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

AGENTS. THE following Gentlemen Iiave tioen appointed agent* for ibtl paper, aiid art authorised to , rooplte anbicriptioDi aui advertisements:- . Sydney .... A. CtmMT. BrnbiDs ... UBEYILLB * UlBD Mujrlnl . - - W UUDI.; Tenterfieli . - . O. VILUOS.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Warwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 5.1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

TENTEBFIELD CHBONICLB. TUESDAY. FEBBUABY 6,1667. IT is always an agreeable duty to announce the success of any project cat on foot for tbe benefit of any particular district, but it is more especially so when we observe that our neighbour* of Drayton arid Too woomb* havejust concluded a most suc cessful show tinder tbe auspices of their local Agricultural and Horticultural Society ., Thfe was tbe third annual meet ing of tbp Society, and it eeetns from the report, which will be found in another column, that even under the very heavy depression of the time* it was a decided success. About two yean ago, it was attempted to establish a similar society in Warwick, but beyond tbe preliminary meeting, which was enthusiastic enough on the subject, nothing farther was done than to appoint a number of officers, who never attempted to carry out the objects of the Association. A ploughing match held about two months after its establish ment is all tjiat the public have beard of tbe society. It...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

mat eight VJm!, at die croiimg place over TurosyCrefk, gloep Jo. Jlje iwl;way, station, wbeww trjftM* hpipea June* M'Cormmck' lo*tyfci» lup. J[t appeflrathat., tbe npfoTtwMexm^uvciii^ lo aim . team oT five writfe.»dnp|y gray, the pro^T of, Mi JstyMHW&.i*. Spnng Ori& fever P* J&j? "SJW and Co. Iw ^ lWnifa oru in aafety about twenty iniiinQipreTioiwly, the man thought he oouldelao crdas, and put hi* hones into $tu> #Mter f atouttalf way acroM, h.oweterJtljP di*r eapgired, ana tbe "£?e iw«^*®wi^geflUngl©d, the vbdt^^Jm.tu creek by the atronK.SOrWfflV Hut ,«u ninning M'Oorn^/Jiowmr.iDtpQged toat^mlle out on the oppo^te J>apV, P»& w down tbe floating, tkiokng llkit wipw'h ip to guide the hone* to jttypwAUfr. Be jumped into the water and tf^edtn* dray, but soon after gfttjftg J^aio, end the poor £bU6wlwM ewept away. She boraee, wbi6h were 4 very valuable teem, wore ul drofp^aiffl>t one o'clock the body of th6*i8iB*TO6iit0#»n had &ot bean re...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE DRAYTON AND TOOWOOMBA AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

THE DBAYTON AND TOOWQOMBA AGiilCOLTUBAL AND HORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY. ^ The third Annual General Meeting of the memben of this society tras held in the Sovereign Hotel, on Thursday evening, at eight o'clock, and in spite of the threat Wing aspect of the weather, there was a very good attendance. On the motion of Mr. R. P. Walker seconded by Mr. J. T. Littleton, his Worship the Msvor (E. W. Robinson, Esq., J.P.Jwas called to the chair. The Chairman, in opening the business of the meeting, would remind them that the present was the third annual meeting held by the society, and be was glad to be able to congratulate them on the success which had attended the show, and the spirit of emulation which had been excited by the society among the farmers of the district. It would be unnecesefliT for him to enter into any particulars respecting the present state of the society, as the Secretary had prepared an elaborate report, which he would read to them. He would offer a suggestion, however, wi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local [?]utelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

1<W&. Vi^u<<IXi<)en«. Thi Man*-ID the abaence of any com tnnnieatfon with Briabane afhoe ont laat pub lication, our readera oannot expect mnoli un In oar bra* of to-day. A* will be Men in Mother put of the paper, a portion of lb* nilnjr Un* between Ipawiph uf Hrildon ni wubed .(>]' by e flood, w Hut the mail* from Ipawioh oould not bs convoyed to their dli' tlnation. Thay will erriTe bj ooech to-morrow. Wa think th* poit-offloe anthorltlei, under tbe circunituOM, onght -to here forwarded the mail bag! for Werwlok immediately on tbalr antral In Toowoouba, thi delay' being alto gethlr three <»ya, fend In day« baring etapaed aince tbe receipt of ameil from tbe metropolis Iknr Dam Oounn-^-Thl* Court aiti tbli morning at 10 o'clock for the porpoie of hear ing caae*. We undarataud that 28 aumnioaeei kin been lamed. Honoral Eutcno*.-The nomination of .Idemen. toeer** In the Municipal Council for the year ananing, will take p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE BISHOP OF BRISBANE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

THE BISHOP OF BRISBANE IN ENGLAND. T Jl J1Uraiilfy ®Tet,ID«. at the Church Institution, the Bishop of Brisbane de livered an interesting and instructive lec ture on Queensland, and the present condition of the Ciiurch in that colony The near occupied the chair, and «»»m was only a email audience.-The Chair man, on introducing the Biahop, expressed his sorrow that there was not a larger number present, aaying that he wished they had more of the missionair spirit within them. Here they could wonhip God according to the dictate* of their consciences, and. enjoyed all the gospel privileges and ordinances, and they timwS apt to foreet those who were not pladed in auch fevsurable rirenmstandes. * Xfct' Queensland they could not benefit by.fbe ministrations of the clergy as they, intbis country, can. Let them, then, contrast *Jie privileges they enjoyed, with the priva tions their brethren in the Colonies had to endure, and they would aee what cause they have for thankfulness. Although the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Poetry. WHAT AILS MY LOVE? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

WHAT AILS MY LOVEP On verdaut backs my Mary sat, 'Mid buttercup and daisy And I reclined without my bat, ? And fait enthralled, but lazy. Bright foliage waved our heads above, And many a aengater twitter'd [ The streamlet, like our " course of love," Ban amootliiy on, and glittered. Simple, yet e'en aublime car ft re Ham sandwiohes I'd brought ber; Oape sherry, too, my lore bad there, (She likes it mix'd with water.) beeply we quaff'd our fill of Joy, Deeply our wine in glasses; The bam was good-can anqht annoy When time to blithely puses ? Stent (ate! as thus in calmest bliss My lore and I eat eating, She paused I- what sudden bligbt was this I Sly heart 'gen wildly beating. BreathleM I asked, "Why, why that tear That oheek so brightly flashing That classic brow. So white and dear, ? Deep aa the eunaet blushing; H That voice so eilrery, aoft, and low, Now tremulous and broken,. Say, whtpcf this dread e'erwbilmin; woe. Too Capful to be spoken ? "Oh tell Joe-tell me quick-the cause ?...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WARWICK POLICE COUKT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before Charles Clark, Esq., J.P., and William Thompson. Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

WARWICK POLICE COUKT. 'UBiT, Abuui 1 (Before Charles Clark, Esq., William Thomnaon. Esn.. J Arnold Noa was charged upon the in formation of Bub-Ioipector Harris with neglectingto cut and destroy the B&thurst burr growing upon laud occupied by him. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Con stable Waldron, being duly sworn, prored sorting notice upon defendant to cut and destroy the burr, but upon ex amining the land fourteen days afterwards, none of the burr had been cut or des troyed. The Bench considered the case proved, but in consideration of ih» being the first case brought before them under the statute, fourteen day* was allowed for the defendant to destroy the burr upon the land in question. Ordered to pay costs of court, as. 6d. Thomas James was charged with a similar offence. Defendant had cleared some portion of bis land after receiving notice from the police. Fourteen days <ras allowed to complete the work.-- Or dered to pay costs ol court, 3s. 6&} ~ Dbp...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

bmtwmttite* Wanted, . AOHEEBBMAKEB, either Man or Woman, . who nnderatanda the prooeu thoroughly. Apply to JOHN WILSON, 45 Talgai Bay. NOTICE. ALL nutlet INDEBTED to the underelgned are reqveated to pay the recpeotive amonnte to Mr. FBBDKBICK HUDSON, whoee reoclpt will he deemed a .uffiolont diaoharge. 80 WILLIAM WIQHTMAN. NOTICE. MB. 0. POLLER la hereby authorised to fieoeive all Moneys due to me, and hie receipt for the Mine will be deemed a eoffiolent discharge. t . W. 0. BALLS. Warwick, Jannary 17,1867. X NOTICE. A LL Persons INDEBTED to Mr. OHABLUB or to tho lata'firm of WUI£0Hjfc CO., carrying on bnainkss at the iwntk Emporium, are requested to pay the kKDDDt the&t reipeotire Debt* to Meein. OBAbvm CL&UKJs CO* Steam Rtour Miiis, Wanriek,*wh-) Uone are empowered to give reoeipta.far the aarot, Datea.nla 2nd day of February, 1667. B. O. FULLEB. W Solioltor, Warwick. Warwiok School of Arts. THE Quarterly Snbeerlptioni are DUE on the let FEBRUAHT, and KewMembera ca...

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LONG WOOLLED SHEEP IN THE UNITED STATES. (From the [?] Farmer.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

LONG WOOLLED SHEEP IN THE UNITED STATES. (From Us CmmtdM Ariur,) " ' The long wools are deservedly attract ing the attention of American fiock muter*. One felling fact, vis., the eats of a thousand pounds of long wool,~at70 .cents. per lb., byMr, E. WaHington, of Saline, Mich., baa recently been much no ticed by the t^cnhnntipapers on the ' other side of the lines. Vfe fend the'jCol lowing statement in relation to this flock in the Wetttrn EunA?: " Prior to laat year, Mr.WalHDgton had been engaged iaigely In the growing of the Spanish Merino sheep, Keeping upon his farm an average of over 600 of the floe-wool breed. His land m foot} and the Merinos hot doing at all veil- ' far from being profitable to Urn-he de termined ait least a trial of tha lang Wools. He accordingly last jrenaold off hnfcntiro stock, of the fine-wpols^ and madepur chsaes in Canada, <com lettable breeders,. of a considerable Book of the Leiceeters and Ootiwoldi, and .now has about 460 of these sheep, ...

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 — 5 February 1867

AURIVAh AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. Fitm Maryland. evert/ Tuesday, at 1 p.m.. and rrtry Saturday at 6 p.m. " Brisbane and Jpiuith, via Drayton, ly Cobb's coaches, every Tuesday, Thurs day. and Saturday, at S p.m. «t Leybum, via Tuly li Uiggingt,every Wed nesday, at no on. DEPARTURES. For Maryland, every Monday, at 8 a,m.; 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. n Warwick to Leyburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m. N.B.- Letter! must be foiled at the Country Offices half an hour previous to the time fixed tor the despatch of mailt, but late lettert will be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter, . Newtpaptre are required to be posted en< hour before the time appointed for doting the mailt. The English mail closes on or about the 11th of eterg month.

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

THE WARWICK ARGUS *n> TENTBHFlELDCHEOZilCLE An»tr*ll«.ncolonla«. TKBMB OF BOTSOEimOK. Qwrteriy (t» cirujoc) Jl^wSSmSSA't/j»W»e>t,rJll "* 3^?»sssgre «plnrtUmcffWhqniutw. .. TEBM8 FOB ADVK B'i'IBINO^ # »;.o *1* Ewrr .Mltiond B*e llne».J>r f uJTB M per Two line* FonrUsM r £? X BIxltnM.. ?..".""S'a Eight line*.... ...*»! 1" - additional Bre ilnei, or LArge ut «u»pwj«» -- -- - ° Birth*, noiUs**. or fc/taichWffir-^ ? tn tb'im. viuw, irnvbtM-'' by noon on,Batara*y»«M be if prepws# U> «*.*». ««*(tecrfrttoif «*?? fl«in att< #w*fMitel With neatauj mfl »twpdCT»te fricee CA&DS. HANDSiaLB, LIBELS, BBOE1PT A DKUTBET BOOBB CHEQUE BOOK*. L <y oB «{KM, pW»«K» »*W> ? Ac, ? ,i;i adstbaliak joint bt6 G&BiNIC.' j TNTEBEST iJlowefl *h ' Raglan4. ' ".. ? . tg' .( ??? .. - - Bank of Hew Btmtfc Wales, . : ? ' - .. rnais 8BAN0H i« wen for &. X of the niuil Banking Bbrineu. ' . Aetfiig Muutger. ' Warwick, J«n. M 1687. « - The Liverpool«i4fcomlWi»4)W...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 5 February 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Feb. 61 e 7 e 9 Tues. Wed. Than. Friday! Bit. 1 SON. Mdn, [8nn rises B. W. b . a e . *2 6 . 48 6 . 48 6 . 44 5 46 8 ,,45 IMoob'f Age « : 48 6 . 48

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

kO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVER TISERS. We beg to ttate that our Account* for the quarter ending 81wt December hat are now in coune of delivery, and we hope they mill'it settled without the Iratt delay Thote in arreart teUl kindly oblige w a prompt settlement, at our requirements tnuet be obvtout to them. JsS" bang the proper time for payment of tvlecripftone in advance, we truet our friend* will acknowledge the fact by Mend ing remittance*.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

ATTEMPT TO MUHDEU.-James Anderson wad charged w'th shooting Kdivard Fitr genld, with intent to kill. Constable Walsh deposed that lie was ou duty io Qneeu-«treet,on Tuesday, altout two o'clock, when bin attention was attracted by a mob collected at the junction of Albert and Mary streets; be proceeded to the spot, and frotii something he heard ha went to a boarding-house in Mary-street, kept liy a man named Edward Fitzgerald; when lie got there be saw Fitzgerald outside the door, with hie face all covered with blood, and tbe lower part shattered; be went into the house after seeing Fitsgerald, who was unable to Bpealc, and saw the prisoner lying on tbe floor; Mrs. Fitzgerald, wbo had followed him into the room, pointed out Anderson as tbe man who bad shot ber husband ; the prisoner replied, " I did do it, I intended shooting hint and Bob, anil I meant to do it for tbe last three days; I loaded my gun upstairs with tbe buttons of my vest, and I am very sorry that I have not killed tb...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE FLOODS ON THE RAILWAY LINE. (From the D. D. Gazelic) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

THB FLOODS ON fHE tUILWAY LINE. {t*rom the D. V, Oazette.) The following information is from a correspondent, who dates from Ipawicb on Sunday evening : As at the present time tbe aulject of railway commanimation is one of tlie most ircporttfrit question of the da}, and knowing the paramount interest wliioh is felt in tbe matter by tbe residents in your distriot, I haio sent you a few facts on.the state of tbe Southern ami Western Railway Line oa Saturday last. Arriving at Helidon by llw p'30 a.m. coach from Toutfoom ba, tbe first greeting wm, ?? You'll never get down tbe lrne tirtity," Mi, «re onaHiib, there seemed to be little obaooa of it, from the extraordinary ignorance wlriqh appeared to prevail amongst the railway uffiuials as to the stato of what I- believe ia called tbe " permanent" way. Tiiere were a great number of persona- who bad been delayed from tbe previoui day, the early train on Friday morning having gona down as faros Qatton end then returned, being unable to proo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE PRESENT DISTRESS OF THE COLONY. (From the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

iFHE PRESENT DISTRESS OP TOE COLONY. (Protii the Ovatiian.') Mr. Coote delivered a lecture on Fridgy Avening at tUe^Tictoria Concert Hall. The iuliiect chosen was the above. _ There wss a vefy good attendance, considering tue weather. After a few introductory remarks upon the Mate of the colony, the leoturcr proceeded to point out the contrast between the condition of the revenue, the exports and import* of Queensland in 1860 and 1865. He fonnd from the Statistical Re gister that the exports had diminished vastly, while the taxation had nearly dou bled. although the popolation had largely increased. This was a result contrary to all that distinguished writers would lead ns to expect in a healthy stale of any colony. He pointed out the increase of mortgages in that period of time, which was out of all teoputbii to tbe value of the Btntiow of the " sflustter locusts." This was due, io * great measure, to the ill-advised advances «f the banka. The bankers bad overlooked the different p...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

pwrtj tmtttte* Wanted, ACHEESKMAKEB. either Man or Woman, who nndoratanda the prooeaa thoroughly. Apply Jo i. JOHN WILSON. 4* Talgaifiay. NOTICE. ' . THK nnjersigned having been appointed (be .^dnly authorised Agent for Mean*. Hord maBrotbeni.of Sydney, begs to notify tbst lb. JOSH- FBUJATE hH no longer any *U(Jmrlt|r Jto Collect any Uoules on1 their account GEORGE £. O'BBIKN, Briabans. February 2,1667. 72 NOTICE. At>L parties INDEBTEDto (be tindeisignbd - are requested to pay the rfspeetive numU to.Hr. FBtUEBIOK HBDBON, wkm receipt will be deemed a sufficient disoblige. SO .. WILLIAM WIQHTMAM. NOTICE. A Ui P«wm» INDEBTED to Mr. CHABLES 1%. . BIHSBTLAND. or te the late firm of WltASON it 00., carrying on business at tbe Warwick Emporium, are requested to pay ti e amosnt of their respective Debte to Messrs. OHa^LBS OLABKA 00, Steam Floor Mills, Warwick. wh* atone are empowered to give reoeipta for tbe same. Dated thli 2nd day of February. 1867. B. G. FOLLEB, SB Solicitor, Warwick....

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SQUATTING ON THE FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

SQUATTING ON THE FLINDERS. iTrotn recent private communications re ceived in Melbourne it appears that the prospects of the aquation and owners of station property around the Flinders are of a most exoullent character* the grazing capabilities of tlie country being first-class, and the supply of water very extensive. The pasturage ait through (he present season is described as being most luxuriant, almost like meadow grsBs, and the slieep and cattle are fat and thriving. Tbe lamb ing has also been extraordinary, being over 100 per cent. Around the homesteads) too, the growth of vegetation for domestic use ib something surprising; melons, toma toes, and pumpkins growing in great pro fusion. ?- It, is gratifying to be able to record thus much of a new country, more especially when acoountB.not often favourable to the Upper FJiodert here been freely circulated here by parties who were sent tip expressly to view the country, and report on ite con dition and capabilities. _ It is alleged...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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COLONIAL GLASS MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

COLONIAL GLASS MANUFACTORY. Among Our new industries we may now number the glass manufactory at the foot of Liverpool-btreet, Sydney, neat Darling Harbor. This establishment btf keen in existenoe for several months, bavins been commenoed by Mr. Brown, of Sydney, as an ezperiaient, fur the mauufaoture of eoda water and other bottles', .The glasj bouse in wbieb tho luroi.ee is constructed is at present only of a temporary character. The furnace oontaius four crucibles, eaoh of which will contain about 10 owt. of glass metal which is prepared for blowing iu about ten hours, the furnace being kept ct white beat by tbe bcBt Newcastle coals. When the metal is ready, the furnace fire is gradually damped down, and the metal is tben gathered, as required, on blow-, pipes, five feet in length. &lats id iu liquid state can be gathered from pne ounce to almost any weight, as tbe article to bef made may require. The prooece of making a eodawater bottle appears to be very simple. ;TI>0...

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