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On Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

On Honey. Mojtet is the arcolatiag medium. It is romid, and very pleaaant to look at ; it is also very pleasant to poeaoB. It sbioQB so btiriii-lT in tiio flsmniat it ofleD dazzles the eyes. It is made of a gnat mrietj of dungs, each as gold, corrup tion, saver, lies, copper, light weights, bum, and political perfidy. Wiaterer Honey is made of, its qualities are altrays the same, and, like certain loafer n»«fa3m«_ it retains these qualities in all In different countries Money k known mider dinerent Tjamee: in Chinatiiey aH it 'tin;' in Egypt, 'rhino;' in Mongolia, 'giz;' in Anatria,' twine;' in America, 'Hm almighty dollar ;' and in v^gle'^, u Hha snblime.*' A man once told me that if yon call a rasa by any other name it wonld smell just as Bwset. No matter what name yon give to Money, it rounds joat as sweet in we wawtcoat pookst. Oot of every three hundred people and one in tie vorld, two hundred and ninety-nine are engaged in the endea vour to make Honey. The three hun dredth is ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE "CAPRICORNIAN." COUNTRY—JANUARY 23, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

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Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

GENERAL SUMMARY. London, November a& In reference to the prospectus of the Anstza lian Direct Steam Navi^tion Company, Mr. Edmund Thompson has puhuabed a letter condemning the '*Ii«*jw as tauaciauBas regards time and profit ; be also pronounces the St Osyth ana Whampoa as -jangeroasly nnder rigged Cor an Australian voyage. Same of these rf»«»— ~ ?-» are denied, and a long correspon dence bis ensued. Tj»nh»mit Davraon has been instructed by the Admiralty to survey the Fiji Islands. stantial rf»t~n»»* tint after rescuing Boger Tichbome from a boat drifting in the Pacific they were landed on Sydney Island, where be miT.J him jtglrfwm days tin he died, and then buried him; before death Tichbame wrote a statement with tiie blood of a bird, which is nov faded. The British Causal at Honolulu is investigating the afiair. The P. and O. Company have given notice of the removal of their mail station from Southampton to London at tiie dose of 1874. A denotation of Manchester cotton manu...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

MELBOURNE. January 16. There bave been extensive robberies of gold from the Sovereign Mini at BaBarat. January 18. At the Open House on Saturday evening; Blondin was presented by Mr. Lysterwitiia diamond ring. January 19. Mr. Grant, Police Magistrate at BaUazat, has accepted tie Chief Justiceship at Fiji. 1 January 90. To prevent stealing flowers in the public gmt^naJ |mfr ? ??»* ?» have been employed in plain dotbes. Yesterday was tbe wannest day on record for the past fourteen years. The thermometer in tie sun stood at 146° and in the shade at 105'.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

6YDKEY. January 15. U has been sacertaiaed tbat WebstBr, a defasxtiag clerk in tbe office of the Council of Education, left the colony in the -bm Tweed, {or London. It is probable tbat steps w31 be g—i_j KaW been notified that arfmnshave been -~— —??««» against Hall and Forbes and their sureties, tor breach of tbe Califomian mafl contact. Hymsn, recently a salesman is the employ meut of Messn. Myers and Solomon, nasbeen iMuuutttBd lor trial on the charge of an exten sive robbery of fancy goods, the property of Ike firm. y ipi-il— aod Cumuaiiy, wine and spfait —'1'-^. have suspended payment. Seir liabilities are £40,000, of winch JE3S.O00 is to Kcmd crpnitofB. January 16. The Mercantae Bank has dedaied a dividend ?+ Hm — f» -rf 1^ pp^ —mw \ m MMimm Mr. Bobertson intends to move an amend DKnton the reply to die Governor's speech, mmnsr to Mr. Coombes' mt&tm, *- \mxbr numbers of fish bave been poisoned in tbe vicinity of Glebe Island, through the outflow of exrbouc add nsed in ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Gladstone. [FBOH ODE OWK OOBBESFOKDEiiT.] The quarterly meetnur of tiie members of tiie School of Arts was held at tiie Town Hal], on Thursday evening. The atten dance was poor, bnt tiie report presented by the secretary was very ??Ihmhiiijj -jjbe cash recemtadtir^tiieqiiart^ainoimtedtoflSO; number of members, S3; newspapers anrriiffd to reading-room, 13; periodicals, 11. Ad ditions had been made to xfae volumes in the library, and several amateur entertauunentB bad been given to tins mem hers Awwwmtr the quartEK The report *^°*» Btated tiiat tiie magic I. ??-«.! u^onerly the property of tie Mutual Improvement Society, was now tie property of the School of Arts, and an exhibition of tii£ mienscopic part of the anraratns (which has not yet been seen by tile original purchasers, aUhougb it is tie most valuable part of it) would be given at an early date. On the motion of Mr. Prwpman a TDte of ritawlnt was ^iffill tO those who bad so effectually assisted at tite amateur «iiM*jimtuwi» T...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILLCHESTER. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

MTLICHESTEE. January 21. *''' Palmer eujdne has commence ?sere, consequent on advises received by tde ^ram. The late impediments to traffic on die ? 'Townsvfllfi Boad bave been removed. The -BardekmBiverhu fallen, and is again eroffi ;oMe by diaye. The weather is cloudy, 'bebbkenins rami. Nothing new in mining matters has occurred [here.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Official Notifications. The following notifications appear in Satur day week's GmxTwmot Goottei — Maetboboogh Mcsiofalitt.— In accord ance with s petition signed by 324 house holders rr ^oent within the town of Mary borough, tie Government have re-proclaimed it a lumicmslibv APFOlSTMEKra.— The Police tt-j~*r^t^ at Bowoi, to act as Crown Ijand Conunissianer for North and Smith Kennedy and Cook. Walter Oliver, to be clerk in the harbour de partment at Bockhampton. William Tassie, to be an agent to accompany ships employed in carrying Polynesian labourers, between tiie South Sea Islands and Queensland. Lakhs Forfeited.— Thomas Brown, 40 acres, Brisbane ; Patrick W~Ji»i.»i go acres, Maryborough; Hilton Kelly, 109 acres, 3 roods, Maryborough ; William Baldwin, 2170 acres, Clermont; August Muuer, ISO acres, Ipswich; William Thomas, 77 acres, Gymnie; Fan-ant Baig, 12S0 acres, Cardwdl; Daniel Henry Cndmore, 640 acres, and SO acres, Cardwell. Lands open foe Selection. —The follow ing leases ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN. (VIA TOWNSVILLE) January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

53 ? 1SL 1 Wf WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. | OOOKTOWN. ' (Via Towsbtilu). January 18 News from the rush mrijimm good- Bid finds are reported only gritty milee beyond toe town. Busmesshere is dull, as all the men are dewing ont Cor tiie rush. IV nn» is vervfine. So rainB have yeteetin, but then have been several fine tiumdjGrstonnBOf Icte, witii heavy rain. The Horenoe Irving, s.8^ leaves to-day with a lot of pawengerafrom -he New Bosh, most of them know? to be 'well in.' The Bsr. James Canon, Presbyterian Monster, is here. It is stated Oat *ne mail steameis are proposed to call here in future, instead of TownsvuTe. Tdib market is glutted witii maize. Oi potatoes there hare been none for a fort . night

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Strange Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Strange Explosion. gRtETK of the recant anenlar explosion which took pWm HkgheTTiaft jfoomi: at tiie TO uttomlertrS. nL, zS engaged m drink* for a blast in a dace which had beennnrorked for a length of time, when a violent frjlnsiwi tttk place, — if— Jf| with smoke or smeO. Uurewaa (.crackling noise, and splinters of pgrphyritie rocFSw abort the faces and armTVtiae motet, cutting them severely. We a» aS^an whether any examinatioii of tile (patlawbnD made, so as to throw nght on tin mvsterr but by the merest accSLt wT^eroTy opened a vnlomeot the MBrrer for ISSS, just attte pU-« «lsfe tiMre was printed a deBcriptionoftiie mmeol nbenomenon called byminOToftie Peak, Derbysbiie, 'didcen ,^'wlnchisaspBCMs of pJena, ottermnse aJrimret of tod This Acke»-srfes x de .crSedinttel-iwriit BieSoaorj ss 'lmmg the wall of very smaD rents. It has a most j* remartmhiepniaty, -iat tile rock in winch ^P it is -rr*~i™A. if sbmek with a hammpr, a — cradding noise is heard, which m generally followed by a...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Suez and Melbourne Mail News. (S.M. Herald's Telegrams.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Suez and Melbourne Vail Mews. (S.JC BondSt Tdegorwt.) Tax Pera was detained thirty hours at sea, in the middle of the south trades, repairing a slight injury to tiie high-pressure elide valve. &. €aims,tiB Governor of Queensland, and mite, and Sir William Stawefl, the-Chief Justice of Victoria are on board. Governor Bobinson, of Western »'*?''. ami party landed at King George's Sound.

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CLERMONT. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

OLERMONT. January 20. The weather ban broken, after a succession .«f storms on Sunday. Steady rain is now setting in from the soott. 'A great many teams have asrived lately. Yesterday's coach, fnll of passengers, is baued najhat Gordon Downs Stataan.

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Mr. Vogel's Polynesian Scheme. (London Economist.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Ur. Voxel's Polynesian Scheme. fLomiom Etomomitt). New Zealand is rich and enterprising ! and veil governed, and Mr. Vogel might ! be great in a far wider sphere j bat New j Zealand is not strong enough yet to i be a seat of empire, to sway the marvel- j Ions duster of mountain-tops which we i call the Islands of the South Pacific, or to dream of governing and colonising an Empire with hundreds of separated States. Mr. Vogel does dream of these tilings. It is impossible to read thetas cinating Blue-book about the South Sea Islands just issued at Wellington, with its wonderful descriptions of summer seas, and Italian mountains, and tropical fertility : its statements of the thirst of the islanders for British role ; its strange revelations of trades like that in the beauties of Rakahanga, who, like Circas sians in Turkey, are sought all over Oceania; its account of the proceedings of the great Hamburg house of Gode firoy and Co, which has monopolised the trade of the Kavigator Island...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY AND TRIFLES. CAPE BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

POETRY AND TRIFLES, f CAPEBYBON. Croa tke mien* ntmstt of the lad, XotaaeUaea tt the warn, alone, ant tax, I Bool ; More me, ana -J» eHber taut, mebtfeniniaibttsotaeeef tie sea. iwhite-wiiipaiaiBi at bewea,atiisttire OT wlndi tae angels wist mt, hither let, Whose ptamy, rmtftac wUspers bid me Bve m kojaxrf mamas* m « sjdef warn Oess. Oh memorable boor of besnseoasiumjs! ' Its channel sport of sea tfemiartowim; ThesUaeosUMlnosinjisiaitesiaiiaeseB, *- taaisr j»t aeslo, bis, sad nW ; The .lining or™ of taTOBStaeteadi-, The tavery wsre-kbs on 8ie0aaaeBSt«old, TbegrmenrottlKlaDDOlilfnwailmy: sum* with au&euOuaiiuegt ; Irish in star me leak of Wanmetoson'ttm the sues! OfcmHtoo fife to be sossUas «sen, tut Shsoosry pajpleao tie uxmtsiss stoepinf lMs teast74snest ever rife tx ressbsj ! Bar what inst end is aB this «suv boss, TJoseeo of man, oa sbjbtkai mene spent? Doth terish Satan vshdy impartm Til* i»*w,iml-f^u »M— rf^f|«H|miinH»p Or is it Unl tte uuuent God, vbese bresSi totom wi...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Rockhampton Police Court. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Hockhatnpton Police Court EATOKDiT. litscxsr.— Peter Brawn was charged, -*r remand, with stealing a, box of wearing apparel' and a silver watch, valued at £15, tii pro perty of Henry M'~J In tejly b- the Bench, Mr. Sob-inspector Couopy said that the prosecutor not being present, he bad i» turtiifir evidence to ofier. The pnBonerwaB* discharged. AssAinx.— Thomas Henry Cavanagh was charged by his w2e,Selina lalnan Cavanagh, with Tmlawfnlly assardtirig and beating 'ner on tiie ISrh January instant, at Ira Residence; , en the Lower DawsonBoad. Mr. Meftoame for the complainant ; Mr. Hnford for the defence. The evidence proved that tiie parties had been married far years, but had not lived, happflytogethertul amui;timena»t,andthaton tiie day named in tiie information tin defen daul^ wiuiout any provocation, p*n^' tiie conrpliinaot along the ground iry the hair of her head, and afterwards struck her on tile t bead and face with a switch. Thedefencewas - that the auegeahairirauing was a fal...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The [?]. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

§B$ tisiBriiDsrmBH. Is) ^® * SAIUEDAY, JTASUAEY 23, 187S. THEvecadons Lemuel Gcujvek, whose travels in the regions of Romance have furnished many a picture 'to point a moral and adorn z. tale,' has given a description of certain philosophers in die Hand of Lapata, wbo were devoting much time and attention to tf»» ^rtrar tion of 'xmhrmiK from cutumbers, wilt die hope of uldmalriy conferring ines timable lxnefits npon the inhabitants of thai enlightened island, and mrlfing their own names npon the scroll of feme. No leconl has been presented that Iheir eapenniffiils vets rewarded with com plete success, but as &r as the inhabi tants of Capncomia are concerned, little inconvenience is felt by the absence of die iiii«j.Tng historical link. The fervid beams of mighty Sol reach ns with a frequency that renders any extraction rrom lerjjiwirtf sources nwnrgxitjify^ and there is no disposition to deprive any irritable colonist, smarting under real or fannVd injuries, of the comfort t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

mHE ROCKHAMPTOX BULLETDf, _|_ published every morning at five o'clock, is the oldest and most widely-circulated news paper in Cental and Northern Queensland. In addition to trusUmUij local news, the readers of tite BcixEtnr are provided with the latest telegraphic and other intelligence from all parts of the wodd. Metropolitan and official news is catered for by a special correspondent stationed at Brisbane, ana arrangemenis are in pcugtiMB for secamng correspondents in erery iiuuwUul town m tie colony. As an advertising medium, the BciiBmr is generally admitted to beuecond to no jomnal in the colony. Subscription, in advance, 15s. per quarter, or £2, 10s. per ammm. TO COBRESPOKDESTS. Sevssai. correspondcaitB ate informed that [ XranberOneof Ute Copricormia* «b already out of print. Snbecriptiona commence bum the date on which, orders are received. 0S- TntwiJii^r subscribers xre i^mmded ***** subscriptions are payable in all cases, in ad vance, and that, when forwarded {or any term ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Enigma. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Enigma. Df.*t- reader, I've a wondrous ftsvnp. And njany liml^ compose it ; There are five letters in my name — Th^rer Ith^s will soon disriw* it. Throngh cities, Tillages, and towns, And thro' the woodlands, plain's **»? downs, X e'er ^nmtiiwt^ wind or weather. Take the fast letter from my name, And then I grow more common ; A place Fm always known to daim 'Mongst ereiy man. and woman. Another letter drop, dear sir, Xow view my new proportion ; A creature odd youll find appear, Possessed of life and motio'. And then a welcome guest am I, At almost every table. So, my dear reader, tell my name — The writer hopes you're able. D. G. fiockhampton, January 30, 1S75.

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MINING SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

I MINING SUMMARY. { Betweek eleven snd twelve tons of pM hive been, taken from the Gynmie Gold-field np to 31st December, 1874. This rained st £3 10b. per ounce grres £1,832,872 3s. »L, Vjy nomeansasmallngare. Escort feffi on the whole have been Beady sane gtousand ponnds. The fnture of this field appears to be lery From Townsvnle ibe sews reaches &s tixat a new goU4dd has been opened sixty nmes from town, said to be in the ?directkia of Bavenswood. The yUW of gold tor IS74 trom Oib Palmer aiooe amomded «o !2£,4K osnees. Capper mining at the Peak Downs isjpre cresanssxtisfaetorily. A pkMifal supply of firewood has changed UK aspect oi isSans, tine contractors Cor the supply of this necessary srti^ delivering it now st the ate of three titonaaiad tons per1 i'*?*1!^. ssd iiitJ^t^'||g to being iDore teams to the vork as soon as possible. Hie fiateen of toe lode &ow wotting in tins mine allows of its being atoped ont fay means of «n nndaiajrog iiinze, thereby sanag the f...

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A [?] WANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

a. mxasasG ^tast. BefoBE agrjcoltaal andbortiallbirxlpnrstiitB can be expected to make tbat progress so necessary to ate well-being of flns d&rict, » Market place is called f or, where the producer sbd ^J*' -somnBsr nwty tuo»t xt stated fufcw vaSfi.titeonetoerj±aoee hie cocomoditaes f or laid cub, sad die other to poxebase such 1'i^i Ijnir, bnil, ana otiter £eiiiu pfodnofi fts ?re -alcnliited*to praaote health aad vigonr, oyuluDL j&s pmigirt sue st tn^sciit, tiat? givwer is placed «t a vay gnat wadvantage, for na Iqbb tie Jne&ttls Ins eropB from door to door, or re ntftsjucte cnoogt to ssenre t^gnuz* costo vaczs, be as ti&en eutaxcly st 4ibe toeny xsC the retail trader, -wiio may be willing enough to *H TT*'niayn ftir'v^ to tit6 faara.-vniucht pcDdncer. It may suit one dass— nl)e frarterer and pro 4nce dealer— formatterB to remain as they are, bat it can hardly be said that they Be st d satisfactory, e&er to the consumer or prodncec. fib woold...

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