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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ]. Mr. PUGH asked the Colonial Secretary, '* Whether lie lias any objection to lay on (he table of the House copies of all corresporttj. cnce, evideneo, and other documents con* titcled with Iho inquiry which Sod to the rc» UIOVHI of Mr. ,T. C. White from his office as Stipendiary Majjistrato at Toowoomba?" Air. FALMICD replied that tin) Government had no objection to produce the correspond ence, and would lay U on the tAble ou Tues dny uext. Mr. WALSH moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of calling uttenlion to Ihe following paragraph, which appeared in the Courier of thit day:-4' A deputation of some of our principal citiacus waited on the Minister for Lauds yesterday* to ask the Government to establish a gold escort between Brisbane aud Marylio rough. They were very coiiileously received, and the hou. gentleman piomiscd without delay to bring the matter under the notice of his colleagues; at the aeino tiin^ expressing himself a...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY OCTOBER 31. The COLONIAL TERA6DUEH stated. ia reply to Dr. Clialliuor, that the Government wen not aware as to wli'lcli nf the South Kea Islands the barque King Obc&V was expected from, nor bad they any information as to the number of Inlanders to be brought, or to tvliom they were to he engaged. He could state, however, that the vessel would be inspected by the Health Officer on arrival, although «he did not come under the Passenger Act, Mr, If. THOItN presented a petition from several Inhabitants of Dilby praying that tbc Police Magistrate and Clerk of Petty Sessions might not lie removed from that place. Mr. FITZSIMMONS moved, formally, foi the production of ceitain returns in connection with the construction and repair of bridges and roads in the Clermont district, and the motion was carried without opposition. The House then went into committee on the Grown Land* Sale Bill, when the consideration of the amendments, with reference to the me...
Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
IntcHipff. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. A. Norton, Esq., w>s sworn in as a new member. In reply to a question, tlia Hon. T. L. M. PBIOR stated that it was the intention of the Government to open a township at Cuniiainulln on the Wnri'cgo. and also to establish & mail route to the westwaid from that township, beyond the Paroo Iliver. The second reading of the Medical Act Amendment Bill was further postponed to Wednesday next. The .Foreign Companies Bill was passed through coinmitteo without amendment. The Kuuse went Into committee to consider the Customs Ilegnlntion Act Amendment Bill, but its consideration was postponed to Wed nesday next. The Grant to the Hon L. Hope Bill was l ead &lt;i first time, on the motion of the Hon. E. I. C. BUOWNH. The House adjourned to Wednesday next.
TAROOM. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
TAROOM. November 4. The manager of Bungabau station reports that a German shepherd named Grina fata been murdered by the blacks on tliatetation at Mutiny Point, about eeveuteen miles from Taroom. It Ib supposed that Hie murderers are lu custody at Bungabnn. Griua was toma hawked, his skull split, and his body then thrown Inio a water-hole, whole it was found floating. An inquiry will be held to-day.
MARYBOROUGH GOLDFIELD. Commissioner's Camp. Mary River Diggings. October 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
MARYBOROUGH OOL0FIBLD. &lt;OommIi»loner> Camp, Mary El»er Dlgglnm. ..... , i ,u. Ootobsr 28.1887. gr»-'I have *b« tion'T to Inform you of my , arrival On tiieM digglnga, 4»rly on Saturday "morning* £6th instant, iIhcs when "I have been too busily occupied in taming "miners (igfaUt*'"oa>InaMliconrait>"nSbidinp;(»(ai'm& tion, Old abutting differences arising out of saMtlom to boundaries of claims, to devote Sat liMle time. »? yet, to the examination of ..the features of Ibis totality, for the purpose bf ascertainingand reporting on the probable , extent of the *nriferpus region now being de - Veloped. FuJly#were,however. of thelmport Moe or the recent discoverioa nf gold made in tlili part of (he Wide May district, and also of the .necewity of placing tbe Government in immediate possesion of ell the fact* and in formation I hare nathored on the subject up to the present date, 1 do myself tlio lionor of re porting for year information 1, JtThat the locality whe...
SYDNEY. November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
SYDNEY. November 4. (juods to tbe Valne of £1,000 have tern stolen frrnn Messrs. Farmer, Painter, And Pope's drapery warehouse, Pitt-street. The thieves obtained occcsa to the premised by cutting a hole through tlie wall adjacent to the building on which the roceut Gre occurred. Tho weather i« exceedingly list. A cargo of Mauritius sugars, about 200 ton», cx Hesperus, was sold to day by Methrs. Bradley, Newton, and Lmnb, aud gond prices were obtained. Advices from New Caledonia report the massacru "f eilc. Freuch settlers and five of or the islanders by tbe independent trifees November 5. Tlio auction sale of teas to-duy shows a further decliue. All Important business in the Legislative Assembly bat been postponed until Mr. Macleay's motion has been dccided. Prince Alfred is to be tbe gneat of the Governor during his stay here.
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
The usual fortnightly meeting of the Conncil took place on Thursday after noon, when were were present-The Mayor, Aldermen Bugden, Affleck, Crombie, F. Morgan, and Ross. The minute* of the previous meet ins having been read and confirmed, The MA YOB said he had received intimation that three cases of plants had been forwarded by Mr. Iiill.of the Botanical Gardens, to the corporation, which he Supposed were intended for the ornamentation of the square. Aid. BUQDEN suggested that the plants be placed in the care of some Eergon to keep them alive until they eard further about them. This suggestion was agreed to. The Finance Committee's Report No. 91 was brought up and read, which recommended the payment of various accounts, and on the motion of die MAYOB, was unanimously adopted. Aid C&OMBU wished to call the at tention of die Council to the amount of rates still unpaid. He said that, in looking over the list of those who were In arrears, he was surprised to find many who could...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER A. [Before the Police Mamitrate.T Tliomat Varry, charged with being drank and disorderly, na dUchargad with « caution. Isnac Huberts was charged by ContUpIo Broderiok with indecent exposure of ppraon« The case it as dismissed- The prisoner wan tlu n clinpul with violently aasatilllng Con stable Biwliiiick by sttikiiift hiai>eVeral tlni#» and kicking him cu jlio new!: The BentsU found tlis prisoner guilty, and "sentenced him to two month*' imprisonment withlwrd labor in Toowooinba gaol.
Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
1 (faminer m\\ ©mes. I SATURDAY, NOVEMBEU 9, 1867. THERE are few members in the present House of Assembly who owe more to their constituents than Mr- JOHN DOUGLAS. In cpite of a strenuous op position ; against the united efforts of all the most influential residents in the Eastern Downs, such .faith had the people of Warwick and neighbourhood in their old member, and so great was his popularity when he came before them at the last election, that, in spite of some reticence in mailers on which he ought to have spoken, and a little .prevarication in regard to others, they returned him in preference to his oppo nent by a large majority. Nothing ap-1 pears more curious to the student of history than the favor and popularity with which some men are regarded, whilst others of infinitely more worth are looked upon with coldness and sus picion.. A ready smile, a pleasant voice, an easy flow of language when addressing a mob, will go far to cover A multitude of inconsistencies and weak nesse...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
All 11 I V A L OF THB ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA, The Panama mail-steamer Raltaia arrived in Sydney oil Saturday, Her news ie only to September 11, whereas that which we received by the Suez steamer, more than three weeks ago, was to September 22. The following are the only new items-Queensland debentures had fetched 101: a fair harvest was expected; it was rumored that Disraeli was to be made a peer; the Princess of Wales was still suffer ing a great deal; several persons had been railed, at tlie Canada elections owing to the Fenians; the principal European sovereigns had met and con doled in the matter of the death or Maximilian. The passage of the Ra kaia was delayed oy head seas and contrary winds during the voyage. One of the cabiu passengers made an attempt tc commit suicide by jumping overboard, but a boat was lowered and he was saved. -" Q. Time«."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
nonce. IVc beg tv remind those of vur sulscriLtrs who have not yet jwid their subset iptions for the J*resent yiartcr, that the next quarter of this journal trill cntiimeuce on th« M'th November, and they will oblige by calling upojl vf and paying tkeir subscriptions as early as possible. Th* sum of 5s. per quarter (paid in ad vance) is in itself Sf:aUt but iv/ien tiny number of these remain unpaid is not only inconvenient to vs, but, when left till aunlJw quarter^ appears more in' convenient for our subscribers to pay. It. A. COWTON, KAMI,. IBWIN.
BOWEN. November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
BOWEN. November 5. News bis been received from Hitohinbrook Island. 1 Tho search party have captured a black fellow, from whom information was obtained to (lie effect that four white men were on the Island ; and n white woman bad died some time ago. Tiiejr alao found indications of the work of white men in the camps. Blankets, &e., wero given (o the black fellow. The blacks are very shy.
ARRIVAL OF PRINCE ALFRED [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867
ARRIVAL OF PRINOB ALFRED We take the following, with reference to die. nnivnl at Adelaide of H. It. H Prince Alfred from the Adelaide telegram* of the Gyfqey Morning Herald ^- ' - Adelaide, Wednesday. 1 pjn. The Galntea arrived this morning at8.SO. She left the Cape of Good Hope on the Sod October; sighted 110 land daring her passage i the bad westerly wind) all die voyage. The only vessel spi ken wa* thejnail andra, which waited onelioar for (be Prf»D«°S letters. Tlie Galatea«eltttfcfl her Own anchor age 08 Glenelg, having missed both the Bear, trice and pilot boat. The Prince's equebitsare Lieutenant Hay, R.K., and die Hon. Eliot Yorke. Lord Newry end Mr. Brierlysrewlth him as friends. The Duke landed primely this morning, proceeding to Government House- The official entry takes place tomor row. Bonfires ere to be lighted on the htlle tu night, and the general illumination take* place to-morrow night. There is nothing known yet as to the probable duration of the Prince's stay. The...