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BATHURST BURR. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
BATHURST BCIIR. (To ike E&lt;1tior of the Ezuhiner and Timet.) SIR,-Yoii will oblige me l>y iimeriinj the r..|I..wiu^' nbaerTatioiw &lt;>u the iilmve subject. 1 Slid thai several pirtle* liAVe been tined f &lt;r It'C'ing to clear aw«y the Burr on their properties, three beintf »t pome .Mice from tlio tnwfi', I think tb»' police w >iil'l..i>e bftlec ^mpb'ywl in looking after ! the Burr iin «lli>tin«iiiU> in the ti'ivn o.vi>eil liy parties resident «'Bppri-illy in Pnlinerin. Ktreet niid nn the li«nk« uf h« river, if the tfifrii tu lis? rifi at ft. It in of no Use nilowiui: it (&lt;. flanisb there »iih >iu liner ntpti 't', ami «' thei«a« time 1 .lo.uut a&lt;lvue Mil' |inlice to tehx'their viailmice nn the different priipertiel belonging lothe squatter* 16 thejr seem tu tbitik (t a choice Bprcimeii »f agriculture. -1 Tnwa\u, See AN OBSERVER March 19. 1B67 (7V> the Editor of the Ezamintr and Timet I SIB,-Ib ii n-a ii&...
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, January 26.. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON. January 26. . The Queen opened Parliament in person, . In Her'.,Majesty's, speech an- an nouncement' was mat>e that amicable relatione existed between England and :ill the Foreign powers. Offers, it was stated, had been made by America for a friendly adjustment of the Alabama claims. The delegates from the Canadian provinces had agreed on a scheme of conlederation uniting all' the British North .American colonies under one administration. Her Majesty expressed her regret at the famine occasioned by the failure of the rice crops in India*-and annmnced that directions had been given to th« Indian Government to take every means to elleviate the existing distress. The speech further states that the re storation of public confidence was likely to lead to a discontinuance of exceptional legislation in that portion of the Empire. The attention of Parliament was called to the question of popular re presentation in the House of Commons. Her Majesty trusted that th...
Miscellanous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
POISON ran WHALES.-A. novr method of catching whsles is now being tried witli con siderable success, science hnrhg contributed to its diecoveiy. Our renders fit'o null aware of the deadly effects of (lie Indian poison called curare, or woorali, concerning which we lisve often had occasion to record the most interesting experiments, especially in men tioning the attempts made to use it as a speciBc for lockjaw, its peculiar action consisting in relaxing the muscular system. Strychnine is a p.iisou produciug the contrary effect, the excessive Amtraction of that system, or, in other word*, tenarius, or lockjaw. It ia a curious fact tint by the conjunction of these two agents, «o diametrically opposite in their effects, a poison is obtained that will kill almost instantly If only administered in the dose of half a milligramme per kilogramme of tho animal lo be subjected to its action', provided its weight do not exceed ID kilogramme's. If larger the dose must be proportionally in crease...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
AMERICA. President Johnson has vetoed the bill admitting the territories ol Colorado and Nebraska to the Union. The Ji.dksiary Committee are con sidered likely to report against the im peachment of President Johnson, or to leave it to the decision of the new Con gress. These bave beeu #teaiiy Mine at the W«d , &lt;liti diggings; the water in ft portion of the main street is eveo a*M to have been rnn uing waiKt high. Throughout the colony . lEcnerftlly thvre lias also been it considerable J rainfall, especially in tKe coast district. In vbe more distant of the interior, bow Tcr, raiu is still wantod.
Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
fcuulific. A successful experiment In* been made at Montreal, in smelling iron with peat. The trial was made in WDougaira car-whecl fac tory. 'flic cupula was charted with two layers of iron nnd anthracite coal. The third or tujHOOst layer was iron And peat. The tiino wus fully minutes less than with coal alotie. At the Inst meeting of Uic French Academy' of Scicucefl, M. Lovcrrier ntiuonnced that a new telescopic phinet. the diet, had teen dis covered at the Observatory of ItQQgcUa\nf>&, at Maisciiloa. It ie of the eleventh magnitude. It is estimated that the number.of holes which will have to he drilled by the rock boring machines iu the Mont Cenig tunnel, before that work is completed, is about 1,600,000. The total depth «>f ^ofl thc«o holes when bored will amount to about 4.267,690 fact, which i* J05 time* the length of the tunnel. Nearly 13,030.000.000 blows vsiU be struck by the purfmaturb to do this work. The cntr«.nco to the tnnnel on the French side is 3JHG fe...
CONTINENTAL London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
CONTINENTAL London, January 30. j Latest intelligence from Greece is to the effect that the Goverment intends increasing the army, on account of the threatening attitude assumed by Tur key. ? | The debate on the Kmperor's ad drees has opened in the French Cham bers. . i It is believed that the jurisdiction of iheJPress sjjlj Ve transferred to the 'Correctional Tribunal. The French Ministry is being recon structed. M. Fould, Minister lor Finance, retires, and is to be succeeded by M. Houcher. Schleswig-Holstein has been for mally incorporated with Prussia. The Emperor of Austria has resolved to grant a separate Legislature to Hungary.
ALICE GILBERT'S CONFESSION. (Continued from our last) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
ALICE GILBERT'S CONFESSION. (Continued from our last) 44 My dears," she Baid. M don't let there be I any miijurulerfetauding between you now. I ! have held my peace nil the while, believing I you would Intii net wisely, without any inter I ferenco. But 1 can guess wliuse fault it is. i Alice, if you suppose Francis cannot lore you I right truly, because ho has mourned so long ' ndd grievously for Joanna, you jndgc like a I f.ioiUh gii)&lt; is he to have no moro happiness nt all on o.n tli beCiUHu he buried tlio first pro* mue of it in India years ag"? lie does love you, Alice; I*vc seen it cvei since I came here. And nil the neghbwira ace it. ami tell me how glad they arc that Dr. Gilbert will bo married a^ain: they think it in a Bottled thing, and that you are only wailing to leave off your mourning. Dou't thrown away your happi ness and his fir a girl's whiin. 3Io is a good, tenderhearted, honourable man, and worthy of a princess.1 She did not know how keenly die probed tb...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF HAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
DKPinTVRi: tt1 MMLH. ARRlVAl.fi. crvrf Tiictdaf, aj 1 Jim*, and mr? w ttatunUv. it 6 p.m. M -feritbavc flkt»d Ipswich, Ha Driylon, hr fobb'i -edactx*. fyvrj Ttoeidnj, TbumUy* ana Satur '4*y», »t S p.in. *** vta ^ftlgal r^Blagi, frerjf Wedpeiday .t noon. DEPAKTUKKS. for Ifftrflftnd, «r«rv Monday, at 8 ft-m* fi-nd ttrrj ; tlxttraaj, at 4 p.m. " "** Btfaban# f®d lp&lt;*ir.l«, t'i't pravton, ctcrj Monday, ^.(Inetdayt and Friday, by CobL't coaclici, at 9 a.tt. _ I . * Warwiok to Lt-yburti, *Terj Thursday, at 4 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 March 1867
THE dramracr aiilr ©ntcs M.JWSfisireD IN WARWICK n»AT H0B|tJ«O, In mm for the OBtgoloK Halla, aThe amo«,t of Sabscripthm U FIVE » H.I LLINB8 per ouarter,'in all cases in advance. Si0|l« copies, SIXPENCE. -flCAIE or CWABOES FOB ADVEK. TI6ING I. d. Two lines 1 o Four do 2 0 «* do, 2 6 Bight do. ........ 8 0 ®&lt;wj addition! lit lines or under la. _ " JJlSUOtJ.XT WW OonasDiltir*? iritartiom 20 per cent , , : : « '&lt;». * M S3 ' .Advertisements must specify on their fats theimmber pf timea they are to bo ln * e»|tod: _ff sent in without this specification. *?(.flMhi wvftrtfeettentfc vUl be iosorted until r «b*ifea tor accordingly. iul AfautUeattiti ntut be eent in not ? 'utftrffafttotptt.ooTtaMm. .f Ora#r« lor withdrawal «r titerstioa mact be written* .ivsttisements must be ydd tor pmloos to toMtolan. Marriages, Birth". aU Death i, St. per UMftM. ' AOENT8 IN BBISBAKE ? ft-51Stationer* News Agent, School of Arts Buildings. lb. J. Waiw, South Brisbane. Depertmentof Pafct...
THE HEALTHFULNESS OF FRUIT. (From the Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
T11E IIEALTHFULNESS OF FRUIT. (From (he QueetuhtiJer.) J lie testimony ol medical men and others who have had experience in neiv countries, goes to prove that nothing acts more beneficially in the preven tion of intermittent and other levers than a moderate but systematic use of well-ripened fruit. So firmly has our own mind become impressed with the fact, that we feel satisfied no better package could be loaded ou any dray starting for the interior than one con taining a properly selected assortment of young fruiting plants and seeds. We will take, for instance, the peach, which fruits early and everywhere in this country, often yielding one hun dred pounds of fruit the first season after planting, and to be relied on when anything in the form of care is bestowed on it for a good supply of health-giving fruit during the second and succeeding years after planting. The banana does well within thirty miles of the coast; the pine apple like wise yielding a suiiply of fruit which not on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
^.itufrtiscmtitfs. aiKU IEW SOUTH WALED. THIS RANK will be CLOSED on MONDAY, the 1st PUOXIMO, for tbc usual Half-yearly Balance. W«. THOMPSON', Acting Manager. Warwick, March 27th, 1867. SO CHARLES A. DUIUN, GRAFTON STREET, WARWICK. UST rians, Sp'-clfiofttionfl, Estimales, &c.. furnished on reasonable terms. 54 U AUWICK SCHOOL OF AR1% | IN consequence of the abecnce from town of several of the performers the ICNTISKTAINMENT is POSTPONED until farther notice, WALT Ell BEIAVAY, Secretary. 20th March, 166G. 75 n'cwisioar coiiut. t COURT OP PETTY SESSIONS t\ will ho iiel&lt;l at the C mrt House, Warwick, on TULCSDAY, tlic ICtli day of April, 1607, for tho purposo of Revising the Electoral Roll for the liifitiict of the (fasfein Down;*, and also the Roll of the Warwick EUctoratc, under Iho Act 23 Vic., No 12. By nnlcr, 'CMAULKS KICANCIS CtMMLNG, Cl«rk of Petty Sessions Court limine, Warwick, Sih March, 1363. CI gtsKDs. MR. T. M0ESE1I, rAUSIERIN-STREKT, WARWICK, BEOS to in...
FALLACIOUS REASONINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
FALLACIOUS REASONINGS. A RECENT contributor to the " Courier" gives us the following peculiarly choice specimen of logical reasoning with regard to the situation and the pro ductions of the colony: Co-operation may be of an objectionable kiiid. The co-opernlion of rooneyt-d interests alone lias, beyond question, gone fur to bring about (lie present depression of Queens, land. That power has resulted in " class legislation." It Iiab sent itb agents into our Assembly for the sale purpoBo of retaining this territory for the behoof of the four millions of money that hare been lent on mortgage on its stock and station*. Every ship that is laden yitli onr staple-wool only represents thousands upon thousands of acres of unutilized territory, hold solely for the benefit of remote banks and capi talists, wIki require, yearly, according tn Mr. Macalister's statement, £800,000 interest on the nforesaid fnttr millions; who, moreover, besides being nbsentees, contribute, io return for this sum, ...
POLICE COURT, WARWICK. On the Bench—The Police Magistrate and Charles Clark, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
I I POLICE COURT, WARWICK. On ilie Dcnoli-Tl>e Police Mn^istrate and Charles Clark, Etq., J.P. W. Thompson v. M.G. Simpson.-Action fi.r £9 14s. Id. halanceof n promitaiiry note f..r £36 Oa. 4d., drawn in favour of J. II. Cuminings, and discounted at the bank. Defendant pleaded having paid the ac count for which the promissory note was jjiven. 'l'he plaintiff deposed to the discounting the bill. Tho Boncli ordered payment of amount sued for, and costs, Mr. Clark having luC the bcoclv. J. Newton v. Charles' Clark.-A claim for rent duo £14 16s. Partially heard btfuro owner of the property being a minor, and the question, being of annunl rent the case was further postponed for the opinion ol the Attorney General.
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
Iiitjjoimbrngs. At Warwick, from Canning Downs j diiving expenses, 2d. per headWhite eow, JW ofl' rump. Black ami white cow, W near rump. Black cow, ALofT rump, Bed and white now, like shield brand near rump, illegible brand off rump, fled and white steor, like WO off rump and ribs. Bed and white steer, like over W off rump and ribs. Red and white bull, EC? or D near shoulder; damages £1. Ued and whito hoifer, like TM off rump. Bed and white cow, like over 8 off rump, like TS&lt;-s over B off ribfl. Bed heifer, like HK off rump, illegible brand off rib*. Bed and white Hteer, like II off rump and ribs. Bed and white heifor, like JL off rump and ribs. Whito BU»er, illegible brand off rump and ribs. Bed and white cow, like « over JL off rump, blolch over EC off rib*. Bed and white steer, illegible brand off tump Bod end white heifer, m visible brand. White steer. JO over O near ribs, like C near rump. Bedend whito heifer, like I5P off ruuip. If not released on or before Friday,...
THE TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
THE TREASURY. Statement of the liabilities and assets of the Note Issue Branch of the Trea sury, Queensland, for the month ending Thursday, 28th February, 1807 : £ b. d Notes in circula tion' 42.671 0 0 Treasury Dills in circulation .. 136,500 0 0 Premium mi do., 1,510 0 10( Colonial Trea surer) Coin} | Local Hanks ...j Orders for circu-j lation ! 165,430 1 11 10,064 15 1 &lt;3,185 0 7 1,200 17 3 £182,881 O 10!ifi2.eSl 0 10 Specification of notes and Treasury Bills on hand : Treasury Note Account 26,500 Circulation 23,751 Notes on hand Treasury Bills, Series D Circulation £ £ 20,250 4G.750 19,120. 42,871 300,000 138,000 Treasury Dills on hand1 * Average weekly circulation, £37,668. t Drafts on the issue branch to defray [duly authorised expenditure. ) Coin and credit balance of uxchange with " Ij'ical Banks," nverago for the month JOHN DOUGLAS, Coloiiial.Trcaturcr. E. B. CULLEN, Accountant.
TALGAI. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
ggTALGAL (PrfiHa «ttp ekm. torretpondifity) ^ In your issue of the J«t instQ&t, a 5^ tslight inaccuracy occurs in giving the returns from our claim No. 2 east, , instead of 10 oz. 6 dirts., it ought t&lt;w be 1 oz. 6 dwu. to the ton. *>A* I anticipated, the original proprietor* of this claim have given up, ami started \ for the more attractive fields of fiock hampton. -Another party has been* formed who are determined togive " the ground further trial.. .ThefvjjPic- % toria" claim had a trial Crushing ot"«T 27 tons that averaged 16 -dwts to the ~ ton. This companyhavegdtfc .great body of stone in their claim,' and should it hold gold will givethsi^full employment for months tocome. Their machine appears to do iti vork efficiently and well, and no doubt the proprietors will reap the ^ewara they so richly deserve fer the enterprise. Ihe " Ooiden 1 pany are raising stone foM»andi soon have another 60 tons ready ioj| the milL The stone in this claim is1 improving, and...
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. We leuru by this mail tliat Mr. Jordan bus completed the arrangements for surrendering the charge of tbe Queoimland Emigration Office in London, which has been handed over to a Mr. Wheeler.- Queenelander, TbaDe OF . TBE "Cjlonv.-Comparisons though odious are forced upon us. Tbe latest official returns show the Brisbane im ports to bo nearly two millions, and her ex ports little more than a third of that sum, though swelled by our shipments. Bock hompton shows egainxt the above £820,000 with an export of £274,000, not lakiog iutu i calculation that portion of »ur shipments of Brisbane exports and wbioh if accredited to UB would bring our exports up to our im ports. Look on that picture and on this. CommeSt is unnecessary.-Northern Argus. SHBBPsnE&Bs,-Another new feature in the mcchauleal World 1-Another addition to the worid'sBcientific products I Our readers will no doubt feel surprised when we inform them what it is. Well, it is a shearing ap paratus, ...
ALICE GILBERT'S CONFESSION. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867
ALICE GILBERT'S CONFESSION fCOKCLUnED.l B "Tliis place is not so bad," she said, when I remonstrated with her; " and MarthaKnows> me, and cares for me. even as I: am; Yon; may comc and see me sometimes, Ally j-but you must never listen to me when I am de lirious. Volt cannot know the wretched ness of my lifi with its wickedness. If I lose iny self-command, you must' leave me in stantly. So I tended Joanna through her last ill* ness, whenever her mind was clear. We ne ver spoke orlier married life and her husband;, for both of us shrank from every aHosion liirn; bat we talked often of theearli when we interchanged visits to one' houses, and she was my admiral - ~ the pride of her father and mine; 'One even ing I carried to her our Bible, totfiow lier that ber name was really entered there, with the date of ber death more than twelve yean before, aud sba regarded it with strangeftrtte faction. Below ft was the register of her father's death; but I bad not vet Hoards# mine. " You wi...