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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

Land I; Land II Land I > I WEDNESDAY"; 16ra JANUAUY. W, ©riALLi HAS received Inslrnctions.from Dr. Sachse, toaell by public nuctinn. AT Ma? BUG-DEN'S HOTEL, On WEDAESDAV, the lfiih Instant, Allotim ntH 1, 2; 14, and 15, of beetion 13k Tlit'Sr tiilntble Ai!oiai<iniii «ra Id I lie close vicinit; of Mr. (.'Imk'n bteam Mills, it'id only ui-pmutrd froia tltc pioposed Bailwiiy 'J'eiiniuus by the UUerCVtadsuiine. Thu aliovo Luts u-pri.Boat one square block, having three troutsc*. end are encfuied with a cebst.! uLial.tlireJ-rail ieuce. Upon Allolinontl 1 and 2 ietorected a mibstan. titti Itno;i,j,; [louse, wi*li tiouble l-rlcb chimney, containing five rooms. 7 lie house h*» been rcbitiiiy thoroughly repaired* Thcro are alto a food kitchen, containing tno rooms, with brick tditmitey, ami other ou t-ofilces i tlao a large nrc'uud, Mocked' with a gnat number of tbe choicest fruit trees. Tbe Auctioneer trnuld cull the attention of tlio |iublic tn tb3 sale of these valuable Allot ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BUS[?] EXTRAORDINARY. THE IPSWICH COACH AND MAIL ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

BUS HEAUGING KXTBAOH DIKAKT. i | THE IPSWICH COACH AMf HAIL ECTODEP. ; There was considerable excitement in town yesterday when it bccauio known that the morning coach from Ipswich had beeo"etuek-ttj>" near the Half-way Houro on I bo road down, aud robbed of tbo mail "bag and whatever loose cash the passen gers-by it handed over in compliance with thn demand of tho robber. Although tbcro have been a- fow bushrjugiiig eip'.ils in QctcusUnd, which met with a wholesome check in the capture of tho " Wild Scotchman," a robbery of the . coach on the main road between Britbauo and'Ipswich'' is probably about tho last tliina .that would have been dreamt of. Iii!t Ihp. fact remains that at a distance of tflulva miles from the capital a single, rrmcd'-higluvnyuiaii hag been able to rob the coach, compelling the eubmWtm of thq driver and nine passengera (ciclusive of a lady, also a jiasamger), ono of whom, perhaps, was as well armed as htmeelf. The facts of this t xtraoruituiry robbery, e? ...

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

G11A.N1>' PEMTORBMOVAL. DAVIS, IfAttRTS, IT CO. HAVE much ploaeur'! Iii uuuoonciiig to tile ialubtafitu >11 'Vor-. iek mid the aurronndiiig dlstrii-t, ilii't intend holding from l'BIii DAY,, and: during (li« unsuiug fortulglit, ii tend (gtarojj: Jfaflte,. fiRIOR TO REMOVAL TL) THtlH" ?W.EW recently crected by Mesne. C. F. Merry & Go of Toowooml*. Id order to rrdoce tlialr Stock and In trpt dlte their removal, they 'itvo JOIN i.i'ineH <>o .ifferlng (be «-bb!e of tlielr LABOK i .i.« DBAUTIFt'CLT ASSOBTSU BTOOK. at GREATLY REDUOED F£!C::S, 'with an allowance of Two Slillli..2e Discount |, in tbe PotuiS'on all . a&sat The QRTM dleuini cub will comtneuoe THIS Dili, at t!>* BEK-HIVS BTOuES, 'VICTORIA AND ALBION STEiiETS, 'MI. DAVIS, ilAUUIS, & CO. mHB GltAN'J) rrKA.ttNO SAI.K will J. commence TUIS DAY. and CO'iiiiiue fur a f>rtoigJit. IRS- DAVIS. HARRIS Js CO. A DISCOUNT «f T»II KMflin** in the Pound will' be ullonud on all Cuth Purchase*....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11. (Before the Police Magistrato and C. Clark. E[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

FRIDAY, JASTAET 11.. (Dftforo the Police Alagietnto and C. .Clark. Kfa« J-i'/i I ' BtyfcdE- Rix -wm eauiiuoaeil Jy Philip 1 I, KeiUu Cw^iwjet-. cuUtagV qiiantitf ^ of wheat. Plxiutiff add lr« male bad .greed to eat (tie wheat ul XI per «ore, liat thvy weut away uitliont BnisMug. the job. Onge dismissed. Jo'in Clupmau won aunnuoned by Iloury Drakard, a carrier, for maxe* aniountiog to £13 5i. Mr.. Aildtfuljunka appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Kulli'r for the defen dant. Ttio BeniU ordered the de- ' feadaut to pay the aura of £10 williio a week, in default li> lis irotrisutted fur tvvo I ?noiiiLa iu T^DW'iooiba gaol.v

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

Wanted,: A WOMAN COOK and HCNDItRSS. Apply to Mr*. CHAIILEH CLARK. Mile- End,- from 9 lo I tioud reforeuoei ». quired. 969 Wanted, TTTORNIKIIED SiTi'INtt end BEDROOM Jl for a Gentleman.-.iddresi .' Leonard," Mr. Cartel**, Bono Inn. 984 Wanted to Purchase. TIIR Unrteralgned it ? CA8II Porcbaaer of Uidea. 'Julio w. Wvel, fcherpskitt*, Morns, Uuorn, urn] Gbauk llonea. Bought in any quantity ut (bo highest mar ket rutin. A. MACMAHON, Margaret-street, 182 Toowoomba. To Carpenters. TKXDKItS aio required fur BEPAIBIKG a IIOUSIC in Fitiiioy-strent. * For lurtlioi itarticuljia apply to 083 4 VMEl) HUDSON. £5 Seward. I- oar. . GOLD WA.TC1I. on or about tba J Iptinst. The above reward will ha paid on delivery or the «aui« at the Criterion Hotel, IMVID BURDEN W*r*ick, 7tb 3*a, 18S7. BSO . £2 REWARD" T'OSr, within foot niilciof Tootoom Dlggtnga, JLi - Yiear the border of New South Walea, and auppomd to be travelling in tba diraotiou of ] Warwick, a Bay DitAUQHT HOBSg, with TOll near atioulder, ....

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

,ocft£. \§&tiftHigfltcfe SJnousu MAIL -better* and newspapers In tended for despatch by tba orzt outgoing mail for England'mutt bt posted lu Warwick by Tnssday evening.. McHtciPAL Cuiwcit,.-The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council did not take place on Thursday last, a* there was not n ..quorum. The members In attendsnee wereBii Wor. shin the Mayor, Alderman Gromble, Bon, and Affleck. Ybe weather has continued warm and- dry dnriug the psst week, a eool breio prevailing at nights. The abuadunoe of grata wbch spracg up after the late raius has withered wider the heat ol the sun, and more moletute. . ii now required .to «tlo.ulata a freehiirowttL Obowkson's Patekt rom>&Buc Camr TEST EaAWts.-We are in receipt-of ««lr<>olar-res pecting the above useful invention. .5ftoin the .description, in e»nueoli»n with the di swings, we would recommend those who have to par firm long jonrueya overland to procure one of these tent frames, which, from, its lightnes...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

A Lcojx Blusdkb.-Mmnowxt JUTES NOT ltnOTmiLE BT LlW,-At the last sittings of the Petty. Debt* Court .everal persons were- sum mooed for re fussier neglect to-pity rates then due, - when his Worship the Police Magistrate btated that a difficulty appeared to exist with respect to enforcing the claims, in Bomueh as the clause in the Act referring thereto stated that defaulters were to be .ummnned beforethe "Clerk" insteadof the-" Bench of Ffetty Sessions,'' and re marked that he would refer the matter to the Attorney-General, postponing the oases in the meantime till an answer was received. The Attorhey-Qeneral was ac cordingly written to, but he being absent Mr. Beraaya.went carefully through not 1 only the printed documents* but alto the original manuscripts, and found the error . was made in drafting the bill, which passed through all its' stages without being discovered, and is consequently null: .nd void. Of course tlieerror, cannot be recti fieduntil the House sits again, and' in...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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INTRODUCTION OF PURIFIED WOOD SPIRIT FOR ADULTERATING SPIRITS. (From the Victorian Medical and Surgical Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

INTRODUCTION OF PURIFIED . WOOD SPIRIT FOK ADULTERA TING SPIRITS. {Feem the Victorian Utdicat and Surgical IUmtu, I The readiness with which wood spirit and the spirit called tnythelated spirit (wood spirit and spirits of wine),' sold in shops foT-muVing vurubbei anil the tinctnrer used in veterinary practice, can be deprived of their offensive smell by pasting them largely diluted with water through tabes filled with charcoal, lias led to their being wised with or~e»ld as beverages, and with a very large profit. Spirit* have been M peatctily brought under Oitr Dutioe'in uliieli. . 'a faint suiell of wood spirit could be detected. . It in a quesii iti lor serious consideration whether its iufKoiiuction lies not been at* tended by a great increase in (lie number of "CHOCS of dtlirium trtmen/i in whieh there is » stroni; tendency to commit suicide, and of deaths from serous apoplexy among drunkards. This is the writer's eaperlenco iu caee* from driuhiti^ spirits obtained at l«tv |mbli...

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AURIFEROUS QUARTZ NEAR BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

AVBIFEBODB QUAKE WKA* BBUBAVB. -A telegmta waa received in town yeater day, at*ting thatu The richness of the reef discovered near Briilnnt is now undoubted j the owner of the land, Mr. Theodore ? Harden, intends eendiug tiro tons of quart* to (be Tallin Work* to be tested, preparatory to commencing Cork on a larger ecale. The preaeut teat abowa SI to 15 ounces to the ton. S.X.MenM. The QtuuuOmd Timet aayet-Lane * fnantitie* of land in various parta of the aan&unding district continue to be taken up under tbe new J^eanng Act, the avenge boms about 8000 acre* per week, prin cipally in blocks of from 80 to 2000 oero» each. - .The coantry About Nonaanby seems to be the favorite locality, and aa tbe applications for land on tbe reserve arc numerous a* eoou, aa the extended portion is s'urveyedend placed in the marketH will be speedily Ulten up. It is rumoured that a Government aurveyor paeted through tbe town . few days. ego with instructions to comnence tbe aur vey wjthout dela...

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ARRIVAL AND DKPAUTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

ARRIVAIj AND DKPAUTULIS 01' TIJK MAILS. ARRIVALS. tram Maryland. every Tvetday, at 1 p** 9 and j rv»ty Saturday at C p.m. * «, l>ri*bott* and tU Drayton-, ty I Cobb's concha, every 7W#da»t Thvn* I day, etui ZaturdayxQt 3 p,m, i * Leyburn.viu Tr:"n i. i^th^.eccry Wed* netday* at noon. i>hlAUTURES. For Maryland. auxin*, at 6 ajn., and . . fvcry Tburatlay. at + /. Brwtnnt fp^wi(fr. ,("j prayfcn. 4v*ry Monday, 1 VeJnf^Jay, a^d Jridcy, by CobbU coaeh"<9t «i/ 9 a.m. " Harwich to f^lurrti every Thvr$d*y,at 4 ^' .>(ter* mutt be f ated tit the Cvttntry nJptn >,9]j iour prevtou* t > the ti**e fixed for tb*4 despatch of mailt, tut 'fate letters iciU he r^'#<wrffiD within a quarter of an hour% upon a ff*t. vf a kixaeuny ttamp being affixed to' tath Ittter. . 1 Htictpaptrt are required to be poelfd r.ne hour before the time appointed for closing the mailt* IThe Englitl, mail clout on or about the J<M ?>f every month*

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

WARWICK ARGUS! AND PENTERF1ELD CHRONICLE Id pnMhhed e*«ty Wednesday and Snlurajy moniirga, and forwarded to »1I pwtfl the AuatraliMt colonies, TBRM8 OF 8UB6CBIPTION. Quarterly (in «d*anoe) .... "? Ditto (credit) ii» Order* tmacooinpanfetl by prep»finept willrc" 81^ Maiph, 80lh Jttnp, enth September, apd #l»t December, Subscriber* witbipg to witMf»w_U>etr nunee from tho Hot will be required to forward their resignation (together with all amara) direetto the office aMeatt folirtaen c)e*r d»jr» before tbe pollution pf ptpb quarter. TERMS FOB APVBRTJSING. TwoMnei .*...* * Fonrline* .....».. * ® Mxifne. ............ J Eight line* ? 0 prai^additiopat «*e pr ^ lug* mi displayed iiVertitMnenU u per "JTIibenri discount allowed on adFeiti«ement* ordered for mora than *ix conaecotlve insertion*. Blrilif, (norriagei, or deatiis, 8». each in*ei "?» the abstnoa of written instruction* to the pontrary, adrertUementa will bo iuaerted until ^ASrerttaeiuent* mn*t be *ent In to tbe Office not later...

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

tO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. ir<! % to state tfnt our Accounti for the guarter ?ending Sltt Decanter last arc now in course of delivery, and tee hope they trill te settled icithout the Jfeet delay Time in arrears will kindly oblige us by a prompt eetllbnent, as our requirements must be obvious to them. ggf 77/i* being the proper time for payment of svltcripfions in advance, we trust our friends trill acbnowledgfthe fact by send ing remittances.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

WUEKLY CALENDAR. Jm. 9 30! Weil. Tlwm. Friday }SSUN. 14 nron. lflTOct. , .IMnoh't Age.

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DREADFUL COLLERY EXPLOSION.—2[?] PERSONS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

DREADFUL lO&LTBB* BXPLO SlOtf.-2* PERSONS' KILLKD. t Ail explosion of- it very deplorable fibki'ttcter ji reported frotf' Newcaitle. About nine mOitt from that-town then is & village namtid Chest etle-street, ahdvery Aear to the rillage.it the Penton colliery, Owned by Mesar*. Pfiaton and Co, A .tort time ego- a new seam ofcoal had been opened; and an additional number of ihen ej^aged in working In it day and shifts. At about two o'clock on Wednesday morning, 81st October^ the menontbe nigbt ahift went down to the workings, the usual examination as to the condition, of tho pit- baring been made about two hours before by the deputies, John Grey and Jbnathan Madison. At fire o'clock several boys went down, .and madea'total number of'forty persona in the different part* of tbe pit. At half past C o' terrible explosion occurred, the .hook, accompanying it being so great that the inhabitants of the adjoining: village were roused from their slumbers by it. Immediately afte...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

WARWICK. POLICE COUItr. lWii6mYf. JiNUAnr 10. (iBpfqre tie Police. uingitlfiile, Mcpera. C. ' Clatk>, G. L. PritHn, tr.J. W. l uouip J.I'.'rt. AM.EOED IKKRACIIOS CP TUZ SCAB ACT. F< J. 0.' WtldimK vu summoned by £fipiea M-ji^-ntr, t-heep Iniipeutor, for driving steep ocio.-,s tbe I'uriler frutu New 8uut.ii .rales, wiihout (."'"in/ thencuensary notice. Tlm'e'iid mm t »i t! v t.eurd oil -11)0 8td suet., Binl wn» rro)«,mlcil lor further evidence. K:»lp!< livid, I'aiug -ritrly ny.oru, slated that to w« « f(|i!i.L:vi <il .*. '"...in Crodr; -VII or nj^uikauo 1st - !.?? .?..cJnl'or ii.tii Voting, ni'an cliino' »Lis Msvico s'>il tnH !-til .eaniir'HTSis z UtujIi li:*- run;- lie* (?aid tltcy eiaw friirn (!.« R.ic!.v Itivfr j .wit««s F«ii! iij ought to «?*.«? acquainted, him ofiiio factAelorc the'tbecp «bs c»r liij run ; toW him if lie tvae g'lia;: ii.:» J Qiiee'irfUod Li) «hi nearer the liuundiry than by (taBbing through bia padd'.-cic; be eiiowcd the yo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GLADSTONE. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

GLADSTONE. Jomiarv7. I Tbo pHot ccliooaer rcturoo J ou Saturday with (wo of tbe crow vf llio Jnkeriaau, vriiK-b lmd been- wrecked-on 5'iwt Head Island. Ono mail left llio ialAud M o "'"8y. Slid Ilia into is unknown..

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abriged from the Brisbane Daily papers) ROCKHAMPTON. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

TKLEGUAPHIG NEWS. (Ab>id;cd from tht Uriabane T)aily paperii) HOCKHAMPfON. Januftry 7. Thcro arc two hundred men at work oil (ho Moniisli diggings. It is said they i are doing well. I There ws* a mefie ammifrnt the C'.iviyse nt M.c C'rocodiio dij£gi,i;-a luet weok.. Three hundred were engaged in it. Thrre have boen several rows since between the Tartars and tile Chinese proper. lli-Jay one party burned .down over thirty tents belonging to tho other party a,.d. to Europeans. '. Januajjy 8;, Tbo disturbance yesterday tho Croeodi!o«lig(>in»8 m ob between-tlitf ICuro pp.iiia and Chinese. The Eumpninp attacked the Chinese in the..*lt6riiooif, andcultio by night, and had driveu,:itvay fror.» tho diggings all but a low, who gained protection itr th? houseni' of ^)?Kve ablo Europeans. Many Chinese were injured by tiro etorieBr-tbt,o«rn ntJhf.n ; and their tents vrpre buruod, their hou-.ea ransaekod.ond tlieir property destroyed. An Irishman who led tho attach, was knocked down by a Ch...

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MELBOURNE. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

MELUOURSW. January 8. | Tlio proceed in ch of tno Intercolonial , Cuufercnce'aro being conducted privately. I Mr. T 11. Wilia intends paying a visit to ICnglund with his tcaiu or aborigiftul - : cricketers.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDDNEY. January 7.uEtjy 7v [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

SYDA'Er.. .r.itiuEtjy 7v | Tnere'-wm . [a monster blast on tno. Wcy.toni lluilivqy on' Saturday, l'ortyr "ttmiliOTSHiiU'" mu of rtfefc wsre '<!«. . lodged. Tlie brig Pit- lias foundered iu->BaiBrs .Straits, 'i'ho cicw wero saved,. January 8. ". The want of writer ou the Emu Crock digging* iaro ported as preventing immense yieltle of. gold being obtaiuei from that j pUcQ. . ! Tlie ia&t ycsr'c return of the gold from llie various gold districts show a decreaae of twenty per cent, oil that of tlie pro viorn ye.ir, . Melverton Stewart;, of the Florence Irviugj lias beun found drowned iu tbo Parruuietta - Biver.

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SCENES ON BOARD THE EVENING STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

SCENES ON BOARD THE JSV&KRAO STAB befohe THE WitlicK.-Oi the. Bctines on board tbe Evening Star, after the nlarm < became general, much i:Jglit be said, 'l'here were on board tlu cie.iibitrt) of Prench Opera Company, just arrived in, tho United Stutea from Pari'', and ou tlio. way. South for' the wiuter geaaoh.- A Negro Minstrel-Company wan i\lao on board. The singers, jtiujocrti, and Cory plitSea of- tbe-Opera Couijiany auiueed' themselves and the passengera generally by thair viracity and,by dramatic .repre sentations. Certain won broke into . the T. bar-room of tliphoat, eciufcd tlia liquors stored there, *ndrconveyiiig theji to ,tbu cabins, e&ftutcd aii_org:.« the like p£ ^ie'a . waauever before witnessed. cThe dtunker.. frenzied wretches became partly &uberedr" however, bolore the fiiial 'Jurch,. <iud:i crowded the. upper portion of tht^wreok, in vain hope of teacue by the boats., The ? flijora of the cabins were strewn wil^i ailk ?...

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