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THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. Tjivnov UaMh & The u3e from Brisbane per B M S. 5or manby, on 6rh January, vac delivered in i The ma&s from Sydney of the I6tfa January, via California, woe delivered to-day. Both mails were pmctoal to date.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OBITUARY. LONDON, Mach 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

OBTTDAET. tonK Man* & Sir Arthur Helps and General & Jame* HopeGomt are dead.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PRICE OF KEROSENE. LONDON. March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

THE PRICE OF EE3OSEX3S. favnoN'. March 9. A Sew York telegram announces a fall of twopence per gallon in the price of kerosene.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARCH BISHOP MANNING. LONDON. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

ABCHBEHOP MAKXTKC, LoxDox. March 6. Archbishop Manning has been summoned to Rome to be made a Cardinal.

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

MOXETAEV AND COMMERCIAL. Losrpos. March 6. TheXew Zealand loan has been all allotted by tbe Messrs. Botnschud. There have since been dealings in the scrip at a quarter per Messrs. Balme and Co. report that there ie no perceptible change in the value of wool since the commencement of the sales. There is keen competition for scoured, which is in good demand. Com has advanced from Is. to Is. Gd. per quarter. Copper is weak. Wallaroo realises £91 to £92 per ton.

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SCARCITY OF HORSES. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

SCARCITY OF HORSES. Loxbok, March 6. The exportation of horses from Germain has been prohibited.

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STATE SUPREMACY IN GERMANY. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

STATE SUPREMACY D-' GERMANY. IjOSDOK, March 6. The German Parliament have passed a HI withdrawing all government endowments to the Catholic clergy, unless they acknowledge the supremacy of the State.

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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

THE CHURCH OF EKGLAXDL Losdox. March & and twoty-four btsaap-Ttws« addressed the elercy and laity of the Baited Sxasaeca, ni;tms;«henecaisiiyof disr^rnr. wittcharity smd BMtsnawaee.

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THE FRENCH CRISIS. LONDON,March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

THE FRENCH CRISIS. LOSDOK. March fi. M. Buffet experiences difficulty in the for mation of a new Ministry.

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Marriages in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Marriages in England. In a paper signed by Charles Mackeson, and jmbfi&ed in die ' British Almanac and Companion,' we find thefcuowmg Ensfandj- '''*' ' Ar/the fist glance it is obvious that creased cost of living. Setting aside the a^miiiwh wfaieh may lie applied to, even if it be not accepted bt, all who are tinder fifteen— although it is stated that in a few instances persons are manned under this age, and which includes &,2O0,ooo — we have a balance jof about fourteen and a-half* millions of mat and women, who, provided theze be no 'jnst cause or impediment,' can eater won the boly estate. The ftft*-n uuQ.pmttyiSi faappujr, very small j bat anaai we pass dns- bonDdaiy the sgoces ose to Aenreen-#iee aad fimr bondred rt»m-jnd Taking all gcs ** have a total of nearly four million couples who were living in wed lock on the *?»'?=?'?= night The between thirty' and thirty-five years of age, when they reached 559,537 ; and not until die period between fifty-five and sixt...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

^^B^^rmj^^w^awJwgap A' B PC M, Twhm-r^M, .&iat- . atmet. BocHmnatnB. ' ? 1CEESOK AKD IEWIS 'f\ Pmnccg Uasausis aim Sidbe ^»»»g| WBham-ctzeet. BELL £ fi A E D X E B, HixmraatB ass Ieon Meechjxtk, Baat^faeet.Bnckuamyfaiu. ? CP T B U S, * Saddler end Hanra Maker, Bock to^m- ? fflHE andendgnediia pmdoaeraf WOOL X andHTCfe, FAT and STOHE STOCK. WHXIAJC PATTISON. ? I} . AmcBameer, f-\\ WssaAatiSUSmjj \\ afiESi; tj r KICHHAEDT FAMILY HOTEL* BacaoaaimoK. Kn^rhw ftmwniwaattnii.llBdente-aMg«. B. D. CIUICE8HASE, J ennunn. ESffiot tie 'Qoeendanler,' 'BoAhamp- bm BoDeJin.' 'Daflv Sorthen. Algm,' 'Peak Down Telegram/' ml 'Dm and Coantry.'keptintiieCoBeeBi-om. COSTISVATIOS op C L E*A E I S G SALE JCTTBK CBITESIO2T. STEWART & LUCAS TT AVE FCBTHEE REDUCED THE PRICES ofibe BALANCE of their SCUUEB STOCK. aI£0, A LAEGE LOT or WIKOEYS ADD BLANKETS (Bonght a Job) OFFERED AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. FOE CASH OX1A. A L B E E C H T T? E E Z, EAST STKEET. His ox 8u£— BRASDIES — HenneaBy'a, MarteU's...

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SHIPPING RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

SHIPPING EETUEUS. The usual statistical returns of die shipping and customs for the year are late in o«Hng an appearance; but some information supplied by Mr. Thorkton is published in die Courier of the 27th ultimo. It appears that die arrivals by sea from places beyond the colony are still in -^»y« of the departures, and die population continues to maintain a healthy ratio of increase &om this soujce. This is satisfactory, as it shows diat Queensland is in ikvour bom in die motiier country and in the neighbouring colonies ; and it has been well observed diat whilst die current of population — we refer especially to diat which flows to our shores spontaneously and without Government aid — is in our favour, die colony as a whole must be in a tolerably flfniris}||iw state. The country that attracts population attracts capital at die same time ; for die new arrivals in die aggregate bring a large amount of money with rl'»m The fact that they come to settle amongst us is also si...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. MISS GEORGINES HUSBAND A[?] STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

TALES AND SKETCHES. MBS GEORGnfETS HTJSBAHD. A GH06T BIDET. T«Tfar», honey, Fo- a very old woman, and when I was young I «aa a Slav* to old Judge -7tn*enmd,overonthe Flats. Untietilinc in To* State Oho. I wu bom down in Mary land, but the Judge moved to these parts when I n irerr small, and broncbt his servants with him. We were well enough treated. Judge Qeevebnd was a hard, hign-leuipeied man, and ned to hareawfol ugly fite sometimes, bat, use moat folks of Oat kind, he could keep hit temper anal enough when it rafted htm, and be knew it was easy enough for fais servants to ran awayif-i»j- didn't lie then- tiv»lmaii. When Im eighteen I married Zset Dam, tbeeoaeh m*n,andafi»- (bat we lived mosttr in a honae of our own. We were free by tliat time, and we ImmhiIi* a niop ljoje tac-bouse and some land {bra garden, but we worked up at tie home all the suns. Hie old judge m » widower when be moved op here, bat very soon be married a pretty young lady bom the Hofaawk Valley. She was osJy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

» «k*m to uniiw. DISSOT FEOM 8TDSES. .3BH^S^ WHAMPOA. -.»--» MO Alrtl*7A^ . »SIBTilMi»^*i.«»8HMiii l«i»m ????I, ' \»VJJL*a8O»», -???»? milrr. Tran aa jaarsMaa'frm frVIW'*'! tHWif toUUSDOS. «boot tiie nafflfirf VABCH, UB. Dib uUe nnd is witixmi. exception the { Ingot ana bat steamship ever dispatched ] to *-J-Jb. ana is expected to make die , '****? 48 DAYS, and being the pioneer of a direct line ot steam tammmnatiixi between Sydney and landon, the attention of passengers and shippers is aawtaenlady directed to the favourable oppor Ear 'ata of freight, passage, and otter tauticulars, apply to JOHN FBAZER ft CO., Sydney ; or, JOHN HEADRICK ft CO., Bodcnamptoa. 'JUTACKAY ANNUAL RACES. JUNE 15th akd IGth. MAIDEN PLATE of 40 goto.; one and aJulf sniles; wehjhtforage. PIONEEE HANDICAP of CO eon,, with a sweep of 2 esvs, h.ft. for second hone ; | one «nd a..fcalf miles ; nomination £1 ; j acceptance £2. i HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of 50 so vs., j with a sweep of 4 nova. h.ft added; two I miles ...

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Burning of the Cospatrick. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Burning of the Cospetrick. The St. Helena Oaoniats of 10th De cember, reports die anira) there of the sjzip Briti^i Sceptre, Captain Jafanke, wfaicb bad touched at tiie island to land three men picked up in a boat at sea. CiFTAOt lAHNKE'S REPORT. These men were picked up by me on the 27th November, in latitude 28° 50' south, is' 4 east. Having had a severe gale from the south, after passing tbe Cape of Good Hope, during which I ran dead before il, we had got into the south east Hades, wind fresh and squally. At 1^0 pjd. saw something afloat at a. dis tance on onr lee bow — -having passed a great deal of driforood in tbe morning, imagined it was another piece of the same ; but after another look, I kept the ship towards it, and found it was a. boat with human beings in it, but with no oats. A piece of board was erected as a mast, with a cross piece nailed on, on which isas a piece of rag as a sail. I motioned mem to turn the boat before the squall to our lee quarter, on which they di...

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Extraordinary Escape from Lightning [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Extraordinary Escape from Lightning After a period of drought unexampled in this district for a considerable time (says the BcaHyo Advertiser of Feb ruary 15), the rain donds on Friday broke over Sandhurst, and for nearly three hours poured down with great violence. AH traffic in the streets was suspended ''ring the storm, and busi ness was, as a matter of course, to a great extent suspended- The lightning was very vivid, and there were some Tjtri^g peals of thunder. At about a quarter to 2 o'clock the North Sand hurst Common School, Irishtown, was struck by lightning. The headmaster, Me. Reid, was proceeding towards the main entrance of the school for the pur prtc»nf«-»nm«rTntfM-rJiiMrpn. Hehadjust abontreachedthepoichwhenaverj- vivid nash of lightning seemed to enter the 'school building. He was knocked partly insensible against the side of the building, where be remained about a minute before he was able to move or collect himself. When he did so he fell a. dizziness in his head,...

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Rockhampton Police Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Rockhanptoo. Police Court IEIDAT. , John Edward Brown was chargedly B5t UamBnfusCimrchouBeforaiatbe, bemg fiie keeper of one dog, did allow theiaid lonmal. on the 1st March instant (not being uniuedy aeeanti), to attack the said ~~~3£~~* m KtmJV^trett vherdnr hi- «™». k£l i.,.»il were injured. Mr. Maford tor tfiT «ei- pkmant; Mr. Melbonrne for the defendant The Government prodamation declaring flie town of Boekhampbm to be nmlerxbeiKn visioas of the Dog Act was put in, when the evidence .for tbe compUinant showed that on tbe day named in Che information he was in Fitzroy-etaeet, and the defendant's dog ran out from ma master, who -was sitting on a door-step, sail Kt. lmn ^^mplim.^) h, «... Wfapt hJ^Jh. caltanddanu^edUstranserstofiie amosnt of£15s. For the defence it was sffleecd Oat tiu; wound m tbe complainant's leg was not done by a dog, and Oat the defendants dag at the time named stood bemad' Ids maste? and never lea him; and could not tjirefare have bitten tiie complainant. The...

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Severe Snowstorm in Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Serere Snowstorms in Scotland. Duusc the past week (ending January 7) there have been some of tfie heaviest snowstonns known in Scotland for many yens. A correspondent writing ftom the north on lamiary 2, savs :—' Dozens ?of trains were snowed up all night, and ,,;kJ_. the sufferings of the passengers, especially , ^,. on the Great North of Scotland Railway, J - are described as fearful. An engine van is Off the metals on die Highland Rail way, and now lies on its side in a. wreath. The passengers near damis got hold of a pig, roasted it whole, and devoured it without bread or condiment Elgin and other comparatively large . towns are isolated irons all communication except by telegraphy Twenty feet is quite a . dommon depth of snot* on some of the the fitr north lines. T»o men have been found dead among the snow in Fifeshire, and a shepherd has per shed in Forfar shire. Streams and river lie everywhere ? overflowing their banks. -)n January 2 a. man was found dead in a plantation ne...

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

I OUR BRISBANE LETTER. The -waiter has of lite been the topic of conversation here, to tie excmsian of all others. At the commencement of the month just dosed, the drought which during the winter and sprine afflicted this part of the colony go severely, had scarcely broken, and in many localities the rainfall had been altogether insufficient either for herbage or -water supplv. Bnt one fitiym* leads to mother, and the month of February just passed has been remarkable for its rainfall, both as regards quantity and the number of days over which it was distributed. The total quantity registered for the month is not less than 27} inches. Daring the tweaty-four hoars -™K«g at 9 &.m. on. the 13th ultimo, the gange kept by the Government meteoro logical observer. Mr. Macdonnell, registered 6-70 inches ; and for a similar period ending at 9 a-m. on the 24th, the quantity indicated was 7*4S inches. Bat perhaps the most remarkable feature in the rainfal of the mouth is its daily occur...

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The Eight Hours Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 13 March 1875

Tie Eight Hoars' Demonstration. The demonsbtation by the mechanics of Bris bane m favour of the Eight Hocus' Movement, took place yesterday, the 1st March. Most ?of the teW and operative establishment! in town did not open, and a procession was {armed about half-past nine o'clock in the mornine, in boat of lie Union Hotel, at Petrie's Bight Sic Hibernian Band led die yw, sin WsU followBd by txi6 opcntbve stonfi nf—MH beaded. by tiisir tipUiwr, & 1imm3soiiib sheet of sulc, punted willi iMiiTii-i'Hiivf* figurws and wiHl lite motto of tiie movement, **$jSgbt lMH^T^ '*y***j ^yl1- ifcHi^t ww'-T**^J*-fl4 '****! *wft*fr bnnanst' Bd^liiannMkciied.twDabreist, ^?y^^J fee fife-and-dmm iSTno. 3 Coeanmy, Q.V. fiifks, foQowed by more pro cnsumnSB ; anCLuncazae ve new uumer m die isOoiSy 1nun& which mflancned. uie wocundi bdoognigtotiie craft Hie entire number in the iMucuMiutt probably amounted to upwards of four hundred men, but Hie paucity of luniirrn ?)*? outer cxnHsns dBtaaust...

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