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Amendment to the Address. LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

Amendment to the Address. I - i , ' - V ^^pON^T^Iyaary 7. r J The amendment <jn to© Address wwynovod ; In the Hous^ofQioiLinflBtf laatnigbt"bV'Mr. W, A. Bedmond (Home Ruler), who in doing. bo'1 condemned fht .Governm^atMMerely for their neglect ill relation to tho dmr&s now pre, valent in Ireland, andfbrdeclining to aatt£$" the tenant farmers. He demanded that tile' Government should state their intetftlbn«. j Sir Stafford Northoote replied in defence? of the Government, and detailed: the ^ tnc&^ this suffering Iriahfglter whwh^iWdeEate tms udjovtrood. ? ....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Gladstone. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

I Gladstone. I (FBOH ODB OWH OOEEISPOKDIKT.) . FebmiiyO. There hac been brought in to-day, 1M ot.> of gold from the New AdvmnflO reef Bt Milton gold-flelde, the resalt of nine tona of stone.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Surat. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

Surat- J [rBOM ODB OWN OOBBMFONDKKT.] ' Tebnifli* 9. I# coixieqiwico \of ,01* ]xeb.rj. Wna jail Sunday night the J3fc Geprfre »pQ Yuletah mattaarfi delayed. 'Hie erects die oil upand one coach got bogged. , .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [REUTER'S AGENCY'.] The Strathleven's Cargo of Meat. LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [BEUTEE'S AGENCY'.] The Strathleren's Cargo of Meat. LONDON, February 7. SOME hundreds of colonists and others lunched on board tho Strathleven yesterday, and all wore very much gratified with the quality of the imported meat. A quanl ity of meat (both mutton and beef) was sold to-day at Smithfield market, the weather being at the time very close and mujfgy. The first sixty sheep realised fld. per lb., the remainder 6|d. to Gd. Tho beef sold at a fraction over lid. It was pronounced to be more saleable than the American beef, and realised on an average Id. per lb. more than the American beef sold this week. The prices realised for the mut ton was only a halfpenny less than that for the beBt English meat (wholesale). A salesman connected with one of the lead ing butchers was highly plensed with the meat, and says it equalled, anything that had been seen. If the beef bad been clean it would have fetched top price. He sugges ted a somewhat different dressing. The sUo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Happy Land. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

The Happy Land. THE Melbourne Argui of a recent date de voted a considerable portion of its valuable space to tlie reproduction of tho fairy ex travagania, "The Happy Land," the per formance of which at the Academy of Music, Melbourne, was recently stopped by the Government of Victoria. Tho piece was originally written by an English Play right as a satire on the Gladstonc-l^owe administra tion, and the moss into which Mr. Graham Berry has succeeded in drawing representa tive Government in Victoria suggested to some Gumsucking Jingo tho idea of localis ing it to that colony. The first scone opens with a proposal for tho fairies to visit tho world-the naughty, wicked world; and, as a compromise, it isde cided to invite three earthly mortals to visit the Bkios. Tho chosen three are Mr. Berry, Chief Seoretary; Mr. Woods, Minister for Railways; and the Major Commanding the volunteer forces of Victoria. Mr. Berry, on arriving in the " the Happy Land," far, far, away, immediately sets abou...

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The Hon. D. Plunkett on Mr. Parnell's Conduct. London, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

The Hon. D. Plnnkett on Mr- ParneU's Conduct London, February 7. I In tho course of the .'dissuasion on the' amendment the hon. D.> Pluniett, member for Dublin University, denounced the pro .oeedings of- Mr. Parnell, whose actions and' speeehes.'he said, only served to injure the country.

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Liverpool Election. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

Liverpool Election. February 6. I At the election for Liverpool, Mr. Whitley Conservative)! has been elected to succeed Mr. Torr (Conservative), by a majority of 20C) over Lord Bameay (Liboml), although the latter, by agreeing to vote for a Parlia mentary commission concerning the Home Bute* Deceived the Irish vote.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRINCE GORTSCHAKOFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 February 1880

O"V»N V! QDSBCBAKOFB1. to/the cimtrii* Anuwd'tiie dlnctioti; n the lBniati/ of Fonlgn AJfalri. Hit ' C *M JMMW4.M* ?flgiaBctfMlftSfrutar ttUtiUnuy. In notmBl-times tU«juroounfce "it teTO tid a ineeolig aomenhat now lie attaried, to endmore daring r.- vi-. '.Ev^n the mtat we BjMsian Chancellor, lemoril from office; as a Wed /teuienA diatingiilehed ~ coiild pot be unoere "d they only eoughtian ,Prinoe Qortadiakoff, lehonoore, Should (be 'iiid Hwponrfhilityof iHoeefrom Bt Patera Qotmtilie.to beheld to .examine g« Qotmtil in .to be held to .examine ttauMMi «nd det&toilne the line of policy li'Mtowted-^Wbij^ver it be, the decision,

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

2nd Qneenalandera, irdorly Boom, Guy-streot, Warwick, February 1, 1880. (OOWPANY ORDER. A GENEBAL MEETING A J\- of Members of the J|L Company will be held at the Araouiy after Drill on :MONDAY EVENING, the 16th inst., fortihepunxweof NOMINATING A LIEU TENANT, vieo Lieutenant Morgan, refllgtied. C. A, J. WOODCOCK, 1'' ? .-.iiiiitti" 1SQ Captaijl. 7:MfkrV Mull9 and Big Tunnel | ft aces. mo take place on WEDNESDAY and I .r, , Jgj. THURSDAY, March ,?ljrfh ^and; 18th, annexed programme to the patrons oiAorea -?-whuiJug1 iitluM tJ Vuffit/uW "'jS;i£:8^T; iDAY'V . . i. .' n&r bao*.' ? ' T ?l® Sovt.'Wlth a sweop fo^.,Tfonif fo^e. for;afl nrMiwwH ran; 'won a print exceed ing < ton, ailhc time of entnooe : one fMrn^himfcttor we. fcurvt K *!'i I bmma.uuk.,1.;,. -The HACk-Bawt-for a Saddle and Bridle ban J vdutnS iwJ MfoHouatabMfL WfJes U «nfl» t -welter weight for age. En U«iwol)<Md*^laO*'..^jril'ItTfx-irr '( "r ? ?.?.mo Jffft | TMfc'.tS'reims "2 WZ Jriiin lhe ®ri»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almoBt I the only one in Australia where JOINTS of1 PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lid pec lb. 1129V Notice. MB. JCIIUIS 8ELKE is no longer authorised to collect moneys on my account. Persons disregarding this notice will do so eutirely at them own risk. F. MORGAN. February 12 1880. 170. Ten Shillings Reward. LOST, a CHESTNUT MABE, branded YY8 near shoulder, fistula marked, with star; last seen straying; near Rosenthal. Reward on delivery to P. MOESBK, Palmerin-1 street, Warwick. 100 CAPTION. PERSONS are hereby Cautioned against purchasing any CATTLE or HOUSES branded P2M from my son Thomas M'Namars, be having no authority to Sell; and any Person so doing will be sued for the recovery of the same. 102 PATRICK M'NAMARA. Vfealeyan Church, Warwick, THE REV. PAUL CUPSHAM WILL PREACH TWICE TO-MORROW. | at 11 a.m. and 780 p.m. Text for the evening lea vu, 20: In the ! same day, shall tlie Lord shave with a rotor that is hired. 171 S...

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The Daily Life of a St. Petersburger. (From the French,) SCENE: At St. Petersburg. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

I The Daily Life ot a St. Petersburger. (From the French,) SCENE .. At St. Petersburg. ^ Janitor-" I can't stand this any longer, ?ir; I don't mind doing (he duties ordinarily expected of one in my position, bat I cannot l>o on watch all the twenty-fours to see that the NihiliBts don't stick revolutionary posters on the front wall. I've gone cloven nights without sleep now." Proprietor-" But, my poor Ivan Invano vitcb, I did not make the law which all owners of houses ore obliged to ol>ey, provid ing for a fine of 500 rubles if a placard isfposted up on the premises, and improvement if the offence is repeated. Here, drink this coffee -it will beep you awake. To-night I will go on watch and you can get a good deep." Janitor-" Thanks, my good master j your nobly considerate conduct lends me renewed strength." (An hour later the janitor oomeB in to breakfast.) Proprietor - " Great Todleben 1 where hake you been P Whys man, there iB a revolutionary placard on your back!" Janitor-"...

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Eastern Downs Horticultural and Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Eastern Downs Horticultural and Agri cultural Association. THE annual general meeting of the mem bers of this Association was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. C. H. Green in the chair. There wero also present Mr. J. D. Macansh, Mr. Macansh, i junr., lloaire. G. P. M. Murray, W. W - Slyde, W. J. Bloomfield, O. Janet, A. Jones, W. JO. Wilson, A. Morgan, J. Wilde, ;D. Clarke, Dr. Taylor, J. A. Canny, F. Grayson, A. Free, R. Armstrong, Boss (Canning Downs), and H. C. Cleeve, Hon. Sec. The Chaiuman having explained the busi ness for transaction, called on the Secretary to read the report and balance sheet. ANNUAL BEPOBT. Mr. CLEEVE, the honorary secretary, read as follows: To the members of the Eastern Downs Horticultural and Agricultural Association. "GkxTLxilBN,-Your Committee In handing you the annual rojnrt and balancc sheet (or tho past year would bop to remind you that they commenced the year with a deficiency of £3818s. Id., which sum to enable all ac* counts dua ...

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Woolgar. Friday, February 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Woolgar Friday, February Oth. There are sir hundred men on the ground now. Very little gold is being got* as men are shepherding the claims.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

,*o SbImuiUihi »nd Advertisers. c*isJ .(<] 1^'jnj.ARKJitf.m " 8 . 1 o . - ' , rf;, jrt W'AttJOTJlrthS ttr'Brt'. QtlUter fading1 ^Jr Slat Deoembet laat h*re now beeti de - Mi wit, --d we mint raqPMt an early ^'fibt&ed forth .u#.' MORGAN. AF*?!fo ^T7' n&tuak 'WrrikovAL. IfJEISinEJMOriiiMr pMal «Sfi .'rihruiiij i ,fwiwi> pn'j|). wwi, ^XTHUX KOBOAH.

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Pugilisim in a Brisbane Court. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

PugiHsim in a Brisbane Court. [mow ODE OWN COSERJPOHDEKT. ] February 13. Mr.- Swanwicls, tbe barrister, strnck Mr. Bruce, a solicitor, during the hearing of a CAse at tbe Police Court tins afternoon! in con eequence of certain remarks made by the latter.

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The Warvick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, FEB. 14, 1880. The Comet. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

r j WTTC* A WBEK.] . ! a&.T0SDAT, FEB. 14, 1880. -r rt* rtHi-iiii i, .it-' . .-*? - . The Comet. ($y hiirts thrown out peortBwtt'thb b«aveii». All previous comets hare bees accounted for, and tbeir period* of revolution clearly de> fiiWwistrwiomers. 'Bat;of the pre. ^{fjgjnjmsk tmkriown tl>e astfono&ic&l , .friwl? #ra»)w to, be in entire ignor> saoe^Its widens has not yet been iMesuon aoeount of its apparent disap pearance before sunset, and the shade of ligWarcfleotedduring the dark hours ,of emp^ la Tendered somewhat indis fincton aooount oi'ite proximity to the Tr> fVl» astronomers, who HltfSTltSb^uiOflf confession that ftajknoirnothing.pboutjt, and that fWglfom&mti expected now, it is intention to indulge in specula ti«*»M. to its destiny. But we -cannot efaiteotireye* toa raw grave facts in ''fcpiibtod^ ,}rfth the position ani in C&Miiopoi this monster which is now crtfauagsuch satire contemplation fiMBgrt stamengers. If those...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Brisbane. [vanji OUR OWN COIIHEWONDENT.] February 13. Tlio electors failing to eleot a sufficient number of members for the Glungullan Bub- j division U under tho Divisional ltoarriB Act, I the Government have appointed Messrs. J. 1). Miicaiisli tuid W. J. Bloom field. 1

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Persian Acceptance of Proposals. LONDON, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Persian Acceptance of ProposalB. LONDON, February 12. Persia forwards the proposals by England to theoffect that a commission b» appointed to define the North East frontier of Persia, who in the meantime intends to occupy the Affgljan province of Ziftan, and erentually to take possession of Herat. It is belicvad that England assented to these proposals.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

TO TUG EDITOR OF THE WABWICK ARQUB. SIB,-On my return from Sydney, twoduys ago, I read in the " Argus " of the 20th ulto. al ettar from Mr. B. B. C. Robertson respecting cajso that had been brought against him in the < Warwick Police Court, under the Marsupial Act. In that letter he Bays-" Money may be a small,matter for sveh wealthy proprietors as Messrs. Mncaneb and Wildasb, of Canning Dotrtu." I Bhould not have considered his remark worth notice had he mentioned my name only, as ho'did in his letter to the Brubane Courier. Bui ofe he has, in his letter to the Argui cou pled my name with that of a gentleman who is not a Director of the Marsupial Board, and who, as Mr. Bobertasn well known, is not connected with me in any way whatever-I have to tell him (Mr. Bobertaon) that he has been guilty of an exceedingly mean and vulgar peice of impertinence. - I enclosu copy of a letter I, as Chairman of the Warwick Marsupial Board, have sent to Brisbane'for intertion in the Couri...

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The Melbourne-Gallo Mails. Gallk, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

The Melbourne-Oallo Halls. Gallr, February 10. I The Peninsular and Oriental Cominuiy's E.M.8. Sianii from Australia, armed at Gallc to-day.

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