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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

ARRIVAL OF OUR MONSTER STOCK or WINTER eeei»8« SPECIAL NOTICE. JACOB HORWITZ & GO. HAVE much pleasure in announcing that they have received their Fir Shipments of Winter Stock Comprised as per Manifest in $S@ IS Being the Largest, Cheapest, most varied, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK Ever introduced into this neighbourhood, and selected by our Mr. JACOB HORWIte from the best Sydney and Melbourne Houses. C|e graperg jjegartmrat CONSISTS OF Winceys, Plain and Striped' French Merinos, all Colors. Coburgs and Alpacas French Twills Delaines and Mohairs, Woollen Plaids Poplins and Lustres. Poplinettes Prints and Calicoes Flannels, White and Colored1 Sheetings and Counterpanes Damask Table Cloths Brown Hollands Irish Linens Shawls end Handkerchiefs Ribbons and Velvets THE HEAD! MADE CLOTHING DEPAKTSlENT CONSISTS OF Men's Black Cloth Coats, Trousers, and Vests. West of England Tweed and Doeskin Coats. Sacques, Trousers, and. Suits Pilot, Cloth, and Beaver Overcoats. Crimean and Scotch Twil...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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"THE VINE DISEASE AND ITS REMEDY." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

"THE VtNE DISEASE AND ETSj REMEDY." Tots little pamphlet, by Charles Coxen, ii thfe'.'ttffjpring of uilsfbrtuno, inas muoh a* the destruction of a fine crop by a, disease hitherto unknown in Queensland, caused its author to turn his. attention to the matter. This dis ease, called tlie Oicium Tuckerii, is a tjiccies of gas panugtica) facgas not wilikem mddrw.. The greater part of this wort is tnk|p up witli a Inni^ilioii from a FrencliJauilmr, M. le Cjinu, ivlio static til at Tucker, a irsn'.ener oi Margate, first discovered it in IS4j, and that soon thereafter it spread rapidly over the south part of Europe. For its rapid spread tlio reasons ijiven are,-its strong gcrniinative principles and light need, combined with atsno splici'ic influences. The testimony of Cant), Maeariluir, nnd Coxon, all bear out an uninistakeafolc identity of dis ease in attack, spread, and method ol cure. When it first attacks the plant it appears as a fine coaling oi' fibrous matter, not wuJi^ihc iilip. oi...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

<£pifoinr ef $Jrtos. The ISngiUh Hrmy. notwithat .ndin? the Fenian troubles. gets tuany vuli-tiurnts (Vnin Ireland. R"poitii to fhi various Iritli leoruitiiig district* kIu»W that the recent iiicrewc of pa\ RII.1 oihi'r ft'i r <n tagea secured tu (ho aoldii'r ham I.ail l'n: ufftxt nf ainkinj Ihr English ai-ov nervi *e again popular in Ireland. It Ls s.ni nl-o 1 hnf those m»at recently »nJi*ted are generally fining inen of a better ol.is9 than fa. m i ly A vivandiVrc who accompanied (he armies of Napoleon [ ha-* jn*t died in the ani'loin of U Unlputrlert tl the ape of 101. She wen! through tile Russian ca'upaign and ww at Wnte tr>j>. 8he retained her Cicnlitics to the la»t Napoleon ia re orted to have 7.800 00') dolt, a jeer for speod'ng-raoney; Francis Joseph, of Auatria, 3 7fiO.OOO; and King William, of Prussia. 3.000,099 dols.; whil-t Qieen Vic toria liaa a smaller awn. Tliiy manage by 'lie exercise of prudeiucs and ocniniu,)-, tu get aliin^ on Ibis. Am...

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"QUEENSLAND AS A FIELD FOR COLONIZATION." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

«$UEEftsiAND .AS A FIELD FOR COLONIZATION." THE bulk of iliis book, compiled by the Chief Commissioner or Crown Lands, consists ,0/ a raprjnt pf the nqw Land Act, fcra'of tire ^efca'allons Ytiid In structions issued Isubjecti'tti its jirbvi-, Bions. The are devo ted to the progress,'urea, population, etc., of Queensland, since its separation fromi Nfiw .SbuthWilesi': They con AW,-ltt»«jy-»cbeering Hateinente* -wkitli however are a 'slih'ddH&o^ ^general' and pcaplifefiCJ^tit nilien *vfe!e6rftider 'liow the authorlias access td Tacts which vulgar eyes miiy not know, let us hope that the,results>yi)|,bc such as ho pre ,,jjia;v;c5:U<?ej^ .better 'pl&Ufeq iiafflio^t^Rf'.ut^iqw all tiiis was to be accomplished,, as lie undoubtedly leaves the impression that the Land Act a){^n(y\vi}C do «it.: We^/havo no hesitation in advocating, subsidiary aids bkrorel>thjs. result c$n be Plained. As. a nipthod^f .adr^jf tiling tjie^fiol^xvo would recommend -il» , distribu...

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Cotton Crowing near Ipswich. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

Cdtm GKWtof aw Ipswich. A lilt through. th| cotton fielda on the Ipewtoti Agricultural Bwerre on Satorday anaMed a* to eympathiw Adl/ with, the gtowtri In their complaint* u to Uu diffi. «nlty In. getting the crop, honied^ Wo fear lb* Minlt of thl* mmoii will be to prevent the exteniire cultivation of eotton by per. Ml who have to. depend on * chwoe sup fly. of labor at picking time. & man. whs growl little more than. tile own family can gather is of cowee «afe. bat without coIl onred labor it doe* not teem ponajblH« now tint cittnn-grnwinir in an general, to cultl vate «n. a Vg1'ecale. We arc a/Nun tint in one or t'<i> - : nv m Ma. MrKwana {Junction) »'J ; =! - l'i.. '* (*»'or Rahv), tlif n»tiTB 1 If '»." i.i. *:)di'C.,.l to liibi'i. aud by egrceii>£ »'<h thssi. thai Hipj *re nut to. .*> paid: till the end of the suaai n. 'llfir o- u tiboaflOe at the woilt i< enaimttl: liitf thure an opt many can, set them to make thU agree- J IBtat...

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LATEST. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brishene sapers.) TOOWOOMBA. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

"iSMW ' : TELEGMPHTC NEWS. 1 UTavOn. At. Uio Inp'Vtinlo ,lo-6i)y, 2^ of Uic lut»in tlio finribli ijif.Wiitiii, henMlw'Dii'by tailVvay line, Were jvitMrnWJUJimr.J!) #t Ilia upset fHtl (lbs'^cr ncK-^ t'> ilia present pasturnl octupfilllB. 'Fur ilia remaining ona llltrn WnB lnl (ilftT. , , Oi" the Hi ili the parish cf It!tip,.on mil near Onky Creel;, 5 wet« eri'il «t liio upuct price in the prcffcrttTrtcciiJunis, tuifl1,fyr the other 25 lutK.1.0 uflef Wrjmilmlf. -- JixiesiaiamM sss lino, nwe Villiill-bttti f fiir 1C '?>?<> "iITfr vfcf mailt;; tiri'l 11 were^vlitjrjt from 15l, tlia upset price, to £3 lis jici. iicre, niter . brisk Cuinpclition. .,, , - i - The ilej>/i?it« wcrs taiario-' principal!^ bi lund-urdcM. I

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EARLY CLOSING. No. II. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

EARI/K CLlrillG. No. II. (7% Iki Editor of the Extnintr find Ttnu.) SIB.-As " th* convenience of the public" M often urged in defenoe of late clokitvjj, I (bill endeavor to "how that it ja a faW stan dard of jilting lh<- ine*iii of erirly i'leniti;?. It cerlaiiity would tie u very great i/K'navf Stance 111 the piiHic to I": derived of the ad vantages <il ri-1 ail pm chaws of hundreds of tiling* which nuke up 1 h-: noc«s»ities and * Comfort" «f evuiy Hv lif.i It can chnoM) or refu-e in eiiiull quantities with more ad vantage lo iotlf hm tb..»i! m whom l >rje swd rs frn/u ji i*tn% in_'L' are conrigued. The (!'iii»einu.ite or t>m pi'il'O i.uiht not to lie tlie iitCiiiivunif.itOA of aliopkeepei*. Matter " Thunderbolt" Initfjil ih'liJi it <inn vcuient tn |)iir8'i(uie wilt a brace <if pixtola in five minutes a t-liepheid to h.aud over 4<) hjm Um prufUi of ^ twelve month-' labor-but hi oonvenieuoa miut be measured by the shep her...

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IPSWICH. May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

IPSWICH. May 25* I T<i-diiyfWUMnMcrvfil'M « 'fioliilay. The Utislmne nn<) NetlliT. Were liulli cvowikMrWjUvsc^sJotiijils.^ j t Tiiu CUuioli pic tiic w.is very succcEfCul.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

jpuciliscmcnts. WANTEII. Tn'n Advertlsor. ft STEADY MARRIED MAN, «eults a t-itiialimi on a StMiou an Storttlusepur; and Imingf * practical Cnipcntei', »r snmc jtiaiv cxpeilciire in lliu linsti,lias no oli.ji'cilnn iif combining tlie two pursuits. (jtooil icfeiunci* can Ijo given. ? i (Aiaic«« W. IV., Hii* jiiprr. 705 W.%\Tg£D. hnENPBI&" for Gettfnfr and DQAWIKft JL CKOAK In tltti LOG. state >ioo at ptr hundred f'.'el to be riclivcied m >Var«}ck Addre#« X. X., office of till* papc». 700 Crown Lands Offlcc« MR. Cot»ml«Mniier Gicpnrv will bold hf* COUliT in (be Cr«wn -Lands Office, nt \V«r«ick, Mi fye SKCOKp WEDNESDAY of eacb ,Mtmrh l#'i' tbelufute. ^v. CAtlft BOYD, Laud Agent Watricfc, May 26.1688- ; ?. . *11 ?lank Holiday. MONDAY NEXT bciti* Wl.it Mon^r will be ob.teitid by the WANKS lw\e »n n Holiday. 715 FANCY O A Z A r\ ftfc. A FANCY BAZA Alt in aid of the Dalld. J\. ^ttg,fiii»d of <bc;IVe«byteriftU Clnreli, Wwwl&^trill bo hold about iK-xt. Work or...

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MARYBOROUGH. May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

MARYBOROUGH. Mny.Sfi, ;Thc C'lmmisn'M>er r^furnc't fnun Vulilicr Creek on SaLimlny, He re|i«rts that pAiiL pfttors nre.g'jtlluc a pennywci-lit to 1)19 dlsli. tins Vorti fwunil fur a ilislnnce of five mile* In h crtclc in n lliinyn fjciuli. It is estimated tlmt there in room an >lie cround f.it, upc ttlmu«iiiiil I'.jjjyifin. Tlie emiu'ry ii|it»4 'look» wtll.raiiil Aili&ers me flocking tliiilier.

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

Colonial The li.M.K Bombay tuok for KuL'liind SS.QO') sovereigns and 1300 ounces ' f gold, Mr Tipping has recovei'-d damages to the nniount or £6U0 from the Hobson's Day Eail v.iiy Oonipauy. fur itijuiies received by an Hcridmit when * passenger on the lltli of NuvcuiW last. Mc»»r». Iligiabutham and Dawson wore counsel for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Fellowes and Michle for the defen dants. j How TO POIBOK NiTIVK Doos. - let. If I yuU wish to poison, say, twelve miles along I a creek, make tip teu bails, end provide j yourself with a piece of meat for a trial; ! th\n can be secured to the crupper or the | horseyou ride (if quiet) nml allowed to drag ; alone the yrouiid. After proceeding ehoit j distance, <irop bait number one exactly on | yonr trail, a lid coyer it lightly with prats or j leaves; this is a precaution against hawks, j ai many baits are taken by birds of prey, j but the acute senses of a d«g will never allow him to ps»s » bait, Good in this way, dropping you...

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CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

CALENDAR. FOK JUtffi." Mion*» < Ii.ui.tts Full Mp n .'?ill . j 7 p.»n. |.j»t Quarir 1 p.m. Now A!;i )i S1»<...Mru.iu. It-t Qu.irter 2p.m. Jm»» Iti e* day... 'HB ...... A "J siu " ... fi-48 :.» 160» ?*&? ...^ ? .»» 1 22nd*,, ... C62 (»-12 »'w. 2l'o, 3 W. «Th. «;p. Western Anstrnlia founded, 1H21K 1st Mail via Panama left Rug , 1^06. Oniony of Qtirind. pro. in l ondoi), 1S59 Ominous first met in Parliament 12ti4 *lavc Trade abolished, 1806 7, Sydney Chamber of Ct»m. est. 1S26 TRINITY SDNOAY . il'itcaiuiers placed oil Norfolk lid, 1&*>G Sheep first i'oHcd down in A us., I$.j3 at th«j 'IWoti, I Sal £6:i7l>fud.ntlSuIJar.it !S5S Gov. Filar iv an. In Australia, 1K5I 114. Great floods i» tt»c lfunt«:r, 1SG1 .-Fiiwi SUNDAY AFTEB Tuinmy il4t General ljJtectiuu in X S.tt'., Ifcl3 dydeuljam Palace opened. TS >f 18, W« lTobl)«(t »lied. aged 7C, 1S35 0«tl)e oi Waterloo. 181.7 M*£nn ClinrtA sighed, 1214 Accession of Queen Victoria, 1837 SUdDAY AFTCa %...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

SATURDAY, <MAX 30; 18G8. jiwian«uble aad -ai^umentative =feadfng i wttftof. in another Bolnm^iltv .f&vW < (# »(he ? e?ctendibn '?!$ thV,jj^ way > toi Warwick We fully j -. &p: argument therein ex fefel jjpsitiye that, if the tftbnrflrnnmft "doaira to m&ke: the ( it\ the railway a profil^eafBtyy th^jBiust bring it *.4inetrX0r#ar^<^i^Ad"tKvfs jjjtye in *jm^tUB,4o,industry of A1I »orts in this portion of the Downs, as well as open; up a trado'tfUh N&tf Etigltfed, _ OnB"cohteftipoi'ftrJr* (jihe "t>. Di1 Gazette"): is surprised at the apathy displayed, by the people? of Warwick .iaTegatd'to, this- subject.' All ti$ can say is that ito-We* surprised,M if our $\v&. 'Wbea talking privacy on this matter we are all. se vere enobgh In our oondemnatroriof tbe Oovernmerit; but 'no'person 'seems to take atiy steps to ^be^Qoretflhient' knotviho prevail-, i^- publio' opinion, or the indignation 'thai VfckaVUie absence of...

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[?]PORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

'MbhcE. . The Prp^fktors of this JftirnaV leg to announce to -ifoit friends I and the public generally, that they \ have 'fast added 'to their slock a new PJiLNTlNG PRESS, and a ? large .,worty)\erif JOBBING ^YVBfyf '.tfhkh mil enable them to execute pork' in. a style- never bcfor+nUcmptod in < Warwick. Theytaoifld, [also tender their i thanks to the Tfhdbmcn and the j public generally for? the support j hitherto peeked to them, and' would pariioulfirly impress the faet\ that yhe$,:tia :'now prepared to executepW fmcripltStih of minting previously, ,Mjd that Till entrusted to TJfiewVi)wM\wmve every tare and\ ttioh:,'"" j R. a. COWTON,

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How to Have Good Milkers. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

teood nUbera. No mntterwhatbrtei of eowSyonliare,. sntiie tiling is necessaiy to rtteh'llirli^BMfc succBBiof lditioglpiilberO' iiAlid can farmers ever ex|iect tu raise good stock frottt^^owa Jo which, for th? purpojeqf ,ttipMfe^t)ie;,|$#{e!% they have beeti in tllehault or Utinj^nyjimt of £ hull theyCotila pick Up? It* & great llilnk to have good hlood; whether it be Jn Ayrshire, Jpser,or iiBrngtjideai but ajiarf /from) thiVt jippjit-tMt ;advlijiWge. tbo comae of (rcMmeot in railing « milker ti somewhat different fr<ijn Ihatiii rattjnir a beef' nnitnal or a aninUl for labbr; ftou calf ahonld ha well fed and petted while young. Well fed to produce ft rapid crowth, ao as to enable lic^jeia. jpkgpjjICPP' position no iniportaiiTin a de.Tr/ cow, luitflta education stoiinft'begin wlifch^oiMj;. '®nr'm milker we wonld haw <lie holfer comt'io'A two year* old/and if aliebai been will kept ko at to bare attained . good tics, the ft then old^nongli to beddAb ?a.cow...

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Dairy Farming in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

»Alry Vanning |n ' .«»« . "..if! Tliore ianpetbercoqjitrj' better Mitel for dairying purposed tlun Queennland. It is ei , ceedlngly rich »n.^iy«,jgrm»e% tttatipow during tlio eiiminbr months,lie«1iea tlisft it will produce leavy oropi of ell European grfuisra. elavef, And gr^en crops- during WttH iuinuier .end ttutuicii, winter and eprfnp-as sa'saas'BSsycssifa tlie-ei^.ikfllTwtl/gfcir IgAAnaThm, fbejr ere of vaMlnfporljance i ip«Uii^,,pMt«a(llia ,woild .fpr,i&ttle .feeding, , A#y«witl&ieii : luring tlie,i|i9«iif<roli5!it?«ty;f<frlyjwel>M]tte tn dairy farming and ilia fearing and breed ing nf milksra, fur.all -of, nlitcli be' couW ifiiifl ji'^eSy rale .at the ego !oftfi*e or si* yearn, tin could joarjy xeplaoe-^liose sold; from tlie e^meyoiing'stbfcW reeled within bis. paddocks, (not in the"tnlli by «w meatu), he tlio same as at home, were it enly for the saving of manure to enrich his farm wWth amply wpny lit® MlUitjabundanne of rery marketab...

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

Warwick Police Court, TUESDAY, MAY 26. (Before (lie Police Magistrate, \V. C. Bills, Esq., J.P., and G. B. Dave ney, Esq., J.L'.) lvuntli v. Uitcliie. -This ease, adjourned from Tuesday, the 12lh instant, entne ii|> t>r hearing tp-day. 0>inif>li)innut claimed £35 9s 5d unilt'V I lie Master nnd Servant V'Af fur wa^es due Iii.11 an n compositor on tho Wpr trie!; Aryut, 1) fondant ilid not appear. Till! Iirtiotint chiimcd was proved by tlip coniplalimiii, ami llie Bench pivu judgment in his Imr^r fur the mini fuuA fur Willi £4 4s cuf.lp, ifcfco paid forthwith. Ji.rma v, (juiin.-Tills notion was brought under tl'o Master and Servant's Act to roT. cover £8 wages duo. Mr. Adilenlironlie appeared fuv !!>a cumpInlnant. From the, evidence t)f the complainant it appeared tliat lie entered I lie service of tho defendant on (lie lstiJanuary Inst; lie Was enpasedjiv (In: week ps n shepherd, at (lis rale of £40 a year and two ration*; in addition tu his wa^cs lie was to rectivo £2 ...

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Brisbane Autumn Races. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

K;4*hane Intnun Raccs. T! .'ut* nnt particularly inlwsU Ins.*, for ti'HidjOf tbe isnut were vtrf^cUw "r « Tin1 fir-t emit on the card w.<s the lUhUn Plate, for which four hot*** ran.e to 10 l lie pst, Pandora hindo! tJi#c - Ml'Ute wilh the greatest easr aih^d the cb«*er* <f the *pfctatois, who alwiyp appear pl.id when ibe lion. 3i. I*ri»>.» is mccohfiii. Iln certainly deserves nil IK- j fur he Unquestionably the p'uckh-M L'lMitli-iiiiin Mportsm.iN in I lie Queensland turf at piesent. The Corinthian w»h lujXt. fi^cut, nti<l w.tti of greater |»ulttic ititcix'Nl'flmi any *»iliur «>n the card, mainly f""ni the fact thut for notice «ciit!emen riders assumed the role of profession*! jockeys. Hermit jumped off with (he load, w.tt never ro tared, and Won as he li-kcd. The Prince of VP.iJes ist.v.'cs brought a field of tfx to the pout. Cjlhcrsione was made the chi-f favorite nnj fily^HmU the ticcnitd, but no one (>v<n iiiiiteii Bt Canute's...

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Gymple Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

.'I Nnchvilto, it appe»r«, all but collapsed for . few dnys after tbu Killiivuti rush, but tbe re flux of populatfairbaa be£un to make things at (jj'iiipic wear a morn cheerful nspeat once nvue Gra/nallv, 6ay«,tbe! JHmtt. v»',^eoog tiist ofd fncearetv ulrig, ahl oiahy bf die gul lies nhicb a lew dnye ago were in a state of must mournful anlitudu, ore heinR peopled by the leiurued adventurers tp tUIUiran. .jThere feerifMy ienot liueli tolndiloe aiMai'I ntarn, (Tor, Holds*aome'frew jjroirtid isbroMiii, we do not know what vrill.be done by tbe alluvial men. The Chinamen have been purchasing fcloiint in various places, bat a* i* w£U,known tliey aim live upon «a««t oh Which k T5ur<^ peniictmld not. One-mile presents* tnclan chuly apeai anae, and not only is it deprived nf tliu allurement! of' a theatre, but many of tile stores are closed. There are atill, how ovur, snmo men at work in tbe neighborhood ami in the Deep Creek, many of tibom per haps dn not deem it pniduiitto leav...

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The Warwick Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 May 1868

The Warwick Railway. (From the D. D. Gaztlte.) To all interested ill tlie old&fjSett!ed dis tricts of the colony. Ilia conijdalion of the brnucli lino of1 Railway to Wwwick iimsi be oapiotly desired. Without tbtt fulfilment of the original idea, it in anything but fair tn expect from (lie SoUtherDsjuid Western Railway t-yslrin nil that was anticipated from it. Tlio opening ul a ctijUon at War wiek will "tan" the tradeofthcwholeofthe Northern portion of New Iii@l*hd, which possesses no shipping port cSE^ of accesB. Wc have reason to state thatjjlany of the squatters and farmers occupying* consider able potion of (lie territory of New South Wales,'of which' Tentetlitld may be called the centre, look forward to the opening of. t.he Railway to Warwick as promising them the means of ronvcyinT their produce to a maKkot of more""dfrt#llff%n^irfy*acceMWan that which hasJiiiherto been Mailable to | Diem. Jjiiulitng the ro«|vit Ayiuild'feeta III at Grafton Is tli% natural ?aiidmbjt Co...

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