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ROCKHAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

ROCKHAMPTON Considerable feeling esists ? here against Archer, not personally, button the ground or his not being atowiis* man. ' 1 W. H. Buzacott has been asked, but has declined to stand. Severel nuggets bar*. $feen fonrid during the week at Crocodile CJr<eek j one weighed nine ounces. Sis unoffendingblacjcd hkv6b#en shot dead and air wounded by jitiife troopers on the outskirts t>i Mprish township. .p The mint assay of twenty-one <6kt, of quartz sent to Sydney from Hector'* - Reef shows six ounces of gold .to. the ton. Hector's Reef is abo0 eight miles from Rockh&mpton. In consequence of reports recjeved from the diggings at Nanango, elating that there are some three, hundred persons on the ground, at die junction of Cooya and Yarraman Creeks, badly off for provisions. Mr. Commissioner Seymour started yesterday' loV . tkftt place. He will inquire personally into the facts, and report to the Govern ment immediately.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

THE &&Y.A& H©T»fc. Mmm-mrnwr, WMmmK, P. GONNELL, BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public of Warwick and the eur jounding district that bo has taken tie above well l;nown Hotel, where be trusts by attention and good m&nagcniont to merit a continaanco of that parouagc 80 liberally bestowed on bis prodccosBor. THE WINES AND SPIRITS ARE OF THE BEST QUAL'TY. There is first-class STABLING on the Premises, and a plentiful supply of Oaten Ila^, Corn, and Bran. Attached to the Hotel Is a well-grassed PADDOCK, securely fenced, within a short distance of the town. Travellers will find at the ROYAL HOTEL every comfort and Attention at moderate Charges. 1C4 WARWICK, QUEENSLAND, 18,67. TMSS WMWSCS1 JOCKEY (1UB Jtrnral Jjtates WILL take place at Warwick, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 25th and 20th days of JUNE, 1867. PRESIDENT : JOHN DEUOHAE, Esq. VlOE-PsEStDENT: F. J. C. W1LDA8H, Esq. Stcwabds: Messrs. H. AEMITSTEAD D. BUGDEN " T. BEODIE " J. L. BOBS E. Ii. THOBN...

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WEDNESDAY, JUEN 19. (Before W. C. Balls, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

WEDKESDAT, JOKE 19. (Before W. C. Balla, J.P.) Isaac Roberta was brought up on remand charged with horse stealing. He was again lemnnded for the attendance of the Police Magistrate. Jane Groiiin summoned Ann Murphy for using abusive laqguage. Case dismissed, no appearance of tho patties.

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THE NOMINATION FOR THE EASTERN DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

THE NOMINATION FOB THE EASTERN DOWNS. The nomination for the Eastern Downs took place on Tueiday last. In consequence of (tie inclement state of the Weather, the business wliioli otherwise would have been transacted at the buatinga (which by the way is an exceedingly lickoty structure) was niljiurneil to the Court House, which Was densely Glleil. At' 12 o'clock precisely, 1). II. Sinclair, Esq., lie turn inp Officer, appeared on the Eench, and was received with hearty cheera. II* opened the proceeding! by Bay iug, that for the third' time the duty had devolved upon him to enmrnon the Electora of the Kactera Dowm to rttnra t fit and proper parson to represent their interest* in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland. The position be held made it impossible for bim to make any Jurllier remarks, and after readiug the Writ called upon the Electors of tbe Eastern Downs to nominate their can didates. After a pause, Kir. JAS. Mohqak proposed tbe Hon. JOHN DOUO^AS as "a fit and proper perso...

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

BuBrwo Aunt.-A correspondent writes to the editor of Public Opinion, on Harob 11th. to. tbe following effeol;-" While this snbjoet fa occupying the iMenti.oiiofBome of your cor. respondent®, will you kindly allow the follwlng to appear for their consideration f About a Tear ago a ehild died of aoarlet ferer, and waa, two diya afterwards, burled. A few months subsequently, tbe child's mother began to be troubled with a suspicion that tbe child was not really dead when- buried. The suspicion preyed ao muoh upon her mind, that her hus band was forced to yield to bor frequent soli citations to have the body exhumed. On the Coffin being opened it was found that tbe bands, which bad been crossed over the chest when the body was interred, bad moved Cram that position. The right band Was raised aborc the head BB if it had been pressed against the lid of tbQ coffin, and the left band was laid down by the side. No other part of the body seemed to bare moved from tho position in wbloh it was l...

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PROGRESS ON THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

PROGRESS OK THE DOWNS. A correspondent write* as follows to the Queentlanier, concerning what is being done on the Downs i-Jff For the benefit of your last week's oorroB pondent, G. F. Fltiallen, And the Downs farmers in the Warwick district io general I beg to say that Mr. Fitsallea ia not the "only farmer in the district" who purposes sowing eolton this ensuiog season. There arc more tbau a dueea farmera io Hie neighbourhood of Warwick and Allora who have opokcti to '? tne for seed. Some are putting in as mecb as 12 acres, and then are tunny tnoro, I know, who will sow ootton here this aeason. I might state for their encouragement, that near Toowoomba I sowed a little for a trial last. eeason of upland, and also sea-ialand. Both varieties have done very well; the sea island came in first, bat the upland grow the most vigorous. I waited on Mr. Hill, Director of the Botanic Gardens to abIc his opinion if cotton would succeed in the neighbourhood of Warwick es a paying crop. He said ...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

KOZ1CV I'O VISE PUBLIC. The suiter Hers to this Journal, and the public generally, art respectfully in formed that the Examiner and Times mill in future be conducted by the under signed, who have purchased the plant of the newspaper. The Proprietor*, in making thit an nouncetnent, bey to state that they are practical printers of considerable experi ence/ and they will etrictly exclude any remarks,no matter upon what subject, of a personal character. They believe that the aim of a newspaper ought to be to attack principles not persons, and u-atch closely the local interests of the district in which it circulates. Such a course will be pursued by us, and under careful management tee hope to obtain a large circulation, and the confidence of the public generally. We titg to state that wt are prepared to exfiute Job Printing of all descriptionsi and it will be our study to use every cart in this particuler branch of the business, and execute all orders with despatch. RICHARD A. COWTON, S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

THE <$ratttmer at# Chncs IS tOBUSHSD IN WARWICK Every VHOR8BAY HOBMIM6, .lallM for tbe Outgoing Mill*. The amount of Snbscription is FIVE 8EILLISG8 per quarter, in all casts in adranoe. fSngle copies, SIXPENCE, SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING i - a. 4. Twollnos I 0 FOOT do. S 0 Sis do. 8 C Eight &>. .' S 0 Bn7 additional aix lines or under Is. DlSUODM' On IS oouieoaUve Insertions SO per cent. St 88 " All Advertisements mast apedts on Mr face the nomber of time* they are to be In serted: if Mat In without this specification, auoh adrertiseraenti will be inserted ii^til countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements moat be sent in.not later than t p.tn. on Tbnrsda/*. Orders for withdrawal or alteration mast be written. Noa-aQbsaribers' adrertliements mast be paid for pterlooi to Insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, la. per Inaerdoa. AGENTS Ut BRISBANE: llr, a. D. HakbooS, Stationer fc$ewi Agent, Sobotf of Arts Buildings. Mr. 3. WOMtr&a...

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IPSWICH ELECTION. [By Electric Telegraph'.] Thursday Evening. Nine o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

IPSWICH ELECTION. [By Electric Telegraph'.J Thursday Evening, Nine o'clock. The election l'or Ipswich was severely contested, and the following was the state of the poll at four o'clock Macaliiter 390 Cballioner 330 Murphy 288 Reed 283 O'Swllivan 256 Forbes 84 Matson 18

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

fawner anti Cintcs. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1867. OK Tuesday, the 2Sth inBt., the electors! of Warwick will be called upon to decide as to which of the three c&ndi datei now seeking , their suffrages shall be their representative in the new Par liament, and doubtless their decision Will be looked for with interest by all the other constituencies in the country. No district ii* Queensland will benefit .o much by a wise and liberal policy as this, or suffer more from a selfish <r thort-sightedone. Sunk as we are in debt, it is of the utmost importance that some means should be devised to restore our credit in the money market Without increasing the taxation at pre sent weighing upon us; and to do thiB it will be tfecetteary for every voter to consider well whether the candidates who come before him are men who will seek every opportunity of advan cing the welfare of those whom they wuh to represent., Situated *b War wick is in the centre of the largest agricultural distr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1867

WARWICK JOCKEY CLUB. rpHE 8 ALE by Auction of Fire Pub I Ife»B*' BOOTHS and Pour Confec tioner*' STALLS will tafce place at the CBtTRBtON HOTEL. at Four o'clock this day, THUB8DAY, tbe SOt'u Inst, Qu»llfic& tloos to bid for Pablloan*' Booths, £3 8«, ;. Confectioner*' Stalls, 10*. 200 PRIZES l'OR EDUCATION," HIS- Excellency the Governor, the Hon. 3. Watte, and W. H. (jroora, } Esq., M. L A,, hats been pleased to offur '' PEIZES for competition among the jmpita of the TOOWOOMBA GRAM5I Alt SCHOOL, at their next Christmas ISximiuatim. Xu nerout other* will be awarded from tlio Parent* Price Fund. j Tbe new quarter will commence on the let | proximo. ] Term* for Board end Education (including ? washing and all extras), (.ayoble quarterly in advance. , Senior Pupils. tS Guinea* per quarter. Junior* fonder 12 year*), 12 ditto. The claaaics (optional), 1 ditto. Vacation ono mnntb at Cbriatmaa. A months notice or a tnontlts terms only required previous to the removal of pupil*. i ' J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

Ipoetfacmrats. WAATICD. i RESPECTABLE Middle-Aged A Person as NUUSK AND NEEDLE WOMAN. No application will be received without good references. Apply to MUS. W1LDASI1. 201 Canning Downs. DOCTOR LABATT, HOLMS' CHOWS HOTEL, ALLORA. £9 Reward. STOLEN from the Seventeen Mile Digeina", Cuiml Greek, o Bonn PONY, j branded IiD with L on near ribs, switch tail. Also, £1 KUWAUD. Supposed to have Strayed, a Boy COLT, j branded JL). whito hind feet. Apply to J AS. DOGIIE1VJ V, Seventeen Mile Diggings; or U. FOBUEST, 163 Post-master, Canal Crock. F&KKS TO I.ET, TO LET, 12 first-class FARMS, each containing from 82 to 123 Acres of superior Agricultural Land, having a fron tage to tlio Condamiuo Eiver, and partially fenced, aituate close to the town, immediately above the jnnctiou of Deucbar's Oreek. The situation re.iders tbem valuable e.tber for Paddocks or Farms.-Apply to 139 wniTii & MACKENZIE. TOCBCNT, PADDOCK of Six Acres, securely fenced in, adjoimnii the Pound. to Mrs. M. H...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

(Colonial , A woman named Mary Ann Holmes who *vn8 committed to gaol on Wednesday weiik fur two uionllie on a charge of vug. rancy. torn one of tier eyes complctly nut of I lie socket no Monday, and wan villi difficulty restrained from tearing; out the other. I; is said she is suffering from delirium tremens. She has been Kent to WoogBroo Lunatic Asylum.- Gnatdia i. I -We (D. D. Gazette) have Wg shown a design of it niormniptit about to be erected to the memory of the Hun. J. D. M'Leftn, at tlie spot orar the Westlirouk Iliad station where, in accordance with his expressed wish, lie was binicij. A broken column appropriately represents the sudden termini' j Hon iif lils life ttliilst in the enjoyment of health mid vigor; pi'ssetsed of wealth that, I unJt-r liis judicious management, ivus | rapidly Hccumulatin^, und only entering I into a political cnrrtM when l>y all parties lie wav jjrocti d as a bold and original statesman fitted, above ull others, to cunducl the financial poli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

In Ibe Supreme Court of flneenii land. IftherifTs Officc, Brisbane, lGlb May. I8G7. BANK OP NEW SOUTH WALKS V. BRADFORD. TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED. -Tafec notice, that a Writ of fieri faciat line been issued upon a Judgment nb Uinod by tbe Plaintiff in the above action, and that all tbe Defendant's equity or m> detnplioti atii other equitable interest, of, in, and to all that picce or parcel of Land in (IK* Oolony of Queensland, containing by ad measurement fo itcen acres two roods and nineteen perches, lie the fame more or Jess, situated in the County of Mciivalo and parish; <>f Warwick, portion one bimdred and fifty, eight commencing on a road one chain wide a) the north-east corner of portion one hun^ died and fifty-sev«n j and bounded thenco on tbe west by tbe east boundary line of that portion bearing "south twenty-three min ites fast twelve chains and twenty eight links to a road o»e chain wide; on the south-west bv that road beaming eaut seventeen degree* fift...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

foral Intelligence, Wibwick ELECTION.-On Tuesday, the polling day, the greatest excitement pre vailed amongst ell parties respecting the re sult of ibo election, nod the partisans of the rival 'Candidates exerted themselves to their utmost in bringing electors to the poll. Carriages, and "breaks," drawn by futir horses, and decorated »it!i devices and mottoes, rattled through the streets from early morning, and a continuous cheer from the occupants of these vehicles was kept up tili.the CIOBS of the poii. Flags were also hoisted at the principal business places and at the hotels; the town bore a general holiday appearance. Wo believe a more exciting polling day bas not been seen in Warwick. We UBdetstand that there is a great want felt at the Warwiolc Hospital in consequence of having very liflle old linen on hand. We would particularly impress on all who are charitably, disposed the neoessity of saving Any articles of ibis material that are unfit for wearing, as it will gladly be r...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

Cortcsponhtncc. {To tht Editor of the Examiner and Timet ) 1 SIB,-There is one feature which has characterised the late election, which the electors of Warwick would do well to remember. There were probably but few men who gave their votes yes terday that professed to be more honest than other people, but when One of the candidates assumed the dishonesty of Mr. Clark's avowed adherents, it was high time that such a stigma should receive its appropriate reward. There certainly were some who cherished the belief that the electors would as cleverly sell Mr. Clark as ihey had Mr. Green, but the cause of honour and truth lost nothing by their apostacy. The result of yesterday's polling, however satis factory it may be, is all enhanced by this triumph of the great principle of hon?sty. We lose sight lor once of what has been gained, in remembering from what we have been delivered. It may be a small matter perhaps to some candidates by what means the^ are returned so long as their success ...

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EASTERN DOWNS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

EASTERN DOWNS ELECTION. The declaration of llie poll tool; place < at eleven o'clock oil Monday morning ( last. There was a very large concourse I of people assembled in Iront ol the 11 hustings, and precisely at the hour ap- j; pointed the Returning Officer, (D. M. I i Sinclair, Esq.,) rose to declare the i state of the poll. He was received i with loud applause, which having sub- i sided, he declared the following as the i stale of the poll: W A HWiCK. Douglas .. 51 Urct'ii ... ... S3 ALL'IIIA. DoukUs ... G8 Green ... ... 17 Lfcvouas. n.Ujjlae 23 Green ... Glenelq. PouyUfl ... ... ... 7 Green 11 Ir.OLMWuuD. I) tljlflB 0 Grouu ... ... ... ... 1 Total Votes polled .. 223 T»ut for Hon. J. Douglas ... 14G ,, ,, Mr. Green 77 Majority far Daug/ae (t9 The RETURNING OFFICER then de clared the Hon. J. Douglas as duly elected to represent the Eastern Downs in the Queensland Parliament. The Hon. St. G? R. GOHE, on behalf of Mr. Douglas, thanked the electors for the proud position ...

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English & Foreign Tems. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

<2£ng!is|j # Jforcigit^Jftiiis. It appears that (lie engine-irirert end fire men in EugUnd and Scotland belong to what promises to be a very formidable ~ trade union. It was eatabiiched about lOj months ago, lias auiae 3S,000 aubeciibing uiciuhein, a capital estimated at about £50,000, and G( branches, their headquarters beinj in London. To iliia society, which supports a newspaper of its own, appropriately called the Train, the diivors and firemen on the Loudon, Brighton, and K.iuth Coaet liailway belong, and had tbe recent strike continued they would liave been maintain d at fu ] pay by a general contribution, among the subscribing members. It is a note ? worthy circumstance that the prima movers in the recent strike were all men receiving tbe highest rate of remuneration paid by the com pany, and working nominally 10 huuin a day, bat practically nut so much, aud who did not expect ti be benefited to the extent of a wiugle shilling by the success of the* agitation tlicy...

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WARWICK ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

WARWICK ELECTION. The nomination of candidates for tbe town waB held immediately after the declaration for the Eastern Downs. The weather was very favourable, and the proceedings were conducted on the hustings, which, by the bye, could not be used on the account of the heavy rains on the occasion of the nomination for Eastern Downs. The. excitement prevailing in town has been intense for the last few days, and the electorate of Warwick bore every evi dence of being severely contested. However, the proceedings to-day were most orderly, if we except the annoy ances caused by one or two persons, who are well known for their noiBy interference on these occasions. The RETURNING-OFFICER (Mr. JRS. j Morgan J said in obedience to a writ| from His Excellency it devolved upon him to summon the electors to choose a member to represent them in the Legis lative Assembly of Queensland. He begged that they would give the several candidates a fair and impartial hearing, and any elector who wished t...

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ROCKHAMPTON DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

ROCKHAMPTON DIGGINGS. Respecting these diggings, we quote the following from " Queensland Times'* Summary for Europe : Speakir.p of the new rush tha Itockliamp ton Jiulhtin Buys:-lloivy Mitels fur these dippings hare been fouud at llosewnnd. Tim claim-alluvial-belongs to William OlJbam ami Cu. Oldham had been at wmk fur two or three days with ordinary wit'cess, uulil Friday week last, when he turned U| a nueget weiphinp two nunrea t-ix penny weights sod twelve prains. lie afterwards cot another uutiget weiphinp seven ounces fifteen pennyweights anil ei"htecn priiiws, which was the larpeet turned up yet at the M«rinish. 11 o also found a smaller one weighing fourteen penny weights. Oldham'* friends on learning his corn] lurk, profiled by the information, ami tlic affair having put wind « resnlar rush took place. A German, on bottoming n shaft, at a depth of six or seven feet, took out from one dishful three hltpgets weighing altogether seventeen at.d a half pennyweights, which is sim...

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