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CARDWELL, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

ClKDTOX, And] 37. {From lie Papm). Tbe escort for tile Etheridge Ji^fa^rt «t— *-Jl to-day ior tile first time this **»-«*?* mswiiw tbe range by tiie new Palmer road. ^^ Cbablethxc, April £9. A young man, named G. f.nnwii-a.ttn ««? arrested yesterday, charged with the com tuiUal of an indecent assult on Mn. Smearden, amarrkd woman. They are both residentz of Cliarierilk, and the case is now bone beard. before the Police Magistrate with duel doors. Sybvev, April 27. A banquet is to be given to Mr. M^-fo-s- «si Monday nigbt, prior to the departure of the expedition to New Guinea. April 29. Tbe Assembly have agreed to the auDoimV ment of a firth judge. ^™ TlteMaitlaDd steamer has been ineolDaaau vitfa the GoreromeDt tag of Newcastle, and the former vessel was towed m disabled. A person named John WOham, a residentof Brisbane Water, has been violently carrottad in the Domain, and robbed of £18. «'''*'* The first prize for bottled beer allotted at the exhibition has been awarded to ll«-aw...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     DEATH.         McMULLEN.--At his residence, William-street, Rockhampton, on 10th May, John McMullen,     formerly of Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland.   Aged 70 years. R.I.P.       Dublin papers please copy.  

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Northern News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Northern Hews. The Tinonee, s.s., has brought us northern files of late dates. The Sorrier* Jlimer of the 1st instant says : — There is not much stirring tiie last few weeks in the way of new discoveries, but good atone haft been strnck on am of the old Stan dard lines, and when the dead work sour going down liegins to bear fruit, we expect to see a general revival in yields. We bave not yet got down to tbe 300 feet, the golden level on many of the Victorian reefs, while on the North Cross reef and Scotchniaa's on Pleasant Creek, 600 feet has proved equal to £ ounces, and higher, while on Bendigo over two years since, Coleman and party's old daim had reached over 9511 ; the Garden Gully line was good all through at 300 feet, while the Victoria reef, Ballerstradl's rid daim has reached greater depths, aud turned the old huM into a sort of underground cathedral, while numberless other lines have been taken up and worked profitablv. even dnrroc tile last five or six years. We have, the...

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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Peak Downs. The P. JD. Teft&nzm of the 1st instant con tains &e following items :— The sooner we get our railway finished the better; it does not do at all to be at the meter of the elements, as we arc at present. We have just heard that there are now lying at the Mine 700 tons of refined copper, waiting for tzansmissibn. to port, and when and how they are to get away, after the late destruction of teams, and keeping in wi'i^ the state of the loada, is a Tegular puzzle. Fortunately there is an ample supply of floor, for a while, in town — Messrs. Thrnnpum and Gashion having timely laid in a. large stock in their usual spirited manner ; but decent spirits are not obtainable, and the tnl.aUfaMfai of the district are being poisoned on a large scale. We must not omit to notice the very large value of the etock of refined copper on hand — 700 tons, at £90 per ton, which is about the current rate, am^mta to £60,000, and then it most be remembered there is also a quantity o...

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Rockhampton Police Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 15 May 1875

Rockhampton Police Court FBIDAY. Selltko Liquoes Withoct a License. ? George Mitchell was charged with selling liquor on the 21st ultimo without a ! license as a publican. Mr. Melbourne for the j prosecution, Mr. Jones for defendant. ? I Walter Stone, revenue officer, stated that on ' the 20th ultimo he iras at Bim&v Crm-t an*4 i went from there to Herbert's Creek on the 21st ; went to defendant's house on the night of the 20th; slept there, and on the morning of the 21st went and had a couple of drinks with George Mitchell; got two glasses of gin in the dining-room; the gin was brought out of an inner room by Mifr-hpII, and was in ordinary gin bottle; paid the defendant Is. for the two glasses of gin ; drank one gloss, and White drank the other. —By Mr. Jones : Complained then of diarrhoea ; said he was employed by Messrs. Clark ; that was true, as he got S3. a day ; stayed there three or four days, and paid for what he got. — William White, revenue con itable, stated that ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE May 18, 9.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

l'AELIAMEXTARY. Bbisbisx May 18, 9-40 p-m. In the Legislative Assembly, tile Speaker read Mr. Stephens' resignation. The Colonial Secretary moved that a new writ issue, and paid a feeling tribute to the retiring minister, expressing regret at the cause which hadmadesuchastepnecessary. Mr.Palmeralso expressed regret, on tile part of the Oppo sition. Xotices of motion were given by private members. Amongthe number, Mr. Bszacott gave notice of a contingent motion, that on the Loan ivrtinnate being brought onfor con sideration, the balance required to complete tbc Northern BaQva; to the Mackenzie should be provided for i& the Loan JSstiinates for the cwent ytsscr. The Colonial Secretarj produced rohunuMms correspondence in reference to the conduct of Emigration under the control of the Agent Gcaeral. The Oaths Bill was read a third time, and the Uniform System of Law Bill a first time. The Treasurer's motion for the House to go into committee to consider his proposal for an impr...

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BRISBANE. May 14, 50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

BRISBANE. M»y 14, 450 p.m. Mr.T. a Stephens1 valedictory address to bil constituents of South Brisbane is published in this evening's Telegraph. Mr. Hackings has declined to oppose Mr. Exngsford for South Brisbane. It is rumoured that Mr. Pring has been requisitioned to con test«ie«ak 54ffp.ni. A rumour is current that the Government have determined not to allot the portfolio beU by Mr. Stephens, for Undo, in hope of his ultimate recovery. There is considerable jealoosv amongst the enfiuate* lac «5W i» *fe jHB»ft|»iat benches. ' ??-.??:?:..*-*???. ^.- - -^J*&*% ajw Conner ocwk'npscacr ss nwhuslKil. vtMlagr the size of tbe ZVfcyntp*. owing to scarcity of psper. Tberemre fifty Wet on twtrf the ship Wmetred, which has been along time in port, and has not yet discharged her cargo. Lenneberg, one of Hiemmnffygtnlcaiididata. at the Login election, has petitioned against the return of Adam Black. It is possible that the election wfli be onset. ?«*. Messrs. E. D. Jlorehead and Co. h...

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IPSWICH. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

IPSWICH. MayM. The races here were good, but the course «m boggy. HU Excellency Governor Cairns was present.

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MARYBOROUGH. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

MARYBOROUGH. May IS. The Gympie coach, on being driven on to the punt, got into the river, and four borses were drowned.

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GYMPIE. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

GYMPIE. May It. Mis. Pritchard and her son have been com mitted for trial tor murder. I May 19. ' CobVs coacu, in going away, and descending , a creek, was precipitated into the water. The: four horses were drowned, bat the driver and '°-'!maaIBl May 90. Mrs. Pritchsrd has confessed that Israel Griffiths was murdered by Pritchard in a. scuffle, and that there was no strange man - present, as she had previously alleged.

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CLERMONT. May 14, 4.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

CLERMONT. May 14, 4-40 n.m. Very heavy lain again U reported to tic aoutinrard. The Belyando is within a foot of the previous flood. The Aramac mail was detained at Islay Plains several days. Heavy tbnndeMiiowere fell here on Wednes day night, *nd continuous rain on Thursday.

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MACKAY. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

MACKAY. MavlS. M'Sherry has been committed for trial for vQfalmnrder. The medical evidence showed that Mrs. Sherry's dearth was earned by»Wow on the bead. Prisoner ».l—iw»a to the Police having beaten and lacked his wife. He was sober when the assault was made. Dr. Barracks met with a severe accident on $atnrday evening, when fa? was thrown from bis horse by running Ins chest against a tele graph wire which had fallen across the road. Se was insensible for Home time, but Uont of danger now, and is fast recovering. tin weather iB fine and cold. Six horses hare arrived from the north for the forthcoming races.

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TALES AND SKETCHES. FATAL FORTUNE. A [?] IN TWO PARTS. PART THE SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

I TALES AND SKETCHES, 1 1 I ? 1| FATAL FOETF3E. A STDBT EST TWO EASTS. BT 'WTLKTE COLLTFS. FABT THE EE0Q5D. V. ' I OTTO happily in the hooae of my relative, j satisfied witli the ordinary poremti of » country i genOemni. Time had long erace cored me of j my boyish intatnaHon for the nursery goremess ! Icncld nrnt with perfect composure, the paths j along which we had miked, the lake on which we bad etuled together. Hearing by chance that ; she itas married in her own coantir, I could ? wnb her all possible happiness, with the sober I kindness of * (famfeiTrted friend. What a j strange thread of irony runs through tlie texture ! of the simplest bo man life ! The early lore for ' Which I hid wim*'**''' and suffered so roach, was ? now revealed to me in its true colour*, as a boy- j passing fancy —DoOring more! - j *' Ihree jemrs of peaceful freedom passed ; freedom which, on the nncoctndicted testimony ' of respectable witnesses, I never ahnscd. Well, tbat long and happy interval, lik...

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MILLCHESTER. May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

MUJjCHESTEB May IT. The latest crushings, comprisiDga total quan tity of 665 tons of stone, nave given a rebun U14« of gold. Included in this quantity ism pared ot 335 tons stone from Ko. 2 Bain fcoirjieef, which yielded IOSD ozs. gold. A rich mnndic reef has been struck, at a depth of 128 feet, in No. 4 Sooth Queen, bk4fy auriferous. It -b mmonred that the Police Magistrate, Mr. Gill, changes place with Mr. C. & Dieken, of Bavenswood.

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GEORGETOWN. May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

GEOBGETOWX. M»v20. Six tons of stone from Jumping Moses Beef returned thirty-six ounces gold ; twenty-four tons irom Victory, fifty-eight ounces; twenty fire tons Dr. LeSchbardt, fifty ounces. The reefs at Fannigan's are looking better than ever. It is considered that the pros pectors, Saber and Gordon, should be remu nerated by the Government fur opening np such* payable 6dd.

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NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

NO. 11. The Estimates for die Works Depart ment are those regarded widi chief in terest by newspaper readers. The expenditure under mis head daring the coming year is intended to be heavy, though the increase is not at a very im portant rate The total sum asked for is £198,808, of which £90,000 will be for railways ; but these public conveniences being expected to yield £150,000, £60,000 will be available for payment of interest account. Tfae Works Depart ment costs, in salaries and contingencies on account of salaries, £11,140. Some changfesjn *he officers are contemplated. Provision is made for a chief draftsman at £250, and an inspector-general of roads at £600 — our old friend Mr. Byerlev, we presume. A foreman of ?odes at Dalby is also provided feat a cost of £175, with jEr5o each for three taMBmgnad inspectors. These -oS- chide those of die Central and Northern Divisions. Survey- of roads is to cost £»DO. The working expenses of the Southern Railway are to be £75,264; and of t...

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CURRENT TOPICS. ESTIMATES-IN-CHIEF, 1875-6. NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

f CURRENT TOPICS. f ESTDIAT15Sin&!m£F, 1875-*. NO. I. The Estimates of Probable Ways and Means and. Expenditure for the Year ending 30m June, %?6, are now before die country. . Tfieyare not par ticularly reassuring. The total estimated income for die year is .£1,133,000; and tfae expenditure, including interest on debentures (£278,442), £1,155,835. This leaves an apparent surplus of .£77,165, which would be an ample tnaigin were there no supplementary «-stimnt--; to be provided for. One set of these, however, for 1874, swallows up .£44r455? and as it is impossible to say what the actual balance was at the end of that year, or even on which side of the ledger it appealed, the public can form no conclusive opinion upon the State of the public finances. The Treasurer on Tuesday said that there was an actual - surplus on last year's operations; but even this statement must be accepted with some qualification. Until the Budget speech comes to hand, therefore, we must suspend m'''...

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PEAK DOWNS PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

PEAE DOWXS PASTORAL AXD AGPJ ccltceal socren:. An influential and weu-attended meeting was held at the Prince of Wales Hotel, on Wednesday, to inaugurate tiiat most valuable and necessary institution, a Peak Downs Pastoral and Jgricalters] Society, ilxny #f those present bad ridden in long distances from the country to assist in its formation and the princinjd interests iu tile town and ncigh uourhood were strongly represented; many genfaemeu, also, whdm circuaistances pre vented frost appearing in person, seat tlieir names in to be placed on the list of members, Mr. U. Wallace, of Logan Downs, presided, and briefly opened the proceedings by stating tbe object for watch tne meeting was called, and reading tbe advertisement summoning it. Dr. Taylor, in a few well-chosen remarks, pointed out the advantages which such an ?ssocijctiao is calculated to confer on tiie neighbourhood, and carved a resolution to the effect that, 'We do now constitute our selves into the Peak Downs Pastoral a...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN. May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

JW£ Wff^'5 TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWIT. (Vu Towssvilu, May 18.) Mar 15. The steamships Kama* ami Adria left here for Hongkong yesterday, taking eightyChinese, who had goM and specie cleared at the Customs to the value of £8792. Thee.8. Tom Morton arrived font Hong kong yesterday, bringing 596Chinesepassengers Sor this port. The mail Steamer Brisbane, expected to nnmr, has on board SOD Chinese for this port Sir Arthur Gordon, Governor of Fiji, u also a passenger, bound for Sydney. Another Urge steamer is expected with 1009 CJpnese next week. T5en nor prospecting claims have been grades' on the Palmer. Die banks in Cooktown bold 3000ozs.of inld (or shipment, and the escort is expected Sett weekiSlBi an additional quantity.

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COLLAROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 22 May 1875

COLLABOV. The P. D. Telerrram't correspondent at Collaroy, under date 2Sth April, writes :— We have had another flood here, much signer than tbe last one. The Connors rose { sixty feet, inundating tiiree paddocks to a ! depth of neresi or ten feet, carrying away I fences, and doing other damage. At Mimic Creek the north-west of the telegraph span was washed away, and poles were under water eigbtfeet for about a mile and a-hall The line was broken both sides, and not repaired «ntal the tourtn day. Tbe mami channel to the Conaws passed witjiin fifty j yards of tbe homestead covering the whole flat for miles. There, was a perfect «ea from the river to Mntiie vCmek, a distance of seven awes.. .*..**' *'' CM^e '*° living osre UuL w^ Hnod is nudssr tisn the I86t flood by at least fifioen {ML At the iSmt «k wires ammag were under waterfora ahart ^Aaitti «ukmi l«si|htc€«faiib«l. Amwaa3MtRaeh«ss taawflaw «)-w=Uk- -nlan is, «H«r laast. : . ^ * ' ? ? ' ? . T r -t ?? ? .. . - ! has been washed ...

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