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Miscellaneous. MY DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

Ml' DREAM. A el^nder form, a giilish face. Dluc eyes and colden h»ur; Sweet lips. dear lips I and sunny 6miles, A vision ati'jt l fair I Oil. gei»tle ..yes! oh, cruel eyes! Why ""ill ye haunt ine »?»? Filled with the old Kweet tenderness, The love of long ago. A merry laugh, a pleasant voice, H#ee\ i-bimes, hUe silver be'.U; Old mu-ic tiuCorgoUeu still. Around :: e rings and swells. Oli. wooing voice I oh. cruel voice 1 Why will ye haunt me so? Speaking the old sweet tenderness, Tbe love of lung ago. An angel form, a h1ea«ed face. A picture, fading never 1 The Hiiguisb of & VAiii«hed hope, That clings to me fir ever. Oh. hleased dream! oli. cruel dream ! Why wiil yo lmunt me so? Sad with the old sweet tenderness, The liivc of long ago. University J(igazint. A man named Sione exclaimed in a tavern, *' I'll bet a sovereign I have the hardest name in the company/' "Done," said one of the company; what'* your name?" "Stone;" cried the first. .. Hand me tho money*' baid the other...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

Many complaints have reached thiB office oi' late respecting the non-delivery of our Journal in various country places, and Bfimctimes the papers are a fort night old when our subscribers get hold of them. Wc would inform our sub scribers and friends that every care is taken to post the papers on the day of publication, and, when once in the post-office, we cannot control their delivery. Those who do not receive it regularly will please communicate with us. The Rev. Joshua Jones arrived in Warwick on Saturday last, and assisted at the services at St. Mark's Church on Sunday last. Lust week a large carpet snalce was killed at Mr. Adler's iarm, on the ridge, measuring about ten feet long. The reptile was opened after it waB killed, when sixteen young snakes crept out "all alive, oh." This, we should imagine, ought to be proof positive that these reptile* are born alive, and not hatched from eggs,- as is the prevailing belief. In the stomach was also found a full grown opossum, apparen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

THE torahtci" itttlr Cintcs rs PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every MATIIBDIV MORVIKG, %a time for the Outgoing mads. The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS par quarter, in all cases in ulrtaee. Single copies, SIXPENCE. 6CALE OF CHARGES FOR ADTER. TISlNGi a. A. Two lines 1 0 Four do 2 0 Six do g 6 Eljjlii d.i. 8 0 Ever; additional nix lines or under Is. DlSl.'ClO'-T On IS consecutive insertions 20 per cent. £6 .. .. 33 " All Advertisement! must specify on their face (he number of limed they lire to be in serted; if sent in without this specification, each advertisement! will be Inaorted until countermanded, end charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 5 p m. on Fridays. Orders (or withdrawal or alteration must b« written. Jv'on-siibscribers' Advertisements must be paid for previous to Insertion. j Mariages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. perl Insertion. | AGKNT IN SVDNEY- ! Messrs Gordon and Gntcli, George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. O D. HARBISON, fltailon...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

THR NEW STAMP DUTIES. The fallowing rintie* arc payable tinder the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on llie l*t November tail:- £ s, d. j Drafts and Promibtory fCotee - For ev^ry £50 and u»«W. and every fmo'ional part of £60 above 0 10 Bilts of Exthangt.-(single) ditto* ditto 0 1 0 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in «eta of two *ir more), PACIi, It every £50 0 0 C Receiftt -For all kiiuih of 20s. and <!l>w<itvla, t'rfC't .. ..0 0 Cheguce or (?rrfcr*.-nitio, Ditto 0 0 /lank Aro!i?*.-For e*t?iy £100 of the avt'raee annnual circulation 3 0 o/ CoDvrytnct of property,^ For every £d'» ami Umlcr «. 0 7 Abovfi, and not exceeding £100 .. 0 15 Foi every (vaclioual part of £100 above .* 0 16 Agrecment$.-Ot the valua of £6 and upwards 0 2 Kott-Where letters ni e produced J in court to prove aifreonD-iit. it wili lie Buffioi. nt r." one «.f them ! to be stamped nitli a duly of 5a. j Bith 0f Lading,--or copy tliercof 0 1 0 I Pur every receipt "r ,terC(lt iron, oiasler mat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

BIRTH. On the 30th ult., at Glengallan, the wife of John Deuchar, Esq., of a son.

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GYMPIE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

GYMPIE DIGGINGS. The population on the diggings continues steadily to increase; so scattered is it, so located that it is impossible to calculate with any certainty the number, but the general opinion is that there are not fewer than five thousand people here-some say there are six thousand. Most wonderful are the transmogrfiention in the aspect of things which take place from one end to another. You walk one day over a solid   piece of earth you would think a most unlikely spot to find the golden deposit, and others think so, too; but tomorrow said piece of solidity is being delved into and burrowed, and next day the place swarm- ins with people. So it is for miles round. Sometimes these small rushhes turn out of   not much worth, but frequently they find good employment to scores of people. The general aspect of the town undergoes as great and rapid changes as the surface of the field. Everyday witnesses new stores or pubs, some of them of a good substani...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 January 1868

Examiner and Times. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. I868. The passing chimes for 1867 announce that another year is added to the cycle of time's revolving course, and a new one dawned upon us. What lessons to be learned by a retrospection of the past! -what anticipations in the probabilities or the future! Few years have lapsed more fraught with matters of national interest than the past, and few were ever ushered in more pregnant of hope and prosperity for the future than 1868. The commencement of the preceding year found the American State# ^bor ing under the disadvantage of an enor mous debt contracted in the great international straggle which has re sulted in effacing from the Stars and Stripes the blot of slaveiy which too long disgraced the flag of a brnve and enterprising people. We find from 1 recent American statistics that their fiational debt, by the energy and fore sight of the Congress, is now rendered j comparatively light. j Few months have elapsed since i Europe was startled an...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The (allowing duties are payable under the itew Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last:- £ e. d. Drafti and Prcmieeory Ifolti. For every £50 and under, and every fractions I part of £60 akf ra 0 10 BilU of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto .. .. .. .... 0 1 0 Ditto Foreign {if drawn in sets of two or more), each, for every £50 Q06 Receipti.-For ail sums of 20a. and upwards, each 0 0 1 Chequet or Ordert.-Ditto, Ditto 0 O 1 Bank MoltFor every £100 of the average annauil circulation 3 0 0 Dtcdi of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and under .... 0 7 8 Above, and not exceeding £100 .. 0 IS 0 For every fractional part of £100 above _ 0 15 0 Agreements.-0[ the value of £6 and upwards .. ,.026 Note.-Where loiters are produced in ceurt to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of tlieui to be stamped with a duty of 6s. Biilt of Lading,-or copy thereof O 1 0 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent .,'006 Leaset, or ...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba, od Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8 p.m. Maryland and the Northern Districts of Mew South Wales on Mondays, at 7 30 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 8'30 p.m. Talgai Bee£ I/eybnrn, western Creek and GoonolwiniU, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.B. Letters iro, for Glenejg, Warroo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Erasers Creek, are for warded by this mail. MAILS iBEiva mou Brisbane, Ipswich, AUoia, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thurs day!, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Beef, Leybam, and Western. Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are cent to the General PoBt-offioe to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters rc-poitcd bearing stamps which' hare been obliterated or debused. Letters are registered between the...

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THE NEW LAND BILL. A BILL TO CONSOLIDATE & AMEND THE LAWS RELATING TO THE ALIENATION OF THE CROWN LANDS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

TIIE NEW LAND. BILL. A BILL TO CONSOLIDATE A AMEND THE LAWS RELATING TO THE ALIENATION OF THE CROWN LANDS. (Continued from cur last.) 75. Selections by homestead lessees shall be in ODO tluck and not exceed eighty acres of agricultural or one hundred and sixty acres of Grat or ucond-class pastoral lauds. 76, The poison applying for a homestead shall upon application to the land agent in the district in which he is About to gnalte such entry mitke affidavits before the said land ageut that he is the head of a family or is twenty-one or more years of age and that audi application is made for bis exclusive use and benefit and that said entry is uiado fur the purpose of actual settlement or cultivation and not cither directly or indirectly for the use or benefit of any other person or persons whom soever and upon filing the said affidavit and oa payment of the surrey fees he shall there upon be permitted to enter tlie quantity of land specified Provided however that no grant shall fee g...

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MORE CONVICTS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

MORE CONVICT8 FOR ; AUSTRALIA. 1'he hired convict ship Hougoumont proceeded down channel on October let, on her voyage to Freeman tie, Western Australia, after receiving on board 150 convicts from the establish ments at Obatham and Milbank. Among the convicts shipped were a party of fifteen Fenians, who were en gage! in the late conspiracy in Ireland, together with the officers and crew convicted of scuttling the ship Severn, and some others wno have achieved notoriety from their crimes. The Fenian convicts, like the remainder of the prisoners, were chained together in gangs, but it was observed that they were kept apart from the other convicts in a portion of the vessel by themselves. On Tuesday. October 8,, the Hougomont arrived in Portland xoads. Shortly before mid-day ninety convicts were marched down to the Government pier at Portland, under a strong escort of the 12th Light In fantry. The party included twenty three Fenian convicts, among whom it was said was Moriarty. The con...

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AUSTRALIAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

AUSTRALIAN WOOL. The late wool sales to which refe rence has been previously mode, have not proved satisfactory. Speculators and growers were not prepared for a reduction of Id. l£d. The quantity disposed of from ihe colonies amounted to 143,024 bales, as against 139,588 in the corresponding period of 18(iG. The price has given way under the pressure of supply, but the manufac turers are in fair work and likely to be more fully employed, if only the American demand springs up as ex pected. It must be supposed, unless their demand increases as rapidly as our supply, which is very unlikely, that the price must recede. Accord ing to most accounts, observes the "Shipping and Mercantile Gazette," the next clip in Australia, New Zea land, and at the Gape will exceed the present by about 80,000 bales. The effect of such an addition must be very great. However, it is well to look the eventuality in the face, and not to build hope upon a foundation that will in evitably give way. The same jo...

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BOWEN. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

BOWEN. Jnnuat v 6. The Yimpfi and EsgW, aVcamers, arrived here on Saturday. Tho true month 1 f tho Roper had been dis covered in intitule 14 deg 45 mio. South. There wa* fifteen fret of water on the bar. CaptAin Cidiill attended (be river to the Lor-fiimrdt ltange. Ko further traces of tho white qien Been gome time rro have been di^covcri'd. Several rivcra have been found flowing into the Gulf, and also a fine land-locked harbor fifty nqnme miles in area. The en trance tn the harbor lies in 12 deg, 23 mln, Smith latitude, and 136 deg Go min. lCast longitude. The natives of NVessel Island brougl'toT portions of a wrockfroui Cunning ham'* Ist«»d» Tho bo'sei belonging to Captain CAdcIl'a expedition were pot nRtmre at the Liverpool. On rlio :)Ut of October Captain Cadell visi ted the plac« of the settlement at Adam Ray, nnd found evervtbing left there well eared fnr by the chief Mira nnd the nntives, and in the fiauio ordrr aa when the place was vacated. The natives had allowed the frui...

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THE HORSES OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

THE HORSES OF AUSTRALIA. "V. S.," a correspondent or the uQueenslonder," says:- Might not those who awn goad horses, and ere aware Ah at they own such horses, do something better than first run them down with hard work, and then let them die before their bones have come to maturity? I suppose it all results from the rate at which a fresh horse can be bought. But with the hope that theselines may fall into the hands some who honorstheir horses as be jrondpriee.I will offer a few sugges tions winch may be of use, Whetv a horse after a long and ex hausUng'day's work refuses to bit& at his corn or straw, or whatever U clean and wholesome-and it is not fur to oSbr & gooti horse anything less-but lips Iris feed* daintily picking up a few grains ajiddropping them again, some thing hotter tan be done than merely tornitighira out " until he comes to. Start, niter fhe beat is off him, try the effect of a bucket of clean water; then take asponge or cloth, wet it and rub hismcit...

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SYDNEY. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

SYDNEY. Januarv 6. A collision occurred on (lie railway At fcew Town, this morning. A Mr. Falconer. a pas aenger, wan killed, find twenty four n'her per* sotjfl iniured - sniog of them bndlv. The englne-diiver has beeu arrested pen&lng bu inquiry. M>. Pftrkcs has hcen re-elected President of the Council of Education. January 7. The Karl of Bclmoro and suite arrived this morning, lie will land officially (o-morro«\ and after the adinimsteration of the oatht will hold a levee. Sir George powen and familv arrived yes terday night, and leaves for ftew Zealand lieict week. The landing of the Prince in anuonitced, in the Oatittt to take place on the 22nd. The inqueflt into the accident ou the rail way is *tfll unfinished. Kir. J&tnea Uobettaon, of the Hunter liircr district, an old and respected colonist, and futhorof the IIo>i. John Itobortaon, \* dead. Flour oanier. Maize firm; Melbourne quo tation*, K3d.

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Poetry. BABY PRAYING. (From the Quiver.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

JJotlrfi. BAIiY PRAYING. (From the Quiver.) Kneeling lowly, enying slowly Shoitand simple infant's [inner, In wordti broken, and ftc.ucc spuLcli, Angels hendiug closely there , And our God. enthroned in spleudour, King or kings and lord of lords, Hearing 'mid the mighty thunder, Hvery one of baby's words; Thunder of tlio nations' malting As (bey pour their iuud acclaim, Thundtr of the Heaven's Blinking Where the lightnings bmst to flame. " leather, mother, sister, brother, And good Margery, my uurst," These she piava for, daily prays for, Then repeats her pretty Terse All about the tiuy sparrows. And the lillies while and tall, \juid ill, heaven the long bright star rows. And the God that made them all; Then, and names of oldeu story, Joseph, Moses. Samuel, And Himself, the Lord of glory, Who became a cliild at well. Guileless baby I ah, it may be, She can better pray than we; Touching nearly, aeeing clearly, What to qb is mystery. She has learnt her little lesson Knows it i docs th...

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MELBOURNE. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

MELBOURNE. January 0. The Galafca cK'-ircd (he 1 Toads on Saturday evening. Slio w;s c«cortcd outside by the Government steamera. » January 7. His Exocliency the Governor lias received ft letter from the SocrefAry of Sfato, approv. injj t f His K*cellency*a conduct during the late c i«ii, and advising him to maintain the same impartial Hue of action between parties. Mr, Higgitibolhaui addre*acd a monster mcetinor yesternight. Uosolntions in support of the Min)*tty were carried. Aflhton, Sl^raan, and Holison. defauttiQg bnok-irtakerfi, have been expelled the Albion Racing Club. A despatch has been received from tho Im perial (?ovi.mment, declining to interfere with the Darling grant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

PHOTOGIiAPHY. ?» 3R<Q><E©JBJ3JKA», BUGS to inform the public of Warwick I h»t he. Ib prepared to take correct PHOTOGRAPHS, and also to insert Like nesses in LockeU and Broaches, lit very MODERATE CHARGES. ] Hi* Gallery will be open on TUESDAYS j and FRIDAYS, from Ten till Fire. 408 WARWICK HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING. VTotice is hereby given that the IN A.NTJOAL GENERAL MEETING of the Governors of the above Institution will be held in the Town Hall, on THURSDAY, January 16th, 1668, at 6 o clock, p.m.. for the i purpose of hearing the Oommittoe, Medical, i and Treasurer's Reports read; for the Election , of Prenidunt, Treasurer, Secretary, and Com mittee for the current year. Nominations of new Candidates for office will have to be nent to (be Secretary, in writing, i on or before the day prior to the Meeting. No person will be allowed to rote who has not paid a subscription of £1 for the present /car. Bf order, JOHN L. ROSS. 452 Secretary. WANTED HH1KP, TENDERS...

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ADELAIDE. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

ADELAIDE. Jnnutry 7. i he markets Are quiet. Sales of old wheat have been made at seven nhiNitigR per bushel, and of new wheat at from five to six eliill ings»

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