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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

Wanted, BY >1 Mnn. BOABD andl/JDGIX<i in a private family. Particulars, Ac., cum be obtained by addressing as under, B. A. I., Pint-office. Warwick, February 14, J867. ? 82 Wanted, ASITOAtiON, asNURSE M NEEDLE WOMAN, in > reapecUble family- The alrcitiurii also capable of inSptrllng a plain English equation.-Address A.B., offios Of this paper. 97 Rev. J. J. Westwood WILL PRKAOHln the Wcslcyan Chapel, on WEDNftSDAY EVENING. 80tb Instant, tt tilf-tintf o'clock. 104 NOTICE. / HAVING Purchased from Mr. P. FLKWijfrfl the RTOHT df BRANDS of Ml HORSES I desoilbed III * Hst got-from beott and Brebner, | ujr peraon-found «itn(, taking sway, or Belling 1 My of the «*me will be pronauted «. the law | directs, without respect to persona. The |AoVe ere my property, no other ptison burin); My cialffl on them.' \' F. MORGAN, JuE.t \ Batcher. , Warwtdk,' Warwick, Uth tfebrtttry, 1S67. ot NOTICE. RANSOMS <i aVJL, niKWim jfS H0KET9 uu uur .wisuum rribg tLeabsetice of Itr. ...

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 — 19 February 1867

ALTNIVAL AND T)KPAHTURE OLF <RNFL MAILS. ARRIVALS. f'ritm V>rrvUtr*l rverv Tvtirldy, at 1 p.T, and fiery Saturday at 6 p.m. " Kri»K*nr and Ipswich, via Drdyton, by Cobb's toarhes. every Tuesday. Thurt' Arv, and Saturday.at Sf.m. " l.ri/burn. via Ptlirii Uiggingt,every Wei netiaj/, at num. nKFARTUkKS. tot tfbrt/ltinti, every Monday, at B s.m.j atld every Thursday, at t p.m. tl'iibane end Fpneieh. via Drayton, every Monday. Wednesday. and Friday, by Cobb * coaehet. at 8 a.m. Warwick to Leyburn, every ThUrsdty, at 4 a.m. .? V.S.- Letter* «tut< be lotted at the Country tyleet half «n tour previous t > the time fixed far the despatch of mailt, tut late letters fill be received to talUn a quarter of a* hour, upon a fee of a sizpttmy stamp being affixed to each tetter. Jftweptp'en an required to be posted out hour before fit time appointed for e&oiing the mailt. The English nail closet en or about the 11th 0/ every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

WARWICK ARGUS <IENTEEFIEU> CHRONICLE r -is AwrtnllancMonl**. TJCBMB OF 8OTSCBIPTION. r Order* nnaooompaiiled fcj prepaymeat will *.* TEBM8 rOB ADVEBWSING. »ollM * « jtirbt llnee . ... . . . . - . . . . 4 ® «mcr addition** fcna Hm*. OR J 0 f-fryt »"« 'u per "SSBaaieoentellew**0® adTertUanynta -sa^5^«^"-r!Ss ^jSSl2T5jSRSKilS :^s5saaa^ffi SifiSfta-.n *« Sg»g£ fropriator, JQJB PRINTING. 2^S^%2tSTS^f|5 £Iii|jwj*r©ato*x«K»U .?.ry detcHptloii *f glsix i«l #w»mi«tet PRINTING Wtfcjgiaiiwt* aaS de*patch,attnoi«rete price# 04JUDA 134.TALOQUMK, OlRCCLiBS, HANDBILLS, fclflBI* RECEIPT * DEUrEBr 800KB CHEQUK&OOKfi. IWIttH 8K2&0>£ Of all titM, pUfa mirtdti, dm, to, dta. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on Flaed Deposits at <rarrant rate*. * Draft* lunttd on all tlia Br»ncht« and Agen cies In Naw Booth Walae, Qneen«lind, Victoria, Adulilde, TainunU, and New ZuUod; abo on iteftUnd,IraUDA.*ad4)ootlaBd. '? ? »MM B. BOSS. B Uenagcr at Warwick. Bud...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

tftBEKLY CALENDAR. r*i>. i9 so 21 21 2» ?34 Tie*. Wea. Tliitri. 8»».. SUN. 'Son rlns. b. v. S . 61 6 . £.1 s . et Mooii's Age.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]o SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

to SU&SCRIBER8 AND ADtMb {tlSESB. *F« leg to Aate. that our Account* for the quarter ending 3l»£ December last are now in eeurte of ddivmg, toe hope they will he tettled without the leari delay iFhoie HI arreart frill kindly oblige tit by a prompt settlement, a* our requirement* mut be obvion* to them , Thit being the proper timejbr payment of «Tilteription* in advance, we trutt our friend* wiB Hclcniidedge the fact by tend ing remittance*.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

^fontaC Ucms, Tn&TBC.t,uro SUEEP.-Ou Saturday kit about SOOt)sleep passed throu,'!) Daibr in route to Blythedale (Mr. Wienbolt's station), near Boma, in charge of Mr., Deloitte ; and on Monday 13,000 passed from Juandah (Mr. Boyd's station), in charge of Mr. Taylor. During . tlio drought these sheep were sent doj'n below for feed and to be shorn, and are now re turning. On Wednesday last, Mr. 11. P. Dun passed with 26,000sheep for Victoria to go by way of Callandoon a<*d Oubbo. These sheep are from Jimbour sad Ouin killenbar stations. We also leant that preparations are being made for boiling aovvn 10,000 or 15,000 thoep on "Jiinbour during the next few weeks. A gentle man arrived in Dalbr last .wpek from Melbourne-'-whence ~ be ^ bad Corns ' over land, taking the train to Ecliuca, in three weeks-to take charm of some 15,000 sheep to be sent to Victoria from "tho neighbourhood of Taroom,-D. Herald. The -CbitHer taps t-If the Government have not already resolved to...

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local Interlligences [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

fjUfocflt ^Puf<i££i<)ch«; i).T.Seymour, ElfCommissionerof^oUu, is expected to be in town to-day. Ha is on a general tour of inspeotion throughout the enlira colony. A considerable camber of bones ara travelling with him, for the purpose of being-distributed In variolic police rtatlona where tUny. may be required. Wc have no doubt this officer will leave behind bin ro#J fruits of bis many visits over anch a large territory, Mr. Inspeotor Lewie paid a visit of inapec tion to the police-quarters here on Saturday evening last, and oonduoted a parade of the constabulary on Monday morning. We learn that the inspector expressed himself highly pliased with the oleanUnesa of the police quirten and the general oouditlbn of the for«e. AtMln-hone poftr inline passed throagh (be (Own a torn days ago. It was enolosed in a l«te woolen c*«e raised open two drays and di&wn by a ytfke <ff twfclity-tvro bullocks' We telieve It is intended for the North Britlib ...

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MONDAY. FEBEUARY 18. (Before Charles Clark,Esq; J P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

MONDAY. FEBEUABY 18. (Before Charles Olark, J P.) Michael Fitzgerald was brought up ia custody chatged with stealing a tent from the railway camp at Allora, the property of Charlei Stewart. There being only one magistrate on the benoh, toe pri soner was remanded to the Allora Bench, bail being allowed, self in £40, and two sureties in £20 each. John M'Donald pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was fined £1, or 48 hours in the lockup. Itswccu B*.CES.-The stewards of the 1 North Australian Jockey Club publish this morning the programme of their annual meeting, to take place on the 4th, 5th, and fit hi of June. Most of the prices offered are somewhat lees than those of fast year; the entrances are also lower. Thanks to the wretched pettifogging of cCftaiu members of the Assembly, there is no Queen's Plate this year: much good may the' paltry hundred guineas saved do the counti? f A 76 sovereigns handicap is substituted. The Trial stakes on the first day, and the Claret Stake...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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WABWICK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. (Before Clark, Esq., J.P., and W. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) BATHURST BURR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

WABWICfK POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBBUABT 15. (Bdfote Clias. Clark, Eb<J., J.P., aud W. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) BA.T1ICMT BOBB. Thofuaa Joijes.a farmer at Campbell's Plains, was charged tfy Air- Sub-Inspector Harris with neglecting to destroy Iho Bathurst burr on his land. Notice was served upon the defendant on the 15th December last, and further notice was given a fortnight ago. Constable Manton .wore that he bad inspected the farm, and found eoue of the burr cutj but a con siderable quantity remained uncut on .a farm which he rented. Constable Waldrtm .wore that there Was no burr on defen dant'* own farm, and only a few bunches on the farm which he rented. The evidence of the two constables. being somewhat contradictory, their Worships adjourned the case until Tuesday, in order that a further inspection of the laud should be made. Conrad Noe, a farmer at Campbell's Plains, was also charged with the same offence., He had received the' same notices as the above defendant. Th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION EE POET. iterriBon and Jonea report: Stations.-We are still unable to report any transactions worthy of note in pas toral properties, but the increasing and apparently more business-like enquiry respecting such as are offered i« almost daily becoming more perceptible. Fat cattle.-In confirmation of our pre vious reports we ttow have to advance our quotations for fat oattle, and we anticipate a still further rise and a continuance of good prices forsorhetimetocome. Prime bullocks are worth from £0 10s. to £8 10a., whilst middling and lower qualities are worth from £7 to £7 10s.; COWB, prime, heavy, £6 5s. to £7 7s. Fat ehoep.-Have also rallied in prices a little during the week, and may be quoted at least Is per head over last quota* tions. Store cattle.-Our remarks under ibis bead last week apply to the present state of the market. In a abort time the de mand may be expected to be bfitik for Southern deliveries, and there ib every reason to Relieve tnobB now...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE REFORM DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

THF J1EF0RM DKMOKSTHA.TION IN LONDON. The Timet comments on the demonstra tion in the following terma : It is a subject for great public satisfac tion and thankfulness, after the just ap prehensions of danger and disaster which the demonstrations had excited, that the occasion passed off with scarcely a single casualty or accident of miy kind worth mention. Up to an advanced hour of the night nothing whatever had occurred to call for any extraordinary interference by the police on duty. There were many robberies in the crowd, especially near the entrauce to the grounds of Beaufort House ; but they, were only such as are ordinarily committed at any popular gathering; The creditable bearing and couduet of the men as a body rtbo actually took part in the demonstration were the theme of constant remark throughout the day, and the police authorities 011 duly fully bear out the geneial opinion in that reBpect. Upwards of 4000 foot and 160 mounted police were placed upon and neartiie line ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SYDNEY. February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

SFDNBT. I Febnkhr 13. A bushtttnger attempted to' rob tub Chinese Camp at Mudgee ou Simdaylftet. The Chinese afore bun off. Scott's trial Commenced to-day. At the' Wool ealei to-day, thirty bttyens atteoded, s#d the bidding was very doll. The following Were the prices which were obtained:-Good scoured, 21d.; half greasy, 9d. February 14. Thfc weekly wool Sale* beld w-day showed more animation, and sales were brisker. Mr. Boddie, late a Presbyterian clergy mkB at Moruya, is now undergoing lis trial «n a charge of having committed an unnatural offence.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCKHAMPTON. February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

&OC&HAMPTON. February 14. Hie Bank of Mew South Wales pur chased ninety ounces of gold at the Mori niati digging!, yesterday. Accounts re ceived from these diggings are favourable. There ii not very much doing At Croco dile Greek, owing to.the large quantity of water the diggers have to contend with.

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Poetry A MAN AND A BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

kftg. A MAN AND A BROTFtEB. " Story 1 God bless you! I have none to tcl j*oiit sir." CAN NINO. " Chieftain, enter my verandah, Sit not In the burning sun. I will giva tlie* shelter, and a Remnant stale of currant bun. Fenr not. I RID the intruder t. and white men such a* I, Simpler though thou art, and ruder, Tliou art heir of earth and sky. Thine the mountain, thine the rivrr. Thine the eodleu milet of acrab I Slftl I grudge thee. then,-(oh never I) Useloss endi of refuse grub? Ill becomea thy princely haunches, , Such a Meat upon the gr&and Doubtless, nn a throne of biauchea. Thou hast sat, banana crown'd. Shall ft (alien warrior prince m^el Worse reception than a fiend ? Tuko, oh (nice this week oM ininco-meat. And this bone that Dash lias cleau'd. Treated like a very rebel, Ohas'd from town at net of nun Wer't thou ee'n the' debbil-debhil' Thou should'st eat . . when I ain done. Thou slialt likewiso have a pair of Iron-msil'd white canva* . bags.' Which, alas, the wear a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ADELAIDE. February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 February 1867

ADELAIDE. Februart 14. The tarfcue Zauoni, 338 tons, hence, ! bound to Loudon with a cargo of wheat, was caught it) a cyclone in tbe Gulf of St. Vincent, and foundered. Fortunately the erew were eared. * lite wife of a merchant Wat walking iu ibe Ho6 du Faubourg-Saiht-AtiLoine, Paria, when a yoong girl nbo&t thirteen threw beraelf on her neck, elctahniog " Ob, my detf aunt!" Tlic lady released herself from !bc embrace, Idling the girl that she was inie taken. " Ah !" said the gill in a aorrowful lobe, looking attentively at the lady,** I eee i liare made a mistake," and chc went away bb if to hide bcr con- ] fuaion. Not long after (lie lady miRsed j her puree, and all at once the idea struck ( her that the child might liavti taken il. She accordingly returned, ami after con siderable anarch, discovered llic child ill a wine slibp, with her father and mot Iter. ( They were all iun-slcd, and the jiuiac mu. | found 1111 the moilicr.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Herald. WORMS IN HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

WORMST HORSES Whenever the imparfant function of in dignation la interfered with by bad manage ment, or deficient or onwholeioiQi food for any length of time, the irritated organarecrete * large amount of depraved mucus, to abeath and protect tbem from the iujurjoua effect* which would ariee from contact with iniper feotly digested food and consequent acridity of the fluid>. In theie slimy beda worma generate and thrive apace, and lie in wait to sip the blood-producing " cjle," on en uninterrupted and abundant supply of which the bone depend* to maintain hia condition and rtrengtb. The tale i* coon told-the one* mole-like akin, bright eye, and sprightly step, it gradually changed to the pastelioard bide, tbe ecurfy . staring ooat, and languid step, wliioh anonar or later enda in cullcy paint and inflammation; and autil these ecrious results eet in, little or no attention ie paid tu tbe unmistakeabls . change which b^s been taking place, exoept, perbapi, a caanul remark that "ther...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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News by the Draft. THE FENIAN EXCITEMENT (From the fHmteANews Decrelbr 206 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

THE FKNIAN uaiii'iL.\'i'. (From the ffomt AVw*. Decrmler 20 ) Witl i in tin; last dkhii I) ili,' Irish Executive have been imrcini:f iii{» in 'their endeavour tnobtain some important chics which were wanting to unravel ilie plans and Jbi.uk out the limits of the plot, mid they have used vigorously for that pur pose tlio great powers entrusted to them by the suspension ol the Habeas Corpus Ael. Hy such menus, assisted nblv by the zeal and energy <1 the Duulin detec tives,' u n<l (lie purchased.tmichery of (some of the conspirators, 4liey obtained within n lew days possession of must important secrets. 3ii consequence of these dis closures n Iflriie number of arrests wore mode lio.'trly simultaneously of (lie more prominent ol' the riigleaileis throughout the island. The plans of the rebels were tliuh prevented, and a wholesome - terror seized upon the whole herd of Yankee colonels and captains who were still at large, so that they hnve made such haste to decamp ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A COMMON VICE. (From the South Durham Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

A COMMON VICE. (Am Iht South Durham Btrald.) One of the dntie* mott pleaiing to . joarntlitt ti that of fiodion out in a political advtrtary eertain unmiatakeable point* of merit. Beoeuse this m*j be ? Ooontrri tif« paper, and »b*t a Ba;>cal paper, it no reaaoo why tbia and that should be al*ay* .t daggers drawn, and blind to rood quali ties "en the other aide." "Under which king, Beconian t speak, or die I" ia not tbe ; motto of modern journalism, utre in email and mean ouu where political virulence take* the plaoe of common bonetty, When a writer, from whose political opinion* we torn with diitaite, drop* bis polities fur the time, and write* good aonnd aeuae with ' which only malignant* can disagree, it it I bnt lair that the good in bim ehonld find J favourable notice, end tbe light under hi* i bnthel be acknowledged. Aud thiri ehould certainly be the eate when the journal in which auch an amende i* made ha* the authority and tbe world-wide circnlaiiou of a srt«t London paper...

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FARMERS' CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

FARMERS' CALENDAR FOE FEBRUARY. FIELD.-Maize may still be sown firing the early part of the month, but irsown later there is risk from frost, particularly in low swamp lands, or in lauds not suffi ciently near the sea or close to river bauks, Karth up growing maize, and thin out to three or f^ur stalks to the hill. Seed which has been kept from earliest potatoes, if well sprung, may bo planted. Gii'e all dillieence to have ground well and deeply broken up and tilled, either by hoe, spade, or plough, and to eradicate weeds preparatory to future plantiug and sowing of wheat, lucerne, oats, &c. CJakdkn.-Onions, cabbages, leeks, tur nipB, carrots, and salads may be sown. Should there be no rain, onions and eab bRges may be sprung for transplanting next mouth by trenching out beds and pouring iu and mixing water to a depth of St l'eet, so as to saturate the bed; then sow seed, water, and keep covered during the day. Support heavy bananas, and trim away I leaves aud usele&...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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AMONG THE MORMONS OF SALT LAKE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 February 1867

AMONG THE MORMONS OF SALT LAKE CITY. The Athmetum, in reviewing Mr. Bowie*' reoeni book, " Acrou the Rocky Mounuioi, and . . Summer*' Journey among tin Mormon*," make* the followiug remark* and quutation* t With rtspeot to the Udiet of the Salt Like City be Si lea* able to form positive judgmeut*. as the etiquette oMbat agree able capital did not allow him freqneut or confidential aoeee* to tfae ladieiwho were b*nt qualified to speak of their peculiar in ?titatioa. He found that polygamy wu not praotiaed by more than . fourth of the Mormons; and, on rather iutnfficient tlats, he came to the oonuluiion tljat the ayatem did not eontribuie to the bap|iiDu> or en joy the unreserved approval »f the ladic* who bad tried it. But on thii |«int the reporter apeak* with pneeruinty ; for though the Mormon aristocracy entertained tlie travallera with costly dinners, lnaeioni fruits, and (tod theatrical representations, they kept Speaker Colfax and party at a dinence from their wive*, eave on...

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