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THE NEW COLONY OF FIJI. LoNDON.June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

THE NEW OOIjONT OF FBI. Ltnoxiy. Jtme IX. In fie fcoris, replying to &rf SMftesJwiy. Earl Cawm odd the Government had tate grapbfid to H» ExaDency Sir ArOnir Godm to mare neller exertion nor expense in the estSuiihment of die colony of Fiji, and Us bgdchiplud the greatest confidence in die Governor. Hie Government vere aware that m tbe event ot a sodden emergency arising, the autaorJiaeB were at present almost power leas.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR. London. June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

KCUEAK OF ZASZtBiB. Xmubos. June 11. Xhfi Sattan of Zanzibar ka» arrirad -n * tiottG Her Sbjsirtht Queen.

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MR. VOGEL IN ENGLAND. LONDON, JUNE 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

mb. voam, is skoiaxu. Losdos. Jone S. Mr. VoEeTs arrangements for laying a cub mirine telegraim to KTew ZeahaWI bave been connrmea with tbe Tnegrauti Company. Aprupaeal of 1b. Vogd'a sshstitatcs, pro raiswry nates payable by emigrants, instead of tree passages, ltbaegh-ea much (Dssatisfac tiQo. A depatation from HoDowar, headed by Mr. Arch, urged Mr. Vogel to' continue tbe free ayatem, out he tOamA'ta comply wffli Hxaapttt THE ASCOT RACES. ' Lakms, Jnne 1L At the Aeoot San U» ffimt Cm waa-mn byXhBnap»B,«aaa«e Fxiace'aGaUCapb?

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NEWZEALAND. [VIA MELDOURSE] june 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

XEW ZEALAXD. [Via Meuoetce.] Jtmela. There are rumours of a native disturbance at TTaugsnui. Heavy snow storms nave ' occurred at Canterbury and Otago.

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ADELAIDE. June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

ADELAIDE. JanelL llalwoiad has obtained a verdict against tha liovernment, damages £11.000, for breach of contract for the construction of tiie Overland Telegraph. The heavy tamnes in Sydney have paralysed the breadsta&s market T,nu 14 The members of the Bar have given a din. tier to Mr. Justice Stowe, and presented him with a silver epergne. June la. Heavy rains have faUen in this colony, and die rivers are in high flood. The Wallaroo Copper Works are idle, the smelters having somek work. June 16. Tbe Olonial Treasurer has announced tbe policy of tbe Government to be to encourage Free Trade, amend the Rstfll.H* Laws, establish a Volunteer Force to provide for the Defence of the Colony, introduce immigrants from Germany, and to endeavour to reduce the cost of English telegrams. _ The press ot tbe colony apurana of fee policy of lie new Ministry.

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The Main Cause of Sad Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

The Haiti Cause of Bed Weal. Of the defects which occasionally render wool useless for manufacturing purposes . that know as 'breachiness,' or weakness of the mid-He portion of the fihre, is roost prevalent In the BuUeti* Amaa tion of Wed Hanufactttnn some veiy mterestmg particulars respecting this* serious defect in the raw material used, in one of the most important of our manufactures are detailed Itisbefood reasonable doubt that tbe qnalitf of wool is considerable affected by She con dition and constitution of the sheep ; except, however, possible in cases where neglect or mismanagement has been the rule for generations, this breachiness or weakness is not hereditary neither is one breed of sheep more liable to it than another. It has often been noticed by those whose experience in matters con nected with wool-growing and buying is of many years' duration, that a whole flock is repeatedly found affected with break one year and entirely free the next, in consequence of a change i...

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THE CONTINENTAL RAILWAY BILL. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

TOE CtttmSENTAi BAH.WAY BOX. F - NO. I. It -=as not la be expected that as jtnprtfftTwrf ^ measure as the Continental Railway BD1 would pass through its f^uiif^ m j]}£ Assembly without animated and prolonged discussion. Indeed, a wpasuic involving changes of such magnitnrip in the land system as well as in railway construction ought, we think, . to have been preceded by the adoption of abstract resolutions. The objects of the bill were, as oar readers have been already informed, (i) to forthwith con , struct a railway from Dalby via Roma to the Gulf of Carpentaria ; (2) to pro ride toe capital for such railway by the sale of Crown Lands lying within a reserve fYtending fifty nules on both sides of the line of route; and (3) to apply to the immense area of land comprised in such reserve an entirely new method of alienation. To rush so Ecvoudiotiary a bill through die Legis lature would have been unpardonable, and have evinced a flippancy and reck lessness in legislation which would b...

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MELBOURNE. june 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

MELBOUBKE. -Time la The debate on tbe land KM is prDceeding, bat is not marked by BpeqaTiiiUaHst It is expected tint the Australian Bench of Bishops wffl meet on the 4A July, to choose the B'uAiop of Brisbane. ACUayaas, aaafale to pay ids debt*, com mitted snidde. Jasell. The charge oF forgery against Longden. maijiinjate at Warrnambool. has t-eea fare The application of the Arrrmxta titeSupRaae Court to restrain tbe OivpAmmi Mtnmrf bom pnbUshiog Benter's telegrams, stands post poned for a week, to aBow defendant to prepare affidavit Joe 12. 4 man mused Joss Fanner sjaxneBed with his wife, and afterwards i iiisjmUitT smcide by shootins himself. ? June It. frr T rmdm -tHi i fnff rmnjlmirnf of passen gers and large csteo. A imgset of solid gold, aaguiag 108 oz&, has been found at Cranes. Tbeponulatiouof the colony of VTctoraon the 31st March last amounted to 810,000 snms. Lancden has been committed for trial for Tuerehave been great floods at Swuttsrst. June 15. M*Ewau, grocer...

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TALES AND SKETCHES, ELMARIGOLD. A ROMANCE Is At OLD GARDEN. Is FOUR CHAPTER. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

\ TALES AND SKETCHES. f A Rcnturcs Is As Old Gaeden. (TVvb ^« ^e Tear Roumd.) TS FOUB CHAPTKBfi. CHAPTER JH. Whs* Mti^iold pat ho- ha?tet on her head (?he not rooming, and toot her my tovmrds Bdl^nnnai, the worid had a new arpect for her. The sunshine filtered dawn as nsoal throoeh dinpT haze, and efaed a wistful glory over the bn*y town ; the eafijing smoke from tall cban nen floated npvards and tarnished the delicate lustre of eflwT-jrolden cloud* ; and, as nnal, the odp, strange to eee, did not hurt, but rather bntcneiBed, the beauty of the other. This isorn xngthe lowering imoh- looked to Marigold more dioroaghly than ever interpenetrated with fifiht, and the glory above the horizon blazed upon bxv whL * toon solemn and tender expntmoa. A sptritml raj *hone in her own eyes, as they met and received, the brightness; for her life bad piarn] into a phase that was perfectly new, and *b*»*pmfr*of fortitude **s opoo her. Plicfcira* pme— it might be for ever ; the probabilities of Ufa ...

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BRISBANE. June lO. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

BUISBAKF-. Jimeie. t«isbeueved chat broacBnenwereomsaned inV* Jason, vtuch bomt to the water's edge ^ in'ihestzeamatMarybeniqgh. Messrs. a D Uorebead nd Comply have ?old Tyreonnell Down. Station, in the lUranaa district, with I7.SO0 abeep and a wnall herd -i cattle, for 12s. 6d. pw head of aheen, and £5 10s. per head of cattle. T& s. Qneendand is in tbe river. A peBfem is in canrse nf signature in the1 - Logan deetoate praying for relief for ootr representstuii. ? The P. and O. Company's ateamship Ceylon edrifrtatbinebBCtotVa.feadw&bedwe at Hi llwisi in an tW aft instant. , ..... . . JonelS. . The' steamer Eaina bsstieen parchisod by a%MSfl conipauv; ? ? Borltta, SSff, Us ounvaitlad ameMe bj ? daotias; himself. Jane 13. Tbe Eeaietrar's retaras of mortality for tbe city of Brisbane show a-totd of 148 deaths for tbe twmftof Hay, as against 7i for the cor reBnoadinfi: month of last year. The railway wnl be opened for tonic from . Brisbane to-morrow, for passengers and l...

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

COMMERCIAL Tbeee is iittk ftesh to be said as io the ?tafceof trade. The event of the week » the Sispeteh of sixty bones to the Bareoe. by Mr. J. T. Bartholomew, of Gogangc, -with a shock of the necessaries of life. - The weather fjrtmnatdy continues fine, bat tie. made win Ms. - ' Engagements hare been nude with cairiert -\ ,inrm(ittieir«!katftDin£39tof«toTmbo, «d £16 n±nm ; md £13 to SprmgEnre, vitii '' floor may nor be quoted at from £13 9s. *to£13I56.forpircelE. ' 'fThere n no dsratum in aar otiier class * «f f^iods smce last -week worth recording. The iukUiO£ received ai; the OibUun Son&e for 3ie \i%ek coding last Saturday; amounted fr. £992 3i. Id. ?QiefonotringqnantftieB of -~-k-2 iare beat xcoeived in town dnrmg lie week : — Bt Walter Bad and Co. : 9 bales. W orer Z ; r- bales, Ito : 2 bales, BSD; Sixties, W. Bros.; IS bales, TBS. By Wood and Wood: 139 bales, Eetro; 13 bales, TE. Ss W. and JL C. Thomson : 12 Inles, Corarotth' ; 13 bales, JPfcCo.: 10 tales, KB. By Joh...

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ON SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

. OS SCHOOLS. Schools an pUees bad-tempered men beat moons, dirty deed dOdren when ever tbey have a mind to do so. That M to say. Schools aie such, except when thin red-nosed women, who have been crossed in lone, poll the eats of a iot of tittle eirle, with blotebv bees, and boles in their etockingn, and soiled bun. There are also boarding Schools, where young people remain day and night, I have never been at a boarding School but a man once told me that it is good 1 for young persons to go to these places, fortfcey are taught a great number of things, and grow wise, and become distin guished in after life as members of Parliament or of boards of guardians, or circuses, or singing houses. I once knew a boy who had been seat ! to a boarding School He was very ac- 1 comptubed, and could throw a balf hundred weight two feet farther than anyone else I erar met. Heafienrards went to America. Tbe only luggage he had when going was two balf-bundred weights and a ball-dog. In America be got...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

BtrtjMKh SHipprSG. . ' /^wiizktn»«« *ia;i»*Ti6.) Ahbivbd.— Frem Brisbane i, AagfchSwatt. JuB-J»»t5Dt. t&n fidnik% fS t»E, tarn liaadon, starch ffl; Kfadnny «8 S^ from -3mkJw. Xnb 31 ; Ihmssjr, S8t -teas. ^ JGi^ M^»iT«*rib«y, DBS tons, from Uaidon, April 7- wy Imnptony Taifo Douglas, 59t tons, *wn ''tiuoncc. — Far ***n* — loading at lAndan: CarimtiK 614 tana, Tebrnary Ij Hannodioa, '491* tons, February 15; Isle of South, B2S tax, April 14,- GjjheBa, HSS tans. Hatch 16 ; PeHnaTTTO tons, Ibd 30 ; £m Marfis. At Uverpool, Queen of India, 389 tons, March!. -. i , ... ^._ .w;,

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." [?] 1875 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

-THE 'CAPRIOORNIAK.' Crams— JcsIe 111. IS7S. ? AMktaM* — ' — ' — — — ' is 'oKSft1!!*1''- _ _T'*7 ».»-? MifI-s5klacUDo _ _ _ _ «? 1/iiaF-gf 1****** *—??» Him — ... _ MB mmttHIM- Z i ~ ? Z 3M ?Ma. Olta, aaf Us*: Betisaatav fc» t^Km-JTW IU I H _ _ _ ,3M baltlfUaaSs^n Z Z Z Z *M,«» Oar araawat latter . 386.397 wcm _._?____ m Ojg|M^I«tBT ?g»'i|w» _ _ _. am

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Late English Mail NewS. GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

Late English Hail Hews. {Bom. B^JpraX.) GEXERAlTiuMHAIlT. u Parliament has throughotfgtfie week been mainly interested in Jffiti. afiairs.i How to pocmcate the sistsrj»£ndand to make its mercnrial-,inhabihiit5jJiefce-: able hasbeea the -ikftf»ihtorthe Imperial LegisUtui^' and night after, night the subject has been debated. ? Monday night was perhaps the funniest of alL Major O'Gorman rose and made a most curious oration. He told anec dote after anecdote to prove that (ears [ with regard to Irish treason were all on- ; founded, and the House laughed abun- ? dandy. Then a Mr. Pamell in a maiden j speech — he ought certainly to make; some more — implored the House not to j treat his 'counthry as a geographical ; fragment of F'E*=''V And Mr. O. ; Sullivan declared that to cany arms was 2 divine right. Bat all was to no pur pose. The House passed the third reading, and then went into committee j upon the Ell, which it considered clause , by clause, not without continued opposi -| tun, h...

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Georgetown. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

Georgetown. frsbx oub- owx 'ctaaeeseoxDEST.% 2r has JSeendeuglif&By cool here during tte iasF&e or aix Weeks, owing to the strong Moft-east winas*iflL which ire lave tea visits allhoagh the donis of am* raised by 1 them cbold he well dispensed with. I s The (hatred; now wears afar mote ebeezm aspect &an 3 did ten or ttarse moatns ago, . the heavy floods at flat time causing many I * nffmii losses, and. throwing mming wiU^ia bast very much. However, itis a tone ban (W Woo taming, and this goM-neH «riH zxnr wwim fkramahly with any itt Qaeens land. ' JEfc is certamly surprising flat note notice is not taken of this place, constdenng Iznt for tumdreds of nnles the country carries a set- ' »n^ of gold-lxarmgteefs, the only drawback to their development being tie mot of *^jn*m} the expense ot irring. and fai^L rate of wages, owing to its being such s consider aHe distance from the seaboarA. He Mining iSurveyor, Mr. Saner, however, wants most - t^jHipJJ. in obtainin...

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MARY BOROUGH. june 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

HABYBOBOUGH. Tune 14. The ship Tint Whiffler, with immigrants, is , arriv»l in Hervey'a Bay, and reports 'allj weH.' Tiie inqoiry respecting tiie tire ou lfoanl the i ttcUooner Jason has not disclosed the origin of I the catastrophe. ? Jonelfi. It lias been ascertaiaed that one Polynesiaai I periaued in the fichooner Jasou, destroyed J-y lire. | The immigrants per ship Tim (Vhifflcr arc landed, allwell. I Tbere was only one death, that of an infant, , during tile passage oat, and no sickness on I lioord, excepting a few cases of whooping ; e.«iSfc. ,

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MACKAY. june17. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

MACKAY. JnnelT. Tiie second idaylsraoee were as foDoira:— Hurdle Bate. —Forrester, 1 ; Percy, 2. Ladies* Parse. — Arrow, 1 ; Johnny iSchmoker. 2. Ulekay Handicap— Hero, 1 ; Mistake, 2 ; KtoKrton,'3. This was a splendid race. Betting at poet even. Mistake, a to I. Era and Ariel also ran. Forced Handicap— Arrow, 1 ; Johnny Ncltmofcer, 2.' Tbe weather wax splendid.

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Sale of Forfeited Runs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

Sale of Forfeited Sam. The Government .Auctioneer. Jfc Artte Martin, acting under the ma*ruidaon»olfte Mimster for lands, held asafe on Ts«si«y various surveyed and unsurveyed mns whieh had became forfeited. There was anodaate attendance, and the_ competitjon was not » brisk as that evinced at me sale new aw 6, the proceeds of tie sale amountangto£lffla The mllowmg is a list of the lob soldi— Suntiitm Bxres. 1TOBTH £EK2HEDT V/IB&aCC. Waters Plains, 70 square muee,npset price 12b.— 12s.- John Atherton. NuBa Knlla, «8 sqnare mfles, lSs.— 49b.; W. White and Sons. Gusnawarra, SO square miles, 12s. — 12s.; A. Mossman. I^ICHHABDT D1STBICX. Wicketawee, 40 sqnare mfles, upset price 12a.— 12s.; William Colbnm Mayne. mitcheu. distsict. Amo, 35 square miles, npset price ISs.— »s.;G. a Cory. Paroo West, 4S square mfles, upset price Uta. — 12s.; WaiiamTyBon. Ukkbsekvs- Bdsb. UBCBHaBDT DISTBICr. « BninedGastle Creek No. L, 3* equate antes, upset pries 10s.— 35s., George Baker. WARBBQO D1S...

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MILLCHESTER. June 12 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

MtLLCHESTEK. Juoeli The weeVt cradlings Cor this gold-field aoamt-ta a, grand total of 815 tons of stone, giving a rctnrn of 987 ozs. of gold ; in sixteen v-ts. The Defiance machine is enzased oa 1000 tons at atone from St. Patrick's Beef Hock Claim. The wirh^oh. specimens ever raised ia the district are now on view at the Queensland Xztwnsl Sknlt. They were obtanied from Xo. I XortUOaim, Bainbow Beef, ata depth At the Warden's Court yesterday, before assessors, an important decision was given that the Begistrar'e books shown the only legal title t, claims.

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