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SYDNEY. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

SYDNEY. Julv 16. Bennett, member of the Legislative As sembly, imprisoned under writ of at «, has been released from gaol. There was a scene in the Assembly last raght Mr. denotes declared that he bad been tendered a bribe of 420, and Mr. Ben sect £23, in conridfration of their voting £4990 on Hm Estimates as campenatioa to Twaddle. Mr. Schoies also stated he was informed tint the Minister for Lands was to ?hare the amount. Ministers ?^»™'1^H an investigatioa into the matter. Twaddle and White, ihe alleged bribers, are summoned to appear at tiie bar efAtiK- House today. Mr. Sim, uuBer, has fled his ««*«J'ii. Sis KaMEties are set down at £37,000, andanets £SJO0O. July 17. The witnesses in the case of alleged bribery of ntenifaccs -rf ttw* Am; n-l,s|y nJKse to xttead to give evidence at the bar of the House, maless privefeged. Tbe legidative AssemVly refused, on drri wm, to tear Twaddle at the bar of tbe House by 24 to 13 votes. ADOtberdMekof earthsEakeiai, baufett atBega. The Goverom...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Rockhampton Police Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Rockhampton Pollck Court IVXDIS. '? XhsoBEiHEScE. of Obdcka.— Ten, anai changed wtiitss&nBBg^ obey orders act board ?tiin hacaarSem; row in/port, pleaded guilty. —Sir. ffArey, who appeared on behalf of ttie Captain ot flie ship, aid be was instructed to state that ffttenmi were wOling to go- bads to;ttie«h^ the charge would not be pressed; but if they umialal in their disobedience be most ask the -Bench to inflict tiie heaviest wmwlmiwit. allowed by the Act— The Police werewfflingtoretQn.totheSepa.aiid their stated by tlminen for their refusing to work, and wishing * discharge from the vessel, -arexe— that the toad allowed was insufficient; tile accommodation was far too meagre ; the ship was not properly looked after; not a rope on board the vessel wwud bear pulling— most tsC tbem hiring been spliced seven or eight times ; aod the existence of many evils that mae* disgrace to any captain and officers. — XcD'Arcy said that asaO the prisoners re fused to go back, he must refe...

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MILLCHESTER. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

lULbC HESTER. JolvUL The death of Sub-inspector Henry Finch is ?nmcaAy reported. He committed suicide at Sir. Gray'* station, Glendower, on the 11th instant. The instrument used by him was » fnnn, and it is supposed that at the time of tike fatal acthe was labourmgiindertemporary Tmr-'«y induced by excessive drinking. When he shot himself he was travelling with rations from Cape Biver -?» rowte to ; ff.jl— JM Station. His body has been I interred, and a magisterial inquiry is pending. July 19. last week's ennaings amount to a total of 341 tans of stone, in fire lots, yielding 6U | oxa. of £°M A telegram from Junction Creek, dated ' 15th instant, Mates that the contractors for stretching the telegraph wire to the Palmer have arrive* at tbe former station, with men j and teams, and commence work immediatelv. Jnly-SJ. The escorthasamved from Ravensweod with 1333 on. of gold, and leaves here to-day, with SJStozM. Sdwts. added, JnlySL At a. meeting of sue Stewards bat night, tiie O-Shant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

LIST of. Unclaimed Letters at tie Post office, fiockhampton ; if not claimed on or *e£ore 16tfa August, IS73, win be tor wazded to the Dead Letter Office. Brisbane. . DANIEL PETBBSOif, - Postmaster. P.O., Rockbampton, July 22, 1875. Anwright, Mr-; Ammat. Mrs. E.; Amend-, sen, O. ; Anderson, O. Barker, G. E.; Baunon, J.; Bonn, M-; Baner, Geo.; Bamanmi. H-; Beard, Hn. A. W.; BeU, C.S.; Bennett, Mr. ; Bennett, E-; Bergmer. K; Swrjr. B-t tkmo. C; Wair, vrTBonrk. W.j Bowser, B.-. Boyd, Min A. ; Bridget, His ; Brooke. J. G. ; Brown, 8.: Brown, C-; Brawn, W.; Brown, C K-; Brawn, W.; Brown, Mm. filkl ; Bryan, W.; Barns, Ws. T. jr.; Byrne, P. CaMweU, T. A.; Cameron, W. 3. B.; Garter, C; CKdgey, A. «.; ChrMeaseo, J.; Clark, By.; Clark. P.: Cocnran, 3. -2) ; Con stable, T.; Cor, W. H.; Crane, Hy. Darey, J. ; Davis, His. F. ; Danes, Mrs. £. ; Bans. A- -T.; Dale, W. -S) ; Dean, W.; Beauey, Mrs.; Dia^an, P.; Dakerty, P.; Donnelly, J.; Doyle, T.; Duncan, Mrs. J. Errier, Mr. Friena, J.; Froet, C. -...

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Peaceful Assurances from Berlin. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Peaceful Atmmmfmm Satin. (fUaavltsytl) ' Ix (he House of Commons ycsttrfay Mr. *oorfce stated, in aaswcr to So - ChaffcrMMke, thai her Majesty's Go nemr _t liad that JDOnnnc neaped n-onriSjm assurances of a thoroughly satis£tfr-ory character,3iid are of opinion (hat ffitrc is no fitrAer caneforappRlieti sion as to the maintenance of European peace. Tbi-j public will receive with ' cstisfiction sill announcement which removes its present apprehensions, and gives reason to hope that Continental opinion will enter on a new and calmer phase. The uneasiness which had been glowing in silence 4br some time, and only propagating itself iy prirate com munications, had increased onnl a public notice of die subject -within die last few days revealed its foil intensity: All that we can know with certainty is that these apprehensions have existed in circles of bench society generally well informed, and that we find in the tone of a -xnresponding class in Germany, as weH as in the German press, a...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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English Mail Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

English man Intelligence. {Bc*eScw,*Uv2S.\ ?HiijiynMrnc -Sril Service TsBmafrs, -he the Hewe of ttakh innmalnies.* locdtaOi^ ha« each in «an.-i»«i». ranB^v*roh pome farrnnr. r-cn a tinaadal '^WwfTr r&M # the sjieeches. have been ?M^poostWE iiu Inm imnn. and but CtUe iia»T»VBdoiie towards the achievement of the legaafionofl$I5. Id to political indolence the JBunse orCummous is, however, jut now only the ttflei of the British people. To paifiea ana their strifes the nation is pro foonfflyiiKliffcreut ; to the advantages of Tory over Whig: or Whig over Tory.it is as 'Wind as a bat* JU1 that it hopes is, like Dr. Johnson, to see its way safely through the 'sea of words' which at present encompasses it. AfreerMiamentniaybesgreatlilessuig, but whenitfalki to no purpose, it had better 'begone and gms place to honester men.' SHI on Tuesday night something of impw ' taaoe .was jam. Sir Wilfrid Lawson. Baronet of England, and, according to the .Kama*. Adtertito; the 'Knight of the Pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Meules are ciceedmris pnofaat ^ Maryborough; ve (IT. Tb. Jten) car of families in aU directions being attacked. It appeura Oat itianowaomeirBat mm than itwae.fewmontiaago, postaUjr on anoonnt ottteUige ?doilin to anr atotk ot «Bea» brought by iate Sooth Sea todem. Uaeema, ?UmthatdKdisgue is wansaaud ani «d- lowed bjneraredyaentry, wiidi «b often de cidedly dangerous.

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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Official Notifications. Tut: folU?wiu^ notifications appear ia tile - Gvzrlle of the lOtii instant :— .U-lH)iyT«c\Ts. — MaiaK!ir IT, Uottbny, Clerk of Petty (Sessions at MQcuester, to be Uerk -if Putty Sessions for Milch refer and ' t.'liarttrs Tom-era. Uisukim is Sucep Act.— His 'Excellency the \ loveroor, by proclamation, has suspended lor a period of six months from tbe 1st day of -luly, 1875, or unt'l it shall have been revoked hy a. »ul^scqu6£it proclamation, so mnch of tiie f.iriy-f.flrth suction of the Diseases in Sheej- Act of 1SUT as renders necessary &£ pro iluctiou of a certificate from the inspector .of that portion oi Siw ^ontli \Vales coniagnoas to the crossing-place Ity which snch sbeep are to be introduced. A large numljer of forfeited selections ar«s proclauued. A list oi runs (EOTvcyciJ) in the unsettled districts is published. HawKAu'sOmcE.-^ th£&CT.{!ad!t*hn» Pierce Thomas. Minister of the Chinch of Euslaiid, rcfi.iins it. lULiosteE, irjttin Che r...

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Flour and Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Flour end Potatoes. Is the Legislative Oouncu, entire 15th altimo, Mr. A. H. Brown moved the adjdnmment of fie House, to take into conridmtion a return made tow order of the Hansefor tim nmdnriion of mrremondence relative to tile supply and disposal of certain Boor and potatoes to residents near Tiara, on the Mary Biver. He thought the Honse wanU be startled to Usam that very Urge quantities of the articles had been given to persons really not in need of them. The flood from which the residents were supposed to hav« suffered had occurred in Febnary, and they were ex pected abont thai time. They extended to a considerable distance, bat were not so mnch to be dreaded as Hoods in New South Waits, where they bring desolation and nun in many forms, becaastTaKricnitural land therels nearly level, the homes of the farmers mm upon these level grounds, and when She floods come they not only sweep *ny the crops but the houses also. In tiie fertile dis trict of MaryborooehtbenBare«anelow4ying ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Boam, Yet Ham-.— A girl with her first pair of ear-rjngB.

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One Source of Skin Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

One Source of Skin Diseases. {From XtdMrv.) Obscure affections of die skin of the faces of men especially are «rell known to specialists to be widely spread. They are commonly classed as ehzema, and while causing great discomfort, especially at night, show- nothing, or almost nothing to' the eye, if the patient be otherwise in pretty good health. Skin specialists frequently ask patients whether they have been using any new sort of soap, but no one seems hitherto to have traced any distinct communication between soap arid tins troublesome disease. * As I have been able pretty distinaly to do so in reference to myself, ]-robably a brief notice of the facts may not Le out of place in Suture, where it is likely to be of more popular benefit than if committed to the pages of a medical journal, in which the inferences of *: mere laymen '' are not generally reported, li is a fact but very little known to ihe multitude of both sexes who use the 'prime old brown Windsor soap' of the perfumer...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAPRICORNIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Correspondence TO THE EDOOft OF THE CAFKICORKIAN. Snt,— Tiieeabject of payment of members -£ Pariiameat is jone which of Ute years nas received orach attention, and deservedly so. That the Legislative OaoDcfl last yea* rejected a. bul sathonsmg snch expendrtnre did not C3S9e gnssb ^aiipinse, ^titocgh theft ntore recent action seerne to have created some iodjgnation. I do sot propose to enter at length into this matter, for tabere can be oo j**in in quoting* what is done, or what has been done in other places, Jmt I cannot help feeling some regret tluftaxMsdezxtevonxse basnet been adopted. The disaJvmnfc^e of having no rock act is that a eomdjtnepcy, — and we have many soch in QaeeBdaDd, having no snitable member living within it, who can afford to give up bis tame and bear the expense of m protected ^ym Brisbane, ib obliged to elect the moat snnifriMr peiacsu obfcainatde onder each cmauDBtaacea, and coraeqaentiy is freqaently con»dledtocbooaeaB * representative some one livingw Bris...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

TO OOEBESPOKDEKTS. . jy Inteadme TObacrnieg «re reminded Oat linfe, and that, irhenGmnrded for any tenn kss than twelve months, the charge is at the rate of six ahulmgs and sixpence per quarter. rjTHE BOCKHAMPRMT B0LM3TOI X pnbfished every mormng at fire o'clock, is the oldest and most widcly-circnlated news paper in Cental and Sorthern Qneenilsnd. In addttion to trustworthy local news, the readers of the BciiEm,- are prorided with Ox latest telenanhic and otter inteuigencefram all parterftie world. Metropolitan ami officbl aern is catered for by a. special comspannwnt Oaaionedat Bnsbane, and anuganents an sn prpgiess for secuxmg , mj|if|Mi^^^^jy |n erery important town m the coloay. Alan ?dtolisiug luwJiniii, the Buuxns is generally admitted tt be second to no jomnal in the colony. Snhecriptian, in advance, 15b. per

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WOOL AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

WOOL AKD PBODOCE. Messes. Most xsd Co., of Colonial House, 155, Fenchnrch-rtreet, London, S.C-, under date 13th Hay, report m follows :_ The irregularities snd misfortunes of the Sao Francisco stall Sernce have this mouth been brought to a climax, by tiie loss of the mails im the 01-fated Schiller, which was wrecked off Sally, on Friday ni-?ht last, with a loss oE 343 lives. A few bags of New Zea land mails have, we hear, been recovered ; but it is probable that the contents win be so damaged as to be almost useless. The V. and 0. maus, bringing nsrafrom Sydney to 20th March, were delivered on Monday last, 10th jpafantt the due date. WooL— The present series of sales opened on the -*& instant, with an arrival of 279,457 bales, of which 1^500 were forwarded to tie mnrnimfir, The attendance of buyers from all quarters was vBry large, and biddings animated; but for the first night or two we could *ee no change when comparing current rates with those ruling at the doseof tie las...

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INSWICH, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Ipswich, July 13. (ftas-feRbwrava') A public meeting of tie cantracton- engaged on the Brisbane Baftvay atenan was held at tbeScnoolof Arts last evenm-ft. Bis Wombip iiMMaYor -Dreading. The meeting -was well aBmilpil, though but few contractors mn present tidmnin Briifnri made » lengthy BjMMyhj in vln& be favoured i-he system of email contrarfe, and showed that the prices ?mre about from one-third to one-half Iras than tint paid to the large oontractors on the Warwick ami Batty line. He also complained of the Govarnnwnt now doing wwfcbyanploy - ing wages men, instead of letting it by small i^m^rt-. m a-ccords-oce witti a pronnse fzam & Minister for Works. Oms, ?Inly 13. In i ??[?^?????«^^» of Ute i-axns Monday's cosc-h has bBen. obliged to teUuii. have ceased work. The Maryborough nod is in jahoA-mggtate, and carnage is expected to reach £10 per ton. There win shortly be a PHfting abort the mmmglawa. SUSTHQECE, July 15. A frnpoEslnv the construction of -tile rail ?wa...

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THE FLOODS. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

THE FLODDS. Lo-5do-s~, July 17. The Floods in Wales and tto West of 'Eng iindaie ««*—rltn^ bat he»ry rams eoatimie, ajid further inundations are appKiwnded. lbs Lord Major of London is receiving s-nbsenpt-ianE far tie leEef of the sufferers by -the floods.

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FRANCE. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

FBAXCE. tosDox.JoJviT. la lie inmUy at Tadk. M. Gam betta attacked the MM-ster «rf ite Interior, -cri-tib iJwi^'i' to 13le mtrigues af 4b» Boua. -psrtist party, in speaking to a motion of iooum tilled by tae Left Centre, *tucu, after debate, was negatived. A motion after warib ^jJ^M-n by die Eight, ex szesaue v™-fiJ«-~ 5n the Government, was ^Jtriei'* lie Bonapai-tists are emltmt at tie df-sbnetioD. of the prospecfeve union bebraentheMiaistrraiidtbe Lett

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PARTY MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

PAKTV MEASGBES. On Tuesday week, Mr. King informed the Legislative Assembly that die Land Bill was not a party measure. Met by exclamations of surprise, he reiterated the statement, and proceeded to give the reason why. It would be impos sible, he said, to draft a Land Bill which twenty-four members of that House would agree to accept The Land Bin of 1868 was not a party measure, for it was referred to a special committee appointed by the House, and its final passage was die result of a compromise. It had been found now, as in 1868, that if land legislation were treated as a party question, nothing could be done. Hence the Government had no intention to stand or faU by dieir bill, but leave it ~ Snclf was, in substance, Mr. Rnra's opposition, it was laaDdimpncdcatie to r»h«he*K=Bae dntf^Cpniilteeof die Whole. Tt is now admitted fflutt the! men who were placed in power for die | special, purpose of amending our land laws are onable to do so, and that mdess a compromise can be made th...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. LOVE OR PRIDE? CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

TALES mo SKETCHES. UBVB OB. PBIBEP Ssux purple ?bsdowe .we|* «M the av aMds:tba daunt Undaeap* n beeoumnjin ifistiiirt; end the moon wa* slowly riainr; in the Afor swoBe Os twibjU deepened into a nniehoroai*Masa«tnerewi«ldl-eintheanm- a sir] stole im'iliiiil) km* ? null garden, and stood beside a. feate that led into the adjoin ing churchyard. . & yaw-tree ejmad its dark fanuebe* Wide dm her, but tbe salver tints thmt m-Ubld«- «poo *=«?'' s™f ?toon, and tninging-oiit tie dehcale Bnes of -*e jWdumib^*B, tom*ed»fcoher wbitelace, nattae it whiter OauusuaL She did wit atari as a tall Inn approached from the further ads of the churchyard. Sbe hud evidently been «- pectinr tome one, and when ahe bend the won*— ? / -Yoa.re oat lag, apss Jem'— | 'I n waiting for yon; I wanted to say j eooa-bro to joo before joa went away.' T thought yoa had1 done that already,' re plied the jwmt; man wilt some bitterness. 'Hot quite.' returned the girl wearily, « yoo wen tea xngry for me to sav it a...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

rmwYAND Tfnn.es. § BTTHESEA. Mtwa. 1 .1 11 MUMthi. .mmnafmitt, WMitofll irliii ll»«i. suggsatttsMtaeatismissstltln Tb. .mil.., ...lor A»aiiBta»ariigtei»»a«niM»i|jsiwn» TtaiiBBeTtfaecjyea UMt^tte«Wsstfltth»XlM*. - Idniirln ion, 1 la a bbtt «ut- Mot t^oa tke *T. Cp joadar jw OB rexe Tteaftr-amniiiaitamaaCKe, maBlgU vassal tans troMT. TtartrOnoSol Ban mai Oat na ulbl Ttaaffrons oa tfce «ar tna, -fce taatataa, tta tandt nonrlaaa. Axlite apMfc opon ife u nrumiiiai .mil. ? im lai »a ? 1 Optra TBTOLicca-— ISrown (dn uuniiig alter (?etduHiei): Dio50eo*S-«ia-»n'*Cm? Do«, unbar 'boat tb*. BA4 64W« «n Ukrfy to die o' seal a' ' 8od««n' B r°O,«Te»T, wW» bad than!— ft«-4. Sinn BnranTW sea Son Boat— A abort «a» max* nakb -^-oacb aaadam acsnt m fte nortBOT antt of tswa to fwnm «mc -rh«te? for ? yosager waniar wfcahad ton fcfrtea bya. rattV mh. 'FoaB-qart?- tiiatr 'Ta^npSadAe lading -fagr^ara — snake reiy iggT A-ViEiswrFaosncx.— TmdBar(n1rs1aBa) c « Hi— poll bor up, am Don't jn see tht ro^-roOTnua-....

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