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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Before the Police Magistrate and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Before the Police Magistrate W. 0. Balls, Esq., J.P.1 Winstone v. Doherty.-1TJie decision in tbli case, which waa heard on Tursday Inst, tiie 6th inat., and the report of which ap peared in nor last issue, wai referred until M-day, The Bench gave judgment that they had no jurisdiction, inasmuch aa the defendant was not a resident of this colony, and the court bad no power to adjudicate ivbere it could not compel judgment. Fiitgerald v. Hobson.-Thia was an action brought under the Master and Servant's Act f»r £2 6i. 9d., balance of wages due. Mr. Olenham appeared for the pUiati&T. From tbe evidence it appeared that the defendant engaged two ineu aa quarrymeu at the rate of 7a. per day, in the presence of tho plain tiff. He then told the plaintiff to go to work along with them, which he di<l, under the impression that he was to get the same rate of wages. The defendant now wanted, to pay him at the rate of 4s. per day. T...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

LATiiST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (.From the Tlriebane ftaperi.) MARYBOROUGH. November II. The quartz reef reported discovered sumo I dnya ago is turning out well, as also the Kinking on tho flat. The diggers-say they linre found the; " Mother «f gold." j Parties are arriving daily from all quar ters, but man; arc doing uo good. j November 12. There are from two thousand to two thou-, j saud five hundred men on the ground at I Gympio Creek, and the diggings arc cun. | bidcrcd a permanent thin;;. Sonic exceedingly rich quarts lias bcou got by some, whilst at the same time num bers of men are said to be absolutely starv ing, and there is danger of the stores being rubied and pluudtred. Many liar? arrived without i shilling in their pocU'tf, mid have done, to pooj since thoir arrival. Tlit! trv I t pi.itol cummiiiiiciti'Jn nilli FJrir-1>a^" i 1 ud and ai'^rr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

Antuiote MR Voisoti,-Sweet oil, according to the American A r tit an. is an antidote for poison. It says lliat "a poison of tuy con ceivable description and degree of potency, which lias boon swallowed, intentionally or by accidcnt, way be rendered instantly halm less by swallowing two gills of sweet oil. An individual with a very strong constitution should take twice the quantity. This oil will neutralise evory form of vcfutuble or mineral (loi.on with whigh physicians and chemists are iicquainled." Itoieilisenttnfs. PUBLIC NOTICI5. NOTICE is hereby given, that in ac cnnlancc With Section 15 of 29 Vic., No. 12, (Registration of Electors Amendment Act), all open Court will be held by the Jus tices il> Petty Sessions, at the COURT HOUSE, Warwick, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th December next, for the purpose of ex amining the IXECTORAL ROLLS in force within the Felice District of Warwick. D. M. SINCLAIR, 1'olice Magistrate. Court Home, Warwick, Nov. 15th. 1867. 3C8 To I'ulilicaus and (Ithc...

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ADELAIDE. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

ADELAIDE. November 11* i The civic liiinqiiet l<> 1 lie Prince was . | ^'innil affair, six hundred guests bi'lng prc i sunt. The l'rince attended Divine \v<nslii|> on bvsrd tliff Gnlaied on Suniiiiv. lit will leave for Urn Lakes tu-niunuw, where lie intends staying; a week. He lms postponed hie departure to Mel I Imtuns to tbe 20lh instant. I | November 12. The I'rince arrived at the Lakes to-day, i and embarked mi board tlic Queen, steamer, t'i make inspection of them, Be will roust I I likely rcluru at the end of the week.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY NOVBMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY NOVBMBER 12. After some formal business, Mr. DOUGLAS preaeutcd a petition from eevciflJ inhabitants of the Darling Downs, praying tlint their interests might be specially I considered in framing any new Land Bill; and | also a petition from a number of residents of Ailora, praying that commonage rights might be secured to them in any new Land Dill. Both petitions were received, Oo the motion of the COLONIAL TBISA SURER, leave was given to introduce a bill lor tsluug n ccnstis of the population In 1808, , The undermentioned bills were read a third time and passed, on the motiou of Mr. LIlLJSY via.Th-j Joinder and Eevivor bill, (ho Statute of Frauds and Limitation Bill, the Evidence and DtecoverT Bill, and the Oaths Bill. The SECfiiiTAilV fur WOftKS tnored a resolution to the effect that it is desirable to complete s<> much of tho new Houses of Par liameut m will afford accommodation to both House* uf Parliament. The resolution was supported...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. PER THE P. & O CO'S STEAMER GEELONG. NEWS TO OCTOBER 15. ADELAIDE, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

ARR I V A L j OF TltE I ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. L'RU Till! I'. & O CO'8 STEAJ1KU UEELONG. NEWS TO OCTOBER IS. ADELAIDE, NOVUUIBW12. i The Alexandra left St. George'6 I Sound on the night of the 8th, and I arrived at Adelaide at 7'20 p.m. lo ! day. ! The Get-long left Galle on the 23rd, encountered strong head winds, and ] [ arrived at the Sound on the evening j I of the 8th. She brings news to the j 15th Ociobfir, mid would leave on the 9ill inst, for Melbourne. !

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THE RUST IN WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

THE RUST IN WHEAT. \(To the Editor of the Examiner and Timce.) Fir,-I cannot let (his question of rust in whontdrnp yet; it iff of so much importance to the district of Warwick and the Downs ffenurftllj. We sfionld not ho discouraged growine wbent until wc have given it a fair 1 trial. If the question of rust in wheat be well discussed at the meetings of the Horti* cultural and Agricultural Association b-fore next seed time, norao information may be found that may at least partly prevent the mat. I believe* wheat crowing will still sue ! cced if planted on the «oil< bert fitted for it. i and proper attention be paid to the rotation of ctopi. Some farmers act on the principle of h&i ing only two ciops- wheat and ii"i e, and inaire and wheat, and so ou to the end of tiino, but (he proper system of farming is dif ferent. For example, suppose a farmer lias i fifty acres nf land. The first year he sows ten acres of wheat, ten act oh of mafze. ten acres nf oats, stid la...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

GENEUAL SUMMARY. LONIM.N, September 20. j Her Majesty if staying at Balmoral, j I and her health is improving. | The Princess uf Walct is at Wies- , ' baden. ! The Anglican Church Conference , has assembled. Eighty bishops were . present at theopuning. The proceedings are nut allowed to he published. Parliament is convened for Noveni- J : bcr. I i New revelations respecting Trades' j I Union outrages, showing the existence I of a rciga of terror amongst the briclt I makers, have come to light, j Vigorous measures to secure the success of the Abyssinian expedition have been taken. | I The Fenians in Manchester rescued ' ttvo of their leaders from the hands of! the police. In the struggle, one con- | stable was shot. ! Several shocking murders have taken place in England during the month. The St. Leger was won by Achieve ment. The great boat race has been won by S&ddlier. Roberts has been elected president of the Fenian conference. ' The Italian press has commenced to ' advoca...

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Agricultural. WINE AND WINE-MAKING ON THE DARLING DOWNS. No. II. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

j^giitultunil. WINE AND WINE-MAKING ON i THIS DARLING DOWNS. No. II. {To the Editor of the Examiner and Times*) The cexl anil most important requisite of wine making is a good cellar. My collar is in tho shlo of a hill, nix feet under ground, j built Willi iroiibnrli slabs and shingled with tho tamo, die roof just above ground, and covered with evergreen creepers, au<1 planted round with fruit trees, with a verandah | covered the same way. A well is close to j the collar fur the nee of cleaniug casks, See, with a garden engine. 1 enn always keep Ibc cellar al a proper temperature. In hot Weather the temperature should be about 60 to 65 degrees. The next thing to be considered is fcrnien. talion. When the jciico (if the grape has undergone tho fermenting process, wine is formed. Wino is the result of the sugar contained in iho crape juice being converted into alcohol, and the wine is strong in pro portion to Hie amount of sugar « hie h the juir.o oontaini. The process whic...

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STEAM COMPANIES. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

STEA.M COMPANIES. (7V> tie Editor cf the Examiner end Timet.) SIR,-I have read with considerable attention all the letters in the Sydney i Morning Herald from the Shareholder in the 1 A 8. N, Company and the .Shareholder in the Q. 8. N. Company, find as I oin perhaps more competent than etiher of thorn to give a calm and dispassionate opinion upon the subject I purpose troubling you with a few remarks. 1 will fit-fit premise that I Am not&Shnro holder i;i either Company, hut one who has lost more money in eteam titan perhaps any indi vidual in this Ci'louy. I have therefore no in teiest whatever on either side, hut an earnest desire fur the welfare of both, and aUo of that vcrj* sagacious body known as the public. I regret exceedingly tiie p«rsoual epiiit which cbftt acfeiisee tiie*D letter*, and although I can sympathise with each in the desire to protoct its own interest, yet no real good will foe accomplished by one throwing out hard words arm evil insinuations ngninst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

THE femhtcr anlr Cimts IS PUBLISHl?D IN WARWICK Every MTUBUIV n«R«INfl, In time for the Outgoing nail*. The pmount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLIlfGB |»r quarter, in a)! cases in advance. Single copies, B1XPLKCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVEB. TI6INQ a. -I. Two linei 1 0 Four do. 2 0 Six in. S G Eiglii d.» 3 O Every additional six lines or under It, DISCOD'.T On 18 coDseeutire insertions 80 per cent. SO " 93 " All Advertisements must specify on their bee Iba nnmber of times they are In lie in serted; if pent til without 'lii* specification, such advertisements will lie inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Adraniscments must be uut in not iator (ban 8 )> in. on Pridnyn. Orders lor withdrawal or ulteration musl be written. Non-subscribers' advertisements must be |>aid for previous In insertion. Hauisges, Births, ana Ueoths, Ss. per Iniertioa. AGRNT IN PYDNF.V Messrs Gordon and Gkitch, George-street AGENTS IN URISBAKE: Mr. 0. D. tfAnnisoit, fi(uiioni:r&...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

(farniim- milr fetes. I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1867. We have to hand a pamphlet by P- j It. Gordon, Esq., Inspector of Sheep, j Sydney, on " Fencing as a means of ? improving our pasture lands." The present agitation in regard to the much-vexed question of a suitable land bill, as welt as the locality which we represent, demand from us more than a passing glance at this pamphlet-a resume and critique of which we would now place before our readers. In his preface the author modestly assumes to himself the place of a ventilator of this matter, and not that of a mere dogmatizer-declaring his theory to be accomplished fact in parts of Australia, and inviting the sceptical to a use of their own eyes on the banks of the Murray. The first part of the pamplet relates to Fencing as applicable to sheep farm ing." Having shown in a clear manner the rise and progress of the " tailing" by day and folding by night system) the author, with a good deal of general ship, boldly advances to the attack...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

Needs. Meeds. Seeds. MOST varied and Extensive Stock, l'riccs fur .belnw nny otlict Establish nwnt. At the new warehonao nf 130 PAVIU CLARKE. I T ONDON & Laksashire InSueance I JLl COMPANIES. * Ciuef OFFICES : Leadenhall-strect, London, CAPITALS: Fire, CI,000,000. Life, CIOO.OOO. NEW SOOTH WALKS BBANC0. LOCAL Boabd. The Hsn. A. M'Artliur George Alfred Lloyd, Esq. George Wigram Alkn, Esq. John Krager, E,q. A. II. C. Macafeo, Esq. Medioal OrrtcsR: P. Sydney Jones, Esq., M.D., F.B.C.9. StmvBTOBt G. A. Mansfield, Esq. B»uu: Bank of New South Wales. FIRB4COMPANY. - Insurances granted j covering losses caused by lighting and ex I plosion of Gas. LIFE COMPANY.-Assurances subject to | liberal conditions. Rates and all information on application to ! W. II. MACKENZIE. Jun., Agent for New South Wales. Agent for Brisbane-UENBT RICHARDS, SC. Pitt-street, Sydney. 42 ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY (Fibb ABD LIFE), OP LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. Capital, £2,000.000. Vnndi In bond to meet claim*, 1 £800...

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GLENELG. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

GLENELG. {From our own correspondent.) Lobt IN Tiik liusu.-A poor woman named Mr#. Horn, who lias been silly for the last els years, went away from her Iiut on (lie 3rd iu«t., during I he temporary absence uf her husband from home,and although every search has been made by twelve men, in cluding eight intelligent blacks, she is still nut found, and it is feared tnuit have prritliad ere this, 'i'lic poor Woman was in the habit of hiding from miyone she saw, end it is supposed has been as anxious to to avoid those luokinc for her, a« they were to find her. It is supposed that she has carefully avoided walking on any place where her track could be seen, as the blacks only found her track on the Bth in one place ten miles from her hut. Oil tho same night she went to n hut, where, unfortunately, ibeie was only one man. Ue^placcd some thing to cat before tier, ami took advantage of the time to run a few hundred yards to where another man was camped, but ou his return in tiva or three minu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

WOOLCOTTS PKCIOR.lt BAi.SAM IS the best remedy for Coughs Colds, Shortneen of Breath, Hoarseness Aatlimn, Influenza, &c. 'X'iiia preparation, containing no deleterious inpnsiifents, ivijl be found equally lienvBciul to all constitution* from youth to old nge. Hold in UoUles at 2a od A 3s Gd each. VEGETABLE APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS, Being composed of purely vegetable ingre dient*, will lie found a *>afe and valuable remedy for Bilious mid Liver CoiuplMnt«, In* dijre»tion, Loj* of Appetite, Flatulency, Acidity, He&daclic, &c., &c. In Boxesi Is Od and 2s Od eacb. PREPARED 0\TLY BY 3EL C* W©«C(0W9 DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST m DRUGGIST, ((Jcenaeit by the (Inrenaland Medical Boardi) corheb of PALM ERIN & VICTORIA STREETS WARWICK. 145 THIS new and valuable preparation of QUlNlNli U paiticulnriy recom. mended an A stomachic, and as a powerful tunic in nervous debility, weakness, dcc., &c. H. C.lifOOlLCOTT, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIS...

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ROCKHAMPTON. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

ROCK HAMPTON. November 11. | S.ituiMny was observed aa a partial holt* j day in iiunctr Hie Prince of Wales' Birthday. There was »m excursion by railway, which w.»s vtvf (mcce^aful, A r.rickct match was playpil nt Gfftccmrro Oetuwn the Hock- > hariipton and BukIi Clul>9, Hie former win ning by ton wickets t.i spate. Some of the Government offices were c|yiie<l to-day.

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THE PRINCE AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

THE PRINCE AT ADELAIDE. There were nearly eight hundred persona at the Subscription Ball on Wednesday night, at the Tuh'o Halt. The Prince arrived at 10 o'clock, end opened the ball With Mr*. Ham lay; Inter in the evening, by the orderi of Hie Bnyal Uighuess, his piper entered the room and played . Scotch reel, the Prince daucing villi Mrs. Smile; ae this was unex pected it csusrd great etithuainpm H<a Royal UiglinesB tuolc dnwn ttra. Sautter to supper, and before leaving propoted, in pul"Bietic terms, the health of Ilia Excel lency Sir Dominic Daly, who wi absent through iniHfpnsj^n. 7he aupperand ante, rooms were iiiostroiiUtifully decorated; and altogether the bait was a marked euccesa. 'ihe Prince lunched yeaterday at Uraee'e Hotel, Kapanda, when the Mayor propwd (he health of the Queen, the Prince of Wales, and Prince Alfred, to which Hie U'tyu! Illghneee responded, faeinp tremend ously cheered; Some of the goesU caused g eat amusement by singing " For he'e a jolly g...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

NOTICE. We beg to remind thoie .>/tur tubsnihera who have. nor yet paid their subset iptions for the present quarter t thnt the next Quarter of this journal tvill commence an the Wth Novfimbvr, and they taiU oblige by culling upon us ontf paying their *ith$cr!>)ti.ins <is early aa yoasthle. The sum of 5$. j>er quarter (paid in ad. itance) is in itself email, but tenen any number of these, remain unpaid is not only inconvenient to t/j, but, when left till awithtr quarter, appears more in' ] convcuicnt for our subscribers to pay. I It. A. COWTON, I SAMJJ. mWIN. TO ADVERTISERS We would say that the largely in creased circulation which we have lately obtained is a sufficient proo o( the good medium which thi' Journal affords to advertisers. Parties wishing to become subscribers will please forward their names and addresses to the Office, Albert-street.

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SYDNEY. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

SYDNEY. H.M.S Oiiidlunjjcr has .-ailed on a cruiae off the const The Governor jirfisldcd on Saturday ewo*, in j at a p«nny ivadm?, ant? delivered (in «'X» 1 ccllcnt «dilreMa on the focucfitB tw be derived | from the c,ir1y*closing movement. ? Policc-Sergenut Orridifc has bectJ seriously j injured by his horse falling with him. Prince Alfred id to remnin nuotber week , in Adelaide. ! The ljpni y<-plcniay was tremendous; | IhHi fir<».s in eveiy direction. November 12. A [rllldiC UH2Gliii£ WAS liC'M tO-4«y ] i to deriRp suitable means for the reception j i of fl.lt.H. Prince Alfred. j

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

COMMERCIAL. LONDON* October 15. Money is easy, first-class paper being negotiated at from 1 to 1£ per j cent. I The great plethora of money causes a dead lock in commercial matters; but there appears no moans of invest ing it safely, A violent reaction, bow ever, is shortly expected. Consols are quoted at from 94§ to 84£ Bank Stock is much depressed, and discounts are reduced to £ per cent. Australian securities are fluctuating 1 in price. Latest quotations for deben tures were as follows:-New South Wales 95 to 99; Queensland, 91} to 99J; Victorian, 112Jto 113J. The half year's profits ot the Batik or England are computed at £629,000. A dividend of 4J per cent, has been declared. The Bank of Australasia has de clared a dividend or £10 10s. on its shares. Reports of the American grain crops are favorable. Howitt and Co., cotton brokers, have failed. Their liabilities are estimated at £240,000.

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