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HOBART TOWN. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

HOBABX TOWS. JannarrML Dagvorrh having aeverely bnrt bas lee, has been acuUJied for aS events at thefaitb coanag race meeting. Xbeane&rtheCBp m aow tnaoAoeA m

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. CAPRICORNIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

CQVMEBC1AL Capeidoksuu Office, Friday Evening. BoHnerss during tte week has bsenauiat m wiiofaseale ctrdn, wliufi nie rpiimni trewite, which last week was dull, has sughtly im proved in tone. Several teams iefttowm in the eany pan of tne waec wan station snppDes, .snu engagenienbi tn Tssflu^y made st ennent rstcfi, tnere nuug plenty of carriers in town. Over €17 bales of wool save been received since last Saturday, and advises have beastiiiisaswiof over 300 on tte road to town. TheioBsaring rates of carriage are supplied:— To n**-*** £10 sod 211 return; to SpringsmT, £M to £Ueaaaw»y;toTambo,S30to£21,sad£13 to£l4ret«m;teBlaekslJ, 421 to £2*. and £1S to £17 return. There is vary EHfe to report in tte stock and station nmrkete. A few sales of stock: have oetBi mn'^*^t'**L|™ m^* vesk ;st - — — * rates, bat netting of any importance. The following auantitjn of weal 'have been received in town during the wxeK.— _^W. Beidja-dCo.:S0 bales, CC;38 bales, ^BVV. anilL C. Tnonson : 85 bales, PE ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAUNCESTON. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

LAtJNCEsrcrar. B!b1M umm .j A Arebbisfaop Folding, accompanied by fhe Boman ^-J'Ji» bitaops ot MaJOand and Bofasrt Town, base arrived here.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

HEUWHIBm Februarys. Bobmson for appealing to a member of Hie nominee Guunber to Isrm a Ministry, and Illl Ha-llllllasJI and sees gmaiderable diffirrrttifr in tiw Go swilflr^TOMirfcrgn. Oj^wntramer and Co. hare been fined £100 fof IBtnortaaag IpdiBUtjaXt f't^lf*^ 73tfr ^OOQS were also forfeited. Mr. Service has eent a sufaserintion of £100 to «rei3tt^IW-ar«5* office, to start ? ^nd for tbeTe&f of aufcro by tie late bod. Dave White has been ordered, under the Ei {olsun. of Criminals Act, to leave Oe colony AeoBfennoe of astronomers wffl probably be held en ti» 23dl Fehmary. February 6. O^aoeB was brongat np at tte Mke Court to-day, and^^mnaed, baa being ffHiafHi tiie *'— H^J*^1^J*1*^ of a railway from ft ' ** %\ to Staweu, a flin*— nr of *i^rf«pw nnleB, haa been accepted. Tbe amount of tiie tender is £57,000. Februarys. The ketch Secret h« arrived here witti fhe captain and crew of -be British bsrune Bfan oSier»,bormafaom Glasgow toSyan%-. Tbe captain report* the wreck of bis ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOOWOOMBA. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

TOOWOOMBA. Febnarya The ejectment action bronght by the Govemmont against Mr. VTieaUtwaa con daded on Sajmiay mght The mat was brooght to eject the dSendant from - oon ditional jmrchase aefcation nnder the Act of 1868. A verdict tor the Onvn was idven on «n tte cosntiioftbe J—t.^t^^^ Jtfa^ngh ft transpired that tte conditions badbeen evaded in ?*—-. J-~» wrch mstractiaos fiss tteCokoialTrBSSiirer.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Conflagration at Cronstadt. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Conflagration at Cnnstedt. An alarming conflagration broke out in CronstadL It appears dial on Sunday night, October 18, about & o'clock, a kerosene lamp was overturned in a small wooden boose in die Novopavtosky streer, dose to die port of Omnsradt, and set die place on fire. Before die firemen could «wjove, half a dozen neigh bouringhonseswere in the femes, and so strong was die wind that all efforts to extinguish diem were useless. The fire spread with extraordinary rapidity into the heart of the town; and nearly every house being constructed of wood, die manual fire engines and water barrels of the fire brigades were of no use whatever. At 1 1 o'clock, Vladeemeersky, Uyssokie, and Rokovie streets, with the Pertyvoioks or sub-streets connecting diem, formed one vast sea of flame. Telegrams were sent to St. Petersburg for aid, but alri»''gh several brigades were sent by rail to Orarrienaanm, die town on die mainland a mne tram the Bland, me waves were so wild that they cou...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. February 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

IPSWICH. Febmanrlt. TfarMcsascameonuvtriatto-dsir. Only aemn ot Hus defendante wen indidsd, inelnd ingMr. O'Snllinn. atmeted by Mr. Chnhb, axnaned tortile ?rose- cation, and lltianlii Bake and Bed for the detence. AH fj|£ if— iiiFHf was oedtnied in empanell ing Che jury. The evidence baa been gone into this afternoon.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Murder and Suicide from Jealousy. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Harder and Suicide from Jealousy. At Plymouth, Devonshire, a bonder, named William Thomas, and his wife, Amelia Matilda, had for some time passed unhappy lives, to which die They resolved to separate, and iM^iif^ to the office of the Town Clerk, who is also a practising SQucttor, and a tdns% joT so&otor knowing Thomas to be a man of property, urged a more snfrMautial allowance than he would assent to, and Thomas repaired to two odier solicitors to have die deed drawn, but' with a otnilaT result. In the afternoon Wrs Thomas calkd to see the Town Cert, and while »?itmg for him her husband r-aiw^ bringing die deeds widi him, and asked if his wife was there- He was shown np to die room, and after they had talked a few 'Amfa-gj so far as was heard angrily, Thomas iriiiedj went direct to a enflerfs and purchased a razor. He xe&sned down 00 a chair beside his wHe. She had, hi his absence, told one of dze derks that her hrrehanH had threatened to win away all his property fm...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"The Patent Champion Excavator." [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

'The Patent Champion Excavator.' Visrqbs at the last spring exfcibmlna of tte National Agricultural Society wfll remember a brief trial on the lower part of the ground of a ?—«?» intended to *~ aa-t» tfceexcava tisn of soil upon station with a view to the erection of dams. Attacked to a pair of llshri fine bones it 9011 tbnmgh the ordeal satisfactoray, sad favourably impressed the spectators wife its powers. The intro duction of tin excavator to Australia is dse to Mr. Samuel M-Osugtay, «f Goomong, Urana, Biverina, who net with it a few ro- mths 9& on An ovnlaaA tap timatigji flte United States. Mr. M'Caugbey at one re cognised tie value of the mventuxi, and made arrangements wttt. the rmprietorfoVpstenting it throughout tie wnolTof these ooloniest Tins has been done, and to Mi— ii Jos. WiWhw sad Co agrienUsral «inH— IMI * makers, of this aty, has been given the sole right of maiinfaiJaring the same and of arranging with oilier firms for its manufacture on royalty. Orders fo...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CLERMONT. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

CLEHMOJTX FebrnarrS. The mnnicipal electiom took place to-day. Mean ^rftay, Eileen, Iahbert, Sted, and MnOin ware »ie snocossfoJ csoaidst«. AiCopperaiidftistandidatai ejected were Messrs. Sid and Heard. The w«athertt-dayii fine, tat dandy. The reads are good.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHARTERS TOWERS. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

CHABTEES TOWEES. February & AahoeKngCMeot in&nlaCHte haaocenned liere. At a magnrtenallnqmry WS on iwj._ into the menaiaUiajea attendmg ^btB «f an iataa*, *fce eridenee of Dr. Scaifenberg went to prom *at *to 'dUd was ttiat anflbotiaD m ttc cause of death. The body was fonnd ai caqat, with . atone attached by me»«t a «tnng The Doctor said that imflhnfbon bad been cuiedfay prearared ^ SMeniSoijton attaches to a woman names Margaret Worts, and ahe will be brought op on a -charge of iroirder when convalescent. Tben bn been, time V «te»dy am ben, and all the crashing man itsre stopped work.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bush Fires ia Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Bush Fires in Victoria. The metropolitan and provincial journals of the sister colony are filled with accounts of very disastions bust fires, which have not only burnt up die feed in die various localities whop they occurred, bnt have destroyed tfie home steads of many smail settlers. A case of supposed spontaneous combustion is reported from Casnemaine : — The residence of Mi. House, engineer to the Shire of Newstead, was burnt down, nothing being saved. The cause of the fire is unknown, but from the fact that the fire was first seen in the shingles on the roof, it is conjcrtinrri that the excessive heat of the sun set the dry wood on fire. The progress of a bush fee at Wedderbnm is thus described by a correspondent of the Age: — The atmosphere was iaden with a thick smoky vapour, and as the enarcUng fires approached each other the heat became almost suffocating. The thermometer recorded no- in the shade, and it became quite evident that alllmng things would soon have to prove thei...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Murder by the Blacks at the Laura. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

The Harder by the Blades at Hie Laura. ImzLUGESCE (saysthe Oootlotcm Conner) was ' received on the morning of the 21st to the H effect thatan attack was nude by the blacks to considerable force on the 18th, at the I«ora river, and two men speared- -one fatauy. The unfortunate man who met his death was but recently sent op from Cooktown for the par pose of repairing the boat intended to work on the lanes crossing. The following are Ihe particulaz8 as (»«~»1 from the men on the snot at the time:— Bernard M'Adam was making a fire for tea, about sondowii, on Monday, aie ISsh, being camped on the Cooktown side of the Brat enesing of the tanxaBiver, when he received a spear wound through his thigh. On looking round he saw a lane mob of Uses* (about 100) close to tdmTXTpon 8ns he rushed to his cent and seised ms carbine, and almost immediately afterwards a man named John Michael Blair, who had come up to repair the boat, ran into the tent, speand through the sman of the back; he just otter...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Late Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

The Late Railway Accident As accident which probably cannot be dupli cated in the annals of railway disaster, so far as the cause is concerned, occurred ou Monday evening to the team running from Toowoomba to Warwick. As tin train, which conastsd of a saloon car, two -MHinwsite carriages, a brake van, two horse boxes, two sheep vans, and an open waggon, was apeedinir atom; about three nnUs past the CamhooyT station it was struck by a blast of wind of hurricane force. A storm of wind, rain, and hafl was raging, aad such jralite strength that heavy forest tress in its track were uprooted, and on striking the train it literally lifted the carriages bodily off the line. Fortu nately at tins spot the line was level. Bad the gust assailed the train but a lew minutes later, the carriages would have been traversing an embankment about twelve feet high, broken in one place by a culvert, and the whole train mast inevitably hare been precipitated to the bottom, in which case then is no doubt m...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Bboeet Smbtt .— A bandy smash.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Tmtextawmeh ?*-!-— i people Gke the

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPENING OF THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT-THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. LONDON, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

OPEKTSG OF THE IMPERIAL PAKLIA MEKT— 3HE QUEE5TS SPEBCT loswMc, sfebtimy G ParSament was opened by OonmnsBon yesterdav. XheBojal Speech expresses sabsEscbon at the continued ***=*'?**-*: of frkuddup on the part of the iscat Sstopean Powen, aad trusts tsat the peace viD nemaic he braken. Considering the important principles in wived, and tfee vide diiugence of opmmn -iximii*ail at liie Bnu.aeLt ^11^111^ ber' Majestrg CuiamueutharadecEned to send a represattatneto-fhe adioamed sating of the (yTlW,-~ hJJ it St. PaaalMl)!. The ??»-gn»ifji of rw ASanso is anskr consideratian, and an. early deoaon will be v»oniDX ecbrt beine made for ifce suppression m HilH 1 m atI** Will S0Q& De ILUSOSl Satis&ctiotiiEala-expieEsedattiiea2meable Japan, dnenV tinmujl tiae insttamentam?- of the British GoRnment E k fnroaer stated that &e eessam of iian is necessary to bar isajesVs Paease '^'^'last-nar feslated to have been a proB pemas and jaiauesriie one m the United Smsdan^aadiiiea...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Uackay. [FBOSl OC3L OW2, COSS^SFDSBEST.l The ofiioe of Alderman has evidently no attractions for any of the ratepayers— at any rate, at the present time- The ~-..iyM|--- day was duly mnnounced, and the hour came — but not the men ; there not being even ar smde candidate lor the vacant seats in the Councfl. I suppose Una aiay be aeeouste! for by the fact that the Corporation is in* hopeless state of asmecumoaity. Un e*fle kas innocents they listened to the dasaible promises of Macalister-listeneu, sad oebendT But tiaey found, to their cost, when the tine for the fnlfilwrnt of those premises of sa ample loan arrived, that Mr. sCaeaSster being fasted, and nattered on a northern tour, and Mr. llacanster in his Brisbane t&tx, were twt- very afferent . bemas; and the promised loan eeemn as far off as ever. Benee the public apaSiy. . fhf 0ddfel]ow8 have nearly completed theiV newbaB, a fine brick buiMing seventy feet by twency^eren, it wnl be found very useful for public meetings, ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. LONDON, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

mmiEBfuT LraaK. Febraaryfi. TranV in wnniVn riinn nfi I|M is dnU, and the ??'M''j for wool is nSHgmfii mf XBe stock fer«nj for the coming aaas is UBfiW iBlesof AastmBan. TbetaDDwmarketiEdidL lantton kwarai £42. and beef £41 per tan. The copper market is macbanged. neas^imeaBanin leas demand m the provinces. Bsflelaassxmi.ane^tmEwiBV out bone, k worJh6-d. per B). (Fro» tfe AiaMsse Asm) GsDBGxrowsv Jaaaary 9Sl A €-cwt speaaaea ban Body Creek has yielded «oaneo5 of gold. From the Victoria reef, 36 tons fas omahed 57 oaaees of rfd. Twentv^isU tons fnsn the Dan OBonaeB cbam haavaddrdfioaanstof add. Acrash ing of 3t tons from the BauautiBj haafssv ?. Y, ,.mT 4ff JMI|ijijmi jJ mJil aTaaas»«ss«laWliaill ? ? LIUJH gold hwe been obtained from * enndnng of 56 Ivjde ehme fimn tine tiie F-vpft dazm. 53» GObcrt Erirr Cwni mi *- r»; fn^*[™***fc*T*pJ i»A on Jannarj-aQ, amdiliee ate ahsa^WOixBs t qasxiziiLi-attVBrtL FehnBiy 1. Teasfeaifay htmi% the tfada -toed t-ro Tiifav^fi Hi i^iiiis*'* — mto «abe...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Later Telegrams. MILLCHESTER. February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Later Telegrams. Febroaryli THE ^f|— '»j*j^^*Ji»Y»m '*T«J''t*'^— At Tough's Hacbtse.— Xo. . 3 AI— — *— _ 1SI ton stone yielded 363 ozs. gold. So. 3 Rainbow. 55 tons stone -ridded 90 us. Manpris of Lome, S3 torn stone yielded At the Vexes »imm— Vn 2 St. Pafaj,^ IK bm. stone yielded 231 on. Same mf, W teas janadacatoiie yielded 282 Ms. Washington pmnrrling chim, 3S tans pro. JniTr'T' — ScnaBMa^ssmspecnnganss, 16*ob» produced 20 am. 'Old Ideotitj-, 7 tons vuldea*4-SB. The am are frequent, and the m3k an stopped for mt at stone. Some is ready for

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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