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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

WARWICK ARGUS tn THWi'MnnFT/o CHBONICLB IB mHUm4 .rerj Widneiday ">a B«turd»y monOtftTU and forwarded to * 41 part* of I 1TOWI OF SUBSCRIPTIOM. jS: Otln *nmX»<np*nt«d by prepayment will ra il1»> no Q«uten taminato Slet Miurcb, 80th Jw ?Otb SaptMiber, and Slit Decern Wer. 4nlM«»n«*imu*o withdraw their nimoi fnas the lilt wfflfclrreoBlrei to forwjrdthrir ntinuttioo (togrtur with all amin) direct to theeOee at lent fourteen olaar d*yi Mm tin' axplrlUonofeadnwtar. TEBMS TOR ADTEB'i'IBIWO. Tiro line* 1 J Starllne* > 0 ftzUnet. « 0 - - ISAt Hum t 0 Sn^iUllloBd Iw liMM) or ^ ^ and diipUyed *. rfVertiieineata « per allowed on .ImttMneBti laiscOBnoirttTafiiMrtioDi. Birth*. nunbfei, «lr tetti (?> e»Ch inser tion. fa the ataeaoe of written instruction! to the .onfaiiy, rinrtlwaenti will bf iiuerted aatil oannterakiiideS. AdrertUiment* mut be lent In to the OSes Bot liter Iku lot o'clock on Tm«l» itl Pri lw«INiHoaiiUlaliHiKikt«lnlnnlor alteration of edrertlieinenta, nut b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE AND [?] rgus, TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY [?], 1867. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. (Abr[?] from [?] Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

yuikli TENTEBEIELD CHKONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY ]«, lKGr. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. i&brityii from tta Guardtbn.) The P. slid O. Company's miil steamer Bombay arrived at King George's Betind at 1 p.m. on the 5th instant. She lell Gallo on tlie 22nd ? December, at' IQ.80 n.m., m;d arrived two days before t*jir time She experienced fine veaUisr, throughout tlie pnssBge. The Australia^! September mails were delivered in London <on the 19th Novem ^er* Her Mnjo'y is residing at Windsor, Olid is in |.-0(< l:caltb; . Tiio Prince of WbIob has returned to St. Pcttrvbuif;, ntid has received inavksd attention from the Emperor. The Quern has offered the King and Queen of Hanover St. James's Palace as their future residence. Parliament is Hill in recess. The principal questions before the public are tue Hcform agitation and JViiiaiiiim). . BrightV lecturts on Feform agitation ere said to be uncalled for, and do not' represent the mind of the bulb of ...

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

WEEKl.Y CALENDAR. Jen, 16 Wed. | J7l'4'Imrs., li 18'FiMny| 8 lelPot. 5 EOiPON. « 2!|Mon. 6 22Tiiea. I 5 jSuu t ikes, I «. ~ H. *1. 6 . S3 J e. m 6 . fit ' 6 . 54 | fi . 64 ft i 61 ! 6 . 68 1 .Moon'* Agtf.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 16 January 1867

AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY. A correspondent of the Richmond Des- patch, writing from Buckingham Court- house, Virginia, September 6th, gives the following particulars of the terrible tragedy which recently occurred there:—"About   three weeks ago, or more, Mr. Antony Walton, a wealthy mill owner of this town, arose early in the morning, with the alleged intention of visiting his mill and plantation, but suddenly changing his route, returned to the house. Then he found Mr. James Leach (a young lawyer who makes Mr. Walton's house his home during the ses- sions of court) in the room with his wife. The husband at once ordered Mr. Leach out of the house, and forced the execution of his mandate at the point of revolver ;   after which he called for the carriage, and put madam in, sent her to her mother. Nothing further of intereat transpired in the case, except that a bill of divorce was filed by Mr. Walton, until last Saturday, when Leach again rode into town. After at...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Poetry VENICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

VENICE." Again upon tbo lips of ntt It pum i bniliit wotd, VfM*U Hneltjr of ?.mei Sweotaat UiS aaddeat «arth JIM heard ; Once, JtobUi', too, for ab*tum ahone Single Mil lOltrOUl Hor alweyi me pretending woe. Or lurid with the rwk of. 9«r, Bright through the far needing peat The radianee of be^nMM giowa, Ai from the mails of sunlit itu, A path of light aaoendlng goea j And glorlooicTon Is her Ml She sbluee, $f "hen In weetern akin The blooming purple faint* and And all the golden glory diei. Grand wen the old barbario deja When ia her regal apleodonr Uu-om.4 She ruled,-a Ugfat-effulgiog epbere^ By tributary kingdom* «oned^ The CleepaUa of the earth She rereUed then, wlilje on. her braaafc Ibe wealth of all the Orient, J, And Uinta % adoring Weat. NeUa tkoee days «lmli| bar pride Sbe brook'd n<rbrJ4egH>om but the Ml, And blta cough wtawe* aougbt The fatal lmgiog-^to be bee I. ftlA elftae geayittow yet fchrntfc (tow wet light of later time*. 0* eaw aqd haled what, the; ta...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

A Wanted, . WOMAN as COOK «wd LAUNDRESS - Apjily to Mm, tHAIiLtH ILAKK, Wllo Eety frmu S iq, 1, UiKid ,«icreiicwi re- , paired, SG9 PLOUGHMAN. . j WANTED. * filtililliiB *f PLOUGHMAN, ofto >I*ti»ge'« £1*11(1. 1 tie »d«!iii«sr I* eipalile of undeitaMiig nil tlie dutiea cqii. Pttted will) t*nniftg,-AdTHt D.M., OJEce« tf tlilt pi|»r. ' ? ' * , 17 To Be Let, I A*>WO JIOOmed , corjAcn:, *ituAt«d 1 Hem Mr*. Ctit'a ivMdtiuco, Apply <o y Wn.CA.Utt. U , . .. . WiirwlcU, " ~~~ M WO *«li:8i«N»td lAUDUCKS on {ha Witt X wlok Agricultural Bwli te, nliiut 0 aiiUu from TOWN. Apply la ' . ioou : : JOHN AYISXVUSIC. i I ") j i' u ?? £1 10B. Be ward- . y T«tA J"|C1> flew, Tvirp. -ft Vaiirlek, «wi p ilia «*uUiog lit fiUt JiA Yf tl:e SBlli Lluccm bur/oiio tfaf . JWmviu bobl^e, Lniudtd C/U tvcr tthiuftfor; Ital io^t; viie 1lay Mare, bnuai/U ve«r t-biiiiUiei'3 one Gi*y Hume, iiluej j till quiet «ua itcen t£>£etL«r . t . . / ; Vvbottver |»U1 Li)tig , ilie eame to (3. F. Hceiro tlie iu...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDNT.] [[?]EVILLE AND CO.'S TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

LATEST TKLKGUAPK1C nhws FcO&f ODB OWN (joBE ESrOSDNT.] [ejttiVULK iKll co.'h TELEOllAJI.J BYDNfcY. . . January 10. Largo slifuitauU vf Califoruiuu bread* ?tuffs have arrived. The Privy Council tia« appointed the Treasury solicitor iu it* behalf, Iiertraiid'<i counsel having.. appealed, to* the llome Government,. The Souttiera coauhea>hitve been atuck lip by Clwi'e gang. Mr. Garrttt/the luUitUor, ban commit ted aaieide. Ontbe J 7 th, the wool ,«ulei wti.re dull. For good fleece them wun . fair tale.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

STI>.\EV. Jaaunrj 14. j Lite tami steamer ifciabuy arrived liorj at 8 oV'iidt lust niglu, anil tlio Ulamautim started uii liour lulur with the Queecslani purl ion of the limits. Cululo, Llie piauit,!, lius been killed on board liio dleamor nJeliudra, bouuii Tit Melbourne. Tue.uiurderof Carfull's party by Oiark'a gang of Uushranjjera it likely to caus.a llio timmiflfMl of soma of ttie puiice force. A iiiruier named Connor )ian murdered a scrraut man near Bathitrat, A privata telegram reports llie (stoppage of- the Bank of ludia, Cliin^, And liin doataii. January 15. Five thousand pound* re'.vard bos been offered fur the arrest of the murderer* of Carruli's parly Over £300,009 worth (f Now South Wales debentures have been sold, in Lou don at &5Jr, A conspiracy smongit the ^prisoners to blow up a portion of the Duriingliurat yaul ban oooii discovered. fisher's stores, at Grafton, haw bieii burned. Clarlt'ti gang of bushrangers attacked the gold escorf yesterday, but weip'ro ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE January 10 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

ADKIJA1DB, .-> January 10.. Tlio nuukeU ore uuiettled. . \\ lieut (g quuled lit 4a. and Sj.Od. prr tlUbhrl,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

MELBOUHNR. Th» wool shift iferculeatiaiT called witli (uliea for JJaiv Tlie Ui»r^.#O44'gr«ji0i i^oa coded, tilC mult iHiing Purlmmuut haa resumed its sittings, the Governor i>eiug jmuout. . " '

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

AGENTS. To folflowing finllnn fatri be«m. appolnioii A|wto (or thia paper, and art mlnind la NHin Mbwriptiraft Mi adrettieeroegts: Bfihtet A. Cuwit. BHahaaa ... Oimuiil Bu& Maryland . - - V Habdv Testerfield U. Wiluoil Printed and published l>y Vimci Urocele* Mil proprietor, at tin " Aim" Office, Albieu iltnl, Warwick, in tin culonj' of (Jueeimlnnd* aud alio puMiatied at lluna-atrcet, Tenter field in the colnf of New gontli Walt*. Batwdnf, Juwti; II, ltscr.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE ENGLISH MAIL RETIER'S EXPRESS. (From the Sydney Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

THE ENGLISH MAIL REUrivB'd JSXPJUM. (Fron til Mr. Vercton, of Victoria, hag boon mado a O.H. Ilia mission to Kng'iaJ, uokin^ Iho GoveruuiiJiil to furnish a training ship nud nn armour-plated l'rigntp, io serve as a neucleus for a system of naval defence for thu Australian Colonics, ];aB been completely successful. A complimentary dinner was given to Mr. Verdun, at Willis's Itnuma, on i|>o 21st NirtemVer, liy Australian colonists -resident in London. Mr. Ciiiliieiw, in tlie cliuir, supported liy Lurd Carnar ron, M.P., oir -John i'akSiigtnii, Lord Alfred Churchill," Jlr. Vanderbei'^h, Geu&ral Muuarthur, Sir Daniel Cooper, Burt., Alderman Hope, and gentlemen from all the Australian colonies- In re turning tlm tiks for the Navy, Sir Join) P/ikinntmi elated that it had beea iris duty to accede to the request of which Mr. Verdon had been the bearer^-that the mother country should do for her colonies in Australia, iu regard to naval defences, what at' pronent they we re un able ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CONTINENTAL [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

coxmuNrAt. Mcinbecs of the IJeutrality Ooimmasiofc have 'j3ja appointed and tho withdrawal j «f lb.) Pr=:icii imps fioin Home has com- | meiiivj. i fV'.nfc uismarc!; lias recovered from bp V/OIIUil. Preparations have l»a»ii ordered _;bjr tYance fur withdrawing their troupsfroip Mciio. Tfie Marquis Mnustier lias assuredly | Grns that tlia French troops wiil l«a*B ilexicu in March ncsj. j The popular role £ur the annexation if Vi-diis to Italy showed 011,558 in favqr _ of tlia union, and only 69 votes against it. * A Mynl decree has sineo been issued for* I HiaJljr incorporating the near provinces will) tiic Italian Kingdom. J liin^ Victor Emmanuelentered Venice amidst the indescribable enthusiasm of tl|p. people, and llis Majesty has since visited the other chief towns pf Veuetia, f T'io French troops are to leave Unite an the lltli of December. It is believod that the 1'mperor Maji . milian has abandoned Mexico, and it is. Known that he suddenly lelt his capital An the 1st of Octobe...

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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

Am ETON MASTER.-Keate'a predecessor bad hi:li)> the ccigor alack. IBs polled them ap sharp. The boya kicked, and them: wu m trial of stssagtb- Varioua sought pmotiosl jokes wen played on. the offvv mastes. He wa» Mljr short,. »cry styuai»,.and meoiiibiteimtb an immeua duotorial govDw Qua daj. they screwed op tlie- door ol bit desk. He oomss into sehool swaggering, Soda it fask«»-a>vigprous shake in vain, In an. iostsnt he appreciate* tba situation, Isys lib 'band ou the top of the door,, end,. in spite of the gown, vaults into bia plaoe like a. boy. (Cheers bonk the- public-s growl fsom the monarch in bii dsn.} Auotbsr time . mastiff was chat up in hi* desk. In be baitltjl,. and the dog instantly flaw at him but tba ppu of the reversed geoUatnao. waa fiareeD than tlia brute's, one took eeut bint flying among the rank* of bi« friend*, and the lesion weut otu Be multiplied absenoes, and re sistance increased, i was atanding by bia while be was calling tba roll, when * etune as b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridge from the Brisbane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (A hi id got from the Dtitbant Daily paperi.) KOCKiuairroN'. January 14. MViiliaui M'Caui, oue of the rimer?, was committed fur trial to-day, aud bail was refused. The t'oilr remaining prieouerd vera rcraauded unlil Wednesday nest. The n il .io?s who was committed fur con tempt of ciurt on Saturday was discharged to-day. Thq disturbances oa the diggingi have j infrrruplot] the working, and last week's | yiald was therefore *malL

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

WKEK.LV CALRNDAH. 4*u. in|ivc'd. l7|Tltvrs. 20 SUN. 21iMcn. 2-'lTimg. Sun «t*J

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MADAME JUMEL (From the New York Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

MA.ftA.ME JUMEL. I iFr+m ike Ntm York FiroM.i Madame Jotael died in Saw York city on,the lAtfa July, 1865^ at the age of 91 yearn. She left an aetata valued at a inil lion dolUn m more-mostly landed pro perty and booaeaia this eitj-the bnlk of which aba be%neatbad by will to variooa charitable ioititntioni, and bat little of wbieb ww left to bar relatWee, or tlioct wbo elaim to ba bet Balalwee and lawful beira. AB ia nanal undee anobriraumataocea,, tha keira bare reeoWsd to eonteat tba will, tli# ground af aontert in tbis caae being tbat tba will waa made daring tba Uat daya of tba teatator,, whan bar Mental eapaaity Bbfitted bar for ancb aa act; tbat it waa ia | direct oppoeitioa to a will previonaLy ma da wbeu aba waa ia aoand mind, anil tbat it waa mala at ike inetlgation and nnder tba iuBoeuae of interested partie* having no re latioa by blaod «i marriage to tba teetator, and to when eba waa «nder ao obligation* whatever. But it 1a not ao mack tba will itaelf, or tba aaout af {p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

" During tiie year {here tiavu been thirty committee meetings. tweiity-eeVi-u and tbreo sptvul; tlnvj ul' wiii j | !?.piod IV.i:a waul HI a quorum. Th») f >1- j lowing list shown tliu auojJaiicd of eucli J camiaitiecinau:- ' j THb Prrffiid- nti'U. Clm-k Ewj ) .. 13 j Ven. Ai-o1jd»nR'in Wlonnia 21 ' tier. J XValUiu (resigned M«y 2)... 4 I Ke<\ Tho». Kiob'«i<>r.l ... .. 27 Hut. Dr. 0«nf ... .. ... S I Hp*. 0. lVi!e»(»l«ctud JI»y |Ji .., K j M". 5\ liud*oii ... ... ... ft 1 Mr. tt. II. Hroiru ,.f ,f ,.t '»| Mr, I). liuif'loii ., . ... 11) Mr J. MKenchio " I i Mr, <i. Cl.irU., " ., H . Mr S. Kvmideii ., .. ... 3 t Mi. S. Sluyor (rcsisLei Juiis II).. 6 i Mr. 0,( L. Prstteii ) r.lcotoi 2- 1 Mr. J. I'. White, jan f Jiluo IS 7 Mr. J. Ft. Uns (Truwuier) ... ll! *' Your committee liave deemed it neccs snry that Homo of tiie preseut rules hIIOUU be revised, and tlirea added, which tbey unw present for your approval. [Tho whole of the rules, as amefiiiieil...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[BY ATLANTIO TELEGRAP[?]] New York, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

[Br ATLANTIC TELEUKAP ..] New York, Noveuibt-r 22; | mo auuune oi me united otaiea uu vcrnment, and the arrival of General Cjhteliuiu, have decided that luu Emperor in to quit Mexico. , Tlio luteat telegrams by (lie cable are to t ic 24lb November, but umn.uiioi mrtli ing important. Tlio latent umil aiUii-ea ui o to tlio 14t!i. The re|uliUe,u\a carried New Jork State, Governor Fcnton ob taining a majority »f 10,OM votes. (lie republicans were also Buoce-saful in New Jcraey, Verjiiunt, Michigan, ami Massachusetts, wliile tlio Democrats gained Maryland nnd Dolaware. r i-fforla were malting to eltecL acorofro mif.e between President Juliimou and tlie Congreas. Odiieral Duller, and John Morisey, a priza-fighter, kayo been, elected ineuibcra of Congress. Tlio ate.iuier Sasquolianuah li-id left New lork to cunxey Oeneral Sherman and Mi/lister Campbell to Vera Cruz, or sum a otiier Alexieuii port, to meet Juarez. Sherman will remain a sufficient time in Mcxico to establish Juarez's Govern ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE SEIZURE OF THE TORNADO. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 January 1867

| THE SEIZOBH OF !THE' TO^NlDO. Tit* subjoined narrative of bo* the Britiahetaaa«bip Tornado to seiwd by the Spanish fcigata Cknwa, off Midairs, and of wh»t.'tr4at»«l Iter crew faavaiinee received'at prisoners, ia extra otsd feu * private letUr that baa reached England from one who, waa an eye->»itnsss of tbs oaptute, and Who hat suffered the treatment described. The Tornado now lies at Cadis. Here «. are in a terrible fix, and when we are going to get ont of it I am not able to say unless our Government protect*- as, wbioh it has hitherto failed to do. We arc treated M if we were criminds or felons, without being guilty, or even charged nitb any imaginable crime. We are kept in complete asrkneai iteris,' and no die 'ii allowed to visit uk Only lately haTO wo been allowed to write at all; and auw we , are obliged to tend out kUaia opto on .bore to tb# Captain«<3sDe»l'» ofive. I suppose fcom. ibiatkat ii i* at bis tptioo. whether tbe; axe forwarded ot not. We u»y be oet...

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