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

?sm ? TLj I COMMERCIAL CiPMOOEKiAX Ofire, Friday Evening. AivociTS of short supplies are coming to hand {romallthewestemdistricts. At$pringsoreand Tambo, as wdl asonstitioiis in the neighbour hood, the stocks of floor, tea and tobacco, are exhausted ; and stocks of spirits are also verr lor. StflL hundreds of tons of the much -needed stores are stock on the roads, wit&onthope of mating progress for. some time to come. One dray dispatched from Eock hampton four asonths ago for Tambo, is now stuck on the road only thirty-five mite west of the Dawson, and by the tune it reaches its destination, will have occupied six months. if not more, on tbe journey. Floor remains at last week's quotations. Brandies are very hjgh, and likely to lie higher stul, owing to the scarcitv* in the southern markets. HennessrE case is noir selling at 60s. to (Ha, and Harteus at 5Ss.tD 60s., according to quantify. Hennessj-'a bulk (in bond) may be quoted rronj 10s. to 10s. Cd. Ale and Porter. — Bass' ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

6VPNEV. * Bv the».s. p.!J-tl~ we are in receipt of Sydney papers to the 1st instant. the » JL BtrtU m its Meecaotae and Honey ArtidB of Monday evening, Ise31*t ultimo, says :— The escort cetams of April Auk » very angnt mnw—i m xboae for fte preceding ? Ill lln isanlili sliiilil iniTi ? tin March, and: j&6f* onjees for ApriL Iaat month's Kcdptt oousist of 15,733 ounces from the Westeren *rtrict 3487 «mces froai the Sonthera. and «32 ounce* frost the KorOem; and brini; np the total for tbe first- foor msjtbsofthisyearto 73,570 ounces, against 7M06 ounots for tbe corresponding portion of 1874. The Stock and Shan market nmented no new ieatms iin. (acosng. Bask *bares opeasd «*«hMt ftiacr* sricea. sad New Soutt Wale, found buyers as «;«ty & quired far at 9h aeuera at 91 ; Nataooal of Qiih nnliml raaalji imH fm li Vebentnrassre stiD negleetal— no transactions reported. Steam anet; sala -t Diawarra at 5i and ffered at £J. Tiiib1'''* ehares ?nattered. Coal in better demand;...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scamps. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Scamps. IFromtheCHabej Once a scamp always one, and the only thing to do is to -r»alr*» him the best one you can. Tom gets plucked at college ; he is forthwith called a scamp, provided with a steerage ticket, and a £10 note, and packed off to Aosttalia, leaving an impression behind him that he will I probably be hanged for ?hone stealing. He does well enough in flTBf?'' or ! California, but then he has wasted many precious years and hundreds -of pounds; At college he was a rotmd, inanin « square hole, and onght never' to 'iaye been sent there, but opt on die plains yof the West or a cattle station tie is thoroughly in his element; and .(here is always this about a true scamp, that when his heat is in his work he can' buckle like a. Trojan. It is perfectly astonishing the amount of work one of this dass can do when he is in the rght groove, Who discovered, and still discover, the gold mines of the wodd? Who ferret out new lands? Who are ever ready for any enterprise of daring and adv...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY AND TRIFLES. IRREPARABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

1 POETRY AND TRIFLES. 1 lEKJEPAHABtE. n- to- or wm't !? ?**?? ntfabBUvM Oamc ataarke^ : Wetara atHau aawSL lTi-i itHl n n -rt I i—nli» ' I*o tmtto arffane «tw V»s «-. utt toon ^e lore, b *m: - W«he»th»Wowi«al»mti, Wcamotmptorenr: ' b Anns than in Oaw. lalUtbtajAltmn It Is cna dsr ti vaken jad sal tut ton -? Itara, B6 tort OatSu te fenkea ! Soiridiforlora'anbnsiat. ' Or ?mMOanz is tti Aid ; KoWslmcll.*i-iT«ib( Ko Wttrtw. ao auntxr.— lbs Pranwmm atji aha doai notwiihts vote, a. At 6m A- ewiMo't itnA the ahn* of th« ttetred ban fc-u ASmscFDoa man ncattv took a Baflt in the dark. H« Dnand wril «soocb, aalr b.fjJthoiaafmpiTO of tton- laAmg jatad oT aoap, iritii mar -cd moUm. If aaj rader reeeivn a ante sieved *? Bhasm tanwoocK,' tfacy nnj bn that it z- (ram cbBpnvataoBcnta»To{ U- Snu Xajoa; tbe Bmpenr of Bnrmah. Iooeds answ.— Afdwol in Temnai it nm&dilnibj. cna--eT*d aaaeher. t-bm. «Wji^olMem]ledoot:'Tl«t boj ttst T.«m looking at wffl step oat on die «»or.' lone «*t-*t3g imd, wJh...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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"SEEING THE STEAMER [?]" [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

'BWSO TOT SZEAMK* £17 IsATEaometnnes thought, wfa3e wateb iog tba waparlare of an Baatera steamer, that tbe Met of Darting from fiienna— aogeueuJjooeoTbiflcaiatawiiirl denpoodeocy — is made by an jngenioas Catibcmsncostowj to yield a pleasurable enrtenent. ThitlaxBryoflea^takinc, in which most Californians iodnl^e, is often protracted to the hauling in of the cane-ptuk. Those iast words, injunc tions, promises and embraces, which are moorofalasd iepmriag perhaps in tfcat prwaey demanded on other occasions, are here, by reason of their publicity, of an edirying and ^wii«i»»^+|«w cbaiactert A patting hut, blown from the deck ofa steamer into a miscellaneous crowd, of oaone lose* much of that mcred solem nity with which foolish superstition is apt to invest it. A broadside of endear it-£ epithets, ereo when propeHy aimed and apparently ratiag die whole wharf, is apt to be impotent and narmless. A husband who mcfau) to embrace bis wife for the last time at the door of her state room, an...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Rockhampton Police Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

7 Roekhampton Police Court -wntiuv. Asssra-.— Wilkam Jager charged John Jackson with having «idM him on tbe 29th May hat. Tr^eridenceaddnoeiahomd ^J^» tfae AA«w?»wft oawje into oosapiaiaanr-'* shop, and conducted khnadf ina mast offensive muet, nuking n of abusive ana1 indecent ) language to Mm. mud Miss Foster (who were | unseat at the time), charging tie fanner with , fcanng misriaed her husband. Canplainaiit requested defendant to go liome. peaceably -, - be refused to do a), charging complainant also ?with the murder oTFoster ; dunk Us fist in -3M-pbimnf£ &ce, and tapped fcim on the nose two or three tones; thai provoked ^mpl.m^nt to strike defendant m the bead with a slick, which {died him to tiie ground. It » neediest at present to enter into all tile rartimlars of tile affray, as several snnwiomes and cross snnunomes were taken oat and the parties bnoght before the Court on the several charges. In the present case, tfae Bench ordered defendant to pay a fine oTS*e shun...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Correspondence. MOTHS, BUGS, WEEVILS, AND FLIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAPRICORNIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

COrTGSflOflucflCC MOTHS, BUGS, UKKVILS, AJD FLIES. ' in the smrbR or the catbioorkias. Sib,— The amount of '?'?^?????' tbe. careful narration of .a natsral fact, observed, far the first time, can provoke Amongst naturalists, jsrVally smprhring, principally when it upsets aa^precpnceivea' theory. . ' ? Since my communication of tbe 3rd ot May, on* lie. ??Orange-destroying Sf-Sbs,' Sir. W. H. MMdn, entomologist, of Toowong, has sent some caomenb an my tAaltutaA* to. the QZx*-la*Jer of jhe «''a of Vie same month, th.'Te&rejKatiiwenfcaioiogicalralesathousaBa' times sanctioned by the most competent judges in'such nutters, the centieman, on that acooont, canaSering them as so many established axioms. u . , Long before Mr. MJ«feW« leUer was written, bore, as win be seen' by the sabjmned extracts from -Wi-rI reeerreB in Mav, 1869:— ?? TJie ealeoBterons iusect*of yodr last invoice is snips.' 'The moth, OpiUem aOm '. — ' tbe latter could not bare. ** -Ax*d?hrtheron ? bonk.9 An irwlwwr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

BOCEHAMFTOK GAS & COKE COM EANT (Looted). 'VTOTICE is hereby given that tite HALF 171 YEARLY MEETING of SHABE HOLDEBS in the above Company will beheld on TBUBSDAT, Strh June, at three o'clock in the afternoon, at lite Company's Office, Wharf-sfaeet, Eockhampton to receive the Directors' Half-yeady Report; to Elect Two Directors ; to Beet Auditors ; and for the transaction of other business. By order of the Board, BEKBY MILLS, Secretary. CandMiiteB for the office of Director are required to give notice in writing toithe Seere. txry it least seven days previous to the meeting. Bnle 47 Companies Act provides that no member be entitled to vote at any general The transfer boofa will be closed dnrmg the fourteen days imowdiately preoeding the '^.S'orfa, ^(ockhampton. May 28, lSw. j | rTIHE BRISBANE COUSOSB, published _L dafly. Tbe Comer has, from its esohlishment in 1846, maintained its position as 'the hading journal of the colony. The proprietors have recentiy secured the servic...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Art of Conversation. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

The Art of Conversation. (Tnm Oe Htm Tort IVSuk. I tax. the newspapers are publishing, in a .offers by adverfaseniEnt to give lessons in Moreover, our baronial friend will accept invitations to dinner — KmifW? since the itTTman -finfnar4i is— and at these ban- 1 Quers he vi& fiimi*J- talk as frhp cookj 'does the comses. Better than all, our talkative nobleman has perfected a col loquial system in which ideas are not necessary. Yon go on chattering volubly you amuse, yon entertain, you enchant ; you seem to be learned, wise, philosophi cal, witty, all-sided ; and all the while you are only a delicious delusion and £iscxnatirJg fraud. ' Alas : we knowseveral persons, more, indeed, than several, who are adepts in this mystery, and who have never had even 5 dollars' worth of in struction from the Baron or so many as sis lessons from any master — lords of loquacity and ladies ot rigmarole who will talk to you by the hour and a-half ' of things which you under stand and which they...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Suez Canal. (Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Tbe Saez Canal. (F«H Mmll OtuxtU.) NoTHnTHSTANDTNG the annual rarrting of the ?*'rfi;^|tjfri jn Paris, the actual financial position and prospects of the Suez Canal have been mnch of mysteries hitherto— at all events to Engtidmen. We kaew tbat great sums had been spent on QIC 4^^iyji*wa'^w7aTi * that tnc ou^iUaU estimitf* had beenenorjnondj exceeded; thatfJieco5tofCQsn^ldiOBT employed had involved a great erperaiatnre of life and imMWy ; And, uatanwet, we yiwiM fancy (hat the system of hartdririi so common in the East most fane been in nil operation, and that VL Lessens^ irmst nwwjjuil-- rurr/- tWn In t».1 -p*»y company. At last, bowerer, these anyB teriess«xsntobebzppa]r«£ssj^ated. Tfae shates of die company jre adnritted t» formal -jaotation 4m ourStock **jj-l*ij'gp^ and, ihnfiTT in especial to one or two* admirably sound and incM asides in the JEeonpmastj tiat 'FfigWh a^ici.'iijLitoi avay* calculate approximately 'Tlt-ii1 are tnc chances of an investment in'Soez ^'Tf1 shares. We ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Brisbane Lad's Journey to Clermont. LETTER TO HIS BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

A Brisbane Lad's Journey to Clermont Letter to his Bbothib^. Aftttt describing tfn* jouiney to TtfH*JfhnTn|-- ton he says : — On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday — the day I left Bockhatoptw for Kocky Creek — it rained in torrents. Arrived at Rocky, got aboard coach, and left ^or the Dawson Ariived there *5 p.m. same day ; tonents of rain the whole way. Next morning the j7THit*VTP*' said he crail^ go no further fan the weather deated up a bit. The same evening the water '''''nuiny'i to come down the flat at an alarming cate ; in two h/ffrs there was no getting away. Following morning found the water rising at the cate of two feet an hour. Same evening, the creek overflowed. The 'Ma-ffri^nyfc water *^H''nr down, the water rose at an awful rate, I, y-wmpgei: others, thought it was time to make preparations, so I at once got a rope and tied my ^snivelling t*nmk to tfrf rafters of the house, fully tweuty-twi- feet from the floor of the house. By the time darkness set in the water was within ...

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

I OUR BRISBANE LETTER. fcscs my tat, dated S9ft uttnun, the pmn tee ban not contained a smgkiienTof fecal ?en of gmd interest JWpoBiesl ante .^M^, iib9 to send the usual letter, hut even hflii 'deusitiueuf there hoot very much tencoriL Mr. FWir'i acceptance of office excited Mme dnsstiBfaction in the Legislator* (anUy, ml it has aba provoked minium ?none tie people outside, it fat m ?ppostiou was thought at, tot j«sterds.y well authenticated reports were in enenlaboli feat a number of East Moreton electors were afennmed, if possible, to bring an opposition Candidate into 'Hie fietH. Several gentlemen fcad/ni fact, been asked to come forward, and Ifceard the names of Mr. G. Raft Mr. Thorns Petrie, and Mr. T-.H..™, fredy mentioned. ft is Tamaideiea doubtful, however, whether mar opposing — «*-? wffl natty take t=' Mils fighting against tire, reflection of a afmsEter of the Grown is always a difficult rime, and rody successful The probability it Aerefore, tin* before tins letter reache...

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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Peat Dam. The P. D. 2Hernm and Cepperfidi Mma of the 3th instant came to hand last ensnag. In reference to the s~«-~-* snatSHr At which Cobb sad CoasBssors awiliMsml In' Peak Downs is bemg carried an the R B. TcUgnm ssjc tbe Mayer «f Ckrmsat has received a telegram frem Mr. -irafaam, M.LA.i atatinir that Mr. Shaw. (UaV and Co.'s general manager, proceeds tram Brisbane 'to tie garth at once,— doubtless which has been so much aad so jastly emn plained of, on a thoroughly satisfactory foot ing. If he looks sharp be asav* have 4he pleasure of finding the Judge, Crown Pro secutor, other passengers, and coachman, atoek in a bog fade, together with the nans, coach, horses ind aU, and can join thtsa taerTassi. do penance widitiie rest I! we cordo arny inveigle the Mnustry into the sam= qmgmin.. and give them a tew oays in the mad, bmb&- -iuitoes. and eandfKes, it would he some BHgfct coosolatiou for the wrongs we hare endured, and are enduring, at their hands.' : The same journal sa...

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Horrible Murder at Penge. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

Horrible Hunter at Penge. A most shocking occurrence was htnudlt to' light on the morning of the 21st March, in the Dnlwich-road, Penge, at Ko 3, MethoaHie terrace, in which- resided a Mr. Freoerkk Hunt with his family. Atabsut a quarter to sixin Ox morning the maid-servant wa» Mine down stirs when her attention waa mlii_i _'l to a letter attached to the handle of the aToor of the room where her master sod suutssss slept. She was also somewhat eurpriasdwtai' written notice 'not to gointo the Wtnom.' and on the envelope of the letter, whuhm addressed to Mrs. Guest. Lanrel«rove, there was a leqestto have n; delivered atones, air*. Guest.it seems, was an intimate friend of the famflv, and the servant at once comaiaBanBted the cnxnmstancetothereeident govmHm.JZL wentwiOaut ddayto Laurel^rove wi*ate tor. Mrs. Guest, acoompanSdbyfc.7^ band,csmetotte house, and on enteriuilhe bedroom they found (he husband wai^us-nT i^*i-aa*^s«izssr tie wife was outsul the bed in afa^IsW position, with bar...

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The palmer Gold field. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

§???'? Tbe'fOmer tiudfeM. Wfe. (Oot&tcmm Berold) have much pleasure fcJ plating before oor readers die report as a moat ! poetical Victorian mining engineer. who was j sent «p «o give a reliable amount of the RdTCguU4dd£,fe the satisfaction of Mel boanie capitalists desirous-of investing their money in our district The report is certainly a-aaos*.tuD3aasBvBone, and ffiensnt we shall baretol«M over the coiiUndingl-ortion until Owing fa «w difficulty experienced is acquiring any very definite or reliable inCor nation in Cooktownof the Palmer Biver cold Bdd, or the prospects that it held outasa field of proSUble hbourto lie digger, or of enterprise to the capitalist, I determined a- mxm as convenient to proceed thereand see andjate^mprff^tavingJMtretnrDed, new ask the kindly insertion of tin following i email* in your Bert or other early issue. Ijar the benefit of the new arrival, I may explain, or rather state, that in addition to a w mad, there are two tracks open and availab...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. STOCK -[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

^3 fiss^ j STATION, GARDEN & FIELD. I STOCK-BBEEMJ.X. I Toe ambition showing itself aronnd ns cod- ' tuwauy to improve the breed of stock in these districts is a very laudable one. It speaks decisively of the confidence felt in oar present resources, and also of tie great future of the colony. At the same time stock-breedim; may be overdone — that is to say, so xaany mav - dabble in it, and do it so imperfectly and inadequately as to find it anything but a profitable course to foDow. Experience proves that only one of many breeders of horses and cattle makes his marl suffitienflv to call it a ? success. The high prices realised for tile sale of high or weMbred beasts is certainly a templing bait, but while it aBnres one to the1 goal of bis hopes, it lands many in difficulties ' and disasters which might have been avoided I had the choice been made onWwise. Itis well in an cases to make such provision! as -are necessary to secure a good ' and 1 useful animal, whether horse, o...

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OTHER NORTHERN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

?OTHEB NORTHERN SEWS. IFnm tie Tbnmilt Times, Jmme i) Tax Stab Coffeb Mrsus.— We under stand that Mr. Backet and Captain Dems have fast returned from the mines on tiu Star Bfver, where they have been '*-fc^-r; an giimimtioo of the copper selections. We have not yet Been the repsrt, but are informed that they could not give as tall a report as they would wish, owing to tbe accumulation ' of water m the shafts and drives, which pre vented them seeing the bottom of the lodes in some of tbe mines. The northern nane, we j ' understand, receives the greatest attention at I I present, but the country is weB recognwadfrl ! to prospectors. It would be much to the i advantage of the district if these mines were ' properi »' worked, but to do this it would be I re-form the company, issue scrip at a lower ' rate, and extend the capital. By so doing, the calls wanld not be so heavy on the share- - holders ; numerous miners would take shares, -: : and also work in the cLum, it thfe ciptam ' ! req...

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HOME AND FOREIGN. London, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

HOME AND FOBEIGN. London. Mav 39. The Oaks.— Spnmgaway, 1; Ladylove, 2; Sisterto Mushet, 3. Hie. Bladen Neffl has xenial a mulberry plantation at Veront The silkworms bronght by her from Anstzaha are doing weQ, havmg passed the second stage. The Hon. Johns Vogd has beea ?IT'''1*'* a l^iij*| Commander ; f^^ Mr. Layard and Commodore Goodenough, Companjosn of the Order of St. Michael and St George. Sir Wiluaai Hackett, and Messrs. Holland, Sargent, and Havdock, have been awwilllwi members of the Legislative Council, Efji A veeusg of the Committee of the Bock hampton Bible Society was held in the Council Chambers, an Tuesday afternoon. Present—J. M.AJ.~ Esq., Mayor (in the chair), Messrs. Tsson, Shaw, Mnb, WjKe, Beu, Revs. Messrs. Henry, Hartley, and rErson. Sahscriptiaas were paid ia as fd knrs:-EasB, £1; Mr. Gavin, £1; Mr. Mali, ills.; His Wordopthe Mayor, £1 Is. A supply of Biles to theamountof £U wms ordered. BesdvedtlndtheSsnaafSelsamUmVai be invited to join with tins Scanty injiac...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 12 June 1875

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTHS. MORAN.----On the 6th instant, at her residence, Camp- bell-street, Rockhampton, the wife of Dr. Moran, of a daughter. BELL.-On the 6th instant, at her residence, Athelstane Range, the wife of Arthur Bell, of a son. MARRIAGE. CURTIS--PARKER.--On the 25th May, at St. Paul's   Church, by the Rev. R. Leigh, George Silas Curtis, to Dorinda Ann, eldest daughter of the late Robert Atkinson Parker, both of Rockhampton. CALLAGHAN--DIXON.---On the 2nd instant, at St. Paul's     Church, Rockhampton, by the Rev. R. Leigh, Joseph Callaghan, L.R.C.P. & S., Eng., Springsure, to Augusta Madeline, only daughter of the late J. H. Dixon, Esq., London.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

KOTItETO ifABIKTgffiL . : .HT^SCT CHjUraEETiglSBAK^ BAB. , Staatera of vnaeU mass dn* d»nnd, n cantiMierf that the BnSMa^w^trotS tfceOatar &*&«, VSTfi^V -a-««*™ wJnehahggto^efaliiiil , . . ? . ., n^Sv .? la^arlmntaflParUaadHirhaara, awJahjae./Bne 6,1675. . ' K0TICE 10 atiHISEEa. ' ' SODriff ENlBANcir Jtt-RETOlI BUT. T-'cmaeqaeose«fcfaaiiKe« which 'have taken L place m tie SouthEntrance to Moreton Bayr«he following Altrrationfi are made in the £aflmg Directions tor entering if flat Toomjr tin deepest water over the Bar, naar the imnaaiim win use, keep the wnamiiiwt rooky ayM. juat spea to the till at the back when «xr the Onier &r^ hadspaadmdully brine «ge rocky knoll in* liae with lh« flentre henmwok, passing -fae western amt of«K aatachai bwatati shaft cabWa finanoe, andkeepmgthoae marks on mta the beacoos at the Moth end of ttorettai Islaad are we& open of the north eaatendoftaesoothbreak. Theb«»OTisin!ineleadiB,o«r«heBar,b- Qnaordratard of the deta...

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