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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAT MAY 24. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. FBIDAT HAT 24. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Patrick Jjaocjr was brought up on ft chaise of ^ drunkenness, and having pleaded guilty, was discharged with a caution.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

PBOEOQATIOH or PABUAMONr.-A. Govern ment Oaiettt Extraordinary, Inud on Thurs day lut, prorogaei Parliament aatil Wednei (tjf, tki 5th Aq ol June, 1MJ. Tbi FOBTBCOKIHO ELECTIONS.-We observe by t ootlM ID oir advertising oolamm that oar late eaterpriling townemen, Mr. Simon Kqn, ku eignif ed his Intention of becoming ? candidate for (ha representation of the town nt Warwick at tb« forthcoming general election. It is also rumoured that-another townsman i> coming forward to contest the election, so that in that event there will be no leu then three candidates In the field for the Wertfek elco torate. With regard to the K astern Dome electorate we perceive by advertieeinent that a requisition has been forwarded to Mr. O. H, Green, of Goomburra, to place himself in nomination for tbe vacant seat, In opposition to Mr. Douglas. Tbe town of Warwick will therefore be the field of great political conten tion. MB. O. W. WATT.-It will be remembered that tome months ago Mr. G. W. Watt, who fo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From the Guardian.) WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. In the Legislative Council, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From the Guardian.) WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. In the Legislative Council, Mr. GOBE stated that the Ministry bod, in consequence of the vote passed on the pievious evening, in the other branch of the Legislature, tendered certain advice to his Excellency the Governor, pending liia decision, on which he (Mr. Gore) moved the adjournment of the House until the following day. Messrs. Wool) and I'tTZ objected to any adjournment until the Government furnished further explanation. After some remarks in favour of the adjournment from Mesws. HARBIS and HJIOWNE, the motion WBB put and passed. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. MACALISTEB, immediately on the assembling of the House, stated that a Cabinet Council was held on the previous night to consider the resolution of the House declaring the seat of the hon. member for Eastern Downs vacant. At the request of the Cabinet, he tendered certain advice to the Governor, and bis Excellency intimated that he would give his answer to ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

.fwrttsmwte. Watated, BY a young man, BOABD and BESIDENOB in a private family. Address D. P., 831 Argut Office. w £200 REWARD. E, the Undersigned, hereby offer tht above Beward to any person supplyiag such information as aball lead tu the oonviction of any penon or persons Stealing and UUIing Cattle, Sheep, or Hones, belonging to our res pective Stations. ("JOHN DEUOHAB I thomas courts | LEONARD K. LE8TKB (Signed) J V. J. 0. WILDASH | GBEEN & CO. I CHABLES OLABKL 878 LA. WIENHOLT. £60 Reward; FOB any INFORMATION that will lead t» the conviction of theparties who were aeen to SHOOT a BULLOCK and HEIFEBon SUNDAY EVENING, the 19th instant, near the Saw Pits, on Freestone Creek. JOHN DEUCHAB. Glengallan, May 28,1667. 1 '868 »? £5 SEWARD. OTOLEN ob STBAYED from Maryland, on O the 22nd April, Tiro HOUSES of the fol lowing description, one BAY HOBSE, branded M over a <iru II uear shoulder, and N near liip; one BAY HOBSE, braudod JJ orer S near shoulder. If ftoleu the abo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THK MAILS. ARRIVALS. Irm Maryland, every Tuetday, a11 ana every Saturday at 6 p.m. a Britbane and iptmeh, via Drayton, ty Cobb't eoachct, every Tuuiay, Thurt day, and Saturday,at 8 p.m. " [teyburn, via T'Ly li t iggingi.iviry Wed. uttday, at noon, DRTARTUREB. far Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.m., and mi?y ilureday, at 4 p.m. ArMiu and /pivich, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednetday, and Friday, by Cobb'* coatket, at 9 am, « Warwick it Liykurn, every Thunday, at 4 If.B.-Lttttrt mutt h fotted at the Country fiffieet ka\f an hour previoui t> Ui time fixed lor tke detpattk of mailt, but late letter! will be rueittd to teitkin a {wrier of an hour, upon a fu of a tixpenny ttamp being affixed to each Mtar. Ifeitipapirt art required to be potted one kour before tke time appointed for doting tke mailt. Tit JPngliik mail tlettt an or about tke 17th of every montk.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

WARWICK ARGUS AMD TBNTEBFIELD CHBONICLB '18 publUbad Tuesday J mor&icgs, and forwarded to all part* of «». A uktr&li&B colonies. TimM» OP SUB6CBIPTION. -Qusrisdy tfo advance) ^s. <We^oB«o^|^lei k/pl»P»yment re" Sit March. SOtb June, ftftth SiotMsliBr, And 81st December. SubtXwMshlngto wlthdrawtheirname» from the llit wUl be reauired to their SiassMJi-ssriS''S Mpiration of etch quarter. TEE MS FOB ADVE B'i'lBOiO, Two lines \ . Four lines ; ® »l* lines » n Eight Hues 4 Every additional five lines, or under » ..»?.... ......./ ® Large and displayed advertisements M per *gAUbeniidiscount allowedon adverlljomente | ordered for more thin alx eon*eoutlve inset none. , Birth*, marriages, or deaths, 3*. eseh inser- j W In' the absence of written instructions to the ! contrary, advertisements will be inserted until countermanded. _ i Advertisements matt be eent to to the Office not later than two o'clock on Monday and Tliurs- ? 4ay afternoon*. nod order* for...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. MAY 28,1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

THE fWlflj I TBNTBBFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. MAT 28,1867. Mid in our last iasue that a change in the Cabinet bad come upon us like a tb>nfr, and, cerles, we were not single intbeastonishment expressed. The whole m]onj has been astounded at the sudden Ben of the change, a> well as the unsatis £etoiy circumstanoes which induced it. It baa ben aaid that all it fiur in politics, but we do not believe that Minister® have a right to act ao cavalierly ai Mr. Dotraus l... done. We hare had no proof of bia capabilities a* Oolonial Treasurer, as be baa csttngnnbed himself before any distin guishing feature came prominently before tbe public, and his having accepted office at a difficult monetary crisis augured at least aoma capacity to grapple with the position -in which he voluntarily placed bittaeir. It wis clearly his- duty to remain in rifiof'ttfitil the Estimates came on for consideration, fend not to shirk the responsibility which attached to the Unj^wUl statement which has been p...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS Aim ADVER TISERS. Wis beg to Hate that our Account! for the gnarter ending SUi March last are now in eeurss of delivers/, en^ *"* *W will be tettled without the lent delay. Those mi arrears will kindly oblige tie by . prompt settlement, a* our requirements mu*t it obvious to them. (3T 7Ms being the proper time for payment qf subscriptions in advance, we trust our friends tcill eebnotcledge the fact by tend inq remittances.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

TUESDAY. JUNK 4. j Allotment of Land. ID lit Insolvent Estate of Cbae. 8weetlsnd. * WHITE & MACKENZIE HATE reoeived Snitrnotioni from Mf. Pickering, 8*0., Offioisl Assignee, to aril by poblie auoUoo, at their ROOMS, Albion-street, On TUESDAY, 4tb June, at 12 o'clock, That valuible piece of LAND, being Allot. No. 1 of See. 6, containing nearly 2 urei of iriob Garden Land, .touted joft above tbe New Bridge at tbe corner of " Victoria" and " Canning streets," enclosed with * auUtootial fbrM-nil fence, and baring an extensive frontage to tha Oondsmine. It it admirably adapted either for a Vegetable Garden or Lucerne Paddock. Tenni-Oaih. 380 For Sale, Br Private Treaty. 8 ALLOTMENTS of LAND, »itaattd In tbe but parti of War wick, hint allotment! No. 7 of aeotton M " 10 of " It .. IT of " S For Ml particular* and prlot, apply to Mr. W. HABDY. Poatmaater. Msiylsad t or 870 HUCJH DOQHEBTY. FOH 8ALE by the traders!goal, about coo Heed of good quiet CATTUC, with their increase, now ru...

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MONDAY. MAY 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 May 1867

MONDAY. MAY 27.   (Before the Police Magistrate.)   Sarah Jane Shaw, alias Knowles, was brought up in custody, under remand from the Leyburn Bench, having been apprehended under warrant charged with deserting her child some time ago at Warwick. She was asked at Leyburn if she had seen the child, when she replied " No; I have been some time in Too- woomba Hospital, and since then on the Barcoo; I am now going to take my child." The Bench here stated that the girl was now in Woogaroo lunatic asylum, and thought she had better remain there for the present, as she would be better treated than under the care of her mother. . The following lively and encouraging description of Queensland as a field for emigration is extracted from a long letter on the subject which appeared in a recent number uf the Bolton Guardian, a Lanca shire paper, signed Joseph Lee, late post messengerOn ray first arrival, in the early pari uf 1863, wages in every branob began to have a dow...

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AR[?] AND [?]TURE OF THE [?]AILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

ARKI\ a;, and i it-runs-: ok TH )'. VAILS. ARM PALS. rV#m Maryland, every Tvetdau, nl 1 p.m., and every Saturday of ? j>.m. ,i Brisbane and ipttoich, via Drayton, by Cobb's coaches, every Tuesday, Tkurs day, and Saturday, at 8 p.m. «, Leyburn,via Tnyti * iggings,every Wed' nesday, at noon. J>BJ ARTURRS, For Maryland^ every Monday, at 6 ajn^axd fvery Thursday* at 4 p.m. Brisbane end Iptwich, via Drayton, every Monday, )Vednetdayt and Friday, hy CoWs coaches, at 9 a.m. .t Warwick to Lryburn, every Thursday, at 4 asm MB.- LetUri mutt bt f osted at the Country Offices half an hour previous t» the tine fixed for the deepatch of matte, but late letters will be received to within a quarter of an Aour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter, A*te*paper» are required to be potted one hour before (he time appointed for eloeing the mailt. The English mail close* on or about the 17th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

THE WARWICK ABGUS AMD tbntkeiteld ohboniclb IB ttMUbed «wy TdMa»y"«n4 Friday mondcg*. and forwarded to all parta of the Australian oolonles. TKBMB OV BOBSOBIPTION. JSSSSSiSSA "SSSSjfftoSiiwtoairt iMh 80th Jnne, JSSS^J SSsSSRSSkAW^^ «xplrallon of each qoartcr. TBRVS TOTT ADVERTISING. Two lines 1 5 Fenrllnes ~ SUHnea ;. ?; » g BwryJSUMMIJ * fl'TB 'k®"' T j 0 tjy tod displayed adTertleementa aa per "TOSa dlsoount allowed OD^Tera^enta -S^S^JM^ssesj Satti^essws l^asssssitSSSi alteratien of |>r noon on Saturdays and Pron Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. Hi»> be ti prepared to ntnto erery description of glain ml ®**#wirotal PRINTING Via DWtDMI <*>d despatch, at moderate price* VIZ » OAEVB, CATALOGUE/!, CI&CULABB, HANDBILLS, Ii&BEIA BBBMW * DBUVBglf HnOKH CHEQUE BOOKS. mass 0H2&a>@ Of ell met, flam tmi ruled, tea* &&, to AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on Fixed Depodta at MHMtnt» , . Dr*IU lis nod on all theBranchoe «nj_A...

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MR. DOUGLAS AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

MB. DOUGLAS AT WARWICK. Tbe Honourable John Douglas, the member for Eastern Downs, met hi* consti tuents here on Tuesday evening, for for tbe. purpose of explaining to them bis reasons for baviog accepted a new position in tbe Government, and to show on what grounds he had acted in tbe matter. The Court House was crowded to excess, and his Worship the Mayor (Mr. Morgan) was unanimously voled to the chair. Tbe ChaibhaS, iu accepting the honour, .aid that it would 1 e unnecessary for him to say anything on the subjects about to be brought before them, but would at once call on tbeir worthy representative to ad dress the meeting. The Honourable J. Douglab ( who on coming forward was received with great applause) said that it was perhaps rather early in the day fur him to address the electors on political matters, but he felt it his^ duly, iu consequence of late events which had arisen, to explain to them the circumstances under which they bad oc curred, aud to show them the grounds on ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick [?]rgus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. MAY 31. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

TENTERFIELD' CHEONICLE. FBIDAY. MAY 81.1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from Ike Britbant Daily papiri.) EOCKHAMPrON. m May 27. awo naggen or pure gold, weighing eight Jounces, and two half-ounce nug gets, were found at the new rueb, fifteen miles from Morinieh. Another new rash has since taken place; the prospects are reported as seventeen &id a half pennyweights totbe dish. Miiiere are returning to-day from Double Mouutain rush BYDNEr. May 24. Tbe tall held last night was numerously attended and very successful. The review, levee, and athletic sports were also very largely attended. A fire occurred in Castlereagh-Btreet last nigtit, but was speedily extinguished. Tbe Panamatta Agricultural Show was a great success. May 27. The schooner George baa been wrecked t BnllL The crew were saved. Tbe trial of the ClarkeB will commence to-morrow. Mr. Dalley defenda tbe prison ere. Tbe Italian war steamer Magenta is expected to-night. May 28. A meeting of the Sydney shareholders lia...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL, CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE ELECTORS OF EASTERN DOWNS. (Per f[?]our of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

| ORIGINAL, CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not be reeponeible for any opi niont or vieurt expreeeed by Correeponaenti. and will alwaye reject perianal community Hone unleit on eultfecte of public importance, and guaranteed by the eiynature of the author. TO THE ELECTORS ©F EASTERN DOWNS. (Per favour of the Warwick ArgutA Gentlemeh,-I do nut profess te be a politician or a party man, but simply one who, with a due regard to truth, desires to point out tbe errors (I could use a much stronger word) contained in the first leading article of the Examiner and Timet of tbe 80th iust. I leave the aimilestalone, for however good they may be in themselves, they have net the slightest application to the subject; they seem brought in merely to show the writers knowledge of sacrad history and fable*, and |certainly no one can gainsay his acquaintance with tbe latter. The article then proceeds to state that " Mr Douglas stood blissfully ignorant of the gross paradox, and determinedly steering cl...

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[?]oetry. ARTEMUS WARD. (From the Sp[?]or.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

ABTEMU8 WARD. (From tht Svctctor.) ta he gone to the land of no laughter This own thit mad* mirth for tutlll Prores death bat * sllenoe hereafter From the sounds that delight or appal ? Once closed, Inn the lips no mote duty, No more pleasure the exquisite ears ; Has the heart done o'erflowing with beauty, As the eyes hare with tears I Nay, if aught be sure, what <un be urar . Than that Garth's good decays not with Eirtb ? And of all the heart's springs none «n purer Than the springs of the fountains of Mirth, He that sounds them bas piiroed the heart's hollows, The pines were tsan are sad steep, For the foam-flakes that dance in life's ?hallows Are wrong from life's deep. He came with a hurt fall of gladness From the glad-hearted world of the West Won our laughter, bnt not with mere madness Spake and Joked with as, not in mere Jest S For the man in our heart lingered after. When the merriment died from our ears. And those that were loudest In laughter Are silent In tears...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AX73 ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Account* for the quarter ending 81 *t March latt are now im peurse of delivery, and tee hope they wiU be settled without the least delay. Those in arrears will kindly oblige us by 0 prompt settlement, ee ottr requirement* mutt be obvious to them. (?if This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, toe trust our friends teill acknowledge the fact by tend ing remittance*. £200 REWARD. WE. the (Jnieri!igned,lieraby offer tht shore Beward to *uy person supplying «tioh information as shall leu to the oonviction of any person or persons Stealing and Killing Cattle, Sheep, or Horaes, belonging to ear res pective Station*. ("JOHN DEUOH4.R I THOMAS OOD1TS I LEONARD E. LESTER (Signed) < P. 3. O. WILDASH I GEBBN & CO, IOHABLEB C1ABK 876 LA. WXENHOLT. £50 Reward, FOB any INFORMATION that will <e«d to the conviction of the parties who were seen to 8HOOT a BULLOOK and HEIFBBtoa SUNDAY EVE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! Just received, a large supply of ADELAIDE FLOUR HART'S BRAND. m DAVIS, HARRIS, IMP CO. GENERAL STORES, ALBION-STREET (OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.) JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING A Largs and Fashionable STOCK of Winter Goods, OOXHUBINO AU. TUB fJrtsJtiia % Iwn, Abo a luge and well-seleo ted STOCK of GROCERIES DRAPERY IRONMONGERY CROCKERY <& GLASSWARE FANCY GOODS ETC., ETC. Which will be offer*! to the public at such prices as cannot fail to give general satisfaction. The best Brands of NEGROHEAD & HONEYDEW TOBACCO, st 6s. per lb. 876 JULIUS JACOBS. TM1E mmw»****. ALBION-ST, WARWICK. JAMES LETHBRIOGE, MTB W TUB EOTM. IBKJm, BEGS to intimate to his friends and the public geoerally that he has BEHOVED to the above well-known house, where he trusts by attention and good management to merit a continuance of that patronage ao liberally accorded to him MWt In the PRIVATE APARTMENTS there ii nothing wanting for comfort and convenience. THERE IS A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 May 1867

TUB 8 DAT, JUNK 4. Allotment of Land In the In solvent Estate of Clm. SweetUnd WHITE & MACKENZIE HAVE raoe'ived instructions from W. Piokering, Esq., Official Assignee to eell by poblio auction, at tbeir ROOMS, Albion-street, On TUESDAY, 4tb Jnne, at 12 o'clock, That valuable pieoa of LAND, being Allot. No. 1 of Ser. 6, containing nearly 2 acres of rich Garden Land, aitonted ju»t above tbe New Bridge .t tbe corner of " Victoria" and " Canoing atreets," enoloaed with a substantial three-rail fence, and hating an extensive frontage to tbe Oondamine. It i* admirably adapted either for a Vegetable Guden or Lucerne Paddock. Termg-Oufa. 880 FOB BALE. TUESDAY, 4th JUNE, at 12 o'clock. MBSSBS. WBITE & MACKENZIE WILL aell by public auction at their ^ fBoome, ( Ironmongery of all descriptions, Gal .'vaniced Iron Tubs and Buckets, " Shovels, Picks, Nails, Oils Paints, Galyanired Iron Bidge Capping ( , (Mid Spouting, Ale, Wines (Sherry . and Port), Furniture, Pianoforte, by Broa...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not be regpontible for any opt tiiont or vieioe expreeted by Corretpondenit. j and will alwayt tejett personal comrnvnica tiont unJeiB on tubject* of public importance, ; end guaranteed by the signature of the | author. (7b the Editor 0/ the Warwick Argut.) Sin,-I cannot permit the letter of Mr. Gaisford, which appeared iu your paper of the 24th ult., to pass any longer unnoticed. Mr. Gnieford's object, no doubt, iu writiug that letter, was very worthy, as advocating the public good, bat in doing so, however, be Bhoula state the truth, and take care that he be well up in the subject upon which be treatB. It is quite clear Mr. Gaisford does not understand the Warwick Building Society when he says there is a discrepancy between the rules of the eocicty and the law, and he says what is not true in alleging that the Police Magistrate, in bis opening remarks, informed the parties who called the late special meeting that that meeting was illegal. M...

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