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

"CO 61 MERCIAN. "Wont.-Since toe close of the Novem ber wool aides there >btt been no enquiry,' except for epecial descriptions, in .which an advauoe of Id. UAB been paid. It is thought nulikely that prices will be main tained at tbe March sales. The money market quiet. '"Bank of England rate of discount,?} percent. CONSOLS quoted ot 90} to 90}. HIDES.-The eales opened with con siderable activity. The bulk of the Aus tralian hides offered f&r sale was disponed o£ Best heavy realised 4Jd. per lb., and other descriptions -in proportion. TALLOW.-Market quiet. No alteration in .prices. . SUGARS are quoted la. higher. The.wuuth,« shipments for the Austra lian colonics show a marked decrease. TUB PEN.-The peu in the 'hand oi one who knuwa how to use it is oneef the most powerful wespous known. As tho tongue of tbo a%wsut. bow charming! When virtue guides it, how beautiful! When self respect gives a new vigour, bow pleasing ! When honour directs it, bow respected! When wit ehsrp...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

SYDNEY. March 15. .It ii *Ut«d that.it m the intention of Scott to make * .confeaaian ^before -hk' death. iScab'bM broken out nodr Sy'dnej. The destruction ofithe.iufected «heep bjw b«eu ordered. ? Johnaori'a case ik etill Urifiniihed. March 16. Tlie diity on the Quest) of Spain's gift of church plate, to the Koman Cathplic .Cathedral, mw been -reuiitted'by the Go* tern meat. Tbeaemtt in the eebite of Meaara.G. A. Lloyd and Co.,-hare been purchased by Mr. Lloyd (tie) for sixteen thousand pound* (£16,000.3 Queenalund .Treasury Bilta are acaroe. A. parcel of abort dated brought £105. - The gold laat brought in by the .outhern eacort amounted to:5C98 oupc-ea. The,miot luia coined 10,400 ounoet, and the issue baa been aeventy-aii thouiand aovereigaa. Wool aalea are very dull. Tallow ia in demand, and priooa hare advanced from two to three poucda. March 18. The St. Patrick's, regatta and the cricket match were both largely attended. Scott, the murderer waa hung at Dar. linghutit to-day. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CLERMONT. March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

CLERMONT. March 18. The municipal elections have resulted as follows:—For Clermont Ward, Messrs. John Winter, N. Rennier, and C. Buzacott have been returned; and for Copperfield Ward, Messrs. W. B. Steele, J. Macintosh, and G. Porter. Thomas Jamieson, Postmaster, of Cop- perfield, has been sentenced, to one month's imprisonment for assault.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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PADDY TO LORD DUFFERIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

PADDY TO LORD DUFFERIN. Ah! my lord, I read jroor loriing's letters from high latitudes. I .* F*' of jou snd wished I bed been neailor M sids you on board lbs Poem; bnt I ?* you in the wrong plaoe the other day. Yon appeared in tba Timet. If y<u had a word to say is dtbow of your bleeding oountry you would not be permitted to way it to the pates of that Fenian organ. Do not suppose that I use tbia last expression without due deliberation. The has always used its gigantie power to villi fy your country and create disunion between Johs and Pat; therefore, I aay again, it is the friend of Feniauism. The Daily Neut «aye, "You are an amiable and accomplished peer." I endorse that definition, ana what is more, I am ready to admit that if a\l Irish landlords were like yoor worship Ireland would be happy and loyal, and sever dream of tenant right or Fenfenism. You know Paddy well? Didn't he lore " the ould masther f Is there a man in the world woald "go farther for bis honour f' ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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EXECUTION OF SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

EXECUTION OF SCOTT. The cxeoulion of William Henry Soott, for the murder of hi» wife Annie! on or about the 26th September last, took place withio tbe precincts of Darlinghunt gaol, yesterday morning, in tbe preeenee of a large number of eitizena, «bo were admitted on tbe production of the Sheriffe order. The details of the fcrime of which this man ma found guilty are too indelibly im pressed on tbe pnblic mind to be easily effaced. He was fonnd guilty of a most revolting murder, on the evidence of »o fewer than thirty-three witnesses, uwl strangers to each other, and miffing in dif ferent portion) of the city. The ehain of oiraumttantial evidence of guilt egaiuat the prisoner Mil inch ae baa seldom been sur paiead for its continuity, it* strength, clear ness and conclusiveness fro n beginning to end; and this remained unshaken by one of tbe ablest barristers in the colony. There is not a jnry in the world hot would have returned the earns verdict of guilty on the same amount of evi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCKHAMPTON. March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

EOCKHAMITOIf. March 18. John Gmia, Peter Dj>l*o, Kd ward Jt'Efoy, and Patrick Malottey were tried to^ey, *t the District Court, for .tabbing ,_^Pi&iiadden Crocodile Creek, U.'Brtf and Malouey were acquitted. Dolan was foandfniltf of a common Muuit, *cd baring already epent three moutha in gaol, ini fontebced to two day«' impriaonmeot. Quaa wtx found guilty of unlawfully wounding, and eenteoced to three years* tapriaonmetttj nd Wm, Alien, found guilty of theft, »u tenteoced to eioe months* itoorittmtne&t. March 20. Tht cue aRainrt the Crocodile t!*wk rioter* ha* occupied tbe attention of tbe Court all dav. lti««tsli utiftouhed.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WASWICK POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

WASWtOK POLICE COURT. Tcbsjut, Mjjicb 19. | (Before the Police Magistrate, mod Cha*. ? Clark, E*q., J,P.) W. Tkoxmox T. A. ii'O, Sitmoir.~~ : Mr. fniler appeared for the plaintiilj «ad ' Mr. Addenbrooke for tbe deteodant. 1'be plaintiff, at Manager of the Bank of New oooth Wale*, wed the defendant for £8 14$, Id., balance of * promissory note amounting to £88 tit. 4&, girea in favour of J. H. Summing, which «w discounted by the bank. The defendant pleaded that he had paid the *tore account. for which the ptomiworj note wh given- to Gum ming, and he *m told by tbe latter that | the «me had sot oeen discounted. Mr. Tbompaou. e*rore to the biii having been discounted sad paated to the credit of Camming and Co., and that if the mooey eoiltd be reoarertsd from ttay other touroe the tank weuid not claim payment from tbe deieudmt. The Amount of £27 «h paid ia the bank by the defendant, at well : as dneda lodged as aecurity for the pay | meat of the promiatory sate, he thereby i ack...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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KEROS[?]NE OIL; [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

KEBOSKNBOJX.;. Under l&'e Wd Scientific, the Autfrala Melbourne weekly periodiaal. on the 12th and 19th Jsnnary last, gives a very useful and interesting article, in two P"U, in the form of a general return* of the manfactnre of thieoil; pointing to the trade as one likely to be of grent advantage (o Victoria very much in the tame way ai the Americana woold bsve done only within the lastten yesri, when they draw from the Boghead, or rather the Torbane-hill mineral field in oootland, the aupplv of the raw material, from which they mannfactnred tneir kerosene oil; and that nntil they .truck upon their oil ?pringfr-ihen the natural erode oil flowed upon them. Should »P®» ®w Viotorian friends, tbev will have nneb reason to con gratulate themselves. Our cottsnponn rather invidiously points at GmIOIW, m one «t tbeiMs basy sod scattered anaicipsU ties, who bare abandoned the use of gu, '''e^g their 5.?» i» highly satisfactory to lean u»t a atoauer is being propelled through j" hom&...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

ARRIVAL OF THH ENGLISH MAIL LATEST BSTGLISH TOWS. By the Yarra Yarra, winch arrived yes. terday evening, we (Guardian) have En glith papers to ilia 26th January. . From the Some Jfetei we iiave the following in formation ; Great progress is being made in the preparations f< r ti>« Grand Exhibition in Pari*, and some of the " nations," espe cially soma Oriental one*, are very far advanced indeed. Bat I leara from a reporter who has this week returned from Paris, that England at present makes no sign. At the lust great show the French Government paid the expenses of removal of goods from tbe railways, but this time the exhibitor* ere to bear that expense, and also to pa; far using « special line which baa been constructed to the building itself. I do not think that this can be considered unreasonable. The Parisians, especially all who have anything in the wotld in tite way of a lodging that can be let, bare made up their minds that the profits of this yew will make them ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

T MELBOUttSE. Marcb 19. -j---. took J>1«« lait ; ife Umersor «M praent. !>krt» in reported britk. S4«rct SO. 11*1 Ccnfervnee «itting to-d«y, ^JSotn b»* decided «gaiiwt ih< I (VJJm "Victoria »»«» placing f-ffce Melbourne Vup.

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IRELAND. THE WATERFFORD [?]TION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

IBBLAND, I TUB WATKM0W1 UUWTIOX. The election for the county uf Water ford of » representative in the room of Mr. George who has beea promoted to the seat on the Stub judicial beach, took place on Saturday, December 29. There were two candidates. Mr. Do U Ifoer,«{ Qurteen, steed on the Liberal interest, Bod Captain Ifclbat, second son of the Barl of Shrewsbury, on the Conservative. The official declaration of the poll show* _ that Mr. i>e la Poor received 1481 votes, ' and Captain Talbot 984; majority, 487. tfreat noting occurred at several of the polling districts, especially at Dungarvan, The Cork JSmmmtr contains the sub joked concerning the rioting at the latter town:-Nothing serious occurred between the authorities and tbo people up to s about one o'clock, whan a party of the ] 12th Lanoen and the 47th Regiment of I Foot were attacked with stonea by the j mob aa ther *ere escorting Mayor Pal- j liner's tenantry along the quay to the poll, j A number of the Lenten immediately...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. March 19. By the mail we have the latest quote [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

SYDNEY. March 10. i _ Bjr fb» mail w« b»re tha ktott <juot» | tiou» for Celcmai Gownment aecuriliei Ms filed *t 91 to 93; New I South Wtleo, BO to 8®» end Victoria, 107 I to 108. k Tbe iitett «hippiti$ new* atuhnroMt th« ?departure oftb» Royiil i>#ne, from Loudju, pit Moreton Bs y. Tb«e bare been httry »>n» tince !ut , tiiffbt. « Barrier Bang* Digginet *n pro- ' *<wno*UW. M*rcb 20. i, ll>e bank defaultw, hu been for trial. ?aj>Sw, tbe M«csger of tbe Com Sink, *'M jpsaa drowned in * >wvmt«rboie m bit garden tbit toorn It J« tuppowd thttue b«» committed in hM been retorts*! for an of the Pmjr Council is mm u expected to be received mxtvuuL rcial tnwNictioM ere few *o<3 Mwch 81. * Ttrdict gives *t »n ifiqupsi held on *>df of Mr. iJ*pier waw ibat h« di«d Epwation hi* wmed bj tba Englith Bertr*cd'« owe wcufd be before the Privy Council «os>e (ring tb» month «) February. loon BUck, merchant, 3>n Sled b» are «et down *t "kS»' the Mie...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

The w^tfiwr daring the put thre* or four d*y» bu been prodnstl»6 of nnob benefit to the tnfir* diitriot. 8om» ibnaimtorBM b**» oooufred. daritig wbloh hu**y «hower» haV* r*!)«n. and reniered tb» *<41 St for tbe plough. Yoterday afurnomi a **rjr k»»Tf thandar p»*l bant orer th* town, *t«rtttng ail th* »o htbltkbU. Wa n»*»f Mnrnbtr luWaij h»*ri . more tood or abrupt diMbarg* of " hmtcb'* artillery." A moat oopiam atppiy «! rain fol. lo»»d I ha UmBdantoro. wd f*ru.l*g opera, tlann will no longer b« r*Urd»d through Wiint I ofnttfctRM. I Qc«Mnt,4«(r Wauiu Ho** Mi>nc».-A j meeting of iki ttnrtMtotrwu bU T'*t»*. In Ai V11U7M dug*), Mr. W, B. Brown la th* oh«!r. Afwr a few preliminary nnaita from th* ebafroiaa, Mr, Wile* ni called opin to addre«« the meeting. which &» did tu * nwt forcible and elo^nent epaeetj, After d**aribin( aty*«t< of th* *0£lety, th* re», gentleman improved opon hi* fe»*r*r« tbt n*o*uity of HAM «mVin»4 «ffarU of th* chnrah In th* colony...

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BREAKING OF THE ICE IN REGENTS PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

BREAKING OF THE IOE IK REGENT'S PARK. Regent's Park <m Tuesday, January 15, was lbe scene of a heartrending calamity, csuxed by tbo sudden sinking of a portion of the oraamontal water opposite to Sussex-place, known as the Broadwater, which, from its widtli, is the favourite aknting ground of the London public. Wo subjoin a narrative: On a sudden, at about 1? minute* to 4 o'clock, the ice gave way, not merely at one point, but it snapped at all parts and became shattered into fragments. Num ber* of people fell into the water, which was 12 feet deep. Several persons -were at once sucked under the ice, and at least 200 people were seen struggling fa the water and (creaming for help There were about 2000 spectator) on the basin, and the first shock over, men nulled wiidiy Bbout, seising upon everything in ?the aijape of a rope or spar to throw to the straggling and drowning; bat by this time all direct communication with them : was cut off by the general breaking up of the i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

AGENTS. Sydney A. CUBXTT. Brisbane - Quniu * BIB» Maryland W HABDT. Tenterfield G. WIULSOS. Printed and published by fiiuolt UITCHIE, sol* firoprietor, at the" ArgM* OfHoe, Albien ?treet, Warwick, in the colony of Queensland and alio published at Bouse-street, Tenter Gsld-in the colony of New South Wales, Tuesday, March £6, 1867.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

Notice. NOTICE j» bw»iijjr «!»», that jambs 0H481M Wtttra j«ttn and BOBB&tT JOSE8 M&CB&tteti, Jure Till# Out, en tend into P.MITNSHBWIP u Aistfeawn, *o4 Stock, Station, band, *#d <H»«re) Com mbilon Agtna at W*rt»fck, n rider the ttjlt oc Snn of D*t«4 thia tiSth'^^if ttfif, > <5ikmS>i < J. 0. WHITiS, Jpjsr. ^. Mackenzie. Wito»»«-It G, fwii, Sutioitor, Sit HOTiOE. ~ HAVING purcb*»4from Mr. v. rwmm il)» RHJHT of UBANDS of *lf HOttSKS daaciibad in * liat got from acott *nd Brainier, any person found tiaing, taking *.»>', or selling *My of tint wu« *Uj be proiectiled m the law diraata, without r««p»ct to ff£«od«. Tfa« «*wra «« mr property, DO other pe ton baring any claim oq thank. ¥. MOBOAK, Jon, Batohrr, Warwick. Wai-witfe. 54tfe February, 1S«T. 91 Notice. ItfK&KBt fin if Hit Hoim Irft in aiy paddock on th« 4th Saptembar, 1866, hf fitabard Macphersoa, «rt not nlewied tn en« wnnth from tls!» <Ut«, tlwjf...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DELAIDE. March 19, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

BKLA1PE. ifarch 19, Mtifci *atboritic* hate not yet I * <5eci»ion in Dir. J tut ice I for. i

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

Cobkeuvs O'Dows on Pbomiscuous BiTniNG.-People meet for the first time in circumstances of such mingled absurdi ty and freedom, that, all the usual re straints of society withdrawn, they hare to make up a code of behaviour to suit salt water, and to be relinquished as soon as the persons have resumed their clothes. That is to say that between the lady in wet drapery, and the gentleman & la Gktbton, a score of pretty little fami liarities are practicable that would not be tolerated for a moment when the re spective parties have got back to clotheB. So that however shocking at first to your feelings, you will at last reconcile yourself to the &ct that the nymph with whom you have disported like a river god half the morning, or the siren over whose swimming lessons you have presided, lending a hand in the most literal sense to her first flaunderings, will cut you dead when she recovered ber crinoline and re sumed her pork-pie. It is in vain you ask Yourself, how is this...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

WSteiaY CALENDAR. Wak.JJi i TOM. %ea. FVMajr a*. ? SON. , Men. i [San rim*.: B. K. « , ? « . f 6 . # « - # 6 , 9 « . » 6 , 10 Poo tetej «. «. 4 , 9 « , * « . f < , « 6 . S 8 : 8 « . e Moos'* Aft.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

FT jy ... ? . , AH RIVAL AJM» OEPAUTOBB Oif TBB MAULS. AH&rrAis. Xr*i» ifurflmH, tvrrw Tu«irf«v. 1 p.tji., and .very Saturday si (j».». » jSruionir And Ipivieh, via Drayton, by Cobb't ronrhtl, titty Tuttderg, Thurt day, «»iJ StrfKrifoy. m S p.m. " Zfyiur»,via Tiig»t vifgittptyttiry Wti tutiajf, tt it»o«. hKIARTURRS. F»r KtryUnd. ntrf Jfottiaf, at 9 end rvery Tkurtdejt^ tt i p.m. Jfrtlbant end fentich, via Preyton, every Manila#, wttfuffoy, tiid AWifoy. iy CaU't toachei, et 9 a.m. m Warwick to LtybMrn, trtry Tkurtdmy, ei 4 Mb Lttlirt mutt bt t Bttei at the Ceuntrtf flflctt ktxlj an hour previottt h tit tilt j!«rf for thf deipalcti «/ mailt, but !<(i 1 Mtrt wilt it rueivtd (o m'tit* « quarter of an kour, upon a f*» of * tixpni*y i(tmp iting aJKxerf to tack Iittir. J/mpeptr* ttrt rejvfrtJ to it fitted on* hour hf*r* (A* timt appointed far thting tit mail*, Tki JCngUift m«ii clotu ttt or about ikt ITth *f letty month.

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