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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ABUTTALS. ftom Maryland, every Tueeday, at 1 pm., tai cctry Saturday at ( fun, ?i Briebane and IpewtA, via Drayton, iy Crii'i (Mtln, mry flmrfay. nun Ay, and Saturdayt at tpjn. m b)fhm,ni fbJjrii Oigginge.eeery Wed* netday, at mm. DMABTURBB. For Meryltnd. every Monday, at I «J*, turf every Tkureday, at 4 pm. I. Brfibtnt and [p'ltick, ota Drayton. every Mom Joy, Werfneeday, and AMty, by OM'e mciii, at ( a.m. ' > Vmiit &lt;« Leybnrn, every Tkurtday, at i ..m AT.B. - LtiUrt (unit be foetid at tie Country OJjtem half m imr piw/aiM It He timt |»4 (or tke detpatch of made, tat late lettere wilt (&lt; ntM to iritkin a (wrftr g/m Aour, upon a /«» 0/ a ifatptNiijr itamp Mag affixed to each letter, Ntwtptptre art regvirtd to te poeted oat hoar kt/oretki time appointed for timing tke made. Tke Bngliek moil elveee on or about tke 17Ik ./ every month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867
WARWICK ARGUS AMD TENTEEFIELD CHBOKICLE 18 published every Tuesday and Friday momtrga, end forwarded to *11 parti of the Australian colonies. TKRMS OF 8UBSCEIPTION. Quarterly (in advance) 8«. Ditto (credit) ..... 10s. Orders unaccompanied by prepayment will re ceive 110 attention. t Quarters terminate Silt March, 80th Jane, 80th September, and Slet December. Subscribers wishing to withdraw their names from the list will be required to forward their resignation (together with all arrears) direct to the office atleaat fourteen clear days before the expiration ef each quarter. TERUB BOB ADVERTISING. Two lines 1 « Fwlisn 2 0 Sis Itaei 8 0 Eight lilies.. 4 0 Every additional fire lines, or ondsr 1 0 Luge and displayed advertisements as per agreement. A libera] discount allowed OIL advertisements ordered for more than aU consecutive insertions. Births. DMJTMgcg, cr deaths, 8s. each inser-. tion. In the absence of written instructions to the contrary, advertisements will tie inserted until...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 May 1867
MARRIED. &nbsp; On the 28th April, at St Thomas's Church, &nbsp; Mulgoa, by the Rev. George Vidal, B.A., assisted by the Rev. J. S. Blomfield and P. M. &nbsp; &nbsp; Bailey, Charles Octavius, eightth son of tha late Captain John Lamb, R. N., to Christiana, eldest daughter of James I. Riley, Esq., of Glenmore, Tulgea.
MORINISH DIGGINGS. From the Northern Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
MORINISH DIGGINGS. From the Northern Argus. Tbe new towrsiiip ia going a-head in first-rate style, and for two or three very especul reasons, (lie'Brit ii (bat jl if clou (0 the only permanent water bole we hive; seooudly, people are flocking np very fuat; thirdly, mouey ia beinu made at a ouch quicker rate than was contemplated. Yon would be quite surprised t« see the buildings wbioh are spriuging up, almost as euddenly as those did, after Alladin had robbed bia wonderfsl lamp. A abort time since, the ground was bare, now we have bark palaces, and log warehouse!, beaidea buta, tenia, and aheda of every possible ahape and site; here a Vulo»n may be seen swelthering sway before tbu anvil-there catpente'ra are hammeriug their hardest and knocking up abantiea ao much per doien ; never mind about qualiity of work, quantity ia tbe thing. Ao Ksculapiu* provides physio, while a Doniface finds diseases. From early until late groups of men are pouring in, and heavily laden drays and vehicles...
AGGREGATE BALANCE SHEET OF THE BANK [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
XBOMOAXB BALANCE BRUT OF THE B4JTK OF SBV SOUTH Wi.tB8, K&BOH 81, 1867 (raoLuunro lohdov bbaitoh so 81st bboembee, 1866, a»d jii tiuun bbahohes vo toi IUBOH, 1867. Dr. Bank *tock ... -... £1,000,000 0 0 Reserve fiind Notes in circulation... Bills payable ... ... Deposits and other liabilities Profit and loss ... ... 1,782,447 . . . H 144,680 IB £8,476,644 0 8 Or. Coin and cash balances £1,818,885 6 Bullion in band abd in transit to London, Slat March ... 601,682 16 Government securities 218,662 10 Notes of other banks 11.712 0 Bank premises ... ... 170,698 13 Bills receivable, bills discounted,and other debts due to the bank 6,8664216 16 6 Insurance account ... 886 18 6 £8,476,944 0 PROFIT AHD LOIS, VASCH 81, 1867. Dr.-March 31,1867. Rebate fat current rates) on bills discounted not doe at this date ... 89,841 16 i Dividend at the rate of 15 per cent, per annum 76,000 O Bonus at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum... 25,000 O Balance carried to profit and loss, new account 4,6...
BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
BANE OP NEW "'SOUTH WALKS. The following is the thirty-third report of the directors of the Bank of New South Wales, to tbe half-yearly general meeting of tbe proprietors, held at tbe chief bank ing house, on Tuesday, the 80th day of April, 1807 ' The directors submit herewith a state ment of the aaseta and liabilities of the bank on the Slit ultimo, and congratulate tbe proprietors on the steady increase of the buaineBB which the figure* indicate. The net profit^ after rebate an current' bills, interest on deposit!, providing for bad and doubtful debt*, reducing valuation of bank premise* and paying taxes on Dote circulation, amount to £93,020 2s. 6d.;" to which is to be added an undivided balance from lut half-year, £11,659 Ida. 7d.; giving for distribution £104,680 2s. Id., which tbe directors recommend to be appropiiated as follows:-To payment of dividend at the rate of 16 ner cent, per annum, £75,000/ boa at at We rate of & per sent, per annum, £26,000 j balance carried...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
ibmthmmis. Wasted, BY a. young nu, BOABD and BESlDEhOE in a private family. Address D. P.. 831 Argut Office. £1 REWARD. NOTICE TO POUNDKEEPEBS& OTHGBS. LOST from Maryland, one cream-ooloured HOBSE, black points, switched tall, branded No. 3 on off cheek, blotohed brand near shoulder. The above reward will be paid for information of tlie above Horse, or on delivery of tbe aaid Horse to Mr. IV. HABLY, Postmaster, Mary land : or to NICHOLOS HABT, 331' Maryland. £1 REWARD. LOST from Tenterfield, one BAY MARE, branded OW over M off abuulier, one hind foot white. The above reward will be paid on delivery of the aaid Hare to Mr. W. HABLY, Postmaster, Mary Ian J; or NICJHOLOB HABT, 836 Maryland. £6 REWARD. MTOLEN or STBAYED from Maryland, on P the S2od April, Two HOUSES of the fol lowing description, one BAIT HOB8B, branded Mover Dent B near shoulder, and K near hip; one BAT HOUSE, branded JJ over 8 near abonlder. If rtolen the above Beward will be riven for Infonnatlon leading to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
NEW GOOOS. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. J. & Co. RESPECTFULLY beg to announce to their numerous Friends and Customers in Warwick, and its vicinity, that they are A LABGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WINTER GOODS Their Large and Extensive STOCK Consisting of Grocery Drapery Ironmongery Crockery Boots and Shoes Fancy Goods &c., &c-r Too numerous to mention, will now be offered to the Public at such prices as cannot fail to give General Satisfaction, bo as to meet the present DEPRESSION & TIMES. JU Cflrtjt Call is wspfrtfttUj soliritd. SaroBene! Kerosene I! Kerosenell! 60 CASES KEROSENE Now on hand. JACOB HORWITZ & CO. NOW OPENING, T.EM CRATE ft Ooueiiting of Crockery China and . Glassware j. HOBwrrz & co. TOBACCO! TOBACCO!! TOBACCO !!S THE ONLY GENUINE ,» CAN BE HAD OF JACOB HORWITZ * CO. OF THE NEW DRUG, GROCERY; & SEED FITZROY & ALBION STREETS, WARWICK (Opposite the Bank of New South Wales.) DAVID CLARKE (Late Proprietor of the ...
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier of Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From tht Courier of TAurtdajf.) In the Legislative Couucil yeBterday, After the passing of the usual sessional ordeis, A Bill for the Prevention of Contagious Diseases and a Bill to amend tbe Medical Act of 1861 were read for a first time. The Hon. St. G. K. GOBE gave notice that he would mora, on the following day, tbafribe debate on the reply to Hie Excel lency's speech be resumed. The llouse adjourned to this day. ID the Legislative Assembly yesterday, It was stated, in reply to questions put to Ministers:-1. That the Government had no intention of introducing a measure during the present WBsion for the con struction of a railway line between Ipswich and Brisbane. 2. That it was not intended to have another formal opening of the line to Toowoomba, but that the Governor would visit that town at an early date, to reply personally to the addresses presented on the 80th April. 3. That further extensions of the reserves on the Downs would be made when occa sion...
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
AGENTS. TUB following Gentlemen have been appointed Agents for this paper, and are authorised to receive subscriptions and advertisements: Sydney A. CCBITT. Brisbane ... USEVILLE & DIBD Maryland - - - W HABDI, Tenteifield G. Wiueox. i Printed and published fay PATEICK Krrcan, ?ole proprietor, at the" Argue" Office, Albion street, Warwick, iutbe colony of Queensland, and also published at House-street, Tenter field in the colony of New South Vales. Tuesday. May 14. 1867.
THE BRISBANE BRIDGE. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
THE BRISBANE BEIDGB. (From the Guardian.) ID the course of the address last even ing Sir. Pring alluded to a matter now cfvery great importance to the commu nity of this district, and referred in con demnatory terms to tbe want of reference to it in the Governor's speech-I mean tbe Ri isbane Bridge. It is possible that the Government were not in a position to say much upon the matter, and did not know the exact amount of assistance required to get the dobt on the bridge acoouot paid and the remainder of the necessary funds provided. That amount will be about £113,000, and this statement is made without tho slightest fear of its being challenged. When it is remem bered that the first contract for the con struction of the bridge was little more than £50,000, this increase must appear exceedingly extraordinary. _ That the mere enlargement of the width in the swing bridge could lead to any such addi tion is simply absurd, for it would make its cost nearly as great as of all the rest of ...
Clolonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
pfontdC eiffems. ATTEMPTED Highway Bobbebf BT I Two CHiNA-HRN.-As Mr. John Living- | fitoae, in the employ of MeBsrs. Tweedie and Weston, storekeepers, of this town, was riding home from Major's Creek on Wednesday evening last, an attempt was made to stick him up by tiro Chinamen. It WBB about half-past 7 o'clock, and the night was very dark, he reports when at a portion of the road running close up to Mr. DranBfield's fence, which has been much washed away, about two hundred yards from the lane leading to the mill, ne was about to take a circuit round to avoid a boggy hollow. As he turned his horse off the road, a man, whom he knew to be a Chinaman by bis voice, called out to him that they would show him the road, and two Chinamen rode up to. him. After riding with them n few paces, and being careful to keep them before him, they turned round, apparently disap pointed at not getting his back to them, and one of them came quite cloae to him and pulling out a pistol from under his cl...
THE GREAT BULLION ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
TEE GREA.T BULLION &OBBEBT. On the afternoon of Thursday, the 20tb, between three and four oclock* Messrs. Bothschild dispatched a covered van from their banking establishment in St. Swithin's-lane, Oannon-street, Oity, I with twenty-four cases bullion for ship ment to Hamburg and.Rotterdam.. The van belonged to a carrier who has been manj .rears employed by them. Th» custom of the house in forwarding or re ceiving bullion or specie from any part of the metropolis is to make a person in their employment accompany the ve hicles. On the present occasion the twenty-four cases (weighing about 2 cwt. each) were to be shipped on board two steamers lying in the river. Twelve of the cases were for the Waterloo, Captain fHranack, bound to Rotterdam, and the other twelve tor John Bull steamer,, bound to Hamburg-both belonging to the General Steam Navigation Company -the former then lying alongside the Harpv, revenue cutter, off the Tower, and the John Bull off Horsleydown. All the cas...
SYDNEY. May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
SYDNEY. M»v 8. I Tlie Inauranoa OompuiM bave resolved to rsiso the premiums ID the case of fires flftj per cent. The lou of the John Williams is ooo firmed. The Barb has been scratched fur all his engagements at Randwick. Ludia b*s been scratched for tbe cup. The betting on the Cup is now as fol lows -5 to 2 against Fishhook; 5 to 1 against Tiin Whiffler; 6 to I against Tarragon; 8 to 1 against Pulgimbcr; 10 to 1 against Volunteer. The OUrkes arrived to-day. The Ema Creek escorts have arrived, bringing eight hundred ounces of gold. Teas ere timer. Large isles of Con gous have been made at from £6 Si. to £8 12s. The steamer Au:klaud has arrived from Auckland, which place ibo left on tbe 2nd instant. Business is quiet. It promises to be fine westher far tbe races. At an auction eale of teai and oilmen's stores full market rates were obtaiued. May 9. The race* were well attended to-day, and the weather was fiue. The following is the result of the racing: FLYING HANDICAP. Hamlet 1 8ir S...
DISAGREEABLE WOMEN. (From the London Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 May 1867
DISAGREEABLE WOMEN. I (From the Ltndon Review.) ' It is a mistaken kindness to proclaim all women beautiful and virtuous, and a young gentleman starting in life with such a faith would eoon find of what clay his idols were made. We are not now going over the old cynical ground, well j nigh worn out by this time, But we pro- I pose to glance at what appears to us to be an almost unknowu district. What part in the world bu the disagreeable 1 women to play ? Is it to punish Bome masculine sinner by acquiring him in marriage P Is it to set off her fairer and worthier sisters P Is it to be a talking and a standing protest against the angelic theory of womanhood P The disagreeable woman haunts every sphere of society. She is not necessarily ugly. _ Up to a cer tain period she may not exhibit the taits of her disposition. She may resemble the tigerkin whose claws are not grown and whose habits are attractive and playful. But her nature soon breaks out. If she marries, the victim soon gets ...