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WRECK OF THE EVENING STAR. T1IB EVENING-SXAtt. LOSS OF UPWARDS OF 250 LIVES. (From the News of the World.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

WiECK. 01? T1IB EVENING -SXAtt. LOBS- OF UPWARDS OF 250 LIVES. (From the Jfetet of the World.\ The particulars-of the lugs of thesteam- j nhip Evening Star, of the Jiew Yorkjiud New Ofleana liue, have Leen given to the ! public at last-having been derived frum the ctatcuioute of- two or llirto of tlio \ rescued passengers, and of tbe purser aud - chief engineer of- the ship, Tire story of the disaster,, told- in the simplest phrase,. is fit to inave the heart of the most card less and most worldly. The-Evening Star left new York, "on the 27th September. ; She had'stiff weather until the close of. (the mouth'. On the let October a breeze 'set .in, which had tbe effect only of bring liiig out the rarely-used suiluig.power bf Jt|ie steamer. The breeze giewiuto a uale, whict continued with increasing' -farce*, 'until noon of.the second, wben it-became , .a hurricane. The engiueB became prac tically useless, and the vessel was tbrpvfti ?iirtu the . trough of the sea.. At four iu ?the aft...

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

The D: D: Qaxettt give* the folio-* i«[j particular* of .Crowa l&6ds- in' -tho Toowoomba district, advertised to beisoldi at the Land Officii Toowoomba, oirThnra* day, the 21th iaiUnt:-*' There (tro ninety country lota to be sold.aud they vaiy ia area from seven to thirty-one acre*, tbe average being about twenty acres. The - land it a. portion «f-a large bloek of about seven thousand acre* that' has been1 «ut* veyed, and which is situated about a mile treat fram tbe racecourse, four miles froui; Touwoomba, and /atber uearor to Drayton,. but in a uorth-weiterly direction, from' town.. It adjoins what ia known, es Peecby's estate, and lies lietiraea the vet- ? terly extensions of the Drayton eud-. T< owoomba Agricultural Beservn.. Tbe Warwick Railway now in the course of' construction will pass through the ccctre of the block in question. The lain ia lightly timbered and well adapted for agricultural purposes ; whilst its valno is increased by being so near the tow...

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 — 12 January 1867

AGENTS. 4 Tm following Gentlemen hare been appointed ftpenta for tliia paper, and are authorised to receive subacriptiona and adrertiaenients: Sydney - . . - A. COBITT. Driabane , ? ? GRBVILI.E & DIED MnjhuJ . . - W Htasi. Tenterfield G. Vnuoi. Printed and publialie.l by PATRICK LitreITTB sale proprietor, attbe *' Arena" Office, All.icu .treet, Warwick, in the colon; of Queensland, and alau publiabed at Houae-atreet, Tenter field ia the colony of Now twmtb Walet.-? Mlunb)'. January 12, |867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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FEARFUL STORM AT LIVERPOOL —WRECK OF THE SUNDA, AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 January 1867

FEARFUL STORM AT LIVERPOOL - WRECK OF THE SUNDA, AND LOSS OF LIFE   On Monday-evening from an early hour, and up to Tuesday evening, there prevailed   a heavy gale from the westward, and thd damage to the shipping in the Channel is of a serious nature. The Ship Sunda, under command of Captain Lemon, sailed on Monday from the Mersey for Aden, with a cargo of coal, in tow of the steam tug Sea King. Through unforseen or unexplained circumstances, the vessel in proceeding down the Formby Channel, struck on the tail of one of the banks and, notwithstanding the exertion of the Sea King, opposed to a ebbing tide, the Sunda stuck fast on the bank. The   wind at the time - between five and six o'clock p.m. - was blowing hard, and as the tide receded, a terrific squall struck the ship, and heeled her right over. The   tug - boat, which had remained in close -   attendance all the time, managed to a certain extent, to close with ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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UP AT SALT LAKE. (From the Athe[?]um.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

DP AT SALT LAKE. (Frm (he Athtnaum.) Caiy a few years bra elapsed since men read with wonder of tbe march of (ha Mor mon* from flourishing Ntavoo to tbo deso late Salt Lake. That Hegira as it hM .1M been called, baa been compared with the Btarob of tbe Israelites, and one named altnoit u marvellous aa (be otfasr.. Wa may, perhaps, best understand wbat pro grata baa beea made ainoe tbe weary feet of the eurvivora among tbe Latter Day Stints first trod tbe tbeD arid ground, whioh wa* to them aa a Land of Promiie down to the present time, by a glance at a Mormon newspaper. The Salt La le Daily TOegrajA (for September 12) ia now befota tie, end in its advertisements, paragraph*, and general-intelligence, it above tbat tbe autriot is la oo digno lofsrior to in? locality where ricbea, civilisation, and pleamnt battle* of life aboond. In tbe ad. vertiaementi, " Transportation Lines" rival each otber in aedndng traveller* to trait themielvea for a journey of a thonaand miles or ao, eaoh lin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RITUALISM—SCENE IN NORTHMOOR CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

BITUALISM-80ENB IN NORTH MOOR OHIJBOH. The Sridgtwater Mercury BEy«:- vu Sunday, the 38th October, Mr. Hunt, the incumbent, commenced the morning ser vice eoon after eleven .'clock, by which time the church was nearly full. Seated in the church were three police constables. Outside was Mr. Superintendent Jeffs, who watched the movements of about fifty persons assembled there, it wm be lieved, with some unlawful and malicious design. The service proceeded for a tame in the ordinary way, when it was suddenly interrupted by a great commotion being observed near the door, followed by a loud bunt of laughter and a stamping of feet, the evident intention being to create as much noise as powble. The cause of this tumult was the entry into the church of two women and four men, attired in 'What they designated their 'vestments' These consisted, for tho most part, of several pieces of paper, either pinned or sewn together, in the form of ft clonk, tuid intended to represent *a cope, similar t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

Th» VMtliw l«i til tHgfrtty itomty ihw our lait, after iboit > nOKtk'a drought, «UA pwchti tb* gi»u. Tb* nic, htwnw, km »ot yet b**n flttllfal eaoD(k, ui th» Mktfp. will «nffar oouldtrabiylragi-tbtdri ni^r, Kuan. FU«*U*, PmUim* «oHw|S|Uy es: Mblt*d*piM*«f <ju*iU,**Oon.UyohUi»»d In the idtkbo«AtDtillil|tli which U on* of the richtat ^rolnen* of £oia,-h»ripg q«wtc tint»». bag* u»iv Vie t«*tl walgh* la«o<ji»tUpf oweftmr mwai,tnil it ni4i}ad'bf tyepana oompttcut to jadge that the (co^ortton o( gold U eojiitdprmbty mare llun .n*Aalfof tb* Wa nndjwatand that it will b* on »!.».' iU Sbun. stub lUbment taOift a*d th»t ' W w(B Juuded OT*r to tl*) ftutoo«t» <tirn*e fa, 'tha awning An cipfllent opportnnUr 1» tbtu afbrdad.to. tbP*^*iui ari «o«p)is*J *#- ta (hp riftbppm. of. qnr gold-tfelfe, for iufp^cttng «tpe*impnthat, Ifom iM obtfMter,, MWl to indip«(a tb*. osfitanq* of* gold Md'in. loqilltywber* tf W finuidMeCran'trv

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE YOUNG WIDOW ON A SLEIGH RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

THE YOUNG WIDOW ON A SLEIGH BIDE. Itii summer now, bat it was winter, clear, oold, and the snow was finely picked. Dr. Meadova wis one of a eloigning party, which he describes, so far as be and the young widow Lambkin ware conoetosd, in tbe words following. The lively widow Lambkin sat in the sleigh, under tbe same buffalo robe with me. *' OU! ob I don't!" she eroUimcd, as we came to the first bridge, at tbe same time catching hold of my arm, »nd turning ber veiled face towards me, while her little eyes twinkled through tbe moonlight. " Don't whatP" I eeked, "I an not doing anything." .' Well bat 1 thought you were going to take toll," replied Mrs. Lambkin. " Toll," I rejoined, " what's that f" " Well, I deelare I" cried the widow, her clear laugh ringing oiit above the music of tbe bells, " you pretend you do not know whet toll fit" " Indeed, I don't then," I said, lsaghing, " pray explain, if you please." " You never beard then," said the widow, most provokingly, "yon never beard ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A NEW PLAN OF QUARTZ, CRUSHING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

A. NEW PLAN OP QUARTZ, CRUSHING. . Per some years past many of the mines W this, u well u neighbouring States, which for years had afforded a rioti and regular yield, have failed to produce like reaulta, and in coosequenoe their Mock fell in the market. The direct cants of this failure ¥ii attributed, and still- ia by many, to deterioration in tlie rock. Tfaia was T' ®J°"e of the failare of the workings of the Mariposa estate, which involved a large outlay, and damaged to a greater exteut than oau be estimated in dollars and centa. ? ". mining intereata of tbe Pacifio coast! For several years past experiments bare been made in an entirely new mode of ex trading the preoioua metals, and six or seven years' arduous labour has brought the same to a perfection that will, we think, lend great zeal to mining operations. It b«» been well known that the rock of Josephine and Pice Tree mines of the Mariposa estate did not yield under the wet crushing process, and tbe workings of ordinanr qua...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridgtd- from tht Btitbant Deity papers.) 1 UOCKHAMPTON. 1 January 9. JVilin Stone, Jeremiah Q'Sullivnn, Join Sullivan, Robert. Keunelly,. William M'Cnul, James Donornu, Abraham Solo mons, Daniel Gaivin, and Andrew Spon ger, miners, were charged at ttie Police Court to-day with riotously burning and. demolishing certain houses belonging to Cliinese at Crocodik) Diggings, No evi, deuce was taken, and all the- prisoners wcro remaudcd, bail being refused. The police have again gone out. to appieher.d other men concerned in the riot. AH is quiet st (he diggings nndjhe Cliinese are returning. ' BO WEN. ' January 9. Tho guarantee to the finders of gold on Mount Wyatt has been satisfactorily ar ranged. A large cumber of persons are leaving for the diggings. . Great hopes ore entertained of tUo results of. a farther ! . prdspoct.. SYDNEY..... | Januarys;. The resignation of the Hon. Henry Pitches, Colonial Seeretrary ia rumoured. January 10. 'Che weekly wool soles were v...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

hO SVJiSCRJSEDS AND ADVER-. TISEBS; J?> bey to fMti that our Accouhfi for &tt quarter ending 3 W December hit are HOW in rottrte rf delivery, and tee kfpe they will l»: .-rifled without the. Irett deify Those in oirrars tcill kivdly Oblige tit htf a jnompt settlement, at our riyuir.eoien.tt must hr ahrious to theni j Ij^g' This heist j the proper time for paypevt \ of ttilisriiptiont in advor.ee, tee trutt our \ fi itvtlt trill achtotcMgc tie fact by tend- j inq retnit/micet. '. . - j

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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OREGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Warwick Argus, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

OlUQiNMi COaBKSPQNUENOE. The R&itwr will not be retpontible fo«. ony 0pi~ wiont or viiwa txpretnd by CerfttpondenU, ami toiU glwaye reject pertoual communica lio"t unlet* on subjects cft public importance, atid guaranteed by the tig nature of the author. To thi Editor ./ Iht Warwick Argui, 8m,-As various rumours bare been in- j circulatiouthe past fortnight with refer- I encc to thediscovery. of a new' and rich reef at the:' T&lgai. diggings, you will, perhaps ho, goad enough to insert this note (?which . I write by desire of the cold com mtBnianbr, G-. W. Eliott, li»<j ) for the in formation of parties interested. . A leader ?r Tew of gold, bearing quartz, has Veen discovered b? Mr, 3. Dodd, on the saddle 'of the (spur connecting the ?? " N««r Ohiim Hill." with the *' Monte Cliristo," a^d Td?j good specimens bare been obtained^ .-The work doopaayet is not, liDjivevifr, sufficient, in toy opinion, to enublejui^'bne to'calculate witjf certainly on tliesiisl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

P.T" 0* advertUementa and general loml; | matter bare neoeesitaiej the deletion of leading article. us wall m eome Interesting items of mil- A* far telegrnsit Que . ..ems to have farj-oUtnoe altogether, asjvfll. at out srijaoent contemporaries who are mek- "? lag the aawe complaints,, Anuitnitti are now pending .which will plaoa tbe Argut In®, position to via wilh any other provincial; .journal, and wb|eh wehope our uurocroni iriends'will appreciate. ii'EwXMeoLVEKi.r-PairkkUdd^vrUejbaa,. etorekeeper. . Ntw.CoKMiseiqN or, in Ptacr.-AiJmiira-.. Plait OaulU Kztraordtnafy w»i tunedon. ' Wedne day last, containing a reviled list of. the Queensland Commission. of tba Pfnee. The Courier. fbmMiai.'k' lift of the names, that have bun omitted,, from which. we pnb."" liah tbe following, eeixdng ewmotid with, thin district: 1 Bloom field Robert. Pika'i Creek. Warwick t)atldson Gilbert, Osnnlng JDowns, Warwick: tleathoote Artbor Spencer, Pike's Creek The following names hive been added toiiic, -...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT. Tv£BBiTi Jmm 15. ' (.Sffore Cbai. Clark,Egq., J^P.) . George Pearce appeared* under warrjriit fnwpthe Ipswich Bench, charged, wittl^b-, Mining good* under falne preteneci., Mr.. AlUenbrooke appeared on behalf ofiAbe' prisoner, and produced' his bank p&sfebltak for the inspection of h Worship, >rtro! said thatthe evidence it oouldafford Iras of no value. The Sub-inspector of Police, applied that the prisoner be remanded to Ipswich. Ba l waV allowed, self in 1540;'] add-two sureties in £20 each, prisoner to ' present himself before the Bench at Ips wich on Saturday, .the 19th i»Bt . - After the business of the Police Court was concluded, an adjourned inquiry «n held before the above magistrate as to the cause of a fire which took place in Want ' ley-street on Wednesday hut. It seemed that a house was being erected by Mr. S. Marshall, carpenter, at.d when he and his men were atdinner two pile* of wood were set on fire and about £10 worth destroyed. A ma...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

Wanted, A WOMAN M COOK and LfcVNDKEHS. Arpl/ to MM. CHA.nt.eS CL.Att£. UK* End, from 9 to 1. Ootid refmqou re quired. MB ? ~ f" Wanted, FlfHNISHICD, SITma anil BKOROOM Car « Gentlcmfcn.-Addroi» "tmuri," Mr. OtrtwVljafr Ipn. . . |t.; ? . . Wt . tAfourriutM. - Ttllt. 1i' a CASH of Bidet, Yafloi'. WuoVMMjieMua, Horai, Hnoh, ant SfcabMtoiiea. "7 Ooaglrt is Mjnfiu&tit/jat mt let rate*. ? ^ A- JUACMABON. jMatfcarat-rtraet, IBS ' Toomohab*. mm -(I ? 'j ?? A.im . .1 W«nrttik;8oa^taL VTOTtCK ii gWm tiitt the ANNUAL W bENllAL MEETIKa af the Qorer twrl of tilt tbort iBttjtatloe wl.l be beld inth* Ooort UoaM, on THURSDAY. January 17th. 1867, at 6 o'clock, fi; In. for the purjjoae oTbesr Int Iba Comaitttae, Medful, and TMimtA Baporta read: ftr tfca JUeetkm of rreetdent, Treamrer, georetanr, and V^flnrolttee tor Hw correal jaer| and al»o fur confideKflg pnopoied alteration* In tU iialei. tfotnlaattona Vt Uandldetaa far Office will l»>a to be aent Id tin hmtur, in trrilinr, so or baton ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK MUNCIPAL COUNCH. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

WAliJVICK. MUXiCfPAL COUXbii* | A general men inn <>f tliia btfiiy wna j held in the Town 11 ml on Monday la>-t, j J'reientU in Wnmhip the Mayor ; ! Aldermen Urnwn, Itoas, Affleck, Kvenden, I and Crotukie. j The niiuutes of the previous meeting j were read'and confirmed. I COHftESFONCESCE, I ' A letter addressed to the Colonial j OPrcnnnrer was read, applying for tln ir ! quota of the proceeds of land «al<<g effected I in Warwick during the present year. The following letter was read from flio Public Works Department, with the accompanying copy of a letter from, the Surveyor-General, having referenced.tlie extension of- Grafton-street to. the. Gon damine: " Department of. Public Lands, " Brisbane,. December 21,.ISGfr. " Sir,-Referring to you:* letter of 2nd instant, Upon -the subjnet of the extension of Griifton-ntreet tlirough the.- Polioe.apd; Telegraph, Paddocks to the* River .Conda miu^.I.bava been directed tn acquaint you* that, under the ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

Mr. Joseph. ITateV, veterinary eurgeon, who «ri)t lb Ipswich pji Wednesday, for the puqtQse of ewrqiiiing certain bursts who ran at tjie Cbrjatntaa inhering In that ton#, wi|h refereupq tft .ilieir »ge-the pqipt in dirpute iiicertaipprotestii ^nteted against ft e hprsef-re^upjpd <4 l)ri» batie IflaL evenipg./ffe. wpocta tihat routine, the wippjr of t|)e Maiden I'lafe and othri; raC^ls .ri^ioe, eiji joar*, and therefore die tip^titled, aocorilhig to the {ujei of tl»p $e#ti Australian Club, to ruji a* 4. four-IWW olf^afc£h«jatma«. Thus decision is a somewhat import ant one, .a a grot ileal of "poney, depended upon it Mr. Totea rcparteit tjim t|be other winners lie $x*mine4$l#> nan wjtb weights ' according Jotlreip »ga,-Omtrtam. -3V The excitement About the Bulimba, goldfidd haseaused WnnJ^ parties to cut tro«i>ecting ijo, $he neighbourhood q( lirubane, sod rumours of rich' prospeqte. have been plentiful eooligti. One.; w.biph we beanl, yesterday appear to be mope reli...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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nAGENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

AGENTS, Thx following QanHamsn hare been appointed. Agent* for thb paper, and an authoriied (a-. leotW* anbwrlpUoni and adrertlaemuita: Sydney - - - - A. Guam. Briibana ... Obctilu ft Bixn Mainland . . - W Hun. Twteifield . . . 9. Viuin. Krlnted and pnUbkad by Pateiok Hitchii, ?ol* BtanMor, at the " Ann" Office, Albian. atntt, Warwick, in lift Mlonycf QneeniUiid,. and alio pnUinhad at Borae-atraet, Tantar. .aid ia ua Oalany of Haw Saatb Vala^ WtdaHdaf, Janaary 141MT.

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THE WARWICK RAIL WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

Ilia WARWICK BAIL WAY .»? "V A minute of the. proceedings of llie Executive Council he}d at Government. House on tba l-tth instant, js published _ m a' Supplement to the Qovarnflteitl . QaXette ot last .Saturday..., Ilia Excellency tbo Governor laid before tlio Council an nddrtxk rOccutly presented to him, and signed by nine inciubws of tba l-iegisititive AssemMy. The prayer of the adiireos wns that, fur the reasons assigned in the for-' liicT »(l<iraRH, pri'sented on the loth'- No voMibur ultimo, the construction of the' rnilwftjt^rtweon Tuowoomba and Werwicjt . may be discontinued, .and also that the Colonial Parliament mar be summoned?!*)' meet for the despatch ot bXitsitiesR aiv t&O. 12th January iii»taivt. . The Governor entered at some'lgngthY into. tlio subject,, Rointing out that he - eould^not have acceded to tlie request to . - convene Parliament threes eioiitbs'eorlier tliuu-usual, except by the advice of his . constitutional advisers, uuless iMopcaredt...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

AKRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THK MAILS. / RRfVA f.S. Fttm Varyhnd* every Taend.iu, at 1 pjm% and every Saturday ct 0 /km. " })ri*>hoi,v on I Ipswich, t in Droy1ort by Cobb'i coacht*, every Tuetday, Thurs day, and Saturday, at 3 /mi. h lityburn, tia Ihlq «* * iygitigt.rvery Wed* ttetday, at neon. IWIARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 ti.mn end 'very Thursday, at i p.m. Hrithnnt and /ptirirh, *'M Drayton, every Monday, Wednesday, 'and Friday, by Co&fc'f enffthn, til V a.m. «, Wanoick to Jjfybrtrfi, every Thunday, at 4 tf.WI. XJi. - filters muht be fo.-ted at the Country . rtjficrg half Mn hour pret ' u* t* the time fixed far (h* despatch of mailt,-hut late letten will be rertirtd to tcithui a quarter of an hour, upon a ftr of u sixpenny ttamp being affixed, to ««<4. letter. Netwpaprre ere required to be potted one hour before the tine appointed for cloeififl (he made. The' Rnglikh mail clceee on or about the 17th of every month.

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