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

ADELAIDE. JULY 12.-The Colonial Treasurer has promiseJ to produce llie budget 013 the 18th. Breadstufis arc higher, ond vvlieat is now quoted at 4s. IO<l. per bushel. JULY' 13.-Mr. George You>ig, ol the firm of Youngh'isband and Com pany, liae been committed (o. trial, lor fraudulently converting bills of ex change, to the amo int ol £1,000.

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

At \Y vwu-U.fjom CaMiin: Dom$r, on 29tU Jtiiic, 18(J7.1«y "id* r <>f F. J. C. WilduHh, Ksq, l)iivin;, In 41. pel l.e vlI binwrn coll, ill-'fr» tlile luaitd tviili like diamond or heart pear tdtmildcr. bluee, bind tVet wbi'e; I iron grey Mime. A\V conjoin d ijvoi C oft* shouij.i'. like 435 off rib*; 1 buyln-rae, like L)MI off fi|j«n).lcr. W n«ai th'pb; I M>icU filiy. like JS ?.If i-b tiildcr. likcj K in circle i» nr t-bouldrr I «>ff bind foit 1 b«y ntfiix; like All or HI) near shoulder; 1 b*y filly like hoixc *lioe brntid ti -nr almtil lei-, lilaz'-. If not re leased tin or beft'iv l'.idny, 2tit!i July I8fi7 will be «»M on (bat day. ut noun, fo defray expctiKcs.~-11. MJTCIULL, 1'oiiiulkiei't-r. At Warwick. from Sandy On-ck, by order «f L. IV Loiter, Kscj.» lStU Jtuie, 1SG7. Diiiiiuy, OR. 4»l. p'tr lie.idG'ey niare. CW or GW near fdi >ulder, Iduck colt, like triangle near Kh>u!d?r like ilnee numbers near rib*, atav and nup* bind feet while; roati horn^, 6Ja ,...

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

fotal Intelligence. The Registrar lias kintlly given us the following statement ol' the births, marriages, and deaths (or the dis trict of Warwick, lor the quarters eliding 31st March nml 30ih June, 1867. reflectively :-Quarter ending March 31 : filKTHS - nialeF, 28; females, 32; total, 60. MARBIAQCE, 10. DEATHS - males, 14; females, 17 i total, 31. Quarter ending Junr 30 : BIRTHS-males, 30; females, 27; total, 57. MARHIAGES, 6. DEATHS - males, 19; females, 9; total, i8. A meeting was held at Tenterfield. on the evening of the 9tli inst., in aid of the sufferers by the late floods in New South Wales, when £50 was collected. The following is a return of oil per sons who have taken out timber licenses at Warwick, from the 1st January to the 30th June last:-Hard wood. Tlios. Turton, Peter lleibelt, W. Page, P. Cavanan, T. Pickworth, 0. Shelter, G. 1. Wickham, llarth. Ooggins, M. Enehr, W. Groves, David Payne, John Tyrrell, Clias. Wright, W. Wright, Jas. liylaiid. General Licenses.-John...

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

Jhirtom gratings. The girl who is dectin.d to he tliy wife* although now niiVnnwn to the<% in sure tn be living somewhere or other. Hope, therefore, *be !« quite Well, and otherwise think politely her. An intelligent lid? of oar acquaintance. who«o little boy was beginning to awenr, anxious to exprtihs to h«r child l.er horror <1 profanity, hit upon the novel |<rncu«s < f waah log nut his mouth *lth »o.ip MI-IS whenever lie awore. It wa* an efT-ctnal cute. The I Ijoy understood bin inolln;r*H senue of tho ««u* | ruption of an oath, w hich, *vi h the taste of | the suds, produced the de-ired result. The practice, if universally ad"ptel, would raise the price « f Aoap. A Common DI»bm=E,-" What U the mMUr with Mr. Jones' eye* ?"- .. Why. Ins lias injured i i* sight by looking through n thick-bottomcd tumbler." The prettiest trimming for a woman'*bonnet it A good humored face. "Do you think I'll get Justice done me?" apld a culprit to Iiih com...

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GOLD DISCOVERY NEAR BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

GuLD DISCOVEItY NEAR BKI>I3ANIS. The " Guardian" says, some remark ably fine specimen* of quartz were brought inio our office on Wednesday morning l»y an old digger resident, and known in Brihbane. 'J'liey were of two descriptions, one being of a ferruginous quartz combined vcitli (hat curious conglomeration of sand and particles of ironstone ivhich ex|ierieiiced miners know as cement, 'l'hey were thoroughly impregnated with the pre cious metal, here and there what might be called very small nuggets showing on the surface ; and examination through a magnilying glass of tole rable power proved that there was a very general diffusion of very minute particles over the while. These speci mens of quartz were of good size, from that of a lien's egg, <ip to about lour times that bulk, and they had evidently been taken from the surlace of a reef or leader, as they were weather-worn on*me side, whereas on the other the fracture could be distinctly traced. The precise locality w...

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Miscellaneous. KIND WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

IHisctllautous. KIND WORDS. Kind words are atwsya welccvmf, ICitida w« rd§ are ever dearj The Mmpleat word* of kiorfness, Oh. wIiii uiitnovud can hear? ThevVe vtawRBt to the youthful, Delightful to the old, And worth metre to the tinman heart Than silver or than gold* Kinds words are welcome everywhere, Incut «>r lordly ball* They. mnUe au Kden fn this world, WheroVr they cbnnce to fall; Earth w«ield be like a wilderne&s. Bereft of flinging brdi, Wltli»ut (lie ewect, toft music, Of kind flod gentle words. Kind words are not o*er costly, . Hut they ate v« ry dciri They thine like God a bright rainbow *Mi«l woe, and doubt, and (tar; They tube the *ting Ihun sorrow, Our rebel hearts control; Kind word* are not oYr costly, Tliuugb dear unto ibc aoul. Kind words are never wasted, Um iliem who««Vr you may; They're pearl seed Riven by angels To scatter on the way; Then spread »b m full and freely. Give liberally to all; F«>r, believe mel-oh. believe me1 Not one utibleat will ...

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NOTICE TO THIS PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

NOTICE: TO THIS PDBUO. Tht subscribers to this Journal, and the public generally, are respectfully in form that the Examiner and wilt in future be condnctid by the under $igned, who have purchased the plant of ihe newspaper. The Proprietorst in making this an nouncenxeut, bey to slate that t)cey are practical ptinitrs of considerable expert ence; and they will strictly tjclude any remarlis.no m.iMtfr upon what subject-, i.f 4 personal character, Theij bdierc that the aim of a newspaper ought t<> be (o attack principles hot persons, and toatrh tlote'y the h>cal interests of the district in which it .circulates, Such a courte will be pursued by u*t and under careful management tee h»pe (o obtain a large eii dilution* and the confidence of the pnblic genetally. We beg t>» state that toe are prepared to execute Job fainting of ait <Usciip(ium% an I it will be our study to use every care in this particufer branch of the business, and execute all orders with...

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. ?(From the Britbant vaperi.) DALBY. JOLT 12.-About thirty navvies came into town yesterday, staling thai they were destitute of both iood and money. They were supplied, with rations by the Mayor. Disturbances were leared, and some special con stables were sworn in.

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

femincr mii Cinits. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1867. "Coming events cast their shadows before;" and we think the line is very applicable to the approaching session J.t seems pretty certain that the Minis terialists will have to put forth all their energies to defend themselves, nnd hold for a few months longer the reins of power. Never, perhaps, since the first Queensland parliament was gathered together, has more interest been at tached to a session than there is every where displayed about the coming one and we believe that some very severe political battleB will be fought before it closes. The three or four most im-j fortant questions at present affecting j the colony will lie brought before the House; but we do not think it possible that they can be disposed of, seeing that the session will necessarily be a short one. The country, however, is anxiously looking for the financial statement, and the manner in which it will be proposed to meet our liabilities. Aad in connection with the fiu...

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THE LEICHHARDT EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

T1IK LEICUBARDT EXPEDITION. Mr* Bnrnett, (he lender of the Leichhnrdt Search Kxpvdition.Acrompftoied Mr Keadinto IJoHfji The expedition is disbanded. Dr. While <m <-X|«?cfcd by the Bjiomeran^, fi«m Cleveland flay. Mr, Bwruutt ban bent Ma report down to the Search Committee in Mel liourne. When lie arrived *.o take charge of <Ue expedition, he found lhut Mr. Wlomnn rii dead, Hiortly oftrward* Mr. Burnett etnrtcd c<> scutch \hccountry to (lie wreatwArd of the depot, tlnit being (he only portion of the duif ^intih't tliat was unexplored Th<>*party i went op the Dougal. (he Junoy* the William (-tri-ARiA by McKioIxy), taking the Dniigal first, akUvmsoii that watercoiise that Nome struy horse* were found ^ome time aso by Macintvie, and it wa*thoughtilut Leiclih&tdt might have fi»ilo«ei the watercourse up. but no truCHM or liiin were f mini. A little gold w«k found at the hend of (he Dotigut, hut menlv colour, Mr. Da nvti...

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

BUhKli TOWN. Mr E1ii« RuaA Ims lirdiielit u*fPart /Vn»V*n Timet) t lie ncwit from tjicltiilfdowii to tin; J "Mi .Tune Tlieic vaa no f<««er in Ourltc Town tit timt titn-% aik) very little fin tl«e Flj-hIimt*. The KIIokmutc di«cliHrg<wi licr<arj:o in excellent uiiiiriitmn. nod «ni1*d fir Sydney vi't C«pc L'tiiri iliv* IO1I1 «lnn<\ with t*'<? wool 14 t»»»* lalo*? mi bn.ird. 'iMio S .UinRiidfr «nU'.d f «r tlm *aniu pn»t early in M-ty, with 110 Im'on w*v>1. find wired hcpf. Mea-rn tidkill** Imilinir down v-tnMi>h mtul in in full flpevivtmn. find llicit Iwuf mtd tn1i-i«v art- tttrii'd out in i> manner ilmt i? likely t«» acquire for them s fiiBt class reputa tion. Tlie racua have been postponed till C)jri«t»iA*, wltcn a meet it expected. Htirke Town it«eH »* dull, all lli<* Mjni't-Ts Im-y limiting The per re-ttajre; lit*!».-. <.» 1 dropped hag hen wry iiijsli-f»o«i S»> t<* lt>0 | the high...

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WEDNESDAY', 17TH JULY. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

WEDNESDAY', I7ru JULY. f Before (he Police Magi*ira,ie.] I Dennis Connolly v. Kolierl Cook. ; The defendant was charged with ijJe 1 gaily branding a red cow uith his : brand UO. From the evidence it 1 appears that the cow was impounded | at Ailora in April last, end there was no brand then visible except W, and being advertised with that brand, Mr. Whitman, of Warwick, on seeing the advertisement, believed the cow so described to be his property, and sold her to deiendunt. If ruin the evidence of Wightman and others it was proved the detetidant came honestly by the cow, and that site had been sold to hiin by YVigluinan in error. Case dis missed. Edwin Gowlpy v E. II. Margeiis. The defendant was charged with re fusing to pay wages amounting to £4.' It appeared thai complainant was hired on the same teruis as those on which he had previously served the late Mr. Bullock, at £1 per week, to assist in herding and attending lo the pound, but uot lor household services. De iendant ordered ...

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EGGS FOR HATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

hOQS FOR IIATcarxo. Tlie cjrgn tn he clionen for hatching «houtd he round. not pointed, *yiiitnetrical, mid with out any Hppnrent hleini«li 'I ln-y are from alien between o c fn l two years old. which ItaM l»eeu rutiiiitiir with a cockwl, The egg* caniM't b* two fre*li, and atnuld not exceed "luve week* old* which a<e the most fi-Hhli generally produce thefineflt midhenl'liifflt chicken*. The egca hIjo-iM ho cximlned by an <M>nnsooj»e. or by being surrnnude'1 with any opaque Nuhxtnn^. ro tlutth«* light nf tho mil «ir a cult-He enn he *ho>vii through them, ! and If porfee»lv fiuntpitrent they are fresh, bnt it d»«a iint fallow tlioy ft re fctile. At the ex pitnti<*n ol fivj or sic d»ya the car? fihotild he again placed in the oonnftcope, examined h gainst the liyht, and. if *till clear, thev »homd he taken from the no«t, aa th^y will tint hatch Thus more djance in given f.n- tho other*. TUB oliUf.iBhioiied number of cirga it thirteen. I At all l...

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Agricultural. DAIRY FARMING FOR THE DOWNS. HINTS TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

&giicn!tural. DAIRY FARMING FOB THE DOWNS. HINTS TO FARMERS. Wfc-n t ajieak of D.iiry Funning. I incnn tile tearing and tecdioir . foattle, with thu tiltlinnte view* of tnai< iti^ hotter and chee>e I believe theie U a proapi-ct of peromii.-nt ailcea** held out to the farmer *1)0 Ibiifuu^rljJv «n'r»*e« in it. I mu fn .ly prepared l > outer into nil the that I knoa' of, which ?are I'»t forth by the pn.-au ,t clam or fanner* on til * n.'Wiin. I will liugin willi (lit nhjectifina which have «oine under my own notice. I ask my f.ii-iiiiri^ frienda-" Why do yon not keep a ilniiy?1 "Ii will not pay."-" Why will it nut pay? Have yon not plenty of good jfraaa I.,r your Oitiluf" "Well, we have thio year, fur an exception j bill next J'eur (re may not have a bite. The acaiuim are «t uncertain If m «»«the vxpei'80 <if tioyiiiff milk cattle thin «r. they in >y all die next year fur want of <J."-?.. Very true, the aeinttia me tineeilaln. hit' what...

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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A meeting of the members of the Church nf Kiitil-iini «a« held «m Wednesday eveir iti£ at St, Luke'* Seb^'-rootu, T««'W4K>mb4, lie L<>ro Uih|io|M>f\ur Diocehu it. the chair. There Uric n uimm! Minber |tl<;Benr, Ml«t| hit |/>n!rl.i|i H-!dr.-j.«ed It«t* meeting at cinder ni ll* length «i4i Hie mcwd'y which existed f,.r iht'UMfcd H< livjiy on the purl «if the ('iiunli im-Tiiljiiti. in twcuriuis the proper -ill i »t iiu-ir ch-r^ymm), wild p dMed «>U» Mi- «rent Ih|. mq «'ff (here hoi been ill (hut ki .-. i i*u' 11:ji Hi* imet vtfti; fc'i ntUi'h #«», »mi in*! it ift beou for h'a private re. ?..nrre*, mid a grnnt of £100 from llir Cnuivh \U*>*\ >11 ^iy Society in England, tin* Itev. W, T. Parte, would have been com pelled lo Imve le:t i\n.w«i'Hnba lung Fince, «cj<I h«*l urijira J'* him-elf (ihe liioif(») vklulo im RoL'laifl, Muling Mien lu be th* oh*«'. The (lev Mr. flaiie h««d, however, iiiK h|>irii...

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ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. JULY SITTINGS. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

ALLOHA I'iiTI V DEBTS COUUT. JULY SITTINGS. (Before ihe I'oliee Magistrate.) Cord,m v. I). M'Inlosii.-Amount of dishonored cheque, £4. Verdirt for defendant. Cook v. Dwyer.-Meat supplied, £9 5s id. Summons not serveo. Same ltilev.-Meat supplied, £3 Zs 5d. Summons not served. Loner v. Brown.-GomU sold ana delivered, £2 2s 2d. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Same v. Sullivan.-Goods sold and delivered, £8 Gs lid. Senled. Same v. O'Neil.-Goods sold and delivered, £ I 3s 7d. Settled. Hegartv and Co. v Bui lor.-Goods soid and delivered, £(2 I (is 9 J. Ver dict lur plaintiff with costs. Same v. Legnalt.-Goods sold and delivered, £9 5s lid. Verdict lor plaintiff for £9 4s I Id. Mr. Oxenham lor plaintiff. Name v. Fitzgerald.-Goods sold and delivered. £6 13s lOd. Settled. S me v, O'Siillivun. - Overdue pro missory note, £4 I as 2d. Verdict lor plaimilf with costs Kates v. M'Fadduu.-Overdie pro missory note,JE12. Verdict lor jilain tifl" with costs. Same v Under.-Sawn timber not delivered, £...

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

(folouial 11! ins. Mkktijo «IF I'abUihknt.-A Govern ment Qnxtltt Extraordinary |ut>iUlie<i on 'llnirtd.y contain* proclamations fiirtlirr I? r<ir. ..:iiiijj; ilie LeaifUtive 0'nnr.il niilil Tuesday, llii- (iili of Au^unl, and oidetiui: ? ei-brimi ill I'ariiaiheut to meet on That day "for tne dispatch of busihiW As Il.e Session lieiMim at so late H period of ilie year ii IK l!"t III lie auppoaed lhat Itic Vlo-ili'ual .I u'ill announce any very exienaiva programme. W« lake ii «» a matter of comae that Mr Kiiint wi t npain he unanimously elected Speaker, and in all probability Mr. l'ugh will lie Uliiiiriiiati of Committees. Mr. Jordan, late A»ent-Gener«l fiit Emi gration fui Queeualaiid, has been app.gnted manaiiiii!! director of a company, formed about n year «l'" in England, forihu niiliiia tion uf Ibe iron gaud of New Zealand. On dit, tlial one of (lie first measures of' rclrelicliiiiciit on Ilie part of the G Vrrtitnent will lie to dispense immediately with...

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

DA III AO OUTRAGE. A tnoiiL drtrinr outrage w*r committed At T>»ownnmba on Saiurdity ntalit, «»r rnlher Sunday nwruinp, l>y a |>*rty of men who traversed (lie whole of llulhveii-Mrect evi dently with the intention of doicg a* much mischief as iitwrihle. The firat pUce they tried to obtain nd»nfManco wan at Mi. J. A. Philip*' P<«6t*"ffice Hotel, but lie refuging to Jet them in, thiiy hammered a* the door for »"in« tin>o, and then emn&ed themselves by acratching over the frenh paint on each *ide of the bur d«>or. They then proceeded over the K>ithV(ili«btr«el Bridge, and ineetbiK * man kn,>\vn as Huishy, ami another man, commenced beating them m<wt unmercifully over the hoad and face. One tnut wa* quite utuih}& to attend yesterday, and the t»«rk« on ihe facte «>f the other man sufficiently K-stify to the violence of the a**auU. They then proceeded to W-ckenere, ftpting Hill Bud teached thereabout thiee o'clock ui) Siiudiy m...

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

THE (Ibmhter anir Cintcs IS PUBLISHED tN WARWICK Every THURSDAY HORNING, 'In time for the Outgoing Jlalli, 1 The amount of Subscription !? FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in | advance. Single Copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF OHABGES FOB ADVEB TISING t ». a. Two lines 1 0 Four do 2 0 Six do t 6 Eight4a. .............. 8 0 Every additional sis lines or under Is. Discobist On IS consecutive insertions 20 per cent. 26 " 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their | face the number of times they are to be in verted ; It sent in without this Bpecifioation, saoh advertisements will be inserted until | countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not | later than 6 p.m. on Thursday!. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be j written. . Non-enbscribers' advertisements mast be | paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Birtlis, and Deaths, ii. per | Insertion. AGENTS IN BBISBANE: Mr. G. D. HiRniaos, Stationer & News Agent. School of Arts Bu...

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POLICE COURT, ALLORA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1867

POLICE COURT, ALLORA. WEDNESDAY, JOLT 3. f Before the l'olice .'.iainstrate.] Patrick Kelly v. Edwurd Sparks, nian.- l he defendant was charged will) threatening to cut complainant's throat. Ordered 10 find (wo sureties in the Btitn or £20 each. and sell in the sum ol 440. lo keep the peuce lor 3 tnoutlis, in delault three mouths in Tcowooinba gaol. Patrick Kelly, v. Jacob Ward. Threatening to cut complainant's throat, Bound to keep the pence lor 3 months, sell' in £40, und tivo sureiiin £20 each, in del null 3 months in gaol. Dennis Connolly v. Hubert Cook.-» Illegally branding a red cow with Lis brand 11G. Adjourned 10 the 17ili instant. Frederick Bole, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was discharged with a caution. John Heron, charged with the same offence, lie did nut eppear, aiiii his bail was therefore forfeited. Henry Saal,charged with assaulting constable McConnell. Fined £2, or 7 days imprisonment. ilenry rtaal, charged with assaulting constpble Lunergan. Fined £2, ...

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