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MONDAY, AUGUST 12. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

MovpAY, AVOVBT 12: < . fBeFoi^ttie folic® Uafutrate.) John Brebtuut pleaded guilty to 4nw kenneMt and' was fined lOa.j or £4 hoars in the lookup. INTERPLEADER OAS*.-Mr. It, G. Fuller . applied, on behalf, of Charle; Clark, to stay proceeding* in the cnw of Craig v. Hugh Henry, decided m tact Petty Debts Court, as claimant held deed* of purchase over the property aefaed by the bailiff. Proof of ownership having been given, the Bench released' the way from the custody of the bailiff, and gave posseMxon. to the claimant. [Mr. C. Clark here took ilia seat on the Bench*] NBW TBTAI*-Mr. B. G. Fuller, on behalf of Ur. L. E. Leater, applied for a new trial under the Petty Pebts Court A.ct, in that the summons served; on defendant did not corns to faii' knowledge until the Court .was over. Mr. Adden brooke, for the- plaintiff stated that no proper grounds bad been put forward for asking for a new trial, aad that the whole . proceeding was. irregular.-The Bench hold that there bad ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SATURDAY. AUGUST 10. (Before the Police agistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

SATUBDAX. AU&CBT 10. (Before the Polios Mwri«trate.> John Oonneeo, chuged frith'draaken neia, was fined 10*., or 21 hour* In th» lookup. tVriok Morriwj, fa cuatody for ftetny, drank and disorderly, mi fined 10».. or 24. houra iftlEe lockup/ / .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

WANTED, r\(\ GOOD PICK and KIIOVIU. MEN, XUU and good AXEMEN. Apply, llig Hill, NEWT N HOYIt. »ur Glen Iuuee. TO LET, THE HOUSE ui PBEMI8E9 In the occu pation of the auderilgned. to whom apply. 690 G. L. I'dATTEN. 10s, REWARD. LOST. ?>. BAT COLT, B o»ar PP on near shoulder, white specks on back. Ola above Beward *111 be fM oa iillwy to T £20 REWARD IO any person who will give information _ which will lead to tbeconvietion of person or person* BBEAKING DOWN FENCE1' on tans at Sand* Cheek, known a* ItohtVL 698 ABMIT8TEAD Sc PARR. £200 REWARD. T¥TE, the Undersigned,hereby offer tbs aboTB n ' Beward to- any petsob supplyieg auch Information a* shall lead to the conviction of any. pernoa or persooe Steeling and Killing Cattle, Sheep, or Born*. belonging to em re» peclijre StatioQs. , ("JOHN DECOHAB THOUAB OOUTTS LEONABD b. LKSTEB (Signed) <Y. J. O. WILD ASH GBEEN tc CO. CHABLES Q1ABK BBT (A WIENHOLT. NOTICE. THE Business hitherto carried on nnder the firm of WHITE and MACKE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

tarrtisrmwf** WANTED GOOD GESTBSAL UKBVANT.-Apply to T W. 0. BALLS. WANTED, . A LADY'S HORSE, well brad and tho tvochly qntet. Apply to W. YALDWYN, Baa, at the resi dence of the Police Magistrate. Warwiok. - Augnat 8lh. 166T. 600 A £6 REWARD. LOST, ftem Warwiok, the nnderraentienai Horaea. A Grey or Mame wlwiil MARE branded like W over JW near ehooldar, and like F near hip ; a Bey HABG, large atar, branded 6 over B near abooUer; a Gray HOB8K. branded JG ravened near shoulder, W offehouldort and a Bar FILLY, small atar, branded N off abonlder. For the rooorery of the two first mentioned ££ each will be (inn, and for the two latter £1 each will be given on deliveir to JAMBS ALLEN. 609 Oppoeite the HOI. JAMES CHARLES WHITE, JUH.,oec£ASEO. NOTICE. ALL Pereona baring any CLAIM agaiuet the Batata of JAMES UHAKLEt* WHITS, JdK-, lata of Warwick, Stock, Station, and Coumiaaian Agent, deoeaeed, are leqnaated to send in pat Honiara of tbeir aeveral Cluina to the undersigned forthwith. And all ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1867. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

Urwicfi TENTERI'lELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. AUGUST IS, 1867. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT (From the Courier.) Thfe fjrst Seeeion of the third Parliamen t of Queensland was formally opened at noon on Wednesday, by His Excellency the Governor. For some time previous to the arrival of His Excellency at the Legislative Council Chamber, a large Dumber of persons had assembled in Queen-street. A guard of honor WOB formed of a detachment of the 60th, and "about fifty member* of the No. 1 Com pany Volunteer Rifles, under the com mand of ( aptain Priug. Shortly before 12 o'clock a ltoyal salute was fired by the Volunteer Artillery Corjps, at the Treasury Yard,'and a few minutes afterwards His Excellency arrived at the Parliamentary Buildiugs, when the guard presented arms, and the crowd enthusiastically cheered. His Excellency was accom panied iiy Lady Bowen and Captains Creagh (50th) and Lempriere (unat tached). At (ho conclusion ol' the ceremony the military and volunteers were inarched away precede...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

GENERAL SUMMARY. London, July 6. The Queen is well, and (taring at WimUor. 1 Her Majesty has held a levee at Court, and appeared at a ball giveu at the Palaoe. The health-of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales is improving. The Australian April mails were de livered in London, eia Marseilles, on tbe 14th, and via Southampton on the 20th June. Great preparations are making for the reception of (he Viceroy of Egypt, and al«o for the reception of tbe Belgian Volunteers. The revenue for the last quarter is es timated at seventeen and three quarter millions. A Papal allocution has been issued summoning a convocation at Borne of four hundred Bishops. The Italian Government has presented to the Parliament a new scheme for taxing Church property. The Commission of enquiry in the late famine in India bas censured tbe Indian Government. A motion on the Reform Bill in favour of cumulative voting has been rejected by a small majority. The damage done to tbe Atlantic cable by an iceberg off...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDKEBDAT. AtJ.eV8T 7. The Council wet a few minutes before 12. There were «large number of visitors present. The galleries Bet apart for ladies were filled, end the other portions of the House were erowded. His Excellency and Lady Bowen were received by the President of the Council, and her ladyship occupied a seat to the left of the dais. The Usher of the Black Hod WBB desired to Biimtnou the Speaker aud members <>f the Legislative Assembly, and on their arrival His Excellency proceeded to deliver the following 8PEE0H. HONOURABLE Gentlemen or *hk LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, AND GENTLE MEN OFXHE LEGISLATIVE ASSEM. 1U:- . 1. I have much satisfaction in meeting the third Parliament of Queensland at the' earliest convenient JJeriod . after _ the General .Election.; aha1 in n<<w inviting you to enter upon the important duties entrusted to your bands under our Con stitution. 2. It has been officially announced that His Boyal Uiahness the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, AT ADELAIDE. (From the Courier's Telegraphic Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, AT ADELAIDE. (From tht Courier'i Tthgtaphic Corretpondenl.) The Geeloog, which enjoyed a fine passage from Galle, left the Sound on tbe 4th, for Melbourne, after transferring tbe Adelaide Mails to the Rangatira. The passengers for Sydney, per the Geelong, are:-Commodore Lambert and Mrs. Lambert, Mrs. Bladen, tbe Muses Higgins, Captain Debaurbel; General Debassionage, Captain Debrusaes, Messrs. Pousonby, Ormsby, Cunningham, Maclean, Conuell, Mr. and Mrs. Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton. Tbe latest nenrs brought by the Geoloog is to July 13.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! GREAT REDUCTION AT OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Adelaide Flour (HART'S BRAND) GUARANTEED £2 4s. per Bag OF 200 LBS. WARWICK FLOUR (Best Silk-dressed), Guaranteed, PER BAG OF 200 LBS. Warwick Flour GUARANTEED, S\ 15s. per BAG OF 200 LBS. DAVIS, HARRIS, ft CO. General Prat Offioe, Brisbane, 28td May, 1867. AMENDED BATES OP POSTAGE TO BE CHARGED ON OORBESPON DENCE FOR DESPATCH TO, OR RECEIVED FROM PANAMA, ETC., BY THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL STEAMKRS, VIA SYDNEY. rilHB Honorable the Postmasler-General of Sydney, signifiedto Ota office, that in ftitnre 1 « charge of twenty *hilling« (20>.) Per lb, will be charged by the New Bonth W«le» fw.rniimnton the ffrOBB weiitbt or all the Qneenalsnd Mails forwarded to, qr received from Panama, &o.', by too Panama, New Zealand, and Anetraljao Mall Bteamme; the fnbUo ia hereby informed, that from and after this date, tbe amended Postage Bates ihewn In the subjoined Tabl». will be charged by this Office. gT Q R...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

LKGISLA.TIVK ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. The Legislative Assembly met at eleven o'clock, mid proceeded to Government House to present the lion, llie Speaker. His lixeellency received tiio members preeeu., and graciously con ceded, in tlii- (jueeu'ii name, tlic privileges demanded t>y iLe iipcalior 011 boUuli of tho Representative Chamber. After thcr re. turn, the House awaited t e arrival of His Kxeellency, uud were summoned to the Council Chamber in the usual inauuer to hear the viceregal speech. On reassembling, at half-past three o'clock, a full House was present. Messrs. James Taylor and G. Clark were introduced, ana sworn in for the electorates of Western Downs and War wick respectively, A number of despatches, return*, Ac., were laid upon the table by Ministers, and several notices of motion and of questions were given by hon. members. The SFSAKEB announced that the Assembly had attended in the Council Chamber, and beard the vice-regal speech, a copy of which he then rea...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]istellaneons. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

nbttfffttwus. Thr. BOTH.-Home pursuits are more lucrative, some more reapeotahle, some more agreeable than others ; farming is a burUnt sure trade; a chimney-sweep is far better tbao .none at all. Mo matter ho* rich hi; parents may Ik, a boy should learn a trade; no matter how poor be may be a boy may learo some trade if be will. Onr cities are fpll to-day of young (and old) men wlio have been clerks, book-keepers, porters, &o., &c., yet can find nothing to do, and era starring, because their foolish parents did not give- them trades. A trade is an estate, and always a productive one. "I aay, boy, are you a poet?" "Not exaotly. Sir; but I sometimes do the rule of three In-veric." The reason why so few literary men are bred to their profession is beoaose the pro fession is very rarely bread to them. An old lady, reading an aeeonnt of a dis tinguished old lawyer wbo was said to be the lather of the New York bar, exclaimed -" Poor man, be bad . dreadful set of children....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tudebdat, Auoobt 6. In aiiBwor to a question from the Hon. T. L. M. PBIOB, The Hon. St. G. B. OOBE made the following reply:-Tae office of Postal Inspector having been created by the Legislative Assembly, contrary to the opinion of the Postmaster-General, he is uuable to state what may be the qualifioa tions necessary for that office in the opinion of the Assembly, or whether or not the present Postal Inspector is pos sessed of them. The appointment was made by the Executive Council, and the Postmaster-General, being -bound by bis oath ot secrecy, declines to disclose the proceedings of that body on the occasion of. Mr. Jones' appointment. The Post master-General, cannot undertake to aay whether or not there was any officer in the Postal Department, or in tbe Civil Service, qualified to undertake duties, the nature or utility of which he is unable to understand." The Hon. W. WOOD introduced the fol lowing measures, which were read a first time and the second r...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor trill not be retponeible fir any opi nion! or view expreeted by CorretpondenCt. and Kill aluayt reject pernnal conmuBico tion< unlets on evbjecti of public importance, and guaranteed by the tignaturt of the author. , (To the Editor of the Warwick Argut.\'-j SIB.-The letter from the Hon. John Douglas, which appeared in your laet issue, has, no doubt, been perused -With attention by your numerous readers. It is at all times highly satisfactory to find' a representative desirous of ascertaining bow far bis views-on the most important question of the day-coincide with those of his constituents. The nap which Mr. Douglas has, at considerable pains and trouble, extracted from the Survey Office, and furnished to the Mayor, shows very, plainly the prodigious quantity of land already alienated on the Eastern DOWM, and indicates aixo pretty dearly $ne situation of all the unsold lauds of this part of our district; and it requires but a casual gla...

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TERRIFIC GALE AT SYDNEY. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

TERRIFIC GA.LU AT SYDNKV. (From iht Empire.) Tbe fearful gals of wind tbst Mew throDgbo'ot.tbe early p»rl of Monday, July ; 20, fa of caused a most lamentable lost of life, anil the destruction of two pilot hoi It and a shipping butcher's boat, at tbe Heads. About 8: o'clock in tbe taoming the ship Stralbdon; Captain ' Pile, from London, came ib, sigjit from tlje southward, under cloee reefed ^opsails, tbe wind was blowing very heavy iropi the southward, with a high tea, and. the weather was so thick and dirty that objects ft abort distance off could pot'bg ebsppred. Tbe Strathdon stood in towards the entrance of tVe harbour, and pilot Bobinaon, witb his boat's crew, pro ceeded out to meet ber ; but hie boat was soon afierwarda swamped by tbe short, ehopping aea breaking over her. This bappegod just outside Jhc South Reef, and the accident was pbserved by Mr, Robert : <Jre«n fobiptfnfc^ntobjbfV w(io waa also iiihkiogTor thVinip, but; eblragedhiB course, and hastened, witb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

Ho* TO REMOTE VYHIKKLKR-It is said to be demonstrated that every lime a wife scolds lier husband she adds . wrinkle to lier face I It it thought the aoneunce ment of this fact will bivi the most ealu t»ry effect, especially u it is understood that every lime a wife (miles on her hos band it will remove one of the old wriukleB. Why is love like t Scotch plaid f liecause it is all stuff and often crossed. Why is a unlar eclipse like a mother throbbing lier child?-Because it is a bidiug of the suu (sonj.

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 — 13 August 1867

ARBIVAI, ANI» OK^ARTTHKK OK TDK MAJI.S. ARRIVALS. #r«m Maryland, event Tuesday, at 1 p.m., and every Saturday tit 0 p.m. ii Brisbane and ipswteh, via Drmyton, by Cobb%* coaches. iPery Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday,at 3 p.m. " Leybvm via Tahiti i'iygingt,every Wed nesday, at noon. IWr&RTURBS. For Maryland. every Mon<lay, at 6 a,m*tand entry Thursday. at 4 p.m. Britbvtie and Ipgwirh, via Drayton. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, by Cobb's coaches, at 9 a.m. * Warwick to Leyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m X.B.- Letter* mutt bt fated at the Country fifficea half an hour previous t* the time fixed for the despatch of mailt, but late letters mil be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter. Netotpaptrs are required to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mailt. The English mail elites on cr about the 17th cf every 'month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

WARWICK ARGUS TENTEBF1ELD CHEONICLE SB DBblUbad tntf Toerfay and Friday of tfc. rtuefaalUaooloptea. fRBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Men nnnanoinpniled by prepayment will re ^QurtntaSiuM 4W *"* SQtfc Iw, .'lOth.Sapteaaber, and 81st Deoemtwr. in (rifldlivttwif DIDW totorwaidtbelr lestauttos (togettMr with all arrears) dlteot.to thtiOwMl^iNutaMiclMr d»y» Mm «ha «iplo|UtiiV tMk quartan TEBMB AH ADTEEW8WO. TwoUaea i 5 . awwy, adAtttonal "6e,'.°r 1 c U*g* «a M .* ? -pitf-f, r~ Mb) tt> *4 ln»er\ a «i« tnttU HIT"**" -*to the Office ?BUS® . JProprietflr. JOB PRINTING. Tim .pin and ©wamwrtBl PRINTING with iuImii Ml flMp*»ch,*i moderate pricea CJlftDA OATitbOPJlB. CinCULABS, HANDBILLS, I.ABELB, BECBIPT * DEMTEEIT BpOKS CHEQUE BOOKS, v jraia s&aimi , ' Qf aU a*& r*lei, Fruit Treei/ttants, Bulbs, and Oar den Seel* SMWtats. Bnll*, widen t tot Wliltftiibey wapwttilly MUdt order*. . oooiftijtMMD Hire m ormtot CAM. 7 johk:BMWIS* & sw. #46 Hfnrswy anfl'Becdtmen. Bank of Mew Bouth W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVISE- j T1SER8. We beg to state thai our Accounts far the Quarter ending 30M June last are now in course of delivery, and toe hope ffrty will be fettled teithoui the least delay. Those in arrears will kindly oblige tu by a prompt settlement, as our requirements ? must be obvious to them. This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in- advance, we trust our friends will acknowledge the fact by send ing remittances.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

BIRTH. At her residence, Warwick, on the 4th inst., Mrs. James J. Kingsford, of a son.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 13 August 1867

WARWICK POLICE COUfiT. FBIDAX, AUGUST 9. (Before the Police Huutnte.) William Morgan was summoned by William Glover for illegal detention of a horse. Mr. Conquest appeared for the defendant The plaintiff,' being sworn, stated that on the Srd August he ex changed horses with the defendant, on condition that the mare belonging to the latter was broken in quiet in harness, and if the mate did not suit she was to be returned; returned the fnare to defen dant's brother because she did not suit. By Hr. Oonquost: I was not satisfied with the mare When the exchange Was made.-Jane Ryan, being sworn, stated that on the 8rd August the, defendant brought a Black mare to her' jferd, which . he gn&mnteed to the pompuinant to go quiet in harness; and'it was agreed if she didnotgo quiet, the hones were to be returned; the last witness bsatttwaa that the prosecutor said the conditions were, to try the mare, and that if she was not found suitable, to bring her back the same evening. Cross-exa...

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