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ADELAIDE March 22 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 28 March 1866

ADKLAJUB ' . March 22 The Northern Territory Uommiaaion ia : B|jiU aitting. , They have decided «o far j that Mr. B. T. Fiuuiaa, late Gdvrfoment Beaident there, waa decidedly iu the wrong. ? Wheat, 7a. f * . ' . . Msreh 24. The "Volunteer Staff Officer* have ac cepted an invitation to atteud the forth coming Volunteer Encampment iu Vic toria. . Tm OrxitWEtoarora o» ihb -Lordos. -The Wartern Xetot aays" The convic tion gaiqa ground among the maritime . population of Plymouth that the low or '.4be ill-fatedship LotldoqU mainly to be ' Attributed to her baying beenaverwaijgbjted ; A* Act by in the 'Sound it iru noticed by jscoresof seamen that ahe lay tow in;ibe' water,' like a collier,' and although' no oopy of her euunfestcan be procured in the port, it u genendly believed thatshe had on board many hundred ton* of 'iron, jrailway iron probably, which lar aa a dead < -Weight^ biiBgiDe her main <(»ck"alnie*t to ^htlefd -of the inter:' To - hA-ihwdy hea»y MHM .6P t...

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

THR TBKTEHF1ELD CHkONlCMJ. WEDNESDAY, MABtiU «S,' IBM. THE continuance of diy weather through out the district ispatter Afdeep concern unt, not only to fanners, squatters, and those povetsed of a few bead of cattle of any 4nciip&>n, lint to the inhabitant* generally) for although tb*- farmers and i atockvwnpr* are likely to be the greatest sufferera, a conseguent depression of trade and scarcity of money will trammel busi ness of every description. Pfobghing operations eappot J>e, uadertikep. jiq'der niilitig unfavourable eircumsUiioee, tod since it baa been proved tha^e*My#o«ring ia indispensable to the production afgoad wheat crop* in' th'iVdi»frici, ihtf pttMnf delay in agricultural' operations "most pmducf aome anxiety in the mind of the farmer. The drought will also cause great lueses amongst cattle, for, with winter drawing on apace, there will be a great scarcity of gi&ft/Mtcb evi^will be aggravated by a tike scarcity of other food iiir cattle, so th...

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

"ptntt* >ie1 '*.*M tauvwo *v; xHsV^'B'nrv. '^l^fl^iljaMi&ic b&uib,; .'^ .»«!:< ^twM«M><r«m,';lu lottto «kttl tbVy *r» highly beMlhjHil "UIMTKIM A.43UBITT. ttMntinei, bj. Mr. WIIjUSOK. " a BfcfjL ffiflll* H.U.-Tin luh «i» (am Contain -tbraa «Ibm m ttMjr rt"»« thf, W»U*m, ;W Wabviok, ..; ? MB. ,l£.vi!. WOOM30TT. s ___ ^if%Jtb*t*it»t! IttSVKMttCS. fnceijwntad W AWL of Council, VW.>,WI.UM. M*M>t m ejMtkt' MIm <cf pfnalaw^Aopteil fcy a* nriwWM In tbe nfcthltlm of -MfOil aitftlUM ofMtea. with .IhMCMwrjr ^SS^jtS^jnfEi tto'wtM^irlnillkf aM-HH atrMfear*.** Ml MlUWriwI f-ilwi aH«MMi»i i» erttj s^ss§Ehr->"' "*. - * Bjr *f4«r of tha board, -.., .... D¥lSH,»S«oiy«ary. . . <|TW- M'tW.jmum. «l Mr. eKOBKfr "WlLihOfc.M.tTland 8mm. " V .'.'i -il'.. ,u»* 13, ': ! ~ i w rak «anmm qitfiimiiti or »k £Mc* Acrota i* aki> ro* tak dutkict OF t&fMtSMMf J^TH* COI/OJU Of WBjU*. T DAVID HDTIflK. now ranMlu at tin Aj Bhoir ;,®nM...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FURTHER DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

rUBTHEB MTAIM. To tbe harrowing narrative of the loss of the Australian passenger steamer London, we have now the good fortune of being able to add a multitude of interesting detaili of tti« oiost melancholy event, taken from tbe lip* jot aeveralof the survivor* daring their puttge by train from Falmouth to Loadon yesterday. Very considerable astonish ment basbeen eipressed (hat no effort was made daring the two days that the abip was in imminent dt&ser ot going down to pre pare fafu and similar means to give in additional cbanoe for the eafety of tbe 280 eoab ob board. The testimony, however, of both the passengers and tbe reseued erewgoes to snow that Captain J. B. Mar tin-of whose skill, at manifested daring the storm, they. apeak in terms of the b(ghM<w>n)in<lndatton-did not order the oonitrnotion of rafts because tbe wind blew with suob severity, and the waves leaped over the steamer in snob quick euooetsion and tremendous force, that no men cou...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

IMPORTANT NOTICE. i ma. HAVE much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Warwick and the surrounding district* that they have just received a luge supply of NEW GOODS, adapted for the AUTUMN SEASON, and request that intending buyers will favour them with an early visit. 166 . ON SALE, AT THE STORES OF DAVIS, HARRIS, AND CO, Prints Caliooesof nil descriptions " Wiaseye, Wool plaids Wove flaid shawls Saxony ftinnrie BlackIfcce sbawls Plovers and wreathe Embroideries and laces, Bibbons ' Trimmings, all descriptions Ladies' Cashmere boots Gents* tevetsible beaver coats Bremen capes cloth and tweed suite Crimean thirts felt bate Wellington booto Cobnrgs Srasssiiks ?" Ginghams Parachutes Corsets . Walsh flan nels Hosteiy Wineey crinolines Silk jxuatota,. Kid glove* Josephines and Jew's Ladies'kid boots Girla'ditto Youtbs'Bucbj suits Bedford oora trousers Ditto panto , 8c»tchitwill*hirts White dressditto Biding books Cqlonul,ditto . 16? ON SALE, A T THESTOBBS OF THE UNDERSIGNED - Oollins...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

DAVIS, HARBIS, & CO., OINSKAL 8T0SXKKKPK&B WrNE AND BPlIirT MBXOBAlfTS, ALBION-BTBEET, (oppoelte the Opart-home). W1BVICK. 027 GOLD PURCHASED EN AST QUA5TITT. AGENTS. TH* following Gentlemen h>n bean appointed Agent* for tliii paper, and en authorised to receive tubmcrlptlom and adverti»emont«: Bydnsy - A. CPBITT. Brisbane . ORETILL* & Biso. Maryland ... V HARDY. TetttvrfieM ... Q.VTnxaos. Printed and published by PATBICK Bmana .ole proprietor, at the " Argus" Office. Albion otraet, Warwick, in the colony of Queensland and aim puMlnlied at Bogvettreet, Tester, field, in tiie colony of New S*nutl> Valet. - Saturday, March 31,1866.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WRECK OF THE EUGENIA OF DUBLIN. A TERRIBLE SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

WREOK OF THE EOQBNIA OF DUBLIN. A TBRRIBLI SCENE. The Oork Examiner of Friday gires the following particulars of the wreck «( this vessel, which took' plaoe early that mora Cogs We b*ve jut received partioalara of another wreck, attended by a Urge loss of Ufa, which oooarred at an early hoar to-day at Sall/willlam, * bduII bay between Bally ofoneeo' and Ballyoottoo. Aboat nine ooloctc this morning . three-masted ahlp, of large tonnage, waa observed off die shore making signals of distrea*. The gale blow ing daring the night had raised a tremen dous sea, and aa the ehip sesmed to be dis abled, her position off a rocky ah ore was one of imminent danger. It waa not pos eible for the people on ahore to render any amatanoe, bnt Mr. Crowley, an official of (he Oork Steamboat Company, who was staying in oharge of the wreok of the Ibis, at onoe forwarded telegrams to Oork and Qneenatown describing die position of the ahip and asking for aid. Mr. Pieron, the mate of the Ibia, who rendered di...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE LOSS OF THE LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

W . . ... fcv* , , THB LOSS OF THE LONDON. The following particular* relating to thin catastrophe are from the Weakm Morning Jfeu It wan at 10 o'clock on the morning of that fatal Thursday that Captain Martin bad the terrible task of making known to the 200 hundred passengers that the ship wm einktng, and that they moat prepare for the worst. She then m low in tn® filter : ai the main chains. The whole ot the passengeife and crew gathered, aft with one j consent, in the ohief saloon, and having | been calmly told by Captain Martin that there m no hope left, a remarkable and nnapimoo* spirit of resignation came over them St once. There was no aoteamingor shrieking bv women or men, or rushing on deck, or frantic cries. ? AH calmly resorted to the saloon, where the Be*. Mr. Draper, one of the passenger*, prayed aloud, and exhorted tbe unhappy creatures by whom he was surrounded. Dismay waft present i to every heart, bat disorder to none. Mothers were weeping sadly over their | little o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

Idrwcfi 'rgtte, TENTEEFIBLD CHEONICLE. SATUBDAY. MARCH 81, 18G6. Obe would naturally infer, from the num bel-'of public-bouses springing, up in the Warwick district, that either there must be a great increase to -the population, or ^lpt tbe want of rain caused ao great a scarcity of water that tbe human clay bad to be kept moistened by means of spiritu ous and fermented liquors., " That the population has not increased in any degree to cause a scarcity of public accommoda tion to? je?n Touch for, and in the town'of Warwick tBa publican*, aa well as others,5 complain of dulness of business, ao that they can scarcely pay current expenses, al though the prices are double those charged by the publicans of Toowoomba. The passepby can ace almost every hotel or inii empty aa regards guest accommoda tion) andthe pnly appearance of life are 'two or three loiterers at the bar who are anxiously looking , out. for some one to " shout'.'-a kind of decoy dock to entice^ the unwary holdpr of a che...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

I Tp THE WORSHIPFUL THK JUSTICES OF TBB PEACE ACTING IN AND FOB THE DISTRICT OF LETS CRN, n TEE OOLOKT OF QCKEtTB LABD. OATHEBINiJ MUBBAY, now residing al a Leybuni, do hereby give notioe that it U my intention to apply at tba next Li canning Ibetiii to be bolaen for the Dlitriet on tbe 17th day of April next eniuinir for a PUBLI CAN'S LICENSE for tbe Sale of Fermented and Spirituous Liquors, in tbe bouse and eppur tenenoes therennta belonging, situated in M'In tyre-atreet, in the town of Leybuni, and con taining three aitting rooms and six bedrooms, exclusive of those required for tbe use of tbe family. The house Is my own property, ana noir occupied by me, and which I intend to keep as an inn or publio-house under the sign of the BotiI Hotel. I am a widow and have three children, and have held a license for the last eleven yean. Given under my haud this !7th day of Mafh, one thousand eight hundred and aixty 200 "**' CATHERINE MUBBAY. D. D. Oazettt please copy three times, TO THE W...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridge from the Brisbane Daily papers) ROCKHAMPTON. March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abtid/ii from the Btitbam Daily paptri) l ROCKHAMPTON. March 20. .The Circuit Court opened this morning At.ll o'clock. JJfttnes O'Hea, charged with horse steal iij£, was foand- guilty end sentenced to: twelve months in gaol. u michael Brtuttstaffe," charged with wounding with intent, was discharged. .Elleu Connolly pleaded guilty to ob taining goods under false pretences, and waa remanded till to-morrow for sentence. Henry Sykes aluu Murray, charged with uttering a forged cheque, was found guilty ,| and sentenced to two years' imprison nent, March 28. 7h^fi>Howing cases were heard at the Circuit Court yesterday: Joseph Beard, aliat Murray, charged with obtaining money under false pre-, tences, was discharged. « Ellen Connolly, a girl fourteen years of ! age, was sentenced to three months'.im prisonment, for obtaining money under ] false pretences. , j Michael Henahan, charged with utter ing fbiged cheques, was sentenced to three . years* penal servitude. Maria ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

POSTPONED BALE. 100 Hcr* of Horses from New England. mHE Undersigned ha* JL from Mr. F. Mom** to diepose of by Pw> Uc Motion. *iw*t On WEDNESDAY, 4th APBIL NEXT, At hit New 8*1« Yards, At Twelve iiHIm One Hundred Heed of MIXED "OHgP. Broken and Unbroken, from Hew W purposes-, alto qoiet. well-broken hacks. Term' tt sale. J. C. WHITE, Jun., l62 Stock and Station Agent. dm. Farm for Bale. mHE Undesigned has CtJnu" 1 to aell privately, a jplend'd PABM^J T .led about a mile from tbe town oT Waijrtek. It contains 41 acre., a l«rge portion being bom Cultivation and 8# acre* of wbioh will rtortlj ^A^^M^ted on tble fan-. « well aa stockyard and other appliance*. . The whole is fenced in. and baa a frontage *o tbe main road to Ipswich and Toowoomba. T.T. liberal, W^aaranteed. Auctioneer, &6., . - ? p1 - ? B. MARWEDBL & CO., Sole Agent, for OHA9. OLABK & CO- Ellin thorp Bteam Flonr Mil'. FOB CASH-Stat qoallty Blonr £8 164 P®r Adelaide Flour always on band. Warwick E...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
UINTED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

UINTED STATES. Telegraphic news from Washington and New York, to the 2Stb January, has cometo hand, via San Francisco. Eaibino THE ChilJut Blookabi. Washington, Januaiy 18.-The Chilian Minister to-day received official intelli gence that the Spanish fleet mi about to raise the blockade of the Chilian ports. .' Attempt TO KILL JUDGE Fisut, Washington, January 10.-Three days ! 8*®T-t9.wit: Saturday, January l&tb tbeHdm Stephen J. Field received through the mail from San Francisco, a package addressed to bim, and mailed in Decem ber-the date too obscure to be deciphered. On stripping off the wrapper, a small bo* was disclosed. A peculiarity in its ap pearance attracted .attention, and it was taken out of doors and burst open by be ing thrown against a stone pillar. All means of determiningthemodeof construe tion were thus, destroyed. The case was then discovered to be a powerful torpedo, filled with Minis pistol bullets and powder, and so arranged as lo explode by the fric tion...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

LATEST 1* ELEG liAPHIC NEWS. [FBOll OCB OWN COBBBBroiDEHTB.] [SBETILLB AUK CO.'B TELEOBAlf.] BRISBANE. A man ha# been ehot through the head at Bfoolootah bjr a woman named Jones, a woodcutter'* wife. 8be is in ciutody. i WANTED, T> lOPTR u « t° the infSaafnM*. Moitb*able to read '^py)ui)iill|lh|)f nlBoe. To Squatters. tSfiNTfcD, Situation! tjy 'ii Harried Conpls ff_ - i^tbt man aeauatoated to 6heep Farm Ins la BootUnd. Would make blniaeJ oeefal either In (beepforming «r «» * lightweight .mount oattlu. The wife a good Cook and lAnqdresa. Wage* not *o mnob an object u permanent employment.-Apply to. 101 r THOB. HOBSMAN. ~~~r WANTED, * oPV MAN «i Oitnetr of a sang ... .. latTway to drive pile* for the Railway bridge* Mar Allora. To a thoroughly compe tent penon llbeal wags* will be siren.-Apply Immediately to Heun. J. H. GUMMING a CO-Beehire Stores, Warwick s or to r5* " 0HABLE8 ABHBTBONO, JOfr Bailway Work*. Allora. Cteorge Chapmaa, LATM-y In Uil employ of Obai. Tuck wood, atTentcr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE OPEN PLAINS IN DARLING DOWNS DISTRICT. (Communicated to the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

THE OPES PLAINS I^ DABLING DOWNS DISTRICT. ( Communicated It tht .Courier.) In a recent number, you refer, to the omission of tbe toast, the " Agricultural Interests," at Mr. Bell's dinner, in Dalby, as " significant." It is significant-but hardly in the way you mean. The truth is, that there is no agriculture in the neigh bourhood of Dalby; nor, I fear, is there much chance of any for years to come. There must be many people in Brisbane now who think that all that is required to make the Downs an agricultural district, is to throw the whole open to free selec tion ; and who dream of rich and speedy crops rewarding the former's labour. I write as a person who has had some ex perience, and considerable opportunities of observation, for several years past, and I most reluctantly declare that I believe that such notions are fallacious. The eoil about Dalby, and upon the most part of tbe Darling Downs, is rich and bfick-" It takes severe labour to turn' it upland when it has been turned...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellancons. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

Wh*at.-The advantage of eariy aoir inp, in the cue of wheat, nu been h pal pably ahown during the three lasbsea eons that we would not be aurprised to aee the practice carried oat to an extreme. £t01, if wheat be aown ao early aa to be come winter, or rather autumn proud, a remedy, and a very effective one, can be found for it. * The finest wheat crop we remember .to have heard of rn these co lonies was one grown many years since in Tasmania, by aacHngUsh former redded to old country practice. The wheat waa aown towards the dose of February, and by May had got to the condition abore mentioned, ft waa then eaten down by sheep, a numerous flock of which it eup ported dnring more than * month; after thia it was left to recover, the result being a yield of very unusual weight, excepting on one email portion which ihu reotavea too huge a 8hare of the-manure'from the ehaep, and which, therefore, gave nothing but a huge bulk of straw. The eheepvwere rather longer on the field rtim d«iiab?e...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

W* regret to learn, say* the Orttwich AAvcrtiwr, tb«t the disease called blackleg baa made its appearance on the 8meaton Plains. ThiB epidemic is, if possible, worse than the dreaded plebro-pneumonis, as it it certainly more sudden in ita fatal effects. Mr. Walter Baldwin, the herds man, baa lost four head' of cattle by this visitation ; Mr. Carr, one; and Mr. Bichardson, one; besides there are a few other sufferers. It is to be sincerely hoped that after the heavy lose that most c&ttle breeders and owners hare suffered by the attacks of the plenro, tbey will be spared any extensive spread of tbia more daager ous enemy to their prosperity. '

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TOWN COMMONAGE. (To the Editor of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

TOWN COUMONAGU. (To thi Editor of the Warwick Argui.) Sis,-In a recent correspondence ou the above subject, our Municipal authorities did themselves and the ratepayer* the honour, of " laying a circumstance," which they sat upon and hatched, and then pre sented the product of the incubation to the Government, in the shape of a Muni cipal manifesto, which "strongly asserted" j the absolute necessity of granting a com- 1 monage to Warwick. " Commonage" is understood to mean a ! piece of country granted in perpetuity j to the inhabitants of any town or village, free from any charge or external inter ference, subject to certain regulations x>f course, to be framed by some one, and en forced by come one felse-and that the Go vernment should grant, and the oattle should grace, appears reasonable enough at first sight, but a closer examination of the instLnoe, let us suppose that SOOOfoad of horned cattle are at present owiied bt residents in the town and suburW,- Mia 1000 horses; it wo...

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 — 31 March 1866

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THK MAU.S. ARRTVAhS. Prom Maryland, every Monday, at 2 p.m. ,* Brisbane and Ipswich, every Tuesday at noon, and every Friday at 4 p.m. ,, firitbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, every Thursday, at 8 p.m. » Ley burn, via Tulgai Diggings, every Wed' nesday. at noon. ^tfora, Z>r«y<on. and Toowoomba, every Thursday, at 8 p.m. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Thursday, at 4 p.m. " Brisbane and Ipstoich, every Wednesday, <z{ ti a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. " i?ri«&ane anrf /piiciVA, via Drayton, every J/onrfay, a* 3 p.m. " Leyburn, via Talgai Diggings, every Thurs day, at 4 a.m. " AUora, Drayton, and Toowoomba, every 1 Monday* at 8 p.m. y.B.- The mailt close at the Pott-oMce half an hour before departure. 6tfl when the departure takts place at an early hour in the morning, ffa mail doiei at 8 p.m. on tfc previous evening. The Englith mail clctee an or about the 16m ' cf .every month. ,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 31 March 1866

W ARWICK ARGUS ? ?? . ? u>> TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE 18 {MtUtabsl avenr W»dneed«y end 8«tard»y J v aonlim.aiid forwarded to «1) part* of tbe AoftnUMCOlmiM. '.v.. ' TKBHfl OF 4SDBSOBIFTION. & fly will n , «l«CItiiau7,!BOtb April, to withdraw tbelr same* J aired to forward their i all urun) direct to -" faurtoeu «le*r d*y» before lbs eipiraUon flfjWrth ywtat.- . - ? ' , jCPYEB'l'IBIWQ. ^ * l L*rg»i»4 alipHyed adrertUeaenta MM fet MgtOtUMlit* , .... A Ubenl dJeooon t «Uowe4 on adrertWiienti ordered for taoif thkn ilx «m«e<sntlf» insertion*, 4eatfa,'«».iMhta»w. rj,v.-:!* uid ffiV -' ttfrtwahuMtpf wfatea iMfraatfaa tp the caalui&fAwttm^Mits wilTjbe j&drtTOMmentetnturtfte rait fit to the Office not irterthya twoo'eleok miftniiw. and gri d«y«HirTl-,»til «(*«n .». Proprieter. J <3 B PR IN T I N G. ltofWWor# aumito; * %m n*i With *eatopM tail tteipMcb.atl&oderate price*. . va» ad§ffi>:UMW>iw,'pteopi*a8, ^ LAUBIA SBCKffif * DEUVKp...

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