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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

<£ornsponfontf. (To the Editor of the Ez'imi tier and Tildes.) | SIR,-I read in the Argus »if l»bl Wednej-' , tl.ty the r.IIowiim advioo:-'* I It? should net ! kick fo viciously u»<1'(r th^ very tdiirhl loucli of itie I.jsIi," Ace. This is nddmiteil to n j gei.lleni.iti by yonrconlenipoiary; IjuI would ii nut liavu been f.»r more applicable if ad dressed Id himself? Is noi Ust week'* issue a plain example of .' pricking tlm lion with a pin <o produce a roar ?' Iliad no idea when I «hkod you the question publicly, that it would produce an answer which cannot fuil to yjve " satirf,>clionbut, Sir, docs it not make your readers emileal the; roor of iudi^uatiou which accompanies ihe reply? The grandest part of tbe joke is thai nil the bitten.ess Ami frpleen which be is belching firth in | cj ly to my inquiry, i* directed against an individual who knows imihins about who " JSiiifcfjtcimir' in. Hut it will be patent lo all thai tbis instance' of mis take...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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SYDNEY. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

SYDNEY. July ft Hi* Excellency Bar) Belmore has started on Mb tuur through (lie Biverioa District. The Florence Irving lias sailed with a large number of diggers on board, bound for tbfl Ovmpie end Jimna diggings. Duchcf has been oomniitted fur the mur . der of Crotty. Tbe Governor bai bad an enthusiastic reception in the southern districts. The Chief Justice presided l<i-d#y at the Conference on the Liauors Sale Permissive - Bill. England advices, per present mail, arc to tlie Cffcwt that Copper is firmer, T«1 low Unaltered in price, Cotton quite et former »tef, Rico one half-ppnny lower, Sheep skins ill active demand, Bark, £9 to £11 pet ton.

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THE ASSASSINATION PLANNED IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

THE ASSASSINATION- PLANNED IN ENGLAND. Communications from the Gofonial-olfice gives a new and more painful aspect to the Attempt on the Duke' of Edinburgh's lift: It appears that the would be assassin acted only as the ioBtrament of a gang of con* spiritora in this country, whose inurderOM commands be had received some time before. The circumstance shows, with portentous distinctness, bow wide-spread is the organi sation, and bow complete the unity of the . desperate band which has declared war against society. It also openB up *«Ojjfc or two other cnrlous and disagreeable flaues tions. At the late trial of Barrett'raore than one witness spoke of a leading ionapl raior named Farell or Parrel, who wasjwp posed to have gone abroad. It will lie teresting to ascertain if that person end Sydney assassin are one and the same merely associates in . dark fraternity crime. It has ulso been ftaled that D'Arcy M'Gee was murdered in obedience to instructions dispatched from New York. Should th...

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

Extract *f Brewern' Sc HABPER TWKLVETEEES' "YEAST-. BINE it superior to Brewers* Yeait or Baking Powder for tasking Light, Sweet,, and WIioIobouio Bread. It is alwaya ready and snre to set, and tbe most ignorant can not mistake in asing it. Sold in small Packets* , and Canisters by all Storekeepers. HABPER TYVELVETREES' GOVEBK-. SIENT BLAOEIK6 it deservedly popiila for Its softness, brilliancy, and enduring ' quality. Sold in Oilskin Packets, end in. Bottles liy all Storekeepers 4 and wholesale by Harper Tweveltree', vb Bromley-by-tJow London. / Printed and published by the Proprietors, Bickabd Aftleby Cowfoh and Samccl. IovrtN, at tbe Examiner and Timet Office, Albert-street, Warwick.

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

MELBOURNE. July 6. j ? The Darling grant 1B pertain lo. pass tlio "Leg&Ulive Council. July 7. Tie (tombay with {Jnglfeh mail, left the Heads it s, o'clock thiemorninp, for Sydney. The AfiBombly declines to send the Darl ing Grant Bill to the Council without re cclvinp from the Government a guaranteo th&titwlllbo pwaod.

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. VIA PANAMA. (From the Courier.) THE FEELING IN ENGLAND WITH REGARD TO THE ATTEMPTBD AS SASSINATION OF THE PRINCE. London, Saturday, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

NEWS BY THE MAIL, VIA VAKHTHA, (From the Courier.) THE FEELING IN ENGLAND WITH REGARD TO THE ATTEMPTBD AS 8ASSINAT10N OF 7HE PBIl^CE. London, Saturday, M*y 2. ? The burning Indignation whjoh the etf tempted assassination of Dutte oT EdijT' burgh excited thmugboutthe whole ot AM' tralusia has certainly met with a like 'M presBion here; but it Is hoped tbat tbejMU ntug appeals for merpy that have been (hard at home will, if made in this Case iq^mew South Wales, be, as they oaglit, diindjnila.l. The Fenians think the end jimUgeitlie means, and to attain their endawhey <lo not scruple at crime! which^lf per mitted u> go unpuulshed,would*»oon all-, solve society into its original elerfents/when every man woujd execute bis own Vengc^ ance. Old societies dare not submit to euoh tyranny, and new ones cannot nfford It if they place any value upon aSSirity and pro crcsB. Tills country, hoi^er. nts confi dence in the loyally of Nw SiiUtb Wales* as well to the Crown as tRU6 and' o...

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

ADELAIDE. July C. I - Ad injunction JIBS been granted to pre Tent the Ven. Archdeacon Marryat from discharging the dtitieB of the office to which be has recently bean appointed.

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

COMMERCIAL. June descriptions of wool tire quoted at Id per lb. higher. Colonial securities are still advan-, cirw. ?Consols are quoted at 94. . ,

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

SHIPPING. The liarmodiouB has awed for oris-* bane.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1868. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Courier.) GAYKDAH. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

(foiiinincr unit (finus. SATURDAY, Jui.v II, 1808. 1, ATM ST rELRGMPlI) C N15WS._ (from tie Courier) GAYKDAH. Julv 7. The Queensland Jockey Club raceti com menced tu-day, an J wire succcsful in all rc SFM'Clg. Tljc rotalt of Hie difi'cir.ut erents was as follows; DISTRICT HANDICAP-Why not 1,1'rcmier 2, Uunyfoot 3. MAIIIUS TLATK-Woodbine 1, Hermit 2, Jack % OoEmTUiN Cur-Cbauccllor 1, Centipede 2, Uitreb'incs 3. IUCK HUKDI.E B»CE-Italty 1. In the race Tor the Maiden I'late Gossliawk full, »ud broke bin leg. I

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

EOCKUAMPTON. July 0. Tiie ronultof the polling for the Leichliardt election, at Springsure, is that twonly.five Tff.li'UBlfg J*L'gn Pillcii fcr Uod^son, and llnrUicii otlTeV ri!ibl\;l> TTrT" not in^et.

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

MARYBOROUGH. July 6, i 'flic Diatnantlna, Sasonia, and B.ilclutlm hare arrived with about two hundred diggers tin board. The reefing intelligence from Gymjiic continues to bo encouraging. Four cwte. of picked Btone from the Cale donian Reef liaTc yielded bix hundred and forty-one ozs.

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

IBistcIIawous. FLOGGING ABOLISHED.-Tiic two new Acts of Parliament to abolished flogging in tbe army and navy have just been printed, and by spcclal enactment corporal punishment in each service was discontinued from the 3rd April instant, when (be statues received tbe royal assent* In the 22nd sectiou in chapter II of the act 31 Yiot,, which relates to tbe army, ard tho 27th section of the following clinpter, on the navy, it is declared that DO court martial shall have tho power, " in timo of peace/' within the Queen's dominions, to order corporal punishment; but on active ser vice the punishment may be inflicted for cer tain offences in cither service therein speci fied. In Philadelphia, six women physicians re turn incomcs ranging from 2000 dollars to 10,000 dollars a year. In Orange, New Jer. soy, there is anothor, whose annual income ranges between 10,000 dols. and 16,000 dols In New York there is one whose incomo is rarely less than 20,000 dols. a year. Some of those physician...

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LATEST SPECIAL. LONDON June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

LATEST SrLCIAL. LONDON June 11. The Ministry were defeated again on Mr. Gladstone's Suspensary Bill by a majority of 45. A committee of Inquiry into the Naturalization of Foreign en question lias been appointed by Lord StanleyjM Russia repudiates any intention ofT making further conquests in Centraf Asia. The Scotch Reform Bill is progres sing through committee. resident Johnson has been acquitted on the second Q.nd third counts of the indictment against bira. On the others, the two-thirds majority necessary to give the verdictB force have not been obtained, and the Court has adjourned indefinitely. Secretary Stanton ha> resigned, and General Thomas has been appointed hi6 successor.' The Government has declared in the House of Lords its aestfe lobfflsten the. dissolution of Parliament Parliament has adjourned for die holidays. The French Senate has passed a Public Meetings Bill. The Grand Jury have rejected the bill against Governor Eyre. Chief Justice Cockburn has expressed the ...

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Walking and its Uses. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Walking and lis Uses. Dr. A. L. Wood, in the Iforald of ITcalth, gives the following sensible advice on walk ing; Exercise is absolutely ltidispensiblu to the physical well-being of man, \v;iiking is one of the most useful of tho various modi!* of exorcise. As a people wo lido to much and walk too liLtlc. If we ore in the country, and have a inilo or two to go, we wait perhaps long enough to walk the entire diss tanco-f<»r a horse to he got ready, and then sit lazily in our soils while the animal carrics 11s to pur destination. If we aru in the city ond have a few blocks to go, wo get into a ; omnibus or a horse ear and nit our j- urn^y ' out, just as though we were not created with j legs the same us homes are. The nation's legs are rapidly diminishing in size for the want of cxercise, henco the demand for false ' calves and for easier modes of locomotion is ou the increase : go, also, is dyspepsia liver com plaint, general debility, and other physical derangements, whic...

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

GENERAL SUMMARY fler Majesty is in Scotland. ? 1 The Prince and Princes of Wales occupy Windsor Castle. The late American Minister, Mr. Adams, took leave of the Queen on the 13ih May. _ In reply to the address irqm Parlia ment to the Queen in reference to the attempt to assassinate the Duke of Edinburgh, Her Majesty said that the attempt had only seemed further to arouse the loyalty of her Australian subjects, as shown in the reception accorded to the Prince. The debate in the House of Com mons respecting the Victorian crisis is postponed, pending further news from Australia. The debate in the Lords, on the same subject, waB resumed. The Lord Chancellor said that the Victorian Legislature had a perfect right to vote the Darling grant if the Constitution granted to the colony were anything better than an imposi tion. , ., The Education Bill has been with-; drawn, alter having been read a ee- i oond lime. Mr. Gladstone's motion-that tbe Irish Church be abolished, due regard being had ...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

THE.HEW STAMP DUTIES. "« s « Bio following duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which came Into operation ont th* 1st November last:- £ *, d Drafti and Promittory Nofri, For every £60 and under, and every fractional part of £S0above 0 10 Billt of Exchange.-{»ingle) ditto, ditto .. M .. ., 0 1 0* Ditto Foreign (if drawn fn Beta of two or more), cach, for every £50' 0 0 0: Rcceipti.-For all sums of SO*, sad upwards, each 0 0 1 Cheguet or Ordcrt.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 t Bank Notet.-For every £100 of the average annaual circulation 8 0? 0 Decdt of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and under .... 0 7 Br Above, and not exceeding £100 ,, 0 is flj. For every fractional part of £100 ? ? "bow .. 0 35 0 Agreement!.-Of the value of tt and upwards .. 0 4 6 Vote.-Where letters are produce! *n fenrt to prove agreement. It sS* will be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 6». Billt of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 1 O For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent...

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Gold-Field Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

CaOld'FicId Etegulatiens. Intending diggers will probably peruse with interest tho fallowing regulations: Commissioner entpowei ed to make temporary rules-The OnviiibM'tner may at auy lime make Kiic-h temporary rules or ord'.-rs, not in- ! consistent with the Act 20 Victoria, No 29, or with these Herniations as he may couniiur ue Ccssurv for regulating the mode of wa^hins at any stream or waturhulc, for the prevention Or injury of a pubic nature by the deposit of tail ing6 ur refill- fiom any cradle, turn, sluice, of crushing machine.. Commissioner empowered to decide disputes. -Tho Omimis.iioner sh.ilJ have power to de-, cide upon aud -make any necessary order iu any dispute ilint may ari^c iu any matter con nected with the gold fields management, and not herein provided for; but no such decision or order shall he inconsistent with these Regu lations. or with the Aet of Parliament 20 Vic-! toria, No 29. A pi >oin(ment of Assessors,-In any case of j dispute or otherwise in which ...

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The Royal Agricultural Society's Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Tlie Royal Agricultural Society's Exhibition. The annual exhibition of the Royal Agri cultural Society <>f Queeimlaixi whs held at tbo yards iu j)a!l>y, on Thursday last. It has not been expccted for tome weeks tlmt the sliow this year would be u succusn, but the least sanguine ucver anticipated that in its principal feature, namely, the classes of sheep, it would be so complete a failure as it has unfortutistciy proved to be. The cause of this non-success is, however, well known, and does not arise out of any circum stances over which the society or the manag ing committee hud any control. Tlie fact Is not to be denied that flockmasters are uneasy respecting tho Cumberland disease, and it or catarrh, is admitted to he far more preva lent on the Duwns tlmn was anticipated. The quectiou as to whether tho precautious of not sending sheep to the exhibition arose from unnecessary fear of contagion insy be left to those more immediately concerned. So far as regards the e...

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The Cape River Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Tike Cajie iCivcr DlggliiK«< j The following account of (Vie Cape Hirer diguing*, has Ih»<:» received by Mr. Boyd, of Oxley creek, from n friend who haw boon a couple of niontlif on the cold-fieM. ll is dated from (iehnns Flat, Cape Hirer dia lings, .Tune B :-41 Of c-mrtse you will ii.ive noun ihc new^nper rcj oris about Uuk place. 1 have not, but 1 believe there has hfcn no end of ' blowing' annul it, and as far us I can yet tec, there its little or nothing to blow about. There has been no new giound opebed since I arrived, except the so-called 4 Doap Lead/ where lite sinking i« from 30 to 00 feet, G inched of wathdirt, one penny weight nf gold to the bucket on ihe patch (ub'>ul the best of it). and about ten duffer* to one with gold. One claim washed n first load of dirt for fifteen pennyweight, at 47 feet sinking through a cement hill, very hard stumping, fight to leu pick points per day. Tnc creator population, which is es timated ot 2000 to 2300 (half C...

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