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PRAIEIE GRASS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Time.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

PRAIEIE GRASS. (To the Editor of t.he Examiner end Time*,) SIB,'-Allmv-mo tlie medium of jmir journal lo ado i»y testimony to the value of prairie crass, about which you published nu article in your last iEsue. I'rnirio grass is the most succulent and pro lific of all prases y<jt tried on the Darling Downs. I have this year cut a crop avera ging about 4 fett G inches In height, and 40 bushels of seed per acre. I have Been it in n moderately damp reason S feel 6 inches high., ll will thrive on any^land that will grow natural crashes. I have grown it eight years neat Warwick, end have always been eltle (it least to eat down once, nnd mow once, nnd have sometimes as many as three cuttings. U is always sreen ; and have never known any insect or blight whatever to effect it. It will thrive as an excellent pas turage on 4 inches of soil, with a stiff clay Hubaoil, nnd stand the effects of hot, dry weather. As n pasturage on rich InndB it cannot l>e excelled for call Ic, hors...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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FIVE PERSONS SUFFOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

FIVE PEB80NS SUFFOCATED. A Bad accident, by which fire persons lost their liven, happened on Thursday week at Flint. On the chemical works of tho well known firm of Musprat and Co., of Flint and Liverpool, there was a drain used for the pur pose of running off waste matter from the works. A boy named Michael Qreeney wai playing at the top of a shaft IS feet deep, which bad been sank for the paipoae of venti lating the drain, and amused himself with hols ting and lowering a bucket attached to a rope which depended from a windlass above the shaft By some means the bucket caught fait in the side of the (baft, aud the boy de scended the shaft for the purpose of loosening it, when, oreraome by the poisonous vapour which ascended, be fell iato the drain, which eonUintd a quantity of water tfait had lodged there from the influx of (lie tide (the work6 being dope by the river Due). A carpenter, named Enoch Roberts, immediately descended to extricate the boy, but was himself over powered ja ...

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HORTICULTURE ON THE DARLING DOWNS. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

HORTICULTURE ON THE DARLING DOWNS. (To the Editor of the Examiner end Times.) Amongst llio various pursuits which oc cupy the attention of maoj whether con sidered in ro;;nrd 1 o profit or amusement, few hold a more distinguished pines than Horticulture. Even in tho primi-vnl Ages of the world, before luxury had established its control orcr every relation of human life, and the wants and necessities of man where confined to the immediate production of his native soil, even then we find that the cul ture of the garden was one of the principle objects of his industry, and (ho main Bonrce on which ho depended Tor his subsistence. Agriculture and its twin Bister Horticulture may be considered as the itnmediete pre cursors of human civilisation. I intend, through the medium of your valuable jour nal, to give you a series of arliclos on the various fruit trees which will grow and come to perfection in the mild and genial climate of the Darling Downs. THE PLUM. Prunus Domeetita. Natural or...

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RESULTS OV IRISH EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

RESULTS OV IRISH EUlGliATION. Haw greatif (hat emigration hat affected, anil yet steadily continues to affect the popu lation, may be judged by the following official compilationsId 1861 the census gave the population at 6,783,415, every year since, in spite or increase by births, it has been de clining. according (o the estimates of the Registrnr-Honeral. In 18G2 it was $,764,527; in 3MG3,3,739,569 ; in 1861,6,675,307: in 1865, fi.641.0BG ; in 1866, 6,582,625; and in 1867, 5,557,196, Twenty-one yeais ago the popula tion of Ireland was over eight millions and a quarter; 61 years ago it was nearly at its present figure, being computed at 5,574,105, But the relative proportion of the sexes is not the same for 1809 and 1SG7; the difference is noteworthy, for it indicates the distinction between a small population increasing aader natural oircumstances, and a large one dimin ishing by the emigration of its virile youth. In 180G, with a total population of 5,574,105, them was an excesB o...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

SEKIOira ACCIDENT OK THE MIDLAND RAILWAY. A very alarming accident occurred on the north branch of iho Midland Eailway, at Duf* field, four miles from Dorby, on Friday eveniflg lust. It appears that at eight o'clock on th£ evening in question a good» train was pickiog up and delivering at Duflield station, when a fast goods train from Normanton to Derby eamo up at lull speed and dashed right into it, smashing the break van and three wagons all to pieces. The engine of the Normanton train was thrown off the rails, and went down the bank along with three wagons, uflcrploughiug up tbe line for a considerable distance. The wagons went first down the embankment, and the engine wai very much injured, all tbe nude* work of it being completely ruined. It will cost about £1,000 to repair the damages, The Urge rod that connects tbe wheeh of tbe engine was smashed like a bit of thin wire. The driver of the Noimantan train stuck to bis engine to the last, went down the bank with it, and miracul...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. Nearly forty head of cattle wet* killed by iightoiiig in Devonshire and Cornwall alone during a late itorm. The absolute dearth of work in the ship building yards on the banks of the Thames continues. There are not at the present time four vessels tin the slips between tho Bteam boat pier at MilwuII and the Victoria Docks. The dentli by cholera is announced of the sister of Cardinal Antonelli and a daughter of Prince de Arsoli, at Rome, nnd of Prince de Pattanna, at Palermo. Beren splendid Arab horses, aeot as a pre sent from the Saltan to Her Majesty, hare just arrived in charge of Mouraffen Bey, at tho Boyal atahles, Bockingliam Palace. Accompanying these were two others, one for the Prinro of Wales and the Dnke of Beaufort. As ECCEKTBIO PERSON.-" During tny stay at York," saya Argus in the Morning Chroni tle, "that city lost the greatest wine merhant in England, in Mr. Votlans. He was an extra ordinary person, and well known to all the racing noblemen and gentlemen...

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VITAL STATISTICS OF FOUR CAPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

VITAL STATISTICS OF FOUR OAl'I'l'ALS. I ^ Wo glean tlio following Tacit from an inter esting French work, liy Dr. Vachcr, of Faris. To 1865 the population if Paris was calculated at 1,663.000; of London, at 8,028,fiOO; of Vienna, at 660,000; ol Mew York, a year earlier, at 1,025,000. Tlio annual ratio of in crease per inhabitant nan, in Paris, 002 ((a other words 100 inhabitants became 102 in the course of the year); in London, 0A17; at Vienna. 0016; and at New York, 005. The average number of inhabitant! in a single house ie-for Paris, 27; London, 7; Vienna, 64; and New York, 14; so that Vienna ia the most densely peopled town of the four. From these data it appears that the increase of popu lation at New York is equal to that of the three other towns taken together; a circumstance owing, of course to the stream of emigration constantly flowing in that direction. In 1790 the population of 2?ew York was 83,181, and it has siorc been fully four times doubled. With regard to ths other...

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THE MEMBER FOR EASTERN DOWNS AND MR. W. THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

THE MEMBER FOE EASTERN DOWNS AND MR.W.THOMPSON. i The following debate took place in' the House of Assembly on Thursday evening: ' Mr. DOUGLAS called the attention of th« House to a guesting of privilege connected with tbe attendance of a witness before Ihe Beleot Committee on Selections in Agricul tural Beservas. A. short time ago Mr' Wm. Thompson, a'magistrate of Warwick, was in vited to attend aud giro evidence before the sclcct committee, but lie did not do BO ; tlie committee then decided upon summoning Mm in tlie ordinary tnanne. In answer to litis summons lie had forwarded a medical certifi cate. which w*g to the effect that M r, Thomp son had been suffering from ulcerated sore throat, and was in a > weak state of health. This did not state that lie was Incapacitated front attending however, tn fact it wag of a very qualified oharnctor. He lind also re ceived a letter from Mr Thompson in which ho stated he was in delicate health, and tvas unable to attend for the next few ...

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DARING RESCUE OF FENIANS AT MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

. DARING RESCUE OF FENIANS AT MANCHESTER.   A most daring outrage has been perpetrated by members of the Fenian organisation at Manchester, which will certainly lead some of them to the gallows they have long deserved, and from which they have hitherto been pre- served by misplaced lenity. About Septem-   ber 11th tbe police found four men loitering in the streets in the middle of tbe night. Their proceedings excited suspicion that robbery was intended, and they were challenged. In the struggle which then took place two of the men escaped: the other two vainly endeavored to draw revolvers from their pockets, and were captured. The fact of their being thus armed confirmed the conjecture that tbey were pre- pared for a desperate enterprise of some kind. Tbe Irish-American accent of the prisoners, and their claim to be treated as American citizens, tured the suspicion of the polioe in a new direction. In order to afford time for communication with the Irisb po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 30 November 1867

^totrtiscmcitts. WAKTKt, A Married Couple. Tlie woman to act on GENERAL SERVANT, and the mail as GUOOM, and to look after tlie Gulden, and make himself generally useful. Apply to W. LEE, Burgeon. 379 Gleugallan Stat inn. ON MLI!. FIRSI-CLASS HAY and MAIZE in large or email quantities. J NO. "WINRTONF. 37S Guy-ht»cct. AN open Court of Examination foi (he purpose of ixumitiing tiial portion of tlie ELECTORAL BOLL for the Electoral District of Eastern Downs appii I lining to tlie Police Itisllict of Loyliitrn, will lie hi'ld at tlie COURT HOUSE, Ijjvlwni, 1(t noon, on tlie 30tli dav o. December, 1807. II. ORlBfl, Jit . Clerk of Petty Sessions. Leybiirn. Nov. -6tli, 1807. 877 Bank Holiday. rriiE BANKS in this town will be I. cloned on MONDAY, the 2nd Decem ber, in commemoration ol St. Andrew's Day. 29t.li November, 1867. M7« , . HORSES! HOUSES! SALE THiS DAY. W. C. BALLS WILL Sell by Public Auction, at Mr. Cugdon'a Sale Yards, at 3 o'clock, THIS DAY (SATURDAYJ, /l Mob of BROKE N-IN, QUI...

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BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

BETTING. It Is not of tnuch ut»e to moralise upon such | A tuhject, or t> d cidc trhether bettiug if ft ! worse crime in a nobleman than in t stock* broker. Vary a>)c:ua warnings have beeu j uttered about the effect4 of the system upon the House of irfit da aad (lie landed interest; ! but, after all, lords arc men. and their morals | are not mittrinlly different fmm those preva ! lent ehewliuro. If they arc willing to spend ! their time and money ia gambling, no appeal* { to (be duties of their station «"iJI be likely to | do inncn good. A man whu thinks that tbe I employment is suited to his measure of in I tcJJect and rirlue iray possibly be right, and is not Hkoty in thai c«*e to be deterred by lulty political coDfiideiationi; they will pass as much over bin head as a quotation from Mai thus above tbe head oi an Irlub pe'isaut. In deed tlie great excitement to gambling is a loipid intellect. Savages gamble desperately: A red Indian will stake his scalp when be has loot all ...

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BATHING AT BIARRITZ, IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

BATHING AT BIARRITZ, FRANCE. Let us join (he crowd tented working end j chatting on the beach, and note otto or two j chirar,teri«tic figures. A (all object eoun j emerges from one nf the dairs of tlio " Ktab- I I li«:feinent" And walks slowly down, and ns lie I passes we recognise a grave end soinewlint J I |»ort|y gentleman, who sat n<;ar tin at the : table d'hote at the '*M;iison Rouse;" bin be is transformed into An acrobat, and his ipfi E v j has fors.ikcn hiin. He rest-rubles mj txncllj | I one of nur street mountebanks, ihot we-ahould < j nnt be KUipiised tn *ce liiiu spread a cm-pet on j the rands and stand on liis bead. He stays fi>r some time to clint witl) hi* family, who accompany him to the hi-acli tit pee him make | hi" first plunge, and who will afterward" join him in the water. I'lt-wenliy be walks into J the sea. and cl.unlieViu? on n rock shriek* out j something which we cannot catch the sense nf, hut which f offices to draw general attenti...

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A MAIDEN'S LETTER. (From the Townh[?]k.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

' .;U4 MAIDEN'S LETTER. I tit Tomaht»k.\ >H»#«ke!l wo ifl lored hltu, 1 g«*«d *t ster» aW(, I «W» .» W*Wf) . ?jUnmmeiit.weU tfou^lftve 1 " . J»My V '? / ^r te whUptred Into my ear, i5^^'#^bt»»t notliinff«1th# aofteati -: ??: ?, a«Ktto toothing » jut I T«UrU(fll 'Iflfiwi**'8®' *Jm» fci'b»4jJoi» told me . _ f. ',- -J: 4sMfy»A»?*Te4*J>{»qt loreaad ?honON :; ;I, ' . iJ»a|Elng« iaore precioua than gold; -Wufctfitoirfi. j«* Mjir I . year»»ld| bi"jMftfl M«idto*, *nd ebe kkaed <ae; j tli»n erer-tO-toorroW fc.wrtMt.t 'j*i . - .. . . . '< Taifr WM'^-theBow-«ueb » carriage 1 ^ ;?*?^Wiflrtfa beat box on tbetio*. '."%' ftiwi'ii toh.. j.rrlAAA^frikntjr tbouMtnd a y ear I *? :^ Xi&^irel), tity<r nitud bin itliere 1 DfiaprHty w«||ttt for tat. . Owyjfcft/.1 lwtaaljeet to titi dear, -? Awl bad one*--think <of that t !«An# tniunma'a in " naughty" aVoot it; rpuwoald Jaogli to hear beraay. "Poorttao-lie doesn't look itrong, dear," r In fatr own g...

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Poetry. THE DESERTED VILLAGE. (From the Tortaha[?]k) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

|Mry. THE DESERTED VILLAGE. (From the Tonahatck ) Sweet Loudnii, lorelk-it villnto of (lie plain. Wlioro wealth and fashion clieeruJ ill- lnnoitrur swain, , Wheia smiling spring the e«rli?-t risit paid. . Aud (lit! rich stfmmer dinner tables laid. Dear lovtly bowerB of indolence und oast1, Scat* of myjout li when every card could plunse. How ofion have I done thy pavks to green. Where humb'e iron chairs endcari'd the sccr,®; Hon nflsn have I printed tlie throng to tell. The anuotieed clerk, the cultivated swell. The never-failing t«!k, the riders* *kil). The indueut duke that tnpt the neighbor ing bllL , The moving row villi apots beneath the »bnde For timid horsetoan's ease and whisperings msdo; lloor often have I hleajtil the late born dny, When play remitting lent ita turn to play, Anil all the village ewe!ls from dinner free, Jjed op tha sports tlint fashion lores to sec, While much flirtation circled in the (dude, Tli« young onet npnoningas^the old mirreyed. And many . galop fr...

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HORTICULTURE. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) NECTARINES. A[?]ygdalus Pe[?] Var. Nu[?] Natural Order Rosac[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

HORTICULTURE. (To tit Editor of tht Examiner and JHmu.) NECTARINES. Amygdalui Ptriita. Var. Nun. Natural Order RotaCC&. The Nectarine does well on tlic Downs. It abnuld be cultivated in the same winner as the peach. I cultivate two varietieK, the lied Boinan and the Weeping nectarine. They ^^Qjtgwka first-rale jams. The Roman is I^Bfl^ellent variety for drying. The fruit PM|B^;be cut in half and Strang «o that they do m../'touch each other, and then hung up under * verandah. or on ilia trees if the , weather in dry Tliey would spoil if allowed t<i be in the wet Tbey TV ill dry tvell if laid on hoard* or dishes, no that they can be ruadily shifted in case of wet. When properly dried they should be stowed away in boxen or {n a barrel «ii<J pressed tight. They will keep for a loop time. Tliey ellfchtly adhere tn the stone. The Weeping nectuine makes eceellaut jftUI. It is a large fruit, adheres to the (tone, and is not so good for drying. OHBKHIES. JVunm C...

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

,, fentiiter miir times. SA'FCJRBA.Y, DECEMBER 7, 1867. T*KtHO into consideration the great amount of virtuous JisguBt which lias ly^,<f*oit«<3 in the bosoms ofsome ot ihi> left.dipg triembersof this House of Aisfe^l^ by lHp alleged ertantor the ip;f dummying, we conceive the presentto be & favorable opportu nity, Whilst their hearts are still hot within "them, to give a. Utile /further - xobsJdfiraUon to a document whicHwas ?^dbeforo this House a fen; weeks ago, . <jjiA which, .when presented, provoked tojftb (JfegtiM&n, both in ^e House of Asseizm^nd in-the public journals; <4f0" allude to a list .of moneys paid to rflBmbers ^fParliamgnt mp to Septem ber 20« 1867, in wmah .we find that : about £?0,OOO liU ^en' diebursed in 4^ 4%y,',and^^mjer part of it to i jieb a maimer as ! iatwt-4^aifaly^9ffilfor a little com- i U>tet*Tr %'leoking'iirer the 'list, it is I $hat theisupportere of the llate |fta»tiy havil received e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

^kerltsemenfs. irSjrifiMr A Married Couple, The froiuaa to . act M GENERAL SERVANT, and the man^M GROOM, and to look after the OarSea, and naaks himself generally nteral. 'Apply to W, LEE, Surgeon, 879 Glaagallan Station. ON MALE. FIHST-CLABS HAY and MAIZE in large ar small qanntilica. J NO. WIN STONE. 378 Guy-street. NOTICK. Ah open Court or Examination foi the purpose of iXntnlnlnp that portion of tlie ELECTORAL ROLL for the Electoral District of Eastern Donna appertaining to the Police District of Leyburo, will Dell eld at the COURT HOtJSIC, Ley burn,-*t noon, od th« 80tli dav of December, 18C7. U. CRtBB, Jo, Clerk of I'etty Sessions. Leybnrn, Nov . 26th. 18G7. 877 TO FAKBIISntl, sai>%TTSRf», * . tr. WASTED to Purchase Tor GASH, at Markrt Prices, Fresh Good Salted HE0B& (ml imi Cut i>r Dry Hides. None bought that has bail the brand taken away. CARL IIR1K8SEN, Tan Yard. 3R2 tt irwieV. CL Rtr.W.fcUU. . TRAYED, frotn Warwick, about twelve IJ Ill* ago, ail Irui-^ri'V SI...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

ARRIVAL' OP TltB ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA, Tho Mataura arrived at Sydney on December. 1, with the Panama mail. She experienced- Very bad weather throughout the passage, and was hove to on the 15th November for three boors.: Her news by ihe Atlantic cable tfves fuller particulars of the Italian insurrection than has been revived by telegram via Galle. After Garibaldi'6 imprisonment Jie issued a stirring address, urgitijf4he Italians to organise everywhere. The excitement increases, and is likely to do so until his release. Great alarm is experienced at Rome. The Garibaldians are exultant. The' insurrection is spreading like wildfire. It is reported that Garibaldi's son lias been taken prisoner by the Govern ment troops. The British Parliament was to meet on the 10th October. A fearful typhoon, which created much destruction, has occurred at Hongkong. News from London, dated the 10th October, states that rumors are con stantly arising with reference to the designs of the Fenians, and ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, DEC. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. I TDESDAY. DEC. 3. The Dittrict Conrta Ulil, the SmullDebta Bill. i'i« J'lfy Bill, and the Medical Bill, wore read »®n" pawed. _ Tlje third reading of tbo Sc&b ilTOheep Dill' m postponed fill *"!*' day. Several other prdera of tlie dny were pott poned, On the motion of iht MINISTER FOB I.ANDS, ilie order oftIi»<J»,v for the adoption oi tbo report oftlhe cwnoita?*® oi> the Lund Bill was discharged from tbb (*»per, io order that (be bill might herecommittwi' Mi. WAliSH moved, by way of duKwdmeut, tliet the bill should be recommitted iJjfl' day week. maintaining that Iho bill n« antenced had «6t been in the htndo of boa, mcmtKM long enough for them tu be acquainted with its provision!. Ulflmatelf the lion, member withdrew !iia Amendment in favor of ont .moved by Mr. MYLNE for tbe adjournment ft (he Mr, TTftTifjy than attacked tbe Minister for Lanfla at aorae length and in strong language, for the Want of capacity and decision be had displayed...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Brisbane papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 7 December 1867

LATEST fELEGRAPHJC NEWS. (From the Britbtme vapert.f ROCK HAMPTON. D^rem)i«»r 3, S<"iw nupseU were jwcliuteii in-diybrl (he H.'iuk of Nrw S"Ulh \Val<-s One of thorn writhed 53 <>Zd. 0 tiwts., mid another 64 czs. 11 ihvt*. Waifrvvorn pure gold has tieen fnuinl at Uot-ewo id, lw Glliaotj's party, in the maiti creek, uboiit h mile fruin the old ftiuk ings.

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