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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 June 1867

TO SIMON MAYER, Esq. fjlE,-W«, tbe aDiler^ifined, bave the 0 honour to request that you wilt allow yourself to be pot in Nominatin for .lec tion ae Representative for Warwick in the next Parliament, and in tbe event of yoor doing (0, we pledge oorselvea to me every effort to secure yoor election. We ere, Sir, Tour obedient servants, 8amnel Bvenden - Thoa. M'Cabe "William Greiner Robert Steele Philip Moeeer 0. Gilm Fred. 8. Grey George Seabrook W. Lyons Fred. Strickman Owen Lambert B. Goggina John Collin* - W. Bargees John fiheehan R. Burnett William Hawker William Wells Jacob flnrwil* ' J. Cnrqnest Julias Otto - B. Mneeer 1 Owen Jarrett A. M'G. Simpson G. M'Kinley 423 To the Electors of Warwick. GENTLEMEN,-I thank yon for tbe Requisition: which you bare just banded me, and I cheerfully comply with your wishes by offering myself as a can didate for tbe representation of Warwick ] in tlie ensuing Parliament. Although Id reality tbe firat in tbe field, 1 regret that oircumttfucei of * ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. COOPER AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 June 1867

MR. COOPER AT WARWICK. Upwards of 200 electors assembled at the Downs Hotel on Saturday night, in compliance with a public announcement made by Mr. F. A. Cooper that he would address the electors. The electors testified in the strongest manner possible their cor- dial approval of the political views held by Mr. Cooper, and gave his opponents but poor chance of making headway against him. Mr. J. J. Kingsford amidst loud cheers, was called to the chair, and after some few remarks, expressive of his faith in Mr. Cooper being the only fit and proper person to represent Warwick, in- troduced Mr. Cooper, who, on coming forward was received with loud applause, and after it had subsided, proceeded to thank the electors for so grand an acknowledgment of his humble efforts to serve them in the coming contest—a contest on which, in no small degree, depended the prosperity or ut- ter ruin of the colony. The Speaker said— I am of opinion that a candidate for your suf- frage, cannot too often aff...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

ALLOBA. PETTI DEBTS COUET. Kates v. H. T. Millie, Agent for Cobb and Co. Mr. Gxenham for defemhtli Plaintiff sued for the sain of £20 12a. 8J., fur bay sold and delivered. Defendant paid' into court the cum of 459 5s. Verdict for plaintiff in the euoi of £9 5*. Hegariy and Co. ». I'at. Kelly."1-Goods .old, £6 18i. 6J. Settlci. Same v. Uu^li Brady.-Goods add, £11 16«. 8d. Verdiot for plaintiff, with costs. I ' Same v. Wo. Dwyer.-Qooda void and delivered. Settled. Same v. Dentils Shea.-£17 fto. 6J. Goods sold and delivered. Verdiot for plaintiff. Same v. Thomas Cotton.-£4, LO.U. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. Same V. Denny lioou.-GooJs sold, £2 16i. fid. Verdict for plaintiff. 8atne v. J. M'Curdy.-Goods sold, £9. Buttled. Saiuq V. John Hoffman.-Guods sold, £13 19.1. 6d. Verdict for plaintiff, with COStB. Same v. A. iluir.-Diahououredprdniie sory note, £23 12s. 9d. Settled. Simnel Gordon *.C. Naur.-Dishonoured ? promissory note. Verdict for plaintiff. Same v. , S. M'liitosh.-Amount...

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MELBOURNE. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

MELBOURNE. June 5.- I lbe ttorernment have withdrawn the Education Bill.» M'Cann baa been committed for utter ing forged acceptances. Searle and Ballan hare confessed to the murder of Burke, at Smjthesdate. Some more of tbe plunder bag been got near Searle'g bouse. Tbe markets are active. June 6. Twenty-eight hones hare entered for tbe Derby. A large fire haB occurred at Ballarat. Tbe Cumberland disease has shown itself ai Beech worth.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

Aocidekt.-On Monday trtaiag laet, while Martin Barke-employed on the railway-wee riding on the Qoomburra ran, hie horn .tumbled Mid fall on him, '£notnring hia left leg near the ankle Joint. Be .>! immediately oonvoyed to the Queen'a Arm* Hotel, at AUora where faa muiu under the owe of Dr. Labatt. ELkOTloiTBEBiMO Meetum.-Lut evening, Mr. O', H. Oreen adlrutaqd the eleoton of Kaetern Do KM at the GoaM Soaae, Mr. B. 8. Falter in the chair. There vu a large attend ance, and Mr. Green explained hit pollUoal Tiem on the principal qatationt of the day. It waa rather a nolty meeting, . portion of thl auMence Beaming determined to prevent the candidate from addr£ating the meeting. Being on the eve of publication, we could not poa eibly give even a condensed report of hie speech, but his polioy waa fnlly explained ' amidst great interruption, and tbe meeting waa diaolred. Immediately on the breaking np of tbe meeting, Mr Oeorge Clark addressed the oleotore at Mr. Ltthbridge'e Powna Botel&...

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POLICE COURT, ALLORA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

POLICE COURT, AXJLORA. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 5.: (Before the Police Magistrate.) Tbos. Held, Michael M'Uabe, am) Michael -i Longbnne were brought forward, charged with being drunk and dixorderly, ami,' having pleaded guilty,were fined 10a. etch. SOMHONR OABEB. Jaihei Gilliea v. Henry Reiriiber, end Henry Jar*i«. Complainant sued defendant 1 for £20 16b., which defendaota' admitted, and asked for one month to pay, which wai allowed, in default distress warrant to inane; in tlerauit of sufficient to satisfy distress, ctvli to be imprisoned in Toowuoiubn gaol for two months. Franoia Kates T. Oonrad Naor.-Illegil i detention oi horses. Caae withdrawn. I

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Ahri&gtifrom the Briibant daily papers.) EOCKHAMPTON. June 6. Joseph Brown, storekeeper at Binge lands, was committed to-day for trial on a charge of killing a man named Burnt by striking him on the bead with a bottle. Tbe quantity of gold shipped during last month from this port was 8890 j ounces..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

WANTED; 1 Aft G<MM> P'OK U>d BtfOVISL MBN. 1UU and good AXEMEN. Apply. Uig urn, NEW'i'oN BOTD. new Glen tones. . .. 483 NOTICE. TO STOBEKEKPEBS & OTHERS. I WILL not be RE&POKSI BL*E for tinr D*bta that my wife BHteA BUTCHER may contract, aha baring kit her home without cauaa or provocation, NOTICE. LICENSED Pnbliouu are reminded! that unless tin CeriiSaate of the Buncli of Magistrates, (together, w(t'< the aain of £80 in each caeo, am lodged in this office oa or before the 80th Instant, wob Certificate will be yoid, and of uo effect. 'I'he Treasury, Briekane, Ctb Jane, 186T. 418 ~~ T :T £200 BKWABO. .... YKT K, the Undersigned, hereby offer the above VV Reward to any person supplying auoh informatiou aa ahail lead to the conviction of any person or persons Stealing and Killing Cattle, Sheep, or Hones, belonging to our rei. pectin Sutton*. fJOHN DEUOHAB ! 'J'urm aw ivmriia i 'i'iioMAS uourrs I LEONARD E. LESTER (Signed) < V. J. O...

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COMMERCIAL. London, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

COMMERCIAL. London, May 14. The bank rate of discount is at per cent. WOOL.-Since tbe February tales little business has been done, and unlets a con siderable improvement takes place in the home and export trade, a serious decline is «xpected to take plaoe in medium and faulty sorts at May-June eales. Best des criptions are likely to bring late rates. The stock on hand Bmounts to 100,000 balee. Heavy arrivals lately are causing great caution on the part .of the trade. But few contracts have been made, end tjioge with difficulty. The total exports for the month to the Australian colonies show a alight increase. In the exports to- Queensland thercw is a diminution of £18,347. On April 26, at a meeting of C. Newton Bro. ana Co/a creditors, it was agreed, ou the proposal of Mr. Kent to'divide all re mittanoeB received up to the 18th August, and then take the firm's acceptance for the balance of claims in instalments extending oyer twenty-one months. There have been heavy failures in com...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

UKKiirf Alj COttttRS PONDBNOE. Tht F,'i\tor will not be retpcnfibte for any opi nion t or views expretted by Corretpondenli. aiii will alwaye reject pergonal communica ttoiii unlett on tubjecti of public importance, end guatantted by the eiynalure of the author. {To (he hiitor of tht Warwick Argut.\ Slit,-As polities nre the ortler of the day, and »c Lave three candidates for tbe representation of the town of Warwick, I triiai y.ou will afford uie a apace id your columns to lay l.efore tbe Electors my views 011 tits qualifications of tbe gentle men who seek to Tepreiiut at. Mr. George Clark mast be considered tbe squatter's nominee, from his oonueotion witb them, the attendance at lii« meetings, end hie #icw« on the L»nd question. Tbe Elector." must ><e aware that his idea of doing away witb all agricultural reserves, acid liriti^iiig tbe wkola tbe leads under the Leasing Act of 1866, is simply playing into (lie bunds of tbe i>quattere aud cspitaliots, as tbe recent...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

ADELAIDE. Jane 6. The Moonta case still unfinished. An attachment against the directors i£ likely to issue. .Tune 7. A proclamation for a (taevui Commis sion directing the Chief Justice to hold j the next sessions has been issued. i The Government intend surveying a 1 line to the Burra Burra mines. W. m tiappy to state that Oomttbli Gallagher, who haa been In our looal con stabnlats lot noma yearg, haa been promoted to the poiltion of doling Sergeant.

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MB. F. A. COOPER AT CONNEL'S HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

MB. F. A. COOPER AT GOHNEL'8 j HOTEL. Mr. F. A. Cooper last evening addressed, from tbo verandah of Council's Hotel, the largest assembly of voters that we liavo ever witnessed in this town, and received, as the following account 61 the proceed ings will show, a most flattering reception. Mr. Hudsou was voted to the chair, who, after a few preliminary remarks, intro duced Mr. F. A. COOPEB, who, on coming forward, was received with loud applause, and said: Mir. Chairman, Fellow Colonists, and Electors-L have the honour to appear before you for a third time, and 1 have again to thank you for the very flattering expiession of your approval of my efforts to promote your welfare. (Such handsome acknowledgments of the course I am pursuing might well inspire me with the hope of attaining the honour that I seek at your bauds-the expouency of mj policy inthefurliament of Queensland. (Cheera.) When I addressed you on Saturday last, a second candidate for your suffrages had appeared, and uow 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

GREAT ATTRACTION!!! IMPORTANT REDUCTION IN FLOUR. DAVIS, HARRIS and CO., HAVE much pleasure in announcing to the inhabitants of Warwick and the snr rounding Districts, that they are now in receipt of their WINTER GOODS, EKBB&cm 1U TBI ' fforJtttftttC it % The whole having been purchased for CA8H in the SYDNEY & MELBOURNE MARKETS, They an prepared to offer them at such exceedingly That unit defy competition, and intending buyer* we particularly invited to call and inspect their extensive and Vfttfel Jigjwrtmettt ti Gtnml 11x01 t® nwcMsme ustwmBiB. DAVIS, HARRIS & CO. Beg to call the special attention of the Ladies of the Siibut to this announcement, ana in ofiering them die undermentioned GOODS beg to etato that the whole of their WHITER ©V®GK Ha* been selected by their Mr. Divb in the beat market*, with due regird to NOVELTY AND FASHION. Wineon, assorted eolenn and text one Wool and galaplaide Cobtuss, ell coljurs FraneE merino Silk and doth paletote Wincey c...

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MB. G. CLARK AT SANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

MB. G. CLARK AT SANDY CREKK. Mr. G. Clark addressed the electors on Monday evening last at Mr. Bruahaber'u Hnrmonie Hotel, where a numerous, orderly, yet enthusiastic assembly awaited bim. Mr. James ByraeB occupied the chair. The caudidate descanted long and ably upon the main question at issue " the land polioy." He stutad that he desired to encourage the middle class mon and tho small farmer, to (rive them an oppor tunity of taking up " black soil laud" bo that in a short time the yeomen of the Darling Downs should be known as the very embodiment and personification of the dual term " Wheat and Wool;" not entirely relying ns they have hitherto d'jne, upon wheat alone, which is so entirely dependent upon the seasons: Be also stated-on the best authority that tropical plants, especially cotton, would thrive in this district, the growiug of which would prove a most jucrative pursuit He pointed out that this policy in the long run, whilst it would be the making of the farmers, would a...

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THIS WARWICK BUILDING SOCIETY. (To the Editor of the Warwick Argus.)or af the Waruiei Argm.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

THIS WARWICK BUILDING SOCIETY. (TV) (ht SHitor af the Waruiei Argm.) Sin,-In reply to Mr. Marshall'* letter, I will avoid giving liito Any further dotes of lav, whioh it appears do Dot agree with bis di.estion, but con6ne myself" to plainCom mon tense, ami will merely refer faint to rale 8, the very role which he advises the membera to etick to, and vrliich I fully, endorse, and ask bow be ean reconcile tlut; rule, together with a pbwer for members to reoeive back moneys p iid in by them on' their ebares. If a. rule was passed to enable, members to draw out what tbey hpd paid io, rale 6 would be rendered inoperative that rule being the very basis of the sooiety, and therefore I still msiutaia nod gay that if the resolution pot at the. meeting had been paieed, it would have been repugoant to the law, and to tbe rules and objects of the society, and consequently illegal. Youra obediently, .. Jt. G. 5UI/LEE. , Jane 10. , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

ELECTORS OF WARWICK. GENTLEMEN,-wh-» fiwt I »<Wn»«ea yon intbi. town,11 t"'1' VW tb»t to ma it wu i matter of p&ffert fnaiffwyno# who represented 3*00 to Parliofnrnt, W Ng y the man of yoor cltoice lield views iden tical with my own. Mr Duuglw is that roan; snd if be be rejected (tbongh I aon t far one moment contemplate m ?'"w ® ?ct qd »be part of tbe Electors of the Eastern Dowdk), I «m prepared to resign the imtocnee rupport yon have aooorded me in bis favour. Tonw faithfully. F. A. OOOPEK. . 8th Jvae, 1887. ^1 Ta,t Cattle I WaX Cattle I f w. CTBALB HAS received ioatroetion* from A. K. Cullno ? to sell by public auction, at ME. BUGDEN'8 YARDS, At 12 o'clock, on the 20th June, tO Head Imnr prime BULLOCKS aud Speyed COWS, &»». *hr -weH*no*n Binrlm Ttun, and will be aold to lota to auit parebaaera. Term.-Caah. NoBeaerre. . *2' W£EWECX nVOBTOB. HAVING Pnrchaeed tb« MSMAINING 8TO0K, &o., contained in tbe above premise*, the uoflenigBtfl tN|i Kipectfh...

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MB. G. CLARK AT THE WARWICK AGRICULTURAL RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

MB. G. CLARK AT THE WARWICK AGRICULTURAL KESliiiVH, A large and influential meeting was held on Tuesday night at the resilience of Mr. William Tullocli. Mr. John Affleck in tbe chair. Mr. Clark explained at some leugth his hud policy, and com Eletely refuted the charge brought agaiust itn by the opposition candidate, Mr. Cooper, lie insisted principally upon the land in the Darling Downs being thrown open for selection, before and after survey, for bona fide occupation at half a crow n an acre per annum for eight fears. The occupation clause to bo HO stringent tint there would be no chance of the large capitalist monopolising the land, lie also gave a very able review of the finan cial position of the colony, and stated that tbe ouly way to get the couutry out of its present difficulties, was by bringing in a liberal land law. Air. J. F. O'Dempsey io a few well chosen and quiet amusing remarks proposed a vote of confidence in Mr. Clark, which was eecouded .by Mr. M'Ara, and carried ...

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(To the Editor of the Warwick Argus) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

{To the Editor of the Warwick Araug \ SlB,-Will you be so kind ae to inform me I how ft man holding a miner'* right for tbe j Talgtti gold-field-but out of date, and only .cling for another-oan hate a vjte at tbe " forthcoming election, u no miner can vote except fur . member for . gold-field. ! I remain, Sir, Your* reajxetfully, MINER. Warwtok, June 10.

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SYDNEY. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

SYDNEY. June 5. The JSgmont, from Hokitika, brought 2500 ounces of gold. The failure of Peacock's firm is con firmed. June 7. ! Sales of Queensland Treasury Bills have been made at 7 per cent, premium. The Bchoonttr Catherine has been wrecked at Bulli. The crew were saved. £2500 has been subscribed to the foun dation of a bishopric in the Bathurst district. A. now diggings has been opened seven miles from Emu Croekj the prospects are good, and have caused some excite ment. The conviction of Johnston, the teller of the Bank, has been sustained by the Judges.

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MR. SIMON MAYER AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

MR. SIMON MAXKR AT WAUWICK. At a meeting of tlie electors, held at the Court House on Wednesday evening, convened by Mr. Simon Mayer, a can didate for the representation of Warwick, Mr. Mayer came forward and said : Mr. chairman and fellow-townsmen-I came up from Brisbane on my own bottom. (Laughter.) I rode up in the same rail way carriage with Mr. Douglas, and lie did not say one word about politics I am the first mac in the field, and do not come up to aplit votes, as Mr. Cooper has told you. I will go through my policy. I am for liberal measures. Who is Mr. Cooper ?-a mere adventurer. The meet ing at this stage became quite uproarious,* and only at intervals could we catch such expressions as-Mr. Cooper possesses o'oly a carpet bag, and a new suit of clothes which he put on for the purpose of catching your votes, we don't want any more lawyers. On my honour I tell you that I have not spoken to Macalister about this election. The candidate then retired, aud Mr Samuel Kvendeu prop...

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