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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

Wanted, ACDIiEBEMIEGB, either Mfcn or Woman, wfco|nndcrstands the process thoroughly. Apply to JOHN WILSON, 45 Talgai Buy. Warwick School of Arts. THE Quarterly Snbuerlptiona are DUE 011 Ibe 1st FEBRUARY, and New Members can bo Enrolled on. application to WALTER 8ELWAY. IS Secretary. NOTICE. ALL parties INDEBTED to tlio naderaiftiied are requested to pay tlio respective amount* to Mr. FREDERICK HUDSON, whoso receipt will be deemod a sufficient discharge. 80 WILLIAM WIGHTJIAN. NOTICE. MS. G. FULLER fa hereby authorised to Receive all Moneys due to me, and Mr reoeipt for tbo same will lw deemed a sufflolent discharge. W. C. BALLS. Warwick, January 17,1667. 1 Money to Lend. PaOM £60 to £1000 uiny he RORttOWfcO on Freehold Security.- Apply to Mr. J, OXENHAM, Solicitor, Warwick. S3 IE. 0UQBEN, LIVERS AND BAIT 8TABLEB, At TBI BBAB OF TBR CBtTEItlOR HOTSr.. Saddle Horaea, Baggies, and other Conveyances to let. ess CI Reward. LORT, ft Black HORSE, small star, branded C over 4C off shoulder,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

AHRIVAL AND nKPAUTURB OK THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. Frcm Maryland* every Tuesday, at 1 p.m.t and . every Saturday at C p.m. " Brisbane and Ipswich, via J)rayton% by Cobb's coaches, every Th/etday, Thura* day, and Saturday, at 3 p.m. * Leybvrn, via 7M</n Uiggings,every Wed nesday, at noon. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday* at 6 am.\and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Brisbane and Ipswich, via Drayton, every Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, by Cobb's coaches, at 9 a.m. u Warwick to Leylurn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m. Lrtlert mutt be fonted at the Country Offices half an hour precious tv the tine fixed (or the despatch of mails, hut tate letters toill be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter, Newspapers are required to be posted one hour before the time appointed for closing the mails. The English mail closes on or about the 17th *f every month.

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

TAB WARWICK ARGUS ASfD TENTEEFIELd cheoniclb IS published weiy Toe»d*y Frfflay raor&!cfl*i mmI forwarded to all parts of th® AuitraUan colonise. THUMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. ftu«rtCTly<tn «dTU10»). re" IIM M»roh. 80tli Jane, *i.» IWwmMT. TERMS FOB ADVEBTIBINQ. Twoltaea 1 « Fonrllnei.. ,.8 0 «Eit£r...... s o Elgtitlinei....... * 0 Eveiy additional fife line*, or under . . 1 0 I*rge and dftplayed rirertlMemeeU u per llUg^SUt' A liber*! dUeonnt allowed on advertiaementi wlinl for more Hun aix ooneecntii'e Insertion*. Birth*, »«Ri*C**> or dentin,'#*. eachinier tton. ' In the abeena* ot written Initrnotlon* to Hi* _ contrary, «dverti»em»iita will be iiwerted until ' 4MutniDuM> " AdvertUement* cav$t be *tnt In to the Office not later than tn OVil&ck ott Monday and Thurs day afternoon*, and (rim for the withdrawal or alteration of adTertiaement*, mu*t he eent In fcr good on Saturday* and Wednaadeyi. P. EITCHIE, Proprietor. JOB FEINTING. fen Proprietor of die Vinm...

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

Jan. 29 , 80] SI Feb. 1 |Tne». We a. Tlmrs. Friday tent BUN. Moil. Tr'EL&LY CALENDAR.

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

afettCfotttfas, MELBOUBKB TELPGRM?bio Ixemb.- j Januaiy 22f The Postal Conference will ] not assemble till February next.-The coroner'* Jury bnt returned a verdict of " Died ofapoplexy," in the case of the young girlfound desd near the Terra, and who it' was generally supposed had been murdered--Theexport of goldthia year shows «large excess over last year. January SSs A preliminary meeting of the representatives of the Governments of South Australia and.Victoria was held yesterday with reference to the Tariff uonference. Another meeting is being bold to-ffay, at which Messrs. Ksgar and Macslister are expected to be present. January 24: Detectlyes hare lately been employed as clerks in the .Po^t OlEoe to detect letter openers.-In the Legislative Assembly Sir. M'Cann moved-" That ' the agreement madeby the delegates at t.he fate Bonder : .Duties Conference was unsatisfactoiy." -He tirga$ in support of bis motion that there was an evident want of reciprocity, and jhat it wpuld act in ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DALBY. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

DALBr. January 26. Rain has fallen duriDg the last few dayfl, with heavy thunderstorms. The grass is looking better. i Two men lmmed Robinsou arid Cousins have been brought up at the Police Court charged with forgery. They have been ; remanded. :

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

EBBATOM.--In the report of the case IClngs ford v. H'lotosh, held at the I'ollce Court on Monday last, Mr. Chubb was placed for tbs plfiintiff, And Mr. Addenbrooke (or thfc de" fendant, The names onght to btrs been transposed. LAND SELECTION.-The following lots of land have been selected eluce the tale which took place on Tnesda,v lastLot 1, on the Conda mine River, 67a., Samuel Young; lot 15. near the Coudamioe (liver, 44a. lr. 8p, Thomas A. Lonargan; lots 49 and SO, on the Condainine Biver, XOIa., Samuel Young. Allora ia appointed, in tbe Gazette, to bo a place for eetabliahiug, erecting, and maintain ing a public pound. LASD SALE.-A Government'Jand sate was held at the polio* court, on Tuesday, the 29th instant. There were only aalf a dozen per son* present. Slxty-Blx lots, situated' in the' parish of Prattne, county Merivale, near tbe Condamine Elver, were offeredforcompatitloD. Only one lot of 61 acres was told at the tippet prioe of £1 per acre, the purchaser being Catherine B...

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

ATTEMPT TO MURDER About 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon nil alarm was given that;. a man named Edward Fitzgerald, the landlord of the Melbourne Boarding House in Mary street, had btxsn nearly murdered by James Anderson. & lodger in tbe bouse. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Anderson* and several new arrivals in the colony, had sat down to dicuer, when a young man name! Green commenced to chaff Anderson, who became angry and left the room. _ Green followed and of fered to apologise, but he was roughly pushed away by Audereon, who went up stairs to his room. After a few minutes he returned to the dining-room, and said he was sorry for the way he had treated Green. He then left the house, and went across to a public-liouse called the Ship wright's Arms. He returned in the course of a few minutes, and went up to his bedroom, but almost immediately came down again with a double-barrelled gun in his band, which bo presented at Fitzgerald's head, and with the words, " This ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abridged from the Briebane Daily papers.) ROCKHAMPTON. January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {Abridged from the Brinbane Daily papers.) I KOCICIIAMPTON. I January 28. | Mr. Creignton, publican, of the Race course Bote), was killed this evening. The cause of death wub his being thrown from n horse against n tree. There was a bettor yield of gold last week from the Crocodile diggings. Among the gold purchased by the Bank of New South Wales on Saturday was on eleven ounce quarts nugget, containing 7{ ounces of gold. A heaVy storm of rain at Clern^ont, on Monday, flooded the town. The Chinese are arriving at Clermont in large numbers. {

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]O SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER. TISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

fLO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVEE . USERS. We teg to state that our Accounts for the quarter ending 31st Deoemler last are now in course of delivery, and we hope they trill he settled without the least delay Those in arrears will kindly oblige us by a prompt settlement, at our requirements must be obvious to them. Egjj" This being the proper time for payment of subscriptions in advance, me trust our friends tcill acknowledge the fact by send ing remittances.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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CATTLE STEALING. THE POLICE RESISTED AND A SETTLER SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

CATTLH STEALING-. TLIE l'OMCF. RESISTED AND A SKrTI.EE SHOT, j Late on Wednesday night (says the I Wagga Express of January 19) some ex- | citement was created in town by a report that a man named Douglas M'Gregor, for merly landlord of the Bridge Hotel, iu this town, but now a settler on the Junee road, had boen shot by the police in re sisting his apprehension for cattle stealing. The facts of the case appear to bare been, as nearly as possible, as follows: In consequence of information obtained, sergeant Carroll had received instructions to watch the premises of a man named Thomas Cartwrigbt, residing about two and a half miles from North Wagga Wag ga, as it was supposed stolen cattle were slaughtered thero. On the evening abovo mentioned, in pursuance of those instruc tions, the sergeant started off, constable M'Laughlin h*ving preceded bim a little earlier on the same errand. Between 8 and 9 p.m., as he neared the place, be met tho constable, who said he believed a boast had be...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A NEW YEAR'S GIFT-WHAT WILL HE DO WITH IT [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

A NEW YEAR'S GIFT-WHAT WILL HE DO WITH IT | 'Twas early one mornin? Ae I have bees told. The day was justdawoing; *Twas bitterly cold. When our parcou arose, With a yawn and a sigh, And put on bis clothes (You now shall hear why). A weak plnintivo cry Had twice reached Hin ear; it seemed to be nigh- * Somewhere at the rear. He oponcil the door Lo f a basket waB there ; An inscription It bore, .* This aide up, with Care.*' The fastening untied The work of a minute Ilejustpeeped Inside, To see what was in It. Gave a cry of dismay. Which came with a hiss : At the bottom there lay (The picture of Mitt). -- Not a turkey or pheasant, Some poultry or game; Or any such present, Bearing bis name. To out or to drink, Bottled claret or stout; But what do you think, (The murder must out). Guobs the pt rson's amaze I In clothes torn and shabby, Exposed to his gaise Was a itttviy-born baby. itudcly consigned To him and no other; Out of sight, out of mind, Its own cruel mother. Toor little puppet,...

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GULF OF CARPENTARIA. DEATH OF WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

GULF OF CARPENTARIA. DEATH OF VAIKU. Onr respeoted townsman, David Perrier, Esq., has kiudly placed et our disposal some very interesting particulars connected with the death of Mr. Frederick Walker, tbe explorer, and leader of the expedition, which, it will ba remembered, was started under his audioes to mark a telegraph line from Card well to tbe Gulf. Tbe com tuunicatiolie referring to this subject are l from the pen of Matter William Henry Perrier, who it attaohed to tbe expedition, and to whom we are indebted for very in teresting detaili very well told. In writing to bis tatber from Burke Town, November 2, be says: " We arrived at this plaoe about three weeks ago, and on the second day of our arrival Willie Ewes Was taken ill with , the Gulf fever, and bad to be taken into * town to the hotel, where he waa laid UP 'ur ten days. For the first two or three days I kept ell right, and then got the fever. I li&d it frightfully bad. I was obliged t# stop at the Camp for the ...

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

COMMERCIAL. STOCK AND STATTOSS.-Richardson and Wrench report:-We have no very impor tant news to communicate respecting the market, no operations by public auetiou having taken place during the past month, and business by private contract has been limited. The inquiries for both sheep and cattlc properties are, however, becoming more numerous and businesslike, and wo are of opinioa that iho apathy for this class of investments, which has now ruled so many months, is beginning to give way, and that more active operations may be presently expected. This improvement in demand we scarcely think will be accom panied by any particular advance in price for cither sheep or cattle properties, unless for very prime stations favorably situated, and not too heavily stocked. Thedcinand for cattle is rapidly increasing, and prices for store bullocks and cows have advanced during the month, (he former being now quoted at 50s. to 60s., and the latter at 35s. to 45s. per head. This activity in store...

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

Printed «oi publufatit by Pathok BtrcHit, sole proprietor, at the" Arena" Office. Albitn streat, Warwick, in tba colon; of Queensland, and »1«0 published at House-street, Tenter Geld in the colooj of New Soulli Wales. Friday. Febru*rj i, 1867.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

On tbe blanket covering the new-born infant tliet was left at the hall-door of the licr. Mr. Blips' hoiiBC, on Thonday eve ning, . piece of paper teas pinned, on which the following wis written, " Owing to tbe misfortunes of tbe poor mother of this unfortunate child, ehe lias hod to leave it to your mercy, but it trill not be for long. It is not baptised or christened." A Patent PnrercrArr.-A certain Physician, at sea, made great use of sea water among bie patients. Whatever disease came on, a dote of tbe nnureating liquid was first thrown down. In process of time the doctor fell overboard. A great buBtle coneeqncntly eiiBued on board, in the midst of t hich tbe captain came up and inquired the cause. " Ob, nothing, sir," answered a tar, " only the doctor has fallen into bis medicine chest."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 February 1867

BIRTH. On the 27th January, at Mile End, Warwick,   Mrs. Charles Clark, of a daughter.

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FIRING AND BLISTERING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

FIRING AND BLISTERING HORSES. The indiscriminate use of the firing-iron is now justly condemned by the majority of veterinary practitioner*, and is only looked upon as a dernier rtitovt when milder remedies fail to produce the desired effect. There are many self-willed proprie tors of heroes who will insist apon the operation being performed. Instead of " to be or not to be" being left to the dis cretion of the veterinary, most persons think themselves competent to say when and hnw n horse should be fired and blistered. We will endearonr to show that this is not such a simple matter as is generally imagined; in fact, we oould hardly instance any other operation or other treatment wherein there is more bungling or misobief oreated. A horse meets with a severe etraiu of the back tendons, and the injured part is in a state of acute inflammation; the owner hesitates to prescribe for his own horse (as the human surgeon hesitates to proscribe for himself), but the first person that turns ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAST DATS OF THE MAORI, WILLIAM THOMPSON. (From the Southern Cross, January 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

THE LAST DATS OF THE MAORI, WILLIAM THOMPSON. (Frcm ihe Southern Crott, January 9.) Thompson had been removed from Maungatautari to Cambridge,, for the greater convenience «of medical attend ance. After lying at the latter place for aometime, it became quite evident that hi* end was coming, and Te Oriori and the whole'of .the Mgatihau were anxious that he should be removed. The motive of this anxiety' was that they-knew Thompson would aoou die, and there would be a great gathering of natives, for which Waikato ia not so favourable as the Thames. The wish to remove a dying man is act so; uncommon amongst the natives under these circumstances, and the sick man ia expected to be quite pas sive. Thompson vas so, submitting to whatever Waa wishedhy his relatives. A litter was made, won which he waa borne by easy stage* into Hie Maajgakawa ranges, which run between the Waikato and the Hemes. Sr. Sam accompanied the party.- At tfre plaoo in ! these moun tains where ? Te Waharoa, Thompson's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

Printed and published by Patrick EITCHIE, sole proprietor, at the" Attn" Office, Albion street, Warwick, in the colony of QueenaUud and alio published at Bome-atreet, 1'euter 6eld in the colony of New South Wales. Tuesday, February 5,1867.

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