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

THE feitniitcr aitir ffimts IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every SATURDAY MOBWIKO, fa line fur Hie Outgoing Mails. The amount of Subscription is FIVE * HI L 1J I N Q S per quarter. in nil cases in ulveace. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CII AUG US FOB ADVEU TIS1NG 0. d. Two lines.. I o Four do 2 0 Six do 2 G Eightd.i. 3 0 Every additional Mx lines or under 1s. DISCOUM1 On 13 consocutirc insertions 20 pet cent. 20 " 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their face the number of times tbey are to be in serted ; If aent in without tins specification, such advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly* All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 8 p.m. on Fridays. Orders tor withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, BLrtlit, and Deaths, Se. per Insertion. AGENT IN SYDNKY Meftsrs. Gordon and Gotcli, George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE:- I Mr. Q, D, HAHliiSfj.v, StaUoncrA...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

BIRTH. On the 30th instant at his residence, War- wick, the wife of Mr. Henry Harris of a son.

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GYMPIE DIGGINGS. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 February 1868

GYMPIE DIGGINGS. (From the Guardian.) The following letter has been re- ceived by a gentleman in town from a reliable source, and has been courte- ously handed to us for publication : January 19, 1868. I returned from Gympie on Sunday night. I found the diggings to exceed ail my expectations. It has indeed had a wonderful growth and develop- ment, and the field promises a still more amazing progress in the future. I should estimate the population at from seven to eight thousand souls. Generally the utmost satisfaction pre- vails, in fact, I never heard from any lips a murmer. There are many, no doubt, who are not, as they say, "on gold yet," but then they are sanguine of success, and, indeed, if they could content themselves on good wages, could always get them. There is, as might be expected, also a large loafing class, who never did and never will work if ihey can help it, as in all com- munities. Perhaps a better proof of the sufficiency of the field could not be found than in th...

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DUMMYING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "GUARDIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

I DUMMYING. i TO TIIBBDITflll OF TI1E " GUARDIAN, SIB,-Aa public attention has been "much drawn of late to the subject commonly called "dammj ing," and aa the opinion is generally entertained Ibat, whether the system pursued be absolutely illegal or not, it is at least, morally wrong; I wish, with your assistance, to explain tbe matter to those who may not Uavo bad an opportunity of hearing the whole case stated. Ia the first placo I would point out that there are tiro classes of men who appear hitherto to have availed themselves rf tlio use of "dummies." The first are proprietors of runs who wished to save laod, already in their occupation, from being taken away from them; and the second are entire strangers who take up the couutry rb a specu lation. With the first of tbese classes all roust bare some sympathy, with the second there can be none. I will first consider the position of the former class-and to do so I will take a case net entirely hypothetical. I will suppose a person ...

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THE FRENCH VINTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

THE FRENCH VINTAGE. The little country town of Argenteuil, on the Seine, where in summer Paris ians come in knot and couples to eat crisp fried gudgeons and savoury "maletotte," in bowers of hop and arbours of vine, and to breathe a little of the air which comes so fresh over the river and the green hills, is just flow in an effervescent state of excite men. The great work of the'year is going on there. The loaded vines are being shorn of their purple and green treasures. The slopes are alive with myriads of labourers; the heavily laden carts dyed with the luscious juice slowly' wend along the dusty roads; in a word, it is vintage time at Argen j teuil. A sort of fair for the hire of labourers is held on the eve of the vintage, and is one of the most ex traordinary scencs anybody can imagine. Early in the afternoon small groups wend their way towards the town from every village and town in the environs, and gradually swell into a vast population. Every road, every path ib filled wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

By Order of (be Mortgagee. H. C. RANSOME WILL sell by public auction, on SATURDAY, (THIS DAY), Feb ruary 8lli, at bis NEW BALE BOOMS. ralmerin-Btreot, Warwick. TlieTollowiiig Household Furniture. 1 Square Table Sofa 2 Washstands Meat Safes 2 Single Bedsteads Wardrobe Chairs Sideboard 1 Palliasses Double Bedstead i-c, &c" &o. Terms cahh. Without the (lightest Reserve. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. 498 j HOBSKS!! liQBSES!! HOESES!!! Unreserved title of Broken-fn lloi-K^N, from the IleLeay HIver, on Tuesday Next. H, G. RANSOME HAS received instructions from Mr. G. II. G. Drcbuer to sell by public auction, at Mr. Burden's Sale Yards, ou TUESDAY NEXT, I'EBBUARY 11. TWENTY HKAD of veil B token-in Horses, fit for immediate use, either for the road or for stock purposes. The above will be sold without the slightest reserve, Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. 49r . Terms-Cash. To Capitalist* and Others. FOR PRIVATE SALE LT BPB1NG CREEK H. C RANSOME HAS for private sale, the fo...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

JmpnVings At Allora, from Glengallan pAddock on (ho ' 31 si jAnuary, 1866; bay Ally, WJ3 near shoul der; prey mnre, like W ovur6 near shoulder; grey hnrsc, like over T near shoulder; bay marc, star, I) over 1 near shoulder j bsy filly, Oover JRC(tUe JBconjoined), near shoulder ; 1 brown horse, blase, like II m*er W6 over Sit | near shoulder, like TB off shouller; chcsnut filly, star, near hind foot white, MT uenr , shoulder; bay filly, star, unbranded; bay colt, | blase, off bind and near fore feet white, like ! MO or MG neat shoulder; b&ycolt, star, *?* 1 over T near shoulder; black colt, star, near I hind foot white, over T near shoulder; bay I mare, etar, like W over B in diamond Rear | shoulder, bay foal at foot, unbranded; black mare, blase, *-* over T near shoulder, with a j foal at foot, unbranded; black mare, star, like 0 over L off shoulder; bay horse, like MG near shoulder, AW conjoined off shoulder, 331 off ribs; bay colt, blase, near hind foot white, like WO near...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the firiibane papert,) MARYBOROUGH. February 4. A new rush lias taken place twu miles on the Maryborough road. The popul&tioD on the diggings it rapidly Iuficauiug.

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY FEB. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

|ljtrlrmntitfari) Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TCESDAV, FEB. 4. The SPEAKER announced tbo receipt of the report of the Auditor-General 011 the public accounts fur the year ending Decem ber 31,1867, which was ordered to be printed. Mr. PUGII brought up tlie report of the select committee on Prison Diacipliuc. Mr. WALSH preieutod the report of tfat: select committee appointed to inquire into I the working of the Treasury No tea tytitem. Mr. STEPHENS gave uoticu uf certain i resolutions, affirming tlie ncccesiiy of nioiu- { taining Inriolaole tho becrccy of messages i sent by the electric telegraph. I Mr. ARCHER presented a petition from j several inhabitants of Uocklianipion against tlie passage of the " Bottle Dill" through the i House. In reply to n question put by Mr. PUGII, without notice, tlie MINISTER FOR WORKS stated that the wages of those laborers and others on the Dal by line, under Mr. Bourue'e resumed contract, whom the House had empowered the Government to pay, wer...

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IPSWICH. February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

IPSWICH. Febm&ry 3. Tim Assizes commenced to day, before Chief Justice Cockle, The bn*ines» WAS light, there bring no civil cases. The crimittal list in- j eluded two cases. | Thomas Anderson, charged with cattle-, stealing, wan found guilty, and was sentenced to three years* imprisonment. < The trial of two Spoolers, charged with a J similar offence, was postponed till next j assized, * I

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TO JOHN DOUGLAS, ESQ., M.L.A. PER FAVOR OF THE "GUARDIAN" [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

TO JOHN DOUGLAS, ESQ., M.L.A. PER FA Von. OF TUE " GUARDIAN" Sjk,-In the report of your speech {vide ; Guardian) made in the Legixlativc Assembly 1 ou Friday last, upun the" Revininti of ibe Klectoml-roll at Warwick," I find you tax me. | together with otlior magistrates, who you say : sat upon that so-called revision v.ith being' actuated with motives other than public motivet. ' Now, Sir. in reply f will simply sty that such j an assertion, if made by yen, is a gross mis* repiesenUtiou; and, in making it you must have drawn strongly npnu your imagination for facts {I believe that jg parliamentary lan cua;;e.) I never eat on the liccch at all upon that occasion, atid I would a'Jvieo ooe who so atrungly objects in the Uoute to having 1 motives imputed to him, to exerci^o a little more care in sifting bis information before ; he acts apon it, and imputes motives to others, i who from their position outride the JToute, ; have not the prmicpe of anstrering such j misrepresentations at ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

BOCKHAMPTON. rcbrnnry 4. The municipal elections took jil&ce to-day. MuH6i'fl, Grant, Ferguson, Furcombe, Dick, rind Baraett were elected without oppovition. Alderman Hunter was reflected Mayor, Alderman Grant declining to aocrpt tbat office.

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THE WARWICK MAGISTRATES [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

THE WARWICK MAGISTRATES In the House of Assembly on Fri day last, this subject was again brought before the House, when the following remarks were made; Mr. CLARK rose to more the adjournment oft be House fur ibe purpose of correcting certain statement* made respecting; the Bevi. ! flion Court of* Warwick by the lion, member | (V Kattein Djwiis a few days ugo' In briog I ing tbe matter before the notice of bon. metu bem, he did so simply for the purpose of cor recting certain statements which bad betm made on the occasion referred to, and which lie believed, and would be able to prove, were utterly unfounded and incorrect. He did not. | however, wish to say one word which would [ be likely to create a bitter debate, or to cauue | Hon. members to use uuaeemly language in difCUtfsinff the matter. He would leave it for . bon. members to judge, after he bad made his j explanation, as to whether the conduct of the : bon, member for Eastern Downs, in making the statements that lie had, wa...

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SYDNEY. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

SYDNEY. February 8. The lTioce will visit itii«uane on tlie 2zna instant, on board H.M.8, Challenger. On his return trip to bydney be will call at Newcastle. His Royal Highness attends the cricket ?natch in the Domain to-morrow. Cbislinlins, drapery house was robbed yesier.lay of a quantity of sitkt. H.M.ti.S. Galatea commenced landing her Runs to-day, preparatory to going into dock for examination and repairs. The Yacht Club match to day was a success ful affair, and was won by Mr. f.W, Wilshire's yacht Haidee. H.li.li. The Duke of Edinburgh will be pre- j suited witli a Bible to-morrow. February 4- i The presentation of a Bible to the I'rince by tin children of tlie Nonconformist schools took place to-day. Thirty thouwad spectators were present, and the affair was a great sue- | cess in every way, The Prince was present at the aboriginal cricket match in the afternoon. The weather is fine Mr. Montgomery drew a crowded bouse at the Pritiee of Wales Theatre yesterday evening'. Ho pl...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN SYDNEY. We make the following extracts from the long accounts furnished by ttis Herald: When the ships were fairly outside, and the Gaiatea was descried about fire miles in the distance to the couth-east of the Beads, there was a bun of satisfaction on board each of tho steamships. As tliey approached ,the spleudid frigate, about which so much hts been'written since Iter arrival in Aus tralian waters, all eyes were turned towards her, and there was but one opinion expressed of tier beautiful proportions, immense uize, and noble appearance. It was au advantage, moreover, to have the privilege of seeing her in a heavy lumbering tea-an advantage which the people of the other colonies have Dot enjoyed. We need hardly say that she appeared to ride over the seas in tlie easiest possible manner; and when ahe steamed ahead after the fleet reachcd Iter, it might be truly said that " ahe walked the waters like a thing of life." Wbeu the leading chips of the fleet were...

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MELBOURNE. Frebruary 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

MELBOURNE. Frcbruary 4. j The block-ship NEIBOU Iiib arrived from Entfjivd. The elections (hat have already takeo place have resulted in the return of five Oppositionists etid twenty.Sve Ministerial.

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PROGRESS OF THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

PROGRESS OF THE RAILWAY. The wdrits on the railway, thanks to the i indefatigable exertions nf Mr. Brady, and those acting with him. are pmpis&ing a*, rapidly as can be expected. At this end of the line, preparations are being made for com* mencing the railway station And poods shed, the successful tenderer for tlw. latter being,' we understand, a Mr. Gurgdtt, *>f Hrisbaue. There aic some dozen men employed iu iini^li ing the cmbanUinohl at this end. The bridge acrotts the creek is nearly finished, the only portion requiring to be completed being a part of the " decking." This bridge is a most substantial and handsome piece of work, and reflect* (lie highest credit upon the contractor, Mr. Mncdonald, We are happy in being able to place at the disposal of our readers inform ation and reference to the progress of the line which we trust may be the more acceptable inasmuch as the source from which it is derived is, we believe, perfectly reliable. Our informant states that he...

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CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. Moon's Changoe. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

CALENDAR FOR FEBRUABY. Iftwa'a tfbang .«?. I )«t Quarb*. 2nd..2i!7 p.m. PUIIMoob Btli ...M7 p.m LastQaartr lfiUi ...7.28 ji.to. Kaw Muon SMth ...0.92 a m. Sun iti-**. bcia. S.H8 C.50 8<b " ... 5.43 ...... C.4S 15th ,, ... fi.4* 6.40 22nd " ... 5.63 P.8S S9. Nelson, No» Zealand, founded, 1642 Sun '4TH SOMDAT afted EPIPHAK* SAl. [pnwicli Assises. 4Tc. "Swan River discovered, 1697 6 W. First Judge bj>. at Melbourne, 1811 6TH. Black Tliuraday, 1851 7 P. U.ll 8. Orpbeus wrecked. 16C2 8:8. 1st pared Queensland sugar sold, 18<!6 8 Sun. SBPTOAOesiMA'SuNDAY [ceased, 1858 10M. Transportation to Eastern Australia 11 (Tc. |Mel. pub. library opened. 1886 M|W. Hargrares di». flold in N. 8. W" 1851 IB To. Burke ft Wills crosscd Australia, 1861 14 P. 18'. Valentine's Day 168. |" Examiner and Timet" eltab. 1667 l<t5u«. SmaEsiHa SOKDAY 17 M. list Wool Ship from Moreton Bay, 1881 18 To. WW. SOTil Gtov. Collins landed in Tasmania, 1801 Martin Luther die 1,1B10 Gnvemu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

THE ' iamhtcr aitir Ciiitcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Rvery MTVB8AV IIORN1NG, to lime for tbe OntgoliiK Mailt*. Tbo amount of Subscription is FIVE ? HILLINGS per quarter, in all cages in ulvance. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING s. d. Tiro lines 1 .0 Four do 2 0 Six do. 2 6 Eight ds 3 0 Every additional six lines or under la. DiauocM On 18 consecutive insertions SO per cent, SS " 88 " AU Advertisements must specify on tiieir face the number of times they are to be in serted; if sent in without this specification, such advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 6 p.m. on Fridays. Orders tor withdrawal or alteration must be written. Hon-subscriber' advertisements must be paid lor previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per Insertion. AGENT IN SYDNEY Messrs. Gordon and Gelcli. George-Street' AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. G. O. HaasisoK,Stationery News Agent, Scho...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, February 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

femincr attir Ciittts. BATDRDAy, February 8, 1868. In our contemporary's issue or the 5 th : . instant we observe another conglome-1 ration of malevolence and absurdity, I the irate author of which, after giving! .Us a pathetic episode of electoral notices having been issued from the Warwick Police-office "sufficient to break down the stoutest mail horse on the roads," diverges to a coquette's idea of "eternal attachment," illus trates his philosophical ideas by " salt ing a mare's tail," and winds up his maundering remarks by informing his readers " that we had an idea"--(what a novel sensation he must haye expe rienced) -" which we have not quite abandoned, of publishing the dummy evidence," but benignly informs us that we have hitherto escaped an nihilation through a "feeling of mercy" having bo far restrained him. We must be more or less than mortal if we could unconcernedly read the fiery de nunciations of this literary Salamander, who implies that at a moment's notice the swor...

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