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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867
OENEBAL SUMMARY. London, December 26. I The Queen is in good health, and stay ing at Osborne Houee. The Queen intends visiting Ireland. When quiet has been restored, the period of the royal sojourn will be distinctly fixed. The Australian October mails were delivered in London, via Marseilles, on the 19th December, And on the 24-th via Southampton. The' intended policy of the Ministry with reference to the lleform question has not been disclosed. There is a division in the Cabinet on the subject. Lord Stanley andMr.Disraeli advocated bold measures; Mr. Lowe, Lord Cranbourne and the extreme Conservatives are opposed to such measures. A very stormy session is anticipated, and a change of Ministry and. probable dissolution prophesied. A Royal Commission hae been appointed to enquire into the neutrality laws question. The movements of the Fenian* have been completely paralysed by the prompt «ction taken by the government Arrests are made daily. Large quantities of nuns hare been seized....
WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. (Before Chas. Clark, Esq, J.P., and W. Thompson. Enq., J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867
WARWICK POLICE COURT. TCE6DAT, FnnnUA.Hr 12. (Before Clias. Cldrk, Esq, J.)'., and W. Thomnsou. End.. J.P/1 Charles Armstrong, Petor Hoffman, and John Winstono were each summoned for neglecting to destroy tiio Batliurst burr on their premises. Seven days were al lowed for the destruction of the burr, and : each wpro mulcted in 3s. Cd. costs. i
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867
COMMERCIAL. Bank discount was lowered to j3j- per ceut. on the 20tli December, *ffiie ap pearances of t'le exchanges arc favourable. Tbc bullion in the coffcrs of the Bank of England is in excess of ita amount at any time for the last eight years. COLONIAL OorEBtrjIENT SEClTOrTIF.S. Victoria, £104 to £105; New South Wales, £90 to £92 ; South Australian £106 to £108; Queensland, £91 to £93, - Exports to the colonies for the month shown decline to Victoria, Tasmania, mid New Zealand. To Sydney there is an in crease of £15,199, and to Queensland an iucrease to Adelaide.
EMU CREKE DIGGINGS. (From the S. M. Herald's Correspondent.) Emu Creek, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867
! EMU CREEE DIGGINGS. ( From the S. M. Herald't Correspondent.) j Emu Creek,"Janaarj 29. j lu one of my former letters I told you that I did mot think the majority of dams would stand when the rain came. We have now had the rain, I am serrv to say my opinion has been justified. Tfiere were a series of thunderstorms hero yes tor Jay; one of them that lasted, at the outside, not mqre than twenty miuute*, deluged the whole place, set the creeks all round running, And poured dovra a body of water from the clouds, not in- drops, but in perfect sheets. I could Bee the i water fairly drifting along in aT»odr j before the fierce wind that sent it into every nook and cranny of the hastily con I Btructed buildings ot Qrent'ell, Io two tniuutes after the storm commenced, every creek and gully was sending forth a stream of water, which in a short time made such a volume in the main creek as threatened to inundate the lower part of the town. There was no going out while the rain lasted, but the ...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE, PER GEELONG. NEWS TO JANUARY 6 (Abridged from the Courier.) Adelaide, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867
arrival OF Tin-; ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE, PER GEEtONG. NEWS TO JANUASr (Abridged from the Courier.) Adelaide, February 11. The Alexandra arrived off Glenelg on Sunday at 6 o'clock p.m. She made the passngo in 113 hours, and the trip down wards in 96 hours. The Avoca sailed for Galle. on the 3rd instant. TheGeelong, Captain Skettowe, renchcd the Round on the 6th February, and was to sail on the Oth. She left Galle on the 6th January, and experienced strong trade winds. The Oeelong's passengers for Sydney are Mr.,' Mrs., and Miss Eitchie, Mr. Bray, Mr. San Just, Mrs. Tofft and two children, Messrs. Davis, Molison, Smith, Travers, Wylie, Watson, Marsnclr, Mr. and Mra. Grant and four children, Messrs. Sutton, Wade, Wardwell, Culbert, Link later, George, end Moses. English dates are to tbe 26th Dticem toer, and per Indo-European telegraph to 6th January.
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867
WOOL SALES. .The wool sales closed on tlio 10th December; large quantitiesnre held over by. the importers. The principal purchases nt the sales were made by manufacturers, who bought largely at prices equal to those ruling in thi August sales, excepting for Cape wools, on which there was a reduc tion of l£d. per lb. Stapled wools were in moderate deinaud. The total irjports of Australian wool for the year 186(3 were 316,875 bales. Lower prices are expected. *
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
Sts«£C&lt;wf0tt$. A member of the Legislative Assembly of Vancouver's I-iland epnke in that House recently for 17 boor* in order to prevent a bill of mnoh loo&l interest from passing be fore the close of a particular day which bad been appointed »s the limit of time for making certain payments. Tbe last 24 hoars of the twelvemonth alone remained, when tbig gentleman, Mr. M'Olute, began bis speeoh. Tbe Examiner says" Every effort was made by the majority to pat bim down and tire bim down. With a merci less unanimity tliey refused to allow bim to lean against a table, to pnt bis foot upon . ohair for a moment, to relieve himself from the irksomeness of his position by resting his iiami upon anything, or (&lt;? speak, in short, in any other than a rigidly erect and unaappported attitnde. Daring tbe whole of the time they relieved each other at in tervals, going oat and proonring each re freshments as they needed, and'always leaving a quwam in the Honse. Wben M'C...
JUDICIOUS SELFISHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
JUDICIOUS SELFISHNESS. A virtue of more strict obligation thro the virtue of benevolence dote not exist. Yet who cannot recal at a moment's notice inntinoeB of good weak men who have been throughout their live* central of oonftuioa and misery, simply by reason of their un adulterated amiability 7 Msnv excellent people are deterred from doing what is right through the fear of being thought unfeeling. Such persona offer positive pre miums to the unscrupulous self-assertion of others, and, little as they may wish or think it, aetually Increase the praotica! amount of selfishness in the world. In every relation in life we are liable to be exposed to un reasonable and selfish demand* which are sure to grow unless they are valiantly with stood. Our husbands, our wives, our chil dren, onr servants, our friends, are all powers which will unfailingly encroeob on onr individuality if we will let them. In matters involving important principles this is perhaps to their credit rather than other ...
THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
THE ^TENTEttlrIELD CHRONiCLE. TUESDAY. FEBBUAEV 19. J86f. tozbdieve *.*? coTtect in asserting that His BxCBCusartft dw Gorgaaoa intends paying a fisit to this district in a tety abort time. ' Mr. Dodoi-AS told us id Whenbewasacandidatefor the Eastern Downs, but We h»ve other information whfehaets the mtW at pest. Lady BOwe* and family'are Alsoto honour the diitrict bf their pfesenoe on the aamo occasion, tier Iswlyship being desirous of mending k weaker tiro on the i)oirat for (to benefit of iter health. This is no fbeaaiononr to ourdistrict, as one which l's capable of recruiting health in an eminent degree. The tea breere is no doubt exhilarating to persons suffer ing froth certain maladies, but in the hot cummer months a trip to the Downs by Jhe residents of Brisbane would tend greatly to the forigoration both of their physical and mental energiei. We hope the.visit of her Ladythip will prove bene ficial to her health, slid ao pare the Way for others who wiih to' enjoy aa atmos p...
(From the Ollewa Times, November 16.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
(Ftom the Otlttea Tinti, Noeimber 16.) The Nev York World afTeota to believe that the Fenians oodtemplate Mother in vasion or Briiiah North America. It pub lishes a cirenlar, Earned by President Ruberta jnat after the Tory Congress, directing the equipment of military organisation of the brotherhood throughout the States, and fcttaches great importance thereto, though the dnonment is a mere piece of bravada to digguiae the collapse of the institution. The Yforld also eaya, " there is good reason fur thinking that, whatever the course of the Canadian Government with reference to the convictod Fenians may be, the Oana* &lt;lian Volunteers will have work to do before the winds of Maroli blow again." And we tell the World the Canadian Volunteers will do their work; and whatever doubt may exiat at to ttio final disposition of the Fenims now on hand, the nest batch will b« summarily disposed of within forty-eight hours of thnlr capture. Upon this point there need be no misundersta...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
ENGLISH NEWS. (The following additional items we take from the Ouardian: The aecouchcHiant of the Princess of Wales aiid of the Princess Helena is ex pected. The pastoral letter of Archbishop Cullen condemns .the Fenian movement. It is reported that ah explosion in a Staffordshire colliery was caused by the careless use of the lamps. In Yorkshire the disaster is attributed to the rash use of blasting power in drives. Relics of the Franklin expedition have bees discovered amongst the Esquimaux, They include some documents belonging to tne'explorors. The Great Eastern has been chattered by a French company to I'tfn between New York and Brest.
(From the New YorK Tribune.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
IFrcm ike Xew Fori 7Vt&une.) Although ererjthing teem* doll and pros* is at Fenian headquarters, yet tbere i« . great deal of work being dons quietly and without any ostentation or alio* to make tbe Fenian Brotherhood ready for war. 8oae of tbe military firtni in Maidenlane night perchance tell of the large quantities of military buttons being manufactured for the Irteh army, with tbe harp of Erin engraved thereon, and several large clothing boosea are at present engaged in the proeeia of manufacturing thousands of uniforms for I sertioe. Thirty thousand uniforms have been contracted for; it is expected they wiQ t>e entirely completed by the 1st of December. The uniform is as follows ; Pantaloons blue, with green wursted stripe or cord; green flannel blouse, United States army overeoat, and blue tap with green band. Companies and regiments are being organised all over (he States, and best of all, competent cfficers art receiving their commissions daily from head-quarters,...
THIS AMERICAN FENIANS. (From the New York World,November 12) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
THIS AMERICAN FENIANS. | (/Vom the ykw York World, November 12) The great issues of Fenianism-the liberation of Ireland and conquest of Ireland-still remain undecided. Whether these points will ever he settled time alone can tell. The two factions, headed respec tively hy Roberts and Stephens, continue to have their, numerous euppoiters, and eaob assert it is the odJV national one, the only honest organisation, and elig. matises the other as anfaithrql to the inte rests of Ireland, and regarding merely its perannal aggrandisement. . Matters will probably some time culminate, whether in success or exposure, but in the meantime both partioa are working hard for the ac complishment of some object, whether per aonal or national cannot be said. Sinoe Roberts'* arrest and discharge Vy the United 8tate> authorities very little has been hoard of this (ranch of the brotherhood. The members have esohewed " spouting," and it i* asiit are working in real earnest. Prom what we can father this...
news by the mail, VIA TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867
$tM fog tht VIA TORRES STRAITS. We (Courier) are-iu reoeipt of the Borne IfiuM of tbe 10th December, from wblob we summsriss the following items of news s TEMIOBAL POWER or THE POPE.-A noMter meeting of Roman Catholiof was field at St. Jamee'e Hall, on tba evening of tbe 6th of December, for " tba promotion of the organisation of tba Confraternity of 8t. Peter." Archbishop Manning, wbo took tbf chair, professed to be in no degree alarmed for tbc fate of tbe temporal power of tbe Pope. It appeared to him that tbe whole question was left in tbe bands of. Providence, and tbat, in any eventuality, the freedom and the supremacy of Peter's raeoeasor could suffer no harm. Tbe Earl of Denbigh and Sir George Bowyer spoke at acme length in . similar strain. Various resolutions ware passed with an extraordi nary unanimity, each being prefaced by an elaborate essay on the prospeots of tbe Papacy, by tbe different epeaken. Several ladies of rank and distinction were present. Btmsun PKOSICLTHBM.-...