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

THE tontmcr ani ©nits IS PUBLISHED Di WARWICK Every HATIIROAr IHORKIIVd, In time for ttie Outgoing nulls. Th« *mount of Subscription it FIVE 0HILLI BBS per quarter, in all cases in France, Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHABGES FOR ADVER. TI8ING. e. d. Two liaes 1 0 Pour do 2 0 Sii do. 2 <5 Eight da 3 0 Every additional six lines or under la. Dwioont On 13 consecutive insertions 20 per cent. 86 " 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their face the number of times they are to be in serted ; if Bent in without this specification, (Mb advertisement* will be inserted until eonetermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Adrertiaementa must be sent in not later than S p.m. on Fridaya. OrfM for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Noa-subscribe re' advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Si. per insertion. AGENT IN SYDNEY- " Messrs. Gordon and Gotcb,'_George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE o.p. muauos. Stationer & News ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1868

Local intelligence. The first meeting of the newly ap- pointed trustees of the Cemetery was held on Thursday afternoon last. Messrs. E. L. Thornton, J. C Wilson, and James M'Keachie, were present. The business was of a preliminary nature, and little more was done than simply inaugurate the board of trus- tees. Mr. J. L. Ross was appointed Secretary, and E. L. Thornton Trea- surer. It was decided to call a full meeting of the trustees at an early date, when steps would be then taken for the appointment of a sexton, and also for other business. In the Insolvent Court, on the I6th instant, a certificate was granted to James Jones Kingsford, of Warwick, publican. The Rev. Thomas Benson Rootes is gazetted as a minister authorised to colebrate marriages in Queensland. Our contemporary, The "D. D. Gazette," is informed that the proprie- tor of Talgjai station is about to treat with the Government for the purchase of that portion of the run on which the quartz reefs are situated. Whatever a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP BT E&TOD2M®! Off MMS. Heliin® Off I SELLING OFF ! ! SELLING OFF!! To Squatters, Storekeepers. Pab licans, Kawkm, Heads of Families, 4 the Public Generally* M¥IS, MB'IS, and COMPT, Have to intimate that in consequence of Dissolution of JJai'liitrsIjtj) b]» <£flkiou of Cime, And in order to CIoeo all Partnership Accounts, THKV WILL OFFER TIIEUl ?lame Mm w-iwe Of GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT (§©§? IPlEflSISc IN calling die attention of the public to this notice, D. II. & Co., would remark that their Deed of Partnership expires on the 1st day of JULY NEXT, by which time it is compulsory that the whole o! their STOCK-IN-TRADE HOST BE DISPOSED OF. In making this announcement to the public of this MMona-JUie Hate We would observe that such an opportunity to secure a Jfbklass of (Ms Has never before presented itself in this district, and we would certainly rwmnniciid all Buyers to GIVE AN EARLY CALL. Oar STOCK consists of Drapery and Haberdash...

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Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

ijiistcllaurous. | A vivniidiuiv, «? In accnmpunicd the nr. j <>f the Fiist Napoleon. hat j st died in tlm | AmIIIIH of La Ssltpetriere, m the age of 1(14. J She went through tlie Hussian campaign aud I W»s nt Waterluo, and in the course of her long lile traversed a thousand dangers. She re turned her intellectual faculties to (lie last. | The last. novelty in the newspaper world is n "daily" to lie culled the Commercial Union It propose* (o insert, free of charge. advertise " . nfs n. ru| iitali|'' rlinpheepeis. being paid by tin- latter a 011 the mnonnt of pnr en-. . l,y nvi,".|fi wl,«, «,!] rvecire from fid lirr-c iei'lt- 1,1, llii-ra.i)|" r.itivi.py«l,.m,eniiI|j",! iii'ui t"shiii,- in the ilittrihiii.Mii "f " ri'^ei'c commissi,,,, |,v lull,,,.. l",ln|, "r ,n trnd .en .,iv # wetiii,,... , "uu, r-.e idea i- ('ruiH'li, .,ih it, |j,<t ;illl>.(iUjl| ml he in Whit,chapel.- South /,os J"" Prees. u fUE Ui'Pee THOPB»kd8.-'The nickname of ."lliu upper Ten Thous...

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Snow Shoeing In Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Snow Shoeing; In Canada. The Toronto and Crescent £i.otr S' oe Cjabs met on Monday evening for their sumi weehly tramps, both uiupteriug ia good force &t the Younge-sticet AVcuue g«te> The emhusiabtic votaries <d thi« maul* and healthy recreation, which is lapidly acquiring a irr-fit populmily, are Uot deterred from enjoying their uoual practice by a scarcity *>{ «uow in the city, but b<»)dly strike uut i<iio the cmintty far miles acro*« uabrokeu putUa, over frncu?. up hills, down dales, over rivers, and tbi.'U-h s«a»ps following their leader's fjaif in ti ut ab'.'ii^iuttJ style. Tu un ordinary ob soi ver 1 he -uow r-liou app'*nrw large and un wieldy. hut i Ovt-b^.iCJ fence proves n<» vbstaele oa practiced *n<«w->l»uir. wiih .n i"pii:<i{, |i1ac*'n hi- Ixi'MSt on the »«>|>. and vaults ovtr w tli the if<ea!«:Hti>ai»e W lieu tlie patty purposcstakiog a lung inaich across an unbroken p...

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Parislan High Life Below Stairs. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Farletan nigh Mfe Below Stairs. The Paris correspondent of tho Morning Pott describes a " magnificent" bull which fonk place in III- 6a) Valentino knowt) nts the annual cook's ball :-*4 "J'hu ari-tOL'iarv »»f the kitchen* end the more 1ju«iu14!«iI wonieii of ilir. serole. mustered strongly. It is no exagera tbm to say that tiits toilettes of the ladies were woithy «f tho luo^t ntihlouiallc *al"ii*of Pars and diamond- and precious a-oneo *th >unde<l, leading me to conclude that tlio culinary art in Paris must be va y handsomely remit iiefritcd.' Some of the more beautiful women of the fish market wore jewellery which must have Cost aome thousands of francs. Quadrilles of honor were formed by the kings and princes of high life below stairs, who choBf for their partners the tuoru renowned female aristo cracy of the monde-cuialnicr. At the com mencement of the evening it appeared to me that a haughty reserve and proud etiquette prevailed throughout Ihe brilliaut society j ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

LATEST 1'ELEGRAPHJC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papert.) ROCKHAMPTON. April 2T. The Tinonee, steamer, is taking crowds of diggers to the Oape River gold-fields. The Peak Down* mail was stuck up an Friday ovenitig, ftiuilceo miles from (he Mackenzie ltivcr, liy one man, who woe dis. "Uixed and armed with a revolver, lie opened the letters, un<l abstracted the moucy that was in them, tic left the cheque*, end tlole a horse, saddle, and pack saildle. The diggings are dullish, in uousequence of thero being no water.

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The American Tube Well. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

The Amcrirnn 'C'uhe Well. ninthly no invention «>f the present day i* cau^in:! among iIk scientific men so much ntU'nthm a* ihi-> exceedingly simple and yet I m-l «Oilienr ;ip;..ira'us tor obtaining, in nlniiibt nil sinaiii'iiK, pure wator at a smal| outlay- ^ coni-inS in untiling mote than ir n tub- peifoiMtud wi;hhol-K at t'»u lowrr cud. a«id shod with n st<-ul point which enable* it readily tr» pciietruti! llit- huld<«l tsoil. Thi tube is diivi-ti into lite ground vertically l<y means of repeated jjivm by ;i hollow monkey ivoiKiit>m tin- lulu; a- .« tfni ic. Thvae hl«»w* me re.'<'Wed up >u a strong cU p fifinly dipping the tuhu muii the (1I< clamp being from lime t<> thm- rai«M ss th< tub? duse. ndg into tin' imt h. The pioecus o|" driving ii cuiitiuued until it is ascertained, by tncaos of a plumb lowered into the tube, (hat A waterbearing statum has been readied. A pump is then attache! ...

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BOWEN. April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

BOWEN. April 28. The news from the Cope River Digging! ia satisfactory. The Boomerang taket about nius hundred ounces of cold 'J'ortny was observed here «s n holiday. The lutcst news from the Gulf ia to the ff-ct iIihi itii'i'- whi no hickii'ts. There i i»i- i.ei n iie.it at UurkeluWD. The 'letflchnoent of police hat arrived thero.

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One Hundred and five Heaths in an Emigrant Ship. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

One Hundred and five Heaths In an l inlgrant Kklp. The Hamburg ship, LiebnlU, Captain Barobold, fivtu Hamburg, after a passage «l fiO dejs, mired at quarantine New York, on the lltli. having had 105 deaths from cholera daring the passage, 70 adult*, aad 85 children. Two days afterwards bur surviving passenger* Were transfered tolhe hospital &bip Iiiiuoisk except a fewwho%eru retained on the Lieb rilU to assist io cleaning it. The vc«gu2 .was in a V«iy liftliy condl4Juti. Two more pas* ^engc-i'fi Lave Bin cp died* Tlx*, rcstof the passengers at latent date were doing w»ll. Tbe eaptaio aays many of those wh<» liave died were victims of ship fever and cholera iufan. turn. The Liebnitz sailed fwtn Hamburg on the 12th of November for New York, with 9 cabin and 438 steerage passengers, & crew of 28 men, and a general cargo of merchandise. Tbe total number or persons on board was 468, which was further increased by 8 births on the paassge. On tbe 21st of November...

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SYDNEY. April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

SYDNEY. April 27. The Sheriff lias reported tint, to tho bes of lils belief, (lio uri^iiiul of O'Kirrell'a Idler is ilie one pot-scsi»ed by Mr. Mnclciiy, through the instrumentality of tho Chaplain, con trary to gaol refutations Father Jhvyer hits refused unswerinj: lite questions of the Sheriff thereon. Mr. I'.tikcs ttiii-i iit ibe Assembly that thf grave of O'Farrell was hcini: watched, in order lo prevent a rfistuibmice. Parliament was prorogued by the Gover nor iu pert-ou, tu the IG1I1 June. April 28. The Ministerial dinner was very success ful. Mr. l\u!u-s occupied the ch«ir. Tbero were thirty membres present. The lion. A. IJ. I'ulmcr, Colonial Secretary of Queeiitiland wa9 a suest. The only toast was u The Queen." Sugars are advancing, in c>nsequeQcc of the repurlb of damaging btornm at the Mau ritius. Mr. Michael, solicitor, r>f Grafton, nnd another solicitor resident iu tho Southern districts, are missing.

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A Hannted House. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

A flaunted Bowe. Since the middle <>( lust Oeto'jcr 11 very pin pular system tf persecution hns been going on in Kensington, wliic'i In- liithcito I aflled all attempts to discover tlie author, or th meane by lvliiclj 1 !:?' annoyance eomi'lained or ieeffeetetl. Some yo uh av it woiiM have been put down to a pbo>t, cr p.rlm| s tn liin Satanic JniMC't-ty himself; but bince tin; great spiritualistic bubble of the Urolliut-s Daven port has burst, there is nothing left but to punle on till the trick, clever as it nn.y be. «s found out Unfortunately, in the 1'1esint case tlie tiick, though clever, is becoming cruet and heartless, in a small house, about 20yards from tlie main road live an old lady 84 rears of age, and lier daughter, with one servant. Tlie; Lave lived in the name house for noarly 20 years wihont any annoyance; but for the last few months they are con stantly Htartluil liy a sharp loud knocking upon tlie panel of the strcut iluor. Upon openinir the door, h...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. SYDNEY, April 27. (From the Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. SYDNEY, April 27. (i^roffi the Briilane Courier.) The mail steamer Kaikoura arrived at 4 o'clock this afternoon, having made the fastest pasage yet recorded. The latest inteligence per electric cable is to March 15. The English news has mostly been anticipated by the mail " via" Suez. A debate took place in the llouse of Commons, on the 7th instant, on the Alabama claims. Lord Stanley professed a sincere desire to meet fairly the demands made by Secretary Seward and put an end to the misunderstand ing between the two countries. The Ministerial arrangements have been completed. Mr. Gilford has been appointed Vice-CSbancellor. Mr. Hunt has been re-elected for Nort hamptonshire. Captain Mackay has been fully com mitted for murder. The French Government lias signi fied its intention to press for the pay ment of the Franco-Mexican bonds. Louis Napoleon was seized with a fit on the Cth instant, but recovered. He intends visiting St. Petersburg!) in...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

focal JntcHrgtncf. METEOROLOGICAL. OBSERVATIONS. The following are the readings or the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in thiB town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: Babometir. Tubbhoheteb. MAX. HIJT. Saturday .. 28 624 .... 750 .. 420 Monday . .. 28810 .... 690 .. £30 Tuesday .. 29CT0 .... 0 TB .. 620 Wednesday .. 28707 .... Cfi'5 .. 500 Thursday .. 28572 .... 700 .. 450 Friday .. 28 470 72 6 .. 33 0 Baiufall since iaat issue nil. It in our melancholy duty to reoord the death by drowning of a young man named Thomas Slavin,. a resident of this town. An inquiry was held oil Monday last before the Police Magis trate, at which the following facts were elicited. The unfortunate deceased went up the river for the purpose of duck snooting on Sunday morning last, in company with a man named Henry Abbott. When near to Canning Downs head station, deceased shot a duck. which fell into the water. In spite of the remonstrances of his companion, deceased went ...

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The Rev. Father Lonergan and the late Attempted Assassination of Prince Alfred. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Tbe ll«v. Father Lonersan and (he late Attempted As ntrinilloii «r Prince Alfred. The Rev. Father Lonerg&n, who, some of our readers will remember, was for some time resident in this dis trict, made the following speech in reference to tbe late attempted aesaSBi nation of Prince Alfred, at a dinner given toT. H.Fitzgerald, Esq., MiL.A., at Mackay, and which we extract from the " Mackay Mercury." We are glad to see this expression of opinion, and coming from such an authority as it does, we have 110 doubt will be satis factory to many parties: The Her. Father Loneroan on the health of the " Eoyal Family" being Riven, took occasion to refer tn the attempted assassina tion of the Duku of Edinburgh, and made an impressive speech in relation thereto. He dwelt at some length upon the murderous and cowardly attack which had been made upon the Duke of Edinburgh, who had come to the shores of Australia as r visitor, and who had partaken of the hospitality of the colonists. He -Father...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

NOTICE. We beg tu inform ow ftiends and subscribers that our accounts for the quarter ending March 31 -s7> are now bnn<; delivered, and ?ve j should Jrtl obliged by a speedy set tlement of the same. Mr. R, J. Mackenzie- has been appointed our collector, and his receipt will be a full discharge of all claims. li. A. COWTON, SAML. IRWIN. April 20th, 1SG8.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

(feittitiitcr mii Cimcs. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1868. PERHAPS the most important thing . which will beneficially affect the dis trict of Darling Downs, and this por tion ot it in particular, is the extension of the line of railway. Tbe comple tion and opening of it to Dalby are now things of the past, and to render it anything like a paying concern for, the Government, the speedy comple tibb of it to Warwick is now only re quired. A great deal of uncertainty j and ignorance seem to prevail in this district as to the state of the works' between Toowooraba and Allora, and ' we are sorry to eay that we are nearly | as much in ignorance regarding this matter as our readers. All efforts on i our pttrt to obtain information respect ing details have proved fruitless, and all we know is that the cuttings for the line as. far as Allora are completed, ' and tbe workmen have been sent to the Toowomba end to lay the plates. This is very satisfactory, and from it we may infer that not many months will...

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CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

CALENDAR FOR MAY. Ifooa'* Change* Full Moan fth...1'48 a.m. I^aat Quarir J5lh...S-27 a.m. Ifew Moon 22nd,..4'4T p.m. Ifl Qaftrtfr g9tb...tt 58 a.m fiun lti-cfl-' K'ti. Ifit dor... V'£> 6*20 6t)i " ... G'«W 5'2& 15lh " ... 6'3B 5-ifl 22nd " 6 4U 613 Orinco Arthur born, 16SO. /8) First Cbinese in Queensland, 1850. 3hd Sdkdat AFTEU Kastuu. Moreton Hay proclaimed, 1812. Outbreak of Civil War in U. S.. 1861. Gold discovered in Australia, 1651. Dietrict Council elected, Sydney, 1844. jDaniel.O'Conncil died, 1847. (Schiller died* Aged 46, J 805. k-TH SCNDAY AFTER EA6TEB. [13A3. [(10} Land sold in Mclb. at £210 per ft. Last Transport to Moreton Bay, 1850. (12) Bir C1i»8. Barry died, 18G0. Mint cstabliahed at Sydney, 1855. Melbourne founded* 1837. Cook dweorered Morton Day, 1770. HOCUTIOV SCNUAV. (17) 1st Circuit Court. Brisbane, 1850. Burra Burra Minen discovered, 1814 ColumbuB died* 1506. AacRKeroK DAY-HOLT Tjicrbuat. Firat Queensland Parliament, 18G0. Bank of England establishe...

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The Rev. J. T. Hotting and the Church at Rockhampton. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

ttic Krv. J. T. eiflUine and tlie Church at Rocbliaiu|i ton. It will foe remomWmd that. about four mom lis a»u the llev. ,T. T. Butting was trans. iV-lrcil from Warwick to lliickhainpt in. The affairs of Ihu church in I lie latter town wan then in a very unsatisfactory state, ami ivc were yiveil to undcr-tand, that any thing hut a good feciing existud amongst the members. Since Mr. RnUin;:, however, has had charge of tlie parish, things are assuming a better jispect, and from tbo report uf tlie churchwardens. which was read at tlio meoling on Easter Tuesday, the members are so satisfied with ihe ministra tion s of the lief, gentleman tliat they are soing to Hsu there exertions to make Mr. Hotiiii!! their permanent pastor. YVe gather the foilowini; particulars fr.nii the church wardens report, which tnpeared in the JHock hampton Bulletin ' " It is our plcut-iit^ duly to ro| ort a grow ing confidence in the arrangements that have been in operation during the past few weeks for llie pr...

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Execution of O'Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Eiecntlon of O'Parrcll. The terrible penalty of Hie law fir the crime committed by the nssaitin O'Farrell, was exacted at Darlinglinrst gaol, mid tlie convicted felon died an ignominious Jcutli upon the scaffold. Although lai-fje crowds of people congregated in the vicinity nf the jjaol, the nttnMt decorum and good order prevailed. A largo number «r gentlemen. including mem ber* of the Legislature, Justices of the Peace and well-known private cltitens, were ad mitted Into tlie gaol by order gf the Sheriff, and when the execution teak there were up ward* of * hundrnd persons present. We understand that O'Farrell slept soundly all ?tglit, asbo has been accustomed to do since hi* incarceration, tod op to tbe last he pre ferred that cheerfulness of manner that he bai exhibited ever since bla arrest. It ta <0 far satisfactory to knew that within thelaat few days he several tlrnea expressed gladness that Hie ahot fired by lilm at the Prince did net InBlct * mortal wound; and ho...

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