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FRIDAY, MAY 1. [Before Dr. Koch J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

FRIDAY, MAT 1. [Before Dr. Koch J.P.] E. L. Thornton v. Thos. Shimmiogs. -This action was brought against the ! defendant for removing certain corn | without his consent, over which the plaintiff held a preferable lien, whereby plaintiff's security became invalid. j Mr. Fuller appeared for the plaintiff,i and Mr. Oxenham for the defendant. This case was adjourned until Tues day next. !

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THURSDAY, APRIL 30. [Before W. C. Balls, Esq., J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

TIIUJIBDAT, APRIL 30. [Before W. C. Balls, EBq., J. P.] John Dohrer pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was dis charged with a caution.

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Sticking-up Of Carrie Hotel near Maryborough. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

MtlcklDK-up Of Carrie Eiotcl near Maryborough. Odd of the most daring cases of bushr&nging known in tliii colony occurred at Conic Hotel (Mi. Booker's)01' Sunday night. t'uuic Hotel wo may note for tbe hcuefit of disiant readers is about twelve mile# from the dig ging* , on tbe Maryborough road. The s b Stance of the following account of what took place has been forwarded ns by Mr. U. II. D White, manager of the Bank cf New Smith Wales, Rocknatnplon. It appears that Mr. White, who had been on the diggings a few weeks opening a branch of his hank there. »vas returning to Rockhampton, Mr. BucUlaud, the manager of the new branch at Nashville, accompanying him as far as Curri>\ Five Iniuutes after their arrival at Mr. B><ol<er\i Carrie llotel,the following took place-The tiro bank manager* were seated on h s fa, taking a glass of wine together. when a scream was heard, and in rushed a inau fudg ing1 in the house looking scared, and wftvr him camo a ma...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Correspondence. EARLY CLOSING. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Comsponbente. GARIiV CLONtH(S. (To the Editor of the Examiner nnd 7\met.) SIR,-I notice in (he papers that a move ment is oti foot in Toowoomba to close all ?hops and places of business e.t no earlier hour, in order to allow tome relaxation to their employees. Can we not induce uur Warwick storekeepers to take florae steps in the same direction/ It iB a great shame that the very life's blood, as ft were, should be drawn from the poor unfortunates who are compelled to serve in the shops in this town. Besides, 1 do not believe that the storekeepers themselves gain anything by it. I am in the habit of taking a stroll through the streets of an evening, and it I may judge from what 1 see, I do not believe there is a shop in town that takes in money enough at nil:lit tu pay fur the 1.crofitMK consumed. It has frequently fctnicU mti as wonderful that uur (storekeepers would con tinue a practice so injurious mentally, morally, and physically, to their hands, ami which has not even the merit...

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

Nisnvir.LB -Daring th» week ire have received from all «ideB most enconraglngac count! of our reefs. In some instances the reports have been of a nature sufficienttO»f induce disbelief io tbem stfiret; bat fortu- v tiately they Are generally supported by (Qb- 'l staotial proofs. We donot intend to pMti-%1 cuhrise the various descriptions of wealth.^ which have been diseevered within the laiirtlj few daya in reef* well-known to all. Buffiee ; it to aay that this will prove one of the- # richest reefiiag districts ever yet Opeced,.^® We may meotion tn patftytfthat the 'Wtbfc^gj pcctors of the Nil Dosperaoaiim See^wbfali': .^ cuts Walker'* Gully,. bare lately prodaced!? remarkably rich etoae.. end alto th»toa(,j SmitfaGeld E«ef another rich patch basbeen v\ struck. Moat resplendent of ell reels, how over, is the Lady nary, where the old adage u of" All that glitters is not >soM" is alraostl literally reversed. The Oaltdonlan Beef i also vies in richness with the lakt mentioned/^ "1 ...

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Fatal Accident at the Armidate Races. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Fatal Accident M! the ArmMale SUN. At the Armidele lUces. htld oti 'the? 11th inat, a fatal accident oecmmS 16a young 1 roan named Mr. Win. Allingham. This fol lowing particalara wo eatractfrom (he Attni dale EzprtttMr. Aliingbtm aodHr, E. G. Clerk, Junior, were racing from the balf-mHo post toward* the stand, Mr. Proctor, on oi serving them from h short dirtauee, took across the course to join tbem. . horse lie mi riding ia reported to be ahard-tnouthed, ! obstinate animal aud (n coming up Mr. Proctor could not stop him. The animal struck Mr AllinRliam's horse with force on "llie quarter., and ft wa» utated (though tlie ecUence no the Utter point Was contradictory) tb«t Mr. A1 iingiiam's horse impelled by the shock, nAt violently with his chest againat Mr. £lM|<s iiorae, resulting ia tlie funuer being" thiawtfc with his rider, Mr. Aliinghatn mi immedi ately picked up lij Mr. M Qooldriok, nod taken of the track; his skull was fractured, at tbe base, and probably (loath wa...

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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, APRIL 25. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

Warvrffik Police Court. SATURDAT, APRIL 25. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Isaac Roberts, brought up on the charge of drunkenness, was fined £1, or in default 24 hours' imprisonment.

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

^irucrtiscmtiits. WANTED By a STEADY MAllKIUD M AN. a Miiia tjon on a Station lo drive an engine. AddreHB J. B., office oi tliia paper,. A YOUNG MAN of Sie«d? Habits. and having good references, seeks a situation ou a Station. Addresa A. A., office of ibin paper. TO LKT. TEAT LARGE and Commodious HOUSE* will) every convenience, situated a< :bo curiier of Dragon and Albert itrceU. Bent moderate. Apply on Hie p'emiPCs. 646 TBS m®SIE !M, PALMERIN-STBEET, WAIUVIOK. S. BUTCHER, BK(jR to inform his friends Atid the public that he has taken the Above Hotel lately occupied by Mr. WILLIAM CARTER WINES ANH SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. COMFORTABLE ACCOMMODATION. OGrf SHEEP.JHEEP. To Free Selectors and Oilier*. W. G. BALLS AS on hand SMALL LOTS OF SHEEP, at tlio lowest prices for CASH. 57 i H PHOTOGRAPHY. PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, Alblon-ittrei'l. C ARTES DE VISITE at Moderate Ounces j and a copy shown for approval. His Gallery will be open on TUESDAYS I and FRIDAYS, from Ton till Five. i...

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

THE fettmtcr aidr Cimcs IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK ®*ery NATURD4W MORVIKfi, vi time (tor the Outgoing nails. The .mount of Subscription is FIVE ? HILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in adraoee, Single oppiea, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVER TISING Two llaea I o Four do j 0 Sis do. j 6 Sight As 3 o Kveiy additional aix linea or under Is. Disuouvt Oa IS OMttcutivt insertion! SO per cent. .. .. 38 " Alt Advertisements must specify on tlieir sM» the number of time* they ar« to be in Mrtad; if sent in without this K|ieeifienti«n, .aeb advertisements will be in sorted until ; countermanded. and charged for accordingly, j All AdvertlaemenU must be aeut iu liiit later than ft p.m. on Fridiya, WtWtn*or *ttera«ii>n must bo |VM-flabaeribsi«' adrrrtieementa mutt be pua for previous to intertlan. M»rri»ge«, Births, and Deaths. Si. per lBHrtitn. AORNT IN SYDNEY Meseri Gordon aod Gutcb, Qeorpe-street AQBVTS IN BRISBANE: V; p. Haruioh, Stditotivrft Kettx Aircnt. School of Art! Building*. Mr. 7....

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1868

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Isaac Roberts pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was dis charged with a caution. Edward Harrison pleaded guilty to a similar charge, and was also dis charged with a caution. John Aspinall was brought up, charged with having on the 21st inst., stolen a red and white cow, the pro perty of John Downing. Mr. Oxenham appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Fuller for the de fendant. The prosecutor called Martin Luther Downing, who deposed as follows Am the son of John Downing, the proBecuttor; 1 have seen the defendant before; I met him on Friday last on; the Maryland Road at the brick-yard; he waB driving a mob of cattle, «nd among them 1 saw a cow belonging; to my father; I knew the cow by her brand and color; .1 claimed the cow as my father's, and prisoner said if she, was my cow I could take her; prisoner said he was going to take her to Mr. Harvey, the butcher, in Warwick, and ; that if he had done any damage to the cow,...

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O'Farrell's Statement. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

(k'F&rrelt'H SUtcmeut. In (lie Legiftlittivi* A*HC:nbly cf Now Routli | Walts oa ifae SZo'I ulL, Mr. MacK'oy npplicd for i»f<tt-infiii<ui relative to b written state ment mctdo liy O'Furrcll previous to l>U exe cution, iiut tlio 1'icmier refused to giro It. Mflcleay then read (l»o following "Delug now nb-uJ to nppcnr b.forc my CrealO'V I foul in my duty to givj expression t » my heaifult sorrow for flie grcvinus crime t Iiflvo committed From tlio vcy bottom of my heart do I gtiorc f<>.* wlmt I have <l«mu. I linv« hiihei to fftid tbnt I WAS otic of many who won* prepared to do tho Jerd, hud 1 not do&o iL I Ua4 not Uio slightest fauotUiioo; lor finch n staU'in'mt. I nevw omuucU'd with an)* mail, «>r any tH«dy of Mies', wb»» lia«l !«r (liniri.ljrct the taking nf (lie Ufa of tho lhikeof Kilii.bdigli. Kiriiker wn* I in any «tber tj«aii in ad indirect manner ewiai'Cted witli lliAt organisation in Iieland and elae* uliuru...

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The Present State of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

The Prrsvnt Mtute of Ireland. A crtrrc*p"nilcnt «»f 'In l> i>. Gazette. rniVr the Mgnstnro «if J C.Iv. write* ihn f.dlowini account o' tVt statu «>f Ireland. with ifce e mses if tlu present dissatisfaction, and iis It li-vin? been shown that the Ci*lt hn.i phm-d, an.1 m playing a m -st ioiportiint |»n i. that H9H »n ce J hey cannot he reckoned in lcil-n (it (he .tiufo-S:ixii t* in m(sk in arms, mi j;l»ry.or in Ic.-ifuiiiji.th.-qucfcu Mj ait^e*: Jlow i* it that <hi Irish Cell ft nro bo troublesome ? Why with such a feitile land, nro th-5%' *o \>ooi ? Why is tlwru perpetual antagonism bftwixi them and the DritMi Ciovemmi'ut? Arc there any blamewothy p.'r*oii*; if h>, who ore they, and what is the measure ot their blame? To answer these questions it is needful to look nt the broad tacts of i!> > present state of lM'l.imh In round tiuinbei* there are nix millions of jiih&bUilntfi ; the «nly manufactures arc UioHii «if Utieli .'Hid ardent tipiriU, ...

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A Model Special Constable. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

A. Btodcl Special Constable. » Considerable amusement has been occa sioned in Dalby during the Iaat few daye by the perpetration of what some persons are pleased to term one of the "smartest tricks" which have tBken iilaceiu tliis neighborhood since Dalby was proclaimed a township. On Saturday last, a certain honest but very careless fellow, named Joe Dargan, got a settlement for work done as a subcontractor on the railway, and became the bappy pos sessor of a trifle over £70. Humour says that as SOOD as Joe, who is a convivial soul, had received his money, he was carefully "shepherded" by two of his former mates, ?ad after being induced to "shout" at various public-houses in town* he was spirited away in a ballast train the same evening to the I/ong Waterhole, a distance of 16 miles, on arrival at which delightful township an adjournment was made to Burge's hostelrie, and preparations made for a regular spree. It happened that Joe was indebted to a pub lican in this town in the sum...

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Fire at Jimbour Station. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

Fire at Jlmbonr Citation. Oil Sunday evening at about half-past seven, it was discovered that the hay in one of the italic* of the Jimbour stables were on fire. There were al the time three valuable entires, belonging to Messrs. Bell, and one mare In the wtablo. It was in the stall <>f one of the former-a very fine black horse called Tom that the fire was first *ee». The horse was kicking and pluuging violently, and succeeded in breaking the chain which fastened bint, but being blind he merely ran into another stall, and was with great difficulty led out. A man who caught hold of the iron bar fixed to the head-stall had his band Kverely burnt by it. and therefore it is not surprising that the horse was terribly burnt about the head and chest, And was hardly espccted to survive. Tho mare was also a good deal burned on the bend but not dangerously. The other horses were got out without injury. Meanwhile, tjie flames were spreading with rapidity, and by the time men could...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

NEWS m Till'] MAII). A ilclntu tixifc placu ill tlie ll"ti«e Cimii Anna on Marili 6. relnlivu to ttio Alnlnm.-i Claim*- Mr. Sliaw 1*: Fi-vro ur-'o.i tliu sciile went .>( tllin vell'il IJIUMlioil nn lliu pinlipiO j jiosi'.t by the Aiiitricm tfciveriiii.eiit. lit: fa it; uei'illil 101 nuike indiscriminate e.inccsi'ii- j bin uu (..intil It! ti n I III' right nf tlie ca«Q Til' r ' tiiirci Vgn u im^u: wbi-ie thi;ie »vns mine need to f't* point* Sin h al'oivanc.' wits tu be made lnrtliu ~ 11 tin: U itci Statea. Ureal liiitniii in the *aiiie ci«c 'iviili fivehutidiv'Jinillwnsofdehtamtinctedtlirungh . civil war, iii which a million Jivus hod been lost) might appreciate the caso lietti-r *li:m mere lookers-on only. Hu Ih'iugiit England had been entirely neutral. But nu neutrality would litvo pleased America, Wliat the United State* wanted v*i neutrality, coupled with j warm sympathy find support. Admitting tint it mi wrong fur Grcnt lliitaiu to leco^niac tho South* would the Uiiiti'd Stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

WANTED BV a STEADY MARRIED MAN, a situa (ion on a Station to drive an engine. Address J. B , office of Xbi? paper. A YOUNG MAN of Sleady Habits, and having good references, seeks a situation on a Station. Address A. A., office of tbls paper. DOCTOR LABATT, A.M, M.D. Cleary'a Plough Inn, PALMEBIN-STKEET, Near the Chapel, Warwick. 669 TO COTTON GROWERS. THE umlnrsigned are prepared to PUR CHASE COTTON ID any quantf ties i the SEED, delivered at the HERMITAGE FARM, Warwick Reserve, at 2d per pound cash. C70 ARB1ITSTEAD & PARR. MR. AVIOLET, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, OFFICE,-BOYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL Warwick. <>1 Uucea'g Blrfb-Diiy (lull. A SELECT BALL will be lield at Mr. Lothbridgc'g DOWNS HOTEL, ON MONDAY EVENING. MAY 25TH, In consequence of the Queen's Birth-Day falling on Sunday. TICKETS FIVE SHILLINGS. LADIES FREE. Refreshments provided. 673 Clarence River Horses. H. G. RANSOME HAS received instruction* from Mr. P. liogan, to sell by public auction, ON WEDNESDAY NE...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MARYBOROUGH. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

l'ELEGRAPHJC NEWS. MARYBOROUGH. May 4. The first crushing at the Pioneer Quart* Crushing machine was made last week, when six cwt of picked stone from the Caledonian Beef was crashed, and yielded 817 ounces or gold. The Lady Maty is turning out some very rich stone. Beefing operations generally are very satis factory. Mr. Walsh is to be entertained at a public banquet at the diggings to-morrow (Tuesday.)

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. (Before the Police Magistrate, and C. B. Daveney, Esq., J.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

Warwick Petty Debts Court. (Before the Police Magistrate, and C. I B. Daveney, Esq., J.P.). Griener: v. Lee.-£4, goods sold and delivered. Mr. Conquest was for the plaintiff; Mr. Fuller for the defendant. Defendant pleaded a set off, and it was agreed that the action should rest on the decision in the following case. Lee v. Griener.-The plaintiff sued for £5 10s., for medical attendance, &c. Mr. Fuller for the plaintiff; Mr. Conquest for the defendant. Dr. Lee, sworn, said:-I was called in to attend defendant by his wife on the 9th February last; he was suffer ing apparently from toothache and diseased condition of the jaw; pre scribed and supplied him with medi cine, end made nine visits altogether; performed an operation on him, ad ministered. chloroform, and extracted three teeth; this was done at the de fendant's request; held a consultation with. Dr. Margetts previous, and he was present when the operation waB performed; charged £5 10s., a fair price; called upon me abo...

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SYDNEY. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

SIDNEY. May 6. | mr. ai i/onaia, manager wtne unbtoo branch j of the Commercial Bank, lias been remanded on a charge of em^eulement. The Government have offered a hundred {>ounds reward for finch information as will oad to the conviction of the person who fired at Mr. Samuel Grey, of fiiama, a few days ago. The Executive have refused to alter the capi tal sentence passed upon the culprit In the Boweufels murder case. Sir. Justice Cbeeke's stud is to be disposed of hy lottery. Five thousand shares at one pound each. Father Dwyer lias been suspended from the Gaol Chaplaincy. The Prince Alfred Hospital subscriptions ammint to nearly £15,000. Picuro-pnteumonia fas made its appearance I on the Macleay Biver. I There were twine defaulters at the settling i at TattersalT* last night. The Novelty has arrived from Aucklaud. | She brings news to the 25th ultimo. ! Fresh aiNcnveries have taken place at the j ICskara go)d*field. i Swales, a storekeeper, convicted of arson, has been executed....

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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, MAY 2. [Before W. C. Balls, Esq., J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868

Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, MAT 2. [Before W. C. Balls, Esq., J. P."] liilly lii-illy '.'Hi! Ni-ddy Hooper, aborigi- I i<al.-t, ..uiily to the charge ->( ilim,. Uenness, aiid were each discharged with a caution. TUESDAY, MAT 5. [Before the Police Magistrate and C. B. Davency, Esq., J.P.] Stephen Kenny, Henry Watson. John Stewart, and Patrick Fa hey were severally charged with having been drunk and disor derly in l'almerin-streel on the previous evening. The prisoners pleaded guilty, anil were cach Bued 10b. or in default 24 hours' imprisonment. Luke Burke, brought up on a similar charge, pleaded not guilty. The offsnoe was proved by Constable Murphy, and the prisoner was flned £1, or in delimit 48 hours' i imprisonment. Kelly v. Wills.-Prose r.utorcharged defend, anlwilh an assault, and ill a second action, sought to recover wages alleged I') be due to her from defendant. Mr. Oxenhnm for Hie plaintiff and Mr Fuller for the defendant. The prosecutor did not appear, ...

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