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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

brntUtmuts* Wanted, A WOMAN u COOK and LAUNPBES8. Apply to Mrs. CJXABLE8 CLABK. Mile Sao, flrom 9 to 1. tiood references re quired. 869 PLOUGHMAN. TJJTANTED. a Situation M PliOUGHMAN, W or to Manage » Farm. Tbe advertiser il nnMt or gulgittklng nil tbe duties con nected with fanning.-Ad ress D.M., Office of this papsr, it To Be Let, ATWO-UOOMED OOTTAftE, aitn&tad near Mi*. Carr's tosldeuoe. Apply to Mr*. OABB. It Wsrwtalc. TO LET, TWO well-gruied PADDOCKS on tbe War wiok Ag {cultural Baservts, about 6 miles tiorn Towa. Apply to idob' JOHN WINSTON®. £1 10s. Reward. CTBATED fi«n) thel'own of Warwick, on id tbe evening of SUNDAY, tbe 88th Deoem hr, one Bar Bare in hobble*, branded O/O tver W near ehoulder, foat at foot; «us Bay Mare, brand' VfO bear Aoulder; one Grey Hone, brand DV near shoulder; all (jutel and ^ vShoerer will tiring the eatne to 0. P. CUMMINQ, 0.f\Ki will receive tbe auove toward. January IB, 1667. 18 £6 Seward. LOST, a GOLD WATCH, on or about tbe latinit. ' T...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

Tan OBLIGATIONS OF INDEBTEDNESS.- i Some time since Mr. l3s»more Edward*, j a gentleman tolerably well known in literary ciroles, was uufortnuate, and unable to pay his debts. Hit crtditi.rs executed A legal release, and cuupled with it an ex pression of tlieir eynipai hy with Mr. tiidivards under Ilia misfortunes. Subse quently Mr. Udwards had better luck, and having paid ail lie used, though be was not legally bound to do e«, liit crediters and fried Js, on tlie 2.9th October, presented liitn with a guid watch and chain, to mark their sense uf hie h«uoural>le conduct. There was a dinner at tbe Albion, in IMerrfgute-street, ou the occasion, and atnmjr the compuny w*s Mr. "licid, the Chief Constructor of the Navy. Mr. Ed wards' health having been JrU' k, he said, in returning thanks he wan sorry that the .instanced were no few and ao rare of per sons acting iu th<: manner in which be bad dme. Turce t iia (« had actatted bim first, duty to himself; eccoiidlj, duty to hi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

(LO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS, W* beg to Hate that our Accounts for the quarter ending 81st December last are nou> in course of delivery, and vie hope they will be settled wUhout the least delay Those in arrears will kindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, at our requirements must be obvious to them. This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, toe trust our .friends will acknowledge the fact by send ing remittances

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 — 25 January 1867

THE WAEWICKAKGUS AMD IBNTEBFIELD CHBOlfrCLE 1' AvttnllMiaalsnlM. . : TJJBMS OF 6UB6CBTPTION. w; . ^bjV»W»entwia n M.rok80th Jut. trwn(£el tilirfiMMllBtWWM1 ^riwttkwof-chS-»***. ' TEBM8 FOB ADTBE*IBINO. T«oU»M I J SfflSr..::::::::::"""""; « t-^Sk iiVe'rtWMiU « f« wwMti-''' _ ^Ain*w» rlartdfbr fib|9^ - --: SgssSS ®3®fe*Sgrfc ? ? " . * Proprietor. JOB PANTING. S^SS38& wth .»*», *****price* CARDS, CATALOGUES, CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS, lilBU, EKS1H « DkLttlM BOOH - CHKQUK BOOKS, . aiasaasi2&ii>® CfaV iilMifify mi "***' . tlCM ..At* *& j, yprro ^T.t i>;N3QIST STOCK BAKK *NTBBE84'1 dlpwei on H*efl Bepotlte «t «-JSKMKSSr , - ? ^ASSim^k. Bask of New Bonth Wales. COBUfiiB OF F1TZBOY * ALBION ISBBBIS. WARWICK. *i5w*rt .* «»Tt "f* '? *4EttcexSfg& InbtL *rM. THOMPSON, Acting »«n«gM. Warwick, Dec. 1.1868. «» She Liverpool end London and Globe ^ Xsjnm&CQ CHrtftS&ny. '? tuw.ooo the Director* In cydoej. Mrcicit Knr*awt: F. tt BDLUtN, En, M.B, JAMES 1...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

I lUVAli AND DEPARTURE OF THK MAILS. ABSrVAI.8. }'ioiu M<irt/1and. every Tueeday, at 1 p.m., and \ every Saturday at C p.m. I " Ilritbati* and Jpstcich. via Drayton^ by , Cobb** eoffches, every 2\ietday» Thure* , day, tftid Saturday.af 3 p.m. * Itfyhum, via T>tbni lagging*,every IFVif* ; tiegdoy, at noon. I DErsRTUItES. /cr Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a.tn.9 and every Thureday. at 4 p.m. Brisbane and fpnvich, via Drayton, every Monday, Wedneeday, and 'Friday, hy C&bb's coathtu, olV a.m. " Warwick to Leyburn, every Thuredty, at 4 a.m. A!B.-»Lf.tttre mu«f be {cited at the Country Office* half an hour previou* to the tint fixed for the despatch of mailt, 6u( fate tetters wif£ bt received to within a quarter of an hourt upon a fee of a sixpenny itamp being affixed to ta<h Utter. Hewtpapers are required to he potted one hour before the time appointed for doting the mailt* The Englteh mail clone on or about the 17lh cf every month.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 25 January 1867

BIRTH.   At Warwick, on the 24th inst., the wife of Benjamin Ingham, of a son.  

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

AGENTS. Tbe following Gentlemen liare been appointed agent* for tbU paper, and are authorised to leeeira aubacriptiona and advertisements: Sydney - - A. Counr. Brisbane - - - Obbvu" & Bi» Mainland - - - W H*HDT. Tenterfield - - . G.Vmaos.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

ixmilmim* Dr. Mary Walker, the American lady phyairiao, is to deliver a leotore on tier experience u . medical practitioner, on Tuesday best, in St. Janiea's Ball. She ia a person of very slight figure, under five feet, aud quite slender. She ia habited in a black surtout, fitting neatly to the body. The skirt of the aorcoat, in which ia a aide pocket, from which a white handkerchief peeps, falia considerably below the knee, and, expanding from the waist in extin guiaher fashion, ia cloae buttoned through out. Ttia »' continuations" are alt-o of black, pretty full at the lower hem-in fact, quite the opposite of pegtop fashion, and a neat little pair of feet, which would not be quite unaristooratic in China, are fitted into an unexceptionable fair of boots. The collar resembles, if not composed, in faot, of white japanned steel, with a clearer aheen than Qlenfield starch, ending in a gvati tie, and forma a kind of alight cope to the dress, whioh fits dote to- the throat. Tlie bair, i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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REVOLT AND AWFUL FIRE IN A PENITENTIARY. FOURTERN PERSONS BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

REVOLT AND AWFUL FIEE IN A PENITENTIARY. FODDTBBK PEBBONB BDBNT TO DKitH. The Toulon journals contain an account of a terrible catastrophe by fire whioli bat just taken place on Levant Island, one of a group lying at a distance of about tea miles from that port. In the afternoon of the 3rd instant, the authorities at Toulon re ceived information that a revolt had brokeu out in a penitentiary establishment for ypung criminals established on the island. The weather at aea being tempestuous, the sending of assistance had to be postponed until the following morning, but in the meantime a fearful occurrence had taken place. About forty young convicts who had recently arrived in the colony bad broken out into insurrection under the pretest that they were insufficiently fed. Tbe warders were unable to repress the riot, and the' lada uniting in a body then burst into Ibe store-house, knocked in tbe beads of the oaska of brandy, tore open the cases of sugar and provisions, and then abandoned...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

Mr. BA.het Scllitas.-The Liverpool Alhio» of Srd November eaya:-Mr. Barty Sullirau has again made hu appearance at Liverpool, alter an abeence of £ve yean, aod seems to be amazingly popular. Two thousand persons nightly witncis hie performances in the Amphilcatre, and in three vreeks lie has netted £1000.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE WEDDIN MOUNTAIN DIGGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

THE WEDDIN MOUNTAIN DIGGINS. The tSmu Creek (VVeddin) correspondent j of the S. M. Sordid writes:-Hundreds of men are walking about doing nothing, or are standing looking on at anything that offers a moment's amusement. Business is dull, for there te no money stirring. The stores are wiling very little beyond mere necessaries; and as to the pnblic-hoaaes, they are ail bat deserted. There is a thratrc here, that was Very well patronised at first, bat the audience bus gradually fallen off, until now tbe aetors may be said literally to play to empty benches. And yet, the streets are thronged at night with ? wen, taking their evening constitutional, aud inhuliug the pleasant breeceof evening, j as it comes to tbem laden with dust of the finest description, and of tbe most suffocat ing quality. Indeed, I nerer yet met i with such a plaoe as this for dust. A cloud j bangs perpetually suspended over the diggings, distributing its murky favours upon all around in the most impartial man ner....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, TENTEFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

fgfrjjus, TENTBEFIELD CHEOKICLE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1867. Tins result of the Government sale of land,* which took place in Warwick on Tuesday last, betokens great changes in the manner in which the public lands are henceforth to be disposed of. It has been the practice hitherto to sell almost all the land under the hammer, and ft large amount bas antiWly accrued to the revenue from this source; but the intro duction ef new measures has put a decided damper on public sales as a means of encouraging purchasers. We need, only point to the fact that, at the eale held hen on Tuesday last, out .of 66 country portions of good land put op at auction, the areas ranging from 80 to SO acres, only one bona Jide purchase was tnade of .61 acres, payment being made in land orders. result was to be anticipated upon the introduction of the Leasing Clauses Bill into the Statute Book. It muct be apparent to any one, that under the liberal provisions of the Leasing Act, very few woufd purchase land at...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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MR. GLADSTONE AND THE POPE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE POPH Tho Rome correspondent of the Pall I Mall Gazette writes on the 3rd instant The presence ol Lord Clarendon and Mr. Gladstone in the Eternal City excites more and more distrust in the French Embassy, where it is not understood tbat the move ments of the»e statesmen, now that they are out of office, has no political significance. The Vatican is equally ignorant of this fact, and its oracles are continually repeat ing that Mr. Gladstone has persuaded the Pope to accept the asylum formerly offered to him at Malta by Lord Palmerston, and, besides conferring with him in two audiences, has, after the manuer of Nico demus, paid his Holiness a visit in the night. Cardinal Antonelli yesterday as sured a member of the Corps Diplomatique that the Pipe would not quit Home, and that his declaration in the allocution was made solely to embarrass the Frenoh Go vernment ; but tha confidences which Car-' dinal Antonelli extends to diplomatists are not to be relied upon. Mr....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAYNDAH. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

GAYNDAU. January 26. The mail jcoach from Maryborough to j Gayndah was stuck up last night, about ] seven miles from the last-named placo. The act wtB committed *by a German on foot', and armed with a gun. The coach contained only two passengers, and these the robber compelled to turn out their pockets, wlrch fortuwatelv did not con tain anythic; valuable. ^Tlie man, there fore got no nonoy, and we are glad to say ho did not touch tbe mail bags.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

To Fbesebvk KGGS.-Fill them into jars, with wheat bran to prevent them from breaking. The jare are then to be closed tight, and placed in a suitable vessel, with water heated to 12 degrees below boiling point, or 200 degrees of Fahrenheit. Thou take off, and transfer the eggs to the other jars, and they will ] keep good for six months. !

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

SYDNEY. January 25. | The Commercial Bank's report shows £52,000 profits. A dividend of IS per cept, with five Aillings per share bonus, has been declarer Large sale* of Adelaide ivbcat hare been made at 5s 2d. per buuhel for for ward delivery. January 26. Tbo Government have appointed a Specinl Commission consisting of Colonel Waddy, Colonel llichardflon, and Mr. Cloete, to investigate the causes of and repress bushranging in (he Braidwood district. Southgato, a bushranger, has boon cap tared in the Abercrombie district. Queensland Treasury bills are quoted at 303J. Parliament is prorogued to the 11th March. January 28. Mr. Hiudmarsh, (f .P., of Eiama, died suddenly on Friday, iu a paddock fronting his bouse. Eastwood, a pay clerk in the Railway Department,baB absconded. His accounts ah^w a deficit of about £10,000, extending over a period commencing in the middle of 1864 up to the present time. Clarke's gang of bushrangers hare robbed Myers' stores at Jimbaicumbeine, They took a l...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE WARWICK RAILWAY AND THE GOVERNOR AND HIS AD. VISERS. (From the rockhampton Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

THE WAKWICK RAILWAY AND THE GOVERNOR AND 1118 AD. VI8ER& IPren iht Mockhampton Bulletin.) It !? possible that bii Excellency is act log strictly in accordance jwitb constitu tional principles. Doubtless the oonstruc. tion of a few miles of railway in tbe in terior, though involving an addition to our colonial debt of balf-a-milllon sterling, is not a matter affecting Imperial interest! j but we are not willing to admit that Bit Excellency is correct in asserting that DO firoof has been given tbat tbe Ministry do not posses* the confidence of a majority of the legislature. Mr. Walah'e resolutions relative to tbe Warwiok Railway, adopted by both Houses, and Mr. Raff's, adopted by tbe Representative Chamber, expressed tbe opinion of the legislature; and that opinion bas been treated with contempt by tbe Ministry. It may be tbat tbe resolu tion adopted on tbe motion of Mr. Raff, not having been July endorsed by tbe Upper House,land forwarded, to Hie Esoellency was void "through ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, j A general meeting of the Municipal Cbuncil was held on the '24th ult. Pre sent-Hie Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Bugden, Brown, ROBB, Craig, ftnd Crombie. The minutoB of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter from the Town Clerk to W. 0. Belbridge, Esq., requesting that (he state ment of nccnunts be published in the Government Gaulle; also, a letter to the Colonial Treasurer, enclosing an abstract account of rates for the past half year. A letter from tie Worehip the Mayor, in accordance with a request from the Council, to the manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, regarding the loan which the Council have been sanctioned to borrow by bis Excellency the Governor. A reply from the manager of the bank, stating that, ns the loan was authorised about taine months ago, it was his impres sion that fresh permission must be granted by his Excellency ere he forwarded the application to his board. It was moved by Alderman Boss, secon...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Original Poetry. FAREWELL TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

V ARB WELL TO QUEENSLAND. F«rewell, <w<at land of stony ridge#, Cotton teuU and sapling bridge*, Stringy bark wd greenblde liousea, Jorial apnea and night csroulet. Bow nu; hsppv faouri I'ra spent Beueatb a cool. well>witered teat, With nought to do when 1 aroie Bat baap dry wood Mid wripg ny ololbes Alasl atom fata, thy cruel hand Doth tear me from tbis faappy land, Ne'er again through bush to seek The abutter'* fifteen tot a week I But weep not, squatter, tbongh we part, The thought of which nigh breaks mj heart, to other lands I'll think of tbes, And heir tbou oft bait diddled me I Tbrice happy bim wbou lot will be T'exist beneath a tall gam tree, Where nought but Batburst burr doth 'bound, And beef and damper borer rouad. Hew many times I've lintnped my swag, VIhen from a squatter I're got the bag I But as I shall nerer bamp It mora, 111 bid farewell te Queensland's shore. A HOMEWABD-BOUND TRAVELLER. DUrymple, Jan. 17,1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor,of the Warwick Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

OHIGINAL COlUtESPONDENCK. | The Editor will not he retponeiljle for any cpi> Titans or vieici tzpreeud by Corresportdentt, | and will ahrayt refect personal eommuntea | lions unless on subjtctt of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author. To the Editor,of the Warwick Argun, SIR,-As I consider that it is the duty of the press at ell times, fearlessly, and with, out fiwour, to advocate tho rights of all classcscf tho community, I wish you would insert the following facts in your journal, some of which I have gathered from the most influential of the towns people ; so wo must presume that there is a ccrtain amount of truth in tho state ments. Such being the case I should wish to call the attention of the electors of Warwick and the Eastern Downs to the fact that there are being many appli cations made for votes by the employees of the neighbouring squatters. The idea is, I believe, to rate shepherds* rations at £52 per annum ; their huts at a rental of £10 an...

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