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ADELAIDE. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

ADELAIDE. June 25. Tbe P. and O. Company's steamship Ceylon arrived off Glenelg yastexdsy. July I. The Goveramentfaare been defeated on tbe special money votes.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

MELBOURNE. June 33. M'Ewan'e tender for tbe Denmquin and Moama F^ulirav lias been accepted, for £41,009. . * Jose as. The Colonial Bank hare offered six sbiBmgs in the pound for M'Ewan's estate. Messrs. Luke and Company have suspended Tbe stnp Canada struck on a sunken rock, and sprang aleak, fine afterwards reached JmeSS. The &.S. Alexandra sailed on Saturday witii the .Suez English mail for Brisbane. Tbe fnB Omit have confirmed OTerralTs convktxm. Jime29. The Eiver Murray is much flooded, and great damage to pioperty has been suffered in the Beechwortii district June 30. The Supreme Court has decided not to re quire a certificate of tbe Medical Board from Chinese doctors. Jnlv I. InUie Legislative Assembly the Land Bill has been read a second time. There is a-saght advance in tbe price of fat cattie and sheep. Mr. Higinbothaia designated Lord tisgar's remarks as to the intimacy of persons in authority with ''''''If and their friends in Australia, as an insult to tbe whole ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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COMMERCIAL. CAPRICORNIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

COMMERCIAL Capeiooexia-- Office, Friday Evening. Toe week has been qotet, btzt a sUght ita* frorement in country trnde is noticeable, owing to a move haring been made by -*''» that have (or months been stack on the roads. At the Dawsan tfcere has 1-een a dear cat of j teamsters ; little progress, however, is vet ! practicable, and Hie drying op of the roads has been farther delayed by rain daring the last few days, in various localities. 3%e jates of carnage may be qnotea* ; — Sntmgsnre £14 to £15 nploadmg, £12-3own : ! Titnho £25 to £3S np, and £15 to £16 down; ! SlackaS £38 to £32 up, and £16 to fIS doim ; Olermont £!5, and £12 return. Floor is firm at from £13 10s. for large rands to £14 10s. for parcels under 5 tans. In other classes of stocks there iB no adtera The revenue received at H.M. Customs, l^ackhamDtnn, £rom Jane 21 to 30 in onsive wai£lS79 15s. Si.; for the month of Juce, £3416 5s. 7d; for the quarter ending on tfae30th nltfaDO,-£17,12S 14s. 9d.; for the ! cuarter end...

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MARYBOROUGH. June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

mabyboroogh. JoneSS. Mr. Gray, Immigration Agent, is lietser. ; His ailment is pronounced to lie measles inn very mad form.

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SYDNEY. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

SYDKEY. ? , ? T ? ' i. . . _ ? .June SS. Dr. Idogskaw stands for nomination for Central Cumberland. The CsMorssan maS baa arrived. Tbe huiliiuur of the new stand at Ok Baad wick Bacecourae has commenced. The con tract is over £10,000. JmteSfi The a. 8. Lori Ashley has arrived from Konarea, bringing as pasaeugersCaptsisi Woods and tiie crew of the Baugatiia, which straek a reef..ai_Jft|e entrance of tbe harbour at Noumea, and liecamea total wreck. Captain Woods, attempting to back ber off the reef, [the blades of tbe firopdler broke, and the steamer had1 to be abandoned. The people took to Hie boats, and safely bnded on an idand twelve miles distant from which they afterwards made then* %uiy to 'Noumea. A French war steamer pnvceeded te the wreck, but was moible to approach it, and Fetnmed t-i port. The pubEc of Noumea presented Ciptajn Woods wnt an lairess, and a parse ot 100 guineas. Tfce passengers mad their effects were tared. Tbe Medical Bin has been withdrawn. A large reward is...

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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

PARLIAMEXTAKY. Beisbike, June 23. Last night, at half-past ten o'clock, the Oppo sition moved an adjournment of the debate on Mr. Wheeler's dismissal. The Ministry refused to accede to the motion, which on .iiriaon was lost— the ayes being 15, and the noes 30. Messrs. Jl'Ilwraitti and de Satge | were inadvertently absent Messrs. Douglas and Macrasan voted witii the Opposition, but | left the House immediately afterwards. . At half-past twelve o'clock, the Ministry ! still refnans to adjourn, the House divided i on die oriemal motion, which was negatived j l.y-'ltoll. j 51 r. Douglas made an eloquent defence of ; Mr. Wheeler, and several other ministerialists : expressed . sympathy wish the motion, but ] voted i^'«'«* it, as involving a vote of j censore, I Mr. Palmer threatened to continue the de- ? bate in Committee of Supply, in consequence of the Government refusing the adjournment, thereby burking discussion, and not treating the motion on its merits. Mr. MaodonaU was absent all...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. MILLCHESTER. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

WE WEEK'S TEtlS^klfS: I ?? uaucaesasR. ? . - ? l: ' * Jaaw£**,^Sa-fn. i In So. S-cnfim, Xorth Bsrebow JKseT, Sow and t~1iy.it * deprjrof IS* feet, faavfaasnek muti^c time feet thick. It |mmi» to yield sgaal to that of ay daim on th» line. '' ? ? ? ? I ;, Jano2S. I The wBek'e crosmnn reprasent a Mai of j US* too. At stone, «Ui .yield «f ISC3 «a.'i °Tta Ik 4ames tisrson, Presbyterian! Minister, (marly «f Bw&hampton, «iil hold j itivine Service here to-morrow, i «» L 1 Ust night, the Charters Towers 1ml com mittee Mil a meeting -m general matters, j The motion for a municipal incorporation was withdrawn fur want of support.

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Central Queensland Graziers' and Farmers' Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Centra! Queensland Graziers1 and Farmers' Society. The general annual meeting of the above Society was h-M at the Kormanby Hotel on Saturday last, 19th instant, as called by ad vertisement. Messrs. Bobert v*^-*nJ of Broadmeadows, and Edward Cross, of Ksgle Will, the Vice-Presidents of tile Society for tiie previous year, were present, the Presi dent, Mr. William. Archer, being absent at Brisbane. Each of the districts of Taamba, Gowarral, North SocUnmmton, Lflyinere, Nine-mile, Scrubby Creek, Gracanere, Table Mountain, and Port Curtis fioad were well represented by ri»£mtfwiwm in attendance. Sobert Eorfand, Esq.; was called to the chair, who then opened the proeeedmga by reqtsesting tiie Secretary to read tiie ammal report, which was as foUowB : — 'To tie Members of the Cental Queensland Graziers' and Farmer*' Society. 'Tie Beportoftiu! Committee mow stoat to 'GE5TLESS3?,— Tonr CjiiiwUee hare to report to yon a short summary of what has Off - isrgoTa^^ss-^S, -dndd be granted tojwa B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Sattbdav last being nay -Jay on the mines, si--»tt«P. D. ZUrjnw1* Coroerfidd corns poodait, flu town ptaented a, nan lively appeirmre Ham Dsiul ; jlrhnngti tile pay a not LiMnMriwt a, large caw, mooey seemed to circulate freely, jodginE tram tbe attend ance atthennou! surea that seemed to be doii^ a fair ehaze ei bosines.

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Mr. McDonald in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Ur UctJvfiitiSihjiisiaail. - . *£ aas aaB*»*Dwii, «Jentie», OwntT Donegal. lW~11il' *ali»aiTi«li iiminisiaTt thereupon. 35rbS-Sr«*fc. M'D«at has for ? «SS^ai«A»^E «fce ««, and Mr. ' atTlnTlli Timsti iWraT-'' ? '-— ' ;*p^wSk&ei*be»aTra ofliisreceptiBi in . ?BnMiiV jttooy nte, he has evidently tad ' :gfatrWlii»u» fleome,' Siewnefe 'country- ? ?MagliJiiiiit, a—iUuI no Ifce «»l A ?gjiiUBMin ?«€«?» Huond of perMns, ?aailua by a ina band, and carding nags '??^a. banners, treat ont to meet him and -ioortal him into town. There he was pre '?liallia with s» aAxnss worded io the most ^pmndat^rfaamnau hyperbole, avhtch JS^iUtaki Mr. Mitevitt's ^gafthMpaa^* Sogewn, lie recorcred hnnwcat, ai»Ii»w}e»«)ee*whii*n^ lather neatly, gawd fewam&tr£jiad4be grace to say. amongst ?M™X-m.ma&& irtnrmv to my career in Aus trahu, In tins. I fear, your partiality leads -gsailn t layiiniinn I bare been puoedin jkicfcypmiMitl limn. I did no more titan any -vauarman may do, and not ...

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Official Notification. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Official Hotipcatioos. The {bOawinz notificttions appear is last Saturday week's Qorenmett Gmxette : — ArmmKSK — Adam Jlouasx, to be a Govermnent Aceut to accompany ahins ^b» ployed in carrying; Polynesian laboareiB; John Hardgrare, to be a member of the Boavfl of Waterworks ; Chas. Edgar Adam, to bo Junior C3erk in die Legislative AssexsUr Office, appointBieut to take «fieet ttvmJ&e 1st MaylasL Bobert Mffler, of Beeuktih, to be Eeg£s*rar of Btttbs, Deaths, and Harness &r tiie registry district of Logan, in tite nom «S Mr. JfanMGibson. ^^' Tesdekl— Tenders are called for tije exec - tioo oi a teUenph office at St lawrence. Btsisess 'LHaoEBG.— Dnrinz tne toonOi of M ^ay there were issued ten bttsmeai licenses at CooktoVB, and fire at Bavesaannd. CtBEJCU-— ^ The Rev. Benedict Scbnrtecnini, a minister of the Bomau Catha&c Church, has removed from the Oympie to tfae logan dis trict; and the Eev. Wm. lamtee Sdson, of the Presbyterian Cbnrch, has removea from the J...

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Brigham Young's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Brigham Youngs Troubles. . (AV«. York TUnts, Hard. IB I ' Brigham Vorx-;'s case before Judge M'Kean is a peculiar one. In fact, the ' original decision against die Prophet, ', -and ^'Wavour of Ann Eliza, the ninc teentrTfctfe, was peculiar. This is all ?owing to the fact that Mormon marriage I is an anomalous institution. The plea! of Brigham Voting, in answer to Ann ! Eliza's suit for divorce, was that she was ?' sot his lawful wife. It was argued by, Young's counsel that the woman whom ' lie married in Obiey in 1837 (the original . Mrs. Young, as we sXpuld say), was bis ' only lawful and wedded wife It was : further daimed that the tie which muted ' Ann Eliza, number nineteen, to him was a religious one, which was sanctioned by I the Church of the Latter Day Saints. I Judge M'Kmji, however, derirird tint a divorce should be granted to the appli cant : and be adjudged that the' Prophet pay the counsel lees — 300 dollars — - doe from bis now divorced wife, and also 'pay *er 500 doll...

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Our Mealy [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Our Manlr Sisters. (TJttrml Kmx.f Many women are. actuated by an^ unhealthy craving afer-notibiety. Thus they are loud in &ea- cDmpfeunis that they ate not permitted to vote at parlia mentary elections, and that lacy are not allowed to engage m many occupations, which are now, they assert, monopolised by men. Any one listening to the waitings of these hanily-nsed females would imagine that they are treated so badly by that selfish uraliitr, man, that their lives are positive burdens to them. It is he, they declare, who has placed them in die second position, while he has arrogated to himself the first, which, by die way, he is often Jbdd he is not nearly so well qualified to fill as they are. It is asserted that tbey are bound to throw off the oppnssioo of his tyian nical sway, and to show him that they are not the mipottnt things which he appears to imagine them.. .What is to be the definite result of their labours they have not yet condescended to explain, but it is naders...

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The Scottish Emigration Agent. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

. The Scottish Emigration Agent. Mb. T. Wohok, agotJeman engaged lirgdy -Swjm— ???!*?! ihjijju'm iq Glasgow, sends the 3-niizu OzrJEr tiie following commimica Jton, under date April 39, relatire to tire tectras of Mr-Gasge Wight, on behaK of ani!7-SiaatoQ«eoxUlid:— ?.We hare tat jaBt now, on a fectmnetnor, ymn-newaniynliisiagent, Mr. George Wight andasyvorennrtB in this direction hare not TiiUmto beeu Terysnccessnil or wensnstuned in Scotland, I thonght I wonldlike tnhear what he had to say. His first meetine was C**d in the Tndss' Hs& here, onTbnraday evening last, and as I knew this place to be -opahk of holding about 1000 -people, I did not expect it would be diffi cult to find a seat, and went leisurely along, reaching the Hall at the advertised hoar, 80'dock. To my surprise, I met at the door, coming sway, .a laige number of folks vbo enold not get admission. I have always -held, however, that there never is a meeting so crowded that one more could not get admtSEBsn, an...

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The River Frontage. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Tbt mnr Fnatage. At tke ordiasry fortmghtly meetimj of the ati»iapUOanea«Tlssra*ay fast— Alderman Borer, asked whether l£fc Sisbet bad expresndauy opinion with reord to tiie proposed workt to repair and protect tbe Kiver \ Fniitsge. | The Mai oe replied in tbe affirmative, and* explained aa nearly as passible what Hr. Vobetbadaatt to mm upon tfae subject Be first had to see thrt something was needed ta protect 4he Bank, and in the second place, whether tbe pUns prepared by abasm! C3ements and Campbell met bis approval. After tayectiig the Biver Sank, llrVSisbet without besitaSau said that it needed protec tion, and that in a great season ;he xpreed withtheplaas submitted to him. He, how ever,islgBested certain atteratiom. BewouM begmthe Bncr Wall tautremdns fur«Krm the Kwer. to a amaH knoO en tiie fuifter side of the gully, crossed by a small footbridge, outside the Beceptno House. Be «bo con sidered that tbe wall in that place ebonld be carried np to tnBy tbe beight of die flood of...

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Later Telegrams. MILLCHESTER. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

later Telegrams. Afari. A nnn naeirat fnaa JaneSoB Creek yeateraay, {ram IIcKeerer, «he coatnetar of tbttelegMpnextemMnto tbe Palmer, atates that the Own Creek overseer and men arrived on the 284 nltima, and that the days an expected dafly. Joaaaon U& ken on Ssnday. hoping to join the party on Mosday next Thr tirirtr potmoV Eceoee coming into force Taftecda* in HOIelMster, ecren pabueaaa Some aconndrd cot the Megraph wire ten ?k from i«re a-Tsesaay last

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The Capricornian. SATURDAY. JULY 3, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

SATDEDAT, JULY 3. 1873. The establishment of the flourishing Settlement of Singapore, on a smaB island at the southernmost extremity of the Malar Peninsula, is one of the won ders of die age. The site presented none of the Jttrarrinre which ordinarilr tempt the settler. Within a few miles of die equator, on a barren islet, flanked by an inhospitable shore, there was no back country or other apparent resource to depend upon. An impenetrable jungle infested by tigers, precluded all hope of extension landwards, and exis tence as well as progress was entirely dependent upon maritime commerce. Yet events soon proved the sound judgment displayed in choosing the site. ft was on the track which all vessels must take between India and Gbina, and it at once became a. universal pott of caS. The Peninsular and Oriental Company first found it a convenient coal depot, and it has since been availed of by all the other steamship companies engaged in the China trade. Singapore is now a large city, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

mSE BOCKHAMFTOV BCtLETtN. JL pnhushed every morning at five o'clock, is the oldest and most wideJy-drcalated BeWB paperin Central and XarUmi QaeeDslaad. In addiJion to rnntwocttiy local news, the readers of the Bcumt are provided with the latest telegraplac and other mteuigBnoefromall rarts of fhe world. Metnpolitan and official jews is catered for by a special correspondent stationed at Brisbane, and arrangement! are in progress bop seennng coR*espondents m every iuj|juiiaut town in ihe celKBy. Ab as idnrtisingmediain, the Bcunnf is generally mAnr**** trt be w m mill to no jonmT id Hie colao}'. Subscription, is advance, ISs. per quarter, or £2 iOs. per annum. TO COBEESPOXDEXTi ?3- Intfndnie snhscribers are remindel tint ntbscriptions are payable in all casesinaA vanoe, and that, waec forwarded for any term less than twelve months, the charge is at tiie rate of six shillings and sixpence per onarter.

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. MEMORANDA FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

1 STATiON.GAfiDEN. £ FIELD, j MEMOBAKt)! FOE JCI.V. Sow is the time for extensive operations in pxdenand field work, the temperature being an favourable for it, as weH as its beme a eood time for making the principal alteration* and improvements. In the kitchen garden cab baaa may atiD be planted oat and aeeds of jjy 1^ An. «n^.« ^i»n t.,. l.t.j.l.-.i.j. tat it is getting too late to expect ^u-f.^.j uaunz from the sowing of eanliflowen or fcrpeoli, Bad-»b«s, unated aao ass, nd lettuce may still be sown, and celery must be .carefully watched and earthed when the sulks ace dry and free from either dew or rain. Bbabard seed should be Bown in well-prepared ground, and 3 where it can have shade 1*A a. I ?apply of artificial moisture occasionally, so : much the better. It is fully late for potatoes, and in any ease none but well ripened sets of «ady varieties should be put in now. Where ?a Jittic 'protectzos can be given to water ?walniii encumbers, and pumpkins, this is an «exoeUent mont...

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MEAT PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

UKXT VRE5BB.VISG. jEfiKa^sEOSHEji^ffi^aVvaBn^aV^NaV'?0!?*' fHHHR .,SP'f^PMPr aodailedioe id prices jobtajnaUgTar die manufactured article. 'Jlfi^laf^.js peciuiarto Australia .,m-mmt *M.«W..hf termed the jomonpnigoouianes. In Australia, the ^^Ee-'^&CjaodLias doubled in Ae JlB^S^*^ *Mst on die River trk fiMSlBS SpM''16 ai the lowest point. ^g|g|^#$^,depA^ jn .tbe gpc*tffstockjn Ihis counter which gate jSSSjtaea&x&ervifig; and % operas t jSESrECjmat industry were so successful' 'jaotgsm Sex&ngiam prices Gt stock. 3»«K*ijge,..'«na '.ihej' attained a ^SpElWMODger lie earned on at a profit' ^Sc^^Sihs companies, however, stM* Lja^riKir -rarics Employed, and «*- IgBBBgCtolbrpjaid, their tinned meats to a THfirJSe . dready overdone — «he eon jSmBan — * keeping ' pace with the J^R&SBTOQhM of an ielrly gg^teK^emunsaaye., business had |MBBL'T°gia' tne industry was ^BHHBK^WfyMtiM throughout . these ^BH^^T^milar .course is pro «E^^e^TteW^presorvea«f imwicii...

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