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ENGLISH NEWS. MELBOURNE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

ESGiisa SEwa MEL-»nrKE,Jone28. EngUsh papers state Oat the Prince ef Wales on his visit to India wiD travel via Brmdisi to Aden quietly. At Aden w31 begin thedispUy. There bnSoyal HKhaewwiB be met bi- the Ryiny 8ouaaran,«nd all vesseb crmstDe in tbe Indiu Seas wxQ proceed to Bombay, and Aen to rendezrora all other sBaports he cnay nsi. It is stated that lit. K»aeE wfflTnbsUy resign at the end of «ke aeasion, as wjflrin the last few rnonto he bKwadthsgsi of ijddlecteal srearanc Bis temper, too,' faustnm. The Duke and fineness of Eomonr^t are expected in tbe Oimea. Tbe verfiet was given againlt fix Garni Jnocnon Canal CSompany for damajsea by the ezpksiou of eunpowder in tile Bffflat Ciaaal, 5tr.-ie5diEg.t»4eaWrfMaeEai,«S4-ioed a verdict of £450 for tbe loss of Ins wife, and one farthing far the loss of hie children, against the railway company, arismg out of tbe Thorpe mlPBion

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.       BIRTH. HAYLOCK.-At Bowen, on the 18th July, 1875, the wife of A. J. Haylock (Sommers), of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

BCZA'COTT * AKMSTEOKG it*is A. £. Armstrong in* Ca.1, Impor ters of Ships1 fiigging. Cable Chains, and Anchors ; Paints, Ofls, JSmrineers* Stores, and General Ship Chandlery, Marketfitreet, Sydney. PAYMENT OF CKBEKTAKtKGS. 'UOOGBATIOlf ACT OF 1872.' r; is hereby notified for the information of persons interested, tint all undertakings for the balance of passage money signed by Assisted and Bemittance Passenger! -win, 2 not paid within twelve months from the date of arrival in the colony of such Assisted and Benrittanre Passengers, be written off and cancelled in the books of this office. It is also hereby tetter notified that in the '. case of undertakings signed in tile colony on account of the passages of remittance Immi grants, a period of one moath only will be aDowed for the retirement of undertakings by Kominors after default in pavment hasoeen made by the Nominees. BOBT-«RAT, Immigration Office, Brisbane, 29th June, 1S73. Department of Public Landed ? Brisbane, Sod Jnly. IS75...

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SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

STDNEYOOtfMBBCIAL ?On MercantSewad Hooey irtid. of ^, -. JL Bmid, dated Wednesday cmsbsc the 21st instaanVsMas-.— ? SSw breadstunB —*ir»*- cmrinmts m a ntter jexeBed ante, add etoeUwal be further ireonaAbvjiojBientorteEn^ani ibe'Loeu Banza, now on the berth for Imdoa, has made engagements for about 1000 tons, i TObeat was quoted to-day at 4s. 6d. to-kSA i Flour steady, at £10 10s. to £12. The re ported arrival of the P. and Q. steamer «t \ iMfyfcU this morning had the nsaal effect af rendering the import markem qnieter, pend i ing foe receb^ «i private advices, and the I only miimrhrei of any note that transpired | was the quittance of a line of 70 quarter-casks of low sherry on private terms. At auction, I Mr. Threlkdd disposed of a quantity of general merchandise at market rates. TTia local produce market was moderately active— inferior maize sold at from 3s. 3i , upwards ; prime worta, 3s. o^. ; oaten and ' lucerne hay brought £7 10s. to£S ;-*eeae,41. ? toCd.; bacon, Sd. tolOd. )...

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CURRENT TOPICS. THE EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

curhent topics., THE EDUCATION BILL. I^ee ' ^f^u*-^ oa the $ecoQ-3 ****&*& of the Education Bill was marked by the delivery of some of the best 'and some of *£ m6st dreary speeches of the sesSron.^ For four mortal nights honor- ; able members indulged in the cheerful i pastime of addressing their constituents ' from their places in the Legislative Assembly. Whispers of an early disso lution, originally started by members of the' Government, had much to -Jo in provoking legisblorial verbosity, but the ' subject was unquestionably important j and well worthy of all the attention ; girai to it The only serious ground j lor complaint perhaps is that honorable ' members who spoke on die third and j fourth nights of the debate should . bave . been in many cases content - with parrot-like repetitions of speeches ? previously made. On Tuesday evening, ! the 20th instant, the discussion must have j become irredeemably dull, and, judging from the printed reports, the speeches ...

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SYDNEY. July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

SYDNEr. July 23. ?He Australian Joint Stock Bank has held its half -yearly meeting of eharehaldas. A dividend was declared at tite rate of euzbt per cent per annnm, with, a bonus of two ebjUings perehare. The year's lasses of the Bank amount *o £21.000. The CaUomian mail has amved. An exciting. Ae&fatt** occurred in the As eembly last night, in which a charge was made by Mr. Garrett that Mr. Parkes and Mr. Sntheriand had attempted toebtaintus nin m ^ffl*wip tm\ mi t*j*rn In coDAequenoe of mail advices of heavy shipments from home, business is stagnant. ?3be month's exports to Qocraaiaod imooiit in value to £108,000. Jnly 25. the Assembly yesterday night reopened the discussion on the charm made against tbe Bon. H. Parkes by Mr. Garrett Sir Hercules Bobinson visited flje Theatre last eveoing, vnen tte audience rose es «oa- and cheered him lustily. The Commercial Bank has declared a divi dend of twenty-two per cent. Western. Australia has organised a? expe dition (or- the purp...

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MR. ARCHER'S PRE-EMPTIVE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

ME. ARCHER'S PBE-EMPTTYE BOX. Among the pariiamentaiy papers iecently totaild is die Report of Sie Select Com mittee on tire Gxacemere Pre-emptive BflL This is a matter possessing a con t :sjderable local interest, and a few re - marks anon it will consequently not be out of place. The Select Committee was appointed last month on the motion of Mr. Buza COTT, and comprised the following mem bers : — Mr. Fryak (Minister for Lands), Mr. Eduokdstone, and Mr. Macros eau, from the Ministerial side of die House; Mr. Palmer, Mr. M'Ilwratth, Mr. Amhurst, and die mover from the Opposition side. Mr. Fevar, we under stand, was selectedbecause of bis official position, Messrs. Palmer, AuHURST,aud Macrossan were chosen principally because they represented central or northern constituencies ; while the other members were selected for no other season than that they were expected to be impartial in opinion, and punctual at the meetings. The Committee, on die whole, must be deemed a fair one, and the...

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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, July 23, 5.30. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

PARLIAMENT ABIT. B&iss&xe, July 23, 5^39 p-m. .. I» the Aaseoibly last night, the Hoose was dMjeocqnedin diacassing a petition from abrty-loBr electors of the Logan, praying for tdmfintbe matter of tbe late election. The MoBoo-iorthi- reception of the petition was ~ SKjntivBd ? . ale other business «tsb unimportant 'Bjub&ake, Jnly27, ti'45 p.m. The Education Bill is unlikely to be pro sceaed with onlfl next Tuesday. It is expected that tbe Eetimates-in-Chief vrin lie ^through, to-morrow. , r ' 6-45 p.m. -&£ .Assembly is in Committee of Supply. On file motion of Mr. Palmer, tbe salary of 3H.e-Dpo.Bd Master of Titles has been re awedfoSHO. otimatef. Mr. Haeslister stated, in answer to Mr. Xataier, that the Government is imable at SnsesttooAnraemnloymenlto Mr. Wheeler, owing to tVeah evidence having been jnst received of the unsatisfactory state of the London Office. Mr. Douglas defended Mr. Wheeler, and Bond that » pr»p»r inquiry be made. Alsc tSt the d...

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BRISBANE. July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

BRISBANE. ' A PoWcoweting lias been held to amme tojibe celebration of the centenary 5f Bas Bust Horefam Facets' Show n held £B-bana7,Bndvas very successful. ' ? Jolyas. P« G'&nuKXt Oazettc issued yesterday contain * proclamation of several quarry ««iw alms the Northern Railway tine ; wtumemt for purposes of water-supply At a meeting, beU yesterday, tbe Protes taubl carried an amendment to the effect Oat ft was undesirable *»aing3eoiit O'CooneN from attfflintrioosHiHj of the nation of Great Britain fir tbe purpose of a pnblic demonstration. Tne resolution was forwarded to the Premier, I a^ it i« understood that the Roman Catholics will celebrate O'ConneUa centenary on their ? QWBvasxuuub, „ July*. King Yosn and Co., merchants of Boefc LaiuuUiu. are insolvent. l$e Sack Swan, s.s., arrived here from . Itadcaj, to-day. She is advertised to sail for Hoexnampton to-morrow. *^1b jQoffnBlind, «., leaves ttM&orrow for I fiMttntoptoB, via parts. , July 28. Tbe «.«.BJjui Swan ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

WP E A B K E . ? Oanauu. is» Fckkishhc, Ibok nuw, EMtabset, BaJdumptai. Country «de« pnm^y smarted. ? WriLIAM E E I D fi E S, TV Live Stock Sxusmak, £nnorin- jCsnsai. Gommsaiosr Ages*; AscnasnDB, AsnEUSOB, VaLCUOB, 1KP BaaKEB. BB1BBANE AKD llBWltaL^ j|inr WILLIAM HOFKIMS, «»«—«»»«»» 1KB SnnoSEB. Agent - far Colonial and English Newspapers and Ibnana. Importer of the best Sewing Machines, BedinVoolE, H«Beon»4iic MeS Catalogues and Pritt lists mappucatraL. Address - Deoham-etreet, nr the Port Office, BocUumpbm. r EICHHABDT FAMILr HOTEL, .BocmamproK. B. *-. CEUICKSHiSK, PBOFBIKnW. FaeBota»'QaeeBd2nder,' ' Bailimnip ton Bdlletm,' «Diilf Northern Argos,' 'Pat Oonu Xdegam,' a«d 'Town and Cotmtoy.'laptmtheCofloeBoom. m ho mas n. cavasagh. WHffla.WKIGHT i, BLACKSMITH W«gom, Days, OutB, and every dewrip taanalVehiela in 4e Tade, mumfactnren «b *he ?borte* notice, of the bntnuaied I i ? 1_ —J — fa»«-Jiip »nmi to i.i»t di thecafas/. ? THOMAS H.~CAVANACH, WHEELWEICHT AND BtACKSlOTH, lOWBB DiWBO...

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The Peak Downs Pastoral, and Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

The Peak Downs Pastoral, and Agri cultural Show. We (TWeynnt, 24th instant) hare great pleasure in reporting a most complete and gratifying success as tte result of the first attempt for many years to hold a Show in Oprmont The Society, as is wrfl-fcnown, has only just been re-established- the time for ?making preparations and getting odribirji ready was necessarily col short on account of the near approach of shearing; the number of exhibits and their quality were consequenBy inferior to what they might hare been had more time been, awanabuv and in fact «H but the weather 'for tins time only '—militated against the undertaking. Bui in this case though 'fecta were against 'the Show, far once it was, **-o much the worse for tile facto;' there was another fact to confront ttan, and that once mea who had the coodnct of the btuhwai -were men of Beat ability, raohrtian, good temper, and, anon all, withoot an iota of adfiEhriralry about them. They -wanted tfee best man to wins and when th...

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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

Peak Dawns. We are in receipt of Ckxnunt and'Coppcr fidd papers to tteStib instant The F- J-- ZW^graaBajs:— ? We notice witil pleasure the almost duly -arrival of teams from Rocfcnampton and Bradamnd ; and aWujngh .great delay has oea» ogasonwl Sathetransrt of stares, etc., frani tie effects of the extraordinary aanjoa to which ve ten been snlgectedt£iE year, bees felt ana expressed by ai local stnre kuepens and the public generally, still we can ordysay, 'Better late tnan nerer.' Among the arrivals ire notice thai a quantity of breadsbrSs hare come to band, and it is well each is tte ease, for the se-ious effects o£ the want of floor were beginning to make them aeires apparent in the absence of bread. It was quite refreshing to see ont worthy baker on Saturday last van his spring-cart laden witb Boor, m rwfe (or onr sister town of Cop perfieU, for the purpose of effecting timt-ran£- jonnation into bread bo weH understood by us all. In Ikese times we take a great interest in niching...

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Georgetown. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

Georgetown. [FAOH OC£ OWN C0EBE5P0KDEST.1 The townspeople have made a move ins tnoat important uaiH'i— the establishment of a newspaper/ A' rntgtmg was convened at the fioyaYlj»tel. bst Wednesday night, when avast twenty of the principal inl.riJt.nt. jjntpidfd Mr. Parker having been moved Into' the chair, after explaining the object of tite meeting, called upon Mr. Swan tor further iafonnation. Mr. Swan stated that, whue in Townsrille lately, tiie proprietors of tiie printing press, now in the stores of Messrs. CDfton.Aplin Bros., Georgetown, had made him an offer of the plant at a very low figure ; and considering tiie advantages which tbe district would derive by having a local papery he tjiou^at tbe time had arrived fortaKxag some .action in the matter. He also boa before the meeting telegrams of later date, in which the proprietors were willing to hand over the plant on receipt of £80; but after some conversation, it was proposed that £60 be offered. (This offer was accepted tii...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. THIS BABY OF OURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

POETRY AND TRIFLES. THIS BABV OF OTJBa TMtlV not ? Mam ofteraafid l&r, UfUiwWitoIapilMniMn, Vat u die axe of Od- **bs at tKB. A Wtoflttritraocbenranlcir. X« tha bate on the hak, is nooato tmo, One h the ejw of (fan baby -jf ami. ?Ooft dm a rararar of mmw HM. Ih-taat,iR«-,lut«Kmta- la tM toder Koii or (to taMift «UB bran, Hnrr.. minnjnti^^f. Tbertf. bo goavaar sat oCttaaeM «ac», ISO tfsHteat tldnaA ttf tfce afcy wooa-ftra. Ho* ?? at hail -*? tail babj of oars. TteWs no laiii -baH by tta matiat Ma, So wflfl rose Out sodi on the wtaOr Jeft, Sq luaab of tfae «na ttaoogh Ajnirt iKtft abovers Hnk u ttte palatf of a™ bMby at ons. May tbe dear tort spare her 'to us, we pcaj. For way a long and Banabmyday. £n be takes w- Idoom in fxcaoiie homtn, ThisVtebttairfutS.— tt»t»b5-ofo«rc.

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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

OUR BRISBANE LEJTEB. Srscsi Use dttnateh of my letter -m Friday evening Uieic Ins been liUln news hera of yf*f*y^ nti«inift j^_ i§m^ « iiiiii.'yHi is Brit ni tiie THrarTtrm B31 bow before ffrruanient, and the desire expressed last nekinbmr of an early riharjntirwi bas since been somewhat wniWM, that by a, mutual compromise this distradanf question nay be amicably settled by the present Assembly. The situation ia shortiytiiis. te is believed tiiattne debate on; tile second reading will dose to-day, and tint tile Ul -will be carried on division by a luge j majority. Bttt ii -sill still hare to go through a very severe onleil in Committee of the Whole, and it is tmderstood that Mesas. Wai*, Macrossan, and other members will do their very utmost to obstruct its passage. After several merits' acrimonious debate it wiUalmo6teertai^yg^tnxoaghtite.&£seliibly. lint only to meet rejection in the Legislative ConndL In that ease it ia believed the Cuvumucnt originally ™***A*-1 to appeal...

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The Dee Copper Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

Tbe Dm Capper Mae. Bbixf notices of Has mining property have occasionally appeared in -nr columns during the paii year, l»t we arehappy to state tint the&nelisslipwsnnnlzargvrqgita more ^???iiTn— ii. pTiwf^ j^ ^ specnlalave investment IP~»~i»g good dividends to tiie proprietors, *nd increase of trade to Boefchampton iml . the suirotmdirar district. Having heard a few days ago ttata^nune was about to be worked on an extensive scale, ie applied to Mr. Uorehead for relisbfe information on the subject Miia j resulted' in a foil ojufiiimfion of lie report, and. an invitation from Mr. Morebead and . Captain Hhhnan to visit tie mine, and after a personal inspection.ta give our caadid opinion as to its nine and prospects. The invitation was gladly accepted, sad on. Saturday last we j proceeded to tbe mine, in company vita j f*pt*'r Hohnxu, who had provided two j Jr«a«nt hacks at Westwood, with plenty of : 'go'' in them, which enabled ns to do the , whole distance between Hat townshi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

Setewi. paapeogen on the lower ITgriwippi wereattneted by tbe afligaton bsatms; in the Mmsttfit 'teUnj amphibioiu, captain?* asirf * takcr-OD. 'AiDphibioM, thunder!' answered the fnthamitfic officer, ** thcfU at ? hof ft «mnote.M Couedj'iBo If.— A Rriladlepbia pspar ad vertise! **for a boy Co open ojaten widi x. reference' We don't believe s boy could open SOoyrtenmday with'* reference.' inoyaier fcnife ia tbe beat thing jet daeorered for that parpMf , ihoogfa, of eoDne, there is no barm in cxpemneotug with otber things. Ou- ions Bwrrs, — An Altoons mndtin to bmwe a pair of braces used by Jofan Brown at Harper's Ferry. It bas been hitherto genaa&y urpnoaed that tbe old man « so HfrrtmUr wiped oat that (here were no traces of him left. — Bottom tramerift. A Dun Tbim_— Toe Seneca tribe of Horth Amena Indians now eonsista of one oU hone, a chief, and three gallons of »hie«J. A bar more eetxuig sons, m few more mooes — aorjef ?eaaon — and tbat three-gallon j»t will jam it* eomnd...

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COUNTRY EXPERIENCES IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

COUNTRY EXPERIENCES' IN AUEBIOA. Tee domestic cow u another animal vhose trays I hare a chance to Htndf. and also to obliterate in the garden. One of my neighbours has a cow, out no land ; and be seems desuona to pastarje heron the earfsce of the land of other people: a very reasonable desire. Use man proposed that he ehonld be allowsd to cat tbe grass from my grounds for bn cow. I knew the cow, baring often had her in my garden ; fcneer her gait and tibe eize of ber feet, vbicb stmek me us a little Urge for the site of her body. Having no cow myself, but acquaintance with my neighbour's, I told him that I thought it would be fair for him to tune the grass. He was, therefore, to keep tibe grass cicely cat, and to keep bis cow at home. I waited some tune after the grass needed -catting; and, as myneigjn bonrdid not appear, I hired it cst Ho sooner was it done, than be promptly ap peared, and raked np moat of it, and carried it away. He had evidently been waiting that opportunity. Whe...

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Fitzroy River Improvements. TO THE HONORABLE THE COLONIAL TREASURER. Harbours and Rivers Office, Brisbane, 19th July, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

Fitzroy River Improvements. TO THE mroiPiniT THK OOLOKXjU. TBE&KCnEB. Harbomx and Eivere Office, Brisbane. 19th Jalv. 1875: Laido, the T-OU bS Comamd, a*d arfrrtd bg He Legitta&K Ata»U3 to it Prim/of, aOttJWy, 187S. Sib, — ^A^reeably to instznetaons received, I have inspected the River Fitcroy, more especially with a view to the removal of obBtroctrons to navigation at the Cpper Hats, and have now ihe lunonrtoffibnut the follow ing Report on the subject. I took anwmAmjfu god obsetTatiails over tie entire area occupied by the Cpper Flats, the result cf which is shown ca a tracing from Captain Heath's carefnlly prepared chart of the Fitzroy, before dredging operations ivere commenced. Thf p'''ipa1 foitnrftB *»Hwain mnch the same dov^s tiien, aod mnst, in -ny~ «piixion, contibDe to do so ixnfil tiieoetiuies of tile river The distance across tbe river, at tiie videst part of the Upper flats, is 2S50 feet,wfailEt, a mile and a-half above, it is only 1400 feet, and a mile ...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 31 July 1875

EugfMi Hews. Itamt xr Smez «.«?, wired from JUdaedt: U- & X. Emtd. PoBrunsaf Mr. Samuel Morley and Mr. J. B. Mills, for which subscriptions had been -nisedamow; nonconformists, were presented -to those geiitiemsii at the Kew Memorial Hall. as a token of die hieh appreciation entertained for their services; the Time* and Spcc&a&or take advantage of the incident to compliment Dissenter* on tastr growing respectability and oUbr, which it is augnreiwOI soften their hostility to toe Establishment A poMie imaUast was given at Manchester Iiy the Allianee to General Keal Dow previous *o ma ntsn to America, after several years of f^atnitons labour to this coanfcry in the cause -of temperance. Sir Wilfred Luraon pre 19k resnit of e- hosse4»-nanse visitation in Liverpool showed that mne-tantha of tfce jn bahitaotefw-re favourable tnx restriction of the Bomber of poUte-nouses and of the hours ?of sale, and an entire dosinc on Sundays. The matkm of the magistrates is invo...

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