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

SYDNEY. Jurcc 6. judges OhecKo and Hargrove have bue taiordi ant) Cfiicf Justice 8t«phen con <lcmueJ, tlic demurrer raised by Mucphersoo (a liis prosecution. Macplicrsan and Lee have therefore been discharged. Mr. Mar liu tins gifen nolice of his intention to ap peal to the Privy Council. Juiifj 8. Ti#o schooner BUdr Swan, t J 10. M.uinii)p, has bct'H totally wrecked at thr» M^nniim itiver. - Mr. Wallace, a member of the Legislative Touncil, «licil yc.sienlny, in conP<<jncrjcu of injmiutt tiiibtaineJ by being thrown out of bis bujuy. Mr. Milsati, uf (lie North ftboro, ncci' .Ii'nily shot ft lad uaraei! Dniiii. June 0. P<iiir biifibraogfrs slack up and plund<red (be store of a tnan named J.iUiCS, nt Brt'dal I»»up. m. Tin? Ua« appointed a Qoiui<«ifi bioh, <«f wliicli Profcasoi Hull its chairman, to iijijuire into llic subject- of stc.nn boilcr . ; 1 Sugars show n nli»bt decline. HrwulstnfFs ar« in active dema...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Mails to and from Europe. NEW TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

Nails to and from Europe. I SEW TIME TABLE. The following dates are from the P. ana O. Company's 1st eat time table, and show the ar range nenU for the arrival and departure of mails (o and from Europe, via Suez, which will be in force for some months to come at least: Mails TO EUROPE. -i .si tjg ?^3 u .48 £ § .£?2 'fc s *- o <a) Feb. 4 March 3 March 30 April 25 May 33 Juno 20 July IS Aug. 15 Sept. 12 Oct. 12 Nov, 9 March 21 April [8 May 16 Juno 13 July 11 Aug. 8 Sept. C Oct. 3 Oct. 31 Nov. 28 Dec. 20 March 23 April 25 May 23 J uoe 20 July 18 Aug. 15 Sept. 12 Oct. 10 Nov. 7 Dec. 5 18G9 J»o. 2 MAILS FROM EcEori. II <» <tn May 7 June 4 July a Julv 30 Aug, 27 Sept. 2i Oct. 82 Nov. 19 Dec. 17 18G9 Jan. W Feb.II May It June 11 July 9 August C Bept. 3 Oct. X Oct. 29 Nov. 2G Dec. 21 1869 Jan. 21 Feb. 18 May 17 June 14 July 12 August t Kept. C October Nov. 1 Nov. 29 Dec. 27 3869 Jan. 24 Feb. 21 NOTE -The difference between the tlm<" of ?noil despa...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

total lutclliflciitf. itliTBOItOLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS, The following are tbe readings of the barometer and thermometer 1'or the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily : UACOMtTCn. TllEimpMfcTKU. MAX. M1N. I Saturday .. 23*4GO 6HO .. 50 0 I Monday .. 28415 «... G2 0 .. 410 'Tuesday .. 23-440 .... 650 .. 430 i Wodueaday .. 28*460 .... 00 0 .. 450 j Tbniaday .. 28427 .... 60.5 .. 510 j Fridny ,. 28302 58 0 .. 53'0 ? Rainfall einco last istjue 031G iiiclice. | An ordinatipn was held on Trinity Sunday, at Wickham Terrace church, Brisbane, by the Lord Bishop of Bris bane, whet) tbe llev. J. T. Bolting, and the Rev. E. B. Nevill, were ad- j milted to the order of the prieBthnod. The ordinary morning service was con- j ducted by the Rev. T. Jones. The | Right Dev. Dr. Tufnell then delivered a discourse, of which the text was " For the perfecting of the saints; tor the work oi the ministry; for the edi fying of the body of Christ."-Ephc sians, chapter ...

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Establishing a Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

?establishing a Fashion. A lady summering In a remote region, near Canada, in a letter tells us liow cany it is to make a fashion, whon the base of supplies is far renioTcd. There is en example in it " How little it takes to make one famous'. I came from Boston, quite forgetful of the neces sity of a sun-hat. What was to be done ? To .send back to the city would be very incouvo. nient, and the stores within five idles of here offered nothing but the little fashionable apo logics for a protection from the sun. So I just improvised one or a farmers' Coarse, broad brimmed lint, tbat 1 found in ' the store* of the village, tied it duwn gipiy-f&iMon,and&turted for a ramble, quite proud of my inventive genius, and of my perception of the fitness of things. But 1 awoke the next morning, and found myself famous. Questions from all quarters came in. ' Is this the fashionable shape in cities ?' If not, tbey were bound to feel insulted. Two French damsels were very much scandal...

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ADELAIDE. June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

ADELAIDE. JuncU. The rumoured Appointment of Mr. l'upe Hennessey as Governor of South Australia caiisus «reat dissatisfaction. The markets arc dull. Parties are buinj: organiHed for I ho Queens laud gold fields If reports are favorable many will follow.

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

ARRIVAL OF OUR MONSTER STOCK or wuffin SPECIAL NOTICE. JACOB HORWITZ & GO. HAVE much pleasure in announcing that they have received their First Shipments of FP#n#er ,Stork Comprised as per Manifest in Being the Largest, Cheapest, most varied, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK Ever introduced into this neighbourhood, and selected by our Mr. JACOB HORWITE from the best Sydney and Melbourne Houses. C|e fragerg geprtinnt Winceys, Plain and Striped French Merinos, all Colors Coburgs and Alpacas French Twills Delaines and Mohairs Woollen Plaids Poplins and Lustres Poplincttes CONSISTS OP Prints and Calicoes Flannels, White and Colored Sheetings and Counterpanes Damask Table Cloths Brown Hollands Irish Linens Shawls end Handkerchiefs kibbons and Velvets THE READY MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF Men's Black Cloth Coats, Trousers, and Vests West of England Tweed and Poeskin Coats Sacques, Trousers, and Suits Pilot, Cloth, and Beaver Overcoats Crimean and Scotch Twill Shirts Moleskin Trous...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1868

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. Xlio following duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which CRlnu into operation cm tbe 1st November last£ t. d Drafti and Promittory For every £50 and under, and every fractional part of £50 ahovc 0 10 Dillt of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto 010 Ditto Foreign (if drawn io nets of two or more), each, for every £00 0 0 C I2ecci/Jt.-For all sums of 20s. aud upwards, each 0 0 1 Chtguu or Orden.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Notei.-For every £100 of the average aunaual circulation 3 0 0 Deeds of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and under .. 0 7 C Above, and not exceeding £J00 0 IS 0 For every fractional part of £100 above 0 16 0 Agreement!.-OC tlio value of £5 and upwards 0 2 C fr'ote.-Wlipi o lottcrB are produced in court to prove agreement, (t will be sufficient for one of tlieni to be stamped with a duty of 6s. IKilt of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every reoeipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent ., 0 0 C Lcatet, or Agreements for Leases where ...

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

^lucrtisciucnts. Clarcncc District, Sew Month Wales. For IVroniptory Sale. To close a Partnership. That first-class pastoral property callcd ACACIA CREEK, Situated on tlio borders r! the Clareiicu District, and surrounded by thoJollovriug noted Euns, viz:-MARYLAND. tlic pro perty of W. II. Marsh, Esq, KORIiELA, belunging to - Adnms, Nsq., and (lie CANNING DOWNS Station, owned by F. J. O. Wildasli, Bag. Tho improvements on Acaeia Greek BIO very j extensive, and include COMFORTABLE j BE8IDENCK, and overy requisite neces sary for carrying on a property witU & far 1 larger numbor tnan ilB present stock. With this cboioo station will be sold tlic Col- j lowing stock, | 8500 SHKHP. more or less, 1200 OATTLR, inoro or less. j V Stores, Horses. UrayB, Teams, W6rltiii(j i ' Plant, and all belongings to bo taken by valuation in tlio usual manner by arbitrs lion. j TERMS,-One-third cft-li, mid tlic residue by ; approved promissory notes in equal amounts at one and (wo years date, bear-...

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

THE foaraitcr atth Cirats IB PUBLISHED tS WARWICK BVery SATURDAY MORNING, w time for the Outgoing nails. The amount of Subscription Is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in hdvapoe. Single copies, SIXPENCE. KALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING i i. <4. Tiro lines X 0 Four do 2 0 Six do t 6 Eight dj 3 0 Every additional six lines or under Is. Discodm On II consecutive insertions 30 per cent. 26 38 " All Advertisements must specify on their fact the number of times they are to be in serted; if sent in without this specification, aaeh advertisements will be inserted until .oontermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements most be wot In not latar than 6 p.m. on Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration most be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements moat be | paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Si. per I Insertion. AGENT IN SYDNEY Mssirs Gordon and Gotch. George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. G. D. HARBISOH, Stationer & Ne...

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Marybarough Gold-Fields, Cyrapic Creek. From the Australasian [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

^ £' c 5* 1 i . From (he AustraUiaiun Tie following extracts arc loUen from a lcMrr rccrivcd bygentleman now in Mel bourne from an unijuestionaUc authoiity, ul.o iiceiitly visited 1110 Maryborough gold-fields. The gentleman who received (lie letter, how ever, win. is acqnuiiilod with tho gold-ficids iu question, is of opinion that llic ground hitherto discovered is fully occupied; hunce the place otters no encouragcmoiit to ordinary gold diggers, though an cxccllcut field fur the investment of capital and tho introduction of machinery. Tho letter is dated the 17th May. 1 say it without any fear of contradiction, that there was DO single person on tho dig gings when I left knew ae much of them as I did ; but this is not saying very much, for diggers and reefers seem to make it a point of duty-and most honorably perform it-lint to know anything bcyoud their owti " claim" aud its productions. Tho alluvial deposits far exceed in richness aud extent all that I had been taught or imagined...

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The Great Fire at Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

The Gceat fire at. tbteafp, 'XTie oonftigration wUtch took plaoe ontua night of January 28, ID the city of Chicago, Ulo&ote (b city as populous as Bristol, which has arisen on the shore of: Lake MUhigan, within the last thirty yean), iras one of tho most dostractlve ever known in tho United Statet-of1 America:. ths amount of property lost being estimated at nearly, three millions of dollars. Thirty-two of tho leading whole sale bouses at Chicago are entirely destroyed The fire broke ont at seven o'clock in the evening in the large bookselling store of Messr. H. Griggs and Co,, in Lake street, one of i the two ? principal trading streets oV the city. A corner block of bouses, at the jnnc tion of Lake-street' and Washbaab-avonuo, was quickly consumod, whence the flames, loapod across to ths opposite side of tho street ?"tad enveloped nearly the whole of the beusA of business in Michigan-avenue, which in leas than an bear were reduced to ruins. But it is stated in the local new...

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Gald-Field Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Gald-Field Hrfutallaivi.. I iiluuding die gets will probably pcruae with ilitci.-st tlie fallowing regulations: Ctmutiniaaen tmpot&ei td to make temporary Tttlr: -Tbp Conwuissioncr may at any time make such temporary ruins or orders, not in consistent with the Act 80 Victoria, No 39; or witii these Ucgulatious as lie may consider tie scssary fur regulating Ihe made of waelftng at any stream or watcrhole, for tlio prevention or injury o£a pubic uuture liy the deposit of tail, ings ur refuse from any cradle, torn, sluics. of crushing machine. Commiteiener empowered to decide dieputei -Tbe Commissioner shall liavo power to de cide upon and make any necessary order in any dispute tliat may ante in any matter con nected witb tbo gold Gelds management, and not herein provided for; liut no suck decision or order shall be inconsistent with these Itugu lalions, or with, the Aft of Parliament 20 Vic toria, No 29i Appaintvutit cf Aittseors,-Tn any case of dispute or otherwise in wblcU ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

RELINQUISHING BUSINESS. SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF ! ! To Squatter*, Storekeepers, Publicans, Hawkers, Heads of Families, and (be Public Generally. DAVIS, HARRIS, ft CO. HAVING DECIDED UPON CLOSING THEIR BUSINESS, It is imperative that the whole of their STOCK-IN-TRADE MUST BE DISPOSED OF, And in Order to effect a gP££&¥ SJ&EAHAMCM THFi WHOLE OF THEIR STOCK WILL BE OFFERED REGARDLESS OF COST. In submitting this notice we would remark that our STOCK consists of really first-class Stt»iaa SD3M3P3EW, Boots and Shoes I Groceries Ironmongery OilmqnB Stores Saddlery Wines and Spirits Crockery I Flour, &c., &c. Intending Buyers are invited to give an early call. Davis, Harris, & Co., 713 PALMERIN-STBERT, WARWICK. PHOTOGRAPHY ! Great Redaction in Prices !! C. ROGGENKAMP, Photographic Artist, Albion-afreet, Warwick, Begs to notify the following SEDUCTIONS IN HIS PRICES, ' DIKING THIS MONTH : Three Cartes de Visite ..... 5s. Od. Following Copies le. 6d. ...

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BOWEN. June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

BOWEN. Juae 16. Tlio Engl* and Tlnonee Bteamera leu tula evening fur lbs South. Tho Eaglo takes 3000 ounces of gold. Tho weather <s warm, and lambing has commenoed at Hie Gulf. Tho sotUcru anti. cipnte a good per cctitape. Tho weather at Burko Town is oold. The reportB from the Cloncurry Copper Mines are very favorable. News from the goldGelds at Cape River ifl good. Oold has been found al a depth of ninety feet, and several puddling machines are being crectcd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

^ucrfiscmmfs. WANTED. TIIE Advertiser, a STEADY MARRIED MAN, seeks a situation on a Station as Storekeeper; and being a practical Carpenter, of some years experience in the bush, liaB DO objection of combining the two pursuits. Good references can be given. Address W. $V" office oi this paper. 70S WANTED. TENDERS for Getting and DRAWING CEDAR in Ibe LOG. State price at per hundred feet to bo delivered in Warwick. Address X. X., office of this paper. 70G HORSES! HORSES!! WC. BALLS has somo Brat-class up , standing, weight carrying HACKS, broken-in, quiet to single and double harness. These horses are really first-class, and well worthy of inspection. Early application to W. C. BALLS. Stock and Station Agent. 783 Albion-street, Warwick. Clarence District, New South Wales. For Peremptory Sale to the Highest Bidder. To close a Partnership. That first-class pastoral property called ACACIA CREEK, Situated on the borders of the Clarence District, and surrounded by the following noted Runs,...

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SYDNEY. June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

SIDNEY. Juno 15. Johnson ii committed to tabs bis trial at Bathurst. A man named Lnker, a batcher near Singleton, has died through skinning a sheep whioh had the Oumbarlaud disease. His son is also very unwell. No trace of the murderers at Irotibark has yet been discoTcrcd. Heavy rains set in this morning, and seem likely to continue. Trade is at a stand still. Juno 1C. Mrs. Sawyer (widow of the lotn Bislsnp of Grafton and Armidalo) and family, left for England on Thursday last. A letter lias been received from the Gulf of Carpentaria, stating that Mr. MnnBOn, a squatter, and a parly of Chinaman, hwe been murdered by the blacks on the Norman Ilirrr. MELBOURNE. Joue 15. Political affairs arc unchanged. Great speculation is taking place in (alt. The next two months' imports are pur chased. The political cxcitcment continues un abated. The action which the Governor intends to take in the matter is anxiously looked for. Otago papers to hand slate that tho Vogil's Ministry have resumed o...

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The Unknown Settlements of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Tbe V nknown Settlements or Australia, A correspondent writing to the " Australa sian," makes tie fallowing remarks regarding the interior of Australia " But little is known, and less written end said, of tlie vast inland pioneer districts of Australia-the country that BurUo and Wills, those brave but injudicious explorers, passed through at the coat of their tiros and the country's money. The work seemed to bo done when the remnant of that party returned, and the lost King was found. The journals were published, read by a few, forgotten, end the whole consigned to oblivion. It answered the purpose in a scientific point of view, no deubt ? but how little even now is known of tho country as pastoral land, except to the pioneers ? The Burke and Wills statue stands in Collins-street, and seems strong enough to stand thero fur ever. Ask the first hundred people capable of explaining that it was erocted in memorium of the heroes of tho greatest ex ploring expedition yet attempted in tho ...

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ADELAIDE. June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

ADELAIDE. Jane 1G. Parliament it announced to assemble at tbe end of July, but tbo acloat data of the opening of the scBfiion is dependant on tbe ariival of tlie new Governor. The wheat and flonr marketB are inactive. Final arrangements in connection with the formation of tlio quarto-crushing com pany for the Gymple Greek diggings, referred to in lbs Q. Timet ThiiKday'a iasue, were made at a meeting held at the Clarendon Hotel, on Friday evening. The namo selected ia the " Enterprise," and there arc eighty shares of £50 each, the whole of which have been taken op by some eigh teen nr twenty gentlemen, and tho first call of £25 per share has been paid into the bank. A committee, consisting of Messr. Hooper (<>f Hooper and Robinson), Srnellie, ami O. Cameron, was elected to make tho nccessii'y arrangements, and Uf. J, M. Tlium|«n>ii was appointed eulieitor. The machinery will lie obtained from Melbourne. A reward of £30 ia offered to any ono alBtrd ing such informatio...

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Natal in 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Natal in IS6? Tho year 1867 has made Natal as a de pendency of the Crown a quarter of a ccn tury old. In 1853 tlie im-iurls amounted to £11,712, and the exports to £1,318 ; iu 1867 the imports hare been £269,589, and the ex ports £225,G71, the latter the highest amount ever yet reached. Io 18G7, 03,260 acrcs of land were under Indian corn, and produced 8C7.131 bushels; 22,155 acres were under Kaffir corn, and produced 275,172 bushels; 1,859 acres ware under wheat and produced 21,504 bushels; 12,790 acrea were under sugar, and produced G,826 tons; 3,155 acres were under coffee, and produced 109,6601b.; 1,262 acres cotton, producing 217,21011).; 1G3 acres tobacco, producing 38,4.311b, Tbe year's export of wool, an ever adranciug item amounted to 1,974,4471b. Of horses there were iu tbe colony 10,782; horned cattle, 330 547; woolled elieep, 209,582; Kaffir sheep, 42,985 ; mules, 226; goats, 131,482. The Cfital acreage of land under cultivation Is stated to be 109,415, of which a very l...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

TO CORU ESPOMDENTS. " PidtAXK.''-Your letter is to hand, but Ibe Grievance complained of has been remc. died, and the prnspeclors have now lea thau their proper q,uautity. If yon will refer tu the £old-raguhiti'/nu( on our fourth pa^o, you will there find that twenty claims can be allowed them. The centre of the gully where the prospector's claim is situate is supposed to bu a creek ; they have only tnkeu leu claims of 40 ft. by 40ft. on oue side, and tea of the 6amo mciiBurcmeut on the otboreide of this supposed creck, which amounts to 40U ft. ]onf» by SO ft. wide. We do not wish you to suppose we have declined insciting your communication without 6ome eaune, but, having made inquiries we find that the £ricvADGc of which you complain baB been rectified.

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