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THURSDAY, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

THURSDAY, MAT 16. Both Houses presented their addresses to His Excellency, and read kin reply thereto. In the Oouncil, the Hon. H. B. FITZ'S motion was postponed. In the Assembly, the SEORETABY FOB LANDS and WORKS rose to a question of privilege in reference to a report in a journal of a speech, wherein he and the Premier were ch irged with certain corrupt practices in the selection and proclamation of an agricultural reserve on the Onmkillenbsr run. when the people of Dalby had agitated, it was 6iid, for such a reserve on that run, an area of 30,000 acres was at once proclaimed under pre-emp tive right. On the death of the former lessee no money, it was found, had been paid on account of such purchase, and that the reserve was then proclaimed under the Reserves Act. The Government, it was further said, had made one of the principal agitators a Justice of the peace to keep him quiet. The hon. speaker explained that the purchase ander the pre-eraptWe right had never teen com pleted, ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. By Mr. WALBH: Motion in regard to depression of oolony-necessity of considera tion of fiiea] acta of laat session-increased duties on winea and spirits nowise-ad valorem doty oppressive-duties under Stamp Act inequitable. By Mr. WALSH: Contrary to spirit of constitution for members of either Honse to take part in electioneering proceedings-the addressing eleotors at Warwick by Post master-Genera), last election, improper. By Mr. REED: Necessity of framing very libeftol land laws in present state of eolony -extensive areas on seaboard to be at onoe proclaimed for leasing by free selection before and after Burvey-rent of plots brought onder bona fide cultivation to cease, lessee to be entitled to possession in fee simple. By Mr. LAMB: Betwn of mil monies paid ont of pnblio revenue to any member of the Honse, or to any firm of which a member of the House is a partner-alio of unsettled claima. By Mr. POGrH: Return of monies ex pended in connection with the Intercol...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. MEETING. A meeting nf the member* of IhiB^iurtb was held on Wednesday evening 15th iost., . « hen thorp were present tiieVen. Archdeacon ' GlcDiiie, Rev. Mr. Danvern, Messrs. White, ' Margetts, Pratten, Spreadboiougli, Harris, Camming*, and Iiujdeo. The Rev. Mr. Danvers occupied the chiir. 1 Resolved, That the Secretary be requested j to call fur tenders for the erection of a new church proposed to be built, and i that the Secretary be instructed to advertise for tenders.

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WARWICK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

WARWICK HOSPITAL. A special meeting of the subscriber* Jo the above institution was held at the Court Home on Wednesday evening 15th inst. George Clark, Esq., was in the chair. Present-Messrs. Bullet), Margetts, Har ris, Thompson, F. Morgan, Bugden, Win stone, Brown, Fuller, White, Rev. Mr. Dan vers, Pratten, Camming, Tyrell, Lyons, Lethbrldge, Jarrett, Evenden, Woolcotr, and Boss. The CHAIRMAN stated that the object of the meeting was to appoint three com mitteemen in the room of the Revs. Thro. Kingsford, C. Wiles, and Father Bogan. W. THOMPSON, Esq., proposed, and J. C. WHITE, Esq., seconded, that D. M. Sinclair, Esq., Rev. Mr. Madgwick, and Mr. Fuller be appointed. Proposed by Mr. LYONS, seconded by Mr. LETHBRIDGE, that Mr. Tyrrell be appointed. Mr. THOMPSON remarked that the rea ion he had proposed Mr. Fuller in lieu of the Rev. Father O'Reilly was In consequence of the uncertainty of that gentleman remain ing in Warwick. Dr. BULLEN remarked, that Father O'Reilly had expressed ...

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CIVIL CASES. TUESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

furniture; had permission to remain in the house, and offer of a dray to convey the family away, while no violence was used. The house had been in defendants possession 10 or 11 years. His Honor pointed out the discre pancy of evidence. Verdict for plaintiff. Damages Jd. DEFENDED CABEB. John Newton, Agent for Jamti Newton v. Ohnrlet Olark, and Co Amount £14 10*. Mr. Fuller, for defendant, took exception to plaintiff being sued in wrong name. Objection fatal. Nonsuit. Phelnn aud Nolan v. Adienlrooke, * Mr. Conquest for plaintiff's. Action for recovery of money paid over, in a case tried at the last sittings, to de fendant in die capacity of plaintiff's attorney, and on their behalf. Verdict for plaintiffs-£10 7s. Kingtford v. M'lntotli. Board and lodtging account £33. Mr. Addenbrooke for plaintiff. Mr. Fuller for defendant. The parties were partners; the one boarded frith the other. The case was without interest, and turned, as usual in such cases, upon accoants compli cated, and, ac...

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ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 15th MAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, Dr. Margetts, G. L. Pratten, Esq., G. Clark, Esq., and W. C. Balls, Esq., Justices of the Peace.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

ALLORA. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, I5th MAT, (Before (he Police Magistrate, Dr. Margetts, G. L. Pratten, Esq., 6. Clark, Esq., and W. C. Balls, Esq., Justices of the Peace.) fiarah Vssey charged with drunkeness, Was discharged With a caution. Henry Percy fined IOj. for drankenena. Henry Booth, charged with stealing * stock whip and two saddle straps, the pro perty of Henry Dougal, pleaded gnilty, and wa> committed to Toowoomba gaol for two months. The Court adjourned, and assembled In special session for the purpose of appointing a pound-keeper, in the place of Ur. Bollock, deceased. Edward Henry Margetts was unanimously appointed to the office. Kates v. Hegarty.-Mr. Oxenham for The plaintiff summoned defendant to plaintiff. To recover possession of home and piemises at Allora. The Bench, after considering the case, decided they had DO jurisdiction, and recom mended the parties to try the case in the District Court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

ircan ®mgss fflOTit AMOX-STUISKT WARWICK. -n00wOi»^0ty»T JAMES LETHBRIOGE, I,ATE OF THE 110YAL HOTEL. BEGS to imimate lo his friends and the public generally that he h?s REMOVED to the above well-known house, where he trusts by attention and good management to merit a continuance of that patronage so liberally accorded to him belore. In the PRIVATE APARTMENTS there is nothing to desire For comfort and convenience. m&y-v&km Mm There is first-class STABLING on the Premises, with the attendance of an ex]>erienced groom, and a plentiful supply of Oaten Hay, Corn, and Bran Attached lo the Hotel is a well grassed and watered PADDOCK, securely fenced, within a short distance of the town. Travellers will find at the DOWNS HOTEL every comfort and attention, at moderate charges. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY.* OPENING OF THE jtfto §rag,' (jprocerg, suit mmm md mjbiom §«EEJ§, Oppoiite the Bank of New South Wales. DAVID CLAIIKI), (Lale Proprietor of the " Clonps D...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

I ^parliamentary f ltttlligentt. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, M»V 21. The COLONIAL SECKKTABY explained that nut with liis rivUoagms i n (he Immigration Bill as nppiiaed t> '.In finiiijciul policy, Mr. Doaglas 1ml loft '.he officc of Treasurer fur ihut of Secretary of Works. Mr. PRING argued nj::iinst Mr. Douglas .Itling without re-election ; nod Mr. PtJGU moved tbat Mr. Douglas's seat be declared vacant. The COLONIAL SECRETARY In reply qnuted colonial precedents, and was followed by Mr, Bell, Mr. Brookep, and the Attorucy Qeueral. Mr. DOUGLAS I'xplainsd tlio reason of Lis transfer-(iifforutioo of opiuion on detill nf land orders. The sense of tho tf>iii<>e wan against ap pointment of a fifth Milliliter. The Uonse divided, and the motiDii was carried by 18 to 6. On Friday, tl o Hm:sc laving adjourned ;wlei: tin animated r>,i the prr."ioOr tiay, liju Coiooiv Socrulan* «spiui;.c<] the : jciiou of Urn Government in relation to Mr. I Donplns'e tr.i.t-f...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

Corrfsponenct. All ccmmttnlentlonafflrihe EdJtor mu'l be plainly written . on<)iic«ld? of (ho sheet of paper unly. TUej mutt ' be authenticated bytlic name and addreu of the writer ? 40a guarantee ofgood faith. Facta are chiefly lougbi, | and it tmiit be undmtnod thai the Inference? or ro*- i .oning* will be at the discretion of the Editor. (ft the Editor of the Examiner and Tivtcn ) I 8ib.-It is tnomuoh the custom with v" i.» r.iat Ministers upon the eve of a dissjiurt- ? I to endeavoar to create a cry with winch to go to tlia oountry. The late proclamation of Agricultural Reserves (a cut taftt&ncc in point Tho land question in. without exception, the most important and the one least undeleted! of the day. The lato House, and in fact, all former parliament* in legislating upon thi* , Hubject.havo sought the furll.ercnce of private I views and political schemes, ratLer thai tho j welfare of the country at large. In the lin t place, the squatters to gain their vote...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

Colonial Items. We (Guardian) we informed on reliable authority, that the new gold-field we mentioned as discovered about 80 miles from Brisbane, if on Oooya Greek, between Nanango end Torroroeo. There are men there making About £3 a day. The gold ie described to be of a rap*! beautiful descrip tion, end one man was seen there who had accumulated 20 ounces of it. Information has been brought to town of the dlsoovery of a gold-field on Mr. M'Dou gall'e ataiioo, known as Cooya, near Na il an go. There are now one iiandred men at work on alluvial sinkings from sis inches to two feet deep. It (s probable, as the matter has bet'Q officially reported to the Govern ment, that the locality will be proclaimed at onoe. Oroya is about 80 miles from Brii. bane.-(Jottrier. The scene in the House yesterday was lively and exbi((rating to a degree. To our provincial friends it must have proved edify ing end instructive. They will now know what is the proper toae to take, and the true standard of pr...

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MR. JOHN DOUGLAS AT WARWICK, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

MR. JOHN DOUGLAS AT WARWICK, I Mr. John D"uglasv tbe late Colonist Trca surer. addressed W\* constituents at the Court Honseon Tues<Uy evening; James Morgan, Rsq., in tbo chair. He entered at some length I into un explanation of the motives which ia dneed th* step taken by him In resigning tlii , TreBBiirv»hir> and accenting number office, a»rt j justified the policy of himself aud hla cnl- j I league*. A deep interest in the welfare of | I tho Eastern Downs was the solo rcasou for 1 : thus early coming forward to give some ox- f 1 planation of bis conduct, and of the caune of j : Til* irmoval from one oflloo to another while j I remaining in (be Ministry. He hoped that i credit would bo gives to him for what he had I I done for the country when in Parliament. Be ; I asserted with pride that all the time be held ; i offl-56 It was with profit to tbe country, and Si ' | wttMliiscaroanddeepattettthmtotkefr interest* ! i thai prompted tbe course he had pursued, lie \ allu...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

DBCAT of NATTVG TBBEB-A cor respondent writing to the "'Aufctrala t., , »ian" under die signature of " Nemo," pay*-The oause or the.decay of the native tree* is apparently one pi the retail* of the colonisation of Australia by Europeans. Why it should be to i* a mystery. Various and conflicting opinions have been enunciated to ac count for the rapid and wide-spread destruction of the native timber, litis subject has been reverted to at various time* in the pages of the " Yeoman " The views taken by different writers are somewhat at variance, Mr. Wil son's observations ascribe the cnuse to the hardening of the surface soil by the breeding of cattle and horses, and to lite presence of insect* under the bark of the trees. By other writers, geological changes having a barie'ul in fluence on the health of trees are said to b6 taking place. The absence ol the usual amount ol bush fires is thought by a third party (o have something to da with the disease and death ol the trees, Certain it ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

JattUipcc. >. v. . i ti; ol' locrl police news c J . ;l w » Us..ei nut till (»ur noxt TI:? ^ a* i.0 g-vrrm r.t ibn usual fort m iij '.y re in-.' of iln< MnuHpit! Council. ' 'J'i..! .?!?«>«.? :.d) ? . t if a the i, c;Jiii£ for a week. | '^Cricket MATCD.-A cricket match took pluco f n (lie Square on Friday last (the Queen's binh.lay) between two eleven® chorea lien itio Nurlh Bud f3.>iith sides of iln» town. Mr EWeoden was (he Captain of the N r*h«nj eleven, and Mr? F. Morgan, juur. cf tlu> ti-.tithuru t^am. Tlie name was kept up wit*i -Te3t spirit tlirough the day, j cuulfitf f» n victory for the South, bjr one I innings will. t»ti iiiuu loapnu1. The umpires i wore Mn«.-ia TUn.cs nn<\ Itnrie, and the | j hc rt*»8 Mefisrtf Jairot nod Sciwny, the fol- j ? j\vlr;^ bring the scoro of tho (wo elevens:- j ! NOUTH SIDE { *ir.sr lKttinoa-. ' C. F. CiJiii riQR. »j Fuller b Marks,, ., 8 H. C. KaiiHoma, at W. Morgan .. .. 0 | II. Mitchell, c Gillam, b W. Morgan...

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THE ORIGIN OF KISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

TUE ORIGIN OF KISSING, That it is a custom of remote an tiquity, appears from the book ol Genesis (xxv». 26), when Isaac kissed his son Jacob. " This" kiss is remark able as the first recorded in history. Indeed, the Bible abounds wiih all sorts of kisses. We have the kiss o( homngf. in Esther, v. 2; of subjection, iti I Samuel, x. I ; reconciliation, in 2 Samuel, xiv. 33; of valediction, in Ruth, i. 14; of approbation, in Pealms, ii. 12; of humble gratitude, in Luke, vii, 38; of welcome, in Exodus, xviii. 7; of love and joy, in Genesis, xxix. 11; of sorrow, in Acts, xx. 37; of peace, in Romans, xvi. 16; and ol idolatrous reverence, in llosea, xiii. 2. There are also spiritual kisses, as in Canticles, i. 2 ; sensual kisses, as in Proverbs, vii. 17 ; and hypocritical kisses, ae in 2 amu 'l, xV. 5. Kisses are also traitorous, such as Joab's to Aniasa, wlrm lie kissi'J and then slew (in % Rnrmii'l xx. 9.) and that of Judas to Christ, ivhi.'ii he kissed and then betrayed. It wbb customa...

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THE LATE DEBATE. (From the Guardian) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

THE LATE DEBATE. (From the Guardian ) What, then, did the House differ on with the Ministry on the question which: led to a division of 19 to 5 against the present Cabinet? A pure point of parliamentary privilege. Mr. Macalis ter has chosen to take that as a want of confidence, and to expose . the; country to the delay and the risk of a. dissolution, upon a question which, alter all, befits lawyers to discuss rather than statesmen to disagree upon*; What is the legitimate inference ? Why, this-that he was glad to avail of a technical dispute to get out of the diffi culties involved by his own policy. H e could not face the financial difficul-! ties of the times. He could not meet the conflicting demands of his followers consistently with the Brookes, Fitzgib bon, and Bourne embroglio; but he could do this; he could slide out on a smooth, slippery, sloping, descending gradient, making for his apology this that on a technical point the House disagreed with him ; and, therefore, it is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

The f mprietor of the EXAMINER and TIMES begs to inform Subset-there and the Public generally that the serond Qaatter of this journal commenced on the 1 Qth J/ay. and thai the term* of \ Subscription, -viz*, Gs, per quarter in i advance, wilt he strictly aJhsrtd to. Subscribers wilt therefore oblige by payment of ike same at their earliest convenitno*.

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THE LATE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

THE LATE DEBATE. | WHETHER the debated question from | which proceeded the resolution of pro rogation was justly determined, and I whether the prorogation and intended dissolution was an act right in itself, and in accordance or not with the letter or spirit of the Constitution Act, we can scarce venture to opine. Who shall decide when lawyers disagree, and when such doughty knights as PftlNa and LILLEY leave the matter precisely as they found it. It cannot be denied, however, that general opinion external to the House is altogether unfavourable to the course taken by the MMJiLiSTEa Ministry,as hindering business at home, tending to shake our credit abroad, and proving in every mode hurtful to our best interests through the delay in meeting the inevitable situation. It was not absolutely necessary for the Ministry to have adopted toe course taken by (hem. and the alternative was open to tbem, and their fourth reason is a simple " pettitio principii." It is very true that they had en...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

(fenmincr anlr Ciines. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1867. Ma. DocoLfcS has opened that por tion of tho Miaisteri.il cainpnign which regards Warwick. What hosts of( similes crowd upon us as tve view and would describe the course of action pursued. There is first, the " taking tho bull by tho honiB," but no one will dream of this as MACAMKTEHIAN policy; and again there is the Sam son (rick of the burning brands at the tails of foxes let loose among the sheaves. These may be good, but die best, the most expressive, is as suredly the old fable of the fog and theponliry. "Ihave called you together, my little dean* to see with what sauce yon would like to be eaten." " But we don't want to be eaten," the reply. "Pardon me,'' the response, "you wander from the question." So Mr. Dotraus stood, in his recent explana tions, blissfully ignorant of the grOiB paradox, and determinedly steering dear of the red question at issue, speaking to os enthusiastically of the wealth At our feet, but never deigning to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

JJter&mtitte. TO C. H, GREEN, ESQ. j GOOMBUEBA. IN consequence of the Beat of JOHN DOUGLAS, Esq., in the Legislative Assembly having ljuen declared vaoant, we, the undersigned, electors of Eastern Doirnt, beg to request that yon will allow yourself to be put in nomination for that Diatriet, and in the event of your doing so, we pledge our selves (o ime our best endeavours to secure your return. Jolw Dencbar, David Bngdeu, W. O. Batfi, George I/omas, Conrad Slayer, F. J. O. WilinsJi. Alfred Croome, John Grayson, Theopbilus Howell, Charles Clark, Jolin Afflock, W. 0. Beattie, Jamert M'lntosh. OUarlos M'lnlosh, Jamv* B. Allan, Jobn Taylor, Edward Vugden, Horbert Evnns, A. S. Ueiuhoote, E. V, Bandilands, J. J, Banks, James Scott, William M'Donald,. A. Wlenholt, John Evans, George Willett, sen., Gtorge Willeit, jun., Hainon Armitstead, Bertie C. Parr, 8.II.Bi><R>,'iie. Donald Guns, .Walter llartlmn, Henry Dineford, Tboinai Cairns, J. W. Russell, Leonard K Lester,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1867

?- .: . tBB\ fomrocr a«ir Ernes IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Bvery HttRMIMfi, tn iliai fir ihe Valfolai Hill*. The .mount of Subscription is FIV jE SHI liXIHG 8 par 'quarter, in ill CUM In .IfMMi Single eopiea. SIXPENCE. ? SCALE OF CHABGE9 FOB ADVEB TISINO a. A. Twoline* 1 0 Four do S 0 Six- do : 2 6 Eifebt <U 0 0 Every additional eix.lioe* or under. 1*. I- Durpc(<r- . -I,,. On 18 ooDieoutlvB fn*ertion* 20 per cent. 88 i m S3 r'n All ,Ad'TeH.I*eAient« tnuil' epeclfyon their ' facathe number of limefc they arty lii bo in serted ; if toent in'without, tliia »peciBo«t|<>n. ..Mill jidvertUsmente will lie to^oi^ed until countermanded, end charged for aocbraingly. All AdTertiuroenti mint be Mnt id not Uter than # p.m. oaltiuredav*. Oidara for withdrawal or alteration nutl be written. rNoa-aitbaorKwri'' *d«rtlaeme»ta mn»t be paid tor nr6*i<Mia tn iutertinn. , T Mairlagea, Birtha, and Deatha, ti. per IneerWox. AOS NTS IN BRISBANE lit- O.D. Harbuox, ...

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