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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

Igfflruriclr TENTBEFIKLD CHBONICLE. FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1867. IT would went that the formation of a Protection League has entirely fiuled for the present. An adjourned meeting wbb to have been held on Thursday evening laat, but the initiators of the movement appear to have abandoned the idea of forming ench a. league in the present juncture of affair*. It seems rather .triage that a firrt public meeting held under awrh apparently favourable auspices should havecowed those who weretbepro. pagators of the movement. It was not at the preliminary meeting that they receiged direct or violent opposition, but we think the opinions expressed by the press «f the colony bad a weighty influence in shaking the scheme which was attempted to be made a law of the colony. There is now no one in Brisbane bold enough to put himself forward as an advocate of Pro tection, or if there be such an individual, be is not at present prepared to stem the opinion of the general .public on the mat ter. We believe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

MELBOUBNE. April 5. Sir. Syme, the proprietor of the Age newspaper, being brought befote the Bar of the Houie, expressed regret that any comments which were mode in a leading article should have been construed as re flecting upon the personal character ol an honourable member of the Assembly. , Upon this, Mr. Syme was released. Mr. Ambrose Kyte has given notice of his intention to bring in a bill for tho pay ment of membgrs of the Legislature. The considoration of the new Tariff Hill bas been postponed by the Council. April 6. The Assembly has allowed the charge brought against the Age of libelling Mr, M'Lellan to <lrop; Mr George Smith ' avowed himself the writer of the article. April 8. The ship Royal Dane, with immigrants for Brisbane, was spoken on the 26th ultimo, and wished to be reported. She was then in 43 degrees, south latitude, and longitude 192 east. Hie Banks have announced their inten tion of reducing the rate of interests on deposits and fixing uniform rate...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

Insolvent Estate of John Oowper, of Timbarra SALE Br puiEio AUCTION OF Magnificent Household Furniture, Bug gies, Hones, Cattle, Poultry, Pigs, &c., inc., &c. MR9EdlfciR|g@ligDINI HAS received instruction* from J. Hdtohik »os, Esq,, ageut (or the Official Auignee, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, AT Hlg MARX, BOUSE STBEET, Tentebpield, On MONDAY, the 15<A April, At 11 o'cloofc prompt, THE UNDERMENTIONED TBULY CHOICE AND "VAXUA.BLE &BTICKEB Partie* famishing, and otben, will find thU an opportunity not likely to ooour again, as everything ii of tlie very beat description, and in uri(>nt« order. Lot. BEDROOM NO, 1. 1. 1 Very superior polished cedar wardrobe, with drawers, Ac. 2. 1 Polished cedar double vuhBtand 3. 2 China toilet services 4. 1 Towel hone 5. X Large cheval £lass 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 Oane-bottom cedar chair Besboom NO. 2. 11. 1 Tubular ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) DALBY. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abridged /run thl Britbnnt pttpert.) DALBY. Anril 6. Tbe sittings of the District Court com menced here on Thursday. j Gavin, charged with stealing a saddle, was acquitted. Bobertson, charged with forgery, was loand guilty, and sentenced to fire years' imprisonment. Cousins, charged with a similar offence, was acquitted. French, Wilson, M'Dougnl, and Iluoie, found guilty of horse and cattle stealing, were sentenced to seven .years' imprison- i merit, and to receive sixty, lashes each year of that term.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local [?]ntelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

ocflt Oar readan will perceive by advertisement that tbe Brisbane Sisters of Mercy lutrad hold ing a bazaar for the purpose of raining funds to liquidate the pnrohaie money of the home and premises now ocoupled by (he SUtere of Mercy at All Hallow* Convent, Brisbane. The drawing will take place In the beginning of July, and the prinolpal prise* are of a very clioioe and valuable description. There are eleven principal price*, and 800 additional prizos and work* of art varying in value from 5i. to £6. The prion of the ticket! I* 1*. each, a sum whioh any one oan afford, and leaving out of oalonlatlon the chanoe of winning valuable prize*, the objeot i* oue which mnst command the nympathy and anpport of all olasaen of Christians. We an Informed the valne of the prise* amount in the aggregate to about £100, and the Sisters of Mercy appeal to the generosity of the people of Queenstsnd to aid them in the work pt devotion which .hoy have taken in band. It must ba under stood that no diver...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TAME CATS. (From the Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

TAMK CATS. (From the Saturday Review.) The greatest literary tame cat on record if Dr. Johnson. Poor Mrs. Thrale paid dearly for her ambition in securing BO veiy formidable a specimen for her villa at Strestbsm. The world bus grown . fastidi ous of late, and nowadays a man of genius who gobbled Iiib food, dropped snnff about tbe room, and insulted tlie company, would not be tolerated even in the blnest of blue oirolei. Tbe literary muu who frequents tbe modern country-lionise is no intellectual bully. It is only in itia Club that he may be now and then beard enappiog out criticisms, or flapping defiance, like an elderly bantam, at a brother lavant. In I society, a laudable desire to etand well with 1 ladies'of rank is a guarantee for Itia good betavtirar. Sis function is to purvey literary small-talk to tbe circle assembled at the park or the hall. He baa the entree | on the implied eondition that he imports tbe latest gossip ol Pull Ma'l, the newest j political rumour. He must be r...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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IPSWICH. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

IPSWICH. April 6. Four thousand six hundred acres of land were taken up, to-day by selection and under the Leasing Act. This was after tbecale yesterday. The total moucy thus realised, including sales, amounted to six thousand pounds.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUARTERLY REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

QUARTERLY EBVKNUB. March. 1666. £ 8. Customs 66,607 0 Stomp Duty Gold 724 19 IiMid Iterenue £6,625 14 Postage 5,147 IS Post Office Orders Commission 152 IS I icenaa* 3,999 12 Fee* of Office 2,668 16 ' Fines & Forfeinres. 664 0 Hunts, exclusive of Land 114 7 Harbour Dues 1,942 0 Railway Receipts... 3,916 12 Superannuation Fund..... 892 16 Electric Telegraph 2,581 7 Miscellaneous Be cuiptB 2.2RS 2 March, 1867. d. £ a. d. 6 66,563 16 2 8.927 14 10 8 777 16 0 0 85.469 18 0 6 6.123 15 1 211 4 0 3,935 12 0 2,484 18 8 340 12 4 216 IC 0 1,368 14 1 7,187 7 7 581 13 2 3,029 8 6 11 4,835 8 10 Total Revonno Proper 1138.022 19 C £141.052 4 10 Special Receipts £16.277 17 7 £10.533 12 1 Markino SHEEP.-The, following notes we copy froiu the New Sampihire Mirror; -The advantage of having every sheep in the flock marked with plain figures, such as ean be easily read even acrosB common sheep-yards, are too obvious to every one to need aiiy argument in its favocr. The best materials for marking...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MILITARY MURDERS NEAR PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

MILITARY MURDERS NEAR PARIS. Tbe trial for the Obamperret murders has been oonoluded before tbe permanent court-martial of Pari*. Tbe atory of two .oldiers' from St. Olond having laid about them with their aabrea in a public-house elws to tbe Boil de Boulbgne, killed ooe pewon and nearly killed three others, naturally excited great eensation in Paris, and the neighbours of tke victims in tbe quarter of Paro de^Neuilly flocked to tbe Rue da Oberohe-Midi to see the denoue ment of tbe terrible dram*. The two prisoners, private eoldiera in tbe Voltigeurs of tbe Imperial Guard, named Oiosi and Agostine, are both Ooreieaits. - The foots indisputably proved in evident* we tbat they, having obtained leave of absence from 8t Cloud barracks, went to the Lyons, railway etation, at (be other extremity of Paris, to see a countryman off to Marseilles. On their way bank, they stopped for ra fnshment at a until wibe-shdp, sept by one Vitte, in tlie Hue dn Bole at Ghamjperret, jnst outside 4be barri...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

SYDNE V April C. A proposed expedition to New Guinea is receiving much attention. The steamer Titans, lately belonging, trfthe Spanish fleet, (rag arrived with o; curgo of produce from Tahiti. * Municipal Council affairs iu Bathurst are come to a dead lock, as the Mayor declines acting till the end of June. April 6. The Northern Expedition Icfl Newcastle for the Gulf this morning. April 7. It Las been raining heavily since Friday evening, and is raining still. The proprietors of the Journal of Oom tnerce gave a pic-nic yesterday. April 9. Nothing further has been heard of the dismasted vessel which was Been outside the Heads yesterday. A gale commenced yesterday evening and luted all night. The weather is ex ceedingly squally. The Qneen of Nations has arrived from London; and the Auckland bus arrived from Auckland. The Journal of Commerce says that business is in a tnoBt unsalisfactoiy con dition, and that there is quite a panic.

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 — 12 April 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE .MAILS. LB. from MarytamI, even Tueeday, at 1 p.m., and ever)/ Baturdant at 6 pjm. « Brieham and Iptvich, via Drayton, by Coll't coathet, every Tueeday, Thurt day, and Saturday, at 8 p jn. M Tieyhum, via Trlgii Vigginge, every Wei. neidiy, at mm. DRFAKTURSB. &*r Maryland, every Monday, at I a.m, and every Tkvrtday, at * p.m. JSritbane and Tpeuieh, Ha Drayton, every Monday, Wednteday, end Friday, by (Ui'i nnln, at 9 aim. m Wanrielt to Leyhurn, every Thuredoy, at 4 ajn. iKA- LtiUre auit tt fetted at the Country tijtoei haIf hour previoua tj the time (bed tor the dtepatcA of matte, hut Me tettere will be received to vitkln a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a eixptnny elamp being affixed to taeh Utter. Jtewipaperi are refU'red to he potted one hour before the time appointed for tloeina the matte. The Englieh mail tloeei an or about the 17U ./ every nunth.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

WARWICK ARGUS AND ?eentebfield CHRONICLE 18 pnblishod every TtiMda? mornirga, and forwarded to «U parts oftlie Australian colonies. TSBM6 OF BDBSCBIPtlON. Quarterly (In advance) M. wiil re 81st MarcK 80tU June, 80th September,'eind'SlBt December. Subscribe!*wtshlngto withdraw their tijui fa»m the Hit wDI be required to forward tiuwr resignation (together wim «JI amort) <Ureet to the offioe *?. least fourteen clear day* before the expiration of each quarter. TERMS FOB advbbwbino. Two Knee * S Four line* " Six line* .'.J1 ? S Eight line! if""" Etbij additional fire «».». or 1 'l^fmi displayed JdmtUement* ai Per ""a liberal diacouilt allowed on adrertiMnients ordered for morethan »UcoD»ooHTe io»Mrtone. Blrthi, n>»rrUge». or deaths, Si. each in»er ttU th. aWnoaoT vfrirtto CBttrncUoM to the , contrary, adTertisaments will be Inserted until ^"drlSuemtnU moat lie sent in to tW Offict not later than t"» o'clock on Monday ana Thurs day afternoons, and orders fof the Witjidrawjd...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to liate that our Accountt fir the quarter ending 81H Monk hut me now M eturee of delivery, end toe hope they uitt be eettled tcHhouf the least deloy. ' Than m erreart trill kindly oblige u* by a prompt eetthment, a* our regainment* mutt be obtiout to them. fSF nUlting the proper time for payment of euburiptioM in advance, vie truet our JHmit *Ml ochunclcdge the fact by tend *nf remittance.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

«SBS^BSSSSSSSS= VKistC.LT CALENDAR. April * io| II IS] 14 ul TOM. Wed. Thnm. rriday Pat. 1 IstoJ Won: 1 [4nn riMi H. H. 6 . 17 e . is 6 . 18 C . 19 « . 18 « . SO « . fil 5 . 47 6 . 46 6 . 44 Moon'* Age.:

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 April 1867

DIED. At Glenelg, on the 9th instant, the infant of J. A. M'Arthur.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

AVft . j © R A INI ft ' r i l&AID OF w 'jLtl BALLOTS- COHVBHT tflQimuTios FOND; aasraiMie, Q*mKRai.Lm>. THE SISTERS OF MKttCV earnestly appeal to, a benevolent public to aid in the I SstaMiahment of the Convent in Biiilint, for .the Belief and Serviee of tha Poor and Side of | iall denominations, the* Education of iatith, and I the support and employment "of dlstraeaed faoules, of .good oWacter -who. an thus pro- . teotedTromthe wa^Jsugett of a clty with a fluctuating population. fa -general these poor girl* hire neither parent! or Mendstft thb i oolony. To enable the Sistsi* to establish and . oontinue these *ork« of Horey. " A BAZAAR . m.i.. mim iiMimtTOH Will (akajiiaee is tha $$as<*wi 'wi BRIBBAW*.' - OnMQXDJ. V, TtJK8DA.rt WKDPetieA. T tbe i»i&4;sfc^3%,i8«rr;c IZB8X P*1ZB: A A LIGHT SOC la^LE BUGGY ? (newlyj^T), And SPLENDID HOR8B, witk 8ilwt mounted H ABJ*E8S to suit. Dzcotro pMiet: ? >. A MAVV«OIiOURED POPIilN DRESS, aunt ummi: . wsarosw. &...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

A OE NTS. Tm following Gentleman bare been appointed Ageota Cot cbli paper, and An authoriaed to rsoaire aubicriptlonj and adTtotiaementi j Sydney A. Cobitt. griilnn - * - . Ownui * Duin lUrrland W H*BDT. Tenterfiold G. Wiluoii. Printed «>d published l>y Patmok Btociiib, Ml* proprietor, at the" Argus" Office, Albion «Uiwt, Warwick, in the colony of Queensland Mid ftlao published ut Kouse-atreet, TenUr field iu the colony of Mew South Walefc Tuesday, Apiii 16, IIK7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

H. C. BAJBOIB \ir UiL Mil by public auction. »a WEDNKS W DAYM&A|ifU17th.etMa 8 A LB BOOMS, Ibnuhiar ef »h« HODB on uonBl<( . tb« Bank of Sew fjauth Vila, fcalng in all 6 TONS & 4 BAGflt * . [iliftj 8 to 4 BAG9 SHALL WBBAT. Bill to oonmsnM at 11 o'cilook. Tenon-Cuh. ... ... Ks Baaarre. 871 FfilDAY, APBIL 26th. -Impor^fy. uxd Unmanned Sale. Bf^'Qrier of the Mortgagee*. MB8888.WHm* MACKENZIE HAY^'s-ioelredlnatnioUotii to rabmit to pnlfllo ootapatitioa, without the .lifbteit neerre, «t ttwir ? . - 8ALS BOOM0, ALBION-STREET, On I$I!C>AY, the 28th of Apri!, A* «.ft*"*. That JfJ&M. known m tiU:>«08B Ptr.r, ' Tli* l|flfeaftir,''of;fca,Uta Tboflui JeffriM, HMMlMi lit. II*. Mi raUlrUioiu ttiMWi 1B9~*ad 190, oootalnlng 887 «HMf <|nWbai Arable Land, having » nfetam to ill* Ooniaoilne. a Urge »«W)f'jnf. artiMr'ft eUlinM, and !< e^feMttadar uafeeriM. Tlx IMfici-unfi cailha above rateable * * (Mat and comfortable ^alnhilM fJottag*, aht...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

Wanted,, TKNDEllS for 85,000 IBOX BARK SHIKOLISS, at the Stwnp, ofbeat quality; not more than 10t nuleeiroa GlengaLlan Head Station. : Tenders to be tent in op totha 20th, .April. .. The lowest or My Tender sat (leoea aarilr aoeepted. , JOHN DftUOHAR, - 261. Glengallait ? NOTICE- " rnHE ANWALGEtfEiiAL MKiST 1 ING- «ff ST. MASK'S CHUBOH will be held in St. Mark'a Sohool, on ttASTER TUESDAY, 28rd April next, to teceire the Aceounta of the Church warden*, end to elect new Ofaurehwtu-dens for tbe ensuing year, and other busineaa. n' ADBOBOUGH| Ohnroh W. H. BROWN jwandena. April 9,1867. 26» HOBOS. '; I HEREBY anOioriM J. O. WOrfB, Jan. to aet m my atsat, a»4 toOolLeotall Boot* and Msnera das tJ en, fall raoeipt will .ha. * ?uffioieot 'diaebarga tot the amine. XDMOND Xk TBOHHTON. Werwlch, March tU 1887. '' W NOTICE. IBBBBBT aotboitaltr. J.0. WHTHS, JMn» to collect B»nU and Money* due to me, and ? to aot aa mf agont ID Wanrtak; hli l^Hript will be a sufficient di«cta*rgs for the Mge^ Wtrwi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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PARTNERSHIPS OF INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

PARTNERSEIPS OF INDUSTRY. About thirty jaaw since "a Frenchman died who bad darted the bent part ol his manhood lifetoievelopiog t theory of society wherein cajital and labour should be oo confiiof^betttftn; tliem, by awarding to efeeli a proportions ebara of the wealth jointly produosd. kmidat muoh that wu nouaensioal and dreauy, there mi also en .lenient of eonnd lew end practical philo sophy. Hie theory akpt for twenty yean before any sample J. pae&*l ebuld be quoted to chow ita pradical working. Jait now the plan seems tobe looking ap again. I have had a oirouiar 4ut me in wbioh the prices of shares are qui ted for eale of three such establishments wiere labour eharea the profit with the employers. One of ibem ia lu a woullen, anotherio a coal, and . third in iron worka. It aipiars, from a meeting reoently b*ld In LeMsj thai Messn.-Briggs and Co., near Nowanton, in Yorkshire, werei io cunetant eonfliet with ^ir oolliers m U» the rata of wcges, either of advance OT redact...

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