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SYDNEY. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

-SrDNEX . . . - . March tiv -m) In the I/egislative Auwainbly-the bouse wl^t iato committee to take Into. consi deration the propriety of making a grant to tto fainil the late Xkr. Woolley. Ott"the motion tiult £1000 be granted to them, the Home vu equally divided, f he ipption was subsequently withdrawn. April 2 ' New* has reached town of the murder by hisson of a Mr. MtJree, at Armidale. -lie guilty man baa been arrested. " Advices iiiw $ee:n received from Cali-! iornia reporting that twenty-four large vessels have sailed for these colonic* with ' breadstufis. April & , The mail* to and from Wellongong were i robbed last night. The llomeeash Baca meeting was 1 largely attended. The following was the result of the various event* ?.-IVul Stakes, won by Blondin; Maiden Plate, won by ? Beatrice; Selling Stakes, won by Presto; Hontebnah Bevival Stakes, won by Tarra gon; Free Handicap, won by Young ? tranter. ! Owing to the recent heavy importations there is a perfect panic in t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MARYBOROUGH. April 8.I [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

MARYBOROUGH. April 8. I Macphenon, aliat the "-Wild Scotch--J «nan," who for ao long hu been carrying j en a «yatem of mail robbery, arrived in j to va lut a ight. He ivu captured near I Mundaran by four men connected with the«t*Uon. He 4wd ridden fcia bone for i ninety milea, and it mi eo knocked up J thatfce «rai soon overtaken. ? Oa being j called upon-by hia {rnnuers to aurrehder i be threw down faia arme. ' . : He waa brought before the Magistrate* t&4*&a&d remanded until Wedflieiday. ;

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A NIGHT IN A LONDON WORKHOUSE. (Abridged from the Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

A NIGHT IN A LONDON WORK HOUSE. (Abridged from the RM Mall Gazette.) At about nine o'clock on the evening of Monday, the 8th ioat, a carriage might have been teen turning cautiously front the jCennington-road into Princes-road, Lam beth. Approaohing a pubHo-honae, the ttoaohntan pulled np, >td from the door of the carriage which opened into the dark and muddy road, emerged a ely and ruf fianly figure, marked with every, wgtt of aqoalor. He was dressed in what nad onoe been a anuff-brown cost, whioh bad lost it* «u(fs, and wu altogether too small, meet ing over the chest by means of a bit of 'twine. This wretched garmeut was sur mounted by * " bird's-eye" pocket-hand kerchief of ooltou, wisped about the throat hangman . fashion'; above all wag' a bat tered billy-cock hat, with a dissolute droop ing brim.": Between the neckerchief and the lowering brim of the bat appeared part of a fsce, unshaven, and not scrupulously clean. In a moment he ws» ont of sight, and the broughamtuned ab...

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

AwAUritfftoii oF Tiie 'S An: tUgi»t*r of {he ^Jnitaot *Bjr« :-\ ""''c* W iotandediparrlage has b<en M>iit'*f/i tljf" office of Oj« diit'rfct pwiitrar «.f »lie dis trict of Alexandrine, whjicb U r«il>pr out of the ooaynoo. It i» to be solemnised be tween * yogajt Englishman, a horiebreaker, named WiOicn B»jrnor. who is working at . etaUon of the Hon. J. Baker, at Lake Albert, and an aboriginal woman of Point Maeleay, named Ngalyalle. Tbe queore*t feature about tbe affair it tbat this laid bride eleot, Ngulyalle, ii not, as might have been eipeeted, sonej^ark-akiqiied dtmBel of j sixteen, »^t a^ri^fdjfl^blMlHdbraof .t leut thirty , years, a widow with'two ehildreo. ( " An -elderly female, on being examined fir the orenoeri of the poor as to her place of legal aettlsment, was asked what reaaou abejutd tee aappouglbardaoeued husbaodVaettieiDtiit waa in Boston. The «ld lady, looking earnestly »t the bene*" aaid, " &.>. waa fcora : ana, - n»,np> w» ST! and t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily paper) ROCKHAMPTON. April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abtidgti from the BtUbant Daily paper! J KOCKHAMPTON. .April 2. At the sitting or the Circuit Court oil Saturday, *' Yorkey,1' an aborigiaal, who kit charged with having committed a rape, was acquitted. Jobo M'fceou, charged with assault with violence, woseonvioted and sentenced, to three years' penal servitude. - j 1 T Anthony Dunleary, for larceny, was , .entenced to twelve months' imprison- < stent. ? , To-day Bicbard Humphries was tried on i charge of hone-stealiug, a\.d was acquitted. The basinets of the assizes was con cluded at 11 o'clock.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

\ml \||j " Diyflr 11 DHiumoir A»D PBATM.-A proola attiiu published in . supplement to tbe 6o>. wnaeht Gaxctte appoints Friday next, the 18th instant, at t <ij of humiliation uA preyer,on aoooant of the prevailing drought. Tba pnbiio offloes throughout the colony will be dosed. . Ooipso Tasios A Wane TO TooirooKBi Our readers will be glad to paroeive that Mr. Cook, after a few weeke* trUl of running bi weekly ooachei between Warwick and Too . jroppjba, km MOD the mchiII; for running tkreie times i week. This movement epeaka J well for tbe euoceee of tbe rattijiiH dnrfng the short time it hu been on foot, and we trait that with tbe additional eoovenlenoe which m trl-weekly ooaob oonveyanoe will be to the people of Warwick and Tgstoenbti the ! eplHted proprietor may himself reap mi. ?tintial benefit therefrom. [ Ms. Bncs'e E»xBBTii«K>KT.-This irothfni delineator oi negro life in America performed in tbe Ooort-houso here on 'i'hnrsday and yes terday evenings. The audien...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

MELBOURNE. April 3. | J be Volunteer encampment, m antici pated, baa .proved a great success. The was a grand review yesterday, at which bis Excellency the Governor was present. April 4. Ballaarat won the Grand National Steeple Ohase. The Government intend to recommend the Governor to prorogue Parliament im mediately, and to re-assemble it soon after wards. The object for adopting such a course is not stated

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6. (Before J.C. White, E[?]q., P.M) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

ftanit, Ana «/'.' I (Won 3.0. WWte,aq.,RM.) , ttdninp good* uoaer false iSimsuqg «u lately in fhrto wmw^ station, aad fading the effecfcsof the heaV' walked into the (hop of one Too, . China BUB, and fawripg Mfeifor i'^fcietfeelon, (juietir enjored bu dish. When oalled apon lor payment* he had first stated"*^ paid before he got the fruit, and ?fter wards offered to fight the Chin*tn>t> $?* the amount, then. no walked away witho'di' tendering. payaenfc. He atai then giren in ohaige to.a wnaiable. Having ohosen. tobedeait with aummarily, be was fined 20*. and coats* or one month, in gaoL Mr. Henry Beit hasefocted a sal* OK the Gordon Domi Station, Peak Downs, comprising 289,560 acres, 84,000 sheep, ®0ft bead o£ cattle, 50 hone^ and includ ing etocee> implements, 4c.,. for £45,000; equal to cash. * Mr. Barry Sullivan, the well-known tragedian, arrived in Brisbane from Syd ney on Friday, to make arrangements, as is (opposed, for a dramatic season at the Victorian theatre. A pas...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND EASTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

CHUBCH OF ENGLAND EASTEE MEETING. A meeting of the members of the Church of England in the town of War wick was convened on Easter Tuesday, by the usual notice, at half-past seven o'clock, to be hollen in the building used as a church and schoolroom. About 20 mem bers were present, besides the officiating ministers of the district, the Venerable Archdeacon Glennie, and the Bev. Mr, Danvers. Tbe proceedings were opened hy the I Archdeacon in tbe usual manner by | prayer; after which he stated the object of the meeting to be to receive the report of the 'ch urchwwdena, and to elect two churchwardens for the ensuing year. The Archdeacon then called upon Mr. Spread borough,,the clergyman's churchwarden, who produced his accounts, showing a balance inland of upwards of £18, after the payment of all claims. There was a balanoe in favour of the lighting account, as well as of pew rents; the latter was admitted to be in arrears, owing to Mr. Spreadborough being left unassisted in his duties...

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

WEEKLY GALENOAlt. Apr. 41 * * IOL Wed. THUR», VRIDAYL RAT. 80S. MOB. TUM. .18IM MUJ^OOU'T 4 . . IS « . IS 6 . 1&

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

: WABWIOK. POLICE COURT. WBDraSDat« APRIL 4. .. (Before J. O. White, Esq., P.M.) John Aspinail mu sutntnonea by Toot.; Hall for unlawful possession of apiece of timber. Mr.Conquestappearedforplaintiffi and Mr. Addenbrooke for Ur. defendant. The plaintiff applied for a postponement, in order to subpoena two material wit nesses. The defendant's attorney ob-, jected to any postponement, stating the ' case bad already been adjourned onoe, and the plaintiff bad plenty of time to set bis witnesses together. Moreover, Mr. Aspinail, and a contractor who built his house, bad been brought in forty miles, and they should expect their ex penses to be paid. It was mutually 'screed, with tbe concurrence of the Bench, that tbe plaintiff should pay all. expensed, amounting to £7, and the case waspostponed till Tuesday, tbe 10th inst. William Palmer was charged withdriv ing a dangerous bullock through the toWn of Warwick, endangering life. CSatbarine M'liullen deposed that she was wheeling a peranbu...

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

Mated Mid published by PATRICK RITCHU (ale proprietor, at the " Argue" Office, Albion street, Warwick, in the colony of QueeaaUod. and olio published at Bouso-strcet, Tenter field, in the colony of Mew South 'Wales. - 8»turd«y, April 7,1866. IMPORTANT NOITCE. i, AND CO. HA VE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Warwick and. the unrounding districts that they hare just received a large supply of NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyers will'favour them with an early visit. 158 ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO., . -i. 7/ ,- .f .'/.U *!H.<! T ? , ... f. Prints ( ^.. Calicoes of all descriptions Winceys \ Wool plaids Wove plaid shawls Saxony flannels Black lace shawls Flowers and wreaths Embroideries and lace* Ribbons Trimmings, all description* Ladies' Cashmere boots Gents' reversible bearer coats " pea jackets - " _ InrerDesi capes " ' cloth and tweed suit* " Crimean ahiits " felt.hats " Wellington boots ON SAkE, T...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THURSAY, APRIL 5. Aran. 6. (Before J. C. White, E[?]g., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

, TiniMD.i.r, Aran. 6. | (Before J. O. Wfeite, E»q., F.M.) Hen 17 May card . mu cbnnpd. with, drunl»n&ea*. He vu too drunk to move, .oluMt down autefy on libefootpaih. until the oonitabje found him * nighty lodging,* Admowihed and dia^tuLcged . .

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 — 7 April 1866

ARRIVAL AND DKFA.UTURS OK ! THE MAILS. | ARRIVALS. m Maryland, every f-'y 2 p.m. t Briebone and ipiwieA.*«ry Tuuday <t( noon, and tvtry Friday at ( p.m. " Britbene and Jpewich, via Drayton, every Tlmniay, at S p.m. " fjtybum, via Talgai Digginge, every Wed needay, at noon. " Altera, Drayton, and Tooaoomba, every Thurtday, at 8 p.m. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Thurtday. at 4 p.m. " Brilbane and fptvich, every Wedneeday, «l fi a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. " Briebane and fpiwich, via Drayton, every Monday, at 8 p.m. " Leyburn, via Talgai Digging!, every Thurt day, at t a.m. u AUora, Drayton, and Taouoomba, every Monday, at 9 p.m. ^ ? Jf.B.- The mailt thee at the Poet-office half a* i«r be/ore departure,.bat when the departure takte place at an early hour in the aorning, the mail cloeee at 8 p.m. on the previoue evening, The SngUeh mail cloeee en or about the 1 Bth of every month.

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

WARWICK ABGOS uv TENTERITELD CHBONIOLE 18 published crerr Wedne«day and Saturday morning*. and forwarded tp *11 parte of the Anetralian colonies. TSBM8 OF BDBSO BIPTION. '"QRMtdrtrtto adraaoe) 6s. ? Ditto^Wwoit) 10a. ' Oideissoaisoompanledliy prepayment will re oiifQ no Attention* . Qoaitera termtnats 8I«t January, 80th April, Slat July, ancl 81at October. SubaeriWs wtshingto withdraw their name* .from the list will be required to forward their resignation {together With all arrears) direct to the offlAe at leait fourteen clear day* before ilia expiration of eaob quarter. . TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. Two linos 1 6 Four lines i 0 Bis line* 8 0 ElgWUnea « 0 EreiY additional fire ilaea, or anasr 1 0 Largs and displayed advertisements as per ignnmunt, A liberal dteeovnt allowed on advertisement* oidriredfor mora than tlx oonseoutl re insertions. Births, marriages, or deaths, 9§. each inser tion. In the abeenos of written instraotlons to the «goiMiT,*t*Mti(eBeata wfil be Inserted until oonnt...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus AND [?] CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

THB [arwicfi lEKTERPIKldi CHBONlCtB. SATPBDAY, APRIL 7. 1866, A game was tried at tttf) District Court Bitting* held ia W«M?feat In March last, wfcSch plw* tbe oSn If ponudkeeper in .uoh :* $MoKar position that we should like to be irolightnwd lui t^ tbp.laW of the «ue, and the power by which & pound-, keeper bestows a, title en th« property pasting through his bands to the. pur-1 vbaser from whom he receives payment. In October, 1865, a certain hone wu» impounded-from North Toolburra, which nounal, it appear?.; had been left; by a. Mr FiVii in charge ut° Mr. 3EL .Aiuimmi), "who resides on the Glengallaa station. Having a winter ooat on when impounded,, ibebnradswere not correctly described, ia contequence ot whiob Ulr. Abiutsteau 4eclareabewaa unable to identify the -animal when advertised j but eomemonthi sJW> seeiiSgtbe *nimalin town diverted of a winter goat, With die brand* quite clear, be atsonoe eUi&edthe botae^wbich, of court#, wai declined to be delivered...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?] SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER-ITISERS. SJSEFTS.',:? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

w SUJB&ORI&EMS ANU AVVFB T^IQCSJSEFTS.' , :? IT« Ug to stab tiM our Aawuntt for the porter ending 8Ut March lait are nova *? courts of delivery, and toe hope they mill be eettled without tf« leart delay Thoee nerreore mill kindly oblige ut by m prompt etttlemeut, at our requirement! ?MM< beobviout to them. (3* J*i* being the proper timejbr payment qf n&tertption* in advance, toeirtutowr fiietit '*rill aclmoieledye the fact if tend ity fwmiffmteee.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MORE MURDERS BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 April 1866

MORE MURDERS BY THE BLACKS   Two other murders by the blacks have been reported during the week to our Dis trict Registrar-one of which occurred at Wolfang, or rather at Cheeseborough, a portion of Wolfang run, and the other at Avon Downs, Messrs. Chalmers, Campbell, and Co's station, near the Suttor. Sus picion of foul play was aroused at Wolfang a few evenings ago by the return the shep   herd'a dogs, and the non-appearance of the shepherd or his sheep. Subsequently blacks' tracks were discovered, and these, on being followed, led to to the finding of the shepherd's nude body, and a portion of his flock, which had headed homewards. A great many sheep's carcases were discovered about tbe blacks' camps, and about six hundred of the flock were still missing on Wednesday last. Tbe only particulars to hand regarding tbe Avon Downs murder   are that the victim was named Charles Cochr, a native of Bathurst, New South Wales. It is believed - to the s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

SOHRM L/U^p.-Several of opr oiticens hitt juit relnroedfrom a viiit to the grot Sunken Lake, (United in tbe Caacade Mountains, abort seventy-five mites north «ut from Jacksonville. Tliii like rivals j the famona valley ol Sinbad the Sailor. | It ia (bought to average 2000 feet down to-; the water all round. The walli are almost ] perpendicular, running down into tbe water ? and leaving uo tiesoh. Th« depth of -the . water ia unknown, and its aorfaoe is smooth and unruffled, at it lies ao far belo#"the surfaoe of tho mountain that the air oar- j reuts do not affect it. Its length is esti-1 mated at twelve miles and its width at ten. Then is an island in its centre, having trees on it. No living man fass been, and < probably never will l>et able to reaoh the j - water's edge. It lies silent, still, and m>«-' terions in tbe bosom of tbe " everlasting , bills/' like a hnge well soooped out by the giant genii of tbe mountains in the unknown ages gone by, and around it tb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

IMPORTANT NOTICE. wmaMm * HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Warwick, aqjl ihp*aIT0tnr9lng districts that they have just received a Uige .supply, of . J . . ' NEW GOOllS, adapted for tbe AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyer* srQl favour them with an early visit. ' 165 ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO. Print* Caliade* of all description* , Wiifeys Wool plaids Wore plaid shawls Sozony flannels Black lace shawl* Flowers and wreaths Embroideries and laces Ribbons Trimmings, all descriptions Ladies' Cashmere boots Gent** reversible bearer coat* Inverness capes cldth and tweed. suits Crimean thirls felt bats Wellington boot* Cobuiga Gingham* .' . . p : Parachute* <*: ; r Ooraets . t Welsh flannel* A A :-i -- Hosiery Wincey crinolines fiilfe pw#tofc , Kid glovai, Josephines and Jovin's Ladies' kid booti , Girl*' ditto Tooths' Busby *uit* Bedford cord trouier* Ditto pants , Scotch twill shirt* White drsM ditto Riding boots Colonial ditto ...

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