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EFFECTS OF THE HEAT IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

EFFECTS OF THB HEAT IN THE NORTH. 1'iie tiocJchamptbn Bulletin speaking oP (lie weather »a>-s, owing to the troit heal on Tuesday, the ioaJinc of the Queensland; could not lie completed to as to enable her in sail at the advertised time. Several" gangs were put on during tbe day, but each bad to knock off after a ehort time.- The; Corporation meu employed'in forming and metalling the streets were knocked off.at ten o'clock and resumed work at jour co lli# same day, and this plan wns to be kept up during the hot Wfatberi Severe! deaths have occurred from auustruke and exbaus tion. The deaths of three person) were re gistered as having oocurrcd from sunstroke on Tuesday. Theodore Murillet, late waiter in (lie Leicbhardt Uotel; died from tbl* capse at the Victoria Hotel. Thumut Stowart, a carrier who was utaying at tbe Bull's Head, Long Bridge, Went to hit dray after his tea, and died shortly after,; Thou. Mulrays, a laborer, was brought down from Weetwood in tbe train, suffering fr...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

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

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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ALLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

ALL OR A. Mr. F. KATESf Storekeeeper, has been appointed agent for this journal in Altera, from whom copies may be obtained every Monday morning, immediately on the arri val of the coach.

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THE WEATHER AND THE GARDEN CROPS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

THE WEATHElt AND THE GARDEN CROPS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) j The timely rain* setting in nt present arc oil that the gardeners <an require to htart tho <*rops of vecetable* which were getting short; but the ripe f-nit will suffer a g-iotU deal. The dry, hut weather that we have had canned the skins to dry bo that (he fruit appeared to foe hide»bmmd: end the sudden netting in «>f this growing weather causes the pulp of the , fruit to swell fio rapidly that tho skins burst and the fruit i* soon gpoiled with the wet. The uectaiines suffer most at present. ' Ucder present circumstances we roust pat up with the loss. Grapes and ether fruits will | not be fit for making wine if tho wet weather continues. We aru hindered from turning1 ' them to good account by our ffoute of Lordt ' refusing to pass the Brandy Ditiillalion BUI.\ 1 hope, however, to tee this difficulty over come during another session. The bon. mem» ber for Warwick, coupled with th...

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Correspondence. [We do not necessarily hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents] (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

Contsjjonbtiuc. [ We do not neccatarily hold ourtelvct regpon title for the opinion« expretsed by our correspondents ] (To tht Editor of the Examiner and Times.) Sir,-When I read your report of the meet' ing held at the School room of (be Church oi Knglatid I th.-uphi It tneajre ewugb, but of that nobody could complain, as the resolutions which were unanimously passed spoke for tiioinFuiveii. But when toy attention was called (o the report of the same meeting in the Arjjus, I was rcalJy somewhat surprised to find that, for party purposes, I had boon made to eay what I carefully nvoilcd men- j tioning. X stated that I wouM carefully abstain from mentioning names. Nevertheless I was made t» Bay that persons io\o had no businnss to vote did to, and tktse were mostly Roman Orthotics, and that t did not care about their influence. Everybody at the meeting knows that I Raid-nothing '4 tbe sort, «ud mentioned norclighm by name or triid any thing about any body's influence. Sofai-frolu intr...

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THE DUKE'S VISIT TORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

THE DUKE'S VISIT TORI A. The " Australasian" thus speakB of the effects likely to result from the Prince's visit to Australia: " The Duke of Edinburgh has left us at last. On looking back at the method in which he has been received, we do so with feelings of pride. Per haps no other country inclined, as this is, by necessity and accident of circum stance, to democratic feelings, would have played its part so well in a Royal reception. Australia has been hitherto socially ignored, but we are glad to find that when at last her worth is re cognised she can comport herself with good sense. Compare the Prince of Wales's visit to Canada and the Duke of Edinburgh's visit to Victoria, and the difference between die vanity of flunkeyism and the manliness of inde pendent loyalty is apparent. That there has been some toadyism and much absurdity we do not deny, but, os the whole, all will admit that Vic-; toria has achieved the difficult task of receiving a Prince, with cordiality and independe...

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FOREST TREES. (BY OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) HORSE-CHESTNUT. Æsculus Hippooastanum. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

FOREST TREES. (by OUR OWN COKP.ESToM1ENT.) HORSE-CHKBTNOT. A2scu.lvi Ilippocaatanum. The common horse-chestnut U a native of Ab'ib, and was introduced into England in 1629. As an ornamental park tree, few trees excel it, either in the splendor of its bloom or beauty of its foliage. It requires a good loamy soil. As a timber tree it bsi> no pretensions; for although it attaint a large *ize of truok. the quality of the wood is such as to render it of little estimation in the eye of the profitable planter. The foliage and blossom^ will always advocatu the cause of thin live, which, as Dainei Barriugton observes, may be compared to a giiiut iioaoj;«y It watt formerly aiuoh Jtsed as nn avenue tree, both on'the continent and in England, as abundant ?xsniples-are still in existence to prove. We are informed by Evelyn that the horse-chestnut was first brought from Constantinople to Vienns,. | thence into Italy, and so to France, but more immediately to England from the Levant. To the pai...

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THE LATE M. FOULD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

THE LATE M. FOULD. Acliille Fould was the SOD of a Jewish Banker, and was bom in Paris on the 31st Octobcr, 1800. lie was initiated at an early age into business by his father, but as a student of the fine arts he travelled much in the south of France, Italy, and the East. In 1842 he entered political life, and in the Chamber took part almost solely in the discussions on railways, savings banks, indigenous sugar, and kindred subjects. In 1844 he was a member of the commission respecting news paper stamps, lie adhered to the Re volution of 1848, and offered the advice of his experience to the Pro visional Government, several mem bers of which accused him afterwards in the National Assembly of having urged them to extreme measures. lie was elected to the Constituent Assem bly for the department of the Seine. His opinions in the Assembly on vari ous points of political economy-on treasury bonds, savings banks, the duties on liquors, the project of com pleting the Louvre, &c., g...

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COMMERCIAL COMPETITION. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

COMMERCIAL COMPETITION. (2b the Editor cf the Examine* and Timet.) SIB,-One or the noxious weeds that is ever springing up in our garden of cirilie&tioa and commercial progress, \sunfriendliness through business competition in all its various rarnifi cations, producing in the social system an end less crop of petty, needless, and often bitter animosities, diffusing like the upas tree Its withering and poisonous influence to the sur-! rounding plants of mutual sympathy, concord, and hearty co-operation for the public good. I and obstructing the growth of " Itaace on earth and good will to meit.*' To open up to public ridicule this unmanly and unchristian principle, by which one man regards with suspicion and ill»feeling another wuo, possessing advantages in talent or skill, is enabled to compete with him la trade or commerce, is the object of this letter. The nature and tendency of commercial competition is to preserve the balance of the money and labour-powers In society whi...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

^iscellaufous. AMERICA.-Mr. Francis Train thus flpeaks of his native land " This is a glorious country 1 It has larger rivers and more of them, and they art> muddier and deeper, and they run faster, and rise higher, and make more noise, and fall lower, and do more damage, than anybody else's rivers. It has wore lakes, and they are bigger, and deeper, aud clearer, and wetter, than those of any other country. Our rail cars are bigger, and rua faster, and pitch off tlie track oftencr, and kill more people, than all the other rail cars in this and every other country. Oar steam boats carry bigger loads, are larger and broador, burst their boilers oftener, and send up their passengers higher, and tlie captains swear louder than steamboat captainB iu any other country. Our men are bigger, and longer, and thicker, can fight harder and faster, can drink more mean whiskey, chew more bad tobacco, spit more and spit further, than men iu any other country. Our ladies are richer, prettier, dr...

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A SCENE IN THE HIMALAYAS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

A SCENE IN THE HIMALAYAS. Amid all the grandeur of the Himalayas, it ti a moat attractive sight to the naturalist to heboid the vultures and rapacious birds soar ing over the vast ravines and nromni the tops of the mighty mouutaius. Let him choose a summer evening, with that dear blue shy almost characteristic of the Himalayas, and i just AS the sun casts his last rays on the snnw clad mountains-wheu He quiet is only broken by the cry of the eagle, the bleat of the goat, or the shrill pipe of the black partridge-then I the vultures, kites, and jackdaws may be seen whirling in vast circles; some arc gliding I -loug, apparently without an effort, others appear suspended motionless in the vast canopy I of heaven; while careering in his majesty, lamuiergeycr gathers up his great wings and I swoops downwards, mayhap to rise again and I join the medley he has just left, or stretching 1 forth his pimo&s to their fullest extent, he flails along the mountein blow to the project* i iu...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAIM CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Ailora, Spring Greek, Drayton and Toowoomba, on £uudays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8 p.m. Maryland nod the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, at 7'30 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 3"30 p.m. Talgai Keefi Leyburn, western Greek and Goondiwtndi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.Ii. Letters &c, for Glenelg« Warroo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Frasers Greek, are for warded by tbis mail. MAILS abeive PROW Brisbane. Ipswich, Ailora, Spring Greek, Drajton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Reef, Leyburn, and Western Greek on Wednesday, at coon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are rent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters ropostcd bearing stamps which bare been obliterated or defaced. Letters arc registered betw...

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Department of Lands and Works. Brisbane, Nov. 20. 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

Department of Lands and M'oihs, Brisbane. NOT. 20. lfiGS. Sir,-Beferriug to your communication of the 16th August last, regarding a certain bridge* la the vicinity of Warwick and over Dcnckar'* Crook, I have been instructed to ttete that as the bridges in question are within tiie municipal boundarr they should properly be undertaken by the Corporation instead of ibe Gorermneot. i bftve ttic bpoor to bo, Sir, Your obedient flervant, A. O. llEitnenT. To the Worshipful tlio Mayor of Warwick. Town Hall, Warwick, 8th July. 1867. Tbi Honorable the Minister for Publics Works, Brisbane, Sir,-X do tnyaelf the liouor again respect fully to request .your attentfou to the impas sable elate of tbe britfgo over the tiosentbal Creek at the Southern entrance to tfaU town. Since the date of niy last letter, which ex* plained snore folly the great urgency of this wcrk, *nd to which 1 beg to refer yoa, the Coiporatitra have endeavored, but unfortu nately without success, to effect such repairs m would...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

THE SEW STAMP flUTIES. The following duties arc payable under the I new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last;- £ b. d. Drafts and Promissory Notes. For every £50 and under, and . every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 I Bills of Exchange.-{singh) ditto, I ditto ,» ,..,010 I Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or more), each, for every £50 0 O 0 I Receipts.-For all sums of 20s. and I upwards, eacii .. ..001 ' Cheques cr Orders.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Notts.-For every £100 of ! the average annaual circulation 3 0 0 I Deeds of Conveyance of Property, For every £50 and under ?«. *» 0 7 6 Above, ana not exceeding £109 O Iff 0 For every fractional part of £100 above ., ... ». .. 0 15 0 Agreements.-Of the value of £5 and upwards 0 2 6 Note*-Wliero loiters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will bo sufficient for ooo of them to be stamped with a duty of 6s. Bill* of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or a...

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THE MURDER OF THE CLERMONT GOLD ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 January 1868

THE MURDER OF THE CLER MONT GOLD ESCORT. The " Rockhampton Bulletin" states that another link—and an important one, in the chain of evidence in the Mackenzie murders —has been ob   tained by the police. The black troopers, under Lieutenant Uhr and Stokes, have been engaged since the inquiry held at the Bedford Arms in searching the country in the vicinity of the place where the tragedy occurred. We are informed by a gentleman who has just arrived in town, and in whose statement we place implicit confidence, that last week a shepherd, whilst driv ing about five miles from the dam—   Ashcroft's —and about sixty yards off the road to Rockhampton, picked up a one pound note on the Australian Joint Stock Bank, whose number corres- ponds with the number of one of the   missing notes. In a waterhole only a few yards distant from the spot where   the note was found, a pannikin belong ing to Griffin was picked up. It lay in about eighteen i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

LKA & PEBR1NS' CELEBRATED W2RCP3TRSKHE SAUCE,. Di;or..u:F.n bv cositoissepes TO in: THE «*L* ttOMD SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FBAUH. THE success of (his most delicious unrivullc-d Coji^irr<-ot having caused crH'in drah-r* fnappiv ifce name of *. Worcei* terelii'H «?<*" * t!i« ir mvn inlVrirr com pounds the Public iff hriely informed that the only way to Mecurc the genuine, is to esk LTU A* Pr^IUNS* SAUCE, and to sr r that th'-irname* are upon lite torap per. laltte, ttopper, n id botlle Some the foreign markets b&vinp been, BupplieJ with a spurious Worcestershire Sauce, upon the «vrap)>6J' and labels of which the names <tf Lea and Perriui have been forged, L. and P. give tmlicfc that thuy have furnished their correspondents with power of attorney to take instant proceedings against iJanv facturere and Vendors of each, or roj other imitations by which their right may be in fringed. Wholesale and for Export br the Proprietors,. Worcester...

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THe NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

THK NEW STAMP DUTIES. ?I I)1' f-illowing duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on th6 16t November last£ 6. d. Drafts and , Promitsory Ac tea. for every £50 and under, and every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 Bills of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto 0 10 Ditto Foreign (if drawn ill sets of two or lunrc), each, fur every £50 0 0 C Receipts.-For all HUinh of 20s. and Upwards, each 0 0 1 Cheques or Ordtrs.-Ditto, Ditto Q O 1 Bank A'otes.~Wor every £100 of til® average aunaual circulation 3 0 0 Deeds of Conveyance of Property. For every £5o and under .... 0 7 6 Above, and not exceeding £100 ,, 0 15 0 For every fractional part of A'100 above 0 15 0 Agreement*-Of the value of J.5 and upwards 0 8 6 A'ote.-Where letters are produced la court to prove agreement, it will lio sufficient for one of tlieiu to be stamped with a duty of Ss. Sills of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate Drag-cat .. GOG beater, or Agreem...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowgoraha, ou t5u.udays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. Maryland and the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, at 7 30 a.m. and on Thursday*, at tt'SO p.m. TelgAi Reef, Lcyburn, Western Creek and Goonniwindl, 011 Wednesday, at 8 p.m. h.B. Letters &c. for Glenelg, Warroo, Pikedale, Uleiilyon, Toxas, and Frazers Greek, are for warded by this mail. MAILS AUDITS PROM Brisbane. Ipswich, Alh»ra, Spring Creek, Dia>t>n and Toowomihnon Tuesdays, Thurs days, and h?4turdiV8, at 3 p.m. Maryland oil Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 0 p m. Heef, Lcyburn, and Western Creek on Wednesday, nl unon. Letters addressed to places beyemd the cr«hmj hearing an insatficicnt number of stamps on are eent to llio General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also tetters re-flotfed bearing stamps which have been obliterated ordrfa.'ed. Letters are regist...

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Miscellanurous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

IBisceikufotts. WrtUKiKO MEN ron PABLTAMENT.- Mr. fr ight objects to tlie scheme which is being pioinoted by Mr. lYttcr for sending working men to Puiliaiuent. In a letter which was read at a tweeting on the subject on November 5, the lion, member says I Jo not tbink any good can come of effort* to return mcin» be e becausc tbey ore working men. I have no sympathy with landowners, or farmers, or lawyer*, or cutton spinners iu Parliament, and 1 doubt the wisdom of any proposition to return wo»kin? men. I hope the now consti tuencies may be able to discern who is the be-t candidate, and on all occasions to have the sense to vote for lyin, J think the first trrunt thing to b£tlone (6 to secure tne ballot, which would f>o Rtrcngtheu the Liberals as to maUo a real re-distributiou of tscats obtain able" La France, of the evening of November 25, pays that Husala, Austria, Spain, Fortune 1, Itclftiutn, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Switzcr land, Havana, Wurtcmberg, nnd Baden, have hutcm;* vw...

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SYDNEY. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

SYDNEY. January 25. Tatterseu e Club Annual ltace Meeting commenced on Saturday, on the Eandwlck course. The weather was spendldly fine, snd the attendance was immense, H.R.H tbe Duke of Edinburgh sod suite were pre sent. The rases we« altogether must sueowsfttl, and the Princs appeared to enjoy hlmitelf amusingly. There were upw«r<leof twenty thmisanil penpl* on the course. f-fiit ii"y«i the Duhe of Edit*,' Iim' I. l.'nn- .'?!» liri<:'?«fon iin* litb or KJ'i f P' ne plays m the University of Sydney ?ere most- JMiuiirably represented, and tbe fiterts'iuient nu generally successful. in Royal Highness Prince Alfred vrn pre sent. January 26. The plant and property of the Queens land Steain Navigation Company has been parchased by the A.S.N. Company, and the contract has been signed. January 27. His Excellency Sir 6. F. Bowen, late Governor of Queensland, ssils for New Zealand on Thursday next. The anniversary of the foundation of the colony was universally celebra...

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