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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] THE ELECTIONS. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

LAgfflT TGIfiGBtfJBO NEWS. THE ELECTIONS. - Jrfnraotr, Septembers. Tn aon otjMr jMaffoM Nbrthifitp is an-, nnnnoed u (h oinaKUbe^for Eiketer in the ConaerntiTe interact. In » ipeeoh in mp. port of hi* aon, thia ty&Ujf,' ?B Stia£Si refeired to the tehtiona between England and tha.oolonlw, and instated upon maintain i% the unit/ of the Empire.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

mmxz. . . I jtrttvoop onrw MwamwMnrr.] ' ? ? SiptembetvU. . Jfo 4. L. BMtttedtt. proprietor,of the Sorth*m Ifyat/hM be«h faad MO'kMooiti | by the Saprem* Court, for oomminting o* tint ou* W U'Dauld t.Ttily whs* rwt ju' j

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THE MUTINY AT CABUL. LONDON, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

' September 8. In htaapaAA."rft,Cttttf"lEhis evening. Sir Btaflot^p^taoUecgjamd ideep rejfret at the nil-ere of Major Oaragnari and hU a-iito at Cabal. He ?M lht tBwr had died nobly, jsSSE&gw i® *° *. ,l!( £o»doa.8*Mttntitt«. , IqtlmBtioadrifM wjhitfc barawsn leak to '«>. ''nfiiui^ra^BMitirojai OabdatatettW Dodnwii troop*, aooorapasUd fertile itiy B^ldwwj. which i^sss'snff^i,k,^r. moat'atubbortidefenoe, bqt the Qiftuieee iUaUy'doorway,. «d ?warned thnxurh to, mat, jnuabet* o»er. riMaring tbtf&AVMM, vbt (oflering mat twa in killed -and wowaded before thay ?uoeeeded. ff 0 I * 0 'i It U reporte&tiiat all the BritUh have been OhptUbar! etntea that^tlle expraaMd U 'uMsi viro loria mtum on Umnui and- with ut inteatyp *f ^bol^lngi iGfedfclit*' toW' ttteir puses. " '.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. (Before the Police [?] Wm. Thompson,[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

WARWICK P0LIC1 COURT. IIOMDAT, Birr (Before the Mlet Thompson, Tun Cam.-Wo. < bert Hod turnery, Staothorpe, under ( Act, for the ram of I due and owing. Defendant, who _ " not guilty and not indebted," waa defen ded by Mr. Nicholaon; Mr. Boyle appeared (or the PlaintdflThe evidence of Burkitt, the plaintl&-ibqireiHhi*h&wM engaraV iiK Toowoombg in parch Jan, By f rederiok for-; dan, aaag&t fft Monfgomefy,'. at the rat) of I 41lOt. perSreek a* a butcher,'''and that lie had entered defendants tervioe on theJUttb, uflta tauig uiuulli, mil BWllliued to'working until the 11th o( laat month i then had been no mention made of any jdedaatipn from hie wagee for board and uBgfe&' mntil 'teer day of fettling between thorn; on that day fil ri-^-'ylwl b«»» liim a t>atiiiaiiii> tlmaliii a balance doe to witnen of £S> 1>., which amount WM correct; Montgomery then gave ^^we^tafniSafal^^iW^^HdSnt' re? plied, "there U your board"t w'tnew ob jaoted...

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[LAST NIGHTS MESSAGES.] The St.Leg[?]r. LONDON, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

[L'isr maera XBtoskaEa.}, Tke 8t U((r^ . 10. v . HeJBti<Le*far Wtf'Wbalty B»yonDvOr. with Buppam *eoomL ul Exeter third.

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NEW ZEALAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

KEWZBALAND. [nOK OQk own OOAUMPOtrDKVT] September 12. , rXh" WMBona tin nearly all over. Both MhcUb the riotory. .i.'nT'nn>-. Ah artlolaand a letter bald over till Pamoi OAnthn fcannouBoeil ko jirtkoh in the Wealeyan and Preabyterian Chnrchea .ti-momurj and to deliver lecture* during fiu e*rly put of the coming ireek. The pro gramme will be found in oar adrertiiisg colnmns. Etkbt-oh* attbs plwotUme. jMMM.to be, on the lootjput.ftp bargains, oTa»ll iq ivant of a good article of fiirnifaue, we say, "GUI on Thompson, the cabinetmaker, aid tttrn his prices, and Iben aee if you can getaasood Hi fcrtele for the money elMWhatuJ" Ware-' bouae, n#rt Mr. Aiand'a, Fftlmarin-atreet, [Autt.]

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The Austrian Occupation. [?] September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

1 Tfce'WfeWi vwwNwfaau ? trial QiitVlAVJ/a '? Adrian reoeiTed . <h>in! %ori Uut ^.OoaMUdeEiidli bMT«rUA irtnj bom Minora* dittricti hat nifa #i<anMl^«floW jfaoMb Mthut the AMtrW)MC*t*kioB -dt HorilUw, whtlit mitei^lmifoNmv MMtan* toprerent it. >-iv;ii-t.' 1/ ,. " L

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

SHIPriNO INTELLIGENCE. IMFOBTO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Airker or Palmkrih ahd Viotohia btrketo. MBS. E. EVENDEN, ProprietreBs. OORING Office far Cobb 4 Co.'e Teh graph Line of Boyal Mail Coaohes. .*" A Commodioua Bath Boom on the premises. B F THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Urmer of Fittrov ud Palmerin Streets, WAEWIOK. J. w. QUINN, Proprietor. LEST CLASS ACCOMODATION. Liqu ora of the Best Quality. A Good Supply of HAY and CORN always on linnd. A secure Paddock for Horses close to the town. ' ttort Centrally Situated Hotel t» Warwick." THE COSMOPOLITAN, Pauobin^tbbr. "WM. MOR&AJST BEGS to inform bis friends and the public generally that he has taken the above well known Hotel, where Families and Com mercial Gentlemen will find erery convenience, 'and will meet with oivility and attention. Every Accommodation provided for Visitors, with Private Booms for Families. COMMERCIAL SAMPLE, BILLIARD, ft BATH BOOMS. A conveyance in attendance on the trelna. 65 THE ROYAL HOTEL, Palmkrih-BTRMT, WARWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

*0 OTJB EES ASD THE itic. KOnCSITOlOORKBBPOVDSiPrS, wdon. to now i» opa*»tion. IS) B&Yl >7rade.. ®P0lyt{ WierwioU Boot Factory, Wood-atreeL 806 .or TbfM itaaUiWo A N ENGINE DRIVEB~»*hted »t Cenntog J\, ? . D«ml. daring fcb®' 'Sheep Waiting!-? 'Apply ftt.ouc* ettb« E*n», CknjilnrDowsg.' . .. .! In the M'XHrtiaM. be oanaidered u . wffleient, djeoherse. i All: AOOOUNVS notepeediljr MtUedwjll MtpUeed In ft&tliojCor* bud* for reoorery. :. #07 [ADVonsnuon1.] ? j«LT. (To tfu Editor of the Warwick SIR,-I Me in j-onr lMne bf tbe 6th inrtut where H*loan, the fiehermw. un 1 *m in hfi afd.tefJeE? JoP»jrthe line to ' the Gitbotio Church Fund Mid Hoipitel. I will not comment on.thU farther thM> to e*y it U k m&lickmi lie; I do sot owe the above named person £1 3*. 4d., or any miter or lee* euro. 822 EDMOND FITZQEBALD. T«wn Hall. Warwick. THIS (SATURDAY) EVK 8*pt. 13, 1879. MRS. CONSTAB ViriLL DeUnt another LECTURE (ty v T request) on the *ub)eot of "£x-Prie8t Chiniqu...

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COMMERCIAL. A[?] Offlie, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

OOMMEROUklw.'' Amo* Offloe, Trldu VvorfBff. Snres eer le* Mml «*Hy teport. besine hianotahMm u>7 improrement. ui not linM remtla «t quotation* then given. Ths oooUnoad oafevonble state of the mdi hu 1*1 tawMMttoo* t we tnut shortly to look at ultti.tll "tti u' follow!-MaUA," per | chtftliiqm*, pet-ton, 4S4*. wholesale, 4«. L jaMdLMttai ohs®, Oaten, per toe, M whola-J ?ale, 6s. 6d. perjnrt. retail j hay, laoeme.Mrj lb. li. Id. wholowk. If, ,4A. Tetail; baoon, per lb. W> AoVMW iMMetafl i choose, per lb. 9d.to 104. wholesale, 1*. retail i onions, U. to 4d.per lB.'fttiB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

BOYAL FOE S6.:^ I t. MJrteUt, K$8E, ft')?, tk* inported nor, grand «iaa InoDqke, r -- *t"* J ' ' Ttadui^"':.'.1'... Mdt mara. MtantioD p»H ^JWai«M*t..a» ?Mf^iiibn^ty JBaaaon PMHMMfli MMTOIHUk; ifad tW:' .mO «ttb4 $b Sauon, at EOJBBSaiHAL, - A'the.aborsfyjjut Bpia> UmjmaM»usk. ' i'il:., , .t«W»fcir 3i I jr , H Ifm*,; «*0<ai.-.v.«! I vfc Kxfilmt WifrwcM^ | BiiattD OobbmomL' IflLi OOTOBBL m 1 PamovM, or Miitaeol .I Ite nto «f T«« AflUaflk ' «teM& l'f r['"" .!»& .<£ al "|M ' 'I 'jii^ioacaaaaSSHti .igRgSjgSStSSB^I hAlHWRS) .*3 ,n«i«i Jl 'i.^mT «j&ijoS 3 d ('!.? t n«ilmJ8uA mo BWil iMl bowia, Jb ». Haaiy DuawrSttiuoir, , ^OHAIfCffilsIiOR^ T i ]rtc*Ki I And'* ttrn-Oi, Mail. .!.i j -rn?> i nn.'.tv>.7.1* Good ItiU " Mi^WW - ?.. ...- i&SJUMnmt Filial '«u»t olulv "mil »<u| "' "" ? j-7 " >'l ro »mii ^ 5'J " ?'POWER'S GLORY,", ?tend* M'tutidfHttdi' .>.0 _ ,-HR «1 Ilk (witkoat .rirfittalMN.' Twirl i*t ;^|wM|ng^ ^addoo...

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MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. (Before the Police M[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 September 1879

l.OOOBT., TuroivBsFTKiauft 9. ($*» 1he. tftUoe/JfaftttlflM} Tftmro.^Anafapltaat&nfSr the trans.1 fer of the lioenie. held b; Conttantlne Bnlth. nilt for the " Hammer and Drill" hotel, at . theTqmel/to John of Warwick, «u granted. '> . [..TjitogBgsiiti'Ji! Hiwnt'i uoenM.tp Iwlt wm ; uraaTturetiee being a^oepted. ji ' TtiDi.*, Ssrnfsipia*' 19 (B*toro^ Iu.MAfcpAB0trtfaw5.iiil' iUil0A rc. mud from Monday, the ,8th init.. ,mm brought b«(br( lb viHl'tbltftt1 with !tU« offence. Hie prisoner, who ,nl«pd«4 "not gnfHy," was ^W«h EntnismtiilnWawtra d been known lo.^lWH for'» and thafc«fc0ou«ay: Mi';no|k if received, b« bad tjfnuiwl Ills wick | the Chinamsn. »hen Heated, w iid Wte<S>orte,1>nt»M bad purchased ff'ikgflag*rfffj(Jpr M 10<, and produced A' eomtpMiauig reoeipt; the brand, wbioh was not ragistMed, bad igfaw' a&B&e to satisfrthe Bsnah, prlsenar wastoqottted. 1 Hops* STBiUHO.-The^uae pi boner, on remand ~from Monday lut. charged wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

leaders for thoflervico. 1880-81. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. ?' General P6«t Office, * Brisbane, 7th August, 1879. SEPARATE Tenders an hereby invited, and will be received until Noon of MON DAY, the 6th October next, (or tho con . veyance of Port Office Mails from the lit JANUARY, J880. >.For full particulars see Queensland Gov ernment Qatette, of the 9tb uid 16th instant, copion of which mey .be seen on application at any,Folic* Qffioo in the Cclony, and the TTanbteJb Argil* otfclie 21it Atigast. Tho Government will not neoessarily acoept the lowest or any tender. -717 C. HAEDIE BUZACOTT. ROBERT ALAND, jsoxruosroBB, Warwick, HAS JUST RECEIVED - EX "Lieu tenant," "Atma," and othor lato arrivals-a LABOR .ASSORTMENT OF General Ironmongery, Including A Good Supply of EI,v Bros.' AMMUNITION, both for BREEfcH and MUZZLE LOAD ING GUNS. BREECH LOADING GUNS just arrived. 1 Cask of ENAMELLED WARE, consisting of Preserving Pons, Milk and Pie Dishes, i Btew and Sauoepana. I Cask SCALES AND WEIGHI...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] THE WOOL SALES LONDON, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [OUB SPECIAL MESSAGE.] , THE WOOL SA_f.E8.'! LoNix^il/Soptanibor 18. To* tone of the wool n^pket has a harden ing tendency for ordinary and greasy and scoured merinos. Other kids ore un changed. The sustained interest of the trade is shown by (ho good mustor o£-buyers ffom day to. day, the French esgttcially'coniiing forward in great numbers. Tho totel number of bales catalogued to date is 288,684, and the number of with drawals amount to 24,000 bales. I The present series of sales will close about I September 27. i

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WEST OF ENGLAND BANK DIBECTORS. London, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

WEST OF ENGLAND BANK DIBEC. TOES. London, September 11. I The directors of the Weft of England Bask, against whom proceedings were recently taken by the Government, were committed for trial to-day for issuing to the shareholders and publishing balance-sheets containing fictitious statome&U ot th& affairs of the bank.

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DARLING DOWNS FLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

DARLING DOWNS FLOCKS. Vfr. are glad to thinli our Queensland flocks will be worthily npresentad at the Sydney exhibition. Tne Alexandra on 8aturday last took softie magnificent sheepfrom the Head ington dfilltmyl^imbour floeks, and tho champion merino ram of the Toowoomba ex hibition. whioh was purchased by William Alien, Esq., of Wrenhah station. This laat Mentioned animal ia a sheep of good frame, very large and symmetrical, ana splendidly covered with a heavy fleece of long combing wool, possessing ((reat evenness and quality. He was bred at Headington Hill, and Mr. Allen, who was one of the j udges .of sheep at the Toowoomba eho w, could sot resist his fascina tions, and purchased him at a long tigurt. The Jimboor sheep comprise two rams, ono being aa large framed merino «s we ever re in»mber seeing, marvellcmsly even, aqd jwith, * magnificent fleece of heavy combing ,?wpo). The other is a rather finer wojdied afiecpT of lesa mbstanoe, aad aVall. ppints. veqr hear fceifection. T...

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IRISH NATIONAL CONVENTION. London, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

IEISH NATIONAL CONVENTION. London, September 11. | A very numexotis meeting of Home Balers took place In Dublin on Friday, when it was resolved to found a national convention of 800 delegates from various parts of the country to represent the people as an unoffi cial Irsh Faiiiauent.

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DIFFICULTIES WITH BUBMAH. Calcutta, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

DIFFICULTIES WITH BUBMAH. Calcutta! September It. Most conflicting rumors have recently been .urrent regarding Burmah, but little reliance can be placed on the same. It it now, how aver, certain.that relations between the In dian OoTertuoent and the . King of Burmah »re becoming more strained, and diplomatic relation* have been virtually broken off. Order* have been eent (or the withdrawal of the staff of the British Minion from Mandaley.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER, 1879. (Before the Police Magistrate and Win Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

I "WARWICK POLICE COURT. | MONDAY, 15th SIPTOCBIB, 1879. (Bofore the Polioo Magistrate and 'Win I Thompson, Esq., J.F.) 1 IWD*C*NT EIFOBDEI-Win. Atkin, chargod by the polico with baring oommitted this offenoe, on Saturday evening last, in Grafton street, wn sentenoed to three days Imprison ment in the lock-up. DIBOBDIBLT COHDDOT.-Wm. Blalcily «u. at the instanoe of the Polioo, fined five shillings or M hoars imprisonment (or disorderly oonduet in Albion-street. PnorANi LINODAQE.-Thesaxae delinquent was father charged by the polioe with having used profane language in a public place, ana .u ordered to pay a fine of ten shillings or in default forty-eight honn in the oolle. ILLEQIXLT OH Puraaera.-Jatnu Stlly was charged by John Ferguson, blacksmith, of Fitsroy-street with being illegally on his premises, on Sunday morning last, between the boats of 2 and 8 o'clock; after hearing evidenoe, from the prosecutor and the arrest ing constable, the Bench discharged the prisoner. L BOB .of Th...

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