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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 May 1867

BIRTH. On the 10th inst., at Canning Downs, Warwick, Mrs. F. J. C. Wildash of a daughter.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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PARISIAN DISSECTING ROOMS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

PARISIAN DISSECTING BOO MS: The experience of medical students sufficently attests this fact, and I have witnessed many scenes which, although to me invested with horror, presented nothing but attraction to my companion of the knife and scalpel. To coine upon death in any shape is bad enough, but to find one's self suddenly in a large room surrounded by the dead, when one was only looking for and expecting to meet the (ace of a living friend, is by no means a pleasant surprise. Such was my fortune on one occasion in Paris, when, to keep an ap)>ointment with a student of the "Quartier Latin," I visited, one morning quite early, the Academy of Medicine. The holioiv court-yard of that famous institution has, on one side of it, a row of doors, each opening into small surgical or dissecting rooms, appropriatea to the students. The visiting-card of the occupant is generally tacked upon the door as a sign. On the morning in ?[uestion I went to my friend's room, a small room and horribly...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1867. Thb three (MoT topics of the hit Par Uaitteiitaiy week were the Finance Committee proportion: the Oumlrillen bar ecandal;''Writhe Civil Service ftjipwntmeoti and dismissals. Although the benefit to the community from the ttristiiig system of banking hu been andis, we think, far too mnch Under valued, And its defects exaggerated, yetwe confess our entire agreement wlththose persons who desire the prodipt' establishment of a national bank, pud who have seen in this some guarantee in the fa tare against many t>f the evils under which the colony has Jabottpd. And ire ha ve been the more prompted to tfab agreement by the ccMraeration, that whereas the real base of the operation* of these banks baa been the whole material property or possessions of the community or state, or an indivisible property, the system by which they rule themselves ptooeeds upon the contrary supposition. It is in the inevitable separation or actual antagonism evoked by such systems that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

Warwick, May 10. 1S67. SIR,-I hereby give vou notice that I am erecting a 'J'HUEE-RAIL FENCE on Allotments Nos H and 15 of Section 61, end according to the Act regulating fencing 25 Via. No. 12,1 hereby claiir from J"i'U half the value of the cotf of erecting auch fence adjoining your allotment No 16. I am. Sir, Your obedient ferrant, AUOS HALL. To W, H. Bronks, Esq., Brisbane. 139 CS REWABD. STOLEN or Strayed, from Hock inas' l'addock, on the 13ih April last, a ORKV COLT, branded JB conjoined near sliuulder, W off shoulder, horseshoe off rump. The aliove reward will be paid if stolen on conviction of the thief, or £! reward if strayed and delivered tn A. YOUNG, at DOCTOR BENHAB'S, Chinaman's Boarding Hotine, 132 Warwick. Departmental Notice. Department of Public LamK Brisbane, lG(h April, 1M7. REFERRING to the Notice issued from the Department of Lands and Works mi the 22nd January, 1866, whereby it was provided for the information of prmine selecting land by virtue of Non trans er...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TOHDAY, MTV 14. The Assembly was lo hare net at two oolock for the purpose at proceeding lo Government House to present the Address bnt tber^nt being a quorum present, the Hons® 4flK3}onrned. JLwtlDBESDiY, MiY 15. A long discussion took plaoe with refer ence to Mr. FITZ'8 statement in regard to a part of Cnmkillinbar ran. Mr Gregory, tbe Surveyor-General, and Mr. W. Hi!), tbe Selector of Agricultural Reserves, were examined at tbe bar.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

. pisctllautous. OFFICIAL ADVICB TO TROOPS GoEsa TO CHINA.-The "Moniteur de 1' Armee" published the following official advice to the French troops going to Oanton. The regulations are certainly amuBing, and no doubt useful:-1. Have warm clothing iu winter. 2. Never remain in damp or vet clothes unless you are at work on the march. 3: In summer wear light clothing of soft clothing of soft woo), or "arteca nivea" linen. Be careful to wash this clothing when it is soaked with perspiration. 4. Wear flannel both as a waiscoat an^j round the abdomen. Never leave it off. S. Never sleep on the bare ground." Put a plank under your feet when you stand still. 6. In summer put a little straw upon your plank, and cover it with a matting of ropeyarn or bamboo. 7* Never arink water, always tea, Clarify your water, when it is muddy, with rock alum. 9. Drink in moderation the spirits of the country, taking care to warm them first. The best spirits are those made from sorgho (kao-Iyang) or wheat. 10....

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WCDKtSDAT. In reply to the question by Hon. 0. Harris, pursuant to notice, m to the costs of the railway per mile from Ipswich to Too vrooinoa, etc., The Hon. Mr. GOBE replied, £17,000 per mile. Amongst the important motions discussed last night in the Legislative Conncil were that of Mr. Fits,-that the recent agricul tural area proclaimed is unsatisfactory, ag pressing unfairly on a few individuals, and great part of the ground oi»tiiteble for agri culture. Proposing proclamation of another and larger area as defined, and the amend inept of the clanse bo as to increase the number of acres to eaoh individual to 2,560 acres as the maximum.

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THE PRESS AND ITS PARASITES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

. THE PRESS AND ITS PARA . . SITES. The newspaper Press of this colony, * although it has nothing to fear from its enemies! has a good Seal to complain of in regard to counterfeit depended and spurious followers. As in the middle aces the regular armi?s were followed by a horde of vagabonds who filched from the living, plundered the dead, and brought discredit upon the name of soldier, so, in our own times, there is a number of persons hanging upon the skirts of journalism, putting forth impudent pretensions to be iden tified with an Honourable profession, and doing their best to subject it to the disgrace which would properly attach to it if these were its represen tative men. We must enter an em phatic protest, both in our own name and in that ol our professional brethren, against the practice, which is becoming increasingly prevalent, of men with no one qualification for the office of a journalist, and no valid claim to be identified wiih the calling, assuming l he designation, a...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

LATEST COLONia NEWS. IPSWICH. Hie river has risen three feet above high water mark. There is at present every prospect of fine weather. The race sate and booths sold to-day realised £280. The grand stand has not been sold yet. SYDNEY. The Government have extended to South Australian steamers the same privileges enjoyed by Victorian on our rivers. MELBOURNE. Hu Excellency Sir John Young, the Governor of New South Wales, was met by Sir John Manners Sutton at the border of the two colonies. Two men have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Mr. Burke. There is a strong case against them. GOLD MIMING.-Tbe Iile rains bare stimu lated the gold retotDl. From Burragong, N. B. W. a satisfactory report ia given, though no great improvement is recorded. Prospecting is active. At Kiandra some ex traordinary rich ground Is said to have been struck, estimated to pay an ounce per man per day. Gold has been found at Blakeney'a Creek, and a rush has taken place to Kings Plai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

gJtoertismmis. MiEW CMUEC1H. To Contractors and Others. | I TENDERS are invited (or the ERECTION of the MEW CHURCH M above. The Pinna and Specification! may be seen, and Forma of Tender obtained, on application . to J. M'KEACHIE, Esq., Ellintborp Mills. The Tender* to be forwarded post free, aealed, and endoraed " Tender for Cliuroh at Warwick," addressed to G. CLARK, Warwick, oa or before the 20th day of June, proximo, i Tbe loweBt or anyTender not neoessarily accepted. 148 WESLEMN CHURCH. A TEA MEETING will be held in the Wesleyan Ohuroh, Freeitone Creek, on the QUEEN'S BIBTHDAY, (FRIDAY, May Si, 1867. Tea on the table at Half-past POUR p.m. After the Tea a PUBLIC MEETING will take place, when addresses will be delivered by various Ministers and other gentlemen. Board and Residence. GENTLEMEN desirous of comfort able BOABD and RESIDENCE can meet with the same by applying to JAMES CO' NISH. 90 Grafton-ateet. TO BENT. A PADDOCK of Bis Acres, aecurely fenoed In, adjoining tbe Pound. ...

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Local Intelligence. CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

focal Intelligence. CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY. We hear, per telegram, that Mr. Douglas, the hitherto Colonial Treasurer has accepted the office of Secretary of Works, and Mr. Stephens has been ap pointed to the vacant Treaaurership. After some debate the seat of Mr. Douglas was declared vacant. In reference to the above, we learn tnat dir. Douglas's re-election will be contested, and that he will be opposed by a local man. In view of tbe shortly txpected election here, it is necessary to point out {bat only those electors are qualified to rote-up to th': 10th proximo-whose names were on the electoral roll of last year. i Since our last issue no cases have been 1 before tbe Police Magistrate. Thin speaks well for Warwick. We are glad to inform our readers that, 1 in answer to the interrogation of the Cor- ' poration in regard to the snm of £100 voted in tbe estimates some time since towards i the fencing in of the town reserve, the government have forwarded the amouot. We are pleased to...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

Colonial items, The BsisBihB BUT A SIC Q»BDBNS.-The report of Mr. Walter Hill the Director of the Brisbane Botanical Gardens will doubtless be of interest to many of our reader*. Tbe gardens have uever presented a more beau tiful aud healthy appearance than tbey have duiie for the past three months. In the experimental beds the tea plant is parlicu- ! larly alluded to. To test climatic effects oil tbe plant in different situations, it is growth in beds with easterly and wee- j terly aspect!. While tbe attempts to rear it in Victoria, and South Australia, have j signally failed,success has been as sigual here. ' The opinion is oofidently expressed that not even the most favoured localities of the coantry in which they are indigenous could the specimen be surpassed for size and healtbyness. (Tbe quality however we must think, and the ultimate proof of suit ability So. must be shown by the article when manufactured). Tbe plants of allspice i chocolate, croton oil &c. are spoken...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

ARRIVAL AXD DEPABTUBE OF HAIL*. ARRIVALS. rroa Maryland, cttty Vaeaday, at 1 p.ra.» *od atery Saturday, at 6 pjn. M Brisbane and IpAWlch, via Drartoo, br Comb's ©oaebea, m»j Tmdi;, Thuraflay, ana Satur day*, at 8 p,rn. u Leybum, via Taiga! Diggings, n»ry Wedneiday at noon. DBPARTUHES. Aw Maryland, «mr Hand*?, at 8 a.m., and erery Tbtmdtj, at 4 p.ITS, .' Brisbane and Ipiwieb, via Drayton, every llondiy, TTnrini i^iJ. aod Friday, by CobL'a coachca, at . i.v, u Warwick to Itfybarn, aver) Thui aday, at 4 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

THE diamhtcr attir Ciracs IB PUBLISHED QT WARWICK Every THURSDAY HOB MING, fa time Tmr the Outgoing Halls. The amount of Subscription l» FIVE SHILlISOg par quarter, in d) oaset in advance. Single cofiin, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING I' ll. 4. Two lines 1 0 Kour do 8 0 SI* do. g t Elghidj 8 0 Eveijr additional six lines or under l«. DiaootrsT On IS oonsocutive ioMrtiom 80 per ocat 26 " 83 " All Advertisement* matt specify on their bet the number of limes they arc to be in serted; If Hunt io without tlil« apecifioation. .nth advertisements will be Inserted onttl countermanded, and chaiged for accordingly. All Adwtbementt (quit be tent in not later than t pjn. on Thnitdara. ' Order* for withdrawal or alteration matt be written. Kon^ubsoriber*' aftvertittlnentt nut lit paid for fnrieu to lottrtion. Marriagel, Births, and Deaths, la. per lutrtloa. AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. O, D. Hauttos, Stationer * New* Agent. School of Arts Buildings. Mr^Vaw. South Brisbane. Department of ...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

L&TEHT CQXlinttU. 1 IPSWICH.-Another week of con tipnou* wet hu increased the dulness .olong pwr&g, and buuness ot all fcmdi u at n standstill. The projpeots «f the ootton crop are daily becoming more gloomy, and unleu fine weather feets in aoon the tenth will be a com jtarative More. Growers are be 10fid®)g very disheartened, eepecially M there b no sign of a change, tor, in the majority of case*, their great hope iMia it good yield of cotton. Many advance* hare been made by .tore keepers andother*,and ahonld the crop -torn oat a poor one, the struggling Aimer will fee thrown back, andspe culatar* will lo«e money. A month of fine weather wonid, however, redeem Jo a certain extent the damage sus tained by Ion,of lime, and the crap ' would still be a fair one, though far abort of what it might have been had the fine weather continued. Prepara tion* ate, however, being made in gfaifoos^lirections&for planting new field*, and, if all pHties cany out their wpi ew...

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GARDENING. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

S4HDKMINO. HAY. GARDEN.-8ow cabbages. turnip", cariota, peas, onions, partley, andculin&ry herbs-euch fti aage, lnarjonnn, and thyme. Oratige, nnil all evergreen fruit trees and ornamental shrubs may be planted during tbi< and the two follow ing moi.tha, hut, when convenient, give this month the prererence. A situation shultered from westerly wind* should be selected for aialwu and oaroelias. which flower during June, July, August, and September, an shelter very much prolongs the enjoyment of the of the flowers. FIELD.-Sow lucerne- if this seed were sown In drills, *o M to permit of being hoed ns tumert do their wheat in England, St »ould give the young plants n good start, and would Enoch promote (lie subsequent vigour and per fbrmance of tlie crop; if drilled, Ave pound less deed may be given to the acre. As spring laalie, from the general dryness of tfae ee&aon' frequently yeilds but a poor return, it is better 1o «ow a small breadth of this crop, and i...

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ANNUAL REPORT ON THE TALGAI REEFS AND CANAL CREEK ALLUVIAL GOLD FIELDS. The Gold Commissioner, Talgai and Canal Creek Gold Fields, to the Secretary for Public Lands. Levburn, 26th March, 1867 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

ANNUAL REPORT ON THE TALGAI REEFS AND CANAL CREEK ALLUVIAL GOLD FIELDS. The (fold Oommiitioner, Talgai and Canal Creek Gold Fieldt, to the Secretary for Public Lands. Lev burn, 86th March. 1867' Sir,-Sfnoe last I had the honor to report on the progress of the Talgai Beefs and Canal Greek Alluvial Gold Fields, I am sorry lo say not much advancement has been made. At that time I anticipated a large increase in population, and a corresponding in crease in returns of gold. That this has not been the case, I attribute entirely to adventitious causes, and not from any doubt as to the yield of gold, either at the reefs, from quartz, or at Canal Creak, from alluvial sinking. 1. TALGAI BEEFS. Although there has not been the amount of success attending these reefs which I anticipated in my last report, there still hu been more actual work done in the time than last year, as will be seen by the return annexed. A new reef has been opened by Mr. Samuel Dodd, which promises to pay well at present...

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FRIDAY, MAY 17. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

FBIDAY, MAY IT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Mr. BELL promised to lay on the table aa soon aa possible all correspondence referring to the railways of the colony. Ministers stated that selectors on agricultu ral reserves had the power to aelect at once, and need not wait fir another proclamation. Presented petition from Hr. Bohot, asking for consideration for his services in sugar growing. Read a lint time: Immigration Regulation Bill, and Towo'a Polioe Amendment Bill. Motion t Hr. DOUGLAS: The appoint ment of a Finance Committee. The hon. member supported his motion at some length, referring to the present system of banking and registration or mortgages. After some dlsoussiou, In which Messrs. Lamb, Challiaor. and Pring, were contra, Mr Brookes pro, and Mr. Raff non obstante, apf pointirent wa* agreed to: to consist oa the Colonial Treasurer, Messrs. Fitcsimmons* Stephens, and Brookes. Motion: Mr. HEED; Provision on ttye esti mates for a mineralogical and geological aui vev of the oolony,...

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WARWICK DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, 20th MAY, 1867. (Before his Honor Judge SHEPPARD.) CRIMINAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

WARWICK DISTRICT COURT. MOK»AY, 20th MAV, 1867. (Before his Honor Judge SHEPPABD.) CBIMLVAL CAKES. 'I'hn Court opened for (.roceedings At 10 n'cl"ck. Mr. Gore Jones, the Grown Prosecutor, WEB the only member of the liar present. iVilili Ilonry, out on bail, committed by the Goondiwindi ltencb., !f)< - Crown Prosecutor informed his Honor that ho had filed no I till. Jo'm Frederick Beck, charged with stealin;/" revolver and sundry wearing aji^arul, the property of Henry Kries, oi Warwick. Prisoner pleaded guilty. ? The Crown Prosecutor said there was a second charge against the pri soner, for having on the 23rd March, at Talgai, stolon from the hut nl' John Bryan a bank deposit receipt for £00, and a silver watch Prisoner again pleaded guilty. His Honor sentenced the prisoner to twelve months hard laliour in Too woomba gaol, for each offence, the sentences to commence simultaneously. Henry Herbert, Edwin Brookes, James Davidson, and George Cooper, were charged with "Stealin...

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CUMKILLINBAR RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1867

CtJMKILLINBAR RESEEVE. Mr. File In bla remarks rsipectlng the Gamkillinbar Reserve said, it would appear tbst thU GumkiUinbar R«ser*e-wa» « <ntf chofoe piece of land, and was much eoreted by the inhabitants of Drib; t they therefore made sereral appllcattona to tbe then* Secretary for Lena*, Mr. Mtdtllster, tbst' It might he gtanted m an extension «f ike lUiby ReurTa, u 'it *u adjoining. Tbe Secretary for liands always promised bii attention io the natter ; bat «stbe ftation Cnmkllliubar «u nominally 0«roedJ>y the J (resent |8eeret*ry for Lands' brotheMn aw, the lata. Sir. Mofiatt, the land applied for by the Dalby people irn immediately gs retted at a pre«mp»i»e purchase, in tbe name of T. De. L. MoSatL What did the Secretary for Lande . then do I Why, in order to satisfy these Dalby people, he made the prinoipa! agitator, for this land a magis trate and then sent tbe teleofcir ofaigrioul. tural reserves of Dalby «Hh lulnitttoM to give them doable the quantity Aba aom...

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