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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

The challenge offered by R. Green, the ex-champion, having been accepted by W. Mickey, who at present holds the premier position, a meeting of the two competitors took place lost evening at Tattersall'e rooms, where a match was arranged and proper articles drawn up. The race is to com'e off on the 21th August, over the usual course on the Pamunatta River, the £200 a side, and a deposit of £10 a side was made on tfie signing of the articles. £50 a side is to be made good on Monday next at Messrs. M'Grath and Punch's, and it was also mutually agreed that in the event of any difficulty arising in the ap pointment of a referee the power should be vested in the bands of Mr. M'Grath, wbo is appointed stakeholder. From the fact that 11. Green is about leaving for England, the forthcoming event will prove ? interesting to all lovers of aquatic sports. -S. M. Herald. Considerable amusement was caused on Saturday last, by the conduct of a num ber of blacks in Charlotte-street, sear Tattersall...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

MA£ D.uiiNa BOBBEBY.-A daring robbery, committed by some person evidently well acquainted with tbo premises, wasenected on Thursday evening at Mrs. Littleton's, ttoyal Hotel. During the night, the bed. rooms of three gentlemen, Messrs. Deocliar, Green, and Seattle, were* entered, -and their watches and chains stolen. We be lieve that the police have as yet no clue to the perpetrator of thia robbery; but it is certainly a most remarkable fact that a robbery of watches baa oocurred on tiro or three occasions before at;the' same hotel. We trust, therefore, that no effort will be spared to find out the delinguent. The value of the property stolen is about £200.-D. D. Gazette. If ab&ow Esci.r£.-A fire, which, but for the indefatigable exertion* of Mr. Martin and others, wight have beoa at tended with disastrous consequcnces, liroke out yesterday morning at Mr. Eraser's, Queen's Arms Hotel. It appears, tl^at the mortar cementing the brickwork in the interier portion of the chimney...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgedfrom Iht Briilane daily papert.) EOOKHAMPTON. July 24. Two nuggets, weighing 64 ounces, have been found at Rosewood, by a digger named Brown. It is rumoured that a elating of gold hoe been discovered in one of the reefs at Bidglands. A number of extravagant statement* are in circulation as to the value of the find, which is variously stated at from £10,000 to £20,000.' bXDsiEY. July 24. Mr. Walker, of Concord, has presented a donation of £1000 to the Infirmary. The R.M.8. Avoca took out 14,000 sovfreigm. The Royal assent has been refused to the Commercial Bank Act. Notice of a motion condemning the' recent sale of N.S.W. debentures in Lou don, has been given in the Legislative. Assembly. July 25. The Border Customs Bill has been passed through Committee. Murphy has been committed for the murder at South Creek. At the wool tales to-day, better prices were realised. MELBOURNE. July 24. There is a probability that the Victorian Government will withdraw from t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, July 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

WAJIWIOK POLICE COUflT. Baxubdat, July 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Hugh Qibblett was charged with ex posing hiB person. -The prosecutor did not appear, and the prisoner was dis charged with a caution. MONDAY, JULY 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Joseph Copeland, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 20s., or 24 hours in the lockup. Thomas Hobson pleaded guilty to the change of drunkenness, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours in the lockup. A learned young lady astonished the company by asking the loan of a diminu tive argenteun truncated cone, convex on its summit, and semi-perforated with eymmtlrical indentations, She wanted a J thimble. *

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

CLEARING SALE OF THE SEASON PREVIOUS TO DAVIS, MINUS, ft CO. G to inform the inhabitants of Warwick and" the 'sui district, that they will OFFER from THIS DAY, AMD DURING TUB ENSUING Fourteen DAYS, THE WHOLE OF THEIR $«ft wl GTSATIFXL Simtatxt if GENERAL AT GREATLY Reduced Prices. IK OBDEB TO FACILITATE Mynty Wlmmtt <RF mt m aliipwmm ©if TEN PER CENT. OB TWO SHILLINGS IN THE POUND, WILL BE MADE TO ALL CASH BUTTERS. We wouldremind our Constituent* that Ihia it a bona JHe CLEARING SALE, And intending Buyen will do well to make an EA.BLY CALL. All Goods leaving our Stores are warranted eound, free from damage, and brands guaranteed. DAVIS, HARRIS, & GO. PALMERIN & ALBION STREETS. July 30,1867. 678 WANTED, *1A A GOOD PICK anS 8HOV£L MEN. iUU and good AXEMEN. Apply. Big Hill. NEWTON BOYD, new Glen Innet. 488 NOTICE. I HAVE, THIS DAT. BOLD to Mr. H. O. fUtnaxa *11 mj BOOK DEBTS, ml re quest that tke nni h paid to htm at onoe. BBNBT MITCH HLL, Bolder. Warwick. St...

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THB ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF QUEENSLAND. (From the D. D. Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

THB ROYAL AGRICULTURAL 80CIET1T OF QUEENSLAND. (Prom the D. J). Gazette.) The sixth annual show of the above society was held at the society's ground yrBterday. The weather, a'though the sky was overcast, was well suited to the occasion, and there was a good number present. In reviewing the exhibits, it was generally acknowledged that the show of sheep, which numbered fifty pens, was by far the largest and best in quality yet brought together in Queensland. Mr. Deuchar was the winner of A number of prizes, but Messrs. Kent and Wienbolt won the Silver Cup. In cattle there were ten pens, and with few exceptions tbey showed want of condition, especially the colonial bred bulls, which were far below what thjy ought to havo be^n. Mr Arnold Wionholt exhibited in horseB some very superior stock, especially the grey colt Young Duke, two years old, which was, in the opinion of good judges, the best colt ever yet shown in the Aus traliau colonies. In class No. 5 of horses, the judges had cons...

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

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. fFe beg to ilaie that our Account* Jbr the quarter ending SOM June hut are now n» eeurte of delivery, and we hope they will be fettled without the least delay, Thote in arrears will kindly oblige u* by a prompt settlement, at our requirement* mutt b* obvious to them. TSu being Che proper time Jbr payment qf subscriptions in advance, we tnut our friend'» will acknowledge the fact by send Zing remittancei. JAMES CHARLES WHITE, JUN., DECEASED. NOTICE. ALL Fenoni having any CLAIM against tha Eatate of JAMES C'HAULliS WHITE, Joh., late of Warwick, Stuck, Station, .ad Commissi#!! Agent,"deoeaeed. are icqueatod to tend iu paiticulara of their several Claims to tbe undersigned forthwith. And all penoua INDEBTED to tbe deo«ased are requested to FAT tbe amount of tholr several Debts to the undersigned witbiji one month from the date hereof. K. O. FULLER, Solioilor. Warwick, July 29,1867, 679 N0TI3E. NOTICE is hereby (riven that Dn. V. D. BULLEN, beiurf AOjni t...

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PERILOUS ADVENTURE IN THE CHICAGO TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

PERILOUS ADVENTURE IN THE CHICAGO TUNNEL. The Obicago papers giro an account of a voyage made in the tuanel by which that city is supplied with water from Lake Michigan. The object was to surrey the brickwork, and advantage for that purpose was taken ot the half-empty condition of the tunqel. Three reporters were of the party, and going out in a tub to the tower where tbe water enters, they were lowered down by a rope to tbe bottom of the tunnel, where there _ was a flat bottomed boat ready to receive them. In this they prooeeded oa their voyage, towards the shore. Ab the tunnel is in clined, so as to make the water run by force of gravitation, it of course follows that the water will be deepest over the floor, at tbe part nearest to Chicago. One of the reporters gives the following account of the voyage : The only means of propelling the vessel was by pushing against the walls; and this was a very unsteady process, fraught with danger to the boat and her little crew. The water at t...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE UV THK MAll.FI. AhKIVA I.S. 9r#m Mart/lend, everv Tuesday. nt I pm-% and tvery Saturday at 6 p.m. M Brisbane and Ipswich % via Dreyton% by Cobb's coaches, every Tuesday, Thvrt* day, and Saturday%at 8 p.m. «, Ley burn * via T-fhr n t iggings,every Wed* ntsday, at noon. OSfARTU&BS. For Maryland% every Monday, at 8 a.rt^and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and fpsteieh, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, aud Friday, by Cobb's coaches, at 9 a.m. «, Wartnirk to Leyburn, every Thursday, at 4 AM Letters must be footed at the Country Offices -half an hour previous tt the time fixed (or the despatch of mailt, but late Utters tcill be received to within a quarter of an hovr, vpon 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 mails. The English mail closes on or about the 17th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

WARWICK ARGUS AHD TENTBBF1BLD CHEONIOLE IB published eveiy Tne«J»y «nd Friday .1 mornlrgs, and forwarded to all parti of th« A autiaHao oolonlw. TEBM6 0F SUBSCRIPTION. Quarterly (in advance) 8s Ditto (credit) Orders unseooinpnnled by prepayment will re 0eli^lal<o«ete^n^n*t. #lst March, 80th June, SOtb September, and 8Ut December. Subscribe!* wishing to withdraw their name« iiom tlie list wUl be reauired to forward their expiration of each quarter. TEEMS FOR ADVERTISING. Two lines J . Four linei J " Oil lines # « Eight lines ?......;. * 0 Ever^ additional five lines, or ^ ^ Large°and dii^ayrf'^wrttainents as per *gA liberal discount allowed on advertisements onlorod for more than six consecutive insertions. Mirths, marriages. or deaths, 8s. each inser "in theabsenoaof written instructions to the eoiitrery, advertisements will tie inserted until ^Advertisements most lie sent in to the Office not later than two o'clock on Monday and Tours day afternoons, and ctders for the w...

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

cgfrjjtte, TENTEEF1ELD CHEOKICLE. TUESDAY, JULY 80, 18G7. Fbom o notice in our advertising columns we obrerre Hut our local ninnnr, Nr. G. L. Pbatten, it on the era ot leaving Warwick for Brisbane. We presume this step has been rendered neceaaaiy through the nction ef tbe Government in doing away with all local surveyors throughout the colony, in order, if possible, to reduce tbe general expenditure. |We question vLfctlier the proposed system of surveying can be carried on as economically as the present, for when a person selects a piece of land before survey, lie has to eend notice to the Government, and a surveyor from Brisbane must be sent at tome expense fur the purpose of surveying a small portion of land. This new system trill entail the continued itinerancy of tn&ny surveyors, whereby much time will bi lost, and expense incurred, in travelling to iind fro to all parts of tbe colony. Besides, the public will be put to the cott and inconvenience of being compe'led to wa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DEATH OF J. C. WHITE, JUN. [COMMUNICATION.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

DEATH OF J. C. WHITE, JUN.     [COMMUNICATED.] 'Tis of all sleeps the sweetest, And those are not wise who fear it, or imagine A few vain fleeting pleasures, or life's profits. In this place bring recompense. BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER. All seasons are Death's, but there is left a more painful impression when he seizes the young and vigorous — those in life's bloom — than when the old and feeble, already tottering towards his threshold, are summoned. The young gentleman just called away from us was eminently one whom to know was to respect — upright in all his dealings, modest, forbearing, a foe to meanness, a friend to deserving merit. James Charles White, by those who possessed his friendship, will not soon be forgotten, but in their hearts the memory of one cut off so early will keep fresh and green, and bear, let us hope, " fruits meet for salvation," for the memories of the just always smell sweet, and blossom even in the grave. Born March, 1840 ; died 27th...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

Local Intelligence. DEATH or MR. J. C. WHITE, Jun.—It is our painful duty to record the death, after a short illness, of a most esteemed townsman—Mr. J. C. White. Jun. (son of Mr. J. C. While, Police Magistrate of Toowoomba), who expired on Saturday evening last, at the residence of Dr. P. Bullen, the latter having kindly taken the deceased under his own roof for the purpose of being enabled to bestow the greatest amount of attention which the case required. The deceased came to the town about two years ago and very soon established himself in a very flourishing business as a stock and station agent. His gentlemanly and affable demeanour soon gained him the esteem of all with whom he came in contact, whilst his demeanour in the social circle was admired by every one who enjoyed the privilege of his more intimate friendship, and who had many opportunities of seeing into his inner life. Nor did he con- fine himself exclusively to the active business in which he was engaged during his ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 July 1867

DIED. At Warwick, on the 27th July, James Charles,       son of J C. White, Esq., Police Magistrate of Toowoomba, aged 27 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 August 1867

Clearing Sale OP THE SEASON PBEVIOUS TO OWIS, HARRIS, ftCO. T)EG to inform the iiibobitaato- -ef . Warwick and the surrounding ^ district, that they j^^OF^JSR from ; r v.v .' 'Ml &*'? . ie!i % *? 9 n m > -mi jfc ©ittl ' i f ^ ;n?.V/ a). iftfti-i.' THE WHOLE OF THEIR £nvt Mil «f ' ^'gMMrIl " " m AT GREATLY j" * .f;*T(.) i : " -» # i. 'I :« ,i . . . , j W ORDEB TO FACILITATE & * <rw fjfocfe, TEsrip^'iiEWT^ ??.'.r. .?; ? "*. 1 TF6 SHltttNaS IN Tfle POtJNi), '. - ,z<y/.;v>r. -mi » WILL BE MADE TO ALL cmmiwmwm We would &nund o§r C^iikientB'thM; this is a ifw fide ?LCSlRV3W And intending Bnjm will do EARLY CALL. iftiOtii kttiAj 'sfii itTGocfis leaving oar stores are varrautod sound, free from Alt"Goocls leaving our Stores are varrautod sound, free from u^udbnod.gun^^ g?« ; ?; DIMS, RUMVfc CO. vou9iumt*.it&msi!tahk ***M* -li KjreS i:i 5?jici£ It?i^s;-.?!7S Freehold Und, Br Oedm or MK88BA. WHITE*^(ApiCuNZIE AEB {detracted fcjr 4i M...

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SYDNEY. July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 August 1867

BEDNEYi :.Jnlr26. Tie Goremmont intend making SYial CommeraiJ^^rak HlM declared a Business u moreactive. The jirojjuoe . sales are brisk,' V " ". ?' '..? -..My-asr. The Government bsve obtsibad^i laige majority on the education question. The Northern mail wu robbed yester day, nearTam worth, bj Thunderbolt. Atcfabuhop Folding ii expected to arrivenext week, urn.piepaTptiqna are being made for hit receptfoti.v - July 20. A heavy gale has been blowing daring to-day. Pilot Robiaaon attempted to board the (hip Stratbdon between the Heads. The boat capsised. A butcher's boat apd two otber pilot boats' attempted to rescue Robinson, and all were capsiceiL. The life-boat was then manned, and put to rescue; pilot Fullarton, pil< t Shanks, and ten others were picked up. 8)ie was t'aen unable to stem the aea whiehwss. breaking In, ao ran for Manly Beicb, tod the Government; dispatched a steamer which brought them home, l'ilots Robinson ana Keider, five of tbeitcrew, and Bob Green, s...

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ROCKHAMPTON. July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 August 1867

ROBKll&MPTON. JulySL7. | The polling for this electorate took place to-dajr emfeUt thi grek^t«xcite-' ment - ? - . Tho votes recorded.mne Mr. Archer ... ...' 278 " Mr.Dicltv.1. ?'* Mr. Archer, therefore, tm'mml by a majority of 88. '

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ADELAIDE. July 26. Mr. Peacock, M.P., is dead. July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 August 1867

ADELAIDE. July 26. Mr. Peacock, M.P., is dead. ? - July 80. ' The Executive, after hearing "Mr. Justice Boothby'* defence, has decided on removing him from tbe Bench, and hue issued a writ for that purpoBe. "Wheat is quoted at 4B. 9d. per bushel.

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MELBOURNE. July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 August 1867

' MELBOURNE. Ju'y 26. ! The Legis'ative Assembly, after sitting continuously fur fifty-four hours on the Supplementary Estimates, a compromise was effected by the Colonial Treasurer making a promise that he would ask for no more new votes if they were objected to. The Alexandra diggings continue good. Mr. Oavan Duffy is a candidate /or the electoral 3ietrict of DalhouBie. _ The vacancy is caused by the resignation of the former mRmhftr-Mr. Sands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 2 August 1867

Impounded, AT Allot*, (rum Qlangalho, by order o John Deootaar, Esq., on (he 11th July 1887J driving expensssiis.4d. per head: Bay fitly, illegible brand near shoulder Bay filly, MM conjoined over M near, and M over M&1 conjoined off shoulder Bay filly, U over blotch near shoulder, illegible broad off shoulder Bay filly foal, -like MM off shoulder, M off hip Bay colt, O over RO near shoulder Dark brown filly, BD near shoulder .Bay filly, blase, hip down, F near and off shoulder Bay filly, A4 near shoulder Brown filly, hind feet white, A4 near ehoulder Black colt, white feet, PD near shoulder Day filly, like MP or Hs near ehoulder Pony mare, bay, illegible brand over BD Damages ON THE FOLLOWING, 2 S., A&d Dbitinq LxnanuEg Is. 6d PER HEAD : Brown filly, like HB near shoulder, B near hip Bay mare, hind feet white, PF near shoulder, like HF over af conjoined off shoulder Bay mare, like 4 over M near shoulder Ohesnut mare, like JH near thoulder, H off shoulder Bay filly f...

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