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Speech of Prince Alfred. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Speech of Prince Alfred. Ataluncbcon given to Prince Alfred just previous lo liis departure from the colonies, in replv to hi* health being drank, the Prince snade the following reply His Royal High ness, who was so much affected as to be unable to speak for several seconds, fluid (as soon as the cheeriug had nubaided). ** Gentle men, 1 have no doubt yau will allow me to read the few words that I desire to say to you, as I do not feel equal to the. task of speaking extempore, (Encouraging'cheers.) In returning you my best thanks for drinking my health. I must express my regret at having to bid you farewell, and I Uke this opportunity of thanking you for the entbu siavtic ana hospitable manner in which I have been received and entertained In ttii* as well as in *11 the Australian colonies. Hie universal manifestations of loyalty to the Queen, and attachment to ber person and throne, have, ere this, been made known to her Majesty, and cannot fail to have glren her the liveliest pleasu...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Comspcnbeittc. (To the Editor of (he Examiner and iKmci) 6m,-My attention has just been called 10 a leading article in the Warwick Argut, iif tlie 25tb March, treating upon the suljjuet of com monage, and kad the editor etiictly confined himself to matters of truth, I should have fully endorsed everything he might have said with regard to the necessity of procuring a suitable commonage for the bona fide residents of Warwick. Since purchasing Cabnlbg Downs seme two years mid a half ago I have never impounded A beast from that portion of the run upon tlie aouth aide of tlio Condauijne River, except for a (hart space of time during the drought when strange cattle and horses became so numerous as to necessitate my doing so; beyond that I have always prohibited anything of tht hind; Indeed, on the contrary, it Is well known that upwards of a thousand head of fattlo, and several hundred lie&d of horses, have always been allowed to graze undisturbed upon that portion of the run. Wi...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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The Five Murders near Yass. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

The Fire murders near Tan.: Tlie ictoe of the horrible tragedy in, as we have already stated, ou (lie main Southern... road, between Yass dud Jugiong, m:d about sixteen miles from the former town Conwy* lived in a hut «f four apartments two in front* with two ekillion rooms at the rear; a passage. runt through from, the front entrance of the hulMing into one of thn ekillion rooiniv On the left side of tlie passage on entering {. a room used at a kitchen, and in this the pri soner and one of the alujilierds slept In the. room on the opposite side, tin; unfortunate ?nan Smith slept, and in the tkiilion, entered b? a door from Smith's room, the owner of the place (Oonroy) slept, Mrs. Oonroy slept in a detached hut or kitchen, not far from what rosy be described u die main hoilding. It seems tliat during the night of Tuesday. the prisoner rose anil with an axe murdered the shepherd who lay alongside of him. The noise awoke Smith who slept in the opposite room, an 1 on rushing In the pri...

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Cluircb of Knglaud. On Tuesday evening Inst, a general meet- | ins of llie members nftlie Church of England ! wu held in St. Mark's Schoolroom, to rc-' ceivo the churchwardens accounts for tbc past year, mid elect officers for tlio ensuing year. After opening the meeting with prayer, and explaining I he objects of the meeting, tlie Veil. Archdeacon called upon the' church wardens to rend the accounts. Mr. Spread borough then read the elate' menl of receipts and expenditure, (particu lars of which appear in etir advertising culuiniih), from which it appeared that, alter paying all demands, there was a balancu to the credit of tlie churchwardens of £18 is. Id. The report of the churchwardens was Unanimously ncceplcd. G, Claiik, Esq.,cnllcd attention, to t|ic fact that there had only been £5 received&f pew renin during the past year. It wnllM be recollected that last year it wp.a^ecided, that AS so much trouble was experienced in get ting in the pew rents, the sittings should b...

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The "Dummy" Correspondent of the "Argus." [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

The "Dummy" Correspondent of the "Ar|w.'» fcOMHONICATED.] Another of those mislyfied effusions from one who delights in the signature of " Dummy," appears in the columns of your contemporary the Argus,of last Wednesday. The article is no doubt fearfully clever, appallingly strong, and decidedly highly imaginative, but the public as well as my- ; self n« doubt fail to see what it all means, j There is a labyrinth of phrases such as might be heard in St.Giles, and a repetition of expressions such ss " bloke," cove," Act., which are only heard enongst a class of gentry, whose reward has often been n voyage of some tnontliB in duration to one or her MajcBly'a colonief, where at one time there was a good wide field imd hardly any opposition to the intro duction of a vocabulary constituted of such expressions. But the position which is assumed by " Dummy," and the dreamlike cnnncclnn by which lie attempts to dove tail his tt«ry, js one bo f<»ggy« bo misty, and smacks so m *ch o...

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

Vymple llcsings. A correspondent of ilie Guardian writing fiora Nashville on the 10'h says lieturned diggers from the Huroett once more fill np the interspace ill our street* which, during the put lew weeks, had well nigh fallen into the hands o! tradcamw and their assistants. Saturday evening the town might bo compared favorably with what it had been in its palmiest days, and if we except' the ennui affecting the sorely disappointed Gsyndahites, whose intensity of feeling fur our northern neighbors in extreme no exprea ] «!on was noticeable that could be taken to bode ill to the future of Gymplo. Of the numerous means for testing the country around, now sought to be devjaed; one at least appears practicable, from being inexpensive and cany uf attainment. The scheme provides for the organising of numerous email parties who are to be seat into the country to a distance of filteen and twenty miles around. An equip uieut of tools and rations is necessarily to be supplied from a public ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Sticking-Up of the Nashville Coach. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Wifklnt-l'p or the Kaiibvillc Coach. Wecann'tt cay that ni* are greatly suipt'sud when tve he "ri that n tnse of "sticUiiig up' had <jeou'fed on the highway between Mai v l*or«MJgli mid ti>« dijju'iups; though we ex pected tli« first essay would be ina<lc npnii .nine (ulitsri' «ayl\iivi.mii ii|-oii a ra-ich liden IIri'ei" m-3tf hofjiyj n.eit. Tbtrr ha* n <: iiii« e-iiiMielied .t well firmed -1 ( IIMiiy ; 'CI SOUS wI'll- Uliuwn ll> W ill Hie lul.it of rigliiag large quitiitiliiy of g.>M or *ams of mnney l>y |>i~ivate Imid. CViiploi villi which fret, it is w^il kuoivii our digj i"gs have attracted a gmid number of the ciiirtiimi claws from other eolouie*; the polio? protec tion being at the same tiinc Tory inadequate For these reasons we repent we were not alto gether unprepared to hew of sucli an occur, ttnee as that we now have to report. It up year* that Meisrs. l,a. Ilarlc and Co.'s courh left Nashville as usual yesterday morning, at...

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Annual meeting of the Eastern Downs Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

Annual meeting of the Eastern Downs Agricultural Associa tion. . ' Tlio first annual meeting of the above association was bold mi Tuesday evening last, the 14tb instant, in the Court House. There was a good attendance of members. His Worship tbe Mayor, iq taking the chair, expressed regret that Mr. Douglas was not present, and said that although the association was fi.rmed at an unfavorable time, tbe energy displayed in their first show bsd surprised every one. The Sccretny then read tho annua) report, which was as fo'towa: "GENTLEMEN,-Your committee in pre senting to you their first Anuual Report of tbe E. D. II. and A. Association, beg to give you a brief outline of the rise and pro gress of tbe asBoeialion to the present time. Seeing many adverse circumstances that farmers and gardeners bad to labor under in this district, together with unfavorable seasons, your committee saw that if tbere was sny probability of their success it was by carefully and faithfully enquiring into exis...

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

TOE titer anir fine: IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every SATURDAY N«R\I»'G to time for the Outgoing Malls. The amount of Subscription Is FIV1 .HILlilNGS per quarter, in all casen i ml ranee. Single copies. SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CWAfiGEs FOB ADVER TISING s. 4. Two lines J o Poor do 8 o 81* do 2 a Eight da 3 o Ererjr additional six lines or under Is. DISCOUNT Oa IS consecutive inecrtioae go per cent. 86 .. " 33 " All Advertisements must specify on tbcfi face tha number of time* limy gru to bt> in .erted; if unt In without ijiis uperificutimi nub aivertiaomenU will be inaorteil until MDntermanded, aud charged for accordingly All AdTettisemenU must be aent in nol later than t p.m. on Fridays. Orier* for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements most be paid fsr previous to Insertion. Malrlayei, Births, and Deaths, 2s, per laiertloa. AGENT lti SYDNICY Meiirs Gordon ^nd Ootcti, George-street ? AGENTS IN BBtSBAVE: Mr. G. U. UtKBUon, Stationertc Nevf Agent, fltknl ...

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

BIRTH.   At Rooliamah, on the 14th Inst., the wife of the Rev. C. M'Culloch, of a daughter.  

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LATEST SPECIAL. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1868

LATEST SPECIAL. March 14. There have been no fresh Fenian disturbances.   The Prince of Wales intends paying a visit to Ireland at Easter, for the purpose of being invested with the order or St Patrick. The Queen has held a drawing-room reception. The Cabinet has been re-constructed, and Mr. B. Disraeli made Premier; Mr. Hunt, Chancellor of the Exche- quer, and Sir Hugh Cairns, Lord Chan- cellor. Mr. Disraeli announces a liberal policy. The Scotch Reform Bill has passed the second reading. The Gladstone Church Rates Bill is in committee. The debate on Irish affairs is still being proceeded with. The Govern- ment propose establishing a Catholic University in Ireland and the appoint- ment of a commission to inquire into the land tenancy. The Opposition advocate religious equality in Ireland. The Habeas Corpus Act has been suspended in Ireland for another year. Lord Cranbourne and General Peel have declined joining the Cabinet. The "Times" expects Lord Stanley will remain ...

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Northern Queensland. (From the Cleveland Bay Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

Northern Queensland. (From the Cleveland Bay Express*) The prospects of Northern Queensland, as far as mining is concerned, are full of pro mise, giving the probability of a great influx of population, in pursuit thereof j and, encour aging investment in the various industiies affected thereby, it may not be amiss, io our capacity of public journalists, having the in terest of tbe oommunity at heart and in con sequence keeping an anxious look out upon all sides, to direct the attention of the capi talist to the fact that large tracts of oountry in every way suited to pastoral persuits are to be found within easy access of our own Dis trict of Kennedy, where tbe crack of tbe stockman's whip U yet unknown. But re cently the already occupied country 111 this district was felt in too many instances to be so unpromising as a profitable speculation, that the activity displayed upon tbe first oc cupation of Kennedy died out, and tbe further spread oi pastoral investment virtually ceased. I...

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Marrying in Haste. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

Marrying (n Haste. Gentlefolks, ?? everybody admits, get mar ried for *11 sort* of reaaoua; but there !? surely HmelUtl qoito origtul in the notion of a housemaid catching a stray bachelor in order to marry btm with all speed at elgbt o'clock In the morning, and thus to secure a legacy which would be loBt if she waited U(1 half-past nine. Yet such was the proceeding of Cathe rine Aliingham, who six-and-thirty years ago was in service, and had for her fellow servants Jkfary Peafse afid Elizabeth Pells Mow Pearse waa a woman possessing furniture and £20 in money, and from a mysterious desire to promote matrimony among her friends, sha exccnted a will, leaving the furniture and £20 to the first of the two who should enter the marriage state i after which she shortly died. Upon this Elizabeth Pells at onoe took action to secure the legacr, and arranged to marry her "young man" on a certain day, at a certain hour, and in| a certain church; bat; unfortunately, she forgot to keep her \Ybor...

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Sugar Cultivation on the Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

Huar Cultivation on the Hackay. - We are glad to receive by the Maekty ifer fury such flourishing accounts of the en gar plantation! in tbe neighborhood of the Mackay. The Alexandra 8ugM Plantation " is now a light well worth feeing and not easily matshied anywhere eUe in Austaalia For a distance along either elite of tbe road .stent lines of waving green cane, stretching far away, a proapect not only pleasant to tbe eye bnt,an earnest of future wealth":-"It ww interest!og to notiee tbe contrast between the dirk green bushy Bibbon cane plants and the lighter leaved and thinner, but quicker growing Bonrbon. The latter appears to be the favorite oirisg to its quicker growth, only a few acres being planted with Ribbon saw M an experiment.-In thU latitude the Bour bon cane lengthens and ripens far quicker than about Brisbane, and is ready to cot in fourteen, instead of eighteen or twenty month but the Bibbon cane seems to take eighteen months wherever it is planted. When, how ever, a cr...

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£10,000 PER ANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

£10,000 PEK ANNUH. If i bud ten ihomand a year I think I could manage to spend it. Could squander the hilt, very near. And, si for the rest,- I could lend it. Could squander the hair, I iliould say, On folly, nn vioe, and on sorrow, On dreary debauches to-day, Ilepentance and headache to-morrow. Could purchase with half of my wealth, Or lew, if I wed to diminish. Bad morals, bad conscience, bad health. And a bad lih lookout at the finUh. And the rest Of my gold I oould lend The friend who tn want had stood by me, AnS lose both my money and friend For thenceforward forever he'd shy me I If I had ten thousand . yen, The sentiment may seem clap-trappy, I'm blest if I think it's so clear I should not be sick and unhappy. At present {'re fii«Dda-vrery dear Health and comfort, as long as I'm thrifty. So I don't want ten thousand a year, I'm content with my hundred and flfty.

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Poetry. The Graveyard by the Make. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

The Graveyard by the l.ube. Close to the foot of tlie mountain. Under tbe azure skies. Clear and "till in tbe golden euu, Dright West Water lies. Aud tlic I eauiiful 1 tills iinmnd it Aie jjittn tu tin; level wli-rc, Aud the road L'oes Llitbely climbing The sunny upland o'er; Or darkly winds through tUu forest. Where tbo tops of the restless tiees, Far aloft in tbe sunshine, King to tlie errant breeze. Save by this woodland music, Or chirp of a lonesome bird. Or tlie cry of tlie owl at nightfall, Tlie alienee is never stirred. Safe in tbeir low, green houses The people are all asleep Never to wake when the morning shines. Never to watch and to weep. Tbe sunshine falls for ever, Tbe summer comes and goes, Tbeir gr'ves grow green in tbe spring-time, And white in the winter snpwi; The purple harebell's blossom, And the robin's low refrain Of love and of lore's to-morrow. Sings frith the falling ruin. Careless of all tbe beauty That varies tbe changing year, Deaf to the murmuring music ...

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Forest Trees. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) SYCAMORE. (Acer pseudo Platanus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

Forest Trees. (FROH A COBItRsrONDCKT.) sycAMonE. (Actr ptevio Platanut.) The sycamore is a species of the tnaple. In favorable situations it attains to a con* sidetable stature and will remain a long time io a state of perfection. It Attains a valuable size in poor dry soils. In ioamv s*'U it grows to a Krgo size in a century. Sumo «ay it ««ut livcfi tiie anh in elevated situations. It is a quick grower and will endure the pea breeze better than any other tree; nor is it liable to grow to one aide when exposed to wiuds which blow chiefly in one direction, The timber is chiefly used by coopcrs and turners. It if) the tiuiber that was usod for making the woodun household dMaes which «ra mow out of date, e irtlienwnrc disha* having taken their place. The frequent allusions to the sycamore in Holy Writ show hr»w much it was cultivated in divors parts of Aria. Kaccheus ciimbcd up Into h sycamore tree to see our 6aviour ride In triumph to Jerusalem. It is s-id of Solomon, among other meri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

B ^iroertisciitmts. WANTED Y a STEADY MARRIED MAN, n fitua linu on a Station to drive on engine. Address J. IS., olHco ol this piper. AYOUNQ MAN of Steady Habita, and having good references, seeks actuation on a Station. Address A, A., office of (bin paper. W4NTKD, A STRONG Active LAD. lo make himself generally useful. Apply to DR. LEE. 0f,0 Palmerin-alrect. ON SAXK BY the undersigned, IB and 3j COTTON SAW GINS A. 13. PU1TCHARD & CO., 630 ltiUbaue. TO (JiT. THAI' LABOR mid Commodious HOUSE, with ever)' convenience, situated at llie corner of l)ra;oi mid Albert streets. Rent moderate. Apply on tlic premises. 648 WiRWICK UOKPITIIj. TO ARCHITECTS. ARCHITECTS arc In'rehy invited to fur nisli plans for proposed additions lo the VV All WICK HOSPITAL. Tracings of proBent building. plan of ground, or oilier information will be for warded on application to tbe undersigned, to whom plana are to be sent on or before WEDNESDAY, tbe 20tli MAY. By order, JOHN L. IIOSS, C46 Secretary. ' Wa...

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

Wfli".vEcii "uulfilial Council. The usual furtnightly meeting was i held on Thursday Inst, when llie fol- i lowing members wrre presmit:-The Mayor, Aids Rills, Orombie, Morgan, j Affleck, and Thornton. j The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmee). I conur.sroNDKSoE. i The TOWN Cl.tcr.R read tlit> following [ correspondence:-(I) From U. Back-j house, Esq., architect, Brisbane, asking ,! that lhu plan and drawing of a Town | Hall forwarded I)}* him some months ago, might be returned to him, or if the council wished to purchase them, he was willing to dispose of tip m. . A-ld. CnoMDIll said he believed every member of the council would take an interest in this manor now, and espe cially so if the plans had to be paid (or. Ho said that when the now Town Hall was mooted some members took a great interest in the matter, and he considered the same parlies ought to have seen that the plans which were not accepted were returned to their owners. lie thought if they were t...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

NEWS BY TIIE MAIL. The citpnrU or British and Z.*Isli produce of manufacturers for the last year amount to over 150 millions, or two million* leas than the year before John Stuart Mill has written on the Irish question, wflbting Government to buy Irish land cnwpuhorily, and sell it to tenants ; jus tifies feneration, if Ireland wishes It and ac* knowledge* hiA doctrine as revolutionary, George Francis Train ts a miserable failurej ho cannot draw audiences even in Dublin. The Californian Legislature has made eight hours a legal day's labor Judgement was declared by the Supreme Court at Nam! against Deau Green, who is .thereby ejected,. Dr. Cnleuso has been de* clared\ru«tco <»f all buildings; also to have ecclcsiafctieal jurisdiction; the judgment fur titer scf« n«rdo the Privy Council judgment, Nntai not boing a Crown colony. The Dink of England returns were pub lished on the IStli of February. Private de posit*, twenty millions; private securities, sixteen millions; gold...

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