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GARDENLNG FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

OABDENLNG FOR TUB MONTH. | Daring dry weather gather any kind of fruit *8 (t ripens i peachea and other fruit which ware too tender to be budded during tlie pre ceding may now be subjected to that operation. Broooll and a few of the principal table vegetables, ancb as cabbage, peas, tur uips, Cairo ts,wnlons, leek", and salads, alionld lie sown. Eschalots should now be taken up it the leaves appear to. decay. Thin out to about six inches apart tlie spinach and turnips to doable that distance which was sown the early put of last month. Flant out Brussels Sprouts, And continue to gstiier atticl^B for pickling; remove all failing crops as anon as tlioy cease to yeild profit; onenmber and tnehni beds tnust be daily Inspected. In tbe flower garden, now is the best season for observing the effect of the arrangement of colours of dahlias, and if any alteration is deemed necessary, it should be carefully nrted down, which will greatly facilitate its execu tion In tlie proper scuon for plant...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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CHARGE OF A FRAUDULANT BANKRUPTCY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

CHARGE OF A FRAUDULANT BANKRUPTCY. The 'arrest of a gentleman named John Sid ney, in Melbourne, (lite or Dalby,) on Thurs day, on a charge of fraudalent^iniolvency, *u briefly recorded in tbi Age of yesterday. Tha prisons; appeared at the City Folic* (Court, yeaUiiday, and from the statement of Mr. Aaptnall, who had been retained for the proaeentlon, il would appear that the charge la of . moat eerloui and extraordinary charac ter. The Moused waa formerly a storekeeper at Dalby, Queensland. In (he course of fauai neat transactions he became largely indebted to Meaara. Newton, Brother & Oo^.uorchants, of 8yduey. Laal November he was indebted to tnstn io'the anm of£10,000, and by arrange ment be assigned or was supposed to assign to them as lite only cteditor* the whole of bis real and (Masons! estate, which appeared to include several very valuable allotments in Dalby, Queensland. Sidney, accompanied by hia wife and daughter, left Dalby, passed through Sydney and came to Melb...

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THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

THE PANAMA MAIL. The Panama mail steamer arrived in Sydney on the evening of January 31, bringing news'from England to December 15. London, November 30,' The market for Colonial Government securities shows a slightly better ten dency, there being an advance of half per cent, on some New South Wales and New Zealand debentures. Quotations are as follows: -New South Wale? Government 5 uer cents., 1871 to 1879, January ana July, 98 to 100; 5 per cents., 1888 and 1895, January and July, 96& to 9741 Queensland 6 per cents., 1884-5, Jan uary and July, 102 to 103; South /Australian Government 6 per cents., 1878, 107 to 109; Tasmanian 6 per . cents., 104 to 106; Victorian Govern ment 4 per cents., 1891, January and July, 112 to 113; Victorian, April to October, 110 to 112. ' London, December 15. The Fenian excitement still con tinue*, and great alarm prevails. On December 12, Clerkenwell Gaol, in London, was blown up, and three persons killed and forty wounded. Public funeral process...

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

j NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN.. The nomination of aldermen to fill the vacancies iti the Council, occasioned by the retirement bv rotation of Messrs. Hon*, Thornton, and Burden, took place at the Town Ball, on Monday lent, at noon. Tbere - was a pretty fair .number of rat*pajter«< pre sent, aud more interest War evinced than we hive seen on two or three occasions pre viously. The MA FOB staled the object of tbe meal in«, and then'lead 'lie nominations rtfaieh had been sent iu, which were «s follow* (1) J. L. Boss, (2) E. L. Tli<.rnt<ii), (3) D. Uugden, (4) J. Hor«iti, (5) J. Let h bridge,. (0) W. C. Balls. The Mayor said lie would merely state that the ratepayers might con gratulate themselves run the choice ofoapdi dates. It was not for hi", to ufier.«n opinion as to the merits of the candidates, but hoped, that the three best men would bt returned. He called upon the candidates to«ddrcBK the electons in tho order in which the nomina tions bad been read....

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ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, FECEDAEV 5. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

ALLORA PlfiTTY DEBTS COU11T.. WEDNESDAY, FECEDAEV 5. . fBelora the Police Magistrate.? J. 0, 8. Uegarty v. Lower.-£6 10f for jgoOiU sold. Mr. Addcnbrooke appeared Tor the de fendant. Verdict for the plaintiff for 5i. Biidsen v Lower.-(rood* fiold end deli vered. Mr. Addeiibrooke appeared for the* defendant. Plaintiff was nonsuited* Lower v. Ryan.-£L 4s 2d for goods sold and' delivered. Mr. Addenbronkc appeared for the plaintiff, _ Verdict for ^lahtUJT with corU. l<ower*\ Speed.-13 lis Oil fur ftoodn cold* and delivered. Mr. Addonbrooke for tlie de fendant. Verdict for the plaintiff, for-£1 4* 2d with c«»ptg. Several of the ca«*8 act dowo for hearing to-day were settled out of Court. Carr!er6' licenses wore grunted-to Henry Owyune, licury Black, and Edward Sparki man.

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

WARWICK CEMETERY. A nesting of lb# members of the Church of England was held in St. Mark's School room, ou Monday night last, fur the purpose of nominating e candidate^ as ijrustnu for the Warwick Cemetery. The VfO. Archdeacon GLENNIE occupied th» chair, and after opening the meeting with prayer, staled Ibc object of (be meet in*. C. Cl.tBK, Esq., begged to propose Mr. J. L. Roes BE a trustee to represent the Ohorcb of England, and iu doing said he lielieved the nomination would b« acceptable to all the congregation. He knr<v of no man who would more faithfully do his duty than Mr. Bosg, and ae he had filled various offices connected with the public institutions of the town »ith credit,lie helieved lie woliM faith fully pirfrm bis duty as trustee for the cemetery. Anutli'-r reason why lie hoped Mr. Rons would be elected wan that he was Dot a churchwarden, and he considered it was better to nominate a person sa trustee who was nut holding any office in ibe church. Ha (Ur. ...

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

NOTICE. We teg to remind our Subscribers and I Advertising friends that the present number of tin .' AX A M IN Eli AND TIMES" concludes the jirtt year of its existence, and we tender our thanks for the heaity support we huve re ctified lioth from Subscribers and Ad vertisers. Wt would also take the present opportu nity of stating that great inconve nience has arisen at the unusual period when our quarters subscrip tions become due, and we have dtter mined that in future the quarters shall begin on the 1st April, 1st July, lit Ostobet , and 1st January in each year. This will render the ensuing quarter a short one, and the charge from next meek till the 1st April will is only 3«. fid., after which Irii usual price of Five Shillings per quarter will be charged. The next quartir will commence on the 1 it April.

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

focal Jnttlligwce. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WABWICK. i The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken "at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., ? daily :? IUbomethr. Tiibuvoueteb. ! HAS. MIN. Saturday ., 28 367 .... 760 .. 610 Monday .. 28-407 .... 76 0 .. CT'0 Tuesday .; 28402 .... 75-0 .. £20 Wednesdty .. 28294 .... 820 .. 630 Thursday .. 28351 .... 640 .. 600I Friday .. 28 344 850 .. 680 Rainfall since last issue 0 060 incbcs. ] The following ? items were among those passed by the Committee ofj Supply on Tuesday last: - Construc tion and maintenance of road between ; Allora and Warwick, £300; do. be-| tween Allora and Drayton, £200. j Warwick Railway Extension : - sta- ' tion-masters, £395; booking-clerk, £140; porters, signalmen, &c.f £773; guard, £146. We mentioned last week that a party were out prospecting a lew miles from Warwick. We have been informed by one of them that there is every appear ance of gold...

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

ADELAIDE. February 4. The' recent alteration in the English mail- | service is a suoject of diacussiun tiere. j Tliere will be DO branch mail from King George's Sound tliis'monlb.

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. Milts CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba, on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8 p.tu. Maryland and the Northern Districts of New South Wales no Mondays, at 7'30 a.m.! and on Thursdays, at 3 30 p.m. Tatgaf' Reef, Levburn, Western Creek and Goondiwindi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.B. Letters &c, for Glenelg, Warroo, Pikedale, | Glenlyon, Texas, and Frazers Crock, are for warded by this nail. j MAILS ABMVE FROH ! Brisbane. Ipswich. Allora, Spring Creek, i Drayton and Toowoombn on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Marylaud on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and ou ! Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Beef, Leyburn, aud Western Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are rent to the General Post-office to bo opened and returned to the writers: as also lotters re potted bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced. I letters arc ...

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ALLORA POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY, FCBRDAEV 5. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

ALLORA POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY, FCBRDAEV 5. fBefore the Police Magistrate.! Mrs. Edwin Lower, of Table Top lietJvr«jr Gamp, appeared oil aummona, charged with, si/ gr"g »eliin^. Mr. Addeabrpoke and Mr. Oxciiham appeared for.tlie defendant A* tho ovidctice waB not aufficieul to warrant a con* viction, the Bench diamisstsdthe case.

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

Histellanrons. WANTED.-A rafter from the roof of (lis mouth; a Bucket from the roit of the tongue; a sling for the drum of the aar; a fin from the boIO of the foot; a leaf from the palm of the hand; a jewel from the crown of the head; a tassol from the Cap of the knee; a rail from the i bridge of the nose; game thread from & three- j handed reel; and an anodyne for a window pane. WEALTH or THE ANCIENTS.-Creasus po sessed in landed property, a fortune equal to £1,700,000, besides mouey, staves and furniture, amounting to an equal sum. He used to say that a ciUteu who had not sufficient to eup port an army or a legion, did not deserve the title of a rich mail. The philosopher, Seneca, had a fortune of £3,500,000, Tiberius at his death left £19,624,000, which Caliguli spent in twelve months. VcBpasiao, in ascending the throne, estimated all the expenses of the Slate at £36,000,000. The debts of Milo amounted to £600,000, CwBar, before he entered upon any office, owed the sum of...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Before the Police Magistrate C. Clark, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUART 4. [Before the Police Magistrate C. Clark, Esq., J.P.] Several of the CUBE set noun for bearing to-day were settled out of Court. » Allen v. Ch. J. Iaambert, San. -£5 14s 6d fur skins t>old and delivered. Mr. Fuller appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Conquest for the defendant. Thin case was adjourned from lait court for the production of Mr. j Kluge as a witness, From the evidence it appeared that a written agreement had been entered into between the plaintiff and Mr. Kiugo, in which he agreed to purchase from her sheepskins during the year 1865, at cer tain specified rales. The plaintiff alUged that tliis asreoment had,been verbally trans ferred from Kluge tu the defendant, aud she now sued for the Value of 57 shins supplied to the defeudaut. Tlie defendant admitted the receipt of 64 skius, but denied having made any agreement with the plaintiff. He claimed that his agreement had been made j with Kluge, who supplied him with skins th...

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

LEA 4 PER BINS' OELBBB&TSD WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, DECLARED BY OOnrOISSSCB8 TO BE TSE flNLY ««up 8&IICE. CAUTION' AGAINST FRAUD. rrHB success of this most delicious i _L unrivilie'd Condiment having noted certain dealers to apply the name of " Worces tershire Bance" to their own inferior com pounds, the Public is hereby informed tint tbe I only Way t* secure the genuine, is' to ask for /' .' LEA <fc.PEltRIN8" SAUCE. I and to seeitjiat tbeir names are upon the wrap' per, labeltt 'ttopper, and iottie. Some of the foreign markets having been supplied with a spurious WorcestertblreSauce, upon the wrapper and labels of wbich the names of Lea and Perrins bars been forged, X^and P. give notice that they have furnished* tliei/ p6y«eJ)ondente with power of attorney j to'take'instant proceedings against Manu \ (Jctureri and Tendon of such, or any other imitations by whiob tbeir right may be in | fringed. Wholesale and for Export by the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse a...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The following datioB are payable under the new Stamp Act, wbich came into operation on the 1st November last :-j £ e. d. Drafts and Fromittorg Notel. For every £50 and under, and every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 Billt of Exchange.-(single) ditto. ditto p 1 0 Ditto Foreign (if drawn io sets of two or more), each, for every £<0 0 0 C Rtceif te.-Vor all sums of 20s. and upwards, eacii 0 0 1 Chequet or Oricri.-Ditto, Ditto ,0 0 1 Bank JVofes.-For every £100 of,i^ the avcthgo apnaual circulation lap 0 0 Deeds of Conveyance of Property.- W For every £50 and under .. ?», 0 7 6 Above, and not exceeding £100 .. 0 15 0 Fur every fractional part of £100 above 0 15 0 Agreement!.-Of the value of £5 and upwards 0 2 6 i'ole.-Where loiters are produced in ceurt to prove agreement, it will be sufficient fur one of (hew to be stamped with a duty of 5s"V > Bills of lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 'For every receipt, or copy thereuf from master, mate or agent .. ...

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THE LAND LAWS OF AUSTRALIA. (From the Austalasian) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

TIIE LAND LAWS OF AUS TRALIA. (From the Auslralaaian ) The (lisL'UBsiou row carried on relative to j ttic state of the land law in Queensland may prove of some value to ua when the tiino comes-as come it must shortly-for acii^nge to be made in the act affecting Crown lands in this colony. U<to, as elsewhere, the period * seem* to be approaching when a satisfactory compromise may he possible botween the land seekers on the one hand and the pquattiug tenants of the Crown on the other. Two things ncccflsary to this end have become apparent of late ye.it s-firstly, that the squat ting class has not the power, as it once (bought it had, of maintaining its hold of tho broad lands of the colony agaiust all comcrs; and secondly, that the possesion of an allotment* I with absolute power to cultivate the same* does not indubitably constitute a fortune, or even a competency, to the possessors, and hencc that the lands will not all be required for fanning purposes for *ume time to co...

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GYMPIE DIGGINGS. DESCRIPTION OF THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 February 1868

GYMPIE DIGGINGS DESCRIPTION OF THE TOWN. Entering the town of Nashville on a wet day, the scene that meets a stranger's eye; is a novel and exiciting one. Dancing going on in every pub- lic house ; men working cradles or windlasses in spite of rain; here and there parties with tin dish and shovel "prospecting," or trudging through the mire knee-deep into town-it is altogether a strange spectacle. There is evidently plenty of money earned in the place, as plenty is being spent. Owing, to the continuance of wet weather, I have not made the tour of     all the rushes, as intended; however, I have visited the principal, the One mile Creek rush. Here the prospec- tors (of whom Mr. Gaynor, late saddler, of Ipswich, is one of six) have again been wonderfully lucky, their claim quite equalling if not surpassing Nash's in richness. I should be afraid to men- tion the weight of gold said to be taken out of this claim per day; but the lowest sum I have heard mentioned...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 February 1868

LEA A l'BBBINS' CBLERW-TCO WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE DECLARED Bf COKKOI8BBDR8 TO BB TBS 0KLV GOOD SAUCE CAUTION AGAINST FHAUD. THE success of this most delicious unrivalled Condiment having oaUBed certain dealer* to apply the name of " Worces tershire Sance'' to their own Inferior com pounds, the Public is hereby informed that the only way to secure the genuine, ia to ask for LEA St PERKINS' SAUCE, . and to Bee that their namea ere apon the map per, labelt, tlopptr, and bottle. Some of the foreign markets haying been' I supplied with a apuriouB Worceaterahire Sauce, uron the wrapper and labels of which the I names of Lisa &nd Pwfim have been forged. L. and P. give notice that they have furnished their correspondents with power of attorney to take instant proceedings against Manu facturer * and Vtndon of such, or any other imitations by which their right may be in fringed. Wholesale and for Exportby the Proprietors, d Worcester; Crosse and Blackwell, London, { &c., die.; a...

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SYDNEY. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 February 1868

SIDNEY. February 17. I Tbe weather here is stormy, accompanied by rain. There luive been no arrivals or departure* of Vessels siuce I'tidny. CaiualHtea tu tne shipping along the coast .re apprehended. Floods have occurred fu the Hunter and Bawkesbury districts. BushrHrininu lias again broke out The Lacliliin and Mttduee mail haa been robbed. The achoooer Clutlia, from Melbourne, baa gone nabore at Kewcamle. Tbe eailort>' and 1'nrliamentry excursions have been postponed-tbe InUef Until tbe return of llio Duke ol Edinburgh from Queensland. The achooners Marion Henny and Chance have none ashore near Djwes' buttery: it in expected that thry will bo gut off again. Anxiety ia felt on account of (.lie Fire King which is reported missing. A telegrani from Newcastle) received at 6 SI p.m.. states that tbe rt®rm there is sub siiJiiiK. Tbe xeboouer Clutba baa been taken into Newcastle barboor out »f danger. No other casualities have occurred there. At Windsor, at two o'clock, the maize and ...

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THR NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 February 1868

THR NEW STAMP DUTIES." Thi> following duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last:- £ j, a. Draftt and Prcmintory Nottt. For every £50 and under, and j every fractional part of £50 above 0 1 0 Bill' of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ! ji'ttn ... 010 j Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of ! t»|> or more), eseh, fir every £50 0 0 C Receipu.-For ail sums of 20s, aDd upwards, each 0 0 1 Cheque« or Order#.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Notrt.-For every £100 of the average annaual circulation 3 0 0 Dirit sf Conneymcc of Property. For every £50 and under ., ,. 0 7 6 Above, and not exceeding £100 .. 0 15 O For every fractional part of £100 alinve o 16 O Agreemente-Of the ralue of iS and upwards 0 8 6 Note.-Where totters ave produced in court to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of tlieui to be stamped with a duty of fit. Bille of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 I O For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mite or agent .. 0 0 6 Lease...

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