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The Suez Mail. (VIA MELBOURNE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
The Suez Hail (SlX HXLBOCBXE.) I The James Paterson, s.s^ brmgs Sydney files to Monday last. The BkraM of that date publishes a lone telegram of English news by tile Suez and SSettmume mail, which brought papers tn lie 19th February. VTe coB the Attta adjonmed meeting of the Colosial tiie unity of the Empire, Sh- George Campbeu, lately iMntenantGoremor of Bengal, created some excitement by a rfiniiitagratmo speech. He contended there was a virtual separation already as regarded Canada. On th; 16th *^*«***- ATr. C3twm nead * paper on fSjz, past and present The Duke of Manchester pre sided, who expressed tie hope tint Sew GulllEft WOUlfl shortly fce TW^^0*^ Anway the aptai.ua voe Hans. WriUgfieia, Jmtiiia, Fcrsoson, KniniT*?, BaaGbutoii. Young, the Bishop of Merboume, and Sir Arthur Gordon. Anthony Trollope leaves on March 5 for Melbourne, spending a forbngnt at Ceylon o- nmte. A Board of Trade inquiry has been held at Graveaend rdatrra to the burning of the Cos patzjek. Mr. Demnstown...
[?] Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
flocataBiptOD Win Court. MOsrnjLT.' _ . t . tdMXKV.— Cocaeuna CUrke, &-cb»d Gib- ; bias. «ai.OarJ«i HaD were -*ai£sa «tb ab«u-«. «. Friday, WtiBataut, the 'boSjE of , * buggy,' 4« properw «C J»bn Beattie, | Dawaw Bridge,— JoknCarey. aeaiar^wstaUe - of police, atrtiwoJ at the Damon, stated; flat be kaew tbe three pruuoen before the Omfaia—iHf aajdi Constable Bounes , and John Beattie arrested tbtm as Friday, tbe90iBata-4»t«BcDaanan;aaw them n abattiere; Boattieiia pnbScan and atore laener at the Dawaoa ; caBelt tbe men to «heir namea,aadaaid 'Uarke, Gfttos, ' and Hall, is this hut your property -,' they wi4 'Yes.' HetiuaaaU, ' fio yoo daim all the property in it-' taey nnbsd, 'We do.' . Beattie then MBtoi out what he called the 'body of theism' as hi» property. On being arrested OarkSSabetauiditin^bnanTanathon^it there was no ham in taking it and naing it for a bed; CflAias aaid the same, and Ball saia it wa. there before be eaase, and lie knew n»tbmg about it. Brought tor pr...
HOME AND FOREIGN. LONDON, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
TTOVK AVD FOREIGN. Iosdon, March 29. prices. 288,000 bales have been catalogued, SStaoiga buyen took 11,900 bales. The decline side opening of the sales wasfnUjr Teeovmd. and oriinarv qualities to rood Australian dips im sold at November rates. For superior pools pries ranged equal to those obtained in tie early portion of the Msy series. Half-bred wools also realised good prices, though tile hoine manufacturing bade ?was ^.miwT^+B ..Copper of aH kinds wasqniet at late amtaHaaaTotaa bats. £S0 per ton. Sailed : Northumberland, from Plymouth, for Melbourne. Mr. Join Matin, M.P. for Sfeatfa, as3 a prominent Home Buler is dead. - March 31. SL Dnfanre. the ftencn Minister of Jus tice, has issued a eirenlarwhieh n particularly directed against the recent propaganda of the Bonaparbst party, and m which he states Oat tbe definitive establishment of a EepobGc mint be respected by all parties. Exgush Mail, via. Gaixe. Adeuide, Snnaay, April 4. The P. and 0. Ca's msS etesmer Chins arrived off ...
STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. YOUR TO COWARNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
:§gn ? xsz. | STATION, GARDEN, & f fflJ. f VISIT TO OOWAEBJU Owssc to the favourable wealierUie country has been We»s«a with since the floods subsided the pasture in all directions nas wonderfully unarm*), and crass and water is everywhere Z«4«,t FjuWuBvisthisfiie case 'in the netfibourbood ml dttection of Cowarral, and everything promises a good winter far tie Si^fcr R^Jas senttoed aj- and a-wo ttnmgh tte country on that road. The grass is not bo loxnriant or sbnng seven or eight miles from town as it is about and beyon* Cowarral ; staj, on tte selections of Conn ami Gobel, on flie Sx-BiBe CreeV, there is no deficiency, and Sb csttie «vay«*ere appear to be in ejasellent cnaition. Both these settlers «m losers by the late floods, the dairy of the former being mnsfetely carried away, and a large eliee of ite«*u3. of flie latter. Bepaire are W madeinbotb instances as rapidly as possible, and in a few months' time there will be but litBe tn stow that Boca a, visitation had occu...
NOTES ON THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
j^Wii^m^^we^-i TaoUhmiBrmSmr^mmimnHt^ fa* aaaatfli at tbe nssess baa occmnsd in this yesr -* gnu. Aateteening«i»cala-yinata-:- — petal jfafe a oabmtmt hr amtktjm*. . OCrt«»oW«niManster.h,ve»owd- iirfa.JtD. £, tanetaee sDseRet flntaoBnoe. . Wants ' 4Afa ^'* thbis«J.liusartmrtai«»,aqiiiiliiiiia1sllas-iaili, SaaKBK Ooart flotasm to 'tttfle'tfelatf tisM^Zaa aiJ *!_? iisaas.1 4w«a-aaaUiaaBtM^asatBsa1' ^SaaaV Hwl. *aWW HH Cm IXsUafDOWBnBannBBaall taanKX ?sher nihray pojeda. Hfansten have con trived to enliven tbe tagaaatareaBt lllkni I nost^enooaly. Indeed, it is «at- WaBaStte iiast weak or tiro that the paUie bmtn * « ^ «?- -?? «« ? JkiAli - ? - ??nil*1'? %o ? vms. in ? ^^v'n tnawv of As '»aiy atan,' anil st astaav ahncat iaeEsoible tkat sane what, austn* ban paaad aiace Its^nate political eWte aeest atdd be Teplemabad at the aatanl taIkinK49ion. Minister!, while letting- «d -,-..r ? -. take cam of fladl, haw keen esbuneta. Bat tbe day of judgment is bow dose npon Hum, and it is mUspensl...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CONNOLLY.— On the 13th instant, at her residence, Kent-street, Rockhampton, the wife of . W. J. Connolly, of H. M Customs, of a daughter, still-born. MARRIAGE. CARR--BEARDMORE.— On the 13th instant, at St. Paul's Church, Rockhampton, by the Rev. R. Leigh, Ernest Henry, seventh son of the late Frederick Carr, Esq., County Inspector Royal Irish Constabulary of King's County, to Fanny Constance, only daughter of the late F. J. Beardmore, Esq., M. R. C. S. L., Nottingham-shire, England. DEATH CONNOLLY.—On the 13th instant, at her late residence, Kent-street, Rockhampton, the beloved wife of W. J. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Connolly. Aged 29 years. Requiescat in pace.
Torres Strait Settlement. A VISIT TO " THURSDAY" ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 17 April 1875
Torres Strait Settlement &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A VISIT TO ''THURSDAY'' ISLAND. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We are indebted to Commander Heath, R. N., for the following interesting report, by Mr. Ellis, Coast Pilot for the E. and A. mail steamers, on "Thursday" Island. This report is of special interest at the present time, since the proper site for our Torres Strait Station is now an object of animated discussion among those immediately inte- rested :— During my stay at Somerset, waiting for the arrival of the mail steamer Singapore, from Batavia, I was invited by Mr. Aplin, Resident Magistrate, whose guest I was, to accompany him on a visit to "Thursday" Island, one of the northern islands of Prince of Wales' group. I gladly availed myself of the kind invitation. Thursday, March 11.— At 9 a.m. we sailed for Somerset in the Government cutter, Lizzie Jardine, with fine clear weather and light winds from N.E. by N. We crept slowly towards Horn I...
THAT BOOK AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
THAT BOOK AGSHX. He was a man of middle age, mild mannfim, and benemlent aspect, and withal one of the most* enrinenfly amiable and unconscious of bores. In bis least disagreeable phase, one of bis visitations was enough to reconcile its victim to die minor annoyance of east winds aod smoky chimneys or toothache; but be was too tnooinSy aelf-saxafied to find that wt, without aid, and so for years he travelled from boose to bonse as nneonacioiisly obtrusive and unintentionally offensive as the measles or any other mild epidemic. He was a blandly imperturbable variety of 'the pestOenee that walketh at noonday,*' and a rode or ungracious welcome wouldn't disconcert him any more than it would a brass-mounted revenue assessor. This mollnsk started m life as a peddler of salre, and descended, by easy gnaatums, tbnyngh the uLuve dampet, viodow-catdi, waehmg-floid, m&Bteaal-pUteeas tint diversify tbe downward cmer of the most ituwnut vendon. jQtos6 pumuitB were doubtless eminentij a...
THE "CAPRICORNIAN." [?] —APRIL 24, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
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Central Floods Relief Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
Ceatod Fhuh Belief Committee. A sfeclu. meeting of the Central Floods Belief Committee, postponed from the I3th jnsaat, was held in the M'*'*''pa~i Chambers, Bofooyer-street^ on Tmiratla y looming, present: Mr. J. Macfarlane (Chairman), with Messrs. E. M. Hunter, Busaeott, Ferguson, Patsisou, Bassell (Treasurer), Gilnuan, Livermore, Jackson (Secretary}, and Bnttanshaw (P.M.J The Sbcbetabv read the H'11'1'1 of hut nr-^jig, at which a resalntion had been come to to reconsider a farmer resolution adopted by Oe Committee on March 18. That reso lution, proposing that the Government he re quested to allow the sum contributed by them to go to the funds of the Benevolent Society, having been read, a report from Mr. BaUanl wax, also read. In that report after acknowledging the receipt of remittance tor £5 4s. Id., Mr. Ball&kd referred to Beveral unimportant matters. With regard to the documents sent by the Committee for his report, be said ; The voucher of Manning for transport of a ...
Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 24 April 1875
Chamber of Commerce. Toy w«wi — niB^y nf |ijTng *4 tfo. Kftrkhsinp ton Chamber «&*,!??»? tV^T'* fa'n ChaSi^Boleover-street, on Wednesdaya&er- nooa. Present— Captain Hnnter (Ofcuau), and Mews. Mscfarlane.Misan, B-Pfpnes, Till m nil TTil ? MlHliili (S«*bSb te?&^rsrS%J|ti^^*rtp lriiij i iii ii i '4i%Mr ljl^^ httar from the BrisK ?jKber of Com merce, leonestingAhe^Piiiijn of tbe Chamber as to a piuui«*awfeonference of the different Cbunben of Common m the Australian ataunaiid Tasmania, with an ?amended copy of resolutions cnne to by the Brisbane Clum ber on Marti 3. [This cmnapondenoe «p appeared in our seme of the IS* instant.] The Secretary .nd-- copy of a letter ad dressed tn Mr.'Boj-eni, thanking him for the copy of Mr. Flew*1 official report on -he navi gation of the Hirer fitzroy. , . r, Tke Q..t»«.'* sail the first subject tint demanded their jitenBra n the cmnmtmic tum from* the Brisbane Cbamber of Commerce. The Sbcrexahy read patter flic rojnutasef, the ...