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The Provincial Council Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

Tbe Provincial Cqgadl Bill. ' A Urge meeting uf citiE»t» w«» held at Iba School <<f Arts, Kocfciiampliin, on Thursday, for the purpose of supporting the endeavors of Some of the meiphrre of the ^((Mature to obtain . aystero of Provincial vernmeots, end « redaction in lbs public .xpeeditura and taxation.. Resolutions to the following effect were proposed 1. That ft it absolutely Decenary, tu orderto secure «trustworthy represents! hi 4>f .the country cdnstliuenciep, that lh« man IgdMnl of Ml lattl (fftin abaiM he tr.>n« ferred from the Parliament to local «|Hbo. ritieo &. That the colony should be divided ioto tbne provinces, the pablio debt to be phiteti vpoo cich in proportion to tbe ' amouct that bu bees expeaded witijla its limits. S- Tbit *11 conlfol over municipal riehis * be totrptttd to ibe Provincial Qovcrn aeptt, i&d that a tjfttenj of Quad Ooxnln bp eltablishfcd, «|ich boards to be endowed from the land revenue. 4. That the Chief...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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JIMNA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

J1MNA. "The King of France with for'y tlion ciod men, went up tlio hill, and llien-we.it .down again i" and the Unllirat racn hare very accurately copied this example. Fur a fortnight put, and especially this laet (en day* we have had our town enlivened by the conttf«nt arrival of companies of Vict", flans, They come continually and depart constantly, li eeeints that they are fur the moat part wa^ea men, who have bean engaged ou the Jeep tiukiaet i« Bsllnrat and neighborhood, anil in the majority of CD sea they have never had any experience on ahallow ground. I believe [ am correct in ?lying that many of them are ignorant of ' liow to waah a diah of dirt. They have been accustomed to' almfia,drives,eiiKineerinp, and large and extensive works: and dot hi >Je» hi »oeh works are first CIdbs and va!u. able men. Cut here they are quite nut of their sphere, and, aa a consequence, sonn become disgusted with what tliey see, and make off either for home or to nome other of the neighbourin...

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 28. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

Warwick t'oltce Court. I TUESDAY, JOLY 28. I [Before the Police MainRtrate.l James South was brought uj) in Custody, charged with Btealing a Cri mean shirt, the property of Mr. R. W. Gill, of the Warwick Kinporium. The prisoner on the previous evening went to the store of Mr. Gill to make some purchases, and on going out of t!<e shop he staggered against some shirts which were piled up against the door. lie was observed to take something and hide it under his coat. Henry Wil liams, in the employ of Mr. Gill, fol lowed the prisoner, and saw him drop the shirt behind a case on the veran dah. Williams called Mr. Gill's atten tion to it, and the man was given into j custody. The prisoner, in defence,! said he was drunk at the time, and did I not know what he was doing. ] Another charge was preferred against the prisoner lor assaulting Sergeant King in the execution of his duty. The charge was fully proved, and he was sentenced to two months' imprison ment lor the Grst offence...

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Correspondence. A CORRECTIONHCION, I (To the Editor of the Exa miner andTimcs.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

(tornsjjoiiiifncc. A COHMiCTION, I ( To the Editor of the Examiner andTimcs.) JSik,-I t.otice, in y.uir ihnue of the 18'li jh^mt, ilmi Mr. D iu^Un j* ri'jxirtcii to linve nsud lIn- following word*, wlieu AilJre^ing ! his c«u&<iiU4>iitt*| "Some of who lnd been returned j as sii|>p«>it?trt «»f th<i MinMry tia«1 t«irn«»«l | foil ml mrd said th<*y net**! not look f«»r ilieir | hup|M<rt wfniii, He iKMtuiccii p iilicnlarly i Mctisrrt. Piiicliard and I'nglt, Tin* Utter of, tli«*« wrote to Mr. Mucniistcr, a-lv^im.' him to roiiMi, iitid buying tlmt lie bud no faith in Mr. MicHliitti'r." Will yon kindly permit nie lo t-Ule thai I never " turned rntind" on l!n» Miniatry; ut»v«r "u*id Uicy need not lo»#k f*»r ir.y Mip» ji«rt a-jnin and never wrote to Mr. MAC. niitner " advising liiiu to rm^ii/'or saying t lm« I " had no fail li*' in him. Mr. Doii»*1ap inform* m», (>ttid 1 believe ; bin.*), that he ma-lo no assertion to (lie eff«-ct...

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Rules and Regulations of the Warwick Cemertery. Colonial Secretary Office. Brisbane, 9th July 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

Hulc- and Koiulaliojis. off (be Wat-Mich ii'OiiMi't v. Colonial Sccroury's Office, Di'isbaue, U1I1 Julv, 1608. The following llules and Peculations, made by tbe Trustee* of the Warwick Ceuieiery, pusuunt to die 7lb faction of the CcweUry Act of ISG5, having been approved and con firmed by iliH lixc-lleocy the Aeiiog Uoveruor in Council, are hereby published tu tbe Vwennnent Goz<\ic. By liU E^cclleiiey'ti Command, A. II. * AL&lUft. 1. The fees and charge* set forth in schedule A shall be paid at the time the oidcr is given for the p»epaiati<.n of a «;r»v, °r when the permission of ihe uu-iees ia obtained for the election of any vault, monument, or touib 6Lone, wiibiu the ceuielery. 2. The trustees shall allot the mzc and posi tion of all graves or vaults to l>e hunk iu the cemetery. No catacombs will be allowed, 3. No tuave shall be dog at a deplh of less i than six feet for an adalt, And four feet six ! inches for children under twelve years ot age. ...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

I'M AlBYKRTlKliRN. Thr attention of Advertisers is respect fully drawn to our Satfe «/ Ch'trgvs, as annuuneed in the first column *f the fust f>ug6,(is in future the prices wilt he strictly cohered tn, except in eases of continuous edvertixemefits, which may Is inserted «QHer special agreement. It. A enWWR, SAML. IHWIN.

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

W vT w . I\ n.'r, . . the cm I'cr vl>its of i «e i»'oy.»l . ai.iily to LSaimoral, l'i i.iee At»j<5it, dressed i - a wry simple mannc , tvn«i v.o < 'J -Me of »;»o coicli ia!.c-» in a M'-amur, and u M» cu< lo' ? i.i» note uvc vJii g r< l -linq in ,iie ol ilic vc»4c«, anil rm».*g niA^y Ov.j r (Ii . ihecno'^inj, Approaching ihe " £.»! y" where n<i .icilve Hinh'atuicr wus attending to lite cuiin ry ina;tv-r». he w.\> by «hc Navoi'i'v odoi »»i .1 eo»n *Q.< <1 km»vv.i Its' Sclclnucn ns u hodge-podge." which .lie Highlander was preparing. ?* WJmI is !ia. .-.sited (he prince, who was *>O< known 10 <lio " HoiiflC- 'Oi\cjc, m " was <lie reply.--- How i> it m.-idc? * was * lie nc I ijue-i iiu.i -" N >, there.*, mn.to.i mili.and inr nip-i.iu i.ndc.v ois .nll.'^mid "~-44 Yes. vcn," tha p. ncc, who !»,'d uot le. uud iIL-I "inil h" k " into i*,''*&ptcsred by . teooiii...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

Colonial |tfms. The man generally known as Jenkins, charged wills the wail t<-i >my on tit* iint>. h*ne road, u'.in bronchi up Jiii-iiii al the Rri*hane I'dicc C uiL on Tnursday and eotnmitted to take liio trial ul the atsis*;s ou Au-utsi 17. A South Australian paper say* tl:p.t Mr. Undmdown, of Adelaide, the* i-xportur of Au^lraIiaii Birds to ISunpe, |»jh now on 'm.m-I; 35,000 paifM of shell |mn.u, I.OOU j p.iirs of c»ckai««o p.nrots, 7,(*K) |<aiit> oi l zebra finches, liojili'H while c ick.iioua, man- ( pies, and p.«Ii Liucniii parr.'Is; nil<»<. vifiert jneirly JUO.OOO birds. IMJOO hiid* are miiflicj ;t»j fcolJ. T.'h* 70,<X)J parrot* are last year's (lS'i7) birds, Messrs. Overend and Kohb are the success ful icnderei* fur the Tasmnuiau rdiway. The mail tonic to Knslaud the intelligence th ;t over £19,0(HJ had hp n subscribed to 1 he fiiml fur the 1'iince Alfred U ^pilnl. No | collection evr-r before cuaiJe iu the colo...

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SCHEDULE B. Form of certif[?] of rig it of burial in the Watwick Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

SCBEDULC B. Form of certiji< eie of»<3 a of iuriat (H (he Wat wick Cemeit.y. On the applictlon of end upon payment of the sum of which ia ijeieby ocl;n»wled^ed to bars been received, tlie ti uslees of tlie Warnick Cemetery in tbe terms of, nnrt as aulbo'ised by (lie Act of Par* tinmen! 29 Victoiiu, Mo. 15, have agreed to g:>ut untu the wiid permission to dig or ninke a giore or vault on that piece of groond feet long by feet l>rond, lying within tlie portion of (be add cemetery described pn and marked 1 So. compartment on tbo map or plan ot ' the said cmeteiy, kept ii.v Ibe aaid trustees. with pe niis^imi to cect of jil.ice on tba eld | piece of ground a i»9r.umeni or tombstone, on | payment of snob charge* aa msy from time <0 | lime be established, And it i« hei'eby declared, | ibi't lliotiaid hliall be entitled to [li.'ve, maintain,. mid keep up. aucb vault, -A IiDoncmoiil. or lonibslone, rccordisg. lo Ibfc tei ina of ibis pei mission, to and...

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SCHEDULE A. CHARGES. Public Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

SCHEDULE A. CHAEGE8. Public Gravtt. A tingle grave in open ground .» 10 0 A single grave 111 open giouud, for children under fave years .. 0 10 0 A single grave in opeo ground, for a siilioom child 0 7 6 A single gr&vein optn gmuod, bavi*W by Government find hospital contractors (adults) 0 10 0 A single grave in open ground, burials by Government and hospital «onlractorB (children) .,060 Private Gravet. Lands for graves (unselecledj eight feet by four feet .. 10 0 Land for graves (selected), eigbt feet by four feet w t 2 0 Land for graves (selected), eigbt feet by eigbt feet . . 4 4 O La id for graves (selected), eight feel by twelve feet .. ..640 Interment fee. including cost of einUug each grave six feat 0 10 0 Be-opeaiaga grave or vault .. U 15 O For certificate of light oi burial in fill piivate graves .. .» 0 6 0 For all interments which t. te place on Bunday 'except the grave is opened oa the prcviotia day), , additional &e .. .. ..0 7 ff For all iuleimentu not...

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SCHLDULE D. Information to sexion to enable him to prepore grass proper size. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

fcCHtDOl.B D. fnfo,manon to tcxlon to unable Aim to pri? po.tfnutt proper titt. Uuile> taker's Dcme K?me of tbe deceased LeiiRtli of cnlBn Widlli of coffiti (widest p^rt) Hoar or funeral Signal a e Undertaker or *epteieoUtis«k Date Confirmed, with the advice of tbe Executive COUDCII, under my Hand, at Government Homo, Hipbone, this eighth da; of July, in the year of oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty.ei3bt.l1nd tn the thirty second year of Her Majesty'* reign. M. C. OCONNELL. ByHia Excellency's Command. A. H. PALMEB. Primed and pub'lshed by tbe Proprietors, EICRACD ArrLtur COWTOK and Sattun Irwis, at the Examiner and Timu OfiM, Albeitatnet, Warwick.

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SCHEDULE C. FORM OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR GRAVES. An were to be writen opposite to the followomg quessions at the thas of giving order. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

hCaeuGLE O. fosji or UfoTftocTiosB irob GBAvns. Aii wei t lobe uw.'iM oppotile to tin follow in 7 pte . '<M» at l/it iiiiit of givirig trier. 1. Nu nc of the deceased 2. Wbat dcnoraiouiioa 3. JjAlo retideuce ut tfae deceased' 4. Rank of tbe deceased & Age of the deceased 6. Where born 7. Xiiuialcr to officiate 8. Day of faneral 9. What hoar 10. In wbat portion of the oemetety it deceased to be buried I 1. Number of gr.ive or plan 12. If a public grave 13. If ? private grave, tioaelected, what width, feet, iuchei. It If a ptiraie grUTe. selected, what width, - feet, inch** 15. If a family vault, or biiok grave, what widib, feet 16. What depth 17. If first «r second interment 18. Nature uf diseaie or an; poaed cause of death ' Sigaatme fiepreaentutive or vndertakeA Order received tliio day of 186 > a't o'clock in tbe noon. Sexton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

THE (feamhtcr auto Cirncs is PUBLISHED IN WARWICK ffvrrr ««TORDAV ta *^~* Cor t,ie Outgoing MalU. The amount of Subscription is FIVE «HILtINGS per quarter, in all cases in uJraoce. Single copies, SIXPENCE. an ALB OT CHARGE8 FOB ADVER T TI81NG i. 4. Two lines \ ® Four do \ ® Six do * ® Klcb 8, 0 . Bv«r; addition*! six linea or under 1b. DrstKHJ** On 18 ©oowcuti e insertion! 20 per cent, te » 38 .. A'J Ai'ver'ls'meiiti. most gpeoHj on tlieir facts ifaeiiom^ -f i»»V are to bc <". "rted; If mi ill wlllio«t Hub specification, ?neb advertisements .nil lie inserted ntil (Bountertnsnded, and charged for aocordinKl.v. All Advertisements must be sent hi not lstarthan 6 run. nn Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be * NonstibsOilbers' advertisements must be paid for previous to Insertion. Marrisjes, Births, a d Deaths, Ss. per l>sertio3. AGENT IN SYDNFT Hewn Gordun and Gotcli, George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Ur.O. D. HaaBMos, Stationer & News Agent, ' Scho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

tatliscinmh. UUTED, A LADY tvho has had Inng experience Iti Tuition, is di'Birous of obtaining a titu aiixii as Resident tvoverncvs, Ad.lrcss '. H. s." Posi-ufllcp, Brisbane, 7JG T WUVTISD, liVOERS for Splitting 21000 (twenty-nix thnu-andj Iron 13ailt bHlN<JLt£ti. Apply (o JOHN DUQDRK. 759 Criieriun Hotel. Presbyterian Bazaar. AMICEV1NG of the LADIES interested iu the BAZAAU iu aid of (lie Presby terian <'lunch, wiii hij hold on MO>PAY AFl'ERNOO.V, at 3 o'clock, at the old Pres byterian (Jliuich. 7li8 BUOKSt UOOHM!! UOOUSII! B RANCH DKPOT FOB Til SALK OF Religious Trace Society a Publications, liiblo Society's do KuglMi Wesleyan do Ameiicriti do do Temperance Society's do Sunday School do do DAVID CLARKE, FtrjcBor-sracfr, Wag WICK. Has been appointed AGENT for the Sale of the above Publications. Very Low Prictt t Li fit a of Books and Prices supplied on inquiry* 797 Warwick Municipality, EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. Norton is hereby gi*rn " tfiat ft meeting of l...

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Free Distillation. (From the Armidale Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

Free UUtlllatlon. (Fromtht Armidale Expritt,) A quettion of great importance to. farmers in particular, especially to those residing in parts of the interior which railways have not yet penetrated, and an not likely to be of much benefit to fur many years to come, is that of Free Distillation. Probably South Australia would have led the way in regard to tbis matter among the colonic of, A up travels bad its wheat crop of laalyqar not failed, but as it ippy reasonably be anticipated th*t the crop of wheat there next season will ha a great Improvement on the last one, in all likelihood the fir>t adoption of Free Distilla tion will be by the South Australians. If one of these colonies sets the exfeuiple on this iuv portant subject, a)l the others. must follow aopner or later. It is idle to talk At present of the inexpe diency or impropriety of converting grain given primarily for (.lie use of man into intoxi cating llquots, If more lje.grown than man oanet&b li to be thrown ...

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A Chrisitan Minister In the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

A ChrlKllan Minister In tlie Colonics. The work of a Chiistian minister in these colonies is not cue;, He lias the common difficulties of all men in maintaining a right coiiversatipn.and dear conwienpis, and lie lias others all his own. He needs to combine in his own person many physical and; mental qualities, in order to dUehaige successfully the duties of his office. Of course at all times ani in all places the clergyman's ptofes sion is an intellectual one, hut especially Is it so in the cij uiiea. For liere, even in a rural charge, the minister of God is brought into contact with men of keen and subtle intellect, lie may ride up to a shepherd, and find that the man has had a University education, and knows something of what the deepest modern speculators have said, and of what the greatest poets hare sung. And then he must be a roan of no mpan physical poller,. Three full ser vices on Sunday and a ride of thirty miles is a very cmiflpn, day's work for many of our country clergy....

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What Came of a Photograph. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

Wfc*t emu Of a. Ffe^gnqilb A friend, who kopHi whereof lie speaks (ujra an Illinoti piper) (ires us (he partlcu ].!? of » little bit of romance, (be Botora of Which up residents of thU couptry. L«as than two yean alnoe there arrived in the eaiterp g»tt ol the country, from Switzerland, . young man of goaSly appearance and fair educational acquiimenta. So well planed Was.be with, bit near borne, that be soon re ported to hit friends Soma tljp. water the ?nany advantages that eq honest, tndnatrioua immigrant found here.* A young lady io 6wltsarl|]>fl an entire stranger to him,learii> ipg from,*, lady frifsnd of bis. happy situation la America, wrote to Llm, through friends that she Would like to visit hla adopted home, Sod along with the letter die forwarded bet photograph. Be was much pleased with the ptoture. The featurea were lair to louk upon, %nd thp Utter indicated a well educated mind, be lent hpr bis. photograph, Thua ooin menced a correspondence that In a few months...

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A Royal Residence In Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

4L Royal Besidencc In Ireland. Sir Cnlmsn O'Loghlen callcd attention to tbe absencu of a ro.vat resideuce, and took the opportunity to lament the infreqnencv of ipyal viaifa, to Iieland. Since William tlie VI, if, indeed, hit Irish champaign cap, failed a viait, 110 English monarch lias set loot on l)ie i 1 mi except George IV. and )ier preacnt Majesty, Upon au accurate computa tion by ytiler King-at Anns, it has been dis coveicd that, in tliB course of 170 years, fif teen.days ip all liars lieen speut in Ireland liy English sovereigns. TJIiia limitation of (lie *oyal presence there is greatly to bo lamented ; tint tliere is some excuse for it in the abaence of a ptlace to wbicb royalty iniglit resoiti. Mr. {liaraell, who expressed the utmost sympathy with Sir Caiman O'Loglilen's feelings, dwelt at still grcnttr length on the absence of a ipyal residence, not merely as an excuse for infrequent visits, but as the cause of tbeir (.holiness and iofrequency. There have been difficulties...

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MINING NEWS. GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

nun« ftKivs. GYMPin. The escort left fur Maryborough wilh 2327 "zs. 15Jw«r. 8sra" under the charge of; All. TJic relume way to« hh f >llowH:- Batik of New Smth Wales, 1215 oz*. 11 I *jr.; Commerci*! Btn1;, GlU uz<. 8 ilwis. 12 i»rp.; J »ini Stock lUhk, 375 >'Ks. 18 dwtf. 22 gn».; sundries, 120 ->z*. 10 dwts. The waul cf powder has hindered tho Wurlciiig of «»ur n'pf* to a ere*! extent, ' au«l till*, loyuther will) thi! unfaenrnhlu j weather «t the early part of the l'jrtmgUt, 1 will account f»r lh« srnallness of the escort. j The pinned- machine 1:. 6 ciu*hed 22 ions from tl»e prrtuppctora* cUlm on Uu* ret f, wilii niut>i naiihfictory ic^ulis neU yield linn not yet tnitiKpired The * ft ct . has been that i«» i\i» O'O and ? Louisa (one atiJ the same) Imve H<lvauce<l 100 per cunt. The r<»ad iirtween till* place and Mnolnn. j lalj ie in a u dreadful" slAle according to Mr. Blake»l*y, who conveys the wail*, it «i«st be considering ...

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ROMA. August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

110MA. Aul-uk! 3. I GoM Iuk Itcnii f»um) in (lie Biii.gil (Jiuck, otic niUe fr»m iowii. It hat not as yet, howflvcr, fouml in |>ayHtile quantities. A rich spi'cl'm'fl icm h«cn 2*l nw the gravel wi.ich its being pUcud uii the streets.

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