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"DUM VIVIMUS VIVAMUS.' (Per Favour of (the Queensland Guqrdian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

" DUM VIVIMUS VIVAMUS.' (Per Favour of (hi Quetnilalfd Guqriiai).) .ine following remarks are submitted for your perusal and consideration, with the view that they may be brought bo fore the publip through the prow. The subject is one that afTeots the wterpst of ^. large portion of tJioo® who wntribute much toward^ the prosperity of the colony, and is worth the careful consi deration of alj who have an interest in the contiuipd prosperity thereof. The Government, aa you ore qo doubt aware, have fpr some time past employed surveyors in measuring the various runs within the district of Dialling Downs, to enable the Commissioner to ascertain as i far as possible ^he exact esteut: of the ' respective ruqs novj under, leave, prepara tory to the amount of rent for the next five years being fixed, as provided by th'o Pastoral f/esees Act of 1663. Thin is just aa it should be, htit fte proper classification of the tuns is a ques tion of grave consideration. Many diffi culties must beset the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SHENANDOAH QUESTION. (From the new york timesdmlkt.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

THE SHENANbOAB QUESTION. { (Frdmlkt Hit) Tnk Ttnit.) The diiobaige Weddel end ),r> erew by ths Br'iUnb actlioritien was ton conditional, and "<»t rioted by parole «i first reported. We wonld not lie too quick ,*» ronrtruinaf thle to be an nnfrieDdly tot of the new Cabinet. The fact that on* Minister did not *»k tbe detention of any one connected wttt» the ehlp ie an »ndl«r tion in hii }od«ment po mob claim couM be nitiinrf. Io «w J**W limited knot hie* of the fata, »» is ooe besinees to m ku that be refrained fro» acttag for mqA AMOQ& We OMIOOs COlWratflfltlj SltnM the BridA t°T faUSD8 to bib** u extradition whiA wm never ^Mowwer, the surrender of the Shenau- j doafa toonrOongulat Li»erpool * Con federatewar*««set,hi» »oc*pMn©e°t the»bip,intl«.rt#Mttr. pwcud- «from all oompleint against the British euthon tinn fnr the oflfoert and orew. We could barenoeW* for*he ef thoee men, e*oept » pirwy oommittod once s«j>» oo tbe high hSS&£!w&^»£ eiU»r^5...

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

Floor. Floor. ADELAIDE FLOUH now on hand, the beat brands, to 1001b. and 200lt>. bags. 3, H. CUMMING ft CO. THB BEE-HIVE STOKES. 124 N FISHt FISH!! OW on kuj u ooder: Findon Haddock* Lo later Meat Bod Herrings Pickled HarrlDga Labrador Salmon Sardine*. J. H. OOMMING ft 00. THE BEE-HIVE STOBES. 126 ov Oorol Corn!! SA.bG, Prime OLD CORN, well adapted for Seed or Hone Feed. 3. H. GUMMING ft 00. tee BEE-EIVE 8TOB.ES. 146 JJOTIOE, ALL Persona ire Motioned against REMOV ING) SOIL from the following Allotments, »i*.~l-6, S, and loofaeo. 59; 6 and 7of aeo. 60; t6eftc.6t;,Moi6, 7, 8 of sen. 63. Anyone found doing mq will be uroscoutcd. JOHN winstonk F- OUBNOW. Warwick, Match 1, 1866. 106 ftotiw to the Public, THE anderaigqed bee to (ntiinate that they will be in a position to supply to tlie townspeople of Warwick and its vicinity, Dairy fed PORK *a wall aa PORK, BEEF, t.ad GER MAN T3AU8AGEB, fto., fto.. fioin MOMMV NEXT, tb* Ctb instant. Sploed Beef, Hama, Smoked Tongues, &c, alwa...

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

WEEKLY gAtfSNDAR. 10 . *3! WlmraJ 8«t. Bp! Man. 'fan.' , [Sun file ..[Bun eeU.IMoon's Age at ?? « i-ai 6" 6 . g 6 . 6 6 . i 6 . t V.

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

" -- - THIS WARWICK ABGUS am> BliPCHEONICLE _ _ 1 erar* Wedneadayand Saturday 1 nondng^aBdKwmMto^llfHtiof (be An^MlUaiwtadw* .. TKBMS'07 SUBSCRIPTION. ? oalra oo*ttentimr. r ' . Qiuuter»ten»lBM« 91«t January, 80th April, Hit Jplf> nlJIik'OnolM.' BabecribW* wiahlng to Wtthafewthdr naniea from theiiat trill'be required t6 forward their iXntfoMtog^** J» «^)dfreotto r dtyi twn tttf teems bob j&VB&'immo. Two line* J ?'< Four linee J 0 gfehtlfcff.. 4 0 : ' °r1 0 Large ^ *gAlSenJ 4l*Miii'dio*oA oondwtiaementa ortwtfor cxm tlaa >l«i<wmewtlT»fawtlwi».; Birtha, wik|H, *.<«** «*. whlMefi tU£ the abeeoo* tf'^rtenjnilrteHona to 'the coniifrj,i^wtiNntBti irill b% luWW until "?"(wSiSroeoieenwt be eent In totha Office not later thantte»>oWi>«k,©S XowlM wWi d orders Cor the withdrawal or jitfcwaeats. taait be---''* wltlulimwAlor WwlAlimijto,*matt fcb*ehf in Wfl^'VSSSk : ? -,,i ??? ? JQBSEINflNG. Tin Proprietor ??VWUBWjojhe,, PRINTING Wt...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(From the D. D. Gasetle) STDNRY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

{From tie D. D. GattUe ) STDNRV. Wedne«l». Two buahrangeff broke into the Bush Inn, Branxton, Maitland, on Monday night, but they got nothing except food. The police pursued them uong with come volunteer*. Mr. Shepp&rd was fired at, upon which he returned the shot and rifnUy beaten, and the buehrangen es caped. The police have captured two Mudgee bushrangers. The petition against the execution of Bertrand has received 186 signatures, amongtt which arc those of 6evon of the 1 first juiy.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICEE SATURDAY, MARCH 10,1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

THE ffBKTERFlELD CHRONICLE 8ATUBDAV, MABUH 10, 1866, A. yiu^it made by Bkcltbuto. ou his re-, pent memorable trial must come home to the besrt $ every" love^ of jwtice and create the feeling^ that, Ip.wfVer iniquitous that man's career has been, the jury were more ton influenced by the report^ of thp press OB -the- merit* - of the case before they heard the,evidence. It ia impossible to$tvesi the mind-of- the ordinary feeling of sympathy or antipathy which naturally arise* 01^ hn>n of some heroic deed or come fearful murder, and the un fortuuate criminal, on being asked if he had anything to say why sentence of death should not be passed upon him according to law, iplght wel), address the judge " Why should my caae have been made a nensation one!fl A daily press,with ft scarcity of- news to fill qf it* yawning columns, ia glad of any sensation article, and such a caae as the " Kjbbbe Tragedy" afforded abund ant scope for Sensational newa and specu late ve ren^H, t^dualh filling t...

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

Up to the hour of our Tgoing to pnw lut night.we received no telegram from our agent*. WANTED, A SMART' TOOTH ii w Apprentice to the Printing 8u1neu. Hut to able to nad end write.-Apply inmliitd; »t tbii ofiice. Warwick Municipality. ANTED a competent peraira to uaiit tbe Town Clerk In waklttg out the AaacM nient for tfaa (ireaent municipal year. Trader*. ?toting aalary noiiiM to be eeut to the Town Hell on Tburaday, the Ifith init. All information to be had at the Town OitrkV office. By order, J. M. JAUHE1T. 118 ? Town Clark. ' AW WANTED to fient, . FABM williln two or TV Uiim mile* from Warwlok. Arab to . J, 0. WHITtti Jo«. tfth February, 1866. 108 Wft. THOS. ADDENBROOKE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND CONVEYANCER, \YAtl WICK S'" Tamporaty Offloe at H|r. Fleming'* Dnerna Hotel. ,rj ; 128 r*"~ . ... IIS. OXEKHAM, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, PROCTOR MB couiuwiovn rot, AFFIDAVIT*, WARWICK. Ill Warwick District Court. MB. OBtJBB. Attorney, of Jpewich, will attend the Metropolitan Diatrict...

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

THE Panama IUwte.-It is confidently expected that by tho end of July, or the beginning of August, the first mail front England, by way of Panama, will be- de livered in Sydney. The Buahine, a twin .crew boat of 1600 tons, wan to leave London on the 20th of this February, for Wellington via Melbourne; from theuoa die will come on to Sydney, and leave this iiort in June to meet the mail which will eave Iiondon in May, and return here by the end of July or beginning of August, bringing the first mail by tbis rout#. BuaEine has been tpsted with regard to her speed, and the result wss highly satisfactory; ebe steamed nius knots against a hpad wind and eleven knot* with fair wind, We understand that the through route for passengers, from Sydney to Southampton, will be one hundred guineas; ana it ie expected that the pas sage will be made in fifty daya.-JUmpire. The Government having taken section No. ? of the railway into their own hands, active operations were yesterday com menced along ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCKHAMPTON. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

KOCKHAMPTON. March 6. JLhe Urimmul Sittings of the District Court commenced this morning and cloaed. Wrench, alia* Trafford, charged with robbing joivellerr, was remanded for the production of further evidenoe, to the next sittings of the Circuit Court. Patrick Uourko, charged with assault and inteut, &c., was sentenced.to three years' imprisonment. John Marsen, for illegally receiving two forged cheques, was sentenced to four years' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GLADSTONE. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

GLADSTONE. March 5. Macpheraon, alia* the " Wild Scotch man," (topped the mail running. fr^ SJarjborpughto Gladstone, on Saturday, near JSIaqkmanV . He opened the letters, hut took nothing 1 frdmtbem. ? r He tha,t states for the iuture be intends to rob travellers and not the mails, as the latter do not pay.

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MELBOURNE. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

MELBOURNE. March 5. I . The fiock owners have petitioned Go- ; vernment to divide the colony into dis tricts to ensure the better prevention from scab. Wallie, a timber merchant, has beon | convicted of forgery, and has been sen tenced to fwo yean' imprisonment with j hai-4 labour. Flour is quoted at 10s. in advance of j .former prices. Wheat is priced at from I 7a. fld. to 8*. per bCiahel. ;'rV'' *'f,r Mnrch®.. " Yeeterday at ten o'clock p.m.,. ft.'inan named Thomas Morrow, was robbed by two mined men, with crape oij. their faces, between Fit?roy and Carlton. Tbey de spoiled him of ^6? in notes, and a valuable watch. j 1 he Corporation ofMelbonrne have re solved to botTow £100,000 ott security of i debentures, bearing 6 per cent., frith the | object of clearing their debt, building the ! Town Hall and finishing other public buildings. The Black Swan, from Tasmania, en- j tered the Heada yesterday. 8he reported ] having lost two cabin passenger*, who wpre swept overboard. j

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNET. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

STDNET. Mftreh 6. j itie revenue tiom the Customs for tbe last month amount* to <£64,000. The yield from the gold-fields chows a decrease of twenty per cent. Mawh 6. The men Dunp and Bertrand are to bp executed on thelBth instant. Two new buskrangers have made their appeuan^e near Muogee, and have com mitted several ^jbb^iei,. A public meeting lias been convened, the object of which ia to protest against the renewal of state aid to religion. It is rumoured that a shopkeeper laigely interested in the boot aDd shoe trade tow bolted. The 'Government have refused to take the entire responsibility of the Panama routs contract. Inarch T. Tbe late explosion in Mesrs. Moltson and Slack's stores is stated to have been caused by 'a small case of Muting oil, stored in the cellar. It appears it was placed there without the cognizance of theproprietori. The stores were completely destroyed, but tbe. books and the safe were saved, and not in any way injured. The loss will not be bo hea...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

| It will be eeen, on reference to an ad. | vcrtiepmeot in another column, that i meeting of gentlemen interested in horse racing, and the breeding hones generally, has been convened for Saturday next, at the Metropolitan Hotrl. The object of it is to form a company by which a sufficient sum of money may bo raised for the pur pose of purchasing 11w celebrated stud of Mr. Hurtle Fidier, at Marybynong, Mel : bourne, which is to be tt'ld og the 10th of i next monill.-Courier.

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

A^tobhct*.-It will be law by. ad* erti*ement that Mr.. Qxenham, who hu for muj year* praotiaed ai an attorney in Warniok, hu .gain reinned thole 4utie*. Wk alio obierva (hat another aolloitor, Mr. Addaqbraokt, hM eitahllahed himaalf her*. Distbict COCBT.-TUs Oourt will commence ita flrat silting, in Warwick on Friday next, tha 16th inatant. There era two criming! oaaaa, Tic.. Regloa T. Sarah Cramar. ~ ' do. ?, B.-Boa*. The clrll eaaea. of whioli there are 16, oome 09 for hearing on Monday, .tha 10 th. The following la tbe list 1. Jl.. Marwedel v. J. Oonqneat. 3. O. T. Elwortby v. Mia* H emmon t If Co, 8. J. B. Bos* v. John Gonqaeat. * 4. T B. Dowling v. J. 0*1)0011011 6. Same v. P. Adame. . 8. B. P. Scivwen v. J. heggutt. 7. Christopher Newton Bros. r. A:Be i«har( 8. Same v. A. M'fiporran. 9. 8ama v. Same. 10. J. J. Kingaford T. Owen tiimhart. 11. T. B. Dowling T. J. R. BOM. 12. Chriatopher Newton Bros. V.J. Fltcjeral^ IB, Same T. Jobs Brannen. 14. P. Llddy r. George Harris. 15. 8am...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) DALBY. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

TELEGRAPH JO NEWS. (Abriiged from the BrMane Daily paper/.) I DALBY. March 7. : Tqe banquet given to the qon. J. F. Bell yesterday was 4 great aqoceag. Mr. Siduey was in tbe chair, qnd there vyere about seventy persons present. The absence of raja is felt ?ery much, and feed is becoming vety scarce. Several cases of pletiro-pneumonia have been reported recently.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. from Maryland, every Monday, at 2 p.m. " JBri&ane and Tptwich, every Tuesday at neon, and every Friday at 4 p.m. ,, Brisbane and Ipswich, «|'a Drayton, every Thureday, at 3 p.m. ,, heybum, via Talgai Digging!, every Wed nesday, at noon. AUora, Driyton, and Toowoamba, every Thursday, a' 3 p.m. DEPARTURES. for Maryland, every Thvrsdoy, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and fptuiek, every. Wednesday, at b a,vs., and every Saturday, at noon. Brisbane and fptuiek, via Drayton, every Monday, at 8 p.m. " freytur*,via JWgqiMigjris&e, ever]/Thurs day, at 4 a.r\. " AUora, Drayton, and Touwoonba, every Monday, a( 3 p,,m. JVi B.~ The toQiU clots at Ike Post-ojffks hqlf an hour before departure, but tiken the departure takte place at an early, hour in the morning, the mail tlosesrat Q p.m. the previous evening. Tie English mail iloiee on or about tke ISth of every month.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAT, MARCH 9. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 March 1866

WARWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 9.   (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) Billingsley r. M'Laren.-His mi a wogei case, and wtsadjoarned till the 10th initknt for -the Attendance of im portent witnesses. Andrew Glover was charged with de» taining wearing apparel and other pro perty,belonging to George Thomas Row landson. The plaintiff wat living at Glover's Hotel, and borrowed £4 from the latter.. When Glover found he could get no payment, ha turned Rowlandson   out and kept his chattels. He was or- dered to refund the property. William Anderson was charged with atealing a bullock, the. Jgpperty, of John May, of Warwick. Clij lost a certainbullock, .branded JMAY (the JM conjoined) on off nunp. and off run, and denoted William fiix to take possession of it if he ever came, acrosiit. Sit saw the bullock in a team belonging to James Mitchell, and took possession. Mitchell swore be bought the bollock from William Anderson, but he did not receive it from the defe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

Stem Navigation Company. STEAM TO SYDNEY bum BBlhBAN'K .very TUESDAY, ill CJBSD AY, and satubuay. Saloon, £6. Retnm (available two months) £8. Steerage, CI Freight, dead weight, 17a, 6d. per ton " measurement. 28*. per too. Wool per W(, 1M.; from Jpewiob, 12*. Tallow per ten groea. 15s. i hom lpawioh, 17a. Cd. Hide*, eabh,8d.; from lpewiaU lOd. Steatn to Maryborough, UUdatone, ana Bock - hampton fromi Bilebane every TUESDAY. Steam to Briabana from Ipswich, every day esorpt Sunday. Freight, dead weight and. maaaureoient, 10a. per ton. Salooo, 6*.: Steerage, 4a. USNBY O'REILLY, Agen ( A. 8. N.Co. Officea,Bri*baue. 99 & Queensland Harden Mannal, FORWARDED byj»*t throughout the colonr on reoeipt oftt. in poeUge etampa. ON SALE, Kitchen Garden, Slower, Agricultural, and Graaa 8eeda. " , Fruit Am, Ornamental ttnh, Flowering Plant*, tc. Garden. Catlmy and.Toola, Vara Implements. A Oatalogos oontainlng a dbrraot list ofbia exteniivroA. »U»bta ooBeofgon .,«£ Rcropeau and Tropieal Fra...

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GIANTS AND THEIR TAILORS. (From the Daily Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

GIANTS AND THEIR TAILORS. (From thi Daily Ttltgrtph.) When a certain philosopher bad defined nan to be . biped without feathers, an irre verent disoiple went privily forth, and re turning, held np before the eyei of hie mu ter a plnoked goose; whereupon a eertain pbiloiopher felt hii heart sink into hie san dais-no boota having yetblessed the world ; and an irreverent dieeiple thought himself an extremely clever fellow, ai perhapa he was-psrhaps not. Nevertheless, few things in tliia sublunary sphere are ao en during ai an epigram. jSmpirea may wax and wane; systems of philosophy may bourgeon, blossom,, and decay; bat a amart eaying ootlivei them all. A man. if atiU known at a featherlesa biped: and to make one-of the ordinary pattern it if enrrebUy believed that DO fewer than nin» tailor* are required. A* Oaptain Cattle's im mortal friend and counsellor, Banaby, remarked, " The bearings of this obser vation lays in the application of U." Oar philosophical reflections are not withou...

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