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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 3. An oddresn in reply to Ilia Excellency'* tneuoge Announcing bia dep&rlurc from the colony ira> adopted. Several Ooniolidfttiou Dills were advunccd a atone. The Immigration Act Amendment SHI, the Sale of Liquor* Bill, and the Real Property Act Amendment Bill, were respectively rend « eecond time without diacutsinii. The Census Hill «ra« poanod through com mute without liny important anicudineut, tad the Hnaee Adjourned.

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

Iparliamtntarg Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBL?. FEIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. Mr. YT A.LSH cmuplained of havingr been initrepre»ented in the Qttardianof thai morn* ing in the report of Lis remark# on the case of Lumteuftut Hill. After some remarks from tbe h«>o. member and Mr. DOUGLAS, tbe matter dropped. On the motion of the COLONIAL TREA SURER, all other Indues* wia postponed till after the considerAtion of the Governor'# uj*«sa<*e ftnnouucing hi* depoitnre from ibu coluay. Tho hoc. gentleman moved an nd disss »n reply to the inejsi.gc, couched in coropli'ner.tary term*. Mr. PIMM said he-h u.ld be guilty of the grossest hviMicrny if b<* allowed the addres« to pans by without expressing hi* dissent at be maintained that tho Governor was nolly HCCountaUa for mnch of the disaster which h<«B befallen tbe colony. Mr. WALSH did not approve of the address, 5>ut ahoultl bot offer any decided opposition to it. Mr. MACALISTER deprecated the idea that the Gov...

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SYDNEY. December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

SYDNEY. December 2. I The municipal election to-luy produced creat excitement, and nearly put a ulup to I In! transaction <>f all tidier IjusI iirbb. December 3. There have lieen thirty-four nomination* for tlie Sydney Cup. The result of the mnnicipal contest hot been (lie election, as aldermen, of the fol lowing candidates:-M'.nre, Pritchnrd, Hur ley, Mnrphey, Caralier, Kippare, and Bat. Icr. The Assembly hi« negatived a motion mating the Government liable for golil transmitted by escort. A monster meeting will lie held to-mor row, to protest against tbe introduction of the new Stamp duties.

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH,IN MELBOURNE. The Galatea arrived at Queen «cl iff at II 46 on Saturday. Tha Prince iecei*ed tho firtt address from tlie QueenaclUT people, and ex pressed himself plonked at tli Ir cof^i] wel* i come. The Victoria And Bar *00 3ppe the onl* steamer* here to meet tha Galatea-the I others came strangling down till half put I o'clock, when thb Gilatea a teamed tip the South Channel, fallowed tiy the Victoria. | Pharos, City of Melbourne, RnnpHoto: and | fifteen rithers. At a demonstration, the fl«» tllla proceasioQ most be Cnn*lde>«d ft failure* I Uoyaltitnte* were 6re<l from the Qnecnscliff | hatterp, the Victoria, ajui Pharos, and a salute of 27 Gdos wa* returned by the Galntea for 1 the Gor-:rnor, who luft the Vlctoris snd went | Ou board the Oalntea. to welodnic Hi*. Royal Highness. Crowds of people visited Queens* cliff, soma coming avon from Balinrat. On Motiftay the city was splendidly <kco rated, And visitors poured In from all dlre...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

AO / JOE. IPc bey to remind ouf tub-; scribfrx and friends ihal our nr.- j counts for the qturtcr ending 8 Hi. November arc being dcltirrcd, aud it? ,>?:/.'<!I feel obliged by a settle-' mcnt fit their earliest convenience. \ The circvlaiimi of ihix Jnwnnl j having latf/cfy increased, and rirctt- j htnng as it <fors in all parts of the. '? Jhtvns, it offers the best medium for ADVE/iTlSIAG. j R. A. COWTON, SAM J,. IRWIN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE feiimiet: atiir Cimcs 16 PUBLISHED DT WARWICK Every MTIIBDAV MOBMfNCI, 1b dn« for (he Outgoing Htlii. The amount of Babieription is FIVE GHItilitlfQS per quarter, In all cages in adnhoe. Single copies, SIXPENCE. BCAtE OP CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING a. *. Two tinea I 0 Four do. ! 0 Six do 8 6 Eight4j. # 0 Erery addition*! six linea or sudor It. DiacocvT On IS conieoutlve inaertiona SO per cent. 36 .. 33 " Alt Adrerttaeraenta must specify on their face the Bomftar of time* they are to be in serted; tr-'aeat it) .'without tbl» specification, auoh advertisement! wilt be inserted until countermanded.,and charged.for accordingly. All Advertisements mutt be eent in not later thab 8 p.m. on Fridijri. Orders ftrtsritbdrawal or alteration mutt ha written. Jfofl-snbscribera' advertisements most he paid for fcrtTlCus to laurtion. Msrriagea, Births, and Deaths, G». per I insertion. AGltNT IN SYDNEY MesarsGordon and Ooteb, Qeorge-etrset AGENTS IN BRISBANE Mi". Q. D, Haaauotr, Stationery Ne«rt Ag...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

?fv COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE.-A very good business has been done during the past week in nearly every deportment of traile. A considerable number of orders for country supplies have come to hand, and, take it' altogether, a very great improvement is perceptible. The dig gings at Gympie Creek have had their effect in enlivening trade, as is evi denced in the large cargoes shipped by the, northern steamers for Mary borough. ItewMtt.--The past week has been we#y d.ujl in all branch'^, of business, but with the approach of ChristmaB% little briskness may be expected. The 4 rush to the Mary Biver gold-field has , drained the town of all WHO could pos sibly clear out, and the streets are almost deserted during the greater part of Hie day. Agricultural pursuits are almost at a stand still in consequence of the Continued -drought. Feed for ' cattle is, very ficafce, and what there is is sb patched as to, be almost useless,

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ALLORA. Mr. F. KATES, Storekeeeper. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

ALL 0 R A ^ Mr, F, KATE**}* Siofekeeencr. has been appointed agent for this journal in Allora, from whom copies may be obtained every Monday morning, immediately on the arri val of the coach.

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THE NEW LAND BILL. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE NEW LAND BILL. (From the Courier.) Tbe Land Bill lias ai length bean brought into a definite "liapo ; every cliune has been adopted by the Cuintniitee of tlie whole House, and the Bill "reported with Amend ments." It wilt be seen 4list, the induce ments to settlement are very (jrost, much more liberal than those given by any other colony in Australia, and approaching more Dearly to the terms which have benn found so efTectii-e in settling the various provinces of New Zealand. As tha great changes involved in this Bill are to some extent experimental, it is pro. bably wise to confinc its operation to a com paratively small number of rone. Existing interests are thus interfered with in the smallest degree practicable; in fact nothing is doue which need alarm the io»at timid capitalists who have advanced on station property, for wilb die exception "f » very few, all the large stations and thoso on which heavy advance* have been made are in the unsettled districts, and the tenure un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

L 1; A & 1J E It B I N S ' CtLBVKiRD WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,, DECLARED bt oonrouscras TO BI -TB* VWLV C300B SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. THE success of this most delicto unrivalled Condiment having cat) certain drili-ni 10 apply the name of " Worl terahire 8H. ce" to their own Inferior com pounds. the Public is hereby informed thit tbe nn'y way to secure the genuine, b to ask for LEA & PKItRINS' SAUCE, and to fee that Iboir names are upon the urwf per. labels, stopper* K id bottle. * Some ill the foreign markets having been supplied with a spurious Worcestershire Sauce, ui oii the wr»vi>er end label> of which the DdDieti iif Lea and Perries have been forged, L. nul P. give notice that they have furnished, their correspondents with power of attorney to take iimtant proceedings agaiott ilanv I'actureri uud Vendors of such, or any other imitations by which their right to ay lis in fringed. Wholesale andfor Exporthy the Proprietors,. | Worcester; Crosse and Biacfcwe...

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GYMPIE OREEK DIGGINGS. (From the Maryborough Chron[?]le). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

' ^DIGGINGS. "t .iCtVoMfc tfarylvroup/i C/ironitlt ) rrtilcli started yei ilijl,f<to)tbedlg*ingi,arrlTid1a«t , :irrep?rtl» general y but & corwbo *ii6*pcOODt Kir«n below by * correa . Ai|ii***BtnbWofp6oplew»r*«lninK 'tll.iuid the filapeeroro . ll«1y and flnurUli 4nk wpaw*<> W>. 3fr»oomparatfrely little gold «oli^j4eM);jt#0e(tunteI fur by the want «f Imyfa.AaaoonM-iinftttwa are got read; f-r bttilltlesi, and the .1 |)urc}i*M ,*M,:trtQ>Qitulpn of gild will thus -tejpjMtlyA^iuM* J>«riog the lent throe p»e ImmiM that about 200 on. bato -Jk-4*'/Ssth Nsraitlber, 1887. ®fM/ week aliow« considerable cb>mire on j *UU tbe peinl>te o<>rae at the rile rtoOWlisawng. A good many of the ^_v'%»'#entt|iig for their wlvei and tattiirej»,S:Tble iobli* je»Mwily tlieie ft^liere. The imnetjwWt^tttjtr Jo the newcomer* ii tbe , m nVer.»»di int>toiban «? tbomand appio nt them doing £J»W*Wy i*%k»3 Btttnaoy complaining. aoraearp making ^ altiMPg...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

WA&WICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thnyvia^ fortniplitlv meeting the Council «.!»« Iifl'l no Thursday Inxt. Present.-The M*vov, Aid*. Burden. Afflock, Crombie, P. Mfiriau. Kvend n. ami Craie fho lui.inte- of the previous meeting were rend nnd confirmed. after « hteh a letter wat rend fron Mr. \V. HII, of fhc Botanical Gal* 'ifiia, Brisbane, ii/f<>>mii»g flie Council Hint tho delay in fiotHiftft the pl'nifl to Warwick whs unavoidable, an'l nl-o stating tli >t the plants should be planted about Die raoaili of March- A letter wan rend from Mr. CIhp. COUh oftin; Globe Inn, Pulmei in street, calling attention to th« ataf of the p«thw*v in front of lite brjsi; jttid req'«\st!;i..' tli? {] t«> ; mute s<i:n''thi'.£ to tin .-ionv »o v tiff the w'tci, whirijiji ,-m >.. .';,i!»'..« s,: .« { some inuhe* dcc\i . >. I hit j. »? iici lai fv.t lb? v: tH tmpported bv «Vld. tyro iiiii wi(o -I jti'd t.iat the poilion of |bL* -.tect hi question much in vtn.il of ...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. [Before the Police Magistrate and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

FHIDAY, DECEMBER 6. [Before the Police Magistrate and W. C. Balls, J.P.1 Ilede v. M ulcahy' - In this case, adjourned from last Tuesday, judgment was given to-day in favor of the plain tiff lor the amount claimed \vith cost*; one-half to be paid in one month, aud^ the balance in two months.

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, DBCEMBEB 3. [Before the Police Magistrate and C. Clark. Esq, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, DBCEMBEB 3. ; [Before the Police Magistrate and C. Clark. ESQ , J.P.1 ' _Hadfi«ldt y. Wieoholt. - £19 8«. 7fcd for wigea. Mr. Suiter for the plaintiff. Defendant did not appear. Plaintiff admitted receiving £4 on account, and a verdict wu given in his favor tor the balantg, £1$ with costs. ? t v-Vjr;)A-' Orr and Honeyman v/M'tntOsh. £12 8s. 9d. for goods supplied. Mr. Addenbrooke for the plaintiffiafld^Ir, Fuller for the defendant. Thit case was adjourned from last Court for the attendance of the defendant. Defend* ant consented to a judgment. Kitfliie v. Liiufiloii- - £5 fis. .for subscription. Mr. Fullerfbr the piam» tiff Defendant did not tipp&j-. yeri diet for plaintiff (»ith cpsu. ; j ' Seine v. Cooper.-£23s4d Cpr sub scription. Mr. fuller lor No appearance of defendant, Veiwct. Cor plaintiff with costs. . Same v. Eis -£3 Tor iirbserifilttin. Mr, Fuller for theplaSntiff. Ho ap pearance of defendhiit,* plaintiff with costs.", V. i'-.- ...

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ADELAIDE. December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

ADELAIDE. TtafiAmltnr 2. , I The residence of Dr. Poph&m wae burned dnwn in Saturday ni^M, nag two boys who Were in the houne porUlied in lbe lliiqie*,

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MELBOURNE. December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

MELBOURNE. December 2. I Tlic Steeple Cliase was won by Mr. Wat. ennV linrae Banker. Tlie G.lmea Slakes were carried oflT by Mr. Tail'n fireworks. Mr. Lewis' Hip Van Winkle won the Hallway Sialics. The exciiemen"about (lie Prince is sub tiding a good deal. December 3. The Prince, the Premier, and Mr. Michie, are visiting Geelonjr. A regatta took jilitce td-'lny. at which there were great cruwds and much excite

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PROFESSOR FARADAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

PROFESSOR FARADAY. UIMVandij wa* bora in 1711 in the parish ofNewlngton, 8urrey, and, like msny others who have illustrated the pige of British history, was entirely aselfmede man. After learning the men rudiments of know ledge he was apprenticed to a bookbinder, and continued to work at bis trade until 1612. Daring the early period of his life, however, be showed the bent of hit genlui, for in the internals of his employment he not only read with avidity such works on science as fell in his way, but applied himself to the construc tion of electric and other machines. Having been present at some of the last lectures de livered by Sir H. Davy, Faraday wrote to that distinguished chemist, asking htm far en couragement, and at the same time enclosing notea of the lectures at which he bad boon pre vent. Sir H. Davy answered tbe request of the young aspirant promptly and kindly, and in 1818 lie was admitted iu the Royal Institu tion as chemical assistant to Professor Drande. Farady soon ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

focal Jiiftlltgnitt. We understand that our Police Magistrate lias received intimation from the Government that, in addition to hit present magisterial duties, he will be appointed Commissioner lor the TalgaiT 'gold-ft«1.dii '-whifch lie will periodically visit lor the granting, ol mineta* rights and discharging the ?various duties Of tlie office. ?, We be lieve there'is now no Salary attached to the office of Gold Commissioner, as the present Government are proceeding on the economical principle or com bining as many duties in each district as the efficiency of the public service will admit; The. Ven. Archdeacon Glennie ar rived in Warwick on Thursday after noon last from Brisbane The rev. gentleman is in expel lent health, tad is now able to take the usual' duties and services of the Advent season. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Hospital Committee waB held on Wed nesday last, when there were present -Mr. W. H. Brown (in the chair), Messrs, -R. G. Fuller, J. M'Keachie, J. Tyr...

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A REMARKABLE ALPINE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

A REMARKABLE ALPINE ESCAPE. Mr. Girdleitone, of Uagdalene College, Ox ford, tend* to the Timet tbe following account of a very remarkable accident which befell Mr. Triienian, of Ookwell, and himaelf. He says, writing on August 22;-" We left the Stelae Alp yesterday, 1.30 a.m., meaning to come to this place by the Steinlimner and tbe Trift Glacier J orb-two glaoUr passe*-without guides. On reaching the ba» of tbe Talistock Bock*, trbich have to to mounted In order to avoid the upper loe fall of the Trift JQiacier. we fonnd that onr route waa to isron a long bridge of frown snow end loe connecting tiie glacier with tha rooks. We bad to cnt stepa along it, and while I waa cutting the last, close to the rook*, the whole bridge «iH denly gave way. 1 wa* instantaneously thrown backwards ty tbe tilting up of the ex tremity or the bridge, and thrown headlong, store than twenty feet tbr»ugb the air down into tha chaam between tbe rock* and tbe glacier, bumping » I fell agalnat falling maenes...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. A Telegram has been reeii'»od from (tie Guverniil uf Victoria liy Blr Georee Buwen, attd hiui bri'ii curteniiiily placed at iiur din poaal by Hi* Eiiccllepcy. It >Ute> Uiat " it ronyjic iitlten fnr eiffileil that lh» Duke of EdlnwWfitli'e *iai( t" Brisbane will be fuf about teven days, hud niil uko pUce be ttveen the 14tli j»nn«ry and the l«t.*M»r<;li." Furtttr details will ba seat hereafter. "GtAraUn.

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