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GREAT RUSH FOR THE NEW DIGGINGS. LEADERSHIP OF THE OPPOSITION. (From the Empirs.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

GREAT RUSH FQft 4H!C NEW DIG GINGS. LEADERSHIP OF * HE OPPOSITION. (From iht Bmpirt.) No soOnet \vu it geb'tralty known that Cowper bad retire'] from tbs honourable and Inortlin pott of Leader of the Opposi tion than the moat intense exaiteiuOnt per* vaded die Parliamentary cirale, and a Spirit of rivalry was evoked which threatens to break out into open Airfare, demanding (he combined did of all the military re Sources of tbe colony for its suppression. Already tbe anthoritiea bsvs been com jwlled to adopt precautionary measures. At tba Infirmary, all tbe bleeding lincets bar* bad a fresh rub on tbe grindstone; detectives, armfed with strait waiateoats patrol tba city and suburbs by night and day, and thfe Superintendent at Tarban Creek la commanded to bave cold shower baths ready at a moment's notice. The magnificently profitable character of tbe vacant diggings, and tbe, immense " pile" generally understood to nave been realised y tbe lata fortunate miner, has rendered tbe offioe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

f From the Ouariitn.) On the mn Fobrutry Mr Duntili, the J JC^QcdluroflLe .Lithejuer, snnoaoced j the Ministerial (irogra umo of Reform. The Ministry propose that tbe House should proceed by resolution upmi thin question, and that rating be the basis of the new franchise, but no precise limit bw yet 'been stated. There is also to be such «n Alteration of the existing bouo | daries or boroughs that nouc will be wholly disfranchised thereby. The Timet in commenting upon these proposals con demns Mr. Disraeli and bis speech. It is rumoured that the Government intend to throw the responsibility of dealing with tbe Reform question upon'the House of Commons. A teform demonstration which took place on* tbe lltli of February passed off quietly, notwithstanding the apprehen sions prevalent that riots might ensue. At Chester, several hundred persona had,assembled who were supposed to be Fenians. Troops were forthwith dis patched to prevent any outbreak. Tid ings to the 14th anuounce that Ches...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

Mwrfismtitfc. BikerVOven. fflO ItT^itltaUe'Mr'iiftnM Baker,' * good J., SLABBED. QO08E, wltb tiro Komm and 6UIU90. jrltt ^up«r4pr, .larga Orm , Benf M erate. Appl^te ? j j. ... ??? *MB. THOBSMAN, Paroy-atreet, ? 184 , Wawrlck. . CAUTION I ,». ft» ii nJ"~ WE. *he tmdertigfte<lr'tteret>y enotion any peraon or peraooa from PDHCHABINO the Right of Brandt of #11 Cattle branded JK , dV ramp or riba, without receiving oor receipt, 1 tbe aafoe teln* ooi1 o«t twpntf, knd He one LoMi any .lerigara-whii later nn them. ,, !. .?«-? ISVINB;* M-KENZ1K. ' Tpolooig, Marcfc i, 1867, , , , 166 . .;{? n.i.nu.1 d.jii h.'j vi.uiii ;i ».- tOMJTIGlf. i ,.ti i. ;j Uf ii'*'-- ?: ? "r HEHBT Oslrtkm'VBt Clirfymnn or Kfjrle :1 tawfnm AKvrytec t»p dmurtitw BARAR ?' > ..WILUAM riLtON,: they Mng and ; '«nd. 1 *jlj not be ton jwnitthM'ftir «tl^r debt# contracted It} either of *5C:J x.i'* .: .AKtrF&ASER .> . ir i '? ,,-r -WW#* - . . 'T MfeJtO. WHITE, Jam, JL to oolieot K^iitj end Money* d...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, February 9, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

COMMEHCIAL. !Lotfix>2L Februarr 9. The Bank of England' returns for t|ie week ending Jauuary . 31, show the follow* i(|g tihaagea: -Increase rtttftve, notes, one hundred and eighty-»eyen thousand pounds (£187,090) ;i decrease in bullion, obe thousand pound* (£1000); decrease in bill* discounted, two buudred and frgrenty-onfetbpusand (pounds (£221,000). Advices from New Fork state that At Washington House the Representative! have ordered tbe preparation of a Hill to prevent any further contraction of tbe ?currency during tbe present year.

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

W )*..* -WJJ v-M ,l'" u-f turn. deiitylliuf i .and til order 'to add to tfcfirMnibma1 bill, mtkiuc., fcaW^ril^^wi 'two yearsa aiiH&hiit* crate fordivprce, Iih t»h«4 the 'Vermont" L^Wrtui*, ( ThedecheeSor & ToKeainee' Moi$|y, :ig u ' this cjtr mt^fn'jtepwte.'tf jnrwttwn absolute 4l*prMf . glW*eefc'1md fonir' a&'fTO'ttie fatf atft ^>h busbihds. InmUr'Iritim, pending in'tbe iifJJfiefcity' . at tbe presant'time Is bit we«ieevi'A and eight tnuidred. ''Facts like "tlese'telT terribly -uppntMr, vendition ''&t 'so^ety, , and MjteaaUyagiiinit w*y tarly ftMttfafgfesr' - wbieh are often thecause of tnnfciuV'ati.' satisfaction and diig^t.'and end ihkeuiUJ ration anddiforoe. t,o/\«epai«te <by UW' tfor lib mail anil jwife for drunk^n'rim*, when the woman deliberatdjr tike* a' drnnken man Tot her fcniband, 'U but paying a bigb pmuinm for critnte and . adding to the original offence.-Uidtdt Slatet Econfmut, WaonoHBtDi-Amonp "the most tin 'pleasant peopl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CONTINENTAL. LONDON, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

CONTINENTAL. Xondo m, .Jnduary 30. Latest intelligence from Greece is to the effect that tbe Government intends increasing tbe army, on account of tbe threatening Attitude assumed by Turkey. Tbe debate on tbe Kmperor's addre& bas ojiuned in tbe French Chambers. It is'believed thnt the jurisdiction of the Press trill be transferred to tho Cor rectional Tribunal. Tbe-Frepeh l(Iiuhtry is being fecan. etructed. M. Fuuld, Minister for Fiasice, retires/ and is to be succeeded -by M. Itouber. Schleswig-Holsteiu has been formally incorporated with Prussia. The Emperor .of Austria bas resolved to (grant a separate Legislature to Hungary.

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Colonial Items [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

loutdC L(cms, THE Fiesi Titts iff Too^oouBi.-Ou Sunday inornui({ about twenty iniuuteato nine o'clock a fine broke out to 0 .range -of stables belonging to Mj;, IFraaer, pf the Queen's Arma Hotel, aad: situate it the. rear of -Hegarfy'a stores. The stables - .were used by Messrs. CobbapdCo., but at the time they were unoccupied by any of their horses, but coutained some two or three tons of both hay nnd rice straw. The buildings, being old.wtfo'soon onto ttass of flames, and the efforts of the bystapders' were seed to ar*gat the. fiamesby polling dotvo the fencing communicating with the other buildings, iu spite of aome opporf tion on the part rf Sir. Malouey, aud happily they were successful, and the. £re wu confined to the raqge of atablek which were completely destroyed. Had .the firo broken opt duringthfe oight.the cousequenoei1 would faavs been -*erjr serious; Mit^waa.it Teouiredthe uttt>o*t exertkns ;ropH;'b|e^t:tb4ii«veiAtheT flames extending. Tjbik k the first fire which ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

AMEBIC A.. President Jot neon baa voted the bill admitting the territories of Colorado and Nebraska to the Union. The Judiciarj Committee are con sidered likely to report against the im peachment of President Johnson, or to Jeaveit-to the decision pf .thoucir Con*, grew.

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

Wa regret to cbiimliltt <b entertalu ment -which tru '»o haire takon pUce tbii I owning fau been postponed, ,4* «eon»»5iiene» (uittMli oni advermiog volaAUJ of th«'' aUenoa {romtown of una of thf gentlemen who ware to llave.taken part therci:. Nudate hai been fixed for tit* futoro performance of j the entertainment, and Wa presume it <vritl be aome time before It take« pUoe. Wa hu*a no | doabt ««r*nl -of «or reader# will b* diaap polntad at thil aeoond poitpontfeiept, Lot 4 til | certainly baiter than ool/plaolng Jhalf ttaa programme bafon iba asfiaaga. Wa baltava a great daal of trouble and axpenae has been . Incurred, end irt trnet that at aome fnlnra time onramatenra will'make thair appeas-anon on the board* and fulfil tjbair promliei. QuaBirrisa o* Snit«p-By a i>roclam<t(on in tba OtMroaMl OmttUn, on the Uth of September, 1886, It v*a deelertd that aiieep ?? -from other oolongs, bronglitVfcy p?a, tttght b« permitted .to eater QaeeBjiMifl upoft...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE[?]AILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

AfKUVA!, AXD DKt'KttTrHH OF iTRB^JAtLS. ARKTVjtLS. fMtem and * every Oaturdiy+t 6 p.m. *, Brisbane and FpewUh, via Drayton, by CobbU couchft, every Tuttday, TKure 4mv< and Saturday, m* S p.m. * hftfhurv pit *V»f rf HW* itw'py, at neon. fikr4rtwirwt. j7*t 9fory1*n4, *»ery Monday. at 8 ?«.»»»«, '.try 99ur«firv,«f 4 p*m; firt*&ane end lpe»ieh, ritf Drayton, every Monday, Wednetday% aid Friday^ by Cobtt*e eoaehei, «(9 «.*!. 1P«rirt>** to T.fyhurn, every Thuredoy, «f4 Letter* muet be fatted at the Country Dffitta half *» hour prtvioui I» {Ac lime 'for the deepcteh of mailt, hut late tettera will be received to vrtthin a quarter of a* hour, upon a ?fet of a eixpenny etamp being affixed to each ; tetter. Nevtpaper* are required tobe potted one hour : before the time appointed for eloeinjf the mailt* The fittylieh nail eloeet on or about {he \7th . of enery month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS TENTBRFEBLD CHEOKICLB 1* poblUbad aWiy TcaadaYand FtHay tmictii and-for**iM to all part* of tw AUrtwlltB wawitM. TSBtCB OF SUBSCRIPTION. Qaartar)y(U>«tv«aM)<.*>.» r: Ditto (inMHinteyo'.. OriMmwMowpMMbyptomraulwinr* ^*tQa^»a*t«imiDiito Slit March, 80th June, * Wh fl*ptett Wrhabi 81 at DacemWr. Bataamwa wl«htn|to .»rtth4ni* thalr HUM hom tha flat will fee ,l*QOi)«d tp4or*M their ntlrattfon (together wMb all anatoa) ditect to «h»offlc# silsut ffOrUW alaar diji befota the .xplratlon of aa&ilhaitai1. TERMS FOB ADVEBTIBtNG. Tvollnaa «... 1 . Fattuaaa i 0 felt tinea # 0 EljMUnea......... « 0 Erary additional In JlnW, or : ikM' . I I 0 Larga^fsi ilaplayed »fl»ertieeBienti aa per j'4bMM£t «llowa8 6b *a*ertU«mint» - _ rtboftthafcaUeoiiaainitlra ln«mtlon«. Jit, tttmiUgw. ~mt iMtki. S*. aach inier InthaahMpeieorwrittaa lattroctlonl to tbt OMiUaiy.aflrertlMBiWiti will w Iwrtel tMtil .onotaiuiMM. ' AdrarttMBietttt ttort be eent U tothe Office not Uter th...

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[?]LY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

VmK&I.Y CALUKDAR. "Mcli. l»|Tao». MW«4. Sllrhnm S8|FrH»j'i mIson, SSlMoti. «? M. « . 9 C . R . . 7 ?« , « fi . S 6 S < . '8

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

'TO SUBSCRrrWRS -iKD ADVER TISERS: . We teg to ttatt thet our AeeountM for the guarter ending Sl«f l)eeemler latt ore now in ceurte of delivery, *ni toe hope they inH "be tettlrd TrffliQUt the Irtut delay Thotr in orrntrt trill 'IcindU/ oblige -by a prompt settlement, At-our regtHreinetit* mutt-le t&Tmus to them. WW* bring the prtyer time for payment ef miieriptione in advance, we trust our frimie vill nclnowMge the feet by tend ing remittance*.

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COMMERCIAL. WARWICK STOCK AND TATION AGENOY. PRICES CULRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

COMMERCIAL. WABWIOK AI-ooK AND TAWON AGENCY. FMOES ODMIBT. Mr. J. 0. Wblte, Jan., report* the hMiil tn be the rultsf pilcat for atook (or the put month SHEW. HiMm I«k lit to l6x Three. four and Are jruar old, .do ,. ... 4b «d to 14s Aged do. 6» to 10i Store wathen .. .. ... 6>6dto8a Fat do 8a to'lla Wether wetsira v. ". -4a4dto4a6d> Oattlc. Fat bu!Iodk«. prima £810* to £4 I0( Do. middling ... C8 to £8 l£a Fat cowa, prima ., £810e{p£4 Do. middling .. ., £210a to£8 Store Cattle, one'to aiffjreara, , equal Mfcet ... .« ' '80s to45l Do. lad it atlfiua vqoalaaxee ... .*. .. HblclOi HO*'W. Heavy draught (aalea doll) .. £Z0 to £90 Middling do £8to£l6 Ffratmla'a .saddle (aalea dull) £18 to £80 Middling do. .. .. .. 17 to £11 WUod uobrokan - .. ,. ' £8lo£610a The folto*ing*salea "taVe'l^eaa efftoled da ring tba (nit mootkt-IfiOOUtMeu ansa *t IttS 1000 prlnofat'wetherafrom.Pikedale weighing from-60 tfi 80 Iki.-aHli viODInaj atorroattie 3 to 8 yoara tl40a.; looiiead inferior do. at 20i,;...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE VICTORIA TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

THE 'VICTOUI4. TARIFF. In Hi« Leuialaffra Aanembly of Victoria, on the 27th ultimo, Mr. Wbileuu, lnoppo»lngtlie proponed protect We dutiei, concluded by reading tbe following linet, to the gieit 'amuiement of j the Houae " Twill tax in *iting. 'twill Ut ui lu drink- j Ing, 'Twill tax ui in eleeping, Jind t» na while I thinking, | Or walking, or riding: 'twill In aU tin «una ] Witli the oiau it lib work, i>: tbe bay at bia game - . ! Iba bat wblcb he liasdju, the ball which ha j kioka Tbe trowel tbat'a uaed in tha laying of briokaj j Itn the carpcnter'a aaw to the coalljr chrooo- ] meter; * .j The niariuer'a oompaaa, tha aeaman'a barometer, Trorn the gardener'* apmde lo Mr Francia'e wig. Ittiotn the barm# or cart to -the brougham and .From the uatchee that little boy* l^wlu io the atreet, 4To the «aipet that'* apread at the wealthy uian'a feet. The "hild'n Jwuny limpet, the lolltoe it eacke. The ponderous eteam locomotive and trucka, The phytic that'a needful In'lift'a many ilia-J...

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ADELAIDE March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

ADELAIDE, March 16. siotbrog further bas transpired respect ing the Barrier Bug« Utpft.

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MELBOURNE March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

"MELBi tURNE. March 16. The new tariff u operating injunotrtljr on trade. March W. Mr. Craig's Tim Whifller baa won the .cup. Fishhook C*rried off the Leger Stake* easily.

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REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

REPLY. Gentlemen,-I thank you far the ad dress which Iim just been read, and for the hearty welcome with which you have greeted me. I do indeed, as too Anticipate, observe with surprise and pleasure the progress that has been made in Allo<a since my first visit to-the .Darling-Downs in 166U.' It is exactly seven yeas* this month since T first rode over the site of your now flouristiitig'towniihip. The most Absolute solitude then reigned over-the.epot where .your prosperous homesteads now stand, .while 'the land around them-now the ecene of your busy industry, and rich with the .pro.visiou of .abundant harvest lay waste and silent. It is universally acknowledged that the district of,the Darling Downs is second to -none "throughout 'the Australian con tinent in the fertility of the soil, sad in the healthiness and amenity of its climate. An able public writer in Bugland has recetitly-remarked'that-there is -really no sort of comparison between Australia and any other part o...

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO ALLO[?]A. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT T,0 ALh0nA. fFBOU ODB 0*5 COBBBS*OKj>E»T) Hit Excellence Sir George, aud Lady *Bowonand suite,'attended by G. Elliot, Esq., P.M., Ley burn, with Sergeant# Grayson, Hill, and J oca) police, honoured the riaiiig'Httle towuship of Allora with an official visit on Saturday last. tietwpeu thirty and forty pf. the .principal inhabi tant* rode out to the coatuencoraeat of the town "to meet His Excellency, and escorted hint to the Dairy tuple Hotel, where Mr. -Chas. -H. 'Bullock "bad 'the honour ot -presenting theaubjoiued ad-. dreiiB, -to which His Excellency replied at some length, and as he concluded'waa, together with her ladyship, very heartily cheered. His Excellency then held .a small presentation, and inspected some of the local products, among which was a floe specimen of coal, and different sorts of wheiit, Lady Bowen was kind enough to admire the latter; and took the sample home with her to convert them into a special loaf. A.DDBE88. May it pease your Exce...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridge from the Brisbene Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. I ( Akriigti ikt tiritktnt' Daily ftptrt.) BOCKHAMPTON. March 16. ?The wet Weather It impeding the work of the miners at Crocodile Creek, but it ia io favour of the people at Morinish, who were abort of water. The population at tlie latter place ii increasing, and the digger* are mostly doing well. March IS. At Hie race* Quadrant woo the Grace more handicap The Circuit Court opened to-day. Edward Brickett was acquitted on a charge of committing an unnatural offence; Frank M'Guire aliai Jessop was found guilty of horse-stealing, and sentenced to thirty months'.imprisonment ia Brisbane gaol.

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