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

BOWEN. August 9. The returns of the poll for the Kennedy election ere in from Cardwell end Glen Dho. The final result ebowe (bat 88 rotes were polled for Mr. Fitzgerald, and 40 for Mr. M'Donald, giving a majority to tbe former of M votes. A party of men have arrived from the teuuMo*return with stores. {hey give wiy encouraging accounts of the : gold field, and state that they are satisfied to stack their washdirt until the next wet seuoa.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

BOCKHAMPTON. August 12. j Good report* have been received from Rosewood, where a nugget weighing 82 j ounces hu bees found. . I A new ruab took plnoe lut week to ground two miles from Koee wood. A proi pector obtained nine pennyweight! from ^ | three diahea of waah dirt

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ALLORA PETTY DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

| ALLOHA PETIT DBBTS COURT. | WEDNESDAY, AOGBBT 1. (Before iliu Police Magistrate.) Mulcahy Y. U. Mlntosb.-Mesirs. Ad denbrooke and Oxenhatn for plaintiff; Mr. Fuller for defendant. Tbe ease was ad. journed from July sittings for the pro. ductioo of evidence. Ttie Hooch nort sniin.l the plaintiff, faoli party to pay his own ? costs. J. Madden v. Nolan.-Hire of hart' fur 28 day*. From the evidence it appeared that the bore* was lent to and not hired by the defendant. Verdict for de fendant. Nol m v. M id !e >.-Goods aapplied j£3 Si. Verdict, for plaiuiiff. Cook T. Stritton.-Meat aapplied £113i 3d. Verdict for plaintiff Cook v. Muir,-Meat supplied JEl 16* 8J. Verdict for plaintiff, with cost*. He/arty & Ce. v. Muir.-DWhonoured promissory note jC20 ~14j 4d.' 'Yerdiet for plaintiffs, with ouots. Bellman v. Healey.-Mr. Oienham for the plaintiff, Mad Mr. Fuller for the defen dant. Mr. Fuller raiaed the objection that the plaintiff bad brought two actions for one account, in ord...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ALLORA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

ALLORA. POLICE COURT. WEDNISDAY, ACCOST 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) James ,Oorni»b, Dennis Bartlett, Jvmea Banks, (and Thomas Neil, were aeverally charged with being draok and disorderly, and were each fined 10a, or 24 hoars' im priaonment. James Wilson was charged with druok konness. It appeared that th<i defendant was galloping tbroagb tbe town in a elate of great exoitemeni, and was thrown from his hor.«e, but it was eventually proved be was not under the inflnenoe of drink. Dismissed, with a caution. 8cbtnidt v. Barlow. -Illegally detaining a liorae. Mr. Oxenham for plaintiff. John Bobmidt, on being swura, stated tbat in March last he exchanged a mare and foal for a dark brown horse with defendant; defendant'* horae was unbroken, and he agreed to have it broken in; got a receipt, (produced); about seven weeks after tbe exchange, applied for the horse, when de fendant said he bad not seen it. And after wards stated he could not find it; paid £18 for tbe mare, an...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 August 1867

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, ACOVBX IS. After aome preliminary badness, the debate on the Address was resumed, when oar member (Mr. GEOEGE CLABK) said he would vote against the amendment becanse the Opposition had declared no land policy of their own, and he depre cated the prising of a vote of want of confidence until the Ministerial measures wen before the Houaa and the Treasurer had introduced his bndget. He would support the principle of nee selection. After each honourable member had .poken, the question waa put " that the worda proposed to be omitted stand part of the question," and the House dinded with the following result: NOES, 14. Mr. Palmer Archer Lamb Mylne Fitzsimmons H. Thorn Mackenzie fiords Miles Pritchard Bam say Sandeman Mr Borss moved as a further amend ment, that the following words be added to the end of the fifth clause:-" We therefore recommend that the expenditure on the office of the Minister tor Works be forthwith discontinued." Th...

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

POSTAL.-We bag torn!) the itbntln of onr mtm te tin amended postal time-table. l» be (bond In th* Mil! plus. ' Tb mall from Toowooraba. which tmwfr left Warwlok at hail (put eight a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday*, now l**VM tt half-put six am. on MM MM days, and arriresln Tooiroombx 8 pxa, Urn* permitting pnmHri hr the coach to reaoh Ipswich In a dsy. This Will U of considerable benefit to trmDrn, a* th*y will be enabled to mvo both time and itponn, The train leares Toowoomba at {.82 p.m., -and arrives in Ipswich at 8 44p.m., Urn* allow ing paaaengers lor the Utter plaoe an hour and twenty-two minute* InJToowoomba. BOIBD or Gihhuu. Kijooinoia.-We are in reoolpt of a copy of the Beport of the Board of General Ednoation Cor the year 1868, and ID it we And the following remark* witb regard to the condition and management of our beat Notional School, which ireteot gnat Credit npon the matter, Mr. J. 8. Kerr, who** easldnity to bis dntioi and mode of tnillon an appreciated by all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! GREAT REDUCTION AT OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Adelaide Flour (HARTS BRAND) GUARANTEED £2 4s. per Bag* OF 200 LBS. WARWICK FLO ur (Best Silk-dressed), Guaranteed, £2 PER BAG OF 200 LBS. Warwick Flour GUARANTEED, £\ 15s. per BAG OF 200 LBS. DAVIS, HARRIS, ft CO. Oanaml Pott Office, Brlabana, 28rd May, 1807. AMENDED BATES OF POSTAGE TO BE CHARGED ON CORRESPON DENCE FOK DESPATCH TO, OR RECEIVED FROM PANAMA, ETC., HY THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL . 6TEAMKRS, VIA SYDNEY. rtlHE Honorable the Pot tmwter-General ofBydney, baring aignified to tki* olBoe, tbat in fntnre JL . ohwp of twenty shilling! (BOc.) per lb, will be chargitd by the "Mew 6onth Wo]el .Government, on the groia weight or all ibe Qawniland Hail* forwarded to, or received from Panama, &e., by tho hum, New Zealand, and Australian Mail 8teame>a | the Public U hereby informed, that (Mm and after this date, Uie amended Postage Batca shown in the subjoined Tabla, will be charged by this Offio...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

FEABFUL MURDER.-On the 15tti July tl e Deniliquin Circuit Court opened before Mr. JUKI ice Faucett. The firat case tried was (bat of Daniel Nichols, indicted (or the murder of Jumea Boweu. The follow iDg evidence (which Ml corroborated by other witnesses) elinwi the fearfully eud den nature of the murder. " Joseph John Knight, landlord of Collendiua Hotel, near Cornwa, depo<ed: Prisoner came to his koukl on 2Stb May, at five o'o'<iok. Deceased was not in prisoner's company : be oame while tbey were at suf per, and bad aome with them; after aupper went into the bar; beard prisoner and deceased quarrelling- in the room; tbey came ipto the bar, and deceased said to prisoner he did Dot want to bare any quarrelling with him, and shouted for him; tbey tben ehook hand*. Prisoner again wanted to fight with deceased, when he ehouted for bint again; prisoner then threw a glaaa at deceased, whioh missed htm, but buried itsslf in the door; it was thrown with each force as ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. Tbe House met shortly after 2 o'clock, and proceeded with the Speaker to Government ..Houseywhen tbe Address was prtaielntei) ' to HSs Excellency the Governor. His Excellency returned tbe usual formal reply. Air. Maoaubieb uid: At the adjourn nent of the House that morning he intiniated that he should make a personal statement to tbe House when it again assembled. Hon. members were aware that in the division which took place on tbe amendment to the Address to the Governor, in reply to bis Speech, tbe Government found themselves in a ma jority of two in a House ofthirly-one members. Under ordinary circumstances, that majority would be considered a good working majority, and, with united action, any Government might carry its measures through the House. After the division, it became bis duty, and that of his colleagues,. to examine the division list very carefully, and pay particular attention to tbe opinions whic.i were expressed by honorab...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. A«g.SO A s H St hdi. lto»1 Mfejr But. SDK, j6bb ri«e» I. N. 6 » I S £? < . K 6 . 25 «.M « . 88 Bun »etj.|MooH' B. M. :«i is?. .6.. 88 *.'£ 83: £ .,89 fi . 39 fi.40 6 . «0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

£500 WORTH OF GENERAL STOKE MEBOHAHDISE. IMPORTANT NOTICE * f*. ?" TO TOW TRADE AND PUBLIC. W.H.1K0WH |JAgwghjj| tatraetions to soil by public i&dribli MART. i'ALMEUIN-ST., On 8ATURDA*t NEXT, tie 24th inet, .oi daring tbe following week, FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS WORTH or GENERAL STORE MEROHANPI8E, ooMPBMraa A largo, now. and well-assorted etock of Drapery, ealtable far the present and coming aaaaona Fancy Drapery Goods-assorted Blanket* and Slaps t hmtimtitr - Boots-Woastn'a and Children'* . Groceries ? Oilmen's SWres ' T«a*-half ObMU Wines «Dd Spirit* , , Ironmongery , Uoglisb and (Mil Baoon and Cimw 1000 Bnabela Maiae ft6. few te. . ; A more detailed tUt Witt appear In future adTartusmenta. V The above ail "Tlew on'Frtdsy taext. ''' "<«riS"2tfe«lei '' .No Siukre, ' ' Sale to oommence at sharp, BtrwHHisn PBoriDU). 624 T < WARWICK EMPORIUM. IHB undejilgiiad U son prepared to. acll the beat CORN MEAL, AT SCt. PER BAG OF 200Ij». Tliia U particularly recommende...

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MONDAY, AUGUST 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

MONDAY, AUGUST 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) IHKKF 9TBALXVO. Andrew Bickert, the father of the above ' prisoner, was brought np io custody on a charge of stealing sheep from Ooombnrca station, the property of Mr. C. H. Green. He was remanded until Tuesday (to-day), j OBSCENE L1VSUAOE.* I James Feeney was brought np in eta* tody, charged with making use of obscene language on the previous evening. He was found guilty, and aentenned to pay a fine of £1, or 48 hours in the look-up.

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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. ADGCBT 14. The PBESIDENT took the chair at fifteen minutes oast S o'clock, and read prayers. The HOD. St. G. R. GOBS rose and stated tbat he had . Ministerial explanation to make. A* hon. members were aware, a division bad taken place in the other House on the previous evening" on an* amendment on the Address proposed in reply to his Excellency's Speech. Al though the Address had been carri. j by a majority-only a very ncrow one, it w:-i true, but not smaller this the Government had carried on the business of the country with on other occasions-yet there were circumstances connected with that ma jority which led the Government to doubt whether the Administration oould be car ried on-with credit to themselves and ad vantage to the colony. After fully con sidering the master, tfifer bad agreed with the Premier that he snould advise His Excellency the Governor to send for, another gentleman to form a Ministry.L The. Premier had don...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

^ca£ . Sncr Stmlom.-W« an glad toiearc that tin boy who ootpil from th» home itUm wbllet a March «u (oht on for nsi Amp whioh hid b»oi etoten from Gooroborra elation, m reported In oar poliae oolnmna, bu been .PimliMltl. 1< I* lb* aider brother of tbe boy who wm opmwittod for trial on Mailt; lait It eeeme that ia aplte of a eon* table watching oatalde to pnnnl a*f one from baring u» bona*, be managed to get away. Mid having etayed a day or two in the both proba bly, ho restored to come into Allora on Satur day night, about nine o'olook, and having en tered hta father*! hooae and prooorefl aome Mankete for a permanent " dope." lb* pelloe, who were watching the houae, pounoad npon him. h« qnlokly abandoned tu awag, and endeavoured to eacape. throwing hhnaelf down flat between a fence and a pile of alabt. The polioe. however, aided by tin moon, wore enabled to ferret ont hi*hiding plaoe, although, if it had boen a dark night, he might have eluded detection. We are glad to le...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

THU&SDAT, ADQCBT 16. The Bouse met at tbe usual hour, and tbe crowd of strangers was AS great AS upon any occasion during the debate oil toe Address. No member appeared on thp Ministerial bench, but Mr. Watsh, in tbe Absence of itny member of the new Minis tty, moved that the seats of Messrs. Mackenzie, Priog, Palmer, and Lamb, should be declared vacant through their acceptance of office, and the motion was passed accordingly. Mr. Savdeuajt, who entered tiie House while Mr. Walk a was speaking, an nounced tbat be had been sent for by His F*el'ency as a " prominent member" of the Opposition, but that be declined to form a Cabinet on tbe ground that his private affairs would not allow him time to perform the duties attaching to ao pub lic a position, lie had advised the Governor to send for Macicekziu, and that gentleman had formed a Minintiy, of wbic'i ho won d bis PrAnier wilh iJie office of fculon al 1'reiiHurer, ani associated^ .fvitta ^ hi^ PBINO * M-ttornw-GaBerttg im. A...

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. [?] AUGUST 17. (Before the [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

WAUWICK POMG# CODf W M AHuo.vBa if«ST 17. I T ilia [Ace IflhritilAftteAl *B8C0JfDtiro" FIl&M nlBED BEB Williapi Smith was brought up in pernioJv, having been apprehended in Warwick by Acting-Sergeant Gallagher, by virtue of a warrant (produced) from the Leyburn Bench, >m suspicion of his being Williatu Smith, who absconded from the aired service of Mr. G. W. Walker, of , When : apprehended, prisoner said his name was James Smith Boss, but the Acting-Sergeant swore that he an arored the dosoriptian oootainod in the warrant. Prisoner said William Smith was not his name, i and that he was not the man. The Bench remanded him to Leyburn for evidence. _ r SI1EEP STEALING. Michael Rickprt* a youth about 16 yean of age, Was brought up'in custody, baring beeuapprehended at. Aliora under warrant, charged with stealing and carrying a way from Goomburra station, Four sheep, the property of Mr. C. H. Groeu. Johu Jones Banks, overseer for Mr. Green, proseouted. Mr. K. G. Fuller conduct...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) SYDNEY. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgedfrom the Briabane daily paper*,) " . August 14. The Government intead iatroduciog a new Laud Bill on Wednesday nest. Karl Beltnore, tbe newly-appointed Governor of New South Wales, will leave Kngland by the September mail. His Excellency Sir John Young will leave on tbe arrival of hi* successor. Bertrand's case <vaa to hire been heard before tbe Privy Council on June 27. In the Legislative Council, tbe Border Duties Bill woa read a third time, and passed. The Legislative Assembly are discussing the vote for providing for tbe reception of His Uoyal'Highness the Duke of Edin burgh. ; August 15. The Western ooach and mail has been ewept away by a flood near Mandooran. The passengers escaped. A letter received from PariB states that one gold iqedal, tw > silver medals, and eiz bronu medals, aud four honorary men tions, have been awarded to Queensland by tbe Judges at the Great Exhibition. At tbe wool sales to-day prices were firmer. There his, be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

WANTED, A MAM end hi* WIFE (without enenra hr*ot»),«» CQOg an d HOUSEMAID. Apply to W. IfALuWYN. E*o, at tlw reai denc* of the PttUee Magistrate, Warwick. Both Angnit, 1807. 027 IF thh abooU meat the eye of OUiBUSEi AKDEBSON, E»g., of Bushmill*, Ireland, he t« requested t« return home immediately, or elM'oommnnieite with hi* friend* *oon n possible. If any of hi* acquaintance* ekould see this, they are requested to write. 620 LOST, A SMALL GOLD BKOOCH. The Bnder uf the name will be rewarded by brluginh it to thi* office. . ? 617 Warwick Uonidpalitj. TENDERS an invited for FENCING IN THE SQl'ABE, in accordance with plana and (pacification to be Men at the Town Hall Tenders to be sent In on or belore THURS DAY, 29th in*t, at 3 o'clock, p.m. By order, WILLIAM WARBEN, 626 Town Clofc. Fruit Tree*, Plants, Bulbs, and Oar deb Seeds, «THK GARDENS,' 80BK1T tJILLS, «S\ONEY, MEW BOOTH WALES. JOHN BAlTISr and HON hare for ails a large stock of fruit Tree*. Floweriug and Ornvnoolol Flints, Bulbs...

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MELBOURNE. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

MELBOURNE. August 14. I Mr. Duffy has been returned for Dal housie. Advices received from Paris state that at the Great Inhibition, New South Vales ezliibhurg obtained one gold, two silver, and sixteen bronze medals, and sixteen certificates of honourable mention. - Victorian exhibitors'obtained no g<fld, but two silver, and twenty-two bronze medala, and fifteen certificates of honourable mention. South Australian exhibitors carried off one gold, one silver, and twelve bron se medals, and Ere ceHificatee of honourable mention. ijjvt,*"- * liugta* I5r'" ThS^pTropriatiori Act has been read a first time, and. triJI be read a second time on Tuesday nett." Woodville and Jarrett, shipping agentii and brokers, have failed.

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THE FENIAN MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

THE FENIAN VIOVBVIENT. A serious riot occurred at Waterford on the night of Thursday, June 13, which proved to be the most nolent (iemonalra tion that has yet occttrted, ,in connection with the movements of Fenian prisoners. Four prisoners who had landed near Dnn garran were toronghtin by the train from OoA, which atfirett'oh Thursday evening, June 18. They were first conducted to the lock-up at Lady-lane, until a guard of about forty polioemen, four being' mounted, armed. During thia time numbers of .people. had assembled-imme diately outside the gaol, when the escort made its Appearance. Stones were thrown at thepolice, and there 'seemed to be a determination to reacu.% the prisoners, some of whom were' hit liy the stones in tended for the police. They were safely lodged in the ftiol; but the mob vented their fury on the police whep .they were returuiog. Brickbats, paving stones, Ac, were thrown, cutting and wounding tb» men dreadfully; several of their firearms were Maken. TVy we...

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