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PRELIMINARY TRIAL OF O'FARRELL FOR THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE PRINCE ALFRED. (Abridged from the S.M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

PRELIMINARY TRIAL OF u'F.AURFXL FOB THE ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE mi&i ALFRED. (Abridged from the A J/. Herald.) On F'iilay, the IS li a «p ..inl G "<rt was lietd in tlio l)u Itui s' l1.isim, Duiliii^nurHi Gaol, Mr. U. H Y'isx. the Wat.-r Police Maglatiate, presiding, to inquire into tint charge Vgalo'l Henry JfiincR O'Farrell of wwuHiig, with int'-nl to kill, his Iloyal High* nesa tbe Duke of Rdinburgb, on the 1 Stli in stsnt. at Clontarf, near Sydney. Amongst others present there were bis Ex cellency the Higlit Iluu. the Earl uf Beltnore, Captain Beresfoid, Leiutcnant Htiig, Viscount Netrry, tlie lion. Eliot Yorke, Mr. Toulmiu, Mt. O. W. Briefly, the Attorncy-Gineidl (Mr. Ma still), the Colonial Treasurer (Mr. Eaz>'i)t and Mr, Wisduui. M.L.A, The face of the im'""""'- (who was stiired in tlie pil^.iu I?I»-S ... chili; ct.irn' t pp-srnt <i a sic'.iujil.ivr : h-ii >id'! oi !i.* face va« ii;,; ....l ci'-n . ? .<5 .'?<. -i :hl .-i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

H T..K nF*ul««p"EL,*B,1,& OLliOWAY'8 OlMTMBMT, CIRCOHB TO THE MOK: The first h.upital surgrona and «neait»I author, of Kurrtpe admit the onpa^lledantl. Inflammat"iy «nd healing ,b£ ointment; goveriimsi« sanctionT theli naval and '"'I'"'? "n1 J?* masses I.. thi. country and throughout .«jw . world .repnae the utinoat confidence in llXHira tive properties. It penetrstir the wnrcei of inflammation and corruption which undertto ths . xtem.l evidences of dlaease. and Uos the fiery elements which feed and «"> perat- tho inal.dy. SCBOFVli*. EHYBIPEL1B. . These ire among the mint temlila #n«i agonMng diseaaes, yet1 in their worst forms, and when seemingly (pcmable. they JnwrliMy. - disuipear under a perseverng application ^. tW~KO.rtl.inB. healing, antidote to pain Mf) SSSff'Shu FEVER S0RE8, UWPS* JOINTS. ' . Incase. Of Kins'* E^iU where^ waters lotions. and ewy recipe of iht phMf; maeopiffi have proved ugeleg. the OtptrtW^ will aoooinpliah »thorough cure. FrtwaorM heal quiekl>...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

ENGLISH MAILS. The f'lh'WJne In a table o! the data upon irliicli the Kigii-h Mail, n'aGalle and South* impi"ti. i'|!I uriiie at. ai.d Jenve tfyinef during llie5>resent year, ticcnnlii.g to the eon*, tract fiitficd' iuto I't'Uc," tlie P. and O. C'xiipauy And the ruDtiun»ter Qenp* ?a) Tlie Queensland portion or the malla an conveyed b.twteu lti i-l>nuo and Sv Iney by nnoiher coinp.ny. Tlie inward mall arrlvea in liriil-am' plioi'i 60 hours alter it arrive* la Bvdin-y; Itnd tlia nut ward mail close bane about tlirfe day* before llu P. steamer leaves Sydney IN WARD. Leave Southampton. March At'i'il May June July Auiinst August Sept. October. ^Arrive at Sydney* June id 7 July .. .. « Augiut # Augoit tO 8rpt. 87 October ,, H November IS; Decrmber, S0< 18<i9; SI January .. tj 19 February If OUTWARD. Arrive al Southampton Si November December Leave Rvdney. March .. 1 April .. H> March .. 89 May .. .. 29" A,iril ., 2t Jtins .. -80 May .. 22 July .. 1ft J one ....

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

focal Intelligence. The following are tbe readings of the barometer and tWmoraeter for the jm&t week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: BABOMETEII. TUEBHOUETEB' MAX. HIS. Saturday .. 28 51'J .... 79 0 .. 64 0 Monday .. 28821 .... 78 0 .. 650 Tuesday " 2840i .... 6*0 .. 490 Wednesday .. 28 321 .... 87"0 .. CO 0 Thursday .. 28337 ....'890 .. 610 Friday .. 28801 850 .. 4C0 Eaiufall since list issue nil, In die " Government Gazette" of last Saturday we notice the following appointments:-Mr. Frank S. Bower man to be Police Magistrate and Clerk of Petty Sessions at Leyburn; Mr. Benjamin Gribb, junr., to be Clerk of Petty Sessions at Dalby in the room of Mr. Bowerman, promoted. The annual meeting of the Warwick Jockey Club was held on Monday evening last at the Criterion Hotel. There was a very good attendance. Mr. W. C. Balls was voted to the chair, and after explaining the objects of the meeting, called upon the secretary to read the balance sh...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. 0 10 The fallowing duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last:- £ c Drnfli and PfomikRory Tloba - For every £5U "nd under, and every fractional part or £50above 0 10 BiUt of £xe/ia>,fft.-(f}0ele) ditto. ditto .. Ditto Foreign (if drawn io Ve'ts of , two or more), e«cU, fur every £60 0 0 6 Rectif,u.-"Phy a1| sums of 20*. and upwards, eacii ,p .. 0 0 I Cheques or Ordert.-~Witta, Ditto 0 0 I Dank NoUt,-For every £J00of tit© average aniiQuttl circulation 8 0 0 fieedi cf Ccnvtyanee of Property. hot every £50 an,I un.fer 0 7 6 Alwre, not exceeding £100 0 IS n bi» every fractional ciatt of £100 | a'"*ve .. o 15 O Agrnmtnlt -ot the value of £6 I «"d (ipwardd 0« 8 6 j AWe.-Wlieru Otters Aid produced. f 'o cwirt to prove agreement if will be ftufficient f»r one <»f them | to be stamped with a duty of 5«. | gilt* °f fading*-or copy thereof 0 10 ror every receipt, «r.enpy rheretff I from master mate or ageot...

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Sentence of Death on Grffin. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Sentence of Death on GrfBn. j The trial of Griffin, late Police Ma gistrate at Clermont, for the murder of the gold escort, was concludcd on Thursday last, when the Judge passed sentence of death on the murderer, without the shortest hope of mercy. The summing up occupied the Judge nearly sis hours, and he was very much affected on passing sentence.

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Life of a Ballet Girl. INSIDE VIEW OF THE FRENCH STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Iiife of a Ballet. Girl. INSIDE VIEW OF TJIE FRENCH STAGE. The gossiping Paris correspondent of the Boston "Commercial Bulletin" gives (he following report of a "figu rante" in that city as told by a friend : They had just brought out, said he, at the Port St. Martin, a great specta cular piece of rare attraction, requiring a very largo " corps du ballet." The sub-manager a friend of mine, invited im; behind-the scenes the first ninht of representation. I went and had my. nsur! clia with my favorite in the corps in the green room. I. noticed si'tiim quite apart from the rest of the girls, a young dancer whom I had seen be/ore a few times, and whom I had always spoken to in vain; she never would answer me, and I always noticed that she treated all the other gailantsin the same way. On this evening she was sitting apart, and I observed that' tears were rolling down her cheeks, which were heavily rouged. She was dressed very sparsely, in pink gauze. I approached her, and touched by her...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Warwick JUanlclpal Council, The usual fortnightly meeting of the cor poration was held on Thursday last, when lliore were present-Tho Mayor, Aids, Thornton, Morgan, Crombic, Affleck, and Craig. Tlio minutes <if the previous meeting were read, after which the following corres pondence KBI read: (1) Letter from Joseph Walkit.eon, sla ting that through circumBtanccs having occurred iu his family over whLb lie had no control, be was unable to curry out the tender for clearing the mad to the Ci'inr lary ; (2) From U. Cleary, of the Plough Inn, requesting that two corner posts be erected at (be corner of Pnlmcrin and l'rat (en-streets, and that the footpath in front uf his residence be gravelled. The Ma YOB said in reference to the letter from Joseph Watkinsun, the council were fiowcrless in the matter, and as the sureties lad uol yet aieuoi the bnnd, they had no other remedy than to accept the resignation of Watkinson. Perhaps the bent step would bo to accept the next lowest l...

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Baden-Baden Gambling Tables. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Baden-Baden Gambling Tallies. " Harkaway" has the following remarks in " Laud and Water" in reference to the proprietor or these tables: *' Another notable, in the person of M. Beimet, the> proprietor of iKo baden-Baden gambling-tables, has been called to liis last home. M. lienazi'i, who died at Nice of conges tion of the lungs, was a stilf-m.ide mail ??uid exceedingly wealihy. HiS vnst tirh'-s, I need scarcely slate. were pro duced Irom the tables. and, notwjth standing the rf|lorisjiinmallv published to the effect that the Government was going to abolish* them, M. Benazet, owing to the strength of hia purse, had always sufficient interests with the Grand Dukes of Germany to retain his tables and his own position in Baden. The immense sums of money annually lost to the tables by English and other visitors were almost incredi ble. Benazet, however, was very liberal, and would, L understand, always lend the heaviest losers suffi cient funds to enable them to pay their travelling ...

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The Prisoner O'Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

The Prisoner O'Farrelt. O'Farrell'a history ia fully ascertained. He commenoed studying for the priesthood, bul be afterwards abandoned his studies He has travelled extensively, and lived a long time at Ballamt, where be became a sold buyer. He has two sisters nuns, and his brother, who was a solicitor in Melbourne, absconded with funds belonging to St. Patrick's College. He refuses to say anythicg respecting his accom plices. At his residence in Sydney, the police found a trunk belonging to tue prisoner, con taining a few articlos of clothing and a quantity of bullets and peicussion cape, and the table drawer in his bed room contained a considerable quantity of powder as well as bullets and shot. In the trunk was (bond a bonay Bible, with the name " H. P. Farreli" inscribed therein, a Catholio prayer book and a rosary. It was ascertained that the prisoner had lived at the Clarendon Hotel since Christmas last, and that he had previously lived at Mr. Tierney'a the Cmrency Lass Hotel,...

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The Distribution of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

The thtrlliolion of l.nfoor. We do riot Rfein in manage? the Hislri bminn ot labor well.in this country, ami llie difference between the remuneration ot skilled and unskilled ivoikmen would appear to lie more than is warranted either by their relative intrinsic values or their ri-lative natural rarity. Within one week the newspapers hare men tioned incidentally, three (acts, which, read in juxtaposition, are by no means satisfactory. In the east of London the number of able-bodied paupers, who can obtain no employment, and appa rently will have to be supported this winter as they were last winter, by charity, is very formidable, and as in creasing at the rate of nearly 1000 a week. In Dorsetshire., and some other fiurely agricultural counties, the aliorers are subsisting on earnings of about 108. a week for the whole family, and think themselves lucky when they can obtain 12s. At the same time the " Newcastle Chronicle" in a paragraph headed " Depression in the Iron Trade" announces...

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The "Dummy" Correspondent of the "Argus." (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

The " Iliunmy" Correspondent of the "Argon." ( COMMUNICATED.^ When the Land Bill was passed and had finally received tlio Royal assent, it was agreed on all sides to be the most liberal Kill pertaining to the Crown Lands that was ever passed in the whole of the colonies. The much-vaunted Liberal organs-those which had been the bitterest opponents to it during its progresB in the House-could not but admit that it waa nearer approaching to the requirements or the colony than any Bill they had ever chronicled. It will not be soon forgotten that even that would-be champion of the people's rights-Mr, Doug hs-at the conclusion of the session did not uppose its final passing until it was too late, but to make his constituency believe in his consistency, he immediately declared that he was ignorant of the meaning of the re solution, and if he had known that all the clauses were included in the motion forwhich he voted he would have voted the other way. This action reads very well on paper, ...

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Commencement mmenrenicnt of Old Age. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Commenrenicnt of Old Age. What are (he signs of natural decay ? When does old age commence? The natural history of individual death, without disease, is one of the subjects, which it remains ior modern physicians to study. When does the vital machine begin to wear out in the typically healthy man, and what are the ways by which, normal decay, inevitable de tb, invades the aged man ? With our modern means o? precise observa tion and minute pathological research we should be able now to lay the foundation Cor the answer to this most important question. The subject is snggested to »is by a most thoughtful, able and well-written thesis on death, considered from the etiological points of view, by Doctor Acosta, of Paris, which, will repay the perusal of re flective men. Discussing Hip difficulty of determining the commencement of old age, Dr. Acosta remarks that, while the Greeks regarded the age 49 (seven times seven, their climateric number) aa the culminating point ot human strength, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

WARWICK. Mr. J. MILLAR, Bookseller, has been apjwinted agent for the sale of this Journal, ami is also author ised to receive advertisements and orders for printing. It. A. COWTON, SAML. IRWIN*.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

LATEST rELEGHAPiriC NEWS. (From the Urtsbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. March 21. The Si'ulia lift* oriivcd front HokUiki, with seventy-seven pa-scugiTs; and the James PaUrsoi). from SyJncy, with filly passengers.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

femiittr iiiiitr Cimts. SATURDAY, MAUCB 28, J6G8. Thk buret of indignation with which the news of the attempted assassina tion of the Prince by the Fenian or ganisation was received throughout the colonies; shows unmistakably how little the great mass of the population sympathises with disloyalty. Indeed, hi on oi all classes and parties must feel indignant at the perpetration of so meaningless a crime. But it is useless to deny the fact ttat a certain section of oor population is disloyal at heart, and however much their good sense . and better feelings may lead them to disapprove of assassination, they can not bide from us that they nauseate tile allegiance tliey are supposed to yield to the Crown of Great Britain. Everyone must have observed that while in their speeches and public ex pression of feeling on the subject, they have spoken with horror of the atrocity of the deed, and of the disgrace it will bring upon a certain party, not one word of loyalty to the Crown is ex presse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

Nature of Work. Dilo of Galttlc containing notice. Date to whicli toDdeta can be received at this office. Onnatructlon of Wnodeu Puiitat Gooniliwindi. March 14tb. IR66. Apr!) 80th, 1868. 601 A. U PALMER. TO THE WORSHIPFUL THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE! ACTING IK AND FOR THIS DISTUIOT OF WARWICK, IN THE COLONV OF QUEENSLAND. I SAMUEL GORDON, iookeeper. holding . a license for the "Prinoeaa of Watet ttniel," eftuate at Allora, In the diitrict of Warwick, do hereuy giro notice that it i« my intentiuo to apply, at the GSN'EBAL LICENSING MEETING to be held for the dintriut on TUESDAY, the 21ft<day of April next eniniog, for . RENEWAL of euch Liotiarte Givoa under my hand this twenty-ninth day of March, one thnuaaad eight hun dred and slaty-debt. £07 SAMUEL. GORDON. TO TlfP WOBSHIPFUL THE JU8TIOKB OF THE PEAOK ACTING IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF WARWICK, IN TUB COLONY OF QUEENSLAND. I FREDERICK BRUSHABER. Innkeeper, , holding ft Lic»n«o for llie " Harmony Uotal," Sandy Creek, iu the ...

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SYDNEY. March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

SYDNEY. March 23. ! 1 uo Colonial Secretary of Queensland lias written to this Government predicting failure and want at the lvolan Diggings. The Hon. John Robertson has given notice of a New Land Bill A man has been apprehended who has been heard to declare tliat he would finish the Princet, The Prinoe took the air to-day for about two hours, in a Bath cbair. lie will probably visit tbe Galatea to morrow. It is expected that the Priuco's voyage borne will be made via Torrea Straits. Tbe Legislative Assembly fire debating another amendment on tho motiun for going into supply. The Orangemen wil) meet to uight to adopt an Address to Prince Alfred - March 24. The Prince's recovery U almost completed. The threats of Fenian sympathisers Against tbe authoilties eacite great indignation. Archbishop Polding has received a threatening letter from the same party. The Orangemon held a ineotiug lewst night, and adopted a loyal address lo the Prince. In the Assembly, another party contest has co...

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MELBOURNE March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

MELBOURNE March 24. 1 The Assembly lias adjourned, nnd Mr. Ridae U attempting to form a Ministry. Six men hare been drowned through the upsetting of a boat belonging to tbe Light of tbe Ago.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 28 March 1868

CorttsponbtMf. {To the Editor oj the Examiner and Time* ) Sib-My attention hat just been drawn tcra scurrilous letter addressed to Oharles Clark, Esq., which appeared in ibe Warwick Argut, of the 25th ult., the writer of which ingeniously or rather disinger.ioasly arranged that 4)U lucubration should not Appear until after Mr. Clark bad left yur district en route for Tas mania. As an old resident of Warwick and personal friend of Sir. Cieifc, in justice to that gentleman 1 am bound to say tbat the con temptible insinuations made agaiust Mr. Clark's character as a magistrate are only eqnalled in a"b«urdity by the hopeless efforts made by the writer to appear witty.and though commending bis perseverance in the hopeless attempt, beg to subjoin for bis especial benefit the following couplet ol Pope : - * Yoq beat your pate and fancy wit will come. JELaock gt fou «riJl there's noboAf home.*' It is evident that the political charlatan who writes for the Argus, and concentrates bis attacks...

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