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THE [?]rwic[?] [?]s, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. APRIL 16. 18[?]7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

THR A*» TENTERMBLD CHKOXICLK TUESDAY. APBII, 16. usr. Tfflt leading and correspondence columns of <he metropolitan and other colonial joarna!* are being at pneent flilly. oceu. pied witli grumbling* at the operation of the Leering Act. It ii certainly a fodtjim of the moat vital importance .at the present time, and in fact it ii almost the only one that claim* a thorough and searching ventilation. The equation, a* a class, come in Air many hard knocka at the band* of anonymoua writer*; bnt however deceptively the new land'laws hnvo been found to work, the squatter* themselves cannot be held bktneable for merely purcbaiing what land they may require, either for pastoral or speculative purpose*. It if both unbecoming and inconsiderate of writers in the public pre** to villify a clasa who have certainly enjoyed tnere advantage* than they an i entitled to, but who nevertheless have not! .obtained more than the law allow*. It ia I the almost univeraal peculiarity of human j na...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL [?]2. (Before the Police M[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

WABWIOK IMUCE OOUET. FBIDAT, AnaU (Before the Polioe Murittniii.1 Henry Herbert, Edwanl vJfa»kes, Geurge Cowper, and JMUM Dtwson, were brought op on remand, chirged with breaking into the Prinoess of Kale* Hotel at allow, on Saturday, the 9th 'lost, and stealing several blanket* aitd other article*. Samuel Gordon, the pn-' prietorof the hotel, identified the blankets aa bis property; witness taw the prisonem at hie place in the course of the day, bit did not we them tit sight; he went to the camp on Sunday mohiing, and aafcti one of the prisoner! if they had a. blanketa that did not belong to them; le replied he didn't know, but he might loot j witneu examined the content* of a tug, and found three blanket* that belonged to him, and prisoner aaid he. might take them with him; witness arid that those . who fetched them there might bring them back again; when he went back to the house his wife told him that * man who was staying there the previous night had been robbed of bis trousers...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ([?]ed from the B[?] Daily papers.) [?]OCK[?]AMPTON. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. from the J3r($bant piper*.) BOCKQAMPTON. 'Anrfll: ; Mirinc operation* in tbe nngiibourfibod of Oncodile Creek are much impeded in ?«onMjaence of the late mini 8e»ral raabra hare token place in the Tieioty. hat they ere of «n unimportant chucter.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNq$. | The ami fortnightly meeting of &U body took place at the Council Chambers, od Thursday afternoon last. The mum ben present were:-Aldermen Brown (nt the chair), Bugden, Orombie, Affleck, F. Morgan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read end eoufirmed. OOBUSrOHDEHOC. A letter ma raid from Mr. W.sfi, BalU, teqaaatiog permission to place a law load* of grarel in front of his house In Albion-stnet, so as to prevent the water from running under the same, which re qnstwss granted. MNAlfCE COMMITTEE. Report No. 80 of this committee was bought up, and the several amounts wen oriered to be fwkL - TBK CEtfETEKT, Alderman Brown's motion relative to tb repairs of the eemeteir was conai. deed, and it wm moved by Alderinsn Beden and seconded by Alderman Ifcrgan that the Mayor be authorised to gel the naoesaary repairs executed as early as jotisible,-Carried. AFFEii DA.Y. loved by A'dertoan Bbows; and s« Moled by Alderman Morgan-that the ippe* day against ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

8TDNEF. Aorafi. "Ws bare been visited tcnday by a heavy gale Vom the southward, accompanied by min. Alarep ditmaited ibip has been seen off tje Beads. Tie A.8.N. Co.'e steamer Agnes Irriog hu proceeded in search ot her. Oolemtn, charged with stealing stamps from the Post Office, has been remanded til to-mori!ir. : ' April 9. Die Agnei Irvine has returned without being able tofind the dismasted ship re ported yesteriay. The gtle abftod to the eastward. The rereeue re turns for the past quar ter have been {ublished. The gross total is £468,805, beng a decrease of £8000 on the corrasfotdmg quarter of last rear. During the starm on Sunday night, a dray was upset mar Cook's Biver, lulling a woman and ohilc, . April 11. '' We learn from authority, and it appears to be the general with of the public here, tbat should Victorianot strictly observe the arrangements ottered into at the Foetal Conference, Sew South Wales, Queensland, and New Zealand, shall unite to maintain the Pinama and Torie...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]ial [?]tems, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

CwnaC tlmfems, " A HOT DAT IS VICTORIA.-A bat Ssorcbing 4»». Tbe winds, hniog traveled ovst hundred* of miles of arid slain and smoking bush, floated into Mel bourne, laden with bluing beat. Tbe sky glared down wbitely, and tbe blinding ton loonhed op moiitore «od vegetation with iu *je of fin. Tbe veij elmds were whito ttlh bit, and to look «p at thsm'uiade - <faedi»y. In the city, mankind panted with thirst and fat'goe, and reg&rdlsw of conseanenoes, revelled, inordinately and mtJily, in iess, mod cooling drink*, womankind retreated to esllan and ahady nook*, and divesting itself of anperftoua attire, iudalged, gratefully, in ice* and cool jbink*. Womaotdttd re treated. to cellar* and thidy nook*, eaa*>liva^lhg itielf of ! (aperflaon* attire, indulged, gnitsfolly, in Watermelon; and mankind, eoming bone'' wearied and parched, joined womankind in tier retreat, and lay at her feet, tamely, pogltind panted and lolled ont it* tonga* distressfully; bat thongh it w...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRAIN AT FULL SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

A TRAIN Al" PTOiL,«l>JBKD. t. ; Mr. George FrancisTrain.Wter knowi in England and Australia as Tramwaj Train, who disappeared from pnblio notice tome montbi since, bai lately turned np at t speculating millions ire, in eome ont of the iray place in the far West of America, - lamed Omaha, where he appear* to have a vhple newspaper pretty macb to himself, j Hie journal it oalled the Omaha RtnM, f'Wd contains little else than Trait') ^ . traVagaot leaders, speeches, and letters. Here i»tn extract from one of hi* leading articles " Is Tails A. MILLIONAIRE P-That is the question tb»t is asked ns more time* than fre oare to «peak of. We can only answer by raying -ftr*t, U is none of oar business; second, it U QOM of theirs. Bat as a public journalist we V»ve a right to pick up what we can find in tb« newspapers on any public mank«atbpBt4ha«irit of be. ing accused of meddling with a gentleman's private affairs. All we can aay ii that when we were East be seemed to have the ? finest cott...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. April 10, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

MELBOURNE. April 10, Tn» Her. Mr. Booth, of Wangantta, has been sentenced to be deprived for six montls of his power to officiate for hi* notorious act of cruelly to a dog. - - - quarter's nrtnse shows an increase upon the corresponding quarter of last year. Bishop Gould of Melbourne,' and" Bishop &hiel| of Adelaide, leave by next mail for the gnat convocation of bifhopa to be held at Borne. . ? The exeeation of Murphy forthe Bulla-' took murder is fixed to 4ake place on1 Tuesday next.

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

MILANCHOLT ASD FATAL AOOIDIKT.-It I* onr painful duty to reoort that . telegram wai reoeired in town tbU morning, ewqrli| the aad intelligence that Mr. Jame* M'lotoeh, of the liti Arm .( M'lntoeh and Oo" atortj keepere of Uiti lowo, tu throws from hb horns. *. Ipewlch, on Snnday evening lut, aad killed. Bit brother, Mr. DaTld M'Intoth. (Urtad from Italia immediately on neefpt of the telegram. The onfortsnate gentleman »u Terjtfghlj r«pieM.lgr.ill*illil«ki»r he oaafa jpoontaet,ud ho )e*Tfe .» wife nod three children-lo lament UMr'UnttoW/ Uik. The particulate of the md aoddent hin sot yet been reoelted. PoeucAXe* Liomu.-It at/not ho doomed oat of plooo tc> remind the Bonifaeee of tbie dlitrlot that the annual meeting for the re newal Of Uoeneof take* place thli morning at tho Ooart Hotue. ' A meeting of the Warwick Joofcof Olnb wae a^rortleed to bo hold at the Boyal Hotel teat' evening, bat hiring to go to JtroH early we oonld not ftumleh a report of tho proceed Inge. Two fut yono?...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellan[?]ous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

(MSmms* HOWTOLISOT A DAKK BOOK.-If, in a very narrow street or laiie, we look out of a; window with the era in the same plane as the outer &oe of the wall in wh ich the window is placed, we shall see the whole of the sky by which the apartment can be illuminated. If we now withdraw the eye inwards we shall gradually loae sight of the sky till it whouy disappears, whioh may take place when the eye is only six or eight inches from its first posi tion. In such a casetheapartment is illu minated only by the light .reflected from the opposite wall or the sides of the stones whioh form the window ; because, il the glass of the window is sis or eight inches .within the wall, as it generally is, not a ray of light can fall upon it If we now remove our window and substitute another in which all the panes ofglass are roughly ground on the outside, and flush with the outer wall, the light from the whole of the visible sky, and worn the remotest parts of the opposite wall, will be intro...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELA[?]E. April [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

ADELAIDE. April fl. There have been great flood* in tbt country diitrida, eapeciali^ iu (be neigh bourhood oi Xanana*. A mo«t determined, and we regret to aay tacoNsful, attempt at highway rob bery wa* made on WeftttMdar evening. About seven o'clock that night a man named Dennis Abraham*, a chepberd recently arrived from Nanango, engaged a" ' bantam nb, driven by Michael Batter*, to take him to the Valley . On getting into the cab he found another man named Webb inside. He had at the time £7 in hi* pocket. Ioatead of driving to the Vabey, Batter drove out towards Kelvin Grove, and when some distance from town made Abraham* alight from the eab. Subsequently be returned, and aaid be had been wnt by an innkeeper in town to feteb Abraham* bade, but he awore he would not let him get into the cab until few fan (10a.) wa* paid in advance. Abraham* aborted for the police, and at the aame time paid the men between 9s. and 10s. Two gentlemen, named Walsh and Killeen came up, and cm bearing Bu...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTUR[?] OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

ABRIVAL ANFE DKPAUTURK OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. Ft em Maryland, every Tveaday, at 1 p.m., and every Saturday at I p.m. M Britbam and fpivuh, via Drayton, by Cobb'i coacMct, every ISteeday, Tkvrt dag. and Saturday, at 3 pj*. A Leyburn.tia Tilgii lMggingt,every Wed net day, at MM. DEPARTURES. for Maryland, entry Monday, at 8 a.m., end entry Jiurtday, at 4 p.m. MiImi and fptwieh, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednttday, and Friday,, by CoU'a (Nciu, at 8 aM. m WaneiekHo teybarh, every Tkurtday, at 4 o.m. KR- Letteri mutt be fatted at He Country f>fieat ka(f an hour pretlout to the time fixed for the detpateb?/ mailt, but fate ietlert will bt \ reteived to ecitktn a Quarter of n tur, upon a ] fee of a rixptuny atamp being affixed to each } letter. Newtpaptra art regv'red to bt potted on* hour before tie time appointed for doting the mailt. The Snglith mail tlttet an or about the 17li of every month.

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

THE "WARWICK ARGUS km THJCTKHFIELl) CHEONICLE 18 (dfltiU .*»ty Tmlijr and Vrilir nttriin, and forwarded to *11 parti of tb* AtutntyU'oOlMilM. «*BBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. «eir« afrMMtti£T J ^ p" QutMf terminate Slit Match. wlpmtwwlt to O* riM WUMttantMn dear d*yi befara tb* .xpinOBD^(M«h(i<Uita)r. WnriSM* » o e o - « * ° largra&s <U»iaityed *>flV'w'ti»Miientt u per ignttimiti i-.j-A'. ???> .? A ltUMl d)MMBit«Uoir«aon adrartt»ement» erdeiwd tor monthrn/ilreotiixiutlrif/ueilloDt, Biit^ apniuni, ardeatlu, Si,. e»b inw tUm. ^ T z ' ! ~TT ^ " Id thrtibeeaoaof written initraotlons to tb* .ontni]rt*S«HtiMBumt«i<wiU be icaerted until MMUltCQMB^A*K ^;,' AfojrtfajWtjWi pmtt fefejfcnt in to tbe Office Atj afttrntioM, and order* for the withdrawal or .Iterattoaaf adrartUmaanta, imutbeaent in if nooa«* Batarit^a *DdWedn«#<k»«. jo|;pkinting. Tn niMgiiit'iU Vunotttmhtito apnocnp»«»>be,mU»Ptapr ^ebtriotithet he to aj^epta vhft 4*ertptfoo&a...

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

TO SUBSCRIBERS J2& ADVER TISERS. We leg to atate that mr Aeoomti far. tie Quarter eniinj 8W March hut are flow in enme tf ietfcery, mi .» Jupe fkey mil be tettled tciikovt the limit May. Thotain orrport tcill kindly oblige ut by m prompt tettlmeai, m car requirement* maethe obvbm* Uthem, Tki* being iht proper time for payment tf mleeriptiime advance, ue truet cur fiiendt teill acknowledge tie faet If aead. i*f remitUmeet,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

WEiStCLY CALENDAR. . A*VJ 11 I Toefc'i |B& Friday 8M. SDN. Man, Sod rise! *. U * . W .'« .18 < . 19 « . >. « . 90 e . «i Ban HtlJMaw'a Age. .*. * . v * .-4* * . <* e . 4s e . 4! 6 I 40 . . » 4 r j :. 10

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A MODEL AUSTRALIAN DWELLING HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 April 1867

A MODEL AUSTRALIAN DWEL LING HOUSE. Tbe complaint made by Mr. Gavan Duffy, in his recent lectnre, of the unsuit ableness of our building' fashions to our climate, is no new one,. The case was put with unusual force, and had the effect of a surprise to many; but one would think tie experience of Anglo-Indians ought to have made the subject more familiar. In British India tbe climate that was once thought m deadly has been robbed of nearly, all ik dangerom attributes by the.ekUfnl .adaf tation of buildings and domestio arrange ment* to the requirement* of European residents, who thus Manage to acoept tb Asiatic life without wholly atwodoDingtbt main peculiarities .and advantage of Euro pean social habits'and customs. Our el» mate is not ao hot as Jhat of India; but I aeems Done the. Its* absurd to adopt her; the peak an# slapttng roof* originally in'' vented ai protection again it snow, and to deliberately deprive onrsalves of tbe comfort .f thoee flat roofs which are so important an ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 April 1867

Printed and published I'J' 1'iTBioK RITCHIE, ?ole iiroprielor. »t tbe" Arcut" Office, Albion ctreet, Warwick, in tbe colony of Queensland and also published at Uouse-stroet, Ten tor Held iu tho colony of New South Waloa. Fridsy, Apiil ID, 1867. THE BAZA&R AND GRAND,' gistrilrutiatt ri gfrim W AID Or TUB ALL M&LLOWS C0H7BH11 LIQUIDATION FOND, jeibsbsb isjf, ^isTEBBjaSi a arj®. rnHE SlSTBBS Of MEBCY earneatly X appeal to & benevolent public to aid in the Establishmant of *he Convent in Brisbane, for the Belief and Service of the Poor and Sick of all denominations, tbe Educstiop of Youth, and the support and employment of distressed females of good oharaoter who are thus pro tected froai tbe many dangers of a city with a fluctuating population. In general these popr girls have neither parents or friends In this colony. To enable tlie Sisters to establish and ooatinue those works of tterey. A BAZAAR AMD CtMffi BIlSTlIBlIIf IOB 07 MISSS Will take place in the1 ? &...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 April 1867

AGENTS. THE following Gentlemen t^are beeo appointed Ageuto for tbii paper, and are authorised to receive eubscriptioni and advertisements Sydney - A- Ccbitt. Brisbane . - - UBKTtLLi & BiED Maryland ? . W JHabdt. Tenterfield . - - O. Wilmo*.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 April 1867

THB FEMALE BusaEtANOERB. -The Donolly (Vietoria) Exprem gives tlio fol lowing aoooaut of two women who, " for a lark," disguised themselves as bushrangers: -" On Thursday night last, the quiet little towu of M'Intyre was nearly the scene of a fatal tragedy. In the dead of the night Miss , dressed in man's clothes, and wearing a mask, accompanied Miss , another juvenile, as an amateur bushranger. Tliey visited several residents here, demanding their money. In some placos the disguise was deteoted and langhed at; but on arriving at the bouse of Mr. --, whose family bad long sioce re tired te bed, they rapped at the d<'or, threatening to break it in. On hit opening the' door, 'his money or bis life' wis demanded, the person in the fna»k calling out to 'Jem' to oome, and blessing his eyes for a ooward. Mr. - shut the doorr returning to bis room for a revolver, and would have fired at the mask, but be saw the undisguised young woman, and it oo onrred to him that it was a lark....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST LORD ERNEST VANE TEMPEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 April 1867

THIS CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST LORD ERNEST VANli TEMPEST. In tliu Court of Queen's Bench, on the 24th (the Lord Chief Justice and Justice Blackburn, Mel lor. and Lush sitting in banco), their lordships liatl before them tha case uf " The Queeu v. Lord Ernest Vane Tempest." The defendant in this case was in 1856 a cornet in the Queeu'a Own 4th Light Dragoon Guards. On the evening uf August 31, after Lord Ernest Vaue Tempest had been obliged to leave his regiment, be met on officer of the rame regiment with a woman, named Mary Jane Spencer; and as the two were stand ing couversing together at the top of St. Jatnes'-stteet, the defendant u&me up, spat in his late comrade's face, and culled him a coward and a blackguard. Proceedings were in couscqnence taken against Lord Ernest Vane 'i'einpeat^ but he left tbo country and went to America, where he had resided ever aince, with the exception of going to Paris iu 1858 to meet iiis mother, the late Dow.iger Marchioness of Londonderr...

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