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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

WEEKLY .G4I,ENJ>ABV Job. 9( ' in \\ti. Thiir*. ^lidnv But. SDN. Mon. Tina. I |Son rines. O. N. 6 . SO | ff . SO I 8 . SI 5 . £2 B . 28 5". 28 ! 5 . 24 8an Mte.J B. V. C . 96 C . fid A . 67 6 CI 6 * M 6 : £6 6 , .05 Mm»*I Ag». i 6

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 — 9 January 1867

Bfteep for Cjittle. nrAMTBD, 600 Hud well-bred! STORE; JI CATTLE in,exsbinga for Ant-eUn, 8IJKBP, M and rtuminyoo ainof tliq beat Dntling Oothi Uuiiouf, A|>ply Irounidiiitely to, J. 0. WHITE, JOB.. Stook and Btiulon Agent. Warwick, J«u. 6,1867, 872 AGEKTS. Tqp folln wi OS n not) ein an have been tjijuluteil; Agent* for tjilf. pajwr, and are authorised to MwiTeantocri^tUmiMii ad»«rti»emenU:~ Sydney - - - A, Cobcti, Bijibuu . QiivpuiBuu), NiqM W Habdi. TeaterBdd . .. . Q.WIUMS. Printed and published by PATRICK Broom* sole proprietor. alike " Anas" Office, Albion itreit, Warwick, In the colony of Queeniland, Knrt fllfto trablbbed at H«n«e-»lreot, Tenter (irld in tnv oniony "f New 8ouUi Welb».-, tVclneada^JwWljr 9, 1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COLONIAL TREASURER AT WARWICK. (TO the Edition of the Brisbane Courier) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

THE COLONIAL TRBASytUlR AT ; WARWICK. (Jt tA* Sditm of Hit Brulant Co/trier) Sib*-I wonder if any ofyou* Modem MtwNtibeMk* following tetiarktbta hia |tqfr v-" he wenfc.iwta W-ga^len. to «picl^» cabbnge to.n»ke am«prt»*pi*; and jtbed lie ggt there a great be Lenf ^topped fJue head out at viniW end. called- ou£, ' Wliftt, np'Sofcp!' So he dwd^.wjd, M5p . yarded the barber, and there were pre- | sent the Ficklillies, the JollUliee, and the BnblUliea, end ereu the Gh-oat ? Panjan drum himself whh.0 little button on top and they all fell at Rawing aacntch*tu oalcb~con, until gunpowder of tbe beels of theii boota." Wicked; ami d*< praved wretch-that I am, this quaint old: atorr baa been running, through my head all day in corinectlod'with M>. lN>ugltu»' gioritteatkm meetijig *tWarwick, ?'. wihjfc 1 know not,, unleaa. it i* that t behold a demi-aemi-Coloniat Treasurer - Who goes. fortl\ into, tb$ political field, audi picks but a Leasing Bill to make a financial-pte or per...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCKHAMPTON. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

. --sooKHjomoit,*' I * . '/Ji.rtoary'ft'*/ The-quarter's CustoukB revenue ior.tiun jiirt umtiunt to £17,601. Tt)«; totfil re v«m6 for the year is £50,41(Ji ' The year!* ? im^orta amount in vulue' ku jS413,89l>;"? tbe Qiporla to J634&,745. January a. Prispectv obtained at tkioillomiBk diggiigs sropoor. Gold is getiubareJy payabe quantities, aud many digger* are leuviu& .. . Mimjgut Ccocodilo Creek is dull... ; ' . Jjflbiiiiy 4» M*. Culd.Ute partner with ft*. TnfiW in tbe . Betreat Station, left St. Helen'# titationuti'{bber2(jtV JVceinbjar, aijjd liftd not beeV heard. «>f up. to tbo -fitii Deeem- . Uer. 11? is «t|jipQ|ed to buwe-£<»iiutnktea .uiuide. lt TJmj nenra from. jtl£e MoriuiiV'diggingB? ii uuiwoivable.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GOLD AT BULIMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

.GOLD .AT BUL1MPA, Mnny of our readers lm doubtless beard (be ritiuonr ifbic,!! bus beau in circala lion for some daysjBfti that gold bidtoen found at Bulimba. W# 'abstained from eayioj^apylhing,about it until we could ob-, Um autbentio particulars; and we now supply tbe following from , ft apeoial corres pondent, who (? perffclly gi^lfMed, and j whom statement! «Mjr ba.rplied upon ** About three tmniths ago," esysour cur- j respondent, " there enired in Bulimba three young men-Meacr*. Sipiith, Piioa, and Harvoy. Benouncing tbe luxnriesof the town, they took to camping out in a tent, and, me. day Mr.'Harvey, quenching his thirst (like tbe slag in the table) at a neighbouring waterhole, saw at the bultpm what turned, out to bo gold. He and his friends upon thin commenced an examina tion, which, considering their total inex perience of, such matters, deserves the greatest oommemlatioo, and fortunately met with aucoess. They.bavp uow been prospecting about twp months. Until within abou...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARWICK POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 7. (Before C. Clark, ESQ, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

WARWICK POLICE COUBI. MOXDAY, JUCUT 7. (Before C. Clark, Safe J.P.) Owlet Light pleaded guilty to « ckaxxe ofdrunkennew, and ni fined lot., or 2*fcoun in tbe lock-up. Kmily Light, wife of tbe above pri .OBer, brought up for a muilar oSence, and fined in tbe MM amooht. i The fioe» met beifig paid, both, prisoner* had to widetgo 84 hours' imprisonment enchi ... . George Iiirrit waa ebarged with -being drunk, on fiatida^, ud lining pleaded guilty, be vu lined £L Tbe cunitable' alio dunged- bijjr with- making me^6T oknM ---knguage in Albionetreel^for' (Am be «u lined asotUer £1, or jfftifc'iatlMtNfc-up. I TCKSDAT, Jakdaey 8. I (Hef'iro C. Cluik, tind O. L. Pratton, |. ? Esq., J.P.) George I'earce was charged with oti-J tiiiuiog RQods under false pruMMuv* j from one John Pettigraw. William Stretton, a police conatable, ntstod tfaut from certain information received (ty telegram, he arrested the prisoner on tlm above charge. On being qiitMtionnd, i prisoner aaid it was Mr. Chubb'n fault, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]0WEN. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

. . 3B0WEN. Januirv 6. I Fourteen hiu>4rr,flpo)inil» wgre oiiiWteH yesterday for, a, uJl,l;';Ue{E«lid Euad in eonueclioh - vrfth rccentl Stuiteroa* din covcries ir», tti« neighbourhood, One parcel of *^o]d it»ntairiiDg.tSTO otts&a, and which \fM shown at tbe meeting heM bw», Va» obtained at Hotait Wj»tV (/»". n',n!ile from lite uiation, and two mile* fr.om the copper mine. Kight <jcihw I weights wore taken from Rpia,«-« uu the I Stinoei Kaupe, on the north tide of the ' Ilutton road, «ud twenty mtl<$ | touth-weist awl buyond Mouiit \\ yatt.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

PROCLAMATION', By his Excellency Sir Georn Ferguson Bowun, Knigbt (irntjA (Jium «( lbs Uwt Distinguished order of 8(. Mlobael and 8t George,.. CaptainUPqe^ifand Governor iu-Chlaf of tba Colony of Qaeeailaml (Adit* Deppiutgupiejs, And yiw^Aduwfi of tbe aame, &o. in. ttc. IN PUB8CANOE of the authority til me retted, and in (locoriince wljtb'the provisions »f tha Act 21 Victoria No. IS, respecting the Alienation of Crown l*n4s, I, tbe Goreroor*Iores»id» with tbe advice of tbp Executive Council, do hpraby notify and proolatyh that tbe following Lota of Land will be ofyrel for aele by VMbUi- auction, at iho nndoiioenlUmsd plane, 'at Eleven, o'clock op tb* day specifiod, 4t ttu> upset price' affixed to each lot mpoctiTely. I/eposit 10 percent. . ; ' . the deed fes on the und»rtnantlo(ied lots will be charged according the following acale: Not exceeding 60 sores £1 . above 60 and uot exceeding 300 acres £1 St. p More 800 and not ex qtodjng 610 acrps £110s, FOR SALE AT THE POLICE...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

Avcnotf«c»'» Ucm*,-Fred. Sufcon, *e- i oelved* district li$pn»»MMelfe)iiee& . tocexus.-rAt the Polio* Court qb Xealay, William Pag* and Fatrisfc C.vansgh.otyalued general timber lieemti, A nnmber d ef, Pilottllonnfot carrfeiji'lfctenseiwere postponed, (or«ntttk, ? ' i - GQiwmoiAb. Wa|iWKK sn^lK'i STAHo.V AQ5NCX' - P<UBM OQBWEMa ....... Mr. J. O. White. Jan., reporti.th* frffewine 'tab* tlie ruling firlMa fpr Itook. ft* thejiart (nonih : . Suue, Maldaoewei. ..., ... .. jjaV'w* «d TUret, (pur. audita) ypw. aid, ?.?<.. do.. dilijerj, IpMaroh oni Sit eft to 10a, Aged,do... 7, ^ 10i £tore.w«thpr*. .. . ,v. 7a.to 8e Fat do.. .. ... $sto8e6d. Wether weanare, delieery in M»ioh.nez| . .. S> 6d la 64 6d Cawts. - . Pat bollock*, pine .. £9. to £6 10« Do, anlddilpg .. £4 to £4 lOt Fat co.we, prim* ... .. £1 to £4.10a. Do. middling £8 t o *3 IB* 8ton* Oatilc. op* to lis jeui, cqaal wui SOs.toBSa Do. two to si*, years, aqnal eeue. .. .. .. 8?a to Mi Uoaam. Htierjl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]O SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

&0 SUBSCRIBERS JLN& ABTER T1SERS. i We beg to elate that our Account* Jbt *he | quarter ending Sltt DeceUhtrlart arfj tio\o, in courts of ddi/cerg, end tee 1'0^ fay trill le ect(led without the "lfaet jet"y . These w orr.ear* tall Jtitidfy dUgc tit by « prompt settlement, «. ^ mutt be obviout to ^ ni* ltip!l *< V<ropn tint't for payment of eulcmpticmt in ^dear^at fruttour friend* trill Ichiouledge, ,he facl ls ttnd. ing remittrnee*. .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

THE WARWICK ARGUS ASP T£ifT}$BFH£LD CHRQNICMS 18 pqbliahpd erery Wadpeadayaud Saturday mprnirg*. andfofVf^dedtv all putt of tlie Uitr*!iap«Plonloi; ' .TKBMB OF BDBSCpiPTlON. Quarterly {in adranoe) 8«. Ditto (gredit) ..V;v.10». «»rder» onapoompnnied fcy prepayment will re ^'XS^^winUate Myt March. 80tfc Juoe, ftOtli September, *iid 31 *t December. ' Sotnttoi wiahing to withdraw their mum from tfae llat will be iconlnd to forward their reilgyUon Opmther wm all <Urfpt to Lha «fM *U(HMV(R"rtwn «>W a*y» b^rp uif yjtpi^tlon^fqiph quarter. TEBM8 FOBADVEfi'l'ISINS. T«oIin«« ..... I 6 STSfSr.::::2::s::::::::n S 8 StrtiJioM o QTro additional Are Itnw, or - 1 4UMftT »»'»»*» 9 .. .. 1 0 * l*rg» and displayed adTertlffinftytft M f« .moment. A Jiben] diacpunt allowed on advertiaementa uimi m mpretban d^oouwoutive iouitiooi. JJirtha, marriage*, or dentin, 8a. each ip»«r flog. ?" ' ' In the ataenpe pf written Inutruptipni to the fontrary, alreitiwiettt* ^111 be inserted nntH S. AWfo'tr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane [?] papers.) TOOWOOM[?]A [?]...... January 2 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

TELEGUAPITW NlSvVfc. ~ (Abridged fr$tn the litiabutit far^r») ' ' Tj0OWC>0.iJLJ*.\.; : ?1 ... ... January 2 A cricKei Las been i>!:.yed | between sf^iu liange aud tho Uuiou | ('rjs'cet Club;;. The Moiu Rsngl von, .fcith nine wicketi to .pare. Tb& imre given a challenge to All Toovfoomfc, epd"~ the match l;as Iteen nrrangeil, and it to be played 011 Saturday nest. JAruajy 5. At the Drayton and Toowi-omb^ tlcc ' tion, Mr._ Groom wns proponed by Mr. Hatlam and wr/jD^ed by Mr. Stirlii&mid elected without opposition. The newly clcctcd memlter addiuiwwi flu* ftectnrii, condemning the action r.f vhc govern ?men't ih reelectyhe W.arwi.-li iailway, .and expressing his intention to s'gu tho address to 'tW Gbvcrivot for "tlna carjy tueeting of Pnrliopeut. .The. cricket Vawtcb brtween %c)rn(i. woomba and Main IUtjgfc Clubs Habited in the Toowouuba Club Mr inning id the first iuiriegs, ? ? v

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]arw [?]argus AND TENTE[?] FIELD CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 9,1807. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

"TENTETjtrilLD CfrBOplCLE WED JCItSDAT; iA"NO AKY b, 1BCT. Ife eg; iin call the attention of our non- I regist' zrvd electors to the fnct (hat *ny of -] their i jyho will; neglect to have theirjjnmes | ®nr .olted before the end of the ptateot; tf .otilb can toko no part In the general ' flection wbich^take* pijfdb at aome'tiflltf" daring the next twelve mouths; andaaW to remind our readers of 'a circumstance vllifh. can . hardly have escaped 'their ^teeollectfA'iv how at recent olfactions men ?wbuhai! all tbo statutable qunlifieatioi.S ? for Section (eicept rpgialrutiou) .were, leard-giumbluiget their dieiinuirhisemeat, attributing blama to everybody and every- ] thing but; tba true vause-*thcir . wgn I oupine indifference, or morp culpable .neglect, in not hariog timfcr MOMS regis tered, a* olactowy at the proper time sc4 place, M general olpction being the only means which'the Constitution hns placed at our disposal, by which the Legidaturo ean bo renovated-by which worn-out ideas...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THIS GOVERNOR'S REPLY THE ADDRESS. TO THE EDITOR OT THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 9 January 1867

THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO THE ADDRESS. TO THE EDITOR OT THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR,-In your issue of to-day appears a letter from Mr. Algernon Lempriere, ad dressed to Mr. Raff, and sent to him for the purpose of communicating its contents to those members of Parliament who had signed the address to the Governor. Be fore proceeding to dissect this remarkable document I may parenthetically remark     that it is extremely curious how both this letter, and that of the Premier in answer to the first address, made their appearance in the public press before those to whom they were sent, and whose private property they were,- had an opportunity of   seeing them. However, let that p[ass. In poIitics, I suppose, or in love, all things are fair; and the usual ???ities of civil ised life count for nothing. This first composition with which Mr. Lempriere     has favoured the public since his accession tn foe (MMiiion Captain 'Pitt 8...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

UNDBaaaA.DU*.TE KNOWLEDOE OF HCBIPTUBE.-There is a peculiar flavour to a University man about under graduates' ignorance. Judicious selections from Little-go-papers are a favourite source of laughter. One author gives us a candi date for bis degree stating the substance of St. Paul's sermon at Athens, to be ciying out for the space of two hours, " Great is Diana of the "Ephesiansand another when called upon to trace a connection between the Old and New Testament re ferred to the circumstance that Peter with his sword cut off the ear of the prophet Malachi. The fullest development of the combination of a good memory with an inferior sense of the traditional order is the account of the death of Jetebel. Tbe examiner feeling sure of his ground, pre faced the account with the statement," It is most important to preserve tbe exact words of the sacred narrative," and pro ceeded : -u And 08 he passed through the gate of the city, there looked out unto bitn two persons appointed for the pur...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE FOUNDERING OF THE BHIMA IN THE RED SEA. LOSS OF 79 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

THE FOUNDERING OF TUB BHIMA, j IN THE RED SKA. ZiOSS OF 70 LIVES. The Bhiina was sunk at 11 o'clock on die night of the 11 September, when on lier way from Bombay to Suez, by olliniou nitli the steamer Nada, proceeding from Sues to Bombay. Slie sank in less than tliree minutes after elm wan struck. Olit of llie 101 perueiiH on board only 22 have b.ien saved. Of these, eight are Kornpeans, and the remainder natives. The Euro peans are shipmasters Mann and Gheverhin and Mr. Nazareth, who were passengers ; the third officer of the Bhiraa, Mr. C. J. Cath'iert; the steward, and three of the quartermasters, two of whom aro Por tuguese, and the third an tSnglisbinan, named Sandy. It appears that the colli sion took place at a distance of a bunt 180 miles from the 8uei, which p >rt it was expected would be reached ou the follow ing day, and in antioipation of this the baggage hau kesn collected and arrange ments mad* for landing. Although there was a fres'i brecse ulowing, the night was ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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OLD-FASHIONED SINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

OLD-FASHIONED SINS. The hidtc.ry of mankind may be traced by tlie sins wbich have gone ont of fashion. Not that it at all follows that mankind t«nda to perfection, or.even to improve tnent. There i« a faahion in einning bs in other tiling*. One popular sin may have t;one ont with tfae me of wigs, but another has perhaps been introduced with cylindri cal ball; if ao, it haa brought its pnniith. ment along with it. Moral riiseaseB charge their type lik« pbyaieal. The Black Death and other hideous sicknesses have gone iat,' bnt we have got a good many new and virulent diseases in their place. Whether the physical ooDfctitatinn of men baa on the average improved or decayed ia a question for physicians to settle; and moraluu may decide, if they can, whether we are on the. whole better or worse than our forefathers. Believers in demwraoy will of oonrae bold that wa are improving; and ataoncb old Tories, that we are ateadiiy declining in virtue. The cynical part of mankind will fall hack o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE BORDER CUSTOMS QUESTION. (From the [?] Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

THE BORDF.rt CTWOMS QDKSTTON. (Fr*m iht Mttfoume Argui.) Enrlv in January, «p preroroe, thercn fi-wncH to which rejMv-i'ntntivp* tho \iiriouii i-tiloni»s interpstcl liave Jicen in vited wii! take j'lfice in Melbourne, to <U'd with the Border Customs qurniiou that rf postal communication with Knc land it is full time that botli subjects were discussed and dral with in a mHiiner eonducive to tlio bes) interests of the colo nipi«. AVitli the smaller of (lie two questions, that of (he Bi.rder duties, there ought to l>e I'tUii difficulty. That these duties *mtft he removed, or so Arranged that they Will li-t embarrass the trade of the river in ohvinu». The system ui.der which the trade of tlio Murray is at. present con ducted is one of the most ridiculous that pun b<> eonceivcd. If a settler a few score <nile» up the river on the New South Wales side desires to get a box of ten or a bat; of sugar from a store in Vic toria, the duty being the merest ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

By hivK*wll»«ev Rip F«rj;<non Tl-wn, Kuijht (Jrmd Gross of llie Wort DiittnguUhcd* order of- St. Micliael 'and fit. (Jeorgo, I'tiptr.inftrrertl end Governor in-Cliief of ilia _ Colony of Qaeuneiaud mi<1 its Dopeudouuitm, mid Vice-Adiuiiiil of the cauie, &u. dsa- &C. IN PITRAUANCK of tlie uutUority io me \czteA, «ii '. in accordance Willi Clio provisions of tbe Act CI Victoria Na IS, respecting tho Aliciinti'in of Cioffn J.nt; llioGovemor aforesaid* with tlie ailrioo of tlm ftxocutivo Ctiuucil. do i.-^ivliy mnify tail proclaim that the following Lotl of Land teiil be oifurel for sale hy public auction, a* tbo undoiinentioned place, at Eleven o'clock on tlie day ajieciliud; at the upset price affixed to eacli lot respectively.. 1/cposit 10 per cent. The dard fee on the undermentioned lots will be charged according to tlie following ecale: Not exceeding 50 acres £1; obovo £0 aud not cxcutdiiig .'JCW aci'as £1 5a.; above 200 end not II ceeding &...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JANUARY [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

THE TENTERFIELP CHB0K1CL®. ? ' PATI I:l'AV. JAMIAIiV 12. 3H7, TIE Appointment of Mr. JOB* DOUBT,as to the post of Treasurer of QueenglmiJ, and his subsequent unopposed election m member lor the important constituency of Castcrn D6wns,. efem to hare- given umbrageto the Brisbane a» to a host of eorreapcodents, who are very likely practising their pom for the political' tournament which mu't com^ fnence in March next:- Never before in the histjry of ibis colony bare questicu* of ench moment arisen to animate or fpejpx, ftrong.poVitiofll antagonism. " My auuVs in jirmf-," f&c., 'mny be assumed as the walcbwoHof half the House, fortbey have ahown great cagcness to brng about 8 dissolution before the tiimv.atad to' throw the oolorty into a stale bothering wpod anarchy. The fuel is alt' prepared' for the coming campaign in the political arena, and members only want to be brought face to face in order to produce the bloce. , Wearc at a loss to know to what pe cnliar circumstances M...

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