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A Sad Case in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

& Sad Ca»c <u Slelbumac. A few nights ago a miseiable little infant was placed In (lie vcra&d;ih of a hoi"*c near Btr. Rarnsdeii's pnper>mi;ls. lis mi*erabli? mother watched near it until it was fou.'d and taken indoors. Site Iind neither frlnnds nor home; nothing but herself arid tier miserable baby! She felt they would both die of Ftar. vation, eud so aire thoaglit lie would give bcr child one liiitee of lifts. Dot it was too fa> gone for sustenance to restore it. It died, and tben theic was «<u i jquesi and u solemn Inves tigation, aud tbo poor, follow. (Wsnlcen gh| was bronght tip and charged with her offspring. Tlie ju»y found 'but it luid tiled of insufficient food. What etse iudocd e>uld it bnve died from tinder the oiicumatancee ? And so sheescaped belug convicted of Uiecrimeof minder. Cut ahe was Mtb*cq*ietiliy charged with having abandoned her infant, and for th.;t Die law pre-crib-s penalties. Hut wli.it penalty does the law ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Married by Acciders. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

by Accitl -i::. An Eagiieli divine, wh h.:s «j»ce risen to eminence, owed his marriage. and a long And Iiappv do fioallo lite, to a mere accldcu'. lie had contracted nn affection for & la .y of the neighbourhood in which ho first preached, bi*t through dread of a refusal. could not brin; himself to the point to a direct proposal Tiic more he thought of it, the more he became dismayed at the prospect. He was not of thut khd of 8)4ti who can quickly interpret .< woman's feelings from her look> and manner, but was overcome with fear (hat she could never love him. He had almost resolved to abandon '.he fiel- to a bolde>-,if not a better man, when he suddenly took a de«pei&tc re»o. lution to know the worst. lie careful'y pre paired and sealed two letter*, cach addressed r»> 1 he I.'dy ; in one of which he made a». cni nc^t proposal of marriage, uud In the otlier merely requcRtci'1. the ioanof a n.u»k. Shaking them together in h « hat, lie called his se...

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

\ itOiuiiiilM' Mory. A curious incident is recounted by tbj Lnm» bard lVeB8. Tbe wife of a gentleman living in Brescia was brought to bed of a male child whieh in aeoortLme with the practice uo happily too prevalent in many parts of Itjfly, was iinmeiTattjly cfter its birib entrusted to the care of a hired nurse in a village at Fome distance from tbe city. About three months afterwards tbe father took a trip into the country, *' tn b«e bow bis boy was getting on.*' .4 boy T* cried tbe pea«atit woman ia anvizc meat, to bis inquiries, ** What boy ? it was a girl, sir, ii' you remember, and here t.he i*, bless ber little heart." '* What bare you done whhmyboy? Answer me, or I will throttle you." Jicdaccd to this strait, the woman wa fain to confehRthat, wrlitbo view of earning a double foe, she bad deposited ibe babe in bo tuioinj-ooi at the l'oandtlng Hospital. nnd presented herself at that institution on the foi Jowius day. iu the hope of getting Iter little char;s ' as!; again. Grea...

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The Marquis of Hasting's as a [?] Defauiter. (Daily Telegraph). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

Tlie Marquis or Hasflngs n 'ft ui'i' llefttiilU'r. {Doily Telegraph). 1 The tteriodical excitement awakened by eacli recurrence of the great anniversary race at Epsom derives special infenirfty thin year from the peculiar and painful position occu pied by tho Marq.tis or Hastings. That the owner of tlio firHtfaverite fur tiio Derby-him Rolf iv member of the Jocltey Oh'b-hhould at the rnme moment be "the greatest defaulter ou the tuif," is aa anomaly withoui precedeat in (he long and eventful anna's of thnt na. tional Institution. Ou many previous occa sion* we have endeavored to sound an alarm on the subject o? the progrcuBive deterioration tn the at !m'»a of the thoroughbred, and in the morotr of tlw-e who ficqoent our racecourses* It \h a matter of uotorlety that upon tiio Derby of 1807 Loid Hastings lost by far the heaviest sum Chat was ever lost ou a ra c. I' Keeuis bat the other day that the air Was vocal with tbo enthusiastic cheers that greeted his appearance 011 thecourso at...

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ROCKHAMPTON. July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

ltOCKUAMPTON. Jnh 27. A new tu<li loi.lt jil;iC8 to-tli»y lu tljc I'l/iir mil»* Um1!*'*', lu-iir Muiini-1). Tlj« I'i'MHMr Qumz Cnisliing Cmnpat y lnvu rt-ii iCfi! 11 eir ch-irucfi to £1 per Km f.n \.\tav qn.niliUfK . f quart7.. Tl»o the * crow nf llio IViU rii'iiri brts been K'|>.iircil vviiLi"Ut II*UCIj difficulty.

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Fortunes Made by Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

lrortuuen Made by Advertising. Few our rc.idtirtr, we believe, ctn bo un» acquainted with the name of Ifolloway, the grcaU'tl ol h!| advertisers. ft is not our pur I pose ro niak« any uiiiisiniis to the piopcitics of his medicines, hut rather to show liow much can ho done Ly energy, industry, and a judicious course of puMiViy. We are (old th.it »h«»n he co'iunemred the saiu of medi* ciuug borne thirty vr.-irs «^o, it was on the Kfn.'iJJest possible scale. imUu^Uiii pills nml ointment (villi his own lismda-the latter in a sma!| mm put. We refer to this fact tint some may not look at the Professor as he now stand*, a rich and princi'Iy merchant, and who might say to themselves, "Ah I but w ha Could think «.f doing at he has done?" We replythattliouaaiidsmight do almost as much in various ways keeping ia view Lord Cliesturfleld'* advice, that " Littic baiquea should keep near shore, while larger ones may venture far"-lot your beginning be onastuuil and progressive scale, taking hut &am...

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SYDNEY. July 27 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

SYDNEY. July 27 The market fur breadstuff.-. has liem I'm lln'r depressed liy the arrival of another cur^n Irniii Ciilif.n iiiii. A liir^c nunib.il'nf diggers li ft fur Oynipie til-day. ti in intended to erect a public monument <u L»r. bland. The Maori rehelti have resinned liostihiies, Biirpiisi'il a lednK.lil ne.ir Pi.eil, killed 20 u!' the <:»rii.si>u and Capt.iin ]Io*s. There liHB been ncol l«;r tr"«! lirp al Duiie .iiir, twcnly liuilJiriRB bein« destroyed. Wellington p:ipers n-)>"rl (tint a French whaler It.ib conveyed 150 Maori prisoners I'ruiii Cloitham Islands lo 1'overly. Mr. Duncan, Collector ol Oistoms, has Commercial alT.iir< gcneially arc q-iic(. Snips of Cilifunn.ui fliur ham taen m.iJe at £15 j«cr tun. The Clarence ami Richmond Sto-irn N.ivi (?slion Company have declared a divi leud »l ten per mil. At a meetiiii; of the General Assurance Company it was determined ihcie should be no dividend. The Government have called upon Mr Dun...

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Type-Making by Machinery. (From the Scolsman) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

Tj(ie-!Mablng by Slackiucrjr. (From tht Scofiman ) One of (lie inoht im|tmt;mt purposes to | which lead id applied is <lie niaituf.icturc «f printing types, in which way it uag used up ward* nf four ccnturies ago The extraordin ary demand for books which li.ia bprnn; up within reccnt times hsa tfiven an impetus to ' the trade nf the typefounder as ivell an t<) lliat of the publisher ; and he hau been encouraged to implore hit productions 'until a degree <>f excellence has been attained which leaves little to be desired. The beauty of the litters ROtr manufactured far surpasses that of the best made.in any previous period in the his tory of typefounding, while thiir vaiiely is being daily increased. In 177b, most of the types |q Scotland were made in (Jlasgow, and .here was then only one typefounder in Edin burgh, The trade afterwards oa'Ue almost en tirely to Edinburgh, and a few years ago there were several typefounders in tbe city. In Scotland, ...

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MELBOURNE. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

MELBOURNE. July 28. Mr. M CnJlocJ) flbkinu lor a loan t»f twd inilii-HiH lor t!»o coiibiruciiun of (he rnilway to the O.vcns. IIis KxccUi'ticy the Esirl of tUlw^rc will return l>y ti»« imiit trifiin.cr: mc.tnwhiU» In* will he ll»«< yii^st of U\i JC«;celleii<y Sir John Mnniictx S-ilUon. July 29 Tin? rnnh to the Quci;nhUinl yoWluM* lins ri'UHcdi Strong clF'Tls are bfinir n»n<le lo proven! tins roeicciioii of (lie M'C«ill<»ch Miuihtry.

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. SYDNEY, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

AUHIV.Mi 01- TIJK PANAMA MAIL. SYDNEY, July 28. The principal items of news (or the month of June, brought by the Pana ma and Now Zealand steamer Mata taura, have been anticipated by the Suez Mail. The late President of the United States, Mr. Buchanan, is dead. More Californiau breadstuflfs are coming forward. The wool sales are proceeding satis fat torily. Fine Queensland fleece wools are bringing higher prices. Tallow is quoted at £44 per ton. Leather and hides are both in steady demand, and prices are rising Latest quotations of Queensland de bentures are 105£ to 10G£. Via California we are in receipt of American news one fortnight later. Genera! Grant has been formally nominated for the Presidency, and Mr, Colfax for the Vice-Presidency. The Fenians are said to be preparing for another Canadian raid. A great revolution has taken place in Haytit The Uepublicans expect that Presi dent Johnson will be convicted on the second count ol the articles of impeach ment.

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

(Epitome of fktos. At ft lucent Mltiim at Floicnce of the Chum, bur of Deputies, Gouijt Cainhray Di^uy pre* aepted n lull for an extraordinary credit of 3.000<KW lire ta be employed In deatrnying locnsU in Sardinia. The Chamber admitted the urgency of dtncu^Bing the bill. By tlje death of Lord Hrotiglmm thep?n«ion of mi ex-Lord Chancellor (vie. *5000 per annum), which hi* I/oidship eiijutcd for many year*, descends to Lord Cheluiidbrd. as the lawt retiring Lord Chancellor. I^ord Chelin»ftrd vacated the woolaa *k on the coining ioto office of Mr. Diaraeli. TAG ITOME Minuter*.-The London cor reBpoudent of the Oxford Timre sava *' M«(>lstei8 have not the k*a*t intention <.f re signing, nor will they immediately appeal t<» the country. Her M«je«ty I undo-tand. Ins made a apecini request to Mr. Disraeli that lie M-ill not reaign during ilia present crici«, and heh«a pledged not to do *n. Iler Majesty has id difficulty oi ftcruple Alm tt the Oroni lion ...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

focal giilclltptc. JIKTEOttOLOGICAI, OBSERVATIONS, Babumlteh. Tii EimoMrTr.n. MVX. MIX Saturday .. 28f>S5 .... 57 0 .. 3wU Mnnclny .. 2.S755. .... 57 6 .. 4.T0 Tncsitav .. 2*745 .... COO .. 41 "0 VVtiiliicRilay .. 2SCM) .... Gl 0- .. 330 1'ljaimiay .. 28.55H .... COO .. 34 0 Ifriday .. 28 510 G2 0 .. 9SV HainfaU Hincc ia*t ishuc, nil. Captain Ileathcote has been ap pointed Postmaster of tl is town, in the room of Mr. W. II. Biotvn. A serious accident occurred to a miner named Savon, at the Lucky Valley, on Saturday last. It appears that he and his mate were working in their claim, end were engaged in driving a considerable distance under the ground, when about noon, the earth gate way and tell upon the unfortunate man, his mate only just getting out in time to escape injury- It was lound that a large quantity of earth had fallen upon Savon, and ho was lite, ally buried alive. Assistance was speedily obtained, and a'tcr a short time, during which the diggers worked hard to extrica...

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A new Antidote for Snake Bites. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

new Antidote for Snake UUets. A person, calling himself Albert Nichol son, allowed us (Vubbo Dispatch) a Hinall bottle of dark brown liqunl, which lie said was a sure unlidute for snake bites. Upon que him further, lie gave the foiluw. ing account of hoiv lie di*ci.ver< d itIn 1B58, while on the Big lliver, lio noticed name aborigines bulling A plant, which they nr.nied "Ooomlm," but which is known in botany as poiypothicuin (ilex masa (mule fern). The proceeding appcarinE strange to Nicholson, tie inquired their object in boil inn it, and Win) iufuriucd til at they waiitej to poison their spears with the extract. In urder to convince hiuiBelf as to the poison nun nature if llin plant, lie inoculated a dog ii'ilh Hume of the liquid, but il had no ill effect. He then imagined that tlie blacks had seen a snake lining it to cure ilttrlf alter having been bitten by ano her reptile. He, to test its powers, a« soon ax he Ctiuld, pit a brown anuke to bile another dog, and did no...

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CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. lhion'a rhADRci Full Mot*. h*9t Quartr IJ ftew Mown p.tii. 1*1 Quarter 861I1.10 58 n.m. 6-:S HUH Hi *.§. lit dav... K'44 Mil C''M »5I)I " ... C'-M 5*HC 22(id 8 2C 5 ?» ti«. [Fir*f Mail via Panama *y. ^ydn«\y, J SC ft 2Smw.'KIOIITH Sunday Aryicft Tiii^ITV. 8 H, CoitiiiiUiiK Miik-il fin- America, H'Jfc! 4 Til. PiiKt DuoU piint^d. H57 fihV, Puree Allied, I). of Krtinb born, !8U « TH. " Adme!!*" wn-ckrd. 1859 flP. 9 First l.and Srtli i.\, IMtthane. 8j8. Fir*tSalu A»wtraliiu> Tnlinooo, 18^2 SjSl/tt.jKlNTH Sunday *p<c« Tkinity 10,M* IVan DiemcnV Lond Pcm1.m1.J803 11.To. Council <d'N 8.W. procl, 1^24 12 W. JG. lJ-n Jvhmoii died. 1C37 f1S4D 13jTn. jlrfiiuidHidt M't SyU'v fi I't Fs*i»g«un, 14 F. .QiiocdhI. AcelimM. S <c. foiiti Ic'J. lb<V.2 1$ S. Hmith Ansirniiit foimdi'd. 18'*4 15 Svn8cm»av afikr TtusiTY UjM. jFr©d<*iicU the Grout died, 17H(> IS 'l'u 14. Uvortfe Coinhe died, aged 70. 1858 19 W. 20, liuilic's K...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the H. D. Gazette and Courier.) MARYBOROUGH. July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

I, A'IT. ST rELKGTMPIIJC NEWS. (AVu/n the H. D. Gazette mid Courier.} MARYBOROUGH. Julv 27. The Ou«L'Q hteamrr amve<l v^wiil ty, with ;I00 |ih^i The Ulailibi J Iclt wjih 130 iMSferji^tr*.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

fenimcr aiitr Cimcs. SATOTTDAY. ACOUST 1, 18C8. ON Tuesday next the people's repre sentatives will assemble in Parliament. The seeBion, wliich will then be inau gurated has every appearance of being one of the most important that the colony has yet seen. Among the many - gev? measures, which, will be brought forward, perhaps there is none that will attract mpre att ntion, and its late be looked forward to with deeper interest, than the M Provincial Councils Bill." {t will be remembered that this bill was introduced last session by two of \tfae nbrtliera members, nnd was post poned for-consideration till the follow ing session.. The bill in iis origin is purely northern, and if allowed to pass will undoubtedly revolutionize the whole constitution of the colony. It ia pro posed that the colony should be divided Into three districts, each to. have an elective board of its own, with limited powers of raising money by local rotes, for the purpose of carrying on public works, repairing ro...

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The New Reform Bill for Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

The Hew Itcform Bill fur Ireland. The Government have laid before (lie Hmue or Couinionti a statement sh'xving thoop<;ia tionnf tile proposed UcJorm DflJ i'if lreirtud. The 32 cou»tie« now returning G4 meinheis had in IB67 17C 0!W electors 11(11111 tl»o ren ter, of whom 1C1.5A2 weie occupier* intodat £12 or upwnids. and 'he ivnviiain^ 11.54! litul other qualifications heiii'^ m >Rt of them ficc holder*. The imputation of the iOiitiiys at the cunftii* <>t' 18t>l W.»8 50 )1 09!); Hiid the valuation, exclusive of property ex u>pt fiom a*gefl<*menft 1H.422 1*50. The piop<^eo division nf four couutie* will make the coiiuiy members G9; ifi-ist l>own»hir« returning one. inember aud West Oownehire two, Kstbt Tyioue nj>e, fiiwl West Tyrone tvvo; I£a*t C«»rk two. and West C«rU two; North Tippe* rttry one, and S »utb Tipperary tw<». The*e divUims id' counties wi.l have constituencies ranging {it number from about 2800 to ...

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Some of the Efferts of the Dead-Lock in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

?one of the Mlertt nf die Dead-Lock In Victoria. *Ch# rf llip world »ro jugl now turnPf! wiih wonder (ip<id Victoria,iiu"D<>«iI Luck," .ad tli« pi«'f unfiMut.sic Gui/frumcnt offi. dill who are walktiiz about without two Copperi in tlieir pnckrta. to jinale one fegMtiBt tho ntlier, The Miner rurninlir« us with the tallowing nmagitig insUnce of Die want of the '* anriferoue sugar":-'. In tlie Btodhtrol Oannty Court, I act week Judge Skinner complalped of tlie quality of the !nk Mate him, and the cleric nf (be otirt ezplained that the anpple* wtrn running short, and he hid been compelled to wxali out Mime «M botilea to cetthe ink ( alsi t hat In s «hoit lime the Mark inU tv»»]ii hi done.and red wiiuld liatre tu be Uxcd. Fur. thef, that at the prraent moment he hud In Ret paper fur tlie office lit' pacing for it out of hi» ovn pocket. All tliia >ro»» from sup. gltetiM tovbg barn received from head qi>-iri«»rs. on a<?c<HiuL of I ho dea...

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MINING NEWS. GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 1 August 1868

nniKfi ftuws. GYMl'in. The Queensland Units fives (lie lug exliacis from a private letter, rcKpiviinj the peculiar geological fmniatii.n »f ilie country abnut Gympie" Aplin, when up here, lolil I tie O'Ciinnell men they nre<) nol £o through (Iiut stuff (tlie greenaloiie); hut they persevered, and having got tlir.'UL'h it, have (lit into the elate again, and t<mk oui laat week 70 !>». weight of gold. The klmrcv are m»w £1000 apiece. UrtlUrat mi-n. who .re here in tcurcs,-and nice felUwa liny are too, quite different from any we Imve lia-l here yet-s»y they have seen the ri.-tn't-t ?lepusitB under this greeiiKtiuie. 'J'mc; Victo ria tie cunfeas tliey are lost here; I hey dun i know what to make of these rich uarn.w reefa. Tlieir tliemy is that the upheaving fioB not been fiu great aa in Victoria, and the reefa have nut flint out their g«ld to the «ame extent. Hence tliey would not he surprised to find the reefs richer as they so further ill, and widen,-which t...

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

ftOTICK. Oilr Account* for the Quarter ending $0th JURE ore now bring delivered, and we shaft feel grcnCy obliged by «n early liquidation, of the same. COW TO X 4r HUVIN.

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