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The Barcoo. THE MURDER AT NIVE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

The Barcoo. . {FBO1C OU£ OOBBEtSPOXDENT.] THE HTJBDEE AT SIVE DOWXS. The following are, as far as I can learn at present, the particulars of the murder per petrated at Itive Downs Station, on 13th instant :— It appears tint die man Lowrie and his wife were engaged to go to tiie cattle station on the above run, Lowrie as assistant stockman, and his wife as cook. When tiiey got to die cattle station, Nonuan, Uic head stockman, was absent, but he returned in die afternoon, bringing with him a bottle of grog. Lovrie was away from tie hat at the time Noonan returned, but ^«?— hrg sip shortly after wards, for some reason began to abuse his wife, and then struck her. On due Xoonan told him be was no man to sfarike a woman, and i if he wanted to fight anybody to fight him:; upon which Lowrie took np an axe and j chased Noonan wifli it for a short distance. He! then dropped it, and returned to tie hut, fol lowing bis wife into the bedroom. Koonan i picked np dte axe and followed him in, and ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME AND FOREIGN. London, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

HOME ASD FOBEKX. Lnadsn. March 19. Tbe KB relating to State awl to itlkisu, intredneed by the Goverumert aatTtte rnaan Parliament, bas been adopted. AH State endswmente are withdraws (ram the Bomas Catholic Bbdiopswm- refuse toacknow ledge the supremacj- of the State, bat tte Bui contains a proviioo that tbe enooiroesi shall be restored whenever tte sapremacy of tte State is acknowledged by ttem. Tbe Bishop of Minuter has been imprisoned for a breach of the clerical law*. London, March 20. The strike at Dewsbmy among the waoBesi OMflaltlveB BMA D6E& alBttsied. The French National Assembly bad ad journed until Monday, when there was a probability of its being Assorted. KotUsK. however, had beensettled on. M. rndrefieret has been elected Presidenk Messrs. BnumeTs perfumery estaubVmmeat m tbe S&and has been tfastrayed by fire. The Kew Zealand Loan has been admitted in tte quotations on Stock Exchange. London, March 24. During tbe debate in tbe House of Com rmns, on tbe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

fllHE BOCEHAMPTOST BCIAETDf, X published every morning it five o'clock, is the oldest and most widely-circulated news paper in Cental and Xortbern Queensland. In addition to trustworthy local new tie readers of the BtXLETry ate provided with die latest telecrsphic and other inbdlrgeoce from all parts of the world. Metropolitan and official new* a catered f nr by a special correspondent ^^—iri at Brisbane, and arrangements ate in ptugiess for securing correspondents in every important town in the colony. As an advertismK medium, the Bcllextk ta generally — »— itf* to be second to no journal in the colony. Subscription, in advance, 15&. per quarter, or ££ 10s. per annnm. TO COBBESPOSDEKTS. as- Intending Eubscriben are reminded that subscriptions are parable in all eases in ad vance, and that, wben forwarded for any term less than twelve months, the charge is at the rate of six sniffings and sixpence per

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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. Losdox, March 26. Toe febmary-March aeries of wool sales have dosed with a firm market Foreign buyers lave purchased largely throogbout die series, and tbededme shown in the early part of tbe sales has since been tolly recovered. OrninarytogoodljToogntSovemberratei. The price of tin is hardening. Copper is quiet at late qmtataons.

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CALIFORNIAN MAIL SERVICE. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

CALtPOESIAK' WAIL SESVTCE. liivtwitr V*n-T) 9R The time for the reception of tenders for tbe Califorman mail service has been extended tffl tie 1st June next

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THE PRINCE OF WALES UNWELL. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

THE PKD7CE OF WALES USWELL. Losoos. March 28. His Etoyal Biifr— tie Prince of Wales is residing at Memme. in France, far the benefit of his health. He is now reported better. j

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SHIPPING. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

SHIPPING. Lovdox, March «6. Tne snip Bnbsn Viceroy, boond to Sydney, and recently stranded on Ute Irish coast, has been floated, towed back to Liverpool, and xcaeedm dock there.

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SPANISH AFFAIRS. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

SPANISH AFFAIES. Lokdos. March 29. KiiarAKopKi's Government refuse to allow tbe Dae de Hoateeusier to return to Spain.

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THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

THE TICHBOEXE CLADIAST. Losdok, Msrea S9. AgRataemosatration took place m Hyde Bark yesterday. Dr. Eenesly presHmg. Bpsnhltww were passed asking far fee release of theCUimaat.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

    BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTHS. CRAIG.—On the 30th March, at the Derby Hotel, Rock— hampton, the wife of James Craig carrier, of a son. HOLT.—At Pink Lily School House, March 25, the wife of Holt Holt, of a son. MARRIAGE, SALMOND.— At Rockhampton, on the 27th March, by the Rev. J. W. Henry, David Salmond, Esq., Health Officer, to Mrs. Janet Oswald Robinson. DEATH. HOLT.— On the 26th March, at Pink Lily School House, the infant son of Holt Holt.

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COMMERCIAL CAPRICORNIAN OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

1 COMMERCIAL f CArstDonsus Office, Friday Evening. Bckdtbss daring flte latter part of tievreet has snneirhat improved, and the mmal re action aria- the holidays has commenced, alfliongn, the wool season being now nearly orer, this is ofbat the . dnflest time of year. A number of teams left for toe eoantry withm tiie past few- days, bat s considerable »«—'«* 335 bales of vnol have been reeeired in town during the week, and camels are pifntjfnl. Carriage is easy, and engagements are readily made at the following rates :— To Springsnre, £11 each way; to dermont, £11 to £12 each vmy ; toTambo, £S9te£2£, and £14 to £13 return; toHaekall, £22 to £24, and £K to £1S return. There is, however, very littie return loading. The foQoiring qnantaties of wool have been received in town during the week :— By John Headrick and Co.: 46 bales, GF I over Peak Dons ; 14 bales Emerald Downs ; j 83 bales, S. WH»on over Logan Downs. By G. a Shaw: 30 bales, PtOo. By Wood and Wood : 20 bales. Retro ; 3G bal...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

A LBBECHT TIEEZ.j EAST STREET, Has ok Sue— BRANDIES — Hennessy*s, Marteirs —bulk ECM— Lowndes' and Colonial. WHLSntY — denlivet, Irish, Berth Boss, Lome — balk and case GENEVA— Key and JDKZ, 2, 3, and 4 gal lons proof. SCHNAPPS— Old Tom. NOEDHAUSER COBN— Eummel. BITTERS— Orange, Stotigbton, Angostura, PoDuneoktagcsi. WINES— Sherry, Port, Colonial, Claret, Champagne— *wlk and case. MABASCHEN'O— Curacoa, Noyanse, and other Iiqaeurs. ALE— bulk, quarts and pints STOUT— Blood's, Byass', Guinness'— quarts j and pints TEAS-liest qualities, chaste, halves, and boxes. SUGARS— Snowdrop, Crystals, Counter, and Nation. OILMEN'S STORES. GROCERIES^ every description and best ooalities. OBAPEKV, HAEDWAHE, BEU8BWAEE, and every deacriptiaa of Station Importers of GinsBl D-apery, Saka, MfflinewTS M«* CWtt«J »-?» House, Bockliampton. ? (Ute A. B. AmstttejgaadOa.^ Impor tem of SUps' B^g7 «»« -*£* '* General Ship Chandlery, HarkeMbOB,-. o Sydney. ? ^ WILLIAM HOPKlSSj' Bookseuxe ivd8uib«b. Ag'* for Oolom...

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ADELAIDE. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

ADELAIDE. March 30. At the half-yearly meeting of the Moonta Copper Mining Company tbe report showeda net profit -t £31,000 for the half -year.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

52 ? _JGL I 1 SHIPPING NEWS. I j A2BIYAL. ! HucaSSL- Tannee. u. 265 tana, Captain | H. Hirst, bom Mackay. March 2S. Passen- j gen : Mrs. C. H. Palmer nl family, Mrs. : Prosier, Hewn. E. Heming, H. Thompson, Dl Palmer, D. Levoi, W. Ktzmiurice, W. Bovey, and 25 in the steerage. Wood and Wood, agents. Man* 30.— Lady Edto, s-, 423 tarns, Captain W. Cottier, from Brisbane, March 23, I via all the ports. Passengers— Mrs. White ! and servant, Mrs. Witt, Hiss Pamperin, His ! Honor Sr James Cockle, CJ- Mr. Sheriff Hauoran, Messrs. Keane, Fanshaw, Phillips, F. S. Grant, CarafeO, T. Wolfi; J. StockweU, Btddnlph, Elliott, Campbell, A- Stewart, 1 H. E. Croft, Borenam, Johnstane, DnflieM, I Seagrave, and Id in the steerage Wood and ! Wood, agents. i April I.— (In Keppel Bay), Normanby, E.M.S., WOO tons, Captain Fart from' Sydney, via Brisbane. Passengers— IYom | Sydney to Somerset : Mrs. WiUae, Mr. O. I Parson, Captains Scott and O'Hagan, fonr in the steerage, and twenty-two Sooth Seal Islanders,...

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CHANGES IN THE LANDS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

CHANGES C-' THE LANDS DEPAET-! VEST. | JbfPORUuiT daises are still is progress in the Department of Public Lands. The GmentAeat Gazette of the 13th instant notifies the appointment of Mr. ! Itiiv, Under-Secretary, as ActmgSur veyor-GeneraL in the room of Mr. CsEC-m, transferred to the Department of Works and Mines, and now filling the appointment of Geological Surveyor, a post seemingly made expressly for the ocenpier. I Foryears, the late Survevor-Generai, had the credit of being an obstructionist, who stubbornly, and not unsuccessfully, set his back up against all attempts at innovation and reform, and Mr. Stephens is die first Minister who has ? dared to beard the lion in his den, and remove him out of harm's way. Mr. Gregory has doubtless proved himself an aide -3&bc&3l, and 3. man possessing high personal qualities. His appointment of Survevor-General dates from the establishment of the colony, and his varied and extensive experience as a surveyor, as a squatter...

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FINANCIAL PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

FINANCIAL PEOSPECTS. Our contemporary, liie Brisbane Courier indulges the public periodically with articles written in a somewhat lugubrious strain, more, probably, to gratify die taste of a certain dass of ie readers than to create anything like panic or even apprehension as to the future. A short j time since wewereto have a general war in j Europe, with a depressed market for colonial products, and as a natural sequence great distress in Austra lian f*r-TniwimTtips. Now die public are informed that die colony is on die high road to ruin through lavish expenditure of the public money. Daring die last fourteen years we have spent on an average j£i,odo,ooo per annum, or a total of ^14,506,830 since die foundation of die colony. Of this sum ,£9,258,544 has been on account of ordinary revenue, and .£5,253,186 on account of loan. Last year's expenditure, however, was far beyond the average, the disbursements having been .£1,109,380 against consolidated revenue, .£538,973 against -loan,...

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An English Peabody. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

An English Peatmff. The UtouAoUa- Omriim'm London correspondent writes: — 'A scheme for the Education of Women has been un dertaken by 3 private gentiemaD on a. scale which I behere to be unprecedented in either this or any other country. After building a sarritarinm for the insane at a. cost, if I remember rightly, of more than ,£150,000, Mr. Holloway, die maker of a well-known patent medicine, has embarked upon a much greater and more important project He has pur chased for some £25^00 the Mount Lee estate, at Egham, and on this be purposes to erect an enormous braiding, to be called a ladies' university. More accurately described it will be a college for the education of women. The in stitution is intended to accommodate 400 students, under at least twenty professors, and it mH hold jhe same relation to the higher education of women as do die colleges of Oxford and Cam bridge to the education of men. The place wiS not have ally charter, and students wiU be piepaied for the Oam bn...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." CONTENTS—APRIL 3, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

TLTilCKAY fKSCAL RACES. JUNE 13th im 16m. MAIDEN MATE eCWam. ; one and «-tulf aaaes; nagfclforaee. PIONEER HANDICAP of 60 bovs,, with a on^d S«ove, b.ft for second horse; .?«*»nd a-balf miles; mmojatian £1 ; acceptance £2. I HANDICAP HCBDLE BACK of 9f son., : with a sweep of 4sora. h-ft. added; two da; -mf eg* leapt, 4 & high; ?mmlni £1 ; acceptance £L ILTjC. HANDICAP of ISO earn-, with a ?weep of 6 ton. S forfcrtadded ; three Aflnonnnstaooswitli fin* moiety of atreep ' aodBomiiMtionteheoenttothc Secretary on I or before ISSi And. WHgtejwMMbedin Jbdbw Mmmn, April 34. AcoBpbnMes witfebtlaaceoC «weep, etc etc, Jone*. H. P. MORGAN, Secretary. For foil particulars see afadhre JUraay. WASTED. STOCKMAN and MAE BOSD COCPLE, at Cnd Ci«k, nearyasmbs. APEBSON thoronghly acquainted with the poetical and scientific cultivation MBi manufacture of the best crystal «od synrp sugars, who baa been a planter at Manritiiie ?even jean en bis own account, it opal to uuggrn'*1* » manager to a pla...

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Rockhampton Circuit Court. BEFORE His Honor Sir James Cockie, Chief Justice. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 April 1875

Rocthampton Circuit Court. Befoee His Honor Sir Junes Codds, Chief Justice. WEDXESDAY. The Court* ogjenel at half-past 10 o'clock Vithtbenn^formilitia. Mr. C. S. CansdeU prosecuted on behalf o£ the Cnmanl Mr. Keane, fmtn the Cnnra Law Offices, fihAue, appealed far the Crown Solicitor. ohimixal assmtlt. Charles Andersen was indicted for tint he did, at North Rockhampton, on the 27th day d» of December, 1S74, in and upon the body of one Charlotte Paterspn, . feloniously and vmlentiy make a criminal fmnanlt The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Milford. The Crown Prosecatur opened the case at length, explaining the circumstances of die alleged offence, and called the prosecutxix, (Charlotte Paterson, who deposes that she first aw tic prisoner on board the immigrant ship Suffolk 7 was nnrse in the hospital on the -voyage out, and the prisoner was a seaman on board; after landing here went to a situation at the Dawran, and returned to BoHrhampton; next saw tile prisone...

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