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CLERMONT. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

CLERMOST. Jama She Mtfier.ilnrjnc tte w«fc *aa tan. showery, but not much rain has 6B«n. It aspean to be dearin^ np now. TjycotBinir mammal (trrtiant ate cnaisx for'twaaeata. BimmiB lively. 13-e roads are gt»O, aaf

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Opening of the New South Wales parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

Vpeaing cf the tie* South Walet Ptrilament. Wk are indebted to the idndan of apaaaao gerbytheBakintfaaforaatipiaraedrriianthe .^d»V M^mma BenM oS»^on Thursday week, containmg a copy of the GoreraaA opening Speech on that Say. It was read by tBEiodlencyinperaoB,atidiattas£aows.— 'aaoBDBAnu CxKnxaanDi oc tse TjwajMT* hye Coranx, aan Gsjnxsaoiv or the l&GSsuxm JassBaon-v, — 'L I have eafB yon toeeOter at the earnest eonvemeaapto after the eaneral election, in order OK proviann maybe mde fia- the services of Govecamett wEaontdetri mentto the jolEc interest, sad to enable you 'S. Aa'^fafcaimHr tlttte taatness of the session now opened should be confined to a iMsyaialirely abnrt jieriea, yia tbe TJearnf ^aAaBBBnt ftesjs' nvsBnToanfreneB an'awJnonnt tiaaejor theSewisB «on-r tote y«r, »« a^uustMBdtotroceed t tbe taiisinl time with any ^M tTeatsnm the , ifnTTsI slsia^ Ijk caABwtnMsatcsCsi aansTjc ?»- nooeBfLy anrcMBO. tamrajhtofelioa^lienub&welmreWMld paratnn to repeal the OD...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOWNSVILLE. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

T0WN6VILLE. January 29. TJie ifaaaner Swift yateriay started from the wharf, towing libra boats laden wife paa eanjen £or«bBUnari»l-a ateamer Victoria, thenlrmginthebay. When tteboate arrived wiftin twen^r yard, of »ie Victoria, one boat, witai thiito-three fliawai am board, op dmnal liana. Bsas «d Xfcrker, m at tennjtJngtor^caefeej^Jringlwiile, a«« aehM «angirlj«afa»ad -lnniii|iig

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The " Situation " in Hew South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

7*e 'Situation' in Hew South Wales. The following extract from the & Jt Aerate'* mail summary will asset the leader in comprehenfing flKMnesatetatetnttat colony ,- i*n»)«eneral efectknia Over, and Farfiament hasSmeaBed together for the djspatchof basanass, the datoSed bong t*e 27lh of this SBOath. 'Tho Government (ibwined a dmBun tmstaan Mr. Ommes1 motion maou tte Gover «am« jaunts aapteting the i«nase -*? she - iiiiiwi Tliiir ~ '? '- *-^^ ' I' ' m the csrryiwrfihstrescitationinOon.sutxee of the 'WholeHoDJe, she Renner Jfpealed to the miwtitaumfaw. Tte course taken by the Opposition in referenoe to the matter has teen aastasaed by a majority of the members elected; while if regard be bad to the total number of votes paued for randidstw who professed approval of Mr. CoonuW motion, the nrepondcrsacc c£ cpaou irTasUymore eoncanawe agamat the ^position taken -a- by the Franier. AUumgh tbe geaeral eWetaon mn, p^ipa.farf npm, rt^i. ««., ah». amhn of the GoVemmanl, when brought ace...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MHLCHESTER. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

MHJjGHESTEB. Jimmrc» IntheFoiiee Coorton Tuesday, IPasOsne sue|, Mr. Beta, proprietor m' the ftioHmim f * . *— -»»^i*— ince of hit chad, nn SiMtbeaHMdaaanL*1 '* Jam* advanced, gold-eaving nuchjuery as remand Jure, QoartE-mimne ran indica tionenf decline, owing to tfc «Mt depth boat which the stoMliasa^ tote procured. ana- been, ordered to inspect and improrothe atnew and roads in this diafeict The Co-operative Butchering Company bas beaa started in xannuezne of lie chief ImtrtKTingfiBp having biaufctflaT.fiastannsi. toa^jrausrffgceg. The meeting to jeeUb- fish, the Cfe-openane Company was eWMWfnt Tteaak^laiAmaetowraJ^hasbaan *& irate .to iiie EaWr is Mwiminc *^*''*- r*^^ ' Hie oo-reenondwit and ulumam in the divDra ant of Danes r. Lunel, in aepamar rain uirea^xus. Tbc sckfcSy is. ajuriz coutzmicii, imt ste^t expeetatings ate -ntertaiwa « fl» Seep-; amldngnwgoingoB. jy^^^.^ Tne Christmas Raoe Committee live dosed their accounts by voting tb£ tobune in hand — f3J-Jtofl»Prbn»ry...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERCANTILE MORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

MEECAUTUE 1IOBAUTY. It is not uncommon, whenever Ihe credit system in commence is subjected to a strain, for welbneanmg persons to iuveudi awjainst the tEmsachofi ©f 'bus ness od any other ^p^tt? than ihuse of hard cash. Were that prmdple adopted, ft- we are told, there would be no more financial crises, and we should not hear -tf those shocks to * public confidence which, ' tmder tine existing system, pei£odica]hr .recur. It is quite *y**^»n dot if everybody bought and sold for cask -henj would ijenodishonouredtRUs, and Ac operations of speculative nnan ciers would be very much rmtailrd But yvrplf who .talk thus axe amiable *heoiist% and little comprehend tiie tre uendous consequences the practical -adoption of their principle would entail. But die fact is, that an absolnte cadi system in business is quite gnprarfirahle, soul any serious proposal to introduce it in the great commercial centres of die globe would shake society to its sery depths. There is not hand cash enough in the...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS NORMANTON. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

iwf wee rs nacBwwFi NOBMANXOK. JamarcM. Thb Jong-expected eanmW machinery arrived on.% 30th Jmuu^TUe Goli W»fea/« office h»s been Aostwyad by fiie,«H«K docn ments being burnt and only the cash aired.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTEETS—February 6. 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

THE 'CAPRIOQRNIAN.' Contests— Femnttr «. IDS. ? Undtenenfe-, _ _ _ — — -J ??in npniiiiMfnir yminiaTTifcaTiii Tii— i^iialhiM '??iliiTliliiTri rmfc TUi Tti.Tft!i^TUil«J?'*rt ' ™ 'I '5 r««M^*m#w Wiiiwiii - —lira TTwimw nn-JWaaaaHii uunii 1 1 _ J # 1M0UBI -ajhnler at I)Hlllu »»»i aaar niiiiciii«ii«u~'ri Jiii«Tnin7ii ~ Z. ??

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Bridge Question. (Countributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

The Bridge Question. ' fOnOrSmUd.) Wrm reference to the bridging OeEitzroja cannot 'be Jnenied tiiat ft is exceedingly desirable ; nor wonM the advaptageTngnUmg froin fiaidi a. lin be napcd 'VTHnaP^fBy by north side residenta. Bk taoHcy which per sitteuUv advocates only snch maasnraiss are thmi|jil, tO be IWIMllldyc to die »'-—'«???,?— ?! of B'***h nttereste will not^ m the long run, prove the bes^ even to those, who sfamd far them. A very large uniumlion of tbe residents of SocUamnfam on both aites of Om xsver wonld be direeay beoefited By snefaa -*™*™~. -^- '— ?— An— —~,M~»»— ^.Ty be ?indirectty gainers. At present it is imponable to work the river traffic economically, owing to the huge pro portion of the revenue awaOowei op in waces Ear men on the pint and ferries snA oSar inrifental and wonttnt gxpeosee. Una, if Jawinr 'Issiairl ^BwkaiU t. __ ? for the rwWrartami of the bridge which, should tea very considerably sung wife the present niiMtfnfsi Im 11 character at thatfaaSc. The...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Extraordinary Lick Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

The Extraordinary Lick Trust ? The most remarkable auction sale of which itt5tory gives us any account has just been held in San Francisco. A portion of die nnmense estate of James lick, given to trustees for public uses, was sold for $2,000,000. Toe residue was withdrawn for disposal at a future day. . The time would appear hardly favourable for die sale of real estate, and yet a snfficipnt sum has already been realised to accomplish all die specific purposes contained mthe ^?ii1»nw^in^f'y deed by which, this pubuc-spuited ***t^y rednced *''~ -tr 3 few months ago, fiom vast opulence to a position of simple ease. James lick is a native of Frede riefcsburg, Pennsylvania, who learned the trade of piano4ttakmg in Philadelphia in the eariy years of fius oentnrr. Having taste for i^venttrre, which was wtfhhnB' not incompatible willi gi'efit if^T^^i'j and thrifl, be went to Sonth America, where be passnl several years engaged in any business which ofiered, some limes vnqhmfr pianos, soroe...

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Mad Bath is New York [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

= Had Bafts la Mem York Bv the New .York journals of the 5th November we itsmi that a. peculiar and disastrous occurrence took place on Sunday evening, the 4th. A drove of wild Texan cattle were on their wav to the cattle inaA«=^ and escaped from their the streets and avenues of New York, mi^niwBng and injuring men, women, and children, and diftusing terror and absolute onrst filiation Some thirty-three persons were severely iiijuitid. Toe scene is thus described : — *? About half-past 7 o'clock a bull came ^*jt»'»g down &oadway from the direction of Ganal-street, pur sued by a large crowd of yeHing lads and foolish men. The bull finally broke from his rnrrenprs m Chambers-street, and was seen to make his way towards the city. Half a detachment of police sanifd out of the hall, and made an en of die ordnance police drove him into the large «*ham«'«^ grass plot on Ihe west side of the park. Here the bull began to gra^q* upon the fresh grass m a most mere, no doubt; but an att...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Pious Dissipations. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

Pious Dissipations, There area greatmauypibuspeoplewho look nidi suspicion upon most popular amusements and are TTK^m*»d to regard the playhouse as a den. of iniquity. The precise grounds upon which thev do this they would hare ranssderable difficulty in stating. ? So far as-thedieatre is con cerned their knowledge is of the slightest, many of them only knowing that it is a wicked place — this is their way of patting the matter, not oars — because they bare been told so, probably by people who are as ignorant on the matter as they themselves are. They Jarely Enter a building devoted to the interests of the drama, and it is to be presumed that when they do this they are actuated by a spirit of inquiry and not by any desire to obtain carnal enjoyment- At the same time it is a feet that they seem to greatly relish the majority of the few entertain ments which they witness, and they have been known to find excuses for paying second, third, and even fourth visits to naughty haunts. Perha...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Curious Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

A Curious Dream. (Tram Ot Contai «win-.) Perhaps the most carious specimen of aader our notice ?was this -one. TJie subject ros a boy of thirteen busoy employed during the day and devoting Ins -evening to ftedass-TDom. To allow tiipe for sts&y 'he sxosc &sHy and retired late, never wasted a moment, denied himself everything in the shape of recreation, and with the exception of his walks between the school-room and his place of business, took no exercise. The --!?«-??: he attended were formed in great part of adults, all of whom had much wore leisure than htmvtif^ and most of whom were merely renewing their acquaintance with former reading; yet the boy managed to keep abreast of the very best of his class mates. Ofcotnse such exertions could not be made by a mere child with impunity. Alter six or seven months of them, he became subject to a singular malady. He never left his books so long as his eyes would keep open. When they refused to labour longer he retired — to ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

/&-«---. l« \\StaknisStftimf ' \\ ifittr. if K'EW SdXUEB DEAPEEY. 6TEWAET * LUCAS HAVE LANDED, ex MABTABAN, DBGAPOUS, 9ASU5G BOWMS, and SUFFOLK, KntETY-ONE PACKAGES o» G3E5TEEAX DEAPEEY, EVERY NOVELTY DOW W02H, 1U.OT WHICB AEE HAEKBD VEST CHEAP. Country Orders premptiy attended to, PiXTEBKB EO£ITABDII- EoST FCEE. STEWAET AKD IOCA6, EasrSnosgr, EOCKHAMPTOE. niABlES F. CBI F F fi, ^J Fsxsar fimim^i asm WBaoisAUi afcoeoca; ia -baatn»1he punB: Cm- the -vwy Ebend snpport accorded to him daring (be ?s XBn yvKOf skbbu Una opponunuy vt drawing aWiration to the many advantages uuiawJ by bis ystoblhmmpnt, the best of rto^nd in cental Qqeeadand. Tae PrSPENSrSTG DEPAETMENT is nndertheiyrjalsaperranonof the Priacipal, ?who has » Certificate of QnaGfication from the Queensland Medical Board, and who baa had ? larger experience in dsmensblg than any other psnun in Bockbampton. AID Praaorip tions are made np by himself or a thorougmV competent «iiiHur, one of whom wff be found an the Prenri...

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Frightful Murder at Lyttelton. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

Frightful Murder at Lytteiton. fComMmmbmt tftke JxcHomd Stur.l Axmfnlnuirda-, oomnrittedat LvttdtaneE Saturday evening, January 9, earned the greatest extite»ent in all das** of Ike ws» mmuty. On die date named a aid named Isabella namn left her home. Bam-era ^_3sy, In purchase tickets (or the made, and ?Was bat m aim at half-past fin. Her body was found at a quarter mat fix,, Uy two boys, lyiiu inside the fence of lie Es». F. P*adert paddock There were evidences of a fearful struggle. Tin dottles were dragged from the lower part of bertwdy. BrIhi was burst open fcwn tiie waist, and her throat cot from ear to «ar. The body was identified by her {after, who is a shipwright employed by Mr. Hawkins. Evidence has hem given that a man ma grey shirt was Been going in tiie direction of the railway station. The comraotionin Lyiiel ton wag great AH bus ness was stopped. It has been proved 'that a man answering to -the description was seen tearing the train «t Bestfccote Valley, ta handeblood...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daintree. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

The DeiBtree. A «bzit deal has been writtes, mneh tis. been sam, and stul more imagmed about tie ? splendad cedar scrabsof tie Daintree. Per JtapBtiaezsBowi&goetsnB, obtained favwa one who hu vaitsd itbe district wrUi the ooject of estsHishinehim»eU there, may be interestingto those who Save shares Sn tunber, veaturesand others. The first proceeding of our infor mantwas to ^i ^m»^» fie approaches of the srtUfflOTit, sad he found that vessels of ljght dranght could enter the river and proceed abont three mflet up it. Tmswaseofiraatis- - factory, nut it urfortunabsly bappenstiiat&B first point at winch tiie tunber consnenoss is ntnaterl at a dstsnee of ten miles from the mbuti of the river, consequently the logs have to be rafted down to tie vessels, ». process The cedar scrubs «-»*wm) for suestaasted distance of twoity4velmleii,borderisg on very abauovwans'. The greatest difficulty would appear to lie in the position of Die timber. Wen tbe country nator merely trndtda...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Northern Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

northern Kerns. By tie s.s. Blackbird we have late northern P*Tt?a»iio«. BermU, of tbe SSti instant, says.-— 'NotntinUoaine tbe small manner of men coming down Irani the diggings, and tie general dabes of tie tmee/fiie Leich bardlias carried away on nor last tep Muti, overaxthonsaodotmcaiofBDia. Wensder stand that the hanks boB about fifteen hundred ounces, purchased since herdepar tare,therjroceed£r-rinar-iIlypfti»Sormanby Everyone eneagedin bouseteeping in Coot town is aware^&edifficnUytiiatbaiibiaHTto enormomirateof wagsspaid to the fewtiat have ventured so far north. We are glad to beabkto state that within a short tame tie drawback in qneitiaD w3l be to a certain extent remedied. A vessel is now om the voysgerrom England to Xownsvnie; auxsigut other passengers are one buiidred and twenty single woman. We are informed on good authority ttat one half of Hie above are to be forwarded to Cooktown, where -we bam DO doubt they will form a very wdcome additicn tothepopolatum. ...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD., MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

I STATION, GARDEN. & FIELD, j UEHOKiJ£a-A FDR FEBBtTAilK. As eooa«s the vesOier penults, a good deal of worit will reqnire to he done in the kxtcben guy^fM jp printing imd sdwids yajn for tii£ winter arpfly of vegetables. At present, wnue &fi ram contiaaeff to keep 4E, aB' tfcts. can lie done i» to eet the anmTreadF. so that there may be no delay when the desired change comes. Celery seed should be sown at once, where itcan be shaded and watered. Choose a plot of rich earth, in a shady place if possible, or where artificial akade an be msdeovErit, and after making ready sow the seed thickly for transpUnting when strong enough. A good sowing of cabbage and cauutWeraeed should now be put in for the general crop, bat do not occupy time and ground winu broccoli, for it does not enit tiae cEmste. A tew peas may tie put in at the eadiestaBlvenknce, and it woutl be as well topntinafew rows each of several kinds, at Towards the latter end oE fte anst tie first sowing of radi...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK, [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

H0TE8 {Mi THE WEEK, f Odb new Governor seems to be enjoying a week of repose after hia lengthened vpyagBs aad (zsrals. Tbe metropolitacu appear to' hsvemlmost nmwad in their ?dmatton tt tiie Bsfaeonta men. To us, wfao acedistsBfe ? nrtffrtjwr of the recent o-remnnin ?- 1«-t. uOonditiM; good citizen, of Brisbane have made tte eommon mistake of poopje tt ?bn^y^narxxd democntic prodiriSes^ttm TjcBBoessbwlieenalitUeoVerdone. A Got nocatios Buuraet to the BarracontuoMescnse &e coinage), was appropri»te enouft, hob -rben followed by » Citizen'a Bannnstto be in time wiwwdwl by a ban, these aSarttons mx^havebeconeKmiswbttwransaine. - Ha -At Home' an board tiie Banwonta,wu tiie return compliment from the officers and men, but tins entertainment was (Barred br tie wether, and1 H.U.'* gauant tm tmi tir tiie occasion to make their 'home' ashote. rtisooraolatttTvtoUlieTtiantVr h^^.1^. - not given any indication tint he intends to rJaytte^ofj'-poDttlarGovernor.' JJaae isnodonhtttatHiiEllr...

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Calliope. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 February 1875

Calliope. [fbok odb owk ooBBEarasmsT.] As a mminc comniimity we are nnder a dond. Of all the promising qnsrtz reefs in work a short tame ago, bnt one remains at work. The qnestion nstairaliy arsjes — What is tile canse -rf thiB state of afiairs! are tie reefs worthless! or, has tire gold ran out! I can safery answer 4hsc the reefs wooM be considered rich nm pertaes in more favoured districts ; but &re they are worthless, and will always be so tall ^ifdtmk machinery js placed on the ground, and stone crushed at a reasonable rate. All the claims on the Harp of fiin Beef are regis tered frr nrr Trnnrffiii the mineEs preferring to let their claims be nnworked to raising stone nnder tbe present unsatisfactory state of- a&irs. The present cost of crushing ami; -arting from Kelly's Golly is abort 35s. per ton; from other reefs in tie neighbourhood : the same or perhaps more. Time to eive up, or register, I opine. The alluvial has received a fair share of attention lately, b...

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