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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

NOliCii; TO THE t'lQLil-. Parties wishing to become subscribers wiit |)leusc forward ilieir names iukI addresses to ihe Office, Albert-street. TO 4U HUTSfef.SJN We would say that tlie largely in creased circulation which vvc have lati-ly obtained is a sufficient proof oi the good medium which this Journal affords to advertisers.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

THE <irammcr anir Chnes IB PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every TH<JR8DAV MOB IIIINC, In tinte for tbe Ontfolng BlallN, The amount of Snbsoriptiou is FITS SHILLINGS par quarter, in allcases in advance. Single copies, SIXPENCE, SCALE OP CHARGES FOB ADVEB TI6ING i. d. Two lines 1 o Four do. 2 0 Six do 2 6 Sight da 3 0 Ercry Additional six lines or nnder Is. Dibooum On 18 consecutive insertions 80 per cent, 26 " S3 " AU Advertisements must specify on their face tbe number of times they arc to be in serted ; if sent in without this specification, .nob advertisements will be insorted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements roast be sent in not later than B p.m. on Thursdays. Orders for withdrawal or alteration must bo written, Son-subscribers' advertisement* most be paid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per fcnsertioa. AGENTS IN BBI8BANE Mr. G. D. Hmbuow. Stationer* News Agent, School of Arts Buildings, Mr. J. Wast, So...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

(fetttiner niA times. THURSDAY, Sepiembeh 5, 1867 In itsissue ot the 7th instant, our con temporary, the " Dal by Herald," says: -"It is leported that the Warwick railway will, for the present, not be proceeded with beyond Oambooya." W know not on what authority this statement is made; but we do know %tt A considerable amount of anxiety IfJfoH by our townsmen as to the truth or falsity of it. We have ourselves during the past three weeks tried every means' we could think of to secure authentic information as to the progress of the line; but without success.' Our letters and personal inquiries have "been met with a constantly reiterated "Know nothing whatever about it." We can scarcely believe, however, that the present Ministry intend to atop the extension of the railway to this town, Such t step would not, only be unconstitutional, but in the highest degree impolitic. It would : be unconstitutional, because no Minis try has the right to stop a public work"*-the construction of whic...

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GARDENING SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

CiAKDliNIKft SEl'TKMHKlt. CabdjvK.-Ptt.irg and applet may l>c grafted. The grape vines will u<>\v be pushing : nod stakes and trctliflius', if not aln-ady at tcnik-d to. should fao g"l utto piopcr repair at «*ncu. tialraofatd wire, MippnKoi on hard wood pasts tn&k&fl ft durable and cheap Lreilis, Attend to Ibo vinos as lliey break. ana rub ofl' tfiipofdiiouB shoots from the root And breast of iho viue, ami lie lnv y'uiig fruitiug shoots in pood tfuifl. Bow Itibi-Gus rosella, make full sowings of French beans, cucumbers, rock and water melons, .neuroma, pumpkinB, tomatos, and capsicums, Transplant cabbages on favo'ahle occasion®. This is one of the driest periods of the reef and it is consequently a good thge ft>r the destruction of weeds, If walks ajv3 tfonrer borders tret a thorough cleaning ju#t now. they will not give much trouble fnr some time. A noot verge or border f»r the walks grfejfUy enhances the appcamncc *»f A garden; Cuphca platyccntr...

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AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS. CAPTAIN STURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERERS , AND EXPLORERS. CAPTAIN 6TURT. Although I gave some account of Start's travels in the preceding chapter, yet there is so much interest attaching to them that I shall devote the present paper 10 a fuller narration of bis second expedition. The object of his second journey, as 1 have before stated, was to follow up the discoveries of Messrs. Hume ana Hyrell. The party started from Syd ney on November 3rd, 1829, and reached Lake George on November 18th. Thence they proceeded to the Matrtuabidgee, which they found to be a noble stream, abounding in fish. At first the scenery was very beautiful, but, as they descended the stream, it became more and more monotonous and gloomy, and abounding in swampB. Having brought two boats with them, they determined to launch theivi. Eight of the parly, including Messrs. Sturt and Macleay, entered one boat, taking the other in tow, while the rest of the party returned to Goulburn Plains, there to await the return of their leader...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

SYDNEY. Tlie third day's racing at Baodwick came off to-day very snccessfully. The Craven Plate of 100 sovereigns: Yattondon... ... ... 1 Tim WhliBer H Huse of Australia ... 3 This was a fiuo race, and well contested.. Yattendou only won by a bead. Prince of Wales Stakes: Mormon 1 Hamlet 2 Beargard ... ... ' ... 3 The A.J.C.(Mares) Produce Stakes of 10 sovereigns each: Italian ... 1 Glcncoe 2 Tliere was a splendid straggle for first place between Italian aud Glenooe for a mile. Italian won by a length. The other horses were nowhere. The Sydney Handicap: Warwick 1 Phoebe ' ... 2 Bulgimbar 3 The conviction or Conceit has bMm con firmed by a full court. A collision occurred on the railway, yes terday, by which two persons were injured, aud several trucks destroyed. Talluw is fiitner In price. September 7.-There lias been * heavy ? fall ol' snow in the Southern Districts. The Sessions commence on Monday. Tlie Daces to-dny were fairly attended. The following is the result: The Tradesmen'...

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(From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

(From the Brisbane papers.) BOCKEUUPTON. September 6.-Mr. Hugh Neill, Mr. Pa! mer e riTal, addressed a meeting of the clec tore here yesterday. Tliere w.is a fair at tendance. A resolution was proposed that Mr. Neill was a fit and proper person to re piesent the elector! of Port Curtis in tbe Legislative Assembly of Queensland. To this an amendment, that he was not, was moved and carried by a large majority.

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY FOR WARWICK. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETF FOE WARWICK. [OOMM0HIOATED.1 The want or «u Agricultural ..Botjgjtyjip Warwick is felt not only hy the farmer $gie has to earn his bread moredlreclly frptn the successful tnat'Sgemeut of his land) bift also by every man who baithe interest or wel. far® of the diatrlct at hfcart. Some men iritt *6k, What !? the 'Die of an Agricultural Society ?-What real benefit doei it Rotifer on a farmer? Id answer to thfele I %rtim3 say-First, there is unity of purpose. Unity Ss ever strength. By bringing farmers to gether, selfishness will be lessened, thoughts exchanged, practical informatien gained"; and the experience of all the men connected with llie Society added together,and.ctven to each man ia addition to bis own, Basil cot taken men years of hard toll, ofincceaant watchings, waitings, and anxieties to enable them to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion on a matter of importance to their future prosperity? Why Should erery man thai singly toil for yearsin uncertainty,...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

MELBOURNE. September 0,-The Supply Bili baspaued the Le. i lative Council, and it it likely that Parliament will be prorogued on Tuesday nest. . September 8.-The captain, mate, anil * boy, of the Jedd«, have been murdered by (.lie crew of that reuseI, off Hongkong. 'l'lie Indian Ggvernment intende tending one thousand uoldicre to release the Aby# uinian captives. The Tirscab, from Sydney, bn« been wrecked on (be Indian coast. Sereuteea liveB lost. Freights are lower. September 6.-The tuts Wbeeler, wbo. was arrested for the fiokewood outrage, baa been identified by tbe Injured man. The brig Jane bai befen wricked at Warr nanibool. One nan drowned.

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COMMERCIAL. London, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

COMMERCIAL. London, July 26. Bank Discounts are at 2 per cent. Money is abundant, Consols are quoted at 94 to 94J. The following are the present jprices of Colonial Government Securities: New South Wales, 89J; Victoria, 110 to 111; South Australia, 105 to 107; Queensland, 93| to 94J. The Tasmaman Loan has not been all taken up. The Bank of Queensland has fully liquidated all claims upon it, and is likely to resume business. Tne Union Bank has declared a divi dend of 7 per cent.

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. London. July 26. Her Majesty the Queen is at Os borne House. The Empress Eugenie and the Queen of Prussia are on a visit to the Princcss of Wales. The Lords have rejected the Univer sities Tests Bill. England has won the Elcho Chal lenge Shield, at Wimbledon, by one point. Challenge has won the Liverpool Cup. The Atlantic Cable is again broken. The Belgian volunteers have had a splendid reception. Bad weather marred the naval re view at Spithead, given in honor of the Sultan. Fifty-two war vessels took part in the affair. ' The Sultan has been invested with the Order of the Garter. He has pre sented two donations, each of £500, for the relief of the London poor. Miss Burdett Coutts gave a splendid fete to the Belgian Volunteers, at which twelve thousand persons were present. The Privy Council have decided that Bertrand, accused of the murder of Kinder, at Sydney, has been legally convicted, and that Chief Justice Ste phen's decision is correct. The Fenian excitement...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

WARWICK POST^f REGULATIONS. rICB MAILS CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Tnowoomba, on trundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 8 p.m Maryland and the Northern Districts of New South Wales on Mondays, at 7 30 a.m. and on Thursdays, at 3*30 p.m. Talgai Itocf, Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondiwindi, oa Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.B. Letters &c. for Glenulg, Wnr.-oo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Frazers Creek, are for warded by this mail. MAILS auhive feom Drisb&ne, Ipswich. AUora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowosmbaon Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Situ id aye, nt 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and ou Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Keef, Leyburn, and Western Creek on SVodneaday, nt noon. Letters addressed to places beyond (be colony bearing an insufficient number of Ktaiups on are sent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters re-potlcd bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced. Letters arc re...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. KEPPEL BAY, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

LATEST 1'ELEGIUPHIC NEWS. KKl'PEL BAT. September 11, 1 tie ulciitapu station was opeued to-day (Wednesday) oil llic Pilot Slulion. Krppel. Bay.

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THE CHANGES OF THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

THE CHANGES OF THE BODY. The body is not a changeless mechan ism like the steam-engine. No instant of its existence finds it the same as it was the instant before. It is taking birth and growing, it is decaying away and dying in each second ot its life. Every organ and structure of it, every fibre and cell, is informed with the mystery of life, and lives, subject to the common life of the whole. We do not know what life is, and the more prudent among us do not dare to guess but there are certain things about it which we may safety venture to assert. Whatever it be, it is certainly no creator of matter or force. All the matter of the body is matter identical with that which we find in inorganic nature, and all its force is identical with that which comes from the sun as heat, or which holds the stars in their courscs as gravitation. The operations of the body, both internal and external, are operations of chemical and physical force, and all that there is peculiar in organic life ari...

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

PRODUCE MARKET. Hides are quoted at an eighth or a penny advance. -] Leather.-The market has been ] cleared of leather at full rates. j Skins have soid -well during the month. Bark.-Prices arc firmer, and sales | have been made at £8 7s. fid. j Sugar.-Moderate sales have been ? made during the month, and business! is at present active. j Coffee commands a steady market, j Bice continues in good demand. i Tallow is 3d. higher, and is at pre- I ecnt quoted at 44s. 9d. to 45s. 9d. I Corn.-The supply of com is short j and barley and oats are dearer. j Copper is at present quoted at from £83 to £85 per ton. j Wool.-Since lest sales few transac tions have taken place. The unsettled state of political affairs affects the markets, but the promise of a good harvest will probably improvej matters. Want of confidence in the j continuance of peace is a prevailing drawback to business, and growers ex- j pect lower prices for some time. ! The Nonpareil has arrived from Brisbane. The month's expor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

NOTICE ! NOTICE !! HALF-YEARLY CLEARING SALE OF MM4IA11 GL0TM6 *c., 4te. mwmm mi. ©isai?. t. HORWITZ & CO., IN accordance with their usual custom, are now OLEARQJG OUT, remainder of ttieir wasaim COMEIBING Drapery, Blankets, Idea's Clothing, <tc., * At such PRICES thdt must effect a W1KY CLMiUIKIl. JACOB HORWITZ & CO., COMMERCIAL STORE, WAUWICK.. WOQLCOTT'S 1'KCTOm BAl.SAit IS the best remedy for Coughs Colds, Shortness of Breath, Hoarseness Asthma, Influenza, fte. This preparation, containing no deleterious inpreuieiits, will be found equally beneficial to all constitutions from youth to old age. (Sold In Bottles at 2s Od 4i 3s 6d eacb. VEGETABLE APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS, Doing composed of purely vegetable ingre dients, will be found a care and valuable remedy for Bilious and Liver Complaint*. In digestion, Loss of Appetite, Flatulency, Acidity, Headaclic, &c.t &c. InOoxcS) U6d and 3s (id eacb. PREPARED ONLY BY H. C. W©(D]L(D(0)?f9 DISP...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. 'Dm following duties arc payable under the new Stamp Act, which cams into operation no the 1st November la«t£ ft. r Drafti and Promittory Notts - For every £50 and under, and every fractionsl part of £60 above 0 1 Bilh of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto 0 1 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in seta of two or more), each, f ir every £60 0 0 Receipts.-¥or all sums of 20s. and upwards, each 0 0 Cheques or Orders.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 Sank Ablet.-For every £100 of tbe average annaaal circulation S O Deetls of Conveyance of Properly. For every £60 and under .. ». 0 7 Above, mid not exceeding £100 .. 0 IS For every fractional part of £100 abovo 0 16 Agreements.-Of the valuo of £6 nnd upwards 0 2 Kote.-Where letters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 6s. Bill! of Lading,-M copy thereof O 1 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or agent 0 0 Leases, or Agreemeuts for Leases where tbe rent is £60 ...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 September 1867

Coloutal pins. Under the heading " A good opening fur llie press," we find the fullotcioff advertisement in . |ate Sydney paper" Wanted by tbe in- ' ' habitants of Ipsnicb, an anti-squatliug journal to represent its local end other interests. Such a paper will receive the support of two-thirds f the inhabitants of Ipswich and Watt More ; ton. Applications to he addressed T. P., Ips wich, Queensland." We (rive the announce ment gratuitous insertion in our columns be cause we think so tempting an offer ought to be submitted to people on the spot as well as to those who live in Sydney. After this, ir " T. F." ii unsuccessful, he cannot blame us. -Qutcntland Timet. Tbe following is the Southern and Western Railway return of traffic fur tbe week ending August 81, 1867Passengers, £203 19s.; cnods, ElS!S4s.7d.; parcels. £6; miscellaneous £14 15s. 2d.; total, £661 18s. 9d. Traffic for wblch payment Is not received Goods (con. structinn). £397 6s.; police warrants, 12s.. total, £397 17s. Gra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

NOTICE ! NOTICE I! ?nr-iEiiLi CLEARING SALE op ©IMPUGN RFJDMM GL0TEQM6 Ac. i Ac. ms mwmm m&is® J. HORwrrz & co., IN accordance with their usual cuBtom, are now CLEARING OOT^jlftJ remainder or tbelr '.. COMBI6ING ?> )' I Drapery, \ Blankets, Men's (lotting, 4c. At sach PRICES that must effect a gPBE&Y ?LBA*jK2f«gL'. ??? t JACOB HORWin & ^ i COMMERCIAL MOKE,, WOOLCOTT'S PECTORAL MISAM 18 the best remedy for Cough* Colds, Shortness of Breath, Hoarseness Asthma, Influenza, &a. Tills preparation, containing no deleterious ingredients, will be found equally beneficial to all constitutions from youth to old age. Sold In Flotlles at 3a Od 4c 8B Od each. VEGETABLE APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS. Being composed of purely vegetable ingre dient*. will be fonna a safe and valuable ninety for Bflioas and Liver Complaints, tar digestion, Loss ofv Appetite, Flatulency. Acidity, Headsche, &o" &a. In Boxes, Is 0d and 2a Od each. PREPARED ONLY BY...

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Miscellaurcous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

A UmiiiAST IDEA.-A. truly "brilliant" idea has been started by a French chemist in the Gazette Medialt de Cyan. Ui> theory is that all dead bodies of human beings are at present wasted, when tbey might as veil bo utilised fur illuminating purposes. Ue remarks: " Coal is being exhausted, and since the human carcase is capable of snpiylng a gas of good illuminating power; why should it not be em ployed to this end ? By a process of combus tion in retorts a corpse of common dimensions may be made tn yield twenty-fivecubic metres of illuminating gas, which, at a cost of twenty-five centimes per cubic metre, would give a value of about eight franc* for a body of ordinary eise." We have never despaired of obtaining a perpetual supply of fuel, but we must confess that we had luoked to A dif ferent source for the street-lamps of the fiuure. However, It is "an idea like another," and not so new affer nil; since in Bombay a pro posal was seriously made aome time ago that the bodies of the ...

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