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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

TO THE WOBSmprut JUSTICES OF THE PEACE aotiho nr aajobtbx mstbiot ofwabwiob, or s&xpjLosr or qccess T JOHN HOLMB8, n>*HUiD{ »t aiw. I, do berth? girewtloeTtitflmy inten "*** \°*1 Li coming f$s§& ti^Ajsssiks £'* P2BtIOAN-B LldENsfi" ttKwi formes tea And spirituoui liaoi andeppnrtenitnees thereunto hd« tt Mlm, and containing tbiw end eix bedroom*, exolaeive of »{r* my own fcfliUr. . i?0!"* '* "T own propertyUnd n0w occupied b* »e. which I iS tatp a» an In# or PubUe-boase, under tbe *liuf the Vrowa inn\ .Ji ¥?J?KSf1'. **ifo wfl five Uidrtn, QMroSKod^- "** ** toihedtanycf ffiron tinder my band thU Twetftl&ay of lurch, out thousand eight bandied *n<fixtT MT6D. r ' 1W JOBS HpMlk. OT THK WOMHUWTt TH* JVSTICM OF Tlta tucKionss Bin ntni distaiS OP VABinox, nr the couarr or gvmrs-1 uit, T SUfDEIi fl_0800lf. inakeeper, holding . ') license for tbe - Frincea* of Wales Hotel," if* WtrwJok. ®.° fcotica tbtt I CuQa to ftb&lv at the, PjBTOML UOBKBiyaSsB...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

TO TBI WOBSH1PFCL TEE JDBTICES OF THE PEACE ACTING IK iin) TOE THE MBTBICT OF vfabwic* ,nr THE ooloits or ^ujieks lakd. IQEOBQE 808E, Innkeeper, Iioldio* . * Uomh (01 the " Sandy Creek. Hotel, aituated at 8andy Creek. In the dlrtrfct <rf tttsa uceVb^ MKe55n'J. to Im held on TUESLtAY. th«16th in of April next eniuing, for a KbNEWAb GUiren feu* hand^ tbi. "thto^of March, one tbonund eight hundred kno l79 ,i^-*°Ten- qbQEOE BOSE. *0 TEE WO*SHIPFBL THE JUSTICES Of THE FE AGE ACTING IS AVD FOB SEE BI8TEICT OF WAEWICK, Df THE COLONI OF qUEEHB 1AED. 1 MARTIN nOGGENKAMP, innkteper, holding "a Lioenu for the " Dalrymple Hotel," eltunted at Altera, In the aUtriot I of Warwick, do hereby give notice that 1 tatgil . to aSrrt the GENEBAL MOEN81NQ I MEfflft f h heia on T0B8DAV, 16th day of April "«t earning, tot m BE SEWAL of auch Licenw. Given under my hand thto M'k *£ March, one tbonund eight hundred and 827 *Uty''""itAMBt BOGOEMKAMP. ! TO THE WOEBHIPFUL TEE JUSTICES OF THE I PEACE AC...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

DESTITUTION nr Loraoif.-Tbe ac count* are heartrending of the destitu tion at the eait-end of London. There are upwards of 9000 persons receiving re lief from tbe pariah of Poplar alone. There are beside* these many men who had aawd up considerable eums out of their earnings in the poat-offiee and other saving* banks. These men bare hitherto been living upon those hard earnings, and have not yet applied to the parish for relief. Altogether, aays a letter in the Timet, there cannot be leu than 16,000 men and their families who aro at the present moment suffering from tbe de pression of trade. "I have visited," says the writer * many of the homes of these suffering and.destitute mechanics, and the state of utter wretchedness is truly heart rending ; the rooms are completely bare and destitute of furniture { no chairs, bedding, or tables. In many of the houses there was no fire in the grate, and the chiLsea were crouching together like ' sheep iu m pen for the cake of warming each othe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

Bank of Kew Sontli Wales. THIS Beok wUl be CLOSED on MONDAY, the 8tblnrt»nt, in commemoration of to FiftiethAnnlTeraary. £88 Warwick Jockey Glnb. A MEETING of »>. Member* of the W»r witk'Mnf Club will be bald at tlie Criterion Hatel, <x> THUKflDAY EVENING NEXT, at Bight o'clock, for the purpoie of, Uklni ttefl to OArry out the AnnueWBncei, ufl tbe tnuieaotioa of general baiineu. The public ue reepeotfolly rerouted to attend tfie meeting. J. O, WHITE, Jdi., 832 Hon. Hecretaiy. . Notice. NOTICE l« hereby glTen, that JA1(£S ' OH ARLE8 WHITE, Jos.. and EOBKBT JOM88 KAOKaazrB. hire Tltie Dey, .m- , tend Into PABTNEBSHIP a* Auctioneer*, and 6took, Stattaiv land, «nl <Jener*lCJoa» ntnlen Agfent* atWanriok, under tbe etjle or.. firm at «,^3|iTaJ1fciMAOB31NZfB.'.f Dated this S5th daar'of Hueh. lest," ".: a.W'i fJVC.'WHI.TE»/.Juif. B«ned'i IB. 9, MACKENZIE. Wita*H^K:A ..JUta&i.-v, ?i , i m r fUMjfatlnii >i ft|r*rll*i I ?JTa THE Wad''-pfifcir _ . AQDDBymn...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

?" RB VISION CJOUBT. , A , COURT? J* V gPHSIOSfe win W " ?<i\ bolden at' "the {JourEHouse, Warwick, «n^TDEaDAjf,-thei«ttitlw-of tg^imrfar Bpij/for ) ' and alio the BOLL of the WMlAw l^leotonto, tinder lbs Aot 29 Vto.. Mo. 12. '""~" - $38KSt»w«a . ." Clerk of "Petty Sessions. Court House, Warwick. 8th Mardi, t66V.'; ; ' 168 'i 'I'll1 i~i !'i ' ? NOTICE; ? ON tbe lGtb dar flf AnriJ next. an OfBN . pOUHT <rill be tield'at the OaliH llouso, Leyburn, (or the pjttSOee ct>f/8SMBIN(J»octi put of tbe Electoral Boll for tbe Electoral District of Ksstowv Downfall appertains to tbe . Police District of Leyburn., By Or'lek-bf thfc bench. B. CBIBB, JUN., .Cleti "Of Petty Settlons. Iieybnm, March 18, lB67.v~| r 185 - Buik of New South Wales, * . ifcAjiwMiL " fpHIS &BAM$H Is open for tbe transaction 1 of the ttshal B&nking Business. Drafts issued on its Branches .and Agendo* throughout the ^nstraJian Colonies, andGr»*t Britain, tic., Ac. Discount days-Monday...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE FENIAN EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

THE FENIAN EXCITEMENT. Tbe failure of Mr. Jarnei Stephen* to keep his promise with ragard to cresting s rebsllioo fa Ireland before tbe close of lsst year has naturally had . depre«eing effect apoD tho hopes of hit follower* and parti una, Seisnres of anus and captures of auspeeled paresni are matters of mncb let* frequent occurence, but there U no disguising Jhe.fao^ tliat the excitement railed by the Fenian conspiracy has con siderably subsided, and (bat tbe loyal popv Ration «f the island :ut secure in the ability of the Government to maintain pesos aotl order. The oourts-msrtial on. Fenian prisoners commenced again in Dnblin on Saturday, January 6, under the presidency of Colonel 8(t«atl, of ibe 21»t Fosiliere, when private O'Brien, of tbe 16th fiegiuent, wsi pat upon bis trial for having deserted from tbe let battalion of tbe 8th Regiment while stationed at Newry in J one, 1866; for having vhile in a state of desertion from that regiment, enlisted again in ibe Sfith in November...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WINTER IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

WINTER IN GREAT BRITAIN. For several yean put there baa not been to severe a motor experienced M ths pre sent one. A bard frost liaa prevailed, with the exotption of a few dsys' interval, dur ing fUt bM pasaed of the current month. Some heavy anow it one* bay* visited tbe United Kingdom, causing a general atopfage of all oat-door wotjt, ana consequently widespread distress among the labouring classes. Several hundreds of deathi are attributed by tbe Regis trar-G eneral to tbe .Seat* of tbe oold, whilst numerous and da- < plorabla accidents are reoordad. Subjoined I u a brief aocount of a few of tba aooSdenU which have occurred doting tba prevalence of the severe winter:- | Intensely cold weather set in on tbe morning of tbe 2nd January, and continued j up to Sunday, tbe Ctb, .when a sodden. and moat nnespeoted change took place. On | tba previous afternoon a alight thaw set in, tbe thermometer having risen eight degree* j .bovs freeling point. TJ»e change in tbe weather, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. 1[?]7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

furwfrft Sffc TENTESFIELD CftEONffcii'" iJiit'i'AS ;. '* 11 TtTKBDAT) APEIL t, JB?7i WE observe that a phblie meeting ww held in BrWtow.oi? !«.!»&*#« purpose of forming ajPrateolienist JiMgue, . and petitioning thefl<«gisl|rtfctip tfcfflace an import 4^;°n<41gQodfl that««janrbe made in the'colony, «a tbe only means ot encouraging local industry. - No decision , was arrived «t a»to the formation tfiratih.1 a League, ^t ^ aSjbui^iaent toblt jiltoe , We Dunk this colony ii not fitted to impose a pr^t^USnitWiJt ;.We mutt prtt! reich t^^^ jrhen,w^ \rill t>e ina position tooesomewhatindependent pf1 tbe productiofisi an3 manufactures of other couples j and evenif we did arrive at that ptagfyihs .ittpoaftipn ®f protb^i^ , duties would not be beneficial to the in- | tereeta of the colpny, for we believa in going to tbe cheapm ina&etHfor feveiy ; article of conpamptutt). ' Projection, .t^ < local indiul^cpiild' onfjr be advantage-. OBI to. ....

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MONDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

MOTOAT, APRIL 1. ! Ignatius Power wai again brought up for drunkenness. Qe pleaded guilty, and weB Coed £1, or 48 boars in (be lock-up. Patriot By»n wa« charged with tasking' me of obscene language in Albion-street on Bandsy evening, nod wu fined £2, or .even days it tbe lock-up. TUB HON. 11. G. W. ftsanERi.-We are informed that Mr. Herbert, the late Colonial Secretary, has, in the most com plimentary terms, been offered the Assist ant Secretaryship of the Board of Trade. This is one of permanent Under Secretary ships of State, with a salary commencing at £1000 and rising up to £1600 a year. Mr. Herbert at first declined the offer, in consequence of hit-having temporarily un dertaken the duties of Financial Agent to the Government of Queensland; but he baa. since agreed to enter on hie beir duties at the Bosrd of Trade in March, when it was anticipated that the arrange ments then being made in connection, with the loan would be in a sufficiently forward state to justify his acceptan...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) SYDNEY. March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Htfdffed from the Brisbane Daily papert.) SYDNEY. March 27. The government intends publishing tlie"procllding« of the Postal Conference to-morrow. - Mr. Dibbs LBS been appointed Manager 'of the Commercial Bank. March 28. The tolegraphic digest of the Postal Conference contains 'all the points ,of im portance. . . j The steamer Kipma is overdue, and no account of her baa been received.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT SATURDAY, MARCH 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

WA-RWICK POLICE COURT SAtCBDXT, MiBCH SI. (Before the Police Magistrate.) IgoiatiUi Power, charged with drunken ness, pleaded guilty, end wu discharged with a caution.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

MELBOURNE. March 28. The Rev. J. Poore is appointed Dean. Mr. M'Culloch's election for the South Western proviuoe it likely to bo con tested.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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PROTECTIONIST MEETING IN BRISBANE. (Abridged from THE Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

PROTECTIONIST MBETINGIN ' BU1SBANE. ' (Abridged from ikt Courier.) - A public meeting was; held on Tbun day evening, at the School'of Arts, for the purpose offorming a Trateetibnisfc League,' .topetition the t£eeulatare to plaop an import, duty on all good* that can tw. mide in the colony,-m the oulr means of ' encouraging local industry. Tbe hall was crowded. ' T. P. Pogh, E«q., M.L.A., presided,; «nd offered very extensive remark* on the subject of protection. Mr, Palmer movea the followihg resolu tion1:-That in the opinion.r of .this . meeting it is desirable that a Protectionist League be Fortn^d for the encouragement' of local industry-thereby giving employ- ' ment to the. people." Mr. Eobinson proposed as an amend ment,-"^hat a Free Trade League bfe formed to, Adopt measures U> bringbefote the notice of the Government those native industries which it is desirable to foster; to promote the settlement of the people on the landfi, and to frame a scale of bonuses to producers a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

Printed and paklM br PATRICK BITCH RE, ?olt pmprletor, it the" Argui" Office, Albim ? treat, Warwick, in the colony of Queensland and alio pnbllibed at Bou»e-street, Tenter firid in th» colony of Maw SoutU Wales. Tuesday, Aptil 2,1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LEYBURN. (From an Occasional Correspondent of the Courier.) March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

LEYBUBN. (From an Occoihnal Corretpondcnt of the Courier.) i . . Mnrnh S/t. Notwithstanding tlie general scarcity of cash. Leyburn seems to be progressing. Some buildings of s rather pretentious character £t<e in course of erection. A new store and hotel' havn been opened lately ; and business, if not very brisk, 'bas certainly not descended to the eero of i &tfter localities. The weather, which has f .been ivery dry for .a lengthened period, has at length, broken. During the last two days We have had heavy continuous rain, accompanied with thunder and vivid light ning.' The creek is at present rolling ' downjbanV and bsnk.whlcn wRl prove a great, blessing, as the water-holes from jwhicli we obtain a supply of this necessary -jefament have not hnd a thorough cleansing lor a considerable time. The flood came down rather suddenly. catting off some of the residents from their homes and dearths. Mr. Elliott, who had crossed the1 creek this tWning on business, was one-...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

We regret to laam frotn the Secretary of Hu 6oho«1 of Arte that tone person or pertoni are la the liabit of removing periodicals and pspsrs from the reading room, and wry often not returning them. We would remind the members that it is not only con'mry to the rnlM of the institution, bnt thit Itii . theft, and wo hope they will DM their inflatnee in preventing it for the fnture. THE Ankoil BACKS.-We are glad to per ceive by an advertisement in another oolnmn that Jur Jockey 01 nb hie at last moved In" the matbr of the annnal raoei. The Ipewich and Toovoomba clabe oommenood proceedings more thau a month ago, and if it to intended that,the Warwick meet shonid follow the Toovoomba, at wai done la«t year, the stew ard! will have their work before then. The Ipawioh meeting takes plaoe on the 4th, 6th> and 6th of June, and the Toowoomba meeting about ten dajra afterwards, so that our clnb must enleavonr to arrange for the latter end of Jone, la at to draw all the crack hones to onr oou...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

AGENTS. Tin following Gentlemen here been appointed Agent* for thii paper. iU in *ut)iorl»ed to reoeire eubecriptioni end »dT«rti«emenU. Sydney A.. Qcsirc. Brisbane ... GhkvUiLK A BIRO Kujluri ? - ? W HitoY. TenteriUU . . . Q. Wnuna.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held yesterday afternoon. Present-The Mayor, Aldermen Brown, Affleck, Bugden, and P. Morgan. . Tlio minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. FINANCE COMMITTEE. The 79th report of this committee was read, which stated that the following ac counts had been examined, and the com mittee recommended the (same to be paid: -N. Thornton, £5 13; Town Clerk's salary, £4 lis. 8d ; Jae. Allan,£7 10B 3d. On the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Aid. BUOWN, the report was adopted. FAMfEBIN-STBEET. Aid. BUQDEN asked the Mayor if any thing had been done respecting the gravel ling of Palmerin-street At present it was in a very bad state, and if something was not done soon, it would be danger ous to pereong riding along the street. - The MATOB said a report was brought up'by the Improvement Committee a short-time ago, but was sent back m being informal, and no report on the subject had been sent in since. The g...

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 — 2 April 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. from Maryland, every Tvttday, at 1 )».!».. and every Saturday at 6 p.m. " Brisbane and Ipswich, via Drayton % by Cobb'e coachti, every Tuetday, Thurt. ^iay, and Saturday, at $p.m. « Let/bum,via Talgti biggimge,every Wed. netday^ at noon. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a*n^ and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and Tptwieh, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by ' CM9» eoathti, at 9 a.m. » Warwick to Leyburn, every Thurtdsy* at 4 a.m. K.B.-^Letler* mutt be 1 oeted at the Country Officii half an hour previoue to the time fixed (or the deepeUeh of maift, but late leitere tcill be received to within a quarter of an hourt upon a fee of a eixptnny tUmp being affixed to each letter. Mewepapere are required to bt potted one hour before the time appointed for doting the mailt. The Snglith wail clotet on or about the 17th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 April 1867

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