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CULTURE OF THE GRAPE VINE. ON THE DARLING DOWNS. (To the Editor of the Ezamin[?] and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

CULTURE OF THE GRAPE VINB. ON THE DARLING DOWNS. (To the Editor of the Ezaraittn *aJ Thmst.) Eiu,-I bare been requested by several farmers atid gardeners in this district to publish the results of my experience in vine planting, pruning, end wine making. la tlx lirpt piece I will commence with the ohoice of ground; the place selected should have mi easicrn aspect if possible; avoid stiff .clay,, I>i|>cclay, and linjestoue; a light loam «r. red loam is the beat, and if It contains iron it will be all the better suited. Ill* ground sliould be trenched tiro feet deep, and the - top turned to tbe bottom. If It ii poor ridge ground, il should be well manured, « and some rotten dung placed. In the ground at the time of trenching. - .' Id planting, lay dawn the line north and sonlb. With the tape, measure five feel distances, potting in a peg at each. for tba whole length of the. ground, Bemave Abe line oaat and west, and pig out the note as the other line, five feet apart. The peg*,...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

WAfc'TICD, A COOK at Glenelg. Apply to JOHN. M'ARTHUB. S18 Glenelg. WANTED. A GENTLEMAN of Experience wants t xilualion is TUTOn and STOKE KKEP1S6 combined, or eillcrr of tliem. Re ference to }. M AllTHDK, EfQ . Glenelsr. 844 Lejborn. £30 Benartf o any person who will give iuformai tlon which will lead to the conviction of person or parsons IHtBAEING DOWN FENCES on Farm at Bandy Creek, known at Fleming's. 339 ARMITSTEAD & PARR. £5 REWARD. LOST, from near Warwick, the fol lowing HORSESOue cliesnut home, brandrd triangle on near (boulder, 4 off shoul der ; blind on off side: and one Roan HOMO branded W over 4 near shoulder, TT over I) off shoulder. If stolen the above reward will he given to .ny person or persona giving such informa tion as will teaa to the conviction of the offen der or offenders; and £2 ilewnrd if strayed. PETER UEIBELf. 333 Dragon-street, Warwick. CSO REWAB8. STOLEN or STRAYED from Koreelah, b dark Bay or Brown IIORSE, collar marked, branded writing B under...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAT, OCTOBER 29. After some formal business The Proviuciul Couqc{i Act 'Amendment, Bill vu brought up and nad a first tinie,«n the motion of Mr. Aboh*B. Mr PUGH presented. petition from the Msyor and Corporation of the city of Brit batie ia favor of the bHt now before the Honte with reference to the b;idge. ' The consideration in committee of the Pastoral Leases Bill was postponed till thst day week. . The House then went into committee on the Crown Lsnds Sale Bill. Several new amendments had been circulated amoncat kon. members daring the roorninu, emanat ing from Mr. Areber and Mr. Filegerald, which amendments were to aome extent different to (hunt preTfaasly brought tinder the notice of the House. Mr. AUCMER and Mr. FITZGERALD nevemlly explained their amendments at eoni" length, and the COLONIAL TKEASUUEIt and the MINI8TEU for LANDS cucli slated the objections entered by Oie Government. Ultimately, on the mjtion of Mr. S.\NDEMAN, the Chairman left the cl...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Ftom tht Jtritbant papert.) TOO.WOOMBA. October 98:-Bain tl falling, hearlljr, »i»b .Tary pmpeot of ita contlnuanoe, A Chinaman h Si), the hotputal, aufftring from leprniy. Fraser'ti Jiropertlea. toll by Mr. W. H. Qroom, on Saturday, realised £1050. Intolvent properties offered for sale fay ane (ion to-dny vers withdrawn, there being op attendance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

* . THE draitmter mtiEr Wms, IB PUBMSBKD IN WARWICK S*«7»AT«*e*r HOBKIIVfi, ta n* ftr Uk» Omtgoiag Malls/ c"°r Snhioription It FIVE ~® *LI«INO 8 par qnarter, in all cuu in MTanee. Single ooptei, SIXPENCE. , SCALE OF CBABOES FOB ADTER. TI8ING i_ Two Itoei j' 0 VparSo. 8 0 8tX do. J 6 Ktffatdd* 3 0 9*mf a4ditiooa! aix lion or tinier la. - .1 Dmcocxt W18 OoneefmtlTe inurtiont SO per «ent. . ' .. .. 33 " J"®JAdrerileeraenti muit apeclfy on tbeir TMttbe number of tlmei they are to be in serted; tfaentfn without tbla apecifioution tewh ajrarHaewent* will be Inaerted until vbanMnaoded, and charged for accordingly. < U »®» not later than »p.m. on Fridayj. Onto* for fittidnwil or alteration xnuat ba written, Kon-aobacrfbera' airertiiemenU moat be .pajdnr prerioos to loaettion. Marriage!, Birth), and DutUi, Si. per fTIHnlOfti j AGENT IN SYDNEY ?ft***. Qftflioa and Getch, jBtotge-ttntt ^ . AOENXS ItfBBISBANE: Mr. 3. Wiua, South BriiUne. fMNK.4)F NEW SOUTH WALES, - / Warwick. fpfitis...

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MELBOURNE. October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

MELBOURNE. October 26. 1 A woman han identified the bodi«« found drowned at 81. Hilda m tlioie of Mrs. Johnson j of Ballarat, and. har child. Ootobar S9. fot Thompson, (lie bookmaky, iuw an nounced hb willingnes* to consare booka with tha Sydney and Queenalandventletneo who hare beta with him, and toarraWeall en naoments by bank draft, or with thfir friend* in Melbourne to pay and receWa. f Mr. Ed den, formerly'a Miniapr of tha Crown.U dead. ?

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

SYDNEY. October 28.-The Waratah Coal Company hu declared a dividend of ten per cent. A large sale of augara by auction, at tower pricoa, took place to-day. The Governor baa welded to poitpone hit departure till after tie visit of Pnnce Alfred. Yellow Uilljr ttie bushranger baa been (en-, tenood to,twenty yews' imprisonment. A German newtpaper fa about to be itarted Id Sydney. It ii mated that Hiclcsy hai positively re futed to row Green ngalo. Green hat entered a proteat againat tbe etakea <n the bite match being handed orcr to Hickey, on the ground that the other b»t repeatedly croaaed the bowa of hi* boat during the raoe. October 29. The now mbaion abip John Waaley baa arrived. Mickey Jiai beta awarded tbe atakee for tbe lata race, Gieen'a baekera deelare their Inten tion to aue the atake*holdera. The Cuited Insurance Compart*** report aboira a aurplua of cearly £12,000, after paying a dividend of tea per cent. The Florenaa Irving haa tilled for Dijp base,.

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

^ailramtufars Intelligence. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. . The COLONIAL TREASURER, tn reply to Mr. Pugh (aid tint tlie Government would Itj on the table » return of the moneys realised by lbs aale of land in Brie tano under tlie Parllaoikary Bulldlnge Act j end the menuer in wflHthoae moneys hare been expniided. In rfply to Dr. ChalllBOr, the COLONIAL i SECKETAUY staled that the Government had partially drafted a bill for regulating tlie immigration of South' Sea laUndera, but lie wat afraid it would not be ready for Intro duotionthia eeesion. On tlie motion of Mr. ARCHER, tlie Honae reaolved to conttder, In committee, the propriety of granting an additional anm of £1000 towards the building of a hospital. at Botkhamptoo. Mr. UACALI6TER carried a motion for1 the production of all correspondence be- 1 tween the Government and the Briabane Gaa Company relative to the leas* of the land occupied by them, his reason for tabling the motion being to rebut certain accusations which bad been made agt...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS FROM THE DIGGINGS. October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

LATEST TELKGRAM8 FBOM THE MG&1MS October 29. I Home of tbo claimi on rroipector a Qully ere turning out rerj licit. One man named St. Ledger it known to be picking up an average of % pound weight of gold pet day in ainall nugget*, and ia {tiling wa«h dirt. Thirty or forty mora dUrcera are getting payable gold. Tbe remainder an doing nothing at f>retent. Projecting ia very difficult, tbaie being no water nearer tbau the rirer, wbieb la it mile diiUnt. The pioapecting ia therefore very imperfect, ao few on the ground having meana or experience. The country for tnllet round iiat the aame eeobglcil character an that In tbe neighbour hood of Proipeetor'a Oully and the color baa been fonad everywhere. Old diggers are constant tliat tbe gold<field will prove a vary extenihra one. A large meeting watbeld in theOourt-bouae latt night, at which reeolutiem were paaaed aaking the Government for an escort; and for tbe eanendittira of one tbouaand pounds in improving the roa...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A special meeting of the Council was held on Monday last. Present The Mayor, Aldermen Thornton, Ross, Bugden, F. Morgan, Crombie, Even ton, and Affleck. The minutes or ihe previous meet ing were read and confirmed. A letter was read by the Town Clerk from himself to the Corporation, in which he tendered his resignation as rat* collector, and stating hit willing ness to forego £50 per anuum from his salary, if the Council should think proper to appoint a rate collector. The MAYOR said he intended to op pose the suggestion, of the Town Clerk. He believed that if they were to ap point a rate collector, on account of the depressed state of the times they would not get in the rates any better, and it would only be adding additional expense to the council. He considered it would be far better to go on as they were at present till the end of the present municipal year. He was also strongly opposed to the ap pointment of a town overseer. When the worka which were ...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Before the Police Magistrate, W. C. Balls, Esq., J.P., and J. Selke, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

^£GunK:oa0ter, wAftWipK. J a. OOJOBEB 2& TBefore the folifee ftfagiattate, W. C. ; J P., wd J. Selke, aiaetoenmen, aheepwaabers, were tammowtj by Leonard E. Letter, E»q., manager of we North British Austra lian Company's elation of Rosenthal, for neglecting and refining to fulfil their agreamenta at hired servants. From the eri^Mce, ifi^peared that on the morning of the 24th iott, die men refuted to go to work unlets a certain boor waa fixed for them to atop work. Their working boon bad commonly been from 8 o'clock a.m. to 4 o'clock but nO specified hours were men in the Agreement The Beach 1 Ae; tgen to return to their I j;whkfa,after a oontultation among tt»maii*e« held outside the Court Eotne, they ultimately agreed to do, and to pay 8a. 0d. each, co*ta.of court. Bitnon Agiutefcna waa brought up 0tt3WTnand, cnaroed wuh cattle stealing. Kothing material waa added to the evidence which waa publithed in our 'ffipitTt of thia case fut week. The priaooer *raa committed lor tri...

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EFFECT OF THE NEWS IN BRISBANE. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

EFFECT OF THE NEWS IN BIUSfcAhTE. (From the Courier.) Without any positive rcaioa to warrant it, the eicitemenj in Brisbane (lie new gold-fieM is increasing, and was more ittiui fiifit on Tuesday th.-n ire hare yet. observed it. Great numbers of perHnns have left, and are leaving, overland for Qympie Creek; and ft is out an exaggeration to say flint hundreds ara now on tbe road. Plenty of provisions, are being forwarded also, and tliere is no reason to suppose that tbe digger* will suffer much from scarcity of snpplioa. Various private telegrams were rcoeived yesterday, all Indica ting tbe faith of tbe persons sending theio in the success of tbe gold-field. Up North, too, tbe feeling is strong in their favor, and the Clarence left Rockhainpton yesterday morn ing, crowded with digger! bound for Qyinpie Creek. Our telegrams from Maryborough, published in another column, are not of a start ling character, but they are decidedly encour aging, and will be read in that light by all experi...

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THE MARYBOROUGH GOLDFIELD. GREAT EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

THE MARYBOROUGH GOLDFIELD. GREAT EXCITEMENT. The Guardian (if Tuesday Ust enyf: This gold-field is now almost the only topic nf general conversation in the metropolis, and there U no doubt that a great "leal of excitement exists on the eutject. A large numkor of persons b«ve made their arrange ments fur fallowing thoso who have already started fur tile new dii;<;inj>Ki and wo hnv* heard of icsMnces io which individuals bnvo made some sacrifice of their positions, iu order that (lie; might try their luck. The utearocr Laichlnudt, which arrived yesterday from M.iryborough, brought 114 ounces of gold. Mourn. Fisvello and Co., of Qncen-street, arc now exhibiting a speci men of the precious metal, in the shape of a nugget weighing 10 uz. 17 dwis. It ia a fine sample of surface gold, and it contains «re should suppose, about 8 oz. of pure metal. A gentleman, who hei list] cigV* year's experience of gold mining in Victoria, communicate! Willi us an follow*: - "I saw the nugge...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

NOTICE:. We beg to remind those of our subscribers toho have not yet paid their subscriptions for the present quarter, that the next quarter of thU journal unit commence on th4 Ifth November, and they u>iit oblige hy calling upon us and paying their subscriptions as etrly as possible. The twn a/ bs. per quarter (juini tn ad' ?Hnse) is in itself Mmallf but wnen any number of these remain unpaid is not only inconvenient to us, but, tchtn.lcft till another quarter, appears more in convenient for our subtcribers to pay. It. A. COWTON, SAML. WVW.

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CROWN LANDS SOLD IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

CROWN LANDS SOLD IN TUB NEIGHBORHOOD OF WAR WICK. At foot will be seen the results of a return rawed for by our member, Mr. 6. Cla&X, showing bow much money has been received at varioua times by the Government for land sold in this district Ibis it a most important return for in, and vat asked for by Mr. Glabk when there was an en deavour made to knock the Warwick Railway on the head, to show what a large amount of money had been con tributed directly by this district, and that we had in a great measure already paid for our railway. It will be seen that there has actually been sent out of this district no less a sum than £180,000 for the purchase of land .tone, exclusive of large annual pay ments for land taken up under the Leasing Clauses Act, for which the district is liable, and this we may safely anticipate is only a tithe of what drill be invested in land, providing a liberal laad bill is passed this session. We trust that in legislating for the War . wide railway, parl...

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TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

TO ADVERTHEKH We would say that tho largely in creased circulation which we have lately obtained is.a sufficient groof of the good medium which this Journal affords to advertiseri. Parties wishing to become subscribers will please forward their names and. addresses to, the Office, Albert-street.

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Correspondence. THE REV. J. O'REILLY AND THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

Correspondence THE REV. J. O'REILLY AND THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. (To the Editor of the Examiner and THmee.) Sir,-Tn conseqtieucc of the proceeding* of i the Warwick Hospital committee At their J«wt meeting. I beg to intrude on your velm».jlc time and ppace for tlic insertion of the follow* log correspondence, together with my rc« marks tbcreou, and on the proceedings above mentioned: " Warwick, 17th Oct.. 1867. "The Rev. J. OKeilly, Warwick, *' Dear Sir,-I see by the Warwick Argus ofyealeiday that you thought proour to ad* dress the Warwick llocpiiat Committee tfeougb tlie press. .' 0£ course, you cannot expect that the com mittee will en far forget their petition ar to reply to your Attack through (he same channel, and AS the member who moved the resolutions of which you complain, I shall considei it my duty to re-open the question at the next com* mittce meeting. "I now inform you of this, so tlut yaa may attend, aiuI not be nble to repeat that you were attacked behind vunrbnek. [ ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 2 November 1867

focal |nteilrgfnff,. NATIONAL SCHOOL, WARWICK.-An examination of this school was he!d on. Friday, Saturday, and Monday last, by J. G. Anderson, E:q" District Inspec tor. The numbers present were boys, 12a; girls, 84; total, 209; out of a roll of-boys, 152; girls, 97; total, 249shotting an increase on the roll of 32 boys and 24 oirlfl, as com pared with the corresponding period of list year. The boys are taught in two divisions, senior and junior-the former under the charge of the Master, Mr. J. S. Kerr, and the latter under the charge of an assistant, Mr. 11. B. Palmer. The girls are taught in one division, by Miss Condren. The Rev. Messrs., Panvers and Bolting attended during Monday, and manifested great j interest in the examination, the former gentleman remaining until its close. .The various classes were questioned on the usual branches taught in primary schools, and acquitted themselves well. The writing in both the boys* and girls' departments was especially commended for the ...

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STEAM COMPANIES. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

STEAM COMPANIES. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Fimei.) SIR,-I have read with considerable attention alt the letters in the Sydney Murning Iterate from the Shareholder in the A. S. N. Company and the Shareholder in the Q. 6. N. Company, and AS I am perhaps more competent than either cf them to give a. calm and diapas«iouata opinion upon the subject I purpose troubling you with a few remarks. 1 will Gut premise that I am not a Share holder in either Company, but one who bat lost more money In steam than perhaps any indi victual in this colony. I have therefore no in terest whatever on either aide, but au earnest ; desire for the welfare of both* end also of that 1 very sagacious body known as the public. I regret exceedingly the personal spirit I "which characterises these letters, aud although I I can sympathise with each in the desire to protect its own interest, yet no real good svill bo accoinjiltfiiicd by one throwing out hard words and evil insinuations against the other. S...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. Tliere wero only fifteen members present, at half-past 3 o'clock, or one short of the number requisite to form A quorum; and therefore, the Speaker Adjourned the House, until the following day.

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