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EXTRACRDINARY CAREER OF FRENCH CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
EXTBAOBDINABF OAfiEEH-ttffc 1 fBknch CRIMINAL. ? * The trial of Pobc*1, tbe prvBuand zavr derersf M. Lavergne, who haldattgfc situation under the Bnglish Government in the Mauritius, sad" whose acquaint ance be formed in * railway oarriage-on bis jpurneyfrom Lbndon to Paris, la to take place in' a few days at Versailles. The previous character of the individual accused of the murder, aa veil as the«te cumstances attending it, are calculated-te excite great interest. Poncet is of ttthiit a prepossessing' appearaice, ibd litter thirty years of age. He pasgedthtffehijy part of his life among hornei, tad ftMb eight to fifteeft years of age \swgrootti&lt;4. Baron de Spatir. He then entered'dtt service of the Marquis de -tJkwfni. XSatdurin the *afc>e capacity* 4>ftti,W)l» property belonging- tt> his inasteiVoanck» man laving been stolen Poflfe6t*?fleiL ?Hb was" shortly Afterwards arriestedtaa vagabond, and was-sentenced- by^ffla poTjee-epurt to be'confined in »' wimiC tor...
CAPTURE OF THE "WILD SCOTCHMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
CAPTUBE OP TH K " WILD SCOTCH - MAN." We (Courier) hare been favoured by Mr. Walsh, U L.A., with an extract from . a letter just received from his manager at Mondurao, Mr. Nott, showing how that diigrace to the colony, the " Wild Scotchr '? man," really was captured, and which we 1 are glad to publish, notwithstanding the-'. unpretending style of the chief actor in... the gallant exploit, as, from the telegj^cq. partly published by us oa April 4, our' readers may have been led to suppose that neither activity nor eounga were needed.: on the occasion" Tou will have already:' heard that the 'Wild Scotchman * was ' captured here. Although nothing wonder-', fui, I will give ' you the particulars, Oa returning from the big paddock, oil J*Vi-. day afternoon,' I found that Dugie and . your nephew Jack had. arrived from Gin. Gin. They informedme at once thatthey' were suns they bad just gassed.the Wild Scotchman on the other-aide of theriverr~ and that as soonaa he saw them coming^ up he nn...
TUESDAY. APRIL 10. (Before the same.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
Tuesdat." Afril 10. (Beforo the saiae.) J. H. Oumming, storekeeper, was charged with Belling liquon less than 2 gallons. ^ Mr. Gumming bad considerable transactions with one Thomas Shimmings, and on the 13th March last, on settling an account, he allowed the plaintiff to have two bottles of rum and two of colonial wine, chorgedin the bill as cagh. ; De fendant brought evidence to prove that he was in the habit of giving a bottle or two of grog on such oceasions, but be did not rebut the evidence that the entry " cash" iu the account was taken for the grog so given, amounting to 16s. He was fined £20, and costs of court, 17s. 6d. £10 to be paid to the informer Shimmings. A second charge was laid for the colo nial witie, but as the transactions took jjlacfi on the same day and at the same time, the Bench gave an opinion that it scarcely amounted to a second offence, upon which the Sub-Inspector of police withdrew the information. Hall v. AspinaU, for illegal detention of property, to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
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TENTERFIELD DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
TENTER FIELD DISTRICT COUBT. j Willaon v. Frey.-A claim of £60, rioto account. Verdict, by consent, for plain tiff, with coata. Payne v. Wbeatley.-A claitfr of >£lB 7a. Plaintiff, full amount with chat*.! '"*i; Wheatley r. Morgan.-A claim'of £17 " 10B. Plaintiff jrith &lt;j>-' Kemp v. Moraeman.-A claim" M £10 10a. 2d. Verdict for plaintiff with cmto. Baker v. fiymona.-A claim"~6f £4Q.~ Plaintiff full amount with costs. Wheatley v. T. M. Wright.-A claim of £5 98. 6d., for meat aold. Verdiot 'for plaintiff with coitt. ; .. f" Willaon v. Moraeman.-A cLun^'jpf £166 10a. Plaintiff full amount .w&h coats. - Jr.-. . Sullivan v. Pratt.-A claim of £15 -ft:; Plaintiff with costa.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
: Neohmitt or taoftumur.-it Mug impossible for tbe mind «f man to bfllmji intent upon basinets. and toe the fcodfatft to eamroSsed is eontltmsl labours, dom of Ood baa therefore adjudged tome divoraiona and recreation (ihe batter, to it botb body Md-iatnd.br ttownfotltMi Maker) to b« botb needfdl and expedient ( mob U the enmtitntlon of onr bodies, and the complexion of oar minds, that neither of than «an endare * constant toil, without aotns relaxation ud delighting. dinmrion. Aa a bow if always bent will proraalteitUh and aaaervieeable, fa lUfe manner «UL a Christian'* mind if t&myt intent npoo the bait things; the arrow of devotien will won lag, anl if butatowly towards heaven, A wisa*od good mas, perhape, would wish that hii body aaedeth mo anoh diversion; bnt finding his body tire and grow weary, he ia forosd to give way to reason, and let religion ehooee anoh - *eerea» tioni aa are bealthfal, sbolVreoreatire, and propt* to teftesh both mind and body,-* Burkitl. At the ...
TENTERFIELD QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 26. (From the C. & R. Examiner's Correspondent.) Before his Honor Judge Meymott. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
TEN TEBFIELD QUARTER SESSIONS. MOKDAT, MABOB 26. . (From the C. & R. Examiner'* Correspondent.) Before hU Honor Judge- Meymott. - Alexander H. Owena wop placed in the dock, charged with stealing a silver watch, keg of white lead, paint brushes, &c., the ; property of Mr. E. E. Whereat The prisoner on being arraigned, pleaded guilty, but stated in defence, that he was J drinking, or be would not have committed - the offence with which be stood charged, and that he had never before been in gaol : in these colonies. His Honor said drink was no excuse for crime, and the sentence of the Court was that the prisoner be in carcerated in Maitland gaol for the period of eighteen months. The case of Christopher Obertbuer, charged with fraudulent insolvency, was postponed un&lt;il next Quarter SWHQBS. The prisoner was allowed bail. .
OBJECT TEACHING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 11 April 1866
OBJECT TEACHING. "Firat elaaa in philoaopby of common things, come up, and recite. John, how many lega haa a quadruped f" " Six lega, air." "How do yon make tba.t outf", " He bai fore (four) leg* id front, end two behind, air." " Right Now, Sam 1 Where doea tbe ann rise?" " In tfie east, air. " What makea him riae ia the east f" " I suppose the (y) east makea him rise, air." " Very goad. Now, Jake, epell br&udy irith only three letter*." " O d v'' (eau de-cic). " No. Next." "Br and y," " Right. Next boy. Why ia a eat like the Empress of Frauce ?" " Because thero'a a queer tale aboat her." "No. Next." " Became tbe oat haa fur thereon, and tbe Etnpreaa ia further off." " Wrong. Next." " Because they both are fond of a Nap." " Right. You've all anawered very well, and all of yon may go to the head." Boya in ehorna: " How can we all go to the head ?" Teaober: "Why, yon little foola, eaflb of yon go to hia own head." t
THE STATE OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
THE STATE Off HOME. Tho following is from a Naples letter in tbe Tempi: " According to my last communications from Rome some rather considerable poli tical facts have taken place at the Vatican. Biron de Huliner is said to have repre sented to the Holy Father that, in order to place the Emperor of Austria in a position to come to any decision relative to the eventualities of 1866. even one of a purely diplomatic order, it would be useful to know positively whether tbe Pontificial court had the intention of profiting by tho Convention of September, and facing the state of things whioh will he produced after [ the departure of the French. The Empe ror Franois Joseph, added Baron de Hub ner, continues to recommend the Pope to give a fair trial of the. Franco-Italian con vention to the extreme limit; but as tbe new oircu'iistancos created by it have been represented to Ins Majesty in different ways, the Emperor desires to he informed whh precision of the designs which this act and its r...
THE MOON. (From the Athen[?]um.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
THE MOON. (From the Athtnaum.) Saving bod occasion to examine Sir. De LB BUG'S stereoscopic view of the noon, 1 Lave come to certain conclusions as tn tbo state of tlie moon's surface derived from a comparison with stereoscopic views of oilier scenes. Tlmt of tlie moon measures 2J in. dr., and gives all the visible part of the noon, with its 2101 miles dr., offering to tbo eye bd optical model of this luminary about tbe size of a billiard ball, in which all the elevations appear in relief, and tlie shadow of mountains, craters, and even valleys, are distinetly seen. It is, in fact, a tterepsoppic carle d* eiiite of the moon. Froma repeatod inspection of this, and tbe examination of a number of stereoscopes of tbe Alps, which I have Been-owing to tho kindness of Mr. F. EL Blaekstoue-and which have familiarised my eye to the stereoscopic appearance of snow, I have come to the conviction that the surface of the moon tamed towards the earth is in a glacial condition, and that the greate...
Local intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
Iml In order to unite room for t lengthy tele grim of EnglWh news received yeeteiday af ternoon, we ware obliged to omit a leading artlele and fiiiras other DAtUn> The box closes In Warwlok this tnornlng at half-past eleven o'alook for ell letter* and newspapers Jnteaded for tranemlsilon by thi outgolug English mall. 4^Waaw«* Natiosal 6cbool.-The various 'classes In tbl* aohool ware eumined on Mon day. Tuesday. and Wednesday lait by Mr. J. O. Distort Inspector of Schools, who oppressed bimeetf Ugblj pleased with Mi« emonnt of Information poueised by the children, from those learning the alphabet op to those studying Ullii Mid Eaolld. Tto Bomber of children present on that oooatlon mi 161 boy* and glrli. wbUe the aotnsl com-. bar enrolled for this newly began qoarter Is al iffj. We woald strongly advise tin §atepH;of,>V«r|ri#k *1111 to .:coBtlnye their,u .upportteth?e$hool,'.as the tsaofcer* aro both trained a?d tried, while tfce Oeneral Board of . EdaoUlon ars ataU timet Willi...
WADNESDAY APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
WraHiiuT. Aran. It. The Legislative Assembly met at two o'clock, and proceeded to Government House with the address. At three o'clock bon. members again assembled, and were informed that the Speaker, accotopaired by several gentleman, had waited upon hw Excellency with the address, and had received a reply similar to that usually vouchsafed on such occasions. A Bill to Afford Relief to certain Pas toral Tenants of the Crown was introduced by the MUTUTER for LAXIM and WOBU, and read a first time. The Hon. the MIKISTEB for Lures and WOEKB entered into an explanation as to the circumstances which had brought about the composition of the present Ministry, stating that his late colleague would himself give reasons for his retire ment. Mr. HERBXBT said that a very short explanation was all that could be_ re quired from him. Affairs of a private and personal nature would necessitate his lengthened absence fiom the colony, so that, for a time at least, he might be looked upon as politically...
COARSE-WOOLED SHEEP AND THE FREE SELECTOR. (From the Western post.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
COAR8E-WOOIXF,D SHEEP AND THE FRKE SELECTOR. (From tie Weitirn Pott.) ID advanoing tbo theory of coarse moot breeding. and recommending it to settlers in tlilB district, we aie well nwara that ire have strong opponents to face among the large local breeder). The Herald of Jnno 22nd, 1862, now More us, contains a letter from one of the most eminent breeders in ttis distriet, and in the first paragraph we find (ha following" Although we (Mr. James Wright and the writer) slightly differ as to the treatment of 8onthdownB, I will not contest the point, for I do not think snob sheep worthy of argument or consideration." Individually, we have no reason to helievc that the author of the above sentence is by any means singular in the opinion he forms, and there are enm tiers of breeders here who would stoutly protest against the Introduction of coarse aheep into this diatriot. It must be, how ever, distinctly understood that we are not advancing1 a theory that fre submit is worthy of general...
THE WARWICK ARGUS AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE SATURDAY. APRIL 14. 1866. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [BY ELECTBIO TELEGRAPH.] [GREVILLE AND CO.'S TELEGRAM.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
[arwicfi TKHTBKFIELD CHKONICLE. SATCBDAV. APRIL H. 186S. ABBIVAL OP TUU ENGLISH MAIL. [BT ELECTBIO TELEGB APH. ] [oUTUiU A SB CO.'a TUBOBA*.] The P. and O. Company.'® jrtegmship Bombay arrived at King George'* Sound on tbefith instant. Passengers for .Sidney-Out tain and Un. BusseU, the Prinee de Conge and friend, and Majoi lynch. The AiutraUau December mails were delivered in London on the 18th and 17th Februaiy. Lord Napier is on bit way to auume the Governorship of Madras.. It is rumoured that Sir William Deni .on will be appointed Governor of Vic toria, and that Sir Charles Darling will be recalled. The Queen continues to reside at Windsor, and she intends holding five re ceptions during the ensuing season. The (Queen's speech touched on the termination of the American war, the re conciliation of Braeil, the outbreak in Jamaica, the cattle disease, Fenianism, and a Beform Bill. The sum of £80,000 has been grab ted a* a down and £0000 per annum to the . Princess Helena as her mar...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. London, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
I LATESI SPECIAL TELEGRAM. , London, March 16. | . - The new .Reform Bill proposes to re dace the countiy franchise to £14 occu pation, and the borough franchise to £7 rental. Lodgers paying £10 annual rent to have a vote. It is estimated that the addition to. the number of voters will be 400,000. The markets are.depressed. There is an advance towards Demo cracy. Toe Church Rates Abolition Bill has been passed. The Danubian Conference is sitting in Paris. The Fenians are committing bank robberies in Canada. The Feuisst contemplate seising British Columbia. Wool.-Prices are fully maintained. Bank rate of discount, 6 per cent
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866
AGENTS. THE following Gentlemen bar* been appointed Agent* 'for uila paper, and ate authorised to receive aubicrlptkm* and advertisement*: Sydney A. OuBtTT. Bntbue ... Ourou-a f Bran* Maryland W Him. Tenterfield O. WrtxeoH. Printed and pnbliahed ly Patbios Enema aole proprietor, at (he " Aims" Office, Alteon* .treet, Warwick, in tin colony of Queensland, and alto published at Bonte-street, Tenter, field, in tie colony of K'e* South Wale», Saturday, April 11, If6$.