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THE ROSEWOOD DIGGINGS. (From Correspondent of the Northern Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

P TO& E^BWOOD DIGGINGS. I {From i^Sorrq^fidtnt of the Northern Arpv*.} Our to wa it** be«n quite enlivened by ^tjte^rtjgnmeal entertainment given bv "ileaBrg/fece and partr, in their new hail built expressly for tfie purpose. Both vocal and instrumental performances went off well, and gave great satisfaction. Mr Halligaa bought a fine lot of gold to-day, one of the nuggets weighing 31 oza. 1 dwt., sold by Nr. Cusack; also one 14 oei. 11 dwta. We have bad some very fine nuggets from the twenty-fire feet sinkingT trialn creek, of from 3 ozs. to 4 oas. each, besides some very fine gold; ? Thi»e'#mkiqj* are at the west end of the township. These deep ainltingywith ths snows that has so far attended them, go a great way to establish L this place as a permanent gold-field, in frata i wdett to wafelTySl^JS^fh^' oppor tunity of both seeing and handling, and from tbi gotOP ^and so near the ^uiiice-}rtiipU pr.'Vps, i beyond all ffiufet jroi^Madl'Pg, machines "will ultimately pay well....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

AliUlVU. AND DEPAUTl'llK OF ARRIV&1% g h*m Maryland, every TAdfif, At ant) every Saturday <»tp.m. ^ ? M Britbant and JpimcM, via Braffton, iy Oobb't coacltei. every Tuesday, Thvrt*. day, and Saturday, at 8 p.m. " Leyburn, via T'hi f I 'iyyingi,every Wed nesday, at noon, PKFARTVRBS. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.m., and tvery Thurtday, at 4 p.m. Brilbamand Ipmith, via Or Milton, every Monday. Wtdnetday, oi tnday, by Cobb't coachei, a( 6.30 a.m. . Wtmaith In lnyhvra. Jiing^X'^riJoikAi * . m KB,~ Litlert mutt be/otted »t the Country Officii half tn hour pr<t»'ou» fcj tht time filed tor the deipateh of tnaill, but latt letleri will bt received t<f within a quarter o f an hour, ufgn.a " fee cfiitUpenny tlanp~litiig affixed to eaeh letter. JftKtpapirt a[t rtfuirti te be fetid cut hour be/ore tie time appointed for cloiing tht mailt. Tke &nglitktmdil cjoici an.or abovt tht 17th of every mcnt/t. p1ll/ , .

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

THE WARWICK ARGDS A» TENT1KFIEU) CHRONICLE A oitniUn ettoariea. _ j TBBMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. t-' f omtfi#lint wUl !>. famb* r^.assSS'ssi'iSs^ ?iplratUa rf-«hg«rt». ?'? TKBM^ TOB iWlWODtO Tvoiun J 5 Four lino* I J» Sis lines J 5 Eiihtlian...* 0 Ktot additional #»* Ufl* 41 ( Uugatafl V* ^Otoarid diaoosnt flowed OB adwtUernenta eotin' iioM^te^^^WVtellielken.MbiSiy lil att«maoaE^»n< o*m to t>* or .ItontiM «T .tfwfeamato, nwaj ha .?» .!. bf now o& Saturday* »nj WW^glej*. ' * 1 VMtfk F»(ri«jor. JOB PRUSTIN6. THE Proprietor of to *nnonno» tow* re*IS«nU of tbe ilitript that he ll Wttwfc' .vaqr dMertpUm tif 1 With neaUeia ant *wp«ih;ht moderate pdcaa ' vie i CABDB, CJLtAlOQVXS, PlMCUidBM. HANDBILLS, I ,*BKLS,BB01EIB®* DKUTWtT BOOKS oamua BOOB9BL jBIHMt Of mil **M. '' toe- tax, *«. Bwikofsltow Jtavth ,' WalMt < W^lWtCI. rOHIB BBAhOHM MMAifcr «1m -tnaMrtla* A of i^ua^iknk«aX»osi»eee. ^ Drafta teased oalts BraMhtt .#« A|e®BJ*f ttiromhwottfcs Australian Colooife...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

THE 'cfr$o'mci'k YtW TUisWf.'SEt1iEM1BEn'3, 1867. ' AT the present uppfewnoat in th^'-mlnd^-oF W?® SpuWic w-tbelatslj' proclaimed advtMtgit MfereS'fofJhliiig up land by free eeleetioiibfefore survey on any portioi of ^llie" tterling Downs Agri cultural $esprvef out including, of course, the surveyed lauds op the local Agricul tural Besei-res, which muet be selected in a different ^ form.. ^hja portion of the Darling Downs' pill no doubt take the lead rt'fiJifi fBg&ir&e thb'^uiantity of land' taken up undfir the' conditions provided, 1 on account'of the fertility of. the soil, and also tyt^apop ipfiuoemente and j facilities offered to speculators and capitalists to take pgseeuiou of the land j for erasing' ptarpwfea 'and speculative ?ggiainiiBPfflcnr.- ir, -a Birerfwrne ago, when thej3^ of purchase by preemption was on tbe ey»..of becoming-defunct, the aqualteraof ,U(e surroupding j districts showed themselves eager to alienate as much as they could at £1 per .ere cos...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 September 1867

TO SUBSCIilBKRS AND ADVER iu Vy We hegio Pur. pdccounli for the i quarter ending SOW June lost are now in cturse of deliver}/, and tee hope they trill be fttthi uithont the leart delay. Tliote in arreart will-kindly oblige ut by a prompt teHhment, at our requirements , fZ^t. ptifiein^tht proper time for, payment j of tvljf^ptf^ ifii.cdvance, tpe trust our friends itiU acknowledge the fact ly tend- | inf remitta*oei. j

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE OF THE ADMINISTRATORS OF THE LAW IN LEYBURN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE OF THE ADMINISTRATORS OF THE LAW IN LEYBUHN. (fBOM OUtt OWN OOBEEBPONDENT.) About a month s_o I bad occasion to make some comments in the columns of your journal on the delusiim still in exis tence here among some of o t officials in reference to the latitude allowed the administrators of the law in the bush, and nt a risk ot| bein^ thought obnoxious and distasteful-~s all I presume r-o who have suiEoient moral cojrage to proclaim to the world tlio despotic and tyrannical injustice so often made manifest-procesd to take a longitudinal view of the exten sive powers assumed by those gentlemen, and the baneful effects of those ill-acquired powers on society at large. The incidents of tte er e I am again about to refer to arc of such recent date, and, I imagine, so fresh in the minds of your numerous readers, as to be unnecessary for me to enter into a detailed account of this now notorious case. On the 16th of June Ust, it will be remembered that one Jolm M'Bae w...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A NIGHT IN A CHEAP MELBOURNE LODGING HOUS[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

A NIGHT IN A CHEAP MEL BOURNE LODGING HOUSw. I liad been wandering all day in a fruitless search for employment. I was weary and hungry, for I had not tested food from the night before. The evening wig cold and wet. The atmosphere was murky. The gutters were overflown, and the troitoirs greasy. Everything bore a cheerlesB aspect, and even thejSHe de joie, in Iter tawdry vesture, bad thrown off her a'sained merriment. Up and down Bourke eireet in vain have I looked for a friend. I have only sixpence in my pocket, the last that I possess, and an inward straggls is going on as to whether it is to be devoted to the interest of my craving stomach, or of my weary head. Temptation is strong within me as t read the eBticing bills of fare in the tempting window* of the res taurants. ' But then I look tip at the dark lowering sky ; I wrap my thin coat round my perished body, and hunger is con qjgred. Better a hungry stomach, than the key of the street on neb ft nigbt as this. i , . I I tut tt...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS [?]T. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. (Before C. Clark, E[?]., J.P., and W. Thompson, E[?]., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

I WARWICK PETTY DEBTS OOUHT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMHEH S. (Before C. Clark, Eq., J.P., a-<d W. Thompson, E-q., J.P.) The followineksases were heawl at this Court on Tuesday last : Mitchell v. Hall.-Sammons not cei red. Same v. Horsman.-No appearance of "MR. BusaeU-No apporrance of either party. ? " S. Marshal v. T. Maoton.-Mr. Oxen ba» for the defendant. This was a claim for £2 10s., half the cos! of a dividing fence. It appeared that the parties owned some pvoper jy which adjoined, and the plaintiff t erred defendant with a notice ihat he was c°in8 to erect a fence, and that he would have to pay half the cost. Plaintiff swore that he told defendant that it wrs to be a two-rail fence, and the latter agreed to it. This was corroborated by a witness. Defendant aaid he never told tlie plaintiff thst he would pay for half the fencc, but that if be had erected a substantial paling fence he would have paid his shave, verdict for the plaintiff, with costs. Mitchell v. Horrigan.-The pla...

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THE MANUFACTURE OF HUSBANDS. (From the Imperial [?].) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

> THE MANUFAOTUttli 01? HUS BANDS. (From tht Imperial He vie m.) A beloved Sovereign ban provided a Hyde l'urk sud ilie Hour; a generous nation bus supplied tiie Horticultural (jar dens; Mid an emulous community has pre pared a nightly succession of lulls, aoitueB, conoerts,and suoh-like convenient festivities, .II of wbicb corapire towards the realisa tion of tbe great oeutral idea of life-tbe procuring suitable males for tbe fledglings of tbe year. Everybody eud everything assist everybody and everything else. We visit and are visited in return. The viuour ot all allows no one's ardonr to slacken. A town life, in full swing, resembles a country dance; we are always mooting eaeb otber again. No time for " cooling down" now. To-uigbt, an hour in ss opera-box, and a aoupte of hours more at somebody's assembly. To-morrow, at noon, nods and glanees, trim riding-habits, and provokiugly sadden good-byes in tbe park. Towards Gre o'olook, aalntatioDs in Bood street, from the exciting di...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

bo admissible >. evidence . gain it himself, must be ;.ee and voluntary-that is, u.ust not be extracted by any »ort of threat or violence, nor obtained by any 4Urcctorimpliod promises. It U adv. 6r.ble, ia the cato of a prisoser mak ing any nt'tement or confession, that the con. etables present ahould fix in their ammoriws any convera .tion immediately preoeding, so as to be able to prove it in couneclion with the detailed confession." Ewuidm.-In our report of a police caie published last Issue, the name of David M'Intosh appeared instead of DonaM Mackin tosb. As there is a gentle J>aa of the former nem* residing in tbe town, wo deem it neces sary to make the correction. Govbbhhekt Bavisas Bakk.-The following is the retnrn of operations for the month of ' August 1C67: New aconuut^opened .. 287 Accounts re-opened 34 Accounts closed .. .. Igg Increase in number of aooounte , 138 Number of deposits .. ... gfii Number of withdrawals.. . 401 Number of operations 1205 Total earn dep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. Horwitz & Co., HA VE much pleasure in informing the inhabitanta at Warwick and ita vicinity of their additional supply of WINTER GOODS, Which they are prepared to Sell OHEAJPER THAN EVEB, ooui listing of PRINTS CALICOES WOOL PLAIDS DAMASK, VELVET, & CLOTH TABLE COVERS.&C., tco., ito BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT: 20 Trunks of LADIES' BOOTS 10 do. CHILDREN'S DO. The latest assortment of WELLINGTON and BLUCHBR BOOTS ever known in Warwick. 18 WELL BEPEE8BNTED. Tobacco!Tobacco! THE ONLY GENUINE BARRETT'S TWIST TOBACCO DM THE TOWM. Groceries, Oilmen's Stores, Kerosene, WINES MID SPIRITS OF THE BEST BBAND8. CIEIT REBUCTIOH III PM1IB!: J £1 18s. per la|. BEST A0EL1ID1! FLOUR HART'S BRAND, AN EARLY CALL IS SOLICITED. Wkt QkttyifA §fme in itf JACOB HORWITZ » C0.S 662 WABWIOE. BABE AND SA&SAPAEXLLA PILLS FOB BTBENGTHENINH TUB CON8TITI TION, PURIFYING THE BLOOD, roB THB «OM or MtJK, &«, 1>HEBK Filli an ao prepared u to coBtala al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We leg to state that our Accountt for the Quarter ending 30th June hut ere now in course of delivery, sutd u>e hope they mil It settled without the least delay. Thoee in arrears -will kindly oblige us ly a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to them. <Sp"* 7%is being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, ice trust our friends will acknowledge the fact by send ing remittances.

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[?], [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

imtlhwm, OoNTBADioroBY.-It may seem strange, bat it is a fact well known to those who Lave bat a slight superficial acquaintance with soienoe, that if yon keep a Ore thoroughly coaled you will probably keep yourself thoroughly warm. The Osar, during his stay In Paris, was imperial in bis munifioenee. He spent io presents £200,000. The Ozarewitch got through £40,000 on bis own account. The King of Prussia, true to tbe character for thriftinees to which Mr. Carlyle attributes the suooess of bis bouse, spent but £6,000, and the Crown Prince £1,600, which bis royal father presented him witb as pocket money. The students of the Quartier Latin, Paris, have put their threat into execution, and have published List No. 1 of the hotels where the charges have been raised. At the same time they publish a list of those whose proprietors bave not altered their tariff. Both tbe public and the press ap plaud Ibis attempt to " bell tbe cat," and some of the papers go so far as to insert in their col...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

wAitwicit ' £fW®3? 3^ A ? !. of'" ' " i'v'-. v .. CHESTSAND HAW-OHEBTS ALBO, SUGARS OF ALL KIND8 .. ' ' ? a . 4 LAJIGE AND SMALL MATS. 601 Auctioneer and Oommiision Agent, "' ALLORA.5 fVjMi "*? LAND OBPEBB arailable for Pnrehaie of Town, Bcbciban, or Country Lanflc, for 8ALE. i. WALLACE BABNETT, CSS 109, Queea-etreet, Briabine. i ij, ,.i. n j ;<; -. ' ' W topotinded, * AT Warwick, from North Toolburra, on August lOtb, by order of Coutta, Esq.; driving expenses, 8l per head j Wrongly described in former advertise ment: DiilT black gelding, star and cnlp, bang tail . like W At neat shoulder, like w* near ramp If alt released on or before Tuesday, let October, wQl beeold on that day, at noon, to defray expenses. , H. MITCHELL, 668 foundkeeper. Impounded,.;, A T Wanrldk. fafa ttkedale, bvOrder of il Donald Gunn, Biq., on Slat August, 1867 (driving eapsnsss, Be, 4d. perbead: Btj htn^Ant tall, Mud feet white, DL star If Dot releeneg on or before Tuesday, fbelat October. UMR. wi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND [?] OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

ABRIVAL ANP TlRPAJlTttRR OF THE MAILS. ARRTVALB. Wrem Maryland, every Tvetday, at 1 p.m., and every Saturday at 6 p.m. " £r<«6af># and fp/iwieh, via Drayton^ by Cobb*e foaehtt. every Tur*day, Thure* day, and Saturday,at 8 p.m. m Ley burn, via T>tlgii / frying*, et'fry IFe<f» neirfay, af noon. Jfary&riuf, every Monday, at fi a.m., and every Thurtday, at 4 p.m. BHebaneand Ipswich, via Mr r;ton, tnery Monday. IFerfnearftfy. *>i t r day, by Cobb*s eoachee, at 6.80 n.«i. .i Warwick to Leyburnt every T .rt'iey, at 4 a.m Ar.B.- Letteri mutt bt fotted a( (be Country Cffieee half on hour prrviout t * the time fixed for the despatch of mailt, but late lettere will be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a tizpenny etamp being affixed to each letter. Neioepaptre are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed for elotin/j the mail*. The RngUeh nail dote* on or about the 17th of every-month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS A*D TENTKRITKLD CHBONIOLB 18 published every, Tuesday an! Friday mornings, and lorwaided to all parts of the A uitrallan ookmle*. ' TKBMS OP S0B6OBIPTION. Quarterly (in *tr*noe). 8». Ditto (credit) .IP*. Orders unaoeojnpaiiled by preptXJBHXtwUl re pairs DO attention. ' Quarters terminate #lrt Mareb, 80th Son*, ?SOth September, and Slit Deoember.' Subscriber* wishing to withdraw their names tiomthe )i*t will be required to forward their lesignstlon (together with all anean) direct to the office atleaai fourteen clear days before Uw expiration Of each quarter. TEBMS FOB ADYJJ B'lfSINO. Two line* . 1 6 Four lines B O SUUnes 8 0 El&bt lines 4 0 Every additional In line*, or -under 1 0 large and displayed advertiaanients as V&, imummif ; A liberal dlsoouttt allowed on dwtiNiMM> oirtered for more than si* consecutive insertions. Birth*, nuniage*, or daatha, 9s, each inser tion, In theabsenoe of written Instructions to the contrary, advertisements wiU.f...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) DALBY. September 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgedfrom tin Brltbane daily paperi.) DALBY. September 3. A great number of persons ore taking up land on Cumkillenbar Beaerve under the new regulations. GLADSTONE. August 80. The nomination for the electorate of Port Curtis took place to-day. Mr. A. H. Palmer, and Mr. Neil, of Galloway Plains, were nominated. On a show of hands being teket), the numbers were in favour of Mr. Neil. A poll was demanded on behalf of Mr. Palmer. GAYNDAH. August SO. The election for the Burnett took place tenter. Messrs. Pring and Mackenzie were re turned without opposition. BOCKHAMPTON. A new rush to the Dee Ranges four miles from the Crocodile, has just taken P' At the other diggings things are quiet. September 2. Dunne and Company have entered into an agreement to remove tbeir machinery from Gladstone to the Morinish Quart? Beefs. SYDNEY. August 30. An influential meeting WBB held to-day to raise funds for a testimonial to His Excellency Sir John Young, and a com mittee to calle...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE [?] AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 6 September 1867

THE f<tr«wG TENTEBFIELD CHEONICLE. FBIDAY, 6EP1EMBEB 6, 1867. TBE public would ecetu to be impressed with tbe idea that a golden opportunity ia now presented to them for the selection of land which will pass away as suddenly as it was introduced- Already we see over 17,000 acres of tbe colony's estate passing into the hands of the people, and it is evident that a feeling exists that tbe present system of free celection before survey under Such easy conditions will not last long. Hence the desire to seize tbe opportunity wbile it lasts. It is our opinion that when Parliament assembles there will be a change introduced which will render the operation of the Land Bill free from the present serious defects which act as a check to its success as a liberal measure, and it is therefore the aim of all who posseBB a little spare cash to invest it at once era a change takes place. We actually oboerve that parties from New South Wales are taking up land in this district, not with tb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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COCKNBY TEA-GARDENS. (From the London Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 September 1867

COCKNBY TEA-QARDENS. (From the London Revtcio.) The rural felicity of the tea-garden ia not to be bad without paying for it. lias "the reader ever beheld arbours such as those in which twopanoe ia charged for hot water P Kew ia a famous place for them, and there they may be wen at this time in full bloom. The young ladies wb* accompanied the voting gentlemen to those wonderful junfcetiuga held during the early portion of this week are specially addicted to Kew. It is close to London; you cau approach by rail, by steamer, or by 'bug; and there is always the standing free show of the royal Falui'bonse and the horticultural grounds, the number of tea-gardens here is fuanol luus. Many of them are not bigger than the back-yard ol a mean cottage, and the. " garden" consists of a dozen or so of sum mer bouses ranged at either side and lur nished with wooden tables and benches. .Each receptacle is independent, so that the various parties do not intermingle, and the beverage is banded round ...

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GREAT INVENTORS—THEIR SUFFERING AND SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 September 1867

GBEAT INVENTORS-THHIR SUF FttRLNG AND SUCCESS. ODOO or twice in a generation it happens that a great patent, like tbo eeuitij; machine, meets with a success and yields a return prompt enough to enrich il'c in ventor himself. Mure tiaualW it buppens that the inventor perishes in, if noi of, the poverty to whioh liia eolf-di'votion consigns him, leaving to lucky rather than worthy purchasers the lucrative product of his genius and of bis Bufferings. Posthumous gratitude and honor may then be his re ward ; but if fortunate enough on tb« other band to enjoy a small percentage of the pecuniary benefit he has conferred OD his own generation alone, men too commonly think biui greatly overpaid without any acknowledgment as a puMio benefactor, and rather make it a point to embitter his too good fortune with envy, detraction, and plenty of litigation for bis rights. Tn this grudge that some men feel, they wholly forget the life ooat of great it) von. tion. There are a few lottery prizes in li...

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