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EXECUTION OF THE CLARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

EXECUTION OF THE CLAEKES. -Ttt8ffiKrro37olin OlarEeTwere executed to gether within the preoincts of Darlioghurst tiaol, on Tuesday, Jane 25, a few minntes past 9 o'clock. In the piesence of about one hundred and seventy spectators, and a large detachment of city police. The execution Wag conducted in a very prompt and brief manner. The pro cession was lormed exactly at 9 o'clock. Thomas Clarke was accompanied by the Her. Father John Dwver, and John Olarke by (he Bey. Father O'Farrell. The prayers said by the clergymen were in a low tone. Both pri soners walked with their heads bowed down and their eyes partially cloned. They looked ?very careworn and much dejected. They paid no attention to the presence of so many «pec tators, npon whom tuey did not so much as cast one look. Their minds seemed to be fully ab sorbed In meditation and prayer. On arriving at the foot of the gallows they both knelt briefly In prayer. The Re*, tattler {Dwver then proceeded up the ladder to the scaffold, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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CARPENTARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

CARPENTARIA, "Olio who has held Her Majesty'* Com* mission," sends us (Rockhampton liulletin) the following correspondence from Carpen taria : l'eihups the following lines from this place may uot be uuiaiere^tiog to yourself of your readers. Our town continues in a disturbed state at night, though quiet enough in (he day time, (he rowdy mob sleeping all day and prowling about at night. They broke open Mr. Bourko's place of business, and took a quantity of watermelons, which he bad just brought up fiow tho l6laud. Firing guns and revolvers, and throwing bricks on the iron roof* of bouses, are favourite amusements of these gentry. A bullet whistled quite close to me a t'cw evenings ago. There are a num* ber of black boys in town, who get drunk almost every uight, nsiug mo*l disgusting language; this mob is headed by one of the Native Police, aud who, it is said, shot a wild blackfellow, neat the racecourse lately, taking two gins from tbe tribe. Qe al«o struck on the bead with a bottl...

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

FREE SELECTION. The following reply to the Memorial adopted at the public meeting held some time since in Ipswich has been received by the memorialists " Brisbane, July 2,1867.. "Gentlemen,-Referring to. a memorial addressed to UiB Excellency the Governor by certain inhabitants of the town of Ipswich and Its vicinity, praying (feat the necessary steps might be taken to iatrndup* a bill into Parliament daring the present session declaring the whole of the unalien ated lands in the district of East and West l(oreton--lieuiDg A'eas-ropen to free eeleotion before and after surrey, anbjeot ' however to. stringent regulations in order to ensure the cultivation of iibi by selectors,, and to preclude their being devoted solely to grazing purposes, I am direoted by the Secretary for Public Lands to stale that the Government-having in view the desira bility of encouraging agricultural settlements^ to its fullest extent-are .prepared to ms^^H ihe requirements of the public by affordu^SP every ...

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MEN, BE WORKERS! [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

MEN, BE WOBgER&t Men of Queensland, up, be do!DC t Ye have nl andtnournedtoo lotggt. Wh&t's the use of lamentation?' Grieving never righted wrong, Talking «rtU not mend die matter,-. Work i i« what it wanted fio<v,.. Garth around yon teems with riches, Winthemhy theewe»tofbJVW. Put no trust in polltletkns i Have no faith In all their charm . s The Barest means of independence. Lie within your own. right arms. . Heel ye not their idle speeches I Little good they'll do forsooth, Better far be grubbing trees, than llanging round a polling booth. You're unworthy of the nation Whence your blood and birth you drew* If you idly stund thus waiting. " To tet what Government wilt do," Let eaoh man but do bis utmost. Still to better his own state; 'Tin the workings of the many, Erer wakes a nation great. Let the daylight through your forest!, Send the ploughshare through tbe soil. And ere long a golden harvest Will reward you for yourtoil. Fear yo not! the land youVe...

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

LATEST INTERCOLONI AL NEWS. ! (/Vcn the Dritbtine paper*,) SYDNEY. JOLT 3.-Kooingal station, in the Leichhardt district, was sold to-day, the sheep realising J 3s. a head, and cattle 40». Newstead and Canoona have also been disposed or, the sheep at 9i. 5d., and the cattle at 40s. per head. In the Legislative Council to-day, Mr. Parkes Rave notice of his intention to move, on Wednesday that the Par - jhould agree to the resolutions late Postal Conference ^^roeroourne. JULY 6.-Five lives were lost at Batharst, yesterday, through the up setting of a boat at the crossing place. In the Legislative Assembly, a bill was introduced yesterday for the re duction of the salary of future Gover nors, and a bill coustituting robbery under arms a capital offence. They were read a first time, and were to be read a second time that night. JULY 6.-Another disgraceful scene - occurred in the Assembly yesterday, caused by Mr. Dignam. The steamer Claud Hamilton caught fire last night, and jurt of her i...

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"IS THERE NOT A CAUSE!" [COMMUNICATED] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

IS THESE NOT A CAUSE T" [COMUUMCATKDJ This is a question which might at any time be asked, and which anpears suitable for any occasion; but I think it has never been so applicable to the people of this district as at present. We have had a series of sudden deaths, and deaths resulting from accident, unparalleled anywhere, I should think, among Guch a small community. It would be well for us to consider and ask the question-" Is there not a cause ?" This question wag put by the Psalmist David, afterwards king of Israel, when under the most trying circumstances; when, in reply to the taunts and jeers of his elder brothers, who questioned him as to the few sheep he had left in the wilderness, and why he dared meet the giant of the Philis tines, he pointed across to the enemy's camp and asked-"Is there not a cause ?" That question may be asked at the present time with equal force. Let the people of Warwick pause and examine their actions, their lives, their hearts. The judgments of God ...

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

TALGAI BEEF. The Guardian's correspondent any Mining afljiirs during Hie month of May have been »b follows:-Victoria Claim, New Chum Reef, 39 tons quartz, yield 40 oga. 7 dwts. payable. 45 tone surface soil from lha same claim, yield 7 oz«.-scarcely payable, owiug to the heavy item to be paid for cart ing. 70 Ioiib surface soil from the Prospect ing Claim on the Queensland Beef, yield 15 <>za.-payable, 120 tone from tbe "Golden Hope Amalgamated," New Chum Beef, yield 92 ozx.-payable, being a .total of 154 <?**. fur I he mouth. 1 do not think lane will produce so much, as electioneering and racing mattera will spoil at least a fori night ofit. The Victoria Crushing Company have now got their machine in excellent order, and can cruab fur tbe public at 14s. per ton-a ereat reduction ou the old price of :i0a. What would tbey eay to tbis . at Emu Creek, tbe largest gold-field at pre sent In New South Wales, with plenty of payable quartz, and no tnaohinery, or uex...

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SYNOD OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

SYNOD OF THE PRESBYTEEIAN OHUBOH. SVHHABY OF FBOOEEOIKOB. Tlie annual meeting of tbe Synod of the Presbyterian Cburcb of Queensland was held in Oreek-«troot cburcb, on Tuesday, 2nd July, and the following days. The Bev. 0. Ooo, Moderator for the past year, cnmmecoed the proceedings by conduct ing public worship. At the close of this ser vice lie announced the meeting of Synod, and constituted it, and the roll of members was then wade up as follows, vis. Preibgtety of Britbatu-Rer. T. Mnwbray, M.A.: Ituv.C.Ogg. Ann-street; B«v.J. Love, WickliJ'li Terrace; Huv. A.Caldwell, Fortitude Valley; Rev. M. M'GavIn, M,A..Oreek-slreet; and ller. John Wilson, ministers; aud Messrs. <fl5ti«ns Walker, Ann-»treet; Jaraes Lang, Wickhain Terrace; William Hope, Fortitude Vaileyi David Black, Creek-street; and Alex ander Watt, South Brisbane. ruling elders. Pretbyttry of Iboweomba.-Bev. W. L, Nelson, LLD., Toowoombai Bev. T. Kings ford. Allora; and Bev, U. Grimm, M.A., Dal by, tninistors; an...

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

WARWICK EMPORIUM. The undersigned, having purchased the remaining g?#?K Contained in the above premises, begs respectfully to inform the PUBLIC GENERALLY THAT be intends carrying on the Business, and trusts, by strict attention to the Requirements of the Trade, and also by keeping a y3fiRST-?5#&£S MWJiYMET <B>SP GENERAL MERCHANDISE TO RECEIVE A LIBERAL SVPPORr. wtuL sofliisw mmm DRAPERY, GROCERIES, FANCY HOODS, it., Ac., Ac. The whole of which will be' personally selected from the best Market*, and offered at Prices, FOB CASH, that cannot fail to satisfy the most economical buyer. R. W. GILL Jtif artant Notice! J*» GMT mmm m pegs AT THE EXCHANGE GENERAL STORES I^OSI4fi3Sfi Oppotitt the (hurt House. Flour t Ftowa-1 HART'S ADELAIDE SILK-DRESSED FLOUR, £2 5s. PER BAG. The Exchange General Stores Are, without exception, the CHEAPEST STORES m TOWN. JULIUS JACOBS. PAIWi TO LET. TO LGT, 12 first-class FARMS, eftcb containing from 92 to 123 Acres of superior Agricultur...

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

THE mtit ©tries VDBLitSHED IN WARWICK Evtry THUH»BAV MMMK'C, 'Intime for the Qnl|*lii|JUlb. The amount of Subscription i« FIVE 6HILLi N p S per quarter, to nil cases in advance. Single copies, 8IXPEN0E. SCALE OF 0HABGE8 FOB ADVEB TI8ING s. d. Two lines 1 0 Pour do 2 4 Sir do. t 6 'Bight is. .............. a 0 Every additional lis lines or under 1«. Duoookt On IS ooaaeoutlve insertions 20 per Cent .26 .. 38 All Advertisements muat specif/ on tbeir fact the number of timea they ere to be fa. sertcd; it aent tn without till* specification, .aoh advertieements will be Inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advsrflsements most be cent la not later than S p.m. on l'huredsys. Orders (or withdrawal or alteration muat be written. Ifon-*i)b»CrJbtr»' advertisements moat be paid tor previous to iuaertiou. Marriages, Births, and Dtitbi, ta. par Ineertloa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE yrr ft, n Nnii Agent, / School of Arts Buildings. Mr. 3. WtlDt, South Brisbane. Department of Pabll...

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THE MORINISH DIGGINGS. Saturday, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

THE MORINISH DIGGINGS, Saturday, June 29. The equilibrium of the Moriuish bas again boeu disturbed by very tempting news from all quarters. Ou last Saturday tbere were ruihea to t wo places, one four and tbe other two miles from Bidgelands. At the fmmer one » few claims were payable, but the latter turned out a complete duffer. Scarcely had tbe disappointed diggers re turned to their homes on Sunday, when a rumour began to circulate that payable gold bad been struck on tbe Raglan Creelt station, about forty miles from Bockhampton, and oo the road to Gladstone. The amount of gold obtained was elated to be two and a half ounces to tbe load. Some, directly on bearing tbia, rolled up, and were off, but the most part wafted until Monday, when about thirty left tbe old township, besides about a doeen who started from here. On Monday 1 -srneiaikrfferisa been fat for a distance of lome hundred yards, being (truck by a parly who washed at first half a penny weight to the dish, and since then...

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

fool Intelligent*. Eciiool or ART?).-The usual monthly com mittee meeting of this institution took place ou Thursday last, but in consequence ol the smalluess of the attendance, the major part of the busiuess Had to be postponed until ucxt mouth. Mr. Robert Wheeler wits appointed to the vacancy in the committee occasioned by the death of Mr. J. M. Jarrett; and it vu resolved that a copy of the Queensland Atlas should be obtained fur tbe readiug room. Mr, W. Warren was on Monday last ftp pointed to the office of Town Clerk, in the room of Mi. J. M, Jarrett, doceasod, The weather during the past week has been very fino and seasonable, a succession of clear sunny days, with sharp frosty nights. Monday night was the coldest we have yet ex|»ricnced this winter. The ther mometer registered two degrees below fleet ing point, and on the following morning ice was to be seen fully a quarter of an inch in thickness. We were favoured the other day with a sample of cottop grown near Sandy Creek,...

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

BIRTHS. On Tuesday last, the 9th inst., the wife of the Rev. George Giberne Danvers, of a daughter. On Tuesday morning, at her residence Dragon-street, Mrs. John Newton, of a son.

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SHOCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1867

SHOCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT. In our present issue, as in our last, we have a melancholy duty to perform -that of recording the particulars of   a shocking accident from firearms, which occurred in this town on Sunday evening last. It appears that Mr. Brell, saddler, and Henry Gerstenkorn (the unfortunate deceased) proceeded on Sunday morning to visit a friend at Sandy Creek, and on returning in the evening, they drove to the residence of Mr. Brell. They had in the buggy a double-barrelled gun, loaded and capped, which was rolled in a blanket and placed in the bottom of the con- veyance. On alighting, they proceeded to feed the horse, and Mr. Brell had occasion to go into the house, leaving deceased in the yard near the buggy. While in the house, he heard the report of a gun, and, on going out, he found deceased laid on the ground, dead. From the evidence, it will be seen that deceased must have been in   the act of lifting the gun out of the buggy when it d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

WARWICK EMPORIUM. The undersigned, having purchased the remaining Contained in the above premises, begs respectfully to inform the PUBLIC GENERALLY THAT he intends carrying on the Business, and trusts, by strict attention to the Requirements of the Trade, and also by keeping a GENERAL MERCHANDISE TO 11ECEIVE A LIBERAL SUPPORl'. wqolil §00®®T mmw DBArsftr, GROCKRIB8, FANCY ONM, *c., 4c., Ac. The whole of which will be personally selected from the best Markets, and offered at Prices, FOB CASH, that cannot fail to satisfy the most economical buyer. R. W. GILL. WOOLCOTTS PECTORAL WM.M IB the best remedy for Coughs I Colds, Shortness of Breath, Hoarseness Asthma, Influenza, &c. This preparation, containing bo deleterious ingredients, will be found equally beneficial to mil constitution* from youth to old age. Moid in Bottle»:<iA Hi Cd «;3i 6d each. VEGETABLE APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS, Being composed of purely vegetable Ingre dients, will be found ft safe and Valuable...

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English & Freign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

dfotglrsjj & Jrergn jftrmg. A CHILD'S ACCOUNT OF HIS MOTUEB's Mub ntu.-A fearful utory of taurder was artlessly told by e child ten years of agu, in the Manchester Coroner's Court on Tuesday. The boy's mother was the victim; Ms father the murderer. This was the narrative " Last TueBday, 1 went witli father, (Woods, an old soldier), to Salford Barracks. After drawing his pension, father railed at several public houses, and got drunk. We got home at ten minutes to four o'clock. Father bade mother go up stairs. He was cross with her because she had had half a noggin of whiskey Mother went up stairs, and father ord «*ed me to draw down the blind of the lower room window, to lock the door, and to bring the key. I did a)] this and mat to bed as father told me. When I got upstairs mother crept under the bed, saying 'don't tell him where I am.' Father came up in about ten minutes, and ordered ber to come from under the bed. She refused. Father sent me for tiro penny cakes. When I br...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

SVDNEY. Jolt 12 The Legislative Assem bly have passed the first reading ol the bill for ratifying the border cus toms arraiigemenl8. The Robbery under Arms bill is postponed until Thursday. some time ago are to have another contest for the championship. A sale of Queensland Treasury Bills has been made at I07£. At the weekly produce sales held to day tallow was quiet, and lor hides there was a brisk demand. Jci.Y 13-At Madntne Ccleste'jB benefit the theatre was crammed. She delivered an address to the audience.

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ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PEASANT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

JR.VGMSII AXD A MICHIGAN rKABANT WOMEN. In my own country, tbe peasant girl is not everything that pouts and artists paint her, Tn spi te of our Slaycfay games, our psaliyiuB - relies of an oldiM- n»d a merrier age-tbo Eiig li»li peasant girl h a little UulUli, not & lit'l<« ffuii. An a rule, ehc is not very tidy in tier petvon. not very neat in tier dress, not ve'V quick wlrfi her fingot'*, i'"'l very cairily ou Lei1 feet. The American gill of (lie same rank in lift) is in evetyrvnirct, garo one, liar *ap6tior. It muy Cuius from living in a toiler climate. (V"m feeding on a different diet, from inherit ing a purer bli'ij j tiut from nhatover caiisu it spring*, there can be no dispute about tlie fact. that in tjunciisliire and Devonshire, indeed in every English eUiie. you find «tilling the puasant wunien a dogma of patonal beauty, nr where ta La watchud. as a general rule; and, pu a for oemparUou in tin United Hthteu. Muuy American girls aie comely, wauy n>i&g...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

MELBOURNE. JULY 12.-It has been notified to | the <Jovrrnment by the Home million- j lies that Prince Alfred's visit to the colonies will take jjlace in September, j and immediate steps are to lje taken to ! give His Itoyal Highness a suitable re ception. The Floods Relief Fund is increas ing rapidly. The Oriental Rice Mills were insured in different offices to the amount of £12,500. It is reported iliat steps have Ijuen ! initiated charging persons holding; high j positions at Dailarul with defrauding in ; connection with mining operations. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

Jpurriiscmrnts. NHTIC15. WHEREAS, by virtue of the power# contained in a certain Bill of Sale, executed by Mr. Alfrod Mallalicu, late pro. priet..r «r the EXASIl&'ER AND TIMES Newspaper, the Morgans** Imve taken pn8 vpHcioii "f ill the plant, hook debts, &c., con necteJ Willi the eaid Newspaper. All ppN tump indebted to the fiflit! Alfred Mallalicu with reference t'1 tiie Paid Newspaper ere requested to pay the amount of their «. upeclive debta to MKS&ItS. COWTON & IRWIN, wlm nr« aniliuiixeil lif the Mortgagees to give prnpcr recejptu fur the fliime. By Oritur of the Morl'jaL'ei"*. It. G. FULLER, | Solicitor. June 17th, 1867. WAITKD, A RESPECTABLE Middle-Aged A IVrn.ni NUUSK AND NISEULE WOMAN. No Application will be received without unoil rcfcreucen. Apply to MRS. WILDASH, 201 Canning Downs. Mil. T. ADD« NBRUOKE, ATTORNEY. SOLICITOR. PROCTOR. MDS2>VEtMCBI AtmoN-STIIKKT. WARWICK. Will vinit ALLORA every Weilne»dry. 210 ££ fltKHVIHD. I' OST from Fmte...

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