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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

TO SIMON MAYER, Esq. SIR,-We, tbe undersigned, bave the honour to request that yon will allow yourself to be pot in Nomination for elec tion as Representative for Warwick in tbe next Parliament, and in tbe event of your doing so, we pledge ourselves to as* every effort to secure your election. We ere, Sir, . Your obedient servants, Samuel G vend en Thra. M'Cabe "William Greiner Robert Steele Philip Moefser 0. Gilm Fred. 8. Grey George 8eabrook W. Lyons Fred. Strickman Owen* Lambert B. Ooggina Jobs Collins W. Burgess Jobn Sheehan R. Burnett nilliam Hawker William Wells Jacob Horwiti J. Conquest Julius Otto B. Moeser Owen Jarrett . A. M'Q. Simpson G, M'KSnley 428 To the Electors of Warwick. fiENTLEMEN,--I thank yon for tbe Vj Requisition which you bave just handed me, and I cheerfully comply with your wishes by offering myself as a can didate for tbe representation of Warwick in the ensuing Parliaments Although in reality tbe first in the field, I regret that circumstances of a privat...

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

G1 To the Electors of the. Eastern Downs. A8 you, Gentlemen, were prvrented by a frtj noisy perron* .on Thursday evening from hearing my remarks upon the Land Policy, I take this opporunity of placing - before you the measures which X believe Will .vendues to the productive settlemenfevf the colony. These measures while nofc'tfntfrely sacrificing one interest will enabl£ iaother to grow up in its place X would advocate the: proclamation of all (be Reserves*pp the Westorq side (the Railway, recommended in Mr. Bill's the Selector of Reserves) report, but in creasing the tn&ximum from 820 acres to 2560 acres'. This( with the reservation,of the already-.proclaimed large area on the Eastern side of the Bail way, would eecur© a very large tract of picked land for agricultural pu*j>oses,un<lBr free selection before survey. The lands outside these areas should be at once surveyed in loU of 60 to 2560 acres and put up to auction, and if not sold within a month, placed u...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERF1ELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. Jane 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

[arwtcfr <|§$f<)tw» TENTEBF1ELD CHRONICLE. S BID AY. JUNE £1.1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (AtrU/tifrom tit Briiiene daily faprrt.) j BOOKHAMPTON. Jane 15. Several nuggets have been touijd during the week at Crocodile Greek; one weighed nine ounce*. , Six unoffending blacfca bare been ahot dead and aix wounded by native troopers on the ootfkSrt* of Moriniab township. j A public meeting has been held at j Moriiuihto proteat againat thia conduct of the police. In coniequence of report* received' from the digging! near Nanango, etaiing j that there are eome three hundred persona on the ground, at the junction of Com and Yarramaa CreeVi, badly off fur proriiiom. Mr. Commissioner Seymour atarted yeaterday lor that piece. He < will inquire penonally into the facte, and nport to the Government immediately.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TOOWOOMBA. June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

TOOWOOMBA. June 18. I Th* imm bare been postponed for a week In consequence of the wetness of i the weather. fleiry rein is falling to- 1 Tayltr and B. Hamiay were I ntarned to-da^ for tbe Western Downs without opposition.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

SYDNEY. June 14. ] The m»Q bring* intelligenco that it is unlikely that Hib Erctellency Sir John Tonne will be removed from the colony until the niual term of office expires. Nothing ia jet known with reference to Bertrand'a caw. Three men, laat nigbt, made * desperate attempt to «ic*pe from the look-up at the Central Police Station. They were detected getting through the roof, - In the cue of Hogin T. CurtU, with reference to the face that was to have taken place between Sir William Don and Fool, the judgment hai been reserved.

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

DIED. At his late residence, Warwick, on the 16th June, Thomas Tyrrell, native of Tyrrellspass, County ef Westmeath, Ireland, in his 49th year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 June 1867

OB SALB about'Two Too* of POTATOES, r, (ratn Mew. EogUnd, WANTED, n <\f\ QOOD MOK«?S«OVBL MEN. 11)1) ud ffood ASHMEN Apply. Big Bm. NEWTDN Bom »Mt. 01«b Innw. ? NOTICE.   WHEREAS, by virtue of the powers contained in a certain Bill of Sale, executed by Mr. Alfred Mallalieu, late proprietor of the debts, &c., connected with the said Newspaper. All persons indebted to the said Alfred Mallalieu with reference to the said Newspaper are re- quested to pay the amounts of their respective debts to Messers. Cowton and Irwin, who are authorized by the Mortgagees to give proper receipts for the same.       By order of the Mortgagees, - R. G. FULLER, Solicitor. June 17th, 1867. 495 £9 EE WARD. ... T OST. a DARK bStJWIW. I j brand'd WM Dear ebonlder«a OUraNy 1 OOLT, C oT«r C neat ebonlder, Uet-iean near 1 NOTICE. LICENSED pnUioane-w* wwinded .tbat uale« »h. artE* «T *. MifflitratM* toROtbtt wltfl ^ W® *° o» i.r »,efc« the SO...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE The electioneering mania having not yet ceased, we are reduced to the necessity of claiming the indulgence of our readers for the non-supply of general and local news, as well as of leading articles. But in order to afford a " fair field and no favour" to every candi- date, no have deemed it necessary to publish as much of their speeches as is practicable with the staff at our disposal. We must there- fore be pardoned for not furnishing, as has been onr wont, an extensive epitome of colo- nial, general, and English news. We observe that our young contemporary the Examintr and Times has already changed hands, the new proprietary being Messrs. R. A. Cowton and S. Irwin, two practical men, and we hope they will reap that material benefit which their enterprising spirit deserves. A number of communications on the eleo- | tions have been unavoidably exoluded, owing j to the pressure of other matter, and we have no doubt onr correspondent! will eeo that It was impossibl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL ANS DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

ARRIVAL ANh DRHAUTUBR OK TlIK MMI.P. AKHrVAI.8. Wttm Maryland, rtrrv Tvttd**. nl 1 p.m , and tvtry Saturday at t p.m. " firiitiai and Ipnrith, via Drayton, by Oobb't eoarhre. every 7ii*tday, Thurf day. and Saturday, at t pjm. a, Leyburn, via T'ln 11 LHggingt.ettry Wed nttday, at noon. DKTAKTURKS. for Maryland, etery Monday, at 8 a.m,, and retry Thurtday, at 4 p.m. Sritbant and Tptwich, lit Drayton, every Monday, Wednttday, and Friday, by CoU't coaehtt, at 9 Mi. . Wantiek to Lrybvrn, ntry Thurtday, at 4 a.m jr.A-£flltn mutt bt fotted at tht Country (*JUft half a* tour preoiout to tht Hint $red tor the detpatth of mailt, but latt lettert will bt rteeioei to vithin a quarter of an hour, upon a fat of a tixptnny itamp bring qfflxtd to tech Ittter. Jfnttptpert art required to (i petted ont hour htjort tht tin appointed fot elating tht mailt. Tht Fuptieh mail tlrtet on or about tht \7th ./ entry month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

WARWICK ARGUS tenterfibld CHRONICLE 18 nobUahed overy Tae"day and Fri^y Step. f<«w«<l«a to .11 part, of the A uilrallah'colonlei. TKKM8 OP fHJBgCBIPMOH. Quarterly*'" »!»»») <»r««TWona^wpwi'eil'bT Payment nil! re '^S£«fc£»M* a0lU 3aDt> the Sao* mleeit ftauteenjdear daya before ^ aaplwtion of each garter. TfetniS TOB ADVEfii'lSnra. TwolinM " I 5 Fottr lines 2 J Sis Hnw .. ...... * 0 " iww" juMnid *i» **»' It^TMa? «£&£? M >* 'p,uiuc^i aiaww diowea AarorttaewMiU nroat be "»* b, oo^u esturtay, j'loprietor. ., job Tim P«opriitoTl®f tu« atoc* Ai^ot beg« to announce ^ rttreaMMrt" tbed1*1T1. tliat ha la prepared to execute . eifry deicriptlon of 1 , flaw jittf' With oeatneai and joppatch, etjmoder&jtp juicea VIZ s-r .. , 1 ,:.. ; .: CARDS, CATALOGUES. 4JI&0VLARS. I .MiELS, BECEIPT * DELIVERV; BOOBS _XK»duK BOOKS, ' -' ? Of till 'tizet. plain end njed, (^ . ' , . &e, :4ft, &c- ,v ..:, AUSTRALIAN JOINTiSrOpKBANK. TK...

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE TUESDAY. JUNE 25.1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

TENTBBFIELD CHRONICLE. TTCSDAY. JUNE 28.1867. TBI re-election, by a large majority, of the Hon. JOB* Doooua u representative of the Eastern Down* electorate baa proved thai in tbi* district the reign of aquatter dom hM entirely oeasod. "We will not assert that Mr. QUD advocated or believed in the view* whioh his brother squatters wonld desire to aee carried into effect; bnt having become a candidate solely under their auipioea, the liberal riewa he enunciated on the alMmportant land qneation fell upon, the eara of the .lector* aa an empty Bound. They would not give credence to Mr. OBEXir'a political integrity on each a grave matter, aa he waa allied to a claw of men who would be cutting their own throata by granting the landa to the people under termi ao liberal. Mr. GBUH holds Very favoarable and popular views on the other gnat political questions of . the day, .but these wen alco thrown aaide by the determined desire of tbe elector* to support the MACALISTXB Ministry. Mr. Gams is ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to thtie tfgt'our Account* for th« quarter ending 81«< Starch hut are now in eourte ofdtUvery, and we hope they trill be lettled «rithout the leott delay. Thou in arreart will iemdfy oblige «* by a prompt tettlement, a* our requirement! muet be obvioHt to. them. C Thit being the proper time for payment ef tube triptioni in advance, tee truet omr. friend* Icttl aelrnowMge the feet by tend ing rtmittemeet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

-wSmsr rr. aa GOOD.' PICK, and BHOVBL MSN , . UU and mod AXEMEN. Apply, Bif Hill, NEWTON .BOYD, our . .Glen Innee. its £2 BEWABD~ ~~ QTBAYED, * UQUT GIG HOBSB,. about ? ' i £7 bande* branded JM conjoined, pot nrj ^ThVabore toward "111 lie paid oa delivery SuL-lnwectorof Polios ' ( Waririok. . £3 EKWABDT" ' OST.aDABK BAT MARE, blaok polnte, j brsoi'd WM qgar .boulder ( a OHEfiNU r . BOLT, O orerC cur abonlder, l»t Man near the HeUer Station. i ? ? The aboW Bewari will be paid to anr one ? bringtagtlirm to DM. at SOi. tor aith«r of them BIOHABD SSWELL, Waiitley-rtraet, 411 i- Warwick. Warwick Jockey Club. ' ?NT#ANOWi to ba made wider oorer. »d . 5 flmaedto the Secretary, eooloelng Quail i -.» .[ ,».. . .Hon.»wi»Uijr. TBA BAt&B ben wiU CLOSE oa WED MEsl»A?Jc THUESDAY #E&T, tt IX '^anrlB^iBa tt. IM7; , 610 A- BELBCT BAM/Juid SUPPER will ' fee M«l at tba Globe Ifl». on WED NEBDAT^^a 2?th ioilant. . . . Bihgle Ticket St., doable do. 7«.. .... fiokflli to.tw ^ied, at the Ol...

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EASTERN DOWNS ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

EA.8TKRN DOWNS ELECTION. I,. DEOLABATION OF THE POLL. Yesterday, at 11 o'clock, the Saturnine Officsr (D. M. Sinclair, Esq.) appeared -on the fiustinga to declare tbe aaeoeuful candidate to represent the Extern Down* jiq the next Parliament. He waa received .midstloudcheers, which, having subsided, he read, this atate of the poll a* follows: WAEWKJK. The HOD. John Douglas 58 lllr. 0. H. Green 88 1XL0BA. The Hon. John Douglas 68. Mr. 0. H. Green 17 X.KTBVBH. The Hon. John Douglaa _. 28 Ur. 0. H. Green ... 10 OLEHBLO. The Boo. John Douglaa 7 Mr. C. H. Green 11 IVOLIWOOD. The Hon. John Douglaa nil Mr. 0. H. Green 1 Total majority for Douglaa ... 69 Tlis Hon. ST. GCOBOE B. GOBI came forward on behalf of Mr. Douglaa (who waa absent), and thanked the elector* for the proud poiition in which Mr. Douglaa had been placed through their suffrages. He was glad to welcome his colleague back again to his place in the Legislative - Assembly. He justified the policy of the Government in reference t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. vttttigtnct. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

jjwat iMvttttigtnct. Euwxio* warn Mom BtttMm-ltefkllMr lnf ii tfa* rwtltof Ik* pall for Vara B<lkb»>ii ee 8Blerdiy*wt-teeelieJ ty Ideghw i Fuck " BW VDhMt «u FritthMt 60S Braak«.. W OiBpten « M Oooto «. Smyth M KKWLT ELVOTBD KBKBEK8. Bulk BiidtH: Hob. T. KlUfkni. Horth BriibuMi Mr. T. "P. Pack ul Dr. O'Doghartf. Fortiladi Valley i lloa. 0. lillaj. tparlok; Baa. A. Maaaliitar, Or. OhalHaar, and Mr. J. UMtfkj. BanaU: Hon. & Prim*. ul B.& Maa Extent Down*. Hon. J. Dengiaa. Wntara Down*: Mr. Jt. Taylor u4 Mr. B. WU« Bvi &ii'Whil BHatt.. I PwtOorUi: Mr. A. H, Nmr. O 'lng to till length of oar report of tli» nomination proceedings, we hair* boon nesea eltated to exolnde aeraral adTertieementu, com maiiiattlona, and matter to typo harlof re-. bitiM |o the Warwiok election, Wo nnderatand that the atewardi of the Jockey Olob lira daoided not to poitpone tha ' animal raoea, notwithstanding th« unfaTour abla weather which haa lately pnr4M. and which hii re...

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WABWICK ELECTION. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

WABWICK KLEOTION. IfOimrATIO* BAT. Yesterday (the day appointed for the nomination of candidates for the town electorate) mi somewhat more propitious, a* fares the weather was concerned, than the day selected for the same purpose in connection with the Eastern Down* elec tion. It may be that the fate of a Minister fir Works not being at stake, the gentle man who holds that offioe in the Atmos pheric Legislature did not feel himself called upon to interfere, as on ,the pre vious occasion. Consequently the Water works were not called into play, and the proceedings were conducted from the hustings. There was a pretty numerous attendance, ? and with the exception of 'dsn well-known individual's continued in Wrriiption.tbe proceedings were conducted 1 in a remarkably orderly manner. j . t Ai(i2o'clock precisely, " Itr. JiVta Mobqiv, the Returning- - iug-officer, appeared at his post, and after waiting two or three minutes for the ap pearance: of the several candidates, said it was his du...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDANCE TO THE ENLIGHTENED ELECTORS OF WARWICK (Per favouor of the Warwick [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

ORIGINAL OOBBBS PONDENO& ih MHter will not I* ruponiMh fir «*y epf- ? men# of riivi txprttud by Oormpmdtttr. ; wni wUI ml»fi n}*el ptrtonal e»mm>m*ca» . ' Mnu mIiii m nUMi«/ puMie r an' fHriilfij ijf itt* ' *Mbr. l« ,-TO THE BNUQHTBtljU) BLBOTOBS » OP WA&WIQS. . !...« >n (Af fanur ./ ill ffurm'et ArgibtY - ''"Fellow-Elector*, - There. ~"&H ' jplHIea abroad nht, by their procefUre, mSpmv aid writings, exiocutlcilly.aisume 'that the;' people of Wsrwlok - Do frith their think..' Jng at'tbey de with theit washing, vis,- ' pat it out. SaohanoM.fsnot Mr. <?v dark. Hi atowedly ooines before yon and IMwIII yea m intelligent and think-" lag men. Hb -p*lidy and prinoiples in (if not the &nt in the field) only intelligible oaee bened to the pnblio^ end of so definite end liberal aoaste that they at once received universal approval and oomminded oonfi denoe from the «noet eosptical one*. T»o other caedidates bave appeared b» fere yoa, on of whose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

TO SIMON' MAYER, Esq. SIR,-.We, tlie tin lersigtied, have tlie honour to request that you irill allow yourself to he put i i Nomi >ati<m fur elec tion as Bepreseniative fo" Warwick in tlie tie* ^Parliament, an J in the event of your doing to, we pledge ouraeveB to use every effort to reenre your election. We are. Sir, Your obedient servants, Basnet Evinden Tiros, M'Cske William Gi iner Robert Steele Philip Moeser C. Gilm Fred* S. Grey George Sca'irook W. Lyons. Fred Stripktnsn Owe# Lambert B, fogging John Collins W, Burgess JTobn Blieehan It Bumelt AillUm Hawker William Weill Jacob Horwita J, Oouqnest ? Juliua Otto B. Moeser Owen Jarrett A. M'G. Simpson G. M'Kioley 423 To the Electors of Warwick GENTLEME&-I thank you for the Requisition which yon hare jurt fatndedme, and I obeerfully comply with your wishes by offering myself as a can didate for the representation of Warwick in the Milling Parliament. Although in reality the first in the field, I! regret that c...

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LEYBURN POLICE COURT.OLFROM A CORRESPONDENT.))... ” MONDAY, JUNE 17. (Before G.W.Eliott [?] P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

LErg^NPOLlOECQirKr. ' (MOM ,A co*MFoiri>Kjrr,) . . . " MwruiT, Jmnc 17. fBetn fi. W. EIifltt. £10.. P.M.) John M'B*e brotjgbl up on *(ia picion of taring olewn stolen bones in bis poiMwkm, Tbe'apprehending con. .table, Sergeant White, stated that from instruotioni jtehad received be took the. prisoner ^ch'srge, about three or four., miles from Lejburn on tbo pre nous even- _ ing. Tbfi pnsoper stated tut tbe bones..' were his pirn property, having purchawd them about t£reo months ago on the. Jondamu station from one Boderick M'Dodafor twenty pounds. About t month prevails to tbo present time be . lost the hones from Oanbeoys, and wu ' told by some. buliock drivers that tbe horses were & (be dupction of Leyburn. Upon he^gaMtod kftoroduqe the receipt ot tbe hopes, lie said net he had lost tbe receipt in the JDondamine river. On the application of .Mr. Sub -Inspector Harrii, the prisoner wis demanded lor serai days, for additional evidence.

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Tuesday June 18 (Before G. W. Eliott. [?]. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 June 1867

- TnntiiV .Tim Ifl ffiefoM G. W: Kliott. Bui.. P.M.) "William Banaon pleaded guilty to the charge of/illegally detaining a mare, the property of one William Johnson. The mare wan ordered to be delirered to the owner in twenty-four boor*. Mich set ' Fogarty and June* Fisher wore charged by Jainee Castles with baring stolen a red and white apottedr eteer, the property of hia eon, William"; John CatUes. After bearing the wftole of the eridenie, the Bench dismissed Jaines KAtr'i and, in refeffebee to Fogarty, semarkedthat there Sras unques tionably reasonable gftrandi for bringing him np to "toifwer "tie" Charge preferred against kit ^IxnililiilW, lif ttoifiht there was not.-sufficient evidence before the court tit Warrant him tosend 'the case before a JUJT.' The prisoner wastben, dischiigea. . -t'-*-. I may hen mention that Mr. Sub Inspector Harris, when on hie late periodical visit to Lejburn, Goondiwindi,. &o., rewired the information that led to the apprehension of the priso...

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