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WINE GROWINU AND WINE DRINKING IN AUSTRALIA. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
WINE GROWINU AND WINE DRINKING IN AUSTRALIA, (From the Auitralian.) The Vignerons of Victoria are unaer great obligation to the Rev. Father Bleasdale for bis persistent efforts^ in popularising the products of their in dustry. One of hiB latest proofs of in terest taken in the matter is the printing (for private circulation only) of the paper read by the rev. gentleman before the Royal Society of Victoria on the 13th May last. One special object of the author was to dissipate the prevalent impression that colonial wine will not keep:-" Much used to be said about the perishable nature of all colonial wines. If you open a bottle you must drink it, or it will tarn sour directly. Now, when I proceeded to operate on this wine (red Camden), I was struck ! by the falseness of the cry about being easily destroyed, turning sour, &c., at least in the case of red. The method 11 took in experimenting on this cample j was to take a bottle in hot weather, open it, and take out two glassea...
TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
TOBACCO. T obaceo was not the name the plant was first made known by, but that of nicotiana, from the name of the Lord of Villemain, who presented Catherine do Medicis, with several plants, calling it, in compliment to her majeity, "Herbe Medicee." The name soon gave place to hit own, which 'is kept up in that of nicotine, the scientific designation of the oil extracted from the tobacco; finally, the name given by the Spaniards, and brought by them from America, superseded all others; and is now uBed all over the world, each nation, though varying the orthography, adhering to the same sound. It was to its medicinal qualities that its first popularity in our realm is due; all bowed to a decree of science, and tobacco began to be estimated as the sovereign cure for almost every complaint known. Doctors lectured old women gossipped, and Europe con sumed fabulous quantities of " herba eanta," most of which was cultivated in Franco and England. Poets of that date vie with each other in s...
EUROPEAN PLANTS AND ANIMALS IN NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
EUROPEAN PLANTS AND ANIMALS IN NEW ZEALAND "The native [Maori] saying is, . As the while man's rat has arivcn away the native rat, ns the European fly drives away our own, as the clover bilf our ffirn, so will ibc Maories dis- , Appear 'reform the white man himself.'" Thus quotes Dr. Hooker, the eminent naturalist of our Kew Gardens, in a re- j markable article in the new number ©f the " Popular Science Review" on *' The strugele for existence amongst plants." "The European house fly," says Dr. Hooker, " seems to drive out1 before it the native blue-bottle of New Zealand; so that settlers, knotting its j value, carry it in boxes and bottles to their inland station!." 80, too, in the j vegetable world, the vegetable emigra tion from Europe seems to drive before it the native products of the New Zealand soil. " The noisy train of English migration is not more surely doing its work than the stealthy tide o(' liiifjlish weeds, which are creeping over the waste, cultivated, and virgin so...
A PEEP AT THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
A j-i£KP AT Tlili WOOL TRADE, j A writer in the " Pastoral Times," wiio signs himself "The Old Fell monger," says: In asking you to give publicity 10 tlic following remarks in your " Pas loral Times," 1 do so with the intention of calling the attention o( U'nol-groHvre and all interested, directly or indirectly, in toe won! business in Australia. My attention has been called to certain facts which the late March sales have disclosed-viz., thai the supply at pre sent is greater than the demand, and that prices have a downward tendency, and that the May safes will have had an over supply than the trade required, and, as a consequence, a further decline will have been submitted lo. But our wool-growers have no immediate cause far alarm. I Jiare known Botany wools sold in Huddersfield by the staplers at 5£d. per lb. What was tha reason of such a low figure ? Why, the condition. It was like soma of vlie woo! on the Darling lliver ot the pre sent time, and should that wool be shipped in i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
^iutrlistnteitts. WHEREAS, by virtue of the powers contained in a curtain Rill of Sale, executed by Mr. Alfred Mallnlieu, late pro prietor of the EXAMINER AND TIMES Newspaper, the Morgageea liave taken pos session of «ll the plant, book debts, &c., con nected with the saiil Newspaper, All per 8008 indebted to the aaid Alfred Mallalieu with reference to the said Newspaper ire requested to pay the amount of their re spective debt* to MESSRS. COWTON & IRWIN, who ere authorised by the Mortgagee* to give proper receipts for the same. Br Order of the Mortgagees. R. G. FULLER, Solicitor. Jane 17th, 1667. PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION for Boarders at £1 per week, GBAFTON STREET, near ttie Criterion Hotel. Apply to 228 JAMES CORNISH. MB. T. ADDfc'NBROOKE, . ATTOBWT. tOUCirOR. PBODTOB. AKD CCNVEYANCER ALBION-STREET, WABW1CK. Will visit ALLOBA every Wednesdry. 210 £« REWAIID. LOST from Fbeestone CREEK a BAY MARE, branded JN ou near shoulder. Al:o a BAY UOliSE branded B9 on near shoulde...
LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
LONDON WOOL REPORT. MAY 24.-The second and largest, series of colonial wool sales of the year 1 commenced on May 16. with a mode rate attendance of home and foreign buyers. Yorkshire, however, being represented in rather more than the usual strength. They will end on July 6. The catalogue comprised the large number of 215,704 bales, including j 36,541 bales Sydney, 87,812 Port Philip, 9611 Van Dierm.n'e Land, 20,623 Adelaide, 2208 6nan River, 29,240 New Zealand, 27,769 Gape. The biddings showed but little spirit for several days, owing to the large quantity offered, and* an average re duction of Id. per lb. was established under the closing sales of March. On the 20th, however, about 25,000 bales were withdrawn for the August and September sales; and after that bid dings were made'with greater.spirit, and all descriptions sold to greater ad vantage. A better tone was decidedly established, attended by a partially increased competition on the part of foreign buyers, though it cannot ...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
3BistelIaufous. On May 16. In tho afternoon, a labouring man, named Jennings, committed snlcide by leaping from the galleiy flnri'iiindinfif (lie top or iIib northern tower o!" tlie Crystal Palace. Thin tower was much burnt at tlie recont fire at the Palace. Shortly after dinner-dine lie bide good-bye to bit fellow-workmen, who were engaged on a job not far from the base of the tower, saving lie was poing to monnt the tower. While on the gallery. he waved bis hat to hli fellow-workmen, and wai teen to spring over the rail* and lean down, a dis tance of tome 850 feet. An easterly wind caught the body, and it fall some 25 feet from tlie base of the tower, baring turned com pletely over At about half the way down in its descent. Medical aid was at once obtained, bat it vai of course unavailing. THE " 8iw«hb" or tbtb PURSUIT AFTER THE "SWEETS" OF Matbihohv.- We read in the Ksnihetlcr Guardian : - Our columns have recently contained several advertisements for a wiftt. and of some of thes...
Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
(famincr atili Cintes. T HUES DAY, July 25, 1867. ? ODE aLle contemporary, the "Guar dian," in a recent leading article, Bays: -" Money at home at 2£ per cent., with an almost unprecedented amount of bullion in the bank, is very much like oar inexhaustible territory, and no one with the courage to convert it into its legitimate uses. In the one case there is gold, in the other there is the wealth of nature, but in both there is the want of confidence in their employ ment. But it would be just as absurd to deny the existence of the specie in the vaults of the Bank of England as to assume from the present local apathy of our people the absence of (hose resources which are scattered in such profusion before us." There is that in the parallel above drawn with which most reflecting minds will agree. While the cry of bard times still reaches ns from every quar ter, it u worth while seriously to con aider what is, if not an originating, at least one of the most prominent of the perpetuatin...
THE DERBY DAY OF 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
~ THE DERBY DAY OF 1867. The Daily tftut, of May S3, contain) the following article on this cutting event It i( at lent twamy years sinoe our " lath tnJin gamei" *#w conducted under circ\m stances to unfavorable m attended the cele bration yesterday. Merer, perhaps, wan a Derby .» open-ilthongh one rash and iagA naoa* prophet, who had unfortunately selected the wrong bone, declared that fur twenty-tltrue yean it bad not been ao easy to predict the winner-oerer certainly liu there been one which excited s more general interest among the non-npnrting public. Seldom li&n there been 4M which promtiod to be mora largely attended or which offered greater attraction! to tlioie who rlsit Epsom for the aaha either of sport or of the frasb air which may be breathed upon . the Downi, or of the fine proapeot whMi may " be viewed from the hill-which can of course nerer be seen tn so much ad vantage a* in the company of aorae hundreds of thousands of one's fellow creatnres-Kir for any oth...
THE LATE AFFAIR AT THE MOUINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
THE LATE AFFAIR AT THE MOUINISH. We have with tome little trouble collected the particulars relative to the late collision which took place between the blacks on (he J 2th June, at the Moriniah. end the Mounted JPolice, and as.there were a variety of report! current about It, and at much ill-feeling con tinue! to exist. perliapi the following, we'be lieve truo statement. will serve to aitisfy the public mind. It appear* that a few days prior to the oolllainn. Sir. Aubin, an officer in charge of the Mounted Police, heard that the blacks had collected together in large nninbor*, and ?everal complaints' were madoto him by the digger* that many petty thefts were being committed, and that they wjre unable to have any reat at ninbt from the fighting, squab tiling and coriobboneea which were unceas ingly kept up On the evening of the lltli, a black man and bis gin called at the" Lumpy belonging £ . a Man of the name of Lifebnre, and naked hi* wife who was alone, her bus band b-iing at work...
(From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
(From the Britbant paptrt.) MARYBOROUGH. July ] 9.-On the second day's races the weather wag fine, and there waB a good attendance. The running was as follows: The Ladies' Purse. waB won by For rester ; Acteeon, second. The Maryborough Plate.-Nonsuch, I I; Blink Bonny, 2. I In the Hack Race, King was first. The Consolation Stakes was won by Gazelle; Zoe, sccond. The Forced Handicap.-Circassian was first; Nonsuch, second.
THE NEW SOUTH WALES COURT IN THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
THE NEW SOUTH WALES COURT IN THE PARIS EXHI BITION. KTbo Courier** C»rre»|ion4ent, "A Sydney an," thai speaks of the exhibit! from New Sonth Wales:-By (lie waf, letters have been received from Mr. Charles Moore, nf the Syd ney Botanic Oinlen, and Mr. Montefinre, resident Commissioner at Paris. reacting the progremi of the New ouuth Wales poitinu of the Exhibition. Both complain that they iiad been treated rather ecurvity by the British Commissioners: in conscquenoe of which they wrote to the Secretary for the Cnlnnio, and the result was a visit on the part of the Piince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh to the New South Wales Court. The Prince aeems to have been not very enthusiastic, hut the " Duke displayed more curiosity, e*pnp»ly mentioning at the cause that lie was about to visit New Squill Wales. A side-saddle that had been manufactured for the purpose bv Mr. I Brush, of Sydney, was presented to the Prince I for the Princess of Wribs, and it was " under-1 stood" that be accep...
ROCK HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
! ROCK HAMPTON. July 19.-Latest news from the gold field on Longmore Station are of a favorable character. There are from four to five hundred men on the ground at present. A quartz-crushing company, with a capital of £6000, to work Morinish Reefs, is being formed. The coming election is exciting con siderable interest. Messrs. Archer and Dick are the only candidates in the field at present, or likely to be.
THE PRINCE'S VISIT TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
THE PRINCE'S VISIT TO AUSTRALIA. The Courier'* Sydney Correspondent says;? -Sir John Y"nng has now received * despatch announcing the coming of the Duke of Edin burgh in the Qililei. He lies left Marseilles already, fresh from the Parie hall, where he danced with the Queen of the Belgian!, in tlghta a id the garter, with a freih rose In his button-hole, the flower preserving Its freehnem by means of an ingenious tailor's contrivance, which place* a amell phial, to hold water, in that part of the breast of the coat. If H.B.H. visits Brisbane, the ladies there will no doubt getti|itheir dancing forth* occasiont but I am afraid that Court etiquette will confine the yoong sailor to the choice of a few. He will be 28 years old next month. Ihe Galatea wh expected to go from Marseilles to Bio do' Janeiro, thence to the Cape of Good Hope, and afterwards to Western Australia. He will then proceetyn Adelaide and Melbourne, and afterwards come on to Sydney, where he fa expected to arrive about...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OV MUM. AltltlVAl H. Sfiu-)l>nd, every Tueadaj, et 1 p.m., and «tiry Botarda;, at 6 p.m. llri»bjn« »i.d Ipqwlcli, via Or rtnn, ly 'obb'* conches, rvprv Taridky, Tburada;, tod Salur day.atar.m. Lcjburn, via Xalgt.1 DigglBft, »»erf Wedupidty *nw1, departure*. Uary.and, «r»rr Holiday, at 8 a.m., and a»erj Tit»r«My. at 4 n.m. britliMc and Ip&urjcb, t'fa Drayton, eierj Muadai, ^cliieiday, aud Fridav, t> Cobl>'« coa^Uut, at . A.m. W^mult to L yburn, c»or> Tbu.aday, at 4 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
THE (fatimttr aito Cimcs IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every THVR8DAV HOBlHWe, *!? time for tbe Outgoing Walls. The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all cases io advance. Single copies, SIXPENCE. npAT.Tt OF OUABGES FOB ADVEB TieiMG a. A. Two lines 1 ® Four do 2 5 Sis do 2 C Eight da S 0 Ereijr additional sU lines or under Is. Dmooiiit On 18 oonseoutire insertions SO per cent. 28 .> « 38 ii All Advertisements most specify on their foe ti>e number of times they are to be in serted; If aentin without tills specification, ?nob advertisements wtU be Inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must he sent in not later than 6 jmb. on Thuradavs. Orders for withdrawal or alteration most bo "stoSniBbserUiers1 advertisements must be Mid for previous to insertion. ' Idarriage*, Births, and Deaths, is.. per luerHwu AGENTS IN BRISBANE: Mr. G. D. Hammoh, Stationer It News Agent, School of Arts Buildings. Mr. J. Warn, Soatb Brisbane. Depart...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
COMMERCIAL. The " Journal of Commerce" of the 20th instant, says: - " Agricultural matters are still encouraging, notwith standing past adverse circumstances. The cotton crop far exceeded anticipa tions, considering the very unfavour able weather which prevailed during picking. The shipments have amounted o 480 bales, and in all directions the armers are preparing to cultivate it jSagar is also progre. sing, some large parcels have oeen brought into the market. Importations since our last have been active: two vessels each bringing general cargoes have arrived from Europe, in addition to several in ter-colonial traders. Business on the whole has been fair daring the month. The 4th passed off well: we have heard of no paper being returned from the banks."
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
KMtlCli TO THIS PI1UUC. Tkt subscribers to this Journal, and the public gtntrally, are respectfully in formti that the Examiner and Times will in future be condnctid by the under signet, whi hnvt purchased the plant of the newpaper. Thl Proprietor*, in making thii on nouvcemrnt, ley to state that they a&lt;e practical printer* o f considerable expert met; and they will strictly exclude any remarks, no mutter upon *ohat subject, nf . pergonal character. They believe that the aim of a newspaper ought to be to attack principle* not persons, and watch tlostly the local interest' of the district in which it circulates. Such a course will bt pursutd by us, and under careful management we hnpe to obtain a large circulation, and tie confidence of the public generally. We beg to itate that we are prepared to execute Job Printing of all descriptions, ani it will be cur study to use every cart in this particuler branch of the business, ani tzecute all orders with despatch. RICHARD A. C...
English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 25 July 1867
(Kngltsj) $ Jfortign Since Mr Jefferson Davis has been confined at Fortress Monroe, sumsamounting to£25,000 have been received for liii benefit in letters. The money baa been carefully kept aa hta pro. perty. It ia aaid tint Mr. Gladatone plainly told certaiu bishops who applied to bio for advice, that he would strenuously oppose any attempts to cnrtail the liberty of tbe Anglican Chorch with regard to external religion) obierrancea. A Limerick Journal states, on the authority of a Roman correspondent, that the compli ment paid by the present Lord Mayor of Dublin, who la a Protestant, to Cardinal Culleo, in inviting him to tils mayoral banquet, baa been taken notice of by the Pope at a recent audience of distinguished Irish visitors. The Pope felt it to be a compliment paid to the head of the Ohoroh in Ireland, and to him self. The workmen in the Russian gun-factories are employed day and night in converting muule-iosders into brerch-loadera. During the roccnt hot weather numbers of...