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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

THURSDAY, MAY fl, 186?. The accepted doctrines of ^eBticat economy would seem yet to be at a discount with some people, notably at present with a Tew at Clermont, a town which boasts nevertheless an excellent journal. This last, however, seems by so means to have made up its own mind on the matter. At a meeting of squatters of. the districts the labour question,- that torment of McCulloch, Stewart, Mill, and many others, was essayed for prompt settlement The job, however, proved tougher than at first deemed; however the gentlemen concerned got over the difficulty in a more sensible summary way than would have been expected. At first Was proposed that all present should .ign apledge not to pay more than £1 .per week for shepherding. As how ever It was soou perceived that all labour could not be treated as on equal footing, aai of equal capacities, that skill was a decided element in the Question, (jits proposition fell through. Whether the resolution eventually adopted :-" 1. That in...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

(Efogtjsji $ foreign Items. The Great Eastern was to leave England for America on the 20th of ' March. The intermediate shaft of the paddle engines has been condemned, and Messrs. G. Forrester and Co., are to put in a new one, which is being forged by the Mersey Steel and Iron Company, and which is to be finished by February 12th. Six new screw engine boilers are also being supplied. The " big ship," when she again leaves '' die Mersey, will have accommodation for no less than 2800 passengers. She i« to ran between New York and Havre during the summer in connection with the Paris Exhibition Whet} Prince Esterhazy died his jewels were sold to a London goldsmith, and their arrival in thiB country for sale by auction was the signal for all the chief Courts of Europe to be pre sent at,,the disoersion of these magni ficent treasures. The jewelled boots, the pearl suite, the diamond dress, worn as they were by Prince Nicholas at the coronations of George IV., William IV., and Victoria, ar...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. THURSDAY, 2ND MAY, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. THURSDAY, 2ND MAY, 1867. (before Iho Police Magistrate.) Morgan v Strong.-This was an inter pleader summons. The bailiff seized a horse in Strong's paddock, which was claimed by a man named Joseph Summers. From the evidence ft appeared that Summers had lent tbe horse iu question to Strong some months ago. ?is Worship ordered the borse to be de livered up to Summers. Morgan v. Oxenbara.-This Was a similar case. The bailiff seized a mare, saddle, and bridle, when in possession of Mr. Oxenham's son, wbo resides with his father. Hanson Oxenbam, fceipg duly sworn said : The mare seized is my property. I pur chased it from George l'carse some time ago. By Mr. Morgan-I made an offer of three bones in lieu of tbe one seized by the bailiff to satisfy the debt. My grandmother gave me the money to pay for the purohase. JobnOxenham being sworn said: I bor rowed the saddle and bridle seized by tbe bailiff from Mr. Fraser, in Toowoomba. His Worship remarked that so \mruiy c...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

THE GARDEN. I Invite you all to my garden; Flower* in plenty arc blooming there; Tint you never saw fairer or rarer, 1 am aure that you will all declare; Tlio sweetest of little nosegay* lTor sacli of you 1 can chooso; And a» vary your tuitee and your tempera So will vary forms, odours, and lines. Sweet violets I give to the modest, # Myrtles 1 give to the bride, JSvcrgreens to the very old ladies, Scurvygi'Mi to young maids by their aide, To young dandies I give the narcissus, To princes the emperor's cronc, The sunBower I give to their courtiers, The poppy to^dults of renown. The sensitive plant t> ftir poets, JSfer them too the laorel grows, Not far<*ff is tho oommon centaury, Fit test flower for thf luUer's nose; To husbands I offer eryngo. To dreamers I give maiden's hair. And sorrel I give to the Jealous, To tattlers tho be!!floffor I bear. . SP Tbe cock'a-oomh t give to thA haughty, Tho poor I enrich with sweet mist, Vie gooseberry bosh is for critics, Dandelion...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, A special meeting of the Corporation was held on Friday afternoon last, to take into consideration the propriety of repairing the bridge over Deucbar's Creek, it being in a dangerous state. Present-llis Worship the Mayor, Aids. Brown, Affleck, Morgan, and Evenden. It was resolved " that the necessary repairs be proceeded with, and that Alderman Evenden be requested to superintend the works, and that the Mayor place himself in communication with the Works Department, pointing out the necessity of the Government immediately erecting a substantial bridge, and that the Government be called upon to refund to the Corporation the amount to be expended in the pre sent repairs."

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Portry. THE FIRST WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

Jjoffin. T1IE FIRST WIFE. He cannot put it quite away, As though it never had been there; The memory «»f that pure pale face. Framed >u with band* of gunny hair. The clear blown eyes ao firll of faith. The lip* 60 eloquent with truth; 'J lie first fhat ever atirr'd hU heart, ]{i» early bride, bis gentle Uutht Although for near a score of years Within the chorchyAi d she b*s JuIji j Uer grave made white with winter bjjqw. Or gr<wa nitb dripping April rain Although auotlier one has corao To nestle id her vacant place. With eyes as tender as her own. With form as fair, an sweet a face-* The twilight hour will find him oft, Within the busy city't* mart, Jits eyes witti drcauiy madness fillM Old memories stirring at hie heart. The baay scenes that round him lie, The hopes, the carcs, fade quite away, And in (heir place he sees a cot, A garden at the close of day A fair girl loot Jug shyly up, Where grape-vinee cluster on a wall; lr&int blushes running o'er her cheek...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

fowl Intelligence. A meeting of tlie Warwick Jockcy Club wan held at Mr. Dugden's Hotel, ou (lio 4:li instant,"when the following resolution was ud'iptod ".-Resolved, That a meeting of the officers bo convened for Wednesday, the 8th iust., nt the Commercial Hotel, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of filling up the amount of prizes to be run fur, and conducting general business. In consequence of the inclemency of the weather, and absence of some of the officers, the race meeting stands adjourned until Saturday ueit, at the Commercial Hotel, at 8 o'clock in the evening. At the Allora Found Sale, held on the 2nd inst., Tarty-eight horses were sold, realizing the cum of£117. How, a Chinaman, for a number of years a resident here,died from malignant fever; he was only removed into tko hospital a few hours before death, and attended there by Dr. Kcch. Richard Green who was sentenced to death and hung ID Sydney a short time ogo, lor robbery and murder, was formerly undcr stockm&n on ...

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

^iwctliscntcnfs. Board and Itesldcuce. GENTLEMEN desirous of comfort able BOARD and RESIDENCE can meet with the eaine by ftpjilviiiR to J AM liS COltNIBH. 90 Grnftou-st'oet. W STICK. » SPECIAL GENERAL MEET X\. ING of (lie Governors of llie WAR WICK. HOSPITAL will bo beld on Ibe even ing of thi) mil Instant, for the purpore of Electing Three Committeemen in tlie room of the Uev. T. lun,'Kfoid, resigned; and tlie Ivev. C. Wiles, and tbe Rev, Hogan, left tlie district. None but paid up Governors can vote. By order of tbo Committee, J. L. EOSS, 137 Secretary, TEW POIJIOS ttEWAKI). THE above reward will be given to any person ilmt will furnish such evidence as shall lead to tlie cuuvlclion of the parties who lately poixoned a valuable NEW FOUNDLAND fJOG, tbe property of WILLIAM KLUUE. Warwick, Slay 8th, 1867. 128 WILLIAM KLUQE, Saddler* Albion-alreet. INVITES the attention of the Public to bia varied STOCK OP SADDLERY, superior to any in the town. Repairs at most reasonable rates. 131 £S...

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WARWICK SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

WARWICK SCHOOL OF ARTS. The second annual meeting 0f the School of Arts was held on Thursday last the 2nd. instant; Mr. W. li. Brown occupying the chair in the absence of the President. There was a large attendance of members, and great interest appeared to be taken in the meeting. The Chairman having briefly stated the object of the meeting, called upon the Secretary to read the report which was as follows.: " Geutlemen, "Your committee have much pleasure in presenting t.» you the second annual report of the institution, find (rust that you will he satisfied with their proceedings during the past year. '* Ninety-seven members have been enrolled during the year. 2G of whom were yearly, 51 half-yearly, and 20 quarterly members, many being resident in the couutry districts. The income derivable how ihis source has been £70 10*., which was supplemented by tbe sum of £G3 1A. 3d., granted by Government for tbe institution last year. .' Your committee regret to announce that in all piobab...

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English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

(fngtisj & Jfomgtt $tnns. The present state of the Church of England is exciting much anxious con sideration in the minds of all parties in the State. While some have no other concern than that in a general break up and redistribution-some share of the sacred plunder may fall to them other) and those the great mojority of intelligent people, uninfluenced by foreign agencies and Bel f-in teres ted motives, desire to see the Church unsecularised and freed from State con trol, and with her ample property secured for spiritual ends. The sale of intoxicating liquors on Sunday is to be the subject of con sideration at a large meeting to be held in the Guildhall of London, on the 4th of March. The requisition to the Lord Majw is from all classes of the com munity, and it is very largely signed. It states that, " the undersigned being deeply convinced that the sale of in toxicating liquors on Sundays is inju rious to the welfare of the people, desire that the citizens of London shou...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

ARBIWAIi AXD BPPAKTWRE OF HAIU. ABBIVALS. From Maryl>nd, every Tuesday, at 1 p.m., aud cvtry Sajarday, at 6 p.m. u ib-iubane and lf»wlch, via DriTton, by Cobb's coaches, cvitj Tuesday, Tbunway, mid Satur days, at 3 |».m. *' Leyburii, via TaJgti Diggings, rrcry Wcducsday niSPABTUKES, For Maryland, overy Monday, at 8 a.m., aud cvvry Tituroday, a( 4 |>.ui, *' Briibanc <md I|)>wicli, via Drayton every Mooday, jVcdiuudaj, and IViday, ti> Cubb'f coachcs, at 9 a.m. I " Warwick to Loyburn, ercry Thursday, at 4 a.tn,

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

LATEST COHHCBCIil,. At home a portion of the Queensland Debentures have been placed at9i. QuenBland Securities are quoted 94£ Consols are quoted at 90J The Wool Market is dull, with a downward tendency, Sydney scoured showing the greatest decline Heavy hides are one half-penny lower Tallow is unaltered BRISBANE. THE rain and flood at die beginning ef the week gave a check to business; bat during the last three days it has been rather more active than usual A considerable number of country orders have come in, and the local trade also, .hows signs of improvement Woo) and other station produce is not commg down so freely as was expected, owing no doubt toihe heavy rainB and floods

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GARDENING MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

GARDENING MAY, GabdeS.-SOW cabbages, tarnips, onriots, peas, onions, parsley. and culiuary herbs-such as sage, uiaijorura, and thyme. Orange, and all evergreen fruit t**ees and ornamental shrubs Wfi.V be planted dating this and the two follow lojt^mnitha. but. wheu convenient, give this month the preference. A situation sheltered from westerly winds should be selccicd for assies') and Cornelias, which flower duiing June, July, August, and September, aa shelter vfery much prolongs the enjoyment of the of the flowers. PiEI4).-Sow lucerne- if this seed were sown tn drills, so as to permit of being hoed AS farmers do their wheat iu England, it would gift) the young plants a good start, and would mueb promote tne subsequent vigour and per formance of the crop; if drilled, fivepouud less seed may be given to the acre, As spring tnaice, fnftn the general dryness of the season, frequently yellds but a poor return, it is better to sow a small breadth of tbis crop, end In its .tead have oaten...

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AMERICAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

AMERICAN ITEMS. Prasidsftt ? Johnson fast vetoed the , Beconstruction Bill, declaring that the measure a unconstitutional, illegal, un - preofedentdid, and unnecessary. He , MiyB that the national triumph over the rebellion subjoined the insurgents to legal obedience to thfe Union, bat not to the yoke of an,arbitrary despotism. That on July 18th, 1661, Congress : declared the war was cot waged to .subjugate the South, but to enforce obedience to the Constitution. That, being once yielded the war should cease, leaving the rights of the States unimpaired.. To repudiate this now vronla be & breach of honour to which the,President would not bff a party. The President concludes by declaring .that all that is necessairynow to restore ; the Union is, that general willingness to support die Constitution should be displayed. . The President has alio vetoed the *.' Tenure of Office Bill," prohibitory of the removal of Cabinet officers with out the consent of the Senate. Con gress over...

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THE LATE STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

THE LATE STORM. The effects of the e torsi at Ipswich seem to have been severe:-" Ou Sunday morning the river rose thirty feet beyond low water <n<rk, golnpqulto over the roofs of several houses on the bunk* The water roee two feet and a-ha!f over the railway track at Walloon. About sixty yards of the embank ment was waBheil away at about eleven miles from Ipswich, and much of the bal last removed. The cotton crop bos suffered severely, same of the plantations having been quite destroyed." - Q. Times. We learn that the late storm; weather has done considerable damage to tbe sugar cane in the district of Neraug Creek,' The damage would not have been so great liad the vanes been older, for then they could have been cot ami crushed, but being to green *ud being thrown down by the wind they are likely to tale root, and can only be serviceable for the purposes pf distillation. Oeutitr. It Is pitiable to see the havoo caused by the Ifte storm of wind and rain amongst...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

It is not generally known that a great many wells have been constructed by squatters on (he Merri Herri, near Dublo. Mr. George Coppiu's company of acton and actreSaee, from the Haymarket Theatre, arrive d at Sydney by the steamer Cify of Melbourne last Wednesday aliernoon. They will appear on Monday night in the Prince of Wales Opera House. Sentence of death bas been recorded against Lyons for a'ciiminal assault on bis daughter. Tbe " crooodile" which, it is alleged, is occasionally to be found in the Gippsland Stivers, Is $|ippoBed to be a hitherto node, acribed species of iguana. Possibly it -may be identified as the " bonyip" of the ebon gio'al tribes, long regarded as a fabulous animal. Dr' fledley Mates that the late-Mr. Angus M'Millan bad one of these singular creatures preserved, wliioh ho had intended* to forward for scientific examination, bat was prevented by bis lamented death. On April 2nd. a party of Police tracked the two busbran^ing brothers Clark, to -a hut in the h...

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

AMERICA. I President Johnson has again vetoed the Beconstruction Bill. The bill has, nevertheless, been passed by both Houses, and by latest advices the President was taking active measures to put it into operation. Many leading Southetners urge its acceptance by the South, stating that if it be opposed, some measure more severe will probably be put in force. Nothing has been since done in the matter of the President's impeach ment. It is currently reported that another cable is be laid down immediately! under the auspices of the Emperor Napoleon, between New Tork nnd Brest . The intelligence from California is very meagre, the chief topic of discus sion there being the expulsion of the Ohinese, and the prevention of further importations from the Celestial empire. Latest reports from Valpairaso state that general business and the export trade continue active. The members of the Government have commenced to reside at Valpa raiso, instead of Santiago, as formerly. The United States Go...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

{To the Editor of the Examiner and Timet.) SIB,-I have read with some interest Dr. Bulteu's letter in your paper or Thuisday last, in refereuoo to the refusal of the Town Council to entertain the views expressed by him regarding the sanatory ftato of the town. Probably some of your readers have read Kiogeley'e novel *' Two Years Ago." In that theie is a somewhat similar difficulty between the Doctor, Tom Thirwall, and the townspeople of Aberalva; the Doctor trying hard to persuade the people to attend to drainage and cloanliness, and the people as obstinately refusing to comply with hie ad vice. In the case 1 allude to, the town was visited with an awful attack of cholera, which is represented as being oaused mainly or partly by the people refusing to heed the doctor's warnings. The present case is probably not so urgent or daDgerous, but still it is in some respects parrallel to the one quoted. Whatever may have been offensive in any previous remarks of Dr. Bullen, surely the Town ...

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SATURDAY, MAY 4. (Before the Police Magistrat and William Thompson. Esq.. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

Batobi>jlt. Mat 4. (Befbfft the Police Us^blrUe and WillUm Thompson. Esq.. J«P.) Morgan v. Oxeubam.- This case was heard on the 2nd inst. Tbs Beocb ordered the mare, saddle, and bridle seized by the bailiff to be given to Mr. Osenliam and Hanson Oxenbam, and that, as (he bailiff bad every reasonable grounds to suppose the property belonged to the defendant, that the coBts of levy be added to the execution. Margaret Hudson v. P. Hudson.-Sum mous for maintenance. Mr. Fuller for plaintiff: Mi. Oxenhun for defendant. Mr. Fuller made application to the Bench for an adjournment, on the grounds that bis client was too ill togive evidence. Adjourned until the 10th inst.

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, 7th MAY, 1867. [Before the Police Magistrate.] UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, 7th MAY, 1867. [Before the Police Magistrate.] UNDEFENDED OASES. John Chapman v. J. J. Kingsford. £2 14s Cd for cedar sold. No appear ance of either party. John Thompson v. Jas. McNamara. -Goods sold £6 2s 6d. No appear ance of parties. William Hawker v. George Pearse. -£4 10s work doae. Verdict for plaintiff. Mr. Conquest for plaintiff. Ransome v. Hockings-£3 3s pro missory note. No appearance. Henry Mitchell v. C. Nohe-£8 lis 3d meat sold. Verdict for plain tiff; 14 days allowed to pay half amount, balance one month. Same v. T. Bradford-£213s meat sold. Verdict for plaintiff; one month allowed to pay. A. Young v. Hockings-£10 value of horse lost from paddock. Non-suit. Mr. Oxenham for defendant. Roggenkamp Brothers v. Kingsford -12s fid goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff. Croinbie v. Scott-£1 6s work done and expenses of former summons. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. W. Hawker v. John Brenner-£2 12s for goods sold. Verdict for plain tiff, wit...

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