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MR. DOUGLAS AT WARWICK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Guardian. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

1111. DOUGLAS AT WARWICK. TO THE KDITOIT OF TWK Guardian. Sin,-Ol>s«rviu;: in (La public prints no account of thn cnvi'tiiii; Mr. Douglas is paid to have had xvith tils cmHiituciitp, and that it i*eem» wonderfully different from what really transpired, I fc«l it my <luty to forward for publication, the Accompanying exiroct from a lett.r, just received from a ffi«ud. It in dated M»y 29, and runs thun ; -«< Dou^laB had a meeting last of hi* ccmsikueutfi, and a very Hurry figure he cut. The court house \v:it> crowded, mnj >rity of which as aiMnbUue were opponents. His speech was a wretched one ; ami nil seemed disgusted, in spile «f his tryiud to explain Ins recent behaviour* My own lulicf is, that he will n»t nmlto hit; appearance a»v»n, a<j he feels ihat **<iroeu*' will thrash him out of the field. II*>w is it thai the late Colonial Treasurer could get no person to take Lhe chair at hi» nvAiu? last night, but a Government ofucul...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

Shortly will be Published, RECOLLECTIONS of & Mother's Sorrow br the Loss of her Dsnghter ID tlis Bush. By Mrs. Downing, Warwick. Pi Ice one Fhllling. Order* received at the office of this paper or by the author. WArvrlch School of Arte. NOTICE TO MEMBERS. THE LIBRARY will be open from Seven to Nine o'clock, Instead >if from Bight to Ten, during the winter months. Walter SELWAY. 184 Secretary. PRIZES FOR EDUCATION. HIS Excellency. the Governor, the Hon. J. \Valtn, and W. H. Oroom, H«q" M.L A., here been pleased to offer PRIZES for competition among the pupils of the TOOWOOMBA. GRAMMAB SCHOOL, at their next Christmas Examination. Nu merous others will be awarded from tho Parent* Price Fund. The new quarter wilt commence on the lit proximo. Terms for Board and Education (including washing and all extras), payable quarterly in advance. Senior Pupils. tS Guineas per quarter. Juniors (undur IS years). 12 ditto. The classics (optional), 1 ditto. Vacation one month at Christmas....

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

Coloaral |t(ii!s. Dqayton AND TOOWOOMBA.-It is gener ally rumoured thai there will be two can didates in the field to oppose Mr. Groom It is said that Mr. K. 11. Makencio will come forward fur East Moreton. Tnn Uribd&nb BRIDGE.-It is estimated that £113,000 will be required to finish the Brisbane bridge and pay off the debt incur red. The first contract was for between fifty and *dxty thousand pounds Like most other engineering work6 on a Urge scale, the orignsl estimate has been greatly ex ceedcd-in this case to more than doable the amount. Mr. pnahody's fortune in estimated at £6,000,000-the richvat private individual, save the Baron Uothschild, withiu Hmites of civilization, He in perfecting Jits plans for the some time if nee announced gift to the poor of Boston and tho colleges of bis nntivo state. His gifts already aggregate £600,000. A melancholy accident occnred on tho 19th iiiRtant olo^e to the station of Messrs. ! M'Andrewsand M'Pillamy. Maranoa district. A married...

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MR. COOPER AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

AT WARWICK. A,ctoro|tfe'1a previous announcement Mr. Cooper iMrekied the elector! at the Court yrtffllse, tittTaWliyfevering last. The obalr was take# by Mr. Bansflroe. - After ]Uie. usual cttftrtiioos acknowledge menu Mr. . COOPBB'.pWcioded with Ibe grounds upbn which lis had been induced to Come forward &s a candidate. He bad not ap proved of the. course pursued by the Govern ment to dissolving Parliament while impor tant public questlons/Uy waiting solution. Heeondenineil the reinissoess of Mr, Simon Mayer. vlio, be heard was about to aeek the sufi-agel of the Warwick people, who had, however vet, put In no appearance, as ahnuld have been the ease had tin really their interest* at heart. Ue himself had at one time had the honour of representing a large and Important district in New South Wales that of Draidwooit. While ill that post be had advocatod there, an lie wruld advooale here, «the principle of " Free Selection before and afteiLaurvejf1 over all waste lands in (he ...

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

MR. GREEN AT ALLORA. A largo and Influential meeting of electors for tho Eastern Downs assembled on Wednes day evening last at Eoggeukamp's Hotel, Altova, to hear the sentiments of 0. H. Green, I5*q., of Goomburra. Upon the motion of Mr. James M'lutosh, seconded bv Charles Clark, Rsq.* Mr, Kates was voted to tbe chair, Aud introduced the candidate. Mr. Qr 'en, on Cuming forward, said he must tell them in the first place, (hat one reason which induced him to come forward as a can didate for their suffrages was tbat he was one of themselves. They were aware that he bod received a numerously signed requisition which was the piincipal reason of hU present ing himself to them on ibis occasion, tie had lived amongst them for some years and had foreseen for some time past that all the crown lauds would sooner or later be taken from the squatters, aud tbat they would become mere settlers <>n agricultural reserves. In plain English they weie DO longer squatters, and for his own...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

BerARTliftE OF HAIL6. ABIUVAI& firtm Usryl'Qd, every Tuesday, at 1 a ad everj baturdav, at 6 p.m. * Uriabaoe Hud litnwltfi, tin Drjyton, by Cobb'* coach?*, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur day*, at 8 p.m. " Leyburii, via Talgal Diggiogi, rvery >\'edoe»d»j *t DOOU, DKPAttTUURS. Tor Maryland, «rerr iloQday, at 8 a.m., aud ttcrj Thtiraday, at i p.tu, jBrlabane sad Ipswich, via Prajtoii, every Monday, Weda«dayT and Ifriday, Ly Ccbt/* cuaclicfc, at " Warwick to Lcyburn, erery Tliutadav, at 4 a.m. %l. I liii-ii - . la.uxiu n Irnpriclor of the EXAMINER and TIMES begs to inform Subscribers and the Public generally thai the second Quarter of this journal commenced on the 16th May. and that the terms of Subscription, vis., 6s. per quarter in advance, will be strictly adhered to. Subscribers will therefore oblige by payment of the same at their earliest convenience.

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

THE fetttmer atdr Crates i 18 PUBLISHED IK WARWICK Kverjr TMHIIiAI MORNING, I , la (tme A>r the Onlioioi Salli. 1 The Amount of Subscription is FITS SHILLINGS par quarter, in allcases f? I advance. Single ooples, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING i. 4. Two line* I 0 Four do 8 0 Six do 2 e Eight do. 8 0 Evety addition*! elx line* or under la. Dikkww OB 18 aonieonttve insertions 20 tier cent 88 » .,83 All 44^ertiiements must specify on tbetr face the BWnher of times they are to be io aeited; if aentiu without this specification. advertisement* will be inserted until QMDtermaoded, and charged for accordingly. AIL Advertisements nut be aent in Dot Inter ^ pjq, pB Thtinrfiyn. Orderi ty>r withdrawals-alteration must be Vrrittwv Moa-MpWcHkera^ ajlrertUemcnts nut be paid (or preTiom to insertion. Marriages, Bitthi, and Deaths, Si. per IcHrdoa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE Mr. Q. D. Habbika, StationerKNews Agent, I School of Art* Bnlldings, Mr. J. Wium, Sooth Brisbane. Department of Pa...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL ^fcAlexajidra attired at Adelaide «t midnight on the 8th. having made die quickest trip yet accomplished, L DMaeIy86£ hours, Id her downward passage she encountered a heavy gale. Thefiombay, which left for Galle on the 4th fell in with similar weather. (JENEBAXi SUMMARY Her Majesty the Queen is in good health. The Princess of Wales is re coveringfrom her recent illness. The Princess Christian has given birth to a son. The February mails were delivered via Marseilles on the 12th, and via Southampton on the 18th April. Mr- Gladstone's amendment on the Beform Bill was lost by twenty-two votes. He declined making any fur ther amendments on the bill, or assu ming the leadership or the Liberal f^^e ^rand jury have ignored the bUI# against Lieutenants Nqjson and Brand,who were concerned in the sup pression of the Jamaica riots. ; A Jjoesh action has been commenced against General Eyre. The Duke of Edinburgh will shortly leave Gibraltar for Australia in H.M.S. Ga...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 13 June 1867

(fainincr ani Ctntes. ?THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1867. THE latest candidate in the field here lias pointed out more clearly than others one great evil to the colony, and one of the chief obstacles to its progress. In saying that we ought not to permit the *< speculator'" to engross the lands, he laid down a distinction that we have vainly endeavoured to impress on the minds of those who persistently and unreasoningly run down the capitalist. It is folly of us to attempt to exclude the capitalist, and it matters not how email a percentage his capital be bring ing in, so long as it is productive in some mode. But it is perfectly right we should exclude the mere speculator, who has enjoyed far too great a latitude hitherto, die effects of which are as a millstone round the neukof the colony. Not only is his money unproductive ' but it does not share in (be common : burden, and retards the improvements Of other properties, or is benefited un justly. and in preposterous ratio by snch...

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DRAWING FOR FARMS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

DRAWING FOB FARMS IN VICTORIA. Tl» ftneat anA rlofcMt tracts in tbo colony are Snrreyed under the naraoi of agricultural |ltu; thflSft, which trmge abont sixty square mtleieaob, are marked off into allotments of tromSO to 610 acres, and duly mapped. The whole of the allotment? so ajinreyed are repre sented on plant by number* apd letters; then they areadrertiiedfofamonthin the Govern ment Oaietlt, and at tlie expiration of that lime are thrown open for selection. The plan of (election la u follow*! all applicant* for land enter the land offioe in the vicinity of the areai to be selected npon, aud write their mamei and addreuta on card* prorided for tbe purpose. Those cants aro dropped into a lot tery bos by the writer*; and when all in at tendance hare deposited their tickets, the disttfot eurreyor or land officer, as the caso may be, prooseds to the allotment of Hie land. He call* opt the name written on the first card be draws, and tbe person ttras called oomoa forward; and cb.oos...

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QUEENSLAND POLITICS. (From th By duty Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

* QUEENSLAND POLITICS. (From th By duty Mail,) The political exottement in Queensland has WwUm In. a dissolution of Parliament. As ku)f W tha colony «ru progressing there ware *»<MUMrtfibaage,-tat a» mop u troubles feegte to4ttfcen the horixon, dlioontect ts^de it**lr felt io Ministerial embarrassment. The Iyd yiwtjnn. too.hu become increasingly a .oaifteef trouble, ittwipg*common idea in .U tbeae ociontes that whenever there is a com ?WoW wials the fault la doe to tome mal aimlnlrtrrtlon In the Land department The Jtsoeulty tor meeting this cry has been to MID* extent la conflict with the J>ernianent int<a**it o| the sqnatters to 4h«e Queensland VegtiUtiure, and personal Interests and political obligations hare led to embarrassing complica tions, A law Mfcpamd .*** eearton to lease fM&onMUgrferm# *Ub » rtght ofpnroliaso, and «t!U further ohangoi in tho land l*w» wero Indicated ty the Mfatatiy. Buf tbe confusion of parties is each, that finding It im...

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HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT" TO TOO.WQOMBA. His Excellency ?. visited Toowoomba on , Friday last, where addresses from tb# oor ^* poratlons of Toowoomba and Drayton'wero read to him. After replying Co the addresses his Excellency retired to the reception room where he held a levee. The Above ceremonies having terminated, his Excellency and tuitt were invited to partake of ft diuuer by the Mayor end Corporation. A rnoBt excellent one was provided by the worthy hostess of the Enynl Hotel. The Mayor presided. On bis right aat the Gover nor, the Hon. Charles Cowpe'r, J. Batnaey, Esq. and the BeV. Dr. Begg. On Ills left the Hon. J. P. Bell, J. W. Brownlilll, Esq., J.. Kennedy. Esq., and Captain Creagh. ? Dae justice having been done to the dinner, the following toasts were proposed and responded to with hearty enthusiasm. " The 'Queen - and the rest of the Uoyw! Family." " Hla Excellency the Governor." "The Hon. J. P. Bell." Mr. Fitzgibbon, Engineer of Rail wsye." << Lad...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

THE ELECTIONS. The following «re tho dltoa of nomination sod pulling, with the namu of the Candidates offering themselves for election In the under mentioned etoetorates: Worth. Briibane.-Juno SI; June 221 T. P. Vugb, WillUm Brookes, J. Mackeniie Shaw, Br. K. I. O'Oobecty, Wm.Cooto, T. FlUarthur Smytlie, and A. B. Priteh&rd. &ouH £rubaju.-jape 19; June 20; IIod. W- R Btephws, fortitude Faf&0.--June IS; Jane 18; Hon. , Ohages mi<nr D.W. By an. ' JSatt Morilon.-June Si; July 11 O. Ed noaitone, X F. Girilok, H. M. Oookburn, Dr. Vi Camming, N. Wiloor Wyer, and O. B. TSTjUh. . ? IfirtMortton,--June 261 July 2: H.KiIner, DWngud Hm.'J. ^ Bell. fptteick.-Jtma IB; Jjane 19; Hon. Arthur Macal liter, J), SL B«t| Or. Q. Chulllnor, F. A. Forbos, JL Murpfay, apd P.O'Sallivan. Drayton and tbovoamba.-June 24; June 95 i W. B. Groom, and T, O. Boblnson. Hatter* Dount.-Jane 18; June 21; Bon. Jvbn Douglas, and Q. H. Omen. Wetter* &ou>»t.-June 181. July 15; ...

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Poetry. HOUSEHOLD TREASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

HOUSEHOLD TREASURES. Household treasures I Household treasures I Are they jewels rich and rare; Or gems of urest workmanship. Or gold and sliver ware; Ask tlvi oaoUicr as aba gszea On her KlUe ones at play; Jlomeliold treasures f Household treasures ( Ilappy children-ye nro Ihey. Household treasures I Household treasures I Are they on the painted walls. Where o'er the highest works of ait, The mellow twilight falls f> AbV Did widow as she gases On the forms she views once raoro; Ai;e they pictures, household treasures ? 'Tis of thvsa we lor'd of yoro. tfoasehold treasures? Household treasures ? How they cling around my heart, With many a aad but soothing strain That i»»er c»tt depart 1 The dear oU clock-thfl harp unstrung. But most-the vacant chair I Household treasures t Household treasures t Of our U>ve ye clpim a share. .

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

focal Intelligence. Tiie Rev. Gcoi'ge Giberne Danvers, or this town ID duly ordained as a jiriost on Sunday last, at fit. John's Cburcb, Brisbane. The ceremony was performed by tlio ltiglit Rev. Dr. Tuffiicll, Bishop of Brisbane, who de livered a most impressive charge. A confir mation service will probably held on the 30th inst. On Sunday laat the Uev. W. Brown, of To'iwoomba, preached two impreaaive and elo quent sermnm in the Wesloyao Chapel In this town. Wo understand that the Conference bam decided that the rev. gentlemen belong ing tttthia body stationed at Warwick and Tonwuotnba 6ball exchange pulpits every quarter. The Bight Her. Bishop Tuffnell and Mrs. Tuffn.'ll arrived in Brisbane on Soturday from Sydney. They were met on landing by the Ven. Archdeacon Glennie, Bevs. J. Bliss, T. Jones, J. Matthews, J. B. Moffatt, G. G.Dan Ters. and a number of lay friouds. who gave thein a cordial welcome.-Courier. On Monday last tbe annual distribution of blankets to tbe aborigines took...

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EASTERN DOWNS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

EASTERN DOWNS ELECTION. On Thursday evening last C. H. Green Esq. addressed, or attempted to address the Electors of the Eastern Downs at the Court House Warwick. The building was crowded. 11. G. Fullor, Esq. occupied the chair, nod solicited for the candidate . calm and im partial hearing. Mr. C. H. GBEEN then came forward amidst an iudescribable noise-a mixture of cheeis unit groanB.in which the former pre dominated. He said that one reason which induced liiin to solicit their suffrages In op position to Mr. Douglas wsb that be felt it was a most important matter that the im portant district of the Eastern Downs should be represented by a local man in preference to a stranger whose interests were involved elsewhere, tie came before tbem as inch that evening, in short their Interests were in common, he was one of themselves. (At thin point tiie speaker was interrupted by'a tremendous uproar, Tho chairman vainly attempted to restore order.) After the uproar bad subsided, the speaker...

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SHOCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

SHOCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT. It is our painful duty to record an accident which has Buddenly removed from amongst us a much respected resident of this town. We reier to the sudden demise of Mr. Thomas Tyrrell, soap and candle maker of this town. Jt was only in our last issue, that vve notified him aB the sole pur chaser at the recent Government Land Sale. From what we can learn the particulars arc as follows. It appears that on Friday last deceased had bor rowed a Bpring cart for the purposes of his business. In the afternoon of that day he .was last seen standing in the cart gently driving it home to its owner. The horse and cart arrived at its destination without the driver, and from certain appearances the owner came to the conclusion thai the horse had bolted. Search was accordingly made, and at a distance of about half a mile deceased was found lying on his back, and rolling his head about. On being asked what was the matter his only reply was that he had broken his neck; he so...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

THE ELECTIONS. Since our last issue the various can didates for Warwick and the Eastern Downs have addressed the electors, dilating principally upon the policy they each intend to pursue if sent to parliament air. 8. Mayer addressed the elec tors on Wednesday evening, the 14th inst., at the Court House. Mr. Con quest occupied the chair. Mr. Mayer said he appeared before them thein not as a Btranger, but as one who had been associated with them for a period of ten years. Duritig that time he had ample opportunities of knowing their wants and requirements. He denied that be had come to serve another party and to split the liberal votes, lie had come before them on his own responsibility, and intended to stand" alone. Mr. Mayer then ex plained his views upon the Land Ques tion. He advocated that an abun j dance of the best lands in the colony should be thrown open for selection before being offered for 6ale and before survey; so that any man might have a farm at once, the payments to e...

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THE STORY OF AN OIL CAPITALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

THE STORY OF AN OIL CAPITALIST. As on instance of the upa and downs of life in America, the bistor? of a few years tn the life of a member of tbo present Congress, wlin was recently imprisoned for debt, in Pennsyl vania, but was roleascd by the interference of CongroBft, bis arrest being a Tiol^liou of privi lege, is of some interest Cbarlos V. Culver, tbe person referred to, mado his first appear once in the oil rogion six yogis ago, at tba outset of tbo petroleum oxcUemonl, and opened on borrowed capital, a banking office at Frank- ; lin, in Vonago county. He nan young, of aflabto address1, and soon bad a dido of friends, and by an unobtrusive interest in the Methodist Church, and occasional exhibitions of charity, bo rapidly gained popularity and extended his business. New York became familiar with bis name, and he mado business connections there and at Philadelphia, which extended as rapidly as the petroleum excito moDt, and bobeoamo tbe great' ril capiUlfnt" Id a frenzy of exai...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. MONDAY, JUNE 17. (Before W. Thompson, Esq., and W. C. Balis, Esq., Justices of teh Peace. ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. MONDAY, JL-KE 17. (Before W. Thompson, Esq-, and W. C. , Esq., Justices of tlie Peace. ASSAULT CASE. Matthew M'Intve appeared (a answrr the I complaint of Wilhnui Iiawker, on tlie above charge. Mr. Conquest appeared for complainant. William Hawker deposed that on Monday, tho 10th initt., be was fit the bar of tlie Coin I inoici.il when defendant struck him on the cheek and knocked him down, Tlie hai iuan cam* to his assistance, and enabled him to get away. Guvs no provocation : did nnt speak one word to defendant previous to the ? assault. I In answer to the Bench, plaintiff stated there was an old "grudge" existing between them for years. Frederick Jonci, barman at Mr. 1'vendrn's Hotel, corroborated the plaiutiil's statement, and said that defendant was drunk, but plain tiff was Bobar, and had not xpokeu a word when defendant attacked him. In answer to the charge defendant called Petor Hoffman, who stated that he witnessed the whole affray, lie laid defendant...

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