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WRECK OF THE GOTHENBURG. MACKAY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
? wreck: of the gothekbceg. Mackat, March 3. (From tie Britbamr Taper*.) The Bomvoo of tiie is.jJ^^flmi^ s., wrecked on tie Barrier Beef, on February 21, have landed at Bowen. The passengers saved are Messrs. Wiunun Thomas, William Homers (or Rogers), James J. Campbell, A. ' Andrews, J. Kxsnger, T. Cocknm, P. J. Hnean. J. OeUnd. W. Roberts. J. FnzseraU. and D. Hams, lite s&tvIvoes of the oevt in addition to t^*p four p**?*1 pjrfc'^ tip by tiie i Leichhardt, s, are G. Griffith. Richard Bats, | George Cooper, R. BrazQ, J. Marks, W. Falk, J. Reynolds, and David Wyiie. j Till iiiim ii|.i is I iiini ii In In ill in in ii are — Judge Wearing; Mr. Pelham, his snmri-tr ; JQoctor Mfll.^ Mrs. IGBner andtamuy. Mrs. Pnee and family; Messrs. Whitby, Crown Pngaecntor ; W. Dnzand, Msckay, Carbnight and son, W. Floyd, W. Easter, Mr. and MrlI Salt, Mr. and Mrs. Kation and child, Mrs, Vigor, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cox and family, Messrs. Shoebridge, B. M'Knight, & Lesser, J. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
&nbsp; &nbsp; BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, DEATHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; BIRTHS. SURENNE.— On the 15th instant, the wife of G. J. Surenne, of a son. JACKSON.— On the 15th instant, at West View Cottage, the wife of F. D. Jackson, of a daughter. &nbsp; DEATHS. BROWN.— On the 7th instant, at Athelstane Range, Rockhampton, Jane, the beloved wife of Joseph Brown. Aged 62 years. CLEMENTS.—On the 15th March, Annie, wife of W. C. Clements. Aged 41 years. LIVERMORE.—On the 12th instant, at Stoneleigh, Herbert John, infant son of Edward P. Livermore. Aged eight weeks. SHEEHY.—On the 12th instant, at Rockhampton, Lane &nbsp; Marcella, infant daughter of W. Sheehy, Dawson Bridge. Aged 11 months. MITCHELL.— On the 18th instant, at North Rockhamp- ton, Catherine Mitchell. Aged 27 years.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
GEO. EAFF * CO., Eugle-sibeei; Suom; HAVE LANDING and TO AERTVE the following GOODS, ra.: Lbmm; ex Akkx Boun. 300 cases WolfeV Schnapps 250 „ Hamewy. Brandy— * 350 .. JDKZ Geneva. 99 botUe, poof -MO hags (40 toss) Cause SaU 134 „ (10 too.) Bock Salt 200 can Im Whiskey 160 boxes DRJCsndles 180 oses Thorn and Cameron's Gmcer Wine 35 „ Thnai Jind Cameron's Zone Juice Cordial HI „ Wolrerfcamptan Galvanized Cocrn aatedlrau U» eaaks White's Portland Cement 187 cases Attwpp's (quarts) Ale. each 4doz. 20 „ ^/^ &k| Ale. each S doc 15 „ Gosneff. Brashwaze, Soaps, and PernuiKij Ex Alexasdbk*. 5 ton 'Aeon' Fencing Wire, So. 6 5 „ „ No. 6 M drums Basr OB 28 „. BonedOa 6 cssks Hanoi's gamine White lad 5 quarter-cute Denis, Mossir, and Cot's Dark Brandy 10 quarter-casks Dens, Mamie, and Co/a Esle Brandy SB tans Kg b*m To Abbtte ex Cuba. . 6 cm Heonry, Whyte, and Stzachan'a Floor Oaths 5 hotel Seaming Twine ~Ex. Kbbemuh Gnsox akv BcBsasc, dailx M'''S HAVUSC LETT SrnSBT. 213 esses Winchester...
Or. Lang's Latest. HOW AND WHY THIS COLONY OF SEA SOUTH VALES HAS LOST CASTE IN THE WORLD, WHILE VOLUNTARY EMIGRATION TO [?] VAST TERRITORY HA VERTICALLY CEASED. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
Or. Lang's Latest HOW A-T- WHY THIS COWST OF SICT SOUTH WALES HAS LOST CASTE H. THE WOBLD, WHTLE VOLCNTAfiV EWUBaXIOX TO r&i VAST TEEEnOEV HAS VTKTCAiiY CEASED. «- Oe Editor of Oe BmU. 8m,— My attention was directed, when recently in London, to this very important question, in the following manner. The ob ject of my visit to the mother country, as is generally known to vonr readers, was to superintend die publication of a fourth edition of my 'Historical and Statistical Account of Kew South Wales from die founding of die colony in 1788 to die present day.' This object t accomplished daring my stay in Ijondon ; and a consignment of so many copies of die work to a bookseller in Sydney is nowjjn the way out, and will shortly, it is expected, arrive in die colony. In negotiating, however, far die publication of my work on my arrival in London, witii one of die first publishing houses in die great metropolis, I was equally surprised and morti fied to find how very low Hie colony ...
THE LOAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
THE LOAN QCESnOV. The great battle of the ibrrhcomiag Jomjlit aver this land question. The -ejectments which have taken place during g]}G iccfss have taicpri this -jues- 1 srion of tfae fllienatioD and fietddnent of ?p- itbc -nubac l»»Hfc into A position of ex- j v~~ ceptional importance, and die manner in j wbicn private interests nave been toadied by the legal proceedings insti tuted by die Government is sore to give inlqujly to the straggle. There is y«-hfi constdeiatHHi which must .in -directlj tend to a similar result. The ?Government are pledged to three new ?railways, and the completion of die ?easting fines requires a further provision of funds. A loan is consequently neces sary to cany out die policy to which die Government are committed. But this step «31 not be contemplated without alarm by a. Urge portion of die most intelligent -among our colonists. The prisling taxation is heavy enough to cause ?disquieting thoughts regarding the future, as a jlprlining market for our ...
DAMAGES TO THE RIVER BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
DAMAGES TO THE RIVER BAliK. The visit of the Hon. Minister for Pubmc Works is opportune in many ways. The condition of the Northern Railway will of course demand his chief attention, but other matters will naturally come under his notice as well Mr. King is a shrewd observer, and a man of mature experience, and he wiS take in at a glance what a man of less acute ness -would foil to comprehend without a laboured explanation. It seems to be acknowledged by politicians of all shades of opinion that the present Minister for Wiirls is a competent administrator, and it is in that capacity that we shall come into contact with him here. As to the cast of his politics, or die proceedings con nected with his appointment, the public here at present have nothing to do. They will meet him as a Responsible Minister presumedly having: the welfare of the whole colony at heart, and deter mined, to the best of his ability, to mete out even-handed justice to all. It is perhaps fortunate for our Muni c...
TALES AND SKETCHES. SOMETHING LIKE A RAILWAY JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
1 TALES AND SKETCHES. \ SOMETHING LIKE A BAILWAx* JOURNEY. Ml little ra3waj trip lasted jmt a week of seven days, and as the distance Dwelled was thkbi THOGHaKD TWO HTJXDBKD ACT) EtSHTT* mm joles, and the country traversed was the entire width of a gnat continent, I « eame sights, and received Mme impressions. 80 man-v. in truth, that several of the one hare been forgotten, and a Dumber of die other hare either partly laded or quite vanished. Hie remnant nevertheless, I humbly hope, pot into black mi white, will not he nnintenetini; to readen at home whose exconiona hare been of a more limited character. At Hew York I round that eren native-born Americans were not nnaniraous regarding Oali furuu. Bat even before tins diBcoverY, 7l had ceased to bauere that oar American friends knew ererything, had been ereijaheic, and IWI'' do anything j end-had tifjgmi to perceirs that there was as mnch haw&fiie human mtnra in Brother Jonathan as in obstinate John BolL I At the advice of on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
STEAM TO LONDON. DIRECT FBOJ£ SYDKETC. _-V~ fTtHE r'f-;ft~* new and 3BS|jg^ 'WHAHPOA, ^Oml 100 Al at Lloyd'*, 38ST»llecister, SOO HmfMnanU, J. a Jfcsnis, Commander, iojiinatralia, and fa expected to nuke the I ''Wein -S DAYS, ^id bring the pioneer of a direct line of steam .fas rtfantton of pasKneen and shjppere » mrjaaaarly directed to the faromable oppor tmflTBnwijin ill-1 ft? rates of freight, passage, and otter far&nlan, apply to JOHN FBAZER & CO., ' . 8ydasy;or, JOHN HEADRICK * CO., BorHimwptMi. I ^jfjEXEriBpPasW^ -mrACKAY AKSCAL EACES. JUKE ISm ax» 16th. 3UIDEN PLATE of 49 ton. ; one and o-half antes; miefct for age. PIONEER HANDICAP of 60 sovs,, wiUia aweepof 2 aora, h.6. for flooondbmae; oneind aJuilf mite; immnHhnn £1 ; acceptance £2. ?UNDfChF HCBDLE EACE of SO acre., aftr-st&T^*4.*, Boauamtias « ; acceptance «L ' 3LT.C. HANDICAP of 120 son., with a «,»-- 6 ««. 2 forfeit addri; three bbbbv ; nommtim £S ; acceptance St «J| BoBnaatiatts with fint moiet...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
SECOND DAY. Thp Hurdle Race of £20, with a sweep of £2 each added, for all horses, carrying welter weight for age ; one and a-half miles, aver eight leans 3ft 'Jin. high; second horse to save his sweep. Mr. P. O'Malley's b-g. Daddy Long tegs, aged ? (Canon) 1 Mr. Powell's b-g. Oscar, aged ? 2 Mr. terrier's b.g. Marmion, aged ... 3 Mr. Home's Kg. Tippler, aged; Mr. Hal bertoo's b.g. Don Jnan, 4 years; and Mr. Lander's br_g. One Eye, aged, also ran. Betting : 2 to 1 against Daddy, 4 to 1 against Oscar and One Eye, and 5 to 1 against Tippler. One Eye jumped off with the lead, followed by Marunon and Daddy, which places where One Eye strode heavily, but was recovered .in good stvle by his jockey. Hannion hanTfrffl, but was got over at. the not attempt. Daddy 'got over the broken hurdle, followed by Oscar. At the next leap One Eye twiTl*-™! and Daddy west on with the lead, followed by Oscar, (hie Eye, getting over the next by,' third, which wffay^ nm; jpi^jiii ^fn^ to the find, but in j^...
CRIMINAL [?] FORGERY AND UTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
Cbimtk&i. JratsDicnox. FOBGKBV AND CTTEErNG. William Dowson and Robert GreenseO were indicted for Oat they did on the 2nd December last, at Sprimjmre, unlawfully forge a certain cheque with intent to defraud, zaiu Chat they did «pwi the tnrnr occasion feloniously depose of and put off the same cbeqme wrth intend to detrsnd. The Crown Prosecutor, after a short ex planatory address, called * Thomas Kflleen, who deposes that he is a nahlican residing at Oermont, and that about jfaemiddle of November last the prisoner «reegseu asked witness to give him a blank -cheque, as he was going north; witness refused at fin*, saying that it might get him ?(prisoner) into g«S but ultimate^ eold him -raefar hatf-a-crown; the blank cheque was -on the A-J.S. Bank, dermont; ttus is the butt of (he cheque-book (produced) ; it is numbered from0764S2 up to 056500 s this is the cheque (prodneed) witness sold to the ?rlfft-5-*, Greenseu, and it is nnmbered ?076498, which corresponds with the butt. ...
GLADSTONE POLICE COURT. Monday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
GLADSTONE POLICE OOUKT. JnW«, Voces 1. BrfOp^ea,JVp Bi°h- PM' '' A' C »? A lad named James Kelly appeared on ^L '-»«. Jhareed with unUwfnjJydriving «K tbe lands of Darnel Clowes, of GraaTwff certain cattle, his pronetty-amongst thZ «c£*uU,va!ne £30. Defendant nSaded not euilty— UanielClowa.d»w— «. l^V^^Z rending «. -*„, Vslej^iim ?? am. rf landTtErse sides of which mteZHk.^l**u an at work on the other side; on the 20th ?^»»ob of cattle in my Baddo*;theV were winch I reiusdCMlast week ; -m Sunday I WMtoUthedefendaMhadtakV^otiutte cattle oat of lie paddock, and washilf^ into Gladstone wMi them; I searched the paddock, and the cattle wen; cone; I have not seen the bull once. By the Bench .- 1 followed the defendant into Gladstone; be then bad only three bead of cattle ; they were in my paddock the day before ; I never gave defendant TwmiigateMi to remove 'b!11p fnm my ran ; I «mSd if he had msfced, *ad sudd hra lent him tic me of the yaris, and aaMjpd him to muter, for my mm sake; the ...
Calliope. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 20 March 1875
Calliope. fCBOM OPE OWN OOBBXSroSDENX.1 Fob tile last fire weeks we have been expect ingrain, and during the whole of that time we hare had showers almost daily ; but last Satur day evening it commenced, and rained for five days and mghb without intermission. The whole time a stiff gale was Wowing from the S.E. The creek, of course, was a banker, bnton Thursday* eveuinc it was higher than it ever was since the flood of 1864. lamaorry tosayaomeevO is mind with the good the rain has undoubtedly done. On Wednesday night, a fitUe after midnight, the old workings iiointiie Dam's sta&, oa the Calliope Com pany's dam, burst in from the surface, carrying earth, tailings, and debris of every Jawwrfaii into the Company's — ''» jjie rash of water was *wy great. ?3ierewere four men below at the time, two in the eastern drive, on a 'jump op,' and two in the western drive. Tfr-*-*5-«T'-*'-«J' -*— «?«?» of thoModdent was the rapid rising of the ? water in the mine. Of course a rush was mad...