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MELBOURNE. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

MELBOURNE. February & I There has been a difference of opinion between the member* of the Cabinet and j the Audit Commiiiionert. Payments j have_ consequently been atopped, and the 1 salaries of the Gtcrernnient clerks have i not bMB paid. I - The funeral of the late Hon. Wi C. | Haineatook plabe yesterday. In aocor- { | dance with a with nprmsed by the de- j ceased, there wm no public idemonstra turn. ' February 8. The re pert issned by the Australianln tarauoe Company states that tbe total net profit* on the life branc^i, rnUaed , since its establishment, have been £JU>,000. In the fire aad marine branches* dividend «f 10 per oent. ha» bsea declared

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SIDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

SIDHBT, IHW I%erk has arrived from San Fan ciioo win 80ton»of wheat.' Ths criminal icwioni will commence oa Monday. There are ax prisoners chaiged with capital offences. The Xuania has «rired from. Hokitika. with two thousand oiwee of gold. A. robherj bu taken place at the Iron bark Diggings. A hundred ounce* were taken from (Smith's Cruabiug Machine. There were two armed man. One w» shot dead, and the other got&Way with the booty. They were hotly pursued, and one miner was mortally wounded. Messrs. Martin and Wilson bare been returned. The Yacs mail baa been robbed twenty miIm from GonJburn by three armed men. A t the wool Bales tho prioo* sefs ipstor ADELA1DK. Wheat is selling .i.fe.ffet I Vtjeat ii

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

TEL*J£fcRA£lil<i N-'i. WS. BBISBANH. j Ifen. design* Jure beea aeut in. for tie New Market | Clifford, formerly teigeant of police at iulgfci, JIM turned up at Adelaide.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

8YDKKY. , ?jfttau&y S. | The rertaue fof the pa»t month'exhibits anrotrewe of thirty-lbree per cent. 'I he came remark does not Apply to gold, in Vhiih there is a decrease of twenty-*e?en ; per cwit., a feet Attributable to long drought, and want of water for mining > operations. February 6. Mr. Martin, it is rumoured, will not be opnoied.. The Bedcliffe Station, in the Mitchell dUtrict, MM *oJd |it ^auction to-day, with tea thousand (beep, ftt 10b. per head. February 7. The Colonial Secretary and the Minia ter ofLandt and World will jrtart on an official tonr through the Northern Dis trict* this evening. - . The Government propose TP appoint a commission, which willbe empowered to apply the eurphu revenue to defray the pubuc debt. ,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCKHAMPTON. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

BOCKHAMPION. Ffcbrtttrr &. All the retinite Alderraeahftve consented j to ctead for rMJeetwm with the exception of Mr. Lvvermore, who hM migaea on ttogrotMd of ill-health.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

?mmnm\ $Kim. JACOB HORWITZ AND CO. BUS to retnti'thank* to the public for the kind Utooti shown to tbm sinoe they oommsnoed bpitnois in Warwick, and btvijir thU week neelvad large to Mr -Stock, tbey an now impend U (A> th«ir Goods at a ,i CONSIDERABLE EEDUOTION IK PMCE. Beat Adelaide Floor. oaooiEiEs. Teaa in ffcasta, half do. and ftoertM do. Mauritius, ration. 4MS., die. Kstilns gggp GutwnW Waahisg Mdn. Driedapplea Baking soda Bottled fruit . Pi#U«» IflOM Mastoid «*. . , -Biscuits Ac.. d». V T0BA000. S5ffiSSSia?r'.,rt' Amitrlonn Honey Dew. Mfwohsam PifM. Ao., &o. munoiauT. ? American tat and totnabaKks 04Wnto»' tool* nail* ? Obeks/tanty goods, ata: , SADDLTiRY -of ererTdssoripUon. LEATHER of all kinds always on handl 8 Oralat Earthenware Jto«t arrived. BOOTS AKD SHOES. gentleman's Wellington and Bhiehtr boot* KwituMd boot* , wnuaumaratrra Port Old Tom Bheny Stun Brandy Gin. , TOiUw . .... Oiant "»*2p8' ObamptiiA Vinegar. ttDE DR^wif^iipAETMDrir Cjonalita of a large >e...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

'TUB' Uwldr $ InsNTEJtFlELl) C&HONfetB. MCMHJABYW, 18C& ion that | tf'lfci *"&' "W.; grourid that one ^^''%b»'^^;$ig$(rirti^ ;.1iiieHm mtt ;^ii;|^ii^v^^t- T^rrfl Ah-.: measute upon UrtoSh # ti» <»l«>y 4#p«al*~tbe 'Mr.- Hb*» j^p fjtpm office, yiih cMi bund with tbe; influence of Btoet.fcrtonatolyMltaves the public mind j {roffiill anxiety 00 tfcat mofe; *nd we 1 batfthgappoiatmeut si ] .UiCKXXCtX and Douol/i* to tbe atepin tbe right; jiSw oojouy is deeply-indebted to Mr. JXitKERt for it* pwent proud position, CoipgMtidate. that gentleman 011 4bii fucoets a ftdbering to t, particular 1 Jih|of policy* in lieu of attempting to , fukae »tt jiities-« mode of procedure . g&tiknibj filling tovttord satisfaction. ..it is morally iffipoMibiethat human ^ n|rttire,"*wbodied w ft public map, on ' wptom&mgraemks-independent action Iw^'Mr. If imime my ' vi||P; wiw'w' .'Art bp retires from office nitb tty thanks end good ^rabes of'tbe ; nujgori^...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FXIBCAET 6. (Before St. G. R, Gore, Chairman; C. Clark, and. D. Gunn, Esqs., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

W Alt WICK POLICB COURT. TUESDAY, FXIBCAET 6.. I (Before St. &. B, Opte, Chairman; C. Clark, and. D. GUQD, J~Ps.) { Mr. Wfirte, the Police Magistrate,' baring been called upon tm a witness, did not assist in the adjudication. *pn the case being called on, Ritchie v. Margaret Hudson, Mrs. Hudson came forward and said-" Mr. Gore,-I object to your kitting on the Bench, as you have always had a vindictive fekling towards me ." upon which Mr. Gore replied "Mrs. Hudson,-I shall take my seat, notwithstanding your objection, and if I act wrong you can report me to the Executive" The information was thai read, charting Mrs. Hudson with having stolen goods in her possession, to wit, the originals of cer tain articles which appeared in the War wick Argus, the property of Patrick 9|tchie. Patrick Bitchie stated on oath as fol lows :-I am proprietor of the Warmth Argut; I have suspected lor some months ; past that Mrs. Hudson, has had possession , . of certain tuanuacripts, theorigiiiali...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

Tra NAKED NATIVES or THE BACK SBXXLXIIENTS or LONDON.-Ooetutni is not especially attended to in Maypole-alley. Hen, in the open spaoe, ate come children playing end fighting in a etate of perfect nakedness, at completely so as those of the heathen lavage in Africa, on whole behalf each extensive missionary operations are organised. Let as send preaohers to the heathen; but, at the tame time, it should be remembered that missionaiy labours are needed in raoh courts and alleys as that which it now brought into notice. Thought fal people would not fail to observe the thinnessof the anna and legs, die enlarged stomach, the general pallor of the com plexion, whioh oannot be disguised even by the thiok coating (the only covering) of dirt and filth whioh is left upon the aldn. On a sooond visit, an elderly woman waa engaged in washing a ehair; she had no olothing bat one thin ooloared garment, Mashing scarcely to the knees. It stirs the tamper to see aooh things; and it would be well if th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

TECEGIA^PHIC NEWS. < ike Jbittvn* Daifo jwptri) TOOWOOMBA. , '« "t Februa#r 6.' J" The farce of J municipal ejection was i Vmctfed h%re toSay. , ^ *5We*'proclamation dividing the towft , ^ato wardB, &Dd the official telegram front the lale Colouial Secretary to the Mayor, | 'wero botb totally ignored, and nomina- | tione under the old system were received. It is thuaj&videut that the Government and the ratepayers who supported the petition Jbavp been treated-with contempt. | 1 Mega re. Fraxer, Flori, and Cowpor were 1 . the aldqrmen who retired, and Messrs. J. Little, D. Grigg, W. Teaser, and H. Flori were nominated. I" No assessors or auditors were nomi nated. The ratepayers are disgusted with the . iu^angeoiautu, and to that may be attri buted the apathy which was exhibited. It i» with great difficulty that respec table persons can be induced to stand for j election, unless for respective wards. I With the exception of toe' members of the press, only fou...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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EXTRACTION, OF GOLD FROM QUARTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

EXTRACTION, OF GOLD KtOM ^UAETZ. In the last number If the Quarterly Journal of Sciimca is an article o» British gokLminea, bj Mr, Robert Hunt, E.H.8., in wTrichJjccuie the following reference to the new discovery of the sodiuaaj process mads by Mr. Crookee-fl discway that promises to be very valuable is dereloping minf Australian ores. Oar readers-"will be familiar with the amalgamating process by wj^ich gold is wanted from the earthy - , jrhlch it ia mixed. The ex" jbr 'Mtiajgamatioo. is, hff wtthj|erio«e difficult*. liAMflftiiTfcntfinift ftiamotn. ( l> resentwithAegwd, they firequ nidi the metal, and the mercu _ act upon it. Technical language Norms us that the mercury " sickens," t^t is it grows thick, or that it " lours," oeaning that it becomes pulvanlent- ;TWtee con ditions are dependent upontne presence of other metals. Under either flf these circumstances much of tije gold escapes the influence of the mercury, and i* lost in the 11 tailings," whilst much of tfte mer cury...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE LAST LETTER WITTEN BY LEICHHARDT. (To the Editor of the S. M. Herold.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

THE LAST LETTER WITTEN BY LEICQHA.BDT. (ffetfe Siitor of lb S. it. Btrati.) Sir,-one of the party of Dr. Letch b*rdt ip'^fae exploratory expedition noticed Wan eztnoc (from the South Auitralian Remitter, January 16th), contained in your 'number of the 24th instant, I request your ioMrtion of the subjoined statement. I *m. Sir, your obedient servant, JOHN F. MANN. January 2fttb. Being one of the surviving companion* of Leibhbardt in the expedition of 1846-7, I cannot allow the attuaationi contained in the poitbumoa* publication of hi* letter of the 20th October, 1847, to paw unnoticed. DvLeiohhatdt attributes the failure of (bat expedition solely to the badooudoct of hii party. He condemns them in the molt unmeasured terms, and states that they " wen not experienced bushmen," but " belonged to Bjdney, and had been aoous tomed to the easy, effeminate style of oity Rfe," and " that their whole interest in the undertaking was pecuniary and selfish." What Dr. Leiohbardt supposed our mo t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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IPSWJCH. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

IPSWJCH. February 6. ! John onutb, better uom u Suteian Jack, wM drowned thie morning whiht at tempting to *wim aahore from the Settlor, ?teener,at the One-mile<a<id»a.half Bocka. ( H4b body am recovered and brought to total. The deemed has left a wife and five children.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

x " The weather underwenta-t*i*poij!j oiuug* on Tue*day lut, ' After a few «pj alight ?bower* Id the afternoon, the rtlnnew* dona j pretty haerUy daring, tke night, 4b£nul th* following evening, there wetfito jt Utf alight .hower*. Welootte M th*e* fca^ha&i tha oMuitrx^tlU 1*4?"** nor* molnttre. .<> M lo malt* Uu graas eprlngOR. AhavegataUea tha diatrac ha*. fkUed to prodaM orojiS any thing llkantnalta > fbtatosa mm nti Mm, end a oertiond whlol Mu ban. Tent«rfi*itL about a fortuiglp ego were «oU at 24*. pel Olrt. All other ofv»g»table* are dear. Hi». MB. M'Obhoob-WefaadverteDtly omitted to aUtc Is, oar lut U»o* tint thii' rtrtnad gta Uernao preached ^ to* Preeby ttufcw ohnrch her* on Snnday pureUc lut to a fall congregation, and W*» H^ned" to with marked attention. Bb wuvM w** delivered In* moat laaprei*!** ttannar, aod ii* oanaat neaeof appaal total* fcearen, eonchifl Is tonoh tag eloquence, wa* **11 oaleabted to prodnoe that *ol»maity of mind vhieh li tit ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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NEW ZEALAND. (From the S. M. Herald's correspendent.) Wanganni, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

NEW ZEALAND. (From thi 8. M. Btralft corrupendcnt.) Wangsnai, 80th December. At I aijL npjr taking my uioil summer tow thrdngb the nor$h ofthe oolony, I . w^t*tMjTeit#r to girt yoa*n »de& of the ; state ' of matters uhere in the midst' «f the moet important and yet critW ] <illy situated dietriot* in the island. Hej Urge amount of pnblio attention w^ioh the war drew towards the Waikata md otberaotithorn dlatrict* of the province of Anokland hai prevented people, 4ven in Mew Zealand, and yet more those/it a dis tanoe, from eetimsiing rightly th«Joomp*r* tire importance and valne of country tetbe north and sooth of While the war was going oiLtho coon i* aipeaee, aons of s standing ?th, A* . ' immi i daring the .he eonntry itonth. The i any one making j in the wonder !\he country fills «p, in ^piteof dense forests and impusabl* nver*. be atate of the Maorie* in tbis_ part'of tii* country is a ttady of no trifling interest. There i* . chsnge daring the last year Wbi*h...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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NEW ZEALAND. (Via Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

IsEW ZEALAND. (P&AAMSF.) Newt has been (received from Auckland to the lit instant, from vrhichwe take the following items; General Chute, with eight hundred men, erossM tfcelslaad to New Pl/mouth, and captured and 4e*troyH every rebel posi tion along the route taken by him. Ue met with serious reswtance at the Otapawa pah, whieh waa- garrisoned by threehuimfed rebels, who marred fire until the troop* were close to them. Hey then opened Jura, killing Colonel Hassard and. aix men of the 57th regiment; ten also were woundea. The pah was then taken by a charge, and th? rebel* fled, after leaving forty of their number dead on the field. The fiaat Coast, which waa ambushed by the rebels near Wairoa, waa then at tacked, and some desperate fighting en sued. The rebels were totally rooted. Their loss amounted to forty-one killed, beaidea many wounded. Geuenl Chute intend* to go through the centre of the enemy's territory on his return, and thus strike terror through Maoridom. A luge ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

^ 5 1 ni "WARWICK MUNICIPAL CpUffOIL. I : Tbe ordinary fortni«;hl]r iMntt of the Council wu bald on ThgrglaTiaet, when thore were prevent-Sis Wlfthip tbe Mayor, Aldermen Brown, Boi, Affleck, Mayer, Craig, Kvenden, Hufaon, and Bugden. Mr. Jarrett, Town Clerk, to voted to the chair. Alderman MAYER proposed, tod Alder man Bftows seconded, tnat jfy. Hi' Evoy be elected mayor during tbfe pipaent year, which was carried uriammotul; Mr. M'Evor briefly refcuroedjtbanfcs lor hia election to such an imporkat office, stating tbat be would eadearoir to carry on tbe business of the Coonci: as effici ently as possible. APPOINTMENT OF COKUEttEES. The following appointment* Were then made to the vrcoue committees: Futanob.-Hia Worship tie Mayor, Aldermen Boaa, Brown, MiyetMvi KuiL aon. iatouuxtvz.-HUWortbiptbe Mayor, Aldermen BOM, Brown, Mayerjand Chug, IXTROVEKSKr. - Hi* Willi)) the Mayor, Aldermen Hudson,' Bugden, Erenden, ftud Affleck. Tbe meeting then

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CAPE OPF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

utts drfeooD elbolM^l^ricM'hure foea're |Pfrom tbe Ewie to-the 25thlJoven nra^tbMireeb the Bmtjps kad State ^ latter htte . l^e -Busutbs, Who, aSb&ing i Uat newB from the Cape, were suing forBfkce, have turnad the table» on the Boer!? jiaving carried the war into the Free ptate, and seized some huncred head of cattle. Groat distress is reported as prevailing at Port Elizabeth.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

{ AlOiilVAL AND DEPARTURE OF* ! THK MAILS. ' . | ARnrvAr.ai .? | 9tpm 4farfflan4. tt^ry Monday,'ft 3 p.wi, " BriJbnni and fptmeh. wry T&ttdby notm, and wry Friday at i p.m. " Sritbiu and I(b»iekt via Mrtyton, ee . 'Jvwj&y* ^ ^ &f0b*m vta Mgui Digglayut^ery Wed nettoy. at noon. n Allora»*I)raytont and Ibowoomia, every Thursday, at 3 p.m. '* DMPABTVRB8. for Maryland, Met* Thursday, at 4 pj*. IM Brisbane and! fptwich, every Wed*tiday% <£, 6 a.m.. and every Saturday, at nop#. ,, Bfitlaneand fptwich, via Draytoi^ tvtry Monday, at 8 p.m ; J/iybu^fy via TcUyai i>iygingt% tcery fhurg ,m 'day,at 4 a.*n. y.. V^, AUora. Drayton, and Tooipvo&ba, t*try < . Monday, at 3 jm». *.,. MB.- The ma*U elote at the Po»i-&Mct half 0«i fcoor bt/ore departure, but whtnihe departure tab ft place at an early hour in the morning, the mail ctoMt* at 8 p.m. on the prettiouievening, Tk* Englith, maii cioiei on or about the 16th of every tuoriih.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

THE ?WARWICK ARGUS . . XENTBRFDBLD CHEONICLE IB pabiubed *rwy 'HMnw&y udMarftty Banian, «ndt AnnfiMto «U puti of the {AwftwUmflofariw. ? April. ' T)mi8 Of «dbsompti;o». . ; 1 Ditto (twit) lOi/1 : OrftB ?Mwawnr»nl«iHhr!yriy»ya>«nt will rt 'srasfl" 1-.-.., trttUn^'^uib' nuaw tttnittnlirt M(iM' t» fcrtnafl ttalr w«%»«rtwi flUfrtjw Wtw) direct to 4 - TSEMS FOBADVKBTISnro. * VtfDibM'.... .......>... 1 « ».... o ?......, 5 o m p« t iH(m»4e6 , MKtafla^ «r *fc»*Bi teww > dxwiw'W the '..MdMMpll wBl h inieittd until btaeatip t<?jibe Office "; on TwJwwd Kri tSr wMltmd or rt», molt be tent in til'Dnndm. AJUXCHiE, . ? r ... JiOBPBIStTING. whfajai«tn>w «t ttibOmt* prfw«: «4**a oATj^axms. aatovzAss, lHAIjMaS, '-lie* £q*' Ao* ? r " UMiNtmniBUi: ffll Mr. WB6B|imiJ<Mg.lh»yto8^8tetrt! ' B0WB BHBOCATION . *8 set *tif AM MM rmmtij wblok M JW and X U CUM et Sbnina, Bralm, G«J1J with the taMU or colUriniidl MoUenU IwMtirtri to .hmWi'' bat It U wow iiijMhr't*kIUt t...

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