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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I TUESDAY, JAN. 14. Further correspondeuce rotating to defec- , tire railway imitcrial was laid un»n tlie table. On tho mutton of the Hon. W. WOOD, a Constitution Bill end a Mercantile -Bill, were read a first time. A congratulatory nddreBH to the Adminta trator of the Government waa adopted. A aerie* of resolutions. moved by the Hon. F. E. BIG(JK. affirming the advantages tlie colony bad derived from the cultivation of sugar by Captain Wbish, and lire claims of (hat gentleman to "«ubstaatUl consideration" from the legislature, wero negatived on divi sion by 71" e. On tbe motion of the lion. T. L. M. PRIOR, the House went into committee to consider the Crown Lands Sale Bill The preamble and the two drat clauses were postponed A long discussion ensued on Clause 3, " Notico of resumption to be given hy holder* of runs." Keverfcl lion. niembi'rs eii'iwed.their disap proval of the Waste Lands Board system, and some amendments, transferring tho pqu'ers proposed to he...
Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY JAN. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
Jlarliauunfani Jiilcllipcf. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY JAN. 9. TheCOI,ONlAL TIJK \Pt7KKK stated, in «cj»l> -o Mi". MACALlSTKR. *hai dvt-.pMtehea bad been received lr in the hoin»* Government with reference t&lt;» (lie memorial and cuse sub mitted lo the Governor by several members &lt;>f both (louses in July last, with reference 1q (lid Wat wick lailway, nit J that they would be luid upon the table at an mly date. In reply to Mr. Uam*ay, Uie COLONIAL SECRETARY stated (bat the attention of the Government bad been called to the fact that no c urt of justice bad been held at Goudi windi for some months past, owing t> some frivolous quarrel between the local mat-'in and the principal officer «i police, but that the matter now under the consideration of the Government* Mr. WALSH moved tho adjournment of the House tor the purpose of culling attention t» the reply of the Cob niol ti^cretary to the last question, which he maintained wan uusutis. factory, because...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
IToral JufrKiptc. We are compelled to leave, over till ivxt wei'k, various contributions and letters from our literary friends. They shall, however, not be forgotten. j The refreshing rains which fell | during the latter part of last week have proved o( immense benefit to vegeta tion gem-rally. The grass which pre viously was parched is now spring ing up again, and all nature wears a refreshed itpuearance. The atmosphere during the past week has also been more coo! and pleasant, and we hope that the long drought has entirely broken up, j Before the Police Magistrate yester- | day, Duncan M'Lacblan summoned j A. Lee, Wallumhilla, for £27 9s. 9d., balance of wages due. Air, Conquest ! appeared Tor the complainant. Mr. W. J. Simpson, defendant's superin tendent, admitted that the claim for wages was correct, but pleaded an ac count of stores supplied, which reduced the amount to £9 15s. 4d., for which amount judgment was gi .en for the complainant. This is the only case which has come ...
PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
PRODUCE MARKETS, Australian hides in, good demand. Quotations for bark remain unaltered. Tallow is in pood demand, from £42 10a. to £44 Pricee of leather rule higher. Wheat is extremly quiet and in Utile demand, but holders show no disposi tion to give way. Flour is dull of sale. Cocoa-nut oil is quoted at £42, and linseed at £35. Copper is in Maall demand, except Chilian ores- Awtralian is quoted at Irom £81 to £83 per ton, and Chilian at £69. Sugars are in good demand; the month's exports *how a large increase.
MELBOURNE. January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
MELBOURNE. January 13. The Bombay left the Heads to-day. at noon, tn route for Sydney. Jannnry 14. A farewell Imll will given on Friday to the Prince, at Hohart Town. The in nil news it considered unsatisfactory in commercial circles. We lian a splendid fall of rain 011 Wedncft* day night a«id Thursday morning, and another on ThuesrUy night, accompanied on both oc casions with tiiuoh thlifi'lor aod liphthiug' This is the only steady rain weha»c hail since June, and its efiect 011 the grmind cannot fail to be most beneficial It is true that we are not yet half satmfiad. and should like the came sort nf thinff every niplit for a couple of weeks; *t»U, for what we have received we are Toy thnskfn), and it will really prove of imnifnao value. AlHi^uph the temperature oo the dajps fol)»win(?the rain was not *0 high, the Won- | lure in the air tendered the heat tery trying. I .~Qitt*nffone ftmrr.
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
WOOL. The fourth series of colonial wool sales commenced on the 14th Novem ber; 86,000 bales were catalogued, and there was a fair attendance of Buy ers. Prices ruled 2d. below those quoted at September sales. The de cline is attributed to the bad state of trade, and the immense increase in the production of wool.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
LEA & PEB BINS' CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAOCE* DECLARED cr conroiSBiCBS TO BE TBI U\L¥ 600D SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FBAUI). THE success of this most delicious unrivalled Condiment having caused certain dcaler« to apply tbts nun# of " W'orcei ternWire 6ai.ee" tr their own inferior com pounds. the Public is bereB^nformeJ tlitt tUo only w«v to secure tbe gffiuioe, is to «*k £°r LEA & PERKINS* SAUCE. and to see that their names are upon the wrap per. labelt, stepper, n>>d bottle. Sume »f the foreign markets haying been supplied with n spurious Worcestershire Sauce, upon tlie wrapper and label* of which tbe nsmes of Lea and Perrin* have been forged* L. and I*. give notice tba&lt; tbey bare furnished their correspondents with power of, attorney to take instant proceedings against Uanw facturers and Vendors of such, or any other imitations by which their right may W in fringed. Wholesale and for Exportbv the Proprietor®, - Worcester; Crosse and Blackwell, Lon...
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The quarterly meeting of the Council was held &lt;11, Monday morninj when Iheie were pn-bent - Ilia Woisbip fhe Mayor, Aids. R..sh, Crombie. Morgan, ami Afll-ck. The miuHlt's i,f the previous nmetiii bavin* been read and confirmed. The Town Cierk read the following cor re*|ionilYmt-; (l)Copvof a letter frum the Council to Mr Geo. Clark, M.L.A., calling attention to ? he drlapldated elate of the Bridge over Deuclier's Creek, being the only entrance t«i War WICK from New Sonth Wales, and a-kins lliat gentleman to nso his influence wifli the fjovernmetit to have flie bridge re paired; (2) Frum (lie Council to Mr.French, lindane, elating that the Council had nothing t" do ivt/b the expellee incurred in the alterations in the map of Eastern Downs, picsented by Mr. Douglas to the electors ; it W is simply tlnced it) the hands &lt;>f the (Vuncil so that ii miulii lie hung in the Ti'Wii Hull f .f reference, and tnat the ?Iterations were made at ...
WARWICK CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
WARWICK CEMETERY. A public wetting, enlivened br adrerti«e« ] went, wan held in the Town Hall. &lt;>n Mmidny j evening Usl.f««r tin* piupits?- *'f uutmuuliui! trusteed f&lt;jr iho 4(rar«rick f.'coK'tcry Ja*. Morton, Kmj., wan vnt.-d to th* chair and explained tlju object of 1 lie inciting Ho also read tlio letter sunt from the Minister foi Lunds authorising the inc>ti"g. The Vuu. Archdeacon Glennie said he doubted whether it would not be best to leave the choice of trustees with the various veliioas denominations thumaelvu*. Ilo be lieved id my hail Come to the inci ting without a full knowledge how the election was to take place. After a few remark? he moved " That each religious denomination be requested lo elcet trust-ea out of their body " Mr. J, L. BOSS suggested that they had better decide a* to the number to be elected. ill. ADhKNttUOOKK questioned whether they could elect them excepting fit a public meeting: Tin' Kev Mr. MA DGW1CK wid ha believed the co...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
COMMEUCIAL. The discount market is well sup plied, and money advancing in value. The Bank of England reserve is still excessive. , Confidence is considerably restored, and the funds show but Uttle fluctua tion. Colonial securities have advanced in price. New South Wales debentures are quoted at 97 to 100. Queensland, from 103 to 104£. New Zealand, from 107 to 108. 8outh Australia, from 107 to U3£. The liquidation of xhe affairs of the Bank of Queensland" is proceeding satisfactorily. The increase in exports to Queens land for the month amounts to £21,000.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. A numerously attended meeting waa held in Sc. Mark's 8ch&lt;»ol»room on Wednesday evening, to memorialise (lie Minister for Lands as to the roat.ner of electing trustees for tlie Cemetery Tlie Ven Archdeacon Gianni" was in me chair, aud after opening the meeting with prayer, stafr-d the circum stances which had necessitated the meetiuff being called. Ifcsaldat tlie public meeting nn Monday night no f lection of trustees took piece as far as the Church of England was concerned. They would remember that at thAt meeting he tu«»ved a rem*liit|i»n to the effect that each denomination should ch«>o«v their own. That resolution, however, was lost. A good deal of difference of opinion exist* as to the direction* sent by the Minis tor for Lnnds, and tim meeting was called hnrriedh and of necessity for tlie purpose of requiting tlie Minister for Landa to aend mure explicit directions as to the mode of election. Mr. C, CLARK in rising to mow the first, reso...
LATEST SPECIAL. London, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
LATEST SPl CIAL. London, December 15. The Duke of Montrose has explained in the House of Lords, the terms of ttie new Indian postal contract. He said that the Brindisi route would not be adopted, the railway communica tion being incomplete. The steamers would call at Messina; and in that way a day would be saved. The postage would be increased threepence per half-ounce. The Judicial Committee, appointed by the Americt n Congress, favors the impeachment o! President Johnson. Parliament has voted two millions for the expedition to Abyssinia, and raised the income tax one penny. Parliament bas confirmed the new tna;l contract. The holding of the proposed confer ence on the Roman question is con sidered doubtful. A Mazzinian conspiracy has been discovered in Italy. M. Rouher has declared in the French Chambers that Daly should never possess Rome. In reply M. Jules Favre made a vigorous attack on the Government. The Italian Parliament has opened. The Government declared that the Roman qu...
Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
femincr unir limes. SATURDAY, Jamjar* IS, 1868. The Provincial Councils Bill brought forward by the "Northern Members is attracting just noiv considerable atten tion. The principle of local self government so dear to the Anglo Saxon race, receives the strongest de velopment in this Bill; and many who have not taVen the trouble to read it through proclaim themselves supporters of a system apparently so plausible. It may be allowed that in a colony so , extensive as Queensland, it would be desirable to. have the territory divided into districts of moderate extent, and %ach district should have an elective board with limited powers of raising money by local rates, lor the purpose of repairing roads, bridges, itc., and other public works of a not too ex tensive character. A somewhat simi lar system has been found to work well in Victoria. But the changes proposed by Mr. FITZGERALD'S Bill for aitboagh brought forward by Mr. ABOBSR Mr. FITZGERALD is the real promoter of the Bill - amount ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
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TOOWOOMBA. January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
TOOWOOMBA. January 33. This district was viHited oh Friday niplit by * heavy hailstorm, accompanied tiy thunder and lightning. A goad deal of d&uiage wn« done to fruit trees, aio. On Smurday. a severe hailstorm pa*m>d orer Hfghfield*, doing a great deal of mischief and upi-ooting Urge trees, wilb the branches ?if which the road was strewn to such an extent an to be nrariv impasMible. The at &lt;rin w»s alio felt in town, and lasted fur five hours. The mini are geneiai all over the district, and the creeks are runniest bank and bank. The groan la springing up rapidly, and already tbeappeaianceof the country i* quite changed. Since the rain thecfcudue of the gold-fields is eiaater than ever, Tbi« morning the thermometer registered only 68 dtgieei. ,
FATALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
FATALISM. The unwieldy, ol^-fashioned anchor dropped, with a dull splash, in the j oily-looking water, and the large coils of the rough kaiar cable disappeared rapidly over the bow. Several pilgrims stood around, gazing, with varied feel ings, on the land of their distant adora tion, when my friend Yusuff, lost in contemplation, placed a foot within the coils, and was immediately carried overboard. " Bismillah I" "Khismut!" and several other ready expressions were shouted out, by the devout fol lowers of the prophet, as they leaned over the low bulwarks of die ship, watching, with unchanged counte nances, the drowning man. " He must have been a Sheitan ki Baita!" said one. " He is gone to Jehannum!" said another. "We shall have cooler weather, now!" said a third, provoking an audible grin around him, while the poor man, struggling for a few moments on the surface, sank with an imploring look beneath the waves. " Yusuff! 11 Allah!" cried out a strong voice, as, at that moment, a man ...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, November 26. Her Majesty the Queen is in Wuid aor, and in good health. The Prince and Princess of Wales are staying at Sandringhara The Princess has to far recovered as to be able to walk. The Fenians have threatened to burn every English town if the convicts sen tenced to death are executed. The threat hs* caused great .alarm, and ap to the Queen. Her Majesty referred the applica tions to her Ministers, who retused to interfere, and 2000 special constables have been sworn in, to ga&wi iw scat fold. . r . . Trustworthy information ot Pr. Livingstone's safety has been received. Major Biackall, late Governor in | Western Africa, has been appointed! Governor of Queensland. j Food riots have occurred m the West ; ' of England. , . . Thg nevjr mail contract has been granted ft® twelve fears. , , A large Conservative banquet has j . come off in Bristol. Mr. Tom Hughes j has seceded from the Relorm League., The Government have refused to j repeal the Party ...