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Commercial. ARGUS Office. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Commercial AJWUB Office, : llondav Evoniiur. Satel^ay'e Courier has t the JBkwtatJ-In ths prodfioe markets there bas mRhMRRU mtmrtnial*MB doing than preri ouily^vut roe local supplies have been greatly hindered by the wet weather. TJniona fcave been rather scarce, owing to farknen- lining unable to get to town. Wholesale dealers furnish the following quotations:-Maize, 2s. 2d. to 2s. 3d. for good quality; oaten hay, best, £4 to JE4 10s. j lucotte, £2 10s. to JC3; lucerne chaff, £&to£4; mixed chaff, £3 10s. to JU; Adelaide bran, £110s.; pollard, soini 6dL ; pumpkins, 60s. to 60s. : potatoes, £510s. saaww'ir&irass; 7d. (farmers' prices) ; Wollongonn butter, :? efri- tn 9fl.; mjtja; 8a.rsyiasy*feiK>g.~^iar;' colonial roll broon, 7d. lo 8d. ; colonial hums., 12d. to 13d.; Eaglisb ifiuns, lCd.; colonial^ cheeee,,#d.- jrbnported*%ilieeiio> Od. to 12d.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, BOLIOITOE, & PROCTOR, Palxebin-btbekt, WARWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE-8E GIBSON CAKPENTKR8, BUILDEKS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Gdv-BTBEET, WARWICK. 7ti8 [A CARD.] W. GAISPOED, Oaipeoter, Builder,^General Contractor, ? pKRCY-STTBRKT, WARWICK. rniMBEE YAUD, (or tlio.Suiiiilv of PINE, X CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths ud dimensions, at lowest rates. SS5 LCABI). J W. G. CONLEY, . Carpenter, Bnll^er^antf General Con FOTROV AND OPT-strbets, WARWICK. 886 [a CARP.] F. PALMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Matress and Palliasse Maker, (Next door to M'Dcnnotfa Railway Hotel), Gor-RrBKBT, WARWICK. N.B.--Joiner's work of all descriptions at tended to promptly, at moderate prices. 890 THE ROYAL HOTEL, Paimkrek-s?bbbt, WARWICK. J. T. L^T^BRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, T>BIVATE Sitting BOOMS for FAMILIES. A FIBST-CLAKB TABLE. Best Wines and . Spirits only kept. GOOD Stadlino. J. t. I»ETHB RIDGE, BOYA1< HOTEL, Corner ol Palmerin and Grafton-s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

"^todx^vertisers. Quirter ^nding H&toiiojp bopn de-I .ttqgest .urn . early of.the aame-v '? bo qetasd' forth OEGAK. lent Is future,. -Mfettfaitf WW**'

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

RANTED to be known tbat the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost y <«o in.AustnUia jvhoic JOINTS .of WANTED. Hpuwkpepera to try SA N DEU SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Groccn, and Wholesale by F. tiilia&&6irj ISfelwn KSfate-rtad,: Brieb.iue. 074 LET, COTrAQE, Four Booms, in Dragon-Street (opposite Miss Lukin'e School.) Bent Moderate. Apply to T. MOOBISSE, WanHev atnet.-<>-' 220 ,onsoi rvmsa^L. fflHE FtfNERAL of'the late JOHN X LOCKE, of the Plough Inn, will leave his residence This (TUESDAY) Afternoon, at 8 p.m. P. MODINI, 126 Undertaker. The Warwick Mutual Benefit Invest ;.; mejnt toft Bnlldlng Society. fairlE tWanty-fOiirtli Monthly MEETING -L of the Members of the above Society will b§ held ita the Court House on TUES DAY NEXT, March £, at 8 o'clock p.m. , 0. A. WJNNE, 1 884 Secretary. In tbelnaolTent Estate of J. A. Pollard. A LLPER80N8 INDEBTED to tb« above £%- Estate are hereby requested to pay their t«s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

Seeds ! Seeds! LUCERNE, CLOVER, COUCH, Pbaiiue, lins, and other Qtm Soeds, CABBAGE, CARROT, ONION, TURNIP. &c., &o. Mavobl, SWEDE, Rket, CHICORY, PUMPKIN, and other Roots. WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, TABES, Ikphee, tie,, &e. A, J. HOCKINGS 4 SON, 181 Seed and Plant Merchants, Brisbane. Prize Plnnglis. PLOUGHS, Bono Hoes, Harrows, &c., Corn-Shellera, Chaff-Cutters, Corn Planters, Corn-Crackers, Seed Drills, Digging forks. Spade*, and evory description of Farm find Garden Tool and requisite, best quality And Lowest Prioo. A. J. HOCKINGS & SON, 182 Seed and Plant Merchants, Brisbano. Fruit Trees. APPLE. Orange, Poaoh, Mango, and other Fruit Trees of approved varieties aad superior quality, graftod on healthy stocks, now on sale. wholesale and retail. The Wild 'Goose Ilium, and some valuable ne w sorts of Apple, Peaoh, and Nectarine, are -especially - raoammended. Many delicious kmds of Mango fruiting, >» «nr own grounds, and- other choice Tropfc^l Fr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 2 March 1880

BIRTH.   HUDSON.—On the 27th February, at Can- ning Downs, the wife of Richard Hudson, of Newcastle, N.S.W., of a daughter.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 2. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Warwick Potty Debts Court. TCTXSDAT, MAK&HS. ^ (Before the Police MagirtnUe and Wm. Thompwn, JJP.),. Weatin and Bolton T.John Cullen.-Good* sold, 4a. 6d. Verdict (or plaintiffs for amouot'claitned, wltfa ooeto-amounting falall to £2 17a. 6d.-' ?' ' T. Craig ?. JT. Guilfoyle.-Dishonored pro missory note, 47 IQb. Od. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with cost) amounting in all to 48 la* fld. John Heoly T. Alexander Watson.*-Goods sold, 46 6s. lid. Verdict ibt pltihitiff for amount claimed, with cooto-<unoanti4£ittall to £617a lid. . , . ' Same v. W. Williams.-Goods sold, £412s. Verdict for plaintiff for amount Claimed, with costs-amounting in all to 45, lis. Same v. J. Muiphy.-Ooods sold, £1 ^Os. 9il Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs-amounting in all to 43 8s. 3d.' Same v. J. Thome.-Goods sold, £18s. Id, Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimod, with costs-amounting in all to 42 6s. 7<L J. O'tiulUran v. U. Doolan.-Refreshment, ...

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Allora. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

' Ailor*.' [niOKOtJB tfW SINCE my last wo have bad splendid falls of rain, just sufficient for present requirements, making the (timers feel uracil more' hopeful of tbe comingseauoh. The t*In justflame in good time Tor oorn, potatoes, .ana printer gnu, and leftthe ground in good Older tot iloughing. The nock'in this neighbourhood ook )wu4nUjf well, and we are »U looking forward for bitter tttnee, iwhich m indeed of the e*ohange lfkW» token, up,. and I an, clad to say ttl» the' wiecfnrs axe nuuittg ahead ty improving their holdings In the way. of fencing, building wttages, sinking wells, and ploughing lands for wheat. Although plant uig hu beenjao mlv nnfartnnate lAt season, the'farm&nkte determined to go* fat heavily thisyeof* I b6pettoy: wiU.hr e»e<*se6*iDnd harvest well. i Mr.PoHotto&iwas veiy for tunate in striking water on hi* snWAmat a depth of Spieet,Wtiagadapfh it 4 feet of good water, Mr. A.Bionert at a depth of M Feet, having ;<lepth of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Warwick Municipal Council. TUB first monthly mooting und-jr the new arrangement was hold on Wednesday after 110011, at the Town Hall. His Worship the Mayor occupied the chair, and there wore also preseut: Aldermou Conncll, Quinn, O'Sullivan. Hudson, Johnson, Wilson, Grayson, ami Crnmbic. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. TENDERS. Tho only business for transaction was tho opening of tho following tenders. Cleaning Park-P. Uoffernan's tender was oocepted for £5 2s. Cd. Delivering 800 yards of blue lmrd stone-the tender of A. Andrews was accepted at 2s. lid. per load of not less than one cubic yard, Breaking of ebonc-On the motion of A'dermau QUINN, eeeondod by Alderman JOHNSON, fresh tenders for tho breaking of stone were ordered to bo called by the next general meeting. THE WATER WORKH. Tho TOWN OLEEK intimated that .the new Irtspsctor, esilled on him this morning and wished to know what the Council wanted to do with respect to tho extension of tho water pi...

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FRIDAY, MARCH 5. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

FRIDAY. MATIOU R>. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson. Esn.. .T.P AfttMJLT.-In tUo case of Julius Bclkc v. 8. P. G^Umore, for an assault, the case was ad* joui-ned until Monday. ' Mr. Conquest ap peared for tko complainant and Mr. Boyle forthe defendant. WHEBE I>OEB IT COMB P»OM?-We heard last night that 750oz. ounces of gold, supposed to havo como from Canal Creek, were brought into town yesterday, . Nothing definite is aa yet known. VOLUNTEERS. .ATTENTION ! - Our advertising columns will show that the long-expected visit of the Commandant takes place this evening. The officers of tlio local corps submit themselves for examination, and will, wo anticipate, pass with credit. HEAD THIS.-Readers of tins paper are particularly recommended not to destroy or mislay the supplement issued this morning. Subscribers not receiving it are requested to apply at the -Argus office.-[ADVT.] " WitoNa INFORMATION."- A paragraph under this heading recently appeared in the columns of...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will alwyas reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the [?]]. The Marriage Fetes at Madrid. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

[The Editor will not be jetponaibU for any opinions or views expressed by corre$pon. dealt, endiciU ebvayt rtject personal com ?jwntcai.ion# unlets on subjects of public importance, and guarantied by the signa ture of the tf&ftot40: . ^"-Xfce Marriage Fetes at Madrid. TO TUB EDITOR OP TUB WARWICK AR/ITTA. Sir,-In your contemporary's issue of to-Hay Appears a most extraordinary Account of "The marriage fetes at Madrid**1 Having witnessed many a bullfight myself, I could not help being surprised and &niiura At the followingfhwi the toros, with brilliant gilt costumes, mounted on-picadArmuies, appewwd sirmiltanemilyliithe ring Beatetl in coaches, each drawn by four horses plumed, richly harnessed and caparisoned, They wore oscorted by deputies to assut tfaofcbtlleroe th r^° own ^orws>?gstort This being literally translated woold read as follows:-"Then the bulls, with brilliant gilt costumes, mounted on muW1-{plead6r mules, he says j' "but a plcad6r is always on horse...

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From Sydney to Brisbane by Water By a Maiden Voyager. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

From Sydney to Brisbane by Water: By a Maiden Voyager. I HAD never been to sea, and indeed had never boeu outside the Heads, but, conscious of the fact thut I was a Tory bud sailor-for a trip down to Manly always had n cruel effect on my internal organization.-I looked with no little dread on ray contemplated puesage-fiom Sydney to lkis'tHUie. ? For--days previously I hud been most assiduously con sulting the weather map of the S. M. Jfcrald, and had examined the meteorological reports, and studied the atmospheric indications, with an interest which betrayed the intense an guish that filled me at the prospect of my maiden voyage. My friends had endeavoured to infuse some courage into me by .the most glowing descriptions of the marvellous beau ties of tho mighty ocean, of the .grand and noble headlands, and picturesque landscapes to be seen along tho coast, of tho panoramic effect of the vast expanse wliioh I should see, but the n&nationB of so many eights, enjoy able to othe...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Attempted Assassination of General Mclikoff. ST. PETERSBURG, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

| LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUlt SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Attempted Assassination of General MclUioff. Sr. I'lOTEsnnno, March 3. ("n'ju'ttil MclikolT, lutoly appointed lmad of tlic oommii-jsion for t!u» FiippioB.siou <if NiliiliHiu, narrowly oacapod assassination to day. While* driving iu tbo city he was fired at by a Nihilist, who fortunately missed bis aiui, and before, he could csc&po> the assassin was arrested. i. - ,

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

???'< :' Sydney [FEOM OUB O wir COEEEJ, PENDENT] MNRNT. K ' The Minister for Works has'pfrotaisod to tjivo permission to a company to prospect for gold, on iho Bathuost common. Tenders nave been invited for the improve^ dent of the Circular Quay.

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The late Outrage at Constantinople. CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

The late Outrage at Constantinople. CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCH 3. ] CominorofT, Ihe atlnche oftho Itussian 12m Uissy at iStainboul, who wifi shot at on Mon day, died to-day from the effects of the wounds received.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR WON CORRESPONDENT.] The Convict Wells. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

?Brisbane. OUBOWN CORRESPONDENT.] ? The' Convict Wells. ' i i! 1' i' ?) ?' i /. .' i I March 6. -Thome of tbo, convict \Velle, condemned toacath for uttcmjjtt'd robbery if tlip Bank at Punnamull» WitWiolenoe, has ljeencousidcred to-d&y, npd toe, Executive liavo decided that the law shall take its' course. TJie execution is to tatc place on the 16th InStaSt.

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Grissell Commited to the Custody of the Sergeant-at-Arms. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Grissell Commited to! tlie Custody of the Screeant-at-Arms. LONDON, March 3. Mr. Charles Grisacll, who wag committed to the Clock Tower, Westminster, lout August, l>y the Speaker's warrant* for a \»i*Ofich of privilego in fcouiioc,tiou wijfh the Parlia mentary Committee on tuc Tower High-level Urid<*o , /Ijob been again arrested, and committed to the custody of the Sergeant-at Arms.

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Germany and France. BERLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Germany and France. BUBMN. Thursday. Tlio Emperor of Germany, dining last i u.igjit jn^lh ^|io XJountfit Collior, tlio Fronch I Ambassador hero, woilc a eneoch expressing j most friendly feelings towards France. I

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March, 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

." Melbotmirv [FilOV.&ITB OliV -CQptopJPONDENT. ] V ' / March. 5. Tho new Hintsfay-isiiot regarded as par stieularty-strong, - 4nd it Jios not £iven un mixed a:itisffcctlon to the party. | _v?'lp-4a'ftrpli*tt1oJ<iyeD, ,Mid the Viptorian "wen' couiilic;hcea; 'a 'rtaitth to-dny.' " Tho I foniicr in the first itmings scored 202. Tho ViotoriMiB lost ouoimoket for ono run .1

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Viotorian New Ministry. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Viotorian New Ministry [BY ELECTRIC TKLEQBAPH.] MKTJTOTMVK. MIU-EH 4. Tue following ia a list of the now Ministry formed by Mr. ServicoThe hon. JatnoB Service, Treasurer and Premier. The hon. Hubert Kawsuy, Chief Secretary and Minister for Education. Tho hon. Q. B. Kerfard, Attorney-General. Tho hon. John Madden* LLD., Minister for Justice. The hon. Duncan Gillies, Minister for Railways. The hon. John Guvan Duffy, Minister for Lands. Tho lion. T. Bent, Minister for Public Works and Mines. Tkehon. E. Clarke, Chief Com mis* sioner of Trade and Customs. The hon. H. Cuthbert, Postmaster-General. There are vvlso in the Minibtry, without portfolio, tho lion. J. <}. Fi-nncis und the hon. Jt. S. Ander son. The liouBti will not meet until May 11. It is believed that upon tho assembling of Parliament Sir Charles M'Mahou will be ap pointed sptiflkrr, and Mr, T. Cooper, Chair U Oumuittc.'i4.

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