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

DiSATH OF x RA.OEH.-On Saturday tot, the well-known racer Gunnelicr, the property of Mr. W. Robinson, having been ailing for some time patt, was shot in order to put an end to his sufferings. Ounnelierwas bred by Mr. Tintott, of Wagga Wagga, from whom bs* passed to Mr. Morton, of the lachlan, who «old him to Mr. W. Robinson, about twenty months ago. Within the last mentioned period ho has been nominated to run in twenty<«even races, for eighteen of which he esme in a winner. Twice he ran dead heats, and has only been beaten seven times. When H is remembered that among the hornes he defeated wera O'Meara, The Gift, Duke of Athol, Barris ter, and Paris, and that he was io some instances weighted as high as lOst. 71bs., end won first honours notwithstanding, it will be readily admitted that the West has lost a first-class horse,-one that pos sessed great equality of power, being good at all distances, and at every weight. -Ballaarat Tinté. PCTSOLKDis ur New SOOTH WAMS. At tb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

. BOCKHAMPTON. | February 27. ! The rash reported on Monday is to a j place about twenty miles from Rocltbamp- j ton, near the second crossing-place of a I deep creek on the Morinish road. Over j thirty tenta were pitched there yesterday. Abundance of samples of quarti, of a .very rich character, bare been brought i into town, I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]DELAIDE. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

ADELAIDE. ! Februar» ÍT8 I Cobalt na« been discovered at Birth Creek Hine. . Wheat ia quoted at four abminga and s Cvepence a bathe), and flour at £11 per poa. j

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

MELBOÜBNE. j »* ïebiuarr 2?. j Master« estate, disposed of for the pur poses set down in hit will, fats realised £00,000. , . 4 February 28. .Dickson wak brought before the court to-day, in connection with the robbery of «be Urrectal Bank, and remanded. ^AtnsnVbodr, sunk with stones, has been found Sn Hie Tarra. It is suspected that he baa been murdered.

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

BIRTH. At Pike's Creek, on the 14th February, Mrs. Denis Donovan, of a daughter. DIED. At his residence, Mullingar, on the 11th December, 1866, aged 74 years, the Most Rev. Dr. Cantwell, Lord Bishop of Meath, second cousin to Mr. Thomas Tyrrell, of Warwick.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, MARCH 5. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (A[?] from the Brisbane Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE   TUESDAY. MARCH 9. 1867.   TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.)   TOOWOOMBA. February 28.   The sale of Crown lands which took place to- day was largely attended. A large proportion of the land offered was sold, the proprietors of Gowrie Station buying over eight thousand acres. The weather is stormy.   No other news of importance stirring,  

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

BYDKET. j ^ February 2?. ¡ Parliament has been further prorogued i until the 16th April. Mr. Donnelly, recently member for the Western Gold Fields, has been appointed * road overseer. Mr. Brewster sold Bindanga station (Rae and McLean's) to-day, £36,000. Johnson's case ts still unfinished. A meeting of the Executive will be held to-morrow, for the purpose of laking into considération toe cases of the criminals (bow under sentence of death. Febrnaty 28. At the wool sales nine hundred and eighteen bales were catalogued. The bidding showed signs of improvement, and prices are quoted as follows :-washed, I8d.,. «covred, Od. ; greasy, Dd. ; skin wool,16d. darke stuck up mi robbed the Southern mail yesterday. ThB body of a murdered man ba« been found near toung. The 8outhet-n Railway wa« opened to Mittagong to-day.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISTRICT COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. (Before his Honor Judge Sheppard.) The Court resumed this morning at ten o'clock. The first case was that of M'INTOSH V. KINGSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 March 1867

DISTRICT COURT, WARWICK. FRIDAY, March 1   (Before his Honor Judge Sheppard.) The Court resumed this morning at ten o'clock. The first case was that of McINTOSH V. KINGSFORD. Tbi« wa« «ii action for the recovery nf £165 1«. 10d. for rooney received by the defendant after the burine» and dent» nf Kingsford and M'Tntush became plaintiff's property. Mr. Jones, inptructed by Mr. Fuller, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Addenbronke. for the défendent. Mr. Addenhrnoke submitted that «¡nee the contract had been made between I lie plaintiff and defendant, the former lad not fulfilled the term of the contract. Airor.linii to that contract he beanie responsible for the payment nf all liabilities conne -tîd with the firm of Kingsford and M'IntoSi ; and the defendant was «fleriviirds «ne! on a promistiiry note connected vrith tte firm and judgment obtained eealnst him. If is Honor said thst the défendent had a right to recover from the plaintiff the amount of money paid on the pt...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

COMMERCIAL. The Beak of England rata of discount ii weltered, and still teaains at 8} per cent. Th* directors of tbs South Australian Oom pu j hsve aaooonced a half-yearly dividend, mabie on January 16, of 6 per Milt., free of inceme>U\. Th c London Ghsrtered Bank of Anitra, lia hsvé also declared a dividend of 4 per «.nt. for the belf.ysar ended on lut Jone 30. BBiADgTurrs.-With reference to tba j floor and grain market the (kU/ornia j Gram Circuler, dated December 81, j shows ths quantities cf flour and shut on hand to bs luger thin at any previous harvesting. The present season is also described ss being favourable for ploughing and seeding. Quotations: Flour, super fine, bair-ascks, per 196 lbs., 6 dollars 25 j cents; superfine, quirter-sacks, 6 dollars 37* cents; extra superfins, half and full sacks, per 196 lbs., 6 dollsrs 60 cents. Laker'« half sacks per 196 As, 6 dollars, 76 cents ; superfine, in hartéis, 6 dollars ; extra, in barrels, 6 dollsrs 25 cents for Fox and Stand...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BOWEN. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

BOWEN. I March 6. ! A terrific gale- commenced here at 0 o'clock OD Sunday night, and continued with unabated violence for twenty-four fcóurr. - The violence of the wind waa eo great that it unroofed the National Schoolhouse and many. buildings. AU th« verandahs iiown Herbert-street were carried awoji j and the windows «mashed. The Platypus, s.s., and Sir John Bur- j goyne, sis., escaped without casualty^ by keeping up their fires and steaming up to their anchors, while the gale lasted. All the small craft and boats lying in the Bay were smashed by the violence of the surf. The storm has caused great destruction of property in the neighbourhood.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

AMISRICA. 1 rresiaent johnsons reception on Ne« Year's Dar wu well attended, and wa« eonaldered añore sneeetsfot than similar affair*, have been in envious yearn. In bis message to Congrats the President deplores tbs obstacles which eland in-the way of an adjustment , of tbs Alabama claims, and belie vat that until tbs. obligations imposed opon England to. observe «cod faith and ' neutrality to America are reciprocated by Englsnd; there caa be no solid or per sasnsnt friendship.between the two nations. Tbs American Prest bas become entirely etiSnWiih respect io tbs Fenian nov*, usât. .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

SYDNEY, ¡ March 1. i Mr. Fisher's Fishhook has won tbs Tasmanian Champion Race ; time, fire rainutos four seconds. Mr. Tait's Volun teer «res second, «nd Warwick third. Mr. thornton has been returned for the Western Gold Fields. The delegates to the Postal Conference from Queensland and. New South Wales left to-day for Melbourne. Johnson, charged with bank defalca tions, has been remanded for à week. March 2. The Executive has resolved to commute the sentence of death passed on Connel to imprisonment for life. The sentence passed upon Scott will be carried out on the IStb instant. Io the match between the Maitland and i the Aboriginal Cricketers, the aboriginals j scored 62 in their first innings, and the Maitland men 82. March i. A uew hand at busbrangiug baa been captured near Hay. March 6. The remains of a Chinaman, who was murdered two years ago, have been found near Kiandra. The proceedings of the Church of England Synod, Goulburn diocese, have terminated. The match between the...

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ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

ENGLISH. I Rumour* of impending changea in the Derby Cabinet bete egtin been retired. The Benito movement «till excites great j attention on tbe part of the authorities. j Oo tbe treeing of the SOtb December, tbe Crystal Palace eras partially destroyed by fire. It commenced io tbe north «ring of tbe Tropical Section, and ran through tits Egyptian and Nineveh Courts, tbe whole of which were destroyed, as well es the aviary. The fire raged for twenty-four hours, and the damage done le calculated at something like 'one hundred , and twsnty thousand poonda The fire sroae from the overbesting of the hoi air tubes in the tropical depart ment. On the 4th of January the heaviest snow storm that baa been experienced in Englsnd for towy year» reached Hs climax. It commenced on the 2nd January, and it ie estimated that the average depth of snow waa eight inches. The-cattle plague, after having entirely disappnrod front Yorkshire and Northamp tonshire, bes again broken ont. The obelara has enti...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

slULBGCBKE. I ? March 1. J lie Ucverntnent hove had a majority ot j twenty-oi;ein their favor in tliedmeion on be Tariff que tti on. I Thu Manager of the Oriental Bank admits having mada a compromise with Dickson, lu order to recover tho stolen bills. Speculation is rifa in tea, tub&cco and {all. Wheat is easier. March 2. The G-overcment has carried the ad tahren duty of ten per cent. Fishoolc has iron the Tasmanian Leger. j March 4. The delegates to tho Postal Conference from Qucens'and and Now South W.ilea ; have armed. i The proceedings are private.

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS TO JANUARY 10. AMERICAN NEWS TO JAN, 11. (Abridged from the Courier.) SYDNEY. March 3. By the arrival of the P. and N.Z. R.M. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

AEEIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS TO JANUARY IO. j AMERICAN NEWS.TO JAN. ll. I (Abridged from tko Courier.) SYDNEY. March 3. By th» arrival of the P. and N.Z. R.M. steamar Kami», ire heve Knghsb newe direst to the 2nd January, and sta New York to the 10th January. From California we have,news to the 10th January, from New York to the 11th January,'and from the South Coast of Amelios in the Paoifio to the 17th January.

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THE LATE DUCAN SINCLAIR, JUNR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THE LATE DUNCAN SINCLAIR, JUNR. In addition to the hurried p ticuWs furnished in our last issue, ooiv publish the full evidence taken bef< G. h. Pratten, Esq., J. P., relative to t lamentable accident which befel our ri pected young fellow-townsman, Dunc Sinclair. He was a son of the Poli Magistrate, and his amiable manner beg him many warm friends in this town, gloom has been cast over fie iuhabitBE through this sudden accident, and 1 remains were followed to the grave < Monday last by a very numerous and rc pectable body of friends. The Kev. Coi M'Culloch conducted the funeral cer moiiy, and at the grave delivered an ii pressive address on the sudden iatt>Iit The grief to bis parent« muet have bec enhanced by their absence in Sydney, at their inability to perform the last ec office to him whom they doted upon, an whom every one who had the pleasure < his acquaintance admired. Robert Jones Mackenzie, being dui effort], said : Ou Saturday the 2nd ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK DISTRICT COURT. (Before his Honor Judge Sheppard.) Continued from Tuesday's publication. CONQUEST V. NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

WAÄWtCK DISTHCT COUBT. (Before his Honor Judge Sheppard.) Continued from Tketdf'e publication. CONQUEST V. MCHOLBOH. Plaintiff euad for £100 damages for ejectment (rom premises rented, from tbe defendant. Mr. Uzenbam appeared for tho plaintiff, and Mr. Faller for the de fendant. .Cohn Conquest,! being ..rom, stated that he was a solicitor residing ia Warwick; the defendant was a school* master residing at German Station, near Brisbane; applied to the défendant to become a tenant. of his house on tbe Sandy Creek road, for two years, with the option of purchase during that time ; rocpjved an order trom defendant (pro duced) to take possession of the house, and to eject the tenant Henry st a momeut'e notice ; when he went to the house he found it empty ; went to Charles Clark fur the key, who, aa SLgent for the defend ant refused to hand it over without his written authority; fn pursuance of the authority, he held, witness took possession of the premises on the following day ; his two ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

- '?? - I Tax BONY JP-Many stories, prtinmad I to be apocryphal, have been told regarding the exisfatnoe in the oolony of a river mons ter, or " bunyip," bnt aeoording to the statement Of an informant «hom we believe to be reliable an animal which answer» the description often given of tbs supposed *' bunyip" hu been seen lately by a number of persans. The locality of the étrange dis covery ia Stoney Creek, about four miles from Steiglitf, and the statement is that Ute monster has frequently shown itself there, and been several times pursued. It never leaves ths water, and always disappear* be neath the «utface when any of the human species approach ; but at night its eries, which resemble the bellowing of a bull, are distinctly heard, and are so laud, we are told, that person* living in tbe neighbour are prevented from going to sleep ia con sequence of them. One or two fruitless attempts have been made to capture the monter, bnt our informant states thal a plan ba* been organised w...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPAERTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

ARRIVAL ANO DEPARTURE OK THE MAILS. j ARRIVALS. j From Maryland, every Tver-day, at 1 p.m.. and every Saturday at 6 p.m. « Briibone and Ipswich, via Drayton, by Cobb's eoarhee, every Tueeday. Thurt day, and Saturday, at S p.m. « Leyburn, via Mg li L'igginge, every Wed eut day, at noon. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.m., and every Thunda;/, at 4 p.m. ¡ IBriebane and Iptwich, via Drayton, every. ' Monday, Wednesday, and f riday, by J Colb'i coaches, at 9 o.m. \ » Werteick to Leyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m. ff.Bs-Lrttere mutt be fatted at the Caunlfy 1}ffitei hat/ an hour prrvloui ti the time fired for the despatch of mailt, lut late letltrt Kill be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a tixpenny «ramp being affixed to each Utter. Jfetoepaptre are required ta be potted ene hear It/ore the time appointed for closing the mailt. The Englith mail eleett tm or about the nth of every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 March 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS MD TENTERFIELD CHBONICLB IB «aUitbtd «Tery Tueaday «od Fridiy tioraii^ and forwarded to «ll paru of the A UIUBUBB colonie». TERMS Or SDBSCEIPTION. Qiiarteriy (ia eo>«no«). Ditto (crédit). >0«. Order» oVaooompanM by prepayment will re ^OoWtoS'SiKiiut. «Itt Man*. SOtU Jane, Sab«Mtnhr.iia tin AmBlw. - Mb*B¿bM<»lthli>f to withdraw thdr nune« Awntha.liat wttt,beWS»* to.forwerdthelr rSgn.tloo(ttajeB&jW* ín-'5w,£Sw!t.¿0 ^«fflsTMlÄ«i«rW»«ie»r a»y« beter* th* «aytraUOB^MitB^Mrttr. ! TBBMS TOB ADVERTISING. , Twpiiatf.J « Fear fine* .; 2 Bl* linea...... . « »gbtUne«.* 0 ÏTB^eddltlonal ir« «BM. or ^ Q larg* tnt iü^äyed'ÜwUiement« M per A*A*ílbeniÍ dboouBt allowed on adrerttiementa oriana br nun than abc eonaeeutlv« insertion!. JUrtta, in*rrU|^ or deaths, St. eacninier *^£i the abMDMof written Initraotioni to the Mntnry.tf fwtbamtsti «01 ix Uuertod until AdVptiM9*nU mn«» be »ont In to the Office oat leier than two o'olock oo Monday and Tbure dva^mowi...

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