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THE NEW LAND BILL. [Assented to 28th February, 1868.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 March 1868

THE; HEW LAND BILL. | \Attenttd to 28ih February, 1868.] Whereat It ii expedient to. ooneolidate and amend the laws relating to the alienation of Crown lands Be it enacted by the Queen's Moit Excellent M«je«ty fay and with the tdrice and oon<ent of the LegUlntlre Council and LegialatiTe Aaisemblyof Quoeniiland in Parliament auembled and by the authority oC the same aa tollawi Purt Introductory, 1. At and from tbe tfma of oonunencament * *M" Act the Ordera in Council and several .**« ichednle A hereto * mitde "Mining purposes"-Tbc scAtcbiug and working of land f«>r and removal there from of any natural mineral body or liquid other than gold or water. M Agricultural land"-All the rich scrub forest And open land* suitable for culti vation whether bUcli be found' near rivers creeks the Bra or inland. w First-class paotord) la'id"-All good openor lightly limbered country which though unfit for cultivation is well adapted for giazing purposes. .??Second-class pa»toral land"-...

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REGULATIONS OF THE NEW LAND BILL. (From the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 March 1868

REGULATIONS OF TUE NEW LAND BILL. (From the Queensland Times.) We admire the Land Bill which has just been pasted by Parlumciit for this reason tliftt it contains something for everybody^ some inducement for ev'riy roan to settle while, at (lie game time, it checks no existing indiMtiy: even the Fquatters in the settled districts who nominally give up half their runs will still continue for the most part in the full enjoyment of the whole, and we ques tion very much cvhetlier 'hi' establishment of & few small fi-rchulds upon Ihem will uot tend ultimately to increase their vulue. We hare said that the bill provides some thing for everybody. It deals with (1) the settled dis'iicta, that is (he country adjacent to the coait or railWHya, and (2) unoccupied country, meaning such as neither al enated nor held on lease. With regard to the unoccu pied country, it U offered for sale by free Se lection without any restriction whatever a* to quantity at five shillings per i-cre payable...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

TER NEW STAMP DUTIES. 39io following duties are payable under the iibw Stamp Act, which came intooperation on the 1st November last!- £ .> d. Drafti and Pnomiteory Notet. Mot 'every £50 and- under, and every fractional part of £50abore 0 10 Billt of Ezzhangt,-(singleJ ditto, ditto ... (( (( ' ti q j. o Ditto Foreign (if drawn fa sets of nr metre), each, for every £40 00 6 Btceif, le - F«ir all num» 0f 20a. and upwards, eaci 0 0 1 Cheguet or Order*.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank. Notei.-For every £100 of' the averse annaual circulation 8 0' 0 Hetde of Conutyance ofProperty, For every £50 and under .... 0 7 6 Ab«»e. aiirl not exceeding f 100 .. 0 15 0 tor every fractional part of £100' .b®*« 0.16 0 Agreement!.-Of the value of Iff. and upwards 0' 8- 6 Ifott,-Where loiter# are produoed in court to prove agreement, it. will be sufficient for one «f tlieru to be stamped with s duty of J». Billt of - hading*-ax Copy thereof: 0' I 0 Ifor every receipt, or copy thereof frota master mate or ageo...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

WARWLCK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. Maiir CLOSE vofi I Biifit>an0i fpAwieli. Allora. 8pring Cheek, I Drayton null T-owoomba. on £undaysr ruertiUys. nnd Thursdays, at 8 p.m. Maryland And the Northern Districts of I New South Wales on Mondays, at 730 a.m. | atid on Thin*d»ys, at 3 30 pm. - Talgai tl. cf, Leybnrn, Western Creek and Gnotidittindi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N B. Letters &c, for Glenelg. Wanvm, Pikedale, Glunlyon, Texas, and Praters 0reek,<are for warded by this mail. MAILS abbsvb FROM Brisbane. Ipswich, Altera, Spring Creek* Drayton and Toowonmba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, aud Satard iys# at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on i Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Heef. Loyborn, and Western Greek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the cnJouy bearing an iosufliotent number of stamps <in are ecnt to the General Poat-office to be opened and rrtoroed to the writers; as also letters rc-poslcd bearing stamps which have been obl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

flltC BJSJkW AW® RJEMAMMS: RGIIUSM*. H OlitoWA-TTS OINTMENT. ClBOCfcAB TO THE BICK. The first hospital surgeons and nedjoall authors of Humps admit the «nparaUed «#«. Inflammably and foaling prnperUM ot this ointment; goverain»i» eanctlon, Its «W to. their naval wd military w"lw», and tto mioses In thU country «»d thronRtwrnt Urt world repnse the utmost confidence init»tturs~ tive properties. It peo«tretes ttm «ouro»»ofi inflammation and corrupt!"!! which underlie: the entemal evidences of disease. and neutrsl ilea ttie tierj elements wbieh feed auS eus pentu the malady. B CLE U Mi AT ISM, 8GB0FUI.A, EHTSlPEIlAS. ? These are among the wort terrible anal afoni8li.fr <««"«? ?<* !"t?e^Zu^/dMr end when seemingly incurable,they invsrlsMy disappear under a persevering^application «£ this nothing, beating, antidote to. pain anil «« fEWEB 80BB8) tHEIFF1 ^ JOIoTSa » I, locum of Klng-a B*. "here^iobal! w*teW. lotions, art eTery reolpe «rf tteplw macoplo have proved usele...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

ENGLISH MAILS. The f'llfWintr if a table of the datet upon which tbe Kng'.i-h Mail, cuiGalle and Soulb ampKin. «ill arrive at, and leave Sydney during the present year, * ccordit.g to toe ooa tract entered into iiClwetn the P. ud (K C"(np^ny atk(] (lu lupciut Pustiuwtei-^kBt* ra! The Queensland portion of the toails are conveyed between Brisbane end Sydney 1Vt. another cnnipiny the inward sail amves in Brisbane pbnut 60 buure after it arrivaa is Hrdney; and the nutward nail closes in Bd*> ba»e about three day* beiiire the f. and O steamer leave! Sydney. INWABD. Leave Southampton. March A|>ril May June July Angus! ,. August ., Bept. October .. November December Leave Sydney. March March .. April May .. June July An«u»t .. 6«|>t. October .. Arrive at Sydney May .. .. 10 Jane .. .. 7 JUIT .. .. < August .. 2 August .. 80 Sept. .. 27 October .. 35 November .. 32 December " 80 1869 21 January ,, 17 19 February .. It OUTWARD. Arrive at Southampton 24 29 November 8 Apri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

^Irutdiscmcnts. s WAITED OME Good SHEEP DOGS A trial re quired.-Applv to ' W. C. BALLS, 575 Stock and Station Agent. WANTED GOOD HORflJSS. thoroughly quiet, and Brokeu-in to Saddle.-Apply to W. C. HALLS, 576 Stock and Station Agent. WANTED. AN active, willing LAD. of 14 to IS years of age, who will make himself generally useful. A&AffK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 685 Warwick. EXTENSIVE. IMPORTANT. AND UN RESERVED SALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, OF Hardware, Crockery, Glasi ware, Ironmongery, Tools, &c., Ac., Ac. AT THE WARWICK EMPORIUM. To Squatters, Farmers, Carpenters, Storekeeper, and the Public Generally. H. C. RANSOME HAS received instructions from Mr R. W. Gill, to sell by public auction, at the Warwiok Emporium, to omnmence ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 2JTU MARCH. £1,600 WOUTH OF GOi-DS. As below, in first-rate order: Coffee Pots Chisels Tea Pots Farriers' Knives Toast Racks Pocket Knives Candlesticks Tapes Glass Caper Gauges do. Planes Spittoons Axes of all kinds Mirrors Hoes Pouches...

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WROKING OF CA HOLIC CHURCHES IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

WNRNKIVN OF CA IIOLIC; I.'HUIICLLLIS IN ENGLAND Tin' Liverpool " Northern Pri.'ss" con tains the lollowiivr: An open air meeting, attended by about 4000 persons, was held on Wed nesday evening, at the back ol the Bir mingham Town Ilall, to adopt a memo rial to the Government for sparing the lives of the condemned Fenians. The meeting showed strong anti-Fenian tendencies, and would not hear the speeches. The chairman declared the memorial carried, but the crowd could not hear its purport. At the close the speakers were subjected to personal violence, and had to be protected by the police. Alter the meeting at the back of the Town Hall, a gang of between 200 and 300 young rnffkns marched through several of the principal Greets ol the town, creating grout disturbances as they went along, and proceeding to the Horse Fair tliey commenced an attack with stones upon the wisdnws of the houses, making an especial mark on the shop of a confectioner. From the Horse Fair the mob proceeded to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

WARWICK EMPORIUM FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. FN order to make room for other GOODS, tlie undersigned has determined upon CLEARING OUT At LESS THAN COST PRICE, for Cash. lh« whole of Ins extensive Stock of ironmongery Crockery and G7!> dataware. R. W. GILL. Department of Public Lands, lirisliane, 14th March, 1868. Bepartmental JViiUpr. "CROWN LANDS ALIENATION ACT OF 1866." IN order to remove any misapprehension on the part or the public, an «o the clas« of lands available for selection, under the 15th ,T'lon ?f 'JT Cromt Lands Alienation Act of , 1868. which line been .proclaims! in the | "Government Gar,etto" of fit). March. 1868. ' a* (joinI; open to selection on (lie Bth of April j following; u U hereby notified for general i0. formation that the lands defined in the Above recited section, do not Include any portion of the lands cotnnrieod within tin limit! of the Acriculturel Reierves etfjting at the time the aforesaid Act ami into operation. 581 B. W. LAMB. Pttnci %n atiow. By His E...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

THE NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD-FIELDS. On many of the gold diggings tlie late heavy rains have been of great benefit, inasmuch as they have made water plentiful, and enabled the miners to choose their work. But there are some localities where the continued wet weather has been, productive ol serious mischief. Araloen, where the diggers are nearly always hard at <$ork pumping the water out of their claims has suffered not a little: Mining there has lor the present come to a standstill most of the claims being flooded. Other places which have a drier situa tion, have no doubt benefitted by the rain. On the Northern Goid-fieldB the want of water has latterly been the most serious drawback-a drawback which now no longer exists, nor is likely to recur for some months. At Emu Greek too, the rain-fall will en courage the diggers to proceed with alluvial sinking, and also aid the quartz crushing operations materially. There has been a rumor current that payable gold has been discovered...

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DREADFUL MURDER NEAR TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

DREADFUL MURDER NEAR I TAMWORTH. Some little surprise was occasioned .n Monday last, wlion it became known that, in consequence of' a quarrel Ixv j fveon two men at Somrrton, about j .wnty-five miles In mi Taniwoi'lh, onu >1 iI'i-mii shut t'lp ....her iu llie li'-ml. ! which it is lenrvd would uliiiiK'.teiy 1 :v we have lieeii a.b'e to jjlciiti j them appear to he these :-On Suudav last, James Price-the man who fired ! the fatal shot-of Somerton, was at Mr. Swain's publichouse, at that place, and appeared to have hod a good deal of drink do ring the day. Abowt i 2 o'clock in the afternoon, a man named "Yellow Jack," an aboriginal half-cast, in the employment of Mr. Prefrement, of Menedebric station, drove up in his employer's dray to Swain's house. There was another man in the dray named Michael Shell)', who* had been in the same employment as Jack, but who had left recently, and was taking advantage of the dray to obtain a lilt to Tainworih- whence it was pro ceeding, in-charge ...

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REMARKABLE CASE OF TRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

REMARKABLE CASE OF 'i'KANCE. . The people living in (he vicinity of Vhiteland, Johnson County, Indiana, have recently been very much excited over a waller which, to s:iy at least is very strange. Several weeks since Miss Van Amlale, a young woman about seventeen years old, living at the I hdtsu of a family near Whiteland, in ! the capacity ot a servant, was taken sick will) something like liyelerics. iSlie had been confined to her bed a little o-.er a week, when, to all appear ances, she died. The body, however, did not entirely lose its warmth, and a very slight pulse remained. The people with*whom she was living sup posed that she was dead, and were making preparations to bury her, when the physician interfered, forbidding any such step. After remaining in this state for twelve houre, conscious ness returned, and the frirl pronounced herself'much better. bhe then went on to describe her sensations and experiences during the trance, averring that she had visited heaven and hell, an...

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A MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

A MILKING MAGBINE. ? Anbmsr ? wonderful labour-saving machinb comes from America. The "American Artiaaa" gives the following description of a hydraulic cow milking machine, which has won several prizes at various State Agricultural Societies: -^'Anyordiiiary churning.power will work nuUcers, milking as many cows at onee ; aadone man can attend them. One person can attend to the milking of dairies- of from seventy to «ik< hundred cows, getting all the milk aiid saving it Iron dirt or waste. At die right of the machine is seen a pully to which motion is oommunicaied, actuating the (jumps placed, one- ion «ach cow, upon the framework which supports the stanchions. By means or ft horizontal bar several of these pumps may be operated in unison, and a volume of water is thuB worked back and fdrth in the pipes attached to the pumps. At the other end of this pipe is the tailker, which is attached totne eows teats and Is supported in place by the pipe bv which it is connected to t...

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TREMENDOUS ERUPTION AT VESUVIUS. Naples, January 4th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

TREMENDOUS ERUPTION AT VESUVIUS. Naples, January 4th, 1868. The eruption of Moant Vesuvius is jost now qaite alarming. The whole of the volcano is in violent action, and flame issues not only from the old crater and many new openings to the air, but continues to blaze after »it» ejection. On Monday, the 9th of December, the mountain remained almost quiet, its sides being covered to a great extent with snow. A heavy-coloured smnke issued from what the savans term tho " smoke hoW," old and new. Tuesday night, December IOth, the erujition was resumed with j»reat (orce, anil a mass of lava resembling a solid rock, was shot from the crater to a great height, and as seen from this city, rolled down the sides of the great cone after falling. A loud roar as of artillery, was heard during the entire night. The mountain was veiled in dark ness long after the hour of daybreak next morning. As the forenoon advanced, a strong wind sprung up from the North, and dispelled the gloom, and Vesuvius w...

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GOLD IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

GOLD IN Hi ELAND. It is certain that gold mus( have been obtained ill very considerable quantities by the ancient Irish. The peasant's spade is continually bringing In li^it some precious relic of old times -crowns, coiselets, bridles, rings, torques, bracelets of pure un .illrycd fold. Tlicr. is a private . isenm in Lrelanil which dni's not t'orirufti many specimens, some of llwni ol considerable weight. Sir William Beecher refers to one of thirty-six ounces, and Mr. Petrie had an ancient collar weighing more than twenty seven ounces, procured from a bog by the turf-cutters; but all that has been thus preserved bears no pir>|inr:i<m to the quantity consigned privuu-ly io ib-. melting-pot by the lucky discoverers. The Wicklow mountains are built up of' those very rocks which Sir Rode rick Murchison has pronounced to be invariably gold-bearing to greater or less extent. Tlje celebrated Cruughan Kinshelly mines are situated about seven miles west of Arldow. The story of ...

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LATEST BULLETINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

! LATESr BULLETINS. The following are tin Utert bulletins March 16. The Prince pM»ed ft good night, and ii im proving r»»ldly. , The memotl tnen think It likely that he will b»mill able to toon About next week. The prince aat op unit of tin afternoon. Hi« around fa still pMofol. O'Farrell, when Mked if he wlibed to make any etatemaut, «W nutt he bad a commission from boine appointing mm to execute the Doko. lie wunotaony be bad (ailed. . TheaitUngof theSpeciit Commission will cotamMM On Thortaiiy, the. 86th instant. Seventy -two Jnronb&ve been eominoned. Xbe mtdaoM In the city, coming from Aam^Md»n indignation meeting to-day, at: wrblcu retentions /expressing condolence with tbe Prlnoe, and atigmitUhig his would be iMaHtn, wen patted. '* " . Jtaroh 1$, S a. m. Hie frinoe experienced tome return of pain in U)0 jrigto leg.whtoh «u relieved by the rcttiedlei idoptod. Since, then he has etjoyed refie»lilflg alsep, tad !? progsuing fltvoraoij. JP^ofceAWrtdbM been comfortable duri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

arm Add took deliberate aim, but before be could fire, Sir William Manning, who wag was walking ill the lVineo'* side, bad turned round on bearing the report, and attempted to Mite the nan: ttio pistol was then aimed at Sir William who ducked or threw himself for ward to avoid tbe shot; but this time-it was all the work of a moment-the weapon misted fire. The sssasin was then in the act of pul ling tbe trigger a third time and while doing *o was seired by Mr, Vial, conch-builder, of Castlereagb^street, who grasped bie arm« and ao brought the direction of the weapon at the moment of explosion towards the ground. ?The (hot Rtruuk the earth close at band, and rebounding, wounded a gentleman (tsaid to be Mr. 0. Thorne) in the foot or lower part of the leg. What took place afterwards is related above. OlflEB STATEMENTS. Mr. Clark saw tbe prisioncr going towards the Prince, on Ills laft, nearl; at right angles to the course of the Prince. Tile Prince ap peared to see him as be presented t...

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CATTLE STEALING v. POLICE. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

CATTLE STEALING v. POLICE. {ft lie Editor the Bzamintr Timet ) j jBut,-It appears from the increase of the crime of cattle stealing that the ok) adt^e it ct\1l trae, " when the cate are awsy the tniee will play." Onr gorernme&t hsi roored from tbll district some of Its moit efficient police officers, sod now cattle is dlsippesrinft fast.psriicularly those thut are fat. A few day* sioce a person told me that be had been looking for aotne milking cows, but the? were not to be found, but iosteid be hand bead*,-feet, bides, aud paoacbes of 6 re bead of cattle recently shot. The hides were cut in etripen, so that they could not be identified. They principally ley in the neighbourhood of Oakey Creek, on the road to Toolbwra, This afftir wants look ins after. Year obedient servtnt, I * i i

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 March 1868

{ Wfo Mt necitlttrilj/ ho It ourielvei Tttpott' liiU jc'r the apiHlmt txpriHii iy our tdrrupantaiU.} {Te iit Siitor tJ tht Examiner and Timet.) Eta,-I Jut« wilted aome «l*y» in thehope tMwpttMntliilihi Corporation. or tone of tbelnBtteetlal Inhabitanta of Warwick, would-tare taken meaiurei for calling apnblio raeetipgto «{rai tbttt abhorrence at tbo dattaraly attempt to auauiDatethe Ditke of Edinburgh. which hit lately taken pltoe tn SjdAy.-an «r*ent which hu stirred up mingled feeling* of indignation, ehaine, sod corraw, in the hteutt of *11 right thinking met). Bat I lee no algn of any movement on the part of tb« Intn of Warwick to testify their detestation of the act, or their eitiifac tionat the failure of a Hate) remit. How ana why Ib thuf Toownomba and other townu have held public meeting*. Warwick retnaina «|lent. and apparent!/ unconcerned. The apathy which cbaraoterires the inhabitants of toil town, (and which in my heart I believe prevents Warwick from holding that poition...

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SECOND DAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

SECOND DAY. Mauch 16. Prisoner'# apt>e»rmnce today w«» cnn*»der aMy improved, the nwpllirijy «jf hi" fa»tj i-e ? dncvd. and tiis eyaa- **erp le«» inflam-il T'<ei' !B n-i'bin^ retnarkithlf in (lift <*x|»r nni >n of lii* C«"4nietifltiC'' mid w -SI di-mai-d he wn- w en liis crime wm 0'»mraittcd lie would Iinvc parsed An an. individual of re»peetable intelii* geoiMptot.. Sii William Montague Manning1, examined : I wa* at the Scot's Home Picnic, at Clou taifoa Thursday laat; Hi* Uoy*l Highness cv>i« c Hivertting with in? wj>e» I heard an ex plosiou, which appeared to fne lit«e that of a firework or cracker discharged in the air; it waft very close to me j but at the time 1 hail no idea what it was; 1 think the Duke marie -oiiio exc'ainatiito indicating that he wa* struck. Imt 1 couli! n«»t undertake to say that I *atv hitu fall, or that I «aw him hit; imme diatHy after the report lie either *aid some thiuj; oc waa fulling; I faced round toward* the man I...

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