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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTMENT OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

Alt rival ANO DBI'AUTHRK ok THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. - ftom Maryland, every Tuesday, nt\ p.m., and every Saturday at G p.m. m Brisbane and Ipurieh. via Draytont by Cobb's eoachei, every TStes lay, Thurs* day, and Saturday,at 3 p.m. « Leyburn,via r< t.iggings,every Wed' neoday, at noon* fihrARTirxss. For Maryland* every Monday, at 8 a.m., and every Thursday* at 4 p.m. ff*isb<tne and fpetoich, e»ii Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, a -d tr\day% hy Cobb*s coaches, at 9 CJm. * Warwick to f.cyburn* every Thnrndty% at 4 a.m JV.A- Letters must bt f osted at the Country Offices half an hour previous t<t the time fixed tor tAct despatch of mails, but late letters wilt be received to within « quarter of au hour? upon if fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each^ letter. Newspapers ere re$v*red to be posted one hour before the time appointed far closing the mails. Thg English mail clcses on or about the 17th 0/ every month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

WARWICK ARGUS MB TUNTHBHTWT.T) CHRONICLE )H .mbllshed every Tnesfay and Friday morolcn, and forwarded io all parte of the AustesHancolooles. . TRRK8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. linw).,,. 8a. Ditto (credit) ... 10s. (MM anaesMapanM by prepaynentwill i to Attention* Qoatteri terminate SUt March, 80th Jans, SOtb IkpteisfMr, and Slit Dcoember. HMMiHdilif .to withdraw their mm Itemise 11*1*111 be recnired to forward their redgnatieD {together with all umn) direct to the eBee at least foorteon elaar day* before tha raplratioa ef each quarter. fIBMS TOB ADVEBTWHG. Two Use* 1 . AvttM S 0 Six tines S 0 ElgfatlloM.... 4 0 Eevnr iMWwJ in Unes, or twasr I 0 Lug* and dlipleyed aliwilmnti ai per agreement. A liberal discount allowed on edTerttaementa ardered ftr snort than eix ebnieootlre lnseitlona. Birth«, «B*rrUgas, er death*. 8*. each infer tlon. Is the abaenoe of written Instructions to tha sontrary, advertisement* will be inserted cntil Aireftiwuoeeta moat be sent in to Am OSes not later (feu two o'cl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FBIDAY. JUNB 14. 1867. ABBIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO MAY 14. (From the Courier's Telegraphic Correspon dent) GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

(tmUb TENTJ5BFIELD CHRONICLE. FBIDAY. JUNB 14. 1867. ABBIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TOMAT 14. (From tkt Courier'* Ttlegraphic Corrupcn dtiil) GENERAL SUMMARY. Her Majesty the Queen is in good health. Tue Princess of Wales is recover ing from ber recent illDess. The Princess Christian baa given birth to a eon. Mr. Gladstone's amendment on the Beform Bill was lost by twenty-two votes. He immediately declined making any fur ther amendment* on the bill, or assuming the leadership of the Liberal party. A fresh fiction ~has been commenced against General Evre. - The Paris Exhibition bas turned out a failure. The -Great Eastern only brought eixty-four passengers from America on her first trip. The bill for tbe confederation of the British North American Colonies' has re ceived the Eoyal assent. Fifteen hundred engine drivers struck work on the North-Eastern Railway. News has been received that Dr. Living atone is alive and well. It is stated that the Italians intend aiding Fra...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 June 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to elate that our Account* for the quarter ending 81«< March la*t are now in course if delivery, and we hope they will be eettled without the least delay. Those in errcart will kindly oblige tit by a prompt settlement, at our requiretnente mint be oiviout to them. IJsJ" Thu leing the proper time for payment ef eubteriptioni in advance, toe truet our fiiende will acknowledge the fact by tend' inq remittancei.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. COOPER AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

MB. COOPEtt A.T WARWICK. A meeting was beld on Saturday even ing last, at Mr. J. White's Australian Hotel, for the purpose of hearing Mr. Cooper, as a candidate for the Warwick electorate, further expound his views on the leading questions of the day. The candidate addressed the audience, which was a pretty numerous onu, from the verandah, and waa listened to with very great attention, and repeatedly applauded. On the motion of Mr. J. White,seconded by Mr. J. J. Kingsford, Mr. F. Hudson was voted to the chair, and with a few brief remarks introduced Mr. COOFEB, who said be wished to correct and explain certain statements which had been made againBt him, and he was glad to have the opportunity of re futing the same, as well aB to let tbem understand what were bis views on tlio Leasiug Act. He was iu favour of having all the black soil lauds thrown open to the agriculturist before and after survey. Mr. Clark had stated that after tho land was put up for sale by auction, and remained u...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

Electors of Eastern Downs and Warwick, VqtI/.f'®® "? DOUGLAS "AND COOPER, fllHB tried Friends of the Working Clowes JL both in Ne«r South Wales aud Qoeeos liind. 406 Electors of Eastern Downs and Warwick, YOTE FOE & ©@@pew, WUO WILL UNLOCK THE LANDS FOR YOU, To the Electors of the Eastern Dowiu. 4 3 you, Gentlemen, wore prevented by t\ a few noisy person* on Thursday evening from bearing my remarks upon the Land Policy, I take this opportunity of placing before you the pleasures which I belief will conduce to the productive settlement of the colonjr. These measures, ; while not entirely sacrificing one interest^ iirill enable another to. grow up in its place. I would advocate the proclamation rof ell the Beserves on the Western side Of the Railway, recommended in Mr.cHiUJ» Selector of Reserves) report, ' but in creasing the maximum from 820 acres to . 2660 acres. This, with the reservation of the already proclaimed large area on th» Eastern side of the Uailway, would secure ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. DOUGLAS'S MEETING AT ALLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

MB. DOUGLAS'S MEKTING AT ALLOKA« A very large and influential meeting wu held at Allora,in Mr. Hogarty's store, on the 13tb inatant. Mr. Anderson was voted to the chair, and with a tew remarks introduced the candidate to the meeting. Mr. Douglas, on stepping forward, said that be did not come before tbem as a stranger, but as one who bad represented their interest for the last ten years in Parliament. He would, if he had the honour of being re-elected, continue to support the present Government, and the liberal measures they were about to introduce. They knew from his past career that he had always been opposed to the squatters, the proof being that they now tried all in their power to get Mr. Green elected. He was in favour of -the land being thrown open for agricultu ral reserves, and free selection before and after surrey, and that the squatter should not be allowed to fence in more land than ho had actually purchased. With regard to immigration, he was decidedly opposed to the s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

WEILETA* -The Bev.W. .Brown, of Too woomba, visited this town en hurt Sabbath, by way of exchanging pulpltswlth tha Bev- E. D. Madgwiok,as we understand the Wesleyan Conference has arranged that these two gen tlemen (ball do ao every quarter. Mr. Brtirn presetted morning ud evening in tha Wes layan Church to larga and itlnttn congrega tions. Bothaermoua wara earn eat and eloquent, and delivered in quite a masterly atyla. If what we beard lait Sabbath ba a fair aample tof tbe rif. gentleman's abllitlaa, ha gives great promise of fatnre usefulness, and alio of taking a high atand in the church to wbioh he belongs. MELANCHOLY AND FATAL Accmmi.-We regret to report tha death, by accident, of Mr. Thomas Tyrrell, who haa carried on baiineae in Warwick u a aoap and oandie msnufae turer for several year*. It appaara that on FriJay evening the deouased wai driving hia spring cart to tha Pocket on business, when, from some unknown causa, he waa pre oipitated from tbe veblole. Mr. F. Morgan's s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. DOUGLAS AT LEYBURN. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

Mil. DOUGLAS AT LEJTBURN. (FltOH A COBHE8PONDEKTT.) Mr. Douglas met the elector! at the Court House on the 14th instant. The meeting was numerously attended. Mr. Charles Bell was voted to the chair, and thanked the electors for the honour of making him their chairman. He need scarcely remind his fellow electors that the gentleman who again sought their suffrages was no stranger amongst them, but was an old and well-tried represen tative of the people; therefore he had j a double claim on them for support, both j as a representative and as a Minister of the Crown. The only charge that could be made against Mr. Douglas waa that he resigned his position in the Ministry as Finance Minister,and continued tosupport the Bame Ministry in another appointment. He would only expect that on the pol ing day tha change alluded to had not in any j way compromised the character of the candidate. The Chairman then introduced The Hon. JOHN DOUGLAB to the meet ing, who was received with much enthu sia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

TO SIMON MAYER, Esq. SIB,-We, the undersigned, have tbe honour to request that you will allow yourself to be put in Nomination for ^lee lion as BfcrpKeuiiitivr for Warwick in the next Parliament, and in the few of your doioc eo, re pledge ourselves to use every effort to tennre your election. We are, Bir, Your obedient «?rvabte, Samuel Kvendeo Thoe. M'Cabe William Greiner liolxtt 8teele Philip Moeser 0, Gilm Fred. S. Grey George Sealirook W. Lyons Fred. JStriukman Owen Lambert B. Goggins John Collini W. Burgess John Sbeehan B. Burnett William Hawker William Welti Jaoob Hoiwits J. Conquest Julio* Otto B. Moour Owen Jarrett A. H'G.&impson G. M'Ktuluy 423 To the Electors of Warwick. GENTLEMEN,-I thank yon tor tbe lteqnisitiuu which yon have just handed me, and I cheerfully comply witb your wishes by offering tnyaelf us . can didate for tbe representation of Warwick In the ensuing Parliament. Although in reality tbe 6r«t in the field, . I regret that circumstances of a private b...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE ELECTORS OF WARWICK. (Per favour of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

OUIQINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not bt retponeible for any opi nion# or vieu>fexpr9$$$d bp Corretpondente. and will alivayt reject penonal conmunica* tiont unliu on tuhjcctt of public importance, and guaranteed by the $ignatur« of the author. TO THE ELECTORS OF WARWICK. (Per favtur cf tht Warwick Arout.) Gektlemkit,-I take the liberty of ad dressing you on the cabject of mo is to be jour representative in the Assembly j you may say I am A atrangfer and a non elector, but I beg to state that being eo, the matter is gtiU of as great importance to me as to an j of yourselves, for if you return men of Jiiberal views to Parliament who will legislate in a manner to retard the general prosperity of the colony, only to jurther the interest* of the equatten, you drive me, bb well aa thousands of others, from settling in yottr beautiful district, as well as other parts of the colony that would suit them to settle on, if bad legis lation did not hinder their prosperity ; therefore,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

4*1 2m OBOWir LANDS SALE. THE following Lots of Una offerelfor iile by public auction, At the nnaeimen tiooed plaoe, «t Eleven o'clock, on Uie day ap« ciflod, at the npaet prioe affiled to eaen lot re« pactlvaly. (l/epoalt 10 per cent.) The jeed fM on the iwdennentioneUQU will be charged according to the foUowlflJf seals: ' Not exceeding 60 nona £1 j »bove 60 and not exceeding 800 acrea £1 «..; above 800 and not exceeding 640acres, 4110a. 8ALU AT THE POLICE OFFICE, WARWICK, ON WEDNESDAY, Iba 21th day of JULY, 1867. COUKTBX LOT#. County of Mortals; parish of North Toolbnm; near the Hallway Una. Prioe, £1 for Acre. a. r. 808 0 612 0 10 58 11 £» 18 60 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 --- - o 4T6- 0 : O <73-O; s 440 10 « 487 630 470 663 422 814 884 County of Voftflilet ill 18 61 .. 14 62 .. U 68 .. 16 64 .. 17 68 .. 18 66 ,?.. 18 68 .. 20 6# .. 21 70 .. M- 71.. 28 72 ... 84, 7< 646 0 401 2 840 0 418 0 276 0 470 0 6u6 0 464 8 882 0 882 0 682 0 611 pariah of Dairy rnple. 26 19 26 .SO...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) IPSWICH. June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

THE TENTERFIELD CftlBONlCLK. TUESDAY. JUNE 18.1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgedfrom Ike Uriibane daily paptrt.) IPSWICH. June 10. I At the Police Court, this morning, ! John Hardie charged Bjine} Linilo with | an assault. The latter waa committed for trial at the District Court. At 2 o'clock be was brought before the : District Court and a jury. Evidence having been taken, they retired for a quarter oi^an hour to consider their verdict, and having brought him in guilty be was fined £10, or, in default, one month's imprisonment. ROCKHAMPTON. June 11. The assay of quartz from the Alliance Beef, forwarded to the Sydney mint, abows a return of five and a-half ounces to the ton. , , DALbY. June 18. It is rumoured that a nugget weighing three ponnds bas been found at Cooya diggings. The reports are causing many ' people to leave the town. STDNEf. June 10. Great distress exists amoagsi the miners at Aralnen. June 11. A motion was nyde to-day in arrest of judgment, on the ground of misdirec...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

\f ARWICK ARGUS in TENIERFIELD CHRONICLE 38 poblUhed erery Tuesday ml Friday morntcgt, aad forwarded to *11 pirti of the Australian colonies. TERMS OF 8DB6CBIPTI0N. Quarterly (in tlrube) 8i. Ditto (credit) 10s. Orders o&aoeoinpMiiad by prepayment will re ceive no attentfoo. .... Qaart4r»tennii»ta Mareh, 80th June, AXfa Septamber. ani BUt December. Bobaoriheni wishing to withdraw their names from the list, will be required to ftmmrd their resignation (together with all aman) direct to theoSee at least fourteen dear dtyt before the expiration of each quarter. TKBMS FOB ADVEBTIBING. Two lines 1 6 Fanrlines , 2 0 Six line* . 0 Sight Bum 4 0 Every rfiHtliml fire Una, or. maer i 0 1<ij* and displayed advertisements u per agreemeht. A libera! discount allowed oe adrerti»en)ents ordered for la ore thanalxoctiseeBtiu insertions. Births, iiniilifliir, i. '-iln Hi, nrti tninr In the abtene* of written instructions to the contrary, adrertisemeotj will be inserted nntil Iffffl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. SIMON MAYER AT SANDY GREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

MR. SIMON HAYEK AT SANDY GREEK. Mr. Simon Mayer addressed the electors , on Friday eveuing, at Mr. BOM'S, Sandy j Orsek Hotel. There was a numerous and J orderly attendance. Mr. James was voted to tbe ebair. Mr. MATEB explained that be came 'riefore them aa no stranger; on the con trary he had heeo associated with them (or ten long yeirs, during wbioh time he had always attended to tbe main question, which was to endeavour, as.far as he could (uot being a member of the House), to protect tbeir interest*; and if they did him ' the honour to return him as tbeir represen tative, be would do tbe same and more, both ia and out of Parliament. He did not agree with the land polioy of the other two candidates; that of Mr. Cooper waa not sufficiently liberal, and that of Mr. Olark was little or no better; and if they (tbe electors) did not, at\ critical time like the present, send into the House liberal men with liberal ideas on this important question, in the long ran they and all tbe arrio...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. SIMON MAYER AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

MB. SIMON MAYER AT WABW1QK. Net being ourselves able to be present at Mr. bimon Meyer'* meetings which *?* held at the Ooort Home on Wednesday evening last, the short report published in onr issue of Friday last was furnished by a party who was present, and we inserted the same, baring no doubt of the faithfulness of the writer. It has since come to onr knowledge that the report did anything but justice to the candidate, and we now beg to make the amende honourable by (tarnishing to the public a true report of the' meeting in question. JSditon of newspapers are very often necessitated' to receive reports from sources independent of themselves, and if these reports are proved to be untruthful, it is their doty to take the first oppor tunity, which we now do, of correcting the sane, hoping that Mr. Mayer and his supporters will accept our apology. Mr. Mayer addressed the electors at the Court Honse on Wednesday evening, the ? 14th instant, there being a Urge number of .leotort and non...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TENTERFIELD AND WARWICK. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 June 1867

TENTERFIELD AND WARWICK. [COMMUNICATED.]   Now that the Railway is approaching Warwick, our neighbours in New South Wales appear to be alive to the necessity of opening a shorter and better road to connect Tenterfield with Warwick, the district surveyor, Mr. Greaves, having been sent up to inspect and report on a   new line of road which would go up the south side of the Condamine nearly to the Elbow, thence crossing the dividing range, where the country is almost level, on to Acacia Creek run, and thence directly south up Wylie Creek to where it joins the present road 25 miles from Ten- terfield. This will affect a saving of nearly 11 miles in distance on the present road, besides passing through a much better agricultural country. The only objection likely to arise is from the want of accommodation, a public house, store, and post-office being necessary. How ever, when the intention of the Govern- ment is ascertained, there will be plenty only too glad to...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

WARWICK ARGUS 'am TENTEBFIELD OHBONICLE ]B published every Tneaday and Friday tnornlcgs, and forwarded to *11 ptiti of th» A uitrallan colonies. TKBMB OF BUBSCBIPTXON. Qurtnl;(iB lifiaie) Bs. Ditto (crpdlt) 10i. Older* unaccompanied by prepayment will re cdn no attention. . . Quarter! teentaata «lat March, 80th June, 40th Saptember. and Sift ? DeoeMter. Babscribera wlihlng to withdraw their names liom the lUt frill tie jrecnlnd to forward their leilgnttlon (together with *11 iinm) direct to the offlee «tleast fourteen dear day* before tha eiplratlon of eack quarter. TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. Twoline* ..... 1 . Four line* 3 ® Sixiines ...................... 8 0 Bightlines 4 0 Ererr additional fire line*, or nnier t 0 Urge and displayed advertisement* m per agreement. A liberal discount allowed on advertisements oxtered for morethanelx oonsecutl ve insertions. Births, marriages, ar death*. Si. oacb inser tion. In the absene* of written instrnotions to the contrary, adTertiaamenta will be...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (Per favour of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE." The Editor will not be retponeible for any opi nion! or vieue exprened (|l Corretpondenlt. and will alwayl refect pertonal communica tion! untm en tutfeeti«/ puttie importance, and guaranteed by the tignature of the author. (Per favour of the Warwick Argut.) SIB,-I hare read with much pleasure a le ter in this Brisbane Courier of the 17th inst., written by Mr. Hegarty of Toowoomba, and although be seema to doubt my sincerity, yet I cordially agree with nearly ell be «xpres$es.. No oae.hat so well or ably set before us what we require, what we bare to guard against; nor bag any one spoken so impartially of the different candidates for election. Sir. Hegarty propose*, in the redistri tion of seats, that Ailora, Leyburn, and Talgni should be taken from the Eastern Downs, and formed into a newolectorate. Although I do not entirely agree yrith this, yet I think that the farmers on the Reserves, at Spring Creek, and in the township of Allora, require a represents...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THB EASTERN DOWNS ELECTION. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

THB EASTfiBK DOWNS ELEC- j TION. ! NOMINATION' DAT. The nomination of candidates to repre sent the electorate of Kastern Sown* in the new Parliament, took place here on Tneedajr at noon. Hut lings bad been specially erected for tbe occasion, as it was judged there wou'd not be sufficient room in the Oourt House to currj out the'pro oeedings properly, and afford accommoda tion for tne Ikige assemblage anticipated to be present. Tbe weather, however, proved moat uopropitious, the rain coming down, .. it baa none for about twelve hours previously, with a cold, uncomfort able steadiness. It being, therefore, impossibleto conduct the proceedings out of doors, the Beturning-oflioer decided to ante nee Cfthe Court Bouse, which was densely crowded before twelve o'clock, and many Mn unable to gain admission. At tbe appointed hour, The Bunnurmo-OFHCKB (D. M. Sin nm, Esq., P.M.) rose, and elated that that was the third time within nine mouths on which tbdy had met to elect a representative to ...

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