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DEPARTURE OF SIR GEORGE F. BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

DEPARTURE OF SIR GEORGE F. BOWEN. Bit Excellency 8ir George Ferguson Bowen, lute Governor or the colour, look his depar ture from Brisbane on Saturday last. During the da? the noticeable buttle which p'evade* the cily nbowcd that, to mil* cititena, th<? event wa* by no-mean* devoid of interest. Tho pas aaire fri and fro of well-appointed and showy carriages served to remind the public that His Excellency and Lady Bowen nr<*re taking their fiml farewell of the colonials* and. to wardflthe hour«f 2 o'clock the hurrying of the Volunteer* to their reodetvooa was a proof that our citUoo-sotdiers did nnt intend to allow ono of their moat prominent «nd valued friend* to depart fi$ta these Kboret without rendering to him a public tokep of their re aped. The Volunteer force wan under arms in the Treasury yard at about 3 o'clock ? the Artillery and b ah companion of Rifles tnun tcred strongly. At the liotanic Garden* nn ornnmuntal arch composed «>f btunube*. flag*, an...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JASUARY 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

feniincr mii Cimes. SATURDAY, JASUARY U. IBGB. If (iclions could be received as (acts, or assertions as proofs, doubtless the jejune productions of the "Argus" of ihe 1st instant, relative to alleged mal practices on the part of some residents - of this district in purchasing land, would have some weight: but, unhappily, the views he advocates, only prove that its' originator's malevolence is in cxccss of his judgment, and his want «( troth in excess of both. That Mr. DOUGLAS'S inquiries have ended in a " botllo of smoke" is as apparent to the dispassionate reader as is the morbid revengefulnessof a hireling press, who, having to support wrong measures, act upon the well-known forensic maxim adopted by lawyers who have a bad cause to defend-viz., to traduce and vilify the character of the plaintiff. Although deprecating any evasion of law, upon the principle of holding intact the supremacy of the Acts authorised by the representative of our Sovereign, it is questionable whether the ...

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

THE (fctimict" anlr ffirncs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every KUTUBDAr MORNING, (a one for the Outgoing The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in iflrucci £ingle copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING I. d. Two lines * ® Four do 2 0 SI* do. J ® Eight do .. 8 0 Every additional six line* or under la. D««COWT On IS consecutive insertions SO per cent. 26 .. 38 " All Advertisements must specify on tlielr face the number of time* they are to be in serted; if sent in without this specification, such advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements trust be sent in not later than 5 p.m. on Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration mast be written. ... . . t Kon-sabicribers advertisements most be Mid for previous to Insertion. Marriages. Births, and Deaths, Si. per insertion, AGENT IN SYDNEY Messrs, Gordon and Qotclj, George-street AGENTS IN BEIBBANE Mr. G. D. HARBISON. Stationer & Nona A...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

UTHST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ilOGKHAMPTON. J/muarv 6. Alexander l'Vaser. puMicnn, living on the Broivlsoiind Rood, lias nudiletily died at Con nor's Uiver. under what are regarded as BUS* pici'»u* ciremjiKtanceH. The liuat i* ojipie-fiivo, end several cases of eunbtioko Ufls'e occurred.

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RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

RE-ASSEMBLING OP PARLIA MENT. Parliament re-assembltd on Tjiescliiy la*t. In the Legislative Council, the H»n D P. Roberts was appointed Acting President riurini? tbe time of the administration of the G»vevm»©ot t>V the Hon. M. C. 0*Conn«ll; and the lion w Wood was appointed Chair m«lo <«f Committee* of the Whole House duii'tg ihe time that the Hon. U. F. finhcrts will act as President, The Sending Orders, suspended .>» the 18th of December, were te aumed. L *nve «»f absence for six month* was granted to tbf Hon* £, 1^). Urtwtie. A mo tion was carried for a return of the various runs or stations belonging to the wembeisof both Houses of Parliament* or any station In which they may have an- interest, dlfl» tingttUhing tho«e in the proposed settled and unsettled districts The Contagions Diseases Bill was read a second time without npposi* tinn, after which the Mouse adjourned unitl nest Tuesday^ In the Legislative Council theie was no quorum* And the Bouse was consequ...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS coimx. [Before the Policc Magistrate, D. Gunn, Esq., J.P., and C. Clark, Esq., J.P.] Several ol the cases set down for hearing to-day were settled out of Court. Morgan v. Kries.-£1 2b. Id. for meat supplied. M r. Conquest appeared for the plaintiff. Vcrdict for plaintiff with costs. Same v. Stidolpb. - 18s. 3d.- for meat supplied. Mr. Conquest for the plaintiff and Mr. Fuller for defendant. Mr. Fuller applied tor an adjournment on the ground of deleudant's absence from town. The case was accordingly postponed until the February sittings, costs to abide the issue. [On application of Mf. Conquest, who had been retained in some cases settled iust previous to the sitting of the Court, the Bench made a Utile of Court that in future, unless a case is settled at least two clear days previous to its being called on, the defendant in such case will be required to pay the plaintiff's attorney's fees.] M'Sweeney v. Huband.-£7 14s. 4d. for gopds sold and delivered. Mr. Oxenh...

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THE OPENING OF GRAFTON-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

THE OPENING OF GRAFTON 8TREET. It will be remembered that tlie cor poration have on two or three occasions endeavoured to get the sanction ol Government to open up Gralion-street to the Oondamine, so that the inhabi tants in that neighborhood might have easy access to water. There is no doubt this is one of the most necessary imprjvenieiiis Mquired, and us it will incur very little expense, we can not s$e why it should be denied It ie strange that although this is re fused, the street is marked on the official maps as extending down to the river's bank. The fgJJowing are copies of letters which have passed between the cor poration and the Government on this subjpet: Municipal Council Chamber*. Warwick, 24Hi Oct.. 1866. The Surveyor-General, Brialiane. 8l£,--In accordance with a resolution pegged by the Municipal Council «»n the ISiti fn*t., f ? domyaelf the honor to roque*t tlmt you will I be Rood tfuougb 10 tike tins uece^^ary ntcpi to ; hire Grafton-iti*et to the Comhimluc opened....

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

(Corrcspouttcnre. (To thi Editor of .the Examiner and Tima.) Sib,-It is my fortune or rather mirfor. tune to be the owner or two bories and a few head of cattle, which I have been ficcu ? turned to ruo oo the wasto lauds u{ Wmwick, J and by the aid of which I have hitherto eked ' out f..r myself and family a lining, but these horsea nod cattle having bceu on several occasion* impounded during the last few monthj have proved a drawback rather than a help. I have reason to believe, in fact, it it notorious, that my cattle with others have been driven off their regular run on to that of a neighboring squatter's, and thence Into tn* pnand. Other victims ?? well as myself know bow difficult, nay, how hopeless it Is to obtain redress, and not wish ing to resort to Lynch law to check this daylight robbery, would rather compromise with the oppressors than report to viuleuco. All who are suffering from the cause de tailed are aware that the young wan who has to resort to this paltry means of...

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Colonial Tims. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

Colonial Jims. Electro-plated fiipencea are pasnlng in 8/d- - ney far half-sovereign*. The imitation ii to enni that the boat teat ofspurfoasness ft tne lightness of the coin. Oui lusts.-We cnnot remember saib.. frightful weather far man; yean put in New - Knglnnil. During tbe whofe of the put week' tliulie.it liu been fearful, the thermometer Hinging from 86 nndera verandah to 66 In the house. nnil ISi to 126 In tbe sun, at £ o'eloAk. each cl >y. Rlnce lhi« evening the triad- hasT clianpeo, an A in coming from.the eastward I proclaims. either cooler weather or Mia.- The country about loiks awfully cnt up. The gnu is dried tip, and the fields are looking anything but favourable to the fflrmeqi, In deed, the harvest prospects generally aro veiy scanty, though ire know of several fanners' having a good wheat crop. Hay wilt be at a > premium, and much wheat baa already beau mown lor that pnrpoie. FftiQHTTOii Car or Osstitdtiob -Tha SfniUani Eniign reports the following.'-A de plo...

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

WAR WICK. Mr. J. MILLAR, Bookseller, has been appointed ar/ent for the sale of this Journal, and is also author' iteil to reeeivt advertisements and orders for printing.

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

.1 L L 0 n A . ?Mr. F. KATE'S^ Siorekcecper, has been appointed agent for this journal in Allora, from whom copies may be obtained every Monday morning, imincdiateli/ on the arri- j val of the coach. |

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THE REVENUE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

THE REVENUE OF THE COLOKY, The compilative statement of <he rerenofr "f'''. colony fi,r the year ending Slut 1866 and 1867. respectively, doe* not ih"W any very canaidernlile Increase daring tb» pa*tyeor; and. if we take into consideration the extra taxation imposed towards the end of 18«fl the returna indicate a considerable falling off in nor revenue. The total rev^fine proper for 1867. Amounts to ffi(!9.ii4l 8«. 3d.. and for the [irereding-yeartn£6929(4 Mh lOd., show ing «n iucwae /or lM>7"of £7fi;078. The tntat dishnreemtiniB for the yaar 1667, amounted to £661.610 3a. 8d., and the receipt*, for that time to £669.041 As. 3d. In which ia included £54.443 wnrtU of Utid^rdera reetriveft in payment for land. Taking all the clrcum stancus of the past into consideration <: the rcckleaa eiiraragancc of former Gorernmenta: and the detention conseqaen' on Ihefinanctal crisis; ten have reason to be thankful that our balance-sheet ia no worse than it *puear to - tf...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. Late on Tuesday afternoon last informa tion was received ID town tlint a man was fiiiiDd dead Jn the bash in Ihe riilpfi be tween Altera and Qleopallan. The Police Mscistrate proceeded at qnce to the spot to view the body and to institute aud Inquiry us to the cause of death. It appeared from the evidence of the Superintendent and others at Glengsllan thai the deceased was ft man named John Monro who bad been employed on the station but who had left on New Tears Day. to cclebrate the festive season at Altura. As he did not return to the Station rn Saturday, Mr. M'Intosh rode over to Alicia to make inquiries about him, end WAS informed that he bad left there on Friday morning carrying with him three boitlea of mm. He could get. 00 further tidings of him until last Tuesday, when Ms remains were found in a gully leading from thu range dividing Glengallan from Goom burra. There could be no duubt that death resulted from the combined effects of rum and the fierce r«y...

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EGYPTIAN WHEAT AND SOIL. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

EGYPTIAN WHEAT AND SOIL. (To the Editor ef Ike Examiner and Timet.) > Ur. voytjfi twice visited Bjrypt, He un .. the vhent-beiriBg noil of It QDmpNod of Mile slime, of which I mihjoia^ui tniiMlit -Silica, 700; alumina, 8-0; lime, 60; jpot ash. 2 0; Kids, 2*0j magnesia. SO; sulphate of Utno, t *0; phoipbate of lime, % 0t peroxide - of iron. 50; peroxide of magnesia. 0$ \ water.. 2 0; total, 1005. "The Valley of the Kile lias been in atl' limes remarkabfo for it production of wheat, which makes exeelleat bread; white, lisfatniS * well tasted Likvftx culttvatonitijiilvaTi^ boarded. and looks like barley, ft* increase has been estimate? at from fifty to *me into dred fold "SatUr* TYaoelt tf Eliel Wgr». burton, 1850. W.fl,

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

CLAYTON, SHUTTLEWORTH, AND CO., Engineers, Manart&iturets of por table end Fixed Steam Engines, Machfoery for Pamping, Hoisting, Grinding, Sawing, and Agricultural purposes, Ac., especially adapted for the colonies. Portable 8team Engines, for driving cotton gins. { Portable 6team; Engines and Pomps, for j irrigation. Portable Steam Engines and Pomps, for 6heep Trashing. Stamp End Works, Lincoln; and 78, Lom bard-met, London. I LEA A PUB BINS' GELBBftlTKD WORCESTERSHIRE 8A0CE* OECLAEED BT OOSXOISSXERS tO BE TBI OBTfcY GOOD MVCE. CAUTION AGAINST FBAUD. THE success of this most delicious onriv&lled Condiment having rnutert certain dealers to apply the name of .. Worce? terabire gsace" to their own interim com ponn3a, the Public is hereby informed that tbe only way to secure the gearfne, la- to ask for LEA ic PJ5BBINS* SAUCE; and to see that their nanus are Bponlheswffp* ptr, label*, tiopper, and bottle* t gome of the foreign market® ba*liitw«n supplied with a spurious ...

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Agricultural. FLAX. (Linum Perenne Australia.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

Jlgiitttiitfral. FLAX. (Linum Ptrtnne Auttralii.) ? (To the Editor of the EzanUntr end Timti.)H The flax la a native plant indlgenons to (he Doivnnt growing fraely on Boaenthal and Sandy Creeks. It is a perennial plant liera, that it, it stands several years with oncc sow. ».£. I have sern it fonr feet high. The - proper time to sow the see* (a before winter* and the plant should be cut or -ptiUed before - I lie hot Weather «ct« in. There to«pere>intat' variety of fl««-brmiffrit from Siberia/which to planted in drills en that it can be kept «Uu> with tlie line. I think that mold be the belt way to aow it here, as there in« much better chance of keeping it clean. Dlaneed elihtild be sown very ahatlnw, .< it Will notonme op. if sown too deep It ehould be renewed vtnj three or fcur year*, and .owp obfraib aolU. The aoil fcett suited i< a light landy loam. W.8.

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Local Intelligence. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

focal Intelligence. TO COBItESPONDENTS. "Lynch Law," Toollinrrn, and "Duffe>," *r« written in too violent ? strain for insertion. ID our columns will be found two letters respecting the Itnpauuditig grievance of wlilcli they complain. On Saturday, the 4lh instant., an important meeting of the St. Mark's Church Vestry was held. The sub committee appointed to draw up rules and regulations for the guidance of the Stipend Fund collector presented their report, which was with a few amend ments adopted. Mr. R. J. Mackenzie was then appointed collector. After a long and important discussion about the building of the new church, it was decided to appoint a sub-committee, consisting of Messrs. G. 31ark, Brown, Ransome, and Simpson, to make a special appeal to the friends of the Church to subscribe the sum or £80 to finish the roof. Although not decided upon the opinion of the meeting ap peared to be that fresh tenders for the roofing of the church ought to be called for directly the speci...

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GYMPIE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 January 1868

GYMPIE DIGGINGS. The news from the diggings flioce our last is but a repetition of what we then pub- lished; everything telling of progress and prosperity. The area of the diggings keeps constantly extending as population arrives.   The majority of the new arrivals either find new ground or room in the old. The health of the people seems to be remarkably good, which is to be accounted for by the fine situations of the diggings, the lofty ground, and the abundant supply of pure running water so near at hand. A correspondent waxes quite poetic on the beauty of the scenery of the gold-field. "Some persons," he says, " speaking of our world, as a whole, represent it as most wretched and miserable, but whatever may be its character as a whole, there are on it some most delightful spots, and Nashville is certainly one of them. It is picturesque in the extreme-fine bold hills, covered with waving forests-verdant dells, with rich and wild luxuriance and meandering streams, make...

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Colouial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

(foloitral Ittins. I The Bnmd Argui saysSome time ago it w** rumoured that lar^e nuggets of gold ha I liei'D found in the neighbourhood of Yarrol Station, in this dial* let. bv fi'Hne person . or persons unknown. The truth of the report was credited hy all who were acquainted with the Jociliiy, but m>thit>g laote bsi since been heard of it. Lately, h"w<ver, it ha* come to ; our knowledge, that a large body of Chinamen ? are wnrking-on the quiet-(11 a vt-ry soup I cornet oit Cania Creek <on which the Mossih. 1 Itidl -rsj* bend station is situated) and arc I making b very fine thing indeed out of it [ This w** have for an undoubted fact. hy n gen» tlemxQ wh«» rather unexpectedly dropped on ; them the other day The mound iti the vici >«ity of the vi orbing is proved t» he very auri ferous, and the presumption i* that »h« said ' ruraot originated with this discovery, by otlivr than wn informant Since tliU import : ant piece «>f news b&* bttcomo ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. The COLONIAL TREASURER elated, In ! reply to Mf. STEPHENS, that it was quite ! true the Superintendent of Telegraphs was ; suspended for a abort time in November last, j but theGovernment did not think it worth while to'produce the correspondence or papers in connection with the snap ration. In i*ply to Mr. DOUGLAS, the 8ECEE TABY FOB WORKS elated that a report had been received fmnj the Engineer of Roads in reference to the construction of a bridge over Canal Creek, At Le.rburn, ttnd was now under consideration. Mr. DOUGLAS moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of explaining that lie wan the primary caune of a map of the Darling Downs, lately laid upon the (able of the House by the Minister for Landtt, buing hung up in the lobby nf the chamber, to which course that officer oi the Government had objected. fter somo remark* frrun the MINISTER FOB LANDS, the motion was with frawn, and the matter dropped. Oq the order of the day f...

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