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THE WRECK OF THE BLENCATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

THE WEJBCK OP THE BLENCAIHEA. fFnm Oe Anmt of Hw- 8 J Xbe following is the aceoant rf tte mask of the vessel when she reached King's Island:— ^^ (hi Wednesday nigfct, 3rd February, Mr. Hudson, tie chief officer, had the that watch, reuevinj; Mr. Fisher, tie second mate. atS p^L At that time the captain and both the Dates went up in the muen riggine, and looked round the horizon, bat it wSidifficBlt to see any distance. Captain NicfcoOs, BOTr ever, fancied he ma light on the port bow, and rt appeared to him to be a revolving light. It was, therefore, not down at once as the Cape Otway light, and the course was aceord ingly jdierad uoEe to the eastward. About ten minutes to 10 o'clock, the nomon the look oat (John M'Mollens), was going aft to report that he thought he saw the loom of the land, but the weather dealing at the time. Captain NichoIlB saw it almost at the same instant. The man at the wheel was at once ordered to put the helm down, and all bands were called to pot the ship ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IPSWICH. February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

IPSWICH. Febrearyl5. On Saturday evening, the jury brought m * -verdict of guilty against the prisoners in -dictea for riot, with « ateattg rfrnmmrmlttinn to mercy. Xbis morning the prisoners were brought up for sentence, whereupon Mr. Blake, Q.C., addressed the Court on then' behalf. Be pointed oat that all the prisoners wcae respect able men, aod had no premeditated intention to break the law. llr. Justice LOley said the Court could not listen to comments which were derogatory to 'the verdict of the jury, with which he did not BjsHonor then proceeded to pats (sentence upon the prisoners, and in doing so said they ou reached the verge of a very serious cfbnce. Bad they prevented the reading of the Biot Act, they would have rendered them selves liable to penal servitude fur life. The -disturbance did net take place at a public meeting, and if the lecture was distasteful to them they aright have kept away. Be must live sufficient punishment to show that the law had been vindicated. H...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Latest from Fiji. SEVERE HURRICANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Latest from Fiji. -& M. mcniSt Comportex*.) SEVERE HURRICANE. Ok Sunday, me 3rd ultimo, the fine weather appeared to be vanishing ; th* clouds began to g^^rf**^ snd ^imng jji^ evening and night a good deal of lain fdL 'ITiis continued throughout Monday and die following day, towards the dose of which die wind rose and blew with conadetable violence. On Wednesday, the 6th, the wind increased to a gale, the 'm fen thick and heavy, the barometer was very low, and there was ^vay indication of a coming htutm. Every one was in expectation of a actively entered upon for receiving it, by tying dom, with iopes and chains, houses and other buildings. Dnxingthe whole of the night the tarn pouted down in torrents, and the wind blew with great violence. Soon afrr daylight on Thnrsdav morning .£he ran increased in density; and the mfifrHii^MK; at the bade of the town were so completely enveloped in clouds, that it was impossible to discern even their out lines. It was evident that rain wa...

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Rockhampton Police Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

? Roekhampttm Mine Heart TBIDtY. LuffiEKT. --Tames Brown was c&arced walh: sfaafiBg£3 13s. ll|d.,onTimrsday,*!eoniarr U, from tne person of one Michael Dowme. The evidence of tbenroncutor proved ttathfr came into town last ilooday. *nl isosind £SO fer wages due to him, and was stopping at Ekge and OTJomki-V public hone ; Oat ikv nadsome money -in ha pocket on T&nmaar monduR, but could, sot reannbsr how ranch' because he was very drunk xt -he time. Constable Maher stated that he saw the prisoner and prnsecatortmThjirBdw«9aaooa. mlVib»ver-straet,bet*eenEageandO'Eourke's comer, aad Martin Brothers' butcbers* shop, and saw the prisoner put his hand in (he. prosecutor's righ£lnmd trousers' pocket; before he could withdraw it witosss — -^i* hold of him, i«henheletthernoney(nrodncod) faUontheemnnd. Be snbeegnerafy oflerei wjtnessas.to let Km go; lite prosecntw was. very drunk, but managed to articulate, 'you are doing me a good tarn, constatse.' Prisoner, who hadnoSriog to ...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. Ceylon, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

INDIA AND THE EAST. Onion. January 15. The agent of the Oriental Bank Corporation at GaOe^Mr. Sydney Him Craven, was tried BEutcnoed to seven yism piB' sttifitode. The total amoant the bank yilimalmi at £3500. A native peon acemwd as aorumHlirffy denied his guilt, and his trial is yet to come ofi;andis&elyfaleadto sad revelations of ClAVgagCBPdllct. . SoUceosesare henceforth to be issued for shooting dephante in Oeykm, cnmiwnmt on the capid dbxdxiDtians ni Hiar amnben and are more abondantthanev^rhaeelepnante The King of Batman u aadaax £~Ba to the value of £8000 to tile Budbiat *—«iJ«» m Ceyion, one of the most sacred in the Bodbist countries. _ to Om top.rf Adam's Boat _ 'Uffi sacred inonnftaiiv can now be jjuiuusod »*ijiin twentvr't)onr noms afibcr Scanuc1 Colombo. Tbe Ceylon. Company (limited) is with drawing tram ito aneaTObaiiag investments atttauntuis, and is henceforward to eonfine coffee and tes, ami business generally, in Ceylon. Ikr CaUmUl . m» tmf ^.,i...iJ IW. m...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, December 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

GENESAL SDIOtAS Y. London. December SS. Kmigratinn from the Kersey is still de creasing, by I8SS fewer Oan m November 1873; ihe decrease on the year is 6900. The total number of emigctnta despatched to Sew Zealand during the year was 2M8, in nine TeBsess. It is reported at San Francisco flat Ob Pacific Jtaa Company owtfmplatai the establishment of a new tine to Rii and Abb toliaviaHonolaln. fjjnttfmant ICCSsrty, of tbe MthBitjimi (a special volunteer daring toe Ashantee war} acoonmamed the New Governor of Queaafcafl Knmerons eerrante of tbe railway companiat are emigratine to the coIomaB Thefrencl Armexeatttte South Eenarsg f^tt yif Hfinijan fc»» been poRaUBSed ?£ a costflf EBBOOforKcoksuslmnBeom. Mr. Melson, chief officer of the n.»j.to; winch an downthe KingsbtUge, has had Ma certificate ^aumended for twelve montha. tOommaii^sr OoodaSnooBb ins iucbivqa cbc thiudoi of the Colomal Office for his action in connection with the osanon of Rji. Some «reeOent xnmzBg paper has bean manufac...

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Disasters at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Disasters at Sea. The Hongkong correspondent of the Sridxmc Courier, writing under date De cember 30, gives the following informa tion respecting die late notable disasters to steamships in that part of the world . — The Alaska has been sot off at last I daresay* you remember about die failure last time when die shears gave way all round: since then they made much stronger shears, and when the tide came up she gradually flfK**^, and was then hauled oft She is very little injured, and will soon be at work again; it was 'very provoking that no one was there at the time ; we had been so often disap pointed, but at last she came off unex pectedly. It is a veiy lucky thing for the Pacific Mail Steamship Co., as one of their largest steamers, the Japan, has just been burned and has become -totally lost, and there was not pnnfher steamer here to t»h* the mails to San Francisco. The burning of the Japan was an awful catastrophe ; she was over four f'honc-tTn'1 tons, and had nearly 500 souls...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. LOVE AND LABOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

SI ? 1^ POETRY AND TRIFLES. I U3VE ASD UU3OUS. Waste not an: ftjranrOaali nuU To crown wltti lioiKnira vt ?'?? ?tfli vbdn ; TKO«h eaotea tegaesnaCyem to ooae Oo-il-KaWIi|ntt;waai«srSpiandmitc. WWt OosA we periaH, aataowa to ma, «or taan tejoaoB, aX SMi oar auDe: aigeBnaatlitlswanaltaiDeareaarana,* .UdnoanniBU.towliSd! GedgmUrih. Wmk Bb W Jojnew, aj-- «en- be eoU, Tot Co* *m (KUl -mt wa ««er, Car Ion aallaBeareanaDtaaraTier. Un Aem a flrtt aa Oe stoonr way. and Ubon baniei tbe w«arj -Uj : nosh oeufc ke ftalM. and life be said, Tat Ion aat labm abdl wtat sswart. It Utk em erj npaataajlctau-. If POKnc Uteor Stan ta dear i.4xt* '« »»» BBteetke One, mlaenlUtarlMianttairiK Wttat aaark we mom. we eaa eaaaartjajn ; Wsttlf weeKteoaetraailK ptata: A Bale apuk nva a Utb -e-R BWOUaaleaUieB, aaaniU. we ban ao aa^Ctt waHli aay ane a aool ; Seamen br V « -ar ttfe Mda Bai«aa-iiawgiewiiii»aer»i^ae. btasr u mrUl, eat *** anay, SatlmdaBtiJaBafcnferfaet*?; lakaw aaw wfflMr taMaBiMa arf. Bat Ion In tm, ...

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Port Curtis and Leichbardt District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Port Curtis and Leicfihardt District Hospital. The usual monOIy meetingof the Port Cnrlis and Leidhardt Diaadet Hoapnal was held on tit£ 12ih ''+*nt. in tileSunreme Conit Baadinga, Baatatreet. Mr' J. Headnek (vice^tesident} in Ae chaac There were also .reaentMe.ra.B-E. BukD (Traorrer), A. *eo, B. L. Dudm, and the Seaident Sorseon. T&e fflin'^^» of Ifae preoeding meeting 1 * ng bfiSD !B3b no dBDzsisd, l&B fieaaeot Sntgeon read a letter ban Thome CBS, wardamin of dm jiiftiUiUtm. iimiih riiiiiii an increaae to li« aalary, on iht gromd tliat he had been two yens in tie service, and flat tne nnmber of patienfa had greatfr mmiat.i of late. On the motion of Mr. Dams, wrmnlM by Mr. Vza, it was decided to increase tie joint salaries of toe wardsman and matmct &n £U0 to OSO a^ear. A letter fan the Down Oert wa» read, stating Oat the todratotite Heaprtalwonld Ti if Y in i*i nt ' - wi My oe mpamcL The Besident Surgeon reported, on behalf of the Balding CanamOf, tiiattbBf...

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Imported Draught Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

-f' imported Draught Horses: - Sdbjotsed are file j-aijn»»« of ten fought bones which arrived by the b.b. foomerang last Saturday. They are the pro perty of Messrs. £3gour and Hackly, of pracBased them 60m a weD-known breeder, Hr. Andrew Town, at ''-* ?*. New South Wiles. STas. 1 to 6 win fand bv Ifr TW™ - tile oOra had been purchased by him, and would not have been parted with but tor tie severity-of the lite draught. Tie age* and and pedigrees of these choice youngsters are as follows:— L Bay Yeading Entire, got by General Chanzy, imp., dan Hnffiugfani, by ftri*^ imp.; dam by Leath's cb. fa., mm. 2. Brown Yearling Entire, got by General Chauzy, fmp _ dam Violet, by Old Tom, imp.; dam by Idncoln, imp. 3. Bay Teazling FSDy. got by General Chsnzv, imp, dam by Atlas, imp.; dam by Ijes&'s cfa. ' rap. 4. Bay Tearing Ktty, got by General Chanzy, imp., dam Smuer, by Dayman, imp. 5. Stf/¥euimg RHy, got by General Chanzy, imp. dam Sot, by Iron Duke, imp., dam Poppet^ by 'Piayutan, i...

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Mr. Richardson and Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

Mr. Richardson am/ Emigration. The above-named geoHeman has titoogte fit Isaddnssaietter to iheBosbane papers, is sg emigritiftn aggm\ and the work be carried net in tint capacity. He letter, which is dated' Chair factory, Ipswich, February 2,' nasfoOowB:— ** l n oovficsisSBssfly vcfl-4atown by *»^wit^ w a {saetical cBBgntmn aernt, who bas twice arampaniod large bitches of the agricultaral and worldngdasses from the rnvTIitiiieottmies, Eogisad, to this colony. I befeje, notwitt my sneney have not taiedtodo raeor iJiem setves full credit-aat upon the whole * Mr. EichardsonV people,' as tiwy ate called, wffl bsar favourable comparisaa with asy other twdy of 1000 adult Jt^fwiwfo tijtb have recently settled in Queensland. So one has yet atbempted to write roe down as a place soririiffi, naacrapulons, exsegciatiag lecturer or agent. So far, then, the Press and public opinsoE has supported me. Yet the Queensland public haveto a large extent misunderstood my intentions and posi tion. Aadln...

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

|... LOCAL NEWS. f The pruutielur of the CofperfiM Jfiaer, Mr TT.^i»J1 announces in. last Saturday's issue of that paper its disposal to Mr. Peter Bobertson, of Oennoni Mr. HenzeUIesves Pe«k Downs for the sooth. Mr. Bobertson is a\ ptactical printer, ami has beoi for five or ax years employed on the JReair J-mdm Z'efe- gram. AmsnKE occurred in tie transmission of our telegram last week conveying a synopsis of the Queen's Speech. We find from the 6. M. Berate that w- uktuk to the pacific squad ron w31 be seeded in conseqnence of the ces monof FTjL Tiiis is quite contrary to the news which readied us, but it is no doubt A VE3TGS to Rocky inf'*TP« hb tiiat the ,, passenger traffic between that place and the Uswsan has increased, and is increasing, so mpidly, tint in addition to the private daily coach it is the intention of Messrs. Cobb and Co. to inn their mail coach every day, instead of every other day, as at present. This wfli be a great convenience to fesveOers, as pas sengers nav...

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The Crown v. Wienholt. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

The Crown v. Wienfmlt. The first of the actions for ejectment brought by «fc£ Cnm against lessees of lands bald under the Act ot 1868, was concluded on Saturday, at Toowoomba. Hie '??''?'?£ op of the Judge in the case has not reached ns yet, but the following is an exntame of the uauchxA features of the trial xuauahed by the Cmrier of latest date to band. He Attorney -General, in addnate the jury on behalf of tbe Crown, basedimpteaoingsimuniyonuui bbl snb-elaase of aec&bn SI of the Act, winch is as bflows :— 'The lessee of anyagricdtaral or pastoral land bis .agent at baiBtf shall reaoJcm rack aelBctwncontiMOBaly and *o«a jSaV during tile term of his lease. Provided that if at any time daring the emxsncy of a lease it shall be provedti tbe satisfaction of tins Coeamiasianer ^*»»* tiie Tula has absn 6Wd his selection and failed in regard to tbe performance of the iiniijaip— of residaase anxing a period of six mrwrft* it shall be is*-&ii for the Governor to declare tbe...

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

Gladstone. frame ope owx ooeeespokeeit.1 The ih^h^h1^'1'!?* bere at the Mmndpsl elec tion mtt suetfiiieteat satore. M f' w h VL Eyaus and F. Smith, the refemgaldernien, not standing for re-dsetion, Messrs. That. Byalls m^A ft Perkins were nominated and declared by the raturnmg-ofScer (Mr. J. Hawthorne) to be duly elected .u^o— . Messrs. X S. BloomfieM and F. Gore Kelly weredeoted sHiojijQra tor tne ensume ^bk. ABteflbnc of the aldermen was held in the evening, and by a unauimoua vote alderman -VC Bresunwas jpjaw^i M|mr ftp. tfr» *jymiwfc y**T. Agene ral meeting of tteCocnca was held -m Mon day. There were preoent-the Mayor (C. a Bresan), Alaennen JOswttiame, Watt, ByaBs, andPeddns. The Mayor declared file seat qnence of ins absence from the meetings of the Council for three '»—?»;* i letter was read from Mr. Surveyor Itackay, estimating the cost of »iym™p certain streete in the town at £33. It was then resolved that Mr. Haekay be instructed to proeeedwratueafljgnaentjanttewinditioro...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

1 NOTES ON THE WEEK f agarentiybilfiueditoporpaK. ItnMwned admnahly to ct^age fmhlic illniiijiw «imji^: all mmniaUykagrccna, and vmVoetmiaa fint^pHWavM, it 1m no 4onUbHndaen-gX jvufant to Imner tetiiwJ«itnjc. and prepti9 tiiepdbGc imndiarft.leH vumyu&ammvn*' natea. The land and loan qiu'limi wBE serve to wmOult poHic »ttanMo, cad, wijdy ana, aspply the IGaaifay widu mmle poJibcal on&al to start the boai nm_ nf tte iimiwi The ereat trana 4 »ailiitfiiti1 pnyect nay ttatifoce lie aafia^r put «ade far a more oananant mm Jndging by tie r-^^«J— alknradto taan a^iyratBrday, Hr. OdEer baa h»elf beoime abased at «te boVbeai at hk pro pniTi, and aceks to exact maeb anon famr aUTtBnm. But S the whale butt mw 'hroorfit to gam,' Jim tmnaeiian wodd, pnjbalay afiiuii' a -1iffiwniili aanact, Da9 avni' tDtst Jam inteiSgeDee indwatw Oat ike ..... m - ^ - 1 1*11 MLiSl 1 1 1 Tl I Jjmu-JlI.I liaaffla Kdiaaestfor daKOawn. muoe iAhbdbf mm* enzuuiy impertinent menier at her MajerfyV (^gorit...

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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY SO, 1875. The proposal to widen the basis and scope of the East Mbteton Agricultural Society, and . to transform it into a National and Central Association, is deserving of consideration. The original society has not been an improbable mat the contemplated change of form arose oat of a feeling that some alteration mis absolutely necessary to preserve its vitality. However, the partial jaihtre of the past need not be permitted to discouxa&e the euorts of what will practically be a. new nrganwa tion, having objects in -new somcienny tangible and important to call ibrth tne most active exertions of its members. The promoters of the movement a-awy that a Central Association is wanted to give complete effect to the aims and efforts of the various Agri cultural and Industrial Societies throughout the colony, and that mis felt want will guarantee the hearty coopera tion of the provincial organisations. It is also not unnaturally assumed that, granting the necessi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 February 1875

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BURSTALL.--On the 16th February, at her residence,   Alma-street, the wife of Mr. Henry Burstall, of a daughter. MARRIAGE. GREIG--MACMILLAN.— On the 15th February, at the   residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Dr. Nelson, Joseph, second son of Joseph Grieg, of Montrose, Forfarshire, Scotland, to Margaret, fourth daughter of Duncan Macmillan, of Campbelltown,   Argyleshire, Scotland.

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GERMAN EXPEDITION AGAINST THE CARLISTS. LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

GEEMAK EXPEDITIOK AGAIBeT THE CABIX8T6. Iokms, Febrsary SO. In fmiswiimat of the aiiduaMi of the JVl-ILImL f*» »? I UK saa sas— si «s ??* * .-???? for tiie Osriists' attack on the Oiliaii -wasel Gnstave, famny i- smm*ring aacval exae atJaaagansrttteCadSar^

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MITCHELL DISQUALIFIED. LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Mnx3HHX DISOCAUEEEU LfflamK, Seaman ». A motion bai ben pmsed m the fianae of Commons disouaGfyme Jahn HiteWB xobb fejfcjfgfcfe *?* m that House as a member for fl ? mil iiirtiinii in iimiisis

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DR. KENEALY. LONDON, February [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Dfi. EENEAUZ. IdBOHOt, FebravryaO. Dr. Kanaly, on enteasK the Bomse of CouBnons, JntmiinrriiVilMSlTirinTai 'asssii. who intimated that the inka of the House leqssredthat he ssnnliihin lism a|iimaais tn On the niiitim nT 11. Til mil I Ihn Tliasi waived the rule.

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