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[?]ome and [?]oreign [?]ews [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

[tw rttt&iijBfwfyn Wjftm THE Empbkbs AND top CHILD.-A Paria letter, ip the 4»aityuyk Gatette, narrates the following aneoaote " While with t|w Emperor on id excursion in tbe mountains, near Biyriti, tbe Am* preu perceived ? men crippled from par ilyeis, sitting in the tun before bis ooltage. While Napoleon III. was questioning the st&erer as to hie infirmity, andpromiaing assistance, the Empress observed i ohilH fonr year* old^ who appeared to be ? offer ing also. ThU vrai the only child of the poor man( and ehe vpaa Buffering from dysan tery. The Empressasked, with emotion, tbe man if he vpnld traat rfila daughter (8 herfor eome time. Thia consent having been obtained, her. Majesty called a jromg country woman, and gave the child to her to carry tothe Imperial residence. When the peassnt woman arrived with her borlhen, ehe paused on tbe threshold «f the villa, net daring to enter, ai ehe w«a laiefoofed. The Empress. however, eaid, 'Dome 'in ; do not be afraid/ and t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Warwick Ar[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

sORl<HNA|i DOR&ESPONDENOE. . The Eiiior will not it raponifth far mjt oj>i tiiqttf er nr»i npnetfid ty -OotmfmdtHti, uai will aImay rtftct furitmai MauauMia <i«i «?(«« r*ru*ct, , om fuat-aitttiJ bit tit tigxoturt qf pit author. To the Editor if (he Warwick Araut. , SIB,-'?0Hr leading article of the 28th ultimo comments in veiy strong teima upon the decision arrived .bjr the ma jority of the. Beqch of M«tf&»teB who sat on the 6th ulttimo UDOD Mr. jDenchaiV Application for gate* under the Closing of Roads Act. But as in that Article tbere are certain misstatements and jjBservations which give the substanoe a false colouring, I think it necessaiy to aet myself right with those whose good opinion ia worth. having, bv making a tew remarks upon this so-called " flagrantly wrong decision of tlio Bench." Of the personalities and imputation of motives infused into the article in ques tion I do not think it necessary to take . a*jy notice whatever. Let...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

February 28. At a meeting of the Ejecutive Council to-day the sentence* passed i^pon Dunn the bushranger and Bertrapd the mur derer of finder were confirmed. The sentence of Captain iiobinson, who was convicted of shootiig.hifi'ilrst officer, has been commuted to ten .jean' impri sonment. Jai'kson has Iteeij, pardoned.' The new dredge ordmsd. by the Queens land rt i prnnii'iif- ha.- bmm. tafted, Hnd ;hi- triuL wa- f>rme<i liif.Wy Eiti«J(lvud)ry. 'I he 'fr-. ..*...it I his new fin. , I i. u-tti!-' l.o.- ...'(.? X'hey show an i.i.'l'e-i- , . .rivvyi- JbOfle,$f tbft i latp ti : 11.rr.ii t 7 The great A u .xic: -.'Cuoiii.'.irijiwd- to. day- ' '' - ", ^Enrch L The Treasurer has raa^e his financial, etatemeut, ihi'1 Iiuk shown an estimated ' siurjjlun for tl.is ypav of' £l4^(kK)U. ! he Assembly hu\o ^pjwj^regg .1 he Governor on lUc sn.bji'qt df* fljajunj . 'uplm the J5stim.it e« .a xuui tn be,appro priated mvvards M:i< -'- id. to rev tiroes .len'miiuaiiaiik - ; * ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A FORCED MARRIAGE AND ITS TRAGICAL RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

A FORCED MARRIAGE AND ITS TRAGICAL RESULTS. t intense sxeitemant bM bego peoasionsd ioVbecunty Down by * Uigml (oddest wbleh .occurred it a place oiled Lover lUfk, id that oouoty, a few day* in. Op Toiodsy last a young farmer named Patriek Qonesn, who title about dx acres at Lower Bath, wss arieated on a ohaige of having dordered bii wife, to whom he had only been married on the previous Saturday, lite maiden name of the unfortunate bride was Mary Martin. She wai the daughter of a man in the same station of life as Gorman, and bad never seen him until, on the 19th of last month, he en tered her parent*' boose as her snitor, in troduced by her nnole, John Murphy, Another vonng man bad been previously oonrting ber, bnt ber parents would not allow her to many him ? and though she Brst refused to aooept Gorman, they over ruled ber objections, and the marriage took place on Saturday, the 25th ultimo. 8neb marriages de eonntnance, following equally hasty wooing, are not unfreqnent among t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(To the Editor of the Warwick Ar[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

{To the Editor of tht Wantittytirptt.) Sib,-In your iuue of the 2StbiTebruary appears, in'place of our usual telegram, a paragraph the .tenor of which has arefljec tive tendency against oar character and efficiency *». Telegraphic News Agents. We &el bound to state that «e have not i been advised that the metropolitan - moils reach Warwick in a shorter period than formerly-hence the feet,, that, our tele graphic items hare .been fbrcetfUIei by the j post in this instanCei-^it least a portion of j them. . SEBVII<LE & BIKD. Brisbane, March 2,1866. WlIQHT OF OA«TLE ST UEAttr&EUENT. -Take the girth, juBt'bebind the shoulder blade; measure from thO hone of the tail which plumbs the line with. (jW hinder part of the buttook along the line of back to the fore part of the shoulder blade say girth 6 feet 4 inches, length 6 feet- 3 inches, which'multiplied makes 81 nuper. ficial feet. This multiplied by 23, that being the .number of lbs. allo#ld to each supe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCK HAMPTON. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

EQCK HAMPTON. UMoha. I The Joint Stock Bank bare opened branch at Townsville.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE FOOLS OF FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

THE FOOtS OF FASHION. A correspondent of the JV«i of At World writes :-I have bean amused, in reading one' of the French papers, with a notice of > -satirical comedy, in which one of .{he fepifle characters, reproving the folly of extravagant costume so palpable in her lex at the preaentday, appeared, never theless, in a toilette of auptiriative extent and ooftlideu. " Ah1 simpleattire of mV Kth," exclaimed the aotreas,What it wte of ytm t Ten yards of muslin^ thre* 6f ribbon,'and* flower in the hair; and, With that, youth and* brilliant complexion! What worn-oat pleasure-seeker Would not feel a thrill of emotioh at the eight of * dress eo aimple and a joy so naive ? Ah! muslin, white muslin! the ungrateful Mothers who were indebted to you for their husbands now deny yon to their daughters! 0 sacred muslin, Virgin of the toilet, sere <»r young girls wbo are drowning them selves iu flood* of laee." . These sensible Elections should awaken, in paternal and Maternal winds...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Br[?] Daily papers.) IPSWICH February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

.. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged Inn thi.Briibant Daily patten.) IPSWICH: ? February 28. ? .The proprietor* of the Mercury issued circulars throughout the town to-day, hinting' that the reason of. the non appearance of .that journal wbb caused by certain drunken individuals having diiring the night demolished their ionnu. They expect,t<? remove to their new premises and reissue shortly. : : " I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OFKf[?]Eljf[?]SO TIIM MAILS. f ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

I , ARSIV^L AND BKfAHTljflS'OP TIIM MAILS. f £" AHRfYAlB. , j Prom-Maryland,t»tru Mondayait-S p.m-, ! '.n Sritbant and Iptwieh, every Jbendaylat noon, and tvtry Friday o<4 p.m. 'v i. Jlriiliiu and Iptwieh, via Drayton, every " Thurtday. at S p.m. " Ltybttrit, via Talgai Diggiagt,entry Wtd neiiay, el noon. " dfftora, Drayton, and Tuvivoomba, cvfry Thurtday, at 3 p.m. DKPJLRTUKBB. for Maryland, toiry TKunday, at 4 p.m. BriAant and Iptwieh, tvtry Wednttday, at 0 a.m., ana tvtry Saturday, at noon. .i Brisbane and fptuich, viq Drayton, tvtry ? Monday, at 3 p.m. . " Lty&urn.vta Talgai Digsingt, tvtry Thurt-, day, at i a.m. " >? Altera, Drayton, and Hbowoomba, tvtry-' Monday, df 8 fi.m. "v JV.B,- The ViaUi rtftil lot He Foit-eKct half en hour btftfre.tkpifltcfii'htit whtn the departure tatut pfoce«£«*4i/ty,>Ao8r **> <Ae morning,[tin . m ail eloiei at 8 p.m. on tht prtviout tuning.: Tht SngHtk mutt Haiti on or about the 16th .f tfry mmith. ' |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

WARWICK ARGUS MB ? i . tbntbbfihld chbonicle fr«a»wBw Saturday 1 . the IOV 80B8CBIWION. ' I 8». eWftoWSI «!.* January, #0fei April. 'etiwSS'^Sbgto^iriiMraw theirnam** iJSSiffiflirff required to forward their '"^SsSaSkSwgijl aroan)direct to SliB^IMnWtradiaJi}* M"* ^ ::3MSSa&ssa»|| ° ^Ss&tsasssss j^iUyw, w fl-Hif b. MdiliiiV' D^tn ln*tmotl(m» to the ?* wm ^ lM,ate4 ^ kHs3^?SS^-k rf JiuBwMift «nmt feeaent in '^.." " ?* * "Pwipitetw* XqITJMNTING. ' jSByHTTili'* *" ^wryAahliitlfio of PRINTING ? Wltfa ee*to<H and doapatob, at moderate price* - -? ' ?. VtZ s ' CARDS. CATALOGUES. CIRCULARS, > HANDBILLS, * MUYEB* BOOKS "S r«iw», pldn and rtM, io* &o. AUSTRALIA N JOfHTSTOCK BANE. *IW®nE6T' allowed <bn Filed Depotlta at |>^iwmdon a» tbe^ncb« *na Ageu rtwi n Ha* Sontb Walet.Qaaenaland, Vtetorit. ' Saa*18e, T««*m*i)J». ana New Zealand; »t«° ®» - KokUM, Wta>*» end Bcotl«Dfl. _ . 7TT* JAMES B. BOM. m , lis lliupt at Warwick The Liverpool wad l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

4© BtrjBsoRtBMBs 4Jm>4J>r$n. TISEBS. WebcgfQ.ttaft* that ow Aoimntijbr the item** tf&Mmifi **#«# %« ttUI ie tettUi without the leait delay. . $lo*t in. mrretrt V>M kindly oblige vt by 4 prompt vttkm&U.af our ttgrnrem^tf j mutlfcbviouttothem. . -> {

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 March 1866

WEEKLY. CALENDAR. >.lv£$TL ?tatf . "Ii 'l.v 'ife#ra llBBN. fcfj m 6 . 4 «... 4 * a-, ai «: . so a . is a . is 6 : 47 6 ,16 '?'SO S» ; 28 23 . 24 *4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

4**traUu3ian-St«am Navigation i!)l.^Hre4ieiMOQA0H between WAfiWICK 1 W0WOO»BA. TBAM TO SYDNEY team BRI8B AlfR r TttEBDiVr THUaSDAY, u» (available tw»iaoniiu)S&.' ht, dead weight, 1^1.6d. per ton ntea*tt*iaent,:86a, per ton. Mt'Mlto'lds.V from Ipawiob, lif. "j>»!r:Uu igroiir 16a. v from Ipawioby from Ipawiob, 10d. to Maryborough, OUditone, and Rock <b trim Brisbane »«7 TUESDAY iik to'Briibabe-front Ipswiob, every day ?Sunday* ;bt, dead "weight and measurement, 10a> iMrt, 6s. . Steetne, 4a. HKKBY O'KEILLY, , L^~Jt|DED1>Vpo«t tbroagliotit ttiffftolony oa||*,6r«i;finpeatage ?Utspt ON SALE, jfcitftliBn Garden, Floww, Agricultural, and1 t'Ttew, Qrnamentsfl Shroba, Flowering .Immm jWtjMy and Tooli, Firm Implements. 'lAOmWH oootttulng a oorreot list of fall WtoMveMld'iralasblo collection of Er.ropeao MTnifiod ft pit Trees, and Oenkn Mid Agricoltaral Seeds baa Just been published, and .ill tbe Mot gratis within the oolong 'on applica tion to' A. J. BOOKINGS. »* OO...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

Thb Amhioan TeCiKoaAPBio EXPE DITION.-An American paperataiaa that Oolonel Balkley'a telegraph expedition has reached Behring'a straits, whers thetele graph will croei from America to Ada, aiqid . that the colonel bad sounded ecrou Bebriagje .trait* to the St. l»awrenee-bay. The sonod- . ingi w«re favourable all the way acroe^-thi bottom being mad. Ground foe «w udt | discovered off 8t. L*wrenee-bey, which «ai not favourable for the laying of the cable, it being shallow and ecposed to the 'south east galea. Michigan-bay Wu too (id fall of 1 ies. Paokege-bajr presented a good bottom, j and eoented suitable for laying tW cable, the Aaiatia aide being more moautataom than' that of the American. The country wasea tirely deatitote of timber. The srouud wu thawed about thirty inches. The Indian* on both eides were friendly an<l promised to be uaeful. Tbe Raaaiapa had dooe everything to further the enterprise. The Paamcaz Maid IN Hojjwprtht, -The Rev, O. U le^n/ of £2 10a. to th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAI CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

ORIGINAIJ CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will nqf be retpantiile for qny api niant or eiiwe expreieed by Oorrtepondent$, and mill aluaye reject ptr«onal communica tion tin leu on iubjecti of public importance, and guaranteed by the tignaturt of the author. To tht Editor of the Warwick Argue. 8jn,-J perceive in your paper of tbe 7th March a letter from Mr. C. H. Green, J.P., in which be repudiates any inter ested _ motive in sitting on the late gate question. _ He does not positively say " I had no. interested motives, ana aiq not personally concerned in the matter," but be tries to prove such t?, he tlje case, in stating that he doeB not intend to apply for a gf}te lioense, as yoij alleged in your leading article of the 3rd March. I maintain that you were quite correct in the statement you made,' that Mr. Green should not lure aoted, he being an interested party, and I will prove the «jse. Tbe boundary fence between Glen gsllan and Goomborra, running east and west, now* in course of ere...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DISORGANISATION OF THE PARTY IN SEARCH OF LEIC[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

DISO RG ANI8AttOit OV THE PARTI IN SE\BCH OF LKIOaBABDT. The espforrng, party out by the l.eiehbardt Search ComnHtts* appear^ to have completely broken bp, m for aa any actual organisation is concerned, *od this il i circumstaace eCaroely to be wondbred at, considering the ausptoee under wlrieh the party was fitted oat. Dr. Midler wa* the rating powe* of the con aero, aod be will now have an opportunity of seeing tbe re sults of what cannot be chnideriibd other than mismanagement. The party Buffered tbe greatest priratiow froq» tbe" effects of thirst, W>ng been 90 hows without water. Oat of the patty ha* already fcrriveA In town, and Dr. Hurray the seoopd to com mand, is ezpeoted to tetnrn almost immedi ately. The following from D*. Murray baa been received by Dr. James. Jt is, dated' from Waliumbilla, 4th January. It aays: -" SOD are astonished, you are thunder struck, no doubt, at receivings letter from one-whom yon conceived to be at the Gulf. Yet strange thing* bare ooonrred,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE NEW RUSH ON THE ALLU. VIAL DIGGINGS. (FROM A CORREESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

THE NEW HUSH ON THE ALLU. VIAL DIGGINGS. (FBOM A COBBEEPOITDEKT.) Having visited the alluvial digging* 86 as to learn the aspect of affaire, I wag re minded of old times, and in my estima tion the locality will be an extensive gold field at tome future time. We star'ed from Talgai Quarto Beef, and travelled through an immense scrub, at the same time bearing oar thoughts on the Wild Scotchman, but without mishap or moles tation arrived at tl\e Ten-M!iie Hush (Gil. lospie's). To my surprise every one was busy making great preparations to begin work on the New Rush. On the follow ing morning W6 Started for the spot, atyl Aftgri^veljing about teh'miles, we discf vereo with omaaemeot the Great Eastern drawn on foiur wheels on its way to the Tush, with a luge signboard, " Spirituous Liquors Vended," and a staunch captain directing his bush frigate. Howfever, we arrived safely, aud found all the miners busily engaged, delighted, humorous, and every one giving a kind answer to bis neighbour...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

A SisooLAa Murder.-The Seyboiut of B ids h;i " A terrible event hu jusi oooarred it OmIidi A Kigeni of th« 88rd, who bed jaat uken thp command ol the poet at the Porte Beckett, made tht men load their moaketa, end then plaotc them onbride piled op againat each other Oapt Loge^o, when shortly after returning with bii wife, the arms ao placed, end uked whet eo bdhsmI a proceeding meant The eergeent, without miking any reply, took up one of (be gone, sod, aiming at the officer, fired and killed him initanti neootly. The eeageant was at onoe ar retted, bat no donbt u entertained that bii mental faculties are deranged."

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

TBB UIS POBTMAMEB-GENEEAX.-It is rumoured that the Hon. T. L- M. Prior, lately appointed a member of the Legs l&tive Council, will not sit during the en suing session, be mating made arrange, lucuit for a visit to Tasmania.-Guardian

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE KINDER MURDER CASE. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

THK KINDER MURDER CA.8B. (from tU A M. Btrald.) The verdict of the j«ry that Kindisr rcwt hit lift by tbe h»«y} of Bcrtraod hu doubt, leas meiwl tbe approval of tbe public. In tbe great contrariety of aapecta pre .rated by this eiogolar esse it is assuring to have tbe declaration of tbe jSuef J«w tine that tbe verrtkt hat eoqsuiandeJ bis riwlntt assent-that be had no more doubt of theguil* of the prisoner tl«o hie pre. aenoe. To person* not .skilled in the analysis end appreciation «f evidence there Me tuMV tbinge calculated to perplex the nlnt, Perhaps nothing ia «o IminMiIi « that tbe frinnei if gu!ll/,e*cept that he ia not. 9be Mime fa* perpetrated la not oew hi tbe birtoiy of tinman depravity. Many hare been the eMmplee of me» yielding to the evH being led on etep by atep until geilty of murder f bnt there are aome oirouinstatrasa in thia eaae to wHdb His actively possible to ftnd a parallel io tbe anarieof erime. Aooording to the evidence, Bertrand formed en attachment to thia ...

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