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THE POISON PLANT AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAPRICORINIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

THE POISOK PLANT AOADf. TO t-ng ED1T0B OF T^E CAEBICOfen^K. -Sin,— ^ Tbe public are already *w»ap.« tiie poisoning of Air. Davis' horses, in a wSdock of MiTSites- near Alligator Creefc. aJui, I believe, tie general opinion, is that tier have : died from the effects of poisonous juante. Ten valuable draft Jioracs have died,^ad file efcvenlh is probably not aUVe by Ommq. Attiiereooest of Mr. Davis I west; wifix trim to' the paddock to «eif-I corild ffinoover any plants which were gcnecaDy**lie»Bd to be nouonona, bnt, from themture oftijetiante which Itave found, I betters a eaurtjonj must lie looked for otherwise. Some. ;people have tiie oust ridiculous notions' abont poison plaots ; oae gentaeman would ttave jmroelieve that these horses were pononnd by d»s laler iilies which grow in die lagooo near 'ian? ttey are lying dead, whDe anotber^aays timpoison plant has no root, that it is only dnfifli ihe oighr, it is dangaoas, as &a first peap^El 6ol ^ete at it in tbe morning- -ren...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Notes from Blackall. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

Notes from Blackall. (CBOS A TORE^roKDENT.l S-yrarrnsiiiT-ni-; the impending famine, in consequence of tiie impassable state of the roads ; aad the attendant drawbacks caused by heavy falls of rain at a time of the year when it is quite unloosed for; die annoal Bareoo Carnival at KackaU has mssed off with a greater amount of success than could have been anticipated. There was a very fair gathering of people from tiie surrounding district, and each one pr'*^ tz- vie witji Jus neighbour to ''l-o tiie meeting ableasantone, in spite of untoward circumstances. The weather, fortunately, was fair, a&d ^frjirtir^ rain seemed threatening it held ofi. The show, so far as sheep was eancerned. was very escceesfai, and the judges' report speaks in flattering terms of .the exhibits. There was also a good show of horses, more especially in draught mares. The fat stock shown, also goes to prove that the fattening capability of the western constry ie not to be despised, ',-?'''* as three of ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

THE SHOW. We have been coorteouily famished wiiia copy of the Judges' Jieport to the Exhibitoia reid a.1 tiie late meeting at Blackall of the Gnsat Western Downs Pastoral Association. JUDGES* SKTOBT. This being the third annual meeting of tile Great Western Downs Fastoral Association, tin Judges have great pleasure in congnttt lating the echibitara and the Society in seaeral Bpon tiat awry creditable buow cf stock (sheep m particular) which were exhibited. Incon tKpetm at Hie extremely nnfavamsUe state of the country through excessire tain, creating a diffiaaSty in moving stock about, and which has readensa the raads so inxpassaUe that ratious an Beady exhausted on every station throughout, the Judges opected to End very few entries in any da« of stock. Butwiii regard to tiie sheep they were agreeably snr prisal, bothin ihejmmWof pensaodin tine oiulity of the exhibits ; which, in the opinion of two of your Judges, who were among the first setaetE of this district, and who knew to li...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOSS OF THE ISABELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

IjOSS OF THE ISABELLA. Bapectingthe wreck of the Isabella, the i captun *J^i^*M^» tiie fouowmg report to the \ fart Dc&mTme* of the 24th ultimo:—. , 'The ImVipWa, smp, 730 tons, of Plymouth, left Xewcastie for Hongkong, laden worn , coals, on June 26, at 1 a.m. Experienced strong windsand very heavy -cross seas sinil ' July 3, when fine weather and moderate] breezes set in. At noon on Jury 3, in latitude ' bv observation 21 des. S.. loonitndebv ehroao metcrll»odee.31inin. E-, ship steering JT-, wind H*. liy J». At 8 p.m. fine and deurovar- ] head, witli a dense haze hanging over Ok \ horizon. Weather remained the same until . 2a-ia.OT.Iolv 4, when Henry Smith, being. on the look oat, reported breakers right ahead, i distant about 100 yards. He received no reply from the second mate, and again reported breakers, irheutzie ship struck. AH hands immediately rushed on deck, threw all : saO back an.l let go flie anchor, the ship ] during the time rtnkias very heavily. The carpent...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

Official Notifications. The following notifications appear in tbe QozeUt of Saturday week :— AFFOrcrHENTS. — Qiarles Alexander John Woodcock, to act as &is Sxceuency tbe Go vernor's private secretary. ResEEVES.— A number of blocks along tbe Northern Railway line pro proclaimed as tem porarily leserved for railway purposes ; two Uocts tsCStacves and 234 acres respectively are proclaimed as having been temporarily raened for camping and water. Soever of Ens. —.Amended descriptions ace jmblishsd of the boundaries of aimmber of runs recently surveyed in tbe Dnsectaed dis ttct.otMitcbeH-SortbSnmaiy, Maranoa, and Warrego. TEtSDEBS.— Tenders are invited for the erection of telegraph lines from CoarlevBteto CannamnUa, and from, the latfftfaBittaalB New -Sontk Wifles '^me^rtmt KftaMg*. fiiver. ? ? - - ?-! » U% ' Sosnsis JUa-XBEs. — During lite.nanth, _ tended Jnne 3D Tour basmeae Ki i nwajpwa «? issnea at Coottown. PnrinyfeFsli'ialanbj. T eaaei June 30 ttere were «*^-«aner Hfc ticenB...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A GOAK" BY ARITEMUS WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

A *GO*X* BT UXEHTJB WASD. If the spring of 1859 I accepted a proffered editorial position on the Olax hmi.SiOmi Democrat, and renewed my acquaintance with ** Artemns.** On the first evening of my arrival he volunteered to show me around — & very desirable achievement; as I was to fill the position of city editor. Ixe u showed me around ' so success fully that about two o'clock in the morning I began to feel almost as much at home in Cleveland as though I bad Hred there all my days, to say nothing of my nights. 'Artemus' inrited me to share his bed with bim for the remainder of the night, anil accepted. Adjoining Ins room lodged » young professor of elocution, who was endeavour ing to establish a school in Cleveland. Be was just starting oat in business and was naturally anxious to propitiate the press. ' Let's get flie professor op,' said Artemns, * and have him recite for us.' I remonstrated with him, reminded him of the lateness of the hoar, that I wasn't mixprnmtid with t...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR.PERKINS AT THE DENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

MB. PEBVKIS8 AI THE DKSJSSVS. I tiiine; I must have caught cold by in judiciously sleeping on the floor tUaribs the period tbe houm was being rinsed out I bad so much room thai I moat have become careless in the night, Boil got to trifling with tie draftfromadoor. As I am a little bald the effect was disastrous. Through the day I felt a little stiff about the shoulders, witii a sensation between the eyes aB if I had been trying to inhale come putty. I I observed to Maria (Mrs. PerkinsV name is Maria), that I hud caught a but cold, and would probably regret bin I time. But sbe (nested the matter lightly by remargin; tbs.t I had 'caught my granny.' As that estimable lady has been dead thirteen years, the reference ? tomy catching her, with each a atart in her iaroar, wag of course a joke. Not» joke to be laughed at, I don't mean, bat once in a while to blow on — a sort of ir— .tellectual handkerchief. | . Wheo I went to bed that night, I an-. I prehended troubie. Along one jaw, tie le...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POETRY AND TRIFLES. KITTY, DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND. A [?] OF THE LAST CESTURY AS DEPICTED BY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

I POETRY AND TRIFLES. | jam, duchess of sdtheelaj-». A. VVX ATf 'XQCEKTBSCXTT OP THE LASX CE2'TUH V *S PBHCXED BF FSIOE. $T Stile BwPaVAflMtt: . 'wBSS'SSSrSgj-W' Sail tliaaAtotr'Ma.coeaaea 'cSSiwsHi?*1 rn ma* wju, temrt ratt -m ?axe, nqinkHlnHIMlMB; lk,lwmi-a A our it w*wmW&a bj dl who faave tried it to be fender tDCxp dm m- uWk it Amman -ho fan Beaa% *mt*i Itilv wiawr-VCTMfcawrFasff.MtjIroteay don JmSot an arata!, far «t |mrat we em only «rt tbout tke ebceto in taaeb.* Cues 6hoot«».— A r—i scrmer par- ' timtAm rrrotnr far Urn mtc, mm* ianMed an tcqjet endaee, mo that -he inieU ?- mUk to eV find the bcnemUiabBonc. After a. Kfflet m A« '«* rfto leg, -* «? «- bodod^h. Son men «rebornt» ??nTnleni At«4ta of JbIj pipde ? Oiviecaa -dap- cot fa. eje {ROEbed tx «pt«i% ts mother «3m*» tjA. vA ?bes he teu&Bj xosiainea Hat he'd '?kDOwMber for tine 3S ye*n~ btgol ill fab hair pnilri oat.— America Btftr. C«m.-A jnoas hdv Iwnaij cntend O^fiM-oSm tbe otter uw udbratb lodT uted for ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ON PERAMBULATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

OS FEKAKBTJiAIcns. PEBAXBITLaxOas are small boxes on wheeb. Some of them have roofs like carnages. They are made of patent leather, iron, and velvet. Tie patent leather is outside, the velvet is inside, sad the iron is stock into dost parts of (hem. Sometimes the iron is stock into tie skins of elderly men. This makes tbe elderly men use coarse language, and drive walking sticks into P«ras-- babtora, nntfl the sticks come oat at tbe bottoms F*3(isUinHiutcws m tn&d for ? variety ofpurposes! Blacking brushes, aod old corkscrews, and beads of whisks, and odd skates, are generally kept in them in «he ont -house or scullery. Children employ them in gardens for bringing day and snails, and bulbs, sad eanten tools from one pbee to another, They are, however, chiefly used for the moving about of babies BaUes, like tadpoles, are all head and no lefn. It is a mistake to suppose t&al all babies are bom ro Perambulators. Those of poor people are not. A man once told me dot babie...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Harder of the Telegraph Stationmaster at Daily Waters. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

Harder of the Telegraph Stationmaster at Dal/ Waters. THE fmtk Axttrdioe BtytMter, 14th July, gives the following account of the above:— About three weeks ajnUr.CC Johnston, thestxtionmaster at Inly Waters, telegraphed for pennissioo to proceed to the Boper Civer, in order to look after some Government horses and cattle. Be started in compaay with Messrs. Daer and Bicfcards, and one or two blacks. Nothing more was heard of the party unta Tuesday. I3Ui July, when Messrs. Daer and Riekards returned to Daly Waters with the report that they had been attacked by the natives, and that Mr. John ston had been murdered. Mr. Johnston entered the telegraph service in September, 1872, Then he was anpaintta SB operator on the overland line. Be was stationed at the Katherine, and in May last was transferred to Daly Waters. ' . The following tplpgranm hare teen re ceived: — Prom Mr. W. BandeO, Actingfltaii™ master. 'Daly Waters, 13th July. -To the Superintendent of Telegraphs.— I am very grieved t...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mew Zealand [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

' New Zealand. From Kew Zealand we have files of paper to the l2Bi Jdy. The IWeirae of the 6th says :— The members of the Vagd Government tendered their resig nations to the Gmcnw on Saturday. His f^oeUsncy havinc accepted of the «'*?'», entrusted to the Hon. Dr. Pollen the task of forfliinffa newGovernment which that renUe man has canstnetal as fallows :— Premier, Hon. D. PoUm; Colonial Secretary, Hon. D. Pollen; Colonial Treasurer, Hon. H. E. Atlpneon ; Minister for Immigration, Hon. H. E. Attinson; Secretary for Crown land;, Hon. H. E. AUdnmoa-, Xative Mmister, Hon. Sir D. M*Lan: Minister for PnbHc Works, Hon. E. Bichardsan; Postmaster General, Hon. Shr JnOns Toeel ; Commissioner of Customs. Hon. vf. H. BeynoUs; Acting Postmaster-General, Hon. W. H. Reynolds ; Minister o£ Justice, HomC. CBawen. The new Minissecs were sworn in to-day. As some doubts were expressed whether or not the Government could meet Parliament, con stitutionally, in the absence of the Premiec, it was consider...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. TORACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

t STATION. GA80EM, & HOD. \ TOBAGOO. tt't Ja»e on former occasions given some jauticalafS with reference to die camvaition of ! tins Javworiie' weed.' In many parfB of the . Australian contuieiit it is bond to pay well, I and manufactories hive been pfrman/ntiy established both in Sydney and Helboome, which have been tonrins ont » very marketable arti-4c for vests oast. It is a nlaut that re quires rich ecfl, careful and dose attention, steady and dean farming and occasional dreasines with manure, forarinewelLgrpwiiUaf TieiBgtircgtMidefddaatam, tinxraptitee the i best of attention and cultivation possible, and I iinleratte(«a»tapt in good heart the best', varietieBwill degenerate. There b n- reason . why it should not be a profitable crop in Cental Queensland, if proper soil were chosen I for it, and the needful precautions .1aken to ) secure a crop and to dry and garnet it when i ready for use. The month of August is the I best for sowing the seed, and among the best v&...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Later Telegrams. COOKRTOWN. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

Later Telegrams. COOETOWX. ($3 Corner to BmiarrHk, Horn a* wire, Awtfi-J Assust* ' Tint Victoria, u, Terns at nine ojdock Muz morning, taking fnmleen titonsxnd (14,000) The escort font the Bsimer arrival Tzster itay, brmgmg bx thousand (6000) ounces. His report*! tint there are twenty thousand tiAttO) onmceor ctOd in private hmd.an the raid to port from tire diggings. 'There is first-rate news fin die reefing district. Sew reefs are opening up every woerii in «ntkiriat»n of iheadreit of crashing mcanny. There are two machines on the md up to 'He news £un the Kormanby diggings is v&j good. Serotal rich reefs hare beat Itanium* nrCooktown is ray brisk. The produce madid: is gutted, and there are two vessels laden with produce on He way from Hobart Town. Tie horse market is looking np. ^3&e wreck, of tb* barque Xaxal Brigade bas been sold by He Beardmore, auctioneer, to Captain Smiti, fbr JElOi A telegraph station will be opened shortly at the Xormanby. The ,8.8. Blackb...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEATH OF ANDREW JOHNSON. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

DEATH OF ANDREW JOHKSOK. Lqshok, Angnst 3. Andrew Johnson, ei-FresHfintof OieTJmtB* States, is dead.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. «S- ^en&g subscribers ale reminded, that mice, and tliat, When XtH warded tor any term less than tmive monttis, ttie cbarge is at tiie nte of six shillings and. sisiience per quarter. Tl/TAIIS i-H TOEEES STRAIT, for tie iU. United ^Thi^*^ flu* Continent of Europe. India, China, etc, win CLOSE at this office on SATCBDAY, 14ft instant, as For Registered Letters at C p.m., and for Money Orders at 4 p.m. For Newspapers and Book Packets at Ordinary Letters, for all places except tbe United Kingdom, at 7p.m. and for the United ^'*C^''* only, at S p.m. DASIEL PETERSON, Postmaster. Post OScb, Sodduonpten, August 6, 187S. ? fTTHE B0CKHAUPTOK BCLLETDf JL published every morning at five o'clock, is the oldest and most widdy-drenlated news . paper in Central and .Northern Queensland. In addition to trastworDhy local news, the readers of the BrLLEXTir are provided witii tiie latest telegraphic and other intefligenccfimnall narta of the world. MJetr -politan and officia...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARTERS TOWERS. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

CBABTEBS T0WEB& Ansnst 6. The General Entrances and acceptances last rigbt, gr» a promise oi three days' good racing next week.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE METAL MARKET. LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

THTT METAL MAEKET. lassos, Js3v3S.' ?Jopper is sUAUy lower in price, and is quoted atTram SEftd ISTper Ian. ~

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HARVEST. LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

THE HAEVEST. Xostjos, Jury 3a. The weather is now eettJed. csusmg the wheat muket to receoe fmtk extresKiatES lately rnSng.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INDECENT ASSAULT. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

DfDECEST ASSACtT. Losms, Anfinst 3. Colonel Valentine Baker has been convicted of indecently Jgaoirthig a young lady in * railway carriage, and has been wntenrri to a year's imprisonment, and atise of £300 with co^fcs of court..

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPAIN. LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

fePAIS. ' IissbbsC laSvSO. The B093I troops have captarredUrrd from rheOarEste.

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