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HOW LAND IS USED IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
HOW LAND IS USED IN GREAT BRITAIN. Sir,-In looking over the Agricul tural Statistics oRireat Britain, lor (lie past year, I have extracted a few figures which I would wish to submit to your readers. Tlicy semn to mc to place in a Ftronji light the peculiar character of our land policy, and it may not Ijo out of placc to consider the questions which tliey naturally raise, in relation to our mode of settling the lauds of the colony. | A short time ago, in a friendly dis- j cussion on the interminable land que6- ' tion, I was unmercifully laughed at for stating that one-half of the surface of England, and three-fourths of Scotland,' were always in pasture. I find that . the figures which I HOW submit, more than bear out my assertion. ! Arabic l.ainl in IVusU1 lund I crop, or under a Improved or natural . ru'atiunofciope. itnvlurv. puaiurr. ! Grcnt ItnUiin 12,9r,C10.'!l U3US,SM.SoOj.wa Briefly, in England, for every ten acres of arable land there arc ten acres of improved permanent past...
Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
QOIKCE Mabiumdi.-Pure and quarter the fruit, put it iii layers iq ? (tone jar with Mg ar sprinkled between oacb; add Ik -te*cnpf5l of water, and bake it in a cool oven. Have a quantity of augar equal iq weighttb the fruit; allow one quart of'water £o every 41b.; boil the sugar and water togther.ekihitnSng itweli. When the quinces' are softadd them, with k . quartofthejuioe which will be found in 'the jar; boil them in the syrnp, beating it with a spoon until the marmalade is &lt;jtute atnoo'h. Another Way.-Pare and quarter qutne^a, weigh an equal quantity of sugar; toilb. M the Tatter put one quart of water, boil aDdaklm, and liave it ready whilst. lib. of guinea* are made tolerably tender by the foUoving mbde: -Lay them in a stone jar with a teactlpful of water at the bottom, and pack them with a little sugar strewed between; cover the jar cloae, anb act it on a stove or cool oven, and let them soften till the colour-becomes led; then pour the fruit syrup and one quart, of ...
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
Impunbiitgs. At Warwick, from Mount Tabor, on the 16th March. Driving, 6d. per bead:-YeHow cow MJR ( the J B conjoined ) off rump, off cat marked, calf at foot. If out released before 1C April will be told. From Canniug DOWOB, 39tb Marc)); driving 2i. per head- Bay horse, blase, like EAF off shoulder. Jlike KAF over illegible brand near shoulder: chestnut ,filly, star and small blase, Dear fore foot white, like qB conjoined near shoulder; brown colt, like 11 over t) near shoulder; dark b&y ffelding, small star, white feet, T3 near shoulder, liko U over X off shoulder j brown colt, star, Pi?" over P M near shoulder, P near rump; black filly PM over VF near Bhouldev; black koise, S over 00 off shoulder. If not released on or befoio 16 April will be fiold. Fratv Canning Dowoa 28rb March; driving, 2a Cd per head-Light bay mare, blase, hind feet while, MA over LL ok shoulder, with un branded foal; chetmut colt, blase off hiud and fore feet white, like i\ over g off shoulder; ches...
Ladie's Column. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
fabits' Cclutaui. Ch&lt;iosik« Cjibpet«.-Acarpct abonldieelt, ; ware clinntn a« a background Jifiorj wbitMlie £ other articles til" furnttUrenre to be nUoed.aqi should, from its aolwr jMlotirt Riid Witttnacfiie ,'r fealnres, have ateirdeficy rtil'herto-irnph>Te by comparison nlrfectt -plate# fipun Itthtip command for Itself tlm ti"tlceoT tlie spectator. It should vie with noUiing.but tmtliet' firt value to ell object* coming «n Dontnot with if. Composed of «ombr«-6)ljwe8and tone* *nd , treated essentially at a flatinrfabe, it exert* a most valuable woufeh BUborBlnaw SoTluenJ* upon all tlie other deeorationyiof the day, Upon it the eye rests wbilo jiurveyln^iliu ?' more important furniture'; and lit prtSence. >3 proper); treated, tnipplle* the ftWseSiaVjr : materia! fnr a satisfactory Contrast with?ll>pr portions of the decorat ion, which comparison id no wine detracts from itsown peculiar de gree of merit, bat prtveirftom tbU clrctrtnetanoe on valuable It l« As cont...
Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
(famiitct anb SCimcs. i THURSDAY, Amur. IJ, 1867. GREAT complaints are made from time to lime of the exireme severity with which both in the immediate neighbour hood of the town, and in the district generally, the process of impounding is carried on by the squatters. This, if the allegations be well founded, is, however just or legal it may actually be, neither a generous or wise course to pursue, and gives loo much ground for the effortB and declamations of that class which subsists alone by raising and' nourishing a feeling of antagonism between the two classes of sqr.atter and farmer, that would be far from existing if unprompted. It is j indeed sometimes insinuated that the | animals impounded might be described as " found before they were lost," but this will of course pass as the mere wild words of enragement. In the knowledge of this feeling, however, some little leniency in not exacting the utmost permitted by law might very advantageously be displayed. It would be one step ...
THE LEASING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
TUG LEASING ACT. WHILE agreeing in the fact that (he! Leasing Act of the last Session vastly I improved our Sand code, however im- | Tenor it might be in comparison with , the inducements and measures of the j United States &c., the chief journal of j the colony has discovered that the good i or evil effects of it will depend upon ' its administration, upon the object . which its administrators have in view. 1 It is here that it is faulty, here that it, might be a medium for good and con- : ' solidation or an engine for eril, and ! destruction! If worked honest) v it1 will be an honest measure; if dis- 1 honestly it will be dishonest! An approximation here with a vengeance to the old " finis coronat opus," the end sanctifies the means. The dishonest I party is of course tbe pastoral tenant I vulgo squatter. In tbe hands of this I raw head, and ensanguined bone party j the measure would be the means of 1 " reviving all the evils of tbe pre- 1 emptive right system in aggravate...
TAKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
TAKINGS. Ho took Iter fcncy wliou iioceme, He took licr iianil, lie took h bias, Ho took no notice of Uib sliotne V 'i'hat glowed tier li*ppy GliSek fct Ibi*. He took to come &lt;if aftqnwonft, lie took an oatli he'd ne'er deceive, He took licr matter's silver 6poon», ' And after that he took Ilia Jeare.. W-B-?!
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
fotal Jdclliptp. Tile increase in the amount to thj credit of dcpoiiit'irs in tlic Government Siivings Rank for the nionth of March was_i"27&lt;i!> Sh. Id. The Warwick Jockey Club meet at the Com mercial this (Wednesday) evening. In Ihc Clifton Reserve there have been taken - up under (lie Leading Clauses Act. 07 acres 2 roods Benjamin Gadd i 59 ncrcb ;t loodi Thomas Ilowitt; SG acrca 1 rood 21 perches George Ilowitt. The usual monthly meeting of the com mittee of the School of Arte was held last Thursday. There were eight members present and Mr. W. II. Brown occupied the chair Several accounts were ordered for payment amounting to £39 12s. 2d., and the secretary reported that the periodicals, &c., nere now being received direct from England instead of from a Colonial agent as heretofore, thereby effecting a considerable saving to the institu tion. Messrs. Becke and Jarrett wore ap pointed to audit the accounts to he laid before the general meeting of members, and...
Poetry. SWEET REST. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
SWEET REST. *Tis sweet to rest when work U done, And daylight i-burtcns in; To watch tlie calm receding sun, And fuel a glow within. Tit sweet to sit nnd loose the tide Of healthful thought a-iinin ; To spread the sail, and (Tail)' tide In faacy's light domain. To reu*e. and murk, and mnnnui none. To tinge with golden dye ; The world'* rebuff* to smile upon. Oh soften t>> the eye. And many, many tilings to see On dreamlaud's mystic pile; To picture man, Nice liberty. Serene froiu wordly wile. Alt. me! but drCAtns are like the *Uy, How soeming fair, jjo«V Mac);. And rest is short, too soon (o Ay, Id bygone's endless track. Yet still, lis good to rest And smile, And work your path along; And now and then an hour beguile With dreamers and their none. -The Working Man,
POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, APRIL 5th. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
POLICE COURT, WARWICK. FHIDAV, APRIL 5th. * ["Before the Police Magistrate.] John B. Pease summoned David Crombie for threatening language in citing to a breach of the peace. After complainants statement the defendant apologised: to pay costs. John Madden brought up on war rant from Toowoomba for neglect of order of court to support his wife. Discharged on promise of receiving wife back. John Garter charged with making use of threatening language and having firearms in possession. Remanded to Tuesday for further evidence. SATURDAY, Aprii 6th. (Before the Police Magistrate.) J. F. Beck charged with theft of certain properties of Henry Kries, viz., revolver, black coat, pair of trousers, comforter, and a' dog. The articles were found in his possession near Mary rale. II. Kries stated that prisoner had bean, one of his boarders; missed the articles at about 8 or 9 o'clock, p. m-. on April 3d. ; Prisoner was committed for trial at the next'District Court next month. TUESDAY, APRIL 9th. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
Djimedimnts. TO PLOiiisnnisN. WANTED, au experienced PLOU GH M AM, ouo who throughly understands the driving of horses. To a (wmpetent person L pennautincy is offered. Apply to T. RUSCOE, F9 Warwick. Board and Keaidence. GENTLEMEN desirous of comfort able BQAPI) and RESIDENCE can meet with the same by Applying to I JAMES COKNfSII. 90 Gmftou-street. TO LRT, THE late RESIDENCE of D. if. Sinclair, Esq., P.M.-Apply at the Australian Auction Mart. 95 KWTIGE&lt; THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEET ING of St. MARK'S CHURCH will be held in St. Mark's School, on EASTER TUESDAY, 23rd APBIL next, to receive the Acoounts of the Churchwarden", and to Elect new Churchwarden* for the eusuing year, and other business. W. 6PREADBOROU6H,) r," , O. CLARK, I Cnurcn W. H. BROWN. J W4'&lt;ien»' April 9th, 16G7. 96 NOTICE. T HAVE THIS DAY disposed of X my Business, with the StocU-in-Trade, Household Furniture, Timber, &o., to my nephew, Mr. JAMES BRAY, JtJN., who will in future &trry o...
"Punch" and "Fun." PUNCH'S PROVERBS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
PUNCH'S PB0VEHB8. Most sticks liave two ends, «nd a maff geU liold of the wrong one. The good bey studies faia] leBsou ; the baft boy gets it. Who steals my railway debwitiaes steal? trasb. If sixpence were sunshine. it would never be loBt in the giving, The man that ia happy in all things will re joice in potatoea. Three removes are better than a desaert. Dinner deferred maketli the hungry uian mad. Bacon without liver ia food for the mind. French. They are scarce of hoceeHosh that eat saddle of mutton. Forty winks or five million ia one aleep. Yon dont go to the Mansioa. Uouse for tikilligolco. Three may keep counsel if tliey retain a banister. What ia done cannot be underdone. You can't make a pair of (hoes out of a pig's tail. n Dinner hour is worth every other, except bed-time. No hairdressei puts grease into a wise man,* head. An upright judge for a downright roguo. Happiness is the hindmost horse ill the Derby. There is no crnelty in whipping cream. Care will Mil a cat; carel...
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
LAT.IKT COLONIAL NEWS. Tnree or four straw engines, (en (o twclvc-liorer? power, haw lutrly Lion f&lt;»r Warded froin Melbourne t&lt;> Fquat(in&lt;r hUtioun in the MurrurnhiJ^ce district, fur (he purpose of pumping water. The high rate of jufant mortality fit B&IIa rut is causing a grent denl of uucuhiness. Jt KecniB that over 300 children have been buried there since the 1st of January. The hares, ns well as the rabbits, of Mr Austins game preserves, Barwon Park, are, as their number* increase, making their ap pearance in different parts of the adjoining country. Mr John O'Donnell tiirnliey of Eock hatnpton gaol has been summarily dismissed from his appoflfcmcnt on the grounds of having been the author or in some,way con nected with the concoction of certain articles in the Northern Argus. There have^cen great floods in the Mnrara district and in Aruluen valley New South Wales. Three lives were lost in the former instance, aud much damage done to ...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
ARRIVAL, »»:P«nTURE I «Ii" HtlLH. AltlilVAl a Viore *f«r)l »TiJ, creif Tumday, at 1 p.m., cud c-*i r» bjturday, at 6 p.m. H lirislmae at&lt;U l|tsulcli, H* Drayton, liy 0«>IIVp emu-bra, cvirj TucmI. j, TUuralajr, atid iSatur daya, it 3 p.m. " Lejburi), oia Xalgai Diggings, every VediiikJay *1 booq. ItJ'PA liTL'iiRS. For Maryland, rvcrr Mondftv, at 8 a.m., and every TliuivUy, at 4 p.m. *? Urlktiane nnd Ipiwicli, via Dravtnn, IV«tv Mondny, Wednesday, and Friday, liy &lt;'u)il/b iw»adici, ai 44 Warrick to Lcrburn, every Tbutidny, ftl 4 B.m.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
t-OnHGKl'I&l" * The price at which Mr. Herbert placed £900,000 worth of debentures on the English tnarket must have been a surprise to some few here. While the having quitted a previous portion of loan at 85 was considered not so bad, this gentleman has most felici tously passed this, and got rid of his charge at 82> Some calculator who has plunged into the matter with un mistakeame impetuosity, has _ stated that this represents de facto an interest of 8 per cent. We know that the ««Courier" estimated the jreal interest of the last portion disposed of at 7£. We shall no doubt, as we advance, achieyelO per cent, though in a some what-roun&bout mode. Certainly if we might accept evidence of the £300,000 of debentures offered here, and statement or a Sydney contempo rary of come little date back as of any value, v/k need not in truth for our needs to leave the colonies if we offer a direct high interest, and thus gain in convenience and time. Thfe journal in question...
GARDENING. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
U % ItDKK IHG. APRIL. Gajiden. - Attend to those veg&lt;*t iblefi which were sown last month ; boons And p«aa should l>o kept clean; cabbngrs and cunliflowcrF when fit to handle, should he transplanted turnips and carrots should he thinned. Son' some of the wore suitable vegetables and nai ads far MQQossion ; but the cottage gardener will find little satisfaction from cauliflowers, savoys, and Brussels sprouts, if sown late this month-his principal dependence lor preens, should be on the Cabbage. Banana* duting this and the next month 01 two arc apt to break down; heavy lunches should be propped, lu the flower parden nil alteration* or udJi lions should be mode, evergreen iiihrubs, roses, die,, bear moviug well now, This is also a good time to transplant bulbs. Make a sowing of hardy annuals lor spring decoration. Fcblo.-Prepare lan'f for tiaten hay crops and flow n patch for cutting green. Land in tended for lucerne should be cluanfd. drained, and deeply cultivated. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 April 1867
THE drummer mrir ffintrs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every TBUIUDAf nonwlKG, llWM Iter the Outgoing Mail*. The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS par quarter, in all cases in .druioc. Single copies, BIXPENCH. 80ALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVKit TISING s. Two lines 5 0 Four do 2 0 Si* do 2 6 Eight d.>, S 0 Every Additions! six lines or under la. ViecoV'T Ob IS consecutive insertions 80 per cent. 2$ " 33 " All Advertisements must specify on their . free Alie number of limes they are to be in k aerted; if sent in without tins specification, f suoh advertisements will lie inserted until Countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be cent in not later than 5 p.m. en Thursdays. I Orders for withdrawal or alteration must be writhm _ Non-autucvibflrs' advertisements tnoet be p»id for previous to insertion. Marriages, Blithe, and Deaths, Si. per taiertioa, AQBSTS IN BRISBANE Mr, O. D, HaaRisoK, Stationer* News Agent,' * School of AH* Buildings. Mr. 3. WILDE, Snath Brisba...
WOMEN AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867
WOMEN AND POLITICS. The gradaa.1 amelioration of the social position of woman has, throughout his tory, been the sure mark of advancing civilisation. The days are long past when it could be professed that women were only destined to serve the wants of men. Many of the social impedi ments which formerly hampered the development of women's faculties have been removed, and their education is now regarded to be aB important as the education of the other sex. It is difficult to answer the arguments which refuse them the franchise. The ques tion is very rarely argued upon any serious ground, but tbo whole subject is dismissed with the ridicule which can be BO easily suggested. We are asked to laugh at the idea of Women being politifcians; and we are told to picture the domestic hearth where a man is violently wrangling with his wife about the claims of rival candi dates. But if the question is debated seriously, it will probably be urged that women were never intended to meddle with polit...