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The Beecher SCandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

The Beedier Scandal. TBxSew York journals, landed at -}ueens- town on April 12, conbmaefaib el the evi dence given by the Bev. Mr- Beecher mthe g»t 5d«it H.w ^iT-^Fai and liis testimony occupied the whole of *»?* and the following day. According tea sum mary of his evSence, published by the Bern Tawi Tnbmc after brief imjmnes as to Mr. Beechsr'searly He, bis regard for Mb. TOton, the circumstance. , of the death of *?-*«£ Paul, and tiie repetition mjP'* « «?'? Turner's statement to him, which *****?? touched upon the day before, and tile emphatic denial of the plaintiffs charges, Mr. Beecher was brought directly to the narrative of the mam mcubeuts. This task yesterday (says the Tnbnne) embraces mainly the rehearsal of the following incidents :-l. Mr. Bowen's delivery of MrTflton's letter demanding his resig nation ; 2. Mr. TihWs accnsabon against nun anthe nif*t of December 30. 1870 ; 3. the xetractionby Mrs. Tfltan on tie same night ; rTnepfc»S scene with Mr. Moulton ; S^Ehe ?writ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Calliope. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

Calliope. f frRflW niiG owx COSB^^OXDESX.1 Caixeope has not changed in asy apect tie last three months, since when I have been absent from its n»~~»'»'»J gullies and reefs. A day wfll yet comewhen lie reefs of this district shaQ be eagerly sought after, and claims now abandoned will command a Heavy price in the share market Dnring my ab sence from Cauiope tie Company's daim has been taming out some fair staff, and under the able management of Captain Ford is now in fair working order. Three parcels have been battery is busily engaged on tie fourth. A parcel of 5© to=T£e$ied 186 ois., the next rave a return of 56 ozs. for 110 tons. The last ielded 141 am. tor TO tons, and the lot now going though, looks equally wdL All these parcels wm fromtiKwestem drive, and speak the mine. There is a great thickness of stone between tie watts. The only other reef at work in the district is Mr. Dawson's, in Tucker Gully. Fine prospects have been obtained from this mine, and several bands are now em...

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BRAYSER V. SHERIFF. LONDON.June11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

BRATStER PL SH33ROTP. Lostwk. Jane IL Tin Privy Council have leveijal die aociaon at tie Supreme Court a£ New South TTales, in the ease of Botyser v. fifr— iff

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SATURDAY, JUNE 19. 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

SATURDAY, JUKE 13, 1S75. The relations of the British Colonies to the Empire are vague and unsatis factory. Not that there is any want of loyalty in the former. On the contrary, it may with much truth be said that the colonists are if possible mote British in their sympathies and aSecoons than, those subjects of Her Majesty who have never ventured beyond the shores of the United Kingdom. But there is a want of clearness in the **nnnnnrilynnH*»r stood duties and responsibilities of the Colonies on aU questions of import beyond the limits of then-own territory. We speakmore particularly of Australasia, where unrestricted self-government is in foil play. It has long since become notorious that, howererefneient the various Colonial Legislatures may be for purposes of internal or domestic concern, they have shewn a lamentable incapacity — perhaps ire may call it by the milder term in aptitude — for d«»qf'»g with Intercolonial or Tmpp-mi questions. Tree, tkeretsno constituted legislative ...

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

STDKET. -Ocb Sydney exebanges extend' to tixe lltb -faFtOBt. The S. «. Bmldoi fte 9ti sajs?-'We regret to state Sat nxmoars afibctang the frasitioQ of several firms in ilie city ueie carrent dnring the day ; np to tiie present feotiiing definite is knoim as to how they &raiuL but it is ^eaeraBv resorted iha±. aswaa ' %he case in the recent EaUnres,- complications liave arisen, ont of mining transactions which * unne of the banks -think it time to -close. These Tumours have tended to make tins the . dullest day in the import markets we can remember for yesrs paii. There was a little - nemand for Hennessys case brandy; and holders are asking from 33s. to 34s. Marriana '?Ac is also scarce, and for the only parcel in mst hands £S 5s. to £8 10s. is re^nirea. Xews *£ the £re at Melbonrse has esba&ced the value of sugars, as it will proride an outlet ' there for parcels which might otherwise be forced on t&s market.' The eaorc journal of the 10ft remarks :— 'Dullnes...

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English Mail Intelligence. Home News, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

English Mail intelligence. Borne Be**, ApnllG. I* the Horn* of Lords, an the 30 March, tiie Hf pin .filial Eitliaaigea B31 ^aras read a. first -zme.aad after intimation had beta riven that ibe Government was quite prepared to alter «M- revise Hit? Ag^**'**31?^ CrfaHdreti's Act of 1ST3, their ta-dships hr^ght to a dose tike Season, byxdjaanangior&eEssteThaliisys, Utom to continue, in t*'« case, t?U lie 8th April- On ifrat day their lordships teas scmUed, mtmj ajaoned for -jo'»g nptj«m*r by 'tatrng Hirougn the Lord Chx&ceUor wiiat tW attended doing with the lang-looked-for Jndtotuc EtOl on the following day. This promise ms fulfilled, a brilliant company -rf hards and Commons doing honour to die oc casion. The tir-hatr on. t&e stsbsncaxt was not a lirely one, bnt the necessary details Will be fffirn^ in another 'vTtht'1 as weS as t4-*- a^inf ittatteiE of interest dealt -with by the Cpper House since the date of onr last publication. Kane of these call for any e...

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

NO. II. The mail brings us not only particulars of the first 'faction fight' of the session, but also some information which enables us to explain the issue raised by the Opposition in their nmnpnejmp-nt^ upon die Continental Railway Bill. Before us is, in fact, the complete Opposition policy, as embodied in the amend ments, or. more properly speaking, new BiD introduced by Mr. Graham last Tuesday night It is now dear that the so-called 'factious opposition' of Mr. Palmer and bis colleagues on that side of the House has, at least, a dear and wen-defined object It is not, as a section of the southern press declare, mere mischievous obstruction to impede salutary l£gtslat]0& And haras*, the Ministry. Whatever the Jriff-f* can be no denying that the ^'mnafr^ result wQl be beneficial- If we are to have a new -railway policy and a new land policy, common pradencedemands that unusual care and deliberation should be displayed. And when, as now, the Government Bill has been boldly m...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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SYDNEY. June 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

SYBXEY. June 10. The tano-BuHn. been read a third tame. Mr. Dibbs, in reference to the Pacific mafl service, has been published, and is damaging to DiMk. Itisrumon^thathalf-a-dazenlaiTe firms wnl i sBsn ? ahorfly. with joint lijbttitiee csti mated at three mfflnas atedsse. Jane II. Eea, charged «riai embezzling Trust funds, Las been reminded to Melbourne. The stuart City of aMhouHK arrived at San Franecisco on Sunday— foar days early. At Weumgtao.it is believed that the delsj of Mr. Vogel in England wul jeoparJisc bie The Ml providnaj .Cor the s^DointmsBt fl£ additiomal judges has been negatived. The newspapers estimate the total liabili ties of the firms that have recently gone insolvent at £898,000. The foil Court. Chief Justice Martin disseutsse, have swBhrmfd she conviction of Macanarie and Bridges. A boy named Egan. charged with being the — caj|«nt in tbe late fatal garottmg case, has been released. June 13. A sou of Ih-. Macfarlane has been thrown from a horse and killed.' His...

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

I OUR BRISBANE LETTER. The Padiaaienbiy bosses of last week came to a ratter inglorious tennhalion. In tie Coonca, Mr. Griffii'a Oaths SOI, after a sEghidisajsnon, wasdidred by * postjwne tomt of tile second leading for fir months. Tins new Tnanjfrrstatinn of tin destructive fcabite of bonoeaMe ranHemm. and «i« seeood readiogof tbe Uatamoiual Causes Bin, were almost the only proceedings o-ortliy of note in ihafc chamber. Some formal matters were ?^y.—? of, the Deceased Wife's Sister Bill being advanced a stage, and a padiamentarf ^]|Mfli*fVMi *^V^*if* pia^f on the proposed acnexalian of New Guinea. The Deceased Wife's Sister Bill having been taken . in charge by Mr. Thorn, on behalf of the Government, and having been lost by a ?very narron' majoritv, is likely to get safely through tie Cocncil this session. In the ft~oMwniMjr its passage will, I should think, be scarcely more than, a matter of form. The Council have also again taken the subject of the parliamentary buildings into co...

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PARLLAMENTARY. [?] June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

PARUAMES.TABV. Beisbske. Jmn 10. In die Leguiatra CooncO, the BO) to Legalise Marriage with a Deceased fViies ; luster has been read a second time. In committee of the House ou the Payment of Members But, -3ause i was expanded, leaving onlvthe nraeot of traveunurecbenses provided for. ' Tbe tiovernmcot suie in the Assembly are j iniliguaut at tnU treatment of the bill by the j OiuncO. I The Assembly is disenssing Mr. Palmer's J motion for making tlte ofiice of Attorney- i (icueral non -political I Jane 11. t Mr. Palmer's motion relating to tire othce of ' Attorney-General, was superseded by tbe 1 previous question, on a division of nineteen ': to fifteen. ' The House then adjoomcl till Tuesday | next. Bici^base, Jane IS, 7*^7 p.m. ) In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Bayley : carried a motion to ascertsm the outlay on ; building and repairs to non-vasted schools. , The CcADnial 1'reasnrer stated, that owing i to the temporary sickness of the Premier, the - considenition of the 1-oiiJ ...

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

WACRAJliPG. Wi.VRA3u.ua Take is eoow mght miiee distant from New Milford, and New Milford is liberally- patronised by city peoplfi seeking rest ami enjoyujent, and conrequentlyUle Iatei8'arosort.' Xt receives Tisitors from Sear HOfbnL Waehiogton, lAtchSeld, Kent, and several other places. last summer die attendance of people was quite large; bat this season, for Bome reason not understood by me sod the man wbo keeps the hotel and die boy who snaxes bait, there ate Dot mac; fiatjora. The drive to the take bum Sear Milford is through a pleasant if not s, profitable country. Han doetsn't appear to bave extroardinary good lack with tile sail, bat nature is getting rich from it. Her trees and smart weed and Canada thistle are doing as finely as any I have yet Been. The road fellows tbe Aspetuek River through a valley that is profuse with verdure. This valley is designed some time to be the coarse of a railroad from New Milford to New Preston. A sar vey has been made and an estimate given...

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IPSWICH. June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

IPSWICH. Jnne 14 Mr. Caird Hoghee. of the firm of Hnghes and Caneron, in this town, burst a Mood- ' vctotol yesterday, and died immeduteiy after n-anle. I

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OUR LADY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

5isr G Ihlnalii Withe aa the bods -at ttie advent of spring. The genial aaaaba Jus come at hat, but with her usual coquetry, aadoa some days die whimsical goddess bis wreathed bemslf with butted Inn, and made her lulaiius glad to renmn their fan and sal aam jaabsts. Too wfll be kind enough tn excuse language alightiy metaphorical, and attribute the same to the baneful influence con sequent on leading tile American papers. Here, in London, 'rtieo our pavements ere not k^ cleaned aode»ia«.7/«- we are apt to growl ; and considering ourselves inithe light -of tatopayers (who, yon know, in England are always the injured persona)— to gmnUe «xfiaBBTclyattlies«nitaryandc1aaSBing powers; bat mas in a Dutch Elysinm cottpaml -to the dwellers in Sew Yoik. -who nave, it l»- mi. In in mil tiiniTirii nntnlrt hnrrnm nf dirt, ?snow, and mad. Of lectures m London we asnauy have enough and to spare; yet, .certainly the moat diverting tectan I hare beard tor a long time *rae one on 'Hair -dressing, as ...

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

WASTED. - utwrn) QOPPLB who can w»illr idows and M**M'm UM Initial ^ fbcidar mitmn. Good nun gireo. Ajply.P.feAK.Btorekaaptr.jUkaatowu. L4JST, from Donrobin Park, Yasmba :- I Sens HEAD of CATTLE, handed ram ttoAil ««r AR* off ribs; Tine IiimHiB AB4 off ribs; Ope Wife -ML»n- linsdul £3 land «m delivery to ALEX. AXDEBSON, Duorobin Park. -' i=7T CSBEWABa CtTOLEKfrom Mactanie's Paddock on tfce IS 4tt instant :— One BTEELBOAN MARE, branded MHlt (coojiKied), with 2MP near dwoiaer; foal at teBATlUKE.tnadcJEom E owe (like) t3.2MF near shoulder; foal at foot Qte^tattaikd BAV MABE, branded 5aIFw«axildeT; foal at foot ? Ok TJBHT BKOWN MARE, bnndail' -MT ??«? sl.illl.1. ii Aimnltl £S will be given to any penon ^^^T. R MOFFAT, BoAbampton. TQHN EILBEE b miMili' restated to *J »«iNi.iiintr withfca, frW BOftKBr \V_ STOKE, Sptional Bank, Maryborough, when Ik -9 bear. of aonetinng to Wa advantage. ? ; ? : ? ; SOT1CE TO FtJBUCANS. TOEBUtMKSam reoriaaad that mkat the i r rii In gavted a* the Annul lice...

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CURRENT TOPICS. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS- [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

! ? 1^ CURRENT TQFICS. f ELECTEIC 'HELEOEAEHX. The rapid progress made in electric telegraphy of late years has been often adverted to, but has not ceased As be marvellous. Twenty years ago there was not a line of electric telegraph in Australia. To-day in Queensland alone, the wires stretch over a distance of three thousand six hundred and seventy-eight (3678) miles, and die extensions in pro gress are 554 miles in length. There are in the colony 97 telegraph stations and 210 officers on the permanent staff, exclusive of to vesseers and men employed temporarily on construction and main tenance. Bnt it is not intended to rest satisfied with whet has been accom plished, for further extensions are in contemplation. One of these is from Charlevule via Cunnamulla to Ruther ford's station on ? -he southern border, the object being tp meet a line about to be constmcteS by- the parent colony from Rutherford's to Fort Bourke, and thus complete -another route to the southern colonies. ' It i...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. HEDGE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

I STATION. GARDEN, & FIELD. I HEDC£ lU£rjnz. BTAlfr of oar enterprising colonists recon, no doabt, TertUnt reeeuectioBS of tile 1™% hedgerows of tbe old country, wife their blick thorns, white thorns, w3d rases, boneysnckles, bnmUes, etc., adding their charms to tbe ever-varyine Undmane. aad nrovinz as useful asornamentil. Uiis state of thimjs is an eri denceof stability and permanence not to be expected in tbe etraggJingdjtyB of an izdaait colony UkeUus; yetSeanibitimi lies smonl dering in maoy a colonial breast to ^fimTstrp Uris old fashioned state of things, well remem bered, and which brings widiit so many grate fill and agreeable recmniacenaes. Now, while weeBunotactnaDynnitate oldeoaiEtry£awiians in tins matter, we cm do the next best thing, and provide a good substitute, and poeaiUy come mnch nearer to the pattern than at first sigU may appear passible. Whitethorns and fjUcfc-tborns we shall hxreto diipensewith, the ^?ftmato not snilnig them. Bnnm, on tbe con trary, a...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWSJ A vouxg man named James lane, who was 1 arrested on Friday last, charged wU stealing. certain bsrsec «n the pferions Friday, m-, ' bar aaans with foals at foot, the property I ot Mr.. T. K. *lofi»tt, was brought np at the) Police Court on Saturday morning, before Mr. Beddek, J.P. Constable Walsh was called, who stated (hat be arrested prisoner on Friday aanat, at Lanestone Creek, on tiie Honuai Koad; in reply to the charge he said he kne-r nothing about ft, and dot on Tridav. the 4Ui instant, he Was at Lion Mountain, looking for target; be afterwards said he was apEtting tinier at Gtant'4 at Limestone Creek; «itae«s then asked him if he -the I prisoner) was at M'Kenzie's Paddock on that day, and he replied that be was never down there or about there, but afterwands aaid, ' I -was at ifKenric'e paddock, breaking in a bone for a man named Elappmtt. aboata month ago;' witness then said, 'If a man named Eemhardt says he knows yon, and if he says also that he saw ...

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

Dalrympte. fPBOK OCS CORHE3P0SVEST.I THEtmvellerbonnd north, on leavingCharters Towers shonSd be careful in jvettuur - on. die proper track, which terra off at Columbia Keef, a mistake being easirr made in conse qnenee of the many tricks going off into the Ixnh made by irood^artus aad others Alter r*«ing over ahont four miles of granite ndges, weU^erassed, a sheep station bebogingl i.i one of tie botchers in town in pawed ; %!!! tiiere is water several immths in tiicyear. ~9be next nine mSes, the mud, running ovsr j 4boc flata, ironhux: ridgeg, a patch of Oowis , ^mmtry-, ' and some. nannTt^ is very fann, Int ] farrying'OB penuaaent water. Thirteen aoDei from Hm Trams, on an anabranch of the I Sferdekin, «, which is a large nterfaolej * fuother sheep station is passed; thence to tibe^ ' crossing of the Burdekm, about tiro mibs, . there- is noftingbot bpaatt. The rmfit «Boi crossing if abont Quarter of aTnrife 61 widlk, wHh aTnoUeatnam of inn deSenal wa»* running ewstanfly. It-faa «I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

? -m- - AoooEDn-G to a contemporary, 'aQnesns -_ land squatter has named eight of his runs as ^ foUows :— Moltke, Tnehu, Berlin. Strasbnrg, Paris, Mete, Sedan, and Orisans.' WhoshaU say that his is not an mstoriealpisceof coun try ? One would imagine that the very sheep on those runs wooUdevetope fierce and warlike

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THE WEEK'S TELEBRAMS. COOKTOWN. june 8th [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 19 June 1875

I itt$ WE£KrS JEUgHtAtlS.'i ooowiows. (Bj atautc'r tmibmmmUc'; Oaee tf trire, 7a*ei5.'9ai*t.l ?? ? ? - .n iirtT Tho Amtpon -? Arrakoon) and Apcar from Hongkong, amtd here oniSnnday. with TOO The Arratoou left to-dav for Hongkong. am^Hjrt* thirty passengers, IQDOozs. fidd' Mud dstfOQA mn ommp Tbe' nsfn from tile reefs continues good. , «5rismng bwebnery for the Palmer is on IwanitheiiG.lfcckbwd. ? Several txnr rashes are reported. ? The«*eam8hip Victoria left to-day. Tbe Bants hold 5000 ozs. of eoli The Bella bat arrived from Melbourne with 4M tons of goods. The naS steamer Bowen, due on the 15th instant, brims 500 Chinam n for thin port Jane 15. TheE.M,S. Normanby arrived1 thiB evening, at «tm o'clock. She left Hongkong on liny 28, sail *Siagapore at d&j3wbt. May 30. Had ^wA*: vatyable winds, llr*w'*iiTf**3r from -3T.W., from Jaougkans, to Singapore; tiience to Somerset, strong 8.E: monsoons, with high sea ; from Somerset, light head Kinds and fine weather to Cooktown. Met t...

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