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Northern District Court CRIMINAL JURISDICTION FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

Northern District Court CBIMIKAL JI^BISDHTIOTv. FBIPiY. Betobe His Honor Mr. District .fudge Hixst and a common jury. The jury list caring been called over and the usual proclamations made. His Honor, ad dressing the jorors present, stated that he was extzemely sorry any delay had taken place in the opening of the Court, but the fact of the matter was that the delay was perfectly un avoidable. When they started for Clermant they thought they would be able to get back to Hockhasooton by the time appoist for Ha& opening of the sittings, the more es pecially as the business they had at Clermont was light, and they thought they had plenty of time; but after starting it rained heavily, the creeks became flooded, the roads were impassable, and they irere unable to travel, and it was only by dint of very hard labour indeed that they made the journey at alL Aii of one night they were in a bog, and bad to spend the time in the coach. The next day, by great exertions, they made seven ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POETRY AND TRIFLES. LISTENING TO THE SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

POETRY AND TRIFLES. 1 1ISTEMSG TO THE SERMON. \ BY J. C. BOU1S& * PuuttK, thnogb a UvaX pftfca ton. Off imi s- tbe golaea BKt OfOK »ho bfU tfaa pink* tonr Of bra «J tittpan, Uat met idKnaeHalKiIwillliiimv Ah ? poor UK *raSe tf fla cbsr TUtt meed tin ItateriftarSfaii A»J-Bro»«liepBag-lhmtripe-ed«ttha«, im waned ae Oooot orhfc ten: SbevxMMdsidlBitdatinadiaa, i WHen, fa- tte aU. nndBxr smrnt OtaKndtraa,h«ainidkkieMK, Ad - lac It tbHk, mtn it sand Tteooch BeadtmiraaV^unaaijtmt Tint fliiltil inn nflimm In -liu mill. Arf ad tte tomm at H- -*&. Or tumdOEbv in its omri -BteU trtr Uqom «lr ?»* ta«e, ADdS«taliemMdssDk9tlKMiUe: WbaegiitpnaM,ag,tatlKa-- ««» brauler, tai tu tamth kee-me AmleBin i»nr,«*eeplnf fey, ? ntf,«detwlll»UsiaoaiEd«itli*-ne, Baeku BranrniiiKiatttr ? B-r-nm-wiftml«-adme«bd; ASd «i» were long, sad Mba me tart, Ofianewblllinataiidllmiitortnaa, ' Imt the deeplT Batmiac em AC1«BCPI1U- Bnn recenrirtookm bath hrgot hoW --» pw of rtOTB-bhctag iostsasi of «aap, «itn...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

NOTICE TO MAEIXEES. J ?! SHOAL OFF MOSKHOUSEPOncriOiXEE ROUTE TO TOEEES fSTEATt ? »? s* OX the edge of the 3 fathom, linerf Monkhoose Point, as shown! on Vm chart, a Sboal Patch exists, without mob. than 9 feet upon it at ordinary row waVP springs. The Pilot at tiie Endeavour Kfegr places it in the following position, fir.: — '^t Mount Cnok {Summit), W. by 8^'S. ** i firassy Hill (Lookout House), ,^-W^Jry j BoAy Islet, S.E. by S 1 & sotd3£.' ' ' The water for same distance mABqtfeis from 3 to 6 feet deeper than on tfc£ iBSBJ and to the eastward, the bank ex£eutb£mm it about li cables, carrying from 15 f.THWf of water, j which then deepens to 4, G, a|Ea«4aliKHns as! shown on the chart. JtS& Vessels will be clear of tiuTnHier and of the edge of the bank, wJuflKKftg Bocky ' Wet open of Walker PointijBif of the rocky i point to the southward. *% ? ! G. P. HEATH, CommAtlef B.X., ' Dcpartmentof Ports and itarboan, ' ) Brisbane, UthJunc, lS^i.f ? ' ' '? ' ?'? ;s rpHOMAS H. ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the shareholders of the Rock[?] Gas and Coke Company (Limited). [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

To tit SlareloUcrs o) the BocOmplm Gat j and Cote Co»pamtf (Limited). I Genti E3XEN, — I have the honour to lay j before yon, for your infonnatian, a report of | toe progress of the Gas Works for the past j half-year. This has cot been as great as was expected at its commencement ; but unfore seen and uncoutiullable circumstances have rewnnined to produce tins result, and to make the past half-year a most exceptional one, and one which may not occur again. This being the first half-year of the actual operations of the works, in which the usual i difficulties attending the starting of new j works hare to be met with and removed, has made tie meeting of these unf orseen obstacles a more serious matter for tie prosperity of the ?Works. | The henry and continuous rains which set in eady in February, and continned with little intermission till quite recently, or in £act nearly all the half-year, has been the cause of a series of extraordinary floods in all parts of the country. The effec...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

Uatkay. [FBOX OCE tOEEESPOSDnxj] EiCEi and mat have, dnrinp the last three weeks, been tbe principal topics of conversa tion in Mackaj ; tbe races are -mr satisfac torHv, but tbe rast, I am sorrv to say, is ant, and I tear tbat the loss to the crm- will be Tery ereat on aercral nlantatioDS. Tbe exact caoae aod natore of ibe disease which has t&U8 snddenly affected oar cane fields is ap parently nakoown, even to those who bare bad Hie longest experience in the district n- matten appcrtiiTiiojg to cane uilluie. Tne plants present tbe appearance of baring been completely eeorebed and withered vp, sad 1ool^atth-mfromaaiaJ-:d«tfliy»o«iew«iIJ imagioe tbat a fire had passed ever the land. On most pUnUtimu the cases tiwmselvei ?ippear sound enough when cut. Mat jn one or tsro pUces tbe heart of the cane is discolinred. One of tbe most carious I esfcares of tbe case is, Oat tin richest and best tiramed bad ins suffered most, aad some of tbe fowlying day GeMs bare almost altogether es...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOW[?]. June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

Tovon=vnx£. June 13. IFnm He rkxricr.) The second mate and four seamen of the f^aval Brigade, imouf&sofc snip, recently sr- ' rirtd from Ionian, have been charged with, disobedience of orders. Three of the prisoners ftfeaded sniilT. and were sentenced to fear . ?weeks' imprisonment, with hard labour, at Ceekhampton. anrl tile other who promised -to retam to his duty, was discharged Iran enttody. Sr. Gbdkce, Jane IS. Another man, named T-*'M-*»-= French, has been arrested. 130 miles from this tfewnshin, charged with having been an aranmplra inthe recent bank robbery. D-mrr, June 14. , Uorgjm Cxvanadi, charred with assudtmg j 4Sr. Waters, wasdnxlizrpaLrom custody this i tuarriaj. there bang no appearaice m the ? SriSTnoETE, JTnne 14. The public liifHJn^, fertile purpose of re-! tatting and showing the fallacy of tie state- i merts lately made in the Ijegislative Assembly I -ml the subject of the Southern and Western -Railway Extension to this township, was held I SB evening an...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 26 June 1875

      BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     MARRIAGE. FOX—MUNSTER.—On the 22nd instant, by the Rev. R. Hartley, at his residence, Bolsover-street, Rockhampton, Cornelius, son of Mr. Isaac Fox, late of Rotter- dam, Holland, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Otto Munster, of Copperfield. DEATH. KEARNEY.---On the 22nd June, at his late residence, Abington Cottage, West-street, William, third son of   Mr. John Kearney, formerly of Abington, Limerick, Ireland. Deeply regretted. Aged 37 years. Re- quiescat in pace. Amen.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. LONDON. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

E2TGIJBH AND FXtREIGK rNTELU GESCE. ftvm tit Comntri. LOSDOK. Slav 14. In conseqoence of the winding op of the Anstrauan Direct Steam SaT^atjon Ca, grot distress ^tos inflicted on tne enugrants who broken up their homes. Mr. John Bennett an agent of the company, ms compelled to appear to several amnmoasea for t^fa^mwit of &e passage money. At the w-wnrm HoraeKrenl donations have been Keened by the Lord Mayor in aid of tile anfisren, and Bennett himself has paid out of his own pocket ahoot seven hundred pounds m satis faction of tie enrigrante''elainis. The 6& Company of the Soyal Engineers has been ordered to hdd itsett ia Isadinsmf to embark for Fiji Three hnndred aericttltnral laboorexs sailed on May 6 for New Zealand. Fern- Wired emigrxnte. cUeSy WeJab, have sailed in the amp Ophelia for Brisbane. Daring the month ending April, ULSSO pas Migers sailed from Liverpool in fiftyiwo TOBds, showing a decrease of 2535 » com pued with the nnmigratipn dating the corres ptt...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MEETING OF EMPERORS. LONDON. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

StEETISG OF EMPEEOES. Losdok. June 29. The unperor of Anstria has recerred tJie Emperor of Bussia at Prague.

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON. June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

MOSETAST AS» nuiMmran. Loxoos. June 24. XbBoit— Slstton, £43 to £43 Ifls. ; Beef, £41. Copper is quiet ; Wallarao sdh at £90. Losnos, Jane 36. Money is easier. The ate of dssconot is 3J per cent. CrronnVnre is returning sloviy. He capper macket is depressed. j 'Wheat is firmer, owing to die nnfavonrabk ! prospects' of the French and American bat vest !

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MR. VOGEL. LONDON. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

MR. TO6EL. LoKBOK. JaneSC. The Han. JTnlins Vogel is awaiting the deoson of his nnlfeagnfB impfrting hi resignation, vbich has been left in their hands to use it expedient.

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DETENTION OF STATE PAPERS. LONDON. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

DEEEKT1ON OF STATE PAPERS. Latinos'. JtmeSfi. Count Anzim has beat fooad guilty on &e \ second charge of havinc unlawfully defamed ! m his possession certain State papers, and hȣ i been sentenced to nine months' im[.ii^.m.iit

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DISASTROUS INUNDATIONS IN FRANCE. LONDON. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

DISASTROCS nfCXDATIOKS IX FBASCE. Lobdok. Jane26. Buastnns innndatMDB hare occurred at Toulouse with Im -j£ life and property, dosing heartrending distress. 215 corpses hare been recovered, and 10.000 necsoneare reduced to President McJEaion lias gone to Toulouse tosuperittfcend eflbrts to renere the preraiUBg Lojdox, Jane SSL j The inundations in the South of France I tare extended over several Departments. The Assembly bare voted six mJUiona of francs j towards the relief of the sunerera, ;

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CONTINENTAL. LONDON. June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

COXTESESTAU I-os»ox. Jone Si. A sote ban Germany to Belgium thanks the latter for havibg made an ixtvestigxtKxi into the cbanies i*f'f '''f PodajlMML The Versailles Assembly have read asecoad time tbe Ml providing for the contraction of public works.

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THE POPE AND ITALY. LONDON. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

WB POPE AND ITALr. Losnos. June 22. The Pope, in tvptymg to the coogcBbolaiioiiw of fioautu nobles an the anairaaary of bis Coraastuin. Day, said the nmonra of Che ie concinatHNi of the Vatican with the King of Itsly were zmwDrOiy .of jkimcr

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QUEENSLAND MAILS. LONDON. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

QUEENSLAND MAILS. Lokbon. Jane 22L The Queensland mails of AguI24, were de bvered yesterday.

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MAIL ITEMS PER CEYLON. LONDON, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

MAIL ITEMS i'EH CEVTjOK. Lokdox, Mav 14. The delays in tiie business of tbe House of Commons are exciting national dissatisfaction. On the 7th May, Mr. Gladstone aad Mr. Lowe severely sad satirically criticised tiie Bodget Tie debate was postponed tfll after Tbe Piras 1^~. rf. the degeneracv of tbe rvunmons, and aemeK rebukes Mr.* Disraeli for Iiis indolent indifference ana tax leader ship. A Committee fa sitting on the Bribery Act, as in consequenee of the rigid conatrijetions put span its proTxBOBff by the Judges m member of Parliament is safe. faon* m conSGo^nflioe of over-exertion. The riiuces. of Wales, the Duchess of Sutherland, Oe Hoo. W. KC3k**-e,«i Lord Cairns have beat J»i mil ri Minlj sad Sanky** services. . Europe is uiutumJlir agitated byrmnosrs rf impending wsr. Tbe attitude of Germany scsnaugdnquietude, ni fee atafe of the relations between 600*117 .and France is alarming. An indueutial party ia Germany insist* that France should lie move eBeetnally crippled, and a he...

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OF BOADS OF GUARDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

OF B JADi OF GUABOLlSS. BoaJECS of Guardians are debating societies which hold weekly meetings. They are formed principally of farmers, pnblteaus, baronets, and men who «etl tripe. The subject of discussion usually is the public or private character of one of tiie Guardians. The debates which takes place afford illustrations of the highest schools of oratory. They are frequently quoted by members of parlia ment, and even by members of corpora tions. Both Mr Gladstone and Mr. Disraeli spend all their leisure hours in studying the reports of these meetings. It is to this stndy that both these orators are supposed to owe their chief orna ments. I do not believe the statement that M-. Gladstone was often heard to declare that we would rather sit at the St. Pincras Board of Guardians than on the Treasury bench. In these debates one Guardian tells the chairman in confidence that be would like to pay all honour to a certain other Guardian, hat be cannot do so, because he regards that other...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Wheeer's Dismissal. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

U r. Wheeler's Dismissal. The fo&wing summarr of thedehste mthe j I*gMaftre A~_-Ur Mtslr.'falmsr's Mctni relative to the ^iani_*I V Mr. m-'-jJ fromtne£b«riera-: tbaStbtnaMt:— ^B Mr. Palmer then jgd 1m iMrtnas on] file ^i»™— 1 -rf MErWhgdeJjMk. diJ sol miasal ii in fiitl 1lt''il»''l.,JK5p(tffi'p **i moat be for iJj&Mt pWWttinii The .Agest-Genen! bafgSnJKeVezsBeralKd' him. Kft ^«%™*l .in fliSWiwUlJ'y WOOU h*VB Been refused a ekn of deteidiiu; hinwett The anpoinbneut erf a new mn.iiiliiy had been aransied before ens Mr. Wheeler was dis missed. The inspector of anwnnfai hid re ported that he ni quite amble to audit the account left lir M-. '?'?''?'' at Cooktown. ; He admitted that tad bra material baa been sent oat. oad did not object to the disnnaral of Mr. Dempsey. tart be thought tat the .nanoer iTSS* ,JIr. WhedS- Who treated struck at Hie root el * all ? eanfiaBnee on the pact of persons employed by toe Government. Justice shoald be done to him now with the MI frets ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MR. GROOM'S BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

MS. GSOOM S BELLS. The indisposition sbomi by private members of .Parliament to introduce measures on their own account has elicited comment durin£ the Dreseot session. Last year, that cumbroas, -sd, we fear, unworkable measure, the Insol vency Bill, was introduced aod carried ' through by Mr. Gsirrnji. The samej gentleman introduced die Xon vested Schools Abolition Bill, but had the mor- ! tification of seeing it flippantly thrown I out in the Legislative CoonciL The carrying through an important bill in volves great responsibility as well as close attention to the conduct of bast ness, and where the opposition io a measure is strong, its introducer cm only expect his labour and anxiety to end in affiioyanceanddisarjooinrment. As our politicians increase in numbers difficulties m the way of individual legislation w3l thicken, and the most necessary and beneficent measure wfll have but a poor chance of becoming law unless its pas sage be assisted by strong government influence. Soil...

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