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Death of Lord Brougham. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Death of Lotd Brougham. , The Important I torn of news by tlia Eng lish Mail, U tlia aiinouncuuidit that " Lurd Brougham died ait Cmines." At last <bi» vcte tan . Beformer, whose iron constitutimi .eemed to4«fjr the ravage* of time, and wlio hat outlived all of bit illustrloua contcinpo HtHei, liM paa«ed away. The event won Hot wholly onexpectetl, as the venerable peer be* teen ailing foV some time past. He died at bis residence «t Oanne>, in France, He lived to agteen bid age. being in liia ointirtb yearwben tbe dread destroyer came upon tilm I bnt the tnopiory of hi* many fioi.d wfcrk« wiltlire after him, «o Ion# as comtmi Aitet pf AttjIoBnannt continue to exist, lie Mi born in St. Andrews Bqusro, Edinburgh. In September, 1788, and bit uducation com ^ "'-'jgoboolof that city, wlroh .. _ , . , jurists laWVera-a||4 6ir Walter Scott, From Hie High School ti« was trantforied to tho Edln tWffU tJnlvewitr. »here be made wonderful progress In tnatbemathlcs, la 1796 and 1798...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Miscellaneous. WHAT I WOULD DO FOR "MY BELOVED." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Iftisttllaurous. WHAT I WOULD 1X1 FOB "MY BKLOVJiD." I'd swear for her. Duclare fur her, l'bc Lord know* what I'd bear for her. I'd fight for her, (»ot ** tight'* for her, I'd'walk the streets all night for her. I'd try f«r bcr, I'd sigh for her, L'd drink Big Muddy dry for lieiv I'd 14 cuss" for her, Do " wiibh" for her, I'd kick up A tliufiderifi* fuss for her. I'd shoot for her, I'd hoot for her, A rival who'd come to " suit*, for bcr. I'd Itne.'l for her, I'd *tcal for leer Such is tbe love I feel for bcr. I'd fly for her. Go " dry" for her. But-never would I die for her * . Nor for any other woman. Burntil Argus. MUNIFICENT.-Mr. Pcabody hat found a worthy imi:ator in noble generosity. Mr. Whitwoith, the renowned engineer and manu facturer of artillery, hat) signified to Govern- | ment his intention of founding thirty scholar* sh'ps, worth £100 a year each, for the promo* tion of technical Instruction. Great complaints it will be remembered, have been made of late ofthe deficien...

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

MLLDOUILNE. Jir !? 20. lu the * sm-uI.V, Mr ..! Ciil l-'i !i ii«s : v n ii*»: i«. .? <f i-»>., iliif J lie U'i\.'i..r i.-i -ij '>! 4 i; . i v. 1 i %-. 1 . 111i'ju 1 jiifiiii i\\c cu-a1ii:4 ;:r< :il n.cut. Mr. MVulU Vrf ui-.Ji.:., i-.M. '"UJi.ii.j {!.«. cniiilnM 11 tliu is Juciy to be Cil (ii (i. j-.Mic The <I«li.\tc on till! G'lVfrnnr'ii ivj Iy fu tlm A«]<lr<^d c.ini 'il hy tli-< MVuM-cli p»r!yfiih«l wiilj rcfomicc to the ilii.iilryrct.uuiu:; oliij btill July 1. The Uduta ou the Aii|iMj^ri:iti'»u f»i lVi lie S'Tvicu htill utiii*iuiK-s. Tim Co\ uii.il Tnj:»nun;r tkel.uva tU.it flir-rn will Im» h c>T tn'iirly iuit111'rs < f a iiiilli.ni. Mr. 1 >nliV ins «via\u.1 la ii,UM.tiou of aiJiu- Ui^Upp.siti.pM. A l.iri»UU)K' f is air leaving for Quiii.:j!:im}p njul M.wral .iUi for A'lcl.iiile.

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Prosperity at Gympie. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Prosperity at tVyiupic One of the most pleasant gatherings, and at the mine time one most indicative <>f Cympie'a permanent |>r>>|K'n[y, was wit nessed ia a thick scrub on lliu ntlier tide uf the Mary Biver, opposite the Deep Creel;, ou Monday afternoon. There they were, two hundred stalwart miuers, jovially en gaged ia christening and celebrating a <iis.! cOTsry of what will ultimately be one «f the most extensive leads of drift containing payable gold that lias yet been fuuud on Gympie-in fact, a future Gallarst. Three Week* ago, the prospectors, Sullivan ami party, entered an abandoned shaft, and, usiited by a few adjoining claimhnlders, .auk it to a further depth of 53 feet. They Struok a lead of drift four fact thick, ami the prospeot BO far as thty have cone, is yielding one ounce to the load. From the c<iarsi< nnggetty nature of the cold, it is evident tint many rich patches will be found ill the lend. The dip of the roc...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

£ot;il $ntcl!ipcf. JIIITEORULUGICAL OU-L'ifVATlO^ Tlie I olio wim' are the readings of tho barometer and thermometer lor tlie past week, taken at the Telegraph Cilice in this town, at 1) o'clock A.M., daily : IJ.UIciMI TEH. j .MIN SatunUiy .. -S'-'H) Sit) ,, 0 Monday US .... <;:> o ;ji.o T««sil!iy .. iiS /iJJO .... G7<) .. !»() 0 Wo.lni8.Iav.. 2rt*> 15 .... o:/0 ;n o 28 £12 .... cso .. 45 0 i'Yidny .. 2S615 Cl'fl .. Hiiiiifall hiucu last U<suu nil. Last week about 4000 sheep passed through Dalby on their way lo Can ning Downs. They arc from Juandah, the station of Messrs. lioyds. In a list of " Cliuroli Prefermenls and Appointments" which appeared in the " Illustrated London News" of the 4th April, it is stated that the Rev, V. T. Uansomc (brother to Mr. II. C. Uansomc of this town) lias been ap pointed to the curacy of Trinity Church, Weymouth, fingland. The Ituv. gen tleman was for some, time in pastoral charge of St. Luke's Church, Too woomb...

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

\OTICK. Our Accounts for the Quarter ending 30th JUNE are now being delivered) and we sJiqK feel greatly obliged by «n carhj liquidation of the same. COWTON & lit WIN.

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

ARRIVAL OF Tllli PAN A11A MAIL The moil via, Ptiuama Ijns arrived, and brings lieu-1 up lo the 12th May. Lurd Bruueliam is dead. The iieim of the attempt At nfcsnsioating Prince Alfred leached En^laud on 27 AprH^und came like n thUudcr.cliqwm !}<e piihijtf A hi'twccn the Princess Lou»ia nnd Piiuee CtiriBiiau (*tc) U atiiumnced. Tuna have hee» meat «nii-C.ttlm4c rim# fit Ei.l'K-umL Ttiu United Slate* Senate intended ^ivinn a verdict in the charge v{ liijli treason against tnel'mddent on ihi* ICth May, Es-Govrnmr Kvre has n^'-tiu leeu brought lu Hie Police C"tirt oti diarize* cotnicried with the Ja« tunica. ofT.tir. C»IIHO1h, 7-1J. "Wool fitm nnd otiier AtHrniirij produce btisde. TaM«\vf 44.-S lo 4/1 s Cd. Onluiii »l Government sei.uii> lien nri» advancing. Q'leeutdaud (kbeulutcti are ul fiuui 105J to 100$. London, Mny 2. The won) pa'es &re cxprcled to attract a lar^e uUci d ititc, of liuuk-nud foreign pur chiMer*. Prices will, doubllufs, he well blip potted oud ...

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

it .t£5Vr»TB*2-:UN. Th*. attention of Advertisers is raped ftdhj itnian to vttr Xc'rtf of Churgcs, announced in tie fir*>t cuiumn * f the fit ti P«3<> as in future the prices will l*e .'trkthj adh&nd fit, tscept in eases of conti'iiui/us 0jvertisemenfsl which may be inserted ttiiiUr special agreement. li. A COtt'TON, | SAML. IK WIN. j

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

Kx.tract of Brenen' Tcui. HABPER TWKLVETBEKS' "TEAM".. . BINE ii superior to Brewers' but or Baking Powder for making Light, Sweet, and Wholesome Bread, It U alway* ready V and lure to act, and the iDOfit igDOraotoanliot', mistake in ming it Sold in amall Paoketa " < and Oa&isters by all Storekeepers. HARPER TWELVETBEES' GOVERN-. MENT BLACKING ia deserredly popula for ita softness, brilliancy, and endnrlnf; quality. Sold in Oilskin Packets,. aofl IS, Bottles by all Storekeepers) and wholesale by Harper Tweveltree', va Dromlay-by-Bow. London, f Printed and published by the Proprietors,, <( Bicbabd Atpucbx. CovroH and Sainmn, ,. Ibwih, at the Etaniner mnd IYmm Ofltov Albert-street, Warwick.

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CALENDAR FOR JULY. Moon's Changes [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

CA.LENDA11 FOR JULY. Moon'* riianpct | rail Mo m M«. Lii»t Qaahr a.m. 1 Nuw Muon 2Pl1i*..&'6 8 .tit. Quarter 2Ttli...0'3 fi.m. Sun lti ci. h. U. iKt day... <'*54 6*H Slh " ... 6 '."16 )5<h " ... 6 54 B'ly 82nd 0 i'J 5-1M 4 * 3 4 « C| 7 8 9 30 II U 13 U IS 16 17 IS 19 20, a 22 83 21 si ST as 2S 30 31 Victoria feparnted from N.B.W.. 1R51 Sit Holjirt l'ccl died, aged G2, 3S50 Lelchhardt ficiu 4J11 pally started, 1S0"i Atnerljjpi indepcndenc-* declared. 177C Foun^tSUNHAV" A Kirn 'l'i.l MTy California annexed t" (J. State- [S1G Q-dM discoveied in Victoria, 1851 3. Battle of £adnwa, 16CC Masaacre of Christians ih Sy!i i, IPO 6. I,nude (lift leased ill Tasmania, 1828 "CawaiTa** a.fi. f'inudci''d, 18GG FIFTH SUNDAY atteh TIIIMTY Allk'a cracufitn) the Crimea, ]8;G Suiid.Rchool Union Jubilee,Lotid. 1SS3 1'iibt Guv. <>f Victmia s«orn in, ISol Disastrous Flood* in N.8.W., 1HG4 29. Dr. Tboniin Dick died, 1£57 B.W. coi<st of Netr Holland disc...

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

THE fontmcr snlr times IB PUBLISHED IS WARWICK E«rj SATURDAY 1HOH «?%<«, (a Uaie for the Ontgplnit Hail*. *he amount of Subscription is FIVE IfitLLIKGS per quarter, in all cases in wlruoe. Single copies, SIXPENCE. COALS OF CHAHGES FOR ADVEH TISINQ i c. d. Two lines... I 0 Faor do 2 0 Sis do 2 G Eight do 8 0 Every additional six lines or tinder Is. DISCOUNT On 18 consecutive insertions 20 per cent. se " 33 " All Advertisements must specif/ on tlieir flee the number of times they are to be in aerted; if sehtin without this apocificutinn, snob advertisements will be inserted until Countermanded, and oWgod for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 8 p.m. on Fridays. Orders (or withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-aubtcribera' advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per lasertioa. AGENT IK SYDNEY Ifeurs. Gordon and Gotch, Oeorge-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE:-j Ifr. 0. O. Hakbuok, Stationer £ News ...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

foiniitcr miir ffiincs. SATURDAY, JULY 4. 1868. Our of a dark and trying time the colony of Queensland has at last emerged into a brighter and safer condition. For two years past we have been used to bearing the cry of de pression and dulness, and, so deep a -hold had these taken, that people were ' very chary in entering into any specula tion. What ready money was possessed' fey tliem was safely locked up, and pnly drawn upon lor indispensable ties. During a ^monetary crisis, and for some time following, every body U careful and considerate, and the natural consequence is an almost complete stoppage of trade, excepting fn those articles which are required for daily consumption. Queensland has justpast through such a course of jgtrents, and although the effects will be felt for years to come, yet the purging Ahe has received will be still effica CiOUt/ An natural maladies over Jaw thegrojwirig^ so eomes.it in the &>UT£e of events that a young and vigorous colony shoul...

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Jenkins the Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Jciihint* lUr llufehrntigcr. William Jenkins, alias John King, was brought up, on remand, :»t the Brisbane Police Cuuit, on Friday charged with robbing the mail coacli between Ipswich and DrUbatie in January 1807. The prisoner was asked if be would liko to bear the depositions already taken read over, to which be replied. *' No, it will only bo a waste of time '' letter Hullam wa* then ic called and examined : -He described the manner in which Jenkins wus dresaed, an i (ho morning after Jenkins ha 1 slept at his plflco ('6 lent him a horse which belonged io Sub-Inspector Quinn, of Ipswich, but he did not then know who it belonged to. Two days nfleMho robbery the horse was again on its old run. Four days uftcr he beard of the lobbe' j, be Raw prisoner on the other side of the creek, and invited him to lake breakfast but he refused. He took, tho prisoner some bicakfast, ntid the pnper of the previous morn* jug, for which he had asked. Prisoner rend tbo account of the robbery iiloud, a...

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The "Courier" and "Guardian" Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

The " Courier" and "<Jnarill»nM* Keirit|iBpera. » I . : W« obnervt fiom ihe late filet ofBrijliane pupiTs thatgreat changes are aboutto-tubo placa with the metropolitan press. The fallowing announcement of Ihfe c)ianj!»!ebout' to take place in the Guardian is from Mis leading article in that paper of the 80th ult. := -" It is necessary now to announce tocur renders that the flhereholders, ftta-Bpecial eenera! meeting lately, pat<Bed a t&olution for winding up the Mfaire.of the Mmpany,, which was coufirmed at»*Mbie^uiStit7'ttieet ing; and it remains only'trf PKpren a Imps that wiili the carrying out oftlyi feliplutlon,, J will cud all feelings of reKOtm?JJt?f diBsatis faction, and tlint those who liave contributed. ; the mean* for carr/ing«n.tlf< cppwaByplU v consider. themselves; compensate*]tytbe ;,J gooil that lina been cmHtted^ aqd tfleponvic- '|j tion that they .uughtanil Cont ended only for M the public welfare and tbp prosperity of Quee...

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The Empress of the French. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

The Kmpregs of Uic French. The most popular lad; in Franco is the Empress, says the London Budget. She is benignant, intellectual aod handsome. Her beauty is a style that will not fade. She is really a woman of talent. She is the wisest and most practical of the Imperial advisers. Slie aits at the Council hoard, and discusses with the ministry matters of: ctataj She has ofteu resided aa Regent, in the absence of the Emperor. She is prompt and efficient, pre sides with great tact, and holds tlia Imperial Senate sharply to the questions her husband wishes discussed. She is tall and genteel in form, a complexion of alabaster whiteness, and a taste in dressing:that the word elegant fitly represents. Were she dreused as plainly as a governess, and bore no insignia of ro ,'alty abont her, the Empress would be at once selected (n the midst of a thousand French women, by her personal appearanoeaod taste (ndicatadin her dress. She Is an aotire friend to all forms of want; she goes the round ...

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Land Granted under The Land Act of 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Limit Granted miliar ' Tfce Land Act of I86§. Tlie following particular! respecting ttio amount of land granted to appiic&utb under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1668, it the various Ihim] oRicea throughout the colony, up to Friday, 20 tb instant, will.310 duubt be interesting to many of our render*. In the Maryborough district, applications for 533 acres of Agricultural, 825 acres of firel-class pastoral, end 1380 acre? «f aecond class pastoral land, have been granted; in the llncitliampion district, 0550 acres or agriculturalj Iiuucn district, itJOagrea of agricultural, 200 acres of firm-class pastoral, and (i40 acres of second-class pastoral,. No returns of application! made at the jaod agencies at Gladstone, Clermont.Macliiy, Townsvillc, and Rurke Town, had been re~ ccived at the bead office, in Urisbnnfci Hp to Friday last, Tue total amount of agricul tural land prauled in Clio nortfcerfldistricta i<i 7543 acres"j uf first-clatis pastoral 1andr 525 iicics...

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The American Railway Constructor. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Tbe American Railway Constructor. The Ouion Pacific Bnilroad present! an ex ample of rapid construction unparalleled in the history of an Awsrioan railway formation, much less our own. Granted that the lines in tbe States are for the most part less substan tially made than ours are, still we could not construct them eron In a similar manner in the same time. Much of the material Is so _ Well to hand, and there is such ample room for whole troops of workmen to more In, that with discipline and order the progress made in this class of work ff really astonishing. On the 6th of May. 1866, forty miles of the Union i Pacific Eailroad wen completed, but in 182 working day" tram that dale 245 miles more j were laid out and put in prime condition, every rail, sleeper, atd spike being brought up from tbe rear. On the 1st January, 1867,80S miles of this railroad were completed, and by Junt last 500 miles were in working ondfer. One uld have supposed that this rate of progresa would have confut...

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The Cotton Crop in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Tlie Cotfam Crop In Queensland. The Logan correspondent of the Courier writesThe cotton crap is now pretty nearly over, and the reoent mail news has put cotton growers in better heart The alluvial lands of the Logan, I am sore, will never prove to be cotton lands anything at all like the limestone bottom lands of West Moicton, where I am told & bale and a-half have been gathered from the aero. This experience only further con firms the leng established results in America, where the rich alluvial lands are always de voted to sugar, corn, and tobacco, whilst back wards, on the rolling limestone lands, cotton and nothing elie bnt cotton was ever attempted. It succeeded so well, could be kept so clean, was so far back as to havea more distinctive ripening and reaping season than on the river alluvial*, ao much so thnton good cotton lands in America one hand could often gather one hundred and fifty pounds or cotton in a day; the cotton ripening and bursting more regu larly than o...

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OUR FOOTPATHS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

OUR FOOTPATHS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Timet } ' SIR.-Jn y'.urUst ifstio you very,properly o:i1 Joi! (Utciilinii to the maimer in which draymen nrn) h> rscmcii titse the footpaths us though liiry were portions uf tho streets set Mp.«rl fur their Fpccial use. I think, how ever, that you pint to the xfrong B'>tirce for a remedy, when you called the attention of the Municipal Council to the infiHcr, Tlic remedy wiili tho police, who, I um fui« will d<» their duly in this rcBpeot. The 15th clause «'f l)w Towns' I'ylico Act 2 Victoria No. 2 from which ihu fallowing is ancxtract, is ftufliciciitly explicit upon the euhject: " ]f niiy pers >n shall diive nny waggon carl, dray, or blud^e, or other carriage or nny 1i'i^r>lic*n«l4 c«*Mt or barrel or ahull will, fully lead, drive or ride uuy horte, aha or mule uf nther beaut upon any uf the foot w.iya fif..ivsdi'] then and in every »uch ense t-very p«'ia<«u ko olfrndiug upon conviction before nny Jn...

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Correspondence. THIS LATE CASE OF CATARRH. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

(Coins-'Gi.iinitc. THIS LATE CASE OF CATARRH. ( To the F.'lilvr of the Examiner and Times ) Slis,-My nltniti«>n Las bci-n directed to a pHiM ir.i|.h in tin; Argus on the recent ouU InciU «>f c:;tiirrh on thu U'lSHjjtbul Hun, which O'M.iiii., fi'icll :1 ^liaiMitt'Ci i>f fact^ ili.it I <!«'. nj it roy duty l<> mrroct it, «.oi fiiiin iiny (v.ir iliu! tl.tr ]>;tWic in llic vicinity nf Warwick t-h -nit! I>e iniKh'd by »ny re-? uMrki* OJJ oi.yiljiiiif <oinn'cU'<J with my <!i-|> iri>n:Mit 4-iuhi-atifioin surli a quarter, but It'tft it bu the iucuui* of uaalcadiug ll,n-e at a diftnrcc TiiC ;ii !ict<' in question is a tjpsue of false , hood* from bcgiuidng l<> cud in so fat as it j rd Mrs to nif, I It is itot (rue that 1 " arrived per coach on Saturday,'' &c. It is not true ihnt I " n|»poaro<] to have in) lixmi i<!<>.» ws io the U11o of actio...

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