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ADELAIDE. March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

ADELAIDE. March 3. I The total Buroltiss of the breadstuff's grown this year is under 30,000 tons.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

Contsptfubnicc. {To the Editor of the Ezamintr and Timtt.) i SIB-I feel confident thatyou wilJiflBerttbe following, respecting the poaitivo and imme- | 4iate requirement of a public Wt for tills totvn. Tlio lute melancholy ease of drowning might probably havo been Averted, had & boat, no matter how smnil, liuvu been readily available to os*ist and Ukc out those who were able to dive, or use grapnels far dragging. and also for following ilie btrcain immediately the acci- j dent became known. Unfortunately suceeHS ful steps were unavoidably delayed, and al though gLiemt«ug exertions so far *# pi actioable were made, yet much valuable time was lost in {MiisequcnCQ of thrie being no boat. In , many of the inland towns thioughout the colonics this poliso arc provided with & boat, which U kept in good order by Government. Why, I would ask, is Warwick without a boat? Is it necusswy fur any more, or how many more valuable lives to be lost before cue is ob tained ? Doubles* i...

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CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

CALENDAR Toil MARCH. Mftuu ». istQamr. ii. ij--.ni. Fall Moou Hii p.ni I«siQo«rir Jo<b .. 1.4ft t<.m. He*r Moon i!Ul» ...6.II a in. lUuoJ First Simmv is I.km* fi,M. (W\'*\ry divd. ap-rt tS. J71>1 3 «lT. !lps<vii It jrcadN-d n ilunicifKilily JW/O 4;W. !*t Miht>i«tiiHry laiided at Tahiti 17^*3 6'Tii. \Port ifcninjH Tia:n otahli&bed 3Hi»4 6 P. 1st Ncivspnpi'r pub \u A»alia IMj.'J 7 S, j.SJavD v iu ijiit- Col aluilisbod lbi'7 8 S«n. SBCOM> SUNDAY is I.knt y M. jl'ort itanUott a fxwt ol'ufify ItJfU 10 Tu, Australia di*. l»y Hindi l'liul 11 W. ,(!;») Hcjj.iration of Moivton Hay from 12 Th. | Ntiiv S. Wales. Tli st projefiud 1S47 13 F. INoifiilk lalawd scitl--ni'!Ut 179 ) 14 S. 'BroatUnuiid a j»oit nf cut ry 1801 15Svn. Tuinn SUNDAY IS IjI.nt 36 M. ,(i>enl fl-mris in t|i'« H^wke^-bury l£0o 17To, 'St. Patrick's liny JS,\V. Fearful galu fJivnui'ljoiitAu«tiftlial8G4 19'Tu. flu 1. Kcwiott x\\M ITiiT JJOF. Heavy floods »n Q'ic<it«*...

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

THE <f miner ait)) Crates IS PUBLISHED TN WARWICK Every,#ATURBAC HOIIIVIMC, to time for the Outgoing Malta. The amount of Subscription it FIVE flHILlilNOS per quarter, in all cases in ulvwoe. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF 0HABGE9 FOB ADVEB TIB1NG i S. d. Two lines .............. I 0 Four do 2 0 Bix do 2 6 Eight dj. .. S 0 Every additional sis lines or under Is. Disoodm On iS consecutive insertions SO per cent, 26 .. " 38 All Advertisements must specify on tbetr bee the number of times they are to be in serted ; if sent lu without this specification, such advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged (or accordingly. AH Advertisements must be sent in not later than 6 p.m. on Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-snbsoribers* advertisements most be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per tasortlon. AGENT IN SYDNW Messrs. Gordon and Gotch, George-atreel AGENTS IN BBIBBANE: Mr. G. D. Htneuot, St...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane Courier.) TOOWOOMBA. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Sritliane Courier.) TOOWOOMBA. , March 2. I A bud case of attempted rape, with violence ©ecuned at Yandilla. The accused was taken into custody, and commuted for trial. The District Court opened tiiis morning; but, there being »« Grown Prosecutor present U again adjourned until 2 o,clock, when the Court re-opened. Mr. F. Cooper arrived by midday train, and produced the commission appointing him to act es Crown Prosecutor, The Yandilla rape case comes on to* morrow. A large number of persons are returning from the Gympto Creek diggings. March 3 Martin Bulea was brought up, charged with committing a rape on a young woman at Tandiila station. The jury brought in a ver dict of guilty of a common assault, and the ; prisoner was sentenced to uix months* imprison, i went. The Municipal Council have sent tlieir ad. dress to the Priuce to meet him at Sydney. I

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GERMAN TORCHLIGHT PRO CESSION IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

GERMAN TORCRLtGHT PEO CESSION IN BRISBANE 4 The demonstration made by tie Gtrmr resideuii id end around Brisbane, ID faor of (be Duke of Edinburgh, >u in. tr< respect a success. Bhortly after 7 o'clock So the evening (I procession formed So order near the Obs vatory on Wickhain Terrace, and llgh' tbeir torche*. A Considers bio number the procession,however, bore paper lautei this distinction being apparently .coora to those who were to tike part to tbe serenade. Tbe procesBion, which numbered about two hundred, started at fifteen WinuteE to 8 o'clock. Its appearance from a distance was attractive in the extreme; there was in fact a kind of wild, romantic beauty about it which few could tee without pleasure. Seen nearer, tbe effect was none the less agreeable, tbe lurid glare thrown by the torches on the fences around, and the buildings past which tbe processioi j~ woun.l its fiery length aloug, being: ma more prominent by the comparative d ai'SB of the iileht. The proc...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAT, MARCH 3. (Before C. B. Daveney, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balis. Esq.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAT, MARCH 3. (Before C. 13.1)Aveney, EHQ.. J.P., &OD W. C. Balis. Esq .J,P.) Koucrt Hunter wan eummonod toy William j Brndburn for u*ing threatening language, at Tal^ftt. on the 2Btb February. Mr. Oxenham ' appeared for tbo complainant, and Alt'. Om* | quest for defendant. The Cnuiplnitjant in his j evidence stated tlmt lie went to the residence j of Hunter, when n quarrel took place, and the defendant called Bradburn a *' m<»»ltey,M and threatened to i»urder hitn. 7'2ie cmnphifflArrt j ndmitted having accused tlfo defendant of being a cattlo stealer, and ft appealed he bad | also commenced tbe nqnabhle. Mr. 0<»uqiic*t | f«»r the defendant, argued tliut this wa* a tuort tMJ'/jperjr c&ia, and if be could have phiced / defendant iu tbe witness box. it would bavu | been ahown that defendant had stronger | gvoundu for cnntplaint against Dradlxirn, than | Uradbuvn bad ag&inst liim. Tbe Bench die* > missed tbc ca...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

Jjntrlligmtf. MKTliunOLOGie Ui OH^EUY ATiONS. ' WAUWICK. BAHIIMKTCR. TIIKKMUMETFR. MAX. HIN Saturday 28EG9 7<S'i) .. G5 0 Mondiiy .. lis fJ2(J .... 77 0 .. 4'JO Tuesday .. 770 .. CIO Wcrliicuday .. r»/»t .... 72 0 .. &9 U Tliimdny .. 2S-J49 72 0 .. 58 0 j 1'iidny .. asa.u 70-<J .. ay-o | | Rainfall hiiice Inst issue iM. ] THE NEW LAND BILL.-In order that our readers may bo fully ac quainted with the provisions of this Bill, we beg to inform them that it is our intention to publish the bill in lull, llin first part of which will appear next week. It will very probably extend over two publications, and if the copies ol llie paperc are kept, they will lie found useful for reference at any future time List of subscriptions to the Warwick Hospital, (rom Giengallan: J.ilin Dcuchar, Ks(|" £5 Bs ; MI-B- Dencltar £5 5s; II. AiiniKlrnd. , £?"; J3. O. Pan-, !£.<]., £5: Jumps MMnto>li £2. .F. 0. IJitultic £t ; A. Luu nfii £1; G. Looms £1 ; W. Tonmi-y ...

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MR. F. COOPEE AND THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

MR. F. COOPEE AND THE I ATTORNEY-GENERAL. | Wo bear llmt Mr. Cooper, who has hern appointed Acting Crown Prosecutor io the placc of the lata Sir. Gore Jones, its likely to be permanently appointed to that office. If such an appointment is mode by the Attorney General, vre lm*c no hesitation in Baying thai* the Government n ill Call very much in the estimation of "everybody. We quite agree with the corrcKpondente of the Guardian, whose letters we rc-publifih, that nobody but a man of good reputation ought to be ap pointed to such an important and responsible ofiSoe. TO TIIB EDITOR OP THE " GOAfiDIATJ." Sin.-Of the many difficulties with which responsible Ministers have t«» contend, Dot the lenst is that uf appointing suitable parsons to (ill llw r a thus offices which, from time to time, arc at their disposal, as when au officer in regularly ippuinted, nothing save some Hiring in</ifiCie(iou or impropriety is likely to catiHi his icinntal. In this colony we have had much c...

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THE NEW CHURCH AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

THE NEW CHURCH AT WARWICK. Tlie FioncKi>ik of Oiih church hating nearly bom completed, ,n»d the amount required for loofin# in th ? hniMi;»g *uh*crii>ed( we take the pve«ont >'[>|iortnnily «f calling uLteniiou to the pio.irros m«!e, tt'i'J ^ivins; our renders & de» f-ciij>tioit of the new ^tincture, Asoui readers arc aware, tlie chauccl find ti ensepts are all that in nt picuent crmtem* pitted, 11 ud much fit ill remain* to be done without making fuilh-r efforts. Tho style iidnptiid i* that known as the Early EnglUli. whi--h IB suitable fur our cliir>;itc, OS Kinnll I windows, which admit sufficient light while rxtlndin;* (ho fciiu, form #mo t# its chief characteristics. The i»reficn* is one of the fii>t it' not the first chuich in Q iccm-Jand the character and btylo of which are in keeping with 111oc 1 ime-honored chutrfiofl in the old cunntrv with which so many old associations j ajc linked. For Mich of our leaders as feel iiileresli?d. 0fvq inny stiit...

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COMMERCIAL. London, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

COMMERCIAL. London, January 2. | Discount, 1# to If. Three Per Gent. CODBOIS are quoted at from 92 to 92&. New South Wales debentures are quoted at from 98 to 103; Queensland from 303£ to 104J; Victorian from ,110$ to 113$. Wool is firmer. Tallow is steady at 43s. 3d. on tbe spot; 44s. 3d. for March. Hides are firm. All that hare been offered have been bought at last quoted rates. Sheepskins are one penny lower. Cotton, firm, 7^d. Restricted demand for colonial and foreign wools. Prices, threepence per pound lower than at the end of the fast Flour, dull and declining. * Wheat, from two fifty to three twenty per bushel. For Valparaiso second flour there is a belter demand, at reduced rates.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. NEWS TO JANUARY 10TH. (From the Brisbane papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

ARllIVAL Of THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. NEWS TO JANUARY 10TH. (Fromtht Britbant fiaptn.) Victor Emmanuel advises the Ita lians to remain calm. | At the Fenian head-quarters at j Paris documents have been seized, j showing a conspiracy against England, j and a plan to burn the English Oban- j nel fleet. Napoleon has abandoned nil hone of a Conference on the liomn question. ; The diplomatic assemblage on the .Eastern question at St. Petersburgh is indicative of war. The house i l Charles Matthew, ] brother lo Father Maiihcw, lias been | «t tacked l\y Fenians. They were met] with a brisk fire, and several were I wounded. j No satisfactory evidence of the cri-I minality of those arrested for the Clcrkemvell explosion has been ob-1 tailed. The Government have determined to prosecute Sullivan, editor of the Dublin " Marion" newspaper ; also for j others for taking part in the funeral | j proi essions. | The Catholic clergy of Limerick have signed a document declaring per- j j manent pea...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

ENGLISH MAILS. The following is a tsble of the date* upon which the English Mail, via Galle and South- ? amptnn, will arrive at, and leave Sydney during the present year, aoeoTding to tin Con tract entered into between the P. and O. Company and (he Imperial. P<utma*Ur.-OeM ral The Queensland portion of. the mail* are conveyed between Brisbane and' Sydney by. > another cfimpmy. The inward nail attires in Brisbane pboot 60 hours after it arrive* il} Sydney; ana the outward in ail dotes in Bris bane about three days before the F. and O. steamer leaves Sydney. INWABD. ? Leave Southampton. Arrive at Sydney. March April May June July August .. August .. Sept. October .. November December Leave Sydney. March March .. April ., May June July August .. Bept. October .. .. 10 7 May June , July . August August .. 80 Sept 27 October ., SS November SS December .. SO 1869 21 Janaary .. IT IB February .. 14 OUTWABD: Arrive at Southampton* £1 11 November 8 April Slay ... June ., July ....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

TO ROUII[?:RTRON"[)K.\"I>'. I Jdstitia ni'd J. K - War It iters arc uiKiY^iu- I I aWy l»cU i>vw till ucjct week, !

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. Tim following duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the let November last:- £ e. d. Draft* and Promheory Notei. For every £50 and under, and every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 Billt of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto - .. .. 0 10 Ditto Foreign (if drawn la sets of two or more), each, for every £50 0 0 6 Receiptt.-For all sums of 20s. and upwards, each .. .. 0 0 1 Chequet or Orders,-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank N*Ut.-Eor every £100 . of the average annaual circulation 8 0 0 Deedt of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and under .. 0 7 6 Above, aud not exceeding £100 0 15 0 For every fractional part of £100 above .. 0 16 0 Agreement!.-Of the value of £5 and upwards 0 2 6 Kelt.-Where letters are produced in oeurt to prove agreement, it will be sufficient fur one of them to be stamped with a dnty of Bt. Billt of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent .. 0 0 6 htattt, or Agreeme...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before C. B. Daveney. Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls. Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, MARCU 3. (Before C. B. Daveney. E«u., J.P.. and W. C. Balls. Esq, J l>.) Very few CBSCS were set down tor hearing, I the following I)cine lbs imly cases hoard:- 1 Qilm T. Lacy-Plaintiff claimed £6 7a. for j goods aold and delivered. IJefendint did m>t; appear, and a verdict wm given for plaintiff | witti costs. | Drfessen v. TiVCartby.*-leather auppUed, \ £3 lOi. Plaintiff did not appear, and the case was diBraissei. the defendant being allowed 5s. for expends. M NnHey v. J. Harrey.-^Joodn sold and delivered, £3 10s. Mr. Addenbrooke appeared for defendant, and Look objection to the action, as tlio plaintiff liad become insolvent Biibse ?uent to the d»'bt being contracted, and there* ure could not BUS in bis own name. The Bench took a similar view, and dismissed the case, with XOn. costs. Winstone v. Mellie.-This was a new trial which had been granted on account of defen dant not being able to attend. Mr, Fuller ap peared for the plai itiff^ ...

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

TUE RE4BY AND ftEUABLEl BEKEDr, OLLO WAY'S OINTMBJTT,. JJOLLOWAY'S < OIBCDLAB TO TOE SICK. The first hospital surgeon* and. medical' authors ofEurope «lmU the nuparalled anti inflammatory. and' belling properties of this ointment; governmeits canotion iU ose |fc, their naval and military service*, and the masses in thin country and throughout tbs world repose the utmost confidence hi tta enra-. tire properties. It penetrate* the aourcel of inflammation and corruption which Mderlla the external evidence* of disease, and Msntral iees the fiery element! which feed aosetts perate the malady, RHEUMATISM, SGBOFULAt ERYSIPELAS. These are among the meat terrible anil agonising diseases, yet'in their wont forms, and when seemingly incurable, tbey invariably disappear under a persevering application Off this soothing, healing, antidote to pain «nd< inflammation. KING'S EVIL, FEVER SORES, I3TU# JOINTS. In cue* of King's E»ii, .where ? tneflicinali waters, lotions, Bnd eve...

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PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT TO TOOWOOMBA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

PBIN3E ALFRED'S VISIT TO TOOWOOMBA. (COMMUNICATED.) Our tmstliug little town lias been in a state tit ferment during the present week in conse auenee of the anticipated visit, tlie Arrival, and Jepartnreof the Boyal Duke. Numerous flags were hoisted in the town, and nur German residents constructed two handsome aiclics SCRUB Hie railway terminun, the larger of the two displayed considerable artistic ability, the whole fabric being constructed of variegated shrubs, tbickly clustered over with tropcal frnits and other colonial productions. The ton of the arch represented the shape of a ship with three masts. from which vaiious flags were flying, bowsprit and stern complete. and a tasty flora! anchor rendered tlie whole illus trative object at a distance a beautiful optical j illusion. Several appropriate devices were | attached to the arches. Sumo unpleasant mis- j understanding having occurred between our j " powers that bo" Bnd the members or the central government. No Mimicpal addr...

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GYMPIE DIGGINGS. (From the Nashville Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

GYMPIE DIGGINGS. {From the Nashville Times)   We have sought information from ex- perienced diggers in whose truth we have the fullest confidence, who have been working on the field since it was opened-men whose ?? tion entitles them to to the confidence ??? diggers-and all unite in believing the ?? is a rich fielld, and that it will be a permanent one ; but it is not the place for a man who can- not maintain himself for four or five months on his own resources. The gold is so patchy that no one can say where it may be found. Curtis and his nephew would have sold their claim the day before they funnd the monster nugget   for a few pounds. It was an abandoned claim more than once, and the great nugget was a mere chance stroke of theirs. Had any one offered then five pounds ten minutes before they hit the lucky stroke, he would have been the lucky possessor of a small fortune of some three thousand five hundred pounds. That nugget is a beauty-of price-a solid...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 March 1868

Examiner and Times SATURDAY, March 7, 1868. IT will be remembered that during the latter part of the session Mr. WALSH brought forward a motion for the   appointment of competent geologists to survey the eastern and southern por- tions of Queensland, as an initiatory step to the full development of our mineral wealth. This proposition was supported by members of various shades of opinion, and eventually passed. Of the existence of mineralogical wealth in this colony, we have had undoubted proof, as evinced by the auriferous discoveries at Canal Creek, Talgai, Nanango, Gympie Creek, Bowen, Calliope, Cape River, and other places widely separated. The Peak Downs copper mines, to judge from published analyses, are as rich as known in the world, and we have reasonable grounds to believe that large iron and coal mines will at some future day be added to our mineral resources. Mr. WALSH, in advocating the necessity of a Governmental geologi- cal survey, strengthened his views ...

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