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A NOVEL ELOPEMENT AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

A NOVEL ELOPEMENT AND MARRIAGE. Truth is stranger than fiction, but we j are not aware that either ever sug-1 gested the possibility of a marriage on a railway train; and the swain who first generated the idea and gave it practical effect certainly deserves the championship of love affairs The case in point occurred after the departure of the morning Grand Trunk train from Colborne, a neat little station reached by the express from the west at about ten o'clock, after a good run from Port Hope. Here, yesterday morning, a happy-looking damsel, and a young man of simple manner, but acting as it he was going to do something des perate, entered the train, and took seats vacated for them in different parts of the train. At the same time, though furnishing no clue to the subsequent proceedings, a minister entered, and quietly, with a self-complacent look, as if about to make a world happy, also took a seat in the car. The station was barely left, however, when Mr. Hunt, conductor on the t...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?] OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA UEZ. NEWS TO DECEMBER 15. (From the Brisbane papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

.it i I V A L , OF THB BkGLISH MAIL, VIA CI-2. NEWS TO DECEMBER 15. (From tin Britbant paptrt.) The A.&N. Company's steamer Alexandrawrived at Glenelgon Satur day afternoon with the mails from England per the R.M.S B. Bombay, after a passage of 99 hours from King George'* Sound. The Geelong arrived at the Sound on the 4th and Ipft on the 5tIt. The Bombay left GalJe on December 28ih, had very heavy wea ther, and arrived at the Sound on the 7th; would leave next evening for Melbourne. The Bombay- brings news or a change in the mail service, which in future to be despatched at intervals of four weeks, giving thirteen mails yearly. The next mail vitl leave Sydney on February 2.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

j THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. Th« fallowing duties are payable under (be new Stamp Act, which came into operation nu tb© 1st November l&st£ c. d. Draft* and Promissory Notes, For every £50 and Under, and eveiy fractional pnrt of £50above 0 10 Bills vf Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto . 010 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or more), each, f «r every £50 0 0 0 Receipts.-For all autns of 20a. and upwards, each .. .. .. 0 0 1 Cheques cr Orders.-Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Xotet.-For every £100 of the average annaual circulation 3 0 0 Deeds of Conveyance of For every £60 end under «. 0 7 0 Above, ana not exceeding Zlw .. 0 15 0 For every fractional part of £100 above 0 15 0 Agreements.-Of the value of £5 and upwards ,, .,026 Arotc.-Where totters eve produced in caurt to prove agreement it will be sufficient for one of them to bo stamped with a duty of 5b. BilU of fjadit'ff,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent .. 0 0 0 Leases, or Agreement* for L...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE j REGULATIONS. ! MAILII CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek,! Drayton and Tonwoomba, on Sundays, j Tuesdays, and Thursdays. at 8 p.m. | Maryland and (be Northern Districts of New South Wales on Monday** at 7 80 a.m. and on Thursday*, at 3*80 p.m. Talgfti Beet Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondiwtndi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N B. Letters &c. for Glonelg, Warron, Piked&le, Glenlyon, Texas, aud trasers Creek, are for warded by tliis mail. Mad* ARBITE FROM Brisbane. Ipswich, All<<ra. Spring Creek. Diayton and Toowonnbaon Tuesdays, Tbuia days, and Baturdtvs, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p m. Talgai Reef. Leyburn, and Western Creek on Wednraday. At noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamp* ou arc «mt to the Geoeral Post-office to be opened and rrturned to the writers; as also letters re-postr4 bearing stAmps which have been obliterated...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

(To the Editor of the Examiner.and Timet) Mb.-Ah we are contemplatins: ft*rtlng t Warwick Punch. Mid With the inbabitnnU of tliit town to forra-%oiiie id»« of our abilities for the task, we beif to aaqnln two oanup drunjH which we composed whilst chaining up " Toby" last eight. What is the difference between Ml overdone - joint ol meat, nnd A meddling, wmild-bo orator, who figured at e meeting field »l Warwick, on the 181b Mntf Antwir-Tiie firmer li doitt brown; tbe U ter was Brawn done. Whv doah b «barp player at wliint resemble the political character of a local writer for the Arj/vtt ' An:y>tr.-Because lie shufflet « great dul,. niusmatob?(rtc&t than uononi. frequently > l»ya.ffce knave and makes his cards to tecurofor himself- UORtOMtf. Give ibis publicity, ai)d we will graelowly send ron a photograph of dear Judy. [ We do not ntetnarily htli euritleet tttfon tible Jor the opinumi txprttted by our - correipowienti ] You 16 obl'tliltlltl V. WARWICK PUNCH (In embryo)...

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

WARWICK. Mr J. MTLLMl. Bookseller, has been appointed agent for the sale of this Journal, and is also author ised 1o receive advertisements and orders for printing.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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ALLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

.1 LLO 11 A. Mr F. KA TE^y !storefaecper, has been appointed agent for this journal in A liora, from whom copies may he obtaine<! every Monday morn//iff, immediately on the arri val of the coach.

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FOREST TREES. (BY OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

FOREST TREES. CBT COB nwir GORRESPOKDEKT.) in Germany, frum the increa*ed scarcity-of wood, forest science Constitutes a separate and distinct branch <if edooa'ion. Pm«aia directed fiartlcular attention to the subject, and the ate kin*, on coming to the tin-on , ordered that in future situation* in the Forest Depart* meat should be confer'cd with n *iew to the must perfect preservation of the forests France has alio a particular^dminiHtrAtioii of the forest lairs. Eusfa, from the irrtuteuHe extent of her forests. is under little apprehen* si->ii of ft scarcity of woods nevertheless the Consumption of article is so enormous ail the house* of the peft«antry being built of it and no other fuel being used-that it has beon deemed advi able to pay come attention to the rtubj'-ct, and a board his been fanned under the particular sanction of the Govern* went f»r the better p>eservntion of the forests. The wholesale de*iructicn of timber trees in Australia want" xome attenti...

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THE ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF THOMAS COUTTS, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

THE ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF THOMAS COUTTS, ESQ. It is our melanctuht doty to an nounce the sudden qBi of Thomas Coutts, Esq., Sen.,ofToolburra, which event took place ou the 14th iustant, in consequence of injuries received from a tree falling on him: On the evening oi' the day named, Mr. Coutts walked a short distance from hie house to inspect some work men who were sawing down a tree, which, unfortunately, was nearly cut through. As the deceased approached within reach of its top limbs, a sudden gust of wind at tbat moment brought the tree to the ground, and Mr. Coutts was crushed beneath the branches. From injuries inflicted on the head and body, death was instantaneous, life being extinct ere the body could be extricated from the tangled branches. Mr. Coutts was one of the earliest and most indefatigable of our pioneer colonists. For several years ne was engaged in seafaring pursuits, and was subsequently largely interested in pas (oral occupations. The funeral cortege proceeded fro...

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THE NEW LAND BILL. A BILL TO CONSOLIDATE & AMEND THH LAWS RELATING TO THE ALIENATION OF THE CROWN LANDS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

THE NEW LAND BILL. A BILL TO CONSOLIDATE & AMKND THH LAWS RELATING TO THE ALIENATION OP THI: CROWN LANDS. (Continued from our lait.) lfld. All cost* charges and expenses til' nmi Attending ouy such sppiai*einent or arbitra tion shall be in the absolute discretion of the appraiser or appraisers arbitrator or arbitra tors nr umpire wlio shall moke the final award. 10!). Ever}' such appointment and notice respectively ahull be in writing under the baud or hands of the party or parties mating or giving the same respectively or ii' any audi party be a corporation with a corporate seal Wider such corporate seal an«l each such op. pointment shall be dt:H tcred to the appraiser nr arbitrator npprniseiR or arbitrators and by him or them attached to the award when made and shall be deemed a submission by the parties signing the same to appraisement or Arbitration as the case may be. 110. Aflcr the tusking of any such appoint ment tlic fame s iall not be revocable with out the cousent ...

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SYDNEY. January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

SYDNEY. January 13, Th' City Bank lias declared a dividend of 8 per fent, & heavy hailstorm fell yesterd&y, tlie beat previous fia* been very gi*»t. » ' The Aaieinbly, are debating 4kf nien nf tlm H»>'i*e, ^ta inntinn being dfl*(ted.- Tlie S[M»krr« etwell Captain PlilHijpSiair .thk J'ihn DdthiiS^u^ ffrmsrij of !hsT£ljM Australia. di»d»C<® on Fiidajf, ' ' . * * » jh 1'riuce AlfrcflfcJ^tfraei have landtrt bop. jfr- ' Jsnrtiry ti The G'lTcinmenfrbaTe ellered to cuiD|iru miiie the nnpt>ly qnplttitp andtn ncsapt a vote lor t«ro month**. nopliea, aAtiurnilig t«a House to the middlauHE#arcb, . Tlie OpppoV lioh reject tho propMMF . V The Ueii*trlfr.Qiiber»l'« office hue been robbed of £200. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

Jpucrtiscmtnts. W«!VTED. A MARRIED COUPLE. Man as gene rally useful, ami woman aa Lauuilrees. Apply at illengallan. 46| T« SnHUprs, Venrera, and Men who understand Wiring, A Number of good competent han k required (or Wire and other Fencing. Apply to A. WIENHOI.T. Maryvale lltli January, 18G8. 464 Warwick Rulldltig Society. THE FIFTEENTH Monthly Meeting (>r Shareliiltlt-rrt will bp lield in I lie Court House, on MONDAY next, the Sutli lnfltant. J5J0. WIM8T0NE, 46S Secretary. C2 it k; w % au. The above reward will be paid to any ppraou uiv'iii'.; infurniHli'Mi aa <» whole A curtain laaie. branded DfC nr'tr«!ioul der,HC off ahoulder,la imddockad or straying; or if atol-ju, giving information of the guilty parties. TOBIAS BKIL, 460 TooiIIUIT* Station. £2 RKWtllB, LOST or Strayed from Talgai Reef, a grey draught marc, branded © D on near shoulder. HU over D on <>ffth«u!der. The aliove reward will be paid to any one briugine tbe eaid mare to SAMUEL evknokn, iS...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WABWICK. The following are the readings of' the barometer and thermometer tor the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office In this town. at 9 o'clock a.m., daily: BlBoMtTER. TlIERMOMeTEB. . MAX. Mm. Saturdty 38 231 870 .. ?90 Mundny .. 88 294 .... 8M0 .. 41) 0 Tuesday .. 88 477 ...T M'O .. 830 Wednesday .. 28S37 .... 67'0 .. fifl-O. Tliurtday .. 28 489 .... «80 .. 660 Friday " 2**3?4 ..... 67*0 ». foD lUiufc)] since latt Iswue 0590 inches. The NortktrnA rgut report* * ?hoc)(in?oc* cmreoce at Kockhamptim:-On New Year's Day, as a woman of the na ne of Forbes, nliose fc<ifihftnd is in the^mplo.v of tbeAS,N. Co" was wafting up William-Btreel with ber infant in hejJyjn» and accompanied by ber husband. >.ho it#p3enlv dropped dowu near Gtordo- *a B"»b Tuii, int . which she wa* earned. A tiroulmit wa- directly administered. aud iu a tew minute* »he »piu?n«rf f* hive partially re. cvered. ho: oh* ««ddtriily «>KcUiracd that4'her bna-1 w«r b nk*m '...

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OPENING OF THE AMAZON AND TRIBUTARIES TO FREE COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

OPENING OF THE AMAZON AND TRIBUTARIES TO FREE COMMERCE. On the 7th September, anniversary I day of the independence of Brazil, the rivers Amazon, Tapajos, Tocantius, Madeira, Bio Negro, and Gram Para were declared open to the commerce ot all nations. This event, so long looked forward to as the inauguration of a new epoch in the prosperity of the provinces of the Valley of the Ama zons, was celebrated with great re joicings in the city of Belem, the oapitai of Para, where, after a "Te Deum" in the cathedral and reception in the palace, President de Lamare, accompanied by the principal inhabit ants, embarked at 11 a.m. in the war steamef Paraense. and accompanied by several river steamers proceeded to the junction of the waters in the Bay of Marajo, where the ceremony of the opening was performed. His Excel lency and pai^ sere transferred on their return voyage to the war corvette Nictheroy, which bv an accident was prevented from accompanying the fieet in the forenoon, and about eig...

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A STARTLING SURPRISE FOR A BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

A STARTLING SURPRISE FOR j A BURGLAR. I The Bucks constabulary have en trapped a burglar under rather singular circumstances. In the regulations of the country police force there are cer tain meeting-points, where, at a spe cified hour, the constables on the adja cent beats have to assemble and report themselves and their doings to the superintendent, or to the inspector or sergeant who may meet them. At two o'clock on Friday morning one of these meeting-points of the Bucks consta bulary was at the house of Mr. Thos. Goddard, farmer, st Hedgerley Dean. Police-constable Chambers was the first to arrive at the rendezvous, and he was surprised to find a light burn ing in a room on the ground floor of Mr. Goddard's house. Looking through the window the policemen saw a stran ger ransacking the place, very coolly sorting a large number of articles, and packing them in the most convenient form for removal. The next to arrive was police-constable Manealy, and he | posted himself in the rear...

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RELIGIOUS INDIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

RELIGIOUS INDIFFERENCE. Whether " man" is " the proper study of mankind" or not, it iB an interesting and rather wonderful kind of study; and there has been no lack of philosophising on the sub ject. What may be called the idiocracy of humanity, is often a bundle of mutable ana restless inconsistencies; but sometimes the inconsistency is a constant, settled line of action, though regulated by principles which reason condemns. One would imagine that if a principle regulating the life be false, it must, with the spread of know ledge, in the end give way to the true. But that is not always found to be the case, even with motives that are mani festly and glaringly untrue; but it may be that the " end," with regard to the principle in question, is not yet at- j tained; or from the fact that wisdom ! does not always keep pace with know ledge. Men are found who will stick to a beloved theory long after it has been exploded, and, with a kind of antiquarian love of novelty, live in the ruins...

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HORRIBLE CRIME BY A RELIGIOUS FANATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

HORRIBLE CRIME BY A RELI GIOUS FANATIC. A man named Kursin was charged recently belore the tribunal o( Vladimir, llusgia, with the murder of his own son The prisoner was one of the "scct ol the Saviour," one of whose doctrines is the : bsolute negation of all earthly property, and consiant acts of worship and sacrifice. It appeared that he had actually offered up his son as a sacri fice. His own account of the crime is as follows:-"One night I felt so strongly that the human race must soon perish that I could not get a moment's sleep. I rose and lighted all the lamps before the images of the saints, and throwing myself on my knees, I fer vently prayed God to save me and my family. Suddenly the idea came to me of saving my son from eternal damnation, for as this only child was a beautiful boy, and finer than most boys ot his age, I feared that he would be come, after my death, the prey of hell, and I determined to sacrifice him to the Lord. Filled with this idea I con tinued to pray....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 January 1868

DEATH. On Tuesday last 14th inst., from an accident, Thomas Coutts, Esq., of Toolburra.

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AN INFANT LOST IN THE BUSH. A TOUCHING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

AN INFANT LOST IN THE BUBII. A TOUQElttG INCIDENT. It is but seldom (says the local jour nal) that we hear of the loss in the hush of a child aged only one year and nine months, but a little boy, named Michael Tobin, no older than this, the son of a farmer on the Emu Creek* near Sandhurst, was lost on Christmas morning. He went with his mother j to a stockyard, about a quarter of b mile from their house, and while she was milking she sent him back to the house, but he got off the track into the ucrub on the roadside. He was soon missed, and a search was instituted, but although maintained throughout Christmas Day it was unsuccessful. Oa the following day the police were informed of the circumstances, and horse and foot search parties were at once organised, and went in different directions. Constable Stubber pro ceeded with one party through the scrub and along steep and rugged ranges. Up to three o'clock the search - was continued with unabated vigor, when Constable Stubber noticed...

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MR. WALSH ON THE NATIVE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

MR. WALSH ON THE NATIVE POLICE. In the committee of supply on Wednesday last during the debate on the vote for Police Expenses, Mr. Walsh thus speaks of die native Police: Mr. WALSH wished the consideration of the vote postponed for a day or two, as he had an amendment to make which he did not now feel himself in a position to make, but should be pre pared to do BO in the course of a few days, and in the meantime there were plenty of other votes to consider. He objected " in toto" to the continuation ot the Native Police force. It was not such a force as we ought to have for our protection. Here we were employing 99 savages as a protective force. He protested against employing 99 men aB police constables, who were incap able of giving evidence-to whom an oath would not be administered-men whose creed was to eat their fellow creatures. f" No no," from Mr. San deman.] lie asserted that under cer tain circumstences these men held it to be their duty to eat their iellow creatures. He ha...

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