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The History of the Expioration of Palestine, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Tfcp History of the Explora tion of Palestine, Now that such prominent attention is being directed to the exploration of tbe Holy Land, it may be interesting to indicate what baa been done, and what it being done, by the pro moter! of the fund by which that project was initiated, and by which it has been sustained. The Palestine Exploration Fund was esta blished in the early part nf 1865, by the Arch bishop of York, the Duke of Argyll, tbe Dean of Westminister, Sir Henry Bawlinson, Mr, A. H. Layard M.P., and other gentlemen well acquainted with biblical literature. The Queen at once gave her patronage to the scheme proposed, and there is no doubt that such a project was neeeasaiy, for, though many travellers bad visited Palestine, all our infor mation, regarding that country was either inaccurate or imperfect. Though the fund has never assumed any condition of magnitude much has been done to correct false impressions or to make deficient investigations, if not per fect, at least les...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

CALENDAR FOlt MAY. * VOOD'i Chaogrs I Fall Moon 7tfi...4M(i a.m. I LutQutnr l5ih...U*7 r.to. | Hew klooo 22nd...jun. let QoArtor 29tl»...9'S3 a.m. Sun Iti oa. K« tf. 1st duv... Mil f-'JS S'-5 i£ii> " ... C'RH 5-IC 22tid bA 0 6-13 Prince Arthur born. jfcSO. (3) First Chinese in Queensland, 1850. 3&d SUNDAY AFTKU KASTUR. Moreton Bay proclaimed, 1842. Outbreak of Civil War in U. S.. 1861. Gold discovered in Australia, 1851. District Council dccK-d, Sydney, 1844. Daniel O'Connell died, 1847. Scbillfr died, aped 40. 180-5. 4TH Sunday AFTCU Kastbr. [1853. [00) Land B>>ld in Melb. nt £21C per ft. Last Transport to Morrton Bay, 1650. (12) Sir Clias. Barry died. 1660. Mint established at Sydney, 1865. Melbourne founded, 1£37. Cook discovered Mnreton Bay, 1770. ROGATION SUNDAY. (17J 1st Circuit Court, Brisbane, 1850. Barm Burra Mines discovered. 1644. Columbus died. 1506. Ascbksion Day-Holt Tbubfdat. First Queensland Parliament, I860. Bank of England established, 1693. Ft&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

THE Y fenhter atto ©mc: IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Bverr i&TDBDAK ""?S,1?,® fartl* for tlie Outgoing Malls. The amount of Subscription is FIV] SHILLINGS per q«iarte£ in all cum ii Urance, Single cople», 8IXPBNCE. BOAT.? OF CHARGES FOE ADVBE TISING: f. a. Ttro lines J ® Four do - % ° Bl* do \ ® Eight is 8. Kr«ty additional eix lines or under 1«. DlSCOOKTt O# 18 aonsecutire insertions 20 per cent. SS .. » 38 " AU Adrerlisements tnnat epeeltr on theli face the number of .times tbev are to be in. anted; If aentin without this specification, nch aiTertSaementa will be Inserted nntil eountennanded, and charged for accordingly. All Adrartisementi ®ust be aent in not later than S p.m. on Fridays. Orders lor withdrawal or alteration must be ^ ^tfS-lubseribere' adwrtisenfcnU mnst be insertion. AGENT IN SVDMET Kim. Gordon and Gotch, George-street AGENTS IN BBI8BANE:-I lb. a. D. lUftmov, Stationer S News Agent, School of Arts Buildings. Mr. J. WILD*. South Brisbane. B£NK OF NEW SOUTH WALES...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

.(fepiitcr aito Cites. SATURDAY, MAT 16. I86». : IT is pleasant occasionally to torn from < the considerationof the colony as a ? whole to give a glance at the progress of some of our local Institutions daring <4he past year: One of the first of <ihese which claims our attention is our £choi>l of Arts. It is from an institu tion of this kind and from the support i it Receives that the intellectual state of ihe district may be judged and its tone > and tendency may be tested. " The Warwick School of Arts held ?its annual meeting last week, andtfom the tspori which was then presented to the members it yilltbe seen that, in spite of the general* depression, this institution has not suffered either numerically or financially. We are therefore entitled to take no small amount of credit for thu district gene rally in thus enabling the committee^ to issue such a favorable statement. Briefly stating the advanced position in which it stands in compariso...

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Mails to and from Europe. NEW TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Halls to and from Europe. NEW TIME TABLE. The following dates are from the P. and 0. Company's l&ttit lime tabic, and show the ar rangements for the arrival and departure of mails to and from Europe, via Bnez, which 'will be in force for some months to come at least: Mil LB to Ecnorfi. ?y -<ta Feb. 2 'March 1 March 38 April S3 May 21 ?Jane18 July 16 Angait 13 Sept, 10 ' Oct, 10 Hot.* Feb. 4 March 3 March 30 April 25 May 23 June 20 July 18 Aug. Iff Sept.! 2 Oct. 12 March 21 April 18 May 16 June 13 July 11 Aug. 6 Sept. S Oct. 3 Oct. 81 Nov, 88 Nov. 9 Dec. Mails pbom Kdbopi. >6 El & March 21 April 18 Kbyte -Jane 18 July 11 Anson s Sept, S Oct S Oct, 81 No*.88 DM. 86 ;? May 7 Jnnei July B ?Jjttlv30 Attg. 27 Sept. 2* Oct. 22 Nov. J 9 Deo. 17 1889 <7*11.14 Fcb.ll May U June 11 JulyS August 6 Sept. S Oct. 1 .' Oct. 89 NOT. 26 Dec. 21 1889 Jan. St Feb. IS No*. 86 Dec. 87 1869 Jan. 84 Feb. 21 Ifii*.-The difference between tbe time of mall de(patch via...

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Pauperism and Emmigration. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

P«nperUm and Enmlgraliw, ! The distress. in East London continues, aggravated by the action of the trades unto qs nil4 the foolinVi conduct of the men. Of course, the onions deny taring anything to So with the matter, but after the results of the Sheffield inquiry, wo must take sneh denials for what they are worth. A curious illustra tion of the results of the depression of trade which has led to bo much misery in the metropolis and in the provinces, has been fur tiished by an official return giving the names of 1600 persons who hare notified their inten. tion to discontinue keeping carriages, and .laim, therefore, to be exempt from the pay ment of carriage duties. Another effect of the distress has been to stimulate the tide of- Cel tic emigration to Braxil. The new land of promise is becoming exceedingly popular with the Irish in this country, One of the Irish Boman Catholic organs, the Fni»er«»i Nmo<, saysThe Emperor of Brazil has, it appears, been long anxious to aee ...

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Extraordinary Scene with Wild Boasts. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Extraordinary Scene with Wild BaaslH. The fi'eui Fork Tribune says :-" We have received information from a gentleman who has recently returned from a trip in the Southern States, and who was &ji eye-witness of the affair, of an extraordinary, eudden, and terrific contest among the wild animals be longing to the Southern branch of the Baroum and Van Amburgh Museum and Menagerie Company, which teas brought about in consequence of their being liberated from captivity by a railway accident. It ap pears the entire menagerie was t» route from Montgomery to Mobile, and a broken, rail pre cipitated seven cars down an embankment 40 feet from summit to base. Most of the cages were more or Icbb damaged by the accident, and those containing the Himalaya bear, the Bengal; tiger, the Thibet bear, and Draiilian tiger, were so much shattered as to liberate tbp occupants, and permit tkom to escape to the adjoining forest, whence they were speedily attacted by the carcase of a deer that had b...

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The New Gold Field at Milkivan. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

¥ke Neir .SoM WeH «l i Naihrille, May fi.-Yeaterday « *oene mi I presented On Ihll gold-field which had never !?- >gfor* Wen known la Qncai«l»nd. From da r } , . break, aye «v«n before the moon left ui in i datknaai to »w*St the advent of another tun. ! the nda stretff offlympio wltnewed a r\iah ' similar to Da* wbieh no doubt some of the f : reider* remember occtirred in Os older oolo ' tie* of H*w Sesth and VletBm. Ihe fast of ft Dew gold-fleld harlngheen db 1 corered *m commnnicated with telegrapHo L, tapldttj through the Ijgttb and br**4th *f r the dlitrlct jMdwlttciiaawaltJnji any ralli j bl*Kpart, hiuidred*ct men left for the ne»' ! JBI nutter tor aarprlss ; u tot imm «*^(*lVthere have been roll i.' dent h«re digger* who, possessed of energy i :' Md MKtoa«4D «rplK< W» been tiring on bare ' auateoanoe, and who were ready at a moment's I warntog tp *ti«h *o Mme *pot where they ; aould obtain the m*an* of catalog more than i .;? that. Jfor*w &wjto|>e l)l»...

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Correspondence. EARLY CLOSING. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Corrcsponbcncf. GJLRLT CLOSING. (To the Editor of the Examiner nni Timet.) SIB,-As ana of the public who believes that early closing in id barmooy with (be public good, and who cannot thake off the responsibility in the declaration-"Be that knowetb to do good and doetli it not, to. him it is sin," I would like .to employ a few leisure moments in vindication of the claims of early closing. This problem of social science is closely allied to commercial in terests, end whenever apparent opposing interests are interwoven and interfered with, too mucti cue cannot be taken to prevent misunderstanding. It is to be hoped that the advocacy of ibis good cause by the pen, the tongue, and the press, will be sucb as to add to its friends by painstaking persuasion, and not lessen them by a one-sided and selfish prejudice. As a general rale before a reformer can fairly begin Ms work he finds it surrounded with loads of rubbish that requires clearing away. In the present letter I shall assume the r...

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Description of Life in Burketown. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Descrlptfoi* of Lire in Burke town. The following extincis from a letter recently received by Mr. Thatcher, from his brother in Carpentaria, show that place iu anything but * favorable light " 13urketown, B-ixing Day, 16C7. We are in the midst of Christinas festivities and they u« worthy of Burketnwn-drinking *nd lighting are the order of the day. The races came off to-day, and the district was well represented; men.came ham the Leicli hatdt,' Flinders, Table Lat:ds, Kormau, and »omo hundreds of miles around. Tarty feeling ran high, and all hands were divided into two mobs-the Leichb&rdt and the Albert. The former wora red rosettes, and it was plain to all that a 'mus' would come of it. The great .Tent was a match between the Leichhardt hone Chance and a new clium moke belonging to Head's manager. The Leichhardt horse was beaten, and the Albert uiob begAn, crowing. so ? all hands liavc been at it since. Sank is no exception, and Ellis. Bead has had it out with our skipper, a...

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CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

CROWN KUHW. On Tuesday last the Crown Lands Com missioner for the Darling Donna Diatriot held his first monthly court, in the Land Office in this town. Twenty-fire applica tions for land bad been sent in, and these were dealt with as follows F. J. 0. Wildach, 320 acres, agricultural, claim rejeoted, tbe land being under jur vey, and proclaimed for sale by auction. F. J. G. WildnBh, 860 acres, agricultural, conditionally approved; Bubject to amended boundaries. F. J*' 0. Wildasb, 722 aoret, first-class pas toral. Conditionally approved; subject to amended classification and boundaries. F. J. C. Wildash, 2660 acres, first«laBa paB toral. Conditionally approved; subject to amended classification and boundaries. F. J. C. Wildasb, 2660 acres, first-clais pas toral. Conditionally approved; subject to amended classification and boundaries. F. J. C. Wildash, 600 acres, first-class pas toral. Conditionally Bpproved; eubjeot to amended classification and boundaries. J. Puller., 880 acres, fir...

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FRIDAY, MAY 15. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

FRIDAY, MAT IS. fBefore the Police ' Magistrate."] Armitstead v, Henry.-Prisoner was charged with illegally working a bullock belonging to the prosecutor. Mr. Fuller appeared for the prosecutor and Mr. Adden brooke for the prisoner. From the evidence of the proBeoulor it appeared that he bought a team of bullocks and dray at a public sale on the 20th July last, and rectireil delivery of them the same day; among them was a white bplloak branded H over K with like L under, near shoclder; hlB ser vant had worked the bullock, which was afterwards lost; he had aeen the bullock in < the possession of the prisoner and demanded it, but was refused. Prosecutor's evidence was corroborated by Patrick Byan, a bul lock-driver in his service, who had worked with the bullock, and by R. J. Mackenzie, auctiouoer, who had sold it. The prisoner claimed the bullock as one which bad been , illegally sold under a bill of sale given by his brother to a Mr. Beattla, while it was held under anoth...

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TUESDAY, MAY 12. [Before the Police Magistrate and C. B. Daveney, Esq.. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

TUBBDAT, MAT 12. [Before the Police Magistrate and 0. B. Daveney, Esq.. J.P.I Keogh v. Ritchie. - This action tu brought to recover the com of £35 9s. 6d, wages due. Mr. Fuller appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Oxenham for the defendant. Defendant admitted the claim, and asked for tiro week's to pay the debt. The plaintiff by his attorney agreed to ac cept these terms on condition of the usnal remedies tinder the Master and Servants' Act in default of payment. After some dis cussion it was agreed that the case should be adionrned until Tuesday, the 26th ioEt., ID order to allow defendant au opportunity of paying the amount claimed. Wienholt v. Cranio.-Complainant sued defendant for unlawfully absenting himself from his hired service. Mr. Oxenham ap peared for the complainant, and Mr. Fuller for the defendant. Arnold Wienholt, of Maryvale, the com plainant, said the defendant engaged with liim on tbe 28rd January last, as shepherd, for twelvemonths; defendant was cent to a slieep s...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

THE HEW STAMP DUTIES. The following duties are payable under (be new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last:- £ s d Drafts and Promibtory Welti. For every £50 and under, aod every fj-flctioiml part of ££0above 0 10 Stilt of Exchange,-(single) ditto ditt? ' 0 10 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or raoreLgaeb, for every £50 0 0 C Becetpts.-ForiBl gams of 20s. and upwards, each .. .. 0 0 1 "/ Orrf«rs.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Sank Xotet.-JPor every £100 of /w anoaual cirealation S 0 0 Veedf of Conveyance cf Proptrlv -. i i' or every £50 and Under «. . 0 7 ft ' Ahave, and not exceeding £100 .! 0 15 0 I abore*^ ractl° Pan £t00 Affreements.-Of the ratue of £5 ® 0 , and upwards .. .. n " - \ Note, Where letter# are produced I ib court to prove agreement, ft I will be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 6g. £'iC'°f ^ding,-or copy tlitreof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof. tro® master, mate or agent .,""*0 0 6 Ltatei, or Agreements for Leases...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

^kerlistmcnts. WANTED By . STEADY MARRIED MAN, a eltna tlon on ft Station to drive an engine. Address J. 8., office of tbii pajwr, A YOUNG MAN of Steady Habits, and having good references, seeks . sltustlon jOd a Station. . Address A. A., office of this paper. . WANTED, COTTON P I C K B R S.-Apply to > ^ JNO. WINSTONE, 878.... Guy-street. WANTED, A RESPECTABLE MAN as Working OVERSEES, on a Station. Apply with references to " W," office of this paper. 679 Blankets for the Blacks. rTOE usual Government donation of BLAN X KSTS for the BLADES will be dis tribnted at the Court Hooseon MONDAY, the 85th instant. D. M. SINCLAIR, P.M. Court House, Warwick, 8th May. IB68. ? 680 TO COTTON GBOWKIIS. rHE undersigned are prepared to PDR OHASE COTTON in any quantities in (lie SEED, delivered at the HERMITAGE FARM, Varwlck Reserve, at Id |»er ponnd cash. «'0 ARMIT8TEAD & PARR. Warwick Bsliding Society. THE NINETEENTH Monthly Meeting or SHAREHOLDERS will be held in the TOWN HALL, on Monda...

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Church of England Synod. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Church of England (From the Courier!) The first Marios commenced on Wednes day. The delegate! attended at Si. John* temporary church lo the morning at eleven o'clock. The Bev. J. Bliss read the morning prayers. The Bev. T&Jones read (he Bret lesion. The Be*. J. Moberley wad lb; second lesson. The Be*. J. Matthew **Jd the Litany, aud the Bishop, aeileted by tbe Ven. the Arebdeaoon, celebrated Holy Com mnnion. All the clerical delfgatts were present, and most of the lay member*. A few itranger* were present, including Mm* ^At'ten minutes put three o'clock in tbe afternoon tbe Synod auembled ber of Commerce. Tom HftlL The Bta&t ReV> Bishop Tnffaell, president; the Veo, Archdeacon Glennie, vice-president. Altar Drawr ha.l been offered by the president, he read the following minute of Conference, by. virtue of which the Synod we* assembled: -"Movedby Mr.Donglaa,seoondedbytbe Be*. E. G. Moberly, and carried,-Th»t the Eight Bey. the Bishop be repeated, to «M vene a Synod...

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Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 11. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868

Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, May 11. Before the Police Magistrate Henry Abbot pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s or in default 24 hours imprisonment. Patrick Keogh was charged by Patrick Ritchie, proprietor of the Warwick Argus, with absenting himself from his hired ser vice. Mr. Oxenliam appeared for the com plainant. Patrick Ritchie deposed: I am the pro prietor of the Warwick Argut; defendant was in my employ as a compositor on that paper; he has been with me eighteen months in that capacity ; during that time there has been a running account as regards wages ; there is a Custom in the trade that a fortnight's notice shall be given by tbe em ployer and also by the servant when leaving; I did not receive such notice on Monday, the 4th instant; I received a letter on Friday last from defendant's attorney, in which he applied for his wages; that was his first application for wages; I was put to considerable inconvenience by defendant's absenting himself;...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

COMMERCIAL. Trade in general shows signs of im {irovemont, and the demand i'or money ias increased in conecqtiencc. Iknk UiEco'ints are at 2 per cent. Consols art quoted at 93 to 93 J The Oriental Bank has declared a dividend of eix per cent. . Australian securities are in favour. Victorian si* per ccnt. are quoted at I 110 to 113. Nmv South AValcs Dc bi'niuri.'s, 96 to 101. Queensland, 183 I ' to 1(14. j ] Tiii* r<H)i|«-ti:iiiis at the Loiidsn AV.kj! Sale? w.is :si'irited lor "'l cii ii:il9, iiint r. rise of'n ' ill-,, .nny per pound iias tr.koii place. j prices f,1 wool, aftr-r n period of j di'j:iii;: ion, show a (iislinet tendency to ; ii revival, tlio absence ol' exeessive 1 Mocks in the hands of manufacturers having exercised a direct efleet upon the market. The trade takes a more hopeful view of prices as regards the future. The sales opened with a full attendance of buyers, and for the first few days there was a brisk competi tion, during which an advance varying ...

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LATEST SPECIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

LATEST SPiCIAL. The latest telegrams from Zanzibar are to the 4th February. Au Arab messenger had arrived with despatches from Dr. Livingstone on that date. Telegraphic communication with India has been interrupted through the breakage of the line, causing a de lay of ninety hours. Advices from Abyssinia are to the effect that the Emperor Theodore is entrenched on Talantea plateau,, and intends giving battle. The 50th Brigade were to advance on Ashahtee on the 11th March. Nearly all the troopB are now on high {and. Letters to hand state that the Em peror iB said' to have thirteen guns in Magdalla, and was amply supplied with provisions. Later advices state that the advanced guard of the English army had arrived at Attala. The roads were extremely bad- . The head quarters were, at Ashangy in the middle of March. All well. Large supplies are collected. The Pope has summoned an assem bly of Cardinals to consider the Aus trian question. A proclamation jssued by Russia blots out Poland a...

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'Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, MAY 19. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

'Warwick Police Court, - TUESDAY, MAT 19. fBefore the Police Macrt6tratc.1 Blshird Brien, ehirgod with'being drunk .Hi «Hiord#rly. wm fined 10«. or fa dofault £4 itoun'Imprisonment.

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