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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOr [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creck Drflyton and Toowoomba, on trundayBi Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8 p.m Maryland and the Northern Districts of Nuw South Wales on Mondays, at 7 80 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 3 30 p.m. Taiga! Reef, Le.vbiirn, Western Creek and Goondiwiudi, on Wednesday, at 6 p.m. K B. Letters &c, for Glen elg. Warroo. Pikedole, Qluulyon, Texas, and Krazers Creek, are for warded by this mail. MAILS IBBITE fkom Brisbane. Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and fliturd-iys, at 3 p.rn. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Reef, Leyburn, an4 Western Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are sent to tiie General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters Tt-poitcd bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced LMtcrs are registere...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. DR. LUDWIG LEICHHARDT. (Concluded) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. DR. MTDWIG LEICHHARDT. (Concluded) The natives who accompanied the expedition, though they were very use fill as interpreters and guides, were often very refractory, and on one occa sion Charley was extremely abusive, and struck his leader on the mouth, hurting him severely. The other black showed a disposition to join his com panion. They then left the main body of the explorers; but finding that it was a difficult matter to procure food for themselves, they apologised very humbly, and were allowed to join the party. Occasionally the party met with natives, but they were generally few in number, and very much alarmed at »the appearance of the white men; as cending the nearest trees, and remain ing there until the explorers has passed. It was only on rare occasions that they were able to parley with them, and they sometimes found that they did not understand tho two aboriginals who accompanied the expedition. Although there is variety in the lif...

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THE MEMBER FOR WARWICK ON THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

THE MEMBER FOR WARWICK OH THE LAND QUESTION In the debate on the Land Bill, which took place 011 Thursday night, the following is a condensed report of our local member's remarks on the subject: Mr. cr.ARK was glafl to BOB from (lie torn the delate li«i! taken, tliat lion, membcrc con eider the quer-tion to be a most important one. Ho thought ihe intid quostion the most import taut of the day; the prosperity of the country dejicidci? npun the solution of it. Although saddled with an enormnjie debt, and nJtliongh at ihe piwnt moment they were not in ft prosperous *rate, ihcy could, if they passed ft libera) bind measure*find means to'get out of their Hi-fificulfici?- lie thought the present Ministry had shown that flee sulccLinn could l>e ear*',ed out under tue vMsting Acts. Thfi late procl«inaLiO'ia meant, aad in effect were, fitrt seldffioj befmo surrey. A laud *bilJ, which would be acceptable to the country, wodhl not be a land bilj 'or ag icuKuialisttf, but for the whole of il...

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MR. GLADSTONE ON SELFCULTURE BY WORKING MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

MR. GLADSTONE ON SELF CULTURE BY WORKING MEN. On Saturday afternoon tile Bight Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P.. distributed the prises which had been swarded to the successful com petitor! at the examination of the pupils con nected with 6t. Martlu's College, Castle Street, Hanover Street, Jjonjt Acre. Mr.'tiladstoue, upon stepping forward, was received with laud cheers. He said-Indies and gentlemen, it was noi without a sensation of alarm that I read ia the notices convening the meeting that an address vat to he de livered by me, fnr in truth I can't pretend to ssy anything more than to give you an as ?uranoe of my goodwill and sympathy in your undertaking. It is a vary sincere assurance. My friend the vioar gives me credit for finding an opportunity to CJtno here this eftorronn. I feel that anything which I can do for the great Community In which 1 live by direct and personal action in what I may call thi privnte or local sphere is remarkably little, bat littla as it is, I can assure y...

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STEAM COMPANIES. (To the Editor of the Exominer and Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

6TEA.il00MPANIES. irt tle Eiilor cf the Examiner and Timti) fin,-t ban read with considerahlo attentinn | the letltrs in ah; Sydney Morning fferald from the Shareholder in the A B. N. Company "the Cbareholdartn the Q.8. N. Company, more competent than <*Hhef V jthew to (Ira a culm »nd dispnsaioL fjplpton upon (§e subject I purpose troub les Wijtb afew remark*. , Wffl unit 'premise that I am not a Share llfilder ia either Company. but one who hu lost Wtqe, money.foateaui than perhaps any Indi vidual tnlliia 4M0ny. I .>»*? therefore no in tereit »ti»li)Tcr on either aide, but an cement dMiro fyr'the itilhn of both, and ilw of t|ut verj s»gao!ou»fcodjf known a* the public. 1, rojrret Skoeodiugly the personal eptrlt whltib characterises these letter*, and although 1 can sympathise with tidi in the ItHn tn piplMtittownlntimat, yet no real good will M #COOo>plUhoA by one thru wing out hard wonls ana«ril insinuations against tlia other,. SptJi remaflia will oftly promote a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

frta^. R«n. members had s rep..it <.f (hit ipi-ecfi and could judge for thtim-cl voa. as he . believed lie could not quote from that sret'c'. fclmailf io wldreasiag the H<>a<e. He netted If this wss not a farther pro.if (lint iliu accu sation brought against Mr Gore in this House torn* evenings *g"- and never refuted 1>v that gentleman. were true. He lmd been advicej t>y more than one merd^pr of thai House to table ft motion to the effect that Mr. Qnre " is not a fit person to be on the Commission of the Peace" But be mult leave this in the hands of bon. members: if lie did it be should ' be accused of political liatred. Although he kk bid triad, in ail Ihr debates refining t» that ^kfurtjesatn. to deal a* leniently with him as lie he was tftrry to say Mr. Oi>rc had not truthful and friendly in 'peaking With these few remarks lio should leave Tjoi. members to do as they tliotf^lit fit with the njtter, feeling that he had done bis dir.y fn...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. After several papers bad been laid upon the table, Mr. OIiARK moved the adjournment of the House for the purfone «f calling attention to certain statement* rotde by Mr. Goro In the Legislative Council with reference to tho Police Magistrate at Warwick. and which statements lie read a letter frosb that officer distinctly contradicting, Tlie report of thi«3ebate wilt lie found in (utt In another column.] Mr. WALSH also moved the Adjournment of the Houie fir tlio purpose of explaining hit personal connection With a certain transaction between the Government and the Mary^ borough finger Company, touching the con veyance of aegar plant from Mnreton Bay to the Mary Elver by the Platypus. A brief debBte ensued, after which the motion vai withdrawn. In reply to Mr. OLA&K, the COLONIAL 6ECKR'1'ABY staled that, as far an he had at present ascertained, there were no boys under twelve years of age in nny of the gaols of the colony between the ...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. (Abridged from the Brisbane Papers.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

Uarliauicfttatg Intelligence. (Abridged from tht Brisbane papers.) * LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEtt 2. . The Hon. W. WOOD ngnin presented llic Oirot&tfious Diseases fill), with the object of obtaining some expression of opinion from hon.<nemlier« m (o (he nature of the bills (fi&t could be introduced in that Home, nnd as to whether lliat measure Id particular was «o much . " money bill" that it oonld not be originate! there. Attar Mine <tf«eu«ion, the bill w»» with drawn. ' - Hie HegUtretion Act Amendment Bill win pasted through committee. with a few slight amendment*, and , The Howe adjourned to Wodiiesdsy next.

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Miscellancons. A RIVER LYRIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

l^iscfHaiifciis. A niVEK LYEIO. Under my window, day liy day, The beautiful i-i»er rolls away : Bolls from far off woods of pine Down to (be glittering bay; Uy frowning erne and fragrant riot Oaw*rd still to th« framing brine. To the occm'i kingly sway. Many a league in rippling pie# The yonns Ltortk dances; bird and beo And flowers that lekn from the shadowy grss«. Hark t.i its Tnitmtrelsy; And cloud and star, aa above tlicy pass, to it* crystal hoamn a* in a glass, Their radiant beauty see. Now swells the current> deep and wido, O'er rock and chasm its strength is tried, Till in broader channels, smooth and free, The wares majestic glide i And on tliey ioil right royally. Till they fetl the beavt-thrab of theses, the ebbing and Sowing tide. Beautiful river, roll an ay I Thy seaward current no cliarra can stay. And thiui. too. hasten, O river of life I Through shadows leathering prey ; low from meadows with beauty rife, ' Down through channels nfstorui aud strife. To shores of e...

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BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

BATHING. There may be too mnehfjBp of the belt of | thing!; and, u with all tlitw irith bathing, It may be abused u well u ased. We era anxioue-while the leuob li (till at its height -to Gall attention, especially tbat of onr youthful readers, end thoae who have charge of our yooog, to one or tiro txceisea arialng from tho abuse of It. There ia nothing more bracing and conducire to health than bathing, when practised la moderation and at proper time). Wo cannot speak too strongly of oar seme of tbe doty of crery man to be a swim, raer; but even on tbe warmeat and moat genial of daya a person may remain too long at one time, or get too frequently into the water. Another abnse we should advert to it that of entering the water before tbe proper digestion of a meal. We have lately had a aad proof afforded ub of tbe necessity of precautions being taken in tbia particular. In tbe ease to which we refer, death resulted from bathing immediately after luncheon. Because such abnaea are often ...

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EXCITING SCENE IN A MENAGERIE. (From the Liverpool Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

EXCITING SCENE IN A MENAGERIE. (Fren the Liverpool ifercury.) Some weeks ago a group of eight American attlcsnakea, which had been landed at Liver pool, were purchased by Mr. William Mandcrs tnd were firit exhibited by that gentleman at forthempton. Ai the box in which the nakes had been brought over was to a certain ixtent unsafe, Mr. Mandera had a stout box ixprawly manufactured for their reception, and the poisonous reptiles were installed in their new quartors. The new case had a plate I glass front and top, hot-water ciBterns under neath, and a amall door fattened by a spring lalch on one aide. Thia cuo fitted in a mas sive oak box, in which it was placed when the snakes were not on exhibition, every possible precaution being taken to prevent an accident Mr. Slanders arrived with hit menagerie at Tunbridgo Veil* ?n Friday morning last, and at 1000 as he had " set" the caravans he left for London, to. wfyarintend the debarkation of three giraffea which he had purchased, and whic...

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The Story Teller. THE CHILDREN OF BLENTARN GHYLL. A TALE OF WESTMORELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

Cjic &kg Mr. THE CHILDREN OF BLEN TARN GHYLIi. A Tile or WnntoBiuro. Blentharn Ghyll U the nana of the little narrow gorge in those Westmorland moan, talni, (dial luglili Pikei, at whose 6>t lis the lpvety green vale nod lake of Grasmeie, 'Jj^Jlike li fod bymoontiiln streamlets, cutel'inths riorth beeka. Oneof tbesebecks ooaiaa dowaaaethsTjipMitfal .valley called ItaaedliK »liiMtwii^4^mtatM and green with gmi, u mntaih and as aoft on a lawn, from being cropped abort by the sheep, which can tie turned oat hen earlier in the apring than on the other mountainaidai. At one end Battdale opens on the village of Grasmere, at tha other is a steep asoent, leading to baro nrine,thut to on all aides by high Bonn tains, and with no outlet except the rough descent Into Eaaedale, and likewise a danger, one inndiog path about eiz miles over the mountains of Langdale Head. This ionoly rarijae ii called Far Easedale, and at the nffylSr end there formerly stood a cottage ntned Blentars Ghy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

WOOLGOTT'S PECTORAL BALSAM IS the best remedy for Cougbi Colds, Shortness of Breath, Hoarseness Asthma, Influenza, &c. This preparation, containing no deleterious inpredicnta, will be found equally bene6cial to all constitutions from yoath to old age. Sold in Bottles at 2m Od A 3s Od cacti. VEGETABLE APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS. Being oiftnposed of pure!/ vegetable ingre dient*, will be found a cafe and valuable remedy for JVilinuB and Liver Complaints. In digestion, Lo3k of Appetite, Flatulency, Acidity, Headache. &c., tic. In Soxes, 1® Od and Ss 6«t each. PREPARED ONLY BY m. c& wmimn, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST AND DBQGGIST, (UeemA by U»e Uueemland ilfedlcal Board,) CODNEB OF PALMEEIN & VICTORIA STREETS WABWICK. 145 THIS new and valuable preparation of QUININE is particularly recom mended as a stomachic, and as a powerful tonic in nervous debility, weakness, &c., Ac. H. G. WOOLCOTT, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMI6T AND DRUGGIST, WABWICK. 146...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

* THE NEW BTAMP DUTIES. itbs following dutios are payftblp under the new Stamp Act, which came Into operation on the lit November Jut£ a. d. Draft! eni Fromiuorg Note. For every £60 and under, sod every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 Dillt of Ezthanin-(single) ditto, ditto 0 1 0 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or more),each, for every £50 0 0 0 Sectipte.-For all awns or 20s. and upwards, each 0 0 1 Ckequet or Order!.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Wotei.-For every £100 of the average annaual circulation 8 0 0 Veedi of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and under .... 0 7 G Above, ana not exceeding £100 ,, 0 15 0 For every fractional part of £100 above .. ... .. .. 0 16 0 Agreement!.-Of (lie value of SS i and upwards 0 8 6 Note.-Where lutters lira prodnoed in ceurt to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 5s. Billt of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent .. 0 0 6 leant, or Agreem...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

(femhter irnlCr Ciines. &4?(JRDAY, NOVEMBER 2,. 1867 Wm have been favored with a draft of the v Proposed Amendments to the new Crown, Lands Sale Bill of 1867." which hare been initiated by our mem ber, Mr. GEORGE CLARK, and upon dff*ely'analjF6ing it conceive that the classification of land k)to agricultural, first, and second, class pastoral areas, ia a move is- the right direction, and calculated to. benefit both the country and purchasers of Crown- land, 'the 59th -clause a* amended, provides for the disposal of land in accordance With the following eliding scale,, vis: 10s. pe* aere in, agricultural areas, paympnt by four- annual instalments of 2s. <»d. per-acre. In first class pastoral areas 5s.-per acre, payable by foor^early instalments of Is. 3d. pec acre. In second class pastoral areas 2s. 6d. pec acre,, payable by four annual instalments of 7£d. per acre.. The same elaose also incorporates a contingent proviso, obliging «U pur chasers to expend during th...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. Mills CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba, an Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. Maryland and the Northern Districts of New Sonth Wales on Mondays, al 7'30 a.m. and on Thursdays, at S'30 p.tn. Talgai Reef, Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondiwindi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.B. Letters dec. for Glenelg. VTarroo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Fratera Creek, are for warded by tliis mall, Hails arrive fboh Brisbane, Ipswich. Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, fit 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.tn. 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- aa insufficient number of stamps on are sent to tbe Genera] Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers t as also letters re-potted bearing atamps wbicti bare been obliterated or defaced. Letters are registered be...

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ADELAIDE. OCtober 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

ADELAIDE. Ootober 29. 1 Rnat i« wportea to bavo Appeared in tfcc wheat crops. The following are tbe reading! of the barometer and thermometer for the past' week, taken at the Telegraph j Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: Bibomstbh. Tmebmometeb. MAX. HIS. Saturday .. 28879- .... 91-0 .. OKI Monday .. 23389 .... 020 .. 650 Tuesday 2S 529 .... 90-0 68 0 Wednesday .. 28'S90 .... 77-Q .. 67*0 Thursday " 28"C2t .... BOO .. SVO Friday .. 2S084 710 .. 600 Rainfall since last issue 0*260 indie*. WllITK Mbn AMOHUST TBE BiACKJ.-A letter recti'cd yeaternsy in Botrcn Btotes tbst three while net) have been discovered by Captain C&dell. One of the men xvos brought on board llio Eagle, tie had quite forgotten liis language, but scratched a large L, with the figures IB, on the Rrouud. Tlie newt ueoda confirmMlon - Courur. Boka-lf«n for shearing and it milling are much wanted in the district; tux] for oiauy tca>on> socli a scarcity nf i»W line not been known. S3 many having...

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Miscellaueous. A STORM ON THE PRAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

HlktllaiUDM. . A STORM ON THE PRAIRIES.*! Our rente for long dlitanoe lay over an elerated platsau, around wbiob,-forau hoar or two, dark thunder-clouds collected. Ont of ono of tlieae dropped a curtain of rats, grey in tho oentro, bat of an Intense indigo boa at the edge*. It slowly passed us on the north, iplit, from oae minute to another, by streaks of vivid rose-colored lightning, followed by defen ing detonating put* i when, just as wo seemed to hare escaped, it suddenly wheeled and burst upon on. It was like a white squall on a tropic not. We bad not lowered the ciauit curtaini of tba coach before a dam gave way over our heads, and a torrent oT mingled wind, rain, bail, and thunder overwhelmed ui. The driver turned his mules at far ai possible away from the wind, and stopped; tho hail smote like volleys of musketry, and In less than fifteen minutes the whole plain lay four incites under water. I have never witnessed anything even | approaching the violence of this atorm; it wa...

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Agricultural. RUST IN WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

JUriailtnraL RUST IN WHEAT. (To Me Editor of the Examiner and Timet.) SiRi-C#II yon or any of your niiir.erons j nn(lrrMiir..rm me of annofjr rcxt in wheat. If you could yuu would bo conferring a listing l>er,e[it upon (his comuuxiily. A J short time «go I badfoity acroa »f aa pro roieioe wheal an L e»er anw, and now, I «ci sorry to ««y, (Ktuu^Ii Ihr or rant I shall tipt get a Imslirl «.f grain. To nil .ppfftrdiico, and I am a practical farmer, I kIiouM have reaped thirty bu«hela per acre, which atai* ahillinta |a-r ImMiel, would have realized £360. Tho cost ul tbi> crop to me in tnbnr, seed, See-, wan at least £109, I nil of I Iinrr lout. 1'toe I urtt liret ir.nrfa.ila sjipearA.ice about a month a^o, wlitn Ibe wheat w's in the milk, ,in<l dnrinr lint abort time boa apreiid to ilial my crop is onlirely dettroyrd. Four yearr I.M appeared in >Uis dfririet diitiur * very rainy f-L';\inn, ATitl has troubled 1 us tveiy yunr Tbi* T*ir Hijrli Ii»k been a <try...

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Poetry. THE ENGLISH RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

|oefrs. THE ENGLISH EACE. If ever pride may ccnsore 'scape. And oven approbation gain. 'Tin when it lake* unselfish Bliapo, And glories in a wide domain. Of deed* embodied of high thought, Spnrkling upon historic page, Uy wliicli a nation may be taught To U"p unstained its licriUJ". Compared with England's growth, how tame Seem fictions of poetic Sight I Augustine's spark is now a flaine , Which floods the whole world with its licbt. Let nil her childien, tliorefore, claim Their right to reverence her past; To tell of her ancestral fame, And hold the sacrod privilege fast. All honor to the noble dead Whose names her glorious annals grace And who*s achievements help to shed A lustre on the English race I All honor io the living few Who emulate the old renown; Who hate the false, and love the true, And strive to hand a pure name down I Through the then Hide, scarce trodden field Of science, Newton'sgrmnd mind ranged, Nature's mysterious book uniealed, And alt our future history change...

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