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

SYDNEY. April 26. The reward offered for the capture of Clarke's gang has been doubled. The Auckland paper* report the oaptore of Kotora Pah by the Colonial forces. The rebels are said to hare lost heavily. Nine were found dead iu the neighbour' hood of the pah. April 29. Early on Saturday morning last a party of police, under the command of Sergeant Wright, tracked the two Olarkes to a hut in the heart of the Jingera Ranges. On the constables attempting to enter the hut, the bushrangers fired upon them and obliged them to lall back. They, how ever, surrounded the hut in such a manner as to cut off all obanee of escape, and a constant exchange of fire was kept up between both parties all the morning. A constable and one of the trackers were wounded, and finding it impossible to carry the but by ft eoup it nam with the force at his disposal, Wright aent to Braidwood for reinforcements, and on their arrival the outlaws surrendered. John Clarke was shot through the shoul der. Doth the ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Absiged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Aitidgei /rem the Britbant Dmily papm.) BOCKHAMPTON. A mil 29. Several new rushes having been reported at the Morinigh Diggings, a number of miners hare left the Crocodile for that place. May 1. The rush to the diggings at Morinish still continues. Great numbers of Cbiotue are arriving, and the quarts reefs are turning out both rich ana extensive. May 2. It has been resolved to hold a public meeting next Monday, to take into con sideration the financial condition of the oolony( and with a view to adopt a reso lution oalling on the representatives of the northern constituencies to vote no supplies unless the Estimates laid before the House afford a guarantee that the expenditure will be reduced within the revenue of the oolony. and measures adopted for the adjustment of accounts between the northern and southern districts, so as to eneurs the latter a laiger share in the public expenditure.

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

COMMERCIAL. A portion ot the Queensland Debentures bave been plBoed at 01. Queensland Securities are quoted 94}, Consols are quoted at 90J. The Wool Market is dull, with a down ward tendency, Sydney scoured showing the greatest decline. Heavy hides are one half-penny lewer. Tallow is unaltered.

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

CfUTH AMERICA. The members of the Government have commenced to remde nt Valparaiso, instead of Santiago, as formerly. The United Statos Government has offered its interest towards securing peace between Spain and the South American Republics, inviting envoys from both sides to meet at Washington.

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

IRELAND. Despatches transmitted by the sub marine teleprapb, descriptive ot the rising of the Fenians in Ireland, on March the 20th, gave greatly exaggerated accounts of the true facts of the case. Fenian risings have occurred in Ulster, Minister, and Leinetcr, and the barracks have been Attacked by the Fenians in all parts of those provinces. The gallant conduct of the military police on all occasions has excited general praise. The Feniaoe in all caBes have been repulsed. There bas been some sharp fighting. The main body of the Fenians, after fighting near Dublin, retreated to the hills, vigorously pursued by Sir Hugh Hose. The T'mes says that Ireland is full of Irish Americans, Tbe peasantry were not involved, and did not aid the armed bands. The latest intelligence from Leinster and Kerry (namely, up to March 6) states that tranquility bad been restored in those counties. In Dublin, on March 10th, the existence of a Fenian Cuuncil was discovered, and its members arrested.

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(From the Daily Guardian's Telegraphic) (Correspondents.) AMERICA. (By Re[?]ter's Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

(From tht Daily Guardian't Telegraphic) ( Correipondcnti.) , AMERICA. (By Beater's Express.) New York, March 11th: President Johnson has vetoed the Feconstruc tion EilL declaring that the moasure is unconstitutional, illegal, unprecedented, and unnecessary. He sots that the national triumph over the Rebellion sub joctpd the insurgents to legal obedienoe to tlie Union, but not to the yoke of an ar bitrary despotism. That on July 18th, 1801, Congress deolared war was not watted to subjugate the South, but to enforce obedience to the Constitution. That being once yielded, the war should cease, leaving the rights of the States unim paired. To repudiate this now would be a breach of honour to which the President would not be a party. The President concludes by declaring that all that is ne cessary now to restore the Union is, that general willingness to support the Consti> tution should be displayed^ The President also vetoed the " Tenure of Office Bill," prohibitory of (be removal of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. RESPECTFULLY beg to announce to tbeir numerous Friends tuid Customers ia Warwick, and its vicinity, that they are mmw WMIM* WINTER GOODS. Grocery Drapery Ironmongery Crockery Boots and Shoes Fancy Goods Ao" &c., Too numerous to mention, will now be offered to tbe Public at such prices as cannofe fail to give General Satisfaction, so as to meet tbe present r, A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Their Large and Extensive STOCK Consisting of DEPRESSION TIMES. J|tt EMG ML to wlirifel SeroBene! Kerosene 11 Kerosene 11 I 50 GASES KEROSENE Now 011 hand. JACOB HORWITZ & CO. NOW OPENING, T*15<3 Ooiieiating of Orockery »? 'Ghliift and OIABBWUB. J. HOEWIXZ & CO. TOBACCO! TOBACCO 11 TOBACCO!!! THE ONLY GENUINE CAN BE HAD OF ' MC0» WMtWltl « CO. OPSNINfi OF THE ... NEW DRUG, GROCERY, & SEED FITZROY&ALBION STREETS, WARWICK (Opposite the Bank of New South Wales.)) DAVID CLARKE (Late Proprietor of the Clones Drag and...

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Colonial Items, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

Mat WSimfi. Arrangement* have been completed by the Corporation toy which tlie repair* to the temporary bridge will be prooeeded with rapidly. A commencement wag made on Friday, under the instructions of the engineer, towards replacing the part of the roadway carried away by the flood. Two ?pans of eighty feet each will be required, lad at the piles and the cylinders ate still in tbeir places, it is anticipated that the framework can be raised on them, and the bridge again opened for traffic within a fortnight from the present time.-Conner. Methodists will lie glad to hear that tbeir American brethren are engaged in collect ing hinds for centenary celebrations, and over 8,800,000 dollars have already been rabscribed. A Mr. Daoiel Drew, of New fork, bas given half a million dollars, a Mr. Baldwin, of Ohio, 300,000, and others From 25,000 to 76,000. This equals, if it doas not exceed the liberality of the English Methodists in the centenary celebration of L889.-Courier. A woman was fo...

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DRAMATIC CALAMITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

DBAMATIOOALAMITIES. s Perhspe tbe most extraordinary moral situation in which any man hae stood in thU cgnjtury, for tVie purpose at least of " wijntujng addsbarfag an iiamense Variety ' (^'conflicting emotions, without any possi bility of action of any sort, was that of the man who far an hoar and . quarter stood on an isolated bit of ice' in the Regent's Park water, seeing the wholesale destruction around him, the waving banda of children already beneath the water, the agony of parents and wives from the ebore, the straggles of the strong, the despair of the weak, the numbing influence of the cold on those who had only ioe to cling to while tbe futile efforts for their rescue were being matured, tbe gradual dropping away _ one after another exhausted sur vivor into tbe water, the gratitude of those who were saved, tbe cheers of the by- j staodera, and tbe long alow progress of tbe boats through the impeding ice to the mow and distant survivors, till at last, and not till tbe very ...

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

A O E N t'B , Tuft following Gentlemen bare been appointed Agenti for ill is paper. and are authorised to receive aubieriptiuna and advertisements : Sydney .... A. CUBITT. Brisbane - . . UBEVILI.E & UIBD Maryland W IUBOT. 1'enterfield O. WlLifioS. Printed and )>ub>iB lied' by I'ATUICE BITCHIE sole proprietor, at tbe" Arras" Office, Albion street, Warwick, i ntlie colony or Queensland and alio published at UouBe~Btreet, Yenter Gatd in the colony of Mew South Wales. Friday, May 10, 1867.

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Miscelllaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

The Pall Hall Gazette say* that tbe Bouse of Commons, in. spite Jof much evasion and discouragement, is continuing its researches into the origin and composi tioo of the vote for the Paris Exhibition. It seems that the " executive " ib doing things in the grandest, pleaBnntest style. It has taken a splendid mansion in the Champs Klysees, in which there are forty beds and geuural accommodation for forty seven secretaries Fur the maintenance of this modest establishment nboot £32,000 is asked for under the head of" management" and " office expenses," wbioh is nearly as much as the entire expenses occurred in connection with the last Paris Exhibition. Tlicu there is £2750 for tbe Royal Com- j mission, and £12,000 for the jurors -making altogether £46,760 for personal expenses ; of which, however, we are told, thu jurors themselves are to have only £4250 amongst them-the rest of the £12,000 going nobody knows wliero at present. It is intolerable that a'l this should be permitted.-The Sa...

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) GAYNDAH. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

Jarwtcfi TKNTEBF1ELD CHRONICLE. FB1DAY. If AY 10, 1867. TELEGBAPHfC NEWS. (Ahidgti from it* Briibatu Daily paper*.} GAYNDAH. May 6. Dr. Mason net with an accident yes terday. Hit horse ran him against a tree, and bis shoulder was dislooated. It >? reported that a new gold-field has been diicorered at Heed's Creek. Some very good «pecin>ene of gold, haw been brought into town. SYDNEY. May 8. Advice* from England report farther delay* in Bertnnd'a cnae. Great flood* have taken place in the Clarence and Biehmond River district*. A portion of the town of Grafton ha* been under water. Parliament will ucet on the 2nd July. Hi* Excellency Sir John Young will leave for England in September. Mr. Wilson ha* bdfen elected Commo dore of the Yacht Club. Clarke the bushranger's wound* are so serious a* to prevent hi*' removal to Sydney at present. The Melbourne Banking Company have declared a dividend of 10 per cent. May 4. There was an excellent meet at Band wiek to-day. The races Were ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to rtate thtt ottr AteutnU far the quarter ending tW March latf are^nous in etmm of delivery, mi w» hope they will be settled without the limtt deist/. Thote m arreort will kindly oblige tu by a prompt eettlement, at cur regviremeiUt mutt be obviotu to them. Thit being the proper time fi>r payment ef evbeeriptiont tn mdtxmee, we truet our fHendt will aehnowledge tie feet by tend ing remittaneee.

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PARLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

PABLIAMENT OF QUEENSLAND. »t nwn on f y ? Governor, with the usual 2®^^ .i**1Uo' Ri^h OeMmen or Oe LegUlati* «Zl?Ll%°JntlemeH * * **<*>? 1. It it with much satisfaction that, at the usual period of the year, when it i. convenient for many ot you to attend to your p&rlianentaiy outiesf I amfoK BOD8iderati0B ot the public 2. I hare much pleasure iu directing four attention to the result of the PngtS Conference which has late!* been held S Melbourne. IW wfem{gTthe pT. ceedingg will be kid before you, and vour .auction will bo asked to the "u&Z SSTJT4 ®D'». Tb6 Steam Sen-,co Torre. StraiV under. du^d ^ theJMt Jaa"' h" con ilrt Moderate success, and establishment as a permanent postal route «. now recommenced upon tW3 n»y be considered advantageous to this »nd which wiU afiW additional facilities for postal and telesnipbio com! inumwbon to all the Austnfian colonies. SySrsarSBSrB rn&i^T'iAn emple supply of »nitable land _has been secured for jfgncul....

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

iscelfflttfous. Mr. Chas. F. Chubb writes as follows to the editor of the Queensland limet: " Sir,-I have taken the trouble to ascer tain by reference to the returns in the office of the Registrar-Genera), the exact area of land under certain agricultural cultivation in the Ip^ich and Brisbane police din'ricU, and I give you the ivault. ID Ipswich we have under cotton 1667 acres, against 45 only in Brisbane; under maize we have 905 acres only, whilst Brisbane has 1686; in sugar we have only 2, whilst Brisbane has 66 ; in tobacco we bare 8 acres against 4 in Brisbane; and in the viae only 5 acres against 90. The district of the Logan is not included, and Captain Towns has 600 acres under cotton, and there are the Manchester and Cabul ture plantations. Tu round ntimberB I put the total quantity of land under cotton at 8000 acres; at a bale an acre only, and £20 a bale, here is a return of £00,000 in one your from the southern dielrict < f Queensland only. The Auetralat'an p...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COUET. ^RpfnrA fttM P/ilim IfftmahwtA ^ Tba following cuei ware beard on Tae*> dayleat: Ballen v. W. Henry.-Claim £4 for medical attendance. Mr. Fuller for plain tiff. defendant did not appear. Vcrdiot for plaintiff, witli coat*/ Same v. Edward Maloae.-£4 for medi cal attendance. Mr. Fuller for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff, with 18a. ooets. J. Chapman v. J. J. Kingaford.-No appearanoe of either party. William Bavker ?. George Pierce. £A lOi. bag corn sold and delivered. Mr. Conquest for plaintiff. Defendant did nut appear. Verdict for plaintiff, with 13*. coata. Banaome *. J. Hoektoga-No appear ance. H. Mitchell v. C. Nohe.-£8 lie. 8d. inaat aojd and delivered. Defendant did not deny the deb;, and wia allowed a fort night to pay half the amoaot, balance in om month. Same *. T. Bradford.-£21 2a. meat eold aud delivered. Defendant acknow ledged the del*. Month allowed for pay meut. Verdict for -plaintiff, with coats. Bo^genkamp v. VV. Kingeford.-12a. 6d. Ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

fimt bnwvU. B Wanted, Y > young msn, BOABD ul RESIDENCE in . private lemlly. irees D. P.. . Argut OQee. £1 itCEWARD. S THAIED from Sandy Greek, a BAY DBAUUHT FILt.Y, branded T over balf-sircle nur shoulder, (tar on forehead. The above BeWard will be paid to any person delivering the a auie to THOMAS TURTON. 829 Sand; Creek. £10 Reward. STOLEN or BTBAYED, . Bay PONT, branded O tw OO and JD, well known In the district aa the three O Pony, If stolea, the above reward will be given for infsnnitioa leading to tb» conviction of the thief i or S5 If strayed, on delivery to WHITE & MACKENZIE. 292 Auctioneers. £5 Reward. CHARLES RICHARD KDWAUDS. IF this ahonld meet the eye of 0. It. E. he is earnestly requested to w«ite to his friends. Letters are waiting for him at the Queensland Bank, Briebape. The above reward will be given to any one who CKUgive information of the eaid CHAULES BICHAB1) EUWABDS, Sitifi Upper-street, Isliugtoo, Loudon, who left Engluud by the Fiery Star in 1863,...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

We learn that the P. aud 0. Company'! .teamer, with tbe Englith mail, arrived at South Auntrtlia at three o'olook yeaterday afternoon. Mr. D. V. T. Jonei, who vu for aome ye»r« .dttor of the Courier newspaper, Lai been ap pointed Postal Inipictor of Queensland. Toe Mimiktbt.-Hia Fxoelieney baa aaoaptad the resignation of tha Hod. John WatU as Secretary for Pnblio Work*. AffommMM.-'Tha Eon. William Hobba, to be flatting Snrgeon to tba Hoik Pro ?erplna, tha penal establishment of St. Helena, and tha Benevolent Aaylum at Danwioht Rlohard D. Blephepi, Esq., to be reaident Engineer, and Mr. John Monro to be Foreman of Worka, on the Bonthern and We*tern Bait way ; David F. T. Jonee, Esq., to be Poital Inspector, tha appointment to ttk» efftet from the 26th April. Ihmiobation Rimttamces.- Ot and after the let May, deposits «iU ba received at thu Immigration Offloe, at the oJBpcg of the Olerka of Pettf Seulona throughout the oolouy, and by Hesera J. 0. Heussler and O. B. Lyons, Brisbane. ir...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

Th* MACMinoos AMD .\UB8S8. Persona of note, privil- ^ed to caratole along the Bowl of !<'' ? on "high bone," are popularly xnpuiwed to be ludder fellow* tne poor and lowly, who tramp tbe oommon highway unnoticed and unknown. It is by no means certain, however, that tbe tampers hare not tbe beet of it Unquestionably, they have many advantage* over tbe lordly equestrians. Daipite the dost (moat of which is kicked up by the dis tinguished cavalry) and the mire (with which tbey are plentifully besmirched by the nid cavalry); the foot pasienjrem nre, upon tho whole, a jovial, independent d»vi Thev take it oasy; they pluck the flowera that grow along the path, and which the high-horsemen cannot atoop low enough to reach, aad they take comfort at many a bumble " wayside inn" which the latter dare not compromise their dignity by entering. Tour proud cavalier*, upon whom the eyes of S'iciety arefixed, are the slaves of conventionalities tor wbich the trampera do not care a button....

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RELIGIOUS DISABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867

BELIQIOUS DISABILITIES. On the 7th February, Sir C. O'Loghlen moved in the House of Commons for leave to introduce a Bill to remove cer tain religious disabilities affecting some of Her Majesty's subjects, and to amend the law relating to oaths of offiee. He briefly atated the object of the measare which be intended to propose. Tbe object, he Mid, was one which he did not think it right to try to attain by a side wind, and accord ingly he would ask the House directly to .auction tbe opening of certain offices to members of tbe Roman Oatbolic persua sion which they were not at present entitled to bold Tbe Emancipation Act contained a provision precluding Soman Catholics from filling the offices, (or in stance, of Lord Chaucellor, or that of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and the first clause of his Bill was meant to repeal that provision. The subject, so far as office of Lord Chancellor was concerned, bad in 1859 been brought under the notioa of the House iu a Bill framed by ' Sir W. So...

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