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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. NEWS TO APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

ARRIVAL OF THB ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. NEWS TO APRIL II. The London wool sales]were finished on the 30th ultimo. The tendency of the wool market was downwards throughout. Almost all descriptions of woof ruling at the close considerably under former quota tions. The present prices are l|d. and 2d. under the November rates. 1 The health of the Princess is much better. The House of Commons has passed the second reading of a Reform Bill. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Disraeli, has brought in his Buck get. The Paris exhibition has been opened, and the different sovereigns present, with their representatives, were warmly received. Governor Eyre of Jamaica surren dered on his bail to the magistrates of Market Drayton, as a legal preliminary to meeting the criminal indictment | which has been laid against him by certain parties in England, with refer ence to the Jamaica insurrection. The case before the Court at Market Drayton was a very heavy one, and lasted three days. The Magist...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

Owing" to a great pressure of adverttsenunt* and political matter, many item* of intercat including "Police" and " Petty Debts" at.d I also Mi. CvO;»cr'* " Address," are compul | norily left out. We shall, however, publish thorn with oih^st* nowa in a supplement this d ay. I | Tho nuraoio'isly signod requisition to Mr. Q. Clark mid hit reply, appears in our advertising columns. We do not doubt for a moment : of the issue, and rejuico by anticipation that the (own will bo represented as it shoulj be by a resident, aud a geutleman of worth fnri position. ' I THE CANDIDATES--Mr. Simon Mayer baa, i an yet put in no appearance and it in fact be comes more ODd more mythical whether be will do so. Mr. Q. Clark will come forward and will address (be electors at the Court House on j Friday evening. Of Mr, Cooper, report Kays ' little, but a general feeling prevails that ho ' will pursue the course which discretion rcemn mends. For the county the supporters of Mr. 1 Green are very sanguine of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

TO GEO. CLARK. ESQ., WABWICK. ' SIR,-In consequence of th6 dissolu tion of Parliament, we, the undersigned, elector® of Warwick, beg to request that woa will allow yourself to Oc put in nomination for tine Town, and in the event of your doing so, we pledge uarselrca to use our faett en oearoure to secure your return. S° n n?!!1, M;,DU Jowpb Tyjnull w nAdolph Gerish W.H. Brown Poler Eui.ell r'm w°" I. Albrectat Frank i " 11 Williama E. G. duller 0. Isambert H. Armitstead H. Chandler B. Glennie M, Kntbr J- Lethbridge W. Anderson W. Kluge T. M-C<be T. Amies J. Thompson D. Burden a. M'Kinlev J. Aspinall H. C. Wodoott G.G. Dan vers P. Morgan, jun. John Brown E. Morns W. J. Bloonifield W.Morgan ""*** Peter Hoffman W. Longwelt ?53,rge ~ea Peter Betbelt Addison Free G. Roneuberier Bririint Bix J. Moncb John Armstrong W Moncb Heniy Smith James Mitchell Thomas Tyrrell August Aberns To Messrs. Bullen, Tyrrell, Koch, Bvwa, and the other Gentlemen signing the Requisition. GENTLEMEN,-A...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

Corrtsptinbcncf. 411 ccmmniilcatlonifrrthe BdJtor must I* plainly vritPfe on <raa aide of the iheet of paper only, Thejrhiutt be authenticated bjrtlie nape and addreu of the writer aia guarantee of good faith. Faou are cliieflr sought, and ft muit bo understood that the inferences or rca .ontsge nill be at the dieeratton of the Editor. By «ome inconceivable typographical error tha word " Sheep" wan printed for "Wheat" lo the signature to the letter which appeared in our last, thus deatroy Ins totally ita construction. It should have read " Wheat aad Wool." (fb the Editor 0} Ihe 'StamiHer and Timit ) Bib,-Tou made a mistake In my signa ture to the letter yon were good enough to insert in your issue of last week. My nam de plume is " Wheat and Wool," not " tiheep and^Wool" as ynu put it; and I may as | well explain that 1 wish to represent neither tha large squatter nor tho small farmer, but the man who combines both; not tho man who tans fifty thousand elieep over tiro hun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

The iroprirtor of the JCXAMISER and j TIMES hegi i/t inform Subscribers and th* Public ytHtrulty that the second j Quaiter of this journal commenced on i the With J/«y. oiid (hut the terras of Subscription, viz., per quarter in j advance, will be strictly adhered to. Subscribers will therefore ubliye by I payment of the same at thtir <arliett ! convenience. I

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THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

THE DISSOLUTION OF PAR LIAMENT. The executive memorandum in con nection with ibc dissolution of Parlia ment, of date May 22, states in the four primary paragraphs the facts leading to an adverse vote against the Ministry. Paragraph 5 says: "Under these circumstances, Ministers feel compelled to view (his oilversc vote not only as a prave reflection on tlieir policy, but ateo as a direct infringement of en Act of Parliament and of the Constitution of the. colony. Both in Ibis ease and in the case of the Warwick Railway, which lins lately been the subject of much discussion, the Ilia Assembly appears to have assumed functions which it doe* not possess, The deliberate and formal enactment!* of the combined Legislature cannot, iu the opinion of Mininteix, l>o set aside by resolutions hastily and informally passed by one branch of that Legislature." In the next, advice of dissolution is given, not based on adverse vote but on general grounds of policy. Fol lowing are the before allege...

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NORTHERN NOTES. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

NORTHERN NOTES. (From our own correspondent.) The people of tlie North are all " qui vive" regarding the proceedings of parliament. While they may be divided as to the question whether bad legisla tion has caused the present precarious state of the colony, no one will be disr posed to deny that legislation may be used to a vury large extent as a means of restoration to a healthy condition. Hence the unusual interest with which the intelligent public have been watch ing the movements of our senators. It is pretty generally felt that any mea sure securing the introduction of a large amount of capital would be the colony's salvation. It is as generally felt that a bill, the leading principle of which should be alienation ol the land under the one condition of occupation, leav ing the purchaser free to cultivate or graze as his means or judgment might dictate, is the salvatory measure re quired. Not a bill to foster one class of industry at the expense of or in an tagonism to another, b...

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Colourial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

dUIoural |tents, We learn from R private source that Sir George Bowen will shortly leave as Tor the Mauritius, to relieve Sir Henry Barklv, who i;ne.s tn Sydney, and that Captain Arthur Kennedy, formerly Governor of Western Australia, and lately of Vancouver's Island, « ill take his seat in our Vice-Begal chair a foreshadowing of which latter appeared in our columna three or four months ago. Cap tain Kennedy, has had a great deal of expe rience in public life; he is thoroughly well up in all the details of Grernment busi ness and possesses a more than common share of Btatesnanlike ability, and what is of more valuestill, tact. We therefore are boMenough to venture an opinion that when once he haB the reins firmly in hand, and becomes acquainted with the met) with whom he has to deal, the Le Boi teul avieera will more frequently be written at the foot of official documents, and that he, and not the Minis ters will be the ruling power. Captain Kennedy baa, from, all we can gather, an ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

4KKIVAL AID DEr^HTUBIt OF AIMMVALB. fVum Maryland, evrrr Tuesday, at I p.ro., And e»<ry Saturday, at C p.m. " Uritbaae and Ipa«lcU, via iJr.iyton, bj Cobb* coacbea, every Tuetduy. fhui-fdar. and Katur dnj i, at 8 p.m. ** Lcfbuni, via Taigat Digging*, rtery Wedursdaj .t BOtlQ. DEP-ARTUltrS. For Maryland, every UotuUv, at b a.m., and every Tbur-hday, at 4 p.m. *' Briibane it&d Ipwic'i, via Drayton, rvi>ry Muodar, Wednesday, and Friday, by Cubl/i coaches, at 9 a.m. " Warwick to L* yburu, erery Thu.hduy, at 4 a,ui.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

rammer anlr Ciittes IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK jJverj TBIIR8DAV HOBMIMfl, In time for the Onlfoinx Malta. The amount of Subscription !. FIVE! SHILLINGS per quarter, in >11 cases in tdiuee, Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING a. d. Two lines 1 0 Four do 2 0 Sis do 2 6 Eight do 8 0 .Every addition*! eix lines or under 1«. Dibcodm On l»conseoutive Insertions 20 per cent 86. 33 " All Advertisements mutt specify on their ] {see the comber of times they are to be in stated ; if sent in without this specification, auoh advertisements will be insorted until J countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 5 p.m. on Thursdays. Orders (or withdrawal or alteration must be ] written. . Non-subscribers' advertisements mast be j paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per | insertioa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr, G. D. HARBISON, Stationer & News Agent, I School of Arts Buildings. Mr. Jf. WILDE, Sou...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDASY, JUNE 6, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

femiiiei" atti Cirats. THURSDAY, JUKE 6, 1867. If the reception accorded to Mr. COOPER on. Tuesday evening <#uld afford any criterion by which to judge, we Wight acquiesce in the opinion ex pressed by our Athenian contemporary that the MaoaliBterian party would find itself weaker in numbers and in. fluence in tho new Parliament. But whatever our jirevi.oiw opinion might have been upon the subject, we confess ourselves in a stafe of unmitigated as tonishment U the utter lack of enthu- ?? siasm which pervaded that gentleman's j auditory, and the deadness with which it received $ libera) political pro gramme such as would have rouBed to a Airy of enthusiasm an older com munity. We have always entertained a high respect for Mr. COOPER, ,and confess to some sympathy with him Under the discouraging circumstances in which he found himself. He bears «ome reputation as an able lawyer, liols assuredly of no small ability as a *nd is altogether worthy of wkat-*re n,ust consider a be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

THIS R^YAIb SIOTEIa, M-Broil-STEElE'iT, WAlWIICilL JAMES CONNELL, BEGS to inform his Friends and the Fublic of Warwick and the sur jonuding district that he has taken the above wqlj known Hotel, where he trusts by attention cod good management to merit a continuance of that paronage so liberally bestowed on his predecessor. THE WINES AND SPIRITS ARE OF THE BEST ^UALTY. There is first-class STABLING on the Premises, and a plentiful supply! of Oaten Hay, Corn, and Hran. Attached to the Hotel is a woll-grasscd PADDOCK, securely fcncud, within a abort distance of the town. Travellers will find at the ROYAL HOTEL every comfort and Attention at moderate Clrrjes. 1C4 WARWICK, QUEENSLAND, 1867. JOCEET CLUB Jtmital WILL take place at Warwick, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, (lie tStb and 26th days of JUNE, 1867. PRESIDENT : JOHN DEUOHAB, Etq. ViCB-PBESBUMT : R J. <F. WILDASH, Esq, | Stbwabds: Messrs. H. ABM1TSTEAD " D. BDODEN T. BRODtE " ^ L. BOSS E. H. THORNTON; " J. 0. WHITE. Jun. " W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

Herbert Evitit, A. 3. He»thcole. E. V. Snndlluidt, J. J. Banbs, Jtmes Saptt. Willi.m WDonsld, A. Wioobolt, Julin Ei-ann, George Willett, ten., George Willeit, jnn., Hunon ArmiUtesd, BirtU V. PUT. 6. M. Bargoynt, Doimtd Gunn, Walter Harrison, Heury lJinzford, Tbomu Cainis, J. W. ItuneU. Leonard E. Lester, John Wiaitoae. Dtuehar^ Bugden, and Gentlemen signing the j iaition. 6SHTI.EUEK,-In compliance with the request contained in the above '- quaint you tha die forthcoming Election. The great question of the day if, no doubt, die Land Policy. Upon its administration must now depend whether we remain, as we are, in a chronic state of insolvency, or whether we again rise into a thriving colony. I am prepared to advocate such a libe ral Mad Act u will throw open the lands toaH classes, taking care that the mtn of small means Mall have an equal chance with tlWcapitaHst, be lieving that in the alienation of this our only marketable commodoty de pends the paying off the enormoul debt which a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

MARRIED.   On the 23rd ult., at the residence of the brides parents, by the Rev. Alexander B. Davis,     assisted by the Rev. A. A. Levi Henry Harris, Esq., (of the firm of Davis, Harris & Co.,) of Warwick, Queensland, son of Bartholomew Harris Esq., of Penge, Surrey, England to Amelia, third daughter of S. H. Harris, Esq., of 4, Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Syd- ney. (No cards.)

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, 9TH MAY, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 6 June 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, 9th MAY, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate.) G. Staines v. J. C. White.—Mr. Adden- brooks for defendant. Staines stated that Mr. White was indebted to him in the sum   of £10 3s. 6d, for work done in 1864, but had never rendered him any accouut until the summons was about to be issued. J. C. White, Esq , stated that on coming to War- wick about two years ago he employed plaintiff to work for him, and always paid the amount due when demanded; in fact one sum mentioned in the account for re- pairing his buggy he could prove by a wit- ness that he had paid. It was a false and untrue bill, and plaintiff thinking he was at some distance from Warwick, judgment would be given in his favour. Mrs. Chap- man being sworn proved by her husband's ledger that the amount charged in Staines' account was paid by Mr. White, and at a different date sworn to by the plaintiff. Verdict for defendant with costs. Mr White stated his expenses could go to the Hospital. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

TPS &QYA& MMflMTMSCT, W&1ETOCK. JAMES GONNELL, BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public of Warwick and the sur lounding district Dial he lias taken the above well known Hotel, where be trusts l>y attention and pood management to merit a continuance of that paroiiage so liberally bestowed on his pmdecesaor. THE WIHES AND SPIRITS ARE OF THE BEST QUALTY. There U first-class 8TABMKG on the Premises, and a plentiful supply] of Oaten Hav, Qom, and Bran. Attached to the Hotel is a well-grassed PADDOCK, eecuiely fenced, within a abort distance of the town. v Travellers will find at the ROYAL HOTEL every comfort and attention at moderate Charges. 164 WARWICK, QUEENSLAND, . 1867. rai wmmm JOCKEY G1UB Jnrmal $to WILL take place at 'Warwick, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, llie ttth Mid SSthdayi of JUNE. 1867. JOHN dIeDGHAB, Esq. VlDt-PBKIIOlMT: F. J. O. WILDA8H, Esq. Stbwabds: Mesirs. H. ABMIT8TEAD " D/BUaDBN " T;bbodib ,, J. L. BOSS E. h. THOBNTON " Jt, 0. WHITE, Jan. W....

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

The following appeared, as portiou of a paragraph referring to the ensuing election, intbo Queensland Timtt:-Another 6trange candidature Is mat of Mr, Frederick Cooper fur Warwick. Barely Mr. Frederick does not think people have forgotten his poli tical rareer in New South Wales, nor can he expect any one who Itnowe him to have the smallest faith either in his political prin cipal* or his abilities. Baa Mr. Frederick got bis eye on the Attorney-Generalship, or la he looking forward to such recompense as has been meted out to Mr. BUckeney and Mr. Jones. Our readers will obeervc ou reference to our advertising Columns that the libeiy of the School of Arts will bo open dining the winter from 7 to 0 instead of from 8 to 10 aB heretofore. Ou mouday evening last while Martin Uurki- employed on the Railway-was riding on the Goomburra Bun, liis horse stumbled and full on him, fracturing his left leg near the ankle joint. He wbb imme diately cniiVeyed to the Queens Arms Hotel Allora where he...

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MR. GEORGE CLARKE'S ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

Mil. GEORGE CLARKE'SAPDRESS TO THE ELECTORS. A meeting was held in (he Con it JJpuia On Friday evening for the purpose of hearing Mr. Gearge Clark, who.is a candidate for the . representation of the Warwlckeleotorate, ennouncc his views on the politicil questions of the dev. The Court House wascrewded. Dr. F. D. DuiXEti was voted to theclisir, end with a few remarks lutrodnced the can didate to the meeting, Mr. George Clark, alter dpreaslnjr , hit diffidence, stated that be had come forward aa a candidate in the absence of a belter man or any other towoBnian. pepreeatini comparison of his oratorical powers, he aaid though pressed on many occasions to c>me forward, and invariably refusine toilo so, he had yielded on this occasion on seeing that tne only candidate in tlie field was a man who Confessed that he did nut care more for this constituency than any other. He re garded the inaultihs inrihualionn made by Sir. Cooper in reeard to the people «if War wick heinft afraid In fire ...

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THE COMING STRUGGLE. To the Electore of the Eastern Downs, [PER FAVOR OF THE EXAMINER AND TIMES] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

TUB COMING STRUGGLE. To the Electore of the Eastern Down*, freu VAYOU OF THK HXAMINISU AND TIMES 1 Fellow Electors,-The present state of public affairs in this colony, and our almost hopeless position or impecuni osity has brought about a crisis in our history. The familiar quotation that " Tlit*re ib a tide in tbe affairs of man Winch. taken at the turn* leads on to fortuno." will exactly represent our " locus staadi" as a colony at the present mo ment. That turn is about to arrive, and it depends upon our utterance .at the hustings whether or not we stem the tide and attain our proper place amongst the Australian colonies, or drift down the stream into a state of hopeless insolvency and beggary. There can be no doubt that first and foremost wr require that the question as to the alienation of the public lands of the Crown shall be fairly met, and that all existing claims shall be fairly and honourably adjusted. In other words we want a land law suited to the nature of our land, an...

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MR. GREEN AT LEYBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

MB. GREEN AT LEYBURN. On Monday evening lost Mr. Green addressed the electors in the Court House, Leyburn. There was a. learge attendance, and Mr. Henry Byrnes oc cupied the chair. Mr. GBEEN, who was well re ceived, said he appeared before the electors in that distnctalmosta stranger, as many of them hadnot seen him be fore. He considered it important that the district_should be represented by a local man in preference to a stranger. He had been in the colony more than thirty years, and all his interests were bound up iu this district, and be now pledged himself Vo do all he could for this district. He was a supporter of Mr. Douglas many years ago, but be had now lost confidence in him, and could not do better than quote his words at Warwick, where he stated that his reason for resigning the Treasuryship was that he could not agree with his colleagues on the question of immigra tion. This was a matter which came home very closely to Mr. Douglas in his position as Treasurer. In resig...

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