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Coloural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

(folouhtl Iffrms, On dit that tie rtductiur.* in the Civil Servire are anuniio? diiii' nhiniis of rat he pcrieiiij.iiif mi>euiii)i]c>. Ii i» said that the pnlice fkl ifn htch are reduced by £*.!0,0Q0; that nearly a tcntu luve been served with notices immediately in tbe Surrey Offices; that tlip rcwl* ai d brid^ea are to lie a* tilings lhat were; and that I lie Colonial Arclii'eot will be left In "build castles in the air." foor little KichardH will have to '. paddle Iiie own canoe," beinz deprived nf lii» bnattpen ; ;iud the Commander of the Platypus is laid up in ordinaiy. Will the Kale fnlluw euitf And at w tbe pnlice, is there really, even in tbe superior ifficefi. no tired uf detectives. The L'ir*i Bishnp of tVie diorese, Dr. Tuf nell, preached b most eloquent sermon tn a very Iar;re £hn<;re<;ition on Sunday evening at St. Luke's School-room, Toowoomba. We trust and believe that the visit of his Lordship to this town will have a moat beneficial effect...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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POLICE COURT WARWICK. FRIDAY, JULY 21. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

POLICE COURT WARWICK. FRIDAY, JULY 21. f Before the Police M&aiBtrate.l Wfiliam Bradburn was charged witfi m stnlting Mr*. Caroline Chapman, on the 16th lost. Mr. Addenbrooke appeared for the defendant Caroline Chapman, on being aworn, Bald On Monday last I waa sent |or*by Mrs. Brad* buru lo go down to her house; when I pot there, I found a lot of things strewed about the outside of the door t 1 asked what they were doing there, when defendant sprang from the imfft. seized me by the neck, and threw me down a'id kicked me three times, Py Mr. Addenbrooke s The property Is mine; do not know the house S» Braaborn'a property; consider it is my house for twelve months; It was abnut four o*cloek in the afternoon when the a»*ault took place: had not been thsre before on that day; defendant did not tell roe not to come into the house before the assault; wenl into the house after the assault with a policeman j know he is oocupying the house now. By the Bench: Did not go into the house...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

focal Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. The following are tbe readings of j the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: BAROMETER. TIIBBMOHETEB. MAX. MIR. Thursday, .. 28.660 600 ... 23 0 Friday. ... 23.636 .... 67 0 .. 21.0 Saturday, .. 28.626 675 .. 25.0 Monday. .. 29.571 .... 67 0 .. 250 Tuesday, .. 23611 .... 60.0 .. 23.0 Wednesday... 28.673 .... 62.0 .. 28.0 Rain, nt(. On account of a press of advertise ments, we are compelled to hold over several communications. Our corres pondents can rely on their appearance in our next issue. A serious accident, which has since terminated fatally, occurred at Mr. Bracker's station on the 3rd inst. A man named Edward Meigs was thrown ' from his horse, and so severely injured that he died from its effects on the 9th inst. No inquest was held. I On Tuesday last the election of an Auditor for the Town Council took place. Tne poll was opened at nine o'cl...

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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

AUSTRALIAN" DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS.* INTRODUCTION. It is the purpose of the writer, in this and the essays which follow, to give some account of those men who have made themselves famous by their voyages to, and researches on the Aus tralian continent. For although (he history of our land boasts not the names of such great men as those who discovered and colonised the Western World, still we have had men of earnest endeavor and indefatigable perseverance, who not only are ensam ples to us, but who are worthy of a higher tribute of praise than has yet been accorded them. We have had no Columbus, no Pizarro, no Cortes, no Cabot; for the discovery and coloniza tion of Australia have not been fraught with such dangers as were necesss ry to call into being the gigantic energies I of such men. 'j'be aborigines of Aus tralia made little or no attempt to defend themselves against their inva ders, whereas the Aztecs of Mexico and the Peruvians were tolerably well skilled in war, and endea...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

SYDNEY. July 19.-The City Bank has de clared a dividend of eight per cent. The Federal Council Bill lias been withdrawn on account of an informality j in the manner of its introduction. The Government asserts thai it is in a position to meet the liabilities falling due, without having recourse to further taxation. At the sales of hides and tallow held to-day, prices were firmer and the de mand brisk. At the Grafton races to-day, the Marcs' Produce Stakes were won by Duke. Bouquet carried off the Ladies' l'urse. The Maiden Plate was won by Springbok, and the Publican's i'urse by Tomboy.

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BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

BOWEN. July 19.-The polling for the Ken nedy District took place to-day. In tfait town the number of votes recorded were 64. Of these Mr Macdonald recieved 42 and Mr. Fitzgerald 22,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

WARWICK EMPORIUM. The undersigned, having purchased the remaining ST«?K Contained in the above premises, begs respectfullj to inform the PUBLIC GENERALLY rjiHAT he intends carrying on the Business, and trusts, by strict attention J. to the Requirements of the Trade, and also by keeping a GENERAL MERCHANDISE TO BECEIVE A L1BEBAL SDPPORi'. oocc on^; ooo WWL MRNRN (iBOCERIES, FANCY fiOOD8, I Ac.) Ac., Ac. The whole of which will be personally selected from the best Market*, I and offered at Prices, FOR CASH, that cannot fail to satisfy the most economical buyer.. R. W. GILL LEA A P fill BINS' CELBBH&TED WORCESTERSHIRE S ADC 3, OBCLABEO BT COSWOISSEOU6 TO BE THE . ?*' ONLY OOOD 8ifCK. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. THE success of this most delicious unrivalled Condiment having caused certaiu dealers to apply tho name or " Worces tershire Sacce" 10 their own inferior com pounds, the Public is hereby informed that the only way to secure tbe genuine, >b to ask for LEA & PERRINS'...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

MELBOURNE. July 19.-The charges made in the " Ago" newspaper against certain members of the Legislative Assembly, with reference to the Hargreaves case, will form the subject of enquiry by a select committee of the Assembly.

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

ADELAIDE. July 19.—The financial statement   made by the Colonial Treasurer shows a deficit of £191,000. Wheat is dull of sale and prices have a downward tendency.

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TOOWOOMBA ASSIZES. THE ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER NEAR WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867

TOOWOOMBA ASSIZES. THE ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER NEAR WARWICK. Hugh Fraser surrendered on bail, charged with having at Glengallan, on the 7th of March last, unlawfully, maliciously, and wilfully wounded one William Dillon, with intent to kill and murder. The prisoner pleaded "Not guilty."   The accused was defended by Messrs. Gore Jones and Cooper.   The Attorney-General having briefly stated the facts of the case, called the following witnesses for the crown :- William Dillon deposed : I live at present at Warwick with Mr. Lark ; I am a stock- keeper; I have known prisoner about twelve years - I was brought up by him for some years ; I remember the 7th March last; I was then in Fraser's company near the wash- pool at Mr. Deuchar's station ; two men,   known as John and William, were there too ; the men were drawing stuff for Mr. Deuchar : Fraser came out there at about half-past five in the evening: he remained till it was half past eight ; it ...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE it«K* tt/HUi >ob BriilAii Tpsitloh, Allora, Spring Oreek, Drayton and Tnowoomba on Mondays, Wednesdsys, and Fridays, at 7~S0e.ni. Maiylknd and the Northern Districts of New South Wild on Mondayi, at 7-80 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 880 p.m. ' Talesi Beef, Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondlwlndl, 011 Wednenday, at B p.m. N B. letters &o, for Glenelg, Warroo, Pikedale, eienlyon. Texas, and Fraxeri Creek, ara for warded mail. i : i Haim ABBITO nou Ipswich, AUora, Spring Creek, Drajtmi MO Toowoombi on Tuesdays, Thurs day*; and Saturday*, at 8p,m. Mairlacd oh Tuesday* at I p.m. and oa SitiirJuys at 6 p.m. Tatgal Beet fceylrarn, and Western Creek on "Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to place* beyond the colony bearing an Insufficient number of .lampt on are lent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writer* t a* also letter* rt-poitti bearing etamps which have been obliterated or defoced. Letters are reglsteted between the hours of t ...

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THE COTTON SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

THE COTTON SEASON. The .' Queenslander" says the cotton season or 1867 is now about iU last. Tlie cold nights or the present month are drying up the plants, and the end of July will probably see all the cotton which will be gathered this year safely in tlie shed.. In another month, if the moist weather we have been favored with so long holds out, and frost keeps away, preparations (or planting the new crop will be under way. There is nothing like early planting for cotton. Many of the plants may die or be eaten off by grubs, but those early plants which stand have a strength and vigor about them, and ripen their wood in a style which is seldom found on the latter plants. Our advice, then, is to inalfepreparaiions for planting the crop during die latter days of- August! or early in Septembers The soil way not then be in a fit state, and the work nay have to be held over for another aoonih; but it is best to make ready. It will be a misfortune to lose a week Of two of early spring, wh...

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THE DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

THE DINNER Was held last evening at Mrs. Littleton s Royal Hotel, and at aix o'clock ab»ut forty gentle men sat down 10 an excellent dinner pmvidcd in the liOKtiW well-known style. After atopic justice had been done to llie repeat, tlie health of the Jnd^e* whs proposed by Mr. James Taylor. MX A , and ably responded to by Mr. Marlay (Clitton), who in doing an, remarked that as one of tbe judges of sheep. be wat cure that the show of sheep tbat day was the beat yet brought together In the Australian oolonles. The health of the Chairman waa then pro poned by Mr. Marlay, and duly responded to. The health of tbe exhibitors taking prices and thoae not taking prices, was proposed by Mr. J. l.ow. and responded to by Mr. Fits and Mimoih on behalf of Mr, Deuchar, ANNUAL QBN'KRAL MEETING Commenced by the Vice-President, Mr. James Taylor, being voted to the cliair. The Secretary, Mr. Grimes, read a state mentaf accounts, which abowed a credit balance to tho Society of £1<4 10*. 6d. ...

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WARWICK HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

WARWICK HOSPITAL K meeting of the committee «f the ins(itii({>it> w*» fcetd yeRteriiay nflfrnwn (July 3jit). There Were present C.CUrk, Ei>q.. {In "the chair), the Venerable Areli de»o<W Glenale, Me>»ir. Wni. Tiiumpsnjt, I). Btdleii,^. 6. Fuller, \V. U. Brown, P. Affleck, J. M'KeacUie, Dr. Mirjtelte, Dr. Koeb, tli« Treasurer, and the Secretsry. Tbe Mi'>ut»s of ihepmviuut meeting were mad «n(i confirmed. T<i« following aeonnts were pa*»e/l, end, an motion fcy r*ke Venerable Arebdeaoco Glcnnfe, seconded by theTreaearer, were unlervd t» be piiilf JiwpiblirtbeHS (salary) £18 ISt.; J. U Roiib, krerrt«trt 486. A letter wu then rend from Dr. Bullen, encliwiing a complain) from James Ferguson, lately a patient in the Hospital, against i)i« wardsinan ond matron. After iiiventigaliti* the complaints, the Coromiltif decided that tie charges were unfonuded. OD motion of the Treasurer, siconded by Dr. F. Margetts, the wardeinan was allowed rations for a mine....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

^foierlistmmts. Important Sale or HOUSEHOLD FCRJilTCRE W. H.^BROWN Sab received instructions from G. L. Prattsu, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC OTIUN, At his residence, PALMGRIN STREET. ON PBWtV, THE Mh DJV* OF ACfilMT, Tlie whole of his Valuable and Modern AND OTHER EFFECTS. OolfpBMINO Piano. a beautiful two-cord instrument, by Collard Billiard Table complete (quite new) Mahogany Table Loo do. Card do. Unite Drawing Room Furniture, couklntlng of Oouch, set of Sis Oiiaira aud Easy Chair, io green Damask C*rp«t fa beautiful Brnasela}, nearly new, 28x14 Hogs Hands t>m» Book Case with Tabic and Draww benMib Vender jaud Irons ricniRcs 'Tbe Loid's Rapper." a baautlfolly colored enm*»ing " Loid otthtiMannr," In Steel Birthday," . " <%;.«. . . , . .. Head of pifr W!wr. oolor»J-Biigr»rin* - fair or Engravings-" Mated and Cheat mated'' " Wayside Inn" Six Vignettes, framed 200 Volumes of Buoks-. Brst-rate collection Two Pairs Vasea One Large do. Matting Cnrtain Bnd Poles CD0i|ilete Two...

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DEATH OF MR. J. C. WHITE, JUN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

DEATH OF 14R. J. C. WHITE, JCN. We arc sorry to have to announce tbe dealb nf a much reepeeted boil highly esteemed resident or this distriot-that of Mr. J. C. White, Juo , the second bod of J. (3. White, Esq > I*»lic» Magialrate «>f Too woomba. Hie death took place 'in Saturday evening last, at the resilience of Dr. Bullen, where he liatl been residing a few weeks previous tn hi« death. The deceased young gentleman had been suffering severely from neuralgia for sumo time past, and hid only recently recovered from n fever, which bad left him in a very weak and delicate state of health. About three Weeks ago he was again taken ill, when symptoms of brain fever set in, which, as Dr. Bnilea Inform* ns, was the immediate cause of bis death. The deceased war highly respected by everybody, and the news nf bis death cast a gloom over the town. During his lifetime he interested himself in every movement fur the public good, and was always active and forward in promoting any charitable...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

|inpouii'bings At Warwick, from North Toolburra, 2nd July. Driving St. per bend.-Bay marc, like O oft shoulder, like F near shoulder, off bip down ; brown fill*, like PF near shoulder, long etar and snip, off hind foot white; tnouse«grey Colt, like H or D overD near nhoulder. off hind f'tot white: bar filly, like HJ orer JH near nhoulder, like i> off shoulder; bay mail, like JH conjoined near shoulder, collar marked; hay cntrre, like KJ near shouHer (damages 10a): bay horse, like JR conjoined over SK near shoulder; iron grey filJy, like ^ over £ near »boul4«r, whl'e face, <ff fare aud off bind foot white: roan mare, like 88 over JF off shoulder, like JT conjoined uear shoulder, star; ro*n filly, like BJ near shoulder, star; dark-brown mare, like ""*over J A near shoulder, like a brand over; brawn colt foal, nnbrsnded, star, near bind foot Mrhite; cheat* oct filly, like ^ over JQ or """orer JC uear shoulder; black colt, like K-Haoar shoulder, near bind foot white; chest...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting oF the Council was held on Thursday after noon last. PrtiBtnl: the Mayor, and Aldermen Ross, Affleck, Evenden, and F. Morgan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. CORRESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read a copy of a letter which. had been sent from the Council to Mr. Lester, respecting the removal of the gales on the road to Rosenthal, and informing that gentle man that if they nere not removed the Council would take steps to have them removed. The Town Clerk was instructed to take an early opportunity to see whether tliey were removed or not. A letter was also read from Mr. Jarrett, e sking for the balance of salary due to his brother, the late Town Clfrk. Alderman ROBS moved that the balance owing to the late Town Clerk be paid to Mr. J. Jarrett. The motion was seconded by Alder man MORGAN. The MAYOR moved as an amend ment that the matter be referred'to the Finance Committee. He considered this was the only...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

ReMABKABLX BPIOXMIO JIT DCBLtlt.-Gm interest amongst jphyaieians snd much public alarm ha* arisen in the Irish metropolis from the occurrence orseveral dases of a disease pre viously unknown (here. Tbe first case iru on the 18>h March. 1666, in the person of a molt health* student of medicine, and three other* took place within the succeeding month, bnt during tbe present year over twenty cases have occnred in Dublin, and the neighbouring suburb, Kingstown. Sudden prostration, almont black purpuric discoloration of the skin, and death wi'Kiio a fair liotun, bare marled all tiie cases. The durationbfthe dlseeae from Beianre to death (for all the Cues hove been fatal) list varied from eeVe.i to ninety hours. In sereral instances there bai wen coma for H"tne hours holme death i and io a few, trtan «id spstms and incieaslia sensHlflty, eymptoms tfliicli indicate that the malady m*y be re iati'd to cerebrospinal meningitis, which was epidemic in Inland in 1846. and in Went Prus sia in...

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TALGAI. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1867

TALGAI. (Frotn our own correspondent.) Mining on this field hue been my (in)) a! late, owing tu the fact ilint (host nf our miners had Irft fur other fields, and other* bad gone prospecting. Oar prospectors have relumed udtacocnt-fa! I im .sorry to say, fur thongta the c>lor of gold vita found fa many places, nothing payable waa struck." " Some of oar old miners, who have visited Emu Creek and other g«la fieide in New South Walea. have also returned and act to Work. The Queensland and Louisa lleefa, that were abandoned for mime lime are taken up, and alto/eiher Taint! ia looking op a little. Dndd and party ate fairing a"ine fair atone, but tbeir reef is very email Tjie " Vicloria" machine ia crashing some very Bond si.rface atone from M'KenEie and party's claim."On Taylor's K»ef it ia «aid (hat the p»rly hate struck a rich leader, and are determined to follow it up. The " Golden Hope Co," are about to Htart cruxhing at 'he " Knterprise" maohine, which liaa boen idle for sums time...

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