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POLITENESS OF THE IRISH PEASANTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

POLITENESS OF TIIE IllISlI PEASANTRY. " The first remarks I have to make concern (lie pea sail fry, the class of whom I saw more than any ot!icr in Ireland. Their courtesy and polite ness wore some thing surprising. Ae | a pedestrian traveller with an impcr I lect map, and finding few milestones, and no direction-posts, I was obliged i to make constant inquires with reler ! ence to the route to take. Cut these I were invariably answered with cheer | ful readiness, and only in two or three j instances, arising probably from ill healib or some local disturbing cause, did 1 ever receive what may be termed a short reply. The i>easant or farmer would often put himself to some incon I venience to answer one's questions. ! If ridiug he would bring his horse to a standstill, or driving would slop the vehicle. A man would allow his team to go on regardless of the trouble of overtaking them, and be surprised at receiving an apology lor delaying him. A boy going down hill with a donkey oart...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

3$isteIlaucous. The first pair of buekskin breeches seen in the South Sea Islands were so -little understood that the natives stuffed them with seaweed and boiled them for dinner. An eminent spirit-merchant in Dub lin (Peter Angley) announces that he has still a small quantity of (he whiskey on hand which was drunk by George IV. when in Dublin. John Gray, probably the last survivor of the revolutionary army of 1776, is living in Noble county, Ohio. He is nearly 104 years old. EXTREME GENEROSITY,-The "South London I'ress" Bays that the lady who gave Mr. Spurgeon £20,000 to erect an orphanage has since ordered her plate to be sold for the same objcct; and Mr. Spurgeon asserts that the ?donor has thereby set " an example to all believers who have surplus and unused gold and silver which ought to be put to better use than lying wrapped up in a box." The Belgian Volunteer visit to this country has caused considerable sensa tion. Upwards of 2,000 of these volunteers have left their father...

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A LEGEND OF THE GREAT EASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

A LEGEND OF THE GREAT EASTERN. Tliere is a wild sort of legend in connection with the Great Eastern steamship, the origin of which I do not know, but the shipwrights firmly believe in it. So much has been writ ten about the construction of tills famous vessel, that the slightest allusion to it here will suffice. She is a ship with two cases, or skins, aB they are called-that is, she is almost like one ship fitted inside another. Be tween the inner and outer skins the workmen can crawl for repairs. Dreadfully dark and sepulchral, of course, it is in there, for, from the nature of the space, the workmen must be completely closed in, excepting at ihe spot at which he enters. Very few smiths or shipwrights would care to work in here alone, for two terrible spectres are supposed to haunt the place. Almost all the men who were engaged in the construction of the vessel believe that, somewhere there in the darkness and thick air, lie two skeletons, winch never can be found till the vessel i...

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THE VICEROY OF EGYPT AT THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

THE VICEROY OF EGYPT AT THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. The Viceroy of Egypt visited the show of the Royal Agricultural Society at Bury St. Edmunds. There were only 30 or 40 persons in the station at the time of his liighness's arrival, and not more than 100 outside. The train came in a little before 12 o'clock, and the Mayor of Bury (who singularly enough happens to be a very successful farmer^, the corporation, and some of the railway directors, grouped them selves before the royal saloon carriage to receive their distinguished visitor, who was accompanied by one Oriental attendant and two or three English gentlemen. His Highness walked out of the station to Sir E. Kerrison's carriage. ID passing be took a half amussd glance at tne fine show of umbrellas that lined the approach to the station. Ihe Viceroy must have arrived without due announcement, for when (he carriage stopped at the little tent opposite the entrance where his Highness was to partake of refreshment a workman was jus...

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MARYBOROUGH. September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

MARYBOROUGH. September 28. %#-CfjtalnM.ftMliajta of the Court of AaniM IhC 26lh.b iierirjjr 'Clarke, charged ; with robbery under nrrai near Natiaago, *«t aeutenced to $*rye»r»'j)enal aer»!iu<le. "Oeorge Bird, fuUiiJ pullty of lioreo atoal 'tat *M Mntencod to eighteen monlhi hard tabor. \ ; j; «?.. . jftftjelvjl tilling* will commence tu-J»y. The uall given fast night in aid nf the . fcnrc,ba»p of n jitMio fur tlio School ot Art* waeauocetalul, exoepma regard) attendance, wlilchwaa *ery amall; ..5Pj|»i%iartier la beautiful...

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CRUELTIES TO MAXIMILIAN BEFORE HIS EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

CRUELTIES TO MAXIMILIAN BEFORE HIS EXECUTION. The " New York Times" speaks of "the murder or Maximilian," stigma tises his murderers as " monsters," and says that tlw deed will convince the weld tiiat the Rmporor was rij^ht, and that men "infn cnpublc of such a rriiiie are incapable ol self-govern ment." .' Such men," adds the ?.Times," "are insensible alike to every sentiment of honor and to every dictate of prurience." In view of the .wide-spread publicity of the statement that the treatment of Maximilian previous to the date of the reported execution lias been in strict accordance with the laws ol civilised warlure-a statement founded on a telegram said to have bc-en sent by the unfortunate Prince to his Imperial brother-the following extracts from a jjrivate letter received by a gentleman hitherto con nected with an important Mexican mining enterprise, but now residing in New York, will be found of importance. TJie letter is dated Vera Cruz, June 9; -" If half the stories are tr...

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SYDNEY. September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

Hf SYDNEY. September 27. Tlielt*llw»y IiOtn debetc ia *iljourne<l till Woitnaadajr tittl. * An amendment to Mtenil the railway to Albnry has been moved. i At lhe produce «ale>( lo.dny, a clcady trttiiaew on dene. September 28. 4 Actine jirtpMntloria ere in i>roj>rem for Ihe reSftrtlonef UU Roytl iliglinons the Dolceof Ediobttrgb. ?,* Tbo B!»bop «r£ydaey<tt Wttorcring fto m iWeSecUftflili uti Accident. Trtd# I* dull.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

imctlisciitcnfs. L1KO UBDKR8. AVAILABLE LJbd ORDERS Purchased. Apply lo 27S R. J. MACICEN'ZIE. WANTED, AT the Criterion Hotel, Warwick, a first Gloss WAITER *n<l GROOM. None but experienced bands need apply. 302 DAVID BDGDEf^ TO SUEABKBS. SHEARING begins at Canning Downs on WEDNESDAY, the Ninth day of October. Applications to lie mads to FRANK WILDASH, Eta. Superintendent. Canning Downs, 1st October, 1867. 398 TO 8HKARGBS * WASHERS. SHEARING is to begin at Pikedale about the 1st October. 43,000 Slieep is be shorn. liAMBIIRS WANTED to tasiht in Limb ing 18,000 Kirea. Good men will be well paid. Piliodalo, 18til Sept., 18C7. 284 NPKCtAL NUTlCi: THIS Store will be CLOSED on TDESDAY Eraninp, the 8tb inatant, and will re-open & WEDNESDAY Kveuing, (lie 9tli Instant. » * JACOB IIOttWITZ Ic CO., Oommerci 1 Store*.' October 3,1807. ""' ' ' . ? 809 REMOVAL, if Bookseller a^td Ualloaer, BEOS to intimate that he has re moved to more central and commoilioua premises in PALMEUI...

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MELBOURNE. September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

MELBOURNE. %: .jt- ' September 27. , hwn gre»t floodj throughout : th« Colony. ^'Along theBarwop the crops Lave been [m>ow moderating. ,<* . September 28 IHtcUted llist *a action for libel hu MM eotnniMced by Air. E. B. H»rgr*ve! tfce proprietor* of tli« Arout hM MHiOOO.

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual meeting of this conncil was held on Thursday last, when there were present: - The Mayor, Aid* Bugden, Brown, Uoss, Crombie, Mor gan, and Affleck. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The Town Clerk read a petition signed by a number or the residents at the south end of Dragon and Palmerin etreets, praying that the road leading from those streets to Rosenthal might be levelled, and the holes and gullies filled up. On the motion of Alderman Roes, seconded by Aid. MORGAN, the peti tion was referred to the Improvement Commiitec, and to be reported upon at the next meeting of the Council. The Improvement Committee's re port No. 86 was brought up and read, which stated that they ha4 examined the Backwater Bridge, and considered it required sundry repairs. They re commended that the defective sleepers be replaced by new ones, and that a few loads of gravel be laid upon it. On the motion of the. Aid. Ross, seconded by the MAYOR, ...

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ADELAIDE. September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

H » ADELAIDE. Ir? " j BeptomW 27. ,«ITh« Wootaroo alialo is the ticheat in oil of ., 8cpI«mber2B. xbe Government h«« announced iU inten tion to brine in a bill In favor or tin e8t«b. Ililiment of ft F*d«ral Council of the Au». trail an Colon), e.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. It was staled in tfplyto question* put (I) bv Mr, GROOM, tlmt U wst- not the Intent? n of tha Government to place n sum on the Supplementary ISfttimHies to Assist trustees tn complying with the piovislomof th« Cume* tertes* Act; (2) ii> reply to Mr. WAr.SII, p«pon» were laid on the table with u-fcrruco to cetain details of anauthorWd expenditure: (8) it) reply to Mr. G. TSOUN. it v;an *aid that the Government had do pm»entintentiou of amal gamating the JSnjrinoarfor Roads and Colonial Architects departments; (4) in reply to Mr. OL ARK, that the Government feared the works on the Warwick Railway would not be sufficiently advanced to enable them to open It as far as Oambonya U November next, and that tbeybad no intention of stopping the further progiexs nf (lie Hue between Oiuubooya and AJIora; (6) <n reply to Mr. BKLL, that the Dalby line would be opened nn fnr as J no daryatt in November, and that It would be prooaeded with...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

It bos often been a matter of dispute and uncertainty by those taking up land under the clause* of the Leasing Act what is the true definition of the term .* cultivation," when it refers to one-sixth of their selection having to be cultivated. Mr. Lamb, the Secre tary for Lands stated in reply to a question in the House the other night, " that the Government had BO intention of restricting cultivation to any particu lar class of crops, provided the lands were broken up in a 'bona fide1 "^manner," The weather since our last has been very boisterous and changeable. On Monday night there was every appear ance of our being visited with a heavy thunderstorm. There was but a slight . fell of rain, however, the storm having probably spent itself in the neighbor hood. As we were going to press last night a heavy thunderstorm passed over the town, with a good downfall of tlie watery element, which will jirove very acceptable to the agricul turist. It will be seen from an advertise | mciit in...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THUBSDAY, SEPT. 26. The Hon. St. G. B. Gore moved tliendjourn maut of (be Hduse, in order iliat lie might make a personal statement <riili reference to certain proceedings Id Die other House, where imputations were thrjwn upon hia character to referenoo lo Ill's proceidings at a licensing meeting at Warwick. lie said the animut Which influenced the person making those Charge! against liiin (the spender) was well known to tile House, and was to be attributed to soma action taken by him in connection Willi . Jury Dill. * The FKESIQKNT staled that it was very undesirable that recrimination* should take place between the two lioiiien. I The Hon. Bt. O. R. GORH tlien quoted at length from the speech of Mr. Q'riutlivan. and explained to the House the prnceHHngR which took place on tho occasion refiarod to, when the publican's license was refused. Ho went fcto the merits of the Publican* Act. and con tended that he only carried out the conditions and require...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

NOTICE. NOTICE, WE bog lo iulorm our readers and advertisers that the " Examiner and Times" will in future be published Kwry SITU St BAY Morning. Thn next publication of this Journal will lie on Saturday next, the I 2tli of October. Advertisements will be received up to five o'clock, on Friday evening, and all favors will receive the strictest attention. COWTON &, IRWIN; Proprietors. October J*t, 18C7

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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1867. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS, (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

femrner Hitir Cintrs. M0B8DAF. OCTOBER 3, 1867. UTIiST rttGMPHIC NEWS. HffVeni Me Brtiiane paptn.) ' ROOKHAMPION. Sf*hJanil>er 27. ' A fltw rash liM Inken pUca to tlie Su^ar. toaC Mou»Uios, noir Itusewood.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

COMMERCIAL. BRISBANE,-The '' Brisbane Courier' of Saturday, saj-B : " Business lias been very quirt duiinn tlir fMt weekend complaints of ilulue>a of the limes *re rci eralC'l on all tides. The pre .ant, however, ii the dull season, ainl llio present may be looked on ax the laal of I lie month(%re two causes for ilulncn. In tlie markets there have Wn no change, hucI qiiolationa gland at lant week's ratet>. ' " lo|)b>iluce market there lias been no cbane^ except an regards flour mid maife, Tor both of which article* tliere is a good aoqulry aJL previous quotation*. The demand >. principally fur the Northern Port* And tiila di.lrict. lineal maize is in .mail supply, and realises prices a shade Under those previously tflWid. Bran and rollardare dull of sale. The enquiry for ay hat fallen off, hut pricet hare not, ,#liat>g«d. Potatoes are 'only unliable for Immediate consumption at £4 101. to £5 perrton." j IPSWICH.'-Saturday's " Queensland Timei" says: - .'"We have no ch...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPT. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

ISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TOBBDAY, SEPT. 25. OS Bit raotliin of Mr. HtOKGWStG, the j Went liito committee of Waye and Meant. attd,«tter making the usual formal (notion. lie said It «u n»«at in moving this resolution for colonial Treasurer toproeecd to mifajits OoUOtnl etatement.The practiau . of uolDpt) ^PreMniw bud liitbsHo been en tirely errftaeuui, Thett eyatem bad beon I" erar*«ttm)£e (be revenue and Mien square Ilia expetidttore accordingly. Ha bad calculated 4 tbe rafejtue.frma what it hitd acttully jiel.lud. \ ThedatoWi Ptiioa at the end of 1665 WHS Wt.'BJfcvjSi e*V»«dltut« in 1886 w«s £60j^CfWMi Wade tbe total of £6GG.028 ktSt :®#i Pt Tbe revenue , fur 1806, axtflmwW . U»d ordera, amounted . to£lW5W,lWlngUie debtor balance bi O'ght " ilir u tWa »e»r fil6S,769. 'The expenditure ftoui the tsWanuery t»the Slat of August «u '?Wmaleil ?) ' Ctipi frltl The Interest from JannarytoJiily WntiU fcinount.t" £IB7.<S43, and fiim Jab to Deoember, 1867, £tOS,m, making Ji total oflutere...

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MANSLAUGHTER NEAR WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

MANSLAUGHTER NEAR WARWICK. On Friday, September Stfth, before th« Police Magistrate, John Gillespie «m bronght up on remand, charged with having, on the 23rd inst., ut Hose Hill, inflicted such injnriM on Antony Killeen AI to cause hi* death. Mr. Oxenham appeared for the prisoner. The deposition of the deoessed, man ba$ heeu taken at the hospitalon the 26th inst., to presence of tlie Police Magistrate and the pri mmer. (t was put in evidence, and was, (a substancc, as fnjjowiI am a Uboier In the employ uf William Murker; I treat to Bon Ilill with an order to tfr. Unwin for tW.9 corn alieliipg machined; saw the prisoner coming up from towards the house; priaoner paid to me-'-You than'ttake one or the machines;' you mint leave it behind yonbe o#vpr told me the matter aent him; told' bim I would' not give bim the machine until the ntaktfp came up: we liotli jumped on the An f i ItsS." a piece of scantling in my ban 1, bat t did nob hit him with it i prisoner -then challenged me to figh...

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THE CULTURE OF CHICORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

THE CULTURE OF CHICORY. The following remarks on the culti vation of chicory-a plant for the production of which we believe this district to be well suited-are from a correspondent. "Cliicoiyis it perennial plant hearing a composite flower, which gives tlio name to (lie ciih-fimily «f the Chicoracta, which btlnogB to Iho family Compoiila. Ii tits n fusiform root, liko a carrot. The whole plant Is hitler an<I aramalin. " Chicory is chiefly cultivated in Belgium and Germany, for the purpme of preparing from the rout a powder which can he 6Ub stituteil fur coffee. This has become A con siderable article <f commerce. The con sumption of it and consequent demand bus increased so rapidly thatibe Home Govern ment thought proper to put a heavy import duty on it. To have the roots in perfection. ti)C seed should be own like that «f cirrote, in drills, in September; if sown sooner, ihey arc apt to run to seed. The land should be rich, deep, ami light. The pinshould be th...

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