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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

FLOUR! FLOURS FLOUR! GREAT REDUCTION AT OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Adelaide Flour (HAUTO BRAND) GUARANTEED £2 4s. per Bag OF 200 LBS. WARWICK FLOUR (Best Silk-dressed), Guaranteed, PER BAG OP 200 LBS. Warwick Flour GUARANTEED, £1 15s* per BAG OP 200 LBS. DAVIS, HARRIS, & GO. General Post Office, Brisbane, 23rd M»y, 18B7. AMENDED BATES OF POSTAGE TO BE CHARGED ON COBEESPON OKNCE FOR DESPATCH TO, OB RECEIVED FROM PANAMA, KTO., HY THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUtiTBALIAN MAIL STGAMIiBS, VIA SYDNEY. rklllK Honorable the Postmaster-General of Sydney, having signified to this office, that In fotnre 1 a charge of twenty shillings (20s.) per lb, wiH *» .>? !">« .N«w Booth Wales Ooveruincnt/on the gross weight of alf the Queensland Mailsforwarded to. or «*eived from Panama. &o.. by tbo Panama. Now Zealand. and Austri an Mall Steanw « { the Pobllc fa hereby informed, that from and after this date, tbo amended Postage Bates shown In the subjoined Table, will be charged fcy tbia ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

Epl A countryman who WAS charged witb ten gallons of whiskey wliich A publican put in j BO eight-gallon keg, said lie 'Midn't mind money ovcr-chargi-d eo much on ho tiid the strain on the KO^." The local journals are justly indignant at the fate of the young girl, whose melancholy death near A inherit we briefly reported a few days ago. The Majorca Independent gives A more detailed account of the tragedy :-"A tragedy of fearful import arouied the inhabitants of Adelaide Lead into A state of groat excitement on Sunday (light last. It appssre, from the FEW par ticulars we have gathered, that a girl named Mary Kllis, about fifteen years of Die, had been scdnced by a negro living in the neigh bourhood, and by whom SBO proved encientc. j On 8unday morning she prematurely gave I birth to A living child ((waring the color of its putative father),the event being unknown to any of tho neighbour;, or adult members j of tilio family, as the lather of the girl ( who ! is a widower) was absent f...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

MELBOURNE. August B. i £15,000 hare been roted towards making preparation*, to receive the Duke of Edinburgh. , August 10. A very severe stock of earthquake has occurred at Bumoyoung. It waa preceded by . low rumbling noiae of about' (wo minutes' duration, and waa tben followed by a violent »hock which lasted between ten and fifteen minutes. Its course was north to aoutb. It waa not felt in South Australia, but was generally so through out Victoria. No damage is yet reported.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNSEL TO BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

COUNSUIJ TO BOYS. The following fitting counsel* on self tract, taken from an American jxiblicatiou, .re written fay Horace Greoly, editor of tbo New York Tribune, than whom there ere few hotter qualified to give each 68 is bcre given to Imyi: ? Wfaen.I was nine years old, there tmei peotedly appeared, oue day, in my father's bumble farmhouse, the clergyman, doctor, lawyer, and perhaps one or two other magnates of our New Kngland rural township, who addressed my parents to this effeet :-" Tour elder son is so pro mising a stndent, so easy and rapid a learner, that we think he should have a better education than our common school can give him. We propose, therefore, that he be sent to Phillips* Acadcmy, and thence to college; and we offer, should you ohoose to intrust him to as, to see thet be ts thoroughly schooled, without expense to you." My poor bat proud parents re sponded with thanks, but decided tlist tbey would give their children all the schooling tbey could fairly afford, a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOONDIWINDI. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

GOONDIWINDL FBOlt OUB OWK CORRESPOND EKT. Private animosity reigns triumphant here, while the public interest is sacrificed. Seven court days, and no bench of magis trates in Goondiwindi! JUBticeB of the Peace, we all know, are not tunmaculate, and have their altercations and personal antipathies like other people; Dot then they generally have, or at least ought to have, a sufficiency of that" hypocrisy" in their composition which we are told is " the homage that vice pays to virtue " to cloak their personal feelings from .the public eye. Such a slate of affairs calls loudly for reform, and proves beyond all question the argent necessity that arista for the immediate appointment by tbe Government of a stipendiary magistrate. It is monstrous-to say the least of it that in a district numbering aome twelve hundred souls, the most trivial law cases cannot be settled without incurring the ' expenses of, in many instances,' m two hundred miles' journey. Of what use are ' our constabulary ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Poetry. MY CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

SjOcfrg, MY CHILDREN. Nay urge me not to leave (hem, perauade'ine not to part With my two little darlings, the trea-turea of my fceart. You tell me that iu other land# a burden they frill be. Bat poverty, if shared with them, wore happi ness to toe Remember in tny lonely hours, with only » Btrangera near. How bard to bear the ills of life, if none vere left to cheer; Forget not that I leav* my hoiue. of all I love bereft, Then grudge me not my children's love the only comfort left* In all their childish griefs, in all their joys and cares, iiew aweet to feet a mother'* Imctd, to know a mother aharcR Their sorrows and their joys alike, their happi ness or woe, . Until it Is God's holy will to part us bere below, Tbeu ask tne not to leave them, for it cap never, never be, My heart would pine iu a far off land their face once more to veg; 80 fare tbee veil, aud pray Ood tspeod, and let mail eudeavour To gain that abore where well part do more for ever ang for evec. Brisbane,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ASHFORD. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

A5HF0BD, I FfiOM OUB OWK CORBKBPOKDEFT, The westher continue* most favourable, both for stock and agricultural purposes, being frosty during the night, and bright eansmne awing the day. There was a fell of enow at Glen Innes at the begin ning of last week, which disappeared as soon as it came to tbe ground, but Ben Lomond and some of the higher parts of New England had quite a wintry garment. Two mobs of horccs, about seventy in each, pasced here on Monday; they vera the property of Mes?n. Kcgland and Barrett, who were in charge of their res pective lots. They leit Sydney early in June, bnt were detained for a considerable time in consequence of the floods. Ten ont of one lot were drowned in swimming them across the' Hawkesbnry at the beginning of last month. They were m route for Rockhfttnpton, where it is to hoped tbey may meet with a ready and remunerative sale to compensate for their loss. The scab and brand inspector for this district is at present making his rounds to see that...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

WANTED, A LWrS HORBB. well M *na .th#" 4pp,y^wf ?ALDWYNJEw. rtOHl red ieDMat tl» roUee ftUgbtota, Varwlek Atonal 8th, XW7. 600 100 WAKTUV GOOD PICK «>1 SHOVBt M0f. «od good AXEMEN* 1 III gnA moa AAVionn* ajSj. Big Elw. nbwtoh bow.."" in UDMk .. Glen TO XJST, A THREE-BOOMED BODtl in G«y-«treet. A"Iy*# B. VfHBBLER, m Eroporinm. TO LET. THE HOWS MA PHEMI8K9 in »b««ocn «the Pm35S5£ - jq m, ffflB fiOOBE formerly known ». the "Halt T way Some Hotel," aitnatad «t tin tortrf 3SfSBS»^srssM TbtSSme U in every w»y tttofl for »*». derirotuof obtaioloffaqolet country retlfltnc#, Bant vat? mote"*** ftMttern. , J08 or fin the PremUee. ~~ T IiOBT, SMAIiti OOIO BRtKH3H; TtaS»j«"f the tm» *ill be rewarded by ^"7 id ST «n flie rotd from Olengrilan. . I tAoVSlISiTHEB BAG. ** «>W containing mMV article*. Bawari of £1 will upm*p» ,u^.p^h. aastt. 0Oq QtooVnMk WarwidkMB.I-6 Bonding 8odety. tagUat JOHN WINBTONE, «u Warwick 8ebool of Artt. THit Ulnar* »M be OPEN <m WRDNE8 DAr^ ftAT^PAY EV^TI...

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LEYBURN POLICE COURT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. (Before G. W. Eliott, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

LEYBUfiN POLICE COURT. (FBOU OTJE OWN COREBSPONDKHT.) FBTDAT, AUGUST 9. (Before G. W. Eliott, Esq., P.M.) George Wee tip rppenrcd on earn moot under the Matters and Servant* Act, for refusing to pay his hired servant, Nicholas Foote, a balance "of wages alleged to be due, £5 II*. 6d. This wa« j one of those difficult and tedious cases to undenting Both plaintiff and defendant stood in nred of an interpreter. After a ] long and patient investigation, a verdict was given lor plaintiff £1 6s. 6d. j Abbadlt.-James Castles summoned William Clay for knocking him down in 1 the public streets, and kicking at bim. j Defendant admitted the charge, but pleaded provocation. It was clearly proved that plaintiff had given great pro vocation. The language used to defen dant WHS disgraceful in the extreme, and utterly unfit forpubiication. lie Bench, i in consideration of the great provocation | given to the defendant, fined him 6s. and | costs. j

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Council was held yesterday Afternoon, when there vn a full Attendance. The MAYOR moved that the minutes of the special meeting which took place on the 6th inBiar.t be expunged from the minute bouk, as the whole of the proceed ings were illegal. Alderman AFFLECK seconded the motion, which was carried. Aldermro BBOWN then mored that the action taken by the Council at the meet ing on the Cth, with reference to the contract now being carried out in Pal merin-street be adopted. The MAXOU said be woald vote against the motion, as the bye-laws would not permit them to adopt it. No report on the matter had been furnished by the Improvement Oomoiittee, and the Council had no right (o alter a resolution which had been passed at a full meeting. Alderman Obohbie proposed as an amendment that the original contract be proceeded with. Alderman Brown then moved the eam6 resolution as that passed on the 6th. Alderman Ross seconded th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LEYBURN PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

LEYBURN PUTTY DBBTS COUKT. TUESDAY. AOQCST 13. (Before tue Police Magistrate.) Week* *. Rattray.-Good« sold »nd £3 6h 8d. Postponed on til next sittings, an the summons waa not served within the prescribed time. S. Canton. v. Weeks.-Balance of con trsot for fencing, allegfl'l to be due, £5 Its 6rt. Postponed until Friday. Weeks ?. Murray.-Goods sold and delivered £11 7s 8d, and Murray r. WeekB, £8 lis 8d. This was a cross action. The Bench, after bearing witnesses on both aides, an . verdiat fur Weeks for £2 18s lid. Byers r. Weeks.-Amount sned for £5. Defendant stated that be bad for warded tbe amount by last mail, and re quested tbe case wonld be postponed, to enable him to prodace receipts. Post poned until Friday. On Monday evening last a respectable and well attended meeting was held at tbe . Vmrt House, pursuant to notice, the object being to concert measures _ to prevent the town of Leyburn from being wired in by tbe proprietors of the Talgai and the Oanal Creek stations. On ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SPECIAL PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. (Before the Police Magistrate, and W. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

SPECIAL PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. (Before the Police M»gi»trat«, and W, Thompson, E«q., J.P.) I J. J. Kiouaford made an application (or . publican'* lioenie for . bona* to be called the " lloyal Exchange." The Beneh ad journed the application for m «#onth, eo ai to obtain . fall Bench, elating1 that ia fntnre no more licenses would he granted unlets with the sanction of a fall Bench. fNTBRPLB&DER OABB. Mr. Addenbroohe. on behalf of the de fendant in a rate heard at Allora, Hegarty and Oo. T. Muir, applied to etay proeeadings, the goods levied on being the property of another person named Archibald Muir. Mr. Fuller, on behalf of the plaintiffs, ap plied for an adjournment, which was granted until Wednesday the 80th instant, to be heard at Allora.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

ARRIVAL AND DWAHTURK Olf THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. from Maryland, every Ttitiiay. at 1 p.m, and every Saturday at 6p.n. " Milmt <wl Ipneieh, (fa Drayton, iy OgU'i coachn, miy fluidiy, rA«r« dby. and Saturday,at 8 p.*. « heyburn, via Uigginge. every Wtd nliday, at neon. PKfARTURttS. Tor Maryland, terry Monday, at 8 a.m., and every Tkuredoy. at 4 p.w. Briibantand tpiwieh, via Urn/ton, every Monday. Wtdnetday, » rr day, by Cobb'e toaehee, at 6.80 A.M. iT Vmviet to Leyburn, every 2 e.m tf.B.- Ltlleri mutt it felted at tie Country OJJieel half «n hour previoui t> I hi time fixed tor the deipatch of maite, tut late letttre tottl be received to within a gvarttr of an tour, upon a fee of a elzptnny vtamp being affixed to etch letter. JVewipaptrt are required to be polled one Awr before the time appointed for tleting tike mailt. The Engli'h mail clctei on or alout the ITtk #/ every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

,. .. /.. THE . .. WARWICK ARGUS in tenterfield CHRONICLE 38 jrabllshed Wiy mondcx*. taitorrfuiei to *11 part* of the ? ?p^KTH OF BCBSCEtPTION. ftuarterlyfln advance) A\ ^£^t2Snata JUtMarcbJK^JoM. ,,«&!« will bf -reqalr^ to forf y^*^ intimation (together with alt arreari) direct to the offioe a«. l»»«t fourteen clear day» before the expiration of ea*ah quarter. TEEMS FOE ADVEWIBIMO. TmllMt 1 S Fonr.lin 5 S » ® Eight linea v***.V"" * Enrj additional flee «"». «* , fl UrgTSS ^a ^^tuSi^t. « l»r ^rKvdtotoont allowed on tlmttHiMDb «^ixr«rt"£s& "'jSCt. tnnft be aent In to 0»m» nut later than iworfelock ^®^*gtKj,SSor bvnbonon Saturdays «a W^asd«|a. Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. that be Ib. prepares Ho execute every description of Stain M^©mmwnfal PRINTING With neatness Ml despatch, at moderate prices .. WfcsP" ' CARDS, CATALOGUES, CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS, I.AtlELS. BECklPT * DELIVEny BOOKS OHEQ17K BOOKS. fl , n atssfc ati&k&s . Of all eucei,f>kri* mi wW, Fruit T...

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTEEFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16, 1867. THE NEW MINISTRY. [BY SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

UrwicK TENTEEFIBLD CHEOKICLE. I8IDAY. AUGUST 16, 1867. THE NSW MINTSTEY. [bt «FEcrix TtxicaEUt.] The following ar&, the members of tbe new Miniatiy Trawnrerft Premier. Mr. M'KesEie Attorney-General. Mr. Pring. Po«tmMter-General -Mr. Prior. Colonial Secretary and Miniiter for Work*...Mr. Palmer. Minuter for Lend* Mr. Lamb. Parliament baa been adjourned until tbe J 7th September, in order to allow tbe j above to be re-elected. [We suppose Mr. Sandeman, who waa 1 firat aent tor, waa unable to form a Minfatry.-E».] ' I Hathtg received a cojty of the Statistical Eegicter for 1866 from the Government Printer, compiled io the office of tbe Begistrar-Genersl, we think it advisable to present onr ntden with a synopsis of the statistics connected with this town and district. Tbe work ia veiy voluminous, and afford* a large amount of useful and interacting information. In the first Slice the population of tbe colony on tbe lit December last ie computed at 96,172, being 67,288 males, an...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

TO /SUBSCRIBERS AKD ADVER TISERS. We beg to etate that our Account! for the quarter ending 90th June last are new in eevrte of delivery, and we hope they will le eettled without the leatt delay. Thote in arreare will kindly oblige vt by 0 prompt eettlement, at our requirements amt be obvious to them.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

WA.RWTOK POLICE COURT. TUBSDAY, AUOCST 18. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Peter Smith appeared on a tfharge of carrying- firearm* on Sunday, and (toted that hn did not know be was doing wrong. | His Worship took a lenient view of the cue, a* it ww» the Bret nf tlint nature whioh bad been brought before hitu, and afier reprimanding the defendant, dismissed him. Alec. MOraeken was anmmoned for leaving hie bone on tbe footpath, and upon being cantioned wa« dismissed, flin WOT ship stated his intention of .inflicting the fall penalty in future, as the practice had become very pr enfant, and endapgered foot passengers.

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SYDNEY. August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

6YDNEI. A uk cut 9. | General Chute and ataff have, arrived here from Auckland, lor Melbourne. News from New Zealand has arrived to the effect that the Bauhaue have mur dered four natives and four Kuropeans near Taupo. - The volunteer Amendment Bill has been read a second time io the Legislative Assembly. August 10. The banks have reduced the rate of discount 1 per cent. August 12. A Ladies' Committee has been fanned to give a granJ ball to Prince Alfred on his arrival.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) IPSWICH. August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgedfrom <ii Britbamt tail]/ paptrt.) IPSWICH. Angpit 10. The market building waa formally opened thia evening by the Mayor and Aldermen. Several alalia were occupied, the Volunteer bead waa in attendance, and there waa a large number of vim tons to witDett tbe ceremony. -

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(From the D. D. Gazette.) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. (By Electric Telegraph.) RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. Brisbane, 3.57. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

| (From the D. D. GatetU.) WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. (By Electric Telegraph.) RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. Brisbane, 3*57. p.m. Mr, MAOALISTXB has just made a Min .terial statement that in consequence^ of the close division >t the previous sitting on the amendment to the Address, the Iginistry had considered it their duty to tender their resignations to His Excel lency the Governor, nod that Mr. Sande man had been sent for. The House then adjourned until the following day, to allow time for Mr. San deman to complete his arrangements.

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