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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: OF ! THE MAILS. ; ARRfVALS. n*m Maryland, every Tutttay, at i p.m., ana every Saturday at 6 p.m. " Brisbane and Iptxich, via Drayton, by Cobb's coachei, every Tuttiay, Thurs day, and Saturday,at S pM, " Ltyburn, via T-tln 11 L'igginge, every Wed needajf, at MM. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. I Britbane and tonrich, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by Cobb's eoathes, at 9 a.t», m Warwick to Ltyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m tf.B.- Letters must be | oettd at the Country Offices half an hour previous ti (It time fixed tor the despatch of mails, but late letters Kill be received to within a quarter of an Aour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter, tfeuepopers are req'J'rei to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mails. The English mail tlosee on or about the 17th of every month.
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ARSON. (From the Melbourne Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
EXTRAORDINARY CASK OF AR80N. (From thi Melbourne Age.) An inquiry into the origin of a fire wbioh destroyed ? barn, the property of Patrick Kg&o, of Kaet Brighton, on tbe 8th ultimo, was held OD Tuesday, the I6tli ultimo, by Mr. Candler, at East Brighton. Mrs. Johanna Brown and Ann Egan, who were suspeoteri of having caused tbe fire, were present in custody of Sergeant Holmes. Patrick Eian, a gardener, living at East Brighton, deposed that tbe barn destroyed was bis property. On tbe 8tb ultimo, at a quarter put 7 o'clock in tbe morning, he left bome to take some cows to the Brighton pound, about a mile and a half from his own honee. He left tbe prisoners, then present, in tbe bouse. On the road baok, whilst engaged in conversation with Constable M'Kensie, a man came up and printed to smoke ooming from tbe direction of his bouse. He galloped homewards, and met a boy, who eaid tbe h lystack was on fire. On" entering tbe yard, witness met bis sister, tbe prisoner, Ann Egan. He ...
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to rlata that our Accountt for the quarter ending 81ft March, latt ore nou> in oourte of delivery, and we hope then/ mill he fettled without the beet delay. Thou in arrean trill kindly oblige 11* by m prompt eettlmmt, at our requirement! mutt be obviou* to them. (3T Tki* being the proper time for payment if tvbteripfiont in advance, we trutt our fHendt will acknowledge the fact by tend ing remittance*.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
WARWICK ARGUS AID TENTEBFIELD CHBONKXE 1« oBbltahel «TMy Tuesday and Friday mornicgs, and forwarded to &lt;11 parts of the Australian colonlea. TBBMB OF BDBSCEIPTION. Qaarterly (ID «d&lt;rsnoe).. . jBJ. Orters°nnawropenied bj prepayment wlil re >M March, 80th Jane, 80th 8et>tetnbw,APd Silt December. Subscribes fj^iiig to withdraw tiielr names (tan the list wtll.be wwbjjl *° for""^ fe#l*nati»fl^together with all arrears) direU to theoffiM aUeasttbuitoandear days before the aspiration of cachgnsTten. . TEBM8 TOB ADVERTISING. Two lines J J Four lines ...i. * J BI«llnbs...;T.... f « B^«adW«MJ I(dm. or t o Ixrg?ana iis^Uyed* iiVVrtisements m per **/Tuber»i dlsoouat allowed on adrertUementa. oidsNfl for mote than six conseontlt e insertions. Births, marriages, or. deaths, A*. eachlnsei *'In the absence of written instrnctioni to ths paubmtf, adiwttiwmeDti will Jje lnierted until "j!aT^I»w^uW**l>eaentkio the Office Sbtatto* of ad»eltl*e»«ent», most bessnt In by poo...
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
GENU HAL 8UMMA.RY. Lohdos, Mwota 26. | Court day«. The Juoii; Australian mails were delivered, *td Marseilles and Southampton, on the 14th and 21st of Marob, respso lively. Tbe Princesi of Wales i* slowly rcoover Sng after ber aceouthiment. Mo farther Fenian diatorbsness hire occurred of late. The Bill for the Abolition of Ohuroh Rates }im been wad * second tine. Sir Patrick Graut baa been appointed Governor of Malta. Treaties of allianoe between Frauia, Bavaria, Baden, and Worteuburg, Lave bean published. The armiei of three powers are all to be organised on the Fnuian system, and plaoed at the disposal of the former power in time of war. Marob 27. The engine-driven on several of the rail way line* bare struck woik. Mr. Disraeli bai oonoeded the principle of a land frauoblse, and consented to abandon that of dial vote*. ' England decline* to advise the cession of - Oandia to Greece by the Turku. Turkey ie sending reinforeementa to the Greek frontier, and disturbances between both p...
THE Warwich Argus, TUESDAY, MAY 14 1867. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ, NEWS TO APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
[>&lt;uw*tf6 cgjjirgtts, TENTERF1ELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, MATH, 1867. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA 8UEZ, NKWS TO~APRIL 18. The P. and O. Gompsny'a steamer Geo long left Guile on tbe 28A of April, mik ing tbe passage to King George's Sound So fourteen days and teren hoar*. Her passengers for Brisbane are-Tbe Bight Rev. (>r. Tafnell, Anglican Bishop of Brisbsne, and his Lidy, lliss Pollard, and Miss F. Pollard. Fur 8ydnej-Oup- : tain and Mrs. Buttaoshaw and two children, OsptaSn Nasmytb, and Messrs. Kennedy, Smith, Maxwell, Attwood, Ponrie, R. 5?ootb, Psrfitt, ion., and Oaptain Pioksrd. Mr. Attwood died at sea on tbe 24th of April, and waa buried the following day.
HOW TO KEEP A GUN IN SERVICEABLE ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
HOW TO KEEP A GUN IN SER VICEABLE ORDER. The heat end moistnre of this e1imate_ aot rapidly in the formation of nut, bat, every gat), if only moderately used, re.'' qnires occasionally to be taken entirely to pieoes. Twice . year the breeob or breeches of a gna tvliioh it mnoh used ebonld be taken out; the pivots and locks will require more freqnent attention. The following instructions relative to the care and management of the gnn are from a good authority: In taking off the mainspring, first put the lock on fall cock; next cramp the mainapring, then let down the cock, and the mainspring will fall off. When the cock it lo be pnt on again, first let the cock he left down ; then hook the end of the main-epring on the iwinl or ohsio ; then move it np and plaee it into its position on the Iock-pt*ta ; this done unscrew the cramp, and the lock ia once more Gt for action. When the hammer is to bn taken off, first shot down the hammer carefully, cramp the epring, until by shaking the loc...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
Imt ®|nf«C%n«. WABWICK HOSPITAL.-& meeting of the governors of the Warwick Hospital tn held on Wednesday evening last. In the Court Honie, for the purpose of electing three com mittee men. In the room of Heme. T. Kings fsrd.O. Wiles, and T.Hogan, resigned. B«n proposed by Mr. Thompson an&lt; seconded by Mr. J. O. White, that Hour*. Medgwlck, Sinclair, and Fuller, tie elected ?? oommlttee men. It was (hen propoeed by Mr. W. tiyone, and eeoonded by Mr. J. Lethbridge, that Mr. T. Tyrrell be elected. Three being nominated, a poll wai declared, which, upon being taken, reenlted In the election of MoHre. Madgwick, Toiler, and Sinclair. We are plad that thii meeting has again given u the opportunity of brfneing more prominently before tho pnblic the olalme which this Inatltntlon has npon them for farther support, and we cannot but again reiterate what wa have on former occa sions advanced In onr eolomnt, that thii Institution moit positively olalma the support of every memb...
LEYBURN. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
LEYBURN. (FROM A. OOEBESPOKDIMT) On Monday, the 29th April last, a public dinner wm given by the inhabi tants of Ooondiwindi and the surrounding neighbourhood, to Mr. Fogarty, who a short time since, resigned his office as Chief Constable of the district. The dinner took place at the Boyal Hotel, and mine host, Mr. Balie, was the caterer for the occasion. It is scarcely necessary to say that the dinner comprised every thing that could be procured to gratify the taste of the reasonable, or minister to the appetite of the fastidious. To show the estimation in which the guest was held, bis friends gathered from thirty miles round to do him honour, and yet some were not present-old and respected colonists-in consequence of the all bat expressed their written regret for their unavoidable absence. The chair was taken at 7 o'clock by G. T. Myles, Esq., and was ably supported by H. D. Balmain, Esq., as vice. After the usual loyal toasts were given and fittingly responded to, and drank with ...
NEWS VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
NEWS VIA SUEZ. The following items are from the 8. M. Herald?e telegrams of mail news via Suer: A memorial has been presented, signed by the principal merchants of London, praying that tenders be invited for the conveyance of mails by the distinct lines between Australia, via Galle and Suez, also from China and Calcutta, to prevent delay, which will, no donbt, effect great changes in the postal service. The Russian forces, consisting of 18,000 men, hsve strongly fortified their position close to Bokhara. The King is deprived of his dignities, but solicits aid from Turkey. The Japanese Government officials are to assume European costume after the Japanese New year. Dr. M'Gowan has made arrangements for la nng a telegraph line between Yoko hama' and Jedao. General Butler and Thaddeus Stephens arc ill agitating for the impeachment of President Johnson, and the confiscation of Southern properly. The new Congress has determined to press the Alabama question. A committee has been appointe...
WARWICK POLICE COURT. TuUESDAY, MAY 9. Before the Police Magistrate, and W. Thompson, ES[?]., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
WARWICK POLICE COURT. TuEBDiT, MAT 9. Before the Polic6 Magistrate, and Thompson, ESQ.. J.P.) Wm. Spreadborough appealed against tbe assessment made by tbe Municipal Council upon certain property, on the grounds that tbe owners of Rosenthal run had erected gates encroaching on the pnblic road leading to hi* property. The Bench, having informed the appellant that the Council had the right to assess, and that the grounds of appeal were ultra virtu, confirmed tbe decision. Margaret Hudson v. Frederick Hudson. -Plaintiff made application for mainte nance. Mr. Fuller for plaintiff. Mr. Ozenham for defendant. Tbe evidence in this case was very conflicting, the defendant proving that he had made over certain property to trustees for the benefit of his wife, which the latter stated was insufficient for her support. After bear ing evidence, and considering the facts, tbe case was dismissed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
Printed and published by PATRICK Bitobie, sole proprietor, at the" Arras" Office, Albion* itreet, Wmrwick, iutlie colony of Queensland, and also published at House-street, Teuter* field in the colony of New South Wales.-* Friday, M«y 17,18C7. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. J. Horwitz & Co* RESPECTFULLY beg to announce to their numerous Friend* And Customers in Warwick, and ite vicinity, that they are A LABGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WINTER GOODS. Their Large and Extensive STOCK Consisting of Grocery Drapery Ironmongery Crockery Boots and Shoes Fancy Goods &c., &c.. Too numerous to mention, will now be offered to the Public at such prices as cannot fail to giro General Satisfaction, BO as to meet the present DEPRESSION & TIMES. «Mt is MspettfuUg solidtitl. Ktrjsenet KeroseneII Kerosene!!! 60 CASES KEROSENE Now on hand. JACOB HORWITZ & CO. Crockery NOW OPENING, I !NI Oouslttiag vf China and Olabfeware. j. HORWITZ ft ca TOBACCO! TOBACCO!! TOB...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY, MAy 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY, MAT 10. In the Legislative Assembly a morning sitting WM held. After prayers had been read, the Co LOST At TBEASUEER stated, in reply to Mr. FDOB, that no telegram had been received by the Government, relative to the sale of debentures by (he present mail. The adjourned debate on the replv to the vice-regal address was resumed by Sir. Palmer, who strongly deprecated what be conceived to be the unconstitu tional conduct of the Government in setting aside the resolutions of both Chambers in reference to the Warwick railway. He thought that the Govern ment had net acted fairly in proclaiming the reserves recently announced, and con tended that the best method of dealing with the land question was to get rid of the public domain as soon as possible to the nighest bidder. He also imquired why leasing reserves had not been pro claimed in the north, and accused the Government of a systematic and studied neglect of northern interests, notwith standing that it ...
[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 May 1867
ikttlUwants. THE BEAUTY or IRISH WOMEN.-A Frenohman, Felip Belly, a writer for tbe Oonstitutumnel, having been travelling through Ireland, pronounces tbe following eulogium on the women of that eountry The most remarkable element, the richest, and certainly the most full of life, of thia land so lifefull, is the population itself. No European race, that .of tbe Oauonsea ex cepted, oan compete with it in beauty. The Irish blood is of a purity and distinction, especially among the females, which strikes all strangers with astonishment. The trans parent whiteness of tbe skin, the absorbing attraction, which, in Franoe, is but the attribute of one woman in a thousand, it here the general type. The daughter of the pour mun, as well as the fine lady, pos sesses an opal or milky tint, tbe arms of a statue, tbe foot end band of a duobesB, and tlie bearing of a queen. Io the most wretched streets in tbe olden quarters of Dublin, the most ideal tintings of the pencil would grow pale before th...