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THE PRINCE AT ADELAIDE. (From the S. M. Hear aid correspondence.) Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

THE PRINCE AT ADELAIDE. (From the E. it. Hear aid correspondence.) Adelaide, Thursday. Several or the Prince's hunting party returned last night. The first night's encampment was on the Hon. J. Baker's run, where a native cor robboree took place, 400 blacks being present. The next day was given up to hunting, in which the Prince's party were very successful; they encamped that night on Mr, Davenport's run. Afterwards the representatives of the Press left, the Prince desiring the rest of the expedition to be private. He visits Mount Barker to-morrow. In consequence' of some remarks in the " Register" of this morning re flecting on the conduct of the Hon. J. Baker to some native women during the corrobboree on the Lakes, his son entered the editor's room, and violently assaulted Mr. Harcus. Twenty thousand persons visited the Galatea whilst the vessel was open to the public.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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MELBOURNE. November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

MELBOURNE. November 18. i The Wince la expected here on Saturday next. November 19. A public teatimonial lias been presented to Madame Celeate. Great preparations for the reception of Prince Alfred, on Saturday next, nre being made.

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SYDNEY. November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

SYDNEY. November 18. Arthur Edward Kennedy, Esq., l&tj Governor of Vancouver'* IvIiDd, tiau been appointed the now Governor of Quueinland. A b'jat accident occured Inst ni^lit at the Heads, by which five persona weie drowned. Private advicea report heavy luiaea on woola purchased here last fieaaon. Trade is quiet. It iB rumored that the A. S. N. Go. have purchased the Queensland Company's .teamen for £00,000. November 19. The Intoroulopial ltifle Match will com. tnence ou Busing Day. Tin" Fialiem Bill lias pnssej the Assembly. Tradr is steady, and prices are rather im proved. Sn!m v( wheat have bees made at 6a. per bushel. ' The body of Mrs. Taylour, who wae drowned At the Heads, waa found to-day. An inquest will be held to-morrow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

HORSES PADDOCHEO. THE well-known and Extensive FREESTONE CREEK I'ADDOCKS are again open for any number of horses, at £1 per quarter. Eveiy nlteiitioD paid without incurring any responsibility. Annlv to J. & C. WILSON. Freestone Creek, 2Ut Nov.. 16G7. 371 £1 ItUWAKD. STRAYED, from Warwick, about twelve riicti11lis apo, mi lfoti-^rcy MAUE, branded CS on near shoulder. Should bate A yeruliiii; fo:il nt foot. The Bb;»ve reward will be paid on deli very t> rHARLK^ SMITH, 37* KUi^horn MW. PUBLIC NOTICE). \ToTrcE is hereby given, that in ac 1\ conUnce Willi Section 15 of 29 Vic., Vo. 12. (Registration of Electors Amendment Act), an open Court nil! b« held by the Jus tices in Petty Sessions, at the COUET HOUSE, Warwick, on WEDNESDAY, the 16tU December next, for the purpose of ex amining the ELECTORAL ROLLS in force within the Police District of Warwick. D. U. SINCLAIR. Police Magistrate. Court Bouse, Warwick, NOT. XStb, 1867. 3'8 WAiTKP. TENDERS for PLOUGHING 300 ACRES OF LAND wi...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

Soral, $ntel%we. The following are the days fixed for holding the District Courts in War wick and Toowoomba, during the year 1868: AT WARWICK, Criminal. Civil, Monday, Feb. 24 Tuesday, February 25 Monday, May IS Tuesday. May 10 Monday, Auguat 91 Tuesday, August 25 Monday, Novembor 16 Tuenday, NOT. 17 AT TOOWOOMBA. Monday, March S Tuesday, March 8 Monday, May SS Tueaday, May 26 Monday, August 81 Tueiday, September 1 Monday, November S3 Tueaday, Nor. 24. In the Supreme Court, Brisbane, on Tesday last, the case of Marwedel v. Clark and Co., was heard, when the plaintiff obtained a verdict of £175 tor damages sustained through a breach of contract. The original damages were laid at £2000. It was stated by the Colonial Secre tary on Tuesday evening last that the line to Dolby would probably be finished by March'next. By the arrival of the Lady Bowen steamer, from Sydney, we notice the following goods for Warwick:-1 case, Davis, Harris, & Co.; 6 chests 22 boxes of tea, 10 bags of ...

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POISONING OF THE PEAK DOWNS GOLD ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

POISONING OF THE PEA.K DOWNS GOLD ESCORT. The. following additicttial particulars are from tbu llockhamptuu Bulletin of lait Tuesday: Further particulars of the fearfui tragedy at the Mackenzie Uiver reached town on Sunday cveniog. It seems that on Tausday evening, after supper at the Bedford Arms Hotel, a womai^ gave the two troopers a billy of water to save them the trouble of going to the river for a supply for the nigbt. Tliia woman passed their camp on Wedues. day morning, and noticed them, as she fancied, asleep iu their camp. Thinking tney intended "spelling" for the day, she paused on, after hailing them, and took no further notice of them. It waa not until the following day that the bodica were dis covered. A man from the hotel, pasBing by their CAmp looking fur horses, became con scious of a sickening smell proceeding from it, and on coming nearer and getting no answer, went over and discovered the bodica stretched on their rug, and already beginning to decompose. Five plg...

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ADELAIDE. November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

ADELAIDE. November 18. The Prince wilt eal! immediately after the ball at Government House.

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The Story Teller. THE REIVER'S CRAG. A SCOTTISH TALE. CHAPTER II. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

<£JjC Stoi'i; teller. "¥i^EEiVERVS CRAG. JL SCOTTISH TALK. CHAPTER U. (Coticludtd.) Many and various were the reports eircu-1 lated, uutil by llie expiration of four days tliey all »ottltd^down iu oue atrung judgment against IHel-a judgment which Helen's out burit'of grief and pale stricken face unwit tingly strengthened; and it was firmly believed that Diet having won her love, had grown tired or her, and, to rid himself of her and his debt of gratitude to her father at once, bad made a moonlight Sitting. Duncan openly took little part in what was said, so much so, that those busy people who are always, in all ranks, looking after their neighbors' affairs, began to hold him up as an example of unselfish gene rosity. Then was one. however, to whom his sllenoe bad a different signification, and that was Helen, who, from the day the alarm was given, had remembered the afternoon when .he saw, as plainly as if written in black and whitej the hatred unto death stamped in Duo- ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOV. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOV. 19. The COLONIAL TREASURER pre sentrd a petition from certain stockholders in the northern districts, praying to be re lieved from certain grievsoces under which they labored. In reply to questions put, the COLONIAL | SECR ETARY Bald (1) That the line would probably be opened to Dalby in March nest that the averaee expenditure per month at present was £9000, and that the Government employee on the line did not amount to more than fifty-one, although a large num ber or them were employed by the contrac tors ; (2.) Tint it wan not considered neces sary at present to employ a letter-carrier at Dalby; and (3) That the Government had no objection to lay ou the table a copy of the survey made upon tho dredges and other plant when handed over to the Govern ment by Mr. Francis. On the motion <if the COLONIAL TREA SURED, a bill for taking & census of the population on the 1st Match next wa? read a second time, after (ome remarks from Mr....

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THE PACIFIC RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

THE PACIFIC 11AILWAY. The New York correspondent of tho Guar dian gives the following respecting tho pro gross or this extensive undertaking: The great event of the mouth is tho com pletion of the fifth section of the Union Pacific Railroad, which the Government Inspectors have just declared perfect. Already 460 miles is in working order to the base of the Rocky Mountains, and in one month's time 617 more will be completed over the Bocky Mountains. We then work our way close to Utah city. As soon as (he iron horse's whistle is heard within the confines and Bound of this civilised Facde jnonium of Polygamy. Brigham Young will have to be less greedy of connubial affection, | and be prepared to divide somo of Lis sainted wives with panting brethren ready to embrace the faitb. This undertaking may appear no thing ; but when I mention the distance from San Francisco to St. Joseph's, on the Mis souri, is 4,000 miles; it is no small distance to grade and lay the tyrils. Government has had ...

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PRAIRIE GRASS. (From the Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

PRAIRIE GRASS. (From the Quecntlander.) About twelve months ago we published a series of articles on the cultivation and merits of prairie, from a correspondent, who main tained that one of the greatest obstacles to the -spread of (hat valuable grass was the difficulty of obtaining pure seed. The seed of the pure prairie gross, be aaid, has suffered very much Irom mixing with other seeds of the family Bromui, which is spread over different parts of the world. Since the publication of the arti cles in question, we have become acquainted with several patches of prairie grass, and now feel satisfied that our correspondent was right -that a full half dozen grasses, different in many particulars, are being cultivated in this country under the name of prairie grass; some of these are of dwarf habit, and almost worth leas for cutting. Certainly they are not worth cultivating when so many good indigenous grasses are to be found. Others of the same family show the good points which the advo ...

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GYMPIE CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 November 1867

GYMPIE CREEK DIGGINGS, The Courier's special correspondent writ-   ing from these diggings on the 12th Novem-   ber, says:- The grand attraction here at present is the new quartz reef, the Lady Mary, which   has just been opened. The fortunate pro- pectors have taken out some of the finest and richest stone I ever saw in my life; a   large parcel of the stone is going down the exhibition in town this week. Auriferious stone has also been found in two or three more claims on the same reef, and in one case about 10 oz. of gold was pounded from one block of quartz by hammer. The prospectors' claim extends right across the two head's of Nash's Gully, and judging from the fact that all the gold found in the rich alluvial claims in these gullies (Nash's party alone have already taken out nearly 40 lbs. weight of gold), is, without   doubt, all reef gold. My opinion of the permanency of this gold-field remains unchanged ; but...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. POLITICAL GOSSIP. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

NEWS BY THE MAIL. I'OMTICAL GOSSIP. {Frcm il<t JJiftue Wilts.) LoiJ Derby has lind tbe gout once if not twice sincc our last, And lie is now laid up by tUt enemy to social and personal enjoyment. It Js natural that these constant attack® should abate In (he Premier "the last infirmity of BOble minds," andtliht lie should be willing to resign the cares of office; and be will after tbc Scotch and Irish Reform Bills hav© become law. Meanwhile, it is eaid that there is a rivalry between Lord Stanley anil Mr. Disraeli for the right of cuocees. We do not believe it* Mr. Disraeli would not stand in thy way of JJord Stanley, With Lord Stanley as premier and the Scotch and Irish Reform Bills settled* the Conservative Government would have a long lease of power-Jong eooogh, perhaps, to tSketasUy dispose of Mr Qladgtone's chances until he has arrived far into the sere aud yellow leaf. Xheie is a great probability of some ministerial changes before the next session. General Peel will...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 fBefore the roltce Magistrate.! Sharp v. Flannigan.-Complainant charged defendant with unlawfully using a cow and calf! M:. Oxenham for tne plaintiff and Wr. Conquest for the defendant. The plaintiff failed to j prove the charge, and the case was dismissed. Cowley v. White.-The plaintiff in this ease, who was recently married, sued.for £31 4s. wages due from the defendant,her.brother, with whom she had been living previous to her mar riage^ ' Here being no written contract, ana no evidence that a verbal contract had been made, the case was dismissed. Mr. Faller appeared for the plaintiff, and Dir. Oxenbam for the defendant. AspinaU v. Woods,-The defendant was charged with claiming excessive damages for nine bullocks impounded bv htm, which belonged to the plaintiff. Mr. Fuller appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. ^senham for the defendant. The,case was adjourned until Monday next,

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

LONDON WOOL SALES. The Jong-continued depression in trade, superadded to (be increasing production of the raw material, has liad a marked effect on the progi ess of the scries, and (trices have in most instances shown a downward tendency, and may be quoted ps realising a loweft* aver age of the prices currant iu the previous series. The unfavorable Influences have told with most severely upon ' iwcr classed infer for wools, of which a very large proportion of the sales consisted; whilst the choicc?t flocks from all parts Lava been well competed for throughout. For export about 50,000 to 55.000 bales bave been tukeu. * The subjoined are a portion of the Queens land catalogues of the sales just closed Ex Orwell; Pike Dale, 22d at 24&d X. 33 at 22Jd 1, no at 21d. Kx Monkchester and St, Dunstan : W, B. Tooth over Clifton, 10 at 28fcd 1. 32 at 27&4 3. 1C At 27d. 12 at 25£d 1.16 at 25d, IS at 22d, 8 pieces at 16d. 7 at 13Jd 1, 20 greasy at 21d. 69 at 8|d. Ex St. Dunstan an...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) TOOWOOMBA. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

| LATEST j i lELEGMPHIC NEWS, j (From the Brisbane papcrt.) TOOWO0MBA. November 25. A farmer named Nadon, reeiding on the Uighfieldti road, had his bouse accidentally burned down on Saturday night. A high westerly wind prevailed at (he lime, and a barn containing ISO bushels of maize caught fire, and wag also destroyed. A fatal neoident happened on Saturday to Mrs. Sunimcrfield. She was returning home on a dray with her husband, and whilst driving through James-street they were met by a horseman riding furiously. The horse attached to the dray took fright and started off, Mrs. Summerfield was thrown out, ami had tlio base of her skull frnclurcd. She was removed to the hospital, and diod at 9 o'clock on Saturday evening. , The titlings of the District Court com- j menccd to-day. Margaret Troy was found guilty of steal iug a' watch, and nentencej to eighteen months' imprisonment. No bill was found against Matthews for attempted suicide. Novomhor 20. Mrs. Boyle, wife of Mr. Henry Uoyle...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 26. After sovcral papers bail been laid on the table, The Immigration Act Amendment Dill Was send a secoud lime, and passed through coin roittoo. The Brisbane Waterworks Act Amendment Bill was read u second time. TheCenBus Bill was read a third time and pnftRiid, an wwa also tho Amended Registration tiill* Equity Bill, Trustees and Incapacitated Persons Bill, Tests Bill, the Summary Kjcct tuout Bill,-and the Aliens Bill. Bofore g"jug Into committee ou the Land Bill, the PREMIER called attention to the condition of public business, with a view of suggesting to Ihc lion, members the propriety of bringing the session loan early close. Me had tabled A motion for next tiny, Which if ; 1»nssod, would oblige the House to sit 011 1 'rlday evening, but he would suggest that the Land Bill should be gone on with until it could 1)0 Rent to the other House, and that hon. member* should refrain, as the Govern tuenf intended to do, from tabling any frcnh bus...

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ROCKHAMPTON. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

ItOCK HAMPTON. November 25. A telegram received from Clermont to-day states that a elicpherd lias been killed at Kefcnt Creel; by the blacltf, atiH that sixty I 6liecp, the property of Mr.Cogbill, havo also been Kpcnred liy them. The body of the shepherd lias been found in a state of nudity. The money mid K°l<' deposited with Com mitoioner Griffin arc missing.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. A message wns received from His Excellency the Governor, notifying that the fioynl assent had been Riven to the Foreign Company's Bill, tlio Hon. L, Hope Grant Hill, the Elec toral Districts Bill, the Oominon Law Process Bill, the Common Law Pleading Bill, and the ; Acts Shortening Bill. On the motion of the Hon. Dr. HOBBS, u Bill to Regulate and Control the introduction and Treatment of PoIyuoNian Laborers, wns read a first time. The Amended Registration Bill was received haok by message from the Assembly, with an amendment. On the motion of the Hon. W. WOOD, tho amendment was concuired in. The Census Bill was received by message from the Assembly, and, on the motion of the Hon. T. L. M. rniOU, ij, was read a first time. The Uouso adjourned to the usual hour tho following day.

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SYDNEY. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

SYDNEY. Auvrmocr 'Zii. His I'ivjrlUMiry " ill Icaro f«»r Kn;;Uiv] liy 1 Ui«< lic'-inhrr mail ^njvnl: I'nrr^funiIn, finm l/»rnUm. _J 1 1 O'CldCt ! November 20. j I The Assembly lias rend the ll-.iiiwny | ? Hill a firfct time. | I 11.M.S. yiinbont Brisk ljn« returned from | Fiji, leaving the punishment ul' lbe mur- i I dorerp of the Hev. Mr. Ihkcr to the jjativc ! I clii-fs. 1 . Vlour is thirty shillings per ton higher.

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