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TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

TOO LATJJ. llusli! speak low-(read softly - Draw the sheet nsiilu: Vus, ehe dues look peaceful Willi tliot gmile elie died. Yet ulcrn want and sorrow . ^Jivcn now yon trace Ou ilio wan, worn features Of the still, white face. iicstlcss, helpless, liopckta, Was Uec bitter part; Now, how still the violets Lis upon hor liunrt, fjbo who toiled and laboured Tor her daily bread: Sea tlio velvet hangings Of this stately bed. Yes, (hey did forgive Iter. Brougbt her home at last, 81 rove to covorover Their rcIuutlcsH past. Ah, tboy would httvo given Wealth, and u&me, and pride. To see liur looking happy Oiice before (he died. They strove liard tn pleaso bcr. But, wlion death is noar, AH you know is deadened Hopo, and joy, and fear. And besides, oho Borrow Duepcr still, one pain Was beyond tliom: healing Came to diiy in vein. If alio had bat lingered Just a few boars more; Or had this letter reached tier Just one day before! 1 can almost pity Even him to-day 'i'fiougli he l?i this ang...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

Colottral Jftaits, TBE Ran/WAV.-The railway, will it is understood, be formally opened to Too wopmVn on (lie 25th or 26th lost, SOCKBAHPTON. - Mining At Crocodile Creek has been impeded by rains. TOE IUaetKR IUNOES.-Police Trooper Campbell who was scut to vxeanve inlo I lie truth of the gold rumours, sect in his report confirimn;; the worst accounts' of ihe alleged discovery. There were only a few i>tisc.n« engaged in prospecting, and they had only succeeded in finding the colour of gold. CHILD DICBEKI'ION.-A couple at Dayteeford, Victoria, were summoned for neglecting to maintain their daughter of 10 or 11 years of age. The woman only appeared. She was well dressed. The husband is an expert, carpenter and a digger wutliing at CluncB. Tbe child was sent to the Industrial School in 1865 to save her from ruin, some scoundrel having criminally assaulted her while tbe mother was in gaol for sly grog selling. An order for a weekly sum wae then made, but never paid any attention to. Th...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

WARWICM MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual fortnightly meeting of the corporation was held on Thursday after' noon last. ~ Present-Aldep^ep Brown, Affleck. Bucden, F. Morgan, and Crombie. Aid. AFFiifiOK proposed that Aid. Brown, in the absence of the Mayor, occupy the chair. Aid. BROWN having taken his seat as chairman, the minutes of the pre vious meeting were read and confirmed. OOBRESPONDENCE. The TOWN CLERK read a letter frdfe W. 0. Balls, Esq., asking permission to lay down a few loads of gravel oppo site his residence in Albion-street bo as to prevent the water from running underneath his house. v Alderman CROMBIE remarked thar he brought a motion forward a short time ago to have a, water table laid: down iu the portion of Albioil-street I referred to in the letter, and if the motion was carried out, it would1 not require any gravel. The CHAIRMAN believed that a few loads of gravel would improve that por tion of the street, even when a water table was laid down. He moved that the pe...

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Poetry. FAIRIES AND FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

1'AlKIh'H AND FLOWEKS. Children who p:itlicr connnuii flower* M 311. And ivswe thtnn, wtlhctiU£, the path to lie, Dimm i)'»t that sprites, in pain, cling to them till I, And c.i!inot wnndi.-r til) the moon in hi^h; When L-vuiiiruMiUKliinfi-Uiiii liill mul .lull, Thu I'.-iii'ics (.fall fl.nvciu ;in.imd lliun meet, Aiif? cii«nn the with tone* im-traMo, And circle o'er thy guisu tiiili glitmneiin£ feet. 'J'ho fiirioi gathered round, with pity view Tho broken llowcvg lying helplessly, Ami tricUout (ho crushed kuvc9 with diamond dowj But when the moon is high, tho sprites mo free. These, loiig unhappy, uow at freedom *et, Vet linger Tor a moment all forioio, Droop o'ci their fadod flowers with irjyrot. Then fly to fin.I new homes before iln- 11101 u. Good fairies guard aud gnido thorn (broach the To wniting Luds tlicdo lonely sprites they bring, And to Uift hosuly yet conccalcd from si'ht. Link ihem by magic of their wondious ting; Tho light flows round llicin withahapjiy luuc, Whila the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

^ttualiscnimfs. WANTED, a neat Three or Four Boomcd COTTAGE, in a pleasant situation, Apply to Mr. JULIUS OTTO, 103 Albiiin-Hlroct. WAItTCD, TENDERS for 35,000 IRONBARK SHINGLES, at the Stump, of bout quality, not more than tun miles from Glen gallan Head Stntion. Tenders to be sent in up to the 20th of April. The Invent or any tender not necessarily accepted. JOHN DEUCHAB, 102 Glengallan Board and llesldcuce. &ENTLEMEN desirous of comfort able BOAFD and RESIDENCE can meet with the came by applying to JAMES COlfNISH. 90 Grnfton-Btrcct. TO LKT, THE late RESIDENCE of B. M. Sinclair, Esq., I'M.-Apply at the Australian Auction Mart, 95 NOTICE:. T HAVE THIS DAT disposed of J. my Business, with the Stockin-Traile, Household Furniture, Timber, Ac., to my brothcr-id-law, Mr. JAMES BRAY, nf Syd ney. who will in future, by Lis BOD Mr. JAS. BRAY, Jctr.t carry <m the Business and Receive all the Moneys due to me and whoso receipt will he sufficient to discharge the same. FfiE...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

WI!!:|LL¥ V4LKKDitlR. PlfoiureTay ' .. FrJJaj Good Friday... Batardaj 6lTN. Easter Bundey LHujdv~.~ ^apauy ffidoexhf»;

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AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF A HAUNTED HOUSE. (From the Dublin University Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF A HAUNTED HOUSE. {From the Dublin University Magazine.) Within tbc last eight years-the precise (late 1 purposely omit-I was ordered by uiy physician, my health being in an unsatisfac tory state, t<> change my residence to one up . on the Bca-coabt; and, accordingly, I took a house in a fashionable watering place, at a moderate distance from the city in which I had previously resided, and counectcd frith it by a railway. Winter was setting in when ray removal thither wag decided upon ; but there was no tiling whatever di&iual or depressing iu tbc change. The bouse I had taken was to all ap» pearance, and in point of convenience, too, Quite a modern one. It formed one iu a checifuf row, with email gardens in front, facing the sea, and commanded sea air and sea views in pcfuction. In the rear it had coach house and stcMc, and between them and tbc house a considerable grassplot, with sortie flower-beds, interposed. Our family consisted of...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

femnttt" anfa Cintfs. THURSDAY, Am 18,. 1867 THE continual spying out (lie holes thin ploceo, or missfit, in a neighbour's, coat is far from being the pleasant task "so generally imagined. But what can be done when the worthy .individual " mil" .challenge ourv admiration 'of bis garment as unrivalled for texture, make, fit, and more wonderful still, adaptability to every figure. On this last point oar continued incredulity might be pardoned perhaps, still we are assured that, notwithstanding many failures, the thing can be done. We wait, but how many times haB not our amiability been imposed upon! But a brief timelsince the " perfect fit" <vob displayed to our admiring eyes in a " Land "Leasing Act -Paletot." While criticisipg this admirable effort, and judiciously and kindly pointing out a few of its eccentrlcitf&8,'a wild struggle was msdeat something termed " Pro tection I wrapper," and , now that this abortion, huddled out of sight in dismay at the universal h...

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LATEST NEWS. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

LATEST NEWS. London. March 11. There was a Ministerial crisis on tbo 8th March; a majority of the CaGinet insisting on a large extension of the suffrage. Lord Cranbourne, Earl Carnarvon, and General Peel have resigned. Lord Marlborough is the new Presi dent of the Council, and the Duke of Buckingham is the Secretary of State /or the Colonies; Sir George Taking ton, Secretary for War; Mr. Northcote, Secretary for India; Mr. Carey, First Lord of the Admiralty; Mr. Case, President ol the Board of Trade. The Duke of Richmond refused office. The Government brought forward a series of Reform Resolutions, and sub sequently withdrew them. They will introduce a Reform Bill on the 28th March. The New Ministry stake their exist ence ou a Reform Bill, in which they promise to propose four new standards for the suffrage-namely, Education; possession of £30 in the Savings Bank; £50 in funded property; and the pay ment of £1 per annum direct taxes. Tbe new votes thus created are esti mated to exce...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

Mkclkitous. The Prince of Wales must prepare for a future different from that of his predecessors. Kingdoms must be governed by right of brain as well as by right of birth. There is even in England a sneaking regard for Csesar ism, as we see it working over the water, on account of the vigour, direct ness, and unanimity of its action. The stir about reform does not clash with this sentiment, it is merely a sen timent, but we retain this belief out of it, that princes will not be freed from responsibility when they are in trusted with power, that more will be expected from them than the securing the perpetuity of the race, or the r fact of embodying in themselves fountain of honour. There is id rising generation, and even in our 1 a strong utilitarian spirit, which n bowing to the old traditions and leal ever to the Throne, still questions will ever is objectless or inefficient. Yj all our generosity, and we are gene to extravagance, we are approach an era when national estimates wil...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. BRISBANE Tlid ship Royal Dane arrived on the 12tli with about 200 passengers amongst whom wo t.oto Mrs. Gore Jones. TOOWOOMBA The recep'ion of ttie Governor here will, judging from the preparations, puss ii 11 olliore in mofy) and will. The Municipal Council unblinded by the pettifogging ideus BO current in smaller pieces, would seem to have made ithe necessary orrangenicnts with equal tanta land diecretluriltlaBitopted a resolution that the Governor flhouuRfl accorded n similar re ception on Ms return through this town to 'the metropolis. This idea has boen aban doned, not through an; Want of loyalty on the part of her Majesty'* subjects, but because a more favourable opportunity for such a demonstration will shortly be afforded at (lie formal opening by his Excellency of the railway traffic between Ipswich nud ToowoombaJ^ A triumphal arch is to be crccted on the Railway at (he boundary of the Municipality, where the train will 6top for the purpose of an addre...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Before the Police Magistrate, William Thompson, Esq., J. P., G. W. Elliolt, Esq., J. P., and D. Gunn, Esq.] TUESDAY, APRIL 16th. ADJOURNED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS OODBT. [Before the Police Magistrate, William^ Thompson, Esq., J- P., G. \V. Blliult,. P-, and D. Guuu, Ejsg.J Tdrsdat, Apbil ADIOUIWKB OA6EB .Tolin Chapman v. G. L. PMtten-For 14s fid. cedar boM. Mr. Fuller for defendant-. Fjom the evidence in <hf> case it append that Mr. Protten had ordered some cedar for Mr. Kinpaford as his tenant, and bad agreed to pay if Mr. Klngsford refbsed. J. J. Kiiigsford being duly ewarn, raid *he timber in question was for his building; be had sot refused to pay, nsA sva» willing lo pay the 6ame within a month. Verdict for defendant and C'iBtB. ?M'Kinley v. Kingeford-An action for £13 in. for work dune. Mr. Atldepbrooko for defendant. Defendant admitted the debt, bat bad a set-off to about the time , amount. Verdict fur plaintiff with coat*. Dowlin; v. C'Urtnny. - The plaintiff claimed £30 the value of a hut and materials removed by the defendant from tbe Water Reserve, near the Talgat gold fields. Mr. Culler fur plaint...

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

FEDERAL (I (> VE RN M ION'J' AMERICA. It is important not to confound sla- | bility with force, or the grcatni ss of a : tiling with its duration. In democratic j republics the power which directs j socicty in not stable: for it ulk'ii changes | hands and assumes a now direction. . Uut whichever way it "turns, its fvrcu j is almost irresistible. The govern ments of the American republics appear to me to be as much centralised j as those of the absolute monarchies of I Europe, rind more energetic than they ; are. I do nut, therefore, imagine that ; they will perish from weakness. lf: ever the free inslilutions of America j are destroyed, that event may be attri- i buted to the unlimited authority of the majority, which may at some future i time urge the minorities to desperation, i and oblige them to have recourse to ! physical force. Anarchy will then be ! the result, but it will bo brought about j by despotism The second : and most fatal of all the delects 1 have ? alluded to, a...

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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

"SYDNEY The French warsteamer Marccau towed Iho dismantled ship Ethiopion into port to day. The fioods are 6ftbaiding. The wail news 5s considered satisfactory iu a commercial point of view. # Five indies of rain fell hero on April 11 in twelve hours. ' The Western mail was stuck up and robbed on (he 11 (h iust. It ia reported in Sydney tuat should Victoria not agree to the arrangements en Icrcd into althc Postal conference, NewSoutb Walce, Quceuelaudf an^ Nflw Zealand will unite to maintain 11,c l\inan:ft and Torres S?rail?? routes. The cost would not exceed that proposed by Ihc conference by more than £27,000, even if the Imperial Government refused a tuht-idy. The feeing in Sydney is vi ry fining that no mail be ni.vle up for Su( z, as Viciori.t must kpi>«) ihe Amuricin corns pondciicc by the Panama rnuie, ami ibe eas>t ern colonies would derive the benefit of the r'lei.eh nn<! Dutch subsidies ubluinablo on QccuUut of Taliili and Java. jMELliOUKNE. The debate on ...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, APRIL 12th. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FHIDAY, APRIL 13th. f Before the Police Magistrate.] lleury Herbert, EJward Iirookcf, George Cooper, and James Dawson on rem and, charged with stcfllinR from tlie Princess of Wales Hotel, at Allora, on the Olb instant, (our blankets tbe property of Samuel Gor don, tlie proprietor of Ibe hotel. Samtiel Gordon deposed: To the beat of hisbelier tbe property now produced wa8 lii«. Went to the camp of tbe prisoners and found the blankets produced. On the sane night £19, a pair of pants and vest were stolen from complaioants house, belonging to a Mr. Miller, a lodger at the house. Scrgaut Grayson deposed to taking the men into custody, who admitted to having taken the hlauketg. The pfisruers were remanded until Thurs day next for tbe evideace of Mre. Gordon. MONDAY, Apbil 15th. (Before tbe Police Magistrate.) Uenry Wagner, n German, was charged with taking and using a hone from Canning Downs station. It appears from tbe evidence of Sergeant Francis, that the prisone...

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EXTRAORDINARY TRIALS VIENNA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

EXTRAORDINARY TRIALS VIENNA. Two ' sensation' trials have taken place lately, which excited the attention of the public in the highest degree, the more especially as they expose a serious defect in the Austrian law con cerning the important question ' de lunatico inquirendo.' The first case was that of a criminal action brought against a young girl by the family of a nobleman for fraud and extortion. A certain Baron Ulm had been induced by a girl whom he acci dentally met, to promise either to marry her or to give her 10,000 florins. After a few months' acquaintance he intro duced her to his family, who were living at Freiburg, in Baden, and she was at first kindly received as his future wife. As soon, however, as the pecu niary transaction that had passed be tween them had become known, the scene changed. The young lady was driven away with violence from the home of her intended husband, and his family sued her for extortion and fraud, at the same time applying to the autho rities ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

AltlilVAL Of THE ENGLISH MAIL I I NEWS TO MARCH 11. Tiie P. and 0 Co.'s steamer, Bom bay, arrived at King George's Sound, at 0 a.m. on the 6th instant. She left Point de Galle on the ?3rd ultimo. GENERAL SUMMARY. Her Majesty tbe Queen is in good health. The Princeps of Wales wes safely delivered of a daughter. Sir Hugh Cairns has been created a peer. Several small Fenian outbreaks have been promptly suppressed. Mrs. Ryves has appealed to the House of Lords in prosecution of her claim to the Throne ? Lever, the novelist, is appointed Consul at Trieste. The preliminaries have beenarranged for a figlit for the Championship of the lling between GOBS and Baldwin. The Catholic clergy have again de nounced Fenianism. Nine Fenians have been sentenced to various terms of transportation from seven to fifteen years. Parliament has consented to the futher suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act in Ireland. Mr. Greenlands, late manager of tbe Leeds Bank, has been sentenced to fifteen months' impriso...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

ARRIVAL «\D Bi:SVWSTUIUC op ARItlVAI.S. Mary! nd, e?ery T«ii-«day, at 1 p.m" and every Hatuniar, atA p.m. u llriehuae aud tp^wlch, t-f« Drayton, 1>v CoIJII's coflclir«, cxcrj Ta«*diy, Thursday, ei<d itaiiir* d*yt, al S |i.in. l^rfaura, Ha Ttlgai Digging*, every Wcdjj; sJay at nooo. DEPARTUKF-S. For Maryland, every Monday, al 8 a.m., and every HhilrMUj, at 4 p.m. *' UrUfianc flUd Jp^ioh, t'ia Drayton, r\iry M'wdar, Wtnlneaday, and Friday, by tVarfict, ai 9 a.m. H Warwick to l<cybum, every TbmsdBy, ftl -1 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

THE tomhtcr anir Ciittcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Kvery TIIVRHPAV MOBSKC, In Uine for the OitgoliiK Malls. Tlis amount of Subscription is FIVE 6 HILLINGS per quarter, in all canes in advance. Singlo copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVER TISING 8. d. Two lines 1 0 Four do 2 0 Six do 2 6 Eight da. S 0 Every additional six lines or under Is. Disoobm On 13 consecutive insertions 20 per cent, 26 .. .. 33 " All Advertisements must specify on tlieir face tlie number of times they are to be in serted i if sent in without this specification, such advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and cliargod for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 6 p.m. on Thursdays. Orders (or withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements mnst be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, 2s. per insertion. AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. G. D. HAEBISON, Stationer News Agent, School of Arts Buildings. Mr. J. WILDE, South Brisbane. ...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

EATEST COHHGBCIU. Bt THE ENGLISH MAIL. Latest price of Consols quoted at 90J to 9J. Bank of England rate of discount, 2J to 2?. . . The demand for money is moderate. Wool.--The trp.de in wool is dull, and prices have declined l^d- per lb., with & limited demand. gtill lower rates are predicted to ( -rule daring the February-March dales. TaMiOW.-The price of tallow has declined from Is to Is 3d. OOOOA Noi Ott, £46 per ton, Australian ItQSafi are now looked upon favorably by English capitalists, and those placed in the market are likely to be taken up. An examination into Overend, Gur 'iiey, and Company's estate shows that , the losses, including those both of creditors >&nd shareholders, amount to nearly five million pounds sterling. Wool..-The wool marliBtiB reported ? QB quiet, and bo tranwfiwWWk being ' entered into except for imffirftyre con sumption. It is anticipated mat there will be large' atnvals of wool in the northern markets, and consequently the manufa...

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