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ADELAIDE. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

ADELAIDE. A lie ust 14. ! The 11th Begiraent is under orders to sail for Tasmania. . The Legislativei Assembly hat passed measures for the relief of thp Northern squatters. A REMA.BKA.BLE Wax* (says the Umpire of the 6th instant) appears to have been picked op in the Harbonr of Port Jaokson. The bottle contained the following singular paper:-"Rakaiji, off the Heads, 6.16p.ip. Australia 1 fare thee mil, for a time. F«re well to tliy lead-like looking forest, am* to thy deceptive and incomprehensible ver dure ! Land of the drought-of the flood -of 8<]uattomoy-of struggling free selectors, before and «f(vr survey I Land of nut in wheat, rust in intellect,'ruet'in liberal enlightenment-fare tliee well for awhile! May lleaveti Mess thee ; and thy struggling suns and daughters. I see from the vessel's poip, the gradual dispersion of l>! <ck chiuis of ijiiorancc, of arroganoe, of imbecility ou the one aide, and of toady ism on tbo other. Ob, toadyism! I see there d...

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. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

ARRIVAL ANI> nKPAllTIJKB OF THKJIAtl.S. ASS from Maryland, everqmp^may, mt et«ry £&amp;lt;/ f« r(^p \ m Ar&amp;faiie imrf vril JPrayftm, iy Co6i*&amp;lt; coachef, y TV/ffay. TOuri* &amp;lt;">«/ 8 p.wi. n Sftyhurn, via fbtyt* J*igging**tvtry Wtd- i nctday, at noon. j nWARTURks. for ifaryltinrf, **ery ifonrfav. «if fl &amp;lt;f.mn a*&amp;lt;f j frrry 7%ttr«rfoy. «f 4 p.wi. /Jn'ifcarn flftrf fptwirh* uia i/r Won. «««ry Monday, Wfdnetrfav, + i r dag* hg j Cobb9* eoachtt, at 6.80 a.m, ' &amp;lt;. Warwick to Legbttrn, tvtry T rt %, at 4 I «.*. , . . . £r((eri Mit«( (t |«iM d fft* Cowntry f*ffite§ half an Aowr j>r*rioui ti the time fixed (or the detpafeh of f*ailt.&amp;lt;-bvt late letter* will be received to within a quarter of an hour. upon a fot of* tirpommg U*mp Ming mjfittd to oath IttUr. tfewtpaptr* are rffw'red to bt potted one hour before the time appointed for cloting tht mailt. The ftngtith mail elotee on or about tht 17th Pf tterp month.<...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

TBI WARWICK ARGUS TENTHS# MufenSCSSonl TENTBHWBIiD OHBONICLB «susi ft, «b«offio*»tl . .... captation of oMhw**** TEEMS TO* abV«botw*o. i i TwoISbw «#*.##?****'******. a o ¥WUm» .wv« g 0 B»KbN ^ E^'tfai'tionii'fiVe ilne* OT J 0 bj?'i£d &amp;£yri - V "a!w oidered forttor* tbwi InWtiOTJ Births,, jn«m*ge«. or death*. 8* «mbi"w 3s.ftssi^rt^ss*-® b* noonon>B*tard«y* aig 1 ' Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. Till Proprietor of ttie Wui»IW» AMOlb&amp;lt;W* to announce to th* raeUent* of the dUtrtot that he I* prepared to execute every description of § lain anfl PRINTING With tnlwH oi faptoh,*! swdeiate priee* ",VIE * CJLRDSi CATAlVQUSBx OZKCCLASS, HANDBILLS, I ABELS?. BECEIPT £ DEUVEBT BOOKS CHEQUK BOOKB, juaass jbsaim ?f *11 titet, plain and rtM, &amp;C. &amp;C.. *«. |hmk of Mew South. WllWi WAEWSCI. rr\BlS SBAllOHb open for the tranmaction J. of the u«u«l Banking Ba»li»»».* Drift* iuusd on its Branche» and Agencies throughout the Australian Colonte*, and Great Britain, tfci to....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Warwick Arugs, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, AUGUST [?], 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

TENTURFIBLB CHE0N1C1E. TUESDAY, AUGUST BP, 1867. Wi ere son^ &amp;lt;o observe tbat the colony bss bepr! p}unged into another Ministerial crisis, lie VesuU of' WbiobV' frt*M'tbe formation oftbe oew Minifltry ia con cerned, ia well knownto almost every one wbo take* any interest in tta,priifcical affair* of the colony. The ulterior remit, however, it now a matter on which much .peculation tiiili, and for the next month nothing will be dooe but to await the return of the new Ministry by their several constiturm-iea. The resignation of Mr. MacALiaTKRand bie colleagues was cot anticipated by the general public, a* it was eipected that the late Ministry possessed sufficient strength to carry them through the Sessitm. Constituted aa the House is at prevent, e mojoi il J of two on . vital question may well be considered A victory, and we contend that no other Ministiy tt at can be formed .from tbe present Assembly* HI be able to boast of . larger working majority 'in the House. If, tne...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 20 August 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to ttate that our Account* for the j quarter ending 80M June latt are tune t» eeune of delivery, mnd tee hope they mil be eettled without the leatt delay. Thoee in arrears will kindly oblige tie by a prompt eettlement, ae our requirement'* mu*t be obpioutio t/unn. Thi* being the proper time for payment of mlicriptioni in advance, tee trutt our fiiendt will aebmUMgt the fact by tend ing remittancet,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! GREAT REDUCTION AT OF THE UNDERSIGNED. Adelaide Flour (HARTS BRAND) GUARANTEED £2 4s. per Rag OF .200 LBS. WARWICK FLOUR (Best Silk-dressed), Guaranteed, £2 PER BAG OF 200 LBS. Warwick Flour GUARANTEED, £1 15s. per RAG OF 200 LBS. DAVIS, HARRIS, &amp; CO. General Post Office, Brisbane, 23rd May, 1867. . ENDED RATES OP POSTAGE TO BE CHARGED ON OORRESPON. DENCE FOK DESPATCH TO, OR RECEIVED FROM PANAMA, ETC., KY THE PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL STEAMERS, VIA SYDJfEY. ttlHE Honorable the Postmaster-General of Bydney. baring eignlfiea to thia offioe, that in fatnre 1 a chares ot twenty (billings &amp;lt;20s.) par H>. »>» charged by the New Booth W&amp;lea Oorenmient. on the groan weight of elf the Queensland Matla forwarded to, or received from Panama, to., by tho Ptnama. New Zealand, end Australian Mail Steameis ; the Publio is hereby informed, tliat from and after this date, the amended Postage Rates shown in the subjoined Table, will ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

ft is«£Cflnc0u&amp;. EXTBAORDINAKY TBIAL OF SKILL BT PiOK.POOK.BTS.-Tbe Paris correspondent of the Morning Aiverliter pub|i«!ies the fol lowing account of tbe doings of French and English pickpockets at the Paris Exhibi tion. He says:-" The most successful demonstration of British industry that baa yet been developed by the Exhibition has been displayed by Enlist) pick pockets. In tbe art of' faking a oly* they are unrivalled, aud to this valuable acquire ment they have now added that of eluding tbe vigilance of the tergent dt-ville, and of the private policemen who lurk in plain clothes in places where they ere least expected. Since competition Is so much in fashion in everything now-a-daye, a trial of strength and skill has of late oome off between the French and English tbieves. The former were etung with maddened jealousy at hearing the complaints of lost watches and purses, and challenged their rivals to a couteut, -wliiuh came off a few daya since. Seven English and eeven ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

NEWS BY THE MAIL. WELCOMING THE BELGIANS.-On Jane 21, the Prince of Wales, as president of tbe Belgian Reoeption Committee, took the chair at . meeting at Wilkie'e-roome, on the subject of tbe approaching visit of tbe " brave Beiges." Towards tbe amount required for the entertainment of the foreigners and tbe prises to be offered for their competition at tbe Wimbledon butts £5500 bad been promised, of which £3800 bad been receivd. If the visitors eon cientiously go throngh the programme preparing for them tliey will have a hard week's work. Bis Boyal Highness laid before the committee tbe photograph of a magnificent oup to be presented to the volunteers of England at Antwerp. Tbe hospitalities will commence in a way which cannot fail to give them a favourable impression of our intentions; and it will be gratifying to tbe English nation to find that the Government has taken upon itself the initiative of tbs aotual reception in a manner worthy of a great maritime Power. The first serv...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

In the Supreme Court, Queensland WIN6TONE ?. SHOBtALL. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE TILL WED NE8DAY. 28tb instant. ON WEDNESDAY NBXT.the 28th inet., the Bheriff or Quceneland will Cause the above defepdsnt's right, title, and interest in Md to all that piece or pit reel «f Land now occupied by Mr. George Monroe, known aa the "Allora Coal Mine." aituated in the connty of Merivale, to be aold at the Princess ot Wales Hotel, Allorn. Sale to commence at IS o'clock noon, unless this execution is previously tat!«M JU8KP11 WATT, Sheriff'. Bailiff. Warwick, August 17th, 1»67. 628 CLEARING SALE OF THE SEASON PREVIOUS TO DAVIS, HARRIS, &amp; CO. T) EG to inform the inhabitants of Warwick and the surrounding ^ district, that they will OFFER from THIS DAY, AND MIBWG THE ENSUING Fourteen DAYS, THE WHOLE OF THEIR Sfarfi sal Ifimstifil if . GENERAL AT GREATLY - ? . i Reduced Prices* IN OBDEB TO FACILITATE £ Mfuty ?Ummt $f mt Mw1t, ^lo=@wAiki©i TEN PER CENT., OB TWO SHILLINGS IN THE POUND, WILL BE MADE...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane daily papers.) IPSWICH. August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abridgedfrom tkt Britbane daily paper i.) IPSWICH. August 20. . O'Sullivan's store, occupied by a cotton ?team ginning establishment, was titally burned down at noon to-day. The origin of the fire is uukuowu. The greater part of the cotton in the store was saved. During the firo a man on horseback ran over Mrs. Martin Byrne, who, however, was not seriously injured. ROCKHAMPTON. August 17. The reported discovery of a 301b nugget at Raglan has not been confirmed. ' A nugget weighing 77 ozs 15 dwts was brought in from Rosewood this nioruing, and purchnsed by the Bank of New South Wnles. Tout correspondent has handled it and seen it weighed. It is said that a 15oz nugget and several smaller ones were also found at Rosewood yesterday. There are at present about 1200 per sons on the ground, but only one-third of that .number have settled down to actual work i tbe rest go about fossicking a ad nugget-hunting. The majority of tbo men have no capital, and little experience...

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RAILWAY TO BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

RAILWAY TO BBISBANE. Mr. Pugh has requested us (Ckmrier) to publish the following resolutions, which he intends to table for the consideration of tlio Assembly: 1. That, as the lUilwny Contracts at present being carried out in this colony will absorb all the muuey which bag been, or may be, raised under the Loan Act already passed, and an it would be unwise for Parliament to grant auy new loan for railway purposes at present,-it is the opinion of this Iloiue tbat the Gorern ment should be empowered to afford rea sonable encouragement to private enter prise for the construction of any new lines of railway, should the opportunity for affording such encouragement arise 2. That in tha event of a company be ing formed for the construction of n line of railway between Ipswich and the Government be empowered to guarantee interest at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum upon the paid up capital, provided tbat such paid up capital do not exceed the sum of £2^0,000; and also to make the fallowin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONDON WOOLSALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

LONDON WOOT, S AXES. The fullnwin * a-e tliu c.itali>!riies or tlie latest antes of Darling Downs wools: Sale by Edenborou&amp;lt;?li and Oo. od SUv 24: Etc General Leo: Pikedale, 10 «t2S*. 13 at 2IJd. 12 at 2id, 18 at 20Jd; POf!. « »« 21d, 1' at 20&amp;d, 4 at 19d, 1 pieoe at 17d, 3 ditto at 15|d. Sale by Jacomb. Son, and Oo. on May 25 Ex General Lee: PftL&amp;MCoin diamond over Ellangowan, 27 at 21 Jd, 3 pieces at lfijd. Ex Agnes Banfield : MHM conjoined, 48 at 22|d. 13 at22d, 37 at 2tjd, 1 at lsfd. 4 at 14td. Ex Young Australia: M'Lean, 11 at 234d, 38 at22id. Ex Queen of tlie Colonies: F, Lord in triangle, 12 handwashed at '!0d, 12 at 19td, 10 at lfild. Sale by T. Southey and Son, on June I: Ex Liberator, ORE over Darling Downs, 14 at 26Jd, 27 at 25(d, 13 at 24d, 8 at 22Jd, 10 pieces at 18d, 8 greaBe at 10id. Sale by Uuxton and Hunter, on June 4: Ex I'arramatta: AB over Chinchilla, 5 at 20|d, SI at 19Id, 28 at I9d. Ex Jason and La Uogue: K&amp;W in diamond over...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

ROOKHAMPTON. The gold-fieldi arc inoreaiing in number and population daily. Tlie favourite appears to be the Rosewood, about fifty miles to (he oortb-west of here, (be gold from which ia nuggetty and of a good quality, bringing a better price in tbe market tban the Crocodile. A late rath to tbe Dee Ranges, near the Damon, baa turued out a "sliioer," tbe miners having returned and reported unfa vourably of the ground. No matter liow well (»me men are doioi, immediately they bear of a new ruBli ou they go only to retnru to tbeir old claims, and away agtin to tbe next mill, no matter wiiat distance. Tlie Kidgelanda ere etill turning out well; also the Raglan. Tlie Moriniah men are many of tbem occu pied in tbeir quarti claims, and preparing for tbe machine, which is shortly expected. At the Crocodile tbe diggers are nearly all Chinese, the water having driven moat of the Europeans away. Id our issue of the 14th instant we ([Courier) reported that a girl named Elizabeth Baxter, living i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. PRITCHARD'S DEFENCE OF HIMSELF. (To the Editor of the Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

MB. PRITCHAltD'S DEFENCE OF UIMSKLF. {Totht Editor of the Brisbane Courier.) 8ia,-In (lie Guardian of to-day there Appears a letter fiigncd " A, li. I'litctiani," in which the AHloniuj BVIIIVUUVB vvvui i-. Xi IB will) BOIDQ regret I find myself compelled to nottae a state. uieti1' .which has been industriously circulated by tho u who profess to be snrpriaed and offended utmjr recent vote; tltot Htaiement is to the e(T*ci llmi. previous to my cnuJiddtuia J {?orsoiftlly waited on Mr. Mncalister and, asking lim for the Government support, promised mine in return. I have most emphatically to deny ever having waited en Mr. MacaliKter with reference to the election ; 1 never asked him for his support, and never exchanged a promise with him on the subject." When I first read these statements, I could scarcely believe my own eyes. A fueling of indignation, Intermingled with contempt, filled my wind, that a man could be found, in tho position of a representative of the people, to USA languag...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

TO 8UBS0RIBEHS AND ADVER TISERS. IVe beq to state that our Accounts for the quarter ending 30/A June last are now in course of delivery, and we hope thty mill be settled without the least delay. Those in arreart will Irindly oblige vt by a prompt settlement, at our requirement* mutt be obvious to them. JJ1 it being the proper time for payment ef subscription* in advance, tee trust our friendt tcill actenowledge the fact by tend ing remittances.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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DARLING DOWNS WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

DARLINU DOWNS WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Briibatie Courier.) 6ib,-When Mr. George Clark stated in his place in the A*aetnb1y that the Warwick dis trict won)fl not grow wheat to quantities sofll dent to pay, it is to be regretted lie did not state the troe catre for his bavin.? the opportu nity of making buc'J an exertion. If report speaks correctly, he owes his seat in tbe House to the same cause that leads him now to assert M'arwick will not grow wheat. In the town of Warwick there ia a firm kuowu as C. Clark and Co.. of whose existence Air. G. Clark Is perhaps Ignorant. Tliia firm exercises a most unwhole* soma monopoly over all the farmers. What with bills of sale, liens on crops, and mortgages, ! tbe fanners oust take their wheat to one estnh- i lisbment to be ground, or elau leave it to decay 1 iu their barna. There is a story curreut of one of tbe mills within on* hundred miles of War wick having converted the wheal of the War* wick farmera into such a poor imitation of floo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

Iml ®nUCCi3ftt«, METBOPOUTAN DISTBIOT COCBT.-This oonrt will ait In Warwick in it* criminal jurisdiction on Monday next, when the following oaaoi will be tried by Jury before bia Honor Judge Sheppard: John M'Bae, horse-stealing at Leybnrn laaao Roberta, horse etealing at Warwick Andrew Biokert, sen,, Andrew Uickert, ion,, and Miohael Bickert, sheep stealing at Allura The following are the civil causes on the liat, to bj lioard on Tuesday Newton v. Clark and Oo, rent ... £11 19 0 Grainger r F. J. 0. Wildash, damages 86 0 0 Henry r. lieattle, damages .. ..(0 0 0 Vols r. Ooartonay, summons not yet returns1 8preadborougli T. Uillam, promi* aory note 80 0 0 Cowtou v. Mailslieu, wagee.. .. 13 2 0 Irwin v. Same, wagea .. .. 12 18 1 Evendee v. Bradford, promissory not* 132 10 0 Olark and Oo. T. Marwudel, good* sold 164 1 6 ! Same v. J, Cleary .. .. t. 60 7 8 Davis and Harris v. Oarr, gooda sold 47 18 10 Beattle v. Henry, interest on money 67 8 8 Craig v. M'Geary, work done .. 12 17 8 Same v...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

WARWICK POLICE COUBT. TCBSDAY, AUGUST 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Patrick Fleming was 'summoned at the instance of Police-constable Broderick for riding bis horse on the footpath in Albion street on the 15th inst. Mr. Oxenham appeared for the defendant. The con stable having stated he saw the defendant riding his horse across the footpath in front of Mr. Brown's store, his Worship said that although he would support the police in putting down nuisances, he would not encourage trivial charges, and dis missed the case. Patrick Macnaraara was Kumm ined by Police-constableStretton fur allowing four Eigs lo wander about on the public streets, defendant stated that the pigs broke out of the sty, but the constable having stated that he had seen the pigs in the street on several occasions, defendant was fined 5s. and 3s. 6d. oosts. In tlifl case of J. Gilfoyle v. Burgess there was no appearance of either of the parties. [Dr. Margetta here took his seat on the Bench.] 6B.EEP STEALING...

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 — 23 August 1867

ARRIVAL AN I i nKi'MITl'Kf: OF THE MAT IA ARRrVAI.S. Maryland, every Tne*Jav. fit 1 p.»., tfnrf eoery foterifay of ? p.m. «. Srii6««' and tpwieh, via Dr*yton% by Cobb'* Tuesday. .Tkurt* day, and Saturday,at S p.m. m Leyhum.via T'hjr * 4^yrny«,«ti&amp;lt;r.v llltrf net day, at noon, IWIARTURE&amp; Far Maryland, every Monday* at 8 a.m^ and every Thursday, at 4 p.'u, Britbane and fpttvich, via D* -v'on, f»*ry JMonday, Wednttdny, «i /r rfjry. Ay eoachee, at 6.80 a.m. m Warwick to Leybnrn, every f rt Uff, at 4 tf.m fatten mutt bt fosted at the Country Office* half an hour prttioue to the time fixed for the despatch of mailt, but late letter* will be received to eoithtn a quarter cf an hour* upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to tath tetter, Neietpaptri are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed for doting the mailt* The Bnfflith mail elctet on or about the 17th cf every month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 23 August 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS an> TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE IS published arery Taesday and Jlrlday mornings, ud forwarded to all pub of the A uitraliaa colonies. TEBM8 OF fltTBSCBrPTION. Quarterly (In advanoe) Si Ditto (cradit) 10B. Order* unaccompanied by prepayment will re Oelra no attention. QgutM terminate Mat March, 80th Isu. 30th September, and Slat December. Bttbaonbera wishing to withdraw tbelr gum fiom the lilt will be required to forward their Maignatlon (together with all anean) direct to the office atleaet fourteen dear day* before the expiration of each quarter. TEBMS FOB ADVBB'i'IBINO. Tiro line* 1 « Four linei t 0 Sic 0 Eightlinei... 4 0 Erery additional Ire linei, or flnifer I 0 Large aod dlaplayed adrerttamenta aa per A liberal diaeonnt allowed on advertisements .leered for more tb an six consecutive insertions. Births, marriages, «r death*, 8a. each Inser tfolle ID die absence of written Instructions to the .outeary, advertisements will be facetted until Countermanded. Advertis...

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