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Australia Eighty Year Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

Amlralia Elfbt; Yean Ago. In in old number of the Uhivcr$at ilaga rine,ipubliihed ia 1790, we Cad aomo informs tlan which is rather curious when the crucial test of time is applied to It. A letter from John White, Ksq" anrgeon-genera1«to the new settlement of 2?»w Sooth Wales, gives a vsiy doleful aceftunt of the embryo oolonjr. It appears that hie Majesty's ship Sirius, laden with provisions, had been lost, and Mr. White, dating from 8ydney Core, Port Jackson, laments the poaition of the tattlers, and bat a fling at Captain Cook. He saysOur provi sion store contained on)/ foot monthj' floor, and three of pork, at half allowance which has been for soma time put, every other species of provision being long aluoe ex panded. Wo therefore determined on the necessity of reducing our half allowance of those two ai tides to each a proportion a* will enable as to drtg oat * miserable existence, fer seven months. Should we have no arri-! vals in thst time, the game will be pnt op with ns, fo...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

focal littclligcnct. ^As will be seen from advertisement the ladies in charge of the Presbyte rian Bazaar, to be held nest Christmas, have now completed their arrangements in regard to stalls. We are clad to learn that all lottery or prize drawing is strictly lo be kept out, a wise pro ceeding. We do hope that the people will encourage this undertaking both on account ol' the object and the man ner in which it is proposed to conduct it. The resignation of W. G'arr Boyd, Esq., as a magistrate of the territory has been accepted by the Acting Governor. Amongst the papere laid on the table of the Legislative Council by the Postmaster General on Thursday last was a " Report on the Talgai aud Canal Creek gold field for 1807, by Mr. Commissioner Sinclair," which, along with other papers, was ordered to be printed. ^Her Majesty the Queen has pre sented to the Parliamentary Library of Queensland copies of the books entitled .' Let.ves from the Journal of our Lite in the Highlands," and " Ear...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Rules and Regulations of the Warwick Cemetery. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 9th July, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

Rules and Regulations of (be Warwick Cemetery. Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, 9th Julv, 1SG8. The following Rules and Regulations, made by the Trustees of the Warwick Cemetery, pursuant to the 7ib auction of the Cemetery Act of 18G->. having beeu approved mid con* firmed by His Exoilcuoy the Acting Governor in Council, are hereby published iu the government Gazette, By Uia Excellency'* Command, A. n. PALMER. 1. The fees and charges set forth in schedule A uliall be paid at the tituo ibe order is given fur the preparation of a grjve, or when the permission of the trustees is obtained for the erection of any vault, monument, or tomb stone, within the eoid cemetery. 2. The trustees shall allot the size and posi tioo of all graves or Vaults to be sunk in the cemetery. No catacombs will be allowed, 3. No grave shall be dug at a depth of less than six feet for an adult, and four feet 6ix inches for children under twelve years of age. Ail graves Khali he dug hy the Sexton, only ...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

(Colonial gttms, t>D op A BUSHMAN'S " SPBKK."-The narrative of a liupliinan's "spree," which I'i'ik pl«C"» the other dny, brinmns with it a Tittti termination, in noticeable for tiie iltUB. iration il affords of the way in which tou many of our agricultural laboring popula t inii i-peitd I heir mourv ami their h»lid.iyK. On tiie Hftcm11.m of Hominy last three laborers, i.nmed Thomas Messiler, Pat lick ! Lnilge, anil Juhn l'erry, met at the U| per Plenty Hotel, kept by a man namei! 1'nttun, at Gli-nvale, ami set iu for a drinking-bout. They were drinking brandy all the after, noon, and hail drank live or six bot leu belweeu them-a feat which will be best undcrftood by those who are acquainted with the character of the liquor usually re tailed at bush public-houses. At about six o'clock Mcssiicr-who, being fifty-eight years of Bge, wan periiap9 more speedily " knocked over" than his yonnger compau IOIIB-lay down to sleep on the floor of the kitchen, The other two drank another bott...

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SCHEDULE B. From of certificate of right of burial in the Warwick Cemetry. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

SCHEDULl B. Form of certificate of rig\t of turial in 11« Warwick CtmtUry. On the upplictfon of and spoil payment of the turn of which I* hereby acknowledged to have bean received, the trustees of the Warwick Oemetery in the terms of, and as authorised by the Act of Par liament 29 Victoria, No. 16, have agreed p> grant onto tbe said permission to dig or make a grave or vault on that plepe of ground feet Inng by feet broad, lying within the portion of tbe Mid cemetery described at and marked Mo. compartment on the map or plan of the esid cemetery, kept by the aatd trustees, with permission to erect or pUee on the aatd * piece of ground a monument or tombstone, on payment of such charges as may from time to time be established, And it is hereby declared, that tbe said ahall he entitled to have, maintain, and keep op, eueh vault, monument, or tombstone, acoording to tbe terms of this permission, to and for the tola and separate nse of the said , . and his (or their) heirs and near r...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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SCHEDULE A. CHARGES. Public Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

ScueDDLK A* CBABGBS. Public Grave». A tingle grave in open groond ., 10 0 A tingle grave in open ground, for children under five years ,, 0 10 0 A Bingle grave in open ground, for a stillborn child ... ,, 0 7 6 A BinRle Brave in open ground, bnriala by Government and hospital contractor* (adults) ... ,, 0 10 0 A single grave inopon gronnd, bnriala by Government and tioipital contractors (children) .,050 Private Oravet, Lands for graves (unselected) eight feet by four feet .. ,, 10 0 Land for gravel (selected), eight feet by four feet 8 9 0 Land for graves (selected), eight feet by eight feet .. ..440 Land for graves (selected), eight feet by twelve feet " ,.640 Interment fee, including coat of sinking each grave six feet 0 10 ft lte-opening * grave or vault ,, 0 IS 0 For certificate of right of burial in all private graves ,. .. 0 6 0 For all interments which take place on Bunday (except the grave ia opened on the previous day), additional fee 0 7 6 For all interments not taking pta...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

^irucrtiscnmtts. To Sqiaattera, Hoteliers, Ac MR. P. AFFLECK liaa been Appointed flgcat for Sir O. Dresseti. tanner. And U prepared to PURCHASE HIDES in any quuntity at Market Priccs. 807 Warwick ttafldlng Society* TUB TWEVTiV-Kno\D Monthly Meet inff of SH AHKIIOLDJCRS will be held in (be TOWN IIALL,on Monday next. Kill inbt. JNO. winstone, S27 Secretary. Warwick Cemetery* APPLIOATIOKS for Clio office of Sexton will lie received by the undersigned until TUJCSDAY, J8tL Inst., At noon, At the Town Hall. Htilary £05 per annum. For further parti culura apply to sons h. noss, 808 Ilnn. Sec. to Trustees. Wesleyan Chapel* Warwick. TO MORROW, Au^st i?th, TWO ess. MONS will (D.V.) lie preached in (he Wesleyan Chapel, Warwick, by the Rev. J. U. AOGKBS, itf Tuowonaibfi. Services to commence at 11 a.m« and 7 p.m. ATu Collection, 824 M>SX BKTWREN Warwick mid Rosenthal Head Station, *>n the night of Monday or Tuesday last, a BRASS CAP for a Carriage Wheel. Any {lemon fining the same, and ta...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Obituary Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

Obituary IVotfres, By this mail intelligence has been received of the deaths of Sir John Lyddell and Sir James Brooke. The following notices of these distinguished men may not be without interest to our readers. SIR JOHN LIDDELL, M.D., F.R.S., G.B.i &c- This gentleman was a native of the west of Scotland, and received his education at the Edinburgh Univer sity. He entered the Navy as assist ant surgeon in 1812, and very soon rose to the full rauk of surgeon; he served in America under Sir Thomas Hardy, and was subsequently in the blockading fleet of 1815. Appointed surgeon of H.M.8. Asia, bearing the flag of Admiral Codrineton, he was present at the battle of Nayarino, and thereafter, in Malta, took charge of the rick and wounded placed on shore from the Russian and English fleets. It was in Malta that Dr. Liddell showed his great skill as an administrator by the general management of the naval hospital, and by planning a new hos pital which has long been a model for all sim...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 15 August 1868

BIRTH, On the 12th of August at Warwick, the wife of William Carter Balls, Esq., of a daughler (still born).

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A Fog in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

A Vog 1» Melbourne. There wa* Buck a fog last Saturdny night tliat you could not help thinking of London It was outi of the fjga about wtiicU feebly. witty people make email joke*, and say they could cut slices of it for preservation in museums, It was full of suggestivenes*, and though excessively cold, and moist, and searching, it was pre eminently KnglUtu You could easily lose your way in fhe streets, You came upon people unexpectedly, Y«mi took pultcemeu for Umpfv»*tfl, and Ump»po*ts for p'tliceiiien. The lights winked in a tipay fashion, and the shop windows were all appa rently glared wlib ground gUits. There were many collisions, but nobody resented thorn. It was such good fun to be suddenly confronted with somebody that seemed to start out of the ground like a steaming Apparition. The car* diiveis drove gingerly, not perhaps out of a regard for other people's safety, but I because there was at least a/posribility <if I knocking their own property to pieces. The | ...

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Chinese Doctors and Chinese Treatment. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

Chinese Vai'ton and Chinese Treatment. Dr. WIHsy, who bits been a nrnnbtr of years in China, delivered a lecture to the mdmWrs of the Academy «»l Medicine in Cincinnati, recently At the Ohio Medical Calleg-, on the state of medicine in China. He spent ino«t of in's time in the city of Fotichow, con taining about 900,000 of a population within its wall*, lie established nn ln>*pilat there, treating every one free, and caine in contact with the Chinese physicians. The physician and prient treat the patient at the same time. The principal treatment consists in chirms, both for curing and preventing the disease, althnngh they have many good remedies nnd theories in regard to the proper treatment. The pbycioiau cures the disuaso with his remedies, tl«e priest hy firing off crock ^ra, beating instruments. m thing the patient jump out of bed and t un about (he room. dec.. In'lpa to cure biin by driving away evil spirits that Cause the diseaae. The tucdica! profession is more of a trade ...

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Manifestation of Mental Power During Dreams. (Medical Press and Circular.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

Manifestation of Mental Power ?luring llrcuuiM. {Medical Press and Circular.) One ttie most remarkable phenomena in connection with dreaming in the occasional maijifcatrttinn of ifitellcctual activity by per* sons h> this condition. Though this fact is d >uht<'d by hoiiiu psychologist*, uitd amongst oiber* by RoseiikrantE and liarnn von Ken Cbterslebcn. who asserts that "intellectual pmbleifs are solved in slo.jp. because intense thought is without image*." ThU assertion however, is directly opp.wed to msny well known cases, in which the full powers of the mind have been exercised by persons appar ently in a sleeping condition. 6lr Thomas Urown gnes so far as to believe that .. Sleup W the waking of the soul; (be ligation of sense, but the liberty of reason." Condillao states that while engaged in bis " Courrt do Ktude," he frequently developed and finished in bis dreams in a subject which j bad engaged bis attention when be retired to rest. Condorcet bad presented ...

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Aspirations to be Rich. From The New York Tribune. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

AtplnMloDi to be ILIch, I From The New York Tribune. A Youth writes us as follows-and his case Is like Hint of no many otherB that we treat it thus publicly,Buppreaeiair Lie name: " Dear Sir,-I am a floor bny. I would like to get rich. Nov what shall I do ? I would like to quit this section, t don't want to re main on »>}' father's farm. Please give nut the best advice you can, and oblige, Yours, G. Q. S" Antwtr.-Tlte aspiration to be rich-though by no means the highest that can impel a career-is, in our view, wholesome and land* ahlo. The youth who says," Let me.be ricb anyhow, and txifore at) other considerations," is very likely (o bring up insome state prison ; but be who consistently says, " Let me fir«t be just.honcst, moral, diligent, useful; then ricb," is on the right road. Every boy ought to aspire to be rich, provided be can be without unfaithfulness to social obligation or to tnoral principle. But bow shall he set about getting ricb ? We would concisely say: 1. Firmly...

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A Romantic Story. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

Rouiutilic hlorj. The following Vienna htmy of poisoning fceius moie like the concoction of a romance I maker than the nan-alive 'of a ieal event. Count tiustavus Ch'tiiufiliy, an oflioor in thu Austrian avn»y. mav>W an actress, Muihibta : UiujT: but after four yen* of wedded life they separated--appHruntJy from no serious fa-jit on her part, since her husband's fatlier immediately gavo lur ft home. Shortly after wird# the Count was wounded in battle, and was ii)*'it''d to conic h nne to he nursed; but be refused t > enter hU lather'* linu^e until hit) discard'-'l wire WAB turned out of dona. The poor lady left Tor Munich, and theic the lived in retirement. We now fiud a new character i» the utary-Julia dc E'ufrgenyi, a cuuoneaa. That title indicates one who, though still re maining in the w-»rM, profeaeea to dovoto lu*r Hclf to (elision and gnod works nndct the annction of the Church ; but in this c.i*e Julia became the Jemme dt fiat's on of t<>« Count Chorin^ky...

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SYDNEY. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

SYDNEY. AugB«t 17. i ? "UODDtVOD AUemi," when in Sydney, made . fcandeoniB donathn to the Catholic I . .Cathedral. Archbishop Potdfng hue eigni- I fied Hint ibe 'money will «ot be tetained.' . The funr men charged villi <iis silk rob. Iwy tt.Ciiiinlm'B were tried to-dny. Ingram «.» acqoitted} the other three men were < found gailly, end sentenced to Ibree yeare' Imprisonment eaeb. Litest Auckland papers report that the Maori difficulty le aieumiug s more tbreit eoluft srpeot. August 18. The eclipse wis quite visible Lere to-day; the day mui very bright notwithstanding. Angual 19. A hesvrj?a!e, accompanied by rain, pre. Willed to.day, rendering it Impossible fur the : atetmera to leave the port. Oeneral Chole la . pasBenger by the Lady Bowes, ?, Tlie Qua Company have declared a divi dend of 12) per ctiit.

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Just like his Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

9mt like (tic Lack. Is .. to'iotilng simplicity in tbe cir -MlsStatices Which on PrUay, resulted in a; '4miW »(<> with co»t> in tlw case of Mom v. Moss tall Btujhlban In tbe Court of Divorce Mr« itou were tnanied in 1891, tlrei happily together at Brampton until ^ But An the lSth of October in that 'Tea* Mrvtiou fakd occasion to visit M&nclmt -;t<4 jMid lilajwife affectionately aoonmpanled fciin to-Euatonsquiire station to see him off. Juttas tbe train started Mr. Moss wan ««h jected to agony at Mi* Most contemplating with note earneUnem than was agreeable to Urn, a soldier-like looking gentlemiB on the platform with *h»m he was unacquainted When Btr. Moss retained from Manchester JIn. Hom hi her turn proposed to pay a visit io jKBouein who resided near Sudbury in Suf. folk, aod Mr. Moib affectionately accompanied l>*r to the Sboredltch station to see her off. j when ti* w** again disturbed by the same { .Midler-like looking gentlemen attemptin...

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MELBOURNE. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

MELBOURNE. Aunniit 18 The Sallarat banquet to the Ministry was . great euccepa. Captain Cadell, for Brisbane, put into fort Albert yenlerday. August 19. Mr M Cullocli'e 6n«ncinl statement waa Well received. He slates ihe deficit to be under £70,000.

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Forest Trees. [COMMUNICATED.] SILVER FIR—Pinus Press. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

Forni Trees. [COMMUNICATED.] . SILVliR mi-rinui IKct*. The siirer fir is a native of tlio Atpi end Germsny, and U ascertained to have been cultivated in England in 1603. It Is of very ' npu growth while young, exceeding all tlie » pine tribe in tliis respect excepting tlio laroli, It attains a magnificent also, and is peculiarly 4oter««tlog ill an ornamental point of vUw. Thetimbernfthti tree Is in perfection when about forty or fifty years eld, and it is equally ^ as valuable fur most purposes as any otber ? tree of tiie fribe In regard to anil and situs Um, the «Uver Or is not so particular as has keen supposed, and is found to succeid on very " opposite toils, This flr can be safely iraus pUtiUd At a considerable siae and age; lint Car pr<i8uble planting the; are beet trans ^?'.jplanted W two years old, Evelyn mentions *.% l»o eflver Si* in Harefields Park. Middlesex. ' "Thatbring planted there, A, D. 1603, at tw<> years' groirih from the seed, are now (1...

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ADELAIDE. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

ADELAIDE. Augtiftl IS. Th» Gonrnment «t«keB its existence on (be|retult of the Notbera Territory resolu Uooi. August 19. A role of ce««ure on tlio Government, with respect to the Northern Territory, I»b beau negatived.

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Poetry. Service. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 August 1868

foivlce, 1 1* (hem Aught liv> Hi lor iUelf cl mc f" I flhled (VrifioiuMmtl tc!i Uu.u-aud t-'h^ucs lit^ioi,r!i l "Ko 1" luun uu^U «m llicir thumu Jl'a Liitltt that fillet! the finest with llu-ii' j * Is there aught live<h fur iUclf alone?" j The sunfluwer i»;>cd its lips, and breathed*' " Nrtt I. T«« aroms'fc ounces I J#«v-o atrown, ! A dally offering to my King on high." ** Ii Ihure might livuth f<>f itself alone ?" Tiie dewdrop's tiny oib, with twinkling beams, EvcUimcd, " Kot It In nestling r.ooks I'm And fl nwers refreshed enshrine tue iu their dreanta." " la Share aught Jivelb for itself nl mi- ?" The imguiooette msdu the same answer (went. The lilac-bliissnm, and tlie chestnut cone. And every thrub whoso heart with perfume beat. There 1« naught llveth Tor itself alone ! A million hearts throb in a dio|i of (lew, Perchance with j»ya and sorruwa of tbeir own; And aututun leave* beat worlds in every .taio. And can'at thnn play, O man I an idle pait l...

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