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ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAV, AUGUST 7       (Before the Police magistrate . : James Corojsb, Dennis Bartlett, James   Banks, and Thomas Neill,were neverally charged with being drunk and disorderly. They were each fined 10s.,or a default 24 hours imprisonment.     JaS. Wilson was charged with 'drnttlt&bi nose.' It apbbared that the defendant y«s gallopplng ihrongh tbetown fn ^state of crest'excitement, and Was thrown from his borse,.bnt it was evqntualir.proved tie. *m< oat under the loflueneeef 4ru>k. Oms misled, with a caution, Schmidt ». Barlow.-Illegally detaining » horse. Mr. Oxenhara for plaintiff. . John Schmidt, oa beitrg sworn, said "he was « shepherd at Gtonmbum. th March last he exchanged a mare and foal for a <3ark brown horea nitl) defendant; defendants horse' waa iiubmlieD, and defehdaot agreed^ to have it bruken ih; got a receipt, which ha. prod aced; about...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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GOLD DISCOVERIES NEAR TOWNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1867

GOLD DISCOVERIES NEAR TOWNSVILLE. We, "Courier" give in full accounts from the Northern papers respecting the new diggings at Cape River, 150 miles from Townsville. We had an opportunity of learning latest particulars concerning this newly-found gold field yesterday, from two gentlemen just down from Cleveland Bay. They state that gold is got in all directions and with great ease, but that for want of water it is impossible to wash the dirt raised. Enormous sums are paid for the carriage of the stuff to the near- est place at which water is to be had, but little can be shifted at any price. There are about 250 men on the ground at present, and more are every day going there. Our conviction is that it would at present be impossible to pro- vision any large number of persons there, and we do not anticipate that any one will be induced to start from anywhere this side of Port Denison until a great deal more is known of the place and water and provisions are reported plentiful. The "Por...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Agricultural. HOP GROWING IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

H I HOP GROWING IN QUEENS LAND. A great change has taken place in the public taste since the reign ol Henry VIII., when, according to the honest old Waller Blith, in liia " Eng lish Improver Improved" "the; famous city of London petitioned the Parlia ment of England against two nuisances ; Newcastle coals in regard to their 6tench, &c., and hops tn regard they would spoyl the taste of drink, and en danger the people." And he very aptly moralized on this by saying, " Had the Parliament been no wiser than they, we had been in a measure fined, and in a great measure starved which ig just answerable to the prin ciples of those men who cry down all devices or^mgonious discoveries as pro jects, and thereby stifle and choke im provement." The .' ingenious dis covery" that hops preserved beer from souring, and improved its quality, has given rise to a very extensive and im portant branch of agriculture, and one too that is very lucrative to the farmer. It is for this reason that we ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

Jpucrtrscmeufs. wamtkdI AFIUST-CLASS BREAD AND BXSCDIT BAKER. Constant nurk is offurcd to a steady man. Apply to JAMES NOYES. 255 l!alier, WurwicU. CIIKHET. THOSE CRICKETERS selected to form the TEAM iu the furthcoming Match Against Lcjburn, arc requested (o meet on the Square, on this (Thursday) afternoon, at threa o'clock, for the purpose of practice. The Cricketers arc requested not to mUs this the last opportunity of practising before the match. FRJ5D, MORGAN, Captain, August 21,1667. 232 i$Q0 WORTH OF GENERAL STORE MERCHANDISE. IS1POUTANT NOTICE TO THI TRADE AND PUBLIC. W. H. BROWN HAS received instructions to sell by public auction, at bis AUCTION MART, PALMKRIN-ST., On SATURDAY NEXT, 24th inst., and during the following week, FIVE HUNDBED POUNDS WORTH OF GENERAL STORE MERCHANDISE, COMPRISING A large, new, and woll-as-iorted stock of Drapery, suitable for the present and coming seasons Fancy Drapery Goods-assorted Blankets and Slops-a large quantity Boots-Womeu'a and Children'...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

gmponntings At Allora from GIong&Han, on the 13th August, 1867, by order of John Deuchar, Esq driving expenses, 2b. per Lead Hoan steer like J C off t ump, fllit off ear. J-0 off ribs Crtndlti steer, back bit out of off ear, 110 brand visible. Yellow and whit® cow, WO off shoul der. Red and white Bteer illegible bvaud off shoulder, buck bit out "f off enr. Yellow and white btill calf, undrnnded, White cow, fikc T with stroke across the middle near rump noteb wear ea*. Rod and white heifer, elit off ear, Sndescridable brand off shoulder. Yellow and white cow, CK revered near rump. Yel low and white heifer calf, unbonded. Yellow and white poley cow, like WM near ribs, \V near thouldor, crop near ear. Blncli and white heifer, crop near car, uo brand visible, lied bullock, like WM over C off ehnuldcr. 0 near shoulder, illegible brand near rump, ribs, nnd shoulder, slit both ears, down horn. Red steer illegible Inniid over 2 off shoulder. Iled mid white steer, WC off shoulder, pi...

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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. CAPTAIN COOK (Concluded). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. CAPTAIN COOK (Concluded). It would be impossible within such narrow limits as the columns of a weekly newspaper to enter fully into the details of the expedition. I shall therefore content myself with giving a few extracts from the interesting parti of Cook's journal. The following is his account o( his first attempt to land and have an interview with the natives: "We continued at the distance of four or five miles from the shore till the afternoon, when we came within two miles, and I then hoisted out the pinnace and yawl to attempt a landing; but the pinnace proved so leaky that I was obliged to hoist her in again. At this time we saw several of the natives walking briskly along the shore, four of whom carried a small canoe on their shoulders. We flattered ourselves (hat they were going to put her into the water and come off to the ship; but finding ourselves disappointed, I deter mined to go on shore in the yawl with as many as it would carry...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAR. After the review was over, the royal person Ages dismounted from their horses tod re eutered their carriages, which had been kept iu waiting. The Emperor N&poleoD, the C«ar and his two sons got into one, the King of Prussia and the Empreaainto another. Es corted by Ucut Gardes they proceeded towards Paris, but at a slow pace, the throng of equip* ages rendering anything like rapid movement impracticable. Of the terrible incident (bat followed it is not easy to give the exact parti* cutars, for every individual who witnessed it gives a different account from his fellow. On reaching the cascade, not tar from Baron Rothschild's house, a shot was fired, according to one account, from a tree, which. like all the others in the neigh hoi hood, wa* Oiled frith oc~ cupauts; according to most other statements from auiid the crowd standing to view the cort&ge. a young man was eeon to raise his hand, point a pistol, and Are, first one shut an...

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FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

FREE SELECTION. We would draw especial attention to the following important communication respecting the taking up of land, which has been sent to 0. F. Cumming, Esq., Land Agent in this town, who has kindly handed it to us for publication. [CIRCULAR.] Surveyor-General's Office, Brisbane, 17th August, 1867. SIB,-I hare (lie honor to inform you that it has been decided that the Letting Act of 186G, is applicable to the selection of un eurveyed lands in Agricultural Reserves, and to request that you will afford every facility to intending selectors. Under the instructions to Land Agents hitherto in operation, selections of unsur veyed lands were restricted to purchasers only, and the operation of the Leasing Act was confined to lands which had been sur veyed and proclaimed for sale. The instructions now furnished you will enable persons to select land in Agricultural Reserves previous to survey, by paying the annual rent of 2s. Gd. per acne, in the same manner as if the land had keen ...

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THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. SERIOUS RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. 8EBI0VS KlO'fS. Tiier® was & mysterious landing on the coast near Dungarvan, on Juno 1, of a number of supposed Fenians, who, however, presented but little of a belligerent character. Altogether sixty-*!* landed, and they had only one re volver among them. The vessel which brought them to the coast was a long, low, rakish craft, of great speed, showing no colore, but of American build. She was crowded | with men. After bovering about the coast I for tome time she was joiued by a booker, into which most of her passengers were seen to get and on neaiiug Cunnegav Point they jumped overboatd, cud waded through the .water, which was more than three feet deep. On reaching terra 6rnia they dispersed. The owner of the hooker, a fisherman of Hungar ian, tietned Patrick Wbelan, states that, pass ing near the brigantinc, he was signalled to come alongside, when a person, evidently In Authority, ofTci-cd him £3 to bring off men. Whetan agreed, and. bringing bis ve...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TCESDAY, AOOCSR 13. The debato on tlie address was res'imed. On the question being put, " (list the words &0.," the House divided with the following result: - Aye«, 16.-Messrs Douglns, Stephens Taylor, G. Thorn, Groom, I'ugh, Francis, Lilley, Clark, Garrick, O'aullivan, Murphy, O'Dolierty, Challinor, Hell, aud Macalister. Noes, 14-.-Messrs. Palmer. Archer, Lamb, Mylno. Fitzliimnnns. H, Thorn, Maokenzie, Royde, Miles, fYitcIiard, Barnsey. Sandeman Walsh, and Prltig. Mr. Royds. after reviewing and commenting upon the different pst-agraphi of the Speech, more J tlia fallowing amendmcut:-" We there fore' reccammend that the expenditure apper taining to the office of Minister for Works be disconliuucd." The amendment was put, and the House divided as before. The address was then adopted. Mr. Macnlfnter Informed the House that he would, next day, offer a personal and Minis terial explanation, and tlie House adjourned at half-pant 1.

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EMPLOYMENT IN QUEENSLAND. From the Northern Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

EMPLOYMENT IN QUEENS LAND. From the Northern Argui. It I# a most undoubted fact that the yuttnf lander is perfectly correct, when U states that " fur some years past Almost every one arri ving on oar #bores» hat landed with the ex pectation of obtaining employment of one de scription or another, and those who have come with other views have s .on been induced to change their plans-in consequence of the comparative ease with which work could be procured." We think we catch tho moaning of the above passage, although we are not quite clear upon it. Very few people who ar rive here come with the anticipation of Bitting all day long upou loga and oaling fat bacon, or whistling care to the wind, while the Quteslanfl ravens briug them their daily food. If we are right-in our surmise, our contem porary means that most of those who come are desirous of being servants and not masters If so, we cannot quite unite with him in mourning over what he considers a sad. want of manlyIndependence, for...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY. ADQD6I 14. Tlie House ini't at balf-past 2 o'clock, and adjourned to Oovernnient House for tlio pre sentation of the Address in reply to the Vice regal Speech. The 8PUAK.ER resumed the chair at half past 3 o'clock, sud after reporting that tbe Address bad keen presented oi stated, The COLONIAL SECR1CTABV rose to make a ministerial statement. He announced that in consequence of the nature of the divi sion arrived at on the previous evening, end the evident improbability of the Government being able to proceed with the public business with the House as now constituted, the Minis try had tendered their resignattans to the Governor. He nonid therefore move the ad journment of tbe House until the following day. The llouBe adjourned accordingly.

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THE NORTHERN GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

THENORTHEEN GOLD-FIELDS. From (he Rockhanpton Bulletin we take thefolltiwing eatraoM, giving the luesl intsl ligenee from the Northern Gold-Fieldi A. if gold weighing HO ounces ni were fifty ounoes of nuggets, one waWthtg . twenty 4wo -ounces one fourteen, one eleven, .?id one plot ounces. The nugsets were ell . sot within the ipaoe of two days. The wstcr has guneBewnjconiiderably. A differ at the Bijlgelands is doing so well at 111* eliimlbst lis tan Sod ao time to look after Ml Uillnlfa, and hai turned them over to Ms;»Ue BbeM* utilised a black pin tawork ? theca fi!T, who b sstlsHed with rations at tbe price of lier Ubor. Tbo "gnde wife's" tailings are worth louking after, .. she got oat of her . Maok tiWaotorthe.tniDof 16a. Sd. in one dav ? Mat WMk.'iThls beats literally "Ulllashlng ID (own on Sktnrday, from ' tbs&aglsS diggings. states that two men, for three week*' work, turned out golJ to (be vatus of £114, which aum was paid to them tlisre by a storekeeper. The digge...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE TncitSDAY, AUGUST 15. The SPEAKER took the chair at twenty &TC miuutes past 3 o'clock.

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

(Holouial gltrns. RichJGoibfieid.-Tb« following telegram from Emu Creek "has been published La the B. M. HeraldOne hundred aud fifty tons* of unpicked quariz, crushed ftom tbe pros peating.claim of O'BriruV Reef,'h»Te given tbe splendid yield of 178 ounce's. In this claim tbe reef is liz feet tbick and Ibe owner* hm about two ttboaMnd tone of quartx raised ready for ermliinp. Golden holts are bottomed dsily at tbe Seven-mile Bash, «nd*two more resfs have beeu found within k short distance of it. Tbe per manency of tbts rusb is firmly established. Avmiut AT TAB iMTfeBN&TIOKAIi ErHIBf tiok.-Advieas'from Paris state that at tbe Great Exhibition, New gonth Wales exhi bitors obtained one gold, two silver, and fixteep bronze medals, and sixteen certifi cates of honorable mention- Sooth Austra lia exhibitors carried off one gold, one silver, and twelve bronte medals, and five certifi cates of honorable mention. Tbe following are the Queensland prises at the Paris Ex hibition One go...

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THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

TUB NEW MINISTfiV. Mr. wal.su said-Sir. in rising to »aarei». tlie House, I am not occupying the poiitloa deputed to me tbla morning; -tHlt ia the * sence of tlie gentleman called npon by H Excellencj' to consult with him in the presen crisis, I believe I shall be only doing that which I shall be hereafter justified fordoing, in staling that I am in a position to say that certain late members or this House bare ac cepted seats in the new Ministry, thatAbtf iiavo been approved ot by Wl« Excellency i_ and that I may mention that -I -believe Mr. Mackenzie has formed, a Ministry. He, has selected as his colleague^,. Mr. Palmer, who will act as Colonial'Secretary and Secretary Tor Works; Mr. Pring, who will act ai At torney-General ; and Mr. Latnb, who will 'act as Minister for Lauds, and as I believe the. Government GautU has been published an nouncing that they have received their offices*. I now beg to move that- their respective seat* be vacated. In the first instance I big'to move t...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Before Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Before Win. Thompson, Esq., J.Pil John Downey was charged with drunkenness. He pleaded guilty, and was fined IOs., or 24 hours imprison ment.

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

femmer mtir Cimea. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1867. ALTHOUGH the dissolution of the late Ministry was fully anticipated by many parties, we confess that we think it has occurred at a most unfortunate junc ture, when the colony can ill afford the delay in legislative action which it will iavolve. By the 17th of September next-the date to which Parliament stands adjourned-the season will be so far advanced that honorable mem bers will not likely be able to afford the time necessary for the due con sideration of the important matters which will be brought before them. However, we may derive consolation from the fcfitthat, even though sub jected v.o some inconvenience, we are likely lo be substantial gainers by the change- The country is thoroughly sickened of a Ministry which was ani mated far moreby legal trickiness than by statesmanlike ability; which could, like the chameleon, change its color with every hue reflected on it; and which could neither inspire its friends with confidence, nor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

THE fominer anir Chiits IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every WtBSBAV HOBNIKC, htfM for tbe ORtf«lB( Malta. The (mount of Subscription i* FITS SHILLINGS per quarter, In *11 casts ID .IfiMe. Blogh copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF OHABOES FOB ADVER TISING t. i. Two lines .............. 1 0 Four do. I 4 Six do 1 6 Bight da . 0 Erstjr additional six line* or coder U. DISCOCM OB U consecutive inssrtions SO Mr csnt. » ..S3 All Advertisement! must specify on their face the numwr of timei their an to be in serted,-if lent In without this specification, such advertisements will he inaerted until I countermanded, and charged for accordingly. AH Advertisements out be eeut in not iatertban 8 p,m. on Thursdays. Orden for withdrawal or alteration msit be written.' Non-subscribers' advertisement* nut be pais for previous to insertion. Marrlsgei, Sirtha, And Death*, ti. per Insertion. AGRNT8IN BBI8BANE Mr. O. D. nuun>,8tatUgat News Agent, School ofArtsBnlldiags. Mr. i. Wildi, South Brisbane. Department of Pub...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the council was held on Thursday last. There was a very good attendance, viz., The Mayor, Aids. Brown, Ross, Affleck, Bugden, F. Morgan, Craig, Crombie, and Evrndcn. After the minutes of the previous meeting bad been read, The MAYOR moved that the minutes ol the spccial meeting which was held on the Cth inst. be expunged from the minute book, as the proceedings were illegal. He strongly objected to those proceedings, and referred to the bye laws, which distinctly stated that any tender having been once accepted can not, for the term of one year, be again entertained by the council. He con tended that the action of the special meeting was calculated to rescind a motion pact by a full meeting of the council. He should propose that the minutes of that meeting be expunged from the minute book. Aid. AFFLECK seconded the motion.: A long conversation ensued on the subject of the contract in Palmerin j street, after which ! Alde...

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