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SHIPPING CASUALTIES. LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

SHIPPING CASUALTIES. IiOXDOK, January & later advices from the Cape of Good Hope give no further partimlars about the Cos P*Th7Cabm°Bo'win, bound to Adelaide, has been wrecked off Vaaeonrar's Island; also the snip Coriolanus from Brisbane, bound to California, has been wrecked on a coral net The Star of Wales, laden with ^-i*— '-- flour, has been wrecked on the cout of KataL Three of the crew were drowned.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW AUSTRALIAN LOANS. LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

THE KEW AUSTEAUAK LOAKS. Ioxdon, January & £500,000 worth of New South Wales four per cent debentures have been taken at and above the nunhmun m the open market; the balance was taken on the Stock Exchange at 90. The South Australian loan was a faOnre, only £28,000 worth of debentures being ten deredfor.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

UTKISTEBIAL CRISIS IK FRANCE. Losnos, Januarys. A telegram from Paris says that tta Ministry lave resigned in consequence of the rejection by the Assembly of the Constibi tionalBul

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FALL IN BANK DISCOUNT. LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

FALL US BANK DISCOUNT. Iosbok, January & The ctdncency in the money market has been relaxed, and bank discount now stands at five (5) per cent.

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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. LONDON, January. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

ENGLISH COUMEKCIAL. I/kdok, January 7. The next series of wool sales commence on the 23rd February. Only 37,000 bales have yet arrived. There is little private inquiry in the meantime. Mutton tallow realises £45 per tun, and The copper market ie quiet. It bas been aaumUiuen that the ssrafflesarauaUean the United Kingdom amount to 37,000 tons. Wallaroo is worth £93.

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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. [?] January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

L»TE EUROPEAN SEWS. Mbuoces^ JannarvIL The foSowmg items are cuDed from the files brought by the P. andO. Co.'e s.8. Pera:— Major, ttarburton's jottmal is in coarse of preparation far the Press. Anderson has been sentenced to deathfor the port be t-Kalr in riw Sainiinwr nnztznv. The endgration to Kew Zealand was 400 for the month of November. An attempt to pexmote pfntrrgtffTl? to Sott&i Aumii uls* jt^^ proved abortive. Dr. Kenealy bas been acquitted ot the charge of libelling the witness in Hbe Ticbbome case. The sisters of Orton have petitioned the Queen for the Chmnant's release, asserting that he is not their brother.

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TIME TABLE. TORRES STEAK MAIL SERVICE—1875. Approved by the Postmaster-General of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

TEKCE VABUB. TORfiES STEAIT HAIL SERVICE— 1875. Approved by the Postmaster^eneal of . _'____ QneemJand. XKVABD. 8SS£iWS.!ISEa?1 1*---* *»«?*. - ? . ? rtoo-,-p».!Fri,e-a)pjt DHntK* *m,lca, TMenber SiDecember ullumarj- _J3 (mnr _ 3 TtnrMTur allaimaiT _ 8jMiniary—II! HiqJI «pm ? gJApdl _JjMJjnne~™ 1 Uv— . M ?aj ___J«str «'~ ? ajonr , .,!» JStZZ^ffiioe ? ffi;1«Iy ? ST^iny ? B Jnrj ? UJJuly-. ? g'^»CT»^--»|«wiM. - 14 Bauuiiiljei gtaeptember ulOcmfaer ujaj9eUtar _ ? ? ' i Vrf«rf«. Sfomntel - OeUber _7Octt*er .Jl^amBfr CT awmto,. Koronber iVoroatar U.Deaaober UBeeaaiair C OUTWABD. EqvdBay aneapon. *j£au!' LoSvs|(-aii January _ stannary ._ts Jannity _ t&xmxj _u Febm«ry_ «Ekbrcu7-J2Fars-iT_ iaMnarv_« Xareh ? 4 March ? 12 Harcb ? IHareB ? R April ? I April— ? JOMarcb ? 2S April ? 5 . April ? S.Ifiy ? 13 April ? »»ay ? 3 Stay ? ssilone ? 10 May ? UlUy ? a Jimp , -WJniy ? ..^ BJgna.. .. Tl'Jine. ?B July ? 18Augnst ? 5 Jii-y ? l»J«ly -i ? » Anttnit ? lSSaptoHher zlngnlt ? lejojatt ^s Sep...

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COMMERCIAL. CAPRICORNIAN Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

I COMMERCIAL I CaFsiooBSiAK Office, Friday Evemne. BcslxBss dszmg the week has again been fc^ especially in wholesale aretes, while the retafl trade is etui improving. Carriage is rtkidtf. and carriers report Hie country in splendid. randHinn for travelling; in fact, to use their own words, it could not posaUy he better, with plenty of grass and water in all direc tions, whOe the roads are all thai can be de sired. About 731 bales of wool have been received in town since Saturday last, and the fouowing rates of carriage may be relied upon: — ToOermant, £10 to £1L and £11 return ; to Sprmgsare, £11 to £12. and £12 return ; toTambo,£20to£22, and £U to £16 return ; to BbckaH, £23 to £24, and £15 to £17 return. The revenue collected at the Custom House from the 4th to the 9th January instant, inclusive, amounts to £1237 8s. 4d. There have been a few small sales of stock Jmliiii the week^ but none of any ™^'''lnn'r and we have not heard of any TitstanTr piupmLy The following quantities o...

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PEAK DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

PEAK DOWNS. X' La«t Saturdays Triegrtsm reports:— A fair retail business has been done in CSermont dnring the week, and a large qnantHy ot «ttp pSes have been received. Things renuan decidedly quiet, bat indications of an improre meot|are perceptible. At Copperfield a wery amet week has been experienced in antirina tion of pay-day (this day), and next week will probably be proportionately busy. A large nmnberof drays have been loaded lately with wool, and a great manyjuun, sov on the road but near at hand, are engaged. Still the supply of ready loading most be looked upon as at present meatban&tune. ^BT hot weather has prevailed since the beginning of of the year, a respite being experienced on Wednesday and Thursday, when it was rain ing on the coast. The ram did not penetrate to the Peak Downs, though we hear of a. heavy shower, without timnder and very cold, about fifty-five miles from here, on the Nebo tete eraphline, near Gronenor Downs Station, on Tuesday night Itbas b...

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Mr. Disraeli on tie Public Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

Ur. Disraeli on the Public Affairs. At tie banquet at Gnfldhall on Lead Mayors Day, Mr. Disraeli, in reply to tie toast of Ha Majesty's Ministry, said — My Lord Mayor, this is not the first occasion an which I have had die honour to return the fhaTilr*: of Her Majesty's Government fin- the distinction which has just been offered to as m this halL Sir years have elapsed since I had last that proud office to fulfil, and, my lord, I could not help reflctting vhen yon proposed this toast on what has happened in those sue years. More remarkable events probably have never occurred than have occurred m such an interval in modem history, perhaps I might also say in ancient history. In that interval of time larger armies have been brought into die field than are upon record, nwiw instruments of de struction which speculative men of science five or six years ago could never have contemplated. During that inter val empires have been created, and em pires have disappeared. Republics have been p...

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Torres Strait Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

Torres Strait Hail Service. Ou& conespondeni at Brisbane itufaiatpc that there is some probability of New Zealand joining this colony in tiie Topes Steut mail service. The San Francisco i Imp ' fiom various causes, cSuefiv ffae ' frequent interruptions occurring in the ^anqwiR-.niii of wiails across vie Amen in which die steam service between Sydney and California, has been carried on, is considered to have so Jar proved itself, for ' postal purposes, 'a decided fcilmp* No1 doubt many of the obstacles hitherto encountered axe capable of removal, and New South. Wales having in some wise staked its reputation on ihe successful establishment of that route, is tmwilliiig hastily to abandon it But- New Zealand, influenced by * ?i^wJ-lfTiitH-ns of simple utility, is un willing to continue a. party toanunre munerative undertaking, and is casting about to make the best of its opportuni ties. It is stated thai negociations have been opened on behalf of that colony by the Hon. Jtjuus ...

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Noumen, New Caledonia. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

Noumea, Mew Caledonia. A CORRESPONDENT of the S. JC BtTttU furnishes the following description of Noumea: — On entering the harbour die country bears a marked resemblance to New Zealand; so much so that on first sight many a digger on deck exclaims, 'Gold must be knocking about somewhere in diis island.' The harbour strongly reminded me of Port Chalmers or Lytdeton, and die jetty particularly, thePort Chahrtrrs one some years ago. The sight of so many Uackfdlows «f ' fine f« jihh* hard at work loading and dis- ' rotlmg about in the water nfeaporpoise, ' however, Tjefore long, convinced me I i was about landing in a tropical country, j A Custom-house of fimitfri' proportions j being almost completed by convict labour, and farther np the re-erection oft more Government bufldings (which had' recently been destroyed by fire), also by ' prison labour, coupled with with die fact] of seeing so many blacks JB^gagp^ at sS kinds of laborious work impressed me with the idea that Noumea was not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

- STEAM TO LONDON. DIBEOT FROM 8TDSII. . -.'kjfc,. fTIHE magrifiopnt new and jJSKBkW WHAIIPOA, Cband UW Al «t Lloyd's, tSS^Toaa Begiater. 500 HiravporenoBiinaL . . J. C Jwra, rwrmnniliT. ^HlbMintdea bob SYDNEY DIRECT . -to UH*DON, about the middle of MARCH, 187S. Vh jwiife vuntl is without .rTiTrijIanB. tte lamest and finest ateanahip enrdiubbl to rtimtrtTrn. and is *?£???«*»* to nifab tiae voyage in 48 DAYS, jBjfca%g»fiMeerrf»dmct&»«ttMa ^attention of {wni al aigpa is jBtwnMy directed to &e favourable oapnr gor_gTrf frei^t, pMagt; and ofe ' J^ffi FBA2EB ft OO, Sydney ;-jc, JOHN HEADKICK ft 00, ?pBIMlllVK KETHDDKTT CSiUECH.— JC Ekvadk Annivemy Sennoos (B.T.), Jmmaty 17. T-« Meeting, TtTESDAY, Uth. TSAetE.St BELL £ « A B » -' E E, Hasds-abe and Iron Mebuusts, -EutctrMt, Bodduunpbm. OP Y B D S . . Staler and Hamese Habo, fiodt TaapteP- ? ^HHKaateMgnedfaa pHichaser «f WOOL JL and HIDfe, FAT »nd, STORE STOCK. WILUAM PATIlSOlf. J MES8BS. 8. B. DAVIS t CO,' Sroas, 8nni», a...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTENTS—JANUARY 16, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

THE 'CAPRIOORNIAN.' CONTESTS— JiXUiBX 16, 1675. fw^^Bi.,irr z z ~ ~ S ^mxeit Todleit-ne Ouvslier oTCouiaMUja gaansrlMMl lor -aA— Torn Maalt Van ^gs«-«a-tai = ~ z =**?* Poayimiarrtograi _ as — T*eT»oC ? in O— _ _. _ 36.J7 Saaby:H»1WDTdosi _ _ _ „ K WkJ _«-._„__ S7 ItoMan^Mi tan. Part _ _ _ _ 38 ftiHfc Manila.. Bonn aoddsnnHoc ._ _ M TUkwiflwail — — — » » »~ ' ~. S8 '^aawesftiMcanati . ? ? S9 Satan* Ariadsa: nas Ilnamlir DBBnaty-Tl» ^aiassa* — ~ _. _. _ so ;Xiata-anuewaEk — _ _ _ _ 40 Wfc»i.nj1*^aB»M:l«hB-tt.Til.. _Tfc»»Si» Mlii -'Tit jni i il 'i' ' 41 t imiiniiwiiiTiripii H ~ ~ — sb.«s «T*M-IM ______ « ^?sftaaattawllMttaBe _. __ 44 wnutWan Z _ _ _ *» t2g£2£X£Z' - - - £ »te.Wnnl»M-a»ra»ltii lain ? _ ~ «? SJI^Mi- ~ ~ Z ~ ~ 47 lacU|UTi»»« ™ r ~ ~ e

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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

Magisterial Inquiry. An official inquiry into the drcumstances -«»™Kn-. the death of Robert Moms, was held on Wednesday morning, at Cairasfield, an out-station belonging to.^racemere, before Me. H. B. Bqttanshaw, Police Magistrate, when tile foDowins evidence was taken :— William Cairns deposes that be is t»verseer at Caimstield, and tint tie deceased came to the station on Saturday last, and asked for employment, at Hie same time statins Oat he had been steward Of the s.*, Bipple ; put him to work at splitting timber, but he knocked off on Monday night, saying that bis hands TTOold not stand it ; he was then pnt on to cook for the other men ; saw hnn alive on | Monday evening, and apparently well at sun- | Jens Peter Christiansen states that he is a j labourer in toe employ of the Messrs. Archer, of Gracemere, snd aw the deceased on Monday morning last while he was cooking breakfast for tie men ; he seemed well— at any *-?+«?. he made no complaint ; went away «y to work, and return...

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MINING SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

SS ? ? ._ _JE. [ MINING SUMMARY. I i Mntrsc affairs at Cowarral and Sew 7*—i-m^ 1 Golly ire very doll at present, but now that '; emcMart anaekiscrv is to be erected to work i tiie lodes and reefs in .that promising neigh ; bourbood, great hopes are entertained by those ? on the field of an earlv and decided inmrove ment. Tiie newly appointed Gold Commtg aioper for tiie district has paid hie first nsit of inspection to these mines daring the week. Oar telegraphic dispatches of Saturday hat reported that the wet season had set ia' at Norraanton,andUiatthereefBattheCaoDcacry looked exeeedin#y well. It appears that tbe raiBK which have &Uen there enable the miners to work the alluvial ground to advan i tage, as they can make 'pounds' per day in ftnnpfcin GoUy. fiotaons are scarce, and : rilOBe «oming on to the field before Alarcii are ; advised to provide themselves with the neces saries at life. fffeom Georgetown the total crushings fen- a ; fortnight, ending December 31, were...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

\ LOCAL NEWs' I Is consequence of the death of Mr. Stepaensan, Hie agent of the A-SJf, Comply at Bundaberg. Captain O'BeOly visited that pott by tiie Queensland on her last trip, and it mondastooA that ibe agency bnbtea cm fared upon Mr. G. T- Bell, of Bandaberg. OCK new Gold Commissioner, Mr. Clarke, sbrted on his first trip to Gowaml and New Zealand GuTlv on Monday. Mining afiairs on those gold-fields axe very dull at present but tiie few people upon item are looking forward hopefully now that capual is to be introduced to work the reefs on an efficient system. TBEnumberof deaths 'by violence' has been nav yrpit; in the -''Vti r' and northern districts of bte. The Jfoebz* Jfenatra says : ? During tiie past quarter there has been an unusual nnmber of deaths from other than natural causes; oat of twenty-nine deaths registered, there have been five fan drowning four from poisoning; one from amwfrnt, one bom nmrAer, and one suicide. Besides tins unusual proportion of violent deaths, t...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. THE TWO VOICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

[ POETRY AND TRIFLES, f THE TWO VOKJES. KetMa^it I Iml a enidiiK viBoe one **J, Tuat ceemel Uie vbtt « tin rbdi st vIsf. Trahu a wwd wbere 1 %aa essocad to tfay. In scornful whUpen -W a. seem to apedi 'WHT it an Here f bur I saU, - 1 come to seek t looasng bataL ere as aad nesit ami tnesx.' 'Ihen come net here where aP to uamiiacnt,' Tttc rolee replSeA ; *? ae fcMs, tte rates? rant Win bat tneresM t*y asnirs discentent, ins adA anotHer and a Oercer mart Tb u alreal; ooedaaealieart. Co: *eeL efaetffieretoe healer^ soothing art.' ? ? ? I bent a vaVs t&rn tt ckae or *aj. Where oratx the wigttr on m ?n«er sprjy ; And cms tt vsa tlie ocean seemeS to say— ' I am tie spun of bk reatlesi deep ; IT tins wdoM'c ual Ob ajnatt woe la sUeA Come, Baen lam, and thou atatt Km wen. My wotting monotose shan or/ arf tests, ABay Hit Knitted spirit, cahn thy »»»», AM baEadi KogedsE snaae. or krone yens. My bsatn absll cool Uqt anend tjnnr, and take Fraaoff thy tnraHed Be«n at ertrjmcU* Ko heart ...

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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

1 OUR. BRISBANE LETTER, j A circular, bearing the tagnatnre of Mr. Thnrrms FT3n4m| head ip*ster of the Brisbane Grammar School, was issued last week, an nonnring that the proposed branch school for gnie in connection with that institution, will open on the 1st February next. t-m«Ja.tpg for admission are required, in. addition to some other qualifications of a simple kind, to be able to write le^flily and correctly from dic tation, and it has been decided that instru mental n-q*jiri shall be taught as an exteadnnng the Wednesday afternoon vacations. These alterations arc 'THifwihtefl improvements on ifo plan originally marked out. A lady Pzs&czpal is tranted, and the Board trf Trus tees are offering a salary of £250 per smnnm for tie office, which I should think is suffi cient, provided the requisite time and publicity be given to tiu.- offer. The date np to which apniicalaums from **an«^MT*ta^ are receivable is tne 20th of the present month, which is so short as practically ...

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Rockhampton Police Court SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 16 January 1875

Bockhampton Polite Court SlTUKDAr. LH3XSE.— A carrier's license -was granted: Henry Pent, of Westwood. ? LiKCENV.— Peter Brown wbb charged wan stealing one box of wearing apparel and a auvervatch, of the value of flttherjropertvjr of Henrv Macnefl.— Constable Carey pronBB the arrest on Friday afternoon, about fcffg* miles from Rocky, and that he searcheI'Vr room in which the prisoner fired, and found* quantity of women's onderdottring, Tttech he took DOSBBSsion of, and also a pawn ticket for rtox^cU^lledged wiaTMr. ****** for 30s. The prisoner said, in reriy to the charge, 'I didn't steal anything ; I merely assisted the woman to take the box to 4he pawn office, because we bad no money t» enable us togo np the line until tie box -was. pledged,' Witeess does not know ol his own. knowledge what woman the prisoner alluded to— The police applied for a remand for eight days, for the production of tether evidence, — Bemanded accordingly. T.iwwv ? John Cutxan was charged with* gtaalincr a ...

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