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A SKILFUL DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

A SKILFUL DETECTIVE. The Duke of Newcastle is n keen sports- I man, and takes no little pleasure in ac companying his visitors over the stubbles and woods of Clumber. Report says that a party assembled in a certain portion of those tar-fàmed preserves in tbe autumn of 1865, but so scree were the hares and tho pheasants that the noble duke and bis friends returned with empty bags. Game had been seen in the early part of the season, and consequently the poachers must hare taken it away. Still no poachers had been seen, ancLno poachers bad been caught-no trace oTsuare or net peg-holes was to be seen, and the cannie Scotch man who superintends the poultry yard plainly intimated to the duke that no poachers hrd taken tbe pheasants, aud partridges, end hares. An immense num ber of pheasants are every year brought j up bf baud at Clumber, aud afterwards turned into the woods. Time passed on in its silent course. Spring came, only to be succeeded by summer, autumn, and harvest. The noble du...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1807. HIGHLY VALUABLE PBOPEKTr TS FOB SALE, Under »nd bj Virtue of a Mortgage Deed, ABTHUR EDWABD DOUGLAS HAS received instruction« to Bell by public auction, et CABÏBB'S HOTEL, io tbe Town of warwick, in tito Colony of Queensland at 12 o'clock (ntioo), ' On THURSDAY, April the 16th, 1867, All that piece or parcel of LAUD, in tbe Colony of Queenaland, containing by ad measurement Five Acres, be the Bama inore or less, situated lu the County of Merivale, Parish of Warwick, and Town of Warwick; portion number two hun dred and six, commencing on the Con damine Biver, at the south corner of - portion 205 ; and bounded thence ou tba north-west by the south east boundary of that portion, bearing north seventeen degrees fifty-three minutas east, nina chains and ninety links to à road one chain and fifty links wide, on the north east by that road bearing east seventeen degrees fifty-three minutes soutb, five chains on the sontb-east by tbe north west boundary cf portion n...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

Impounded, AT Warwick, from Canning Downs, bj order of F. J. 0. Wildash, Esq., on thu 7tb February, 1867 ; wrongly described in former advertisement; driving expenses, 2s. 8d. per head : Cream-coloured colt, near hind foot white, like J off shoulder, like J se near ahoulaer If not released on or before Tuesday, the 16th March, 1867, will be sold on that day, at noon, to defray expenses. H. MITCHELL, H* Poundkeeper. Impounded, AT Warwick, from Glengallan, by order of John Deuchar, Esq., ou January 26th, wrongly described in former advertisement ; driving 4a. Cd. per bead : Cbesnnt roan mare, like Z off shoulder, like »j over Z over Alf near shoulder, blaze 'If not released OD or before Tuesday, the 19th March, will bo sold on that day, at noon, to defray expenaes, H. MITCHELL, 119 Poundkeeper. Impounded, AT Warwick, from Canning Downs, by order of P. J. C. Wildash, Eau., on the 13th February, 1867 ; wrongly described in former advertisement; driving expenses, 2s. Od. per bead : OheBD...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

I A POLICEMAN LEAHNED IN THE LAW. Oo Friday waok an ex-polioeman, named William Myera, appeared before the Bradford Magistrate» with brief and law bouka-in fact, all tho paraphernalia of aa attorney in regular praotioe, except a large bag and a amati boy-to conduct bis own case. He was charged with assaulting j a woman named Georgiana Burgees. The | complainant had beeu separated from her i husband, tbe furniture of their home bad I been sold, and the defendant had obtained a portion of it, foi; which he had omitted to pay. Cu Tuesday, the complainant went to a friend's house, and with a view to a reekouing, sent a message to the defendant, ; wbicb, however was couched in somewhat j violent terms. The defendant io a short tims appeared, and after the interchange of various foul names between himself and the woman, the latter rsised her 'fist and : threatened to "split bis skull." Where upon the valiant ex-guardian of the peace, 1 with a view to prevent such a catastrophe, struck ber...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DREADFUL DEATH BY FIRE OF TWO LADIES IN SCOTLAND. The Inverness Courier publishes the [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

DREADFUL DEATH Bf FIBE OF TWO LADIES IN SCOTLAND. I The invernas Courier publishes the fol- | lowing ' account of a melancholy occurrence at Bade nock, íuverncss-ehire, r stilling in the death of two ladies upwards of 80 year« of age :-Miss Charlotte Macpherson, the eldest of the sufferers, was 86 years of age, and her sister, Miss Jane, was nearly as old. They occupied a beautiful hut seeluded mansion, seven miles from Kingiissic, were very wealthy, and led quiet lives, respected and beloved by their tenantry aud neighbours. They slept in separate rooms - Miss Charlotte in an apartment on the-drawing-room floor, and Miss Jaue in an attic bedroom on the floor above. Mies Charlotto did not wish to have any one in ber apartment. About eleven o'clock on Thursday night, the house keeper put Miss Charlotte to hed, and tbe lamp WEB extinguished. There was no 6re iu the room, and no matches. MUs Jane was sitting st this time in a little pjrlour on tho same floor, and there was a fire burni...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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IRISH DROLLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

IRISH DROLLERY. An arousing story of Dainos Barrington, Recorder of Bristol, is related by one of the English press. Having to appear for a plaintiff in a case at Clonmel, be let into tbe defendant in unmeasured terms. The in dividual inveighed against not being présent, only heard of the invectives. After Barrington.hovrever, had got back into Dublin, the defendant, a Tipperary man, named Foley, lost no time in paying Cia compliments to the counsel. He rode all day and night, and, covered with elect, arrived before Barrington'e residence in Harooart-street, Dublin. Throwing the bridle of his smoking horse over the railing of the area, he announced bis' arrival by a thundering knock at the door, Barrington's valet answered the summons, and, opening tbe street-door, beheld tbs apparition of tbe rough-coated Tipperary fire eater, «¡tb a large «tick under hts arm, and the sleet sticking to bis bushy whiskers. " Is your master upi"' demanded the visitor, iu a voice tbat gave, some intim...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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OUR PACKED HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

OUR PACKED HOU8E. Tlie fol Wing letter, addressed to the editor of the 7boi»oo«i6o Chronicle, under the above bending, appeared in Wednes day'« íaaue of that paper : Sir,-The introduction of the ballot-bos waa confidently looked upon by the masse* of tho people aa one of the most liberal achievements of the present age for the unfettered exercise of political freedom. The gross corruptions that had prevailed and bad been an unblushingly practised between electors and candidates fot legislative honours were cried down from one end of the country tn tho other. Social ties were rent asunder by political exactions, and all the hideousness of incn'a vilest passions rose to the surface on the eve of elections. The lowest, the mid dling, and even the higher classas of the Î>eoplrt were not exempt Gram temptation irita most grovelling forms, whether by bribery in gold or by place, sinecure, or pension. Directly or indirectly a vast majority of electors voted for Brown or Jones, according...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DR. PUSEY ON CONFESSIION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

DB. PUSEY ON CONFESSION. Dr. Facey has addressed another long letter to the iïmit cn the ahove subject. This practice, be esys, was learned by those I who for many years past have used it, from the Prayer-book, arid wita the result of the voluntary workings of people's couscieiicc», .nd all be de.'irej is that both clergy end laity should be free to do what they ' seierally think right, not.abridging the liberty of others. The power of absolution by the clergy they believe in its plain and i literal sense. It has been transmitted by tbe Apostles to their successors, though it ' would be ol no avsil to Buy one who should seek it without repentance sud pur|K»e to amend. The statement in the Homilies is plain, that " absolution bath the promise of forgiveness of eins," and the callous (ramed by convocation in 1603 imply that confes sion to a priest was an exintiug practice. Appealing to other authorities, Sr. Pusey «.intends that in the four chamen «¡liirh the English Prayer-book hu un...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ST. DAVID'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

8T. DAVID'S DAT. Th« following interesting and amusing notice of St. David and St. David's Daj is taken from an article published aom< time ago in the periodical called London Society, and will be read with all the mort interest on the anniversary of the feast of the Patron Saint of Wales: Io that veracious and delightful history of the " Seven Champions of Christendom," which we all read with such thrilling in terest as boys and girls, we lea-n how St. David, the patron saint of Wales, roamed about in like manner with bis six fellow champions, as a knight-errant, rescuing unprotected females, fighting against wrong and oppression, the ridding the world of giants and other monstrosities, until he unfortunately fell into the power of the vile magician, Ormandine, whose snells threw the doughty Welshman into an enchanted sleep of (as nearly as we recollect) some centuries duration. From other chronicles, perhaps equally veracious we learn that instead: of being a warrior, S...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A LONG CHASE AFTER A FORGER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

A LONG 0HA8E AFTER A FOBGEB. ] Abrief telegram received in Glasgow, on Wednesday, by Mr, Gommel, procura tor fiscal, announces tbe tact that Grea test, the photographer, who waa wanted on a charge of forging Union Dank noteB, has been apprehended in America, ft will be remembered that in the be ginning of October last a, number of forged £1 notes of the Union Bank of Scotland were passed in Greenock and subsequently in Glasgow. Although every effort was made by the authorities at the time, Ito trace of the foigers could be obtained. After having passed the notes herej tbe forgers, it would eeem, travelled north, towards Aberdeen, aud then, for what reason does not appear, they retraced their Steps« and on Wednes day, the ord October, began operations in Dalkeith. After passing several counter feit notes in tibia town, they were very cleverly apprehended, through the instru mentality of a shopkeeper's assistant. The utterers of the forged notes, who had a large amouit of rae spurious...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

TO 8TTBSCR/DERS AND ADVER TISERS. Wa fea to »tata that ow Accounft for the f furrier ending 81«/ December hit ere note in courte of delivery, and tee hope they trill he trifled without the lent delay Thote in arrear* trill kindly ohlige ut by m prompt tetttament, et our requirement* mutt be ebviou* to them. j HÄ" 79i* Reim; the proper time for payment ' of tuhtctiptiori* in advance, ire fruit our friend* trill acltiowUdgc the fact hy tend ing remittance*.

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A WARNING TO RIFLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

A WABNINO TO RIFLEMEN. A curions point of considerable public interest bas arisen in connection with the now general introduction of breech-loading email arms. Hitherto the protection ol the public against weak, unsafe firearms bas been secured bj the attachment of a penalty to the sale of any gun not bearing the regular proof mark. This proof mark afforded a sufficient guarantee that tbe pin would withstand the strain involved in its ordinary nee. Bat with a breech loading gun, the proof mark does not necessarily carry with it any guarantee oi safety ; for the safety of the majority oí breech-loaders is quite aa much dependent upon the cartridge as upon tbe gun it self. In those breech-loaders of which the breech action ie adapted to sustain the explosion and to check escape of gae, irrespective of the cartridge-in the " needle-gun " for example-the proof mark would of course afford such a guarantee of security as it is designed to convey; but in those more numerous breech-loaders ...

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 — 5 March 1867

ARRIVAI» A.VO nïSPARTORK OK j THR MAILS. j AiwrvAW. JVtm Mfaryfand. everv Tuetday, at 1 p.m., and entry Saturday at 6 p.m. " Brithone and Ipewieh. via Drayton, by Cofrb't tournes, rvfry Tuesday. TAurs (foy. ana' Saturday.al 8 p.m. « /rfy&unt.t»'* T'tttii liiggingi.trtry Wed netday, at neon. flKr AKTtTKES. for Karyl ind. every Monday, at R 4«, and every Thurtday. at t p.m. fleitbone and Ipiwieh, via Drayton, refry Monday, Wednetday. a i Friday. hy Cobb'i roach et. ot 9 a.m. " Warwiek to Leyburn, every Thunday, at 4 a.m. tf.1t.-fatten mutt be fatted at the Country Pfitet half an hour pretiout tt the time Hied tar the deepateh o f matti, but late Ittlen trill bi received to within a quarter of en hour, upon a fee of a litpeuny itamp teing affixed to each Utter. Newtpaptrt «re required to be potted one hour is/ore the tine appointed for cloting the mailt. The Ungi i th nail elottt on ar about the 17th vf avery month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

THE WARWICK ARGÜÍ . TENTBBFIELD CHEONICLE III poMUhed avery Tuesday «nd Fridi mornlrg*. and forwarded to all parts of « Australian cotonías._ VBBHB OF SUBSCRIPTION. .frarteriy (in advanoe).8s. Ditto(cradit)..10». Order» nnicopmpaiiled by prepuyment willi ?Ml** no*att»ntlon. Quarters tarrataate Slat March, 80tli Jan *0th September, and Slat December. Subscribers wlihlogto withdraw their nan) ?hun «ba liât #01 te «iW tc forward Hie Teil^on(to^ÜOT*ia »ll aneare) dlrecti thewfflee a*leaet«rariean«iear dayl before il ?aspiration ot eaohnruuter. «EBM> JW» ADVEBMMNG. Twollnea ..........i... J « * FoUliaes ...... § O BU linee... » « Sightlines...............« O Ewr^adUttoDtl «va line», or ^ ^ Larg« «lid *«ájlByBÍ*iií»r*i»eiBente a* pi **AUbmJ dieeonat allowed on adrerUeemenl ?ordeno' for Éwtofbnvaix consecutive inaertioni Billin, iniTliifO» ot deaths, t§ r»f)i irrni *' In «ba «*a«ao| «rt* written taateootloM to tb' MMbna^f^r^^wunt* win lie inserted uni C?Ai»ie*l»e«<e»&...

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WEERLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

WKKMUY CALENDAR. j Moh. £ Toe«. . « wed. 7Tfinm.| BFrKUy »R«t. 108TJN. Il<Wan. Pnn .et*, H. M. fi . 24 fi . 23 fi . 22 6 . 21 6 . 20 6 : IB 6 . 18 Moon'* Ag«,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

A Farm to Lease, CONr WMN'U tlie following, vir. ;-A CULTIV mON" PADDOCK, of iS Acre» ; n U it ABS i'AODOCK or 45 Acres anoilief tilt A SS PADDOCK of 68 Acres: end a GAUDEN' cl' Three Acres. Tho improvements «re-a fire-roomed chani fer-board house, detached kitchen, garden fenced with paling, barn, steer-yard, stack, yard, and piggery. The house is only a few perches from the creek, and the paddocks hare frontages ti, the same. The abore ia the Farm occupied by ouiaelvos, and ita capabilities for wheat-growing, &c, aro too' well known in the district to ueed rehearsing. The only tiling which could induce u" to leaae this firat-claaa Form, which baa grown such heavy crops for the laat lour years, ia that we might be enabled to break up aud improve on more of our adjoiuiog land. Being only six or seven miles from Warwick, we solicit any one looking fur such a farm tu tonio sud judge for themselves. Wc only nrod a very moderate reut for any term of yuma agreed on. Early applica...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

CATTLE! CATTLE!! To Batchers, Farmers, &c. FRIDAY, ~MAßCH 8. «i. ©o wiriri, sm. HAS been favoured with instructions from the Proprietor to dispose of by public auc tiou. at N?AR THE CRITERION HOTEL, On FRIDAY, the 8th ¿net., 170 HEAD FAT & STOliE CATTLE, From New England, THE ABOVE CATTLE HAVE ARRIVED, and will be sold in Int« to snit purchasers, and offers an opportunity to Butchers of procnrtng fat stock, to Farmers of procuring a fat beast, or store cattle suitable for (attening in paddocks. Amongst the aoove tot are cattle fit to hrenk In to yoke or bail. The breed is celebrated for producing good milkers. Terms at Sale. 75 H LAUD! LAND!] LAND!!! FIR IT-CLASS BUILDING- SITES sa %t ACRE ALLOTMENTS, Bf 'FUATffETIQïï, WITHOUT HEBELVE. H. C. RANSOME AS received instructinus from Mi. Snortall to sell hy public auction, ut his SALE ROOMS, On SATURDAY next, March 9, To commence at ll o'clock, All that property, situated at the top of Guy and Dragon streets, lu Allotment...

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Poetry. SONG FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

SONG FOE THE SEASON. Panting, humans panting, Sne thom, every where; Lolling in verandah, Toiling up the stsir. Walking in the garden. Creeping 'long the street ; Every one is panting Whom yon chance to meet. Groaning, linmana groaning; Sinking from th? best-; Poding, panting, melting Down from head to feet. Oh. the stoutest " party" Feels the heat to-day ; Has no wish to labour. But on couch to *. lay." Thirsting, ïutnans thirsting, Drinking bitter beer, Bnshing to tbe publies. Craving summer cheer? Shandygaff imbibing. With a touch of ice? Sherry onbolers socking Pronouncing they are nice. Melting, humans meltiig Down toto their shoes. Hardly strength remaining To ask you, "What's tho news!* Preoions tissue wasting. Hourly losing weight : .'. " Down among tke dead men ". They are «oing straight. Crumbling, homans grumbling, Orumblo well they may ; Thermometer one hundred In middle of the day. Evenings like an oven. Mosquitoes all alive : Hess expert and vixenish A« bees within a h...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

LtvrírTAtLc OooucEWfCE.-It ii our patato! «out j to record the aoridental death of a young Centièmes of oar tows' lr/ Browning In th» Oondtmlni irrer, fh» only aon of oar rs «pe(>te0. Fonesltlfrtatrat*, D. M. Slnolstr. Eaq, The followliig particulars «ra now famish oar rasoirs?- Ur. D. Sinclair, «ho was in assistant tu'ttl* Warwick bratnfk of tbs Bink et N*w Booth WalH, with ©ne er two of hil .oa.-iilnt*noe*. irrat on . shooting eicuralon. "Ths.yonngiuneasad gentleman ¡weat Into tb» j «atar, tn lasssgernesi cf a*ort toieonre Mi 'prlis.'he «tif|)p«A «nd planted into th« wtrvaD. j HOWBTST, (lw» ar* «orr» le .etat«, that tn lill ^ritobriogtnetn'rd' to «bora, by «ams an- j foreseen w'seter' hs wa« either aelcet by «ramp, ar entangles by the wee/Is, ipa sank ] ?nnobasrnit by lill eotnpantons. aerar te rise i «gain altó), , Farther parti etil ara In reference to the erjoane* on tb» log nest held In sonia .qninae tjf_ this mest oufortnnete occurrence ] .aartll bi faraishso' to ear reade...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

Wanted, BT a Single Mait, HOAFD «nd LODGING in « private, fsmily. Particular!, ¿tc., can be obtained by addressing aa under, ß. A. I., Post-office. Warwick, February lt, 1867. 82 Wanted, ASITUATION, as NURSE »nd NEEDLE WOMAN, in s respectable family. Xbe advertiser is also capable of imparting a plain English education.-Address A.B., office of «bis poper. «7 Notice. MUIR ?undessigoee' begs to announce Iii at hia JL accounts ara now being rendered, and parties indebted will confer a favour by SETTLING THEM AT ONCE. Allacoonnta not settled within Fourteen Days from this date j wi1! be placad in- the hands of a solicitor for ¡ recovery. Signed, HENRY MITCHELL. Warwick. March Stb, IB'.7, 181 Notice. MB. H. O RANSOME ia authorised to receive Monti a-on my account in my absence. tSSV HENRY MITCHELL, . Notice. THE noderslgned begs to inform the inhabi tants of Warwick tint bo ha« transferred hi« llutchering business tn WILLIAM COL LINS «nd MICHAEL MURPHY, who will corry on the aatne as Fam...

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