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CONFEDERATION. LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

CONFEDEEATIOX. Xjoctxtc, June 5. la the House of Lords Earl Carnarvon stated that a J^wpatjOt had been received at Downing-street, from Cape Colony, recom Btendnur a conference to consider a scheme of ^?fc-t^ti™. embracing tbe whole British Empire.

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THE CYPHRENES MAILS. LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

THE CYPHBENES MAILS. Londox, June 5. The Australian mails per Cyphrenes to California were delivered™ London on the 2nd instant

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THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LONDON, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. Loctxk, Jane 2. President Grant declines to became a candidate at the next election of President of the United States. MONETARY. London, June a. The rate of discount is easier. Apprehen skmsof dear money are sohsidmg.

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ADELAIDE. Jane 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

ADELAIDE. June 4. The Boncaut Ministry are regarded as gbmnc, although I'lmijnip^ of incoagmoas dementE. In moving the adjournment of the Assembly till tbe 14th instant, Mr. Boucaut said that ms Ministry were united on all leading questions. JuneS. 90,000 tons of breadstuffr have been exported this year. _ June *. The Government have telegraphed to the Agent-General in EngVsad to dispatch three fyaipmt vessels to the colony during the forthcoming half-year. COXIMEBCIAL. Lomxik, June 2. Farther failares are anticipated, but it causes no monetary disturbance.

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RECIPROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

RBOTBOCITx'. I An sjbramg specimen ^)f vc£poia!f diplo macy has just been' jaia before .Parlia ment in die fonn ' of Goaesnondence between the Cbumnn. ^SfeotETAirr of Queensland, and d-e Governments of New Zealand, South-Anstrilja, and Tas mania. Whether conmnawaiiaii was also opened with New Sonai Wiles -and Victoria does not appear. None is pub lished, at any raftp, and as our chief frrar]^ is done with these two colonies the omicdnn is aH-a.gr ^ng»lar ': r.f The negotiations were opened by the) Government of Queensland, in a letter' fiom Mr. MacaLister to die Chief Segketarv, South Australia. The conimnnication states diat die Govem ment has come to the conclusion diat it is desirable Oat advantage should be taken of die Imperial Act under which permission was given to die colonies to impose differential finfes. Accordingly a scneaule at pradacts is snbnutted, in which interchange between Queensland and South Australia is considered desirable- Jte scflednle.cqniprised the followi...

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MELBOURNE. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

HELBOUBXE. Jane 4. Parliament has voted £500 to enable Pro-! ieseor Hanord to experiment upon the effect] of ? injection of ammonia in eases of snake] bite. ..... faronr of immenttion. A Handbook of Vic toria tor eujeewtHKi m ureax xtmaan, is in coarse of preparation, andwfll be pubbahed byauthori/1 I The Attorney -General proceeds against Bay for appropriating to his own use £1000 of crust 'Uu^ sales of Harness/* case brandy are reported. JaneS. tA Chinese doctor has applied for reeistza n ander the Medical Board of Victoria, sad has been refused, ea the ground of his nut having studied anatomy. A girj of thirteen years has committed euicaaW by bssging herself. ' Tbe rsisii— jEto''*'1'31 *-«~'c Boards gives BA Chiaaman was killed by lightning at the Durham Lead, on TfanTsday. JaneS. Typhoid fever is prevalent at Ararat, and the State schools there have been dosed in consequence fcrr One weeks. A private telegram from London repira that croasirea wools are realising an advance' of a...

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SYDNEY. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

SYDNEY. June 4. The pobuc ?*—*»»£ bjst night resolved to organise a small pioneer expedition to New Guinea. CoombeE, nuUer, has aangoed his estate. HisUabaites»rese±downat£«,00a Haeanarie, shipbuilder, and Bridge, who set the yacht adrift with full steam on, and a bank dark alone on board, have each been sentenced to pay a fine of forty -halm-, and to be imprisoned for three months, for assault ing the clerk whast in the execution of his dntyasbaSaT. Several legal paints have been Mr. WhJtsonhascompktUdhie scheme for bringing the raaway into the cay. '^^.detoterfeom lUbonaw, has bam Jane;. &Bt!u?**:B*a*m. i. mm,*»a '£?&$£%„** tWa. hwavy ??* ' -*-R, Bis EneOescy «r ArJhar Gonbn anted the Zigaag jeateeday. * The hanjse ?P.OE. was wrecked eahBBW Newcsstie. Twootthecrewareanssinj anl ? ?nili Itofeorowneu. . There is a grerti»od at Windsor, where the river has rise? forty feet Mr. Saumg. of uwm.-* has commenced an action far Hod against the K.V. air*, tmU, for pafababiugt...

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MARK TWAINS FIRST INTERVIEW WITH ARTEMUS WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

MAKK TWAOra FT8WT IKTsWvTKW WHE ABZEKD3 WAKD. I had never seen' him before. He broogbt letters of introddEtion &o» mntoal friende in Sail Frucueo, and by inritatjon I breakfasted with Dim It was almost religion, there in tbe sUrennines. to Drecede encb a moil with whisky cocktails. — ^ ArtemnB, witi the true coemopoain inatiiict, always deferred to the autm of the country he was in^md «b lie ordered three of those e3wiiiihinnriR. Uingston was preseor. Imp a match for nearly any beserMe too can mention ; except a smiakyeoti teil, and therefore I said I would isfher not drink one. I said it wool? go right to my bead andconftue me to that I would be 'in a helpless tangle in ten minutes. I did not want to act like a lotcatie before strangers. But Artemns gently- iosteted, aad I drank the reasonable mixture under ]m t«t,aodfeltalllferiarethatIw«aT6itTg a thing tint I might be anrry fee. Inaniiouteortwolbeganto umtgine tbatmy ideas were clouded. I waited in great anxiety for the «...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN". [?]—JUNE 12, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

tco.T&E *CABRIOORNIA*J ^ ,. CVomna-J(Ox 12. 0*75. j

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CURRENT TOPICS. THE DRY DOCK AT BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

[ GU8BENT TOPICS. j THE DET DOCK AT BRISBANE. A.KETUBK laid upon the table of the Legislative Assembly finnichpc all par ticulars relating to the Dry Dock, or Graving Dock, about tt- be constructed at Son& Bdsbane^heeqgineers' reports on die workiand estmates of cost ; an account iof eipenditnre already incurred ; the salaoes of officials engaged,; and a statement of what has already been done. ' There is a special interest artar4.mg to this docament 'fiom the riiLXiu&tanee ' that its cnrnpuatioQ is the work of Mi : WrtuiM D.'Nisbet, in Ks new capacity : of -Engineer of Harboms and: Earers for ; the colony of Queensland. 1 Fust in oirier, JS an estimate by Mr t A. j-P^S^^^^Stfy^ea, of', ^a^S^eimpltri^k^a, rf the 29-5^¥WsX*toditto, 34 tL; ?ridth at i copm£j^ll6 in^ widdi at entrance,' 57 ft; depth of water on all atfgjgj? water, map rite, rgj£af»8fc 'rtgfflt confer oBn, ™2o°°; «hree C. J. pen|, strxis and setting, .£4000; enguw-hrsafe stack, and setting of machinery, ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

E3 ? ? * SHIPPING NEWS. Jose 7.— QaeeniiaDd, «., 287 tons, Captain F. Brookes, from BraUme June 2, vi&alltaej pmta. Fwann- Mia 8htw. Mm**] Sarbsttle (2). Bev.-D. Fattens. Ifcno. P.I Uioiftu, AnmuUer, Shaw, Watt. Boms, Byalls, and Whittle steerage, mending 54 Sooth Sea Wanders. Wand ana Wmd, aesnts. June &-Bafeurifca, ajs, 26»*ons, Captain W. Bed, bam Sydney Jane 1. vii Mary borough. EWa«n-Xii Grade, Hn. Biehards. Mrs. Foot, Wm Holland, Hemn. Grade, Biehards. Holmes, East, Masters W'. Hfflott, A. Alexander, F. Alexander, and four in tbe steerage. Wood and Wood, ?grate. ? ? June 9.— Annie, schooner, 15 tans. J. Wanon, amtir, from Calliope, with 10,080 feet bardwaod, and 1000 bet one, consigned toA. Grant Master, agent. June 10— (In Keppd Bay): Horace Irving, «.s., 626 tons, CapUin B. M. FhiUipa, from Gooktown, Jooe 5, rik -H the ports. Passen gen - - lira. Fleming. Mn. Price, Mrs. ! Ikeriaan. Miss Sheridan, Mean. Price, Flem- j inc. AUsopp. 'Walsh, Hart, Goalaton, Jaab...

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MARYBOROUGH. June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

MARYBOROUGH. Jane 10. The schooner Jason caught fins last night, and is now burned to the water's edge. The -«rigin of tbe fire is unexplained.

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CLERMONT. June 5, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

CLEBMOXT. June 5, 5*30 p.m. fiSs Honor Jndge Hirst arrived here on Wednesday night The roads are in a fright ful state. The District Oourt Criminal Sittings opened --m Thursday morning. Hotter hasoeensen-. wABSad to twelve ?*«'*?' imprisonmeut ; and Sanm Gtanjet to six months. On Saturday, xn*4ae civil aetiau, Thompson and Oasbion 'v. XJax and Adair, claim for goods destroyed at Brnedsoand, a. verdict was recorded for the plaintiffs. It has been raining since Thnrsday morning, tatwssoowoessed.

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

BBISBAlfE. Wia»BS. B. t-. Hobcheu) ft Co. report :— Stations.— Qool weatem properties *» in great demand. 'ThereisaLnaKnwing indi 1 nation cm part of buyers to invest in atatinba notao lar out, even ttoogh they are not fat tening so long as file counbyb aousd and healthy, and the priec not too nvh. Since ourjast nytrt we naveaoia tte Eotban»«nd Bynmunt stations, in Ore Matatm,da4ncts7 and H yall Downs, m Hie Ldchhardt dSdoct. Wiiii toe feregoiog atations were nU^nt 132,000 sheep and. a saaS herd of cattle ; , Hears. Grahame and^Jaftmy porchasers.^ We hare anio sold, without inspection,! jCuHoden, -b the banasborou^i Eiver. MitcheD disteet, together, with SOW cattle, lat £6 IDs. per kead; J.' V. Bocfi, £»j., ! purchaser. \ ctae._ at tatOt maataisedAea- mice. 1 I For store buOoeks tine is very fittie local jdamand, bat xool prices can be obtained for this class Seattle, & delivered sootii. Breed-, mg cows, {ram two to six years, of good quality, are mquired £nr. Our guotanioBs...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN. (Via Corniwall, June 7.) COOKTOWN, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

^ THE WEEK'S TELEBaitm. f ? CO0EP8W. ' '' CooKiowk. Ju»e6. mmxprnm,!,- Harare bite left thi port AjiiiM «t we ?Jtlfdc tins Awf. fjEWktsfie. (M-lwi on. oTKEer WSel One iU Georgetown; also Ttesfcboooer Chert, at rscfa from Sydney to Sew Can, passed this port yesterday, IJDto Btenmr Bum fa ernectea'on Wedoes ?^wHhSSOCtune-!, froi Hongkong. % U. Tan -Morton eaih hence an W«t ?Mn^takng lifer retauring Chinamen. «ahrf merehajKbV and stores are very ffe^SeTm demand, artu have ben mini of -»rmi- I ty CMnimwi. ^Chcy are mating booA Ham ? also another rash, by Europeans, to agieebetem theMjtehdl md Oakey. ^Rs^VglnVsalBimetory iMinnll n n)*n»lilf news from tbe neb. Several MfflfmnuT «~pi»li-i» speculating- here want ?Bui banks hold SQaOozs. of gold, and will wki^theLeichhardt ajjfeweatberfi spleul&Mrithaslnag south ??I Biiii

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The New Arctic [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

The Hem Arctic QplHfL :-£3 Regarding the new Arctic Brpvdaia; we learn from the London papers 4Ba the route by Smith Sound fs'pe^aSltfy. the Admiralty Artie Committee ibr $e foUowmgreasons : — Tl (mllli hi 1 mil 1 free from ice by the several vessels *Scb have visited it since 1852. Of laje years the sound has been penetnnttrfc a considerable distance by'AnierictetSfr ploring expeditions^ nobibSy bjr1 ff^W, who rearhed and winteted be/and J§e 31st parallel without much diSugjjL and the vessels comprising tbese expe£C tions were far mfenor m power .l?i@& ^jtiijiwu^iii to those wiucfa wul coMymf^ the present Smith Sound isliinM He have a continuous coast line on cither side up to the parallel of about 826%, the i^giwc^ wninfr y^*- i*xji IkhI. ..t'**1 com paratively well dctennmed pointSi whece records of the progress of the expedition could be deposited and depots of pro visions placed if necessary. There are likewise the Danish settlements on the west side of Greenland to fal...

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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Official notifications. Th£ foUowing notifications appear in Satur day's GorerawBt GazttU :— AprorNTHEKTS. — Archibald M'Dowall, Dis trict Surveyor, lands Department, for the district of Darling Downs, to be transferred to that of Wide Bay and Burnett ; Walter C. Hnme, Staff Surveyor of Hx second-dass, to be an officer of the first-dass, and District Surveyor of the Darling Downs district, in the room of A. M'Dowall, transferred— to take effect trom June 1, 1S75— also to act as Com mjssuner of Crown Lands for the imsftUed district of Darling Downs, under the provisions of the Pastoral leases Act of 1869, in the room of A. H'Dowall, transferred; John Doughs, Esq., M.L.A., and John Scott, Esq., U.LA, to be Trustees of the Brisbane Grammar School, in terms ef the Act of Council, 24 Victoria, No. 7. BtrsiKEss Licenses. — During the mouth ending April 30, -there were issued three business igrnsffi at Bavenswood, fire at Charters Towers, and one at Peak Downs. Gexeeal Rbgistev Office.— It...

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can the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

_ .trimcmt*:T*&—-' ? ' nWH**HM recently made by jdHttMhob in tbe comree of a lecture ^^laBaW-befijir tte SocieJy of Aits. *ii«8Hlkjrir A nitrite of amyJ, which ii»*£riagaj 4xse last few yeas obtained a gjilmtote importance owing to its ^TtffinDB/lititof~sttSiMM ouihc lm*un body, OgJUE&ri^CTddiat a distinguished ~ ilii1pil,,Wifesor Gurhrie, some years r ajB^wlsaV gffistaEng over nitrite of flJMWkWMic alcohol, observed that Oigj#% *fc-ihaled, quiaened his i iiirflatiim, and made him fed as if he faadttesn nnmmg. There w?s flashing of Ins fine, rapid action of his heart, aOl bnatmelsness. In 1861-2 Dr. Baepndsao ^ntade a careful and' pro Bsna58wCwfcitni that it produced asgaj|Ilf ilbe Wood vessels, and afier lwi|Mj£^'1ByfeayJi an extent did this agent ^tfHp^ttEosnoefi :oy s&ycnnia, and aawj^HE^Bwa? tbscovered its action, he OHB10 npoose its use for removing foe jHKjsiit .-an some -at me cjmiciucst. ' a^swiBwwc ^ '** — The results he addfiLiiEVC nsore^than realis...

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MACKAY. June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

MACKAV. Jane 10. Oe uwaqstances for the Pioneer Handicap at ?tt, .forthcoming Races include the foUowing fcanw 1 — imVi Kingston, ^*'''y BdmiokFT, San, Kirwan. For the Mackay Handicap:— Watake, Knvdm, Johnny Schmoker, Hero, EaAabeu, Emo, ArieL There ale six «»*«wne«s for ube Selling Bace;eer«i for the Back Hurtle Bare; agbt {or the* Ladies Porte. Hurdle Baoe: -Forrester, P«rcy, ^tweateisimlenaid.

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Cheerful Hemes. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Cheerful Hanoi. A cheerful, happy home, is me greatest safeguard against temptations for die young. Parents should spare no pains and begrudge no money to make home an attractive spot There should be pictures to adorn the walls : flowers to cultivate the finer sensibilities ; the choicest and most entertaining of books, ana ugn-tonea ana instructive news papers and periodicals. These things, no doubt, cost money, but not a time the amoont that one of the lesser vices even will cost — vices which are sure to be acquired away from home, but so %ddbm there. Then there should be social ^pleasures — a gathering of young warm welaome of the neighbour who drops in to pass a pleasant hour. There should be music, and games, and read ing. The tastes of all should be consulted, imtileachmemberof tbe family looks forward to the hour of reunion around the hearth as the brightest one in the whole twenty-four. Wherever then: is found a pleasant, cheerful, neat, attractive, inexpensive borne, there...

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