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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

Scot Owing to Um continued In uiqwiltion fit the fin. Collin frOnlloeh, we ftre requested to atate that tbin will be no service in thePraabjterUnCborch tomorrow Jha WfiTBiB.-We hm tUll . ooatiunance l^dryjweattaer. HUT; tuk oloude hung f?nnd flw ennonndlng ootgl^oartiood, *pa Thursday «»oralta* tut, tat tijtt ehortly il« .IV«prtd3»4 (ujajMlilng wind, with clear ? «by. ku wtiajft«&»t. ft. j HoentM. oAmtnu JI*rruio-a apodal Meeting iru h«Id«u Wednesday iMt for tbe pnrpoaoef eleatfM a wardeman and matron (or tba hoepltajiThe folliwlng applications van sent in :-r ' t BiUn* andJJmina Botcher. " Jamee RoMMa ud wife. WtlUau Dmgjitad wife. Jobs HtnryBaUwalj Midwife. ;, - Patrick DeJtonc'attd'wife. Thomas aniFanoy CaBningheia. John and Jail* French. * . and wife. Jamis a&ji Dinah 6eley. ,$,Joefph fii Jane Biowa. A haiji&fcMrlng Ivfii gun* through, the fol. rent. i. Hobeiie.. '... .. .. ... 4. E.Botcher .. .. .... 3. '^hM^jMlng »<j»al vutee for tbe first tw...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

4n inmate of the Lunatic Aeylum» jomroo. named Isabella liuWer, made fcer escape on Sunday last. ^i'e lintl been ?nme time in the Asylum, and latterly was allowed to walk about tne groudeg. Ott tlie day mentioned she took advamffo of a favourable ypportunity, and got away. It is supposed she would wdfltvour to get to Brisbane.-Courier. M , i

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Rome and Foreign News [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

V & H*BcioKE "Orrsa.-" I ones tad & v^S^handMtna «off«r nude to we," «id ^Wtn. " I wak pleading for the right* oMVs Iale of Man. Now 1 had : Men J-e»dingit>vOoke,and fooud.Aere that -the people of jthk^Xsle of Man were no beggar*. Lord Oofcrfc-^ord» are-.'-' The ? inhstritanta of thh itle art-religions, indus trious, and trneT$eople, withoiiKbegging or stealing'-bo In my speech, I aaU, . The Fsople of the Isle of M>u are no liegiM«; therefore dt> not beg tbeir right*, i de mand tliem!' This ,«o pleased an old smuggler who was present, that when the 'trial wu over, he called me aaide, and said, ' Yoong gentleman, I tell you what; yon ?ball have my daughter, if yon marry iter, ~%nd £100,000 for her fortune.'*-That waa ? £ very handsome offer; hntl told him that tE happened to have a wife, who had nothing for her fortune ; therefore I ran«t stick to her. .* *" A CHILD AND ITS MOTHEB.-\V« liivej liear.l Luis lady (Mi.s-i Cjrpuuter) relato an I aneedote pitifully...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 24. In the Legislative Assembly, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

QmSgfHJLWD PARLIAMENT. * ^TcESDAT, *APRIfc 24. ^ In tWliegMatire Assembly, < Mr. A. n. nuajb toe jiewly-elected . member for Port Cuffis, was -introduced by Messrs. M'Lean aMFitwiinniens, and tJtok the oath* and hisjse$gj&e - V Io reply'to seferal quettUfes put totfce . jpietnbeF* oftbeGovernmenfyit was stated ' jl)-that the amonpjt of debentures issued under itbevtio#n Act of UIU was £l,01»to,vthilt £800,250 worth bad ifeeon aold on the ttth August last. fit an ; average of £101I2». 2d. percent, that 4580OU~worth bad beenpaid to the owners i of the Black Ball line on account of im migration, that£250,000 worth had been tWrimaolAj#!* little oV#r g£07 1$s tbe opfaninf ngroe9uppn between.tin Goreftnrtu't ana tbe bank", tfeat £490,850 of the. loan authorised ibr railway# mid immigration was atil^ unsold, arid that tbe works mentioned in the Loau Actdi&d eacbhad its quota of expenditure out"of tbe funds raised; ^(2)-that tbe 4>alanee to th^ credit of the Go...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STEPUENS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

I STEPUEN£. - Dublin has bs«u po&tej with proolanoa tioDB offering, id addition to t^e former re ward of £1000 for tbe apprehension of . Stephens, £1000 for auflh private informs? > tiou #a may lead to his capture. * £300 and ^ a free pardon will be given to accomplices in the eaoape, or to those harbouring him,* who Bay rerenl bis whereabonta. 'A person thought to be Stephens dia united aa a boitgar, haa been arrested and imprisoned at Thurles, pending inquiries bb » bis identity.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. In the Legislative Council, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

WEDNESDAY, A MIL 25. f! in the Legislative Council, Tbp Inquests on Death Bill WAS read a see&d time. Tlio^AtMuMJs Staightcriag>BiII was re ceive! by message from 4^^ Legislative Assembly, and read a first lime. , ." The Hon. J. JtaAiurax ift-jved, without previous notice, tnat leave of absence fdr two months be cranta^ to the Hod. 8t. Q, H. Gore and the Hon. J. Macdoti^alL Thtaaotion bein£ojiipDsed was not put. - House vent into committee tt.con-' eidw'the OpeningvT lioads bill. Various amendments vera proposed/- some of which were passed. *»4 vf ^ In thV Legislnttve Assembly, - v - Aftetsome routine bfesinesB bad been ; trsnifitted, and (several questions bad been put Bod^answered, j. A bill to declare the standard weight W' -?* bqstfel of grain trtut read a firai time on thetnotiop of Mr. GhooM. T' . MrC FOBBES moveda resolution to.tlie effect that, in tbe opinion of«the Hoo»%1 theJStatiirieal Register fur the precediJw twivhoulri be placed in^the hands jpTi noh, pqjnb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A BUSHEL OF MAIZE? (From the Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

A BUSHEL QF MAIZE?* f1 - « (From 4$. futentU^fr.) ?>- By the two last iiurobftrsOFjfcbe Qutmu IStiifr 1 obserre that this subject bubeen itnAohtjyroMfiiiHii tlik before Ibe public, '<4iMit tj^h&ve engaged tffach Attention in Sydney, Perhaps you will Allow me .space for* ibjr words, w I have bepjftwnnectW with ibfc-grain trade taore or less for th$ last twepty years in the 'Australian colonies. _ t ? The' &|Mt vnrintion in tne weight of wheat, ntid the fact that it neajly ellp|«sed into thP hands of a few millera, causid'an Average weight of 60 lbs. to be filed upon, which ;*rhile ifaffurded k little compensa tion Jrfthe purchaser of aiigbt sample, in .^jfldition to thadjtfcrence in price,md the threat -recommeflution £>f simplicity and facility ia determining stnjr quantity, it beiqg of course gasierto weigh a thousand bags of grain than to (measure them. The weight also more clearly defined the quan tify, as" a careless brttoguish meturarer might de...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

J. D.' ,, B t 1 86 6. TBS WAEWIOK JOOKE7 CHUB fm'in 28 th iad(fbth day»of J-ttNE^ PumjUT?' hmm ifai., &.E4... Vio^-Ubbident : J. ti. WHITE, ESQ, P.»t fivviirinnBt . JOHN DEltCHAR, ESQ , J.P. WEINHOLT, Ksq , M.Jj.A. CAPTAIN PEfcRY. - I Messrs. D. BUQbBN. " W. H. BBOWN. " J. L. BOSS. " J. 0. WHITE, Jon. " JUDGE': i. JAMES MORGAN, ETbq. SlARTlttt: ;"*? Mr. P. HUDSON,.^ : CtEEK or TBS Coubsx : Mr. F. MORGAN-* - -CLERK or thk SoaMB : Mr.J.iiALLON. - FIRST DAY. THURSDAY, 88*1 JUNB* ** First fta<Se to start at 11 o'dmfc ^ Thf MAtDEN PLATE of SO #l for .llliones that hsye nerer was M«dver tiaed prlxe at tlietime of entt*B0*i With ? sweep of.two gainets each, for the eeRond bone; one mile and a fealf, one "feventj weight for age. Penalties for winning aftet entrance-one race, 5lba. extra ; two or more Hoes, 7lbs. extra. SECOND Back. The RACK STAKES «t IS aova., for all untrained horns, with a sweepstake of one gaioca each for the Mcond h mile liiattt',' ";o*(rymg . 10 it. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers) DALBY. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the JStitbent Daily popert) DALBY. April 23. It faci been aamtained that tbe twin I Clarke who slabbed Mr. Green, tLe mana ger of tbe Commercial liank here, a tew days ago, made an attempt to force bis wajr'nto tbe bai.k. April 25. A large meeting was held last evening lor the purpoae of entering a protest against the abolition of the Diatrict Courts in outnide districts There are as yet too signs of rain. Great excitement prevails in reference the approaching rare meeting.'

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ' Ap.K V !« * » «0 Wed. Thtiri. Friity A |Mm>. ifroM. * . 27 6 . 27 6 . SB BdasetbJ M. 6 . 81 A . SO 6 . SO 6 . 29 6 . 88 6 . 27 6 . 2S | Moon'a Age.

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AMERICAN EXPEDITION TO DESTROY THE SPANISH FLEET AT CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

AMERICAN EXPEDITION « TO DRSTEOF THE SPANISH FLEET AT CHILI. " Tbe New York correspondent of tbe Morning Herald writing from that cily l&eW.eays-, V "Tin expedition has already sailed from this port-the objbft.of which is to make . direot attack-en attack, which, if eucces fal.tfilipot an- fcnd 4o blockade-upon (be ' Spanish fleet inl Chilian waters. The de sigit of tbe<inBplrerB and leaders of this est pedition is ** destity tbe Spanish fleet with torpedoes | and what in most impoftabt the enterics receive* at least 4fa.ooj;ert sanc tion #T.the United Stgtea Gowfrnciispt. bs represented in s hig'ieet officTHs., A-fey weeke'jIpeAjll^ior M'KepiA, the Ohilitt) epeoial agint/%aited npon&e&etary .Wilttl and repress ajfd to that gentleman «be steeuity fov!j||i destrnotiog of tbe Spsgisb Aetl. , He" spoke of tbe 'benefits tnal would renult to tbe United*8tates from sura anevent, andjfoally edliste^ tbe eym patiiieiM wellaS' the more practical ta&...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 27. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

Barnr y^Conqugj^-^jtaty Anne Barry deposed tfaat she Wftfgjfipgaged by Mrs^ Conquest at 4s. a wetkT&rajgpntti. .fljbe remaingdin tbe aerrifo sii qmkslradVe 'wivedwfinent only for two." .She tad since, applied far the balance aix*.4imefce. Sbntcwwot ,get it. ? jif'r. ....*..;>> ?lWiw$<3onquest' in crpu4twmmti(t»4r ^ibidtoproVbthat be wa»,jttktifled in"* . dismissing tbejgflLonl^ M^rftars ofagj, at omk teing: put'with tbe ?ie^ofiBjuRng Uie girl'* character? .The quwtion beEofletbe Bench wa« not wgal or iflhgal dismissal, but a demand US wages, And no bad conduct would justify tbe retention of wage* Hw«, fully due. Mr, Gonquest <it once pain tbe demand with costi. flegm r. By an.-Demand for wage* £6. Plaintiff wae engaged by defendant to do certain bush work which occupied eleven weeks, when Hyaji promised to pag bim £5, and au arrangement was ..made that Ryan abould let Degan bare » librae, saddle, and bridle It, a price to be set upon it by two dis...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE FENIAN MOVEMENT. THE TRAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

* TH12 FENIAN MOVKMEN'T. rnc TWAM. The following additional trials have taken ' place before tho Dublin Special Commission tince onr la»t: John Fottrell, wlin was arrested in Man . ohepter.was put nn liis trial as a Fenian. The pi^bcipalrfividen'cp against blm was a letter which jieand a man named Patrick Seully Vrote thu'tb beads^tof the conspiracy at tfe./mft Perrph Offiuq, introducing a jfensioner named Pettit, Who was supposed to bp a " friend of tbe cause';" Pettithad ne'6the>r intention from tbe beginning than - to employ himself a* an approver. He Wis hired In Manchester, and came over as . drill-instructor to die brotberliood. lie ' waiLtold that the plan of lb* intended re jp., Toltirai different from 1848-that' all the -^naprjl and noa-eommissioned officers %rere military men. There were (he WBB alsojeformed) between 70.000 and 80,000 " stand of rifles" in and aronnd l>nblin,*e'nd that every ship brought over men from America belonging,-to the Fenians, who scattered ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY. April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

STDA'EY. April 23. | The nnnireranry of the nativity of St. George lias been observed here to-day as a gain. Thie was mainly owing to the day having been set apart as that on which the ceremony of inaugurating the unveil ing of tho statue of £he late Prince Con sort should bo performed. No business was transacted; all were bent on holiday making. There were about thirty thou sand persons preuent at the inauguration. A royal salute was fired, and afterwards a levee WBB held by his Excellency the Governor. The most recent adviceB received from America are to the effect that Prelident Johnson is still placing his veto on the Freed Man's Bill. Great excitement has thus been caused in the Northern States, end it is probable that Johnson will be impeached. '* April 24. The Flying Cloud* bound1 for Brisbane has been jinoken off the coast. A^jpanmential clerk in one of the largati^pfeAtnercinl establishments- here bas absc&ftled. It is rumoured that he has gone to California. At the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVAlS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

ARRIVAL AND DRPAUTOIIR OF THB MAU.S. . ARRTVAlS. Amu Maryimnd, every Monday, nt 2 p.m. " Briebant and /piwich, every Tueeday at neon, and every Friday at 4 p.m. ,, Briibent and Iptmch, via Drayton, every Tiurtday, at 3 p.m. " Jiejburn, via Talgai Digging!,every Wed nttday. at noon. m Allcrp, Drayton, and Tootcoomba, every tturiiay. at 8 p.n ttkPARTUBES. Far Maryland, efrrjf Thuriiay. at %p.m. k Brufanejiid fpttoich. every Wtdnttday, at , A aM^nd every Saturday, at noon, .. Briibant and Gtneich, via Drayton, every Monday, at 8 p.m. <? Zeyburn, via Talgai Digging*, every Thurt inf. at 4 a.m. i» Jtlora, Drayton, and Ibotooomba, every .' ^ Htnday, S#r,». , ^ JV.B.- Thitiiuiili clou''qtthe*&Bet-office half an ftftr departure, hv( cin the departure tmkteplacjfit an early hour in the morning, the mail cleinat 8 p.m. on the previout evening. Tke^Xnglteh mail Huei m or about the 16th tf evert tnontk.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

WARWICK ARGUS . ' " AS» * TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE 38 published everv Wetftlesday and Saturday mornings, and forwarded to *11 put* of the Australian co)«i!ei. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Quarter! jr (in advance)... 8*. Ditto(credit) 10s, Orders unscoompanled by prepayment will re ceive na attention. .* Quarters terminate 31st January, 80th April, ' Slat July, and Slat October. SubscribeT wiablng to witbdrawJJrwT name) from the llat will be required to forward their resignation (together with all arrears) direct to till office at lout fourteen clear days before the expiration of each quarter. TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. JwoUnei ,.lT. 1 6 Four lines-,, 2 0 ffjcllaet S 0 Eight Hues 4 0 Every. additional five lines, or Voder > 1 0 L&rgeabd displayed advertisements a* per agreemeht. ' A liberal disfmnt allowed on advertisements 7 Ordered tor moijNMM six consecutive inseitions. liiftlif, numagei, or deaths, 8s. each infer In the absenoe of written inntoootione to the contrary,'advertisement...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus. AND CENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

DAT. AFBIL £8. ISM. Toe evils Attendant spori a monopoly of any particular branch of trade has been eiemplified In Warwick taring the last aft months » a mosL^peculiar manner, bringing in it* continuance, serious loss,, andin aoqpjnstances absolute ruin. The past sesson itiulted in the production of a heavy clop of wheat of good quality, perhaps the UrgMt crop with which the district has bgtp Mesvd since jt became a wheat producing e ?tA. tfj. ^ tf,i »«f dMrconld biNii the lfljfntJbci#p'wMil]» cost a _ > entity. iJ^Bana^aad the pre*. preresftloS. We jfc/jwt find faalt with ,'Jfcfcta, w aole ojpt^JSfoi* Jfo aW ^it«onoj»1y^fny kl:Ste fletrimenta* the, commercial progress of a jjam ^t^Th* pi*l(P»SiMit waa'jtypikted 4% dtuae']$rtiei could not get rid it f£ any «thtf%ay thatbby transferring it w the onjy mill distance of many in^M, and at affjfjpliof course producers "? ,%t*» at the mercy jpf the purchaser*; and . in-order to monopolise the sale of local produced flour, the price ©fgn...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

iO miSSCJiJsStte MiD ADVEM & . Tiskifi. We Ifgio elate that et» Aceeunt* far the, quarter ending 81»< Morel lait ere turn f 0t eourte ./ ielitery, and tee hope they uitt he ttfftrJ without the least Selgt/ ^Thett m trreert will kindly oblige w If m -pnmpt eettlenmt, at our rtgviremeuft , Motviout Mhem. fSf Tfrjtleivflik*prqurtimtffirfigment ivjmfcption* to aSimt&, »ce (W w jMemK&ill aolmtocledgt the fact (/ tend ing remiitencet. **» '»

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE RENEWAL OF PUBLICANS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

TIIE BEIfEWAL OF PUBLICANS' LICKNSES. | A special Court of Magistrates was held on Wedaesday last in thd Court House, for the purpose of receiving applications and granting renewals of publicans' licenses. There were on the Bench-J. C. White, Esq., P.M.; The Ron. St. (I. R. Gore, J.P.; and Dr. MargettB, J.P. There was one application for a new license, that of Patrick ,M'Dermott, for the Railway Hotel, wbich was granted. The following sought to have their licenses renewed:- - James M'Laclilan, of Sandy Creek. No objection; renewal granted. John George Frederick Frusbaber, of Sandy Creek. The Chief Constable ob jected to tfie renewal of this license, aqd stated that the house did not contain proper accommodation, and was in other respects cot properly fitted Bp. _ The sleeping rooms were also badly furnished. Mr. J. C. White examined the applicant regarding the state of his house, and or dered the application to stand ever untill tho licensing day in June nest. _ ".*» Samuel Gordon, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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IPSWICH. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 April 1866

IPSWICH. April 25.   One of the patients at Woogaroo   Lunatic Asylum committed a most deter- mined suicide by suddenly leaving his work and throwing himself into the river. The warder in charge followed the man, and threw a rope with a bucket attached to him, but he refused to avail himself of any exertions made to save him. An in-   quest will be held to-morrow.

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