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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

ncf, r:.o went'uer 104 »nr Uat h»» prjwd b»n« BcUl 1.0 tbe dii'riiu at l»nro. A cevrr* thuiw dccouncd on V?ctinM(l*y ewnlng, <ic=jLxi"»nied by li««vy miiu. *£i«r wiilch. . »ho««r <aU, «b« -sS»ete «4 «Uek bwV proved hsneBcl .1 !» tli* growing Qiogt vA gnrruuniiiui diflricw. ... ^ I'lsiajis l.icusitti--The' following J* tha r». turn of all *p|iUctliou granted (»r llmbar 11 ceaaut from tUo lit da/ of Jnly toative Blat ?lay of llec-ubtr 1633, liaiJi _iuc'.a»iv« u pnb nsiii.i io tan "uvcntmen! (Jaulte. Sbritirosd ^ -John MuvpUy, Joliu MKJackta, fi*ar{ Land, JimeB Fiiier. Willi A ;u, W^flioi, n. Ljwion, Puti'ick Ooiiohy. UvorjiB J4 Wickhvn. ])eniV: Uitrcy, Jani 'a Rifliey,. tiprvadburangb. FrA;i;il SilietibuiiiUill,. Jplrn Xaiuur, IphSk. JLsuu*.d, **tlwia CifleJ, JUnie«iii»rk, tfioliacl,. Ka.iir. J.v-uui Y »id'.»y, WiliUm,. Jiatoamb*.. Uicli.trd lli.mjil. .< illidu) Vj£<>, Skauin 'f ar lon. Uen.r.il Liceu.o,s-WM.lmi .Wright.. Jiuaes OJclf, Am...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMERICA. Via London, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

AMEltlCA. Tia Loudon, December 1. It ta reported that General SJieramu goes to Mexico as forerunner to un army of occupation. The Federals have occupied Matamoms. Maximilian in believed to be ou bis nay to Europe. Pocciuber 3; Maiimili.m lia^ sot left London (tic). President Johnson's uioanago in 'Cqn- I gress reviewed bin former policy, of whi-h I lie urged tlio adoption, lie said that then* 1 eciplu for the yoar eacooJo;l the.outlay by ICS millioua of dollarstLat tlio nalitns of Europe have shown a,mi re just apple-, cintioii of iho national character uod rights of the Americans.; that France bi\jl intimated an intention of postponing the withdrawal of the French troops from Mi'jicu until tl)0 spring. Tlie United" Slates Government, however, had remcni-" H ated ami expressed a hope that l?ranrt> would reconsider tho auhjoct, and conform, as nearly as practicable to the existing amiigeiuttits, aud thus moot the just ex pectations oi tlio American people. The i'roeident concluded...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE WARWICK RAILWAY.-EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

THE WARWICK RAILWAY.-EXE qUT^Ylt OOUNCUi PROCEED INGS. The following letter lm kn addrened tp.tbe Courier, and Uobaraeteriitieof what ?in will my and do whoaa notion* >u ?atped by (uljiiMl ]ihIou; eBdaelf-ag grandieeMenU We tlilnk tbe write r'e .MM k|'ui with an" 8-i' but wiUL not voocb for It'g-». . |2b lAi Xiitor of <A« Courier,.) Sir,-$ feel bound to prUe»t moat indig wntfy tgeipat tbe diiwrfinuj nauifnto in to-day'i GateUt- I bad alwaya onder Hocd that to all uii'OW vf the Council Ute Maoti of all pieacn »9H added,, bat iu thU aue oaly tbe fioverapt ie neuiioijed. I can m tjf tbe'coiiUat that tbe Vice > Fieeident wsa pteeeut- tbal Mr.blaetlicfor, who t«2k tate But to »«o« (deli an itualttog Somite until «d tfae poiut of isaviag the eol/Mi*i and the Attortiey-Geaeial I kuuw ta abecat -h hut ( aboafd like to know * bather Mr. Bell, or Mr. Watu-abo j«cr aonally would never make aacb a BepU could bate been preeent, aud cajoled Into lending thai* aid to aaeb a. ding ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ACCIDENT TO THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

ACCIDENT TO Til IS TJiLUQUARH,. Tho Telenrupb in now securely. berthed I at ilie A.S.N. tJo's , W.liarf, We iue en-. abtcd to pluco our readurs in. posbeuion t ut' tlie details of. the -acLHiltsiit which'. OC ' currcil.to hsr oa tho passage from Sidney, to tliia port. 'L'ha following pa'rUciiUraaras compiled from the lux, iiud thu statements, of the officers onboard She left Sydney. on. Tuesday,.theBit, instant, andc'li'-ariidtbe UcacU m O'p.m.. All wont well duringthe firaC part of.tha passage. Bbe- passed timoky Oape on. Wednesday at 5.30 p.m^ and At 6.80 a.tn.. on Tliuradny she w^g iiTtV> CJarepee liiver,.»k!iit'iioSog</fl^Diilm. So far she*experienced strong northerly wind*,, villi cloudy' weather,, trad on: easterly ; swell, .but there was nothing to excite the least alarm, At the hour mentioned tho. I wind chopppd.round to, the southward, And ,«hortly*afierflwrilii. ftb, hpterm^dial^iv ?shall carited avvay'iTi |jio starboard jour- - nal. The breakageo,f,the shaft...

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 — 19 January 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OV THK M Atl.S. ARnrvir.s. rtor* Maryland, every Vveu-tay, -at | p.m., and every Saturday it C p.m, M Britbati* an<i fp,\teich. via Drayton* ly Cobb** coa*-h*». every 7\ited*iyt Thurt' day. and Saturday, a( 3/un. M Ley bum via T>rln r( ligg\ngu,<ttry ITti» ne$day, at noon. DhilRTFRES. hr Maryland, every Monday, «it S'a.tn^and every Thursday* at I p.m. Sfiftnre or,J tpuwuh, via Orayton, every Monday, We^ntvdny, ah </ iridayt l>y CcldSt coathe*, at 9 am, *, Wancirk to LtyLaru, tveiy ThuritJey.oH a.m. Afr (ten fit Hut ht f oated at the Country half vn hour prre''ou» ti the time fixed for the ftfepalrh of ptatle, fait lute letter$ mil be teceii\:d to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee vf a tixpcttny ttaiup being affixed to eaih ietttr, Newspaper* are reg*j*red to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mad*. The English mail c'ciet on or about the 17th ef every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS ash TENTEKFIELD CHRONICLE IS pabliabed IM1T Widnilt; and Bitorii; ?AnlrptWdnranlil to *U part* of the Auatraliu coiouiea. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Quarterly (In edranoe) 8«. Ditto (credit) 10*. 4 Man «nMMofuiM by prepiymen twill n Oilr* DO attention. , Ottuten terminate Slat March, 80th Jane, ?Mb September, and-XIM December. gubuHten wtihiufK) withdraw their gtmi from the Hat will be required to forward their wilmtlwi (together with all arnan) direct to ttie offie* *ilaaat (tartoen elear days won the expiration etaach quarter. TBRU8 FOB ADVEBTI8ING. Two lines I 6 Foar line* t O fHx line* a O Eightlluae i « Enqr 11111101)111 lit line', or WNWr 1 0 U>p aal diiplayed advertisements aa par A i^ber*! dbeonnt allowed on adrertiiament* ordered for jnarethan six contecutl re loiei tioua. ' HiitklMriiM,.or deaths, h, webiuaer Uoa. ' In the ahrtpoa of written inatrnrtloni to the pontrarj, pfrerthomamts will be inserted until Alrvrliaeoienta must be sent in to the Office BOt...

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THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

TUB TENTBHF1ELp CHRONICLE. SATUHOAV, JANUARY »?, 18(17. TUB emilrm-ersy on^tliu Warwick llaik BUT lins just now entered topon. another .pjiaae. We refer to (he publication of lliQ Executive Council o»d the discussions tJicretjpo.j. ivodiid^ mora dtiwajjing to tljo nmliiitou and energies of this DCVV t-iibiil tii blot -out Warwick from po liliciil esLtcm-.; I'uuld there be than the R.ccut exposure of tbeir unconstitutional advances. a-e ready to do justice <o tlie ciii^l»ties3 of eye aifd pure motiv_e« of, (hose whose disiiitprcsU'd patriotism led thvm tlmn to take us in. hand,, so fur do these lime been evinced by tlicm, and only awuit for uuquontionable evidence t>f tlifir genuineness before prostrating our eolvej in paying, boiiinge lo them; but ne os yet fuil to discover file true ring in endeavour* which, to cffect on. object staudfor nothing-tut evcu. constitutional menmirM. .' -With t!-a indignant and violent rcinon ^ttanoe.tnade against the uupposcd viola tion o...

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[?] SUB[?]CRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

LO LVSZCRJlfERS AND ADVJSU ris-mn fie fay lu stale that our Accounts for the yrn fti1 ruling 31s< DeermLtrlasl are now in «curse of delivery, and we hope they tiifl le without the best delay Those in arrears trill linJlt/ obiiffe us hy a ptoinpt erf fitment, at cur requirement* vimt t>r obvious to them. CciS' 77. i* trivg do prefer fi-mefor payment of M'ltn iptions in advance, we trust our ft tends will achwirlettje the feci It/ send ing rcmit/aiicct.-" .<. '?> Tr tub Punr.tc.-Owing Jo tly poflal changes, sic liove Jjct-q, rijiEpjelK'il tn eller our ilnje tfpuJ^iwgfloATo Tuesdays and Friday*, oucTTbo next publication nil) fliciefore not oppttir uulil Fi-iday uuxt, Iho 25ib iiibt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

AGENTS. Sydney A. CCBOT. Brisbane ... Ounut & ElBO MtqfUni . . ? W Hunt. Tenterfieli O. ffimw. Printed ml published by PATRICK BITOHIK, aole proprietor, ittbt" Argus" Office, Albfon atreet, Warwick, in the colony of Queensland, and also published at Bonse-atrcet, Tentor field in the colony or New Booth Wales. Friday. January 25,166T.

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NEW METHOD OF GOLD WASHING. (From the Talbot Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

NEW METHOD OF GOLD WASHING. (From the Talbot htaier,) .Mr, J. J. i'belpB, of Talbot, basjUBtbit upon a method of extracting gold from soil which must be accounted the most successful and economical yet devised. By a peculiarly constructed series of works, of anything but a costly character, he is enabled to make dirt which will yield sis grains of gold to the load pay hand some we^es. Nothing like this has ever been achieved by the most elaborate con trivances eo far invented, and vet Mr. Phelps has accomplished his task at an outlay of something under £50. His ' works may be seen by_ the creek side on the road to Commercial-street, and we can assure our. readers they will repay a visit. A small dam is constructed about seventy feet outside the creek, which hus bands the water conveyed into it by means of a race cut from a point of the creek about 400 yards above the works. From this dam A moderately sized stream flows along a shoot fifty feet long on to a wheel seven feet in diamet...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SUBMARINE PHOTOGRAPHY AND SUNKEN VESSELS. (From the Mechanic's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

SUBMARINE PHOTOGRAPHY AND SUNKEN VESSELS. {From the Mechanic? Mag a tine.) It it seldom that the scientific enter prises and mechanical invention* of private | individuals are favoured with tbe pretence j of royalty, and still leio eeldoni do tbey re- | oeive its sanction and encouragement. In our own country'nobody would expeet such 1 a thing; a fair trial from those in authority j ii all tbat any ease inventor would dream of, and it would be a miracle if it turned j out anything else bnt a dream. Fortunately for French engineers " they manage these things better in Franceand a proof bee lately been afforded by a viait paid by the Emperor and Empress to witness some I very valuable and interesting experiments j conduoted under the superintendence .of M. j Bszin. It appear*, on tbe authority of 1 " Le Genie Industrial," that for tbe last . twelve or fifteen years this gentleman has been actively end unremittingly engaged in bringing to maturity a variety of mechanical inventions. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

PROCLAMATION. Bf liis Excellency Sir George Ferguson Botreo, Knigbt Grind CroM of tin Most Distinguished order of St. Michael and St. George, Captain-General and Governorin-Cliief of the Colony of Queensland and its Dependencies, and Vice-Adinfrai -of tbe same, &C. Ac. &c. IN PURSUANCE of the authority in me vested,#and to accordance with the provisions of the Act 24 Victoria No. IS, respecting the Alienation of Crswn Lands, I, tbe Governor aforesaid, with tbe adviee of the Executive Council, do hereby notify and proclaim that tbe following Lota of Land will be offered for aale by pnbltc auction, ct (be uadei mentioned place, at Eleven o'clock ou tbe day specified, at tbe upset price affixed to each lot respectively. 1/epoait 10 per cent. The died fee on the undermentioned lots will be charged autording to the following scale Mot exceeding 60 acres £1; above SO and not exceeding 800 acisa £1 Si.; above 300 ana not ex ceeding 610 aerss £110a. FOR SALE AT THE POLICE OF...

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METEORIC SHOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

METEORIC SHOWKRS. On the night of the 13th md 14th No vember tliib phenomenon, anticipated by astronomers with all the interest that could attach to an event occurring only once in 83 yean, was realised in full splendor. From all parts of tbe country aooouuls have been received of the fiery shower. Wc se lect a few: " From about 11 o'clock occasional tnc* teors might be seen over the metropolis gliding along the sky from east to west. The numbers increased after 12 o'clock with great rapidity. From Paddiugton green 207 meteors were counted between 12 and ' 12.30. The next hundred was counted during the six minutes that suoceeJed the half hour. At Highg'to an observer counted 200 meteors in tb$ two minutes between 12.57 and 12.69. As the constellation Leo rose over the bouses the divergence of the meteor paths beoame obvioua, not merely in the directions of the -streams that shot from or through the eenitb, but in those that left their phos phorescent-semiug trails in the sky towards...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

WucJtLY CALENDAR. % Jin. 281 24 Wed. ; Than. Friday |S«t. I BON. MOD. 29iTau. I JMnoa'a Age 6 . 5 . 6 . 6 . 6 . 84 I 6 . 85 I 6 . «6 I

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

A. Pcoilist IN TaoDBi/K--TJio Not tingham magistrates have Imd before t hero William Thompson, alia* IJcndigo (the ex-champion of England), for using threatening language to the Iandladv of a public-house named Moore. Mrs. Moore said that the defendant came to her house And knocked a man down, and when he was getting up the defendant threw him into the fireplace. She remonstrated with him, and he then used very horrible lan guage. He continued to do-.so about twenty minutes, and then went away. The prisoner said he was very sorry, aud begged pardon, adding, " I am guilty." Tne Bench ordered him to find the usual sureties, which he could not do, and so was locked up. Great principles are al the bottom of all things; but to apply them to daily^p many little rules, precautions, and iusijfli are needed. Do not suppose that the crack of doom has arrived simply because your small natters have come to unexpected grief. " Better be alone than in bod company." -tfFriie! but, unfortunately, m...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

[drwitfr TENTEEFIELD CHRONICLE. FBIDAY, JANCAEY 28. 1867. THE Fenian " ?war-cry," now rather por tentiouslyannounced, is "the North, th< West, and Brisbane." There may b< . aome taliamanic virtue in these words like the " liberty, equality, fraternity " o: revolutionary countries, or the "fee-fo fom" of our nursery days, which, at tb< present time, and at this' distance front " HarkweU'a buildings," we are not in i position to appreciate. The North anc West being two cardinal points of thi Compass which, from their neighbourly contiguity, may not unreasonably be sup posed to be influenced by a simijprity pi interests, but the TOWS of eternal attach ment ao fondly, sworn to their cause by the Brisbane members, is not quite sc easily understood; but the elements ol deuay ere so plainly e temped on the face of this wretched alliance, it gives us to humiliating a picture of "loc .1 jealousy " trampling on better judgment, that it becomes too ridiculous t...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

^ocaE ^gMnfeCCigme. Hepese Urn. tsToBU.-Oa Saturday after noon, about four o'clock, a very severe storm cam* D|i from the south, and altbougli the towa did riot suffer inuoh from it, Freestone Greek and tbe whole of tbe Reserve caught the fall fury of the etorm. It came very suddenly, nnd tbe wind blew ft perfect hmricane, break ing tbe branches from trees, which were oar lied a considerable distance. The hullston.i were of immense sice. s> long resident of the colonies stating that he never saw «uj thing like It. lie alatea they were about so t: oh square, and pointed like prick); pears. They destroyed all tbe late corn sind pumpkin vines, cutting the leaves Into ribbons. The storm, nccordin, to accurate observers, extended over ten miles of country, the ravages being visible in a siugle field, where one portion was laid desolate and tbe remainder .eft antouclied. Other storms Live taken place since the above, nccoiiip.inted with heavy rains, and the crow ing crops have bjcu inn...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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EMU CREEK DIGGINGS. From the Special Reporter of the S M Herald. Emu Creek, January 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

EMU CHEEK DIGGINGS. I Worn tlicSjicrialKepoitat oftbe & Af Herald, ! Emu Crock, Januaiy 7, 1807. Tho tide lias turned, and (here is now an unuiialukable ebb of population from (Ilia place. Ah yet the decrease is hardly perceptible owing to tlie daily arrivals but tiiat there is a gradual decrease going ou in nui tu be doubled. Nui'waatlus tobewou deieJ m, seeing Ulut all the payublo ground lias been limy siuce taken up, and that uo uew ground liuu been opened. Men bare no prospect of employment, and after liuiiyiiiK about till tfieir means are expen ded they have nothing for it but to leave and tu lake (heir labour (o some other mart. Ono or two small tuub of gold have been struck coining in upon the main run already working. These are very incou. eiderable, but they have the effect of set ting some few more parties at work. The gold is coming into the market very slowly l'roui the causes already alluded to in a former letter, and the next escort will nut take down more than...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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News be the Mail. GREAT AND DISATROUS FLOODS IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

JJtaW frg tb fpil. QBE AT AND DlSATROCJS FLOODS IN THIS NOHTH. Floods widely destructive of life and property Lave recently occurred. From the Trent to the Tweed (he streams and siren have all been swollen by tlie inccs .wt rainfall beyond all remembered prece dent, and vast floods have carried devasta tion and ruin whererer tlie nature or a dis trict gave troths power to tlie immense bodies of water. For several weeks past the rainfall, especially on tlio Yorkshire, Lancashire, ana Derbyshire liills, has been extraordinary j but up to Thursday night, November 15, no particular danger was ap . prebended, In tlie dark hours, however, the people were roused in all direotions by that peculiar sound, sullen and hoarse, which Indicates the gathering of the waters, .nd before dawn there was a vast spread of ruin over two of the broadest Jingliuli counties. The Irwell, the Irk, and the Medlock Had burst their boundaries, and ran through Mancheet r as roaring torrents, carrying along their ...

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DECLINE OF CONSERVATISM IN SCOTLAND. (From the Globe— now a Tory paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

DECLINE OF CONSEKVATISM IN SCOTLAND. (/V«m the Globe-now e Tory paper.) It was a subject of remark curing the KefA-in debutes of the last bchkkju of Par liament, that the theu Ministry was re peatedly saved from defeat upon a purely Knglish bill by the voles of the scotch members. Again aud again, wben tne majority of ibe English constituencies had ranged themselves against llie Govern ment, did those who represented the burghs and counties of Scotland turn the scale and convert majority into minority. Vct this ought hardly to nave been matter of surprise; tor in {Scotland Conservatism iB, and long hag been, manifestly on tb« decline. The bulk of those wham it sends to I'urlitiuient, though by no tneiiiB promt ncut politicians, yet make profusions of what, iu the language of the day, is called advanced Liberalism, and uniformly and persistently muiutaiu the opposite of any opiniou tbat may chance to be generally advocated from the Conservative bcuches. Their creed is negative ruther...

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