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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ([?] from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THE »HU TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FBIDAY. MASCH 6. 1687. . j --.ja:-? I TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. | Hálfiifti frtm thi *f<«lnB« Dtily piptn.) ROCKHAMPTON. March 4. Lut week's purchases of gold from the diggers at Crocodile Creek are in excess of the parchases made ia previous weeks. The latest news from Peak DOWDS is satisfactory. The news from tbe diggings is favour able.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

VfiEKXY CALENDAR. Heb. S Tow. fi Wed. 7 Thor»., »Set. 1 10 SUN. 11 MOD. fi . Si e . es. « . 22 Moon's Age

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LATE LAND SALE AND THE LEASING BILL. (To the Editor of the D. D. gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THE LATE LAND SALE AND THE LEASING BILL. I ( To tht Editor oj tht D. D. Qatttte.) j Sir,-If «ny proof were needed to con vince the most unprejudiced, of the falla cious nature of the Leasing Bill, it wag abundantly supplied at the recent land sale, when ci^ht thousand acres of ths " pick of the Downs" passed for graring purposes to Messrs. Watts, Taylor, King, and others, for Gowrie Station. This este »nords firoof nf tbs working of Maoalister's Leti ng Bill in its worst features, asid it is now easily understood why it was7 Sandenian, Watts and Go. leagued itv their sleeves when the bill became lew, and boasted that they had gained their end without the threatened dissolution or an appeal to the colony. It was triumpbsntly aaierted tbat the Letting Bill would ass« the country, and tbat it would bave tbe effect of castling thousands or people »long the lines of rail way. Tbis statement was largely credited, although it is bul fair to stats there were a. fsw who were dubious of its p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WARWICK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THE WARWICK HOSPITAL. i Th« following rule« and regulation! for the maoagen.ent of the Warwick Hospital have been approved by Hil Eicellenoy tbe Governor io Council, and published io the Government Gazette : 1. Name.-The Warwick Hospital. 2. Object*.-To afford medical aid to in-door patients. 3. Fonds.-That this institution be sup ported by voIdBtary contributions and charges to patients, together with such aid as tbe Government may afford. 4. Government.-Tba government of this institution shall bs vented io donors of £10 io one sum, or of s greater amount, who shall bs voter* for life, and io subscriber* of at least £1 ann nally, who shall each be j entitled to one vote at any general meeting connected with the business of tbs Hos pital. I 6. Power to recommend patients.-Every j annual subscriber to be allowed to recom mend one patient for each £1 he may have subscribed ; and every donor of £10 in one som, or of a greater amount, to he allowed j to recommend five patients dnring tb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

Wanted, CITANTKD to purchase a ïRrst'Class Op Vr standing SADDLE HOUSE, not lu« than IS Hand« 8 Inches nigh, and np to 1* atona. äpplr ta 118 a. C. WHITE, JON. Wanted, Br a Single Van. BOARD «BÎÏ.ODOINÔ In a private family. Particulars, fcc,-cen <be obtained by addressing aa under, B. A. I., ^_ Post-office. Warwick, February 1«. 1867. 88 Wanted, ASITUATION, aa NDB8E «nd NEEDLE WOMAN, tn a recouple Itally. Th» laivertUer ls also capable of-imnartlog a plain Bnglieh edueatlou.-Addraes AS., offioo on&ts ipaper, Kotice. ÏHEREBY give Notice that 1 will not be responsible for A HT DBBTM contracted by , tmr wife or «ny family. i 1Í6 B10HAJBL M-KONS. . .....Vottoe. . j fflHR unaeftlgW bsgsto ánnounoe that bis ! JL aeconnla are ainr being rendered, and (parties indebted Viii confer a -faroDr by : iBEiTXINB TUSH AT 0»fCB. Adi acconnU , .not settled within sftmrteea Bays from tola date .wPI be placed la tb» tunda -of a aolioltor for »eepver». ' 4M«na>, -iii,! - . HRNBY WI...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVEB TJSEB8. We bea to elate thal our Account! for the quarter ending Slit Deeember tait ore now M powrie of delivery, and me hope they «w7i be eettied without the leatt delay Thote in arrearé will lewdly oblige ut hy ' o prompt eettlment, ei our requirement* mutt be obvious to them. 'tSP* Tkit being the proper finie for payment of eubtcriptiotti in advance, we fruit our JHendt mill acknowledge the fact by tend ing remittaneti.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

8HIPPING. j ABRIVAL.-Ueeember 28.-Sir John Lawrence, «bip, et Gravrsend, from Syd ney. I DEPARTURES.--Deoember 30.-Fnsi Y«D3¡, ship, from Gravesend, for Syoney ; -Devinne, eli ip, from Gravesend, for Port Phillip. J »unary 2.-Lochiel, ship, from Graves end, for Sydney; Puris, ship, from Gravesend, for Canterbury; Indus, ship, from Gravesend, for Adelaide. J

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CONFINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

CONTINENTAL. I Austria ii very busy reorganising her army. The general isodine* of the plan ehe proposes io adopt it to make the peo. pie OT tbs Umpire serve earlier and longer in the »raj than they have hitherto been ; required ~to'dó. Th» Ijhpperor Napoleon'. plao for the reorganisation of the French Arny is likely to be opposed by the Council of State. . alb» Dake of, Angettenbrrg hes given io . bis allegiance to the King of Prniiia, and has. «leased th» HoWteioera from their allagiascs to him. There are indications of serious tronbles between Turkey and Greece. The Greeks are trpidlj extending their saltation for independence. The Emperor pf the French as usual, addressed tho Corps Diphnatigue on New Year's Bay. Be expressed hopes for the continued peace and prosperity of the nation. ft li reported tbst the Faaperor has de cided en issuing a rall for a grand Con. gress of European Morarcbe, to be held at the forthcoming great exposition in Paris. - The -King of Italy, in his spe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE COTTON CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THB COTTON CBOP. (From the Qaeentland Timrt March 2.) A variety of conflicting reports being tn circulation respecting the state of the cotton crops in thia neighbourhood, «re ou Thursday! took advantage of the opportu nity offered by a Soe cool day, and paid a vùut to some of the farms on the Redbank Plains, where the grub was said to be doing great damage. On the road we visited Mr. J. M. Thompson's fields of about fourteen acres, and here the devas tations of the insect were clearly visible. On tbe outskirts of the two blocks under cotton the plants presented a fine healthy appearance and were almost breaking j down with pods, but on going into the I fields a large number of trees, though healthy and strong, were quite bare, and the young pods scattered ou tue ground^ The time chosen by the grub to operate is when the blossom is just dying off, end tbe poi begins to form ; pods in an ad vanced stated aro very rarely touched. It is the opinion of some parties that the pest is caus...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A general meeting of the Municipal Council waa held on Tuesday. Present ; His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Brown, Crombie, Affleck, Morgan. KIMTTEft. The mmutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COBBEBFONDENCE. A letter from his Worship the Mayor to the Manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, in reference to the loan which the Cpuucil have been authorised to borrow. FETinóir. ? A petition was read from Messrs. Robinson and others, calling the attention of the Council to the state of Hamilton street. His Worship the MAYOR moved, and Alderman CBOMBIE seconded that the petition be referred to the Improvement Committee. Alderman AFFLECK moved, and Alder man OBOUBIJE seconded, the adoption of report No. 63 of the Improvement Com mittee. Alderman Boons*- objected to the re port being adopted, on account of the lapse of time before the members met, stating he was waiting from 10 to ll o'clock on that day, and no member of the committee had appea...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

.:_A--~_... FianrnaiiH ÖH0Raa.-»-1e»Snbb»th Banoo tu connection with tub Obnrch bold lt» «anual plenty!*** Wednesday lut ita AB Government Paddock. The children and friends mustered la considerable entubara, and mm'- regaled with a substantial .ISUoheba, »ft*r; «blob vario» annsemeate wereiproirldeda'ar them hy tte teachen, r ^(or*,««;»r«Xln)r «ll «at down to tea on ¿be jgraaa,, and tba fier. 0 H'Oulloob delivered a »hort address, expressing his pleasOM at 4ba'a^>«4 fcebavlokr of thc children. a*d the'admirable manner ia which they sing eereral hymne »ulled te the oooaaioo, tfe understand that the '-whole of the "Oom uiieiariat Department" Wae undertakes by several ot the lady friend« pf the church. ACCIDENT -Wo are sorry to report that a tuan named Seary Taylor, in the emptor «J Mr. Wienholt, whilst riding Into Warwick yesterday for the swll, bad Ma left leg broken near Cnn pbell's Plaina.- The horse steppe! into a rat «od fell, the Onfortunete saan being nuder. Dr, Bullau .waa ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE GERMAN BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THE GERMAN BÜSBEANQ10U. On Tuesday uigbt last, says but Satur day'a Burnett Argun, Christian Beiermeis ter, the Burnett mail-robber, very nearly effected bis escape from the lock-up ii this town. At about half-past 10 o'cloel the lock-up keeper heard a dull, heavj noise, and on opening the slide ia thc door discovered prisoner clinging to th« iron bars of tbe ventilation-window, bu handcuffs slipped, and ho naked, with tin handle of an iron bucket in his hand picking away the bricks aud dropping them on to bia clothes inside. As ucioii as the lock-up keeper «aw what was Uf he obtained a revolver and walked into the cell with it in hifl band and ordered the prisoner to come down. Prisoner saw the revolver, and immediately did so. Sherman had taken the precaution to send for Sergeant M'Oarthy and Constable M'Ginley-both of whom we're on duty in town at the time-to assist hun to make the prisoner fast, and then removed him to another celt. The distance from the floor to the wall plate ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

AGENTS. Sydney .... A. CUBITT. Brisbane ... GREVILLE & BIRD     Maryland... W. HARDY. Tenterfield - - - G. WILLSON. Printed and published by PATRICK RITCHIE, sole proprietor, at the " Argus" Office, Albion street, Warwick, in the colony of Queensland and also published at Rouse-street, Tenter- field in the colony of New South Wales. Friday, March 8, 1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

AGENTS. TOt following Gentlemen hare been appointed Agent* for tbti (taper, end are authorised to temWe .nbsoriptions and advertisementa: Sydney - - « - A. Ccbitt. Brisbane - Gutnu* & BIRD Maryland . . - W Habdt. Tenterfleld . - - G. Wouos. Printed and published lij Patsiok Eitcbi*. tola proprietor, at the" A*8«»" Office, Albko atreat, Warwick, in tbe colon; of Queensland and alio published at Borne-street, Tenter Said in U» colon; of Mew Svutli Wall*. Taulifi Mudi 1SS> 1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

zMttttrntm* PREPARING POSTS.-The Queenilander says:-" Wereit possible to fully profit by the discoveries of scientific men many things which bother ue would be made plain and their recurrence would be guarded Against. No section of the com munity' woul<i profit more by the applica tion of scientific knowledge than residents in new countries-those who have to cut out the means of life and comfort from the raw material offered by nature. These truths ere beingcontinually forced . upon us. In the item of fencing, for in stance, whst a hoBt of trouble and disap pointment could be avoided if the causes of decay were thoroughly understood. Most people believe that charred posts resist decay or rot longer than posts placed in the ground in their natural stnte; but bow few ere aware of the cir cumstance that uulesB charred timber is placed in the ground and rammed tight as soon as the charring is done, all the labour is lost That wnen charred timber has lain exposed to the air fo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Warwick Argus, TENTERFILED CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

. TM |§fr0os, TENTvEI^FIEXiD CHRONICLE. WJ*8I)A¥. MABCH 13, 1867." SIVCE tlfio" recent sales of Crown lands held in: tlBfc'DtrliBg Down* under the Leasing {JUfoses' Act, adme dissatisfaction has arisen .at the extensive purchases -Mbicli havi been made by squatters mei capitalists. - lliis^as - anticipated by many who'fSolc Gbjectioa to lhe, Bill, as a whole, before it fussed, and itwas en diavoural rtcj..inJroduce » clause making occupatiop.aiiiajoel'tain amount ofculti vation necessfty, in order that only those who were likely to settle upon the land should Ijave the privilege of purchasing it.. It was no . doubt the intention of the Qoveroi||pift;jtjtk grant certain privileges to the poor man which lie did not previously enjoy, and th«e yrmtegea now exist, and are being taken advantage of j but, aa we ourselves foresaw, the capitalist .had the opportunity of enjoying this same pri vileges, and how <an that'.be avoided,' except by making one law for the poor and another...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"HERE'S SPORT INDEED." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

'. HEttli'8 6PORT INDEED." We calle 1 attention last week to what was called a capital «laj'e "eport" at Ot>ertaey, when one of the jockeya broke hia thigh, auoihet .five ribs, a third liis collar-bone, and a steeple-chase borne its back; aud now we Lave to record a still more brilliant exhibition at the Croyd.ou steeplechases on the 27tb nit. The principle of these Cockney saturnalia is as follows: -A speculating publican hire* the ground, %nd arranges the leaps so aa to itisure as many falls as possible, aud then Burnninisea the intended meeting all over the walls of tbe nietrojiolis, announcing an amount of stakes to be ran for which is sure to pay bim well in the shape of the abundant ad mission mouej which it is certain to attract. This he does uudur cover of a committee of very weak young noblemen aud gentleoieu who are not ashamed to lend tbeir nainea At Croydon, on the 27tb, the great attrac tion advertised was "a teusaiion water jump," well advertised in p< at...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. tAhidgei/rem tht Stiibane Daily papen.) » TOOWOOMBA. ' " March 6. She jury in Britain's case were locked nprjpitil ten o'clock last night. They were utiaile to agree, and the caw has been adjontned until next sittings of the Die tnct Court. . weather is fine.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CAN YOU FORGIVE HIM? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

CAN YOII FOEGIVE HIMP M* DEAR Mas. Gbundi.-I am a young bachelor, and have a handsome face and figure, and (what some people may think of vastly more importance) a band earns fortune also. It ia not very surprising therefore that the pleasure of my company is pretty frequently requested by ladies who lmve daughters of a marriageable age. There is a fable, I believe, about the Heir and many friends. Fur myself, I find my friends (so at lent tliey plesse to call them selves) hove daily been increasing since I came into my. property; and none of tbem appear more anxious to maintain theii friendly footing in my house than the ladies 1 have mentioned, who have daughters tu provide for. To these good people it ap pears tu be a matter of astoninhment that I have not a wife. If my ears were only j long enough I should doubtless hear them whispering their wonder at my wretched- j ness. " So fine a property, my dear, and so fine a |>erson too, it is really most Bur prising our yoOng friend...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 5. (before Messrs G. L. Pratten, Charles Clark, and George Clark, J.P.'s) ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867

VASiY.'i'. iv POLICE COUM. I v, Meiic'U 6. I (i>oiore iyieatrd v^. 1*. I'rjiiten, Chariot rrtt: k, ami Q-uOVge Clark, J.P.'a) [ ASSAULT ' ' Walter Dimmick nas brought up -in cu^tgriy on a charge of nsBulcing Reiibey Peafco on tho 25iU l:\bruary. - 1 "'???? Bvubeu Penroe ertid be was a labourer; on tho 25th February be was in the com pany of the prisoner about threeiWlefi from Allot*; was bringing away tis things when prisoner struck hira a violent blow on the shoulder with a stick ; had a falling out on n previous occasion ; on the pre vious day prisoner threatened to murder him ; took his father-in-law with bios for protection against the prisoner; a man named John Young was present, and struck witness first. Philip Copas, being sWoiu, stated that her accompanied bis son-in-law to;/eteh bis things from where he bad Tieen work ing ; was asked to go for bis protection ; got tbe things out 'of tbo huippy when Dimmick (followed by bis mate, -came oat of tbeir but: prisoner's mate be...

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