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[?]iscellaneons. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

THE JAMAICA PEOSECUTION. - Tbis prosecution lias at length been opened. Application waB made on February 6th to Sir Thomas Henry, at Buw-street Police-court, for warrants for the arrest of Brigadier-General Nelson and Lieu tenant Brand, It.N., on charges of mur der. Witnesses were examined who de posed to having eeen both defendants iti London, aud therefore in the jurisdiction of the court, during the last few days. Sir Thomas Henry expressed himself satisfied on this poiut, and ordered that the warrants should be issued. Mr. Stephen said that the prosecutors were anxious to offer no indignity to the gen tlemen whose conduct was the subject of investigation; and that, both in the mode of their apprehension and in (he matter of bail, be hoped no severity would be enforced which the law had power to relax. On February 8th, Lieutenant Brand was had up at Bow-Btreet Police court, aud charged with having signed au illegal sentence for the execution of G. \V. Gordon. On the following day...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING AT IPSWICH ON THE LAND QUESTION. (From the Daily Guardian's own reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

PUBLIC MEETING AT IPSWICH ON THE LAND QUESTION. (From the Daily Guaraian't ««n reporter.) A public meeting, convened l>y the Mayor, to consider (he present state of tbe land question, was held last eveniup, in tha Sobocl of Arts, which wm well filled. Bis Worship was voted to tbe choir, and called Mr. P. O'Sullivan tomovo the first resolution. Air. O'Sullirsn, after aoms preliminary remarks, proceeded to sotnbat tbe asser tion that tbe late proclamation of agricul tural reserves bad done away with the necessity of a meeting on tbe land question. Qe would also deny that that was »n " in dignation" meeting, or for purely local or politieal purposes; it was to discuss a matter which involved and affected the publio revenue, and the general piospecte of tbe colony. (Hear, bear.) It wm wll known that they bad to import breadstoffs and other produce into the colony which they could prow themselves, find in tbe face ofsncb an unnecessary expenditure of moneytbeyhad on extravagant debt, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. MAY 7. 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

.TENTEBFIELD CHHOKICLB. TUESDAY. MAT 7. 1807. Ora legislators, niter the lapse of an unusually protracted recess, meet again to-day for the transaction of the business of the colony. Feelings of a very varied kind no doubt animate members-some being "eager for the fray," end othere reluctant to face the impending storm which is threatened to be raised by the Opposition. They eeem determined to oust the present Ministry as the only chance of their aireBtiug the action of a Government which they deem to have ruined the prospects of the colony. A powerful accession has lately been made to tl>e Opposition in the person of Mr. Pbing, who nee returned unopposed for the Burnett. He is likely to rejoice in his element es leader of the Opposition, and be can exercise some influence by his volubility and reasoning powers. Should the Ministerial party not rally round and support the Government at the moment wlisu the onslaught is anticipated to be tuade, they are sure to lose the day. We bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

J.BURNS, CABINET IKflA&IEIR, Upholiterer ft Undertaker, f alwttio jrtmt, VMVMB (Tbe premtiealately occnpleftby Mr. O. 3. btnlnt, Bootmeker.) Fanerali attended at mederata charges. 810 Oobb ft Oo'i Telegraph Line of Ooaebea. - ONan*ftar<be8od Jumery. 1867, Ooaobaa .rill «tatt 0mm. the OiUTEBION UOTUv > PtlnuiD^Ucet, Uirio* a weak. Hooktaf OBoe kt tba Criterion Hold. DAVID BUODBN. fyoprirtof;' Warwiak.DMamfcarr.lilM. Ml . Gaaarsl Post-office, Btlnijr, . April lftb, 1867. OoltaqruiM of Mail* rnENDGBi for the OuinjruM of the DM» X mentioned Mails Will h weired at thti Oflloe op to 11 in, on THtJHSDAY, thelSth 4ay ofJooe and. HOBTHERN ROAD, To and froa Olea lone* ant Oration, rit Hooka Hirer. Small Meadow*, Newton, Bojrd and the IHg Hiil, onee a WeeV. For jnrUealara aaa 0«»mihmi>( Omult$, a file at which la kept at ere 17 Poet-ofioe In the colon/. Ko Under will be considered mien (be tormi of tbe ootioe published in the G*t$lU be eUictly complied with. i. DOCKER....

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS TO MARCH 10. AMERICAN NEWS TO MARCH 11. (From the Courier's Telegraphic Correspondents.) Sydney, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS TO MARCH 10. AMERICAN NEWS TO MARCH 11. Courier') Ttlegraphic CorrttpaB denti.) Sydney, May 1. The Knikoura, P. & N.Z.R.M. Bteamer arrived here at 4 p.m. She left Panama on March 25, after waiting 24 hours for the mails. The latest dates are London, March 10 ; New York, March 11; San Francisco, March 9; Valparaiso, March 3; Callao, March 14

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE LATE STORM. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

T1IB LATB STORM. ; (Freni the Courtfr,). With tfao exception of the flood in tbe-. river, the effects of the late storm, .have: not been very serious, ati4i »n £act> ace far less than mighthave been expected Ail communication by telegraph with Ipswich and the inland districts is completely sus pended. The reports from the districts^ immediately surrounding Brisbane show that the storm spread over * large Area.. At the Enoggera waterworks AO ..material damage was .dona.' The heav/rainf«lL caused the water is the reservoir to, oier~ flow, and at its greatest height there was. a depth of about three feet running over Use by-wash, and this heavy rush of water slightly damaged tbe masonry of it, i At Breakfast Creek many trees were uprooted, bat the only casualty we beard, of was the killing of two horses, which were crushed by trees fallingon.them.. One of the most curious effdats of the wind on Saturday night was the destruc tion of a emalj Wopdenscot^ge.aituMedjn a gully near the O...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GREAT BRITAIN. London. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

GREAT BRITAIN. London. March 10. I Tbo changes in the Cabinet form a prominent topic of conversation. The Duke of Richmond has been ap. pointed Colonial Secretary; Sir John Pakington, Secretary of War; Lord North cote, First Lord of the Admiralty ; and the HOD. Mr. Cony, Secretary of State for the Colonics. The Government delayed bringing the Reform Bill forward till 11th March, promising, however, that its provisions, when introduced, ehall be of a liberal character. Mr, Bright continues to denounce the Reform Resolutions of the Derby Govern ment at the meetings of the Reform League still being held in various parte of the country. Tbe Fenians are taking the field iu miaaesinidutrictsin Ireland. Troops iu. large numbers have been sent across tbe Channel to put down the insurrection. Several collisions have taken place. On March 10 the insurgents attacked tbe barracks at Mountmellick, but were re-, pulsed. Burke, one-of the Fenian leaders, was captured in Tipperary. In every place t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

Imt \|§!,nfeCCt<|«ttW. OovKBNHCnr SAVIKOS BANK.-The folloirlng ii the return of operations for the month of April, 1867: New accounts opened .. .. 162 Aeoonntt re-opeued .... 88 AoaounU closed 176 Increase in number of aooounts 25 Number of deposlta 629 Number of withdrawals.. 881 Number of operations 1020 Total enm deposited £9.465 Iff. 7 Total enm withdrawn .. .. 7,807 17 11 Intereet paid to depositors ... 46 7 8 amount to the credit of 2617 depoiltore on the 80th April, 1867 88,886 8 9 Amount to the credit of 2592 depoiltore on the 81et March, 1867 88.782 0 4 Increase for the month of April 2.104 8 0 A petition to the Corporation te now in course of signature, praying the Corporation to take atepi for the drain ago of the fiat .itneted between the northern end of Palmeriu atreet aud the Oondamine. There oannot be . doubt that tn»h a pnbllo work ie necessary, not only on aocount of the inooivenience to which the residents of that portion of the town a offer in wet weath...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

CONTINENTAL. An attempt DM b»en made to assassi nate Victor Kmanue!. Martial Uw has terminated in Spain. A terrible earthquake Las occurred in tbe island of My tilene. All tbe habitations bare been reduced to ruins, and hundreds of lives have been loot. . The Empress of HusBia has given 55,000 dollars to aid the Oretans. The Monileur states, by March 10, all the French troops' will have left Mexico Maximilian was to leave Vera Cruz on March 18.

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THE GOVERNOR AND THR RAILWAY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

THE GOVEHNQR AND THR RAIL WAY DEMONSTRATION. His Worship tbe Mayor of Toowoomjia presents his compliments to tbe Editor tbe D. D. Gazette and requests the favour of tbe publication, in bis issue of to-mor row, of the subjoined letter from the Private Secretary of his Kicclleucy the Governor. Toowoomba, May 3rd, 1867. " Government House, " Brisbane, May 2nd, 1867. ." 8ir-I aui directed, by Governor Sir George Bowen, to thank you for tbe tele gram addressed by you to me, stating that the railway had been opened by Mr. Watts on Tuesday, but that you were re quested to inform his Excellency that there is a very general desire that be should still visit Toowoomba to receive the addresses, give tbe replies, and hold a levee. " Tbe Governor will have much pleasure iu acceding to this wish ; be will speak to you on tbe subject when you oorne down for tbe meeting of Parliament next week, and will then fix an early period con venient for all parties. He hopes that no farther expense will be i...

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AMERICA. New York, March 11 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

AMERICA. New York, March J1 | Many leading Houtherners urge the acceptance of (he Reconstruction Bill by the South, stating that if it be opposed some measure more severe will probably be put iuto force. Nothing baa been since done in the matter of the President's impeachment The sittings of the 39th session of Con gress cosed on March 4, and the 40th session of Congress was opened immediately thereafter. Senator W<ird was elected President pro (em. of the Senate, and Honl Schuyder Colfax, another intense radical, wag chosen Speaker of the House. It in currently reported that another cable is to be laid down immediately, under the auspices of the Emperor Napo. lem, between New York and Brest. The intelligence from California is very meagre, the chief topic of discussion there being the expulsion of the Chinese, and the prevention of further importations from the Celestial empire.

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL,. A special geueral meeting of the above body was held on Friday, last, the 3rd instant^ for the purpose of taking into consideration the state of Deuchar'u Bridge, the same having become impassa ble through the late flood. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Udermeu Brown, F. Morgan, Bvenden, and Affleck. It waa moved by Alderman Baowtr, " That bis Worship the Mayor be re quested to get the bridge repaired as soon aa possible, and that he be directed to place himself in communiiation with the Works Department in reference to the same, pointing out the absolute necessity of the Government immediately erecting a substantial bridge, and that the Government be callod upon to refund to the corporation the amount expended in the present repairs." Toe motion was seconded by Alderman F. MoEOiif, and carried unanimously. This concluded the business, and the meeting adjourned. John Britty North, of Toowoomba, auctioneer; John Ruxton, watchmaker of Brisbane have been decl...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OFARTNRF.OLS. HE MATI.3. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

/FFIVAL ANP NKPARTNRF. OF THE MATI.3. ARKrVAhS. From Maryland, every Tvetday, at 1 and every Saturday at 6 p.m. ' i ». Brisbane and Fptvich, via Drayton, by j Cobb** coacktt, every Tutt day, 7*hurt- > day, end Saturday,at S p.m. n Keybam, via T<ilq »' Oiggingt,evtry Wed' net day, at A«or. flRrARTURES* Wot Maryland, evtry Monday, At 8 and every Thurtday, at 4 p.m. BHtbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednetday, and Friday, by CoWe eoaehu, at 9 aM. * Warrick to Leyburn, entry Thursday, at 4 a.m ff.R. - fittert mutt be f onted at the Country Office* half «n hour previom (j the time fixed {or the dnpoteh of untie, but tat* letter* will be teeeivedto within a quarter of mi lour, vpon a fee of a tixpentty atatnp being affixed to each letter, AVictpaptrt are regu*'red to be potted one hour before the time appointed for doting the mailt» The Englith mail closet on or about the 17th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

WARWICK ARGUS AHD TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE 18 published every Tuesday Anil Friday mornings, and forwarded to all |>art« of the Australian colonies. TORUS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Quarterly (in advance) 8a. Dlt(« (credit) 10s. Ordera onaccoinpanied by prepayment will re ceive no attention. Quarters terminate Slit Kerch, 30th June, 80th September, and Slit December, 6nb«criben wishing to withdraw tbetr names from tho list, will tie requited to forward their resignation (together with all arrears) direct to the office at least fourteen clear day* before the expiration of each quarter. TERMS FOB ADVKBTI8ING. Two lines ..... 1 .' Four lines I 0 Six lines 8 0 Eight lines 4 0 Every additional five lines, or under . 1 0 Large and displayed advertisements as per agreement. A liberal discount allowed on advertisements ordered (or more than six consecutive insertions. Births, marriages, or deaths, 8s. each inser tion. In the absence of written Instructions to the contrary, advertisements will be inser...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER' TISERS. IP* beg to ttate that our Account* for the Quarter ending 81it Marc* latt are now in course of delivery, and toe hope they tcill he tetlled without the least delay. Thou in arrears will kindly oblige tit by a prompt lettlemenl, at our requirement* Inutt be obvious to them. (gf Jhii being the proper time for payment qf eubteriptiont in advance, toe trtut our friends tcill aetnmoledge the foot by tend ing remittances.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

r tfivuiiiliT CALENDAR, May 7 8 9 |Ttie«. Wed. |Thur«, Friday (fiat. SDN.

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ADELAIDE. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

ADELAIDE. April 26. ] The ministerial crisis continues. Judge G wynne has resigned ratber tban sit on the bench with Mr. Boothby.

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MELBOURNE. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

MELBOUBNE. Anril 26. I Dr. Hope has been elected for the South Western Province. The Colonial Bank has declared a dividend ef 8 per cent. The Chinaman) Rtk Loon, who mur dered Penberthy, the storekeeper, hat been sentenced to death. April 27. White, the jockey, has been killed at Laudsborough racea. April SO. The Catholic bishops, Drg, Goold and Shiel, were amongst the passengers by the Avoea. The schooner Jane Elizabeth has been wrecked off the Tasmauiau eoast. The crew perished.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, March 8r<L-It. if reported tbat diapatchea bare been reoeired an nouncing that war baa broken out in India.

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

CONTINENTAL. We learn by the Atlantic cable that tbe great Powers of Europe are urging the Turkish Government to make liberal concessions to the authority of the Pasha. Garibaldi has sent his eons out to aid in' the Cretan insurrection. He has promised to go himself to take up arms. The Gear of Russia argues that the Sublime Porte should cede Candia to Ureece. A rising of tbe Christians throughout Turkey is feared. The tSultau has made satisfactory con cessions. A terrible earthquake has taken place at the ialaud of Blityleue; the houses are all ruined, nud hundreds of people killed

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