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CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

CALENDAR FOR JULY. Motm'» rhancos T»\l Mo m ft.w f>mt<)unrtr iStti,.li»'S2 a.m Nevibn 20lti...B-8 n.ru lrt Qmrti'r 87ill.. 0-3 n.T 22nd " fa. 188,. 19 Sun Yictoiia KjpRraloil from N.P.W.. 1 SGI Kir linbiTt Peel died, H^ed 02, 1850 jLcichhflidt acftrcli party started, lfiO-1 \ American independence dcctni^d. 177C FOURTH Sunpai' AtrriiR THJNITY Calif^niu annexed to U, States 1840 GdM dittCovcrctl in Victoria, 1851 .1. Baltic of Sadowa, 18(50 Mngflncrenf Christiana in Syria, ]Pf»0 jfi, tvnnde fl-nt leased in Tfiamnuia, 182S | ."flawarifi" *.«. finndcH'd, 1Br»G . FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Allia* evacuated tlio Crimen. 16 >G Baud.School tjuioit Jululee.Land.JS;>3 FiistOf»r. #»f Victorin s-vnrn in, 1S51 Diiaetroiin Flood* in N.8.W., 1^01 29. Dr. Thomasi I>ick died, 1857 fi.W. coast of New Holland disc., 1C22 Sixth SUNDAY AFTER Thiniti* Garibaldi toolc Naples, 1800 Hubert Jl frns died, Aged H7, 179H fl, Ttflejrrapli noencd to Adelaide. 1856 Fif«t l^mdon Ncw*$j>ap...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

THE fontracr artlr Crates 18 PUBLISHED IN WARWICK fivery DATIIROAV MORMIKO, la time for Uie Outgoing Halls. The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases ill advance. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OP CHARGES FOR ADVER TISING ! *. <3. Two lines 1 0 Fenr do 2 0 Sis do 2 G Bigbl d.t. .............. 8 0 Every Additional six lines or under Is. DiSfoCT On IS consecutive insertions 20 per cent. » , ..33 " All Advertisements most speclij on tlielr facelhe numlierof limes thef are to bo In .cried; If sent in trilliont tins npocificntinn, Bach advertisements will be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not Ikter than t pm. on Fridays. Orders tor withdrawal or alteration must be written. Hon-subscriber*' advertisements most be paid for previous to Insertion. Mairiages, Births, and Deaths, 8s. per lalerHoa. AGENT IN SYDNEY Meiers. Oorduu and Gotch, Oeorge-strcct AGENTS IN BRISBANE:-| , Mr, G, D. Haksho...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

(faitthttr miii Cimcs. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1868. WARWICK and its surrounding district seem to be looked upon with a kind » 6f contempt not by ibis Government * only but by all that have been in office . It would seem that because we are bordering on another colony we do not either require or deserve to havo . oar conveniences consulted or our public works pushed forward. Last year when our wise men were waxing warm and debating as to f. who could introduce the most rigid economy, and nearly all members trying Iheir strength to put the screw on the the expenditure,it was suggested to take ' us our 'etter carrier, to do away *" wnh our Clerk of Petty SeBeionB, and to otherwise leave us "outin the cold" by allowing only the merest trifle to be expended in this district. We have before us now very palpable pfftofs th^t the Railway will not be k finished to Warwick for some years to sLcome, unless, by some extraordinary spurt of prosperity, the revenue is very greatly improved; and even t...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Effects of Ignorantly Ruying Land. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Effect) of fgnorantly Uuylng Kami. The sale at Droidwood, on Monday and Tuesday loot, «f a number of improved l-ts of land on tlic Lit He River and ArAluen gold* fields has lenjlted in Mivrral paitie* having experienced a sad disappointment through their Ignorance of the land* to be *<«M. Some of theso lata have had very considerable itn provenientri made upon Ihcin by the parlies wlio tiad teltcn them up. They have be^n fenced and substantial dwellings erected on them in «ome instances, besides in a few Cases being converted at gnat labor and expense into orchards, In one of these cases where, beaidc* tlie other improvement*, an orchard bad been planted np<»u the iinprov.il lots, the paity who male these improvements was totally ignorant of it* beinir about to lie sold. He states that after applying tn pur chase U lie gut no notification of it<i valua lion in order that be might have nn oppor tunity of purchasing. Ti»e cmi*eq«enc<» was th...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

KOTICI:. Our Accounts for the Quarter ending ' 3{)th S(J$E ore iiuic hnnj <(> h'v<red, <uvf { we shall feel (fteally obliged by an t'urly , liquidation of the same. ! COWTON & IRWIN, j

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Catarrh In Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

futarrli In dbeqi. X correspondent writing t* the Sjfdnt%r Morning JIerald,s*y±.-¥or the information of ti»c 6lt ^.owners of the colony, 1 have to oliburvu flint I have, for * number of years* practiced inoculation in the disease termed " Oirfeuiper in d"£utM aod i»Ar« observed that it produce* the diac&se in a milder fl»rm lb an when it mines from infection, or H *pontane« nu^ly generated in the animal; *tri it it not at all impr»b&bl» that similar tesvUfe would nriacfmuj adopting it in ca«e& of eatarrb la sheep. The mode of inoculation T hure adopted is as fallows Thread a surreal needle with ctiur*e darning cotton aaturated with the dis charge running froro the no*e of the distem pered animal, and pa*s it under the akin by pinching up a small potion. an <u to admit a quarter of im inch of the thread to pass voder the skin In cutting off the thread leave half an inch outaide no ae to allow it to be with drawn when the disease is established. fn t...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Colonial Jttms, | Advjoes from Melbourne, dated tho 1st. 1 ! innt. stale thai the exodus lo Maryborough ! ! Htiil CMiliimos, and the demand f*»r passes ' is increasing. Berths are token up in thei steamers the insiaut it is possible to do BO. It is reported (lint If acres of hop.ground,; ! belonging lo Captain Femon, of New Nor ' folk, Tasmania, produced this Reason no less ; | than 2 touts 17 cu t. of hops, which realised j i 2# GI per pound. { j It appears from a paragraph in the tfa$h-1 | ville Times, that a fiioot ir»« of the branch of! | the Licensed Victuallers" Association, held al Gyrnpiu on the Cth into., Mr HincLir, ; late of Toowoomba, in (lie chair, much [ offence «rn« taken fit mime editorial remark* , made by tho journal wo have named, and ft, | was Agreed to raise subscriptions to establish ' another newspaper. j With reference to the tush from Victoria I io (he Qup^nfUnd goM.fields, the Mary \ borough Chronicle of Saturday stated;-! The Florence Irving, on Thursday b...

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TO ADVERTISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

The. >1 tffnti nt of Advertisers in reject- \ fully draun f<> our S<-<tfe *>f Ch'irgtt, us nunuuuced in the first column of thethnf l*«gef«9 in future the prices xcilf he. strictly adhered t», cnept in casts of continuous < advcrtisem?.i/s, which may tt iunrtad j under special agreement. I !!. A COWTOS, HA ML. UIW IS. j

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

of Jtefos. A poor old man, named WWte. who has been fur years put earning a precarious living as a porter on the shores of Vila Ous«* «| KingV Lynn, has just foen enriched by bav. ing <i fortune left him, it is said, to the eaten! of £20,000. Dr. Oolenso hu lately printed a translation. ; into the Zulu language cf the first part of " The Pilgrim's I'ragun," wbloh he barpr?* pared for the use of the native*. 0e la (irok - ceeling with the remainder, the work hviag highly appreciated. The'South London Press'aays that 'WjJ liatn Rniipel will shortly be released from t9 Portland Convict Piiann. Hi* health liai severely Buffeted during his punlshmstit, arid his return to the world-4>roken do»u Mid de spised-will be a better discipline foi apmaj who. it it rumored, ware morally ti «rhhfniF Bs he A printed copy Iim been tuned of the estt« mate prepared by the tndiaii-offiite of the ex (jondituro for the Abyaalaian expedition, Tli& ' entimate of the tnal charge* in Eng...

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Warwick 9Euiiit'i|ial t'ouiicit. i The Council met for the tranaiction of general bo-ine*s on Mmi-Jay m last by adjournment, when there wen? prenent. Aids. Aftleck, Kvvndeti, Thornton, Ciombie, Oniiif, and P. Morgan. Pruvii.us to the gcneril business being proceeded with Mr.ijAUits Mokuan took his place nl tlie head of ll>e tabic, and said he wished to make tuimo explanation to the Council for vending in his rc^i^uutiou ns Mayor aud Alderman. lie said he did not icgret that the last meeting was declared lo be illegal, ftfi it bad hffmled bim an oppor turily of meeting thein itnd explaining his reasons for resigning ns member of tiie Council, and he could not. help admitting that those who bad idected him three times us lheir chairman anil Mayor of the town derived better of Mm, than that he should leave them without assigning any reason. They were si] aware lhat when the situation nl' Town Clerk beciinie vacant a Urge num ber < f candidates offered themselves fir the o...

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The Brummond Snake Poisoning Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Tlic Ilrummond Nnahc Poisoning Vase. £hiroa was acquiltcd from the jary 1>cing convinced that bo behoved in hU antidote, and that Mr. Druuitiiond taunted and jeered him into consenting that he (Urutntnmid) should be bitton, and tlie attfidot« applied. Ptofessor Ilalfoid ascertained, in past tuor* torn examination, that no internal organ Of Mr. Drumiuond's body was injurious!}' affected by iho euako paisun, except a small Bpnt of congestion of Iho lung. Doalli occurred through the mixing of the poison of tha snake with the blood of the tuan, but how this led todcatli Mr. Halford could not tell; the blood was tendered more fluid by tuake poison and would not coagulate. In answer to a nnmhor of questions, principally from tlio Judgo (Mr. Justice Williams), Dr. Ilaliord gate mtinc curigmi information on the subject generally. The poison of tlic rattlesnake, and alio of the cobra di capello, cuisus pain nod suppuration of tiie bitten part, and causes rapid decompo sition and putrefact...

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MINING NEWS. GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

M»IKE KEWS. GYMI'IE. The accounts daily received of the Vilnyus reefs ere eocouragiug, and although wo withhold until Saturday ft geuerai milting report, we may refer to one or two instances of sudden and unexpected ». iitids/* Tor instance, on Saturday last, the holders of the claim lopped off (fom Messrs. Curtis and Co., «»(] bordering on Messrs, PojJucks', struck upon aotne ma.nificcnt stone, so, at least, it was reported* and the specimens we were shown were good. As, however, this ground is likely to be brought sub judice we shall not now say more about it. At the Homeward Bound tteef 3G zs. have been taken out of three buckets of stuff from the proBpcciors claim, In No. 1 Bdtou South gold has been Etruck* and iho stone promises well. In other reefs good prospects are obtained, and the yield in those fatui-, Marly termed ihe Pioueer reefs maintains a good average of-well, richuess. Mr. John Moore's quartz crushing battery consisting of a 80-liorae power engine, with : expansion...

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The Mini. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

The Mini. J1 i, a singular fact, that for the first time in tlio history of the Mint, lint a hin^lj sove reign was struck iIkiu dining the wliolu <>l last year. nor lias oi:e jet bet-n stiuck tln-iu during tliU. Kuril K nearly 1'"^" fact U'.t 11 iiuuml ?tciliiiB i« K"''1 lius ,"JC" added to tlio currency of tl.u Itiuatlu-u. H K«i lli'uslit al'ler ib«>MU£ <>f ll'al !!l,; Mint would have t.i coin mine money i but tbE very reverse ha6 been ilie ca*e. iic Jlint itself ii sntt<-iing fn.ia the depression whkli lias fur II time oveitakeii all trades and occupations. 'i'lic deoinnd there now is not for pounds Irnl fur shilling* ami sixpences, and even at the manufacture of these the men me only working halt time. and a*- littlu 11111 k: tlun half wages. Hef.no proceeding <.<> <le scribe how the money itself is manufactured, it may not he out of place lo say a few words as to how cjuvi^ies die out, anil how uuLaiu ...

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Talgai Gold-fields. To the Editor of the Brisbane Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Tulgaf Gold-fields. To the Editor of the Drisbane Courier. bill,-Now llipl bundled* of j!okliii«!!;vrB are arriving in this colony, nnd n.any hun ched* still on their way to try their luck on the Qi>eeu*l»in<l izoM-lieUl*, I think it only riglii to draw attention li tlie Ta!j:ai r<;<fs It is well Known that these r<«ofh luvetunu-d out v«iy rich yiclda; AS much a* 12na*. per ton of qiiariz luivn been tlie result of many of tliu duelling. Indeed, uhont tlnce year* ago, two cruHhiiij; machine* were kept in cutiHiHut woife, bui in consequence of want of capiial, want <>f ox|>eiiutic^d men. and other causes-hut not from scarcity of K<»ld-thene diguing have been allowed to fall into Oisii^e. Of the ninny who are arriv ing, only A limited number will bn able lo K'M L'ogij cliiiinn upon the Gvinpio, ICilUivan, and Jimna fii'lds. Such being the cute,) am *iir« that if experienced miners would only p.iy Talgai a vinit ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Bistciiatifons. TUB *' I'LEASCIES" OF COCUIM CHINA - Every morning on turning U1y eyes on the beams and rafters of the bungalow, I saw eeip.tits of a large size creeping and winding over and about them. At first 1 was horror struck at the sight, but after a time they bad ceased to terrify me, and at length became fami liar to my eye j so that when I awoke I used tojook for them as objects of course, and learnt to distinguish my vibitants oue from another, both by the diversity of (heir spec kles, black and green, and by their sise. They twined around and around tbe raftuis and beams; but I never knewoooof them to fall upon or mcleat me. Here, also, the trees nud bushes were illuminated by fire-flies which presented, on a dark night, tbe grandest sight imaginable. It «ras my custom to stroll with my friends through tbe paddy-fields in the interior, and admire the verdure of tbe coun try and the majesty of the silent forest-and often has the black scorpion turned towards its deadly st...

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Singular Fact for SheepBreeders. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

Singular Fact for Wit'Cji. Ui'i'iih'rs. Sheep draw (rout the land on which they gvasw a considerable quantity of poUsli, much oi which is ultimately excreted from the *ki« tvhli tho sweat. It was pointed out by Ghevrcnl that this peculiar potuah, compound (M suint") forma uo less than ouu-third of tho weight of raw merino woolj while, of ordi nary wools, it constitutes uhout fifteen per Cfiit.' f the weight of tho fresh fleece. As tho "huint" may he extracted by mere im nieieion in cold water, it is easy for the wool manufacturers to produce more or lesscoucen* (rated solnlu)))* froui which (he p«la»h way be recovered by appropriate tieatj.icnt. The development of the new industry is due to MM. Maumonc and Itogctat, and their process is probably in operation at most of tho great seats of the wool inanufaetuio in France. The plan adopted by these gentlemen is a very bimplu one. Tljcy evaporato the holutions which are sent to them until a perfectly dry and somewhat charred residue has...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

RELINQUISHING BUSINESS. SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF ! ! To Squatters, Storekeepers, Publicans, Hawker**, Bewii ef Faniilirt, and I lie l*nblic Generally. DAVIS, HARRIS, & CO. HAVING DECIDED UPON CLOSING THEIR BUSINESS, It is imperative that the whole of their STOCK-IN-T11ADE MUST BE DISPOSED OF, And in order to effect a CLEARANCE THE WllOI'.K OF TIIIUK STOCK WILL BE OFFERED REGARDLESS OF COST. In submitting this notice we would remark that our STOCK consists of really first-class s$as<o>i®mmm9 Boots and Shoes I Groceries Ironmongery ? Oilmens Stores Saddlery I Wines and Spirit* Crockery I flour, &c.( &c. 38^* Intending Buyers arc invited to. give an curly calL Davis Harris, & Co., 713 I'ALMRIUN.STBERT, WAUWICK. Proclamation. Ry HU Excellency The Honorable Maumog Ciuuleb O'OoNNi-l.L, by Her Majesty** ltoyal License, a Knight Commander of Isabella (ho Catholic, Knight of tl*e Second C\a*& of JB in Fernando, a Knight Extraordinary of ...

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ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

ELECTION OK MAYOli. A Fpccinf meeting! yesterday aftcrnoni, in? a Mayor, in the roij Em{,, rrhiuncd. ThcfJ men Kvendcii (in' Morgan, *)»<) AflWJj The Chairman1 meclini!, afirr wj| ItofiS tio Ap|H»ill1 Council was field impose of clect k James Morgan, ^Kfiit Aider , Hots, Craig, object of the ' _ ~OS(?d 111 At Aid, f (lie C uucil. 'ud (1i<9 inotj in. ed that it would be j ion of Mayor until flft( r^f^^iB^^H^Idciinq been filled up. Uuit tvoj more advisable alpreseut to appoiutl man, who would also act as liclnroiu] iVotild be if May on c r. Jl<> had ii-» objection <o bec-me . heir ihuinmui, i»r of h» e tnin^ Mayer, if «-ii at it mi l ling ul.rn IIm- C"lU;cil Was ttjjain properly «oi sthut if llirv H"\v appointed a Mi»y«ir f--r Ihe rpinninder of the ujt»iiici|Ml yeai.th'ise uI'li-riiM-u wh<\ wi*i»! Jil-Pl'.lil, -lljtl lll'^e who u-nuM I >h e'er.'cl, iniulit *ay fhai it was ilon** i» mi midvrhuid Himitit't, un<l (h;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1868

MARRIED. On the 22nd inst., at St. Mark's Church, Warwick, by the Ven. Archdeacon Glennie, Mr. Thomas Beeson, tailor, of Warwick, to Jemima Raiment, widow of the late J. C. White, Esq., Stock and Station Agent, War- wick.

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A Teance. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

A. IVanrc. A wcp1* nr (wo ajjo the wife <if a very »** spec able media.»ic, le-idiu^ on 'JVdfi h-siuct in tb'is c'ny. 0tu-i after a ^bori illnc ft'id lb< u»ual a.ruiijejin nts wcie made for tl«<: fnneial service*. One of the citv cinder..lUersj, ai the icqucst of tlic biis>i>aud. provided a very hand some coflii for the deceased, iato which fjc if^lcss renauts were placed, and lUcy were permitted to remain in a room. During the ensuing night, however, one of tlie wateh-.*re. who had heard and icad of reports of case* of suspended animation, decided to ascertain ior hc.s'jlt whether ihere was any probability in micIi repmta. A fnvorablo opportunity presented itself fn> the fulfilment of her Hchemc.-*, aiiu having satisfied herself thnt *-\m Wiia t ally ulniie with the corpse ->ho ob (lined a small looking sl-^s and laid it upon tins ficc of the deceased. To lie great sur prise iliUi'O ajipe.trcd cviiK-nces of breathing* upon the l.ice of t...

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