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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. In the Legislative Assembly, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT, j Thuesdat, Apbil 19. In the Legislative Assembly, It was staled, in reply to questions put by lion members »o the different members of the Government:- (1) - That the drunkard*' fines levied in diatriots where no hospital or benevolent esylam existed, were banded over to the Benevolent Asy lum in Brisbane, btu that in all districts where there wero eacli institutions, the fines frere paid to them ; (2)-That it was not intended by the Government to ask for a vote during the present session for eitend ing the telegraph line to Goondiwindi. eid Leyburn j (3)-That a copy of the con tract with the owners of the steamer Sonchays would shortly be laid on the table, that the late Government were aware of the conditions of such contract liefure it was signed, and that the cost of the first trip to Batavia, over and above receipts, | amounted to £4412 la. 5d. The motion tabled by tbe ATTOBNEY Geneeal, for the appointment of a com mifision foe the revision and consolida...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

jaWftomtti PUBLICANS' LIDUNBM.-W» beg to remind all publicans that today U the time appointed by the Benoh to «nlU« *11 qyllcititgi for new licenses, ut for renewals of the utne, tlie Court having been pMlponed ttom the 17tb instant. V RELIGIOCS,-W« are sorry to atanounce that the illnesa of the Sev. Mr. jMPCulloch prevented lilm fro pi attending to bis pnlp.t duties on. Sunday last, The fav. gentleman ia, we bnlleve, suffering from coldsnd hoaraeneaa,. and on Sunday morning was pulte incapable of epeafcing,' bat «« soon u "Jib health ia reatttredwa ahall'giva. duo b6tW.-Ihe ltev. Mr. Wilei, Weslejan- znluiater, having arrived to fill the place or tho Bar, Mr. Wttkia, preached, twioe on Sunday iait to Urge con gregatioas, and.bslngpossessed of no ordinary abilities aa a preaoher, the Wetleyatas of War wick may consider themselves fortunate ia having the privilege of listening to his minis trations. ROYAL AOBIODLTDBAL SociEir.-A meeting of the committee of the above society waa held ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

I BYDNEI. April 19. I The police bare succeeded in capturing i the robbers ot'tbe northern mail. By ibe late mail, intelligence has been received to tbe effect that tbe Imperial Government have ordered a reduction of tbe Mint charges. For coining gold the charge will be reduced to threepence per j ounce. Tbe Don Julian has brought seven bun- j dred lotii of breadstuffs from Chili. Xbe cargo of wheat by tbe Sunshine has been sold at 5s. 8d. per bushel. ] Xbe Bymouth station, in the Maranoa district, has changed bands. It has been sold for a euin of £43,000. April 20. _ The members of the Church Con ference have not as yet agreed on the pro posed constitution of that body. ] Tbe notorious Barwon case of gold stealing has been adjourned for one week. Clarke and Conuell, tbe bushrangers, have been proclaimed outlaws. April ill. Mr. Nolan has been elected a member j for the William* district. I Tbe Vanait Veld has brought five hun dred and forty fans-of flour from Chili. The li.M.S.S. Ma...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TUESDAY, APRIL 24 (Before J. C. White, Esq., P,M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

TUEBDIX, Aran. 21,-; (Befote J. C. White, Esq., P,M.) James (Jarroll iras brought up in cus tody on.a charge of being drank an'd' dis orderly, and maliciously destroying Go vernment property intbe lock-up. Carroll was apprehended on the previous;eveniug in Albion-street, for attempting tp create a disturbance.. He was most violent and abusive, and had to be put upon tbe chain. Ob entering tbe court tie called out to tbe constables in attendance, " I'd lifee'ito puncliyour big bellies for you/' and made use of most insulting and gross language to the- Sub-inspector ol Police. Alto gether his conduct was like that of a maniac. The. case having been clearly proved^ tbe prisoner Was sentenced to Xoowoomba Gaol for two months under the Vagrant Act. He.is a recent arrival from New South "Wales, and orily eatne into YTarwitk on Monday. ; . .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

IMPORTANT NOTICE. DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO. HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Warwick and the surrounding districts that they hare just received a hige supply of NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyers will firoor them with an early visit. 16ft ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO. Prints Calicoes of all descriptions Winceys Wool plaid* Wove plaid shawls Saxony flannels Black lace shawls Flowers and wreaths Embroideries and laoes Ribbons Trimmings,, nil' descriptions Ladies' Cashmere boots Gents' reversible beaver coats " pea jackets " Inverness capes " cloth and tweed suits " Crimean shirts felt hats " Wellington boots Oobamr Diwiulk* Gingb«a» Pftnchnte* Ooneto WeUk flannel* Hnierj Wineey crinoline* Silk pawtrt Slid gloves, L&diei' kid Girl«' ditto YontW K»gbj »uib» Bedford oora trooittft Ditt»pant* 8cotch twffl ahirti White dren ditto f Biding boot* Ootenwl <Utt» ranUiM and Jmmr» ON T THE STORES OF IES...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

MELBOURNE. April 19. j The Appropriation UiU bat received the royal oeaeut. ! Breadstufls are fetching higher prices. Aptil 20. The Assembly have proposed to refer the question of the reed of hi« Eicel leocy the Governor to a select Committee. The new estimates are beiiij? passed rapidly, and it is thought likely that the House will be prjrogued at the cod of this moutb. April 21. Miss Darliner, a daughter of his Excel' lency Sir Charles Darling, the Governor, was married yesterday to Captain Tyler, his Excellency's Aide-de-Camp. A very large meeting was held last even ing in the Exhibition building, at which resolutions were passed commending the line of policy pursued by the Governor, and an address was drawn up to the same effect, which is to be presented to his Ex cellency. Private telegrams,.dated London.March 10, have been received. They state that the latest wool sales exhibit a marked ad vance ou previous market quotations.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

ADELAIDE. April 19. | 1 The Annual Meeting of the South Aus tralian Jockey Club commenced yesterday. There was a very good attendance on the course. Tile Maiden Plate was won by Mr. P. Francis' li.f. Midnight; tbe Adelaide Cup by Mr. E. M. Bagot's g t. Cowra; and tbe Town Plate by Mr. B. 8. Low's bg. Cup bearer. April 20. Midnight won tbe Great Leger ltace. * Flour is steady. Wheat, is quoted at 6s. 6d. per bushel. ?

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

iwittmmi TmuraVLVAKiAN Womkn.-One beanti ful young girl, whom I met coming op the eteps from her bath, was sticking flowers So her btir u the aaoended. She was dark as night, bat lithe and lovely as a bouri. At first I was struck by the abondanee of hair that seemed to be . sift of nitore to every woa4n, and which in masatva braids was twined round her bead. Oo nearer exami nation, however, 1 found that the orna ment'was false; the thick plaits were made of tow, skilfully prepared, and were often of lighter colour than the hair itself. Then was, I think, not a single woman, no mat ter bow poor or old, without this artificial addition. A great number of the women even of the lowest grade, wesr rouge. Later, in Transylvania, I found tbls custom 1 to prevail among the Wallach peasantry. OIom by. it a Bumain (Wallach) village, j called Pecsenjesoa, the women of which are' famed for their beauty. In the season they come daily to Mehadia with fruit, flowers, milk) and honey for the visito...

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AEMIDALE ASSIZES. (Before Mr. Justice Hargrave.) (Abridged from the Armidale Telegraph.) MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

AEMIDALE ASSIZES. (Before Mr. Justice Hargrove.) (Abridgedfrom (he Armidate Telegraph.) UUKDEB. Michael Gallagher was indicted for j tliat be did, on the 26th May, 1865, at Maryland, in the colony ot New Soulb Wales, maliciously kill and murder one Andrew Drummond. The prisoner, a strong good-looking young man, about the age of twenty-one years, was undefended, and pleaded Not Guilty. _ » His Honor requested Mr. Ellis to under take the prisoner's defence. Mr. Ellis said be bad beard that tbe ; prisoner's friends bad ample funds to pnf j for the defence, but tliey bad failed to do ! so, thinking that the Crown would pro vide it for nothing. It was hard for counsel to travel 300 or 400 miles without recompense, when the parties were ca- j pable of making it, and therefore declined to undertake the defence. His Honor said that be bad heard of much of this kind of conduct in tbe colony . Mr. Holroyd concurred witji bis Honor that, if the prisoner had no funds, counsel should have been a...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Apr. 85 86] 27 28 » 80] 1 Wed. Thuri. Friday Sat. I BUN, Men. [Tusa. ] [Sun ri«c» B. M, e . « . 26 6 . 27 6 , 87 6 . 27 6. . 28 6 . 88 i.jlMoon'a Age

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THE ATLANTIC CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

THE ATLANTIC CABLE. W. H. Russell, L.L.D., hu published t Obristmae and New Ye*r Gift volume about the laying of tbe Atlantio Gable of 1865. It la illostrsted by Robert Dudley. ' Xba London Evening Sun of January lltbtbul .penkaof it: ?JL magaiSeent commemoration fa bare ?iade of » very wonderful enterprise-aa enterpriae (be hairbreadth failore of Whioh b beyond »Jp).ini>and ef tbeenceeases re corded In gfeflbtory «M|flMMH-*nd for tbiireaetfjTOetlt *.»?» wWjft auguring Stall butj#ertaiety tf evauUsl triumph the accomplishment of one of the uuwt daring undertakings ever adrentored upon by civilised BUD. "One (ouch of nature Bikeithewheleworld kin" eaid Shake apere j and in tbe flash of the eleetrio enr mt ire actually bave tbe atiom of tbe great Poet-wry Wonlronaly realised and fcugtaaHy Hlnatrated. For, there, literally, ii e*« feiieX of ntturt that, fn tbe twink ling of an eye, can make, faas tnsde, ii daily, bonrly, ^ momentarily Baking, fit tikoh tmHrnht Acroas continents-unde...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

WARWICK MUNICIPAL ^COUNCIL A special meeting of the numbers of the council was called by the Major, and took place on Monday morning lait, to take into consideration the building of a new Town Hall. There was a very thin attendance, the following gentlemen forming ibe meeting: The Mayor, Aid. Hudson, Aid EOBB, Aid. Affleck, and Aid. Brown. The MAYOR said that he was sorry to see such a Bumll number of members pre sent. 'I he business which they were called upon to decide was one of great interest, and he bad anticipated a good attendance. However, a9 there was a sufficient number present to form a quorum, he hoped they would proceed with the business of the meeting. Alderman Boss begged to move " that the Town Clerk be requested to apply to the Government, on behalf of the War wick Town Council, for leave to borrow the Bum of £2000, i'or the purpose of building a Town Hall; and that the pre sent mortgage bond of *£1000 be can celled, and tbat it be included in the new bond." He bhd ...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPAUTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

H M?" ' ? -** - - ARRIVAL AND DKPAUTURE OF Wgf * TUB 1^1 AILS. ARRIVALS. Ft am Maryland* entry Monday, at z p.m. " Britbont and fpi wick. every Tuesday at noon, and every Friday at 4 p.m. u Brisbane end Ipsmeh, via Drayton, every Thursday, at 8 p.m. " Iteyburn, via Talgai Diggings,every Wed nesday, at noon. Allora, Drayton, and Tootooomba, tvery Thursday, at 3 P-m. DEPARTURES. far Maryland, tvery Thursday, at 4 p.m. m Brisbane and (pawicfc, tvtry Wednesday, at 6 a.m., and every Saturday, at noon, it Brisbane and Ipeviehf via Drayton, every Monday«at 3 p.m M Leyhurn,via Talgai Diggings*tvery Thurs day, at 4 a.m. «i Allora, Drayton, and Tbowoomba, every Monday, at & p.m. N.B.- The mails close at the Post-office half an hour before departure, but when the departure takts place at an early hour in the morning, the nail closes at B p.m. en ths previous evening* The English mail closes on ar.cbout the IBth of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

WARWICK ARGUS up TENTEBFTELD CHRONICLE IS pafilbhed eretr Veloeil^ and Batnrdiy morning*, and forwarded to *11 parti of the AmMUMmIh. TBBHS or SUBSOBimON. ? (mm uhasfcwpanled by prepayment will re MwA no mtHtttton, "Qnartara terminate Slit Jamtxj, 80th April, 8I«t October. Babecribera ariahlng to withdraw ftllr nunc* 1Mb tho H*t %fil lie reonired to forward their retlgnition (together with all arrwi) direct to the oSee at ieaat fourteen olear dayi before the expiration of each quarter. TERMS FOE ADVEBTIBING. Twollnea I 6 Four Use* S 0 Six lis** ........ 8 0 Eight line* 1 0 mnr additional fire tinea, or anoar . 1 0 Large and di*plj^yed adrertUeiaents u per agreement. * A liberal diaeotrat allowed on adnrtUementa owed tat WMtbm els ooneeootlre inieition*. ? Birth*, marriage*. or death*, 8*. eachinaer tie*. In the abeenoe of written inatrnctiona to the contrary, aSrertUementi will be taaerted until eonbtennixtded« ? Adrettinemeatt Dint be *ent in to the office not liter tban two 'o'clo...

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THE Warwich Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

THE farwldr f JTENl^EFIELD CHEONICLE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25. 186& * ' . >k . Aoaxjt we revert to tbe subject of postal communication between the metropolis and Warwick, feeling, in common with the business men of thie township, the great inconvenience arising from the presentmail arrangements. We contend it to be duo to the importance of War wick tbat more frequent communication with tbe metropolis ehould be provided, the Dion 'especially as the meanB are in existence and ready to be taken advan tage of at any moment. It i« most aggra vating to aeo coaches plying regularly thtea tinea a wrrk between Toowoomba and Warwick, wl.i e we are in receipt of only one mail a week from the former plats. Wen the Pobthastkb-Gekebal awaro of tbe great delay which occurs in the transmission of the mails from Bris bane to Warwick, compared with the fa cilities enjoyed by other towns in the colony, we should «ay be wdlild endeavour togrant ua more privilege in this respect. Ai an instance o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 April 1866

10 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADTER. A TJBEBS. . TTie leg to state that our Account* far the quarter ending 81»< March hut are now in courts V delivery, end m hope they Kill it tetlled without the least delay Thou in arresrt will kindly ellige u* by m prompt eettlement, at our requirement* jr.ust be oboumt to them. fj* Thit being the proper time for payment eubteriptieni in advance, we trust our fritud* trill acknowledge the fact by tend tng remittance*.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [GREVILLE AND CO.S TELEGRAM.] BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

wanwo. GCSTOMEBB for Drap^y. BontvadLr QoodVkt lidf tiu UM«1I'ricei. T WANTED, Otl? fiA iiibonk-j. v., #fe BMAKT YOUTH u *n Apprentice to tbe Piliitlu|J6u»(fltt«. |tMt Its »l)lo to ml writ^3||qffknii«flbttyatlbliftlBce. /PBREB or Fbar MEN, lo8trfp^l«rk.-Ap -*iy jtji: *?. ? T^yr. Warwick. L^arienf^OaUlaijk \ ^Jmklttalf, Fifty Hen* i . f * i)Dil«ifltS®AMt5. IM^pautt employ mart&tdirto PECHY. Hlfk fleUa fetcntn bu«tmtk Company'* ufflwt TiU Iter 1hUi«t|i4lMiaiMtouttUi or at' lb* tliU. ~ SiB i-i To Cixpenteri. iapentm.^W [MATES for t!'e EnlmlBi WAHTRD. ESTIMATES for tl>e"En1.c«1nf an* Fitting Up tlx Inters*] kitauge Beatiof .?toc.x" . Applj taff 1. a.^CtIUUI80 * 00. XbrBM-ldT* Stem. To the Million. CLOTHINi- ol all deecriptinnnfor~h»lf-prioo »t HICOAUTY «nd COM 8ALK> 287 LETABEnMs'a Kutai. HOTEL. BALL AND SUPPER. A BALL »ml SOPPKK will be held at tlia liiiuoeiif M,r. P. M'Deriuot, tlm Btiilvriy Hotel, mi tbe evening of Wtl)>l]SUAy NhXT. tlw 2uil May. Doable ticket! 10*.....

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ADELAIDE. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

ADELAIDE. April 24. A person named Aula baa teen com mitted for trial on a charge of m&rdering ' on aboriginal in tbe Northern territory. April 25. The nail for England will cloae At 6 o'tfock on Fridny. The mnifcetB are still quiet.

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MELBOURNE. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

MELBOURNE. April 24. | There have been numerous meetings lipid protesting against the recall of bis Exot'lli nt-y the Guvcrnor. It is supposed that the Aaeembly will carry out their previous proposition, and vote him two J ears' salary. April 25.^ The National Bank and the Colonial Bank hare each declared n dividend of 10 per cent.. Exchange is quoted at i percent.

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