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ROCKHAMPTON. July. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

BOCK H AMPTON. July. 19. I Latest news from the gold-field on Lotigmore Station are of a favourable character. There are from four to five hundred men on the ground Bt present. A quarts-crushing company, with a capital of £6000, to work Morinieh Beefs, is being formed. _ The coming election is causing con siderable interest. Messrs. Archer and Dick are (he only candidates in the field at present, or likely to be. July 22. Heavy finds of gold have taken place at Brady's Creek. There has been a new rush to Rosewood, where two nuggets, weighing (jogetber upwards of 4!bi>., have been got. The population of that place sow numbers over one thousand.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

SYUNfcY. July 19. | The City Hank has declared a dividend of eight per cent. Tee Federal Council Bill ban been withdrawn on account of an infor mality in the mannar of its introduction. The Government asserts that it is in a position to taeet the liabilities falling due, without laving recourse to further taxa tion. At the ealeB of hides and tallow held to-day, prices were firmer, and the remand brisk. At the Giafton races lo-day, the Mares' Produce btakes were won by Duke. Bouquet carried ofl the Luditu1 l'urse. I ke Maiden Mate was wun by (Springbok, and the Publicans' Plate by Tomboy. The debate on the eccund itidiuj; of (lie Bobbery under Anne bill ie proceeding. Mr, Martin moved au amendment that the j Bill be read a sec ud time that day six | month?. July 20. Mr. Rynn, chemist, 1i»b been committed fur trial on chnrges connected will) the poisoning of Mr. Goddard, engineer, Fitt-street. July 22'. The Joint Stock Bank has declared a dividend of 8 per cent. Late losses, including...

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 — 26 July 1867

ELEOTIOH or ACDITOB.-The .leotion of an auditor Cor tba Warwick Municipality ID the room ot Mr. W. Warren, resigned, took place on Tuesday last. There vera two candidates, and tba following wu the result of tbe poll: For Mr. 8. Marshal, ]6; for Mr. J. Winitone, 8. Tbe former wu deolared duly elected. A list of leases, under tbe Leasing Aot of 1866, appears In Saturday's (iaiette, which have been excouted by bla Hxcellenoy tbe Governor, and era now lying at tbe Grown Lands offices in Brisbane, Ipswich, Warwlok, Toowoomba, Maryborough, and Bookhampton, to be delivered when algned by tbe iauees. TIMBER LICENSES.-Return of all applications for Timber Liornses, made 'to tbe Bench of Magistrates at Allora, from tba 1st day of January, to the 80th day of June, 1867, both inclusive:-0. Fiohtler, G. Knho, B. Blnehad, J. Gillae. Geo. Thowiew, B. Gallagher, Thos. Brown, John Brown, Abraham Thomas, Isaac Bennle, Bobt. LeggetL, Francis Bntler, M. McKenz'e, H. Jerris, Bobt. Bell, John Morri son. ...

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

ADELAIDE. Jiilv 19. I The financial statement mado by the 1 Colonial Treasurer shows a deficit of £191,000. Wboat is dull of sale, and prices have a downward tendency. July 22. The Government declines peuBiouing off Mp. Justice Boothby. The Agneta has been wrecked in the gulf. Three of the bands were drowned.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE LATE ATTEMPT TO MURDER AT GLENGALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

THE LATE ATTEMPT TO MURDER AT G LEN GALL AN. Tbe Daily Guardian makes tbe follow ing comments on tbe above case: " A case was tried last week at tbe Toowoomba Assizes wbicb presents some remarkable features. The parties prin cipally concerned in it were residents of Warwick, and tbe relations in which tliey stood to each other were apparently of a very singular kind. A man, seemingly well to do in the world, having married a wid6w, who brought with ner also a daughter by her preceding husband, sent for a lad from New South Wales, who is presumedly some counection of the wife. From a child, the lad grew up into man hood, without very clearly appreciating his real connection with tho family by whom he was maintained, and without that instruction and education which would havo rendered him conscientiously solicitous on the poiut. Unfortunately, an attachment sprang up between the daughter and the lad, which led to very" uiel&ucholy consequences. It was not denied by any one at ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHEEP BREEDING AND WOOLGROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

SHEIiL' 1JKKEDING AND WOOL GltOWING. The following u cxtraoted from the letter aiiilrcbuvJ to the Auitralasian by Mr. Thorns« Shaw, of Tulfiai, who promises to give information in a future communication relative to the best system of sheep breed ing iu accordance with the laws of nature. The extent of the prosperity of the elioeji-breadere, uod the sapcrior perfectioa of tha climate over that of others for the production of wool, depends upou the number of the roost valuable manufacturing qualities their wool possesses. The value of all Wiul, whether fine or coarse, depeuds upon the pre-nminenco of the inoat valuable man nfrcturiug qualities their wool possesses. The qualities are eouutlneue, denecncsn, freeness, fulness, softnesB, a fair length of staple, and a g'lod milling or fulling proper tied. All wools possessing these qualities are valuable, the more so according to the degree of fineness, and the extent of the superior perfection of these qualities. By soundness is meant a ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor vill not be responsible for any opi nions or views expressed by Correspondents, end will always reject personal communica (tons unless on subjects of public importance, end guatanteed by the signature of tfa author* {To the Editor of tht Warwick Argut.S SIB,-Will you allow me, through the columns of your valuable paper, to call tbe attention of the police of thiB town to tbe practice so prevalent here of driving mobs of wild horeea through the principal thoroughfares, to the imminent danger of her Majesty's liege subjects. I was this morning a witness (o an instance of this kind, when a mob of horseB were being driven with furiouB violence up Palmerin-street, and from thence through one of the narrow lanes adjoining, to the great danger of some little ones on their way to school. Fortunately one of tbem was of an age to understand the extreme peril of her position, and crept through the fence, dragging after her her smaller companion (who appeared...

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

MELBOURNE. July 19. | The changes made in the Age news prper a^aioBt certain members of the Legislative Assembly, with reference to the HargreaveB case, will form the subject of enquiry by a select committee of the Aesembly. The Steam Marine Board has suspeuded the certificate of the Captain of the Lima for nine months. The Albambra has arrived from Hokitika with 20,000 ounces of gold. July 20. Nicholls has been sentenced to death for the Collindin murjer. The sinking of the steamer Black Swan is attributed to the carelessness on the part of i he captain jf the Luna. It is rumoured that the sum of £3000 was sent to liallaarat to bribe the mem bers of Parliament to vote, in a particular way on the recommendations of the Royal Commission, with reference to the mining reserve. July 22. Searle and Ballan have both been sen tenced to death for the murder of Mr. Burke. The barque Monarch has been totally wrecked at Queenscliffe. The editor of the Age-Mr. Harrison has threatened the Argus ...

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. Horwitz & Co., HAVE much pleasure iu informing tho inhabitants oi Wnrwick and its vicinity of thoir additional supply of WINTER GOODS, Which they ere prepared to Sell CHEAPER THAN EVEU, consisting of PRINTS CALICOES WOOL PLAIDS DAMASK, VELVET, & CLOTH TABLE COVERS, &c.,&c.,&c. BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT: 20 Trunks of LADIES' BOOTS 10 do. CHILDREN'S DO. The largest assortment of WELLINGTON and BLUCHER BOOTS ever known in Warwick. ©IF 13 WELL BEPUESENTED. Tobacco! Tobacco! THE ONLY GENUINE BARRETT'S TWIST TOBACCO - ON THE T©W!NL Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Kerosene, &c., &c. WINES & SPIRITS ALE AND PORTER, OF THE BEST BRANDS. GREAT REDUCTION IN FLOIJR!!! £1 18s. per Bag-. BEST ADELAIDE FLOUR HART'S BRAND, AN EALY CALL IS SOLICITED. ilte itt tott is JACOB HORWITZ & C0. S CQRflMIERCDA!!. 662 ? WARWICK. For Sale, BY Private Treaty, 3 ALLOTMENTS of LAND, situated ill tbe best parts of War wick...

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

A BUSH IDEA.-*1 A well kuown Boni face in the Wimmera district," sayB the Pleasant Creek Advertiser, " has dis covered a new mode of disposing of his goodB. If a station bond' with a cheque' shows no disposition to etay and be nap py, he is hired at good wages, and kindly told to rest himself for a couple of days before commencing work. As a natural t-onsequence, be imbibes, the temptation is strong, and his thirst increases, until finally it overmasters his prudence, and tbe proceeds of his cheque rapidly disap pear until it is at an end. Sobriety COUIOB at lost, whenbeis gravely told by tbepolite landlord that he stands indebted to him for so many cobblers over and above those paid for, and that hia services are not required, as it is indispensable thnt the man he wants to hire should not only be trustworthy but always sober, l'be victim shoulders bis swag a wiser and a poorer num.'

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

MAC tliifcm*. BISHOP Tunnel's VISIT TO DBAISON. -A Correspondent writes " Though somewhat behindhand, probably the follow ing may be thought of sufficient interest to many of your readers to merit epaoe in your journal: OB Sunday forenoon, the 14tb instant, the Lord Bishop from Eton Vale, where he bad spent a day or two, held Diviue service In St. Matthew's; delivering, aa usual, en exocllent sermon to a fall congre gation, tiiounb had bis intended visit been more generally known the Church wonld, I believe, have been inconveniently crowded. A hastily gotton-up address was presented to him immediately after service, just when on the eve of departing. I annes a copy of it, whiob was signed by the Church wardens and about thirty of the parishioners who bad the opportunity of doing so. My Lord,-The undersigned members of the Anglican Church, Parish of Drayton, bail with great satisfaction your Lordships re tarn to your Diocese. It was with un feigned regret we have heard at various tim...

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A CHURCH EJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

A CHURCH EJECTED. A very singular error, exhibiting in its results culpable remissness of the depart meat of Lauds and Survey, Armed the subject of au iuterrieir, yesterday, between ilie Hun. Mr. Craser, M.L.C., Messrs. Bayles, I'lumraer, and Smyth, M.L.A.'e, and Mr. Grant. Soiuo eighteen or twenty months ago, the department put up (or sale, by auction, a piece of land at Kirkstall, which was UougUt by a person named Mucuamara, for a couple of pouuds, aud a Crown grant '.fas obtained by him. The sale li«d no sonuer beeu completed, than the department beciuie aware that the land had beeu previously granted to the Wcslcyau body, was vested iu trustees, and that they bad erected a baudsouie chapel at a cost of something like £700. That Macnamara was aware of bis windfall is apparent by bis subsequent action, for be at once engaged a number of men,, aruied with cudgels, and proceeded on the Sabbath day tu take possession of the church, and prevent the congregation assembling for worship...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

j WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usunl fortnightly meeting of this body was held yesterday afternoon, when there were present--his Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Kvenden, Boss, F. Morgan, and Affleck. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous quarterly and general meetings were read and con firmed. COEItESPONDENCE. The Town Clerk read a letter which he was instructed to write to L. E LeBter, Esq., of lioseiithal, respecting the removal of certain gates which the proprietors of the station had caused to be erected on a road within the municipal town boun dary, informing him that if (he gates were cot removed according to a promise which he had made, the Council would take steps to have them removed at the ri sk and ex pense of Mr. Lester. Another letter was read from Mr. J. Jarrett asking for the balance of salary due to his deceased brother. Alderman HOBS proposed that the late Town Clerk's salary bo paid to the ap plicant. The MATOB moved an amendment that the matter be referred to the Fin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

ABBIYAli AND DKPAKTURK OK THE MAILS. ARRTVALB, From Maryland, every Tuesday, at 1 f.m , and every Saturday at 6 p.m. " Briebane and Ipswich, via Drayton % by Cobb's coaches, evtry Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday, at 3 p.m. * T/eyburn, via Tilg it Diggings,every TT«rf nesday, at noon, DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 «»ni" end every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by Cobb** coaches, at 9 a.m. ft Warmth to Leyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a. in N.B.*-Letters must bt> $ osted at the Country Offices half an hour previous t> the time fixed (or the despatch of mails, but late letters will be received to within a quarter of an hour% upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter. Mewspapers are required to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mails. The English mail closes on or about the 17tk of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

THE WARWICK ABGUS AMD TENTBBPIELD CHBONICLE )fl published every Tuesday ana Friday morairga, and forwarded to ell parts of the A lUtwlUn colonies. XBBM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. Quarterly (In advance). 8s. Ditto (credit) ....... 10«; Order* unaccompanied by prepayment will re AglfQ HQ AtUDtlOb. Quarters terminate Silt March, 30tb Jane, SOth September, and Slat December. BtiWribora viihiug to withdraw their names liom tboliat will bo required to forward their tcsignitlon (together with all aiwars) direct to tlin office at least fourteen dear day* before the .splration of each quarter. TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING. .Twolines 1 « JTourllnes ;... 2 0 Six lines 8 0 Kight lines * ® Every additional five lines, or . under . . 1 0 Large and displayed advertisements as per ataroement. A liberal discount all awed on advertisements «i Acted for more than six consecutive insertions. Uirtha, gutiiages, or deaths, 8s. each inser tlnu. In ibs absence of written instructions to the eo.itrary, adTertiiementB trill...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AST) ADVER TISERS. We heg to state that our Account! for the quarter ending 20tli June last are now j in ceurte of delivery, and we hope they j will be settled without the least delay. Those in arrears trill kindly oblige us by \ a prompt settlement, as our requirements j must be ittvious to them. j Jsf This being the proper time for payment j of subscriptions in advance, we trust our'j friends will acknowledge the fact by send- j ' ing remittances. j

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 July 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Jul; 28 84 25 86 27 Tuei. Wtd. Tbnn. Frid»v I8«t 28 ISDN. 89]Mon. .IMoon'e Age

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SHOCKING ATTEMPT TO MURDER A YOUNG WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

SHOOKING ATTEMPT TO MURDER ' A YOUNG WOMAN. A dreadful oocurrence lias taken place at Guokhurst-liill, near Woodford, Easex. At 6 o'clock on Wednesday morning, a young man uf fair complexion, and of about 6 feet 6 inches in height, entered tlie lipping Police station, and told the inspector that he had (tabbed a young woman at Buck boril-hill with a dagger, and that be had left it in the field lying by ber side. He laid hie name was Frederick Alexander Walking, and that he was the eon ol Mr. Waikins, a watchmaker, who had for several yean carried on business in the Strand, near the Adelphi Theatre, and that he now lived with his father at No. 86, Henrietta-street, Oovent-garden. His father had lately purchased a freehold estate at Bnckhurst-nill. , A constable was sent with him to the 'field in question, which forms part of the property of a Free hold Land. Pulicy, and Ibey bavo lately made a road through it for boildiiig pur poses. Uuilcr a fence the constable fouud a large pool of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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UNION AMONG THIS COLONIES. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

UNION AMONG THIS CULONlliS. {From tht Sydney Morning Herald.) Letters under the title .>("" Ui.ixn among ' the Colonies" appeared in tl.ib jouro il in 1854. Tbe sul>j<;ct to whirl, tlioy refer ii one "of great ami growing interval tu tlie Australian dependeuci**. We propose to republish tbetn as we may fiuil opportunity. LETTER. SUBJECT.-No system <jf tinfouiat govern ment complete wltich excludes united action ander the eaaction of federal iavr. --Belations of the colonic* with each other increasingly intimate No united action OBgUt to inierfere with municipal institution*.-There la & point where both are necessary and consistent with eaoh other.-The jealousy of Atnerioao colonies in early -TL« then policy of the British Miniitry.-Tba altered J? . British Government. .Puerile jealousy among tho colonies of #ach other to be deprecated. Whatever constitutional changes may be conceded by the Crown to a particular colony, do system of government can ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

IMPORTANT JftOTICE. J. Horwitz & Co, 9 HAVE much pleasure iu informing the inhabitants ot Warwick and its vicinity of their additional supply of WINTER fiOODS, Which they are prepared to Sell CHEAPER THAN EVER, constating of-» PRINTS CALICOES WOOL PLAIDS DAMASK, VELVET, & CLOTH TABLE COVERS, &c.l4tc.,&0. BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT: 20 Trunks of LADIES' BOOTS 10 do. CHILDHEN'S DO. The largest assortment of WELLINGTON -arid BI<UCHER BOOTS ever known in Warwick. Tobacco! Tobacco! r THE ONLY GENUINE BARRETT'S TWIST TOBACCO AM THE TmQM, . & S&&&3 <|>3? Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Kerosene, &c., &c. WINES & SPIRITS ALE AND PORTER, OF THE BEST BBANDS. GREAT REDUCTION IN FLOURS!! £1 18s. per Bag. BEST ADELAIDE FLOUR HART'S BRAND, - AN EALY CALL IS SOLICITED, ibe Cheapest §jf«»s* in Hem is JACOB HORWIH & CQ.S 662 WARWICK. For Sale, BY Private Treaty, 8 ALLOTMENTS or LA...

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