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Selectors' Belief Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

Selectors' Belief Bill. Tax following is a copy of the bill introduced by the Minister for Lands to enable the Governor in Council to issue deeds of grant to certain selectors of land in Agricnltnral fie PrmiMbU. Whereas selectors of land in agricultural reserves under 'The leasing Act of 18oo' were reonired in* law to perform certain con ditwns of cunivationor inmai-vcaent winUn the period of twelve months from the date of selection And whereas dhra of such selec tors were unable to perform the conditions aforesaid within said. period but have never theless proceeded to perform and have pec formed the same, and it is desirable that in such cases the forfeiture which has accrued should be remitted Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Ifajestv by and wiih the advice of the Legislative' Council and Legislative Assembly of Queensland in Farlia ment assembled and by and with the authority of the same as follows— Goeentor i* Council fflojr remit forfeiture for mom-performance of c...

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

The Gracemere Ftir. The first Fair under tiie auspice* of tiae ' Central ..Queensland _Graaers' and Fanners' ! Society came off on tie Society's Grounds at J Graeamece on Tuesday. Tbe weafser, altboogh ' tbreatcning foira day or two . previwsly^ was fine and wirm, bat die Aow of catUe was dis apptri'tinrL and tlie jnunber of -visitors fewer tban nngnt case bees expected. The essay to esblblisb a fur is evidently regarded ! dubiously. There was a noticeable absence of ; seMere and their stock, tie tamers oJTWhle ; Honnlain, Sir inehaoce, not having had— we 1 think we may say— a single representative in , attendance. We noticed some fine bolls be ioogwgto tbe Messrs. Archer. Two of them, yoangHe*e&-anB,weresi-l6- tb Mr. Partbon, fofa716 each, and a'liard faand a pur chaser at a smaller figure. Mr. Patrick Ekan brought forward - some eattie for j sale, among tiffin twenty-six steers, of from , one tbtiiree yeacs, which were disposed of] privately to the Messrs. Archer at S3 Ss....

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

Will fa II JUMbI^ I/JSS OP THE KAVAL *E1GABE. Thrmgi the CTatery of Mr. Wyam, chief oScerisCthe Floreace Irriag. we have been {anxuxd-vhhtlic tsBMraagaMrlinllaraofthK ?wreck «f the Naval Brisade -— The Kaval I Brig-A,-waa a baJ^nc of S» tons register, and ' was es.«-a-aVto Jars, tro-D TowauviBe, when lost Bk» sailed from Clevelaud liar on the zSndJafe atfiajn., wUii a light breeK from I ?otrthwari, which ftesfaened during the day. , Ancboroathe same night noderGoold Wand. Weighed on the 25th ; experienced strong ' &E. wiada, with thick weather and rain ; at 7 p.m., Jtrl, Rummorif fFrauklaod) teland bore east— distance 2 maes— «od High Island ' (Frankland) K.W., J W., ship's course at time '' being S-li.W. AH hands were called to ' shorten, san and bring ship to anchor. The , weather had deared only for a few ssisutes — I just sufficient to enable bearing to be taken ; but immediately after dosed in HikJc -f*^ i gafl having been shortened, and lead kept , going wi#i no standi...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rockhampton Jockey Club Annual Races-1875. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

RoctiwnptDn Jockef Club Annual ? Races— 1875. \ SEOOXD DAT. \Ve mast commence this article by doing the! aawa&r fcxoraifc business to the Stewards] adludiamvai account of - g*™,11'?- i take -re made in oar report of the first day's ! none. In tiie fourth paragraph of tbe article, -poiaisbea last -week, we spoke of tiie , Town Plate as a handicap, and tspesBed enr- j mra ax Wraiider hems more heavily weighted than Kingston. How we overlooked tiie (act ] thai tiie taceiefenwi to was awBghl-tor-age! one we cannot imagine, but that we aid so is | only too tme; we therefore take the first op- 1 pMtnnityoE rectifying the error, and apolo- , S&m; to tbe officials «£ the Club for the : remarks made derogatory toiie ability of As handicappers, # . ; The weatheron Friday was beautifully tine; and echilmtmg; tbe arhpnrinfp on the: course was about equal to tint m tie (irst day ; and everything passed off successfully: ! ItisamattertorcoPgntniirinntiuLttheeajoy- 1 rant of tbe me...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAP[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

Correspondence, ? ,rm r~- ? ;??! Hilt ID TBE EDUJOE (d THE r.trWtWWWjff Sir,-^t observe by jwor issue-, of jawa£a»i ultimo Oat the Taroom and Bananjt'taaibv reacnedtown a day iits, coS* rS^etonaon; as stated by maihntu being rams aat* bad rruuls between Baanna aalDee Airedit«trt Kow, as it baopenod that X was dafly engaged mustering tattle on -Jhia ran. since tfie uli to SCaoItimo, and camping omVJ^t -T that time, in company with Me. 8MB; of lloura, and Me -3ies&ey from Odlmvgal, X am able to give a positive denial to -v^tat titt- mailmao Bays.- And 1 assert, ,and.«asIZeaov amtt^dicfiiM, Got there was no rain or bad mads at tiie time stated by bim. However, this is only another instanseof thBecaddaloas manner in which postal aRaogemeaj^ ass ' As yon would have got your Snfpqsationr tihrongti ofincials l-elongiug to tbe ^OBtl *4unce, yon are at liberty to snake any nse'wnWB yon choose. . , ?: ?-' -.tu Yours, .ait, -,j« JL..&WHPB. Ttanwm^ ^ndAngnst, 1875^ -r \A -'

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

I local & eaimtyHEWs. \ The Bice Ban toot place mt the School of Arts on Mondarevenmg, and passed off very successfully. The attendance was fair, and dancing ms kept op with spirit mH an early hour next morning. Cm* Ah Y«ek. ot BoddBOTPton, tia*mg as Sins, Teen, and Co, hss been «£™d-ieJ insolvent on his own pebbon. The Brat inei^ of creditors m fee estate was brad for Angnst 11, OS usual statement of liabilities. At,- to be (Bed by the Mtk.— Carter. Tin: entrances for the Peat Downs Eases hare been declared, and it nay interest our snortim; readers fe- learn tiiat Kingston, the Bockhunphn crack, is top weight bat one for Hie principal race— Sic Peak Downs Handicap —being ordained to carry 9 et 3 lbs., Dartde havmsa pound more. Nearly aU the horses are local, and therefore Kingston may be ex pected to win laurels {or Bockhampbm. The racehorse Kingston left town last Wednesday, in charge of George lane, for Peak Downs, ta'foUu his engagements at the forth coming races. It is ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Crown Lands All[?] Act." NEW CLAUSES TO BY PROPOSED IN COMMITTEE. BY MR. [?] Previsions subs[?] for 51st and 57th [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

'Crown laud* AUenatfoti Ma.' BBtH* -XaO5ES TO BE rfiOTOGSX* XX OOBOBTTSX bk ate. iotas. Trmuuiu triut&M for 51** e*d SM «fiw of 31 nc Wo. 26 ' Tin: Grown lands Alienation Act of 1866' . shall hereafter be read and awatroed as X tiie following proviatane were substitBtsd and the same are hereby substituted tor tins fifty-6ret and 6fty-»«ra±Ji section. o£ lie Baid Act that is to say— Govenor ia'tame lettte. 'Wheat any 1am* selected as aforeaail ^ stall bare been surveyed and tiie applaatioa . ' shall have been approred by the Minister for 4 I-nd- the Governor shall issue to the selector sleax of such laud subject to the conditions and rm-riEbas hereinafter contained— ' Cots of (eoac to ie it» yean. '-L) The term rf erery aucb lease shaU be jfor ten years computed trom the first day o£ Jaamryorfirstdayof July neatest fe- the date of the application i» select JBeaf. '(2.) The annual rent leaervedimder every such lease shall be as foOon for every cere or fraction of oa acre compr...

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

Tawbc. ? frEoiont owir cokeesfojidest.] TaJOW is hungry : it cannot break &e 'staff of life ;' our daily bread is sot forthcoming, I nor are our floor-laden teams. Bice we have not^ nritii-*r tea nor tobacco, and so lite 'cap I that cheers but not inebriates ' we £now no more and our Dines are Ixtecallv nor. ont. Teams witii dour have been nearly six monthB ! en nmU to Tambo. Bat now the roads are, drying fast, and we may expect to receive eor KBpptips m about a -moniai. £IS has been j offered for a bag of flour, and that price refused. The stations round are just as badly - off for rations, which must tains before ' shearin*T operations can be commenced. ? i Oar primary school4uKae- and teachers' j rrwdwiCf have been completed long since, bat from some cause, known onb/ to &£ School Committee, there is no sign of a teacher^ I advent. Tambo is generally to the fere m the - wilaiaa&MB of May locu BD^ituvsjsuent o** dttnl1/ ; bat w the achievement «( lie object...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

i si.. , : ~m OsE of tfae nMtnotoworHiy egnsBB of Uie IweekisUKbMdtaefcrttenratiim-rf-Aip- TT ^lo^ofiom^a^dirertfrooiti-ior-ignnt i UendLto tbewtarf «t B«*Si«aj*-»- . Tkm ' wj- Seae by tt. I*4r »ou^s ?? &*«*-- spectators attracted to the eeeeebytbe tar oTsunsfiDm toe deck of the barqsetnai 4b» tmeaneenteredthe long men of_H«e«jiBr naunenemgat Crocodile CneV «4i teW famdabreatof 1*6 lUHway Wb«t,W%« she now Be. mooned, disenmrginr *» ci^D. ,! Tbs inmugrante. «» «6e exoentioD «*. «%nt ' or nine, are bum, wb»5-«nba*a ?**»? town. Tbenmrd; tns gone on sstsnctannr at tke DnpU ^dmt&g die wet j but ««me «B : cuUy is wmrebended in findbJKreaCy —&*S- ment foT&e nmsSnoer ot Oie bbb, ?*?&- cordin* to report no riuH-«nl »J**f2« wanted iortbe«aw«j'citeDsDu. flftmk i emUnalion, and prohaWy on furaierintonna Sobe^trecavA it wfllbe fomd titajt«te men seeknuE employment mrc ««t soitsHe lor ttewwtoffsrmT Thk Gncemere Fabi being tbe first eatker-^ ingot the kind i...

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THE SUEZ MAILS. LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

THE SUEZ HAHS. Losdos, Aogasta The P. and O. Company's wa-amBbrp Golconda, with the Engfash aBsfls of July 9, sailed from GaUe tor Australia on Sxtuxdsv. A KOiD aartr is at work about tvenxv miles past EnsOy. on the Broadsonad nad, snabng good progress in Jogging and repairs where needed? This is bang done not a whit to soon, as some of the creeks .are in » dreadful state at the croeasng. to.the danger of even horaenaas bzvelling alom; the road. , In some places the road is ternMy cut up, and alftongh dryinf ap fast, ofEers iameotimenta to drays traveUiag that wffl take anae time to remove. AvEsraevereshoekof an sjrtbooakewas fettatBoDAalaatllrKajn-.ttelejrtphtime) the weather at die time bang lusiirribly fine and '?^—1 the diredJoB being tram aesth to north. Some Eenttanen stancmsg on the verandah of the Bank of New Son* Wales felt the boards nnder them shake, at the same time a. noise Hfce tfee nil *t ttmader a heard. The doors of the Past Office shook as though a gale «f wiad fad...

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The [?] SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

SATCBDAY, A0GU5T 7, 1K5. A batch of official correspondence be tween His Excellency the Governor and IDs Honor the Chief Justice of Nor Soasb Wales, in reference to the release of Gardfner before the expira tion of his sentence, bas appeared in the S.M. Senld. .The action taken by Sir Hekcdus Robiksok in that «^«e was raghiy anpopnlar at the time, and is so stin, and it wonld seem that Sir James Martd.- is not so iaraboye public opirjion astosaenti^peona; jfhecm help it, a snspicioii 1z- espst in tile joribuc «'«w^ that the release Su ouestzon vasgcantEd of this kind, we presume, he-has so (ar CuiguUen the d^nttj^ vfa&di belongs to his ofiBce as to rush into print and vith indecent baste, oblivions of all propriety, to charge his Exceliencv with a breach of faith towards himself. His letter is rude and insulting in tone, and his Exceixexcv has felt called upon in self defence to publish die official correspondence, together with his own version from memory of the 'conversati...

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ME. PLIMSOLL APOLOGISES. LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

ME. FIHISOLL APOLOGISES: . laOXSOK. Jolr 30. la ihe Hooee of Commons fa--a»y, Mr. . PI hm mill apdoEiaed for t£e nae tsf wiHtmilif* martj^y Ungnagein itftmvf to Ihe ceiaefc of idie GoweiuiuentHi wiibJinMiiag AaM«^ -*hantfl Sbippiiis PHI ; ?nutf^ivt^il^'Y l&faf mPT***m- d Ttft*. aOisnoi recKiBH&iiiiis Vtv. {tsnsall

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 7 August 1875

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTH. HORTON.— On the 3rd August, at her residence, Kent- street, the wife or Mr. Edward Horton, of a son. DEATH. KEWLEY.-On the 22nd July, at Blackall, through burns     sustained by fire, Agnes Emily Mona, the beloved daughter of William and Elizabeth Kewley. Aged three years and ten months. (Liverpool papers please copy.)

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THE O'CONNELL CELEBRATH[?] LONDON, August [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

THE O-OOKKQX CEtEBBATSOHE. LoB^^AinntS. The banoset in Adebraaun -rt '*e Cen tenary of OtimneTl at Dublin twiiiinsQ ' sbnmdy, in lansoquuuuc of uiborbaneeB^ ttelemcTObatonsin England and tBcsOsBa, and a not IilIiiiii Orangemen and Bam BnlcrB at Glasgow.

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THE O'CONNELL CENTENARY. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

THE O-O0SSBLL -KSTES&&Y-- bDssas. AncnsttL The O-Gonnen eetemonieB have eommenesA atDublie. Several iareraBamaps jaoTDltaa- «w-rf.n. «5»-»,m Jfcynfj n» p im nL. -:

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BANQUEST AT THE GUILDHALL. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

BAKQDET AT THE GCILDHA1X.:; AueuBtCj . The Lord Mayor's Bsnqoet took ^usee to-day. ...?.---„ us »fc» ?»- m. - _ ? e^ ,|1 -sawsassmsa. MT, UBaClT Wai ncSBSS* SoM IB WOS 4C8KOe of his speech auM he fe* assored afaat fhe -,^,-m_ ,£ peace m «he contawaat^f Cnnme wodM lie hetimj; bat to eecwre this end tte foreign poUcy would have to be con ducted with pndenee. On behalf «f his Government he fa% -opresaed the necess&y of ^onselidaJiBE «he Cohxnal posBessioBs, and assiomatiag *Vrr interests and ajmuslhiea sritfa -tfaasstaf the mother country*.

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UNSEAWORTHY VESSELS BILL. LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

trSTSEAWOBTHT VBSSEI* BHX.— Losbok, AscnatC'' In tfae Commons, the PrMeaworthyTesseaj Bfll has paased the third reading. ...

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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

?WELUSGTOK. NEW ZEALASD. Vi% KnKir A»uMM.lli The Budget shows a Aftt of £17,«HWt. -ttan amaalistcrest jtorgeaifepf lESIMwtll. The revenue u esUmaled to exceed thetx penaiture for thebonmn; year by flWjswaf^ Vu STmrar ' Assisat H. Advices fion'WeuinEton state Oiarist tae Assembly an organised 'ttpposnAm, kdbrfiir George Grey, censored the Mamuiaef Shr manl^foral^lnmseKwaithcMnwate^ Sir 'George Grey was called to order fey-Oie The Priacess Theatre and other Mbowsb have been destroypaby fire at lhmedin. 7 r

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HOBART TOWN. August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

' HOBABTTOTrS. -Ja-*7. The want of confidence motion has been

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MELBOURNE. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

MrXBQraXE. AnsustC '. At the OConneU banquet, last night, in this ciU, S00 persons woe present. The Boo. JohaO^ShanaaSEvmade a long oration. ? The Bishop of Ballarat has arrived. . ] The Honorable — Macpfaeraon, whilst; ?»iF»,ij»i^_ vas thiown from his horsr, ! 1— ''''g concussion of the brain and ahnken } Tib. Anew Ministry has been fanned— Pre- mier sad Tnasnrer, Mr. Berry; Minister of Musas, Major Smith ; Customs, Mr. Lalor ; i Lands, Mr. Longroore : Works, Mr. Wood'. ! Bepresentative of theGoverament in die Legk-J b&e-}aanca.theBoB.— WSVoo. Portuliw | of Attorney-General aad Edaeatioa tmauatted. ' August?. ' Mr. Thompson, Bank accountant, has been I thrown from his horse and kuled. 1 The calling of tieSt Osyth, ateamship at - tins port, oasts her owners £500 extra for in- ', Mr. Parkin**., of Geehmg, has committed : suicide. ? five shocks of earthquake were felt here on j Thnmtay. Angost& The time for receiving entries for the Ex- : hflafem has Aged. There are ni...

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