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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
UNITED STATES. A Wtffc of bbeu corpni having beeo issued, Mr. JeffenoD Davit will be brought up Wore the Circuit Coart of the United States on tlie 13th May. Surr.itt wae to be tried fur the murder of Lincoln-on the '27th instant. The Judiciary Committee of Ihe House of Representatives are in Washington, ei. amining witnesses preparatory to preparing a bill of impeaobnieut against the President, to report to Congress when it reassembles again.
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
CANADA. «ew Xork mvicu atate that Queen Vic toria'! proclamation, creating the new dominion of Canada, is shortly expected in Ottawa. It it trodentooil tbat Lord Monck will be eworn in «s Viceroy or Governor-General. The set will tube effect in the Grat week of Jul v. Lieutenant Governors, Privy Councillor/, and mciubera Of the Senate will then be appointed.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
MISCELLANEOUS. I Tlie health of the Prinoem of Wales Imb greatly improved of Ute, end the U now pronounced to be onl of dinger. Carlo Poerio, the Italian patriot and exile, is dead. King George of Greets hat arrived in London. It is generally believed that the lives of the eonvicttd Ftstui, Barks end jDoran, will be spared, by the commutation of the death sentence to imprisonment for a term of years.
THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, JULY 12. 1867. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ, PER THE A.SN. CO.'S STEAMER R A N G A T I R A. AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO JUNE 14. (PFrom the Courier's Telegraphic Correspondent.) Adelaide, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
TKNTEEFIELl) CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, JULY 1£. 1867., ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ, PEE THE A.SN. CO.'S STEAMER a A N G AT1R A. AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO JUNE 14. (Prim (At Coutier't Tchgraphk Correiponient.) Adelaide, Julv 9. The Bangatira arrived at Adelaide at noon this day, from King George's Bound, with the English mails. In going to the Sound she encountered very heavy weather, and bad the Adelaide travelling post-fiffi ce washed a way. Sbe arrived at the Sound on the tfth July. Spoke the R.M. steamer Geelong near the Sound. The P. and O. Company's steamer Bom bay left Gallo op the 18tb June, and ar rived at KingGeoige's Sound on the 4th July, or three days brfore contract time, after a splendid trip. 8ho left for Mel bourne on tho 6tb, and will probably roach there on tlio 10th. The passengers for Sydney are hire. Johnson and child, Messrs. Murphy, Foyer, Haddock, Shields, and Matbewson. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 27. Tho Queen is staying at Jialmora) Castle, and is reported ...
LATEST SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE. VIA INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAPH. COMMERCIAL. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
LATEST SPECIAL INTELLI GENCE. VIA I»IIO-£CI:OPUAN IEMXIIUIII. COMMUUC1AL. LONDON, June 14. Latest pi ice of console, Oti. The bauk rate of discount is 2 J per cent., and a further reduction is expected. The liauks of Franco and England hold at present 52 millions in gold. The prices of colonial Government securities are quoted as fellows.-New South Wales, SHJ; Victoria, 94J to 95J ; New Zoaland, 101" to 105: South Aus tralia, 105 to 107. Tho prices of Queens land stock remain unchanged at last month's quotations. The portions of the New South Wales loan offered was subscribed for in two days. The New Zealand Banking Company's affairs are said to be iu an unsatisfactory condition. The American house of Freyer and &lt;!o., of Liverpool, haB failed for a million. Tho creditors of the China merchants, Dent and Co., bare accented a com position of half-a-crown in the pound. The exports of the month show an in crease of £270,000 to Australia. The exports for the month to Queens- !...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE REFORM BILL. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. The following item* of' new arrived at Sfdnev, per P. and N. Z. S. Rakaia THE REFORM BILL. London, May 10. A grand Reform Demonstration took plane in Hyde Park on the 6th (octant. It n timbered at least 100,000 persons, embracing gentlemen, working men, roughs, women, and children. The Government first prohibited the meeting, and then announced that it would mate no attempt to suppress it, Irat all the troops in London and its vicinity were kept ander arms, and a large force of police were concealed in a .eeluded part of the Park, and vehicles were kept in waiting to convey them to any point in cue of riot. Fifteen separate meetings were arganwed oat «t the vast assemblage, at oae of whioh a woman spoke in favour of female suffrage. Most of the revolutionary epeeohes were loudly cheered l>y .the crowd. The police, wherever they made their appearance, were lnoked npon with disdain and contempt. The entire Press of the city denounced the course punned by the Go...
ROCKHAMPTON. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
ROCKHAMPTON. July 8. I Tlie Clermont mail arrived to-day. At the nomination for the electorate, trliieh took place on the 20th June, Mr. Blakistou withdrew, and Mr. Fitzsimmons, being then the only candidate, was nomi nated and declared elected. The Joint Stock Bank purchased to-day, a fine pared of gold from Rosewood. In it were five nuggots, weighing respectively 13 OZB.,' 3 OZB. 3 dwts., 3 OZB., and tho others from 2 to 3 oza. each.
[?]octry. ODE TO MRS GBUNDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
» ODE TO MHS GBUNDY. Mrs. Grundy, On 11 Fonda" Joyful tnnstc I will bear, Gaza an painting Saul ontainting. Nor tbe sight of sculpture fear; For diversion, An excursion Make by stoaraboat or by rail, Or preferring Active stirring. Take my walk, and gloss of ale. Mostly olad am I, so, Madam Tour decorum as may shock; ID a shooting Jicket, suiting With tbe bat named billycock. As my raiment Little payment Costs my dwelling, aotriao Hue. Simply furnished : Roof-tree burnished Glitters not in bouse of mine,' Outward show, Ma'um, I forego. Ma'am, When it iuter:eres with enso : Often eat. Ma'am, In the strart, Ma'am, As I walk, my bread and cheese. Grandeur sinking, Never thinking How yonr censure I provoke; Oft a cutty Pipe, with sinnt'y Bowl, along the road I smoke. My Ufa'* measure Is my pleasure. Only saving others' doe : That respecting, Bat directing ?'e MMim, no regard to you. -Punch I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
WANTED, A THOROUGH GROCER. None bnt 41 competent band need apply. 6S0 DAVIS, HARRIS, & 00. ~ WANTED. i flf\ OOOD PXOK ana SHOVEL MEN, XUU kid good AXEMEN. Apply, Big HOI, NEWTON BOYD, near Glen lanes. 483 FSOGERS WANTKD AT TALGAI. Apply at HEAD STATION. 419 Warwick Kospltal. A6PECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Governors of the above In etitntion will be beld at tbe Court House, on WEDNESDAY, Jul/ 10th, at 7 o'clock p.m., fop the purpose of Electing a Committeeman, in the room of Jacob Horwitz, resigned. By order. JOHN L. BOS*, 626 Secretary, Paddocks I Paddocks I! TO GRAZIERS, PUBLICANS, BUT CHERS, and OTHERS. H W. G. BAILS A8 been favoured with instructions from the proprietor to eell by public motion, MB. BUGDEN'S HOTEL, On SATURDAY, the 20th day of July, Che LEASE of (bow nimble PADDO0KS. known a* Mr- Ghsrles Marshall's, being portion! 119, 180, 181, conUtning some S00 hundred aorss, more or less. The (bore valuable lands an now enclosed with a substantial three-railed fence,...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THIS MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
A1UUVAL AND DEPARTURE OV THIS MAILS. ARRIVALS. From Maryland, every Tuesday &lt; at 1 p.m., and every Saturday at C p.m. " Brisbane and Ipswich, via Dreyton, by Cobb't coaches, every Tuesday, Thurs* day, and Saturday,at 8 p.m. Vl Leybvrn,via Talgu c iggitigt,every IIW nee day, at noon. D ETA R TUBES* For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.m., and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and Jf'rtvich, via Drayton, every Monday, anrf Friday, 6^ CoAiV eoacAfj, af 9 a.m. M ITartftcA: to Ley I urn, every Thursday^ at 4 tf.fTI N.B.~- Letters must 6t / o«(erf f Ac Country Offices half an hour previous to the time fixed for the despatch of moilst but late letters mil be received to within a quarter of an hour, tipon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter. Newspapers are required to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mailt* The English tituil clones on or about the 17th of every month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
WARWICK ARGUS AID J tenteefield CHRONICLE 8 published every Tuesday and Friday ^ mondtgR, ind forwardod to all parts of tlio A ustralien colonies. T^bmr OF SUBSCRIPTION. Quarterly (In advance) 8s. Ditto (credit) 10«; Orders unaccompanied by prepayment will re ceive no attention. Quarters terminate 81st March. 30th June, fiOth September, and Slot December. Subscribers wishing to withdraw their names liorn the list will be required to forward their lerignation (together with all arrears) direct to dm offioe at least fourteen dear day* before the expiration of caoh qusrter. TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING. Two lines 1 . Four liDes 2 0 SU lines * 0 Eight lines 4 0 Every additional five lines, or nnder . ,l 0 Large and displayed advertisements as per *®A liberal discount allowed on advertisements oi itcred for more than al* consecutive Insertions. Uirths, marriages, or deaths, 8s. each inser WI n the absence of written instructions to the contrary, advertisements will be insorted until countermand...
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Account* for the quarter ending SOth Jme last are now in course of delivery, and we hope (hey will le settled without the least delay. Those in arrears mill kindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to them. Its?" This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, we trust our friends trill acknowledge the fact ly send ing remittances.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
tettCfotwits. Amemcak Eailboabs.-Forty years a (jo the United States bad but three miles of railroad in operation. They now have 35,341 miles in operation, and 15,943 miles building. The value of the com pleted roads is 1,602,464,685 dollars, an average of 40,728 dollars a mile. On an average four miles of road per day are now Duilt in the United States. The laying of a third rail on the Canada Great Western Bailway has just completed a route of uniform guase between Chicago and New York, and BoBtou. The in augural train bad some luxurious novelties of travel. Among them was a hotel car with a little kitchen. At each seat tables can at once be put up, and on the pas senger touching a bell cord a servant promptly responds with a bill of fere, from which the traveller select auch edibles ss beet suit him, and is presently enjoying all the comforts of an aamirably cooked and served meal, while going' at the rate of forty miles an hour. Two palace sleeping cars, the Mayflower and the Ci...
LEYBURN PETTY SESSIONS COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 9. (Before G. W. Eliott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
LEYBURN PETTY SESSIONS COUBT. TUESDAY, JULY 0. ("Before G. W. Eiiott, ESQ., P.M.) A special application for an auctioneer's license was granted to T. B. Dowling, of Leyburn. There was only one cobo in Court under the Small Debts Act-viz.:-Weeks v. Grey-Amount sued for, £18 Oi. 9|d. The set-off being disputed, the case was remanded until Monday next, for the attendance of witnesses. The elections being now quite over, the public are looking with some anxiety to the assembling of Parliament, to see how far members will adhere to promises made to their respective constituencies. All have promised well, which is an indi cation that the coming session will not be frittered away by any vindictive opposi tion. The land question, upon which the redemption of the colony chiefly depends, will doubtless test the strength of con tending parties in the new Parliament. . Nevertheless, a liberal land bill is expected, divested of everything cumbersome and technical, comprehensive, yot simple, and ...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Sritbane daily paptrt.) TOOWOOMBA. July 8. Great destitution prevails amongst the ? men at work on the Dalby line, many of whom have been fire weeks without pay. A number of thorn waited on Mr. Groom to-day. He met them subsequently at the School of Arts, and read a telegram stating that the Government intend im mediately to cariy on the railway. A telegram received by the Police Magis- ! irato denies that the Government is res ponsible to the men. Mr. Edwards tells tho men that the Government is respon sible, and threatens to commence legal proceedings on the part of Mr. Bourne.