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The Settlements at Carpentaria. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Tbe Settlements at Carpentaria. A correspondent of the Courier gives a very clear ami concise description of the Kcttlemeuts of the Gulf country, from which we extract the following Swkch's Island.-Swei»r*«t Island is eitu ute (l iny mile* fr<>ni tho Albert River Bar, N.N.IW Oa tho ielan«1 there are about tliirty-Hve reMdentF, thirleeu houses, one tine hotel lately erected hy tho well-knowa and far-famed Gurry, ]«iie of fttirie Creek. Messrs. Klti«, Road, and On,, havo erected a line store; tho rest of the ho'isce, with the exception of the Custom IIou*>e, are pri vate residences. The country on the island i* high; tho western end of the islaud is open country, consisting of wclU erased, rolling downs ; tl.o ea*t end is tim bered with *tiinte<1 yuuis and box trees; tho soil is of a rich description. The inhabi tants of the i»l;tnd huvo always & good supply «*f vegetables, groivu by two cuter prising Chinamen. Huukk T< wn.-Huike T&am...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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QUERY? (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

QUIIliY? (To the Editor of the Examiner and Tines.) Sin,-Cun you infoim me (and by doing so j yon tvffj nigo inform tlic pnUic) If <!io iejK.it now current i« coricct, vie 'lint Ctia late Scab Inspector *»f the Darling Dowtm Applied <'> Mr.tinrdon, tlio present Chief Inspector wf Sheep, f«>r a "billet" am*! wan refused; awJ lliut ilie late Ihipcctor'immcdiately entered into ppucuiniioti ana "scribbling adventurer/' Atid tonk a ** r.tsli vuw" that he would not let the Chief luhpcctor or any uf hi* friend* rent (juicily, but would in futnru thunder forth all ilie iuveciives that could bo poffeihly jimbkd together iu hi? mid bis fiii>nd*' leading nrti clew, uniil lie had -fctitirely rooted th«»ae who refused his applicaiiou out of (Neoluny (if he could)? Yours, &c" . SATISFACTION. [We jo not $M»!f tbe*o q»a*liotii oug}<t to be angered tli'i-oiish the c<luwiis of a news. -Eu, Ez* and 2*.]

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EARTHQUAKE AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

KAKTHQUAKE AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. A ilrcrnlful carlluj'iaku Ins tiken place ni j tin; »S.unl\vicli Munis Ai Wiiryohu.i, tlio | I'iutli was uprijctl in imply plaoi'i. A ti«]u 1 , \v:ivu rijsi; hixly Cvt ulmvu thu <vic«»:uMUt ! ,lre<?s for h quaiter »»i a mile iiil.unl, aworpihif hucuHii iK'iu-g, horses, iiful cvciylliiiu' l- fno it. A tcrrilfle hIjoc'c of an puriiiquulic protr IrHtmi cluiiolios, hnu&'-s ainl hilled uuny per* ?ons. In nil ono-lHiuJic«] lives, and u thuu Bai,d cattle WHO l tbt. A ennioal i.«l;unl rose nwldt'tily from the sea, cmiuin^ a column «»f tuuuke. Numerous land bliJcti have <tcuire<l.

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LATEST FROM ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

I.AVrcST FliOXI AliVSSlNIA. .Sir li'HHMt Napn-r w.is <X|mmW'J Id ttart fur (ia' It"<J Sea C-ttt-t nn th<* 25tlj May Afurdio ctiplurc 4«f Mupl.ila ilni town wxh r;iZL'<l (o tl*o Guns, inorlar.s, i uu<J ss wi'i'u nil r.iyo.l. j Tim wlilnw 4*f Thi'uiliirus \vn8 escorted to i the Ti^rc country l>v (jciiisrul Napier.

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

Colonial Items. Tiib Latb GALLANT Com^'ct r>r CAP White.'-It tWee us (ftocihampton Bulletin) ureal sntitifacMon to lie able to in form out rpftdeta that (lie paUant conduct t»f Captain White, M(intiucr of (lie Hank of New South Wales in this town, iu his brush wilh the bushran^cra at the Corriu Hotel, lias attracted the favorable nolico of the Government, who are about to present him with a double-barrelled iier-dle-nun. with amuniiion and necessary implumeeta, aa a token of their hk'h appreciation of conduct so meritorious. Tho lan^ua^e in which »he approbation of tb« Government if conveyed must he highly {gratifying to CtpUlu White and hi« numerals friends. We understand that the Directors of the Dank of New S'tUlh Wales have beenm imprew^d with t'oa uncommon gallantry of Captain White oil the occasion referred to that they have voted him a Jiandcmme aemce of plate, which will arrive here by the BalcJutha. I Hockhampton U not in*uusthltf to tho*c I well-merited tributes to the ...

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

Waruiolt SluiticSpal tonni'Il The f *rlnli:l»tTv mooting of Jho Council w.iH hel I mi Thursdiv last, when there ttvto jmscnl-His Woitsliip the Mayr, Aids. AijJvck, Morgan, Crutnlu-yam] llv*. The minutPH nf the previous mcetiug were (cad and confirmed. j UoiUtlfePnMU'NCl!. J The f'»)Jowiu^ eotre-p nidencc was rend: -(l)L"t t x from the C *i i«n»r to Mr. \V. ! IIill, cjf the lJolai.ii iil (Unions, iSrisbane. aaking fur an additional Mippiy of tdiade trees f »r phuiliu^ on thu Square ; (2) from B. Backhuiiae, l>q., .architect, Brisbane, respecting the plrni Jurwaided by him to (lie council t-omc time ml;", and btating if the council wished to piirchaw it, they could do so for the sum of £20; (o) from the Land* Department, stating that the application nf the Council for a piece of ground near the CjinUiuin-j for a Slaughter Kest?rrc liud ocen takeu into consideration, and 20 acres mmu* tho Uvtuvloiy utould W gTuaud for thai purpose. Aid. Ji jss moved, in connection Willi the letter c...

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The Bog Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

The Itog Act, It Is Intimated by tiio Government Oa-. telle, from lime to time, tliat the provi»i»us of the Dag Act liuva been extended to. ecr. | twin towns in the colony, but it does not appear that I lie measure is applied with mucli strictness anywhere. A few month* ; ago there were loud and frequent complaints ] In reference to Ilia dog nuisance in (lie I metropolis, and also in Ipswich, but" llife p.illce seemed to to treat tho matter with groat coolness, and with a ricurcd of calm indifference which showed that tliuy con sidered the annoyance to which the citizens were subjected, beneath their notice. Now, Uowever, when the nuisance, though Mill very apparent, is not so iutulerab'e as it Was o few months ago, Ihc p dice have nuddenly made up their minds (o exterminate the ruce of canine Arabs which mostdoconijreijata jo our streets and lanes. Tiic owners of d«i>s will, no doubt, be taken by surprise, ami piobabiy many of them will nnt lie aware of the activity of tlie poli...

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NEW YORK. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

NEW YOIUC. Mny 12. 1 he Jn:j;earhmcnt Cnminitteo u iilmul (o L'ivi' its lU'ciKiun. Tiji; g'Mii-r.il belief id that the I*ro^i*K»ut will to u< quitted. .

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

Jpucrlismunts. WA.KTK0* ATteapectabJe GIRL at Under KUUSE. Apply lo MRS. DEUCHAR, 743 Glctigallati. WAKTttfft, AGnod Man COOK. Apply at tlio Oi l - tetiott Hotel. 714 WABTfrO. A LADY who tins Imd Ion? cscppricnce in Tiiiiinn. in dt-sirous of obtaining a bitu ation as Resident Govrruets. Address "XI. S.*' Hrigljano, 7-38 WAftTEO, TENDERS for Gktlinff and DRAW! KG t/KDAtt in the LOG. State price nt per hundred feet to l>« delive'ed in Warwick* Address X. X., officc or this paper. 70C I the undersigned. do !><?n;hy nuthnrUc * Mcssi*. Cliar1"9 Olnt'k & Co., t» coHtet :itl mv «»nts'A»idiiig ACCOUNTS. nud th'«ir tocuipt »ill bu a full dipc'inrire ru tnv ticcutit. WILLIAM tilLLAM. Warwick, June fith. 3 80S. 7SS F&otn^rapby. Mfi. ALREfcT N1COL Iwip in state thai COrillS enn Mill be had by sending orders prepaid to U&lt<*\ 715 To Farmers, t'arrfcrs, Ac., Ac. TENDERS required f>r rrecting Twelve Miles of LOG FENCING according In jila1) an...

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Mails to and from Europe. NEW TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Mails to and from Etarope. KIIW TIME TABLE. The following dates are from iha P. and O. Company'* latest tlmu fiblc, nud show the ar-! range iicuts for the arrival end departure of uiallc to and from Europe, tia Sure. wliicfi will be in foico for. aoui« tnuuths to coinc at least:- ! Maim to ficcore. H Feb. 4 March 3 March HI) April 25 May 23 June SO Jnly 18 A tig. la Syit. 12 Oft. 12 Nov. 9 March 21 April IK May 16 June 13 July 11 Aug. 8 Sept. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 31 Nor. 2S Dec. 26 Mails runu iiunoi'K. E £ 2 1° »Jki td May 7 June 4 July 2 Julv 30 Aug. 27 Wept. 2* Oct. 22 Nov. 19 Dcc. 17 18G9 Jan.14 Feb.11 «£ £-® May H June 11 July 9 August G tSept. 3 Oct. I *Oct. 29 K»*. 2G Dec. 1H 18f»9 Jan. 21 Feb. 18 NOTE.-Tins difference between the tiiiw «f msil dc*paicii t>»a Southampton and Marseilles %vlll I>« six duya.

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Sport in Abyssinia. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

Sport in Abyssinia. The Time§' correspondent with the Abys sinian expedition has the following passage in a IcrC<**> "dated from Pcnafe, December 14* -. Sntnc (lockof huge hubonus mishcd the unexpected honor of being Mown to pieces by Biiti>h guns. The baboons would 1 fear have met with but little sympathy even from the Darw inians among us. for they keep up a most monotonous, unmerciful barking j among the neighbouring rocks, each nppiii- | ently celebrating Die charms of 60Qie hairy ; AiuarylU, and thev sometimes go to bed at most uumilitary hours. In the Haddas Pass some Llack*and-white monkeys wore seen, covered with a long silky hair, which will probably make the 'Abyssinian monkey mufl" the latest attraction in the London shops. But the bsbooos nern here have certainly not the tntal gift of beauty. They denerro honor able mention, however, as the only enetny who have yet ventured to oppose the progress of the IJn'ifafi force, and who- h.ivi; slioivu a ! most u...

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The Release of the Abyssinian Captives. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

The Release of tbe Abywlulan Captives. Wbea moming dawned, it fonnd the EnglUh occupying two strong positions close under (lie fortress, enxioun for another and fioa) brush with the brave army whose ac quaintance they had not had sufficient timo to cultivate the night before. Theoaoiu*. on tiie other hand, was OTganU'mg an embassy to eonvcy assurances of his friendship to Sir Robert Napier, AH the Helooahees were crawling up the hill in skirmising order, there to await events, a small party of horsemen was aeon to descend from Magdala, and wend it* way towards the English camp. With tha aid of a good glass, a white Dag of truce might bo described fluttering at its head, and the uniform of a British officer in the crowd* The news spread like wild Are, and before the group had well descended from the hill, the road between the outlying piquets and the headquarter camp was lined with spectators to hear the nows. Nor was Lieutenant Pri deaux at all reticent regarding the aecrcts of his ...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. 0 0 0 The fallowing duties are payable tmtfsr Ctra new Stamp Act, which came into operation od the 1st November last:- £ S. 4 Dra/tf and Vrtminory Nctet. For every £50 and under, end every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 Bills of Exchange.-(tingle) ditto, ditto " 0 1 ff Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or more), each, (or ever; £50 Receipts.-Vor ail sums of 80s. and upwards, each .. .. .. 0 Cheques or Ordcrt.-Ditto, Ditto 0 Bank Notes.-For every £100 of the average annanal circulation 8 Deeds of Conveyance of Property.~ For every £50 and under .. Above, and not exceeding £100 For every fractional part of £100 above Agreement*.-Of tUe value of £6 and upwards .. .. ,. Note.-Where lottcrs are proSuced in court to prove agreement, It will be sufficient for one Of them to be stamped with a doty of 6«. Bills of Lading,-or copy thereof For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent " Letuet, or Agreements for hauii -A J. uA nnAw 0 7 0 16 0 18 O ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. From the D. D. Gazette. BRISBANE. Wednesday, 8.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 July 1868

LATEST rELEGRAPJIIC NEWS, From the D. D. Oazetle. BRISBANE. WoilncHiUy, 8'10 p.m. Birley'e sawmill was burnt to tlie ground to-day. Tlio machinery was itiBUri'il iu the Lnniloo, Liverpool, an<l Globe ulfices for £1009. Tho losB is estimated at £6000. A Chamber of Commerce, bo long needed here,.has »t list boon urgauised. {From the Brisbane papert.) DALBY. June 29. Tim criminal sittings of the Western Dis ' trlet Court roromeuccd on Saturday, on which day Dick, an aboriginal, committed to take hia trial for robbery, wus released on hit) own recognizance!. A. IVUayler, ulso committed to take his trial for robbeiy, waa discharged, no bill, having been filed; as was nloo Michael But ler, committed on a chgreo of larceny. John Donovan, tried for larceny, was ac quitted. John Dfvihe, alias Parker, who was found euiliy on Friday last of bavinq stolen sixty £1 notes 1'ro.ra one Joseph Darkins, on the 28ili of April, was sentenced to fivo years' bard labor in Brisbane G«ol. Samuel...

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Forest Trees. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Forest Trees. rcoMMUNICATED.l ! Sir.-Same few weeks ago 1 sent you eomo articles on the various trees which would be useful and ornamental, cither as shade trees or otherwise. As this is tho proper season for planting trues, I send you a few remarks on that subject, which may not be out of place. UMI5 OB LINDEJf (Lelia Europe*.) | Thijs tree is one of the most beautiful for shade and ornamental purposes that can be found, It has never been much cultivated in Kngland, but is a crest favorite on the conti nent, mid in the more genial climates of Ger many and Switzerland it is very much culti vated, and in these countries there ore some of the largest specimens of this tree in the world. In Holland they not only shelter and adorn the highways, but are planted in Many towns in lines before the bouses along the streets, filling the air with the fragrance of their blossoms, and screening the passers by-from the sun, with the luxuriance of their i shade. It is peculiarly adapted for Avenue...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. The Irish Government are gradually re leasing the fVnianK who have lain in prison under Lord-Lieutenant's warrants through out the Winter. DiiniuicU O'Mah'Uiev, >vhn was arrested as the tuppoFed lica<!-rn>tre of the C«;rk district, has been set ul liberty. itr«*e <ff the Omiim? hxlccs h^vc been iif'M in nil parts of tli«» country ih/ivn T» ro. j ice over the lihri.iiiou «jf Mr. William .Johnstuu, «ud fii*woika and boufircB hare been general ID 1h« district rofiod DOWJJ Patrick for several nights. TIip lVc&hyifrian Synod t»f Dublin,which Im-l'ii " «rerl'ir/'d" by the IVe.shylrry to express its opinion upon the qucrljon of endowments, lias n'lopied four resolutions defining the position of the Irish IVephy fcri^u body* In the fourth they decl their convifliou, .' in tlie present moment, oue crises, when of our most eminent Ftatesmon have publicly expressed tbem ticlvcH in favor of a schetnc for securing roliji-ius quality by the gener...

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TERRIFIC VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS AND EARTHQUAKES. Honolulu, Hawail, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

TERRIFIC VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS AND EARTHQUAKES. Honolulu, Hawaii, April 15. The greatest volcanic eruption recorded in modern timcH liae occurred on tlie island nf Hawaii, one of the group of Saudwjch In lands. For somo time past it lias been observed (hat tlie ciater of Rilauea war very active, and that a new volcano had been formed. The volcano is the well-known Mauna Loa, and it has an elevation of 13,768 feet. On tbe 27th of March list the new eruption commenced, and has continued up to tbe latest dates. During twelve days there liave been two thousand shocks of earthquake, followed l>y fearful tidal waves, which bate destroyed entire village?, and caused the death of one hundred persons. For fifteen days the district of ICona has I been tbe centre of motion for the great erup tion, A gigaptic stream of molten lava la flowing from the summit of Mauna Loa acroei tbe lands of Kaktika and Ponkini tn j tbe sea of Kaaluala landtag. The slope and part of the summit of a mountain 1500 ...

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THE CABINET CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

THE CABINET CRISIS. At2 30 on tin morning of the lit MaV tin Houae divided on the first of Mr. Glad stone's resolves, sod the count stood as fblloWsFor the resolves 330; against the resolves 266; majority 69. The announcement of the result was re ' Solved with load end prolonged cheering trom the I/ibor*] benches. Mr. Disraeli tlieu rose, and, amid the most profottod filenoe, said this decision so altered the relations of the Ministry and the fUttss ot Commons, that the Government heeded time to consider what action it would t»ke. Be accordingly moved that the House ; adjotirn until Monday. Tilts motion ww carried, and the House adjourned, London, May i-Midnight. The BOMS of Commons reassembled tbls evening. There was a' very large at tendatico of members, and much excitement «M visible on both sides of the House, as 4t vat known that the Cabinet would offer an explanation ofitt course In the present . dfUcate Crisis of public affaire. C After the transactions of some unimpo:t (Sit ...

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ADDRESSES TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

STJUHESSES TO THE QUEEN. Inthe llouso of Lords, the Burl or Mnl tnesburj moved that we address llcr Majesty "expressing our tympatliy will) Iter on (his painful occasion, and the horror we fee] at the crime which lias been committed." Hurl Huuscll seconded the moliou, and tlie address was agreed to uoanimuusly. Ia the House ol Commons Mr. Disraeli moved.-"That a humble address be pro Moled to Ber Majesty, to convey to Her Majesty the expression of the sorrow and indignation with which this House hns learoeA the atrocious attempt to assassinate SU Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, tobUe on a visit to Her Majesty's loyal Aus tralian colonies; aud to offer heartfelt con gratulations to Her Majesty on His Royal Highness' preservation from mortal injury, and to assure Her Majesty the sympathy or this Bouse in Ber Majesty's present aaxletf, tod of tbeit- earnest hope fur the .peedy recovery of Bis Boyal Dighuess. Mr. Gladstone cordially seconded the motion .»d it was unanimously agree...

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BOWEN. July 6 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

BOWEN. July 6 ! Mr. T. H. Filfgersld, M.L.A., left for itoekhompton on Saturday last, in the Tinonec. Ha addresBed a public meeMug and attended a public dinner on Friday. On both occ^S'bIobs be was well received.

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