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ROCKHAMPTON. July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

BOCKHAMPTON. July-#. | The Clermont mail baa not arrived in eonaeqnence of the Mackenzie River being flooded.' The third annual exhibition' of the Queensland Paitoral Society waa held at Springaur* on the 22nd instant. There -waa a lane number of exhibit*. The aociety'a eilver medala for imported aheep were awarded to the New Zealand and Auatralian Company. The prize* for the beit pen* of colonial bred aheep were awarded to O. and P. Sutton, G. N. Griffith*, and Scott and hompaon. The prize* for the aeeond-'be»t pen* were awarded to B. Trarart, P. Macintosh, and 0. F. Dulton. The prixe fur the beat colonial bull waa Awarded to P. Macintosh. -4 1 The Cardbiign Cup, value £60, pre aented by Mr. Archibald B. Buchanan,, for the beat pen of five nma under twelve months old. bred in the Mitdtoll, Leich> - hard, Port Curtia, or Kennedy diitricta, waa awarded to C. and - F. Dutton, for a pen of ram* bred in the district.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL OCft/NCIL. A quarterly meeting of tliii body *»« hflvl ye»l«T,l*y afternoon, according to «be pr»tiiiiuiii of the Munieipaliiiea Act, for tbe purpura <if reviling tlie proceeding of tlie peat qmrier, and also (o elect a Town Clerk, io the room of J. M. Jarreu, de cease >1. There wai a foil attendance preaent, namely-Hit norebip tlie Mayor, Alder men Craig, Affleck, Bromi, Orumbio, Bug den, R Moroni, Haw, and Kvenilen. Tne MATOE rote and atated tlmt tlie bnsiueM of tlie meeting «vai to call tbe attention of tlie Coimoil to tbe general traniKOtinni of tbe |iaat ibree months. He congratulated tlieiu that all works which were necessary oiid deriruble bad been car ried on', ai d that the ratepayers euuld not acoose Viem of anything which they bad .lone. Tlie inertin» Han prepared to bear any rturls ujiou the past quarter's trans liClli>lli( AldiTm-.n Cbombie baid that fresh ten ders btioula IK-cu,i'j (ur forminga trauiwty in Jjjuim-atrcei, ua tlie oontr...

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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

(fcttfCantotu The Paitoral 3iaet has the following on tbe advantages derivable from the fencing in of rum" Fencing in elation property ti becoming general in Biverina, end we have now before m tome of the esperienoe resulting from it. Fencing in dot* good in some wye, and injures the ebeep in other*. It enables ui to fatten them sufficiently veil for tnnrket purposes, but they will not fatten sufficiently for boiling down fur tallow. Tl»e elieep ia uatnrally a lazy animal, and will not travel far for food if*left to itself. In paddooba tbey lie abont for the most part of tba time, and if the feed ia not prime and abuudaut they will not go far from water to eeek it-hence tbey take longer to fatten in paddock* fatly nocked than when shepherded by earefol persons, who *o direct tbe more ments of the flocks »? to grace down eyste matiaally and periodically, different parts of tbe ran*. The sheep wben shepherded necessarily travel over mure ground than wben allowed to run loose in paddoc...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

MELBOURNE Ju!v8.' I M*. Willi*, manager of, the Commercial Back, st Tarragalla bad been committed for trial for forgery and embeulement. : lam aabacriptiooi lb tha Sjrdnej BdiefFoodan *>ming in. July 4. The Parliament lia« voted £400 fur a portrait and buit of tba late Oorernor of Tittoria, Sir Obaiiee Darling.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 8. (Before the Polios Magistrate and M[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. UOHIiT, JtTLT 8. {Before tha Polios UmliiHia anil W. Thompson, and F. Margetti, Jf.F.'i) &&HI sTsunra. ' Adam M'Gregor, James Castles, James Derce, Andrew Briiwr, and John field, appeared on remand from ' the Leyburn Bench, charged with baring feloniously stolen and carried stray from Talgai Station 7,^00 sheep, branded O otar cheek, the property of Mr* G. Clark. The demolitions, m taken at the Lej ? burn Police Coart on the 27th oilt. having been read, the principal part of which appeared in our uaue ofTueaday last, Mr. It' G. Fqtter stated that he had ..received a telegram from Mr. George Clark, stating that he could not possibly appear on that day, and' that he wopld bring! no chnrge of felony against the priuuOere, as the removal 6T the sheep *fn question involved a question of title, which would have to be tried in anothe^ court. ? Sub-Inspector Harris having no evi dence to offer, the prisoner* were dis charged. . The Court then adjourned ...

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THE USES OF FOOLS. (From the Saturday Review) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

THE USF.S OF FOOLS. {From thi Satutday Rivieie) If, in accordance with the views of soma philosophers, me idniii tint evervtliinjr in this hu its uses, «a must of course admit that great purpose is subserved kt the muob-abused race of fools. It is neoesssry, iu the first place, to distinguish between the two (treat clasnes of clever and stupM fools. Of the latter, or tbe fool pure and simple, it is.essy to see one main advantage. He inolinesiiaturelly, as Hr. Mill pointed ont last session, to *He Conservative side, and forms the ballast or ateadying material in society. Tbe enor mous strength of that sheer stupidity against which " tha gods tliemselves Bght in vain" has been frequently remarked; and it would be mere prejudice to say that it is always exerted on the wrong side. Thus the preservation of certain legal or other 6ctiona ia an admitted necessity, Dot only in an old-estsblished, but in the most new-fangled constitutions; a superstitious reverence for tbe Crown,' or for a p...

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FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

* . FEES SELECTION. " The Following reply to tbe Memorial adopted at the public tweeting held tome time since in Ipwieb baa been received bjr the memorialists: "Brisbane, July 8, 1867. " Gentlemen,'-1Referring to a memorial addressed to His Excellency tbe Governor by certain inhabitants of the torrn of Ipswich and its vicinity, pricing that the ijecessaty steps might'be taken to intro duce a bill into Parliament daring the present session declaring the whole of tbe unalienated lands in tbe district of East and West Moreton-Leasing Areas-open to free selection before and after eonrey, subject however to atringent regulations, and to preclude their being devoted solely to grating purposes, I am directed by tbe Secretary for Public Lands to state tbat the Government-having in view the desirability of encouraging agricultural settlement to its fullest extent-are pre pared to meet the requirements of tbe public by affording every facility to the acquisition of land,-1 bave the honor to b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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EXECUTION OF THE BROTHERS CLARKE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

EXECUTION OF THB'BBoiPHBBS CLARKE Thomas and John Clarke wan executed together within the precincts of Darling hunt Gaol, on.Tuesday, Judo 26, a few minutes paat flp'clock, in thepresence of .bout one buwliredand seventy spectators, and a large detachment of tity police. The execution was conducted in a vary prompt and brief manner. The proces aion was formed exactly at 9 o'clock. Thomaa Clarke waa accompanied by the Her. Father John Dwyer, and' John Clarke bjr the Iter. Father O'Famll. The p raj era aaid by the clergyman were in a low tone. Both priaonen walked with their heada bowed down, and with their eyes partially doted. Tbey looked wry careworn and much dejected. They paid no attention to the pretence of so many ape eta ton, upon wnom they did not ao much aa caat one look. Their minds seemed' to be folly absorbed in meditation and prayer. On aniiiog at the foot of the gallowi they both knelt briefly in prayer. The fier. Father Dwyer then proceeded up the ladder to the acaffol...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

GREAT ATTRACTION!!! IMPORTANT REDUCTION IN FLOUR. DAVIS, HARRIS and CO*, .. D-. !????. ^ HAVE much pleasure in announcing to the inhabitant* of Warwick and tbe «ur rounding Districts, that they are now in receipt of tboir WINTER GOODS. uniucixa ALL THE m rf % itni The whole hfcving been purchased for CASH in the STDNEJ & MELBOURNE MARKETS, They are prepared -to offer them at aueh exceedingly mm wwxm That most defy competition, and intending buyers are particularly invzttd to call *h6 inspect their extensive and . . t Gtuml .. v ffll&E TQ JPUMMSIHC SIiSBWEBBlS. . DAVIS, HARRIS & CI|. Deg to call the special attention of the Ladies of the District to this announcement, ana hi offering them the undermentioned GOODS beg to state that the whole of their ' WINTIR .T©CK Has baen «eUetfd byAh^ir Mr- ?)avis in tbe beat markets, with due regard to NOVELTY MD FASHION. Winreys, assorted colour* and texture* W<dol ind calaptalida o . V.' Cobum, all collars :i F...

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A LITTLE LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

A. LITTLE IX)VE STORY. (By . Fell.» Towntman.) There it BO rnqcb tenderness ud roipance in the following narrative, that, evfloif it were not true, it would awakien curiosity and excite intereat, enlist sensi bility, and secure commiseration. One cannot avoid reoalling, on reading it, the tomb scene in " Borneo and Juliet," and with it all the .witching mastery of gen tut which hallows everything which " Shakes peare" touched. It will be found in the first volume of the CJautet Ctlebret. Two men, in tradff, who lived in the Sue St. ttonore at Paris, nearly equal in circumstances, both following the same business, and united in the closest bonds of amity, had eaclrof them a child, much about the same age. These children were brought up together, and conceived a mutual attachment, which, ripening with yean into s stronger and more lively Ben timent, wA approved by the' parents on both aides. This young eouple were on the point «f being made happy, wben a rich financier, oonesiving a p...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

THE bat tar of the Siittra ot Verey, Brlabane, and tb* gtul drawing of print tan beta unavoidably potlpOned until Weadey, Wed" needay, and Thoraday, the Htb.*35tlC an#' 28th 6f BaMember next. It it hoped that the prooeeda Wthe tiiiaii and drawing of ptitea «U1 enable the Bistora to pay off the debrby whlob they are bniflened. Aa long M thta debt remaina. it moat aurtouely interfere with the eficienoy of the Siaterhood, and direct thetr *11101100 from the work* of mercy lo which it ii their dialre to be eicl naively engaged. Every effort win be made bjr the Siatere to make both baxaar end drawing woithy of anpport; end, ahonld they pfova anooeaefol, the pnbllo, irreepeetlvo of country or olau, orcreed, will be tbegalnera. Poverty and elbkoaee, tniaery end miafortuae, where'er fannd^-no matter from what, arialng-can claim and aeoore the willing aorctoee of the Hietere. The priaee offered to be drawn for the bnggy. hone, and hamate, the gold Wateh and gold ortue, the eplendid enlto of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

A WANTED, THOROUGH GROCKU. Nod* but t tout) ittebt htnd Deed ipplf: £30 DAVI8, HARRIS, & CO. ; WANTED, -. I 1 AH °°OD PICBTjtnd SHOVIJJ, MEN. 1UU and good AXEMEN. ' Apply, Big Uill, NEWTON BOYD, new fllen Inne*. . : 4 ?? .... .8® FENCERS WANTKD AT TALQAI. Apply st HEAD STATION. 410 1: ... ' ' ' . 1 Warwick Hospital. ... GENERAL MEETING ( £qvernort of lne abuvj» tn-\; atitation Will be held at tbe Court Houtv on WEDNESDAY, July 10th. at .7 J 'o'clock p.m" for tbo purpo»e of Slopping. ' a Committeeman, in *.ie room ®f Janets ' Horwits, resigned. By order. JOHN L. EOS^, 626 . fJecretaiy, gtor4itt>.. v.';.' TTTHEREA8 a GREY HORSE, branded ?f V in diamond near shoulder. T near rlb», and lit off uddle, tlie property of flit fender- ' aigned. w«a impounded at Warwick, from Hit* dais Bjin, on Ilia 6tb ultimo, bcaiiutf evident mariu f[ .having'beta aalretely »nldiare4.:',TI» above n»M 6f £W wHIbk pad by the bnder. signed for mob information ai will convict the ' persoi. or person*...

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SHEEP FARMING ON A SMALL SCALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

SHEEP FARMING ON A SMALL SC*LE. A writer ia tbe AuttraUium M>lre« the question m to. whether shsep-fartuing on » small scale will pay, as follows" It it often said that sheep-forming on a .mall scale will not pay id thia colour. On examination tbie will be found to be t, &1Ucj< Ob a lin^ls Motion' of land, if . man goes about it tin right tray,' be need scarcely tear the result. Then are ^bree ways of Aeep-fcrming on a spall scale-breeding Iambi, rearing lamb*, and f«tteniii£ nethers. Tbe-nature' of tbe land must determine which of tbew three kinds of sheep-farming will answer beat If tbe section is well sheltered, breeding should be pursued; if it is rich volcanic soil, fattening wethers will be tbe most profitable. At present we will consider the probable result of breeding lambs. Iiet us suppose the case of a uian who has been the fortunate selector of 640 acres of land adapted to sheep breeding, and possessed of a capital of £500. - ilit first outlayil to -...

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ARRIVAL OF THE DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

ABIUVAL ANO DRI'ARTURR OF THE M ATLIT*. AH ft If At..t. Ptom Maryland. ever*/ Tue*tfitv. at 1 p>**-, and every Saturday at ff p.m. (, Brigfmnt and Ipswich, via Drayton, by Cobb%& waehei, every Ttietday, Thurt day, at 4 Saturday, at 8 p.m. * Ltybum vU THifti t iggings^every Wed net day, at noon, . HKfARTURES, War Maryland, every Monday, at ft and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Britbane and Ipswich, via Prsytcn. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by Cobb's coaches, at 9 a.m. « Warwick to Leyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m JV.J?.- Letters must be | oi/e(f at the Country Offices half en hour previous t* the time fixed for the despatch of moils, but late letters will be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a eixpeuny stamp being affixed to sack tetter, * Newspapers are reqv*red to be pasted one hour before the time appointed for closing the tnails, Ths English nail closet an ar aoeut ths 17M */ every month.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to ttate that our Accounti for the quarter ending 8Oth' Jme leit are now in ceurte of delivery, and we hope they will le nttled without the Iratt deloy. Thou in arrears will kindly oblige u by a prompt eetUment, a* oitr requirement* mutt be obviout to them. t£T JSt» being the proper t'mtjbr payment if eubteriptiont in advance, we truet our friend'* will acknowledge lit fact by tend mi? remittance!.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

WBElCLY CALENDAR. JdIjt 8 10| 11 12 IS H 161 Taei. Wed. Thuri. Friday flit. " SDN. Men. ftuu risei. a. m. 6 . 64 6 . S3 6 . 63 C . AS 6 . 62 « . 68 6 . 62 Sou «et». Be M. 6 . 16 5 . IS 6 . IT 6 . 17 6 . IS 6's 1# S . 26 Moot'i Af«"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

WARWICK ARGUS ' ' ' . AMD tentehfield cheoniclb J 8 pntllabed every Totaiij and TtiliJ ' Mrnlrg*. a&d forwarded to all pud of the A attaalietl oeioalea. , OF fiDBSCBIPTIOK. " j fin lifuet) 8«. fimoteftaifl io». Viden uiubeotnpMiled by prepayment trill re up iioerten twmlnaU 8]*t March, SDtli June, .10th September, and Silt December. _ Bnbe^ibera WUhing Id withdfa# their vamea liomtbelbt wilt be reqninri to forward their iinlfMitoB ftnpHiwr with (lie office etieutfntrteeQ< *ipir»tlp»ofea<!h qnyfor. TEBMS FOB ADVEB1ISING. Twollnee .............. ..... 1 « FourMnea t 0 Bisuney « 0 Etfbt llnee.... .40 Srerr' additional ira liat*.-or ?nder I 0 hiput dleplayedadvertleeuienta *» per MtWDWt A liberal dlaconnt illoml on dtirtlttiitMih .i fated for tnorethan elx«oneetDti*e loaeitiane. : llirtba, nuiiriagei, «r deetha, 6a. each inter* , lu the alHwnce of written knatructlona to the central?, advertiaemente will T»'e tuaerted until ooiintennanBfcd. . ' '? Advertise...

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THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, jULY 9, 1957. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 July 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1867   IT is saddening to recount the numerous   sudden deaths by accident and natural   causes which have occurred in this com- munity within the part few weeks. No less than five of our fellow creatures have been thrust into eternity within three weeks-four by accident, and one by sudden death. Such a succession of calamities seldom visits any community so numerically small, and the inhabitants are perfectly appalled at the painful news which reach them day by day. On behalf of the public we can only offer our con- dolence with those who have had to suffer that peculiar grief attending the sudden departure of their nearest and dearest friends on earth; and we further express a hope that the melancholy accident which we record in to-day's paper will be the last to happen for some time. We might find ample scope to moralise on these sad events, but as journalists we must only apply th...

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WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

WEST INDIES. There is muob financial distress prevail ing in Havanuali and elsewhere iu Cuba. Many merchants, bankers, end planters have failed. The revolution in Huyti con tinuei.

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

MEXICO. Late advices from JIonco represent tint another battle had been foil :bt at Quere tato, resulting in the complete defeat ami tbe demoralisation of tlie imperial troops and the death of General Miramon. After the battle it is stated that the city was occupied by the Liberals, and that Maximi lian could not be found anywhere, although strict search was made for him. Late Mexican accounts also state that the Liberal General Porfirio Diet had ranted the Imperial forces under General Marquci; mid that the former had occu pied n part of the city of Mexico, establish ing hit head-quaVtera at the convent of Santa Domingo, and that only two squares of the main plaza were defended by the Imperialists.

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