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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Akriigei from Ikt Sritiam Diity papers.) KOCKHAMPTON. Mav 15. Tbe reef* at Morinish are turning out of a very satisfactory character, ana are proving to be of great extent. The Western Beef is turning out well, and averages from three to four feet in thickness. The casing give* from half a pennyweight to one pennyweight to the dish. «)n Kennedy's Reef, four mile* distant, a shaft has been atruck eighty feet deep, and tbe etone is turning out veiy good. Another reef has also been atruck CIobb to the township. At the Crocodile diggings the deep lead is attracting considerable attention. Sinkings have been made from thirty to fo.ty feet in depth, and several of the holes opened are paying very welL
SYDNEY. May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
SYDNEY. Mar 16. The Rev. Mr. Boddie, charged with an unnatural offence, was acquitted. Johnson, the teller at the Commercial Bank, was convicted of unlawfully taking money belonging to the bank, but the jury expressed their opinion that the in tent was not felonious. Newton's firm has suspended pavment. The Government has expresjiea itself as bein£ favourable to the New Guinea expedition. May 16. A ornate letter received here states that there is a probability of the Marquis of Normanby being appointed to succeed Sir John Young as Governor of New South Wales. Coleman, clerk in the General Post Office, has been convicted of stealing stamps, and sentenced to two years' im prisonment. Hogan, for the attempt to murder his wife, has been sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment. The returns published of the yield of gold for the past four months show a de crease of nearly one-third as compared with the four months previous. Tlie sales of wool to-day showed a de dine of one penny per po...
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. WARWICK, MAY 20. (Before his Honour Judge Sheppard.) CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. . WARWICK, MAT 20. (Before hia Honour Judge 8heppard.) CBtKtKAL JV&ISDICTIOK. The proceedings of the Court coiQ menced at ten o'clock. The Crown Prosecutor (Mr. Gore Jones) was the only member of the bar present. There were very few cases, and those of a trivial nature. The juiqr list having been called over, and twelve jurymen sworn, the firat case was that of Philip Henry, committed by the Goon diwindi Bench, against whom the Crown Prosecutor stated to his Honour that he had filed no bill, as he could not make out an, charge, LARCENY. John Frederick Beck was charged for that he, on the 8rd April, at Warwick, had feloniously stolen a revolver and several articles of wearing apparel, .the property &lt; f Henry Krahe, with whom he was lodging. The prisoner pleaded guilty to the charge. The Crown Prosecutor said there was a second charge against the prisoner, namely, that on the 28rd of March, at Talgsi, he stole from the hot of John Bryan ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
Notice under Beal Property Act. APPLICATION having been made to bring the Land hereunder described trader the provisions of the Beal Property Act, Certificate of indefeasible title will isaoe, unless Caveat be lodged in form B of the said Act, on or before the date named hereunder: No. 1689.-Mary lane, Witney Green, near Guyoug-Patiih of Vitiorid, near Qvyeng, 108 acres 1 pinion 62, oriRiniillv granted to tlx: late James Lane. Caveat to be lodged by the 5lh July, lb67. A diagram dedicating this LTd mny bo inapeoted at the Registrar (ieiuil ? U.noe, In Elizabeth-street, Sydney, or at the Court House, Tenterfield. Dated this 85tb iiay of April, 1867, at the Registrar General's Office, Sydney. THEO. JAB. JACQUES, 332 Registrar tieneral.
Return of Quartz crushed at the "Enterprise machine, from August, 1866, to March, 18[?]7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
Return of Quartt cruthed at the " Enter prut machine, from Augutt, 1866, to March. 18U7. Augoit28rd, No. 1 East, New Obum Bill, ntboant ol qumrti eruebed, 268 toot; yield, 166 IBS; average per too, 12 diits 8 pn. September 8tb, No. 2 Eut, Mew Glintn Bill, amount of quarts crushed, 122 (ou; «i«ld,11fi Wj netip per ton, 1 Ol. 8 &lt;fwU 16 gra. September 26tb, No. 8 Eait, Limbs Reef, auiouut of qoarit trained, 62 tons; yield, 14 ou; average per too, 6 date S gr*. October 4th, Pro* pecttDg Olaim, Queensland Beef, amount of quits cruahed, 61 ton*; yield, 220 on 11 flwts; average per ton, 8 ou 12 dwta 7 gn. (Mier 18th, 'No. 1 Went, New Chum Hill, atuouut of quarts crashed, 26 tons; yield,20 ou; average t«T ton, 1 01 8 d«rta 4 en. i'eeetuber fitb, No. 1 Veit, Queensland Beef, afuouot of qatrlt crashed, 40 tout; yield, 132 ots 12 d#li; averse per ton, 1 MI 6 iWi'J gn. De cember 12lb, Ftdepectiug Claim, QuettiV land Eee^ amount oi quarts crushed, 22 tool; yield, 46 «si 7 d«b; average...
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
METROPOLITAN DI8TBI0T COURT. This court will sit in its civil jurisdic tion to-day, when the following ouee will be tried, in the order as hereunder given: Jurt Oabi. 1. James Fox and Mary Fox v. John Aspinall; dnauges £200. Undbvbhdcd CABEB. 2. Hegarty and Oo. v. Thomas Anderson -gods void, £55 Is. 8. Fraiiois Vasa v. F. S. Conrtenny-wage*, £20. 4. John W'iritnne ». G. A. Keong-.joods sold, £11 12b. 8d. Dcfbnoed CASBB. 6. John Newton, agent for James Newton, v. Charles Clark and Oo.-rent, £141(R 6. Thomas Phetau and Edward Nolan v. Thomas Addenbrooke-mocy receivod, £11 14s. I. J. J. Kine«ford v. D. M'lntosh-board and lodging, £33. 8. J. J. Kingsford v. G. M' Inlay-account rendered, £14 16s. Od. 6. George Willson and Chas. Sweetland v. Thos. Addenbrooke-goods sold. £61 6s. 10. George Willson and Chas. Sweetland v. J. J. Eingsford-goo Is euld, £46 6s. Od. II. Kev. B. Glennie and Chas. Olnrk v. Fred. Hudson-money received, £115 6s. 12. Charles Clark ami W. C. Balls v. Fred. Hadson-mon...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
ARRIVAL AND DEPAUTl'FE OF THK MAILS. ABKfVAlB. Wtom Maryland, every Tvetday* at 1 p>m.% and every Raturday at &lt;S ji.fR. " Britbnpp and Ipswich, via Drayton* by Oobb*s coaches, rvtry Tuttday, Thvrs* day, and Saturday, at Bp.n. " Ley bum, via Tthf d' l iggingt.ttury Wed* nesday, at noon. nmr-ARTURBS. for Maryland, every Monday, at ft a.m., and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. I Brisbane end fpsmeh9 via Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday. aid Friday, by Cobb9* eoachet, at 9 a.m. m fTaneick to teyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m K.R.- Letters muet bt fctted at the Country flffitee half an hour previous t* the time fixed (or the despatch of mailt, but late letters will be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon « fte of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter. Netospaper* are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mails. The Rnglitth mail closet on or about the 17th */ every month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
THE WARWICK AEG US ? AHD tentebfield CHRONICLE 18 published every Tuesday and Frldty moroirga, Mid forwarded to all narte of the AtiitraiUn'coio&tei. TSEMeOFflDBSCEIPriON. JKSSSlfrr*--A Order* THUQcowpftnled by prepiyoeDt will re* jelre do attention. fennlJWt* 8)at>Ma«b, 80tb Jane, BOtb;S»Meinb«r,.aDd Slit December, ouwenber* wlihlog to withdraw their names "PLS~5 i. be^i^nlred to forward their t. '?srr "-. l~=-- ""u .)) *rtw»j direct to ABaSee** least fourteen clear days before the ixpfralion attach quarter. terms FOB advebtibing. Two lines i | Fear liner g g airlines'.,..'.... 8 0 fifgtitjlue*., 4 o Brerr additional Are lioet, or ono»r 1 0 '"P displayed adrertiiementa as per igreemeai. r ^ discount allowed on advertisements 'OT than »i* oom&outWe insertions. Births, nuniages, or deaths, «i. each inser lODa In the albaeno* of -written instructions to tb» tontraiy, advertisements trill be inserted until Kwaletinanaed.lt Advertisements mutt be sent (n to tbe Office...
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Account! for the quarter ending 81*1 March lost are now in eeuree of delivery, and toe hope they trill be eettled teithouf the liwt delay. Thou in arrrart will kindly oblige w by a prompt eettlement, at our requirement* mutt bo obtriout to them. gjf" Thit being the proper time for payment of tttiteripfions in advance, we truet our firimdt will aehtowled/e fhe fact by tend ing remittances.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
Wanted, BY a young BIB, BOABD Mid RESIDENCE in a private £a®Uj. Addra»« ? D. P.. 281 Argw Office. 1T0TZ0E. BOOKS or TICKETS (or the OBAND DBAWIN'J and DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES in old «f the All Hallow* Convent Liquidation Fund. Ui If bane. -may be bad o( Mr. F. a WOODS. Palincrin-atreet, Warwick. Mrd April, 1867. SM MEW CHURCH, WARWICK. To Oontractora and Others. TENDERS II« invited for the EREC TION of the NEW CHUBOH as Above. The plana and specifications nay be ?een. and forms of tender obtained on application to iff 'M'XICAOHIK', Esq., Euanthorp MUkt-t ; . ?* . The tender* to be fortmrded poet ftee, sealed, and endowed "'Tfchder for Chnrch at Warwick,"addressed "to G. GLABK, Warwick, on' "tir'ttfcfore 'the 20th day of Jnne proximo.' The lowest or any Tender not necta earily accepted.*' 860 P. MODINI, Cabinet Uaker, Upholsterer, and # Undertaker, PALMEEIN-steeet, WABWTGK (Nest Door to tbe Bon Inn). A HBABBE 1* In course of conatraotion, and will be ready In two or three week*. 809 S...
THUNDERBOLT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 May 1867
THUNDERBOLT AGAIN. Mr. James N. Roper, the proprietor of the Bonshaw Hotel, Sovereign River, has famished us with the following report of a bushranging exploit: On the 3rd of May I sent the hostler to Tenterfield on business, but the horse which he intended riding could not be found. This at once excited my suspicion that he was stolen by bushrangers, in con sequence of a boy the previous evening having purchased rations and slops more than I thought he required, stating that be was going to Grafton. He would not accept of a bed, though I offered him one gratis. I wrote a note the same day to Senior Constable Langworthy, at Ashford, and be arrived the same evening. I showed him two cheques I received in payment from the boy, and from the memorandum on the back of them I thought they might be part of the pro ceeds of the late Tamwortn mail robbery; my description of tbe boy tallied with that of Thunderbolt's apprentice; he has been searching the huts, mountains, gullies, and scrubs, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
CROWN LANDS SALE. rilHE following Lota of Land will be offered for Jl sale by public auction, at tbe undoi men tioned plaoti, at Eleven o'clock! ou tbe day spe cified, at the upset price affixed to each lot res pectively. (UepoBlt 10 per cent.) The deed fee on the undermentioned lota will be charged according to the following scnle Not exceeding 60 acrea £1; above 6(1 and not exceeding 300 acres £1 6a.; above 300 end tiot exceeding 610 acres, £110a. 40 SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, LETBUUN, ON TUESDAY, the 11th day of JCNG, 1867. TOWN LOTS. County of Merivale; pariah of Leyburn; of Leyburn. Price, £8 per Acre. town * « * i 2 39 7 40 8 41 9 42 10 48 11 44 13 46 14 46 16 47 11 48 17 49 18 60 20 61 1 62 2 63 3 64 4 6i 6 66 6 67 7 68 K 69 9 60 10 61 a 62 12 63 13 64 16 66 16 66 17 67 18 69 70 21 71 22 72 2S 73 24 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 19 29 0 2 ? 2 0 2 0 8ALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WARWICK, On TUESDAY, the 11th day of JUNE. 1867. BUBCBB/K LOTS. County of Merivalet pariah of Warwick; near the town...
TUESDAT, MAY 23. In the Legislative Council, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
TUOESDAT, MAT 28. | In Ibo Legislative Council, Mr. GOUE rose, and stated that the advice which had been offered to his Excellency the Governor, to which he (Mr. Gore) bad referred on the previous day, was to the effect that the Parliament should be dissolved. There were four reasons for tendering this advice : 1. That the Purliauisnt was four years old, and that siuce it had been called together the population of the col'iuy had been doubled. 2. That parties were BO disorganised that uo sot of men could be selected to carry on the Government successfully. 8. That it was the practice in England, and also in the Australian colonies, that in a moribund Parliament the Government should have the power to call for a dissolution. 4. That it would be impos sible to form a Government from the ranks of the Opposition, all aides of the House having been tried during the existence of the Parliament. At the conclusion of his address, the hon. gentle man presented a message from his Excel lency ...
MORMON TITHING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
MORMON TITHING SYSTEM. It is astonishing to see what people will freely give for the pnrpo'C of being hum. bugged, and how little tbey will pay in order to "buy tbe truth." Let those who, with incomes from fire hundred to five thousand dollars a year, t'ui.k it very expensive to pay from ten to a hundred dollars a year towards tbe expense of public worship, consider the following, fr»tu tbe Salt Lake Union Vidette: When a man joins the Mormon Church, at it exists in Utah, he is required, as a proof of his einoerity, to donate to tbe tithing office one-tenth of all his possesions -no matter what they are, or bow exten sive tbey may be. A man with 100,000 dollars in money most, upon bi&lt; entry in to fellowship, give the titbing office 10,000 dollar* of it. This is the first grand prin ciple of Utah Mormmism. And upon upon there two principles hang all the law and tbe profits. If a man bss no money and property he is reqnired to give one tenth of liia labour to the tithing of...
DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND. (Abridged from the Mai[?]land Mercury) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
DESTRUCTIVE! WHIRLWIND. (Abridged from the Maitland Mercury) On Sunday morning, abuot Iii1f-|iut 10' ft natural pUeoooioimn, resembling a whirl wind and waterspout tn i liined, w-os teen by man)- of the inhabitants of West Mait land passing swiftly over Bnlwarra, Oak bamptOD, end tbenceiOHardsC^iBpliell'e Hill. Tbe phenomenon resembled a vory low dark cloud, tbe centre of it stretching down towards tbe earth, with whioh it was apparently conneoteJ by a spiral column of air or water, or botb. This cloud moved along with great velocity, and caused a roaring sound tliat conld be disiiootly beard in Maitland, balf a mile away fr»m the line in whicb the cloud was eetfn to K0V0. As tbe clt ud pawil over tbe river at tbe elbow at Mur|>elb, it was seen to draw up a large quantity of water from tbe river, creating quite a vurtex in the stream. It tbence travelled across tbe Narruwgut farms, apparently gathering force. Tiie storm (ben crossed tbe river attain, lieiog teen to draw op a larg...
MELBOURNE. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
MELBOURNE. May 22. ! Mr. Carver, ail auctioneer, residing on Batlaarat, haB committed Buicide. Mr. Carey ban resigned his seat at the Executive Council. News baa been received from New Zealand to the effect that a young man from Sydney baa been brutally murdered j near Mongonur. I We have been informed that his Hi cellency the Governor will visit Too woomba on the 14th June, aud that a public reception will be arranged fur him on tbat day. On the followiug day h« will visit Uighfielda, the farmers in that localitr havine invited bim to a banonct. to be bold on that date. -Guardian.
SYDNEY. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
SYDNEY. Mar 22. I The wreck found near Cape Capricorn is that of the Loda, lost two years ago. The trial of the two Clarkee for bueb nnging has been adjourned to Tuesday next. May 23. Three hundred Volunteers have come in ftom the provincial towns to take part in the review.' His Excelleucy the Governor arrived last uight from Melbourne. His health has been improved by the trip. The Journal of Commerce, mail edition, : ?ays that it is observed with great satis- j faction that there is a decrease in our trade as regards English shipments. j Ai (be wool sales, on 8aturdar, priccs were easier. The lots sold, however, were insufficient to test the market. Sheepskins are unaltered.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not be responsible for any opi nions or views expressed by Correspondents, and will always reject personal communica tions unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author, (To the Editor of the Warwick Argue.) SIB,-I road with pleasure your well* timed and juBt remarks with regard to the sudden retirement of our late member, Mr. Douglas, from the office of Colonial Treasurer, and acceptance of an office re-created solely for the occasion, that of Minister for Works. No man who knows Mr. Douglas's thorough inaptitude for busineu will for a moment be misled by tbe statement that he retired from his office of Colonial Treasurer because he differed from his colleagues upon an emigration question. It must be perfectly apparent that he pave up his portfolio, and accepted a less important office, because in the present financial state of the colony be was not competent to grapple with the difficulties of toe po...