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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

l'O Tin? WORSHIPFUL TIIK JUSTICES I OK Till-: I'KAi'E ACTING IS' A\|I! HiRTHB ni^TIOCr i.F W.UIWI'K IN J'HU COI-ONY OK QL'£E>SLANIJ I WILLI KM CABIEIi. I.i.kccrrr hi'!-I . intf » Lic.M.»e for lUu ' !!?'*<- Inn." Pft'. jii. rin s'r c , Warwick, in the «? i^t-i<r' OJ' W.ir ttic1;, do hfiei v >:i«« tier thai I i.ueod to i|irU' «i (In-" UESKMAL UCKN^ING MEETING to be ' ild in iUI>D\Y. -he 21-t >I*tv >1' April n.xt <n«uing, fur a RE» NKWAL «f Ml'-h Lic< ii-e Glial under my li ml Hit* twenty-third d«y of Mmcli. tme tli"U»nd eight hundred aiM nixty-eight. Sb8. WILLIAM CARTER. TO Till! WORSHIPFUL THK JUSTICES (IF THK PK«'i« ACllNG IN AND FDR TUB DISTRICT OK WARWICK. IS THK COLONY OF QUEENSLAND. I SAMUEL F.VENDEM, Innkeeper, hujd . ing a licena.. fur tlie " Commercial H tel." mtuati'd at the corner of Victniia an I , Palnieiin-aireetK. Warwick in the district of Warwick, do hereby wif- nmic- tl.«l I intend 1 no iti.plv at t)ie GEKKH....

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. Indignation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

Till; ATTEMPTED !t/lTIO\ UK THK UlIUKl or I:iii\uvkuii. I I Indignation ffleeling. A meeting of ibc inhabitants uf War wick ami tlic surrounding district, convened by Hie Womtiip the Mayor in answer tu a requisition, was held on last Monday after noon al Mr. Ransoiue's new aucMou room, fur (he purpose of expressing indignation at the late atrocious attempt to assassinate the Dnlte uf Edinburgh. There was a numerous and influential atlcailaucc. Oil the motion of Mr, W. II. BROWN, seoonded by the Ven. ARCHDEACON GLENN1E, His Worship the MAYOR ivas called to the chair, who opened the meeting by staling that he would not be expected to enter into any lengthy discussion upon tile matter that called them together. But fie would say that he fully concurred with the spirit that had brought them together. lie would quite agree with the expressions of strong indignation that would be made de nunciatory of the assassin. He would agree also with the expressions that would he made in abhorrence ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

A LLO I! A . i Mr. F. KATES, Storckecepers] has been appointed agent for this i journal in A Itora, from whom copid may he obtained ceery Monday morning, immediately on the arri val of the, coach. WARWICK. Mr. J. MILLAR, Bookseller, has been appointed agent for the sale of this Journal, and is also author ised to receive advertisements and orders for printing, H. A. CO WTO If, SAJ1L. IRWIN. .

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1868. LATEST. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS, (From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

(famincr ititij ®mcs. SATURDAY, Apkil 4, 1868. UTEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS, (From the Britbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. March 30. The gUllngG or (lis Circuit Court were concluded lo-day. Four eases were tried, ?nd one was adjourned.

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

TI1E NEW STAMP DUTIES. Tim f.it lowing diitiu* are payable under tin? new Stamp Act, which came into operation <in tlie 1st November (am £ b. d Draftt and. fVotnUsnry So/ft . i For wry £oi) .iu/i H)1!j evioy fiiieiimiai |,", t of i'Suabove 0 10 Mill* bf AiMaf.ye,-(?iiiirJc) .lino ditto ° ' (lift, Ditto Koreicrn (if <lra«n in set* of tw,i..rt(inrp),.'»eli. f..rc-i-erv£.W 0 0 0 itecetf ti -F.tt all hUiiin of zOa. and U|m-/mls. euco .. 0 0 1 or OrArt.-Pittn, Ditto 0 0 1 Utink Aotfg.~-For every £.100 u( ) theaveraire annniia) rircolmion 8 0 0 lieedt of ConK/y-trice of Property - J'oreverj-CtfU and under .. .. 0 7 1! Above. a ltd not exceeding £100 .. 0 IS 0 I'oi every fractional part of £100 above 0 IB 0 Agreement*.-Of tlm value of tS mid upward* 0 2 fi /Vote.-Where luitera are produced in eatirt to prove a^reemiut. ft will lie siiffiei.-Dt fur one «,f tin.,,, to be stumped with a duty of St. Ritli of Lading,-nt enpr thereof 0 10 For every receipt, «r cjn there.,f ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

THE featniuci- autr Ciiitcs IS PUBLISHED IK WARWICK Brery KtTllttuii IHOHMVfi, In time for (he Outgoing MuIIm. The amount of Subscription is FIVE .HI LLING 8 per quarter. in all cases in mIvmm. Single copiti, SIXPENCE. BOAIS OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING i i. A. Twolleea 1 0 Four do. ., 2 0 8lt 4» i 6 Elghl d.t S 0 Ereiy addition*! nix lines or under Is. Dist'oi'-T On 13 oonaeeutive iuaertiona 2" per cent. 26 " 83 " All Advertieementa mint apeciff on their iaOe (he number of liinen they are tn bo In* aerted; if «ent in without tlil« npui'ificntii.n. each ad»erti*»iiients will he iimerte<1 nn'il Countermanded. ntid charged for accord in ;:ly All Advertiaeiuents mint be aeut in n<it later than S p m. «n Friday*. Orders lor withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-anbacibers' advertisements ramt be paid for preriona to Inutilan. . tfaiMagea, Births, and Deaths, is. per tmrttsi. AGBNT IN SYDNEV ftfeHrt. Gordon and G»teb, Oeorjje-atrect AGKMT8 IK BRISBANE Mr. G D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

NOTICE. CONTINCATION OF THE BALE OF Hardware, Crockery, I!I»sb ware, Ironmongery, Tool*, *«., Ac., Ac AT THE L^VA11W1CK ISMPOlliUM, TUEHMY, 14th April. To Squatters, Farmers, Carpenters, Storekeepers, and the Public Generally. H. C. RANSOME HAS received instructions from Mr. It. W. (Sill, to sell by public auction, lit (lie Warwick Emporium, OS TUESDAY, Urn APRIL, £1,000 woirra of GOODS, As below in first-rate order: Coffee Pots Tea Pole Tout Racks Candlesticks Glass Paper Emery do. Spittoons Mirrors Pouches Bench Screws ?J:. Hpokeshaven ,f, Coffee Mills Rasor* Table Kniret Forks Spoons Needles Scissors Bplls Spirit levels Pulleys, Butts > &? br W M» Taps Rssps i Files .-V Saws Screws v. Saddlery ShoemsUcrs'Tools -ll Coopos' Tools i' BlaeRamitbi-' Tools j CarpBbUrs' Touls I 1 t Stono Masons' Tuols J ? it. In addition to the abore will be sold an sb tortmentof' Chisels Farriers' Knives Pocket Knives Tape Gauges Planes Axes of all kinds Hons liinshen Fishing Tickle Locks nf...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

DEATH. At her residence, Warwick, Ellen Connell, the beloved wife of Peter Connell, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Chris- tian fortitude, aged 52 years.

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Gympie Diggings. (From the Nashville Times.) March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1868

GYMPIE DIGGINGS. (From the Nashville Times.)   March 25.   The escort left yesterday morning, taking   dawn 2218 ounces 5 grains. This amount does not appear great, but the Bank of New South Wales did not send down any of the gold bought by it since it opened on Satur- day last.   We regret to hear that a company which was being projected for the purpose of working the bed of the River Mary is about to be abandoned. We regret it the more as we believe it was the intention of the com- pany to erect, in addition to the machinery necessary for working the river, the most improved quartz crushing machinery in connection therewith, to be employed in crushing for the public generally, and we feel assured that there is not a company of quartz miners on this gold-field who will not admit that to the speedy erection of such machinery depends in a great measure the successful development of our numer- ous and promising quartz reefs. We were ...

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The Paris Morgue. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

The Paris llarguo. The Mi'&i striking and melancholy fact con nected ivjtfi the Morgue is, that the number of dead bodie* brought within itn wall* baa breu ijictvbtfiug during Jii« Jntfor years in a frightful ratio, find out of all proportion to the increase of lho pnpnjnlion. Thus, in 1340, the number WAS 30S; in lhsOil. 47^; in 1 SCO, 733; and in tbe first nine months of lite pic Bent yenr, 61*7. Of the 733 todies it) the Morgue in 1SCC, 4S0 were men, 8i> women, and 1C1 infanta Of HO who were identified. 235 committed suicide by diowning, 19 were homicides, SO banged themselves, five coin mittcd stiicidc by firearms, three by knives, f ix toy charcoaf, rix by poison, three died from starvation, end 82 from sudden death in the streets. The greatest number «»f bodies are brought to the Morgue in Juno nnd July, the fewest in January and December. Gambling on the stock oxchange is stated to be the moat fruitful cause of suicide; the greatest facility that exists in the Pari...

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Influences of War upon the Population. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Influcnccs of War upon the Fopnlallon, We arc really not surprised that tho Freucb Chamber became alarmed at tho prospective { effect which Marshal Kiel's proposals for re- I organising I he French army might liave on I tho progress of population. Tho amendment ! allowSag soldiers to marry after the sixth year | of service was carriod by an enormous mi jority spile of the marshal's strenuous resist ance Marshal Nicl would absorb a very large section of tbe manhood of France into the army, and compel it to forego nil thoughts of marriage for many years. As medical men, wc venture to say Ous would be a very suicidal measure. It may be an amusing piece of banter to urge that the women of Franco ought to be contented with husbands drawn from the army rejections, the halt, the latne, and tbe blind; and to add that a squint or a clubfoot is no bar to ft man's becoming n liusbaud, but a decided obstacle to bis ever making a soldier. But tills does not touch the root of the matter, which in...

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Britannia to Australia. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Britannia to Austraiin. (From TVrncA.} My Dear Daughter,-You have coino out. You have been presented to nay sailor Prince. You hart; pleased your old mother vastly by your splendid eclebratiou of thi« one of the greatest events in your life, and she isicager to offer you her thanks And congratulations I lieflr you arc a fine, handsome lasH, with a busb of golden hair, bloomhyr and buxom, who have not yet done growIP-figurc rather fuller than mine, but features much the same. 1 hope the family likcrioss will be preserved through many centuries and cycles to come, ! and that when you arc as old as I am you I may look &s well as I do, and bave as few wrinkles and furrows, as after oil my ycai s and trials, my time-beaten visage shows. So young too I only four-score { for Sydney will heap her eightieth birthday this very year. I am conscious that when I was 3'our age t was not able to give balls and banquets, or dazzle with transparencies and illumina tions (piping times for you...

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Marvelious Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

marvellous Escape. At the London Guildhall, Johanna Shelley, aged 25, was charged with Attempting to com mit suicide by throning herself from the top of a four-storey home in Aldersgaie-streel. Bemy Atkins «al<i that lie keeps a coffee-shop at 1ST, Aldcisgate-strcct, and nt ten time on Thursday evening the prisoner came to lodge at his bouse. She was shown to lier room at the top of the house, and between nine and ten o'clock one of the neighbours' eons came run ning into his chop and said there was a lad; ' on bis leads. lie Trent at once to the rnof of his shop, and there found the prisoner appa- j rcntly uninjured. The placo where she fell' was tiled, and several tiles were broken iiy the i force of Die fall. It was a wonder she was not killed, forhis bouse is four-storeys high. There is a flat roof to bis house, whioli is onclosod by iron railings, and the prisoner most bare got over them, or she could not have fallen. She bad pnt her light out, and bcr umbrella and o...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) TOOWOOMBA. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

LATEST f'ELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {From ike Britbant papers.) TOOWOOMBA. April 0 A servant girl in the employ of a store keeper in tlits town was delivered this morning of an il!i«itfmote cbdd. The child was found subsequently quite Head, in a water closet. A poit mortem examination was held, and the mother ia Ui cuatudy,

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The Labor Market in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Vhc Labor Market ID tbe Vailed AUtei, ¥be New York coriespondent of the Btrali wrlteiIn the city of Mew York 60,000 working men and working women are idle. Ten thousand ahlp caulkers and carpenters are without work. In nil tbe shipyards only two (t6tm beets, two ferry boats, and two .ailing vessels are being built. Of tho 6,000 longshoremen, only 1,800 lave employment. Not leu titan 3,000 domestic servants, 600 cigar mskers (out of 2.000), 1,800 carpenters (oat of D'OOO), 900 biioklayers and masons {sift of H.OOOj, 3,000 hat makers, 4,000 -lailora, $.000 ironworkers, bolier-tnikera, machinieta, As., 8.000 etagravera, woodcutters, &e., 800 jewellers, 1,000 jewellery>box makers, 600 |ew*lle>7 pulUbers, 100 burniahera, 200 dia moad-eetUra, 6,000 clerk*, COO Compositors, besides many type-pnlishers, horse-shoera, pl*»terera,&c., aro M|o in the city of New York and Its suburbs. Add to tUeae (acts, that sthtri fact. Ibat emiprauta are returning to' . Europe at tbe ra...

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MARYBOROUGH. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

MARYBOROUGH. April 6. I About three mi lee {ram Gympie La Barle's coach m stopped this rooming by three armed men, just as the coach wan as cending a hill They came out of the bush end ordered the driver to stop, There wrro thirteen" passengers OD (lie coach, and Dot a weapon od the lot of any sort. The robbers took £200 in note*, 30 sove reigns, and IB ounces of gold. Their faces j ware concealed with handkerchiefs, and they seemed quite new at the work of plun der. The searcher trembled a good deal, and s good deal of cash escaped him. On leaving the coach they mat towards the river. They were oo foot, but it is thought they had hones in the bush await ing them.

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Nitor=Glycerine. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

it !-<>.(? I jccrine. The chief nn-.' to which tin* in:w (f»i it w.i OBly tbico'.T fuur >< nj-6 ago ili.il it was ili*- ; cave ted in Saxony) and ilnr.{r';r»>ii« j has b^en jint is f t Un-tin1.; pni'j>"s<-: it require* * much Mnnllcr hole or chamber ; gunpowder, the strength nf tho hitter being scarcely one-tenth of the t puiu It U n I blight y«-ll(i\v o !y fl'iiil-a compi>ui.<l i.f jjrly- ! ceilQfl on I i.ii -\u ind. Weight for weight tin; | btnutjnj <>il f-c-i)', veiy favorable cciupari.-ivn with tfu )|k«w<1«m', and other tilings being equal j it in «b"ur five times aa «*flcetive. It Ins biren i contffl'bd (fiat it ought to develops nn integer i beat than gunpowder, and this apjtonr^ tnhpvc been burn? uul by so I'ita) experiments ivhtch have been made at different times in Saxony by Hr, Nobel, He calculates Lhntas compared witb gunpowder it possesses about thirteen timet its power when volume is co...

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IPSWICH. April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

IPSWICH. April 7. Tim evening a little gitl named Meade, aged twelve years, was endeavoring to get a drlnli at the river, when she fell iu and waa drowned' The body baa beea recovered.

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SYDNEY. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

SYDNEY. April 6. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edin burgh has proBButed Mr. Vial with a gold watch and appendages. Tba Duke intimated (bat, as O'Farrell bad committed a crime against (he laws, he could not interfere for a commutation of the sentence which had been passed Tbe Duke met the membera of the Min istry and a few of the leading citizens at lunch, today, at Government House. He made an admirable speech. Id which be ex pressed bis grateful thanks at (he reception which bad been awarded him in the Australian colonies, and regretted that the attempted assmination had occurred to mar the pleasure. He WM oompieUly over powered by his feelings. He embarked on board the Galatea in tbe presence of tbe Ministers. A company of soldiers and a force of police Trare staiiened at tho place of embarkation. A very large crowd was collected, and Hie Rryil High ness was lustily cheered. The maste and rigging nt the men-nfwar were manned, and (he Galatea was saluted. A meeting of Ibe Executiv...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

A bird called the mynah, introdufced from, India, has been found extremely useful in Victoria Tor clearing vineB of caterpillars. A large doputatiou of some sevebtydestl tuto farmers, representing 30,000 of' land, waited on tbe Chief Secretary of South Australia, praying for a grant of seed wheat from the Government, and stat ing that unless granted, their land would go out of cultivation. The answer was un> favorable. A meeting of the Germans wai held on, Sunday afternoon last, at 2 o'clook, at Mr. Stamps, to take into consideration the beat means to inaugurate a society for mutual improvement, and fur the formation' of a sick club. It was unanimously agreed that Mr. Hartmaun should apply to tbe sereral German societies at. Adelaide, Sydricy, and Melbourne, for prospectuses aud every other information he oould obtain respecting them.- Teoxiooba Chronicle. Tbe Melbourne Age says an immense quantity of salt is now being gathered .by the inhabitants rooud the margin lakes near Lake...

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