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

>wrtl«w<irfev* ? »?! ? oil 1UM." ,... I axemen. Apply. BIS bin, NEWTON BOYD, near Oka InnM. .488 ? + ? « iWfrnnn in't < STRAYED, from Mr. Mthbtilge'e Yard, on YESTERDAY EVENING (Thursday), »8 AY MARK, with wddle and bridle on, branded JJ end JM on neir ahoalder. f : , Any it JMrJ. Letbbridge'a, Downi HotevWerwick. 421' ENCEES "WANTED AT TALGAI. Apply at BEAD STATION. 419 £2 REWARD! ^ STRAYED, . LIGHT GtGHOBHE, »b<mt 17 buili, branded JM-eoqUlMfl,' hot toy legible. - The ebore Bemud will to paid pf <«1irary of the aeme to . Mr. HABBIS, finUInipector of Pollae . , Werwlck,.' *3>SWAfiD. LOST, . DARK BAY MABE, Uadkjxrfnt., branded WK OHKBtlUf OOLT, C ever C near ilnaMer, lilt eaen near the Heifer Station. TbsaboroBeward will he paid to anyone bringing thrm to fee,*r 80a. foreitber cftham BlOHAjtD 8BWELL, v - : Wantler-atml, 499 Warwick. Australian Joint Stock Bask. THIS BANE wtii be CLOSED on MONDAY, the tat proximo, for the usual half-y...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 June 1867

RIBS tsr WihobFhjht Mt-AH Oboc. tiToBT Awiffluririv*.^-There are faw married men who are not advene to aeeing their wive* kieeed, bat an exchange relate* the partieujara of a' tttf#, in wbich a newly wedded Benedict felt fataaelf ineultea leoiw bfa/wUt ween't kieeed. The bride groom in' .flueetion w a atalwert young rustio, who was ^koown u a formidable oper«tor_inj» ft%e fight. Hiiwifewaia Mtntifolanf blooming'young country girl, only aixteen year*' oT age, and the twain wen riKiSwrty when a number of young folluj*p«enjojiDgthem»e1reiin the good. old-fiSblonid pawn-playing atyle.v B»iW girl ;n ihe room was called oat and. Jawed, except B.. the beautifulyonag bride afore aaid^ todTelthjWgh"fb«r»* war not- a yonSiter preaept wjio wti nrn dylhg U> taite aer lipe, they wen retrained by the proenee of her herculean hoiband, who etood regarding the party with a sullen look pt dTuatiafafitioiv, They mietoojc the cause, however, for eaddenjy fa* ejpreued into the middle iff th$ room, an...

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

GREAT ATTRACTION!!!' IMPORTANT REDUCTJONtN-FLflllR. DAVIS, HARRIS HATE much pleasure in announcing to . the. inhabitants .of Warwick and the iur rounding P^tricU, tint tbCy ate now in receipt of their WINTER GOODS, ?MBBionra aix thi fkklfiita urf l|f Hturn. ' The whole having bees purchased for CA8H in the SYDNEY & MELBOURNE MARKETS, They era prepared to offer them at such exceedingly mw wwmm That maat defy competition, and intending bnyers mb .particularly invited io call and . . inspect their extentWe aha 9»md JUsMtownt «f f&trniA ^mhauHist, miwx® mjrceasim blsmtmbeb. DAVIS, HARRIS & CO. eg to call the apecial attention of the Ladies of the District to this announcement, ia in offering tneto the undermentioned GOODS beg to atate that the whole «f their WOINIT10S @T@©C£ Hai been aeleeted by their Mr. Davis in the beat markets, with due regard to NOVELTY AND FASHION, Winrejs, assorted colours and textures Wool and gala plaids Cobtuws, all cobtirs French merin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 June 1867

Pcbboxal Appbabakoi OP THOMAS asv JOHN OtAhKg.-WbfD the (wo unhappy oriminale were t-roogbt into the comnon room of the debtors' priaon (taraed tempo rarily into a police court), notwithstanding ?11 that bad been beard by many ai to the appearance,oftbe Clarke^ the first feeling teemed to be one of 4lenn enrpriae. No one, judging from the eomely, but rather atnpid, face of Thomas Clarke, or i'run tbe lea. agreeable hot f.r from ill-favored leatnrea of hie brother, John, aould em .oppose that they werp, Jnd«d/the persons jT' danpg Bujdeed* bereaoiongdia f»ced tbe colony-Thomu Clarke, espe. 5 JS0* ** V. were tie yunger f'_? ®»omaa Clarke ia a rather abort, «Srif w i ' young nan, with iigbt brown bair and-a ctirly beard. HU face u broad ; the now being at might, and well formed ; the month fall, bat far from aenanal «,r ferocious jB it* ea creation. Tbe other features are more or Jen plewine. fupm, however (of* doll blue or grey), fail toconrey «Dy jdea of intelligent, or mental eoewy,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MONDAY, JULY 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

MOKDA.r, Jclt 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) William Witcombe, charged with drun kenness, p'.eaded guilty, and was din charged with ft oautioa.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DISASTROUS FLOODS. LOSS OF LIFE AND GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. Abridged from the S.M Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

DISASTROUS FLOOD8. Loss OF LIFE AXD GIIEAT DESTRUCTION OF PBOPEBTT. Abridged from the S.M Herald. It is again our paiuful duty to record floods of a most disastrous character, in tho Nepean, the Hawkesbury, and the Hunter, consequent on the late heavy raius-floods greater than thoee wliisn Imve laid waste, from time to time, the fertile districts above named. The anxiety felt in Sydney to know the effect was in creased to intensity from the silence of the * telegraph lines, North, South, and ' West. Telegraphic communication with Wind- | ?or and the northern stations has been entirely suspended since half-past TO a.m. on Friday ; the interruption being caused , by the heavy flood damaging the lines be tween Blacktown and Windsor. The cross-country line, via Batburst, Mudgee, and Murrurundi-which was constructed on the recommendation of Mr. Cracknel!, in order to provide communication with the northern stations when the Windser line is rendered useless by flood*-4s washed away at the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. Fbidax, JDSE 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) CATTLE STEALING. Thomas Brown was brought up, charged with stealing a red and white bullock, the property of Donald M'Intosh, of Spring Greek. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and WM defended by Mr. Osenham. Donald M'Intoah, being aworn, stated that on the 10th of Jube he missed one of his bullocks. It was a red and white bullock, branded PC on near, shoulder. He eubsequently beard from the neigh bours that prisoner bad driven the bullock away. In consequence of this information a warrant was issued for prisoner's arrest. By Mr. Osenham: Had 'stated that he believed prisoner bad takbn the bullock by mistake. Acling-Sergeant Gallagher deposed to arresting prisoner, who, in answer to the charge, aaid it was all right. , Upon the application of Mr. Harris Sub-lospector of Police, the prisoner .was remanded till Tuesday (this day) for further evidence, bail being allowed.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

SYDNEY. June 24. ] Five lighten bave been driven ashore it Newcastle. Two of them foundered. Several boat* bave sunk at their moorings. The breakwater i» seriously damaged. The Mutgrave railway atation is buried in water to the top of the arches; the bridges on the line are auliaerged, and impassable. The boatmen worked wonder fully in the rescue*. June 25. The Clarke* were executed at nine o'clook this morning. They died in stantly; they expressed peuitence, but made no confession. The bodies were given up to their relatives for interment. June 20. The flood* .(« subsiding. Eight hundred people are receiving re lief in the Maitland district. _ There is great distress in the Hunter district. Fearful floods have taken place at Araluen. Eleven hundred diggers are receiving relief.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MARYBOROUGH. Jane 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

MARYBOROUGH. Jane 27. I A most exciting scene to-day at the 1 nomination. Meaira. Walah and Melrille were proposed. The show of bands was ] declared in favour of Walsh. Melville ' demands ? poll. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

GREAT ATTRACTION! ! ! IMPORTANT RED&CTIQW (EH FLOOR* MTE, IlARRIi and ?0«, HA.T15 niucb pleasure in announcing to the inhabitants of Warwick and the bun rounding Districts, that they are now in reccipt of their WINTER GOODS, LliBIUCINY. AL1. TIIB The whole having been purchased for CASH in the SYDNEY & MELBOURNE MARKETS, They are prepared to offer them at such exceedingly &®w wmmm That must defy cooipetiti6n,and intending buyers are particularly in\ itcd to call and inspect their extensive ana WmM JtssM'twwt of $ciral Igjmtafe, " ? PBIOB TO fflEGEASmS SISEOTSK. . . ----- * DAVIS, HARRIS & CO. Beg to call the special attention of tho Ladies of the District to this announcement, and in offering them the undermentioned GOODS beg to state that the whole of their ® T ?> © C£ Has been aeleeted by their Mr. Davis in the best markets, with due regard to NOVELTY AND FASHION. Winceys, assorted colours And textures Wool and gala plaids Coburgs, all coburs Fre...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

MELBOURNE. June 24. j u is reported tbat a new line of full I power nontblr steamers, between Liver- I pool and Melbourne, will commence run ning this month. j

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MUTUAL HELP IN MONEY MATTERS. (From the Australa[?]n.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

MUTUAL H1CI.P IN MONEY" MATTERS. IFrot* Ike Avitrahtiicn.) The mere announcement of an intention on the pait of the Ku liuli Government to guarantee a tail way loan for a ConditeraU'd Canada; drew from an esteemed Sydney contemporary ou esjtreBsion of opinion that England.might perhaps do the like far «f Confederated AiRtraliu--wv to complete the railways aircaHy strrtiihing Tih their arms from each of the four ci.p'tals, tiiid liy filling up the blanks perfect a comiuunica tion which, apart from oil nd vantages ijf ? commerce np j settlement,' w<>uld lie in valuofc'e from a niilitury yoint of vi>;wt if any one of the capitals or their adjacent liarbuura chouid he tubnuofti by a foreign Ipe. Whether England might or might not lend a guarantee of the kind we wilt not now discuss; but the mere mention of the thing naturally suggest! the idea, whether the Auntralinn cctonics might not advantageously combine, (he strong with the weak, nod do for «aob other, in souio fas...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. JULY 2,1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

Tint farwtcfi cltr{)tt*» TENTERFIELD CHEONICLK. TUESDAY. JULY 2,1B67. THE general elections ate now almost i completed throughout tbe colony, and the j new Parliament will soon rofet for tbe ] despatch of business. It is high time that the.-affairs of tbe colony should receive some attention at the present juncture, and we hope that tbe late Ministry will resume office, and be enabled to command that support in tbe House which will facilitate tbe business, and* tend to the general welfare of tbe colony. The land question, as was anticipated, seems to have been the main question upon which tbe different candidates de pended for their success, coupled with the advocacy of those local advantages invariably claimed by each constituency. Of course the qpme antagonism will continue between the Northern and Southern portions of tbe colony with regard to tbe expenditure of the public money, but we have very little fear that the former will return tbat amount of influence into the House whic...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWCASTLE. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

NEWCASTLE. June 26. ! Toe floods are aubstdtog. It was reported on Monday, avBathunt, that a shepherd of Mr. Rotton*s was drowned, and eight hundred eheep lost.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

FTWRTTSCMENLS. LOST, last SATURDAY EVENING, at vS the Court House, a Silver-mounted BIDING WHIP, tlaqk. The finder will be rewarded on deliver ing it to D: M. SINCLAIR, P.M. lit July, 1867. 62B A WANTED, THOROUGH GBOOKR. None bnt a competent hand need apply. 630 DAVIS, HA11K1S, & 00. ' WANTED, 1 Afk W)OD»8PICK'tad 6UOVBL MEN. XUU and good AXEMEN. Apply. Big lUII, NEWTON BOYD, near Glen I tinea. 483 FENCEBS WANTED at TALGAL Apply at HEAD 8TATION. 416 Notice to Ratepayers. Mb. WILLIAM WARREN Is appointed Acting Town Clerk. Any parson wishing to p»y Itia rate* will And the oinoe open from JO to 12 a.m., and 9 to 9 p.m. Mr. WariWa receipt will be considered a sufficient discharge lot rata paid. Bigned, J AMISS MORGAN; Mayur. Town Hall, lit July, 1H67. £21 To Carpenters, &c. Education Office, Brisbane, 87th Jane. 18G7. THE Board of Education will receive ontil WEDNESDAY. Still July proximo, "I en ters for the EHICCilON of « 8CHOOL-HQUSK and TEACH ICR'S RESIDENCE at Alton,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) Courier office, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgii/rom Ika Briibant daily paperi.) Courier office, June 28. [A memorandum kindly forwarded from the local telegraphic office, conveyB the melancholy intelligence that Captain Greer, of the Agnes Irring, reported at Grafton having seen great numbers of spars floating along the coast. Off Broken Bay be saw cattle, horses, and human bndies floating about; also, large quantities of agricultural produce.]

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LEYBURN POLICE COURT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY, JUNE 24. (Before G. W. Eliott, Esq., P.M) HOUSE STEALING.—The prisoner M'Re[?], on the application of Sergeant While, was again remanded for seven days. THURSDAY, June 27. (Before G. W. Elliott. Esq., P. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

LBYUURN P0U015 COU11T. (FOOM OCB OWN COBEESPOMDENT.) MONDAY, J ONE 24. (Before G. VV. Eliott, Ksq., P.M ) HOUSE STEALING.-The priiuiicr M'Rea, on the application of Sergeant While, was again remanded for seven days. Thdrbdat, Jbhe 27. m»r,.r« a vv R.ii.itt Em.. P.M.^ Adurn M'Gregor. J»mM Castles, James Derm, Andrew Rimnmr, unl Julin WtLe fiel't, were brought before ilie Bench, charged Willi liuviug 7500 ebnop in tlieir pnssesaion, tbe property of Mr. George Clark, of Warwick. Sergeant Francis, of tho Warwick police, upun being sworn, elated tbit . warrant the one now'produced to the court-was handed to him for exeoution by Mr. Sub Inspector Harris on the 26th instant, and that in oumpany with Mr. Clark be aaw (wo flocka of ebeep near Leyburn, between eight and nine o'clock that morning. The sheep were examined, and found tn answer the description given in (be warrant branded O near cheek. A. portion of them Were identified in each flock by Mr. Clark aa his property. I then took poss...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry. JERUSALEM! JERUSALEM! [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

Itoty* JERUSALEM 1 JERUSALEM! Jerusalem! JernsaUm I" Proud eily ol tbe put, Thy prince wall# are broken down, Tliyglury overcast 1 _ Yet, in all tlieir many wand'rings O'er distant lauds and HI, Thy tribes still olitig affectionately, Jerusalem, totliee. Jerusalem! Jerusntem! We trust (be dsy'e breaking 'When from tbe dream of onlielief, Tii} mourning sons awaking 1 8ball by ? IDVW (rod be brought, To tee hiefAtti agcin, And obJ;JiBW'A»|iprlyXwi«V 1 could be wjtu them then! 'f. I \ Jerusalem ] Jerusalem! long to aee J ebovii's firomisos fulfilled Id a|| concerning tbee ! When, Ajessisb long expeotod, Shall oim.e wiib power end oiigtit, And Jaw and Geniile both kball own Bin Sovereign, with deligbt. Jerusslem! Jeratilem I Wbere monarch! lived and died, This Kartb eball see thee once again In more than ancient pride 1 No more neglected and eppreit, My darksome days all past, At long foretold, lion' great shell be Thv trlnrv at the last. B. HAYDEN. Mercbosle, Ornripe, New South WIIM, J...

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TOOWOOMBA. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

TOOWOOMBA. June 26. | xne race* commenced here to-aay, nod were tolerably successful. M'Fadden's Spanker carried off the Maiden Plate; Nell G-wyne won the Stewards' Handicap ; D. Donoghue'e Cooransa bore awav the Toowoomba Cup ;*and the Selling Stakes fell to Beeswing. The polling for the electorate of Dray ton and Toowoomba took place yesterday. The return* from the outside districts did not come in till late laat night. The official' declaration of the poll took place ta?day. The numbers polled were ua fol: Iowa; TOOWOOMBA. Groom 260 Bobinson... . 63 DBAYTON. Groom 63 Bobiaton ... 43 HISHFIRLDB. Groom >rt 67 Robinson 6 Totals.-For Groom, S70; for Bobinson. 103. Mr.'Groom bas therefore been returned by a majority of 267. At Highflelda 11 informal votes were given. J.une 27. The attendance at the races to-day W&b large, and the weather fine. Sir Bioderick was first in the Hurdle Bace, and Barney in the Hurry Scurry. For the Corinthian Cup there was a mag nificent race-Fra...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 July 1867

ADELAIDE. June 26. | JJumeld'a Victorian Mill, at Gawler, was destroyed by fire on (Sunday night. I Ten thousand bushels ot wheat, and one I thousand ton*"of flour, besides a Targe quantity of bran and pollard, were burned, or otherwise rendered unfit for use. Tha editor of the Qutentland Timet publishes in th* issae of (hat paper of Tnuilay hit * lengthy reply to tho state ments with reference to thai gentleman j made l>y Mr. Manalister on Monday, at the declaration of the pull. Appearing in the ndvertising columns of that paper, this reply eaeapod, for . time, oar notice. Tbo pith of tbo contradiction ie contained in the following paragraph:-" Although £ do not think there ii anything to be ashamed-of in applying to the Bxscutive of this conn try for employment in the public service-and although I maintain that, hud I myself done eo, your remarks on Saturday ironM still have been unwarranted-yet-ai you and your colleagues, past and present, know very well-neither to the Executi...

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