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SYDNEY. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

SYDNEY. February 27. Clark andhii gangf robbed two.'ftotw at Ooraloen on Friday night, and^eeq^id;^ a prisoner from tin police, after duriining ^ them. ???'v n y r nr. ? 7, The fawoguratioii W the njitna itf ,th> I late Prince Consort has been fixed for a celebration on Easter Monday. .. . , j Yesterday, two bushrangers robbed Martm'^nbUo-housv'm'theJEfcurgO;, | Mr. Well* has refuOTftoiMihe -Under tion. The' Comt^i»o&wship' of at^^t j has been abolished." 1 It is stated that the (k>vertunent intend shortly to introduce a measure c omprinng ' an ad valorem and package doty.. ; A petition is in oourse of mgnatuie for the commutation of Bertrand's sentence of death to that of imprisonment for life

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE SOUCHAYS. LATER ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Brisbane Courier.) Singapore, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE | SOUCHAYS. XiATEB ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Britbam Courier.) Singapore, Janp^y 31. j Bv t tho C.M.8.8. SoBcfa^y^ Captain ' Blick, which arrived yee^jerdav evening, we have received new., ftom London to the 12th. January, bIbo later news from America. We take th e following extracts from an Bitiaordir^afy published by tho Singapore Strait "ttiies on January 81. London, 4th January, w ^tkvance in Bank rates. Excited bun iie^a. Advance on the Bourse, excited i partly in consequence of foreign demands on toe gold market. Consols 87i- Fire at Bt Katharine's wharf. Large quanti ties of jnte, flax coir fibre, and tallow destroyed. Damage, £220,000. London, January 5. Military revolt in Madrid and Bayonne, Minister of Marine-pursuing insurgents. Caho retired to the mountains. Prim re ported as instigating insurgents. London, January Military rtvolt it Spabf spreading," Berim (?) and Cados Lfttore head inBnr pentfi. Martial Uw proclaimed «t Madrid. Treaty of Commerce ratified ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. (Before J.C. White, E[?] P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

:'.1 W4BWJ0KfGiaOEOOUBT. -IPUISDAY, IklHin a7. (Before J. 0. White, E«q, iP,M.) - Jww .ranpe Mmmfawd. oh*i&d<'*i& -uniting Solomott Inxt prprarty. jto^Sw wi«h 4o pr&MWte, f^fco «»e .**? j

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

MELBOURNE. Imrtuoy Jt7. The man Jones has been sentenced to death for murdering Dr.Saenger, st-Snith dale. There is now mother rash atHAkjtika. A fresh lead has been dfttsoterefl^^iid it ia thought that the prospectors arp 'doing " more than well." "Some good delink ing haa been discovered. :

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

K flu To#*tgtf gfc Macaliater ni la WMwiok In FabrtiiiT laat he decided npoa th* formation of a town at the head or Darkey Fiat, eioea to Taylor1* Beet wfaloh Mr. Surveyor Prattan ha* laid nt At the time Uifilto niidMU the Hon. the Minlater for Landa and Work* npoa oslllng the townihip after the looal aurveyor, who ha* been at work is thia district lor the lut ten year*. The town li laid oat on the gravelly ridges on which stand* the *hingl*d hut, the sheep atation belonging to Bouth Tool hurra. It oonaUte1 of 120 lota of ono aora eaoh, and on the North aide, on the flat 'at the foot of the ridge, are the suburb in lota, vary ing from 6 to 10 acrea eaoh. On the alluvial fiat adjoining the river there are eight bnni laid out, from 80 toflOacr**, conaiatingof flrat ran aoil, through wkloh nm a dry creak oapsbleof carrying off enrplna water In of lwivnlaji, Vkiplsbteaqd dariapioduo*. ne**W-<inft «lM»i'flnd a ready atie on the ttgginift with^ialry pro duoe, fowl*. and egg*, a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(From the D.D.Gase[?] SYDNEY. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

I From r. SYDNEY. I JFebrmCT J! 8. The Governor has returned to Sydney. At a meeting of the' Executive Oatineil it was decided that the sentenoe of death passed on Bertmnd and Dunn should fa carried out, and the day of execution wa» fixed. . , Robinson has been sentenced to1 ten years with hard labour. , Jacknoa haa been released. The Governor intends to return to Braidwood again. It ia not considered likely t&at Govcrp. ment will accede to the regueit of. Vic toria to hold a oonfferenee with regard to the Mail service. This Government is responsibly (or the entire Awtr&lasion subsidy Ar thef^a&utta Service} sndtif Victoria'does' fabt toll tribute,' New® BMth Wales will probably withdraw from sup porting the Galle Service. ' ""Hi;;. Obiokbt Ohailbitge to Bhisbajte akd Dalbt.-A meeing of the member of ti>e Union Cricket Club, of Toomwoomba was held on Tuesday evening last, at; Mr. Hooper's, Sovereign Hate}. Mr. Jobbing occupied the chair, and tfaenwas a fal...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TRIAL OF BHRTRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

id have been learned JtounoU lthi4 K&riii* Aid re He following istheverW statement of Berirand previous to w piksnng .efitetoe«f dtefii to "YoutHc^, ^{righX? .blr defenditfliytdroott^ ^wfcfchTW#e» think .atiUfoodli point r'I i waaatiledoh _ Kinder had ofMn&r himtftf. 8udt< cftUed;tat$api _ :-r .nncipMB the unmwl. oourse taken by tbelearneioonncilforihe Grown, ip as tinghisright to reply. Witnesses were eobjptera^who oowa hajerp*wed that Kinder, on mototlian >biw'"itb6«ii6n>' threatened either todrewn b)msplf to troy hiwi^f by ioliis olhlff meanB. Kt sa ti»6 ham tieeSt proved that there werte numerous causes to accmiut fur Ma faamittiug ificfile. fTtie Jetobedcouneil for the Orown adverted tb the fact that the letter»hieh I said at the inquest the prisoner wonted ftom lfrew Zealand had not bees produced 1 could not produoe that letter, fcrXdidtaotfaivp itftat it could fcaive been] j»iveft;'tben>1 - land wWchooiild havebeep-trnej If B dering Kinder,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Warwick Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 March 1866

n CORRESPONDENCE. OijlBfeBB not be reipontiblt far any opi IMuMm opfimJ ty CorntpoHieitt, aKi wrnl-ilaayi rtjtct pmnal communit tton* wriut enmbjtct> vf puiUe important*, mnd guartutUtd by tkt rifuiturf if Ou muMor. T» tkt Bator of O, Wanriclc 4w*. on,-Having m*a . pwignph in your P*pw of the 14th inik mpecting the Monte Ohrirto jufti roef} I cannot re filin from jattug yon and tbs public knowthat I mts not reaeired or been promised any rotnuDermtjon from the Bris bane company *wio it appears are about to work it> wttiowlioptotHiwiMnUipoke to me on &b Subject aome months ago, and at that time an me to undentana I My motive for writing this letter ia that 1 harems^ villi me oi»tbe above.reef, and On urging the paragraph in year paper they wonld cbabtlees eoasider it a act thatl^toTp^^tpowipntiw.jwdin shirald mention that Whan tW|tatiipdke to mew>pertingthe4^^tbe»wf»aaitt my pniwjgf^yat; hafcflbt baeaap for the Your Dbvdient eerfmut,, T- /iFBNSII.

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ACTION FOR [?]REACH [?] PRO[?]SE —DAMAGES [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

ACttONFOftl -DAMAGES I8E A.lmacfc of premise cua, * Barry V. fit Coata," waa tried before Chief Jnatioe Brie andeeperial jury in the {kopabn Claw on Thursday. Tin MiirilM In thia eaae alleged that the defendant jmmlaed to ttutir the pbitfttiff, but Ailed to«k> eo, nnd that he ?liil lnr. The pleas were Not gailty,that aivaaonable hm hd not dapeed for perform leg the promise, and that thejiLaSntiff iru Dot ready end willing *om«af 1Mb defimdttt. Mr; DigbySey ., «aid that the m a wiv led/ re t3nfr QaMplen-tiUI, KeaMwtoa, tb mar, a oh; DttboH fUitf hwMeiAi a yting lad/ n QiMpdaa-Mll, Keuhgton, the rWairHQiNWbo catm| oa lb ?ef . dealer falft»itan lata. The il) t yW>M igpiu ahont 88,or 9$, ... tiff was BpMMd or great personal attrafr tltaa, ana U aMeered that for about three yam the defendant lad had hie attention drawn ta her, and was seeking for an op jptrtnitjf of speaking to her, which oppor tunity, however, did not oocnr until June, 1BBS. At that interview the defendant «xpreaa...

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DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO MUBDER. ON Saturday evening, about fire o'clock, a boat determined attempt vrai made to mur der Mr. Henry Hu», a manufaotnrer of moderator lampa, carrying on business at 40,Princese-etreet,8tainford-8treet, London, ly . young man named 8birloy, who wis formerly fit liia employment. It appears that 8hirley, being of a wayward, restless torn of mind, left Mr. Hut'a servioe some tine ago and went to sea. He returned to London, however, and went back to his former matter and worked for him up to six months ago, when, for dome reason or other; be left, and, as far as is known, has sinee had very little to do. On Saturday afternoon, at the time mentioned, he entered the factory of Mr, Hag, in Ronpell-street, New-oat, and attkied' hits to giro him a cbsraoter, itatingthatbevfasabont to obtain employment on-ariiihnor. ltr. Has offend to give him . charseter in the usual way, via., to fill up a form that might bf sent by tb« company who were, as he said, aboat to employ ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(From the D.D. Gazette.) BRISBANE: Monday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

(From th'e D, D. Oaieth-) \ BUISBASE: I Mondir. 6 n.m. icVAt b&lf-past six this morning there wu .? '4 ttrriffc' eirtJl oiioii to tl)fc ' .|Mfemtap» j JJjjgiijrs. MoUbou arid-Blacky Bridge-street, 3y duty. It wftu at first supposed to hare. totm' caused by the ignition of a large tiUanlity of gunpowder. Not aTestige of 'Spasra. vjiillaoii rtud BlacVa store reuyuiu .Rvwy woiii.'iw in tlm flame street wan i bi'iivii.in, ?'! also Ki'vcuil of tlie eliup j ; f' in*. i v j uildings were ; I- . a ._ >ri ;r . ;!>:.<dfcts?ar. The | « . .». <*?» "u.' i'wi, vere smaibed, i a . i!i .. i i ' '.. : ^rerilit hud j Biru i"? :u; ??? :i._ Up and iluwn ' Gtur^r ivi ruiL- 'it'ft ico, theri u ? not a p.iut ut ii-n. r He principal 1 buiUiuge injured are lU'.'Bf ol the Mtfitnl J '? Pro vi> lent institute, the iBible Hull, tiie j iiw-imuge, a-id the Xondua Chartered Bank. I A Later tolegrain Btai ea that the material | which exploded tvaa uuru-glycurine. Ibu ? dubiia ...

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MELBOURNE March [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

MTCT/ROrrRVR March 8. The entries for the Autumn Races are ' the smallest recorded for several yean. The Tariff -Sill lias been passed by > the i Legislative Assembly.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

A FARM. TJTAWTKPlo Bent, a FARM Within too < "T» ? tbreemHe* free# Wartrtok. Apply to 3.0. WHiTE, 3os. MIL " ' %nHA . * 1IIA Warwick Hospital, TEMDKB6 are invited for tha nndenaantiowd V/OH]£Bt in onp to»der or aeparalely Hoofing Booeae at the beck of Hoapltal; 8bol ring ®tore-rpopi { BodBdg Kitoben (Imi PaiotUf Kitslieu cod watar-oloaet. Tec dm to fa'iwt wte oorar' to tbt 8ecre ' tan on or before WXDN1S8DAY, tin 7th Match. The loweatorany tender not neoeiearily ee» ottrted. For further parlicpUra apply to 3. L, BOSS. 05 ^eoreUij. Waxwiek UTedegrso Church. THE member* and frieaSa of tke abora Oburoh an MM to' aitatrf i Pdbilo Meeting, to WJheMlntbeCbapel nt VBIDAY EVCMlkO tntXT, the Btfc ikatH for the uirpoae of pre aanliDf an adfeeee to Hie Qev. J. B WATKItt oo tba oooaakm of Wa barlo| tbe diitrict. Obair to to taken at Bight o'clock. H6 HOIKS, i IX Pcraopi iMMiMieMd againit REMOV JL AUet)nai>ta, afaee.m% taMf «<ae<k«Q; I6«f aeo.M; and #, 7, 8-1*...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

jwt TfyxaBiPBK.-Oar readers wi'ff'ind In another oohimn a et^tonurit tribf otar ftfcenta explanatory of oarremirti oil liraHowAppear knee of theutual UUgrma. Jo tke abaenoo of tbe report they require -we art not In » position >a paojieh telagrifAla am in thia ' lisne. SALE or Town Paopexr*.-Mr/ i.Q. White, Jan., aubmltte'd to publiii aaotion yesterday tha premise* and ground owned by Mr. J. M'Ii*ren,<fflnal«tiim ot h*U.ui «ore,with Wack swMi'i cbop. (oola, *o" thawSoTe-riaRslng ' Gmilimtnt tiuittt, notifies the appointment of Uufollowiarnn tlemen as inegietrates -dt thajteriitory ot Queensland :-Fellx ^Barne, Warrego* Ales. «nder HeiwUr«. Mite^ell; "Wwnaa W.» ^*kM*»v W«nrt«k . J aba Philip Shaikay, £bfke district jaou> »w»«gir.^A'f "ubSB^ jnmiMt fts Carnal Creek. 4fi> atttifc^iaiamtloa b»t"K reoeiv#d,we refrain jpfifoibfttag'tha ra porta iooiranlation.-'? .* . ...? Coaft tit Wab^Mw. informed eoa^sbort time elon aSWflWptArMenm or bitumen wae found lit *he WJfty of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE[?] [?]ick [?]s, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7,1866, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

TBS . ^*006, . " 4MB- - fENTEEFIELD CHRONICLE. . WEDNESDAY, UABCH 7,1866, ? NdiwrrHBfAHDixa the large ewna of ' moniyihat ore annually subBcribed for the Champion Stakes inthevariotw colo-. . jiia»flnd the several amotint» placed upon ?ityj estimates for Queen'* Plate* year after yes^ tendiag. to prore that how wing ift eputauit patronised byall classesof the cotamumty in the Australian colonies, we cannot for, the life of us &nd out that the breed ttfltatsos has been in any shape imptoved of late ? years. -We liave - ofto'tf ireard the assertion njade that faoMe racing ia a meant of effecting aq improvement ia the breed of horses gener. . ally, with tho exception of heavy draught «tock, but as we look through, the various i mobs of homes that pjus through our towns after having - becu submitted to auction and remaining n isold at any. price, we] njustadwtrtfeit there is something radi. i ijally throng in our system of horse breed. . ipg.and the encouragement of bo^se-racing...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MARYBOROUGH. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

MARYBOROUGH. I . February 2ft. ?>. The Sultanq Black Bull ahip, nrnvva in ?Harvey's Buy yesterday. It is stated that seventy-seven deaths oepiKred Juru^ the voyage, and that iqttfh eii-kAtos'iloiv' pro .vw'»- ; By' tbe Eagle, frftr" Sydney, Mr. Robert Tootli tuw ^irriyefl' tho Bjedengary plant fur tho eBjfcbl^hmSat of an eitenaive ineat-curiqg bttliupaifa.thiB place. : . , ?' f ".'ASStnl $at|A baa teen forDidflBja Tjy the ajuhari .ties. .'? -5 Tbe immigrant! have been landed on ^oody Iiland. " herd Wo.£ejyi >e»{p»ty. J four 4pathaipf iBfa4taandd#dr^--idl»c> -fifcjr of adults. -43ca?]a£ma 'Ms jKrita* die iia\lBcof death tn m&ny it&tani^i, whoop Uigroough, dysentery, and fever of' a -typhoid nature in others.. There were {our deaths from fevert the fait' of which oocurred about a tnontiiqgcy At presentthere are eight ehildi«n aeri, "OUBly ill. Kwpdjfl* The b.§& Hatvpfls arrived J^ even fcg frim WiedlrKeet She:^gyrta tfca£ the persona reported to have b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

North Britiih Australasian Dompany (Limited), Rosenthal.. FOB UU, tbwl Three Hood ted BAMS* from One to Three yarn old. Early ep liMttps MOMM17 to LEON A At) B. LESgBR, 7 ,|f*nager. To Builder* a&dOontracjton.. BCILDEB8' VVBHtaiUltriQ IBQN ?ONOGBY; a general aaau fitment ab KIWG8FOR6 & M ltfTOBb, AturtralartanBteam Navigation Company. STEAM TO SYDNEY from ibtlSBANK .rajr. TUESDAY, THUBSlpAY, and 8ATUBDA.Y. BiIood, £5. Betwm (available two months) fcfc Steerage, C8. Freight, deadweight, 17a. 6d. par too measurement, SSa. per tea. Wool ftrtih, 10a.; fram Ipewicb, I2i. TaUowper tea groia, lb.; trqaa fpawtch. 17a. Bd. Hldea, each, 8d.; from lpawiob, JOd. Steam to Muy borough, Oladntoue, and Bock hampton from Briahane every TUESDAY. Steam to Brisbane from IpawLeb, every day except SaaSay. Freight, deal weight and measurement, 10s. par ton. Saloou. 6a.; Steerage, la. HENKY OftElLLX, 1 «?;.*« Agen b A. 8. N. Oo. Office*, Briabane. 995 Queensland Garden Manual, FOBWA&amp...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TALGA[?] ANNUAL [?]AC[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

TALGAt ANNUAL BACJjSS. *| On iSatunfy, Ipbrflarj % &publik meeting wathehi at Mr. X.ww* hotel, Taylor's Beef, for the purpose-orestablish ing annua* races at Thtou. &. W. Eliott, ICsq., was voted to tne chair, who, in tlte course of hia remarks, after declar ing the meeting open, said be wu of the opiniou that raoes at Talgai would bare a beneficial result, u it would not only give recreation and amusement to the miners and all classes, but would assist in bring ing wealth and enterprise on ta the galiU fields. lie concluded by promising bis simport in getting yp the races, or any thing to forward the interests of Talgai. Mr. Nunn then «noved t^at raoes be established at Taigfti, "tobe called the " Talgai Awiwd Baces," which was sec onded ty iji) r. P'Keefe, and carried. Mr. Htfta motod " That the first i.iiiiual Talgai races take place on the j 2Mb Wdffijfc ft* M»yr.oe*t;v Seconded fwlWing jgenMnen -'wwe then elected a* officers -andijtewands:-Judge -Gv W. Eliott, E...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TOOWOOM[?]A. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

TOOWOQMBJL : "? j fhe municipal elections took place to day^ and tooesed off'quietly. Tte, folluw 'ihg wasmfe result;- ; pcnitpH. Wifd^-E.'. W~ iWbiiiiwn, ©t;,'; W:tt;&roam, 78; W.'Fraiwr,43. ? J, i,. Nprth WarS-^. Little, bl j. V- Cocfc«, ,6ii;Vy, H. Binsted,-62 . . ' ?{ i SaHthWard-W. H. Qroom, J RobjL . ; U. Fiori,-80. . i >r . IttbuBAppeanihftt Groom wearetutiie\l for^wo w6Ws.1|Ieti(ill h&yoto elect tit.-' the official declaration of the poll wiiiSV, w<«vl be will represent. March 8. She result of the polling t or tiie muiu cipal election was declared hrdsy. 'ifce numbers wertthe eatne almost M at tbe nomination, with the ezoeption oftbe Central Ward; for that, Fraser and -Benjamin equally peeled, and the canting rote was sjjyn «n Cavour of Fraaer. lu tho 8outh Ward there was another case of bqoal voting aiid the cut was given in &vor of Fiori in preference to Macpher eon. ' The election of the Mayor took place at I 1 o'clock. Little waa pro...

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