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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

Commercial, Brissakb -Tbo port ivoofc his been a quiet fine iu business matters. Flour in hardly an (inn, and i'26 in i.ow quMcd ns tlic price of bent Adelaide brand*. Huyors are still very Cautious, and Generally Hie feeling seems to lie « desire to l"iU l>ack until advices from (Jail- i fornls, ri/i Panama, »ro to liand. In the im port market* (hero is no change. Brandies are firmer in conseqiienoo of an upward (en dency in tlio Southern markets. finui is ex ceedingly ccsrce.atift prices arealmost nominal. A almllw scarcity atan prevails in Sydney and Melbourne. Tea* alio shew nn advancing tendency, andhojdors an) nuking prices equi valent to a rise of tVnm Id to 2d pur lb. on 1 iterates. In sugar* there has Icon no change, though many aorta are scarce. In the produce . markets the changes have net been m&rkod, and generally ptices rnle about the same as list week. Maice continues fittn at tats quo* tatlons. The farmers are asking from 2s JOd to 6d 3d )ier bushel. but s...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

IMPORTANT NOTICE. T/ie Proprietors of this Journal leg to announce to then friends and the public generally, that they have just added to their stock a new PRINTING PRESS, and a large assortment of JOBBING TYPES, which will enable them to execute work in a style nevej before attempted in Warwick. They would also tender their iltanlcs to the Tradesmen and the public generally for the support hitherto accorded to them, and would particularly impress the fact that they are now prepared to execute all descriptions of printing in a belter style than previously, and that all favors entrusted to them will receive every care and attention. Jt. A. COWTOK, 8AJIL. IRWfN.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Death From Thirst. WANT OF SIGN-POSTS IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

Heath From Tlilrst WANT or SlflS-POBTS Is THB BUSH. The following admirable sng?flRtiong from the Dolby Herald aic worthy of tho widest publicity: -"Auinnfjrst tho many fatnliiii-* of bu»h life, there is none which. whun fully realised. is calculated to andden the tinman heart more than that of death from thlrat. Those ot us-and thy arc tint fnw whn tjtv© felt thlr»t till its effects hordi-ved un madness tod despair, ran remvubcr lite iim» ?pHaliable agony which this awful privation Inflict*; and wlnin it ia the companion and the OXecatiouc nf the lost wanderer, how Awfully tad lift doom no tongneenn tell. The colonial newapspeis teem with accounts of men lost, butwbi can read unmoved the «f>iy told hy thla Journal'* correspondent at St. George, and recently pnhliabed? lie <1 -sctihes the iindiii*? of the bodies of two uof irfuMflte tnen between the Manmnft and Witllum Creek; 'lie t«o »h»Lrs Sacrificed, fb.ir |»|o<*d M.itining (he lin biJly; and the incision...

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

Warwick Municipal Council. The fortnightly meeting of the .nttgell was held on Thuraday last. Preaent-iHla, Worshipthe Mayor, Aid*. Balls, XreDden, Crombie, and Craig ? . The mioutes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed. Iufbotcuemt Comunn. Report No. 115 of this committee -stated that the aide walk lo Paltterin-etriet tajl been inepeoted, end the oomrcltbw feeiAn. mend that two mora loadi of gravel W Ifid on the footpath at the sooth cotner it>T Ditll." Harris & Go's, store, and that the portion of the aide walk in front of the Bopejion be raUed two inches on the inner aide and sloped outwards; also that the fbntptali in 'front of the Warwfok EmpJHoffi'belevellsd and gravelled tbeiamou the ether portion! of the street. Report No. 116 had referenoe to the improvement* la tirafXop-itKet. Them were finished in * satiefaAtonr manner, and the committee reccomniend that Jm. JXiraa the contraotor be paid. Report 117^waj^hj and Albion-streets. U was reooomtnended that...

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EXECUTION OF GRIFFIN. CONFESSION OF THE MURDERED. (From the Courier.) ROCKHAMPTON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

EXECUilON OF GEIFFIN CONFESSION OF THE MURDERED. [From the Courier.) RuCKHAMrToN. June 1. Griffin WAS hung this morning at eight j o'clock. The Rev. Mr. tjniHb, a Presby terian minister, spent the nislit with him, ami attended him to the scaffold. Griffin maintained his c>ldDees of demeanor, and shower! no trepidation, to the lost. He ate n goud I>rrakfn6t, and was careful in the arrangement of his toilet, observing to the attendant, witli a smile, that " it was for the last time." He ascended the steps of the scaffold rapidly, and expressed a desire of making some present to the hangman. On being appealed to fur the last time, he denied his guilt. He repeated the Lord's Prayer after the clergyman (Mr. Smith) in a firm and clear voice, and then shook hands with those who were standing near him. After the white cap had been drawn over his face he said, earnestly, " Lord have mercy on me." IIo, assisted the hangman in adjust ing the rope under his beard: and when the drop fell, ...

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DISCOVERY OF GOLD NEAR WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

MSCOVGK? 0L«' COLD NGAU WARWICK. - - , Great excitement has been caused in town during the last two dayB by a report tliat a gold-field had been found near Warwick. The news was brought in by a man named Williams on Thursday afternoon, who pro ceeded to the Police Court to obtain a< protection right, and also to have a prospector's claim pegged out. He had with him a beautiful sample of gold, about 5 ozs. 2 dwts., which he said he had got from about three loads of dirt. C. F. Cumming, Esq., C.P.S., j in the absence of D. M. Sinclair, Esq., the Gold Commissioner, after question ing the man closely, immediately went to the New South \Vales Bank, when the gold was tested, and found to be of an exceedingly pure quality, and worth £3 15s per ounce. Mr. Cumming then telegraphed to the Minister for Lands, and received a reply appointing him Acting Gold Commissioner, ivith leave to grant miners' rights and mark claims. The news rapidly spread, and on the following morning (yester...

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Meeting of Presbytery at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

Heettnf «f PrabytciT at Warwick. The Presbytery 'of Toowoomba met. at Warwick on Wednesday last for ordinary bimneae. There «u bat e email attend* ance of members. After the Court tret constituted by the Bev. Colin M'Culloch, the Moderator, and t he preliminary bneineBt of the meeting cone through, the Court called for reports from the several congregations within its bounds, on the state of religion end finance in each of their various districts. A verbal report of a very satisfactory kiud was given in by the Rev. Thomas Kingsford, of Attora, on the state of religion and its progress id Allora and Spring Creek, which m grate fully received. His financial report was not so satisfactory. A similar report In writing was given in by the Bev, Dr. Nelson, of Toowoomba, which also spoke cheerlngly on the state of religion within hiebonnds, and bore a more favorable aspect as to finan cial matters. The Warwick congregation being ignorant of the Presbytery'« order to have such reports laid ...

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 2. [BEFORE G. Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, JUNG 2. [BEFORE Gr. Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.L Many of llio cases set down for bearing to-day were settled out of Court. Chandler and Brosnan v. Hoffman.-£2 1E meat supplied. Mr. Oxenham for the plain (iff#. Defendant did nut appear. Judgment for plaintiffs with costs. Same v. Clements.-£5 Os 9d meat sup plied. Mr. Oicnham for the plaintiffs. Defendant admitted the debt but stated that he was unable to pay from having been for some time out of employment. Judgment for plaintiffs with costs, one-half to be paid in a fortnight and the balance in a month. Same v. Naliood.-£1 4s 3}d meat sup plied. Mr. Oxeuham for the plaintiffs. Defendant did not appear. Judgment for plaintiffs with costs, Snmc v. Washburn.-£2 16s 3d meat sup plied. Mr. Oxenham fur tlitt plaintiffs. De fendant did not appear. Judgment for plaintiffs with costs. 8amo v. Tyrrell.-£3 17s 3d meat sup plied. Mr. Oxenham for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Fuller for defendant...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. (From the Brisbane papers.) Sydney, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

ARIilYAL OF Till', PANAMA MAIL. (From (he Dritlane papers.) Sydney, June 1. * The P.M.S. Ruahine arrived at Sydney at 10 p.m. to-day. She left Panama on the 25th of April. The latest' news from London is to the 9th of April. The Government have been defeated on Gladstone's resolutions, with refer ence to the Irish State Church, by a majority ol sixty in a liouse of six hundred. Lord Cranbourne has been offered the Governorship of Canada. Lord Mayo has been offered the Governorship of Ipdia. The Government are expected to resign if they find themselves iu a minority after the Easter recess* The Oxford crew won the University boat race. The Prince and Princess of Wales were among the crowds who wfere present to witness the race. Dr. Livingston, writing from Zanzi bar, soys his health is good, and he hopes to visit England shortly. A Fenian disturbance lias taken placc in the South of Ireland. The trial of President Johnson is still being proceeded with. It is confidently expected that...

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MELROURNE. June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

MELROURNE. .Tunc 1. MV» VortJon, having been app aai'nt iu London i.»r tho c»1«»wv 4>i" Victori», has rrMi;M'<] his soul in tlx; I^'iMsintlvo A.^fjni itly; uihI Mr, Whitrutan in a candidate lor the vucant sent (Kmerald Hill). Nnrwtni!, tlie actor, has burn violently ns.^mitud with si lolled " m*ddy." Five hundred tons of fl'<nrHII«1 twenty-five thousand bushels of \vhi\it have been 6».dd .luring the pnst fuw d'»y*. Holders uf Hour nslc £21 a ton. June 2. Tii© debate on the address has been re sumed. A slight amount of speculation is going on in brcattatuffc,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

ARRIVAL OF OUR MONSTER STOCK or & I'KIAI, NOTICE. JACOB HORWITZ & CO. HAVE much pleasure in announcing that they have received their First Shipments of Winter Stock Comprised as per Manifest in j Being the Largest, Cheapest, most varied, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK Ever introduced into this neighbourhood, and selected by oar Mr. JACOB IIOEWITZ from the best Sydney and Melbourne Houses. %\)t grajjerg gfpinmtt Winceys, Plain and Striped French Merinos, all Colors Coburgs and Alpacas French Twills DeiaineB and Mohairs Woollen Plaids Poplins and Lustres Poplineites CONSISTS OF Prints and Calicoes Flannels, White and Colored Sheetings and Counterpanes Damask Table Cloths Brown Hollands Irish Linens Shawls end Handkerchiefs Ribbons and Velvets THE READI MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF Men's Black Cloth Coats, Trousers, and Vesta West of England Tweed and Doeskin Coats SacqueB, Trousers, and Suits Pilot, Cloth, and Beaver Overcoats Crimean and Scotch Twill Shirts Moleskin ...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the (tast week, tnken at the Telegraph Office in this (own, at [> o'clock A.M., daily : Babiijilti:!!. TiinitsiowpTrn Saturday 2S724 ..... C20 .. BOO MomUy .. 2<U:'U .... Clio .. 4-J 0 .. ase77 .... no .. 4fiV Wednesday .. »w;i5 .... ^ 0 .. 4s <> ri.ur.wlay .. 28S83 .... f,2.B .. COO n ? r II 2s,''',0 M'° .. -ISO ACaitjfaJ) since last i««ue 0730. We observe that our local contem porary (he " Warwick Argus" has changed hands, Mr. Jss. Morgan, a Senlleman well-known and long resi dent in this district, being the new pro prietor. We wish him every success in his new undertaking. Parliament lias again been pro rogued till the 4th day of August next. b We take the following from our con temporary, being the copy of a letter from the Secretary of Public Lands to the member for Eastern Downs, re- ' specting the commonage for War wick : Department of Public Lands, Bri...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

J$rsccitatm Thk TRUE PmNCU'Lt; np I'dication.-It must be at once manifest that tho Boviwi^n principle of Education ou^ht not be founded j on consideration* of man? present utility; ns- I etircdly'it should krep them in view and snti-fy them, but it mu*t not be limited by Ilium.. N« education will c.v^r lose fcisbtof the future; naj', on Its real and practical relations i with tlic lutKi-e the gr.ifttcr part of it* import-1 a-ioe dcp.ndft. There arc, indeed, both i^tcVtrs and parents who to HI their pupil* children otiiy, and not future men i mid who j restrict their Kolicitude to the demand* of the I moment, without anxiety regarding I be future j notwithstanding it is HO near. Maxims alto gether frtles api iug out of this incomplete con eeptiou of the function'of education ? for ex* ample that wo mu«t not dietnrb the bappi. ; ueflu of childhood or give it uneasiness, and thai Instruction should be convened into a game. Now lite, child should indeed be always treated as a child, but...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

AMERICA. The Australian claimant of the Tichbourne baronetcy is in bad odour at Panama, having borrowed money to pay the hotel tills, and never repaid it. Hie Impeachment in President Johnson's case, commenced taking evi dence on the first of April. A conviction is generally considered probable. The trial of Jefferson Davis is to take place on the 2nd of May. Ball, the United States Consul, at Sydney, has beeu accused of issuing a fraudulent certificate under liis consular seal guaranteeing employment for twelve months on the works of the Pacific Railway Company. At Valparaiso'" several vessels have been laid on to load wheat lor Eng land ; none for Australia. At San Francisco the Silas Fish has arrived from Sydney. There are no vessels loading there for Australia. 'i'lie "New York Herald" publishes a report with regard to the wheat crop, slating that there are sufficient indica tions to warrant the belief that there will be an abundant yield this year, and that it will exceed that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

THE feamter an& Cunts IS PUBLISHED 15 WARWICK Svery MATITRDA) NttR^IKK, 4a time for Uie 0ii£«ing Molt*. The amount of Subscription ia FIV IS <HILLIKG6 par quarter, in all cases in Ura»oe. Single coptee, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING i l. d. Two lines 1 0 Four do 2 0 Six do 8 6 Eight da. 3 0 ?rery additional *1* Uses or under Is. Duooot OD If oonaecutlve insertions 20 per cent. 16 « " S3 " All AdTertiaetoenta rnnst apcelv/«n their face the number of tlmea tlx'v An-1<< Ik in serted; if cent In witboot thin n|>enfienti(in. nob advertisement* will lie inserted 'until .ountennalxled, and charged far msrardinjilv. All Advertisements moat be eent in not later than I p.m. on Fridays. Order* for withdrawal or alteration must lie Von-fubacriben' advertisements muit be ?aid for prerioas to tniertlon. IdarHagea, Births, and Death b, Sa. per ? Isaertloa. AGT5HT IK 8TOHEY Meaar*. Gordon and Ootcli, George-atrect AGENTS IN BRISBANE Mr. G.D....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1868

DEATH.   Yesterday evening, (the 5th inst.,) at his residence, Victoria-street, Warwick, Mr. John Bowen, aged 60 years. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon at half- past two o'clock.

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History of a Clock. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

History of a Clock. A foreign journal gives the following history of an extraordinary clock. In 1700 the widow of a poor Protestant clergyman, named Ilerold lived it) tbe aumll town of Libaii, in Uourland She \va* exceedingly chaiitable. One winter's night an officcr passed through Libau on liU way to the army. Ho asked at the inn fur some warm beverage, lint could obtain none ; lie applied in VAin at several private houses ; it was not until he knocked at the clergyman's widow's door thai lie at 1aBt obtained a dish of hot tea. It greatly comforted the weary soldier. Just before he set out on his journey, he offered her money for her pains* which she declined. He remembered he had a lottery ticket in bis pocket; the price was a clock reckoned to be worth £12,800. Ho made the widow accept il^is ticket as asouveoerof him. The tickct remained forgotten io a dnwerj her children had so often played with it as a "picture" that it was well nigh In pieces. The number which drew the capital...

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A. Romantic Story. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

A. Romantic (Story. . Never did the doetrino of chance receive aucb full confirmation aa in the example of its influence we h»va to. reeord this nock, writes .llo Paris correspondent of the Drurt Journal who proceeds to tell tbe following story pre facing it by saying that is so strange that it reads almost like an Eastern apologue,""being just as complete in. all component parts, and beaiiag with it as high-toned and fine a moral In a little haberdasher's (hop, not far from the Hne St. Honore, in Psris, might be seen & youug lady sitting, we»iy and dlspiiitodt behind the counter, awaiting to attend upon English customers, wbo, unable to speak French, required assistance of a native of their own oountry to explain their needs. The young lady, of frail and delicate appearancc fair, although faded in countenanoe-was cm ployed in translating the demands of the cus tomer, and in carrying out the parcels. She was gradually dying with the anxiety inci dental to the situation, whic...

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Emigration Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

?{migration Prospects. With our mechanical, chemical, and agricul tural science, we cau make mare ol this " neat tittle {arm, the earth," than was practicable fnr any former generation. We have aurveyed the patrimonial acres, and know what they will bear. From Erehua to llecla nothing has escaped m Aided by our Cuviers, our Hum boldts, our Lyells, we can fix with gomolhing like precision (he oumb.cr ol men that can be maintained upon the planet. A reasonable computation Is that, it the liahilaMe earth were utilised to the extent to which modern science renders it ulilieable, it could enpport twelvu times its present number of human tenants. The army of mankind it but begun for example, to take possession of its domain in the western beimgpliero, north and wrath. Millions on millions of wheat-bearing, beef, bearing, wool-bearing acres in North and South America hare to be rescued from the bison and the jaguar, (he ape, the puinn, and the snake. Essaped from the camp of the human Lost...

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Our Own Reporter. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Our Own Reporter. Very tew persoos have an idea of the Im portant port played by the reporter in modern life, lie is, ft a rule, 10 unobstrnsive, that he Seldom conies under tlie eye of the publio i and durtog * teoenl session, when there was a slight scandal caused through tho outspoken ness of one kutght of Ibe pencil, who had given bis opinion respecting a noble marquis in langnag® more emphatic than complimen tary, * good many people were reminded almostfor the first time (n their lives, of the existence of Ibis large and useful body of men. ^et the reporter is ubiquitous. Ills mission is simply to be eyes and ears for ibo world at large. - Wherever he goes be carries his note book with Mm; whatever be does.be keeps his business In mind; and be never forgets that be is tbe servant of tbe public-and a very useful and Important servant too. I wish I could give my reader n clear idea of tbe actual importance of tbe place held by the reporter in society. Perhaps the best way Of arri...

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