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MELBOURNE. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

MELBOURNE. April 10. i Parliamentwu prorogued to-day. There j is a great ecarcilj of money amongst the Ooverument official*, owing to the lai£e amount of salaries doe to them not having been paid J We (Courier) understand that the British Indian Steam Navigation Com pany have sent ont to Queensland a steam ship, to txy what can be done by it by the new route via Torres Straits, with a view to establish a line permanently. ROBBEBY mm VIOLENCE.-A Mr, H. Moo re-He id was stuck-up and robbed upon the bridge, this morning, about 1 o'clock, by two men, who succeeded in takingabout lis. tn silver from hie pockets. An attempt was made to throw Mr. MoorcReid over the bridge, but the alarm having been taken, the robbers decamped, and after a long chase were cleverly cap. tared at the George Hotel, Edward-street, by Sergeant White and Constable TyrrelL 1*he robbers at once acknowledged suffi cient to justify their airest, if not their conviction.-Owner.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. Tuesday, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. Tubsiut, Aran. 10. Tbe legislative Council «n formally opened by hie Excellency tbe Governor to-day. The Hon. the POSTMABTEB-GEWEBAL obtained leave to bring in, pro forma, a bill to facilitate the opening of roads. The bill was read a first time. I On tbe PBEBIDENT reading a copy of tbe speech delivered by tbe Governor, a committee was appointed to prepare an I address in reply. Its adoption was moved by tbe Hon. J. PAHTON, and seconded by the Hon. J. GIBBON. Tbe Hon. H. B. FITZ, after expressing bit fears that tbe squatting interest would j be veiy poorly represented by the exist ing Government, proceeded to object to various portions of the Speech. He thought tbe present railway system would prove a failure, and he doubted that they were in the .satisfactory condition stated. He especially objected to tbe manner in "which the railway contractors, Messrs. : Peto, Braesey, ana Co., bed been treated; and be also believed that the Government* I through the line ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

IMPORTANT NOTICE. DAVIS, HARRIS, MID Cfl. HATE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of War wick and the surrounding districts that they have just received a large supply of NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyers will favour them with on early Visit. . - ,156 ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND GO. Prints Calicoes of all description* Wiscevs Wool plaids Wove plaid shawl* Saxony flannels Black lace shawls Flowers and wreaths Embroideries and laces Ribbons Trimmings, all descriptions Ladies' Cashmere boots Gents' reversible beaver coat* " pea jackets " Inverness capes " cloth and tweed suits " Crimean shirts " felt hate " Wellington boots Coburga Drees silks Ginghams Sarachutea Corsets WeWh flannel* Hosiery W>ncey crinoline* Silk paletot* , Kid gloves, Josephines and Jorin'a Ladiet'ldd boots Girls' ditto' Youths' Bugby roit* Bedford cordtroiuers Ditto pant* - Scotch, twill shirts White drem ditto ' Biding boot* Oolonial ditto 167 O...

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SYDNEY. April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

SYDNEY. April 9. | The market* continue dull. Sales of Oalifornian flour hare been effected at prices ranging from £16 7s. to £15 12a. Parliament baa been prorogued to Mot 18. Captain Cruikshank, of the schooner Ida, was found dead in George-street last night. It je auppoied that be waB mur dered. An inquest. haa been Opened ou the subject. April 10. The steamship Barwon has arrived from Hokitika, with twenty-three thousand ounces of gold. Veij favorable reports are sent of the New Zealand gold-fields, and the miners appear, generally speaking, to be doing The Conference of the Church of Eng- j had will commence their proceedings to- ! morrow. It is stated that the Eight Bev. the Bishop of Sydney will preside. The Wollougong mail was again stuck up and robbed last night. The Black Ball ship Great Victoria has sailed with one hundred and seventy pas sengers, and a full cargo. j April 11. Two of the stewards of the steamer Barwon, and also the stewardess, have been remanded on a charg...

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GENTLEMANLY BEGGARS. (From the Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

GENTLEMANLY BEGGARS. (From the Saturday Review.) It ia by no means easy to draw an exact line of demarcation between gentlemen beg gars and beggars «rho are snobs, One might have been tempted to believe tliat the distinction lay between (hose whose claims were based solely on the plea of poverty, and thot.8 who based them on olber grounds. Bat, as a mutter of fact, this dis tinction will never hold water. The gen tleman beggar, who wants a large living, or a plaoo in the Poet Office, or a County Ouurt Judgeship, or n ConsnUMp at Tim buctoo, ia always a deserving man; but, if he is wise, be is also a man who would be thankful for the addition to bis slender ' means. Ha does not post up outside bis door, in so many words, that lie is starving; but be gives hind Christian benefactors, and , charitable bishops, and borne or colonial secretaries, to understand that bis income is alisky, and bis family steadily on the int crease. One difference between the gentle man and the vagrant ts th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

AMERICA. The news comes up the 16th of February. President Johusou does not advocate | (be enfranchisement of th&negroos. He ' says it would breed a- war of races. He recommends emigration. A plot bas been, discovered to release Jefferson Davis, and tbe guards have therefore been strengthened. The Emperor Napoleon intimates that lie will withdraw all the French jtroops from Mexico. : " The Fenian Senate bad ire-assembled. The ex-Federal officers returned from Ire land, and reported that the 'people there wen powerless from want of arms. They returned fearing that they would be arrested. * . .. ; The Fenian alarm is now;«J$ling.

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ARBIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

ARBIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. ftom Maryland, every Monday, at 2 p.m. " Briebane and /peoich. every Tuesday at noon, and ecerj/ Friday at 4 p.m. " Brisbane and Ipeuich, via Drayton, every Thursday, <U 3 p.m. " Ltybvrn, via Talgai diggings,every IFed «ieeday, at noon. " Mora, Drayton, and Toowoomba, every Thursday, at 8 p.m. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Thursday, at 4 p.m. " Brisbane and fptwich, every Wednesday, at ti a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. " Brisbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, evtry Monday, at 3 p.m. " Ley burn, via Talgai Diggingt, every Thurs day, at 4 am. ,, Allvra, Drayton, and Touweomba, every Monday, at 3 p.m. X.B.- Tie mails eloee at the ftst-oMee half on hour before departure, but whetothe departure iakie plact at an early hour in the morning, the nail clue* at 8 p.m. on the previous evening. The English mail closes on or about the ISth cf every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

WARWICK ARGUS AMD tbnterfield cheoniclb IBpriWWhed erery Wedneeflay and Saturday mi mwtnted to «U parte of the A uitralUn colonies. tsbjjb' 6?8tJBScBimdu. (^AwijrtniaTMioe) e«. mtto(CTMlt) io«; i Irderti .«»cemnpMiI«l by prepayment will re* flelv® tto tttfiDtioB' Quarter* terminate Sl«t January, 80th April, syaaaasii'^iai tlieoffloe atleutfourteen«Ieu day* before the .qtt»Uop ofjMfo.querter. TERwaroa AuvER'aeraa. 1S Bic Hdb* ... # J Sight Ubei..... * 0 ' 4vM7^*fflUtional fire linei, or I*tg« vA «»lA»yed «A*»rtiieraeBts *» per **AVfaendtfUcount edfoweflon adrertleemente ordeWd/ot motethan »t* coniecutWe InSortlonB. Blrthi, «n»iti*gw.'or 4wtha, 8e. eachltwer-' tl<Xii tii» abienct of written Imtrnctiona to the 0^purf^ji^?rtljiepenta will lie luwrtod until - .^AAvertiiemente mint lie eent In to the Offioa not UM thsD two»'dook on Tinto «o In 4ay aftetnpone, mfjcrdei* for the withdrew*! or* jriterattoa 'of edTertiiwmeiitf, mutt lis vent in Ty ^ o^naly. an^ TOurtd^ Proprietor. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

10 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER. l\ J08ERB. We beg to state that our Account) fir the quarter ending 8 let March laet are now in courts of delivery, end tee, hope they . trill be eettled without the'teut delay Thote in arratri trill kindly oblige tie by a prompt eettlement, ae our requirementt muet be obviout to {hem. . ' .' Thi* being the proper time for payment qf eultcriptioMto advance, tee truet our friendt will acknowledge the fad.by tend ing remittance*.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Apr. 11 "I 14 18 .- IB Wed. Tbnri. Fridiy Sat. BUN. MOD. lrlTnw. |6nn riies. B. *. 6 . 18 6 . 18 « . 19 6 . to e . so ft . si BnnUti *. ? *? 6 . 45 5 . *i 6 . 48 B . 41 S . 89 8 : 88 e . 91 Mofo'i Age.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

WANTED, A SMART TOtJTH u an Apprentice to the . JJL Piloting BukIdcu. Mnet be able to read ml write.-Apply Immediately at thii olBce.' A T WANTjU), " GOOD COOK, for tba Maryland Hotel. ? Apply to . . GEORGE FAOQ, ; £19 M»ryl«nd. Warwick Hospital. WASTED, AHARRIKD COUPLE, without encum brance, to act u Wardsman ml Matron to tba above Institution. Salary, £76 per an num, with board and residence. Applieationa in writing, eneloitng tettimo nUla, to, wbieli latter mmt be from peraona re dding In tba colony, to be aent in to the Sacre tarr on or before WEDNESDAY, the SStb April. By order, J. L. EOS8, SSS Secretary. To Fencers. CONTBAGTOBS WANTED for 1000 Bod, (mora or leaa) Three-rail FENCING. to be .noted on Mr. Marshall'* property, near Bell'a Bbeep Station, on Oonlamine. Bpe"lfica tinna of aame may be aeen by aspiring to Mr. M'tNTOSH. OlengalUn. 288 Carriers. Carriers, Carrier*. WANTED, Immediately, Fifty Boraa and Doilook TEAMS. CoDitant employment given. Apply immediately to S. W. P...

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AN AFFECTIONATE, ADDRESS To THB BOYS QUEENSLAND LEGISLATIVE ACADEMY. (From the QUEENSLAND Daily Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 April 1866

| AN AFFECTIONATE ADDRESS. To THE BOYS OF THE QUEENSLAND LEGIS LATIVE ASSEMBLY. BY A. NOODLE (VISITOR.) (From the Queensland Daily Guardian.) Dear Boys,-Your worthy and esteemed head master, Sir George Bowen, has put a period to your vacation, and it is to be hoped that you will now resume your studies without any grumbling or black looks. Your holidays have no doubt been well spent,-not, let us trust, in mere idle enjoyment and frolic, but in " coach ing up the various subjects which will claim your attention during the next few months. Your tasks, my boys, will not be heavy; but do not on that account suffer your diligence to relax. The course of study that you are about to enter upon will be found easy, pleasant-and, I trust, profitable in every sense. In order that it may be profitable, suffer me to claim your attention to the following few words of advice. In the first place, my dear boys,-I call you boys out of parental fondness, so to speak, though perhaps I ought to call you...

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THE RUST. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

THE BUST. (Ib tki Editor cf tki 8. U. Btrali.) Sir,--I notised ia a recent nnmber a re mark on the part of your Windsor corres pondent, that the fanners are preparing to low tbeir wheat early, under the belief that early-sown crops are the least likely to Buf fer from the rust. This opinion might be well founded, if life condition* coder which, . since 1863. oar crop* have been iufeotad, bad toot become moat materially modified. Under these altered condition*, an I would moat earnestly entreat onr cultivator* to consider, it ia no longer a question of gene fating (originating) the rust in this or that partioalar field or portion of wheat, through some defeetive treatment of the land, hut of guarding against what I may term a ma lignant disease already established upon our farm*, and upon eome of them at least, as I .htll proceed to show, in fall activity at the presentmooient. ^ Althongh ibe analogy will Dot bear to be too closely followed, wo nay conveniently illustrate our positio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

Warwick Hospital. WASTED, AMAKRIKD COUPLE, without eneoui IhDOe, to act li WardnMo and Matron to tie above Inatitutfoa. 6*1*17. (7( per an nun, with board and reeldenoe. Appliutiui* in wilting, cudtttug teatimo nlaU, &C^ which Utter nut be horn j»not» re siding lo the Colon;, to be cent In to the Secre tary on or before WMINKSDAY, the SStli April. lir order, J. L. BOSS, t(S Secretary. LAND AT ALLOEA. FOB tiALK. 60 nem of Uood PAHMINQ LAND, enjoining Mown. O. H. (ireeuand Co.'* In lid and Mr. M'Mollen'e Vaiiu. rw tOHber Mitkmlere appljr to f. FLEMING. 88* Warwick. LATEST V K L KC U APHIC NEWS £|TB0M Ol'll OWN CORBESPOPDEBTS.] [OBEriLLE akd co.'s teleobau.] BRISBANE. Refreshing showers bare fallen for the last lew days. There was more rain yes terday than in allMarch. The Immigration Board of Inquiry report that the charges against the cap. -tpin of tip Ligh(of tbeAge are /rirolous ^and unfohnied.,v -' .* Mr. Jones has been committed for trial for (he Moloolah murder. MELBOURN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

DiBTEEBllito AccrpgCT.-Ou Tuesday I afternoon, between-8 and 4, Hr. Olirinto- i pher Caffray, a farmer residing about 2^ .miles B. of Armidale, .left hi* tome for the purpose of attending the funeral of a boy of Mr. 8wan»on'g. In tie dray with him were bis wife, their daughter (Mrs. Joseph Inde), and her baby. When about E00 or 800 yards from borne, a pig at large made a strange Loise near the horse, fri&eh caused the latter toitartoff. Mrs. Caffray and her daughter were thrown out, with the child. The latter providen tially escaped without hurt, but MB Caf ffcav was serereljHyhJunftl$n ttk'fcead^n4 body, and he^da^^tir a0 thj-tead; ^?t^j being renderaa.insensiole Trom concuMion of the brain. Mr. Caffray held the reins, keeping the horse moving in a circle though he could not stop him, until the dray upset, and, from the_ great velocity with «HMch it had been .going,. turned up again on its wheels. This had thrown out fir. Caffray, but he etillxktQg to the reijie, although b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

8YD&EY. April 12. I Newt faaa been receivrd of the arrival i of the Toung Auitralia in England. L'onttable O'Grady has died front tbe I effects of a wound received in the recent j encounter with Clark'* gang. A procla- I nation outlawing the gang u being pre- j pM*d. I Wool sales are very firm, but there has not been any material advance in prices. April 18. The station of Mr. Calvert, ne»r Tass, was robbed yesterday. The biuhranger'-Wbo recently murdered a German digger at Ironbark has been captured by the police. A reward of £500 has been offered for the box of gold taken from tbe steamer Barwon. April 14. There was a grand procession to-day on the occasion of the inauguration of the statue of the late Prince Consort. His Excellency the Governor held a levee afterwards. A private telegram dated London, March 14, has been received. It states most positively that Sir Charles Darling, the Governor of Victoria, bas been recalled. A gang of prisoners employed near Bargo to-day,...

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MONDAY. APRIL 16. (Before the Police Magistrate, the Hon. St. G. B. Gore, and Fredk. Murgetts, Esq., J P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

Mown AT. APBIL 16. (Before the Police Magistrate, the Hon. i St. G. B. Gore, and Fredk. Mugotts, Ena.JP.V) George Seabrooke was brought up in custody for assaulting and beating his wife on the 14th instant. G. L. Pratten deposed that about 6 o'clock he heard ?creams of murder in the house of defen dant, and he ruehed in and found Sea. brooke kicking his wife, who waa on the floor. Mr. Pratten at once took the de fendant into custody, as Mrs. Seabrooke I atated he had drawn a knife upon her, and she considered her life in danger. Mrs. Seabrooke was partially drunk. The evidence proved that Mrs. Seabrooke com menced the row by pulling her husband off the couch by the hair of his bead. He was fined 20s. and costs, or in delault, one mpnth in gaol.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE WARWICK ARGUS, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

THE «*. TENTEBFIELD CHRONICLE. U *- 8&TPSDAT, APBIL 14, J8M. THE representatives of the people of Queensland have sow commenced the seventh Efifon of Parliament under in dependent and respoaiibls government, .lid that', top, name circumstances dc .erangcaftgtaimlation. She position of the colony, boUTactual and prospective, la' to. tbemain pronperoui, u has been .viflwwiiS;;.6y. the recent publication of tbe revenue returni, and the eleinente of ouriiiltm prosperity are to be found in ul iiti'DN which we now in operation. Of course we must net be wdentNi as giving our assent to every law no* in force In the colony, but^gene telly epeejong, they are perhspi a* equi table si oosld be expected In any young eolony/ '" " ? Those of tbe greatest importance under preient circumstances an tbe lava relat ing to tbe Alienation of Crown Land*, and. we are glad to observe that the Vice. Segal speech promises some alterations in tbii respect. "We are willing to allow that it is very diff...

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) WAGES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

WARWICK POLICE COUBT. SATURDAY, APBIL 14. (Before J. 0. White, Esq., P.M.) VAOEB CASK. Bowyer v. Conquest.-Balance of wages sued fur, £19 4s. 3d. Mr. Bowyer de ' posed that he was engaged by Mr. Con quest, solicitor, a* clerk, at a weekly salary, and having given that notice required by his agreement, he left the service, having a balance of salary coining to him of £19 4s. 6d. which defendant objected to pay. Mr. Conquest engaged bis services ex clusively under a verbal agreement, The defendant, in reply, stated that the Bench had no jurisdiction; that the plaintiff, haviug engaged as clerk, did not come within the meaning of the Masters and Servants Act. The Police Magistrate stated that the law never contemplated excluding a clerk from the benefit of the Masters and Servants Act, and compelling him to seek redress for bis wages in a higher tribunal at great expense and serious loss of time, and gave his opinion that any person whose entire time was engaged was a ser vant within t...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

COMMERCIAL. Horn* (Australian), ox and cow, are ?gain dearer. TALLOW.-The market is activelarge speculative purchases have been made. Australian is quoted at one shilling dearer. The bank rate of discount has been lowered from 8 to 7 per cent. The failures of several large railway contractors have been reported. Gotkehuekt Secubities.-New South Wales 6 per cent., from 94 to 96. Vic toria, 1064 to 1071. Queensland, 98 to 100. All descriptions of wool are in request, especially good combing. The requests of manuiacturers are urgent. All old stock is being bought at fuj^irices. Parcels of iiewly-arrived wool Jn sold at extreme rales. The sales will commence on March 1, when the Urgent attendance ever h nown is anticipated. The consumption has ex* ceeded the supply of laBt year, and the old stocks are entirely used up. Extreme rates are therefore expected at the coming ?ales, and also great competition. The Australian Agricultural Company have divided five shillings per share. The expor...

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