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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

focal Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS, WAEWXCH. The following are the readings" of the barometer and thermometer forj,the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: BaBOMCTER. TliniiMOMETEB ' MAX. MIN. Thjirsdav .. 28.473 (52.0 ... 280 Friday ... 23.685 .... 66.0 .. 30.0 Saturday .. 28 832 .... 68 0 .. S1.0 Monday .. 29 873 .... 640 .. 350 Tuesday .. 29.705 .... 66.0 .. 30.0 Wednesday ., 28.527 .... 70.0 .. 40.0 Rainfall for the week 0085 inches. I The following portion of land has been taken up under the clauses of the Leasing Act since our laBtAllot ment ?5, 51 acres on the Clifton Agri cultural Reserve. - Many inquiries have been made lately respecting the state oF the works of tne Warwick Railway, and many parties affirm it is stopped e.ltogether or soon will be. ThiB belief is totally 1 unfounded, and we are in a position to j state that just previous to the change in the Ministry the works were being pushed forward with vigor, an...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Before the Police Magistrate, F. Margetts, Esq., J.F., E. Marley, Esq., J.P., W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

TCESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Before the Police Magistrate, F. Mar getts, Esq., J.F., E. Marley, Esq., J.P., W. C, Balls, Esq., J.P.j Andrew luckert, sen., and Andrew Rickert, jun., were brought up charged with sheep stealing. Mr. Fuller was for the prosecution; Mr. Oxenham for the prisoners. The evidence was the same as that given in the case of Michael Rickert, (given above), who was committed on Saturday last, to take his trial at the District Court. The two prisoners are father and son. The only fresh evi dence adduced was that of 0. H. Green, Esq., who corroborated the evidence of Sergeant Grayson as to finding the property in the elder pri soner house, and that of constable Lonnergan, who, on being sworn, said: I apprehended the younger prisoner on Saturday night about nine o'clock; he was laid down behind some sheets of bark against the fence; he had also a large piece of bread, and five or six pounds of pork; his blankets were found in the garden, and he was evi dently preparing for ...

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MONDAY, AUGUST 19. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

MONDAY, AtjatisT 19. [Before the Police Magistrate.] Andrew Rickert, father of the pri soner who was committed on Saturday last for sheep stealing, was brought up charged with the same offence. He was remanded until Tuesday. Jag. Feeney was charged with using obscene language on the previous evening opposite the post office. lie pleaded guilty, and was fined £1, or 48 hours in the lock-up.

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

MELBOUBNE. August 16.-Woodvllle and Jarrett bare assigned their estate, August 17.-The inquest on the body of lire, Bellamy bus been adjourned for n week. Tbe medical witness state that she was poisoned by antimony.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

LATEST iELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {From the Brisbane papers.) HOOKHAMPTON. August IT.-The reported discovery of n 301b. nugget at Raglan lias not beeo con firmed. A nugget weighing 77 ozs. 15 ilwta. was brought io from Rosewood this morning, at.d purchased by the Bank of New South Wales. Your correspondent has liaudled it, and seen it weighed. It is Baid that a 15oe. nugeet, and several smaller ones, were also found at Rosewood yesterday. There Bre at present about 1200 person* on the ground, but only about one-third of that number have settlor! dowo to actual work; the rest go about fossicking and nug get-bunting. The majority of tho men have no capital, and little experience on gold fields, and aro therefore the wrong sort to thoroughly work tho ground. SYDNEY. August 16.-Klngsmill, late clerk iu the Bank of New South WaleB,has been remanded on a charge of embezzlement. One of the bodies of the men drowned in the late storm at the Heads has been washed ashore. All the war vessels on the Au...

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POLICE COURT WARWICK. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

POLICE COURT WARWICK. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 fDefore (he Police Magistrate.] William Smith was charged 'with absconding from the service of Mr. J. W. Walker, of Talgai. The prisoner was apprehended on warrrnt from the Leyburn bench, as answering the de scription of one William Smith who had absconded. The Bench remanded him to Leyburn. 6HEEP STEALING. Michael Rickart was brought up in custody, charged with having stolen and carried away four sheep, the pro perty of 0. H. Green, Esq., of Goom burra. Mr. Fuller for the prosecution. Charles Conrad Moeser, being duly sworn, said; I am a shepherd m the service of Mr. Green, of Goomburra; have a flock of hoggets of mixed sexes under my charge; have had the flock since weaning time; have missed sheep lately from the flock; the number of sheep given me at the commencement of the month was 7123, and when it was counted a few days ago there was only 7113 ; only one died that I was aware of; on Tuesday night last as I was taking the sheep to the ...

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

ADELAIDE. Aogust. 10.-Mr. Murray baa boon re turned Tor the electorate of Sturt,

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

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST LO. MINISTEBIAL STATEMENT. Mr. PlUOIl said bon. gentlemen would, I doubtless, have been prepared by the remarks of the bon, Mr. Gore, yesterday, for tbe state ment he (Jfr. Prior) was about to make. Hon. gentlemen were avrare that the late Ministry bad resigned, and that Mr. Sandeman Jbid been Bunt for by his Excellency tbe Governor. He (Mr. Prior) had to inform the*) further that Mr. Sandeman advised his Excellency to send for Mr. Mackensie, and that that gentleman had succeeded in forming a Ministry composed of tbe following gentle men Vice-President of the Executive Coun cil and Colonial Treasnrer, (he Hon. R. K. Mackenzie; Attorney-General, the Hon. B. Pring; Colonial (Secretary and Secretaiy for Works, the Hon A. H. Palmer; Secretary for Lands, the Hon. E. W. Lamb; and himself (Mr. Prior) PoBtmaster-General, and represen tative of the Government in that House. (Hear, bear.) Having made this explanation, he had nothing further to do than mov...

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IPSWICH. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

ipawjgH. I (Fro/hour, »*m torrttpondaih) This has been quite an eventful week ^ with respect to petty larcenies, no less-, th an five different ckses ha vingoocurre4 during the week, and at yet fio 'trace - can be found of either thb; property or. the thieves. On Sunday morning. . before daylight, one of the bedroom^ in Tattersale s Hotel, occupied by.Mr? . Lennor>, the proprietor^ was entered,.. and a silver watch. a pair of goltJear rings, and a small brooch abstracted. On the evening of the same day, tbe premises occuped by Mr. Furley, 6f the Bail way Department, were entered,, and a small bos and a casb-box,.con taining articles of value only to .the owner, were taken by the thieves. The third cate happened tra Monday morning, the Railway Hotel, North, Ipswkh, being the sffineotop^tioM A bedroom occupied by a Mr. $te^ phens, was entered by a windo w,which., was fastened by a loose button, and a. watch, £3 in nofes.ahunch ofkeys, a meerschaum pipe, and ft pftir of" trousers -w...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, At lorn, 6pring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba, on Sundays, Tuesday*, and Thursdays, at 8 p.m. Maryland And the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, At 730 A.m. and on Thursdays, at 3'80 p.m. Talgal Reef, Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondiwiodi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N B. Letters &c, Tor Glenelg, Warroo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Frascra Creek, are for* warded by this mail. MAILS amiivk FROM Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora. Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thar#, days, and Siturdnys, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at I p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Taigai Reef, Leyburn, and Western Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are sent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers t as also letters re-poitcd bearing atampB which have been obliterated or defaced Letters are registered b...

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

TO ADVKRTMEICtt would BaJ that the largely in creased circulation which we have lately obtained is a sufficient proof of the good medium which this Journal aflbjds to advertisers.

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IMPORTS AND PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

IMPORTS AND PRODUCE. We do not know vvlij', but there is a strong propensity amongst us to im port goods ralhor than to cncourage native industry, and that too iu cases where the articles can be purchased at less prices, and of qualities at least equal to those which are produced else where. This peculiarity extends to even the common necessaries of lile. We have frequently heard complaints by those who are engaged in cultivating the ground on the other side of the river, that they were compelled to throw away, or give to animals, an immense quantity of vegetables, because they could not And purchasers in town, although they were willing to sell at a considerably less price than is paid by those who prefer flabby cabbages and fruits from Brisbane, to those they could supply fresh two or three times a-day if necessary. A letter from Mr. Groom in the " Queenslander" points out this evil in a very strong manner, ho says, " that he sees that there are 90 tons of Adelaide oaten hay adver...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1867

NOTICE! TO THE? rilBLIC. Pardee wishing to become subscribers will please forward (heir names and addresses to the Office, Albert-street.

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

WARWICK EMPORIUM. JTJEW GOODS NEW GOODS! ' " ? ooo^ooc000 The Undersigned begB to call special attention to his CONSISTING OP Dress Stuffs, Plaids, Winceys, Merinos, Coburgs. and Woolen Goods Plush Wool Scarfs Ladies Fashionable Belts, quite new, in black and colours Calicos and Sheetings Gent's West of England Doe Suits Melton Cloth Suits Tweed do. Shirts-a large assortment of Crimean, White, and Regatta Scarfs and Ties quite new AISO A FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, OILMEN'S STORES, AND s&a^ir&sas. In addition to the above large Stock is added Keroslne Oil American Chairs. White Lead, Palate, (HI* A Turps uo. Brooms. These parcels have just arrived, and will be found on inspection the most unique assortment ol GOODS ever introduced into Warwick, and are now offered at Prices FOR CASH that cannot fail to satisfy the most economical buyer. 208 R. W. GILL. Important Itotite I! J. HORWITZ & CO., HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Warwick and its vic...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 August 1867

Miscellaneous. Mrs Partington said site did not marry fatr second husband because she loved the mate eex, but just because he was the size of her first protector, and could wear out his old clothe*. A Scottish religious body, called the Original Secession Synod, have resolved to sell their st">ck in tbe Scoottish North-eastern Railway in consequence of trains now ^being ran upon tbal line 011 Sunday* Consequent on tbe recent bribery at elec tions disclosures, Lord Devon lias erased the tiamesof Messrs Fenwick and Schneider, late : M.P/s for Cancastcr from the commission of the pcace for the county, and that of Mr. T. H, Wilson from the list oi bourough magis* bates. Famukq tv CAUrocKU.-From a statement made by the Alta Califonia, It appears to us that It is practically impossible we can ever compete with California in growing corn. It says*-" First, then, our soil and climate enable our tarmera to raise two or three times as much wheat to the acre as can be produced in the Wester...

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Random Readings. ALL IS VANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 August 1867

ganbom geatiugs. ALL IS VANITV. The sun comes up and the sun goei down, And day end night ere the same as oao; The year grows green and the year grows brown. And what is it all, when all if done? Grains of sombre or shining sand, Sliding in and out of the hand, And men go down in ships to the seas. And a hundred ships BIO the same as ones And backward and forward blows the breese And what fig It all, when all Is done? A tide with never a shore in sight, Setting steadily on to the night. The fisher droppeth his not in <h* stream, And a hundred streams are the same at one; And the maiden dreameth her love-tit dream, And what is it all, when all U done? The net of the fisher the burden breaks. And alway the dreaming the dreamer wakes. In the police court at Chicago, (U S.), a wile thus ingeniously explained away serious charges of hirah trstinent of her poor hus band:-"One day when she was running ACIOSS the room with a fork in her hand, he Jumped In the way and struck life ...

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STATISTICS OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 August 1867

STATISTICS OF QUEENSLAND. , : The following it abridged from the Begistr&r-Gcneral'e report lot 1866; Population. Estimated Population of Queensland on the 3!n« December, 3866. Males .. .. ? . *7.2*8 i FoiuiIm 38,881 ToUl 96172 Comparing the above estimate with the estimated population of the culonj j>d the dlst December, 1665, it appear* tlnit the addition made to the population during the year 1866 consists^ *>f 8,991 male*. 4,iO(J females; alto* gether, of 8,S97 persons. Immigration. The number of immigrants from Europe who landed in thin c-'louy during the year 1866 was amalltr tlia« f« the previous year. The fallowing abatrsct gives tho tntal number of arrivals during the pant year at 9.816 per sons:-By the ItWk B*ll *hipg (7). 7,331 peisoni landed, eq<isl to 6 361 aiatute a-tults; by German ship* (*}, 1.301 pursuis equal to 1,091| adults; by *inps chart-red by Emigm lion Commissioner* (4), 1.167 persons, equal to 1,085| Adults: short ship* (2), 4 perso...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 August 1867

Colonial Jtrms. During the hearing of the cue Know lei .nd Another v. Hancock, in the Supreme Court, yesterday, a rather unfile»n»nt end cxcftiag scene occurred, which we ahoul.l a it caret a report oulythtt atatemeots are current representing the affair at much Worse than tt really wti. The facta are Msfly these;-A witueis named Kurd, one of tbe plaintiffs In the cult, was cnder ex amination by Mr. Lilley, Who tendered In evidence a paper, purporting to be a deed tinder seel between plaintffia end defendaut, 4U)d which bad lust prerioualy, during tbe examination of Knowles, been tendered lu evidence and rejected by the Court for . tes^pq* stated, liia Honor enquired what U#4>auat was, and if it wai the deed rejected. fir. Mi}»f nplied that it iru, His Honor ..id i-" That'a a contempt of Court. Sheriff take that man {Mr. Lilley) into custody." . DbyliUley said, " I don't understand it." Ola Honor: "You'll understand it to. morrow,. when you are capable of under ..taedlng." Mr, Li...

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THIS DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WOULD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 August 1867

THIS DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S VOYAGE RODiND THE WOULD. Her Majesty's thip Galatea left Gibraltar for Marteni <ni Iho aftor»<i<in of t^»o Utli of J'»m\ null (lie Duke of Edinburgh Las now hit] v! Jung farexvoll to Europe. The departme Jlis Hoyal Highness was attended with all ill' jiuiitp and circumstance befitting fheocua #ion and »h« important or ran J upon which the Galatea is bound-to circumnavigate the world and carry a royal duke in the footsteps of Cook aud An*on-a royul duke and IiIb fortunes; f for the Princu may now be said to bare cut | the ropes which held him to ike ahot'e, and to i he fairly pmhgrked in hi* own «hip to di*. chflrge a difficult and responsible duty. The IUy of Gihialtar has seldom been bo well filled since the days of the siege, not even lately when tumble seemed Imminent with Spain. The- Galatea steameJ slowly tin<l*r the fclurn of the Arethusa, and on pasting the flagship the aig-tm) wa» made for "royal salute and...

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FREE SELECTION. (From the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 August 1867

FREE SELECTION. (From the Oueentland Timet.} We tire nut q Jto sure that the pu!»fic gene rail* fully undo stand the real weaning of ihe notification from the Minintorof Lands which appeared in our Inst i«<we, (t means, then, that any perxaii who chouses may ride from Ipswich in a aouth-wealerly dilution to the Main Uauc© new Cunningham'* Gap. aud from any 6? the laud on his left as far as Mount Flinders, or oti liis right to HeHdon, including the whole of Ij&idicy plains mid Frauktyu Vale and other stations, may select for him* M!lf, from any of the Unsui veyoi land that pleaae* bim.jmy quantity from 80 to 320 actci, aud that, on payiug 6d. per acre every year lor eight years* and cultivating one-sixth in the firnt twelve months, such land bccomes his fur ever, it also meaus (hat. if be prefer# the north mJc of the railway to the noutb, he may turn his horxe'ts head towards Fairuey Lawn, Tatumjm, or Gatton, nnd hclect ou the name tettns niiy laud that he pauses o...

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