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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. (Before M. D. Sinclair, Esq., P.M.) APRIL 2, 1867. ADJOURNED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. (Before M. D. Sinclair, Esq., P.M.) Ap/iil 2,1867. ADJODKNED CABES. Lester v, Leinhan.-No appearance on either side. F. J. C. Wildasb v. John Thornton,-£6 biro of fioreo and dray. Verdict for plaintiff. John Kenton v. Charles Clark and Co. Mr. Conquest for plaintiff, Mr. Fuller for defendant. An action to recover £14 for rent of pro. misea due to plaintiff's son a minor. Plaintiff > became insolvent being indebted at the time to Clark and Co. in the sum of £28. The right of plaintiff to sue in Jiis own name was disputed. Bis Worship remarked that thia was a court of equity as well aa juBtirc. Wculd grant a nonsuit, to enable plaintiff to bring a fresh action if he thought proper, CNDEFRNDED CASES. Craig and Ferguson v. William Dugpan. -For work and labour £116s. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. Bobeit Craig T. George Furnace.-Horse fee £3 3a. Verdict for plaintiff. Jsambert v. P. G'oouey.-Gomls sold £1 14s. Gd. Verdict for plaintiff, with c«Bl«. Rober...

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Ladies; Column. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

TUB FasMOOT.-A. tew attempts }iavi been made to Introduce some vtry.ngiyifobns for bonnets, bat those at prtoent in sroM^-tha^ Catalans tied Lsmbal)e-are pa Vet£$icbra- w ins Had elegant tfaat we sineerelywiiit'they will hot be regUeei. Orlnftllas, la splivbt etl the abcae and protaoitipttUn MHmkl.lt, 4* Mill wortt, and likelyto be so. xbe Jbao l« very ranch *) tcred.'but the skirt tnv'ittt&ty bu * few sUeUTbht-only around llie bottom. !For out-door WiM} with the abort iresses, m small roundcrinoline Jsworn. Moladyererattempts tp appear in eajjort dregs Mtboirt obfc." With .< Indoor or evening dress the crinoline fa long bthind, and made .with a train. Mnen collars end cuff«, with m»e{Meiu mf-laoe, *re much worif; very Su« tatntig is aftn tntteh'fo/eVoar fortius pnipose. lfce bats want pMrtttmotly the samt u thou introduced last *noWK MM are ornamented to the wme mBoner, (1)* tna> I terialsj>eibggenerally*elve£ fwt,'Wr bAver. There is «n angless vai-lety*>...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

fotal Jnlclligencc. A proclamation has Leon issued coareuiug Parliament on Ilic 7th of May, to assemble " for the despatch of busmesH." The Courier states that His Excellency tlio Governor and Lady Dowcu nro expected to return to Brisbane on tlie IOtli inst. Our worthy recently appointed sergeant in charge of tliu police station lierc-Sergeant Wra. Kraucis-has, no understand, sustained a severe bereavement in tlio lo^s of bis only child of approaching three years of age. It died after only six days illness, from croup, having been always a fine healthy child. Its burial took place no Thursday. It is not an uncommon though a End occurrence, tlio loss of a promising child, and death soon or late is tlio common lot. But this case was re deemed from tlio common Ijy ati almost extra ordinary, as we understand, perfect develop ment of form, and especially of head, which might have served for a model and a study for ethnologists who might desire a perfect typo of the Caucasian brain. Recen...

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CORPORATION FOLLIES. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

CORPORATION FOLLIES. (To the Editor of the Examiner and TVmct.) SIR,-Now that the Vice-Begal visit has been paid to our town and the inhabitants have again returned to their senses, it may bo too late to complain of the expense incurred by the Cor poration in preparing for the same, but still I would raise ray puny voice against such extravagance for the f uture and such disgraceful displays as that which took place at the Criterion Hotel on Thursday night last. The neigh bourhood was disturbed during the whole night by the unwonted noise which did .not cease till neatly eight o'clock or the following morning, when the last of the revellers had to be conveyed home in a friendly butcher's carl! I believe the expense of this so called " ball" is to be defrayed by the j Corporation, and I for one beg to enter a protest against the money of the ratepayers being used for the purpose ? of encouraging a number of black guards in rioting and drunkenness when >t might be so much better em...

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OUR PASTING RICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

OUB PASTING KICK. Get out, 013 Year, get out I get out I And don't keep lingering here about, We don't cure whether yon've gpt the goat,. Or what's the matter, bat Jmt get out! Yoa (topid, sorrowful, sad old.yiar,' Tou maundering, mischieroa*. mad old year, O law, we're heartily glad, old year, To enjoy the kicking yon ontl Tour life'* a chapter W giick tni woet, Ton were alwaya treading on people'atoea, Till you aet great nationa at brutal btow«,* And gare their buret to the kite* and crow*. You aavage, slaughterous aad old year, You mocking, mnrderoui, mad old year, O law we're heartily glad, old year. To enjoy the kicking yoa ont You prolonged the plague that destroyed the ox YOB daihsd oar itbifK CB the grinding rocka. You aimed at credit inch «rnel knock*, ? That on came Panic with rnbtpw ehocka. Yon apiteful, shbderOBt, a^d old year, You mumping, mleerly, mad old year,. O law, we're heartily glad, old year, To enjoy the kicking you ppt. You itirred . quarrel bf ehtt andslae*, ...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

LATI ST COLONIAL NEWS. Application also lo be nia'io to the Home Government t » give authority lo 11 bill legalising arrests fur minor cfleiices tbrou^li oul these colonics. The monthly statement of Hie note issue branch of the Treasury lias been published, and the leading journal has begun to per ceive the buncGl of the Treasury notes to tho colony, l'ljc circulation of the notes is now double what was expected. Tropical raina and floods are reported u' Cleveland Bay. The Q. S. N. Company ia to be wound up, it is said, and auolhcr started having its bead-quarters in Sydney, The American market is closed to Aus" tralian wool. Wools that formerly paid M l-j 3d. per lb. duly, will in future bo charged 5d. per lb , aud 10 per ceut, ad valorem. South Australian wine is realising in tlio homo niftrkot from 5 lo 10 per cent, over tho prices of foreign wines of u^ual quality. 75,000 tons of wheat yet remain in South Australia over and above the large exports of the year. Port Denison newsp...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

tafspoabtiwc. A)l ccmmualcfitlonifcrtbs E&ltor tnn.»t lie plainly wrfu°ii on one eld* of ihe ehcel of |t&por only. Tbey most bo ftntbcutlcated by the nemc and addreN of the writer m» guaraute of good faith. Ftuta are chiefly eoagbt, *flQ It must to understood that the inferences or nt« .onibgi will be « the discretion of die Editor.

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"Punch" and "Fun." ANOTHER PARCEL OF PROVERRS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

ANOTHER PARCEL OF PBOVEBBS. If the op fits, wear it-oak Si* of one, and half-a-dozen of the other make eurtly twelve. None ao deaf as those who won't hear heart heart . Faint heart never wen fail- lady -nor dark one cither. Civility costs nothing-nay. Is something to your credit The best of friends must part-their part. Aiiy port in a storm-but old port preferred. One good turn deserves another-in wait* iug. Youth at the prow «nd Pleasure »tr helm-rery sea aick.

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The uBual Fortnightly meeting of the j Council, was held on Thursday after noon. Present-The Mayor, Alder men Drown, Affleck, Bugden, and F. Morgan. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. FINANCE COMMITTEE. The 79th report of this committee was read, which stated that the follow ing accounts had been examined, and the committee recommended the same to be paid:-N. Thornton, £5 13s.; Town Clerk's salary, £4 lis. 8d.; James Allan, £7 10s 3d. On the motion of the MAYOR, se conded by Alderman BHOWN, the re port web adoptpd. , PALllE UN-STREET. Alderman BtQDEN asked the Mayor if anything had been done respecting the gravelling of Palmerin street. At present it was in a very bad state, and if something were not done soon, it would be dangerous to passengers rid ing along the street. ! The MATOE said a report was [ brought up by the improvement com mittee a snort time ago, but was sent | back (LB being informal, and there was no report on th...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

ARRIVAL A1KD DEPtRTUBIi OF HAILS. ARRIVALS. Wtom lf*ryl*nd, c?trf Taeaday, at 1 p.m., and CTiry Batudiy, at 6 p.m. u Brisbane and Ijiswleh, f(a Drayton, by Ct»W>'a couches, etPTf Tueaday, Tbor*a*/» an^ daja, at 3 p.m. " Leylmrn, pto Talgal Diggings, fiery Wcdnuday at noon. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday* at 8 a.m., and every Tlmriday, at 4 p.m.f Briihtoe and IpnriaU; trfa Drayton, every JiomJay, Wednesday, and Friday, by Cotl's coaclics, at .u Warwick to Loyfeurn, every Tfcaieday, at i a^n.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

COKKBRCIAi. Retail trade in Ipswich dull-whole /?aale ditto iteady. There) has been some animation in "jstock" transactions in Rockhamptou - lately; - No alteration to report of any im portance in Brisbane quotations. TooWooMBA.-Rpbiuson and Grimes : , report business brisk daring the month, and the large stocks of merchandise, groceries, wines, spirits, &c., have sold readily at invoiced rates, * ID land there haa not baeu much doing, . although .aereral valuable properties bare stibttiHted flaring the month bat hare not realiaed the prices placed upon them. , Wis |ltre disposed of lot 3, section C in the Paddiogton Batata with small cottage for £20 rim one corner allotment, with two roomed cottage, Id Herriea and IWtt-atreets, for £80; 10t ?, idjelnlog 'l&lpiltor lot, £29 5 also, under mortgage, the (tore and premises ioj Ruthren-etreet lately occupied by Mr. -rK&b, to £61416* $df«V6 tbe houso and 8remises in Jaraoa-stJeet lately occupied by ir.'Joiw Patora...

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GARDENING. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

fiAKOENINCI. APfilU G»r.DKH.-Attend to those vegetables which were town last month; betas Riid peas should be kept otoan; cabbage! and cauliflowers «Ilea fit to handle, should be transplanted turnipB and carrots should be thinned. Sow some of the more (tillable vegetables and sal ads for succession { bat the cottage Hardener will find little satisfaction frnin cauliflowers, savoys, and'Brussels sproutt, if sown late tliis month-lita principal dependence (or greens, should b« on the cabbage. Bananas during this and the nest niontb oi two sjo apt to break down; heavy buoches should be propped. In the flower garden all alterations or addi tioui aboald his aade, evergreen shrubs, roses, 4so,, beat moving well now. This la also a good time to transplant bulbs. Make a Howing of bard; tunnels for epilog deooration. Fwu>.-Prepare land for eaten bay crops and j»lr a pitch for cutting green. Land in tended tor laoeroe should be cleaned, drained, and deeply cultivated. The rapidity with win...

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NORTHERN NOTES. (From our ows correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

NOEMERN &OTg& . - (*!#» Mr ft THE Assizes &ra over, and* tfadgfe-. lawyers, and alt thdr h^jjefc^ft^ot omitting the *? pri*oiier«-«^G^ji»^ky for Maryborough. temporarily ~ fetagn&ted 'fey'Vi*^lU Honor's" presence, the onerous 4utie» of juryman absorbing the attention of our chief business men. IZM ^ooat interesting cases were tbpwajrisinjr out of the recent disturbances at the dig gingki One in which a baker wafr brutally stabbed on hit. own premises,' and another in which^riaja aoigcera were charged with riotous behav»ur towards the Chinese. Thevetdifcts in both instances have rivenpubli<!,«atis faction. /She bloodthirsty individual who almost diBembowelled Uie baker has received a term of «itt4:pr^itud& with hard ,labour l& Sriifot&e gaol i~ two of the offenders in >*hB;: OjShese riot werejjbcharged, bity; fheojhera who wererJiaily proved to have taito an active part_ in burning and itealiiig property, and m&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

BRAND CLEARING SALE!!! DAVIS, HARRIS, ani COMPY., BEG to inform the inhabitants of Warwick and the surrounding District that in order to make room for their WINTER STOCK, they have determined on holding for TS8M BAYS ONLY VROH THIS DJITK, A GRAND CLEARING SALE, For which purpose and to effect a speedy Clearance, they will offer (he, whole of their Large and Well-assorted Stock, at JUktefr J rites. Our Customers are reminded that our business motto is Nut for Cash only!! And we shall continue to offer to intending Buyers the same j LIBERAL TERMS FOR WHICH OUR ESTABLISHMENT IS SO F<Ul FAMRD. 1?® A % & ©MM BMMBMHS TO BE HAD DURING TI1E GMD CLEARING SALE At the Stores of the undersigned DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO. THE GRAND cilmim mil WILL COMMENCE ' THIS SDAT, At the Stores of the undersigned DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO. j * THE GRAND CMMITO SiULlE At the Stores of the undersigned will last for 9-80 DOS 1)02,1. DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO THE EXTENSIVE AND MMTBOTOTO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

THE fotttrttcr aitlr ®iincs 1® PUBLISHED IS WARWICK ?» VflVIMDAVflOBWISiS. one for the Untfolof nails. Er« In Wia Mount ot Subscription ii FIVE B." iLLlttOB par quarter. In a]! cases in adranoe. Biegle copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF dHABOSS FOB ADVBR. TIB1NG T»o lines .. J' <j Fonr do. a 0 , i* *o. 2 6 , . Bight4j. 8 o ®»Wy additional «!z lines or under Is. . VlKoVhr OalS oootMUtlra insertions 20 per cent. , *. h S3 " . - AH Advertisements must Specify on their number of times they are to be in .eToi u *entln ipitbout this specification, toen Urertinmenta will be Inaerted until tountamanded, and charged for accordingly. ? Aw Aarartiiexnents must be cent iu not later than 5 p,m, on Thursdays. Oriertloi "withdrawal or alteration must be watted. ann-iabacribera' advertisements must be P*Idfor previous to Insertion. Mattfagva, dftba, and Deaths, Sj, per , .jAQpfSTS IN BEI8BANE Mr.a.-Ji/HtMtsoff, Stationer * News Agent, i . j Attn Balldiogi. I Mr.i.Vfajot, South Brisbane, Departme...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867

I.ijisrrll.iiifous. A curious society (or tlie stu-'y of ballads ami circulation of books exists in Sunderland," (he 'Athenaeum' says: " II consists of six workmen, one a cork-cutter, ivitli a family of six, earn ing :<0s. a week; two woodcarvers for shipwork, a rough kind of carving; one a watchmaker; one engine-fitter, . who, having lost a finger, paints photo graphs ; and mother woodcarver, who has aiso turned photographic painter, i These men buy all the old books of ! ballads and cheap books that with their j email means, they can get hold ot, and make a point of reading them all. They buy or borrow Carlyle's and lluskin's cheap books, have Sir Walter Scott's edition of Sir Tristram, J. Wilson, Hogg, Byron, and the Cum berland Poets and Selections, Sx. We believe that like little knots of working . men exist in most of our northern towns and villages. The south is some way behind, we fear." i\l. Itenan lias in the press a new edition of the " Life of Jesus," in which...

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SECRET HISTORY OF A STRIKE. HOW SOCIALISTS ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867

SECRET HISTORY OF A STRIKE. HOW SOCIALISTS ARE BOUGHT AND SOJ.D. The " Standard " remarks : The sccret history of a strike is rarely with in the public reach, because the leaders of these movements are careful, above :ill else, to conceal their characteristic incidents. It may be profitable, how ever, as an universal strike is recom mended by those who flourish upon the discontent and misery of their brethren, lo examine the arcana, so long kept in mystery, of a tremendous trade agitation, which lasted for eleven months in this country. We shal) not, for obvious reasons, indicate dates, or mention names, it being sufficient to say that the struggle was very recent, and has been renewed this winter. It has been in course of organisation for six years; it had bgen fed by contri butions from three kingdoms, the United States, Canada, Australia, and Tasmania; it had been prepared by lectures, letters in newspapers, and the extensive circulation of a prize essay. A time was chosen, ail o...

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NON-EFFECT OF TREES TO CAUSE RAIN. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867

NON-EFFECT OF TREES TO CAUSE RAIN. (Ftem the Avilraltiian.) 8if»*»-In soflie of your bick numbers 2 observed sope remarks by Dr. Muel ler touching various causes which tend to produce rain, and he is not alone in. the theory that vegetation has a very decided influence ui causing it. For my part,1iowever, I think that if vege tation has any effect at all it is in a iiVeiy small degree, at least in the Australian colonies, and these are my reasons for thinking so. In Victoria, , for instance, I have almost invariably \fbund the driest tracts or country are Ithft tnoBt thickly timbered. Thus the f rainfall in the Mallee districts is not more than half that of the country about Fiery Creek, which consists for the most part of endless plains, while, ©n'the other hand, the Mallee is no think but a dense mass of green foliage. _ There are other districts in Victoria 'and South Australia which I could in stance ; but never mind, pass we on to , Queensland, the colony of whose climate I hav...

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A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867

A FRAGMENT. (alt at a window smoking, Bigh. ever a "eelhing street. Where the tall black houses echo The full of n thousand feet. And the crowd. like A sightless giant, Beneath tne staggers and reels, To tfan hum or a tliousnnd voices. And the crash of a thousand wheels. And a thousand cajfcr faccu. Alike of the young and old. Hurrying hither ami thither. In the frenzied fight lor gold. And over thus world are atoms As eager and fierce as these. Climbing over each other, Like mites in a mouldy cheese. And orer the vrorld (iiero echoes The self<ame feverish cry " t<ct <ne but gather . lieap Of guineas before I die I" Stwog#-for no gold Cflii purchase A moment of life or health; But thopocr nan dies in his poverty, And We rich man dios in bis wealth ; And tbe workhonie bttries (tie jinor. While the bone* of tlie noble and rich Are swaddled in atlk* and velvets. Like butterflies drown'd in a ditch. YetetSH tbey pick up annoy At the price of honor ana bl...

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THE FAMINE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867

THE FAMIJJE IN INDIA. Wilh reference to the famine in Orissa the "Friend of India" says: Mr. T. Ravenshaw, commissioner of Orissa, has Bent to the Bengal govern ment a report of the famine in that province. Never has so heartrending a picture been drawn. An official, whose bias, if it exists, must lead him to tone down the horrible facts, esti mates the loss of life from want ol food and its consequences at from 500,000 to 600,000, and in some places at three-fourths of the whole population. This is amonjr the four and a half millions of Orissa alone, where the official reports show the deaths to be still going on at the rate of 150 per day. The mortality was not less severe proportionally in the adjoining district of Midnaporc, with its popmation of more than half a million. In Genjam, with nearly a million of people, the calamity was comparatively light; but famine, dis ease, and debility swept away thou sands. The same is true of Chota Nagpore. We have a reliable record of tbc de...

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