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London Wool Market. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Lofidon Vfool Market. I 1 ' ' -'htishovi'March 3. The wool ujfirkbt ib firm and animated. Thcco wero offigj-od to^ay 8,7QO balps.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

K0TXC3 OP {ISttOVAt. tkowdfr&toil t hqui nc iv comnodloug ' oat, dirootly op , Jlcro all vHUtn are'roquectqd to bo A^GUIt UObCcAKi

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1880 Parliamentary Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

:V iyr":' iV' , i ^ ' i p'UBLISHED TWICE A. WEEK.] * WAItWICK ^SATURDAY, MARCH C, 18S0 IParUamantary Reform. THB recont action ofc botfi fiiberalu and ^' "'CfMDl^grjtoit^tvfinS' in the-British House of , ,Cpfliin9pB milst. iplifcit. the approbation t t^hc waded porvoss. i The dig nity of that Assembly baa been con siderably "lowered 'of l&te yen*6. through, the obitrootivp conduct of a, little band' of factionists w&o delighted in ' raising tyi the; pro gress and discharge of National busi ness. ThoHtfiiao of 'Ooidinions lias now ?ocurcd itself "against a practical repe tition >o£ thfr ouhfAgohHiJtoiftfie . dignity an^coumop <aenBe,"of> the.;House, by passing .a:motion.l owpoivering tho Speaker to temporarily suspend any ' WHIM r6ad^£at? ^hc&^>dl8ai86i'on l&Mng»«wfer'fthi^e n day*, - -prtwdtSd thij', passing,of anj^at a large .section, of. the .better thinking Liberals. harai&tiurnriso- had: fhis step Deeil, tokftmycraiwice...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

A COBTLT PJTSII.-The pitch lit tho Royal Italian Opera in London is to be lowered next season to the diapason normal. This alteration, which involves an outlay of rnoro than jE1,000 for new wind instruments, has been decidod upon mainly at tho instance of Madame Adolina l'atti, v hose voicc lias deepened considerably of recent years at the expense of hor upper register. Th* Ihpabtui, Mb. Fkoude.-A reviewer In the Melbourne Argun notices as follows tho finit of a series of papers on Ro manism and tho Irish race in the United States, contributed by Mr, J. A Fronde to the North American Review He seems to have been much struck l>y tho fact that 'in America, of all countries, a creed which in the old world a century ago was aniversaUy supposed to bo worn out and done with, should have been precisely the ono which has taken root there most firmly, and is growing with the most amazing rapidity.' Last year he Bays, tho number of Catholics in the United Estates was 6,600,000. They have 6...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

Altcutio* OF Postal SATES.-Aa will be found from an advertisement in another column, the rateB for letters, newspapora, and paekete, have again been amended, and those who may have occasion to communicate with the Mother Country can do bo by either mail route at the uniform rate of 6d. for letters of half an ounoi weight and Id. for newspapeis of fourounoes. This is as it should be. The reoent {natal notification increasing the rates via Torres Straits m certainly a retrograde atop. We cannot estimate the indirect advantages which must accrue to the Govern ment of any colony by adopting cheap and ready means of postal intercourse -with the eld country. QDSKmi.ua> PoHOlt.-Our comio contem porary for March 1st is quits equal to the times. The chief cartoon refers to the com ing meat exportation. - It is perhaps a little Overdrawn, but the sentiment is ap propriate. It represents John Bull with bis daughter "Australia" in consin Jonathan's meat stall <nd the Yankee, with ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATtOENEY, fidltfCITOB, & PROOTOB, ;'': 'FAtKUtN.8TBBkT, Wabwick. . 1034 ., TbeBuUtling Trade. WALXiAQS~& GIBSON ..^ARpENTKKS, IjUlLDEttS, . Gbnkbal \J CONTRACTORS, '?I i-' .:> GvrHOTtaStr. WARWICK. 768 .1.u.i ^ [A CARD.] W. GAiSFORD, Oatpjg^tje^^lSfK fclgpnefpl Contractor, . rspj.STRSKT, WABWICK. f . rlCAW>,J ' .CM^^BnMm.an^ Con >1 vm'-rl fi: .-l:i:l..l t'.:!: '. ? ? ? ? I'tfifcfcirt mk^i1 *»a.Ophol«t»rer, Matrtaa <K«rt 4b», i6i'\ SPtfclttotefc iUilway Hotel), v, . W. m iIkj-iI. ji .;r. n~*V .' ?.! .,. . Uult'iqf'^U'ilwdriiiUQniftt-j 1}H»*/. '6t|6. .ii>i^^oii'(P«iidUair^rdAgr,'.srA«wtcK; i .in'i'V ilrt-.l-- ' > sr%3p ' . . toflRjWtosilrtrwU. n-.ll: > . .?:? .;.! V. . Ptf° lUVtU^Omtm^BUu^BoUlinWahBick}'} XtECtS to InformUiirieodii And tha public I iIjJB 8«njj*lly tbat^haatakoh the wboj* \ .?KdVluwraHatcl.Miere'f'aBilUeB and Cota ?nenlil GentlameiifwiU'fiBi <®vory oonvemenct, <"!uiB wiUmuMt'witii: ability ...

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Warwick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

^Varwicjc Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. /Before 'tlib 'POLICE ^ __IVJ"SISTIng a lixTLiTF.~Michael Moran was Jfihn Ilowo, a bailiff, whilst in tub qsDcutioa qf bis duty. Mr. O'SuUiytm .for bWliiainant.'iind Mr. Conquost for defendant,' who pleaded not guilty. It appears from the evidence that plaintiff was plaecd in cYiarpe of defendant' a premises about 8 o'clock' on Tuesday afternoon ; and about 8 o'clock on tho same evening defendant no presented to Qowo, th&ttho chief bailiff had Bent Word to tlib effect that bo (Howe) might #q amy..'Hotfe thereuponastod lor ft writ ton authority, upon which defendant replied that nothing of the sort was required. Plain - tiff assured Moron ttiat ho dared not go away without proper authority, upon which defen dant took off his coat, poized plaintiff and dragged hitn into the street, remarking, " If you conic back again I'll knock you down." Ho've went away and gave information to tho superior bailiff. VVhen assaulted ha was in charge ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 March 1880

DEATH. LOCKE.--On Monday last, the 1st inst., at his residence, Palmerin-Street, Warwick, John Locke, aged 96, for 54 years a resi- dent in Australia.

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LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

LXSp* WW <# tl)h ftwrt ifUl U held oo

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

, **7"ANTED ft'NtJBSE 'GIRIj.-liApply to »" Ubi. E. Cowtts, Guy-street. 862 781HOP ii almost r.ona in Afljfaali^ .f^iete JOINTS of ' 'As fTANTED Housekeepers to by SANDER SANDERSON'S WASHING CRY8TAI/. Sold by *11 Grocers, and WWtesalA' by F, Gamdibbon. Kelvin O rote-road, Brisbane. 874 XUANTEb a tersoi 'totafee ChARG'E of' ? Vi J2HA WRING TEAWSon the Downs i most be aoenstomed to Hones, and able to drive; engagement for 12 months ; and to gin Soonrity in n Guarantee ,$ooioty.... Appliwuitji to give references m to carnality and sogfrty, and state amount of-6kliu7''V8ntecL Ad dress-" Oftce. , . ; 861 Notice, Notice. Notice. f 1 lO FARMERS requiring seed . Jyhf^V !.8Plfi$0 WHE^TiSiS^A^AA'W^a?-! wioh, at 7s, 6d. per bushel. The above wheat is fro in the Tenterfield distriot, and the pnrsst sample tjiere, _ For particulars apply to , W. HALL, 132 1 Emu Creek. St. Patrick's Day Banquet and BalL TENDERS are hereby. invited fat the CATERING tor BANQUCT mSALTj, to be bold in the Town Hall o...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

AMITAiiAA1Q> MP+OTUB* OF.MAILS. , *£'" 1 ' wimUiitJ '' ' ,l*oi,*od X** BmOh WkIM »«: - -^T^*04 "? - ~ tal tatU, bMuy fbti Sooth Tool ly OK^_«T^,fl»t1ltdMr,«tI->|)|un. j bwc*pw»v«ot> <*»«*".«»»».»»« _ MmirliM'ial (Mm CfpwkJ, ?WtftraOfwt. XWmv, wd Unky fell*, on DmiiOT Miih outu.-L' For Mtane, Ipnrkhf ? !fqtmombt Camboora, - - i Tr*r»UIna: Port Offlae, dMlj, I ajj. ( alav tor ~ J on fuflada/ i TWitooi-n>De/<J»mp, on ii buktortil, SSotirlVxJIbaiTa IWUHU 8 funk, al«vtof ®V, l"«W: IW^tidy a«dBator ^ ; -Wrlh mod rrMakme Ort»k», nOiMk,' KUjxn«»',aji<MA*ky Valley, on SandftjY, Mid Wedaeadays, at 8 p-m. -, For tiM lf orUuni Porta and Southern Colonies, vu ".'Ow omca, Ad Obnunn-Snnii L-Opao for IxnlnoM, dally (Smidayi excepted), mw boon ot m*.m>aMt p.m., excepting Matm onwIUAr Hit Mm It soon, ma MOrtraATt** p.m. tor Snlnt Mak ttninata « on Omu Qwun " the morning, and after stMnrtw specially intt alMln,!^, and rtunlkaor. r T7K

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The Russian Privateer Nayy. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

ThflJ Bussian Privateer Nayy. Pew p tson* (says tho Noidicat Qaxette, n joanml na<>li«lt«ct in the Onited Stateq) bare any ldwiof niti hmohnt of'work thatis 'being planned, or is in pTOCO as of construction, in America for tbo Governmant of Buwia, for agreraivv .Tuyi operaJUonp iP thfevent; of a war with great Britain. " There can be no donbt that it ia tbe aim of Bussia to destroy, M farai possible, the mercantile marine of her enemy, whose greatest element of strength and prosperity in time of peace is her munificent jBeet of.merchant vessels, but whic&i) ttfBeotwaimiy itdDve amrjr^crktos eleAwir^w ? .**!««». Tire rraUsni pro cured by Rusiia in America are intended to be, tbe writer continues, the nucleus of n grand system of Gototo mental privatcorin^ ; and it is expected that "the grain fleets of the Pacific, the wool-laden ships of Aus tralia, and the valuable vessels on the Tnuuitiantit Andei «swall as the' coitlf laden ships of the East Indies," will' fa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

xonca or KEKQVAL. .CTESSr"^' ON visiting the Telegraph Sto. " on Satur diiy evening, it waB quite plain ibot to do justicc to tbo rush of customers, additional assistance was required. Kussoll Wilkins now informs us tluit extra hands are pat on, and that every effort will l>e made to serve all customers ^satisfactorily and expeditiously. -[ADVT.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institution. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Deaf and Dumb and Blind _ I^itutiQfy FROM the eighteenth animal "report of the New South Wales Institution for tbe Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, we make the following extracts as furnishing some idea of the progress being made by the pupils, find also an assurance that the money.appually fleeted in Queensland is not misappropriated. From a nvtfnbfy of specimenaof e^top^ions the pupil* we select the following, written, we before by children of lfr. John Notthoot*, 8addler, Albion-streett ByW.N., ? Train Warwick, age 0 years ! at SeHttdl It "months. i " '? .''' THE tjow. The cow is ti useful animal. It has fttar legs and (wo. hMti, ft has two cyiis Ahd a tail. It pivc* milk. It Mts'gttss, haj.'hfan; Ac. It drinks water. We haVe 'two cows in the field. The servant .milks the cow.. The butcher IdQs 'the coifL and !^l>s tat&JroiWMi,. Ac. Boot is made of leather. Lady Hay gave a* a cow. Mr. UndoHrood gave Us a cow and calf. The calf vrfw pretty. . God made the cow. By~k.~k; Age ...

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

] r Sftibouriie. [rBOIt OUB Own COBBESFONDINT.] . .7 / /t It is unlikely tbi*t any new Ministry will' be proposed. The 'payment of ritm&ra $si not to be introduced, but the Civil Senrree' Local Government Will oil' 'probably form a poittioh o( the Ministerial programme. , "/?*

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Cricket,—Independents v.I. Zingari's. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Cricket.-Independents v- 1 Zingari's- I THE match between the first elevens of (be above ClubB-postponed, in csonscqucnce of unfavorable weather, from the date originally fixed-toolc place on the Recreation Square 0h Saturday last, 8th inst. The wicket* were pitched shortly lifter two o'clock, the Gypsies being thn lrst to wield the willow. Mr. S. Crowther captained the challenging team, Mr. Slade the Gypsies. Marlay and C. W. Cleeve occupied the creases to the bowling of FurOfiss > and Crowther, the latter of Tqtn had jpoan place# three wicket* to hii credit, with-fi loss «f dt'^rmny runs. TliinjrB woie a somewhat hopeful aspect for the lndepen dants till King assumed the willow, and, one or "two of the lesser lights having bSSfi dis posed of, was joined by Hopkins. King soon wjirmed to his work, nod. getting the bowling well in hand, made things decidedly lively for the pantinn field; he played with ndmirable care and judgment, placing ercry-bftlleafely and skilfully, and. dari...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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SYDNEY [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

:.-,A -'i .gfi? [FBOK OUE OWN COBBBPOHDXNT] ? .MatchAn The eriilbnpq fish^phefd pod pjbhe.cojf eluded to-clay. The case will probably be finished by Wednesday. Theresas « farther remlttMlte to' 'Duunn' to-day, making £22,600 sent from this oolony.

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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Commercial Ajmos Office, Honour Evening. Bmume'-Saturday's CouWsr report! a* folioproduce market there has been TefMffiaripnafigt, bWbuainess is, if anything! slightly batter. Fotatoea .an com ing forward in better order, butthebcalgp> dnot has still the advantage in point of con dition. Wholesale dealers famish the follow ing quotations t-Maise, 2s. 2d. to 2s. Sd. fur good quality; oaten hay, best, £4 to £410s.; iuMrnt, -£i 10s. to £8; lucerne chaff, jg3 to JUt nixed chaff, £3 10s. to JU; Adelaide bran. Ml 10s.j pollard, nominal, JUS to £7 i nih |i| fln tn ii i ffcirt iwti 8i Art , 8s. M.j barley. 8s. to 8«. 6d.; potatoes, M 10s. t onioqs (local), £5.toJ5 lbs.; imported, M 10il'lbsd,lWtf«i > tePlDd. ((utter? prises) i Wollongong butter, lOd. to 12d. j eggs, (very plentiful), 7d. to Sd. j .Sydney ba&h."»ri*oolonUlroll bacon, 73- to 8d. j colonial hams, 12<1. to 13d.; English bams. 16d. j colonial cheese, 84.: imported cheoso, lOd. to lid.

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Mail Arrangement, court Sittings, &o [?] DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Mail ArnugammU, Court Sittings, &o I ? -jJ.ilWw>«B*S OODEfe..;,'/ " . I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONDON SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

LONDON «AiB8 OF.COLONIAL WOOL. Wf +«90 . fanned with Uw flowing partJ<miu»of prices realised by a portion of the North British, Australasian Company's dl^ranhs L&nioin Norelntwr sails t Sale by H. F. Hcnrhee & Sons on Norem-1 btt W> 1878. Bx Wtodlaik sod Lady Dong lu i-Nooronia drer N.B,A. Ctf, Queensland -8 bale* feUnwngered at I6(d, 20 at 18H> 0 at 18d, 16 at 17jd. S at 17d, XI at lBd, 1 at 16d, 1 at liid, 6 skins atlOd, 8 pieces at lid, aiffejUwnwgeiiadwt ISM .7 .Uafct ^atlSd,' »»tl7|d. 4 at liid, 1 at 12|d, 6pieoesat IX id. 15 withdraw^. Ex 'Corinth and High flyer i-St. CUir owr (SAuth Tool burnt wool) -a, boles atSUd, l» hales at 23d, . at«ltd,!M at Sid, B at 50d. ' ' " ' ; -" ' !

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