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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

' for CfBaiftl irf-Siitf^i^i^Sm^Sd Hacaa-a&.'-''iliaMMr'4t**-C Int Sowing Miri»-avg«falW«ofcJfaa»ani»»lliic Medi O4A«in«BB ftfce OfcA-in «pplkat*L rnssiris h. jcavakawh, mi nifaaftlnl notioe, of the bert irmwua ' miiliiiJ.'-wil ' ? lir ? ili'ii - ? H ? ' ill '_ BtB&KS EgTABUKHED 1806. THOMAS TL .OAVANA6H, VTHEELWBHSBT AMD BLACKSMITH, ' Lower Dawsok Koad, RpC'g H A MP TO N. ' AL B It E C H T T? E E Z. xir * i ' » EA8T -STREET.. | ' Has ok £ale — * j BRAKWE6— He»Dra»}Je, Martell's - bulk ' ii andtue. - - i £Ctt-«*m»«-i»Oa«iid. ' 'I WHttKX — OkoBret. Irish, BdHi Rom, ] « Lome— tw*and«Me i j «ENJEVA=fcy*MJIKZ,i8, arnUgsl ftOHKA*FS-4HdTm. ' '?? NORlfeA&SEK OORS-KiBmneL '' . BtTTrnfeforMgy Btoogrton, Ai^ojtaa, WIKES-Sbeny. Port, Colonial, ^dnet, MAEASCSraO-Oaiaeoa, dt*»*a*. «ad . utter liqueurs. . 4 ALE-fcolk,SaMte«ndpinl» j - , STODT^SUod'., By*''', «nhnMm'— 4tiiffte J|»S-4»* V»»iti«, cbartii, balm, nd bom. . -. r SOGHFl, jjjuwtog. --JVj-Mli.-C»— *». .W oajaarstmm...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Visit of the Prince of Water to India. (Times, March 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

Visit of the Prime of Watesto MMsl YtL-j, JKo.t4 23.) . ! The proposed visit of the Prince of Wales to India is one of those evenls ! which, though -bdonging; other to tbe pageant than to the ?Mffif-rr ^wiw g[ histoiy, a-*rakj--as ne-Kertbeleis a. mote i vi\-id interest than *oocn*TeDces of more ] InrriiKdr importance. The events ?which I make history, die establishment of an j East India 'Company, or a batde of' Flassy, mai*' pass irith little notice in i their time, and are only to be ~$rMr«{ by their effects. But it is. die piwflege of royalty to be the \*isible embodiment and summary of such effects) soi viius, upon occasoD, to gather before die imagination of an empire die. whole course of the memorable jev-olHtkms which hare made both empire and sore re%n what they are. Among the advan tages of an hereditary monan-fay and aristocracy there is none more con spicuous than that their representatives are witnesses, alike to the dullest and to die brightest imagination, of the king...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

s SYDNEY. The *3-iaajr Ormld of tile 23ri nUimo states : ? Trr- 1- - In A»esd»-.Tjart of thews* the' stack and share parka* was «nodeoitel1-«ttre.intjiaa since rdanatd into such a daH. state Hat during the tiro past dan onb/ £bne sales were repertarL-' Bank stock fcaVfceen particularly dnU, b«ye«V pricsa genaaaSy being aach'as holders pafM -~-tt aeqept without establishing a conaaenuile J«w**?m GBy opened atritt, advanced to1 9fc and are now held 'for 9L OonunerdaV oflxred at last week's price with out ss~b-L* Joint rjtoct have been steaayat 13*. Kew South Wales-have- a firmer tone, and advanced. Ss.'.on.tiifi .pace previously accepted. lnDebentnres.tilflrewere no fxans Tr~tnf*atf~ifl~*rl *ip Steam were confimd to Aus tralasian, at, an mtprovement of 5s. on last week's' price; sellers now lequire a farther advance. In Mjninsr there is nothing new to* notice. -Wlllaend anaV-Waratah CoaT strong. Peak Downs Copper met one buyer, who paid 11*. GoU nominal. , . The arrival of seven cargo...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATION. GARDEN, & FIELD. [?] FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

' ;; I STATION. GARDEN, & FIELD, f ' * * HBKO&AXDA FOR JtT^K * - The present season continues to be specially - favourable for gardening operations, Bud ttoee i -MvpayanyUnnglikepraperattentJontsiJiem ; ~5fflbesunnly rewarded for their labours in a * «ood supply °f wholesome vegetables and '. '£ad«farnome«omium]t-anor{ertiiemarket. - wjBfcages and peas, where titty have escaped ' IKe ravages of gmbe and eaterpalaiH, *31 bow 'SbwbovW -l-e table, and fresh plantations * -BcyatOl be made while Che grand retains ifraflicient moisture. All young growiug crops * ijt aMbages, canESowers, pea*! « pofatoej — aieuld te kept wdl earthed up, and where nlerris advancing in the trendies Die asme ''-'Kaiary ooeration shantd be regularly done, ??aduE every Olethii the sartSiiloos not get S'Wwonetneatdtato injure' tiuenVand that ' Se^riUngisdoBtwhenfiieGoaisdryaDd - cambly. iigoodsowisgodettBaes.radtshes, » Sro* pardsy, P-*.***. JI^L^S/fl? * ^mw be made, and dmbkrb seed anosM be * ' ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Surveyar's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

, * ' Totrn $unejor-s BeporL Arfte«a»etiug«( the nyi-ip-l Cooncfl on ?« foBawmg rejiort an the sew Water To His Wonilp «he Mayor and Aldermen, Sockhamp^er ? I do myself tie tumour to report thzt the Waierwoife, the constrnction of which had. Twen entrusted to me by yonr inst-ruction* -latod ' 187 , are now completed, j otA tiie water laid on to as many dwellings as have service pipes emmec-ted with the main. 'Ill order that yon may be placed in possession of the fuBes-t information upon ao important a matter, I sbaD, with yonr permission, in this, my liual report on the subject, briefly describe the several works. The source of snpply is the Ucescent 1 ^igoon, one of a chain situated on tie' western slope of the Alielstme Range, and distant hv the pipe track fmm the lower end of Wuiiam street, where the main terminates, three miles and nine chains. L poe & slight eminence seven cbaifis from. I and ten feet above the highest kttotrn tiood level of the lagoon, is erected the e...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Northern News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

northern Hews. We extract the following items from Northern papers of late dates :— The Blacks Again. — For some time past time has ban a party of men at work ontbe Xorth Shore, who have been busily engaged at tile '?'fa*^' of a few euteiarising spirits in tiie town, prospector* tor coal, with what ?access we bare yet to learn; bnt it appeals titst during their operations, they were frequently interviewed by a small (ribe of ''j»L ft. numbering about twenty, but ap parently with no hostile intention. On Tnes day last tlw party came to the beach, opposite tike town, and got a boat to ferry them over, as they were short of provisions, their own boat beingsunk in a creek dose to the scene of tiieir operations, to prevent molestation during their absence. On their return they found tile provisjonw.stnlea, the sails destroyed, and every bit of ironwork available taken any. The men came *-ver again on Friday afternoon, and whether they intend to resume their labours is as yet uncertain.— ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

^3 * tSZ.' \. NOTES ON THE WEEK. I QoMPtitiXTS acc contnuiaDy potttiog in of Hib harddiip and in justice inflicted by fin recently hnpnern1 tolls at the Oawsm Bridge. The tolls were pot into force in each a manner as to cause modi surprise, n5 nfficieat' pafchfj in timation of the sten Laving been given lire* vioady. On inquiry we find that a. code of regulations and schedule of tolls for a pate erected on the bridee was gazetted on the 30th October, 1S74, although they have only receatiy been acted upon. The impo sition was recommended, as we w in formed, by Sir. Jardine, Engineer of Hoods, CD., with a view to cbeck the needless and fanons riding across the bridge, winch, in spite of his remonstrances, contained daily, seriously imp^»'g legitimate traffic and closing unnecessary wear and tear in the fantfge. It would seem that Beattie's, the favourite resort of carriers and faaveuers, is on the farther side of the OawBon, whilst the bast grass is on this side. It was therefore the ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

POCIX&T. Hack Spanish, cock and hen-Mrs. McFar lane, first prize. Dorkmsa. ? lYbite tnuffdorldngs, cock and hen— Joseph Hatton. first prize. Cochin China's. — Mr. Barnard, Gut prize ; Mr. John Flvnne f I nenL uMvmA raise. Boff Cochin China— Mr. T, H. S. Perkins (I pen), first prize. White Cochin China. —Miss Charlotte Lynn, I pen. Brahma Pooba's.— Mrs. Dingle, first prize ; Mr. £. J. McDonald. 2nd prize. Hamburgh's SOver-pencaied.- G. H. Wright, first prize. White Poland*. — Mr. David Jones (1 Pen), GmTfowL- Hact-breastedredt- Jaran prize. Black Furnace Game, cock and two hens Mr. H. Lynn, first prize. Bmuscmng ¥'**. ^mtc and bbd. — James Hatton, first prize. Botton^ombed game, black, breasted.— Mr. Thomas Lyune, first prize. Lyu»e, first prize. Back red muff game, cock and hen.— Joseph Hattou, first prize. Farm Yard Poolby.— Mr. & OBbrd, tint prize : Mr. Donald MTVjoald, eecond prise ; Mr. Joseph Charles, third prize. CoDectian of BoHltry.— Mr. Winiam Cairns, first ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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A [?] PUBLISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

A. jp&iL VUBU8BB&. j Budgewaxeb, a hnmble hamlet on the . confine* -*Btw*fie!d,»tSwTerideB»rfj one of the moat remarkable men of the times. His name is Tirompsw, and he ' is appareotljr about twenty-four yean old. He has, or rather did bare, a store in that place, in which ne kept an assort ment of books, pictures and various ' trinkets. To advance tbe sale of these j articles, he printed a small literary paper, 1 vettingitapand working itcfTwithbuoarn j hands,althongh we never beard how much I he paid for them- or if be paid for them at bIL The journal was a remarkable piece 04 '&! LUitri'itpre. It was set op in second-hand type ; i and as Mr. Thompson and his coad- ' jators wens as ignorant of tbe sizes of - type aa they were of tbe adrantsgas of I early scboolmg, tbe effact was eome- ' what singular. This paper was sent ' toevery family throughouttheland which . had not taken the precaution to bar its i doors, and was advertised in connection : with startl...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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ON MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

OHT XEHBEB8 OF PARLIAMENT Meubebs of Parliament are tall, stout -men, with long waistcoat*, light whiskers, and light hair. Tbev bare broad noses, -small eyes, and tall 'hate. Their hands are nt, and they have diamond rings onon their fingers. A. .man once told me that die use of these tings is to dazzle the people's eyes -with the sparkling of tbe diamonds, when -they cannot dazzle the people's eyes with eloquence. But this is most absurd ; for how could any one dazzle people with eloquence. Members of Parliament mar over-coats and watch chains. A great number of them hive watches «lso. They look at their own boots, or the -top of your forehead when they are speaking to yon. They do not look into your eyes, lest you should find it hard to endure tbe gaze of an honest man. They are very fond of children and -canary birds. I once saw a Member of Parliament earning a Jitlle child on bis knee, and rocking another to sleep in a -cradle. They often collect so many .eanary-biru'sthnt the ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY AND TRIFLES, HOPELESSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

POETfiY AND TRIFLES, f HOPELESSKESa ? - Looe waafcdM with tbe woe wttbbi me tantnl, Xo wait ae less mj amr attssa sad aaaana,* Tor tbe keen Mont, tte kam acoae, Is era&ea Into mj faeazt of beana. V; «ar of life a all with drafts otoarawa.' Urf aiciitdnwi ramrt suaoa tJm««yt«Es]ne— 1 ra^a iiowalaaigs.dnsl[-a1apeSm;dawii Will erer rise upon. ITt*'* lr'Wif *in-m t nn T?Ufcri anw. ^ fmatimg me waene ts go with gailtsan tfao, ina gumleai as Uie wind. Alas tor me, p»r ire, whose teaMta; lean. - Whom pfe cm tejcb wtttjiglit that late asuhait Chbjlp Befdtitios:.— Some women get up a- cheap repntatien for ami-b3itj bj Ulmg a li'tle boy intj the ommbos with rbeaa, and mahitsg him stand up aad gm fab seat to seme body about SOtimes during the trip. Bed Bit. — A good many people ?rcre n cently deluded in going into am wpotfaeeary'e shop in a lilia-e to w» a red bat which baft teen tjptuied, and was on csfeohihmv, dey ?aw it ; 'and it was red— ss a brickbat fcaoaHy is. A uwtcb was onne r...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

j LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWSJ At tiae sitting af ti» Soon DeatsOourt on Waineaday, in cto Camrt Bouse, two cases Karestraakoa^1 then being no appeaN anceof either pkrtie^ one wasiertied«it of Court, one wast confined- tar- service of amanons, and the tVAowarsrere adjudicated apon:-J«hn SeaBittT.Canairban Brothers, dBbonoured prormsaory ante, daim £13 13s.; verdict for plamtag; with £2 Ife &L casts. Henry Jones v. i. O. Bobesteon, -goods sold, daim £6 13s.; verfict far piamtht, with 12s. Cd. costs. Two^tiwcaseVwere sbnek out, the partjuaiars being ii«ii(fi.-inill Tkf —nject of a Northern Steam Com- ' pany- _^jng revived, and we' nnderstand that tiie provisioBal directors intend calling a1 general meeting ft* the pornose. This step ! has* been twimj^l bv Mw mJ^^j^ . w ^^J, i in which tiie AAK. Company attend to— or rather, neglect— »e sh^ipmj; bosmess of BockbaavbM.%»d Ihe l«T«5^a*equacy of tiie ComWsfMetft arrangenlem? for ^fte | growing dfxinaak af «nr eoastins^rade. It is state...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Narrative of Narcisse Pelletier [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

The harratheefHardsse Pelletier Toe Eastern and Australian a. Brisbane has, this voyage, conveyed to the capital of Queens land a very nauaaat passenger, eoneernrm; whose career a abort ffr-^*** may possibly prove interesting. Karcisse Pierre FeDetier (or Peltier), the son of a -»-— ~*-* of Ssmt Gules, near Bordeaux, flccapied in I83S the post of cabm ' boy in the good ahm Saint Paul, of Bordeaux, daring a voyage from China to Australia, i whicker she was conveying some 390 Chinese emigrants. I Kef in toe lansiade Group of Islands, and soon became a total wreck, the captain, crew, and mngronb t r i 'li'nl* an *^*™ir ajsK in boats and ethers along tae reef . One of the three boats was damaged on the racks, and the — — Vr'-g two behur. quite in adequate for the conveyance of all hands to any ether land, it became evident that tie crew, if they wished to save themselves, must leave the Chinese. Accordingly, the Euro peans made for a neighboring inland, where, however, tney were attacke...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Notifieations [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

Otfcia} Motifieatttm. Tar fallowing notifications apfenr in Sztar j day's Omnanl 6-tzMU :— ! APPonmcEXTs.— The Police M»g«li jI» at iStanthorpe, to be Acting Land Cemmssianer jot fbot place; \V3Eam Hortoa. to be Land I Aeent at Stantiiorne : riw- P*Ji« \fxvidasft» I at Stauthorpe to act as Mineral land Com missioner for the district of Dsrfins Dons, Soeia. in the room of Mr. Waiter C Hume, transferred ; Wffliam Montgomery Davidssn, I District Surveyor at Maryborough, to be i Deputr Surveyor-Ceneral in tbe iliMiilminl : of Pnbiic Lands ; Henry Botger. PAot. M«re tnoBa/, tcLozcoastwaiter at that part, em , James Howe, deceased, appointment to take , effect from May 1 ; Chads V. Eich, Sob iCoQector oi Customs, fflaoshme, to be { Shipping Inspector at Port Curtis ; BarOey j Fahey. Sub-Cauector of Customs. Eodeavor ' Birer, to he Shipping Inspector »t tkat pert; I George Chile Watson, to be a Magirtratr of ! the territory; Mr. J. E. Dicksoo, MXA, to ; be a Member of tiie Board of General...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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ITEMS PEE SUEZ MAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

ITEMS PEE SUEZ MAIL The P. and O. Company's steamer brings English News to April 16. Mr. Lowtter, under-seetetsly -t the ?Colo- nial Office, addiessmg his -jai»litiifti|a at York, declared that the Government were ihoraughlv resolved not to saoctasn proposals tending to tha dismemberment «f the rnin'ii Ex-Garernor Dacsne had am enthusiastic reception on arriving at his estate in Essex. There is smeh excitement in Lincoinshire on the Emigration question, and tbe agents for Canada and New Zealand are ibddn^pmslic 'SrepirSMr. Wballey, m tie Commons, the Minister aasdit was premature to give an onimon on tte question of the annexation of Kew Guinea. TJie printers of the Isacrsssd ItaOf Soot bave been aiiniiiaiai 1 to the bar of the House of Commons for publishing the evidence namasetoOaiasaigrma^aamk taken before a Select Osmnriaae. The motion is causing gnat exotfimfint. i The BndgetiiiamiM that a -slight change^ is proposed to gradually reduce tfas National r OtSitiv Chancellor at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

BUZACOTT /t ARMRTE0NG' (Late A. 6. Armstrong and Co.), Impor ters of Ships' ItijH*n£. Gable Chains, and Anchors ; Paints, Oils, Engineers' Stores, sad General Ship Chandlery, Market-street, Sydney.^^ ? ^^ JOHN EILBEE is earnestly requested to cnmnnmiBate with his friend ROBERT \V. SHIRE, National Bank, Marylwrongk, when he,, will hear of eomething to hjs advantage. . * . IS V E S, FINKEV, A X D CO., Importers of General Drapery, Silks, Millinery, and Men's Clothing ; Denison House, Eockhampton. |~ EIC-HHARDT FAJplEY HOTEL, | EockbImptos! ; First-class &i««'»»'*'i'|rt~TBi7 *tf oderate C3iaxges. | It? D. CEUIJCKSHAK K, I - - PBOPHr^rptL . I «!«? rf -rt- »i)^.JLto - 'Bockhamp-' :ten B-dMaif-r 'Daily Northem Amu,' ;-Poak Downs Tdegon,1* and 'Tom and . Conntrj,' kept in the CotEee Boom. 1 THE G-GtEarn**ST WONDER OF MODEES TIMES ? ^ a-J9 L I, O.W A V'S PII.T8.'''* . Persoas laiffmng from weak or dafvrr - U3atedamstatatkmswiUdiscoTerthatiiJ«hau.. . . o»enf this WDnderW medicine lie...

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TIME TABLE. TORRES STRAIT MAIL SERVICE—1875. Approved by the Postmaster-General of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

TIME *Pj«r.*B ' ?flJRREfe BTRATr K&IL SERVICE— ioTS. ' ? '?' Approved by the Pnahrmihi ^gntaai af ? ? ? ?» Qoeeariand. . , 1 ' ? Drwkra. ♦ \ 1 ~ '* '' ~ ?'* l_... ^^m^. 1 ? - ; Si.) i :? t '—?*- --I'*--* ?'' r - ? TMaaafaj-' Mm . n ? ? Jlsy ? '..TO Stay Mj«i-Bf *? injT iy Joe r n ioi__iJ^ ?&£ ZZS !S-t_Ja ' mn.niiai i«rinii»iiiiniT«iTOJarSiSS5fc « rs Ocmtr wTOottHei, ? ^i'iM!ni!!*S- liajlrfflf' r * ?a»~aH.er«lsonn^ar-a,H.riiaaai n3Sar71:gl . I ? ? ' — ? — ^-n;. ^£ *CTWAKD. ? xaavas * '- aaartBi a^ — *i - i ? ? i flar, !»-». »-*,?*- ».» ^Xpa, * avai ffo., 1 a«. * JanoaiT « ? Jannary »sjp**h,.^M. 1 Hateli ~— ? ISZaLzz t^iy 'tfy iS^ — --vg * April ? ^SjHar ? .Mfirae ? 21 r«av~ » , «ay ? rf^ime ? Mioiv _-__5Sa)'r ? *B* Jaaa ? »-!dj ? e Aan«_J« lacaat -J» ./ 2Sair^ii1SsrS^^^^!LS ... October ..itj-Ssia-nnr KDeeaaaa-r C Deoogbn- U I . , , 1CT.1 UBS. , Vorambertl Stmmttr -jHfanaaiT _: Slannary _U- * PBcealier^.Ollaoeiiflw aTJgaqarj-,. Smtiauaij ^g~ ; * ThcP.indO. Paclet frcmt...

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BRISBANE. May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

BEISBANE. Mar 2S. The Miniwhfr for Works promises to lay upon the table of the House on Tuesday next, the plans and sections for further extension of the Northern SaSway to a. station on the went bank of the Onset Eiver, and to give notice of motion for their adoption. ?+. A sale of Crown lands will fata nbuslat BlaHraH on the 7th July next, when sixty two town lots will be offered. U. Messrs. B. D. Monhead and CoBpany have sold CoOoden Station, in tbe Mitchell Distzict, with 2000 head of cattle, at £t Ms. per head; and 14,000 wethers on Sive Downs at ten shntincs per head. : Mr. W. H. Kent haa aoU the nce*ome WandewfortwoJnmdred^iiinMS. A fancy ball comes off at Government House to-night There were 3*0 invitations. - The weather has deared. - In the Legislative Assembly to-4sy,.6iere w-m vp Qfumun. * -.'? , , May?9. The E. and A. Oompanya stetmdupSowen, buU for the Toms StaA mail Wrnee, amuaoV froratheaydeontiie lethinsbnt . The e.%. Florence Irving saned acnee tat northern ports t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 5 June 1875

                BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTH.   HARTLEY.--On the 27th instant, the wife of William James Hartley, of a son. DEATHS.   DUTTON.--At Mrs. Norton's, the Bush Inn, Cawarral   Road, on the 25th May, Edward John, son of J. Dutton, Esq., Banker, London, England. ROBERTS.--On the 27th instant, Frank, eldest son of   Alfred Roberts. Aged 3½ years.

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COMMERCIAL LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

COMMERCIAL Losdok, Jane 7. Thewool sales are proceeding most satis factorily. The series w3i ooncWe on the 17th instant The copper market is unchanged.

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