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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

COMMERCIAL AND SEJTPISG. . Loseok, February 13. The copper market is firm, Australian real ising £91 to £93 per ton The ship Hannodius has amived from Bris

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FRENCH CONSTIRCTIONAL BILL. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

THE FBENCH CONSTITUTIONAL BOX. Lokbok, February 13. In the National Assembly, an onrwfeemang majority decreed that the came olatt of mbas «h«nM choose both Senate ana Aawnbly. ScAeequenfly the Government, -n behalf of Assembly his regret at the deeiaion. TJMa condemnation of the vote caused great After debate, the radkal clauses oftbelnll were rejected by 357 votes agahwt 345. A farther motion to the effect that the National Assembly be at once diasarrad, was rejected by «7 votes to 366.

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THE SPANISH WAR. LONDON February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

THE SPANISH WAS. Tjostooic FebraarvlS. TIk Government troops having been defeated by the Carbsts at EsteUa, King Alphonso as raising »,o»0 additonal troops.

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Home and Foreign News. VIA PORT DARWIN. THE NEXT INCOMING SUEZ MAIL. GAILE February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Home and Foreign Han. Via PobtDakwif. XHE NEXT BJOOMISG SUEZ MAIL. GaUE. Febnarvl3. The P. and O. mail ateamer Ceyion left an yesterday for Aratolia with English mails to 32nd January.

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HGBART TOWS. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

BGBAKTTO1TO. Fiinimi;. Governor Weld has started ou horseback on a. tour of ™*T*^irt' rt?'^igt* tile colony.

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TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. At die date of our latest advices by mail fom Brisbane, die Ministry were individually in communication with Mr. Collier and his associates in -he pro posed scheme for fee construction of a railway to the Gulf, and industriously \ strivine to anire at a mutnalnmierstand r ing as to die terms and conditions upon which the scheme might be undertaken with advantage to both parties. No formal interview with the Cabinet or Executive had taken place, and nothing was known of the progress of die conversations, which were neces sarily of a private and confidential nature. However, our correspondent was given to understand diat the Govern ment were entertaining die proposal in* earnest, and were likely to experience no difficulty in airivipp at sl orirtt'^ jw^ *wnf with the projectois of ibis great tm dertakuig. When that has been done, the paxbeahxs will be pob&ihed ibr general information, in order to promote dis ?cussioa and ascertain the bent of public o...

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ADELAIDE. February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

ADELAIDE. Februarvl3. The basks have raised the rate of interest ou fixed deposits to five per cent.

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MELBOURNE. February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

urET-nnrrRNT1. FebruarvlS. The wreck of the Gkncathea has been sold forjOa^W. A J.«f*t— of the Bev. Mr. Sjnmmount has beenbnznt to death. The mortaHty among children has of late been iraprecedenaj- high in itis citT. A man named Brown, residing at souttt Tirra, has been bomt todeaUibyanexrJo stonof kerosene. Advices from Mauritius to 3IstSeaanber report sales of augars there at a reduction of fniiH ten to liUrnity Ti i ? i t \An February 17. The I»chlomond, on her outward passage, passed » burning drip of 1300 tons. It has since been ascertained Oat she was the ' Foundling,' bound from Liverpool to Bombay. The Bishop of Melbourne has resigned trie seat at the Council of the University. .GTerraZl has been eommi&ed for trial «n ten counts. The trial takes place at the March Assizes. It is stated that the Banks intend to rase UiB rate of discount to 5 per cent {*»?}. February 16, Mesm. Powers, Butherford, and Co. report that at tbe week's cattle sales Hx same rates ruled as bef...

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SYDNEY. February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

8SDBET. February 12. AUflie ikw Ministers have issued addresseB totheir late constituents. No serious oppo ssBon is exnsetedto their re-eleetion. jtnte addMsTllr. Bobertaon indicates las: late Government to increase the faeffities for free Brade IT* will ?&?» mtenjaoe a roll to atop dummying, and a nif™1^ to deal m a m«re extended manner with the operations of the Edueatioo Act ; also to pay the teachers' fixed BaUries. Be wul cause ateps to be taken for the im expeditious conveyance of English maSs; win vigorously prosecuts the extension of ranways and tekgraphs ; and wHl establish night atafls of operators at all the coast towns. Be will mtroducTmeasores to deal with the financial difficulties of the Sydney Corpora supply for the City of Sydney. He can dudes by justifying Ub course of action in regard to the Gardiner inmate. February 13. Miss Hally, the young lady who was some weeks ago reported to have been drowned at Manly Beach, has been discovered living at Bnshcutter'...

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BRISBANE. February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

SSIBBASE. BehmarrtS. At a meeting of the 4Janbsl Board of Health, held to3ay, a letter waa read from the SegisbatF-General, dirediffi attention to the unhealthy condition of file town of MaryboroaATtte mortality (here Cor the month of January being nearly equal to the tiree months at the csmmeseenest of the previous year. The letter pointed out that the deaths had chiefly occurred from preven HakdiMases. The Board, after deliberation, resolved to reaanmendaffi Government teprodsiai Hary bor«l#i»di«trict under the Hea&h Act, and pnmisea immediate attentiau to Ok matter. ThetruEteasot tbeBrisbaae Grammar School have appointed Mm. Janet O'Connor, of Bal b^at,WyCnnc%-alaffi-eEirb'brai-cu. The I date of openingflienewBcnooliBnotyetan. noanoed. Dr, Jsap, aurjeon-superinteadeBt of the Woogaroo tjmatic Asylnm, is dangerously ill of chrome disease of the liver, and also a com fflfiSbmof duofuezs. February (3. The &mnmeat ftratfcprodahns the town of Aranaar, Thomson finer, a p...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTENTS—FEBRUARY 29, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

; THE 'CAPRICOBNIAN.* Owxesis— Fsbuiaex 20, IBJfi. -i. £iatteiBiiBiSBBa--BBBv aJaataB1 -9mb lanKaltfiMi — — _ IU 1U«UtaldM:KlM-0*9laaK«tanK UfcUJ nfcaa»g«tii« jiipyMjriTiir miii»~ r aT»ai'»BiIiMiilir _ _ ™'*IB* yj BKuSfMtSeCMt _ _ ~ ns ?n»wiu.Viiiii»i— i _ _ _ _ in taMta*. ? — » — _ Mo S£Bu— nitiMiaew ~ Z Z m baMOMlBM _ _ _ _ 1B.J TtiiTtinn i -nirtiTi m amain™ aSi ?gg^niiiiMiniiT _ _ ' r ig ^banttjaanaV- CoaWlBMBVHMet Z! Z 9B

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

The Calodta correspondent of l&^amfsa ISs«.writeB:--'iS^tfth*Bon)ane»HMtics offtI»st»lia»»funnd«it«J»wwayrfeefc^ sbbrBtijfDigEaVacea giihjjriiwflp to ,11k dnaewE St .ptaon, Xavitr, w the Forfawiese Msttfe ment at Goa-idiBtance which wul brmg the double jonmey to between 3000 and 4000 mass. Thew aretobeCJnistiani»fcrinia*es in India, there can be nooe to the ^an- «T a niowacifoWwor}M^8t:n»nca»Xavaa-. 33ie UMIa win) 'Bt, ^lr^nph TiylSp &BBUKIttL and eating as he conld, and dying at last more truly a martyr than many of the penons jrho m^SraiStte «3a oeastB, ifwd^S^ hoMUngup as an example to Ua nmawaan*. ofthe%ask Certainly Oeo^as beam no nan, QEelmn-oomanWaa affraSuog Jam^ Wnms the last w«t (asysithe Q»r*i»a.cr atroyodby btoteibota« in or near bswieh. We omsdvea i»ve lost too T1--' liiwiln ttroogh that rfMomaWe practice of flmpwinE botBes cardesdy away. As Act ofl^m? mant ought to fan pi»Til agamatMtta. **— * six«raenD nan ago Mr. ^aana(oraaf,'thr anateisr Warwick, w» ...

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LOSS OF THE SHIP EUKINE BY FIRE-HORRIBLE SUFFERINGS OF THE SURVIVORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

LOSS OF THE SHIP EUXINE BIT ITEE. _ HOBBJBLE SUFFERINGS OF THE SUUV1VOBS. The Singapore Dalit Times of November 16 gives Ml particulars of the loss of ihe Bnxme, bound from Shields to Aden. The following is the evidence of Oe second officer, Mr. S. Archer, as placed before the British Consul, *nd is of a perfectly harrowing description :— 'I, James Archer, am 34 years of age, was bom at Dundee, was second mate, with* cer tificate as such, on board the British amp Babe, of Uverpool, commanded by Captain Peter Murdoch. Ship left North Smemsan the Uth Jane, 1874, with coals for Aden. It was good weather until the 1st August; on which day we encountered severe weather; amp under fore and lower topsails; a heavy sea stonrmg her, washed away the quarter boat and smSed the cargo. One of the crew, Samuel Joan, was also washed away and drowned ; bo asustsnce --— ? m Jjq given liim. At 6 a-tn. tried to wear round, and while before the wind handed fore-topsail, which was split into ribbons in ...

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CLERMONT. February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

CLEBMONT. February 15. . Drays are caning in empty from Braadsound for want of up-loading. Xhe cooper nwn* IjiAb wbU General regret ia expressed at the newB of ifcBaaacotfsintandediOiignatian. Tlu weather continues showery.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

^M - ? ? is? 1 D0UUEEC1AL f Capeiooekjas Oitice, Friday Evening. These fas been bot little business done during tiie week, especially in &e m- country trade, as there is not much loading offering. The retail trade in town in etui improving, and few s^mnmeES arc met with. The country is described by carriers as beingm splendid orderfor stock, and traveSiBg wiih plenty of grass and water everywhere, while tiie roads are all that can be A«Jrpfl 233 bales of wool have been recevred sinee last Saturday, and a few teams aie known to be on the road, Borne of them withinadayor Uv of SocxjisUiTptoii. Carriage is a trifle easier, at last week's rates. The following quantities of wool bare been received m town during tite -week — By E. M. Hunter and Co.; 19aaks,G.XS. By W. and M. C Thomson; IS halo, Spottiswood; 25 bales, Bamworth - 22 bales! CR; 3 bales, CB. over. B. By Walter Eeid and Co.: 61 bales, EM in diamond; 3D bales, Wehhot; II bales, Cardbeign; S bales, DLW; 32 bales, TBS. Th...

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Suez and Melbourne Mail Mews. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Suez and Melbourne Hail Mews. The a?- and O. Go's. ats. Ifuma tt*'1*!''? Ade- laide on the 7th. instant The following items arefromttcfi. M. SknWttoiegpm— 1ATBST TwrjarataMR tjw*A**it SeoemberSS. Dr. CoJensb has returned to tke Cape. It is reported from St Petersborg that the Comakme detachment returned to Ife Caspian on tiie 14th ^iwT^Tif, tji£ Turkomans naving tendered tfceir smmmsaian and anrrendena tbe prisoners. December 39. Engb^raneh the Porto to grant to Bon trestLsfirect Sir thnmgndAnchoy Tartars have invaded the Axoor province. Hard frosas and sotnr storme hare pre vailed throughout England during the last fortniglit, December 3a A Berlin telegram states that Yakoob Khan las been tssmasted Covemot A Serat tm cdmdibon of Ins rauns ni oQnjnncfaiHi vitb three dignitaries derated to the Ameer's interests. It is also reported that Ihe rela tJoos between Affagnaamtan and Persia are veryhotOe. ?HeKnosian tress says that Yakoob Khan intends attackmg Fees*. December 30. The inquest...

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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Magisterial Inquiry. attending tinHlSn of Mne 3. £. Wyatt, whose body was foond at noon on Snnday last, in «ie Ktrroy Hirer, sear the wharf at Lake's Creelc, by two men wbo wore firiiing fliere, was hell on Mondiv raornmg before tie Police lr.rjrf^^.. wfaen die fouoving evidence was tdan: — »1»rf Ssnfley deposes ffiat soeispro nDetresE of the Kfaroy Boarding Estab&sfa- ment, in -Jn»v-«treet, and Oat Sie deceased was boardmgttere and ocempied a room down uliii* ; m foday W1^*'*- ust wrtDBBS wsit to the room, and foand her sitting on the floor crying very much, and thought she was pack ing op her boxes, as fihe had previously said tiat she wonld not stop an; longer in the house; she bad left that mornhjg wHiont auj breakfast; did not see her again alive; on Satnrdaymoanng found ber bedroom door and tse door of the dining-room, winch opens into the yard, both open ; also found her bat in the bedroom, and sie envelope of an old letter with a, deep mack border addressed to hersel...

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MILLCHESTER. February 12, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

1ATLLCBXSTEB. r February 12, 2 p-m. Bach gold-bearing stone has been struck to-day by the Hit or lOss Company, at a depth of 121 feet Also, in the Papuan Block ?claim, outside the boundary of file Papuan Prospecting claim, at a depth of 110 feet The weather is now fine, and the rain ?clearing off. Wjhntarv l£. HornE, an engme-drirer, is lest in the bush, bong wandered away in dt&imm tnmem. No t&ings have been received of him since bis departure from the town. Mr. Gill, the new Police Magistrate, arrived hen yesterday. The '—*?'- yards are gradually fining witti atone. Tough'* machine starts to-day, and Hie Vent on Wednesday. Xhe weather ie still unsettled.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

\ SHIPPING NEWS. I ASSXUU. Bnmurr l&-«emdaer, ketch, 3* tons, P. jfltlwaj tasSfcr, from Rmaaherg, with 2M»0 foet timber, consigned*. A-^ant Maate^ agent St* Hnmli- Hibernb. ketch, 25 bra, W. k Joiaism, Wto; from Calliope, with 15,000 Shtnarr 13--3iuuinetaim. u.. 4*5 tons. O£an jC. A^^lg* , rromSydney. Feb os£tT& Psiiiyjlin Mrs. Mnrfcran, Mm. n..yespermsnn, Mrs. Leigh, Messrs. Mackay, ¥a$i, {owe, IP, Burn, and 16 in tbe steerage. febrnry It— lady Bowen, s., 425 tons, Oaptain IF. Qtftisr, from Brisbane, February 9, Vit all the ports. Passengers : Mrs. Smith id -U1 Mrs. GoodaUTMre. Buns. Mrs. ttiiiiri.il JCTiiin Sbdin, Messrs. Lawran, Krk beek; «odurt, Bobinson. fine, Carnally, M-Ksea, J. Walters, Csthcsrt, and 3» in the steerage. Wood «nd Wood, agents. HUrasry It— (In End Bay! Louisa Mam,.aBteh, 3» tons, A. XeBl, master, from »— -? Biver, with a Ml cargo of cedar. Hate, agent February J8.— James Eaterson, 387 torn, Cnptsm B. 1?J— '* *~ , from Sydney, Feb raary H. rii M...

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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. GEORGETOWN. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

r~at_^_ ? JK flff WEEK'S TELEGtiAMS [ GEORGETOWN. February IS. Tim following crusbiugi are orwcted:— SI toos stone Warrior net yielded 91) «s. gold; 31 tons, Better LncU, yielded 53 oza.; 69 tons, Havelock's, yielded 163 on.; 37 bins, St EtaTE, yielded 103 on. Total, 218 tons stone, which produced 409 ozs. gold, or an average of jttanLy Swtb. to thefiHi. No mails have come to band here «nee 24Si -January. Hie rivers are flooded. .

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