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Examiner and Times. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

femtnet" imfr Cimcs. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1867 THE opinions entertained by many per sons as to the province and duties of a journal are not a little peculiar, some times amusing, often provoking. With some it should tbe the chief means of outlet for die expression of their petty interests, malice, or passions, while others search its pages, indignantly when in vain, for prominent record of the vices, slander, and bestiality which may disgrace the district, and provoke the ears of the unfortunate, if privi leged, sitters in banco. Some deroga tory ideas respecting our own action in the matter of furnishing " news," as it is termed, having reached us it would be best perhaps to attack the matter boldly. Certain principles govern or ought to govern the. respectable portion of the press, and from those principles we shall not allow ourselves to deviate. It is nbt necessarily the province of a newspaper to furnish every minute item of intelligence, or of evidence in cases before a court, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LEASING BILL. (To the Editor of the D. D. Gazette) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

THE LEASING BILL. (To (he Editor of the D. T). Oazclte ) Pin,-The dieeubaion evoked on tliu Leasing Hill lias not been unproductive of good results, Tlio oleotors of OI nvtoll and Toowoomba have almost unnnimously condemned the .measure; and even the Courier and the Queensland Times liuvc, in their leading columns, clearly ad mitted its ruinous results as exemplified at tho roeent s ilos at Toowoomba and Warwick, The ll'ariwi ArytJt, howefer, has taken the oppo site aide and has laboured bard to demonstrate the fallacy of my arguments. This journal was remarkable a short time ago for its hold, outspoken, and decidedly democratic (one. It held the cause of the farmer with much ability, and its strictures on the great magnates sur lounding Warwick were written with stern ness and severity. Its former views on the pre-emptive right policy were beyond ques tion wise aud just, and X congratulated the Warwick community 011 possessing an otgtn which fearlessly exposed their wrongs and wron...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

IToral Jntcllrgmcf. We have to express our thanks for the cour tosy vt the M;iy«r a id <?«;r|»ornii'»ii in facili tating -o readily our access to (he epeeebsH given on litis iutoreiitin r occ&biun of the Governor's visit. Hy a typographical en or, owing doubtless to the sudden change in our nnuu^omeiits, it will be seen thai our |»iuuciit hbuo id dated Friday instead of Thursday. LAND fiunvuys-Tenders arc .called far the survey of the unsurveved portion of the War wick Agricultural lltsorvo, Darling Down6 district, aiea of povlinns from 60 to ICO acres and of the lung's Crcelc Agricultural Reserve, Dm ling Downs district, area of portions from i 80 to ItiO acre*, ! The weather fur the lost few day* ban been "mitigated." Farmers have been o»Jy second in tlicir delight to the frogs, lucre was a nico gentle »ai»f«IJ, about as mild and plentiful as Juliet's tears, during Saturday and Sunday nights, And at about 3 p.m. on Monduy Mttdaiue Nature could huld out no longer...

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

NEWS By TBS ENGLISH MAIL The weather during last winter in England . has been most remarkable, tremendous snow storms everywhere, and frost as has not been known for. ?rs. . The London state of things at one was frightful: - " Horses men, and women slipped down in all directions. Omnibuses, cabs, and carnages at once were compelled to stop, and the horses removed, the " former remaining in the streets, whilst hundreds of horses fell, and many were killed. The patients from acci dent at all the hospitals were singularly numerous; thirty-five at one alone. Within a space of two hundred yards twenty horses were down at once in London Bridge. The tiers of steamers .hips, end barges, from London Bridge to Blackwall; all gave way before the ice, which commenced to thaw most ' rapidly fpwt^ JQ o'clock, under the in fluence of an ,extraordinary instantane ous change in the weather at that hour. The rain fell in torrents. The ice . began to move down the river, carry ing everything awaybefor...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

JPkellraftuts. THE CHINESE Pro.-A correspondeu .ends to the '. Queenslhnder" the fol lowing information about die breed of Ohinese pigs now spreading through this colsoy, and reference to some fine specimens of which, se?n at the South Pine River, was made in that journal a few week* ago:-" The Chinese pig makes AD excellent porkpr for this part of Austxal&t^ and is the only one of the family, so far as my experience goes, which fattens by grazing on the natu ral mots and grasses of the colonies. There are two kinds of die Chinese Jure, the black and the mixed. The iormer has been already mentioned in your paper, and I should consider de cidedly the best, being more hardy and more easily fattened. There is a preju dice in some parts of New South WaleB against the Chinese pig. It is too fat for bacon, some say, and with truth if the animal is allowed to fatten on offd. But if he is allowed but a limited bit of grazing ground, includ ing a bit of swamp ana scrub if possi ble, ...

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RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

RECEPTION OF THE GOVERNOR. THE reception, of bis Excellency fol lowed ilie routine given by us in a previous number. The town presented a rather gay appearance, "bunting" was plentiful# . tuough the spectators, were not bo numerous as could have been desired. They mustered, how ever, a little more thickly in the front of the Court House. The arcti over the bridge had a very pretty appearance, and did cer tainly great credit to the designer and his assistants. The nationalities of the flags created a pleasing diversity. Amongst the most prominent were the Queensland at the residences of W. II. Brown, T. Towell, the Railway Hotel, the Shamrock and the Rose; the Union Jack at Davis, Harris' store in Albion street, the Downs Hotel, the Commer cial, and the Criterion. The German Tricolor at Julius Jacobs', the Prussian at Davis Harris, the French Tricolor at the Royal, the Globe, and others, gave an unusually lively aspect to the town. On the arrival of his Excellency and suite at about ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF IH.tlL». ABBIVAL8. fiom tolfyUiid, Cftrf Tueaday, at 1 p-m., aud every ttatnrday, at « p.m. ** UrlibftQi and Ipiwlelt, via Drnyton, by Col)b'« ooaehn, every Tuusda;, Tburaiay, and Satur day*, at 8 p.*n. M Ltrburu, via Talgul Diggings rrery Wednesday at noon. DEPARTCK1SS. Per Maryland, everr tfouday, al 8 a.m., and every Tburaday, al 4 p.m. .. Brisbane »ad Ipswich, via Drayton, fcvi ry M unday, Wattawday, and Fridav, by IJobb'a coaches, al ft a.m. ^ ** Warwick to Leyburn, every Tburaday, at 4 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

. COMMERCIAL. The " Queensland Journal of Com . >tneiroe" ,of Mfcrch SO, says: Business during the past month has dlglitlylinpNived t mora confidence seems , wpntfti, i>Bt still U continues very limited. Monetary matter! on the whole are improv ' llE* ^ ^iteration in dfsoounts fans occurred, . }>MtledUrt of which sppear in our discount . The nloi which have fallen of late, hav® materially injured the cotton, and sliould ^faa |J»*ient line woather' continue, we may ftMafo secure the largest crop ever yet r JTWnId tiie colouy, It ii everywhere apoken'of In the highest terms, and la tbe course of a few daya picking operations will be actively cartleion. From seven to nine tboiuand bale* are expected to be secured. Agricultural matter* throughout tbe colony .Min ?.noonraglng condition, cropa ofavary description are most abundant, and excellent io-quality. Importations for the month are op to the Twa general cargoes have arrived 'frdtpRMOpejand aomo activity has shown ttsejfin o...

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GARDENING. MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

flIABDISNIKG. MAHCH G«di».-The scorching heat of our Queens- I lull Hummer in now over, (lid thin is the liert I time lo enter thoroughly into the cultivation nf j European vegetables. Sow fur full ciops of caMngss, savoys. leeks, canlifliweis, IlriiBsellt sprnato, oonve trnnchada, turnips, carrots, onions, leek*. beans, peat, beet, parsnips, parsley, salads, &o. If any plants were rained from previous sowing*, transplant on favour able ocestlnns. It Is a good plan to prick young cauliflowers into a be! of nice rich earth, placing them about four Inches apart; they ooeupy little room and can he easily watered and shaded fur a few days. It breaks their roots, they emit tinkll fibres, brooroo more sturdy and compact, and do not droop so much when finally put out. Oouve trouchuda or ?? bng*q*a pabbsge, is a One new vegetable of considerable "value; the main rib of the outside leaves resembles pea hale when well bnlUd, botihe beaii In Ibe best; it f>"ffl)t;to get «a touch roo...

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IN A GONDOLA, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

IN A GONDOLA, Suggested ly ilcndelstohn < Andante tn minor, Ill Vcniccl The night so delicious-its air Full of moonliglit and passionate snatches of BVligi A^d quick cries, and perfume of romances, which throng To my brain, as I steal down the marble Bea Btuir, " , And my gondola eomeB. And I boar the alow, rhythmical sweep oHlie oar Drawing near and more] near-and the noUo of the prow And tiro sharp, eudden aptash of lho;stup* page-and now I btep in-we are off o'er tho street's heaving floor , ... As n*y gomlolft glides Away past these palaces silent and dark, Looming ghostly and gritLo'er their bases, where cling® Bank seaweed that gleams flecked with light as it swings To the plash or thu waves, where they reach the tide mark . On tho porphyry blocks-with a song full o! dole, , A forlorn barracole; As my gondola glides. And the wind seems to sigli through the lat tice rust-gnawn A low dirgo for- tbe past - the sweet past when it played In the pearl braided hair of some...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

DIED. Suddenly, on the 22d March, at Rosehill, Warwick, of apoplexy, Mr. William Jarratt, late of Leinterdine, England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 March 1867

TOE femiittr anb fees' OS PUBLISHED IN WARWICK ?mr rUMV HOBNMie, Inl tfawftr the Oitiolni mails. The amount of Subscription is FIVE BBItlilHQS per quarter, in all nm in I adranoe. Single copies, SIXPENCE, 1 SOAtE orOHABOES FOB ADYEB USING: s. J. Two line) I 0 Four do 2 0 Six to 2 6 Bight da. S 0 Erery additional sis lines or tud«r la. Puooukt <h> 18 conseeutlre Insertions 80 per cant M 88 All Adrertisements most specify on their fcee the number of times they are to be in eeited; If sent In without this .pecifioation, anch adrertisemente will be in sorted until eoaBtennanded, and* charged for artordingly. Ail Advertisements vast be lent in not| htir thill ffr.Wi on Thnrafliv. ' ^Orders forwithdrawalor alteration must lo J written. Hen-oubsCrfters* adrertisements must be | paid for pterioas to InsertloD. . Harrtages, Births, and Deatbi, 2s. per | lilMitlox AGENTS IN BRISBANE Mr.Q. P. lUamaoa, Stationer k Newt Agent, ] /Scb^AtUBufidlnga. | Vr.}. frmlMitli BHsbsne, Departm...

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English & Foreign Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

$nglisjj & Jfowgit Items. EXTBjlOIUMNAUy PHENOMENON. - This is the name given by physicians to a "Iubus natures," consisting in an un usual arrangement of certain viscera, .such as, in the present case, the heart and Jiver. All admirers of Molitere re collect in the "Medec'm malgre lui" the well-known scene in which Sganarelle announces that'the faculty have thought proper henceforth to assign the right side to the heart and the left to the liver; but it is not generally known that the father of French comedy borrowed his joke from a case which actually oc curred in his time. An old soldier having died in 1660 of an illness which rendered dissection necessary, tho oper ation was perlormed by Dr. Morand, who found all the viscera transposed. Dr. Morand's observation gave rise to a series of long and violent debates at the Academy, and Moliere was not the man to let such an opportunity pass. It so happens that there is now, or was quite recently, a man at the IIotel-Dieu who h...

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TEH FISHERMAN'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

THE FISHERMAN'S WIFE. It *u eamlker lime, tod tie d«wning day Shone bright ou the cliff* of our lonely bay, And my DIM west out in bis boat to sea. To win tlie bread fur lii« bouse sad me. The day went mi-r remember it well The rooms wen filled with tbc mil eu* smell; And llw sunlight oeme, like an angel good. Through the doors and tbe windows that opei" stood, I sang and worked with joy in iny heart, Vur I ln>ld that a wife should do her part To clean and brighten the house within. Praying the Lord to keep her from sin. I had finished, and just sat down to vent, When I Mtp a eh»d rise np in the wei>t. And tii« moan of the sea grew loud on the rocks, ' And the gulls flan" landlord* in *iu ieki»g flocks. . Soon the wind blow round Croui 4lie hollow .skies. And I watobed tbe wnves] with frightened »ye«. Asthey struggled and sprang at tlio cloud's Jilack frown. And clutciiing their broad (rings, swept them j Aowa. Then I hurried out to the old ptcr-hoad. Through th« yard of the c...

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PORTECTION MEETING IN BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

PORl^CTION MEETING IN BRISBANE. A Protection meeting was held in: firisbaneott Thursday evening last, it passed aresolution stultifying Staelf and it* aims. Wegivd the able article of D.-Qiw' upon the subject. Our «0ten^»rwy has a clear percep tioaof the need oT definition of terms: - "ApuHic meeting was held in Bris bane on Thursday evening for the pur poss if forming a Protection League, hajji petitioning Parliament to impose Import duties raat woulcl protect native indttttrjr. After some discussion the tneellttg *ras adjourned for a week, the Mi? practical result arrived at by the tneeoag being the carrying, by a small majority, of an absurd resolution de-1 "that a Free Trade league be to adopt measures to bring be e botieeof the Government those native industries which it is desirable to foster; to promote the settlement of! the people on the lands, and to frame a scale of bonuses to producers and manufacturers of articles suitable to the thpoolony." How a *' Free Trade League" ...

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REVOLT IN A FRENCH JUVENILE PENITENTIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

REVOLT IN A FRENCH JUVE NILE PENITENTIARY. The Juvenile Penitentiary of St. Anne, in the lie du Levant, one of die Hyeres, near Toulon, contained 223 prisoners in September last. On the 28th of that month their numbers were increased by 65 others, who had been transferred from the suppressed peni tentiary of St. AntonR, in Corsica. This arrival, which been expected by the inmates of St. Anne's, brought to maturity projects of revolt already cherished there, and these were realised on the 2nd of last October with the most appalling results. Sixteen young prisoners are now on their trial before the assize court of Draguignan, in the department of the Var, for acts perpe trated that night, soma details of which are given below from the " act d'accu sation " or bill of indictment. Con durier, one of the prisoners now under trial, was the ringleader of the rebel lion, which broke out shortly after bed time on the evening above stated. The conspirators rose, put out tbo lights, broke the ...

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"THE GOOD OLD TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

* IriS GOOD "(flip TIMES." The Rev. Hugh Stowell Brown of Liverpool.gave lately in Dumfries a leetureron "The Good Old Times." We attract |he following passage: ... Men did as wonderfully intellectual iaats 2000 and 3000 years ago as are < doqaio'lbe pr«eHtliwe. If it be true thata^mso&yanimproved gorilla, we don't rflnd that be showed a greater resemblance to It they do than now ? flaughter)-for his own part he believed there were more monkeys now than then, and possibly the gorilla might not 80 much represent the race from which , ire sprun^Tis the destiny to which we ' are hastening. Abraham he believed to beat thoroughbred a gentleman as any in the nineteeth century; Jacob as good A man of business as they could find on the Liverpool Exchange; while Joseph was a statesman and Moses a legislator worth a great deal more in their time tban'all our Lords, Commons, and j Town Councils put .together. In our owp country, in the sixteenth and seven teenth centuries, t...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

WfcKHI/Y CUKHUI. ,FK» K* THMLIJ " " URUIIT MKH.*,, BTTORMR MIM(H mvLtatim. **uA\ « IT HNDIF

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

Otun PauiBrjL-t>ut the Uudicl part of the celery In pleoat, and boll it in water with a lirgs qnannty of ginger nntil it is quite ten- j dor, then throw it Into cold water 6«ia allow it toitand far an Jioar. Put lt©Ter»*)owfiiain f;ood eyrup, with tome pieoci of ginger, ana et It ram>!& ilmtnering for an hour. <. Cool it again, and in the meantime tblokeo tbe J Bjriup by further evaporation. Pat toe mimj ia again, aud repeat tbe eamefmeeu. After a third almmering in thb way taking car* to _? keep th* syrup thiok, pot the oelery into pet* / and cover with . */rop. eted and tmbHrt.4»r AUM» Jt prietor, «> th« " aMtW «*» »»«. .?"«> .~JfT ttrnt, Winrtrt, qMtnilul. Urantay, *«*" *> , 1667,

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Graminer and Times. THURSDAY, APRIL 4M 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 4 April 1867

<ferattncr mtir Crates. THURSDAY, Awul 4, 1867. Wm> does not recall to mind at times F' BO quiets more" of the greatest M .philosophising novelists of the pre sentdty.' IJotft fish in quiet waters, don't stir up-the mind ythc bottom of the pool. We £d^ot this, perhaps, salutary ad viae, and dire were our mischances. Hooted and groaned at, insult of divers character heaped upon j Tib, hustled from onr horse, gibbetted ' in effigy under the vety arch that wit nessed the Governor's glorious recep jtiob,effigy cut down and burnt "an auto da fe" in the public square, and lastly (our ghost) serenaded with a band of music and more exciting groans than ever in the early morning hoars, (albeit, we only report this on hearsay being ourselves oblivious in the aims of " Murphy,") we received ad ovation to which in earnestness that of his Excellency was decidedly inferior. Qnch as these, may we pre sume, be called popular honours. Such is the mode which one of our active opponents ...

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