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THE CLAIMANT TO £5,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

THE CLAIMANT TO £5,000,000. Reckntlv we published a Melbourne telegram on this subject, and the Balla- j rat Star has the following startling p*r&fr*pb with ?? * efarenoetotlie matter: -"It lmBTjeen rumoured "tlfat an im-; portant«ase .will be instituted .against the present Goveramentby agent^emnn who holds l^gal rights to all the land oomprised betweeiiPrinoe's Bridge and the old SahdiidgP niad to the two piers facing Hobson'a Bay (inolnding the bends of the river Yarra Yarra), embracing an area of pearl; ten mile*, upon whioh are erected ext*$6ivfe manufactories, viz., breweries, distilleries, foundries, candle 1 and ehemica] works, and also the _ Hob h«bn>8 Bay Railway line, as far as (Ptince's j Bridge, lateiypikrchased by the Govern- j ment. The celebrated engineer, Sir John Coode, from London, reported for the ! Harbour Ttfruat on the canal: sSheme, which has been so much commented upon | of lato, and this is on the ground now . claimed, whioh is said to be worth £...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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HANLAN'S VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

HANLAN'S VICTORY. ENGLAND muBt look to lier laurels. Last year Australia beat her on their cricket field, and within the past few days a young Canadian scullcr has be come tlic champion rower of Tyne and Thames. The announcement of the l&teBt defeat is enough to make the sportsmen of the good old put shake seen a French horse win the Derby, an American pedestrian carrying away the coveted belt for endurance and swift iios?,, and an Australian Eleven in tlieir first, match at Lord's, they hare to face the additional fact that a fisher man from Toronto, in Canada, has made mincemeat of one of the sturdiest and most athletic pitmen who ever went into training upon the Tyne. There is not even the consolation of a difficult defeat, for style beat strength this time in the most emphatic manner, and Edward Hanlan literally played with William Elliott, of Blyth, waiting for him to come on, then spurting defiantly away and repeating many of the tricks he displayed when he defeated Ha...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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THE ELECTORAL ROLLS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

THE) ACT. Fjotf All fitfate k trl ertniflfe thdtalowing bo til# >wN sabjMfc, It enbiiiii (MWiy the ^oethod t>D be adopted la agtr to tftMlifjr as an elector. ^ TUa flrdtAtnaiLl list* of electors tinder the Elecwal Bolls Act of 1879 are now being prepared*. JEbe new Act, although a aiipple one, is, like nil new measures, liable to bfl misunderstood at Bret by the general public. To obviate misapprehension u to its operas tion, we may state that on the 1st September next these lists will be mated to public riew at the coart<ii0ti*6s and saoh post oftses sad otbpr place* as the Berision Court may direct in «very police district in the colony* file object or so etposiilf? the lists is to admit of objections bdjlg lodged, andtl{Jtic6 of ob< Stlira fcriist be Rewarded to tife ptuwn ot» ted to m wall as to the clerk of petty Hmipmij tAp ittcqttfndtomake a list of such objeotiMft and expose tnedi to public view far a fortnight Jiy: person wboee Hatoe is on the el...

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YIELD OF WHEAT IN THE ALLORA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

HELD OF WHEAT IN THE ALI^OBA DISTRICT. OU# Altera correspondent supplies us with some addition*) pdrUenlars of the return of wheat from several at the taring in the Allora and Spring Creek districts daring 'the part Benson t AlkOeU DISTBIW. - Acres under crop. Yield, Hags. John Gwitiigr ... 10 acres 1 ... 76 F. Schrieks ... 1ft seres ... 08 W. Neale .« taem ' 35 G.Tiokte ... 4#mms ... 181 L Teck 16 acres .« 63 E. M'Millan, ... St acres ... 70 ; Jamee Grahath ... ' 8 acres ... 40 ' Mrs. Hair - W B. Breadfield .. ilum ... 143 B.CUlins ... M«i*ef ... 198 James Wilson ... 8 acres ... 00 J. Ward - 4 acres SO Duggan Bros ... 38 acres ... 119 C. MUler ... 11 acres ... 68 A, Bickert ... 4acres ... 18 A. Shannon ... 38 acres ... 105 J. Geanoy ... 17acree ... 95 fa. HenselUan ... 6acree ... 88 T. Nettle ... si acres 20 Mr. Erhast .,. , 9 acres ... 40 W. Tibbotti. ^ M aiorei i .u. -II iwi Smita Cum VutbxcT. CL8t»Pin«W 3<J|ere* - ....174 H. Fiddler ... 33 acres ... 90 F. Brenuan 00.«...

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PLEVNA BY MOONLIGHT. BEMINISCENCES OF THE BLOODY STRUGGLE FOR ITS POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

PLEVNA BY MOONLIGHT. BBKIHI8CEirCE8 OP THE BLOODY BTBffGQLE roa ITS pobsbsbion. IT was perhaps a strange, if not biz arre, fancy which led me one starry night, when Luna was at the full, to the snow-clad summit of a centr&lheight crowned by a Moslem earthwork, from the ramparts of which the eye could take in at a single sweep the whole of the Plevna position. The ghostly canopy of ^now aided the celestial light in mak ing visible the whole of that undulating landscape, beneath which lie so many thousands of the brave partisans of the Cross and the Orescent. Leaning against a turf-lined embrasure, I sur veyed the death like soene in unbroken silence; gradually my thoughts wan bered back to the incidents the blood stained details of "which filled Europe .With horror fit' thfi desperate bravery with- w5>fch they were accompanied. Hymusin^s recalled the sultry day in jjtiljr 'JJchjldner-Sehuldner led a brigadeof infantry &om Kjaraghash to 0Cctif>y'*he heights where...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

Valuable Dibcovebt FOE THE HAiB>-If you hair is turning grey or whito^ or falling off, u»e "The MexicanHatr Renewer," for it will poti ively restore in every cart Orey or White Havr to its original colour, without leaving the disftgree* ; Able smell of most " Restorers." It make* the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting thu giowtli of the hair onfaald spots, where the glands lire not decayed. Ajk your ObemUt for i "TheMEXICAN HAIR Rehbweb," prepared by Hrnby C. GALLOP, 493 Oxford Street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere at 3B Gd per Dottle. i THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.-All i suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarse ' ness will be Agreeably surprised at the almost im ' mediate relief afforded by the use of " Brown's ' Bronchial Troches." Those famous "lozenges**1 are now sold by most respectable chemists in this 1 | country at la l£d per box. People troubled with a " hacking cough," a " alight cold," or bronehial affections, cannot ...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, AUG. 26, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

WtWarmrfe (VuitblBttMb TWIOB k Waflk^ tWSIja*. Auo. #ai i«». . tmrn Watwick irgut to-day its feowtotbe pMfe el Warwiok as a tte*ropf& ' AfWr a |«riod «f 'mmtfy-Uhm fwtlaf babyhood it is, in the ojirfttfoti oI tiie pjW^ri«tDr» tiine the paper made * forward step, and) 1 tfaowiiigofl its bjtbjrish appateli dohtied the gensttnts of More Watufe age, ftae whstl the Argue appeared twjpia**ak> but, owing either to want Af ikujiieiy %hr apprebiatiiotilm the part of the public, or ability oti the part of ltd Its biweekly |»rota» , tioas did not oofckintte for atty vely great length of tilna, and it ultimately ret torfnffl to the dreary monotony of a1' ' a^^iS<e>;' -jlfea hu eon tinaed with uninterrupted regularity for the pact fourteen or fifteen yeara* a AihUit titoe5t'tt««t-be' admitted to allow plane being matured fof its mora freguqnt appearaooe. We are, however, hot alone blamsable for the long period the torn has had to put up with weekly bheeU. KeWspeper propr...

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THE WARWICK WATERWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

THE WA&WIOK WATERWORKS. | It is no* a good BiaBy years slnoe the pro ' jtfet for supplying t&a tow# of Warwick with I inter was flat mooted. About four yearssinoe [ the Government of the day Included in their | Loan Estimates, besides several similar amounts for tike purposes, a sum of £5,000 towards defraying the cost of carrying the scheme into effect. The Goreniifen»- 9d-; gtnaer of Waterworks (Btr. Iffghfluld), was' brdeted to.report upon the proposal* and fur-i dish an estimate of the probable cost of the Work. This he didi hit estimate being, as nost of our readefs are aWare, 4tOiC3Q. Plans were drawn up, and submitted for the ap proval of the Mdtticipal Council, and having reoeived thisj the commenoemcnt of the work was soon afterwards authorised, the Go ?eminent undertaking the construction! and agreeing to charge Interest on the money ex pended from tits date of completion. Be tween two and throe years since the work was actually commenced. The contract tor ...

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LAYCOCK AND TRICKETT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

LAYCOCK AND TRICKETT. THE training of these two great scnllers continues (says the & M. Herald) in full swing; Tricket being- under the care of Kelly, and training on the water on which the match is to be sculled. Lay. cock prefers to train on the waters of the lower part of the harbor, close to Shark Island, where he resides, and appears to be rowing in the same form as when he defeated Bush. Tricket was in town yesterday, and is certainly looking well, and apparently perfectly satisfied with the present aspect of affaiis, though he is by no means yet in condition to scull a severe contest. Last night whb fixed tor making the seoond deposit towards the stakes, and the oooasion was the. means of drawing together a latge nnmber of petsons Bowden's Olub House Hotel, but not nearly so numerous a gstherig as sometimes meets on similar occasions. Layoock was present," but Tiekett was not The stakes wtre duly deposited, making £100- aside now down. A dis cussion took place as to t...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

LATEST TfiLtkJEAPHIO NEWS. BRlSflAtftl. [#*Olt OUtt OWN COBBESFOMnilTT.] August 28. Tai Lefidative AaMmbly mat thia after' noon *1 the usual bddfi and adjourned by agreement till t tf clock to allow tue leader of the Opposition to consult with hi* party, in i order to do away with the neceuity 'or fur. ther" gmUniiUtgi" " | Later. Upon the Houae Militltitlg thi* evstlia^. ICr. Griffith denied an/ do«irc tm the part Of the Oppoaltidn to oOntidad to obstruct. That coune had Ortgiflally been adopted for the puipoee at aeedring to the Opposition the op portunity of fairly dbteuMin# the Lou Ea timatea, which had been denied them by the action of the Government on Wednesday 1 night. They ware now prepared to disouss the ItfM Betietataa On thdr nteriU. Koine titeparatton ihould be triads to meet the ad ditional burden the propoeed loan wonld be, by deriving additional revenue from the Wee tern land*. The Opposition were determined to place the burden on the proper ahouldera, Whenever they ...

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NEW BLOOD IN OUR LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

NEW BLOOD IN OUR LOCAL OTmrrioNs. TO TBB HUTOB Or TH* WABWICK AW»C«. I 8nti -I «tH * believer In the Athenian idea afpdlltoilM* to . (rangere, bat in canying the pmottae to pxtremea, we In Warwick out lick the old Athenian idto " ehlvera." A ?tr&ngar, ooming to live in our town, if he only pneaoaana a taif developement of the bump of aelf-oonoeit, ft aure to win a promi nent place on the oommitteea ot oar local in atitntioDs, often to the exoladon aI worthy men who hare mpported theae institutions for years. I have no objection to a reason able eha^eot *. New Oham" warship, bnt it beoomee nauseous whan carried to aa abenrd 4«bim> , Toon, to«, ANTI-HUMBUG. UpfbII Swak Cassft.-*In Saturday's issue. SoMi the date of otfr last istut, the weather has been wet and disagreeable In the extreme, rain having fallen at frequent (tntet tali for seven! day* and night*. The natural results ot this hare biyen-inter ruption of busineas, slushy atrMtA and a flood in the river. It is not s...

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THE REV. C. H. SPURGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

THE REV, C. H. SPURGEON. ! THIS gentleman is a fortunate man in ! more repeots than one. Ho has been ! now 25 years pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, and the occasion -was cele brated on May 20 by the presentation to the Rev. gentleman of tye sum of £6233 fctainly subscribed in pence and farthings, and a very handsome ciocb. ft is under stood that the whole of the money will be devoted to the.work of the church iti part to the institutions connected with the Tabernacle. We may mention as the result of Mr. Spurgeon's pastorate of a quarter of a centSry that' he has brought together a congregation of 9000 ohurch members, aad there have been established a sepmate- college for the training of ministers, as well as institu tions to meet the needB of of aged mem. berg who fall into misfortune, and to train the orphan children of others. Mr. Spurgecm, in thanking the donors, re marked that he could not take any oT the money. It should be in the hands of the deacons, and they would bes...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

StDNEt. [rfcoii ouft om cosBuroHDKKT.] Auinut tS A mectiag ii about to be oiled at Aihfied (or the purpote of memorialtilng the Gorern taedt ta aoend the Public Softools Act by bringing in a measure providing that ill Schoola oartiflsd to rteeira 8t*t* rapport be plaoed qn a itriotly public bull. The Government have nade aeverel Im portant ooBQCiiom regarding tire mac uftwo hire of iooomctiree la tha eokmy. Edward* th« (MdeetrUai finuhed ISO miles In under 88 bbtti* atGottlbim on Saturday*

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. Friday, August 25. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

WARWICK POLICE COURT. FutUf, Avovwt 3t. <? (Before the Polioe Magiatrato.) . ^amsht-Jama Oolti'w appeared befdkjp the Ootut charged with the laraeny of ttnw from Hem*. Marshall and Blade's QlengKla estate. Hr. Nicholson appeared for plaintiffs, Mr. O'Sullivan for defendant. The offence, which consisted of telling and splitting oer tain Imea inside dUB of the paddocki, wn proved, defendant being 4um M and ordered to pay costs, in all £6 10s. 6d.; in default of immediate payment two months' imprison, ment ill Toowoomba. gaol. Hr. O'SaUlvdn gard notice of *ppeal to-tbs-District Cewt. IiOiMUii Unfa* uron inoiionD Ltm>s. l*he defendant in the foregoing case waa far ther charged With thia offenoe, bat the infor mation ww withdrawn, plaintiffs not wishing to preaH the chaise. Mr.Nlcholson fpr the plaintilh, Hr. O'SuUiran for defendant. Marttut, Atfaosf SO. (Before the Police Magistrate.) I>RWfltiMMS.-J*Tlwa inebriates appeared before the Court. One was ordered to con tribu...

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PROPOSED SECESSION FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

PROPOSED SECESSION FROM MEW SOUTH WALES. THE Clarence Examiner has the follow, ing :-The agitation for separation from 1 New South Wales, revived at a recent meeting held in Inverell, meets with ( little support on the Clarence. It is generally felt by those who have given the subject consideration that the time | and circumstances are not opportune to , take part in any such movement. In- ' deed, we believe if the votes of the j*ople , were taken on the question it would be found th':re were not a dozen people from | the Big Hill to the Clarence Heads favourable to any sucli agitation at the I present time Our only grievances arc the want of a fair share of represriila. tion in the Assembly and the public I pxpenditure,JJand the judicious disburse-! ment of the grants of money made by the Government. These grievances, which we suffer in common with many other districts, can and will no doubt be | rectified without severing our connection with the parent colony. While express ing wh...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

MELBOURNE. [ffjLOlt ODtt own OOBMMPOHDUIT.] AtwrnrtlB. At 4 meeting of tttnert oil Saturday it was JttMlvtt) to pnttost agaitlat th< rata of wags*. lOd. an hour, and Ml aWoolatioB woa formed tn ndctaar rednctutii Mr. W. P. Boom, . w«J4taoirn ^xjrtunaii, fractured hi* ikull WhlU hunting on Satur. Qkji Md died froal tha injdrie* M«yi

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LATE NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

LATE NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, AUGUST 14. ""iirtTSLijattoi bWI reoovttl from the Beat of ni, fiatedOapetown, July 99, announo. I inf that, for reasons stated in a recent depatch Irota Sir Garnet Wolaely to the Secretary of , War,> a further gnaenu advance into Zulu land Us been decided on. The troops are to more forward in two oolumns on .the 6th August, and are under orders to wttdsKvous at Hsgdebonium, in the Elevand district, to the Sputh-west of Ulundi.. . ? Andn'partaht conference of delog&tes, repre senting tWo hundred thousand miners, was held at Manchester to-day. It was resolved to adopt every mesnfc for the encouragement of emigration from the United Kingdom. It ta<^mred£t{he (fcwferenoe that,the Cana dian Government' had offered to defray the expenses of in delegates who might he sent to Canada by the English faimers with a view to obtaining information as to the desirable ness of emigrating thither. At the wool sales to-day 9400 bales were ffered. The ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any Opinion or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] THE E. D. H. AND A. ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK A[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE!. [Ita Editor will not lit rtqwiMiil* for dity | Opwiioiw or . i«i£i ezpremd 6y corrupon < dmti, andwiUalulay&Tqttlptrionalcoin tnitoUationi unlu« oit ribjitU qf pitblie iMporta*cet and gudrantlti by the tigna* ture of the auifcori] THE B. D. H. AMD A. ASSOdlAtlOlf. TO TB« BDItOB Or THE IthlMUH AMtfS. I fitBf-OouM you tell me what has beoome of Mia F«tterp Down* Hortiooltural sad ! AfrionKnrsl AaocSationP Beyond having' .een a reference to it in oonnettlan wlUt the Tdrf titab. in the report of the niUkl nie«t ing f/t the Utter body whiah appeared In ! your hut MM, I bare heard Jtothing of it for month!. m it (WtttlctP Or dnbr irlMl rent t The latter It aeenls pretty eraWlt to n» it is, or nearly U, as they appear qdite | nnible to meet their liaMlitua. They bare I owed me a entail mm of money (It is to me a ray large ram) for nearly twelve months, and I «ni dnable even to get an idea from the Secretary it to when it ia likely to be liquid* ...

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COMMERCIAL. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

' COMHEJtCIATi. Aftttvs Office* IfaMUf.fevealiitf' i, Cbunlar Qoifi ? dab AogtM 14th, ik liJ .-In Station ProprrtUa the resufkaof wcctte IMttifflanto, ttrai* i» really bo demand, although mm an now and then effoctedi Stan &Hb aw io wm domind at prioea bommoadiu with mtw for fit 'atocki and Stow Sheet) M IB gMentl reqtlMti Una Mr prion aoald now IM obtained for an* aalt&ble lots- Flat Cattle-On Thuriday pncee won bettaimM ebdieeBeni brought J&toJSVh, MtUdiH Mtell, «?; ue.to U«. per 100 1m-i toe tuppl; at mum time being equal ttr feghfrMwnti. ht Sheep.-Ob Hobday ' the anpjijj ^ai mjr limited, and on Than, dv not may of good quality were, forded.. Prion wire again well maintained, 10s Od to lU64farmli01b.(oN)l)' wethem and Vb.to tt.-lbr lighter. No heavy wsigBb. oflered. Bii general opinion now li that' .beep willbe diuk tor apme time, owing to MhaiMlri tfcattttaetxaealt from intjreiaed popaktioo dmtts ttioSihibitkm. Wool.^ Ho aaliatUi wM*i WW the only ntfwa ava...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

' OVB Stiaa&tSIAttB AND TU FOBUC. mmmoK mqu8 Mtawtottwiwe fm. I«rguM. SiibBortlwp. tatf Begin ?$?^ ..../?

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