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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [[?]REVILLE ADN BIRD'S TELEGRAM.] BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

... 4*""!-1ATEST ? ? TBtJt^HAPHlC NKWA. [tt.ouovm'^wa co)|EBpmfiwn.J' irxpciiiu*.], -' * . JHU8&AN(i. : : ^ V The Ligtot of 'Ag;. fjp fiu "amved, all idHW Ajfouber i^ 'bosbnager* attempted to , wan iB>1to»*;fograay»^W- ffl».y-..' mfakVkZ IMnptwU, ;ind'' Amitrip* ? nfldtreatfd by , /. ,. '. ,j. 'Z

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

BOCK HAMPTON; March 28. .The newH from the Peak Powiw digging* 1 is dull, and little in doing; . ? Tiro shepherds have been murdered by the Slacks at Thomas station, Cotherstoue, Peak Dotras, and another on Wolfang Station. The blacks are reported to be vttyr troublesome in that district.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily Papers) DALBY. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

tBI.EGKAPlUG NEWS. ? ? t .j* I ' (Abr id fed from the Btitbant Daily papert ) ['. ' ' DALBY. ? ? | . March 28. . There ib still DO ram, and the continued Arj new of the weather i« earning appro heimoRi for coming winter. i

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

] ii MRTiROTTRNR. 1 J March 22. <. Mr. Hugh Geoni8. the printer of tbe Arput, is stilt locked np - for breach of privilege. A new Government bM riot y<t be&u formed. Then are several offers' to'itf^ come members of it provided norejeUfc tion it required. . ? i The Southern Insurance Compatiy^hav* paid £20,000, their losses for' lMUrtoieei on tbe steamer London. . I , . ^'March48.' Dr. Beaiiv'fcasbe&i Comm'ittedtbr trial for tbe murder of a girl' irbile frofeUttAg abortion. ?'"** Mr. Feliowes is still trying to form a Hioutrr. Tbe Governor deni< a tbe right of any ope to |uk tbe late Miuistrf to provide supplies, the Oo'dncil fc&vm/refuied them the weans for doing eo. He also refuses i-to grant a dissolution of. the Assembly. l . ' "? ,: . Mr. Velluwei hsi' suooa&oed \is in l ability to Formaministry. "' Dr. Beany, chained with murder, has lieeii allowed heavy bail., ,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

S1TDNKY. I , March 22. The wool aales show much improvement, the bidding being brisker, and a slight aimtoHn -prices jstablished. .; jstowdwin'#: pflblic house, ,.ne*r . ^Ba tnttiw, wias robbed by. a Vliihirager- on Ti^fday niglit last. The fellow was ar '' tettM yesterday. », - * -Ttie mail steamer BUura took' with. . 140,000 sovereigns. f. ?. The estimates are nearly passed. -.«.i ?? -Jlaroh £8 - . " The Parliament will be prorogued. Thursday next. The tistimala*,? w«rp» plased through commit tee--last Jfcjgbb* TbeGoveminent hare £40,000 avaimfej for immigration this year. r.~x ? "A public meeting; respecting', a -memo rial to the late Dr. Wool ley, itfo be.JteldU. 65 Monday. : - -. . -,.; ';5*The Marqu s cf Argyls has arrived fri^m 'California, and brings SOUiona- ofbrttd ? irtitffs. She left foWMreUels loading for ftp colonies. -<? March 24. ' There was a great ficht- yesterdaf-be tween the Chinese and European diggers tiear Bathurat.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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NEW ZEALAND. NOTES ON PASSING EVENTS. (From the Correspondent of the S. M. Herald:) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

NEW ZEALAND, NOTJS& ON, PASSING EVENTS. (fVoM| Correipondent of the 8. M. Herald:) Frpm Taranaki our latest news is by no j ? means aoaattefisctory as of 1ate. The ef fects of General Chute's inarch have not, it would seem, been all good. The natives were cowed and scattered by him in bis , advaoce, and their crops and settlement* utterly rained; but assuredly they could not be mid to be snbdaed, as they would not fight. Unfortunately, the usual diffi "jottlty was felt in drawing a distinction be- 1 ?'tween friends (Friendly Maones) and foes, and about equal disasters seem to 1 have attended Men party. The conse- j queuceis, that a good many -people who called themselves, and were called by othera, Fripndly Natives, have gone over ? to (be enetay. ttis is serious, not so much on account of the numbers who I have wined the enemy, as because the .deftjpWn of 4 party at all at this time ahovrliow unreasoning the resistance, is likelyeto be. So Yaras l eas jadge.the war at Wmtt-...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

llr, Daniel 'WQlitmi, the *ucce*aful | tenderer for the Wwick K*il*»y, ar- j rived iu VtitbiM ou Tuesday JmI. aad at i once proceeded to the woe of operation*. | If i> bis intentioti to*ptuh the - on ' .arapidly u poitible.-Cfownar. '

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

To Che Wonhipfbl the Jubtioes of the Peace acting in and for the district of Warwick, in Queens land ANDREW &LOVER, innkeeper, holding j t lioenae fotthe' Priaoa of Viltk 'fioteL .ltuated «t tht oorher of P*rey atil Warftiey Street*, Warwick, do hereby give DO tie* that I intend applying at (bo General Lf Meeting to be hold for the Diitrlot on inteiid applying at (bo General LlppMing ' Meeting to behold for the Diitrlot on TUES DAY, the 17th day.w, April .next entiling, for a BENhWALw Mph tdoahie.? . . T > under riurlupil tbU 80th lajr ofMahih,' ae thooaimd eight buudred anil, «xty Given i one six. 172 ANDBBW QIJbVGB. D. D. Oaietli pleue oopj three' timfea. To the WorahipM the Justices or the Peace acting in and to-the district of Warwick, In Queens land. i 1PA TBtOtC FLEMINb. Innkeeper,, botyng f a lioonee for the " Ppwii* Hotel,"ajfcute^ in Alkion-etreet, Warwiok, do hereby giro notioe that I Intend to apply at the GenendUeenalng: Meeting, to be held,Cor the Diltriot on...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

ORIGINAL, CORRESPONDENCE., . I the KSitor mil mi h reiponiiklt for any opi nio*! or ciitvu tzpruiti by CtrrUfMimt*,. \ snd wilt always nject pergonal communiem I iicn ttnleu on tubjtcl* of public importtnct, J end guaranteed by the tigimture of the author. (To the Editor of the Warwick Argug.) JJkajl Sir,-In your iMue of tqe l'ftff - inutanl, I noticed from your corre«j>oud6nt * here, an account of tlie Hidden death of an' old inhabitant-of this town».l3ir«» M'Mahon, sad conveying a reflection on the Catholic Clergyman. in not reading the burial aervioe on bia interment. Now I beg leave,moftdiBtinctly,.to contradict him ID hiaatatetnent, m the deceased man waa not) nor ever waa, a member:' ibf-|be-" rev. gentleman's congregation, which'^ii)^ .Conjunction with every Catholic evident' 4ere can teatify ; but an your correapon dent is Dot over, particular in reporting rumours for facta, I tag he will Dot inter-, fere with tbe."tiatholir4 of TenteMM^ U> : £he penon of their clergym...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LATEST CHILI NEWS. DEFEAT AND CAPTURE OF A SPANISH MAN-OF-WAR. (From Le Patri[?] [?] Vapor) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

LATEST CHILI NEtfS.; . DKFK1T AVD OAXTIJM OF A BMltttK. MXH-Or-WAK. ?, (Fh>m In Pttria Mil F*Por-) _ The Minister haaaddrnajwilloall <Gk». wrnon of proviuoee the following oinsa> larr infon&jng tiwuroT ike taltiqg Coradongi ':-' ' V. >r 7 j '' " BantugBJNprBinber 2?it885r 11 haateu tocoiamuui«et« .tb^jrou tW following hotlce, tekefe from , an «ttclal MQiAutBeattiia ^dreMad'.Whieis.^etil^iv day'a d* to % the OomduUtder eftthA Ra tional 'ftfceam corvette KsnesBdlf' to tKe Commaudur-Gh)n<K*l of ifr J$ij|$ji P?-' partmwit of Valparaiso. .' ,'i* ?'? < !» After aebotoaf of one b*lf-4wpr tike Eamenldaiaade * price of thetskrtadeoga, and took prisouera uer " ThepriMM»entakanaiw««jfoUova i The coinmandar, iii officer*, aaifirotnone hundred aud ten to oue hondMedaad fifteen of her crew. V'\' * We have happily not lost bri^eingle miw " P The enemy, on the eontrary, had two killed, fourteen wounded, audatooogat the latter an officer. " The intre...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

.fotttCffimms. into th» Roman sifterhpod, which owns tbe convent in BlaniTford-squire. " fhe coo-' ventuil habit of the neophyte »u bnnitht into the sanctuary in a basket, end after (weeping tbe ground, and who wore a wreath , of white flower* on her head with a veil of the'finest fabric thrown over her) was led out of the ohurob. After a short interval sbs re-appeared, dressed in her con vent habit, with 'no bridesmfclds. The bride's attendauts were four of the younger &vicfe^olding JUhtgl^tapers in their ,'fc»ndF°\BbB tlianxoolpjw? seat with tbe otb*er" members of the" community. Tbe bishop next delivered a brief discourse, the choir.pang ;tbe " Magnificat," aud tbe whole congregation adjourned to the com niijuityrooai, where the best breakfast that cor!0 b« fnrnWiij Vin a fast dif ia snqh a place ?£s wfflgU A>sutiW wedding, cake waa tbe chief object of attraction on the board. Tliia tbe "Bride of tbe Ohurcb" eat in tbe aaual way, after which abe r& ceived the c...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 27. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

| . ? ? ii I.HUJ i "i, yi jj.*ll)ug I , WARWICK POLICE GOIjI^^e.^ TUESDAY, MABCB 27. '. K!';T5- "M (Before J. O. White, E»Q,¥;#:) Allan M'Gmianeu *n auramonea by Thorns* £van for balance of wage* £10 8*. 4d. The complainant .tatedonoaih that on the ISth of October, itH&"*'fce engaged with defendant for six mont&'aft £1 per week and ratipiu, to a^ ^.fiitm labourer. At the expiration of that period: he continued in the aerviee at the came ? rate of .wage* .until the 29 th December,-; ,186s lie claimed watrei for ten week* and one day at 20i. per week, lea* 45216*. 8d. atore.account, leaving a balance of-& 8«. lOd. J. J. Kingaford (wore that By an - was aettled with, up to the 19th October, 1866, and that he received god^a,' and rationi after tbat time which liave been charged, leaving a balance of £1 10*. in j hi* fivour. The ration* were iuo$dafter the defebdant eigued the contract* 'IS* diet for the plaintiff, £7 6a. 10d., with oort*. , (Before Bt. G. B. Gore...

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 — 28 March 1866

ARHIV.VL AND UKPAUTiTII THE MAH.S. ARRlVA from Wirpland, overy Monday at £ " Bri*hnnt and fp$ifiirk. every Tuteday at noon, and every Friday at 4 p.m. " &/ iit>u*c&'nd fptmick, ma Drayton, evtry T> uredey. at 6 p.m. ,, Ltyburn tta Talgai Digging*, every Wed' needay. at noon. " Allora, Drayton, and Toowoomba, every Thursday. at 8 j».» DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every T hurt day, at 1 p.m. ». Brisbane and fpwich. every Wednesday, at «.«;» and every Saturday, at noon. . JJriibdnt and tpewieh, via Draytun, every Monday> at 8 p.m », Leyburntoia Talgai Diggingst every Thurt day, at 4 am. " jtitofd. Prayfon, and toouoomba, every Monday, at 8 p.m. KM - The matt* clote at the l*09t-ofice haty an hour before departure, but tries the departure taket ptaee at an early hour in lM morninp, the mail close* at 8 p.m. on tXs previoue evening. The Bnglieh mail dtws on or about the 16th ./ every month. , V . ,/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

Sau or CHEVIOT BAMS.-A verj Jm portent m|» of C^Wj>tfMee,,th» property of Mr. Brydon, of Moodbw, took pl»oe IntiMA at BeattocV | and l»ni (b« pHia rc*1i*e&, .trowad the tifgfa estimation in' which tbi*,&re«d Ufiwld in tht loe*litj. Titer* were 169 mm pal op. for .&. A foor-ve*r-oM nimad Jeroboani jbrouftht £115; . three-.ve»r-i.ld nwd General Lee reiliwd no let* ,lh»o £165; and i two yea r-nld named AoMti Wntaked down lor £1?1- Anion? other turns given wen £86 lor fiiuaiy. a ttoo-je*r-iild ; two two }eir-vU asinalt milled £68 'each, and ; tmitler taon&lit £67; and no l«M th«a lonrtcen told r^MUM tyrvtafc fate £26 lo £60. Tla)tf>ta1 tain resMvfcd '«u £2484 I0n., heing nmrly an average of fourteen each,by far (be Urgent ever obtained lur Chat iota. *

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

Intelligence has just'been received ilj;. : the ItupSctbrof Police to the effect thit rape of the moit revolting nature jtwjs been- cotiwSltted ou the person. of oifr. j Eliaa Syveri, a native of Jersey, while (jb her way from the Crowe* Neft (footof 1 the-Main Range) to Ipswich. It . would , appear that the unfortunate woman. Min* part«f the war along' «ith a Afcf in charge ofamao nMtxM< William Smith, who committed the offence, eomewhQre about the seven mile creek. The wobJko reports thatshe waa robbed by bim ©fJSJ loiu, and" had her clothe* torn' off and r burned, when aheleft to report, the cir cumstance he decamped. The police,«»r now on hit track, and-there ia every rea-. eon to beliove that he . will be apeedily brought to juatice. [Since writing (he above, Smith baa been apprehended, ii now in custody].-The Meremy. We have oeen informed by a g ntleman, inst arrive i from New England,that when he left that district a abort time baric there wa> abnsd&nce ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE MURDER OF DR. [?] [?]. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

THE MIDLINERI OF JIR.- ML, 1 fFt.em Ik* Avitralmtuhji A, I , « i ' At tt.>* B.lUr«l' Ciranii Omr-.*? *>t^!*i»»' -. .28rd uli'im. itrf^re bit HunorS.r Jfciiliahuil v B«r»y. Ji'iten JOII«E pleaded notgUHtyvtu ?<. IjrwilfiUl v killing,' bv eti voting u-iiii a-.pijt#)r. . Jnliut Harmon Ixiai* 8aenger, %hi -San-: - dale, «m itu 2ud of OrUrtwr laat. <*¥Im pii aoner wm nmlrieuderi. The Clown PiutKituf laid tbe oafce lie far* the jury, remarkitw that, although the' fact* of this caae, eo Car a* the eoiumiaaioo of (lie murder wat eoucerued, were |nr> fectly clear. Hill a tuyderiua* drearily .eecuedlo iiifolvr tbemotiTe forlt; ..-Tharr : wa* nothing at all to thuw the ewiti Urn lad (lie priivber to cumniil tooh a-araafc>a< . crime upon aa apparently unoffending taatr.: He then sailed tbe folio wingwitii***** j>*« .> : WilKam Endeau, bUekWtk at 8*«ra- .. ,^!e(tlepota9r On theday of the murder, at a ^uM Ukra vim o'-tuvk: a,.ip.yji mm ?? going t...

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HORSES—THEIR DISEASES AND TREATMENT. (From the Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

?OrtSES-TFTRTH TUSRA8R8 AND TKKATMKNT. (From lb to ChroDio ronff|i5f,w *feoin DIOD conMijuciiue of uitarrb and b*mn ehitis. It ounairU in ail irrUal}!? *t*te of (be mucus » emhrane of the throat, Mil is otkily excited by exrruiae, sudden changes of temperature, or ntlier trivial causes. It is usually treated by bji" " *11 <ioca*iiin«l lsxstivpi^flJJ tf# met and opium, »r aKowbioauonr eucn as * dnoliin of extract of belladonna, two drachm of' oanpbcr, and four drachms of Cantda holssm, beat op in gruel or treacle and water. KoABiNO.M'atwuwa, .Esa-^Hoann* cnns'ists, in etriot language, in the wasting of aome of the muscles of the l»rjnx, in eonseqnenoe of whieh tbe eartincKfali »» wards at every inspiration, A uKlwyH ol tlje passage being thus diminished and ohatfaetsd, tlie air, in pairing nlonjj, pro duces a peenliar roaring, grating noise; and in aggravated ease* . snrt «f a flap. These sounds are etpeaially ol>ri«u» when tbe in spirations are deepgnea ^dggnMjteped Wh...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

rem Kdbot*.-A colic* ineerttd h.tjbe ] VWrMi't (tatetU (. rather Dbuati piW J OatlOn), inform* the Inlubltani* of Queensland? that the nrnHi by the Sonebeva Ball Matur ) tU BtUrit will b« despatched on FiU>; the ; 6ili'April, ao that thou of oar nidna who wiib to land letter* w twiptpw home dan do to by poctinf is Wmlskon TmdtfMfii-'] ing next before aighl o'oloek. Our paper* of (be following day will be ready in time for pottage. Nxwariria PoaTAi/IaataoLAUTtne.'-We are f lad to aaa Mm following nloifnlkatfiMwi of mostly poetq> altera pnt into operation by tb* Poetdaaiter Oaneml. aa (be observance .of. (baa will land to enasfc* a mow re- . golar tranei' and delivery of Dewapaperf tbu' baa baentheoaia hitherto:-"Coaplalhtrhav ing been frequently made that'nawefrapara M-" .Jfeved to ba poetwt in, Brfeban* ara.aW .He- ' " lirered at their deetinetiOB in ike remote 4ie 3tfMa and eivaral ioataneee of thie alleged^ nigloet Lariat lately baan made ts nkifw. ^iUMwijal tb-> aewepape...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

WARWICK AEG OS y- AM9 - . i - 'F^NTKHFIBLD OHBONXOLE 18 pdUfeM eVerr Wed neednyHid Brtordsj mania '' Aiutrattu loynoBsoifltVKMr. QaiHRh 8*.. (itWjWiwwjiw hf pwp*jiu»ut will tb 8th fumy, 80th April, SOtlBly.wi Wit October. Sabflsribwrtitohlng to iwUbfrtw tbeir puna* fMm.toJJitt irttt ,)M nq<W«4 to. fbrward UiBlr NtijpMtoitbnqiw tmb Ml »n*kr»Y direct to ilw office ttgi'WM the * ^--.l^;|4>4'tll ?!!! f) Cj;,. ,4.. ? T^Ry& yoB ApyBtefiareo. ^ M*8awl& lill '.*.*.1'.'. IlillV'l' » « 4 0 Ew #*Mlfaal < fi*« ii*». w ^ ^ btr^tkcji dlif&ijea' iulrertUeineiiti'*! per A libepiivilwo-^ rilowpa op . ordered mftpmlbpp (Is ooneepntiTe insertion!, gt^|MMkw4mUa,8*. tedtlniar In tttifiMtfp* 4>f'written imtroctioni to tie conbaiy. atTMtlMBBnti will iw jniut«S twUl ouirttxi lunt In to the Office not Irttt thwj twft o'clock on Toe»d»y «na IH dir »ft*rpo6u>i «*U triart tor the withdrawal or .Itomtbaef mtut beunt in bj won on XonUn ttad Uroredaw. , p. Bo...

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