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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. FROM BASS IN 1796 TO STURT IN 1828. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. FROM BASS IK 1796 TO STURTIN 1828. In previous papers I have traced the history of Australian discovery down to the visit of Captain Cook m 1770. I have now to give some account of the researches of later explorers, both on the coast and in the interior. After the settlement of New South Wales, in 1786, the newly formed town of Sydney became the starting point of subsequent expeditions Captain Phillip, die first Governor, being of a vwy enterprising turn of mind, ren dered some assistance in exploring the country lying around the new settle ment. In 1769, he, in company with Captain Collins (the Judge Advocate) and several others, discovered the Eiver Hawkesbury, one of the most important streams mNewSjjplbWales. ^ This river was navigated ftr upwards of a hundred miles, and was found (to water a fertile and beautiful district. Up to this time nothing was known of the interior. The Bine 'Mountains formed a barrier which entirely shut out the set...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL ! COUNCIL. j THE usual fortnightly meeting of the j couuci! was held on Thursday last, when there were present-The Mayor, Aids. Brown, Crombie, Morgan, Affleck,; Bugden, Ross, and Evenoen. The minutes of the previous meeting i were read and confirmed. j The following correspondence was, read: (1) Letter from Mr. T. 0. Daven-j port, calling attention to the want of two posts at the corner of Fitzroy and | Wantley streets. j Aid. ROBS moved that the letter be referred to the Improvement Cora- j mittee. (2) Letter from the Department of Works, in answer to the application of this Council respecting eight iron pil lars for the Square, and stating that the Government had no objection to supply them if they could be spared, but the matter had been referred to the Engineer of Works, who would com municate with the Corporation on the subject. Aid. BROWN said before proceeding any further with the correspondence be begged to call their attention to the fact that a short tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

Hlmcrtistiitcnfs. SALE! OF DRtPRBV, Ac. W. H. BROWN WILL sell by Auction, on FRIDAY NEXT, uih itiBtuDt, ai his Mart, Pal merin-slreet, * choice atftuitinent of Drapery Ir.niuionfferjr Ladta** Boot* Cilmeo'e Stores English Bacon Billiard Board Verandah and other Chain Clocks Cots, Ac, &c. Terms-Cash. No Beserro. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. ! TENDERS A EE INVITED (or CARTAGE to ST. MARK'S Ni-w Church. Stone fmm the Piling Quarry at fer parch. Sand at per Load, and Watar at per Cask. Tenders to be sent to J. M'CULLOCH, contractor, on or before bATUDAY. 14th instant. 204 YOUNGJUGLAN. TO STAND TIIIS SEASON, At Canning Down*, THR Imported Suffolk Punch '' YOUNG ItAGLAN." A limited number of Mares will be received, subject to approval, on and after tiie 1st Octo bur. TERMS. £3 8*. Enoli, and 5a. Gioomtgo. Every care will be taken, but no responsi bility incurred. After the 1st January, ZP68, all mares not taken away will be charged Ss. 6d. per head weekly. F. J. 0. WILDASH, 265 Can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

THE feittiiter mtbr Cirncs IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Kverr TIlJIUMir MORNING, In time tor the Outgoing Ihlb. Tb« amount of Subscription it FITS SHILLINGS par quarter, inellcasesin liruot, Single copiei, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER. TI61NG ?. Two line*., 1 0 Four do. 2 0 Sis do t 6 Eight do. S 0 Ereiy additional aix Unci or under la. Disoowt OD IS consecutive Insertions to per cent. £6 ., .. S3 All Advertisements must specif^ on their face the number of times they we to be In serted; if «ent In without this specification, aaoh advertisements will be Inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advsrtisements most be lent in not later than S p.m. on Thursdays. Older* {or withdrawal or alteration unit be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements mnit be adl for previous to Insertion. Marriage*, Births, and Deaths, Is. per lusertloa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE Mr. ft. D. Ha*bw». Stationer b News Agent, Bcbool of Arts Buildings. Mr. S. WILDS, Sooth Brisbane. . Department ...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

focal Jnttlliptf. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. The following are tbe readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily : Babdmetek. Tiibbhougteb. MAX HID. Thuradav .. 28480 720 ... 420 Friday ... 23'7I5 .... 70 0 .. 420 Saturday .. 28-710 .... 67 0 .. 32 0 Monday .. 2S850 .... 770 .. 160 Tuesday .. 2S720 .... 64'0 .. 400 Wednesday .. 28707 .... 640 .. 4C0 Kaiufall for ilia week nil. The Rev. ,Mr. Botting, who is to officiate during the temporary absence of the Yen. Archdeacon Glennie, and also to assist the Rev. J. J. Danvers, commenced his duties on Sunday last at St. Mark's Church. There was a large 'congregation at tbe morning ser vice, when the rev. gentleman read the ' prayers, and the Bev. J. J. Danvers 5reached. In the evening the Rev. . Botting preached, taking his text from Revelations iv.: 27. His clear, full voice, distinct enunciation, and impressive manner, produced a very favorable...

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A STREET RAILWAY IN NEW YORK. (From the New York World.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

A STREET RAILWAY IN NEW YORK. (From, the New York World.) Broadway is the principal street in New York, and is nearly ten miles in length. The increasing traffic in this street is daily becoming larger, and the New Yorkers are about tocommence a railroad in the street, the following description of which is given : The structure, when erected, is to be placed over the curb-stone on each side of the street. It is to be supported by corrugatcd wrought iron columns about fifteen inches in diameter, rolled iu four sections, and bolted firmly to gether ; the top of which will be spread open in such a manner as to support the track, and a grooved conductor, in which will run flie propelling wire, is to be more particularly described here after. The columns are to be fourteen feet in the clear, from the surface of the sidewalk to the bottom of the rail, land are to be firmly anchored in a permanent base beneath the sidewalk, placcd upon four beveled rings or false bottoms, which may be adju...

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FLINDERS COUNTRY. (From the Cleveland Bay Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

FLINDERS COUNTRY. (From the Oleveland Bay Express.) Fish ot variouB kinds are abundant and of excellent quality, but few appear to care to try to catch them conse quently a fob on the table is a rare thing. The same thing with shooting. Except it be an old crow molesting a lamb, the squatters are too eager about station matters cither to fish or shoot. There is one luxury, and it certainly is a luxury at times, one can enjoy without fear of being annoyed by any thing, and that is bathing. The fine water-holes here Am lain nothing that isliostileto tnan, except near the Gulf, and there hp inust look out for alliga tors ; but done are to be found a short distance inland, so a person, after his day% work is over, may enjoy the pleasure of a swim without the fear of nis leg being carried away by an allt fttor. There is one jolly fellow on the Ibert, near Burke Town, that may be said to be almost an inhabitant of the town; he is of enormous size, and fears neither man nor beast; if a bul...

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MASSEY AND COEYDON, THE FENIAN INFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

MASSEY AND COEYDON, THE .fENIAtf INFORMERS. General Godfrey Massey was the appointed head of ihe insurrection for the south of Ireland. ! Ite was scarcely On thet&ble when a ^question arose as to his real name. During Bome'jnr-. s lions of hi8 «ateer he had oeen giving 1 It «s Patrick Condon, and during other cordons as. Godfrey Massey. Before lils examination was done the fact eamfe out; that his father's name was Massey; but that his mooter was not entitled to call herself by that name. For bis own part, in his childhood he t«os known by his mother's, name, Condon; subBequentlyho was called Godfrey Massey, and in later times he Oscillated between both. The Massey family, from which he is descended on the faAher's side, are well known people flf the class of landed gentry in tbe county of ©pperary. This precious youth entered the fand transport ser vice of the British army during the OjEUnftA war. In the year 1656 he went to America. At flie breaking' out of the civil war h...

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EXPORTING GREASY WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

SjXPORTITSG GREASY WOOL. The catalogues of the London wool sales published in atiothcr column, abundantly confirm the advice which we have previously given with reference lo. the loss sustained by shipping wool in the grease. The average price of uawaBhed or greasy Queensland wool in the May sales was little over 7d. per found. Some clips realised only (3d. per pound, a price which cannot bo re munerative. We are quite aware of the difficulties attending the washing of fheep in a new country, that is on stations which have not been formed long enough to allow of tin requisite {tpplianoes being provided. It is, how ever, a mistaken notion to suppose that because wool cannot be got up in really prime condition, it is better not to wash it at all. Experience proves that the highest sum per fleece is obtained in the London market when the wool is washed in the best possible manner, and the lowest price when it is not washed at all. The bulk of the wools shipped are intermediate tetween ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

Jlbwiikmcufs. WANTED, A THOROUGH HOUSE AND t± PARLOR MAID. Must understand Needlework. Apply (tiia day between 11 and 12 o'clock, 274* DAVIS, HARRIS. Si CO. L.tKD VltDEItd. AILABLE LAND OBDERS Purchased. Apply to 272 It. J. MACKENZIE. Av NOTICE. 1 r Mr. WILLIAM SHORTELL does 1. n»t tnUa away the BAT M Allli, branded OO over F. un near alioulder, and W on olT shoulder, left by liim in our paddock Nine months a£o, and pay all expenses thereen within twenty-one days front this date, we slinll cause her to bo sold at noon in War wick, 011 tlic 13tli day of September next, to defray said cxponseg. J. & C. WILSON. Freestone Creek, August 22. 18G7. 259 Warwick Slunli'ijmHiy. TENDERS are invited for the STUMP ING and CLEARING or Oxenbam street, from the junction of Hclune-strcct to the Canning Downs Gate. Tenders to bo sertt to the Town Clerk on or before THURSDAY 12th instant, at 2 p.m. By order, WILLIAM WAItBEN, 270 Town Clerk. WARWICK EMPORIUM. JUST TO: HAND A WMM supply OF THE F...

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REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

REVIEWS. " X.itur? tiH'l Art.*' An intcr.ihtio.inl Maga 7.11)1', ilhifetvati-d with c'ii' inKi lith<i;rrnpht> Ly o.iiiMfUt Li>u<l"l); Diiy ami j This is n iif\v ma'_ritzhio< pubJij-hed by I D.iy ami Son, of Lnnduu. It i-, AS its name i implies, A rciMrtl of discoveries in nahirfl hfeloiy and the fiiiC uits. A p»rtioo of its pages is also ilevolcil to n criiiquo of the newest musical compositions nnd I he d"ing< of ll)/- bni'h'iy of PaintcrF in Water 0 dors. Tl.e .illustrations, which form it* piiucip.il nllMcliu!!, are execute. 1 principally in chromo- am] photo-litho<.'iapl.y, and are, many of thou:, very beautiful. liuch num. bet emit tiiin from futtrtosix hr^c }J)<ij»tra. lions, printed in colors, nnd Lhcbc alone arc worth the price <>f ilumumhcr. Anvmj; the p.-ipers contained in the .Tune number am articles on '* Falconry in lhc Olden Time " A Hcuiitiisccuce of the Pyrenees;" "The Dwells of IV-...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

|ntpounbiitgs At Warwick, from North Toolburia, on the 6th SeptemberDay marc, like JII conjoined noar shoulder; bay entire, like RJ uearfihotil* der, damages £1; grey horse like UJ nenr shoulder, like M\V or MM off shoulder, hobhlc fttrap on; b«y mare like K »earslx>uMcr,stftr; Mack mnro like 6(f orcr {) near shoulder; hrown marc, like D\V near shoulder, near bind foot white: roan Ally. RJ near shoulder, star, hobble strap on. If utt released on or before Tuesday, (he 1st October, will he sold. At Warwick, froiu Mountain Camp, Rosen* thai on the Gib September {-Brown filly, FF ovea MA over LL near uhouldeiMope on neck. If not rclcnsed on or before Tuesday, the 1st October, will be Fold. At Warwick, from Top lint, llosontb&l.oh the 7th September: Chesnut mare, ffl ovei T conjoined near shoulder: Bay mate OLover 15C near Fhouldcr, F off shoulder; grey coit HA over LL near shoulder; bay colt, OL off Mioulrier; buy filly WA near ehouldei, oft hiud foot white; hay Ally like^ o...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

focal fntellipce, METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, WARWICK. The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: Babometer. Tuebmometeh. MAX- MIK. Tliursdov .. 28 667 T40 ... 4<>0 Friday ' ... .... .. 45*0 Saturday .. 28880 73 0 .> 300 Monday ». 23-427 .... 650 .. 3-10 Taesday .» 29'4f77 .... C4*0 .« 500 WcAuesday .. 26'460 .... 75'0 «« 4.0*0 RaiiifaU for the week 0 <20 inche*. A magisterial inquiry was held at the Court House on Friday last on the body of a man named Williani Troy, who was found dead that morning on the verandah of the house lately occu pied by Mr. Pratten. From the evi dence it apj>eared that Wm. Storey was walking down Palmerin-street about eight o'clock that morning, and observed the deceased laid on the verandah of the above house, which is now unoccupied, and on going to him, found he was dead. It was also proved that the deceased bad ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

Iflisctllaucous. DISCOVERT OF THEA60UB-TBOVE,-. AD extra* ordinary discovery of treasure-trove lias been made on tbe soa bcacb, midway betwixt West Hartlepool and Beaton Carew. The surface sand was washed fi-om the beach by the late storm. aud for upwards of a mile along the Bbore layers »<f poot were cxponod. On Sun day afternoon somo tnen observing the curious appearance of the peat, turned some of it over witii a stick, and found several coins embedded in it. They were quite black, but on rubbing tiieni found thai they were Spanish dolUgi about iho size of a crown. They renewed tbeir search and found a Jorge number, but the tide was approaching and they bad to desist. A report of this find was soon spread about, and when the tide bad receded hundreds of people weic 011 the sands in Reavch of the treasure. During the wholo of (be nigbt the people were working with Inmps, and some cf them picked up as many as niuoty of these cuius. Altogether some hundreds of coins have ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. (From the Guardian.) Sydney, Sept. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

ARlt I V A L Of THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. (Fiomthe Cuai ifian.) Sydne\'t Sept. 4. The Rakaialeft Wellington fur I'ana ma on the8ih Juno. Tlie Kaikoura arrived at Wellington on Aug. 27- <She left Panama on the 25tli July. At Wellington five of the crew were scalded, and one of them was seriously injured. Captain Martin was dismissed at Wellington on account of liis having given orders when ho was drunk, while the vessel was outside Wellington Heads, thereby endanger ing (he safctj'of the ship and passengers. The case was brought before the Police Court, and dismissed. The Kaikoura brings dales as fol lows :-Panama, July 25 ; San Fran cisco, July 10; Valparaiso, July 3; New York, July 11, bv telegram, July 18ih.

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

FRIDAY, SEPT. G. The Conference met litisuiorninjr, and the bueiucBa transacted at this titling referred principally to (natters of detail. A special role of tlianlco was given to the Bishop far his excellent address at the open iiiB "f llie Conference. Urs LotiDsiur, in returning thanks, con gratulated the members of the Conference on Ilia unanimity which had characterised the deliberations. He said he should hence forth look upon (he Conference as a counsel of niivitetB ever at hand, and through it lie should have the united co-operation of the laity in the great work there was to be done. He also took occasion to mention in terms of gratitude the liberality of the A. 6. N. Company, which since the beginning of the year had arranged for tbo conveyance, free orcost, of ministers of religion travelling from one part of Queensland to another, in the performance nf religions duties. The Conference was then adjourned until the 29th April next, to enable the sub-com mittee to prepare a ...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. The English harvest is likely to give a full average yield. The proposal for the formation of an Anglo-Indian Telegraph Company, embracing Australia, is not likely to be carried out at present, as the promoters relied upon a subsidy or guarantee of interest which the Government declined to give, as the speculation ought to offer sufficient inducement for private enterprise. Every assistance, however, is promised in laying the lines. Ominous symptoms are apparent of the existence of an antagonistic feeling between Prussia and France. The Reform Dill was passed through Committee on the 3rd July, and the third reading was fixed for the 30th of that month. It is expectcd that many important alterations will be made in the House of Lords. A fleet is mustered at Spithead, for a grand naval review. The Royal Family and the Sultan, with other distinguished visitors, were to proceed thither on the 15th July and the review is to last three days. The certificate in the bankrup...

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THURSDAY, SEPT, 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

THURSDAY, SEPT, 3. The Conference was resumed at 10 o'clock this morning. The Bishop read the following Report on tlio systems of Church government in colo nies «f Australasia,which had been prepared by the committee appointed on the previous day: " The system of Church Government at present existing in tlio colony of New South Wales would appear to be diocesan and pro vincial Synods bused upon Legislative sanc tion, so far as regards tlio temporalities or the Chuich, and embodying a recognition of the Church Constitution as adopted by the general Conference uf tlie Kishops, and cleri cal and lay representatives of the several dioceses within the culony. "In Victoria the system existing appears to be a Church Assembly,based upon Legis lative enactment, and providing far the regu lation uf the affairs of the said Church. .' In South Australia the syBlem of Church Government would appear to be based upon consensual compact, their endeavor to obtain an Act of Incorporation having hithe...

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VIA SUEZ. PER THE P.& O. COMPANY'S STEAMER AVOCA, NEWS TO AUGUST 7. (From the Courier) ADELAIDE, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

VIA SUEZ. PEIITHE P.&O.COMPAN V'S STEAMER AVOCA, NEWS TO AUGUST 7 (From the Courier) ADELAIDE, September 8. The Alexandra arrived at Glenelg at 3 o'clock this afternoon, having made the passage iu 98 hours, despite of strong bead winds. The Avoca left Galle on the 19th, and arrived at the Sound on the 4th.' She will leave for Melbourne on the 5th.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONFERENCE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

CnUUCH OF ENGLAND CON FERENCE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH. The Conference of tlio clergy and Ini'y of (lie Cliurch of England commenced on Wed nesday last in the Ch urcli of England School room, Queen.street, Brisbane. There was a full attendance of both clergy and laity, and a considerable number of spectators were present, including several ladicu. The Right Her. Bishop Toffuell presided as chairman. The proceedings were opened with prayer, after which Archdeacon Glcnuie read over the list of members. The Bishop then read his Address to the Conference, which occupied about twenty five minutes in its delivery. It was afterwards unanimously resolved, on the motion of Mr. Justice Lulwyche, that Synodicol action was neccssary. . A committee was appointed to examine and report, at the uext day's meetinir,oi> the systems of church government existing in the colonies. The Conference adjourned until the fol lowing day.

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