to free it from dirt and quartz ; bat it wax dffl rAain ia be seen Hiat it was lien, coarse, sng getty metal, and of great value. It was cab- : ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

1 LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. f CTk would «all *ttea&mi to * valuable ktta in oar cumafpoodeaice mfc1''*, referring to the larpe modi which, in some Beasons, proves *- datmctxre to oranges in ibis dis trict It would appear tint oar orangeries are acain Buffering tmm. a Tieal&tnm of tiese pesta, and ' Pomona' has doce good service S«r ^n^wr aUMrfW to the sabiect. and pnmtM..; oat bow the evil maybe abated. He ias left m semi «pprrtnn.s of Hie moth in 7n»tjon, wfckh may be seen at oar office by penoiu interested. Bv thets. Tinonee, which aulcd an Tuesday luonring, Mr. Heniy Milted, solicitor of m j ?; dozen yeara* straffing in Bockhamptxm, took j bis denature nbrtfawwtU— ins destination, we before, being Coattowu, vfaere presumably a I better fieU exists than here for tbe exercise of j tint gcntienaa*s prof eBsonal talents. Iitiga- . lion has declined in Rockhampton, and tbe las ! of a 'BnAtJ the lawT' however distingnished. \ can be home vi&ont any serioae calamit...

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Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Gladstone. . - fFEOM OCB. im -33BBCSEOSM«T.l Scbod-of. Artetnok place, at the Xsm Hall on Tuesday evening. The- Tnoctisg n well attended, and Mr. B. Harvey U saember-of tile Committee), was voted to tin du: The bmdrjess of the meeting ?» near, as I could understand was the further iwmkn UanlJii propriety ol rjurcnaswg seme | fancy allotment^; to which I have heroee ; direcW attention. . ? , I The opnuoos exxsnsed were as opposite as could be, one party considering thesitethe] beet usable, involving n* extn owt for { ioanoifcon, oar presenting *ny objectionable I tnture whatever, the other party, win- i tuning Hut tie site KM inoo K»? ?aitable, that great expense was unwudahleaajoaJaag the fomdatron, that better site werc.a-jsflal-le at a lower price, or that a good site .Blight lie had by making application to the Government j in the usual way, i ?..??. ? Some member* auftmL the questions raised involved * want of confidence in the —y-afa., mJ th^t i[ thr mi -rinr guf An an adnac vo...

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BRISBANE. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

BRISBA--E- Mav7. A Government Extraordinary notifies that a writ has been issued for the return of a r— 'fc^1 to serve in the Legislative Assembly for the riftctorate of Boweu, in the room of X H. Fitzgerald, resigned. The nomination U fixed for the 14th May, and the polling for tie 4th June.

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Later Telegrams. MILLCHESTER. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

Later Telegrams. MTLLCHESTEE MavT. The reborns of tic Warden's office for tie month of April, an this beld, show a revenue of fSZi. Three new leases have been applied for, and seventeen prospecting areas. Zdst sight the wrfW ^HjJ at Chartes? Towers to ask for Hie erection of a Court House, and petition against Chinese immigra tion, lapsed. A meeting was held and stewards for the «nni,l races elected. Ferer-and-ague is prevalent.

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ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

, ANNEXATION OF SEW GCDSEA. Lokdok, April 30. Ab imlawitrll ^uriit.m of gentlemen interested in the Australian Colonies waited upon Ead Carnarvon to-lay, and urged mon feteadvisauffityoflfceaMaBSBonofKe* Bii baa* admitted «»^?f^»«^ nla-1s|.r-'-*t-' ' - BntaahMinnBrnilwi, bwt aaMtwt Cu»tluu«usl mnat proceed cautionahr. a^we'Ci* wrtUSam -hil iam«i«Ti- ??!*-

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MESSRS GRIFFITH, FANNING, AND [?] WOOL CIRCULAR. Sydney, 9th April, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

JOSSES. «£ZFTTTH, TJ&rSTSG, ASD VO'n. WOOL ClfiCCLAB. Sydne%-, 9th AnriL IST5. Whes ifismng our last report we commented on what seemed to na an unwarranted fall in ? pace estabfahed at fee conuoencemept of Hlq London February sales, and tin* news Eubee- ' ^neutly recerred oE cmttnoed firmness witii. j upward tendency, resaltang nlthnately in an advance of Id. to lid. before the close of the sale, hsB been very welcome. Still end flnccoalaons and uoerenness are not prodac- i tire of good, Tririle they serve as an argument 1 for not Trying on. lihe one nanLet system. If \ witi an offering of 396^000 balea in February j tbe market was nnmanaeeable, what is to be . expected when 400,000 hales come to be sub- j nutted xo tite way aeries, 4W cumeCabmg liaax UM»Mb more Heb in anamonding] ynadjaat^ear: ^^ j tiinaze tending to awn forward tse year's I am]gyand account for tile laixer oSermgsin fte vafliy aeries of sales Can -we expect ' manafictarere and others to remember that tie ...

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

SHEEP AND CATTLE STATIONS HuSo, USSTOCKED COCXTEY. W/llXIAM HENDBEK has instrnctions W to Sell several very excellent CatUe Properties with extensive improvements, and Stock varying from 750 to 4090 head in fie Settled and Unsettled Districts of Queensland; also, Sheep Stations of small and large extent, as well as some first-class unstocked breeding and fattening conntry of tile best description, under long lease, beyond the reach of free ?electors. WTTT.TA\f HENDI1EK has had an expe rience extending over 30 years in General Merchandise, Lands, Stock, and Sta tion Business, and his best energies win always be exercised for tbe promotion of the interests of those who may fji mu1 fcaa with instructions for the transaction of any nraliTtnkrng requir ing promptness and attentive eare ; and be solicits a continuance of tiiat kind patronage which he has enjoyed for so many years, as also the support of new constituent. Offices in Tovn Rail, Brisbane, and in Ips wich, atii April, 1873. WI...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 8 May 1875

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTHS.     FINLAY.--At Zilzie, Emu Park, on the 3rd instant, the wife of G. C. Finlay, of a son. COOPER.--At Mount Athelstane, on the 29th ultimo,     Mrs. Henry Cooper, Talagi, of a son. WRIGHT.--On the 27th April, at Dalwood, Hunter       River, N.S.W., the wife of A. A. Wright, of a son.

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COMMERCIAL. CAPRICONRNIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

COMMERCIAL Cafricoe-TIAk Omct, Friday Evening. Tas roads are atzQ dosed to traffic, conse quentiy there is no perceptible improvement in the tone of business. The rates of carriage have not risen, although fat eae or two in stances lazige pnees have been offered csxriers to tempt them to move at once ; but where is inevitable, for travelling is not jet possible. The arrivals by aea during Che week have been the barane Woratsh, with sour, from Adelaide; the schooner Fiorina*, with a large general cargo from Melbonrne, and the usual coasting vessels. The India, barque, has sailed for Newcastle, to ballast. Flour is quoted at £13 lib. to £14, for large trade parrels. Brandies.— There is a slight rise in Hen nessy's, the market in Sydney being almost bare. Other brands are about the same as last week. Beer.— Bulk scarce ; none in hand of first class brands. Bottled ale and porter unaltered. Sugar has an upward tendenc*.

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Correspondence. EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAPRICORNIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Correspondence. EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAP8IGOBN1AN. Sib,— As the Board of General Education than £120,000, it behoves us to seTthst this amount is fairly distributed for the benefit of those who provide it. The Board report that in 1874 they erected ten schools, without any local aid, at a cost of £8000, and three more at a cost of £5000. with less than ten De cent of local aid. On the other hand, four schools in whose localities more than ten per cent of the estimated cast has been locally wtl^fpii^^ and nine in which nothing hss, whose joint cost is to be £1800, are 'waiting for subscriptiona.' Among the former names ore Brisbane and neighbourhood (three schools, £4000), Warwick (£2000), and Gympie (two schools, £900). Iwnmjr the latter are Charters Towers (£800), Dawson Bridge (£400 — £73 subscribed), Fleetwood, Ncbo, Oriey, and Warner. Is it because the last are better educated, t-., not in so much need t at is it because they ore richer, that they are required eo pay ...

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College for Engineer at Japan. (Engineer, February 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

College for Engineers at Japan. CEmgmeor. Fdrmar* 13.1 As an example of what a. Government engineering college should be, we cannot do better than cite the institution at Tokei, in Japan. Tbe Japanese Govern ment are just in the sxme position as that of India. They want engineers, and they have established a. college to supply them. The calendars of this college foi i8jj. and 1874 lie before us, and .they contain a. great deal that is friiimrmiy soggestive. Tbe Imperial College of Engineering was established at Tokei in 1873, 'under the orders of tbe Vaster bx Vobbc Woris, with a. view Id ibc education of titgiiif ns -far service in die Department of Public Wotfa.' AU the strnkob are Japanese, and all the professors arc British. The principal is Mr. Henry Dyer, CE-, MJL, University of Glasgow, wHk the professors of natural philosophy, mathe matics, r4^/»iiii«jiy1 drawing, and Fiigirsh liw jiin» are all men of high attainments. At the end of the calendar for 1874 examples of the exam...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

I SHIPPING NEWS. AB3XVAIS. May 7. — Waraiah, barque, 202 tons legialer. Captain T. M- Fisher, from Adelaide. April 23. Passenger : Mrs. FUher. B. M. Hunter and Co.. acents. May 7. —Florincla, schooner, 150 tons register, Captain W. T. Johnstone, from Melbourne, April 2t II. M. Hnnter and Co., agents. May 7. — Pride of Logan, schooner, 22 tons register. Taylor, master, from Brisbane. Master, agent. May 7.— Freddy, schooner, 79 tons, Captain { Davie, from L Inland, No. 1. in ballast. Ma* 10.-Tinonee, s.s., 265 tons, Capt H. I Hint, from Maekay, May 8, vis Broadsound. ?Passengers— Miss Murphy. Miss McBryde, Messrs. Crsn, Danes, Ecklin, Ham, and six in tie steerage. Wood sad Wood, agents. May 10. — Annie, schooner, 15 tons, J. Vfxtaan, master, bom Calliope, with 10,000 feet sawn timber, consigned to John Fergu son. Master, agent May 12.— Queensland, a., 287 tons. Captain F. Brookes, from Brisbane, May 6, via Mary- 1 borounh, Bundaberg, and Gladstone. Faasen- ! KersiMrs. M*Lareu, Miss Od...

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