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TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

TO THE £Z?IT08 OF THE BBISBAKfi C07&IBB. Sin,-Absence from the colony for a few weeks preventad me noticing a letter from Mr. E. K. C. Bobertson, headed " Marsupial Tax," which appeared in your journal of the 24th ultimo, complaining of the action cf the Warwick Uarapptal Board in proaecuting him for a balance of assessment. I may premise the remarks I will make in reply to Mr. Robertson's letter by stating that his was not a singular case. The Board, in the discharge of their duties, had to sue a good many Btockowners who either from ignorance or a desire to save their money at ttiteir neighbors' expense, hbd failed topay the correct amounts of assessment due by them. In discharging that duty, which was not a pleasant one, no difference was made between defaulters-whether they were large squatters like Mr. Bobertson, counting their cattle by thousands, or small struggling selectors with twenty head-all were treated alike. The facta relating to Mr. Boberteon's case are as fo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Chimborazo, S., in a Gale. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

The OMmborazo, 8., in a Gale, LONDOH, February 10. The Orient liner Chimborazo, which left, for Australia on Sunday last* returned to port to day, having encountered very severe weather and sustained damages which necessitated ber putting back. Four persons were drowned and several others injured. Latest particulars show that the steamer ship ped enormous seas, losing her six life-boats and various deck fittings. Among those drowned was Mr. Boyer, a first-class passenger (a Mr. J. E. J ones), was accidentally killed by the violence of the storm. Messrs. J. C. Alex nnder and Donald, first-class passengers, and Messrs. Joseph Phelp, J. T. Wrigley, and Alfred Tugwell, second-class passengers, were also severely injured during the gale. Later. Further details regarding the disaster to the Chiboraio show that three of the crew were drowned in addition to those already re Sorted. The vessel sustained considerable image aloft, but her hull and engines are uninjured.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mail Arrangements Court Sittings, &c. P[?] COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Hail Amnrsme&ts. Court Sittings. tcc. I pi»#5i5e>wuw.j#^ V, pomb«Jd tomfctkj on the ju cMjnonttL-.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE [?] MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTU&E<atf£ftRft&* AUUVAIA : fVom Brisbane, Ipswich, Tbowoomba, Cambooyt, Clifton, Btadoo* AUora, and T. P. 0., duly, (Sundays wwMX at 4'M tun., also, from Brisbane, Ipswich, and Tcwiwoouiba, MI Tuesdays and Saturdays, at irtt p4B., tad from Toowoomba, on Thursdays, at 10-56 PNO VmtsiflakL Maryland, and New South Wales -«s»s-r*-H-(Buuilajimj TLundnyi^ 0»Pl<UU, i and wy aHUWi at i w v.w> , _ _mbooj», on wedneadayt 49? ftwieoESmhriwBn and Freestone Creeks, RniiVs^fogm CS»»| gflhmsy, and Lucky Valley, on SSmtd Cslonles vu _ & \ ? 1J Dginriw Win, OLOSI ypr-rJMihi^Si vlwwkilk rTpenoomba, Cam! <mftoqr8Bk8 omoe, (Sondm.oxonMk. at U s-m,; alio, for Brisbane, Ituww. iMAnMNiini at* lukslty and Saturday. iTm?plbl, «5^^5eweeobe, on Thuradnyt.> B'< rerriektiid-llil to<*^6wiA Wales genersttr "~J" * *". VtrftytflKp; ^ 4,- Cheny odW ank Gap. » »t 8 p.m.,-for ' y^odJiM. ... , . "J raoeptMl), llllMH &a...

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[?]ND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

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Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fearful Catastrophe at Stamboul. STAMBOUL, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Fearful Catastrophe at StunbouL Stamboul, February 10. Daring the progress of & fete giren last evening at the military barracks, Stamhoul, the buuding gave way. Two hundred per sons were crushed to death in the ruins, and many others were more or less injured.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Destruction of the Dublin Theatre Royal. LONDON, Februaiy 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Destruction of the Dublin Theatre BoyaL LONDON, Februaiy 10. The Theatre Boyal, Dublin, was destroyed by Are lust night. There were a luge number of people in the building at the time> and of these six were killed and several others injured.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Persia and Herat. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Persia and Herat LONDON, February 0. Diplomatic correspondence has recently been exchanged between the Courts of Lon don an(i Teheran, with the result that the English Government have released Persia from tho obligations imposed by a clause of the existing treaty, which binds the latter not to take possession of Herat LONDON, February 11. It has been oficially stated that the report current yesterday to the effect that England had released Persia from her engagement not to take Herat was unfounded. Negotiations on the point an still proceeding, but nothing definite has actually been concluded.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Serious Accident to the Chimborazo, s. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

[OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Serious Accident to the Ghimboraxo, s. LONDON, February 10. I The steamship Chimboraeo, from Plymouth (or Australia, encountered a terrific gale yesterday when sixty miles south-weet of Ush&nt. The sea was fearfully heavy, and several lartre wares broke on board, carry ing away the rails end clearing the decfa; several of the hatches and six of the vessel's boats were washed over-board. A saloon passenger who happened to be on deck, besides two of the crew, were swept over board, and it was found impossible to do any thing to rescue their. Sixteen other persons were injured, and one of them, a passenger named Jones, bu since died from the injuries he sustained. .... The Chimborozo put into Plymouth to-day, with the whole of her upper works greatly damaged j but the hull and machinery are all "^he passengers and cargo will be sent on by another steamer with as little delay as possible.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Amendment on the Queen's Speech. LONDON, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Amendment on the Queen's Speech LONDON, February XI. 1 The debate in the House of Commons on the amendment on the Queen's Speech is con cluded. The amendment was negatived by 216 against G6.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Amendment on the Address in Reply. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

The Amendment on the Address in Be ply. LONDON, February 0. | The debate in the House of Commons on the amendment moved by certain IriBh mem ben on the Address in Reply has been pro ceeding ; but to-day it was again adjourned, in consequence of the obstructive tactics of the Home Bule party. The lea ling members of the Liberal party oppose the amendment, and both the Marquis of Harrington and Mr. Foster have spoken against it.

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 in the London Market. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [EEUTEE'S AGENCY.] The Btr&thleven'g Cargo in the London Market... LONDON, February 9. IN the metropolitan market to day several lots of the Australian mutton cx Strathleven realised from B}d. to GcL, and beef from 4|d. to 6d. per lb. The weather ie cooler, and the beef not thawing so quickly has rattier injured the sale to-day. English beef only averaged 6{d., and American beef is fetching the same price as Australian, whilst American mutton is worth Id. less than the Australian. The butter shipped by the Strathleven has also been p'aced on the market, and has sold from 120s. to 1258. per ewt., a price which is equal to that of the same quality of English butter. Tho Australian butter is bringing Ga. percwL more thnn the American article.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sandy Creek Commonage. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Sandy Creek Commonage. TO TUB EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ABGD8. SIR,-Allow me a small space in your next paper to say a little about the action of the Trustees of our Commonage in having the Batburst Burr cut. They first let the burr plants arrive at the age of maturity( and then accept a tender for cutting them at a time when every blow from a hoe trill scatter the seed broadcast in all directions, doing infinitely more damage than if the plant wore allowed to stand. Why I, would like to know, were tenders not called for the work when the plants were young and the seeds unformed; some good purposes might have been served then, but now it is simply money thrown away. This a not the nay to expend the money of the resident taxpayers. I am, Sir, Tours faithfully, H. TOPFER. Bandy Crook, February 12th, 1880. " A CHIELB amang you tekin' notes." And in exchange for tbcio giving moBt substantial and well mode furniture. Thompson, the cabinet-maker, for Baid notes will give better value than any...

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Sculling Match on the Tyne. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Sculling Hatch on the Tyne LONDON, February 10. I A sculling match between Elliott and Boyd took place on the Tyno on Monday for £200 a Bide. Boyd won easily.

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

2bd QuccDslanJcra, toderly Boom, Ouy-afroot, .WtrVjek, February 1, I860. ?X GENEEALMEETDfG JS3LI <at: Members of the Company will be held *t tbe Armoury after Drill on MONDAY EVENING, the lethiDBt, forthe purpose of NOMINATING A LIEU TBNAJST. vite. Lieutenant Morgan, resigned. C.-AvJ.'WOODOOOK. -189 Captain. Chefgy Gufo iand Big Tunnel .(«a i, i ". tiikfc j>1«» ;oii WEDNESDAY and .ij-j^lfoxoajoMWcr/ M&oii 'mfc and istb, .. --188D»- - rrr t Ttaitarotyta-brrxajr obtained and cleared n^MriirJU^iMl^kddabk, ^botWoen J^y aad-ttB Big Tunnel, offer tho ot.feorcs swing. The Craned-also admirably ftiited fu"riew <: «i; .1' /iU -pi l.yi.iM- . JMtB 8i®nD AT. Tbim-MUSSSi ^SL^th . .weep lii /z w,oSk-MlW*flfcl fef#iet*>PP«>4.horse,-for all ? SA-'AWl'd >:auc fit jaoii'f JwrkjifL .. .OiralrtJ jl'iibTahj iorrAli'UtktnuxwdibdriieB MIA di fagla;Gi^eUtir' wjdghtrj forage. :En WMkUl .-ty.'.i THIRD BACB. MrkjiJt: 'ifei.1'eMh, 'Wttth 15 __ to ^ ! second * Btirah hM...

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Accident to the Hankow. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Accident to the Hankow LONDON, February 10. The Hankow, s., a few days ago, ni in great peril off Oporto, having lost her screw, nnd being obliged to trust solely to her sail*). When off the Lisard yesterday, two small tugs endeavored to tow her into Plymouth, but lost all control of her at the entrance into the harbor, and she drifted helplessly towards the breakwater outside. At the last moment, by letting go three of her anchors, she was brought up between two shoals, but the water woe so shallow that every wave caused Iter to bump on the bottom. In answer to the Hankow's signal guns, four powerful tugs were despatched, and tried for several hours to render assistance, bet un successfully, as the hawsers parted. She was, however, finally brought wifely within the breakwater. The gnle was so furious that, had her cables parted probably all would hare perished.

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Cricket. A FEW VOTES ON THE NEW AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN AND THEIR MATCH WITH THE FIFTEEN OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 February 1880

Cricket. ? nv VOTES ON THE NEW AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN AND THEIB HATCH WITH TBE FIF TEEN or NEW COUTH WALES. Tax new team are very little, if nny, in ferior to those who recently visited England and contained in their man aomo new blond, well worthy of notice and worth welcoming to the forris net rank* of Australian cricket I was ansble to witness the whole of this in teresting match as the counter attractions of the regatta. Exhibition, and horan show pre cluded it, but I managed to see the play of the eleven in both innings- I arrived on the ([maid, with M'Donnell and the sternly-im movable Murdoah at the wickets, 90 up on the hoard, and no one oat -exceedingly lively, SB bet, for the devoted fifteen, who were wliog 'veil bat fielding badly (for N. 8. ' Wain, that ia). Alexander, a lengthy and MttkmaaUke crickets-, followed M'Donnell when the l-86-'OT went op, and I was expect arare treat after what happened in Melbourne, when lo and behold, alow bowling began and " catchers" were about...

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

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

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed, by correspon- dents, and will always reject personal com- munications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa- (ture of the author.] Cherry Gully Races. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. DEAR SIR,—I notice that the people of the Big Tunnel have arranged to have a two days' race meeting early next month, and have issued a good programme of events. The nominations are to be in by the 3rd March for the handicaps, and the acceptances, with balance of entry money, are to be in by the 10th. I notice that no Stewards are named, and I would like to know who is to be responsible for entrance and prize money. I and several others wish to nominate horses, but we decline to do so until this point is settled. Yours, HORSEOWNER. [In reply to our correspondent, we may state on the authority of the Secretary that the names of the gentlemen appointed as Stewards will be advertised ...

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The Bushranger Campbell. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 February 1880

The Bushranger Campbell. It would appear from the following com municatioa, which we hare recoired from a . correspondent at Fori)vale,. that the now notorious aboriginal bushranger Campbell ie at present in thia district: Ne*r» reached here ysetarday (the 12th) that Campboll had, on Tuesday laBt, stuck up Mh. Frampton and Mrs Balph Stewart in their respective houses about ten miles from here. Mrs. Stewart passed here yesterday on her road to Ipswich. Her husband being away from home, she was too alarmed to re main in the house i so I suppose the pews has already reached you. Should the police be reported " in hot- pursuit," I may juet mention that if my informal ion is correct, they started at 0 p-tu. yesterday, but did Dot reach Fern vale till about 8 o'clock this morning and at about 11*30 a.m. they wero enjoying, sweet repose at the Fern vale Hotel. However, it appears that they did pass up at about 1 p.m., in company with Afr. Stewart; but judging from the time (according to my...

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