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THE GRAND CORROBBOREE BEFORE THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE GRAND CORROBBOREE BEFORE THE PRINCE. The place selected for (lie Oral night's en campment was Macbeth'* station, at the lower end of the Peninsula, on this Hod. J. Baker's run, and as the steamers appmacbcd the spot, keeping dote in to Point Start on the right* and then bearing away to the left, the encamp ment formed a wttJ pleasant sight. The alio, ilgines mut'tiired tn Urge numbers, upwards of 400 being on the ground. The; were drawn up on the shore when bis Royal Highness landed, and they gave him sa hearty a oheer as be has yet huard in South Australia, or perhaps in any part of (lie world. Blnckf linwr know how to give "hi(f one cbeer " It does not nitRply trip off tlie tongue, but itatrell* up from stilus unseen and unknown depth, and rolls 4Mb with grand effect. The co*tumos of thedsrktes were Varie.l enough. Some, espe i tally of the women and old pi-ople. Were dollied in the traditional op»s«uui rug, but most of them affected the Eurnpi-sn dress. " tMltnppcrs" appeared...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CRAWSHAY FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE CRAWS HAY FAMILY. 'flit (lentli of Mr. William Crawsbsy, tbe j great Welsh ironmaster. ha* already bfen an nnunced. His family liave for more than a ] century been connected wjjb the celebrated . Cyfavtliftt ironworks at Merthyr. Mr. Craws-j buy, who inherited a large fortune from bis father, in rdjitinn to his uliare in the iron- I work* (itself a source of daily *ri-aUli), im re puted lo have died possessed of nearly tlnee millions, if, indeed, tliio is not understating J the amount. (singular aocccss hab always at-1 tended the career of the " Vulcanic magnate," as it did also that of liia predecessors. It ia | recorded that (lie founder <jf the family Mrs RieliAi-d, Crawshay. came njrto London from Ytlkshire a poor lad, ini|iired, like Whitling ton of old. with (he idea of making a fortune. On reaching the great metropolis lie bad but a dingle half-crown iu his pocket, and it it that-resolved to commence the world with out . penny-lie Bung the bit of (liver into th...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The fallowing duties are payable under the new Sump Act, which oame into operation on the 1«t Novemlwr la«t:- £ i. d. DrafU and Prominory Kotel - For every £50 and under, and every frRCtinnsI part of CSttabore 010 Billt of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto .. .. 0 10 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or tnore), each, f >r every £60 0 0 0 Reeeipti.-For all auras of 20a. sad npwards, eaci> . .. .. ,.001 Ckeauci or Or dire.'-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank mtt.-For every £100 of ^tlie average annanal circulation 8 0 0 Veedt of Conveyance of Property. . For every £50 and under .... 0 7 0 Above, and not exceeding £109 ... 0 It 0 For every fractional part of £100 above .. 0 16 0 Agr*emtnU.-0( the value of £5 and Upwards .. .. 0 16 A'ote,-Where lottera are produced in cenrt to prove agreement, it .rill be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 6s. Billt of Lading,-«r enpy thereof 0 10 For erery rfcctlpt, or copy thereof from masthr, mate or agent .. ...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

""'WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR Brisbane, Ipswich, AI Jura. Spring Creek, Drayton and Tnowcomba, on Holidays, Tuesdays, and Thursday*. at 6 Maryland and the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, at 7 SO a.m. and on Thursday*. at 3 80 p m. Talirai R ef, Leyhurn, Western Creek and Qoondiwtndi. on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.B. l,eUer* Ac. fr>r tileni'lg. SVairon, Pikedale, Glenlyon. Texas, and Frasers Creek, are for* warded by tills mail. Mai^s ARRIVE FROM Brisbane. Ipswich. Allora, Spring Creek, Diayton And Touwoomba on Tuesdays, Tburs | days, and Satard iys, at 3 p.m. I Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. aod on I Saturdays, at 6 p m. i Talgai Heef. Ley born, and Western Creek . on Wednesday, at noon. 1 Letters addressed to places beyond the . colony bearing an insufficient number of | .tamps on are cent to the General Post-office 1 to be opened and returned to the writers; a« | also letter** re pented bearing stamps which I have been obliterated or defaced ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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MARYBOROUGH. December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

MARYBOROUGH. Decenber 3. About one hundred and fifty ounces of gold arrived from the Gympie Creek diggings, yesterday. General satisfaction existed among the diggers.   The prospector's claim still turns out well. Twentyfour ounces of gold were taken out of four dishes of wash stuff. It is calculated that there are about four thousand diggers on the field. The new road opened from the diggings to Maryborough, reduces the distance to fourty-four miles. The weather is very opressive. Business is very active. General health good. Plenty of business, drink, and gambling ; Weather fearfully hot. A storm brewing.

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MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT AT ALLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT ALLORA. A most distressing accident ocurred on Thursday morning last, at the Rail way Camp, Allora, which resulted in the drowning of a fine young woman, about 18 years of age, named Fanny   Thompson. The particulars of this sad affair will be found in the evidence which we give below, and from which   it will be seen that two others besides the unfortunate young woman, nar- rowly escaped a watery grave. The deceased was step-daughter of Mr. F. Farrington, a sub-contractor on the Warwick Railway. Intelligence of the sad affair was quickly conveyed to the Police. Magistrate (who was holdiing   a Court of Petty Sessions at the time,) and no time was lost by that gentleman in proceeding to the spot and holding an inquiry over the body of the de- ceased. The occurrence has cast a gloom over the inhabitants of the neighborhood, and the greatest sym- pathy was manifested by them. The following is the evidence as elicitcd at the en...

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The Story Teller. SIMEON POMEROY'S ATONEMENT. AS AMERICAN STOUT IN TWO GRAFTERS. (From the N. Y. Ledger.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

&|)t ^torji Seller. SIMEON POMEROY'S ATONE MENT. AS AMERICAN STOUT IN TWO GRAFTERS. (From the N, Ledger.) CHAPTER I. Simeon Pomeroy was esteemed liy men as generous, high-minded, and magnanimous above moat. Nobody luspocled that be ni implacable and unforgiving at men could well be. until his only daughter, the apple of bis eye, the pet and idol of his life, offended him by marrying against his wishes. He Toned then never to forgive her, and he never did, though she came to him one awfuj winter night, and begged on her knees for his blessing and forgiveness. He turned her out into the storm as unrelent ingly as he could the assassin that had sought his life ; aud people said that when he himself shut the door upou her, Louise Pomeroy, who WOB of his own blood, and like him, started up from the crouching attitude she had up to that moment sustained, and grasping at one of the etone jpillars of the House to sustain herself' called out to him, that soon or late, by earthly devi...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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ARCADES AMBO. (HORACE, ODEV.) LETTER FROM M—N TO B—s. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

ARCADES AMBO. (HORACE,ODEV.) LSTTEX FBOK M N TO B-A. {From tAe Quantum.) Alas! my dear WillUm. I very much fear Oar athirs an just now in the street they nit' Queer." And white er yoa in»y write, or wbate'er yon m»y uy, I fear they'll remain for some time in that w ay. A Mint in my place would be likely to swear If be only had half of my sorrows to bear. When I talk to you now of out party'a in gratitude. Pray don't think, Dearest Will, that it's meant for a platitude: To a soul full ot feeling, like yours, 111 an fell *r, woee-tor like me. yoa arc out in the cold. And now, while oar a tars continue to wane. We'll remember past joys just to soothe pre sen I pain. Just think of the Bailwayal just think what I've done. When in power to oblige erery eon of a goo. Who asked for a favor, and promised in short, If I'd gin what was wanted, to give me support, It was David, or Solomon, gave the ail vice, Not to trust in a Prince, were he ever an Dice, And this saying of theirs I'm inclined ...

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WARWICK TO GLEN INNES. (BY A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

WARWICK TO GLEN INNES. (.* A O0BBKIPOHDBKT.) Thinking that am account of « tour from Warwick to Glen lonsi might prore amotiog ul {attractive to lome of yonr teadcri, I lend yon the following particular! of ay trip. I left your itimag little town in tbe utl; part of lut week, end luring ascended the gap, came on good camping ground on tbe tabl* land. Alter pusing the half-way homo, . kind of Robineon Crcsoe building, I camped at the head of a gravy rarina. In the middle of the night I waa awakened by the load bark in j of a dog, HilcH kepi rannlni toand tlve Nnp fire, an I I s&» thtl it haif evidently lost its *»jLiler. Tbo barking of tEie dog must l.»ro fr^Mened tnr otherwise itaid lions, as I could bear (he cUnkin^ of his hubbies f*l down the ravine. After finding my horse I tried t > lead liini to the camp, but after a chase of three or four miles, I saw " by the pale moonlight" my horse going down tlie ravine " with flowing mane and flying tail." I returned to the cam...

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HORTICULTURE ON THE DOWNS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) QUINCE. Pyrus— Natural Order Rosaceoe. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

HORTICULTURE ON THE DOWNS. (To tkt Editor of fhi Extnincr and Timtt.) QUINCE. fvrui . N»tor»l Oritt\Rotacca ? The quince il too well known to require much to be esid by DM In its favor. It waken one «t the b«»t marmalades that » made. I1 will grow in tny plsee where the peer will grow. Quince* ere best treated as standard trees. They require to be well looked after. They throw up a quantity of suckers from tho coots which should be kept dear, aud the niilll* of the treei kept open. If the wood i* allowed to Brow too thick, the fruit will be aaggotty. They make a good hedge where the cattle eannot get at them (o eat them. The frail i« genorally maggotty that grout en a quince hedge. CAPE GOOSEBERBIE8. Hyialii Edulit. Natural Ordor Solantcia. TbU is a native wild fruit. It ought to lie cultivated in every garden. It makes an ex cellent jam, sad will grow on the poor ridge ground aranod Warwick. They are growing in !?)*? urub at the back of the town. NATIVE BABPBEBB1E8. Jhittu Cmivi- N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

^Irocrfainmts. Will'TID, * n active SERVANT GIRL. Ap Xl. plication «> be made at the offir.n of .Lis papiT. 409 WANTKD. i GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. A Apply to 420 MBS. C. V. CUM3HNG. Wanted loueilUtclT i Good LEATHER CURRIER. A To ouo who thoroughly understands his business, regular employment will be given.--Apply lo CAUL DEIESSEN. 410 Tanner, Warwick. w TO rJIRMERS, «ai)4TTGR»f Ac. ANTED to Purchase for CASIT, at! t Prices, Fresh Good Salted j HIDES, but DO Cut or Dry Hides. None bought that lias Lad the Brand token away. CARL DBIE8SEN, Tan Yard, 302 Warwick. Warwick DolIdlDg Society. Tjie Fourteenth Monthly MEETING .>r SHAREHOLDERS will be held io the COURT HOUSE on MONDAY next, tha ICtli instant. JNO. WIN8TONE. 411 Sec-etsry torn! . oral w C. BALLS is a Cash Purchaser of CORN io any quantity. »N MALE. FIRST-CLASS IIAY and MAIZE in lari>e or email quantities, JNO. WIN6TONI5, 378 Guy-street. FOUNV IN AL1IION-STRUET, WARWICK, k Legal DOCUMENT, dated 24th A October, 1862, btiug...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) IPSWICH. December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

LATEST rELEGRAPHlC NEWS. (From the JBritbant papert.) IPSWICH. December 10. To-day baa been obierved u n gsneral holi day. No business whatcrcr vu transacted. The excursioD trains were well patronised, nod (be wuatber was exceedingly pleasant.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

iftisttlliUKOUS. A I'cincely Bu.t. oF FARE.-A frne ban quet was eivcn in Melbourne on Friday, in honor of the Prince's visit to that city, when the following WOE the bill of fareOne bullock, to be roasted whole; 1 baron beef, 22 nniuds beef, 5 cut, roasting beef, 12 sheep, 100 legs mutton, 44 lambs, 2 Cut pigs, 3 cwt pork, 561b# bacon, 14 hams, SO ox tongues, presorved meat, 2841b German sausage, 7,6001b potatoes, 600 dinner loaves, 1 bag and 1 cwt rice, 10 dozen Una sardines, 2 bags oyster*, 1 cwt Murray cod, 9 dozen plckls*, Hauccs, and curry, mustard, vineitir. Dapper, spici-s, 40 large plum puddings, 32 1 .r jc tartB. CO dozen assorted pastry. 1 I) >x raininj><-4 bags sngnr, 1 jar and 3 dnti>» jnnn, 8011) frosh butter, cheese, 2 iulf-ciieets 'en, 601 h coffee. Winea, Ale6, Sfc.-900 gal lontt colonial wine, 4 cascB colonial wine, 4 coses.champagtic, C cages claret, 2 eases port, SOIihde ale, 54 dozen stout, 2 dozen Ilav.irinn beer, cordials. Extras for oliil. ...

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TOOWOOMBA. December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

TOOWOOMBA. December 10. | Iso previous Sep&rauou Day was so well or so universally observed as to-cUy, It being ; kept as a general holiday throughout tie | town. | The excursion train* were so largely patro* ised thataeaU wore procured with difficulty, and the complaints of paucity of aocommoda tion were very general. Four hundred tickets wore istotd. A tea meeting and concert in connection with the Church of England was held this evening, and both proved eminently success* ful Eleven entrances Tor tlte Frinoe Alfred, and eight entrances for the Christmas Cox stakes wero doclavud to day. i The day was generally observed as a holi ' day at Drayton, and the sports provided were KueceBsful.

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CAPE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

j CAPE RIVER GOLD FIELDS. ^ A correspondent of the Cleveland bey writing from tbc diggings, mentions liHviup seen the golden quarts of the Cape Kiver~n lump of quartz weighing over 20 lbs. was broken up. and cold was seen through every piece of it. Several smaller parcels of qnartz we have seen and handled, fill contained gold in considerable quantities' Several small | parcels of gold have been brought ti town I during the week, amounting in all to some 1 50 ou, There Iihb not been any rain on the diggings, still at! are doing well. We under stand that even with what is called "dry washing," the return to the dith is payable. The pupulation is scattered over a very large ! extei.t of country. | Several drays left town during the wc«k I with loading for the various stores at tLo Capit. and there still remains over 20 tons of goods in port waiting for conveyance to the diggings. We would call the attention of teamsters in this neighborhood to the fact tli Ht £25 to £27 per ton lias b...

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MARYBOROUGH. December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

MARYBOROUGH. December 10. TJio news from tue Diggings up to this morning Is favorable. . A tush has taken place to A creek two railos nearer Brisbane, which is imported good and payable. A ruerhai been discovered six miles away, and a proprietor's claim applied for. It is reported that gold uas been found at Bunya Bunya. fifteen mlloa from Nashville. Elevon publicans* licenses wore grauted for tlie digging! to-day. A boy, twelve years of age, shot a gia last night, near Maryborough. lie will be brought; before the Police Court, to-morrow, on a charge of murder. i Separation day passed off very quietly. I

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Fhiday, Deoembee 6. Mr. MACAUSTKU un»'od "(I) That thia House will, at its next sitting resolve itself into a committee to c."ii*idrr an Andreas to the Governor. pmying Hut His Kxcol* leuoy will bo pleased io fake the earliest op portunity of Hitting to an artist ol bigh pin. fosMoiiat skill for ti foil length portrait of him self, such portrait to be hung up in'the new Houses of Parliament ; the C>bi of such por trait to bo defrayed from tlie public revenues of this colony (2.) that the ctracurrouce of the Logtslfttire Council to tlio foregoing reso lutlon Co Invited." After a Ungtheued discus siou the (notion was withdrawn, as Air. Archer suggested that it would bo butter to pay for the portrait by private subscription. On the motion of Dr. O'DOHEBTY the House went into committee to consider a* to the ad visability of a grant of £100 in aid of the Bris bane Servant*' Home. After a short d?bflte« the original motion was carried. The Houeo then, oti tlio mot...

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ROCKHAMPTON. December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

ROCKHAMPTON. December 10. Griffin was brought up yesterday, aodagaio to day, find touch eridence of as important character wan adduced. It wki proved tliat the note* paid by Griffin to the Cbtoasnau, and to Mm. I'eftraoit were aume ol the notes given by the Back to the Cscoit Six. of the oytes Lave Giifflu's handwriting oii fbc backs of thein Tbo prisoner waa commuted, on suspicion ol tnnrder, to take Ins dial at the asaiztf, to ba held oa the 10th March next.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLV THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. The COLONIAL TRK wSUKl.li an ? w: .' that His Kxcellcncy th<- Governor wul<i .<*? ceive the Address of the Assembly 0,1 the fol lowing day at 3 o'clock. The saiuc lion, pentlemnn announced tlint the Government did not proper to sit later than bix o'clock on the next day (Friday», and moved that the lfou-e on using at i liot hour, should adjourn till Wednesday n«-xt at three o'clock. The motion was carried In reply to Mr. Groom, tlio SECRETARY for WOKK.S stated that the Govetntneul had well nigh completed a c»nfr*et " ilh Mi. John Petiie Tor finishing the intorio« of (he new ilousea of Parliament. for the aum of £17.600, which turn was to include a two storey wooden building for the relieshment room on a htono foundation, but not to include! the proposed corridor and carriage entrance iti front of the building-. The Government had suited st this determination aft' r 'Inn consideration, Re lieving that the cou...

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THE ROAD TO THE BURIAL GROUND & SANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

| THE 110A.D TO THE BURIAL I GROUND & SANDY CREEK. Our readers will remember that the Warwick Corporation have at various times in ado application to the Govern ment to have the road leading to the Cemetery defined and opened up, but up to the present lime no steps have i been taken to comply with this request. The road referred to is very much fre quented, and the only outlet to tho Cemeterj', Sandy Creek, Talgai, Ley burn, and the various stations that lie westward. In its present state it is a simple bush track, and in some places not wide enough for two vehicles to pass each other without endangering the lives ol the occupants of such, and is a disgrace to the district. If it were in the province oi the corporation, we believe the road would soon be im proved, but they are debarred from doing anything to clear even that por tion Tying within the town boundary, as it has not yet been laid out. If any improvement is required in this district, there is none more so than thi...

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