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

j|atlianitii!iirg Jnldligciue. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBEII 5. A dUcuKsiun took place on an amendment promoted to be introduced l>y the Hon. A. NORTON in (he Aliens Hill, prohibiting any but Uritiflb born m.bjects, whether usturalii-'d or not, from baring a seat in the council, t:x> Cept ft special Act of Parliament wa« |>ae*cd in each cane, authorising thr lo be ajmointi-d. Mi. aui<"idiiient »vus <>n liivMon, :>y a ni joi »tj* «»t five to f >u I :ie uf thf crnn-.itt'je't. of Ibe whole on theliiimiir atiop .'Vet A ! 11 .*! I (] . 11 ? :.t Ciil, ;.nd the of Li«ju3t'* ii'!. wu.o adopted, itirithe thiid readings of fir ui' uuur 's innde orders »f the day for Wedu"mUv next. The Ccusui liiii and 'he Summary Eject meat Bill {Consolidation Bill), were each read a third tiuie, paned, and sent hack to iku Aa*; sembty. Tbe House adjourned to Wednesday next.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

.(fentiittr anil) times. SMWIDAT. DECEMBER 14, 1867. OUR* reMer!" wiU not have forgetten . the indignation that was excited in the country by the feckless introduction of a certain class *oT immigrants during tbe years 1866-6 under the land-order system, when th.6 colony was suffering under-thejjreatestdepression that it ever ^|cnp^n^ when ..trade and .. credit mer^ at their lowest ebb, agricul ** ture' a failure, and throughout our northern,and western territory the long £> droaghk^vifi ruining huadrods o! squat- | "3t6r**vl» for-years had been struggling . 'against, and ^nied jkist on the point of -. recovering from.'the difficulties incident tO thSj settling of new country. Seen -w^nS^^t^ehwrnatanoes, we perhaps Jlfjbwd-order # system thfe'n was quite just; but there *? is botioubt that we bad much to com plsiaoL.&ttingaside all discussion .as.to the class of immigrants that were tiiiUr6dttceel; these landorderi, in r "sleaitf of inducing any of the new arri vals to se...

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Local Intelligence. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

foral JntcIIrpcr, TO OOBUESPOSDEKTS. | "DETECTIVE".-Wo caouot insett Tour com*' ' iQunicAtioii in reply to the remarks respect-; ! iuc ourselves in tho columns of the Argus. \ 1 Your htutemeots although tiuo. are far too ? severe for the columns of A nenapAper, and ! however good jrour information may be ie ! flpecttng a tgertaio pornun " holding a | Go?crnincDt office and receiving Government pay1' lifting the author of that articlc, it is only a corroboration of the general prevail* ing opinion, and vre think our remarks will occupy quite sutficieut apace, io fact more tliau it liinlly deserves. At a meeting of the Eastern Downs Horticultural and Agricultural Society held on Tuesday evening last, Mr. A. M'G. Simpson in the chair, the follow ing resolution was unanimously adopted on the motion of Mr. Spreadborough, seconded by Mr. Lamb:-"That the committee of this association are of opinion that the balance belonging to tne late Warwick Horticultural and Agricultural Society, now l...

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SYDNEY. December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

SYDNEY. December *J. I Tim UiiiUvjiv Low liill has j-bekcq the As* *em'ly. 'J'lii; Oovunincut liavo tletenmuctl to i^sue iI2.50.OiH> ..I 'I ivjiaui1 13 Alderman Moure Ijuh boe.i re-eketu-; M.iyor by a imijurily <»f 0110. December 10. The I.ord HMiop of Syanev presented a l /«r«we!I aJJross to t)/e G»vrriJi>r from the Cliurch Society. A furilicr advaucc of lOd per ton bas tnken pltieo in flnur. Lady Young given hc» last i-ec-'ption on Monday next. Tito inquiry into the cause »»f (be wreck of the 'jVlogruph adjourned during the abgonce of witnesses. MELBOURNE. December 9. I The Prince is at UaHarat, where bo will re* I tnnin until Friday. A good deal of speculation in lterosine lias i I tali*:)) |»)ace« and tho market jh cleared. ' ! Large sales in flour bare taken place. !

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THE ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

THE KLLCiOliAL UOLL. [As.well-on account ol ilie import ance of the subject as be ause of an error calculated to mislead the public, which unfortunately appeared in our last issue, we have concluded to re a publish our article ol last week on the ?Electoral Roll- The error alluded to iMge foot-note, ii. which we Kay Mfiattlf (Revision Court will be held on tbe 23rd instant; it should have been the 18th instant (Wednesday next). We wrote the date from memory; hence the error. We are sorry that it occurred, and take this, the earliest opportunity of correcting it.] As the time is approaching when a revision of the Electoral Roll will take place, and as few people are acquainted -with the Electoral Act, we subjoin a few hints, which wc hope will be of some use to tbe electors generally, and to those qualified persons who may wish to have their names put on the roll. . - - ^ Court of Examination will be held during the months of November and December* in each year. At these court* or ex...

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Correspondence. THE CEMETERY. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

THE CEMETERY. | ( To the Editor of the Examiner and Timet.), SIB,-Will yoo allow me, through th« medium of your columns, to turn tbe atten tion of the public to'the disgraceful negleot in which the burial ground i*«ll'»Wei to remain. I have io vain endeavored to God .ome person or persona who have charge of tbe place. Tbe clergy say that they have nothing to do with it. It is the peculiar duty of the journalist to call tbe attention of tbe public to any abuses affecting general Intercut, or to any oeglcct of duty by which thoie interestsmay Buffer; end I hope that iu tbe present instance you will | do all that you can towards (lining op tlinae partie), be tbey whom they may, who have charge of tbe cemetery. It it ludeed a dreary wilderness uf elraggling gran and weeds, without a sign or care or order-a very abomination of desolation, bearing tes timony, as far as anything external cku do, to tbe truth of tbia " That could the dead; mrbosa dying eye a Were closed with wail, renew tbe...

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

A'OTIOE. H'c beg to remind our .sub scribers and friends that our ae- \ countt for the quarter ending St/i November arc being delivered, and we shall feel obliged by a settle ment at their earliest convenience. The circulation of this Journal having laYgely increased, and circu lating-as it docs in all parts of the Downs, it offers the best medium for ADVERTISING. It. A. COWTON, 6A.ML. 1UW1X.

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

WARWICK. Mr. J. MILLAR, Bookseller, ha»bcen appointed agent for the sale of this Journal, and is also author ised to receive advertisements and orders for printing*

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

ALL OR A.. Mr. F. KATE®, &torekeeeper, 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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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

Colonial Tbe news from Gympie Creek haa been »ery favorable durine lie paet week. The qairlE reef is reported ?? turning oat wall and whan proper machinery is creeled it la expected to realise a goud return. The population does noldjmlnith, niauy new ar rivals and ooly . few leaving. Tlie atorea are doiog a good trade. A weekly mall hai beeo eitablfibed between BrUbane and Gympie. We ( Courier) ire Informed that Ur. B»ck houBe (a gentleman Utely arrived from Vic toria, where lie haa bad many yean ex perience in the management of quarts reefs) left Brisbane on Saturday last for Gymple Creek, with the objeot of furnishing a mining surveyor's report of tha Lady Mary Qaarte Beef, for the bene6l of In tending shareholders In the new company. There can be DO doubt of the richness of tbe claims which have been already opened; but it is well that the public should hare Home more reliable data thau the often exaggerated reports of newspaper corres pondents. Private letters received from Loud...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK TUESDAY, DECEUBEB 10. [Before the Police Magistrate C. Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK TUESDAY, DECEUBEB 10. [Before the Police Magistrate C. Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Dalit, Esq., J.P.] Thomas Turton summoned by Mr. Coutta ofToolburn, was charged with having passed through the enclosed lands of Toolburra, and left tho-«lip panels open. The defendant pleaded ' j*uilty, and \V;IE fined £2. John Newton appeared to answer a summons, charging him with refuting to give up possession of certain pro-: perty which hod been seized by the bailiff. It appeared from the evidence that at the last District Court a verdict was obtained against J. Newton, by W. Page, and the bailiff* siezed 3,100 bricks in satisfaction of the verdict. The bricks were however claimed by j Mrs Newton ; but the Bench on hear ing the evidence, instructed the bailiff to carry out his duty, as the defence set up by defendant was a very lame one. George West was brought up in cus tody charged with stealing a cheque for £5 15s, in the year 1866. Mr. Addenbrooke appeared for defendant...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE ros Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba, an Sundays, Tuesdays, and ThursdtTB, at 8 p.m. Maryland and the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, at 780 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 3*30 p.m. Tatgat Reef, Jjeyburn, Western Creek and Ooondiwindi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m.' N.U. Letters isc. Tor Gleoele. Warron, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Frazcrs Greek, are for warded by this mail. HAILS ABMYE raou Brisbane. Ipswich, Allora. Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thurs davs, and Saturdays, at 8 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.ro. and on Saturdays, at C p.m. Talgai Reef, Loyburn, and Western Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond tlie colony bearing an insufficient number of ?tamps on are cent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers i as also letters re-potted bearing stamps which hare been obliterated or defaced. Letters are registered between...

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

THE MOBINISH. A. correspondent "riling from the abuve place says-The want of water, added to the - Mary!jon>ug Gold-fields rash, ii gradually thinning our ranks-nothing can ft top tliu exodus-and manv men are leaving first-i&te ?uartt claims to join in the tlatnpcde South. think they will bitterly repent it yet, fur (ht-y an leaving . certainty foran utioei lainlr. There is no doubt of the richness and the ex tent of our reofs, or of the large profits made out of them. Men are disposing of quantities of flrat rate quartz at prices which are almost fncrednlons. I aaw eighty tons of promising atone aold to a shoemaker who usel t<> lire in . East-street for £8. and any man with a few hundred pounds eonld purchase <auarte' ready for crushing, and known to be rich, that would bring a thousand per cent profit, New that the fit is on men will cell 0r.give.4way the yield of month* hard labor for anytbio# in llieshapoofoash. Tfaefctorkoepers arobegin nlng ...

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

JVEW GOODS GSSW ©JfflIM, JACOB HORWITZ k CO, BEG to announce to tlteir Friends and the Public in general, that they have just received a very & ^^l§2L2ooA§S®2!£^F]EIG) STOCK OP «OOBS Suitable (or the present season, which have been purchased for CASH, they are prepared to sell at the lowest possible rate, consisting of Drapery of all kinds v -> Ready-made Clothing Boots and Shoes (a great variety) Groceries and Oilmen's Stores Wines and Spirits Adelaide Flour Ironmongery Crockery aud Glassware lac®® aoffiwra m© C®., COMMERCIAL STORE, WAKWICK. ALSO AT THE NEW STORE FMJKMH STOUf, (Opposite the Joint Stock Bank,) VAttWlCK* November 28th, 1867- 3

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BUBKE TOWN. The Golf, October 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

BUBKE TOWN. Ths Golf. October 26.1867. flfnoe Q>/ last letter this district hai made anotbei step in advance, for our first shipment of tellow direct for London has been forwarded by tbe Queensland, a fine barque belonging to B. Town* and Co. It is to be regretted that we had not longer notice of its arrival, for there was more tallow lying hen which might h»To been sent. Certainly the expenses ot squatting are great enough here, without incurring the additional charges caused by ex porting via Sydney. Captain Unrray ex pressed great satisfaction at the despatch ho met with at Bweer's Island, as he was enabled to sail on tbe 23rd inst, one week alter bis arrival. No doubt Captain Murray will report favor ably of the route, and a confessedly experi mental voyage may lead to a constant direot trade with Europe. The arrival of a vessel witli stores was very wcJcomc, especially tbe flour, as tbe demand for rations to take to tbe gold diggings bad almost exhausted our stock. We hare h...

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

LEA t PEBRINS' CtUttUHD WORCESTERSHIRE SM?S» mclaeed bt conroxBBCtntft TO ME Tig ONLY GteB SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST F8ADD. TH£ SOCC6m of tfaii moot unrfralled Condiment ha certain dealer* to apply tha t)*aiec>f terahire 8mm" tc their own tofrri ponndl, the Pnblieti hereby Informed J®|y w»y to .*BI* the genuine, ti to *i)t LEA A PJtBRINS' BAtJClt, and to mb that their aanei ate ancctfee m«a. ptr.labeU,,fpptT,tnittUU. - ' 8o,1?" of *he foreiga market* baring btcn ?applied with a apiuion* Woraeitsnhln Seuc*. upon the wrapper and labile of whleb the namei of Lea itid Perrioi hare been forced. L. and P. glra notice that the; bariforalabed their correspondent! with power of attorney to take instant proceeding* agalnit fatturirt and Vtmitrt of am*, or inrM* miigJa"1*by WbW> tWr ri<bt I»aj k« Jb w^^aasMtsa &c., &c.; and by Orocere and Oilman ani. rargilly. m TOE HEABY ANA KEU/tBLB Bum. JjOLLOWAffT"OINTM£NT. CIRCULAR TO THE BIOK. The Brit boipitel surgeon* and ...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The following duties ore payable under the new Stamp Act, which came into operation on tbe 1st November last:- £ i. d. Drafti and Prcmtstcry tfctet. For every £50 and under, and evei-y fractional part of £60 above 0 10 Silli of Exchange.-(tingle) ditto, ditto 0 1 0 Ditto Foreign (if drawn io Bets of tiro or more), eicb, for every £50 0 0 6 Rtrtifit.-For all sonis of 20s. and upwards, each 0 0 1 Chequei or Ordtrt.-Ditto, Ditto O 0 1 Bank JVotct.-For every £100 of tbc average annatul circulation 3 0 0 Deeit of Conveyance of Properly. For every £60 and under .... 0 7 6 Above, and not exceeding £100 ,. O 15 0 For every fractional part of £100 ab0T0 0 15 0 Agreements.-OC ttio value of £o and upwards 0 'i 6 Ifottj-Where fatten an produced in court to prove agreement, it vrill be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of Cs. Billi of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 J 0 For every receipt, or copy thereof from matter, mato or agent .. 0 0 6 Ltawt. or Agreements ...

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

THE fottmttr sift Cintcs IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Rvcry MATCRD4W <? time ftr «tie Oatfotng Halls. no amonet ct Subscription is FIVE), ItEIItatit If 08 per quarter, to ell cues in wlraaoa. Siojlaoopiei, SIXPENCE. | S0A1S OF OHABOES FOB APVBB- I TI8ING I. i. T«rt Matt X 0 Fonrflo 2 0 ait do " i e i Sight 4j 3 0 Eteiy tUIUml aix linn or tinder la, Disoocm Oa lS4WDMsatif* insertions SO per cent. » » .. 33 " AU Adrerllsaments unit ipecl(y on tlieir ho* tba number Of timet thev are to be in torted; Ifatntln .without thit apecifioatloD, adratrtieeinenta will be inserted until «dO(WI»u<B8. anI charged for accorrtlnriv. ttff Aflyeitleemffls miiat be Mot to u»t tatta than . p:m. on Fridays. Oribi fer withdrawal or alteration mutt be written. - IVon-aobscrlooiV adTtrt!r(ini»nl!: must be .tfdfor pwwiotutoWrd'-j-.. I ttarrtages, Births, aid Da*tU, Is. per { tMtlflk A&KNT IN SVDNEY ' MiM. Gordon w4 Gotch, George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE llr.Q. AHaaaoar, fitstioner &a...

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ROCKHAMPTON. (From the Rockhampton Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 14 December 1867

ROCKHAMPTON. (From the Rockhampton Bulletin.) We have been informed on what appears reliable authority, that a party at Rosewood have turned up a 100 ounce nugget, at the point near the main creek, and not far from the spot where the two large nuggets mentioned in another paragraph were discovered. Another party near the same place picked up about 300 ounces of gold in one bucket. Both finds were at a depth of sixteen or eighteen feet. The 300 ounces were sold, we are informed, yesterday, to a merchant in town, but we received our information at a late hour, and have been unable to make enquiries as to its truthfulness. We have been shown a parcel of gold found by a party within four or five miles of Westwood. The gold is scaly and waterworn. The range   bevond Westwood, near which this gold was found is a continuation of the range from which the Crocodile, Rose- wood and Morinish gold-fields derive their deposits. The wonder is that a gold-field has not been discovered...

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The Sory Teller. SIMEON POMEROY'S ATONEMENT. AN AMERICAN STORY IN TWO CHAPTERS. (From the N. Y. Ledger.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

®|)t Storjj Cellcr. SIMEON POMEROY'S ATONE MENT. AN AMEMCAN 8T0H* JN TWO CHAPTIM. (From the K", J*. Lcdgtr.) CHAPTER II. When Regnlua and Philip came back to tbe Hollow, fully fledged graduates, college honor* clustered thickly mi loth la-ads. Bay had changed, they found, quite as much as tlicy Neither of the young men felt quite as much at ease in her presence as formerly. Neither could reongnUe, for a long time, that ihia quiet, stately little lady, with grace In every nuiselesj "footfall, and bewildering witchery in ercry glance of the slumbrous, dark gye3. conhl be the little Bay whose wet rags hud dripped on the marble hearth in the drawing-room only ten years before. To look at her, < ou would not hare thought inch an incident bad occurred in the life of such a little princess n> she was now. Hut proud as she seemed, and was, Ray, to do Iter juaiice, never ignored that time, but, on tlx contrary, referred to it freely. It was nut strange that Regutua, handsome uo...

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