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MELBOURNE. May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

MELBOURNE. May 29. j The regulative Assembly have remitted t' e Customs Bill to a Joint Committee of the two Houses. May 30. Mr. M'Catin, member of the legislative Assembly, has been n-uianJed on a charge of forgery.

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 — 4 June 1867

General Foat OSes. Brisbane, 23rd May. 1857. AMENDED EA.TE8 OF POSTAGE TO BE OHABOED ON CORRESPON DENCE FOH DE8PATCH TO, OR RECEIVED FROM PANAMA, ETC., BY THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL STEAMERS, VIA SYDNEY. rilHB Honorable the Fwtmaster'Qeneral of Sydney, baring aiguille! to (bis offloe.tbBt in fature X a charge of twenty shillings (20s.) per lb. will be obarged by the New Booth Wales Government, on the groaa waigbt of all tbe Queensland Mails forwarded to, or received from. Panama. &e.» by tho Panama, New Zealand, and Australian Mail Steamo'B $ the Public is hereby informed, that from and after this data, tbe amended Postage Bate* shown in tbe subjoined Table will be charged by tfaii Office. 8T. G. R. GORE, Poat master-General. SMTIlfATtOV. United Kingdom .. " Plaoeaon the Continent of Eorope, &o, tbe Correspondence for which must paaa through England, in addition to the Bate* mentioned in Table A, in Foatal Guide Panama Chill... .. . .. Peru " Ecuado...

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 — 4 June 1867

FLOUR! FLOUK!! FLOUR!!! Q OS E&T REDUCTION! Ha Be*t and Cheapest at JACOB HORWITZ & CO'S. BRAN! BRAN !! BRAN!'.! JACOB HORWITZ A CO'S. <$3KSsts <B<&sassi! <B<i>aas?nj AT 865 ^ACOB HORWITZ & CO. RACES-RAC ES-RACES. F HUDSON baa for Sale COHN, 8 * yeart old 391 In the (hurt if Petty Smiont, Warwick. M'DONODOH V. Bbasfobd. TO the ahote-v&tned Defendant.-Take Notice, that I Bullock Dray, with Bows, Yokes, Chains, and Tarpaulin 1 Trolly 1 Sofa 1 Table and 3 Chairs Will be sold by public auction, at the Court Bouse, Warwick, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), the.5tb.day of Judp,1867, at noou, unlessthe errant of Distress in the above* case is previously satisfied. WILLIAM HARRIS, Bub-Inspector of Police. Court House, Warwick, 80th day of May, 1807. 892 THE QUEENSLAND DAILY GUARDIAN (Eilablithcd 1868.) PoBMiHto every morning at the OSes, Albert street, Brisbane, contains OBiattt&L article*} , ......

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily paper.) SYDNEY. May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgtd from the Btitbant Dtily papcrt.) SYDNEY. 29. Tlie bushrangers, Thomas ami John Clarke. Iiavo been sentenced to death for alioolinir at C 'Dstulile W iluli The Court nit till midiiiThere was s dense crowd in attendance-the prisoners uu moved. T'ia Cliief Justice, in passing sfiitencc. raid ho lielieved the prisoners had been guilty of a score of rourdera end roMierum, each of vrliicU merited death. Mr. Jiiliu Hay ii to lie tnoved from the IjO^iiUtiva Aesemlfly to the Legislative Council. Tue Jiiideu murder cases will comuieuce The Installation of Mr. Artlmr Holroyd tin Provincial Grand Master, in the MuSiinic fra'ernity took place last night, and wan a very grand affair. Trade is inactive. May 30. Griffin'a trial, for the inurderolCarroll's party at Jiuden, liaa not yet finished. Mr. Ashdown has been appointed Bail war Accountant. The sentence of death p««ed upon Weekes has been commuted to imprison ment for life. The invextigationB of the Board of Educati...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

Ibmtlstmmte. £200 REWARD. WE. the Cniorsignefl, tieraby offer tbb abort Howard to any person supplying such information as alixlj lend to tbe conviction of any persou or poisons Stealing and Killing Cattle, Sheep, or Horsos, belonging to car rti pective Stations. fJOHN DEUOHAB | THOMAS OOOITfl I LEONABP B. LBSTE& (Sigaed) J V. 4. O. WILDASH ? GBEEN & CO. I CHARLES CLARK 878 I.A. WIBNHOLT. £60 Reward, IjlOB any INFORMATION that wilUead to the conviction or tha parties - wlio were seen to SHOOT a. BULLOCK and HKlFEKou SUNDAY EVENING, tha 19th instant, near the Saw Pita, on Freestone Greek. JOHN DECCHAB, Glongallan, May 28, 1667. 868 £6 BEWAKD. TO LEX ob 6TRA VflD from tfaryhna. o* O the 22nd April, Two HOKSB8«f tbe toW lowing description, one BAT HOBSE, brandy M over CO over R near .boulder, idA N near hip; one BAIT HOBSE, branded JJ over 6 near eh raider. If ftolon the above toward will be eiTin> for information leading to the conviction of the tlilef or thieves; a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

DISSOLUTION OP PARLIAMENT. A Oovernmtnt Gazette Extraordinary was issued on Wednesday containing the following Proclamations : By Hia Excellency Sir Georpe Ferguson Bowen, Kuiglit Grand Cross of tlic Most Distinsuished Order of St. Micliael and St. George, Captain-General and Gover nor-in-Oiiief of the Colony of Queens land a»d its Dependencies, an£ Vice Admiral of tlie name, &c., &c., 4e. In Puraumce of the power and autharity in tne vested, as Governor of tlie aaid colony, I, Sir George FercnBou Bowen, do hereby Dissolve the Legislative Assembly of Quiensland, and (lie same stands dis solved accordingly. Given under my Hand and Seal, at G >»ern nient House, Brisbane tbis twenty-ninth day of May, in the year of our Lord One thoufsud eight hundred and sixty seven, ami In the thirtieth year of Her Majesty's reign. [t.8.] G. P. BOWEN. By His Excellency's CommaDd, A. MAOALISTER. Goo SAVE THE QUEEN. By His Eicellency Sir George Ferguson Bowen, Knight Grand Cross o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

THE ftlitiCTIONS. A Government Gazette Extraordinary, containing the following proclamation, w&B issued on Thursday: Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, Nay 80,1867. His Excellency tho Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, baa been pleased to cancel all former notifications of appointment of polling places, and to ap point the several places named in the sub- j joined list as the polling places for the several electorates as specified in such list -By His Excellency's command, A. Maoalisteb Colonial Secretary's Office, Brisbane, May 30, 1867. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified that writs, utider his Excel lency's hand, have this day been issued, addressed to the Returning Officers of the several electoral districts throughout the colony, for a general election of members to serve in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland; and that the following is the arrangement for the holding of the dif ferent elections, vie.: DRATTON Aim TOOWOOMBA.-Mem...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MEMORANDUM BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR IN REPLY TO THE FOREGOING. Government House, May 23,1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

MEMOH/HTDUM DT HIS KXCBLIENCT THE GOVERNOR IN KEPLT TO THE FOEEOOINO. Government House, May 23,1867. " After matuie consideration of the me icrandum yesterday submitted by Ministers, the Governor is ready to grant a dissolution in accordance with their advice. It will, of course, be clearly understood, that the Governor has come to tliia decision for the reasons of general policy laid liefore him by his responsible advisers; aud that he is not called upon to express, and does not expresB, any opinion respecting the point of privilege and constitutional law which appears to have been raised in the Assembly with reference to Mr. Douglas' seat. " The Governor desires to announce his decision formally to both Houses, as an act o! courtesy to a Parliament from which he, aB the llepreseutative of the Queeu, has always received constant and loval co-opcration. *' G. F. BOWES."

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MR. MACALISTER'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

MR. MACALISTER'3 ADDRIiSS. We reprint the fallowing address of Mr. Macalister to the Electors of Ipswich, as it may offer some guide to the electors of this district in recording their suffrages for the various candidates who may present themselves, and we have no hesitation in endorsing the policy which Mr. Macalis ter intends to follow, when returned : " Gentlemen,-The Legislative Assembly having heen (<i>w>lve<l and a new election ordered, I li»ve the honour of announcing OIVFCU a candidate for your suffrages. "The present is an important period in the history of the colony. We are uuw engaged in a hand-to-hand fight with those who still desire to retain to themselves the exclusive possession of the fairest portion of what Pro vidence designed for the occupation and sup port of millions of our race, and the attempt will probably be made at the approaching elections. to relnrn to the Legislative As sembly representatives prepared to deal with the Public...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

DRSSOI.NTION OF PAULTAMENT. Wo can only find ppace to publish tho following recapitulation of an Rxpcutive memorandn in connection with tbo dissolution of Parliament, gazetted on Wednesday last, which embodies in a condensed form tbe reasons for Ministers advising his Excellency to dissolve Parliament. The chief argument for the present dissolution seems to be that the new Electoral lloll vrill be com. pleted on the 15th of the present month, and the late Ministry nre desirouB of having a proper representation of the people previous to the introduction of those measures which are on the pro gramme for the nessioi of 1S67. We coincide in (he general principle, although the proper occasion fur a dissolution had not arrived: " Ministers respectfully tender to His Excellency their advice that the present Parliament be prorogued with a view to the immediate dissolution of tbe Assem bly, and a general election, for the follow ing principal reasons: " I. The present Parliament was elected ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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(To the Editor of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

(To the hditor of the Warwick ArguiA Sin,-Heading over the list of polling places appointed under the recent pro clamation, I notice the following auomuly. Western Downs.-Pol ling places: Drjiy ton, Toowoombi, Callandoon, Western Creek, Weranga, Retreat," Brown's Inu." Eastern Downs.-Polling places: War wick, r>eyburn, Allora, Glenelg, " Ingle wood." It may not bo generally known-never theless it is a fact-that " Brown's Iun " and " Inglewood" are one and the same place, and this I assort upon personal knowledge. having lived in thnt locality for two ycnra past. An the mutter is likely to cause a hitch during the forth coming elections, I avail myself of your columns to call public attention to the fact, so that the error may be remedied before the votes teuderei are called in question. Without saying more, it only reveals the b1 venliness with which the Electoral Rolls of the colony have been prepared. I tun, Sir, yours, Sc., AN 13ASTERN DOWNS ELECTOR.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MIALS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

ARRIVAI. ANH DKPAUYUKF. OF THK BIAILS. ARRIVALS. #!r* m Maryland, every Tit end ay, at 1 p.m., and every Saturday at G p.m. M Brisbane and fpttcich. via Drayton, by Cobb's eoachcs> every Taesdny, Thurs day, and Saturday, at ft p.m. n Leyburn, via 7'r'y n iJiggings.every Wed? fiMflfay, a/ nocm. PRIARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.m., and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, a'.rf Friday, Ay CoWV coaches* at 9 a.m. « iFaripicft l« /.fy&urn, Thursday, at 4 a.m N.B.- Letters must tb fosted at the Country Offices half an hour previous tj the time fixed (or the despatch, of mailt, but late letters will be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter, Newspapers are required to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mails. The English mail closes on or about the 17th of every month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS ASD tEnterfield CHRONICLE 1- mUUmA every Tuesday .n® *5 sKESgTaod w to .11 part. of the Au.W01»ntolonle». < TJSBMS OF"bOTSOBIPTION. PWPV»entwi"' ?aIm AA iltflltlODi _ _ . __ ? Aiul in* flffiOB (tlHi* wunw expiration TBBM8 F0E ADVEETI8ING. TnliiM | 0 Foot Unes 0 SUlines 4 0 Ewy^iJiltlonri «». x " ^Uyrf'^srttai^to " ,gTllb!Sa dlseount allowed on advertisements I. trrn/Uhr more thin si* consecutive insertions. «r d^>, 8s. each inser "fa the aV""» of written ln«tro(«oM to the J^SKrtbaments w«l be inserted «ntll alteration of advertisspisnte. mnst be aent In by soon cnBaturd.ys and WrfwjjJg* Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. thst he I* prepared to execute evsry description of gfata mil ©rnawmtel POINTING Villi Mitail&l despatch, tt noletih prices VIZ CJLBDS, ^fALOBUEB. CIRCULARS, IDBILLS, LABELS, BB0E1PT ft DELIVEBY BOOKS CHEQUE BOOKS, 2B8$3b Of «U titet, plain mi ruled, to. &0.1 to. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on Fixed Deposit* a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. JUNE 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

THE TBNTERF1ELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. JUNE 4.1667. OUB. contemporary tho Courier, after complimenting tie on our .liberalism, proceeds to say that we are somewhat severe upon Mr. DOUGLAS, and intimates that a little reflection on our part would result in a modification of our judgment We recognise the graceful compliment, but at the same time cannot be hoodwinked. We have considerable faith in the late COLOBIAL TREABUHEB as an honest man, but not as a faithful Minister, and there fore we cannot, as we said before, endorse his late procedure in the Assembly BB . Minister of the Crown Upon the very first blush of the state of affair; we stated, what we are prepared to reiterate, that Mr. DOUGLAS had proved himself incom petent to deal with the exigencies in which be found himself invoked on taking office; and this is patent to every one. Under different influences Mr. DOUG LAS might have creeped out of' the Treasurership under more favourable circumstances; but it may be that he has not...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AM) ADVER TISERS. We beg to state that our Accounti for the \ quarter ending 81*t March last are now in course of delivery, end tee hope they trill be entiled without the leant delay. Those m arrears will kindly ollige tis by a prompt settlement, as our-reguirements mutt be obvious to them. O" This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, we trust our friends will acfoiouiedge the fact by send ing remittances.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 4 June 1867

gnfrCCigcncft MR OoopfiB. -We porceivo by adveiti-ement In another column that Mi*. F. A. Cooper, who, as our readers are already awaru, is a candi date for tho Warwick electorate, will address the electors this evening In (be Court House. We In ve tin bcel- fttion tn saying that a very full inn-ting expected to bene the political riatvs eutei ttiineri by our iearrad friend, as bis professional brethren would aay. As hie address lends ue to believe be carries the Maciillsteriau ticket, we may hope to bear a fair exponency of those views which will guide the members of the lata Government, who are certain to be returned, it* their further career of usefulness to the colony. MR. (? herv AT' Alloua.-It will be observed by arivni tisemcut that Mr. Green, a candidate for the representation of the Eastern Dow; B, in opposition to Mr. Douglas, will address the electors ut Allora to morrow evening. We boar that Mr. Green is likely to be well sup* ported in that locality, but we must await t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO THE ELECTORS OF EASTERN DOWNS AND OF WARWICK. (Per favour of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 June 1867

T0V&E$Utt$$i3 HF WAKWtCK. ! DOWNS {Rr favour tf the VTarvici A rout.) Gebtlims,-'Wltboutdonbt (he ilUmptrlni question attlie prelentorisit IktbtlWidquMtlOn,. for upon it depends the immediate, u Well utbi future prosperity of the oolony, A mistake in tUe eleotion of representatives for the next Parliament trill probably retard indefinitely tbe ? progress we ail ao earnestly desire. A liberal .Dd comprehensive Land Bill embracing free seieotionbefote as well «a aRer ntlnrey. should - be a tina qua Hon, tber* litest l*_«io trinxniog. On the subject your oandidateiinoit boldly ana 1 without equivocation, enumerate their intention t>{ voting for tbls important principle. "A encaking regard for free selection,*' whioh one of tbe organs of public opinion in tblf town confuted to, will not suffice. Mr. Macaliski; in bia addreaa to Jtbe electors of Ipswich, trdly aara that "tb»Mlnlttry it Dow engaged in a band-to band fight With tboie who'Stifl dtttlre to retain to theibselvasthe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 June 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not be reeponeible for any opi nion* tzpreteed by Correepondentl. and mil alwaye reject personal communica tion! unlet* on tubjecti of public importance, and gMtranUei bg the eignature of the author. (To tic Airier of the Warwick Argvt.% Sib,-Will yon allow me the privilege of replying to " An extract from a letter," which appeared in the Guardian of tbe 8rd inst., profeBiinc to give an account of the goings on at Mr. Douglas's meeting, Ac., andwritten by a friend to some person in Brisbane. The extract itself, so far as it relate* to the speech of Mr. - Douglas, and to tbe reception it met with, I have no hesitation in pronouncing'a string of unmitigated falsehoods. The . portion of it' which relates to mv own conduct at thai; meeting is easily disposed of. Ai Mayor of this town, I bad the honour of beinfr voted to the chair on that occasion, and Tt cannot understand' bow even a detective could detect anything wrong in my poor attempt to per...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 June 1867

GREAT ATTRACTION!!! IMPORTANT REDUCTION IN FLOUR. DAVIS, HARRIS and CO. 9 HAVE much pleasure in announcing to the inhabitants of Warwick and the sur roan ding Districts, that they are now in receipt of their WINTER GOODS, embracing AM. thb ? ef % imii The whole having been purchased for CA8B in the SYDNEY & MELBOURNE MARKETS, They are prepared to offer them at such exceedingly mmiw mnwm That must defy competition, and intending buyers are particularly invited to call and inspect their extensive ana #f <8mtfll f§miattdise, fiuoi to ro&CE&smfi elsswibi&e. DAVIS, HARRIS & CO. u to call the special attention of the Ladies of the District to this announcement, id in offering them the undermentioned GOODS beg to atate that the whole of their WO 0*3 T! K ©T@©CC Baa been aelMted by ?beir Mr. Davis in the beat markets, with due regard to NOVELTY AND FASHION. Winceys, assorted colsurs and textures Wool and gala plaids Oobunzs, all cobra Frend...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 7 June 1867

£200 REWARD. TOTE, tbe Onlerslgped, hereby offe*tb» abore sf ?. - Beward to «n)r ftMon snpptylBB £ucb information u shall lew to the conviction of fctky petton to persons Stealing u>3 Killing Oittle, Sbeep, or Hornitt, belonging to cur res peotire Stations. ^ fJOHN DEUOHAR ? TB0MA.S COT'lTS , ^ LEONARD E. LttSTKb (Signed).,i V.J. O. WILDA8H ? |OfiBKN*CO. ' ? - I CliAttLES CLA.BK 8Ve' V.A. WlBNUOLT. ' £1 BlSWABD. " LOST fawn leobrfeU, one BAT MARK. ' bniideA Ow orsr tt«ff*bonMfer,oiieliltid foot wblte. The tbim reward will be wM on delivery of -U» said MirnloMr. y/. HARPY, PosUnaatet, Martian); or .. .attCBObA&JMJUC.'J V 83 5 Maryland. ?*. DAVID, pLAllKJE, ~ Wholeulei and Setitl Din^gist, Grocer, and Seedsman, . Opposite the Bilk of NJ3.W. ' " 401 Drugs and Seeds »t, Brisbane prices. Cotton Seed I Ootton Seed 11 LABPE, supply of the ^CHOfCSsT _ 6EL,EOTKDCOTTON 6EtD. suited STfte Downs, at DAVID CLARKE'S New Drag, Grocery aa3 Saw "WwoAiooie, Fitzroy atraet, Warwick. .. E&am...

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