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THE HOUSE GUARDS AND THE MILITARY OFFICERS IN JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

THE HOUSE GUARDS AND THE MILITARY OFFICERS IN JAMAICA. There has been published a copy of extracts from correspondence which j passed between the horse Guards and General O'Connor, on the conduct of piilitary officers during the Jamaica massacres. The documents printed include letters (rom General Nelson, Captain Hole, Lieutenant Oxloy, Col. Uobbs, L'x-Govcrnor liyre, and Others, [eferring to military movements, and reporting proceedings on boili sides. Among the papers is included the fol lowing letter from the captain who superintended the execution of the wretched man who was set up as a mark for (.he soldiers to fire at: " Newcastle, Nov. 10, 18GG. " Sir,-In reply to a communica tion from the Deputy Adjutant Gene ral's .Office of tno 10th November, relative to the execution of a rebel, Arthur Wellington, I have the honour to state that Colonel Hobbs, the night bfefore the prisoner was executed, staled tljBt he intended to test the power of the |Sn field rifle at long ranges. The...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF A HAUNTED HOUSE. (From the Dublin University Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OP A HAUNTED HOUSE. {FVdfn the Dublin University Magazine.) I The child bad no idea of her having seen anything mora formidable than ? thief. With the prowling, cautions, and noiseless manner of proceeding common to such marauders, the air and movements of the man whom she had, eeon entirely corresponded. And, on bearing her porfectiy distinat and consistent acconnt. I could myself arrive at uo other conclusion than that a stranger had actually got into the house. I had, therefore, in the first instance, a most careful examination made to discorer any traces of an entrance having been made by any window into the house. The doors bat been found barred and locked as usual; but no sign of anything of the sort was discernible. I then had the various articles-plate, wearing apparel, books, dee, counted, ana after having conned over and reckoned up everything, it be came quite olear that nothing whatever bad been.removed.from,tho bouse, not was there the slightest i...

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THE DANGERS OF ARTIFICIAL CHIGNONS. To the Editor of the Daily Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

SHE DANGERS OF ASTIblCIAL ? QfflQSONS. To the Editor #fithe Datty Tdeqr-avh* SIR,-Your wi; readers, lutlo as Sbtey may at present be disposed to realise It, are undeu great obligations to'yod for the prominence you have given' to the recent discovery of the Jlangere they run through wearing the flfabtr^faahionable chignon, when, not composed of their own hair. iBpipgdesirous to verify by my own observation the correctness of what I had long suspited, I purchased at a fashionable haSr-dresSer's a chignon of very elaborate appearance, and sub milted port of it to a very careful ex amination unde^ one of Smith and Beck's, most powerful microscopes; and if you will kindly give the results to the world, they-may prove a, warn ipsto many ol your lady readers. From the mass of hair composing the chignon I selected for experiment about 150 hairs, and commenced by carefully cleansing them from grease and other impurities in a topid solution of potash, and drying them in a current of heated a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

TO BE HAD DESUHO TOE GRMD CLEARING SALE At (lie Stores of the undersigned DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO. THE GRAND aiMM© BMM WILL COMMENCE TMS& 3B)A3f» At the Stores of the undersigned DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO. THE GRAND CLEMSMQ § All At the Stores of the undersigned mil last for fliBfl IDAO MM. DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO THE EXTENSIVE ACT) IMUJTffro ST0CK OF FASHIONABLE Must be CLEARED from the Stores of the undersigned DAVIS, HARtfIS, & CO KetMenee. ' ^Sli^TtfEllEN desirous pf comfort 5dj j>ble: BOABD and RESIDENCE eta ' erith tbe»*tl»et)y applying to T^ambs cornisu. SCHOOL OF AttTS. WtJAL GENERAL MEET LjsfllMI of Ilembrre will be hrldlo the ^atojtfttwmt, on THURSDAY, May 2d. at .So'etock, p. a" for the tranaiotion or tlie tjtaneralt>Qim*Mof the Institution. 71 "a. . fywrmwiwix. t ' .'??109 - .' 6o6rtU*y. r , ?? , r . ??. i ?-ft. " Wwwldt ScIiddI of 4rl«. iOEDPTIONS became'due on. ftew SnefiftrtiM »tanked to tobtfoMtan to n WAf.TEB 8KLWAV, US Secretary. rpH...

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Reripes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

Bubks, Scilm, imd.the Tbi^thbht.-Mix oommoD kitchen witening with sweet oil, or if <mel oil t« not at hand, with water. Pias ter the whole of the barn, and ease inches be yond it.allremid, with the above, after mix ing it to the consiitonoy of common paste, and lay it on, an eighth, or rather more of an. inoh in Uiiuknesi. It acta like a charm; the Doit agonising pain is a few minutes stilled. Take care to keep the mixture motet by the application! from timt to time, of fresh oil or flrosh water, and at night wrap the whole part affected in gutta percha,or flannel, to keep the moisture from evaporating. The palient will io all prob«bility, unless the flesh be mncli In jured and the burn a very a bad one, deep, soundly. HOKE MUD* PORK Ssusiats.-Take one. third of fat, two-thirda of lean fresh pork, chop it up but not too finely, well season it with salt, pepper, and spices, pat it into a pan, and set it on hotaihes for hslran hour. Thoroughly clean the gut In wbioh the mea...

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English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

| (faifllbslj # Jfoietgit |tems. TUB QUEEN'S SPEECH.-The Royal Speech stated, that Canada, Nova Scotia, and Now Qrunswickj demand a Confederation, and a bill for effecting that purpose had since been introduced and approved. Mention is made of the Indian famine. It contains con fratulations on the suppression of 'euianismin, Ireland, and the restora tion of the Habeas Corpus Act.. Allu sion is made to the termination of cholera, and urges continued vigilance over tbo cattle plague. The notice of Parliament is drawn to the want of a pure water supply for London and other large cities. The Speech contains the usual paragraph about the Esti mates, which stales that there will be an increase in that for the army, as the wants of the nation may necessitate. With reference to Betorm, there are strong recommendations for moderation and forbearance, and hopes are ex pressed that measures may be passed which, without unduly disturbing the balance of power, should freely extend the elective f...

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Graminer and Times. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

famtiter anil Ciiucs. Thursday, may 2,1867. TitB proclamation of the Darling Downs Agricultural Reserves would appear to have been as great a surprise to those who were crying for throwing jSpen the lands as to the opponent of in cftfccriminateness. So much beyond theutmost requirements and aspirations of thejormer jyaa it that they scarce find terms mU<| enough to speak of it. tn truth our contemporaries of Athens andToowoomba seem almost to look with distrust upon the measure. It would appear to be another version of the "elephant" present of the fable. They have their elephant. Their ex pression too somewhat resembles the boya formula ''Yesl/Yes! but let's have it." " We don't understand the tortuousness of the boundaries," says he of Athens. "We don't see why f one tide of the railway should be pro claimed «nd mot the other," &c.; and " if the Government really wished to do the thing handsomely, why not," &e. This is looking the gift horse in the mouth...

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ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 1st MAY, 1867. [Before the Police Magistrate, and C. H. Green. Ebq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 1st MAT, 1867. [Before the Police Magistrate, and C. H. Green. Ebq., J.P.] George Thompson v. Henry Jams, and Henry Raynad. This was a sum mons for £5 126. 6d. work and labour done. The Police Magistrate stated he had by consent of the parties arbitrated between them at last court, and de fendants had shown no disposition to ^ Verdict, £4 10s. for plaintiff. Dis tress warrant to iBBue; in default of sufficient distress, two months in Toowoomba gaol. ] James Banks and Heniy Booth fined 10s. each, or 24 hours in lock-up for being drunk in Allora.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

fotai giMigtnce. Those of our playgoers who remember Miss Kate Warde (Mrs. Vinson) ivill be sorry toj hear that a recent rapture of a bloodvesse has incapacitated her from ever playing or Ringing oguin before «u audience.-Guar dian. It will be a eubjcct of regret with many to learn that the Ven. Archdeacon Gloonie ban been suffering from indisposition lately. There can be but ono wish for his prompt re-«slabUt>bmeut. Tbe Putty Debts Court will lake plaoe on Tuesday Uie 7th May next and tbe District Court ou tbe 20ib. Owing to tbe non-arrival of tbe Brisbane and Ipswich mails on Tuesday evening, wo are unable (o give the local commercial items of the last week of those places. The telegraph has suffered we believe from an *' interruption," but has recovered itself and is doing as " well as can be expeoted". Mr. Edmund Marietta has been appointed acting poundkeeper at Allora in tbe room of the deceailM'Mr. C. Bullock. There was a committee meeting at tbe School of Arts on Monday ev...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

Comsjwiibfiue. All communication! for (he Editor mu it be plainly written , on one aide of (he sheet of paper only. They most bo authoutlcatrd by the name and addrcu of tho writer aia guarantee of good faith. Faetn are chiefly aooght, aud It must be unleritood that tho lnfcroQcea or rea .ooitvga «a1U be u the diaerctton of the Bdltoi ANTI-Humdijq -It would be scarcely wise to open "P °i>y matter of such anoient date in newspaper annals at four ibkobs back. Wo must decidcdly decline la insert this your last letter in either our cuvroitpondenoe or advertisement columns. Such inm'ition would bo a stultification of ourselves. In accepting and publishing your first letter, Wc assumed whatever responsibility might attach to that net. The mutter paBsod <>ut of your hands, and became our property. So also pissed with it the power of vublit withdrawal or rs tract ion on your part, ex cept through our action in the case, pucli action being obtained by ttie w«ual methods. No a...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 25th APRIL, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 25th APRIL, 1867. At a meeting of the Council the following members were present: His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Brown, Bugden, Crombie, Craig, and Morgan. The Minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The TOWN CLERK read a letter he had addressed to the Police Magistrate fixing the appeal day against assess ment for the 6th May next. The Council granted leave for Mr. Ball to put gravel on the foot-path opposite his residence. A letter was read from Mr. Selway, which the Mayor requested might not be made part of the minutes at pre sent. A letter was read from Dr.^Sullen respecting the sanitary state of the town, which will be found in another column. After some discussion it was moved by Aid. BROWN, seconded by Aid. CROMBIE, that the letter be not ac cepted, but that the Town Clerk be re quested to communicate with Dr. Sul len asking him to withdraw the remarks he had made in the latter part of his letter, when the subject would be th...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

Colonial |fcnts. The Baaaar for the benefit of the Lying-in.« Hospital io Brisbane bos been very eacceaft*# ful. 1 A Turf Club is being formed in Burke% Town, £600 mi subscribed fn the room, J and as much more promised. ? ; A correspondence hat been published in 4 the Port Denison Times between Mr. A. h. -i M'Doiieal of Sydney and the presenter "of"i the Kennedy Memorial io regard to the treatment of the aboriginles, and the Under '] Colonial Secretary- The latter is of opinion Jd that a mode tried successfully in the South ^ AiiBtraliau and New South Wales territories would only result, in Queensland, in in. creased Injury to theaboriginfes. W« will . publish the letters in extenao in oar next. The re-construction of the north abutment of the Bremer bridge will shortly be com menced. The temporary' eeafoluing which is to supported the girders whilst tbe work ' i* io progress is now being ereoted. it ap. * pears tliat there was t somewhat palpable error in Ihe original design fpr th...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

FATAL ACCIDENT AT SPRING CREEK. It is 'with regret that we have to chronicle the death by accident of Mr. Charles H. Bullock, the recently ap pointed poundkeeper at Allora. While racing on Tuesday evening at about sis o'clock along the Spring Oreek road with a man named Ferguson, a groom in the employ of Cobb and Go., his horse fell, from some unknown cause, striking Bullock on the head while on the ground. He was sense less until his death on the next even ing. Every possible attention was paid to him in the Spring Creek Hetel, into which he was taken immediately after the accident, under the superinten dence of Dr. Labatt. The unfortunate deceased was much respected in the neighbourhood, and has only held his appointment about two months. The Police Magistrate and Mr. Cutnming, C.P.S., proceeded to Allora on Thurs day. An inquest was held by the Police Magistrate, at Allora, on Friday morn ing last, the 2Gth ult., touching the sudden death of 0. il. Bullock, when the following evi...

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ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. Henry Booth v. Robert M'Ferran. For work and labour done £6. Ver dict for plaintiff, with costs. Thomas Noit v. 0. Noegi.-Mr. Oxenham for plaintiff. This was ab actipn for £17 10s., being the value of a new dray and hay rakes. No plea filed. Verdict for plaintiff £10 lis. 6d., including professional costs. F. Kates v. Lewis Banger.-The plaintiff sued the defendant for £13 2s. 6d, the value of 80 bags, and costs of court in action brought against plaintiff for non-delivery of the same. It appeared that the defendant was a carrier, and informed plaintiff he had delivered same in Toowoomba, but had neglected to attend summonses to prove the tact. Vcrdict for plaintiff, with costs. t X Francis Kates v. C. Noegi.-Mr. : Oxenham for plaintiff. j This was an action for goods sold ; and delivered. Verdict by consent for £20 '? arid £2 4s. (id. costs. ' -- i

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THE SINCLAIR TESTIMONIAL. (From the Dably Hearld.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

THE SINCLAIR TESTIMONIAL. {From the Dolby Herald.) It will liBtn tbe recollection of oar readers, that some months ago a move- j ment was set on foot for presenting our late Police Magistrate with a tes timonial From the inhabitants of this ] town and neighbourhood. A committee was appointed which held several meet ings, at one of which a suitable form of testimonial was agreed to from photographs obtained from Sydney. The testimonial having been ordered from Messrs. Flavelle, of Brisbane, was on view there for several weeks, and afterwards in Dalby. It consists of a very chaste unique piece of carved silver and cut glass workmanship, in the form of a desert service of three centre pieces, purchased at a cost of fifty guineas. At one time it was the intention of the committee to have invited Mr. Sinclair to a public presentation. Various gircumstances have, however, prevented this most desirable course, not the least amongst which was the very great depression in commercial circles ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF SI A11 J*. AltMVAl.R. ' Fiom Mnryl nd, c\>ry Turtday, At 1 p.m., and cv<ry Saturday, at u p.m. u Jlriabftue auti lp«wlc'i, rfa Dr.iyfm, liy fYblrn p«>rtobe«, < very Tucilnj, 'j'liuirfay, and butur< dey», at 3 jiju. " Lcykuru, t'ia Talgai Digging*, r*ery Wodno*«!ay depaktuieks. For Maryland, m-rr Monday, at 8 u.ni., and cmt> Tliur»dny, at 4 p.m. *' Bruhane mid Ip*widi, fia Drayton, fvcrj Monday, Wc.tauttdft)-, ead Friday, Ly OuUb't coadtct, in 0 a.m. " Warwick tu Lf-ybum, cvurj TUut wiay, at A a.m.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

«.AT«5ST rOHIIKRCIAL. . Id a recent tender called for on the home market for Canterbury, New Zealand, debentures to the amount of £300,000 at 6 per cent;, tha minimum fixed being 92, only £47,000 were ap plied for, and of this only £3500 vrere ? at or above the /minimum. Welling ton 8 per cent, debentures for £50,000 were taken up at and above the mini mam, 106. * Adelaide.-The " Gazette" contains . i proclamation declaring that a draw back of Is. 6d. will be allowed on every cwt of jam exported, euch jam being made of South Australian fruit, uid of sugar that has paid doty there. Toowoortba,-In consequence of the foster Holidays, and the interest taken in the Bail way Demonstration, business has been very dull during the past fortnight. In the produce market, Adelaide flour is rather scarce, and <»pted at £1710s- to £18 per ton; ?Sydney silk dressed, £17; seed oats and barley are«W of sale at our last quotations; seed wheat,' 12s. per , bushel; pota|cra, £8 10s. to £9 pe...

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GARDENING. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

a (RPi;xiK«. MAY. Ga&oen.-Sow cnhbago*. turnips, cnnols' I pens, onion*, parsley, andculitury herhb-sucli aw ong \ liiHijonitu. nnJ thyme. Orange. uml all evergreen frutt trees and ornamental Hhruti* may bo |»l*i)*ed during tbi^nnd thu two follow ing month*. but, when convenient, give iliis month the preference. A situation sheltered from westerly wind* should be selected for atalea* and cnm'tlins, which (3 iiver dining June, Julv, August, and September, a* Kti<dti-r very much prolongs Clio enjoyment of the of the flowers. FIELD,--Sow lnccrne- if this seed were sown in drills, «o as to permit of being hued ns farm©'a do their when! in England, it would 4givo the young plants a good start, and would inticb promote the snWqtu'nt vigour nnd per formance of the crop; if drilled, five pouud loss seed may be given to the acre, As spring maize, from tho general dryness of the season, frequently ycilds bnta poor return, it is better to 6<»w a small bruadtti of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 May 1867

^ THE (feamhtcr anlr ffirnrs IS PUBMSHEO IK WARWICK Kvery THtintDAV MOBSISO, In time for the Outgoing Stalls. Tlis ameant of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in ?Innoe, fiioglo copies, BIXl'KNCE. 6CALE OF CHARGES F0ft ADVEB TI8ING «. d. Two Ifou ... 1' 0 Four do 4 0 fits do. 2 6 Eijflit da. ...... 8 0 Xrerj aldUianal six linos or under 1«. Dibcottt On 18 oonaeeutlve insertions 20 per cant t*? ? * aa .. All Advertisements must specify on tbeir face the number of 1 linos they we to be iu aerted; II cent la without tbie epocifioation. such advertiumenti trill be inserted wail countermanded, end charged! for sooutdiagly. - All AdrertiMBMlk mist be eent in not fetor then fr p.m. o» Thursdays. Order* for withdmvd oi alteration most be written. Kon-atibtoribera* afrcrtiaamenU moat be fluid for previous to insertion. Marriage*, Births, and Deaths, tt. per baertloa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE. Mr. G. D. H*RMSow,Sutioncrlt New* Agent. Bcbool of Arts Building*. Mr. 3. Witfn, So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

fnfwtat ftolirt 1! WARWICK EMPORIUM. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES, -oeor^oor^ooo ^HE ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT, 1 COMPRISING DRAPERY, BOOTH A\D NHOGS, CROCKERY. CiROCERY IRONMONfiBBY ELMHWAAET Ac., AC., AC. WILL BE SOLD AT A §tml JjUhfitoit in Irk, » mm ®gm9 UNTIL THIS CLAIM BE SATISFIED, Commencing Saturday, April ft. HOURS OF BUSINESS NINE TILL SIX. .J.--$II most casta Jfiftg |JER CENT GTBRAFE OBSERVE! FOR CASH ONLY - _ * 8 JR THE BAZAAR AND GRAND Distribute; In aid of the ALL HALLOWS CONVENT LIQUIDATION FUND, 3B!ESSIB&HJEP THE SISTERS OF MERCY earnestly appeal to a benevolent public to aid in tbe Establiilimeiit of the Conveut in Brisbane, for the Relief and Service of tbe Poor and Hick of all denominations, the Educa tion of Youth, and tjjfl support aud employ ment of distressed females of gojrd character, who are than protected fri-m tbe many danger* of a city with a fluctuating papulation. In general these poor girls have neither parents or friends in this colon...

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