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

WET IUUX HBSDBEI, TEJT' Live Stock Saiesiuv, Suxrox ahd Abbokuos, Vuniw, act P'''i? ssimdl 4sb ipswicb. THf p i & fe s e~, ?MOD, lta**IWBt, Bockhampton, Copn&y ^fn^ran^l ? ' IJCZACOTT ft ABHSTBOKG „ -^y^^^^'t manT^ir L i- ,-???? ? - .-,-1 Wictim hopki»s. lev Sookbusb ^sd BrtnoKEB. Agent - ia^Cgbnd and Eagbjm tlomn, and HH.lil n Importer of fee bat Soring SEn^BerlmWooIs, WwnmpaMnc Medi «s*d«gna!anafricelJ«4Boaapplia«iMn. j ?mil i nmflami «li« t. ???' flir Prut ftffirr , BockkamptaSL ; T I r EtCHBABBT FAMILY HOTEL, I BmxuarniK. «aK3» Aci-nmrnnihtinn, Moderate CfaMgeB. -'-'.«. D. CBDICKSHASK, Fbopbseim. ', SOB «C «he 'Qmmton&a,' ' Eeddanqt ian Bdletin,' 'Daily Sorthem Aigne,' 't^k Sam TAgBE,' «na 'Town and ; CpHOfMAS S OlVAXlOB, j WB3EE1WFBIOHT & BLACESUQB. j Vtmaa*, Vrxyt, Cute, and every A&cBf- i tionrfvdkiAs in the Tnie, -i^H*' «b the anortKl notice, -« 4» test BOHnei ', OeanlaBy. BtSISESS EsTiEUSHED 1866. THOMAS H. CiTAKiCH, WBEEU7BIOHT ASD B...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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NEW BOOKS IN MAY. LONDON, June [?] 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

fr^B^Km^r^ Ijossak. Jnne^^kjSL Canu pastor's s&jSiskaKtSes^Bh SAape, is ben deW JET faithfully por trayed by Mr ?JErtrapu, and with lam »»» central figure, «! have also a picture of Cam, of aimtpefier, of Paris, and of London, daring the lime in which CasauboD lived. It is a book which *B1 chiefly interest the scholar, although by no means devoid oT iaierest for flie general reader ? ??EcnoMiic.&oojifcy:' By «avid Sage, F.G.S. (BSackwaodT *O)b book gives «s in a. condensed bot readable form, a great deal o€ informatK* ou waiters geological u wallas , other siAjeda :Jfr. P^ )i&» iweU-knownJ anflwrBy, **1 nstJjaaslagaV experience aa a scientific teacher tdte well in the present work. The main iacte oT-rtoiogj- undtbar teaehiog are establish^ a»d»r;j?age begins his work with an enumeration oJ these faots*. 5nd then goes on to dux bow useful the knowledge' of- them? is s«relt» be to ago-' culturalvtSi atesabect*, ^fl^nr*, * aeaiptorV' cirii ujgiiera, miners, pott...

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ITEMS PER SUEZ MAIL. ADELAIDE, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

ItEMS PEKSDEKMAIL ArajimE. JJv a. The P. and 0. Oompanrfe nteamer Fexa brings London news to JunelL The Crown Law Omeecs bave advised tiie nroseartion -t Dr. Kcsedtr iar libefa m K» paper, -ae Basfisaaua. The Govemmeut an - rductant to proceed in the case. The lord Mayor and Corporation of London have resolved to invite tie Prefect of the Seine, and tbe Mayem of Bans ana.at]-erCim- tinental cities, tea banouetat the Go3dbiH, Iif-m1f'nl Dl Jill V. ''' ' Sutfer worshippers have been burnt to death: in a Roman Catbohc Chapel at Holyoak, 2000 persons have \« sirln 1 m aneartbnuakc in Asia Minor. A severe storm at Valparaiso earned &» death of fifty persons, and the loss of tour vessels. Giiii^ July 2. It is rumoured Oat Hb,«W men are arming and fflnii'iilj -IJag in the vicinity of the massacreof _Mr. Magery, the BciDafa Conenlar The Kbbt of Burmah assies all fenowlea-e orcompticrtr with tfcejreM Eeperal, and has pramtted. a fut8Basyje to nnbsmm tcoopB iiuuu^^ Ins territory in tb...

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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

PARLIAMENTARY. Bkisbise. Jnlv l«. In the Assembly last night, Mr. Palmer s speech was short and pointed. ! Mr- King followed, reading Mr. Palmer's Bockhampton speech on his Edtication B31, in proof that he had changed his opinion in reference to a Minister of Education. Mr. Fraser being accused of having com promised himself by an electioneering promise, read some correspondence between himself and Mr. O'SuDivan, establishing hi; (Tracer's) consistency. Mr. Macrossau spoke at length, and die debate was adjourned at one o'clock this I morning, till Tuesday next. i Bjusbuce, July SB, G-50 p.m. In the Assembly to-day, the debate on the motion for die second reading of the Educa tion Bui was resumed. Messrs. DJekson, Stewart, Fettigrew, and Eingsford have spoken. The discussion bv very flat, and the Hooue is expected to divide1 an the motion to-night, and take the Estimates to^norrott*. 10 p.m. Tbe debate costumes. It is intended to divide to-night. TCwre is more airimat™* smcetea. 10-3...

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

18 7 5. C5DES 1HE DesETSCTISSSD PaTEDXAGE OF His Exccuekcf the Govebmm. The Peak Downs Jockey dob Ammal Meeting. mo be bdd on tie Beak Downs Bace THCRSDAT t FRIDAY, Accost 26th asFSxh. Me. a J. «g»W4ir, K.LA. VKE-FEESTnEKT : Me. B. LEA. De. TAYLOB I Mb. O. de SATGE Me.D. S. WALLACE! He. B. M 'MASTER Mb. A. B. MCDONALD I Me. W. ADAtB . . . Mb. j. miicm. HOS. TEEiSCEEE : Mb. J. H. ALLEN. Sis. W. B. STEEL. Mb. E. PAEKEK. ? d£UE OF THE OOUBSE : He. H. MAB33K. F1ESI DAY. The MAIDEN PLATE of 40 sovs., with a sweep ofSsovg. to eo to the second horse; about one and a-half mOe; weight for age; for all horses that hare never won an advertised prixe »»*»»»»«£ 20 sovs. at the « time of ?''??jfi^*T^'- penally for winning — once, 5 lbs., twice or mote,' 7 Bis. ; three entrances or no nee ; nomuiations will dose on Tuesday, Angnst 24, at S p-m. bUXIMU BACE. (To start at 11-45.) The LADIES FUBSE of 2S hove., with a sweep of 2 sovs. each to goto the second horse; for aH horses; abont one and a-half ...

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

BRISBANE. July 16. Mr. Fowles, late City Surveyor, was buried   to-day, with Masonic honours. There was a   large funeral. July 17.. The rate of mortality in Brisbane shows an alarming increase. The registered deaths for the week ending on the 10th instant number   fifty-nine (59).     Mr. Byerley has been instructed by the Government to take soundings and to prepare   plans and estimates of cost for a bridge over the Fitzroy River at Rockhampton. It is reported that the Government will not ask for a dissolution, hoping to carry through the session, but if not able to do so, will resign. It is believed that Mr. Palmer would be unable to form a Ministry to command a working majority in the House whilst the Education question is unsettled. July 18, 9 p.m. Crang, chief mate, and Lopez, second mate of the sup Truro, were boarding that vessel at midnight, last night, at Harris's Wharf, when   the f...

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

u1 ' rt 1.3, J .. :ji ? (^xnlFlosMMfiee, ? /s Hn ?mijn.uaa^nK. TEKDEBS SOB THE 6EBV1CE, 1676-7. fiONTEYAHCE-OP MAILS. ' SKPjMt.^yRyp^flliByRjafibenJuij imAanL «nd wnl Jk receina mtil Koon^ of SATCBDAY, the 2nd October next, for the' Conveyance of Tost' Wee MaHs, aa under nif j^jsJ. trim tte 1st Smuf.ifX. . . and may be forwarded (if by post, prepaid) addressed to the ItaetoHfterJfcaenl, with the words, 'Temia-for Ue ComsefMCe vf JTaJk,' together with tile number of the service endorsed on the cover, or placed m the Tender Box at (he Cenenl Post Office. Tenderers are requested to ?describe by their namben as below, the mail service, {or which fliey tender, and every tender wfll be taken to include the entire service, as called for. Tenders on separate -Coras -me «H«M«Jfor each smi ice, aB wdl as for tile periods pirntionfd, namdy. one year or two wars. Every tender most bear the homafide e»na tares of the tenderer and two responsible OTdT'sum as the PosUnaBterGeneral d? diroct ntft *...

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

IQZBODfiKE. JnlvlE. Anatfamptfakemglnade to atartanexpe ditiontoKewGnnuai, *o estabbsh a tains factory at MeowjySarooar. The 1UL& Oerlom ans floated t£ again ThefudEetsbowsa defidenevcf £9BOj00a on tbe operations of the current yax. To makeaptiie required revenue the Treasurer proposes land, bone, and property taxes; a »*.rfi»iif».«i»hTr. — r-mr-; Bve per cent on absentee pnperb/ fa&fers ; and the per cent on iaeoun derind cm bnsnen not mtberwiae -taxed. He proposes to nsft -\«rtr.im wttttes to the amount « «S30,w3i, and to increase .' the duties on apirite, beer, and tobacca He estimates the total product at aortaxafawft ax £517,000- Tbe la* Batons rlsties are to be rednoed ban twaaV to wSsennerffint. The Assembrylumaminasdfhe motioofor tAe extension of tiie axes «t* ianot seiectiausto 6Maeres. July 17. The Treasurer's liadcet eatuaatestse year's revenue at tour intbans aterfing. and tbe ex pendttnreatfonranda^iaBamSnnE, and aw L proposes to bopowtsro and ajialfiBil...

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Stray Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Str*, Jottltg*. '*r JRofocas. 'Wuxjxv the flantr' i» natgouEdb/aim. poaedtobea vexy pleasant ex4M-ae,a-or do men gataaSy undertake it ctfbeir own maxtS. As to tin tBect ot the innocent roreaiioo on tbe jbMb of those vbo h»TO j in^n^ed in it, we have noiaumiedge, as ft jsoUea 'nfenee is nreBerred after tiie Scat has ' beeo nccomf&i&eA, aod men never seem dis i posed to cotne up from tiie oompmnionalup .' of mermaids and cSimv residentB ot tiu ^gbp 1 and do the thine a second time. 'Walking I tbe nlajitcn is like maniajae— ^mce ill a life tune is quite enough. Snch being tiie case, it is somewfaat Etcauge to see a man wining to undertake it trcsee and «t£Q live. - Bat tbe age of marvels ' is not yet over. A few days ago, l(r. Editor, the son did what consols often do--~he went down, andasacon esgaence tbe darkness timnr its sombre pall orer our town, and m A very short timeafter wards the moon being jealous of the way in which tiie shades of evening tuonopoUsed tiie ch...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. SINGAPORE. COOKTOWN, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

1 WE WEEK'S rftfSfiAMS. I ARRIVAL OF THE itittK. SQ&£PORE. ? - _ ? iCmMaaiof. JbIf 14. Tta Tana Strait snail ateamship Singapore : arrived off tins cart at sens o'daSthis evening. . Cajtoia Peake own In long f«on to the ' prevalence of head winds. *^^ Tbe B.K& Singapore brings files of papers from Hongkong to the 18th June, torn Bingepsre to the 28th at the ut month, and V Somerset*) the 12th July. Tin' imnrniFiiiiiii' Tin PiMiiik Vi mil ' Mrs. D'LBnm. Mr. W. R. Mitchell, and Osptaju Bathe. For Sydney : Jlr. and lira. Maclean, Ut Kirby. and Dr. Sterling. For Melbourne: Four Japanese gentlemen, and »essrs. Parana Oswald. Power, Mr Mac . fbrnoo. She also brings a Lame nnmber of Intermediate and Steerage passengers, nil ? 'foil cargo. Her cargo is consigned to the following sorts: Foe Rockhimpton— 12 packages of -inorchandnK. For Brisbane- 206 packages merchandise. For Sydney — J3I boxes oil, ?MO boxes cassia, 160 half-chests tea, '30 cases lute, 8 cages sOks, 35 cases ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

SHIPPING NEWS. &B£r\'ALK. Jn-v 17.— Hieroia, ketch, 23 tons, Johnson, master, from Maryborough. July 18. — Beron, schooner, scaoaaer, — tons. Captain Boyd. bom SewcaxOe. July IS.-- In Kennel Bay: Kormanby, R.M.S., 1000 tons. Captain 3. BeddcO, from Sydney, via Brisbane. Pascengers : For Rockhampton -Mr. C. S. GnenfieM. For TownsriHe— Mrs. Crai-en, Messrs. Craven and Idverty. ForCooktoim— Mr. J. A. HeBman. For Semerset— Mr. C. H. Eagles. For Singa pore—Mrs, a Miller, 24 in tiie steerage, and 38 Chinese. J. Headrick and Co., agents. Jciv 18.— dame, barque, from Hobart Town. W. F. Walton, agent. July 19. —In Keppel Bay : B.M.S. Singa pore, 1000 tons, Captain James H. Peake, bom Hongkong, via the ports. Passeagen : —From HoK'.KOTC: For Bockhampton— Seven Chiacae. For Brisbane— Five Chineae. For Sydney— Dr. Sterling and two Chineae. For Melbourne— Mr. E. Page and four Japanese genttemen in tiie aakun, five Japanese aamnd-dass, and seven Chinese in the etaer age. From Stkcipobe : ...

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OUR LADY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

i OUft LADY'S LETTER. \ Os one of ,i±e wettest and most dnsmil days we lave had dnsjfetr, * day on which, not aadmistcootendedfar tbe pre-auiiumee to wit the first of May, the aev AVimJi* hla& at HobweH Hill opened for Hie season : tee firat budding. *aa yon may ranember, hiving been dsutrotofy banted to the ground whSe mtite xemth of its bkccbsb. Pnwiooa to tie first opening a Beb^acofart occurred, add a, day or two previoaa to tiiis new m ngnxation a, catastrophe happened which in jured a dozen persons more or less, and the tad. weatfaer on the 1st gave the comp de graee to the Palace in the opinion of the minions who axe super ?dj^flffiq 'Give a. dog a bad name,' ic '*It is nnlocky,' the people say, and even mote learned folks shake their heads and say it is very ominous. It was too bad of the weather, certainly. The Lord Mayor, with new Hveries and in sD his state, opened die beading. The principals of Her Majesty's Open were there to -'hanrf the attractions by titeir gr...

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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

Peak Downs. Bv bst evEomg'fl cnO, ihe P**l Down* Telegram €&ti*t 17ta came to haad. VTeextract tiifi fallowing ftems :— The pramissd work on the crossuics of the creeks . about Cknnoat has been commenced with energy. A road party was set to wotk on the crossing of Wolfang Creek on the Hacfcay toad iast week, and in a ver-' s&ort time they succeeded is patttnf it in thorough repair, by tilling die interstices betvreen the Jogs, and corering ihe whole of the logging to a depth of six or eight inches with road' metal and gr*T«L The party tbe& came in to the crossing of Sandy Greek, on the same road, and qmddy .effected a sensible improrcment m it by cutting .away the bank on the opposite side to ihe town, so that tfat elope is now reduced to about one in seven and a-half. They also took up the logging, with ^fb.B uzbentKn of relaying it in a better manner, bat Mr. Jutline arrived in tie middle of this week, and gave mssmctions that the work ebould be done in the...

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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

yom bswbam^ nrfEBTJ^ Boor -rf ti** Affn&j m Toa^Uy w tie poEtid BJffiB&Ht of &e week It is * trite saying tint the value rf an article n not ieeertameil nntu you fere Ittt it, xzri Mr. Muafistert eoDeagaes never fcne w tie value or inAwpens^Heoess -tf tier cfcief trnta fee w» la&x&e by adt TOss. So long as Mr. Palmer remains in tbe Assemtjlj there -will be no other politician than Mr. Macaitster ahle to cope with hfni Ercn tire Premier cemes off second beet in Ins encounters with the etordy leader of the Opposition, bat Mr. Mad&ter poe&esscs tiie faadiy of rallying his forces, and thus of prereattojr a total rout 3fr. Heffimatft w » dejAwaHe failnre in this partwnlar He makes one or two gallant efforts to re trieve lost ground, and then, if ansncoe&sfal,. retires from the debating dumber, and lets natters 'rip.' Mr Griffith has more 'staying' power, bat lacks the official and personal weight necessary to vanquish grey b...

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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

I LOCAL t GENERAL NEWS. \ -'?? Ax the Stance Coin*,', en. Ttaraoay. «?»' TTf— -- — ~J 'Fl^a-ri. iTrnMeTOMMP1 of the -??-?''?{? Tnnr**'11* and Dr. SiHnw fatty confirmed the hnpres-ion Hot she was -* unsound mind and unable to tote care of ber ' adf. On tlie twiHim^*'***'1' of **e doctor, ' the Bonce Mapstrale aoteoeod her to a month's detention in the I*natie Reception Bouse for care and proper treatment Axthe request of Mr. Jane. Boa, Dirinct Inspector of Brands. 'P^j**^ £grmatiou, for the benefit «f interested J»rties7fn»oi the Gomme* G*zOU of SUi June:— 'To afford cattle owners an oppor tam±y of placing a permanent dlEUngmshmR nark on wonuated cWe, ft is hereby notified 4k general information. that the mark-known at the 'crop earmark.' formed by cutting on the point square across tile right or left ear, bat so as not to remove more than one-third -£ the ear, has been set apart {or the above mzpose. The above earmark has accordingly neenwitiidrawn from the list of distinctive marks...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

; HOTES ON THE WE&L \ Hcisc prospects -nbright«iing. AtCow id, 8k Annie Bof is being worked m an enogeti: nunner under the mperinUmltnoe oi Mr. X'liuTrkh. nnaentine tile HSberm» Mining Company ; intelligence abo ojoe to fcanaby the Toms Staot m*u steuner 8ing» pore, list the fomuttin rf the fingfcsh Com ply for working *te Hujenn Serf .«t Co^ml »7& point rf anfttboB -rtai Dx msil left London; «t Kew Zesisdd GnBy, Irelsnd and puty«re worlong their mnllodnr leader with highly profitsils result*, whost other parties are saddng »? ammsif along &e same line of neEwize exneeMzon of striking «dU ; and at Rosewood there UaemsB rash. So nmd. for tiie pro minent (estnes of goM^nmingpnigS'* fe capper the auns of tte times are «nnBy cheep. taflkak ^owas Bhares ?» risjs| in tin SKiney market, aalatandat 13B.3d.;«aitte 9m IGneb pitting forwaid strong dsBnsfcr bronnnie recognition. Mr. Morefcesfi, wio pnrdased tie Dee selection for the Soottiab. fanesbnent Mining Company, a...

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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

SATCBDAY, JULY 24, 1S73. The -Jistribaaoo of Government Soar and seed potatoes among the Maty River settlers, has created some scandal, and a return of correspondence on the subject has consequentiy been laid before the Legislative Council on the motion of Hon. A. H. Browk. The retnrn has also been printed and cnmlated vitn other parliamentary papers. It is an awinqng and suggestive document. The correspondence opens with the following letter from Mr. W'. G. B&ilev, the member for Wide Bay, to the Hon. the Colonial Secretary :— Mary Eiver, 1st Mirch, 1675. Sr, —Yon are doobtless um tint we have bads most destructive flood here, several feet irigher than the floods of ISCt tnd iSTO. I bate bo exact infarmatum yet, as the riAr only bepatnbwer yesterday, bat I in snxc1 fkui will ne gEert Iobb and dsmiBWyuait dismss. I do not know whether the Gotem ment intend to giraanrreKef «rnot ; bat if so, I would adriBe the relkd to be immediate. If snch, bowsrer sfighl^ wefCgcVw wiUwhiL r...

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[?]ATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. THE AYRSHIRE COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

^WmWOW, PARPEN, i FIELD. } Of all the favourite varieties of com esteemed issreatmflken, tte Ayrshire cow deservedly halls first place. She has lie idnittut^ therein fielding a large supply of lien milk even an inditfareat asshire. and also in fatteoingweTItorthesBainljlea. The Durham breed, as also Ike AHemey and the Kerry, are held in hjgh esteem by some, and lie forsaer is undoubtedly eood, bot unlike the Ayrshire, is not so hardy, ana requires high feeding to bring oat her good qualities ; the AUeraey. again, is small, and is remarkable for having* wackwa annetilr, wbOethe Kerry ureryliaWetoTOnmia. The cow therefore possessing the most desirable qualifications for oor dairymen, isU»one»ith which Restarted —the Ayrshire. Experiments bave been made to faat the nuUdngqiiatoiea of this breed with the following results :— Nine gallons of sulk were draws per day, three and a-half gallons of *Bich yielded one and a-natf ponuds of butter, giving Heady Upee and turee-quarter ponnds of la...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 July 1875

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTHS. BELL.-On Monday, 12th July instant, at Lovadee, North Rockhampton, the wife of Robert Bell, of a daughter. SMITH.-On 29th June, at Gladstone, the wife of F. Smith, of a son. MARRIAGE.   HADKINS-PALMER.-On the 22nd June, at St. Paul's, Rockhampton, Albert A. Hadkins, second son of J.   Hadkins, Esq., of London, to Fannie Elizabeth, third daughter of B. Palmer, Esq., of Rockhampton. DEATH.   SMITH.—On the 5th July, at Gladstone, Victor Arthur, infant son of E. V. and F. Smith.

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THE MERCHANT SHIPPING BILL. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

THE JltECHAKT SHIPPING BILL. Lokdos. June 31. {Friday last was a o!ay of Trnrf*allplt*d ex citement ia the House of Commons in -scn- seoneneeof the Hon. B. Disraeli announcmg the decision ef tiie government not to pro ceed via the discussion on the Merchant Shmpmc BilL Mr. PlimnoO hotly opposed the course pursued by the Ministry, and stated that Mr. Disraeli allowed himself to be dictated to by tile ship-owning interest; and that in consequence of defective legis lation thousands of lives were in the hands of the interest alluded to. He concluded by I sayntg tjiat the House, by saudaonrng the conduct of such villains, were daily con a^ing crews of ships to a- watery grave ; and that tile conntry ought to be made aware of the fact tftat many nnseaworthy vessels were continually leaving British ports. Mr- PhmsoQ was repeatedly called to order, but refused to reinct any of his assertions, and again protested against tbe wi£bdrawa3. of the BilL On the motion of Mr. Disraeli, however, th...

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