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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 30 April 1867

Yt Kr;K.LY CALENDAR. AprilSO] I 3 4 «> «l Tnea. Wed. Thnri. Friday But 8UN, . Mon, 1 fi'. 80 6 , SI ,| Moon's Age D. 25*,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

FACTS WORTH KJiMBMBKRING. " Cosmo," in tbe Philadelphia Saturday Evening Pott, gives tbe following ftcts worth remembering It it worth while for all farmers every where to reiueuiber that thorough culture is better than three mortgages on their farms. That an offensive war against weeds is five times leas expensive than a defensive one. That g»od fvncea al ways pay better than lawsuits with neighbours. That hay is a groat deal cheaper made in the summer than purchased in the winter. That a horse who lays his ears back, and looks lightning when auy one approaches him, is vicious. Don't buy him. That scrimping the feed of fatteniug bogs is a waBts of grain. That over fed fowls won't lay eggs. Tuat educ 'ting children is uioney lent at a hnndred per cent. That one evening spent at home in study is more profitable thau leu lounging about country taverns. That coMs should always be milked re gularly and clean. That it is the duty of every aiau to take some good reliable, eutertsining pip...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CHICAGO. DESCRIBED BY AH ENGLISHMAN. (From the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

CHICAGO. DESCRIBED BY AH ENGLISHMAN. (From the hmpire.) The followin .. t-^tr«ot< from a letter re ceived this mail I»v a residont from a friend who recently left Great Britain to reside in (lie farinaceous city of the world, may ba read wiifi interest l»y us, who own a farinaceous village as our metropolis. They were not written with a view to publios tion. " Tlie ilrai of the ladies here is from the crown of the head to tbe sole of the foot all falseness together, so much 85, that a lady, provided she has plenty of money, no matter how iniashapen in body or li t b she miy be, can go to an outfitter's and be so " filed" np asto rival the Meilicean Venns. To one who has not been ac customed to thin state of things, it israther surprising to take a look into tbe windows of the shops where these wonderfully con structed appliances for improving tlie ' human form divine' are exhibited. After speaking of the extensive sea hoard, vast internal water communication, abundance of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

AGENTS Tas following Gentlemen hate been appokited Agents for this paper, and are authorial to reoire subscriptions and advertisements Printed and published by Fatbick Kitchie sola proprietor, at tbeM Argus4* Office, Albion (treat, Warwick, iutbe colony of Queensland and also published at Boote-atraet, Tenter field in the colony of New JSoutb Wales. Friday, May 3, 1867. Sydney - Brisbane. Maryland ' Tenterfleld A. COBITT. GBEVILLE & BUD W Hanoi. O. WlLLSOX. THE BAZAAR AMD @ 1 A N ® <tf frige# IN AID or THB ALL MALLOWS LIQUIDATION FUND, sass® vbje, $ossiraib&ani»« THE SISTEBS OF MEECY earnestly appeal to * benevolent public to aid in the Establishment of the Oiinrent in BrfibiU, for the Belief and Servioe of the Poor and Side of all denominations, the Education of South! and the support and employment of distressed females of good obsractor who are thai -pro tected from tho man; dangers of a city with a fluctuating population. In general these poor girls ba...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

DAIVEN TO DESPEUA.TION.-The Boston Voiee s&ya a Benedict:, who has taken a wife recently, was driven to the extreme measure by tbe treatment received in the boarding-bouse where he was tick recently, lie eaid he ordered the servants to briug hiiri some gruel 011 Monday morning, but which he never got till Wednesday after noon. Duricg bis confinement not a single soul visited him save tbe young gentleman who cleaued the knives; be came not for the purpose of consolation, but to inform htm that " Missus would be much obliged if Air. would do his shaking on a chair, so as not to get the bedsteaid apart." This was the feather that broke the back of his bachelorship. From that moment he resolved to connect his fortunes with a piece of crinoline. *' Poor fellow! Guess he never heard about the fish that jumped out of the frying-pan into the fire.' " j ANECDOTIC OF THE LITE DUKE or WEL LINGTON.-When Arthur Wellesley, with tbo rauk of ensign. went to [udia, he bad plighted his trotli...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

WARWICK SC1I0!>L OF'ABL'S. The second annual meeting of this in sti uticn toolc place Itut ovouini;, Mr. W. II. Brown in the chair. There was a very hr <e uttondiuiee, and we understand that nearly 80 members have already boon enrolled. The cbairinuu briefly stated the objoct of tlie inditing, aud then called ujjuu the secretary (Air. VV Wei way) ti> road the report, which was as follows SECOND ANNUAL UEPORT. \ our committee have much pleasure in presenting to you the second animal ieport of the institutinu, and trust that you will be satisfied with their pruceediugs daring tbe past year. Ninety-sevou numbers have been en rolled during tbe year, 26 of whom were yearly ; 51 half-yearly; and 20 quarterly; many being residents in the county dis tricts. The income derivable from this source bus been £70, whicb was supple mented by tbe Bum of £63 Is. 3d granted by Government for the institution last year. Your committee regret to announce that in all probability Governme...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

SATURDAY, M\Y 4th. F0R~8ALE. yftRHBH WHITE & MACKENZIE XTriLL nil by auction, at their Booms, on W fiATUBDAY, the 4th intt, lit 11 o'ciook sharp, Ala in oask and cam Wins, Fort and Sherry Bom Colonial Wine", fto. m Terms-Caab. TUESDAY, 7TH MAT, At 11 o'olook. EXTENSIVE AMD IMPORTANT SALE. MESSRS. WHITE & MACKENZIE HAVE received Instructions from the pro prietors to sell fay auction, in consequence of Mr. Lethbrldge rumoviug liii business tu the Down* Hotel. On TUESDAY, the 7th Msy, At the %.) Hotel, At 11 o'clock, The whole of the HOUSEHOLD FUBNITORE, and 8T0CK-1N-TKADE of the Boyal Hotel, vit:-? Magnificent pUnuforte, by Broadwood and Soul Bound a.d square Two chests drawers tablet Safe Arm-Chair Double and single Iran Chain . - beflatesda bofu Uattreuei, blankets Fier-xlasa Sheets, counterpanes l.unps . Feather pillows Qaucies ticks Dressing-tables Decanters Waahetands. with ser Wine glasses vices complete Tumblers Looking-glasses Sideboard Towel horses Picture* an...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

OIUGIN'AL CORRESPONDENCE.** The I'HluT tvill not be responsible for any opi nion* or views expressed by Correspondents, and uill always reject personal communica tions tmtess on subjects cf public importance, aud guuiantetd by the signature of the author. To the Editor of the Warwick Aryus, Siu,-I uotico iu your issue of yeater- : day a letter from Dr. Bulled, who again appears ad n redreaaor of public grievances, i If Dr. liulleu'a letters are cot always instructive, tliey are generally auiusing, and, in these dull times, auytning which tends to raise a smile, should lie en couraged ; it is with this object in view I now address you. If I remember correctly, Dr. Bullen's first appearance in his favourite character, was us no advocate for the cleansing of the Condamine river from dead carcases, &e.-a very praiseworthy idea-certainly it was poiuted out to him by the river in question, that it would be useless to remove a few dead carcases in the imme diate neighbourhood of th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

V. rjKKliV CAIilCNOAH. AprilSO Tims. May JlUed. j (> Z'Tlmrs. 0 SlPridny « 4]Kat. , 6 SlBUN. « clMon. I 0 jSllll I IKl'l , H. II. M Age

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

Since our lut pnbllostlDo the weather baa ] bean fine, and the roads are now rapidly dry ing up. Cobb's coaohoa are not yet able to travel, bnt we eipeot to see a perfect resump tion by uext mall day. We are eorry to hear that the Ten. Arch deacon Olennle ti laid on a bed of elokness. General debility aeema to have commenced iti away, and there ia no donbt that the reverend gentleman haa exerted hlputll In a meat eminent degree in the abaenoe of the Bishop, for the furtherance of the Qospel. From a gentleman joit arrived we mre in formed there waa nearly 60 hoars oonsecutive rain on the head of the Olarenoe Elver, which rose from 20 to 80 feat above the usual level. We anticipate hearing sad news from Grafton «a the raiu haa not been ao high alnoe XB62. ID the CABS of Wyndham verttu Oribb, the application for a compulsory seques tration cauie oil before the Chief Justice on Wednesday. Mr. Pring on behalf of the defendant applied for a postponement, iu order to allow time for filing ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FURIOUS GALE AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

FURIOUS GALE AND LOSS 01? LIFE. At an early hour on the morning of Feb ruary 6, the moat terrific gala that has been experienced fur a loug period broke over the metropolis, and lasting as it did for several hours, nod rather increasing than diminishing in violence, caused a serious amount of destruction to property. A wilder ni-iht there has not been this winter. Persous were awakened out of their sleep between two and three o'clock by the bowling of the wind, which at times blew with the force of a hurrioane, accom panied at intervals with heavy falls of raiu, which was dashed with a force sufficient in exposed situations to break in windows. Roofs iu various parts of J<ondun wore blown from the houses, and several persons were injured. It was a matter of the greatest danger to walk along any of the main thoroughfares of the city iu conse qoeuoe of the falling of chimney-pots, tiles, Ac., end early risers had full evidence of the farce of the wiud by the aspeot of the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

NOTICE. BOOKS or TICKETS (or the GRAND DBA WIN J and DlSTfilBUTlON OF lJKtZBS in aid of tbg All Hallows Convent Liquidation Fund, Viiebane, may be bad of Mr. 1'. U. WOODci. Falmeiio-atreet, Warwick. 23rd April, 1867. 294 1 HEREBY GIVE U0TI6E that I liars io my poeaeMwn a BAY HOUSE, at»r in forehead, Btar and snip, branded like Ol) over B near aboulder, W tin' ahouldet, and -Numbered on uear liip 121. Aiy person allowing a better claim lo liim thuu the uudersigned can have liim on paying exueme#, aiul applying to tiKOBQKHOFFMAN, At Fsteb tiurrMAMN*a Warwick. Ma" 1,1867. . 808 £20 Seward. IHEfiEliY offer the atave Reward for in formation lemling b the conviction of Che Carty or purlieu guilt* *>f I'olKONlKG my ogs on tbo night of the 1st May. 310 1\ FLEMING. £10 Reward. STOLEN or 6TRAVED. a Bay PONY, branded U over OO nod t)l>, well lutoWn iu'tku district as tbo three U Pony* U stolen, tbo abuve reward will be given for intoruiatiou leading to tb<* couvictiou ol the t...

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THE BUKNING OF THE MONTMORENCY. (From the Hawes Bay Herald April 2) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

THE BUKNING OP THE MONT MORENCY. (From tht Bavkct Bay Btraldt April 3.) | On Saturday, the 30tb ultimo, an official inquiry into the cause of the Ion of the chip was field in the Council Chamber, before Edward Catchpool, E«q., J.P., and Collector of Customs, and John Curling, Esq., resident magistrate. We summarise tbe evidence from the report furnished by tbe Herald .. Joshua Fawkes, on oath, states: I was first mate of tbe Montmorenoy. 1 am not yet discharged. I was in cbaige of the vessol on tbe tieDiim of Wedbesdsy, tbe 27th Msroh I ret the usual author Watch from 8 t>> 6 oVWk th* next morning; eatb man takes ah li<>nr alune. Thp last time I came on the p»"p wa« almnt hslf-pnst 10. I saw nothing. I eame np to aee who bad the wsteh. Au able seaman, named Bsatl mout, bad the watch, and I tnld him to keep the lmno wall trimmed, an'l to call me .t balf-past 5 uext morning. I tliea went to bed. I was aroused from sleep by a cry of fire from a nu n1 er of tbe crew....

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 — 3 May 1867

Al;i: I v a I. a VIi nrci'AltTliRK OF TUT! MAILS. A It HI VACS, Wemn* Mnri/fand, evert l\ienday% at 1 p.m, and every Saturday at 6 p.m. J M l!tuitatte and Ipswich, via Drayton, by CabbU coo* hcs, entry Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday, at S pjn. " fjtyf urti, via 7'''if it Uiggingt, rvery Wed' nesday, at noon. o*t arturbs. For Mart/land, every Monday, at 8 a.fti*, end ft'cry Thursday, at 4 p.m. i>*tibane and ipstrich, via Vrayton, every Monday, Mednctday, and Friday* by Cobb's coaches, at 9 a.m. H Warwick to f.eybtirn, every Thurtdty, at 4 a.m V. ft t,ftt*r* iwi/a/ be / o*ted at tht Country ftjfict-s f ofj *u A out pr?v*ou$ t* the time fixed J f-»r the dtfuatt h of mailt, but fate lettere Kill be rrctived to within a quarter of an hour. upon a ft? of u t>Upm*i>y i/ata^ being affixed to each letter, Seto*pap- r* ure reqv*red to be posted one hour before the tiutf appointed for rioting the tnaile. The Fvgfinh mail ciceee on or about the 17th ?>/ every month.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS AXD ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AXD ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Account* for the quarter ending 31«< March last are note in course of delivery, and toe hope they will be settled without the least delay. Those in arrears will tindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, as our requirements must be obvious to them. 8§T This beingthe proper time for payment of subscriptions tn advance, we trust our friends will acknowledge the fact by send inq remittances

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

WARWICK ARGUS A»D TENTEHFIELD CHBOMCLE ]8 published every Tuesday and Friday morntegs, acd forwarded to all parte of the ' Australian colonic* TSBMB OF BDBSCBIPTION. Quarterly (In advance) 8s. Ditto (credit) 10«. Orders unaccompanied l>y prepayment will re ceive DO attention. Quartan terminate 81st Varch, SOtL Jane, iOdi September. and fllst December. , Snburiben wishing to withdraw their namea finaa Aalint will ,l>e required to forward their resignation (together with «U arrears) direct to the oBee aUeast fourteen dear dayi befffe the axpintlon of each quanta'' TEBM8 FOB ADYBBWSItfG. Two lines 1 C Four lines 8 0 81* line* 8 0 Eight lines ' 4 0 Every additional fire lines, or nnder . I 0 Large and displayed advertisements as per agreement. A liberal discount allowed on advertisements ordered for mote than at* consecutive insertions. Births, marriage*, or deaths, Ss. each inser-, tlou." In the absence of written Instructions to the contrary, advertisements will be inserted unti...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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RAILWAY OPENING DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

RAILWAY OPENING DEMON 8TBATION. Notwithstanding the threatening wea ther of the previous night, the morning of the 80th of April broke forth in merry sunshine, as if proclaiming " 'Tis our open ing day." Flags and steamers might be seen flying in all directions, and our worthy Bonifaces especially vied with one another in their display of gay bunting in various mottoes ana designs, representing all nations. THE PBOCEBSIOS. At half-paBt eleven the Mayors and Aldermen of the Municipalities of Drayton and Toowoomba assembled at the Town Hall, the front of which was ornamented with houghs and evergreenB, and two flagslaffii erected, on the summit of which floated several flags, and conspicuous amongst them the Union Jack. The Toowoomba German Band, under the leadership of Mr. Kremsbter, struck up with the " Glasgow March," when the procession started, headed by the Mayora and Aldermen of the two Municipalities. Next' followed Cobb's coach, drawn by eight splendid nags, gaily capraisoned...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwich Argus, AND TENDERFIELD CHRONICLE FRIDAY. MAY 3. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) SYDNEY. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 3 May 1867

ftgas, TENTEBF1ELD CHRONICLE. FKIDAY. HAT 8. 1867. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abridged from the BtMane Dmily paptri.) SYDNEY. April 26. The Lady Young was stopped clearing &t the Customs to-day, by an order from the Admiralty, for a judgment obtained by the A.S.N. Company in tbe collision case with tho Florence Irving. Tbe matter was arranged, and tbe lady. Young baa tailed. April 27. Tbe Inquiry into tbe railway depart ment baa resulted in Captain Rae being censured and reinstated in tbe office of Under Secretary for Railways, at a salary of £600 a year. Mr. Vprnon has been reinstated, and Mr. W alter dismissed. Tbe Challenge, from tbe South 8ea Islands, reports the destruction of a schooner and a cutter, and tbe 'murder of their crews by the islanders. It is believed that the schooner was the Sea Witch, of Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

Printed aud published l*y I'atstck UtTCHiE sole proprietor, at tire44 A reus" Office, Albion street, Warwick, lutlie colony of Queensland and also published at liouse-fitrtGt, Tauter field in the colony of New .South Wales.-* Tue Jay, May 1867. jjro ffi i A W ® aisteilittticii »f Id Art OF ttfl* I ALL SUA LI®® 8 ; fl©H¥SET LtQUlOiTIOS f UNO, miasBffl »*r®, ^viBSKrssi&snvt rnBE 618TEB8 OF MEROV wroestly 1, appeal to a benevolent public to kid in Ui» Establishment of tha Oimvenl in Brisbane, for tbe Belief and Servioe of the Poor and Sick of tU'ddQDinitatioM.'tbtt Education of Youth, kdA the . aoppoti and J employment of distresiea females of gopd character who are tbvt pro tected from the many dangers of a city with * fluctuating population. In general these poor girl* have neither -parents or friends in rata colony. To enable fhe Sitters toesUblUh ana continue lb Me works of Mercy, A BAZAAR | AKD CEAH1 BIST lliWT IOH ©IF1PMSB8 Will Uko place in the ®$ag$0fr2 <09 B...

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A G E N T S. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 May 1867

AGENTS. Sydney - Brisbane Mainland » Tonter&eld A. Ciunrrr. Uriviui ft Dim W Umdi. U. Vnuw.

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