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SQUATTER v. FARMER. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

SQUATTER v. FARMER. No. I. A popular and plausible though falla cious argument has been very fre quently insisted upon against the squatter that lie raises little in propor tion to the quantity of ground occu pied by him, nnd far less than a num ber of men would do called agricultu rists, who would occupy and use that ground in a different mode, At the outset this might appear so, but the matter needs a more penetrating ex amination, and a better statement of the terms of theproposition. Our minds are too apt to get confused by the con sideration of mere numbers of workers -of labour simply, and as labour without calling to mind that higher development which is the result vrith time of labour, which is the superfluity of labour and which is termed capital. And another con fusing element in the case is the habit I we have of regarding that amount of labour as concentrated, workingon few points to simple ends, and working for and under superior intelligence, where as the contrary is t...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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[?]POLITAN DISTRICT [?]URT, WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

POLTTAN DISTItJ ItT, WARWICK. CasIV | bit Honor Judge Sliepparcf? :rt opened at 10 n.in ««IH»ICrlOV.-ADJi>VliSF.D CiS! M'In tosh v. Kingsford. lion to recover £165 In. 10.1, monies r l*ed by defendant, einco by a specified traot such had become llio legal property the plaintiff. . Mr. Gore Jones instructed by Mr. Fuller, 'Affplaiallff; Mr. AddenlxooUe, for dilcu , Mr, .Vddenbroolie applied for a new trial " >he ground that while (lie plaintiff «.»«, the contract, responsible for Lite liabilities firm.. the defendant had hi nee font _ tetreued upon one of the bills, part Sttk amount in the action, aud judgment pied against lilm. ,'P Honor ruled that that would give a j.of aet off, nothing more. The property ^ook debts were, by deed, roado over lately to plaintiff. If the promissory Imt were not saiUfied by the 6nn, the 'awrty and monies recti red revert buck Ut# plaintiff. If the defendant received >Dt|*oa behalf of the firm those monies ' the property of the plaintiff. The ...

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FEUILLETON. "Inter folia fructus." Poetry. THE HARDEST TIME OF ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

FEUIL liETON. ?* Ihltr folia frudu9.n Jjorlni. THE HARDEST TIME OF ALL. There n c days «f deepest Burrow I n die season of our life; There arc wild, .k'fl]'oii in? iiMmcnts, There are lioum of inentnl hlrifc. There aro timet of stun}' augiiUli, When I he learn refuse to fall; Hut the trailing timo, my brothers, Is the hardest time of all. Youth and lure are oft wupilient, Peeking things beyond their rejeh; An'l the heait grown siek nith Imping. Ere it learns what lire can teach. For, before the fruit lie gathered. We miKt see tUs hlussoins full; An'l the waiting time, my brothers, I« the hardest time of all. Loving once. and lorirg ever, It ft to watch for yearn; For the light whose fitful shilling Mnkes a rainbow of our I cam. It l> and to count at morning All tlis hour* to evcufuli: Oh t the waiting time my broltTep, la the haulcst time of all. XVt ein bear the heat of conflict. Though the sudden, crashing blow, Bratlng back our gathered forces, F»r . moment lay iib low. Wc inn...

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Ladies' Colu[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

7 fabies'" Colui THE Conveusation ov MODKI liy on earth can't vo'i girl* anion itt Euglinh |>enplc to iihs your Kiigleh liiii^nipe ? Why in I lie i that'- absurd must you atick a bit1 nnd a bit uf French, find a fragment of ish. nnd h morsel <if German, into your versttinn, to kIIOW you know something tlioau Inn? Xorl^i.n-t! who will I li ve yon? You may have learnt a few Ml' tcncui like a parrot, tliev may gay, lint's aliT Vmi don't know the language, not- >.«. Jott nmy ab well think yon ere a rival of Hcrscnal, j tnicauso you have lenrnt lite nainea of ( or two of stirs. I know a man or i conM [uss off very well for ah than one uf ibe continental nations^! never lienr tlicin ^pitting out iuorsel*-ofJ£ or (iermau.' Why do the girl* do it i» because the fireign tongues are more < aive? Not a hit or it. is it becatu can't find a good. holnl. English wo press tliuir m-'»ning ? N»llti<ll*e | _ fiiiil it if they wish.. % think it is dime f to cover...

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ALICE GILBERT'S CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

, ALICE GILBERTS CONFES SION. Only (A yon tny dear Mornl. and after many yeara, can I confena tlx tin nf my youth: a ?In whfeh atnlo In upon me with tlio atealthy trail or a leopard, ami liy cruel and fierce . lciptalionalald low my feeble *oul. eveuta duet. t Yon know that, while a flioimnna unnoted Java fink deep Into tlio water* of oblivion, the chance lionr, when thrro dawned n »jw opooh In nur Uvea, though not mora bright or memor able !n Itnelf, reinalna fur nur bathed in it* own iwmiiag light; or like the pnle-atar. never decline* below ilw boiicon into tlio ailent act. It |4 tbrrefuro that I loinember with di<tiuct ue»« tli* anpoct of a certaii summer morning amvigtlie tnountalnaronnl Knlednle.whero my father bid #«ed our il welling. The dew glinten «n tfcc auntir aides <>f the knolls; ami long Hnitdowa.denilydefiniwl aa idiadowa are in the prime "1 the day, full acroai the tnrf from miliary flr itafmrnmaA proupa if tall gnn-e bnahim; Mie com air lin...

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"Punch" and "Fun." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

" |iutc|)" nnir " Jun." TUB 1)b*T Wat OF PaLSEttviNa MEAT. Invite tiooo but vegetarians to dliio with you. TUB LAST WORD OF PITT-'\Vc can settle tliiH deputed quo*tl(in, We were parsing by tho Lyceum Thoolrc the other evening, and (wo always make n point of speaking# by tho board) tho laajworda were .. Pitt's lull." TRUTH eoMEtfW®* IN A BIT OF Fmbt&tion. -(A Conversation tHrt^vcontjiwTW ) Infatuated Youth: Ohl^ntfa de*re*t,aTo^r rnc n small place in your Itenri--Just a little earner.-Julia (who in a fearful fli'rtj: Oil f yes. you aro nt liberty to enter, bnt I icll you befnrehaud III it he i« not likely to fail for want of eviilcnco. Tho wishes of all docent folks uro heartily with lihn. TUB CuAKtoLOQY of RACE.-Accordinff to a report of tku hit meeting of the Kthwrlugf* cal Society, in (lie course of A dNnciirfWon wlikli t*ok placa ou'apap-tr read by Mr. Blake about the diameter of tho Peruvian skulU *' Mr. Crrt\vf.nd Htroujly expressed tho opinion that it in useless to att...

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Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

Sricnfik ORGANIC MATTER in TUB Atmospucur.^M. Itevidl ha* instituted a «erie< of experiment* nt the IKopital Lattboi*icro, Paris, and IIHH shown the existence of n large amount of organic matter floating in tho atmosphere The dunt of a ward was collected, on ! found to contain 36 per cent of organic mutter, chiefly in the form of upitheriul cells. In the nir of i-ooms containing llio auffi-rers from con taginus inflammation of the eyo*ball, email corpnselcs were detcctcd analogous tu thoio «ifl the virus thrown of!' from an inflamed eye. If is jnobable that InfccttoD, therefore. can be mechanically couvcyed from ey« to cy« by means of the air. Astidotb poo STRychmni?.-'Wc aro in formed tlint Mr. Jus. Bruce liaR recently dis covered a remedy for poisoning by strychnlno and by mushroom*. It cohmiiU in making the pntient ent Inrgo quantities of refined s«gur. and in desperate eases opening a veto and injectiu? sugared wntcr. Its effects ore In oxygenato the blood, and restor...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

^llisccllaucoits. Division OF JiABOur -Uy tin* division xvc menii tliu assignment of sumo particular task or duty la each individual, instead <>f each undertaking everything i» turn, ond changing from iiiio kiwi of work In another, 'flic riidl. meiita<if'tfii*divinfuii ercfoiiml in every family, ai ixlng, as in Coinniunitiei. fnun lliu oinplor inrnt of encli in the hinlt for which ho or she It found to be liest adapted. The wife mid chil dre i arc uuablo to aid in the chase, but i'nn perforin ninny linimohnM dlttiCH better tlinn the niAii in the flower of his atrotigth. Ainnn when aick or wounded, or dUnbled bv I ho weight of agofioin holding his place hostile llio youthful hunter*. can fimhion or repair the bun or fpciu, or poiut nrruwa. Upon the rider or infirm men, and Ilia women «f (lie household would iijitiirally Kill the making nf clothes. the cure 9HflockB. nnd the tillage of the grain 1, where ?ny IAIIII is cultivated. Here iru hove tliu rnolnicnts ...

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

'Sir" "4 J GINGER Bi coits -flub hn\t * butter iu'o two |>oimd4 of line flour, add i piiuud nf silted augar^jiud throe otinr, pounded ginger.. ot up teMtplki of" erg*, «n<T take a littfo Inli the Above Ingredieuta lift , m nil ire|| together mid (qftl it thin, and cut it into the ft»rin c* with n,. pnste cutter Bake ' uveii ontil ciiap, taking care 1 pale brown colour. PlNB APPLl^fAbUAUDB. ftiid cut Into am&tl pife* ^the m xMirar nn fruit; put one-third of m« the fitiit Lei it mend till uigTit, «o i tmct the jtlice. B >ll it uii ihi? fo'lnw for h almvl time; let it ttnnd for twoi r!ay«; iIIOII rc|fat the buithi'i withi third of the Miliar. Let it »Mttd again 9 d.\v . r two. then boil It clear with nuiw/W v.rifie Fiigar. The jtiiccof i ii Added, give* ti the marmalade an 4 acid. rrinted and puVHibed hy AlTOE!) ttAlfcA&j prictor, at the "itazmintr aim street, Warwick, Queenilnal

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Reflections. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

Oliver Wendell Holmes thus discourses on n " Thankful Heart:-M If one should give me n di.*h of Rflud. nnd tell hic tlwre %verc particle* of iron in it, I might lonk f*»r (lie u with my eves, nnd xcnreli I'm them with my clnm*y fingers, and be unnblc to detect tltcm ; lint let mo tnko a magnet mid f wnep through it. nnd how would it draw to iUelf (lie almost invisible particles l»v the mere power of attrac (ion! The uuthniikfui heart. like iny linger in the Pand. dWcovurs no mcrcies; hut let the thankful heart sweep through (ho daw and *a the magnet finds tha iron, xo it will find in cvuiy hope ruhio honvonly blessings; only (he iron in Gol'd sand is gold. ' Hequi-ATPD Study not Injuiuocs.-It Is a great mistake to imngjjio that the pursuit of le-intng is iujmious to health. Wo see thnt stndiou* men live as long a* ticrsons of «»y other profes-ion. History will confirm th* truth of this observation. Ir. fact, the regular, calm. nnd uniform life of n Htudcnt, conduce* to hcnlih. and r...

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Nugae Faccliae. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

Htugic £mt\k. Theodora Hook once *nid to a gentleman at wlnfle tnblo a publisher got very drnuk, '. Why. you Appear to hnve emptied your winu« Cellar into oui bookseller." When Afndemoirtcflu Arnault, the actress, went to vinU Voltaire, he ui<l to her, "Ah! mudcmoi>cllo, I inn nighty-Amr year* old. nitd I have committed as mony fo<»luiios." M Quito a trifle." replied the actress: " I run only tuity, and have committed a thousand." An Irish waitcrnncocomplimeiitedasalmon in the following manner: *' ftiith, it's not two hours since that Million wn« walking mund hi* real estAte niij his hands in hi* pocket, never draining whnt a protty invitashun hc*d liavo to jino you giiillemen at dinner. A practical joko was once attributed to bo ployed mi Mr. l£r*ktiio, as ho went w West* mUier Hall, with his nmpld ImjfcrAtnttied full of brief"'. Smile wa«rfti»h barrister liirod a boy to go and nsk hiin it' lio had any old clotho* l<» noil. *. N«# y«»u lattlo Jmp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 8 March 1867

SSartoitlt Stojjfffll flf Jits. -OODwOO^OOO AN ELOCUTIONARY AND VOCAL ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE GIVEN IN THE COURT HOUSE. ON FRIDAY EVENING, THE 22ND MARCH, 186Z. oooC°oOooo---:-? Chair to be talccn at Eight o'clock ly G. Clark, Esq. &£SEES£32©J£? ©SJJB SJHte&SHffi. JJrogramme. By the Chaibhah. Mr. IT. B. Palusb. Mr. CHAPMAN. Mr. S. MARSHALL, . Mr. SELWAY, Mr. R. W. GILS. PAItT I. Introduction Song & Chorus-" Massa's in the cold ground" Reading-" Tlie Song of the Shirt" . . .. Song-" A Son of Erin" Recitation-" Hohenlinden" .. .. Reading-" The Bashful Man'' . . v. . Song-" I'm leaving tliee in sorrow Annie".. E»K»g-.. Mr. 3. Wmmm. Song and Chorus-" Annie Lisle" .. PART ir. Song & Chorus-" Neverforget the DearOnea" Song-"Kathleen Mavourneen" .. .. Mr. W. H. Baowir. Reading-" A Black Job" .. .. .. Mr. J. WiNSTONE. Comic Song ., .. .. .. .. Mr. R. 6. Fcllb Song-" Brave old Oak" .. .. .. Mr. S. MARSHALL, Mrs. Caudle's ideas on Free Free-j^j , Mr. SELWAY. maso...

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Nugae Facetriae. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

An actress, who it a reputed chatter bo*, the other day sent for her doctor with all speeds She declared herself ill, and .wanted htm to write the requisite certificate. " I do not know if tliero it anything the matter," was the ply; "lot me fuel yonr pulse." Just «o. little quiet will aet yon to rights veiy aoon.T-, -" But I asauie von, dootor, I am til j look a my tongue." The doctor looked. " Well, see, tnjr dear Miss - i a little quist will do it good also." SETTLING UP A Douboik.-The ladles of Hwri congregation of a learned doctor, in £ bargh, lately determined to preattit blml a pulpit-gown: The doctor, «d the ftnfi | after it wag presented, intimated to the pspploj of the church: " The ladies bin been *iot enough to present me with a pulpit _ but lest any member should object til iveaiing it, I shan't pot It on yet, and will £9 olfactions on Thursday night." Nobody §? to object but «u old ladr. The dUctw all " Well Janet, what objections tare joa tot" pnlpitgowu 7" "Aweel. si...

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ALICE GILBERT'S CONFESSION. (Continued from our last) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

ALICE GILBERT S CONFESSION. {Continued from our la*t) Still lbs daily routine of life went on tra* brokenly. Dr. Gilbert visited us constantly, j exercising1 over us life quiet and friendly sway, and treating tne with a half-fatherly half* brotherly re card ; while I tried myself to be have towards liiin with the assumed vivacity of a carelcss girl. Music did singing passed away the evening bum-*, they two sitting by the fireside and listening peacefully. Some times when I accompanied tbe doctor to tho door, And answered bin paternal good nipht, and returning thence to tbe Bittlng-room to find my father witb our old family Bible before hltn, wbero was that register of our lineage for three centuries, I longed to confess to him iny burden of uorrow. But bow could I tell him that Johanna, whem he bad loved next to ine, and whoso death WAS the last woman's death recorded in our pedigree, had violated the inherited and flacred purity of our name in the eight of men, whilo I stood her si...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

WeivIiLV CILISWDAB. BVS.Bu. Sun, tit Lcnt\ Sfundsy - Tae&dAj Wednesday......... Tbiirsdsj ...»

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Poetry. "SIX FEET BY TWO." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

" SIX FEET BY TWO." Fonlf fool! Prithee, be cool; All thy writhing will nothing do; Though thou art diess'd in a lordting guise, Making beads bow, find bnts to rise, Thou'st but ten fingers and Just ten toes, A nil tby meanest slaves have as many a* those. Though coarser their food, their drink and clothes, Ray, is thy appetite keener than theirs T i 8»yf is tby velvet couch freer of cares? Ample thy land is-its value vast; Out look thee, lord. It dwindles at la&t t To " six feet by two.1* I Vool J fool I I L»y down no rule, I For each is equal in Heaven's view. I Ilea* Nature'* truib:-Whtn th©« were born j Not one single gem did thy body adorn, I Thy heir unborn, tbou can'et leave wealth to But sny, will it be his well earn*<) due? And more, did God give it to him and you? At any moment U Rt<>pp*d thy breath! Look not to thy birth, but rather thy death. Proud Ltinu 1 the worm is thy lord at last, And nil tint is loft thee of all the past Zs'* *ix Ac...

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WINE AS A MEDICINE. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

WINE AS A MEDICINE. No. I. We find that Hippocrates made ose of a few medicines of the pharmaceu-1 tic kind; and his dietetic regimen and vinous medicines were the principal aids on which he depended for the cure of diseases, whenever his inten tion was either to restrain or raise the motion of the blood. He preferred them particularly as a generous cor dial, with which, when the strength and spirits were depressed and languid, he could extend or confine their operations within more certain limits than any alexipharmic medicine known to him in the then imperfect state of the materia medica. Sir Edward Barry says:-" I re member a remarkable instance in a nobleman of eminent and distin guished character who always lived temperately, but whose constitution was delicate and relaxed. About the age of seventy he became bencophlymatic; his legs began to swell, and his appe tite and digestion to be depraved. I recommended to him to live chiefly on a light, animal, solid food, seasoned light...

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Examiner and Times. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

fetutiiici" antr Cms. FRIDAY, Maucu 15, 1867. His Excellency tlie Governor is about to pay a visit to our (own, this being (he second occasion. With a broad, manly, unsectarian spirit, a wonderful unanimity such as has ever charac terised the inhabitants of Warwick at the proper time a public reception is to be given to him by them; we beg pardon-by the Corporation on their behalf, the particulars whereof we give eUewhcre. We have, it is true, amongst us some, at times, loud grum bletemians; big whiskered, broad shouldered, Kulky-looVmg democrats, in fact; but, as proved in the great States, democrats are wonderfully will ing and ready to " bow down," and few can perform the Kotoo more grace fully before an excellency. As the old women repeated her " for what we are going to receive" before the duchess; so one of these demi-reps has possible been heard to mumble "erred and strayed-like lost sheep be mcrcil'ul to us miserable sinners." "Veriiy IL's Excellency shall have cause ?to str...

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THE SMALLEST OF DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

THE SMALLEST OF DAIRY COWS. This we need scarcely tell our read ers is the little black and white cow of Brittany, and if all we are told about her be true, she is essentially the cow | for a poor man. She is Baid to live upon sixpence a week, and give milk I worth that much every day nnder the ' most unfavourable circumstances, and | to have an immunity from disease. I The Bretons are the only cattle that have cscaped the rinderpest, unless it may be their congeners in Kerry, and they scarcely know what lung disease is. llardy and patient under the roughest usage, yet they give an ample return for better food and treat ment. Being of such small size they ?cannot eat much, but when allowed 'good feed Jhey give a large yield of rich milk in proportion to what they do eat, and the dry cattle fatten quickly and put on beef fine irr -the gram ana rich in flavour. Their ltniVk is not /W M rjuite so rich in the cream as ihal of l)ie Chainiul Island cattle, but they yinlii more in proporti...

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Local Intelligence. POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 March 1867

POETRY. The melodies of many lands, }3re while have cbnriued mine enr. Yet tbero's but one, among them nil, Which still my heart Imlds dear. I i] in id it first from tips I loved, My tours it then beguiled. It was the sung tny mother sang. When I »m but a child. Its words I well remember now. Welti fraught ^itl* pcaefijita olJ, And every line » maxim held, Of fur mora worth than gold. A lesson 'twas, tbo" simply taught, And cannot fade away; It i« toy guiding stir by night. Sly comfort in th« day. It told tan in the hour of need To seek a solace there, IVbore only stiieken hearts could find, i Meet answer to their prayer. | AM much I owe that gentle voice, Whose words iny tears bcguil'd, It was the song tnj- mother sang. When I was but a child. from a Correiponiettt. In reference to Uie cipectcd visit of Sir Geiirgo and Lady Hjwcn, why, we would ask, is there no (illusion mado to the reception and escort of tier ladyship by a troop of the fair equestrians of the town. It would bo a ...

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