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THE FRENCH CONSTITUTION. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

THE FEENGH C0KSTITCTI0N. Losbon, Februarr& In tbe National Assembly, the Surd nadag of Ihe ConstitnBonal Effi has been carried by 321 against 171 rates. In the division, the Eieht and Tjeft Centns voted togEthec A mat me in Beaos at once fauowed: ^^

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

rfiHE BOCKHAUPTOS BCTJ3RTTV. A pubsSsheA erexy mooring- a* fire oV3oct_ is Hie aMa± ud most viddy^cnabted news paper m Catal »nd SatU OBeadnl In additioii to Uiatmortfay load uevs, the nadas of the Bciifira are prorated iriUitiie p-rtarf^fae»wM- Mefcrop^Stm and ttSal ng— is rttu.Lil far fcy a «yeicnl comttpoudent StSQOBfiA ?tuBUE, *aa9H. 9HXSg^BUDlS IK fffqyimpQilmttB'gg in .the cdoor. Ab an yfr'-**™? faten i i—l to no joaanfzix Ok colan-. BoitfcdptiaB. m Advance, 13a. per quarter, or £?» Mb. per iobe. TO OdBSESrOKDEKlSl iiy ThImmBi^ iImwHihw. are ramodcd fint y^ii»ji 'i^jnnt acs {vuuc m ??11 cube m tA *- ??—*?_ sh laasatfc, -ilits Cut ? juied. fin? my tEs)o*ibal«Aeaiiixh,tteda9 s aUhe xafeof six skflEogsaad mpenceper o—rier.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE FRENCH CONSTITUTION. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

THE FBEKCH CONBnTDTIOS. Imsvos, Fehmarpt. Tbe Satanal AssemUy have pagaedalan empoweting the President at any time, wiii tiie advice of the Senate, to diasolve tiedec tire branch of tiie Legidatirre.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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OBITUARY. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

OBTTUAKE. Lbupoit. fdiiuii 4. eosnpeaer and jaunst la dead. He was aa intimstr ftwwt «f afrnJAanlul, andaathnref 'Panaiaa,1' ' The ifaiy Wives rfWmosor,' and etber pomdar maaical overtures and csnbaas. He Tad sHiiiailflieage «f Cfty njaeyeanL

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LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

I£ADEBSSIF OF THF OPPOSTTIOK. Ixhsdoiu Februarys. TbeMarqmsoi Huti&gtaa, Atma&aiat Esdnaxfajre, snd tiie Iste SecntaryeE State for Ireland, bag been unsnnaooaly eheaen leader at tbe Opposition in tiie House of Com mons.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEFEAT OF THE CARLISTS. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

DEFEAT OF TITF. CAEUSTS. LovrwK. Febrarv 4. A Madrid telegram snnooooK the defeat of the Csriiste yesterdiy (3rd February), in an enga^ment near Alergo.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE POPE ON SPANISH AFFAIRS. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

THE POPE ON SPANISH AFFAIBS. IffiHB. FebruarvS. Pope Kus ha recanmendedfiouOariosto cease bostiBtignow Hi it mfisswlisnai^ntea of the county.

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SHIPPING NEWS. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

SHIPPING HEWS. LasBos, FehmsrvS. after ajpassageot eighty^ve days. The 'Windsor Casfle, bound from Sydney to London, has been compelled to bat back to Bio Janeiro, leaky, and her cargo must be dia cbsiged tortile execution of necessary fesaazs.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

BAKE BEFOB3SL la. moving Om adoption of the half -yearly report of the Queensland National Bank, the Chairman (Hon. F. H. Bart) said :-'It is * again gay pltasiugdo^y tomove the adoption of a report which wut I befieve. be received with latinfirrirwi by the shmrhnln'mi of this bank.- The business in all departments shows av very mnfiiflprahle Tnrrftase. The note eixen Istian, which stood on the 30th June last at £40,564, now stands at £58,469, showing an increase ot £17,905. The deposits, which stood at £335,611 in June, now amount to £436,158, exhibiting an increase of £94,547 far the six months, whilst the advances have increased &om £408,634 in the same period to £520,290, a snmot 111,656. I may take this opportunity to point out to the shareholders that, although the bank has only been in fifJwHT fht two yean and a halt, we have been able to wipe off the whole preliminary rrpmHiK »/~^i* ?— djgi. esctff We have also written off £800 from furniture and stationery accounts....

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Vine in California. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

The Vine in California. Tnwff sze very few pads of ^WiliimiH in which water can be obtained for the purposes of nngaboa when most fiffHril. Screams wmch at one season of tiie year are swoDen by tiie heavy rains to impetuous torrents, or wnaA and nnd j jman dwindL* Jmiwu Mm* ''''' ^— t^ ' m-»-w ^ -^— . '!?? ??Jfc ????? J^nldj t l»«,HMi1a ???na»i ^*m^ ^g mnmrtr xhe course Uusi waters feoo^ How tiiis apparoitiy ????iini ^«kl» dnnciilxy was uvuevme will pre sentiy appear. In 1832 an Indian settled on a tact of land Vista estate. He' established himself there under a law of tiie Mexican Bepubne. which granted land to any of its people who would engage in the cultivation of the soil He planted a number of Tines, but, farthfnl to old ttadxtmns, of course only in spots where irrigation was xvanaUe. The estate passed through various hands, until it became the iHuutaly of an American named Boas, from wnom BE rjEBsenx ownBTt sir. KataszQry, purcnased. it in 1B56. When tins ewiBpmaii became tii...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

SYDNET. FebraarvG. In the UgUatnn ^ll asllj jiatuiiaj afienwm, Mr. Parkes stated that am- aad promised to give tbe Gtovernar a final answer to-day aa regards *5r WSEam MamnBg'e csorm to torm % new aunssBy. Mr , BaAaean gave notice that be woeld Governor tor ant aenaag tor Mr. Babernm, as the leader of tire OwMstinn and jpawrrf tbe ? aslmiail apen the addnaa iu reply to Che Speech. ^^ ^™ TJg«j.CypliuiMaaiiirrtlat6aaFninriann ?r lmt P, ^ aaiair rail O-f ....f-,-, » ± agsaaTH aTWaUaaSV aaTft fiasWUWHK. Heavy geneol rasas ban act aa here. F«hrasry«wEveniaR. The Lecaaatire AawaAiy Juet tiasaSer saMB, ladk me aoaaanced lk»t Sf WHhaai afanaiagnot hwiag acxeeedee a. forming a Mimsfay. Mr. Boherlaua had tMjrtt fsr. Tbe Parhaimt haiii adjonraai Taang^&amt- day. Theiaew Madateg waamhahlybes— Mr. BAertaaa, Mr. Fetator. MrllaeW, and McGanett. SUhrassyS. The ajs. Mftado, faam San Aaaosso, na HonoUdi aad Aackland, ha. arrived with BnjSafr naa« to &e U& Peceaber. The The asw...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT TOPICS. ROCKHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

I CURRENT TOPICS, f BOCKHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COM MEBCEL [*H£ atifinffififv^rtPTit Q]3t tll£ GovQBmcnt ar& lilr ^ly fri pih^ain a frmippfa^lt Fjiqinpfr for Harboms and Rivets fiom England, is -=»ri-Jji iiii ji Kafling^jo spr|||l|a digiblfi applicants in tn£ colonies, (hey very properly tned the mother country, and if out of the ten 'thoroughly eligible' r-*nAlA*tf~: a. competent ofiinal cannot beselcrted, it wifl be indeed anftatunate. It is also hoped that the engineer to be newly appointed will reach the colony in thrw Tnnntfx; m mhirh «-a-a.hfe aHcjry may be at the disposal of Ministers before die close of the next parliamentary session. He win arrive at a favourable time of the year, and win be able to pay si flying visit to the several potts of the colony without mudi risk of meeting the sad fete of his predecessor. But we fear that the Treasurer is a littJe too sanguine in this marfrpr^ and shall not be surprised if the new official do not put in an appearance in time to ...

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BRISBANE. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

rffilBBAKE. FebraaryS. The meeting heU last night, pmsaanttothe Mayoea invitation, resolved to bold an Indm trialErhaaion atBoabane in Im» w July next. TfaeexhSxtion b- be risdlar to those held nnder -be aaspce. of the School of Aits in former yean. Bis not intended, however, thattte abowahan daab with the proposed l-rt»Troli»isl PvfcaJM~. to be held in Bris bane next year. _ _ ? _ A^nanantMSB is hi manae of aigiml lire tar presentation to Mr. John Dooglas in fte bane rf adncsBg ttat aculBnan to contest Oe electorate of Darling Downs whl Mr, G«s tavnsHamOtDn. 8-40 pjn. Mr. Cotter, arninmanwd by Mr.^Sbi, ardrad per C«y of Branane, e^ to-day. Be at once waited apontfae Mnriffer forbade, and has arranged to spend to-day and fnnttTTTiTTrniniiirfrf'-r-— I--—* [?*-—** **-? Sarrev (Msee. 'Aprelamnary meeBagoHiie Cabinet wffi afterwardebe bad, fa ajknr of Mr. Collier expUningsBS whole scheme to the Gevtetaanent. The captain of -the MmmWm, jast arrived from London, reports time births and on...

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THE FALLIBILITY OF GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

the FAJXimrrv of goveekoe& ? GoverBfKB. ' The fin* representative at her -most gracious Majesty in this .olonv was taueht bv divers insmuafinns pvaui ninpnrlons in die public Press that Pile was no bettor than he -should be. He was frank and gracious enough, bat too fond of gossip, and too appreciative of die value of money. His successor was evEn none gnacious, and his leadiness. to 'patronise' anything from a barbers' shop to a tea meeting, and from an hotel waiter to a family of actressess, was provocative of grave scandal amongst those very precise people who regard the proprieties over their spectacles. But his Excellency was much beloved, notwithstanding. He did not hoard his salary and allowances, as less popular Governors have done, but distributed them with a difiiise and unsparing hand. What m»«i»r if within the precincts of Government House fecal «n«i«tif« were not unknown; what wntMttfr if excessive good nature led to the titter break-down of His Excel lences hea...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTENTS—FEBRUARY 13, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

STEAM TO I/fSBOS. BISECT VB.OM (IDKXt ?^*-JaV flUlU inaprifinmt new _?! 2KKjH» WHAMFOA, Tlalijirt WO JU *t,Uoytf«i 3&*VXea* BaBnax, STO Kwa»f»axr aoaaiaaL ~3. C Jjujoth, Oaawaaftrr. ' Wabednmtobedironi KVliNKV DIBHCT toUMSDQN, abosttile middle of StABCH, 1B7B. ?' ' B»m»fe wMliTiiUioBteraatimUie to Anabalia, and fe expected to nifee the ?rojieem 4SDAX5, aadbaiKttopkaaOTaf aafenetaaBaf «t*am — ..T....E,.tKp bufuu Sydney aad London, p*rtjgdrfy directed tofefetf«inMe«ppor- vS lafcjTaf &«gkt, f^i» »d site I'I^^'*-JOHirt?BAZEB * aO Srfney;*! JOHN HEADER* * CO., Battuannbn. WANTED, THEEE to SIX BABRA MCTSDA, ic JooboL Ah*. CPBIO SIDES mEertaM,Kdi,to. ftriiauanto . -C SMITH, cSliope, till SO* infant MAGAREY AND OO.K 6OPEBFTNE ADELAIDE FliOOE. IraiHE nndnagned are in receipt of rsgidar J_ direct *tW- fnm Aoauaoe «F the JanhuL W. JAOKEOK & OO, ____ ? AffBhL J W. PACE AKD CO., HIFOBTEBS* OF GENEBAL DRAPERY, silks, jnuasEEY, and hen's CUOTHDfG, EMrSnan; eoceeiiipios. ogh...

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Addresses of Welcome to the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Addresses of Welcome to the Governor. The following replies to addresses of welcome presented to Ins Excellency Mr. W. W. Cairns, on his arrival in BriBham*, arepub To the Venerable Archdeacon Glanrie and the clergy and laity of tiie Gocncfl represent ing tie Synod of the diocese of Brisbane :— 'Mr. Archdeacon and Gentiemen,— lamduly sensnite of tiie courtesy you have anown me, tiie roedimn of a very cordial address. ItwS be my care, if God anarea By life, to en deavour to discharge tie duties of my high office as my predecessors have done— namely, witii unvarying mn*flrt'* J'. and ?- ni-oper regard to tiie best iuleresta, so far as a Goveinor can discern tiiem, of tiie people.' To the EnWman Society, Bosbane:— 'Gentiemen,— I need ecarcely tefl you— for I uure thai yon aheady know it— hirwtiinronghly I JH«eaatc tiie rwypbon given me, winch finds expteanon in your address. No matter how tar away, or how long away, one can ?ever forget old Ireland; and, indeed, a country with enthnsuu...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

TO THE ELECTORS OF BOCKHAJIFTON. GENTLEMEK,— The time has now arrived when you are *w^-i*J^J to pc mfonnfid cf my intentions -with, regard to the Tepresenta tion of your dectqpLtv. Id aAArveamtm-vtm Ikst Kimnkr. I sfatDO the time bein& and promised, 2 unahfe to go down to the Le^d^e AeaemHy next session, to give yon *rm»ilj fiiliinf ^'' of toe facx. It is now witti Ttry great regret I inform yon that eacmnstances forbid the hope tint two months hence I dull be able to resume my seat as yonr representative. The demands of art extending business axe so nnpenons that I am at length compelled to relinquish the cherished idea of fighting your Parliamentary battles for another year. Present indkations lead to tie condnsian Hat the fartacoming session wul be a very im poitantfine. It is not improbable Ifcat afctne outset tie Ministry win be challenged by a ' vote of want of confidence, which, if carried, Tnayevnilna-r''r »ilimup|»^«Ti imiawwpqiiHrt fliree months' delay m tie public...

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A Visit to Central Queensland. ROCKHAMPTON (CONCLUDED). [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

A Visit to Central Queensland. (PromOeTmamdOomMtogJomalJ EOCKHAMFTOKT (Uokcutoed). The public bmUings in Bocxhampton, autungst which are the court-house, post and telegraph offices, hospital, snd orphan asytom, are m every respect worthy of tie growing importance of the town. The engEavingsor several or ubk (HmmugB, wnicn appeaivain tiiis jooznsl a few weeks back, win convey a better idea of flsar style rf arehitectare Osb any verbal deseriptioo. The Bockbampton, or more correctly, -the Port Curtis' and Ldcnhaidt Distriet Hospital,'' has been in OTJutwHf about fifteen yeara. and is in a high state of — *?»— -11 The »-WTJ.n— , com. prising a lofty two-storied, weU^ventilatsl, Til i-ii T11 ,*?£ Iljl-iIi i— TJIl ...h.... . -.aTlj-u. -BsaRmute*H DOCK, wtlaU 1IIIIIM1IIHIII ^HUr-OIIIuBat, were erected at a costof £4000, on an elevated position half a nule above the town. From the annual report of 1873 I gather that 345 pstioutB bad been inidertreafaneut during tie year; that there bad bee...

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The Duke of Edinburgh on Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Tint Duke of Edinburgh on Semen. During his recent visit to Liverpool, his Royal Wie*''' -*'= Duk? of Edinburgh was entertained by the inhabitants at a banquet in the town-hall- In respond ing to the toast of ' The Royal Family,' his Roval Highness made fee following observation regarding seamen and shipping, as reported in the Liverpool Album :— As I am now in the midst of a gnat shipping community, I think you wul excuse me if I allude to one matter which, perhaps, interests you all as much as it does *'^ I wish to refer to a matter which has been very prominently before the public during the past two years, great agitation having been created with regard to the safety of sea men and of ships, and of property at sea. ('Hear, hear,' and loud and con tinued cheers.) I may, perhaps, be allowed to say a word— 1st, from having been brought up a seaman myself— cheers)— and, in another respect, being a most hearty sympathiser in the welfare of the British seaman, and also having been con...

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