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Licensing Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Licensing Meeting. The usual monlUr Tirpnring Meeting ra held in tlie Court House, RoShamptoB. yesterday, when the following apnliadionE me eansideTed ; — For Renewal ot General Publican's license : — In Bockhampton : IsabeUa HOI, Bailway Hotd; Bernard Pene, Cremome Hotel; James Barclay, Cricketers' Arms Hotel ; Cor nelius Hourigan, Alma BoteL Country Pub lican's license .- James Smith Bryden, Sebas topol Hotel, Sebastopol ; John Gil.bs, Bailway Hotel, n-estwood; John Beattje, Dawson Inn, Dawson Bridge ; Hugh Fulton, Grace mere Hotel, Gracemere ; J. E. Squibb, Boyal , Hotel, Uarlborough. For Transfer of General PubJicans License: — In Eockbampton .- Mli MoDoy to Henry Batcher.- Post Office HoteL Country Pub lican's license : O. H. BoyBon to Benjamin HamObm, Cowarral Hotel, Cowarral ; Fergus Borne to Patrick Murray, Hibernian HoteL ! Herbert's Creek. j Xew application: Country Publican's license, Edward John M'Donald, Mae's Hotel, Gracemere. \ Adjourned application : Country Publican...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Official Motif cations. The following notincations appear in Satur day's (May IJ Gorrrumrmt OozetU:— AjToncTJiENTs— W. B. O. Hfll, to be Warden nnlcr the Gold^eUs Act of 1874; William Samweu, to be Mining H^g^t—-^ Bsveuswood, rict W. JB. O. B»W. promoted s H. G. Lynde, A. Mertnuer, and J. Slade, to be Government Agents to accompany ampa* ecnploved in cartriu' Polvnesians betwfiol Qneensbmd and the South Sea Islands. Reserves. — A icacne for a coomaBve bas . been granted on tbe Walsh Biver, Eabaer Biver Gold-field ; one hundred and forty-Sine acres and three roods i»ve been granted m (he parish of Goobnrrum, eomtia; of Oook, for k 'Ti'r'iiiT'l^ra in tn iiMiilfnlli ? I'— of a bonded store, Cooktown. . '

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Resumptions. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Land Resumptions. Is the Legislative AwsnM y. oo the 5th mst, *J*e n.h'Tfa-' for Loads moved the rewlntaoa sUadit^inhnianicforthe rramnptkmoJ certain lands kdd under lease in the Settled Dmtricfe. la support of the resolutions, Mr. Stephens passed under review the state of the serenl districts in which the resomptians were proposed ta be made, showing that there was in all a demand for more land, of a class ?nibble for selection. Having treated upon the several district* from the Sooth npwards to SundalieEg, he said ; — At Eockhamptoa and Gladstone, in the Port Curtis District, the selections were falling off for want of editable areas near the market, although a great demand for land existed there, especially land in email qnan L ' tities for agricultural purposes. Near Eock . ? hamptttt the demand was principally for land in large areas, for dairying and grazing pur pose*. In January last, f rtr a niece of land, of 830 acres, not very near Ritckliaiiiptoa, there were twenty-five a...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Permanent Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Permanent Building Society* Protestant Alliance Permanent Bonding, land, and Investment Society, was held, ia the Pro t*y]wi% TfoJT, Alma-sfxeet, last night. There ?-' - by Mr. Botcf. oiling upon Mr. F. L. tand herg to take the chair. Mr. Xasvbebg '^ that this 'was a meeting ;-. .. to winch all favourable to tie formation of a. 'RniHh»g and Investment Sodety on Hie basis proposed irere invited. A _'-- _ society formed on the permanent principle had, to his own knowledge, worked well id . : - Melboarne, andhebtiiered tfiat^reat success v ? tad m all cases attended societies of this kind. ?:'_ TTip Building Societies at preseiit in existence in Bockhunpton. might be succeeding, but he . - tiiongbt there -was mnch room for another, \- especsatty vfaen lie looked arouud and saw so - l many tenements of a rcry meagre and insuffi ' '-m oent character, of which the homss of the working men were composed. This led him to think that what was wanted was to offer *»*ZK*5»*i to the iroddng clas...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. ALONE IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

POETRY AND TRIFLES, f 7-^j ALONE IK TBE WOEID. ^1 axantnttewDrfa.sslatttnrtfeaaaaaaOT, .j£, WUDesaMtoeksst,aDdlovMaBcsaBcsne; ^ lAeattsa or tbeSjmst, wtaea smekBTtBehkat, ? ,J, WU«elnad»anwnie^artlesret,te-,ana1mi. ~ i Trr-' — — — ? ? 1- hi ma in i.mi ? ms«iii. ?; AsUieyinasuaiXCrotaiBCribaarCtaaK, ? --.-'.i Cariafiut.lMataeManawtoiaav.tfa*,. ' ;Z Ob : vim win Ike eot be; IteaaaotBMksa). - ..?* laaettvatl.asR^.^wbecSxbmoaeesantal, 'M ThetainwatfriesaaUpmvnMlvatetot; , '.VS BnCaowtliiDgsireebaesed,tk«taacoatsaias; - ,'- -fe:ttatfwtav«aMy--rto'-alas»i»cliewssB.' --?g oatzve I e^ea the rivet's awkelzani, -^':2 1te«aterlosgwi!ch*a^es*r*aa«eeaBa, ? -« ana ttosabt tang heart, tw«ae»eu«»v an- if Bebw there, tin aa now, aa~alaae in the wane.* - ; ? And upward rve testa! at the network orbem, ' '% IboaettratlialbevmtleilKEsaaCanliatove, ? A' irfttemHIaeljponaoTOliOlianittethere, :f WkatlaBst«p«iearU--«Bbaaaw«rton; ? 'i-.'i TeslataKintbewcrla. Tl'i. ?ii.nliln nN.in. 'A Ttatweigbsdantlieheaita...

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COOKTOWN. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

COOKTOVTS. April It The Alexandra brought .'& sheep from Sydney ; tbe Violet, ketch. 100 from ttock hamptoo ; the Iljaciug Wave, 150, in very poor condition, from Brisbane. The Victoria, steamer, brought 61 horses and 150 very fine sheep from Towosville — thev were fattened on Peak Downs. Tbe Isabel^ schooner, landed 1 40 sheep from Bockhampton, in low condition ; also 17 head of very tine catde out of a mob of thirty shipped, having lost thirteen on the passage. Shippers of stock must get vessels of a different dass, else they will be subject to great loss.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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BARCOO. April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

BABUOO. April 9. Tbe weather is bUH dry, but there is every appearance of tain. Uof ortuoately it doss not ' |»ur down ; it is needless to say that it would be much welcomed. The frontage to the main roads leading from Tunbo toCooper'sCreekand Bowen Downs is commencing to look very dry and scarce at grass. The traffic on these roads is heavy ; for tbe last month thousands of sheep and cattle have passed over it, inde pendent of several mole of travelling horses, bound for tbe gold-adds in the north for sale. 700 bead o£ mixed cattle passed through on the 30th March, Mr. Collins', of Westgrove, on the tipper Daweon, bound for Cooper's Crest to a new ran; Mr, Henderson in] charge. j 770 bead of mixed cattle, tiie property of ? He D. Persee, of tbe Logan, passed through i 30th .March, bound for his new station on tiie western banks of Cooper's Creek ; Mr. Hard- ; ing in charge. These cattle look very well ; : tiierc are. some heavy bullocks amongst tkc : lot, and well bred Jieifera. Ju...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock and Country Reports. PORT CURTIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Stock and Country Reports. (Tnm Or Comer. H*t I.I POBT CURTIS. I as sorry to report the death of one of the best bred and bndaomeat blood GDies in tbe district, by Bainswortfa out of Mr. B. Boss' stud mare Sasciana ; sue was not an Cora day, and was found a week past on Sunday King on the beach dead, having tumbled over tiie precipitous rock* either during the dark or during a severe thunderstorm between Satur day and Sunday. ISais is not a mere money loss, for if she ba-t ? locked ' she would have left her stamp behmd her. Mr. Rose refused 100 guineas for her some time ago. Labour and wages remain as formerly quoted, tile one needed, and tbe other in excess of its real country value, convemeace alone being to be paid for.

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MACKAY. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

MACKAT. May 14. M*Sherry, a carter, beat Us wife to death la»t night She was drunk at the time of the assault It is proposed by the cricketers here to send a challenge to Rockhampton for a *'«*-'li at the forthcoming race time. Mr. Delissa delivered a aaccessfnl lecture fd the sugar indnstzy, on Wednesday evening.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Later Telegrams. GEORGETOWN. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Later Telegram. GEORGETOWN. MavH. Tbe Escort learea to-morrow, via 8330 on. ofgoR Serenty tons of stone from the Sang Panly Reef, Ko. 2, gava 220 azs. of gold. Five crashing' '— * *?»»^« are «t wodc, moi leefing generally is improving in tins district

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. SERICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

. S9 ? Esl I STATION, GARDEN. & FIELD. I SEKICClTCBE. Although nothing has yet been attempted in the Central and Northern districts of Queens land to make silk producing one of her indus tries or specialities, it is nevertheless manifest tbat her advantages for undertaking seri culture are maav and very decidedly in her fevour- Proof abounds on every hand, and Hut very much to our disquietude, tbat grubs, caterptQazs. and everything in the way of the rooti family, are perfectly at home in our climate, and tiie sflkworm being a native of temperate and semi-tropical countries, would prosper and pay with ns, if proper preparation was only made for a start on a satisfactory basis. The principal food of tiie silkworm — tile mulberry^tS«ivea here to perfection, and requires as little care and' culture for the production of its leaves as anything well can and the constant demand for ihe raw' tt— **»'°* in the home market, with the price it bo readily com mands, would justify an ind...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

\ NOTES ON THE WEtK. f disaster, attended with fngfaffnl loss of tSe. The steamship SAifler, bonnd troaa. New Tack. to Saathainpton, went aground in a fag or the tiie Scffly Idea, near the Cornish coast. Out of 355 soolfi on board, only forty-four were eared. Jfo names of Anstnliaas have been traced in the list of fnssengera. 13ftw«aix niifliHffB. cbidly containing fM'UJ-HBiiK'rn. naYt been recovered from the wreck. TVy Ttftwirf^r 4Vm- ff am.^ in txmtwtpimu* rtf iff health, has been compelled to retire from the Utnistrf and resign his scat in Fariamatt* and the Assembly stands adjourned tin Tues day next, when the Premier wffl inform the Houbc what he has done or proposes to do to nil up the vacancy in the Cabinet. Who will be Mr. Stephens' successor is at present a matter of mere omjtaAuMi, but rumour divides the chances between Mr,. Dickson and Mr. Douglas. Although Mr. Stephens' retirement was not «pfMsently induced by political considerationfi, it ib known ^iiafr dissen&...

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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

SATCRDAV, MAT 15, 1S73. Paramount over all other subjects at the present moment to residents of Cen tral Queensland is the continued suspen sion of traffic in consequence of the state of the roads. The inconvenience and loss from this cause being suffered both by town and coumrv can hardlv be over-estimated. and should the{ ' blockade ' last much longer, the effects ! »-QJ be most disastrous. Under these f-jrt-mngtTmfjK; mnr-h impatience is felt by our anxious community with regard to the progress of the worts on the railway. The principal block of traffic lies between the present terminus of tbe line and die Seven-mile camp, and the question has been seriously asked — Cannot these few miles of rafl be urged on at a iaster rate, and brought speedily to such a stage of advancement as would allow of its being utilised for traffic? This question acquires increased force from the con sideration that the railway up to the present time, while it has been a charge to the colony, has proved...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

MAIDS via TORRES STRAIT, for the United KtiigJ^i , tbe Continent of Europe. India, Cbuu, etc., win CLOSE at this office on SATURDAY, S2nd instant, as under; — For Registered Letters at 6 p.m., and for Money Orders at 4 p.m. For Kewspapers and Book Packets at 7 p-m. Ordinary Letters, for all places except the United Kingdom, at 7 p.m. and f or thelJnited K'inr»-1fffTi only at S p.'1. DANIEL PETERSON, Postmaster. Post Office, Rockhampton, May 13, 1S75. ITKE ROCKHAMFTOX BCLLETTN, J_ pnblished every morning at five o'dock, is the oldest and most widely-circulated news paper in Cental and Northern Queensland. In addition to rmstworliiy local news, tiie readers of the Bciaetis are provided wutthe latest telegraphic and other intriligmcpfrom all rarts of the wodd. Metr politan and official jews is catered for by a special correspondent dstzoned at Brisbane, and arrangements are in progress for securing correspondents in every important town in the colony. As mn advertising medium, tie Bctx...

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THE CZAR AT BERLIN. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

THE CZAB AT BEBLJS. Losdok, Mav 13. to the Emperor of t^rmany, has called man BUniark. It is expected that the risit is of a peaceful tendency.

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BANQUET TO SIR GEORGE BOWEN. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

. BAXQCET TO SIB GEORGE BOWEX. Lokdox. April 30. ; A most successful banquet has been given at Dublin iu honour of Sir George Bowen, the Governor of Victoria, now on leave of absence. H.E.H- the Doke of Edinburgh took the chair, and the company numbered three hun dred. In consequence of domestic affliction, toe Earl of Carnarvon was unable to be present. The principal speakers included Sir Ueorge Bowen ; Earl of Eimberley, recently Secretary of Stats for the Colonies ; Lord lisgsr, formerly Governor of Xew South Wales ; Date of Manchester, President of the Koyal Colonial Institute; Sir James FenjnsBOn, ex-Governorof New Zealand * Bight Ban. Tfaoh Cuudera, St. P. ; Mr. James Lowther, M.P., Padiamentary Secretary, Colonial Departmeot; Major4}eneral Sir Henry Bawunson, President of the Royal Geographical Society ; Mr. 3. G. Francs, recently Qrief Secriuy of tbe Goremment of Victoria; and Mr. A. Midrie, Agent Genecal for VictoKia, ** *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

PROPOSED AXXEKATIOX OF KEW' I GCI-TSA. I Losdox, April 30. Aw influential deputation has awaited upon tbe Eight Hon. the Earl of Carnarvon, Secre tary of State for the Colonies, to urge the iwmriwi of Neir Guinea to the colonial pos- ! seasons of the Crown. Lord Carnarvon, in I replying to tbe memorial, acknowledged the importance of the subject; and was of opinion that the Government must proceed with cau lion in atieinptiDg snch a step ; at the same j time he was anxious to receive each informa- I £ou as would prove to him that the Anstra- i lian colonies were *-»lri*w some interest in the ' 'icestion. j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WOOL SALES. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

THE WOOL SALES. - '~ Loxdox. Have. '- The competition which marked flie wool sales at the commencement of the present series, continues, and tbe bidding is spirited.

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AUSTRALIAN OUTWARD MAILS. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

AUSTRALIAN OCTWABD Mjurs LoxTTOf. SI*r6. -' The P. and O. Company', steamship Kinxa, with the AprQ malls from EagUnd, left OaUe for Merbouroe to-day (Sth), o» day earlier than contract time. **h~:

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STATE AND CHURCH. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

STATE ASO CHUBCH. Loj-dos, Mir UL In the Italian Parliament, tfae Premier ' promised legislatian to protect State aAmitiim. tration of ecclesiastical property.

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