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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867

TO sri}SCRj]u:7?s and advkii risEits. We beg to state that our Accounts fbr the quarter ending HOtu June lout are note in course of delivery, mid we hope they will be settled mthout the least delay. Those in arrears will lindly oblige its by a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to them. JsP This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, we trust our . friends mil acknowledge the fact by send ing remittances.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867

WARWICK ARGUS AM> TENTERFIELD CHEONICLE 18 published erery Tuesday and Friday mornings, and forwarded to all parts of the Atutrailn colonies. - TEBUS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Quailerly (ID alfamej 8«. Ditto (credit) 10a. Orders unaccompanied by prepayment will re ceive no attention. Quartern terminate Slat March, 80th Jane, £0tb September, And Slat December. Subscriber* wishing to withdraw their namea liom tho lint will be required to forward their jesignation (together witli all arrears) direct to rfhn office at least fourteen clear daps before the Aspiration of each quarter. TEEMS FOB ADVERTISING^ Two lines , 1 41 Four lines 2 0 Six lines t 0 $ight lines 4 0 . Every additional Ave Mnea, or under 1 0 Large and displayed advertisements as per Agreement. A liberal discount allowed on advertisement! .oidered for more tbsn six consecutive insertions. tlirtbs, DMriafai, ar deaths, ts. eicb inser tion. I n the absenoa or written instructions to the contrary, advertisements will be inserted un...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Ang.27 28| Tiies. Wed. |Tliuri.| Friday Sat. |8UN. Men. , JMoon'a Age

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. (Before His Honor Judge Sheppard.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867

METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. (Before His Honor Judge Sheppard.) The Court resumed this morning at 10 o'clock, when the prisoners tried on tbo previous day were brought up, aud re ceived the following sentences respec tively : J:tmcB Cliff, who pleaded guilty of lar ceny at A Mora-two years' hard labour iu Brisbane Gaol. A ndrew liickei t, sen . found guilty of re- ! ceiving a quantity of mutton, knowiug it In have beeu stolen-four years' penal servitude Andrew Rickert, jun., who pleaded guilty to sheep-stealing-two years' im prisonment, with bard labour, in Brisbane Gaol. ] Michael Bickert, who pleaded guilty to the sane offence-one year's imprison- | ment, with hard labour, in Brisbane Gaol. This concluded the business of the Court in its criminal jurisdiction, and his Honor immediately proceeded with the CIVIL BUSINESS. The following undefended cases were first disposed of: R. A. COWTON v. A. MALLALIEU. This was an action for wages due to the plaintiff by defen...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ASHFORD. FROM OUR OWN CORRESSPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 August 1867

ASHFORD. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Since the 7th instant, rain fell in this locality on six successive days. It was not continuous, but came on in showers, and generally accompanied by heavy thunder storms. The temperature through out was mild, both during the day and at night. The weather cleared up on Thurs- day afternoon, there being a strong south westerly breeze blowing. Since then we   have had a light froasts in the morning. The Severn River rose rapidly on Wed- nesday morning, and has not since been   fordable on horseback, but it is now falling. The rise in this river is generally caused by the rain falls in the higher districts of New England, and is very little affected by local rain. Mr. Greenway, the episcopal cleryman of this district, paid us a visit last week, and preached in the Court House in the evening, but there being a very short notice of his arrival, and the service being after dark, the congregation was but small; he also visited,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

^seeffawotts. WlJAT W0EK.1NG MEK MAT BBOOMS.- I [t iii not given to ail to be masters of song, I liku Burns; of art, like Paliny or Gibson ; of engineering skill, like Stepheuson; of critical acuoieo, like Gifford; or of ahstraot science, like Ferguson or the elder Hersehetl; yet these, at Erst, were all poor or working men, who gained their education by their own efforts-who did battle with pinching poverty,lack of educational means, prejudice of class, and all those lions which stand in the war of men of weaker mould, who "let I dare not, wait upon I would." All cannot be field-marshals in tbe army of life ; but somewhat lower, yet very honorable grades, have been attained by men once in the ranks, who, while never for a moment des pising tbe labour by which they gained honest bread, were not deposed to think that working, eating, and sleeping are all that id worth living Tor, Their daily labour honestly and intelligently performed, they felt tbemiielves to be free eiiiuns &am...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AFFECTING DEMONSTRATION. (From the New York Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

AFFECTING DEMONSTRATION. (Fran Ih Ntw Fork Kwi.) Richmond, Ut; 81, 1867.-We have j ait retoraed from wltnaiting tlie outpouring tif the inbabitente of * city of «ome 60,000 eoule to ornament "with flower*, garleuds, and wreath*, the grave* of 6000 Con federate aoldiefa, wbleb cover Mnial acre* ot (be largest and moat' beautiful of the cemetene* Mar tbii iity. Daring the four year* of lb* war, not only »er» nan/ great battle* fon^bl t few m|)ea frotu ftiobaiond, . but her* tbeprioeipal b'fpitala of the Con federaoy were located, nil not l«M than 15,000 Confederate aoldier* were redely auu haaiily buried In the cemeteries near the city. When the war ended, it ia im jHwaible to conceive of anything mora re polaive and bfdeooa than were tbeae field* of hnmble urate*. They were unmarked, atinken, and utterly neglected. Denied a place iu tha balipual cemeteries, the bone* ol theie nnlortutale braves were sometimes uncovered and exposed to view. The ciiiseus of Biebaood were wttbdat mean* ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FEARFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT BETWEEN BOMBAY AND BHOSAWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

BHOSAWAL. Early on Wednesday, June 26th,'one of the moat appalling accidentawhich ip has ever been th* "fate/<>F jonrhaiuta jn< India to nlitei maaim w tbe!G.l.P. Railway, to the passenger train which left Bhoaawal (275 miles from BombiTy)^ for Kundwab, auon after 2 a.m The train consisted of tbe usnal Ant/ WG(liJfl,'| and third-class carriage!, and had an ordi nary complement of rfto^gera.t^IfclMfc Bhoaawal about the right time, and pro ceeded aaftly on ite iounpeyuptil WCMng the a^/W^rder>T\^/ WicE< cranes the Suttee -river, about twelve milea from Bhoaawal. Here the "engine"] juat a* it touched tbe bridge was fruwltoJ give a auddeti lulAi ciie^^dk 4b| \f bap in the aiiy «jMp gqpjtjkie§iS coupling* betwwfci engine and lender mapper and; behind «,*e down throMk%ljih*i[main flrtfrtitie, "rfght1 into the MS pf the stream. The night was dark and »tormy, and a heavy which had oonlinued all through the night from an early hour tbe ftwinp evening, k...

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FRIDAY, AUGUST (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

-f-Mie ulfolMClnijpMratt.) DnU ll'IglMb appeared on a charge or cat- ) ting dotfp and wilfully dettrorlgg fiidSffttf telegraph poita between Qlengaftaa lU&lim/ The defendant, through bu attorney (Mr. Fuller), pleadadgniltf-to tbe damage-done, but aubmltted that It yuMU|^feU(a|lj(i Kfctf explanation gi»«n w»i that defendant m, w>>t,<*blch beermeUaimfi belmeb/nba ofihm wheel* AH tbirW3|(' tf the dr»V. Ybs otter wheel wai learned acalut a MbM andlha, could not cxtrioate {MrUjfoMaMitg dufrSlfctf < poet. TUe wire wae toot broken, neither wni the communication Inierruptc^uJUfeiJtaUaaa thought that the It* would be perfectly eatia fled if defendant paid tor tbe damage lie bad » don*. Ufa Woisblp an id that tbe effeMMn** aerlaut one, but be *u inoliaed to ascent the «x{.UqalioBCiTUi M a truthful on«,Md loJUctMl, a tumtaVy fehUtfet b Ucoflt, uu pay forjheorectkili-vf . »«m,p©it. furtUerrttharlud that If any ottier-tuiie tame betbr* mm where it could be pro...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DISGRACEFUL SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

DISGRACEFUL SKNTKNOK. He Mai"* of panii-hmem e**He.rt f>r Isw is ahamefalty il'-e^uls erf, and arils loudly for reform. The wurl l is perlertly pn> tared iritli t,:e caionnr nt «fu i >i» phiien throphy that in annually «|»orH"l in pulilic, and which >rim« nlvavs in he confined to ?neb objeota as will gix niwt publicity to the act. We cann.it understand, when .neb a ditbulii-al oaae m the one we append comei under ihe D tV "f oar Rioter Hull friendt, tliet tln*y d< n'l rash in . body tn the Home of Parliament, and insist npnn .neb lam being fromi-d as would <»ete nut something like justice. Tliey twe.ldle .boat Asheotee a«d Timbuctoo Missions, and pass over such ea*ee at the fnllowio , which ii only one of the thousand that oeeasiivnaiijr crop up in police office evi dense. The Qetlong Advertiter report) tbat "A fanner named Younger and his wife were chnrged at the Lilyvale Polioe Conrt before Mr Panton, P.M., with brutally ill-using a girl named Ann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

'? ThB C<JkXBIBUTI01T OF THE DARLING Dowkb xg_ ?bs_£ublic Revenue.-A return tiu been laid before tbe Legislative ibly dMv«tbsl'Me««9^Mesion lusted rdWsue^tioM eJ8i ^Sistfict.'' >tal amounts, irrespective of the collections ji the aeat of government and ?' jMrf, ©74,672 12s. Id. The 'contnbution of Darling Down# was fat in fipgy of ao« other (distfivt. m will be Jteennta IhSiAMiKi^ figdrts, iu which ...the odd shilling? Downs', ?p-wid peo#4 lire omitted. '"*9,822; Bast and West l; JMewmi, i w6; PurtTtlurtie, 16,484; y,£B18^&E;' Bdruett, South Kennedy, £11,000; ill' f |||l,l?l | ."p-1- Bay,£S,940; "Mitchell, £4,052; Burke, £3,583 j Cook, £9& : / I . _ I /ith'tiitt.riw Wool.-The imports of corresponding period «tj l966a.Md>; 11^86,398 lbs. ju the cor responding period of 1666 Tbe deliveries ofirtri-th -* bare also consider ably increased this year.-Moraarit Tr<$e g^^ar/grJwv.^ rf. % : - WANTED, » THOROUGH HOUSE end FABLOTJB Xi MAID. Must unde...

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THE PARIS EXHIBITION. DEVICE AGAINST THE TRANSPER OF TICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

THE PARIS EXHIBITION. DEVICE A.GAXNST THE T&ftVftFfcft OF TICKETS* Englishmen who propbio to Come to Paris in tli4 eatatn^- holidays niust re-, \ membor to bring tlteir photographs with j them. This is the last new ipveotion of the French to. aeoni* that mason-tickets ?hall not he {transferred. - There are three , classes of season-tickete. Fjrst of alltbere ! are the -ticket^ of ekhibiton and their agents. Hitlierto there has been no j photographs attached to these, but there ! ib an intimation inthe JftxMteur that the; photographers of the Exhibition are now ready to give thq.finishing touch to them j by affixing to tbppi tiig likenesses of-their ] possessors. Tfeit there are tickets for I visitors which admit to tbrtfxbibition at i ?11 limes, from the 1>eginaiog fa the end of it. These have ;». portrait of the .; ovjjier, a'.fytlp, jigger.than *. ^oetagB.? ? dtifmp, gu&iraa.upouitbem. Lastly, there : are luo weekly tickets, audit is in .these ! that our English...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) SYDNEY. August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Airiigeifrom Iht Briibant daily faptn.) 6YDNT5*; August 28. The Government i tend to ask the As sembly, on Wednesday nest, to grant per mission to jssue debentures to the amount of three (nilliorts fi">t rall&ay extension. " The Civil Service intend adopting a uniform. Nothing has yet been heard of Clarke the missing accountant from the Govern-' ment Printing Office, The pnJice dis believe the reports respecting hie suicide. Dick Green is dangerously ill j two doctors report that he has taken poison. August 20. I The Assembly ban passed: the Volun- j teer Bill, and now the second reading of I y steamers nave' o'eeiV Government to escort the Galatea into the harbour on the arrival of H.li.lL Prince Alfred. Auckland papers report favourably of j the new diggings near that city. i At tbe weekly wool sales the biddings were brisker, and prices were .firmer. I

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting oftinW?! body was held iu the Council ChambersT"] on Thursday afternoon last. The mem-f'j bers present were-Hi* Worehip'HIjfr ] Mayor, Aldermen Brown, Crorafaie, Mor- I gan, Affleck, Bugden, Ross, and Evetiden. ! MCNITTE8. I The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. j CORRESPONDENCE. £, A ? A letter was read fifom Mr. T. venport asking the Council to erect two f>osts at the corner of Fitzray and Want ey streets, for the purpose irf jlHBlHLLljiug the fence surrounding his property, as vehicles were in the habit of- runnjaf/ against the corner of hiB fence and break-1 ing it down. " , . On the motion of Alderman Rosa, se conded by Alderman BROWN, the letter was referred to the Improvement Ootn- 1 mittce. , A letter was also real from the "Depart ment of Public Works, in answer to eo- . qui l ies made through the Mayor, stating that there was no objection to the dis- - posal of eight iron straining pillars f...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SINGULAR CASE OF CHILD ADOPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

8IN0tfL'ifi 'OA'f&i'ofr CHILD . XpOWION. At the end of hurt month as advertlse .mant appeared rvfening to the disap pearance £rom,£he«ty/flf;n young woman resembling tradesman's wife. Tbe mining lady -wa» described as abbot twedty-foQr Te*r«< of age, In rather detioate health, and tbe solicitude as to her whereabouts tow tfiplainedby the Uot that . few days before ebe was saidio hare obtained roeiit eMtbaitr; the a^un is nQv^peflii^ttiietaaetealf /supplied. Fot rtrrJoui reasons, we only B'f initiajs indetailtfcg the circumstances of tbe case. We lean then,that Mr. D-, a young married man, residing in , ®kll8?Jw! fovn time ago left a von. cnderabl# earn tof toohfcy*bfi|ii» brother who lived abroad, and that, in common with other beneficing; he reoeived £JLOO{) on account, jfettfiiBtf the final eettleipent of the e»tate. ®>e document representing this ijnount wm dBir^^i'y by torn, , deposit receipt «u kept at home in what be doubtless ^fui&eB a «Mt £>&...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TENTERFIELD. (From the Grafton Observer's Correspondent,) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

TBNTEBFIELD. | (Frcm the Qrafton Observer § Correspondent,) | Dr. Brulin, thj disepwtrer -tha-firat gold field in ''Victoria,2 and who'con etquently was rewarded -for it by the Government of that colony, baa-recently made gtologiopi excursions abound Ten terflelo, to ascertain the presence ctf valuable minerals in our- mountains. He delivered a lecture on thafcsubject in our Court-house, and I only lament to e&y that the inclemency of the weather pre-1 vented the appearance of bb large an , audience as was expected. The lecturer . gave a description of the; main ranges ef Australia, and explained the ranges and rocks-of the Ubleland of New England. He described the granite, its composition," (Varieties, and qualities, around Tenter jt^ld. He then pointed out the transition of'the granite of the colony1 into gneiss, mica, echiat, and clay-s'.ate, and the 1 superiority of the latter formation in' con taining gold. The sort of .granitet in wfiich gold is principally to be met w...

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

WARWICK PO£lcl~ COUfiT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27: (Before the Police Magistrate.) i John M'Bay, aKal M'KayrWp brougjtoij'j in cuatody by John White, MKmpfetof awt l ?t Inglewooi, on aoaplcian orwtnf ftie |M| who committed i mail robbery under arms be tween Moiwellbrook andfjingletea. New Sooth Walea. Description! of the robber were pub Untied in (be New Snath Walea and Queensland Alice OateUtt, on cnpulDtlhe prisoner with which his Worship atated iliere wpa qottbe slightest reaeBjblwfce of thtpriloner ! to Me description. tad bs WMacaorQMi dischttf*! Williaw'lt'Oearjrf^eaded-Bat flinty tocom Initttng abaaiuiH upon Patrick Lenehsn, wbilat in the performance of Ui duty as bailiff. The oompliitiaht wanted to' aeis*" enuji bu1lo"ke belonging to tbe defendant, when the latter prevented him by taking bold of him and nearly polling bim off bis borae. Complainant also, atatcd that defendant took up . atone and fol lowed bim. William Kelly, a witneaa Jwbb ml| | prcaent, at*tad that he did not fee ...

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Local Intellingence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

:¥hk weather, although it threat^d riln I Jp»sterday morning, (till continues p^ffokiu^i ^ drv. and the farmers ate Consequently tstw. spirit*. Last night ever; prospect of r»in vanished, the iky being perfectly cloudless. THE English mail, via Panama, haa not jet been aigkttt. , THE njfofcl WOntliljj^Petty Debts Court will be held flfn mSrriiiig.' ' | Tbe four prisoners who were sentsnoed at ! ..the jj[atfl|fl Com-Juld- JlMe iast week, wart-, by the coaob yesterday morning, en route for Brisbane Gaol. ST. MASK'S Chobch.-A meeting ot the Building Committee connected vjth thb JiiHUflfc-i "w»a*Kefd in tlie'scbooiroom on laat Thursday l ni"ty~;tfce Vep. Archdeacon <l)ennie in. *he; cbair. '^fhe members present were-M?s«rs. , O audO. Oiark, O, F. Oamming. W. B/Brarn, \ W. Uprcadborou^h, J. li. R«l, Wi Hunts, D,f Bagden, and - Oabl*. The baaraeas' Of the meeting 'was to consider theton^erswbieh hud been sent (nfortie erection of the Pew ohorch.. Altai tome .ducQultin, Mr. Brow...

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MELBOURNE. August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

MELBOURNE. August 29. j | The Hon. T. H. Fellowee harwg failed in forming a Ministry, proposes referring J | the dispute of the Appropriation Bill to tfee Home Government. Mr. M'CuIloch declines ' other reference than the As- , eembly. He intends Aikiflg A, Mite of i hall' a million to pay. wlarieB, and then to prorogue, (be House to meet- again in a few days, and send op the Appropriation Bill as before.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. Iior>vit/, & Co*, HAVE much pleaanra in informing the inhabitant* ot Warwick and ita vicinity of t^eir additional anpply of - WIl>TBRGOODS, Which thejr are prepared to Sell CHEAPER TELAN B7£H, conawting of PRINTS CALICOES WOOL PLAIDS DAMASK, VELVET, & QL(#H TABLE COVERS, &c., &c" &c DEPARTMENT: 20 Trunks of LADIES' BOOTS 10 do: CHILDBED'S DO. The largest assortment pf WELLINGTON and BUTCHER BOOTS ever known in Warwick. , ? , "ni .MHr.l!!-.' ' i ' IS WBLL BBPBBSENTBD. Tobacco! Tobacco! THE ONLY GENUINE . BARBETrS TWIST TOBACC) OIM THK Tr@WINI, Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Kerosene, &c., &c. WINES AND SRMiTS, 4\v /> OF THE BBST BRANDS. GREAT REDUCTION IN £1 l§s. per BEST ADELAIDE FLOUR HART'S BRAND, AN EARLY CALL IS SOLICITED, ike ©baptist pause in ®wra ,i» JACOB H0RWITZ & CO. S WABWIOK. HA&VEY'ft.. BAKK AIID 8AE8APABBM PILLS FOB 8TBENGTHENINO THE OONBTITt TION,... PURIFYING THE BLOOD,...

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