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SYDNEY. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

SYDNEY. March 17. In the Legislative Assembly, the debate on the State Aid bill has been veiy excit ing. The House sat all through Thurs day night, and adjourned at. 8 80 a.m. Friday morning, uutil 11 o'clock. They afterwards adjourned until Tuesday. Buchanan, in ,the course of the debate read ® paper purporting to be the third Epistle of St. Peter, in support of the motion. March t9. Dunn, the bushranger, was hanged to day. He died without a struggle, and ap peared, from the first, to be resigned to his fate. The arguments in the cose of Bertmnd are yet uuflnisbed. It ib generally con-: sidered that the decision of the. Court will be gainst hiqt-in the fourth point, as iu the others. In the Assembly the Attorney-General intimated that in all probably Bertraud ' would be reprieved until the points sub mitted by his couosel had been determined by the Judicial Committee oi the Privy . Council, . }Iawh91. j AfteSTtHalfos beeq granted to 'BW-1 tijandea the first of the four points ar gu...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MODERN FEMALE DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

MODERN FKMALK DRESS. (/Vow Ht Saturday Snin.) If appropriateneaa U the tjeneral tharae taiutio of what we term-barbarian Wtome, inappropriatenesi mint le allowed to be the apceial obMMtoriitio of civiliaed dre**. It b perhapi b*rdlj> poeilMA'to trace th(a di ni|Moe from common mdm to itx first mm. It may bo that in the early Nor man period, in the d*y*-_of ibpJPbflta geneta, and again to tto owif ft| ud«n,^' ther* lived arrogant iHl aoaftnMriig Hto*e-' maker*. who looked on their fellow-being* .a doll*, prated for t}>e espre** purpose of being drayep, and for&d their ooatomer* to eneaae their bodiea in garment* framed not aocerding ,t0 tbe.will of the wearer, bat .of the maker. It ma; be that to the oontinoanoe of thia tyranny were dne the " gorget" of the time of Edwart BL, thr ** homed head-dre**" of ,*im the rnffis and fardingale* of Vaeea/SItaa betb, a* likewiie the hoop pettiooau of the flnt Georgian period. Thia deapotfam aeiema fated to be permanent and peialate...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

MELBOUBNE. March £l. The publisher of the Arqu* u in cus tody of tbe Seigeant-at-Arins, in conse quence of a breach of privilege committed by that paper. The Queen has subscribe# t&OD^aiid tbe itojal Geographical Society £200, to wards the Leicnhardt Search FtiacL ''

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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EXPOET OF WHEAT TO BATAVIA. (From the Queensland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

EXPOET OF WHEAT TO BATAVIA (From iii Queentland Guardian.) It may not be generally known that in tbe neighbourhood of Tenterfield and . Armidale, towns in New South Wain, on the border of Queensland, neither of them very fer from Warwick, there is a large agricultural population settled, cpm posed almost entirely of free Mlebtor*; and that farming operations are carried out on such an extensive scale aa to make the quantity of wheat annually produced there considerably in excess of the de mand. It ia admitted that the last sea son was exceedingly unfavourable for agri cultural pursuits: indeed, it waa so bad . as to preclude the majority of the New England far Tier* from obtaining more than one-half of their usual crops. Not withstanding this fact, however, there are. now tons and tona of wheat lying in store for which they can get no market, al though they would be quite willing to . dispose of it on the spot for five shillings ,per bushel, which is considerably lest - than the mar...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

One good Havanab cigar is found by Dr. Hicbardf<>*i to yield, when its smoke is cuadonaed, a sufficient amount of poi sonous matlrr to induce active convulsions in a rabbit, mH six pipes of common shag tobacco will yield sufficient poison to des troy a rabbit in three minutes. ?bwrtismwte. WANTED, A SMART YOUTH M an Apprentice to tb« PrintlngBnaineaa. Mutt be able to read and write.-Apply immediately at this office. WANTED, A MIDDLE-AGED SINGLE WOMAN to Oook and Wash.-Apply at Mr. Oooperla Cottage. Boaentbal. * 181 1'olioe Office, Warwick. To Patrick Dnff. YOUB Paiaago Certificate for ANNE DUFF hat' beeli Ijrlnf i<i this Office sinse Slst December, 1865. HOEA.CB C. BA.NSOMK, 18S ' -\ Acting Clerk of Petty Sessions. -I II'-. ins -? . ' . . CteMfe Chapman, LAI'ELV in the emp.oy ol Obas. Tnekwood, «t TentwflsU. u»y Liar of something to hit advantage b* applying to F. MORGAN, lt)6 , Dragoh-atreet, Warwick. - -HOTIOE. AGENEBAL MEETING of Her Majeaty's Jdidon of t...

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 — 24 March 1866

ARRIVAL AND nRPATtTHRR OP THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. from Maryland, every Monday, at Ef.ti. " Briibane and tpivich, every Tueeday at noon, and terry Friday at 4 p.in. " Briebane and fpawich, via Drayton, every Tliureday, at 3 p.m. " Leybam, via Talgai Digging!, every Wed nttday, at noon. " Allora, Drayton, and Toowoomba, every Tkureday. at S p.m. DBPABTVRBB, For Maryland, every Thureday, at 4 p.m. " Briebane and fptwich, every Wedneeday, at H a.m., and every Saturday, at noon, " Briebane and Ijpeuich, via Drayton, every Monday, at 3 p.is " Lryburn, via tblgai Digginge, every Thvre day, at 4 a.m. " Allora, Drayton, and Tooviooaba, every Monday., at S p.m. N.B.- The mailt cloee at the office half en hour btjore departure, but ahen the departure takci plate at an early Hour in the morning, tie mail elptee at 8 p.m. on the previoue evening. The Bnglieh mail eloeei on or about tie 10th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

THE WAWICKARGDS <h, DHL fey pr«wm»nt will )»? Quriar* « USlti Jimurj, 80th April, llctMr.«nd SUAiCtoSoMr. ,, , , 8al»orH»«u oiihliig towfthdntw their n*ttw from tiakSttiirUl Ht MUnCtoMwltUlr mlrrjipip ilk'H'"' nwoH utMr>}^£r*et to tin offlat *OSrt *lMr 4»j» toi*{b# pouter. Two lit**-..............».i ..1 6 FoorltliM I 0 ............. 8 0 ,. Lug* vti ' **AUb«rJiilawnat iikmiSm .aT«rtl»Miient» wdanflfcr mow tJhiio slioWiMMri tertian.. lnser not taJ 3S5l'7 WNBam®-' Willi I CJ.BD8,- CATAl0eD*B, 4lB0VtAiSi XABEIA'ldtbli^^ /BOOKS it' torn 9JitM4i^mMmt^aapxM»os. fMatjptttta'% 4»t«0*NiltVtot«. 1865. RiterfM Oiptulj WtttlimHtriMM wita*1 pwgj " ' -'". tewwtTawnnt: " .. nt Mr. GKOHGE WILIUGH, Murlul Stan*. t'llttfcMiSli SOU1"'' »',n eWSSK^SStiSSSK;; _wuwrwmatut^nfgim L»'f »ol<^r«1wUt«i l.^n« E dirty. M '? Is *0ABB ' T«i*96oiWToninoiir«rT Juni 1,1MC& CRITERION HOTEL, PALMERIN-8TBEET, WABWIOE. D. BUGDEN, FBOPMETOB. E1VBBY «tt*otlao pM to Timlin, witli Ci ttsaenih...

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THE [?]arwich [?]rugus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

. 4N1> lENTEEriELD CBKONICLB. BATURDAY, MABOH H, 1866^ Jjf our issue of the 10th inatant we re ferred (a the now celebrated Kikdek tragedy, and we feel constrained to do so again en account of the farther extra ordinary turn the affair baa taken. We have Bkbtiukd arraigned, the jury dis agreeing ahd discharged by the Oeibt JUSTICE, notwithstanding the protest of prie^^bi^* counael and of the ATTQEirer GEKEEix.lhe latter characterising the *diawetioniwy power" assumed by the Jut^e asww*«#M»»/''and further, we have the pt^ner ie-indicted, the Judge assertiugtbat be would take upon him aelf tj» jes^ribiljty, although be wiyM fe»r^{ *n4 foUowingo» tbia we have a verdict of guilty solemnly pronounoed by twelve honest men; then the address of Sir Aunwn SiMMis-a mojt curious specimen of judical Eloquence-in which he infonoa the prisoner, that bia guilt is beyond aU doubt dear. Again, we have petitiona in (aranr of * reprieve, and « Supreme Court atyrarianoe upon points raided by the |jj...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

WKKKLY CALENDAR, _ W»r.21 Med. 'i'hura. Friday Sat. SDN. Hon. |Tqm. , iJMoobi %.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

Tas U.TS. Land JUl*.-We teg to remind those parties who pmchased land <t Hie last Government nil held la Wsrwlok lh»t the r» sldns of the purchase money must be p»M fcj Tuesday next, else the deposit money will be fbjfeited ud At Jul re-sold. Hospit/L OomuizM Kanrwa,-The usual fortMghtly meeting of the hospital committee was held on Wednesday last, when there were present-Her. T. Kingsford, Ysn. Arohdesoou Glenuie, Messrs. Meyer, Hudson, and the secretary. The minutes of the previous nesting were read and confirmed. Thewarda man'a report wet *s fallow*Bemaining at date of lut mealing, 6; (tape admitted, 2; dlsohargad, 6t remaining, it. A letter was raad {rum .Mr.. D. Crumble, stating that ha would not accept the snm oi £10 7s. to ceil ing work, but demanded the fall amount, £12 IBs. It Was agreed that the foil amount should be paid. The offer of the Liverpool end London and Globe Insurance Company to in anre the Hueja'talwaa accepted. The fol)o«r Ing account ,was ordered ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. March 20. THE PORT CURTIS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

BOCKHAMPTON. March 20. THE POBT CUBTIB ELBCHIOH. Palmer. Morton. Marlborough ... 7 ... . 0 Taamba 10 ... 0 Majority for Palmer in the total polling. 106.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

8icHKXta oir THE DABMVQ Dowm. The present wason hu been one. of lie moat unhealthy periods experienced for some time on the. Downs, which bare hitherto been in repute forlheir salubrity. The Hospital is oicrcMwded. Anybody who resides iti the lo»n uiust fed tbc pre. sent want »l° a change ol' weather,-V. J). Onrrttr,

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LEYBURN. (From a Coresspondent of the D. D. Gasstts.) TUESDAY, MARCH 18. (Before the Police Magistrate and Messres Suell and Selke, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

LBYBUBN. ' (from a ArnifMtol of ike D. X). Ow(U.> TvESDiT, MlBCH, 18. - (Before the Police Magistrate *nd Suell and Selk«, J.P.'al . Mr. Haumer applied to the Bench for perauuion to erect ^gates on the part of the roadtt Canal Greek jtatioif^ patting, through hu run. -so - This' application was opposedwfi the part of toe public-by Mr. ObarleeBelVof Leyburn, on the follotriag grounds, vis. inconvenience to the public in rtspect to. the fatail travelling On the Mfd; oa which it is proposed to have the gates;: libich. would offer great opiportuniLis*' *04 the gentlemen of ^be r»lSwhoimifht^wi»b to, .top Iter Majesty's nail, bad, forthetinere,, that Moorts of police biking down pnao-. nen might cbanoe to lose them whififc jBn-. gaged m opening and shotting the Ht» Mf. M'Arthur, who was prevented from - attending personally, wrote to the Bench? objecting to the gates, and mentioned an, instance where be had been driving an invalid in his carriage and had to leave the carriage to open ...

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ADELAIDE. March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

ADELAIDE. Much 20. 1 The markets are falling. Flour ii i n' sd at £1 lower. In wheat there is a neof sixpence. {From IU D. D, Oaulti.) SYDNEY. March 81. Green the murderer's trial hn» been postponed until next Assizes in order thqt he ma; procure ooumeL .. <. The buahrangera, Seymour and 'Iford, 1 have been aentenced to ten years' impri sonment, with hard labour.

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MELBOURNE. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

MELBOURNE. March 17. I . Mr. Cape's motion that the House sup port do Ministry neglecting or refusing to «dopt the present tariff, was carried by a majority of 87 to IS. March 19. A political crisis continues. As ex pected, Dr. Stabling oonld not form a Ministry, The Assembly will meet again to. morrow (this day.) It was resolved on Friday night not to acoept any Ministers who would not main tain the measures of the late Government.* March 20. Dr. Embling having &iled to form a Ministry, the task has been entrusted to the Hon. J. H. Fellowea. It is not be lieved generally tuat he will succeed, Mr. Fellowea expects to form a ministry comprising Oaptain M'Mahon, Messrs. M'Bain, Bunney, Steven, Langton, and {Sillies.

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ALLUVIAL DIGGINGS, CANAL CREEK. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

ALLUVIAL DIGGIKtiS, OA-VA.L j CREEK. (FBOM X COBBEBPOBDENT.) lbere; are several parties prospecting here, with sanguine hopes of a' permMeut disoorery. Ope party of seven old miners are sinking a shaft, and are now about the depth of 12 feet, bat not yet bottomed, Some gold has been procured in the shaft, but not payable at present. The climate of the Canal Creek gold fields is everything to be wished for. We hare had a population of from 200 to fiOO.persons on this field for the last two yews, and is it possible to believe that the grim tyrant, Death, has not once visited us P More than that, we have had no sick ness. The worst case we have had has been a sick headache from the indulgence of too many nobblers over night. .We ? have never for the last twelve months been ' visited by bishop, priest, or deacon; no high-church, low-churcb, or broad«church feuds affect us. We cannot hoast even of a "preachirg shoemaker-" Papist-and' PuBevite shun us; and yet we exist, and?' can boast of...

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 22. (Before J. C. White, E[?]q, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

WABWIOK.POLICEOOtTJBT. Ti -thpmdi*i'toAiftkip.. (Befope J/<5. Wtftei Btkj.'P.M.);- «... iteonnl & Uwter .'m* anmmoned by, John Mob* for £7. wum to him. The complainant atatedne' hired at th» rate of £80 pec jimnum: for himwlf jrad family. On leaving, |Ji£ defendant: re futed to give Mohrbuatoi# Aooouot. The oaae wai postponed till the 80th initaut. Donald Gunn, ofKkedale, wai *am moned by Emphee. (fc/CbfnJunan),' for balance of wages due tuhilD, ^ooiuitiiig to £11 Gs. Tpe oomphintnt said tie waa engaged a* ebepberdfor three. month* from tb* lBth Jannar^last at the rate of £4frjpn juronmti. After aewti' weeki Mr. Graun told bim he wa* Soiling' the .beep, and to be off. He<got no kmm at all. Hie km there three montha before that. The defendant stated th<t he found a lot of {rcph mutton at the atation where theOhinaman maliring, and fcaUnfirwbly taken off. - The'orwaeer, John Mlgga, . accompanied tbe dtfendM/tto the *t«UouK and cocroboratea the ...

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COMMONAGE FOR WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

j OOMMOKAXJK FOB WAitWICfC. ? A abort time, ^ago, the Municipality transmitted te the Government a memorial praying that a oommouage be granted to r.t)>e inhabitants of Warwick. The earns atep was taken by a committee chosen at a public meeting held on the subject, bat it would seem that a wrone course was pursued, the municipality being the pro per source from which such a memorial should have emanated. The following letter WM received by the Corporation in answer to the memorial sent, and we als» ' publish the reply which was forwarded to. the Department of Lands and Work*. We hope the promised Bill on the subject to be introduced next session will have the effect of procuring for Warwick a pieo» of laud on which to depasture the cattle of the inhabitants u Department of Lands and Works* "'Brisbane, 27th Feb., 1^66, " Gentlemen,-Referring. to,tbj>>t me morial* dated February 1st (insta^t)^ re ceived front you, relating further9(fai the subject of the extension of the. jfc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

NOTICE. . To Carriers and the public generally. YOU Mil get too Iba. of 00r.NK:> BEKF for 22a. Cash at (be wl*biMiui«ni of tbe pndersigned. ? WABBANTED BOUND. F. MOEOAN, 187 Butcbsr, Dragon-street. TO TBE WOUBKIFFUL TBS JUSTICES OF THE nioi actini&in ADD FOB TEE DISTBI CT OF WABWICK, IN THE COLON! OF QUEENS LAVS. I JOHN ASPINALL, innkeopar, holding a a license for the Golden Fleece Hotel, situ .ted at Quart'pot Greek, In the district of Wnr wick, do hereby give notioe that X iutend to ap ply at the General Licensing Meeting to be held for the District on TUESDAY, tbe 17th day of April next ensuing, for a HENKWaL of suoli License. Given under my baud this 22nd day of March, one thonsind eight hundred and sixty six. .... .181 JOHN ASPINALL D. 'J>. QouUt please copy three time*. TO TH^.WOpSHIWlIL THE JUSTICES OF THJJ KACE.aciikor in xnv FOB THE distbict OF y&MynCKfUS THE COLON! OF QUEENS LAND. JS&MUKL GOBDON, iii..teeper. holding j aliccnso for thePriucess...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 March 1866

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COtfBT. Tuerdax, Maboh 20. ,a (Before J. O. White, Eqv P. W.) ?' Morrow v. Butler-Claim of £7, valu* of a filly. Morrow, it appears, in March,' 1866, purchased a mob of five horses at" auction in Warwick, ^ndgave Batter £1 to drive them to Killarney, with an un- , deralauding that be was to break tbdfu in. ] The fitly in question Was one of the 'five ; purchased, but Morrow left the aale yard j before he pnt Butler in possession. The ' latter took out fire tones, but not know ing the animals particularly, the filly waa . left behind, and another one taken out by mistake. Aa Butler waa dischaigea, j the hones were broken in by one ! Gillespie, and the hone substituted'.for the filly waa broken in and put into a paddock along with the rest. Sr. Adden brooke appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. 'Stable for the defendant. Verdict fair de-. fendant, with costs. ,-I Newton Bros, and Co ». Robt. Black. -£4 7a. 7d., for goods sold, . Mr. Kings ford, for plain tiffl, decli...

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