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SYDNEY. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

SVDXET. JnneS. Tbe estate of dnmh and Bnl bas been seqnestnted. The liaWttiee are x40,000. Tie body oT tte stnlen bone Duke of Aifcol fasaueenfoundin tile Uveipool Bange, duft ; its head parUy faorst, and legs amputated. A man named Kennedy jmnped orerboard from tte steamer Agnes Irving, and was instaptiy killed by a blow bom the paddle wheel

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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BRISBANE. June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

BBISBAXE. June S3. The steamer Queensland nahesa fiyingtrip to Maryboroagh to-morrow.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON,June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

COlUtESCUI. L»l»s, Jme JO. Borlfawict and Company, litraensn and Company, Faidie, and John Andecson and Company, bare snesended payment. Other faOnra of minor importance save taken Tbe Bank of England reserve shows no aeeteaae. The woal sales evinced remarkable steaamsss thnnchaat, and dosod t^day sV«h% weaker. *T2,000 bales mte offered, ni one-half w ♦ought for export '□acre was a special inoairv for corac mnb, -J1.»U-«J- ? ...TJ ..u»m» rates.

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FURTHER FAILCRES. LONDON. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

FUBXHEE FAILCBB5. Losdos. June 1G. Bobert Benson and Company, and Young, BaiBbow, and LaOertan, have Msuended roy meat. Further Eagres are anticipated. Money is tightening.

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POSITION OF TURKEY. LONDON, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

posmoy of tukket. Utcbov. June 19 In » debate in the Boose of Commons the I riomnycotulitiDnofTiiiicr^aEdmitnpan. j

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THE MONEY MARKET. LONDON. Jane 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

THE MONEY MARKET. Losnox. Jane 19. ?Tnere ia less demand for money. - Sank dneorat is fire per cent Tie share market fc recovering;

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FRANCE. LONDON. June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

FKASCE. : I^osbon. Jose 19. 'the Assembly have Toted the University* ftlncatim Bui, EnhstantJatty cuuIm ling power upon leugions faculties for the bestowal of i

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SYDNEY. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

SVDSEV. 4 one IS. The Hon. John Bobertson, Premier, » con Mr. Buchanan has given notice of motion for ..vote to compensate Jladaate Bastoul, f ur the detention of her husband's letters. Accounts tram Fiji iqneaun, the mortality in that colony, from measles, at 50,00b, or one third of the whole native popmatioa. During the discussion on the Stamp Bill, in tbeLegulatave Assembly, it «as resolved by » large majority to emnpt receipts irom duty. Mr. Vardv, an attorney, has been pro hibited bom practising in the Water Police Court, pending an apology to the Bench for imscondnct. Signer Pompei, imprisoned for debt, has filed his schedule, and consef neatly been re leased from gaoL There has been general mourning at Hobart Town forthedeacaof Captain clinch. His funeral was the largest ever seen there. The Wdtingbm Government stale that they bold Mr. VogeTs resignation as Premier, to be sued if necessary. June 19. A boy named GwsrtbM been poisoned by a dose of earbobcaeidadnanisteKd in mist...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [?] June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

PAKLIAMEXTAKTT. Brisbane, June 16. The Assembly have resolved to go into Com mittee of Supply next Tuesday, unexpected that the session will dose about the Is. A return laid upon the table of tbe Home, on the motion of Mr. Macroesan, shows that the revenue for the district North of Cape PilmeretOT, for the vear 1874, amounted to £144,000 ; and the expenditure, exclusive of interest and other general items. £108,000. The Gold Mining Companies Bill (s likely to pass the Assembly. The opposition to the no liability clauses is anhBJding, as they have been found useful in Victoria. Brisbane, June 32. Is the Legislative Assembly. Mr. J. p. Ball, the member for Dalby, took ms seat. Mr. Dickson tabled a motion for leave to introduce a bin providing for copyright of works of Art. Mr. Maeansta- was absent from the House, and is reported to be flL Upon the Colonial Treasurer moving that the House go into Committee of Supply, Mr. Ivory complained of the non-production of returns. After debate a...

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NEW BOOKS IN APRIL'. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

HEW BOOKS IN APRIi. j 'A History of England, trader tiie Duke oE BnraripgnMn.mlCharie.1.; I63t-t628. ByS B. ?Gwdmer.^vois.Sto.tLoiigmni.). Mr. Gardiner ItMinvumayniUidndalutmyrf England ^ Aorottodu^ put of James* ragiSte . 5a£t5 tte volumes faef or. us commence, with ?^k'l* year of tint king's life, and dam -wtti^eormixtion of Claries I. Thewcond vofameoloses with the death of the Duke of Itsilainghani These volumes are written in » onaBid, painstaking, ana truly pbuosoplucal spirit; and our uttbor is determined to be iu«U««ii»e. Ho. too not exactly nmtten toe ttetory of the English people faring those iauryvsrs; R should rather say the volumes narrate the fines of Charles and Buekhurhaui feihaxpaiad, associated witii tiie leaders in tiwCoounous. Buckingham is decidedly the -osufaal figure of the second volume. 'Joseph Sbmni' — j- Memoir. 19jr K. A. V.. With two Essays by Msnini: 'Thoughts on Democracy,' and 'The Duties of Man.' 3a 6i (Ksgg and Co.). This work ia dedicated by Ml-. P...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. MARIGOLD. A ROMANCES IN AN OLD [?]. IN FOUR CHAMPIONS CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

1 TALES AND SKETCHES. I MARIGOLD. A Bonus Is A* On- Gisrasr. -TOtm» jJB Oe Tear Sommd.) H IOCS CHAPXKSS. CHUTBl IT. Warn alarioaU arrived et HndeVand Towers, sfcetousdPoU Hackett anting in mn arm-chair, tjtvlmUe, wrapped op to nWiela. «nd on ?Me to urn soy member except her tonne. AH *er thoughts ?«? oeeapied with ringing Hm onwwei span me Mm; wbetber or not th« s»wa eaM be true that the master of HBde brand Towers had tern found at bat Some times, she was perfectly ?» there n nnta 4o*btaf-9ie fact, and lamented bitterlv the ae . dan* other own Sato of tenpotMj belplera ?To (Wok of me «ftfin' here like * nmmmj, or a cripple, for the master to walk in noon, aa if find been txfcm' my miuiict fin* notion' bat a «belt»r to my on poor boon, ajl these jean. He. that was always on the trpt, in as' out. op as.* down*' eip'din f and prepsnn,' to Oat degree, tbat I deehre mj mind'a a' moat wore oat wid the dint of the oernetnal prepera tjbo. 'Nrrer yon torn off bein' ready,' nid die ouM mutme...

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AN EARLY MARTYR. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

AH EARLY slaETrB. *e this sceonnt pertains mostly to ti» rae-wheel of s mv mill, there may- be people who will think I oneht to fencnr what a rae-wheel is. and be aUe to throw a eond deal of mteraathie light on ita oriein and history. Fortunately, I don't know any (bios about it A Eag wfaeel msTbesome partof die floor ofataur mill, or adapted to its roof, or only aotae thine to keep tbe boys from fooling with tbe saw. I know nothing about ft. I only know that this is a Bad aceonntto write, and tbat I, like the public, would much rather that eome one eke aronld do it Tbe owner of the saw mill in oosstipvr was Abner Pierce. He was a man who was fond of hnntine foree, and kept eight men employed aboot his tarin and rain. Theras-wheel becoming ?im- paired and unsafe from age or wear, or both, needed replarane, and be«mDloyed a carpenter from a place family nub*; distant to make a new rap; wheel. Hie carpenter who came twenty mibss to make a rajj-wheel for Abner Pierce, was a stranger to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

LOST, bom Dinrobm Park, Taamba. . ? ^ Sevan HEAD of CATTLE, branded two baits 9«nr AE4 rf^. Dm. ' . £5RESVAED. {J^JS^J™?1 Mmdrame'.P^daionttc One feTOBELROAlCMABE, bonded MHM gjJBnea^.eatsUF Baa ihoaHsr; Sail ^g^MfflST «»WS MARE, ta^lf Arewardof £5 -rill be gina to any peoan ' I '«eto-^the«lHWe-*e»erifellior»!,ta I , ? T. R MQFFAT. IlodAampton. i ' JOBS KILBEE u earnestly nmoM to o-onate -ill, Li. li»rKlH ??hen Le wfll bar -jf ^m^u^ tojhia advantage. * i KOJ3.CE TOPCBLIGAN6. T-CBUCAKS are raaindsd Ulit mdns flu JT CeriJ6cX» gnwtal .TSrASS Typimng Ifeetiag of '?-??^itnt iMKher irtfc the Fee nadred to Ik |«U ia'cafoue! are Wgod .t Um Office, 011 or before the s5S ' iostMit.aidiOertaioitewTlbeaiiiieToa. ' * ThoTreaeory, Brisbme, 4tfa June. 1875. ^ 1bL.ES, FISKEV, AVD CO j| Importera of Goienl Drapay, SftZ p e~ £ ~b. s i; ' «« » Oeneoai. axd Fpemshikc Ibox orders prompUyeiocnteil. BTJZACOTT & AliM^T^OSTG ten of Ships' EigOTis. Cdjfc ChanKTwd \J Anchor. ; Praia, OBs, Enpneers1 St...

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THE STATE OF PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

THE STATE OP PASTIES. EreHT weeks of the parliamentary session have now passed, and the Macaijster Government are still in power, and apparently supported by a stronger majority than ever. And this despite the best efforts of a. strong and pretty compact Opposition, who wul allow no measure to pass without searching criti cism. The Cabinet has as many fives as scat, and reconstructions and internal dissensions only strengthen .its hold upon the Assembly. To outsiders die I condition of affairs appears unique. They find Ministers vigorously assailed, ] and the faults of their measures merci ] lessly exposed in HA^t- while no inde pendent supporter ever attempts any thing like a spirited speech in their defence. Ministers are left to fight their own bailies iwpiAt*rtt and if a supporter rises to speak on any measure the object almost invariably is to con demn it The several warm contests of the session have all left the Government worsted in argument and injured in the opinion of the ...

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CURRENT TOPICS. THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

'',. cujyjfNt topics. ' | THE EDCCATIOX QUESTION. ( ' ie Government J-a--e resfl^Jto « ipple with the ideation fftojgion ! t bringing *&£% ''^ - mmissiori. ItWpfcrsJ*rffie recom i sndatioos of thiltS report, however, in i feral imponant respects, and we do ! i t think the deviations can be regarded j : improvements. The bill, like the: i m-vested Schools Abolition Bill intro- ! - ced by Mr. Griffith last session,) { slides for the discontinuance of those j s iooIs, bat only permits them an existence of tut) yeas, or three years less j than.' was extorted by the denomination^ j .afets in Committee last session. The! V.fll of last session admittedly only dealt i with one evil of our educational system, j yet ft wjs denounced as a measure bf j spoliation and rejected by the Ijegjslasive I Council- The new bill considerably djridges die existence of non-rested schools, and contains, to the denotni nklioBalists, several other objectionable features. What chance it will bare m she...

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MONDAY. UNLAWFULLY WOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

3foan-Ajr. C5.TAWTCU.Y VOUSSEKi. Bichard Dawaon Craictshaiik -was mdkted tor having, on ibe 15th May last st Bockhamp too, nnlawfully and '**flliJ*i*''^T y^flm*^p^ Patrick Walsh. A second count charged prisoner with, (be '*fli'ri«« o£ grienms. bodily harm. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, sad was de fended by Mr. C. S. D' Melbourne, and Mr. R.B. Jones, of the firm of Messes. Jones and Bnnm. The privilege of chaflenee was freely exer cised both by die Crown and the solicitors for the accused, the Jnry p''J was exhausted before the requisite number were mpanrilpd, and the list was again gone through. At length the fallowing iuroM were sworn, vbv, Messrs. W. Manro, S. Cotbbert, B. G. Tncter. E. OTooU, E. Bates. P. Murray, A. Walls, H. Stntea, E. Bredfddt, t Eingel, J. Beid, and J. H. Evans. The Crown Prosecutor laid the facts of the case for the prosecution before tile jury and in formed them that if they were of opinion that the evidence he should bring forward did not snpport either the ...

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New Guines its People and their Customs. (Translated for the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

Hew Guinea: its People and their j j Customs. ' fTrauslottd for ike Conner.) Tsf variouB recent attempts at the exploration oCtiiis island-continent, so near to Australia, ana in vrhidi Englishmen, Germans, Dutch men, Italians, and Russians have vied with each other in feats of daring and endurance, are well calt-nlated to encage the svumalhies of Australians. The calm, heroic endurance of the German missionaries at Fort Doree, in tieelvink Bay, who for years have held out, in spite of the deadliness of a fearful climate, and have over and over again been recruited by men of the same stamp ; tbe sdeotific1 researches of a Wallace, of a D'AIbertis. a B*-ccar, a Cerrati, tile daring travels of a Dr. Meyer, the c-quorations of Captain Moresba^' anA the labours of **n» Anglican missions m Torres -Strait and tiie south-eastern penhjsula- of JKew Guinea, all call forth onr adiniratiosu Bv none of them outvie m unobtrusive seff denying devotion to Hie cause of science and human progress th...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

2eS ? ?=£- | LOCAL AND GENERALNEWSl At the Police Court on Thursday, before the Police Magistrate, James Lane, under remand upon two ^JiargeE of borsesteahng was farther remanded, for Jie production of additional evidence, for seven days. Mr. W. J. Brown ; appeared for prisoner, 'and applied that he be admitted to JiaiL 8ab4nsuector Collopy opposed tbe application, which was refused by the Beach- Tiro sammans cases — tbe Pulice ! v. Peter Duff— for breaches of Impounding ; and Brands Acts respectireiy, were adjourned ' for one week. We are giad to welcome back among us Mr. H'Murrick, oi the Hibcmia Company, vlu- '. bas come from Sydney to make arrangements . on behalf of the Company he represents to ' work the Annie Eeef at CotrarraL This reef formerly turned out some good stone, and it is \ believed that there is plenty more to he bad i there of paiyable quality. The Company in process of formation in London for working the Hibernia Beef is totally distinct from die existing '- Sbe...

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English Mail Intelligence. GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

- English Mail Intelligence. GERMAKY. Lzbectt in Cennany is entering nptm a stngn lariy enrinna phase. Tbe Frmalefmrttr Zotm^, jw^j*Am fmbusbes a Int of the political con victions obtained in the fifteen davs liezinning April tbe 6th and ending «it» the 2lat day of that month, arhicli to anvbotlv bnt a. T«utm j ant be perfeedy amazing. -Acccvduigta tins i journal, twelve Socialists were sent to pjroon ) at Beroberg far taking part is a political I meeting on tbe 6th instant On the 8th the I editor of tiie Wot,A-ilia» GnatTgwun and two Franciscans wets tried at Dorster far cfiencet jogainst the May laws. Tbc erne day saw file ' monastery at Beuron searched by the [H**'^. land three priests at Moshach sentenced to four months' imprisonment. On the 10th a ! *¥-,m-jny kA ^rotliisc on at &eralbe^ was j dissolved, and tiie Shoemakers' Cmon j at Munich forbidden to hold a dance. JText {day, at CleVes, four members of tiie I Mayence Catholic Society were tried for in I anbardmstion,...

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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

» ? «c 1 PUR BRISBANE LETTER. I i Secce my letter of SatamJay there are one or ; tiro notevDrtby occurrences to record. The principal is tie starting of the nOv»y | tram, the Brisbane terminus yesterday, for the j first time. This eveat has been looted f or word to almost daily for the past three mmti^ and aobody seemed to be satisfied ! tfatthe train would reallv start yesterday, after aJ|. The trail is a nme days wonder toyonng raetropolitaiis, thousands of whom now ae* it for the first time. The neighbourhood of the station yesterday -was crowded, although no ceremony attended the opening. In fact, the tain started long before either station or road vere ready, and for the pre sent traffic vill bare to be ennflncted under difficulties- Passengers and goods must he punted across the river at Oadey, where the bridge is yet very far from completion. This structure sapplies another illastralaon of the anfamstwortfainess of engineering estimates. At first it was expected to cost aJboa...

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