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MINING NEWS. GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

msiKO. NEWS. GYM1ME. Tlic fortuiprhlly escort arrived in town l« day from Gyuipie, bringing down 4222 OllllCen, "I'llo latest accounts are to the cir'ct lint tlic alluvial are dull, bill pr.^at i'X. citeincnt is shown respecting the reefs, which ore " nil the ra«e." Since our last reports of ICilkivnn nml Yablier, wo have not received any furllicr intelligence. From DriKhane tlicre are Mill 1101110 dingers finins to the latter place i liul lit the same lime tliere are a great many re. turning. At our own disguiss there is not niuell ? bring done. A fireat deal of the Abandoned ground ia imw beiw? worked l>y Chinamen, and some of the supposed choice spots in tlie I idlest (jullies ute liein« fus ticked, There have been, as usual, rumors of rushes near nt hand; but tlie mere fuel of a man being men Kinking n bole where others linve not previously been put down, ia nowadays sufficient to cause such a rumur. Tlie puddling machines have tiot been fc'o busy an they would have bad tbo w...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queensland Railways. REPORT OF MR. MASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

The Queensland BEFOBT OF MB.'MASON. Mr. William M»«on, an engineer of con. eider&ble ability, has famished the Minister for Works with a report on the Railway System of Queensland, of which we L'i ve the following condensation from b leading article in the Queensland Times : Mr. Mason begins by saying that he never ? saw country so well adapted fur the con struction of a cheap railway as that lying between foswlch ami the Little Liverpool Bancs, too between Toowoomba and Dslhy and Warwick* He i« far from thinking, however, that the best use has been made <.f the facilities affurJed. Between Ipswich and the Utile Liverpool lie thinks the line ought to have run on higher ground, which was available, by which tnejns expensive bridge* and waterways vonld have ln-i-n avoided, acd the range could have been ! nsoended U'ill) a better gradient, ll is also Its opinion that a ?.rent mistake was mailt io the laying out of the line between Too-, woomba and aud Warwick-that no...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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KILKIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

jnunvAN. litter from Killtlvnn is aatlnfactory. The digger! lliora are natUfiod with tho prospects. A new creokwaaopened yesterday,- Math. vOU Timet. feRMiis the wolfire and eucoc6a of these diggings, f have to eey that (he field U £opd fur the present population, which I think fit about 1800, and oat of every hun dred ninety ere Retting a little gold. We have no graothlera Iiero ob you have upon Gympie, He tlie Tnhber rush cleared us out of" ahepherdts," "jumpers," the 1»«y people,; Ttio (iiidn of gold nve various-from the color tpS dwtt In the dish, Tim largest parcel of gold bought was 13 ounces; Mil other parcels from four pennyweights to 4 «nd $ dunces. . 1 think that the quantity nf gold boiiRlit fr-im fli^gerB per Week will amount to 400 or 609 tiunces at present. . There were several tnigcetB found here during the past week; aud the digeinps here, I must say, nro in a very flourishing aute. Star Gully in turning out A1; and now that we have had a lew days rain, there is £ ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

Lucky Valley Bl^insa. FOtMATfON OF A I'ltOSPEOTINQ PARTY. 1'n nil Worship <ln Mayor: I', Ilia iimi! r-i::hmJ, iciMcrls of War vv wick, do liot-eliv request yu to call a public meeting. In he held nt Mr. H. O. lUn« xmnc** Auction liooin®. in I'nlniciiji-strm't, on Wednesday noxt, ot 8 o'clock, p.m., tm- (}ie pmp-iMo oi' f'li'oi'ng a prospecting paity of <'i Uat *lm C'Hintiy round atj-ut ilia ptvnciit Mie of tlio " Lucky Valley" Dig «£« : It. W. Oill fSaml, Butclior Jacni) Iliirtrits t\ Morgan, Jmi. II. 0. Wofliiott illair Koir H. V. lt.m*<oiu6 A. GtMi ft. A, Orvt'iii liiiljjft Chapman Warrjufl li win John Ir^iu U'lliurt Winkler In fr»mp!iinc'?i willi tin? above requisition I It re'y c ''ivcu" h pit 'lir Jii'/cliujr to Iw hili-n nt ,MJ, J J. (\ A JL-liof» ii io'us, ou ilie evening of the'ltit July, at 8 <J\ A JAMES MORGAN, Mayor, WAXTKB, A MAN' with two quiet Horses tj take a Wii'.-g'iiKrtto tu 'J'.inwiiiiinha. Unrni^s :'omid. £.j will he (l...

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Miscellancous. Burketown Authem. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

IBisttllaitfous. Uurkelown Antbem. ISr RJUHUOSD TIIATCIIEB. Let Britons praise their land of birth. And Frenchmen buastof Gaul, Italians blow 'bout suitny skieB, Tiie Swiss of mountains tall. The Yankees calculate a bit, And guc8B t'icy've liberty . But with (bat illuscd goddess X'ui Afraid tliey mote to tree. I hate to hear these nations gas. And if you'll li-t to inu, I'll give you my opinion of True, glorious liberty. We are possessed of liberty. And ought to be at case; For I maintain true liberty Is doing what you please. No constables parade the town, But as we reel to bed. Too drunk to find the keyhole perhaps. We sleep outside instead. We have no Fleet nor Marshalsea, No dungeons dark nor deep. To put poor starving debtors in, U'hilc wires and cli/JtJrcn weep. We never let debt* troublo us, But creditors deride. Or, mounted on a gallant steed, We hook it " off inside." And if you want to punch your friend Or fire upon your foe, You're free tu punch or pistol them. And none t...

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A New El Dorado. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

A Hew i:i Dorado. The foil-twin^ Article-on the probability ! tliHt the country in (lie ticiitily of the Gulf of t jujieu'fliia wjJl ultimately prove to contain "the ilchcst puld-mines in tho wo'M"-is taken from the Melbourne Argus of the lilth j ultimo 1 A point of considerably obscur ity connected ! tvill» the enrly discoveries of tlic northern pnr* . I ion of tljs continent, has jnui hecu cKiaicd I up by Mr Maj»r. Some years ago, the re- j Fearclios of that gentleman convinced him j that thin country was visited by Mane;! | Cioilii.a de llitrcdift in 1G01. What gives pecu liar interest to the enterprise of Dom MaiincI is, that it was prompted hy the reports which had reached Portugese India of the auriferous character of this country. The narrative transmitted to the home Government at Lisbon platen that some fishermen of the island of 8o|or were engaged In their calling, when a violent storm arose nud drove their vessel southward far five days, until they reached what they suppo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

ARRIVAL OF OUR MONSTER STOCK O* WI If T .FECIAL NOTICE. JACOB HORWITZ & GO. HAVE much pleasure in announcing that they have received their Fhvfc Shipments of Winter Stock, Comprised &B per Manifest in IM©IKA(l!iSS Being the Largest, Cheapest, most varied, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK Eve* introduced into this neighbourhood, and' selected by oar Mr. JAOoBt Hoiwitz from the beet Sydney and Melbourne Houses %\t . Jnqjeij jtopttment Winceys, Plain and Striped* French Merinos, all Colors Coburgs and Alpacas French Twills Delaines and Mohairs. Woollen Plaids Poplins and Lustres Popiinettes CONSISTS OF Prints and Calicoes. Flannels, White and Colored; Damask Table Cloths, Brown Hollands. Irish Linens Shawls end Handkerchiefs. Ribbons. aad Velvet* THE READY MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF Men's Black Cloth Coats, Trousers, and Vests, West of England Tweed and Doeskin Coats, Sacques, Trousers, and Suits Pilot, Cloth, and Beaver Overcoats Crimean and Scotch Twill Shirts. Moles...

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Carpeatarin. Ffrom the Guardian. Burketown, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

Carpettfju-U. fVon the Guardian. Burketown, April 17. Du'ffeiWt Eire'r lias more vatoable pas tool country than the moit aanguine sup posed. Since U was ocoupbd the sheep upon It hare always done fully as well as on any other pari of (he Barks distrtot. Much more rain has fallen on the table land, from wbiob the Herbert lias its source, than on the Albert or Flinders country-and there !? no part at Carpentaria which, with th<£public generally, baa inch . high character for Ita excellent eheep tuns. The Herbert most, however, be very badly watered at places-Its bed, I dare «ay. dry for milea. I learned from Mr. Fred. StiegUti, who vaa assisting to form a station on tht lletbert, that where they settled was mote than 100 miles down the river beyond Mr. Sash'*, Whose station before !b!a was the loweit on the Herbert; where they acttled Upon with, their docks there were reachea of Water extending for miles. The atatton is 360 mile from Bnrketown by Hie road in preieut in use,...

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Disraell not a Jew. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

Disraeli not a Jew. The Jrwith Chronicle, a very liigh authority Among the people whoao views it advocates' lias the following remajks in reference to, the new Premier and Judiasm:-"There seems, indeed, to be a singular mistake as to the rela tion of Disraeli to Judiasm, Some Jews cen sure liim as an apostate, and urge his apostacy I as an instance of tergiversation. Some Chris tians scoff at liim as a Jew, with a singular disregard of all they owe to the Hebrow race. Mow, tbe fact is that, in plain English, Dis raeli Ib neither an apottate nor a Jew, He was born of Hebrew parents. Bis father Isaac Disraeli, tbe author, and bis mother, a scion of the Basevis, were members of Se phardim Jewish families. His grandfather and grandmother, indeed, rest in tbe Portu guese cemetery at Mile-end. Benjamin Dis raeli was admitted into thej^communion of ] Israel, but his father, thinking lit to quarrel j with bis synagogue, failed to teaob his child Judiasm. One day Rogers, the celebrated banke...

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Distress and Disorganisation In the Southern States. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

Distress and BlMtrgiidmlhin In tbe Southern Mtalei, The condition of the United States form so vital an element In estimating the prospect* of our foreign trade, that It Is desirable to place ; on record the moat impartial accounts acces. | aible on the aubjeot. The Daily tfew has always been strongly " Northern" in ita views, and its correspondent at New York baa Rap ported the same priicy. He la a gentleman of great intelligence, aud well acquainted with the United States. We therefore aelect for republication too letter! from him, dated New York, January 8th and 17th, 18G8. These letters present a most gloomy picture of the South, express no small alarm aa regards the party conflicts for the Presidency, and spake in doubtful terma'of the" preservation of the public credit. " The distress at the South, of which I spoke in my last, is ao great that most South erners have given np all hope of recovery with out aid from the outside. Host of the planters scrapad together what remained...

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Gold-Field Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1868

Gold-Field Regulations. Intending diggers will probably peruse with interest the fallowing regulations: Commiuiontr empowered to make temporary rules-The Commissioner may at any time make such temporary rules or orders, not in consistent with the Act 20 Victoria, No 29, ,or with these Regulations as he may consider ne cessary for regulating the tnode of washing at any stream or waterhole, for the prevention or injury of a pulilo nature.by the deposit of tail ings or refuse from any cradle, torn, sluice, of crushing machine, Commiuiontr empowered to decide diiputet, -The Commissioner shall have power to de cide tipon and make any necessary order in any dispute that may arise in any matter con nected with the gold fields management, and not herein provided for; but no such decision or order shall be inconsistent with these Regu lations. or with the Act of Parliament SO Vic toria, No 29. Appointment of Aticitort-In any case of dispute or otherwise in which the Commis sioner is called u...

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Statistics of the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

&tnth,tlcs of Ihc (.'elonfci. Tho following fc a di<;c*t of the latest official returns of the colonial uflicc: Area. Square rntlea. Population. ladio, llritUh HMi,49) M4,1H8.3&0 " Xalirc Rtat"8 5M,"90 ^UW.IOJ North Amcricaa Colonies ... 8.701,401 Australia 2,582,' 73 > WUfili W«4 India 1.097.627 C tpe of Goud Hol*c and Natal 1 ip,:528 CVyloii ^ ... 21,70.) 2,010,728 Oilier colonic* with the nbuve briuff np tho total area to 4,427.232 future miit'S urn! the population to 154,810,787. Tho public n»vi*nue of these viist pnHSPSpfnns in the y»*ar 18G5 was nearly £03 000,000. The public debt is not quite £140,000,000. The tun entered and clcari'd in 1805, fxc!u*ivc of tbecoastingtrade,was about£2G.OOO,0OO. Tho imports in 18G5 amounted tu £128,375,053, and iho exports to £141,5108,102. Tho wool exported amounted tu £12,244 580; raw augur, vhIup £7,158,103; £3,308,963? wood, £3,877,530: li*b, £l,CG8.2G0; i h*» cotton from ludia aLno wab Vttiiied at £37.573,037...

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CALLIOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

CAlAAOlMi. Ab a prnof of (he riclincssof some of (lie claims tlio Cal!i"j»o. a correspondent inform*; I us (Gladstone Observer) that tiv« pounds of gold were washed out of n Imckot of Muff I taken fiow a leader on Monday. Tim rlaint is one of tlio fi'.w in uiiirli tue rich fimlH Iimvu I bem made diirinj* the Inst wix Tir Calliojiu iniiiLM h ijavir iu 'iiiovalined the <invcin incut to r«a<irvii fmni k-iIJ or Hid j whole of the aiHIVroua giunml in (he vicinity | of thrt present walkings for tJjo [purpose* of a ; guliJ-ficli!.

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CAPE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

CAl'U RIVF.ll. The (irivntc o«cort f'niii lli'j Cape Uivcrar* | rivcil on Uic litIi with 2,20'.! ounces, after a ! journey of twi» days. Tl»e diggings arc re | polled jib doing \v«H. jh-'veWdH fthiiudruicc j of water, but rati"')* iveio »c ircu. At I!»>j d«f|> I ninkiog iusIi limy wrru fin Hug pnyaMe jrold I ci^My **v iiiip-ty fi:rt below the unil'iec. The I cold w:is n.Hid'V. tint iviiu'i hit unou anncared I jjleutiiul enough .- (7. U. Kxprcas.

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KILKIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

KIMIIVAN. Intelligence from KilUran cnniinnes to be «f» tnont cheerful ckeractgr. A guutlemin _Kilklv»n In the iiiOtnl. p, mil ai rived T* ilCK fninirbe* uawilli t'ii I'>;ln'.vinr .'-'ITiire life-he ei4iiiint.-i-a limn ?^y^lfteili-huiiitrod fiauplo on (be gn.rod. and i ll alcjma, Hftiiio of tliem oi.ly ? Miking w»ge», bat* gaud muiy doing well . »9»« <b*Ui>S <011111 Cortunei. Tbere ii uo one on (he ground to buy jyoM. and. in addition to tb; ri-h run by I tie h<ddeig. it h no Km^ll in convcni-lie ? to li'ixfnv-t}, ti» it in almost wrv trail-jjct urn n mle lias to bu iria'le of pold. It is bni{n i*»imi»- tl» it «»nc <<f iIkj L;uiks biivu nnl ret iblicdjrd nn «policy time. One !Jif<»riiiiUit believes that Several th.Msand 0'inCe* of £<»!.! could now lie iiiirulijuf(I llicrc, mid tbo yield is *tcndily incieasiuff. Smne vitv fine spici ineti# Invc been jilckf'l up. Tba tipiniun U that there is a rich »euf...

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JIMNA CREEK, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

MWl*. OBRBK, at present on tbe ground neaily puraona. ?Vo creeks are being '/ JwiHreS for -two .ttlllef In one direction, and f At) the digacri ' til ate getting payable lire doing liand«omely. The '' WartiJMil oiitbloiS la. tbatif new ground la not " ;3lM6f«i«l, liiB alluvial country at prenent '' "y Wflag will be exliaurted In about kIk ;»ir'-ti»o imontha. Bourn parties ba»e. Botr8Vt>r,gone out proanectinir, and there it ^.''ifboj Vi'aiofi iobelierethatbofure ninny daya jffiWlii Witt be twitl, Nothing ba« been - V-jittitti tt'the*ee£» dUeiiVored beyond sUepUcid - itigtbeiti. .toe casing of one reef (BiaUeney'a) very tirofnliineOftiie reef Itsclrturningout '" Web. !Cbe :ilgg«re bold * large quantity of ' .'gOldiTilit wIU only aell'to facet expenses, at thstarinot mHkdm With tile price obtainable 6s per ounce. Tin g"14 is !?' triuch tiurer and freer from alloy tlian ' "'fl^ble itold. iitid Ike miners »»y it is worth cf luver oeuoa.' fTho prelent rate of provj. .l 'ftbn&lt...

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TAROOM. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

TA1100M. Jtthe 29. The result of tlic polling Tor (lie Luiclianlt election nl Tnronm ia as follows: Mr.C. J. R»y<]» ... 12 Mr. A UtiJssnn 5 Returns have yet to bu received from llie following jilarcs:-liuroomljn, Sprini>KUtc>, Kncliivorlli, Nunnlliiri, lunlcwooil, Nclio, Alliiui* Downs, Mnuut Mutton, Banana, Galusford, autl Junction Inn.

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MINING NEWS. GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

itEwg. OlfMPIE. S®A-p«!MWMmM>W**yi«»be <»urfer, baa been IbMufiirmtitton received by , ^mnpm Mime Miygucceiitfol deep j«V:1t07^ Ll atatod tUat some at |idia)tb about f ^ tfcatthroe feet ot waili dirt wna fcconnts are true a new ttieie digging*, to be thought, were ftSpWCT®WS>T T& W»fc. 'the deep ^^ynUM^iliinMtloH l' oB the oppoilte aide of J v^iWartr 'lHiffer to that wMcb liu been more

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Gold-Field Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Gold'Ficld Regulations. Intending diggers will probably peruse trill) interest the following regulations: Commissioner cmpotoeicd to make temporary rules -The Commissioner may at any time m»kt* such temporary rules or orders, not in consistent with the Act 20 Victoria, No 29, or with 'bene Modulations as he may consider ne cessary for regulating the mode of wa«hin? at any stream or waterbole, for the prevention or injury of a pubic nature by the deposit of tail ing* or refuse fioin any cradle, torn, sluice, of crushing machine. Commissioner empowered to decide disputes. -The Commis-i'iner shall have power (o de cide upon and make any necessary order in any dispute that may ari<e in any matter con. uected w ith the e«»ld fields management, and not herein provided for; hut no such decision or order shall he inconsistent with these Uw>gu la1 ions or with the Act of Parliament SO Vic toria, No 29. Appointment of Assessors,-In any case of dispute or otherwise in which the C...

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SYDNEY. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

SYDNEY. Juno 29. Hunt, (he pugilist, lias been committed to | talc* hie trial for the murder of his wife al Mudgee The Young Australia left Deal, for Brie bft'ic. on the 2Glh of Ajiril. Dtitiicm i* very-dull. The commercial intelligence by the Uakaia is Considered satisfactory. Hirst, the clrrk in Mfsnrs. Alderson and S'tnH establishment*chargcd with ctnlnE ziirtu hfa employer*' mooey, lies b'.eu com* j inittud for trial. j The c«touer*a jury have acquitted the \ railway Authorities of all blame in the matter of Mia Hunter** death at DurwooJ ctatiou. ' Breadstuff^ are firmer. j June 30. White, the eehoolmastcr of the training i *bi|» Wrmm, baa been committed to lake | hi* trial for forgery. ! The A.S N. C«i.*s debenture* have been , tendered ftjr ol 95. The oiler bag bcua Uc j cli'icd. Tfttannki papers to hand by IufI tnnil state ; 'thai Use Maorics have reHimcd h<>atiiitit*. At I'att'a the iunur^i'B murdered Sfor jM'anl Cabil], iroojitr Siniib, and livu ut ile's. Tiii...

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