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GLADSTONE. March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
GLADSTONE. March 27. , Intbe evening a large meeting of elec- I ton was held, When it was proposed that j Mr. Norton should be requested to peti tion against Mr. Palmer's return as illegal; anda committee was formed to assist in canying out this object. Mr. Norton ad dressed the meeting, and stated his inten tiAlt of obtaining Legal -advice. The con duct of the Bookhampton papers waa cen sured, and thanks vera voted to the Bris bane and Maryborough press.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
A fearfol mhi ooenrred at the. Lyceum Theatre, Saolerini, N the night of De cember 28, dariug tli« perfotaiance of the pantomime, " fiebin Hood." A gatta pereba tube connecting tbe wing lights U wane detached, and the gM escaping ignited, ant) I land exptosio* look place, the flame ehootiPg^OD tg the top of the .tage. A rtubwaa made"to the door by the andienoe, who thought the theatre wh on fire, bat thejr went slopped by seeing Mite Lonisa Ricardo, who wee engaged u Oolambine Watteao, rush on to the stage enveloped in flames. She had been stand ing anoDgst a gronp collected at the wing, waiting her torn to to on, when tbe flames eangbt her miulin thirl. She shrieked and rashed on in tbe middle of the ecene, where ber father was placing as clown, bat ehe was thrown down fay one of tbe stage ear penters. Mr. Bell, the leasee, wrapped his top-coat round the poor girl, and the flames were beaten ont. The performance then proceeded. Min Birardo was removed home and died in the afternoon...
MELBOURNE. March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
MELBOURNE. March 26. The Upper House »likely to give way, aud tbe late Ministry return to office. March 27. Political afl'nir« are in a state of dead lock. The Executive have recommended the Governor to prorogue, and govern with an Executive Council until the Im perial authorities have amended the Con stitution Act. All Parliamentary business has been suspended from Thursday last - until Tuesday (this day.) There was an immense protection pro cession last night. March 28. , Mr. George, the publisher of the Jrgut, baa been released on payment of the fees. The Governor has sent for Mr. M'Culloch. Nothing definite is settled yet. It is considered likely that the late Ministry will return to office.
SYDNEY. March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
SYDlsET. March 24. | The Mail Service to England, via Panama, will shortly be an accomplished fact. The first steamer is advertised to leave Sydney on file 15th Jane, ibe 2nd of the month if tdbe the day for leaving Southampton, striving at Panama on the 24th. March 26. The Government propose lending seed wheat to distressed farmers. Clarke's gong of bushranger* robbed Harnett's station on Friday morning, and afterward*/uipountered the police near Cooma. Shot* .were exchanged, and finally the bushrangers decamped, leaving twaConsp* andtbe plunder. Clptaln Taylor of tbe ship' Mariana committed suicide yesterday. ThoGoMonDown* station, mar Peak Down*. has been sold, aad realised £45,000. There has been a great fire in Dunedin. Thirty-three houses and shops were burned. March 27. A ParliamenlaJT Committee has re ported in favour of the taking up of tbe Pitt-Btreet tramway. Buahranging offences are inei easing in number. At auction, Califorpian flour faM-tcn tW9 fi?r£I6; wheat at 7s. 6d...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
Two hundred convicts have just left France for New Caledonia. "The firat cargo aailed in 1864, and contacted of 72 aaaaiaina, 116 robber*, with » fair sprink ling of men convicted of forgery, indecent aaaanlta, and other offencea. These figures proTe that capital puniihment, though it may be awarded by a majority of seven to five in the jury-room, ia the exception, and not the rule, where murder haa been proveJ.
WARWICK POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 22. (Before J. C. White. Es[?]., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
WARWICK POLICE COUBf. Thvudax, Makch 22. (Before 3. 0. White. Era.. P.ifr.Y " Empee," & Chinaman, was chatged with stealing a sheep, the property of Donald Gunn, Esq., of. Pike dole. He prosecution ma conducted by Mr. Chubb for Donald Gunn. The priaoner was un defended. He waaemployed as a shepherd at Pikedale, and was summarily dischawed without any wage*, for aheep attpding. Empee brought an action (at wages, whi& wag reported in laat issue, in which he ob tained a verdict with costs, after whieh the present criminal chaive waa instituted. It appear* that on fhl'SSSth February Mr. Gunn and his prerseerwent to Empee's hut during tie abaenoe of the two sfiepherds, Empee and another Cfyaaaan, and they there found a quantity ®f putton prepared like " chanqui^with a fresh sheepskin on the fenoe outside.' Die overseer counted Empee'* flock on the 16th February, and found two sheep short, of whioh no notice eeeaa to hare .been taken. He Main counted the .Bade on the let M...
STOCK,STATION, LAND, AND PRO. DUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
STOCK.STATION, LAND, AND jpttO DUCEEBPOET, Tk* feil**int MM tha tpllky pdOM for Ik* %Mnth t- ' ? .' Snap.-JKaldw mi, tSa. to 16*. | thee, ionulllm}Hi«,Ui.tg IS* ;*g«d, 10*. to. 12a.; (at wtkia (prima), 13*. ( atur* Wtkm, S*. 1 . Oinu.-Ftt baliooki, fit to*.; MM, £8 10*. to Mi stars cattle, one -year to aged, *qa*l mm, U*. la M*. Hoiwif-HiAII InAftor, tt to £10; good, CU toUti I1UT7 Aimti|ht, £30 to £(&; mixed nob*, CMo &lt;ftp**l>**&lt;li an deouod. tbntf on bandbnt no **I»t«*l*iib*f, IU f*r too; la**in*, £9 to £10 p*r ton i n*l(*7*. p*r bnthirf. Th* fallowing ub> btn but *beM dar ing the Booth:-4000 a ton »eth»ret 1000 fU wethera. Lmik-Tb*r* l» . alight inoUaiUoB to ipt wtet*. Tha propert* Julonjing to Mr. John H'Luw, ettutad In Ktirey.atreat.fiontelniug httu Mr*, vitfa Maakam(th> .old to Mr. David Bagdan la; £4Q0 t *nd amp nl towp aliotm**t*«t £90 par fcajf agr*. W*r«ttk, tf*ii*9. UN. >
Local Intellidence. Yesterday being Good Friday, the townj presented quite a [?]batical appearance. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866
nfcCttjtntt. imi ICprtetfijr hgajrjijbod Flida;, th* townpre Mnled qaiW at®rt>»tio»l appctnuiM. . . ( JBpiiso Cbkek Huibti.-Mr. ganqor Fnl ten and bli staff m boij laying ont this re serve, which extends over n UM of 16 ? quart mil**, or 10,240 icin, of thi finest land in th» colony. We trait till it any shortly be pro claimed as open (or Art* selection. A public boms if dihIj eonpUM on the land pur chased by Mr. Macintoeh. Tbia will be a great public aooommodation, the diatanoe be ing abont 21 miles from Warwick and 29 from Toowoomba. There aeema to be something wrong in defining the boanflaiy lahifcs of the f*rmi. Some of the pegi inserted by Surveyor Weile, who laid out the lint block, me surely tent page without any cambers or mark* ea several of them, and If heavy rains aet in on such a looea aoll, the pega will he. waehed away fcnd serious ioeonveoieMe aeema. Mrt Pratten'a boundary pega an etooi, substantial poeta whish a bulioek dray scald aeareel/atir. So much for ooloala...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
AGENTS. j Tue id towing Geutlcuion have ln:eu .n^jmintcd Agents for tliis pnper, and %rc authorised to 1 receive subscriptions and advertisements: Sydney .... A.CUMTT. Hi'iabauu - - - Uuuville & UIKD. Mainland . - W HAIIDV. i 'i'tnterfiuld 11. Wilison. riintod and imMihlicd by P.UJ^k litrcum *ole proprietor, at tlio '. Albion- | t-trrut, Warwick, iu Oic &lt;:oli>nv&lt;i t^Hrciislniitl- I andaU't j,t -s1ii:il, Until, I IU til-- ..J .\,;4V N.l. - 1 ^VtJu-.'i'Uy, 1 M.-:/ ' j IMPORTANT NOTICE. HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Warwick and the surrounding, districts that they hare just received a large supply of NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyers will &vour them with an early visit. 166 ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, Prints Calicoes of all descriptions Winceys Wool plaids Wove plaid shawls . Saxony flannels Black lace shawls Flowers and wreaths' ? Embroideries and laces Ribbons Trimmings, all d...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
ntSCtfCCfllTCOUS. A Trofioai, IDEA OF -"Des criptions of mow, (rust, ice, aud winter scenery have a singular attraction to the inhabitants of hot regions. These are to tliem the very romance of nature. In my travels in the interior of Java, I met with a most accomplished lady, wlto was burning with a desire, about to bo gratified, of visit ing Europe. ' And now tell me of all you hope to tee ; from what do yon expect to receive the greatest pleasure t' ' Oh/ she answered,' a forest without leaves !' To her the everlasting green of the tropical woods had become intolerably monotonous ; but no doubt the experience of a freezing northern winter would bring back dear re membrances of tropical trees, and fruits, and Honors, even as au Icelander travelling in our temperate climate onco said to me, ' How cau you live without seas, or snows, or storms ?' "-Sir J. Bote ring, in Fort nightly Review. PMJTONIO Acrivrrv IN JAVA.-" The materials for studying the power and the produce of volcanic ...
MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
MUKDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. The schooner Tamar Queen, 103 time register, from tlie Azirea, arrived here ibis morning under cbnrge of Mr. Thomas Piokard, who was assisted only by Samuel Browu, A.B, and the oahin boy. Tliie vessel bas been engaged loading fruit nt tlio Island of fit. George's, and bad part of bet cargo.oo board. On tbe 2nd instaut they bad to slip their moorings in conse quence of heavy weather. At that time the crew consisted of Mr. Trembills, the master, Thomas Pickard, mate, William Hart, and Samuel Browu, able aeainen, and a cabin boy About 16. One of the crew, who left England in her, was ashore eick, in the hospital, at Fayal, end the British Consul at St. George's sent on board iu his place a Portuguese seaman, or boatman, about 35 yeara of age, who badbeen assist ing in loading the vessel. This wad was discontented from the first. He took no meals regularly, aud wodld not go below to sleep. He wished to be set ashore while they were working about between the isla...
THE Warwick Argus. AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
THE [arwcfi ' > . '4 AMD $ENTEBF2ELD CHEONICLE. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 4, ISM. A CM ku beard at the Po'L-e Office on Saturday last (the particulars of which j appear is another column) wliicli so (seriously affect* the landlords of teue- 1 meat* in the town and neighbourhood that ve may be pardoned if we dwell upon the math't Ley end a mere passing remark. It'aeetas that . baa named Hick* mihm let certain premise* in Warwick to JOHN Weioht, a.baker, for three j months, subject to a week's notice, or a week's rent in advance previous to re moval. Tbe time expired, and Weiohi continued in^po^esaion of the premises for a abort time, when Hemicikos gave faim notice to leave in the presence of a witness. WBIOHT told him to get him out as best he could. Consequently, Heuuihob brought an action of eject ment under the Tenants Act of 1863, 17th Vic., No. 10. This Act, it may be observed, is altogether omitted in | " Paixe's Statutes," whether purposely or not we cannot say; but if the Sta tute...
AMERICAN LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
AMERICAN LADIES. The American correspondent of the Spectator, writing of American ladies, says: -" They shrink from appearing fu foil dress, however moderate its so-called fulness in* a tall, or in the open boxes of a theatre, or at the dinner table of an hotel, which is open to the public, and where they may be in clots proximity to the entire strangers of whom they kbow only that they can afford to pay for tlieir seats or tbeir dinners. The distinction made in this respect is very j .narked at the opera, to whioh ladies do go j in fall dress, end from the opera to parties. j But they never go in foil dress unleis they Lave a private box. - In the stalls, the par quet, on the first tier of boxes, where single aesU are sold, they appear in elegant deiui tuilette, often wearing bonnets of incom prehensible struoture and wonderful to be- j hold. And this is not . matter of ' set' or fashion. The same woman will be at the ' open on one evening in full dress in a pri vate bos, and if sh...
SHOCKING DEATH FROM STAR. VATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
SHOCKING DEATH FROM STAR. VATION. A. peculiarly shocking cue of death from .tturvetiojfc.was investigated by Mr. Bichnrds tbodepfljy'*oroner, at Bethnal Green, on Jjf^ie person on whom the in quest washeld was a married woman named Julia Saiuoftb, Bellinger, aged 49 years. Mr. BaphaelJieldola, a surgeon, said that three weeks ago an old lady called at bis enr^ery and said, " A woman is dying of consumption at No. 5, Havelock-place. If yon are passing by call in, as your opinion about her is wanted." As witness did not conduct his practice in that way he did not oall. On Christmas Eve be was sent for, and be found the deceased dying of starva tion. She was very much emaciated-she was a mere skeleton. She Jived by the aid of stimulants until Boxing Day. Tiie pott Mortem examination proved that there was no food in the stomach or intestines of the deooased, and that she bad died from ex haustion from sheer want. Mr. Burrows said tbat the busband of the deceased was in full work, and wa...
ROCKHAMPTON. March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866
KOCKHAMPTON. March 29. I At the Criminal Sittings, to-day, James Hurley, charged with the murder of Wich man, of Clermont, was found guilty of manslaughter, and sentenced to fifteen years' penal servitude. March 80. ^afford, alias Wrench, has been sen tenced to ten years' peDal servitude. Mr. John E. Rutherford, late a chemist in this town, was arrested yesterday on a ch&ngof having perjured himself whn gividwvidence in the cate of Eutherford t, CMnpion, and in which case a verdict wrtTpfcn for the defendant. ' Sit reported that tfoo droilgbt in the Comet ana Springsure districts is begin ning^ be seriously felt. The blacks are still very troublesome ou stations at the 1'eak Downs.