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Prison Labor put to Good Account. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

l'rWoi* liitbor pat to Good Account,, A very expressive and forcible paBsago of. Holy writ is that in which it is said, " Men do not gather grapes of thorns, nor figs of thistles," but our South Australian neighbors seem to be endeavoring to reiute that appar ently irrefutable proposition. Those "ill welds'* that fill our gaols " grow apaoe" there as elsewhere, but it is some compensation (or keeping a«d feeding them to be able to make them grow something else also, and especially such a valuable crop as that, the culture of which is described in the following artioie from the Adelaide Obtervtr of the 2ftli June "Seven years ago the Sheriff, Mr. W. B. Boothby, found' a difficulty in providing fur the light-sentenced prisoners detained in the .Adelaide Gaol employment of suitable oharac-. 'ter. The park lands adjoining-bare and un inviting-offered an excellent field for experi ment, and, with the concurrence of the Cor poration, gaugji ^ere engaged in trenching ' and preparing it lor...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Courier.) TOOWOOMBA. July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

UTKST I'ELKGIlAPKrC NEWS. {From the Courier.] TOOWOOMBA. The Awices commenced lo-day, before His Hon >r, Mr, Jiibticu Lutwydie, Mr. iiirbt probecuied on behalf of the Crown. WNamura wa« convicted of larceny, nnd sentenced to iwelv« mouths' imprisonment. Geary war found iMiilty of horFe.ste;ilin«i, and sentenced to two year»* imprisonment. The C.ibd auainat 1'hoe be Uellingltam, f >r iDlftiiticidp, whs |>uat)Mneii until next us.-oz"h, an medical evidence whs givrn lu ilio effect thtl the priputier was loo ill to blarnl her trial. There were no other criutjiml cases, and j to civil cabcs on the list. I

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Improving Australian Wines. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Improving Australian Wines. From Adelaido comes a telegram to the cffect that a company is being formed for ths purpose ol buying up, and cellaring wines, in order that these may be placed under tbe superintendence of some skilled person, who shall proporly pre. pace aud mature tliem both for the borne and local markets. The project is so good that it can not lielp but BW-'et with many supporters, The eoDBtaut complaint is, not that we cannot gfow good nine, but that there i» so little uniformity in Ibe vines prodused. You got from a dealer a quantity of excellent vine, aud after enjoying it very much, recommending Lt to. your friends, an4 expatiating generally upon the duty of Australian nine-drinking, you find yoti cannot by any means g$£ any more of Die same kind. The dealer bus fifty excuses In.explanation of hip difficulty, and an many regrets as excuses. But you ate die catistiedfor all that. You know you can got exactly tbe same quality of European nine* ob ever you require t...

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MARYBOROUGH. July 14 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

MARYBOROUGH. July 14 Thirteen south boa Inlan<ie B Arrived in town to-day front They Buy that th**y are g'»itjg lo Jiriubaue, to nee 0-«p taiu Uudh Lewiu.

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Victorian View of the Queensland Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Yivlorlan View or the UiiL-eiihluiiil iaoldtieldei. The astonishing richness of tlic Queensland gold field* j* more completely established with every week's experience. The alluvial deposits, winch first nttructed attention, were soou worked out, and nlthougli a new rush was set in to MoriuUh, where about 4dwt. to the dish well reward* the digger'* labor, permanent prosperity is not looked f>r from this hource. It ia froiu the golden reefs of the district that lasting benefit is. expected, and judging fir-un present appearances, that expectation will not be disappointed. Home <-f the quartz seems strung together wi'h the precious metal, and so largo iiro the returns from imperfect crush ings, Hint more than one correspondent best* Utfta to state them, lest bis story should eecm incredible. We arc, however, reliably informed that seven hundredweight of picked atone yielded 1.300oz. of gold. This, of course, docs not go far towards exhibiting the general cha racter of th...

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TAROOM. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

TAROOM. July 14. In the Leifihlinrdt election the following returus have bueu recuived : It»yds. Hodi'son. Mount Hut ton Euroomtab Tun mm Banana... KneUwonh Gtihbfurd Nebu ... Sjiriugsure Atbiuia Dowua T..t*l 33 33 The return from the Nulalhin, Inglewnod, and Junction Inn pnlliog-placen have nut yit hern received. There ia nu piubability <if any votes having been polled at the two | litter |iIhc««. Tim returns from ilieni «re expectrd on the 20lh innlniit.

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The Geological Features of the Gympie Gold-Field. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

X li«*. VeitloKieHl l i'ulurch of (lie (?}ui|iie 4»<>Itl-Flclil. Mr. Aplin, the Government Geological Sur veyor, lias presented his report on the appear* $HCO .of the country about the ('ympie gold. Thu report in. iUelf is too lengthy for out present issue* We therefote give the following remarks, which are taken from the concluding pari of (he report: For cxcccding richness In patches of limited extent, tlia quaiti recfa of Gym pic have, per fcap*. never l*eco surpassed, if equalled, ty (hose of any oilier gold-field, parcels of from fiix to eight bundiC'l weight having vieldud from one-tenth to, one-six,tU of their weight in gold. Largo quantities of gold have aUo been obtained from time to time by hand-crushing m a mortar, indeed, to, a great many in VtaoceB, Iha loiDtn appaar to have been able to obtain from their quart* claims the means of paying their working and other expanses, without the A&ufitAnco of machinery, in a Mianner ab >ut as ready as from ...

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SYDNEY. July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

SYDNEY. July 13. The runh to Gyni|iia still coutiuuex. The A.S.N. U".'d ufficue were lulibe! laat nitlit. The e.tfm were upeued, aud abnut £50 abstracted, The Governor his had a wurm toceplioa lit Albury. The Li J j Biwen has sailed for Brisbane. July 14. The City Bnuk liae declared a dividend of eight jier cent. AD exlraordiuBriiy rich quart r reef has lieeu discovered at the Ojiliir ^old-field.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

^.Imcrfiscinrats. WAKTED. AOnnS M«n COOK. Apply at tlie Cri terion Hotel. 714 j WAStU, ' ! AtADT who bas bad long experience in Tniilfir, is desirous of obuiaiog a situ ation m IU-side'nt Gorerneij. Addrets * fi. 8." Pont-offioe, Brisbane, 736 . Wanted, TBNOBRS for Splitting 2B.000 (tntnlj-eii 1 tlwini) Ii«a Siii: Aaply to JOHN BUGOES. ,' 749 Criterion Hotel. STOVIVK. I the vndarslgned, -do liercliy nntlmrlne > Itenrx, Charles Clark & Co., t» collect all my outstanding AOOOUJI CS, aud tbelr receipt nil! lie * fall discharge in my nec.uut. WILLIAM G1LLA5I. ? Warwick, June 6tb, 1868, 738 NOTICE. CATA KEll has broken out In two Flocks of S!ioe|> at Pike'* Crack. The S»<itli .eaxlero pirt oT tlie ftun bas Imen placed (n Quaraotiue. 742 BBODIE to XJOODRTCir. CATARRH ti*s broken out in one flock of 8H KKP at Toolburra. Tlie ahtep ba«e all been daatmyed. LBONAKD E. LE8TKR, ',787 Manager. VmI-VKW Car Male. A good strong 8CKEW WOOLPMISS, well-adapted for nrsmiing wou...

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CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

CALENDAR FOB JULY. Moon'* Chang* TM Mti .D 5tfa .J Mft.ni. Qtiatir «.ri. New lluon S0th...6'8 «.m. I«t Qe*rtrr S7«b...0-3 A.m. Bub Ki^et. Hda. j l«t da;... «'M 6*M 1 ath " ... «'&« A-ie I Iftlh " ... 6-52 61B 2ioA 649 S M 7 8 9 10 US. 18 8. IB Sun 80 M. To. W. Ta. V. 9. Sun VI. To. W. Tb. V. Victoria separated from N.S.W., 1851 Sir Robert Peel Hied, aged 62, 1850 ijeichbardt search party started, 1805 American independence declared. 1776 Foubtu Senhay aitsb TIUSITV California annexed to U. States. 1846 Sold discovered in Victoria, 1861 it. Battle of Padnwa, 1666 Maaaacra of Oiiriatiana in Syria, 1R60 6, Landi Brat leaned in Taemaiiia, 1828 Cawarrk" a.s. fmindend, 1866 Firrn FDNDAY APTEB TRINITY Alliaa PTACimted tbe Crimea, 1816 Bnnd. School Union Jubilee. Lond. 1853 Fiisltint, uf Victoria sworn in, 1851 Duastroua Fiouda in N.S.W., 1861 29. Dr. Tlwmaa Diok died, 18S7 fl.W. co»at of New Holland disc,, 1622 SIXTH SUNDAY aftcb TBINITV Garibaldi look Naplea. 1660 Robert Biroa die...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

TOE tomhtci" ault Ciiitrs is pcblibhed rN Warwick Rvery ttTIIRDAV tlORWIIVCi, (nllrae for the OutguinK Mailt*. The «Rionnt of Subscription is F1V K .BILLING S per qunrtur, in all caeca in Ml ranee. Single copies, SIXPENCE, SCAM OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING s. 4, 1 0 2 0 G T*o lines TeWi" Bin dn Eigbl da a 0 ffwy Additional six lines or under la. Disoopm , On 18 eonsecntive insertions 20 per cent, tfi ., " 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their face the number of times they are to be in verted; if dent in without tliin specification, ®«ch advertisements will be inserted until todntermanded, and charged for accordingly. ' -All AdveriUcmcnta imiBt be sent in not later, thpn 6 p.m. on Fridays. ?, Offlsrs for withdrawal or alteration must be ffon-aobsoribers' advertisements most be JtaU for fttavtona to Insertion. .firrisgea, Births, and Deaths, 2s. per < inertlM. ; 1 .AGBNT IS SYDNEY- i ' Hptttt. Oordonand Gotcii, George-street AGENTS IK tyUSBANE : Mr. Q. D. Wi»ni«oN. S...

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Cotton Market. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

|r ' Catted Market Tbfi iXvtrpool Daily Commercial Rtp< rl Of th« .fwraoon of M»y Si, report* the Ssnrket mi th»l d*y flat anil irreRuhr Amerionn cotton fruaotH lit 10}d. to 12}il.; Iqiillu, 184. to 2nd. Thn London Obtir. vtr rsporU tbe Uverpool market very T*ri .Ma, owing to MI Inoorttion that lrro»»o tf un» ulull Iw titled on c»«h paymeuti. Tl>« »ilb jonroal of ,II»y 16, reports tbe Bmrket M hiring *ti opw»rd leadeocy.

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London Wool Market.. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

ftiondon Wool market. The poblio talcs of colonial woxlx, that coatiueooed here uu (be Mill ih«txul, are jUDgressiuk Willi niure spirit, and at bttlrr prices tlian on the opeuing day; and iu many cases an advance of 6 per cent, in now established on Ibe elnaioK rates of laat March asles. Foreien buyer' are in great (me, and operate freely. Jut the extra qualities of combing Port Philip wools the competition between French buy era |g more general than hitherto, but coarse and half, bred hinds ere still divided among the home trade, and are equally in improved demand. Few Belgian buyora are here yet, but for PrUxaUn aooount the purchases of Gape wools bare been already unusually import ant. A fine selection of Australian washed wonla lias already appeared; middle classes . J<t Purt Philip flreeea ehoW little advance in value, but deep-stapled, cross-bred, and also extra flocks are fully Id prr lb. higher than March. Lorrbi are plentiful and in request. Unwashed of faulty sl...

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ANTLCATHOLIC RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

AWTiwCATHOUO RIOTS. On Stfpjtoy. jfcy 10,the boroagh^f Aah toa4&Wrl!y4q phe Uiy*ccuB vi. great riot ing oUturp*i»w< siting ulit tt lbs spirit .agBqaciM^ieWreeii the Rnallah Pmtdtantg «ld Lrieh <Roft»Mit*t» by the lecture* of tbe .jellJtat'Wfc'Mr.Mutpliy. A junction of! proceeaioua from Dukitificid, Stalybridge, end Aaii"mt lrt»Wt>V "teen farmed, ttfo of the principal -1M%ui)in .lyf**.' attackn.il, andthofitrtiftUri Vtai'deetttiyed lu tilt) liuuee*, of Che tMdelif*?( 16 flu evvuiii^ fiuOBJ-r'a Gatho'la iiVUp^l actio* il «u ftUtckoJ by (he «riut>,.*Mti)Uch damage ilnne.' Afitr that S ryjC»< liol i ^ chapul atail ncliaol were«$'u»ifc»tJ-,'T<w bull was suuoded to file rioiip* of ,l|ie approach *f . the aunok-' till p*Mgf *M« cnn«iilerahla form «f f M BomahlaU rallied totlefend the bpHdinga. Tbeae were *«llf irately Otrerpowered/anl n food dealof '1ti|0ty «rir sUBtataed.'.thft fit tinge *totl .hijortB 'bbfng drltnyjeir. Srtrae .ho...

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PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

PRINCE ALFRED. Australian readim will pt>i1mtjly ttifctc (hat our opening para rn/ih should refer to the distceaeiiig tiewn that » murderous oat. rage *ee .wnwlUed upon tlirir royal gueut, - the Drilce ,Jnf 8'iinhureh, when Hi« R»yal Hi"hneim wo* performing »n office of tluriiy .t Port jRclmtn. ~ It <« neeflleBS tn Kny that these lining*, which were generally diffused «n 8»tur<l»y, April 25, bat whlcli list] bew far sane hours previously 1ti p iHsrsslon of the MthorUra, c«tee l * deep *>rr<iw, partly on account of the perii to the t'iSnee end of the alarm to the Queen. eud.patUy by reason of our earnest syiniMtl.y with the l.iyal culo. nists, wh"4e splendid hoepiulliy hid been Interrupted Sn »«tintnward * manner. The Prince being r<:p"rt«il out of danger, ml (lie IndUtnatlon of~XtJ«trnlii bavin# given place to | eitll poblelr fetiliiije, which in manifested la perhaps » tpore admirable dfiiinqitfalluu thai) ^ra» «»er aBojrtfd as (he ...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

TO ADVI'UTISKKS. The attention of Advertisers it respect fully drotm tn ovr Stole of Charges, as announced in the first column of the first pugt, at in future the prices will be strictly adhered to, ejcept in catet of continuous advertisements, which may be inserted under special agreement. n. A COWTON, SAML. IRWIN.

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The Presbyterian Synod. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

The Presbyterian Ji|MC The General A««embly of tho PresbJrt«r!*S Church nf Qneewdand met ID Brisbane cm I Tuesdny and Wednesday last. Th ) fie*. Mr;' STGavin, M.A., win appointed Moderator ,ft>r the preaent yenf. The iidial routine buSjUeas .u transacted, and inmt Interesting and eslisfuctory statements were male respecting, the progress of the Olmrch. Tlre nirniMw- W Churche» in the colon; is twelve. BffnrAtag . accomodation for 2845 Miter*. Eleven ~oon» gregationa report contribution* in 1867 amounted to £4139, as compared with ?**>?> reporting ES671 for the previous ye^tr. The total Increase ia therefore fonr congregation* . And £1168 of contributinna. The clerk reports -"Regarding tlin atnaller towns. both fill i the nrnal and in the interior. U may be ataied generally that the field of labor of each, minister ia only limited by hit tine. apd strength. In the Toowoomba charge the minister hold* service onoe a month at ten diffevent place*, and quarterly at fonr Others w...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. VIA SUEZ. From the Borne Newt. THE QUEEN AND HER MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

NEWS BY THE MAIL. VIA. SUEZ. From the Borne Newt. THE QUEEN AND )IEB MINISTERS. Tbe following statement was published in tbe Horning Advertiser of May 21: " There vu placed upon the table of tbe House of Cimmnn* yesterday the following important and significant notice by H.c re presentative <>f It may bot appear in (lie vut.es, but Mr. U 'irilen intends bringing ibe njliject bef ire I'arlia ineott-'Tu -i"k ilia iii at Lird uf the Tre.t aury whether it be true that Her Majesty tbe Queen baa been compelled, tlirm^h delicate health, to relire from En^lnrd doriOK the remainder of this reas'in ; ami, If to, whrther it in ilte intention uf liar Majesty's O iwtmoiil, out uf cmmi Uraii >n to Her Maj*«lj '« health, ciimfnrl, unil tran quility, aud in Ihn interest (if tlie lt'iynl Family aud uf Her Majesty's eulij^ctc throughout tbe empire, and especially of this metropolis, to advise Her Mnjesiy to abdicate in faVur of Hie Royal llighiieftp the Prince of W*Je*, or f» introdu...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

itoTice, Our Account* for the Quarter ending 3Oth J IT SB are now being deliuered, and j we ehttll feel greatly obliged by an early liquidation of the tame. COWTON & IRWIN.

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

fotal Intelligence. METEOROLOGIOAl, OBSERVATIONS. The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: Babomktsr. Tiiebkohftcb. MM. HIV Saturday .. 28 M J .... SUO .. 100 Monday .. S3 575 .... 656 .. (12 0 Tueiday .. 29 733 .... 68-0 .. 38 0 Wednesday 26810 .... 60 0 .. 880 Tburaday 28'82<t .... 68-0 .. 87 0 Friday .. 2ti6ia 6G0 .. M'O Rainfall since la«t (aaue nit. Parliament will assemble in the new Parliamentary Buildings, George-street, at noon on the 4th proximo. Great inconvenience is felt by p:r sons travelling between here and Ips wich by the road, as there is not a single puhlic-house alter leaving War wick until arriving at Ipswich. A correspondent of the "Q. Times" clearly points bow this may be reme died. He says:-"With regard to the public convenience, not a single licensed house of entertainment now exists on the road between Ipswich and Warwick-the result* of...

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