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RECONSTRUCTION OF ROSENTHAL CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
RECONSTRUCTION OF ROSEN-j THAL CBEliK BRIDGE. It has been a niattor of surprise and regret that the bridge over Rosenthal Creek should be allowed to remain in such a delapidated slate so long, and many complaints have been made re specting its present dangerous slate. Ihis is, we Ijelieve, the only direct road to Kew South Wales, and il this bridge is to remain in its present de lapidatcd condition the road will prac tically be useless. With the prospect of shortly having railway communication direct to the seaboard wo may expect a large amount of traffic to come over the border, and the roads and bridges ought ccrtainly to be put in a passable state to receive that traffic. We have been put in (Xisscssion of the following correspondence which has passed between the Corporation and the Government on this subject, and from these letters it will be seen that the corporation have used every en deavor to have the work done, and if these endeavors have not been success fill it has not be...
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. fBefore the Police Magistrate.] Cornelius Brosnan was summoned by L. E. Lester, of Rosenthal, (or having wilfully or negligently injured six sheep while employed as a shearer, in breach of his agreement under the "Master and Servants' Act." Mr. Okenliam appeared for the defendant. From the evidence, it appeared that (he defendant had signed an agree ment as a shearer nt Rosenthal station, one of the conditions of the agreement being that he was to be responsible lor any injury inflicted on the sheep which passed through his hands. It was proved that he bad injured the six sheep for the value of which the action was brought and judgment was given for tbe plaintiff for the amount claimed -£3-with £1. I costs. Mr. Oxen ham gave notice of his intention to appeal to the Supreme Court.
ROCKHAMPTON. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
UOOIv HAMPTON. January 2U. Squally weather, accompanied by Jiciiry rain, hun prevail^} hire pince SatunUy. The abut ttneut of the railway bridge, near Spring Ort?fk, «a« carried away yesterday by the flood. Tuis prevents the arrival &lt;if tin' r!i)>vii train* The pat^un^er train alill coKiiiiucs tu run, but the ^oods traffic is jnhrniplcij. On WiMhjffi'Uy ihe* draught broke up nt Clermont; and on Priday i&lt; was reported that thu JJau&uu was running bank and bank.
SYDNEY. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
SYDNEY.. January 20. Tho Gahtea passed \V».]Ioiigoiiif before j 8 o'clock this morning, ami is expected to j enter the Heads by 3 ilii* afternoon. Immense prfparAiiuus for Ilia Royal High* j ness1 rereption are beiug made, &ud visitors j crowd the city. The barque Salwoen put in here to day on [ fire; has been io that condition for four I days. She \* now lyin« in Sirus Cov«( and \ nil attempts to suppress the. fire by pumping having proved fuiih1, she has been scuttled. A survey will lie held us to the possibility of .Aoutiug her, , January 21. The Sal ween has been got a(Wt, aud w i 1\ , commence lo discharge to-day. The Lady Bowen ran down the fchooner j Lightniu#, from the Maclay River. uearthe ! Seal UocUk, The crew were saved. | lulelli^euce has been received here that j the natives nf Solomon's Group hav«» nmK- I sacrcd ten person*, tha crew of the Marian I Kenny, and captured the vessel. j The Galatea passed Twofold Bay nt noon i In-day. The anticipated Wait of the F...
EXECUTION OF FENIANS AT MANCHESTER [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
EXECUTION OF FENIANS AT MANCHESTER The Fenians, Allen, Gould, and Larkin, convicted of res:uing Fenian prisoners and murdering a constable, were hung at Manchester, November 23, in the yard of the New Bailey prison. In consequence of sundry rumours of attempting to rescue ibem, Government swore in 2500 special con stables, who, with a detachment of artillery and 100 of the 72nd High landers, were in attendance, but the two latter concealed from the public. As it turned out, however, there was no necessity for their presence. Public opinion, indeed, seemed to have under gone such a change, that although 2500 constables were sworn in, double that number voluntarily offered their services, but were declined. The pri soners since their conviction were daily attended by their respective ministers, to whose exhortations they paid the deepest attention. Allen and Gould retained their fortitude to the last, but Larkin fainted aB lie was placed over the drop, and could only be kept on his fe...
MELBOURNE. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
MELBOURNE. January 20. 1 | l'lic ship General Grant, which suited j ' hence fur L'iniitin; in May 18CC, was wrecked j at the Auckland Inland*. Sixty-nino were i drowned, but four pjisscnpura and eleven &lt;>f | the crew rcnchcd Mussr.ivu'i huts in Hie boats, and after a fhort time were reduced to llie necessity of li»inj on such seals as tlie.r cnuld capture. The chief mate And tlirce of the crew left the Islands in a bait a year ago, for New Zealand ; but .ire tiijjpnsed to have been I lust. | The only ten survivors were taken off, last month, by the whaler Amherst. j
NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
NEWS BY THE MAIL. Tac MAILS.-The Australian mail will be ODM In everjr bur weeks, joining the China .twiner at Galle, as at present. It is aaid that the tubaldy proposed to be granted to the Pen insular and Oriental Oompa ny by the n« w con tract ia (400,000. This is to covcr 62 services in the year to Bombay, 26 to China. and 13 to Australia. The service between Oalle and Sydney, part nf which is paid by tbe colony, lii not Included in the amount stated. . Thb ABWBtMAH Kxpbditioii -Campaigning In the cnoritry of King Theodore has begun in earnest. Telegraphic despatches from Alexandria report that the Srtt brigade hue landed at ZouUa,in Annesly Cay. The ar rival of successive detachments must have continued, and probably part of the army lias already been pushed up into the niouutsiiiti. The advanced brigade of the Abyssinian Ex pedition comprises the 3rd llombay Irregular Cavalry, the 10th Native Infantry, two com panion of Kative Sappers, 463 men nf tbe Land Transport Corps. one ...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
fotal JiMtflfiitc. We are glad to be able lo state that tbe reconstruction of the bridge over Rosenthal Creek is to be proceeded with. Tbe following letter was re ceived by the Mayor from Mr. George Clark, the number for Warwick, which at length decides that this delapidated structure is to be rebuilt: Brisbane, January 17, 1868. SIB,-I have the honor to inform you that qu Tliurnday evening last, I brought tlie case of Itin bridge over the Hnsnjibu 1 Creek before the House, and on account of its being bituate within lbs Municipality boundaries the Tots 1 askuii for vyati negatived. I miy say that I adopted the course of bringing the matter before the House, because the Engineer of Roads and the CommUwIoner for Wcrks tuld nio that nothing could be done towards rebuilding the bridge. However, you will be glad, no doubt, to hear, that the Colonial Secretary, who has clmrpc of the Works Department, bus pro mised me to have tbe work proceeded will), as lie Cuds bt> has a roto out o[ w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
Hidjci'fiscmtnfs. WANTED. I MARRIED COUPLE. Man as gene 1. rally useful, nml woman as Laundress. Apply nt (ikngallao. 4G2 To KpllUen. I'eneers, itnd Men who understand Wiring. A Number ol good competent hanls required fur Wire nnd oilier Fencing. Apply t.. , A. WIENHOt.T. Alary vale, 11th January, 1SC8. 4ti4 PUGH'S ALMANAC FOR 186S. Agent fur Warwick. 476 H. C. WOOLCOTT. £2 REWAR®, | rpiiE above reward will be paid to j J_ atiy person giving information as to where a certain mare, branded DK. ntarelioul- j dor, HO off shoulder, is (mddocU*;d or straying; or If Motan, giving iuform.-itimi of the guilty p*rtie«. ; TOWAS Iir-fL. 450 I'uoikurra Station. j Important tJnreaerred Sde, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, OP THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, AND ITS CONTENTS. ON MONDAY NEXT, jancary 27. H. G. RANSOME Has received instructions from the proprietor, to eell by public Ruction, OX MONDAY NEXT. All that central and valuable property, being I allotment 13, section 20, known as the AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, : iu Fitzro...
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
METEOROLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS, WARWICK. The following ere (he readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 0 o'clock A.M., daily: Kaboweteh. THERMO METER, j MUX. MtH. I Saturday .. 28334 "" 670 .. CSOJ Monday .. 23 551 .... 750 .. 650! Tuesday .. 23 697 .... &lt;57*0 .. 69 0; Wednesday .« 28 477 &lt;5513 61*0 Thursday .. 28 496 .... 72 0 .. 630 Friday .. 2S374 820 .. 6G*0 Rainfall since last issue 3 495 inchcft. Juarez and his Cabinet have decided to refuse to recognise Ministers and Consuls from foreign Governments who refuse to acknowledge the Government of the Mexican Republic. WARWICK HOSPITAL.-A meeting of the Comtnitte of tlic above institu tion was held on Friday last, Mr. Win. H. Brown (in the chair). The Visit ing Committee's Report was read and adopted. The Inspecting Committee's Report was read, stating that they had examined the dead house building, erected by Mr. Wm. Gaisford, and I'ound the sa...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JAN. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. j TCESDAY. JAN. 21. Further correspondence rulstive to defective railway material was laid upon tbu table. The House resumed the consideration in committee of the Crown Lands Sale Bill, tbe adoption of clause 75, *' Homestead# must be in one block," being the question before the committee. This clause, together with the other homestead clauses, WAS postponed, on the motion of tlie Hon. H. B. FITZ. In c1au>e 85," Regulation** forcommonagcB." an ameudment was inserted, on the motion of tlio lion. ST. G. K. GOUH, providing that no person travelling less than four inileB a day in one direction with *tock should be deemed e bona fide traveller under theclausc. In the same clausc, the lion. A. NORTON proposed an amendment omitting the cliArgeof two shillings per head per annum on the stock depastured on commonages: but tbe hon. gentleman subsequently withdrew it, on the explanation of the Hon. T. L. M. PRIOR, that the Government would have to appoint persons to loo...
Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, January 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
(fontmcr nitir Cirats. SATURDAY, January 25. 1868. Otto classical contemporary must lately Kfl VO liaan &lt;( J..V _ * iaieiy « rn "doin«" a course of the1 "New York Herald," or some other of I those. American journals which are in j tbe habit of regaling their readers in that cbftice pothouse style which appa rently is so well adapted to our contem-' j porary's colurana. Not that, indeed, he has succeeded in catching the vigor which underlies the vulgarity of the low American style. But the .ame disregard for the truth, the same wildness of assertion, and the same facility for stringing together a choice collection of adjectives which charac terise the more disreputable portion of the American press,-all these have been so admirably adopted by the "Argus," that, with a liule more ability, we might almost imagine our contemporary had served his time among the purlieus of the press some where in the " Far West." The truth of the old saying, "Like master, like man," is well il...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
THE fammcr aula Cimcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Kvery HATVRUA V nOBMIKT., 4a lime for the Oalgolug Malls. ? The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in advance. Single copies. SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING s. d. Two lines I 0 Four do 2 0 Six do 2 6 Eight d.i 3 0 Erery additional six lines or under Is. DISUOOM On 18 consecutive insertions 20 per cent. 26 .. 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their face the number of times they are to in serted; if sent in without tins specification, each advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not lator than 6 p.m. on Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements must Be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per inwrtioa. AGENT IN SYDNEY Messrs. Gordon and Getch, Oeorge-Btreet AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. 0. D. HARBISON, Stationer & Neva Agent, Schoo...
BOWEN. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
BOWEN. January 20. A boat containing a pjeasnre-pariy &lt;if nine mod started from tliu jelly on Monday the 13th. They went across (be bay, in the direction of Gloucester Itdaml. ami have not l-e*n beard of cincc. Th^ybad nu provi sions with them. On Wedticftdoy, Thursday, unri Friday the pil'»t and diatom's boat* were oat «e«rcin'ng for tbo missing parly, but without euccegp. 0&lt;i Saturday, the body of a man wa* w.ifhfcd ashore at Stone Island, ftnd buried there. We hav&lt;* had an »bondai/ce of raio la!f)y\ and the eraws is luxuriant. The W^tVti olLifc.Hchoducr, Captain Han nah, h »B arrWcd from Sydney ; mid the Oat tuiTi Coolc, schooner, from Uritibane. Tiic Utler pmPS on to the Gulf, ami Ukc» Willi h«Trt |»ftrty of pulico for Sweer'e Island au>l Diukti Tuwn.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) TOOWOOMBA. January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
LATEST rELEGRAPHJC NEWS. (From the Britbant paper*.) TOOWOOMBA. Jatninry 20. The Criminal Sittings commenced to-day before His Honor llie Chief Justice. The black-fellow, charged with the murder of a German shepherd, oo Bungaban Station, uear Taro»m, whs acquitted, and ordered to be chnr^i d from custody. The prisoner leaded for joy in his release. He is Mid to havt been kept in irons since he was committed fur trial, by order of the sheriff. Helves and Gibson, charged with em bezzlement, hare been acquitted. Heavy rains fell all yesterday ant] to-day; The rain appears to be general all over the district.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. Mr. WALSH moved the adoption of the Treasury Note Committee'* report. It was not quite the one be would winh: lie would advUc the Government to relinquish the note issue altogether unless a wore advantageous scheme could be devised, Mr. STEPHENS po'iotcd to the fact that it was in the power of the Government to placc £150,010 worth ot notes in the market, and wiili the money cover their over-expenditure. This should not he allowed. After riome debate, it was discovered that the report hud been altered since the com mittee passed it, The report was ultimately referred back to the committee, to be brought up it* a correct form. Mr. THOlitf, in the absence of Mr. Grooui, brought forwnrd a motion that £200 be granted for the temporary hospital at Toowooinba. Mode an order of the day for Tuesday next, £3800 additional was voted for the enter tainment of th" Dnlte of Edinburgh. Mr. PALMER, moved the KPCoud reading of the i'olynesiau Laborers Bill....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
LKH A REINS' - CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, DECLARED Bf COKfOrsSEPBS TO BR TOB oxvv aooo SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. TIIE success of this most delicious unrivalled Coudiment having caused curtain dealers to apply the name of " Worcei tershive Sauce" to their own Inferior com pounds, the Public is hereby inforu e 1 that the only way to secure the genuine, if to ask for LEA & PERKINS' SAUCE. and to see that their names are upon the wrap per. labels, stopper, and bottle. Suiae of the foreign markets having been supplied with a spurious Worcestershire taw, upon the wrapper and labels of which the names of Lea and Perrins have been forged. L. and P. Rive notice that they hire furnished their correspondents with power of attorney to take instant proceedings against JlaBti.-' . fadurers and Vendors of such, or any other imitations l)y which their right may be la» friuged. Wholesale: and for Export by the Proprietors,. Worcester; Crosso and Bl&ckwell, London, &...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868
LEGISLATIVE COUKCIL. FRIDAV, JANUARY 17. After Pome forma! business. The Hon. L, 1101*15 moved that tlie Sur veyor-General be requested to attend at the bur of the House. Mr. Gregory shortly after wards made tiis appearance, and was examined as to bin opinion with regard to the Land Bill under debute. , The Ilouae afterwards resumed, in commit-1 tee, the consideration of Hie Crown Lauds Sale ! Bill. No amendments of importance were | made, and the Homestead clause* were post-, poned. j The Itouso adjourned at 10 minutes past 10. i