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LIVES OF DEPARTED GREAT MEN. [Communicated.] SIR CHARLES L.EASTLAKE,P.R.A. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

LIVES OF DEPARTED GBEA.T MEN. [CbmrnmieaUi.} 8n CsiAfuli. ^iSTiAKE, P.B.A. Tbe most carnal rial tor to tbe study of any great man love* to linger by tbe chair and at the tabtewhere word* were penned Wbich thrillers* flatten and fired a people. Much greater U the hallowed fading in the artist's atudio, where with face turned to the wall are the broken-dpwa efforts of genius, and whereat* oil the easel those great outlines which bnt wait the brand of genius to make them life-like and immor talise the maker- Another atudio ia va .cant, and we would mow seek to know somewhat of the spirit which has left it. Charles Lock East lake wis.fellow.towns man with Haydon, the great historical painter of England, being born at Fly mouth in 1708. Partly educated at tbe grammar schools of Plymouth and PJymp* tonu he finished at the Chatter House in Lobdon, when, not inclined to follow his father's pursuits as lawyer, he took Hay don's example, and in his fifteenth yter declared bis intention of dev...

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

A YOUNG MAN, lately arrived from JCng land, is desirous of obtaining a Situation u GARDENEB. He h»« . numerous collec tion of Hover and vegetable seeds and bulbs of tliq newest and choicest varieties. aod lib Ultimo dink will bear the strioteit investigation.-Ad dreli P. offloe of this piper. 87 MATTHBW hotjrihan, YOUR LAND ORDER has been received by 3. 0. WHITE. Police Magistrate. Warwick. Fab. 28,1866. »8 Presbyterian Church. A MEETING of tba Couiinitt*e of Mannirers . will be bald in the Church on WEDNES DAY EVENING NEXT, at Eight o'clock. 80 Deutsher Gotterdieast, Da 15 Febbdab, 1866. ALLEN Deqtcben Loudalentcnin Warwick. «nd Uwgogend wird bam it angerogt dss aneobengsnanten Tegs in Town Hal., War wick. 0. A. aKGKB, 82 Kt. lith. Prsdlger. WMbqraa Ohnrck, FrsestoneCreek. A PUBLIC TEA MEETING. to b« followed br a PUBLIC MEBT1NB. will be held In tbU Church on ITJKSDaY KESY,ll» S7lh February. The 1«a Hasting will cotnmeapt at p.m. Tlcksta,ts. 6d. uach, may be obtained from Mr. O. Wt...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2[?] (Before J.,[?]. White, [?]..P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

WARWICK PCpIC^XJOTTBTf^ TOBSDAT, FSKC^BT 20L i: "i (BEFOR* J.,0. WFEE, BFL.. fM.f ?. James fcethbrijPiacged wi^i having three dogi untegi*t6Nrff; thereVm no appearance on account of sickness, and the case was adjourned till the 27th inst. James M'Curdy was chained with il an adjournment; which jras granted, till Tuesday the 2Vth, on condition that plain tiff pny defendaLt'a coats. Herbert Evans was _ summoned by Thomas Condon for £14s. wages. Verdict for plaintiff, 24s. and costs. 'Jsmea* M'Curdy wis charged with ille StlP08" teision of a horse, the property of William Paul. Tbis ease was remanded from the 16th inst Henry Mitch I'll, poondkeep^i*; depaMd to the brand adver tised being |ti» asae as that received from Mr. Coutti, the party impounding; also that itjras examined flytb^ubypspector of pollce,'(tb4 ealwd oafc'afjitip ttmj-the hone was isold. Its Polite" Wigjpwle ruled that the case be dismissed, as it was vpry clear the horse came legally into the possesaion of M'Onrdy. Cb...

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

HfeLButJBKE. ilotir it telling at £18 10t>. per ton. Three tboutuia Ltad of cattle bi\e beep fotiLd dead at Deoiliqain. A strange accident hai taken place at a public ball in Vienna. An officer became entaneled by the crinoline of bis partner, Midi Wing, broke one of hia lega; the lady rolling met him in her turn fell on the other leg, and fractured it likewiae

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TERMINALS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

ARRIVAL AN| Tl ?ARTUUE OF ARRIV. from Maryland, every Jfrnifo, at 2 p.m. . 'Iri&ant and Jptitiek. taery Tueeday et novn, ud evrry Friday al 4 p.m. " Brilbmne ant Ipevith, via Drayton, every Thureday, at 8 p.m. " Leybutn vta Talgai Digginge,every Wed needay. at noon. ., Allora, Drayton, and Tooteoomba, every Thureday, at S p.m. DBPABTURBS. for Maryland, every Thureday, at 4 p.m. ,, Briebane and fptwick, every Wednetdby, at 6 a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. »f« Drayton, every Monday, at 8 p.m » hey burn, via Talgai Digging!, every Tkun day, at 4 a». " AUora, Drayton, and Toowoomba, every Monday, at Sp.n. iftS- The made elote at the fbsi-ojtce half «it hour before departure, tat token the departure tukti place at early hour in the morning, the mail elotei at 8 p.m. on the preview evening. The Rnglieh mail doen on or about the 16th 6/ every month.

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

THE WARWICK ARGUS TBanffiBSMBE® chbomclb AnitrtOlMi«o»oBtafc SbI' io»> r(npi|wat*llli Wttote JmuMtyi SOtb April, tbair wim* |S«a.»o'fcrw«rt4l>«hr sssags?** TwpHmpui^w.mt. .->»».'- *-* '-u ...» fg {SfoifiisC'l « . s. - IB tht.rt» ^ntT^.j^jffi'lf*11,'! ffL_ gmaMttggag; .1 nTlnii in lnurrr f-"" -*_.Mth ht iriiTiT** ,""' ' "M"" josrJSBjamHfi:, <f«,® <ta ft ? dii.fl cl t.art^t'>"< jat't*'". 44 ^tlWifSWRarw' »*«. «!W*»*W s4 With ' . w«,-4,.:(| *'* ' CJJtiX » ; . Ci'll4^,r'4toi| **< */»> 1> n.> I ",-.ift«»n'"Vii ?m'r -I .i.irri'iriK i <-v* j^\;fyt1^MA«4rOIKI8TOgRg&yK INTEREST <Bow«I WK*M DepeirtM .»' «rt»Kitta«i»cX^ DmftHmdl »m9 «Im IDT AflaUlS-. 28 t4s Klto ?'.?-D'Uj'WlL ^he! . __ _ ..., __ ^ IttTWITOjTnTOv - * - . - . .."?.iris.MA A«m»i vr . .v* ^'-WJwb . THE" i 'fS cel*e Fire I thel Ma -I^JSSSXMgS&r: J " *>J oj^t * si SU!" " *** vw,"" M.-& Mom^Ufo SopM? OM«&ui|;: ^j^...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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10 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

&0 SUBSCRIBERS AM) ADVER XI8EBS. We beg to etate fiat our doeountt for the twrtere»4iq&lltP**m*erla*tMrnow m www <f dtiimy, mud we lope dug mil be MttUiilfiad# *ke limd delay. ?thmiinn*em *iiU MiSf «Hy» tm % . prmpiiittime*t, MtmrttgkjrmMti mwt be ibviMi ttthem..-/ TTp'i Tti i*(i y iIit |nfrrr'ffM||(a- m «f Miteriptumt m UvtmS;** tnut «w frimit will mehio*My» the fktt Ij tend ing j/MMmtH.. ?:

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Wed. fe 8*|. BUN. MOD. |Tan. * v. 6 . 61 6 . 51 5 . 02 6 . Si 6 . A, e . ml 6 . M .IMOOB'U Age.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONTENTS] [GREVILLE AND [?]'S TELEGRAM.] BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

r " T E LEGR A feW-IO-" N IS W8. ' fri$Jt«to omr cokluMmrMarrt.] > . - t .. «»«. . n.-i .> (oueritt* AKS stko'a mxmIumJ JSKBBAN& Two penoos h**» died of aattitrok* in »rW*i£r . * Bevwwl (mMmuI Wf J*w» fined far tod tb» Iwsud* . political «tt» Ibft.tat«gnidi4epwt)Mntu«]aotol)f placed under ok ranM^L

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

filDKEY. Hun KM a good attendance at the ; wool aalea, and lair price* mm realised. A dwpateb (im been ntMfiun ibe | Bacretar; uf State for tbe Uolonlea rtfu*- : iug aeparatkm lo the feiverftw diitrict. mum, (be boabranger, haa been aen tanced todeatb. . lie new trial of fiertnod ia going on, a&fl iireab.«yi&i>ce baa been adduced, j

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

[fttclli<|enrt. Im» Siut^Vf beg to remind ou mdn OwmMit land taks* place m Tne*daya*xt. tkm«* St town let* (o be pot op. ( Mom Btrouuiranra.-A tsfogram m re o*ived from Toovooaba on Wednesday kit by the Bab-lanptotof of folio* here, etaiing that two meshed on the ptiihoi day etnok-up .ad robbed t gentleman two milwlrom Ctowrie. The mm oi £31 fOt. «u Uken train blm. One of the nn U described u being about S3 T*--* nr. sr* rtt rtW fHi Tbij bil two revolvers wltk" fhsm, and eseh had a bone. Tiro troopers were. ImmejUaloly. d*i patched is |«(MK« the InknaiM, aa well aa two from AUora, bot aa they have not yet . -returuM «nr*Wn» fBrthifr lnBrnktrofcl. HOSPITAL Ookuttic Macrue^-Tbe ordi aary fortnightly msetync ot t)be hospital fom. mittee *ai Jiaid 9^ fredapqlaj$4st. -the pieeideni, B«v. T. Kl^cafard, Bsv. J. B. WatklB, Yea. Aiyhdwppa (jjlmtit, JUr. Dr. Ceni, Nbeuri. Bfowo, BugiUn.O. Clark, tbe. treaeorer, and the fecreUry. Ji wa* (sored by Mr. G. Clark, teoonded by Mr. Brown,...

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MELBOURNE. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

MBLBOUBNE. February 19, j The Victoriani won {^^Intercolonial Cricket Match againit Tasmania In one inning*. T^iIiihiii j JO '' It it rumoured mat tbeGovemment will resign ifthe Legislati#- Ouwoil re fuse to $*ss their neaeutMVvm'mik ai»t the omu upon the Council. Beauchamp's furniture warphouae^ in Great Uollius-street, bac been bunted down. It wits one of the oldest premises in the city. The. origin of t|w on is not yet known. < . Mr. 5. Dow, the well-kiwwn cattle' salesman,. baa atopped payment. Hia liabilities are between £40,000 and £50,000. . An inquest waa held on ftetotfay at Bremer IJodge^the^reildencf of Mr. JXftuinr, by the police magistrate, on the body of a inan named Darn Whaatly, who died that moraine. Two witnesses were examined, from who** evidence it appeared the da ceased waa discovered between 6 and 7 o'clock a.m. lying on bis back in hia room in fits, at the same time calling on God for mercy. Aa soon aa he could speak .he said h» had, taken poison, a...

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

BOC&llAUPTON. The maveuui uvm (lie Comet ha« been .tack up bt* AeDcfamw). The W1M Bcotchpum «tucfc up tbe Pe*k OowMBuiiLi. Qleewtythe frieoner who eeoeoed from firiibuw g*oJ, bu joined tbe bouua&gen on the Darling Powiu.

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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21. (Before the same) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

(Befrt* ;? I AbrnilwUModi was mml vith deserting Mswifit and fkmily. Murdoch had leftbij fmly since October lut without any meant of support. He. m uifrted bj warrant at twtos, fnd thb Qburt awarded tbat lie nur llk per <wk for the maintenance of hia family S oM month's allowance to bt paid in adrance to Sub-inspector Harris. The prisoner eould not raise the money, and. was im prisoned iu default , 1 I FBIDAY, Febbcabt 28. (Before J. C. White, K«q., F.HL) Archibald M'Bpomn was summoned by Kenneth M'Lean fot £10 6s. wages. On the ISth October M'Lean was engaged at 15s. a week, and worked 12 weeks and two dart, when l}Sgave a week's notice and kit. M'dporran wished to convince the Bench that he engaged the plantiff for sis months, but admitted in cross examination that be said if M'Lean would have patience he would aee and set the money to pay him, thus upsetting tfcgaix months arrangement. Tghs/sgreemect wai a verbal one1. There WasM balance of ISl di^e for services on a p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK PETTY DETBTS COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. (Before J. [?]. White, E[?]q.P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

WARWICK PETTY DBBT8 COURT. TUKBDAY, FIBBVABXSO. (Before J. 0. White, E«q. JP.M.) Arnheim v. Knear.-£1 6a., for o» and line. Vervict for plaintiff, with oost* 6a. Pedio'Dehnonde* v. Henry .Buxton. £4 lis. fur nut Verdict for plaintiff, with coffls 6i. WinstoneonaecountofC. NewtoriBro*. .ad Co. v. Mulcthv.*Ti£719a. lil. for goods.' .old and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff, and 86s. mileage and coata. Fourteen davsallowed for payment JHngsford v. tiumnau,-£10 goodi cold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff, and cost*, with mileage 85 s. Amiea v. Jephaon.-£& 9a. Vardiet for plaintiff, with 8a. coati. Winatone, on acoonnt of-Christopher Newton Broa. and Co,,-v. Fitigersld.-£7 12a. for goods sold and delivered; defen dant applied for time. Verdict for plain tiff, with coata 80s., to be paid in fourteen days. Mary Williams v. John Conquest.-£l 8s. for milliuery supplied to Mrs. Con* queot. Mr. Conquest pleaded that a* Alrt. Williams waa a married Woman abe could sot sue, and the c...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abrid[?]ed from Brisbane Daily Papers.) TOOWOOMBA. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abiii/td /rem fie Aiitm Dattf TOOWOOMBA. ^ Febnwry 18.v A serious quarrel baa taken place be-' tween the navvies at Fountain a Camp. One man was seriously injured last night. Tbaty bay bee dm most welcome fall of rain throughout tne district; it contiued throughout Saturday. The weather still remains very hot, and there is a large amount of sicknesa. FebraaijrSl. Yesterday the ex-Mayor, who, it ia sup posed, will be returning officer, was bunity engaged canvassing the South Ward. The course taken by him haa called forth, fcome «uw!s>iuu»uf disapprobation; T ' No Mayor bae asVet beeu elected, but Messrs; Grigg and Groom' requested the Town Clerk to convene a meeting for that purpose. Tbeir requort bas been refused. -VThe tender of Mr <F.' D. Larkin for the erection of the School of Arts has been - accepted /The atgount for the Ball o»ly is £990.

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SYDNEY. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

SYDNEY IMmurr 10. 1 Paper* have been Ken red from. Auck land, New Zealand. They Mate that General Chute haa »neoe-fnljjr crotsed the country to the back of Mount mont, and that duringiiis journey he de stroyed a large number of native villages and crops. ,. , Ffbroanr 20., . The B.M.8.5. Bombay took one hundred and ninety thousand sovejeigt^ jHid aixty four hunovd osooes of fbla.' - '? Dunn, the bushranger, his been ten* tented to death. The Home Government have refused to | grant the separation of the Kiverina dis trict. «* ' The trial of Bertrand has been post poned till to-morrow. The'Premier bos stated that the Go- I vernment only, jntend to tnUwl&oe.lbe estimates and other uigeot wuitsures this session. .'s.»

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GLADSTONE. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

GLADSTONE. Februkrr 20. F The itpwner Saxouia arrived to.d#y. The captain report* that on th^ previous dajr he passed a large American abip, which was in a complete maea of flaraet aboot eighteen miles eonth-east of Lady Kniott Island. There was no appearance of thecrewr, and it <wa», ^tenroip, sup posed that the vesseHwl tom^ab^donea. The vessel seen bur^^^^On**® of the Sasonia, mHondav UK, *klO p.m., waa a Large ship, which'was bearing from Lady k|fioWV jW*#ft flMt A§;J9l)(f from Sandy Ospe north by west 80 miles. She was burning within tuiee feet of the wat#r, with tbe .Keeption of l« bow. From ber appearance, she ws» Supposed to be a cHppn jiMfc, punted black, but had lost her Usui* head, so that there *as thus an additional difficulty placed in the way of recognising her. Her bbwspnt was all right, but her touts had (alien over the aide. It was supposed by Captain Pap, of the Saxcmit, that she could mot float for more than «o boar.: The wind was east, and theeaa was'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 24 February 1866

DIED. At her residence, Warwick, on the 22nd inst., Sarah, aged 19, the beloved wife of Mr. J. J. Kingsford. The Funeral will take place at three o'clock to-day.

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THE FIRE AT COMPTON HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

W IME AT OUMPTON HOUSE. ; '""JM.jfe' ® sW^<w:®MvQdqtom | House, now a maw of smoking and blaek- ; *Bedr«ini,Jfffcsto aUoMwardappearsnoce ; » tt'taft eoypiriodainoe it* , 1 rfftctSeifn.' Noirtie'of th'4 hundreds .who Mined by its Jpqg4 Hue-of closed abutter* i IfiCinrif .u** **"." «u « fin raging with-' in wbiobiu afew boon would reduce tbe ! pleadUM'.'W'tiUle; :*ettferrthai>'fe heap of1 emonldering aahes. Thoee,. within tbe ^foMpioui of 1 . < The . Canals j*nplejea» l<Tiog ,«B a* premiees (wbo, aooordingte tbvrulf/badtobein by SX irii#r<^S>s. Tbe young men .Jiour'e grace,.a«»d their ; time for being in wu not till eleveujo'clook; but atteoVcl^uitny xif them were either : fo wUli it# 3000 volumes of 'BOOM, oriu the enoking rt>om, o^ iiytbe ^Ume^ aMtdHl|fo eteofciagi^^ltting, till bedtime eboula win, if all had gone aa' »t aO ttlnutM put Eleven every 4jght 1 IS tbe eettbliihineDt v.ojjd'b*ve £eeoout, en&jdL{ia%00 into atei ....

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