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20 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

J0 8&BSCRIBEII& AND ADVEE * XTqgBS. "We beg to tUOie tint our Accounts for the. tpisrterending IIUI December latt are now ' in eourte of diUvery, and tct'kope they mill bt »ettled vrithout the Uoet delay. tWhtu ik arreart teiU kinSlyokliye u by a prompt rellUment, at our requirement* mut toobvjpii*tf them. } £??' the propertifiejbr- payment ' $ tvirtriptUmt in advinei, .u? irutl our fnmde will acknowledge the fast bg tend ?;%'ypttfttm**- / '

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

WEEKLY CALENDAR. SWfc ;7 ? # -? -f JO v U *»1W ts |Bnn rim.lSun sett, Wti.t ThiirJ, Friiiyl S 8*». J fi BE>f: iy>. I &? : 6 .,*3 «. 6 . *7 44 4 6 . 46 « ),«;. *6 IS j « i « 46tlWj.« 47 I 6^ 42

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before J. C. White, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

Wednesday, February 7 (Before J C White, Esq, PM) Richard Mark Barnes appeared on sum- mons charged with refusing to deliver up possession of a house, the property of H J Lavers. Mr Barnes agreed to vacate   the premises on Tuesday the 15th instant. Vauh: OF Ljjsb nr Toowookba.-The particulars of the sale by unction of Mr. G. M. Beid's property in Russell-street will be found elsejebere. It is some evi dence of the greet cad iacresticg Y*Ia6 of land in Tooroamba thtcuaw lots spld at the rate of jS&IM^^Mre, and several of thote at a very comfortabl^^^^^^^^Bd town pr&perlies bring price every time they to Ibf great U'wn.-D.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 10 February 1866

1 6HtVA.NT Q1BU Aoat M Jim of age Ml 0.,!EiSWM8; y/. . 86 l:t" WAKTKfi, J A MTUATIOIS a» HOUSEMAID rad. to utiatiD the tdtlndry.-Add real SL W, cSeoafthU pepat. 4S falfai Saces. THS llBBTlNO AfetbeJElertlon of BTEW A$OB tor the ApBini T«lg«! Bacea will Hotel,Teylot'aBeef, on UTDBBAT'Ih 1HKH February, at 11 '«loek)»ok. Q. W. BIHol, K*., halindly lfc»Uke tliaobaiiv - o the Public generally. led if t*«ptnd to execute my in connection «ttt the SURVEY 1BION of LAND on reuo liable GEO. L. FRATTEN. f'loaai'Mngt, GBiSTiirff. ri^& iaDtendjpwd m 1 WUUtfWwpl I*h ftKW " ' " . a *o OBIND who will bring not. ttlUa, ffofttUdewi^OM^^ Bp&DX&r yBBiiiBmtna hkw. KONQBBVl * ««Mtl Mtortment «i J)>im«r£hMdt K'Dartuett, on the ) ^witl be i«.* TB01U* SOWN BOS.:' tr. "IBM, . ar i&saa35&,8!&""« mm tba L»B<llord B ?n^y ASS POSITION. &l " ^tUfVojpjetf*, <e ' llttftiDAT, lUnbMv!', £S JWi ../Wei »Mttth» .pedal etteo is ST33 ». pwot a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

mm* rsTfHK; /»tber' R , Mtlfll-Iiita'Brook, - mi' or before WKJ>NiaO»aoiEX'r. tfae £l.t ImL . tr f/ae.iV3 r»^' iiM. ^ rraE rfWiftW# 1 ASM tat>UM«i OD 6A.TGB0: (f , .'- ! '. iHdwtion of STEW ffig&gj? mi T*§ij? or,, -y^ WSS»iS»' *."%;?. *'tft .HfjiiJai:'" *f , . tjrfr fr A.OOW :-.r gMMBWotlttfUb, 1 'Mnk/L i : To Bat^^^^NrntmlOT. Bcit,uKBr jnrii9i9 ffiso IBON MONQKKY ( i ^AM-' Auurtment *). «?;? «t han4. - ~ r JOMOWOitD ft H1HTO«H . rl M,i,n;... Ml >n .IM,.., ..,, mt n"" To^tefctlitiriad 8tot<to«ttOTtf. AUKUOlT A BON, ei. iKltxi$t)tu srnxiir, SVDSEX. fTHE toty* M^iofortnrtr io U>« OalOnin nT 1,1 ~ " Iaa«l*Mea.'«ltUn4». ^-JJWW'nti'Ijtrtbtoi. »«ftWBr«OM. pireted 6rS*irn. flltt>>il UllUllHIuiH CtU%HI mm f*«» fifc* >m tMnlieatina. EvrUdt^D. A.t). 1«£ "' SB'i n..;' s i 1. .; if .: . ". GREATQLEARING 6ai*e or ? DRAPERY, ? ton a ? i. FOW IOHT OLTI JJ A V I N G finished . STOCK TAKING. tad in order, to moke room tut'ou . ?, WiSTKR STUCK . (to arrive in M...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

ABBIVAL ©F~THE ENGLISH .8K0H8 <M«U«TOCS Tbw*»bjr DimCitflo#. liui*»l Or» tM -bwrn pro: cUftllSl* ../. ? ar ^"?~ ,' itattftwiiawi mnutm* nbeu in JwfcWfiPbarebeen .bot or ^*3$ ] Tb^^gi^t «dtomen^.PD£land ounoertrftar^t^ffid > ttWbh of «n qoj&'lm bten JgifatW- m-AX i ^^uf^SOP^5^fSlS',w,ded' ,' The PanhWinffow Tor* mb qtmwl-1

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GRADE IN AMERICA AND ENGLAND. (From the Spectstor) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

GRADE Iff AMEBIC* AND "EMS- ' LAND. , ( From tkt SpttMtn) ? I TW idea of the relation between occu pation and' dignity appear* in the tfoited Slates to be dying oat, Madison could not hate turned ? iutaber-daaier, Uncoil* ocruld. A pawed cabinet ictnhflt^r will practise asan attorney, a commthibr-w chief aocept the management of a railway, . governor keep an bow.- OfcMral Lm I« not corisideredto be lowered by ttiMifrtt schoolmaster, General M'OleiW waafc command of < graftt arnyr, if atreflfe 1 mawwer, and may to*ectwlail<y.et-wiu-. Everybody seems to be *ble to dn avery thing within cprtaiu limits witfeoutloe* nf caate'and the limit* are growing wide. That is a remarkable story *oMby Sir Morton Peto of the priptrog-ottge in Chicago where he found forty-seven <x>m positore who had been in . the war. One of them had railed hiuaelf to be a major, another to be a captain, andtwo Mien to aubaltern grades, but all baA-raturned quietly when the war wit*...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

WW ZEALAND. Sew* aohim from Hokitik*, N.Z.,n port tbet met here been occeriooed by beaty flood*. The account! from the goid-fialdi m* retj unfwoiinble.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

Dunn, the will ^probably sot be tjrie^ prew^t^tpMionB. A WK with 860ton»ol teMttuffc' ; ltoe:jmbb^ & * luKwini OoulburQ fi W>vaaL#W: ' -feBtafagfcfeed bj the Yium tmul^bbbm. r,. 1.«> nSf.uuwift.FS

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESTONDENTS.] [GROVILLE AND BIRD'S TELEGRAM.] BRISEANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

. LATEST ; /V ;!' TELEGRAPHIC JS EWS. titfl? DW* ^OBEliifaWDEirtB.] , [OBITILLI13S SIRS'* TSLKQEAK.] : ftrliamffifejfttLjnMfrJon the 10th of Aprfl ior the despatch of fcwBnew. * Anrenquiry is going <^ji$Qut1ie alleged ill-treument of lit*. PrietibSbe lunatic °5l»^iSael»jaii Confcrtotti have made the folkttrtt^appointmenti':-Briab&oe Reti. PiddityjtfW and "far. Wood" borne; Toowoomba<-Bev. Mr. Olden; Ipiwidi-Warwick-Her, Mr. Uev, Mr>< Bmilef gov* to *WindaM'i aud J>/Vfitkin to the IWm^br.Ialuid*. ; .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

fottwmfal JBp*. JACOB HORW1TZ AND CO. BEQ to return tbuika to the pablfc for tba klndfrvaan abairn to them-nlnce they oonimenoed buaineae in Warwick, and baring this week reoeired large addition* to their Block, the; am DOIT prepared to letcr tbelr Ooodi'ata CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION IN PBICE. Bgft HilftWt Wftir OEOOUIE& Tea* is ehMta, half'do. and quarter do. tSogan-Qoealpore, Mauritina, ratiot^ &c., di£> ferant'abado*. Soar. Oorranta Waablaf rada Dried applei Baking I BottMifelt JPtekMfe BpioM Sua TOBAOOO. ?arretrt but AmerioanTwiit. 0»*an, ai»jrt»aBtjr. Aiotnoio Hooey mw« lloeracliauro Pipejt. &c" 4o. ? ' JMM*. toa.'lMMW'V; ? American aces am tomahawk* 1 Garpetitere'toob.iiailfc' ? Clock a, (aneygaMkto. 8ADDLGBT of owrjr description. 14AT^(B«( all Uutilwip on barnt a Grate* E&rthtnw&re |ut arrived BOOTBAHB BH0K8. QentliHsen'e Wellingtmaod BhxAat boot* Men's colouial boot* kllarimti.kimttaUj ttlMw'l ditto BMP. . - fff- -*T1| tyi. fort r : ' ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

ADELAIDE. .February«. | me tniniber ot tomnieiio intend urging upon (be Government the neces* j «>ty oT armngiiig postal affair* by a Oom. minion, instead or by Gorermuent officers, as at preaent : Wheat is quoted at one pmnv lower ; per bushel. Febmaly 1Q. Apablioan named Forester has been murdered at Oilbertowo bj a shoemaker named M'Donald. .. : Wheat is quoted at 7s. 10d. per bushel.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

MELBOOBNE , Febrawj 0. | Awe cootkmmg nw uilk but been receivod from Queensland; it i« the tot j contribution tovarde tbe Intercolonial 1 Exhibition from that colony The*barque Pryde, laden with coal, has j been totally wrecked off the Heads. The <w* were, fortunately, all «av«d. j February 10. 3%e Lonflcto Chartered Babk have ro* ?nmed tbeir advance to the Government. The Duke of 8k Albane arrived here I by tbe Earl £icg.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

(fattkmm* A correspondent bands as the following specimen* of epistolary oommuaiottioni ex tracted from the Indian papers" The Bangalore Herald. We have been much ?milled by some letters that have appeared in the Bombay paper* about native letter writing bat, after all, we think that Mysore has gained the prise. What we ni*e below is oertainly unique of its kind, and we have no hesitation in averring that our correspon dent has gained die palm for excellence. The allusions are so choice, the parallels an so apposite, oomplete, and rich, and the knowledge of military matters, whiob oar I correspondent (who is a law agent) shows, | is so extensive, that we may fairly hold him up as au example oT what education in India can aoheive. ' To the Editor of the ; Bangalore Herald. Sir,-I am surprised to give these few lines to yonr spreaded ] Journal for insertion sbont the equability of a junior officer with a senior general. It is not proper for a senior to allow a junior to be equally wit...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATER FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

LkTUB FROM AMERICA. New York, December 8tb.-Wall-«treet ia cxtremel/ dull. The only feature of importance i« tbe increased public confi dence, u indicated br the ri«e in OoTern. meat securities Mid decline of gold. Thii 1 ' itnprovement is attributed, in part, to the I satisfactory tone of the Pretident'a Me« age, and to the decided policy of the i Secretary of the Treasury relative to con- , i traction, and to the prospect* of reduction i in the (!E|ien8e of the War and N»?V de* I partmeut^ and in the aggregate of .N'a- , i ttimal debt : | f tie Southern papers speak of the eon-' | tiuuBtl spread of smell-pox among the | .ittgruea, particularly in North and South , Gnwtina. &ome of the sea islands an i sotTunug aerarely. Oiiicagr), AEiieeiher '8th.-A despatch j | frum lliooitHWtt my* wry little uokeco | will be raited next tear, planters thus far j being unable r<> make airtogemeua (br | labuttr. Terns ? wet** 46X6 hogstteaiis of | toiiiuco in warehouse . on t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE [?] ARRIVAL.S. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

ABBJTXL ubpahtore of ?"> THE M^L*. ARRIVAL'^. from Maryland. evarg H BH*h%n* tint /piKUA wcry Tuesday at puan< anu every 4 pML " Britinnu a*d fp*wien,'lik bray ton, every T* uradaj). ut 3 p.m. " I**ybum via Talgai Digginyt,every Wed* needety. at noon. " itiMrii. i>ray(ort, <ih<J Toowoomba, every Thnrt'Liy, ai 3 p.m DEPARTURES for Maryland, every Thursday* at 4 p.m. " Brisbane end fyewiek, every Wtdntiday, at «i a.m., and wry Saturday, at noon. " Briihnne and 'pitti k, via Drayton, every **?*>?? ? itvmeky,mi>&pm^ < .i Zrty6urtf,t>id Talgai Digging*, every Thure* day, at ? a.m. m Aitbr/i, Orwytan, end Tooicoomba, every Monday, ut 8 p.m. a( iUt fott+JJ&ujkatf an Jbour before «ep*rtwre,*nt when the departure takte place ut an tarty hour in the morning, th$ mail clct's nt 6 p.m. on the prtpiou e evening. The Kngitekmail eioeee on or about the 15IA tf entry month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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JOHN O'MAHONY, THE FENIAN HEAD CENTRE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

JOHN O'MAHONF, TUB FENIAN HEAD CENTRE IN AMERICA. (Aialb Canadian fnmum.) Oar reader* who hm heard eo moeU of " find Centre O'Mabony," mny eiib to Comething tboot a m*n thai play* eo prominent a pert among ont countrymen on thU'oooiineat triroare l**gnejll<>gfl t»er' ID F«m$i orgtnliUon.- imisgefn* Jonot of a couple of mootba, la»t WI,, in .%ew iTrA, wiiiMM ^tom intelligent gd (.liable eoone* enoagb concerning Mr. John 0"M*bonyto eetufy the moat Mil end enthaaiaatie admirer of the gallant " CoUd" ilut thart win "acrew lootf," that there waa "aometblag rotten. in the atate or Denmark/* that, in a word, the u Head Centre" baa few trait* of obaractjr and no oommendatoty anteeedeeu to It bim for or entitle bin to the poeition whifh 'lie boJdi. The following letter, written by a gentleman who ia wau aoqnaintod with the fact* which be etatee, and who itnon* out» patriot!* Iriihmao in the tin can** el the word, while it **rve* to confirm what - we have already known, will ala...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Warwick Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDEMOB. Tkt RtOor mill nnl'bt retponiiM?, for any typi- I nioni or timt riprmintl by OorrttfOndinU, «»d will 4hcayi fyect ptrtonal comtnu'lHea- I tivtt vnlut on lubj'tati of puttie imi&Htncc, and guarantied by the ilfnaturt of-4*t-m*lhor. { To tht Editor of the Warwick Argut. Srs,-Since the inauguration of Bteam crushing machinery on thia gold-fiel^ a considerable amount of rivalry has been exhibited by the two machines now bore. and your columns have contained sundry eulogistic puffs on one side or other some short time ago. I noticed a paragraph in which the "Victoria" machine was held up as a complete model, and a statement was made that the "tailings" from thia machine yielded S dwts. some grains only. The Messrs. Bidgeway crushed a quan tity of stems at the " Victoria" a short time ago, which was expected to yield about a pound weight to the ton. The result was about one-sixth of that amount Dissatisfied with this state of affisirs, they last week aent ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

SYDNEY. Febiwy 9. ! Itiree armeti men attacked the TOM mail near Muttabilly last night. At the weekly wool sales price* trere brisker sod slightly firmer. Cattle are quoted at £1 per bead lower. Tbe Tararna has arrived from New Zealand, with 22,400 ounce* of sold. Tbe following it tbe result of the Laun oeaton Oharapion Usee: Strop ... ... 1 1 Ben Bolt ... 2 Boae of Denmark 9 - At starting Oadland led off, Volunteer being last mtbSelf Belianoe. At eudof lint Jtalf mile Bote of Denmark took a .taongleiid, running well, Oadland second, toll owed, by Mahrjitta, end Cotheratone. Ateodot two miletCadUod ran off course, < and loit alt clianoe. Boss of Denmark paaeedtbeeta&dta fine position; Sax^v second, Ben Boh and Volunteer long way behind. Several changes took place be fore the half-mile poet was reached, where Strop went through midst of other bones like a minis ball, taking a clear lead of four lengths nt a quarter of a mile from borne, and winning with the greates...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry. NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 14 February 1866

N A tCBJB. Hark the mavis gently slogs PM0M«o jmiin lofty tree. Seethe lark op kufufud wings, ,«&«?# a eweet lullaby. ? 8m the swallow eklm the R round. Twittering on its hurried flight; Herk, the owlet* mournful aouud In the lonesome hours of uiglit. See the Ismhktns on the hilt Pruning round eo full of glee; Herk, the murmuring of the till Ai It jaurov* to the iu. H»rk,the roaring ef the deep. Emblem oftbe soil within Bometlmss In i plicld sleep. Then swelling with i tumultous din. See the Mesons it lbs jreit. Spring, the first-born, meek and mild, Quick green nrmeste doth prepare for swest Bummer, nature's child. Then eouee mellow entamn forth With her Mde of golden grain; Winter iriada from east to north Laying desolate the plain. The aeely brood la depth" of sea. And the songster* of the wood, Brea (he )lttl»hu« mi dj bee, . Verily prove Oeft works arn geod. at lire* In otfhliif, or air, Verdant fieldi and forest glads, . All God1* handiwork dealers.

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