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GARDENING. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

CAKDEKIKG. APRIL. Garden.-'Attend to those vegetables %vliioli were sown last mouth ; bean* and pen* *hon)d bo kept clean; cabbages an J cauliflower when fit to handle, 8h'»uM be transplanted turnips and carrots should be thinned. Sow aome of the more suitable vegetables and sal ad* for succession; but t!»c cottage paidi-ncr will find little satUfuction from cauliflowers, aavoy*, andjBrusseltf sprouts, if sown late this month-bi« principal dependence for preens, nbould be on the cabbage. Hananaa during tbta and the next month 01 two are apt to break down; heavy bunches should be propped. In the flower garden all alterations or nddi tioui should be made, evergreen shrubs, rosea, &c., bear moving well now* This is also a food time to transplant bulbs. Make a Rowing hardy annuals for spring decoration. Field.-Prepare land for oaten bay crops and sow « patch for cutting green. Land in tended for lucerne should be cloaned. drained, and deeply cultivated. The rapidity with wljicb ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 April 1867

!otal gnttlltgencr. On Wenesday evening tie 10th Inst, a meeting of the Warwick Jockey Club war held at the Commercial Hotel, to elect officers and draw up a programme for the ensuing year. Through tlio inctomobcy of (lie weather very few were prceont and the meet iug was adjourned. Tho members of the club again uict On Monday evening at the Royal Hotel, .when the attendance was pretty numerous, and tho members entered into the business before tlioin in a spirited manner. Mr. \V. II. Browu was voted to the chair, and after the minutes of the previous meeting had boon read and confiimcd, Mr. J. 0. White, the secretary, rend the statement of accounts, fr.im which it appeared there was a balance of £4 Os. 3d. to the credit of the club. The fal lowing gentlemen were elected officers for the yearSt^ards-J. Deuchar, Esq" J. C. White, Esq., J. M'Arttmr, Esq., T. Brodie, Esq., Messrs. Balls, Dugden, Armitetead, and J. L. Ross ; Treasurer-Bank of New Soilth Wales; Judge-Mr J. Morgan; Starter...

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Miscellaucous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

JgUisctllauNUs. CaPTORE OF A BcRYIP.-The qil;.'? tion as lo whether there are no' rll!g\ tors, or something very like allifaioiv, in the mountain rivers of Gipps Lmid,! seems to have been effectually sc-t. ni rest by Mr. Jesse Bray, of Crooked River. This gentleman has actually killed a specimen on his own unc uvit, and thus announces tlte achievement in a local journal:-"Anybody ice! it*» any interest in this (subject can conviee hiinself of the Fact by occular demon stration, on calling at my residence, that there are reptiles in our mountain streams, which, be they alligators or bur>yips, ore of sufficient size and ferocious looking enough to do miechiel, if so inclined. Last Friday, while oi't shooting, near the cultivation pari-lock of Mr. Oliver Smith, on the Wonnon gatta river, 1 noticed an object that at' first appeared to me to be a log lying half out of the water on the bank. On my approach it suddenly disappeared (the water being discoloured by the late rains). Feeling...

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AUSTRALIAN HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

AUSTRALIAN HOUSES. The following is an extract froin a letter written by the Deputy Quarter master-General at Bombay : *' In the first place, in the Itamlniy presidency Australian horses arc dis liked ; they come to us as w ild iuilinn! UOt to be depend*<1 upou, ivlii Ii will Smash your carriage, or treat x »i to buckjumping at all, anil most in .oiive ment, times; and accustomed as we are to a domestic nnima!, which (lie Arab really is, we cannot understand ihe dangerous creatures you send us. T will tell you what thn "state of the mar ket is with regard to Arab horses, m>nn » which we entirely depended uniil the last three or four 3'ears, ami in (iivour of which, when they are procurable, the Australian cannot compete, even at much lower rates. Bagdad, on '.lie Euphrates, is the capital w!:nre iiie Turks who deal in and procurr* Ar.ib; for the Bombay market dwell. Jii.-. the head-quarters of the district, mid being: under the rule of Constantinople, the Governor of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

WANTED, a neat Three or Four ltoumed COTTAGE, iu n pleasant situation, Apply to Mr. JULIUS OTl'O. 10$ Albion-slroiit. Board^anU llcistdciice. GENTLEMEN desirous of comfort able BOAUD and RESIDENCE can meat Willi the same by applying to JAMES OOUNISH. SO Graftcm-street. TO LKT, THE late RESIDENCE of D. M. Sinclair, Esq., P.M.-Apply at the Australian Auction Mart. 9r NOTICIS. BOOKS op TICKETS for the GRAND DRAWING and D1STKIBU 'i'lON OF PRIZES in aid of tlio All Hollows Convent LiquiJatlon Fund, Brisbane, {pariicu larei of wulcb are Hdvui'tirfed iu another column), may bo had of Mr. F. B. WOODS. I'ttlmmu-Gtreet, Warwick. £8rd April, 18C7. U8 Kurici:. HAVE THIST DAY disposed of _ my Business, with the Stock-iu-Tr&i'.e, Household Furniture, Timber, 4tc" to mv brother-in-law, Mr. JAMES DRAY, of Syd ney. who will in futuro, by his sou Mr. J AS. BRAY, J CM., carry on tlie Business and Deceive all Uio Moneys dua to mo and wtiose receipt will bo sufficient to discharge the ?awe. FBED...

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FARMERS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

FARMERS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. We observe an intimation that the seed wheat distributed to those who claimed it last season, on the ground of poverty, is not to be rejwid wherever the cultivators plead still continuing poserty. As we never anticipated any Otherresult than tins, we cannot nlfixt ttfty surprise. But we may cx/uvre -Olfr hopie that after the contini ed cx Ofcrieaee the Government has h».d in .this matter, we have seen the last of this national almsgiving of a class of men, who above all others ought to l>n independent and self-supporting. II with the best land in the country, ob tained for little more than the cost ol surveying it, men cannot make a liveli hood without annually begging help from the'Government, it is pretty clear that they have mistaken their vocation. We repeatedly hear the wish expressed for the development of a class ofEturdy fcnd independent yeomen, and no better wish cau be entertained. But it is Hardly (he way to promote tliat <?e veln...

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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

ENGLISH COMMERCIAL. We take the following items from the " Home News The demand for money .at the hank was moderate. There was no great inquiry out of doore, and the rates were about 2|- to } per cent. A fair average demand existed for money at the Stock Exchange, but the rate did not exceed 2 per ccnt., the quantity seeking employment being lar in excess of the inquiry. The Government of Queensland have appointed their late Colonial Secretary, Mr. R. G. W. Herbert, their financial agent in London, and have announced a farther issue of their 6 per ccnt. loan to the extent of £550,000. The de bentures bear interest from the 1st January last, and the minimum price is openly stated at £91.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

fool Intelligence. l'Ymii the Rochhampton Bulletin wc learn, that the llcv. J2. JJ. Madgwick, Wceleyau minister, stationed in that town for the last two years, was aliout to leave for Warwick. In tin: estate of Charles Swcellatid.-Ai. journcd fli's* fitting. Insolvent was present Debts prnvcJ :-David Vixon, fl.890, allowed, subject to rebate of interest. £4 a week allowed to insolvent and wearing apparel Sitting closed. Second sitting adjourned to, 1st July, and tliird eiiting fixed for Monday 8lh July. In the estate of G. Wilson and Co,-Ad. joucncd first Bitting. A partner was present Debts proved: - O. Raff and Co, 9s. 3d. Charles F. Chubb, £17 17s. Sd; objected tu by insolvon t; was allowed, subject to taxation' Sitting closed. Third sitting fixed feth July, and the second adjourned to 1st July.--Guar" dian. Tenders are called for the surray of the an. surveyed portion of the Warwick and the King's Creek agricultural reserve*-the area of the several portions to be from 80 to ICO ...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. FEBRUARY 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

LONDON WOOL REPORT. FEBRUARY 25TH. Our market remains very quiet, and but few transactions occur. Ia sorts wanted for immediate consumption, a few sales have been made at about last sale rales, but no quantity could be disposed of except at a reduction, the anticipated large arrivals for March coupled with quiet trade is the North, causing consumers to buy very sparingly. *? The sales are fixed to commence on the 28th February, arrivals to date beingSydney, 12,683 bales; Port Phillip, 31,206 bales; Van Diemen's Land, 259 bales; Adelaide, 5,312 bales; Swan River, 805 bales; New Zealand, 670 bales; Gape, 30,067 bales; total, 81,002 bales. Some holders are sanguine that No vember prices will be fully maintained, an opinion not shored by the trade, who look for a full decline of 1J on all Port Phillip sorts. Sydney pnd Cape about late rates.

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AGRICULTURAL RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

AGRICULTURAL RESERVES. A Proclamation is published in the "Government Gazette" of Saturday, by which the following lands are set apart as Agricultural Reserves: West Moreton Agricultural /leserve-610 Square Miles. Commencing on the Brisbane River at the south boundary of the Taratnpa I Agricultural Reserve, and bounded I thence on the north by the south boun dary of said reserve and its prolonga tion bearing west about 17 miles; on the west by a line bearing south to the north-east corner of the Gatton Town Reserve, thence by the east boundpry of Gatton Town Reserve and its pro longation bearing south to the range forming the watershed between Bandy Creek and Blockfellow's Creek, and by that range southerly to the Main Range; on the south by the Main Range and a spur range bearing easterly to Mount Fraser, and thence by a line bearing east to the watershed separating the tributaries of the Bremer River from those of the Logan River; on the east by said range bearing northerly to Mou...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

(famtntr attlr Citttes. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1867 ERE the lapse of another week the Govebnor of this colony will have been the chief actor in an event which, if he foe farsighted, must be the most grati fying of any that have occurred within the term of his governorship the opening of railway communication between the Darling Downs and the nearest shipping port of the colony. Who can possibly doubt the vast ulti mate advantages to us from this im patiently-looked for line. It must afford to all reasoners the most un doubted guarantee of our future great strides in material wealth and high civilisation, for quick inter-communica tion is the soul of such. Who does not recall with as much astonishment as pride the immense progress both in wealth and enlightenment made by the mother country since the opening of her first railway. What events, what changes since then ? Yet that radical alterer of sluggish Toryistic old England is bat an affair of some thirty-eight years' date. Let us call...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. [Before the Police Magistrate, and G. Clark. Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

WEDNESDAY, Arm 25. [Before the Police Magistrate, and G, Clark. Esq., J.P.I W. Gates v. P. Lenihan.-This was a summons against the bailiff to show cause why he detained a iriare, saddle, and bridle, alleged to be the property o[ the said Gates. Plaintiff's son-in law sworn the property was his, which he purchased nine months ago. His Worship spoke ia strong terms of the numerous cases brought under his notice of claims being made by a third party on seisure by the bailiff, but upon the evidence before the court he had no alternative but to order the mare to bo delivered up on payment of costs.

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

LITEST COLONIAL NEWS. The liiglit l?ev. Bishop Tuffnell, was married on Tuesday, February 12th, at the village of Great Waltham, in fissex, to Miss Laura LouisaTuffnell,! Bi.oond daughter of J. J. Tuffnell, Esq., of' Langleys. There was great festivity and rejoicing at the village of Great Waltham, and a handsome silver salver was presented by the tenants on the estate to the bride. The arrangements for the reception of the Governor at Toowoomba are progressing satisfactorily. We detailed them in our last. Lieut. Uhr has recaptured the escapees from Sweera Island. lie rode 400 miles after them; they had also four weeks start of him. The distance was done by him in six days. It is probable that the Dalby cattle stealers wrongly sentenced by Judge Blakeney will have to be re-sen tenced. A Darling Downs Hunt Club is being established in Toowoomba. In Sydney everything is reported as quiet. Telegraphic advices have been re ceived of the sale in Loudon of Queens land debentures, authoris...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

gss- ] Colouml Jftnts. The funeral of tlic late Mr. Jag. M'Intosb took place at Ipswich on Tuesday morning, and was attended by a very large and respect able body <if citizens, all the piincipnl places of business io the (own being ii»(f doeed. About lorty of the brethren of the various masonic lodges ill regalia led, fallowed by a parly of the Volunteer liifiL'f, of which corps the deceased ivos a lieutenant. About thirty members of No. 2 Battery Q.V.A., followed tlic liearse, and several vehicle*, with op wards of a hundred horsemen, brought up the rear. The funeral service was performed by (be Rev". Dr. Irishman, of the Presbyte rian Church, ami was followed by the masonic ceremonial proper Ut sncb melan choly occasions, after which the riflemen fired three volleys over the grave.-Q. Times The Maryborough Chronicle notices the establishment of another industry in that towo, viz., a tannery. The leather is stated to be excellent. !i would be pertinent to point out that ...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. THURSDAY, APRIL 18th. [Before the Police Magistrate, George Clark, Esq., J.P., D. Gunn, Esq., W. Thompson, Esq., and F. Margetts, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. THURSDAY, APBIL 18th. [Before the Police Magistrate, George Clark, Esq., J.P., D. Gunn, Esq., W. Thompson, Esq., and F. Mar getts, Esq., J.P.] W. Harris v. Jos. M'Lachlan. For abandoning his licensed house at Bandy Creek. FrOm the evidence of Inspector Harris it appeared that the defendant had left the colony. The Bench ordered the license to be can celled. | Henry Herbert, Edward Brookes, George Cooper, and James Dawson, brought up on remand for stealing a pair of blankets from Mr. S. Gordon, of AHora, were fully committed for trial at the District Court, to be held on the 28th May at Warwick. Joseph Copeland, charged 1)3' the police with being in the bush at Glcn {rallau without any means of support. The Bcnch discharged him with a re commendation to go to Mr. Evenden, his former employer, who appeared to have been kind to him. A carrier's license was granted to Charles M'Deamant. The court then adjourned until the following morning (or the purpose of going ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

Anttit.tr, aid ui:iMitftui: OF N1KA A11H1VALR. Flora lfaryl 'M, every Tiusday, at 1 aii<] c*«ry (Saturday, at G }>.ni, w lliibbiHo ai d Ip-wlt'i, «-£?* Hr yliin, )<y Cubl/fe oonrhra, phtj Tu'"K'ljy, Tiiurailuy, anil Suiur il*yn, at 3 jt.m. *' Jje.vUurn, fin Tajyul l*f!Rius", f*'rry WJIKBJU.V *t noon. DEPAUTUUKS. For Maryland, every Monday, al K o.in,, aisJ i-virv TJim>d:i». at 4 p.m. *' BrU'wrie :«"ud 1|»wic'i. vi't ])rn>((Hi, «v. ry Monda), We.luch'liiv, and Friday Ij}- (Vbl/a <.<mrlio^, ni «<i,m " Warwick to l^-yburn, c»vr; Tiiu.Mluy, uH u.m.

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

LATEST CUnnUBClAL. The ''Queensland Journal of Com merce" etates ± During the past month up-countiy j^aSjU^ttinBCK has been greatly interfered Sjp'ith bv tbe late rains. In Brisbane no marked improvement has taken place, nevertheless business is considered to be 8oander( and on an improved basis. The banks have not made any altera nt tions in their rates of exchange and dis counts, The telegraphic news is re garded as favourable, and a more cheerful aspect of affairs is looked for. Agricultural matters are very en-, couraging; the late wet weather has not done so much damage to the cotton as It was feared it won id, and, with a continuation of the present fine weather, a good cotton crop will be secured. .Sugar cultivation is being carried on with great spirit, and the results are j highly satisfactory. Crops of all kinds are in excellent condition. Large' v -quantities of land continue to be taken lip, and agricultural pursuits are now . being entered upon with great spirit. By ref...

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GARDENING. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

« .1 itfflK \ 1 \ . Ariui.. GAHnsy.-Attend totlmse v«gft-iblcs which were aatvrt last ; bunas n»d prns should Lo kept clean; cabbnoj's und c:>u1illnwcr* I when fit to handle, sIkhiM be (mn>|«lauted turnips oud carrots should be thinned. So>v SO'xic of ihe more stiitnMo ve^oUtiks and sni ada for nccossioii; but tlio cottage tr»»t1 <*iK-r will fins! little fiatiffuction from c^nliflowera savoy#, and ftrnqtcN sprout*, If sown late this month-bid principal dependence lor preen*, should be ou the cabbage, Bananas ilut in _r Ihirt and the next month 01 two arc apt to break down; beavy bunches should bo propped. In the flower garden nil filtorfatlonB nr nddi lions should be made. evergreen shrubs, rose*, dee. ? bear moving well now. This is aUo a pond time to transplant bulbs. MnUeanowing of bardj annuals for opting decoration. FlBLp.-Prepare land for 'oaten bay crops and flow a patch for cutting green. Land in tended far Juccrae should be domed, drained, find deeply cu...

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AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF A HAUNTED HOUSE. (From the Dublin University Mogazine.) (Continued from our last) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE; OF A HAUNTED HOUSE. {From iht Dublin I aivemity Jfogasitit.) (Continued from our fait) The c«r»k and JmuKcmaM occupied a bedroom on dm kitchen fl.mr. It had whitewashed walls .i0'\ thoy wore nctiially terrtlied by the appe <r nnce oi'th.? ahado.v of awouan parsing «n l repHBsiii-f nctohs the Mde w>ll opposite to their hedi. They *u*pected that this had be-ii goi'ig on timch logger llian they were auaro, foi Its p-csenoe tvas discovered by a eort of ac cident, it* movements liappening to take a di rcotlon in (Hntinct cootiariety to theirn. The ahadow always moved upon one par tfcuUr - all, returning after abort interval p. unci easing them extreme terror. They placed tlie ciiMle, a« the most obvio'isspocific. so close to tSe infected wall, that the flame ell but touolM'djt; jihd1«1lcvcri fur* nue time that they had citVctua'ly got rid «if this imnoyancc; hut one night, notwithstanding thtfl arrangement of the light, the Nhadow returned. peering a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 April 1867

THE fomiucr aito Cintcs IB PUBLISHED IK WARWICK Kvery HOHWIKfi, In lime for the Outgoing Malls. The amount of Subscription i« FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in advance. Single Copies, SIXPENCE, SCALE OF CHARGES 'FOB ADVER TISING: '? s. i. f- "Two lines 1 0 '."Jfytiria 2 0 Si* do a c ' ' Elgin d.l 8 0 'E*ery additional six lines or under la, ,, pIBCOt^T On IS conseoutive insertions 20 per cent. , ae .. " ,3s .. AU Advertisement* must specify on their face, the number of tiroes they are to be in aerfft&iif asntin without this specification, Sucli advertisements will be infoited until Countermanded. and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not i latci-thai) 5 p.m.iun Thursdays. ' Orders'for withdrawal or alteration must be writtesji" < . .. ? 1 | Nontstibscribere'' advertisements must bo I paid for preriouB to insertion. j Marriages, Births j' land Deaths, Ss. per Inferttoa.: ? . ? . IN BRISBANE Mr:0.©. IlitiBUKm, fitnlioncri News Age...

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