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LATEST SPECIAL. London, Oct. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
LATEST SPECIAL. London, Oct. 15. I Troops are being concentrated in the north of England, in consequence of! apprehensions of a Fenian outbreak. | Fifty men have been arrested at j I Manchester, charged with Fenianism. j The insurrection in the Papal States is spreading. It causes great uneasi ness in London and Paris- j The Oriental Bank has declared a I dividend of six per cent. I The first detachment of the expedi tion for Abyssinia has left Aden. The revenue for the quarter amounts to fifteen millions. The Reform League has published | a manifesto denouncing the Italian ! Government, and sympathising with | Garibaldi. . Further Fenian outrages have been ! committed in London aud Sheffield. The steamer Surat has been wrecked off the coast of Japan. The passen gers aud crow were saved. Lord Derby denies that he has any intention of resigning. Lord Stanley admits that the political ] horizon is very cloudy, but hopes that' the good sense of European rulers and peoples will prevent ...
The Story Teller. THE REIVER'S CRAG. A SCOTTISH TALE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
jSlorjj ^tdcr. THE REIVER'S CRAG. A SCOTTISH TAIE. CHAPTER I. Hid away in (lie loveliest part of Perth. aliire, nestling among tbe often -sung Ujasw of BalquhMtiei, lies Lnch Voel, upon tb.i shores of which Hob Hoy Hvctl and diet]; anit where, in the quiet lonely kiiUynrd rests "Clan Aipiii'g UJIJOII and her aid." There are M'Gregors still la the clach&n of lia'.qubi Uer, M'Gregors who speak with pl'ntcniug eye and heightened color of the chuck, fltirt awuugtt wbotn no tules are so papular fis (hose which treat of the will days when the clan with the "name nameless by day" was at once the Icr rpr and protection of the country. Every | child knows the story of (he feuds between | the M'Larcns ant! M'Gregiir*, and how the1 Stewarts of Appin, cmning to help (heir kins men, were met by the clansmen at the - cltchan, where Boh Iioy challenged any otie of Appin to single combat, eager, by even tsch ponont! hatari, to arorl tbe liorrors of a battle. They will tell TOO too, how the ...
Local Intelligence. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
fotal Jntelligrncf. TO COBIIE6PONDENTS. " AMIOUB."-We muxt decline to insert any more communications on the i-uliject of (he Warwick Hospital, as wc intend to adhere tn our decision stated iu last week's issue.-K. K. will please accept the tume rtplanutiuu. *' J. O'D."-Send private address tliat we niay communicate with you. We understand that the Rev. J. T. Botting has received intimation from the Bishop that he will not be removed till after Christmas, so that he will be able to spend the Advent season and Christmas in this district. The quarterly sittings of the District Court will commence on Mon- j day next, the 18th inst., when the fol- ; lowing criminal cases will be heard: John Gillespie (on bail), for man slaughter; J. B. Pease, uttering a; valueless cheque; Simon Agusteena and Michael Dwan, (on bail), cattle stealing. On Tuesday the Civil Cases will commence, and will be as fol lows : Kelioe v. Cani, money lent, £125 G Mitchell v. Cani, meat suld, .1113 (i Peaso v. Woolcot...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. Mr. CLARtt moved-" That in the opinion of this 1Jousts it is not udviaable to deprive the inhabitants of Warwick of the IcHer-car* rier at present emploj'cd in tlmt town." He snid he did not aek for anything fresh for the town or Warwick, hut only that the acrvicus j of nn officer already there might be vctainid. He did tint so much desiro that a letter carrier might be retained there, as that some one should be .upp'iintod to render the Postmaster assistance in discharging: hi* duties, and cspe cialty in suttinp tiicnmiU. Ho hoped that no ! oppositicu would be offered to the motion, as he emild assure hon. members that he only I nsUcd for what was absolutely necessary, j Mr. MACKENZIE said he was sorry to aae t!:at hoi) members wero not disposed to assist the Government in their desire for retrench ment. He was ossured by the Po«tmaster&lt; General that a letter Carrier nt Warwick was useless, for he really had nothing to do there, and was not wanted. He...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
WOOL SALES. i The sales terminated on the 21st. The total number of bales catalogued was 143,000i The attendance was good, and prices were equal to the average rates ob tained at the May sales. Late rates for scoured wools were fully maintained. flic New Zealand clip was very saleable, whilst South Australian wools were rather dull. Best fleeces are unaltered in price. Inferior wools were dull of sale, and in some instances are disposed of at a re duction of one penny per lb. Manufacturers of woollen goods, though fully employed, will only buy to supply immediate wants. Cotton is higher and in steady de mand at existing rates.
DARING HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
DARING HEROISM. Daring ttio roccnt expedition uf the Arracso to recover the missing Europeans of the An daman Islands, the party landed, after dis covering tlio graves of the captain and (even seamen, whom tliey wcro sent to look for, and if possible to aid, bad to make their way back to the steamer through a surf which store in the boats. Tbey constructed a raft; but no aooner a wave came than everybody on It was washed off i only tt few could swim. " While in this critics! and very dangerous (iradica ment," snjrB ? correspondent, " Dr. Campbell Douglas showed ail (be qualities of a real hero. Being an eiccllcnt swimmer, and possessing great boldness and courage, be swam after the drowning men. Twice was Lieutenant Much, the commander of the party, washed off the ran, and while struggling in tlse rolling waves, Dr. Douglas flew to his icscne. and brought him buck safe to the raft. Similarly Mr. Dunn, the clmf officer of 'be Arracan, was sinking, confused and overcome by the surging...
LAND LEGISLATION. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
IiAND LEGISLATION. (From the Guardian,) A large portion of the public mid pruts of this colony i> ao fmlmcd with prejudices against the pastoral interest, tint any legisla tion on the land qnestion, which is not Jiosi ; tively inimical to the squatters, is unlikely to I be functioned. The apparent olject of all who have taken the aulijcct in hand lias lieeu to settle an agricultural population throughout this colony, quits forgetting to take into con sideration the inapplicability of a considerable i portion of the lands to such a purpose, A vast proportion of our lands will never be available for aught but fqusttiiig pursuits. Why, then, should those who are williug to develope such lands be debarred from doingso ? The country cannot possibly gain anything by holding them bach front the only class ever likely to turn them to profitsble account. The present sys tem of leasing is eminently unsatisfactory. It deters the station holders from expending capital on their runs: and the ...
THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
THE MEW STAMP DUTIES. The following duties arc payable under the i new Stamp Act, which came into operation on . the 1st November la«t£ s. d. Draft! and Promittory Weta- 1 For every £50 and under, and | every fractional part of £50above 0 1 Oi Bille vf Etthangt.-(single) ditto. ditto 010 Ditto Foreign (if drawn In acta of | two or mnro), each, f-»fr every £50 0 0 6 Receipts.-Fur all sums of 20s. and upwards, each .. .. .. 0 0 1 Cheguet or Orders.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 X Bank Notu,-For every £100 of tbe average annaual circulation 6 0 0 Deedt of Conveyance of Property* Forevery£50 and under ~ ©76 Above, and not exceeding £100 .. 0 15 0 For every fractional part of £100 above .« ... .. .. 0 15 0 AgrttmtnU -Of tbe value of *!5 &lt;iud upwards 0 2 6 A'ote.-Whei-o loiters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 5«. Bills of Lading,-~i>r copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agen...
WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
I WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. I HAILS CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich. Allora, Spring Creek, Draylon nnd 'JVowoomba, on ttaudays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 6 p.m Maryland and the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, at 7 30 a.m. and on Thursday*, at 380 p in. Tatgai lU'cf, Leybiirn, Western Creek and Gaondiwindt, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N D. betters &lt;fcc. for Glenel#. Warroo, Fikedufe, Gleniyon, Texas, and Fraxers Creek* are for warded by this mail. MAILS ariuye FBOH Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Diajtm and Toowoawbaon Tuesdays, Thurs* days, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Maryland ou Tuesdays at 1 p.m. aad oil Saturdays, at 6 p ro. Tatgaf Keef. Lcyliurn, and Western Creek oo Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony hearing an insufficient tinmher of stamps on are pent to the General Post-office to he opened and returned to the writers; as ftUo letters re potted bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced Letters are ...
GYMPIE CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867
GYMPIE CBEEK DIGGINGS. The road from Brisbane to the diggings is described to us by a traveller who recently passed that way as something frightful-to footmen and horsemen a fearful journey- to &nbsp; drays all but impassible. All sorts of schemes have to be resorted to, to drag the laen drays up the steeps, but the lowering them down again is the more difficult feat. Ropes run &nbsp; &nbsp; round trees have to be attached to the drays, and hand over hand the drays lowered, whilst men bear a hand with guy ropes to prevent &nbsp; &nbsp; the whole toppling down some sidling. Not &nbsp; withstanding all precautions a good many horses have been injured. Nobody that has &nbsp; been once, we are assured, will make the journey again. They will be fools to attempt it, when there is a splendid road of fifty odd miles to this port. The last three days have been eventful, for &nbsp; a somewhat extraordinary accession to our popula...
Agricultural. WINE AND WINE-MAKING ON THE DARLING DOWNS. No. III. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
Agricultural. WINE AND WINE-MAKING ON THE DAUL1KG DOWNS. No. III. (To the fiditot of the fitautiner and Timet.) All have before stated, everything per Uining to wine making should be very clean. When the wine is racked off, the empty casks should be unheaded and well scrubbed uul willi a scrubbing-brush. A coaling of lime nhuuld then be put on the inside of the ca*ks and lefi in Tor 21 horns, when they should get another good scrubbing out, aid be put away with the heads out until wanted. A enopcr should be employed to head up the casks. When wanted they should be ac^ldcd out. Let them be tbo roughly dry before burning & sulphur match in them, or the wine will be likely to have a sulphur taste. Tliey should he rinsed with brandy, as before stated. After the wiue is fined down (a dozen eggs broken up in a can and mixed up with some of the wine and put into the casks will Gnu it down quickly, and be sufficient for one hogfliead), rack it off into clean casks, and add a gallon ...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Mr. WALSH called the attention to the fact that a vessel had arrived in Maryborough with South Sea Islanders, and that he had been informed of the absolute necessity of some superv Uion being exercised by the Gov* eminent over such importations. The COLONIAL SECRETARY admitted the necessity, and stated that, at bin instance, a bill had been in*iodueed into the other House for the purpose, and the regulations were oearlf ready for promulgation as soon as the bill hod paused. In retily to Mr. Bell, the SECRETARY for LANDS stated that (he Government were not awAre that persons who had taken upland under the angar and coffee regulations, and who were also growers of cotton, considered it a hardship that they are not permitted to pay iheir rent in cotton bonus land orders; nor did the Goveiumer.t see Any reason why the arrangement for payment in ca6h should departed from. Mr. MUJSS carried a motion for granting a aura of £100 toward* a (School o...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. After some papers had been laid en (be table by Ministers, Hr. ARCI1ER presented a petition from one Mr. 8tab1e, but a* tbe document was found to contain an alluaion to a debate which bad taken place in the House, it was ruled to be insdmisible. Mr. GROOM presented a petition from certain farmers and others, resident on tbe Dirling Downs, praying that in any new Land Bill, that district might be specially considered. Mr DOUGLAS moved tbe adjournment of the House Cur tbe purpose of calling attention to tbe want of police protection at the Canal Creek diggings, the miners complaing that their claims were being rushed by a number of Celestials who possessed no Diners' rights, whereas, at Talgai diggings the necessary protection was afforded. After some discus sion, the motion was withdrawn, iUE HEW LAND BILL. The House then went Into committee for the further consideration of the Crown Land*' Alienation Bill, commencing at clause 7. Ibis cla...
Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
|hrliaiuctUar!t Juklltptc. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TCESDAT NOVEMBER 14. A BUI to give the force of la* to ltegula> lions fur Controlling the Introduction and Treatment of Polynesia Laborers, and a Bill Co Facilitate the Improvement of Landed Property iti Queensland, wtre, «»n the motion of the lion. Dr. HOBBS, respectively road a first lime. The Electoral Districts Bill, the Common Law ProcesH Bill, the Common Law Pleading Hill, the Act* Shortening Bill, and the Legis lative Asfrcinhlv Bill, were passed through committee without any important amend ments. The Constitution BUI was pat into oin* mittoe. and new clauses introducing the pro* viaions of thepresent Constitution Act, with regard to (he appointment uf Judges of the Supreme Court, their removal from tlieir offices op addresiies of the two Houses, and their sal aries were inserted on the motion of the P>e* sident. Several other amendments were in troduced, aud the House adjourned till Wed nesday.
A STRANGER'S VISIT TO THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
A STRANGER'S VISIT TO THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. fCOMMUNICATED.1 Hiving ioiiis (hurt time bask an evening on mr handi. I rea-lved to upend it In the above attguit "Houieand bein* duly admonished to "b ild my wheenht" by the liferied official guarding I be doorway, in whom I rec^ni^cd . (m of tb&lt;t noted ruoe aaid to be Rtficd with tbe ' blarney." I took iny neat in (he gallery(?J with that gravity of dedorum, which tradi tional rcfrird bad iinpreaaed upon iny mniinry from rarl'M reoullecliiim at tlefittiugly due to that m^jeity of importance, poauoed by tbe reputed highlit privilege ever ooncerfed liy a ajvenign to hi* aubjecta, via:-a parliament. > The isBa'orial dinner being jnit orer aud i honorable member* teeth aafely picked, the Houie began to All rapidly on both aidei of tbe Speaker! chair. I do not think I ought to beg pardon in alightly digreaaing at tliia particuleijuncture, by requeitlng to know the »ddrei« of the parliamentary uphobterer, tor I urge that tbe tba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
L E A: fi P E B BIN 8' * ; ^WSEBATBB WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, DBCLABED BT CoinrOtSSEffM TO BE TBI OWiiV SIOOD HA.CCJ2. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. THE Bubcew" of this most delicious unrivalled Condiment having caused certain dealers to apply the am of * Worces tershire 8(roee"'t9. their own "inferior com pounds, thePabWis hereby informed that the only way to secure the genuine, is to auk Cor ' LEA A^KRRINS' 6AU0K. and to see tbat^ir nunei an upon the »r«f per. lahtls, «lo»«V*'jd bottU. gome of ttj$*Jbieign markets taring been supplied nitbrafariouB Worcestershire.Sauce, upon the wnepMT sod label* of which the names of Lea «nS' Perrine have been is.rged, t. and P. give pbtioe that they bavp fnraished their correspOMtots with power pf attorney to take instant ffioceqdmga against, Jfanw* TIIER .*. r;' "OjiSlMENT. , OK./' .1 aqjgeont *nd seed leal ,tbe uuparallod anti '-|g properties of this itjon It*, we in Mm, wi the .throughout the " weA itscura . the loonies of vrM(h underlie se, and neutra...
METEOBOLOGICAI, OBSERVATIONS. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
METEOBOLOGICAI, OBSERVATIONS. WABWIOK. The following arc the readings of the barometer and thermometer Cor the patt week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily B»BciMr.Tcn. THERMOMETER. MAX. KIN. S«'nM»7 ,, £8422 .... £90 .. 66 0 Monday .. S3 434 .... 650 .. 650 Tae«d«y .. 23589 .... 800 .. 500 Wedneuty .. 28 489 .... POO 50D ThuridlJ £85ni .... 610 .. 47'0 Friday .. SH'CIt R7-Q .. 47 f> : JUinfjIl .in'- last nil.
THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The following dotios ere payable under the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last£ a, d. Drafts and Promiuory Notts. For every £60 and under, and every fractional part of £60 above 0X0 Billt of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto 0 1 0 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or more), each, fur every £60 0 0 C Receipts.-For all earns of 20s. and upwards, each 0 0 1 Cheques or Orders.-Ditto, Ditto OOl Dank Notes.-For every £100 of the average annaual circulation 8 0 0 Deeds of Conveyance of Properly. For every £60 and under .... 0 7 6 Above, and not exceeding £100 .. 0 16 0 For every fractional part of £100 above 0 15 0 Agreements.-Of tlie value of £6 and upwards 0 2 6 AW.-Whore letters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of tliem to be stamped witb a duty of 6s. Dills of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent .. 0 0 6 Leases, or Agreements for Leases wh...