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ARRIVAL OF THE VIA SUEZ. (From (he Courier.) ADELAIDE, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

A ttlll VAL OF THE VIA ^UEZ. (From (he Courier.) ADELAIDE, July 6. The A.S.N., Co's steamer Rangatira arrived at Glenelg this evening. She reports a (earful gale at King George's Sound in which three ships were driven ashore. The Northumberland, with 1200 tons of coal, foundered. The Bombay left (ialle on the 17th June, and arrived at the Sound on the 1st instant. She brings for Sydney the following passengers:-Messrs. liolt, Bouscate, and Lang. Fears are entertained of the safety of the Benares, with the China mail on board. The latest news by the Bombay is to the 11th ol June.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Important Statistics of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Important Statistics of A us. tralla. The area of land under cultivation in all the Australian colonics, including Tasmania find New Zealand, amounts, according to the latest returns to nearly 2.GO0.OOO acres. The greatest amount of cultivation, and of land under vines, wheat, and miscellaneous tillago is in South Australia, ob is also the largest extent under hay, if New Zealand, which only returns sown grasses and not hay, be excluded, Victoria can hoast of the largest extent under oats and under potatoes, and New South Wales the largest extent under cereals, exclusive of wheat and oats (chiefly maize), and tinder to bacco. The acreable yield of oats, wheat, and hay Is highest in Victoriaffef other cereals (chiefly tnafee), in New South Wales; of pota toes and tobacco, in Tasmania; and of wine, in South Australia. The number of livestock 1 in all the Australian colonies, including Tas mania aud New Zealand, is calculated to he 600,000 horses, 4,000.000 cattle. 38,600,000 abeep, an...

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, JULY 7. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Warwick E'cttj llcbu Court. TI'JSHAY, J CLY 7. [Before tlit l'olicc Magistrate.] ftMc.rul cases ».hi.:|j were a«t dovvufur hear* ing wimo settled «-ut of C'Miit JJrodeiicIc v. -'This was an ad journed case fioic the previous couii, and wan to reeovc»- the &D111 ill i''.l 15s., deposit money on i4CCi>unt <»f Iasi«l pnreha.sed. Mr. (JowjneRt f.,r iVfcmlnut ; (Mr. Omnhvu f 'f plniutiir. 7*1 r. (/.mfjucst. tuliiiiitlo 1 Uui as there was a of li'lt involved, the court had In* jurMiction. .Mr. Oxonhnm argued lliut the Action w:ir mt'iclv In icfovcr tho deposit ii»oi)i»y if pl.iiiniJl' difappioved <(f 'he title, lli- Honor d^d<jud that a question of title did exist. mid lie hflil no juiindicUou. A non-suit was ihcrt-foic entered. llanratty v. Marshall.-£11 18s., b«»a»d and lod^iu;_f. Mr. Tullcr for the plaintiff. No ap pearance of defendant. Verdict for plain tiff with Divis, Harris, and Co. v. Evans-Goods sold and delivered, £9 Is. <»...

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

I Warwick Municipal t'oniictl. A special meeting of the council was field on Wednesday afternoon last to take into consideration the suspension of the Town Clerk. There Were present-Tfie 51 ay or. Aids. Boss. Evcndeu, Afflcck, Crouibio.aud Thornton. The MATOB said tbe business of lite meet ing was to take into consideration the HUS pension of tbe Town Clerk. lie explained to the meeting that ? the Town Clerk had lately absented lilmsclf from his duties, and It was imperative on the Council to have the publio business carried on in a proper way. Aid. Ross said, after hearing His Wot6hlp'6 explanation, they pould all agree that they must confirm the suspension of the Town Clerk. It was well-known to all of them that Mr, Warren's conduct latel/ had uot been either creditable to himself or tbe Cor. poration. They would ho wanting in their duty to the public if they allowed a further repetitiou of such conduct iu one ol their officers. He would therefore move that the suspension of the T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

giHicr&citmtfs. WAKTKJD, A Respectable GIRL as Under NURSE. Apply to MES. DEUOIIAU, 743 Glengallan. WAN TEH. A Good Man COOK. Apply at tlio Cri £\. terion Hotel. 744 WA.WTICD. A LADY who lias bad long experience In Tuition, is desirous of obtaining a situ ation as llesident Governess. Address " R. 8." Fost-oflioe, nrisbane, 730 WIHTED, I3NDERS for Splitting 26.000 (twenty-six thousand) Iron Bark (SHINGLES. Apply to JGIIN BVGDES. 759 Criterion Hotel. NOTICE. T I the undersigned, do licrcbv autiioriite ; Messrs. Oliarles Clark & Co., to collect all ray outstanding ACCOUNTS, and their receipt will be a full discharge <m my aecnuut. WILLIAM O ILL A SI. Warwick, June Ctii, 18G8. 73 KDTICG. CiTARlili ban broken out in tiro Flocks of Sheep at Pike's Creek, T/ie South eastern part of the Hun ha* been placed lu Quarantine. 752 BEODtE & GOODRICH. NOTICE. CATACUH has broken out in one flock of SIII?1;P at Toolburra. The sheep have all been destroyed. LEONARD ...

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The Presbyterlan Synod. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

The l*realtytcrlan Synod, Tho annua! meeting of (he Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland was held in the. Crcok'Streot Prcfcbytcrian Church. Tho Rev. James Lore, Moderator for the past year, commenced the proceedings by tho con ducting public worship, and preaching froiu Timothy 1.15; "This is a faithful saying and worthy of nil o coaptation, that Chrj&t Jesus come into the world to save sinners.'' At the close of this service be announced the meeting of the Synod, and constituted it. The roll of member* wsb then made up, as follows* viz.Preshylery of Urisbatie: Rev. C. Oggr, Ann street: Hev, J Love, Wickhom | Terrace; Itev. J. Wilson, Ipswich Reserve; Itev. M. M'Gavin, M.A., Cicck-strcotj Rev. A. Caldwell, Fortitude Valley; Rev. R. Lewers Ipswich; aud Rev.*J\ J. Kuipe, ministers; and Messrs. ^£ncos AVu|kcr, Aim-street; Alex* ander Cleghorn, Wickham Terrace; J. C. Baird, Creek-street; J. Fraser, South Bris ; bane; J. M'Dovmott, Oxley; and T. Pryde, Ipswich, elders....

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PLANTING TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

PLANTING TUBES. Tho success *f transplanting in all cases de pends much on! ho length of time wliich the plants arc out of tho ground, and their flizo, aa well as tho uaturo of the coil in which they arc planted. It Js necessary that tho ground should ho trcnched not less than one loot deep and drained if required, without which tliore can ho little hope of success. In some iu« ntanccg draining ia not required, hut trench* ing alwayn, no matter how good the soil may he in other rospccts. Nothing can be mora erroneous in practice than to dig a pit for a treo in tho hard toil on'y just the sire of the troa, which arc thrnut in and a few clods trodden upon tho roots. Pit* made on that principle serve as vessels to hold the sfiper fluouf* water, and the sides being ba_rd the water conuot pass away, but remains to stag nate and sour the mould, and the consequence Is tho roots soon perish. The roots Are also shortened in the operation of taking lip. and throw out many title young fihitss....

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Crown Lands Office, Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Crown Lands OUlcc, Warwick. The monthly court for receiving applica tions lor land (or the Darling Downs district, was held on Wednesday hut, before the Coin mfgsioucr, If. 'i\ Gregory, Kb<j. Twenty-six applications hod b-en dopo*itod at the office, and all were approved but three. There was a very good attcuSance, aud a lively iuterest displayed as to the decisione. The followiug i* a list of applications. 11. <1. Lynde. 1G0 acres of agricultural, situate uear Clifton. Rejected on tho crouud ol iU JM*>g surveyed lend, aud mil have to be put up by auction. W, |3. Tooth, 1222J acres agricultural, at Olif t-m. Approved. J. C. 8. Ileyarty, CIO agricultural, at Spriug Creek. Approved. Z. (Jofr, r>2(i acros agricultural* at Spiing Creek. Approved. , Susan Orrac, Glo acres agricultural, situate uear Clifton. Approved. E. C. Oruie, 230 acres agricultural, near Clif ton. Approved. 12. C Orine, 2000 acres first class pastoral, uear CrooiuburiA. Approved. 12. C. Or...

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A Long Line of Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

A (mi Kitne of ItftllMuj. A riilm; route direct from London to! > v Bombay and Calcutta, with no break excep tbe short interval of »k passage between borer and Calais, b certainly ? very startling and formidable propoial. The enormous advantages of taoh communication are so apparent that we wonder so much space is devoted to their enumeration in the prospectus Of tba scheme. The only question is as to the feasibility of the project, and on this point Captain Stewart's paper is somewhat reticent. Mr. Hyde Clarke however, in a rcoent ? lecture at the Society of Arts, ex-i amlned the subject more in detail, and it is Impossible to read' his observations without fading that soonor or later something of this kind wtlt be supplied. Nothing could be sim pler or easier to look at, on the map, than the new route. Draw a line straight from Lon don to Bombay, and there it is. It passes through Vienna, Constantinople, Aleppo. Bag led, and Bnisora. She rails are already laid at far ELS Baaios...

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Drain Work. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Drain Work. Insularities of habit will b the fiction of the mind. Tbe mental pn*i*r tint is thrown away and W9sted by rccklc^sne-.- in this respect in incalculable. l*ut tli*re arc Variations in mvutur pouer iti tb-j of health, in the absence of i.:!i.will in; i-, i the most regular habits, Perhaps few niith'iis have more carefully adapted thvir habits to their work, or orderel their method of life with A IHO16 quiet equality, than did Milton. He went to bed uniformly at 9 o'clock He lose in the summer generally at 4, and in winter at a. When, contrary to liia usual custom, he indulged himself with longer ICS. lie employed a person to read to him fioiu the time of his waking to that of his risiug. The Ofeningof his day was uniformly consecrated to religion* A chapter of the Hebrew Scrip tures being read to him as soon as be was up, he passed the subsequent interval till 7 o'clock in private meditation. From 7 till. 12 he either studied, liatened while some author was read to him, or...

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Opening for Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Opening Tor Capital. A Brisbane correspondent of the Leeds Mercury, signing bimsell 41 Yorkshirem/m,*' writes as follows to that journal, under dote January 15,18G8: A little of the surplus capital, which wo licnr by every tuail from the old country is so abundant there, would be very acceptable to this young colony* We are laboring under the pressure of debt and an unduly heavy civil list, which would crush us entirely but for the extent aud varied nature of our pro ductions. The expenditure of the Govern- : merit is upwards of £1,000,000 a-ycar, or equal to more than £11 for every person in the couri . try. We are actually enduring 7$ per cent. ad valorem duty on everything except flour, and we have wise meu here who liavo dared to advocate 20 per cent, duty upon everything imported, Our Ministry have, however, by means of debentures bearing 10 per cetits | interest, and the issue of Treasury notes for £1 and for £5, managed to save us from bank- j ruptcy as a State. No credit, ho...

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Important to Wool Growers AND OTHERS INTERESTED IN IMPROVING THE GROWTH AND GETTING UP OF THE STAPLE PRODUCT OT THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

Important to Wool C«ru\vcrt>> AND OTIIF.ItS IV1 IZKICSTICD IX l.M riiovisu -jm: <a:o\vni AND okt Tixii rr oktiii; staI'I.E i-hoduct OF Tiij; COLONY. We have all kinds if fc<'cietics foriwnl in | various p.iHs « f the ruUiniurt <-l >"cw Suith | Wules, Victoria, and Queensland, ;\ud prizes I aw aided Itv lliciu f<»i* i111]11ovoi11e:11- in I he | growth of cereals, pigs,short horns, winuF.&c . and <he making of implements of husbandry. ! The most impoitaut of our productions, how ever, line been almost ncglccted, simply because a few years nince everybody grew licli in growing anything that could ho called ivoni. Other countiics, jealous of the sudden increase of wealth caused by the production of tliifi article, have at length by their competi tion reduced the vnluo of our one favoured security to a very serious extent, thus nll'ect iug all monetary institutions, as well as a large class of pioneering and enterpri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

r TOE (Inimiitcr imir ©ntrs M PUBLISHED m WARWICK Brery 8ATURDAif maRKIK'G, In lime for the Outgoing MbIIm. The emonnt of Snbscription is FIVE . HILLINGS per quarter, in all cases in Mlraoco. Single copies, 8IXPKNCJ3. ?OAIiB OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING: fl. 4. Two line) i o Fonr do 2 0 Six do _g -g Eight da ......n.V' S 0 - nvvrj adtfftiohal'aijf lines or under Is. DisetwM' On 18 OOasesutive insertions 30 per cent. *8 ..33 .. All Adrertlioroents most specify on their face the number of times tbey are to be in serted ; ifientjn without this specification, each sdrertlsements will be inserted until eooDtulaauited, aud charged for accordingly. All Advertisements roust be seat fu not later than t p.m. on Fridiya. Orfttt lor withdrawal or alteration mast be I written. Non-subscribers* advertisements must be ftld far previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, St. per | fauartloa. ? j AGTINT IX STOSTEV MaMrs. Gordon and Gotch, Greorge*street " ^ AOENW IN BRISBANE.-f Wr. G. D. Ua...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 11 July 1868

fotal Jnitllipcc. ? METBOBOLOQIOAIi OBSEBVATIONS, The following are tbe readings of the barometer and thermometer for the past week, taken at the Telegraph Office Id this town, at 9 o'clock A.M., dally . BAMHETEB. TllERHOHETr-IJL WAX. HIH. Saturfay .. S8IG7 .... C5 0 .. 610 Mon4*y, .. 28455 .... 615 .. 610 Taeiaiw .. SSMS .... 640 .. 49-0 Wednesday .. 88-376 .... 67 0 .. 100 Tlmtsday .. E8'328 .... 650 .. 380 Friday .. 88865 ..... 660 .. 41-0 Balnfall since last i»ue 1-670. An editorial on the " Quarter's Re venue." was written and got up in type, bu,t a crush of advertisements, .coming at a late hour has compelled ws to leave it out. On Sunday last, July 5, the Rev. Colin M'Cullocb, of Warwick, preached corning and evening to large congrega tions in the Wickham Terrace Presby terian Church. The services were most instructive and impressive. Col lections were made on behalf of the debt extinction fund, the results, of which were highly satisfactory. ** Courier." Messrs. Richardson a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

? Extractor Breiran^Tmi. ' HABPEE TWKLVBTBBBB' ..YBA81V BINS i» auperior to Brewen* T««t or Baking powder for making Ltgbt, Sweet* and Wholesome Bread, It U aliotya randy and «are to set, and. the most Ignorant can W* uiiKtRke in ailng it. Sold in. unaIl.l<Mk*ta and Canisters by all Storekeeper*. HARrEtt TWELVETBEE8' GDVEBH-. MEMT BLACKING, is deserved If popula for ita loftoen, brilliancy, and enduring quality. 8pld in Oilskin j?acketa> and in Bottles by all Storekeeper* i and wholesale by Harper Tneveltrae'i va I)rom)ey-by-Bpw London. Primed and published by tlie Proprietor*, RICHABD APPLKB* COW TO S and PAMDUi, IUWIN, at tbe Examiner and ZVmti Ofioe, Albert-street, Warwick,

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

NEW STAMP DUTIES. The following duties are payable nnder tha ' new Stamp Act, which.came tntoopm0PI OP the let November last:- £ j Drafti and Promissory Notn. For every £50 and under, mb every fractional part of £50above 0 1 0> BilU of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto o> X J' Ditto Foreign (if drawn {a gets of tvro or more), each, for every £80 0 0 4 Receipt!.-For all Bums of 80a .MU upwards, each .. ... . 0 0 1 Cheque! or Orders.-Ditto, Ditto 0 O I Bank Notes.-For every £100 of tbe average annaual circulation BOO Veedt of Conveyance o/ Property. For every £OT and Under .... » J fi \ ?AJiove, and not exceeding £100 ,. 0 IS O for every fractional part of f 100 m**T .. o u a ; mbrtmenlt.-Of the value of tt . '> and upwards 0 1' 0 . , A'ote,-'Where tatters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of tbem . ' ' to be stamped with . doty of Si. BilU of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 1 (J'.! For every receipt, or copy thereof from muter, mate or agent 0 0...

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Gold-Field Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Gold-Field Kcgulatloiih. Intending diggers will probably peruse witli interest the fojlowing regulations : Commissioner empoutetedto make temporary rulet-The C'lminisbioncr may at any time make such temporary rules or orders, not in consistent with the Act 20 Victoria, No 2D, or with these Regulation!) as lie may consider ne oessury for regulating lUe mode of washing at any slreA't] or waterlwle, for the prevention or injury of a pubic nature by the deposit of tail ings or refuse fiora any cradle, torn, sluice, of crushing machine, Comiitiseioner empowered to decide dispute*. -~The CominiBtsioner shall have |>ower to de cide upon and make any necessary order in any dispute that may arise in any lustier con nected with the gold fields management, and not herein provided for; but no such decision or order shall be inconsistent with Ibese Bjgu la'iong. or with the Act of Parliament SO Vic toria, No 2!). Appointment of Auction.-In any case of dispute or otherwise in which the Commis ...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Useful Hints. SHEEP WABHIKU MACHINE.-The Melbourne journals report that ft new sheep-wsashjng machine has recently Wfen patented by Mr. Wilkinson, of Eyrie-strcet, Geelong, which promise? quietly to come Into general use being alike simple and inexpensive. It con sists of a double tap jet, which instead of being of wood is of iron, and easily worked by two levers. These jets are supplied with water in tlie usual way. from a dam or stream as the case may be, and the great ii.iprove. ment is that the washer has complete control over the water. The taps are three feet in length,and the supply .can be. obtained in a steady downward stream from a sixteenth to three-quarters of an inch in thiekuess. j The taps are four and a half inches apart, and can either be used jointly or severally. Mr. j J. L. Gurrle, who has already given orders for aome to be made for liis station. Bays it is the best sheep-washing maclitofe be has ever teen. I To PBIVSHT HOBSES KIOKIKO.-Having a borse that would ...

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Tube Wells. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

Tube Wells. A correspondent at Christcliurch, New Zea land, writcB as follows to the Auttralaiinn about Norton's tube* wells :- "' '* I Geo in The Avslralaiian of May 23, fiD article on Noreton's tube wclla. I must tell you that the same plan has boon in use here during the last six years or more, water being found anywhere beueatb this oity at from mk to twelvo feet, accenting to the- surface level. At tliat deplb there is a bed of shingle, through w liich the water always stands at tbe same level. I roust tell you that no part of Christcliurch stands more than eighteen feet above highrwalor mark-in most parts, not more than ton or twelve. Tbe water only I rises in tbe'pipes to tbe level of the shingle, | and of course bas to be raised by pump, in the usual way-'the same in Norton's plan. Pos sibly be bas had an blea from the antipodes. But it may be interesting to your readers to know, that at tbe depth of from 80ft. to 85ft. there is another stratum of shingle, from which when pi...

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Exanminer and Times. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 18 July 1868

If (faminer mtlr Cinted SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1868. Tub late outbreak of catarrh h&a kfforded oar contemporary a rare op portunity of (bowing off hi* intimate knowledge or everything connected with that dims*. He first leads off with a tirade of abuse against the Ghiaf Inspector, dictates to that gen tleman the course he ought to have pursued, and then sneers at some sug gestions made for the prevention of the disease by one of the leading veterinary surgeons of Mew Sooth Wales. 80 far as his advice to the Chief Inspector is concerned, it would be well i( the .heepowners of tins district were assured that daring our contemporary'* tenure of office, as a subordinate in the same line, be bad practised what be now preaches; but it is the opinion of many that bis denunciations, if reduced into intelligible English, would be found to arise from a jealous disappointment that the office of Ohief Inspector had not been bestowed on himself. We may be wrong, but this is the opinion of ma...

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