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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 February 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PEOCTOB, | PAMTEEIN-stbket, WARWICK. 10M The1 Building Trade. WALLACE-Sc GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, &. GENERAL I CONTRACTORS, G uy-STBEKr, WARWICK. 708 [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, | PERCY-STREET, : WARWICK. ffllMBEB YARD, foTtbo Supply of PIKE, 1 < CEDAlt, rad HARDWOOD, of all I lengths and dimensions, at lowost rates. 895 I Lcaild.J W. G. "CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, FlTXBOY AND GUT-8TBEBT8, WARWICK. 856 [* OABn.1 F. PALMERO, Oabinet-maktr und-TJpholBterer, Matress I and Palliagse Maker, ({text dppr to M'Dermott's Railway Hotel), (Jcy-BTREKT, WARWICK. ? N.B,~Joiner'a work of all descriptions jit- | tended to promptly, at moderate prices. THEROYALHOTEL, | , P«T.lfltBIW-8TBtET, WARWICK. J. T* .L^ffiBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, pHIVAT&eitting ROOMS (or FAMILIES. ' A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. BeBt Wines a&d'Spirits only kept. | GOOD STABLING. J. T. LETH...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 February 1880

"' "War^rick Poiiie Gburt.' ToESDiTFEBftDAtlT 24.' ' _ j (Before , Hie Polloo Magistrate and Wm.'i ThompBiji); Esq., J.r.) . | W4QKK CASES.--In- the case*1 of Bicbard Dalton, Timothy- Mea^y, -and Patrick Tatty v. Michael Dooltai.' wages 'due, verdict worp .givcn.*for plaintiffs for the, amount claimed, With, costs. A fourth case .agaihst the same .defendant was vithdfavn^, Iu the cafia of .^atrickI0.f|CblU^haQT» tibe'B&ue defendant*, vferdict- yjvy riven for .the atupunt claimed with' coats. 1 fn twb other caBei against the same defendant; the information were dis missed; and 'in dir crigth 'casotjic sum totals was MMitttau ' .i/ "

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK SATRUDAY, FEB. 28, 1880. The Irish Famine. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 February 1880

rffiOBljisnBD rrWfcB A WEEK.] . f ]frr..H ? ? l ln'l ? ???.?, f | ;iZnH '' The. Irish. fiunine. "<'T!!Oim,r«idere must certainly regard the ,h^n^oi^d;,Bql)BctiptipaB by' Messrs. OVEM^iji^i yo^an&tlietrflwplo^ "in this district^ with' no slight fooling of satisfaction. ?'? Whenw4 rejgafd the gift; ."ftiSn thdiftnti, abd'tha numerical stan dard cff thp aWff ^ hands employed by' Messrs. OvbbEnd, We'cannot but ex claim " Well done.^ umbej;<)na spction!" .But'our Waeptf forpfomibefllly draw ing attention to ^Ue( timely action of Messrs.* OVsraNb afad! their employee, "is not to publicly applaud them on ac-1 .ginekteit/, be.-: cause Warwick has already responded mmmubemecm^AwM &» help'^whiohu'eaflifes. us>from Ireland. . !t 1R[iioA>iTCfl;s%y,,jtha^.^Vai^icIf, bps. an ?m.-rtsMwedithat call,with- unmeaeuned bp ?5SSi^tS^6S^S.^6? puKS!' scale upon), whid^flraay of tho sons of crjbo(l J.p thg ^und when initial tly'it the 1 ^rofeSin^?w^Jtaken fecdni "...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pikedale Gold Company. MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 February 1880

The Pikedalo Gold Company. MEETING OF 8HA11EHOLDEI13. A VKKTisa of tho BhiuvholJorR of this com- I pony was "hold at LotW»vidge*s lioyol 1 lotc' ou Tuesday ovoning, for tho purpose of tak ing initial steps for tho immediate working of tlic Fikedale roofs. There wore about shareholders presenti till of whom represented Warwick, although many of the largest Warwick shareholders were not pr<> BL mV. E. T. Bcllenicy wlis voted to the chair on tlio motion of Mr; IIoKwnz, Neeon-. ded 1 iy Mr. Hrnj.vmi*. * " ' , The CHAIRMAN, after directing attention to the objeot of the meeting. invitod alLpr«aaut to do what Ihfsy could for the best interest and working of the company. Mr. KENNETH Hctctuson, after some pre liminary observations, proposed that the al lotment of shares be left in the hands of the directors. . _ _ This was seconded by Mi*. C-. BUQDEN, and catried unanimously. " The memoiundum and articles of association were submitted to the moetin^ and read by the Chairman, a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 28 February 1880

w Statement of Receipts and Expenditure OK Til K AltWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, FOK THE IIALF TEAR ENDING 3Ibt DECBMBElt, 1670 : Dr. 1879. Julylst To Balanoe July 16th ? To second moiety Bnto ? ? Endowment for tlin yearl87B ... Deoember 31»t To Local Revenue Municipal Kates ... Town Hall Uenta... Cartor'u slid But olier'a License!) ... Jt B <1 £ s d 748 12 133 7 Fines, Ac. ... CommonagcVo»,&o. 0 10 0 19 13 9 ? 5 0 0 11 5 0 21 10 0 £1707, 17 1 1879.1 Suabilities. "? £":« 'a- ;r . a Deoember8lBt To <J«Sfl»-»MeMd inWOMr 'cut Kng)... " Acoottiits'due, l SH 9 0 .123 4 8 6194 10 6 £6411 1» 1 Cr. 1879. Dccoml or 31st By Town Clerk's Sa lary " Bato Collectors Salary & Com mission ... " Printing, Station cry, and Office expenses By Improvements-. Dragon street ... Wood . do ... Psscy do Victoria do Guy do ... Albion do ... Ktiroy do Grafton do ... Locke do Wantley do Palmerin do Albert do ... Pratten do ... Stanthcrpe lload... Lyndhuret do ... N. Toolbnrrado...

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An Obscure Young Man who may yet be King of England. (From the Boston Advertiser,) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

An Obscure Young Man who may yet tic King of England. (From the Boston Advertiser,) i THE English people have but justawakened to tlie fiict that the elder of the two eons of the Piinoj? of Wales is a probable heir (o thi: throne, and tliut he iet nsguch, at) intorustim,' person. At the sauio time they remember, with a mixture of amusement awl amazement., that they know almost nothing about him. In foot, they are rather pnzglt d when it is necessary to speak of him, to know how lie' is to he called, lie is, in full, Prince Albert Victor-Christian .Edward. He used to be FAfyl»d Prince Albert -Victor of Wnles. Popularly he hoe boon known us Prince ViJtor. When he was studying on board the Britannia be was called Prince Edward. Out of the abundance of titles it is n t easy to maka a choice, nnd tbo Iiri'inli public seems to be lis much " at sea," metaphorically ut tha Pridce -now is lidftrolly, in attempting to discover anything interesting or gossipy about one who, if he lives long en...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Chill and Peruvian War. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

The Chili aud Peruvian War. -\i,w York p.iji.'re contain accounts from Lima to NnvpuiljL'r 2(j, from wliirh it appears Mint '"the Peruvian army, under (ioneral Huondiii, to which was confided (hi' (ask of drivinp liaek 11ll' invading Chilian army which liatl lanilrd at Tisa^ua ami pushed 011 lo Hub interior, has suflVivd ad-feat atnplace calBd .San Francisco, which Ji.ie led to its complete collapse, and, to employ (he words of General l'rado, the 1 supreme director of the war,' what ' has become of the army is unknown 1 Immediately aflortlie capture of I'iaajrua flic allied forces under liiicndia retired to Ajjua .tontii, (lie terminus of the railroad SO inTles troni tiie cox-il. and there remained, beine Rradiially strengthened l>y the other forces wln-h lind been stationed for months past in the southern half of the Department of Tara p.icn, to which, up to the present, actual strife by land has been confined. Aetinj; under orders issued by Ganeml l'rado by telegraph fiom Arie...

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Curious Assault Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Cnvions Assault Case. 'J'm; I .Houiii . p:nt i'ulars transpired in the » uproui" Cn'.ui, Sydney, during the heariugof liiccano Snnsou vt Aiidoreon, which was an notion for £2,000 damages for an assault aris ing out of tho plaintiff appropriating tho de fondant's choir nt n ball given sit Need's liooms, Liverpool-street, Sydney. The main facts may bo gathered from 1 lio evidence of the plaintiff, Colin Siinson, M.L.A., who de posed that oil October 7 last, he was present at the boll, lie took an empty chair next to a lady, who said,14 You'll not be allowed to OQcupy that chair, I've just been turned out of it." Tho chair w;us in a. room then used for dancing. A "eotillon" was being danced. Tho lady lie .sat next to w;ia sitting iu a duur way close to the music. Thy chnirs for the dancers were not separated from the others. He had never seen a cotillon danced before. The defendant came up with hits partner and said, " You've goLiny partner's seat, sir." The plaintiff at once left it a...

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The Bachelors Last Hours. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

The Bachelor^ Lwtttgurs. Nor a laugh was hoard, nor* Joyous nolo, ?? - Aa onrfrfond to tho brld»3 wC hutned tot a wit discharged his'tarewellJoWk Aa tho bachelor wont to be married. WcWrrtyd'htai quickly to'savf hU Irictt,; \ ? !' ' Our hoadi from tho%ad«Wt»»rt>lii£! And wo slffhod u weatoodbythajaj^'apllni light, To think him not more discerning. To think thata bachelor, In* and bright, And shy of the lex M wefenmd him, Bliould there at tbealifr, aMUad ol night, Be caught In the snares that found bim. Few ahd Wort vera the winds wo .aid',: 1 Plough of cake and'wine partaking;" * We escorted him homo train ths'scone ol dread, While hi> knees were awfully shaking. 1 Etowlyande»tf tywemarchedhimadowa; ;i, ; From tho top to the lowemtfst stay; * I And wohavonoverlMs*dtnimnor»ecn the poor nan Whom we lottnloGe in UsglOiy. ? " Wrong INFOBSATION.-;Oii; fctondaj^'l&t wo extracted a. short paragraph from the Waricitfc Argus to (he effoct that the real name of the convict'WeBe ...

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Scene in the New South Wales Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Scene ;u the Ne^^u wa^s As ON Wednesday night, when Mr.'^Bnphanan was replying to the debate which eitAuod on bin motion for adjournment, the following dig nified oratorical courtesies wero indulged <n 1iy tlio hon. member. Mr. Buchauan, in reply, snia it was not liis intoiif.iort-to idko any notieo of the uialaria that constniilly arose from that dungheap in hi.umn shape, the member for the Upper Hunter. (Sensation.) Mr. Speaker said the hon. member must withdraw the expression he had used and apologise to the, House or leare tho cham ber. Mr. Buchanan, rising, said if the hon. member (Chair!) attacked him-(Chair I chair !) Sir Henry Parkes said ho was sure the hon. member must sec that so long as we had a gentleman in the chair, thehon. member must respect the chair. (Cheers, and an ex clamation from Air. Buchanan.), The hon. member could not possibly respect the ruling of tho chair unless hn were proposed' to Hike the sense of tho House, . Mr. Buchanan said if he was a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1880. "Food From the Far West." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

.1!-.J ,-.Vs«> ii lW -!'>'? '1 feli&qU' ifee1riffe''ytra^iie^nt::^k:,ft9w before us from thep$ft_'of Mr.' 'JAMES Mao ; iWWfc ojv^#^pftoira,<feiTCdpcmdent on the pennamnt^Utffalthci.fecoinmin, who ?mat co^i^nBd.irtthout Jeatayctipn as to time ? An{ Ue/OWMd States ")d»*WJfeieipto ajufarejDrt «pau «01 the cir CfMgstanoss of A»gi£oW'agriculture which had Any beariTg upon the export of beo£, &c., from th%«KMC sttatttpcrftitt Britain. I The fitness of his appointment is eloquently ooitWded JCo/yay Jd '^Sii^ 56i )aission al¥jC40BO»^u>'s jBWWWd *B9Jrtejlge jjf "mattflr|B agricultural > 'dddtnpljfiod - 'throughout tiiis interesting '<Wtek, *WcH^W*ejf|tbe ifp|j6juioe' '^rt his ttrwg^owiying off the pnre esssy, offered 4iy the Highland and Agricultural JS^cutji forthfefee successive yeIW^iHi1rf<toJ^Epr^fem>IIurete! &y ^ose admirably written Intro to Mb paper full of Torn the substance of charged his withfault less discrimi...

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Sydney.. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Sydney.. 0'KOM ODD OWN COEttElPONDE.VT] March 1. Archbishop Vauplian laid the foundation stone of the Sacroa Doart new schools to-day, when lie reiterated Uii charges. against the nublic schools being the eooil of infidelity and Immorality.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Obstruction Remedied. LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Obstruction Remedied. LONDON, February 28. The debate in the House of Commons on the Government motion, that mouilnM-fi guilty of obstructing the business of the House 6hall he punished by temporary suspension was concluded last ni^ht. Tho debate lfuitod three days and was carried by a Targe majority. The Liberals gave support to tho motion.

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Gladstone. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Gladstone. (FiiOM OUtt OWS CORRESPONDENT.) March t. in mo tone of stone trorn tho Auvaocc claim at Milton jjayc 37 ounces of gold. .

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A Protectorate for Afghanistan. CALCUTTA, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

A Protectorate for Afghanistan. CALCUTTA, February 28. Tho Civil rtu-l Military O'izcitc, at Lahore, has published a paragraph which states that certain arrangements arc under consideration, or arc about to bo concluded according to which it is tho intention of the British to retain possession of Jellalabad, establishing a protectorate over Southern and Eastern Afghanistan, and also iulcnds to hanu Herat over to Persia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tasmania. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Tasmania. [FEOM OttB toWN CORBBSPONfofeNT.] March 1. Sir Jainoa Wilson died to-day, aged 08 years, aftor a lingering illness. STATE SCHOOL, GOOMBURHA.-The follow ing tenders, for the erection of a State school and teachers' residence at Goouiburiu, were opened at the Education Office on Friday last:-A. Gordon, £GG4, four months; W. Gaisford, £095 10s., four months, i CmcKET.-Wo understand that the match | between the first elevens of the Independent and the 1. Zingari Clubs, arranged to have taUon place on last Saturday weak, but postponed in consequcnce of tiie unfavorable state of the weather, will take place on the Hecrcatiou Square next Saturday. The teams already selected and published will probably be retained witli one or two exceptions. ? Xbibk FAMINE RELIEF COMMITTEE.-This Commit toe met at the Town Hall on Saturday afternoon. There wore present the Mayor, in the chair, Messrs. Jacob liorwite, O'Sullivan, M'Gee and the Secretary. Letters were read enclosing donations from t...

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Bismark's Health. BERLIN, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Bismark's Health. Ueklin', February 28. Prince BiBinark'« health is still cauein^ uneoaiucfie, and Prince liobenloo has been appointed Foreign Secretary in onlur to re lieve BiBUiark.

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Melbourne. [FROM ODB OWN COKRESPONDEST.} , March 1. Tho Opposition have gained 47 out of 8G, and the Ministry .39. These are oerUiiu. O'lioglilon has been defeated but the other Hinistersare returned, and GrahamBerry only by a 8U1U.11 majority.

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Masonic Gleanings. (From the Australian Freemason.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Masonic -OiMnlngg. (From the Auttralian Freemtuon.) AT a recent sesaion of tho Grand Lodge of | Illinois,' America, six "hundred lodges were represented. There ore nearly forty thousand Masons in Illinois alone. Mark masonry ia making progress nt Malta. ' A lodge mooting was recently held in . cap tire balloon at Fuii. At Yokohama, Japan, a masonic ball woa given eo 20th Janoary. Nearly eighty ladies Mouf present. .. ThkUdtv or aMabok.-As auhoneat man Shaduty ot» Freoasson ispWio and way. It { 'Mtpfrssfof na honesty iq..contracts, eincerety la- affirming, simplicity in bargaining, ana (faithfulness in perfonning. Lie not at all, -neither-in* little thing nor In a great, neither In the substance 4g»-iA the circumstance, 4>ei(hetin word nor deed'; that ia, pretend «otwt>*t ia false-cover not what is true; itndletithe measure of your affirmation or' de nial be the apdjaretaoding ot your oontradtor, forjhe 4$at deeeives tjie,buyer or the aeller by ?peaking wlat.^trnj.iqa sense not...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Brisbane. [VKOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT. March 1. A Chinaman hu found a 25 ot. nugget of ?gold on tho Palmer near Mnytowri. irlour was unoli Unliable there on Koljrunry 1-ltli, the Chinese storepeepers sold the lust at £50 per ton. Floods prevail, and there is n -scarcity of provisions at Woolgar, where the population is reduced to fifty. March 1. Foundation day was observed at the Gram mar School to-day. There was a large at tendance, and the Governor presided. John Cassidy, a recent arrival from Rock hamptop attempttfd suioide yesternight l>y cutting lils'throat arid is at I.lie Hospital in Jt^iittcarious state. The anfai^eVsary of the cif^ht bourn move ment to-day, was tho occasion of several excursions to the Day.'

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