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JAMAICA [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

T«e Oorentamt nf Jutai«Jua pswe* * bill^Hib»titutingo«e «h whir for ttepne wowly exwting two rtmrtww. The Govwaor nominate on# half ih* unbar of member*, the other half toine elective ander a stringent property qualification.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST NEWS. London. January 6, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

LATEST N3BWS. 1 London. January 9, There has been a revolt of the- military in Spain, and it is spreading vapidly. Don Carles is heading the insurgents. ^ Martial lav -has'bem. proclaimed in ,',]£&drid- - 'r 1 ' A, treaty between England, ppd Austria Fur the abolition1 of def^Bt»jd«ufcie*l ia shortly! to be ratified; . oAdvkes from Mexico report that 4 revo lution has broken, oat, andthere faastrong party in opposition to the Jjtmperor Maxi milian. -TheFrench treopra^e 4y;fee;\feealled from'UeticoiwithUi tbreeinonii*. J.' Commercial. -. Bank .iiucounts are quoted,at 7 per bent. '. , Australian' copper, haabewi sold for £108. per ion, V ,'\r ? Shipping.-For Queensland: Osborne House, and Light <jf the. Age. The following additional particular* are taken from the Ottarditm** telegram: '!*. But Roderick Murphiaon hu been created aibanoiiet. Two regiments of ttfoopB hare been sud denly marched to DnMiu The clipper ahip Nassont, from Liver pool to Calcutta, ha* become ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INDIA, CHINA, AND JAPAN. Alexandria, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

I INDIA, CHINA, AND JAPAN. 1 Akxtadrift, January 8. '.Telegraphic communication .between Malta ami Alexandria iioot yet restored. A war with Bhootan wean inevitable. The Bimiui aread»a»cip*at Bokhara. The Axwor of Qaboaee (tut) W gone over to kii rebellion* brother. \ j,, Ariaing amongst tbe Ktooneiid* » reported to hare taken pUoe. Tfoope ha*e be«a idecpatched t» i.tbe. disturbed dutricta. v. i . -' Sir Batheribrd Alooek ha» grrirti at Fafcin. The difF9rene«»<wttt'*be. court. hare 1>een iumsably aetUeiiSrinoeKuPg .'giving eetiAetion,'. ?? <? The'-Oabinet i* an&rourablarto Cmifaerk. H«w»«fitt «leiining eh«*cter wr the Imperial dvnaiAr hi* aarinri frpn the' Worth. Vbenbek ate takinftbe fieid ia/ great imtnbari/het'iid attire >B»aau»*-ha» an yetbeen takea- agrinrt thaw by: the Qoianmtuk - ? - ?*.? * A number of Coottae fcaVa mutinied on board-the Black Ball .hip Pride of the G*ngM,'a&d>bave aoordaredthaUaptain. . In JapfB, ffaw pm atitt- ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MATES ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

AEBIVAL ANt>' Di^PABTOBK ?0F f .i Tl|fi MAILS: AjutrVALs. : from Maryland, everyMonday.ai 2 p.m. Sritbane andjJpittticKJ everyt iTueeday at '? v noon, and tvtry Pr&tt/ oi4 p.m. Britbanc and Iptvkch, via Drayton, evert Thursday, at 8 p.m. " Liyburn. via Talgai Diggingi.every Wed neiday. at noon. Allora, Drayton, and Toouioomba, every Thvrtday, at 3 p.m. DEPARTURES. for Maryland, every Tkartday, at 4 ji.m, ,, Brisbane and fpivick. every"Wednesday, at 6 a.m., and every Saturday, at noon. ,. Brisbane and fptwich. via -Drayt'jn, every . . Monday, at & p.m ~ Leyburn, via Talgai 'Digging/, every Tkuri| day, at 4 c.m> '<* -n Allora, Drayton, and TouwooMa, every Mendayi offt p.m. . - _ Jf.B.~Fke inailt 'dote at the }\>el-oMce half ,sii Aaitr If/ore departure, b\il v)hen'lht£tparlure Itlti plau at anearly Aouritt Iht morning, tie mail eloiet at Bf.hr; en *ht prttHav inning. ?, TJuJSngtiii matt ete»ei «n of'O&oul the 1 fth ttery'inonM'/ '

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 — 17 February 1866

TPJC fAEWI(?KAEG?S feOtfJCLfc ,Jtf^^0^WmXXPTlOV. ? Order* qti»c)goinp*alrt by prepljBienlwill i ceivc no rttWttoB*"" * ' t* #l«t ltDWf, 80th April) ; October.. , I to withdraw their nimee jMSJtS&t ftikmmi'lMju Mm ii* iCTfefertimft. > » v v So Jk o Ii(0. -J" S'^Hftrienta tMtttM IMnt |oni. ^.cr/Mtla. W»er inintnuVaU. Pill mI: ^ 1 until .7*.*Z?X)»Jm*r..'r.I. . CAKDB,. CArALOOVMB, ClttULABS, HA^ItES, BOOKS mmrnmm fntm,:; j" -ni "i.'J is i-'-'.i SVi a ; i i albwpf jp FI*ea D*pe»»»«t .-. 1 *».» v.1 . U««W.. Stitiooo i Axatiu. Uc»aiEstagniUiB »;>...... HiUB.ooo hwmp^jnjbrth the ... , A .*..» V*' fc.nj 4i..Ki4 Dili Ciji tMwpontoa WA®»,*&R*tU tlot »|8«. V. ; WtgJAM? ©. ' .trinu. Awt* to* Tter**«m>: ci« Kr; GEORGE »ltUSON. M.rrl»n« etone. ? ? -??. . ? ?' --'?- . ' - - ? BOWfiBNBOCATION TOMttokr (teMto4M«|ywhicb«m1»aMa 1 lo mm otipmb* Breleee, Gillt with the wUb er eolUr,*i>4,«Jl MotdeaU IncHenUl to B m npii); Ukid* the ptaea of nil other ooatrama in the enre «f Kli...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

.r J. ^ "'tfO $US$0RJBJP$8- )i<trp :ApV£B rvt.-r-; j;.'* . .^.Wfi btg to'ttefe iiat our AccauHtt for the quarttren&ng 81 rt December latt are now tm-courte if ieKpery, and. we tope they ? iblf-]bc Iteliedjiei&oBt lhe jMtt delay. ; iV- ujl b '? Ifi ''a? s miutteeivkm»totkeni.- .;».? ??.:? itetyii'iiprjBper timejbr payment .' <f rubtcriptimt 'iH i^vitkee,'toe,trutttowr Jtimit teili taeimoBlei/je ike fiut bgtend

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

. GALTSNDAE. Sto) Agt.; 6'. 41 & . 40 C . 40 -6 .'4ft fi . 89 « . 88 II ; 38

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE LATE LORD PALMERSTON HOW HIS SPEECHES WERE COMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

THK LATii LOftl/ PALMKttSl'OM. HOW BIS SPSSOIIEB WEUt COMPOSED. His best and greatest speeches were com puted on horse t>»ek. It wm reputed to be , no went in the Premier's establishment t when gt<e«t debates were earning off. His Lordship's groom was said to be the first to know that hit mister's miud was " or* toricslly eieroiaed." In the park, at a torn in the ride, fait lipa were seen to move: in the country, where the stea.n might escape with less notice, deBsut tones, at the true oratorical pitch, were sometimes borne on the winfi. The Premier'* lioraenmstlnvekuown when the towle of debute was fiercest, for the paoe alwsys improved ae the " wordy war" rage<l highest; and when the debater was strangling an opponent in imagination on the floor of the Bouse of Q immons, the brisk clatter of a gallop seemed to stand h the noble Visoount in the nlaoe of a ruunioK accompaniment of cheers 10 the House of Ooaiinuus. BIS ABSTEMIOUSNESS. The lite Premier was one...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

FRAiNOEL. I The marriage of'thie-Rincess Anna Murat with toe Doke de Monqhie «m ' celebrated on December)#. ...... M. Foold'a financial abatement iriui fa vourably ? received, owing to a reduction which. baa been comix^d. frpm.^he cur tailments of ftesfq(loi»^g ex6«i»e»: ' Minister of War,. 14,000,000 francs; Minister of Marine^ 6,000,000 francs; I Finance, 6,000,000 francs';. Publifc' Works and Emperor's Household, ff,000,'000 francs. The French natiapal "debt now is only . 773,000,000 francs, whereas on July 1 it waa 808,ooo,poo. , The policy of tile Emperor, M declared by him, is atrongly in fevorof peaceful re lations with other continental powers.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AMERICAN INDEBTEDNESS. (From the Times' Special Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

; AMERICAN INDEBTEDNESS. "» hi, (Frcm AtfiW Spicial Oerteiponie*!.) 'The.JTMantly delivered by Mr. M'OalI^h«tj^rt^V«j'oe upon the fintnoea of ibe'eouufry has strengthened the public ; r yconfldeMeia.hi» ability to dealaaopensfully with-tit* crisis, Most Americans approach '^question* *biCh.Htfii» to tbfeateu d»ii««r £;|#W»iro^u$ry «itii sseltled anil itnmjv * able' though perliapsen illogical, faith that ] t vtylMme means they wiltj»M*way without 1 fonslug 'laoy -mischief or incoufcnienci.'. "fi&ttbe it ii veryWo tomeet any one wbu . ki even^Meropted to think out any of tfae'fibanrial problems of tli« huur'; ami, as j thpae-vbo/Btil £he American journals will ttiktfiri'lPirees is almost Wholly silent \ggM iBob subjects, It i«impoaailile to get- j people to «^terte opqii tlieir imuciil pro« ff {NbH- l..Ti>^4isppM t)fthenil>y a wave of i '*}lke tattd/isirit'were, Mying, M VVo are sure j ^ fojnt tUf<>ujtP withsll thrtfl monetary «lil- j 4enji#% ;V^« bav« beg...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

CANADA. There ha» been KHae-apprebeiHlon ex pressed pf a Fewan> invasion, and both Ufti^uien > afid .StefOh Oatiioltoi liave beepMmingthfimBeJvei. Thel»|tarhave retired from tW^oljintertr'CorpB. "

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

t Jm :i f'/£.risi 'io ?i, ' iux'oe lP&KnaHTOKLtfc JJAFINQ. fobbed.. 8TOOK TAKING, and in bfrdbrto MltB^wn. btdur WtNTEETFTOOK (to arrive In Marcb), w» hare detenmneiupoa. hold< iaga ' CLEAftlNQSiLMS, commencing on T H U It 8 DA.?,, tho latof Febniary, and. mSmgtrn ?? BATUBfrAT, the 17th of Tebrua£, for which ocfiulon "the Price oC nearly erery Article haa baen. U'ltr* ttoir offer in addition* ? -to. OABH PUB0HA8ER3 far £1 udapwatd*,tbaad. ?antage of TWO SB1LLING& In U>» ; PO 0 W D J. 8. BLACKBtJEN, WholeialeSaddlara! Iranmoiig«v&c. (Lata Uiuixarlor BffllUr,fBnn.i York* ?tratt. Sydney,) HAVISO antertd into Partuerililp with till friend* in lltruifnahain,. Iim opened ? Urtnch KtUhUnlitnent ln lltt-itreet Noith, on fnltitlii Unpin nfiee.Bvdngf. under tfaaatj-ia or firm of Jid. 8. ULACkUUitN h OO., re apoctfullf eolicit* tbt pttruoac* of atorakaejwra and the trade geucraLj. Januarjr, 18 A lit AOBNT8. Tea (olbwiap.Gaatlamnn bwa kan appointed Agent* f...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

Hm abt ENCOUNTER WITH Clabeb tsb Ii08aBi.NaEB.-Tue Braid loood Dupdteh uy>:-Information wu brought into tocu of one of tbe Billalaba polios enoountering tli© escaped prisoner and bushranger Thos. Clarke, io company with another mao, .boat . mile from hia father's home at Ballalabe, on Thursday afternoon. At .boat fivp o'clock constable Woodland and a black tracker were engaged in running op the traoksof two horoemes, which they traced about a mile beyond the honie of Julm Clarke, when tliey espied two men camping baside a tree in tbe bttab, on the side of tbe run^e between the elder Clarke'* house and Loug Flat The blaokUracker by some means got separated from-Wood bind prior4» bis observing (he (wo- men, it is stated through bis being mounted on * young and restive filly. (Weighting the; men camping, Woodland at once anapieted that one of tbeiu was the notorious Clarke, and immediately determiued to 'approaoti as caotioaaly as possible to ttieui before he was oltserved. The men ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

: INDIA. 1 ? ' A severe shook from u> eanbqpsJ^ bee , been experienced throughout thO; Bengal Presidency. i »*;?" ?.< Dr. Iiivingrtone has tailed Jf$r Zsftge bar (Africa), and Captain TSeo^the cele brated African explorer, ia to^te.-iifccond" ia command. <....»*. ' Telegraphic meu&ges from Europe are now received with great promptitude in India.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREECE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

QBEECJ&V A' fearful state of ananeh j.prevaile. The authorities have hardly ,|iny; power, and,'' brigands are curryingj^ly^st'ore them.' Murders are eonsta&tfT/taiuBtp place, aud the whole country is us^er .brigandage rather than Government.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

'AMEEtOA; . Mr. Jefferson Davis' continues to enjoy fobd 'bMltb. He is stilt at Fortress lunroo, and nothing definite baa been stated in reference to bis trial. It is considered that tbe American Con sul having received the Shenandoah from the British Governmerit, precludes the Inderal Goveroroght from lodging any complaint against the British authorities for discharging tiibcreW: " There are no prospects of tbe friendly ' refeiimewMeh^Hftviesfit between America. England, and France being disturbed. A committees-has.Jiieefi-appointed to decide the claims of tbe Southern repre seutatives to seats in the. Congress. Tbe Fenians have of late been very . active, and shows signs -of .disruption- be tween themselves. President' Mahonev has been deposed, and ia bis place W. K. Roberts was elected.' A bill has been .introduced into tbe Senate for tbe purpose of paying to the widow of the; late President Lincoln the sum of 100,000 dollars;' i.; - paw tan opinion to the direct ttat'f"tbe, Mexi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

CHINA.. The new* from Pekin ia impoctuW The Empren Dowager boa relinquished the re mil of Government, and Prince Kong is performing his duties a* Premier moBt satisfactorily.. The rebellion is cawing much anxiety to Government. Sir Rutherford AAcock hni aimed at Pekin, but hM not, aa yet, decidedupon' the course of action he inte&dstppursue.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PIKE'S CREEK GOLD-FIELD. To the Editor of the Warwick Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Eiilor mil net bt rttpomlkU for any opi .fni or vine* exprtuti if Oorrttponitnlt, . and will altcay rtjict perianal mmmuniear iim unliu M mbjtctt of -ptMie importantf» and guaratUttibg lh§ Hffnaturt of tht wli<r> PIKE'S CREEK! GOLD-FIELD. 7b til Editor of tkc Wkndck ArfUt. Sib,-I feol myself in duty bound to ,lhe public to state the teal truth regarding the quantity of gold wb aire getting on theee digging*. X do not deny that my D&rtner Mid mraelf have been getting one ounoe perweek between u»,but it most be OOMhIwm te wite ir °tfw beet, and beeides that we have bad the rati of the widle. creek* for 'inebj^'-wieke to our wlvei, being all alone except two inure young men. - It it noto.jio wsrer, over with that, becanae thew&iir i»completeIy done, aod anoevf ttojwopfi dm eron to ?ink for drinking Mrtar. v* ? Ailtheieporta that WrW 'appeared in tbe paper* arehntrup. 'Ifc^r*'n|Hre never .haft-aMUrrf'' found in'el £8 to £* »«.* ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

ADELAIDE JMmanr 18.. I Numerous robbapes hsve been reported lately m. )M^'takm phpe in the suburbs. ' * '' « Wheat is -now quoted at- 7s, 81 per: bushel. ' "." \] i KWj.ii' The tender tifthe Australasian Steam Navigation Company, farthe .jMoveranoe M*fl. ,tg, ^ has ^H^btaclU are still rpty troublesome ih Hie North,arid arp thawteiiihgtb attaek the Lue Hope rf^iops. -ssssssssiissmaesiB^ssBsmaBm. Geoo Scorn.-In the caae IM Meldon, lor wages, the Police Magistrate repeated a ruling which it is perhaps m well should hare as wide a publicity aa Sensible. The plaintiff was a bullock river, suing for wages, against which olaim sundry sets-oil' were handed in-one item being, on account of a grqg score, whence it is to be inferred that the defendant is a publican. The plaintiff stated that he had given defendant no authority to deduct any awn out of the aoumnt of wages doe to him on account of the grog score. The defendant, on the other hand, averred that according to the statement and books...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 17 February 1866

, P'tUp ^nASatl^MkR, llattbem, Sat* forgeff, h£nB&h ?outHl guiltyBobtiiMn,' ftf BMKdMj hu ftbo teen found gaiity,1 inwy. " "' Itn itiitiiuil' andvllta-'Kinder, charged with tWln artier of Mr. Kinder, aw to 4m thed eepartely. tBertrand'a trial commenced on Wed Jrteilb^add Si «t!0 goltag on. The pri soner wu welt'VircMCki, arid is uncon cerned in appearance: Se i» defended by Mr. Ddley. no'coneinuve evidence against him. Mr*. Beftaand'a evidence vent to prove that Bertrand «ru nud. judical evidence ia conflicting aa to whether the pirtol fired by Bertraud waa loaded or not. Mr. Dallef made * powerful apoech yteterday lasting ttro hoon and a half, and tbe judge ia liow tomming op At the *oolule« on Xhuada; all aorta wene'in good demand.

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