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

Comsgimbtnre. (7b the Editor of the Examiner and Timet,) Sin,-If Mr. O'Reilly thinks that I am going to reply la his leltcr which appeared In your issue ,of .the 2nd inst., lie, ia mis taken. I believe the subject upon which he writes and abuut which be mnkes to many mis statements has been exhausted, and I am satisfied that I have done my duty to the public mid the Warwick Hospital. It would be easy for Anybody acquainted with the circumstances to disprove his state, muntp, nnd to show tint in order to make the best nf a bad case he has nut been very particular in staling the truth. Huwevcr, he doubtless considers that "the end justifies the means." and it is evident thitt nrguinents have as much effect upon Mr. O'Utilly as bullets upon the hide of a rhinoceros, Tlie only regret I have in connexion with this affair it that Mr. O-'Rielly has en deavoured to excite peoples feelings by mnkini: this a rdiginus question, whereas, in reality, religion has nothing to do with it; end the w...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Agricultural. WINE AND WINE-MAKING ON THE DARLING DOWNS. No. I. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

Agricultural. WINE AND WINE-MAKING ON I THE DARLING DOWNS. No. I. {To the Editor of the Examiner atid Times.) SIB,-According te promise 1 scud you (his paper on " Wine-making," in continua tion of the important :iul>ject, "Culture of the Grape Vine on the Darling Downs," about which I wrote in your last issue. I cball commenco with the wine-press. A screw press id most convenient, as it lakes up lei* room. My press I made myself. It is a trough, six feet long by four feet wide, one foot deep, and two feet from Iho ground, and f amed strong enough to bear (lie pres sure of the screws. I have two small wooden screws and a short lever, a screw at each end of the lever, working in a frame. At the back of the screws there is a frame made to fit tlio bottom of the press, with small wood bars like a sieve or rasp at the bottom, and left wide enough to allow the grapes to pass through. The grapes are shut into this first and rubbed backwards and furwards across the bare of "he rasp, the ...

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THE RUST IN WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

THE llUST IN WHEAT. {To (he Editor of (he Examiner and Timet.) Sin,-One of your correspondents wishes to knuw wlut will cure the rust in whent. The cnuse of the rust must be first found before tho care can he attempted. I should advise Ijim to nttend tho next meeting of the Eastern Downs Horticultural nnd Agri cultura] Association, when most likely that subject will l>c discussed there. In the meantime I will make a few rcniniks upon this question. F^ur years ago the runt dis troyed most «»f the wheat on tho l)ownF. The winter nan a wet one; the rrop looked very protuiFinj until tho wheat catno out into ear and commenced to blossom. Wliea tho rain ceane<l the weather became very warm, the lliernii.meter rising to 05 n:i i 97 deg. in the shade fur several days. At onee tliu rust showed itself, not on tbs wetcet ground but on the ilryest (daces firtt, and on the lightest land. That year the cause of the rust was said to he the wet winter, hut this season lias been dry, a...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

j focal Jutellipcf. We cannot help expressing our re gret that a misunderstanding lias arisen between a member of the Warwick Hospital Committee and that Com mittee. As public journalists we have given prominence to our reports and several letters upon the subject, but as we consider that this matter has been thoroughly discussed, we must for the future decline to insert any more let ters upon it, except as advertisements. When we consider the usefulness of this noble institution, and the able and creditable manner in which it has hitherto been conducted, we should indeed be sorry to see its efficiency im paired and its usefulness interfered with in any way. We are glad (o see that (he Im pounding Amendment Act, although not carried as originally proposed by our member, provides that half the driving fees shall go towards the sup port of the nearest hospital, and we trust that this will act as a stimulus to those who ought to exert themselves at this time of the year to solicit sub ...

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Poetry. AMARANTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

Jjorfrj. AMARANTH. Ob, Lovo I tlie dearest Ihcme of all, Tlie oldest uf the world's old stories. No fairer (ate can e'er befall A |>«;t than to sing thy glories. And as Anacreou confessed, In verses full of power and passion. His lyre would praise lore liofct, The world bas folio tred tn the fashion, Oli'. Horace, in the classic days. Sang sweetest of Lore's fatal arrow ; Catullus wrote an ode in praise Of Lesbia ani tier pretty sparrow; Bersngor sang of bis Lisette; And Burns to Mary brimmed tlie chalice* There's Beatrice-Dante's pet; The Laureate's Adeline and Alice. And still to Lore the lyio is strung. Still Eros rules our modern measures: There's not a maiden's oauiu unsung. No phase of Love's eternal pleasures. Love beoLons tn the painter's dream. Makes music iu the poet's metre. O'er youth and age he rules supreme; Can any other sway be (wester ? And etlll the tongs of all the world Shall celebrate Love's endless blisses; While on a neck a tresi Is curlM. And while ft red ...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS I COURT. I TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. ("Before the Police Magistrate,] Several of the cates set down tor hearing to-day were settled out of court, J. Horwitz and Co. v. M'Gecvor.-£4 7s. Jd. for goods so) j am| delivered. Mr. Ad. denbrooke Tor plaintiff. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff with cost*. Same v. M. Roggenkamp.-£13 56. 9d. for goods sold and delivered. Mr. Addeubrooke for plaintiff. No appearance or defendant. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. MitclielI v. M'Geevcr.-£7 14. Id. on a promisnpry note. Mr. Fuller for plaintiff. The defendant did not appear. In answer tu a question from the Bench, plaiutiff said that ho had not seen defendant to demand payment from liim ; th«; mte wof liven plaintiff's ajH'iit, Mr. H.intuiue. Ti.n case was temporarily postponed for (he cviuei co of Mr. Rnnsnme, who came forward at a later stage, and testified that he had wit nessed the note, and that it was to be paid to him Verdict forplaimiff with costs. Aspintll v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

! TO STAND THIS SEA.60N, | AT KOBTfl TOOLBIjRRA, rjiHE well-known Draught Ilorse, Honest Tom. Tbiutx Single tnaic, .. £'2 10 0 Two <>r mure mares <jucl». 2 5 0 Well grassed and watered pfiddock. Ever}- caru taken but ui> ttwpouwLUily in, ' I cuircd. I All mart's to l>c rcuiuvcd l.v I si .T-iruiajy liicst. - ** . .jw Tntjs. corns,

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Miscellaneous. THE TEETHING BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

HHiscellaueous. THE TEETHING BABY. Did you never dwell n while on tliat jolly, plump, cushiony appearance the bonny little creature present! jnst before tcctliing com mences, in contrail with tbat it nil! present about tbe time tbo trying process is over? Mticli could be said of the very different feeling it inspires in tbe two cases; but my object is to remark tbat the kind Father of all. vise in all his operations, in not ntiytvhero more in than here. Forseeing that in five cases out of six, or perhaps nine out of ten. there will be great heat of the mouth in teething, and therefore sympathetic irritability of the whole lining of the body, sod that in consequence the mncous membrane, not only of tbo stomach, but of the bowels throughout, will be so dis ordered as to make any proper assimilation of nourishment difficult, even if it be received at all, two or three times more flesh than is abso lutely Deeded for present use is givon to tbo little one, to be held in (took, end to be ...

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The Story Teller. A TRADITION IN OUR FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

©|)t Siorg Ctller. A TRADITION IN OUE FAMILY. Ia thou good old timet wlicn men were hanged for everything or anything, a rogue *n duty exeouted at Tyburn. It was eoon over. The drop foil-a. strong convulsion .hook him for a minute-the tool wm launched Into eternity; for an hour the body was swung on tho gibbet, and then was cut Sown and handed over to the faculty for dis section. Body-matching waa a lucrative profession ia those day*.-'Whether' Jack Ketch ac quired rested rights In the subjects he mani pulated. and entered the market in competition With resurrection men, or whether the sheriff determined what school or what Individual should profit by tho remains of those who hail boen unprofitable to society, the learned In laws, manners, and outturns may tell. " The faculty" In this intense waa a then cele brated lecturer whose researches needed sup plies of the kind. A shell was procured,,and the corpse conveyed to tha surgeon's dUscct . log-room. It was summer, and very sultry. ...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The full owing duties are payable under the i now Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last£ s. <3. i Draft* and Promissory Nott*<- j For every £50 and tinder, and every fractional part of £50 above 0 1 0' Bills of £!zzhangt.-{ningle) ditto, ditto ., .. .. .... 010 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sets of two or more), cadi, frr every £50 0 0 C Receipts.-For all sums of 20s. and upwards, each .. .. .. 0 0 1 Cheques or Orders*-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 Bank Notes.-For every £100 of tbe average annaual circulation 9 0 0 Deeds of Conveyance of Property. For every £50 and under .. .. 0 7 6 { Above, and not exceeding £100 0 15 0 For every fractiona* *%rl of £100 abovo ., 0 16 0 Agreements/-Of the value of £5 and upwards 0 2 C | Xote.-where letters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will be sufficient for one of theni to be stamped with a duty of 5s. Bills of Lading t-or copy thereof 0 1 0 j For every receipt, or copy thereof j ...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CU>SE ron Biisbane, fpswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowooinba, on {Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. Maryland nud the Northern Districts of I New South Wales An Mondays, at 7*30 a.m. I and on Thursdays, at 3 30 p.m. | Talgai Itccf, Leyburn, Western Creek and i Gnondiwiudi, on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. N.B. Letters for Glenelg. Warroo, Pikcdale, j Olenlyon. Texas, and Fraeers Creek, are for warded by this mall. MAILS ARRIVE FROM Brisbane, Ipswich, Allora, Spring Creek, Drayton and Toowoomba on Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays, at 6 p.m. Talgai Reef, Leyburn, and Western Creek ou Wednesday, at noon. Letters addressed to places beyond the colony bearing an insufficient number of stamps on are rent to the General Pbst-ofSce to be opened and returned to the writers; as also letters re-posted bearing stamps which have been obliterated or defaced Letters are registered b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

THE hammer anitr ©mes IS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every MTIIROAK MORNING, 1B Din for Ibt OdI(«1b( IHftib. The *0100111 of Subscription it FIVE BHILLINQS per quitter, In kit cases in adranes. Single copies, SIXPENCE. BCAIiK OF CHABGES FOR ADVER TISING a. d. Tiro line* 1 0 Fonrdo. 2 0 SI* do t 6 Sight da. a 0 Eveijr additional el* lines or abler la. DlSCJOUM' On IS oonseoutive iosartiona 20 per cent. » ... 88 All Advertisements muat apeclfy on thetr bee the number of (tmea they in to he in eerted; if sent in without thia specification, raeh advertisement* will be inaerted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements muat ho aent in not later than t p.m. on Fridays. (Man lor withdrawal or alteration moat be r Nog-subscribers' advertisement* mast be paid for previous to insertion. Marrlagei, Births, and Deaths, li per insertion. AGENT IN 8YDNKV Messr*. Gordon and Goteh. George-street AGENTS IN BRISBANE Mr. Q. D. HlMtoov, Stationer & News Agent, School of Aria...

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GLENGALLAN STATION [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

GLENGALLAN STATION One of the pleasantest places that the traveller meets on coming over the Downs on his journey to Warwick is that of Glengallan, the station of John Deuchar, Esq. On a slightly elevated piece of ground on the banks of a creek, commanding a view to the north-east and west of the rich undu- lating plains of this part of the Downs, is situated the head-station. The worthy pro- prietor in well known as one of the pioneers and oldest inhabitants of the Downs, and through his enterprise in importing at a heavy expense the best breeds of sheep and cattle from Europe, he has succeeded in pro- ducing a description of wool which for its   length of staple and fineness is well known   amongst all the wool buyers at home. In addition to the extensive improvements which have of late years been carried on, there is now in course of erection a large   stone mansion, which for the style of archi-   tecture, and the substantial c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 9 November 1867

WANTED, A COOK at Glenelg. Apply to JOHN M'ARTHUB. 848 Glenelg. WANTED. A GENTLEMAN of Experience wants . situation as TUTOR and STORE KEEPER combined, or either of tliflni. [le ference to J. M'ARTHUB. ESQ., Glenelg. 844 Leyburn. SHEARERS WANTED. WANTED, at MARYLAND. TWO SHEARERS. Must be good shearers. 861 A. WYNDHAM. WANTKD. TENDERS for the ERECTION OF A COTTAGE on tlio Fclton Agricul tural Reserve. Plan »nd Speclficiilhin to be soon at tho Examiner and Times Office, Albert-street, Warwick. HOGORTH & BEATTIE. 351 Qlcngallan. wi\ti:D. TENDERS for PLOUGHING 300 ACR1SS OF LAND will Uo received by tlio undersigned. I'lio plortgliing to be si* inches deep. The land is Tree from timber, and lion on the Fial on the nortli <>r (lie Clifton Agricultural P.c»ervc, and cast of tho road from Warwick to Tonwonuiba. No Tende r to bo for less than Fifty acrcs. GEO. H. DAVENPORT. Queens Hotel, 353 Brisbane. NOTICE. THE BANKS in this town will be closed this dsy (SATURDAY), o...

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Parlaimentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE THURSDAY, NOV. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

Ijailiamtntari} Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLE THURSDAY, NOV. 7. Mr. PALWRlt asked for the opinion of (he Hounc whether the new Parliamentary Buid» Inge should be finished, partly finished, or left as they were, A debate ensued, aud the opinion of lion, members appeared to be that tlio building should bo inn«1e fit for occupation. Mr. PALMER gave notice of motion on the buhject for Tuesday next. The discussion relative to the return of sums paid to membera of the Assembly was revived by Mr, Mackenzie, aud Route warmth of feeling was intioduccd Into It. The sub ject irns then dropped. Mr. GHOOM moved-" That this House, at ' its next meeting do resolve Into a committee I of the whole, to constrict' of an addfess to the Oovcrooi', praying that hm Exd'Hency will be pleased to cautc prnvi»i»ns to be made of the loan vote for the construction of the Dally j Railway, for the payment of the wages due j to the subcontractors, and Dnlby Railway ! laborers, prior to the works being taken p...

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"Examiner and Times Office, Friday, 6 o'clock, p.m. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROOKHAMPTON. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

"Examiner and Times Office, ' Friday, 6 o'clock, p.m. (FHOM OUR OWN OOEBEBPONDENT.) EOOKHAMPTON. November 15. ? , Power and Cahill, the two escort troopers, were found dead near.Bed ford s public hou.Be, on the Mackenzie ' Hirer, A bullet had been sent through each ot' their heads; they are also ' supposed to have been poisoned, as ^fivo pigt, having eaten their vomit, *V#rere found lying dead twside them. Gold Commiwiiroer Griffin has been arrested on suspicion of the murder. ' .5

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POISONING OF THE PEAK DOWNS GOLD ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

POISONING OF THE PEAK DOWNS GOLD ESCORT. The telegram* from Hockliampton itato (be .hooking fact of the Clermont cacort Imvtng been pol»one4 on their toad up. The pnlleo Authorities hire received foliar information, which leave*, little doubt thnt the men lure been tilblhr tnardercd. forthesateof obtain-1 fai? posietsfon of' the money they curled, i they bad with them £4000-their c&iuping I place wm clou bsMds ft public-haute, aud their baving been pniannea ivag proved from the f»ct of come piga that bad eaten *tnff re iected bf the ?lomoeht uf the men, having, Immediately died. Mr. Griffin. Mr. Abbott, luipector Elliott, nud Detective Kilfedder have pnne tip to the cccue or the occurrence. further particular* of the paUouing of th ? P«k Down* cecart men have beon receiv,sd fll tOfffl. "" The men acre found lying on their rug« at | ' their camp, about 800 yard* from Bedford'* | poiiliohnUM.at Mackenalc. The £<000 ponncie in uotci, which the en-' enrt were taking t...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

FRIDAY, NOVEMBEU IS. [Before the Police Magistrate.] Fleming y.CJonei,-1'iiiuiiD sparged tlm defendant witb illcgolly detniuin? . black home belonging to Itim, branded NIC on the near cliouldcr. The action arose not of (be : alleged stile of tlie horto ID qncalion, which the defendant swore wae paid fur, and wbicb the plaintiff «s positive!/ denied. Tlw cane «li adjourned until the S!2od instant, for the production of further evidence.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Before the Police Magistrate and W. C. Balls. Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

TUESDAY, NOVEUBEB 12. [Before the Police Magistrate and W. C. Balls. ESQ.. J.P.I A Special Court of Petty Session* for the isiue »f publican*' lioenaei wan held at 12 o'clock noon to-day. Henry Kries applied for a publican'i licence fur the Prince Alfred Hotel, in Guy nireet. ' Mi. Oxenhatn appeared for tbe applicant. There hot lieing a quorum of magiutrmeB on the Bench,(he application w-a« adjourned fur one month.

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MELBOURNE. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 16 November 1867

MELBOURNE. November 11. ! To-tnorrniv'K Gazette is likely to notify the 1 dissolution of l'.irlianici.t. November l'J. I The race fettling is unsatisfactory. I Niisinefis is dull. | Tliero wan u collision on ilin Hriulilon i . U.nWv.iy tu.day, by which 6uvei.»l i>ei\sous wci'u injured.

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