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Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

Gladstone. * fF&OU OCR CQBKESPO5DENT.1 The quantity of improved stock tiiat is being brought into tie district is very cheering ; nearly all the stations are doms a little in the good work. The Raidntfia this trip landed thirteen young balls for Milton station, and a farther consignment is anticipated by the next cteamer. £230 appears to be the snm placed on tbe Estimates for road repairs in this district for Hie next year. The western road is 100 miles in length, the northern 90, and tbe southern 90, with off roads probably of eqcal length ; and it is farther to be considered tiat the recent heavy rains hare made some very bad places. How tiie work required is to be done for tiie money it is difficult to decide ; perhaps the Executive have some contractor in xicw who is willing to devote Ids private fortune to the work.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SECTION H. CATTLE. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

SEC1HMC U.- CATTLE. nntiux o& snoexBOBK. 30. Best Imported Shorthorn Bull, any age. 31. Best Imported Shorthorn Cow, any age. 32. Best Imported Hertford Bofl, any age. (Bred in the Colonies.) BUU& 3t Bnll, 3 years and over. 35. BoIL 2 years and under three. The Messrs. Archer had some fine cattle entered for these prizes, hut through Some mistake, they were removed tarn the ground, and did not come before tie judges. 36. Boll, 1 year and mular = years.— jut. Thomas Atherton's colonial bred Durham, im ported from Sydney, aged 1 year and 11 montbs. The . Society's first-dass rfriifK-rtp This cdubit also took the Mayor's Cup. A. bull exhibited by Mr. Sutherland, Cowanal, took second prize. 37 Boll Calf, six and under twdve months. —Mr. James Atherton. first and second prizes. cows. 38. Cow, 3 years and over.— Mr. John I£ring. first prize, lt.ES.fi. MacnonaU, 39. Cow, 3 years and under 3 years.- Mr. J. living, fist and second prizes. ^^ «. HeJferCalf.6 and under 12 month...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

POLICE COUKT. At tie Police Court, since my last, the fol lowing have been heard : — Bridget Warner was charged with assaulting Sarah Arthur. From the evidence, it appears Hie defendant and complainant's mother are alwas ' nagging ' and ' grumbling ' at each other, although they live some distance apart In the evening the defendant and her husband were looking for calves, and on passing com plainant's door defendant remarked that as there was a change in the moon complainant might be affected by it, and have the calves shut np in her house. This caused a laugh, when defendant lost her temper, and rushed at complainant, who is a girl seventeen years of age, and seized her by t£e back hah-. Two or three men came to the rescue with effect, but not till the complainant was nearly scalped, a. bundle of torn-out hair being pro duced in evidence. Defendant said com plainant and her mother struck her first, and she only acted in self-defence. The police slated the complainant's mother and d...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECTION V.—DOGS. SPORTING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

SECTION V. -DOGS. KPnRTTYA CLASS. SL Kangaroo (smoothJiaired).— Mr. W. H. Kent, first prize. 91. Pointer.— Mr. James Barber, first pnze. 93. Eetriever.-llr. 'W. BoJdenttJi, fin* pnze ; Mr. Uaden, secona. Special Prize.— Retriever.— Won by Mr. Nash. 94. Eetrierer Slut— Master nlacgregor, first prize ; Captain Bundle, second; Kennith Frazer, honorable mention NO^-SFObTJNG CLASS. 101. Newfoundland Dog.— Captain Bundle, first pnze 106. Terrier (English).— Mr. A. Jardine, first prize; Mr. Buchanan, second.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY AND TRIFLES, f A BROKEN LILT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

POETRY AND TRIFLES. ~| A BROKEN LDLT. EM rtnoa tenesini the lhden'« tagtbeniiig dale. Fair EagBdi laj; drate ass ojmly gial ; FW» Hope ber Baden tnm tal ne'er bctnvea. Sot nanny male her taonhm bana «UL rw Mm, in out «rene ana mBleleo; treat, e vatted wb*. tlime, in perfect xert, A» steeping Wmrj anit tte tjBmbng mm. * Be left me »nen tht my tot was white, iiuloewie^nitblosBoau. Banr Sore'. His turaer-lij* doll tonsil toy cop KmigM, When nav I pieja it. Eapntor Lubna OfM nreet tttsei waiting! WaitiBr? Deac. I daoe not tnee, nor the Onr-utering ««j£. They bare left BO afaadovB, Jot ae boor B here mat hrijhMnj an with to meridian nj«. ?SwectlSj'. U-,teaet 11m for align Betvecn ns ; ana my beart fc wtttO; clear « one dalojal modeling mooefct, as Otac WWte chaEeeb of sttio. i anonll not tear Could he bo learch my oonl as one nay asan TBfeefcaae cool con. Sbonit one not wholly tbtme To tty on Lows* pure altar otter tfcan Tse perXBct e*& that fits ite pored flaae'1* Tbe Daden shad...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL CA[?] OFFICE Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

COMMERCIAL CiFKiotiEXiAS Office, Friday Evening, j Is the early part of tiie week, we were I cheered with the sight of wool arriving in town for shipment, traffic at tiie Daw-son baring bees re-opened. But dnring the last i titree or foor days there has been more rain, I scsoal throughout the colony, and our mer chants and country friends have to submit to j a farHwr ta-ial of r-**— '— . as the roada will I not be traversable again for some days. ! TJieshimiii&a'iirhretheweekbafibetmiiniin. I portent The only departures comprise the I bomeward mail steamer Somerset; the Bal- ' dntita, for Sydney, with a. general cargo ; tiie t schooner Florinda, for Maryborough, with a toll cargo of limestone ; and tiie bvrqueOlencoe, Etc Kewcastle, in. ballast Beyond these there bare been only the usdal roasjang steamers and mailB inwards and outwards. ! The show and the rain have caused a partial I Msppmaoii of business, and there is little j ?nJlrnp fur*p^np^ commoit. ? Fkurisseuing at £1...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

ISLES, FIXNEY, AKD CO., j Importers of General Drapery, Sflfa, Millioery, and MenTs Clotiuns ; Denison ' r EICHYABDT FAMILY^HbTia, ! SocKSAstproy. { Fiistdass Acconunodation, Moderate Charges. K. D. CECICKSHiXK, j Fbofkeezdb. 1 Kles o£ ae'-Qnecnslander,'' ' noekhamp- ! ton BnUetin,' 'D»ay Northern Argns,' ; 'Peak Downs Tdegram,' and 'Town and ' Country,' kept in the Coffee Boom. ' SHEEP A-~D CATTLE STATIONS ; ALSO, | UJ;STOCKED COTJKT11Y. ] TTTUXIAM HEXItnES lias iastractioas ' VV to Sdl several very excellent Cattle i Froperties with extensive improvements, and ! Stock varying from 730 to 4000 head intVe Settled and Cosettied Districts of Queensland ;| also, Sheep Stations of small and large extent, : as well as some first-class nostocked breeding j and fatfcnnag oooatry of the best description, under long lease, beyond the reach of free j W'Ti'i HENDREXhasxudanexpe- i rienee f^^^^ffig over 20 years in ! General Merchandise, Lands, Stock, andSta-1 tion Business, and bis best energi...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Gymple Harder Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

The Gympie Uurder Case. Ov ?WodnesiTay, May 12, at Gympie, Mis. Pritchard and ber sou, Oharled Griffin Pritdiard, vere committed for trial fvr Ae marder of Israel Griffiths, Sire. Pritefaard's nepubw. The neariug oE tiic case occapied % day and a-hal£, the evidsnee for the prosecu tion being arranged irith mnch predsiOB and elaborateness. Our Gympie correspondent gives tLe following particulars : — The tiieoty of the prosecution, judging by the evidence, is tiiat OnSUis and Pritc&ard, hanzz^ l-een into tovii on May lt for some necessaries, 4]narreUcd either on tlic xrav ^*bi^ to ' - ? tueir hocsc on the Ijabil^^il, or on arrival there ; that a tig'jt ionk place, in tUs boose, dDring irhich Pritcfeard re ceived Mm l.lou-s, and that he stabbed or gadied Grimths in the riglit ride of the neck - with hia eheatli knife whilst the latter iras jammed np against the insifle of the r~ front door (3 gosh of blood being visible npon ? Tt at atont tbe iuagbt of a man's din} ; f&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

tpHE ROCKHAMPTOS BCXLETIX, A published every morning at five o'clock, is the oldest and most widely-circulated news paper in Cental and Northern Queensland. In* addition to trustworthy local news, the readers of the Bcxletix are provided with the latest telegraphic and other inteHigencefxom all raits of the world. Metropolitan and official rare is catered for by a special correspondent --tationed at Brisuane, and arrangemente are m progress for securing correspondents in every important infra in the colony. As an advertising medium, tie BrtAErrx is generally admitted to be second to no journal in the colony. Suuscriptiun, in advance, 15s. per quarter, or £i 10s. per annum. TO OOBBESPOXDEXTS. gg' Intending snbscruiets are reminded, tbat subscriptions are payable in all cases in ad vance, and +h?+j when forwarded for any term less tium tirelve months, the charge is at the rate of six shillings and sixpence per quarter.

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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

Peak Downs. TB£ P. Z-. Tdrgram of the 22ad instant con I tains the following items : — -^ K mob of about fort}' hon-es and seven ! moles passed through dermobt last week, on their way to fiaveaswoMl and the other ' northern diggings, where it Li expected tuev ; , uiU lind a ready sale. They 1:^1 tr&ve&xL ' up from JJew Snath Wales, and were a good lot, especially the moles, which were large 1 and handsome specimens of the hybrid. We aoticed several of the long-cared tribe gazing with admiration, not unniiswl with envy, ; at the fair proportions of their good half ' ijTothcrs. ', Xo question has been, more tliorougol y and effectually considered tban that of the Aratnac road. Extensive feature surveys have been made by Mr. Ho^jg, and every care taken to find the very best route for traffic instead of adheriug to the old blind system of nmniQ^ a straight line ever all obstacles. We have been favoured with a sight of the admirably executed xnftps which were sent down la...

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The Fitzroy P. A. and H. Society's Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

The Fitzroy p. A. and H. Society's Dinner. The above Society wound np their buaiuesE in connection with their first annual meeting with a public dinner at the Criterion Hotel last evening. ShorUy after seven o'dickl ^Bl^uini5r ** «a«u™« «ssembledto«ie number of iromsixtv tosevenl^r »j »«? j ? to a sumptnous spread, regarding which *&„. it to say that the viands and wines were nnerceptionable, and that Host Cramn, ia bis USBJI re***** style, did aB flurt ^TSonaito » one of the VkSpresWenta^oi ^ Sooety, rfflrf a,ectair, and carted by Vte cbarmenUvermore bd Fee^rndBetedS; proceedings to the toll satiSactianit the ?^^fcompmy. nK^aXS^beeS dzuxA, the Cbjjixis ptoposed m nd &;v- ? iwrGnnragr Cum j' aO at which were I K Mr. Joira Lrrn»: then rose and proposed - K- the HaiJOi of Uie Sodety, wJindomg bo! F * agiijl on luokmg nmud tiie nan, lie «aw same f- fifteen -or twenty who, with himself, bad been 5 ? is. these parts {or some yean, and they might ? all iwte with Mtouiaunie...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD INTERESTING EXHIBIT [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

| STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD, f ISTEEESTIKG EXHIBITS. Och enterprising local botanist, Mods. Thazet, was not altogether behind at our show tfiis week, for by his eatiuusiasni aad enterprise be has shown as titat several maanfoetares are open to'os when once the right kind of labour isavaOable. A small anantitT of olrre oil vas show by him expressed from fhrit grown at Mudlervflle, and the quality of it w excellent Ixangbotheweetanddeiidous. Tijetacttiiatthe olive will thrive and bear heavily on poor and ftony soils should at once epeak for itself, and in course of time we may safely predict Uiat olive oil will be one of the many productions of Queensland. The Jotropii maOm, or tapioca of commerce, was also shown by the same gmdemaa ; specimens of the root weigh ing more than twelve pounds, aad also tiie prepared article, both in a floury and a grann fated state being on the same tank. This plant requires a deep and fertile soil to Inxnriatf in, and speedily impoverishes it unl...

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FRANCE. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

FEASCE. Losnwv, May2L Tbe Bepubhons of tbe French Assembly iare^rwthdraJbemmtoaeCimsiita&aui BOL

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COLLIERS STRIKE. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

COLLttX.'j' STSLKE. Loxdos, Mav.21. The colliers strike in Sonth Wales bw ter

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SPANISH AFFAIRS. LONDON, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

SPAXISH AFFAIKS. Losnos, MavSL ; King Alfonso has issued a decree erastine liberty to the Press and public meetings in Spain. A new election for tiie Spanish Cortes a expected. COXTtXEXTAL. LoSDoy, Hay 23. The Tribnnal at Ueee having discussed the charges against tbe Due Desoe, is CEBsag sensation at Berlin. Religions disturbances have broken oat in Belgium, daring winch tbe populace assaulted tiie nugrhns.

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BRISBANE. May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

BEISBASE. May 21. Toe s-b. Florence Irving; the next aximct boat for tiie Kortliem ports, is to sail bence on Saturday, 29fli instant, and wffl call at Keppel Bay. Toe S.S. Black Swan saBs for Bockuampton and Maekay to-morrow morning at ten o'clock. Mr. Pring has notified his intention to stand for South Brisbane, in opnosUion to Mr. Kingston! He will not issue an address, but will meet tiae electnts, and exnlain his views. Frank imSe, eon of Mr. Lode, saddler. Queen-street, has been kflled by a boggy Hie new Minister for Lands will be an nounced on Uneaday. May 22. Messrs. Kragsford snd Pring are both nominated for South Brisbane. The Ouu-ier to-day has a strong leader con demning farther proseentians against land selectors, pending lejpauirion on tiie subject May 23. Yesterday's Ga&tU announces the appoint ment ot Mr. Kekson as a member of the Board of Education, in the room of Mr. T. B. Stephens Mr. Bich, P.M., Gladstone has been appointed Shipping Inspector for tiiat por...

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MARYBOROUGH. May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

MASVBOBOUOH. May 21. The schooner Jason has arrived with ninety islanders. There have been eight deaths during the ipassaoe, MaySfi. The passengers by tiie bOmjuuh- Jason from the South Sea Wandu, hare njeasleaia a mad form amongst tiwm. The Katzve lass has also arrived, with eigury-Ujm Wanders, all weH A larmer named Cothbertcmnmitto3 eniode to-day by throwing himself into the river.

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SYDNEY. May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

SVDSEY. May 21. The Legislative Council nave rejected the ! HI giving women tite same faculties for divorce as men. I The Assembly, in committee on the Land , Bin, have extended tae area allowed for selec- I two to C40 acres. j Business is being done cautanosly, owing to . reports of fnrtiier insolvencies impending. i At tia; weekly sale of produce, wool was in i brisk desiand. Fleeces fetched ISA to lSd.; greasy, 7 Id. to 12J. I May 22. j A telegram from Singapore states tijat the ' B.H.S. Singapore reached the port of Smga- I pore two days m advance of contract time. ! M-tioirc, shipbuilder, has called a meeting ; of his creditors. j The Comptroller of Prisons rages the em- ; ployment of prisoner& in constrnctiug a Har- 1 bonr of Befose in Trial Bay. May23. The Macquarie ship4mnaers have caOed a meeting. The case tile Bishop of KewcasUe cerro tae Eer. Mr. Thackeray, to eject the latter bum the Church, has resulted in a verdict for the pUintiS. Paints have Been reserved for...

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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, May 26, 9.30 a.m [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

PAKUAMESTAEY. Beisbake. May SG, 9-30 p.m. Mr. tozacott presented a petition from tiie Rocknampton V^unteer Bines with reference to land orders. Mr. Macalister stated that he woold an nounce the new Minister for Lands to-morrow. The debate on the Continental Eailwav Bill was resumed to-day. Mr. Douglas opened the discussion, giving : the measure bis qualified suupuiL I Mr. M'Uroitti spoke for two boons in strong opposition. ' Mr. Hemmant defended the bffl. Mr. ; Thompson and Mr. De Satge foDowed, and ' Mr. Morenead is now speaking. Bei»ea-% May 27. I In tite Assembly last night, the debate on ' tiie Continental Railway Bill was contained by Messrs. Pettigrew, rjcott, Stewart, Buza cott, AfaHoraM. Foote, Frazer, Maes, and i Bailey tai half -past eleven. I 1%£ second reading vaa eaxried by 23 ayes, ; against S noes. Mr. Palmer was absent, suffering from a . fjBioos attack. Mr. Hilwnitji spoke on the Bill for two : hours. ' Tbeonly effective speech on the Ministerial; sidf*. vas made by...

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ADELAIDE. May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

ADELAIDE. UarSL -*? v Snowstorms are prevalettt all over tiie * '*?:'; cakmy. ^

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