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A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
A STRANG-1£ STORY. A brief paragraph in a London weekly contemporary, which ia at present going tbe round of tbe press, lets iu a little light upon a most remarkable incident, 't was an incident which cast a aoinbre el>>ud over the memory of a distinguished diviue who had but shortly before been laid in the grave, and which sbookod and grieved his eurviv ing friends almost beyond the power to express. As tbe paragraph to which we have referred only tells a little part of the story, and bb there are many good reasons both of a private and public natnre why more should be told, we now proceed to give the - details of tbia strange story. Many persona in thia district, a: indeed all over England, will readily recall the name of tbe Rev. Dr. Harris. Be was for seve ral yeara the honoured head of the leading metropolitan college in connexion with the Independent Churches of England. He was, what few tbeologieal professors are, one of the most graceful of pulpit orators. His brilliau...
CHIOAGO—A WONDERFUL CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
CHIOAGO-A WONDERFUL CITY. Tbe Timet correspondent sends home an interesting letter about a most interesting American city-Chicago. Thirty years ?go it was a militsrv post for Indians, among whom a handful of white men carried ou a precarious trade. Now ii is a filace whose sodden growth aeemi more ike a fairy tale than a plain matter of fact. It is bat a few years since that the land on which Chicago s ands night have been bought outright for fewer hundreds of dollars than it would now oost millions. Only three years ago a gentlemen bought some land for (4000, for which he now re fuses ibe oiler of $30,000. The streets almost seem to grow up in a night. The landmarks and boundaries become old and are superseded in a couple of year*. Men make colossal fortunes daring the few years that their children are at eobool. As yon walk along the streets there are pointed out to yon a dosen men who came into tbe city poor boys, and are now worth their millions. There is one well-known firm her...
Local Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
jocat .." Police^-W* understand th*t* l«« some alteratlons'tn th* polio* foroo h*re. Ml, Sub Inspector Harris hag ben appolnted'Pirtrlet Inspector of police etatiot* lo addition to bis duties a» Sub-Inspector of tbe Waswlekoou stabulary.- Bo will visit Alloraand Ltylorn «ac« a month, and Qoondiwindl ill Inglewood . etary three months. A now dffloor, S*rg*ant Francis, has been appointed to take charge of ttfla station daring the ptrlodloal abseoos ;of the Sub-inspector. Wo have therefore re ceived an-addithm tooOr police fori;*. LAUD.-Bince our l**t report. th* following , c pan try lot* of land have been stlecudat tl1 per acre in the pariah of King'a Gre'efc:-Mar garet Boil, 40 acrei; Herman Burg*, 40 sere*; George Clark, acrqs. The bUmii^'g)i-' ohise baa been made onder the leafing Olauiee Act County of Pntten : Slita Springett, 64 acre*. His EXCELLENCY TH* Qotcbno*'* jfrfirjf TO Was WICK.-A preliminary meeting "wan bald at the Criterion Hotel yaiterdaj foaming, at eleven o'clock, ...
EMU CREEK DIGGINGS. Telegrams and correspondence of the S. M. Horald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
EMU CBBBK DIGGING B. TVIcfrsmi ui) eorrupenittui tf (hi S. M. Ar«M.) We bid a day'* rain her* yesterday (19th), tutU was only a ntHpitlmin that penetrated Into tbe ground without runuing off | tbs water. works and dams bars not therefore benefitted by it . Wash ing it going on rery vigorously, and at aome of the dams where tha water is fatliog.they. are. actually carting it from the eprinns, and turning It into the datnito keep npthe aupply. In mod ease* tbe water they are now washing with ii baldly to be called . liquid, for It baa got to thick that it nay almost be said to tnve consistency. The ! reanlt is great Watte in washing, aa the j thick water is ante to carry off with it all tbe finer gold. Theeunounta of gold last week; 1404 at., ware larger than that of tbe preceding week, 1S66 pi., and this week tbe probability la that something like tbe same amount aa laat week will be * ashed qntso that, Iboklng tbna only at tbe protpecu for next escort, I think it ; will mob 6000 «c....
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
ARRIVE AND DEPARTURE OK THR MAILS. ARRIVALS. rttm Maryland, ntru Tv ex nay, at I p.m., ana tttry Saturday at 6 p.m. " Brisbane and Ipttcich, via Drayton, by Oefib't coachet, every Tuetday, Thurt day, and Saturday,at 3p.m.* " Lit/burn, via Tilgii LHgginge.evtry Wed netday, at tioon. DKIARTURES. For Maryland, tttry Monday, at 8 a.m., on#" eftry T\urtday, at 4 p.m. Briibant and fpittet, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednetday, and Friday, by CoU't coachet, at 9 a.m. « . Warwick to Ltyburn, tvery Thurtdty, at 4 «,.». ' 1T.B.-ktttirmutt bt foitti at (he Country Officii Aalf an hour previout t i the time fixed (or lie despatch ef mailt, but late Ifttert will be received to' within a juartir of an hour, upon a fee of a tizpeany ttamp being affixed te each tetter. tfwiMftri ar^ rejvtrtdto be potted em AaW btfort tne Tint appbintli "far clcting the mail'. '. Tht Snglitk mail elotct an or uftut the llthv .f every month. ' "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
THE WARWICK ARGUS AK» ' THKTBBSIELD CHRONICLE It nubtitbed erery latmlnj end f'ldej monilcfa. and fonrariUd to *11 puts of the Aantraliea ooloptM. .TBBlia OF 'SDBSCBIFTIOM. 4naH*ly«ia adnwM) *». Dittelcndit) toompanliiiby ptejpayip«Bt*lU ro HU>np. jpHuii Sigt March, 80th Jnne, DOth Bopttmbar, lAlht - December. SabMnbenWiihlnjte nUUnirttjilr ounee from the (let be rwrutred *0 forward their resignfttioo (together with all wrem) direct to »be offioe atleait focrteao clear daja before the .xplration of each qnartar. TBBMBTOB ADYERXI8ING. TirollnM ..... 1 I PmtIIiim I 0 elKHaee.. e « BiSSy Edition j ' aVe"' ll'nw, or * ° tinlw'. ..... I 0 I*rp'*&t iUplayed fdvertieeuionte u per ?rrofimtnt y ? -i. . A liberal ^dU«HU>t allowed onrirertlienieoti oidMWQjroP inowibiii lixtODUCQtlrolnNrtloni. Birthi,' nSdSttiaiJ ~4t daittik, St." each Inter- ! tlon. : ? In to a>mo» of written Jnetruotioiiito *be : eontrary.adTertieeinenta will In inaeited until ; AiwttiWWiiiutlW Milb'lt dn Off...
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
TO suibsciiriikits AND 2DVX$> , Tissm - We tiy to itate thai oujr Aeeounti for the &lt; quarter ending 31*/ DeccmltrZael arc now in cetfaif gf delivbty'i fad $8 hope&ey' will MT 4cttied icithost Ike le&st delay >&lt; Thote in arreari tiill kindly oblitje tu by \ a prompt utdment, at our requirement*' mmt ti%W**> ?}... "I 4s&" TSw leing the proper timeforpeymtht j of tuUcpjptlop jin advance, tee trutt cur friendndll acknowledge the fact by tend-. ing remittoncet.
Poetry. FAREWELL TO SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
FABEWELL TO SCOTLAND. Farewell I to thee, Scotland, tba lui if my birth, Tbh loug ling'ring look I* tba Wit one of thee, The only one apot that I lore on the earth Ie fading In durkneii, for ever to tne ; Yet where'er I winder, whatever my lot. Lord land of my fatheri, tbou'lt ne'erbe forgot. IVe wandered thy green grteiy dell*, when . obUd, I're loved m a boy o'er tby mountelni to roam, To gue on tbe torrent, at, headlong and wild. It dallied o'er tbe ellff. till it whitened In foam. Or moling in eolitnde dream that the fame Of a Vituci or Bran might encircle my name. Though the bright mnny dayi of childhood an ? gode, I thought in my folly far aver would lait. Though tbe beautiful dreami of my boyhood an flown, And the long cherlibed Titton of glory U P*»t. Though alone in the world, all Mendlna I be, Loved land of my Ik then, my heart ellugi to the*. How often I're wiihed to have lived long ago, .When tbe heel of a Tyrant wm trampling the land, At Wuxaoi'i aide to have (truck but...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
StettCfflticott?, ;fciB»airir'ofr&E PtiLWt>-Tlie llbmv of tue piu|«t to be at much abated In America at the liberty %f the preu. When the B«die*l contention met at Pliili wuiii(i|mihi dnnutl At (VesMeat ml dneatened Art Ootgiw would inpowh him if bt did not execute the 1**-I paated by that body. It* Rev. Mr. Newman, chaplain for die occuion> then offered npa prayer, of which tin Joi .lowingUentioerptt " A'migbty ftod, we beeeeeh Thee to ddim niton Ifee ral« t*f tad men, especially frwo bkn (Andrew Johnton) who, through 8*4ai>ic agency, ha*' been niwd to authority over W> and whs,, .biuing (lift atMtjr, is endangering not. .only the life of oar BapnUifc bat ear per sonal liberty. Oreat ^Gi^t make iare Thine a no fa nogaanevtpdeave m from liia itif*awn». and nrinoiM- pelley. Tbe: American peeeri aaytkatloiulftriet .of - Amen " endowed tb*aat&lt;>%i>&Bf »PF.**1 *o the Deity. . j - ? , r .. We hid the pietonr»*jj>fardiy'ifftwfe liqg froai~Too...
? SYDNEY. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
f ? SYDNEY. March 6. Trial KOrreys of railway extension to " W*gga Wagga are being proceeded with: 'The market* are quiet. Chilian wheat baa' beeb Bold by auction at 4a. fid. MarteHVbrandy has been disposed of at 6s. 8d. ; The cargo at Oregon timber, ex liaverabaoi liaa beorieold at tweDty-two and sixpence per'hundred feet for drested I boards, and fourteen shillings for lum ber;,*. !I^e fiftieth anniversary of the Sydney Auxiliary Bible Society, is to be cele brated to-morrow by a public breakfast. The governor iiaa expressed his willing nets to preside at a general meeting to be held afterward*. March 7. The result of the preliminary investiga lion into the Bailway Department ia the ausjfensioii of Mr. Bae, Commissioner and Unwr-Sepretary ; Mr. Walker accountant anil'Mrl Vernon audit clerk. The Min isterjfor Works i» now acting as Commis si oneir. : Messrs. JAn BobertfXm, Jt. Peel Bay* ? tnond, and John Young,'*>f- Sydney^have : been sworn in aa Justices of the Peace ft* the co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
-. TBB > BtuU H 8PKCUL JUBTWE#T»t* nqnuted fo look In at (b* ~«Kt ottbtVObrt Hmm, TBI8 week. ... e. r,ccMMiNO, Scgutw. Court Hodm. Warwick." llth M«rob, 1M7. 1M &EVTBION GOU&T. AOOtJBT of PETIT 6BP810N8 %tll U toMw at tho* Cowt BOON, Wcnrlck, «m TUESDAY. «b* lEIb d.jf of Anil. 1867, for the purpow of BSVISIKO Ifao &LECTOBAL BOLL Air tbo DirtrlctoC th« Etitorn Down t *»i alio tbe BOLL tfUn WarMdk Itlwloili, undor the AM M Vie, Ma 18. Bt Order* : CH*PLB8 F. CUIUS DtO, Cleifc tt Petty Mm Court Houe, VirwMu 6th Itanb, 1BOT. US Hotice. MB. H.O BAHBOMKinathntaatottoeH ICCOOIt In. By (IMPOI. US UENBY MITCHELL. Warwick School of Arts. J-ft fault (rocAL AID ELOCCltSMAM), ' laaidoftha . Fl&M OF THE ABOVE INflTITOTTOK, WHI be given iii Mm ?» On FRIDAYEvening, tit 22nd Mirth. Ohafr to U taken by 0. CUBE, E«a., at do'eloek. AdmlHion-ONE BHILLTOQ. walteb BELWAY, ItS Secretary. !?; J «eff&lt; .. . fKTfLL takejfltae at the Bqrd Hotel.« .-W-^ MONDAY KVJEKUJ...
ADELAIDE. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
ADELAIDE. March 7. - Judge Bootbby declares the Chief Jus tice's appointneut, and consequently all bis decisions, illegal. Wheat i'b easier. ' 8exf-bebfeot.-The Ma^a (at photo grapher's window): " Ob, Jem, you eaid you'd give me your photorgraf; now, - let's go in and get it done." Jem: " Oh, I dessay.l _ an' 'ave toy carte de wisete atuck up: in the winder o' all these 'ere -bally-gats au' 'igh-cUurcb parsons ? no Sairey P'
OUR GOOSE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
QUE GOOSE CLUB. Men who stick a glass in their eje', vficp ibeir eight is perfectly sound. People who send u» hamper* at Christ mamand forget to par tbe carnage. ? People who go to Quack Doctor*. Peoplo who whan tnev lose at whist in variably say it's the card*. -People *ho;give you Martala, and call it Sherry. ^ ^ People who vat^iies when they don't .like them: . t Women who trail silk dresses along dirty pavements. Women who *ay " dear" to esch other when they are on the verge of a auarrel. People who propose your Jiealth after ?upper. People who call everything nice. . , l People who have white and fluffy thingt on their couches and easy-chain. People who eneouxage atreefcoigaas.. People who say " thank*." People who collect old poetagtf stamp*. People who laugh iat: jokes in French, of which they don't unoeratind a single ' word. -.> Hailway directors who persist in refu*: 'ing emolm smoking carnages. PeopleVho won't fctirguUsee, because ' their aleefraid of. being thought ol...
HORSES, AND THE WAY TO BREED GOOD ONES. (To the Editor of te. S.Mt. Herald.I [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
HORSES, Aiifl WAY TO BREED GOOD ONES. i (To the Editor of th. S. Jt. Herald.) I fir,-Hones htre become so numerous' tbit an unbroken one .ii. almost valueless. It (night to be, a condition of the owners of such stock to point out bywhat-wift tbey are'fo be made1 Tslasble, andit' sbould;be smongst the many nmtt^rs(one in whiph tbe QoreMpent may be expect ed to interest itself.' . . ?. ,. Wets it pecosssryte oouat 600 cavalry, horsesicould not it purchased auitable, and yet they are for plentiful astorbea nuisance in every district.'^ - I beard, that at. ilanero 800 hones bad J been impounded ' frA4m#; irtij .fam,fit'tjoida. not re^om them, jjaicjuoHsly lowamthe bound charges are now tnnite, IChefcs honeiJwere jpBrohasedf it i» atijr pence feach, an4 ,&lt;po| to prevent ftii^her trespass^-. ehowitig, 0»PT, ««K notjygftli. -the grass tbey ate. &lt;.& . ; To raise good hems is a matter of great importance to the&ate as well aa to indivi^pkls. To ao we sho...
RBIDYT, MRSHB 8. (Before Messrs, W. Thompson, and F. Margetts, J.P.'s.) CUTTING AND WOUNDING, WITH INTENT TO COMMIT MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 March 1867
FRIDAY, MARCH 8. &nbsp; (Before Messrs. W. Thompson, and F. Margetts, J.P.s.) CUTTING AND WOUNDING, WITH INTENT TO COMMIT MURDER. Hugh Fraser appealed in custody charged with cutting and wounding, with intent to commit murder, one William Dillon, at GIengallan, on the previous day. Mr. Oxenham appeared on behalf of the prisoner. No evidence was taken, the sub-inspec- tor applied for a remand. Prisoner was therefore remanded for eight days. Mr. Oxenham applying that prisoner be admitted to bail, which was refused, the sub-inspector having stated that the wounded party was in a dangerous condi- tion. WAGES. John Aspinall was summoned by James Fox for neglecting and refusing to pay wages due to him, amounting to £27 19s. 6d. Mr. Conquest for plaintiff, and Mr. Fuller for defendant. James Cox, sworn, said he resided at Maryland Gap, and was a mail contractor; engaged with defendant on the 28th - August, 1865, at £1 per week, and re- mained in the service until the 20th Feb &...
GREAT FIRE AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867
GREAT FIRE AT THE CRYSTAL PALACB. A fir* brolce oat at the Crystal PaUce on Sunday, December 80, which destroyed the whole of the tropical department, with lie fine arts courts. How the conflagration originated it not known. The following narrative will lie fouud to contain all tlut can be at preaent learned:-At twenty minutes past one o'clock in the afternoon, a policeman walked round the conrta at the tropical end of the Palace, and everything seemed then to he quite safe ; there was not the slightest auell of fire then noticeable. At 2 o'clock, or a few minutes before that boar, a fire was found to be raging in .the neighbourhood of tbe leoture room. The flames spread with astonishing rapidity to the studios near, thence to tbe reading, room and Byaantine Court, and soon dense masses of smoke filled the wholo of the tropioal department, wbiob is separated from the rest of tbe bnildlng by an immense canvas screen. The inhabitants of the neighbourhood soon saw that something was am...