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THE ADVENTURE OF PADRE VICENTIO. A [?] OF SAN [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

the adventure of fadbe vicehho. a. UEQUB1) OF SA*T &SAHC1BCO. Oss pleasant Hew Tear'. Ere, about tarty yeats ago. Padre Ticaaio ma slowly picking ins way across the sand-hills from the Mission Dolores. An he climbed theerest of tbe ridge beside IGssion Creek, fab brawl, efammg fine sdeht have been easilv mistaken fbrthebene noent im&ge of the rising moon, sobUnd wai its anile and so indefinite its futures. For the P«ite ra e. man of notable reputation and' character; his mmisizatiaD at the miaum of Sani Jose bad been marked with cordkUitv and. unction; he ww adored by the simple-nunded! savages, end bad fiucoeeded in mmnenag his individuality eo strongly upon them that the nrr children were aaid to have mhiwilonelv Ifpfwnhla^ fain! 111 fcfttHTCt As the holy man reached the loneliest portion of the and, he naturally pat epun to fan mule asif to quicken Oat decorous owe which the obedient animal had acquired tinouKh long ex perience of its master's hxbita. The Joeaasj ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Dally life of the Pope. (Weekly Register and Catholic Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

The Daily Life of the Pope. (fffe&r Btgittrtcr ami Cathdic Stamford.) Winter and summer, in spite of bis eighty-two years, Pins IX. rises at half past five, and dresses hiroy**^ without any assistance. He generally awakes of j hiuisflf After some prayers he goes up to one of his private chapels, where the Holy Sacrement is always preserved, and which contains some inestimable rehcs ; among others a fragment of the crib, and a large piece of the true cross, the veil of St Veronica, a considerable portion of the stall of St. John the Baptist, and some of the teeth of St Peter. He then prepares for his Mass, which he says .at half-past seven in a smallr and less decorated chapeL Towards twelve o'clock or half-past the Holy Father leaves his room and proceeds to take a walk in the garden or in the library, or sometimes in the halls and galleries. On his way he meets frmflip^ deputations, and persons ad mitted to public audiences. He blesses and fndpfo**'™**' the rosaries, 'wdals...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Petition of Orton's Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

Petition of Ottoa's Sitters. The following petition, praying for riw release of the convict Arthur Orion, has been forwarded to the Home Secretary: — '' The petition of die imriWiagnpHj Elizabeth Jury and Mary Ann Tredgett, daughters of the late Mr. George Orton, butcher and imnorter of Shedand ponies. of 69, High-street, Wapping, and sisters of die Arthur Orton who has been so much mentioned in connection with dte Ticbbome case, httmbh/ sheweth, — That die gentleman known to us as Sir Roger Ticbbome, and who was convicted in die Queen's Bench on the 28m day of February last and sentenced to fourteen years' penal servitude as Arthur Orton, is not and cannot be our brother Armur, as we have already deposed by affidavit, and have testified in everyway in our power, and were ever ready to have shown and swoni had we been called as witnesses in die late trial. That our brother Arthur was an entirely Hiffiprfnt type of person to the gentleman now in Mnujank, as your Majesty may gather fr...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

Hackay. [fboh ouk owk oorbespokdekt.1 There is not much to teD you about since I last -wrote. This is ntfaer the dull season of the year, the matter being too hot to permit of many mmiinmuwfai - m net, it takes one all one's time to keep even moderately cool with out -taimr azrvthiog. I am sure if my of our pnM.^nc mwi\A impnrtan leftjnatmgmarhinft up here they would do well out of it The wet season ie keeping off in a mOetmarvdlooB tnannpr ? this is tiie lust diy January we have had since '65. The rain keeping off has been a. most fortunate tiling Car the planters, all of whom were behind-hand *gftfti thffir f^n^ing Most of lie mills have now finished, or will finish this week; bat tiiae are a few that have yet three weeks1 work in front of them if the weather will hold op, which is rather donbtfoL We had one or two thunderstorms last week, and rain is threatening at die present time. I bcEfcv^ tLc Mjieks on the reserve on the coast, jost sooth of **«*, are to be taken in fratWi an...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOMEWARD MAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

THE HOMEWARD MAIL , SrKCE oar last Summary there bare been lev occurrences of interest. This is tiie time of tb£ year irhen the rainy season is ^tjm*^^. and few pera-le care to engage in undertakings which n Ifltriy to be interfered with by rains or floods. The season has been a very fine one hitherto. Geniala aim have fallen, and we hare been spared &£ ravaees of floods and destructive storms. JUpresent rain threatens, uncertain i^JiMfa^ Readies tiiaA sevEK fl#wnTq ?re sdloin *»? iwij^wtwl when tiie xaintr season, «b is the case this year, sets in late. Ijast year there were no great floods, and Hie probability- is that we shall also escape titem tins year. 33is event of tixemontii lias been Huamval of Governor Cairns. His Excellency met witii a cordial reception from the citizens of Brisbane, and he has already made a trip to the Darling Downs, where the people appear to Have (Eisplayed more f^iw their iwnni lenity. Of tine new Governor personally we Imcrw nothing at prese...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest from Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

Latest from Mackay. rPBOX OUE. OWX OOEEJESPOSDEKT.1 AjTQt tfrr'*T''fr*riTnr' for some t?'-p. ^™* tirn commenced -in good earnest on Wednesday iinfrj and came down as if it ny*™^ business for some forty-eight hours, during whica tone ten niches of water feiL Crashing, «f eomse. was at once stopped, and I do not sajgn&eany one will start again this season. AH the pjanfei^ with the exception of three, ? bare managed to get their crops off, thanks to tile three weeks' fine weather we have had since Chrinfrm.fi Fears were eijiiessed that the sngar crop this season would hare shovn a large -Je- ficiency, as a good many were late with Hieir CToabings in we fast instance, and *fr*n «^»me a fbrtmght'fl stoppage in December, just in the busiest part of the season. These feaca hare, however, been nnflified, -and the sugar crop for this past season vul show a ray largeincreaBe over the previous one. X3te total qoantzt^'of ^garTPxnnf?'&Br*j\itfTV*QT{\iimt**™tr especxaDy at those ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mew Governor of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

The Hew Governor of Queenslapd. The AwttrolatimL Shtdker of 23rd January has just reached us. It contains a well tt^a^i^il and asnarently faithful porbast of Mr. CaimE. The foSoving information is also supplied with respect to that^ genSeman'e career : — Mr. WBJiam Wellington Cairns, Governor of Queensland, was bom in 1S2S, and is tiie second surviving eon of the late William Cairns, Esq., J. P., of Parkmount and Bush park, county Anfacim, Ireland, and of Cuttza, m the county of Down, who had been a cap tain in HJL's 47th Foot, but retired from the army at an early age. The eldest surviving son is Lord Cairns, tile present Lord High Chancellor of England. In 1S48 St. Cairns proceeded to tiie East, with the object of qualifying himself for official employment, which he obtained in 1852, when he was ap poioted a writer in the Civil Service of Ceylon. Rising through the various grades of tire ser vice until he obtained the rank of Poefcmaster Generat Mr. Cairns took leave of absence to...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MINING SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

MINING SUMMAftr. Favourable reports from tiie Dee Copper Mine are to hand. Foot shafts are being sunk, the deepest being down 60 feet and Hie shal lowest 24 feet. In no instance has the lode been missed or the wall broken, while some very good ore has been obtained. To expedite the 'Jtilnng ft hocse-whim is about to be erected, water having been struck and having caused some delay in tiie shafts Last Satorday'eracort from MiOdMster toot 7122 czs. of goH, which, valued at £3 10a. per ojLi gives no less than £24,927. The total craahinge for 1674 vas 31,121 tons of stone, winch yielded 50,212 ozs. of gold, or more on the average than H ozs. to tiie ton. The value of tie year 6 winnings ma, at £3 UN. per OZ-, £173,743. **i'*'g operations are being prosecnted witii vigour. The prospects of Ko. 7 lady Mary, at Gympie, are continuing bright. Specimens carrying sufficient of tiie coveted metal to be banked hare recently been unearthed, and goodgold is showing at the bottom of tiie Shaft. Si...

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Late Telegrams. MILLCHESTER, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

Late Telegrams. MTTXflH KSTHK. January 29. Asotheb. person, retained from the Palmer, has put in a claim to the St. Patrick Block. A crushing of ? 4S2 tons of ston^ from this daim has just yielded 662 ozs. gold. To prevent the butchers' meat monopoly, tHif» pnispectnB of a IwmfaJ natality cctopsay. witfi a capital of £7000, has been issued. A memorial, praying for an increase to the salary off &e Postmaster at the Towexe, has been prepared, A Good Templars1 Lodge is in coarse of The erodns to *3tp Palmer still iim*'»'**s. Stone is scarce here, and a temporary stop page of tte mnls is probable. Th«* weather & cool and cloudy, with indi cations of change.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

mHE BOCKHAMPTOK' BUXJLETTK, A. pohnroeo. creyy TOumiHg at five o clock, ' paper in Oentzal *»***^ 3«ort&£d Queensland, fnaddttiou to Lrnblmirlliy local news, tie readers of the Bcileek me provided with the latest telegraphic and otiier intenigencefromall parts *rf tie wodd. Metropolitan mwl official news is catered for by a special correspondent' ststtooed at Brisbane, and. y.mmgpfi»ftni^ are in progress for securing canespondenis in every important town in tie colony. As an admitted to be second to no journal in the colony. Subscription, in advance, 15s. per quarter, or £2 19s. per annnm TO O0EfiESPO^1-EKTS. : AxsweE to enigma in our last issue — 'WheeL' subscriptions are payable in all cases, in ad vance, and thai, when forwarded for any fa*r»Ti less ^iian twelve wHMpfihSj s4ip charge is at tie rate of six ^Fffiingft snA sixpence per

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CONTINENTAL. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

COXTIKESTAL LoNIMK. Janosnr^fi. The King of the Belgiacs is dowfy re coving. Garibaldi has been enthusiastically received atBome. The Sultan oi Turkey has consentea to the ferial of the rioters at Montenegro before mixed tribunals.

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OBITUARY. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

OBITUABY. LoNDOK. Jaanarv S6. The Ber. CSiarks Eingsfey and thfiCoontese of Carnarvon are dead.

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CHINA. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

CHINA. EfviioK. Jaxtaarv-^fi. the young Emperor, in bis nineteenth year.

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BRIGHT ON DISESTABLISHMENT LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

BRIGHT OS DISESTABLISHMENT. Lassos, January 26. Mr. John Bright las addressed* a Jarge puohc meeting at Manebester, advocating dis estoblishment of tbe Church of England.

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ITEMS PEE TORRES STRUT MAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

ITEMS PEE TORRES STRAIT MAIL. The following mteresbng ife^Hi of European and Eastern news have reached us by teVe The Bev. Dr. Burdon bas been installed as Bishop of Victoria, in the room ef Dr. Perry. The steamer Japan, bomid from San fas Cisco to HonskonjL has been burnt at sea. Oat of four hundred and -Sgnty4hree (4S3) passengers, only one hundred ami sevaiteai -irflweresa»ed. The steamer Mrmgo bas also been last Tbe Alaska, a^ which was stranded daring a typhoon at Hongkong, has been safely A bill has been introduced into tie National Assembly at 'Versailles, to render aD natives of France liable to military service. . Universal conscttptiaa is being carried out bSaa.

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TRANSMISSION OF TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

TRANSMISSION OF TYPHOID SEVER. It is bat a few years since it was die eastern to appoint, oy &&^-u ptodama taOBf days for special fauiiiiliation and prayer, m die hope of thus initialing tbe scmity of fatal epidemics. Neatly i\ a quarter of a century ago, Lord ' Palmeketon, in reply to some memo rialists in Scotland praying fordieset iranoriteh/ informed diem that file remedy for pestilence was die cleansing of their cities rather than appealing for a special interposition of Provi dence. Tins remark excited a tremen dous hubbub at the moment; but even some orthodox Christians have since come to the conclusion that Lord Palmekston was right On the theory that dirt and nncleanliness are the sources of epidemic di^a^ it dearly becomes the Christian's duly to live cleanly as well as pray. Indeed, to exist amongst tiie filth and reeking abominations of our great cities is to fly in the lace of Provi dence, and to pray for health under such circumstances is Ijfrri** less ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

, '' STEAM TO LONDON. DIRECT FEOM 6TDKEY. Hi-1 100 Al at Lloyd's, 3KB Too* Register. SOD OatftmnB-d, J. C Jutom, *v— ?— — ?— — WHI be dispatched from SYDNEY DIRECT toijOPBOsT-Joat «te sudd- of MABGB, 1876. this noble nan- aTwh-oat exception flie largeet and finest -h—J^r-.-. -Jlj-fa4-J to ***?—? -=- and is — 7—*— » b_b the TOyagein 4SDAY& sand bentttbs pioneer of ».fireet Doe of «tesm ' jwiinmwaUim feetwemSfoi-y a-lba-on, lfce attention of lnniMLlnri _i«a n fi-tenliriy dmctadtD&e ttvmin-te-ffor- family m yuw 1— nd. Far rates of freight, paatage, and «Bw pariu-b^amriyto JOHN FBAZEE fc CO.. Sydney; or, ' JOHN HEADEICK & CO, FOE~ LONDON DIBECt! TO ABBIVE IN TIME FOE MAY SAGES. i'KA. mHE CLIPPER BABftDE ^tw'y^ SUFFOLK, E. S. Bikbd, Q— — lander, Al 13 YesrMepec-1 survey) at Lloyd's, J3To. 1020 Zfc--F* Mtguttr, 1874k) g76TooB Bfpiftm. lTowantbefaecl-iar LONDON DIBBCX. Xfan mkndia vessel b» been reoenfly refitted at llutflbn, _id u in Stst-cUs oder. ShehM now i-n-t ...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." JANUARY 30, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

THE 'CAPRICORNIAN.' Coktests— Stxatsr 30, 1875. 4«CtoSv%Hr turn ta_»=i_u'i__5'- ^ Camel ToftaP&eBijajS'aen— ; a-Bin uimmHiw ?'..?yiniHin. aan-anrtoirftfa- ?tattteBni — — _ . __ _? *7 ?gtewaa**— ? i.' ?? _ _ _ _ _ n S_S2_ = _ = ?_?-_ S KnMU _____ n Maa*bi_,asiaartea:-*_B__z_ _ n MimmiMMij _ _ _ _ _ g Ti.iii.iiTrT.nTniii _ _ _ _ s»»56 £2__a_£_2S_ _ E = S ar_3K-ffi_«-__k = - - 5 cSSgiSr^ _ _ _ _ ~ |

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OUR LADY'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

OUR. LADY'S LETTER. j Ik this, the dullest of dull months, I fear yon wiE come badly off for news. The American papers most be grea&y pressed, forinstead of j a gigantic gooeeberry or wilnuttbey bavea na^rcnb abont a mackarel winch weighs 300 poundB ' Cnde Sam can go ahead of the Britishers in the way of paragraphs, that iscertain. ANewTwk paper abo givesan account of a battoon ascent at CSnnnrmw A bridal party went np in this bajxm, and at a distance of a mile above Hie earth the happy pair were ranted—* Imly canons proceeding, if true. Some of onr London journals beat the account as a myth. Dear Cousin Jonathan, how is it tint you are not to be relied on; We may even try to swallow the mackarel asa Un, mature bat tie wedding in the skies is too much for us to bolt In this gloomy season of tie year folks seem to have a mania for getting married among the eGte of society, judging from the number of ear weddings which have lately occurred. I motion this merely for the sake of...

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BRISBANE. January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 30 January 1875

BRISBANE. January 22 H.M.S- BimcontsivasattheBMtttboftbe ziveratfive o'clock this afternoon. ttisex pected that the official landing wiU takejolaee to-morrow rooming at eleven o'clock. Bthe captain is willing, the Barracoota, will come up to file wharf. In aiiljripaljnn of the Governor's arrival, tmsmeas was iiy»l«J this morning, but the Barracoota not being reported in the bay, many o£ the shops were opened in th« after noon. The Ipswich volunteer rifle corps have arrived. The men look welL and they have a splendid band. January 23. Business was entirely suspended to-day, aD -tile warehouses and shops being dosed from 11 o'clock raffl 2 in the afternoon. H.M.S. Barracoota came op the river, and lTii'lui*'^ uujneite GoiwuTnn^nt House, and at * quarter before 12 o'clock the Governor left tile ship's Bide in a small boat, daring a salnte fired irom the vessel. The volunteer artillery replied frem tiie shore, and Bis Excellency, on landing, was received by Sir Maurice O'Cormeu (the Act...

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