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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

fMtoum* Cbuck aito Mrs Ear nr VrcroatA. Only those persons who are daily visitors to the city Police-court at Melbourne, can hate any knowledge of the horrid cases of muery and crime which are daily brought before the Bench. The reports of the proceedings necessarily are abort, as the particulars of some cases are totally unfit for publication. Behind the shelter of drank and disorderly^ or vagrancy, an often hidden most horrid tales of sin and wretchedness. No Iesa than thirty women i -from the age of fifteen up to eeTenty yek 'ferd*y appeared on various charges; torae , &d been gniltr of stealing from the per son, seven of shopliftiae, and the n> mainder were charged with vagrancy,-dis orderly conduct, or plying the irightful calling to which they had surrendered I themselves. The poor half-clothed, ill fed, and dissipated appearance of the j wretched creatures as they followed one anotherintocourttiafflesall description, and called forth from the Bench, experienced as ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Warwick Argus, and TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY,. APRIL 5. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Ab[?]ged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

THB TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. MUDAT. AMI1L 6, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Akfidgtd from tkt Brithai* t>Mg p*pm.) TOOWOOMBA. March 39. . Emm wunnta hare been tom» out ^aiut Mr. Bonne. r

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. (Before tlio Police Magistrate ) James Robinson appeared, on summons, at tlio instance of Patrick Maenamaia, charged with having, on the 30th March Inst, driven cattle from his lands without diving him notice, as required under the Impounding Act. The complainant did j not appear, and the case was dismissed. {

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

BEVIEW. * Werrativi of a Sanguinary Engagement between Flannel Brigade and an Egueetrian JBiiftr, written by himtelf, and puiliiAed at " (he office of a" Firet-elau Weekly Kewepaper" Warwick, 1867. Wb do Dot remember to have read in any history of battle, siege, or shipwreck, any thing more intensely sensational than the I adventure recorded in the narrative which | ire have now under consideration. The writer seems to entertain a profound re verence for enigmatically-ErraDged sen tences, and to such an extraordinary pitch does he cariy the propensity that we are apt to lose interest in his most " hair-breadth sc(r)npes"in our endeavours to understand how he managed to get into or out of them. The meekness which appears to have animated hit description of the first attack of the body guard is, however, quite refreshing. We give it in italics) and word for word, as it would be " painting the lily " to alter it any way " Some tcoundrelt while all we were can tering round deliberately ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

Parliament li aummoued to meat on the 7th of Hey for the despatoh of business. COMPOSITION WITH CBIDITOBS.-A deed of composition hH been entered into by which Juui M'Intoih covenants to pay five shillings la the pound by instalments, namely, three shillings In the pound cash, on the signing and delivery of the deed of composition, end the balanoe by promissory notes, bearing even dste with the Mid deed; in consideration of which the creditor* of Jemee M In tosh relesee Mm, hie helm, &o., from all debts owing to them. TBC RKOUSH MAIL.-Mr. T. Towell, tele graph ouster. has expreusd hie intention to hoist I red flag at the telegraph office imme diately npon the arrival of oTory mall from England. ThU net of courtesy on the part of Mr. Towell will prore of gnat benefit to the inhabitants generally, and we will bo the flnt to give telegmpbio intelligence of the most important new. Muoh fnooBvenienae h experienced in Dalby now that the Boman Oatholio Ohnrch is olosed. During the p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. (Before the Police Magistrate, and G. L. Pratten, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COUHT. TUESDAY, AFHII/ 2. (Before tbo Police Magistrate, and G. L. Pratlen, Esq., J.P.) Lester v. Iienehau.-tto appea*auce of either party, and the caBe was dismissed. J. Newton v. Charles Clark aDd Co. This case was adjourned from last court, and was an action to recover £14 5s., rent due upon a cottage. Mr. Conquest appeared for tbo plaintiff, and Mr. Fuller for tbe defendant. The Police Magistrate stated that lie had taken some tiouble to Hud out whether he had jurisdiction in tbe case or not, and he found that he bad. It appeared the p!aintiff»let a cottage to the defendant fdi twelve months at 5s. a week, under a written agreement (pro duced). Ue lmd received sis months' rent, and the defendants continued to occupy the premises for some time after. On croBB-exammatkm by Mr. Fuller, plaintiff stated that he became insolvent about nine months ago, and that he made the agreement in bis own name, although it was his son's property, but that he told Mr. Clark at ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 April 1867

BIRTH. At Glenelg, on the 31st ult., Mrs. J. A. McArthur of a son.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

Insolvent Estate of John Oowper, of Timbarra. SA.LB BY PUBLIC AUCTION °p Magnificent Household Furniture, Bug gioB, Hones, Cattle, Poultry, Pigs, i&c., &c., &c. HAS received instructions from J. HUTCHIN SON, Esq., agent for th» Official Assignee , to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, AT BIB MART, ROUSE STBBET, TENTEBFIELD, On MONDAY, the JJSth April, At 11 o'clock prompt, THE UNDERMENTIONED TBCLY CHOICE AND VALUABLE ARTICLES : Parties rarniabing, and others, will find this an opportunity Dot likely to ooonr again. as everything is of the very bast description, and in first-rate order. LOT. BESBOOH NO. 1. 1. 1 Very superior polished cedar wardrobe, with drawers, &c. 2. 1 Polished cedar doable washstand 3. 2 China toilet services 4. 1 Towel horse 5. 1 Large cheval glass 6. 1 Handsome polished cedar dressing table, with drawers 7. 2 Iron fire dogs 8. 2 Cocoanut door mats 9. 1 Oil painting 10. 1 Cane-bottom cedar chair BFDBOOU NO. 2. 11. 1 Tubular four post iron be...

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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

listtffattwtts THE EFFECT OF ADTEBTIBIITO.-A. man | a abort distance oat from the city says no one need tell him that advertising won't j cause a big rush, for he advertised ten j buthels of grapes for saleB, and next morn ing there wasn't one left-the boys stole 'em all. | TEC SOUTII 3EA. ISLANDERS AT TOWN'S WHAEF.-We are iaforoied that another of these unfortunate people died on Wed- ' nesday night, and was buried oft Thurs day morning; and that last night one of tliem,' who seemed in a very de Clorable state, was, for some reason not nown, excluded from the wharf and the gates dosed upon him. His wretched condition excited the pity of the neigh bours, who supplied him with some gruel, Ac., for which, although unable to speak English, he appeared very grateful. Con siderable excitement has arisen in the neighbourhood in consequence of Beveral deaths among these islanders-it is be lieved from a contagious disease-the sickness of others, and the absence of all accommodation for thei...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(To the Editor of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

(IV) tht Sitter of tht Warwick Argut.) SIB,-I hare seen a circular that was issued by a journalist in Warwick, ad dressed to "Free Lance." After the writer has exhausted all his Billingsgate, Minories, Field and Petticoat lane dang (by the bye he seems well up in this style of thing), be accuses James Morgan of being "Free Lance." Be this as it may, does not the issuing of this disgraceful production to the "wealthyand intelli gent! !" (marked private) of Warwick, at a'time when it was well known that Mr. Morgan was on his way to Oallandoon, show most contemptible cowardioe; and an attempt to stab in the dark. I am well aware that the respectable part of the inhabitants are thoroughly dis gusted with this private and scurrilous production, which is a futile attempt to damage the character of a highly-respected resident of Warwick. I am, yours, &c., A. B.

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IS AMERICAN COMMERCE TO BE EXTINGUISHED? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

IB AMERICAN COMMERCE TO BE EXTINGUISHED? Under the above heading tlie Ar«o Xorlc Timet of December 17 writes as follows: " One of -the moat striking passages in the report of the Secretary of the Treuury is that in which lie de monstrates the effect of high duties upon raw material in diminishing' and almost de stroying our once .important business of ship and steamer building. He showa that though formerly a first-clasB commercial Power, and apparently destined soon destined to lead the commerce of the world, we hove during the last sis years been steadily fulling behind Great Britain, and if the diminution of our shipbuilding snd carrying trade goes on at the present rate (of some 60 per cent, in six years) we shall before ling cease to be a commercial Power of any importance. These serious facts are confirmed by figures showing the decrease in American tonnage from this country, and the increase in English em ployed in our ports, such as the following : -The tonnage ot American v...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TALGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

TALGAI. /Vent the D. D. Oaulti'i CorrttpondtnU The glowing accounts which have found" publication in some of the Brisbane papers from time to time of the .Talgai gold digging* would lead a stranger to the same diggings to suppose that there was something really doing in the mining business; at least, that any man that works must make a fortune. But auch is not the opinion of those sons of toil who are on the ground, and the beat compe tent to judge. They nev.er dream of any* thing beyond a bare subsistence. It has been a universal practice, from time im memorial, by certain classes of people, in their day, to make exaggerated statements of the true state and workings of gold mining. On any gold diggings there are j generally to be found aome of the repre sentatives of different nations; therefore, if it was on that ground idone, you must I allow for difference of opinion-Now j tommet de V-Amerique. When such re ports appear that toe majority of the dig ging population are jogging al...

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SHOCKING MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON A FEMALE AT HOKITIKA, N.Z. (From the West Coast Times. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

SHOCKING MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON A FEMALE AT HOKITIKA. N.Z. (From the Weit Coait Timet. One of those outrages not uncommon in large and more settled ?communities, but from which Hokitika'ba* hitherto enjoyed . singular immunity, occurred in the Pro vincial Hotel, Revell-strret, yesterday morning, and for a time threw the whole town into a state of intense commotion. The parties directly concerned were the barmaid -and- cook at tbe above hotel, and from what we can gather, it appears that an ill-feeling existed between them that' finally culminated in a quarrel nearly re sulting in the death of tbe unfortunate woman. The ceok is a coloured man, a native -of the Cape de Verd islands, and Kes by the name of George Vincent; the rmaid, who also filled the situation of housekeeper to tbeJ eslablishment, beiog a line young woman oatred Anne Keelan, of Irish parentage Between 7 and 8 o'clock she proceeded to thekitchen for tbe purpose of ascertaining if breakfast was ready, and finding no prep...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 5. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APBIL 5. (Before the Police Magistrate.) David CromUe was summoned by John B, Peass for using -threatening language towards bim on the previous day, .o as to incite a breach of the pease After the evidence of complainant was given, the oharge was withdrawn, the de fendant Laving apologised, and promised not to commit a similar offence in future. John Madden was broagbt op, under a warrant, for neglecting an order of the Court to support bis wife. Having stated that be was ready to take back bis wife, and treat ber properly, be was discharged. John Carter was brought op in cnsto ly by Sergeant Oraycoa, of the AUora police, for making use of threatening language, and having firearms in hia posiesaion. He was remanded until Tuesday (to-day) lot lite production of ev'idenoe.

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Poetry. DARLING, TELL ME YES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

DARLING, TELL ME TES. IY JOBS O. IAUE. One little roomont more. Maud, One little moment more: I have a word to apeak, Maud, I Dtver breathed before. What can it be but love, Maud ? And do I rightly guesB, 'Tis pleasant to your ear, Haud ? O, darling, tell me yes. Tbe bnrden of my heart, Maud, There's little need to tell, There's little need to a«y. Hand, I've loved you long and well. There'* language in a sigh, Hand, One'* meaning to cxpreu; And yours-was it for me, Haud T O, darling, tell me yes. My eyes have told my love, Maud, And on my burning oheek TouVe read tbe tender thought, Maud. My lipa refused to speak, I gave you all my beart, Maud, *Ti< neediest to confess; And did you give me Tours, Maud ? 0, darling, tell me y«s. 'Tis sad to starve a love. Mend, 80 worshipful and true; I know a little oot, Maud, Quite large enough for two; And yon will be my wife, Maud, So you may ever fclets, Through til your sunny life, Maud, The day you answered yes. -Rllft Opinion.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

GOVTENHEKT SAVUNM BASK.-Bctatn of operations lor the month of March, 1867 Hew acoouuts opened... .. 188 Accounts re-opened .. ,, . 41 Accounts olottd .. .. J94 Inoreaee In number of acoounta 29 Number of deposits * 694 Nnmberof withdrawals <29 Number of operstloni .. 1133. Total aum'deposlted ..£11,911 3*. U Total aom withdrawn.. .. £8177 19a. U Interest paid to depositors ... £86 7a. 74 Amount to the credit of 2S92 depositors on the Slit March, 1867 £98,722 Oa. 4ft Amount to the oredlt of 2668 depositor* on the 28th Feb., 1867 £81022 12*. 8d Increase for the month of Mush £2769 8e. Id At the Insolvency Court, Sydney, on 201b instant, in the estate of George VUlioaeud and Charles Bweetland, a first (meting, thtra wu no appearanoe. MEW IKSOLTENT;-Patrick Moyl&n, of Tepter Held, aaddler. LlabUlUe*. £208 Ui. Jil. Assets, £8516a. Mr. Sejoptll, official «u||^^e. BOSTON'S CIBOOS.-WeuDdermUnd tUacMwi brated troupe intend performing in Vfiarjf^lf In abontten or twelve day...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

Bank of New South Wales, VftlVICS. rr\B16 BBAliOH It open for dn traniaotlon JL of tlia uaoal flanking Bualneaa. Drifts tenet on Its Branches and Agenda* throughout the Anitrallan Colonlea, tod Great Britain, &c., &0. . DltoonntSsys-Honday* and Tboraday. V«. TH0MF80iL . Acting Manager. Warwick, Jan. 2t, 1667. SB ? NOTICE. I BATE THIS BAY'disposed of my Bt si nes*, with the Btook-In-Trade, Household Furniture, Timberj &c" to Dtf nephew, Mr. JAMBB BRAY, Jo», who will is future carry an tbe Soilness and Bcceire *11 Mouoya dot to tne, m>1 wlmt receipt «rlll be nlaM to disObwge the mm. FEED. HUDSON. April 8th, 1B67. SS8 WARWICK JOCKEY CLUB. TUB ANNUAL HBBTINO or the Warwick Jockey Olik will be bdl at Mr. Brenden'a "Oommerofal Hotel," TO-UOBBOW, Wednes day, the 10th lut, at 8 pja., for the purpoae of electing cfioera for the .nutiag year; and to mike arrangement* for the forthcoming Kaon. Memben are teoattteS to attand and pay their subscriptions, otbarwlie they...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisb[?]ne Daily paperss.) SYDNEY. April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

THE 'rtrwKfi § TENTERFIELD CHBOKICLE. TUESDAY. APBIL 9. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Atriigii /rem tki friiiiti Dtily pt/Mri.) SYDNEY. April 8. The ketch C8nit>rta Jtee-iwee-tetoHy wrecked off Broken Bay. The crew were saved, but two passeEgeDgers who were on board the craft perished. The Government, in order to atop the frauds which ire continually being pvac tised on the Customs authorities, have re solved to compel declaration of tbe value ofgoodstobe made upon oath, in order that they nay be enabled to prosecute for perjury should they discover the declare lion to be false. Tbe markets are improving. April 4. Very little wool was offered at the aalei this day, and tbe attendance was small. For band-washed there was . better spirit visible in the biddings. Greasy lamb's fetched XOJd. Skins are easier. Fat lambs realised from 12s. 6d. to 18s. 6d. In the horse market the demand is steadier. There are no signs yet of the arrival of the New Zealand and Panama mail ?steamer the Mature....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE GOVERNOR AT TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

THE GOVERNOR AT TOOWOOMBA. Daring the sojourn of the Governor and Lady Bowen on the Darling Downs for the last few weeks, the inhabitant* of two of the towns which His Excellency visited took occasion to express their loyalty towards the Queen in the person of Her Represent*tire. Our reader* are .ware that the Municipal Council of Too woomba adopted a resolution that the Governor should be accorded a similar reception on his return through this town to the metropolis. This idea has been abandoned, not through any want of loyalty on the part of Her Majesty's sub jects, but because a more favourable op portunity for such a demonstration will shortly be afforded at the formal opening by Hia Excellency of the Railway traffic between Ipswich and Toowoomba. The arrangement* to do honour to that occa .ion, we understand, will be carried out by the Municipal Council as the represen tatives of tbe town . A triumphal arch is to be erected on the Hailway at the boundary of the Municipality, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 April 1867

WARWICK ARGUS up TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE IB pnbliihed every Tuesday and Friday mornitga, and forwarded to all parti of the Australian colonies TEEMS OF 8UBSCEIPTION. Quarterly (In idraiM) 8i. Ditto (emit) lot. Orders nBaoootnpamiod by prepayment will re Mire no attention. Q Barters <*ermlnaU Slit Msreli, 80tU June, 80th September,»nd Slit December. Subscriber* wishing to withdraw their names from the list will bepequired to forward their resignation (together witu all arrwa) direct to tin effiw M least fourteen (dsn day* Wore the expiration of each quarter. TKBAIS FOB ADVEETISINQ. Two line* 1 4 Four lines .................... S 0 Six lines 8 0 Eight linea....... 4 0 Bray additional fire linei, or under 1 0 Large and displayed adTertieementa ai per agreement. A liberal dliepnnt allowed on autrartlaomenta ordered for more than six conMoutire Insertions. Dirthi. marriages, or deaths, Si. each inier tion. [n the absenoe of written Initrnotiona to the contrary, adrertisenietite ...

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