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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

I MINING NEWS. I Iar consequence of the holiday season, there is $-£ little to report under this head. One r^fyfrg item has readied us by telegram, however, winch deserves special mention. The gold jieJil -rf Gymphe for the year jost closed ex ceeds the yield of IS73 by more than three thousand ounces. Ocs Peak Downs contemporaries by Wednes day's mail hare a holiday look, about them. TDJe Tdrfram of the 26th says :— ' A marked improvement has taken place in the supply of firewood at the mine dnnng the week, so that if no more furnaces ore ?*g.ifrpfl and the fine weather continues, a considerable reserve pile will accnmolate in the coarse of a few weeks. T^ia supply, however, eren under favourable cirenmstances, is utterly inadequate to the wants of tiie mine, as ore could now be raised fcr fifteen to twenty furnaces. TTxere is there fore room for a very lar^e accession to the number of teams employed at this work.' On the same snhject the Copperjidd liimer observes-.— 'The refinery...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

NOTES ON THE WEEK, f Br submarine cable we are informed of a I dialogue of disasters. Two railway acci dents, one explosion in a coal mine, and the destmejioa of an emigrant ship by fire, hare together involved a terrible sacrifice of human life. Tbe total number of persons Idlied is reported at 513, and tbe injured at SO. Tbe reflection that possibly all these accidents might hive been averted is very ^?Hini; An axle is always liable to sadden breakage, but the chances are much increased by defec tive materials, which it is of late tar too much the fashion even -at 'respectable' manufac turers to pass off as sound ^id genuine. Tbe railway collision certainly might and ought to hive been avoided. But what of the greatest catastrophe of all— tbe homing ship? Who knows bat that improper stowage, leakage, or canteseness was tbe cause of the disaster: if bo, a heavy rewpoojaibaity cests Bomewbere. The contemplation of &e scene poortrayed by ottr telegram u absolutely sickening. ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Capricornian SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

SATTBDAT, JAXT7AKV 2, 1ST* To all die dwellers in Capricomia, greet ing! To the whole of the people of Queensland, also greeting ? The Capri oobxiax makes his bovr ! Salutations to ye all! Another journal is bom into the world. Long desired and expected, the Capri cornian non- makes his first ap pearance. A 'good weekly news paper' is tie journalistic want of Central and Northern Queensland. Our -rnTi»a- vour it wUl be to meet that vast, and we Susll count upon receiving hcmiv en couragement. Thete has been, we fear, too much localism in Capricomia hereto fore. Each community has had its Press representative, whose chief duly ap peared to be to advocate die interests of its own town and district as against the interests of the colonjrand the world. We do not find very great fault with this localism — it is natural and unavoidable in .young and isolated communities. But it may be, and we fear is, earned to extremes by some of our brethren of the Press — not jrHnrfm; those of the ' Gr...

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MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

MEVOBAOTl. FOE JA5TCAEV The enterwising and tiie indnstrioos of oar coltivators mfl find plenty of wort before them tiiis mouth, if they aim to make the best of tiieir ground. In Cite kitchen garden sowings maw be made in showerv wea&er, if the gnmoA is enffidfartiy moist, of turnips. carrots, celery, caaliflower, cabbage, and ! Preach beans. Strong plants of eabbage and cauliflower may be planted oat towards die I end of the month, if they cam be bad, but slender, weakly plants are worthless. If ! celery plants can be obtained of sufficient -! stvesgtu £or planting out, ihere is no season I of the year when they would stand so good a chance of success as now. Trenches should bedng for tbe plants, twelve inches wide and { two feet deep, at djunmws of four feet apart, and in the bottom of each trench a layer of six or eight inches of good rotten manure | sboifld be strewn, and over & from ioor to six inches of eood friable soO, bearing a dentil j of twelve inches from...

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STATION, GARDEN.& FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. | H'KOE recognising tii£ fact that the pr°tffral interest is at present the chief source of the colony's wealth and prosperity, and while endeavouring to promote this great interest by every means in our power, we cannot start oar eyes to the tact that the great want of tbe colony ia a population settled in acricnltacai wrrstuts: and that whib? fiip Idmrnim ~l*«— may be loobed upon «g f oranag tbebone and sinew ot our common wealth, the agriculture] interest wiih its productions shouU be viewed as being the actnre agent in arteriajis and vitalising the whole system, and there fore deserving of our first and1 best attentions. The capabilities of the soil for the purpose of stock-raising and breeding are known well enough to be passed without comment, except that occasional hints may be thrown oat and suggestions of value from experienced men may be given to prevent the mistakes to which young beginners are always subject* soA tt- pointout the limits ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE CAPRICORNIAN. CONTENTS— JANUARY 2, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

THE CAPRICORNIAN CONTENTS— JANUARY 2, 1875. Page.           ; HpneOoml ______ 2 - OBnmt Ttopto:— G™m nar Betool tor GirJ»— : t. -TM Bmtaue E«^I_— Tbe atoncal Lam— ?V- nreeOaa-otadorotgru! _ .. ... 2,3 * Tie New Governor ______ 3 /i TU_ ana ibUKTai Lee, theism-Old ! fX~ liyen, the Scatter— The HmCrf_e_ _ 4,6 i ;a*S»ettj—i4 tt—a i-TtaiSe- r«r an! the O14 5, i 7 At I— rHunAErpeBton_ _ _ _ « ; * :»BS5»-»or_ai___5 ~ _ _ _ « virool Prospect* ana*-le- _...__ 6 nuiradADdee— ~i __..„_ 7 HrUa, «Errt«ge«, and Den— i _ _ ._ 8 I___raro— et _ e i ~&_vQnt)iewe«lc „ „ _ _ 8 : «_aoo.o«iaai«j-dneia _ _ _ _ » IoolSon _ _ _ _ _ ._ 10, 11 IhU— »Ua ...___._ u ..Omci«lK-«iflc«r ion. _____ U UieDdnbnCedarT—ae ___... 13 'Till -tiilimilOmm, BrUbms _ _ ... 13 Orate or __L&__uy ^ _ _ _ a . -On Ersuaiei of Promise _._..._ 13 i rllome «&ASpreign:Tfae AfninAlnar— Stance, ' , /JptaiaailJto-aermMy ani. panaMA— — im_»,«» -raagti...

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The Brisbane Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

The Brisbane Hospital. The proposal lately made to the Com mittee of the Brisbane Hospital by the ?clergymen resident in the metropolis, with regard to Hospital Sunday, is likely to lead to results which were at first ?tinthought of. It appears that the Rev. j. Svttoh, in replying to the objections ?raked to his proposal by the Committee, ?«ras not content to keep to the point iea% in dispute, but launched out boldly -against the management of the institu tion. 'For nearly five years he has sent one after another to it, and has ? soever beard a word of praise of it ; 'he fnever saw such a hospital in his life ;' it ?is ' busby ;' ' ten pannikins of scalding tea are put to lips rendered exquisitely -sensitive by sickness, and great clumsy warders tramp up and down with deafen - ing noise, laughing and joking ; the shep herd had better hare been left in his iuit, and die charwoman in her cottage, ? if they cannot be supplied Kith better food, in a better '''''. than at ptptent' This i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

ROCKHAMPTON JOCKEY CLUB     TRAIL STAKES for Two-year-olds of 5 [?], each, with 75 [?]. added : one [?]. Weights—colts, 8 stone : fillies and geldings, 7 stone 10 lb, Nomination, on- closing [?] [?] to be [?] to the Hon. Secretary, Criterian Hotel, befor 4 p.m., on SATURDAY, the 1st May, 1875. Sweep to be paid on night of General Entry, Alan. , r^stM___MB^T«-B^^F(^^^^?^' «wvm. f_f*Ti for * !*'' .*]irij]ftii»_itiiiViniiiuii' a-i * -* jni — fi ^ , .. «^^^2SS3E^_|' __P'_3WM» «f jmlj-L-U-L illlJ ' 'S^^A; weight for age; penal ? _i J —??!_? win''* once 81*-« *wkk or #; . moreTtte ; enhance 74 percent ; winners * ij' Ihi Vi ii '111 stakes cuaaitcd. En ^_S^^^«, ^to ^*_Ti pjr ,^^^^^H..W. BlSfifiS, ' v ? . i.i'«ffil'?BoB.*6___ty»iidTi_«_ei ?^tttl-Mtftuu,Hovtmfer3«:,lS7*. ' ? r WJ^Sff M^~-i^|»»»I-l-c far the tbtv I ^^^^rt«c«aeitorto- dining the ™ 'i_»_iien;fjsears, takes tins flppdrhmity of '^_l&^^^___i_ffl^teSrf - 'ii^_^i^___ri%ua_i_--V ? - ^3tte^S^5%SO DEEA...

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COMMERCIAL. BULLNITS OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

COMMERCIAL i Bmsxns Office, Friday Evening. TfiE revenne eoQeeted at tie port of Bock bampton for the year ending on Thursday amounts to £64,724 10s. ^d^beiss u incr£ase of £1169 Si Si. upon the jorevious year, not wEthBtKodine tioe radnctaon of dntieft; fo?&£ monla of Oasember instant, £5323 18s. lOd., and for tihe four days inf^i'ig last evening aUS8S lfa. £d. trbolesaie btumeas daring tie week his been oomewhat interrupted by the holidsys, but 4ie ChnEtmis retail trade has been brisk. A large nmnberof caniere are in town, who report tiie mads and country in oplendtd order for travelling with an abundance rf grass and water. Nearly ISO bales of wool have arrived during tie week, and there is very irUie attention in rates of carriage. The Mtowmg figures are supplied:— To CSennoni, £11 to £12, and £13 return ; to Springsure, £IX eaeb way ; to Tajnbo, £20to «2S, and £14 to £16 return; to BUckmO, £22 to £24, and £16to£17ntuDi. There have been a few small transactions in the sa...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

| POETRY AND TRIFLES. | THE OLD YEAR ASD THE SEW. me aid year's out, aai tbe wise's pourd ont. To sielte to tae tnenas aU tree ; Rom tke aid year «e part, and, «ab bupenu asart, libatiou we sanrto Oa lev. Ie xvnd 'M wae, mX each trJenair atoiae, *e ?eatter me rasj aew ; S-y Oawenscnaj sp naaaa Ok aoeU eup. To htoom thro' tto year that ? new. luce cMldreo at p'ajtbnmsli anne mm»y aaj, ttwMWlKaritaiittkK; We {an with the old, l&es Mfc mat js taM, Bat tho' the old year we are parang aere, We part n witl o!4 ftiaafc too. For tbe (rtaaUwe bne kjwn, chror tse tbaetfcatfs aown. Are dearer t3un nteMb mat ale oew. Tie rien sold bair of the jooue and Mr, nweyearthe lava may prise, Buttlie-B-val»loiiaaeaIfiieadiE tad, b dearer in niendimp-t eyes. Thin etanoilix between flie gray anC tbt enes, Hay smDesadora the ese and aura Qt bjBEnds— . tan the old and tbe aew. Th« Mosx STEjinnsT rVaunmg or ods Fobtuvxe. — Our creaaora, VCbes does tbe era remind of widowhood f — ^When you aee weeds up...

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THE ISLAND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

TBS OTLAHiJ MAHci. Ovandafixrtiie irtJaooary, 1S7S, the buand Baflswfll arrive and depart MfoUowr— ii3r=^rj:-|fi;==-?=ii ?j sf ill v4!l |lsiiili||f£ I F P ? P? p ' 's liteBiiii .- .- .£ I .- ?-B-B5 p.. : : f s= 5p|: , g !'Js| fesj HSlIflfli | S - * ??I ?? ? ? S= = I::::?:-;;:; .^ i© III? illiiMMt I , Sewq^en stonid In puma ate hour tenm Oh bom n»mM In t«e above tatto ford/to* mafU. , Xafk an aa» Dude up -UUy par baia for aS S^ Mta ?VML UKUga,«ud tarttKBio-a-i-ic-MUSi«c

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TALES AND SKETCHES. WAS LEE, THE PAGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

TALES AND SKETCHES. WAN LEE, THE PAGAX. BY BSET HABTE. OscE upon a time, as I opened letter, t&erefluttered tothesraund aaquare strip of jellowpaper covered with hieroglyphics which at first glance I innocently tank to be the label from a pack of Chinese fire-crackers- Bat the sue envelope also contained a smaller strip of nee paper. with tiro Chinese characters traced in Todia ink that I at once knew to be Hop Sing's visiting card. The whole, as afterwards literally translated, ran as follows : — 'To th» stranger the eta of my house ere not dosed; the to jw is on the left, and the sweetmeats on the iraht n you enter. Two sayings of fhe Master: Bwpiralirr i« the virtue of the son and the wisdom of t*»e ancestor. The Superior man is light hearted after the erofrgatbering ; be makes a SrttmiL When the stranger is in your melon patch observe lira not too dowiv; inattention is .often tile highest form of civility. Happhras, Peace, and Sroaperity. Hop Sore.' Admirable, certainly,...

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Three Gates of Chlorodyne. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Three Cases of dilorodyne. Ik the Bockhampton Palis Court, on the 2«h ultimo. Messrs. W. and SL C. Thomson were charged by the Sub-Cottxtor of Customs for 'tint on the 25th day of Kovemberlast, as it ameared to tbe said oallectortiiat an invoice of goods entered for ad wolorem duty — to wit, time cases of cblorodyne — had been nrder valired by the defendants, tiie Lnpozters of the same, irift intent to erade the payment of partofthedntyontiie»aid,goods.' Mr. Md bourne appeared for the complainaiit, tike defendants in person. Mr. Melbourne, is opening the case, said that the present iufiarniaLion was laid under tbe 8th section of tbe Customs Buties Act, 34th Victoria No. L, which provides that 'if it shall appear to tote CoDeotor of Customs that in any invoice or entry, any goods entered for ad oalonm duty have been under valued iritfi intent to ancd the payment rf duty, or are wilfillv false in any partial far, the importer of tbe same abaS for every such offence forfeit and pay a s...

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THE FIRST CRIME. A TALK OF THE FROM FAMILY ON 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

THE FIBST CRIME. a THE OF TBX IMSB mm OF IS4S. Two dava bad passed, and atill no food hai touched their lips. It was now ereome. and although the ana bed set, die beat of tbe aammer'B day remaned in all ila oppressive fervour. Brian -FSuOivan looked around onon his wife and helpless fcmiij-, asd a momentary l^leain of ssrooty flasbed from ba aunken e*e i for die first time die murmur ef impatience rose from hn lips. Tbe ery for f-»d had died away ; bat when be met tseeBbdoed glaneesof bis Sntoterableanprieh. Ho Bound wes beard eave ooeasiorauly die etalcd groan of die youngest child, die litde Borah, who lay on a strew pallet, resting her fevered bead wpon fan- mother's breast. Thus tbe hours passed nrnna-fr— i by any change. SometniKS, bat very eeldom, then was * fceart-naone appeal for food, and tiie low cry of bunger bant from tfae lips of die younger cbndreo. Midnight ami and found die mother still wstdrow fay tfae bed of her dying chfld : tbe inmates of the wretched hovel had s...

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OLD MYERS, THE PANTHER. A TALK FROM REAL LIFE IN THE BACKWOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

OLD MXEKS, THE PANTHER a. xux FEOJe mi hr is ?ms suewoqbs. 1st a country, like onrs, of almost faomuueas forests, rmpidlj filling up with a growing mi widely spreading population, tbe pioneers of tie wrMemrw, those hardy and daring spirits, who take their lira in their hands and maiehinad. ranee of avBaatun into the wild woods, to endnre privationa among die wild .mm.)., and run the hazard of wild warfare among eavage tram, form a Tory peeoEaraadintercstiDgelus. Whether it is ? natural banUhooa, «nd boIdnMS, and love of adventure, or a decora fbrretue fnefit;or. aviso, to befreefrom the restraints ofcMiwd nodett.tW dins leadi this peculiar dan of people into the wilderness, it sutlers not now to inquire. Probably all then motives ins greater or leas degree go to make up tiw movn^ pnncjpie. At tiw head of this rf»ss is Hie liBBnaned Daniel Boon, vfaXMe tame Kill tin as long as UsownKeBtoegT »ffl Sad a puu» on the page of history. He wm the gnat Xapoleon aaoat the pioneers of die wfld...

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A Wonderful Swim. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

A Wonderful Swim. - Amongst the passengers by tiie Queen, a steamer belonging to the National Company, on her last voyage from Xew York; was a Captain Paul Boynton, of the New Jersey Ooastrmard. a professional diver. When the Hjnfwn had cot two or three hundred miles from New York, Captain Boyctou, if we are to Ikeliere what we hear, declared ills intention of jumping overboard and swimming back, in order to test a i»ecaliar apparatus for floating to which be was ijuite anxious to trust his life. The captain of the steamer, however, wonld not permit wliat he r*?*ardt»d as a perfectly suicidal proceeding; and so the prof essional diver, sorely agamgst his wiB, was not j allowed to tm^wliimself into the sea. I Instead of naming over tite restraint to which he was subjected, Boynton songLi- i*- ! make converts in favour of tiie invention he J desired to experiment with, and when tiie ? Queen was about seven miles off the Irish coast ' he obtained leave of absence in tiie fashion he I r...

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Vice-Admiralty Court. Brisbane. (Tuesday, December 8.) SPECIAL SITTING. IN THE MATTER OF THE SEIZCRE OF THE SCHOONER MARGARET AND JANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Viee-Admiraltr Court. Brisbane. (Tbadaj,, December 8.) Special Sitting. in the matter of the sbizcbe of toe In tins case Mr. Fring, -i-C, instmcted by Mr. Bonton, appeared in support of the daim of the owners of the vessel, and moved fiat the claim be admitted, and that the seixer be required to proceed by idea and proof. Tile Attorney-General, instructed by the Crown Solicitor, appeared to oppose die chain. Toe vessel was seized by tieorge Frederick Sandrnck, Sab-collector of Caf&nais at Bowcn, 4m August 27 *nwi-«r the Imperial Kidnapping Act, and the daim IB now made by Henry M'Anley, Hie master, on behalf of himself and Bichard Hm^tw^ of Sydney, tiie sole owners, for die ship, tacUe, cargo, tc, reason of the seizare and detention ai the vessel. The affidavit of -J. F. Sandrock. the seizer, set forth that, on ids arrival at Somerset, an the aOtt August last, he there found a native . labourer, a woman, whom he believed to be a i native of the island of Sandwich, not within...

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Home and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Home and Foreign. From the Borne Sews of October 50, we make the subjoined extracts : — THE ARXJM AFF.UK. The friends of the incarcerated states man make lavish use of the VaaUde Zalung for their statements, which are invariably th&t rf'* mfggfn-r papers sought to be recovered from Count Amim are j private letters from Bismark to Amim, i which are so compromising to the i honour and uprightness of the Chan- ! celloif that he wishes to get them back ! at any price. The last statement pro- j fesses to be a full and correct account of tile whole business, from the Amim point of vies-. It is to this effect.- — Down to May, 1S72, the Chancellor and the ambassador at the Roman Court I were the most intimate of friends, but from that tiny Bismark began to be jealous of his subordinate, and the in sinuation evidently is, because Amim showed a more correct appreciation of Roman intrigues and its issue than be did. The Count was sent Co Paris, and in September of the same year, when h...

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On Breaches of Promise of Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

On Breaches of Promise of Marriage. Breaches of Promise of Marriage are not made in heaven, like marriages, bat are generally made through the post. They are not goods, like filing pans or HoUoway's Pills, although they resemble goods in twin'; of ?ralue. A man once told me they resemble goods in this respect also, that the}- are sometimes laid on the shelf. This, how ever, he said was never done rani! they had been bought for their foil vatae by some simple man who didn't plice any faith in attorneys or juries. For im part I can't see hovr anyone could care to buy a Breach of Promise of Marriage — it is not of any valne itself, and is no more ornamental than a red no.se or a green urabFeOa A Breach of Promise of Manuge is not a. crime, or a virtue, or an eight-day dock, or anything else that a respectable . roan need boast about. It is a circum stance, or an occurrence, or an accident, j but it is never a misfortune. This is the i great difference between It and a. piano '? or a mo...

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CRUISE OF H.M.S. SANDFLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

CRUISE OF H.M.S. SANDFLY. The Sandilv yl»*»'Hf'a'qr**'-jv*mtn3'1^**t* Mor reHrleft Sydney on July I, for a cruise amongst the Sew Hebrides gronp, calling at Norfolk Islands with maila, &c Dnring the firet fire days had very heavy weather ; on tiie 4th Jnlv a hearr sea etrack her stern boat, both davits snapped off in tiie joints, thereby losing ite boat m the eariy part of tiie anise. July 12th, arrived at Norfolk Idand, hen their chnrch being comfitibAy blown down ; all tiie Government braidings are in aflfateof nrins, and the dips, &&. for their whaleboatg in Cascade Bay were wacihed away or fined op with large stones, &c; leaving here «i the 14&,anwedatAaeiteiimonJnlyl9; left on Jnly29, and arrived at Fatnna on ihe 30th, stnA after ?'*''»w|nnii*ft*-ig with the Bev. Mr, Capeland again proceeded to Impm*- f aland, where she airived next morniBg; comnniDieated whit Ber. Mr. Paton, and proceeded on to Port Sesobdion, arriving and anchoring Hie ...

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