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DR. NORMAN MACLEOD AND THE SCOTCH SABBATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

DR. NORMAN MACLEOD AND THE SCOTCH SABBATH. At the festival of the Burns Centenary held at Glasgow tome jew ag", and which all present allowed lo be one of the ain eerest celebrations of the kind they ever attended, there was present but one digni tary of the Presbyterian Church-Dr. Nor man Macteod. The " Holy Kirk" had not been forgotten; bnt the absentees mainly rested their esse on the indecorous and intemperate life of the poet. Dr. Mac leod replied to oue objector that he thought it would be unwise to look too closely at the habits ot the Sootch clergy of Barn's day as pljeete of comparison with BurnB'a frailties; and' lie might have referred to Boawell'a solemn approval of " my Lord Kinnoul'a disposal of his- kirks, never, at any solicitation, appointing any minister unless lie is assured he is quiet in drink." But notwithstanding all opposition, open and anonymous, Dr, 'M«cl?od gave his Messing to the literary solemnity, and pro bsbly egreed with a verse in one of the oompetin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

SYDNEY. March 29. ] The Dubbo police came upon three bushrangers who were robbing Obley'e | publie-bouse. A desperate fight ensued, aud one buehranger wasehotdead, another j was captured wounded, and a third es caped. The Government Parliamentary blui neeB has been finished for this session. * Bailliere'a Colonial Gazetteer was pub lisbed to-day, and a dinner was given to the Press in honour of the event. At tbe usual produce sales held to-day, | scoured wool has brought lull rates. Tallow is declining, and may be quoted at £8 lower.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NKWS. [PBOM OCK OWN CORBE8PONDENT6.] [OUEVILLE ADD CO.'fl TELEQHAM.] ?eyDNEY. Arrived, the King Oscar, from SAD Francisco, with 700 quarter Backs of flour, and 4639 bags of wheat. MELBOURNE. The Maria Ester has arrived from Chili, rio Auckland, with 11,000 bags of flour. WANTED, A SMART YOUTH as an Apprentice to die Printing BusiniSi. . Mut be able (o read and writer-Apply immediately «t (bis office. To Squatters. WANTED, Situations by a Msrried Conpte -the man accustomed to Sheep Fann ing in Scotland. Would make blinse.f useful either to sheep farming or as a light weight amount cattle. The wife a good Cook and Laundress. Wages not so umcb an object as permanent employment-Apply to 801 Til OS. HOEBMAN. WANTED, A RESPECTABLE YOUTH, about twelve years of age, who cno write a good hand. -Apply to Mr. ADDEN BBOOKE, Solicitor, &C., Warwick. 209 " NOTICE. * QENEKAL MliKTING of Her Majesty's JfjL Juslloes of the Peace acting in and for the District of Warwick, w...

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 — 4 April 1866

ARRIVAL AND DEI'AUTHRR of I THK MAll.fl. ARRIVALS. fiom Maryland, every Monday, at 2 p.m. Brisbane and fpewich, every Tuesday at noon, and every Friday at 4 p.tn, ,, Brisbane and fptwich, via Drayton, every Thursday, at 3 p.m. ,» Leyburn: via Talgai Digging*, every Wed' nesday«at noon* " Allora, Drayton, and Toovoomba, every Thursday, at 3 p.m. DEPARTURES. for- Maryland, every Thursday, at 4 p.m. M Brisbane and fpswiek, every Wednesday, at ti a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. », Brisbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, every Monday r at 8 p.m. o Zeyburn,via Talgai Diggings, every Thurs day, at 4 a.m. » Allora, ZIrayfoni and Tboiroomftfl, every Monday, at 3 p.m. JV.J7.- f%e maifo cfoie at the Post-office half an hour before departure, but vshen the departure takes place at an early hour w the morning, the mail closes at 3 p.m. on the previous evening. The JSnglish mail elotet on or about the 15th of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

? t. J-WU ... WARWICK ARGUS . , *** , T3BNTKRFJBLD CHRONICLE If) Dobliataea oVorr Wedneaday and 8»tnrday moirnlnga. and forwarded to all parta of the AmtnauhcotoPk* i MeivOTiStonpafcieA lay ^prepayment .* Ulit MQu«ter» 81ft,jannaiy, 80th April, 8lfj^yff^jM*S^<rthrilwiw their Wdei ' rJfiffiW^ai^a-MVdna 44 t&rtrwtf their Tcd«fiSfatWiiiiW1''**T' *11 aneaia) direct to the o«ci»*tl*a«t fourteen alear.daya .before fap , expkaUon of each quarter? , : : .. %bbm6 fldfe adVbS'i'ibimo. - 4Wtin«e J 6 «..???? BfcWblwa,..* '*» ^Erely "alSltiobU fVV'lUAi, or lAl^ajididUplayidedTartiaamanta ** *?f< Awwf of mitten inatructiona to not laWtbafc two o'clock-co Towflay *nfl Fri day nftenioone.eai orders for Ae or alteration of .ilTeittoeinent*, inwrt beient in by tanOll OP MopJiiyi *p^ ^st^wE, * Frgpiittor, , J.OB PRINTING. tie *« trepans! ftp ex*Mt» #*eir<kacriptlon oi tt'ltlineatueai pad deifjtph, at moderate prlc«a VIZ t- - CABD&, CATALOGUES, CIRCULARS...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

iO SUBSCRIBERS AND JUDYEB, TISBB8. We beg to etate that our Account* for the \ quarter ending 8 Iff March hut are now in courts of delivery, and we lope they will be-Ht&ei without the lecut delay. \ Thou m ureedrt wilt kindly oblige if* by * prompt settlement, ct our requirementt j muttbe obtiow to them. tjT 3%it being the proper time for paytuen ? of tubtoriptiom in advance, we trait our/ friendt will acknowledge the fact by lend ing remittancei.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Apr. 4 W«d. Tfcun. Friday 8*t. BUM. Moo. Tuei.-j JMoon's Age.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Some and Foreign News [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

Tb# Melbourne Ape, of tbe 18th instant, 'has a paragraph stating that a. gentleman in Melbourne bad sometime eioee dreamt thai tilt London, with all bands, was loet in tbe Say of Biscay, and that the dream waa communicated at tbe time to a number of persons who confirmed tbe statement. Vie Melbourne Argut of March 20 pub lishes tbe following in a. telegram trout Adelaide':-"Prospectuses have been re ceived from Bstavia proposing tbe entablinb meot o( four tnail routes monthly with Aus tralia. The projects embrace communica tion with Macassar, as the Netherlands In dia settlements in Java and Timor; tori tbe routes. proposed are to Brisbane via Torres Straits, and Western Australia via Adsm Bay. The scarcity of water at Glermout, Peak Downs, has caused an exodus of nearly (lie whole European population on the d^gtogs. A abort time ago the prospeota < t the gold field !v#sre improving; now the place is al most deserted fur a new rub. .Plearo-pacumotiU is fearfully prevalent...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GREAT FIRE AT ST. KATHABINE'S DOCK, LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

GREAT FIRE AT sr. KATHABINE'8 BOCK, LONDON. OB Monday forenoon much alarm was created ty the outbreak of Another -veiy eeriouiflre at thB Sti Katharine's Dock, nuking the third that hiut occurred in that gnat commercial shipping depftt within the lafcfb# yednt »*hth' terrible fuiy tpThui»day warning, txmBumine nit of two of its bonded warehouses and Saf^wiyifip property to a very latge extent. Th^a&aOttBes Ibnned'paiT of the letter E (tack of warehouse*, oeChpyibgone'Mdf of the north aide of the docks. ihe stack contained some eight or ten warehouses, each four Or six floors in height, all com municatingon*wetffloort!y means . of double iron folding doom. The principal goods stored in them are spirits, tallow, palm oil, cotton, flax, jute.andother mer cbandise, to the extent' of upwards of £2,000,000 valul "The cireutaMUnoea con nected with the outbreak are aomewhat extraorduuuy. Ihe warehouses hadbeen open toine hours, labourers were on every floor receiving goods raited fr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 31. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

WARWICK POLICE COUST. 1 SATURDAY, MARCH 31. J,(J[Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) .John C. Hart «u apprehended, by wairaiit for larceny, and remanded till Moaday, the 2nd of April, for witnesses. Daniel M'Carthy, aged 60, was charged with making use of obscene language in th« publics atreeU on Good Friday. He was fined 20s., or three days' imprison ment. I John Wright was summoned to deliver j up certain premises in Albert-street the | property of Joseph Hemmings. Joseph Hemmings on oath stated that he let the premises to John Wright, situated in Albert-street, Warwick, on the 26th September, 1666, for three months. At < tins stage of the proceedings .Mr. Oxen ham, for the defendant, objected to the jurisdiction of the court, in consequence of the information not being in accor dance with the Act 17 Vic. No. 10, under j which Mr. Addenbroke, for the plaintiff, I brought the action. The Bench overruled this objection by reference to clause 12. The plaintiff continued:-He ga...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

ijoco! slatifel'Cigmcf. Loar m*On Thursday, the 22nd Miroh, tlr« ookob from Warwick took ai paa .eager to Toowoomba,a Urt. Mendel, whose kubud m formerly sheep onnm M Eton Vale. White changing horses at Bmn Creek Mr*. Handel ntlkii sway Into the bash and> the coach hid to proceed without Inr. It ap fnn however that alie nun to the hot* in the ooarie of erection at Bmn Oretk in t partial atate of derangement, saying aha had loit two ; children in the boah and would go to look for | them, and aba atarted off on JTriday morning on bar wandering!. Notice «m sent in to the police at Tooiroomba the same evening, ainoe when, up to Batnrday, Hie Slit ultimo, a party ' at police with Mr. Maude), and several vclun teen hare been in mnh of the missing wo Baa. We underatani that bar bat, ebawl. and crinoline bad bean picked op in different places, bnt thegr have not aeen any otheraiga of the unfortunate woman. She lithe daugh ter of Mr*. Harper, of Warwick, and her ab~ senoe has created ths ...

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FENIANISM IN LIVERPOOL.—CURIOUS REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

FENIANI8M IN LIVERPOOL. CUBIOD8 REVELATIONS. Our Liverpool correspondent! hare _ re ceived from a gentleman, whose previous communications relative to Fenianiam in Liverpool have proved that lie waa a trait worthy informant, and capable of getting at the eecret* o£ the toi^dittant brother hood, some information which he aasurea them ia strictly true, however abanrd and improbable the facta may appear to any oue outside of a lunatic asylum. The purport of the communication ia that in Liverpool, which has always been one of the great centres of Feniairiam, and where. the chief membera have had active means of communication with other towns in England, Ireland, and Scotland, aa well as with America, the movement ia as vigorous aa ever. Of course the proceedings of the brotherhood are now conducted with much more caution than before the recent trials and arrests. Delegate meetings are constantly held in Liverpool,and attended bv persona from different parts of the United Kingdom, and No...

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MONDAY, APRIL 2. Before J.C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

MOKDAI-, APRIL 2. I ?aaptefore J. C. White, E»q-, P.M.) Sfffcta 0. Hart WAS chained with larceny. VS?prisoner was apprehended at Goon diwindi by warrant. It appears that in October, 1865, he was rending in War wick, and leased a room of Jas. M'Nalley, landlord of the Bobin Hood Inn. In this room were a lot of shoemakers' tools, and a pair of blankets, which Hart's appren* tice-bojr bad the use of. Hart bolted from Warwick, leaving his room locked, and took the boy with him. M.'lv alley on the following day put a man over the partition dividing the room from another one, and on admission missed the goods in Suestion, which he valued under Ms. In efence Hart asserted that he did not take the goods away with biin. He wished to be dealt with summarily, and was fined 40s., and costs of Oourt 7s., or one month in gaol. 11 ugh Henry was brought up in custody for committing a breach of the peace ou Easter Sunday, in fighting with John Brennan. He was admonished and dis charged. John Brennan...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

ADELAIDE. March 29. j Bpticoult has formed a Ministry. Blytheis Premier, an J Limn Commissioner of Land* and Work*. The demand for land in the neighbour hood of Dalby is something extraorJinary. Lots that were vainly offered a few weeks since at sums varying from £10 to £40 .re now eagerly sought after at advanced rates. One freeholder who a few years since purchased on allotment in Drayton street, of half an acre, at a Government land sale, for £10, is represented to hove refused £400. This demand is not con fined to land in the town, but the country land-suitable for farms-has also re ceived considerable attention. It is very desirable that Government put up for sale the land in the vicinity of the paddock belonging to J. Taylor, Esq., and which has been selected as the site for the railway station. Speculators reap the benefit of the present limited supply. Now that every confidence is entertained that" Dalby will become one of the most important"^-some say the most important -" ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

MELBOUBNE March 29. , The proprietors of the Argtu hare re fund to pay the fees, and Mr. George is in custody. The M'Cutlocb Ministry hare resumed office.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TUESDAY, APRIL 3. (Before J. C. White. Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

TCBSDAT, APRIL 8. (uefore J. C. White. ESQ.. P.M.) Richard Matter was charge'd with being drunk and disorderly. This man was fined ;ji December last for a similar offence. When intoxicated be is very violent and uproarious. He was fined 20s., or 48 tours' in the cells. j Solomon Frost was brought up in cus- j tody for committing a breach of the peace on the previous night. Frost was i apprehended and confined by the Police Magistrate for striking ana ill-treating j his wife's sister, and using thieatening I language. He was bound over to keep ; the peace for sit monthB, self in £60, ana | two sureties in £26 each. Leonard E. Lester was summoned by j John May for w«es, amounting to £58 6s. May deposed that he hired with the North British Australasian Company in 1866, and had remained in the service until May, 1865, when he was discharged without any reason whatever being as signed. On the 21st April he went for a settlement, and found lie was indebted 19s. lOd., which Mr. Lester forg...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MIXED HUSBANDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

MIXIW HUSBANDRY. The following appeared m u contrifyn tion to the Western Pott (Mudgee new& paper) recently. The writer says Theories formed by the observation of the intelligent, though often at variance with popular opinion, would, if acted upon, Bometimes be productive of more solid and lasting benefit than the old and practical systems of those who claim experience, though productive of on special benefit, as their sole guide. Yet, doubtless expe rience, wbeu not misapplied, is a arm foundation upon which to build a certain success. My attention has but lately been called to somo new ideuB among the owners of land iu the New England country I believe wnall holders-to the advantages derivable from a system of mixed husban dry, and the introduction of small flocks of sheep upon their farms. I shall allude at present to holders in this district, where the above-mentioned innovation would be found extremely beneficial. Tenants, or others around us, at present confine their o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 April 1866

DEATH.   Killed by the overturning of a cart, at Mun-   dubbermere, on the 22nd ult., Samuel Agnew, native of Dumfrieshire, Scotland, aged 53 years. Rockhampton papers please copy.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A G E N T S. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

AGENTS. Thi following Gentlemen bare been appointed Agents for thii paper, and are authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements Sydney A. ODBITT. Brisbane ... Guniu dc DIED. Maryland W Hitot. TenterGeld - - - O. Vnuos.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

mttftciMva* EGYPTIAN Was AT MOT AVFBCTED BT RUST.-Mr. J, D. Brown, of Ravllle farm, near Windsor, writes thus to the editor of the 8. M. Herald" Sir,-At the argent request of several gentlemen end friends, I forward to you the following feotsconcern ing the Egyptian or oomponnd eartd wheat, whioh is not in anyway affected by the rost. The Egyptian wheat has been long and largely cultivated in the south-east of Asia. It has been known in Germany for abont 250 yean. It has been cultivated in France for abont 80 yean, and was introduced into England abont the beginning of the present eentniy, where, under different names, it baa frequently been grown. Five yean ago I oame into possession of twu ears of it, which I carefully preserved and ?owed on my own land. The 6nt year's growth I sowed again. And tbns year by year, until now I bave a hundred btubels of it thraibed and fit either for seed or for the mill. Now, Sir, what 1 especially want to bring under yonr notice is the faot, that w...

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