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

STDKET. Amnrete. The O*Camiell procession was over a m3e skm. The proceedings were orderly. The police ware m great force. Crowds of spec tators lined the streets. In the Assembly last night, there was a debate ntnxerenee to the procession, strongly condemning it _ ? . ' _ . Ammst7. -Lne legislative Assemnj has voted an I aanuity cf £230 to Hafldgreaves as a fuj Ihi i j runogndra of his seroocs to the colony hi I rewdfothediscoTeryof gold. I The conference of the two Houses for the! discussion of the Land Bffl amendments has rMnUrfinanamkahJecomproorise. Parliament wBl be prorogued on Wednesday nest. Augusts. . eOOOpereoMattenaadAnibishopTanghan'e oration «a Darnel 0'ComeIL The receiptE on tite ifffflaMaWti amiTuntf^ ib- £600 August 10. Itiaamomed that, a change in the Ageot GeneraWrip of the cdony is pending, also flat Mr. W. R Dauey is going to represent the colony at the l'fca»ii-»pw Ei«tM- Mr. Wisdaai takmg the Attorney-Generafainp. ' It is reported that a member of the Legisla ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOOWOOMBA. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

TO0WO0MBA. AnssstG. The tinnrhbred prae stuUeo Lord of the Hak, has been purchased by Mr. Joshua Peter Beu. for 300 - guineas. Sir. Justice Lmey tail the fanaaafion stone of the Ttoowoomha Grammar ScbeoL

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTENTS—AUGUST 14, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

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Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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PARLIAMENTARY. August 10, 8.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

PABUAHEKTABY. AagMt 10, 810 p.m. lne l^gniabreUonsciltiada snort aiUmg to-day. The Assembly hare declined to accept tfae Oonnca'e Amendment feran gtlamiun of the pre-emptive in the EailwayBia I It is ramoared that the CosncO will insist on the amendment ; if £o, the measure win be lost ' Tfae Ahditor«eneral's and die Gold-fields' Intimates have been pnhiiiwi The item prowding for Che salary of a ' 'vunviuu uu ? cjui ae ?sa^vw ihiiik ninriinnni It k expected Hot the Loan EaQmate will be considered to-night. 10 p.m. ThediacossiunoD the Loan Estimate u pro ceeding. The item of Immigration is meeting with mOd opposition, on account of die salaries of Messrs. Wight and M'Derrtt being provided for by loan. *^ Bbisuxe, AngBst 11, 7-lOpjs. In the Loan Estimate, last night, the item for Immigration was carried. To-day, Mr. Buzacotc carried a motion for working of tfae Government steam-tag Mary, also the cost of repairs to the steamer. In reply to a question by Mr. Bailey, as to whether the C...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARTERS TOWERS. August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

CHABMES TO WEBS. , August 10. The Oddfellows, who muster strong here, hare built a capacVms lialL An inangnraiisn baB came off last night ' Aogastli. At the first day's noes o£ the Towers Jockey dub to-day, the Maiden Plate was arm by Oscar, tfae Miner's Parse by Voxey Wopey, ana the Mfflchester Hate by Corn ats&~ The Hack Baoe fell through. The Fvbucsns- Purse was von by Johnny

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

PATMEST OF UKDEBTAKIXCS. 'UDUGEATIOX ACT OF. ISTi'' rf is hereby notified for the tat ormsfion of peraous interested, tiat all oodertakmgs for the balance of passage money signed by Assisted aad Bfirrittanw Eisu.a|,in aTn.B sot paid within twelve ssoaths fosn thedate of arrival in tie oniony of sach Assisted and Bemittaace Passeaesm, be written off and cancelled in tie boots of (tis office. U is also hereby furlier notified that in the case of uaderUkmgs s«ued in the colony oa ? r-nrrt nfflitiiiiiiiajrrii it Besdttance Isnai aIkmed\iraien±rromeat««tuBderbldnBsby . Koariaotsafier default ia psymrnt hasbeea ?nadelytheKoauneea. ' BOBT.GBAY, Briahsoe, 3Sbs Joe, WR. ?

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Gracemere Pre-emptive Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

- Gracemere Pre-emptive Bill. ScworSBD is an abBtrait, of the debate which took place in tie Legislative Assembly on the 29tii Til*™'ij on the second reading of ihis Mr. Buzacotti, in moving the second reading of this bul said he had not taken charge of it ?without Erring the matter much connHcratinB, and ''fc^g fall enquiries on the subject. It would be remembered thai more than twelve months ago he presented a petition bom selectors and others near Gracemere, in the neignboariioodof Eocfchamptao, in favour of this bill, and on inquiry he found tint this had been, prepared without any jnflnpnre being brought to bear upon those signing it by Jbsiis. Archer and Co_ and that it expressed (he true feeling and desire of the petitioners. The more he had Inquired into the matter the more fully bad he become satisfied that the -firm were asking for no more than they were fairly and reaEomUyentitted to recerre. They had been the earliest settlers in tile district, baring gone there, be thou...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

'-J. H. W.' writes ns an follows-.— 'On ? recentvJHttotheQueeuslanaMBMum.lwM. tiie piifuriiiuate sofierera by the wa^hijc of tfic - Gotheabaig were made a ehow for ifce pablic A museum, Sir, bsappaeedtobeuiinAlitat)oa~ for tiie fnrdie»iice ojr art and «a«nce, and not for tiie gratification of m depraved cmiocity. Oofamon considetatioa for the feeHnge of tie idsaves oftiiose dnwned in the Gotimfim^g would suggest that these poor fragments of mortality -eheold &O longer be exiubttod ia.«. glass case, to be stared at by gaping sight seers.' We agree entirely with oar corres pondent's observations about these aad mementos of the Gothenburg disaster. To all' persons of feeling. Hob exhibition of Haow remnants of poor humanity must .be most ce might be said to have a valne, but xn a, public - museum their display is a gross violation of good taste. — Comrur, Joly 29. The resignation and recoustrnctian of tie - New Zealand Ministry is announced as follows in tiie Sew Zealand TtsKt:...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Annual Cost of Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

The Annual Cost of- Public Schools. A eetukn presented to Pirfiaraent by tf« Board of Edutation shows that ont of the total amount of £94,600 voted for the year 1875-6, it is intended to spend $53,937 Ss. 84. in teachers' salaries. The details of each school are given, and we extract the following as of local interest : — BananaSchool— Principal teacher, £167 Ms. Bowen.— Boys' principal teacher, £221; assistant, £110. Oirls' principal teacher, £132 6s. : two pupil teachers, £32. Calliope-Principal teacher, £182. Ditto, rvTTim* Riva- — Princiiial teacher. 1^08 6a. CsidweU— Principal teacher, £31 4b. CowairaL— Principal teacher, £133 6s. Oermont.— Principal teacher, £190 16a. Copuerfidd School— Principal teacher, £SM 16s.; assistants, £200, £75; pupil tea-tar, £16. Cooktown— Principal teacher, £288 16s.;. assistants, £150, £55. Georgetown.— Principal teacher, £900 6s. Gladstone.- -Principal teacher. £168 ; assis tant, £100 ; pupa teacher, 130. Gogujo.— Teacher, £60 6s. Gracemere Schoo...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Lawrence. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

St* Lawrence. fFEOM A COEBESPOSDEST.] The weutber has been fine for the past month -altboagh very lowering at times), conse anentiv much improvement has taken place in our roads, and we l*y «?»«?« |ieonle of our little' town, who «i»»*'» tite cyclone had been nnAfr a clond, areavwineoodepiritB. Foraometzme the carriers, upon whom our township depends {or its rapport, eonM not travel, hat their energy and pluck 'enabled them at an early period after the fioooe to plough their way through again, and the residents o£ dermont, CoppenSeU, and the neighbourhood should give this route and the carriers travelling on it credit for having at least kept up a partial supply of stores, and pre vented tiioEe towns from runsin£ short of late necessaries of life; to the degree experienced at Springsure, Tamho, and other places. There is abundance of uploading here for CSermont and country beyond extending to Bowen Downs, with the opportunity of obtaining return loading in &e shape of copper...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

TOWNSVTLML I Oar TownsviDe exchanges are to the 31st i ultimo : — The C. JZ. Erpror, speaking of the Xaval Brigade, since wrecked, says:— This vessel, rfter a relactant stay of many weeks, has at last succeeded in effecting a clearance from the port. The cause of detention was the continued jnsatiordinataon. of the crew and wholesale desertions. During her stay the proceedings of the Police Court have been enlivened by frequent passages at arms between the captain and his men. Achacge sf wilful breach of doty, brought by one of the crew against GayUin Merrflees, broke down ; while counter charges of desertion, Imobedience, and mutinous conduct and language against the crew have kept the h?'^' of the Police M*gigfrate unusnally fall, sod have resulted in the incarceration of six of the recalcitrants, and the disappearance of nine more of the crew. After many abortive attempts, a ciew was at last, got aboard, and the anchor was weighed on Thursday morn ing. The immediate destination o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern News. THE CLONCURRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

Northern News. \ THE CLONCUBBY. The following letter has been submitted to us fSonken AdcocateJ by a, gentleman resident here, aad received a few daya race from a friend of his at the Cloncmry, and its truth fulness (knowing the writer personally) we can j folly vouch for. As m™ na«e been moving i lately in that direction, tiie perusal of the letter may act as a salutary check upon 1 'rushing' to tie doacan-y. Our Warden also received, an official tel^gruii from Sir. Alfred Henry, the Warden at the doncon-y, mnch to the same effect as the letter, and which, t&roogh the courtesy of Mr. IHcken, we are enabled to publish below. Oar friend's **tm raspranignl: sayS: — ** Quucurry t 9th June. ' **Dear L ? d, — xon wished me to write and let yon know what this place is like. I have been here now since the 14th May, and have had every opportunity of looking round the different camps. There are about fifteen Hn tHj tm^rp jr claims, but out of them there ate about six registered, whic...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

?facts/, j [TBOV OCE on COKEESPOKDEKT-] Cbxs&ing lias now fairly *^wnm*ni*-A Fully ; half the buHs is tie district hare started ! work, and the others are making ready to j begin in a few days. The results bitberto ; have not been very satisfactory. The density ' of the juice is in some instances very low, and in no case is it above eight degrees Beaume. Should the weather keep fine and dry, the cane win, however, improve rapidly, and tie crop may turn oat a very fair one, after alL The loss from rust will not be very great — probably not more than tea per cent on an average through the district, and as prices I will probably rule much higher than they did last year, the deficiency will not be so greatly Celt. Last year the Hackay district produced I 5500 tons of sugar. There will be no very J large increase on' that amount this season, partly owing to the effect of the rast is the cane, and also because there have been no new mQIserecteddiiring the past rear. ThepUnters : h...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

(KnoattaeCburaar.) * grDMi, Awesst L The -Ber. JaroeB FOlars, B.JL, Mmster cf -nvr* 'rutaHtun -vt*'-p-*tij ^att-4&eet,scB0HipumBXTaial by two boys, went fishing at tfae Son-rfc Head vestenisv* ma ?nhnonusttiT sot win itsntt 0 tsader. cWtatbeGsp. The bays nilsiii 1 safety to tbe top of the dn% but Mr. HHars, in the act of stepping from the tap «f the ladder, fell, and a portion of theiroekteeakiog, he was precipitatBd to tfae bottran, aad thence into the water. The pahee have been asace eeanhing fur bis body, but, un to tins esenaag. without ssccess. Siuonai, AngastS. OTerraO has received as «idiQooa4BenSence --f three years. Heamsate alsii^ aurlmaft ia aitigatiim of Ins svatsnoe, and *a»aet tie sufferings he went Anugh when erafimj arrest. On one occasion when ligHtfngaEre onanisUnslon which he was -esssaahsMhe whote iaomi -caught nra, and he fauna tamsetf intne-oflemssaof either g-mgsumself -mto death ou land «r drifting -swt to aev He ac ceptedifae latter aHeraaSre, Jaddri...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

THE OfffiFEK isTft'R^I'^' Ixtsdo-s, Angnata. Copper has inrpnwed in valne, and auota tioi-sno»-standatfrom«86to-C90pertoai.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Later Telegrams. CHARTERS TOWERS. August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

Later Telegrams. CBABXEBS TOWEBS: At tin second day*. Bans of the Tbmi JocfayOnlv the fitarifc Sue waa won by Baron, tie Chinaman1, lltK by Wandap, Stake, by Orphan, and tbe Comrfatkm Stakes byBoffiv«. The Kjoa btnpe are playing in the Oddfd Icmm HaO, under an engagement for two

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

.^ SATUBDAT, AUGUST 14, 1873. The establishment of the sngar industry has been attended with marlrcH success. Hme years ago no sugar was mannfe*-. tmed ia die colony. Daring 1867 the ? total quantity produced was only 169 tons. In 1868 the yield nearly quad . rapted. the quantity manufecnired being ?619. tons ; in 1869 it had reached 1490 tons. After this date the season's crush is given in the official rrtmn for which purpose the years end on 31st March, instead of in December, as before. The production thenceforward continued to increase rapidlyja&s under : — 1871 (year raffing March) 2S5i tons 187* -, 3762 „ IS73 „ 32GC 12* » M87 „ 1875 „ 12108 „ lne export 01 sugar for marketable purposes began in 1871, and up to 31st March, 1872, the export of the twelve months was 392 tons. For the year ending March last the export reached 5665 tons. The mm distilled daring the year was zr7,7oi gallons. Of this quantity nearly one-half was produced at Maryborough; about one-sixth at Br...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

      BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     DEATH. M'LEOD.--On the 9th august, at Clermont, Angus M'Leod, native of Sutherlandshire, Scotland. Aged 37 years.

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TURKEY. LONDON, August [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

TtJBKET. . ioxiw*-, Aoj?ust*. Kiiadi at He at iWua Aastoa, Oer -nany, and Bmaw maintain a pauive attitnde, aad enjoin Servia to rpntiip arotoj.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VOTE FOR EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 14 August 1875

THE VOTE FOR EDUCAST&N. Tag Assetnblf on the 28th ultimo, appeals 10 have devoted the greater portion of the sitting to another discus skm on the Education question. The debate arose on the Treasurer's motion f .a rote of .£94,500, under the head 'Education.' The appropriation for rhe,shc months ending 30th June last was onto at the rate of .£'82,000 per annum, while die appropriation for last year was little over j£6o,ooo. ' The year pre ceding it was only ^42,000. So that our educational expenditure is augmenting with rapid strides. At first sight our impression was that a large proportion of the. vote was to be spent in buildings; bat an reference to the Estimate we find that of the .£9*500 voted for the cur rent financial year, only ,£10,000 is to be applied to buildings and furniture. The Board asked an additional ,£20,000 for this purpose, but the Government did not fed justified in asking Parliament for so large a sum. Possibly the best plan Would be, at least in the ...

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