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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

TENTERFJELD CHE0K1CLE. FEIDAY. AUGUST 28,18G7. OUB reader* will perceive from ao adver. tisementinahotber column, emanating from the Mikisier for Lands, that all Crown land* which have been proclaimed under the Leasing Act, whether surveyed or unsurveyed, may be taken up at onoe, ?ubject to the conditions hid d«wn in the Agricultural Reserves Act of 1863, which ?imply provides that one-sixth of the urea taken up shall be placud under cultivation Within ona year. There u an jwnidnntial condition whatever, all that is required being compliance with the cultivation clause, and the payment of balf-a-crown an acre at the time of selection, and the same amount each year for seven years. If the land selected be unsurveyed, it is necessary that the surrey fee be paid at the time of selection, and the Government will issue instructions to have the land surveyed at once. 'This is a bold stroke for our new Ministry, but it remains to be seen whether the a tap taken will stand the test of law. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Ang.80 21 |T«ia«, Wad. lltinrkJ FrMky [Bat. -I BUN, | Moil. I « . 87 5 . 38 6 . S3 6 . 89 6 . 89 B : 40 5 . 40 Moun'e Age

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

Colonial items. The body of a newly-born infant was found, yesterday, in a paddock belonging to Mr. Blakeney, at South Brisbane; it was quite naked and in an advanced stage of decomposition.-Guardian.   A dramatic club, named the Prince Alfred, has been recently formed in Bris bane, with His Excellency the Governor as patron, and His Honor Chief Justice Cockle as president. The society is prin cipally composed of members of the legal and literary professions. The first public entertainment is to be given on the 2nd September next.-Guardian. The LATE DIVISION ur tee Assembit. -We regret that a letter from our local member on (he late division reached us too late to Appear in this issue. It states that the number of electors represented by members who voted with the Maeal ister Government amounted to 9513, while those who voted with the Macken zie party only amounted to 5870; that one of the new Ministers, Mr. Lamb, . represents an electorate that can poll only 101 votes;...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CURIOSITIES OF JUSTICE. (From Chamber's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

CURIOSITIES OP JUSTICE. (From Chamber's Journal.) There seem* to bare been two kiods of criminals who formerly refused to plead to their indictments-the one, men of pro perty, who by Buffering death by pressure instead of by banging "preserved their children or heirs, which would not have been the case had tbey pleaded and been fjund guilty by the jury. The other class were ignorant, determined men, who foolishly imagined that by obstinately refusing to plead they should eventually escape tbe punishment due to tbcir offences. Where no argument could in duce a man to plead, the judgment of the law was read over to bim as he stood at the bar. It was thus worded:-" That the prisoner e'lall foe sent to the prison whence he came, and put into a mean room, stopped from the light, and shall there be laid on the bare ground without any litter, straw, or other covering. . . He shall lie upon his back, his head shall be covered, and his feet shall be bare. One of his1 arm's shall be drawn wit...

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A TOUCH OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

A TOUCH OF NATURE. (From Bote Belli.) It begin to rain ts Mary reached tlie end of tbe square, and though it was only a autnmer shower, tbe drops came tliick and fast, and she was glad to take shelter under sn archway leading into aome public stables. It WM dark here, aud until ber eyes got MSUstomed to tbe (loon, she wss Dot aware tbat ber place of refuge was shared by another woman, who, crouohing into a corner, roAtd bfrfeslf backwards and for wards, sragfag a low, aoft lullaby. Pre sently Mary beard tip wail of an infant, Md the mother bushed ber roog snddenly, and tried aootbibg words. " Poor darling 1" she murmured, "are you hungry, then? Would to 'Ood I fckd something to give you; but my last penny is gone. I oare noth ing for my owo sufferings, but I would gladly spare you, and endure every pain twice over tbat you might have none." And tbe fell to kissing the unconscious in fant, who wailed anew witb an exceedingly pitiful ory. Here was some one wore miserable, more forloro...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

cr'v) .... svO.ociu r|||n(migfncc. DIM' irr (WET.-For the information of uur readers vti republish thu list of civil cases wbiob will ooue on for bearing to-duy They are as follow*, and will he tried in tb« same order u under: Hewton v. Clark and Co., rent .. £11 19 0 Urainger v. F. J. 0. Wildasb, damages ,, " ., 86 0 0 Henry v. Beaitie, damages .. .. 40 0 0 Voss ». Gourtcuay, auinmous not yet returned Spreadborough T. Oillam, promla sory note 8i) 0 0 Oowton v. Mallalieu,wages.. 18 2 0 Irwin v. gam <, wages .. 12 18 1 Evendon v. ttradford, promissory 4iote 132 10 0 bl ark and Oo. r. Marwedel, goodB said 151 1 « Same ». J, Oleury .. .. ,. SI 7 t Davjs »pd Harris v. Oarr, goods sold 47 13 10 Bevttie w. Henry, interest ou money 67 8 8 Crufg y. M'Geaiy, work done .. 42 17 9 Same v.tliambert, work dons ...? 27 2 6 fiveodtn v, Kingaford, promissory note .. 182 '0 0 B. liosi v. Abrens, goods sold .. 40 IS 0 Bank of Ke* Sooth Wains v. J. J. Kingsford 1 The following were among th...

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PROGRESS OF SETTLEMENT IN THE CARPENTARIA COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

PROGItKSS OF SKITLEMENT IN THIS OAitPliNTAUlJk COUNTRY. A correspondent wli» >as nne olf tlie. esrliivt «eiili<ra on fcY'"t«rv «k-rilia,:to tun Australatian under ilule 26i<i-Miiv: " In the diatriot of B tnrlu the tits: rub nccopi'd, called tbs Prairie,' was taken op in August, 1808. In tint neighbourhood, the heal of the Fliudera, there are now of.ht Btati inR, v itli en average of 1'20 ^ p e^i eiob^twiitliH ' tJiifW dr tour en nil caiilc runs. Theie auiio i* at p.eoeui their wool «t Cleveland B*y, aird drew top- ' plies from tlienee. _ " On the Lower Flindera there ere also eight aheep etationa with at present an average of 5,000 ebeep eaob, 16,000 aheep -belonging to one of them Which have uut yet got out not Ireekoned. One cattle atatiun with 10,000 bead, and three or four other* with abunt 1,000 eaoh, are alto eituatel on the Lower Flindera. " To th" treat of the Glononrry River seven etationa are formed, with aomethiag /like,60,000 aheep amongst them; ...

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Poetry. MOTHER ON THE DEATH OF HER CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

MOTHER ON THE DEATH HEB CHILD And art thou deed, id; first-born. Iff pretty one-toy o»nf And tram your loving pareuta, dear Hare yon for ernr gone? Will thoae blue ey«a never open more. To look on me again; And ban you fled for ever, love. From tbie world of woe and paiu. I waited for your coming Jong, Uy own my darling boy; And when yon came, I welcomed you Witb pleaiure. lore, end joy.. Bat bow tbat yon are dead, my aon, What angtthh wringa niy bnrt; Tonr father too, la deeply grieved, From yon, my child, to part. But I will weep for yon no more. My boly angel boy t For yon bare left thla world of woe, For one of love and joy. Tour little band (hall strike a harp, la the manaiona bright above ; Tour Uttle tongue aball ewell the pralte Of our great Ood of lore. I would not have you back, my aon. To tread the thorny road; Tm happy in the thought that I Bin given a eon to Ood, OBADI EXBB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

WAN3ED, A THOROUGH UOU1E and PABL0UU ? MAIL).' Must iiudirstaod needlewmlt. Apply this day betweei 11 and 12 o'cluck ;"?89 : .DAVIS, HARI1I8, & CO. IF -tliU tliOuM -oust tbi eye of CHARLES ANDERSON. F»4" tf Bushmills. Ireland, lie 1* requested to retunitome immadlately, or else Oommunictto with fail friends «B soon as possible, If any of Ms jcquaiiitaooes sltould .ee this, they are requests! to write. 620 TOXEV fl'HE ROUSE and PBRNISE3 In the occn X pation of the odderaigied, to whom apply, 690 G. L. PftATTEN. 70 LET, A THREE-BOOMED HOUhB in Guy-street. Apply to B. WHEELER, 616 Emporium. Warwick Trestytirian Church. 6WI&G to (flie temporary tlsenoe of the Iter. O. MCuiluoh there will be NO SEBVIOE on Sabbath, ibe let ol September, 1867. 640 C NOTICE. ^ I HAVE in my possesiion a Brown HOUSE, branded APU onr P near shoulder, the eame having strayed into my paddoefc. Any one claiming Hit same eav hj»»e him bj paying enpensei. {? . T. WILLIAM COLLINS. Warwick, Atigust 20...

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CRICKET. LEYBURN V. WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

CRICKET. LEYBURN V. WARWICK. A triendly game at cricket was played I on the Square in tbia town on Saturday las'. Arrangements fir the match had ] been in progriMi- lor Hnmn fcptie, tlie challenge coming i'r.im t!io L^b urnies, j and ii was agreed Unit llie Utter should visit Waawick first, and that the return match should be played at Leyburn. Considerable interest was accordingly felt here as to the result of the match, and we believe the Warivicliit.es were somcwh.it sanguine of winning. The wickets wure pitched at half-past ten, the Warwick team going to the wickets first. They werd, towever, somewhat surprised to find themselves bowled out bo quickly, the scoring for the first innings amouniiug to only 30. The fielding of the Leyhurwtt'r was excellent, and the bowling of SuuJaii and Clay very good. The gran* «us cleared between ihe wicketB, and the balls stuck close to the ground, which prevented our men fiom striking them, accus tomed as tlmy hod been to practice on tufly groi...

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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27,1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) SYDNEY. August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

furtolcfi Lrfl«s» , .'..li, TENTBftFIlfr/D CHEONIOLB. . TUESDAY. AUGUST 27,1867. .'(."J.! -r-ioirr TJ5LEGBAf?H10 NEWS. (Abridgedfrom tht Britbont daily papers,) SYDNEY. - ." ." August 21. O'Conuell, the bushranger, hie been sentenced to seven years' imprisonment. The Oat Company has declared a dividend of 12}-.per cent. Mr. Martin bas introduced a sew Land Dili, 'the leading features of which are fifteen years' leases for the squatters; free selector* to be allowed a rebate of five shillings per acre for paying the pur. chase-money of their lots witbiu two years; occupation and residence to be dispensed with when one-third of the land taken up has been cultivated; and the upset price for cash purchases of (and to be reduced to fifteen shillings per acre. AuguBt 22. Eingsmitl, one of the clerks in the Bank of. New 8out£ Wales, brought up on'4toti)d, chfetged with embezzling money a belonging tp/.tip bank, has been committed for trio). An accident occurred at eomr blasting operations ...

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MELBOURNE. August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

MELBOURNE: ? j .. .. ... Aumist 21. 1 The Upper House has rejected the Appropriation Bill by a majority of seven teen ; six vofcifcig for its puBijrg, apd twenty-three against it. The niatter is causing a good deal of excitement. The Bill contained- a grant of £20,000 tor Lady Darling. ? ? *.' ' ? August 22. The Great Brit&inr*team *bip, takes 110,000 ounpes of gold,. General Oarey was a passenger.

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THE NEW MINISTRY IN ITS RELATION TO THE REPRESENTATION. (To the Editor of the Brishane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

THE NEW MINISTRY IN ITS RELA TION TO THH > RiSPit ESEN l1 V XION. , (To lit Editor of the Mim Courier.} ? Sir,-The Statistical Begjster of Queens land for 1866 furnishes much v&luame in formation,'but on no point iq tbat infor mation ' mora interesting, fttiibe present time, than in reference to the comparative, relation of the late tind present Ministry to the constituencies, and. how! ftf;^'ej numerically represent 'thp 'electorate.,,! will, with your permission, copy from the liegiater, page 26, under the table hbadetf, " Return of Electors onthe Rdjl of bach Electorate in March, 1867." Th*ifigure* will give the comparison inferred to. The late Colonial Secretary, A. fclaoslnter, Esq., is member for Ip8wich.;'BUtnber of electors, 1672. The present 'Oiilpnial Secretary, A. El . Palmer, Esq., represented Fort Curtis; number' of 'electors, 628. The late Colonial Treasurer, T. B. Stephens, Kb%., TepresentsfJouth Biilibaae; number of electors, 504; The present Colonial Trea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. Horwitz & Co., HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants ot Warwick and its vicinity of their additional supply of WINTER GOODS, Which (hey an prepared to Sell CHEAPER THAN EVER, «v»nP;-»:ng 0f_ PRIVTS CALICOES WOOL PLAIDS DAMASK, VELVtT, & CLOTH TABLE COVERS, &e,Atc" &c BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT: 20 Trunks of LADIES' BOOTS 10 do. CHILDREN'S DO. The largest assortment of WELLINGTON and BLUCHER BOOTS ever known in Warwick. 18 WELL REPRESENTED. . Tobacco! Tobacco! THE ONLY GENUINE BARRETT'S TWIST TOBACCO ON THE TOWN. A &&&<&& ©»<!?«?& Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Kerosene, &c., &c. WINES AND SPIRITS. OF THE BEST BBANDS. GREAT REDUCTION IN FLOUR!!! £1 18s. per Bag. BEST iVElAlDE FLOUR HART'S BRAND, AN EARLY CALL IS SOLICITED. @be ftwajrest pntte i# Sown is JACOB HORWITZ & CO.'S ©@&Miift©SAlL §T©ffiE,, 662 WARWICK. . TOYS! T...

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ADELAIDE. August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

ADELAIDE. . - . jitl£UBt22. I Young, lite of the firm of Yi>nnghii»» band, tiM-befetf acquitted 6nlKe charge of unbeulemeot A. Bbhgohoeb Thiet.-The. following nest stroke -of bnainesa dtwnft mention. The aceoe in in a druggist'* shop at Foggai, in the Neapolitan province of Gspitant, time, night, the droggiat. jnst having lighted . handsome . silver tam|>, tiie admiration and the envy of the bm hbourbond. A man enters holding bia hat in his baud, " Mr. Druggist, will vou flmw -to -viw me a hstfnj of the sjrnp of tamarind* 7" ra.ye tlie stranger. " A hatful of eyrnp; wh.it do yo« mean f < rie« i|it dnwgist ojx ning M. eyes very wide. " Do not mortify me by a refusal,'! says the n an j " it is a bet with a friend, so jnst fill up mv hit and tell me what It is to payTliit drugget whs a merry felly*, t lie cnre't pi rosed I im, and ao lie feti'lie<l a t'ig fl«-k lull t<i tlie neck frith ayrnp, which we* doly transferred hi the cnrtomtr't wideawake....

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WARWICK ELEVEN. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

WAEVICK ELEVEN. fttST INNINGS. ... 6 ... 8 ... 3 ... 6 ... 8 ... 0 . ... O ... 0 ... 1 ... 1 i ... 0 ... 3 Total ... ?. ... SO j SECOND INNINGS 1 John Harvey, b tiy Olay . ... 12 S. Eveudou, 0 by Scanlau 12 W. Mark, b by Scanlan .8 A. Gillam, b by Soanlan ... ... 5 W. Morgan, b by Scanlaa .r. .. 7 E. Morgan, b by W. Clay ... .... O F. Morgan, b by W. Clay 1 ' K. O. Fuller, b by W74B£,.. 4 * 'T. Addenbrooke, curt ©litr!'1. ... 7 C. Morgan, c by Settnlan ' ' ... 1' James Harvey b by Scanlau ... 2 Wide balls ... ... ... 1 j Total 65. \ First innings ...' 80 Grand total ... ; , ... 86 THE DINNER, which was given by (thei; Warwick cricketers, took plane at ibe Criterion Hotel, when about thirty aat down. Tlie table was well laden with choice dishes, and inflected lunch credit on the host and hostess, who are well known to give the i greatest satisfaction in this respect on every occasion. Thecompany fcvident'y enjoyed the repast. Mr. F. Moigan, the. captain of the Warwick team, occupied ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

MSceCfrtitcous, EXTRAORDINARY REVELAXIOSS IN ITALY.-For ti»e last few months ('writes a correspondent of (he Daily JVejw At Rome) moat mysterious communications have been passing between th% King of Italv and the Pope, through the channel of a M. Alberi, who has been Bitting back wards and forwards between Florence and Rome. This M. Alberi it a politician of the most extreme and violent reactionary principles. Between M> Alberi and the King of Italy co nes in a Signor Castellani, .Ifputy for the Tueoan constituency of Montalcino, and an individual who, though he tabes his aeat on the Left, is known to have the most Intimate relations with the highest powers in Uome. As a person of acknowledged influence with tha Vatican, and a pertona grata to the Holy ^Father perrooa'lv, Signor Castellani exercises an extraordinary influence over the mind of Victor iSnmaouel, who. as worldly pleasures_ reoade, is represented as beginning to think of heavenly things, and as above all things aruro...

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

WARWICK POTIOR COUKT. Via DAY, AUGUST 20. (liefore the Police Magistrate.) John LyoDB, a boy about thirteen years of ai»e,-was uuinuioued - on a charge of cruelly beating and ill-treating a pony mare belonging to Thomus Towell, BO that the p< nv died. Mr. Fuller appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Oxenham fur the defendant. Thomas Towell, being sworn, said the boy b Trowed the mare from him oh Satur day morning to go a short distance; he told him to take care of her, and he should have her again; witness under stood the bov was to be back in a couple of hours, but he never brought the pony back at all; at half-past nine o'clock the same evening he was informed that the pony had been left in the priest's paddock knocked up; bad not seen ttie defendant since until now; sent to inquire about the pony, and bis nephew was told that she would be brought home as early as pos sible ; at three o'clock on Sunday after noon saw defend-nt i.i his father s yard, and went*to nek him ab...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

AKIUVAL ANT> I1KI'\UT(IUK OF THH M A U.S. ARHrVAIH. £V#ih Maryland, evert/ 7W» >n 1 /<.« , <7H«' every Saturday at /£m.' «t Brisbane and /pswick. via (Dreyton, f>y Cobb*' roarht*, *vert?\ Tuesday. Thurs day, and Saturday, at 8 p.m. M Leyburntvia I --(/' . igyings%every Wed nesday, at noon. i>hl jRTrRES* JW Maryland, every Monday> 8 a.m^ and every Thursday, at -4 Brisbane and Ipswich, via O . t;ton, every Mondoy, Y'tdntsday, in t'r a ay, by Cobb's canchfSi at 6.80 <t. -t, " Warwick to Leyburn% every V rt Uy, at 4 «.m S»B*- Letter* bt f otted at the Country &fficet half <m hour previous t * the time fixed fotlhe despatch of moils, but late letters Kill be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each Utter. Newspapers ere reqv'rert to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mails. The fingtitsh mail doses on or about the 17<A «/ every month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS TENTEBFIELD CHRONICLE IS publiahed e»ery Tuesday and Friday mornlrga, and forwarded to all parte of the A uatrallan cotootae. TKBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Qoarterlj (in adrenoe) _8s. 4 Ditto (credit) 10e Otdere unaccompanied by prepayment wlllre catre aoattentfon. . Quarters terminate Slat March, 80th JnnCi 30th September, and Slat December. Subscribers wishing to wKMnwlWr liom the Hat will be required to fonra«4 their (aafnatkw (together with all arrears) direct to tha offioe Mleait fourteen dear days before (be .aplratios of each quarter. TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. TsrO lines 1 . four Heel S 0 SfacUme;..... . 0 Eigbtline* 4 0 Ercrr additional fire llnee, or uler I 0 Ittp Ml displayed advertisements aa per ?iincmitiiit A liberal diaoonot allowed on advertisements «ij<tad for more than six cooseeotire insertions. Births, marriages, sr deaths, 8a. each Inser tion. I ? the abeenoe of written instructions to the contrary, advertisements wilt be Inserted tmtil OMinten...

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