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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

GOVERNESS WANTED. TITAKTED, for a Station near town, a TT GOVERNESS, to teachfouT children. Must Waeenatomed to station life. Reference reuoimd. ApyJyto JOHN COOK. Bahagowan, Mackay, March 22,1875. T-AXBICK BOCSKE and MACEICE X POWEB-pleaae ornimnnrinte with the undersigned at once. ? Ed. BANNAS. WATERLOO WTSE t SPIBIT STOBES. tVIBE nnderaigned notifies to his friends that X heiainreocqat'of constant and regular shipments of FTBST-CLASS WIKES, SPIRITS, BOT TLED t DBAUGar BEEBS, and respectfully aalieits further orders. W. G. CAPOKK. T-~f-»»*' Tton. January 1, 1875. ? Xfm\ ,Vv' On ittript of iwmrtiiflTk. \O. . jC; nma* smsnurjaa -%^ ^/ omlocltnwBliuirgnattacuaioiL ^ VyV\ Mate* that l-e can undertake bo Im»- /£-/ V'A scsBSksMifccliiimiairlecaccaB. / / V»N pu^tiiSuinanicdaDS. /„?/ W\ sVaTXStTw. CDBITT /£& i-^OBB ft Oa-E TELEGBAPH USE OF KJ BOYAL MAIL COACHES. TbeC»ACHES of tfae above line will ran ?a Cduowb antil farther notioe : — From Bocky Creek (Northern Bauwsy)to faV— —t a...

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

1 sH/ppim news. I ., . aJQuvara, - - ... April 9.~jBadt Swan, u, «0 toi^ Cap *a»A.T.Jsjwarda, from Brisbane, .^prS 7. TasKsgera: YDm Qninn, Mis* OvJly,' Mias Water, three iSstera of Merer. Meters. W. B. Wctasn.-«. H: Paterxm, -ad tkree m tfce steerage. Wood and Wood, amnts. April IL— Junes Pateraon. sjl, 387 fcwa. Captain £. EomonAson, from SrJner. AprilS, via VtMyhorongh. Pasmnrs - Mrs. J. Tnrnbon «od servant. Hw Cadeu,: S. TnrnbuU, Christian. Heslip. and 1 in tjk steeracs. Wood and Wood, aaents. A«»a B.- -Qoee^Und, a, 287 tarn*. Captain F. Braoka, frem Brisbane, April 7. nial% porta. rsaaengen — lira. Wktina, itra. Swanaton, Mm twooe, Heaan. Wickim, Cnms, Kaah. Laany, Phillips, Faaduwe, HeU, ««I 40 in tbe steaage. VTooi ud Woniagenta. AprS U.— Reindeer, ketch, 34 tons, P. Brown, master, from Bmdaberz, witii 21,000 feet tunW, conagnert to A. Grant. Master, agait. AprH 16— Annie, schooner. IS tons, 4. Wifeon. aaater, from CaOiope, witn' ttjOW feet timber conigned to *. Ferguson. Mas...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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India and the East. (S.M. Herald Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

/«/« and tkedust iS.lL Seralo'* IW^rt^.) , Dk. ScKftoMS, Archdeacon rf Ceylon «a gjj^.tOane.died.^yo..^, Or. OoUKbaatt, a tensed ooartalkt, .ha* Ian appointed, by Eirt Csumn, to take oapiss af anoant inscriptions, aal. saggest aXte «Estrict» in (Syiott, interfering wfih the transport of lie coffee -crops, but the Saraaiiu isnow dyiagaway, Choletainan epulenne form, has prevaaed foraome weeks in Colombo, 230 caws baas repotted; amongst whom tberc irae !99 dealbs. The diaera is contmedfei the crowded parts of «K town. Government nave promised liberal aid to1 tue mnmeipality to secure a water eoppiy for tile city of three million gallons daily. as yet considettjd jiainy cooo~ Qastaia Barley, ofJiafle, jias introduced &-e ShjaghaT pheasant to the (Jeylon lull country, COW 'feet high, where they are etpected to socwedweli. Governor Gregory met with an accident in the northern jungles of ifae islands, his horse bolting as he was monn&iig, after inspecting an irrigation ban...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The De[?] of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Tie, oeurfr.m «**»^r ; ? ; ' C*r*lte'?&X&$-*itUj . ?' We emfeivoar^d nearly 'two yeas sgo to give in 6u^e«otamns*3B-appnndm^t£ esaanteoftfee national debttof (heworid. We condoSed an that occasion 4m &e ind^Jtedness of djeworld might be placed sitaixwt j^4joo,oqq.ooo. Dutins €he two years which? have since passed there isgoodrearootobeSewthatalargead aitioo has beta maSe to ti^s sou. Hew rjaimtries.^9cl old'cpuiitrj^svie widi vsxStk other to ti»e money nuikas of Europe; abd evett China has' within the bst lew treets conjraencea ' a 'rational Sebt There is consideraWe diSafity ja asrfr tainmg ifce. liabilities of- the vanoas nanons wfuos are ilius lieavirr mdebibsd. Tbe anppal almanac gives us some as 4-staitoe in tfie subject, aijd the careful infonnatjoa which the JSmnwc. pab Kdies in the ' Investor'* ttanoal ' aiSatds also considerable help in solving the question. The followitg are die best estimites which we can form of die pnndpal naticmsl debts at the p...

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

Official Notifications. The foUowing notincations appear in Satur day's GotenmoU Gazette :— ArrorsTsiBiTS.— The Hon. W. H. Vtmg, M.LC, to beaTrusteeof the Mackay General Commission of the Peice.— The foQowing gentlemen hate been appointed mamstrat-» of the territory :— Samuel Bennett Bailey. Toovoomba; John Deiany Persia, South, Fine; Arthur Leslie Bourocanlt, Bockhamp ton; Thomas Foster Knox, Sydney, Sew South Wales; Robert Hamilton Matthews, Goondiwindi; and Charles Eidley Smith, Brisbane. Ten-berk.— Tenders are called for theerec tien of a eourt-liouse, Townsville; and for Hus constraotion of the land portion of tele graph line from Mackay to Flat Top Island. Licessed Scevetoe.— Mr. HrnA Macksy of Gladstone, has been licensed as a-urveyor- quabned to act under the provisions, and for the purposes of Real Property Act of 18G1. i ClEKjiai.— Jfotice is given of the removal of the Rev. William Gray, Congrendianal' Minister, from Oxley to TownsnBeT 1 Swallowep bv a QncKSiiB.— An ex tr...

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

#*fp GBISBSE QUESTION. Tiffi anti-Chinese agjratin(r'|B»#4bang ^jarrpfl jn varions,|£arts of t]« ^colbny is, ae tnkar.it, vas^BUidvised. It is at Sat^aaaaaaaaaataiaaatatitnt S-JT^lIw* --iM''Jwlii»-- mafif* attieiate rjublic ?toeenne' m Brisbane - jiMiiirijr%rnTitiirrir nftTir tmrrmrirr. doSlK^Beet to prohibit the landing of Chinese, bat will be satisfied if they are kept off the northern gold-fields for two jobs... And why? Because, as lie sHega,&e Chinese watch their oppor -.~( tanifjes, «nd appropriate the ftnits of the 'European diggers' enterprise. It is not {Retesded feat poor John comes mio ilireci competitiQO wife fee 'almighty dagger,' fcy taking up ground in new rushes. All he does is to . wait until the European deserts die - igBOBnd^andthentogonponitinthehope - of getting a reward for honest labour. * ' 3fr. Muiaigau's demand is that for two 'yens after any diggings are opened a OMfMam should not be allowed to go Upon feprn, even if they be totally ' deserted. At ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

THE NATIONAL AttEICOLTUEAL AND mpPSTRIAL ASSOCIATION OF QUEENSLAND. The East Moreton Agricultural Associa tion did not -Mjoy a prosperous career; and its leading members, to save their own credit, have committed themselves roan endeavour to turafallure into success by widening fee scope of the Society, and giving it a high-sounding name, of national import. This looks very much like truning over a new leaf because the old one is too much blotted for public inspection. The effort at amendment is commendable, but history commonly icpeats itself; and we cannot place Touch faith in good «Ms'hi|^T'tl that are at variance wife past practice. The old Society had' evidently not sufficient vitality to «mtjimf its existence in a respectable manner, and it is a pity that the weakling was not smothered at once, and an entirely new society originated. The most successtul and permanent msatotioDS have, had small beginnings; on the other hand, undertakings ushered into existence with a flourish of...

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

The Beecher Scandal. Writing on fee 20th February, fee 8. M. HeraWt correspondent thus com merits on this celebrated case : — ' The Tflton-Beecher suit still remains the f'W^]g topic of news. During the cast month it has made scarcely any perceptible progress, though it has steadily filled from eighteen to twenty columns a day of fee Xma and TUbuMC, the only papers ffrmrprismg enough to attempt the task of reporting it varhwtim TSton himself has bees as the stand for three weeks, but mstESiroonyhassn^Sy been an f^rper^'^ version of his^snons Hwif— '? Day before yesterday, how S^. who testffiea feat Jan. one fw^acwi t jnwiafej TliiftiJig and Mcs* XSlboo in Mfttm^ous^ *fwdfnr ' How do you fea today, ~E3izabetb ?' ftfSwmeb Elusbem replied 'Dear father, **— so.' Wws another verba! morsel *?« been added 4o fee vocabulary of oAent sltng.- Everybody for fee past tiio dn5, ftpo^ fee newsboy to the muuonaae, has complained of being 'so — so,' anddiis charmingly ambiguous expression wBl take ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALES AND SKETCHES. THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

TALES AND SKETCHES THE LONG AND THE 8HOBX OF IT. It was dimppointjsjr, certainly, to eiy «he least of tt. I had misled tin) tram by balf a inimna, asanoner — apparently cae porter of the elation —kindly erphinwi to me, although I m already informed of «he bet, thank* to my on in tfcne only to bar Ihe louS riseinc of tie ben. um parting suunj oTuk engine, and the £rind- jnp and groaning of tbe train u it merai oat of the tdatvm— *low]y at finfc and painful] y, with mod asfbmaDJc panting,, then more end mor« rapidly* aa tnoofih it lisa drawn a Ions bmtzi, and made up Ha mind for a, very quick raq iodeed—tiun bemf no other coarse op-n to it* AfrroticwbiHm* in tfa« air of coloured licfata, ? final «-n«n in the distance, and then it was eomplefelr gfroe— At red Warp behind it, which had htcn daring upon me after a malign and bloodAot&dnon, qmitiw fading and dimming into * men aperir, and at last dying outznd du~ aiifwii iiif altnfrftirr It TO Dnnm Trxatious, tint the dopant m wnt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

-&TACKAY ASTKUAL BACES. JOKE ISra axd lent. MAIDEN PLATEof40wra.;ane«_la-__ nriles; weight fee age. PIONEEE HANDICAP of 60 mm, wiUi- awsEp at 2 am, fa.-, far aaa-dha--; -pT-_ *J_lf -__?; m-m-Bon «; acceptance-?. BAKDICAP HOBDIE BACE of SO am, «_-?!)» of 4 am. -it-Mat; **» ______!» ^^_S_ift' *** 3LT.C HANDICAP at 120 mn, w-b. * sweep of 6 «o-t 2 tefeft-U-L; thro. !__»;—» n—_ I- -—?;?— q ptannf — L AD «____» w_k Gat aaiely of -mp ;and unfa-Bon to be-atto-e 8em_*y«m -or before 19Hi Aprfl. Wa^tepafab-edm Jfadta, -bn»--, April 8t Acceptance. ?with -dance of amen, etc, «*_, Jane ft. H. F. IHtBGAK, 8eert-»y. Forf-lpartiai-naee -Santa* Jfafa B IT C H, Tob____L, Eaat . afaeet, Barfcti-r-tan CHESOS AND I E W I N. Paoppqi Mebchakts aSd Stoee kso-kbs, Wi— ai n-atteet Etl t GAEDKEK, B—SDVASB AND IBON MEECHAXTO, a^Hmt, Ba-h-upten. ? : i^ y i 5 i^ ? fia-Uer «nd Bam Maker, Boefc 4-ttaL__ ? » I, B B E C H T 'ni E B Z. JEA8T STEEET, : Has oh 8— je— tumnim TT- m» my\ __*_'-- -bu& BOU-U...

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THE "CAPRICORNIAN." [?] APRIL 17, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

*HE 'CAPRICORNIAN.' CortaiTB—Araa. 17, ISW. .._ ? .. _____ 'B iteCM— —0— — Mn-Krt— — , nrrt— ?— tl. - __rJ_r_---f1--(«---t_«-; *' _jsii.o5£-ttrr--_1^ _,» ftg^W-m-B.-™ _ _ » ^_^~*^__l- u-if-nt^ ?\_H__inS2ae_- ; ; ; _ molten*- _ ^^: _ mb -s___£^^°r-£ » 3^__stA__^_rs_^ & x*c^'!^-aasi^5j _ ~ ~ ~ Is^an — Kk— : -——?__ -_IHn_-3_i_'m_t —?—?—_ - ? _ _ ? —3 _ect|i«Mtti B— B-Toe «_» ——.-Ha i*Eg.a_£_!£3te^er_-Y__~ §j

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The Aramac Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

The Aramac Road. It will be Jemembered (says the P D. Tele gram) that tile road nowin use to Aramac was first surveyed and marked by Mr. Clewed It was not a popular road, and little uaet; Common report spoke of an extensive desert to le crossed, which .was quite enough to frighten carriers, and a stretoh. of. 100 miles (99& was the actqal measurement) without a habitation of any ariad, dosotl it to all hot the more adventurous class of travdlen. Attfaat time the largest station in that district, Bmren Downs, used the port of Bowen, sending down its produce thither and recerving by the same route supplies 1joth of stores and men. The usual track for men in search -of employment was from the Bowen district to Bowen Downs, and thence by Aramac to TJanrbo and -the -Banuo. At one time there were nearer tire coast* and wages used to be aame trmrn lower «i the Thornton and Barcoojhan ontheJIoainl or Peah..Powna. Bat they was these ffistricta, 'except nyl*? roundabout S^ffrS?- '' ^-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Great West [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

The Great West We -Pe* *-*? t*p»sjWs»veibeen able i from ti&e U thfc «U#ft£fc orr resders descriptions nun: or less full of tint vast dis trict comprised within the watershedEM the Thomson down to rhe^unction Scathe Barcoo, theDirr, and thfiTBamaotinsS? ?tits «ut «rt»»t »a^ awSstaence fiaftamVt , Wm still oHJgeKtoi|)e%fran«E5s2|j lbs neighbourhood of! Et^Sng township, ? wears now aUBjato sjesk an more certain' authority. ^* The town of Anmac, formerly kmra as Hararhan, u situated on the bank of the crab of the same name, immediately below the junction with it of tiro mam branches called Pelican and Politic Creeks respectively. It is situated 'far abs»e &e reach of any pos sible flood, on (he edge of a huge plain. It consists at present of a few bowlings only, but if we are correctiy informed, mare money] circulate! then tbu in many planes of more] pretentious appearance. The (Government offices are at present in .m sort of chrysalis state, both the bsOrtings and the ...

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POLICE COURT. Before Mr. C W. Rich. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

POTJCE COURT. Before Mr. C W. Rich. P.M. H. lajy appeared on summons, charged ?with nsnwthresteninguuu^ia^ towards James Young. From Youngfe evidence it appeared ihat to defendant c*me to his jlace, and on Jus yBwiwHgfaa*jnr about some meat the defen ?aaatfeecsme abusive and threatened to shoot him ; he also took op a. nil, and aaid he would Imock complauiant's brains ont ; wit ness never cave any provocation ; never called defendant foul names ; never called him a 'wooden-legged cripple.' bat defendant mid if be was mot a cripple he mU take it oat of witness. — Agnes Clowes swore she heard the phonant give any provocation ; defendant said be had commenced art actual lgsifwt the cota -phinant for slander; he never made use of tile threats complained of.— Fined £2 and ?costs. A drunkard was discharged with » caution ; 'he had been twenty-eight hoars hi tile cells. Jeremiah Hopkins, charged with wilfully ^estroying a Police Court document, value -me shnlin& pleaded goilfcy, an...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

si ? : ? ts. j LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.j A. sesobt was iii ^rfiT'^ii«waH dq TtiTHJayfar theeBectthataCainese not had occurred at Cooktown, and that all the Queensland Vohmteer Bine Corps weze under orders to proceed north. There is no reason to believe that the report has any foundation in fact The return of operations in theGoverament Savings Bank during March again evidences a dechne. The decrease in deposit! for that month was £3831 18a. Cd: There waa, how ever, an increase of 13 in the number of acQoantaa. and. 0**t total TmwTfrfr to credit on 3Ut March was 1379,064 16s. 3d. This was the ptupmty of 11,599 deposttors. Tax revision of the Jury list, after an adjournment of a week, was again proceeded with at the Police GovitonThsrsdayinoniing, before Messrs. Buttanshaw, P.M. (Oaunnan) ; Joseph Brown, J.P. ; W. O. Laauad, J.P.; and Dr. S»'-i™J After a few replies from gentlemen who had left the district bad been read, aad some alterations made under the bead of occupations, the list...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Public Ueetitii. A public meeting, convened by requisition, n, beUntiMSchoolof Ariz. Bocknampton, on Monday night, to lake into consideration the question afCknKse innmgration, nd to adopt* sera of iesomtions bearing thereon. Tie zitiuxmcambeeamegrao^ianylargeraBerthe - meetinghad opened until the hall viz weB -m«J TheproceedmgswereTery 'inhnitwl' turDUgbMt. TheMiYOE opened proceedings by reading tie reqirisition, and hie ralj convening tie —«'«»£, and then called upon one of the centimes whose signatures «m attached to the requisition, to move the first irnnhiifrm A considerable interval — ™*^. when, Mr. \Tiuxuc Bsa entered the meeting, and ascended the platform amidst applause and merriment He »Tjl»iiMj that in the absence of some of the reqnisiiianiets, who had been unexpectedly detained, it devolved on him to more &e first WfinWtion. There had been a meeting in Brisbane, and it was sow high time to take some action upon tins question here. The gentlemen 'who initiated th...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

I OUR BRISBANE UTTER. Af The long-talked of public w«*t*pg to catp T rdeteti^tzansfonnationof the East Moreton Agricultural Association into the 'National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland,' came off in the Chamber of Commerce, Ion Bill, on Wednesday after noon last* The room was crowded with gentlemen, representative of all classes of the community in Sontiiera Qneenstind, including several presidents ml delegates from district ftfi^**;^ tfisExDeUencytheGovernorpresided, and evinced a vun interest in the object of the meeting. The utmost good homoar and unanimity nurted the proceedings, the variora speakers manifesting a commendable readiness »t» make all reasonable coocessioafi to provin cial wishes and prejudices, in ocder to obtain a cordial rapport bom all parts of die colony for the 'Central National Society.' Tie pro- ] ceedings were rather stiff and formal, owing j perhaps to the csrenmstance that Bis Excel- 1 faKyjnd several of the principal speakers rea...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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Flood marks on the Dante. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Flood-marks on tie Omnw. A G^BTLE3U2f who has given much stady to the subject, and whose opmian is entitled to weight, has been good enough to supply us wi&thefoBoiringcalcolsWf- ^^ DATA 1. Distance (by the river) finomCkmsoad fa the Dawson Bridge, snout tire milra; thence to Bockhampton, 160 miles. 2. Height of flood -mark at Dawaon Bridie shove flood-mark at Bockhamptan daring 1875 equals 188 feet (nearly), as osUUbbI by the BailM.y Engineers. Consequentty. avaase fall per mile is H inches. 3. It is asserted that the velocity of the 186* flood-stream at Gamsford wss6 ndssiier hour, and at Eockhampton the same And stream was running, it 18 aaid, at the catsof 7 miles per hour. As the stream In I sum Gainsfard and Yaamba is more or less OD strncted by the trees ttat grow inCbeaaamuL and as siinuar ofastrnctibn do not adst between Yaamba and Bcdiamptw, «be accounted for, and theconehndanfBivaBonBsae that the current of the Fhnmy 4s9» modenteh/ high nosds runs sUam of 6 nales ...

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POETRY AND TRIFLES. PRINTERS BLUNDERS, OR [?] UPON [?] A COPY OF MY FIRST FROM, [?] IN THE NEWSPAPER [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

POETRY AND TRIFLES. § PBINTEBS' BLUNDERS, oe sxFUxranrs uros EEcxmsc a. oopv or mr fiest pool nBuam isTBSszwausB. AV tare it la; rmttmomvB*, In anUior maA ? aoat ! ItnaBTttlnaniit! YeCdsT Sow pnm4 TO fee to *bow tt 1 isHtmOel.mii: TLztitlnin WO astoote bar bnt. T» oM Otm cBdaB Uae- eel bow Uo «bom the; suUmeC Why. fleam wj aaM, nerrt agnamnis emit ; Branflnsottto-gBconillmota Tost gudcjl tfar die aeee Y AM ken* a I inabad S «. twm ? mwnftmt am twat'amD^ »r*iii ? Him in Hi n rum For'btari- ba,pti-ud 'urn.1 Wa- e»er neb. ptonUac raK HnrnrtUegkrstenibBiBl KrsMaUcnoe. 'San taanurDtnux, ??''— Tiiir1'— n- ? I hope max tbou «tc *«r,- it pat 'IlniietBUttaiBtitus.' Wfcaereraaai to«orti »«»»» ? Tixm emUe ism txOmmt- k apes *HioM(eBt|e ejea rhud.' - The cDknaC ae no^la- Rax,* Inaaaaansosaaaonr ? Sm art ? fnm,- On »ts gu Wbo mr ?mdo tare Imtf IHatoadxbtffiiclliinfogalldDBlte A. 'tdentt ' laxo « ' man P* ? Ttoo en tta otae- kj teeana 'un, ItiuBjiatookad: And bae, bason as i to en, Mj'ltmiTxajl- ...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sale of forfeited Runs. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875

Sale of forfeited Rum. The Government auctioneer, Mr. Arthur Martin, acting under instructions from the Coramssraner for Cnm lands, on Tuesday last held a sale of (be nnexpired terms of tin Janes rf tzbobs forfeited runs. The attea dance was urmsniHy lam, and the comneti Bon, in some cases, very brisk. Tie proceeds of the sale exceeded He wan of £4000. The following is a list of the lots sold :— SCRVKTED RrSS. WAEKBCO. Mafingmal, 4 square miles ; npset price, 15s. -36s.; Frederick William DonkfiT^ Serpentine, 'Ornate miks ; upset price, 15s. J4«s.;BobertBmaeIl Yen, 53 square ttflee ; npset price. Us — lfe; Sober* Bnnell ^^ Aabfojd, 33 square miles; upset price, 15s.— Ifii; Sober* BaeseU -»M»J East, 35 square miles; upset price, 15s.— 16a.; Bobert BnsselL IfSCSDLUtDT.. I Buckenbun, 25 square miles ; npset price, ' 15s.— 29s.; Trederict and Thomas Nash ' CasSe. j UKUTOa dlUnpli 25 square miles ; npset price, 15s. —3U; George Kirk. Samos. 25 aouare mile ; npset price, 15b. — 13s.; JoWP...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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