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Poetry. Dead in the Street. A CITY INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Dead in the Street. i CITY 1NCIEEKT. ynder the lamplights, dead in the street, Delioate, fair, and only twenty. There she lUt, Faoe to the skies. Starred to deatli in a city of plenty. 8pprned.br all that is pure and sweet, Paes'd by busy and careless feot Hundreds bent upon folly and pleasure. Hundreds with plenty, and time, and leisure : Leisure to speed Christ'* mission belew. To te*oh the erring and raiee the lowly Flentj, in charity's name, to show That life has something Divine and "holy. Boasted charms-classical brow, Delieate features-look at them now. JjtjBk at ber lips; once they could smile; Byes-well, never more they shall beguile; Never more, never more wore words of liars A bluqli shall bring to the snintlleatface. She lias found, let us hope and trust, Peace la a higher and better place; And yet, despite ef all (11,1 ween, .Fojr of some heart she must have been. Some foqd mother, proud of the task. Hai stoop'd to finger each dainty carl: Some vain father has bow'd to ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, June 13, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

fenmtcr aitir ©ntcs. SATURDAY, June 13, L868. Wb have always had an ictea that the Act pf 1868, if properly worked and carried out, would have a very .beneficial effect on the colony at large, ' and would materially assist in obtain ing for ub an increased population, occupied in (arming and pastoral pur suits. To this hope we still cling But certainly, if such misunderstand ing clists that even the highest official in the Land Officc does not know the real meaning of its clauses, and by continual and contradictory notifications so places the Act in such a state of " fog" that no certainly can be relied on by any applicant, the Act is in itself worthless. Of the thirty-three applications of Wednesday last, only five were approved, and the Commis sioner stated that no applications would be entertained except thoBe for agricul tural land. If these instructions are from the Minister for Lands, they only add to the list of mistakes which have already marked the working of this Bill. If ...

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EARLY CLOSING. No. IV. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

KAKKY CLOSIitn. No. IV. (lb the Editor of ihe Eximitur and Timis) \ SIB.-Having unnsidmd the Kubjcctof earl}' Closing from a two-fold poii.t r.f viuw-the crils of late closing and tb« advantages of early closing-T will now respectfully diicct tbeof(oi)tio ) oi those <>f your numerals ie>id> i-fi who ile»iie the ameliointiou of thuii fel!uw crc&tuHS to the causes of late clo^in?*, and the tneauft by which it is to be cured, and leave <he matter in the hand* of the public. tnifling they will give it due consideration. It is n trite olnervntion that " a knowledge of a disease is half the curc." Th«s immediate cnu*e of iate closing is the fhops being kept open, w hich teicpt the people passing by to etep in and make purchases at a late hour to save time tb© following day. The shopkei-pnr ie thereby encourgcd to continue late hours because tlio people take advantage of it. Here is the supply creating the demand and the demand keeping up the supply. ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) IPSWICH. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC $13,WS,- | (from (he Britlatit papers.) IPSWICH. June 8. The Metropolitan District Court eat liorc in its criminal jurisdiction, to-day. Jolm Wttllin, alias " Liverpool J'ooU," tried (or an attempt to iomffltt a rape, was found not guilty. i The settling on the late meet or the North Australian Jockey Club came off to-day, i Mesen, Ituddlo and ,Planner; were the largent winner*. Tlicfe Is a dispute about the eeeond prise io the Hurdle Ease, run on the second day, tlio handing over of the prize to Mr. £. White, the owner of DuBtmau, having been | roles ted against. Taylor, the man who was brutally assaulted at Little Ipswich on Friday even ning, died to-day from tho effects of tho woundp bo received,

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CLERMONT. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

CLEllMONT. Jtidc 8. I The nomination lookplaoiStaflay. There was ii crowded meeting,.and ana llie excite-1 mant was Intense. ,l As Dr. Benson was in the act of propos-1 ing Mr. Dick, a telegram wat.put into his band announcing t!ie withdrawal of that j candidate in favor of Mr. g«utt. . . t, Wcesrs. AtUiu and Soott were tben nomi nated, and n 6lio\v if hands was taken, which was decided to be in faror of (lie former. A poll was demanded on behalf of Scott. , I

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Colonia Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Colonial |itius. >KF.W Ihddstmes AT Melbohuke.-May, 1868, the first of our winter months. has wit nessed the flowering of several now industries in Hclbomuu. A start Las been made of Mr. Ramiidcn's paper mill, on the banks of tlie Yana, w ith thoroughly satisfactory riiiulU; and when in full operation it is expected to turn out about ciffht tons per week. Almost aimuUaneouslv with thifl^fthe Violet Ink Mills founded by Mr. F- Wimble, in Little Collins street, commenced work, and an issue of the Evening Star lias been printed on colonial paper with colonial ink. A distillery, esta blished by Mr. II. 3. Browne, and fitted up with machinery and utensils of colonial work manship, haB just been completed on the south (milk of the Yatru; making tlie fifth which has been erected in as many years. In the sum« neighborhood is a varnish factory, in wbicli the principal partner, Mr Sortbwick, intends to commence the manufacture of oil colors. X Most of our (Queensland Timce) readers will re...

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TAROOM. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

TAROOM. June 8. ,.J Tho nominations Tor the sent, vacant ID j llie electorate of Leicliliarjt. took place to day. MdEBrs. Uoydo and HodgsoU" were duly proposed and seconded; and a,rijoir of hands : having been called fir ii was declared by the lleturuing-Ofiicer to be in favor of Mr. Hodg son . Mr. Royds demanded a poll.

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The Law of Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Tbc liiir of Libel. It is very evident th»l tome change is ue ?cutorf ill <be law hf l«'t>ol as it effects news papers inithe Australian colonies. Wo do * unt claim fortlie press tberlgbt to attack or «tbh comment open the private character: of any individual,.unless by,his public actions be gives evidence Of gross immorality, and lie jiiittsrif becomesan offence la tlio community. As,iotverer, tlio Uw et present .stands, it «t times becomes dangerous to report even on ^hlte bodies. Our last Now Zealand Sles rootaln tiie report of a use in wliioh the pro »rletor»of tlio Otago Daily Timet were cut ip CljOdainaKvs for publishing a report re ? §tMig on die ability of a sdioo!>miister which was read at the meeting of a board (of fflveatiaii Tiie report waest any rato a sctnl-officiil one. It was scarcely pretended: aavo lu a legal tense, that ? there was any ms3lco in Its publication; It was given in the ordinary way by the gentleman who reported tlio meeting, it was a ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

ROCKIIAMPTON. f ( Juuo 8. It iB supposed til at Griffin's body was ex humed yesterday morning... Human hair and a bottlo of Carbonic acid were found near the grave; the mark whore a colliu had beon rested on Ihe land Wat also discovered Dear tbe grave. ' U appears that last week, after the burial of the corpse of Griffin, the sexton buried tlio tody of a man who bad died on board the Tinvnee in the same grove, siino inches above Griffin's coffin. The seston 'alleges, at bis reason for doing -co, that tbo second corpse waB brought to him late at ni^lit, and that he had suspicions that an attempt would be made to reoioro Griffiu's remains. On counting tbe notes stolen by G rlflin, an d recovered in the valise, it was found that they numbered six ra<>re than Grifliu is re presented to have s'ated to be there-namely £3730. At tbe Criminal Sittings of the District Court, Gecr-o Smith, accused of larceny, was discharged. In tee case of Henry Simp son, charged with furgecy, a...

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The Yabber Diggings. THE COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

The lubber MgKtags. TflB CoMMISSIDNBU'fi PBPOBT. Tbe following report liy the Commissioner has been published : Nashville, Ma; S3, 1606. Sib,-I liars (lie honor to Inform you that on the rooming of Wednesday last, 20th in Btant, I left this place to inspuct a Dew gold field, which was rciKirted to have been found by a man named Thomas Garrie. t havo now just returned from my inspection of the new field, on which I have to report as follows : 1st Ti.o uew gold Sold is situated on a creek, kuotrn as Jiinua Creek, ahead of l'abber Greek. I'll<3 present workings, mo situated on the head of the crook, about three miles from the watershed dividing the waters of thu Urisbane from the Mary. It iB in the heart of a dense buiiva scrub. and is fiitccn miles dis tant from Yabber Station, and twenty-three from Kilcoy, 011 the Urisbane, 2nd. About five mileB of tlie crcek has been tested by file prospectors, and found to con tain payable gold, the prospects averaging half a dwt. to thi...

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CALENDAR FOR JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

CALENDAR POIt JUNEf ' F.I i Mo li Ult . 7 Ji.in I -I'll QiifUti 2.'. I N. « a.m. 1-1 ' ,*u,ii Iit ii A-i !>.»'. I ; * 1 1 M. Wtrrn An«tr»ti« rontiil.:.!, 1F2#» 2 I'r l-t Mail via I'uuama left Kup . A& Ji VV. A '.'luuy o( Qn«)»ii. pro. iu 4 Til. rirfct met in Varliament 1204 5|F. <li»ve Tia-lii ISOf. |7, Hydnfv CinuiUcr of Coiii. Out. l.c2C i'Gtui 'TotMi'if Fukdav H IL J'ifOHMfWN pl.-u'cdou Xoift/Mi IM. JS.Jfi If Tu. ,Sheep first boiled down in Auk.. !S."i.'} 1<) \V. *? IU du. at the Turun, l>'fl 11 Tn. AtlggetvaJ £aJ^if«id,«tiJ;i!lar;4nSii8 12 p. -ftor Fitzr >?,arr. in Australia, 1851 1.3 S. 'li.tJrttot flrwle in tire liuitlvr, 18G4 . Finer (SUNDAY after TRINITY I5|tf. J.*t General EU'Ctioii 14J X.S.W,, iblo 16,1'u gv<Vo'miu Prtia^c opened. 1&54 , 17 W, "-*!*. W. OoMicfl died, aped 73. JS35 ' r!« Tir. lOattte «r IV«tci!df», 18!* : I9|K; 'Muffoa ('liar(airf&iJ<<ri, 1214 20,S. Accor-sioti of Q.icen...

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

Commercial, UlUsbANE.-Busineu during tlie past week I1H8 been quiet, principally owing' to ' lie falling off m the iliggi|ig trade with Mary ' IfmouRli. ' Th"i« lias decreased to sucli nil ex tent that tlw A S.N. Company have withdrawn their direct sto&mer to Maryborough. Tlie quotations n>n» given fur best Adelaide flour iat^:i£^T to£27 10ft pur ton, but we liavc not Inlaid of iiales at those figures s indeed the ilemnnd for fl >ur ia vcrv qniot, and rogulaled by the immediate masts of purchaser. Bran i« firm, nud holders will bat cell under £8 lOi per 'ton. - Mfclfco is very fi&avoo ani firm, the . farmer* holding back. ? Last week & further, .dvanpe of 8d per bbshel has takon [ilacc; St Si ig tbe present quotation. We hoar, how ever, that ii purcliue of 1000 btiahell was mnde on the. Logan at 2s 8d. the buyer to take de livery on the farm. It ia stated that tlic pro gent price of maize on the Clarenco liiver ia It 44 per bushel. Potatoes are a comple...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

IMPORT A NT NOTICE. The Proprietors of this Journal beg to announce io ihcit friends ?nnd the public generally, thai they have fust added to their stoelc a new PRINTING PRESS, and a large assortment of JOBBING TVPiiS, which will enable than to esecutc work in a style never before atiempM in Warwick. They would also tender their thanks 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 favdrs entrusted to them will receive every care caul attention. ft. A. COWTON, SAM J-.. 111WIN.

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Execution of Griffin. (From the Rockahmpton Bulletin, June 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Execution of Grlffla. [from tht Boclchamyton Bulletin, June 2.) Yesterday morning, Thomas John Griffin, the muiderer of troopers Power end Cahill, at the Mackenzie Kiver. underwent the last penalty of the law in the Rockhampton gaol. lie died as most of those who knew his vain character thought ha would die, denying liis guilt, but showing firmness to the last. Shortly before eight o'clock, the hangman entered the condemned cell, and pinioned the prisoner, ivho asked if the rope would be rertioved when be was dead ? 1 '.P was assured that it would. His leg irons where telien off at a quarter to seven o'clock when be washed and dressed himself-black cloth trousers, vest, and dress-coat. At eight o'clock, the prucession moved from the cell, the hangman going first, ooxt .Griffin and on his left Imnd the tier. Mr. Smith, reciting portions of (be Scripture suitable to (Uo occassiuti-behind, the Sheriff and some of tlie gaol officials. A«u Griffio stepped out from the passage to the patc...

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Ministerial Crisis. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Ullmitrterlal Crisis, (From tht Guardian.) Tl»o following conespoiidcncc wo uoJiovc to be more genuine that) that which appeared in our contemporary of Monday* It explains tUe origin,olthat effort to bo funny at the M Snif ters' expeneo, mid betrays the extont to whtcb hungry men will go in older to eatiKly th^ir necessitous ciHvings for. national support: " Buuili BrUbanc, Sunday morning. vMv Dcnr D-gl -s,-I was just off to chapi! when.my. devil (printer) brought trie c note from the 8ub-15d., st-iting that there is the dicUmis to pay amongst tUa Ministers, and if riijbt stopn arc at onc<; tfilcfcn, thoy must re sign. Don't no <o chinch. Meet ine At the shon. Where's Mac? Yours paternally* . " T. ft, St-mi-us/1 .. Wiekham Terrace. *'11 a.tti,. Sunday. "My D- iir Treasurer,-Massenger oame io the oicL of tiuiu, or 1 bhould Lave started fur cLurcli. '. Will be with you iiutanter. Dreamt all uiglit that something must turn up. " Let us put 'Mac* back lu'o the Land...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. (From the D. D. Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

OF THE ' ENGLISH MAIL, ."1 VIA SUEZ. {From the D. V- Gazette*) NEWS OF GREAT imtortanck-thk A0¥,SSIS1AN WAIt liNDKI) -KING TUfiQDOBUS SHOOTS HIMSELF Tuiusrru of iiitmsii ajims KFFEOT OF THE NKW8 IN KNULANft OF THE ATTEMt'TJCI) ASSASSINA TION OF rrilNCIC AL1-UKI)-GLAl) (STONE'S RESOLUTION PASSED. The steamer Avoca arrived at King George's Sound or, the 3rd inst., and at Gitnelg'on the 7th. She left Ualle on the 19th ult. The Virago, with tioojts onboard, was at the Sound for coal* on the 13th having encountered heavy gales. 5he.. Cajjlain Cook, Iron) Carpen taria. . feftty-one days out, put in for EUppllCE. Mr. Dalrympk' Ilay has returned from Ireland, where he was enthusias tically received. The war in Abyssinia is over. A decisive ; battle was loug|it during ft thunderstorm at Dura on Easter Mon day, when the Abyssinians were to (8% sdifeatpd. Theodoras then sent a flag of truce offering, to, release the captives, but Napier demanded that they 6hould be unconditionally released. * ...

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Crwon Lands Office, Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

t'ruwn Lands OlUce,. Wiurnlck j The Commissioner fur tl>e Darling Oawns held liis second court on Wednesday last, at ilio Laud Office, Warwick. Thirty-three applications bml been sunt in, all of which were reji'.ctei! with the exception of five. The Commissioner slated to those whose Applications had been rejected, that it was from instructions he had received from the Minister fur Lauds that all applications were to be rejected excepting those for agricul tural laud, and that i circular would bo issued to llioso whose applications bad already been approved, to the effect that IhuBe applications would be nullified. <Grcnt dissatisfaction was expressed, end (lie an nouncement causcd not a little astonish ment. .Thecsurt was tolonably well attended. The following applications were made: \V. 11. M. Royds, 40 seres agricultural, situate! at Emu Creek. Approved. Tlios. Coutts, 653 acres agricultural, at North Toolbnrra. Approved.' Maria Coults, 170 acres agiicultural, at No...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

GENERAL SUMMARY. _ The seiondreadlng of the Abolition ot Church Rates BUl ha* passed the House of Lords. The Queen, after paying a visit to Lord Derby, left Tor Osborne. Ilcr Majesty visits Balmoral in May. The Prince of Wales received the Order of St. Patrick on die 18 th. After die investiture a banquet fol lowed, whe/i the Prince made a very sensible speech which created immense enthusiasm, "H6 visits Belfast in Autumn.1 '? Ms. Featherstouhaugh, Deputy Lieufcharit of County Meath has been shot dead near his home. LordDufferin ba6 intimated that if the Chnrch ehouldbo- dis-ostablished in Ireland he -will continue to contribute the Amount to which he is liable at the present rates.: The '. Ilome News" stales, that Disraeli, was under the effect of stimu lants when replying to Mr. Gladstone, during the debate on the resolutions. A violent quarrel has taken place be tvfeen Lord Cranbcmrne and Disraeli. The attempted prosecution of Eyre, j late Governor oi Jamaica has been 1 I renewed...

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

, COMMERCIAL. Money ts more plentiful, Discounts % per cent Consols 93&. Although the income tax was in creased to Gd., the Budget was well received and the funds are firmer. Colonial Securities. - New South Wales debentures, 97J; Victorian debentures unaltered; Queensland, li>5 to lOpJ w iTiado ,1B : dull, but the recent im* provemeut iu wool will be likely to be maintainecl. Hide i brisk, full rales being ob tained .at ; lab: sales. Queensland heavy, 4fd. ' Leather lower. Tallow, dull, Sheepskins, advancing. Wheat, dearer. The wool market is firm. Manu factures being only. scanlily supplied, i a good competition-is expected at the

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MELBOURNE. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

'MELBOURNE. June 8, Mr. M'Cullocb hais tabled a want of confi dence motion. ' Mr. I'YIIuwb filntcs that tlio Government wowM rcocommcud' that a separate bill kIIOIIM be Ixuuglit iu jQur the ataul. Jund U The A vnen nailed far Sydney vvH-U. the ICug !ish mail, lltfe afternoon. TJie want of coijfidcuce debate is MiiJI tin fitiisbed. A defcat^oT Ministry i8 cer tain,- . . ? The debate on Mr. M'Cullocirs amcndmcut is unfinished. arc.iu An luiSAtihfj-ctory con dition.

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