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THE FENIANS. (From the New York Herald.) Montreal, C.E., January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

THE FENIANS. {From the Ntu York Htrald.) Nouireal, O.li-, January 2. As the guard was being relieved at the gaol iii Sweetehurg, at midnight, they re ported having teen a number of men prowl ing around, aud that after watching the movement* of thuse persons for eoiue time, they discovered that some of them carried ropes, while others were carrying a large |>ieue o( timber, which was evidently to be used as a battering ram to burst open the gaol door. The sentinels having given the alarm, the relief were promptly ordered cat, but the suspicious parties conld cot be found. Colonel Smith being informed of the presence of these oliaraolers by the offi cer of the guard, at onoe ordered extra sen tinels to bis stationed at tbe gaol. Telegrams were aent tp Sir John Michael, Adminis trator of the Government, and to-day it is rumoured that the prisoners will be'removed to Montreal for sate keeping. Toronto, O.W., January 8,1867. A ranour is being cironlated on the streets that Head-Ceutie...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry. THE "PERFECT CURE." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

THE " PERFECT CUBE, Yonng lore be playa «ome fanny trick*, With ni nnlnoky alfea. »lr. 80. gentlemen, I pray look ant, And take ore of youraeltea, «ir; For ODD* I met a nice young mid, Looking ao'demure, And nil at one* to me (he cried, Ton are 1 perfect cure. I waited on ber !ot» of cub, In hopea ber love to (bare, ilr, I with ber used to oat a daah, And all tblnga went on aqnare, air, Until I ought another chap Who on lib kneae did woo ber; Ska cried, aa be my fcoe did (lap, Yon art a perfect cure. I eall'd open ber die Hit day, Oonoerniag that affair, air t I took a aeat, and on it lay. A atrange bat, I declare, air 1 WboM bat ia that ? aaya I-layi aba. Sot youra yon may be aure, 80 yon may walk roor'ckalka from aa, For you're a perfect curr. Cure or no Core, I replied, finch ininlto an not needed - 1 When . tall yonng fallow I eapied, WIjo nearly half killed me did, I tbroogb the window took a leap, And fell In a common newer; Tbey dragg'd me out, and lend did ehout, Uiere goaa ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

ibmtlstm nte. REVISION COURT. A COURT «r PE'iTY SE> S10KK will lie J\ Loldun at the Conit House, Wni-wick, onTOESDAY, (bo 1G1I1 day of Apil. lfeUV, for tbe purpose of DEVISING tlio ELECTOHAL BOLL for tli" District of ttis Entlern Down* i andalaotbe UOLL of (tie Warwick Electorate, under the Act 21) Vic., No. 12. Bj Order. CUaBLES F. COM JUNO. Clerk «l Petty fressions. Court House, Warwick. 6tli March, 18C7. 168 Wotice. MR. H.O HANfOME is nctliorised ta receive Moneys on my ucrcnnt in my atseuce. 185 BBNBY MITCHELL. NOTICE. HATING Poralind from Mr. P. FLEMING tbe BIGHT olISBANDS or all HOBSbH described in a list gut from ecott and ISrebner. any person found using, taking away, or Belling any of the same will be prosecuted M tbe law directs, without reapeot to periods. Tlie nSoi'u are my property, uo other peisou liariug any olalm on tliem. F. MOUGAN, Jus., Butcher, Warwick. Warwick, 11th February. 1SS7. 91 Import act Notice. THE Proprietor of tlie Watttiek At gut takes this .pedal...

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UNITED STATES. New York, January 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

UNITED STATES. New York, January 11th. j The dead-lock between the Executive and Legislative brauclec of the United States coutinuea, and reconstruction, consequently, ia making no piogress. A recent derision of tbe Supreme Court, pronouncing illegal *11 trials by military commission*, except where martial law ts in force, has greatly strengthened the President's position ; and Oongreaa bow openly recognise* in tbe Court a serious obstacle to tbe aacceis of the Radical party. It ia even believed by many .that teat cases will be brought before tbe Court, wbiob will call forth decision* substantially deolaiing the congressional policy of reoenatruotioD to be uuoonstitu tional. Tbe impeaqhment of President Johnson bsi formally been resetted upon by tbe House of Bepresentativea, and . resolution to impeach lias been passed in that body by . vote of 106 to 86. Bepresentative Ashley, of Ohio, presented tbe Resolution, wliiob, with the preamble, read as fol low : " I do impeach Andre* John...

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ARRIVAL OF THE R A K A I A, WITH ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

ABB1VAL OF THE R A K A I A, WITH ENGLISH MAIL Tbe Panama mail .tinner arrived !d Sydney barbour on Sunday morning last, bringing un from Europe to Januaiy 10th, end from America a day liter. We {Daily Guardian) extract the fol lowing iteui of new* from the latent journali Prince Alfred ol England hu aooepted * challenge from James Gordon Bennett, inn., for . jaclit race ronnd tbe Inle of Wight-the Prince niling the Viking, ana Mr. Bennett tbe Henrietta. The London timet aayathat tbe relatione of England with tbe various Power* of tbe world, with the escepton of tbe United States, lave nrely Iwen better. It ho^e* tbat all tbe difference* wfib tbe United 6tatee may be amicably Milled through arbitration. Tbe Government of Buglaud and France kl»(, it ii laid, com* to a mutual under standing not to interfere in tbe differenoea between Greece and Turkey, unless Ruuia .honld undertake to intervene. The Emperor Napoleon made a speech on New Year'* Day to the Oorpa Diplo matique, in whioh b...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (AhUfti /rem the JSriibmt DM]/ paper*.) BOCKHAMPTON. March 8. A raab occurred At the begi ming of the week to the upper end of the township at Crocodile Creek. Several claims were pegged out, many of which are said to have turned out well. There ore about 200 men at work there at the present time, all of whom are raid to be getting gold. Account* from the Morinish diggings are of an encouraging character, and the yield is improving. The Engineer of Bonds, accompanied by Mr. Jardtne, Gold Commissioner, is en gaged in laying out a township at Croco dile Creek diggings. Tbe yields at these diggings are becoming heavier. ** March 11. The Morinish diggings are increasing in richness. It is estimated that over a thousand diggers are on the ground, and the majority of tliem are doing well. Splendid reel's are reported to have been found, as well as a large eitcul of aurifer ous alluvial country. The reports from Crocodile Creek arc also favourable. Further aggressions hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS Aim ADVER TISERS. We beg to flats that our Account* for the \ quarter ending 31«< December last are now in course of delivery, and we hope they trill he settled without the least delay Those in arrears mill kindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to them. C3" Tbubehig the proper tims/br payment if subscriptions in advance, we trust our JHends trill acknowledge tie foot bysend ity remittances.

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

WARWICK. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A general meeting of this body was hold yesterday afternoon at tbe Town Hall. Tbe members present were-His Worship tlie Mayor, Aldermen Bienden, Affleck, Crombie, Bugdeo, Morgan, and Brown. TUii minutes of tlie previous meeting were read and confirmed. COIt RES POJTDENCE. From his Worship the Mayor to the Hon. the Minister for Lands, again ealling attention to the application lately made to continue Grafton-etreet to the Conda tnine. The Surveyor-General had pre viously reported upon the matter, and a reply was sent to the Mayor that it was not deemed expedient to exteud the street to the Condamine. - The Mayor now asked thnt the matter be re-considered, and in his communication furnished seve ral arguments why the Government should accede to the request. IUPJIOYEMKNT COMMITTEE. Keporfc No. 01 of the Improvement Committee was brought up, stating (hat certain streets had been cleared to their satisfaction, and recommending that tlie report bo adopted. On t...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

Iml Nsw Zhiolvkkti-Charlta 8weetl«nd. of Warwick. *torekeep«r. Vint public sitting on Monday, 18th March; «eco: d pnblic'aUtlng on Thoraday, 18th April. O. WHlaOh and Co., etorekeepen, of Warwick, yirst pablie sit ting on Monday, 18 Ui Karoh, second public sitting on Thumdajr, 18th April. In thi BopnmOwrt, Briabane, on tb* 8th taitMt,' npon the motion of Ih* Attorney* ? General, tb* oondltlonel admission of Robert Good Fuller u attorney, &o" of the Su preme Court or^aeetulaod, w oonfirmed. Htt Execi&cvoi't Vin*-Preparationa have already been oommtncad for tb* reception of hi* Hae*1)*i>cy lis Unrntr. in. Warwick. 6bonld tho weather pror* favonrabl*, it will b«ti«|glu|ilil»)rkih/ Hupoey er Qukimiuhd,-We bnv* to «s> knowledge Part 1, of "The Hietoiy «I tb* Colony of Qutntuf " from lulntilimev in mo, to the oloae of 1666, by Mr. William Coote. The flrkt part contain* forty pages of ootevo, bat the- pnbllablng jiiIn ' it not named. It U printed by J. W. Walker, of B...

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

AGENTS. THE following Gentlemen hare been appointed unto for Bill paper, and are euUioneed to reoftivt tabacripUon* m<t RvAnMf . . . * CvDBIlTe ifrsteL - - . Gbivill* * BIRD Teuterfleli . - - G. Wlu»os. ?treat, W«rwrea, ?" T« w»«»j >» - and alio published at Uonae-etreet, Tanter Geld In the colon; of New £eatl> Vtlfir Flidif, Mtrch 15, 16(7.

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TALGAI GOLD FIELD. (From the Guardian's own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

TALGAl GOLD FIELD. (Frnm tk» OttArdiatl** rtun f!nrr»tnnnAtuni \ Mining affiiirs generally look a little brighter than has been the case during the past few months. This result has been brought about by the fact that the miners are beginning to find out that a certain though moderate remuneration for their labour is far preferable to the* " hit or miss" luck, consequent upon tra velling about to illusive but illusoiy rushes, iu New South WaleB and else* where. I Use the term " moderate remu neration" in n certain sense, because the gold miner's ideal return for his labour, while engaged io the aelunl quarrying <if the quartE more frequently than not, fades nway before the stern reality of the ret<.rt. In the early days of this gold field, when a return of many ounces to the ton was the prevailing idea, and rich speci mens were plentiful, eu many reports were made, and «o much nonsense written and published, that public expectation began to be roused. It followe...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

An alti-nipt Las been mads to set fire to Macgregur's Union -Concert Hall, East street, Kockhamptoo, but the fire was discovered before it bad done much mis chief. Had the attempt been successful, the flames would have involved adjacent buildings, and great, loss of property would have been the result, sb a strong wind was blowing at the time. The fire was evidently the work of an incendiary, and the police are making strict inquiry into the ajfiur.-Guardian. Our ([Guardian) Inglewood corfecpon 'dent informs us that -considerable doubt existt in fads locality as to whether the township of Inglewood is in the Elect jral district ot Eastern or Western Downs. We are astonished to learn that any doubt should exist on this point, when it could eo easily be resolved. The -Government Printer some time ago prepared a most excellent atlas of the -colony of Queens- ' land, -consisting of some .thirteeu maps ; compiled at the office of -the Surveyop General. The alias is on sale at the Governm...

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A SCOTCH BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

A SCOTCH BREACH OF PBOMIUE CASE. At the Sheriff Small Debt Court, Gree Dock, but week, Margaret M'Kclvie, a farm servant at Greeniide, near Kilmarnock, brought en action against Hugh Ferguson, farm fcervaot.at Kirkton, Neilstoo, for £20 damage*, restricted to £12, for having failed to imnlment bie promiae to marry tbe partner. The parties having been exam ined, Sheriff Oowau gave bia decision. Tbe evidence for the pursuer, be remarked, rested principally on a number of letter* which it wa* admitted that tbe defendant bad written to tbe pursuer. Some of the letters had a more important bearing on tbe oase than others. His lordship then referred to one dated in July, 1865, part of wbioh be read, and which expressed the writer's devoted affection for the pursuer. Tbe warmest period of attachment, how ever, aeemed to have been in October, 1665. Two letters written by the defender in that mootb were particularly founded on by tbe pursuer. The irst was dated 1st October, 1866, in which th...

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FEMALES. (From the Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

FEMALES. (Frtm the TaU MM Oaatie.) A new crime has just been invented in France which suggest* sundry serinus leflecticns. Everybody knows, or m least ought to know, that by our English law it is en offence to kiss a woman against tier will, but it has been reserved for French jurisprudence to determine that it i a criminal act to call a woman a " fe sale." The Imperial Court of Biom, in lie Puy-de-Dome, baa 'decided that this pithet applied to a"woman constitutes an ,iu]t, and is to be punished -accordingly is the information which supplies this Oporlant intelligence does not supply the acuol.French word which is thus ueld to be insulting to the modesty of women, wo are unable to decide whether it |>re> cisely corresponds to its English equiva lent, and must be -content to remain in tho dark as to the social or judicial animus which lias thus added one more to thenlreadv long list of forbidden things in France. Here in England we 4o not suppose that the application of any -si...

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THE FIGHTING MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

THE FIGHTING MEMBER. The parity of the American legislature is best evioced by a contemplation of tbe element composing it. Most of oor Victo rian and many of oor New South Wales reader* will remember the gambler and pu gilist, the New York and Californian rowdy John Morrisey'a visit to Melbourne a few years since-and that be wee a man not unly csadled in tbe stews of iniquity, but a man who was ateepcd to tbe lips in every crime to which the heaviest penalties of tbe British law are attached. Of such staff is the American members of Congress madi, not only in this instance but in many. Tbe correspondent of tbe Spectator, writing from New York, says:-" I do not credit tbe Free-soil Democrats with tbe election to Congress-to Congress, mind, not to a State office-of John Morrissey, who has been seven times indicted for burglary, or for assault with intent to kill " feloniously with a certain knife' or 4 feloniously with a certain pistol,' as his indiotments read ; who has been thriee ...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY. MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

WARWICK PETTY .DEBTS COUBT TUESDAY. MAAOS 12. (Before Menn. 1). Otino, mod fl. . Clark, J.F.'a) Bank of New South Wales v. A. M'G> Simpson.-Mr. Fuller appeared for the plaintiff^ and Mr. Addenbrooke for the defendant. Mr. Fuller said that the case had been previously heard, and it was only necessary that judgment should be given. Mr. Addenbrooke (aid that no evidence had been taken down by the Clerk, and the Bench could not therefore adjudicate upon the matter. Their Worships stated they could do nothing in the matter, as they were not on the Bench when the case was previously heard; and as the Police Magistrate was expected home in a week, they would adjourn the case for eight days. [Mr. Thompson took his seat on the Bench.] Lester v. Lenehan.-The plaintiff did not appear, and the case was dismissed. Dinte v. Horsmsn.-Tie plaintiff in this case, which was adjourned toenable hitn to produce further evidence, made no appearance. Verdict for the dofertdnnt, with costs. Mr. Oienham ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THK MAILS. ARRTVAtS. vrmm Maryland, every ivetqay, at i jm»., ana every 8aturday at ? p.m. «. Briebane end fpsurich, via Drayton, by Cobb'i coachei, every Tuesday, Thure* &ay< and Saturday,at 3p.m. «i Ley burn, pia T'ltyti Uiggingt,every Wed needay, at-neon* PEfARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.m^ and every Thursday, at i p.m. Britbane end Tpttcich, via Drayton. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by CohbU eoachet, at 9 a.m. it Warwick to Zeybum, every Thursday, at 4 a.m. K.B.- Lettert mutt be fotted at the Country half en hour previous tt the time fixed (or Mi despatch of fnttilt, but tote letter* will be received to arfMiit a quarter of an hour% upon a fee of a eizptnny etanp being affixed to each letter, Netoipapere are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed for doting the mailt. The Englieh mail elctet on or about the 17th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

W ARWICK ARGUS *>» TmrrBMTIBLD CHRONICLE It pablishsd »rnf Ttosday *ndljFriday JiOTlcfa, «nd forwsrdsd to «11 parts of the Aufaraliaa soSonlss. Tbbmw OF SUBSCRIPTION. Quarterly (lb adrpnoe) Orte^onsoootnpiisdbypayment will re tilt March, 80th June, SOih Slit Decembers aspiration of each quarter, TERMS FOB ADVEBWBING. Twoltaee J . Fear lints J ® Stall** . ® Eight Unes {'V"» Efeij^sddttionsl fir* lines, or ^ ^ Large"**4 disp^T®*' *d»*rttoements u per **Alib«rtlidiscount slloweaon *arerHsement» ordered for tnor* than ilz consecutiv* Insertions, Births, panrUfM, «r deaths, 8s. tacbinser. "h tin absence of written instructloni to the Hnlni^.ilnitiitiiiBb will be Inserted until ^A^crttwnaenU ttitft 1* sent in to the Office not Inter than o'clook on Umwj and Tliors it, afternoons, eld orders (or the withdrawal or alteration of adrartUamsnU, must bssent is fcr »«* 00 proprietor. JOB PRINTING. *Fu Proprietor of the Mftxmns* Aboei begs to announce to the residents of tbe district that be i...

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

THE fflrwfcfi S [xyxt) tekteefibld cheonicle. FRIDAY, MAECH 16, 1867. SEFERBUTO again to the result of the operations of the Leasing Clauses Act, which has now become the theme of the day, we an desirous of seeing the land occupied not only by farmers, but also by thoM who oonbioe farming frith grazing. "We believe this was one of the ideas irhich the framere of the Bill had in view, when the maximum area allowed to be taken up under the Act was fixed at 2560 acred.' This gives the man of limited capital an opportunity of investing pretty largely, should he take up land under the Leasing Glause* We ahould certainly Bay that in this colony a man who can com mand from £1000 to £8000 is a capitalist, and it is auchmou whom it is desirable to secure as colocista. Tbey have exactly the same privileges as the poor man who occupies or cultivates his twenty or thirty acres. " CAUSTIC," who has again written a long letler to the D. D. Gazette on the subject, seems favourable to the principle...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

WisimLY CALENDAR. llcb. IS .It H, Iff 16 17 Taei. Wed. Tbar§. nw*r But SDN. |Sub MtlJ; ?. K. I

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