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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS JJTB TKNTBRFIBLD CHRONICLE IS pablished avaiy Tuesday ml Friday MnlaA and forwarded to all part* of tna Anstralian oolonlee. TEBH6 Or SUBSCRIPTION. Qautarly (In sdrsnoe) 8». DUtofmiftt) 10*. Orderi oneooompanled by prepayment will re .dn bo attention. Quarters teminata flat March, 80th Jana, 80th SepUmbeivand «lat Dooember. Subscribers witting, to withdraw their name* AemttwIUt MU (« required to forward their resjgaatlen (together with all arrean) direct to the office at least foartoeadsar days Mwa tha axplrttbaafeacfaqaaitor. TXBMS V0B ADYKBTIgIHG. Two lines .................... 1 I FiarliMi S 0 Blxlines 8 0 Sight lines....... « 0 Breir additional In lines, or awUr 1 0 Large-and Hqwd .ilfwlt-anU as (Mr agreement. ... .. . A liberal dlaaanat allowed on advertisement* ordered!* mora than ate oonsaentlvo tuttttoa*. Births, aurtUgn, ar dsaths, $». osch inaNt Htm, In the atoetio* of written Instnutlonl to the contrary, sdvertisements will be inserted until countermande...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVICE- j Tisms. \ W* beg to ttait ffmt our Account! for 1ha fumrter ending Sltt December lait «.« now t* of delivery, and «m iepe they kHI it irttlrJ vrithottt the !ra*l delay Thott m erreart tttUf bindly efffyi w by « prompt MttfoftMil,«« wr requirement* mat it obviov* to them. V9T ffltbeiuf the proper time Jbr payment tf rvbeeripticmt «i aiemee, tee triut eur ftimit vrill acfaiOKleigt He feet by tend' Mf remtttnea.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

NOTICE. ON the 16th dey of April next, in OPF.N COUBT will M held at (he Cmjrt House, Levburn, for the purpoM of BEVIPINH inch port of the Electoral Boll for the I lector*! Dlstriot of Saltern Downi, II appertains to the Police District of Leybnrn. By OHfr of thi Bench. B CBIBB, JUN.. Clerk of Petty Benloni. Ley bum, March 18,1667. 185 NOTICE. IIIKKECY authorise J. C. WHITE. Jun" to eet ai my agent, and to flollect all Benta and Honey* doe t > toe, hli receipt will be a auffioient dlscbarre for the aane. __ EDMOND L. THORNTON. Warwick, March 21.1BCT. 1W NOTICE. I HEREBY authorise Mr. J. 0. WHITE. Jan, to collect Benta and Mooeya dm to me. ind to act ai nr agent In Warwick; hli receipt will be a (efficient diechans for the eame. SIMON MAYOR. Warwick, March 21,1B67. 196 £100 REWARD. CERTAIN CATTLE of the following Braada knlDiftiMrlbuk fnntto Ctitleniih Biter, a BEWABD of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS will he given to any party who will giro inch Information will lead to the con viction of an...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE [?]arwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, MARCH 26. 1867, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ([?] from the Brisbane Daily papers.) DALBY. March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 March 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, MAHCH 26. 1867, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) DALBY. March 21. Forty-six navvies, who have been in town here for the last week, cannot get paid their wages. However, as they are supplied by the Police Magistrate, they are very quiet.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellanious. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

btecdhtitOMi A Chinese Ageeehxnt.-The follow ing curious document was translated from the Chinese iato the English language on Tuesday, fit the District Court, Sand burst, daring the bearing of a Chinese cbm of trespassI, Tchou Tchou Lok, am ur gently in want of MOUSY, therefore X consider with my brother. I agree to gite tnv own garden, which is situated at Back Creek, to anyone as a security who ' will lend me the mocey. At first I try to ? get money from my relations, on the second I am introduced by my friend, Chang Chung Fin to A'Yiug for borrow ing the sum of £G0 in the limit of ten weeks, then A'Lok will redeem his garden, and he will cultivate it as he wishes. If not, the interest will be 25s. per MONK. If BO interest be paid to A'Xtng, then let A'Ting let the garden to anyone, if he wishes, for the interest money. This is in the presence of two parties, as we both agree. This money will be paid to Tchou Tchou Lok on the day tbe agreement is signed, therefore ia future this ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GRAZING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

GRAZING. I In tilciog stock, however, of home r« | eourcee, or indeed of the resources of any grscing oonntry. there is . point of economy ' to which we direct Attention. The oommon | practice of butchers, and probably graiiers, ; in to charge bigb for iatub, and propor tionately low for iBottun. Lamb, being esteemed s luxary, ischarged according to the price the people ere willing 10 pey, ratber than in proportion to (be «oit of keep «iid oti|l»y on the animal, £ kmb Wbieb lias bten iet grow six months bu perhaps coat 6d per week, ft 18s bu gone iuto bis careen awing tbe half year. He will then weigh six stone (batchers'), end eeii for 8s the eiuue; tbet it to My, the outlay of 18s bat prodaced a return of 86a, or a profit of 23s, being 177 per oent. Let bin go, on the other hand, for tbree months more, end bis keep will Lave risen from 6d to 9d or IGi per week. He will ho\e cett in all. abunt 24i, will weigh nine stone, and sell for 64s., or 125 per oent-profit. Under these ootidi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

AGENTS. Tm following GantUmen h»v» keen appointed Agent* for tbb paper. and are aathoriwd to ixaciire fobaoriptioni and adTtttiuments: gjiaej A. Cusirr. Brfebana . . . UiaviiLX & Bi» Mu/lnl - - - W Ut rn. TenteHtoM M- Wiluios. Piloted and published l>> Pi*uc« tiutuii, : cola proprietor, at the" Asm*" Office, AlhibB ?tnwt. Warwick, ia the eoloBy of Qoceuelund and alio published at fioaw-ntrDet, Teuter fiatd In tin colony of Ke* S»utb Wale*. Friday. March 28,1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FRENCH TREATMENT OP THE DKOWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

QUENCH TREATMENT OP THE DKOWNED. Till doctor^ two attendant*, four private soldiers, and two or three official*, were io the place. It is a clean, airy, wall-venti lated room, with foor beds without curtains, a table, and aome wooden obair#. On one of theee beds tbe drowned man was placed. The foor soldier* (tripped bin, tbe musI *hat applications were resorted to, and rubbing of tbe body was vigorously! per formed. Tbe man lay motionless, bsrt life was not extinct, I stood at tbe bead at tbe bed anxioosly watching bis eyes, which had * dull glazed look, but not tbe look of death. Tbe doctor now did wbat, in England, is seldom, if ever, done. Be bled tbe pdtiani in tbe left arm. Tbe blood trickled, and as tbe robbing continued, the body was soon covered with blood, until it waa .ponged off by one of tbe attendants With warm water. Still there were uo signs of motion. Tbe doctor tben forced tbe point of a small pair of bellows into tbe nau'a j month, with a view to inflate tbe lungs,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ^ To THE Editor of the Warwick Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. . ^ The Editor toill not be responsible for any opi niont or viewt expressed by Correspondents, and will always reject personal communica tioni unlet* on eubjtcts of public importance, and guaranteed by the eignature of the author. To tht Editor of the Warwick Argut? I I SIB,-Observing in your contemporary'* report of the Governor's visit to Warwick that certain reflections bare been cast upon me us captain of the Governor's escort body, I deem it my duty to request that yon will give me an opportunity of stating the true farts as tbey occurred; and, moreoveis that as the people of War wick are themselves in a certain «enge blamed for the usage he says he received, you ought to find room for their vindica tion. The following are the true circum stances of the case, and I can furnish the names of man? highly respectable indi vidualslwho can testify to their correctness. As the escort was proceeding with the Governor to Lyndburat, Mr. Mallalieu rode alongside ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

(bwrtwwnis. Notice. th" Jambs il WHITE. Jolt., and BOSEBT JONjP IfAOKENZlB, hAve TbU D». en tsi*riD(# xARTNKBShii* m Auctioneers, andetock,' fetation, Land, and General Com alfca Agents at Warwick, under tbe atyle or By.of J " ^HI'CE & MACKENZIE." /Patedihif SStb day tt March. 18S7. / turned, f J- C- WHITE, Juh. f i H. J. MACKENZIE, WllboM-S..6. Foliar, / . Solicitor. 211 ?t Notice. IHKERBV give notice that U the Hone* left Ja tty.peddodt on the 4th September, 1666, by ®lobM3.M»^tmerBoj«.are not releaaed in one monthfrotn fhtardtete, they will be »old-tt> Wy : exp««ttObemnt Mere, bald face, near hind tfprt White, iOJfiimr SB Mir eboulder, blotch J-ra^neernwi.; alio a dark bay filly, bald i»ce, UlegtWi $fkfid near tliouldcr, hind and toe feet white. - r. BBD6HABEB. " ; HaimtiDj Hotel, 8andv Creek. Wanrlek, Maroh 17,1867. X7S Important Notice.' fTIHS Fi^tMir of tbe Warmlck Argm t»Ves Ju till* *MNfel - opportunity of requeetloo; alt tkowwbD baTereoeired tl»eir AOOOUM'JCAiip ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

tiAUD &VBYXTI.-7>odei* has cti'.ed tit the surrey of the uniu-reyed portion of the Wirjrfek Agrfoalttml 8«»ery»,t>iixlin]jf Down* dlilrtot, ere* of porlloni'from 80 to 160 acres, ? and of the King's CreakAferlcsltiiral tteaerre, Darling Downa district, Visot portions from tttolWuni. Stawj.-Henceforth a dlipoont of 6. pet cant will be allowed on the porohase of adhealvfe atarnpi to dl Uoensed dlatrlb'Dlors, and2j Jj»r cent, to alt other purchasers jifetioh stands to tli* extent of £30 end npwsrAs.' a discount of of 2 J peroent. will alio be (Ulowed to purcha sers of impressed stamps to the axteat of £80 and upwards. Ho discout will, bowsTor.fcs al . lowed on Hm payment for* tamp* impressed pit any written document.. The report of the Governor'# visit 'tA War wiok. together with a press of original corres pondence coming In at . lata hour, bare oanaad us to withhold onr leading remarks on - the Land Bill, as alao a report of the Municipal Conned meeting held yesterday af...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADVICE TO ENGLISHMEN ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

ADVICE TO ENGLISHMEN ABROAD. Always take the wall in walking, espe cially when you naeet a lady. Never hesitate, if need be, to force her off tbe pavement. This will show you ere a free bom Briton, and eta Jo as you like. When introduced tj a trench gentle man, thrust roar tongue into your cbeek, and say familiarly, "Oommentvotu^pourtez .out tiieux cog. t" When you meet him again, exclaim, as the French do, "Slap bang, void noui tnoortThis frill serve completely to put him at bis ease, and show you are acquainted with the custom* of the country. Always when yon can, walk in the mid dle of a street, and stare about as if the houses all belonged to you, and you were merely travelling to inspect your property. To show that you were fortunately bora in a free country, comment freely on whatever may exeite your laughter, and particularly at the queer names over the shop windows, supposing that their owners csa hear what you aay. When yon hue a cab in Paris, you will do well to begin a co...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

TO StnBSORJBXBS AND ADVER TISERS. Wt beg to itaf* that «tr Account* for the quarter muting SIrf December leti are now in courte wf Jelieery, mnd tee hope they toill be tettM tntXottt the tout delay Thote pt omen will kindly oblige iit by a prompt icttlmimt,at our requirement* mu$t be clvioui to them. Titie being the proper time fir payment ef tvbicripfiotu tii mhmue, tee tnut our fritnit icill aehmiMjft tfe feet hp tent ing remittance*.

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THINGS A FARMER SHOULD NOT DO. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

THINGS A FARMER SHOULD NOT DO. A farmer should never break up more Ikod than be can cultivate thoroughly; ball-tilled lund i* tin ay i gro»io< poorer, while well-tilled Uud i» contUotly ioi yroving. A thrifty and prudent fanner will not devote bit cole stieotloo to the improvement of certain field* on Lie farm, beeaiue tiie hud b " tujr to work at," and let other portiout of feii preiaue* go uncul tivated, and grow nothing but bruit, bog, btiert, and etoM*. A farmer ehoold never, have more cattle, horuw, or other aniinal atock than b« out keep iu good order. An auitxnl in good order at tbe beginning of winter k already half-w intered. Nor ehouid be let i>b cattle eudnre the chilling (tortus of winter In an open yard or field, whUrt a lew doll tit expended iu the way of waking Comfortable atable* would empty repay him In avrfng of fodder, and afford a greater amount *f milk. A farmer «honlti never depend too nmob on tile neighbour! for whet be <n by bit naref...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellanious. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

ntsttCCfttwu?, Fat it ACCIDENTS.-Two total accident* bave occurred this week ou the Main B&nge. Tbe first happened on Monday evening to a German named Charles Caaelo, in the employ of Mr. M. Eppla. The unfortunate man wag clearing timber, and in felling a tree it caught on the branch of another tree, which was close to it, and it being quite a round limb, the tree rebounded and struck him on the ribs and thigh. His wife was with him and saw the accident happen, and he lingered only about a quarter of an hour. Dr. Burke, J.P., hela an examination, when it was found that death resulted from in ternal injuries.-The other occurred to a man named Joseph Brady, who with his mate Michael Cirrol, were working on the range, about a quarter of a mile from Mr, M. Meldon'a hotel, on the: Highfields Road. It appears that, on Tuesday morn iufc, the two men having breakfasted, were about to proceed on to theraiWy Hue to' attend to some fencing material: Michael Carrol went to fete)* a piec...

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 — 29 March 1867

. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. Km Maryland.»try Tuttiay, at \ pM., ami entry Saturday at 6 JiJi. .. Jrt»loti« and IpittieKvia Drayton, by CobVt coaehtt, every Tuitday, Thurf day. and Saturday, at S p.m. " Ltyburn.tia Talg 11 Vi/pwft,eeery Wed' neitfay. at nton. DEPARTURES. Jar Maryland, ettry Monday, at 8 «-.*.; and etery Tkwtdoy. at 4 p.m. ' Brisbane and AwM, Drayton, tvery Monday» widnuday, tad Friday, by Caii't coactet, at S am. ? Kuiriti ti Ltyburn, any Thmday, at 4 a.m. If.B- Litttri mill it fluted at tht Country Qfittt ha# an hourprtHout to t)i Iter fxed (or the detpetch of ItUtrt toil1 ti received to letthin a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a titptnny stamp being affiled to each litter. ifmipa/Hn art rtprirtd to it potted m< hour before At time appointed for doting tit mailt. Tkt En/Uth mail tlotet an or about the 17th of totry month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

VHC WARWICK AMDS AS® | X8NTBSXTBLD IS pabUehed erery Tnwdey »£j . morale**, and fortrardid *o all parte of tie Atltiliii eolonlea, / TSBMB or BUBSCBIPTION. jMHumiSii fej ? Suirtwr diet Uaiji^OOtb .iltatltt'ofMohi! TKBWJTOB jufaB'A'IMNG. Tvollnea j? } 5 IMkIIbw ..../..» J J I 0 ri j- ?? ? fiT» U"^ w , 0 S^Md dj^^^rVr&muti aa P«r , ^uSina^iwoMt ^!°*rfOTji?Terti«?T'' ordered fin- more then eixeoneoOttiTelneertloii*. ? BfajhH W *»**? u' eMhloMr" WttwjMteyUoM to thj eonfai^.^iSmSMKMitf Inisrtea tmtn P. fUTCHL-, Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. Tta Proprietor or the Waiwici Absui be« to ifwiiMf to the itllii&U of till dietrfctthat to*r«^t*»Tei74e«cnptton of With neatseu i c+apa, CATAiOQtrBB, cixoviabb. X9Bo6pi miff list fltnAma Plem ond tvkd, Jka» *0-. *o. AUSTEALIAN JOIKT8TOCK BANK. vtMTBSBBT allowed on Steed DeMtlte at X 'cnhtotiitoe. . v r>raft»l«M)eao»»ll theBnmchsa ..>$**"' Uee In -New Booth Walee, QneeiAJand, Victoria, IWiUt, TuoviiU. *pft «i»'« ^^aBWfca _' §2 tffW* T...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus TENTErFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY,MARCH:29.1867, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbone Daily Pepers.0 TOOWOOMBA. Much 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

TH8 'rtrwKfi TENTEBFIELD CBBOJSICXE. FRIDAY, MABCIi1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Jitidfti from Hit Stititfit P*iln papert.) TOOWOOMBA. Much 22. A luge open-air meeting of men who have been employed on the Dalby line was fold to-day. Mr. Owom was called apent to preside. Meier*. Montgomery, and Muir addressed the mMtieg as repreeeiiUtivea of tbe men. The Hon- Johfj "Watts, Minister for "Work*, was jircneit, and stated that Mr. Bourne bed been' overpaid to the extent cf£4000. lie Police Magistrate saidthat execu tion* bad beat' Issued against Bourne's plant, hut that it had been aeieed by tbe Government-, uj '» warrant for Mr. Bourse'* apprehension, for nonpayment of his seen, liaa been issued. fie .(the Police Magistrate) we* authorised to pve - nlion to all trim needed tbem. A deputation waited on Mr. Watt* ? subsequently,, sod' requested a written reply to tkew repwecnUtioii*. Be pro. ' nun that be would forward it to tbem .>? fetter he bad had . consultation with bis colleagues at B...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

MARRIED. In tbe Catholic Church, Rockhampton, on the 5th instant, by the Rev. Father Murlay, assisted   by the Rev. Father Lonergan, of Mackay, (brother of the bride), and Father Magennias, Edward Lanigan, to Mary Lonergan, both from County Tipperary. (Home papers please copy.)

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 29 March 1867

THE GOVERNOR'S VI8IT TO WARWICK. I According to previous announcement [ flit Excellency Sir G. F. Bowen paid fait promised visit to Warwick on Wednesday last, being accompanied by Lady BoweD. Considerable bustle prevailed throughout the town (or aome days previftisly in making preparation* for the hearty welcome which the townspeople wore determined to accord him. We described in a previous issue the triumphal arch over tbe bridge, bnt it vat not then finished, so that we could scarcely realise in oor mind's eye tbe beautiful and imposing appetrance which it preiented on tbe morning of the vice regal visit. Formed of varions-oolotired rosettes wu n crown placed on the apex of tbe arch, underneath which was tbe word " Welcome," also formed of rosette*, and on either aide the letters " V. R." These bright and tasteful ornamentations bad a very charming effect in combination with the background of evergreens. Flag* van hoisted at almost all the hotels, principal places of business, and...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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