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FALL OF A RAILWAY BRIDGE UNDER TWO TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

FAIL OF A RAILWAY BEnx* DNDEE TWO TEAtKS. As ttpa p**'*^'^1' trams were crassulg tiie small iron bridge spamring Lake Rowlands, en the Northern Central Eafltray, ax miles from Ballamore, on November 30, the bridge gave way under tiieir weighs breaking at each end, and the whole etmdore £JZmg into the vnsbec He momenbim of tte two locomotiTes ozried them safely over, but tne tenders, two baggage can, and the passenger cars fell into tiwuke. The passenger cars were crowded with people, whose qftr''1'* were heard at Use ^a». several hundred yards distant. The scene was most remarkable. The baggage cars fell straight down upon their tracks, and the passengers ens stood upon one end, reeling against the baggage ors and the abutments of the bridge. The passengers harried oat of the cm that had Dot reached the bridge, and commenced to rescue tile unfortunates who were straggling to escape from the water tint half fiDed the fallen cars. All were got out safe except Apton Young, who was in t...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Gladstone, Ifbok mm owtr ooBBEacoHDENX.] The Land Commissioner, C. W. Bicb, Btq., held his Court on Thursday, IBih instant, when the following appucatiaus were djaposed of :— W. W. Watt, 125 acres at TooSooa; M. A. Sathedand, 45 acres on the Agri cnttnral Reserve ; B. G. Gilbert, 7680 ?cms at Booluuron ; J. Bell, 1900 sens at Banon ; D. Cairneroas, 80 acres at Baroon; J. Ben, 9%aCKsatDani-!eCiBek; W. BeD, 600 acres at Double Creek ; J. Beu, 800 acres at Double Creek ; J. Gtemie, 1000 acres at Boofturon ; and J. Wmm, 2*0 acres at Tookwa. The atppucatsm of J BeQ fiir 1300 acres on Bscoon was rejected. Mr. PerldnB, the energetic Secretary of the School of Arte, gave his promised lecture on Pompeii on Thursday evenW ahutrated with pictures of tbe rums and cimonrhps that have been usearthed by the excavator. The lec ture consisted of K detail of tacts, word pic tares, and anecdotes, selected and delivered ina stole highly creditable to the lecturer, more especially when we CTurwder it wa...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Suez Mail News. HORRIBLE MURDER OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Suez Hail Hews. HOEMBLE MTJBAEB OF A CHILD. Oy Deoanber 10 tte garrison' of PmrBeet, Essex, and its surroundings were awakened from their usual quietude, and a most painful interest was excited among aU chases* by m rumour to tte effect ttat one of tte garrison *4iili''.ny) aged six years, bad been first fear fully oobaced, and subsequdntiv murdered — a report which turned out to be strictly correct. The Soilo-wing are tte main tacts r— Attaches to tte garrison of Pnrfieetis a school for tte edncstionof all the children of tte soldiers, and some time since Richard Coote, a young sergeant of the Boyal Artillery-, was promoted to the post of p^h«^Jraagfrjw Among the schoiarB were Alice B*mf'hi'*1, aged six years, and her little Brother James, tte cmldren of James Bougben, ser vant to Captain Wood, commandant of tte garrison. ^3ie children went to school A* nsualf at 2 o'clock on December 9 andalxttle before 3 tte little girl Alice left tte room to go into tte back yard. Soan after she...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Aramac, Thompson District [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Aramac, Thompson District We lam bad a tfavy tin of rain tfaramrbont this dSsfeict, and tte creeks are all flooded. The weather is' now, however, taxing op, and ss tte country is well anppGed vitt pass and water for some time to come, tte uroapects of the district are ray good. The suck movemesta are:-250 Eesd fat cataefrom Mount Conrisb, Mr. White in chaise, for tte Mmer ; also a nnxed lot of store catSe from tte same station for tte southern markets, Mr. Cstterson in charge, said to be a fine hit. Amobcf mixedbroken in horses, belomjmir to Messrs. Irons and NM, for CSenilandBsj ; also a Luxe mob of store catHe belonging to Messrs. Manrtorey and Maine, from &. Lawrence, bound lor tte landsborocgh, Mr. Wxdte in charge. They are a fine lot of young catUe, and look exceed ingly weD, reBacSng great credit on tteir drover. This mob came through by way of Albro and tte like, and Hr. White speaks of it as a good mad for bavdlmg stock. ItSheanngis nowfimsbedon Bowen Downs, Ed tte e...

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MINING SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

tf/JV/rYfi SUMMARY. Sncci oar brtammnmy was written bat EtUe inHiiiig mtennenoe is to iiaud, owing, no doubt to the a&a»liuu»euadented winds and mniQCwhe mL Himng^fTntrVHii iJiniiHji oon toe district, and to a vervEreat extent all through the eokmy, ban been stopped for the wjne Mng by fan rams and floods, and some weefairill m all rrohahah^^ai before any vety gnaw- nBjnmment is nuifHtod. Bras TOnmflK HOt hb -iCwntBnmcBtMo stopped, is the what iuhrtligfrri fiotn Cook town with Mteanoe to the Pabner. Some large psreek of a^ however, are reportedas eommTm, amlTm? neb an said Itobe bow openeS at the gold-field, with plenty of mac for machinery. At MUMwfar a craning at the Defiance M31 of 138 (am atone from Ko. 4 Quean Beef yielded US am. sold, or over an ounce to the too, and the reef in the Hit or Mist claim is aid to be air feet thick. Stone at even an ounce to the ton in aach owaiitTliws wfli pay veryliaan'aianflj. Gympie qnarfawmtimwai to yield handsome returns, and a tide ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Oxley Railway Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

7*8 Oiler BalHnr Bridie. Tbx QsanHfaW Time, thus describes the progress of this work:— The first tinng Oat attracted attention was the sinking of the iron cyGnders npon which the top structure of the bridge win be laid. xnese wm number m all eighteen, there being; six openings in the bridge ofeighty fast eac£ one of forty, and one over deep water of 169 feet. On the south side of the river there are One cyhnden down to a depth of Srirty-fitt. feet bebw the ordinary formaBon, or twenty feet below low water leveL On the north aide, the two cylinders which wnl adjoin the abutment are down in their puces on afounda tkm of solid rack, which had to be bored t or a -WMMiwlJaJiriMw.4itwift-^A« These cylinder, an at present beme fiued with concrete; and we observed that labourer* were busy laying in the foundation of concrete for the abutment on the «?«??]?«??? aid. sheeted piling having been put down in the first instance to a depth «f twdre feet to confine the founaation, the banks being o...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE ENGLISH MONEY MARKET. LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

im. EKGtlSH MOKEV irtBirgr Losdos. Februarv 30. ?T T - 1' -? -?l.rTfnr*- iTt-milas pat £xed tie rate of diaoamt at 3J osr oent ' :

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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The Capricornian. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

SATTJBDAT, FEBBUABY 27, 1873. If the colonists of Australia and New Zealand were asked whether it was their wish to separate from Great Britain, the reply, in nine cases out of ten, would probably be in the negative. They would consider that, though liable to with 3. great empire in t''** of wsr, greater dajBj|^&-.nu£ht arise if they were riiTOOTTrriiiHBtpon their own resources. _ As small inaeyerident communities they * might be attacked by some of the great '? powers, or even some of the smaller ones, and have to succumb ; and they therefore ding to the mother cotmtry with the feefing that the ajgis of her protection is necessary to their safety and preferable to submission to a foreign state. The 'tight litrie island 'has also . a strong hold upon the affections of the colonists. She is, for the most part, their ?tfftfiii-ii home; and thorm^isome of than -fed that they have-not lad ranch of her »w»m«i apd rejardVand have to a certain extent bees danst from her shores, yet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

MAILS via TOBBES STRAIT, for the United Kingdom, the Continent of Europe. India, 'c&a^ebx, will CUBE at tins office on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 3rd For Begiafand Letter* at 6 pan., and for MsneyOraasat4p.n. For Sewipepen and Book fackete at 7 p.m. ftfliitffj T^i*— ?_ fc^ all placea except the United Snelon, at S pjn. and tor the United iKta. for or iSlta United Kingdom, bearing a late tee of -:?[?—? ~ maybe ponrrrt on board the abmerlbry.-at the Govern ment Wharf, npto9p.ni. ? ' Postmaster. P«t Office, BotMnr^ton, Benrnsrya, W7S. rTTflE BOCKHAMPTOlf BULLETIN, J_ pnbfisbed every morning at five o'clock, is tfcToldestana meat wHdy-dreabted news paper in Cental and Bbrtfaem QoeanJand. Vaddition to luuiMi»Uiy local ana, Ihe reader* of the Bourns are pnrided with the latest tdegrarine aid oteirrtdligencerromall parto of & world. Metropontan and oficial news is atzred for by a special correspondent -*-«— -a at Brisbane, and amnganoim are in |sngteas for WH4iiTilfc carreapondaitB in...

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The P. and O. Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

The P. and 0. Company. The hsK-yearly meeting of the above compasr was held in loodon on -th December Jsst. After presentation of lie aireotoA^pjiei tia» IsSawswsiB^aasnt SHfcSMrls. at ul s.ljmmtl 'fTjUri WsAjh WB' eSktbe&anrmg^ A ^afe^^SckT' SL^SreSUtnCS^ nearly tbe Sp*B.|l; lart'yeS was somewhat m exsess of that at last year, which was owing to the in creased price of provisions and stores of an kinds. Stating the matter goneraBy there bad been increase in the emenditare «£ the company amontitmg to £«,«», and an increase of about *16,«buintlK«anringa, SD tbst putting one agsinetthe otter, in snaad numbers there was s deficiency of aboat £20,000, winch would toUr account far Oe dimnmtioo of one percent in the drnaend. There bd been ? itom*- m the nctipte final piHi'iiu^'i w. owincr psrtly* to the jesser mnnber of people trsveumg, and KMtbrSjo'tts* increased \JluiAptJMi ' j!hB*e?'3SflBS ''3fcsw-- * decrease in the noipti JnacuJswSr mag antaact amounting to vaMty, Owing -to t...

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INDAND DEPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

OH)A}JD DEPOTS. It is unfortunate tor those who innnhWl tot the establishment and maintenance of inland depots, for ihe more effective ^!i^ti|Trtifin rfinunjgrants brought out at the public expense, that: the experiment -of this Irani at Toowoomba, the most ' important inland town in the colony, has not hitherto proved itself a success. - A portion of die passengers by the two iast immigrant vessels have, been for wanied *htff«ar — ^^ ?fattpri the Alexan ^'''j uavingiilled up its compleinent of living Jrejgjht expressly for Ipswich and TEoowownba combined. Tne foatrft of iiimiiyi'smiv %t*rft op n*oin the TwHnc went off very slowly — in fact, could not be ironed off at all by culinary means, and, -atJast, to make room for anirals by the second vessel, about eighty people had virtually lx- be driven out front goven ment lod^nrjs and radons to shift for themselves. And it would seem, in deed, thai a poor shift they made of il. Their labour was not in request, and many of them had to ac...

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DR. KENEALY AN M.P. LONDON, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

DR. EEKEALY AX iLP Loswor, February Mi Dr. Keoealy, the l«te counsel for theTieh T-rnr-t'*iiiTmri- hm 111 in nil it ill in mumrt Stoke-on-Trent in the House of Canamas.

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THE DUMMYING ACTIONS AT TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

THE DtnorSTNG ACTIONS AT TOOWOOMBA. The evidence taken at the Toowoomba Civil Sittings of the Gram, Court in die actions Regdja venut WrEMBOLT and Oraas, discloses a systematic endea vour to obtain possession of Crown law ; and t^'*^ g« ii-wi«. of ejectment must be rJa****^ in a dinerent * Ji*yniy altogether from those previously tried in the Supreme Court at Brisbane, the pro ceedings in regard to which were taken on strictly legal grounds irrespective of the bond fiia of the defendants. We have on several occasions written in de precatory ij^ihr of the course being pursued by theCjovcniment m wj tinimty actions against selectors simply for the purpose of testing itrfllT4ful points of \a.v.3 in Gn&crthst tnc auwnrfmfnt*: «^i*\'c- sary in the Land Act maybe made ap parent Messrs. Tooth and Daven port may have wDfiilly set aside the provisions of the Acts under which they obtained their tides, bat the Attokney Generat, j-mpIiatiraHy disclaimed any desire to impute to those ge...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. MLISS.—(CONCLUDED). CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

1 TALES AND SKETCHES. ULIS S. — (concluded). Bl BSKX HlKTX. BoKnrEU leas spnefcl in her intercourse with other scholan, MSst «ffll retained an oSerarre attitude in regard to aytemnatra, Perinpj fi» jealous element in not entirely u-ihl— - it. Ktfle breaft. Perhaps it was only that the round enrfes end plump out Ene offend more extended pinching snrbce. But while aoch ebollitiane were under the master's control, ber emnity occasionally took a new and irrepressible farm. The muter in hi first estimate of the child's Jiaiailei coold not conceive that afae bad ever TjoBssssed a dolL Bnt the rnsn(n', lux many other professed readers of chararh'r, was safer in A poitrriori than e priori reasoning. HUes bad s doll,—* nnmller copy of herself. Ifa unhsDpy eiatcuce bad been a secret discm.-red aoridentaHv by Mrs. Ibrpher. It had been the old-time companion of Muss's wanderings, and bore evident marks of entering, to original complexion wae long aince washed away by Hie weather and anointed by...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

CE1IXSS IV. The long wet season had drawn near ita doss. Signs of spring were risible in the swelling bods aad miring torrents. The pine fmsta exhaled tie fitBherepicery. Thesaleas wen already bonding, the Csanotfans getting ready in Dae livery to sprint. Onthecreen upland which climbed Bed Moontain at its eoothem aspect the long spike oftbe monk's hood shot npfnam its braad-leavsd stool, end once man shook ibj dark-blue bells. Again tne billow above SmmVe gran was soft and creen its crest just tossed with the foam of dames and buttercups. The little graveyard had gathered a few new dweusm in the past year, and the monads wen plaoed two by two by the ]m3e paling until they readied Bmith's grave, and there there was but one. General superstition had shunned it, and the plot beside Smkh was vacant. Then had been several placards posted about the town, intimating that, at « certain period, a celebrated dnmuo: company would perform, for a few days, a aeries of ' side-splitting* sod * ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

3^H|EE--nJ9WMBOA- ??*'*' ' 1US&BEX AH» CCB MUHOglBB ABEUUPEftOOB ? ?? ^ ?? ? *f*v twovtebb ~-* oskebal beamey. uuHiiU'i. ? / ' ?; :-«pK'; ?-.=- ? ? HwllMilOw 'I ? nifliim Wate. j 'ISA ?« * cy^'i.4 k igy.' ::««w*«om wffi S^fei^MJSi^^ ^^*W -tB^' *to^-^- -'-I-' ? . ^um ™t..]!'it- ?'*«?» mw .sue eooosai JP OB « A I. B — «da 8AL« JBBT CAHIC. in f*''*SanB£££Sx&' P8K BALK CgBAf. -^ —? ' ACBE8OV AID IEWIK, 1?OK SALE, STOKE CATXLB r— im Ibuma aid tan- J? mmmxtm, WHIim ^imt, 1500 Oms ad fiofen (wcB4nd), 1 to S h^te 90S „ Sail „ mfe— Jaak-rii.. jiii-1 ii «f WOOL «0 ' Ito4 ' JL — a HBPMj. FATanJSP^E STOCK. '' ~ ipoHrv'V nmrm WHilAIC PATTDMN. BBOirai * ^^^ B88K& & B. DAVIS * CO., _? ? r _ ? TZTI^Z ftMCB, toy^ -«d Cowpinm J* ° B 8 A L I; aartan Au^.». »y*i^ 1tnii»—iHiiii ? a aWtOai — i niil»i. wjai«rf— «t ^at^i^JbdiaaBntav J'» ?*? ?'*? nmn a DBWAK. . W~' O O D A K D W O« B, 1?OE fiALK, STO»1E SHEEP— AJMTOaVAr-a. -'L-m,. ,, , ,lJri.,ia..,i-. BBsunchma^ftflnMaat alfl...

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Dr. Livingstone's Last Journals. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Dr. UriBg3tone's Last Journals. (Arss fife X£se-.) The two TOimnmrWi have beenpobCsned by Wf Mm i jy iihImw the nsmSTfe DC SBVCS _9 a£_abi^^£ ? » -v - ^ ^^^ .- .. JOK CSnSBBSOBB wane WBU new uiamveiv. ' W-Un not toiiepW«-e Ids by accident arcsril ? «w.'*aya tbe iabodnetnn, 'tt V single entry fan the time of asxmgstones departure from Zsus3gis-~ in tJie ^wsKaniing of 1866,tottedvwsSniis note-boaE dropped from Ids hsaJCin Afe«aiagt «£»*«,«. tie end of April, U33*' at is to fti iii jti^nf; passages in DiC^ngfeaeVSBNttt the Sfc^rftfceresta iSPfami with special farnCTOien^ We :extr»& the following pe» sages which fcnntam Us latest nob*, andinB «Tf« have now arrived jt tie lastwmds written in Dr. livingstone* diary— s copy of thetw»p«M in Ins pocket-book which «on tabisthema, by the help of photography, aet before the reader. B » eviaSt&the ra unable to do more than make tbe shortest memoranda, and to mark on tbe map which he n making the atreama which enter, the lake at f...

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The [?] of [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Tbe Pren&atire of Panltm. The lonuwiuKUiirjjwtfTir.-. which has just beaaaaidbe^tlajfruliaasaataf Hi BurnTi Walei, wBTbereadwiih fatnit here, as tt aga^ to the exercise of fee pmugaU.e here Sb«et*e nd- as tt daw m *be aietar «*my =- T^tovenar^SeKsieBBobiBsentosae Secre r tottyrfBtotefatteCotaiiet , ^lanuieiil Ho^ Sydney, aft June. 1874. - — My Ebrfl,— With reference to Laid Kim tieriey-sdeipatahof tbelfth Mmn, 1673, s^Ao previous fiOBmnandenee aeto Use exer OMcMbejjnragin, ^ pardon. I hare the lianiRiriaiiurwara'&copy of a printed pner which Iia«i-e«ilail before Partnimeot, ahow ingftedmion *rrma at by the Executive Cornea on this subject —I have, fce., ' flmcbns Bobtjisok. The Secretary of State forth* Colonies to GovernorSirllereues Robinson, K.C.M-G. Puwiimg-ftlii wit, October 7, 1874. 8ir,—Ih»ve-to«eknowledge «* receipt of yonrdospsbi. No. 66, oFthe ?»& June, in men yuo encuse KiniiBBD. vsper im moie the Parliament of New Soutii Wale*, at the bottom pi pa...

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"The American [?]"—Messrs. [?] and Sankey. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

'The American tnmgeHttx'—Xem, ' JUmm// eat Santa?. A. ctmxuspoKDEST tt the Aa% JSnot fbrwsnkd die following feunfioui Man rtn*!** on the 28111 S6ocniber-^ 'To the majoritj- tf people the fact that between four and five thousand men and women assembled m a. pnblic baflat eight o'clock ' on & fiubly montmg it December will be praa£ |boc evidence uiat 4h£y were vexy jmch in -easnest about the business they bad-m band. There ?were nearfy five thousand persons in the Free Trade Hall here this mom ing Jto hear the 'American Evangelists,' Mieuib.' Moody aud aa&xsy*. ' ' juuved at a quarter to eight, under die impres sion that I was rather early than other wise. But I bear that at seven o'clock die approaches to the still dosed doors of the haU -were thronged, and die people waiting patiently under the bleak sky through which the monsng light was struggling. I know that I bad to stand during the whole of die service, being one of a crowd wedged in die passages between the cl...

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BRISBANE. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

BEJSBASE. BebnarvW. Mr. John Boadss has peHial»dM ijri^ea to tlie csBetamoTnaifing Downs, m wsieh he The Oara has arrived in MotetonB^, with JmmCTB^apdrepotUaUinjfl. ttote^octed 3*t many ran in tile MB chell DiaSct andAewhere have twan for wBh frontages to watmxngaw ha»» 'beca Semalcasu of 'measles haw oceanad on PetaeTemocandtteadva-iiBtyof doBDg tiie minaij fifhwii in fiomeonence it tmjt— AbeaVoBernade ty Capfain Troofao, m behalf of the AJSJT. Company, for taorasS *teaiamto«aH.tKmcflSa-,i»*ow xnder oonsideration of Ike Govenment, asd wul prolaMy lead to favooaUe romHa. AtJlkiam from GwiJiIwineaya fee maas » ? . ? tt^^ |' lal , ^ * ™ ,| — — ? ?ave necs ansisjen nf nBBay a iiswiiii Vf floods. FebnarySa A supplement to the thurmmtml OaatU d^mMm'ium ^ laoJalUSliuU fcr**M*- !?!?— imii, ParUament^Tn^.gMltardL^ Xhe .dtrstf f af tiusdayirtiififlhihejBjpttBit' ment of a Soard to inqnue injbo~£be canses and bertaeamotprevenliiigdisoMciil among sheep, cxtfle, and bones. The Boatd wffl afio ...

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