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JOURNAL OF RUNAWAY CONVICTS. (From the Western Australian Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

JOURNAL OF RUNAWAY if CONVICTS. > {from the Western Australian T.ms) Tho following journal detailing the sufferings of the men who bolted from the Warren Road party, has been re ceived by the Convict Department. It is to be hoped it will have a deterring influence upon convicts contemplating similar hopeless attempts at escape: On Saturday, the 17th November, I absconded from the Warren convict camp, cccompanied by Charles Ellis, John Smith, and Samuel Hooley; and the wore effectually to evade the police wo started at dusk, all four of us plunging into the Warren Kiver, down which we swam for about half a mile when we landed, and crossing on some togs obtained a quantity of Hour and damper, which had originally been planted for the occasion. We then struck east, steering as well as we could by the moon, till about 1 a. m., when we came to a halt. I8th.-Started at daylight, and after travelling in an easterly direction for about two bouvs came to a dense thicket, through which we ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCE ? ON the date of the proposed visit be coming known-the 26th inst.,-the Corporation appointed a committee to arrange for his reception, The reception committee met on Monday morning last at the Criterion Hotel, when Mr. Brown submitted a plan of an arch to be erected over the bridge, surmounted by the Queensland Sag, flanked by the Union Jack and Greek flags. He proposed also that eighteen young men. under a captain, and in uniform, should proceed to Glen gallan gate, to serve as " body guard" to His Excellency from thence to town. Uniform to be scarlet coats and cap of one pattern, and the council to pay for same. The Corporation to meet His Excellency under the arch, and after presentation of a brief address to ac company him thence to the Court House, for the delivery there of the more formal address by the Mayor. The Court House to be decorated, and lunchcon to bo, provided in separate rooms for His Excellency and suite, and for Lady Bowen and suite. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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DEATH. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

DEATH. (COUMUMCATED.) Deaiii ib an universal leveller. It would seem to us in oar bitterness at his visits that he launches bis spear in discriminately, nay more, in the blind ness of our impotent wrath we accuse him that be decimates the good, and spares the worthless and bad; that he takes the flower, yet leaves the weed. It is true that we rashly arraign the decrees of Providence, true that we attribute to that Providence the fruits and shortcomings of man's (oily or ig norante-yet may it not again on the other hand be asked if that very igno rance be not also God's providence. What suggestions and reflections may not the recent sudden removal from our midst of a young man of pro mise, looking forward to an average duration of life and share of human enjoyments, afford us. We.call these inscrutable occurrences accidents, but what is an accident? Is not life one succession of accidents, and is it not also inscrutable ? Who is there bold enough to pronounce upon this ? We can but /...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF M[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

AKHSV.lff, KSlMKVBilt: ** oa'-jfi tsf.*. AJ.'IUVU s. Krom Marti ni. cveiv 1a.-al.ij, ut 1 p.m., and c»«r\ .. IW'.^nVV/j1 iV'wta, 'it itr.vvu,,. <? <\W i *. '1 3wU(ai«j. M.J ^..r day*. Rt a r. v " J«o\»>ur », t tti Tn^ui 1» bri«-J 8S r *«?''' IVt WarvU'd, fvc-rv Monday, ut b an:., iui.i cvir.< Yuii.-Mi.ty, ut 4 " BnSUllQ . ii' 1 l|i ujc'i. t'fa Hrnin'i. <» rv W' »*. un«l U\ o.a.l.c, si> " 1Vjr»Kii lo c nr. T.ia. nl»i i a.*.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

rtmini.itcsAij. . VIA. Panama we learn that bank rate of discount (England) etitl remained at 3$ per eeut. Comparison ol rates 'of exchange and of quotations at Paris and London showed the price of gold to be about the same in both cities. Colonial bonds continued to be sought for investment, and the new Victorian 6 per cents, bad advanced to 103J ex. dtv. ' After noticing the financial diffi culties of the year from the forcing up the money market 'with occasional lieavj' pressure, and the sudden collapse aijd panic, ushered in by Overend, Oorney, and Co.'a failure, together with the additional disturbance, through temporary, of the Auetro-rrussian war, and the whol<\ crowned by the defi ciency of the harvest, yet when mossey was becoming more plentiful and con fidence slowly restored, Messrs. Wil liams, Overbury, and Co, report: Under these oiiouiuitanocf, ii is gratifying touute Itie rumarUabUi stiiWUty »ii!tli has distinguished ttie colonial wool trade ttiioitgh out t...

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GARDENING. MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

«>- tno».: i' 2 v «. MAKOil AllfvF.KTt»t? SC'iV^hir) : .M"»1 "f Iftfld mmuuii ^ r,u\9 »«vcr. h»ji\ thi«- is tin; he: t fine to uutdr tUouu^Uly iut»» l h.' v'u'tivuU.w «.}' Furopeatt vegotuM'1.*. Si* t '« i lull c op* i.J' rabbflg'?><, tfivoyt-. IccKm, ca ilill »'.*"' * Urim Sprout". c«n'Vc U*.jnc!»U<lrt. I i»r..j}i.s, ran-ai-, OhiHttS, 1..'bks, bCUUi. {)< rl&, i)L'L t, nut&ley, & Jads, JJ'ujjv p.«nl* ne»« flnllj pluVIO'lS BiJM'llJS. trHit-pl««t "li fIt'OUI . ablo ucC'iM >n!*. it jjj a <:.»'() plot m pru-\ y nttj,4 caulill-rvoja j.il . ,i b.:J oJ' nio-: rich «.»"th the o «U»ut i'pui' inches :ip;ul. *1*ov occupy lifiJc rn »III nml cnn lie easily wati-ru 1 mid shaded f-i* h i'ew d:iyt*. It W rr.'i* thov *vi}1 H, *Jii/ C'.uic ttuutl tlilC*. b'0>'-»>c lit.n^ tjd&nty And ciuipiet, unci da »»ot *U«<>p su u\«ch when finally put o'it. Conyo tm-.chu'la «*v <ur*ganfc|- is a line ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

cpuci'iiscmcnts. WANTED, by a Married Couple Willi''nit ci;cnn]1ir.iti(c, n SITUATION on ft St>«ti >i) or .it nn Hotel. I3u»>1i preferred Apply A. II.. oOico of this paper. 22 BOARD and RESIDENCE wanted, lit i\ UfspeetnWc family, tthero no other loiters. Stntn terms. OS AdJicsUI, oQi:c of ilile paper wutwicii scfliapofe OF ARTS, rriiE ENTERTAIN MENTadvertised X THIS EVENING is utiAVoidatily l»OSITONKD until FRIDAY, the 22nd Meruit. \VALTER SKYWAY. Secretary. 6th Matcli, 13CG. />4 CllAKLES L bUHA.N, OBAFTCH 8T.W, WARWICK. Sfcifioitioiiii, tstiinnlos, ifco., nielied on roaBoi^Viiterrn?, M To the Worshipful the Justices if He I'cace act' ig in and f"r the District of Warwick, in Ike colony of Queens land. T JOHN HOLMES, now residing j If at Allora, do hereby give notice tint it is my intention lo apply at the next .annul Liceifc-ing Meeting to be bolden for Ibis dis trict 'm Tuesday, the lGlli day of A pi il next cnstiirifr, f«r a I'UllLlCMi K LICKNSB for ilio sale of fe«me...

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English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

$ng!is|j # Jfortrgit Items. Dsi. Maxmno.-Archbishop Mauning seems tn believe in newspaper almost an much as Dr. Camming-, who quotes letters from "special correspondents" to prove that (he Millennium i< at hand. Lord Clarendon recently called on (lie Pope, and according to Soman gossip, said, 'on quitting the presence, "That is, ind"cd, a Sovereign, "meaning tbnt Clio old in«n has 4he personal dignity and bearing wliich is suppose to distinguish monarchs, and in which they arc, as a rule, so deficient. This remark, which may or not be apocryphal, is quoted by Dr. Manning in an address de livered on Tuesday to ft Catholic charitable society, as if the cod, ncoptical diplomatist had said, admitting the Popo'a priority among Prince*. " This U, indeed, iljo Sovereign of Sovereigns." What Lord Clarendon, in all prohnbility said, was* "Geutlemanly old man; acts King well." M.oott Swis'dley-The circumstances con nected with Major Swindlcy'* professional eclipse nnd reinstatement...

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SQUATTER v. FARMER. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

SQUATTER v. FARMER. No. II. f produetire it must bo born in mind ,;l We mean yielding superfluity of cx mojge, (value over and above require E,U of raiser.) Those in this category ^.oot be oalled productive, since the Edpe, or capital, common to thcra is fonary. But we may think that s ; « government should discourage & ^condition of things as much as 6.M positively injurious to itself, listeria! wealth there can be no jf still; not to increase is to 6 "fey reason' of !OBS of interest iught to have been created, and of small independent holders easing their aggregate capital axe constantly in danger of n, for caBuaMes of any nature, i.isc., might ravage their stock, their 'property by a half atj iWQop.Ttnd fling numbers sud ?to the labour market, while I ?cases losses are paid out of J nr centage calculated before ?d provided for. The actual ? the country is liable to sad ?tas diminution in the one ?in the' other only the Interest Ihave sai^-enSjnain question bility J' rio o...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

r ? Corrtsponbente. AUecmnmolcatlonifortlieEJitor mu-t be plainly written ob one tide of the died of paper (inly. Tin1; iniut be aatbeittfcAted b5tbc nam" and a.UrcM of tlie«ri(cr MB gOAranfe of good failti. Tacts arc chiefly inugfi', .od H mutt be understood that tin* infi-miccs or mi .aningv will be ftt tbc dlsrrdiuii of tlic llillior. (To the Editor of the Braminrr and Timts ) 8ib,-I have been glad to see tint, with the exception or one pi' livu^ tliu minor journals, Hie unreasoning etrinlurfs of " Caustic" in your contemporary llic D. D. (httette'a columns, in repaid to (lie pirtios who took up the chief jmrtion of the land offered at the last land sale in his town, have met with tlio dis.ipf rohation of, and evoked a common sense view of the ques tion from, the leading portion of the press van tile Oourur not venturing tu endorse Item, If, as " Caustic " avers, lliu poor mnu, or wonld-be small holder, have ngnin lost an "pportonity of acquiring Ihn land lie re. lires; if it hav...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

Jinpaunbings At Warwick, from Canning Downs s driving expenses, Si. per headWhite c»w, JW off rump. Black ami white cow, W near rutnp. Black cow, ALoff lump. Red and white cow, like shield brnnd ncpr lump. ilicgiMo brand off rump, llid and white steer, like \VC off rump and ribs. Red alii «teer, like *?* over W off rump and ribs. Hud nud white bull, ISO or L> near shoulder; damages £1. Hed a-)d white heifer, like TS off t ump. Red and white cow. like -- over 8 off rump, like TS-» over B off lib*. Rod heifer, like 1IM off rump, iileglblo brand off ribs. lied and white *teer, like II off ramp and lib*. Red and white heifer, like JT< iff rnmp and ribs. White ' steer, illegible brand off rump ond ribs. Red end white C'-vv, like e-s over JL off rump, blotch over EC off ribs. Red and white steer, i iiluffiblu bmud <»fl iiMip Red ond while heifer, visible brand. White steer, JO over , O near ribs, like C near rump. Red and while I heifer, like El* off rump. If not ...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

At a special meeting of the Scab Cutn nrieeiorerB, livid at (lie Treasury on Thurs day week, it was decided to recommend that the periud of quarantine to which cliocp ar riving at any port in Queenaland from neigh bouring cnlunfrs are now Bubjectcd, should be reduced from tlx to three months. It wab alao decided to recommend llmt, when tbc Government of New South Wales are in a positiun to iaaue o proclamation declar ing the sheep in that colony to be free from scab, sixty days thereafter, tbe proclamation now in force proliibitinz the introduction of sheep into Queensland from New Soutb Wales acroaa the frontier, should bo an nulled. IrnWiCH A quantity of land In the Ipf wfch and Lnldley Agricultural Keserves was thrown open fur selection at the Police-office on Thursday, and several lots were taken up, both by purchase and under the Leating Act. Total pnrcliaEe<), 905 acreB; leased, C88 acres -Quttnsland Timet. it will be seen by our shipping report that Mr. Cowper arri...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting o OuJ'ftnr.'ilioti «'i« iicltl on Thursday last I'lTfcnt ;-tlie May-ir, Aldermen Eve Afllerk, CVonibi<-, Bugdcn, Morgan, Ci'-iwii. A letter was rend from tlieJSfayor I Hon. the Muster far kinds, again c* nt'ciitiun to the subject of the openi Grjfioii-B'.rei t i>> the river, and asking; the matter be reconsidered. T'.ic iinpnm>mcijl committees repo" CI was I'nmght up, wlitcli elated that tain streets had been cleared to the' frtctiun, and wus ajopted. Tin; finance committee recommesded pnyim-nlsriiiJIiji Thornton, cicoriue Mreetp, £28; T. Slavin, for r moving hay-stark, £1. * Tno MAVOB in calling attention to tlie t' cent protwevtion of himself as chairman the Municipality, proposed " Tliat in ti opinion of thin council tlie roasonaUo inter (/rotation of tlie 18ilt m'Ction of 11)0 Bathuri Uurr Act is. that tlie corporation hi Hi 3] t deemed tlie uivncr of all fiill'lic reser*as«, ro.irln, and streets, withi...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TOBHDAT, M/incn 12. Ou Oio Bench-0 Gouti, Ji-q., G. Clark, E*q , and W. Thompson, Etq., J.P.V Tlio following casi-a were adjourned J Bunk of New Sw.th Wales V. Jiimpsofi ; Lester r. Lnhehnn; Diute v, Horstuan; Newton v. OJnrk & (jo. Gilm v. Cramer.-Cubc df unieBad. Allen v. H. Henry-Meat snppliod£3 4s C(i. Verdict fur I'lalutiff. Same v. \V. Henry,-Moat supplied £9 12«. Gil. VerdlctTor plaintiff. Same v. Lnlie}' Meat supplied £5 lis. 8J. Verdict for plaintiff. O'Dwycr v. ISn»L'ftii.-Work done £1 lfls. Verdict for plaintiff. Mr. O'Dw.ver v. Diiggan.-Work done, £5 2s. Verdict for plaintiff. Kingsford r. M'lntosh.-Goods sold flu'i delivered, £6 20s. <iJ. Verdict for plain tiff. MIntosh v. Picltwortli.-Goods supplied, £5 12s. Defendant acknowledged the cUitu, and WAS allowed a month for ptymecit, M'liilonl) v, M'Giiiiiui te.-Balance of ac count rendered. £19 Gn. Verdict for. plain tiff. Morgan v. Oxenliam.-Verdict for plain tiff. Same v. Sti...

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CROCODILE CREEK DIGGINGS. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

CROCODILE CREEK DI&GfNGS. 1 (From our own eorreteouienlA . THERE has been a great exodus froni tivis place ever since Christina?, much so, that I do not thijik j' are 500 white men led. 11 Things in general here wear a ,v«"f|l deplorable aspect, as iudependemlyof the scarcity of auriferous proundieft,. unworked, the late rains havefco died ^ up the old workings thai it 1» impossi^ ble for months to come to work manyi. of them. On the upper flat where a few short weeks ago all was ©as scene of industry and bustle of thousands of diggers the eye can range at iacg» and only discover here and there lated parties working, or attempting^ work (often in vain), what little eqsjd' ground is left. The lower or C#atS3&»> aioner'e Flat, is at present only 'to'i be, looked at, as the ground is^oeatar^^^ with water that much progress be made till the winter is more, vanced. In the meantime, how great exertions are being model few scores of men who have claims thereon. They are ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

Histellratow. Many stories, iiresrined to be apocryphal L-._ i~lJ .JTmi* ilia jt«S(lAnM IB tDI According to lu) giKiemem 01 *» whom wo believe to be reliable, M w®« whicli a»i*wcri the description often given®1 the supposed " buDyip" has been ae®nl#t®|T by a number of persona. Tbe localityl°v sttange discovery is Ston*CfoA» ab^t PW 6li &'>gG Ul»KU»ui » 10 mw"* v ' . mil«9 from Sleigliti. and tho atatemcotis tu« the monster has frequently shown itself tberr and beoifleveral timeB pursused. It new, leaves tlio water, end always disaj neatli tho nurfaoe when any of tbo h«n>* species approach; but at night its crissjjhic resemble the bellowing of a bull, aM-tfistill Ueanl, and are so loud, we we told, that j nous living; in the neighbourhood are prevante from going to sleeep in consequence of then,! One or two fruitless attempts l>»»e bcerilnsdo to capture the monster, but our informant states tliat a plan bas been organised, which promises to be successful. fbe story h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

THE hitnhtcr mtlr Siiitcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK fEvery FKIBAf MOHNIKC, In nme for the Ongoing Malls, _ amount of Subscription is FIVE B H1L L I N G 8 per quarter, in all cttet is adraoce. Single copies, SJXPKNCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVEfU TISISQ Two line* J' *0 Four do. 2 0 fit* do 2 g Eight dj 8 0 Eveijr additional six lines or under Is. DISCOUNT On IS oonseoutlve Insertions 20 per cent. 86 " " S3 " AU Advertisements muit .specify on their few the number of limes they are to be in laerted; If sent in without this specification, itnoh sdvortljements will be inserted until V countermanded, and charged for accordingly, r . Advertisements must be sent in not | latur than « p.m. on Tborsdsvs. Olden for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Xon*abicr(b«t>' advertisements must be i paid for previous to Insertion. insertion*"' Blrth,' *Dd Deatbs* S)' P" AGENTS IN BBISBAXE Mr. G. D. Umbuo*. Stationer * News Agent. School of Arts Building*. Mr. J. Muw, South Brisbane. Department o...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK FHIIMY, MAUCM 1. j On ilix llfncU-<i. Vr*t>T. K-q.. J ^ , ll»l>crt Slnri*. vh :c«:«l with fur'^ns rn iriff i wa< finely Uiu\ <l^i- «*'**. m doUuiU, if) i niitil f.rxt Jay; iMiUliowo',-U ilOu.^l >.», ^ surety X& 1 S.lTL'M'AY, MAliCII 2 ' On tl« tkneb-U. | Ci.uk. E--q- <l"a »'?"? ^ 1', 1 IVarca v. r»i:»>«*.-"f complainant at a hnmj.y nUot 3 mil«» fi» » !| '*k"m!,(ii IVr.rce <«<?«> } _°" . ^ Wl'enl^vin? on the «sw«WFHffir$ ' ncr fil'Rt, "ot j11^ J' V .nnn- Waft wiiU I me A ma» imutcd Jt'lm lotu - , Mill nt tlitt tim<i. Ncvit said on t « M>nd*> ? ZrX,\ th«' C.»pas should conic will. me and I"vh'i'll;'p C"P*s deposed : Went i» c<mip«ny : with J.on in-iaw. the complainant. 10 Ma tMn«a from the Uad l"51" ^Xi"tUtu»'i.«b« fcavci1 an *.»' ,l,.ruU,l,mt. WMle «ce«S>'wd w>u' l,!iC f1"""" l.,ht cam" out of tUehut find »lruck om KiM,on"l» Ider. »*«"««* T ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

MARRIED. On Friday, March 8, at Acacia Creek the residence of the bride's father, William Augustus Jessie Adams, Esq., of Korellah, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Ralph Reid, Esq.  

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Poetry. LINES FROM THE GERMAN OF EICHENDORFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867

|ortrg. LINES FROM TIJB GEBMAK or EICBEITDORFF, On hit again tteitig the tree on which ht had cut hit svutheart'e name. Itavo I iliDD found ttiee, d«are«t troe ? Art thou, indori', tlie very saws, la whose young bwfe, long ycnre ago, I fund!; cot my &ist love's name ? How yours have changed thy slender trunk ( Tliy lusty growth tins quito effaced As riia forgot her love, aim mine Tlio muoli-lovod letters tUit 1 traced. I, too, like tliee, have grown since then. And time and grief have turned tne grey; Sfy wound Brown, but lint not closed. Nor will it, (ill my dying day. Washington correspondence alludes to specimens of Halt sent to tlio Postmaster General from the district or Paliranagot, in the state of Nevada, which are raid to hare been taken from "a mountain of pure salt, several layers in extent, and several thousand feet in height." Through silt blocks of ft foot nquara a newspaper can be read, they ere so transparent. A curious petition wnn presented (o Major Dickson,...

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