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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

SrttAMOB KNOOUMTBB WITS A HIGH WAYMAN.-Tbe Singleton Timet says: Various . reports having been circulated within the last few days respecting an en counter between oar fellow townsman Mr. Lionel Home and a bushranger (supposed to be that pest to our district, Yellow Billy). We are enabled, by the arrival of nr. Borne, to publish the following particulars of the occurrenceIt appears that about 8 a.m. on Wednesday, when Groaning Hows'e Valley, about thirty-five miles Irom Singleton, on the other side of the Bulga, ag he was descending one of the ridges, Mr. Home happening to look behind, espied some person ooming after him, bat supposing it to be a blaekfellow took no: further notioe, until shortly after be heard a voice peremptorily exclaiming " §taad I" Mr. llorne obeyed, aod^turniog round be- i hold p man, at a short distance, deliberately "covering" bim with a double barrelled gun. Mr. Borne asked " what do yon want," to which the bushranger replied, * you know well what 1 want-I ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HOKITIKA GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

THE HOKITIKA GOLD-FIELDS. By the Egmont steamer, via Kelson, we (£ M. Herald) bare Hokitika papers to tli* 17th instant, and Nelson to the 28 rd. . She al«o brings 19,620 ounces of gold on freight. The Witt Goait Hmtt say"-It has been incontestably proved that Hokitika is bnilt npos auriferous land, gold having bsen fonnd in the main streets, although not in payable quantities as the times go. Bat on its north-east boundaries really good ground has l-een fonnd on a flat im mediately underneath the cemetery-terrace. Nut long ago a patch was struck there some few claims in extent, which paid.tbe luoky one very fairly indeed; and only a few deys ainoe a fresh discovery was msde in the same locality, which is believed to be a continuation of the old cemetery work ingi. Tue Ban Han creek digging*, whiob are sitnsted about sis miles K.N.E. from Hokitika, carry a considerable population, who all seem well satisfied with their re turns, Some few claims there will give shareholders £300 and ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A SHIP ON FIRE IN THEATLANTIC (From the Gresnock Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

I A SHIP ON F1BE IN THEATLAN110 (From ti'i Gntnoti AJmrtinr.) The ehip Caravan, from Mobile to Liver pool, baa pat into Greenock, from etreu of weather, and short of provisions. flbe re porta a disaster to another ehip, the 0«» ilda, belqn/iog to Messrs. George Warren .and Go., of Liverpool, which sailed on tbe 8tb November from Liverpool for Burton, aai'er the charge of Captain Sedgley. When tbe Caravan met with her, liotli vessel and cargo were uu fire, but all hands were saved by Captain Marshall and liin men, and conveyed to Greenock, where they were landed. Captain 6edgley, of the Oaailda, gives tbe fallowing account of the boroiug of his ehip while 06 the voyage from Boston to LiverpoolAt 1 p.m. on the 6tli De eember, and when in limgitude abont 41 W., and latitude 48 80 N., we found the ship to be on fire, amoke coming up tbe after eenttle and. tlirnagh the rail*, filling tbe cabin with smoke and gas, to aa a man could not live In the cabin or hardly on deck. Tbe mate took-a ...

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

KITCtlEN TEA. . Tba legend ol theolrt Arabian taleteach ihj thai tbe true teat of high breeding and Rentooui refinement {« to be found bv putting a pet secretly under tome halr oosen mattreues and (hen setting the 'claimant to (jeep thereupon! id order tone whether the discern* the presence of the intruding Object and pacaea a sleepless sight or not, only ehowi us how elementary and mechanical ware the idea* of refine oientia the pslacae of the' Arabian prince*. The nerves of touch are very easily,blanted, and if the Arabian princess eo tested bad, at was not nnfreqoently tbo ease, passed through some period of hardship mod ill fortune before aha was thus tried, the fail tore of the test would have proved nothing . Mail. After a bard"day's exercise the moat exquisite organisations would find the nerve* of tonch in a somewhat stupid aud dull eopditioo. The (tale of the tierves of - taste is * far truer test of the aenaaoQs re^ finement than that of the nerves of toncbj because the ec...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warwick Argus, TENTERFIELD CHRONCLE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1666. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

1ENTEEEIUL1) CHBOJilCLB WKDNfMtyLY, APBIL II. 18& Ik pericxb «f jBObraiitg, aorrow, and af fliction, ca«*ed by the prevalence of fhmine or peatilence, lusting has in eU ages and among all nation* bqpn greatly observed. When tbe feeling* are pros t nt-edby . MOW of impending danger or fthepreeence of afflictioa, nature of it* e*B*ccord deoirn itaelf nourishment, SndthB edge-of linger is taken off. In .eaaon* of public e&hunitjr, caused by the approach of vtr, or the probability of famine' iy drought, or mortality induced by the "peatilence that walketh at soon 4ay," lasts have ever been obaerved by »o*t nation* from the remoteat antiquity. IVoof the molt memorable ancient events M reeordju* the one fey the Jews and the other iy tbe Ninevite*. SttptmintAX, tbe King of Ju wiatold that a great army was about toinraie his territories, against whom rihe»wa* tt* liope with the forces at hie Vtib^and, be fence sought the LOEI> m j tfcl grtatoearof bist&r,aiid proc...

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

CLEARING SALE 2 AX HIVE JHbISTORES. FOR 14 DATS ONLY. TO COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, THE 31st INSTAW, AND* WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SATURDAY, 14th APRIL. J. H. CUMMING & CO. IK returning thank* to the public for the rerjr liberal' patronage be* towed on then* \ sinoe opening the above Store*. beg to annoting? a GREAT CLEARING SALE SUMMER GOODS. " ..;.r. - 1; <....>;. -:.\A During which period the whole of thii FRESH STOCK will undergo a, complete REDUCTION, in order to make room for WINTER 8TOOK. The Tollowing wili be found to be CHEAP:- ' Fancy Drew SilJu for 55*. Black Drets Silktt, 68*. Printed Mualins, from 7d. per yard, Cut colour* Printed .Cambria, from Bid. per yard " ' " " Drew Material*, uaeful, from Sd. per jard : * '? Ladies' Mantle* and Paletots, from lOs. 8d. ? Ladiea' Shawl*, from 7«. 6d. Crinoline*, fifteen different «tylee, from 4*. 6d. ' ..2.'3 ' Straw Hate, only a few left; will be cold at a paerifioe ParaeoU, 4a. 6d. upward* . Collar*, linen and worked,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers) ROCKHAMPTON. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Ahidgtd from the Btitbane Daily paptrt ) ROCKHAMPTON. Arn-il 6. The Springsure and Clermont mails . were token by a bushranger from tbetnail man on Tuesday lost, about thirteen niles on the other side of Knebswortb. Cou .table Ushopey, who was in plainclothes, was travelling with the mailman , at the time, and ordered the bushranger to sur render the mails. A abort encounter en sued-the bushranger firing tour times and the constable three. The bushranger, who stated that his name way Hunter, then rode away, and was pursued by the constable who, however, did not catch him.. The mails have since been delivered safely at Cfermont. . ' ^ The Police Magistrate baa received a letter from, it is cupposed, the same nan, returning cheques stolen fromthe mail on a former occasion A letter has been addressed to the Editor of the Bulletin by the bushranger referred (or commenting on sn article ad locating outlawry in Queensland.; He rtdicujed the idea of bushrangers surren de...

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

Qdeen InBorance Company, KntE* ANO LIFB.L' CAPITALS WO MILLIONS STO. AOENT8 FOB WABWICK : J. H. CUMMING & CO. MIPICAL Bbtebsb-Db, COOI1. 22 QUEENSLAND SOUTURRK AND WESTERN RAILWAY. IT Is hqraby notified that iu consequence of FBlDAl, the IStb instant, having been »P pointed for humiliation And prayer, DO TltAINN Brill ran on that day on tbe Queensland Southern Mid Western Bailway. A. O. HERBERT, Commissioner for BailwayB. Biitbane, 7th April, 1866. 228 TO'TOT WOBSHIFFUL -THE JUSTICES OF TEE ? mOB ACTISG IK AITS FOB XHE DI8TBICT at sxnvus, or THE COLONY OF ijuekks . LAUD. I ! CHAELES LEFBA'NCKE, Innkeeper, now ? folding a license for tbe " Digger'* Be tiira*iltliated at Canal Greek Diggings, in the jdlatnet^f Leybuni, d6 hereby give notice that II intend to apply nt the General Licensing' ' Me£t^ng, t^-^e tield for tbe district On the 17 th idaj of Apdil next ensuiug, fur a BfiNJSVVAL of. soilv license. .' ,L*"' (liveniihder tfiy hand this-seventh day of April, one thousand e...

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SYDNEY. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

SYDNEY. April 5. Parliament will be prorogued o» Satur day evening. His Excellency the .. Governor r left Goulburu to-day for the .purpose of re tarningto Sydpey. The revenue of the Customs Depart* mnnt during the last month esfcibttSi ifl increase of lO per cent. " . ;. It is reported that one hundred afld ted ounces of gold have been extracted, from eight tons of quarts taken from * new reef nearTuron. The Ministerial dinner is to be given this evening. Wool safes are firin, and prices remain unaltered. April 6. The next mail for England will take home an appeal to the Privy Council in the case of Berimed.' So strong an opposition was shown to ike introduction of the Criminal Law Amendment Bill that it was withdrawn by the Government. Flour is quoted at £5 per ton lower. April 7. Parliament was prorogued to-day, a special Octette having been issued to that effect. The Koval assent has been given to sixteen bills. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

WANTED, M 8MABT YOUTH aa an ApprentlN to the J\. Printing Builnna. Mn«t be able to raid .ad writ*.-Apply Immediately at thUoffice, ' WAOTXD, A OOOX) COOK, for ibfc Muytand Andy to GEORGE FAGQ. 919 Maryland. Wanitbk Hocpital. . M rs WAHTK)( . >'t-. im .jKABBH3> COUPLE, i without . ta*ct u Wardtman ud Matron w, lb* abora Inititulion. Salary, £75 Mt an 1iW,mdi btaiiuriiMUnw. ^'Micilloin h writing, eoeloatng :;teatlino .h tali 4tc., which Utter moat be from pertoM r» iAUng-to the colony, to In aent In to the Bacre hM,« or before WEDNESDAY, the SSUi April. Br order, J. L. BOSS, W Secretary. NOTICE. A GENERAL MKETING ot Her Hajuty'a Jnulcee of tbe I'eece acting in and lor the Diatrlct of Warwick, will ba bolden at tba ' Polio* Office, Warwick, on Tuetday, tbe 17th d>; ot April sect, for tbe pnipou of taking iuto oontideratiun applicatfoni for Publican** Li etuA under the Act 27 Via, No. 16. HORACE 0. EAKfli »ME, Acting Olerk ofPctty 8ea*lon*. Conrt-bonee, . Warwick, SSnd March, I...

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

MELBOURNE. The Legul&tire Council has adjourned for one week. There is great speculation at present in the kerosene market. April 6. The Legislative Assembly has Adjourned, when it will re-assemble. Application has been made for ten thou sand shares in the new Commercial Bank. ADELAIDE. April 6. A skeleton, supposed to be that of Dr. Watton, has been found on Kangaroo Is and will be prorogued land.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LATEST. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [GREVILLE AND CO'S TELEGRAM.] BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

LATEST . TELEGRAPHIC NKW& j [FBOlf OU* OJTN CaBEEIBOHDEHTI.j . [«HKrtLU ASH CO.'8 TELKOllAH.] BM8BANB, . Ftt-lUaent -we* opened to-day. The Gorernor'e epeech touched upon Colonial defenoei; L' Thfc Injodlotou urotlttng of oar immlgvi Hm qritiD ( Energy In carrying oat the rall«y woike; Ute Torn*'. Strait* mil route; BUI* to be Introdaoed tor the amendment of the )ulhn,ttt Beel Property Act, end Partnerahipl; Abo to regulate the proceeding* for open ing new road*; and to proride reVe for compute of Crown land* on the Northern frontier; ?' Bedsot{on end eoonomy In the ctrtt e»r <Mee. The Governor met with a cold reception bj the pnfeUo. There *a* lmt fiint cheering.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THB MAILS. /> «m Maryland, every Katuiay, at 2 p.m. " Britbane and Ipnrich. every Tvtnday at noon, and every Friday a! 4 p.m. " BritbaM and Iptwich, via Drayton, every Thurt day, at Sjt.m. " Leyburn, via Talgai Digging!, ttttry Wed niiday, at noon. ~ Altera, Drayton, and Tbowooixba, every Thvntag, at 8 p.m. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Thursday, at 4 p.m. ., Britbane ami fpitrich, tvtry Wednuday, at 6 a.m.. and every Saturday, at noon. n Britbane and fpitcich, via Drayton, every Monday, at 8 p.m n Leybvm, via Talgai Difgingt, every Thurs day, at 1 a.m. <i Mora, Drayton, and Tooaoomba, every . Monday, at 3 p.m. y.B.~ Tkt mailt clou at the Fotl-oMce half 4* hovr before departure, hut when the departure tatii place at an early hour in the morning, the mail cloiet at 8 p.m. on the previoue evening. The Bnglieh mail clout cn or about the 15th «f every month.

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

TBK WARWICK ABGUS *sn> TEKTEEFIELD CHRONICLE 1« published mrf Wedne»4«j «nd foturdiy J ffT^tngn. aiii forwarded to all P*rt» of the AtutnltM) colonlet. TXBM8 OF, SUBSCRIPTION, "n adwtope)., , B». M ,(k< wpitoleaTij'.prepiyjoentwUl «. mmioD. foWriler*' iriStogto'irttharew their nasnpa will ht ceqttlied to (brwftfdthdr npirtUon H *»«fo qmgW. TKBMfl TOE ADVERTISING. TwoIIbn ..... t * ItellM » * WrUw*.. I g ^ * ' * i o at* di»piiye4 iaiVrtiieminta *a per **Allber^ dl»o©tjnt *110*83 o» adwttwinenti for mora th*n tUt BottMoatiTg lawntipni.: . at 8*. MdilMW- j ^ISl'aadMpMvf .wHttMi initractlooi to the «oat^.wbwtipan*t« *JU U UuerUd until _at». jpq»tbe«»nt in Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. . *1 fl* Vawbo* Aww»l»g» to tttopTto ihe *e*M*nti W tba district fhu ? jptyfrol to .WBrt#l*<Hy uncriptloti«f With noataMi and dwpatdi, at moderate price* . ?,. ... ?'.... viz ; 0JLBD8. OATAlOOUBB, C/BCVLAB8, HANDBILLS, LAVBL8. BB0BIPT * DSSWTKBy BOOKS aHowtl on Ibct',Dc$iMla rt MMIankt...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

10 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVUR. , T18E&8. . We big to etate that erne Account* for the quarter-ending 81H March but are now , in courts of delivery, and toe hope then trill be titled without " the' letul delay v^Hi9te 1m arreon mil kindly oblige y* ty _* frekpt eettlement, at our regttiremente i.'riput he obvious to them. ,-t .Z$ii being die prcper&wie for payment .^yf- wbteription* in advance, vaeirmt. our 'fovindt trill acknowledge the feet ty^fend . ing remittance*. a

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

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Apr. II IS IS 14 161 W Wed. | Tbora. Frid«y Bat. 8DN. 16jMon. I®"** is. [Bnn rise». Sun leteJAfoyT* h. *? r'S s""' 1'TS . Vfl * 9 6 6 6 a r 88 M .»

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

We understand that Mr. A. Norton, tbe defeated candidate in the late Port Curtis election, has come to Brisbane with the object of obtaining the moat reliable' information M to whether he haa legal And t&riirible grounda on wliicb to petition the Parliament against the return of hia - successful opponent, Mr. A. H.jPalmer. On laat Monday evening {says the Dubbo DitptttoK) -'wb -premises of Mir. Patrick Byan' a settler on the Burrowa Jttvehwas entered byan armed bushranger. Mr*. Byan, her husband (who is about eighty yean of age), two daughters, ser vant man, known as "George the Pauiter," and a boy were in the kitchen at the hour stated, when a man entered, who had a pieee of white calico covering his &ce,: with bole* cut to enable him to see. lie presented a revolver .to Mn. Byan, and ordered her to give up Any money she bad about her. On the demand being made, some of those present happened to look towards die kitchen door, when they caw. a Companion of the scoundr...

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

A young workman' employed op a French railway shot another" wo Anita dead during & ^iuutcI) whcrtnipoti tie tiro brothers of the decea*?d nwfied op^n the murderer and beat hit head to pieces, ylth ?tones.

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

\wi 5|§|tttecn<)*ticf, Up to the time of our going to pre** laet night the Eogllih mall via Suet had not bean ilgltoi, DAY or Udkilutiom.-We again beg to re mind our reader* that Friday next baa. by proclamation of the Governor, been appointed a* a daJ of fcamillation and prayer through out tba colony, on aoconnt of the long-Con tinued drought. Intimation wsb given in the various plaoes of worahip on Sunday laat that apaclal aervlcea would be held on that day, and it will alio be seen that the Government, having in view the importanoe of the occeeion, have resolved that no traina aball be run on that day. It is to be hoped the public will take advantage of the meana offered for. humbling themeelvea before God, and aoknow-. iedging Hli band in withholding thoae boon tie* of which the eonntry standi » orach in noed, 1 ECLIPSE or thc So*.-A partial oolipie .of thii lominary will take place oo Snnday next, tha ISth in*t., the commencement of which will be vUible In Queniland....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LATEST PARTICULARS OF THE ROCKY RIVER MURDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866

LATEST PABTICULAB8 OP THE BOOST RIVER MURDEE. On Thursday morning Mr. D. M'Orae, his »on Kenneth, and a nan wen work ing together in a drive. It appear* .that the ton had been employed carrjingoiit wash dirt from the drive, and .about "ten o'clock bis frtherr ob observing the. stuff, told the ton not to bring it out "so thick. The young man thereupon obtained « pick, and going outiide behind his father, j&ruck . him several blow* with it on the leflt:«ide and back of the head and body. The lather appears to hare fallen, .when the son completely hacked him with the instru ment be held in his hand. The abdomen is perforated in one part, the left ^Lde of the bead is broken in, and from thecofl dition of the throat, it seems as thoiwb the patricide had struck his father with the pick while lying down just under the left ear, as the structures of the throat are all torn apart from the left totbe right aide; and one end of the pick most hare passed from the Deck under the chin thr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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