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English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

dfttglrsj} $ JfwfigR TRAGEDY IN THE BELGIAN COAL MIKE. -The " Journal de liege" says that the men engaged in re-opening and re pairing the works of the coal mine of Bow Buveur at Jemeppe, after reaching a depth of nearly 160 metres, have, at the end of four months, come upon a gallery communicating with the lower ladders; there they discovered seven bodies of the unfortunate workmen who where there imprisoned while making their way to tlie surface. The bodies are completely mummified ; the shrivelled flesh adhering to the bones. This phe nomenon is attributed to the abundant exhalations of carbonic acid gas. The bodies lay on their backs, one after the other, the hands being crossed under the head. Tsvo were found locked in a close embrace. No satisfactory con clusion has as yet been arrived at as to the cause of the death of these men, whether from the inhalation of carbonic acid, or from want of food, being thus entombed. NARKOW ESCAPE OF A "SPIRAL ABCBNSIONIST."--Among the Whitsu...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) GLADSTONE. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

LATEST fELEGRAPHJC NEWS. (Prom lit llritlane paperi.) GLADSTONE August 30. The nomination for the electorate of Port Oartis took piece to-day. Mr. A. H. Palmar, and Mr. Hugh Neil, of Galloway Plains, were nominated. > On a (how of hands being taken, the numbers ware in favor of Mr. Neil. A poll waa demanded on behalf of Mr, Palmer. GAYNDAH. August 30, The election for tbe Burnett took place to-day. Messrs. Pring and Mackenzie were re turned without opposition.

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THE HEDGE PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

THE HEDGE PLANT. There can be no question that the enormous amount of capital which has to be met in the formation of post-aud rail fences is one of the chief causes why many have failed in farming pur suits. How many a poor man's all hu been laid out in fencing his ground which he has then been obliged to abandon lor want of that capital which is thus sunk! A plant which would be a quick grower, hardy, and impervious to cattle, would be a most important boon to this colony, worthy the attention alike of the squatter and farmer. It would seem that the " Du rante Plumerii" will meet the country ia this respect, and become to Queens- I Isad what the hawthorn or white thorn | is to England. Having bad our atten tion called to this plant by a paragraph ia a Sydney paper, we took the trouble to institute some inquiries on the sub ject. Seeing it stated that the " Dn "fanta" was ft native of this colony, we were the more interested in reference 4o it. We learn however from Mr. Hill, .ef t...

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ROCKHAMPTON. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

ROCKHAMPTON. Auguil SO. A MW roth to the Dee Rao get, four miles from the Crocodile, his jaat taken place. At the olber diggings ihfoga are quiet.

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

At Allora. from Goombiurn, liy order of C. H. Green Esq , on the 3t*t August 18C7: Black marc,ovrr JMJ (the JM conjoined) near shoulder; liny gelding, like EG near shoulder, star and snip, off hind and (ore coro net white; brown horse, like diamond near shoulder, blaze, hind coronet white, short tail: blue loan marc, ** over S conjoined over J near shoulder; bay mare, star and snip hind feet white, like HJK near shoulder; brown horse, star like wiitinR M near Mioulder, four feet white. IT not released on Or before the 27til September, will ho «o)d to defray ex penseB,-E- H. Morgetts, l'oundkeeper. At Warwick. from Pikrilsle. by order of Donnld Gunn. Ksq.. on the 28th August,: Bay mare, star, liind feet white, 0 near shoul der; grey yearling filly, no visible brand; bay filly, like V off shoulder; bay roan hone, blaze off hind leg white, docked tall, like C over DC over 10 near slioufder like 4* uear ribs. If not released on or liefori Friday, the C7tU September, 1867, will hi sold t...

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SIDNEY. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

SIDNEY. August 30. Bylong haa been ecratohed for all bit en gaReotCDU. Fishhook is hearlly backed for the Fori Philip Stakes. Ad influential meeting was held toJay to raise foods for a testimonial to His Excel lency Sir John Young, and a committee to collect subscription* &as been appointed. Tallow is essiar in price. Hides are rather firmer. August 81st. The Randwick Spring ttace Meet ing commensed to.day, and was very suc cessful. The Weather was splendid, the racing good, and the attendance very large. His Excellency 8ir John Young was present. The following is the reialt Tbial STAKES. Springbok 1 Gratis 2 Barey 8 Ta* Dxbbt ST. LmebHabdicaf Swe*P STAKES. Sir John 1 Hambleton Hill 2 Sesgoll 3 Hambleton HU1 was the favorite for this event, bnt, after a fine race, was defeated by Sir John, who won by half a length. The DEBET STAKES. Fireworks 1 Italian 2 Little Fish 3 Fireworks was the chief favorite. This was a splendid race. Italian went off with the lead, and kept it for ...

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THE FENIANS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

THEFENUW8 IN AMERICA. fie Fenlaht tri tTldentiy preparing in earaeat, and with fancied eeereey, for * raid thli «prii>g apon the Britiah prorfneea. There If ^nrfch actirlt}' ttmmUi In flit nrlou cir eltt.im(l Ae Mason of repoie tiiey hart had has tnabled to gather together A little money and toot Mum of arms and ammunition. Thlf' **|4 I* contemplated b)r the Boberls bnnehof tlm Feniam.now by far theatrong eitof'the two wltigt of the brotherhood lii theUoited States. and It oannot be denied th«t the necessary ooorage to attcmot it has beta Imparted to a great degrtn by the oqMhy wbioh Ilia to long been going on between onr poi(tlo<aoii of both parties ami the Fenlabi, with the object of controlling the "IrMa Irote."' Of ooune, nraoh of the pre paration for the contemplated raid i» wrapped op at pnient in myatery. and the comtant ciaggeration And rumor that always distort the nlju gbtnli of tbete remarkable iieopla aria iii ai (KHfiplcle force now a> ever. To Anally M...

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MELBOURNE. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

MELBOURNE. August 30. The Ministry ire likely to Ret a vote of £300,000 fur salaries agreed to by both Houses. Angnat 31 Both Homes or tbe Legislature have ad journed till Tuesday next. Tbe Supply Bill is not yet passed. We were courteously informed by! Mr. Towell, of the Telegraph Office, that the Panama mail steamer was] sighted off Sydney Heads at half-past 8 o'clock last night. The news, how ever, will come through too late for appearance in our present issue.

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QUEENSLAND AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

QUEENSLAND AT TIIB PARIS EXHIBITION. In (lie mini trophy (here era about thirty balu of wool in the grease, tbe rest consisting of wools washed and combed i end the prlncl pal exhibitors are-Victoria-Messrs. Lear month, of Iirclidoun; L. Carrie, of Larra; Hon. W. Depraves; John Dell,of Geelong; and the Acclimatisation Society of Victoria, whose contribution lies in Alpaca wool fleeces South Australia-Messrs. J. Anderson, of Pirt Lincoln, and Angus, of Oolilngrovu. Queensland-Messrs. Forbes, of Ipswich; Tooth, of Durling Downs; Archer and Co. Bockhampton, &o. Knteritiif the woollen arch way, Queemland is the flnt of the three courts that are thus associated. Kverythiughat. been done to make thetn as artistic as possible, but it mint bo confessed that we bare notauc-. seeded in rivallins tbe decorations of tbe French colonies, and there is no denying tlmt. just in the same way that a French c«"k will make «onp out of anything, ami will send up to tihle »04t tasteless inent wit...

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WARWICK FOST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

I WARWICK WBT OFFICE BEGULATIONS. ItAIU CLOU Brisbane, Ipswich, Alloj^^JpiflftjPreek, | Drayton end ToowoomnjJLon LlWWifi,[ Toeid»y«, and Thursdays, at# jug.- - Maryland and the NortherKTOliatotits of Now South Wales on Mondays, at T<80 (km. and on Thursdays, at 8'80 p.m. Talgai Beef, leyburn, Western Greek and 0 Goondinindi, On Wednesday, at 8 p.m. Letter* tie, for Oleneljj, Warroo, Pikedaie,' Glenlyon,Te*as" and Frasera Creek, are for warded by this mail. HAILS mbiti MOM I ' Brisbane. Ipiwioh, Alloro, Spring Greek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesday), Thurs days, and Saturdays, at S p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and ou Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Taigai Reef. Lsybnre, and Western Oreek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to place* beyond tbe colony bearing an ' insufficient number of stamps on ©e'aent to tbe General Post-office to be opeAM and returned to the writer* i ai alio letter* re potted bearing stamp* which bare been obliterated or defaced Letter? are register...

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

fetttmter amir ©rnei THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1867. A HOIICBABLE sign of the times just now it the amount of attention bestowed j ata the formation of agricultural socie-: ties. We hear of several different societies being formed among the far-; men io the neighborhood of Brisbane I and Ipswich. Situated as Warwick iB, is the midst of a large and rapidly increasing agricultural population, we know of no place where such a society is more urgently needed, or where the benefits which it is calculated to confer would be so wide-spread. While ?peaking thus, however, we do not by any means wish to disparage the Royal Agricultural Society. It has done j&uch for the colony is the pur, and we hope that it will do yet more in the future. But for the simple reason that it is intended to embrace the whole colony, it cannot be expected to confer the same benefits on any particular district as a local society would. At present the centres of agricultural seulementio^iueensland are on the c...

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GARDENING SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

fiARSBKISfi SEPTEMBER. OiEDE*.-P««m and applet may still be mlted. The grape vines will new be pushing abd atakes and trellising, If not already at. tended to, should be sot into proper repair at W Galvanised wire, supported on hard irbet posts makes a durable and cheap trellis. Attend to the vines as tliey break, ana rub off ?nperftaou* (hoots fron the root and brasst of the vlue, and tie in young fruiting shoots in good time. Soar hibnous rosells, make full sowing* of French beans, cucumbers, rock and water utlom, marrows, pumpkins, toraatos, and eapilcume. Transplant cabbages on favorable occasions. This is one of the driest periods tf the year and it is consequently a good time far the destruction of weeds. If walks And flower border* net a thorough cleaning jolt BOW, they will not giro maoh trouble for some time. A neat verge or border : for tbewalfcfgr*ittly enhances the appearance of a garden; Cupkta platyctntra may be eug gested at writable far this purpose t it is aasily pr...

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Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

misttlbucous. THE BABT DEPOSITORY OF TUB PABM EXBI BITION.-Among other novelties, I may men tion that * well-filled Infant asylum is being established iu the park of the Chump de Mara where the very large number of female assist ante employed in the building may leave their young children to be taken care of dnring the boura of their employment. The mothers ihemselvos can itUo see them daring the middle of the day. The idea of such an asylum is admirable, aud de*ervin g rf every pruUe, for at leant one half of thosa employed in and about the Exhihliton trill be married women.-Purit Litter, A singular story, illustrative of the charac teristic Dutch stoicism, is related in an Baitera paper, A certain Mr. Irwin is the proprietor of a fine steam saw-mill, which is a place of resort for right-seen. Not long ago a German walked into the mill and watched the progress of the big circular saw with much interest. It* rapid motion fascinated him, and stepping up he applied the index fiuger of...

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LEGALITY OF THE PRESENT LAND REGULATIONS. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

LEGALITY OP THE PRESENT LAND REGULATIONS. (From the Guaidian.) The leasing regulations issued l>y the pre sent Ministry are objected to; not that they Are opposed to the interest* of the couutry, or that they are inconiiftent with sound policy, but that on mere technical points they nre what is called illegal, The question, as it appears to me, is whether the power of free selection before survey is granted by the Agricultural Resolves Act, and the Leasing Act of 18C6, taken it) con junction. I take Pring'a Statute*, vol. 3, pap© 1. and in the second clause of the Agricultural Renei'ves Act I find these words "Provided that there shall at no time be a less quantity of available land open for selection within the said Agricultural Reserves.*' There is nothing said hero about Hale. " Open for selection within the Maid Agricultural Reserves." What Agricultural Reserves? The question is thus answered-*'It shall bo lawful for the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Couucil, by ...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Parties wishing to be^np subscribers trill please formed tbeir names | and addresses to the Office, ^ Albert-street. j TO ABVERTUEBH I We would say that the largely in- j creased circulation which we have { lately obtained iB a sufficient proof of the good medium which this Journal a£brds to advertisers. _t

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Colouial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

Colouhtl |ttms, A New MABKET FOB QUEENSLAND BEEF. -A tradesmen of tiifa city has received in structions from a leading firm in Melbourne to ascertain tlic price of fifty hogsheads of beef cured by Morgan's process, to be de livered and shipped at Newcastle, New South Wales, for shipment to China. This, we understand, is tbe first attempt made to open up a trade in that article with Chins, and should the venture prove a success, it is almost impossible to calculate the profit to Bccure to the holders of the patent. Guardian. A country correspondent of the Mary borough Chonielt says:-" A novel remedy far the parrot nuisance \vib suggested to me the other day ; shooting a few pnddy.mel locB, and leaving their bodies to rot here and there about tbe ground amongst the corn, or dropping fresh meat in the same manner. Tbe hawks will be attracted, and not a parrot will show bis head, hawks being tbe latter birds enemy." Thf POOB BLACKS.-The latest bright idea out-is that tbe authorities con...

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RESTRICTION OF THE HOURS OF LABOR IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

RESTRICTION OF THE HOURS OF LABOR IN ENGLAND. The important bill before parliament, intro duced by Mr. Walpole, Lord John Manners, and Sir John Pakington, which treats directly ot tlie hours of work, ii at present before a seloct committee. In it the government pro pose tbat no child under the age of 8 years shall be employed (n any " handicraft" what ever throughout the United Kingdom, "handi craft ' being understood to mesu " any manual labor exorcised by way of trade or for purposes of gain in, or incidental to, the altering, re pairing, or ornamenting any article." Mo child unjcr 13 Khali be employed on any one day in any liandiciaft except for a period or not more than 6} hoars, ana such employment shall take place between the hours of 6 in the morning aud eight at night. No yonng man under the aire of eighteen, and no woman, shall be employed in any bandieraft during any period of 91 liours for mora than IS hours with intervening periods for taking meals and rest, amounting in...

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CIRCULAR TO LAND AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

CIUCUL&B TO LAND AGENTS. The Surveyor-General hae issued the following additional instruction* to Government land agent*. A considerable area of land In the Darling D iwnt district which has been surveyed for ?tula by auction *u4 leue under the Leasing Act «» imlliiary country lands, having been included wiihiri the LHrling Downs Asri. cultural RuHwrvfT *iy the proclamation or the 20th April, 1887, and u these allotment* *re generally of « aize nnsuited Tar procla iniition surveyed l«t» under the provisions of the Agricultural fieserves Act, it has been deemed cxpedieut, pending the subdivision Into more convenient portions, to throw the land open to *«leclinn w onturveycd lands, under the provisions of the Agricultural Itewrres Apt and ttie Leasing Act. ft fa, however, tlesirable that (he surveys already rffrcted should be tnade available when practicable, and aa an encouragement toselectors tn adopt the lines already marked, the ehhtg* for survey Is to bu reduced to onetal...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT, 3. (Before C. Clark, Esq., J.P., and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, SEPT, 3. (Before C. Clark, E*q., J.P., and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) Several of the caseB set down for bearing to-day were nettled out of Court. MARSHALL r. MANTON. An action for to recover tlie turn cf £2 10s., half the coal of certaiu fencing put up by plaintiff. Mr.Oxenham wiib for the defendant. Samuel Marshall eaid he put up a fence on an allotment of ground adjoining to one belonging to defendant, and made an appli cation for the>emount sued fir; defendant refused to pay on the grouud that he had not sufficient notice, and that the fence was not a substantial one; sent a written notice of intention to put up Ilia fence, when be waived his privilege of a throe months' entice, and was quite willing that a two (ail fence should be eiocted ; not aware that there is a specific remedy to recover under the Fencing Act. W. Wallace, sworn: Was present when defendant promised to pay balf the fcuciug j defendaut had been served with notice the day b...

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POLICE COURT WARWICK. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 5 September 1867

POLICE COURT WARWICK. FRIDAT, AUGUST 30. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Donald U'lntosli was summoned for havlntr wilfully destroyed mid cut down one of the telegraph posts between this town and Allara, on the 22nd ult. Mr. Fuller, for the defendant, stated that bis client pleaded guilty to the charge, but the post in question was not out down with any wilful or malicious intent. He explained that the defendont was proceeding home with bis dray, and in the dark the dray got jammed between tbe telegraph post and the fuuee, and be wee compelled to cut away the post to extricate the dray. His client was willing to bear tbe cost of a new post, and be contended that if that was done, the ends of jiutica would be natisfied, as the current was not interrupted. Tbe defendant was fined £5 with £1 costs, and ordered to pay for the erection of a new | post.

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