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Peak Downs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Peak Damn. [FEOII OOB OWK COBBESroSDENT.] The talk of the two towns of Oermont and Copperfieid just now is princqially municipal matters and the candidates for election at the approaching contest In dermont there is ukelvtobeawen-fonriitbatae.aa six candi dates are spoken of (nearly all publicans by the4-ye), and their chances seem pretty equal. In Copperfieid, on the contrary, there are only two aspirantB for honours in each ward, sod as Ox retiring aldermen have given general natJufarlinn they wfll probably be re-elected. The bmUing of the new hospital is also ex citing attention, and the -»' ? ill*- are now advertising for designs, and as competitors are expected to send drawings from Brisbane and Bockbanmton no doubt a good choice wul be (he result The premimn offered is £25, and the building wfll cost about £2000. The hos pital wfll probably be erected on the site of the old buDding mOermont, though there is grpstdnTerence of opinion, manypeople tiunk ug that the rite is too mu...

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Rockhampton Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

+- ttockbampton Lend Court. Tbe nsaal monthly anting of tiie Bockfaamp ton land Com* ra held osvMonday mormng intbeland Coart, Snprsnw Court Imilamgs, Eaststraet, before C. E. Wodehone, Bnq.. Acting-Land Conmusasner, when the toDow ing appTinKnsyi -wgB dealt «itt -— ? THo- T83.-J. M-Oonnsu, -r^aifi pur fiiaBP, SO sens flesond-cuw pastoral, Cowarral Gold *''MT uv, Postooned Sot fnxOnBF nuu sideratian. Kb. 888. — Andrew Ocddes, conditional pur chase, 210 sens firstdsss rntnnl. and 430 acres second-dans pastoral, on Tflpal Bnn. Accented provisiooally. Ko. 889.— O. C J. Beardmore, pre-emptive fleictjattn, ^30 j«t*w second-claas imwITsJ. on Tooknmbah Bnn. AmpbrH ynHJttauuJily. No. 898.— O.C. J. BeardmoBe, fomBfinnal pnnduae, lSVaasi eaamd^classBBAnl, on fivoCBim. Accepted praraaomuV ' So. 891— O. C J. Beardmore, condition^ pnrdttBe, 1380 wses cooon*-3aas pHatDcd on TnoVmmbahBnn. Aceepted pravtsuBsuy. No.892.-O.C- J. r5es»imore,londai-nal purchase, 3S0 acres second-class pastoral, osTodoo...

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Gum Leaves as a Disinfectant. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Gum Leares as a Disinfectant The following letter km been addressed to the .BkOeSsby a gentleman who lias given modi study to the subject of which it treats :— of your recent iasaes of anenadenncal «Ti»u^w 11** . ja a^^nii. a nuij' f.— J^i.L m ._. i-.m.j.. fore salubrious Aastranan shore, Ami pot at once 011 liifl f*i kov ndt only all tbe MiunScnjal Councils in dm continent, but also every lorer of humanity. Here, when any threatened danger h discerned on the hnrimn, we have always, I am TBimn to *ssy,'seeu oar enrie body rushing to- Ike ESmpsrts. and there Balding bendy and high the Pifi^inf^^jiaMlait flags. Why in **™» instance, atrTEgtoi; aatileynot^attnen posts? Am tlm.y dnt off awnnwiF*1*3*1*1! or sic they cumiumd of -zk- ineffieaey at the oU stwfcwMen.tbeyha.veai hand? laadant certain .tbat tbe answer to the second, question wfll be in the affirmative. Why.didnotlflrd Palmerafam tell plainly the — ™~-.1~fct of Scotland what to do in an almost abn3ar case ? and. recently, have ...

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Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

rtflLlf ill afllf M«»ITllWII The following ???-JKmii». appear in last Saturday's Gotmmnt 0«raHe.— Awuunmnrag.— Stanley Woiferston, to be baaifftotheWardW'sCoart,CharterB Towers; John Watson, to be bailiff to Ihe Warden's Court, Bavenswood; John Mtfcmald Forbes, acting derk, to be clerk in the Customs De partment, Haekay; Archibald Focsyth, to be an agent to acnoapany strips cupkried in carrying Polyneaions between the South Seas Islands and Queensland. ; AFronmtEHT or Govebkob.— A copy of theComnussion appointing Wflbam WeUine ton Cairns, Esq., CM.G., tobe GoFernoTand Commander-in-Chief of the colony of Queens land, is poUished. * ErSEEm— 7 acres 3 node 32 petchea, in the town and parish of Maryboroaeh, conuty of March, has been permanently reserved as a site for an inmugration htmu-v. a prevmus prodamation setting aside the same niece of and as a reserve for a grammar school havine been cancsfled. Cawi Lakhs Aukkasxss Act of 1S68. ? It is notified that the leases of a number of sek...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. COOKTOWN. (VIA TOWESVILLE.) February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

\THE WEEK'S T£LE6RMis7§ OOOKTOWK. «' (Via Tewmwnut) February 3. -ba-vtfnmmU-AjaMaamad-MiTCiaiMf last The rains have been way heavy, tiie MuUaasTLicnes. Iteebowenarezefiaivea by JntorvaboTtme weather. The news i» good bom the Nonaaaby Bash, .aad peoptecoutiaiie flocking there. Plenty of aaUM bans* Dot. *^S3fa» atm bad -m the Uara. They bare driven «be nwhnan in £sam the iililii.i fjme mobs am oraayagiMentte river, and t»nllea are mraac£ fear. Several men have been epesrei, ana one, aimed Hair, The beats on the rivers are of muck use to tluJhiii. llislaiiililiriinlrtil rman wtHi rrf ntj '^jplBJiwt antteKabnerbncbeen *iMnrfh7 divuovejujd. ?The ialae of horaeo baa acain gone mm Dna mmrkrt, and the #nt a amajderitf a*Tbfej.Vici«U««afidtoJ«y«toneo'-4-Kk. The nwstai harojnot coa-e tattber qnrtt «an Townavaie. Cooktown » aiagdlarily bealtnr now. The average temperature m *ed-d«iSninety-i«n, ^^^ The Flarawe Irving, ajt, left «t fire oVJodt to-aay tor Sydney, ^,^ ^?!J??!? The miners here are ...

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Rockhampton Police Court. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

Roekhamptim Police Court. fiAnTBDAV. Fcxiodslv Dbzvisc— Thomas Gooey was charged bytbepauoe witt furiously driving in. Wmiam-street the previoss afternoon.— 13m evidence showed that the somsed was drank at tie time named, amUms sitting in a. apriag-cart snd urging tbe home attached to it * at the toe of its -*££. Be was also uteflrot; 1 tbe snimslsrish the butt end nf ji wbm scraas »-- tbe back and ribs. Tbe faorse galloped ap Wffliam-etreet from Quay-street, sad pBlled np in font of Sing Yeen'e, where tbe accused was taken into custody. Us conduct was very violent, and when mfotmed that be was endangering people* Hras, told the appre hending ooostabfe to go to ? . Pinedf2, snd in denudt of ' HB.A-* distress one month's imprisonment in BnnMiampton Gaot Ifnsiousur Bnusc— John Dargsn was chanjed with furionsly ndmg in Eart-street Mt JGlfoEu ?speBBed fitt. luc inscitBcds *nd pleaded giulty. Fmei £2; in default of sumcient distress onejnonflih imprisonment. Faise PEsnnrcK.— Frederick ta...

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ON UNMARRIED MEN. BY AN UNMARRIED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

OK US_U£fi__-D JtESf . BE _XT mr-i-enai WOM_». Usv-XB-GO men ate twenty-four yens of age, tall and baodsome, with tenor wnice- and fonr hrnidmfl airf fifty poande a-year. The- mar c-ttxGan h_t_, rKn-tBd Dun-t-chea, and no beard or tri-B-era. Their waistcoala are but tamed op to die cfam, for tibej aie not aide to find any washer-woman capable of malting up linen properly. They are da3y beconniig ?_??-*«- and ac-rcci 'i like die ladies who mar corkscrew carls. They are to be foond in -mall numbers on die tope of ommbnae-, -he stBfn of clubs, and other places where it is im poanble to follow them. Of late they hnregotao wild, to me a, aporf»_-_'s pbnse, that they cannot be indueed to oin in a game of croquet or forfeit-; and they can be raxeb persuaded to enter Che archery fieM, which Mraminly and ctmar-Jy. They add-m rartnre abroad singly, bnt may occ_sion-lly be obaerred in par-iea of twos at threes in tbe principal tborough&re. of -be city. Whan ther i iwnt iinnm rie- gogu-...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. MINNIE'S DOWRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

5& ? &Z. | TALES AND SKETCHES, f wannsK oowsr. 'Hot mister, no, I won't go back from my word, xbo gin tanas you, tnd 700 did me a good tnrnooat,Iowntbat; and Jonathan Fmiriop'i not the man to target how, but far yon, hi- | ?alp would be ?winging 00 the lodge-pole of some peak; Indian's angwam. Bat there air 1 two aides, Britauer, to a bargain, and Twr tie I right, I guess, to tack a condition to what Too j call my consent. IHnot see Minnie matried j to a beggar; no, nor jet deal omairly with my other children, that I nmy proridelor her atart in life. Thn I asy. and On, Frank Meade. F1I bold to. Ifjon Mo dap down twenty thrnimfl doDan on that table, aay a year benee, day for day, HI doable than, and yon and Minnie aball be tua and wile. Bnt if not, why, neighbour, you'll jnat eonaider the ewap fan bnen throng*, and mh way tor thoee that kin —;-♦-;* a, houaphnM in a. kinder dtfienent j fashion from what yon coold contrive at Barnt j Slat, I reeoo.' And the obstinate ol...

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History of an Arctic Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

History of an Arctic Expedition. (Tall Matt Oozette, December 4, J The despatch oTa naval Arctic expe dition of discovery is now an accom plished fact. Bat it is worth while to lrvtl- hnrl- frvr a moment at the labours and difficulties of those whose exertions have at length secured this result. It is all but ten years ago since Captain (now Admiral) Sherard Osborn read bis paper at the meeting of the Geographical Societj' on January 23, i865, proposing the renewal of Arctic exploration by way of Smith Sound, using the west coast of Greenland as a base, and conducting the expedition bv the Hght of experience graduallv acquired in former years. Captain' Osbom was obliged to leave England for Bombay in March of the same year, and he left the work of advo cating the cause of Arctic discovery in the hands of his old messmate and fellow Arctic labourer, Mr. Clements Markhant. Ic was then that Mr. Peterraann wrote two letters to Sir Robert Mnrchison repeating his old exploded theory, and ...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

_2!_ ? J^ | POETRY AND TRIFLES, f TEASS AGO. I rumnl-l-, -na inaeaja ----«. ?KI-i--l)aan-K n_-|_l_*«-i_.l-iKUi-~~« We-~-__a-_«-ttali--llet«U-t— * Bat flm ww^ila yeaweao. ye- gxw a Jsnay a-exte -a-tai. And a-D ogreedr lows w_i _ac; n-«-_M«*f--i: Anfl X 4ML lore yoa -btj «_k&— Bc-r-artf. -«n-»aatj«i»m----r; I tho«i_ jot wm ni -«_-__- -eedr— E_tUi_-_iO_yy__-_tO. Tbe- oO-t loos cxme earn J«. Tour be_nj grew bam yeer te jwr, _-. -u-7 a epten-a e_de -~n-t jeu me agmx e» i_ e___iac «-_-. I mam yon _?_, 0—C nvs flu Ka-aac, Om-ata-twe-tt-juui .—I __lu» ; Ok, tlm I Q_n«_c wf tart w»i »-s_a-t— Eat U_I n fcrtj- jom aeo. Ao_ I -m no, to -M aaetber: la. a-en I _e»_ yn ase a aa-wr, il-UMt«_-t_et_fl_mi«a__ My in yam aocfc, bidrecosaallea, ?y Joy to them was (eK c^naan Bat tint -_? ttuny _o ?(. Toa eiew » vh-tod. p_hb- «_a e-nrty, Zaa ««_x Id -MtakB . btiEUest nwze ; «j «_tttlj lee -ms n_ »» -a-_y. Butt too taa-ny fa-d«ey-. -ajaaalu gslamrat-»_ei Arao_4thel«--t__an-1.wi__jgio--, Tbsn «-_t my...

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THE MAIL STEAMSHIP BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

THE MAIL STEAMSHIP BRISBANE. TBZstayof the mail steamers in Keppel Bay is to brief, Oat we are usable to obtain sD tte information desired by tte public -with respect tottem. For the subjoined deacription of the Brisbane are indebted to tte Oammr :— The Bnsbane, commanded by Gaptam Bobert Battonr, was launched a few months since, having been bunt by tte celenrsted Clyde firm of Messrs. A. and J. Ingiis, tte builders of aeveral steamers now trading in colonial waters, is 281 feet in length, with a beam of 32 feet, and with* gross tonnage of 1S03 tons, and a registered tonnage equal to 891 tons. The Teasel is brig rigged, and carries ai large and wen-found boats. On tte badge is * capital invention for 'E'»''»e to the man at ti-e after steering wheel, irfaereby passing orders by wordof moutt is obviated. The names of the patentees are Ghadbum ™^^ Stms, and ths machine consists of adiai face with the usual words df command marked thereon, and by working a handle with ji pointer attarft...

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

?jcaa1 ? pa 1 Otfff BRISBANE LETTER. At tie suggestion of Mr. T. JL Paterson, that sentientum, and Captain P''*****. Chair mas of tbs Boekhampton Chamber of Com merce, and Mr. Lea, of tils firm at Messrs. Winter sad lea, of Oenraet, waited by *'''?? * **? » Jav at Lmit miML Hint the Hon. the Postmaster-General, with reference to certain matters of interest to the Cental Districts. The first subject brought forward was tile unsatisfactory state of the coastwise nail service ; and in answer to inqui ries as to whether there was any proba hflnSy of an arcangemeot being made far the A.S.N. Company's contract steamers to call at Kernel Bay en their way to and from from Brisbane and the northern ports, Mr. Ham said the Government wen willing to give the Company a reasonable ^mnami: for the proposed modification in the service, bnt the latteTseemed indisposed to move in the bnsmeBB. They J— t«™*«-i £1200 addmtooal subsidy, and yet had sent up the Mr****1*! a, minerahle little steamer, alto...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

£S ? . ? W*w*- ; LOCAL NEWS, f ATlhesrxteeDihinfmtiilyttisetziigrfBuilning Society- Ho. S, held m He. XKbdm's offices, an Tuesday evening, the sitting direutuui were Mesa. A. KsM A. bA The sum of £2690*. lid. was received, and fire advance ?hare* were sold at 10 per cent intent A oolXESloirnsCT at Rocky Creek writes » Jong fetter, complaining of tie CTintmm of may grog shanties en the railway fine, to the hunryof theEcensed publicans. Omeoms ^Sidait should Uvlri« —*-*??'- before the ^^Engneeri^LwcSlodonbtgive it ' It never rains but it poom' The Bhip Suffolk is at this moment actually shotting , out md. This bet has taken nanypeonle V m*'i1' m * mailing mjm and uiute into favour, nr^wBhstandrngtiic expense and nh*i«»«-iirfviry' of DAterin&TChe SmTblk, when foHy laden, wnrhsve 25® bales on board, and w3I dear out for London at the end of tins or tiie beginning of next met It has been already stated that die did not commence taking in wool until the 8th December last, andit ha...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

NOTES ON THE WEEK \ The date fired for nbxea. of the writ of deo ttttt&am Dada^Ikawns maybe fffitnl as. an. milintinn that Psiliaiiwnt wal aot assenUe tffl Tneaday, tte 13ft Aprfl. The wot mqnestHat is made wtmnahlf on the 9ta, and as sane waaldnaw pennitfad a mneh eadtrixwapietiaa of the election, itaoaybe aaaned that toe isembar elect wffl be aUe to takabjsanct ontae day Parliament oeata. Mr. Hampton, a. local solicitor, is .~«~^a be opposed by Mr. John Douglaa, whose ehanoes, we should thmk, arc not good, aeenK thatthe mnstrrma. j ie decidedly cooserra.' tivcintone. Tai member for the lagan (Mr. Kind) has, itaujua, J-fa—ir—^1 to resign, as he intends to Tint America. TbenananeBtoffacaaa* bar far Bowen -Mr. Kbgerald) j, ala* tsmonntLp on Mj*r-r*-wfc of bib bx£jbqcy tt pmate affairs. Fur a similar raatan the member tor Eo-ttisn.pt-, m a pd£ased addnas, has giro, notice of his intended-. —JE'»«-«i on one 1st March. For the Logan &e names of aevenl sm haHe ^mdidstes a...

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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

SATO£DAT, T-EBBUAKT 13, 1K5. Perhaps mete is no subject upon which soriHj an ff'wiail '^Hc''-r- inslniftiOD Money s uuinmHy felt to be a power, and as such, receives nmvosat i«^imw* — a homage in same cases abject, and goddess though she may be, money is but the scrxant of a. 1u^»1mi power sou, even of -the naJiiytc who is bowed before her in admanon. Lord Ijttos, in an ailmJMuie essay tLal. oesetves perusal, has observed that tflfae amiagenK&t of money is Ihe ii*jlfr'yffni-rnt ' ck sdf^* and * -^i jiu. s it eqsendibne is on tse vay to lose, if be has not afacadj lost; the control of all TJX&3CS. A. 'SbSQffiC »]ls'-HffraT»gafnripi attaches to die man -sin cannot keep his iwtfir He becomes the slave of »—'mfr and mool fieedom at rii** iwAKng of a dmsand vanls and oesnes vmch ibvdu sot have' ncofnied oq ooezme mczsntes had mis isefid heitanl not been aKc^wfr And sbe is sore to absent hapeUl or in trodnce some liainfiil scenes, if not on- peiir zzzanzged. Let her. for *...

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MINING SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

UINING SUMMARY. Hews from the Palmer and the surrounding district, wmle generally encouraging, is some what conflicting. Onr latest mtdligence from the Xonnanbrrmm is that plenty of geld is being got, and Sot Hie rash to tbe place con tinues. Bat a Maryborough gentleman re xnincQ mm tob thru ktvcs sayumig nn- » flstteringaccotttit of Oa field, for he says that ahnndrei men sre ««-fa'«t-ig &r tiiirty whs are going op. Be that *s it may, tire Sor manby xnsh is evidenfly the drief aSnvial wuAmg on Obb aRdoocr font mowt aBia tiic £«vct that it continues to be worked -? proof that gold is being unearthed. On Che Fanner itself new and prumiumg cuarlz ree&i aie etui being discovered, inn 2 these tarn out according to «iwr-liiintt a prosperous iotiixe may well be anticipated. Beavy csins have £sllen in that district, wmcnm^JarebjterA^wi&a&rriaJ ?maftTto tScTeahner Cram fte New Zeaamd At MBlctatettedifiic^ experienced « toobbun^oirtein saffieient quantity to k...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. FINE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

a ? ss STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. | viim. CVhTUSK. Wbsse then is an jntfntjnn of going in at ?D extensively for the cultiTatSn of this TBlvsbb fruit, it is time Out nrensrafuus were being made. Olgnwm oMar as to the nrospecta for vignerons in this part of Ihe wDl£l; at the sane tune, with m. jndkiom setefltion of varieties, aad wortong tae sou to believe that the erapsranU prove productive and nsnmisra&n. io the coume of a f ew years, on well udected sited, vineyards will yethe seen yielding their jnicy burdens, «-d fee wine of Queensland wfll also become » marketable article. Notthat Central or Northern Queensland isatanavme-firowinccoontry- The Downs «onntrr and district* in tbe (oath a» pretty weS adapted for ib where the land lies lugh ?ndJhetempewtnrendeainodente. In sneh «hos the fmit may eventoalbr become estabEshed and beattty , but in &e hotter portions of the colony the tress wfll bepse eockns and wear out soon; and if grown at aO to satisfaction wil...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     ROW.— On the 6th February, the wife of Edward E. Row, of a son. MARRIAGE. ALLEN-ABBOTT.— On January 25, at Camperdown, Sydney,by the Rev. George James, William Allen, of Rockhampton, to Mary Jane, third daughter of the late Thomas Abbott, Esq., of Violet Hill, Dungog, New South Wales. DEATH. BUZACOTT.— On the 7th instant, at Brisbane, Myra Constance, youngest daughter of Walter S. and Sarah Buzacott, of Moore Park, Sydney. Aged eleven months.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 February 1875

^ ? ^^ \ SHIPPING MEWS. | Assmn. ^ Febrdaev 6— Lady Young, a, 421 tons, G- -Captain W. Hill, bom m— «'W—w^ *_ via the ports. Passengers— Mrs. Bstry, Mm. Boberts, Ho. EviH, fibs Fisher, Miss Barry, MiffiM. Fidier, Miss J.Fishar. Misses Proud foot f2), Messrs. Broome, S. M- Hunter, W. Kearney, W. H. Watson, Brown, Kibble, W. Bbtv, WHJ, H. Fry, Gable, Fisher, J. Falkner, 8. M. Frsnklaiid, and 18 in tte steerage, mrin/Hng one prisoner. Wood and Wood, agents. February 7.— Tinonee, sjs., 365 tons, Cm bin M. Hm*, from Mackay, February 4, via Broadsoond, February 6. Passengers— Miss Bnnra, Miss Murray, Messrs. 3. little, J. Qtac and 22 in the steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. February 10.— Terrigal, schooner. 31 tons, T. B. Waaum, master, from Isoamari Biver, with a full cargo of cedar. Muter, agent. February la— Violet, schooner, 35 tons, C. Norris, master, from Maryborough, with 20,000 feet timber, consigned to Coffins and Maclean. Master, .(got. February 1L— Black Swan, «*, 310 tow, Capte...

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MINISTERIAL, CRISIS IN FRANCE. LONDON, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

MIKISTEBIAL CBIS1S IK FEAXCE. Losbok. Februarv IS. The French Ministry have tendered their resnjnatisns of office. The President has con sulted tfce Due de Brogji. It is believed that it wfll be found impos sible to form anew Ministry until a formal vote of the Assembly has been taken on the OGB$ti£iE&-nxl ^Qestzos isralrsB*.

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