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POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

POLLING DAY. On Tuesday the poll was opened at nine o'clock) and was closed at four in the afternoon. Shortly after that hour the Returaing-Officer appeared, and announced the following as the state of the poll: Clark .. .. 126 Cooper .... 85 Mayer .. .. 72 Total votes polled, 283 Majority for Clark, 41 The announcement was received with loud acclamations, and the cheer in? continued for some lime. Mr. GEORGE GtAtiK then ascended the h listings, and addressed a few re marks to the large concourse that were ssembled. lie said when he came first to Warwick he had no idea that lie would be placed in the proud posi tion of being their representative. He thanked them heartily, and he not only thanked his supporters, but also those electors who had told him openly they would not vote Tor him, as he bad learned much from them. He would assure them that the trust they had reposed in him would be well kept. At any future time be should appear before them, he hoped they would question him, an...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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COTTON IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

COTTON IN QUEENSLAND. The following interetting communication' addressed to Dr. Challiuor, haj been pab" lulled: Fairney Lawn Cotton Plantation, Btiitune River, uear Ipswich. ^pril 201b. 1S67. D4»r Bir,-You (iskcl roe to give you a Tew particulars concerning the cultivation of New Orleans cotton in Queensland, with which re qu*>'> I coinfil; with pleasure. The selection of the coil ii the first thing to be considered by the intending planter. Though cottoq has been railed on different kind* of axil iu Qneenaland, yet a light, loatny noil i* evidently the beat. T-e deeper the surface Roil the better, en the cotton plant has&long taproot, wliioh atrikes down tn a gnat depth. If the loproot strike« on tits wet grunod, cotton trill not Ooiniih, In selecting land it is well to regard tbe poisi tiou of it: « low flat ou which heavy dew it apt to lie, {a tint a favourable position, especially in a season like thi* when it'ore rain fell than was good for the cotton plant; a hi...

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WARWICK JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

WARWICK JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL UACES. Yesterday was the first day of these races, and although many doubts were expressed last week that the meeting would be postponed, the stewards de termined to hold them on the days originally fixed. The course w. 6 in pretty good order, and although a great deal of rain has fallen, the genial rays of a warm sun had comparatively dried the. course, and rendered it in good condition. | Following so closely #! the elections, j the excitement had hardly cooled, and i we doubt notbutthe recollection of the preyipofe day's political struggle was still fresh, and occupied the miuds of many parties. The races upon the whole were very good, and some of the horses, especially those that have been trained here, stripped well, and showed that no pains had been spared to bring them to the post in tfood trim. The attendance was fully equal to that of last year. FIRST RACE. The MAIDEN PL 1TB of 39 aov«., vcith a sweep of 3 bovb. for the second horse, for nil horse...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

ARRIVAL AWIt BKPAIITUHE 4>F nULS. AUUIVALS. Ftnm Maryland, every Turadajr, at 1 |\m., and cvtrj H&mrda?. at 6 |».m. ** Uridutie And Ij.huich, vl«* I)r:iytnn, by Cobb'a coacbra, *»ory Tuesday, Tituraday, and baiur toys, At 3 p.m, 44 Lcvburn, via Talgai DlgjJnja, *wy waumaaaj tl nam. pepautouks. Per Maryland, tntrf Monday, at 6 a.m., and ever; TLmraday, at # p.m. *. Brit'mne >Uil Ip uich,r?a Bra jr tan, rrrrj H^firtsr, %V»lneaJar, aud Friday, bj C'ubL'a coaclioa, ai 9 u.m. " Warwick to l*jlmrii, etcry Tliuiadny, at 4 a.m.

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

femmcr anir Cintts. THURSDAY, JUHE 27, 1867. THE trysting day U passed. The elec tion with all its preceding jealousies and differences of opinion has gone and wefaave only to ^congratulate the elector* of this important district upon the choice they have'made. In doing aftl^C&nnot help thinking their choice isaliappy one, inasmuch as the princi plesadvocated by Mr. Clark are suf ficiently libera), and yet grounded on a Stem basis. We cannot look upon the resultofthU hard fought battle in any Jf' light but as a great success, as they , hare returned one whose principles are ^ those of an honest man, and whose name is only known to them as being associated with the charitable and the good, and whose promises can be safely relied on as not being merely election eering clap-trap. Though great efforts were made to bring about a different result in the election, we believe the feeling is one of genera) satisfaction, and though much might be said of the merits and demerits of the ...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 27 June 1867

W«T1CK::TQ. Til I! Pt'BI.IC. The subscribers to tit is Journal, and the public generally, are ret[i(c!ful!y in formed (hat the Examiner and Times will in future in conduckd by the under tigntd, who have put chased the plant of the newspaper. The Proprietor*, in maltiny this nn nuance merit, bey to slate that they are practical printers of considerable experi ence; and they will strictly exclude any remarkt.no matter upon what subject, <<f a personal character. They believe that the aim of a newspaper ought to be to attach principles not persons, and watch closely the local interests of the district in ithich it circulates. Such a course will be pursued by us, and under careful management we hope to obt'iin a large circulation, and the confidence of the public generally. We beg to state that tee are prepared to execute Job Printing of all descriptions, and it mill be our study to use every care in this particular branch of the business, ayd extents all orders wi...

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

THE (fomhtcr mtir Cintcs IB PUBLISHED IS WARWICK Kwery THURtiDAV HORNING, Ltn ttme for the Outgolnf Alalia. The amount of Subscription !< FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in *11 cases id advance. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHABGES FOB ADVEB THING-. s. 4. Two lines X 0 Four do 2 0 Six do g 0 Bight do 8 0 Every additional aiz lines or under It. Disoobkt On 18 oonsecntive insertions 20 per cent. 26 " S3 " AU Advertisements must specify on their lace the number of times they are to be in serted; if aentin without this specification, snob advertisements will be insorted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 6 p.m. on Thursdays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per toserttoa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE: |ir, Q. D. Haabbov, Stationer dr.News Agent, School of Arts Buildings. Mr. 3* WILDE, South Brisb...

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AMERICAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

AMERICAN RAILWAYS. Forty years ago the United States had but throe miles of railroad in operation. They now have 35,341 miles in operation, and 16,9*8 miles building. The value <5T the com pleted roads Is 1,602,461,63$ dollars, an aver age of 40,783 dollar* a mile. On an average, fonr miles of road per day are now ltuilt in the United Statee. The laying of a third rail on the Canada Great Western Railway has jnst completed a ronteof uniform gauge between Chios go and New York and Boston. The inaugural train had tome luxations novelties of travel. Among them wai a hotel cat with a little kitchen. At each seat tables osn at once be put op, and on the passenger touching a bell-cord, a servant promptly responds with a bill of fare, from which the travellor selects such edibles as best suit him, and is presently enjoying all the comforts of an admirably* oooked and served meal, wbllo going at the rate of forty mile) an hour. Two palase sleeping cars, the Mayflower and the City...

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COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

COTTON. Cotton cloth was fabricated many ccntnrius befufrj the Christian era. The first mention of it in history is by Herodotus who in liis description of the usages of the people of India, speaks of those Oriental* as possessing " n kind of plant, which, instead of fruit, produ&es wool of u finer and better quality than that of sheep and of this tbe Indiana make their clothes." The " father of history" wrote about 450 years before the hirtU of our Saviour. But spinning and weaving must have been invented long before that date, for ire are well aware that those arts Were known to the Rgyptions in the time of Joseph, B.C. 1700, of whom it is recorded that Pharoah M arrayed Into in ves ture of fine linen.'' It is not improbable that the same arts were even then known among all eastern nations, and consequently prae. tieed in India at that early date. Learned commentators assert that tbe "fine linen" spoken of in our translation of the Hible was made of " silken wool," tbe pro...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

feminer anil Cintts. THURSDAY, JULY II, 1867. Sob return o! the revenue of the colony for the quarter ending June 30th has just been published, and we have no doubt it has been anxiously looked for by many persona. From j it we gather tb*t the total receipts from , all sources amount to £134,471 10B. lid., against £114,277 10s. lid. for the corresponding quarter of last year, thus showing an apparent increase of | £20,194. This, at first si^ht, is a satis- j factory state of -affairs, and, without j reflection and examination of the de- j ,ai!s, would afford us natter for self cohgr&tulation; but it must be borne in mind {hat the increased receipts have not been the result of* any im provement in trade, nor of the increased consumption of a larger population. It has been the result of heavy taxa tion-die ad valorem and etamp duties. These two have realised to the revenue no less a sum than £22,148 18s. 3d. Zn die return ere also incladed the land orders returned to the Treas...

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IMMIGRATION. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

IMMIGRATION. (From {he S. if. Herald.) The most populous colony of Australia is just at the present time showing (lie greatest annioty about increased immigration, Al lliqugb 'cry much Hinaller in area than New Rnnth WyUes, Victoria Las a larger population by neailf a quarter of a million, in round | imiqbers, our population is 40),000, Ami tbst of the Southern colony 6>0,0 t0. This great Advance has been mainly due to the attruoiions ol the gull tielils, and not to any legislative p iicy. Tlie annual immigration paid for out j cf the public funds has. 110 doubt, helped con si emhlv to swell the numbers, but it alone would sever have populated (he colony up to j its present standard. Iu the great buistof its prosperity, Victoria drained the other colonies pieity freely, end also drew largely on | America and the old country. IJnt since then ] it lias in its turn suffered some depletion. Every ru«h to a gold field in this colony has drawn larpely from Victoria, and the diggings at...

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Colouial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

A rumitur Wi'.a current iu Brisbane last creek, Vo the effect tbat in consequence of mi 4Hexed Informality at the lute election for lrisbaae,H was the intention «f one i.f the "defeated candidates to petition Parliameut to inquire iuto the valiJitp of the election. Mr.Btracban has bee* engaged for the last two weeki In making «ome experiments at Mensri. GUd welland Greathesd nangnrworks | to uoertata «hkt quality of rum can be made from the Osnes In tbi« district. Ue has euc jjkded lo making a very excellent eample of ?uittt't bat the water, which was taken from the Mary Hirer, haB giveu it a peculiar flavor whiiSff ltke~ulberw.i<wl 'it haa more of the taste of the real Jamaica than Any mm »'. bar* seen here. The cam* uied in the above experiment were kindly supplied by Mr, ftukln, and although not ripe epowft to make sugar, were quite far «noueh advanced for mm, There was about tSPjniudi dull mulMlltM Wrfuaily Was oa# eight degrees, (he remit was 100 lbs. of Very cjear a...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. MONDAY, 8TH JULY, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate, Dr. Margetts, J.P., and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK MONDAY, 8TH JULY, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate, Dr. Margetts, J.P., and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) Adam M'liregor, James Uastlea, James Derce, Andrew Reimmer, and John Wakefield, appeared on remand, charged with stealing and carrying away 7,500 sheep, the property of Mr. (J. Clark, from Talgai station. This case was heard on the 27th ult., at Leyburn, and remanded to Warwick, tho defendants being admitted to bnl. Mr. Gr. Clark did not appear. Mr. Fuller stated he had received instruc tions from that gentleman by telegraph, and he was not prepared to go on with the case, as the removal of the sheep, involved a question of title, and would have to be tried in a higher courL The Bench asked Mr. Sub-Inspector Harris, as the representative of the crown, if he had any evidence to offer, but as none was produced, The case was dismissed. The Court then adjourned until 12 o'clock. [Before the Police Magistrate.] When the sitting of the Court WEB resumed the follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

' iJtoertkmcnts. NOTICV. WHEREAS, bj virtue of the powers contained in a certain Rill <if Sale, executed by Mr. Alfred Mallalieli, late pro prietor of tbe EXAMINER AND TIMES Newspaper, the Morpagees hare taken pos session of all tbe plaut, book debts, &c., con nected with the said Newspaper. All per sons indebted to the eaid Alfred Mallalieu with reference to the eaid Newspaper are requested to pay the amount of their re spective debts to MESSES. COWTON & 1KWIN, who are authorised by tbe Mortgagees to gire proper receipts for the same. By Order of the Mortgagees. E. G. FULLKK, Solicitor. Jane 17th, 1867. WAITED. A RESPECTABLE Middle-Aged J\_ Person as NURSE AND NEEDLE WOMAN. No application will be received without good references. Apply to MBS. W1LDASH, 201 ' Canning Downs.' WAITEU, A GOOD CABINET-MAKER. None but a good bend need apply. Address, P. MODINF, Palmerin-street, 209 Warwick. Warwick Municipality. A MEETING of Ratepayers will be held at the Town ...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) James M'Auliff was charged with drunkenness. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s. HORSK-6TEALING. William Bradburn, remanded from Leyburn, was charged with this offence. Mrs. Chapman, on being sworn, said: I purchased all cattle, horses, and their increase, branded TA, also the goods and chattels, dray, harness, &C., contained in a ccrlain bill of tale from Mr. S. Mayer, on the 2nd Feb ruary, 1866; amongst them was a chestnut horse, branded AF with M over; the horse Btrayed away about twelve months ago, and was seen run ning in a scrub near the place where prisoner was shepherding; saw prisoner in Warwick on the day after the elec tion for Warwick, and he told me he had sold the horse in question, which was called "Nugget, and that he would eell all cattle in spite of rac; he would not tell me to whom he had sold it. By Prisoner: I bought the bill of sale from Mr. S. Mayer. (Bill of sale produced.) By Bench:-I paid Mr. May...

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Impondings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

Jmpnnhings At Warwick, from Canning Downs, on 29th June, 16G7, by order of F. J. C. Wildash, ICsq. Driving, Is. 4d. per headI browncoif, illeg ible braud with like diamond or heart near shoulder, blaze, hind feet white; 1 iron grey mare, AW conjoinrd over C off shoulder, like 433 off ribs; 1 bay horse, like DMI off Bhoulder, W near thigh; I black fitly, like Jti off triioulder. like K in circle near shoulder off hind foot white; 1 bay mare like All or HD near shoulder; 1 hay Ally like horse* shoe brand near shoulder, blaze. If not re leased on or before Friday, 26th July. 1667 will be sold on that day, at noon, to defray expenses.-H. MITCHELL, Ponndkeuper. At Warwick, from Sandy Creek, by order of L. 15. Lester, Esq., 16th June, 1867. Driving, 3s. 4d. per head;-Gicy ware, CW or 6W near shoulder, blaolc colt, like triangle near shoulder like three numbers near riba, star and snip, hind feet white; roan horse, star, like M ovjr O near shoulder, like P3 over MM off shoulder. If not rel...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of this corporation was held on Thursday afternoon last. There was a numerous attendance, viz.:-The Mayor, Aldermen Ross, Brown, Crombie, F. Morgan, Affleck, Craig, and Evenden. The minutes.of the previous meeting were read and approved. * A letter was reaid from the Surveyor General, stating that the lithographic plans of Warwick, which had been applied for, were forwarded. IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. The Improvement Committee's Re port, Mo. 69, was brought up and read. It stated that the work at the Town Hall had been inspected by the committee, and they found the same not finished satisfactorily. They re commended that the contractor, Mr. Rigby, be only paid £20 on account. On the motion of Alderman EVEN dejt, seconded by Alderman CBOMBIE, j the report was, adopted. FINANCE COMMITTEE. This committee reported that the following accounts had been examined, and recommended paymeut ol the .arae:-T, Rigby, £20; P. Thornton, £7 3b. lO...

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Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

HJiscellancouff. Ho who asks to see bis wife's aocounts is a ?nob. He wlio, asked by her, looks at them is a fool. But he who, after inspection, diminishes her allowance, is a beast. Prentice, of »be Louitville Journal, tenders this advice to the public s-" Merer buy goods of tli.,Be who don't advertise. Tlicy sell so little they have to sell dear." A gentleman who had built a small house in a sequestered partof hi* grounds fur private study, showed it to a friend, remarking." Here I sit reading from morning till night, and nobody a hit tlielstiver." " Do you suppose that you cati do the land lord in the ' Lady of Lyons?'" asked a thea trical manager of a seedy actor in quest of an engagement. 11 If I oan't * do* him," waB the reply, "be will be the first landlord I ever had anything to do with that wasn't' done' by me." Tip* Bottl*. "Tis very strange that you and I Together cannot pull; For you are full when I am dry, ' And dry when I am full." Coktrabies.-Peoeld say they sliell pe...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF HA1U, AUIMVALS. fren II*ryl»n4, every Tuesday, at 1 p.m., and «v«ry Saturday, at 6 p.m. 41 UtiabfiD* and Iph^lch, i'(a J)r<ivtaD, b? Colit'a coacfcea, cn-ry Tuesday, Tliuraiay, and batur dayn.at 8 ii.m. 41 Levburn, i<fa Talgat Diggings, titrj WednMaj mi noon. DEPAUTUHICS. far lUrjIarjd, e?err Monday, at 8 a.m., and a*eiy Tbnrtday, at I p.m. '* Sriahaot and Ip®wicli,i i« Drayion, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by CobL'a waclivi, at V a.m. " Warwick to Ltyburn, every Tliuiaday, at i u.m.

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

KOTICK T« TUBS PUBLIC. 'fht subscribers to this Journal, and the public generally, are respectfully in formed that the Examiner and Timet will in future be conducted by the under signed, who have purchased the plant of the newspaper. The Proprietors, in making thit an nouncement, beg to state that they are practical printers of considerable experi ence; and they mill strictly exclude any remark), no mailer upon what subject, of a pertonal character. They believe that the aim of a newspaper ought to be to attach prtnciples not persons, and watch closely the local interesti of the district in which it circulates. Such a course will be pursued by us, and under careful . management ut hope to obtain a large circulation, and the confidence of the public generally? We beg to state that we are prepared to execute Job Printing of all descriptions, and it will be our study to use every care tn this farticuler branch of the business, «nd execute all orders with despatch. RICHARD A. COWTON, SA...

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