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STATION, GARDEN,& FIELD. LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

-|. ? ? . | STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. | uomtos wool Btxss. From Messrs. W«*ster, OsxnH, and Cc't report of wool sales on 27th November, are cull Hie f oSoving :— Ex Alexandrina, from Eockhampton : Sba3££Eooared,S&A,Bavensboarne,at3ld., 3 damaged at 19W., 11 bales atSlJd., t+* 21-L. 8 at 20W., 3 at 19R, 7 at 191, Ipiso* at 1CW., 6 at ±ML, -tat 214, 1 damaseif* 20id.,'H grease at 1AL, 1 damaged at lOi, 4 lodmatSW. 9 bales greasy, Spottiswoode, at Ui, S«t lOJd., 4 damaged at lid., I pieces «t Sjd. 12 bales greasy, Grene, at lid.; IS at 10i«, II at IlOd.. 11 at lOJd,. 1 locks at 8Jd.. 17 A 12J4, 4 damaged at 10!d_, 4 pisosB at 9i, t skmsBtsidT^ U bales greasy, UfcCo., Wando, at 9.W.. 5 damaged stOW. 6 bales lambs,' RT over Y in diainnmi, over Beenleith. at 1244, GatUi, I locks at 7H IS bales greasy, K in circle, at 13d., 57 At ISJd., 11 at 12i, 14 pieces at 10t, C d^DttieedstftL 57 'bales greasy, KB, at 13M-, 1? at 13i, 12 at I2M., 4 lambsst 13d., 13 at 12H-, 6S at 12i,a...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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NEW BRAZILIAN LOAN. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

NEW RRAZHJAK LOAX. Losbos, Jax-aarr 30. Meaere. Botiiscliild and Sods hive saraed a Bryjilian loan of five ?''!?«''« «tf*Hng

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GERMANY. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

GEBMANY. Lokdok. Jamurv 19. The German Parliament has rotsd civil marriage obligatory throughout tbeefflpne.

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GERMANY AND SPAIN. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

GEKUAKV AXD SPATS. Losdox. Jasmarv 20. Gemuny lias agreed to accept tiievepax» some nwxiths ago en * sbnaAed Gcxunai Teaed on tBe Spnush coast.

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TEE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

?THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. ' Ijksbox, January 16. Xhe Ansbalian ma3s via Brindisi arrived hereto-dav.

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KING ALPHONSO AT MADRID. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

KING AlfHOSSO AT MADBTB. Losbok, Janmary 18. King Alphonso amved at Madrid yesterday, aad was received by tbe people with

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

SHIPPING SNTE3ZJGENCS Losbok, January IS. Tbe Great Britain, sjl, has sailed forMel bouxne. Tbe City of *JJ-iJ» ship, ins arrived fnsn 1\t inlit1*

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

COMMERCIAL. Lokdos*. Januarv 16. Wheat has fallen in price two ebxumgs per c^nsiter, owmg to tuB lstge Rsrigu uiieh— Ja. tions aze receding. Cmh bsrs sit iplntrn nt £83, and Wallaroo and Peak Downs £93 pa ton, but quotations are nominal.

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KING ALPHONSO. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

SING AlfHOKSO. Iasdox. Satmarv 19. lung Alnhonso tnb—A* to eommand the army ia the north in perBon. His Majesty has declared, in Cooncu, his determhistian to maintain religious equality.

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Attacked by a Menatee. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Attacked bj a Uenatee. Both the Indian and St Lude Rivers are filled with a coarse, rank grass, which takes root at a depth of 20 or 30 feet, and rises to the surface. It is called menatee grass, because it is eaten by the wonderful menatee, or sea cow. Florida is the only spot on the North J£§ Ar^—iran continent where tins animal is ^_ found. It is amphibious andherbiver ous, and weighs from eight hundred to two thousand pounds. It suckles'its young, and has a head like a seal, a nose like a cow, flippers like a sea-lion, and a tafl like awhale. Suchis die description by those who have seen it Of immense strength, when at bay it can knock a. boat to pieces. The body is powerfully built. The bones are like iron, and the ribs are short, thick, and heavy, and as white as ivory. The menatee is very shy. Once in a while one is shot Several have been netted. One was shot a year or two ago and taken to Savannah alive, but it died within a few nmnriK The meat is eaten by the people living ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Official notifications. Tite £oOoving inrtsifipitiniKi tiprmi' in 1**^* Satnrda.7-6 Goeanmat Gazette: — Goveexoe'e Sal&bt Box.— Hie Royal Assent hu beat given to tie 'Bill to fix the Sabaes of tite Goireriwr «nd ot Idb Private Hew ^FMriK1*'^*^ — Octwrins t™mJj««% Tenningerrag. and Wiffiam Osbnm JJorris, Cunnaimilla, are apriorated Magistrates of tbe AFFOU.mma.— Arfaed Wmiani Ounipigue, PoBce Magistrate at Temringering, to be Police Magistrate at HackaQ, m the Mitchell disosct ; Octavnrs fliiiiHlJuug to be Police M.g^h^fa. at Tenrdngering, in the room of Alfred WiUiam ComiaW ; Francis G01 to be Pobce Maginljalii* at Charters Towers and Mfflchester; WDSam Osbum Norzis to be Pouee M^i-Jj«-J* at Oamamnlla - VVdnam Baynes to be Bftnming-omcer for the electoral diBtrict of Bolimba, in the room of Chartes MtNtsclJuiBs^s. — Daring the month, of at tile Mineral Loads Office, Stantfaorpe. Fresh tenders are called for the erection of additions to Police lfa-^.-ln. Bockhampton ; Police ...

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RICH VERSUS POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

HICH VEBSUS POOR. It is sarisfartory to know that Mr. W. B. Tooth is not prepared quietly to give up possession of the land in respect of which he has been proceeded ggaincr in an action upon a writ of ejectment. Hie issues involved in the construction jgj, put upon the und Acts in this and ^? other similar cases are so momentous, jjhat the highest legal authority should be invoked to pronounce decisively upon the points in dispute. This will now be done, leave having been granted to the A-frnA»nt who ky thus perseveringly defending himself, and carrying his case to the Privy Council, is conferring a benefit on the colony at large. The general effect of the construction put upon the Land Acts by the then Colonial judges, is that a selection taken up under the Leasing Act of 1866, is subject to the conditions of cultivation required by the Agricultural Reserves Act of 1863 ; which means that any such lease obtained before the passing of the Act of r868, can only be held valid if one-...

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

CUSTOMS RETURNS. The Customs returns of imports and exports at Rockhampton for the year 1874 are, at first sight, not satisfactory. There is a considerable increase — equal to nearly twenty percent on the declared value — m imports, and a decrease to a very nearly corresponding ******* in the exports. Still, the latter continue much m excess of the former, the exports for theyear having been valued at j£ +73,55 1, and the imports at only .£301,286. On the basis of these figures, then, we have paid far less than the value of our pro ducts for out imported goods. The 'Customs returns, however, must not be accepted as furnishing more than a distant approximation to the valueof the rnports and exports. In &e year 1873, our exports were considerably swdled-by the operations of the meat-preserving companies, which were both closed for a portion of last year. Again, the scarcity of teams has not jfniiliiprl the carriage of copper to port, and there is now about fire hundred tons co...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

TALES AND SKETCHES. How Santa Clans Came to Simpson's Bar. Bx Bxex W'*»rg It hid been raining in the valley of the 8sera mento. The Korth Fork had wevfluwed its banks and Battle-tnake Creek ns impassable. Thefewbooldm tbat had marked the summer ford at SimDson's Croseinp were obliterated by a vast sheet of water stretching to tie foothills The up stage «u stopped ?it Granger's; the tat mail had been abandoned in the bda, tbe rider swimming for his 0&. 'An axes,' xe ynmAf^ the Sierra Axelamcke whh pensive local pride, **as large aa the State of MasascbnjcUs ia Sor was the weather any better in die fix* hutf. The mod lay deep on the rncnntsm roan ; oujiiigatinn could move luiiu the evil nays into winch tbejbad fallen, encumbered the tact, mm({ tf\? WBY to fiwiflif wi** pw» WBS 'i«Tip«*y^ by broken-down teams sod hard swearing. And Jiirt^fT tftij Qnt*riF irfl iiiwi'i nwTiif. i*ii(f»ii upon ?ad bw.ntgg.fr.1. smitten by high winds sad threatened by Hugh water, Simpson's Bmr, On t...

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

STEAK TO LONDON. DIRECT FBOlf SYDKST. -1 — fJUUS lmmrifirrrt new and 4BaBaa9a» whampoa, Oi»d 100 Al at Lloyd's, ?SSSSToraBegists^raHatae^awerminmal, S. C. Jacobs, CnmrnandfT, TTill 1»i. iliifliimi Tumi SYDNEY DtBSCC to LONDON, about the middle of HABCH, 1878. Tim noMe rand iTwiftont exception the largest and finest steamship ever dispatched to A—fa-Ji-._ and is t»*»«I .to mate the -voyage in 48 DAYS, ^nd being *ke pioneer of a direct line rf atom anammuxtun between Sydney and London, tthe attention of nssengaTi and shippers is p^tJcnUriy directed to &e faTOnrshk oppor tonify now presented. For rates of freight, passage, and offer *^ JOTBN FBAZEB & CO, Sydney; m, JOHN HEADEICK & CO., Rockhampton. ~ FOE 'LONDON DIEBCf. : TO ABBTVE IN TIME FOB MAY SALES. n -^ja^ mHE CUPEEB BASQUE ^jf^y^- SUFFOLK, B. a Bvfdbd, Commander, Al 13Ye»rs(specuaEnrvey)»tLloyd'o, {So. 1020 itovj* Btguter, 1874,) 976 Tons Register, Now on the berth for LONDON DIRECT. This splendid Teasel ...

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Australian Presented Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Australian Preserved Meat. The news received by the last mail of the improvements effected in the colonies as to preserved meats, came to hand most opportunely. That most inde fatigable apostle of the Australian meat doctrine, Mr. D. Tallennan, has been more than usually active during the past month. He has been giving dinners three times a week in dives parts of the country. The meetings have been thoroughly representative of the working and middle classes. In every instance the arrangements have been made by the working men of the several towns, the costs and charges being paid oat of Mr. Tallerman's own private purse. Nottingham, Leicester, Derby, Leeds, Bradford, Crewe, Birkenhead, Maid stone, Birmingham, Walsall, Wolver hampton, Coventry, Liverpool, Oldham^ Bury, Rochdale, and sevetal other tooBS iurther north and south have been eobsr tained, and all with the happiest results. Id every instance one of the chief men of the place has presided, and the result has been the further...

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The Suez English Mali. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

The Suez English Uai!. The fallowing are extracts from the Mom* Be*;* and Emropea* Miml of 27th Novanba-- Tbere is a potative yearning cm the part of the jttess and the hangers-on at the clubs to tnow the nature of tic policy the Government intends to adopt nert seedon. In his speech at the tame-hDnoored -civic banquet given on Lend Major's day, Mr. Oisndi contented himself wiih making a rapid review of what had taken place on the Continent within the last fiye years. 71»is ricetch proves him to have been a close observer of history, and while his reimkn -vent to show the general instability of *h'»g» during t*n* p*»y***?;-gci~ how__^spie& — bib; been created and ? ' *»i?»|'m on. had disappeared, they were meant to convey the impression that we ought to be thankful tor a farm of Government that gave us mote security and freedom than were enjoyed by any conntxy in the wodd. There was a time, however, and tint not so very long since, when London itself was practically in. a st...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. London, December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

LATE TELEGBAMS. London. December 3. Tne Pope, on receiving Arcnbisnop Man ning, eaid he rcjmced grratBy at Hbe prosress whSi is beine made by tiie Boman Cafiboiic rehjdon in Ireland. Paris, December 3. A letter, published from the Comte de Ghambord, recommends his adherents tD o^- notbingwhich may tend to delay the restora Ixmdon, December 5. A telegram pobEsbed by tbe ZSs» states ^ist t2ie Bnssians Are niflt i»r % campaign against the Turcomans ; that tiie SrhiTriihlow cobtmn is marching np £he awrrir TaQey, whOe tiie Petroloric force has crossed the Amondaria and commenced operations on Khiva. Parliament will rraswrohlp on February a The kingdom of Daravar has accepted tiie annexation to Egypt which Hie Viceroy has for some time been negixialiug. OmTOiKY.— William Orquhart Arbu&inot, Member of Comic3 for India. The Washington Congress will probably legislate for tbe reEtoration of tbe tea and coffee duties, Mr. Saratov having reported that &e aboiaion of those duti...

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Late European and American News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

Late European and American Hews. The fouowing items of intelligence have been brought by the San Francisco mail steamer Macgregor:— London, December 5.— Aavkes received here etate that the journals and papers of tiie late Dr. Livingstone have arrived here on tiwr way to Zsnabar. Cameion has succeeded in roundinir the aonthem end of Lake T*n guaikua. BtIjti. December 4- —In the Biehstag to day a letter from BiBmark was read, *Tm*wm*-- ing in the name of tiie Emperor and in accordance with tiie Federal Council, that the sum for tiie maintenance of Hie German Legation to tiie Vatican is stricken out of die Budget. Deputies from AJsiee and Lorraine have sent written notices to the President of the Chamber that in view of the condition of their comxtry, they cannot serve on the Com mittee on Alsace and Lorraine Budget and Loan BQIs. Both communications were re ferred to the committee. In the course of debate on -gfrr'*'1* for appropriations for tike Federal CouncD, Her Joerg, one of tiie...

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A Bit of Imperial Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 23 January 1875

/ Bit of Imperial Scandal. Court circles smile when the Empress of Austria's name is mentioned. The scandalous chronicle says she has fled from her husband, just as the French Empress fled from St. Clond veais ago. One ni£ht the lanr havine had her suspicions aroused, attempted to enter Napoleon's room. She found the door guarded by Count Bacdach,vho would not let her funtpri using main fbice to prevent her. She became toy angry and soundly boxed bis ears, not only once or twice, but until she could from sheer fatigue no longer lift her hands' She spent the rest of the night in packing imiil-*^ and the next morning took -fr** early train fcr London, where she stayed only a day or two before going to Scotland. The newspapers, gravely told us that grief at the loss of her only sister (to whom she was ten derly attached) had rendered change of scene desirable, and, therefore, her Majesty had gone to Scotland. When she Quitted Paris her avowed intention was never to return *ggjr\ and sh...

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