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SMOKING IN RAILWAY CARRIAGES. (From the Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

SMOKINO IN RAILWAY CARRIAGES. {From the standard.) Toe authority of tbe Court of fineen's ' Bench, sitting in banco, ii about lobe in voked to deck'# two momentous qneni.ms -tlie one Biiing out ol the other. Tlie fir»t is, whet hi r smoking in a railway car risge ii let11; the second, whether a ohargQ of asssi It, in an endeavour to fire vent it, can be i istained. Tbe point rai*ed, it will lie seen, ii how far the by-laws of companies Im'd itaod j but as the-e ere generally sanctioned by Act of Pmliament or by the board of trade, that problem can not be very difficult to solve; while, with reference to tlie collateral ie-ue, it appears certain that no act of ijulence can lie justi fied, except iu tbe case «>f a perrou attempt ing to hinder aimtlier from couiiiiting a miademesnonr or "a felony. We doubt, bow-ever, whether any tribunal will arrange this n filter afctisfiictorily, tor it is one ex clusively between tie railway managers snd the publir. Common eenae and the practice ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE [?]arwich Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUEDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1867. ARRIVAL OF THE C.M.S. H E R O AT PORT DENISON, WITH ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 19th DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

Pdru&lf cUfjaSt TfcNTEllFIELD CHRONICLE. i ARRIVAL OF THE O.M.S. HERO AT POM DENISON, ' "WITH ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 1«th DECEMBER. Thi Hero left Bthvit on the 29th January. The following are the latest telejjrfcms received there per overland aoail to the ttlh Janoary. London, December 11,2 p.m. Thrre are still a number of Fenian .mats talcing place in Dublin. Archbishop Oollea faaa written a pailo Mlletter, condemping the Fenians. Cotton is firm, and prices are advancing. Manchester goods are also firmer. December 12. TJis steamer I.anc has been seised, on suspicion of being lu the employ of the Fenians. The French troops have all left Borne. \a address has been adopted by the Hungarian Diet, depending the restitu tion of the Constitution. The Polish press considers that Bnnsian progress fn Central Asia is favourable to Poltab commerce. Tbo Russians are considering plans for a proposed nilway to ^faotaan. The cotton market is quiet, and un changed. December 18. A terrible coll...

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

Tr'jjjKiCLT CALENDAR. Fab. IS 15 I* 16 16 17 ib! Toe*. Wed. T1inr». Prfflny f»»t. ! SUN. ] Mm. j Sun lets, B. K. « . 42 6 . 41 6 . 41 «i . 40 6 . 8B « : 89 6 . 88 Moon's Age b.; 7 B 9 10 11 IS 13

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ARREST OF ONE OF THE ASSASINS OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

ARBEST OF ONE OF THE AS8A8INB OF PKE8JD1S.KT LINCOLN. John H. Surratt, sou of ibu Mrs. Surntt * at executed frith the ?*-"r of Abraham Lincoln, and who tras himself implicated in the assassination, has been arrested at Alexandria by the United States Consul, and sent on to America. He states that Jeff Davie give his assent to the muder of Lincoln. Voluminous cor. respondence with regard to the arrest of 8urrrtt releives Johnso and Seward of im putations cast upon them to the effect that they bad neglected to use proper precaution to secure the arrest of the fu> gitive assassins.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) SYDNEY. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Btitbant Daily popert.) SYDNEr. Februar- 6. An address and very bandeome testi monial have been presented to Mr. Wil liam Lyster, in ai-knowledguient of the efforts be has made to produce first-class muBic in the colonies. The testimonial consists of n pyramid of pure gold, cm a quartz base, set in bronze. The opcrn of " Guatavus" baa proved a great euoocsn. Mr. Thompson, attorney, of Matt land, baa been committed at the Mur rnruodi District Court fur contempt. Mr. Simon Kemp, father of the late Mr. Charles Kemp, who was for many years part proprietor of the &yinty Moving Herald, has died at Newcastle, lie was one of the oldest residents of that place. February 7. The wool sales are dull. Tfcerc are scarcely any transactions to report. A man's leg. much decomposed, has been found floating in Darling Harbour.

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. ' A meeting of the ratepayer* <ru held | on Tuesday in the Town Hall, for re ceiving the nominations for last vacant seats in the Municipal Council. Three | aldermen retire by rotation, and Mr. Simon [ Mayer having resigned, there are conse quently four vacancies to be filled up. Tbe attendance was very small. | Alderman Boss was tbe Beturning officer, and having stated the object of t he j meeting, he further remarked that from the number of nominations sent in, mure interest seemed to be felt by the rate* payers in municipal matters. They would not, at any rate, find it necessary to call lip in the Governor to nominate gentlemen to fill the vacancies. The TOWN CtBtttc then read the nomi nations fur aldermen in tbe following order: James Lethbridge, Frederick Morgan. John Winstone. Samuel Bvenden. David Crombie. James Morgan. The following were nominated as audi tors for tbe year: Thomas Horsman. William Warren. 1 The Returning-officer announced t...

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

MNXICO. Makinilian .till remiioi at Oriieib*. It ii (tattd tW be ii preparing a \iudication of liia action ii'lwwg Uuico. A report it in t-iiculiitn.n to tb« effect ifaat MaxioiUitu baa agreed to abdicate, if (eroiitted, in lavonr of . tiinravinte, coni. |XKrd of ibtfmw, Mtramoo, and Haiina; aiid »|i| til to a vote of tie |>eo|<le for tfae iicw Government A Pitii detpatob ujt, tlikt til Ftvoch inwiHittt, to bring heme Fremb trtw>|v, *il) mil for Ten Cm Lelore tbe l&tli <ucunt. General BbertLao and Mi, Campbell bate arrived at Vein Cine, and hate received ever; mark of comitqr and mpwt from tbe }.cnple tif tbe French autbotuiea. Mixioiiliau'a baggage and tbe French and Aoktritntroopa we being coueenttated, piepatatory to tbeir final departure.

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Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, 29th January, 1867. £5000 REWARD. (From the Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

.Deportment cl. Public Lands, Brisbane, 20th January, 18G7. £6000 BEWAED. (From (heOovtrnnent Oatette. Referring to a notice iscued on the 8th instant from the Colonial Secretary's De partment, whereby n reward of £3,000 was ottered under certain conditions for the discovery of a gold-field : It is hereby now publicly noticed for general infor mation, that his Excellency the Governor, with the advice of tlie Executive Council, has been pleased to rescind such notice, with the view of offering (subject lo the approval of I he Legislature) a reward of five^tffousand pouude sterling for the dis covery of new gold-field?, under certain conditions, which are hereunder Annexed, and which the Government consider are better calculated to meet with general ap proval and stimulate enterprise than those previously published. By his Excellency's Command, J. P. BELL. COSDITIOSS DEFEHIIED TO IK NOTICE OF THIB DATE, ORDER WHICH BF.WAUIIS WIL»- BE GIVEN FOR THE DlSCoVEBT OF New Golb-mklbb ra tioEFA...

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

Wanted, ACII "KdBMAKER, either Man or \7o:.; in, v Itu understands (be proce*s tlionui^ i.;v. Ai iily to , JOHN WILSPX. 4& Bay'. NOTICE. MB.' H. O. BANSOMft is auihorUed tn RBOK1VB MONEYS on our account d"rlng the Absence of IIr. D. M'lntosh, and liil receipt will ba considered a sufficient discharge. 78 MINTOSU It CO. NOTICE. " WE beg to announce Hint onr accounts are now being reudered, and parties indebted to m wilt confer a favour by a^uliug tlum within It days rrom date of this nulicn, after which our books will be placed in 'he hands of our agent, with instructions to take immediate proceedings for tlie recovery of all .ccounti then owi-g, Signed, MINTOSH & CO. Office at Mr. H. ?. Ransoms'* Sals Rooms., adjoining the Stores. Warwick. 11th February. 1867.' 79 Notice to Trespassers. ANY person found Trespassing oW. or remov. ? ing*Cattle or lloritu* fnrfu, the EiUngbwata Rim, %ft«>ttil» date, -wiUioat iny poroiesiou. grill; be proeeaulod. .v , T . JKO. 0. EMan...

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

AMEBIC A. The American Coogrew net on tbe 4th December. The Preeident'e tnettage ei> preaeet profound regret llmt many of the 8iate« formerly engaged in rebellion hate been prevented by Oungreta Irou being re (iineiittd now in the Legulatnre. He adherrs firmly to the polio; fur a re-cuo .l ruction of tbe Union, atd.urget Congreu to admit l«)a! tenatota (row unrepresented Sutet. He farther eticei that Fricc* liu postponed uktng troopa ftom Mexloo tintil spring { tbat foreign relation* with Amen a* are tttiif&lorv, tbongb there baa been tome difBenlijr oti the part vf Gnat Britain in aettling.tbe Alabama clainii. United Sutra troops, tinder the command of General Sedgwick, occupied Ma-amoral on the 24lh November routiary, it ia aaid, to orders. tic kaa recalled from hie cum mind. -The ciriunuUuce crested a great atir in Waiiiiogton. The Canadians are preparing to mist a threatened Fenian raid A new Atlantic Telegraph Company baa been formed io New York.

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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. IN INSOLVENCE. (Before the Commissioner, Mr. Justice Lutwvcbe.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

SJdPBEME COUBT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. IK IKSOIVKNCT. ^ (Before the CarainMBioQer, Mr. Justice Lutwvcbe.1 In the estate of Walter Davidson.-A .second sitting Insolvent was not present. 'Debts were proved as followsTrustees of assigned eotale of 0. Gorry, £65 14s.; Jessop and Miguel, £25 lis; Joseph Young, £7 16s Sd; William Hridge, £88 5s 8d; Patrick Al'Carthy, £12 Lis ; W. 11. Bj era and Co., £15 I Us.; John Sin clair, £16 10s lOd; William Yuldwyn, £4,984 17s. The sitting closed. TRDBBDAT, FEBBUABY 7. In the estute of Charles Armstrong. An adjourned third sitting. Insolvent wan not present. The following debts were proved and allowed :-Trustees in the asBiened estate of A. On ben, for £13 14s. Frederick Morgan, £17 13s.; and Charles 11. Kawlins, For £47 8s 4d. As the sittiDg bad been twice previously ad journed, it was now adjourned tine die. tn the estate of James M'Nalley.-An adjourned first sitting. Insolvent was present. No debts were proved. Wear ing apparel was allowed. The s...

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

jowl Hr. B. Q. Faller. solicitor, of this town, ku ! been appointed a Gnmmiaaioner for affidavits, &o" Id the Supreme Court of Queensland. The Secretary of the Warwick Hospital bags to acknowledge, with thanks, tba receipt of £10101. fro'n O, Williams b^tht coutrsc tor for tbo Warwick Hallway. Mm Silt Warm.-We are sorry to learn from t private source tliat Mill Kate Wards, tbe talented acreea who during the atay of the oompeny with which aha w» connected to Brisbane made hurailf ino'i a favourite w.th the public, broke a b looi-miel to Maitland aome time laet week, and now ilea in that tow: in a very preoarioua atate Guardian. A special eoort will be held at Warwick on tbe 20th inet for the purpose of appointing a ponndkeepar for Uie newly proclaimed posud * at Allore. We are informed that Menre, Smith and Co., of Toowoomba. are about to establish a coda water and lemonade manufactory here. We question whether two ealaUfohmente of tbe above charaoter can be well supported In...

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

AGENTS, Tn following Gentlemen Iuti been appointed sffenU for tliii paper. »»i are aolteiied to xotin wlMriptitti ui .dwteiuatt^* ? Slimy .... A.Ccuirr. KbbiM * ubbtua* ft Bub Kujland . - - * "*»»*. leoterfieU - - - Wimjb*. Printed aid pvfciubed fey Patkick BITCH ik, ?olt Mtntielor, at Un" Aleut*1 Uflice, Albkfr Itmt, Warwick, In tbt«ulon;clQweiialaDd ud alio (mUitbed it llouie-ntnnt, Ycuter leli in the colony. of New fremiti Tdet l««Bd*y. February IS, 1887.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. (Before [?]. Clark, W. Thompson, and F. Margetta, Esqs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

. WARWICK POUOJS CO,OUT. Wedvebbat, Febbuaby 6. (Before 0. Clark, W. Thorn paun, and F. Marietta, Esqe., J.P.'b.) Matthew M'Mahon and Michael Gar ney were charged with unlawfully breaking open the door of a but, occupied by Jobn M'luory, blacksmith, on Rosenthal ulation. ! with intent to take life. Prisoners pleaded not guilty. John M'lnery, being duly sworn, deposed tbat on tbe night previous, about seven o'clock, the prisoners broke open the door of bis hut, by throwing heavy stones against it. After the do >r ! \^as forced open Thomas M'Gavin and John Wright took the prisoners to their own but; in a short time they returned; complainant was inside the taut at the time tbe prisoners came back ; M'Mahon 1 brought with bim a large bay fork, and . swore he would take complainant's life before be did another stroke upon liosen thai station. By the Bench: Tbe prisouers , were outside the but wben M'Mahon used the language; M'Mahon was held I by two men, auil it was then that cum pla...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

AIIRIVM. AND DKI'ARTURB OP THE MA U.S. j jsnrr)' s. ifffri/t/rnd, iter# TftJay, nt 1 p.m.'% and every Saturday at 0 pM. .i Brisbane and Jptm'rh, via Drayton, by , CobbU coachen, tvtry Tuetday, Thurt» and Saturday,&( 3f.fR. * Ley6(/m,«f<7 7 * iggingt,every Wed fifirfoy, «7f nerm. far Maryland, wry Monday, at 8 a.m., and every Thursday, at 4 p.m. Britbetne and fpanich, via Drayton, every Jfonday, Wednesday, and Friday, hy Cokb'* coachea, at 9 a.m. M Warviek to Ltyburn, 0p*ry at ? a.m. IfUfri mviI &i f o<M <( the Country Offices half in hour previous (j the time fixed for the despatch of mailt, but late letters mil be received to teithin a quarter of an haur% upon a fee ©/a sixpenny stamp being affixed to each letter. ffiewepfipers are required to be potted one hour Before the time appointed for closing the mails. The English ««li closes on or about the 17th of every month.

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

THE W ARWICK ARGUS in> TENTEBFIELD CHEONICLB 1«JSK?«S&SS£V^^ AuiMUn colonic*. tkrmsof BUB6CB«TI0N. tXLm&iSSX& 'r*vmm**n-w Jnoe, Y iT ' Cl. ni>i Itanembar. TEftWS FOB ADTBB'JlBINO. Twoltaea i f . FourHn«» ! J{ fll. M.IM J ® ' tn' ii'ne», « j ^ large #iA itipUyrf «3l*erti»emei>t» m |*t dlfcaaot allowed on riwtJwmenti ottered formorethMi a1««onjeeutt»6 lo"e,'1°""|' !llrtli», w death*, *«. e*011 'n** 'jta tJftab»enoe <>'f*ritte» .totnttttoni to th. oootwy, UnjtliWMiti will b* luierted «n«l ^a*o^em«rt%n>o»tj« iWjt to to tiaOBca by ottta «m Sitortfrfjr* #ud . Proprietor. JOB EMM TING. ^«'SC. to t& ©MCute »*«ry dtwrlptton <rf CMB0B, CATALOOVHB, CIXCPLABS, HANDBILLS, ui.BEU3,flEOElPT & DELIVER* SOOKB >' . CHEQUE BOOKS, &aaasb^u>© Of atl the*, plain mi tuUA, tot &Qv fro* iUSl'jBAllAK JOIKTSTOCK BAKE. |ATEIU«T »JI»«<m1«>h FUed DepoeiU at I euifentNtoa. DrafU iretitj «m nil ttoPnnch...

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[?] SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

SLO SUBSCRIBERS AXD ADVER TISERS. Wtbeg to tat* that iter Acccuntt for the' quarter ending Sl*t Deember tart are how m eourte of delivery, and we hope they ttitt be eettled without the leatt delay Thott ui arrears will kindly oblige v* by * prompt tettlement, a* our requirement* mutt be obviott* to them. Thit being the proper time for payment of ttibtcriptioni in advance, we truit our friend* will acknowledge the fact by tend ing remittance*. .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 12 February 1867

BIRTH. On the 10th February, at her residence, corner of Palmerin and Albert streets, Mrs. A. Gerish, of a son.

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News by the Mail. VIA PANAMA. THE REFORM MOVEMENT.—GREAT DEMONSTRATION AT LONDON. London, December 3. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

VIA PVNA.MA. From j Kirtials tn hand, per the Panama mail steamer Rnahine, which bringa newa from England to the 10th Deoeaber, and fnm Near York one dajr later, we Courier, make the following quo tation* : THE REFOKM MOVEMENT. GREAT DKMONSTRATION AT LONDON. Tbe demonstration made to-day by all the trade societies of London in aid and ap proval of (be parliamentary reform move ment, constituted the most important po litical movement which Itss ever taken place or been witneaaed in this country. As John Bright anticipated in "hit speech at Manchester a few day* sinee, fully 60,000 men paraded and formed in the prooesaion, and there would have been many thonaaoda more present bat far tbe run which fell daring the day. There were forty-seven trade sooieties, with many-mem ber* of tbe Beform League -organisation, The member* were formed by their offioeta into four diviaiona, eaoh division being ac companied by a band or bands of maaio and having appropriate devioea on tbe ban ners, quit...

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

AGENTS. Tat following Gentlemen trn been appointed AgenU for'tliia paper, and are antlioriaed to teoaire subscriptions end advertisement*: Sydney - * - - " A. CcBITT. Brisbane ... Qtiroit & Bibd Maryland W H»bdy. Tenterfield U. Wtuaos. Printed and published by Pateiox Bitchi* aole proprietor, at the" Ana" Office, Albion ?treet, Warwick, in the colony of QueCDllaud and also pnbltehed at Roodb-street, Tenter field in the colon* ot New Mil Wales. Ftiday, February 15, lg67.

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