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

WARWICK EMPORIUM. T¥BW GOODS! NEW GOODS S ! IJI'IK Advertiser beg* to ca'l epec'tl attention to hie CHOICE ASSORTMENT of CONSISTING OF . Dress Stafis, Plaids, Winceys, Merinos, Coburgs, and Woollen Goods Plush Wool Scarfs Ladies' Fashionable Belts, quite new, in b!ack and colours , Calicos and Sheetings > v ttent's West of England Doe Suits Melfon Cloth Suits Tweed * do. Shirts-A large assortment of Crimean, White. and Begatta Scarfs and Ties quite new a ran^iHi mjpply ©if GROCERIES, Oilmen's Stores, AND fn ndditiott to tht aKrone large ftorfe iss MM Kerosene Oil American Chain Do. . Brooms ' White Lead, Paints, Oils and Turps These paresis have just arrived, and will be found on inspection the most unique assortment of GOODS ever introduced into Warwick. » K. W. GILL. !? E"t» a, S2 iff ? * %JL& II ii .5 S.0 Sa "V I [i I III 1 f g 8 *§ t -l" 1' si* 5 a b. «»» sr »Jf5 ErtsSfS. JACOB HORWITZ & CO. jgEfl tojnform the public that tbey bare receired from England, direc...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

ADELAIDE. Julv 17. ! Justioo Boothby attempted to re-open the Court after tho other judges Lad ad journed St. The Maftter-ia-Kquity re futed to comply. Justice fioothby's conduct has been denounced iu tbe Assembly. July 18. . The Water Commission Report show* that overcharges have been made, and public money wasted. Prince Alfred will be requested to lay the foundation-stoue of the now Post Office. A man named John Williamson arrived from Sydney, in the custody of the police. The prisoner is accused of shooting a( oue Charles Molloy, who eulsequentTy died from Lis wounde, at his public-house, Millar's Water Hole, thirty-three milos from Burke Town, Gulf of CarpeuLaria, on the lOtli December laBt. The circum stances of the ease, no doubt, will etill be &esh in the recollection of some of our readers. Molloy imd Williamson iiad a quarrel at the tatter's house, and it ended in Molloy's striking Williamson, who suddenly pulled out a revolve*' aud fired at him, wounding him in th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

WANTED, 1 AA GOOD PICK ana SHOVEL MEN, 1UU and good AXEMEN. Apply. Dig 11IU, NEWTON BOYD, near Glen Innes. 483 FENCERS wantbd' AT TALGAI. Apply at BEAD STATION. 418 To Storekeepers and. Others. V. h.TBOWI HAS rcoeivad iustructlona to sail by public auotlon, at bU Mart, Paltnuriu-streut, Ou WEDNESD VT NKXr, tba 2Uh lust., 60 BOMB Pigs 1 Oaso Dried Herbs 2 Oaaei (Japan 1 Cass Potted Meats 10 UOKOS Pipes. 1 Case GolwanV Mustard albo, HOUSEHOLD FUiiNlTUEti, oajupeutNs Olriffonnisr, Soti, Tables, Wash Stands. Clucks, Caiup Urous, toilers, Saucepans, &a., &c. Terms-Cash. Ho Beserre. Sale to commend) at 11 a.m. abarp 668 Postponement of Bale. fllUOSE Paddooks advertised for fwle on tlia X BOtb July, and* known as Mr. Marshall's. This is to give notice tbat the day of tSule is POSTPONED till THURSDAY, the 1st; August. W. O. BALLS, 653 Auctioneer. Paddocks! Paddocks!! TO GRAZIERS, PUBLICANS, BUT CHERS, and OTHERS. W. C. BALIS AS been favoured with instructions from tba propri...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

WARWICK I'OLICIS COLMiT. j FBIDAT, JUJ.Y 22. (Before the Police .Magistrate.) Carohuo Cltapiuan accused \\ ltliatn ; Bradburn with un anxault committed upon boron Monday, the I5tb inst. According to the evidence it appeared that defen dant's ivife Beat for the complainant, and wlion the latter went to the house (lie sprang from the sola, and caught lier by the neck and threw hei Uowu and ticked her. Mr. Addenbrooko appealed for the dufcudaut, and elicited the following evidence in cross-examination of the pro secutor. Mrs. Urndburu tent the girl for me to come down ; 1 consider the house id which the defendant resides is my pro perty ; Bradburu claims the house and everything else; when I went to the houso, and after the assault was committod, bo ordered me off in presence of the police, and told.me to leave the premises; I do .not believe that the property belongs to Bradburn. His Worship stated that as it was a case of disputed owuersbip oi property lie had ne jurisdiction, aud di...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

^ti$«£C<»ttf<>u3, Italian Maabumie Heoeebs. - In Genoa there are regular marriage brokers, j who have puckecbooks filled with the nauies of all the marriageable girls of the different clauses, with note- of their figures, personal attractions, uu>l t'liamies, and other circumacimce*. T.icsj l/r^kar* go about endeavouring to arrange collec tions iu the same off-hand mercantile manner which they would bring to bear. upon a merchandise transaction; and when they succeed, they get a commission of two or three per cent, upon the portion, with such extras or bonuses as may bo voluntarily bestowed by the party. Mar riage at Genoa is thus often times simply a matter of business calculation, generally settled by the parents or relations, who often draw up the contract before 'the parties have seen one another; and it is only when everything else is Arranged, ana a few days previous to the marriage ceremonyn that the future husband is iu traduced to hiB partner for...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE BISHOP OF OXFORD'S CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

TUB BISHOP OF OXFORD'S CONUNDRUM. , ." I am a wonderful pieco of mechanism ; for, consider of wbat a siugular medley 1 am composed: I have two caps, two lids, eud several weathercocks, three distinct measures: I am always accompanied by two larger fishes and mauv smaller OUBB, two iively young uuhuatu and eoveral milder ones, by beautiful flowers aud a haudsorae stag, two tall trees, aod two observaut student*: 1 am always attended by half a score of Spauish gentlemen, two musical instruments, two balls, aud the steps of an old-fashioned hotel." The Liverpool Albion contains the fol lowing solution from " Orion" I had read your conuudruin, which puzsled me so, I was wretchedly nervous from head to <nr toe; I gazed from my seat at one leg, then the other. Threw the right o'er tho left, then the left o'er its brother ; Then I gazed at the feudor, the grate and the gas, At my bookcase, my books, and an opera g'tw, At the pictures that hung all tho Bittiog room round, At the'...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNB. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

MELBOUHNB. July 17. I Willis has pleaded guilty to the charge of robbing the Colonial Hank. Daigreaves, the gold Oisroverer, bai been ordered to be colled to ii;o bar of the Assembly, to answer certain aoLLrtions made by the Age newspaper, that some of the members asked payment for their vote in favour of the completion of the grant originally made for his discoveries, Willis, the manntier of tho Colouial Bank of Tarnagulia, has been sentenced to two years' imprisonment. The Great Britain arrived to-day-58 days out. July 18. The Alexandra, diggings are yielding well. -

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence.>fw£ [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

|>fw£ Cbiobkt.-We learn that the Eastern Down* (Leybnrn) Cricket Olnb ha* sent . challenge to play any eleven of IVtrabk i bom* and home match-the first to be played at Iitybiirn -and that . reply has been Bent to the effect tUut eleven Warwick erioketere will meet the LeybuVnltes hare, and afterward* play * retain metoti on their own groand. We hope the match will coma off,eo as to create a little life In onr township, Bebious ACCIDENT.-We regret ngnta to have to record au accident of a very serious charac ter which occurred to a person named Alexander H'Sparran, .residing In the Pocket, bear this town. From information received it appears tliat thi* unfortunate man waa riding . yonng colt after another hone In hi* pad dock, when from some cause the saddle became loose, and the rider waa thrown upon his head, causing a severe injury. Dr. Bnllen attended the auffcrer, who remained insensible for eighteen hours, and la still in great danger. The dootor caunot yet pronounoa the mas...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

WEE&LY CALENDAR. Jul f 23 241 26 Tiiei. Wed. Tlmra. Friday Sat. 8UN. MOD. J .IMOODH Age

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

WARWICK EMPORIUM, THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED JflE REMAINING STOCK, &c., Contained in the above premises, begs respectfully to iuform the PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT ho intends Carrying on tne Easiness, and trusts, by Btrict attention to ^ tiio REQUIREMENTS of tb TltADE, and also by keeping a Firat-cLiBa GENERAL Assortment of mem # jp&mf Myptf. WILL SHORTLY WjVE DRAPERIES GROCERIES FANCY GOODS, &* The whole of which will)» personally selected from the best Markets, and offered atPriees, FOR.CASH, th*t canttqt Mlffe) fteltnost comomicalbuyer. : ; ..J ^ _..p General Post Office, Brisbane, 28rd Wry, 16<S7. AMENDED BATES OP POSTAGE TO BE GHABGKD ONOORRIiSPON DENCE FOR DESPATCH TO, OR RECEIVED FROM PAlN Afo A, ETC,. HZ THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL STEAMERS, VIA SYDNEY. . r|1HE Honorable the Pontmnster-Qener*! of Sydney, bylag ilgpiBai io IBs office, thai In ftilnre 1 a chares of twenty alililings (20B.) per lb. will be cliwged by the New...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

(Ma£ On dit that the reductions ia the Civif Service are assuming dimensions of rathe portentiouB magnitude. It is said that the police estimates are reduced by £20,000; that nearly a score Lave been served with notices immediately in the Survey Office ; that the roads and bridges are to be as tliiuga that were; and that the tiolonial Architect will be left to " build castles in the air." Poor little Uichardi will have to "paddle his own cauoe," being deprived of his boatmen; ; and the < 'ommnuder of the Platypus in laid up in ordinary. Will the Kate follow suit? And as to the police, is there really, even in the superior offices, DO need of detectives f-Guardian. As will be seen by advertisement in another column, the official liquidator of the Bank of Queensland announces that a final dividend of 3s. 4d. in the pound, making up the full 20s. in the pound to the creditors, will be paid at the bank on application after the 22nd instant. Creditors for notes and other unpro...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

ARRIVAL ANTi HHI'AHTIUIK OK THE M AI i s. ARRrVAI.R. ftim Maryland, every Tvtnday, nt 1 p.m., and every Saturday ot G /MM. 9i Brisbane and fptwich, via Drayton, by Coblt't ioachcir, every Tuesday* Thurs day, and Saturday,at 3 p.m. .» Jjtyburn, via T-Cqn t.Hyyiugt,every Wed netday* at noon. DKlJiRTlJRBS. For Maryland, tv- ' v Monday, at 6 a.m., and every Thur*.:-iy, at 4 p.m. Br it bane and Jptwich, via Drayton* every Monday, Wednttday, and Friday, by Cobb'e toachet, at 9 a.m. t, Warwick to Leylurn, every Thursday* at 4 a.m NM.-Letter* mutt it l otted at the Country Offices half an hour previous t» the time fixed (or the. despatch of mailt, but late letters toill be received to within a quarter of an hour, vpon a fee of a sitpeuny stamp being affixed to each letter. Newspapers are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed far doting the mailt. The English mail dotes an or about the 17th cf every month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

WARWICK ARGUS im TENTEBFIELD CHRONICLE JH published every 'foetiay and Friday iiiornlrgii, *sd forwarded to all parts of Hie A imliuUui colonies. TERMS OF 8CBSCBIPTI0N. .Quarterly <io adrsuce) 8s. Ditto (credit) 10B. <»rders unaccompanied by prepayment will re vive DO attention. .. i)onta terminate Slat Match, 30th June. KOtb-SapteaSier, and Slat December. Subscriber* wishing to withdraw their names Iran tho Hat frill be reanired to forward their irclgnation (together witu all arrears) direct'to llmoBbe<i<ieast foiIrte«n steer days Mm tl» nptttdtneriUlitquulir. TERMS.FOB ADVBB'l'ISING. Two lines 1 6 F»or lines 8 0 Six lines 8 0 Eight lines 4 0 Every, additional five Mites, or nnaer i> 0 large and displayed advertisements as per mneant. . 4 liberal discount allowed on advertisements »riert>d for nutreUjnn six con lenitive insertions. Mirths, marriages, or 4eatli», St. each inser tion; 1 :? 1 ? . . , j In the absence of written inatrnc...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) SYDNEY. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

farwcfi ^Prgws, TEKTEBl'lELD CHKONICLE. TUESDAY. JULY 2». 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgedfrom the Uritbant daily paperi.) SYDNEY. July 17. ! The Assembly are engaged in discussing (he case of eftther Dillont who was auspended from the 'chaplaincy of tbo station at Cockatoo some time ago. l'he Government intend extending (be telegraph to Port Macquarie. Green will pull Hi'ckey on the 24th of August, and if successful, will tfhalleuge Kelly for the English championship. Ju!y 18. At the wool sales held to-day there was a brisk demand, at easier prices. Sheepskius were one farthing higher. The Assembly are engaged in debating h bill for the establishment of a federal Council. Flour is quoted ten shillings per ton higher. Mr. Godd&rd, engraver, Pitt-street, was accidentally poisoned to-duy, owing to a mistake in the m&kfcg up of a recipe. The Bev. John Beid, of the Mariners' Church, is dead.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 July 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Accounts for the quarter ending 301A June hit are now in course of delivery, and we hope they trill be settled without the least deity. Those in arrears will kindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to them. Hi* being the proper time for payment <f subscriptions in advance, we trust our friends wilt acknowledge the fiat by send? "ing remittances.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE FENIAN MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

./HE FENIAN MOVEMENT. Tbe effort of (be delictives to recapture Kirwan, whose ' recent escape from tlio Meath Hoapital, Dublin, hasjiut the police authorities and some of I lie Government officials into b great flutter, have us yet been fruitless. He sppare to bare played tnauy parts, having i/cn at various times a sergeant of militiii, a metropolitan police man, one of the Pope's brigade, a fire escs|>e tuao, a oardcr in tlie Four Courts, Marsbalsea, or delators' prison, and an inspector of boats oti tbe Royal Cunal. A abort time ago be hebl a good situation in Liverpool, and relumed about a week before tbe Tallagbt affray io a collier to Wicklow. Inconsequence of information received by tho Government the prisoner, Patrick Kelly, 39 A, who ia charged with having aided iu tbe escape of Kirwau from tbe Meatli Hospital, wis removed from Richmond bridewell to Kiloiainbam gaol on Saturday in charge of the police. On Saturday mornin?, on the arrival of I tho steamer from Liverpool to...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

STATEMENT of BEVENUE and EXPENDITURE 0f the WABWIOK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. from lit Jannaiy to 80th Jane, 1867. 5Z ~ £ a. d, 1667. Januaty 1.-To Mum to Austra lianJiint Stock Bank Wo 8 11 Ouhinhua.. .. 8 8 10 Endowment on ntea (less exohange) .. 182 10 6 Bates received.. .. 14S IS 6 OR. 1867. £ a. d Jan. 24.-By W. 0. Belbridg®, Gottrn ment Qauttt .-826 P. Bitohie, printing .. S 16 0 Wm. Warren, anditor,. 6 6 0 Thoa. Horsman " ..£60) N.Thornton, gravelling Victoria-street .. Iff 17 Town clcrk, salary .. 12 10 Office expenses, stamp*, ftc. 2 8 March 6.-Bjr Buggenkamp. p >sts and sign boards. Square 8 0 Town Clerk, salary .. 14 11 6 S. Marshal, poll clerk 1 I Carriage .. ..0 7 Davit, Harris, and Co., measming taps .. 0 4 T. Siavin. cutting iiurr 10 O March 1*.-By P. Thornton, stumping and repeiriufi; streets 26 ti T.Siavin, removing hay stack .. ..10 Match88.-By N.Thornton, repairing roads .. .. S 13 Town clerk, salary ..*14 11 8 April II.-By H O. Woolcott, sun dries 1 18 6 Expenses att...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MARYBOROUGH. July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

MARYBOROUGH. July 19. I Un (be second day's races the weather ! was fine, and there was a good attendance. The running was as follows 5 1. The Ladies' Purse was wou by Forres ter ; .scteeon, second. The Maryborough Plate.-Nonsuch, 1; Blink Bonny, 2. In the Hack Bace, King was first. The Consolation Stakes was won by Oaielle; Zoe, second. The Forced Handicap,-Circassian was first; Nonsuch, second.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. JULY 26 1[?]67. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers,) DALBY. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

farwicfi rrg«$, TKNTEBF1ELD CHRONICLE. FEIDAY. JOLT 26 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abridgedfrom tht Briibane daily paper*,) DALBT. July 21. A .serious outrage was committed in ! Dully on Friday night last, on a ciin j named Black, by two men unknown. Black was,kicked in a brutal manner in | the face, and in varioue parts of the body. One man is in custody on suspicion.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BOWEN. KENNEDY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

BO WEN. KEMIEDT ELECTION. Bowen Mackay Fitzgerald. M'Donald. 22 42 87 1 69 43 Majority for Fitzgerald 16. On the polt being declared at Mackay, Fitrgerald was chaired by the electors. The returns from Townsville and the other polling places are expected in a week. A well-armed escort, consisting of per sons who have volunteered their services for the occasion, will leave this town, under the command of the Police Magis trate, for the Clarke Diggings, on Monday morning next. July 23.

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