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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

I NEW ZEALAND. j News from Auckland to March 1, ba« been re reived. The rebels are sow more quiet, atld appear completely cowed. His Excellency the Governor and Major General Chute have arrived at Auckland. Colonel Lyons has taken possession of the atrongest petition on the east const.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LATE GOLD ROBBERY AT THE IRON BARKS: DEATH OF GERMON DAN. (from S. M. Heralds Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

THE LATR GOLD ROBBERY AT THE IRON BARKS: DEATH OF OtiKMAK DAX. (front & M. HiraWt CDrnipendint.) At an adjourned magisterial intyury, held on lh« 8tli Febraary, 1866, at Iron Barks, in the colony of N«w 8uuth Wales, touoli ingthe death of one John Gar»ey, who wu found dead on Tuawlay, the 6th inst., Henry Lawrenoe, beiDg duly sworn. de posed; I am tlioensed butcher residing at Iron. Hark diggings, neat'. Wellington | I .owe jSne So |h%wning«f Taes 4»y, the J6th February, being' occupied killing aii ok at the back of my homethy partner, W. Bragg, wu with, me at the time j I aaw several men ooming from Mr. Smith's engine, amongst whom 1 recognised Jamet Osborne," German Dan," the nan now wounded^ and another, a partner of their*, callfd Jack, who waa carrying the gold in bu two hand*,-just at the tame time I aaw two man on two bay hones, whom I thought to be blaokfellowa, ooming towardi the men at full canter, and I beard Chase two men call out either " pat it down "or "drop i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TENTERFIELD. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

TENTEBFIELD. [FBOK a COBBESPONDENTj I regret to inform you of a series of accidents which have occurred here. Mr. Will son's eldest son, a child of 30 mouths old, was climbing on a gate (which was not properly secured, having been knocked off its hinge* by a dray), pulled it over, and broke his thigh. . Dr. Mason was speedily in attendance and reduced the fracture, and the little sufferer, I am happy to say, is progressing favorably. As Dr. Mason was riding a spirited horse along House-street, the animal be came restive, and threw Ha rider violently to the ground, seriously injuring the doc. tor's head, cutting biB left ear completely in two, and bruising his face and thoulder. JJr. Sheldon attended and dressed the wound*, and I am' happy to state that fbe doctor was able taattendtohia duties 9a tt^e following day. t. .. * ' '? I have to record the death of an old inhabitant of this district,Owen M'Mabon, who was found dead on a sofa at the house in which he lodged. At the magisteri...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SERMONS {From the Evening [?].) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

8EBMQN& {From tkt Butting Mbit.) The crowds of ooKcowitrymen who epeat . portion of last eonnner ui eutujan abroad. so hr outnumbered ill expectation that in many place* large new English churches were incapable of holding them, end (hey hid to itKU off to Iftenob, Ger man, and Swiss cathedrals and oburcliet. Wherew the service, were it Romanist or PeotosUnt, they fodnd congregatumB listen log with eagerness to u oration delivered without a, book or a slip of p»p«i »Dd at teseptiog something like rfoqnence. There were plenty of faults in. ihe attempt, per haps, and to a critical: ear St ought be a feilnre. Hither the "ekelefoa showed itself too plainly, or the pMaoher wandered far away from his eubjeot, or be fell into old commonplaces, or ranted on an abstract ob traditional objeot of worship, as the ease might be. Very likely there were few ideas in the sermon, or, what is infinitely worse, no teal feeling. Bat there Was no lack of words; the tone was suggestive of atgumen...

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

l*cd =1 Arpoih'TKKNia -William . TheepbHus Bla-' keney. and Sett bttirep Pettnou, E>(i, to be Depot; Registrar General!; Francis Thomas Oregory, Esq. to be District SnmyM (or ths Darling Downs and Mara >ca districts Tax 1''sbl1>o MAIL.-We observe it notified in the Government OattUt thst tl)e Souchaye will be despatched from Brisbane, via Torrei1 Straits, to Bstavia. on Friday, the 8th April next. Parties wishing to send letter* home from Warwick in nit therefore polt the same en Tuesday, the 8rd April. The English tnalla < by the old route left Warwick lUi morning. MOB* I'bibmtivi Pbbcbases.-We perceive that Mr. Tbomas.Oootto has been pertained to paichau under the preenpllre right 4037 teres of the North Toolbnrra ran { Mr. J D. 'Vignollee, M2 ucrei of Western Greek ran | end Shepherd 6tolth, 66i acres of Felton ran. j In the Supreme Court, on the tlk iw* be fore their Bonon the Olilef Justice and Mr. Justice Latwyohe, Mr. Bramston moved the .onBrmstlon of the ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A CURIOUS DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

A ODRIOUS blYORCE CASK. Mbaiu X. MiiJW.-This *11 ? nut U- ] stltuted Id th» Court of Divone bjr the husband, tha Rsv. Wade Mar tin Meara, who aned \aJoma yauyeru for reatiUtion of oonjngal right*. The petitioner alleged that the respondent bad* aiooe the 2&tb of. February, 185.6, absented herself from him, .ad refused to cohabit with bin without just fans*. Tbe respondent made a gene ral denial and, charged the petitioner with cruelty and adultery. Mr. Best «m for the nKiUoner^and Dt. Spink* for the reapoa dpgt* ,Mr. Arthur Robert Qoslpw, the reepon "debt's brother^ waa nailed by die petitioner to prbveiba mamaga and the handwriting «f iereral of the respondent'* letter* to ebowtbat nppHeaiion bad been made by the petitionee tobiswife to setose to him. Dr.-8pinlM«onLkDdadUkat itwas/withoot prfpedent that a suit for reatitution of «od JagalrigbUsbonld be aaintsinaUe where the petitioner *u auing In forma patftru. Therewasan older already against him for payment of the coat* i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

? The Parramatta correauondentpofftl^, S. iL Herald write* to that paper jof ®r gross atteniptedoutrage which «u frus trated only by the courageous efforti/of the family-all females. It appears - about three o'clock the other morning ?ome man whose appearance is minutely described, efiecte3 anentrance inld'the residence of Mrs. Green, a wWowJIdy residing on the Kissing Point Boad, about amile and fl half distant from the town. The villain entered at the window of a bedroom in which two of the Mines Green tlept, passed through the bedjfjMip, and thence through the room in ittueh Mrs. Green and a third daughter slept, into the front room, where he'tdbk-a prayer-book off the table, and raissd'.the. [ window of the dining-room-apparenlljr for the purpose of affording mean* at escape if nec-asaty. He then must bftre returned to the room where he flusteu tered, and lain on the bed where the two Misses Green were- One of them awoke, and taking hold of the . awn'# .(ace, screamed out, when ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

THE OLD FAMILIAR PACKS. 1 have had playmate!. I bar* bad eompintoM In my daya of chlldhcod, In my Joyful acbool daya; All, all arc gone, the old familiar faoee. I bar* bean laughing, I have been oarotiling. Drinking lat«, titling late, with 017 boaom oro oieit All, all it* gone, the old familiar (MM. t loved a lave onae, f»irc«t among women; Cloaed are hsr doora on me-1 moat sot aee hat All, all are (one. tha old familiar Cue*. I bad a Mend, a kinder Mend baa bo DIMS Like an lograte, I left my Mend abruptly; Left him, to mate oa the old famUlar Am Ghoet-like 1 pactdronod thabannlaof myeblld. hood, Bartb eeemed a daaart I wu boand to bania, Sacking to find tha old Sunllbr faoca. Friend of my boaom, (boo, mora than a brother, Why wart Una net bom U my U'ber'a dwell tal* Bo migbt we talk oi tk» old {acaiUarfroea. ' How aqjne they b*T« dW end «ome tbey ba*« Wtme, And etyne an taken from me j all are departeds All all are gone, the old bmUlar fkoea. OuttHU».

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS] [GREVILLE AND BIRD'S TELEGRAM]. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Facie ova own- COBBESPOJfDKin.] [oUTJLLC ASD BIBO'0 TELBOEUt.] . arBNBF. been ntuudedlbr sentence Hwrii, found guilty of fraudulent in solvency, bu been eentenoed totwo je*r»' impruooment The nail from S^dw to Wellington waa fobbed near Ironbnrjc on Sunday by a man end a boy, armed. - Nothing vu mining.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

Htfamtnb* waited, ASMAET-t(MJTfl m an Apprentice to the Printing Butineii. Mm* bo aMo to read and write,-Apply immediately at tW» »fflce. A f ABU. > Bent, i lei from trtb February, 1866. TTTANTED to Bent,« FARM Within two or W tliiw~6Uee fivm Wurwick. And; to J. O. WHITE, Jo*. KB. THOS. ADJDENBBOOKE, ATTOBNEY, SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, AND CONVEYANCER, wahwick. 4V Temporary Offioeat Mr.Heinlni'iDowM Hotel. »» KB. OXEKHAM, ATTORNEY, SQLICITOB, pbogtor i*D oovinsBioirKB roK xmoLrm, ^WAHWIOK. Ul' ffiaryick plrtrict Qonrt. , MB. HJBtBB. AtWwy, of teewksh. will «tt»nd the Metropolitan DiitrfetOooB, to be beli at ffarwlak oa the 16th and Wth Harob past, K>i mW be ocmwtted at the Orlterton&Wj. ? W, .5 ? ME. J"W10Slt^^rABffilPVdlaitor, from Toowoomba, will be in.Warwick, andean be contslted .t tbe oOae *f *r. 3. C. WIU1®. J«Br.. erffotBlBg Kitted * M'latoririi 6grp ,-Jj. ' #*afc«fc >fcr the BUcfa. MONDA1 fanned that the apprtoante mi private fiSftiSjoS^ WHITE. . PoUoe M«gUtr»e«.....

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 — 14 March 1866

AERIVAt AND DEPARTURE OF j THK MAILS. ARRIVALS. from Maryland, every Monday, at 2».m. " Britbant and Tptteick, every Tueiday at B«m, and terry Friday at 4 p.m. n Britbant and Ipttcick, ma Drayton, tvery Thurtiay, at 8 p.m. " Ltybun, via TWyof Digging!,tvtry Wed' nttday. at mm, . AUora, Drayton, and Ibeiwemla, tvery Thuftity, at S ?M. DEPARTURES, Ar Maryland, nay fieri Jag, at * P.m. " Britbant and fptwick, tvtry Weinnday, at 4 *J>" and ntry Saturday, at noon. " Britbant and fptwick, ria Draytvn, tvery M*ndau,attpM. « Lrybunhnt fhlgai Digging, totrji Tkurt dag, at 4 mm, " AUora, Prnyto*. and AnrnM*, (my Mtndey. at 8 p.m. tf.B.- Tki mailt clou at tkt Rut-oft* half an hour btfon departure, tut Vfktn tkt atpor/urt tafcu place at M wlf (nr ti Ike aemiiv, tkt meit Metre al 4 p.m. »n Ik* prtaiom evening, ? Tkt Skglitk maU dctu an ar about tkt IStk ./ every montk.

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

\ THE WARWICK ARGUS *» TENTEBFIELD CHRONICLE Fpiufillibed ererr Wednesday and Saturday morning*, and forwarded to all parts of the AnitalUn colonies., TEEMS OF BtJBSCBIPTION. Quarterly {to adrinoe) 8s. . DiU4<ciWlt) 10.. Oijiai* nnaiMlofaBlei bj prcpajmast will ». .Are wottenttoi. buarten tenninata 81at January, 80th April, 81st Jnlyifcnd iltt October. Subscribers wliHng to withdraw their names htfdnliK win be required to forward their realiiutlonltofatiierwiUi all atresia) direct to tbasffiee atla*stfoo£een clear daft before tha atpjraUoa goiter. 1%IU8 fOB ADVKB'rifllNG. Two line* .............. .;... I | ! S Eight lines... ....4 0 BMr kUWml. In Itaii« atiaer . ......I { . .fjatg*, *»d displayed .dnrttinaiita. as par ^$i*Uooai>t allowed on ndfBrtisoments rafmotw than tlx oofleeoutive Insertions, i, marriages, or Aaatltf, fte.JMch Inter* .In the absencao'fwiitten Inatrnbtloni lo 8» oont}^/^«r<.i»*inetiti will tola»«rted twti( by noon on tfondaye aa^l^bnrida^...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE warwick Argus, TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14,,1864. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

THt ? *m TENTEKFIELD CHEONIOtE. WEDNESDAY. IfABOH M, IBM. on Friday &.& will give the xeaidenta of Warwick #a4- tiuN» reaiding within. A xadituof-SP Kile* of the town the oppor tunity -of participating in, th# dutiaa of Mm jiwyejitwn-i privilege from which they tyfee Iwea debarred in conae^uence of the townbemg beyond (be pnaabibed 4wMobe % ' eummotta tut the Aaaiu Courts Mden ct Tooarooiuba.. The inatituiaon of trial by jury i* of . wy ancient date, ^tending u farback aw 88i8,»uppoe«d to be {ntaoduoed by Auatn; ptte*tqh<ffitffa attribafra tb« introduction to ttfe Ba^on' lieptarcby, whiobteraiaatedui 8J2&^ben became aole aoa«r<b «f #Dgkabd. Aurora vera nadir, reaponaible ;prf&3$afr *fa>1a Vldtrlal by Jnrjr baa'nlmyal^ViiafM en M the gtMt bulwark of Uta peopVa liberty. i la Scotland, Chiernaey, Jeney, Stautoe/juriaa decide iiya n^joritpt but in the Utt«r oouu 'jy a lair vu puaed iu 1681 requiring tt» m^jurity to.be two thiribt ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY. MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

MoniT. Mabch 12. (Before J c. White, Keg., P.M.) Charles G. Wilton was charged with .tealing a filly, the property of John Deuchar. Mr. Deuchar made DO appear ance, but proxecuted througta hi* book* keeper, M*. Armietead. Ia December, 1865, Mr. Wilson, of the Beserve, found a filly on hi* run about 14 mobthi old, un branded, and supposing it to be the foal of a mare belonging to hi* brother, the Itev. Ms, Wileoti, he got it ihto hi* pad. dock.' The foal - was bay; with a long jwtitiBr.ciSat, taking jM*»ok like a-roitb, Wder -which colour it was ' advertised. Notbtln* elaimed by any one, Mr. Wil son btanded it with his own brand. Borne time after, the filly *a* claimed by (be Qlengallan storekeeper, John Cairn*, who, upon application to Mr. Wilson, w*a told he could bare it provided he made an affidavit cus to the ownership and paid ex penses. Upon the matter being repre sented to Mr. Deuchar, be directed Sir. Anuiatead to prefer a charge of illegal possesion, which was tried on the ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK.POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 10. (Before J.C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

"WAEWICK. POLICE COUBT. S*.rUBDAT, SifcBOH 10. (Before J. 0. White, Esq., P.M.) John BrCann Was charged with taking clothes away from the Warwick Hospital. There wa» no appearance for the pru&ecn tion» and the ca*e ou accordingly dia miwed. John M'Laren was rued by William Bilfingiley for £18 6»., balance of wages. . The plaiutlff was hired by M'Laren for tjree month*, (he term expiring on the tith March. He awow that he received bia discharge en the 18th February last, having been told by the defendant there waa no more work for bim. Plaintiff made no objection, but applied for payment of hii teeuuot, and «« told that the defen dant intended selling off everything and would pay bin. Plaintiff nevei put hi* caae into court until the expiration of the .is month*, when he aued defendant for the full time, although he had bsen working for knottier man. The Bench awarded payment of £8 16*. balance of account , to February, with 10*. cost* of atljuurn <ment for one day...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. March 8 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

SYDNEY. Mirebl I ; The wual Weekly wool sales w&i held to-<Uy, and but little alention io prices wu observed. The Judges of the 8upreme Court re used to-day ton-consider their verdict in the cue of Bertrand. A new trial is to be moved for. Match ®. lie Assembly hare negatived the Imtpi. gration Resolutions altogether, and refuse Hi grant any vote for carrying them out.

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ROCKHAMPTON. March 9 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

cBOCKHAMlTON. h tl«. .. . . Mwcb'6 | 'Ketta om Men received In town that a » jltfoliird named JPfirfluh&rMh |ua twin - towderefl ial'logMUn btatii«i,t}W^,Ciebo. It ii ft&»>a*ed the murder was committed > by tt® black*.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

ADELAIDE. March 10. Mr. CiaxVt, ef the firm of Clarke and Dodton, «a killed yeiterday. The LegielttWe Council have negatived the bill giving . drawback on goodi traos ferred «w the Murray Hiver.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. March 8 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

MELBOURNE. March 8. ! law* are mil nuooan elloat that the , Governor hw resigned. They are, Low etnr, unfounded. The Legitlitite Council, it» reported, | will reject the Tariff Bill.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

Corrugated Galvanised Iron. THE vndetatgned has i taiga wulraMU al tlw abfcre far.Saie. " 3. O. WHITS, Jjjor., St /? Stock tad Station -Agent, -fcc, Sydney Family Wine ft Spirit Depot and Grocery Stores, 482, GEOBGE-BTBE.ET, (Opposite tkeMarkets.) THADE «AttK8; ACT, MES8BB. 8. BENNETT and Co. lake ttila opportunity ol ocqulntlug their customer! ui the public that «alf Articles a old by tliero, both in the Grocery and Wine and Spirit Trade, .re of the brands as represented and. the genu ine quality at imported. - Th« OboIoMi Wines, SpfriU^jft Bottled Beers unpolled. ?-?'?A' ? daCflXOBUE-ST&EET, fdfpNRY. Order* frtro tlie country exsmted with dis patch | and if accompanied by a reuittanoe, 1) per cent diaoount allowed. - 681 . ' ^.owbottt, W^iW-fc AGENT, tMuMMMccft bnxtr. TT AVISO engaged thf*emc<Jofa competent XX Lokdw An.,, is prep*: fed to wecuta ereiy deeodptl'nof <«ooD knghaving Oo retaonable terms. t rders fiotm the oountcy promptly attended ' " ' "...

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