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MELBOURNE. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
TUTMOURNE. Febmaryia. The Govemment have imported some raB way rolling stock bom Amfrins. It bas been discovered that a Somsn Catholic teacher in one of the State schools has been in the habit of ersmrnnrirating the names of hispupflsto priesto, who tiien wait .montterrparema. FeWy2a Mr. Brooks, the bookseller of Bourke-street, has been sentenced by EBs Honor Mr. Justice FeBows, to timae if*'^*«' inmnsonment for contempt of Court. The partimlar offence was prejudging a case in which be (Brooks) '***?*'? . Fetanuya The Bank of New South Wales has with drawn from the Banking Confederation. The population of Victoria in eight nunared «ul eeveuttonssnd (807,080), souls the in crease oathe year bang seventeen thousand /17O001. Mr. Brooks, tiie juror hnpriwumd by Mr. Justice FeDnwes for contempt of Court, has been idesaad on his taking an affidavit that he was drank at the time he Mtmmtted tiie offence. ? February 23. The Bank of Sew South VSalej is competing with the other banks both for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
UringsUmeS Tomb. Ox 25th Dec Urge buck marble tombstone wae laid over the gmve of the late Dr. Living stone, in Westminster Abbey. The stone bore a lengthy mscriptawi in gold letters ss follows:— BKOtrOHT BT FjJTBFCl HsSKS, Overland and Sea, DAVID LITISG8TOSE, Missionary, Traveller, TJInlanthropist, BotntMAECH 19m, 1813, At Bbntae, Unsrksbire, itaBD fciY 1ST. 1S73, At Oiitamba's Valley. Ubla. For thirty years Ids lite was spent in an unwearied effort to evangeBse tie native races, to explore the an diaeovered eecreavxad abol ish the Jc^J-f^T* Slave TradT Or Cesteai. Aibica, . WimmUkUiliutworathemU ' 'All I csn dp in my aolflade is, may Htis;itf u rich Uetsing come down on every oae — Amrrwan, Engnsh, Turk— who win help to heal tiiis open sore of tbe woia' On the ngtaVhand edge of the stone are «he following two Knot ;— Tsntns amor veri SihB e* quod aoscsre Qnam Elnvii cunas per Soxnu Tanra And on tie left-hand edge the following text: — Other sheep I hsvewhii are not of this fold, T...
SYDNEY. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
tTi'DKEV. FebnaryM. News bas been reoerved that the a* City of Melbourne has arrived at San Fianasso from Sydney, after a passage of tveaty-mne davK. or four d»vs under contract tone. February 30. A in- %ht between two men named Bam and luey. ** ^SOS uide, task place *t Botany yesterday. Fourteen rounds were foBgfat is thirty-«ven and a-balf mmntes. SSmmwereleverfrnmnahA FoJtw« dedated tiM wmaer. Bk jotreimradit thefioiA. Mx BosseD, the Government Astronomer, ?larteforBaiopelyawoiitet^maaBtmmei with, tiie results of observations taken in. «a» oolsny of the late transit of F-™»_M^ a Tbe tsn- men engaged in the late prise fight at Botany were arres^, sadduigjiat the Polk* Court to-day -with a breach of the **'*? FebmarySS. The P and O. Company's brack maS steatner EDara auled for Melbourne yestaday witt tiie English outgoutt ^maus. Sie only took 12, 800 sovereigns «ad 230 -n- gold. Tbe prosecution against the Botany nriae Sfhten Tbroke down through a technical objection: A deputation ...
INDECENCY ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
INDECENCY ON THE STAGE. The Lord Chamberlain's circular to the managers of theatres, complaining of die indwynt dances and immodest dresses which won so '''' ??!?»? hum ?, £sasun -bT tbo modem drama, has called attention to an abase which, m my experience, w«s never so flagrant as it is now. There has never been so much audacity on die part of the ladies who figure what are called opera boose and Bur lesque in respect of die display of their chaims as there a aow. The on-can, which a far years ago was only send of as some thing which only the lowest of Sk Parisian in tie absence of die police, now farms a ?Minion part flf die stage i'i'»i*^*» ji.j..j. jrf oar London HiestnsTu finds its place even in the nt''''''— ', infa— J^ for ^ amuse nw^ii. of out iguls and boysj and nspedjUe me ?-????»« g& caBnnne, n was peEmos -^w thi riiii so £sr *??»*«-?* lie davs of £ve. Tbe problem apparently is how to get the smallest Penons who have no r*-**™'— whatever nUigi to be actresses or ''...
DREADFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
DREADFUL EAILWAT ACCIDENT. U is our (Bbme Son, December 25) painful doty to -?*''?'?*? one of the most terrible raSway rijaastpra which has ever happened in this country. On December 24, at 11-40, an express bun bound for die north, -m..n..J with Chruimas passengers, left die Oxford station of die Gnat Western Bauwsy. It consisted of sixteen carriages drawn by two engines. All went well nnta die heavily laden train arrived at Shipton, abobtamS asd a half bom Woodstock mad Station. Just before teaching die bridge crossing die canal at that place, die tyre of anTS the wheels of the carriage next das engine came oft and in an instant several carriages were tfimwn off die raus down an embankment twenty feet in height, two or three of them numgr into die canaL The train was izaveBmgat the rate of thirty-five subs an hoar at die time, and die destruction was, tneremre,awfiil. ThestrogglesafdiedrowninK, die cries of die wnmdedTtne hissing to snorting of die engines, and die wreck of the mi...
Official Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
Official notifications. The folios-ing nothicstions appear in last Saturday's Ootermmft Gtcttte . — Arronmnsts.— W. A. Brown, to be clerk in the department of Public Works; Joseph Hughes, at present sub-collector of Customs, Bundabece, to be sub-collector at TowusriHe, trice James Cordon, resigned ; T. P. Pngh, P.JL, and John Walsh, Sergeant of Police, at Goondiwindi, to be offices of Customs fin that district, zn eouDeetzon irzih Ihe Customs Border Patrol; T. W. Connah, from tile Andit Office, to be clerk in the Treasury ; S. Conradi, H.D., to be medical officer at Cook town, in the room of Edward Dondney, re signed, and TT«»»1**i Officer at the same place for the purposes of th& Quazantme Act of 1SS3 ; Winiam Armstrong, to be a member of the committee of msm^emeut of the Too woombs Hospital, in the mom of ft**« James Anderson, deceases ; Horace Burldtt, J.P., to be a justice anBmrised to celebrate taaaURsges ill Qie ptilicG uutsUct of Bmidabeic j Geoise J&fflscKf t...
Child Stealing in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
Child Stealing in America. Says tbe New York Correspondent of the Melbourne jxrnst, writing on December 23 : — ? Speaking of children wmmrta me of a very curious history, now approaching a conclusion in out newspapeis, which shows win what remarkable tenacity sooeLy retams some of ite most primitive dements of savagery, and bow these sometimes come to die surface in tbe midst of a civiusalion apparently the most tranquil and established: — 'Last July, there resided in Germantown, a very fine suburb of tbe the city of Philadelphia, a family by the name of Ross. sic. Ross had been wealthy, but was embarrased by tbe prostration of the previous falL EGs house, like most of (hat quarter, was surrounded by ample grounds, and was near a large park, where the children of the neighbooring ifamities were accustomed to gather. To these children there appeared on several occasions during July a couple of well dressed men, who talked wiih them and gave them candy. One day one of Mr. Ross's two b...
ROCKEY CREEK. February 25, 7.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
BOCKYCKEBK. Febmarr 9L 7'SO p.m. Anan and woman and »wo boys have been m 4taeei&GossnjoGxeeB:anioeye«tetday. One boy and the man were got off to^iay, ta* tie -o&en are still in (be tree, and there is no -chanee of gstting asao off until the weather -dears m. lathe meantime food is being taken to tnem by smmnmeQie creek. The enmby anmod Gocnjo and Kocky ?Oeeb and tte Demon is all flooded. Ottbb's aoach, Ate hat jestetday wiUittie -oumitiy mafls, hssnotamred. It b reported Jiere that the «oach dpind near Herbert's -tadc, and Oat two of the horses were There at noa«nimB«alimwiaitte»awson. The Boeky man leana per ttoUy to-d»y.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
Sou Bensataoa has been created at Wim Wagga (the Bmdtft conesnondent stateaTby ?jmse woman, who had lees jated, firing One abobi oat of a revolver at her late* admirer, wbo, however, escaped wioa one or woflesh wounds. He poKoe have taken up the matter, and a great ezpewe is spoken about TJie.nero in tiie wooU-be fasgedy « the «on of a large squatter, and ttieherome so owns a father who boast* die poaseanoa of ata&un property. It is mnch to be regretted (asys tbe SaOatu **™**°O «hat anrftanmt-t nadete mtrodaoe to the ooknyind die Western District a new and valuable aperies of fish lias jtojlb/faiM. ArfmrttenJanSeMr.G.R Bekte ujbroted his agent in tbe Uafirifana toriuptohnn.nmnbBr of anramie, a fco«V--- water fish, highly esteemedTfbr its dencu^ navuur. Advices were Bubseonem3v *»— j-'-^B diat 100 Jirensh had teen^on^iaaratnf! arie Louise, which arrived on Saturday Jmbrtnnately, the laat of d» fish dudtwo days before leaving port. It is a matter for «0Mt diat this attempt to ...
THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMS. MILLCHESTER. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
fi^ig -«EBra 7£tEeaitfgIj February U. The latest ondiing at the Defiance aSD, ?Chattels Towels, was 136 tons stone from No. ? Qneen Beef, whiA yielded 156 -*. gold. -HasunBie sow MIt BnE»godoa»laiselot -of atone fiwn St Batod^aktock daim, whkt IB IMI I JFITIfW 1 '''MT'1 InlteH&orMmdjim thereof uaucfeet jUek. In fte local Warden's Court, the hfiiring -of JEtUmnay bailing cases is frequent, the regidatiomi Imnng flwnon facing snsatis £setor|^ AtQaztea Xowen, it baa been ananged to bold Police Court sittogs twioM-wsek. A foe brake oat at one o'dack this mom hm »an3-otel in the main street, bat vss qniddy extjngaished. A woman was eercrdy Tie weather is fine, but bob TbeXowMJville oach, dne here y«Kbetd»y, tas not yet arrived. The Bmdekin having -ovecSowed its banks, the punt is unavailable.
The Riot Trial at Ipswich. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
The Riot Trial st ipswich. Ok Saturday last file trial of the Ipswich notexs ? vas oflnrinnFd xne pnaocers were James O'Scffivan, Denis Thomas Keegh, Thomas H-Connack, James Portley, Tim Evan, Patrick Shaw, and Michael St Ledger. After the jury hid been addressed by Mr. Blake, Q.C., for the defence, and by file Attorney -General fertile Crown, His Honor Mr. Justice T.itlpy, m summing up, pointed oat that the indictment contained three comlts — one for riot another far root, aad tile thifd for afEbsy. He withdrew £rom their consideration entirely tim third count, as it was asserted that the lighting should have taken place in a public place to consti tute an affray according to law. The hall of the School of Arts he held to hare been a private place for the time being, seeing that Mr. Porteus had hired it for the purpose o£ holding a lecture, and had charged for admis sSflnTThe iMitt^*'*' -were then charged with, riot and root. He had only one observation to make on ihe nature of tii...
POETRY AND TRIFLES. NOCTURNE. AS ECHO OF CHOPIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
==3 ? ; ? fg? I POETRY AND TRIFLES. . NOCTUB1TE. AS ECHO Or CHOPUT. 'Waiz n aeek t» «qMn ?nrmasiealanoDam.we emotionB. «o& store ta -iibw}- tfanagh thase inegu to «ten tke «o«t maaaal fcy anaae wa mr ?etna.'— Fine' ' Mmicimd Jbrab.' Worn, ana tfteaoenloraaea BeanI ia tte aiiBt * vat Mtu, SvaalbElaetfoaaiiiiiiknaniahete, Feeaag to «a; er» an aasesa Sser, TdEug »«?*«.»» BCtas a* Ofwoenatsalweestliattka mamejear Baa bnragU to toe bnu laesrt. TtffintotinJinm am janersnT, pin. Sfgaagaod«rwmhtg.awfl^uwnnag«ia as tbe sita ana ae waara take ant ; Lining a raiee to tke vdnelsst sties. leader estiesnei tsa taint Or replies. Passes of ssmnr tast paei iato «iEta Ftaaecios toseH on die dear tiAe of tone, G«ttertM in «km tm Ok neliMfa pan Strong to interpret Hie aeenb mtbum HamrBag tie aarjt aeU» of »* ; SpeakiB^tbelonGnixssf BBS, ii» Sail sears HUUaideant^aniasie that irik, Waro-To, la SGcreh ^ a sbore ; £Uie- of harjmar; , aoatoe annad, Wiaen in ejrdn of lessening snma. Die in the dlsta...
LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
LONDON WOOL HABKBX. Mr. HebnalaSekmetaiennriavaadervwhi I laiilnn. r-iiiinliii n. 1117* ?*?- laiMii ? Best of tic fiat man of London aolta of ooVanal wad m the not year boa to day bars SxadforTasidaf, 9m Febroarr. Tb» limil I i wmved and adnea oa .tlial aia aifaUow.— ?olaiamfl aaauoVa*. Syaney _ _ »,!» ._ Ufc-MS FottHnlb ? «,«B5 ... 44,8a VonDieowi'.I«ai.. 5S3 ._ — Aanhaae _. _. — ... JS.SJ4 SwmnBmx ? 380 ... — Tmj ri.l.nt ... 3,628 ... IS Cane ? lfi^M ... S^tt Total ? S^U ... 94*© togetber 1S2.117 boleo, aoaiaat I2l,|5t bda- «t tbe ame dote ant yaw. rSooe Ua «*?««- «at ade. the marks baa ingapylioft'to'honie wMUBUJtou aaJ*^ port, and odmtoan-derjte extant ban token taaee at finl ' ???????!. mnja. 'Ae afleaaahl tromtte mmiofiiliiiaig djehdefa nre a*ncr «„ urivraoaine pictan of tbe po-&m «f the rioBBagmdnjhy. bat imajkcf iiu^weMita m aewiatJ tade. Peafaa —to be fjuoy ?tncavcd, but Wa»nf*siai' y'— ooBtnoB to cnaad dnanad, aad thejw mudiei to A»aric^wbJeh.antwiB»^«anagBWSwiio-r...
GREAT HURRICANE IN JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875
GEEAT HTJEEICAKE K JAMAICA. , Fall intelligence has arrived of theternhl hurricane by which once again the island - Jamaica has been devastated; bat which ii described as one of the most dreadful visita tzons experienced in tint region of storms tor 40 years. U anna Oat tie rain, wmchhad been faDing in heavy intermittent showen for eight or ten days before, at length, on the 31st October, accumulated into one continuous downpour, which began at about 2 p.m.. lasted tinja^wnt the mght of Saturday and kept on, with but a. slight interval of au'hour or so, the whole of Sunday. 'On Sunday, shoot I p.m-, the u'nd began to Uaw m Kingston bom a point nearly north^rest, with great violence, but within an hour allaiijujE it had veered round to die east and mm. The mdscatuHis of tiie bmaieter i»*^ &pg& warning of the impending -^«-«-- a] several Teasels took tfie m hiiiulj precauiiuus by stziking down supeBSnouscpanBazMl lagging, letting down anrhnrn, getting well oat into the...