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THE WARWICK HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866
Xbe.ae* fiaiahed aadiatoiin* adriaaMeto IB*** .fcuk'lt £*^«rao)»d we, deem it " The whan W any* but,. ' Che the paid «n£ that, too, " ' uiare trifle ooet wing moDtiu. tba Mitern apwd alio MDgliWni T & »ome\j 'f^^-toiro,; being . ' The aiileDf.lto .wt'iatmki. jaldktltlM iHHtw. and tiatUe fknfnsiV' «*». «|t w»u| luddwl^^.V]apM%|mntB>rTfai ''*' oOaipb&l eMwlek, with a .nee inatead'of a gublip. inatitutiqa.' fot^ie fcuij-^fftlyqrfr r»f Mi imtitu* ^tJ^evo.beea ttomSi a trilling' additional - eipenae, although, trom ite jboUtedatyUpdileii poni&lt; tioa, anyjm&Mttu&d'r " been eniaiwlyloet. So ever, ,&lt;inmA itiibm: tht benevolent j been erected, ! F.d* iabniltol It la 68 £pet 8 feet 8-inefcee itr-todi /gfe wart, 21ft. by Slftl 16ft war&feV (Mm&on, Mfc Sul ; ?»raa|TiMh wfroat. ' * &.«d WftjtByip 8 jkfce.oentre JBMfefcAftllte i-Male Jaah wardfor; bj . back of the room* are $£Ue of 10ft. by jrJOft. j warders ;.&am...
ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866
ADELAIDE it*. Finnw hu returned from the j noctbem mnlwicpt., with twraty-eight ot^ea uck. j M'KInUv, U» eiidorpr, had arrived there. ^ ' Qae.pfthp.hai*llabonrg&ogeseapedon \Ved na*di.y morning. About 0 o'clock the - turnkey in charge of the gang work" ing in BomMtraeWoD counting tbe prison- ' I en, found one whose name is Jamea Gle® ?oq tniMing. It appear* tbat a few minute* prerioiuly he vent to the closet, near where the party was working, and, initer d of returning, cut his way out at the back, j and escaped. A. search was made, and he waa tracked to the Three Mile Scrub, be yond which further pursuit waa impos sible. Gleeaon waa aentenced at the assises held at Toowoouba in July last to two years' imprisonment for bone-iteal- , ing.-Qwrier.
Poetry. CELESTIAL FROLICS. (From the Mark Lane Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866
pfrg. OELESriAF. FROLICS. (Iron thi Mark Lam Kzprtu.) . The m)D h%ri put Ilia nigliicMp OD. Anil co»ere&lt;i o'er hi» lio.id, When ooun'leaa atari nppuared amid Tbe curtaiue round bia bed. The moon arnte. miut motherly. To take k quiet jwep How all the utara Debated while be Her aoreraiga was aileep. She saw thxia wink tlisir silrery efea, Aa if la roguish play; Thoaffli allcut all. to her tbey seemed ' As if they'd much to say. 60. lest tbair fralioa should disturb _ Tbs sleeping kiog of light. She TOSS so high that lier mild eye Could keep tbem all in sight. The stars, abanbetl stota softly liack, And looked demure and prim. Until tbe moos brcra to nod. Her ayes becoming dim. Then sleepily she sought ber borne, That's romewbere-who knows whirs 7 Jtad as'sh* went tbe playful stars Oomoenoed their twinkling glare. And whop the moon wa» fairly gone, Tbe lmpe with aliTOry eyes Had *o much fun it woks the sun. And be began to rise. Heroseiogloiy, from his eyes Sprang forth a ne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866
Wining friends. TO PHILIP BBADLEY. JUN.-Toor f»tb«r and toolbar are atGlentlg. M'lotyre Brook, and wiab toaoeyou. . ' tSnd January, 1868. 988 PAL IN 0. ~~ To Splittenwid Twmn. "ifr juAtfc lOftMfo PALING, at jj#: tm ft . tbonMnd; alio, * Ttoo-rii] FENCE .erwtadat Ifoperrod. . " - t-r 'j ' A. WIKKBOU. Maryr«le,»i»,l»186&lt;l. . « Warwick Hoipital. iMSfiffSMSfW .entrant year. Tandaratobateat to t» tbiandwelgniil u. oc Mm WEDNESDAY HSXT.tba Slat ^ Ifronto, 3. L.B08S, 57 Sioietaiy. WMtqran Church. TBB'fiBV. OHABLKS OLDEN, fhaeToo Wfomba.' wlllfO.V.) PBBACH la tbb Chareh TO>KOtUiO W, *t (be and hour*. 65 OOAOB FROM WARWICK TO TOOWOOMBA. MK. KDVtS&J OOOI will in Momrnnj end WAB l0K ; / TWICE A-WEEK, Uoring Wkrwiokoo MONDAYS and TBCB8 DAYB/and Tvowoomba oa TUESDAYS and rabifS. Marting plea# ftom Warwick-Mr. (Ml Downa Hotel I dm* Too* Bomb*-Mr. IhHrt QaMi'AAssst* The bow of starting from aeob place win bo 7 fum. \ ?K ''41»e (MUM tfljMMlatMK riot fill tapmwirar tta«4irstiUg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
fotOCIiAMATIUN. , V, By his Excellency Blr George Fergoaon Bowen, Knight 0ra&A Grtttofthe aadft BlHyilibrf order of St. Miobaei and fit. Geoige, OaptauMMfoM and Gorernea-io-OMef at the .olony of QnMBilui end its dependencies, end Viee .Admin} of the aaroe,Jho 4te. te. IN POB8UANOB of the authority ID me veited, and inaocordaoee with (he provWoMfftbe Act ' ^ Victoria, No. IS, reapeoting the Alienation of Crown UDIi, I, the Governor almuM, with the advice of the Bxeootivo OouooU, do hereby notify and proclaim that the following Iota of Und will be altered fbr sale by public auation, at the undermanunned place, at Eleven efelaek so tba day epeoified, at tbeopset price affixed in each lot respectively. (Deposit 10 per oent.) The deed be oa the undermentioned lota will be charged aooordiog to toe feUowiqg Mle Hot exceeding 50 aorea, £1; above BO and not exceeding acres, £16s. I above 100 and aot ex~ seeding 6(0 acres, £1 10a. BALE AT THE POITCE OFFICE, WARWICK. Oh Tvxuult, TEE 27...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
£\$cdUtntm* 8xickinq-DP : TABS MAIL.-We under stsnd thtt io the oonveysnceja^pped by (he bushrangers new Tus tberi} Ware several ladies tod pbildc«n; that the osrbiaa - held by the cojutfttile «m a tingle barrel ;»nd that U nu 4wpouible for Mm io hive offered *oy rfc^letance without endangering the aafety-dfthe pasaengers or with any chance of snocesc. The bushrangers teein to have been civil, and returned ibe watch, of Dr. Morgan at hisrequeat.-& M. 3*rald. A 8lNGBLAB OaBX OV ClBOTllBTAfiLHAL Kvidenobat FAULT .-A caw baa oocurred io this district 'daring »the mat fortnight tbat singnlarly illustrates bow tbe inott complete chain of staonaiatantial evidenee may be at fault. A setter on tbe Sarnfru, named William. Xbomton, left bia faunae a eboit time nine*- to bny floor for bia family, and was net iieaad of fur a fortnight. He was laataeen at ilnrrau Dorrs, baviug purchased' a bag of flour and fM -it on -tfii dn; ®f a man- uamed WaWen, a driver' fib. tbe employment of Mr. J,...
THE [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
TflNTBSFIKf.D f!tiltttKl&lt;VLE. . WBlWEtSDAV, VKBAUaBY it, . Tbk country hM had intimation that Par liament Will assemble on the 10th of April for the despatch of business. This prvrlainntion of the Govs&bqb mutt be considered *? .* binding one, as the Word# "for the despatch of busmen" mean-that no further. prorogation is^oQtmn plated. If we may be (flowed fa fake a prospec tire gUaot; *f74Jie:£DBuing session, ,we imagine it will b« an important one for the interests of the colony. JDuriug (be iwnii the Ministry has very&lt;j»iet)yun-. deigone h change, but notMtcb as will affect the genera! policy of the Go vernment. He retiremehtof Mr. Her BXkr&lt;!K>m the Premiership is not a }k>li 'Wirfrt necessity, ' bnt a ' niqluntary act prompted by private arrangements,'and as Mr. Hebsert baa contented to retain tita seat qs a member during the comiug session, we jean searoely look. upon ^lie change of Ministry as a change of Go vernmental polioy., The...
THE BREEDING OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
THE BREEDING 0® HORSES. Whilst we ar* busy acclimatising strange to! mala, bitdi, and fishes, and tDoouniiiig tbe development of new industries, there aeum? to be a strong probability thai tbe breeding of tbe moet useful animal tbat mankind has tamed into a useful drudge, and a minister to bis case and pleasure, will bf io far neglected a* to degenerate in the course of time, very considerably. It u frequently auerted by old settlers, botb here and in New South Wales, that tbe Australian saddle-horse is not what be was, and that tbe carriage horses iu Vic toria ten years ago were superior to tbe bones of tbe present time. If this is eo it U tbe proof of a decline in quality tbat ought not to bare taken plsoe- Tbe growth of Melbourne, tbe increase of populuti-n and of wealth must have increased tbe demand for good carriage bones, and ac cording to tbe recsived theory of supply and demand, ought to have enounraged tbe breeding, and importing of the class of horse required. bucU, howev...
THE TOWER OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
THE TOWER OF LONDON. The lower U tbe most haunted ground in London, and it wontd be strange if it were not, remembering the tragedies that were enacted 'there daring luauy centuries. An old tradition affirms that tlie mortar used in the original construction «u tem pered with the blood of wild beasts, and oertainly a bloody spirit teems to bave brooded heavily over the'old buildiug throughout the dark ages, and even as late as the time of the Seoond Pretender, if we may not eay op to 1820, in which year Arthur Thistle wood, of the Oato-strent oon spiraoy, wot imprisoned in the Tower, pre vious to beiag banged at the Old Bailey. Not only bave many miserable wretches lain within those wplls, eating their hearts iadespair until they bad*been taken ont ou the scaffold and beheaded, but a list of tie persons eeoretly murdered then-be ginning, with Henry Vt, and ending with. Arthur Oapel, fiarl of Ksset (1688)-may be derived from its annals. The glyouiy old fortress, with its Bloody Tower...
ROCKHAMPTON. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
I ROOKHAMPTON. February 17. 1 be Pott De-niton Timet ha* published tbe following interesting naws, received from Mr. MTntyre and hie party, to j January 12 . I Mr. MTntyre, with two men, were tben mi tbe I bomson River, about 1*20 miles from Aramac Creek, towards which place they were travelling. Heavy rains bad fallen, and both horses and camels were rapidly improving in con dition. Several applications .to join tbe party hud been received t'rutamen travel I ling about the country. } M>. M'lntyre intepd? to recruit at | Aramac, and then to pfoaecute bis search. ; His bivtber arrived at Bowen Dowua, with-cattle early in January, aud awaits I there the arrival of the p*rty. I The mailman from Peak DOWIIH, with tbe uiail from the South, was stuck-up on Weduesday by the Wild Scotchman, be tween Gaibsi'ord and Springsure. The bushranger opened a large number of letters, and' afterward* threw them into his camp fire On the night before be stole twoberae» j front .Mr. £attie, at 6aiasr...
TEAPOTS AND CREAM-JUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
TEAPOTS AND CREAM-JUGS. Strange to say, the teapot is a modern invention. The ebclenta never e&w the tea plant, nor tasted that delicious beverage which " cheer* but T>t inebriates " Among the remains of ancient Hgypt you will flud plenty of earthen jaw once filled from the .acred Nile; the mighty empire of Aitek list atill ita cinerary urns to ehow; tbe earthenware of Celtic peoples is constantly earning to light; and Etruris, the long vanished home and kingdom of the arts, preserves to this day her vasea of every gbape and unrivalled beauty; but none of the extinct nations possessed that preoioua teapot which every hovel iu England can boast. The case is not the same with the cream-jag. The museum of Gregory XVI. contains numerous vessels which the kCtruB eaue probably used for milk. Virgil tells us of the pails in wbiob the Latien peasants earned their goats' milk to market at day break ; and every reader of tbe Georgics remembers what pains they took to render milk sa...
ADELAIDE. February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
ADELAIDE. February 15. I be iwieii Lie win hue arrived from tlie Northern territory, bringing with her Colonel Finuiiss and forty other members of the party. At the time ul' Mr. M'Etinlay'a arrival there, there Hue great confusion. He HOOK | succeeded in restoring order. ' Mr. M'Kinlay has dwcuvefed some splendid country south-west of tbe settle incut, and the settlors are removing under ; I tin instructions. February 1&lt;J. The despatches which have been re- j coived from Mr. M'Kinlay give a gloomy I account of the Northern Settlements Spleniid cotton bus beeu grottrn this j season. A Government Osteite eitraondmarj i vrBsJiBKued on Thursday last to the effect 1 (bat owiLg to ettlaiu inaccuracies hating j been discovered in the Roll of Magistrates ] as published in the Government Gazette i of the 29th ultimo, tlie Governor bu been-! pleased to cancel such Kol!, and to direct j the publication of tbe list as contained in J ! the Gazette as the recognised Roll of j Mnjnatrat...
THE THEORY OF FARMING (From the Melbourne Ar[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866
T!IE THEORY OF FARMING: * ' (From the Melbourne Arjp§) " The best lands of tliia country are now not far from being exhausted," as we leiirn from nstatement made1 to tbo elec tors of Brighton a few days since liy we Attorney-Goneml. It may lie roughly estimated that tbe area already alienated from the Crown is not more than one tenth of the superficies of the colony, and that thp lands sold include a great deal that is only fit for pastoral purposes. But assuming, for the sake of argument, that ten per cent, of the total area of Victoria is adapted for tillage, tbe small propor tion which thiB bears to the whole terri tory ought to suggest to us some very serious considerations as to the best mode of turning our atable lands to permanently profitable account. There is a great temp tation in all newly peopled countries to " work the heart out of" the soil' in the districts first settled, and then to abandon, them io favour of the virgin land in the interior, where the same exhaustw» ...