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THE WEEK'S TELEGRAM. COOKTOWN. [?] April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

a*? .. .. ? ,_. at \ THE WEEK'S TELEGRAMSri ? 0G9EWWK. ? . . (Vu Towkevouc.) - Anrillft. TsntEuamstnufacfpenleboai chins Co ttfc Ipott Tie t&rs anil Naomi, «t-Ttr. MvSmM ? HT*ii|JmIm1iii' --i , .' 'If '-7 ' ^Ml ^_ ^ ?RIW- VB WflUHBKJi III m^inj^ aUU IISS' ?mtiwi l-41»*w^2n-» passengers. UvtnJi we stMlaidwfnr^aotoswafcwlvagapare ?od rfcaegbsi. and it is said «iat «00B to 10.000 .not ate waiting at Hsaajhmg tor in iimbi. Thest^ra brings 150 tons cargo bere. The XMBB^flrfiar^ydmytliuittSmig. - tDeokfeiwn naemUa m Chinese colony. A public meeting has been held, «t which CTtMwm b»ve been passed isjpkring the Covcauaeot to stop the immigratm, or hn non a, poll-tax, sad compel toe Chmeseto £&«!tlnM«nm wfflTttiem. fheep «ad .cattle are voy rare in ttk The**.'. Alexaidndiscaanea ha- cargo *t Oe wharf. She s^ at dsyligjit for «M sooth, «-m«p»*' -o **** 14,000 ounces goUfrem Townsvafe «K weather is now splendid. VhetnoasMa lu- at in bnn tile south-ess^ anditia Wowing ?strong al...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Gladstone. TwBOTt or/B OWK COBSXSFOBDEST.1 Larub numbers of sheep are leaving tins dis trictv not because it is nnsuitshle, but st con sequence of the high price of cattle making the breeding of that tand of stock mote re munerative than sheep. The news from tie CallidedigginB is satis factory. The water in 'the creek as a. little annqymff, as it is no sooner down-Sian aaotiier shower floods it again. I am informed some heavy gold has been got in tiie range «t tiie bead of tiie creek, but tiie finder says fite gnlly is small. Several parlies &em GUoatone wfll start next TOrMor the field. My attention has been directed totiiejoajer way of '».'«g»'g tiie snTzt0Bas^farten3ers at prfflpnt pnrsned by utn uoramBoc^c^^nBT instance, tenders were invited Cor EOotfs ooV~- - tage. Port Curtis. Hans, tc, to be eeen at the Police Office, Gladstone, and tenders to be in by the 26th instant The plans were in quired for at the office, but they did mt reach there until April 3; so the expens...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

ADVICE TOTQVBGMEX. Ceaps like Horace Greeley and George Francis Tram are continually writing what they call words of advice to yotmg men, advising them to go West and boy farms, utterly regardless of the fret that half of the so-called young men haven't money enough to pay for a shave and » box of collars at the same tune. Greeley wants every young man to fiirm it; Train wants them to cultivate the political field ; Seward dunks they ought to fit themselves for college pro fessors, and die coming generation is advised toaeath. Young men ought to be let; alone. If they don't know what is best tar them, so one does. When boj-B of twelve are fuUy capable of running the house, and instmcting their parent* in business aflaira no fears need be felt for the young men of eighteen or twenty. Beddes, who wants to have ' advice' flox^ at him all the time? Just that very thing was the cause of my wife's nude dying when he did. ~S# hid it m»Wt of wnaKngjttsttelge going to bed. Time and again was...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE OYSTER RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE OXSXEB BIHO. Tas pathway to reform is not strewn withnata. X am unaided of tfau by a little — — IJmwb always bought my oysters opmS~M(Bjle*im ari myself are find of oysters, atM flat* jpBat many tf titan. It occurred to me oneway ????Jaat DabBraay, to be more direct — tint there existed a monopoly in opening oysters tint was hurtful to tin public nan Wbeoeverlgethold of*, notion of tint kind I work it op. I worked thtsap; I brought borne* half bushel of oysters in the sbeD, 8atarday night, md pat &sm io i&e cellar tin monaiig, alien they wen to be opened fresh for liialhel When morning came I went down stain Mad brought up the oysters mrhikMxaStgrfciiugotnadirafaiifesnd pan. I wasn't quite diuBod, became I m ? little eager to profit by an i^piUM'**1*- Suns* Pernm shared this anxious to bare me go to work at once. Itis«BdtiDUthe teas ? man knows about anything tlab mow wniiDgjiy las engages to do it. 1 Jomr writing about opening oysters; I bad never opened one in ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ON OLD MAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

ON OLD MAIDS. Air Old Maid is an elderly woman wbowean a ted ribbon in her bonnet, and lives on a third floor in a lodging house. She has high cheek bones and a cracked voice. She wears mittens all the year round, and rears geraniums m Bower-pots on the outside window eilL These flower-pots often fall into the street and kiU children. Wfaentfais occurs the Old Maid goes down stairs, picks up the plant, and, baring got back tober mom, puts it into a new pot of fresh earth. Gerazraam often ssrrire the ML An Old Staid has fcfce teeth, atOSai hair, aad a shabby leticule. She drinks camomile tea before breakfast for the stomach, and washes her face in cream to tneveot tiie skis 6em chapping. Her income is limited, and she knows tbevalneof a penny. 8belikesto_get an^i aspaaatasee -tar TaThcmr't talk, affl^Eemta a jileniafol store of personal anecdotes. She loves, all TnmVwi^ so well that die is continually Aaariang eveijoue with her tongue. She would cather die than change her opinion, fo...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Apprehended War in E[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

The Apprehended War fa &np& (Rtm Oe Sim Tart TOies, T, «Wjf W.» Is European diptomacy it's* wiy fie quenSy die improhable that tappers'. On the eve of the outbreak -«»jg£ Franco-German war, one of Jhe iwst confident obserras of -he Jiotticai barometer said that the prospects for a long-continued peace wereneterlpgnta tban at that moment. At the present time, when all prognostications bodfc arqjroadiing vat, it would tiaxtfote he radi to conclude that the inflnences working against such a. contnigency are not stronger than those which seem to be propelling the Ifaiiiiy CorJOneotal Powers rapidly toward it- WHe that reflection may deter people fiom making confident predictions about a. series of highly complicated political questions, it cannot deter dam from t^iHug aTnimt of the ?uinm1 result of ' the present oppressive scale of European; armaments. The London ISsset, which is probably able to get at «he opinions, entertained by die British Foreign Office on this subj...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CAR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Correspondence SO TBE CDITOK OF SHE CATetgoBKUX. StB,— PermitiDetou«thecammij»of yoairpaper to inquire if anyone ia possessed of infonnation ftat waHeadtotneientnyof themaradto which tie -wreckage iatdy iomd at Slmal water Bay. Borina atatjon. faplwami. [ Inquiries are anxiously mode as te tbe fate lo£theBch-woeKU=i-!Mnir.-rfifci«bane,rad { tie Mona, of Mao'borough. Theiarmerwaa ? last beard of off High Peak on tie Sath of FebraaiT, and has not since tamed am. The Mona was, I believe,' at Mackay on tie 24th {February, since whea notiing has been heard j of her. About that thneaaeveiceyclone pre vailed along our coast, and it iB feared Uiat both vessels then fonndarei Information will be thankfully received on ; behalf -of those interested in these vesseta. 1 Y-mrs fsrthfnBy, -i. B. bnur. 1 F.S. — ^If tie wreckage were described, and . tie colour of paint -given, a elae might be : Bodkhampton, April 14, 1873. The Straiford-*))0*-ATOK OromiA of Januaiy22faas an accounts tie. asarnage ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

- «aete/.. - - ;-- , IraBK a. mejiJuiffirorjiT.1 npqft ** apttrt.' bq XwjEfait KsmAg WKgo&ium « tin iiisn ns vjth -sierliwiral ^SDawsneBt anav be snrwifnl. as at times' bere we 'ace very The weather CBntinnes mast araaonahlr for tjae asps, and there is «rerr frasnect of an 'anauy prgsperans crushing acasov The fiae warax days are fcnngmj.on the JOttmr canes snWiolv, and w? nave hla a few showers nncaawmliv. jnst aaCciaRtts mam tam tie growth without interfering witib any wJI beoig^r«tea ao far, this ^ear. and I aojpoK it -n& be the o»r «je, a.,4 vonU be rather .late for any to start now, with smy rtinnrr of bciig ready (or crwiung time, which win canmeace ia ^ime «r July. Tie min to whack I hare . alluded is tie property of Mr. 8. BrombBK.,wbo nas tdiairaniied starekeepinj, to iecome a bbH owner. Themilli- alaive andeohstantial one— it ia situated about dhree -iks from town, at the back of the.rao*«drae. ilr. Bnanberc bas only about thirty a-Te« of ua Us ownEuad, bat...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

L pohliabed every mornmg at tire o'clock, is the oldest and most widdy-drcolated Bewa rcr in Centnt and Northern Qnaeosiamd. addition to tantwortky -aoori news, tiae readers of the BcixETlK are provided wiUi the latest telegraphic and other nateffigeatcefromall parts of the ottH. ? ilefaopolttair and oCcial rtilkaml at Brisbane, and amagaaMats are in progress for seeming cornsponaents in every important town in tbe colony. Asm m* t— 'j'-g »~»JJ«nm tbeBnuziiKisgsaeBally admitted to be second to no jouaaal in the colony. Snbseriptaon, in adrance, 15s. per quarter, or £3 10s. peraauimit. TO COEBB5PONDEKTS. S3' Intending subscribers are ramndeffl1 that sobscriptiami are payable in all cages in ad vanee, aul thttt, when forwatded for any term less Hun twelve months, tbe charge is at the rate of aix shillings and sixpence per

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Clumber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Chamber of Comment. The nsnal monthly «~»*i^ of the Committee was held on Wednesday afternoon, attkeUuni dpal Chambers, Bolsover^treet, tbe&Dawing Macfarlane (Mayor). In tins absence of fte Pr«ideat (Oaptaia E. M. Hunter), Mr. Livennore -l-epnty- Chairman) was called npon to prende. The Seceetiev (Mr. Jackson) read tte following DT» AJtD cOBKESrOSBEKCK. 1. A letter 'from the -Colonial Treasurer with reference to tie dredging of tbe tmr, stating Hat on tbe receipt of communication frmTT ''? IImM— fta fa^nlmr »rf fimimiciv^ which had only reached the office at Brisbane on the 3rd nltroro, the Harbonr Master- at report, but in conseijuence of the flooded state of the Kteroy it was impossible for him to 'ono say opinion as to the present state' of tbe channel in that river. So soon as the flood mbsMai Mr. Bnsdle mxU «camiie file channel and furnish the department with Ml particular*, and if it should appear that tbe employment o? ibedredgc to remove asy in structions in the chan...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Inpricornian SATURDAY. APRIL, 17. 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

SATUBDAY, APBH. 17, 1873. The iimption of Chinese still coo tinnes, and nervons people are in dread that at no distant date it win lead to dis agreeable results on oar northern gold fields. We are told that miners, as a class, have a particular aversion to pig tail intruders, and that collisions between die Europeans and Asiatics maybe dailj* looked for. We dunk die danger of notoos |mo- rrdmgs is much exaggerated, as from the scattered character of die Palmer gold-diggings there is no great aggregation of people in any one spot StiG, there can be no doubt that it de volves apon the authorities to take precautionary measures to prevent a breach of tbe peace. The authority of die law and die doe security of life and property must be maintained. Ft is alleged that die European gold-digger has just cause to complain of the Chinaman, who invariably shirks die hardships and dangers of pioneer work, and makes it his business to fbTloir close upon the heels of the successful pros pector, a...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SAN FRANCISCO MAILS. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE SAK FEANCTSOO IC&IXS. fjosiMRE, Anril 13^. The Anstrarjan maBs viJISan Fiauusuibave ieen delivered here

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BELGIAN [?]CULTY LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE BELGIA5 BlrTrCCLTT. ? Lokbos. a»»fl 13. The nneasmeai'as to the waiSte aspect of affaira is subsiding. In tke Boose rf Commoni yederiUy, Mr. Dimdi stated his bener'Uiat-the Bdgimn difficulty was now aancstty- setOed. Ike hon. genUeman added -Oat 3 anything occurred to threaten tix xtirgnAnmi ar nentalityafBeV^nin,lla; Govermaentwoldd know tbeir duty, aad net watt to i ? am Parliament before takng stew to vindicate tbe ixraor of Great Britmi.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWNSVILLE, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Tovtss^iux, ApnL3. (JJM «c SriAmr Pap**) The sittings of the District Oant opened here tins aasnnag, at II o'clock, before Bis Honor Judge Hirst Monroe BunUi cnarged vich obtaamg money under false pretences, wm found Smrty,«Hlj«K been sentenced to StGeocce, March aa Xmety-eigbt shansa, £5 each, baxe tieeu already applied for m tie ptojected Ooadi Company. The weather v, fine, and there is plenty of grass in the district. Stokev. March SL U-e decUon £«-»seatatthe Saard of Direc tors fi die *~trJ^,. JJiitual Itovident Soaety, vacant by tiu rangnatkai.o? Mr. Molmeanx, has caused great emrrfamfnt umust die members to-day. Messrs. 1- E. IvesTc, A. Uoyd, J. Horley; and P. K. Tre rrrfr wrrr tfir rrnifidatm B1^^^. andtae firatoaned genttemsn was elected. Fullic apmioo here has endorsed the opiman esxnsed by the lldba*r* Jrp*s, that Jnles Joubect'e letter, wilh lespeet to tbe FinUad phiaEiiSutMD, was -nd^r and insolent. Aprils. Mr. Forsteft financial statement ahows iittfesiteriiijn m&am...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW RUSSIAN LOAN. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

KEWECSSIAK IflAK. 1[x»s«s. AnrB 13. A new Bnaoan loan of £15,000,000 it anaounced throogli the agency of BotbschOd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE ACSTEALIAN MAI1S. TjUSDOS. isni TO. The Briaaan jwrtim. of the Amfaalian Bcecnary maB v£ Mewssxae was delivered to-day, two days is advance of contract time.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POPES PREROGSTIVE LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE POPE'S PEEEOGAHTE. Ijosdos, April 16. The Bmpenn of Austria and Italy have mutaaDy agreed to respect the prerogative ot Uk Pope, immb«^mtern5 iaterotoof tin fia«irea»a«taaecnsd.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW FLOATING APPARATUS. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

SEW fXOATISO APPARATUS. I/WPO-r. ApralS. Captain Boyntonhassafclynaatedadartance af mrymaesacrass the EagBn Cbaaaci, on snapra^atMfor.avmglafeasigiioibyhun aerL^ghaan prevented himfromlaafag at muyaplufltotheQawn.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

COMMERCIAL ASD SHIPPISG. Utsous. April M. CoppwhwaasBwarf teoaVmy, hat Am taliansiaeglectelowiagtotlie cheapness of irived: Anrfo-Saowi fraca Bosbane; SoejereetehireTsX, boat afetnosrae. Mr. Alfred Westoa, a pawnger by the Goawmet shire, died during Wpaaaagetwnr.

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEXT SUEZ AND MELBOURNE MAIL. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE XEXT SUEZ ASD MELB0CBSE MAIL. UntDULAnraMS. The P. and O. Comnsny. sUp TMroak jettftfevCTterday, wShfi»tEs#su««a af

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