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OUR LADY'S LETTER. LONDON, December 15, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

: OUR LADY'S EETT&L \ ' lasTOH. BBeeHio-lS. 187*. . Tin TaTaaaa ?lijii ii eaami ai ttattheanff ill rtii hihipihl a. aa-i.I .« amabri read Bh.rinl.iJftk that btre the 'taeeh- 1 ia«,-.!»e «.~4p^msSaataem tori *— j miiBaha laaaaaai* a* Tommae.ecar at wae «K &4rmwTart aaaoeg the arMar. ' of mmaen.eB:w*&eamaBt its-see i aa^fiart III j III alb elaai Wffi«» rf Ibl 6am*. U» ?A-i*V^ss»r. efc-,* to t».li»bv the -wanes SMKfE? *$^t^ma»l Hi e-hsHiom-iJ Art. m tratk. «M« Iiilillimi hiAgo^''*™ Ilii iuli ? In— tv»ui*nvm *? ** i iilnim. fur tlrt ~ i*~Si ? rr* *'*** FV^xample. I wHI describe ST Mack on, woeas taut « !!?? to, * '?£??£ - erem i watt* Isam* nil ami oaer HMt nan* skirt, whioe -.has *e« -«i»iw ?-«' plri-nngatlhtliaa^i-keaeissil-smssi- ????«- -fd«iit«Mt-MMta|Jita4 ?M aMagaiMVoi-l asiiiaanl with after fox-lac ' iii—n Ilii aieaMim as:wer« e pderm -* thiw ?-!? the 'teuayahW IL I imw .mimiaiMaiii «m»lainM*^ah ^-£f^ fed b am-red w3h » g^falrA tWUefc b He crass Eohn. 1drt...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

| fi?Ci£ al/W? GENERAL NEWS. 1 1 -'Ttn:«auI«3rtaiehSj--9X*ia«^f taefiaaUl liebte^Ottnrt wag held an WMmntof «aowang ^he*»smne«Bait BagjLa^, fceface Ml --u. , F.'*. Btddek and S. S. Dbvw, juBom. , There were onlrievaD obri for adjuSaataiu, which were deoided as under t-O.R Shaw; j^ apoffier jr, tr. tt c^tej-rcMmrayM-; »eit oajs »as-Mf^ineafjr Service ,OMp nn. TF. f. Bonny r. W. BarBein, -akun .£7 10a., ibr Jaiuge tp a brae vbJeh'b-d' been lei to &e aetudant ami taken xwairly -. his on. Mr. UBf orff f or «be plaMil, Mr. Melbourne, fcrfc defence: _ After Hiucn 1Jlflz.* TJ*''Mii wii j ' aBcged ^ ^Bat, xhCpbnif ' wTwrifwed no 'canvK *vf lajHwai, ; MJXiuluini Vt'iStiwuitA vhat liisiaeaBj^gi* ^rare the Coort afljferraeiae Jakarta itoeVjIT, ' oDSaTBiG&f~jby **1'^ j^fl''1JBI ~^* 'xTl *6l ousts. £4 IBB^fii. tor board and lodgjjr-a ; '?nsfStt^ far the xibrineir, with 'tea. ctBtB.— E. B. CKdiuv. 7.' tL WardeB, a«5m £l,lfc on a dishoBonred .. cheque. . Mr. aiafed for the pUirSff,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 6 March 1875

                BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     FAIRLEY.—At her residence, on the 25th February, Mrs. James Fairley, of a daughter. McPHERSON.—On the 28th February, at her residence, Upper Dawson Road, Mrs. J. McPherson, of a son.

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SUPREMACY OF THE STATE IN GERMANY. LONDON March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

SCPBEMACY OF THE STATE DT GEKMAXY. Londos. March 4. The German Government have resolved to require all Catholic Bishops dmm^xastthe Empire to recognise the supremacy of the State over the Papal authority, under penalty of immediate disendowment of their benefices. It is also intended to re-establish tbe use of placet (tic.) ecclesiastical documents.

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TIME TABLE. TORRES STRAIT MAIL [?]Approved by the [?]Queensland [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

' tmx **m&.f ?&$*-&? TOBBES STRAIT MAItMaOTP^^^ — ? ? *^ ? ? «M^ ? man. '*'*'4TT^*' Banafker n laanar/ .iSSamSBH JW* V^tmgf^JS Hanai .. M 1r^T '-^'^Mirt!aBaaaatfc- »y « Bf '~ffl WaT wSSql/Ei' ? y'''-1''1'!1''''*' '7*''?'^;.. ? ^ ^' ^ ~ - '-'^a^- *' ?am laaiaaHac.,, ?)^r|-.-: ? - ? - . ?-. .'. wlofly^'ft ? ) ? ;- -. :.XaM:.f . l»aiaawn*'*»*»i ' * ' ?''''? ' ♦n.f.aalO.tajMtnaaHilianiianlaiiSiii San^g^a^gs^^.'^ngr

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Home and foreign News. VIA PORT [?]JOHN BRIGHT ON HOME RULE LONDON March4. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Home ani Foreign Kan. TuPffln-DiETOi. JOHK BRIGHT ON HOME BCLE. Lo5VOS. Mareb4. Mr. John Bright has written a letter in whidi he ridicules die Borne Bale movement in Ireland.

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SUEZ MAIL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

SUEZ MAIL ITEMS. Twenty thousand salmon ova lave been shipped to Kew Zealand. The Ber. Mr. Farrer, formerly chaplain to the Bisbop of Graftoo, has been mentioned as theprobaW successor to Dr. TsmneH Tbe Bool Humane Society has ntuusUd Mr. John Bennett, of Sydney, with its medal Gosi for his bnvoy in axring famnaa Be.

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ADELAIDE. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

ADELAIDG. March S. AD the people bere are moandng the Ions of tbe e.«. Gothenburg. Wheat is firm at 3s. Ud. per hnbel. March la Mr. Stowk tbe probable successor of Chief Justice Wearing, drowned in the Gothenburg,

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MELBOURNE. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

MELBOURNE. March S. The Irishmen of the eokoy have decided to celebrate tberrarhmury of the late Damd O'ConaeU. March 6. fichofield's wool-nsfaing ~f»14H^fftt. at Bolwarra, has been burnt down. 100 bales of his easterners' wool hare been destroyed. Crudeu, the late bank manager at BoeWer, has been sentenced to two mars' imnrkanmesit: for embezzlement. The agents of Termemfs and Fosters' bottled ale have advanced their omitetictntoneahatmg per dozen. Tbe ship Scedora, bound from Maaritms *» Adelaide, is a total wreck on Straggler^ Beet ~Mareh& There is a great sale of yearlings to-day. The St. Ledger was wan onSstmday bv Mdboorne, beating Stoefcbridge by haKa lengtti. March 9 A relief fund far tbe sufferers by the wreck of the Gothenburg has been openeA March it A telegram from London states that at the wool sales 60000 baka had bseu asU to date. The sales are to dose on the 23th isatant. The tallow market is dulL Mattzst XU, Beef, . £40. March IL UHton cattle station, in the...

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SYDNEY. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

SYDNEY. March S. At the inquiry into the circumstances attend ing the death of the Bon. W. M. Arnold a verdict of accidental death msreturned. The fnaersl took place yesterday, and waa largely attended. A proclamation piUiAwi in the GazetU notines the dosing of all tbe public offices to^Uy out of respect to tiie memory of the deceased. The Secretary of tbe Seamens' Osaon was fined ten poassds (£10), for indsnaegaeazsen fa desertfram tkeu Lard Ashley. March 6. The intercolonial cricket ?**^*^** began yesterday, when the Sydney team had the Ci»t Wwii»^g»and scored 116. an the wrflwuiiie men's first «*w'»^ libe wtjiiinw were drawn at six o'clock, when they had made 4* rans with loss of seven wkketa. The odds are in favour of the Sydney team. March 8. The floods have done J-r'—'«'» damage at Martland. A deputation has interviewed the A three-masted schooner, the Sarah Xicholh, fcas been wrecked at the Bellinger Biver beads. Four bodies hare been since found near the wreck too mmh decomp...

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Chamber of Commerce. nt. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Chamber of Commerce. The regular monthly meeting of the Committee of »'?»- «'*fc'»|itai Cfaamher ot Conmenae was held ob Wednesday, in the llmwapd Chambers, Bohnver-street Present-CapUin. Hnnter (president), in Hie chair; ana^EsaoT W. Pattinn, J. Marfarianr, E. P. livermore. W. Thomson, W. p. Walton, -and W. O. Jackson (Saodanl Tbemmut^ofthepteviousineetinghavnar been tead and oonftaned, tiie ^csExasr anDounced that there was no correspondeno& inward, and only one Utter outward, which was addreand to the Bon. the Cdonal Treasurer on the subject of the aate of tfce FifaroyBiver. He had to report that Oaptato Bundle to-day receired a telegram from flnv Treamrer, asking if the dredge and appEanoss were fit to go to work, toW&eh a nfa; had been forwarded that they were readVat mjr moment when the river hadnbsided. The f!n«i»»»«.- said that ftwtas aatisfactory to bebeve that the letter tram the Chamber had not been without effixt The Rbcreiakt said that »s the Gweliuumfl....

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BRISBANE. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

BRISBAKE. March 5. The Honorable A. H. Rdmerandmnnly are passengers by the aitS. Ceyfon, due in Wd boaine bMught. Tbe HooorabUW. H. Waiah is not expected to arrive in Brisbane before early in Awu. Bariiamentwulninbably meet on Tuesday theSthApriL 3 Downs, and was weU received. Mr. W. Graham u expected to be nominated in oppo ajtinn There have been heavy floods at Gympie, the water rising within nine inches ofthe flood-mark of ISO. Several houses were machinery ha* resulted. March «. The G*zrtU to-day notines that the annul payments under the land Act of I8G8wi31be due on the 31at March. The Ipswich rioters who were under sen tences of three weeks' impriaoaaaent, have been released. A f inwial to the Executive luaying Cor the release of the remainder has elicited a refusal, on the ground that there is no reason to interfere with tbe coarse of law. Mr. T. M. Paterson is getting spa Bubscrip twn here for the relief of the sufferers by the Dawson and Ftaroy floods, ft has tins even ing ...

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THE DISMASTING OF IRON VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

THE DISMASTIXG OF IBON VESSELS. The fequott .dismasting of large iron vessels of the most recent and approved . construction has excited modi attention among' the nautical authorities, both in * .these colonies and die United Kingdom. In November last a letter received in -- Inodon from Lloyd's agency at Mei - bourne was referred to the official surveyors forawaderation. On the 2nd Deceinber riw^ officers presented 3. report, wlufli, although well worth perusal, is too long for re-publication in our columns. TTie information upon which. the surveyors repotted was sum marised as follows : — It is known that eleven vessels have been ^i«n— fr^fl W1U1II1 tilC USt twJVB lAKHitfafi. Of 41^ tone were near vessels, exceeding 1500 torn, on their first voyage, and built by expe rienced bnuuen in different parts of the ?eomitay. mtfntimg Liverpool, H*e Clyde, the Tyne, and tbe Wear. Sevenof the vessels dk ' i»st^TrereboondforAnsfc3lia,therem»inder temg bound for ports in the Bast) except one b...

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CLERMONT. February. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

CLEKMOKT. FebrmlryST. There hare been fl'—m rains here. The iwers and creeks are all naming, bis quite tine now. There have been no accidents. . March 9. T No mails or telegrams are to hand from BockfaampVm since Tuesday week. Tbe Connors Kiver township has been snbmaged, bat do lives have been last. Fears are enter tamed tor the safety of the carriers on the Broadsoond road, but no other neire has been received here. TJiere has been no flood here. Thepnbnb are ray anxious about Bookbampton. Marehia,9ajn. No mails have been received here since Tuesday fortnight. The weather is now quite tine. The Bnadawmd road is bow quite closed to traffic A road party ought to move far there

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MILLCHESTER. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

MHXCHBSXER. ? UarehS. There have baBntfaree days' rantfimow nun ? ttetB. ? Cartage tn-the miDs is ini|iiasaVi-n - There have been no sonthem sdajBaaas Cor four days. Margarefc Worth, ^Aaimd with nmrdat, left Sure by last Stturfay'i ooscfa, with the medrad, police, and other witneaas, tar trial aCTownsviOe. There are now -symptoms of the aiallin ?clearing Yesterday a magisterial inqniry was bead here into tbe origin of the fire whidi caned .*' the dMth of Mrs. Voaemiu, wife of the ? lanaWrd of the Prinse of Wales Hotel bere, ~ jnd*B known in fiockhanipton. The cause of -klnre was not elicited ^ March S. ThetoUnwin-Ua list of kte crnsUms:— '. At One and AH Haahine, -72tons atone fomnc ' laentitjTecf, yielded 40 om.; 65 tons, SToTl , Vomw Identity, yielded 35 tux.; M tans Old *? loemfty. ««Ued S3 o».: W tons Kuspediuii - Arm. yieUed 7 on; 4 tons, FcrwefCB^ £ yielded Bm; S tons. Affianoe, 32mm ' jajj; i,-., jBslaafaaSBaaa^a^Kaaak ^M atmTaLZ **B ^maTV. 'aalwamaB aatf ?SilaJ-r f* ~ *~ ? f...

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GEORGETOWN. March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

GBOBGBTOWN. March 9. 'Ksastrnns Bmds are aecnmng here, and wnnm damage is being done in niis district The Gilbert Biver is forty-five feet above its ammner level. The water is over the stamper ?rods of the Company's rnsr-liinf Hie qnartz atgraaBiswssaini;a»a.y.aod the machinery bong injured. The Monitor machine has been l ikwdednrice. tlaestotes have been carried ?way, and all cradlings are suspended. Hie Nil Desperandnm machine has lost £1000 worth of ipropery. Ho mails bare been reeeived bere for aeven TenaDdiKiaartermcbeBof rain fell her- in «ne night, and twelve inches fell at IJalbot ?Creek within three noun.

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ON DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

ON DOCTOES. Doctobs are tall men with eyeglasses, and black coats, and shiny hats, and bends in their backs. Hey have soft voices, and speak as if they had just left off singing Terr solemn music. They smile eottly when they meet yon, and ?hake bands with yon in a slow and de liberate my. They love the society of canary birds and leeches, and other sprightir and entertaining animals. They get their clothes brushed erery time die dock strikes, and rob their hats with damp towels to make them glisten. They dank cold water when they rise in the morning for their kpft^j and put oil on their hair for the good of trade. They an much, afraid of ghosts. A man onee told me flat no one ever yet saw the fihost of a Doctor, fin- the moment a Ooetor dies all the other ghosts gather Bwwnd his ghost, and treat it »1»^ that ft is ashamed to show itsfiacetocespectable people ever after wards. He told me that the muoo of tins is becaose the Dootors made nearly all the other ghosts, and ghoste are a m...

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THE [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

;- TOE -CAPfiMKHUJlAK - &??*?? II ? »B» ? ' i 2^B|^9^S^^^^^Sif^^ '*T ??'JT-v. '^* Sr

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LATEST FROM THE DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

LATEST FKOK THE BiWSOX. A visitor from Boolbura supplies us with the latest 'flood' information. On Wednes day the Dawson Kiver had fallen to a level thirty-five (33) feet below the decking of die bridge, and nl still falling. The road from Rocky to the Dawson is good; in fact, it might be walked in suppers without wetting the feet The daily coach has recommenced plying, and there is now no obstacle to traffic between Bockfaampton and the Dawson, except the damaged railway embankment near tie Yeppen Lagoon, within three miles At Boolbnrra, the storekeepers and publicans are again taking possession ' of their premises and stocks. Then is, of course, great con fusion in the phua Ooodsare damaged and *—''J»J about, and covered with a rich aUnvial deposit varying in depth from four to eight incnes. The most orderly t'*^ring establishment is the branch store of Messrs. Wing Wah and Co., which was never deserted, even in the height of the flood, the Chinese in charge courageously ntv-lrin...

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The Floods. FLOODS CENTRAL RELIEF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

The Fhodt. Ax the meeting of the Committee, held on the 5Ui instant,, were present— Mr. J. Maefar lane {Xajor) in -£chaii;und Messrs. Curtis, Surfk Kiwai,- livermore, Buttanshaw, (P.M.), GOfiuau, Hunter, Bnzacptt, Grant; andFeez. The Chatbxas read'iletter received bom Mr. Melbourne, -endnrag £1 Is, which he handed to theTreasurer. The Chaibjus dK 'Stated tint, as re quested, he had Corroded the resolution passed it tie toua «neeting to Mr. Ballard, and had au» Bent the telegram (pub lished in yesUrdsy's issue) to the Colonial Secretary, which be had signed as Mayor and Chairman of the Committee. No reply had, however, as yet cosne to band. Mr. Crans said that, accompanied by Mr. Grant be visited Xorth Bockhampton yester day (Thursday) afternoon, and had to state that the people's circumstances were such as reqn^ed asSjiice. He thought that Messrs. WardeO, Cunsidme, and BobxBon should have the snpphes to distribute, and he was per fectly — '?-' that the distribution would grre satisf...

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