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LEYBURN POLICE COURT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY, JULY 8. (Before G. W. Eliott, Esq.. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

LEyBUBN POLICE COURT. (FBOK OVB OWN COBEKSPONDENT.) MONDAY, JULY 8. ("Before G. VV. Eliott, Ksa.. P.M.^ William Bradburn, apprehended under warrant by Sergeant White, for horse stealing, wn> remanded to the Warwick Bench.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

SHIPPING. Arrived from Sydney: Parramatta, Jason, Nourmahal, Queen ef the Colonies, Colonial JCinpire, Sattara, Damascus. Sailed for Queensland: Harmodius. Eight vessels are loading for Queens land.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

Imt |§|tri<I%ncf. At a meeting of the subscriber* to the Wtr< wick Hospital, Mr. Peter Affleck m duly ap pointed t member of the Committee, la the piece of Mr. Jaoob Horwitz, reiigued. Amongst the Improvements going on in town wo notice the ehop of Mr. Woolaott, whioh reflect* great credit npon Mr. Btidolpb for the masterly manner in which he ha* ezeouted hi* work in le tter gilding. We beg to cell attention to the sale by auction of the etock in trade at tbe etore of Mr. Juline Jacobs, opposite the Court House, whioh will commence on Tueiday nest, and bu continued for the remainder of the week, commencing oaoh day at eleven o'olook. Hugh Jones, a ahepherd at Toolbum, when in pursuit of a native bear, and following the animal np a tree, fell some thirty feet in con ?equence of a branoh breaking,eerionslyInjur ing hi*, back and other part* of hi* body. Dr. Koch attended the injured man, who waa at onoe removed to the Warwick Hospital. Oar Talgsi correspondent. W...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ASHFORD. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

ASHFOBD. FB01C OUB OWN COOBBBPOKDEITT. I may say, without any fear of being contradicted, that the last nine months have been most favourable for this part of the country. Stock of every description is now in good condition. The lambing was a fhir average, and-<they have weaned at some of (be stations in the vicinity a fraction over 1 per cent, less than the dropping. ThiB time last year it was but a dreary prospect-there was literally not a blade of grass to be seen-now there is abundance of strong feed to last, if we have not any inore raiu, for some months to come; but this, to all appearance, :'<< not llio esse. We have not had a con secutive fortnight for the laBt four months without less or more rain falling; but I am happy to sav that although our rivers bare been so bfgh upon several occasions as not to be crossable for several days, there has been no loss of life or property, nor have the inhabitants been put to any inconvenience further tha...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SCOTCH HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

SCOTCH HISTORY. The fabulous history of Scotland, as wo .re now bound to call it, mi brought into existenoe with a great national object. It was to vie with the equally fabulous history of England, and to establish a case for anoient independence, which might neutra lise the story told by King Edward to the Papal Court about Brutus of Troy and big j three tons. The tenor ot the case for ; Scotland wm as follows:-We are first in troduced to an anfortuoato division in the i royal family of Greeoe at the period of 1 Moses. It ended in Nicolas, King of Greeoe, sendiog iiis son Gathelus out of the j country. The young prince went to Egypt, where be became attached to and married Scuta, the duughter of that j Pharaoh who was drowued iu the Red Sea. The young couple took to wandering, and getting out of the Mediterranean, they founded a State called Portus Gatlieli, and now known as Portugal. At 'length they arrived in Scotland, and settled there. Long afterwards, Ptolemy, King of Egypt, s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

MELBOURNE. July 8. The harbour has beeu visited by a heavy gate, in which the schooucr ties. Bird wont to pieces. The treasurer of the Forester's Society has been arrested for embezzling the funds of that holy.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BRAZIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

BRAZIL. Tbe Emperor of Drat'il, on the 6th of April, ginned the decree abolishing slavery throughout the Brazilian Empire, to take effeet in twenty years. Children bora after that date are to be absolutely free.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. July 5 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

SYDNEY. Jnlj 6 live lives wcro lost at Balhurat,yester day, through the upsetting of a boat at the crossing-placc. lit the Legislative Assembly, a bill was introduced yesterday for the reductiou of the salary of future Governors; and a bill constituting robbery under arms a capital offence.? Tbey were read a first time, and the House in now debating a motion for the second reading of the former. July 0.. The firm of Christopher Newton Brother have succeeded in effecting a satisfactory arrangement of their affairs, aud the business Has been re-commenced. Mr. Digaam caused another disgrace ful scene iu the Assembly yesterday. The steamer Claud Hamilton caught (ire last night, and part of her internal fittings were injured. July 9. Mr. Scliaper, ths celebrated German traveller, bar arrived in Melbourne. Ibc ship Onward, from Melbourne to Sydney, on Saturday last, came into col lision with lbo .Eastern Empire, bound from Liverpool to Melbourne, off Cape Liptrap. Both vessels arrived saf...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

WARWICK EM FOR I Mllfi. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING* PURCHASED THE REMAINING STOCK, &c., Contained in the above premises, begs respectfully to inform the PUBLIC GENERALLY, Assortment of ?}£WI!BAL xmm u p&mlfttpjwfii WILL SHORTLY ARRIVE DRAPERIES GROCERIES FANCY GOODS, &a The whole of whict will be personally selected from the best Markets, and offered' at Prices, FOR CASH, that cannot fail to satisfy the .most economical buyer. ' 422 ft. W. GILL. General Post OSes, Brisbane, 88rd May, 1667. AMENDED RATES OP POSTAGE TO BE CHARGED ON OORRBS^ON DENCE FOR DESPATOH TO, OR RECEIVED FROM PANAMA. 0TO., Jtr THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTBALtAN MAIL STEAMKRS, VIA SYDNEY. '. THE Honorable the Postmaster-General of Sydney, having signified . charge of twenty shillings (20s.) pet lb, will be Government, on tlia grass weight of all the Queensland ! Panama, &o., by tho Panama, New Zealand, and Australian Mall Steams, s ; tbe Poblio is hureby Informed, tbat from and af...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Wagga Express ABOVE A BIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

ABOVE A 11LT. Mr. Ilodsman, the aeronaut, whose uerial voyage has proved one of the mo»t daring and successful on record, gives the following high); interesting account of his journey; " I beg to give yon the particulars of my perilous aerial voyage from Dublin to West moreland. Tlio lialloon ascended at 4.40 p.m. mi Tuesday, aud took a northerly direction to Clontsrf, where it was my iu> teutimi to descend, hat, from, the velocity it wai travelling, I saw it would-be foolinli to nialce the attempt. In half a 'minute 1 was over the muddy strand between, C'lou turf and ffowiii, ami before the baliooii had descended 100 feet it was driven between liowth and Ireland's Eye. It now became evident to uie that landing in Ireland was out of the question, and all arrangements must lie made to be'driven to Wales or Lancashire. Hie first thing that struck rue was to drop the grapnel to the full ex taut, 120 feet. This acted as a guide to the distance the balloon might be kept above the surf...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 July 1867

BIRTH. On the 3rd instant, the wife of the Rev. George Giberne Danvers, of a daughter. MARRIED. On Thursday, the 11th inst., in the Wesleyan Church, Warwick, by the Rev .E. D. Madgwich, Mr. Robert Wood, of Dernwill, Co. Cavan, Ireland, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr.   Thomas Amies, Warwick.

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ARTEMUS WARD—HIS LIFE AND CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

AKTEMIJS WABD-HIS IJJFK AND CHARACTERISTICS. VVltu about enough education for a signboard," sb he himself said, e lean, pro vincial adventurer, ti"t midway in bin teens, his dialeot of the niogt nasal Down Eutern, sod made to match liis dress, young Browne left bis stool in a printing office of 8kowbegen, Maine, and caitie to Boston for bis fortune. He dropped, by ohsnee, into the office of a' lunching bankrupt piper, called the Carpet Bag, where, by a fortuity of good hnmour were eolleoted together B. P. Shillaher (" Mrs. Parting ton"), John G. Sue, and C. G. Halpiue ("Miles O'Reilly"). Ward attracted no attention beyond bis nncouthness, ae be was probably tbe beet model of the traditional Yankee boy that Lowel or Trowbaidge could diacover. Hi* nose was . keen aquiline, very mobile and peculiar; bis eyes were of (he palest indigo, redeemed from coldness ly their constant twinkle; be had a oquntry boy's high complexion, " a tow bead," an irresolute, versatile month and chin, end mor...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

WANTED, 1Art fcOOb PICK and SHOVEL MEN, lVU and good AXEMEN. Apply, Big i/ill, NEWTON BOYD, pear Glen lanes. 433 FENOEBS WANTED AT TALGAI. Apply at HEAD STATION. 418 FOUND, F Warwick, a Small LOCKET, con taining a lock of haih The' owner; can bare the same by furnishing a dee crijptipn, And paying for this advertise ment-Apply at this Office. 556 mmoE. I HEREBY CAUTION any person fromtnoleftingf or ifi atojniray inter, fering with certain CATTLE, branded IK, the same being- a portion of the Insolvent Estate of (J. Wilson & Co., of Tentetfield. For the Official Assignee, 661 GEO. KENNEDY. To Contractors and Others. UTILE RIVER WORKS. PARTIES wishing to TENDER for WORK in the above-mentioned locality' (Newton Boyd Road), are re quested to meet the Road Superintendent at bis Gamp, foot of Boss's Hill, on the 8lst July, when they will he ahown over the proposed works, and receive informa tion respecting them. Tenders will be received on the ground, DAVID BOMSON, Boad Superintend...

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MELBOURNE. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

MELBOURNE. . July 10. j A numDor ot persons, who were at- ! tempting to laud in two boats from a steamer, near QueenBclifte, where they had proceeded to witness a prize fight, were thrown into the water through the boats capsizing. Eight of them have al ready been missed, and it is feared that j several others are drowued. July 11. The Oriental Uice Mills were completely gutted by a fire last night. Uice to the value of £10,000 was destroyed. It was insured. The offices of the P. and O. Company were also destroyed. The bookB and other important documents were saved. . A vessel has been wrecked off Moon light Heads, and the Victoria, steamer, has been despatched to render assistance. A man named Terry has been convicted at Castloinaine fur a murder committed five years ugo.

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SYDNEY. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

gYDNEY, July 10. 1 The-half-yearly revenue returns show an increase of £16,000 over those of the previous half-year. In the Onuucil, Mr. Weekea asked the Government when the question of the debt due by Queensland to New South Wales would be settled. Mr. Docker replied that the accounts were now beiDg made up, and on their completion, Queensland would be asked to pay the sum due. The Gourlay family are to sail by the Telegraph on Friday, and announce their - intention of opening iu Brisbane on Mon day night. News has arrived by the mail that, at the time of its departure, there were eight vessels loading at London for. Brisbane. July 11. The Legislative Assembly have ratified the arrangements made by the New South Wales representatives at the Mel bourne Postal Conference. A Bill, authorising the Executive Council to act as members of a Federal Council for the colonies, was read a first time. The sales of wool to-day were small in amount, and prices were slightly lower. The principal ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

Aii EocEsmo DirW'rrTJtefivr. Zeb. Twichell «u the 4neit acted HetfaodUt preacher in Vermont fpr .shrewd and laughable tayinga.' Inthspolpltha main tained . suitable gravity of manner and expression, bnt out of the pulpit he over flowed with fnn. Ocuaslunally he wtmld, it emcrgenc; aeemeiljionwjjiite, introduce something queer in a sermon for the cake of arooaing the flagging: Attention ftf hh hearers. Seeing thaVhii discourse Was getting sleepy, he prosed in hit discourse and proceeded thai:--"Brethren, yon bavn't any idfca of the sufferings of Our ntiatioomiBs tn the new aettleineuu on aeeount of die mosquitoes. The mosquitoes in some of the region* are enormous. A great many of them wnnld weigh a pound, aud they will get on 1 ogt sad bark when the mission aties are goiog aloug." By tliia tin.e all eyes and can were open, and he proceeded to finiBh hie discourse. The neat day one of his congregation . called him to account tor telling lies in his pulpit "There never «as a mosquito ...

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BOWEN. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

BOWEN. July 10. The Fanny Nicholson arrived from the Sandwich Islands, on the 7th instant. 8he bad on board 201 islanders, all of whom are engaged by settlers resident in the North. A boat's crew belonging to the schooner Melaine, comprising the mate, a white man, and fonr natives, have been killed at Hinchinbrook IsUnd(South Seas). The wreck of the brig Curlew, which iookplace some time ago, lies at anchor off Hinchinbrook. Mr. Binaey, one of the candidates nominated for the representation ot Boweu, lias withdrawn. ?Great 4ia»»tiefaotion -prevails ill the town at the orders which have been re ceived to uae the old electoral roll.

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

Um\& TENTEEFIELD OHEONICLE. TUESDAY. JULY 16.1867. EVEBT constituency, with one exception (the Kennedy), has now, retained repre sentatives to the new Parliament, but it* is etill difficult to shy what will result: from the present composition of members. It is asserted tbat the Ministry has suffered a numerical defeat-that is to say, that they cannot now command the same strength in the House which they could previous to the dissolution; but such surmises cannot gain credence in the minds of the people, nor create a spurious influence in the House. We still believe, notwithstanding the defeat of several pro-Ministerialists, that the MAOALIB TJSBIAK policy is-the popular one. Those who are ppposed to the present Govern ment might pretend to chuckle over their defeat in the ensuing session, and so aim at making prophets of themselves and gulls of the Tpeople; but it is difficult to peroeive what action will result when Parliament meets. In fact, if the new members have a desi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

THE ELECTIONS. The following a list of the members who have been returned for the constituencies placed opposite to their names : Hon. 0. Lilley Fortitude Valley Mr. T. B. Stephens South Brisbane Mr.T.P Pugh ) Dr. O'Doherty VNorth Brisbane Mr. A. B. Pntchard j Mr. Q. Clark Warwick Mr. A. H. Palmer Port Curtis Hon. A. Macalister} Dr. Chollinor > Ipswich Mr. J. Murphy ) Hon. Or. Eliott Wide Bay | Wertern Dowoa Hon. John Douglas Eastern Downs J®.**** Mr. Fitsgerald Bockhampton }»-*«.< Mr. P. O'Hullivan ) lion. J. P. Bell > West Moreton Mr. George Thorn J h,.w.h.GT. {"SS.T1®0" Mr. Henry Thorn Northern Downs Mr. W. H. Walsh Maryborough Mr. G-. My I no The Warrego Mr. Miles The Maranoa - The Kennedy Mr. C. FiUsimmons Clermont Mr. E. W. Lamb The Mitchell.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 July 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (AbUdgeifrom the Sriibane daily paperi.) EOCKHA&1PTON. July 10. Mr. Lamb has been returned for the Mitchell without opposition. ~ Mr. Fitzgerald has sent in hia resigna tion as member for Bockhampton, to the Governor. A meeting was held hero to-day, at which it was resolved to form a company to work the. Alliance Quarto ileeis at Moriniah.

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