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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

L'OTATOE DISEASE.-Tho Ararat Advertiier is aorry to learn that in some pnrllum of that district a potatoe disease, similar to that which caused ao much calamity in Ireland many years ago, is spreading very fast, and promiFcs ere long to effect tie total destruc lion of that eacnlent, ao far as this looality is concerned. There aro rumors that the disease has also appeared in the l'ort Fairy district. Under these circumstances the ob taining of new seed from tbe plum appears to be the only effectual mode of introducing a sound and healthy variety.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

focal Intelligence. HKTEOllOLOGICAl, 0BSE11VATI0NS. The following ore the readings of tlio barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., daily : J)Aiw.![ETiin. Tiieiimohcti:e MAX. MIN Saturday .. 28"327 .... 630 .. ICO Monday .. 23 433 .... fiflO .. 37.0 Tuesday ,. 28310 .... 630 .. 49-0 Wednesday.. 2K'402 .... fi()0 .. 53 0 Thnrsday .. 2S420 .... CIO .. fil n Friday .. 2S435 S5 0 .. 44*0 Raitif.ill sincc lust issue I'UO indies. The usual fortnightly meeting of the committtee of the Warwick Hospi tal was held on Wednesday last. The members present were-Messrs. W. Jl. Brown (in the chair), P. Afllock, J. M'ICeachic, Dr. Lee, the Treasurer, and tho Secretary. The visiting com mittes's report was read, and the fol lowing accounts were ordered to bp paid: S. A. Jennings, for splints, £8 4s: carriage and freight of same, £1 4s; F. Morgan, for meat £5 16s Id ; Secretary's salary, £6 Ss j P. Modini, funerals, £6. The secretary w...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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The Census. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

The Cenius. The following Is a return (bowing the re mits of tbe census »f the population of the Colony, taken on the 2nd March, 1868, ar ranged according to electoral division. Wo also give the population fin obtained by the census of 1861, ananged according to the then electoral division of the colony. Tlia altera tion of the boundaries of tbe electorates, which followed on tbe passing of the Addi tional Members Act, of course affects tbe above returns, and in some instances prpveuts any direst comparison being established be tween tbe census of 1861 and the one just completed: Electorate. No. of Usmben. PopalaUoo. I86». 1808. 7951 9172 1796 1176 8689 8276 2316 S226 2867 1060 2281 8010 3671 2122 6032 2301 8917 4579 6021 1955 6382 1054 2518 2961 147 698 7806 13.912 1931 7G81 6821 11)8 C086 1111 1716 3251 2961 7351 M57 99.299 No returns have been received from the district of Ruikc. This return, however, will not be affectod thereby, ns that district is not Brisbane, North,. .. S Br...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

fenuitcr ani Cimcs. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 18G8. IT has often been asserted that the dis trict surrounding Warwick is rich in gold deposits, and during the past few years prospecting parties have eagerly soughtfor the spots whore it might be found in payable quantities. On the east and on the west, on the north and on the south, .pecks of the precious metal have been obtained, and quartz, is found cropping out of the ground in every direction. Talgai, within an easy distance of Warwick, was at one time looked on as being a permanent gold-bearing reef, but through some not very well explained cause it was - abandoned* We have now, within a veiy few miles of .the town, a newly discovered field, which, if properly worked, may prove of the greatest benefit to the town, and be the means of again reviving the drooping spirits * °[thB talesmen. It often happens that when the attention of the inhabi tants of any particular district « once centered on gold, nothing can hinder them from wildly ru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

THE fetmttcr rati* fees IS PUBLISHED 13 WARWICK Every ISATUBDtV MORNl!VC;, to (use for the On(g»£i!j; SiaHs. The amount of Suhs<yipticii ia 1" IV1! 0 HILLINGS par quarter, in all cases in advance. Singlo copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF ClUliGES FOB ADVEH TISING b. <1, Two lines 1 0 Fenrdo, £ 0 Six do 2 0 Eifftilda. S 0 firsry additional six Uses or under la. Discount On IS consecutive insertions 20 per cent. *6 33 " All Advertisements must spcctfj' on their face the number of times they are to be in serted; if sent in without this specification, inch advertisements will )jo inserted until . countermanded, and charged {or accordingly. >. All r Advertisements must bo sent in not later than 5 p.m. on Fridays. Orders tor withdrawal or alteration inust be written. Kon-BubBciibere' advertisements must be pftld to previous to Insertion. Marriagos, Births, and Deaths, 2d. per iasortioa. AGENT IN SYDNEY Ucscn. Gordon and Gotcb, Georgo-atroot AGENTS IN BBISBANE: Xr.'Q. D. ...

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MARYBOROUGH. June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

MARYBOROUGH. The crushing at Gympie l«Bt week turned, out well. Brown and Lord (Lady Mary No. 4) crushed 6 cwt., which yielded ooo thousand three hundred and onncca. The news from Kilkivan U very oocour»<! Ing. It is estimated that three thousand pereons are on the ground.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) TOOWOOMBA. June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {From the Britbant paper*.) TOOWOOMBA, Jane J 5. The Government appealed against the asuessmcnt of the railway buildings at £5000. Tbe case was heard to-doy. Mr. J. W. Stable, solicitor, appeared for tbe Government; aud Mr. IlaBuJton, fur iho Corporation. Mr. Stable took a preliminary objection to the assessment, on the ground that the notices or the assessment were not delivered on tlio premibtB at Tuowoomba, but were only served oil the Commissioner at Bris bane. Mr. Hamilton contended that the fact of the Commi'slnner Appearing in Court by attorney to appeal against the notices served, waived, this objection. Tha Court ruled that ibe objection was valid. Tbe Corporation have served fresh Dotioes this afternoon..

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Toowoomba Races. From the D. D. Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Toowoomba Races. From the D. D. Gazette. These races which had been postponed for a week came off on Tuesday and Wednesday last. Tuesday was a miserable day Tor the races.as up to about one o'clock it was raining heavily. There was, however, a fair number of spectators present, and they appeared to ebjoy the sport very tnoob, especially when the jockeys were Been coming in after the race covered with mud. The following is tbe report of the racing: The Maiden Plate, Tamerlane, 1; Tbe Greek, 2; Norman, 8 The District Plate, Tamerlane, 1; Tal Tal, 2 i Senator, 3, Tlio Darling Downs Jookey Olub Handicap, Premier, 1: Whynot, 2; Bareboues, 8. The Hack Selling Bscs, Ijollypop, 1 j Des patch, 21 Nell Qwynne, 3. The Hurry Scurry, Willie, 1; Barney, 2; Sunrise, 8; Botsy.4. On Wednesday the attendance was larger than on the previous day, aod the course was In a mnch better state for racing, although it was far from being first-class. The events were well contested, excepting tbe Forced Handica...

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SUPPOSED KENIAN DESIGNS ON BUCKINGHAM PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

SUPPOSED KENIAN DESIGNS ON BUCKINGHAM PALACE. Rumors that an attempt had been m4Je to fire Buckingham Palace were current on Tuesday night April 21, and were the sub ject of the llouse of Commons. As the result of special inquiries instituted, we learn, says the Daily Ntvis, that the report was not entirely destitute of foundation, and it is eaid to be the opinion of the police that euch an attempt was contemplated. It Seems that between 8 and 9 o'clock a con tstablo in plain clothes was walking along the mall in St. James' Park, when hie at teotion was drawn to two suspicious-looking men proceeding in the directiou of the palace. They carried a large hamper, and from their manner be thought something was wrong. He accordingly followed them, nnd on nearing the palace they halted for a lime, and after looking about, turned off in the direction of Buckingham-gate, lie then accosted and questioned them, but could elicit no satisfactory reply. Ultimately both men were brought to the Kin...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

TO ADVKaTMEJlS. The attention of Advertisers is respect fully drawn to cur Scale of Charges, as announced in the first column of the first page, as in future the prices will le strictly adhered U>, except in caies of continuous advertisements, which may be inserted under special agreement. It. A COWTON, 8AML. IRWfN.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

IMPORTANT NOTICE. The Proprietors of this Journal leg to announce to theit friends and the public generally, that they have just added to their stock a new PRINTING PRESS, aiul a large assortment of JOBBING TYPES, which will enable them to cxecutc work in a style never before attempted in Warwick. They toould also tender their thanks to the Tradesmen and the public generally for the support hitherto accorded to- them, and would particularly impress the fact that they are now prepared to execute all descriptions <._' printing in a better stylo titan previously, and that aU favors entrusted to them will receive every care and attention. It. A. COWTON, 8AML. IRWIN.

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EXTENSION OF THE FRANCHISE TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

EXTENSION OF THE FRANCHISE > - TO WOMEN. Mill's motion in favor of extending elec toral rights to women was followed by the formation of a national society for women's euffrego _asociety which Includes more than one peer, and ceveral members of Parlia ment. The last exemplification of the move ment was in a meeting held at Manchester, on Tdesday, A print 14, in tbo Free Trade hall. Th,® Mayor of Salford presided, and Ma wife was one of the principal speakers. Miss Becker, the secretary of the Manches ter Auxiliary, in the absence or Mr. Bright's eldest daughter, moved a resolution rieolsritig that the exclusion of women from the exer cise of the franchise was unjust In principle And that the right of voting should be granted to them on the same conditions ns to men. In the course of her speech Miss Becker made the remark thai, "consider ing how long and how sedulously man had been inculcating on women tbo duty of political ignorauce, it aeemed very hard to turn round on them now,...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. From the Home News. THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT AND THE IRISH CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

NEWS BY THE MAIL From the Home Nttos. THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT AND THE IRISH CHURCH The House of Commons, the self-doomed end moribund House, has declared by large majorities, 330 to 270, and 328 to 272, tbat the time has come for Tudor legislation to be repealed. The vote of mauy members was doubtless oue of conviction that justico should be done to the Liberal party, which, though a majority, is out of office, but the Vote is Done the lees a great fact. To recur to the illustration we used in March, the whale is harpooned. But hi i death-struggle may ba & long one, aud he is far off frura the victor's grapple-irons and windlass. It may be said, however, that thip, the most important debate since the Ltelorm Act, And, witn that exception, the most impor tant since 1832, was a good debate. Thero were about 47 epeakers, and about a dozen of these were men whose delivered eeuti ments will be remembered when the history of the time shaH be made up. Mr. Ulad stone was very tempor...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

BllNlNtt NEWS. GyuriE.-News oilier tlian quartz-reef mining is of little interest. Much rnin has fallen, ami in consequence (Ue Deep Crock and other similarly situated alluvial workings are partly unworkable ; Mary-street in iin passable Tor even equestrians, whilst heavily laden drays and other vuhiclea hare to weed (heir way along the bill-side at the rear of tlio tuwu to gaiu tbe places of business. Beefing occupies the whole mind, and well may its marvellous richness outshine and absorb cvryt hinn else besides. I scarcely like to mention the hundreds or ounces that bare been taken out of claims on some of the reefs this week, lest I should cause my vera city to be suspected, but it is gn nevertheless. The crashing machino is at work again, uud you will see, litllo as it is, what an effect it will have on the next eiicort; but the woaltli of this place will never be understood until we have plenty <if machinery, mid then I shall lie surprised if we don't send you 10,00...

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Eastern Downs Horticultural and Agricultural Amaciation. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Eastern Down* Horticultural ; aud Agricultural AmaclaUon. The second show of this Association was hold on Tuesday last, in the grounds of the Koyul Agricultural Socicty. The i>how tray be termed a succcas, although the number of exhibits was rather small, and not what might have boon anticipated under favorable circumstances The weather, which fur many weeks past iia^l been very fine, was on thu> occasion as unfavorable us itcuuld be. The attention of a great number of our rcbkleuti) having bucn directed to ihtt Lucky Valley Diggings, ami many being at work there, had no doubt an cfifct upon tho at* tendance, and caused some to ho sibsrnt who, under ordinary circumstances, would havo felt aD interest in the show. The exhibition of blieep was perhaps as pood rb over was hIiowh in Warwick, both as to numbers and quality ; and when we Bay that 6omc of tho picked animals from tho stud flocks of Glen gallan were shown, ns well as from tho stations of Mr. Coutts and McB^rs. ArtniU s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

ARRIVAL GF OUR MONSTER STOCK *WIMTWM « ?>.# »"S » SPECIAL NOTICE. JACOB 1HQRWITZII& CO. HAVE much pleasure in announcing that they have received their First Shipments of Winter Stork Comprised as per Manifest in §&§ [P&©IK&(glI§ Being the Largest, Gheapest, most varied, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK Ever, introduced into this neighbourhood, and selected by our Mr. JACOB IIonwiTZ from the best Sydney and Melbourne Houses. §rap«rg geprtatf Winceys, Plain and Striped French Merinos, all Colors Coburgs an^ Alpacas French Twills Delaines and Mohairs Woollen Plaids Poplins and Lustres Poplinettes CONSISTS OF Prints and Calicoes Flannels, White and Colored Sheetings and Counterpanes Damask Table Cloths Brown Hollands Irish Linens ,, Shawls and Handkerchiefs Ribbons and Velvets THE READI MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF Men's Black Cloth Coats, Trousers, and Vests West of England Tweed and Doeskin Coats. Sacques, Trousers, and Suits _ Pilot, Cloth, and Beave...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Colonial Jtems. -**.. vcc&ssooal corres pondent of the Guardian, writing from New Coledouia, says" Of course yon have beaid of ifa« murder of six sellers three English and threo Germans at i place called Puha, oo tlio mainland ; they were surprised by the natives in the dead of tlio night, brutally murdered, and coocbed and ealeu by those barbarous wretches. But what is more revolting is, tbat a French priest named Dwyer is supposed to have been acquainted with tlio fact of the in tended massacre, and yet did not warn the poor victim?. Twenty-sevou of ibe mur derers-natives of Caledonia group-hare been captured, aud they are now undergoing the strictest examination, tu ascertain if possible, whether or not the priest did in any way prompt tbem to commit the foul deed. Thirteen of tbe criminals have now been examined, and it iB expected to last another three weeks, when they will, of course, cinbrace the " maiden," and-so Will the priest if they can In in tbo slightest de gre...

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The Price of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Tbc Prlcc of Wool. Tiie Agricultural. Society of Now South Wales, by establishing n heallhy competition among tlia wool growers will confer a benefit I hardly to ba estimated upon every ouo who j liaB made this colony bis home, end intends embarking In business pursuits. Not only, among the producers of: our great staple, but among every class in the community, is tlie greatest anxiety exbiliited;- on tho arrival of oach mail, to loarn.how the latest sales of Australian wool have began or concluded, as the casu may bo i and when wo consider the amount to which wo export this loading arti cle of commerco, who can. wonder that it eugrosres mora than any other tho public mind, Tho squatter, who sends his wool home anil takes an advance is anxious for his re* turns, and eagerly looks for tho list of gales hoping that tho price-may leave biui a good margin over and above what he has already* received. Tho squatter of independent means sends home bis wool himself or sells it in I Ik colon...

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Practical and Scientific Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Practical and Sclcntiflc Farming. Mr. Mochi has jnst published bis annuali Tiptreo FAFID balance sheet,.. which will no doubt mako some people very angry." Owing to tbo high prico of barley, be has scarcely had a pig lor two years, and thereby avoided considerable IOBS. Uifi balance for ronton 128 acres and profit on farm capital was £498 7s 4d in 1865, £523 lis 6d iu 18GC, and £623 6s lOd in 1667. His farm capital for tho past yoar was £2858 Cs. Over and above his own farm Mr. Mochi rents forty-five acres of chapel land. This ever cheery agriculturist speaks thus of himself-"Tbo practice on my farm is based upon the theory that the growth of corn and other agricultural products is made to depend upon the making of meat. There is a (great, advantage iu tho system; fur when corn Is at a low average price I sell it to my live stock, *nd thus incroaee my fitore of manure, and pro tanto prevent over-slocking the corn market I havo observed that, when wheat is cheap meat ia dear, and vic...

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Poetry. Scotch Words. From the D. D. Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 20 June 1868

Scotch Word*, From the D. D. Qjzedr. ThCTwS'C "li',l<:3 ,10rtl' bcJ0"J ",0I The plain pure English (hoy can deftly .cud:; speak W tlis ^uok tliuy cuinc tu Th%"°ja 8eems 1,alf English and half Their jaws are chafh; their hands when closed, arc newes f Their bread's 00t cut {" eUccs M ? sntevet ; T1,C,ii//",P'tS a,°'r oxt"' . r«lm8 are 'i'lieir men ore c/iieldt; their timid fools arc f Cdtfla . Cal1'"11'' 2nd llieir women 9""n'- m on" ",ey CUJUrC' ^ And when they give & sample it's a iwtUl. I. nn.'i"? a,ld ° long palaror In nothing tut 0 tlclker or a haver. len""1 m" tIi0 butt' auJ tl,at tb(! AOdltZ\'at t,Wy d° °0t ,tnow (be)' <*'?»« °n k.:r^,d 4ays "M>y 8*y th° wi"j A"\hkYJ*?:mlPa ih°iV 0090 tU0Jr iitcU And«pc'li h"° W°rdB t,lat JoUnso,> could not A|ike7PC'm which means-anything you WI'ai<uo0wi°'t,)0Ufil' Pure'' ""d «dI ^owniL0 8co'tiah mcan»i3 of their T°" P'°af heit down a «'I"K «n cost: To rrfj f°t'""'cbBSe-and cough's a hoU ; lo crac...

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