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A CAVALRY CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

A CAVALRY CHARGE. Bredow, under cover of some undu lating ground, formed his regiment in "echelon" of squadrons, for the attack of the guns. The first squadron he kept towards bis right to covcr the flank of his attack from any Austrian cavalry which might iie in that direc tion, the second and fourth squadrons he directed full against the front of the battery, aud supported the second with the third as a reserve. The squadrons moved forward in perfect lines, slowly and steadily at first, seeming to glide over the field, gradually increasing their pace, regardless of the tremendous fire directed upon them, which emptied some saddles. When within a few hundred paces of the battery they broke intd a steady gallop, which in creased in rapidity at every stride that brought the horses nearer to the Aus trian line. All the time of theii advance the gunners poured round after round into them, striving with desperate energy to sweep them away before they could gain the mouths of the cannons...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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MELBOURNE. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

MELBOURNE. January 25, Tho lutercnionial cricket milch neiwren sixteen of Taemania and «!ov«o of Victoria resulted in an ea«y riotory fur the former Jannarj 27. The bnrqne Schalbia ie aabore on the Marco Polo Beef. Cowra, tlie winner of the Tasmania!) Metropolitan Champion Haniiicap, liai been disqualified, And the prize liaa been awarded to Strop, who rau second. News received from Auckland, dated the gth initant, 8titen that during a hurricane at Botong* (lie master and main nf (tic M&uuntr \Ttru drotvned.

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

focal jnftlliyncc. M I'.l'EOROLOGIC AI. OBSERVATIONS, WAKWJCK. The following are the readings o( the barometer and tliermometer i'or the past week, taken at the Telegraph; Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: BABUHCTER. TlIEBttDHCTEB. MAX. MIK ' Saturday .. 28857 .... 860 .. 620 Munday .. 28 321 .... 870 .. <12 0 Tuesday " 88 337 .... 87 0 .. C3 0 H'edniwUf .. 28388 .... 82 0 .. fi.5 0 Tliuriday .. 28862 .... 830 .. 020 Friday .. 28 SM ..... 84'') .. CH> Rainfall aiace fait (rale 0-300 inclics. The following goods, per Lady Bovren steamer from Sydney, have ar rived in Ipswich /or Warwick;-10 chests tea, 40 packages groceries, 3 trunks bools, Davis, Harris,; and Co. The Warwick Hospital is an institu tion which at all times claims our sym pathy and support, and it is satisfac tory ? to Jeara that it is in a prosperous and flourishing state! ' It will be seen from the balance sheet of the past year, that, although the monetary state ol the times has not been ve...

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THE FENIAN DEPUTATION AT THE HOME OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

TIIC FEN TAN DEPUTATION AT THE llO.Ylli OFFICE. IMisiiaHt to re-ioltilimi "lect in" IkM I'll < "k-iii. rnvi-il green 0:1 .?Sunday, a d-puUtion. I. by llr. Holei,. tended at till- Itnnm Ollioa yesterday for the purpose ut C8uiii)en(ioit » nscnwrml. prajuag for a coiDBiOlatiHB el th« sentence «f ilcath u|»i:i the four men now awaiting H'eir "ecu tion at *. Nuw |M«ey, Mwdie-ti-r. '1 lie de putation w« «'t lh« staiicasn Iiv tho iifiU-«-U«JMr, vilm handed --1'- 1 Mr. Finlen stood "» 'he "U,'1IS °'"A ,ra'1 tl,B document I- hiui»-lf. »»rt S""'" jjttlu cogitation npon .its contents, foiced his wav siainst the will "f <hu ofln-e-Sn:.'!" r ? in'o .» a,it-.-n.om. am! sail somewhat. im|.c." | atively, "Klio'v tin; deprntn.n nutation one oHer -b- ..th.-r. .icc .idm/thMii.-i 1« | for the "'"V'.'' table, M'. t-'ini«;ti,w.:h "> llr . , Bai,l."l nm s-m Hi.' i'- '"- !;'--i-.-i,ry will 1 ll0tSi. ,a, you, i-.i. i«,,e . '» '"H "Nu^cmbei 1x1^7. " i-ir -I sm directed by 51'. Scvrk...

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MR. DOUGLAS AND THE WARWICK MAGISTRATES. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

MR. DOUGLAS AND THE WARWICK MAGISTRATES. (COMMUNICATED.) If Mr. Douglas has ever read, he certainly has not profited by, the Biblical axiom-" But the tongue can no man tame; it it an unruly evil,fall of deadly poison." For I observe, by the Parliamentary rejtortk of the 25th instant! that during 4 discussion upon a motion made by him onent the Eastern Downs Electoral Roll, he indulged in an insane attack upon the proceedings af the. Warwick Bench, and wound up hisincdherent remarks by asserting that Messrs. Green, Clark, AVienholt, and Wildash had conjointly assisted to disfranchise 300 electors of this district. If the flagrant absurdity and flagitious statements whielr nave lately characterised Mr. Douglas's political career had not been so often exposed, I certainly should have been surprised at the culpable and disgrace*' ful ignorance manifested by him when enunciating his views upon the motion in question. , Surely respect for his position as a law maker and his status as a ma...

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EDUCATION IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

EDUCATION IN QUEENSLAND, j While tht* 1Ioua> v,-a< in Coimnitui'; of Supply o" Weiincsday last, the iol- ; lowing <W)ulo look place on the grant> lor education : }Ir. r.M.MRU moved. - " 1 lint HIT.00-> In1.' granted fur eiluc-:iti.»n, vi*., primary M-hunl*, ' £16,030; I'i'ir school, i'l.f.ioO." He iMi! J been ill hope* that he wouM have been atjlo In , reduce the Vou-; but ns n gnu lunar tc'inil in | Itri*bane h;id Ikcosuc-or nearly lioeo.nc :iu j e-t«l>li<'h";e:itl l>e atraM that the : went could not lft'c jew »h:si« £17.010. if, J>..rtilile, the sum re^tlircd'for the grammar i wh '<'1 wwlJ be t{Jirii. from/the »"'-e P1'" j maiy schools. .. ! Mr AnrnEn was surry that the vote had »r! | ven inciv w-d. Ho had rc-eived cumplHinu , f om the Northern districts of Hie want uf | schools tliere. He hoped that the tiOVcrnnii-Mit I wouldnot try tocut this item dowu, but en {(envoi to spread education over the ca'.'iuy us ; iniieh ...

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

WARWICK HOSPITAL. Tlit; annual meeting "f the Governorsof the Warwick Hospital was held in the Town Hall oh Mnmlay aftenioin last. for the purpose of receiving the animal reports, and forth© elec tion ot officers for the present y^ar. The Vf n. Archdeacon (Jlenhib was voted to the chair, and niter reading (he mlvortise. ment couvening the meeting, he culled upon (ho &ei;i«tary to read the Annual Reports which were as follows Fifth Annual Report. The Committee. in presenting the Fifth Annual Heport of the Warwick Hospital desire to congratulate the public upon the micceRS which bus attended their exertions throughout the past year, in the Exporting of the institution. Through the continuance of the Government ftubsidy, the Committee have heen enabled to make several neccssary improvements, by the erection of substantial fence And gates in front of the Hospital: a dead house which wag urgently required, and also internal alterations, which have tended to the comfort acd well* ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Britbane paperj.) MARYBOROUGH. ? January i The escort liti been delayed, in come quence of (he rain, hut wu to start poli ticly this morning. Claims on the Ooe-Mile Creek hare been registered, on account of tbe water coming in upon them. There is a great deal of washing going oo tin higher ground.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1868 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

idilr Ctntfs. I SATORDAY, FEBRUARY 1. i 808 THE igmarks made by Mr. DOUGLAS j upo^ifle revision or th« Electoral Roll I fcy die Warwick Bench of Magistrates' .bow how completely political feeling get* the better or that gentleman's .ease-of troth; Tho bon. member in j hie speech state* that three hundred j voter* had been struck off the Roll in the Warwick district,, and when in formed that he was mistaken, and that notice only had been given to totem to prove their qualifications, he Moepted the correction, and acknow ledged tiat he only spoke from hearsay and trolled to a certain informant. Who til at informant is we can pretty well guess. .His disgraceful conduct bu been exposed on the Bench and fromthe Bench, and he naturally giyes vent to hts epite against the brother magistrates by inventing calumnies which impose upon the credulity of the too-confiding member for the Eastern Downs. ? Mr. DODOLAS, in the course of his ranaxks, said that, as certain members «f the Warwick Bench...

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MR. J. DOUGLAS AND THE WARWICK MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

MR. J. DOUGLAS AND THE WARWICK MAGISTRATES. In the House of Assembly, on Friday, 24th inst., the following debate took place: Mr. DOUG Lis said he rose to move the adjournment of the House in order to call the attention of the Colonial Secretary to a circumstance that had been brought under his notice by some of his constituents. Although he had not made any further inquiries with regard to it, he felt justified in bringing the matter under the notice ol the House. The Bench at Warwick had lately, in the exercise of their discretion, and under powers with which they were invested under the Electoral Act, caused a revision of the roll-a pre liminary revision, such as was described in the Act as me which might take place in the months of November and | December, and at which examination j Magistrates were entitled, and enjoined, i in fact, to strike off any persons on the Electoral roll, whom thev might know to iiave ceased to reside in the district, or to be disqualified under the qu...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

Correspondence. | ( To thi Editor of the Sxtnintr an4 JSmii.) £ib,-A» one of j»ur tubicribem, I sbitb feol obliged if yon wlll*fli>rd «pace in ytnor . columns for the iniertlim of my letter to Mr. . Jolin Ddagl«», vrliiob appeared in tlx Guar dian of the S7tli instant, and also liU reply, in tbe Courier of the 28tli. in»l«nt, which I .hail not allow to remain unanswered. [ We do not ntctttarily hold ounetvzt reffon* tible Jor the opiniont itpretted by our* corrttpondenti] I Bin, Sir, Your obedient-servant, F. J. C.WlMUfitl. Canning Donne, Janunry 30.1S68. [It was our intention, seeing that the, letters were of local importance. to* insert them. -ED. "Ex. and T."]"

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

NOTICE. The circulation of this Juwrttl kaxing increased, and circu lating ex it does in all parts of the Botmt, it offers the lest medium for ADVERTISING.

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TO F. J. C. WILDASH, ESQ., J.P. PER FAVOR OF THE "COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

TO F. J. C. WILDASH, ESQ*, J.P. rtfi VATOB or THE ** COURIER." SIB,-In a letter addressed to m» in the Guardian of this date, you state that },as a member of Parliament, have mentioned your name with thoae or other gentieme'i in a man lier 1 would not have dared to do under any other circumstances. In Raying this you fol low the btd example set you by Mr. Palmer, who, in his plaoe in Pariiaroent, said the Very eame thing to me i and who, altei asms bsslta> tion on the part of the Speaker, eras ruled out of order. Ton are much mistaken, howerer,. if you think that I am to be deterred from, aaying either in or out of Parliament what I feel called upon to say. I shall certainly not be prevented from expressing my opinion by the terrorism wliiah vou and Mr, Palmer apply to ate, and if you Sitioh from anything I now say you must remember that yon bate brought it on yourself. I now refer yon to the very correct report In. tlie Courier of the remarks t made, to which you take exception ...

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

ifaRWICK. Mr. J. MILLAR, Bookseller, has then appointed agent for the sale »f this Journal* and is also author- \ tied to receive advertisements and I erder* for printing.. I

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

A L L 0 R A . Mr. F. KA TE% Storekeeper, hat' been appointed agent for this journal in Allow, frorhyehoto copies may be obtained et&jf . Monday morning, immediately on the arri val of the coach.

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

WARWICK CEMETERY. An adjourned pnUliC meeting wai held in' the Town Hall on Monday evening last, f»r.j the purpose of nominating trustees (or the Warwick Cemetery. < Mr. J AS. MOBOIK again was in the chair, and after a few remarka in reference to the I .reasons for holding this adjourned meeting. lie read the following letter which he had received1 from the Miniater for Lands, and which he (the chairman) would be guided by that night Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, Jan. 23rd, 18<- 8. SIR.-Beferring to my letter of the 7th nit. in which you were requested to he good enough to convene a public meeting for (lie purpose of nominating gentlemen to serve aa trustees to the Warwick Cfemetcry. I have the lienor to state that if any of the several denominations prefer to elect ttosteea within their respective congregations they are at illierty to proceed in sued manner; but <n n» cs«e can the Govern ment appoint more than one trustee fur each denominati...

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WESLEYAN CHURECH, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

WESLEYA.N CHDECH, WAR WICK. The anniversary Mi-vices in connection wilh this church was held on Sunday lust. In ihc morning and evening Vermont wen oreeclied by the Rev. A. Ralledee, of Ten letGeld. The congregations were Urge, and a treat of no ordinary character was nffiiMed by the eloquence of the rev. gootlf. man. Although quite a young man, Mr. Ratledge !? a preacher of which the Wee leyans way indeed be proud of. His eer tooija were listened to with great interest, IW left ? favorable impression on the con negation". Wednefdayevening the anniversary tMt meeting took place in the Wesleyan Gbl|>el, and was very well attended. The tattles were provided gratuitously by the ladwt, and too Much credit cinaot be ec oamed them for their endeavours to please It at to eatKff the tsttes of the viei tors. The tables were loaded with nil des cription' of fiaitry, and also a very nice assortment of fruit, including a lar»e qtmn tity of grapes kiixiiy presented iiy Mrs. Si. G. R. Cure. Al...

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TO JOHN DOUGLAS, ESQ., M.L.A. PER FAVOR OF THE "GUARDIAN" [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

TO JOHN DOUGLAS, Esft., M.L.A. PER FAVOR OF THE " GUARDIAN" SIB,-I ace by the daily papers of Saturday that yon hare thought proper, under the pro tection afforded you «. a member of Farlia fnt. to mention myjiame with thou of other itlemen io a manner you would nut dare to under any other circumstances. In alluding 0)0 you have been perfectly refirdle.n of. facta, and according to four own adrolK>i»a, the truth nf what ynu aaid of others depejidoa entirely npon beamy, nnd from my owns, knowledge of yonr friend end informer, ynur Information la ranch more likely to tie false tban true, or a cunningly. devised mixture of both. 1 am not a magjafrate. nor liave I had anything whatever to <ln with the revision nf the electoral rnlln referred to in your speech. He who would aspire to the character nf a censor riorum or guardian of |inbtU> morality, sboulfl himself be above inipicion, an I in assuming that position which Vtro .Amid appear to do, you may claim to M tlie ve...

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FOREST TREES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) ORIENTAL PLANE. ([?]atanus Orientalus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

FOREST TREES. (PBOH A. COBBE8PONDEKT.) ORIENTAL PLANE. (Piatanui OritnUlut.) ? Tbf* is a very mt«re*tiag and highly orna mental tree. Although not euffed forexten-- . . Five cultivation, it io n*Terthelesfl a tree which nhouid be found where there U any atturopt at decora tiro planting. The oriental plane is a r&tireofthe Levant. !ivr*« Introduced*mt*i LV/fflsrn' /rbotft i£4S. The RomnnB introduced it into Iloly frowtbe Bftinc pl&ee, and tsp&red neithrr coat nor pain* in its cultivation. Ciceio 4&d Hortenaitt* an* «a<d to hare been *o partial to this. tre£ that they spe&t much time i»» Attending to the tut*; ii ration >of ft. It it aaid of Xerxes that/ find ing a plane tree of extraordinary beauty and: duaensious* he halted his army to pitch hit ? tent under its shade, Jtedeofeed it with a golden chain, and canned a goldoo medal to be«trock engraved w ith the Imago of Hie tree, which he wore ever after. Hooter mentions 4 sacrific...

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

^iwertiscmtnts. M. ill, KITE or ST. TflOMA8*8 ttOSKT*M4!lp0ir, 8UR8E9N & ACCOUBHEOS, &fr, ' : tfALMERIN-STREET,^ ' WARWICK. «i C. BEEVOR DAVENEY, STOCK, 8 TATION, AMD LAND AGENT Grafton.aircet, WAEWICK. 477 To NplittFiv, Kcncern, and Men i wud uuderstanil Wiring. A Number ol good competent hau ls required for Wire mid cither Fencing. Apply t<» A. WIENHOLT, Msryrale lttli January, 1SG8. 464 rGH'S ALMANAC FOR 1868. Agent fur Warwick, 470 H. C. XVOOLCOTT. Extract of Brewers' Yeast. HARPER TWELVECREES' "YEAST ItlNE," i* miperior to Brewers' Ye*#t or Bikini Powder fur ranking Light, Sweet, , and WlinlenomO Bread. It is always readv i and ante to net, sod the most ignorant cannot mistake in dsing It. Sold in small Packet* and Canisters by all Storekeepers. , HARPER TWELVnTRF.ES' GOVERN-1 MENT BIAOKIN'O is descrredly popular for its aoftMas, htfllinncy. and oiidnring quality. Bold in Oilskin Packets, and in Bottles br all fitorelf'pors; and wJinlcs«lc I liy H.irj...

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