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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

AGENTS. Tiil following Gentlemen IIAYC been ni'jiointod Amenta for this jw|icr <uid ait: aulburiflcd to receive subscriptions ami «dverii#etfjentsf Sydney A- Cubiir. Utisbane . - - tiUKviLLii & hum Marylaud W Hibot, Tcntarfield U. WiLLfeos* Printed find |>ubli>licd ly I'/Thmk tUivuis. eole|'ropi k-lor, at the" Arguu** Oflice, Albion street, Warwick, in tbc colony cl Quieiiblutid and also |>ublibtied 'it Uvuse-faUcct, Tenur tield in tbc colony «»i New S'.'Utli Wales. 1'uebdjiy, February ifcti?.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A GAY DECEIVER & SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

A GAY DECEIVES & SWINDLER. The particular! of a CAM of shameful de ception, combined with ewinillinp, trans pired at I'restun on Saturday. A short time ago a smart young fellow, who has worked at Edinburgh, Glasgow, and other places in Soutlanil, obtained employment at one of the principal boot and thee etab liihments in Frestun. He was of good ad dress, was a clever workman, and in his leisure hours lie out a great " dash," and and was recognised by those who came in contact with liim as a " heavy swell." Soon after his arrival in town be made love to n yonng woman employed at one of the cotton manufactories, who was earning 18s. or 20s a week, and so en&moured did he beeome of her tliat in three weeks frum their first acquaintance he proposed mar riage. She objected to the proposition, and said that beforu anything of the sort was entertained tbey ought to wait awhile, and at least know each other inure fully. But he had' an " eye to businesshad asseverated his lov...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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IRELAND. (From the Daily Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

IRELAND. ( From the Daily Telegraph.) Every morning a body of police (.waits the nrrival of the Liverpool steamer at tlie North Wall, mid the passengers are eagerly scanned in order to disoover if there be any suspected Fenians amongst them. Yester day morning, as you Lave been informed by telegraph, (be result of the police examina tion was the arrest of two respectable-look ing young men wbo had just arrived from Liverpool, 'l'bey were brought to Chancery lane elation-house pending the issue of the Lord Lieutenant's warrant for their impri sonment; but if in the meantime they should, by satisfactory explanations, remove the suspicions of the polios, they will be liberated. Timothy Q'Keefe, wbo was arrested yesterday wben at breakfast in the Ormond Hotel, Upper Ormond Quay, is a d raper, and Mid he bad come to town for the purpose of seeking employmeut, which he bad obtained in Sir Juho Arnott's establishment, iuto which be was about to enter th.it day, While the police wire in the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

» Strong repressive measures continue to be carriedjOnt in Spain, and it is said that the prisons ore foil, TiotWthstnnding the wholesome : tran«portfttidhB which have taken place, i. ience of insecurity per rades alt ?Jltisefc of the population in Madrid, . and ian apprehension of some approaching calamity is gene rally -entertained. The Prime Minis ter and his colleagues are mere tools in the hands of the Catholic bishops and confessors ; ranks and honours are lavishly distributed to secure the fidelity of the officers of the army, btit no amount of patronage, it is said, can cure the diaaflee- . ? (ion among the troops. The Farts correspondent of the Daily Telegraph intimates that revelations have just been made which .are calculated to awaken fears that Europe will not long: remains a state of peace. It ie said that M. Bismark is by no means satisfied with what he'has effected, and that one-half of his great scheme remains at present unac complished.; He intends, it iB believed,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A CRINOLINE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

A CRINOLINE TRAGEDY. A London surgeon write* to the Times as follows:-" At midday to day (Mot. 21), in (be public street, in front of my own house, end in view of a crowd of horrified spectators, was enacted one of those brief, but awful, tragedies of which crinoline has been the too fruitful author. It being generally the lot of members of my profession to make their appearance at a later period of the draqta, suffer me, who on this occasion was almost at its commencement, to tell you what happened. I hod juBt alighted at my own door at twelve this morning, when I heard two or three piercing cries in the street, and in runuing round the cornor I saw a young woman standing on a doorstep so ent:rely carered with flames that only faef uplifted hands and her feet were visible. With the aid of a rug and a great coat instantly given by a passer-by, we got the poor yoUng ere'atjire down on the pavement, and iu the course of a few minutes every spark of fire WSB crushed out. We then double...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) TOOWOOMBA. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Briibtne Daily paptn.) toowooMBA. February 21.'. Gibson's Hotel, at Dalby, woe Bold to day for £2000 cash, by MoIIe and Wright. It was the property of Mr. James Taylor, M.L.A. EOCKHAMPTON. February 20. The hearing of criminal cases before the District Court .was finished to-dar. Andrew George English, auctioneer, was charged yesterday with Committing an indecent assault on his servant girt. The jury were locked up all night, but not oeing able to agree, were discharged this morning. Jlnglieh is remanded til] neit session for a new trial. 8amucl Speed and George 'Wilson were found guilty of horse-stealing, and sen tenced to four years' imprisonment. Some quarts, containing a, nugget weighing eight ounces, has just been brought in front Crocodile. Creek. The.. specimen its a very fine one. SYDNEY. February 19. The bushrangers, O'Connell and Griffin, have been committed to take their trial for the murder pf the detectives at Jinden. On the recommend...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

kO SUBSCRIBERS Aim ADVER TISERS. JFO beg to Hate that our Account* for the quarter ending 31st December tart an now in eoune of delivery, and we hope they icifl be fettled uitholit the tenet delay Thote in arrears will kindly oblige M by a prompt settlement, a* our requirement* muit be ebtions to thenn Thit being the proper time for payment of tubtcription* in advance, ue trutt our friend* teill acknowledge the fact by tend ing remittance*. Wanted? ACHEESEMAKEB. either Man 4 woman, «ba aode^tande the proceia thoroughly. Apply to JOHN WILSON, 198 Talgal Beef. Wasted,' Bt a Slfaelo Man, BOAKD and tOEGINO iu a private family. Particular!, Ac., cair he obtained by addressing .. under, B. A. U Post-office. VfatWlci, Febmary U. I66f. 8J Granted, ASlTfiAltON. at MUBBE and #F.EELTt WOMAN, Id a respectable family. Tl)» advertiser il alas capable.of imparling a plain English odUcaUou.-Addreis A.U., wet of lbl»' paper. ? W tender* Wanted TjlOlf Hie EftBOTION ofTWOCOJTAtiES. JC Separate Tendorv...

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TALGAI GOLD-FIELDS. (From an [?]sional Correspondent of the Gudrdian.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

TALQAI GOLD-FIELDS. (From all t)cc2iional Corrttptnitnt of the Giitrdian.) Leyburn, January 18. Tlibre haft been very little in tue way of news worth sending to you for some time past, which tact will doubtless excuse toy loDg silence. The digging population have been steadily working, end the majority of these people seem to be jogging j along pretty contentedly. I may inform j you that the alteration which has been made in tbB proclamation offering rewards for the diacovery of new gold-fields has ! given general satisfaction, as prospecting parties can now set to work with the knowledge 'that if they are successful j their reward is certain. I bare heard of j one or two new discoveries having been recently made, and that payable ground has been struck, but, of course, atn unable to atate anything that I can vouch for as being authentic with ? regard to them. From what I can hear, however, there feeemi eVery probability that in a short time tbetie Will be considerable additions (o ...

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Discellaneons. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

IIebbakd abd WIFE.-A. few-weeka .fter a late marriage, a hatband bad urni peculiar thoughts when patting oo lilt lust clean abirt, as he saw uo appearance o» a trashing. He thereupon roM earlier than uaaal one in> ruing and kindled a fin. When putting ou the kettle be «u»de a noise un purpose tu arouse hit wife, She immediately peeped over the blatiketr, and then enclaibtdi " My dear, what are you doing T' He deliberately retpouded, " I've pot on my lait clean tbtrt, and- I'm going to oith one for tnyeelf." " Very well, re plied Mrs Easy, " you had better wash one, l«»r nc too, while you are at it." American paper. A CHMOAS PJX>T PBEPABIHG IN Bo lie.-The Romnn.correspondent of tbe Dcbatt writes lis follows:-While con Ciliatoijr ideU seem to prevail in high quartet* stRcrme.a busy and implacable faction* which claim* to dictate laws to tbe church, and to trace the conduct which its augiut head should follow, is .mare than ever striving to get him to quit Italy and thereby renac...

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COMMERCIAL. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

COMMERCIAL. 1). D. QaZlltft Offir*A. Friday Evcnine. &usinesft bag been a little brisker daring the week, and a good ttade h«8 been doing for country and station supplies. Money is scarce, and commands very high rates of interest at the present time, «lthobgh the securities offered are in most cimee gnod. Town land is dull of pale and difficult te realise upon, although holders appear to be sanguioti that tile Market will improve as soon as money becomes more plentiful. Breadstuff's have been unsaleable ibis week, and flour has declined. Sydney silk dressed is quoted at £18 10s. to £l9. Good samples of wheat, however, are readily bought at 7s. to 7s. 3d. per bushel. Maize is plentiful, and has fallen con siderably iu the market during the past few days iu Brisbane, and baa been selling in Toowoomba at from 6s. to 8s. 9d. per bushel. Bran is scarce, and quoted at 2s. fid. per bushel. Oats are saleable At , 8s. Ud; seed barley, 7s. Gd. per bushel; onions are plentiful at Os. p...

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THE APPALLING COLLIERY EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

THE APPALLING C0LLIEB1T EXPLOSION. Tbo special correspondent to tbe Daily telegraph writes: Far Iron) tbe number of deaths stated in the Brut report of th'iB terrible accident being exaggerated, it now appears certain tbat the estimate of three hundred fell short of tbe aotuil truth by at le. et fifty victims, tod the app>iUing magnitude of the calamity has to-day been yet farther incre&^ed by a (lew disister. Nor has this addition to yesterday's long list of killed brought alone the fresh sorrow of ad many wore sacrifices of life; it bas destroyed tbe last flickering hopes of rcBcuo for those actually known to have perisbod. Up to nine o'clock ttiis morning there bad bren 76 bodies brought out of the pit. The operations bad received a olicck at four o'clock by the announce jnent of a mishap of some kind. Whether or not there was actually an explosion at tbat time I have been unable to r.scertaia ; but at uiue tbe loud report and dense volume of smoke that burst upward I ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Local Ente[?]gence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

JnfctCrjjfntt. «i<f Timer, baa got up in tbs stirrups respect - 1 g th« few oritieal remarks wo puled on Its Brit appearance In Warwick, and the editor has certainly himself discovered . "mara's best "(a term of which hs aeoml verjr fond), when he sndeaVours, in a few ill Qitured sen Usees, to intpnte the antborfUlp of such critique to tome one whom he cilia " Taffy." W* are ouuelrea quite ignorautof the writer'* meaning, and I'e daresay the whole of our reader* will plead the Mm* ignorance. For the satisfaction at our contemporary, and for th* eoothlng Of hia hasty and bilious tern pertinent, we oan inform him, without fear of oontrmdiotion, that the paragraph wbich hat rooted hit ire emanated from onr own offloe, And wat seen by no one unconnected therewith until the issue Of the paper. The bulk and giat of our bontsmporary't red ark . having evi dently no reference to ourselves, wa mnstnsede psss them by; but the paragraph we inserted bora no etfidenoe Of antagonism to...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

&OTIOB HAVING Ptireb>*«a from Mr. r. filming the RIGHT of BEAK US of allHOB8G8 demibed ita * lUt got from bcott ud Urtbntr. any person to and Ming, t*blBg«*v«y. or wllibg any of tlie Mine will bs pmeftoted ai the law diretjt*, without rupcot to perton*. The *Sore are. my property. no other pt'»on bulif any claim on them. r. mokgan. Jen Batehtt. Warwick. Warwick, 1Mb Febnuuj, 1867. . 91 Important Notica, fpBE Proprietor of the Warwick Atgiti take* X tbU *pe«Ial opportunity of moertfnR all tboea wbo MH reonrih their ACCOUNTS up to the Slat December Ibt tQ LlQtHDATE (be tame a* e*riy«*tlol*lble. Tbey are principally Mnall anltWoU, but lb tb* aggregate the money would be of gtoit aenlee to at. Tboee parties whose aocoaoti are of long atandlrig. and to whom repettU application be* been taade. an e»pocUlly teqfceited to pay tbe aatoe within a month, otherwi«a legal prooeediag* tout be taken agciatt them. P. BtTOfitE, , Proprietor Warwick, ftbiiiat? 14, 1B6?. ET5555iSi UVEftV AN...

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[?]nial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

ofotrirtC [fcfflS. A considerable number of member* of both Houses of the Legislature inspected the new Houses of Fariiament on Monday, in order to see whether they are likely to be in a fit state for occupation at the next faceting of Parliament. After going over the buildings the members decided to hold a meeting during the week, at the Legis lative Chambers, and decide upon the course they will, adopt Although the floors of the Chambers of the new Houses of Parliament are not Commenced to be laid yet, the whole of the wood work ie prepared. The grand itaiicuB has only to be fitted together in order to complete it. The window frames and sashes are all reftdy to bo put in, and most of the other wood work required to Complete I be building is all ready for use. None of the plastering has yet beeu commenced, but a great deal of the ornamental work might be deferred for the present. Al though it is not probable that Parliament could take possession of the new bouses at the beginning o...

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 — 26 February 1867

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TNE MAILS. ARRIVALS. frem Maryland, every Tueiday, «l 1 p.m., and evert/ Saturday at 6 p.m. " £ritbeve and fptwich, via Drayton, by Cobb't coaehet, every Tuesday, Thurt day, and Saturday, at 8 p.m. " Leyburn, via fitly n LHggingt,titty IF«I netday, at noon. DB1ARTUREB. tbt Maryland, every Utrnity, at 8 a.m., and tvtry Thurtday, at 4 p.m. Britbani end Jpiicich, via Vraylon, every Monday, Wednetday, and Friday, by CobbU coaehet, at 9 a.m. n tTanciek to Leyburn, every Thurtiey, at 4 a.m. N.B.T Letten mutt 6t lotted at the Country Officet half an hour printout It the time fixed lor the dapatch of mailt, but late Mien Will be received to feitAjn a quarter of an hour, upon a fit of a tizpenny ttamp being affixed to each tetter, Neutpapirt are required to be potted one hour before the time appointed for tloting the mailt. The Englith mail elceee tin or about the 17th if every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

T$iis WARWICK ABGUS " *?»!/ . '^NTEBFIELD CHRONICLE '?A-ftitbUiUed ever/ tfuiwHy an# Friday 1 mornlfgs, and forwarded toall parts of the Australiancolonies. : ?'''( ": .TKBMB 0F 8HBSCBttjtI0iI. (fcmrtarly If* aawnoej.. ...... .; Orfi^i/bibVimipoiiiM^^rep*jiatMwill tv ".* MitA, WU June. from tfcs list will b« rtt^jMAo forw*rd their ajsgsasssassss^c expiration of each quarter. I FOB ADVBft'MBINO. . 1 G t ? ... 2 0 3 0 y addltlofcl fiTe1tb6«, -or nndsr , »r»... 1 0 l*rg* ud displayed *a»«utUementB as per aaroenisE&'1 '?1 ' f' * !'?' A liberal discount allowed on advertisements ordered Tor more than tlx consecutive inseitions. Birth*, so-m*ge<> OLiflpWis, 8a. cacli iuser "jfc riAlmaiea pf drifter tnitrHCtlMu to til* cbntraiy,ad*erttsdments ^al'Va fbiertod until WM^S^entar ihtitlieeeBtin to the Office not latertban two o'clock on Monday ana Tburs daj afternoons, and crdersfortlie vrithdrawal or alteration'of ed*erti**>»¥f. mnft Ira cent iu .nr noon onlJalurdsys a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1867.. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

*HE [ftWiffi rrjii#, Ttfil'iiEFiBLb CtLBONlCLE. TtlBSDAY. FBBBUABY «S, 18C7. !The prevailing depression of the ?titnev 1* a matter of very serious moment to all tradesmen throughout this colony. Etn ploy£s do not suffer tnuoh from it, m their monthly salaiy or weekly wage* must accrue-to them independently of any Scarcity of money; Brisbane it, we believe, in a very deplorable state, althobgh tie newspipet* endefcvotafr to bide thetnattor it much as possible. Scores of men ate out of .employment! and aro likely to re main ao unless they remove to another quarter. Hundreds who were able to do to tiavfe left Brisbane for Sydney, bnt un fortunately there are others with families who are not possessed of the means of leaving, and thry are consequently en tirely dependent upon charity for the meant of subsistence; With the present public works on hand, tbe completion of which will cause a continuous heavy drain on the exchequer for some time to come, tbe Gorerntneht cannot undertake tbe ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 26 February 1867

VEtfKLY CALENDAR. F*b. 8# 87 Mob. 1 I 4 Tue«. Wed. ' Thori. CrMi; Sjit. BUN. Mob. , [Sun rifcfcl fc. «. e . 66 6 . 86 6 . 67 6 . 68 8im teUJ 6 . 18 6 . 27 Moon't Age.

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A ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 March 1867

A ROJUNCB. OluPTca I.-She stood beside tlie altar, with a wreath of orange buds upon Iter heed-? upon her back, the riuheat kind of duds. Her lover stood betide bet, with white kids and dicky clean . the last vu tweoty oue years old,'the first was seventeen. Tlio parson's job was over, every one tiad kissed (lie bride, and wished the young pair happiness, and laughed und danced and cried. The festive scene was ended, tbc last word had been eaid, tbe happy maid bad simmered down, the last gay guest had fled. CftAPicB II.-?-She stood beside tbc wash-tub with her red hauds in the sndfi, while at her dip-shod feet tbere Ivy a pile of dirty dude. Iler bilsband stood beside her, tlin crossest man alive; the lost wsb twenty nine years old, the first was twenty-live. The heavy wanb was over, and the clothes hung up 'to dry, and Turn bad stuck bis finger in the dlrly baby's eye. Torn bad been epaoked aod stopper loade upon a ertist of bread j and tbe happy wife tad husband went grumbling off...

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"THE ROMAN SENATE AMD THE POPE."" [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 1 March 1867

"THE ROMAN SENATE AMD THE POPE." A psBiplilct bearing; tbe above title, and I Written by a Bomnii. ha* recently been | ' published in the Eternal City, and it bow creating an immense senaation nmong all Classes of tbe people. It bus bees widely distributed, eVen at tbe reEidencet of tbe diploibktic body and tbe Roman aristocracy, And it is believed tbat tbe views enunciated i by tbe author will have a powerful in fluence npou the mattes of tbe Rouian peo ple in (be approaching cria's of their history. Tbe following quotations are fair Specimens of the character of tbe pamphlet, j The miter says- | " jVhat rights have tbe Popes over Bone t None-not tbat derived from do- ; bition (Rome was never given)-not tbat ot spontaneous obedie&oe (Rome revolted a thousand titnes against tbe Popes)-not tbat of custom (llome always governed her sell)-not tbat of vassalage (tbe Komen barons, unlike ibose of tbe reBt of Christen dom, as patricians of Rome, received no investitive either from...

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