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NEW SOUTH WALES. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

NEW SOUTH WALES. S .'ptember 20. ITbo sales of tea? <o-day show a decline of I from ten to twenty shillings. The Logi»lfttivo Assembly littvo rc&rdrcd to I go tutn committee on ttio new Bailway Loan, | but are not willing to grant oioro than one . million. | It is said that conl 1ms been fouud at the bottom-of theFitzroy Iron Mine. I The original Railway Loan motion was | can iod in the Lugi.slaiire Assembly,yesterday I night, Motions for an adjournment of the j debate, and vnrious nmcndinetils, wcro nuga : tin d by a majority of twenty on each t'cca ' sion. I tSc|<fcinbcr 21. j Nichols has ben rcpriered, and it is likely (Jiat Iiis fentenre n-IH l»o commuted. The Government lias Appointed & coillmis* binn to consider the question of the Sydney water supply. Hickv goes to England, via Panama, in Kovemtcr.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

EXAMINER & TIMES 11 * weekly journal, published every Thurs day moraine, and contains full reports of all the Local, Colonial, and Foreign News of the week. The Price Is only FITS SHILLINGS FEB QUARTER, Payable in advance, That bringing in wiililn tlie reach of nil classes of the community. erSUBSCRlBERfTcAN COMMENCE AT ANV DATE.

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VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

VICTORIA September 20 The reply to tit? Addre-ft lias been carried without a division, The Council of clie WesJoyon C"11<ȣ0 have refused to accept the resignation of (ho Rev. Mr. W/MJffh. Tor the Melbourne Cup, the latest betting is-lOOtu 15 agninst Mr. Dc Metre's Tim Whiffler; 10(1 to 14 against tfirewnrUs; nud 100 to 8 against Ruse of Australia., Nimble foot, or Glcucoe. September 21. Stmt, flic member for ftouth Grant, is about to bring an action for libel against the Argus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

NOTICE ! NOTICE ! ! HALF-IE ARLI CLEARING SALE OF REAMiDE GLOTIW. Ac., Ac. sh» ©swum afevftr'038S&. J. HORWITZ & CO., IN accordance with their usual custom, are now CLEARING OUT the remainder of their worcnrma COMRISING Drapery, Blankets, || Men's Clothing, 4c. At such PRICES that must effect a IeBBT CUitiim, JACOB HORWITZ & CO., COMMERCIAL STORE, WARWICK st WOOLCOTT'S IFKGTORM. BALSAM the best remedy for Coughs CoMb, ShortneBA of tirealh, Hoarseness Ihnm, Influenza, &c. I'lii* preparation, containing no deleterious Ircuients, will be found equally beneficial lo constitutions from youth to old oge, |ld In Bottles at 2s 6d & 3s Od each. l-OliTABMi APERIENT ANTI fclLIOUS T1LI.S. ling composed of purely vegetable ingre fcnts, will be found a cafe and Taluable luedy for Bilious mid Liver Cotuplaiota, Is lettion, Lois of Appetite, Flatulency, lidity, Headache, d'C., tic. i Boxes, 1b 0d and, 2s Od eaeb. ritEPARED ONLY BY [DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMI...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. (Abridged from the Brisbane papers.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPT. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

(Abridged from the BrMane papers.) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TCESDAV, SEPT. 17. There was a fall House at the appointed time of meeting. Messrs. MACKENZIE, PR1NG, nnd FITZGERALD were sevcrtVy introduced a'ld sworn in it members who had returned since the last sitting of the HouBe. The COLONIAL I'REASURIiR then made a short stBiemenl with reference to Ministeti.il changes, atid said that, although the AUoroey-General end himself were the only two Ministers in the House, the Govern ment had decided upon going on with tho business in order tD hriog (he legislation uf the session to as Bpeedy a conclusion as pos sible. lie iutimated that the Government intended to introduce two liberal land measures, dealing both with tho alienation and pastoral occupation of Crown lands, and also to bring in bills for amending the Civil Service list as far as it related to Ministerial eilaries,-for the prevention of impersona tion at elections, and for the regulation of immigration on a limited scale. The ...

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[?]ICK POST OFFICE RGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

V ICK POST OFFICE EGULATIONS. MAILS CLOUE FOB Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, tuxi Toowooroba, °i» trundays, pud Thursdays, at 6 p.t anil the Northern Districts of Wales on Mondays, at 7 30 a.m. fur.sduy.s, At ;3 iJU p.m. rJltcf, Lcyburn, Western Creek jtnd kndi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N 13. pc. for GJciuJff, Warroo, Fifcediile, Texas, and Frazers Creek, arc for - this mail. MAILS AMUVE from Ipswich, Allnra, Spring Creek, and Tootvo »inba on Tuesdays, Thurs I &iturd ».vs, at 3 p.m. End oh Tuesdays «t I p.m. and on R, at 6 p.m. Iicef, Leyburn, and Western Creek besday. at n»on. Irs addressed to places beyond Hie [bearing an insufficient number of .re sent to the General Post«ofiicc |>cned and returned to the writers; as re-posted benrinj stamps which obliterated or defaced » registered between (he hour6 of nd C p.m. daily. Inland or colonial not cUitned within one month aftc (rertised in the *. Government Gazette" led to the writers. J»r once posted becomcs the property |r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

NOTICE. MR. THOMAS Hoksman is duly au tlnriiW'l In rccnivo a<.'COUAtl nwiiig ta O.e KX AMISER AND TIMES, and hU re c«ij>t ivill be * «iil)lcient discharge of tlio Fame. It. A. COWTON. ' 8AMUF.L IUW1X. September 25, IBG7.

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Local Intelligence. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

foal JnteJIrpct TO CORRESPONDENTS. " W. S."-Your remarks on " Chiokofy" are unavoidably crowded out this week on nccouut of (lis lengthy parliamentary debates. TMy will appear in our next. We observe that oar contemporary, the " Warwick Argus," is about to be reduced from a bi-weekly to a weekly publication, and the alteration is to commence after Friday (to-morrow.) The principal reason assigned for thiB step are stated to be the disappoint ment lately experienced in the non payment of accounts due for adver tising, &c. lie says: "The town hfts lately ftu/fered ftora the genera! depression prov/ileni throughout the colony. Wo would not, however, h*ve adopted the present course Imd the periodical chime upon out* subscribers been fairly met." Respecting ourselves-his "young contemporary" and " new friend," as he occasionally terms us,-he says: " We may here state that the advent of oar oontempnrflry Ji&B in no way contributed to the proposed change. as we hare always ...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

I ; (rammer «uit Cimcs. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1867. "WE have been, favored with a copy of; the Estimates for the year 1808, and i from it We gather tbftt retrenchment is ' ??the order of the day. If they are.; passed in anything like the foyn they I now appear, aa astonishing sweeping J is to be made itt the civil service. The ! following,!* a synopsis of the proposed j alterations in the various depart-1 meatsj In the Colonial Secretary's Depart-' 5 went: -Tha number of Police Magis- { Bates, aSfl Clerks of Petty Sessions are j reduced from 40 to 27; number of police reduced from 397 to 324; re ductionin ^e^cpenditure of the police force, £n,«71; in charitable allow-! r imces ail increase of £3t800t ot which j ' lnct«ese Brisbane gets Ipswich r JSSOO.wj^oj^hkhipton^Hi schools of art £900; endowtnent^W munici |pa!itie»' we reduced from £15,000 to Seto.oooz . -J' In'AW&ini«ration ol Justice:-No ^allowance ii< made- for oobnsel prose fWting on behalf ofithe Cbwih ...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Before the Police Magistrate, and C. Clark, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Before the Police Magistrate, and 0, Clark, Esq., J.P.1 J. B. Peaso was brought up on remand, charged *itb having while ID tbe service of Mr, H. 0. Woolcott, embezzled certain gums of mopejr which he had been employed to coliaot. Mr. Fuller adpearcd for the prosecutbT. HeifryC. Woolcott, deposed; that he was tbe dulyippointed agent for the ." Courier" uews[ aper; in the month of May last he had employed tbe prisoner to'collect the accounts for him; had furnished him with a list of names and amounts due, and had made arrangements that he (prisoner) was to re ceive half tbe commission as payment for collection; demanded a statement from prisoner in the month of June last and re ceived one from him ; at the time the state ment was furt-ished nothing was said ahout any ope having paid; liave not seen prisoner to apeak <o him for tbe last month; never was tiftd by prisoner that he had not received any money; never have asked him f...

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MR. GORE'S PROCEEDINGS AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

MR. GORE'S PROCEEDINGS AT WARWICK. Ill tlic Legislative Assembly mi Thursday , )a-t .Mr. \Vai.«u .. 'J'liat, in Ibc ! .miniu-i ..r this House. it is contrary to tile spirit I.f the Constitution, nnd imperils the | due formation or the liepresenialive Ass.-mbly. . when riK'tii'([ir.-i uf (lie Legislative and Krccu live Council take pait in electinneeiing pro codlings. Thai tlic conduct of the late 1 ost- I master-General in addressing the electors at j Warwick during the last election, was impro per. That a copy of the resolution* be or warded. l.y address. to Hi- l'.ncolleucj I.e. Governor." lie said when tn« Iio i.nic-int.cr for Eastern Downs took office in the Macalis ter Government as l'oloni.1 Treasurer. Mr. Gore was Postmaster General, and if h« hart I,ecu iucliuel to ..iteiid faithfully t» his duties, there was plei.ty in bis office fur him t<> do Xo sooner nail it fuuml necessary that the lion, member (Mr. Douglas) should lie returned for a Downs constituency, t...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

(komsjjonbnte. {To the Edttor of the Examiner and Timet.) SIB,-I observe from (lie Brisbane papers that Mr, Walsh lias just!}' brought before ihe House (be conduct of Mr. (iore at the late elections at Warwick,end (he manner which Mr- Walsh and Mr. Clark spoke an (lie matter baa given no small amount of satis faction to (lie electors uf the district. Well may Mr, Walsh cull us a " henU'htcd consti tuency." Bui I would wii,li Mr. Walsh to know that there was sufficient said to Mr. Gore when he was on the hur(inge returning thanks fur Mr. Douglas, to have caused him, if he had any spark of modesty left, to cut his specch thort, and have saved the cenple the pain of listening to him. Noauonerhai] Mr. Gore concluded his remarks, than bis audacity and deception in reference to the active part be took in the Itevission Court, of 1865, became the general topic of the crowd Assembled. It in well remembered at that time, when he wan on the bench, that no less than 100 bona fide electors were...

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THE LAND BILL OF THE PRESENT MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

THE LAUDflSm pheseiwWi; The writ for ttte'MiLirei'YHts .re turned on Friday last,'knd thfr Miniwdr for Lands took bis e'eafc, and Itidbefor®., the House the new Land Bill. We take the following sumtbary *pf .its provisions from the ".Qupqia^wl, limes:"-5 ? ? - ? - .na'f.X ? The Bill proposes lo declares eonth'tfrn «ad a' northern settled tHitrlct.'-IW Southern Settled Dlstrictis to comprise the" whole of Bast/and 'Moretohiaofl; th» eastern portion ofll|e DarlingwvBf.tliklojt in tbe whole watershed jof ll>8 'tioMMniaa River as far west and north >4' Gooranga Ureek, and as far south asMaryUnd. ^fhls will include Warwt<^I/eyi«ra,.J^ibjrj and iho stations of Roialie PJsb)»,'PumklHenb»r, Jlmbuur, Warra Warra, Cecil'* flaSnt, Van* dills., Talgaf, RikenthaiAc., and all.wUhin * thai circuit. The Northern Sallied District is to consist of a uarrotfr »lt)p, iiol lets thsu thirly mile* in Width,' tilettaliBf ffran' northern bonndai^of Eaat MwetpnaJljn'ISDgf. the entire coast l...

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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. DR. LUDWIG LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. 1>K. LUltWIG LEICIIHARDT. "tt *vas, i'J r,o«>'b. a hi-!) emprise. Tin ougii li'aukl^s wilds to trace a way, Awl cti&UeH^ea far higher prize Thau man can mete-firm n>au will pay." SlILlilDAN Mooue. Among the "martyrs to tlie cause of science," of whom I spoke in my intro ductory article, the name of the great Prussian explorer stands out in bold relief; and, though doubts have been entertained by many as to the fact of iiis death, yet even the most sanguine have gradually come to the conclusion that he has cither perished from star vation or from the murderous attacks ot the blacks. In this paper, I intend to give an account of his expedition from Moreton liny to Port Rssinglon, quoting such | assages Irom his journal I us may be likely to interest the reader. J Dr. Leichhardt left Sydney on the 13th August, 1844, and, after a stormy voyage, reached Brisbane on the 20th. His companions were Mr. James Cal vert, Mr. John Itoper, Jo...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

WARWICK * MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A meeting of the Town Council was held on Thursday afternoon lag!, when there were present-The Mayor, Aids. I Evenden, Bugden, F. Morgan, Brown,' Affleck, and ROSE. j The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the following correspondence was read: (1) Letter from the Commissioner for ilways, stating that no posts could spared to the Corporation forstretch e wire to be used in fencing the ^2) From E. Marlay, Esq., ire to the Corporation at £22 ! ton 7^3) From Mr. T. Grimes, of pring Creek, offering two sizes of gal- ! vanized wire at £35 per ton; (4) From the Government Printer, stating that in future all advertisements sent for publication in the " Government Gazette" must be paid for in advance; (5) From the Town Clerk at Roma, enquiring if the Council had any bye laws respecting a town commonage. In reference to Letter 4, the Town Clerk was ordered to write to Mr. Grimes, asking for samples of both descriptions of the wire. Th...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. Mr. A. H. PALMER (Colonial Secretary} was in roduced by Messrs. l'ritig and Mac* henzie, and took the oaths and Ills seat. Petitions were preeeuted-(1) by Mr. POOH on behalf of J. O'Keefe, late a letter carrier, complaining uf hardship and prayiug redress; (2) by Mr. FITZGERALD, from Mr. Yates, asking for compensation on ac count of certain elieep destroyed; and (3) by Mr. WALSH, from certain farmers on the Mary, praying that old settlers might be placed oil the same fooling as those tvfia hav« taken tip land under the Leasing Act. Mr, GROOM called attention to the fact that, before the Bouse adjourned, a lawyer's clerk had entered the library, and served upon him, bb Mayor of Toowoomba, a legal document, notwithstanding the remon strances of the Librarian. He (Mr. Groom) asked for the opinion of the Speaker on the point. The SPE AKEU expressed his opinion that something very closely approaching to a breach of privilege had been committe...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 After » number of Papers had been laid on the table, Tiie Boa. T. L. M. PRIOR delivered a Ministerial statement similar to tliat given fay Mr. Mackenzie in the Assembly. The second reading of the Contagious Diseases I'revonlion Bill was moved l>y the lion. W. WOOD. A short discussion ensued, after which The PRESIDENT having stated that the measure was one affecting money matters so largely that it cnuld not be introduced in the Countll, the Hon. W. WOOD withdrew bis motion for the second reading. The Hon, W. WOOD moved the second reading uf (lie Medical Act Amendment Dill. The Hun. Dr. HOI! IIS opposed the measure, and moved that it be read again that day six months. The Hon. W.THORNTON supported the bill. The motion that the bill should be lead a fecond time lliat day six moplhs was amended by the substitution of tlio word "fortnight" for "sis months," and passed without division. The second reading of the Births, Deaths, and Marriage Amen...

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FORMATION OF A FARMER'S ASSOCIATION FOR WARWICK [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

FORMATION 01<' A FARMER'S I ASSOCIATION FOR WARWICK , A meeting was held in the Court House, on Friday afternoon last, pur suant to a requisition sent to the Mayor, for the purpose of forming a fanner's Association. Thtre was only a small attendanfee, but we believe this was owing to die fact that not sufficient rotice of the meeting had been given, and very few farmers were aware that it MI about being held, and not from any lack of interest which is felt in this movement. On the motion of Mr. D. CI.ARKB seconded by Mr. SPBEADBOROFGH, Mr. W. H. Brown was voted to the chair. The QHMRMAK, after acknowledging the compliment, stated the object m' the meeting, and expressed WB opiniojg that a Farmer's Association for th», district' was very much required, and wuuld prove of grrat benefit to those occupied in agricultural pursuits. Mr. D. CLARKE, in proposing the first resolution, said that although there was only a thin attendance present that day, he believed there .was a gr...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, SEPT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FMDAY, SEPT. 20. The lion. h. W. AM1! wasintroduced by Messrs. Mackenzie and l'almer, and took ] thn oaths and liiti feat as member for (be | Mitchell. The MINISTER for LANDS gave notice .if liis intention to introduce a bill for the alienation of Crown land*, find in order to give information to htm. members lie would at once lay the bill on tbe table. The COLONIAL TREASURER raored that the House would, on Tuesday next, move, in committee of the whole, for the introduction of a bill to amend tbe Civil List. *? On the motion of Mr. MILES, a resolution wag carried for the production of certain papern in conncction with the Roads Depart-! ment; and on tbe motion nf Mr. P1TZ- j GRRALD, a resolution was passed fur the production of certain returns allowing tbe ad valorem duly collected at the various | porta. Mr. STEPHENS carried a motion for the t production of returns in connection with tbe operations - of the Roads Department in tbe 1 Cundamine and Maranoa distr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

^Wamrntr mtltr Wants tS PCBLISHED W WARWICK Every tMlIlUBAIf MOBNIM6. la twp for tb« Oatfoiof Malla. Tilt nBMiot of Subscription is FIVE SHILblKBS per qnarter, Inall e*Mi in adraoee. ?'' Blngte'SopiM, SIXPENCE. «OAXB OF. CHARGES FOB ADVBB THISQ «. i. tftro (tab* J J Foorflo J ® sis jo ; ® TOrifctio. ? ®. B«M7»UIU0Ml el* llnet ornnder l«, DucocMf OB IS (tMNlUn inatitios* SO per cent, ®# i ,. n 'All AdrttUwwnU rawt »peeHyon Iheir fiM (h« camber of fitoel' thiy «* rain *rte4; if »cUlD Without thWepeclflcation, audi <ad»erttaemeiiU vill be Ineertod until MantenaMriW. *"4 elwgrf for accordingly. All AdrarttaemenU wait be not in not l*ter than 6 p.m. tm Thnrad*r». v. Ordan to* -withdrawal or alteration mutt b« Noa-aulWlta'1' adrerfiietaenU muit be ntl for MMMitto InMrtloo. "ifarrfatM. BWta. and Dfitb*. It. per iniertioo. ?: AGENTS IN BBI8BANE Itr O. D.H**»W>S. Stationer A New« Agent, BtbMof iSi BttUdlngi. Mr. i, Wu>£,3otitb Brlibane. SEW 80DTH WILES, rABVICK. THIS; W3TOH ...

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