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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbans Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

I I I II ggggggggggg. I TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged /ram (hi Britbam Deity ptptrt.) T00WO0MBA. February 5. A general rtrike amongst tUe mea^ oa a iMbv line bai takeu plftce. -A. oym* beroSeWtedonMr.Vm^t ; for Work, on the wbjert. j iJSl'g'V* ! ustaace baa been applied fori I IPSWICH. Friday, 8?«>-/ The rirer is now up to tbe roofa ortte I afaedft atld it eubfciding. No trawi | T^ooa^d j L»idley. _ DALBJT. I friday, 5 pm. A terriflc .torn occurred tbU^ernoon, Accompanied by heavy rp, creefc | Si£, and a flood U expected. Thecree* I i* running high BOWES. ' January 80. limorta received fiotn Mount Wyatt . JfrS.SS.g fti ?» 1 able. February 6. Bowen was viaited on Sunday evening b* a tremeudou. thunderstorm. The Min and wind were most violent, and did | considerable damage to irou-roofed build m?h» He» baa not yet made an appear *°No new* from the prospecting parties at present." ? SYDNEY. January 20. Soutbgate, the <*. £ cently »cap»d from Bemma Gaol. .>" I t .* *2? ? ...

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

mtUamm, We regret to bare to report the parti culars of the following fatal accident, which befel a police constable of the name of William Fife, who formed one of the cold escort from this place on Wednesday but From information which ha« reached us, it appeari that previous to the escort reaching the MOOD tries it mined veiyhard, and one of the mounted troopers, to avoid bis carbine getting wet, placed it inside the coach beside the deceased. When at the foot of the Uoonbies tbe vehicle crossed a rat in the toad, which gave it a endden jolt, when, terrible to relate, the piece went off, lodging its contents in the left hip of the deceased. Although he waa promptly conveyed to -tbe nearest sbeeb etation of Mr. Gill's, and attended by Dr. Scott, he only eurvived about six teen bours after the accident. The de ceased, we have been told, was formerly in the army, and had served eome consi derable time in New Zealand, but Car tbe last ten jean he baa been in the police, and has maintai...

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

la ibo QovmnuKt Oasitti of Saturday kit It It annoanced llut tha annual nntf of tha ?itMnnUont rani in the Darling Doni dlitilct bate beto appralaad fornnowadlaaaaa at tha amonnte apaolflad t-Ulehard Dinei, Hf tawa, £40; Maloolm Oharlat Maobardjr, Diu. dine. eBOO t Gaorga Thorn Braomar TorMt. £801 Owifi Thorn, Kogan Crack, £100 ; John Brown Watt and J. Tonng, Wambo Fonit, £215 ; John Brown Watt and J. Toting, Wiam btlla, £4118*. 44,; John Brown Watt and J* Young. Opfir WUmbllla, £41 Ufa M.; Mal colm Charloi Maohardy, Picardah, £40' Mtloolm Chariot Kachardy, Bantland. £001 Malcolm Oliarloa Machardy, Myal Qrora, £40; Qaorga '{born. Warn Warn, CS1B 18a. id. { (be (Taw Ztaland Aoatralian Land Company (Limited), Cbloobilla, £8901' 3. & Watt and t. Young, Tamo, £66 lSi. 4d.; Maloolm Charlet Macbard j, Tlaryboo, ON; John Feirett,Wal lan, £38S6t, 8d., Maloolm Obariot Manbtrdy Dogwood, £88 6a. Bd. j Maloolm (Mm Maobardy, Hooktwood, £00.

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

! WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COUBT. TUESDAY, FCBBUABT 5. ' (Before wuUam XbompBOQi vbarles ; Clark, Eta., and Pr. Margetta, J.l'.'a. | I Adjoubnkd CASE.-John .Newton v. Charles Clark and Co.-Mr. Conquest for plaintiff; Mr. Fuller for defendant Tbis case was adjourned until the 18th instant, to give litne for the return of the police magistrate, the case having been heard by him in January last Dr. Bullen r. Julius Otto.-Claim for medical attendance, £7 12s. Mr. Adden brooke tor defendant; Mr. Fuller for plaintiff. Defendant's solicitor applied for an adjournment, on the grounds that he had not been instructed iu time to put in a plea. Mr. Fuller objected, but agreed to take the case on its merits. Dr. Bullen, being duly sworn, stated that he attended the dbfeudant for injury of arm; there was a fracture and dislocation; he reduced the same, and attended defendant from 26th October to 80th November. Dr. Koch, being duly sworn, stated that he had examined the defendant's arm, and was of opin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

On roE.CS* Stur.-A minister ia one .few eastern parishes, whose eermona ? wsnfsoarafiy«mk putter of fact than deap, mi' one-Sabbath endtnvouring to stake a* cisar a» possible the: account of the creation of mam He pictured out how Ood took a iutap ot deed day and faabioned into tba ah ape of a mac, which he then set up against a dyke to dry. On liearice this, one of the parishioners gave * low bat rather long and easily under ?tood whistle which was beard byths minister, who hnmedUtely cried "Wbs'e thati' the wsat gallery aaya I'm leein'P" The answer aoon came, which rather took him aback, and showed him he had been going on too faat. " 'Od, did I eay you was Main'; but wha biggit the dyke t' JMUw Aieeriiter. A lettfer from Middletown, Connecticut, aaya (according to an American news paper) that wonderful discoveries have recently been made in the sandstone quarries of that plaoe. " The grave* and (node of burial of a, primitive race are foubd in the rock. Toe men an lying in one'po...

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THE EMU CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

THIS EMU CHEEK DIGGINGS. The Special Correspondent of tbe 3. M. Herald writes: Again the gist of my communication must be no freah mining news-no dis covery of new ground-no extension of the old. Thing* are certainly beginning to get terribly dull. Business is down to zero, every man who has not a golden claim haa cleared out, and even the build* iug which hM hitherto been carried on 10 briskly is now beginning to flag. Many are beginning to.look serious, and to ask with much anxiety, " Will it ever rainf" In the meantime, the able* are sometimes thickly packed with heavy cumulus clouds, which after tantalising tbe people by gatheriug almost to tbe rainy point, suddenly disperse, and in half an hour leave the sky clear, bard, and uteelly look ing without ao much aa a nebula visible. Strang winds have prevailed for tbe last week, and made the weather much more j enjoyable; for though the dava may be warm, the nights are deliriously cool, ao cool as to make a couple of blanket* com* f...

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

kO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVEB TISEB8. We beg to Hat* that our Account* fir the quarter ending kbt December latt are now in eourte tf delivery, end we hope they trill It oettlei without the least delay Thote in arreart will kindly dilige nt by * prompt tettlement, at our rtguirSmetf* mutt be obviottt to them. fy Tkit being the proper timejbr payment qf rubtcripfiani in advance, we fmtl our friendt tvill acknowledge the foot by tend Mf remitia»cet.

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

AGENTS. Th* following Gentlemen h»T Ween appointed Afentl for tbil paper. and are authorised to rectire aabsoriptiona and advertieeulenta: Bvduey - A. CUBITT. Brisbane - ' - GairiUJi ft Bibd Maryland - - - W HABDT. Tanterfield « » - Q. WlLUos. Printed aud published fcjr PatwOK HtTCBTE, ?oie proprietor, at the" Arena" Office. Albion* stree t, Warwick, in tlie eolony of Queensland and al«« publiabod at Uoune-atrcot, Tauter field in tliu colouy of New bvutU Wale®1 liidtij-, l«bruarj 8, 1867. '

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AN EXTRAORDINARY MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

AN KXTttA.ORDlNA.Rr MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. Dublin, November 10th.-As tbe gen> tleman who has just been elected aa one of the Parliamentary representatives of Wexford County is Abe most rqmsrkable mas who hat erer occupied a seat in the ; House of commons, it may be interesting to your reader* to know something of Arthur MacMurough Kavanagh. I use no exaggerated phrase when I describe him a* not only the " most remarkable," but, I might truthfully add, the' most ex traordinary gentleman who has, during I the present century at least, entered Par- I liament With hia political proclivities and his religious predispositions I do not intend to waste your space, or weaiy your readers' patience. That lie is a Tory of the most constitutional hue, you and they are ot course aware; but although his Protestanism is of tbe severest class, Mr. Kavanagh is extremely popular, and by his numerous and prosperous tenantry it beloved and aincerely respected; for he admits in the administration of hi...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

ARItlVAl< AND UBPARTUHK OK TUB MAILS. AkHlVALS. FtCrn Maryland, enery Tuesday, at 1 ji.ro., and ever/ Saturday at 6 p.nt. " Sriebane and Iptwich, via Drayton, by Cobl'i coaches, every Tutidoy, Than* day, and Saturday, at 8 p.m. « Ltyburn, via Taly li Uigginge,**cry Wed net day, at noon. I>KIARTURE8. far Maryinnd, every Monday, at 6 a.m.I and totry Tkunday, at 4 p.m. ' Britbane and Jpewiek, via Drayton, every Monday, Weineekay, and Friday, by Cobb'e coachci, at 9 am. " Warwick to Leyburn, every Thurtdty, at 4 a.m. N,B.~ Letteti nuet be fueled at the Country CJIeei kalf an hour previaue la tht time fixed for the deepatek of matte, but late lettere loitt be received to vithin a quarter of an Aour, upon a fee of m titpenny itamp being affixed to tack fetter. Ifcvtpeperl are required to be potted one hour ttfore tke tiau appointed for doting the mailt. The JSnfliih matt cloeet on or about the 17th ./ awry msnf A.

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

THE WARWICK ARGUS -1/ AKP . ... TETTTEBFIELD CHBONICUB;, , IB published every Tuesday and" VtWitf ' find forwarded to all pirti of the Auatralianceloniei. " TBBMS ,0* 8tTB6CEimoir. Qoutulv fin advaaoej.......... 8». Ditto (credit) ....i. ...10s. Ordei* tmaoaunpatited by prepaymentwHI re eel»ejio»tt«itloo.:i ?.. .>...! . ? iiwctf* geiHrtt*** 8i«t Kan^.Sptb-Jiine, #0thj8Mit«aMr.itM*BUt' December; UrttMWiw'iWU frta'tbiirfUc nWltit »enlHii'<oi fertrard their nriVatiKtltiMkfia til «new)4iw( to tbo office ttleaat bf&u* the e«pU*,ttynirfewh TEBMfi FOE 'ADTEKWerKG. . Two tinea I # ... VfeuMfne* OfcltMi .................... f 0 )&>hiil V&'iinee,' oV * 1 unftflf'1 . *iVi. w «.« Ahflased ?dfwtlwiBunU aeper klloW^a oii adtertltkments nrJr,w!if?nr ni6r£ttUlB»l£ <fc8*el»iHTbttW>«to»l»' Pi^i.tfJ w.Jfth|(jii: eaehisKir ttob,= lift-oprlefonx Tife riDWk*«r )tf'Hri Wawrtre A*amJ*gi to. aunotinoe tOjfkt ntidinU /ef.the district that teMjW paikJ...

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THE Warwick Argus AND TENTERFILED CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8.1867. ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS. TO DECEMBER 10. AMERICAN NEWS. TO DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

[drwtcfi TERTERF1ELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8.1867. ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH NEWS. TO DECEMBER 10. AMERICAN NEWS. TO DECEMBER 10. Hie P. & N.Z.R.M. Stouter Ruahine j arrived at Sydney yesterday morning, at { 8.80, having been detuned at Panama for | arrival of mailt. 1 She report* tbe Goya, fiom Sydney, wrecked near California. Twenty-«ix per son* drowned; one pawenger, named Byrne*, and two of the crew saved. ' English newa by Atlantic Telegraph > has been reoeived to 10th December, but , it contain* nothing of importance. {lie Queen attended the uncovering of ] the Prince Contort Memorial at Wolver-! faaopton. Twenty eev^n thoaiaad ship-builder* were said to be«ntrf employment. A great Reform demonstration was held in London on the 8rd of December, at which Bright spoke for an hour. Rumours are abroad of a dissension In in the Derby Cabinet. Stephen*, the Fenian Head-Centre, had left New York, The British Government were fully pre pared in the event of a...

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

WE&&LY CALENDAR. F.b. « 10 II Tuw. Wed. Thur§.| Friday jSrtT SON. j Hon. 1 |Snn ri«ei.| m. u. B . 41 B . 42 5 . 48 B , 48 6 . 44 5 . 40 6 . 46 Bun *eti, a. x. 6 . 47 6 . 46 6 . 46 6 . 46 6 . 44 fl : 48 « . 48 ptfooii'iAgr

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TURSDAY FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 8 February 1867

WARWICK POLICE COUET. Tihudat. ? Fiiidui 6. (Before William Thompaon, Eiq., J.P., and Obarlea Clark. ESQ., J.P.) The defendant did not appearand there being » doubt m to the correct name by which defendant had been summoned, the Bench. adjourned the case until Friday, and fresh summonses to be issued. John Meyer was charged with being drunk. Be was cautioned and dismissed. R. F. Stidolph was chargrd, upon the information of Heniy William Benning, with using obscene language in Palmerin* etreet. Mr. Osenham appeared for the defendant. H. W. Benning, being duly sworn, stated that on Saturday last he warf leaving Mr. Addenbruoke's office in Palinerin-Btreet, when defendant used abusive aud threatening language without any provocation; he did not know the defendant, &ud had not spoken to him on any former occasion. By Mr. Oxenham : A man named Bowlandson did nut advise me to take out a summons. By the Bench : «Up to'the occurrence he did not know the defendant. George Thomas Bow...

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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

WufE.-There it no combination of letters in the English language which ex cites more pleuing and interesting associ ations in the taiaa of man than the word "wife." There is nugic in this little word. ! It presents to the miua'seye a cheerful com- \ panion, a disinterested adviser, a nurse in sickness, a comforter in misfortune, and a faithful and affectionate friend. It con jures up the image of a lovely, tender, con tiding woman, who cheerfully undertakes to contribute to our happiness-to partake with you the cup whether of weal or woe, which destiny may offer. The word "wife" is synonymous with the greatest earthly blessings ; and we pity the unfor tunate decreed to trudge along through life's dull pilgrimage without one. BEHOVE FJULEIT FBUIT.-No fallen or unripe fruit should decay on tbe grouud under or about the trees. Fruit that drops before it is ripe, does so because it is diseased. Insects mature in the Mien fruit, and rise to infect the trees, or leave their larrte for ano...

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HUMOROUS SPECIMENS OF NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS. (From Harper's Magazine for November.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

HUMOROUS 8PE0IMKN8 OF NEWS PAPER ADVERTISEMENTS. | (From Barpv't Magarini far Noctmbtr.) Properly regarded,, (be advertising colum i of a newspaper are anon* tho most important, for no uitu really becomes ae qmitited even with the news nf tlie day until be lias th'troniihlv perused tlie advcr t'nameiits. 'l'bey are t e pulse of Com merce and universal activity. They i«i> tain n it only rare specimens nf banian idi<> synoraaie*, hut aff>r<l A general view of life in every j o »i 'le plis-e. Tlify aid the arts BQil -cieiii-e*; they minuter to lore; they speak of ciiaMK'; sometimes they encite a smile, i-ouielituos a tear. Tu a tick man they promlne liealtli; tn a |-oor man they offer wealth ; tlie pie i*nre-seek< r in |*ist-d in am'i»"ini*ni6 ; tlio hoik bufer Inarm the tide ami pr oa <if tlie last new work ; the honse-huutcr rcalt of a deairable and eligible tenement for '. a family without eliililren the traveller of the best mean...

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REFORM DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

REFOBM DEMONSTRATION. An enthusiastic reform meeting was held So London on the Srd December, wbiob, u * | olitloal demonstration, ha* never been .quelled. A procession wa» formed of fifty tbeniand pertons. Tbe whole city was «lfre to witness ft. Many flag* were borne-prominent among them waa the atripes, Tbe air "Hit wearing of tbe Green" «u flayed by die various band*. Greet enthusiasm wm> everywhere exhibited, Mr. Bright sjoko for one boar. He w*t tbe Ben of tbe d»y. fie arid tilt tbe Tories Were reaponribje for tbe ptesent political agitation in England, and expected outbreak Id Ireland.. 3>e meeting came to . iresolMion that no Reform Bill eliouM meet tbelr approval which did not grant Manhood Suffrage. Great flood* have taken place in Lan cashire f nd Yurkabire. Three town* have been flooded, and many live* int. Tbe Prince x>f Wale* baa met with an enthusiastic reception la Studs. Tbe acoouchttncnt of tbe Prince** of Wale* li expected'in tbe beginning of tbe year j and...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

ARRIVAL OF THB I PANAMA MAIL. ? We pnblisbtbe following addition*! Eng lish Neva from the Guardian ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL NEW8. It is believed tbat tbe difficulties between .lie Pope and the King of Italy bare been settled by diplomacy. Tbe representatives of tbe United States Government at Paris have commenced actions at law against parties in 'France, who furnished ships material to tbe Bontbern Confederacy daring tbe late ,vir, It is positively deoUred tbat Austria will concentrate troops in Galiieia, in spite or former denials of an intention to do so. Great fires havo taken place in Paisley, Hull and Bnry, THB FENIANS. Tbe Fenian Conspiracy in Ireland, and projected risiog, have corned considerable anxiety, and haa begun to assume alarming proportions. Tbe Government feared tbat an attempt would be made to teice leading pnblio men as b< stages till terms conld lie made on political questions. Arrests were ipsde, andtroope sent to Ireland, Several caaea of ammunition...

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GRAND OCEAN YACHT RACE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

GRAND OCEAN YACHT BACE | Tlie Grand Ocean Yacht Race has com- ] menced. The three yachts entered are ! the Fleetwioff, Vesper, and Henrietta. The owner* of these yachts each subscribe thirty thousand dolling. The course i« from Sandy Hook to the Noedles, on the Knglish coast. The Fleetmng is a deci ded favourite. I

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

PBDSSIA. Tbe ProiQan Government bur com tnrtieti coercive uituuret with ifgtrd to Humer.

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