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Diseases Amongst Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

Diseases Amongst Stock. The following is an extract from the report of Professor Thomson to the Government of Vic toria on diseases in live stock :— 'The most important facts brought oat bj tiie renlies to tbe circular, sent to everv stock owner in the country, is that, except contagi ous lung disease, no contagious, easfntral, zymotic, or reproducing specific fever exists in tie colony . ** No other sort of fever, save plenropnea mouia, rages amongst tiie Aocks or herds of tiie colonists. ' With the side exception of plenropnca monia, all tie diseases mentioned are visceral aifection-s, -vr vhat are known as local diseases of tiie animal economy. These are classed in contradistinction tn the great order of blood niseases affecting tbe whole system. From tiie majority of anch general blood dis eases the colony remains as yet happily exempt. '* Destructive as all other diseases are, they seem harmless when contrasted with tite de vastation tbat would sweep across onr plains by the in...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR BRISBANE LETTER. BRISBANE December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

OUR BRISBANE LETTER. Brlsbaa'e. December 22. 1 ' J&E miKkt hare thought that the arrival of ' the littfe mail-packet, Matilda, in your port, I ? Qstens3jly for the parpo&e of conveying Bock- I ^ hampton nulls to and from, the northern and j Torres Straits boats calling; at Kejipel B*y, j gave positive assurance thai a definite arrange ment had been come to regarding tiw desired modification of the mafl contrart existing be tween the Queensland Government and the A.&V. Company. It would sesm not, how «ver. and the preliminary steps taken by the Company to cany out the proposed service in the Fitaroy, go no ftnrtber than to show that ] the Company believed the arrangement to ; have been settieL Bat it has not, an* the ' Board of Directors in -Sydney, after the lapee of many weaiy w-An**^ oi negotialioTw have eoddsily made the Untoward discovery thai under tie semblszrce of a substantial agree- i meat between themselves and the Hon. the Postanaster-fteiicral, as...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

r3 ? ^ I LOCAL NEWS, j Wsseebythelptmlcl Obumr thai Sub Inspector Judge, some tune «ww promoted from sergeant at Bjockhainptaa, is about to he transferred from Ipswich to Dalby. tesPEcroE Llditj, at Gyzapie, keeps a supply of ammonia and T' injector at tbe Iool police station, for use at a moment's notice in cases of snake lute. H-« -T»iwpIp ie worthy or iiiiil»if3ftn State of the Hospital for tbe week ending I Dec S3, 1S74:— Admitted during the weeC I —3 males, I female; discharged— U mates, 3 females : died— 1 male (Michael Power) ; remaining in hospital— 37 males, 5 females ; total, 42 ; 5 r-arir—tn in special ward. At the Theatre Boyal last Saturday night fhexe was a full house, and the company did their best, under adverse circumstances, to carry oat tile programme. Wbere everyone did so wefl it would be invidious to particu larise ; it win therefore be enfUri*** to state that the company are believed to hare pax taken too freely oE lagoon water, which, at | this festive season...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MACKAY. December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

MACKAY. December 29. Three men, named Duncan, Hogan, and Bam-ford, were drowned on Christmas Day in transhipping from the Clio to the Leichhardt, s.s., under Flat-top Island. The accident occurred through the over-crowding of a dingy belonging to the Clio. The master of the Clio and two other persons who were in   the boat at the time escaped. The bodies   have not yet been recovered.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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BRISBANE. December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

BRISBANE. December 24. William Brown, shoemaker, committed     suicide by hanging himself, it is supposed, while in a state of intoxication. He leaves a widow and three children. A shipment of silk grain, produced by Mr. William Coote, has realised at the rate of seventeen shillings per ounce in England. December 25. Queen-street was crowded last evening, and a good business was done. The weather to-day has been moderately cool. Mr. Nelson, a sugar planter on the Upper   Logan River, was accidentally drowned yes- terday. The newspapers were published to-day, but neither will appear to-morrow.       There is no communications with the south this evening, nearly fifty miles of wire being 'down 'in New South Wales. December 26. An Imperial dispatch, just received from England, says that the Law Officers of the Crown have decided that a Certificate of   Naturalisation granted in the United King- d...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWNSVILLE. December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

TOWNSVILLE. December 24. The Clerk of Petty Sessions here   (Thistlethwaite) has been arrested for em- bezzlement. December 25. The schooner Royal Duke arrived here from Normanton yesterday, bringing a cargo of tortoiseshell, beche-de-mere, and copper ore, valued in all at £14,000. December 30. Thistlethwarte, the Clerk of Petty Sessions here, was brought before the Police Court yes- today on the charge of embezzling public moneys. The evidence showed that there was a deficiency of £80 in his accounts. He was remanded for further evidence.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLERMONT. December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

CLERMONT.   December 29. The Christmas has proved more lively in   business matters than was anticipated.   The races passed off well, the attendance being large. The weather has been very fine and cool. There were no serious accidents.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GYMPIE. December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

GYMPIE.   December 29.   The escort left here for Maryborough to-day   with 5548 ozs. gold. The total amount for- warded by escort from this gold-field during   the year exceeds the amount of the previous   year by 3212 ozs.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     MARRIAGES. DUGGAN-BOLGER.—On the 22nd December, by the Rev.   Dean Murlay, Daniel Duggan to Catherine Bolger.   HARRIES-NEWCOMBE.—At St. Paul's, Rockhampton, on     the 22nd December, by the Rev. R. Leigh, Edward D. Harries, Tambo, to Elizabeth Jane, only surviving dau- ghter of Robert Newcombe, of Rockhampton. DEATHS. TAYLOR.—On the 21st December, at Stanwell, Robert     Mercer Taylor. Aged, 32 years. PUGH.—On the 12th October, 1874, at Gargrave, York- shire, England, the Rev. Theophilius Pugh, in his 74th year. NEIL.—At Rodney Downs, on the 17th instant, Robert Neil, of Beaconsfield. Friends will please accept of this intimation.

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Rockhampton Police Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

RockhamptQti Police Court. f HoEsE-srcAuyc. — Georj*e Bowyer was charged wiLh ^*Mnj' in the unlawful possession of icrey mare, the jmniaty of Alienmn Jackson. Mr. MBford for the defence. Senior-sergeant Grafcji proved tiiat he arrested the prisoner on the WestwooA Eace conrse on Saturday last, and tint, in reply to tile charge, he said, 'I got the mare from my j brother this morning, and that ig-cil I know abont it ;' witness peaved for a remand for ' three days, for tbc prodnctaon of evidence. — Remanded accordiiun v» AiOTHEE case. — John lirajnson was charged iriih stealing a chesbint EacdioEBe, called Chesterfield, the property of Mt White. Mr. Mnford Cor tiie defence. Senior Constable Sheridan proved the arrest at WestwDod on the 26th December hist, on the racecourse ; in answer to the charge the prisoner said, 'The horse is mine, and I have * recast for him but it is at the Dee; I don't know file name of Ha man I bought him bam ?withe name of the witness to the receipt is John ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Daintree Cedar Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

The Daintree Cedar Trade. Captain WKenzie, of the Lady Eobinaon, has kindly furnished us fCooktotv* BeraU) with the following report of the cedar cutting on the Daintree. He says:— 'The logs are very heavy, and require a £reat deal of labour in shifting them. This does not improve die temper of tie men at work, nor does it diirnnMi the cost However, we are now loaded, and I trust we will get away to- I morrow, with about 30,000 ft. of good cedar. ! U woaM be a. mistake to suppose that oar's is i the only vessel loading here— in fact, tine is a. small fleet of vessels of all descriptions, i The Dancing Wave has 49,000 ft loaded ] for Maryborondi, and the Southern Cross . and Water Witch are at present loading I for Sydney. This port is fast becoming an 1 important one, and I think it would be bnt i £ur on tiie part of tiie Government to assist ! masters of vessels by placing imoyB at the ] entrance of die river— three would be soffi- I oentL I succeeded in j»'i.i-ing in all light I o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

-?— f ? llT^i I SHIPPING NEWS. I ARRIVALS. December 24.— Pearl, surveying schooner, Captain Bedwell, from a cruise. December 2t— Bipple, Si, 58 tons, Cap tain C Wjffiama, &t»a Broadsound, December 2L Passengers— 2 in tie steerage. Wood and Wood, scents. December 26 — Lord Ashley, Si, 396 tons, Captain H. B. Brisbnr, from Sydney, Decem ber IS, viilTewcasUe, and Brisbane, Decem ber 23. Passengers— Mrs. Hood, Mr*. Slack and three -a^uSti Miss Sorria, Messrs. H. Morley, Hood, P. Modey, Acton, ami twenty in tire steerage. K. M. Hunter and Ca, Agents. December 27.— Boomerang, s-s., 415 tons. Captain C. J. NightuigaH, bom Sydney, December 2L Passengers— Mr. A. L. Bour cicault, and four in the steerage. VTood and Wood, agents. December 27.— Queensland, «., 287 tons. Captain F. Brooks, {ram Brisbane, December 22, tii aH tie ports. Passengers— Mrs. Power and child. Miss Dunn. Miss Birming ham, Messrs. A. L BeD, P. W. Newton, Boddey, liddTe, J. Drain, T. Bates, J. Botan san, and tirirt...

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COOKTOWN. (Telegram from Mr. Howard St. George, P.M. at Cooktown, to the Hen. the Minister of Public Works) COOKTOWN, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 2 January 1875

COORTOWK. (Tram tie BrMaae Fofert. (Telegram from Mr. Howard St. George, P.M. atCooktowu, to die Bon. die Minister for Public Works.) CaocrowK, December 14. I have just seen a person upon whom I can fully rely, asd who has just returned from the head of the right-hand branch of the Kor manby Biver. He reports that he came to Cooktowu through the Gap in 30 miles. Be says a good dray road might be made «ift« moj»,t»«r«.Jitm» It b seventy miles by tie present tack. The diggings are on fine open country, wh* basalt ridges, well grassed I aadwataed,andal)0ot30raaesfromthecoaat. ; A lane river was in sight from the ranee, ! towards the coast. The coast range looks rough ami had. A large extent of gold bearing country, apparently *^*n™i«*gffniii Vw»»wVy towards coast. There are about 200 men at work. There are aarataons for sale. Half an onnceofgoldadaycan begot by dishing. My informant and mates made an ounce each a working day by dishing. The gold is coarse and shotty, and Eke the Palmer...

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NEW KNIGHTS. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

HEW KNIGHTS. Iosdos, Januarys. His Excellency Sir Hercubs Eabmao«has been gazetted a Knight Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. George, and Mr. J. G. L. bmaa Emght, for services connected with the annexation of Fiji.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

CH A E L E S F. CEIPPS, j Fajdly Cbewbt and WnnuEUX v DEtMKT.maianfchig the pnblic for the very ' liberal support accorded to Inm aurmg the- ] Jast ten years, takes tins opuoUJUiufr of flawing attention to the many advantages iinawnr.nl by his FrtaHinhmpnt, the best of ! its land in central Queensland. : The DISPENSING DBPAETHENT is ' under the apodal snperririott of tie Principal, S whotas a Certificate of CtaJinndiott frcmSe ^ . i Qiii. iniasaT »Ti»1ii al ITihi.1. «ml iiiiniiin li ?'???- '\ a larger wpprienBe in dispenshuj than an^*s-vVT ! other persunin Bockhampton. AnlPrescrip-— : tionsaremadenp by tumBeffarathanngUy \ competent Awistwit, one of wham win be- \ found on toe Premises at all hours. : The Proprietor las made special arrange- j mente for receiving, ffrmnnnt nnpoitaliiiuB of I Drugs direct from London, so as , to enable j him always to have a supply of everything: r] required (from and good}, from fane most : simakand WEUtsuwil to tbose new remedies { soMBiduoralyiitr...

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THE AUSTRALIAN HAILS LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

THE AUSXBALIAK' MAILS. Iaxdos, Jaunarv 2. The Queensland Xovember ma3 was de livered to-day. Sews has been received that the P. and O. Co/su N nbtt reached GaOe from Metbonme on the 24th December.

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THE FRENCH CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

THE FBENCH CONSnTCTIOKAI. QCEST1O-. Lossos, January L A Conference of party leaden in the National Assembly, convened by ftesjdent M'Mabon, has been held at Versaaies. The of discussing the Coosiitntionalooestion, but di&er respecting the provisions to be made for the transmission of power.

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LATEST SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

t.vi'Hst SHIPPING. AEEIVAL. January 7. — In Keppel Bay: Xormanby, B.M.S-, 680 tons, Captain Thomas Part from Southern Ports, via Brisbane; Jannaiy 5. Passengers— fer Bowen: Mr. Wirry. For Townsviue : Mr. B. PfaJIn. For Somerset : Mrs. Ware, Captains A- WHkie and Ware, ' Messrs. E. L. Brown and H. Webb. For Bataria : Miss MarceHa, Miss Mullany, Drs. 4wJcrmn and *»**— ???;* Mr. J. H. Walker. For Singapore: Dr. W. H. Hadean, Messrs. G-. Wight, J. Jackson, and Allan. For rxong kong: Mr. Lewis, and 120 in tiie steerage. j. Headrick and Co., agents. DEPAETCBE. Jannaxy 7. — From Keppel Bay: Xonnanby, R.M.S., 080 tons, Captain Thomas Park, fnr Singapore, via the ports. Passengers : — .From Bockhampton for Toirosvflle : Mr. and Mrs. Stein. For Singapore : Messrs. Logan and BraddyL For Hongkong: o jq the steerage, vra through passengers from the south. J. HeadrickandCo., agents. The Mary left tie wharf st 9 o'clock on Thursday morning, wi& tiie outgoing FjigKah mails, per Xormauby, S....

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Home and Foreign News. VIA PORT DAR[?] NEW KING OF SPAIN. LONDON, January,1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

Home ami Forage Kan. Via PoetDakvik. KEW KING OF SPAEK. Losvos. January a. An AlphomiHtpronmi-janifittohasoccuired at Madrid. Ahbonso, Duke of Astoria*, has been proclaimed King, — » fc™l»-~. ~^yri— J by the army.

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MELBOURNE. January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 9 January 1875

MELBOCKKE. Jaunarv 1. Messrs. Powers, Butherford, and Co. report that there have been entered for sale during the week 7300 sheep. The market opened at one -*flliwfT per head advanee for best quality. Others were dull of sale. 600 cattle woe yarded, and fetched an advanced price of from 30s. to 30s. per bead. Wheat has been sold in this market to-day atCe-perbusbd. Januarys. Governor Bowen and Major Pitt are passengers by the P- and O. Co.'s steamer Ceylon to England. At the. Mayor's X''-*, given laBt evening, his Excel- j leniy made a very happy speech. He has j been granted six months' leave of absence- 1 which wu! probably be extended. Chief Jns- j tice Barry has, been sworn in as Acting, Governor. The Ceylon took 7l,«00 ozs. gold, and 24,408 sorereiaxs. The Eev. James Greenwood, of Sydney, undertakes the duties of the Rev. Charles dark durine bis absence in Kew 7galtnd ™' January i A brilliant meteor was seen yesterday in K.ll.^.f in tie day-time, whue the sun was shining bright...

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