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IPSWICH. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

IPSWICH. (From mir «vn comtpondtnt.) The weather ha* been uiimiBtakeably cold ! lately, and one feel* cucb shivering senna-j [ Hons In the morninge M Incline one to look i round lbr ice. Potatoes and other vegeta- j Um, have been badly nipped with the frost. The present cold night* «nd dry weather, have six) the offset of diying up the eottou ! plants, and thus bringing the oetton season to . Speedy eloie. Bed ?« froet kept off for an other month the cotton crop would » bin been much heavier. Some cotton planters, especially those small farmera with large families, who have bad * limited num ber of acres under cultivation, have tuoctaded remarkably well with their cotton, end a splendid crop has been gathered. I have heard of instances where euoh men have taken «ff two bale* to the acre. The ne eessltyfor oarcfal cultivation and clean pick ing la therefor* very apparent. Strange to ?ay, however, some of the largest cotton planter* in this district hare had a miserably poor crop, ana...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

Colonial ftms. |BOn Monday inoruing, tbu window at the ^tack part of til* Court Home, about twelve feat from the ground, which roam the Clerk'ol Petty Sessions keepa liia (papers and books, wa« broken by . atone being thrown through it. After the window was broken the thief mast hare got up on: the window «ni either by steps or a ladder, and aad putting hia hand through the broken Square, unfastened and lifted up the lower sash, making good hia entry into the room. The press in which the book* and cash box ia kept, waa then forced open, and the caali bos, ab»ut^l2 or 14 inches square and IB inches long, containing some £139 of gold and notes, waa taking from the buiding and rifled of its contents. Yesterday morning the box was fonnd at the foot of a tree, within one hundred yards of the Ooui t house, in the direction of the swamp, Where the brickmakers were formerly at work. The doors weie all locked the previous evening and left as secure as ttaual. The fact of the room where the r...

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THE FENIAN TRIALS. SENTENCE ON BURKE AND DORAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

THE FENIAN TRIALS. SENTENCE ON BURKE AND DOBAN. Tbe prisoners were asked if they had any thing to say why sentence should not bo passed on them Burke firat addressed tbe Beuch. He spoke iu a clear, deliberate. And dispas* sionate voice, and during tbe delivery of bis speech oot tbe slightest noise could be heard, i Sometimes holding on to tbe ruil of the dock, 1 end at other times gesticulating iu ou im pressive manner. Durke seemed to try and I impart as much force as possible to bis re* | marks, which were as follows | "My Lord,-It is not my intention to oc cupy much of your time in answering the ; question why tbe eentunce of the Court should I not be passed upon me; bnt I may, with your pbrniission, review a little of tbe evidence that has been brought against me. The first evidence I would speak of is that of Hub* j Inspector Kelly, tnno had a conversation with ine in Clottmel, Tipperary. Ho states that be asked me then how was my friend, or what about my friend, Mr. Stephens, ...

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AN M. P. AND HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

AN M. P. AND HIS BON. Colonel Fnllte Southwell Greville-Nngent, H. P.. brought op his son, Robert Bontliwell Graville Nugent, aged 20, at the Westminster Police Ootirt for landing a letter threatening to lb Oct bim. Colonel Nugent elated that be had received the letter of which be complained a little before nine o'clock on Thursday night. It was in the defendant'* handwriting. A moood fetter to the same effect had been ecnt to a friend of hl», Di. Tevan, adverting to the ibrmer one, and complainant apprehended pertontl violence On being aaked what he had to aav to the charge, the defendant re plied that he wa* compelled to do aomething a* hit father did not choose to gire him money. Ha applied at hie home before he wrote the letter. Mid ncievetf an answer through the hutler.tlntiio might go to the union, enlist as a eo1dier«'0r do anything else he pleased, but .bould have iothing tram his paront?. Bo he difl »«>t know what to do. and scut t" .' ' comptairud of, C 'lurjel Circriii...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The upnal fortnightly meeting *if this body look place on TluirtuUy Ust, when there were present-'TheMayor, Alduniicn Brown, JtofP, AflWk, and Oroinhin. The minutes of Kit pruvious meeting Were rend and confirmed. Ah)eru}»» Duuw.v aflki'd the Town Clerk if he knew if anything Im i h»»«n done with regard to the removal of the Hosenth*! gale. The ToWK Cli'hk w<i he hud been dnwn to inspect the plane, hut tuithinir uhatever Iihi] been done. He sign went to tlie elatii-o, hut was lufurtned iliRt Mr. Leetcr ^aa away. Aldernmn HR'»wn t>sid thnt us Mr. L*fitei had taken no notice of the comOiUnication that ha<] been emit him by this Council, .'ie hoped the Council would n>»t stultify itself io not cirrying outthc decision arrived at at their I*6t inrei ijj£ Oo three fceparate occasions Mr. Lester had hid notice given him, and he had always askc) for R11 cxteu biou of time, but us he appeared not to ninve ill the matter it nnwrealfi wit...

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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. CAPTAIN COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. . iiSjl CAPTAIN COOK. Alter the return ol Dampier, (he i Dutch seem to have, continued their visits to Australia; but as their policy lias ever been an extremely selfieh one,* little is known of their discoveries. OF llieir visits at the beginning of the eighteenth century, no definite account ie extant; but it has been stated that, - in the year 1705, they discovered the east coast, and even affired a metal plate to a rock on the shores of Botany Bay. This, however, like many other traditions in connection with Australian discovery, is wanting in support. ' The next expedition sent out to ascertait the position of the Terra Australia was under the command of the French navigator, De Bougainville. He reached New Holland in 1768, and also visited the island of New Guinea. He was followed by Kerguelin in 1769, who in that year discovered the island known as Kerguelin's Land. But the French have contributed' little U> tha cause of discovery, and...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. A meeting of the memhrrs of the Church "f England was held in St. Murk's School, room on Monday even!us;, for the purpone of electing delegates lo represent the member* of the Church in this district at the Church of England Conference,"to'ibe held in Brie. bitio on the 4th September and following days. There was « pretty numerous attend ance, and the VeuerAbtc Arciiduticoo.GIccuie was in the chair. The meeting having teen opened witlj prayer, The Bev, Chairman stated the objects of the meeting, and said it had been called in consequence of n letter 'which ha had re. ceived from the Hiuliop, which lie read. He had beeu asked by <>ue or two what were the precise objects of the conference ; bat he wag not in a position to exactly describe them. They were, however, to obtain information an to the stale of the church in theso colo nies. The state of the colonial church was Attracting deep attention both at home and abroad ; and ouly by the last mail be o...

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LATEST SPECIAL. [By Cable.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

LATEST SPECIAL. I [By Cable.] The Archduchess Matilda has been burned to death. The financial distress in Havana and else* where continues. The revolutionists in Uayti are quiet. No political events of importance bare re cently occurred. On the release of President Davis the JudU cial Committee resolved to censure liim. VALPARAISO.-'Tho demand for breadstuff's continues steady. Southern and 8aotiago brands are so&rce, and prices are firm at last quotations. Tonnage is plentiful. Three vessels laden with barley bare sailed for England during the month. SA* FfiAffci&co,-Fiour and irbtet continue . activc. I

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NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

NEW GUINEA. The following is extracted from an articlecoiitribuled to the "Australasian" bv the Very Kev. J. E. Tenison Woods:-If the Borneo chain and that of New Guinea be of the same range of mountains, we may conclude that they are of an origin subsequent to the carlir ife oils porind, and there fore conta'ning the same minerals. Now in 13ornco the amount of gold found is very great, besides diamonds in abun dance, and tin, copper, iron and anti mony. They are found, too, in an alluvial ironstone drift, very like our drifts of Victoria, as far as one can make out from descriptions. The whole formation too, is like our Aus tralian Alps, and so we may probably concludc of New Guinea. This an nouncement would probably make the eyes of many an expectant digger glisten if it were not qualified to some extant, so it must be added that it is only surmise. I think, however, viewing the connexion of the island with the Indian Archipelago, the height of the mountain!, and the reflected and...

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POLICE COURT WARWICK. MONDAY, AUGUST 5. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

POLICE COURT WARWICK. MONDAY, AUGUST 5. (Before the Police Magistrate^ Demarso v, Kerr.-'The complainant sued for balance of wages amonnting to 12s. Jt ap peared the complainant bad been knuwn to Mr ICorr for some time past, and when Me, Kerr was leaving Toowoomba complainant begged be might bo taken along with bim. This be was allowed to do, and engaged for three months to act as general servant. At the cod of six weeks, however, be lift of bis own accord, after being paid for that time. He returned back again, a jd leftseroral timed, after which defendant told bim to go about bis business. The case W&b dismissed. LABCENY At ALLORA. James Cliff appeared on remand, charged with stealing from the house of Edward Dovle a silver watch and chain, knives and forks, spoons, and several articles of wearing ap parel, on the evening of the 26th July last, Edward Doyle, being duly sworn, said: I am a farmer; live at AUora; on last Friday week was a way from homo; when I came home the ...

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TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

T it AHXlitl'iSSKIIS We would say that thu lar^ ly in- > creased circulation which we have , lately obtained is a sufficient proof j of the good medium which ibis | Journal affoids to advertisers. ,

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RE-COMMENCEMENT OF THE DALBY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

RE-COMMENCEMENT OF THE DALBY RAILWAY. The lateit intelligence to hand this week ' relative to the railway is of the most re-assur ing nature. On Monday fait, the Government engineer, Mr, Brady, arrived in Dalby. He came from Toowoomba along the railway line, and set the uien to work at the various camps, Mr. Brady'* presence among (he men« and bis assurance that in future the pay would be certain and regular, was hailed with delight by them, and work was at once resumed. Tiie line is now being proceeded with through out its entire length, but, as previously an. nouaced, efforts will be made to have it opened to Jondtryon in November, in time for the next sea&oh'ti clip, and consequently the principal expenditure will for the present be upon that portion. It is expeoted that the permanent way will be laid at the rate of about three miles per week. On Monday last an engine waa running on the line over that portion of the line upon which the rails have already been laid, extend...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. [Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

WABWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. [Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq.) J.P.] M'Intofsh v. M'Dermoit.-Mr. Fuller fur plafntifT; Mr.' Oxenham for defendant. Tkla was an adjourned case from lut eittir^n, in which plaintiff sued for the recovery of £9 16s., balance of account for goods Bold and delivered. Mr. M'lntosh did not appear, and Mr. Puller now applied for an adjourn, ment. Mr. Oxenham, on behalf of defend ant, objected. The case was ndjonrned till the Snptrmber sittings. O'Toole v. FlaQnigan.-Balance of ac count, £3 1G«., for saddle, bridle, and saddle cloth. Verdict for plaiutiff with costs. Marietta v. Hernmings.-Medical attend ance, £2 15B. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Addenbrooke v. Henry.-Law expenses, £2 2a. Vcrdict for plaintiff with costs. Hudson v. Suilierliog.-Mr. Ozcnham for plaintiff Amount of promissory note, £5. Verdict for plaintiff with costs, Hoffman v. Slavin.-Mr. Addenbrooke for plaintiff; Mr. Oxenham for defendant. Mr. Addcu...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

KOTTICK TO 7K;: PL'ttLlf. We would remind our readers lliat the jircsent number of this Journal is (lie last of the quarter, and those of our eulisi'rilii'ra who liav<? not | j'ii'ui tliclr eubfccrijjti.ins will oblige | by calling on us at once and juivinjr j ilie »aini'. The sum of in the I quarter in itself is not larjjt', yet ; in the .' amounts to an ; important item to us. , Parties wishing to become subscribers ' will please forward their names j and addr^ssi's to the Oitioe, j Albert-street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

Jpucdkramfs. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given tbat DR. F. D. BULLEN, being about to leave Warwick, all persons having any CLAIM against liim are requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned, and if found cor. rect will bu discharged at any early date. And all persons INDEBTED (o the said DR. BULLEN are requested lo PAY the amount of their respective DEBTS to the undersigned forthwith. P. G. FULLER, Solicitor. Warwick, July 29,186r. 629 JAMES CHARLES WHITE, JUN., OECEASED. KOTICE.. All Persons having any CLAIM against the Estate of Jahes CHASMS Wiute, Jdk., late of Warwick, Stock, Station, and Commission Agent, deceased, are requested to send in particulars of their several Claims to the undersigned forthwith. And all persons INDEBTED to the deceased are requested to PAY the amount of their several Dents to the undersigued within one month from the date hereof. B. O. FULLER, Bolicitor. Warwick, July 29,1867. 228 CIO Reward TO any person who will give infor mation which will...

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ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. The Panama steamer Mataura, Captain Bird left Wellington on the 8th Slay. She btings Engtish news from England to the 2nd Juno, from New York to the 11th Jane, and from , California to the loth June, Mid (by cable) lltli June. Excessively cold weather wa» experienced od the passage. LONDON, May 80. The House of Oomnions hare adopted an amendment on a clause of the Befortn Bill, by a division of three hundred and six to one hundred and sevenly-nioe.to the effect that boroughs having a population of less than 8,000 inhabitants shall return only one mem ber. The health of the Prtnoess of Wales i» steadily Improving. The Bank of England returns for the week ending the SOth, show an inoreasn on reserve notes £595,000. and bullion £755,000, and a decrease on bills discounted of £240,000 May 3lst. The Bank of England hss reduced the rate of discount from three to two and a-half per oent. The Livingstone expedition hat sailed from London. The trial of Burnt. for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

THE (fontmtr anir Cimcs IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Kv*rjr THUR«0*V HORVIKG, In time for Uie Outgoing Hails. The smonnt of Subscription is FIVE BHILLINOS per quarter, in *11 case* iu driBMi Single copies, BIXfGNC£. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING ?i~4. Two lines ..... 10 Foot da. .............. S 0 Six do 2 6 Bight d.» a 0 Krf ty additional six tinea or under Ii. Dmw>T Oo 13 eonieoutive insertions SO per cent. SO " ..83 " All Advertisements muit spec!ly on their face the number of lime* they are to be in. .cried; if aent In without this specification, such advertisements will lie inscrteil until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. AH. Advertleeraenta mint be aent in not iator than 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Order* for withdrawal or alteration must be written. Non-anbaorfbera' advertisements meat be paid for pwiwa to insertion. M«: riagaa, Uirthi, and Peatbs, It. per inssrtlo3. AQBtfFS IN BBISBANE Ur. O. D. HiaBiso*. Stationer* News Agent, 8cfao»l oT Am Buildinga. Mr. i. WiLM, Sou...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

(fominer anfo (Limes. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1867. Bv this time the new Parliament will have commenced its sittings. Con sidering the present depressed condition o' -the colony, we are |usti6ed in at taching the greatest importance to this session; for if ever there has been a time in our history when the greatest care and circumspection were required, that time is now. The subjects with which the members will be required to deal are of a momentous character, so far at their influence on our prosperity is concerned; and their action on them will,be fraught *ith important conse quences, either; for good or evil. Among those inatters which demand a settlement at the hands of Parliament, are our financial position, the land question, immigration and the re distribution of seats. Although a great deal of importance attaches to the two latter questions, the greatest interest is manifested by all classes in the settlement of the two former. A ' wise economy and retrenchment in the expenditur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

*OM FLOUR! hr AT 1HE STORES OF THE UEDEUSIOKED, DAVIS. HARRIS, & CO. BEST ADELAIDE FLOUR HAR'l'S BRAND, GUARANTEED £% 4s. per Bag of 2001bs. DAVIS, HARRIS, & GO WARWICK FLOUR, BEST SILK-DRESSED, GUARANTEED, £2 PER BIG of SOOlbs. DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO WARWICK FLOUR, GUARANTEED, » £115s, PER BAG of 200 lbs. DAVIS, HARRIS,'& GO. CLAYTON, SHCrTLEffOltTH, AND Co., Engineer*, Mmiufroluretii of Fur table find Fixed Steam E'i£i"<*, Machinery for Pumping. HcUtinp, Grinding, 6n*tug, nnd Ajrricnltnrnl pnrpuBen, Ac., especially cilnptcd for the colonics. Portable 6 team Engines, for dvivKng cotton ginfi. PortnbU Steam Engines cod Pumps, for irrigation. Portable Steam Engine! tmd Pumps, for Sheep washing. Stamp End Works, Lincolu; and 78, Lorn bard erect, London, WOOLCOTTS riiCl'OIt.U, MlSAM IS the best remedy for Coughs Coldtf/SliortueM of Uiealli, Hoarttenew AeUiiun, Influenca, &c. Tlii" i>ropa>-Ati<>ti, containing1 no dolcte...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 August 1867

BIRTH.   At her residence, Warwick, on the 4th inst.,   Mrs. James J. Kingsford, of a son.    

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