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MELBOURNE.. / [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

MELBOURNE. . / The execution of Jonee (or the BiHult murder Iim bean poitponed fore week. It ia thpught.ibe priioneris insane. There ertjnoiignsof the Edgfi^ nwU. - la the forthcoming MelbodfOs: r&coi, Ballamt u made fleet favauriteby Are to one. \ ,-i In the Ballar&t Steeple Chase.the match between Bar*on&ad Panic i» off.;

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Atridged from the Brisbane Daily paper) TOOWOOMBA. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 March 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS* (Atridgei from <*« BtUitiu faptrt) I TOOWOOMBA. March 8. j 'ifee delay m the arrival of tbe mail yeiterday arwe from a break-down. No aerwua injury fnta earned, and alarm m 1 «*pfcrf*)ly oceaBionod from tbe fact that j employed moat carefal driver*. ^ < TheUfctriet Court «u opened to day i bjrilr. SbeppartL Tbe member* of the ! barfreaeot wereMr. Gore Jonet (Crown proeecutorj anil Mr. Cooper. Tb«e werp no criminal case*. Mc.,Rawlui«> th« Police MagUtrate, on betfnof the Sheriff, priaented the Judge . with* pair of white kid glove*, and in d^bg'ao mind to the previoua aaaicea, to allow tbM {wraaOi charged with tbe. eoaHnMaio* of crime came from the in* tetf£r,*s4 not from the actual diatrict. He,alio remarked that during the black «l4le|, twd ye»rs ago, the eaiae fact had 49a lookingover the eaata, the Judge agptoted hi* pleatura at not being on hu fiait *i»U caJJeii «poi> to try apy criminal caHe,*od hoped that there would be rea ..ofor ...

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

WEEKLY CALBNDAE. )6un t\»n, ». « . e « . . e . « « . 7 C . 7 « . a « . s 8on*UJ m 4 . IS e . u < . 18 « . u . . 11 < 111 * . 10 MM.II IS I? 191 Wei , Tfcnri. Kttd»7 |S*t BOM. Jb*, TIml Moon'« AC*. { fc. ? 38 87 «8 M 1 a 8

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

MARRIED. On Friday, the 9th instant, by the Rev. J. B. Watkin, Weslayan Minister, Benjamin Ingham, of Amey, China, storekeeper, to Mary Miller, of Edinburgh, Scotland.  

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

SAYINGS BANKS. BttANOHBBof tttibmOnkw now ma .t BHlbui. BtNii (tWt Oniwl«Sf nuii, (WrlMD, (taMM, WUt^ Obnlui, Oonlajmlne, Dtlln. Drayton, . aayndah, Olad itone, Goomllwlnil, IpawVoh, LejWn.Kw boroagb, JtTarlboronfh, lfackay, Soma, Ht latabtba, Stmt, Spnntnu*,' TcMjoo, T<ieeebm MWinllb, Warwlbk, and Wareriey. , DtpOfitl to IDT UDDBOt from ft, upwudlcajo k« tnftd* «ad withdrawn-it any of the *bo»e Bankidariaf ordinary o&oe hetue, anil** 8atur- 1 day erenlogi. InUrnlmltt« rfh 6 jmt tint ptr annum, ! it eUohti to itpontori- ? nfr^rMir A lU tlbM JSm** :: "? St Ht« faoeHmwy'e Oatnmkod. ta, . JOBBUA r. BELL . 1 j TTIS Esoallency *b* Oowtoi wlft the; eS-; JjL via* tit Uta EiteWUtre OooDoilt hi* been njiiirt U> direct, in Moorfance with the pre dion* of Act 88 Victoria, No. 18, £at onaoi .ftar the 1st proxttSCHiOfjfrTKmmiat <HU n*. oelri PutkM of *mall <JoT*rnmant « Uootbv AUovmiom, ? .t «Hy Settngi flank OfBoe throughout the Colony. Kmill life Inn...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

KloqocnC^ H A Yahkxk AoVOOAT*. -The following plea of ft spread-eagle lawyer needs. to oommenl Geotleinen of tbe jory-the Soriptare* Midi, ? Thou shalt not kill! . Now if yoa bang toy client you transgress the command** click .l grease, and as plump ai agunseegg in a l^afar'tfaoe. ' Gentleman, murder ie mur der, whether committed by twelve jury men or an bumble individual like my client baring killed a nan, bat ie tbatauy rea COD why yoa should dosof Mo »noh thing, gentlemen ( yoa may bring the prisoner ID guilty; tbe hangman may do biaduty; but that will not exonerate you t No auch thing.' la that case yon will be murderers. Who amanft you ia prepared for the brand or Gain to be sUmped on his brow to-dsy t Who, fresmen--who ia this land- of liberty and light. Gentlemen, I will pledge my word, Dot one of you has a. bowie-knife or pistol ia his pocket. No, gentlemen, your pockets are odoriferous with" the perfumes of . cigar eases and tobaoeo. Yon can smoke ihe.iobaoco of rectitude i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THOMAS COURTS,THE RICH BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

. Qthomas oooir^, wle bicb BANKEB. Thomas Ooutts mi a oliarl table mail) thotgli vary strict in all bliltnl ttUSw* ships, end, in old age, very miaerly-looking Tnhis wo bMiring slid sppirel.1,1 Sfl Was, ?wording to a not very friendly critio, " i pallid, sickly, tbiOjOld gentlemen, who won a^feabby ooat and'a brown scratch wig." One diy a good-natured person, fresh from the oountry, (topped him iu the street, and '4fftred bim a guinea. Ooutts thanked bim, Oeolinsi the gift, saying be was la no iui qi«i>if4« want. The banker was by no meatiiitiogy,.bowe»er,Ja fijy cassis whieh .Mjwto* ,5a parse .ins alwaya opea lor the runt 01 the dietresied. He was also 'famous' for' Hie dinners that be gave, and tbe crowd of wits that those dioners tempted into the circle of bis acquaintance. Especially was he food qf theatrical eooiety. Playwrights and actors always found bim a good pfctron j1 and, eitberin idle compliment, of beoeuse; bis opinions were worth heeding, often con aalted on even t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Br ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [GREVILLE AND BIRD'S TELEGRAM.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

> ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Br ELECTBIC TELEGJMJU.] [MOM odbowh qobbespoiidkntb.J [OEETILLE AHD BISK'S The P. and 0. Company's mail steamer , Madras arrived at King George's Sound"! on the 11th instant. She left Galle on the 24th February, and encountered moat fearful galea on the European coast At many as 400 ships were lost in one month. The Hannah More, from Brisbane to England, via Callao, was lost "with all,; bands. » . the steamer London iru wracked $».; the Bay of JBiscay. 220 peruna were lost, and only 19 saved. She left London, on the 80th December, and called at Bjfe. ? Helena on the 4th January, wher she had fine weather for a week. During the succeeding gale she laboured hetvily, anjl. f^eoune dismasted. Therwredi of jthe , hurt*- stove in all the fetat# tave one, 9 Which saved nineteen persbhs. The flrcp were washed out. Immense, eumsl of money wen offered for « place iij jthjs", only boat that was left. In oaf caap ,a thousand guineas wen refused. ' Th£: captain...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE DIVORCE COURT. (From the Suturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

THE DIVORCE OOUBT. (?From III Stturdaf tnfi*.) Amongst other things which the present eeaeon brings with it ii * dally flood of dirty literature. 'The Divorce Court is opeb, and It need not be fdded that the tide of obecene revtUtions i« rising. The Judge-Ordinary observed last week, fa .naming op the particularly nasty tut of Broad wood v. Broadfecft jtftfhe Pake o{. St. Allan's, jlpppwss' established there*were man; who taon^ht it would be a great evil, and that there are maty;«Wtbfakw;»iHL ylnd tbere are othen'vho know the great relief that it affords. Bat, whatever people may think ca tktl point, everybody jnnst 4>e .agreed, that the disclosures of immorality, the" groameM of oonvereation, and t£e other in cidents connected with the eHojgioe JAichf' this Court hat unfortunatSly'Afy:bjf jjjjA i$f reoeive, ivin itself a public evil." When eueb an admission as this is made from the Bench, coupled thongh it U wfth ao »' knowledgmeot of the neooasitj of that publicity whiohjgrqdy ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

CHINA.. j Piracy is life at ffong., Kong, $$1}- the I rebel force* were wathia tweiity toiler of ? the city. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

Mustabd Planters.-Mustard plasters in frequently very eflSc^ciom in rheuma tic or other pains occasioned by cold. It ti best to make them entirely of mustard and vinegar, without any mixture of flour. They should be spread between twopieces of to in muilin, on the part affected. An a* the irritation or burning become* uncomfortable, take off thB plaster. They should never remain on longer than twenty minutes; *1 by that time the beneficial effect will be produced, if at.all, When a * * ' 1 - ? j---» wash M l)uv dn «m troublesome, apply suooessiyepoid tfi*. bfmted breadSsrambs wetted with lead'water. A mustard plaster behind, the-ear will often remove s toothache, ear ache/kra rheumatic pain in the head. Apblied to the wrists they wiU fieqoently check an ague At, if put ott as soon as n>e first symptoms of chill erinoe themselves. S®T"bowii* -On the-afternoon of 8nnaa*, February 4tb, aman in the em .*it6*£th6 jutebtion ' of returning to his tAweek»fter1ii»how«'Wai fctrnd liulifiw)...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Bribane Daily papers.) DALBY. March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (AbrUfiS from lit Sriibaae Daily papert.) PALBY. March 18. lie Criminal Session* commenced on Friday last. There mm only one case-namely, that Mn. Kim, who wm sentenced to four teen daw' imprisonment for aaaaulting tod stabbing a Chinaman. At the uiO BiMnp fourteen caaea were diipoaed of, nnd, the.Court adjourned to-day nne die.

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(Before J. C. White, E[?]q., P.M,and the Hon. st G. R. Gore, J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

(Before J, 0, White, Ew., P-Miand the j | Hon. 8t G. E. Chore, J.K)' Junes Mriallejr was chatged.by John Fisher with eommittiiw an assault jupon him pn Monday, the 12th '"f frny. MV Obubb appeared for the defcu4Mt» *nd [Ifr: Audeubrooke -for the pteinHff It ' appeared the parties were at the Boss Ann,and having had some wanfil.about ? tossing for nobbles the awdt mi oam mittea. M'Xalley was fined £* Kid cost* of oonrt, with professional eosts.'lbouiit> ing inall to £X IBs. 6d.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. march 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

SYDNEY. - march 12. The Supreme Court hare granted t rale niti on four points against tbe con viction of Bertrand. They will be ar gued on Thursday. . Paper* from Chili report the capture of a Spanish steamer by the Chilian cor-, vette Esmeralda. March 18. Tbe Western mail was robbed near Wellington on Sunday. Hie Attorney-General had an inter view with Urs. Bertrand to-day, oil the subject of the late trial. The most strenuous efforts are being made for the reprieve of Bertrand, but at present thsy have not been attended with success. Mr. Walter Mason, Ions connected with the Sydney Punch and t^e Mutinied Jfww, and well-known as a clerer wood engraver, dropped dow9 dead last night. He mt the brother of Mr. Q. B. Macon, of Brisbane, and was much respected. March 14. The Braidwood mail was Tobbed yester day by Clarke's gang. In the case of Willis-a man charged with rape-the jury were locked up, and stated that they were not likely to agree at alL The members of the Legislative Aasem ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT FRIDAY,MARCH 16 (Before J. c. White,Es[?]a.jp.m) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

;*vftLmiCR POLICE cfygjtfa I JV: ; -EMIUY,JMCABGS (Before 3. O. Wbfte, B»q.;'4\lS.) . . , jTboma* Hfaay j&jupr rod( jranjgptiet . Batleir were brought up on a jeniuge of stealing a cue ofsherry, tbe property >of | Mewrs. M'lntoeh & KLingsforA.1 Tbs etfdiifce having beta heard aa reported :ia the Patrick Ckriut proceeding Aey weie committed for triaL

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

MELBOURNE. March 12. ?The autumn race meeting *m oon . tinoftd to-day. The Grand Stand Stake*, a sweep stakes of 5 son. eaofa, with £50 added, were won by- Mr. W. Yuille's Da; aoa Martin. . ?-' The Autumn Handicap, a handicap sweepstakes of 8 BOW. each, with £100 added, was won by Mr. John (Holland's Sbsiiandoah. Autumn Steeplechase, a handicap. 'fi|ii|wtabM.of lOsovs.eaph, half forfeit,. jm*4. £150 added, was won> by Mb G. Watson's BallanA. ? cXheTown Plate, a sweepstakes of 10 'iirk. each, with £100 added, was won by Mr, 8. WaldoA'a Gwendoline. lbs Helter Skelter Stakes, a sweep stakes of 8 SOYS. each, with £50 added; was won by Mr. 8. Cole's Woodman. ' Flour active. Mar&amp;.l8. The Government will resign if the Legislative Council reject the Tariff BUI this evening. March 14. The Legislative Council have negatived the Tariff Bill by a majority of twenty to eight" . ? i;t u rumoured that the Ministers have tendered their resignation, ho decision has as yet been announced.<...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

MELBOURNE, | _ .. .. Wednwdaj. ] ioe tariff bail. wen rejected by the Legislative Council; by 20 to There vu a verr hot 'debate on the qqpition. Mr.- Eeflpwer aaid, goring to Mr. Miller, tfcat in hi» eottatiyboute, hi? .church, his de«k,hi» peir/ hu iedge^ and ..bis Bible, money ra hi* god. %rv ;

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 — 17 March 1866

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE; OP THK MAILS. I ; ARRIVALS. - from Maryland, every Monday, at 2 p.m. " ' UriiMM and Iptwich, every 7\ittdty at . Moil, and mry Friday at 4 pM. " AAtati and Ipewich, via Drayton, tvfry Tlurt&amp;ay, at 8 p.m. " I/eyburn, vta Talgai Digging!,every Wei netday, at noon. . : " Altera, Drayton, and Toowoonia, entry Tkurtday, at 3 p.m. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Tkurtday, at I Ma. - " Briebant and Iptviich, etery Wtdnetiay, at ti a.m., and every Saturday, at noon.. " Briebane and Iptwieh, via Drayton, tvtry Monday, at 3 fun. "' Leyburn.via Talgai Digging), tvtry Than dag, at 4 a.m. " Allora, Drayton, and Jbouoomia, tvtry Monday, at 3 p.m. k.B.~ Tke mailt clou at tht Pott-ofici hit} an hour before departurt, but when tht departurt takie place at an early hour in tht morning, tke mail eloiet at 8 p.m. on tht prtvieui tearing- J Tht Englith ngjfedHH en or about tit MM of every month. ~

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

. THE . ? ? . -i WARWICK ARGUS '+&amp;lt; &amp;lt; ASD TBNTEEFUEIiD CHBONICLB f B aabiiabed . ereiy .-Wedaeeday &amp;lt;and Saturday 1 nwatW.jaad fcrwwged.t? *11 P*rU of the Au»tr»llM)^ypme». . twwso* eofccwraoN. " "" adrwaoej.t,..^... to. £jj jwejpiiyBsent will &amp;. Slit tffcnUir, 80tb April, 'Mdhar*'--: . * * '4ft withdraw, their namee raqnlred to forward their ?II KrirfeUreVfiiitot'to Mr dayt before the WitiAiilhStiA,v*iiV.. $ 0 i ,KmrgaQV*&amp;.,%n i"*«( m ,.r Q ?.".. .> ?)&amp;'? A M Wiggit «ljoiwd^JdT«»*toq»»B|te irrfOTrf^irmffifrf *Ui oantecatU* ioMctioDi. Sibeebeence of %*ltte» -tnattrotion* to the o4isb^,«4rertU«{!B»ti -will be tneerted w»til k,Wl%&amp;&amp;iy*ndltti ? itor tilewlthdr»wal or ic Ts» Proprietor PRINTING titth xutaciii n^Aeipiiteh.Uiswderkte price* ' * .. -viss3--. - - -' ?*&amp;lt;???>???? ? ^j[ni^ a4p4£o'aVBB, ctnovLABB,' I,AHKI,8, BBOfclPT WMXJT3SBY BOOKS . ^OttroOK ^OOlM. 'r1* lifN'g1' - tj|*ftt^Sa^oa «ll#e Brtli...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, I866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 March 1866

THE [>rwicG qSgffla** TENTEBFIELD CHBONICLE. 8ATUBDAY, MAKOU 17, I860. | THE criminal busineaa inoomnection with Hftie District Court came toita abrupt ter mination yesterday afternoon immediately upontheOourt returning fcfter luncHthe CbOwbPbobicittob declining to prooefed ogainit BiBTQOiiOKXir ROBS, who was charged with c&amp;ttlo steeling, from the feet that the evidence did not warrant a pro tection. ^he crowd which had gathered to heat the trial ware, therefore diyp-' pointed, and dfcperae&amp;ratfaier alowly.tr We are happy to «ay thatac {iff aa the cri minal InaineM wat ooncehved^erything pawed off aa satiefectorily aa cotold be jde aiied. All the prisoners were acquitted; the genttemttt compoalng the two juries had no difficult^taitk inretutting their verdicts, Mid hi* Honor Judge Sheffakd waa tot called upon to exercise the dia agreeable Juty 'of patting sentenoe upon any one. Indeed, aa far at the itridnw in either of the caael* weait, Warwick might lay claim to...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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