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DEATH FROM A SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

DEATH FROM A SNAKE BITE. Wo hire t° announce (be death of] SUnley Wnrmftld, the eldest son of Mills | Worroald, E*qM of Rocklmtiipton, which lp ok j>la<y under thejagft distresHng c ir Utit, j f"-i:0\v. wji" it m:.!V : . v. -i y ? ' J' *? :i. p-ayiiij; «u» t?n- I'.u k \ t i: .!.'ii;f 1 ? ij I'Vhiay <v 1 -1j)n._» iic uliniii six "\-\ iri; witl.nj? I..P aliuci; tt\ sMckiuQS. So l-lftiy wis h<v1<1 to ciy out, am) uj-on 1)J*> j t»» m-j wi, ii wis th" n.Mif-r, >li«« f.'U.-j'J lh11 he liii'l Itooi; hiito.i iu tin- li>.!]-)'?.' uf 1!r; ri-iht fo t Ijy ft lint of w'lit <!?.«rripiifiii conM ijo! lr- ascertain.-d. Tlic nurse di rectly 'h'1 Wi»u-^, 'fiJ, :>nd adminisii'n ij hrniidy; while .so <1oin?, Mr \V>'rnia!«l, ar.cu'nparH'd liy Mr. UurtK'l, ar. ami IV. MWVidy w.is immediately noil, for. Until lie C.imic tlie child was in pu'potual niothm, as h*: siiti'd with a most piinful drowKi';«^s. Dr. )d'X.""ly appli...

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OUTRAGE BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

OUTRAGE BY THE BLACKS. Tlie Hoclthamplon Bulletin says:-Mr. Nowbold, of Toorila Station, near Broad sound, was very dangerously .vouuded efew days ago tn an aQray with tli6 blacks, who mobbed the head station. He received a long deep gash in'one of liis thighs, and a spear penetrated the abdomen. .Bo lies at present in a very precarious Btate. t\'e have not Ascertained the amount of damage done by the blacks. The death by Ibo blacks, of Mr. Fanning, near the Portland Station, on the Barcoo, is also reported. Since the above was in type, we learn from Mr. Eea futlbbr and tnoro definite informa tion of the affray with the blacks. It appears that on Monday eight or ten biacks were seen prowling about the head station; this ociug an unusual circumstance, as the olacks had not fur a long time approached the bead station, excited some suspicion among tiie people at the bead station that some mischi"f was intended. Oa Tuesday morning, beforo daybreak, young Newbold aod two nthern got their...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Before His Honor Judge Shepherd.] Clark & Co. v. Marwedel. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Before His Honor Judge Shepherd.] Clark <£ Co. v, ilaTUitdd. His ttonortflir! that he had conndered the 'application tnnde in this case to Amend (be j bill of particulars by increasing the amount sued for to £200, and lie was »»f opinion that it should be granted. The veidict would there fore be fur the plaintifls for that annum, nvitb a notification that they abandon all further causes of action Against tho defendant. / dfi v. IK1 ir. This action was brought to recover £43 4e 4d for money lent, and wages due. Mr, Fuller appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Oxeuham for the defendant. The plaintiff, Jehu Pah, a Chinaman, on stating t)mt lie was a Christian, was Mvnrijj I am a ahepUerd; I engaged to serve defendant in May last; I lout him 1*25 2s 4d; he nptrico to me about baying smnc J.md at Spring Creek, nettr Drayton; I told him 1 would see the land before buying- it; he jravo me a receipt (pro duce.!) for the money; 1 *bepli«srded G months for wh...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26th. CIVIL SITTINGS. UNDEFENDED CASES. Kehoe v. Cual. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

TUESDAY, FEIXUAIIY 2Gili. CIVIL SITTING CJSDKFENDUn CasI Kehuc v. Cum'. I Tliifi casd wa« Btiup': ofl* :li<* li^t b'-'c.'tU.-C I oi' defendant having left the <;< lo?<y. I J- hoYivitz and Co., v. /?. F;,rrest. This rti'tiou was ljir;utlit (.» iucuv«r £-10 due on a proinissoiy note. Mr. Conijucjst appeared fur the plaintiffs. Defend <nt «iiJ not appear. V<»idiet fur the plaintiffs wi li coats, Klufj? v. Ualloran. Tlii* wrtl'>n brought to recover £2 Hr for goods sold and Jelivci*e<i. Mr. Conqui-t .Tppeflic) f.»r the plaintiff, and Mr. Oxenhnm Tor the defendant. As Bimnn.-ne had not been served in time ibis cast was postpone 1 until next sittings. JJegart/j v. Viqnollcs. Action brought to recover 115 2 a Cd for money due. Mr. Ojsenham nppnrcd for the plaintiff, nnd Mr. FijJjir foi the dii/»nd;u>f. 'J'biri case was pompmi.-il till n<.st pitting' on aocuuut ot' miiu : ons not having been served....

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EASTERN DOWNS HORTICULTURAL & AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

EASTERN DOWNS HORTICULTURAL & AGRICUL TURAL ASSOCIATION. j flrnt exhibition in connection with tMa ciatian wss held on Wednesday Inst in a |shed ftt (he rear of Mr. Kant»0:ne s new i room, in Paimerin-strcet, and inny in ray be termed II success. The build Vhicli tile aliow (oak place was neatly I with evergreen* end boshes of trees, unfiled Willi Jhree larfje flags. This . only lieen in existence about five '"^jrEen.it is taken into cnn=iilrra Srreent-aesson lias not been very ricullurnl pursuits, tlic success ?led this show. and the cxcel l of fruit, vegetables, and produce (riblted, the result will no doubt be satiilac y to the promoters of tlio as*ociatiou. fbere were five samples of wheat shown, some of which were tlia best we have eccn <>11 the Downs. That which obtained the first prize, belonging to Messrs. J. and C. Wilson, of Freestone Creek, weighed C7lb9. to the bushel, * lid another grown by Mr. It. Brad field, AlSol'a, weighing «Mlbs.. was awarded ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

THE (fammct" mtlr Cimcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every 8ATIIBDAV M0MMW®. ta time for (he Outgoing Nalla. r Tlis amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in *£vanoe. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SOALB OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING : S. li. Two lint* 1 O Four do. * ® Sis do 2 c Eight dn 3 0 . . Every additional six linos or under Is. DISCOUNT On 13 consecutive insertions 20 per cent. 86 ? . , « 88 * Ail' Advertisements jnuBt specifj mi their {ace the number of times they ore to be in serted; if sent in without this specification, such advertisements trill be InBorted until oonntermsudod. and charged for accordingly. ? All Adrertisenients mast be sent in not later than ® p.tn. on Fridays. , prdors lor withdrawal or alteration must be *^.^^6j»^tocribBi*Vndverttscnicnts must be CiddforPrafiouRtoiosortion. ^MarrUgea, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per : iDBertioa.' S;. AG15NT IN SYDNEY 'HewnOordon andGotch, George-streot V "^JBNra IN BRISBANE . Mr. Q.D. HAaniBOK, Stationer &am...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868. Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

f femincr aiitr ffinics. SASOJtDAY, Februauv 29, 18G8. focal fufellrpcc. SRSTEORQLOQIOAJ, OBSEEVATIONS, v./iS*. #* WAEWIOK. .The following are tbe readings of the barometer and thermometer for the *j>ast week, taken at the Telegraph suffice in this town, at 0 o'clock A.M., daily: UAHOMETER. TUSRMoMJETEB, t, . 1 . MAI- MIN ,Satnrdu> ... 23m .... us-0 .. 650 Moodily .. 28-897 .... 870 .. 62 0 ,. » 28'fi80 .... 86-0 .. 62 0 h.' Wednesday.. J85G0 .... 7l-o joy ; Thursday .. 28 801 J6 0 " eio ?*Wd«jr .. 83619 76 0 .. 6J-0 lUintili since lost ijgue 1 '900 incbct % Owing ty a crush of advertisements V '0CE" reports (as will be seen from tt |8®6 DCs' page) we are compelled to P* told over a leading article. | . At the opening of the District Court >" * ©nJWieflnesday morning, His Worship ,'to® Mayor, addressing His Honor Jn<?ge Shepherd, eaid:-" In compli - fKcemlh an old usage and to mark , «n event whicli mast be as satisfactory to you as it is flattering to tins town ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

WANTED Ik FEW COBB CCTieaB. °- WILDA8H. MA i''' , pinEiiiv 1^/t Ojwnins Do iv til, ,-X.r Wastes QODD GESUllAL SEKVAKT. Applj to DR. LBJV ; P»lmerio-»treet. WHNTKD, SAMS to load for Toswootnba. Apply DAVIS, HABMS, ft CO.. ,.jt Palmerin-ttreet. WANTED . ~ , 8IN0LE MAN as fsHEPHRRD. Hen,, bat an. experienced hand need apply tn W,0. BALLS, Station Agent, Warwick. Hone;! Bloney! LfTTio LEND on flood Freehold Security in (ijL stimi of £109 Tor the term of Twelve IfelOtltllf, 1 N.B.-In all win the security mast lie Ifrortb four time* the advance made. Applyto W. C. BALLS. Stock and Station A gent, 41 Warwick. Court of Revision. NOTICE l» hereby Rlren that (lie AKNtTAL REVISION COURT, by [ the JuBticeg in I'etly Sessione, for REVISING the Electoral Rolla of the Warwick Electorate I and (0 oiucb . f the Elcctuml Rnll < f (lie I Rtflern Down* «* J* comprised within (lie fulice Diatrictof Warwick, is Appointed to be olden at the Cf»urt House at Warwick, on ilJTtJRBDAY. the Slat day ...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOB BritlMMi Ipiwioh, Altora, Oprlhg <9mk,; Drayton and Toowoomba, on tfnndays,' Tuesdays, and Thursdays. at 8 p.m. Maryland and the Northern Districts of Vetr South Wales on M<md<yg, At 7S0*.m. and on TlMiradsys, at 3'30 p in. I Talsai Ut'ef, Leybtmi, Western Creek and j Gr«tonriiwindi, on Wednenday, At 8 p.m. N B. | letters 4cc, Tor Glenolg, Warroo, Pikedale, j Glcnlyon, Texas, and Fraters Creek, are for warded by this nail. MAILS arbiyb PBOM | BriBb&no. Ipimich, AUora, Spring Creek, I Drayton and Tooffonmbaon Tuesdays* Thurs-, days, and Satnrdiya, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgal Keef, Loyburn, and Western Creek on Wednesday* at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing so insufficient number of stamps on are sent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters re-potted bearing stamps which ave bee...

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DEPARTURE OF THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

DEPARTURE OF THE PRINCE. 1 The Prince left Government House shortly before 12 o'clock, accompanied by His Ex cellency tho Acting-Governor and Cummo dore Lambert and Leiutenant Haig, who occupied the same carriage with him. The same route was taken as that through which be passed on the first day of hie arrival, and iu the streets were numbers of citizens | eagor to see the Prince once more before his i departure. The Kate, which was to convey the royal visitor back to the Bav, was lying at the lauding place used at his dinembarka . ion, on Tuesday, and a very large crowd was assembled there, when the carriage drove up. Immediately on his stepping on board the Kate, the royal standard was hoisted at the main, and a salute of twenty, one guns was fired from the Queen's Park battery by No. 1 Company Volunteer Artil lery, assisted l<y a number of Ipxwich Artil lery Corps. The Kate immedialejy left its moorings, nn'd steamed down the river amidst the prolonged farewell cheers ...

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THE CITIZENS' BALL. {From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

THE CITIZENS' BALL. {From the Courier.) The loog'Contctnplited Citizens' Ball, io honor of IXIb Royal UighnoBB the Dnke of Edinburgh, took plaoton Friday evening, In Me«Br8. Nawton and Co.'s warehouse, wliioh had been magnificently decorated for the aousiDD.. On entering, the building, the sight that met the eye was pleaiing and brilliant ia 1 lif* extreme. The light was «'i II .11-!riIm11".', and (here was no un |>U'a?.uit iri:ire about it; there was, however, q'litb snnicii-nt to give the besi effect to the decorations, mid for all other puiposes The Kluje-fi'rris iiin] evergreens were perhaps the most, pniinineiit of the ornamentations. There were several very magnificent «pocl of the former, anil they lint) a very excellent tflVcl. The numerous festoons and clusters nf evergreen*, tastefully interworked with (lowers, had also a most pleasing appear ance. A large number of flags and ban nerets of all descriptions and Biles were hung about the building, and, on the first floor,...

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THE PRINCE AT JONDARYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

THE PRINCE AT JONDARYAN. H.R.II. (lie Diiko of ftdinburgh reached Jondaryan Railway Station, by special train, at about twenty Diinutef paBt eight o'clock, and here again the mismanagement prevailed. The platform, which is a very small one, was crowded Willi visitors anxious even to obtain a glimpse of the Prince, although it xt.is very dark indeed, nud lie could scarcely be <1 istin<. uihIIOI!. After some delay, during which ho repeatedly neUnowledged the luud cheers which greeted Hin, H.R.U. was con. ducted to a room at the Railway Station which had been ep«cially filled up fur him. It wan, however, very small, and totally unfit for surli a uuest. After rofi!in: for about an hour, the Prince Wan conducted to a large tent situated about ope hundred yards on the opposite side of the Railway Line, nud in which dinner had been pro vided for a large number of guests, who had been invited by circular from the Depart ment of Public Works. To this invitation however,...

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THE PRINCE ON THE DARLING DOWNS. (From the D. D. Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

THE PBINCE ON THE CABLING . DOWNS. {From the D. D. Gaettte.) Considerable excitement was manifested in town on Wednesday owing to the espected arrival that Afternoon of U.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. The only decorations were at the Railway Station, which bad been tastefully done with flags and festoons of evergreens and palms from the scrubs, under the superintendence of the Resident Engi neer and the Station Master, who had like' wise two small arches of evergreens erected, one at the side gate and one aoross the line of rails. The German residents bad erected a triumphal arch just inside the large gates, at the entrance in Russell-street, and under which it was proposed to present the Prince with ail addreBS in German. The width of the arch was thif ty-fi re feet, and the height (sixteen feet In the clear. The top of the arch was formed to represent a three-masted vessel, and was a capital representation. The whole was cowered with evergreens, and amoDgst them were intermixed quan...

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MARYBOROUGH. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

MARYBOROUGH. Klarcli 2. I The Alexandra, » arrived this afternoon from Sydney, with 250 passengers. j She passed the Yarra Ysrra, s., aground on I n earn)-bank inside Wide Bay bar, and took off 1 tier paisenprera. j A late arriral from Brisbane, Darned Hews ton, waa killed by e dray wheel passing ocer i ills head. |

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THE PRINCE AT IPSWICH. (From the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

THE PRINCE AT IPSWICH. I (.From the Queensland Times.) H.R.H. Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, drove op from Brisbane yesterday. His Excellency Colonel O'Connel eat on the box with the Prince, and in the body of the drag wore Commodore Lambert, and Lieutenant Haig (in attendance on II. R. B.)( and Mr. Fitrroy Somerset, Private eecretary to the Acting-Governor. Between four and 6ve hundred horsemen rode down the Brisbane road to meet the ex pected visitor and escort him into Ipewicb. Mr. E. Quinn bad been appointed to'marslial the escort, and he succeeded for a time with tome of (hem, but eventually the affair became an irregular scamper, and all attempts at order were abandoned as hope' leaa. As was to be cxpected, there were t«ooMl,rce spills, lull |1!cki|y "" )larill w" Jnnp. "le (qni j ';e i""1 ""'i:!'-). i, (li"iCiIl! OI) Limeslonr.IJi!), ih» ;;r»upg 2 Tu,Tu',e'!'Imt I'^td (lumssu,) tr.M.i.I !>p witljin tl,e mark. I Ihec.iii.imi oft(lt,.]lfTe,-,IJt ,chao]. . ""r<....

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ROCKHAMPTON. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

ROCKHAMPTON. " j March 2. I Ninety tons of quarts from Kennedy** ceaf have been crushed at Moriniil), and Lave | yielded at the fat© of three ounces to the ton. j

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THE PRINCE'S VISIT. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

I'M:: i;,'.NGK'S VISIT. (From the Ouardian.) 11. M. 6. Challeupcr, with His Royal I Higbnees the Duke of Edinburgh on hourJ, arrived at the anchorage, outtMe the bar, at half-past 6 p. ui. on Monday cveuing. The uteamer wan signalled at Brisbane slinrlly after 1 o'clock, at which lime she must have beeu sume distuuce from C»j>e Morcton. About eeveu o'clock on Tuesday niorniu?' the steamer Kate, with his Excellency tho Acting-Governor aud the members of the Government on board, started from the ; Quetn'b Wharf, to bring hU Hnyal Hi^hneas to Btis^ano; H!i<l sh>) w^ut this limn on u<> i BlU' w»s Mill d l-y the . 1, Wi,;,, HiKnm, N"\vra, v., nr. I ii^ick l)i;i<nitu<l; and arrived iu tl.u ll.iy l.etwuen 9 and 10 o'clock. The v/caiher WflB magni6ccnt-it was really Queen's weather. The storms and squall* which occurred on tlio previous evening seemed to have cleared the Atmosphere. Scarcely « cloud was visible on the horizon ; and as the...

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SYDNEY. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

SIDNEY. March 2. j The Challenger, with the Dulie of Edin burgh on board, arrived off the Heads at 7 p.m. Holdsworth's stock i* insured for £32.000. %. gr«nd hall wea given ou (he 20th uf Fob rufiry at Wellington. New Zealand, in honor of the arrival of Governor Boweu. March 3. The plo-nlG for the Sailor** Home has been fixed for llth instant. The Judges have decided that the Oriental Bank cannot retain the yon ion of the insets In the estate of Messrs. Wilkinson Brothers,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

WAK TE» A FEW BDBR CUTl'UBS* ML. Apply to r. J.C. VILIUSH. 53S Canning Downs. A1 WAKTKP SINGLE MAN as SHEPHERD. None but an cxncricnccd hand need apply to W. <\ WALLS. Station A pent, 52C Warwick. Money ! Money I TO LEND nn £>>nd Fivoiiold Security 1*1 sums of £100 for ihe term of Twelve Months, N.B.-In all eases the fiocuiity must bo worth four times the advance oiado. Apply to W. C. BALLS, Stock, and Station Agent, 541 Warwick. SUKKP! SHEEP!! A GREAT UA-UQAtN I W. C. BALLS HAS f->r PRIVATE SALE, 1600 really good 3 year old EWES, with 84 per cent lambs guaranteed. The sheep are now depasturing upon the Darling Downs, and are really good, sound sheep, and well wooled. Price £450, Terms-One-half cash, the remainder by an approved bill at three months, bearing batik interest. £24 Vat Cattle, tfat CaUle. W. C. BALLS baa for Private Sals FA I1 CATTL1C, iu lutn to suit purchasers, ] Terms-Cash. [ Notice of S»le aff Valuable j Properties In Warwick. W. H BROWN HAS rece...

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MELBOURNE. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

MELBOURNE. March 2. 1 . Mat. HigRiiis bus won the Pvdeatiitn Champion Match, Marcli 3. All'Mr. Tait'e tinraea, with the exception of FlrcwoiUs, were chippud for Sydney yester day. The steamer Danicnong has run ashore on Glenny Island Her fore compartments are filled witli water.| Halt (be cargo was thrown overboard, after which the tide carried her off. The new Parliament lias been summoned to meet on the 13th inotant.

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