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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Account* for the ! quarter ending 30/n June last are novo m course of ? delivery, and tee hope they will be settled tojtbout the least delay. Those in arrears pill, kindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, at bur requirement* c.:. must le etovtout to them.' ThisbeingAc proper time for payment ' of subscriptions in advance, ice trust our ftiftidiAL-iU dchmdeigh M fact Sy tend ; $Hg .remiffegiceti \ ,
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 27 August 1867
METROPOLITAN DISTR1CTCOUBT. The proceedirgs of this Court com menced' at Wxrwick yesterday (Monday) in its crimiual jurisdiction. Tlie only member of thp bar present. was Mr. Gore Jones, Crown Prosecutor. .The jurv list having been read over, all answered to their names except a few who had left the district. The following jury men 'were then sworn-J. M'Kekcbie (foreman), A. M'Guiaoena, P. Macnamara, W. 8preadborough. G. Rawlins, O. Thorn, W. Tnlloch, G. M'Inlay, O. Booney, ifi. G. Bigby, M. Kevin, and John Newton. The following cases were tLoa tried, the first called upon betas; for HOBBB STEAMSO. Isaac Roberta Was charged with horse stealing, and the Cru wriProaecutor faring informed his Honor that no bill was filed against the prisoner, he was discharged. SHEEP SiEAEtHO. Andrew Bickert, jun., and .Michael Eickirt, two brothers, > ged respectively about 18 and 16, were indicted on a change of killing, uu tlie 18th August, at Goomburra, four sheep and four iambs, And carryiitg'a...
THE FENIAN CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
THE FENIAN OONVIOT8. The final determination of the Govero mena to reprove the Fenian convict Burke gave all but universal satisfaction in Stag land. It is said tbat an opposite feeling pre vailed among the upper classes in Ireland, who naturally regard the Fenian conspiracy with more earnest alarm and indignation. Many of the arguments which were used I on the aide of mercy seemed to be suggested r»thcr by factious ill-humour than by a regard for the interests of the prisoner. The Ministers were fully justified in dis- j regarding the apologies for treason which i were deduced from the existence of tlie Irish Establishment, from the limited tenure of occupying farmers, and generally from the seven centuries of misrule which have been eloquently denounced since the days cf O'Cunnell. Kvery Government mn-t take itself fur granted, and puoiah forcible resistance to its authority as a l serious crime. The consciences of English men are free from the guilt of harshness or indifference t...
BORES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
BORES, Bores always takes something out of one. It may be difficult with scientific precision to say what, but that they take something is indisputable. Who has not felt a load suddenly lifted off his heart, generally accompanied by a long sigh of relief and followed by a strange sensation of lassitude, after the departure of an expert bore ? He has carried something away , from you which you cannot estimate, or define, or even name, but which yon are positively oertain bas left yon fainter, weaker, and less elastic tban before. It is not always because he has made yon talk; for a read ing bore-the kind which polls oat or takes op a book or a newspaper and insists, iucarnate fiend that he is, on reading long passages aloud to yon--will produce much the ssme effect, It is not produced by any physical exertion on your part, but is a spiritual or psychological abstraction which can be felt but not explained. Perhaps the variety who prodnoes this exhausting phenomenon in the most striki...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
IF this sbouM meet the eye of CHARLES ANDERSON, Esq., of Bushmills, Ireland* be is requusted to return home immediately, or else cominuiucato with bit friends qb eoon as possible, If any of JiU HCfluamtauees should flee this, tboy are requested to write. C20 TO LET, THE HOUSE and PKEMISES in tbe occn patiouof tlH! undersigned, to whom sjiply. 690 G. L. PRATTEN. TO LET, A THREE-BOOMED HOUbE in Guy-street. Apply to B. WHEELER, 616 Empoiium. Warwick Presbyterian Church. OWING to the temporary absence of the Itev. 0. M'Culloch. there will be HO SERVICE on Gnbbath, the 1st ul September, 1867. 640 NOTICE. I HAVE in mv possession a Brown HORSE, branded API) over P sear sbouldur, tbe same having strayed into my paddock. Any oue claiming the same can have bim by paving expenses. WILLIAM COLLINS. Warwick, August 20, 1867. ?41 £20 REWARD TO any persnn who will give information which will lead to the conviction of person or pereonH BREAKING DOWN FENCES on Farm at Sandy Creek, known as Fleming's...
BUSHRANG1NG ON THE BOEDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
BUSHBANG1NG ON THE BOEDER. Tbe Nawndera correspondent of tbe ] Pattoval Time* gives tbe following account j fit tbe doing* of the btshranjters in that looality :-r(jn Monday night, 6th August, Mr. Waller, one of tbe firm of Waller and Gorton, called on bis way to tbe Narpndera Polios Station, fie was proceeding thither to gira information of hie etation having been stuck op on tbe morning of the same day, by two armed and well mounted men, supposed to be " Bine Oap " and " Jack tbe Devil." Mr. Waller, upon leaving tbe borne*toad OD hie customary morning ride over the station, was met by tbe two men friluded to and immediately ordered to torn bia horse's bead and return to tha home stead, the order being enforced by a loaded revolver presented at a remarkably un pleasant distance of bis bead. Upon ar riving borne, Sir. Waller, being left alone with one-while tbeotber was reconnoilering tbo apartments-had a long conversation, the particulars of which I detail ss nearly pa possible fro...
Poetry. GOING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
GOING HOME. Where are you goiug mi fait, old man, Where are you going PO last t There's a valley to cross and a river to ford, There's a clasp of the hand and a parting word, And a tremendous fiigli for tliu past, old man, The beautiful vanished past. The road hat been rugged and ruugli. old man, To your feet it's ragged and rough, put you see a dear being with gentlo eyes Who shared in your labor and sacrifice ; Abl that has been sunshine enough, old man. For you and me, sunshine enough. How long since you're passed o'er the hill, old man, Of life, o'er the top of the hill? Were there beautiful valleys on the other side f Were then flowers and tree* with their branches wide, To shnt out the beat of the sun, old man, The beat of the terTid sun f AIM) bow did yon eroas the waves, old man, O, sorrow, the fearful waves ? J)id yon lay your dear treasures by, oue by sue With an aching heart aud " God's will be done?" Under the wayside dust, old man, la the grave 'neath the wayside dust ?...
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. The Court resumed at ten o'clock. C. CLARK AND CO. V. E. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
WEDNESDAY, AUOOCT 28. ' The Court resumed at tou o'clock.' C« CLAUK AMD CO. V. B. UABtnCMir. This cans caina on for healing (lie previous day. and wa* adjourned untij this moraine Mr. Fuller, for the plaiutlff, stated that arrangements had bMn madeto take judgment by consent fur the fall amount, execution to be stayed until next Court, in order to give dolen dant au opportunity to move for a new trial. . . ?VBNOBN V. T, W. RB&DPOBDi This case urn* adjpnraeil from tbe previous day until Thursday, but Mr.Conquest.oil behalf of the plaintiff, informed bis Honor that the psr:ie« had coma to a rettleinent, the defendant consenting to &lt; verdict for the fall amount. £132 10a., and £513s. id costs. e«cu«M Cbe stayed until the 1th October next. Mr. Adden brooke far defendant. v. i. i. KurosroBo. .this *a« also an adjourned case from the £.r'7!"£Hi v* a.n. " d'!,ilar arrangement wae nude between the parties os in the previous 5* IT' Ve, d.ct for the plaintiff £182 H),., Kj,...
MELBOURNE. August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
MELBOURNE. A ueiiat 23. I The Ministry hare tendered their resig nation to His Excellency. The Legislative (Vrancil has addressed the Governor, giving reastns for its refusal to pass the Appropriation Bill, and stat ing that the Kraut to Lady Darling is the main cause of the course adopted by tlietn. Bis Excellency has requested Mr. Fellows to form a Ministry, and be and Mr. M'Mabon are trying to do so. August 24. No Ministry has yet been formed. Fartyreipbt members of the Assembly hareprtimised to support Mr. M'Cullocb. August 27. The political crisis still continues. At an influential public meeting held yesterday it was resolved to support Mr. M'Cullocb, wIIOBB return to office is be lieved to be certain. The steamer Lady Darling has been buraed at Echuca. Mr. FitEgerald, member for the Ken nedy, addressed a crowded meeting of ti e ^owmpeuplu.
CIRCULAR TO LAND AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
CIRCULAR TO LAND AGENTS. The Snrreyor-Qeneral has issued ibe following additional instructions to Government land agents: A considerable ana of land in the Dar ling Downa district which has been sur veyed for sale 1^ auction and lea Be under the Leasing Act w ordinary country lands, -having been included within the Darling Downa Agricultural Reserve, by lbe proclamation of the 20th April, 1867, end as these allotments are generally of a tire untnited for proclamation as sur veyed lota under the provisions of the Agricultural Reserves Act, it has been deemed expedient, pending the aubdiviaion into more convenient portions, to throw the land open to selection as unsurveyed ||l>nd^ under tthe provisions of the Agri cultural Reserves Act and the Leasing Act. It is, however, desirable that the sur veys already effected should be made available when practicable, -and as an en couragement to selectors to adopt the lines already marlred, the charge for sur vey is to be reduced to one-hal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. Horwitz & Co., HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitant* ot Warwick and ita vicinity of . their additional supply of WINTER GOODS, Which they are prepared to Sell CHEAPER THAN EVER, confuting of PRINTS CALICOES WOOL PLAIDS DAMASK, VELVET, & CLOTH TABLE COVERS, &c., &c" fee 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. ©&lt;y)(R IS WELL EEPEESENTED. TobaceoS Tobacco! THE ONLY GENUINE BARRETT'S TWIST TOBACCO ON THE TOWN. A SA&8&&lt;»4SL 0>!? Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Kerosene, &c., &c. WINES AND SPIRITS. mm &w& wmwmm OF THE BEST BBANDS. GREAT REDUCTION IN FLOUR!!! £Y 18s. per Bag. BEST ADELAIDE FLOUR HART'S BRAND, @N MAN®. AN EARLY CALL IS SOLICITED. Wit (jtajwst gtafc in ®mra to MCOB HORWITZ * CO S OOMRfflEftGBAIL 562 WARWICK. 70781 707811 707811...
BOWEN. August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
BOWE». August 26. | The gold (tscprt arrived this morning from the Cape River diggings, bringing 800 om.of gold. She report that there are 250 dig* gars on the ground, who all express them selves well'satisfied with their present jrospectB,,;:,' Batjgnsare moderately well supplied, tools are' eforce, and water is very scarce. No,f>eroon should go without funds sufficient to beep hi«n for two or three months, when the rainy season will have arrived. A hone track from here, which will be about 100 miles in length, is being opened. It is anticipated that the Oa;.e Biver will turn out to be the richest gold-field in the colony. A public dinner is to be given to the wcort to-morrow.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
FEAUFOL TRAGEDY NEAR HAMBURG. The Hamburg Newt relates a terrible tragedy, but which is scarcely to be credited from its atrocity. In tbe course of last summer a whole family narneil Timm-Tode, residing in the ncighbourhund of that city, was murdered, and the only member who survived-one of the sons-was arrested on suspicion, No conclusive evidence was found against him, bat be was kept in con finement, and has at length confessed. lie states that Uc planned the affair solely to become the heir to the whole property and describes his proceedings tbuB: On the day be had fixed upon, ull the family but the servant were out, tint towards evening one of his brothers returned fatigued with bis day's work, and, lying down iu the stable, went to aleep. The assailant killed him with a blow of an axe, and concealed his body under some straw. Shortly after, all the family returned, and went to bed. Waiting till they were all asleep, the mur derer returned to tbe stable, and making a noise as i...
SYDNEY. August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867
SYDNEY. j August 23. The Assembly is discussing the Trien nial Parliaments Bill. August 24. The Bombav took forty-tbree thousand sovereigns and seven thousand seven hun dred ounces of gold. The Ohampion Boat Jiace came off to day, and caused great excitement. The Spectators filled twelve steamers. Green led for about one hundred yards; Hiekey then passed him, and won by four bandied yar Jb. The nee was pulled in 21 minutes and 62 seconds. August 26. Mr. Clarke, the accountant at the Government printing-office, is missing, and is supposed to have committed suicide. The war steamer Falcon reports having destroyed several native villages on Hin chinbrook Island, as a punishment for piracies committed by the natives. August 27. It is reported that Richard Green, the puller, » seriously ill, in consequence of over-excitement. - Zn the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Garrett's motitn for the reper.1 of the Newspaper Postage Act hns been post poned for a montbi The prospectus*of -ibe JBrated Ere...