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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
NOTICE. We beg to remind our sttb tcribers and friends that our ac countt for the quarter ending 8 th November are being delivered, and tee shall feel obliged by a settle ment at their earliest convenience. The circulation of this Journal I'laving largely increased, and circu lating as it docs in all parts of the Downs, it offers the best medium for ADVERTISING. R. A. COWTON, SAML. IRWIN.
WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
! WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. HilU CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Greek, Drayton and Toowoomba, on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8 p.m. Maryland »nd the Northern Districts of Now South Wales on Mondays, at 7'30 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 3*80 p.m. Taipei Beet Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondiwindi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.D. Letters &c, for Glenelg. Warroo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Frazers Creek, are for warded by thiB mail. MAILS abbivb FROM Brisbane. Ipswich. Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowooinba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Maryland ou Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and ou Saturdays, at &lt;i p.m. TaJgai Beef, Leyburn, and Western Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are soot to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters re-poitcd bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced Letters are re...
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. [Before His Honor Judge Shepherd.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. (Before Hie Honor Judge Shepherd.] The Court was opened at 10 o clock this morning. WIDMAK w, THORNTON. This action wan brought to recover £200 damages for illegally entering plaintiff 'a land, pulling down and destroying his house, nni forcibly ejecting his wife and children, M». Oxentmu) appeared for the plaintiff; Mr. Fuller for the defcudant. 11 appeared froui the evidence that plaintiff ftnma years ago purchased land on Evans* Flat fiom the Grown, and mortgaged it to hi* biotliur.in-law. It afterward* panned Into the bands of Clark and Co., who released U from a mortgage of £140 held by Mr, Kates, of Ail'ira. The plaintiff owed between £380 and £400 to the Ann of Clark and 0&lt;». for goo Is received, and not having paid .the amount, the prope ty was sold by that firm to Mr. Thornton for £200, on the understand ing that a deed of conveyance was to be signed by the plaintiff, and that he was to b& released from all liability to the firm. T...
ROCKHAMPTON. November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
ROCKHAMPTON. November 16. i GrifGu was brought into town yetterday. Oo Thursday belt bo will be brought up et tlie.Pgllc* Court. November 19. A tire commenced thin morning at tlie corner of Denham and Eaat alreelb, by wliicli thirteen idiops were destroyed-from Ruther ford's, the tobacconist, to HiiEcii, tlio hair dresser's, and including the Albion Hotel. Mr. F. F. Budden, draper, is the heaviest loser. The amount of his stock uuiusuied is estimated at £5000. Tiie other losaet of stock uninsured are estimated at £1000, canned chiefly by the injury sustained in the removal of (be goods. The value of the building* destroyed is unknown. The insurances effected in the Various offices are as follows:-Pacific, £200; Queens laud, 890; Sydney, 1100; London and Lan cashire, £000; total amount iusured, £2790.
TUESDAY, Nov. 19. CIVIL CASES. PEASE v. WOOLCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
TUKSIUY, NOV. 19. CIViL CASKS. I'liAfiU v. WOULCOTT. This cn.se »v»»u «"t of the wrest and prose cution of tin: plaintill some time *""'0 at the instance of the defendant, on (lie cliaige ol embezzlement. Mr. Oxci.lism *ns for the plaintiff; Mi. Gore Jones, instructed by Mr. I uller, lor the dt-f&lt;rn&lt;l:m&lt;. Tiio plaintiff. John Beaumont 1 ease, gate evidence as follows On the 17lli September lsU 1 was m rested lit the instr.nce of the defendant, and wan brought up before Dr. Sfnrgctts, J P., and W. C. Balls. >»q.. J.P.. who remanded uic on a point of law; oiienlly I was. brought before the loli^e Magistrate and C. 011' 1;, lCsq., J.l'.. who dis charged me; I euteieil inioa partnership with the defendant in April last relative to the col lection of some accounts for the Courier news pane., l,(i being then the agent for tins ills, tricti defendant told nib lie would give me half the conimlsnitfrt 011 whatever Minis I wonl.i collect? lie furnished inc ...
STEAM COMPANIES. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
STEAM COMPANIES (lb the Editor of the Examiner and Timet.) SIR,-I have read with considerable attention all the letters in the Sydney Morning Herald from the Shareholders the A. S. N. Company and the Shareholder in the Q. 6. N, Company, and as I am perhaps more competent than either of them to give ft calm and dispassionate opinion upon the vftdbject I purpose troubling y«m with a few jttftarks, ! 1 will first premteo that I am not a Share holder in either Company, butone who has lost more money in steam than perhaps any indi vidual in this colony. I have therefore no in terest whatever on either side, but &» earnest tiesire for the welfare of both, and also of that very sagacious body known as the public. Z regret exceedingly the personal spirit which characterises these letters, end Although t can sympathise with each in the desire to Erotect its own interest, yet »o real good will e accomplished by one throwing out hard words ana evil insinuations against the other. Such ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
. THfe femmer wAr ffimcs is PUBLISHED tN WARWICK JBverjr gJITDRBAV HOB NINO, la time Car (be Outgoing Hnlli, The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cages in .dranoe. Single oopies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING ?. 4. Two lines 1 0 row do. , s o . Sic do. 2 6 Eight dj. S 0 Ertrj additional sis lines or under Is. . Disoookt On 18 oonieoutive insertions SO per cent. « 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their face the number of times thov are to tie fat' aerted; if MUttn without this specification, aush advertisements will |i« inserted until countermanded, and charged for aooordingly. AH Advertisements roost be sent in not later than 6 p.m. en Fridays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be written. . Non-sobaoribers' adTertlsements mast be $»id for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Is. per (.Mrtfon. AGENT in SYDNEY Hew*. Oorfon and Goteh, George-street AGENTS tK BRISBANE: lir,Q, D. ILaaMios, Stationer Js News Agent, ...
Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
I femincr anir Cirnts. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1867. WE would call the special attention of our readers to the reports of the Par liamentary proceedings, particularly that on the New Land Bill, which will be found in another page. Until we read the result of the de bate upon this bill, we really shared the opinion of those who thought that no land bill would be passed this session. Upon the evening of the de bate Mr. CLASS carried, after a long discussion and hard fight, an amend ment on certainly the most important clause with which the House has had bitherto to deal. In order to place our readers in a position to understand this question thoroughly, we will in a few words give them the history of this, the 4th clause, as it now stands. 'ffrider the existing land law it would be impossible to. proclaim immediate free (election without suLjecting the Government to numerous actions at law, the cost of which would actually fail upon the country. As we cannot get free selection at once ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
Needs. Heeds. Needs. MOST varied and Extensive Stock. 1'riccK far bcluw any otlior Establish mciit. At the new warobonsc of 130 DAVID CLAEKE. LONDON & Lansashire iIhsueahce . COMPANIES. CHIEF OFFICES: Leadenhall-strect, London. CAPITALS: Fire, £1,000,000. Kiffe, C100,000. NEW SOUTH WALKB BRANCH. LOCAL BOARD, The Son. A- M'Artbur George Alfred Lloyd, Esq. George WIgram. Allen, Esq. John Kraior, Esq. A. II. 0. Macafeo, Esq. MEDICAL OFFICES: P. Sydney Jones, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.9. Edbvevob: 6. A. Mansfield, Eej. Banecbs: I Bank of New South Wales. FIEE COMPANY. - Insurances granted covering losses caused by lighting'and. ex plosion of Gas. LIFE COMPANY.-Assurances subject to liberal conditions. Rates end all information en application to W. H. MACKENZIE, Juu" Agent for Sew Booth Wales. Agent for Brisbane-HENBY B1CHABDS, 90, Pitt-street, Sydney. 42 OYAL INSURANCE COMPANY j (Fibe and Lira), OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. Capital, £2,000.000. FnndB In hand to meet claims, £800,000* FIBE ....
BALLOON SURVEY OF A STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
BALLOON SURVEY OF A STORM. Mr. II. Couwcll, tlie urouant, wrttes from Tottenham, on Saturday, as follows i-On Thursday evening laBt I ascended fruui tlie Crystal l'alece, and witnessed, during a tour into Berkshire. tbe peculiar formation of vapor and clouds which ended in one of the most disastrous storm^on record. The ascent was by private arrangement, and decided upon only an hour or two previously,-in fact, it was a trial trip with a new and very small balloon, tbe dimensions rf wliich, as compared ' to my larger ones, are as ] to 6 and 7. With 18,000 feet of gat only Captain Wondgatc, his brother, and myself ascended about G p.iu. The sky had become overcast during the infla tion, and a falling barometer indicated change, but there was time, I thought, before night fall, to journey and land safely, When we rose over ttio co&lt;itie transept the country southward was clear for many a mile distant. TowardB London, however, and down to the mouth of tbe Thataes, heavy vapor...
THE RING AT HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
THE RING AT HYDE PARK. Peers of the realm, members of the Houbs of Commons, judges,barristers,plutocrats from the city, clerks from tbc West-End Govern, ment offices, a well-known horse-dealer, trying to look as if he wore not " giving a show" of the horse lie is riding, for the beneGt of all the bystanders. See the thick, apparently im pervious, knot of equesuiaus gathered together at the entrance of tbc Row, and cynically scrutinising all tbc occupants of the carriages which run in triple 61c, are pacing between Hyde Park Corner and the Barracks. Here they come! First, the perfectly-appointed barouche of the Duchess of Pendragon, with its silver-wiggcd coachman and its powdered footman, audits splendid freight; her Grace herself, still the handsomest woman in London and her daughters, the Ladies Blanche *ud Clara Camelot, capital types of Saxon beauty " Falr-lifUred and ruddy as a winter's morn." Closely following is a cabriolet, a little over done in the smallness of its groom, a...
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Thursday last, when there were present-The Mayor, Aldermen Affleck, Bugden, Thornton, Crombie, ROES, and F. Morgan. The minutes pi the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The following correspondence was then retd:-(I) Copy ol' a letter from the Mayor to the Minister for Lands, calling attention to the fact that the road to the burial ground, Sandy Creek, Talgai, Leyburn, &c., had not yet been defined, and calling that minister's attention to the importance of having it done; (2) From Thomas Horsman, offering himself as a candi date for the office of rate collector; (3) From G. 11. Wilson and Co., informing the Council that the plants sent by Mr. Hill, of the Botanical Gardens, had been forwarded to the corporation : (4) From the same firm, acknowledging the receipt of payment for storing wire. The MAYOR laid on the table two maps of Warwick and the Eastern Downs, which had been .forwa...
Miscellancous. SONG IN SUNSHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
IHistcIIaucoiis. SONG IN SUNSHINE. Sing away, ye joyous birds, While tfic sun is o'er us I If I only knew your words, I would swell tlie chorus. Sing, ye warblers of the sky I Sing, ye liappy thrushes; And ye little ones, that lie Down among the rushes I Softly «8 »n angel's wing Gomes an inspiration: 0 that my poor soul could sing Worthy of creation! Like the solemn cliaunting treo Nature in devotion: Like the morry harping bee, Harmony in motion. 1 would sound a note of J«y Through the vales o' Devon, Sweet as Love's, when he a boy Newly came from heaveu. Till the busy world beguiled With it* echoes ringing. Shouted," Hark! for Nature's child ller own sons is sinsiiiR-" E. Oapcrn. Tlio temperance or tbo people iu the wine countries is a hot that is alone worth all the arguments against the use of wine, which the I temperance intolerants have over yet brought forward.-Blackwooi, j HINT TO ACOTIOKEEBS.-A wealthy man of Boston who owns a residence in the suburbs recently became dissa...
IS MAN A MONKEY? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
IS MAN A MONKEY? To those who may uot be'ifl^LLdd^ to'olaim relationship with the gorilla or diltnpatires,. the following summary «f jfaper recently read to the Academy of 8cienc6srby W.'Qfit. trefages, may be of some interest. The learned academician had on that occasion to present a work, by M. Vogt.on 41 Microcephali, or Moo» key-moD," the author meaning thereby human beings in whom the brain is cxceedinglvspal), The cases examined by him being exoKfe^ con6ncd to specimens that have actually lived or were still living at the timo lie was engaged in his researches arc wry raro. Those quoted from authors by M Vogt do not cxceed forty; his own inquiries only enabled him to find ten instances *>( microcephalism, comprising men, woman, end childicu. After the requisite auolomicat descriptions, he proceeds to ex amine the cause of these abnormal growths, and in so doiag considers tbem to be owing to a tendency to return to the ori^iual formation of the human species. To this view fi...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Before tbe Police Magistrate.] Fleming v. Clone*.-Plaintiff charged the defendant will] illpg&lt;il)y detaining a black horse. This case, wbii b was adjournal] from last week, was still further adjourned autil Tuesday next, the 2Gth instant. Alleker v. Kluge. - The defendant was charged with assaulting 'he plaintiff jby striking him on the back with « double strap and buckle. He pleaded in justifica tion that be hail found a number of copper rive's belonging to bini !& tbe plaintiff's possession. A fiuo of £1 was iuflictcd, with 4i Gi). costs*
MONEYS PAID TO MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867
MONEYS PAID TO MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. The following Is a return of nil moneya pntd to inembei-H of I mlintuent out of the Loin and Re»cniro Funds up to 20th September, 1867 H'in.Cico. Harris, H"n. D. I&lt;\ Unbelts, Hon. I'\ 15. Digge, lion. W. Ilnblis, W. Brookes, K-q., .Tames Taylor, l'sq, lion. It. Pring, l^q . T. B. Stephens, Ebq , B. Cribb. E»q, IV. H. Groom, Esq.. P. O'Snllivnn, E«q., G. R/ifT, Kaq, J. P. Bell. Esq., .. A, Maculister, Kcq.. C. W. lilnkennr. Ksq., T. I'. Pi,pli. B»q, Ft Grt'i. time. J. U. J"ncit. Ksq., Dv. Clmllinor, 11. Cribb. E»q., £31,036 75 163 81! 10,784 7,192 2 385 11 6.276 16 6,271 18 171 11 100 0 1,623 IS 6 6 776 17 110 12 174 IS 100 0 351 4 sn 10 1,392 9 7 II 7 10 B 10 0 7 6 S G'» id Total. 66.906 13 4