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The Warwick Argus. (PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.) WARWICK: TUESDAY, FEB, 3, 1880. O[?] Immigration [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

M ANWEBK.L WJLEWIOK .- TUESPAY. FEB. 3, 1880. CJRINPAE IMJNJFHRTTON populated at stay time by thoBe objec ^on&blebeirigs, theOhinose, tboir pre sence in undue numbers will not arise from any want of watchfulneBB and protest on £h.e part .of tbeapti-chincBe committed, ^flio -^appear ict be keeping .thbralelfreiiwell ported in every-"'detail concerning the' tn(>vement« 'Of these heathens. ? Legislative : prohibition., in the past hasbut partially met the dif ficulty. Despite the poll-tax levied on each, individual chinaman landing in QiidiiMiitid.'thero appears to be a wide door fo^Oitranoe^into thta colony still avail&ljle^o all the obnoxious race who depireto '.cross the border , where Q|ietinaljui<| joitis New South Wales, finatbus smuggle themselves into the lanttf#.pl^hty^'scot free." ? Of course the offenders are still liable to a legiti mate hail up by the .Queensland Excise, or poliipf, jiftpt iheiy flnter the territory, but the fchancefe at6 very...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

- TBftfocribgrB ' 'ftad' Adverfcliars OXJB A^XJUNTS /or'tlio Quarter' ending 81m't>ecemV&r latt tyiVfe npwr teen de livered, iraS--wo .'mnkt -ro^u<St.i eil early "'1 :<)CeH<ie 'ntspmiUtB inUat iie Bottled forth with or thiiywUl be recovtorfidbylaw. AETHUE MORGAN. ; AT GUT Office, Janaary;-1880. "nwrtnote QFMtk»VAt.: an&«ommtmloat}qti* are, reaaectod to T>e September 87,1B7B. Iaisir FAMINE BELIEF Fund.-In accord* ance with the arrangements arrived at on Saturday, a further sum of £100 was for warded to the Central Belief Committee yesterday, through the branch of the Queens land National Bank, Warwick. WARWICK POLICE COURT.-On Soaturday last, before tho Police Magistrate, one inebriate was fined 5s. or twenty-four hours in the cells; tho same prisoner, for disorderly conduct, was dealt with in a similar manner. Yesterday, before tho Polico Magistrate, two drunkards were discharged with u caution. The Stores lately occupicd by Hal...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Eastern Downs Hoticulture" and Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

The Eastern Downs Hoi iculturc" aai Agriculture1. Assojiation. THIS Society, we regret to hear,iB about to lose the promiuent and ' valued assistance hitherto accorded by Mr. Charlei H. Green, of Rose Hill, who bos acted in the cupidity of president for some time. The energy and tact displayed by Mr. Green in I"rs capacity' us president w^l be long remembered by those more closely associated with him. His presence at the coratnutao meetings invari ably proved proflt&blo to the society, and bis right hearty interest in the agricultural wel fare of the district bos not been manifested by more acts and wort's, bat by deeds; for only recently Mr. Green's and Mr. jtJacanfih's i purse-strings were loosened to again relieve the society of & financial obligation* "wbioh 1 seriously threatened its collapse. We there fore Jvery inuok deplore the prospect i of Mr. Green's immediate removal from the district, as foreshadowed by the following letter submitted for our inspection b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Death of Captain Benson. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

Death ol' Captain Kcnsoii. THIS district has just sustained n loss through the death of Captain Benson, for merly of H. M. 21st Regiment of Foot, -who expired ou Sunday evening at the Cosmo- | polilun Hotel, after a severe illness. The | deceased gentleman came to Australia last I May in the steamship Cazco, for the benefit of his health, and, after staying in Sydney for Bomc months, came to Warwick and pur chased the South Canning Downs Station' from Mr. C. H. E. Chauvel, aud it is a some what melaucholy coincidence that the day fised for completing the purchase and taking possession was yesterday, the day of his burial. The deceased, who was 42 yoais of; age, wne born at the Close, Salifibnry, WUt-1 shire, and bis father was the Rev. George: Benson, Canon Residentiary of Salisbury Cathedral, a brother of Dr. Benson, the pre sent Bishop of Trrro, in .Cornwall. .During the Crimean war, Captain Bencon was serving on the Mediterranean station, and after his retirement from the line he...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Municipal Election. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

The Municipal Election. TO THE EDITOR OF TOE WARWICK AEGUB. DEAE Sir,-I would be glad if you would inform mc whether " plumping" will be allowed at the Election to-day. A good deal of doubt appears to exist on the point, which many electors regard ns one of CDnsidorable importance. Tout's, &c., FITZEOT-STREET. [There is nothing in the Local Govern ment Act prohibiting1 plumping, and we presume, therefore, that it will be allowed. But, in order to make aseurancu doubly euro, we would recommend would-be plumpers to consult His Worship Mr. Beturning-Oflieer before obliterating more than three narncB. ED. W. A.]

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. (The Editor will not be responsible for any opipnions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications wnless on subject of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any ojiinioiis or views expressed by cwespo«. thniti, find will always reject ju vmmnl c«m* «ii/utc«^'o)is unless on subjects of public t»i;>or£rttirc, and guaranteed by the siyna* litre of ike utif?io»\3 Things Municipal TO THE EDlTOn or TUB WARWICK AllQUR, Sin,-My well-meant advice lo the electors of Hie Wiu wick Municipality does not appear to have boon taken with a geiierouB kindly spirit in all quarters. Last Saturday's Ex aminer litemlly bristles and fleams with "assassins' daggers," held up in indignant letters, as the weapons with which I prowl the streets at "the witching hour of night" to the imminent danger of those who agree to differ with inc. I am not going t/O kill any body, I can assure you, Mr. Editor; and i* plain untarnished truth ia not palatable in all quarters I surely am not to blame. One correspondent propounds the principle that you should say nothing ill of the man whom truth forbids you to speak we...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Municipal Election. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

Municipal Election. TO T1JK ED1T0IL OF I'll li W.IUWICK AIHIUB, DI.AU NIK, - ft in not rftoii that f (rouMe y..iu* 'i-r.'.:jn.iial.jiit !mrn.lMif 1 mu: l n^vr' yitin* iK'NiuKsioii to insiTl 11»*. l'"llmvin;,r. A iMivular has IHVM tfoii'jj the rounds, 1 1 which is iwU'iiluU'd to silr i;j> jurl.y Hpirit in tlio oVetion of tomorrow, an-! may t'.-ml to injure the inlorculH oT t'.iose whom it seeks to benefit. 1 iKu'il hardly nay 1hal J mil very sorry Unit nuch R}IOII1<1 luive been jmt in c' ruli'-tiou, but X uiuiit clear iuy;iul£ witli the public 1»;* denying emphatically any know ledge of it or it k origin. It ifi quite contrary to my principle to rcsoit to audi practices to obtain a wHit iu the C-ouncil; and if I am returned it filml) not be ue a party mnn. I mu quito independent in c« miug before the electors, and nm totally unpioilged to auy courso of action other U thut of strictly Kuardin^ tlio l>est inteivsU of all parlies and necla. I s.iid on the d;iy of nomina...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWIC1 /HOUB. Sin,-The ondosed circular has been issued in the iuteretts of the candidates named therein, and I think nil liberal.minded and independent Protestants should know, and mark the mon who are striving to sow tho seeds of dissension nud slrifo in our littlo community. It shows clearly to my mind that the candidates named arc going* to run tho gauntlet tinder the wing of a society whose emblem is displayed on tbe top of the circular. Who is ratepayer, that ho is to dictate to intelligent men how they shall e:.ert themselves P There is veiy littlo Vbeiulity in asking men 13 vote for a candi date who has proved thnl ho is of a vacil lating turn of mind. If tho gentlemen named in the circular had tho knowledge, and uKowcd (such a vile production to issue, they deserve to head tho poll at the wrong end. Tli?y know ere this thiit ;ho circular has born issued, and that tluy are out as party men, and if they have not denied publicly their disapproval of the d...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial. LONDON, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

Commercial. LONDON, January 29. Consols are 98£. Tin is now quoted at £11J per ton. Burnt copper is worth £81, and Wallaroo £82. Adelaide wheat is worth B6s, 'Gd. to 67s. Gd. per.4961b., ex warehouse, and Adelaide flour 42s. per 2S01b, ez warehouse. The total Bank of England reserve in notes und bullion amouutfi to £10,500,01.). The proportion of the reserve to liabilities is 48 per cent

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Tekke-Turcoman Expedition. LONDON January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

The Tekke-Turcoman Expedition. XioWdon, January 30. 1 A report is current tbat, owing to the loss of camels and material ill the recont ungage jnont with the Tekke-TurcoruanB, tbo Russian Government arc unable to continac tbo ex pedition, and it is stated that they contemplate abandoning it altogether.

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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

Sydney. (FBOU ODE OW# CORRESPONDENT.) February 2. Harrison. Jones and Devlin report the sale of over 1900 bales of wool since last week. Market firm. * In the Bridwood district tbc necessity for rain is much felt, where stock aro starving. There was an extensive bush fire in the Baurke district on Sunday, and the loss is estimated at £80,000. The liberated French political prisoners at present in the colony unable to obtain employment, aro to be sent home by the steamship Kent, at tho expanso of the Frcnch Government.

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Brisbane, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

Brisbane, [FEOM OtJE own COl'.HEBFONDEST.] February 2. In consequence of the heavy rains last week, the Daintree River rose fort^-eix feet Several working bullocks and horscw were drowned, and it is computed tliat at loart 20;) cedar logs have been washed seaward. The traffic up the Hodgkinson was only resumed yesterday. Police fciub-Inspcctor Col!opy who was for many years connected with the Queensland Policc Force, <?5cd at Brisbane this afternoon.

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AGENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

AGENTS, Brisbane GORDON & Oorai Sydney C. B. Aran* , » ..Gobdok JtUoroa «>udon,85, Once- I c"w . eliurch Street { ClabKK> 8o1,> trun. Melbourne GORDON ft Qorca ">udon, 30, Comhill Oko. Stbuet Goiiuo & Qotooh PltlKTBD and Published by AsiBUb UoBQUT at tho Ait/tiB Machine Frintiiu Offioe, Pal. meriu-Ktruct, Warwick, in toe colony af Queensland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

W. H. BURKOWES & CO. AUOTZONZE&B, OosuniMion Ajjeate, ICMuy, Broken, &o., WARWICK AUCTION MART, FITZBOY-STBEET. Warwick Municipality. ANNUAL ELECTION OF ALDERMEN | AND AVDITOBS. Notice. THE following Candidates for the Office* of ALDJEBMEN and AUDITOBS havinr-fceen -^luly nam fasted at the Town Hall, Warwiok, cn6ATUBDAY, £4th day of January, 1860, in room of the retiring Aidenoen, iuearp Colling, Qainn,and Bobert miuatheretiring Auditors,.Meesra. Gill tad Horsman:' I hereby announce that & POLL - «01 take' place at the Town Hall, Warwick, in: (rllkSDAY, the 8rd<l».y of Febraaiy, 1880, connnenoiiig: a.t-0 Veto in 'tne-'forenooh, "mid dosing' at 6 in the afternoon, -forjthe ELECTION of I TBBEE ALDEEMEN sod TWO AUDI TOBS, FOB thi Omen or Ai.nwtirAW i ALEXANDER BQBEBT80N, .i.uli ( JOHN Vf, QUINN, l iWXLLIAHOAVIDWILSON, DAyiD CL ABKE, £U£DXKICKHU»gON, si i r. Toi] «ta -Gwttn.' loir > Atmpoit i, - johnant - " ^oHS ^soi XXUE BJ^fANITSBY WAEWKSK...

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Warwick Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 February 1880

Warwick Building Society. Tun Allium! General Mooting of this Po», cHy \\i\K Ik'M iiiKf night lit tho Court Hous& .Mr. .hu'oh Honvitz, M.L.A. in tho chK|ft' The weutlnir wan unsettled, novorlhelesa. there were it pood many members present. Mr. Houwitz in opening the proceeding* l>ointud to the business for which Ihoy were* billed together to transact. Ifosaid the »So. eiely had be^n formed for two years and had worked successfully, and bud paid remark ably well, paying during lust year over 13 percent. He hoped ninny workmen in this town would take ft proper interest in thin J-'oeiety. There were many in Warwick who had joined it not for their, own profit, so much- as to encourage the class of people who would derive benefit, from joining. There were many who ought to joiu it. and for this reason-they could get theirmoney at a small interest, build their .bouses and pay, their, money hack by small instalments. So that if they joined promptly they would find in a few. year...

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, February 3. (Before William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUI'SDAY, February 3. (lii'foro William Thompson, ICsq., 3.P.) 3-xt". utorrf .l;nnc>ri Morgan v. Jos. Ro<>n»\v» work done, £3 10s. Verdict for j»1liinfiiT* wiili costn. Mr. O'SulHvan for plaintiffs. W. J. "White v. M". Younjjf, meat Bold, lis, K,l. ^enlict for pliintiff with costs. Kxeeulors Eg talc James Morgan v. J. P. O'Doinpsey, work done, XG. Summons with drawn. Sium* v. P. Clare, work done, £1 10s. Amount paid into Court. C. TeiUel v. J. Pelry, dishonored prom lmeeory .n9t°' £12 80-J4* ..Yurdict lor .plain* ?tiff with costs. Kxecutors Estate James Morgan v. D. M'Inneefl, work done, £5. Verdict for £1 10s. and costs. W. H. M'Quaker v. B. Hood, floods sold, £4 4s. Verdict for plain CUT for £3 14a. with costs. George Jarvis v. P. Copas, ront £4 16B. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Thoa. M'KiilJy v.-P. Heffemnn, cash-lent j£l 12B. Cd. Continued for service. DEFENDED CA.HKH. H-. P. Liable v. John Schncider, detinue £30. Verdict for defe...

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Melbourne. [FEOJI OUR OWK COUKESrONDEXT.] February 6. rarnamcnt was prorogued to-day prepara tory to a dissolution. Tho Governor's Speech was a lengthy one. and lifter referring to the business which had been transacted during the session, bis Excellency expreaFed his be lief in tho increased prosperity of the colouy iu the futv '0. COSTLT Wab Tooj.S.-Some timo s:uco a monster gun burst on H. M.S. '' Tliunderer." The cost of that pun to the British Government must have been woral thousands of pounds. On Tuesday lust tho naval authorities made an experiment v. "th the companion gun a double cliatge of powder being applied which burst the iJonderoiis weapon. Although its impotency is made Jrnon J in tic.e of pence rather than in eetious action, it reveals a marked defect in the principle of heavy artillery, which calls for immediate investiga tion. Tile COMET.--'\V"lthj clerk, of the weather kindly withdraw tUu dark curtuiii between us and (he skies, »u hi* earliest convenience, in or...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Brisbane. [FBOM OUtt OWN CORRESPONDENT^ j . . February G. J.UC imu.yeariy meeting 01 tlie Brisbane Gas Company won held this afternoon, and a dividend of 10 per cent, was declared. The immigrants ox Earl Dalhousie landed this afternoon.

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Handsome Gift by a Journalist. London, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Handsome Gift by a Journalist. Loudon* February 5. I A separate Irish Eolief subscription hns boen started by the New Tort Herald, the proprietor of which headi the list with the munificent donation of ($100,000) one hundred thousand dollars 1

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Sale of the Strathleven Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Bale of the Strathlaren Meat. MeBsra. Brydon and Ado.tr Have roooived a cable message from their London corrcspon- ? dents, stating that tlicy consider the ship* ment of the Stratbleven a success, both AS regards bfcof and inuttou. It found a ready sale at 7d. (seven pence) per lb.

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