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OUR SURPLUS STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

OUR SURPLUS STOCK. The annual surplus stock of sheep has been disposed of without any diffi culty, and at remunerative prices lor many years past. The stoppage or the demand of stocking new country to the north and west has latterly sent the whole of the surplus stock to south ward where there was a demand for them, and upwards of 400,000 sheep were driven across the border during the year 1866. A very large number have been sent in the present yearj but with a result unsatisfactory in the highest degree. Many of the flocks are still unsold, and there will, in all probability, be heavy losses on all of them. The owners of sheep in Victoria and the southern part of New South Wales are vigorously discussing the the question of what to do with their own surplus stock, and active prepara tions are being made for boiling down on a large scale. The same operations will have to be resorted to here; now that the southern market is practically closed against us, and after an almost total ces...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

At Warwick, frmn North Toolburra, on the 6th SeptemberBay mare, like JH conjoined near shoulder; bay entire, like BJ near shoul der. damages £[; grey horsa like BJ. near shoulder, like MW or MM off shoulder, bobble strap on; bay marc likeK near shoulder, atari black mare like 68 over © near shoulder; brown tnare, like DW near shoulder, near hind foot white: roan ttlly, BJ near shoulder, star, hobble strap on. II not released oil or before Tuesday, the 1st October, will be sold. At Warwick, fi oin Mountain Camp, Rosen thal oil the 6th September Brown filly, PF ovea MA over LL near sliouldei.ropc on neck. If not released on or before Tuesday, the lut October, will be sold.

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PERILS OF "PAYING ATTENTION." (Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

THE PERILS OF "PAYING ATTENTION." {Saturday Review.) If young people are to marry for love, they must obviously have every facility afforded them for meeting and fascinating each other. It is this con sideration which reconciles the philoso pher to some of j>ur least entertaining entertainment*, although, at the same time, it makes so much of our hospital ity an organized hypocrisy. It is, in deed, a hard fate to be obliged to leave your after-dinner cigar and George Eliot's last novel in order to drive four miles through wind and snow to a party which your hostess has given, not be cause she has good rare, or good music, or agreeable guests, or anything, in short,really calculated to t.rnuse you, but simply and solely because she has a tribe of daughters who somehow must be disposed of. Yet even a man of the Sir Gornewall Lewis stamp, who thinks that this world would be a very tolerable place but for its amusements, may forgive her when he reflects that business, not pleasure, i...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

jputi'lisnnrnts. LAND ORDERS. AVAILABLE LAND OflDERs Purchased. Apply to 273 B. J. MACKENZIE. CULTIVATION OF COTTON ON THE DOWNS. Od Tbdbbd&y Nkit, the 29th ScmuBKB, will be presented with the EXAMINER AND TIMES,, A GRATIS SHEET SUPPLEMENT, WHICH will be solely devoted to instructions nod information on the CULTIVATION OF COTTON ON THE DARLING DOWNS. The instructions for the general manauemement of this crop are by men who have had experience in this new enter prise, and can be relied upon as giving all the information which is required fur ita suc cessful cultivation. The supplement swiU be printed on a separate sheet, and is intended for the use of . farmers and those who ara about to commence Cotton crowing, and will be found « useful for reference during the whole of the furthcoming Cotton-ecasoti. Singh Oopiet of the Paper and Supple ment, Sixpence Each. Subicriptione to the Paper, Five Shil lings per Quarter, Payable in Advance. REMOVAL. Mils XO&LAJL, Bool»elle...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The following duties are payable under the new Stamp Act, which Game into operation on the 1st November la»t:- £ *. d. Draftt and Protniteory Note For every £50 and under, and every fractional part of £60 above 0 10 Billt of Exchange.-(single) ditto, ditto ,, " .... 0 10 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in eels of tnro or more), each, for every £50 0 0 0 Receipte.-Yor all sums of 20a. and upwards, eaoii .. .. .,001 Cheguet cr Ordtre.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Jfotti.-For every £100 of the average annaual circulation 8 0 0 Detdt of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and mider ». .. 0 7 6 Above, and not exceeding £100 0 15 0 For every fractional part of £100 above 0 16 0 Agreement!.--Of the value of £5 and upwards 0 2 6 Note.-Where luttera are produced in csurt to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of them to be etamped with a duty of 5s. Billt of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 10 For every receipt, or copy thereof from matter, mate or agent .. 0 0 6 Leatei, or Ag...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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A DIVER'S TOILET. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

A DIVER'S TOILET. The " Tiroes" gives the following account of the manner in which the diver performed his toilet in the Regent's Park after the breaking of the ice on those waters:-*' The diver first removed his shoes, and then drew on two pairs of long white woollen stockings reaching nearly to his hips, and pulled a thick shirt of correspond ing material over his shoulders and all his ordinary clothes. Flannel knee breeches kept the other garments com fortably together; and the addition of a red nightcap doubled completely the likeneu to one of the white-jacketed sailors that figure largely in Dutch sea-pieces. The diving dress proper was next assumed. Taki two of the stoutest waterproof capes, and sew a sheet of india-rubber between-that is the material; draw it on like a sack . for running races in, save that each leg has its own seperate pouch to fit into iaitead of one common sack for both feet-and that is the shape. Heavy boots, with substantial soles of lead, complete the e...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. IIAll! CLOSE FOB Brisbane, Ipswich, Allnra, Spring Creek, Drayton and Tnnwoomba. on trundaya, 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'SO p.in. Talgai Kief, Leyburn, Western Creek and Goondinindi, on Wedne*day, at 8 p.m. K B. Letters &c. for Glent'Ig, Warroo, Pikedale, Glenlyon, Texas, and Frazers Creek, are for warded by this mail. MAILS abbivk FROM Brisbane, Ipswich, Alluru, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoainba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Hitilrdivs, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at C p m. Taiga i Reef, Leyburn, and Western Creek on Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on sra sent to the General Post-office to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters re-potted bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced Letters are registere...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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THE HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

THE HAIR. Young ladies are often in trouble about their hair between the ages of seven teen and thirty. 'Ihe hair may be unruly: it may come out; the scalp may be at fault, or the (at glands act improperly. The hair may be too dry and get brittle; this arises sometimes from the too free use of spirit washes of various kinds, or from dyes. The remedy is plain. The great complaint is that the hair gets thin. If there be any debillity present, the hair will mostly thin out. In these cases it is as well, for a time at any rate, to keep the hair rather shorter than usual, ana to take general tonics. If there be in digestion present this must be reme died ; if neuralgia, quinine should be taken. The most troublesome in stances of loss of hair on record have followed in the wake of violent attacks of neuralgia of the bead, brought on by disappointment or some mental ex citement or depression. In these cases very much may be done by use inter Bally of remedies that give tone to the nervous ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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EFFECTS OF IRON ON FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

EFFECTS OF IRON ON FRUIT TREES. ' I promised In a. former communication to "^make aotne mora definite observations on this .utjeot,«ni report to yon. I Iwg done «o, and I think pretty clearly demonstrated, to one Instance, the practical Iwnefitend utility, One ituUnoe, I admit, l( not cqtul to manyin stanoes; but sufficient to cell cloie attention ., and farther observation on that and kindred t subjects. ' Early I alt spring, the esriy part of March, I . wasktafarmln HulsDnValley.and in conver .atton with the owner, expressed a with to teat the nutter'more fully than I «ver had done, fit was quite as anxious to faire tills (to lilm) tttir idea fully tested as myself, and ?both time a atroll in the orchard. We eoon selected -a Very thrifty, One beating treo, that -dents iad yielded -« good -Drop ofeaoo llent .nil fine-flavored fruit Mar defeat ahateVer ' Conld be Holloed In the trea. My conclusion was that U the fruit on a tree like thli coetd be Improved, by the preienee of iron in...

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

GOOD V, BAD 6<il FOB COTTON.-That a very luge proportion of tbe cultirated land of tbil colony will eoon bo under cotton, no one acquainted with the farming district! can bare adonbt. The talk every where is of cotton; and preparations for planting the gieat staple are almost as extensive aa the talk about it. This is the right spirit, but we sincerely trust that discrimination will be used by every one patting in cotton seed. If not, the record of failura will be very disheartening, ft must be recollected that all situations, or all soils, will not answer for cotton. Some places we have been shown as eoon to be planted, where failure is as inevitable as anything can possibly lie. Low.lyiag lands are not adapted for the plant; heavy Hch lands will be better under eorn, or under eugar-cane, if there is any pro spect of a market fnr that commodity. Wet lands, lands which are liable to flood, nr get into a heavy sticky condition after a light fall vpf rain, ought on no accou...

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SWEER'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

SWEER'S ISLAND. I notice that all Gulf correspondents confine themselves to speaking of Burketown, t>r at least of the mainland, quite ignoring the exis tence of this "bright little Island," which In the opinion of all unprejudiced rfluervers, Is already recognised as the luiucipal towu and .hipping port of Carpentaria, and justly so. It lias long bees considered, but has now been proved, to be the only safe Uftibor for chips in the tiulft the navigation to it is simple, and, above all It Is tlio only place that has re* malted heAltby throughout. The gulf'Itself swsrtns with turtle, dngong, and overy de« .oription offish, Including oysters and crabs. Apparently fish formB the chief support of the aborigines on the neighboring islands, judging by the numerous fiehing-fires one sees nightly on the reefo. Sweer's Island is densely and luxuriantly wooded, although of a stunted growth. The geological face and the bills consist of free* .tone. Communication Is maintained between the ma...

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THE EPISCOPAL GATHERING AT ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 19 September 1867

THE EPISCOPAL GATHERING AT ROME. The Public Consistory was held In Borne oil Thursday, June 27, and was attended by-some 100 Bishops from all parts of tlis world. The Pope, in liis allocution, praised the zeal they had exhibited in coming to Borne, and their attachment to the See. He said that the ex ample of the union of the Church to celebrate the Canonization of tho Martyrs and the Iftili Centennial of the Martyrdom of tit. Pi'ter would show iti enemixa the immense power of the Church. The Pope also confirmed the condemnation of erroraof PecemberS, 18G4, and expressed a desire to convoke at on early day a council to repair the evils which oppress the Church. The allocution was closed by a lieBtowal of a benediction upon the Bishops. There are 450 bishops nnd 30,000 clergy in Rnmo. Among these are four American Arch bishops, and also twenty-two American Bishops. When the Pope received tlic Atneri can clergy, they presented to him 200.000 dol lars in gold. The model of the yacht He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

NOTICE. Copies of (be Supplement can be obtained at any future time from Ifae Office of tills paper. PttlCIS 6d. BACB. ? Cotton (Seed. Cotton Heed* TO BE 11A 0 GUATIE! THE undersigned hafon hand a large qnantit}* of ucll-eelected COTTON StED far Glf ATI/ITOUS DISTRIBUTION. and any quantity can be obtained on applica tion to R. W, GILL, Warwick Emporium. Frinted nnd published u > supplement to thfc ' Examiner and Tinira," at the office Albert Btrect, Warwick, b.v llicbard Appleby Ooif tun and Saumi'l Irwio. Bept. 26,1867

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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FROST AND COTTON-GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

FROST AND COTTON-GROWING. The following letter appeared in a recent issue of the "Queensland Times," and distinctly proves that the residents in this district need not be frightened that the frosts on the Downs will prove too severe for the cotton plant: (To the Editor of the Qaeeniland Tinlei.) Pie,-ID a previous issue of yotir paper ?ome person makes enquiries about the proper ?ull for growing Sea Island cotton. Now I cad tell him something aboct those Sea Islands. Properly speaking they can hardly be called islands at all. They are merely divided from the main land tiy salt water creeks, in many places not wider than the Bremer, and you can pass In light draught schooners frum one navigable rivet Into another without going out t" sea; for instance, at Charleston, South Carolina, you can pass from the Cooper and Ashley llivers through salt water crocks to the Bdisto, and from the EdUto to the Savannah, upwards or 100miles, without ever g' iog to sea. There are no hills to be seen ...

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COTTON CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

COTTON CULTIVATION. From consulting a work lately published on cotton cultivation in all parts of tho world' where cotton lias been more or lean cultivated, by Joseph Gibbs, Member last. C.E., wo find lliat Queensland possesses very man; Advan tages in the favor of cotton-growers. 1'or be Bays, that cotton may be planted in countriea subject to annual periodical rainfalls and tbat It will also crow and produce large crops of good quality in regions (If well supplied with water) where it never rains. It will grow in hoavy clay soil or in an open sandy soil, and likewise in such loams as partake of tbe character of both; or it will produce in the drained marshes of India, the recovered marine tnud land and savannah swamps when thoroughly drained like those of Quiana,or (he prairie soils of the South American Btates, Tiiis plant will commenoe growing, flourish, and pioduce a crop in eight months, or it will under nlher conditions, reguire one or two years for its perfection; it will be...

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QUEENSLAND COTTON AT THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

QUEENSLAND COTTON AT TUB PARIS EXHIBITION. ft must indeed be gratifying (o our colonists aud to *11 who ore interested in die future ad vancement of Queensland, to bear that its undoubted agricultural capabilities have re ceived so marked and substantial a reeogni. tton &* tiifit of Ijic Pari* Exhibition ; ire aHudo to tbo faet« couimunicuted to us by tbo last English mail, tliut a gold medal lins been awarded to one of onr most enterprising agri culturists-CaplaJiiToTFiis-for supi-rior cotton Srown by liitu iu (his colony. There is no oubt that the award of this testimonial of buucpas will (*.0 very much towards stimulating the efforts of nil our cciton growera. Wo ai-o aware, iu spite of the exaggerated reports whiuh were rife before tlio cotton harvest, coo* Corning tbo probable extraordinary crops which Would be gathered, that there lias not been so full a measure of bucccsb as waB anticipated by all. This was owing, as everybody knows, to various natural causes. It was ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) DALBY. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

LATEST fELEGMPHIC NEWS. (From the Britbane papert.) DAJ-DV. September 20. A tiro occured here last nigut, and a bouse belonging to Mr. Radford, was dCBtrovod. The weather, to-day. !IAB been bot.

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COTTON CULTIVATION ON THE DOWNS. MODE OF COTTON CULTURE ON THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

COTTON CULTIVATION ON THE DOWNS. MODE OF COTTON CULTURE ON THE DOWNS. The following remarks were written especially for the guidance of those resident on the Downs who have it in contemplation to commence cotton growing this 3'ear. They are by Mr. F. Bauer, a gentlemen who has had considerable experience in cotton grow ing, and whose remarks we particularly call attention to. He encloses the letter of Mr. Sahl, which appeared in the papers some weeks ago, and which he has corrected and revised, and has been handed to us for publication. .?I have much pleasure in enclosing my nephew's report, which originally appeared in the D. D. Gazette, which I hare corrected, and 1 add a few remarks, bated upon my own observation and experience gathered during my brief slay and visit to the Downs, which will be ot some use to the farmers in your district, CLIMATE. ..TUe climate is, from alt X can learn and see, as favourable as could be desired, provided the cotton fields are kept on (he high lan...

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ROCKHAMPTON. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

BOCKHAMPTON. September 20. Kong Mow, a (jmoftttfm, was sentenced to ten years* imprisonment ycsteday, far admin istering poison to a uian tiamcd Charles Bowes This case concludcd the criminal sittings. Tbe Great Northern Railway was opened yesterday. There was a fair amount of traffic. September 21. A petition is being numerously signed Tor tbe Burvey of town and suburban allotmonU ou the coast reserve near Hots Station. The locality is an cxccllcut one for the for mntion of a township, ah there is a supply of splendid water, and near plenty of good agricultural lan4. Mr. Justice Lutwyclie visited Ridgelands yesterday. Ho went down two shafts. Two dithfuls of dirt were washed in his prcsouco, and tlic proceeds, half-an-ounce and three quai ters of ati ounce respectively, were pre-1 seutcd to him» |

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, September 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 26 September 1867

fetttmcr itnir Cintes. THURSDAY, Septembeii 26, 1867' Ab the season is now at hand lor the commencement of planting cotton, and «b many farmers in this neighborhood are going to give it a trial," we have prepared in tbe following column* each Information lor their guidance as we trust will materially assist tbem» There is no doubt that many this year will only try this crop as an ex periment, "just to £ee if it is likely to Succeed." Others we have heard of «ho are going to plant a pretty large Area; and certainly, if one-half the deed that has been disposed of in this district comes to maturity, the total Amount will be found next year to be *ery large. That there will be some failures cannot be denied; and that there will be others who will be some what baffled as to how to cultivate it, is certain. But we would say to those who are trying it, whether as an experi ment or as a profitable pursuit, that if, through some unforeseen "citcum atances, they do not reap a good crop, they ...

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