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THE SQUATTER'S VISIT TO THE METROPOLIS. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

TUB SQUATTKR'S VISIT TO THE METROPOLIS. llv ZADUIEL. (F.om the Courier.) The shearing is now finished. The heavy bale* ere on their way to tbe uearost sea port. It has been an unusually fine season, and tbe clip has far surpassed bit must san guine expectations. It ban boen well got up, too, and bope is strong in tbe squatter's breast tbat it will realise s good price iu the home market, and be bas achieved that rc plus ultra of a squatter's desire--a good balance at bis bankers. Why ebnuld he not, then, visit the metropolis f There are a good many things demanding bis present tbeio. He wauls, too, to be made a J.P., and baB do doubt but tliat be bas friends enough at court to procure him that honour. Beuidss, be has vegetated too long upon the elation. He knows every little ic and out of his bands. He can tell you how many bens tbe overseer's wife haB, bow much of liis coru they eat, bow much ol bis beef is consumed claudeetioely, and can tell you how lusuy vegetable! and how much ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) DALBY. July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgid from tkt JJriliane daily paptrt.) DALBY. July 12. About thirty navvies came into town yesterday, stilting that they were destitute both of food and money. They were supplied with rations by the Mayor to-day. Disturbances were feared, and some ?special constables were sworn in. SOMA. July 16. The poll was declared to-day for the electorate of Manwoa. The numbers were-for Miles, 64, and for Handy 22. Neither of the candidates was present. Mr. Miles is reported to have met with an accident. BOWEN. July 18. Ihe Black Prince has arrived, and brings news of the Clarke River diggings. Payable pulleys are now being worked, situated on Betts' station, Mistake Creek. The depth of sinking is only five feet, ard coarse gold fresh from the matrix, has Wen got. The watercourses will probably afford remunerative work to some two "hundred men for several months to coine. The men on the ground now are mak ing an average wage of £1 10s. per day. The present road by Holwort...

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TOOWOOMBA ASSIZES. MONDAY, JULY 15. (Before His Honor Chief Justice Cockle.) (Abridged from the Toowoomba Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

I TOOWOOMBA ASSIZES. Moinur, JULY 15. (Before Bu Honor Chief Justice Cockle.) (Abridged frtm the Toouoomb* Chronicle.) Hugh Fnuor surrendered on bail, i charged with having, at Glengallan, on the 7th of March last, unlawfully, mali ciously, and wilfully wounded one Williafn Dillon, with intent to kill and murder. Other counts in the indictment embodied separate and respective charges of " intent to "JSafioum." " fcn liiaAhlA." " to do grievous bodily harm." The prisoner pleaded " Wot guilty." The accused was defended by Messrs. Gore Jones aud Cooper. The Attorney-General having briefly stated the iactB of the case, called several witnesses, the evidence of whom we have previously published. His Honor, in summing up, suggested to the jury the desirability of their con fining themselves to the first and fifth counts in the indictment, and in a patient painstaking address, referred to tne dif-' ferent statements of the evidence where bearing for as well as against the accused, and in t...

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ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

ALLOHA PETTY DKBTS COUKT. FllOtt OUB OWN COBHUaPONDENT. WEDNESDAY, JBI.T 17. (Kefore the Polico Magistrate.) G.rJon v. D. M'lntoeli.-Amount of dishonored cheque, £t. Verdict fur de fendant. Lower v. Brown.-Goods sold and de livered, £2 2s. 2d. Verdict for plaintiffs, with costs. Hegarty and Co. v. Butler.-Goods ?old And delivered, £12 lGe. 9d. Ver dict for plaintiff, with costs. _ Same v. Leggatt.-Goods sold a»d de livered, £9 Ss. lid. Verdict for pluintiffg. Mr. Oxenhain for plaiotiff Same v. O'Sullivan.-Overdue promis sory note, £4 15s. 2d. Verdict for plain tiffs, with costs. Kates v. M'Fadden.-Overdue promis sory note, £12. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. Same v. Butler.-Sawn timber not de livered, £19 lfis. 7d. Verdict for de fendant, with costs. Mr. Oxenhain for defendant. T. Mulcahy v. D. M'lnlosh.-Wages due, £3 10s. Verdict for defendant. M. Mulcahy v. O. M'Lntoah.-Price of three cows, £15. The case was ad journed until the 7th August. Mr. Oxen bam for plaintiff.

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MUSIC AND DANCING LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

MUHtO AX I) DANCINU LICENSES. At the meeting nf iiagint rates held in Sydney on Thursday last, when it waa decided to petition Parliament to prohibit the granting of music and dancing licenses to public-homes, the following statement waa read by Captain Scott, P.M.: 1. In my portion of the Sydney police district there are about U2 hYunneil bagntelle-boardx, paying £5 eacli; 10 bil liard-tables, paying JLlU eacli ; auil from 35 to 50 applications weekly tor music , and dancing licenses combined, fur which they pay nothing. For these licenses more applications <irt> made during holi days than at any other time. . % When these licenses are applied for and no objection made to them by neigh bours, tbey are granted, the police signify ing on each application, " No police ob jection"-that is, ibe neighbours having failed to make an objection in writing the licenses are granted. Very few of the large hotels of central Sydney apply for eucn licenses, except on special rases fo...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. THE PRINCE OF WALES IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

NEWS BY THE MAIL. TBB PBINOK OF WALES Iff PARIS. The news that the Prince of Wales hail arrived ut tbe British tmliaiuy caused a crowd to assemble before tbe gates in tbe Faubourg St. llonor6 as early as 7 o'clock, on May 11, when company invited to meet bis Royal Uighuess was even going in to dinner. la the evening Lady Cowley bad ber third toi.-ie of the svubou, and the expectation (not disappointed) that tbe Prince would honour ii will) bis presence attracted a numerous yet brilliant assem blage of tbose on ber ladyship's' visiting list. On this occasion the band of the Oarde de Paris played under an awning in the garden. The Prince, who. appeared in excellent health and spirits, mixed with the general company without any formality, vralkioK about all the rooms, and cliatlinj; fur some minutes with almost everybody be recognised, or who was presented to bim by Lord Cowley. With Chevalier Nigra, the Italian ambassador, he conversed for a long while tu French, which His Royal Bigbn...

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ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

ALLORi POLICE COURT. I WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. Dennis Connolly T. Robert Cook.-Tt« defendant was charged with illegally brand ingaredcow. Fromtb«cvidence it appeared , tbat the cow waa impounded at Allora.iu April last, and there being w» brand then visible except W, Mr. Wigbtman, of Warwick, on seeing the advertisement, believed the cow to be bia property, dni sold her to defendant It baring been, proved that the defendant came honestly by the cow, the case was dismissed. Edwin Cowley v. E. H. Margetts. The defendant Was summoned for refusing to pay wages to the amount of £4. It appeared that the complainant was hired on the same terms as those on which he had previously served the late Mr., Mul lock. Verdict for plaintiff with 4a. 6d. coats. Conrad Noe changed Joseph Cronin with assault and battery, but tne case was dismissed. Mr. Oxenham for defendant.

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THE GREATEST LIAR IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

THE GREATEST LIAB1N QUEENSLAND. It will be in the recollection 'of our readers that in the month of January last Mr. Walsh, the member for Maryborough, j contributed to the Queensland press, for : the instruction and delectation of the j Queensland public, a considerable amount of correspondence hinging mainly on the question whether be (Mr-Walsh) had or had not stated that his particular friend Mr. Western Wood was or was not the most accomplished and prolifio 'fabulist ia Queensland. The question could not be settled satisfactorily in this colony perhaps owing to a prejudice in favour of other aspirants to that honour, and it was referred to the home Government, at the { request of Mr, Walsh. The following reply has been received from the Secretary ? of State for the Colonies, and is published [ in last Saturday's Oovtrmitent Gazette : I - -'-i The Secretary of State for the Colpniestothe Governor otQueensland. " Dotraing-etreet, May 1,1807. " §ir,-I have the honour to acknowledge...

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FLOODS: THEIR CAUSES, USES, AND REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

FLOODS: THEIlt CAUSES, USES, AND REMEDIES. A corrvspoudeut of the S. M. fferald writes as follows on a enl ject, tbe discus sion ol' which boe a very deep interest fur tbe people of Ibis oniony as well as for thoie in New South Wales:- . Tbe cau#o oi flood* is not merely ir the weight of rain that falls, but tbe foul and contracted state of the channels which receive that rain. If a body of water, moving with a velocity of ten miles an hour, and filling the whole natural obannel of an average depth of ten fret, is suddenly ?net by a sandbank stretching across its path with an avetage depth of four feet, what can it do .but rise proportionally f Therefore, rivers should to dftdged to a depth that would admit of the passage, at .11 times, of flood watere, without topping * tbe backs. The banks should be protected by ft levee, or false bsuk, ou the top, and the beach at the foot protected from being undermined, a work neither difficult nor expensive. In fact, the expensive works of' en...

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LEYBURN POLICE COURT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MONDAY, JULY 15. (Before G. W. Eliott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

LEYBURN POLICE COURT. (FBOM OUIl OWN OOEBEBPONDENI.) Mokdat, JULY 15. (Before G-. W. Eliott, tfsq., P.M.) Sam, a Chinaman, was apprehended by Sergeant White for stealing a meerschaum pipe from Messrs. Davis, Harris, and Co.'# stores, Leyburn. Tbe prisoner ad mitted taking the pipe, but atated that be iniended to call aud pay for it in tbe evening. He was sentenced to three months' hard labour in Toowoomba gaol. This is tbe only police oase of any im portance that hits occurred since uiy last. Perhaps under tliis heading I should mention that Mr. Sub-Inspector Harris paid an official visit to this place during tbe past week, the result beiug the sus pension of Sergeant Johnsoa, and the appointment of Sergeant White, of tbe Inglewood police, as his successor, pro tern. ? " . The wea&er has been for some time past very changeable, to which is doubt less attributable the many distressing cases -of hooping cough, so prevalent among the juvenile population. There are also many amo...

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ARRIVAL ABD DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

AKKIVAL ANP nKI'AUTURK OK THK MAII.S. ARRIVALS. from Jftirt/fonit, every Tuetday, at 1 p.m., and evert/ Saturday at ti/'.m. " Frit,hot\t and fpticiih, via Drtyton, by CubbU eoechff, ft try Tiittday, Thurs day, and Saturday, at 8 p.m. M Ltybvrv. #»i(7 Ta'ijti Oigginyttevtry Wed* nteday* at noon. DUIARTURES. JFcr Maryland, evrry 3fondayt at 8 a.m., end every Thxirtday, af 4 p.m. Rtithunt and fytmch, via Drayton, ewty Monday, Wednetday, and Friday, by Cobb*t toaehet, at 9 a.m. " OTariotcfc to Leyburti, every Thursday, at 4 a.m K.n." Letter* mvt( bt> fotttd at the Country OJficei half an hour previout fj the time fixed (or (he detpaUh of mailt, but late litter* %cill be received to within a quarter of an hour% upon a fee of a eitpenny ttamp being affiztd to each letter. Nempapert are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed for cloning the math. The Engltth nail timet on or about the 17tA of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS AHP tentebfield ciieoniclb A nsLralian colonic#. , TKPM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. _ Quarterly On advance) ^ . ^?sas'sss-to'«.*'***>?*jnne' Sr^*B5S5? thitr ~ sssfittSMJt'sriStt .ipiration of eachnoirter. TERMS FOE aovertibxng. I « ' Twolinek' 0 Fonrlinea...... » " Mixlinea ..... <k 0 Erart ll»aai*tionii * flve "iinea, or ^ ^ tsr£nand ilipU^' ^""rtiMmant" .» P« dUwrotrt'°T,re® on edT®rH»enienta ""SSSSolliWii"""1" "'I"®®"' .../. '..; Fwprietdr. JOB PRINTING. ^32SSSS»j^" tint to,l«-WW«?A.*® ®*ccvto . every 5iteiiplSt>D #f ( ( With ne»tne»» and despatch, at moderate prf«» CARDS, CAMj< 0 <?P®>,: CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS, iabblb, beotiW a delitsbit BOOKS OHSifSTTK BOOKS, QX124L3>& OfeU tkM, plot* «H» ruled, i. 4ta» Aft." Aft1 n .r1 !'f'r .f' : 1; ' Bi?«bWK^Ttti June. 1867. THE Boari of Ednofctidn will receive until WBDtiBBDAT, ftthlOWjpmlpo.Jcijv Altora; dn,iit<tti Piimary fccboola, at Ww* nick and Toorpotiity^ Sealed u!...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

VVEEtt-LY CALENDAR. July 16 17 181 :s2 Tue». Wed. Tburi. Friday Bat. SUN. Men. , .IMooti't Age G . 62 6 . 01 6 , fil 6 . 60 6 . 60 « . CO 6 . 50.1

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

DIED. On the 14th instant, at Leyburn, Lucy, youngest daughter of Gilbert, W. Eliott, Esq., Gold Commissioner.

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THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 July 1867

TBE FENIAN CONSPIEA.CY. At the Cork Special Commission, during the trial for treason on May 23, of   Captain M'Clure, John Edmund Kelly, David Joyce, and Cullinane, or Boyle, the first-named prisoner withdrew his plea of   "Not Guilty." Although warned that his pleading guilty Could not alter his sentence he deliberately admitted the crime with   which he was charged. the other pri   soners were convicted, but recommended to   mercy. Chief Justice Monahan sentenced     tin.' Iu"r t-iif'j! era to i-r . .... rj u j JSJiu | of June, their beards to be afterwards cut off, and their bodies to be divided into quarters. Kelly expressed the hope that all pleas for     mercy on his part would be disregarded, as   he was willing to die. The other prisoners     did not speak. The court then proceeded     with the t...

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AN IRISH BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

AN IIUSll BREACH OF PEOMISU CASK. At the Derry Ansiiea, before Mr. Justice Keouh, a breach of jirotniio case-linatty v. JoliiiBon-has been heard, 'flic plain tiff «r:s a farmer's daughter-tint is, as he explains J, he Itolde, near Ncwt-iwoliniuvady, 26 acres of ground in perpetuity at a rent ot «G4 1-. 9d., and the defcurintit was "a person in easy circumstances." Dnnia/^'a were laid at J61000, and the case occupied tho court for a considerable time. Tbe defence wan, that the promise wan never rnaile, or that the defendant was drunk when he made it. Fur the plaintiff the chief witnesses were her father and two brothers. One of the latter said-> My sister is about twenty-two years of iige, aud tbe-defendant is about forty. He had been speaking to, and walking with, iny sister fur about four years previous to July last. - Tbe plsiu'iff and defandant became acquainted first about four years ago in Derry. On Friday, the 27th of July, tbe defendant came to our house. He was Dot drunk ...

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WHAT THEY THINK OF AUSTRALIA AT HOME. (from the Scotsman). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

WHAT '1HEY THINK OF AUS TRALIA AT HOME. (flrom the Scetmtn), Toe poptrfsr notion about (he Australian ii that they 9re lands of universal plenty. JVrrold's mot about tlie tickling boe and the laughing liarveft lite bren repeated ad wniMua, On tucii b *ui) it is supposed starvation can only he an old-world memory, called to .n nd with a feeling akiu to Lucretius's selfish satisfaction in a safe view of (be biurtn, vr <<i be>t witii couuinpUious compassion for pour Knropean drudges. Australian books and Australian orators are never tired of contrasting tbe low pay and low living of British workmen with tbe handsome iuo' tnee ana n.cat four iimea a 4aj wliiob aKrienltural labourers can tenure .I (be antipodes. Servant girls are invited io flock out to cities where they will be W/msJ before tl ey cotiie ashore, and, after . few weeks of rcnirt, which will, iu fact, consist of doing as they please, and receiving lUMt lit eral wages for doing it, will become engag...

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CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

CONUKDaUM. 1. A b «. 2. Two young animals. 3. Two tall trees. 4. One largo animal 5. Ten Spanish gentlemen. 6. A great number of swift animate. 7. Two places of worship. 8. A quantity of shell fish. 9. Some musical instruments. 10. Three measures. ,11. Two fisb. 12. And an unm tigated amount of impudence. AXSWEE. 1. Chest. 2. Calves. 3. Palms. 4. Heart-(bart). 5. Dona-(tendons). 0. liairs-(hares). 7. Temples. * 8. Muscles-(Mussels). 9. Organs. 10. Foot, hand, and cail, 11. Two soles. 12. Cbeek.

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

. THE ELECTIONS. The following a list of the members who have been returned for the constituencies placed opposite to their name* Hon. C. jjilley Fortitude Valley Mr. T. B. Stephens South iirinlmuo Mr. T. P Pugh 1 Dr. O'Dohertv >North Brisbane Mr. A. B. fntchard J Mr. Gh Clark Warwlbk Sir. A. II. Palmer Port Curtis Hon. A. Macalistcr) Dr. Ohalliuor > Ipswich Mr. J. Murphy ) Hou. G. liliott Wide Bay Bou.'l^&MackeuEie} The Buroett Mr! H.Say \ Western Down8 Hon. John Douglas Eastern Downs Mr g! (Lfoman } The LeiohhMdt Mr. Fitrgerald Kockhamptou Mr. P. O'Sullivan I Hon. J. P. Bell > West More ton Mr. George Thorn ) m,w.b.GT» {"SS.-'1" "Mr. Henry Thorn Northern Downs - Mr. W. H. Walsh Maryborough Mr. G-. Mylae The Warrega Mr. Miles The Marouoa -.-- The Kennedy Mr. C. FiUsimmons Clermont Mr. U. W. Lamb . The MitqheH.

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Poetry. CASTLES IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

CASTLES IN THE Alii. 'Xwas in a land of fertile soil, A land liigli praised for wealth. Whore meu without tlio usual (nil, Would fortune mnke iu health. 'Twas on a Don na with Darling nnne, T cv bid mu wind my way, ?vH'flire I cuuJd liee to frlniiuiiH {nine. And cod a joyous day. "J'wm in a town with nil the pride 'iiiat makes a (own euliliuie, Where puor and rich in buggies ride, And gaily pass their time. That happiness and wealth liko this Would soon to niu unfold. That I could rest in endless lilies. To n» was often told. No second thought exchanged my mind, ?hit, as a secret found, I hurried off to raise the rind, And tread this golden ground, A range eurmoimteri. grand in eight. With pure and flagrant air. My journey ended, with delight To business did prcpaie My etory'a done-'tis but a dream. Nought else eon I compare; This world would gloomy of tin seem Without castles in the air. T. T. Nell-afreet, Toowoomlw, -tbowoomia Chronicle.

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