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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

NOTES ON THE WESK. The Bockhampton Gas Company bsU {to half yearly meeting on Xbnnday aftersoon (adjonmed from tbe previous week). Tie directors' teport and balance sheet were foraiEradopfed ; and 2Jesm. Sears- Jon and Alexander Grant (the retiring directors), and Messrs. %V. C. Jackson and G. 3. Snemte {snditors- for the past TBsri, were re-electedV the ananimons vokeofS'share lulders. This formal basins* having been disposed of, Ihe nieetmg proosensd, is m pliance with a wish expressed by the Directors m their report, to discuss tbe advisab9itj of a. n&Bdiou m tbe price of jEas. Tim Birectors bad bad the subject under their cooadentun and were of opinion that a reduction of some sort thoold be made, bot wndd prefer to hear tbe views of tbe Bharenddcn before tsldng action in the matter. A motion was submitted by Mr. FkHjmo in taroor of the expediency of making tbe price Us. «d. per 1000 feet, anstesd of SOs, until tbe next baK yeuiy meeting pnttittg this am brnrd as a new o...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ME. VOGEL. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

ME. TOGEL. Iasbos, Julv 1. Tbe Hon. Julias Vogel is vKtbas tW «er ?u baUis t or tbe benent «f tasieaBaL

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW ZEALAND CABLE. LONDON, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

THE XEtT ZXAL&SD CABIf. lesBos.Jnly I. The agreement far laying the ?—'-???'— telegraph cable from Sor 6ouoa Wales to New y--ahmd, gives the Eastern Krtm^jm^ Anstraniii, and China T«T»iJi^iai yi^»^y»r *m anmial subsidy of £1100 lor ten years, con tributed by the two colonies dnccBV in terested. The Company, an reuSriug a uubnay of £20,000, after to reduce Hie cost of through messages between London aad Part Darwrn to £3.

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SOOTH AFRICA. LONDON, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

SOOTH AFRICA. Lootox, JkneSa The Gumuummt of Cape Colony fjave deefined to consider Esrl Osraarvon's oxanstea with reference t» the lo»gbd«Wednficu%.

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WELLINGTON. [VIA MELBOURNE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

WEUJKGTOK. (TuMQiwt»3 TteM-MSe.se-* tare deSagstes (ran asoom; thonsdres. anr.nmaBii.il tj- . fasrver, to Bagfaad, to test tbe vdi«^rftae noons

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New South Wales Wool at Philadelphia. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

New South Wales Wool at Philadelphia. The Committee on Animal Products, to whom was referred the bnemeae of arranging for the exhibition of New South Wales wool at FluU delphia, have considered the question A *wo or three meetings. Final anangemente «ae made on Monday, when the members of the committee present (tbe Hon. James .White, BJ.L.C tbi Hon. Thomas Bolt. M.LXL. the Hon. Edward King Oox, M.L.C. aad Mr. P. X. Trebeck) agreed to the following car colar, which has been «ent to all tite ir^f'fTT wool-growers : — The Philadelphia and Melbourne Exhibition. Commissioners invite the wool -growers of TStmr South Wales to Bend some or aB of the- fol lowing exuibite of wool for the purpose of presenting our resources in this utdnttryai; delpbia in IS7C :— 1 box SO Eba. washed combing wooL 1 da clothing do. 1 do. ' hoggets do. 1 do. greasy combing da 1 do. clothing do. I do. hoggets do. 1 box 23 lbs. Angora goat's wooL . Ecus. 1. Each lot of wool must be tite growfb of one person or firm...

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DALBY. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

DALBY. JnlvB. A free aelsctor n*m**A Duocan If 'Xiboob, who was trareUing with sheep for grass, ha? bee. tiro-itte«re»7afeTnliij1 : ,. ? . - Mr. HurJey, M.LA, is fedn**. His Tiie rcps^lliAtV remans rftMtaa4nrse Date -f A&ol ism weea CaaBd fs awxnarBa ti^yrwnralitttrd. - The debate an Partes' eensmssBStian is un finished. The division is ejected to l-e a dose one. TheCScy Omns itiisi met far the fast tnae in the BewTown Hall to-day. Jmyl The French Consul in Oos cay, «n the auiLMftj at s. tdegram irom Frinoe, is inviting rVenehmea in Aastoiia to oontrtbste to die BeEef Fund for nenans rendered destitute by (be devastating floods in Tbe Sinister for tTnfcs, in relying t»a deputation, said that Oe policy rf tie Government was to «~a^-*- SEttaemeut by extending die railway. Tbe estate of Frederick Cape (deceased1} has been sequestrated. Hie schedule states Hie bahaities at £33JtOO, and sue assets, Mr. Parkas' motion rf ceseure aeamst the GoveDnnettt was negatived by a aaajorftyo...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPPOSITION INCONSISTENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

otaosmoK tsmssvsassaEs. It*js frequently been urged gainst Mr. Paiker and bis coDeagnes dot oT late yore they have completely tamed ?their bads upon the policy which placed *hem at the Mm of aSairs. Mr. Palmer's inconsistency is pointed at because in 1870 be was an avowed I opponent of railways and other public I -works, while daring his term of office he I jncreased the public debt by several a minions sterling. Mr. King, the present I Minfstrr for Works, is never tired of 1 -descanting oponthis theme, and -we must I -do him the credit of assuming that ?- lie regards the tactics of the party led I by Mr. Palmer as the most shamelessly I fxoffigate in this particular. There is S£ really a good deal of plausibleness in J Mr. King's assertions. It is quite £ certain that on assuming office five years § ago, Mr. Palmer avowed an anti-ioan B policy- It is equally true that two years I afterwards his Treasurer brought in a I Loan Estimate providing for an expendi | lure on railways, mads...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MACKAY. July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

MACKAY. JulvS. Seats for Madame Anna Bishop's concerts here are going off well.

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONNECTS—JULY 10. 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

THE 'CAPRICORNIAN.' rVMBTKOTs — 3 we 10. 1S75. ISsE? :;: : : 1 gSSfSSfgffg,n7..M77,,...- ' aic^aaiassUkiSibsa.- ... _ — «S Sj5?£?«5=WWIl£« ^ 5 E 4*7 ^fteA'-Br tfce etiuiler-^Sie *???—???'«» of ffiSutfeW ~ ^ ~ «| Ts'UUMiiu.lfcoyadc — ? ? *** »3 «*to-**. ft***, rear-Gat.- ^ ^ jS^£f£££1E-E E '♦£ .»&«- = E E E*s: ITi M- rrniiMMOani .- _ _ _ «| Vfta**nfr Hi*1**—* UtTi*'1 Ban „ _ M» jagg^y^n^-cea^ _ _ *|

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Worm Disease in Sheep. PAPER PR[?] BY [?] P. E. GORDON, CHIEF INSPECTOR OF [?] QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Worm Disease in Sheep. riin fHjPiwn B15 if. K a- oohdos, -3oEF I33PECXQK OF hjm^l*, QUEE2tSLASI^~ . (Laid Itfon lie ComfmiHX of C&kliuretior^ i of Stoct, Uld U t&teg f- JRAr, 1S74.) : I do not dm, m&£ fclliro-ing remits, to have maae^RpCT^aepceiy (g to BWMarafe i occasioned tnaak^^M^SSctg the flocks in many portknuHk QSmSsUtkI. My abject i : istoixvtefmctfiKuambersof tie Conference - . : a few paaSai Cuts in connection vitii the , 1 disease in the experience of Queensland sheep 1 owners, in tbehope that they may assist in | 5 directing inquiry on the subject into the j I proper channel. i Worm disease first made ite appearance, m ] t Queensland, in its present epizootic form, in 1 1 1671 ; but, for fourteen years preceding that * date, intestinal worms were periodically to be met with in sheep in various portions of Hie coast districts. Many owners recognise 'rthe ! disease as identical withthatwhich decimated ! tiieflocksin the Clarenceand Kchmond districts ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILLCHESTER. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

mLljCHESTEB JulvSL A telegram received from Junction Creek yesterday, from McKeercr, the contractor of -the telegraph extension to the Palmer, states -Oat the Cnsen Creek overseer aad men arrived on the 28th ultimo, and that tie drays are t— fa»i daily. Johnson left here on Sunday, hoping to join the party on Monday nest. The thirty pounds license coming into force ^yesteraay in MiUchester, seven pubUcans Tetirefl from bonnes*, auneonly remaining Some scoundrel cut the telegraph wire ten mites team here on Taesds.y last. JnlyS. 'Ttecrushingsfor this gold-field last week -were aa follows :— 13 tons of stone from the General Havelock Barf, yielded 172 as. of gold; 106 tons from tbe Duke of WeUington, yielded 700 affl. of gold ; and 379 tons of etoae, comprising six parcels, yielded 500 oxa. -of £01d.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Women's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Women's Rights. {From Oe Xdroh, Za&i of Japam.) Since Messrs. Mori and Fukuzawa advanced their (tail regarding die equal rights of husband and wife, dearer views cS these relations have become apparent to us, and it is probable that die bad habit husbands have on looting down upon men: wives, and die pernicious custom of concubinage, will ^f?*'*. diat husbands and wives win have equal power, and the deeds of Messrs. Mori and Fnkuzawa win be pronounced to be great If we look into die theories of Europeans on this subject; it would ap pear that the possession of equal power *y husband and wife 'is based on natural reason. But if we observe the practice of Europeans, it would appear that the power of the wife is greater than that of the husband, and that Shis error has been brought about by the want of a correct view of the dictates of nature. We will point out examples of this. In going through a door die wife passes first and the husband follows her; the wife takes the best s...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GEORGETOWN. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

GBOCGETOlkK. JnlvS. ThecniEhings on this gold-field for the past fortnight are as follows :— 27 tons of atone tfromtta fcightbouiie Beef, yielding 47 as. of iSsU; 40 tan stone from Ob Victory, yielding 105 on. sold ; 43 toss stone, Better Lock, yielding 177 ou. of cold; 18 tone, Ironhark, 41 on.; 16 tons. Standard, 1C ozs.; 2* tons, John Mitchell, SO ozs.; 20 tons, Havektek, 33 OCT. 13 dwta.; and 2 saull lots, under 10 tons,' averaged » yield of an ounce to tiie ton.

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A Maxican Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

A Mexican Bull. The Mexican women look their best in a baSnxstn. Their black eyes, black hair, and white teeth glisten in the light'; they are dressed in die gayest of gay colours; ponderous ornaments of gold, strongly relieved by their dusk com plexions, shed around diem a rich barbaric lustre. Not that diey eschew advenfjous means to blanch their sun shadowed tints! For days some of die scaoritas have worn a mask of a clayey irviM'** to gtvediero an ephemeral white ness for this occasion. Those who could procure nothing £5se have worn a pasty j vizard kneaded of common day, to effect in some degree a like result by pro tecting dieir faces from die son and wind. S&oold you visit Kew Mexico, and as you ride slowly along in the heat of midday meet a senorita who gazes at yea wish a pair of jet black eyes i through a hideous ghastly mask of mud or water, do not be frightened from your accustomed propriety. The senorita is preparing her toilette de baL The new Mexican women can...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Foreign Exhibitors at the [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

^aifi&mton &?&-?&*&&£: £ip'*fferMEflb|& dme Jgjii|^ a pr&specaSfe JsicV tffmaga eriSbitors at-^he Cen i&OTiaJ, Jt to* 'sjipprs -diat-^jmauy desire to araflihentseives of *he*rlva» tages offered dJ*tt wfflbe impos&Ar-to accommodate aU ingznif aiiiijta fflWj^yfl The commissioners of several nations have already made TeqnisiBon lor greater areas &sz- fcare tjeen set --aside far their respective countries, and app&cattons, they state, are being constant^ jeoerried. The German Empire, it is said, wiD make by far die finest display, both in land and extent ; Austria 'sill fefiow dosefy, and her prodncts, comprising the exquisite articles of *ef*« ban Vienna, Moravian cloths, Bohemian ^ass,dand together constitute an y-»miil of 'great industrial interest. The marled eagerness _ vim which each nation desires to *^-»i^ on the part of d-e &8all countries^ ?some of which have been assigned i...

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PAYMENT OF MEMBERS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

PAYMENT OF MEMBERS BILL. Oa the same day, in the Assembly, Mr. Hemmant moved that the Speaker leave tbe chair, and the House resolve itself into* Committee of the Whole, for tile purpose of considering the Legislative Council message concerning tiusfaSL Mr. J. Scott, after quoting from 'May,' and referring to the Standing Orders, asked for the Speaker's mEns as to whether it was not a breach of the privileges of that House for the Council batter tbe bffl in so far as it affected tbe revenue of the colony. The Speaker said this was a question to be dealt with by tire House, ul B vniU be fcr it to assert its right when daBng with tie j natter. . ' 1 The motion n then pot »na passed. Mr. w— ~t.-~* stored that the amendments oftbe Cornell he disagreed to, for tfcefolli-«-- Sng xcasonB — 'BecaesA, vbile tfee mam 4t*eet of the bffl passed by the LegiaUtiw AmemWy n to provide far the compensation | of members el the I^gblabre Assembly for , thar services in -n-rain;; Parliament, the I -£cc...

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Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Biaduhm. tFK0»orEOwyO0E«B«»Sl-BM;I , At. an aS&unied mating of Oe ratepayerv Mr. S. sTmis. of lie Salt Works, was elected -V~ ?-*?» in the mom of Mr. Hxv thonm, teamed. Mr. B. Ferkme baa dao resunredlmSatintheCouuca. TbenDmina rion of his- Vuccessor wffl take place on the 20tii instant. .The steam launch Wave, Mr. Worthjagton, master, has gone op the Sarrows, witi the object ot taking Mr. Nwbet to rieitr the Harrows and the Harbour, in accordance wtb prenoos ananflexnent its meeting of Hie Port Curtis Jockey dub, held on the 26th. it was dooded to boM the annual meet on the day first proposed, vnv, the 5th Angnst, It anxan that mme of onr racing men hare promised to attend *e Kockhamrrton mot, and not bong able to show in tarn places at once, the day e altered to meet that difieolty, and ttey t»ve *wo'or three yoangstera ttiey think will enow. And another thine, they da not want it to be raia tfaarauy hoist the white teataW. Cer tainly tre cannot boast of many importations. ...

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The Mission of the Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

The Uission of tie Fir. The generally received opinion about flies is that, jfr»sr«*p limitless irtj^nuify expended on patent traps and poisoned paper, they form one of those Sis of life which, if not being possible entirely to cure, must perforce be endured with as good a grace as may be. Consequently when ther ruin our Dicture fames and ceilings, insinuate themselves into our muk and molasses pitchers, or lull us to j sleep with their drowsy buzzing, only to j bite us during oar slumbers and render the same uneasy, we thank fate that the cold weather will rid us of the pest. To be sure they are scavengers in their way ,- but after we have spent several minutes in picking a score or more out of the butter dish, we arrive at the conclusion that it is an open question whether they do not spoil more good material than they cany off bad. j Fmtina leate, good reader, hasten slowly and do not anchor faith to such opinions until you are certain that the above sum up all of the fly's missi...

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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Official HotlfieaiUm. The follolring natirications appear in Satur day't OoeMWest -imU* :— AnaorrKEXXS.— The Mlowing garUanea have been appoioted sheep dneetom for the current year in the Springsnr* diatrict^-A. S. lanfte, Areturas Downs; E. Pattoo, tTirdlKign ; H. Klafearaa, opnngwrre^v. w. H. WOson, Orion Down.; James «rilpe, Uarrtnan Downa ; B«otii Tborpley, far the Maranoa districts. Angus Macfcay to be a ?nemuer oi Vox, &gEicutan-aI and Radnal Diseases bquiy Boari LU.-DS Onor foe RiMcnox.— At fl» tlockbamntoa land Office: The Town Be eeneof Woodrille, Port CnrtM, exdnsi»eof one s^^are mile; ten wA a^uKsuun odUs on Canooua Creek, Lake Leanwintfc nm, Rarfr Cnitis ; I860 acres on the fitaeemcre m, port Cortis ; 44t3 acres in the paraih «f Fias f»ir ;«2Sacmi parish of Wueraan, countr of livingstone. AH on and after Toesday, July 27 next

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