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

To YOBBO WoMJtB.-Truit not to an. certain riches, bnt prepare yourself far every emergency in lib. Learn to work, .ad be not depending on eerraota to make . jronr bread: eweep jronr toon u4 dam ' jour ova etookingf. Above all, 1p> not .cteem too lightly Umm kononraUe jronng tnen who cue laid ohutlm and their aged parent* by tin work of tbeir own hands, while yon oareaa and receive into yoar oompany thcee las/, Idle popirj»y», who nnt lilt a flnger U> be.lp. themselves at lotg ai they ean keep bodr and soul to* gMher, so* g^snflkkattclireio faikio^

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

cat' Uockmm Mantra or MiamraiT.-1'hree Magistrate* were preient when the Patty1 Debt* Court vm (it ting, bat m Um CUM wera considerably delayed by the orots examinations by (be legal gentlemen employed, (here were ? only two when tlit Licensing of PnblManr were wM foe, la consequence of which' the consideration of the verloua applicants wa* postponed until Wedreidey, the 86th Inst. The Beviilon of the Electoral Boll til alto adjourned for the ttme reason, until Tuesday, the 21lb la«L - PianawiKO Cut..-A win named Job Poy to m carried up to (be Boepital last evening, enSL-ring from »floie fX landanam, jrhich he tookwithaviewofdestroying life He is from XwnUb, ud iMN he waa tuned oat ot hie daughter's bouse at Sandy Creek. In hi* pot session wae a bottle containing helf-n-plnt of le>odennin, which he eta tea be procured from a drnggirt in the town. Be user iiei to* very precarious eondition. u Lkot«b*.<-A leotnre tm1 phrenology1 *od physiognomy wee delivered at theConrt-...

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE. DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO. HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitant* of Warwick and tin .unvundfew district* that they bare just received a luge supply of - T NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending bnyera wQ] favotti them with an early visit. 169 ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO. * 9 . . M Print* Calieoet of ail dMeriptiona Wincey* Wool plaida Wove plaid ahawi* Sttony flannels Blade lace ahawla Flower* and wreath* Embroideries and lace* Ribbon* Trimming*, all descriptions Ladle*' Cashmere boots Gents* reversible beaver coat* " < pea jacket* . " Inveraew cape* " cloth and tweed miit» " Crimean ihirtt " felt hat* " Wellington boot* Cotnugr ' f-i Dres* (ilk* tiiqgtaub* ' Parachute* ? ' Gondii! ? Welsh flaafteU Hosiery Winw^mndine* ' G4ri»'ditto YwrtWr . Bedford cm Dittopatika ? Scotch twill ahirt* White drew -ditto. Biding boot* - Colonial ditto tjSIT ON SALE, T THE 8TOBES OF THX U N DE*8 IGWlSD - Collins'* Ame...

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

Amkkumn LADIES. - The New York Tribune, in a reocnt art'iole, speaking of the ladies in Saratoga, describes some whose " limbs and chests challenge the marbles at Oanova;" otben u acravrney and blood* lens j" and others aa having " large tusk like teelb." Tbe same person vent on to say that bis country women were very attractive In person ontil tbey arrived at womanhood, whtra " the sweet and delicate budding girl becomes either a monstrously Tat and aensnal old whale of a woman, or, more probably, a scraggy, (bin, skinny, .hiiveUed old skeleton." Our women, I observe, ere much given to eking out their natural charms by artificial methods. There is, as a general thing, . very great effort to reveal aa tuuch as passible the peculiar fe male ebarms without tbe design being too evident. The same bony outline and niggardly fountains (we do not profess to understand this word) predominate. Hither one extreme or tbe other. Tight lacing still compresses the longs. Pads for every psrt of tb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN M.P. Mr. Jackson, one of tbe member* for North Derbyshire, delivered a epeeob at the tairie of tlie Dronfield Mechanics' Institution, on the 6th December, in the coarse of which he gave " a little bit of his history," for the sake, as he said, of 1 inciting and spurring on many in the room who hsd as great a chance before them as he had when he first started in life. Hi; I father, a medical man, left his mother with eleven children, himself the seventh eon. To some of ber sons she gave aoollege edu cation, to others a high education; but what with the placing of them out and the ooit of education, her means were di minished, and when it oame to poor him less was granted, and be had to rely on himself. Forty-eight years ego, last Oth April, when under twelve years of age, he was beckoned ont of school, and was pnt to bard work at a ship's side, from 6 o'oloek in the morning till 0 at night, with balf-an-bonr for breakfast, and three qnarters-of-an-honr for dinner,...

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

Printed and publitlied liy P*«uot Rircnu aola proprietor, at the " Aryoi" Office, Albira ?treet, Warwick, in tbe colony cfQueaugUpd, and alto pnblbbad at Hanw-atraat, Venter field, io the colony of S«* South Vijlu. WadnMday, April IB, 1K6.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. (Before the Police Magistrate, and F. Margetts. ESQ.. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 18 April 1866

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUE DAY, APRIL 17. (Before tbe Police Magistrate, and F. Margetts. Esq.. J.P.) M'Laren v. Wright.-A claim of £2 5s. for blacksmith's work. Defendant paid 10s. into court, which plaintiff's attorney, Mr. Conquest, agreed to take, with costs 6s. Verdict accordingly. Kingsford v. M'Gucken. - Claim for £4 17s. Gd. damages! The plaintiff lost a uiare, which appears to have got into a paddock of defendant's in tbe latter end of October, 1805, and was kept there until 5th March, 1800, when M'Oucken ] impounded her and her foal, and put £2 j 2s. damages as a covering fee for tbe ser vices of his stallion. The poundage fees and expenses came to £1 17a. 6d. The Bench decided that M'Gncken had no right to keep the mare in his paddock at i all. When the was found trespassing there she should have been turned out or sent to the pound; but if M'Gucken chose to keep the mare ia his paddock to be covered by his stallion without the con sent of the owner, he did so at his ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

IMPORTANT NOTICE. DAVIS, HARRIS, AND GO. HAVE much pleasure in informing tbe inhabitants of Warwick and the surrounding districts dint they hare just received a luge supply of NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyers williavoar them with an early visit. 166 ON SALE. AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND GO. Prints Calicoes of all descriptions Wool plaids Wore plaid shawls Saxony flannels Black lace shawls Flowers and wreaths Embroideries and laces Bibbons Trimmings, all descriptions Ladies' Cashmere boots Gents' rerersible bearer eoats pea jackets Live urerness capes cloth and tweed suits Crimean shirts feh bate Wellington boots Cobmgs Dress silks Parachutes Corsets Welsh flannel* Hosiery WinOey crinolines Silk paletots Kid glares, Josephines and Jovin's Ladiea* kid boots Kris' . Toutna' Bedford cor Ditto pants Scotch twill ahiria White drew ditto Biding boots Colonial ditto 157 ON SALE, T THE BTOBEB OF THE UNDISSIONBD Collins's American axes Hunters...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

^The exportation of cattle from Gladstone to Melbourne and the chief towns of New Zealand Is besoming an important trade. Several steamers and aailing oraft up now loading at Gladstone. THC LABOCB or WRITING.- A rapid penman oan write thirty worda a minute. To do this be mnat draw fats qnill through the apace of one tod-16 feet 6 inches. In forty minutes big sen travels a foilong, and in fire and one-third boon, one mile. We make, on an average, sixteen onrvea or tnrni of the pen in writing each word. Writing thirtv worda a minute, we mnat make 480-eight to eaoh second; in an hour, 28,000; in a day, of only five boors, 144,000; in a year of800 daya, 48,200,000. The man who made 1,000,000 strokes with a pen in a month was not at all remarkable. Many men make 4,000,000. Hen we have in the aggregate a mark 800 miles long, to be traced on paper by cash writer in a year. In making eachletter of the ordinary alpha bet, we mnat make from three to aeven strokes of the pen-on an average thre...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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OUTRAGES BY BUSHRANGERS AT NERRIGUNDAH. (From a Supplement of the Moruya Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

OUTRAGE* BY BUSHRANGERS AT NERRIGUNDAH. | {From 0 Supplement of the Morula tefur.) The following are the particulars of the doings of the bushrangers, as neu aa may be gathered Tbe party of scoundrels consisted of seven, led by William Fletoher. It fs rap* posed that they were returning from Bega raoss.' Waiting for their prey at the foot of the mountain on the road leading from the Gnlph, they first ceiled a Chinaman, and, it u aaid, murdered him, retaining hit hone | the mail^My was next, from whom they took the bags and Ida none, giving him the Chinaman** in exchange. Mr. John Bmmott waa on the road, with a oon. eideraUe amonnt of gold and cash in hts possession. After receiving * wound, and bsving hie horee killed, Mr. Bmmott mt compelled to give in. Of oonne the rob ben took all. W« are glad to say that the wound U not dangerous, and the snffarer wu remored to Mri. Groves'*. Ii issup posed that Mr. John Bmmott loat about £100. The robbers, as far aa we can learn, nest prooeeded...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

[«rwki 1ENT1EFIELD CHEONICLE SATURDAY, AFBIL SI, 1866. A SEFOET from Dir. Wameb HILL, the Selector of Agricultural Begem*, relative to the increase of Beservei; In the Darling Downs district, has just .been printed, and itis satisfactory to note the high value Which he ;has «eton the land.of the Downs as to its agricultural capabilities. The report-proceeds to £oiut out the vari ous localities and areas recommended to be set apart as agricultural reserve?. The first is » portion of eountiy, about 14,000 acre*, situated on Freestone and Glen gallan Crooks, and adjoining the present Warwick Agricultural Reserve. Mr. HILL having examined Killarney station, found about 7000 acrea of exceedingly fertile soil situated on either aide of the river between the land purchased under pre emptive right and the range. Flourishing farms we now being cultivated in the ; neighbourhood. The report states that the distance to Warwick being about eighteen jnilps, the site might be con sidered an object...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ON BREAKING UP NEW LAND FOR CORN CROPS. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

ON BREAKING UP NEW LAND FOE CORN CROPS. (From the Auttralatian.) In the hreaVing-up of pastate ground for corn cropa, there is a moat important item or two demanding consideration. It Si usual to plough op new ground, and, with out farther preparation, to sow the seed for a crop. Now, in dry summers when little rain falls to consolidate the ground, it lies too hollow-the roots fail to acquire that firm hold upon the soil which they obtain in land whioh baa been under cultivation for a few yean. It follows that when the critical period of the formation of the eeed or kernal arrives, that prooesa is a failure, mere or less. To assist in the decay of the vegetable matter, and to impart firmness to the new land destined for eon orope, it should be ploughed (broken up) the pre vitus spring. As no after-work can be done when oorn is onee sown, there is no means of remedying the soil beneath the edrfae. True, something may be done in the way of rolling in spring towards firm ing the soil. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LIVES OF DEPARTED GREAT MEN. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

LIVES OF DEPARTED GREAT MEN. i JOHN GIBSON, R.A. To. religion we are apt to accord only those gifts and graces which are spiritual and moral, and to forget that the origin of many of the fine arts is from this same source as their foster-mother. Sculpture for a long time consisted but of statues of the ancient goda, and even when ac corded to men, it was and is but to those who have raised themselves above the " seething masses of humanity." Wood earring, the most ancient style of this art, was for a long time a hereditary cul tivation! serving indeed to preserve ex actness of copy, but hindering that outlet of genius which in after ages has not been a mere embellisher of nature, but a faith ful pourtrayer thereof. In sculpture the ancient Greeks excelled all other nations in their ideal beauty, dignity, and free dom from exaggeration. Phidias and j Mjrron, to use aaomoly phrase, were mar ble otarchere of the human form. John Gibson was born in 1781, at Con way," in N. Wales, where ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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RUST. (To the Editor of the, Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

BUST. (To the Editor cf th, fferM.) Sir,-roar journal of the 4th instant contains a correspondence, from Sir Wil liam Maoarthar, relative to the disease wiled Rust, and alio an artiole from your pan supporting, in aome measure, Sir. W. Maeartunr'a views. That gentleman thinks it strange to find a males orop affeoted 4ith rnit, tt cot being in proximity to any other cultivation. This expresses a belief that rust generate* in itself, rost produces rnst. Wisls a mistake; also, that it is quite an exception for the maiie crop to be freeffomrait. This is not generally finownj because as it does not peroeptibly affect the eob, St is not looked for. Tu establish the Cut that the mst is not contagions, let any one adest a new pieoe of ground, prepare it for wheat, in having it oTeared of timber and etampe. It matters not how favourable the seaaon may be for wheat crop, it will be found that wherever large heaps of tim ber bave been burnt and stamp* brut out, that Abe crops on those places w...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 18. In the Legislative Council, The Coroners Juriea Abolition Amend ment Bill was read a first time. On moving the second reading of the Opening of Itoads Bill, the POSTMASTEE GENEBAL briefly stated the object of it, namely, to submit claims for compensation to arbitration instead of to the juries-the latter being found too expensive a process. The Hon. H. B. FITS announced his intention to move certain amendments when the bill was in committee, as he thought, as it now stood, it would invest the Government with too much power. The second reading was then agreed to, and its consideration in committee made an ordier for Wednesday, A message was received from the As* edmbly in reply to one received from the Council, in reference to the appointment of Joint Committees, The House adjourned until Wednesday ( next. . In the Legislative Assembly, Several papers were laid upon the table, a large number of notices of motion *ire given by ton. members. ...

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REPORT UPON THE TALGAI GOLD FIELDS, FOR THE YEAR 1865. Mr. Gold Committioner Eliott to the Secretary for Lands and Works. Leyburn, 17 th March, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

REPORT UPON THft TALGAI GOLD FIELDS, FOR THE YEAR 186S. Mr. Gold Committioner Eliott to the Sec retary for Landt and Work I. 1 Le\burn, 17 th March, 1866. SIB,-Id compliance with the directions contained in yonr circular of 13th Jan.. but, I have the honor to enclose my report ' npon the progress and development of the gold-fields under my charge. J. may state that the diggers generally are unci diaaMisBed with the yield of gold from the qntfta crushed at the " Viotoria" mashine, believing that they have been defended to a large extent by the mana ger ; and this euppoeition is to a certain extent borne ont by the fact that the prospectors in the Prinoe of Wales reef, who bad . crashing of nineteen tons «t the Victoria machine, yielding only two onDoee iter ton, raised two tons of atailsr stone, which they crushed at the Enterpri* naaohine, yielding 12 ox. 1 dwL 22 gn. per ton; and at this very time the manager of the Victoria aheconded from the duning* (ood hat not'since been heard ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWSTELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily paper.) DALBT. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Britbane Daily paptrt.) DALBST. April 18. Mr. Green, the manager »f the Commer oial Bank, was stabbed in the tbigh lust night by a man named Wilark, who bag eince bepn apprehended. Tue wound is, fortunately, not Very severe.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

WANTED, ASMABT TOOTH u mi Apprentice to the Printing Buaineae. Unit be able to raid and write.--Apply Immediately at thit office. To Fencers. CONTBAOTORB WANTED (or 1000 Bod* . (more or leii) Three-nil FENCING, to be erected on Mr. MaraiiaU'e property, Dear Bell'e Sheep Station, on Oondamine. 8peoifloa tlnna of aame may be aeen by applying to Mr. H'INTOSH, Qlengaliao. 1T Carriers. OarrlerB. Carriers. WANTED, Immediately, Fifty Hone and Bullock TEAUS. Uonitant employment given. Apply immediately to E. W. PEOHY, High flelda Steam 8awinflls Company'! Offioe; Tim ber Yard*. Buthven-atreet, Toowoomba; or at] the Milie. 248 | ' Warwick Hospital. WANTED, A, MABB^ED COUPLE, without encun branoe, to act ai Waitisman and Matron to the above Institution. Salary, £76 per ai num, with board and residence. Applieationa in writing, eneloaing teatlmo- : nials, to., whiob latter mjiit be from peraona | aiding in tha colony, to be sent iu to the Secre tary on or before WEDNESDAY, the 2Mb April. By or...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. April 17 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

MELBOURNE. April 17. The Black Ball steamer Great Britain j haB arrived, after a most satisfactory passage of fifty-seven days, from Englaud. ! It is rumoured that his Excellenoy the i Governor is likely to go home by the nail steamer, but the report is looked upon by Many as merely a canard. It is Stated that he resigned' last January. That also is ; doubted. . ; A boiler explosion has taken place at Ballarat; - fire inen were billed, and several were seriously injured. April.18. Messrs. Miohaelis, Boyd, and Co. htve compounded with their creditors. They' have offered to pay 14s. in the pound. The T»manian Maid capBiced off the Heads. Three lives wen lost. The Tariff Bill has passed the Assembly.

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 April 1866

The English mill will arrive here on Tne» day next. - . Mr. O P. Gumming, our new O.P.8. w w rived from Oh\bT. and »* onoe commence bit dntice. The man Doyle, who tried to poison bim aelt onThureday lastwlth a large doae of lauda nam, etiUlleeiu the hospital, uniBar^the sareof Dr Bullen, but we believe he ie ont of danger The weather hM JwtflW '**.**:] onrlest,butV»^ '? fallen yet, the ahowers. aay four or 8te« toy. being of very abort duration. We like the aDneeranee ot tht olouSa, however. a»4 Wild hope for a more ample anpply of rain before they dlaappear. Our reader* win pereelve a ®* the enaulng Warwick annual racea »» another oolnmn. It It the flret V ploea of the Warwick io«jk»y^?W«n4A* on,, toe whole »n excellent one. .TheTg*l»**»»t of the pricea l* S»0. which will, we believe, ensure two daya* good aport. . . There wtt nots qewem pieientto th»AMe» bly on Tuetday laat, and ooneequently no bud nets waa entered upon, - - t » . : -] Wa l«g to Wtad betoig |Dg to the library of t...

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