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[?]oetry. PETROLIA. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

PETB OLIA. (Aw Punch.) la tbese buiy tJnlaaj anything " paye." Til pat torn as of minor Iroportanoe; Whit matter how filthy The way to bo wealthy, If, br ft/aw. dirteheap. make fortunt. Petrolla, that'* a fine lit land A slimy. detestable lie land Venturesome men Ban off to Pann ?.ylvania'i unctuous lie land I Let (be whalei rest in peace. Like old Heroes of Greaie. Tbey may blnfcber ill over their Cacei; Bat the whalers won't pay ' Tbe'm attention, wh«i they Siwiiul Mt twiihUa phni. They'll go to PetaolU'elle land That sweet, oleaginous II* land They'll play their b»rpyons Ana a-einging of tunes They'll be off to.tbls unctuous Us lend. Ton aijf tslk.tipOB paper. Of mod. slime, and vapour, Bncb reports speculators ars pleated at; But wto oareafcr the saell ' That oan work an oil-well ? Cent met eoent'aaot a thine to b* eneeced at. . l/yim«M*wintiinff~OM tie, land With money to mat und to bay land, Willi that trump card a. cpado Why, your ibrtane ia made In tblf wondrous Petroli*n li...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(from the D.D. G[?].) BRISBANE. Monday, 5.p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

(from the Dm T>. GutetU.) UBISBA'NE. Monday, fi.D.tu. The Hon. John Ellis, a squatted ton the Barcoo, baa been elected member for the Mitchell district, defeating Mr. W. Fair fax, of Brisbane. The .successful candi- j date is a son of lord Howard de Walden. i Tbo 6ouchay«, steamer, is oomtng up ! tbe river. The Mary Lawson . aud. Lrgiou of llouour, hare arrived from Londcn. I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

| MELBOURNE. Februarf 22. I - The financial .tatement ehowe a credit. balance for the lilt year of £21,000. : The (foTernment bave decided pot to tack the Tariff Resolution* ou to the Appropriation Bill. February 21 The fir»t item in the Tariff- Bill has been tarried by a majority of tweifty-fire.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

- v® , ,j.O. WHITEJo*. 27th F«Wn^7. i8U. ' ' 108 '?,.-,:J-...;.-'i *v..;???'' '. iv, "J Warwick Ho«plUl, Ftllrttnf dBtcfcwH^d <y«lnt dp-I a *r; '<>! - ^nulan'£>'&b White'Wt|t j. <*17 ?» «f Mbr» Kavoh." ; " w ? jSi+f "iwaf :**-? - - mtiSMii^flilttieewiielbe h l M«m&Wk Mniaa',46 tb» dbtrtltrfi "~ " VBIOAtant, ilhl«k;3M,<»' MiMttfliui ^batdrihafek *iT^XiSSS: > te:«row* *tu Aleek, .Sfr. .«** ?«: Mbjto&Mut;.'. t&ilUL ? '. '»:?.. ?-1'- '" OtoolcaodOfUqu for Bale, ;.?:. ' V?r : 0 ' * <001If^iStUWi«te*WNr-feitli AjMW<Ni'*|W|l!j>' ' * IMuMhttta MatfafviU 6Q00 M «T will-bitd .*&*(, *«Ud«»tke A food ah«ep no. ' MOB faNl«rctt4ii«a STOBE CtTOM uoo bwivarx^ »at CATTLE ???mslakp TOO MlMnllEuis. 100 M W«MHDB*E6, brakm u>* no Tm Hfit-ctttt ^TAUIOXB. jJ.O. WHITE, Jdbt., Btaokud Station Agent, Ac. Wswkk, jM.lt, 1666. m J. 8. BL&.GEBUBN, Whol-le Waddlef Ironmoagor, te. (Uli H...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

ADELAIDE. Februiry 28. Gold has been diioorered at Higher combe. Wfceat is quoted at 7B. 3d. per bushel.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. FRBRUARY 28, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

TUB Ti^TEEFlELD C&BONI<?fcE. WEDNESDAY* FKBBUABY 28, I860.' A teiat of strength lately took place amongst the'Magiatrates.of Warwick, vjiicfct ^according to * prwlaj^rti(>nep. pesring in tort Saturday's jjPeipfmmmt Gatetfe, too* twiilJetf.W th.e.jiampietedis. comfeture of the Uuriority.and ai-it shows the powes of i! rigbt" lover S' taigbt" on ? matt im$tiHaWputo%queetion, it calls for taoee thaii apasaii^rerairic,' v' In September, 18W^*n Act»as passed c»^jt ,<fe.jBoadr{flfaafag of) Act, made WW/lrjr Vii^'tfparcfcaSe tinder tfib pre emptive right, became possessed of lands through which any :publ» roadptnaet, giving them power to enetase tt# said land a»i cn?ss the said pitbVtMwd with ftujH,iv>iipg gate* for the convenience lo&l j trattifl^ t seefifto impose. As this Wasto^intentsand purple* a piece of class legislation, the Gor'erninent vaty wisely determined upon the insertion of certain dames reserving to themselves the, power of cance...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A MISSIONARY'S OPINION OF GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

A MJSaiONABFS OPINION OF , opbdon. ' . A mi*sionaiy in Jamaica, in a. latter dated Nov. V, to * totttd in JMibbnigh. s#J»-" The di&bolicatt idbB< jjipears flnrt te nure entetedinf® the mind 0/ Qeonm William Gordon, about three jfear* ago, of murdering or banishingfi-Om theialand all Che White men and reepe#ahle and in flnential brown man, an# jotting, it into poaieHMn of the bl*ck§.> He~w*s amin who had a pretty goodatapdinginaowpty, and member ofthe X-ifyCfty Tor the parish oi ,8tj. ThomBB-itt-th».l5*at,;«y>w afaooatdeealated. tie tnade«.frcat pro fession of religfcn, and waa Cor tiine a leading |n$i$ww Mr. Wataqn's church. Hejus HIM, td ministers, and I. have moivthan onoeapent tometjm$ with him, Udjiai planed with tbeOhrjrtian war Utj<Mu6bne coidticted iia'&tftiy, &ene rally presiding atwoiahipone put, of each day. 'Alterlie was elte>($&d. member of Assembly, he becama..al(^«n^pon this aooount, aodbf hia iatawinable f...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GAYNDAH. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

GAYNDAH. February 23. I Roberts, the sold prospector, returned to Gayndah to-day. He reports finding another good quart* reef at Eidiwold. He has brought down a very rich sample. He has also Found aUimal diggings, but does not yet know whether tbey arepf a pay able character. He left town again to day, taking with him some hired men to assist.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SEED GRAIN. {From the Austral[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

SEED CkBApr. {Frtmtke AuitriuiiakA i.-: Ab the tine for towing par^wiili jp^ap. proaching, a word or two ion '.thp rtSgeat out not dc unite, especially thosewho, under tbe new Land Act, have lately 'taken the title of fanners. Wo assume that tbe put and present satisfactory prices obtained for wheat and flour will create a more active, isquiiy for .Mod seed wheats fan usual, and one of tbe first objects of an agriculturist ought al. ways to be to obtain tbe best of eveijr. thing, whether bones, cattle, sheep, im* piemen t», or seeds. 1 A good' beast?ioait sumes no more food than a bad one; it is far belter and more satisfactory to use a first*class machine or implement; and cer tainly more profitable to grow superior vidjHng grain. Many may. rightly say, " Wheat i# wheatbut what a diilerence does a cartful practical ^"Ty fipd^at harvest time at the yield of grain sown in its most suitable soil* Let any of our new agriculturists previous to any im portant operation, especially ^uph a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

EOGKHAMPTON. February 2a. I An accident occurred on the river yes terday, when a map and boy were drowned. It u;rumoured that either Mr.' Norton or Mr. Bingman will be brought; forward in opposition to Mr. Palmer, at the'eniu- i ing election for the Poit Curtis district. February 24. It ia reported that the Hon. Johti: Ellis has been elected member for the Mitchell District. No Authentic information has, howerer, been, received.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

BYJJNEY. Febnkry*22. | The wool Mies to-day were very brisk, and an upward tendency m exhibited. The trial of Bertram! is unfinished but it'is being conducted more rapidly thain on the drat occasion. : ; I Mr. Laybock, the member for the Clarenoe, bat announced >&is intention of j MMjgnjqg Ju« seat. He will most probably besuooeeded by Mr. Robertson. Maiseis quoted at ls.6d.'per busbe). » . '. ClM The jury in tha lease of the yuan Ber trand,'after being locked . «{> fosa short time, returned a vuSlict of guilty of mur der agsinst fcim.- ? - On bearing thp verdict, the prisoner made a shoVtspeech denying hi* guilt. Sentence of death waa pawed upon him by the Chief Jnstioe, wuo hold ont ho ^he pnw^ Ber£rud, B^rted ^i| in. noeenee inaoleverspeeflfcofialf «d hour. His Honor the Chief Justice said he be lieved prisoner to be guilty* -Bertrtmd, in his speech, was quite cool; he aaid he wins the chargc, and ahonld be knorderwl if they j hanged him. The court waa densely crowd...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

. - . IMPI.UHWI i .!PMJ^.LW,j fc. J. '| - jtmaL ;9I TMeaor}. Qaeeniland, SiSndAeptember, J66S. QUEENSLAND GOVEBNMBNI . '''' SAVINGS BANES. TJBANCHES ot the above Bank are now open X>* »tftabt(»e1jBop*a.'(Eortf Detison), Ba nana, Oiirdwell, Clermont, Call tope, Cleveland. Oqndamlne, Palby. Drayton, ,jQaypdab, Glad stone. QobfaAwUiill, IpiWfcb, Xjgwin, Mary "bbtwigh, Jtfarlborongb, M4ckay, Roina, fcock bamntou, SmlSMiiMn, Tarvom, Idowoom ba, Townsvilla, Warwick, and Watarlay. Dmotlta to any aoonnt irOta St, tqmaitdt can be m*d* and Withdrawn atiktoy iofll* aboro Banka daring ordinary ofice buori, and on Satur 'etnt >er «(inum, amdy. big, either tqr latter.or in twraon, it w uo< .nry, at anfc «ltti«bo»» offioes. Bt HU laoellency'e Command, , W JOSHUA P. BULL. USD 8ALSAT WABWIGK,, 6TH IfAftcH, 1866. FT It hereby notified for nottal in/ermtHon, j thattbe iand proclaimed to be oSbndfor SALE at WaMlok, Ob. the <th day of March, withdrawn. ' >'v? A. Q. UEBQUEY...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

A banquet is lo. be given to the bon. J. P. Bell, Colonial Treasurer, at Dalby, on the 6th March, by hie constituents.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abrodged from the Brisbone Daily papers.) DALBY. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NWS. {Sbrid/ti from Ikt Btitkmt JttUi jpaptri.) . February 23. The matoh on Wednesday last between Mr. Gibson's " Dr. Syntax" and Mr. Short's " New Ohttm," was won by the former. At a cricket meeting held on Tuesday, it wm decided that a match should be played with an eleven from Toowoomba on April 2.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Some and Foreign News [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

[row Igfomgn There ire already two achetnet before the public for erowing the Mene/ tod connect ing Liverpool with Birkenhead, . The one is a bridge from Aigbonh t» the opposite ehora near Brmnboroogh Pool, and the other is a tunael under the Money. A third scheme has BOW been submitted. Tiie latest proposal is a pnewnstio .milway, to form n coiumsuicstion between Liverpool and Birkenhead, etarting from the eoruer of Chnroh-street, Liverpool, passing under the Merai'y, and tormenting in Birkanbeml, at the Wood side Hotel, giving au inter mediate station at the bottom of Jttnes street, Liverpool. A letter from Paris «pys that the Em peror Napoleon hu given tip bit plain rela tive to Algeria, onacoountof the oofavoor able reception given to his pamphlet. It ii said that M. Aliby, one of the guests at Cumpi&gne, spoke of this pbanyhlat as a romance, much to -the amusement of his i Msjesty. . A yonnp womio is in custody at Burning h*m on the horrible oh ergs j of having murdered...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

New iseoLvero,-Jeta Neirton, (Mpefctw, Warwick; John Hardie and Oo, snoitters. ' Fauifern. ArrotsntENTa.-The Hon. John I&nglas, of Tooloombah, in the oonnty of Marchlaon; Thomas Lodge Murr»y Vrior, of Maroon/in Ibe niuit* of W«;i, Ktquire; John Panton, fr/awlch, in the oonnty of Stanley, Bsqnir* . Jatne* Gibbon, of Teneriffe, in the oonnty of Stanley, Eiqnlre; to be members of the Iiefle. JativeOounoll of Qiniuiud. The Hon. Douglas, ML.C., to be (he Fovtmuter-Oeut*!. of Queensland from tho 111 day of SUnib, 1866. IfL Saw or LAND.-We ere informed thatMf. J. C. White, Jan., *old by anotlon, on 84tnrd*J Uit, aboat 6\ aproi pf eubarban land JMAOo. being at the rat* of near]/ £50 per ten. Thli high prloe ihowa the increasing vein® oI.»»d great demand for land in the neighbourhood of Warwiok. " ? . >?' A . W# hare ^ew requested by tho troasnrw^of, the Warwick HoepltiU to aokndwtedge th* receipt ot-fit 6d. M a donation to thai tsutlta tion by Mr. Simmon*, per JoJbnGomH>|fc: M...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

ARRIVAL AH© DEPARTURE OK THK MAILS. . ARRIVES, . ft em Maryland, eciry Holiday, at 2 p.m. " Briibane and Iptuith, every Tuetday, qt noon, and every Friday at i p.iv. " Briibane and tptaieh, via Drayton, every Thurtdap, at 3 p.m. " Leybun, via Talgai Digging t.tvery Wei net day. at noon, " Altera, Drayton, and tboaaomba,-etery Thurtday, at 8 p.m. DEPARTURES. Tor Maryland, every Thurtday, at 4 p.m. " Briibane and Ipnoich, every Wednctday, at 6 a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. " Britbane and Iptwich, via Drayton, evtry Monday, at 3 p.m. >, Ltyburn, eia Talgai Digging!, every Thurt day, at 4 am. ? n Altera, Drayton, and Toowotmba, evtry Monday, at 8 p.m. NjL-iTki mailt dote at the Poit^tfic* half cn hour it/ore departure, but when the departure taktt ptau at an early hour in the morning.the mail elottt at 6 p.m. o* the previout teeming. ? The Englith mail dotet on or about the ISth «/ evfrt month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

? trap ' WARWJCJK ARGOS . iBNTBJtBlEI^ipS^JIICWS f »^znJ!&JZ2rs& JuatoiUiicotoita«.J ' :4' '' 'v .m WEMfiOFBOBSOBIPTiOK. 1?^tiSiw£*»Sitetie Sift J*nBuy. 80th April, '(Miitwi.WI! be"iWri&STtAtmwjka their frm»*th«r wtfli Ml *rre»hy-fijreet to At t»& fourteen icleajtoe b(jtoi».the negptatioMif eerimwrter. . ah K'UVM «.a,jwi.iw.tk.v..'»,:«;' . <«?§#?»«.;»* a.**-T* ssc"'4 s»J«ftw«S5fi ! jSfe «be«l»W*oe *tf »o itto liyw48jiW-4i^df4iWit4 ' AjTerttMtaeiiU inWt bS«iiitlif 'l& «b'ebfi<* notiiterBuii «*o ?ctelock on TtHteJtf jod/M ? ia«yifterooefce( «d-«ttert JbrtbewitfcaSww! or ay-.-ji-"- 'nt-j ! MU'.tK; 'Wl* witaeM : ??''??/.' 7/ ' yiz: ?^m^ssasaim VlBELB, MCOSlPT * DEUVKBr BOOKS - '-:-»iV-. '.'t; tfaU Wl'tito,'1'' THE ttodetiti(&fl' biVtag been Aftnt for Warwick, Is ratborii nUd ' Aftnt for Warwick, (? author!m<1 to It-. iMn MMiliekttasi' lb>''iun>rti>oe: la Utb I)m < to. MOB. thx7Al(p MAMr9...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. S»i,28toFe*. ar. I Than. 2 Friday «£.*. * i BUN. 6 Mon. 6Tuei. |Snn rt«e». H.. « 5 ,"CT fi . 67 6 . 68 «'>' » 6 . SB 6 . 09 6.0 Sun^efijHoW V-22. 6 , M 6 . 27 6 . 20 0 ;-25 6' .'.28

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 February 1866

MARRIED.     At the residence of the bride, South Brisbane,   on the 22nd inst., by the Rev. F. Schnmeister, Charles Robert Koch, M.D., of Warwick, to Fanny Eliza, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Finlayson Johnson, Esq., Surrey, England.  

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