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

Sydney. [FBOjff 0U& OWN OOBBESPd\OENTj February 6. Government have suspended the provision in the DiBenflQB of Sheep Act* for six months BO far as relates fat6heep from Queensland.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Good' News for the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Oood'News for the Colonies. WE have pleasure in directing atten tion to our telegraphic columns from wfaiih' it Vill be1 found that -the meat experiments inaugurated sit Sydney by the Hon. THOMAS M'Ilwbaith per the 8t'rp,tbleven just before his departure ipor England has resulted in a magnifi cent success.. This is just what our sanguine expectations led us to antici pate,- and tfo haftyy an outcome must be Viewed by every farmer and grazier io^the -land with-noslight - feelin gs of *e!i?f.-: It is imtibs^ible at this moment to properly estimate the: measure of prosperity which will accrue in time to ,CQjopiep,franv the grand experiment' now'so admirably effected under the: vuspioee of Queensland's Premier., A£-1 terthe: repeated failures wf the late Mr.1 ItfbiT.bf Sydney, ih' the' s'aldaiE! t|irec-1 tioniit;muet ha^9 be^o a proud mo roenfcfor the Son. T. MJIiiWBAith 'when he boarded the Strat&leven at 'tiondoii to'1find his spefcfalatiohfl veri fied. The proof of the puddin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] Opening of the British Parliament. LONDON, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

[BEOTER'S MESSAGES.] Openini of the British Parliament. LONDON, February 5. I THE Queen's Speech indicates fcbat measures will be introduced into the House of Commons beating upon the land law, the bankruptcy law, find the criminal code. A l»P. wi*' also bo laid beforo the House to indemnify the Irish Church Fund for the appropriation al ready mode of its funds for the relief of the distress in Ireland. Referring to the Berlin memorandum re specting Tuvkish affairs, her Majesty's Go vernment considered it necessary to restore order in Turkey. It waa hoped that the pro posed establishment of a South A f dean con federation would prove successfrl. In regard to h "ghanistan, it was propos'd fait a settle ment should be made on tho basis of the Treaty of Gundainuk, and it was hoped that friendly relations would be thus established with the inhabitant*.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions 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.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editer will not bo responsible for any o;itni(»i6 or views expressed by correspon dents, and will alwayarcjcct ycrtonal com muiuc<iltouj unices OH subjects <>( ynhlic tmpoWciiirr, and guaranteed by ihc tigna iurc of ihc author*] TO TI1I5 KniTOK OK IHIi WWUWK'li AIML'K. Sj*i,-Can you inform me if any alteration has been made in the hours duriug which the School of Arts Library is open? On.Wcdnesday lost I called three times be tween the liours of 3 and 4 in the afternoon, and on each ocolsvoii found the Library dosed. Surely the Committee ou?ht to see to this. Yours &c., A SUUSORIBEE. Warwick, Fob. C, 1SS0.

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Further Particulars. LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Further particulars. LONDON, Wednesday I The meat lately arrived by the Strnth Icvon has bc^n subjected to further, and fu^or examination with the most enri jmntly satisfactory results. Every test applied lias been successfully gouc through, and the meat cuts equal to freshly killed meat. The eailors on board the vessel pronounce it to bo most excellent eating, and this ven ct is considered the more satisfactory, as during the whole of the voyage it was only found necessary to use one third the power of the machinery with which they were supplied. With this power tho meat woe kept many degrees below freezing" poiit a*1 Jhe time, Considerable interest has brcn taken in* the enterprise by the leading commorcia1. men of London, and the promoters coot?oi plate issr:n£ invitations to a number of the leod:ng business men of the city, and also to representative gentlemen, askiug tb 301 to a banquet, tho leju1?ug feature of which will be the serriny of dishes composed of tbo moats brought b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Election of Mayor. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

The Election of Mayor. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AEQU8. SIR,-Will you kindly allow mo a little space >n your columns for the expression of my opinion in relation to the coming election of the Mayor of Warwick ? As it is anticipated that a meeting of the newly-formed Council will be held to-mor row, the question who is to bo Mayor is bein^ freely discussed. Possibly it may be deemed presumption for an isolated ratepayer even to make a suggestion on this matter; yet, with &U deference to tbo gentlemen whose prerogative it iB to decide the question, I should like to give public expression to my opinion. AVe look upon the Mayor of a town or city as the representative of the people ove" whose interests ho presides. And on that ground, apart from any others, the per son elected to fill that office should be us much ob possible a representative man. I do not mean that he should be the represen tative of any particular creed, but that be should be a man whoso general education...

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Mr. Parnells' Speeches. OTTAWA, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Jf Paiiiell's Speeches. OTTAWA, February 4. The recent speeches of Mr. Parnell ia re gard to the Irish lielie* Fund have aroused considerable <"scussion iu Canfidn,. Public opinion is strongly against Mr. ParneH's ut terances, and he is severely condemned bv the Press

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Allora. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

?Allora. (FROM OUJl OWK COUIIBBPOMDENT.) The inncicipid election here on Friday poised over very quietlv, tho only candidates presenl being Mr. Wii'l? vlio was returned at the hivulof the poll,and.Mr. Kennedy whowaa returned by one voto over Mr. Doupa!], tbe retiring alderman. The r^hirilinu officer de claret^.-Messi'B. Wills aii'l Kennedy duly elec ted as aldermen, and afterwards thanked the candidates and ratepayers for the confidence placed in himself and the poll clerk, Mr. An derson. Mr. Wills also returned thanks for for liis election. Cheers were given for that "rulljuian, who offered to 11 shout" at the JLtoyal, as4 an adjournment was made for tho "purpose of drinking his health, as also that of the non-successful candidates. The following (gentlemen were returned as members for' the Divisional Board at Clifton t Messrs. Uharles Uliirk, East Talgai; Bobert UoDlta", Altera';" 3. Qrtm®, "BJjfiiTgUreiVrT. Hanmer, Talgai; Thos.. CoHtte, Tool hurra; J. Keleber, Darkey Flat;' M. C...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Arrival of the Strathleven. LONDON, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC, j fnnR.SJ'i:CIAt, MESSAGE.] Arrival of tlia fttrathloven. LONDON, FELMURV Tan sliainrthip SfcridMevf.'n, v/ilh thf first shipment of frox«»ji fr-\sli meat fi«nu Australia on !j.">ai'dt lin« Orjm'SMid, WIumo lluk m.-ul was a-yurlcd lu bo in cxccilout condi tion.

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Indian Subscriptions to Irish Famine Relief Fund. BOMBAY, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Indian Snbscri" -tions to Irish Famine Be ief Fund. BOMBAY, February 4. I I A BiibBCi iption 1-sfc lias been opened here | for the re*'of of tho distress in Ireland.

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Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Warwick Police Court. - VBIDAV,' PEBIWA'HV 0. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, lCsq., J.P.)| ABBAULT.-William Welsh v. James Spell-. Jnian. Mr. O'Sullivan for complainant, Mr. Nicholson for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. From the evidence it appeared that a ball was given at the " 21-Mile Hotel," of which defendant is proprietor, on the night of the 31st January. The dancing was continued till the early hours of Sunday, when Spellman, accp_rdiug_tp the evidence, without tho plitftitatiptyyp^tiob Struck com plainant with a bottlp iu tjie ipouth, knock ing out four teeQi#pft ^-splitting his "upper lip; he also Btruokifon on the temple with the Bitnte weapon,' causing 'a' eevere wound. After' heating: evidence for tfhk defence, the Bench fined defendant in 1^e: sum of £3 12s. 8d., with professional cost and copts, of pourfc, in all £5, in defaulton^tnpn thin Too Woomba gaol. Assault AND BATTE&Y.-Philip BpiUane appeared to answer 4i euniwbnsieeuedagainBt h...

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

Meat by '.he Strathleven. Mr. M' III wraith the Premier of Queens land, the charter -r of the vessel, and Mr. Link, a large London salesman. hoarded the Rfrrtlhleven and found the "beef, mutton, and butter in splendid condition, The cooked meat was f. nd e^ual to the host English, and retain d its full juices, flavor, and color. Forty pounds of the tncat were exposed at the masthead for five days after the vessel had left Suez and was found perfeotly sweet at the end of that time. The engine worked very satisfactorily, and is capable of preserving four times the qualfty, sometimes only having been worked six hours daily. In future it will he found advantageous to freeze the meat before shipping, and main tain it a temperature of 20 degrees. Much interest is evinced in the experiment, which is a ependid success.

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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

Commercial Aatiub Offleo,' Friday Evening. '?'iSSilwati in the woduoe market (till con Ifciliria jripitii n afopricesremain unprofitable! W lftgr» udiieWi'^fiut the worst feature is that tneremppoar-to bo Wo grounds on which to bow hopes of any immediate improvement. The trade quote the following as -the/iraling prioea for leading lineB-Uaiee, 2a. wholesale, supply more than equal to the demand ; chaff (lucerne) £2 15s. wholesale, £3 10s. retail; alio in plentiful supply; potatoes arc worthy 4s. wholesale, up to 6s. retail; butter, 6a. wholesale, 81. retail; oheese (local), 6d. - -wholesale, 8d. retail; bacon (local), TO. whole-' sale, 94 retail; onions are almost unsaleable. . Twwoo«u^-Thwt^y's A -D- GTXTU TO poMeBa-foUoWs^Diiringthe Wook the pro auoe market has been very active. There is - gcofl tonaniitf ywd-maUe.nlgo for-bacon. Potatoes and butter are glutting the market; this ia acoounted for through large quantities' coming from stMthi Seed potatoes are active. i .-Wholesale p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY,BOLIOITOB,& PBOOTOB, . pAUtEBIM-CTBEinvWAllWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE-Sc GIBSON /SARPENTEBS, BUILDERS, 4. GENERAL L/ CONTRACTORS, Gpy-btkeit, WARWICK. . 768 [A CABDt] w. GAISFORD, Osxpttitflr, SuiMifff & General Oontrwto^, PBBOT-bxmet, Waewick. ttogths [OAED.] .SwL. G. "CONLEY, Ojitpenter, Builder, utd Oteneral Cou . tnictor, J4txeot akd Our-sTEKTa, Wabwick^ [aCAJUV] : \ pal ME.RO , jhMiwrtjiMkw^nd'Paiwlrtarer. Matrew .ad SalliMHMaker, iKifct door to'M'Dermott'a Railway Hotel), '' ^Vr-BretEr, W«WIOK. I,-Jptner*a wOrkof all description! at I to pr&">jftS$>,'*t jnt>dei»U prloea. P®" THE ROYAL HOTEL, Fauckkik-ktbxxt, WARWICK. LBTHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, DBIVATB Sitting ROOMS lor FAMILIEB. A FIB8T-CLAB8 TABLE. BuVWi&u a&A Spirits only kept. Goop SlABLWO. J. T. LBTHBEIDGK, BOTAIi BOXBL, Corner of Palmerin <md Grafton-atreeta. 688o " Voit CMtraUv SUvattd Hotel in Warwick.' TH1 COSMOPOLITAN, PAUJXBIM-...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, FEB. 7, 1880. Formation of Divisional Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

[PUBLIBHEDTWIOE A. WEEK.] "rib.1. laeoi Bwid& »ry bg( Wen towards the formation-ofDivisional Boards ift varions districtgihwiijftn Ibitt^iiiia'iilWiOTliicll reminds] <Mk <%hBV,,,wtal,iwsWrt#i%e cured mast | be endured," sndabhottghthe'iaiffler, tW#^Tt^s§M when (hey have neither too mnoluaubstanoe nor leisure to epare, yetthe Jaborand self denial in mo och lighter by )>t, ch&eiftilj' aiidJ Willing cb-oper "ialiab.^ffheiasteblishitteat of boards for (HengaUanHntff tJlifton is now an ac complished faett our worthy Polio?' Magistrate, Mr. If. P. 11. Mueba.Y, ' 3 -^^------'.-'ricts dur u acted -the> ae'oteiwithi ? ak3U>b}ft&t|r tHEceirJ ? ' ikraffl will have to look to the sound maintenance of "all publichighways, roads,bridges, (B^iW^'ite . jrhis.appeare to bo a! somqahsl JEp^daJ^.»rogramme on papsH^Wrt'ftrtfcalty'' W dimply thrown on'theoateide districts, In perhaps -1-*. -?*opMtiom the obligation -whioh aying populaljioii-4f a " E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

To SnbsozibMv - ud Advertisers. ir ending | 'eoemLer last have now been de- j ^.,.mi»t.1pe4ue»t.a? aWly '? t..j r. v!"ri' itwappeonfe smrt forth with or they will pe reoovered by law. ,ynay gBjnjpBMi Armif Omoe, January; i i-fo / 'i floff iOEGAN. NOTICE OTXUE1COVAL [UOWIiinr printed ] iVmRnM''1 b*V»( »HnH

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

HoMioWat'b Owctunt akd PILLS. Fistulas, piles, excoriationB, and strictures are speedily, relieved tuid ultimately removed by applying his Ointment after fomenta tion -with warm water. Persons (offering from these soourges of the human frame sh<rifld«hest their proosss at onoe, for it is. .both insidiOas and impid. Fistulas if long 'iliowed to fa twoheeVod, not ohly weaken the nervous system, but destroy life. The Sterner, these inestimable remedies are used thfemore certain is success, yet none need despair j hopeless cases hare likewise yielded, aha the stuerer been sared a painful death In' excoriations )& few applications of this healing Ointment effect a cure, while the Pills, conjothtly with it are especially bene-; ficial in relaxing and removing strictures, j whatever their situation or duration. 1 W. H. BURROWES & CO. AUCTIONEERS, Commission Agents, Money, Brokers, See., WARWICK AUCTION MART, * FITZIlOY-STfiEET. Cherry Gully and Big Tunnel Races, ...

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Warwick Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

' ' Warwick Municipal Election. Tmselectiiri came off on Thesday, acoord ?t? a^rapgttment. ^ TJje poll was opened jor at '8 o'clock in the morning, an4 continued open until 6 p.m. For a town of the sice and population of Warwick, the .ratepayers might comfortably have recorded '"'tUeb Totes -by inid-day, or at the latest 2 o'clock, bat the Act^of Parliament Gpetfifi&a 1 rS^wh!t!xSlrawere compelled"'to ^zeKiu'ja littla of the virtue of Job, and sit It out ^»$;ti»(afteniooii. It appears to DOB. .provoking waste of time, ,1 <^ta,retvroing-affic*r shouid be eoinpeUea . . at .fib port for isonwny ohgrifen hours. We ao> therefore of /opinion ttbat an ... amendment might very well be effected it tfi» Aqt.refplatfag Jluntopel Elections, thajt vdnld relieve ijiaiiya town of the*&uspense ^Mifl.deJay on,fhese ooeu*>n«, which sseemj We now tnm-tolfce-issue of Tneoda 1 proooedinm AnUkwOETBrom which it i be found that-(he-ratepayers ham not «> yttittam Watt^«^l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 February 1880

WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only one in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at Hi per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by oil Grocers, and Wholesale by F. SANDERSON, Kelvin Grove-roail, Brisbane. ?- 974_ £1 Reward, STRAYED,from Emu Vale Creek, a GREY MARE,' branded A6J Dear shoulder.' The above reward will be given to any one who delivers her at the School House, Emu Vale. , ' . Wesleyan Church. TO-MORROW Two SERMONS will bo Preached in the Wesleyan Church. Horning, at 11-Rev. W. Moock, of Brisbane. Evening, at 7'30-Rn v. P. Cupsham. SuBJECf:-" Elijah and the Prophets of Baal." 161 State School, Warwick East. THE Opening of the East Warwiok Sehool is unavoidably POSTPONED to the 16th inst. 144 DAM DESBOI8. Irish Famine Belief Fusd. . £ b d F.Hudson... .. 5 0 0 Martin Crane 1 0 0 A FrienS, S. W. ' 10 0 .John Sproadborougb ... 6 0 James lloran 10 0 Collected b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

WANTED to be. known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only one in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WAKTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'ri WASHING CBYSTAb. Sold by all Grooers, and Wholesale by F. SiNDEBsoN, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane. 97* State School, Warwick East THE Opening of the East Warwiok School is unavoidably POSTPONED, to the 10th inst. 144 DAN DESDOIS. To Farmers sad Others. WANTED to purchase at once abont 20 , First Class fuUgrown TURKEYS (oooke). Apply to MRS. E Morqah, Cosmo politan Hotel. . . . 162 Dranglit Horgeg. A NUMBER of the above veil broken, for Sale, sevoral of which will run woll in a Spring Cart. Age, 4 years. Apply at Olifton, when they can bo seen and trial given. 142 W. E. TOOTH. Warwick Caledonian Society. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of Members will be hold in the Town Hall on WEDNESDAY, the 25th inst., at B p.m. BUSINESS TO consider a proposed altera tion of the So...

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