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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,1867. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,1867. " 'LATEST * TETFIGRAPHFO NEWS. [SBOM OCR OW OOBHK8PQNDEKT,] SCAIGMATION «F THE MKAFLHTRV T " Examiner and Timet" Office, ' 'Wednesday Night, 7*30 p.m. Debate aii the Address was re sumed lo-day, and, after a division had taken place, the Ministry iad only a majority of 1 (one). The Ministry tendered their resigna tion, which wan accepted. Gordon Sandeman was at once sent for to form a new Cabinet, and it is expected he will have accomplished it by three o'clock to-morrow (Thurs day).

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

THIS DAY; (Thursday.) CM RESERVED SIMS OF GROGi RIES, &C. H. G. RANSOME HAS been instructed by Mr. J. Win-1 atone, lo sell by public auction, On THUltSDAY. (TO DAY), the Ifith Inst., At hi« Sale Rooms, Palmerin-stroet, opposite | tlie Joint Stock Bank, tlie followitig GROCERIES. All in tlio bust condition: POllis. Coffee Figs Salmon 6 Boxes Caudles liiscuita Sauces Hice Vinegar Cigars Bloaters Clothe&LinosOnpcrs Fruitn Oils Lime Juice | Tobacco ic, &c. To be sold in Lois to nuit pui chasers. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, 219 Terms Cash.-No Beserve. CRICKET. TIIOSE CRICKETERS selected to form j the TEAM in the forthcoming Hatch against Lejrhurn, are requested to meet on tlie Square, on Friday (to-morrow) afternoon, at | three o'clock, for tlie purpose or practice, FHED. MOBGAN, Captain, August 14th, 186". 858 In the Preis and shortly totll he lulliihei, \ Royal Bvo, Cloth / trice IBs. THE OFFICIAL POST OFFICE MUECTORY OP QUEENSLAND, Containing the Names, Res...

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Impoundings [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

I _ |inpoiinbings At Warwick, frnra North Toollunn, on August 10th, by order of T. Ooutts, E6q.; driving expenses, 8s. per headBlack horse, like a brand near «b«ulder, star and suip, ban? tail. Dark bay GJlr, like HB or MR conjoined near sboalder, long star, near bind foot white. If not released on or before 3rd September, i will be sold to defray expense#, H. MITCHELL, Poundkeeper. A t Ley burn, from Fclton, by order of Messrs. Satideraan and Whitohurcli; driving expenses 2B. lOd. per bead: wrongly dopcribea in former advertisementChestnut filly. P over PP near shoulder, P off shoulder, P near Uilgh, blare. Bay mare, like JP coojoined over GB near shoulder, like KB or Hfi near ramp, No. 9 over M or II off shoulder, sir all star, saddle marked, two shoes on. If not released on or before the 20th August, will bo sold to defray expeneei. -0. THOHAE, Poundkeeper,

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. London, July C. Her Mnjesty lias held a levee at Court, r&d appeared at a ball given at the Palace. The health of Her Royal Highness the Prist ce«s «f Wales is improving. Great preparations are making for the rccep* tion of tue Viceroy of Kgrpt, and also for the recaption of the lielgiab Volunteers. The revenue for the last quarter in estimated at seventeen and three-quarter millions. A Papal allocution has been iasned, sum moning a convocation at Home of four hundred Bishop*. The Italian Government has presented to the Paiiinment a Dew scheme for taxing Church property. The Commission of Enquiry into the Inte famine in India has censured the ludian Govern menu A motion on the Reform Bill in favor of cumulative voting has been rejected by a small majority. The damage done to the Atlantic cable by an iceberg off the coast of Newf -midland has been repaired. Jeff Davi* is expected in England. Lord Ly<>nn succeeds Earl Cowley aa atnbfl*sndnr to Fi...

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FLINDERS COUNTRY (From the Cleveland Bay Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

FLINDERS COUNTRY (From the Cleveland Bay Express.) The following very interesting re* port, as to the etate of the Flinders and the adjacent country has been furniehed to us by a gentleman who has just re turned to our port from a tour of in spection. Our informant came from the Burnett district to our district with the view of taking up country, and, we are informed, is itighly pleased with what he saw and heard. The country on the Flinders and its tributaries looks well, grass and water are abundant, and the sheep doing re markably well. They are not only in fine thriving condition, but they are almost all, even the breeding sheep, fit for the butcher. The cattle are also what is termed rolling fat, and some squatters say only fit to be boiled down; and, as for horses, they are certainly, on a country that suits them well. It is a common saying on the Flinders I that if you turn a poor horse out on the grass, in a fortnight he will be fit | for his work again, and that horses fed ...

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RAPID PROGRESS OF AUSTRALIAN SETTLEMENT. (From the Doily Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

RAPID PROGRESS OF AUS TRALIAN SETTLEMENT. (From the Doily Ttlegraph.) We are afraid that one reason why Australian news is not considered in teresting in England is the decided ignorance of the people concerning the geography of the island-continent. If one could got men to perccive that a great State is now in progress of growth; that history is transacting itself out there in the most primitive bat interesting from ; that the method, Cor instance, by which America be came a power in the world is being reproduced, though with salient and suggestive differences, in Australia; awl that the individual episodes ol of the story are precisely the most romantic and the most pathetic incidents of modern times-the arrival of each Australian mail would be anticipated with interest by others than merchants in the wool and gold trades. For it goes on, the great march of settlement and civilisation, at the " pas de charge." Yesterday there was a white skeleton od the banks of the creek; to-day ...

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MURDER OF MR. A. BENNETT WHITE. (From the D. D. Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

i MURDER OF MR. A. BENNETT I WHITE. (From the D. D. OattlU.) Again we have tfie end duty of iecoi$Uifk domestic affliction suffered by « ur respebted Police Magistrate, Mr. J. 0 White. Qplyithe other day he find to mourn the Inns of hiionin early manhood, who promised to be ^tortde and comfort to Mr. White's dec'imng^&kte. Yesterday ho received news of the deewSMtte brother, who was murdered under .ipn&tn stances of great atrocity'bj. tfce^eavinfi to New Zealand. Mr, Abraham }h&nett"$£h(t£ was the only survivor of thn »A*Bwj|iprl> years ago, when Mr. Folloou and the|H:of the Kale were (tillud hy the HauhaijH&Ho was then saved hy hi* snn, who intejvSladl with the sava?tifi for his father *s lifo.; bfitVa* I'eacrveil from death only again to fi^lljltti the hands of the blood-thirsty wretchcji fpffibe* como their viclini. The following particular* of this mfelfcrifcltoljf event and t»f the murdei of thr^eojlier Euro peans are taken from toe Southern C...

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IPSWICH. (From our own correspondent.) Ipswich, 3rd August. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

IPSWICH. {From our own torrttpondtnl.) Ipswich, 3rd Aug^t. The information in my laat letter, with reopeel to the petition to he presented «k£nio»t the election for West Moreton, was correct. It wn* lodged with the Governor Inut week, and wa* duly puWiahed in the Government Gaeette-ihe necessary £100 being nlso depotdled in the Dank of New South Wales, Brisbane. The members re turned At the lair election Mere the Hon. .T I*. Hell, P. O'Snllii'nn, and G. Thorn, Jnn. If the pvt it inner* make good their ohnr;j»»8, of course the nbove gentlemen will lose their seats, nftri the election will buve to he con tested over a<'ain. Six reasons or ground* that the election should he declared null and void are enumerated, and the churge is made that .. many acta of bribery and corruption were committed/' and tbst" the freedom of t-lerlion hud been perverted into licentious ness, siirt the will of the rfeetnra anii|lhi. lawn of llie colony abnegated." I tiling it:: very likely tltat t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

ARRIVAL OF TUB ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO JULY 13. The Geolcng, which enjoyed a fine passage from Guile, left the S011.V on the 4th, for Mel. bourne, after transferring the Adelaide mails to the Bangatira. The latest news Ironght by the Geelong (s to July 18.

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SPECIAL PEITYISESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. [Before the Police Magistrate, and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

SPECIAL PJErnttSESSIONS. \ ?;:* . , Tn£sDAr,.'AwOT0x IS. [Before the Police Magistrate, apd ."» Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.'I . . J. J. KlDRBford 'applied fur a .pUblicBJl'e licence fur, ,tbe " It<tyal Etcbkuga HpfeJ," Warwick. M ! - ? I r if The Bench adjourned-th« application fur « month, remarking that tbejiobjeeted it<k gratitlniiany more |>uhlic«n'n liooncpl ndb-1' out the lanrUoD ul n full b6ne1i>f !tnkgla> tr»tcB. ' I TOMUamta.-*Hesarly & 0ft' Y. Jkfnfr. -Tfala wit a rime <tecliUil ip Mvi of J>Wn tiffsat the lait Petty DsbJoOourt at Allur*, *tid Mr. Addenbrooke now Applied Job behalf of defendant to etajr the prowediqga, a* 4h« gnodg levied on by the bailiff iv«i.n<>i;lh» property of the defendant^ bot *>f fmedkHhlii' bald Mutr, who resided 20 miles from'Allow - Mr. Falter, for phintiSl ilM'-M Mrt). joaromeDl, which after fating oppbsedViby Mr. Addinbrotikc, Was eventually deroided upon by the Beach; The cue w...

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WARWICK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

WARWICK HOSPITAL. , A meeting of the committee of the War wick Hospital was held on yesterday after noon. Present-J, M'Keachie, Esq .(in the chair,) Megan. Browo, Affleck, W. Ttionip eon, Bugden, Bull*. Dr. Koch, Dr. Margetts, the Treasurer, aud tlie Secretary. The icioutei of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Treasurer moved and Dr. Marietta seconded tiint Mr. Morgan's account fur meat, £3 7s- 3d, be paid.-Carried. Letters were read (1) from 0. L. Pratten, tendering hie resignation ae member of the committee, which >vaa accepted ; (2) from Dr. Bullen, tendering hi a reuignnalion tie one of tlie medical officers of the inatitution, as he was leaving the town, which was alan accepted. The Treasurer moved, and Mr. Brown seconded, that the Secretary write to Dr. Bullen thankiug him for the aerviceB he had rendered to the institution oa one of the medical officers. The motion waa carried unanimously. Tenders were then opened for fencing tlie front of the hospital, und...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The " D. D. Gazette" has a leader on the late motion, passed at a meeting of the Council held on the 26(h ult., and comments strongly upon the precedent thus set of paying members of com mittee. It says: " Coming down to a lower grade of jm<>lic servauta.. we may he told that ruoiiii ipal representatives in Queensland nt leant never exhibit any inclination In advance their own sellish aims, liut devote tlieir lime am) ener gies to benefit the ratepayers. withnut the ?lightest thought for themselves. However much we might wish to tie stile to admit this to be ft truth with regard to all the Municipal Councils of (lie Darling Downs ' unfortunately one of them ha* plared it out I of uur poivcr to do en. On the 26th tilt., | there was a meeting of the Warwick Council when much complaint was made of the Im provement Committee neglecting to attend to the daties of tlieir office. As tho only means of reclaiming the Committee to a proper sense of the...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. The meal*T of the Assembly proceeded to Government House to present the Hon. tho Speaker. Hit* Excellency received the mem bers present, and graciously conceded In the Queen's name, the privilege* demanded by (he speaker on belialf oF (he Representative Chamber. After their return the House awaited the arrival of IIU Excellency, and ws<e summoned to the Council Chamber In <he usual manner to hear the vice regal speech. On re-assembling, at half-past S «»cluck, a full H<use was preaent. Messrs. J AMtiS TAYLOR aud O. CLARK were introduced, and swum in for tho «Iee> (orates ot Western Downs and Warwick respectively. A number of dekpatches, returns, &c., were laid upon the table by MlnUtvrs. and several notices of (notion aud of questions Were given by hon. member*. Mr. FRANCIS moved the usual formal mo tion for the appointment of a committej to prepare an address In teply, and after the com* tnittee ...

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Colouial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

(tolouial $tcuis. The flood relief fan*!, New &>n*h H'alei now umouulfl Co £10,000, ftiiri £4,000 Iisk Jjet'ii (litftiilititetl, His Excellency I lie Governor, with II<a sd vicu of the Executive Council, lias con firmed (be appointment of James Charles Beal, Esq., as Government Printer. According In the Auditor-General's report, which was laid before Pailiament on Wed nesday, the revenue for the past year, ex. elusive of land-orders, amounted to £490,20!) 15 a. Cd" and the expenditure to £591,130 0s. M,, showing a deficiency of £103,860 4s. Gil. ~ A redistribution of Police Magistrates Is announced in the Gatette as follows-Mr. White to Bowen, Mr. Piutiock to Clerniontt Mr. Griffin to Toowonmba, l)r. Kemballo Gayndaii, and Mr. Bligh to Maryborough. The following notice appeared in Satin" day's Government GazetteAe it is anti cipated that the Southern and Western Jim] »y wi)J l)u opened far traffic to Jon daryan and Canibooya early iu November next, it is ho...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNBBDAT, AUGUST 7. Tbe Council met a few minutes before It, Therewere a large number of vlaitoia present. Tlie galleries set apart for ladies wore fliled, and Sbe: other wM of the House vera crowded. Bit Excellency and Lady Bowen weie reoeired by the President of tlie Council, and herlilrililp occupied a itu to tbe left of this dais. OTdHWH# Black Bui was desired to rt)nmoi tjie 6peaker»nd members of tb« Ijt§l»latfte ?Aj»«iirt)ly,'atifl on their arrival flies Eaceileupy proceeded to deliver OntMJSfliT^U M. SPEECH. Jfot*r*blt Ctntlimrn tf (At Ltgulat'vt Ctnmtit. and Otwttemtn of the ? l*fbfatfve Atnmbty. 1.1 bava muohf ttiaract ion in meeting the Third PatliaHjanlofQaMnelaiid at thu earliest conw^e^^wiad after tlw General Electionj and In now (iiVftlng you'to enter upon the important dnties entrusted to your bauda under our Constitution. t. jit hu Men offlctallyjuinoMieed that Hia Rnral Highness tbe One «if Edinburgh will visit Australia in tb j bourse jof the ...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

SHIPPING. For Queensland : The b&lvU, Young Aus tralia, and Bontbero Empire have a&Hed | during the mouth. !

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THE NORTHERN DIGGINGS. From the Northern Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

THE NORTHERN DIGGINGS. From (he Northern Argut, OUR GOLD EXPOBT.-Although there Is no appreciable augmentation of our miniug popu lation, we find by the returns that some 3441 ounces of geld, (be produce of the Crocodile, Morinish.and fto«ewood mines for the present month, have passed through the Custom*, This shows a marked contrast with the amount hitherto shipped during llie preceding months, which upon an average lias not, when even supplemented by the Peak Downs collection, reached a higher figure than 2000 ounces, leaving * balance in oar favor in this month*s shipment or 1300 ounces. The duty alone. £858 is a handsome contribution to the general revenue, independent of the additions sums collected for miners' rights and business li censes, which atnouut to a similar sum. The slip l»op fashion in which the goId«fields re* venue is gathered, unavoidably so from the inadequate meant* adopted by the Government for * hut purpose, cutails a IOSB upon the State of some three or fair...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, AGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY THDRSDAV, AGUST 8. A number of papers were laid upon (lie table by MinUteis, and several notices of motion were Riven Tlie Rl'lCAICRli laid upon the (able hi* warrant appointing Messrs. Francis, Murphy. Palmer, Htmsay. Royds. Taylor, aud Walsh, as members of the Committee of Elections and Qualifications aud on tlie motion of the COLONIAL 8K0RRTABY, the petitions ngainst the teturns of the members for Bris bane and West Moreton were referred to them. Mr. FITZSIMMONR took the oaths aud his seat as member of Clermont. Amongst oilier replies given to questions Ashed, it wfi« stated by the COLONIAL SECRETARY (1 )-that Mr. Herbert is now acting as the financial agent of Queensland in London, that it was understood he would have a salary <>f £1200, but that be had not yet been paid anything: and (2 I-that Mr. Jordan was not now the Immigration Agent for the colony in Kngland, that the whole cost of the office was now £300 per annum, and tlmt the Governmen...

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Miscellaucous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

IHlisttllattcous. , Lately, desoending in (he morning, the in mates of a house in Kennlngton-ParU road bo ' held their plated title furniture Stained with aquafortis teat, and contemptuously rejected by astute burglars, who disdained encum brance of anything lest valuably thau silver. South Lontton /Yen. The Bishopric of Gibraltar is vacant, or is likely immediately to bo vacant, by the resig nation of the present bishop, Dr. Trower, ONIONS -THEIR EFFICACY.-The onion Is reputed to bo among the tnott healthful of the bullions family, but, owing to ita strong and pungent aroma, in less a favoorite in M refined circles*' than it ought to be. la our changeable climate, wbure colds and coughs in spring and autumn are the rale and exemp tion from thorn the exception, a free use of the onion would prevent much Buffering. A portion of A raw oniou, eaten just before re tiring to rest, will generally give repose to such aa ave suffering with lung* overburdened with oppression and iiritating m...

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Bandom Bradings. THE MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY'S LEG. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

$anbont |lfat)iugs. THE JfAEQUIS OF ANGLESEY'S LEG. Among the curiosities of Waterloo are (he grave of the late Marquis of Angler's leg, and the house in which it vm cut off, whe«e the boot belonging to It is preserved. TLe owner of the house lies interred the leg most decorously in IiIb garden within a coffin, under a weeping willow, and honored it with a iri'>iiuinent. This has inspired eorne hutnoribt to write the following epitaph. Here rests-and let no saucy hnfire Presume to sneer or laugh, To ie&rn that mould'ring in this grave There lies--a British calf. For he who writes these lines is sure. That tlioBe who read tho whole. Will find that laugh was premature, For here too, lies a tot*. And here five little ones repose, Twin horn with other five. Unheeded by their brother toes, Who all are now alive. A leg and foot, to speak more plain, Lie hero of one commanding; Who, though be might hia wits retain, Lost half his understanding. And when the guns, with thnnder bri...

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