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

MELBOURNE. A]»rtI o Three s;iilois ami a wuninii wvj<i arreted j litis morning f|,r euniniittiii^ a i:;urder in u | brutliel, y»'sitn1;iy inoriiiir.'. : Nuws Las liuvn rurivoi lrn:i H"Kiiii:a 1 to (lie effect that 11, ere is pe.a c\dU'n;eM there against (In.* Fenians. Futljcr Lark in and Mr. Melody, who took I an active part in the late Fenian dcroonstra- ' Hun llioro, have becii arrested. j April 7, Mr. Uiddell Ins abandoned the task of forming an Administration, and Mr. Sladen lias been sent for. The drawing for the celebrated Maribyr 110U5 Rtud, on the Art Union principle, came off yesterday, at the old Exhibition Build* *"*?? Great interest u\is munifisteJ thruu^holit ; thfl proceedings. Tasmania aud Om«.i have only carried of)" two foals, an«] the remainder of the stud have been won by Victorian*.

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A Sad Case of Misery. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

A - Sad Caw of . Mttaerf.H ' Some shocking facta tr#re elicited at 4 coroner's inquest Tteld m\ Friday, at Brlxhuin,. South Devon, concerning the death ofa chili, named Matilda Boffett, fl£ed ID1 years. It appeared from the evidence (bit. More than ft week ago, the chitd complained of ftlneM, *nd> had gradually got worse; ntlU no attempt naS. made to obtain mcdical aid< Indeed, the poor little sufferer was all but totally neglected. On Sunday the 16th, a neighbor named Oor nish took the child into her house aafi gave, her some breakfast, and, according to the mother's evidence, all that the child had te. ceited since was a little bulled Hoe.- OnW#d nesday afternoon, the mother, being without food, coal, or candle, wentwut In , quart of' charity, and when she returned, at firs o'clock, the found the child, whom she bad left in bed, senseless. Death aoon follewed. The jury visited the duelling, a tiro-roomed kiaier 3round ocllar, quite devoid of fnmiture. The bed consist...

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CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

CALENDAR FOR MARCH. MoodV ( 'huut;' ft. Full Moon 7iti ...5,2fi p. ]*«tQuartr Utli ...«4G jj. Now Mdon i!3rd ...5.11 (i 1st Quarlr. 30Ui.. 4.2:1 (< Sisu lli 1% bit*' Ist «lav... j,5ft bilt ,, ... ti.17 5.JT I'.tb ... 6.21 5.3S -"iirl .. .. 0.24 . .. f-.l1 l! iil c! t; i 20, 111 12] 13: Mi 15 16 17 16 19 20, 2X| 22| 231 i-1 3d, 3G1 ?7 26 30 All Fool's liay Richard Gol'dcu died, ajjed Gl, 1FG5 4*o1 .iAdiltli died, a^rd 46, 177*4 Dale of Lcicbaidla last letter l'ALU. tiVSDAX Briti*h Museum established. 175*5 First Qui>eu»land cen»ug taken, JSGI Dfi&ic of N. S. W. established, 1817 Baron Ifumboldt died, aged CI, 1835 GrtiOD FttlDAV (JO) Prince of Wales uianied, 160.5 Easter Sunday Eabtbb MONDAY (12) Settlement of Tort Dctiison BJoretoD B, Sup- Couit opened First ooloiiUU arr. ai Prt Philip, 1835 Deo. Franklin died aged 1790 Mflretou Bay taken from natives, 1842 Ul fiuMDAT AFTEB EASTCB (19/ N. S. W, discovered, 1770 Burke & Wills ftt Cooper's Crk" 1861 Burke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

foramct" airlr Cintcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK BV«T S*TtJBO.% * HORVlIC, la T» for (lie Outgoing Mailt*. The «mouat of Subscription is FIVE .HILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in hdranoc. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVER TISING s. 4. Two llaei l 0 Four do 2 o Sis do 2 6 Eight da 3 0 Erery additional six lines or under Is. DI»ooc»T On IS consecutive insertions 20 per cent. S6 .. .. 33 " All Advertisements roust specify on their face the number of times they am to bo in aertad; if sent in without tin* K|>eejficnti<>i), ink advertisomenti will be inserted until fonntmsMded, and chargcd for according]*'. AU Advertisements must be sent in not later than 6 jmd, »n Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be Kott-Mbaorlbers'-*drwtisements must be _ |fH&V previous to insertion. Mairfares, Births, and Deaths, 2«. per isNrtka. . AGRNT IN SYDNEY MaUrs Gordon and Gotch, George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE Str. Oi D. Uiesisok, Stationer it Nevis A...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

(feaituiter irnir Citttcs. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1 SOB. During the past fortnight sentence of death has been passed on two of the most abandoned criminals ever con victed in Australia-THOMAS JOHN <frtimN and Hbhry JAMES O'Far RKiii. The crime of each, whether ? we look at the murder of the uncon scious and probably sleeping troopers, or at the attempt to assassinate a royal guest, is remarkable for the cowardly ^ circumstances under which it was com-' ""Tnttujirtnorthemotives which impelled the deed and the results in each cafe J were different; but the atrocity of the crimes, in each instance alike, are with out a parallel in the annals of these colonies, and we feel ashamed that'the fair page of Australian history should be so early darkened, with this record of disloyalty and cruelty. We feel thankful that in each case the evidence was of such a conclusive nature that hardly a doubt of the justice of the sentence could remain, on die minds of the public. In GRIFFIN'S eas...

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Overstocking Country. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Overstocking Country. Returning to the subject of over-stocking,, which holders are so liable to fall into from the crcumstances of season like that now existing, it is necessary that a few remarks be made on tlio probable effect* of a general system of grazing farms. At the present time the price of stock it as Ion m it well can be-the criterion being the value at the boiline-down bouse. Bat it is not the least likely that ench a state of affairs mo last for any great time. Here r.re Wo with soma millions of cattle and sheep more (ban we know what to do with; the price of meat in the markets, even for the very best quality-nothing olso being marketable is merely nominal, while in England,ineat is a luxury obtainable only by the Ticit; its cost places it beyond the reach of all who cannot afford to pay atoutls per lb. It were putting loo liglit a value oi) Jciwrra to believe that such a state of things kjipald last: that 14,000 miles should prevent the transfer of sheep and cattle f...

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Warwick Municipal Council, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Warwick Municipal Council, The iiiiiia] fortnightly meeting of (he corporal ion was held on Thursday last, when the following members were presentTbo Mayor, Aids, Ilosn, Thornton, Affleck, Mor gan, Crombic, and Craig. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, a copy of a letter was read from the Corporation 10 the Minister for I,andii asking fui a grant of a piece of oround within ciify access of the town of Warwick f ir the purposes of a slaughter reserve. Alter the letter had been read, the MaTob said as tiie letter had not yet been sent away if any member of liiu Council jiad__8BJ -in-rnttfin ~r nilni-1:-rr to it could be done. The letter, however, met with ? the Htucral approval of all prcf.cnI. FINANCE C IMMITIE)c Heport 100 of thin committee was read, which rccommcnded the payment of the following accounts :-\V. H. Brown, for iron safe, £20; J. Osenhnm £1; \\\ G. Wall, salary and commission,£5 Is 4.1 ; I', Ritchie, I £2 Ds Gd : W. Pace, 5s; Iioggeu...

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Warwick Petty Debts Court TUESDAY, APRIL 7. (Before the Police Magistrate, E. Marlay Esq., J.P., C. B. Daveney, Esq, J.P., and Dr. Koch, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Warwick Petty Debts Court TUESDAY, APEIL 7- j (Before ihe Police Magistrate, £. j Marlay Esq., J.P., 0. 15. Daveney, Esq, J.P., and Dr. Koch, .7.P.,) ! Several of the cases set down for hearing to-day were settled oat of Court. Amies v, Collins.-£G 8s '.kl lor Uacksmith's work done. Verdict for I plaintiff with costs. Mr. Addenbrooke ! for the plaintiff. Crane and M'Ewen v. Flannagan. -£4 for work done. Verdict for plaintiffs with costs. Chandler and Brosnan v. Clift. £2 15s 8il meat supplied. Verdict for plaintiffs wilh costs. Addenbrooke v. Schimmings. £10 14s 8d professional costs. Mr. Oxenliam appeared for the plaintiff. Verdict I'or plaintiff with costs, one half to be paid in 14 days and remain der in one month. Fitzgerald v. Dwan.-£9 Is 3d for work done. This case was dismissed.

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The Census of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

The Census of the Colony. A census of the population of the colony was taken on tlie 2nd of March. It will be some time before the return are fully and accurately made up. At present all we know, and that Dot very certainly, ib the population of the principal towns. The population of Brisbane is aaid to be as fol lows:-Valley Ward, 3,692; North Ward, 3,821 ; West Ward, 2,499; East Ward, 2,012; Kangaroo Point Ward, 893; Soatii Ward, 1,185; total in the muniolpaiity, IS,032. Of theBe 7,705 are males, 7,627 females, making a difference in tho number of sexes of 022. The population of Ipswich {b stated at 5,026, of whom 2,636 are females The cause of the females being in excess of the males at Brisbane and IpewicU-and it may turn out tbe same in other towns-is attributed to the Oytnpie Creek diggings, which have sprung up into existence within tbe last five months, and of which tbe population (mostly male) iB numbered bv thousands. The census returns show that the population of the muni...

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Cape River Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Cape Hlvsr Diggings. These diggings appear to be going n bead if we liny judue bv ilia information fur nished to the reak Downt Telegram, by u gentleman who 1ms lately returned from the spot. First and foremost (litre is enough water fur the next two months, and as dtir. ing that peri,ill uc may expect heayy raiu fal's, it probable there uj]] lie enough in the Golds Li) carry the diggers on to the end of August. A new tush has taken place culled .' Nev; Surface Hill." It is on the Ope 10 miles from Die old camp, and 3j from Chinaman's Qully, that very gully where the happy Celestials took out the 76 <<z. iH'L'Ki;!, and a few days after left tbe Cape with 100 a/.', each, Diggers have since dune very well in the «aiiie place There are three hundred men un the new rush, all doing well, and in first lata spirits, I A ptuck-ymd is being formed by Mr. Clark for the reception of his bullocks to supply the wants of bis hungry custumersIbis i gentleman has also a new st...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

fotal Intelligence. MliTlSOUOLOGICAL, OBSERVATIONS, The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week-, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M. daily :- ; Bauomkteu. Tiiehmometeb. We have been favored by C. F Cumming, Esq., Clerk of Petty Ses sions, with the following account of ! payments for the sale of Crown lands and rents at the Land Office at War j wick for the quarter ending 31st March: By sale by audion £388 10 3 1 urcowo by selection, 463 14 0 I Rest of annual lease* at Gd I per aero, ... 37 | , Bent of annus) liases at 2s 6d pei aero ] 501 18 5 Kent for renewal of leases at 6d per acre, .. .. sc J8 - Kent for renewal of leases at 2a 6d per acre, .. .. 323 4 ji 48,787 8 A notice from the Department of Lands, dated April 2nd, appear* in the "Government Gazette," of Saturday last, bjr which the following gentlemen ! are officially appointed as trustees for the Warwick Cemetery; i John Llddell Hues, | Edward Lambert Thornto...

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

ADELAIDE. April i, The mail via Suez, i due here under the new arrangements oil the 13th. of this month.

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The Cooper's Creek Country. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

The Cooper's Creek Country. A gentleman who recently formed one of a party who went out on Cooper's Creek looking ! for countiy, gives us the following particulars | of his journey. They started from a point on tiie Wilson, aud struck flooded country about i fifty miles in extent. After passing over this, they camo op an ana-branch of (be Copper. | This branch which htriicce out in the form of a ; V, lias been mistaken by many as CooperV 1 Creek, which is twenty miles further north , After coming on Cooper's C/eck-called by | the aboriginals the XJflrcoo-tlio COD iyo of the stream was follnvcd for about seventy miles, and the party reached llichard O'Haia DurkeV depot. There was plenty of water there, and the nardoo-the stod on which the Ununited j explorers existed for some time-was every* where plentiful. The water, which Kpiiugs from a pipeclay rocls, was very fair, and not at all ba'l tasted. About the camp whore Burke halted and bravely died, the only fiigns now existing to shu...

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. [Before the Police Magistrate, E. Marlay, Esq., J. P., C. B. Daveney, Esq, J.P.; and Dr. Koch. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Warwick Police Court. , TUESDAY. AI>RIL 7. [Before the Police Magistrate, E. Marlay, Esq., J. P., 0. B. Daveney, Esq , J.P.; and'Dr. Koch. J.P.I Thomas Suliivftn was brought up, charged with stealing a black mare, the property of Timothy Slaven. This case came up before the Toowooraba Police Court, and was remanded to Warwick. Mr. Oxenham appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Fuller for the defendant. Several witnesses were examined at great length, when the Conrt decided that the prosecutor had not proved the charge, and the prisoner was discharged. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. [Before the Police Magistrate, and W. Carr Boyd, Esq. J. P.] Patrick Adams was brought up charged with drunkennesss. He was finea 10s or in default 24 hours' impri sonment. THURSDAY, APRIL 9. [Before W. C. Boyd, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] Sivo Cha, a Chinaman, was brought up charged by one of his countrymen with larccny. The prosecutor did not appear, and the prisoner was dis charged.

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The Number of Irishmen in England. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

I TIic Number or Erisliuicsi iu ICugluiirt. | At ill.! lu-t census in 18^1 among tlie 20.0f»'J.2;M persons found in Knptand and Wales fiOI.MI were natives nf lichmi, being nenrjy three in every hundred. -At (h« proceeding1 census in 1851 tlic number wax not »pute so large. biting1 only n little over 2*9 jvr hundred. Olio thing, houevcr, must not be overlooked ; thai the children born in Knglund of Irish parents are counted among thu KnglMi peo ple, nnJ tbat. partly at least ns the result of this an unusually large proportion of the Irish in Kngland-in 1801 neatly five-sixth* are adults of 20 years and upward. Kcckotmig only mules, the census of U C1 shows 9,770,2,VJ mule persons of nil agos in Kogtand. and among them were 298,729 natives <>f Ircbind, being 3 per cent, of (lie whole mi/iiber,* but the Irishmen in Kngland 20 years old or upwards were more than d5 per cent. of the whole tnalo population of that ago. It wan estimated by the RcgUter-tjoneinl that the Irish ...

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Shocking Death by Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Shocking Death by Drowning. On Wednesday last, the 8<h inst., the body of a laborer named Peter | Lacy was discovered in ? Dairy m pie ! Creek, near the new buildings at Tal [ gai Top Station. The unfortunate man | was a laborer well known in Warwick, and had been working. at the Station | some time. The Police Magistrate hpld an inquest on the body on Thurs day last, when the following facts were elicited :-The deceased was working on the station, and on the day of his death he asked a fellow workman named John Hegarty, who wai going into Allora, if he would call at the post office and ask if any letters were ?here for him. Hesarty called at the ?lost office, and finding nothing there Ror the deceased, informed him so on [his return. The deceased made some I reply to Hegarty which was not heard, i but Lacy appeared very dejected at not getting any letters. Hegarty did not see Lacy any more until he waB taken out of the creek, dead. Daniel Toon stated he went to the creek...

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Arctle Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

AreU.e Ulacovery. Captain fihorard Osbortto states that" in Bafuu'H Bay Csptain Richard Wclis, of the steamship Arctic, «f Dundee, lias been further north in bis ship in open water than any Navi gator bad previously reached. 111? affidavit shows that as early os the 20tb of June last the Arclic proceeded up Baffin's Bay, crossed the Tace of the glacier of Melville Bay, steamed away past Cory Isles and Hakluyt Island, visited Whale Sound of Baffin, and tbe sub sequent scene of Dr. Kane's adventnras. Csp laiu Wells then finding open water to the noilh, crossed to tbe West side of Smith's Sound, and still tempted by a Cue opeh sea, went on till lie sighted Kane's Glacicr of Humboldt, and must, he snys, have then been iu the 79th north parallel-considerably north of were I reached in 1850 in the Pioneer beyond Ing'eGeld in the Prince Albert, and beyond Kane in the Advance. The bold Dundee whaler was still in open water and adds,' I should, tovo continued my course northwards bad I seen ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP iBT ?wmxmm of 'funis. Setting! Off ! SELLING OFF ! ! SELLING OFF!! To Squatters, Storekeepers, Pab licaus, Hawkers, Heads of Families, & the Public Generally. DAVIS, HARRIS, and COMFY., Have to intimate that in consequence of Dissolution of jjgavhursijt}) bjr (Efeiou of &t, And in order. to Close all Partnership Accounts^ T1IKY WILL OFFEll THEIB m&gs &iw btoce or GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT ©®§ir [p[Ea©ii0 IN calling the attention of the public to this notice, D. H. & Co., would remark that their Deed of Partnership expires on the 1st day of JULY NEXT, by which lime it is compulsory that the whole ol their STOCK-IN-TRADE MCST BE | DISPOSED OR I In making this announcement to the public of this lionn-Jiite Hate We would observe that such an opportunity to secure a Jirskte J&tjjplg lias never before presented itself in this district, and we wculd certainly recommend all Buyers to » GIVE AN EARLY"*]ALL. Orp -- TOOK c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

BIRTH. At Warwick, on the 6th instant, Mrs. James Millar, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Wt. Jliort?» Freeiln| Frocm. li& A ^ * MEETING held <n BrUbuns on the v: J%. /till of March, it w unanimously agreed that M the nuccem of Mr. Mort'a p ra ft J«ct for eaportlrigMeat to cfroteu stela ii - of ritel importance to the StneUholdeiv of the Colony, and through thein to the public gene gubicriptioua nhould be atouoe solicltod fcy'Jhe Qaeonilund Branch Committee, [u go operation with that of Mew South Wales, to Mklst iD sending to England euch a cauiple of Australian meat w would fully teat the valued the Invention, and that the public ?hould ^e requetted to contribute. BoWsHpUon U«u ard now open at the several Bankl, and their branches, in all the tonroahipt, and at the principal Stations in the Oolppy, ai well «. at the offioe of B. Kellett, Oeofse-atreot, Brisbane, where foil infoima tlpa caa1 tie procured on the suhject. . - . - B. KELLETT. \""" . C. ' W. V. BROWN./Hon-8cCi' it. B. DRUKY, Hon. Treasurer. 'MfiST QUEENSLAND LtST. itenerendum thowing tome ...

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