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SYDNEY. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 April 1867

SYDNEY. April 17. Bomliny papers received doubt the authenticity of (he report of Dr. Liring etnjio'a murder near LnTte Nyauza. Great distress prevails amonpst the miners in the Braidirood and Moruya I districts, who hare been flooded out of their claims during the l&to heavy rains. April 18. A private telegram from London re ports that the Young Australia, first ship this season from Brisbane, arrived in timo (for the February wool sales. ! The company of Royal Artillery, sta tioned here, bas been ordered to hold it pelf in readiness to leave for Periling. The reported visit of Prince Alfred to Australia iu the Galatia has boon con firmed, . At tho wool Rales held to-day business was brisker than of Into. The markets for other deBeriptinus of produce are dull, and prices rather lotrer. The Semaphore, of Marseilles, nnnouneos the arriml of Garibaldi at Venice amidst great rejoicings. The fighting in Crete still continues, and the contest Is going against the, Turks. The digg...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 April 1867

AIUM^I, ANO NRI^NFNJIR w .RNRC MAILS. ARPrrAr.s. SJurv^nd, even/ Tne*J>m at 1 p.m , and erery of 6 p ro. " aw* Ipnoich.via Prayton, by flahVg when, evert' ISteeday, Thurt tint/, and Saturday, ot Hp.m, " f.ri/f.urtt via T'!-it»»' / Y^in^b. «>cry : <r< naan. ! />w /or WuriyMti/f, Mond/ttt, *1 8 ir.m., onrf j *t»-ry Tbvrtdau.at ' *».w. ' "ft+i»hnn* and fpiwieh. via Vrapton. ei'eru \ Mnrtdtiy, Wednmdfrp* and Friday, hy 1 Pobb** mar'"*, «< 9 m». M IHirw»»>fr /o /.ry&urtt, evert/ Thursday, at 4 , V. *?.. Teller* mutt he f oeted at the Country \ ^fffeen Ifftf ?'#» /-nwr/ir«»'o»/« M tine fired \ for the despatch of mailt, ftu t fate fetter* wit I be received to within a qvotitr of an hour, upon a fee of a eizpenny etamp being affixed to each Fetter. KeufUPopera ftr* reov*red to he ported ttnehavr , before the time cppninted for rioting the math* The Fnplixh wail f-lteet an or about the 17th cf every month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 April 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS UD TENTEBFIELD CHEONICLE 10 pnMtahei erery .Tueaday and Friday monilefi, and forwarded to all parti of the . Jkoatrallan eolonlea. TRBMS OF BBBSCBIPTION. Quarterly (ID adraaoe) 8a. Ditto (cndit) 10a. (Min,luMM|!MM by prepayment will re no MtOTtjOOr ilyiiHil terminate Hit March, 80tb Jane; MMb September. and Slit December. SabaoriberawUfclngio withdraw their namea from the llat will be required to forward their retlgnatioQ ftuptlw witli all arraart) direct to the office atleaat fourteen clear day* Won the eip'iration of each quarter. TERMS fOB ADVBBTI8ING. VnliiM I . Four IUidi i 0 BbcJlaee...... S 0 Eight Unea 1 4 Erety additional In linea, or nntUr . 1 0 Urgt and dlaplajred adTertiaementa aa per A liberal diaooont allowed on adTertiaementa ordered for mora than tlx oonaeooti re ioaeitlona, Blrtha, nuniage*, or death a, 8a. each inaer tioo. Id tha abaenoa of written inatruotioni to tha oontrary. adTertiaementa trill be Inaarted until AdrortiaetDenhi moat be mnt.ln ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 April 1867

TO SUBSCRIBES® AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Account* for the guarter ending 3 It/ March last are now in course of delivery, and tee hope they icill -le settled Hsitlout the least delay, j Those in arrears mil Tcintfty oblige us ly a prompt settlement, at our requirement* . mutt be obvious to them. , TfiU being die proper time for payment I of subscription! in advance, we trust our friends tciU affatoyiledge the fact ly send ingrff§Uiances.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 April 1867

V.-RKIU/V CALENDAR. ApriISS 24 28 2B 2J 28 iTiies. Wed. THure. Friday I Rut. BUN. .(Moon'e Age 5 . "I s i so | 6 . HIS « . 29 B : 28 S . 27 I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BRITISH MORALITY.—THE FORBES MACKENZIE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

BRITISH MORALITi .-THE FORBES MACKENZIE ACT. After noticing tbe prevalence of dis honesty in the highest alow of commercial nM, as well as in tbe email shopkeepers, tbe 'Saturday Review admits that the re trospect is hardly reasiuring; hot being only very mean, very email, and very das tardly, the thing is hardly worth dwelling upon. And pel baps there is balm in Oilead. Mr. Bright tells us that when the aristocracy is corrupt and vicious, when the middle classes are selfish and debilitated in morality, the virtues are to be found in the eons of the soil. Vigour is at last to flourish at tbe roots of the aooisl tree. The trades unions and the working men complete the majestio cycle ot commerce and industry. Here, if anywhere in a cor rupt people, we shall find oooorrupted faitb and your duty to your neighbour. Tbe artissus' morality is eertainly of a rougher sort, and tbeir conduct of life aterner than their superiors. They do not understand tbe mysteries of financiering their breth...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News by the Mail. HOUSE OF LORDS. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

$tm fog tht HOUSE OF LORDS. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. On Tuesday, Feb. 5, b»r Majesty the Queen opened the second Session of ber seventh Parliament, and tbe SOtti of ber now long and prosperous reign. Tbe oo casion mi one calculated to excite a high degree of interest, for it not only came after . crisis the most important, perhaps, whioh has occurred sinoe ber Majesty's accession to tbe Tbrone, as well in'it* popular bearings as its political indications, but also at a period when everything por tends that tbe Session which it inaugurated will be more eventful even than tbe lut. A genial tuuuhine in the forenoon gave hopes that " Queen's weather" would Tend its aid to the attraction of tbe coining spec tacle, but shortly before 12 o'clock rain began to fall, and at half-past 12 the rain came down in torrents. Both Hides of Par liament-street were densely packed, the windows of the booses, even those from which but an indifferent view-oould be ob tained, were filled, and every site whi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]olonial [?]tems. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

MAC AGRICULTURAL M ACHINEBT.-The far ^mers of our eastern states Jcompelled to "till rocky and uneven lands, ana used to small holdings, do not know by experience all ot the changes which improved ma chinery has wrought in agricultural operations in the great western prairies. There, machines do the labour of men to snch a degree that the farmer's heaviest toils are lightened, and one man is en abled to achieve with ease the work of half-a-doaen. We saw recently a corn field of 160 acres on the'*' Orand Prairie," in the ploughing, planting and cultivation of which no man walked a step. A rotary spader drawn by four horses, and driven by a man upon the box, ploughed the field to a uniform depth of eight inches, and gave such a thorough tilth that it was not necessary to use a barrow at til. A corn-planter drawn by two horses, sod driven by a man upon the box, n«xt planted the seed. A cultivator drawn by two mules, one walking upon each side of the knee-high corn, and driven by a man ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

AOBICULTUBAI BESEEVEU.-The Govtrnmtnt Qazctti of Saturday last contains a proclama tion by till Exoelleney. under the Agricultural Reserves Act of 1B63, of lenral portion! of oonntry as Agricultural Beserves, amongst which we-find that 900 square mllea have bean proclaimed a* an Agricultural Beaerre in the Darling Dswna. The following ii the des cription Oommenolng at the south boundary of the Warwiok Town Beaerve; and bonnded thence on the weet by the telegraph line bearing .oath to tba Greet Dividing Bange; on the south by that rang* bearing eeaterly; on the east by the Great Dividing Bange bearing northerly to the (onth-eaat corner of the Drayton Town Beaerre, on the north by tha .onth boundary of the Drayton Town ita serve Md the louth boundary of the Drayton Agricultural Beserve bearing westerly to the Toowoomba and Warwick Ballway; on tha weat by aaid line of Railway bearing southerly to the Warwiok Town Beaerve'; and thence by part of the north-waat and math bono dariea of th...

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

BALIS THIS DAT. FRIDAY,~APBIL 2Gth. * Important and Unreserved Bale. By Order *f the Mortgagee*. MESSRS. WHITJS& MACKENZIE HAVE received instructions to submit to public competition, without the (lightest roaerre, at their SALE BOO MB, ALMON-BTBEET, On FEIDAT, tbe 26th of April, At 12 o'clock, That Beautiful FABM, known as E08E HILL, Tbe Property of tba late Thomas Jcffriei, being portions 114. IIS, mad subdivisions of portloni 169 sod 100, containing 337 acres of Urate)ui Arabia laid, having a frontage to tbe Condamine, a luge extent of which Is cultivated, and 11 acres under Lucerne. The improvements on ibe above valuable Property consist of a neat and comfortable three-roomed chamferlxiard Cottage, shingled, with detached Kitaken i a Garden, oontaining >Voal half-an aore enoloaed by a substantia) paling fence, adjoining which is an orchard, oompriting about a^ acre atooked witb a choice eeleotion of Fruit Treee. There b a firat-olaaa Well adjoining the bouse, witb . ne...

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

jtartfrtwuf*. WATCH LOST. £10 HEWARD. LOST no the road to the Digging', a Lady'* GOLD WATCH, monogram EC; maker Arnold Frodaham. 295 Apply Kllinthorp Steam Flour Mills. Warwick School of Ar ts. THE ANNUAL MEETING or Members will take place io the Beading Room, on THURSDAY, the 2nd Ma;. It 8 o'clock p.m., for the TRANSACTION of the GKNE iCAii BUSINESS of the Institution. WALTEIt SRI .WAY. 290 SccieUiv.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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NON-TRANSFERABLE LAND ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

NON-TEA N8FERABLE LAND ORDEBS. The following departmental notice has appeared in the Qovtrnment Qazellc ; Referring to the notice issued from the Department of Lands and WorkB on the 22ud January, 1866, whereby it was pro vided for the information of persons selecting land by virtue of non-transferable land orders, issued under the Immigration Act of 1864, that application for deed or grant from the Crown of land so selected, accompanied by a declaration of the selector having raided two years con tinuously within the Colony at Queens land, must be lodged with the Surveyor General within three months from and after the expiration of such period of residence,-it is hereby notified for the information of selectors, that His Excel lency the Governor, with the sdvioe of the Executive Council, has been pleased to rescind such notice and substitute in lieu thereof the following regulations, which shall be held to apply to all non-trans ferable land erderB issued under the Im migration Act...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE SINCLAIR TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

THE SINCLAIR TESTIMONIAL. It will be in the recollection of our readers that, some months ago, a move ment ou set on foot for presenting our late Police Magistrate with a testimonial from the inhabitants of this town and neighbourhood. It consists of a very chaste unique piece of carved silver and cut glass workmanship, in the form of a dessert service of three centre pieces, pur chased at a cost of fifty guineas. At one time it was the intention of the committee to have invited Mr. Sinclair to a public presentation. Various circumstances have, however, prevented this most desirable course, not the ieaat amongst which was the veiy-great depression in commercial circles which affected Dalby no less than other'towns a few months back. Latterly the committee felt that severe domestic losses with which it pleased the Great Architect of the Universe to visit Mr. Sinclair's family would render such a course repugnant to his feelings, and the chair man of the committee was directed to for ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily paper.) ROCKHAMPTON. April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS'. (Aitidgtd /rem the Brisbane Daily paper).) BOCKHAMPTON. April 20. A nugget weighing nine ounces has been found at the Crocodile Creek dig gings. Mining operations are much hindered by the quantity of water on the diggings. Mining news from the Peak Downs is more favourable than that received for a long time past. It is expected that the contractors for the Great Northern Line will finish their contract in about three weeks' time.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

DKCLABATJOH. I, do solemnly ud sincerely declare that I have continuously resided within the Colony of Queensland from (be day of 18 « to the day of 16 . being a period of two years from the date of my animal in the said Colony; and I make tine solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the provision* of An Aet made and passed in the ninth year of the reign of Her tf ajesty, intituled " An Act for the more effectual abolition of oaths and Affirmations taken and made in radon* departments of the Government of New 8onth Wales and to sub stitute declarations fin lieu thereof and for the suppression of voluntary and extrn-juili clal oatis and affidavits." IKade and signed before me, ] at this f day of 16 .J J.P* Signature of a magistrate. . Insert christian and surname at full length. t Insert nearest pqpt town.

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

AGENTS. Tin following Gentlemen have bean ifijointrf Agenti for tbii paper, and arc authorised to receive aubsorjptioua and advertiBeinente: Sydney . A. OBBICT. Brisbane ... QBIVIUI & lilBD Mainland . - - IV HABDY. Tenterfield - - O. Wimps. Printed and pub'ltbed by FATSIC* BITCHW, eole proprietor, at the" Arena* Office, Alblon atreet, Warwick, inthe colon; of Queensland and alio pnbltabed at Rouae-atreet, Tenter Geld in the colony of Mew Boulfa Wal e«. Friday, April 26,18C7. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. J. Horwitz & Co* RESPECTFULLY beg to announce to their numerous Friends and Customers in Warwick, and its vicinity, that they are mmw miiit A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WINTER OOODS. Their Laige and Bxtenaive STOCK Consisting of Grocery Drapery Ironmongery Crockery Boots and Shoes Fanoy Goods &o., &&» Too numerona to mention, will now be offered to tfae Public at inch prices aa cannot foil to gire General Satisfaction, so as to meet t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

SYDNEY. Anril 19. At eleven o'clock last nigiit, a fire broke out in Simmons' wine and spirit merchant's store, near Sand's stationery warehouse, in George-street. The fire burnt fiercely for an hour, and tbe loss is estimated at £20,000. The property was insured. April 22. Connors, tried for murder, and Weeks, for bushranging, have both been conVicted, and aentenoed to death. A man named Hogan has attempted to murder his wife. April 23, Captain Thunderbolt robbed the Northern mail yesterday. The Hon. James Maearthur died sud denly yesterday. The races at Homebush were well attended. Squatters' Purse.-Gunilda, 1; Exile, 2 Homebtuh Maiden Plate.-The Barb, 1; Phoebe, 2; Alexander, 8. Selling Stakes.-Rarey, 1; Minimus (late Warwick), 2. Homebush Revival Stakes.-Rains worth, 1; Warwick, 2. Free Handicap.-Kainsworth, li Al bert, 2. Prince of Wales StakoB.-Miss Cerebus, I; George, 2; Cockles, 3. Homebush Cup.-Young Mormon, 1; Sappho, 2; Warwick, 8. Helter Skelter Stakes, Brisbane, 1 Flyin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

SCHEDULE. |ELECTIONS BT HOH-TBAKSrtBABL* LARD OBDEBS. Application \ for Deed of Grant/ by eis. I have the honor to request that a Deed of Grant may bo Issued to me, of the allotment of land liereunderdeecribed, and which iruselected by tne In virtue ol a Non transferable Land Order, ou the day ol 18 , and I subjoin a declaration that I have resided continuously in the Colony of Queens land for a period of two years from the date of my aiT>ral in the nid Colony. Date of proclamation: Date when offered for sale: No. of Lot: No. of portion: No. of aorea in the lot: County: Parish or place: I bare the bonor to be. Sir, Tour obedient Servant, To the Surveyor-General.

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A FENIAN OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

A FENIAN OUTBREAK. The Fenian movement had not quite diod out at the time the latest telegrams were dispatched from England. An at- j tempt was made to concentrate a large body of rebels at Chester and scire upon the castle and armoury, but as bas always j been the case, they had traitor* in their camp, and the preparations made by the authorities caused the Fenians to beat a retreat. It was the same near Eillarney, when they killed one man, and made themselves scarce when the troops and police came after them, la the neigh bourhood of Dublin and Clonmel conflicts hare taken place in which the rebels fled, with the exception of those who were taken prisoners. The peasantry appear to take little part in these disturbances, j and the Boman Catholic c'ergy support the side of the Government:-A. dis course of Bishop Moriarty in the cathedral at Eillarney, on Sunday, Feb. 17, has ex cited general attention bom the vigour with which he denounced the brotherhood and all who have joined it ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LONDON WOOL REPORT. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 April 1867

~ LONDON WOOL BEPOBT. February 25. Our market remains very quiet, and but very few transactions occur. In sorts wanted for immediate consumption, a few sales have been made at about Inst sale rates, but no quantity could be disposed of except'at a reduction, the anticipated large arrivals for March, coupled with quiet trade in the North, causing con sumers to buy very sparingly. The Mies are fixed to commence on the 28th February, arrivals to date being: -Sydney, 18,683 bales; Port Phillip, 81,206 bales; Van Diemen's Land, 259 bales; Adelaide, 5312bales; SwanBiver, 808 bales; New Zealand, 670 bales; Cape, 30,067 bales; total, 81,0002 bales. Some holdeis are sanguine that Novem ber prices will be fuUy maintained, an opinion not shared bv the trade, who look for a full decline of lid. on all Port Phillip sorts. Sydney and Cape about late rates. --Borne Mew*.

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