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MAIL STEAMSHIP WRECKED. WITH IMMENSE LOSS OF LIFE. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
MAIL STEAMSHIP WEECEED, WITH IMMENSE LOSS OF LIFE. Lon-ox. May S. Tfae afa-anriiiip SchOler. bound from Kew York, to Southampton, -rith the AKtoanan aaaaa via California on board, has faeea totally wrecked near the Scffly Island*. OsSy a tew of the crew and paeseqgecs wen ?ml lASTxnvlIayM. ';''?'?? Tbe ati-rais»ip ScmBer siiat .ibm !???- Sll^oJarff*™'**™™ Wm' '*™^ IjOS&OE, auaY*13- So names of Australian coionbtsm trace aUemti- SchSler'a K* of p-^serstrom 2kew\ork. Fifty-aixbagsof mails, chiefly Bevanapen, ban: been received tram tiie wreck.
BELGIUM AND THE PRESS LAWS. LONDON, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
BELGIUM AXT- THE PRESS LAWS. London, May 5. Belgium has replied to Germany, to the efiect that her Legislature is resolved to fouoir tiiat of Germany in tbe amendment of International Laws, but will not take tiie initiative. THE POPE AILING. Loxbon, Mayo. The Pone is again unwell, and suffering from debility. THE WOOL SALES. London, May 7. Ta-enty-siK thousand (iS,-XI0) hales of wool have been sold since the opening of tiie sales, foreign buyers -especiauy French) operating keenly to supply immediate requirements. Prices obtained have been equal to the highest rates in the last series.
CURRENT TOPICS. THE LOGAN AND DOWNS ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
I CURRENT TOPICS. f THE LOGAN AXD DOWNS ELECTIONS. The lamentable waste of public time which often occurs in our Legislative Assembly is much to be deprecated. Sometimes die mischief arises from rollicking members -of Parliament, who dearly love to play practical jokes at die public expense. At other times determined opposition to a popular and necessary measure carries die delibera tions of hon. members into die small hours, when the business is rushed through with reckless haste. But there are occasions when a Minister of die Crown, confident in his majority, and in die servile blindness of fus fol lowers, attempts to ride roughshod over that section of the House which presumes to think for itself or own to die possession of con scientious scruples. In this last category must be placed die occurrence of Toes day week, when the Assembly wasted six precious hours in a wrangle over die ladia of Mr. James Gibson, the Retum ing-officer for die Logan. This gentleman was pretty truly de ...
SYDNEY. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
. SKDSEF. I auay7. : -There bat bean aSMtkeraeeae in tike Tjegs- * excmdedT TfcPr^aer, yesteiUy?nroaafced ; attention to Ike question of Boeder Duties! during the recess. The land BDl was under I discussion Jast night ; Maya : H.M.S. Baunw bom Sydney, bound for England, is at Ancdaad dkafaled, with loss of ] spars. Grattou M'Cibe, the actor, has committed ; H^ifwap \jy t^irwring liimself off Wi*- j-4rfFk : May 9. ? Tbe Government have telegrapbed to Eng land to the Attomey4jcneral to intervene in I the case of Joachim xerm O'Shannessy. There is a rush so Parkes, a payable lead j of gold having been struck at a depth of fifty . feet. May 10. StubbBand Company, auctioneers of this city, have stopped payment. Their direct and contingent liabilities are estimated at£IO0,O00. A public meeting is called for to-morrow to advocate the annexation of New Guinea. The Australasian Steam Kavigation Com pany have dispatched *?' engineer to T*iUP*i*'^ to superintend the building of two steamers. I...
THE SEAT FOR THE KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
THE SEAT FOE THE KENKI3)T. For the representation of the electorate ?T Bowen, Mr. F. T. Ahhurst has : formally come forward as a fati^Mat^ ^. and his address to the electors of that *'- ^constituency is pnblished in the Modem Mcreurg of Saturday last. Mr. Amhurst opens by saying be is ' opposed to mere Secular Education, and in favour of the present Denominational or Non-vested System.' He will attend to local re -miieuieuts, and make ft his chief duty to impress upon the Legislature the necessity of providing for the construc tion of bridges required in the district, and for die improvement of its roads, rivers, and harbours. He considers that the Immigration system wants thorough revision, and that a larger number of immigrant vessels should be sent direct to Bowen. With ttatjid to the Land Question, he con demns the prosecutions recently insti tuted by the Government as prejudicially affecting the interests of all landowners, darrassing the hona fide selector by de hredating the ...
PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
PARLIAMENTARY. BeitiBAKE. Mav 7. In the Legislative Assembly, yesterday, Mr. Palmer introduced a bill for representing native industries? The Civil Service Mutual Guarantee Bill was read a. second time. The rirst clanse was amended in committee. It is expected that the bill will be negatived when its consideration is resumed. Tfae Oaths Act BiU was read a second time. The Estimates for the Boads Denartment provide the following sums £or the different ! districts :— Moreton, £30,000 ; Darling Downs | and Western, £11,000 ; Wide B»y, £8800 ; ! Centeal, £8100 ; Xorthem, £11,000. The Loan Frfamati? amounts to one and : aJialf million, including £600,000 previously I authorised, providing £250,000 for the Roma Railway; £112,000 for the Maryborough and j Gymnie BaOWy ; £25,000 for the Brisbane ! and fnam'ch Railway ; £27.300 for the Exten- ; sion of Telegraphs ; £40,000 for the Brisbane j Dock and Wharves; £33,000 for the Townsvflle jetty ; £20,000 Cor improvements , to tfae Fitaxoy Biver...
MR. M[?]WRAITH'S RETIREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
MB. MILWRilTH'S EETTREMEKT. The details of the padiamentarv fracat which gave zest to the otherwise dull routine of the first week's proceedings of die present session, are now before us. As the telegraphic information miKr^trA the incident reflects gravely upon the veracity of His Excellency's chief adviser, and thus gives to die outer world but a sorry impression of the morality which passes muster in our little political circle. The occurrence is much to be deplored, yet it is but the unveiling of an evil which has long been known to exist The Macauster Cabinet was from the first an unholy combination. Under the flimsy but popular guise of T ilwralism, a Ministry was formed in whose collective integrity it was impossible for any but the most uninformed or prejudiced par tisan to repose confidence. The Premier was a man of notorious poli tical profligacy, and of his five associates two bad acquired unenviable distinction. The rgnummg members of the Cabinet were 'respectable, and i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
LOST. £30 TBAKSFEHABLE LAND OEDEB, in favour «€ Michael Heffly. AnypersepmtommsaoaewfflrjeiitusuJiltd. 1L BEHVLT. XOTICE. I WILL Dot be responsible for any Debta contracted in my name without my M. BEtLLV'. 1«S,LES, riSKET, AKD CO, . Importers of General Deanery, SOks, Millinery, and Men's dotting; Denison KoOaW, BOCJsJiaWll|Jnt-HL. ULI1M EOFKI N^ BnoKKnxsK AMD SnnamcB. Agent br Colonial and English Newspaper, and Magazines. Importer of the best Sewing Machines, Berlin Wools, Homeopathic Medi Cstslogues and Price Lists en application. Address-Denham-street. near the Post Office, Rftffchaimi4iini rilHOMAS H. C A VAX AC H, WHEELWRIGHT ft BLACKSMITH. Waggons, Drays, Garta, and erery descrip tion ocVehides in the Trade, mannfactaren on the shortest notice, of the best asasaned the colony. Besrsos Esubushed 1866. THOMAS H.~CAVANAGH, WHEELWRIGHT A2-D BLACKSMITH, IjOWEK Da.WdON* BOAD, R0CKHAMPTO&'. ? JT EICHHAEDT FAMILY HOTEL, fioCKHAWTOK. First-class Accommodation, Moderate Charge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
NOTICE. | ritHE nndenogued lava Hd- day entered I i into PARTNERSHIP as Graziers, amdertteeiyleandtitle of 'NORTON AND ! MORCOM.' A. NORTON, ' A. MOROOM. WACEIV ANNUAL EACES. JUNE 15th akd I6tb. MAIDEN PLATE of -Mans.; one and a-half ?da; weight for age. . HONEEE HANDICAP of «0 eovs,, with a ?weep of 2 sors, tuft, for second tune ; one and a -half mites ; nafmnstion £1 ; acceptance's. EAKDICAP HUBDLE RACE of SO en™., with a creep of 4 sovs. h-ft added ; two miles; over eight leaps, 4 & high; ttomination £1 ; acceptance £L st-T-C. HANDICAP of 130 son., with a aweep of 6 so™. 3 forfeit added ; three ?riles ; nomination £2 ; acceptance £4. All nominations with first moiety of mc]i and nomination to be sent to the Secretary on ar before 19th April. Weights poltahed in SUba, Jferaoy, April 3*. Acceptances H. F. MORGAN. Secretary. For tall particulars see «-da/ Maa»g. Jk LBKECHT 'I? E E Z. EAST STKEET. g« ok Sacs ? BBANDIES— Hennomy-s, Marten's -bulk and case. BUM— Lowndes1 and Co...
The Election of Dr. Kenealy. [?] 17) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
The Election of Dr. Kensaly. -, i J**!Fi «*??«» »*-? As event has occttrred wliich some peo p!e look upon as a jest, and Qjhers, with perhaps more caus& as **f ? serious earnest Dr^i^ly has bpenelected at Stoke-onoWInStiv a large majority.. The votes foHthfee^kamed gendeman were 6110; «pe .^t ?Vflton, the liberal 'woraig -man's candidate,' polled 41% andMr. Davenport, the Conservative, 3901. This will be a sur prise for both sides of the House. Not only would the Government and die Opposition have each been better pleased if their respective candidates had won. but the Conservatives would have pre ferred the liberal working man, and the Liberals the staunch Conservative, to Dr.£enealy. They know that he can speak by the month together ; that it is next to impossible to put him down ; and that if this feat be accomplished for a moment, he win start up the next more loquacious than ever. He comes to the House of Commons as the exponent of a cause of which the world in general ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. I We are requested by the Secretary of Hie Fitzroy Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horti cultural Society to suggest to exhibitors of j blood stock at the forthcoming show, the aurisabuily of sendinz with their entrances j foil descriptions of pedigree, as the Secretary will keep a Stud Book, which will be useful I for reference ; and that after the show he will j furnish partzcolarsto the editor of the Colonial I Stnd Book, for publication. j A PCBUC meeting for the consideration of &£ rules and the enrolment of new share holders hi connection with tbe recenliy established Permanent Bonding Society was held in the Protestant Hall, Ainu-street, on Thursday. The proceedings were presided over by Mr. Landsberg. It was decided to aj™jw-*a» ^e Words ** Protestant All.iw* ' from its present title, and that the society should be known as the Bockhampton Permanent Mutual Benefit Bunding and Investment Society. Mr. Boyce read a copy of the rules, after which in...
OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
1 OUR BRISBANE LETTER. The event of the week — I had almost said of tiie year— in this hiHocky mod highly perfumed metropolis, has of course been tbe opening of Parliament. His Excellency tie Governor, the folks here tell yon, is a great stickler for +*m mMnri*4if-a_ and less nnlike the late Governor than like 'dear good Colonel BUckalL' B&t Mr. Caims was expected to acquit himself veil on Tuesday, for he had the reputation of a good reader and gentleman ?whose manner conveys the impression that he has dnringanot very prolongcdlifetime read to i some parpose. His Excellency mast hare been I charmed with tie (-pensofbeaDty' which gniced | both floor and gallery of the ' Lords' daughter- \ house,' as all devout Radicals delight to call j it He most also have been gratified with the j genial sanies of collective wisdom which - beamed from tie senatorial benches. Xstarslly ; therefore, the Governor performed his part '. of the ceremony in an impressive ax.d graceful ; manner whi...
MILLCHESTER. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
MIMjCHESTEB. liayT. The returns of the Wardens office tor me month of April, on this field, show a revenue ?at east. Three ncsr leases have been applied for, and seventeen prospecting areas. list night the meeting called at Charters Towers to ask for the erection of a. Court Souse; and petition against Chinese antoagia tisn, lapsed. A. meeting was ]-eld and stewards for the 3mmal races elected. Fever-and-ague is prevalent. Hay 10. late cradlings from 454 tons of stooc hare «ven a return of £97 ozs. of gold. 400 Ions of Btone from St. Patrick Beef are scing thruush the machine ; 167 tons No. 2 -3aim, Bainbowlieef, are cleaning np; USozs. .of hard amaLam have been taken off the states, which looks for 3ozu. gold to the ton -ol atone.
THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN. [VIA TOWNSVILLE, MAY 10.] May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
3a J ? tsi 1 THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. f CO0KT0WN. £Via Tovtssville, May 10.1 : Mav 7. '?Che --»— ^'?jp- Japan and Scotland, arrived here from Hongkong, on Sunday night (May 3} twinging 2500 Chinese and 1000 tons of cargo. The passengers are in splendid li—lrt^ and -V»kto»u is quite alive with them. The «tores are doinc a solendid trade. There are no loug-kaudTe shovel* on hand — stocks having ljeen all bought up. The steamship Tom Morton has left llongkong with 800 Chinese for tiiis part, and is hourly expected. The steamship Scotland returns direct to I JJougkong. I Hie Japan leaves here for Newcastle on Monday (10th). The B.& Florence Irving, made a splendid mn from Briabane here in tive days, stoppages included. The fi.fi. VicfoHia arrived to-day, fainging i 150 passengers. People are leaving town lor the Palmer. Hk miners at the Palmer are shiicing ex- ! «ensrrdy. Gold is coming in freely. I Us s.«. Laicliuardt, took 4sS3Q ounces of gold. Thes-a. Clarence Irving, left for t...
ON DEBATING [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
OBT DBBATUJU 800EBSBB. BEBtitsa Soeietigi are places arbere men with white frees meet totalkacroa* s table at one another. They pat the moat unwell man in a chair, and when they are talking they an often offensi»e to him 'Sir.' Some of. them when the? stand op to talk, get very red in the (aces and. look into the gaslight and bite their knuckles, and sway- their bodies, and become so very tick that they ait down without saying a word. This is extremely imaging, and makes everyone laugh. The men who are not speaking draw (aces with quill pens on blotting paper, and wink and smile and shake their heads at one another. This is done for a good motive, to make him who ie speaking comfortable and at his ease. When a man stands op, the first thing he says is, ' Mr. Chairman andgenttemaxt, the subject Cor debate this evening is whether Capital Punishment ought to be abolished or not Now, Mr. Chair man, I think' — and then, in place of thinking, which is a very wholesome and annntageona thin...
WHAT HAPPENED IN MY STUDIO. A PAI[?]ER'S GHOST STORY. (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
WHAT HAPPENED IN 1IY BTDDIO. A Fubtes'8 Ghost Stdbz. (CO37CLUDBS.) Ibftmy etudio early, intending to go home to dinner, and return late in (ha evening. Wbenlgot out into the busy streets, Iwas almost inclined to laugh at myself, for my aupei' stitious fancies. The matter-of-fact neonle mor mg about tbc streets, the children pjaying in the square, the passing cabs, the gay shops, seemed to render the idea of any aopematural visitant so absurd, that I almost regretted any arraneement had been made for rflyretnm. When I returned to the square at about half past nine, the lamps were lh\ and the partial darkness of a fine summer night had aettbd softly over the gnat city. I lingered » few minutes on the door-step to finish my cigar in the cool air, so refreshing after the heat of the lone summer dsy. Ulere was a deep orange glowstul Ungeriog' in the north western sky, and the last low twitter of the birds among the trees in the square eameeoftly to the ear. All was so p—'--fc»t around, t...
Mr. Ruskin on Bishops and Clergy. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875
Ur. fiustin oo Bishops and Clergf. We ouoteifce following characteristic «b*er ntkns of Mr. Enskin from the January number of bhi ' Fore Clangers™ : — ' I was asked by one of my Oxford pupils the other day why I had never said any serious srord of what might seem bast for clergymen to do in time of so great doubt and dxvisjoa. ' I have not, because any man's becoming a clergyman in these days must imply one of two tilings— either that he has something to do and say for men which he honestly believes himself impelled to doandsayby the Holy Ghost— and in that case he is likely to ttx tos way without being shown it — orelseheismeof tiie group of sonauled Christians, who, except with the outward ear, ' have not so much as heard whether there be any Holy Ghost,' and are practically lying, both to men and to God —persons to whom, whether tiiey be i ooiieh or wicked in their ignorance, no bonest way can possibly be shown. 'The particular lands of folly also which lead youths to become cler...