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

MELBOURNE. July 13. iue Ministerial elections will be contented. Tlie new Ministry is cotitidered inferior to the former M'Culluch Ministry. Neilly, secretary to the Gi)i|is Land Steam Navigation Company, bas beou con.mined fir emDezelemeut. July 14. The Parliament bas voted £2,000,000 fur supplies, and adjourned 'o the 7ih Aupimt.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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How Money is spent in the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

?low Money Is spent In the C'olonletf. It is a marvel and a mystery why Provi dence ever entrusts some people with money fur tho proper use of it seems to be utterly unknown to them. One hears of shepherds and digger working for mouths to earn a f»sw pounds, and then squandering them away in a day or two, getting nothing as an equivalent in the way of enjoyment. The polLce«couit funiihhcs continual examples of stupid people who have been cheated out of their cash pro perty by the rocst transparent knavery, which it is ouly true to say, had been tempted into active exercise by a foolish display, on the part of the owner, of a large amount, such as so sane person usually cariiea in his pocket. In fact, the possession of money to such persons is a positive torment* They do not know what to do with it; they are the veriest children when they get it, and they doubtless feel much relieved when some rogue has robbed them of it The other day, for example, a lucky shoemaker, who bad lately c...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Mr. John Douglas at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Mr. Jolin Douglas ul Warwick. On Monday evening last Mr. John Douglas addie^ed the e.eut«ra of Hasten Downs, in liie Court House. Warwick. There uav * large itinliciice. The chair was occupied by Mr Jas. M»»rjnn. 'I'he ChAiaM\N said the nie>'tin^ h«d been convened for (lie pii'p>8e ui giving Mr. Douglas aii of nddres^ing tlie eleclots. fie consider d it was qu.te unneces sary of him to ask the im-efitig to give tlie member fur EaHeain IXiwiiti a patient hear taS Mr. John D'-Ctolas. on c 'tiling forward ua» loudly checrcd. He t*aid it was m-aily t-velve inootlis »>ince he appeared before the electors of tbu district, when they rihi him tlie houor tn clect him as their representative, lie whk not a resident «f this dUfrict. and was n<»t therefore in th? habit of often meeting tl*e electors. He was not a« well iof»riucd as he could dc.-ire to b«», but they must know that he was pretty well inforoied by private c .rte«p »ndence as well as hy the newapapeis, regarding...

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The Bye-Places of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Tbe Bfc-plscM of Sydney. Few people can be aware of tbe filthineas that reigns supreme in scores of tbe densely populated parts of Sydney. Tbe atreets around tbe head of Darling Harbour exhibit perhaps tbe worst example of unclesnlinoss, but they are Dot 10 numerously peopled Glare many other streets In otliei and equally squalid parts of tbe town. It is but one plaoejjwlig many-a mere sample of the Ityr neighbour' . hoods,, whose hovels ate the refuges of all kinds of vice, and whose vapors load the air with unwholesome odors. There are parts of the Black Wattle Swamp which are quite as bad, if not worse; there are similar abodes of , misery and disease in the lanes and alleys that lie betwbeu Lower Qeorge-street and the Flag staft-hilL; there are tome wretched places near the old cemolries iu Elizabeth street i and there are some patches of filth in. the lower ' parts of Woolloomooloo, which outstrip all the otbeis as far as nastlness is concerned. Mo doubt a good deal of this dir...

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

Warwick municipal 4'ouucll. Thursday lost waa the usual time for hold. 1 ing lbs fortnightly n.eetiug of (lie Council, nod tb" following members met at the Town Hull at (lie (I'tinl lionrAldermen Ross, Affl clt, F. Morgan, Crai;;, Thurnlou, Even den, and Crnmlde. in the absence of the Mayor, Aid. Bom was vmbd to the chair. Tlie minutes uf the pievious meeting were read and confirmed, after which tlio Acting Town Cloik handed to the Cluirmaii a note which one of the aldermen hud btouj(lit to the Council that day. Tlie CIUIBMAN read the note to tlio meet ing. It contained I lie resignation of Jdiiiea Moreen, E*q, as member of the Council. The Chairman said he believed lie waa pietty well aware of the reasons which had caused the Mayor to adopt Ptich a courBe, and he (tlie Chairman) considered tlmt the Mayor had done nothing more than hie duty.! lie believed the resignation waa tendered on accuuot of the report that had been circu lated to tlie effect that a system of jubbery had been ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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SCHEDULE D. Information to sexion to enable him to prepare graves proper size. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

SCHEDULE D. Information to tezlon to enable him to pre pare grave* proper «i'rc. Undertaker's nnino Name of tbo dcccnsid length of coffin Width of coffin (wideBt put) llour of funeral Signature Undertaker or representative. Date Confirmed, with tho ndvico of tho Executive Council, tinder my Hind, at Government House, 1J i«5h«no, this day of July, in the yonrof our IjoH one llioutaud eight hundred and Mxty-tJight.iiud in tho thiity ei'Cund year of Her MnjeRty'a reign. M. U. OCONNKLL. by Ilia Kxcellcncy'fl Commaud. A. II. PALMEU.

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SCHEDULE C. FORM OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR GRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

RCnBDULE G. FORM 0* INBTBOCTIONB TOR 0B4VC9. Antwert to be written opposite to the follow ing questions at the time of giving order. 1. Name of the deceased 2. What denomination 3. Late rcBidcnco of the deceased 4. Hank of the deceased 6, Age of the deceased 6. Where born 7* MtuUtur to <ifiiciate 8. Day of funeral 9. What hour 10. In what portion of the cemetery is deceased to he buried 11. Number of gr.ive or plan 12. If a public grave 13. If a private grave, unsclcctcd, what width, feet, inches. 14. If a private grave, selected, what width, feet, inches 15. If a family vault, or brick grave, whnt width, feet 16. Wbnt depth 17. If first or aecond interment 18. Nature of disease or 6u posed cause of deatii Signature Representative or undertaker. Order received this day of 186 , at o'clock Id the ttoon. Sexton.

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SCHEDULE B. Form of certificate of right of burial in the Warwick Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

SCHEDULE B. Form of certificate of rig\t of burial in ike Warwick Cemetery. On the nppliction of and upon payment of the nuni of which is hereby acknowledged to liave been rocoivcd, (lie trustees of the Warwick Cemetery in the terras of, And as authorised by the Act of Tar liamcut 29 Victoria, No. 15, have agreed to grant unto the said permission to dig or inuiio a grave or vault ou that piece of ground feet long by feet broad, tying within the portion of the said cemetery described as and marked No. compartment on tbe map or plan of the said cemetery, kept by the said trustees, with permission to crect or place on the said piece of ground a monument or tombitone, 011 payment of such charges as may from time to time be established, Aud it is hereby declared, that the said shall be entitled to hav«, maintain, and keep up, such vault, monument, or tombstone, according to the terms ol this permission, to and for tbe sole and separate use of the said and his (or their) heirs and near re...

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SCHEOULE A. CHARGES. Public Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

ROIILDL'IX A. CIUKUE4. l'ullic Graves, A tiiiglograve in open ground ..10 A single gruvu in open ground, f«»r oCiJJrc-n umlur iSvu year# .. 0 JO A feingle grave in open gtound, for a attilimrn chiM ... ,.0 7 A single giavu in open, ground, burinl* by Cii^vutiitiicui und hospital coiiluic'oin (adults) ... ..0 10 A single grave iuopen ground, burials by (iuvciuim.nl and hospiiu! contractors (children) .. OH Vrivaia Graves, Land* fur graves (unselccted) eight feet by four feet .. .. 10 Laud lor graves (selected), eight feet by Jour feet 2 2 Land for graves (selected), cigbt feet by eight feet .. ..4 4 Land for grave* (selected), eight feel by twelve (eel .. ., C 6 Interment fee, including cost of sinking each grave Hi* feet .. 0 10 lie opeuing r grave or vault .. 0 15 For certificate of right of burial in all piivale graves .. .,0 5 For all interment* which take place oil Sunday (except the grave ia opened o:i the previous day), additional fee .. .. *..0 7 Tor all interment1* not takin...

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RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE WARWICK CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

KUIE» AND REOOI.ATIONB or THE WARWICK CEMETKHY. 1. Tlio foes mid charges set forth in schedule A eliall be paid nt tlio time tliu older is given for I lie preparatiun of a gr ive, or when tlio permission of the ti n-tees is nlitaim',! for tlio erection of any vault, inonuinciil.or tomb stone, within the said cemetery. 2. The trustees shall allot the cite anil posi tion of all graves or vaults to tie sunk ill the cemetery. Nu caUeuinba will Lie allowed. 3. No grave shall lie dug at a depth of leas than six feet for an adult, and four feet Fix inches for children under twelve years of ar:e All graves t-liall lie dug by the Sexton, only SXiSept in bis absence or illiiens, ami then by siune persins duly appointed in ixiting by two or more ef tbu Trustees. 4. Tlio undertaker or person ordering a crave shall furnish to the sexton a memoran dum in tlio form schedule D at the time that tlio trustees' permission it handed to him. 6. The sexton shall have power to refuse to break tlio grouud ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Courier.) TAROOM. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

TiATIiST rELEGHAPJIIC NEWS. (From the Courier.) TAROOM. July 21. Tlie election for tlio I.ficliardt was lUter tnincd to-day, t<y the earning vole of the Hcturuing Odiccr, in favor of Mr. Uoyds.

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Rules and Regularless of the Warwick Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

a nil of dtp IV «r\\ frit (ViiM'ti-r> . The following arc ihe Hules and Kogulalimis o( the Warwick Cemetery, as jiasssed by the Governor in Council, which appeared in the " Government Gazette" of Jast week. They ivill be (bund useful lor reference: Colonial Secretary's Offi.-c, Brisbane, IHli Julv, 16^3. Tlie fallowing Uules and Uegubitions, tundy by the Tnititceii ul tho Warwick Cemetery, jmreufiiit to iliu 7tU bectiem of I he Ccmi'icrt/ Act tf liaviug boen approved and con firmed by If in Excellency tlio Acting Governor |n Council, arc hereby jiublUhcd in the ifQterntnenf Gazette. liy His Excellency'ts Command, A. JI. 1'AL.MElt.

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MARYBOROUGH. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

MARYBOROUGH. July 21. The Florence Irviiis brought 3GO iiAseeu prr^. She left for Sydney to-d«y, inking 4000 ouucee of gold.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

^atrlisraunis. WANTi'I*. A LADY who has had Jon^r experience in Tuition, if) desirous of obtaining ti situ ation as Resident f»overnc*H. Ad.lrcBS "It. 8.'* rosl-ulJic<\ )3rislanc, 736 WAlVTEtt, TENDERS for Splitting 2(VOOO {twenty-Mx thoti-<andJ Ii-ou BaiU £IUNIiIjKS, Apply to , JOUN HUG DEN, 1 59 Criterion lintel, Wool-press for ftale, A good firing SCREW WOOL PRESS, well adapted for piossiug wool, cotton, or lift?, to be i»old cheaply. Apply to F. J. C. VIUUS1!, Canning Downs. July 10th, 18G8. 755 To Pcnccre. rtfNDERS nro inviiud for the erection of Twelve Miles of TWO RAIL FENCING. For particulars apply to F. J. C. WILDA6H, Canning Dov.ns. N,B.--Only parties with Teams need apply. Warwick municipality. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. "]\T0 ItCK is hereby given " that a meeting J.1 of limepayet* wiJJ be held at the Town Hull, on MONO AY, tbo 10th day of August, 1608. fit 2 o'clock for the purpose of Nomina ting Candidate* to fill the vncaucies of Alder* men James Mo...

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SYDNEY. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

SYDNEY. July 20. Heavy raina are soneral throughout the colony, nud an easterly pale is blowing along tlm const. There is no btuiocBs worlii noticing being done. July 21. Dr. Bland died lo-day* llreadstuffs tire btill declining. The New Zealand Parliament opened on the 9ili ins'Rnt. Ao Imperial despatch, slating thai Dot Majesty the Qypen'a appreciation of the loyalty of ihe colonists is <T no decree im paired by the Attack on tlie life of the Duke of I'Miubu.rjih, was read. The weather has cleared up. July 22. The Pacific lntaiance <?omp*iiy havu de clitred A dividend <>f leu per cent. The banquet tiven to Mr. Holt, Intd night at the Hotel du L'Vatic*, was a great success. Hroivii Ims a^niti been remanded oti n charge of retting (ire to the premise* in Pitt. cou^derable Iusb uf properly Two hundred ounces more of gold from the new reef nt Ophir were brought into Ojan^e to d«y.

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Mr. Douglas before his Constituents. (From the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Sir. Unnglafi before IiIn tonntilnvutii. I I (From the Queeuslund Times.) i The memhur fir Kistern Do .vns, when he cornet. forward on hi* own iu*i ,'iduul h<«tL<>in is usually good f »r some fun, but the appear ance he put in on Monday befote hi* .'*»*i*' I public at Warwick was not in »my resp-ct | lively; ri"l only did it not combine anm-e | mcut wilh injunction, hut wu may ^nf<jty | say that b>lh elements wore almost entirely ? wanting. We tru^t that Mr. PITCH'S rt-Mivhs 1 j to hi.s cniifliiiuonlb last <<vcniiiLf, nod Mr I Guo-.m's after-dinner h|>'*(jcli at Too i-onmhs I on Thursday, contained metal more attrac | tiro than the *vry wJahj'-washy e>duth'» ; I with which Mr. DOUGLAS anointed the ears 1 of bi« admirer* in the beginning of Hi« Woek. K not, wo shall bo«*in to think the ; custom of holding these meettings mure j honored bi thu breach than the observance. | We should he surrv, however, to see them ' dis...

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MELBOURNE. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

MEliUOtJUNG. July 22 | 1 lie MioU'cn*! elections frill uecontenirtl Mr. Gii(ict> is in the field against Mr. M'CuI» I limit. HcFolntion* have been adopted, ty the CLa-nber of Comtnette, in furor of the Cape route fvr Uie ftfrtui^htly mail, J

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Brisbane Municipal Council PROPOSED EXTENSION OF FUANCHISU TO FEMALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

MrUbsne Municipal Council PBOPOSEO EXTENSION OP FUANCUISU TO FEMALES. . At« meeting or ,the Urhbane Municipal .C'lUncll on Toi'sdny lnet, this iinvcl Hiibj^cl Wis brought before tlietn, when t(i« following dlacuanlun tonk place I - Alderman Thompson mnved, pursuant to fit>Uce»-'"that the Council recotntncnd that the senior rrpfMentatire of the city be cn ^ultcd with the view of introducing the ,Wpri)» 'female or' before the wnnl * mate' in . clause 12 uf the Municipal Institutions Act of 1604." If tho cl»u*e was thus altered, female raiepayeta would tie entitled to Tut« &t Municipal eleolona. Tliin was not at all . political matter, *o<l females who paid fates to tlie Council should be allowed to Vote The lattice were tot, in the first place ' «*'easily led away by bribery. (LhurIiht.) It was *11 Very well to laugh, but the mutt hid never dune justice to tlie females with regard to their rijshts. The motion "a«, u« WonlJ repeat, nothing to liiUgb at; it aimed i...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

ICocil IfititUiariur. M!.TIM!t< >1,1 Kill \\L nil-qcilY ATKINS, Hie lolliuvinj are (|lt! readings ol Hi" Ijiiriinii.'ici- am) thi.-mwmoti'r lor the i.-.-i-k, taken at. <l«". 'iiiice in lliis town, at <} o'clock'a.M. daily :- ' IlAIOlMI TEH. THF.RMi.MI'TI II .s.t!nr<l.-y .. 28 WIS .. , "is' .. 2sim .... ,yi0 ;; I .^.Uy .. a, 3J J \v 1--.III. S.l.iv .. 3H4ta .... ",11 .. I I.IIKiliiy .. iS fl.iS .... M" .. r:«!'iy .. 2nr,io r,r,o fi.nni.iil m'hi:,! fu"i i"ftuc J 7^J incliU ^ Jnso1,vi..\o>\->'\t (lie sif(in<rs of the Court oi' lJankruptcy on Tuesday ];,Sf, tin; case of W. II. Ijiiuvii, of Warwick-, came on for hearing. The insolvent' was present. iMjis were proved bv John Gale, £1.5 i)s 7J( wall's as clerk, allowed as a |imlerent claim; and D. L. Drown and Co., £*20" 12s 7d. In reply lo the oflicial assignee, tlio ineol veiu slated that two or ihree days be fore lie became insolvent lie pave a bill of sale over his Juiniim...

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An Interview Willi the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

An lnlrriicw Willi the Pope, j A correspondent of the JSvinment IllutUt, who was .admitted some days back tn an pudience of the Pope, gives in a letter from Eoine jonru«f. iinne interesting details " *bout tjie Holy Father. Hessye: S; . The I'ope iepnsttytall and ).toiit, without being obese. Tile furniture of 11in private twom is « aqiutre table, with two clinirp, and an jinucbair for hlmxelf. i'Jie room is very .wall, with a low ceiling, no curtains, and the » JSwatta corned with paper of lbs cheapest sort. Those of the crand official eeloons are covered ? with allic, Ut< bedrotim lias yellow cuitaius, . tioaa'pet, and a. b 4ck fluor. with A Utile bed . etsaduf iron without curtains. He is very Heetin liia person: iiia hands, whloh are hair covered with white inittena. are particularly .Headed to. lis rises at 6 o'clock, shaves .'Jilftrtultandaa}'* W« mam In a little private cliapfl; anl tlieB hear* another. At 8 o'clock . he take* a smell cup of cliocnlate, and at lial...

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