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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. (Before W. Thompson, Esq., J. P., and F. Margetts, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. TCEBDAT, FeBBDABr 19. (Before W. Thompson, lieq., J. P., and F. .Margetts, Hsq., J.P.) John Cronan vf.is brought up in custody for being drunk and disorderly. He pleaded guiltv, and wag fined fis., or 24 hours io the lock-up. Thomas Jones appeared, on remand, charged with neglecting to cut the Bathurst burr ou his farm at Campbell's Plains. Tiiig case was adjourned »o as to allow of nn inspection of the grounds. Mr. Sub-Inspector Harris visited the spat and reported a considerable quantity of Buthurst burr was growing on the farm which the defendant had rented. He was fined £5, or in default, distress to issue.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHISKY DRINKING IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

WHISKY DRINKING IN SCOTLAND. Whiiky in Scotland is a national ingtitn lion. The implements for making toddy are household* gods, which descend Mbeir loom* from - one -generation to Mother. These implement* consist of a brass or direr toddy-kettle, . quaint black whisky, bottle of the Dutch character, . certain number ef (tout tumblers with feet to them, little square or oblong doylies Mored to toddy, and a dozen or two of cilv«r toddy, ladlea. Nq householder consider* himself oetnpletely eat up in life nnler* be poueuei the proper implements for making and drinking tuddy. And the cunaumption of this national compound i« a grand ceremo nial, a aolemn sacrifice to jj^cchiu, COD daeted with great atate and circnmitanee. Tbe dinner is nothing, the toddy afterward* is everything. I have heard that my grandfather ma always very impatient of the .goneludinn oonrir* of dinner. Tbe cheese mu . formula for which bebad no toleration. He would never give anyone an opportunity of taking cheeie. ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

BUILDING SociRTr.-The fourth monthly meet ing of the ehareholders of this society vu held At Mr. Brown's old anetion martron Tuesday evening last. The sum paid in was £614i. ltd. There were three shares (old, which realised the respective amounts of 81,85. and 86 per cent. This Is ceitainly very gratifying to the Society, but we inostaay lliat the above Ugh rate of Interest offured for too ley does not betoken b healthy state of things in War wick. We hope to see a less figure prevail at tlx next monthly tnee' tag. A transfer of the aergeauts of police In this distrlot la about (o take place, dating from the firat proximo. Sergeant Oarion, who iiss for abont 12 years been a re Ident In Ipswich, la to be atatloned lu Helldon. and his plaoe will be filled by Aetlng-Sergeant Priday of that plaoe. Sergeant Francis is to be removed to Warwick, on bis own application, and Acting Sergeant Oynsls to procssd to Port Mackay. (Jut end and Timet. THE CABBIEBS' ACT.-A correspondent to the Guardi...

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THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE FOUND AT LAST. (From the Pell Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

THE PHILOSOPHER'S 8TONK FOUND AT LA8T. iFrtm tk$ JkU Malt QtutU.) Certain enterprising epeeulatora, trading undertke name of- Measr*. H. tud I. Smith, end dating Iron MarrWal, Abbey Foregate, Stirewabory, are obtaining u oca praise juat dow from the (porting preaa fur their "respectability.and eoNeacy." JkU't lift, (he Sporting Lift, tbe Sporting Oautla, and the Jjitnfooi Memny ail oonour in reeominendiBg the public to place implicit oobfidetee in the«ood.faith of this firm, who profess to here discovered iibutt ant to fortune hitherto unknown. One ct Meurs. Smith'* cireulat* ia no* before a*, tad we will endeavour briefly to give onr readers en Met of tbe niton ot tbe enterprieein which tbe leading organ* of the (porting pnu of England ere urging el) the world to embark* Siccus. Smith «bdcuec«* new eyetem of betting, tbe reeolts of which tbey-declare to be unfailing. If it ie generally adopted every hacker of a horae will in fwnre win, and nobody wilt idle. And tbia diaoovcry Meaar...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry. THE HUMAN SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

s. THE HUMAN SHAliKS. To what an age do ire belong I I've heard this observation mufie " In this, deception if no wrong; 'Til nothing bljt a trick of trade." Can that be Christianity Wliidi givei a insn the power to «ay, j - "I nevet'|ireetio» trickery,- ? -J Excepting in a business way t" Tlie faitb of Tnrka is better than What passes fur the Christian's creed; Tlie superstitious Mossulmai le true in word, and joit in deed. Look to it. ye who trick in trade,' Bo wern'd, my land, ere, panie-elruck. All know theao tiroes are fell display'd And all their eins, by Uabakkuk. 60, »ee t'je men in many a town " Countless as fishes of the main, Like creeping things go up and down. Vim no one .over tliem to reigit. " Tbey angle all (to' wit. tlioy trade) And catch Jheir. neighbours in their net, .. Tber fore rejoice they, eud are 4jlad, For treasure in their drag they get. " They aeoriBse unto their net, And to tlirir drag they Incense turn," 1 In piece of God their trade Jbey act, . Confidi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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QUEENSLAND'S PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

QUEENSLAND'S PROSPECTS. The Courier. in iti inmmiry for Europe, tti tb« following re)»ti»e to tbe preient stats of tbe colony, and it* latere pfo« pcets "Arblti fr' » a variety of otme*, . more hopefal feeling is gradually taking pnmssnioo uf tbe public mind, and thoagb there are tDouy who Mill speak deapo&d Ingly and oontinne to look M tbe gloomy ?id* of affair*, jet tbe general itrpreeaioo .MUM to be th*t tbe colony has pasted through tbe itorat of the erisia, and that henceforward tbinja nay be expected to improve. Tbe news tbat has reoently ar rived, tbat onr finaneial agents in London hare snocseded in diiposiog of Queensland debenture* to tbe extent of £400,000, though in one way at. a cuntiderable lou to the colony, bu tended In a great degree to revive pnbjjo confidence, for in <be preient position of tbe public finance* it it wtitfae tory to know tbat tbe debeutnret are saleable oven at a aacrifioe. Tbe Govern Bent will eoon have fund* in hand to enable t...

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 — 22 February 1867

AI.IUWA ANI» «M:'.'AUTUKK OK TFLK VMI-S. ASHIV A.s. Ptem Maryland, ever*/ Tttvff/tv, at 1 p.m, and every Saturday iit C p.m. M Uricbnne an J Ijim.ich. via Prat/ton, by Cobb'* ronrht*. every Tueeday, Thurt' I day, end Saturday, nf 3 p.m. * t.epbnrn via Tr'o t > ; iggings,-every Ifirrf tiesday, at nonn, M'/Aft TURKS. For Maryland* every Monday, at 8 a,m^ and every Thursday, at * p.m. Brisbane and fptxeicb, via Vraytan, every M<wday% Wednesday, a'>d Friday, by CobbV coaches. at 9 a m. t, Warwick to Letjburn,Ltvery_ Thursday, at 4 a.m. NrR. - fatter* mutt hi footed at the Conn fry flfires half «n hour prelum* t*'$he fi'mr fixed for the despateh of mails, but fate letters .mil be received to within a quarter of an bov'r,'fif)on a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter. * Newspapers are reqvired to be posted one hovr before the time appointed for closing tht ma'In* The English mail closes cn or about the 17th of etery month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

THE WARWICK AEGUS «n tpttWPHOTTIBT.T> CHBONICLE 18 pnbliahad *mj Taaaday .*°a morolrgL and forwartad to all puti of tha Atutraliaacoumlaa. TKBHS Or 8DBSCBIPT10M. saffl\*inaBt) :: iS: jH-rtaa. Ooartat* UrminkU Slit Xareh, 80th June, 80th September. and Bill Daeaoibar. Sabecriben wtahlng to withdraw their burn from the lilt will bt nqulrad to forward their .aptatlacofai^qnartar. TCRMBFOft ADVERTISING. TwoUm?.... J J r«or|lnet> J 0 BlaUnaa » ® StchtliDM . 0 .Kratg^addMontl bra How. or ^ ^ m aa par fti'ffnwnti A Ubml 4iMoaat aUoma on alTatUMmenU ordered for more than tlx oonaecntWe inaeitlona. Birth*, nairiagaa, ar Ml, 8a. tttb inaer *'hi the abaenoa of writtea inatrootiooa to tha contrary, aivwtiaWMBt* will ha Inaartad ontil . *°Aa»rtb^w><a tnort beeentln to the Offiw not later than twoo*clo«* m IdoadMr m! Tboia d»4ftarooona, tod Mian for** withdrawal or altiretioa Of adTertlMmaate, juort fcaaeut 4n by ,*«« on HMor*.,. a£ Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. ha la pnpfrad to M...

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SYDNEY. February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

SYDNEr. February 16. | The Bev. Mr. Boddricb, charged with perpetratiug «u unnatural offence, has been acquitted. Another bushranger has been captured near Mndgee. February 16. Dr. Bland baa patented an invention for Suppressing combustion caused in a ronfwcd space by the generation of car bonic gaa. tSouie good tpech&ena of lend ore bav© been discovered mt Worroo, near Tan. Queensland Treasury bills are quoted r< f>ne hundred and four. Gt'ld bflB Ir-cd received per escort, rinowil'iig to f>M9 ounces. The Mint las mtivnl gold for coinage, to the v iiluc < t Coin baa been issued il.i i mouiil of forty-eis thousand » \\tt\g\*. February 18. 'j t «? Hrv. f.-vpr lu-en appointed Jii.l'i J. rft»IT.fl<«l. 'jlit AUiii.ii'iil CviilictMs li&\e ar rived. Julmaon, chargcd with defrauding the Commercial Bank, lias been remaudud for a week. The bushranger Council, one of Clarke's gaug, lins been triod, fuuud guilty, and tenlenred lc death. Bus...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

Vrau&LY CALENDAR. Titeo. Vvd. Tlnir*. Friflny P«t. PUN. i MoohV Ape.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

pwrtisfwftife. ... Wanted, , ^ f ACHBR8EUAKKB, either Man »r woinsn'. who aoderstauds the process thoroughly. Apply to JOHN WILSON, 109 Tflgai Beef. Wanted, i.» BY a Single Mini. UOAffD and LODGING iu a jiimte family. Fartloulars, &o.,«&b lie obtained by addressing m wider, ' B.A.I... fast-office. Warwick, Ttlmiij It, 1867. 82 Wanted, AKITUA'JION. as KOR8E and NEEDLE ? WOMAN. ID a respectable funiily. lii advertiser l« also capable of Imparting a plain Knj,ll>li education,-Address A.li., office of ttilt |>epcr. 67 Tenders Wanted. FOB tlie ERECTION of TWO COTTAGES. Separate Venders lor eaoh. Plan and Speciflontion to beseen at SAMUEL KVENDKX'if, Oouiueioial Hotel. Tenders to be asut ID on the 86th Institrt, at 12 *>'ol.*k. Lowest or any otbar Tender not necessarily accepted. 100 NOTICE. HATING Porcbaaed from Mr. P. FILMING (lie HlOlIT ol BRANDS of all HORBUS di'Kciilwd in . list gut fiom boott end lirebuer, any person fuuud tiaiug. taking awny, or aelling any...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. (Before G. L Pratten. Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

Thubsdat. Febrcaby 21. (Before G. L Pratteo. Ken.. J.P.l Charles Sweetland appeared on Bum moiis, charged with having, on or about the 28tli January, feloniously taken and converted to his own use certain promis sory notes, the property of Charles Clark and Co. The promissory notes were des cribed as follows:-By llotiry Clcary, £32 9a. 5d.; James Morgan, £27 3s. Od. ; Thomas Amies, £35 12s.; 8. Marshal, £3115s. 4d.; St. G. 11. Gore, £51 15s. lOd. The case was adjourned' until Saturday (to-inorrow).

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ROCKMAMPTON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

KOCRMAMPTON. February 19. j £Ao uiBtrisl Uourt sittings commenced 1 on Saturday. The criminal business it 1 aotr being got through, 'Jhe cases 'try-. j lug ore of au unimportant character. j _ A "e'"rrus'1 hae occurred at the dig. Morinibfi, about two miles fruui the old workings. " The prospects arc rgood(.and the gold is enid to be of superior quality.'

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ST. LAWRENCE. February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

ST. LAWKENCE. Februaiy 16. j .The Meckay blacks Lave nude a rafd i od CbiiBtian'ti Station, about 40 tniles on ! tine side i>f Macltay. Tboy nearly killed ! a stockman, tearing hie clotlieB and other wise ill-treating him. By latent accounts the blacks bad not been brought to jug ipapector Cpmpiguf and troop were in pursuit of tliem.

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ADELAIDE. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

ADELAIDE. I'Vlirunry IS. | . Two of Koarney's gang of fn<il|>adsli:ire been found, guilty, uud coudi'iinii'd !*> death.

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MELBOURNE. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

MELUOPUNTI. February IS. l'uur shojiu 111 iiourke-Btreel, u|i|,obHu tho market, vnero burned on Saturday inornin^' lust. The Exhibition closes on Saturday.' A man named Itynn, charged ivitli a criminal assault on a e!ii!d, has b«m tried and cuuvictcd, nnd sentenced to be hanged. ' The markets are steady.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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40 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

fiO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. TTr heg to state that our Accounts for the quarter ending 31st December hut are now in course of deli very, endue hope (hey will be settled tcilhout the least delay Those in arrears will kindly oblige us ly a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to ihem. ? This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, ue trust our friends iiill acknowledge tie fact by send- , ing remittances. . j

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

A. semi-official, or perhaps it might be called an official circular, inasmuch ea it bore the sign manual of the Olprk of the Legislative Assembly, was issued yester day to the members of both Houses of Parliament The purport of the docu ment is to invite those gentlemen to inspect, to-day, the buildings now in course of erection close to Government House, and see whether they are'likely to be in-ft fit state for the .reception of our senators during the "Approaching session. It seems a sort of practical joke in the present condition of/these buildings to invite an inspection df them for the pur pose, as it is impossible for them to be in anything like readiness for occupation by the time to which Parliament .has been prorogued. Perhaps, however, the tootifi cation may have been issued in «U serious- i oeis. Honorable gentlemen may be so I charmed with their proportions as to con sent to a furtlior prorogation of jparlia me.nt until thesd and certain other Go vernment jobs could be ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DALBY. February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

>DALBY. . .'February 15. Aldormati Twine has been elected Mayor for ibe present year.

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THE WARWICK ARGUS AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

TENIEBF1ELD CHEONICLE. FRIDAY. FEBBUABY 22, 1667. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS {Attiigei.front tht Btithann OtUg paptrt.) TObWOOMBA February 16. I A man named Jtimes Buhtry clipped front a scaffolding lit one of the railn-ay bridges,ucar Ballard's Camp, Una morning,'' and felt a distance of ihirty feet Hie .pine was fractured, and be survived the fall only * jfew minutes. An inquest bas been held. A man named Mark Punert, employed as groom by Cobb . and Co., at Gowrio Creek,' where it is customary for the ! coach to change horses, wag thrown from a borne yesterday while mustering cattle into the stockyard. His neck was broken, and he died. j

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