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A BILL TO CONSOLIDATE & AMEND THE LAWS DELATING TO THE ALIENATION OF THE CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

A BILL TO CONSOLIDATE & AMEND THE LAWS DELATING TO THE ALIENATION OF THE CBOWN LANDS. Whereas it is expedient to consolidate and amend tbe law* lelatini* ti> the alienation of Croon lands Bs it enacted by the Queen'" Molt Excellent Majesty by and villi the con" . * lent of the Legislative Council end Legislative Assembly of Queensland in this present Par liament Mumbled and bj ttie authority of tbe qame a> follows PART 1. Introductory, ( 1. At and from the time of the commence ment of tbia Act the Order* in Connoil and several Acts mentioned in the schedule here to and all rules and regulations mode there under respectively concerning the sale or other - disposal of the waste lands of the Crown and .II other Aols luns and regulations if any Inconsistent with the provisions or »pirit of this Act in fotce in the colony of Queensland ?t the time of tfce passing of this Act ahull lie .nd are hereby repealed (laving always all rights Claims penalties and liabilities already...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THE NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

THE NEW LAND BILL. We beg to inform our readers that it it our intention to publish tl e whole of the Land Bill which has just passed, and which will lake effect from the 1st March noxt. On account of its gr. at j length we shall not be able to give i< in one issue, without excluding every other item of news;-it will therefore, in all probability, extend over four numbers. We are induced to do this because many of our readers hare not the opportunity of seeing the bill as published by the Government Printer, and it is a measure of such importance that all ought to be acquainted with its contents.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

U IJKNERAL SUMMARY. London, September 26. "The Queen has unveiled the statue of Prince Albert at Balmoral. Her .Vlajesty will leave her retire ment thii season, and brilliant festivi ties are expected to take place at Court. ? Tim Prince and Princess ol Wales have returned from the continent. The health of the Princess is said to be much improved. *he Earl of Annesley hat been chosen to act as representative of the Irish Protestant Church, on the Com mission appointed to enquire into the temporalities of that Church. The Earl of Pembroke basset out on a tour for the benefit of his health, and intend* to visit Australia. Immense quantities of meat are being .old inLondon by the Australian Meat Company. The strike of the London tailors is at attend. The Anglican Synod recommends that-the Apglican Churches in the co lonies shatl be brought more com pletely under Episcopal control. Dr. Gray finds himself unable to re tail! the position which he has assumed 'at Capetown towards Bishop Co...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO NOVEMBER 15. (From the Brisbane papers.) ADELAIDE, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

ARltiVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO NOVEMBER 15. (From the Britbant papers.) ADELAIDE, December 15. The Rangatira arrived at Glenelg lut night, with the mails per A voca. The AvocH arrived at (ho Sound on the 10th, having left Galle on the 25th ultimo. She was detained at Galle lor three -days for the mails from London,

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SYDNEY. December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

SYDNEY. Decamber 16. ) Tue directors of Hid Joint Stock Bank i having tuapeoded Mm manager, Mr* Richard con, a meeting of the shareholders ««? held | to-day to consider tholr action. The meet- j ing luted all day, and ended jo the passing of a resolution confirming Mr Richardson's suspension. 1'be market* ere easier except for floor, which li still held for £20 per ton. Patna rice ia quoted at £33 per inn. December 17.. Victoria Club dinner pissed off agreeably. The Governor made an excellent speech. Tlio Hon. John Robertson, the chairman, prnpouefl tha Ministers'healths,. Mr.Martin replied. Everything was in very good taste. The Cathollca are active in their opposi tion to the Education Bill. Lectures and meetings.condemnatory or it have been pro moted.. A plcnlo will be given to the Victorian Biflemeo on Satarday,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

^toerfistmcitfs. BUBR rOTTBBS WJUVTKB. jj^PPLT to the undersigned. 483 CHARLES CLARK. TO FAKlfEai, «a(I4TTGR», &C| WANTED to Purchase for CASH, at Market Prices, Freeh Good Salted HIDES, but no Cut or Dry Hides. None bought that has bad the Rrand taken away. CARL DBIE8SEN, Tan Yard, 3B2 Warwick. back BULL. * Select BALL and SUPPER will bo held at the " Globe Inn," On THURSDAY, the tilth Instant, Ticket! to be bad at the Globe Inn. a. d. Doable Tickets 7 6 Single Do. .. 5 0 416 A. SELECT BALL WILL Vie held at the RAILWAY HOTEL, on THURSDAY, 26tli Dc cember. TICKET8 FIVE SHILLINGS EACH. LaJies invited. Dancing to commence fit 7 o'clock. Refreshments provided. Ccad Mitle Fail the ! 427 r. M DERMOTT. Corn! Corn! Corn! w C. BALLS is a Cash Purchaser of POHN in any TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are required for the Erec (ion of a STONE HOUSE AND OFFICES at the Top Station, Talgui. Plans and particulars way be seen at the Flour Mill. Warwick, on and after Monday, 23id instant. 424 Important...

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MELBOURNE. December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

MELBOURNE. December 16. The young tad, Croee, shot at the Fro- i testftDt Hatl OD tfao Digbt or the lllamina tions, still lives. The mnil steamer left the Headi at two o'clock tliii afternoon.

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OFFICIAL REPORT ON THE GYMPIE DIGUINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

OFFICIAL REPORT ON GYMPIE DIGUINGS. Mr. King, Commisloner of the Upper Mary gnUficlds, has repotted as follow* to Govern* (LCllt Commissioner's Camp, Gymvie Creek, Decewocr 9, 1667. Sir-I have the honor to report to you that, on the 2nd in&Uut, I took over the charge of the Oonimisir.'iier'e Office on this gold*fi«ld from Mr. Actiug»Couu!M*aioner Davidson. Since then my time has been ao fully occu pied in the office, and also in adjusting dis putes, that I have not bad time to make a re gular inspection of the diggings. Having, however, had occasion, whilst em., ployed in deciding on disputed boundaries, &c., to TiMt all the principal localities hi which the work is at present carried on, I be lieve that I am in a position to give a toler ably correct estimate of the numbers now em ployed on this gold-field, and of the present success of the miners. The principal localities in which mining ia at present carried on are 1. Nash's Creek, from the bead of the pros pector...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usnal fortnightly meeting of the Cor poration was held on Thursday lat. Present -Tlic Mayor, Aids. Burden, Crombie, Craig, and Thornton. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, the Town Clcifc read the following correspondence (1) Letter from Hie Mayor to Mr. \V. Hi!!, of the Botanical Gardens, acknowledging: the rocc pl of plants for the rquare, and thanking him for the same. (2) From the Registrar-general to the Miyor, informing liim that as the ccnsus would bo taken early it was the intention of government to re quest the mayors of the various municipal ities to act for their several districts, and asking the mayor of Warwick to act for this district; (3) Keply to the former stating that although another person will probably he chosen as mayor belore the census would be taken, the present mayer had do doubt that every assistance would he given, nnd no objection for the pArty chiBon as mayor to act; (4) From Mr. T. Frou...

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COMMERCIAL. London, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

COMMERCIAL. London, November 15. The money market is reported firmer. Consols are quoted at 94 to 94f. Several failures have taken place on the Stock Exchange. The recent advances in Australian securities arc maintained. Discounts and colonial securities re main unaltered, Sydney 6 per cents, are quoted 97 to 68; 5 per cents., 98 to 99. Victorian debentures 110} to 111}. Queensland debentures, 99 to 100}. The Royal Bank of Liverpool has failed. Its liabilities are nearly two millions. The Commercial Bank of Canada has also failed. Wool Bales.-Eighty thousand bales were offered at the November sales. The stagnation in prices continues un abated. The retail trade is suffering severely. Stocks are ample, and low prices are expected to continue. Wool is Id. per lb. lower. Tallow has advanced £45 per ton, and the market is easy at that rate. Hides.-The demand for hides has slightly improved, and prices are a shade hitftior. Sheepskins arc quoted ata reduction of one liirthing. Leather is...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, DEOEUBEH 13. In reply to Mr, Walsh, the BECBETARY for LANDS stated that tbe tinrveyor-Generai bad been Instructed to seleot a suitable site for a township at the Upper STary gold-field* and to csnse the wine to be *ubdivlded lata, suitably sited lot* for sale. and that jraryejr* would be commenced at once. A petition from certain resident* of Rock hampton, in favor of the Insolvency Bill bs fore tho Home. Was. on the motion of Mr, ARCHER, oidered to be referred to.the Mint committee now sitting upon that Bill. Mr. WALSH brought up a report (row a select committee appointed to onqttlre Into tht issue of Treasury notes, and moved that it be printed. On the motion of Mr.' PALMEB. tbe Bale of Liquors Bill, which had been sent bf the Legislative Council to the Atuttttbly for tte concurrence, was read A' first lime, Md it* second reading made an order ot tbe dsy for Wednesday next. Mr. MILES moved,-"That, in the opinion of this Hnnae, no free passe* »honld be...

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LATEST SPECIAL. PER INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

LATEST SPECIAL. PiJB INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAM Her Majesty is at Windsor. Parliament «as opened to-dgy. In (he Royal Speech the cause of the Abyssinian war was slated. Her Majesty relies on the support of Parlia ment to carry out the war to a success ful issue. The relations of England with foreign powers was stated :o be satisfactory, and that no reason existed to apprehend a disturbance of the peace of Europe. Her Majesty hoped that the Emperor Napoleon would shortly withdraw the French troops from Rome. She also expressed re gret that Fenianism had of late as sume.! a more organised character. Irish and Scotch Reform Bills are pro mised to be introduced during the ses sion ; also, educational and other im portant measures. Disturbances in the Papal State* have ceased, the French having landed at Civita Vecchia, and re-occupied i Rome. Some engagements ensued in | which the Garibaldians were defeated by the French and Papal troops, near Rome, with the loss of 3000 killed and | wounde...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

LEGISLATIVE OOjOftlpIL TUESDAY, DEOEMBSB' 17 The H«n T, L «. PfttOR, in reply to the Hon. J. O. Heuetler. *1111011 tint th». Government h»4 not lent . repreeenUtlr* (ram thli toW to die JtitlitiEil Ooti(rrti» *Memble4'5n jS6r«U0» -w leet, end thet the otmromtnt lied to ist*nrta& of teniiiD o repreee&UlWe "tO' M Den EBrope*n,fit»tUUo*l Conrreu. . -.???>. Tbe Dlilrlet OoarU BlU.ehd the. Smell Debts Ooarte Bill were refpettWely Wed», third time, ant oent fcaftk to theAeiembty, Tbe report of the committee Bf the Whoto on the Polynesian laboren'' Hit, tru adopted; " 3%s remaining report of tbe OliteCM la 'Sheep Bill ire* peered thftmch eommlttoe, with a few alight amendmeAte. ,' ' The Medioel Bill irai pultl througfe committee, a feir amendment! iHth ngam to detrile being ln««ted,~on the motion of the Hon. Sr. flOBBS. , Tbe Home adjourned oottl the following afternoon.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

Corttspoiibmcf. (7b the Editor of the Examiner and Timet.) [ Ifr do not necessarily hold ourselves tetpon sible for the opinions expressed by our corretpondents ] blB.-Sieing from the debate on Thursday evening that the Crown Lauds Sale Dill lias passed the Lower House, I hope that you will allow inc. through the medium of your news paper, to address a few romarks to your readers on the probable working of iho bill, and on the means that have been used to advance it so far on its nav to become- law. I nro aware that my vvaw of this measure U( neither tiie ptopul'V one, nor that which you have fllwayn advocated, but X trust that you will have no objection to publish thin bccause it may advocate a different opinion froin your ovvDi or to endeavr to suppress any discussion ' <>n a measure of such vital importance to the ' country, * Might |I venture to flay a word or two on 1 behalf of a clas» of men who, I thii«k, undc- 1 servcdly, are very unpopular, but whoso i greates...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

(fontwer anir ©ittcs IS PCDLISHED Dr WARWICK ISvery MATURDA V HOHXING, <? time for (be VolfohK Mails. Tb* amount of Snlncriptlon ii FIVE IBILLIHS8 par quarter, in all cuei in Mtrwee. Single copies SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVEB TISING a. 4. Two Ilnei l o Four Ao 8 0 8t* do. g 8 Elrfbi d>. 8 0 Krery additional nil lines or under la, DibioC'T Oa 18 oonsesutlve iuiertion* SO per cent, 86 ., " 83 " AM Adrerttienient* muat epecify on their , fate the number of time* they are to be (a aerted; If *entln withoot thi* specification, ' MoV tdrMfleement* will be inmsrted until : 'ftountermended, and charged for accordingly. . All Adrerdwment* nine be aent in not ' later nan t p m. >m Friday*. Order* for withdrawal or alteration moat bt .wHttfcn. - Kon-titbaciTberi' adrtrtlaement* unit be pU for preriom tn ioMKion. Ma < flag**, &Lrtb*, and Daatbi, ti. per IhriIm. AOKNT IN SYDNEY Maun Gordon and Outcli, Gcorg**atra*t AGENTS IN BRISBANE: 'MftQ. D. H*aat*a...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From tin Brisbont papert.) BOCKHAMPTON. December 1{>. | The diggings at Bosowood arc improving, anil the population is again beginning to return. | Tiie mail from Clermont, some day* over | due, has not yet arrived. It iu reported that the delay U caused by floods in the Makcnzie Klver.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

(fantmer aito Cimes. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1867. Ik another column will be Been a let ter from a correspondent signing him eelf " Grazier," which we have much pleasure in publishing, considering that j the Land Question and its probable re sults cannot be too widely discussed in the columns of the press. Our corres pondent truly say* that bis views upon this momentous question do not alto gether coincide with ours, nevertheless j ^.we consider his remarks contain a con siderable amount or sound sense, and; ale well worthy of consideration. If we could entirely fall in with bis ] *iew», we should unhesitatingly con demn the Grown Lands Sale Bill as a pernicious measure forced upon the country, by a reckless and licentious legislature. , ^ figt in;stead of this, be the measure -^f^ood or evil (and we by no means admit. ihat (here is a doubt about this) /veeannot but admire the perseverance, honesty, and unflagging energy which ' 'has been Exhibited by the majority bT t£s"HouBeoT Asse...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. [Before the Police Magistrate, C. Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. [Before the Police Magistrate, C. Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. C. Balls,. Esq., J.P.] ! George West wm brought up, charged w»tn obtaining at Leyburn money, goods, and chat tela under false pretences from George Weeks, of Leyburn. Sir. Addenbrooke appeared for the prisoner. It appearing ihat the principal witnesses to prore Jtio $Jtftrge reside in Ley« burn, Sab-Inspector Harris applied to have the case remanded to the Leyburn Bench to be dealt with. The remand wa» granted. - Mary Keong was brought up, charged by Mr. B, W. Gill, of the Warwick Emporium, with unlawfully obtaining goods aod money by means of a valueless cheque. Mr. Fuller appeared for the pMntifiLand Mr. Oxenhatn for the defendant. From Vie evidence U ap peared that the aooused osrne into the plaln tiff's store and bought goods to *the vatue of Is. 6dM for which she tendered in payment a cheque fur £i wbioh was not signed, and re* ceived iti return £3 18s. 6d, Tbe cheque was sent out by plaintiff to R...

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THURSDAY DECEMBER 19. [Before the Police Magistrate and C. Clark, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

THURSDAY DECEMBER 19. {"Before the Police Magistrate aud I C. Clark. ESQ.. J.P.I John Oronin. charged with using ©baeeue i language, was flood £1, or in default 48 hours', imprisonment. The same prisoner was further charged 1 with ill-treating Elica Ciodio, hit wife. The i Bench required him to enter into sureties to | I keep the peace, himself >u the sum of £20 and | two sureties (a the sum of £10 each, for the : j period of three months, or in default one I I month imprisonment in Toowoomba gaol,

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 21 December 1867

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

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