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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

"' , THE WARWICK ARGUS IB poHUoM vntj Woflneaday and Saturday BMraiaB. tu>d btwM to «U put* of Hie AaitnlUB ablatilea. JVSBMB OFSUBSORIPTION. Wt&Skxzz & Orden uaaootu&pa&lM by prepayment <rUl re oel*e*o attention. Quartern tahninata flat Jimnj, 80th April, Slat Jnlr, Slat October. Btilllonimjijiiblk to withdraw their tuunw fcmth«'Urt;wtUl*'1raqalred to forwart their irtptWin arreari) direct to ttieoffloaaUaaatfowttanolaar dayt before tha TOfcUS ittB !ADVBBYIBMi}. TmUatt t « FottrUaes . » 0 8ixUoea 8 0 BfehtlUw... « 0 Branr Ulioonit fire llrtu, or ?aur ?, l *0 bog* and dtaptipet*tMrtitea«ats tt fs IntiMMMesMM wnttia initroctkmi to the ita will be Tniertell until t Adrtrttaemeoteiantt.be Hot lo to tha Office not laterthu t*e o'clock on Toeadaj asd.fW 4 «y afterooocu, andiadew |w#» wlttWljw or altertttoaef adTart^nw^.-imuit by noononMonday**afl TboMaM. P.SITOlilB, - ' , rwkto joFpmMPI. ®«« Proprietors* tbtt Wmwiok Aaepibtgi to annopnoa to t...

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 — 21 February 1866

'jO 8UB8CKTBBUIS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg t» shtlc thni' ouw AvcomU far the guarter ending HUt December last ore now , m 'ecurtte of delivery, and we hojit ihry will, be teftled. without the least delay. Thbie ttt wfrare will kindly oblige «* bp 0 prompt *eitleifiefit,Oe our requirement* imutHmyibtavf tethetui: -. 'Hffi Thin bring theptiper time.for petypimt of eutmcripthni-in advance, we Uiud Our friewh Mill tirknosuledt/e the thet 6y tend ing remittance*.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM O[?] OWN COR[?]] [G[?].] BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

LATEST TELBtiK A PH IC NEWS. [FROM OTB OWN CORBJ:»PO!<OCT»B.] [GBETCLM: A1TO TELEGRAJB. j ... BB18BANB. - v. At .the Criminal 1,'oiuft, tich&ig wa* aw jcharged, O'Sfeili £ur,furgor^, was atsu t^need to tw(i-anil-«4ialf yMrs'.iiiiprujon ^nt. '

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 — 21 February 1866

?;*". ^Jppfcv^finwKi. %»&£$?&*&%-JtAB. r^^r"4, AWIBSHOWT. Maryvale, Fab. U, 1600- ? ..(. Wwwiok Dbrtriot Oottit. , l\tS 43HCBB. Attp*W. of Iptwlofc »W'' C1V» attendtW Own. Witt lteld «t Warwick on the l^andWth ifatadh' oMt,' «ud iu]r be comililted at IbpB Oritarioa Hotel Cheap Horn Food. . /IIBB undvnligaed Iibvo onbeod OKAOKED ' JL WHEAT fur win, tlic moat futteinog woB for linr»e», 6». per bnaliul. When gl*cn «». bflrtoi 1( OBglit to be ih'iflaieri'ed.'*"' , > 7» ' " * ft WaRWBDW. 4 Co. J.IUU £a5j£. -a. Tu»u»: of G"c4 TOBSIN6 '"V BDfiU>OKe. t»rm« moderate-Apply i'r.iu.JOUNSONt orM. J. * 0. WlUfcJlf. (PfM«tooe Creak. 80 Corrugated Oalvaniwd Iron. - j mH£ *»a<r»«gft«a k»» * iu'e« coa»igaineiii of j .1 Kie abovo (bi- Bale. _ I A 3, O. WHIT& Jimr., ei v Stock aud Station Agent, Ac. j .rr:'' ' ? ypflOE: I iM,L Paitiu indobtod to tb» ?od»Nlgii«4 «.* i A. «tine*M Ip nttle tbeir Acootliita with Mr. i. M. JABRIiTl'. wilbuatfurther d«l«y, J w...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. February 16 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

MM,BODRNE. February Mfc j The JUeg^alative Uouucil nave passed en btueudweut on the add raw, condemning action taken by tbe Ministry in tegwd to | the tarifli unle» the farming interest is | better represented.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND [?] OF THE M[?]S. ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

ARRIVAL AMI nF.riflVITR THK M \ll>S. ANRIVii.ti, M*ry!itn4. wru ¥<j<?# *i fi.^n Hritbnnr rrffV fprwirk. ft/try 7\<i fit*/ nt *o*>n, and wry tridtiy at ? pjtii, ftriib&nc unJ JpjWuft, (ii OrtpU/fl, tvaff T'^isdoy at 3 ,v m t J.rt/hvrti no Ttrlffni JHygitiyi, every Wttl * m*%dny ot noon. jiUt/ra. i)r-tvidn, nttd Too*uoo»tbu, every Thumday. at 3 fi.tn 1 DUPdRTURES. 1 For JUct]i/lrth'i, every Thurtday, at I p.tm ,, Brubanz and Iptwiih. tvtry Wtd*t*dey, at Vt uJn:.'aH>( every Saturday, ai uoptt. " firhhnv* and Jpuvirh, ri-t Drayton, ei'ftfy Mutid'tv* u' % p-w " tjcyhum,4>ia Yal-gai Jiiyqinitt^tvtry 'thure day. tit 4 a.m. ,, Allor*. fhnylon, and To'tvonmbu, tony Monday. »f S />.»»». X. fl - The mailt ckii-c at the ha'j <rn hovr be/tire departure. bvt when the departure fakis ploet rit an early hour in the morning^ iht mail dote8 ot 8 p.m. on the previous eveniny. The Buy fish mail rlvntn on or about the iBth of toer'y mont...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] MUNICIPALITY—1966 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

J: jfevfacH iiiraioiPALTTr-is^, .JUI.wo* fllUo Hat. " 1 .??-.. «v (,{ au it a (Unifa davMi, ' -J' ,* c i» '%(. are'wot gtea. bb brow «n fair, *» Utii tody we* bl» *ombre bair. tkliae^ato BdUMrMd nor rang flMMnVfiMoottliitdiiNoiii logpt "IwUlbeftare! , ' . InHylatxlomM be in tb* lite, . >: And Scotia nefer ut him lite; , CM Qawniltud, hU adopted omo, ,, HWd " . "Vn not to r*,' .» old man «ff , . Dark lowered li» ?oo«l upon bi» tod, . TW Unrlyli bridge i» depe and wide. - ., ,»m loud u«!« b?l<bWnB T0>0e_»epll»d, ' ' " I will b* Mm I ' ? -i ' - Ob atay," ' r«tep»yer sad, "and trj .. 4 low-.r twi^J i be"'"1-' tbe liigb It lead* to danger* great I;fear. Hut dtill be *n"wt>r«;d witba leer ; i . ." ... . * I will lie Mate I " Be«r* tin Joiut Stock I|Mwieli Rrantb t ; r Beware tat into d*tt yon launch t" XUt *tm the 1'own Clerks kit good night, ? 4 yoke lopliud ." Sliut up vou wight, v 3 ? ] . 1 will he Mil re I - Onpolllng day, iu ever* word. . 'JTje trfhu» TOtert on tn...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

SVDNEV; . February IS. Die wVbl tsuleii lield to-day show it marked improvement, but not to tbe ex tent esuecUtd. Tlie bags-robbed from the western mail havtt beei* dieeityereii uear Ur the (pot whew tire robbery wait committed. | February AO. I The B.M.S. Ellotti Arrived, at noon. I The Ludy fiuwen left immediately after | wards with mails for Queensland. I The trial ol' Dunn, tbe bushranger, linn ! beeu postponed till tiett week; February 17. The Kri Kiug Ami ashore off Dawes' Poiut during last night. She was got off to-day , and nat> beeu docked, ki. order to be repaired. In tbe Criminal Conn, yesterday, Ber . trand'a trial wan resumed- - Mrs. Kinder wan examined. Her evidence was damag ingaa to BertmndV eb&racter, but not sufficjcnttocrimiuate him. She exhibited much'emotion. When abe was crying Mr. Dalley abandoned bin questioning, encouraging her to regain her self-pos session Her evidence went to prore madness iu Bertraud. The mediaal'{evi dence is conflicting, a* ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

COBB* or Pnrf Session.-On? report of the wm hurl in tht above otart yea Wrday to uifiiUiMf IhII onr mill ant Inim. ?? * Kuorimi OF Acditous -The nominatiou of auditors for the Monioipal Counoil look place lest week, when Thomas Horsmau aud William Warren ware tba only candidates nominated_ .ad they were therefore detrisred elected. « Toowookbi COACH.-The first ooacb started from Warwick yesterday awqliw for Too woomba. There were a number of prhown aa fuMDfiri; The vatride evema pretty Strong, and the homes in good condition. A delay of one day hae occurred in the itutiog, tfcrocghaome difficulty in making the arrange msnts, but we are informed thai by next week the coaeb' Will run regularly at the adver tised dine. Thi QbumuHD Blur -A« « one mie statementsJiave appeared witte'regard to the yield from the proepeptkig claim of the above reel we beg to give the trae returnEighty and abalf ton* ware eruibed, wblob fielded 821 onuoes of gold, and .ere are farther id. formed that the Ino...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TENTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

TENTEBFIELD. On Tuesday evening last, ? public meet ing was held in the Court-house for the purpose of hearing the annual report of the Commitee of the Hospital, paasing the . accounts of the inBtitutioo, framing rules fur it« future government, and electing fresh officers and committee. The pro ceedings commenced at eight o'clock by the installation of Mr. Thomas Covrper, an j chairman, who stated the object of the meeting, and concluded by calling on the j secretary toread the report., , -That docu* ment repealed the gratifying "feet, that ftf terpeying all expenses, a bfohoe of more than -S5IOO remained in the. Mods ol the tueaeurer. lie ftdoption nf'-the report was moved by the Rev. A. Rut) edge, sect onded by Mr. T. Peberdy, and carried. The secretary then read the rule* that hail'1>eet»* idrawrtsfcp by the committee, which alto-met Witt tbr^naniteoaff:' ap pttyval of the meeting! Th'e" election of . officer? and committee 'fori^he- ensuing year was nest proceeded with. It w...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE KINDER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

I THE EINDBE OA.SK. . The8y4»f Wi«pp#de«frV)f the Brit Im mnr vritM on the lfidi in»t:~ I rZriditS- j«*y r^SSS. brfrtTtiirw#^^ i6^_ Sses&»&-s 1r^"^ , - j3ra».«a fco'itSAe a fe" .SS^S^fiS^tS. » guffkwt" »t fcnch potott «* ttrirflacy, th^tbi ji^e t^ ®01* «"£ ' onna had ti> rcoaithotnto taanty. ®°jk BeriteaaTwtai P«le from coufloemtmt, tnd erhibita the same mm «f makinf uud handing memoranda. ThU oS^l It i* cleM ih«t the line list?' S1SKS3-'" tTSTomimrf br-fteetW^ <* By""8' the Msistant *hOM eviiMiCo wedt BO much. fffkiwui the priwwer kt the pol»<* j^uu/mentiou. of d«« kind la J* inference thtf V**T1*0' ®T' dentiy 1,1,0 «sbiint* fc«**t fluioknew »nd intelligenoe,_ /sivjW^^atss^,^f JMkeuort^iulo thC.bW to6nf *>« ev» Aam*. he beitW drownd «»'*a6 jmaim lie i» q"ito * y«Ba4®»n< pnety, »e ' ^ . A lhe «amo iw ?SET £ & «Z4 »fc.-^ «» ,igtoi,.K«« m-4"? ?ST.C:' 'Saute with the latter »hort!y efter their S.nr:^nn».»- tf hlitJtwntnuoic...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEB[?] 19. (Before [?] P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

WAttWTCE POfjltiJS COURT. MoNDAT, 10. (Before I. O. WMe/fflq., P.M.) Eniabetb Drovfer vm brbnght up before the Bench with Iter family, charged with yigtaatj, ^yii^irojAuJe of abode or meant <bf Uvin*.- unify ooouated lof. 6ki*li,p. aged-10; William, aged 7';' M#iy Atm.aged 6. Samne} JJwver.,tiie fether.wae" sentenced to tjKr nwnw irtpriiO^Weftt, - with hard latxrar, in. ToowooibaGttu)^ on the 7th initant, aioqe wl»jriiJtbe;IcMj tmve been begging about th» town in aatUte «f «emi nuditr and iiarrotio.n.,' The.£ami)p have for * long'.period beeo jmjawg iu^thebiuh onthe outakirUof . the h>wjV*iiid scarcely agardeninWnrWfek. escaped tbeif mia nigbtj ybite. lie court seoteaceii the Muly to wk weeWimpnsenmeiit, with a recommendation tbattWi-bildven be tent to*i

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 21 February 1866

BIRTH. At Freestone Creek, on the 13th instant, the|     wife of Mr. T. A. JOHNSON of a son.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

PROCLAMATION. By lil» ExoellsDoy 8ir George Feirmenflowee, foiigbt Grand Croat Ot'tbe nioat diatinguiahgd order of St. Miobael and 8L Georgo, Captain-Qeneml and Gorai'opr-to'Obierafjthv colony of Queensland and it* dependencies and Vice Admiral of die une, fa 4k. Ac. IN PUHSUANCR-of lh» authority tn me TBI ted, and in accordance with the provision* of the Art 21 Victoria, Mo. 15, respecting the Alienation of Crows Land*. X tbe Governor aforcsaUL witl? tbe advice of tbe Executive Council, do hereby notify and procl&tmthai the following lot* of land will be offered for (ale by public auction, at tbe undermentioned place, at Eleven o'clock on th» day spcciaed, at the opset price affixed to each lot r^ipectively. (Deposit 10 per cent.) Tbe deed fee on tbe nndermeutionei lotB will lie charged noooroing to we following acale j- - Not exceeding SO acre*, £1; aboVe SO and nbt exceeding 3<)0 acres, £1 5a,; above 300 and not sx> seeding 610 aeres,£l 10s. SALE AT THE POI ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

hisc«£C<w<!0tt$. LATKB FBOM Hokitika.-By way of Victoria we have "news to the 8rd instant from the Dokitika gold-fields. The Weit Ooait Timet of the 2nd atatft that the town of Hukitika baa been 111 some danger of being waahed into the rea, by a bcary flood in the river. The Chronicle of the I 3rd reports:-Yesterday evening the fresh i in the river was perhaps the heaviest yet i esperienced in Hokitika; though protaUly j tho volume of water will have increased to day. It proved sufficient to commit sad I havoc to the lower portion of Gibson's j Quay, having sliced off many feet of the ! north bank (rum the Australasian lintel < down a long way towards the spit. In Qany-»treet the bank is cut off very close to John (Jrtj'« timber yard ; and to the preKiiws of lMeesr*. Hov.ortb.at the cornt-r | of lievell-Btrect, ihi;re is barely roum for passengers t« nalk. and tlie London Bakery and ftcauipsukc-t Hmd appear to be in 1 imminent peril. The piles of the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

DRI3ADFUL TRAGEDY AT SEA. The Halifax Morning Ghrcnicle snys: " Our readers are ulreudy familiar with the fauiH (hat about ten days Bgo the lirifc Zer», built in thitt provinoe, but now owned io Nmv JTork, was found by some fishermen nliiniJoneil off the liarbour of Le Have, l<uuenburg county, and subsequently brought into tbis port. Upon tbe brig Li>iug boarded by tbe sailor*, it was foond that tlio was plentifully supplied with stores and all neoeuary appliances (or navi gating her to her destination. Upon further investigation it was discovered that an at tempt had been made to Seattle her, by cut ting a hole in eaoh side, from the interior just at the water-line, but tbe perforation was not complete. It was also observed that tlio name on the stern had been ob litcrrtod with black paint The aailors took tbe vessel into Le Have and reported theao circumstances to the authorities. Suspicion was at once awakened tbat all wa| put r'utit, and tbe oircumBtances of the ca...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE [?], AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24.1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

THE V. '!.,:/ , TElfTirfi^fel.T) CflftOtflCLE. v: . 6ATUBDAY, FEBBUABT 84.1666. Vi belters thft'tbe question it doubtful whotber thb District Courts Act will owe fit iW ^ration 4fler the cloee of j g&yearand matters revert to their fenpat footing, ibr whether the Mid Act wfllioontinue effective, sad a reduction be madein the espouses of the Government by dismissing such of the Police Magis trate* whose pMMnt duties can be under- ?! taken by the District Court Judges. At i the uue time, we oonfess that we cannot see bow .the nu^jisterial duties iu three or four different localities, although iu the aame district,^^be *ffeotively j»erforaied hcre^wri^^^)nMN^>'l>y the i&oH tion of eoiwmt:utter duties wilt not be e^fflpkasi/by an unpaid magis tmcy, bo»e*er wall they may carry uu 4* Btnck dutwe of their respective dis triota. ' Bom aneh system of retrenchment wag , attempted to be carried out in New South Wales some jean ago, but itwasfouud not tu answer, and it res...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A TERRIBLE SCENE. (From Reynolds' Miscellany.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

A TKKRIBliK SCENE. (From Reynold? JMiscellany.) At tlie iite fire in New York which dee etrnyeil Barnum's Museum, our correBpun .lent obtained a i>ooilion in a building opposite where lie could look into tbe Museum iteelf. - <? : t Me thus tlirilliiigiv describes the coo Hterriotiou and buitor among tbe animals Id tbe menagerie, .. Proieciiug niVeelf from Ibe intense Ucat' «h well as I could by talcing tbe mattress from the bed and erfothig-ty as; abulwark before the window,-With vol; in'oogh space reserved on top to look opt, 1 anxiously^ observed tbe animaliin tbe opposite room* laipiediatelj opposite tbe window through ' which I gated war); Jarj;e' 'cage fctintaining a lion «nd lionets, To tbe right band was - the tbrco-atorifid oaj^^jhMngAonk«ye at tbe tot>i two tberfcewmfl story, and a ** happy family" of rots, cats, ribbiir, adders, Ae., in tlie loner compart' went. To the left of the Jiop's cage was tbe tank containing. the 'two alligators; and etill further ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE LATE DECISION OF THE WARWICK BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

THE L&TE DECISION OF THS wabwiok BENCH. Tee following pertinent temorka on the decision of a portion of tjie Warwick Bench in the one "Known r. Hxaak BET Htrosov" for illegal possession of stolen propertyi appeared in the Darling Down* wudte of the 17th instant. "We (jive the article further publicity in oar columns because the editor «ipmi either the ignovanoe or one-oidedness of Die Magistrates who dismissed the eaee. We might have taken the matter up ourselves at the time, teeing the palpable injustice of the decision, but we retained from do. ing so, as it might hare been deemed vin dictive on our part. It eras ftr from our wish, when the prosecution was drst in stituted, to plaee Mm. Hrusoir, in any uncomfortably jjpaitipa,, pur sole object being to dlstovcr the sddrce fitom whence she obtained the stolen manuscript, so Ihatthe thief might be: punished. She, however, although herself Admitting po» eetoivn of thu property, «od refusing either to deliver it up or to satis...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry ABOUT HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

ABOUT HUSBANDS. llv Jous 6. Sax*. " A man it* iii general, hotter pleased whan ho » has a g««d dinner upon the table. than when his | wife Mpoaks <livak.**~Bam. JdBKSON. 1 Jdhuxoii wm« right. 1 don't agree to all j Tim Rolemn dog matt of the rough old stager: i lint very imicli approve what one tn*y call ! The minor morals of the " Ursa M«Jor.H ' Johnimn WAR riglil. Al'hoitgb wmo ujen * a»lopr» Wfjtdom in womnn and with learning cram her. j There Isn't ntie in ten hut think# far more I Of his own grub tlmn «if lti« sj>ou«e'ti gram- I I know it is I1 <* greatest shame in life; , liutwhoawong them (eavtj.perlmpB myself), ( Returning hungry homo, but hhUs hi* wife What lio-.'i-not book*-abu has UpU-J h"*r i ebdf. Though Gn;eh and Latin be the Hdy'n boast, TliuvVo liUlo valued by lier loving mate; The kind oftnnguo that utiFbonds relish most 1« modern, hot tod, and aerrcd upon a plate. Or If, as fond ambitiou may command. Some borne-made vera* (ho happy matron e...

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