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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

1 SHIPPING HEWS. I ABS1V1U. Fetnarr IS^-laoy X*aas«. s^ &. torn, n»ij«iii \ff^ 031. frnrn PrnHVir'. P'1' 'my ffj viiUtt ports. Csasenaers: Mo. & B. Dana, aad^^badren.kbs.fiama. Was And, JaS Simpson. Uessm. A. Iknrime. X Bmm.E. SamSi, X £. Sarnes, A. C Stewart. W. Anser, B. Cran, Honing. J. Witam, J. W. Warner, W. BeU. Gmjd^WOmm, 3. Ben, A. C. Hamilton, and 30 mtte ataaage. Wood and Wood, agenta. , ' February SL^BaWnfla, u, 262 tons. Captain W. Bed, fans Sydney, Fefaraary tt. Eaasengeu: alsasts. W.S.EasO, X.Baand±, F. Olton, 3. living, L. Ode, 3. I. Baf thokmew, W. FTWhitc, J. W. VoSoax, B Sehmidt,aadI3ia the ateerafe. Wood ana Win Ml. miiiIii Febmary 21.— Thom«B Day. ketes; S foam, XL, jmb^ snaase^ 1— '' sanoanen. wisn 17.000 feet pine, eoaagnedto H- Jonet aaS Go. Master, agent . Febmary 19.-Bhujc Swan. ajL, SID tona. Captain A. T. JBdwards. nrSaecfcay mmeL PMeengen : Jim. WatoB, Jin. SStejEns, Heanm. Waton, Johnston, Stereu, W. S^ and 7 in the jsteeeaee. Waedwd Wiio...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. CAPRICORNIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

a ? IE COMMERCIAL j niwii^^nw Ovnor. ^tadoy EvenmCi bncto beat £tSe or as y-s-— done data* the week c«yaml aome aaall retail I I' i The atemywaather aid flood, wi&tibor»jltirili«^wm;ta.btTeftJIjocca- ? ilii1; li, in nacniaf pant stocb ?eft and wifii tbe asBawr bob faemaitiRfy at ott n» eoaatqr far muy ade- anaad «''??!*'? m naoer tratar, mod lihji nili'i ?iliii ni ? llii inli iV« ni ill nut tmaaBfifftn,*) Ik* Oe Kadi sod ?txmtdjy fiMmrd it fm lor fnvWHC ferW'? tsetnetn. 91fa-iMat: vadvvttnonred m tont ?'^''''jfti'*^ CH^f^oaXt flc tnc wsex, tnd. sevenl taaaa wen reported as on Hie tori. Obbb ? Bsanaal at loot weaVa EBtaa. =Sfagoma««*nliSoniC «ool tare bem Teeand in town dnrJnctxe week . — RrWoBarBeklasarCa.: 19 UObb, DHE; 12 Me* WelMhat. BrA fSgec-. 30I-1-, AM orcr Bebnaot. By a B. Saw: «bbV«, HcE. Is choir nuntUy malar, dated Sydney, Mti. Sonsy. IRS, Xeaom. Mobt iss Co, repoct: ? -mta the odea beU tim week, when, awing to imlktuiuahte Bajat tdepmn. o»«ng come tknach, bo^aeef...

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Rockhampton Police Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

flockfiampton Police Court FEIDAV. Breach of tbk Mumotai. Act. —David Wiley was iufbrmed against by E. R. Janes, Corporation Solicitor, for Oat he did on Ihe 15th day of February instant neglect to le move a certain building, then and there bong erected by him on aUotmeot 'of sectian SB, saulBBdaoii having been declared by proclania- Zmf tion to be of tiiB first dass, for the purposes * ? of Ihe -f»«ii-ipa* institutionB Act Amend ment Act of 1868; and the external walls of such bnuding not being erected of brick, stone, iron, or other incombustible-, material/ and notice to remove &b said tjiiMmg having been previously given by the said Municipal Council to the said David Wiley.— Mr. Jones appeared in person for ihe Municipal Council, and Mr. Melbourne fbr the defendant— The evidence proved that the defendant had been only served with a notiee fa- flimvynt^rtw* tfw- hniMlwg » if. TOR W^wiy to the Act noted in the information, and the Town Surveyor after proving that the' bui...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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ON MARRIED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

ON Mfc^^TTm MSN. M.rargn Men ue very common. They may be fonnd in great rrambere in any Urge assembly, and even in 41m public streets. They are known by having ead looks, bad dotfaes, aadirritablfi tempera. I onoe knew jjne who had » good temper,, but his vife was dead. Married Hen always know ffce prices of potatoes and coal. 'Hey are generally led in the face, and don't wear moustaches. They are fond of dining at their friends' fi^ynqfl*, and like mustard and onions. They have wives other living or dead. The living wivee sometimes stamp on the floor, and sometimes cry : an elderly getrftotnan told me this. Some Married Men hare a lot of children. I know one who has tirirteen. He never goee home until ten o'clock at night He BJekB dogs when he meets them, and reads the descriptions of murders in the papers. He borrowed half a sovereign of me and never paid it back. He has no watct, carries a henry stick, and pounds it on the pavement when he walks. I have heard him use bad language...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MORE DISTINCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

uobe xtjsnsaaov ' 1 BITS became an honorary member of the -Wtatm Hew York Boolhy'Boriety, and my «mbUionBatuSed. SaBOody.Iromearly yonJhlban taken an ?eanecial interaat in the aubieet of pooltrr ruinci and to thia »i»ili-JHp tooehes a ready sympathy in myhreaat In aa a achooHwy, pottfaj-niBngwaeaKtadjwithnie.andlmay eay without egotiim that at eadj m the age of aerentoenlwaaaojuanitedwifli all the boat and apurBM method, of raning chkkeoa, bom mang thorn off a rooat by bnming lueibr matdbeaimaer their noeea, don TtoiKSnt Asm off a Cause on afcoaty night by inajuoatmg the «odof a warm board under their beek. By tiiefimel wae twenty yean. old,lHaayaappowJ I had raiaed more pooltr; than any one mdrridmuin all the eeetias round abontOen. XhenrychiokanaeaBie to know my tahxtt by and-py. 7ht youth of both enea earned to paw the earth teworma, and old rooatera that came to crow* remained to pray,' when I paved I ban had eo much experience in the rasing of fewbtfcat Io*nnotbut-faink«bsta fe...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

if'* — ^\\ \u *«*»»*, % }) NEW SCIIKEB DEiFEBT. 8TEWABT ft LUCAS a ATE JLASBED, -x MAETABAH, DBCAPOUB, DAEUSG DOWM8, ?mtSDFTOUC, NunerY-oNE packages GENERAL DEAPEEY, oGormnc EVEEY SOVELTT HOW WOBN. «u.w«ds AEE MARKED VEBY CHEAP. Cotmtty Ordem pmopfiy attamded to. PiTTBEHS FOKSTASDED PoST FhO. BTEWAET AHD LUCAS, EOCKHAMPTOS. /CHARLES P. C&IPPS, *J ttaaa Gbbsbt *s» Wasusus DEOTcrer, in tinnkmsOe psbGc for tbe »ary Hnal ?appott acooroad to ban dmmg Oe lut ten yearn, takes ttm umiuitaintj of flawing attantian to the nmay adTaatega poaeaHd by ba rkablidmnt, tie be* 5 ita kmd ineentodOoeandand. The DBPEKSIKG DEPABI1IEKT m SBder 4he apocml «npernoian of «he Prmalpd, wbe bus Cerate of gm09ca«iontam.tme Qaeendanl Medical Board, and wbo bmbad m hlger nrjK-rimr m J-i— ????-? than any tnaateniadenp by InmmS or a flmrorn^ warpatart Ammtonl, one of wnom wuTbe faand on the Premiam at all bom. The ProprieUir ba mode anecid ananae. menta far receiving oonatant bnpartatea of DnigB direet from...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE VATICAN DECREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

TtTR VATICAN DECREES. The echoes of Mr. GJadatoue's pamphlet are nearly spent, bnt the enonnnm circulation it has reached, bens r-Mi-w^ in a cheap form, is evidence of the interest it has excited if not of themeuateof its effect Probably no purely poUieal iwmnWft. has ever bees more widely lead. In die controversy which it has aroused, die oray fresh contribution of any real importance is die circular letter of Archbishop Manning, which was read on the first Sunday in December at fc^gh mass, and at the evening service by ai die clergy of Us diocese. Its langaage, in view of t& letters -* T — ' »-* ? * -*»? — ' ? TTiTiill niMan empbaSc as words can be, and hoMsthem op, tioughnotbyBanie,asheretii3»df--»ndemnel Tbe archbishop, JtnXi^ to events which are 'nnhappth/ notorious,' declares that 'whosoever does not in his heart receive and believe the doctrine of the immaculate conceptian and the doctrine rt H.-^.f.n,TJl^y of die vicar of Jesus Ctrist, as taey have been defined by ti...

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Logan Downs Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

Logan Downs Station. (from tie Peat Dowm Telegram, Ftbrmon 17.1 It is usual, when doa—thinj. tiie chief in dustrial establishment-, of the colony, for the writer to be first fmograpbica], secondly historical, and lastly descriptive. We kbsB endeavour in this case to follow the orthodox order, and state first where Logan Daagn m. The general direction of the Peak KaufrJ&V north and aouth, and from BabbaboUM Scott and Boper'sPeaka, as they areg»2!ly catted, on the aonth to Wolfaug Pealjun the north, the line of peaks nearly foDom this course. But from Volfang fietfc « aort of maratrikesout ina more ewterb/ direction, tbe chief fettuues of wfaioh are Mount AlexarjderaadlfceGaaiini Thui «jnr mexeiy drrideB some waters flowing into logan Creek from others, and tea-mates inafew miles. The main w»harabed, which has hitherto ?enustedtoe Peak Downs waters from time of ttelraaoB, bears away from near Wdfang Peak in a mare westerly direction, and now divides Oentm of tte Peak Downs fro...

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

I OUR BRISBANE LETTER. I Thv Ejectment actions tried at the Circuit Court at TooircmmlH, involve issues of vast importance to the colony, and I will therefore as briefly as passible try to explain their nature. AH the actions, except one, I believe, lave reference to selections, and all werciafcen op under tte Crown Lands ATifnatwn Act of 1S6S. There were three blocks, each 3560 acres, or four square miles, selected od Irvingdale, which is a part of the ran fcnowa knovn as Jondaryan. The selectors axe contigmniE^z) and abutting on the railway ipw- There were two other blocks in another part of Hie nm, with reference to which edmx S^proceedings were instituted, and there was still another case, Kegina v. Simpson, relating to a selection on East Prairie Him. Bat I had better confine myself to the three selections first named, as they may be taken as fair sample of the whole. The cases were all disposed of by Bis Honor Mr, Justice LDley and juries of four. The Attorney-General, Mr. Bla...

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THE NEW FOREST SHAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

THE KEW POBEST SHAKERS. There has IaPa»w a winfl''!**' tfTJiitiHafln -tf fanatical piety in Sie New Forest, not pr ftom die place where Robert Owen once sig soaaliEt **'' ? *?' About two years ajgo % small estate vis pureBased liete by one He. jjiiiiiMjr ongmally a Snftolk BeL»*ut jsd, who believed herself the subject of spnalreveuv. ?tirtiwa and had sacceeded by her «uiitliii«aia««Tn in ??^fpffcwy to ftfjy^f £ coQfizdemble body of disciples. The means were supplied by a Miss -Wood, and we are informed that a ann of between £4000 and £5000 was laid oat upon lite property. *p-«* 1*^*3^ /vMnmnrw^y incbued. ynmpn and «*fa!MT«m They aSed themselva **TCMp Christians, ** but as A*-n*«n£ was in name of 'Jumpers,' or 'Shakfxs,0 timagh Staving no relation, to tf?p *\¥rw*ywi sect They professed a celibate life, were v^etarians in diet, and in costump tie women dressed ^fttrApKU^nnorfnnj}*!, Among other rales wss one fiorbidding tiiem to sell anytiong, and soonbecamemvolved, tbtestate wae mort...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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MACKONOCHIE AND COLENSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

MACKOKOCHIE AKD COIENSO. These two rmrwmilalive men have been figtthig their bafeSes on diftaent lines. Mr. TXotr^tZtn+Ai^ tjie iuenmhent of St. Afiisn's, Hfifbocn, has beeu *r«™ j^n^iAiiiinni by the Dean of Arches for 'fa'^i-^- r-~^i-i-. and suspended from his office. ^ie changes against Inm covered nearly the whole ground «E caodl£s,tte elevation of the paten and cup, shease of wafer bread and of special vest gr»m^ rt,^ frtalrTTir* trf theBttEn^f tfaeczossin tte air, processions, and otter forbidden adz ; asdtte judgment was nnmny based on she pEecedenJs established already iy ttecoorts. some uncertainty of evidence, and be bad tte benefit of tte doubt. Under all tte other articles be was t bond gouty, and be has been sostiaided Cor six weeks and condemned in all tte costs of tte suit. But Mr. it tckonocuie, who no sooner got possession of bis church ttan he perverted it from tte ohjecteof its fouoder, oy whom he was appointed, cares natter for tte Dean of Arches nor tte Privy Cou...

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The Weather and the Floods. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

The Weather and the Flood*. SuHBiV last opened with disagreeable sqnaQy weather, and at an early hour on the follow ing morning aome of the most boisterous weather experienced bate for years past act in. Throushouttheday the wind and rain con tinned, and after dark the gusts increased in violence and the rain in quantity. At night aTO&6 VCn&OaWB MB UUppOQ. Slid '''IXtTi Mown 1UJWIL, Wilt QSSX ''''''^ *mu*yMiau* fjm surprised to find that so little damage had beendone. mrai. As was feared on Honday evening, the sale increased in violence after midnight, and on Tuesday nwrmng between two and nine nMiiili linn ?? a anmiasiw if limffir tusli accompsnied by deluging rain, and, aach was tiie €otob of ni£ wind^ vut tiui ni& 'Htfiai strnck4he face and hands Ufa peas or ahof About nine o'clock the wind began to moderate, but it Utow fitfully all day, witt X rtfJttBttt BOOWBVnL xnWnl lUCUlsppSBUDOflat sqnaUs, though freauent and j-.-fcJJ.^, were of a jarp much 1ms visl...

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TOWNSVILLE, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

TovrsEvriiE, February iX CBn*tUBrubemcTaftn.\ Themmmalaittimjsaf deSmmaaje Coat opened yesterday before BaT^OBar lie Jocks SheppanL Mk CansdeB _f*oaeeuteA forthe Crowe. So Mis were fifed agaiaat John Alka, U. C. Green, sad A. Dent, b the ease of J. TmaUethsiaite. fate dark of Petty Seaaons, charged with aahernkssent. the jury were iockea m? and saoes. to agree. Another care agaiaat am wul beunxeded wift on Monday. JobaWtisby, charged witt larceny, was acquitted. The Court b» ad. jomnedtaiManisy. A man named Kcogh,' who got stock be tween the Bohl and Aba risam, lived on wild tomatoes for some day*, and, having been rescued, bas been brought to theSangeHotd ma very weak state. He is, bowerer, now Febrnary 16. At tiie Supreme Court sitings ustndsy, the trial of Msrritt, cinKnd wHi stealing mdd, occupied the wWeiT the day. Tfal nsonerwas found guilty, and — l''»ii' to Gishe, Februarys. A rough washing up of SSOtons stone from the proipecrmg chum of the GJennrire Beef yielded UOO ounces...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. TROPICAL FRUIT. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

STATIOH, GARDEN, d F/ELO/f XBOXSCiX ISQZ& Thi different varieties of the biases, better known as the enstard sapk, ate very weB adapted to this dan*? mid tear a rerv deSooss tndt mgrest armntitiaL Haw are aMtav awcrna ef the tammw pcaWefBoeft - Amt^andocaotat^toanygnataha, DBar WBBn CVVVBlaaBKT U EKVBIIEkUD -fe-) toMaT' Bmrth ttey have bean h«mn to reach twenty lest in hehaffc, la aiwliing aosmthmg aflar ffae^ fsambn of a cm iw -saamMa is fhe toogn-coated castard apple, known as the ?sweet Bop,' and as moot of tteyamff stock planted one m rawed tram seed, tteBavoor ditssrs very oiissiBiiibly in the many trees muercmtnatioB. Una is the cmaard apple most oommonly grown here, bttt aasaa caeftswswis wwJi M-yHi nsrhrv asmsssal'iBe' those who are oompetantjingss, and »? amtaaeaareficaMa. lacsmarmBiaisJontA the 'eweetaop,' there nine 'socr eon,' ao called on aeocnt of - degree of £k»y wMeU it iniasraen. thereby rnsking itmore. adapted toiSe^eaecaStyoi tastes/ Tins mar also a much s...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

N0T£8 OH IHE WEEK j The event of the waek,— the &md-ts dealt with in another entarm, and here we need onl, expn.aatiaSartJontbrt.orne respite from thaM» flood iiadaptanntlyattarnediallei^it. tWtnuatatj no lost of bnmaa Kte occmred, exantthat of the tad whose boaefeD into lion Creek on Wednesday, and It may be hoped that the destruction of hom and cattle ? kss aeriooa than w«a at one cane band. AnxATletorha.beenaddMsedbyMeBn. Collier and Company to the Government; in tended afmsrantty to 1st both writer, and nocneadown esauy. and toleadOepibbc to os&rre Oat there i- rasBy aomething tangible mttepeat achene alter sD. Slost pOOple, baVFBW^ WUI tw aBATB fa- wWlnt whether ao large a project could poasMy be earned out witW. k nandaooe Govenment snbaidy. In jametio, land grants alone were not deemed '? ?iilfii'init j^Jm-'t^ujmii. to tbe capitalist, and it bardly atom likely that in and and Wsl Aastraua any qmmtityof broad noes w^bseowsidendaamaf gnaramK toranenormoaseipeudi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 27 February 1875

I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. I AmautsaTwas TOeeived on Thursday sight fioultoeky by tiuBostmaster, stating that no maSs had been received rroin Boolbmzs np.tff 8 o'clock, and that Hie Rocky Cnek mails would be despatched Ibr town per 'faoDy' at 9 o'clock next numing Tae Tambo, Springsare, CoprjerneU, Cler zsonc, lilyvale, and BooSMiBm mads, due cm Wednesday night, hare not arrived, and until Hie weather dare up they need not be xpected. The rmfls despatched by train on Wednesday web all retarsed to the Past Office in the evening. AT toe Lunatic Eeeeption Souse, an Wed nesday afternoon, before Ike PoBeeMamsfcrate, three ™— i-»ac -j£ the institution, nfmrfl James ifBeth, George Wny, and Bacon Leonard, ware re-onnmitted for one month, upon the evidence of Dr. Salmond; and Biza Worth, anotatier pfttr**'t. was discbund. uprto tbe UK iratical testzramy. Claries F. Par kmsoa and Jane P»get were then brought ngi, mud oanunltted. to Wboguoo, upon, ate evi denceafDrB.HobertBtmmiidS»linoDd_ XtoBa...

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NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

NOTES ON THE WEek. We are stdH ja ths middle of a flood, and and Jhereii no oSjeritupic for comment We. shall thenforc abstain from nuking oar usnal notes on cturant.* events ^nd iu-pe in next issoe to report 'fllat the'BoodB haTB gnheiHefi . la UK meantime wcsriHftopea»±tiK damage daw kasbeeo onsr-estfanatea faere.-aadtiut the n^coantry disindB, nducfa are entirely BaJbKdeqniUy With die coast dataklB. '

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Home and Foreign News. VIA [?] DARWIN. THE COLLIER'S STRIKE. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

//«&£ anrf Foreign Newt. Vu Fobs Damns. Ix-KDO«i, Mini 4. Wales coatmaea.

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MELBOURNE. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

MroSOUBNE. March 4. The Ootenbet^ . s^ is insured in tii£ Sootiiem, and irfjirr in'iiiw ofi&ces, lint not to iierfoS nduc. Messrs. Eornn, Rutherford and Co. 'a olea of catde and aheep km beat made at late cates ; best wdnas realising a slight advance. Other rtock rales are doE. '

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LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

i*Niww wool stu& : . - _ ?-?.,? i- faYTfj-iir. ^mtr1 1 n-

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