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APPEAL AGAINST ASSESMENT. TUESDAY, MAY 6th. [Before the Police Magistrate and Dr. F. Margetts, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

APPEAL AGAINST ASSESMENT. TUESDAY, MAY Cih. [lkforo Hie Police Magistrate and Dr. F. Mar-ctls, J.V.J This was a special session for the purpuse of hearing appeals against the assessments, and the following parlies gave notice of appcnl against the municipal rate* fur (be year ensuing: Bartholomew Hoa?, assessment confirmed; Alleu McGuinncsF, ditto; George Harris, ditto; G. and J. Harris, ditto; William Spreadhorough, adjuuraeJ uuti) Friday; John Downing, assessment reduced; William Anderson, assessment confirmed; White and Mackenzie, assessment reduced; Andrew Patterson, ditto; William Clun&s, ditto; Dluir Knur, assessment confirmed ; Michael Plndcr, assessment reduced. (William Thompson, J.P., hero took Ms POiit on the Bench.) Francis D. Bullen, assessment confirmed ; Thomas Jones, assessment reduced ; ltobert Johnson, assessment confirmed; John Ken nahan, ditto; Patrick McDermitt, ditto; , Martha Gil let, assessment reduced; William Gainford, assessment confirmed; H. G. Ra...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

CONTINENTAL. An attempt has beeu made to assass inate Victor Emanuel. Martial law has terminated in Spain. A terrible earthquake has occurred in the island of Mytilene. All the habitations have been reduced to ruins, and hundreds of lives have been lost. The Empress of Russia has given 55,000 dollars to aid the Cretans. We learn by the Atlantic Cable tha* die great Powers of Europe are urging the Turkish Government to make liberal concessions to the authority of the Pasha Garibaldi has sent his sons out to aid in the Cretan insurrection. He has promised to go himself. to take up arms. The Czar of Russia argues that the Sublime Porte should cedeCandia to Greece. A rising of the Christians through out Turkey is feared. The Sultan has made satisfactory concessions. The French transports have taken away the French troopvfrom Mexico.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. The Panama Mail arrived at Sydney on the afternoon ot Thursday, May 2nd. The latestdates from London are March 10th; " The yellow fever at St. Thomas' and at the Isthmus had abated. The Government delayed bringing the Reform Bill forward till 11th. March promising, however, that its provisions, when introduced, should be ofa liberal, character. The Fenians are taking the field in in masses in districts in Ireland. Troops in large numbers have been sent across the Channel to put down the insurrec tion. Several collisions have taken place. On March 10 the insurgents at tacked the barracks at Mountmellick, but were repulsed. Burke, one of the flfeman leaden, was captured in Tipper W'y- ^Tv-every place the troops and authorities tnv%~>w>ia(iouB. Seizures have been nuj^ie of irotnefiBe -^juantlties of arms andtifflnunilion. The would-, be organisers of the Irish Republic were in Paris* Manifestoes published in the name of ike Irish Republic ...

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

THE (fomuter attltr ©mes IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every THURSDAY HOB NINO, I In time for tbe OBtfoIni Mills, The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all am In advance. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF OHABGE0 FOB ADVER TISING t a. d. Two lioei 1 0 Foardo 2- 0 Biz do. fi .fi - Eight dj. I 0 Ereiy additional lix line* or under Is, Disoowx On 18 conseoutive insertions fcOperccnt All Advertisements must specify an their bee the number of times (her are to be in .serted; if sent In without this specification, suoh advertisements will be losorted until eountemiande<|> end charged for accordingly. All Adverttimeati touel be sent in net Uter than 8 p.m. bn Thursdays. Orderi lor withdrawal or alteration mutt be written. Non-sobsorlbers advertisements out be paid for previous to Insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Si. perl Insertion. AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. G. D. HaaBisoff, Stationer* News Agent, ] School of Art! Buildings. Mr. 3. Wude, South Brifbane....

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SURPLUS LIVE STOCK OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

SURPLUS LIVE STOCK OF AUSTRALIA. The Melbourne " Economist," is in great fear of an over-rsupply of food in consequence of the large quantity of land which has been taken up for farming purposes. A considerable portion of the r.lienated lands are used (or grazing sheep, which is found to be a very profitable occupation. It seems, however,that live stock will have ta be turned ino tallow, the natural increase of sheep being three millions annually more than the consumption of stock. As the disposal of surplus stock is an important question, we give in full the following communication to die " Economist" of April 19: The question wliat to do with the large and daily-increasing surplus of sheep, cattle, and horses, must shortly be met in a business way by those who produce them. It is folly to go on from hand to mouth, as at present, ex pecting " something to turn up unless, indeed, the something that is waited for is intended to be starvation of the stock, or a pestilence arising ther...

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WALL-FLOWERS. (From the London Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

WALL-FLOWERS. (From the London Jii-uicw.) Wall-flowers may be described as ball-flowers in the back-ground. They cannot be said to bloom in the season, for their graces are dead and their col ours artificial. While the ball-flowers are sought and caiied and whisked triumphantly to the music, the wall flowers shiver in nooks and corners with no one to tend them, save perhaps an elderly man who is unable to dance, j and whose attentions are as fatal as those of the seedy bailiff who dodges a debtor. There is nothing in the social world so dreary as the fashionable life of a wall-flower who is become one gradually and without knowing it, hut who suddenly is made aware of the fact with all its attendant desolation. In the heart of the wall-flowers there is a superb self-consciousness of her own power, and she never could forego the pleasure of inflicting plain when the suffering may be reckoned as a homage to ber perfections. Thus she is led on bj' fatal mischances, not seing her doom, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

Jnijtortat IJfltitt 11 WARWICK EMPORIUM. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. -ooorroocrooo rrHt; ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT; 1 COMPRISING DIUPEftlT, BOOTS AID SBOKS. i'ROCKEBV. CttOCEKY iaONHOXfi£Br flLASSWAUE Ac., 4c., Act. WILL BE SOLD AT A drat JUkrfioit in lri«, mm mm UNTIL THIS CLAIM BE SATISFIED, Commencing Saturday, April 6. HOURS OF BUSINESS NINE TILL SIX. 1-1 -1« casts Cent, gtbucttop. OBSERVE ! FOB CASH ONLY. THE BAZAAR AND GRAND. flisiritattim of|3i%s In aid of ibe ALL HALLOWS OONYENT LIQUIDATION FUND, , SESSJBiiWiE,, <®®jE5S®JS2i;&STi&» rrHE SISTERS OF' MERCY X earnestly Appeal In H lieiftvcleolpublic to aid in the EBtabHahajeijt of the Convent in Brisbane, for . the Helief and Service of the Poor and tfick of alt denominations, the Educa tion of Youth, and the support and employ* nient of distressed females of good character, who Are thus protected fr< m the many danger# of a city with a fluctuating population. In general thcao poor...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

^Irstellautous. HANDSOME WOMEN.-The older men grow the more apt they are to see beauty in a womans figure ratber than in her face. Your youngster will bow down and worship before a pretty face mounted on a broom stick or a pair of tongs, but so will not your practised I connoisseur of forty. Experience teaches thoroughly the value of healtb that its outward manifestations become more and more valued as the eye is trained to detect them. Thus it often happens that a middle-aged man will gaze with wonder at a skinny, dyspep tic-looking girl, perceiving that she is exactly what her mother was before her and unable to comprehend how on earth it was that be himself was in love with that mother twenty years ago. He may be more prosaic, perhaps, than of yore; but, depend upon it, he is more appreciative. His ideal now would be a much more healthful and harmonious creature, and probable a much better tempered one, than his ideal was then -which is a very strong argument against early marria...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAY, 9TH MAY, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate, and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) TOWN ASSESSMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAY, 9TB MAT, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate, and! William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) I TOWN ASSESSMENT. I William Spreadborough appealec against the assessment on the gronndf that the public road to his property had been stopped by erecting gates nea Rosenthal. The Bench quoted the statute, in forming him that any property withii the municipality, situate 160 feet fron any road or boundary, was liable t< be assessed. Town Clerk informed the Bench tha the Corporation had given notice ti Mr. Lester to remove the gates ii question. Assessment confirmed. Margaret Hudson V.Frederick Hud son.-Application for maintenance. Mr. Fuller for plaintiff, Mr. Oxen ham for defendant. Mr. Fuller opened the case by stating that the parties could not live together as man and wife, and aUhongh the defendant had made over certain pro perty $> his wife, the proceeds of the rents were not sufficient to support her in that position of life she was inr tided to.. Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

Jpucrtiscineitte. Board and Residence. GENTLEMEN desirous of comfort able BOARD and RESIDENCE can meet with tUe same by applying to J AM KB CORNISH. 90 Grafton-street. Uuccn's Birthday. CRICKET. ALL Cricket Players wishing for a pood panifc ar<! rrqiwBted lo nie«M on the Squftte, at Eleven o'clock on the nVov- day lUta. Balls, and Stumps provided by the undersized, o p CUMMTNG. 140 <3* A good muster expectcd. "iMPOHTAN i NO . ICE. W. II. BROWN HAS determined to dispose by pub lic suction, of (lie whole of t-lic remain der or his STOCK-IN-T It A DK at the Post Office Stores. Tlie Sale will commeuco on MONDAY NEXT, the Will ItiBt., And will continno each day following until the whole is disposed of. TUe Stock consists ol Drapery Grucery Ironmonery Joiners' Tools Oilmen's Stores Ladies', Gent's, & Youth's Boots Stationary Fancy Good Holloware, a flrst-r»te assort ment Iron Ploughs and Harrows And a large <J uautity of Goods too numerous to menti...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

In the letoro* fiitiiiihed J>; Mrt Uiibti| In the jLei&lative Ci'OncIl, WliV'» Will jrifcreaae I)T stuck) and population, and wool poultice ii (Inn, the **n*l ttbtaeding oo arts t« followed in regard toland, :We-»re fnrnUhed, withllie quantity taketi bp, «*id to fee cultivated, bu.t not with the (itoofa «{ thle WHU Vie nature, and '' qemlitlty of proiucu, It U puailble (bit ad tti# cue habd (lie large quantity taken up !o tbeiattyear <» yielding uo more than the .mUer quantity uken op in tbe farmer. Much of the ffeftt value of this ee'tleaventwiJI depend Upon I^Moni. With regard especially to eujjar and collofi, theprooeedg are notor iouaiy (Uncertain, And in all (bora cues ft remaini matter lor doubt whether the capital invented in or interest r«!«ed by tbe new in . ^MiriesiintjiatMk or even «ju«!» that which waa Invented or raiaed Dilihe fottntt mode* of Wtiil Occupation. Tbe present cotton «tid aRrieulturaVfetttMft eo f»r u geUat-sble are .gala-"! ttf6*upjH»...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

fetal Intelligence. Hugh Fraser committed from here some time ago for attempt to murder William Dillon has been admitted to 1)8iI, himself in £509, two sureties or £250 each. At iho Jockey Club meeting held at the Commercial Bold on Saturday evening the prizes in ho run lor at the ensuing races were agreed to, as appears io our advertising columns. Ou Monday evening last, a roan named William Swo'iney met with a serious acci dent liy fallini! from his horse near Campbell's p'liins. Dr. UuHen at once attended the iiijuri'il man wliuse face we are informed was Ken-rely cut. A' tin' Special Petty Sessions held on Tum-lny Iiisi bufore the Police Magistrate tin' fiillMwin^ publicans licenses were take!) into consideration :-George Rose, Sandy Creek, granted; John Holmes, Allora, granted; Edwin Lower, Spring Creek, ad journed to May at Allora; Patrick Fleming, of the Downs Hotel, transferred to James 1 Lethbridge; James Lethbridge of the Iioyal Hotel to Peter Conn ell. - In the Metropolit...

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FLIRTING ON SKATES. (From the Round Table.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

FLIRTING ON SKATES. (From the Hound Table.) Flirtation may be an evil, but the | world, or that portion of it which is blessed with common sense, lias pretty well made up its mind that it is a ne cessary one. So long as the sun and moon shine, and the stars run in their accustomed orbits-so long as we are actuated by those inflexible necessities which a bounteous Provid -nee has planted in the breast of humanity so long as woman are fascinating and men susceptible, flirtation >vil) continue one of the things which is, and which, therefore, presumably ought to be. It is surely uot so grave a thing as love, or, of course, so grand and glorious a thing. Dut then without it love would scarcely ever visit us at. all. It ia the beautiful and roseate forerunner of the nobler and loltier passion, which, like the sun itself, may afterwards illumine a Jong and steadfast day of life, or haply be darkened by the clouds of misunderstanding, of incompatibility, or of misfortune. The little god...

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

N E W 8 BY TBS ENGLISH MAIL. ARRIVAL OF TIIE SUEZ MAIL Amongst the passengers were Bishop and Mrs. Tuffnell. Railway strikes are in vogue in Englend. The Chancellor of the Exchequer has conccded the question of the landed franchise, and abandoned the principle o( dual voting. England declines to advise on the cession of Candia. Holland had sold Luxemburg to France for 100,000,000 francs. Prus sia i6 reinforcing her army in conse quence. The Paris Exhibition opened on 1st April. A panic is reported to have existed at Paris caused by the remote proba bility of a war between France and. Prussia on the Luxemburg question. Turkey was sending large reinforce ments to the Greek frontier, where an outbre?k was expected. The Chief Justice in charging the Grand Jury in Mr. Kelson and Lieu tenant Brand's cases, declared that the Sovereign has no prerogative to pro claim martial law. The magistrates dismissed the charge against Governor Eyre. The United States have purchased the miserable waste...

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TEETOTAL TYRANNY. (From the Licensed Victuallers' Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

TEETOTAL. TYRANNY, (Fron the I.iecnted Victualler*' Quardun ) All history- lias stamped the vice of selfishness, as the foulest which affects humanity. Both the Jewish and Chris tian religions dig at its roots, as being the most vital and strong of human evils. The latter more particularly, brands it again and again, and enun ciates i(s most awful threats against it. As the spirit of Christianity spreads, and nations and people gather under its beneficent protection, like the Beth lehem shepherds were gathered under the starry skies ol Palestine, selfishness becomes all the more apparent and pal pable. Its forms are multitudinous; so subtle 16 its agency that it often ap pears as aa agency of light. In this guise our friends the teetotalers ami permissivites make its acquaintance. They have a mania, if not (or drink, at least against it, and so they do all they can to serve their own ends, quite as infatuatedly as the poor drunkard will to quench his thirst. On moral grounds the onl...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

THURSDAY, MAY 16, 18G7. IF Mr- Pjijkg in bis ambiiioninr; the character of a Rupert of debate chargcd loo impetuously on the enemy, il, lo follow iho gamester's phraseology, he too carelessly showed his hand, he at any rate won the admiration due to liis fiery courage, and did good service to bis own side by showing how really weak was the enemy, seeking in vain to guard, and ftinting under the ra pidity of his blows. By their silence reticence, and the dispirited effort made by them under the charges accumulated Vpon their heads ministerialists made but too evident their consciousness 0( not possessing the confidencc of the country at large. Their bid for popu larity »y the reserve proclamation was (ar too transparent to hoodwink those whom their former vaccillating policy bad already alienated. Had such measure been carried out to its fullest extent, it might perhaps in their emer gency have weighed somewhat against the prevailing consciousness of friends ias well as lops, that to...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. In the aftcrnoou titling three new rue in born took ike oaths and iheir scats. Several papers were tabled. The vice-regal speech having been read the address in reply was then brought up. Mr, COXKN moved its adoption. Mr. MACKENZIE severely criticised the epeecli, ami attacked the railway policy and general political conduct of the Govern ment, Messrs. Raff, Fiizsimmons, and Walsh followed in the same Btrain, tracing the evils of the colony to the mal-praciicee of the Government, WEDNESDAY. In answer lo questions put, Ministers staled thru they had no intention to in ti-ndnce i\ UH-iiMire fur railw.iv eXU'hHon to Bi^h.uii*; the Iit»t* hH(1 been formally opened to no i:i(f<ntion to proclaim icaerven .»«, JimUonr, Coaraieo, Cumkillen* bar, B» nniin, Yaudilla, Cecil Pl.iina, Dim inorr, «»r hi |lr»adbound ; Mr, licrltert bad boeo ivq'<i.sH>i| id act as financial nuent at a salary of £100 pur month ; no information given to Ijit; Excellency ...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

||arlianuii(ar|} fulclligcntc. Parliament opened (the fifth session) on Tuesday 7ui inst wiih the usual attendant ceremonies. His Excell ency's speech comprised twelve para graphs The second drew attention to the results of the Melbourne Postal Conference, and recommended the Torres Straits mail ronte. The third stated the action of the goverment in the recent proclamation of reserves on the Downs &c. and directed special atten tion to the intended introduction of a Bill for consolidating and amending the laws relating to the leasing of Crown Lands, The fourth referred to immigration, to the closing the old system to the yet necessity uf boiub mnrio, omJ -promised the submission of a Bill upon the subject. The fifth declared the Toowoomba railway now open for traffic and that authorised public works were rapidly approaching completion. The sixth enumerated several bills to be hereafter laid before members. The seventh stated the intended appointment of a financial committee....

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tbe usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held oa Thursday afternoon last. The Mayor presided. Present:-Alder men Eveuden, Brown, Morgaii, Burden, and Affleck. COBBFSPOKDEKCE. After tlie minutes of the last meeting hid been read and confirmed, let-era were read: From T'iwii Clerk to (1,) Dr. Bullrn, in answer to his letter addressed to the Council, piling attention t.o the slnte of the Flats old Bank cellar; (2,) To the Police Ma 'ate sanctioning the removal of the old [ to be used by the police as a stable; m the Mayor to the Colonial enquiring if the sum Toted by it, viz., £100 towarda fencing the rve was available for the work ; J» the Mayor to the Commissioneis 'ftnlilio Works, calling attention to the state of the bridge over Deucliar's Creek ; {5,) A petition front inhabitants praying (hat some steps be taken to drain the Flat; (8.) A letter from Alderman Boss asking leave of absence from Council for one month on account of ill health; (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

E inter unit Cimcs I'LISHED IN WARWICK ^HltRSDAV NOBIVING, e for (lie Outgoing Malls. The amount of Subscription is FIV K 6 HILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in advance. Single copies, SIXI'KNCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING s. 4. Two lines I 0 Four do 2 0 Six do 2 6 Eight da 3 0 Ever; additional six lines or under la. DISCOUNT On 13 consecutive insertions 20 per cent. 26 ., 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their face the number of times they are to be in serted ; If sent in without tins specification, such advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not tjlator than 6 p.m. on Thursdays. ; Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be written. y. Non-subscribers' advertisements must be k ijpaid for previous to insertion. 1. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per insertion. , AGENTS IN BRISBANE: ' Mr. G. D, HARBISON, Stationer 4c News Agent, School of Arts Buildings. Mr. J. WILDE, South Brisbane. Depa...

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