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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO JULY 7. (From the D. D. Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO JUL? 7. (From the D. D, Gatettt.) The Intercolonial steamer Glenelg arrived at 8 a.m. on Monday! alter a passage or 93 hours. The Geelong left Galle on the 15th and arrived at King George's Sound on the 30th tilt. Passengers for Brisbane: Ma jor Blackall, Lieutenant and Mrs. Terry, Lieutenant Hamilton. Tbe Geelong was (or three days in a cyclone. Despatches from the Colonial Office propose an increase of the salary of the Governor of Western Australia to £3000. Tbe latest news is to the 7th July. Prince Alfred arrived at Portsmouth on the 126th June, and was everywhere enthusiastically received, lie was to be feted at the Crystal Palace on the 7(h July. A proclamation has been published in the "Gazette," appointing a day of general '.hanksgiring for the recovery of the Prince. Consols, 95. Australia won the International Rifle Match by I too points. Lynch of Sydney, woo the first prize. A British frigate blockaded Mayar tbar, for insult...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

KUTKi:. Our Aecountn for the Quarter ending 30/ft JUNE are now being delivered, and not shall feel greatly obliged by an early liquidation of the same. COWTON & IRWIN.

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, AUGCST 4. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, AUGCST 4. fBefore the Police Magistrate.] JSpvernl of the c^ae* op.i ijowo for hearing tn-d.iy were settled out of Gnurt, and in three cases in wnich D.ivits, Hump, and C<. were ! pUiutiff*, the summonses were not «ervcd on j Did defendants. The fullowia# weru the I «.|j'y two caw* heaid; I (i irry v. l*amncrt. - This was fin ad» j turned cafio from last tdtting, and was for the recovery of £7 5s due for fencing. Mr. Oxenhani appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. duller for the defcndHnt. At the pie* vi >na hearing tha plaintiff udgiitted a t»et-oflT which reduced the nmount sued for to '£4 28s. The poiutin diapute was the value of the fencing. Kor the plaintiff, Juhn Wilaon swore that he inspected the fence, and examined every panel; he considered it a good, strong, sub KtnnM.il iwo-rr.H fence ; tried sixty br seventy panel*, and co. Id Miot lift them or remove ! Iii? rail* ; consider it strong enough to keep in entile; he Ijnd got 0s...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

fotal Jatcllipic. We are informed by the Secretary of the School of Arts, (hat he has re ceived a letter from the Government printer stating that the volumes of Hansard forwarded to the hospital were wrongly addressed, they being a donation from the Colonial Secretary , to the former institution. j We understand that the celebrated entire horse '' Young Raglan," has been sold for a good sum to go to the Valley of Lagoons. I A petition from fifty-five freeholders» residents in the township of Allora,! asking lor a commonage for that town, is published for the first time in the " Government Gazette." A town common, with an area of 4,046 acres, has been proclaimed for the town of Warwick* The following are the boundaries as given in the Government Gazette:-Commencing at the south-east corner of the War wick Town Reserve, and bounded thence on the west by the east boun daries of Rosenthal pre-emptive pur chases Nos. 1 and 4, bearing south ; then by tho south boundary of No. 4 bearing we...

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The Cats of Kilkenny. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

The Ca^a of Kilkenny. Aq amusing Btory assigns tlie memorable fight of tlie Kilkenny cats to the time of "Wil liam the Third, when tlie flnldiei b stationed at Kilkenny aie aaid to have found their most favorite direraiqn in witnessing cat figljts. It was their custom tp being the bslllgfrent cats into action on a tight-rope to which the anhpats Were securely tied l>y their tails, labile placed on the strained cabin, face to face, the infuriatod used to spring upon each other and fight with indescribable ferocity. When the wqaker cat (lapped from tbo embrace of bis adversary hp hung by his tail, screeching and writhing in agony, until he managed to recover an insecure footing on the rope, when the contest has renewed, to the delight of its critical iiiifi humane spectator*. After this elevating pastime had been in vogue for a considerable time, it was prohibited by a military order, issued at the request of the principal inhabitants of Kilkenny, where in the dearth of cats occasi...

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DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

DEFEATOV TflKBIIkHIBir. By a private ielewaefi received yes terday, we learn that on Thursday night the.Minietryivas defeated bye majority of two-rotes, pri Mr^Ffancis' jmoiion of Warit popfidebfce.. following was the division ir Ayei,; ! ".! Blaciliiter ' 8t«plietti < Oarrick 'l>A|lglK« ? Francis Ltlley l' ?'< OnMim Pllfcll F,rite hard , ? - O'Dolierty. f , 'Mdhiify 1.. "* ? Cbsl!inor The Bouse then, Tuesday. The adjourned unt)

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The Harder of Messrs. Gibble and Bell. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

The Harder of Messrs. Glbbie and Bell. We (I'ort Dtnison Timet) ere favoicd by Inspector Mallow with the following particu lars of the Conway minder, forwarded to him liy Sub Inspector Islcy. We give Ml'. Isley's own words: " I sent you. an official account and also a privjite one, of this horrible tnu:der by pust, 'official'by private hands, as the mail U de layed so long at Stratlimore, ajid I wanted you to get it beflie you left for Dalrymple, if possible. Murray is still away, nnd I have heard nothing frnip or of hiin since thia day week, I Impe by this time be has captured the niggers, and ljas got them to Bowen. There can be op doubt that the Kanakas have done it, and have taken firearms to protect themselves. 1 hope there will lie no niqre kill.d before tbey are secured. Had Smith not had buniiiess with Gibkie, the chances are that the affair would not have been found out fur a day or no louger. Smith got there about 4 30 p.m. on the ltitli »|tituo ; found the door closed and...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier ) The second Huseiwu of tho third Parliament of Q '- eiihldDii ««pL-ijel on Tuu*djiy l,y Ilia f'xewlJcncy the AfCin^ (jJi.vernur, in »hu new 1' ii liaiiit ntaiy building*, I fiu Bfemiioiti of the Legislative AasetnMy having entered and lakcn the s«ms icsvrved for them uufeide t;.« bar oj the JJmi*e. His EXCELLENCY read (he fulluwing Honorable OkwVlemkn OF THE Lkoi»lativb i'ouxcir.. ANIi (iKSTLEWEN UK TIIK LllGlaLi , TIVE AsfEsinur : - I. It i« now exactly five months *< ,ch J was enabled (a relieve you from the l«loih of ai> mm ually protracted Se^nm. in (,r,ler tint ! lime might be given you to attend to <h"se private affair* von Ms* long fA'fhticaVy, postponed to the consideration nf ihe public1 liUrtines^nf ihct'.lony. I trust thn limo and relaxation tliiu tifonled m;,y not hrtvc hern without benefit, but the pmgtcn* of evcnU and tlio* tuataridl growth of the v«*Hred i(,tere-fso/ | tlie c»u»ti)%4inca flgaiu demand ...

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

Uistcllaitfous, ECHOLS FBOM TIIE CLOU.-Lord Eicho uiei; lionod last night a story be hod hoard (ho t'iJ not vouch for the ti ntli of it) that a French lady's-maid had been appointed offlcc-lieupcr at the War Office, with the pay of a major iu the army. Sir Julio Pakington bad heard tbe story too (he did not vouch (or the truth of it}, and protested that the French lady'a maid had not been appointed bj him. The House laughed as Uwtily the. coin ical idea of,- a retired lady's maid obtaining a position which would have been an appropriate and munifi cent |)ro«ri«ion for the widow of a deserving and indigent oilicer, as it did on Monday night at the idea of an Irish prisoner being duiilicrately starved until lie professed his belief IH a religion which lie bas known to disbelieve. It almost seams that an expiring House of Commons will laugh at auylhing except at its own dissolution. GccEN^eiciriBB OF Actions.-Mr. Thacke ray never began upon less tbau a quire of letter paper. Half of th...

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A Romance and a Tragedy of the Harem. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

A Romance and a Tragedy of tbe Harem. A correspondent at Alexandria writing on llic 7cb ult., alludes to the ctreumstBOces mentioned in recent letters from Cairo, com monly referied to as the " jmlace tragedies," which continues to form the chief local topic. What is current (he say*) is that 'the Vice roy/ under h supposed apprehension of in tended harm to him. inspired from a quarter so near in relationship to him as to have raised doubt whether mental delusion in tliia respect niny not have weakened responsibility for what ho did, introduced to inner opar/ mcnts of his palace four young officers for (he purpose of keeping guard in an ante-chamber to un apartment »u whipii he slept. 8cand»l j reports that they HOOD turned their attention to pleananter objects than t|ie sleeping Patha. The latter was led to suspect impiopiiqty, and coufiriued, by hi* discovery, the truth of his suspicions. The officers, unserved hy his Ilighiiess'a. presence, were secured without resistance, nnd we...

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SCHEDULE A. CHARGES. Public Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

6chkddh A. CHABGM. Public Grave*, A dogle grave in open ground .,100 A single grave in <H»n ground, fur children under fire your* .. 0 10 0 A single grave in open ground, for a etillunrn child ... ..070 A single grave inopen ground, burials by Government and hospital contractors (adults) 0 10 0 A single grave Inopen ground, burials by Qovernment sni hospital contractors (children) ,.050 Private Gravel. Lands for graves (unscleoted) eight feet by fjur feet .. ,.100 Land for graves (selected), eigbt feet i>y four feet .. B 9 O Land for graves (selected), eigbt feet by eight feet .. .. 4 4 ® ILand for graves (selected), eight feet by twelve feet .. 6 ? 0 Interment fee, including cost of sinking each grave six feet 0 10 O Re-opening a grove or vault ,, 0 15 0 For certificate of right ot burial in all private graves .. ..060 For all interments which take place on Bunday 'except the grave is opened on the previous day), additional fee 0 7ft For all interments not taking plao...

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Rules, and Regulations of the Warwick Cemetery. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 9th July, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1868

Rules, and Regulation** of the Warwick Cemetery. Colonial Secretary'* Office, Brisbane* 9lh July, 1868. The following Rules and ltegul&tions, made by the Trustees of the Warwick Cemetery, pursuant to tlie 7th flection of (lie Cemetery Act of 1865. haviug been approved and con finned by liis KxcWIency tbe Acting Governor' in Council, are hereby published in tbe Government Gazette. By llis Excellency'# Command. A. H. VALUED. 1. The feeB and charge* get forth in schedule A felmll be paid At tills time the order is given for the preparation uf a nr »o, or when Hie permission of the tru-tees is obtained for the erection of any vault, monument,or tomb mono, within the said ccmctery. 2. The trustees shall allot the nice and posi tion of all graveB or vaults 10 be sunk in the cemetery. No catacombs will be allowed. S. No grave shall bo dug at a depth of leas than sis feet for an adult, and four feet six inches for children under twelve years of age. All graves shall be dug by the Se...

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The Largest Tree in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

The Largest Tree In the World. The Sierra Nevada ia bleak beyond other ranges, wlien fairly penetrated; yet no richer country smiles in the sunlight than from its bate to tbe Pacific. The Yosemilo Valley is one of tbe offshoots of tbe rich land penetra ting by some marvellous convulsion into the fastnesses of tbe mountain!. It 1a situated in Mariposa County, and tbe Merced flows dne west, till it ruche* the river San Joaquin, which carriea it north till it meets the Sacra mento Bowing South, whin both enter the tidal estuary above the bay of Snn Francisco. These rivers tun through valleys of un equalled fertility between the coast range and the Sierra Nevada. Along its conrae tbe Ban Joaquin receives numerous streams similar to the Merced, winding tlnoagh valea formed* by the great chain. About twenty miles from tlie entrance of the Yoaemite Valley-though evenjthere the elavation of 4500 (set above tbe aea level-ia a grove of 427 of the mam moth trees of California, called byjthe En...

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Forest Trees. [COMMUNICATED.] LARCH. (Pinus Lariz) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

Forest Trees. [ctnaiuinctrzD.] LARCH. (Pinvi Larue) Tbe larch |g a natlre of Alpine litaatfoni in th* .oath of Europe. Tbe finest and molt valuable trees far limber are found in chasms on the north tide of mountain*, where least exposed to the inn, and where the summer it of short duration. The timber It of rant valae whan pawn on poor, Bandy *oH. though It will grow on any toil where Hie water does not Magnate. It appear* to have been intro yiaoed Into England In or about the year Kit, M it i* men tinned by Parkinson: and in 16G1 we Had It noticed by Evelyn. Its introduction Into Scotland ts stated by Ifr. Lambert to have been efftoted by tbe celebrated Lord Kamei in 173*. and planted in tbe Blair Drummond .state t and in 1741 it waa extensively planted t>y tbe Duke or Athol at Dunkeld. This nobleman. according to Dr. Walker, bad Intro dated It from London a* a delicate exotic in 1727. along with torn* orange trees, and la aaid to ban been kept In the green house at Dun keld ont...

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Brutal Cases of Sticking up. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

Drutal £a»es of Slicking We learn from a gentleman who came down from Gympie to Brisbane on Friday Jflat, 111:it tu'o cases of st jckin£-u/> occurred List week on the road from Jimna to Gympi-» In I he first case a tnnn ua* stuck* uii by two biitthrau^era about 12 o'clock on Thursday last, five miles fnm Imbil head* station. One was armed willi A double. I barrelled sun, and the oilier with a pieiol; both of the busliranuotfl had crape over their ficcs. They made him go some distance into the ecrub, and then took from biln his hnr*f, toiodle, bridle, swhjt, liul« nnd booltt, and 5s C.I in money-all he bad. They then tied his J'eet together, and bis hands behind him, after which they beat him about the j head in a fearful manner. He was hfi it- the I scrub nil flight, but managed to crawl about | two tuileF, and watt discovered nest morning , | by wimc men from the head-station About . 4 o'clock the B.imn day four men werctstnek | up near the spot by two men, ^opposed to ' be the ...

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London Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

London Wool Sales* At the May sales in London (lie following were amnrigrt those sold by Williams, Over* bury, and Co.? Er Hsrmoilitu and L* flo^ne: Green And Co., 82 at SGd, 17 nt 25«l. 31 at 21R 35at24d. 4 at 23Jd, J5 pieces At 17dt 9 at l&fcd, Kx Slintlmavor; Tal?ni, 2 nt 31£d.J3 nt 2S|fl. 4 at 27jd, 8 At 21R 8 at 240, 2 at 23$d, 2M 2ld> 16 at l?\. ICx Swiftsure : Goon, 10 at 21Jd, 23 at 2ld, 10 nt 20i*. 12 nt 20d, 5 nt 19Jdt & at 17jU. 4 pieces at 151'!. Kx Swifisutc and Acn^s fto«e : ORE over Darlinjr Downs, 1 M 32jd, 10 nt 2tfjd, 14 at 28d. 6 at 2(>d, 2 at 25&d. 2 at 23d, 20 nieccs at 184*1. A\V nvor Mary vale 35 at 21Jd, 12 at 2ld t3 Rt 2<>4d, 16 at Ifl.i (O I9R Kx J*uo» and Stjntkna >*ei: M&D over Glen* jrallai). A at iJOJd. 5 nt 27d, & at 5 nt 2&d. 4 at 23R 16 at 2)d. 3 at 22Jd. 7 at 21R 4 nt 21 d. i at 19d. 22 M 1G-1, 9 At 12d, to 13Jd. . Ex La Hogooj GNFSover Darling l>o*rn«, 35 at 28&d. 8 a...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. A startling sccidcnt has taken place fit an isolated colliery in the Dawlais district, I atid which lit first threatened the Joes of 150 i lives. The colliers working in the four-feet ' vein nt tho l'anty-wain pit wore greatly I alarmed by the sudden outburst of a large | stream of water into their nross heading, nnd n terrific race for life nt once took place (heir mandrils being teft on tho spot, and a wild cry reverberating from heading to heading, which sent the ill-fated news into every part of iho pit, and by dint of the most frantic exertion of strength the col lier* pained a place of safety. Some idea of tho narrow escape many of the culljers had may be gathered from the fact that for several seconds they were obliged to Btrug glo through water reaching nearly to the top or their hands. The clearing the pit of the water will not only require a great deal of time, but will entail a heavy lose on the proprietors. The Marquis of Hastings, before quitting Parin, l...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the D. D. Gazette and Courier) BRISBANE, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

LATEST rELEGHAPIIJC KEWS. (From tht D. D. Gazttte and Cnuricr ) BRISBANE, Au^hsL 12. The Annrcss, as nmcud«*d ««* pro^eiiteii Jo Hin Kxcrllcii'-y iliu Aciinj-(iovcin<»r this iilt'DiiDi), liy 11 jo inumlici'H ol tlic »'j»):o>iuoii - tU<» oulv tu»i>purter of iLe Ciovcriimciit juitiuijl being Mr- Archcr. On ict'iruin^ to tbc Hou<e\ .nil after (be Speaker iud repotted the delivery «»f (ho Address. Sir. M ickmzic lh«» the Minix Liv lmd tui'lctvil certain ndvu'e (<i 11 in Excel lency tlie Acting nor, win. It«i*1 refund to accept if, pending Oh* 'iniv.-il uf hi> Kuct'cssm, C«l<«ni'l IJIacLall. 'I lie Lcirislativt* Assembly tlieu udjouiiied until next Wednesday.

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"SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

"SCIENTIFIC KXI'LOIUTION OF CKNTKAL. AUSTltALIA." On Thursday Inst, Fay* a paper of June J 8, at the Royal Society, Burlington House,} Ijeneral Sabine in the chair, an excellent j paper Whb read by Or. Nrumuyer. the well. | Unowtj German savant and writer of n work ! (in Knuliidi) mi Metenrnhmy and Electricity, I MiggeKtinz « **ScienIific Fxfdora'inn of ! Central Australia." Dr. Ncumnyer pro- | poses In cmch iho Australian eminent from 1 east to west, tlie expedition to extend over j three years and iv half, and to comprise A : thorough investigation in reference to phy*i» i cal geography, meteorology, nuneiolocy, j botany, eonlopy and so forth. At the same , time care should he taken to pel on the j track and so clear up, if possible, the fate of j that brave but unfortunate explorer, Or. i Loichhnrdt. In the course of hi* cxplana. ! lions the learned author entered into a most , interesting disquisition respecting thG pro* j bwhle configuration, aud the river system : of Central A...

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MARYBOROUGH. August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

MARYBOROUGH. August 12. Tlic escort nrnvcd to d/iy from <iyrit|H« with j four thousand tlncu hundred and Itvcnty nine ounce* of r«»M. ' There is only one crushing machine at woj It I a-4 yet.

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