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How to Utilize Stray Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
| How lit Utilize titruy Uogs. | While searching for nrlifici-il manured. I | WAS directei! to a man who was reported to I prepare o cheap find powuifnl iiiaiiuio from ! tin} stewed carcases-of strayed dog*, I &&» A little nmuaed, mid obtntned the services of a | friend who U one of the principals in n great I nursery firm, aomewbere to the north &lt;»l the 1metropolis. and less limn a thoiwnnfl mile*. &lt; distant. At the lima of «»y expedition, b«r I vest was in pro£ic*B, and (ho weather vpa Vaiay. A* wc dmve along a uartaw lane (u n ? very romnntio spot, mutually i-o^ietting that A piece of oats in the harvestin; of which my i friend wns parJicolnrJy interfiled sceineri i likely to tio much injmcd by (ho weather, I noticed in a fiolJ near die mod a low shed liku j building with n chimney from which a thin column of amoke io*e slowly. "What** here?" I ft*fcc&lt;f, "n pottery or a stenuifng Apparatu* for cattle food* or ore (hey Iti'n* drying...
MELBOURNE. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
MELBOURNE. May 4. There is nothing Dew frith respect to politi* cal affairs. Flour is dull of sale. May 0. The formation of a new Ministry is not yet completed. The National Bank has declared a dividend I of I Tim Quocn liau vetoed the hill for reducing | the Governor'* salary. ! Mr. Sladun has completed the formation of a Ministry. Mr. John D. Itelaod will defe&d the New Zealand rioters. j Mr. Drumtnond, & police magistiatc, desir | ing to experiment with Shires* antidote for snake hites allowed n fiiiukc to bite him. The j antidote was applied but proved ineffectual,* and Mr. Druintnund lias died from the opera tion of the snake poison. Parliament has adjourned till to-morrow It is expected that the formation of the new Ministry will then he announced. It is re ported that it includes Sladcn, AspinalJ, Fcl iowcB, Gillies, and Langton.
Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
Warwick municipal Council, j The usual fortnightly meeting of the council was held on Thursday last. Present-The Mayor, Aids. Crombie, Affleck, Balls, and Morgan, The business of the meeting was ot a formal character, and consisted prin cipally in receiving and passing the following reports. IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. The committee reported that they had examined N. Thornton's contract In Palmerin-street, and found the same completed to their satisfaction; and should the gravel pit in front of J. Sheehan's house be filled up as con templated, the committee recommend that the contractor be naid for the spected the gravelling on the west side of Albion-Btreet, and found the same satisfactorily finished, and recommend that the contractor be paid; also that the sum of 19s 6d, which had been stopped horn T. Murphy's account be paid to him. Aid. CROMBIE moved the adoption of the report, which was seconded by Aid. MORGAN, and carried. FINANCE COMMITTEE. Hie report or this committee stated that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Seliina Off! SELLING OFF ! ! SELLING OFF!! To Squatters, Storekeepers, Pub licans, Hawkers, Heads of Families, & the Pnblie Generally. DAVIS, HARMS, aid COMF1., Have to intimate that in consequence of ghsolnlbn cf |k!nrrsl)tjr in (gffliinou of Ciuif, And in order to Cluso alt Partnership Accounts, THEY WILL OFFER THEIR MM® MfSD VMiim or GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT ®®st iPiga@gi0 IS calling the attention or the public to this notice, D. H. & Co., would remark that (heir Deed ol Piirmership expires on the 1st day of JULY NEXT, by ivliicit, time it is compulsory tliut (he whole ol their STOCK-IN-TRADE MUST DE DISPOSED OF. In making this announcement to tlio public ol' this Bona-Jicte Sale We would observe that such on opportunity to secure a Jfirskkss Siijiplir of dtfonbg BOB never before presented itself in litis district, and wo would certainly recommend all Buyers to GIVE AN EARLY CALL. (inr STOCK consists of Drapery and Haberdathery of every de...
Warwick School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
Warwick School of Arte. The annual meeting of the members of the School of Arts was held on Thursday even ing l&st. There m&a a good attendance. Mr. W. H. Bsowsi was in the chair, and after stating the business of the tneetiug called upon (he Secretary to read the report which was as follows : "Your committee hare much pleasure in presenting to you the Third Annua) Report of the Inititutien. and they trust you will be satisfied with what has been done during the past year. " One hundred end ten members have been enrolled daring the year, of whom 17 were yearly 26 half-yearly, and &lt;7 quarterly mem bers. thus shelving on increase of IS over the previous twelve months. The income derivable from this source bag been £68 Bt" and has been supplemented by the sum of £92 received from Government for the year 1867. Hour committee have much pleasure in being able to state that the Government aid has been con tinued to the Institution, and it is hoped that the whole ...
Bestruction of Barasm?s Museum. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
VeKtrucllon of ttarimuifo Maiteiiikt. Tliu chief item of New Writ news is tlio j hurtling of UiiindiiiV INiecnm, wliiji nccflrrcd &lt;111 tho iiiglit of I'm 3rd instant, together with the destruction of nearly tlie entire collodion ol'trnliirtble curhifcitlea ciiniained ill tliu buihl> iiig. Only a part iif Hie bussts forming tlio ; tnciisgeria were nitved. Tho seetio man very tucitin;', the struggle! nnd tiultei made by tliu animals causing many of tlij ppec'ator* to four that they would break lonse, Sniiie of the men cmphij'ed in tliu b'.'iMing&ilcceeded in wiring (lie giraffe, which w«s taken out through Morcei-ttiect. It «'!&lt;« liailly lniMit. A Kinall . li-phant, two l.imjnmns, n leoifiiil. Olid neveial other animals Wen# savedthrough tliu Rrnndcray entmiice. A limit two o'clock n tiger cnnfliicdon the Oral flnnr burst the hnra nf lit* cage mid sprang through a «vindmv tn tliu street. In nil in Ktitnt he turned down Uroadway, when a Nlretitn i f wat...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
NOTICE. We beg to inform ow ft lends end subscribers that our accounts for the quarter ending March 31 at, ure now being delivered, and we should feel obliged ly a speedy set tlement of the same. Mr. R, J. Mackenzie has been appointed our collector, and his receipt mil be a full discharge of all claims. N. A. COWTON, SATTL. IRWIN. April 20th, 1868.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
THE fonthter anir Cimts IB PUBLISHED IS WARWICK Bverjr 8ATURDIV HORSIKO, fa tuiae for the Outgoing; Midi*. The amount of Subscription in FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cased in advance. 6ingle copies, SIXPENCE. WALE OF OHAtlGSS FOB ADVER TISING 8 t. &lt;J. Ttroliflea 1 o Four do . 8 0 Sis do 2 C Eight d,» 8 0 Iwij additional elx liues or under la. Dm"op»T-. On IS oonaeoutlve insertions 20 per cent. 26 33 " AN Adveitiaementa must specify on tlicir f«ce (ha number of times (hey are In be in. .erled; if cent in without tills Rpecificiitiun, auch advertisements will lie lii«crteit uniil tBonterminMt and charged for accordingly. All Adrartieemeate timst Iw sent in wit ktw-thanSp.ni . nn Fridays. Orders far withdrawal or alteration must be written. Noa-iabacribers* advertisements moat be P*ld for previous to insertion. Marriages, Blrthi, and Deaths, Si. per insertloa. | AGRNT IN SYDNEY Mwilt Qofi&uD and Gulch, George-street AGENT8 IN UMBRA VE: Mr.O. D. Haantiow,8taiion...
Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
fettmtcr ittti Cimcs. SATURDAY, Matt 9, 1868. ONE of the most remarkable docu ments that has been, issued by the Government during the last sees ion is the " Minutes of Evidence taken before a Select Committee oa the Queensland Emigration Department of &lt;Jr6at Britain." The class of immigrants that landed In this colony daring the last year or two of Ms-. JORDAN'S "regime" was certainly anything but creditable to those who had the selection of them, and if it were ever desired to benefit the colony by sending to its shores iihip bad after ship load of "navvies," those who sent them could not have had any idea of the requirements of the colony. It will bB remembered that towards the latter portion of 1866, when die commercial crisis was begin ning to tell fearfully upon Queensland, nearly all parties were attributing the depression of the colony to the over stocked labor market. "Stop immigra tion" was. the general cry throughout the land, and accordingly, one of the most u...
CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
CALENDAR FOR MAY. Mooa't OJianenx FttllUono 7th...4'&lt;8 a.m. Laat Qoartr 15tb...9 Sr a.ra. New Mooa 22ad...4'47.p.m. lrt Quarter g9th,..9'S3 ajn. Bus 1U«»&lt; bn#. . lit day... C'29 S-20 fitli ri ... ?'83 S*25 I Ifith ||... 6-36 5'IC | 52nd ... 6'40 6-13 2 3 4 6 8 .J 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 J9 "80 SI 22 gs St SO SSI' 27 SB 29 80 St P. Prince Arthur bora, 1850. 8, (3) Pint Chinese in Queennland, 1850. Sun.jSED SUKDAT AFTER ISiSTEIl. M, Moreton Bay proclaimed, 1642. To. Ontbreak of Civil War in U. 8., 18C1. W. Gold discovered in Australia, 1851. Tn, District Council elected. Sydney, 1844. P. Daniel O'Cennell died, 1847. B. Scbiller died, aged 46,18QS, Sun. 4TH SBKDAV AFTER EABTKH, [1853, M. (10) Land sold in Melb. nt £21 ti per ft. To. Last Transport to Moreton Bay, 1850. W. (I2>8irClias. Bairy died, I860. To. Mint established at Sydney, litis. P. Melbourne founded, 1837. S. Cook discovered Moreton Bay, 1770, Sun. ROGATION SUSDAY. M. 1(17) 1st Circuit Oonrt, Br...
Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 May 1868
fotitl Jntcllipct. MF-TBOUOLOGICAL OBSKKVAXIONS, ! The following are tbe readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily: BAEOMETER. TllEBMOMETnB. _ . . _ MAX. mm. Saturday .. 28630 .... 68 0 .. 610 Monday .. 2S 620 680 .. 4.J 0 Tuesday .. 23737 .... 090 .. 60« Wednesday .. 28650 69 0 .. 390 Thursday .. 26 070 .... 72 0 .. eio Friday .. 2*076 6GO .. iS'O Rainfall sincc.last issue nil. We yesterday inspected (where it is 6till on view) at Mr. Kingsford's Royal Exchange Hotel, the largest specimen of ironbark jiunapkin ever yet, we believe, seen in this district. It was crown by Mr. T. ShimmingB, on the Warwick Reserve, and is well worth inspection. Its weight is over 41 lbs, being one of three the total weight of which is 118 lbs. In answer to the address to H.Ii.H. Prince Alfred, which was drawn up at the indiguation meeting held in this town recently, the Mayor (J. Morgan, Esq.,) has received the foll...
Niagara Wearing Out. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
Niagara Wearing Out. Poring tjie-present era of human history, or since tbe discovery of Niagara by civiliscd man. tbe great cataract has changed little in apps trance, and although the everlasting waters bare been constantly at work wearing sway tbe shelf of rock, the rate of progress is soarcely perceptible in a lifetime. There are now appearances, however, that Indicate a tndden and entire change of tbe form of tbe Canadian Falls, liable: to opcur at any time, and in a manner that would be likely to diminish, if not entirely divert, the stream at present passing over the precipice on thB American side of Goat Island. Within. the past two years a peculiar motion of the rapids at a point about 800 yards.above tbe curve in the Falls, over which the greatest body- of water Ascends, has attracted the attention of careful observers, and given rise to the belief I that the current has made a breach through the Wft shale stratum underlying the limestone l*dge over which the main body des...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
PICKLES. SAUCES- JAMS, &«. (Free from adulteration), MiNCFAOTOBED BT CROSSE ft BbiiKWEU, Purveyors to the Queen, SOHO-SQUARE, LONDON. CE0B6B AND Elackwell'S re iiowncd Fire-class Pickles, Sauces are obtainable from- every*Grocer« add Provision Deiler in the world. Purchasers should see that they lire sup. Elied wiLli 0. is B.'H genuine goods, and that lferior articles are not substituted for them. To insure thorough wholesomeness, their Pieties are all prepared in pure Malt Vinegar, boiled in Oak Vats by means of Platinum Steam Coils: and are precisely similar in quality to those supplied oy them for use at HER MAJESTY'S TABLE. G. & B. are Agents for LEA ft PERRINS' Celebrated WORCESTERSHIRE SAUOE,' and are Manufacturers of every,description ol Oilmen's Stores of the hightest quality, 88 ROYAL INSURANCE oompant (FIBS AND LIFE), OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. Capital, CS.OOO.OOO. Funds in band to meet claims £800,000. F I B E . Policies issued at lowest rates. Losses prompt...
SYDNEY. May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
SYDNEY. May 11. The coal recently found near Sipgletou, ii pronoonoeJ to be the finest in the colony. The inquiry into the oanses of tbedeath of Boohe, the fireman belonging to the Clarence, bu not yet finished. At the prosecution, to-day, of Messrs. Lee and Macpherson tiro tnembara of tbs Legis lative Assembly, for tbe late disorderly con dnct fn tbe House, Mr. Lei pleaded guilty, and was bound over to- appear on tbe 7th of Jane next to receive sentence. He. Mecpbenon raiiedan objection to tbe legality of the infotmatlon. The question Is to be argued to-morrow. M'Donald, the manager of the Joint 8took Sank, bas been committed for Mai for em besileihent, while manager of tbe Commercial Bank at Orange. Malta is scarce, and ie quoted at from 2s fid tots. Teal are In active demand. May IS. L Lya^r's Opera Company opened last even ing to an overflowing boose. Sir, Macpberson's case bas been postponed Until to-morrow. Tbe Kate bas arrived from San Francisco, which port abe left on the £6...
MELBOURNE. May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
MELBOURNE. May II. The elections are likely to be attended with warm eon testa. The party of burglars that robbed Chis. holm's warehouse has been captured, and the stolen silks recovered. Vincent, the actor, died yesterday. The Theatre Boyal is to be closed for two nights out of reapeot to him. Maise ts quoted at 4a. May is. _ ! Shires. the discoverer of the anaks anti dote, haa been committed for trial for man. slaughter, in consequence of the death of Mr. Drnmmond. There was a vary large attendance at the funeral of the late Mr. Vincent, the actor.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
HistcKaurons. BLEICHINQ WOOL.-In 3860, M. Jean Henri Cliaudet, of Kouen, Franco, was tbe first to propose the use of bisulpbate of Hoda, leucogene (or woof bleaching, which is now universally employed in France Belgium, Italy. Prussia, and Russia. Io a tub filled with cold water, tbe first operation is to pour eighteen litres of lucogcne at 25 degrees for every 100 killo grammes of wool to be bleached. Tbe wool, washed and scoured as well as possible, is steeped for at least three hours in this hath, and left to drain over the tub, so as to save all the liquid. It is then dried fa the open air. The same bath serves for any length of time, provided at cack operation there are added nine fresh litres of leucogene per 100 kilo grammes of woo), with a sufficient quantity of water necessary to replace that used up by the proceeding operation. Tbe wools thus bleached liave a whiteness which is permanent and more lasting than the bleaching obtained by sulphurous acid. They can enter into t...
Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS,. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
fatal Jntclligciuc. METEOROLOGICAL OBSEBVATIONS,. The following are the readings of the barometer and thermometer for the I past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily : Baboucteii. Tiiebuometeb MAX. MIN. Saturday .. 28702 .... 650> .. 600 Monday .. 23650 .... C8 0 .. 41.0 Tuesday .. 28'737 69'0 .. 46'0 Wednesday.. 28739 .... 680 .. 61-0 Thursday .. 38-688 .... 696 .. 64 0 Friday .. 28652 68-0 .. 63*0 Raiufall sincc last issue nil. The Warwick District Court will commence its sittings on Monday next, the 18th inst., when the following cases are set down for trial: CRIMINAL CASBS. Downing v. Aapinall.-Catlle stealing. Thornton v. Shitntninge.-Illegally re moving corn. CIVIL CASES. Hegarty v. Vignolla-£15 2s 6d-money obtained. Lyons v. Steel.-£8-rent. Pauley v. Modini.-£13 5« lOd-work done. Carman v. A Wicnholl.-£23-wages Jennings v. Bawlins.-£12 lis lOd. Addenbrooke T. Mitchell and Gorey, £38 17 0-professional costs. John Chapman v D. Crombie-£2...
The Latest Development of Human Ingenuity. A STEAM MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1868
Tbc Latest Development of llugiqn IngenuHy. A BT^AM MAN, The Netrarfc (United States) Advtriittr says that Mr. Ladock Deddrick. a Newark machinist, has invented a man that, moved by steam, will perform some of (lie most im portant functions of humanity, standing up right, walking, or running, as lie is bidden in any direction, and at almost any rate of ^peed, drawing after him a load whose weight would tax the strengh. of three.stout dranght horses. The man stands 7 feet 9 inches high, the other dimensions of the body being cor rectly proportioned, tasking him a second Daniel Lambert, by which name he is faceti ously spoken of among the workmen. He weighs £00 pounds. Steam is generated an the body or trunk, which is nothing but a three-horse power engine, like those used in our steam fire eugiueB. The logs which sup port the automaton are complicated and won derful. The steps are taken very natural# And quite easily. As the body is thrown for ward upon the advanced foot the other is...