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NEW BOOKS IN MARCH. London, March 19, 1875 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

1 NEW WOKS IN MARCH. I j r Ionian Uuiji ig tfirs i - 'Toe lonakm «* die Crimea: The Battle -rf Infcernuum ;' VoL V: By Mr. Kinriatc; I7«. (BUdnrood and Son.) Mr. KJadakc li£vpo» conducted us to the dose of ttu tattle -*? '^^S!u-sa' narrating -Kith wonderful vivid. ?aWMeiciorial minateocM tic etnrv of Oat :j., terriMe fight on the misty plateau. The story '.. wffl 611 oMwitli a fcarfal eenscot Wandering f ;, incapacity and stupidity on the put of the »' .xramaaders ; tat it mil augment the British . f national iiride in the British private snMier, '[ his pluck, his patience, and his indomitable '. courage. In spite of the many valiant deeds j ?done in the late Franco42ennan war, \rc ven ture to think that acre occurred no feat of ; gallantry superior to die fight of the British guards around the Sand Bag Betloobt One , cannot, however, font fed, in perusing t&ie ' vokme, that in the matter of tactics and the coodnct of the mr, the proceedings in the Crimea are alike obsolete....

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

5g»— ^_ ???- :«g I iiKM£. /TO GENERAL NEWS, f The iacomin^Sneimaa steamer was aghtcd off datelg at 10-40 a-m. on Thornfe?. ! Information bus been received from the | Crown Pmeecatnrtixat no bill bas been found j agaicrt W. H. Pateram, who was to hare j been tried on a charge of larceny atthej annraarhin' sittings of tie District Court. ? 'We lwar that James Ryan, principal turn- j key at the Gari, who had his leg broken while ; ont riiling on Tnsday. is progressing favourably. Mr. Ityan -iras at first attended by Dr. Cal laghan,' and af fcenvarfs taken to tie Hospital, Where the fractured bone was set j The Golil Escort from Copperfield and Ocr ?i. Dioatar.i-.e-l here on Satnrday. The escort] * was an-ler the charge of Inspector Murray, : and l-ron£lit Jown in all I024OZ3. 5dwte. Sgrs. of 'oliL Tbc quantity delivered to iiie Eank : of \e«r Sootii Wales was 432 ozs. IC dwts. ! 8grs.; to tile Australian Joint Stock Bank— j from Coppcriiclii 273 ozs., and from Cleroioiit | 31S ozs. 9 d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The [?] SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1873 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

SATUBDAY, MAT 29, 1S75. ? 1 The friendly competition between neigh bours, brought into existence and sus- i tained by periodical exhibitions of pro ductions and manufactures, is admittedly | of great public advantage, and the societies having this object in Central Queensland are not at all exceptional as to the benefits accruing from their opera tions. The stock and wool shorn of the various inland towns, hare helped to concentrate the intelligence and the ex perience of producers as a body, and thereby materially to stimulate improve ment- The neir societies on the coast, although having a somewhat different scope, are destined to exercise an in fluence not less beneficial. The Central Queensland Graziers Society unites the settlers around Rockhampton in an effort for the common good- and enables them to find out how they may employ then individual energies to greater advantage — how grazing farms may be worked more profitably, and how and to what extent remunerative cultivation o...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

S? ? . . ? ssi I NOTES GN THE WEiK. I The veek has been great in shows, and will long be remembered as having inaugurated the Eitzxoy Pastoral, Agricultural, aad Horticul tural Society, with the disagreeable accom paniments of rain wtro«a.«iii.g and mad knee 1 deen. The Centra Oaeensland Grazier's i Society takes precedence in order of time both I as to ite formation, and fl» days chosen for the shows of tiie respective societies during the present week. Tie fomw held its annual I gathering at Gtacemere on Monday (Queen's i Birthday};, and the weather bong tine, many townspeople took advantage of the oppor tunity of a short railway trip at excursion I prices to visit the Society's ground, and see [ the display of live stock, farm produce, and other articles. There was a very fair col lection of exhibits, which, with better arzange 1 ment, would have made a highly creditable display. However, the show g*ve evidence of sttxmg vitality and tiie promise of future nspfolnesK, and the Soc...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GYMPIE, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 29 May 1875

Gympie May 19. (From the Brisbane Papers) The escort left to-day for Maryborough with 2835 ounces of gold.     A childd named Jones fell into an abandoned   shaft, near the Dawn reef, on Monday last, and was drowned. May 20. Thirty-four tons of stone from No. 7 Lady   Mary Reef have yielded two thousand and thirty-four ounces of gold retorted. The demonstration in aid of the Hospital, to take place on the Queen's Birthday, promises to be a grand affair. SYDNEY, May 19 A Board of enquiry into the quality of rails imported by Government, reports that 33,000 tons, after inspection, were found not to be according to specification. It is considered improbable that the Govern meet will introduce a mining bill during the     present session. The second consignment of French exhibits has arrived by the Kamehameba, Further petitions against the sale of liquors at railway stations, were presented to-day in the Leges...

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

        BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.       BIRTH. GADEN.--On the 27th instant, Mrs. R. W. Gaden, of a   daughter.   MARRIAGE. YALDWYN.--LAWRENCE-—On Wednesday, the 26th instant (from Rotherwood, the residence of Captain Hunter),   at St. Paul's, Rockhampton, Queensland, by the Rev. Richard Leigh, John Hinds, eldest son of General Yaldwyn, Blackdown, sussex, England, to Emilie Stephens, fourth daughter of William John Lawrence, Esq., Bayswater, London.  

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

SHIPPING NEWS. j JBBtTALS. : May 30.— L«4y xoxqg, «l, 421 taoe, Gnta W. HSU, £ramBdsiuK, Ib^as, vii the pert*. Pj— iimjb : Jliaxx -CoanOj (i) Heass. S. M rniiHinf T W Tflml if M WMIi hurt. H'. F. l^mlKrt, W. Cibgfain,'C.i,finrae, A. Swaoaoo, Abopp, VttteU, mnitSU* «i* r1rni£T Onrliiiiiiij. lit limlli tin rthmlun) Wood, and Woed, lecate. . . Hay 3a— Intone, u, 265 tons, C^txm H. Hint, from TonsrSt, Mxy 32, yr& Bomen, Jbdciy, and Bra-d~amii Paa sengen : Mis. J. AdairanddiBd, Ills. 8tnder ad tive duidien, Hint E. ligg, Mean. P. Peridns, D. Pabser, H. KTTorog, J. McLmghlm, T. Sadaocfc, I. W-£ T. AsUey. Chappelar, '*ai twenty ^wht in the etBgage-inflnding fee fjnnnfi^. Woodud Wood, agate. Mav M.—i*twa EMenan, »jl, S87 tons^ Captain R. Edmondam, from Sydn«y May. 36. Fawagen:Jaim A. Dn, Mean. F. Dixon, T. A. Eatton, A. Owen, E. &i» Andenon, and thne in the' «tijnTn«. Wool and Wood, ageota. May 3L^b Ktppd Bayt Staanoe IMn^ &S., ISH tons, Captain B. H. HaBqK, from Erb...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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GEORGETOWN. June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

GEOEGETOWK. Jute* The cmshingii tar the past fortmgbt n as aoUoaai:— 28 teas bam dtotfs prtanecting ' ««yirftted29-»*ofgaWJStoAM«h'*=y'« claim,' a- W; SB tons, St Geor-e. 47 qas.; IS tons. Black streak, 43 ozs.; 100 tons, O ?Oonodme, i I2oaVu ^Otons, ND Desoenndmn, 80 «as.;«7 tons, Sam; Panley, 139 ozs.; S tons, MonkUnd, 77 ozs.; 27 tons. Seriate, I SSozb.; 21 tons, .Harper's, 73 on.; IS tons, i Wooster, 2a om.; 2^0 tons, '*Try-n»4nore, ; 1043 ozs.; IS tons. Dr. Ueichbardt, 50'oz».;j 31 torn Balmoral. 120 ozs.-; ST.tonm, Crown] Surface, 60 ozs.; fi tons, St George (mondk), j 7 ozs.; 13 tons Balmoral (mundjc), SI on. There are four machines at work. Mr. Armit has arrived wSh a detachment j of native mounted ponce. j tOnr Georgetown comsBpandent woald | oblige ns by. in future simply giving a weekly j return of the total number of tats of stone I crushed, and the gross yield of gold. — Ed.] j

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Our Hem Engineer for Harbours and Owen. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

Oar Hew Engineer for Harboan and Rtren. Tax SUtiAj GkjS, aasT J-aB- 3e(«nra* «C March ScootaimtteioBowiaaj^ Mr. Waliam D. Stsbet, of theOxu of Mei and Kisbet, Civil Fjy^.^ faaderland, has been appointed, after examination in London, and out of a large immber of candidates, to tbe office of CivH £agsaser is the Coranssent of Queensland. Since is* month of March, ISM, when, a men youth be entered the em ployment of the Birer ITear Cunnniaaaners, under the control of tic. Met 'EBginea to the CoBservsnej, Mi. 'Sisaet fcu been improvement! of the port ef Sandetiand. When he began to serve under Mr. Ildk, tbe Wear was fighting a wimnttg tattle with 4s Tyne for conanercial taoaxaaaqr; and tbesubalteni of ats engineer enjoyed tbe rate advantage of sharing in the smjecbina of tbe unportant works winch ^Conmnssianers were then pushing forward in ttie ziope of .per manently Tnaintaiiring the Wear's positiau as the leading aarigabk river tl At 3-ort& ef England. Flushed with then- tempo...

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CARDWELL. May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

CABOWELL, « May 30. TbeaamitfuaMGainjeUnmhaa arrived wife 83»anvatB°ad.

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN. COOKTOWN, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

Saw ? m^. I WE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. 1 ooob?i»wx. _l i {Wind from Tewmille liny eg.) I CoOKTavx, May 34. THSatsamer Leichhardt left for the aonth at nine o'etook this morning. The banks shipped ?vbsrlsV«OOaaa.af^U,anda»»aEs. more ware taken by private hand— making in all 19.000 ass. ... i Hk .Escort brought 7000 ozs. gold. Sab inspeetsr Uohesy rsports that the Palmer diggers wBl not send by escort Kaa tab an opening np at tfce Normanby nad Pabuc and aplsadid atone is being AanoAsmfim has applied iac 1000 acres of ooal land, epnosite the town, smder the regulations fe*-«moeral sections. | The atsamen Blackbird and Leiehhardt brought two of the latstat cargoes that ever] arrivadattheport. : The -tr* Aracooa and Apcar arerei- ( pected daay from Hongkong with large j canoes and 1000 CSunese. Orsat prenaratuns an being made to cdabratB the anniversary of Her Majesty's tWrthday. £150 is offered in prizes in the Jjw» pcogmmrae, md a *mriUc amoant by Hie Y&nSu. Committee. j 'fill aiinll...

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Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

UtOaij frsoK OCB SWK eOSKESn»'DE\T. \ SrscE I last wrote, Mr. F- T. Amhurst has j been returned without opposition, as I ex pected. Tbe Bowen people made some! talk about an oppositBao — «wjjj^^» — more,-! : think, to save then- dignity, and not appear as ? if they were dictated to by Mackay, than with any real desire to oppose Mr. Amimret They also Celt a little sore, t have no doubt at the somewhat cavalier manner in -which Mr. ffhgeraU sad treated Bowen. Mr. jinthozst is now «st lus way down, and wiU probably take hia seat in tile House before 4bis reaches yen. He will join the Opposition ranks, and heiptodisnmsh die small majority tbe Ministry lave yet left. The Bbek Swan bas been taken off theiiwe between this and Brisbane, owing. I hear, to .' boom ridculoua report piaileby Captain Hirst, of tfaeTinonee,on the nsvigition of this river, in which he asserts that it is highly dangerous ' for any steamer to come np to Maekay. Such. a report is entirely without foundation, as any o...

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HORSE SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

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SADDLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

SAODLEKT. ? For -he best Hmrting 8addk.-kr. Mac Soanlan, first prize. P-TrhrnntrrralrinrinfiaiMfc It, Htm Scanlan, first prize. . . For the boat Side Saddle.— Mr. John Sran lan, first prize. ' ' For the best Set «f Baggy « — m Hr JohnScanlan, fiat pri»t^ ^^ For the beat Set of Heavy tTarmm Ui John Scanlan, Sat prize. For the best Stockman's Saddk—jlr. Jdm Scanlan, first prize. ' ? ^^

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VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

VEHICLES. Travelling Tum-orCTs^ Buggy (Abhotta}. —Mr. Danatd Franr, first prized '? Newport PagnaUTar Cart (ilwiai iqlri, with ttctory wbeeH-Xr. DoaaU Amw SprawCart— Mr. Charles Me Verdi aland' PDzeadyawazded. Waegoaettar--^Ir. E. Cms first prize. ' Soaable it whadad).— Mr. K ^y fiat prize.

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PRESERVES, PIC[?] &C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

PKEKEEVES, PK.XLBS, *r. ~ r Aeoueetirja of Jams, oosawdav ?w'tMsom, citron, and Seville, orange ?asiiiniarli, laplh (jam and jeDy). tc-Mr. On, first poze;l|ia, natson. second prize. . . . Mulbarry Jam.— Mr. Watson, Batiam. . For SbseDa PScHej.— Mr. OravacasBpnVe. QMaBlairf^iiadeChr*^— Hisi-hi,*hird P-AEa«ciaI exmhtt of jams andlaarsiahdea was weatm from Mr. AnaeranVinaAsade Factory, at BuraetnBe, - khiIiih of Irwinn . marmalade, orange do, citmooa., waagff nn The jams were nsdla, piM a^ arhrto lTja^^.^'o^iS2£ edntmTtaL * '' Mr. Rossini erhibited wiae litkn Mat cosiiac punch ot local inannfactare. ' . — Both the above exhibirs had specjalaaranhv A special award abo was made torllkv Orr's exhibit of a large family nosegay:

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PLANTS, &c., [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

PLAKTS, *c .-,.'-? Mr. JolmO%hai»ssycxiaaed«b«esalL beantifnl'sdectioi. of Fenm, pot phmnvjSa' fruit trees, and was awarden ««- firafpr^ Mr. Barnard «ookthe«ecamdpiiiti(i» ssaiiWr - collection. :* ' ^* Mr. Hallam exhibited several stalks of cars,, sown smce«he1Iood, «i»t krge cabs on tbatv — First prize. ' u , .

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THE RUINS OF SAW FRANCINCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

THE BCINS OF 8A5 X&USCBBO. Towabds ibe due of the uiwsjisstirt century- tbe city' of San Frstinanff arm totally inenlfed by an csjrdstjtute. AJthoogh tbe whole -enesUine mast bam bom much abmkeo, the wwjdeot seems to have been norelr local awd even the city of OaUua xwcaped. ; Schirappelfart, the celobritBo JQur— B geoloeist, endearoored to oxpbup tin aingnlar feet br mtgnMHag that tteTB 1 are Borne thing* tbe earth aasnot 'ewalloir.- - statement thmt A90M be ! receit/ea vritli sjome cuiIxqii, ?? jettnA ' ing the Ixtstade of ordinary .jgcnlaj'jcal epecolatioD. Bist^trUoediBagreein thetoact date of the calamity. Tola Srafa, thrjareli i known New-Zealrmder, srbawadtainbie 1 speculations on the rains of St Brat iusno from'IVmdoa lUiuge' have-srori I for hiin Hie stUeultre I'^irTilifaj'Tii' dv *l ; the Boentiiic wnrid, ficw Ihe uuiU'ltBiice jiai. D. 1880. Tfais, mppaknt Ae city to have been actually 6«n»«etl in 1850, as ?wserled, srould friro fea£ thirty yean for it to have tmmu...

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COMMERCIAL [?] OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

S3! ? KJ | COMERGIAL f r^numBXux Ofstce. Fridav £venin-r. Accoi-*s'n* 6om iqi-ooantxy cmrtznae unfavour able as to 1*K condition of tk«ja The ?tores it SwiuBMu'e are gettjng km* in stocks, 'some leafing lines having mri oat cntxnlf , and the u^J til Thdt 1»o in liiji is bo bad Out goods camMtlefinmael. Adms have been re «hri%-lri)lliinait*«ril lie meMMIieatehtadiDf; ndat*IU safe is*. prove. Cfa-esaatI and Coppa-Md m afan iranaeaiortaf santaies. nZre2aeDh«atrEl3 15s. to £14 per tan in trade j-ajrcel&. ; 'HenneSFy-s brand}- is still scar*~-£.^**3BPir' useless te -give quotations for carriaglb, as dnys «amnot traveL Daring lbs week -he li James Pateraoo has lttimglJ. a praifial cargo from Sydney, and returned with wool and copper. . r Tti schooner Helena, from the Biver Don. if (in Tasmania, has arrived with a cargo of ^ lassortad produce, which was sold on the wharf at high prices. I^lis, leveuus received at the Customs for the month ending May 31, amounted to £7134 7s. 7i The...

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THE CAPROCORNIAN" [?] JUNE [?] 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

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