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Settled District of Darling Downs. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1868

Settled District of Darling Downs. Toowoomba Land Agent's District. Commencing on the Main Range, and bounded on the north-west and west by the north-western and western boundaries of Rosalie Plains Run; thence by part of the southern boundary of the same ran, by the eastern boundary of Jondaryan Run, the northern boundary of Prairie East Run, part of the western boundary of the same run ; thence by a line west to the confluence of   the north branch with the Condamine River, by the Condamine River upwards, and by the southern boundary of the Cecil Plains Run westerly to the range separating the Condamine River waters from those falling into the Macintyre River, by that Range southerly to Mount Domville or Milmerran; thence by a spur range and by a line easterly to the confluence of Canal Creek with Con damine River; on the south by the Conda mine River upwards to King's Creek, by King's Creek upwards to the Warwick Rail- way Line; thence by that railway line southerly,...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

0I-"SOLUTION GF PARTNERSHIP iBT OTT533M! 0» MS. Sellluff Off I SELLING OFF ! ! SELLING OFF!! To Kqititflm, SfoiYkfrprrs. Pab licaBs, lEa.vkt'is, lltaJs of Families, <& Use Public Generally'. 1A¥IS, HARRIS, r**, f*, «n» 71T W' SiitSa&taS Have to iutiiiiate that in consequence of §i solution of jgartntrsljijj I)ji CBffluviou of Cimr, And in order (0 Close ell l'artneraliip Accounts, 1# m THICl' WILL OFFER THEIR if ZMim mw mmm «o>?& GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT ©?©ST IPSO <3 33, IN calling dtp attention of (he public to this notice, D. IL & Co., would remark that their Deed of Paruii-rKhijt expires on the 1st day ol JULY NEXT, by which ilftcomjiulsury that the whole ol their STOCK-IN-TRADE MD6I BE. DISPOSED OF. In milking (his announcement to the public of' this Bmw-Jlde Sale We would observe that such an opportunity to secure a. $irsklsss i»up$Ig of doobs HaB never before presented itself in this district, and we would certainly recom...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Shocking Death of a Mister. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Nhorftlug Denili of a Sllsfr, For Home years pit mi &n elderly woman, burned Kute Thotnaa, wid«w o! a gunner in the lloval NflW, occupied u coMageon Tftyfiill near Stedbain, a villageaboui three miles from Midhnrit Although knowHo have been in the reoeipt of a good penviun she not only I denied hewelfthe common necessaries of life, | but tired in tfaemost wretched and filthy slate. About a fortnight since ebe was fitting- binide i (he high road, and as «he Appeared quite un conscious, the parties who found her thinking she inioxicstcd, had her <ionv*yed to lite Midhurot iVlice-Rtathm, Ou being searched £22 in gold wan found upon her. In the morn tug, having partially t-eeoiret-ttd. after asking fur her money, fthe returned h<<!ue. A few. dava eiuce l4ie nutor of ih«' pariwh vailed mid f«nmd hoi1 tying Ou pi'W nf »n t*1rl «(h which I'oi'iiiitd lirrt' bfri, 'be wiily ,lo:liing >h<* had on hciiic an old fiiiitioi pe'tic*'*. On he C...

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Dreadful Sufferings at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Dreadful Sufferings at Sea. The French sloop Kdnn, which was moored at the Bristol Qtnyon Thursday, brought into port a boatman named Charles Heed, who had been picked up iti the Chanuel alone in a boat, in o state of the greatest exhaustion. The story which Lhr poor fellow tells of hit sufferings, and that of a c .inpaninn who Waa | d«ow<jcd, was an vkc'ediugfv puiiil'iii one. (toed in it h<>iit:iiHii. i>f| in.'iii>; to tin: Ilfi i. , cotuhu. (>f von, liut ha« att«*< ly ho u ...mpim t HM .1 tit amy (.arc I* nu-< icder- f»*r J i the h nud .'liitih wi« « a;e . nitiloc -d j | i-i carrying "nl die .m, ni f iti t»Mi .«.# ' j 0'I the HitlniB-? D islnml in thr lliislo' iVm' - ] DOi-1<» tile <na< Ue? eon 4 town. Wt>to<>* 8ii|iei. Unic. On Tliurod y, the ult, a j leiter nf Inipiitlsix'c vqnii.d to he de livered at that place. r,nd !{<.. d »n l B fill.w boatman im <...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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The Discoveries in [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Tue ii m .iverl;*>i In ..'friik.ilfm T.ie LotUun Ti:nrs ,, I, n i .t-io-tin . !c! 1 ' I' n > ? .. m .{ t . 1 ij<' \\* :,\ ft li M» I"' .it ? li'iii fro <1 . li'CT tliL- f'i -Thf? fn« i,l <»f thir ici. >j. 1 o wall, wm,!:i itie .. »' S of ten t.'uhitn ,and stiiiOR of eight cubits," lui J l»y Solomon <>r hi* sjiccefinori on the throne, ere ,now heing Inid hare at the enormous depth of 90 (Vet und more beneath 1 lie pr-sent surface. TU«*. <»ucii vj,uuuc<i tUo raviuo bo Livccn (lie }>ul;»0e on ZioD «u<i the templn on Mnrifih, i* u»«w pr veil to lit*ve Imcn upward* of one hundivd feet liiu'li. IT this tic ng it «i*em . the accent to tljc h -use of tho Lord whiiMi Salomon *!)«> vrd id Mn- Q urn <»f ShebA «c cb not wo i lu< 'hat on »u< ing it there wa« n-» IIIUIV spirit iti ln;i\ Thu pir.nHrh* of lb": ti'inplu, on \\l ii },, the t pt«T pl-icd tltc Kiivfii'jr, hi* ...

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The Cape of Good Hope Gold, Fields. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

The. Cape of KoimI Hope Mold, fields. On tliln subject "A CiuiKti&n Minister Id | Oir Tarnsvaal," write* t<the CoUtberg Adver titer:-Some of your leader** may perhap* ask why, if there lis «noh marvelous treasures la .MuBoh-katkc's country, why have nut former trailers brought the joyful news to us? . Leaving the ijnustionofthe difference between the common traveller end the keen w«'Jl trained scientific eye of our worthy Gorman naturalist (Ilerr Mauch), it fie right for me distinctly to state that the Matet>e!e and Mo tions are ex- j tremely jealous and *eein to he fully al»v« to ! tlie consequences should the white man dta-j cofer the golden nest. Tor no sooner dues a j white traveller present himself on Moeelc.i katae's border than he Is taken tin by some ' twenty Matebele and conveyed directly to the i great chief; never Ih any «»ne Allowed to go \ where he peases, not «ven the resident mis sionary ; and these sable guardian an/elg^iick to the fttva&amp...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKIIAMPTON. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

T.ATIJST I'ELEGMrHJC NEWS. (From the Jirishant papert.) ROCKIIAMPTON. April 13. To-day has been observed as u clusc holi day. Tlie Cu&toms closing Tor four days fur the Easier holidays linn given rise to consi derable dissatisfaction among the trading portion of (lie community. Johnston's quartz crushing machine will be ready in a few days, aud Valentino and Ou.'fi in about a month. The Morinish (J.mi pony's machine it) expected daily to arrive. The Nil Df6pcramlum machine crushed four hundred and (sixty-eight tons five hun dredweights of quariz, which lias yielded twelve hundred and three ounces two penny, wciehtx. The Uectur machines duellings have alto yielded well.

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Something like Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

ttotttftttalng like Proireis. In A Salutatory Address to hli ! tt»4er»,the reipected editorof the California "JtowwfjMiysir' : nftsurteenyesra ago, and CallfornU imported aeartyall her breadatuffa, *11 her manufac tured goodi. all bor agricultural implements, heraatrypiipduatft. <4»d her tu!». pailt* 4»{6©Bia,; ? the- must oumiiiiiu of all her doiuetiiO wants. ®buitbea yean ago not a mile of railroad inverted thl* great J3tate. The ateamera upon pur inland waters, oar chips, and all our emjallorveaieie were Urn work of inochaaica ant arllBana of other Statea; but now we Iiave railroads In all direction over our State. and with "breath of fire," mUcbea txridlf up olid over the itorm-clad ^.Sfast^;jHe*a4etf' *ilh lightning «peed alraoit, safely- over the very ground where hundred* of the early comers to thli land perished III the early days of our hiatoiy; and lrltb this change of communication come other and at great chattgea, for now the very enginea and sirs, the steamer...

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ROMA. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

ROMA. April 14, A ball in ftiu of the new hospital was licld here Inst night. It wan a great success, about five hundred persons bting present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

^irunliscinciits. WIKTED BV a STEADY MARRIED MAN. a dilu tion on a Station to drive an engine. Address J. K., office of this papi>r. A YOUNG MAN of Steady llahils, and haviug good references, seeks a situation on a Station. Address A. A., office of tiiis papc. WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SER VANT. Apply tn Mrs. KOCH, C51 Warwick. Warwick Emporium. WANTED A GROCER'S ASSISTANT. Nona but a thorough competent liand nerd apply. CG2 B ON SA&.E Y tlic undersigned, IB and 3J COTTON SAW GINS. A. B. PRITCHARD A: CO.. 630 Brisbane. TO LKT. THAT LARGE and Commodious HOUSE, with every convenience, situated at the corner of Dragon and Albert stnsels. Rent moderate. Apply on the premises. 648 Witt WICK HOSPITAL. TO ARCHITECTS. ARCHITECTS are h roliy invitfd to fur nUli plans for proposed additions to (be WARWICK HOSPITAL. Tracings of present building, plan of ground, or other information will be for warded on application to the undersigned, to whom plans nrc to be aent on or before WEDNESDAY,...

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SYDNEY. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

SYDNEY. April 13, TIIITO was a large attendance at tlic Uumebueh races to-day. The racing was pretty good. Three tons of excellent sugar, the first consignment from Port Mncquarie, are ad vertised for sale on Wednesday. The Biater "f O'Farre'l baa had an inter view with Uim. Both" appeared to bo muoli affected.. It is reported that Allen, one-of. Ilia Fenianc who was executed at Manchester, is a nephew of O'Farrell. Two vcesi-U have arrived with broadsluffs aud one with sugar. April. 14, The Governor, as the deputy of Prince -MM^WftlWWlW!Ulloll-!>1111"' uf St The weather is raw and wintry. There is no business of auy importance bring done. Mr. MACpliersuii's motion in I be Assembly for the production of tha intercepted letters belonging to O'Farrell, was discussed ami withdrawn. Mr. Parkes read a letter from the Roman Catholic Bishop of Adelaide, dated Wexford, July, 1867, inviting O'Par. rell to join the Jesuits, but containing no reference to the Prince or to Feniafiiem, Maize ...

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O'Farrell's Pistols. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

O'farrell'a Pistols. Uis Royal Highness the Duke of Edin burgh, having expressed to the Colonial Secretary * desire to have the pistol with which he was shot at by the assassin 0'!Tar roll, at Coutarf, and that picked up immedi ately after (he arrest of the prisoner, Cap tain M'Lorio wrs requested to procure both woapona. Tbo plutuls bavins been obtained . small coder cane was manufactured and fitted up for their reception. On the inside of the cnver of (lie caeo Is a small plate bearing tbe following inscription"Tbe pistole marked A and B were exhibits in evidence at the trial uf llenrv J. O'Farrell, before the Central Criminal Ciurt, Sydney, New South Wales, on the 30tli and the 31st March, 1808, charged with shooting with intent to murder H.R.lf. the Duke of Edin burgh, at Clontarf, in that colony, on the 12th March, 1668. ' A' is the pistol from which the shots were fired, one taking effect in the body of His Royal Highness, and the other in the foot of Mr George Throne, of Sydn...

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MELBOURNE. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

MELBOURNE. April 14. Sir bladcn has railed to form a Govern ment.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

COMMERCIAL. The February wool sales opened with an advance of J d. Consols are quoted at 93J-. Victorian debentures 110 to 112 J, New South Wales, 95 to 101. Queens land, 143 to 104. South Australian, 108 to 110. Smith, Baring, and Co., have sus ^ The Sank1 oi Australasia has de clared a dividend of 10 per cent. The creditors of the company of Overend, Gurney, and Co., have offered to receive payment of their claims by bills. WOOL.-The number of bales cata logued for the February-March sales are 113,000. Purchasers are inclined higher rates. This feeling is to continue throughout the sales.. TALLOW is unaltered in price. LEATHER firm, at late rates. HIDES, id. higher. SHIPPING. Afrivals from Sydney.-Alexandra, John Duthie, Agnes, Rose, Strath

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

* |Total Jfnttlliflfnte. 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: Baeometer. Tiieemoheteb. MAX. MIN. Saturday .. 28-479 87 0 .. 470 Monday .. 23485 .... 84 0 .. 370 Tuesday .. 28525 .,..,770 .. 320 Wednesday .. 28695 .... 75 0 35 0 Tburaday .. 28 750 .... 710 .. 390 Friday .. 23712 72 0 .. 870 Rainfall since last issue 0190. On Tuesday last the publican's licence held by Mr. William Carter was transferred to Mr. Samuel Batcher. We understand that the Rev. 6. G. Danvers is about to be removed from this district to a new sphere of duty, viz., Maryborough, with monthly visits to Gympie Creek. The reverend gen tleman has been connected with this district for a period of over four years, and during that time has been princi pallyengaged in visiting the outlying districts and preaching at the various stations. He has been hardworking and zealous in his calling as a minister of t...

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[?] FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

^ |Qi|Rr|i' J'. Nrn un -J.irtl U a 1*1 Quitrir. ilOth.. 4 2'J !.. j )%t ilu) . .13 VS." ' 1 iii|i ,7... C..LI j."s' | i»2iv1 " r'-?« 1 \V. :All I'll.iff I»:>v X I II. Cul-Juii *< ircii f.I. 1^115 15 F. ''dinl, Miri'i) 4<i. 1771 4 i?. . I >.;Ie of J.uicli.-mk'si Ifisi ioU'i fi'Siiu. I'ai.m SfVUAV r. M. ItrilUti Museum chtal'lialird, 17.^1 7Tu. .Fiist QiiciMiil.iitil census taken. lbf',1 8 W. liaui of N. S. W. established, 1 SI7 U Til. ll&roit Iltnnli ilJt died, aged C), 1* ;*' 10 K. FRIDAY 11 S. fJO) XVinet' of U'uks i«avil«*d. lc-3 12 Sun. KASTEB Sunpay 13 M. KASTKR Monday il'Vv. (12) Sfttlpiiii'iit of Port IS W. Moreton U. Sup. C.mM opened IO Th. First colonists an*. at lVt. l'ifiiif, 1&'><5 77 F. Hon. Franklin di d.agud IS S. Morelon Hay taken from nutives, 1842 30 *Swn.ilRt SlJKDAY AfTKR FASTER i(10; N. S. W. discovered, 177rt 211 Tu |Unrite & Willn at Cooper's Crk., ISO] 22W. !liurke*n last despatch. 1601 23j'Tu. ...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

familiar anitr Crates. SATURDAY, APKIL 18, 1808. No event has happened of late years from which so much benefit to the colonies is likely to accrue as the visit of II.R.H. the DDKJS of Edikbgrgu to Australia. Owing to the weak state of bis health, resulting from the woond re ceived from the hand of the assassin O'FARKKLL, he was incapable of going through the fatigues of the reception prepared for him in New Zealand, and ! last week he sailed from these shores | to bear to his Royal Mother and the j people of England the loyally and affection; of all true Australians, In each of the colonies he was received with an enthusiasm and hospitality unequalled in the annals of colonial history. We regret that the unfortu nate " contretemps" which occurred at the " S&ilors' Home picnic" should bare happened to mar the brightness of his visit; but we fee) convinced that His Royal Highness will not allow the set of a murderous assassin to cast a stigma oa the people of Australia, and '...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

GENERAL SUMMARY. February 2G. Her Majesty is at Osborne, quite well. Tbe Prince and Princess of Wales are at Marlborough House. The Princess Royal has been safely delivered of a son. Prince Leopold is recovering from a dangerous illness. M'Kay, the leader of the attack on the Mfrrlelio Tower at Queenstown, was arrested after shooting a constable. Pipgott, the editor of the "Irish roan," and Sullivan, the editor of the " Morning News," have been convicted of publishing seditious libels, and sen tenced to -years' imprisonment. The'Lord Mayor of Dublin, at a public banquet, expressed hopeful views on the aspect of Irish aflairs. Disturbances in Ireland are now exceptional, and are confined to the city of Cork, and the immediate neigh borhood of diat city. Earl Russell has written a letter on Irish affairs, in which he advocates 8tate Aid to Roman Catholic priests, tenant-right, and compensation for im provements. Mr. JohuStuart Mill also advocates ithe removal of Irish grievances. * Lo...

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ARRIVAL. OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO MARCH 14TH. (From the Courier.) Adelaide, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

ARHIVAI, OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ, NEWS TO MARCH 14TH. (From lite Courier.) Adelaide, April 13. The Alexandra, s., arrived at Ulen <oig at one o'clock (his forenoon after a passage of ninety hours. The Bombay left Galle on the 25th March. The mails were waiting her arrival three days. She arrived at King George's Sound on the morning of the 9th instant, and would leave at midnight. The Geelong with the outward bound mail, left the Sound on the 7th.

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Allora Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. [Before the Police Magistrate.] PETTY DEBTS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Allora Police Court»> WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. [Before the Police Magistrate.], PKTTY DEBTS <J*SE. Bu»ls v. Luya.-Plaiuiiff sueil defendant for Hie sum of £16, for limber anpplird. Mr. Addenbtooke appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Fuller for the defendant. Several , witnesses were called and examined, and ' after hearing Hie cridence, the Bench toi« /£ of opinion that the plaiuiiff had failed prove his ease, and it wa» therefore dig?" misasih ' 6DMV0NS C»BI. John Buberta summoned Andrew way for an assault, but fl6 neither party ap peared the ease was ditmissed. ; l'oUCE cases. ? ? Juiin M'Alevcy pleaded guilty to ft cliarjre "t uwHir prufane language j Laugliliq Hanat pleaded guiliy to a charge <>£ drunken uee&;: and Christopher Buttles wu charged with disorderly conduct. Ail these persons were discharged with n reprimand iu considers-, tion or having been already twenty-four hourB in the lock-up. *

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