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

^Brisbane.// 1 [PBOX OtFB OWN CORBESPOMDXNT.] v. fTf-r March 8. 1 A:,m^llnB'6rtErcreditors of Keogh, the booksellerheret ma held thia afternoon when statements of his affaire shewed the anetts to be £2.800 and the liabilities £8,000. An

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Difficulty between France and Russia. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

-$fflcaRy beWrera Trance and Enisla LONDON, March 7. I A. slight difficulty has arisen between at Moocow. The prisoner has departed for England.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Independence of Finland. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Independence of Finland LONDON, March C.' There is a popular movement on foot in Finland in favor of the independence of that country.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
South American War. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

South American War | i'.iiii. LONDON, MarchC. ! The UtpBt news receirpd from tho seat; of Wai in South ^neriea atMMi tbaMn apito of -the1 understanding corns to that' hoiitilitio1* would not be resutued for some time naval bpemtions have recommenced. Tbe Chilian fleet, which, according to recent ^W^Wment the Chilian com- I mander of the captured Huaacar was killed by Peruvian guns.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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China Preparing for War. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

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Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. Further Demands of the Nihilists. ST. PETERSBURG, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. Further Demands of the Nihilists. ST. PETERSBURG, March 4. - THE Nihilists openly declare that the at tempted assassination of the Emperor at the Winter Pulace on the i7th February email*' ftted from them, and express regret at the failure of tho explosion. They novo issued notices threatening further attempts on the life of the Emperor unless be consents to ab« dicate the throne or grant the reforms de manded from the Government.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 8. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Enq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Warwick Police Conrt. KONDAT, MARCH 8. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Enq.I J.F.) Ahsmjlt.- Samuel Parnell Cutmoro was summoned by Julius Nolke for thfi above offenoc. Mr. Conquest for plaintiff, Mr. iioyle for the defendant, who ploniod *' not guilty.*' Julius Selke, tbc complainant, a commission agent residing in Warwick, deposed j op Friday, 27th February, I saw defendant Sfct|hegood» stiad at tho Ail way station ; j sjLw defendant coaiiug in and Mkethimfo^ deliv^fryxrf Aomc loading that had been consigned to him ; he replied "you .jront.fiefcJi/'Xft^JEfd bim tbo order ! jiiid from Perkins 4 Co., for tho delivery of the goods, and ha replied, " Never mind I am gbinft to deliver the goods uiysulf;" I then said, " I shall see furthor into this matter I shall Bee the station master," or words to lliaVelf&t; hcTcplled, "you tnay see who yon like1 then a&id, 41 It appears to mc you cau do . as you lijko -at tbd .Bfcation, here defendant replied, M Tou ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Queensland Debentures. LONDON, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Queensland Debentures. LONDON, March 9. Qaeeailaod 4 per cents ore to-day quoted ftt 92.

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Execution of a Nihilist. ST. PETEUSBURG, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

Execution of a Nihilist. ST. PETKUSBOKO, March 4. I Tho winilifit who attempted to ae«iMin&te General Melikoff yeaterday was immediately arrested. - Hnrtiinqjs Moodtky, iind he was ftt tfneeput on his trial and condemned to death. He was hanged to-day in accordance with the sentence.

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

" Caetl Mille Fa&the." ATHLETIC SpOETS, RACES, BAN QUET, Xnd BALL. QPOBiTS in liouor of SI. Patrick's Day I CT will to hold on (lie Warwick Baco Courto | on WEDNESDAY, March 17,1S80. JCDQEB: . t - > His Worship tho Mayor. J. Horwitz, Esq., ^I.L.A., J; C.LRyan, Esq., J.P., J. A.J Cimny, Esq, and M. O'SulHvan, Esq. I SECDETAtlY AND TnKA6DEEE : i'raB. B. Woods', Esq.' Stewards :, Messrs. J. Qealy, C. Baker, P. Connolly, I VW9'aAilI9» jP^MBgin, JfjQnigley, | 37 Helion, anjl G. Pj^ott,, i E»J20C5h3RAMME r iae tit 11 o'clock nth:) Opening-Band playing ? " 6t. Patrick's I 1. , jeiO; tta all | comprs. Captain ^-Upegra,. j.Helionand 2. Insh Jig.-1st prise,1 J6l Is ; «acond,j lOsHfe.""'1 -1 ?' :i ' . I #.^®tghlsfadiFiiii)f(te><b<4 dsneedln High la»4;|0oi'k(itfc);-1st' pritti. '.181 lBj eecond, 10s 6d..a* ::'rl 4:1 SAilbi*'''Hortj)ipe-ulirt?' jf{ee! ifil Ib'J second, 10s Od. ?-??J" " ? ' i'i 6. 160 Yards' Bacp;f-lBt, prize, JB2 2s: 0. oiuiding Long Jamp.-let...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

A^fiOOXOE, .'I P*L*»W»-«TB»*T< W*RK»eK>/; 1 1084 ' m B^aiig Trade. '; ?;. W4^iqS~&'GlBSC)N ^PKJT^liSl BpfltbEB^,' * 'CONTB^CTOmS,.,. ' . .<76B - ? ""OW-Srirttet, ^TaiMick: .Mm!- 1 "-.'l <T .li r--i. : :. 1 -fi«[ !. -I ? i.» . gffWHPWgfti JWAWyWM C .'I ? fftftfbriK'Yilt'Di'TfArilie Pri^Wpf'W^E, HMJBWOOB,"1 dt '*11' iMigrtiiUiiJ illiliMfciiii^'tenort !>%«»«;? 4SS L.fitov nnij.ni nl. .w ,-tl-jiiilln, v,j*.ftmi'.l;i:-J.! ?."A :? -:i Ml-' -HMsib IflffwflBwy iIWffi.»??? j-- .>? leaded to||MfqiMjiim*Mliili»rti'l*<'N ii J<*n i3mvvk< JTZi^vj ^nja» fit A FIB8T-OLA88 TABLE. But W$m ^o^S^U'jM^-icept.- j «k.i1 uiuti|iii 'i<i: ?'?'? 1 ?;?!* I ,i/0WPias*)>t|*P. "' "' ir-*1:-" AtVo K , -r ' ?OMiW* ifttoeti.' mImoII ! nilii ';i't .vii. Im.. -! ..<<? >:488p:< .wnammi iu..i hi'jiiiiiiUi'ji-;."?! > .'.-?? r&E oosapKiiji'M fAU^HtfrrffM«r,; ... VtTM. DSGS to info...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1880 Queensland, Railway Engineering. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

WABWICK i TUSaDAY, HABCH 0, 18801 QmMuUM K»UW*r Bntfuwria* T^'i^ipenfc' mlihap on tliQ Western Iin# .ffojrd* *Bi*rked instance either of pact atauutmtive i»acftlity,or engineering impotence. Weare'slow to entertain the faraufr.lgottclasfon, (or cu-cumstaii ce» :j$nt jto tbiS crass ignorance of those gentlemen, to whom was entrus ted the all important duty of making twrftft *ncl striking levels. Without apparently looking into the antecedent history of aline of country the guid ing tend haa directed the making of some of our Queensland railways tkwmghpbuni aind Tftlsa whose peno di<W ®<H>4ing has been regularly conspi cuous for the past half ..century. The oourse through which the Homa line runs for instance must hare impressed any well advised person, before the rail way waacut, of tie certain liability to inundation.' ^AmTs6 it has proved, for on two or three occasions during the past (year (the inhabitants of Dalby nave experienced the inconvenience and de...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Wool Market. LONDON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 9 March 1880

The Wool Market. LONDON, March 6.   The wool market is extremely firm. 150,000 bales have been catalogued and only 1000 with drawn, which have mostly been sold privately.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENT.] WELLS TO BE EXECUTED. Friday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [ Brisbane> [KHOM OUBOWM OOHOESPONDRNT.] WELLS TO M-: EXECUTED. Friday, March 1 A. deputation waited on the Governor to day to urge the ivprieve of the convict Wol!s. They advanced as strong reasons tho youth of tho 2>risoacr, and the fact. of his being un defended at tho trial. After holding a meet ing of the Executive, the Governor Bent a written reply to tho cffect that ha 6aw no reason to interfere with the eoutcuce. Hark Macdonnld storekeeper of Warwick an insolvent, obtained his certificate of dis charge to-day.

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MARCH 13,1880 A General Election. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

f lie Wwwicfc J^vgus, [PUBLISHED TWICE A. WEEK.] WABW1CK : SATURDAY. MABCH13,1880 A General Election MANY of; our readers who have doubt less. WASHED TH? progrecs of Parliamen tary ,MATTERS at home will feel sur priBeda/TTHE decision unexpectedly ar rivedat to test the feeling of Great BRITAFTT by a general election nest Eas ter. TN the absence of any evidence WHLPL^ GLIGHT AFFIPTD gome clue upon the CAILFES which nave LEI to a premature dissolution of Parliament, we are un able to'foreshadow 'the grounds upon winch/each s step has been- adopted. It FOA^' BE14N appeal to'the country upon the question of Irish obstruction, FOR^E JWAIP hardly prepared to view the (DECENT motion as effective, although amply justified from the persistent ob stacles TOEHSTANTLY thrown in the way of N^TIPNASL' LEGIBLATIBN; or it may prove INJTBTT FACE ;OF that very dark cloud WHITHIII JAWFTLY rising .over the conti nent of Europe just now that some grart.11ruia.I8 »T BAND-A crisis in which Great' Britfcin...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

Sydney. |FltOM 0U& OWN COBBCSPONPKNTJ March 12. Mr. W. Travel's, manager of the Omnibus Company was so seriously injure*! jo-day, by the capsizing of a buggy, that he is not ex pected to recover. It has been decided to adhere to the date fixud for tlie closing of tho Exhibition* namely, April 20th. The German and Queensland courts close on tho 17th. Lewis Simpson, the principal witness for the defendant in the slander case of Shep herd v. Dibba was arrested Jo-day on a charge of perjury, U Somb NICK LITTLE Pakcels OF GOLD." These are the words irith which our contem porary commences to follow up tho item of information given in our last Satiuday's issue. \Vp saw, says the .1 Examiner, " one lot weighing 27 ozs. of ' nice* ehotty gold. Be eides this some small lots wore sold to one of the Hanks, making in all a " nice" little par cel, but nob near the large quantity of 750 ozs. as reported by our contemporary." "We have yet to loam thai: all tho gold gathered in this district...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost tlio only ono in Australia whero JOINTS of PK1ME BEEF can be purchased at lid per I (29. WANTED HoneoUoepcrj to try SANDER SON'S BAKING I'OWDBlt and SANDEJiSON'ti WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale by I'. J5AMU;USON, Kclviu Grove-road, Briebtiue. 971 WANTED ft Person to tako CHARGK of 2 31AWK1NG TEAMS on the Downs; uitinl bn ncciiBtomod to Horses, and nble to ilrivc ; engagement for 1'2 months ; and to give Security in u Gunrauteo Socinty. Applicants to give refuronCL's UN to capability and sobriety, and ntute amount of (Salary wauled. Ad drcBB-41 llawker," Ai'ijus Ollicu. 2D1 O. I. z. c. c. AMKET1XO of tlio nbove Club M'ill bo JivM at (lie Cosmopolitan Hotel on MONDAY NliXTut 8 o'clock, to elimisii nu eleven to represent the Ulub iu the HnU'h v. Allura on the l/lli lusl. A full altcuilanec of members requested. A. MOltGAN, Jli'J lton. Sec. NOT ICS. THE Lncid Banks will be CLOSED on WEDNESDAY, the 17th ...

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The Convict Wells. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

The Convict Wells Wis ncod not offer the slightnst apology in again referring to tlie subject of tho con domncd man, Joseph Walls, now lying? under j sentence of death in Brisbane gaol. The question of a reprieve has been well argued in the columns of tbo Daily Obsarvcrt and if Wolli* life bo irreligiously forfeited on Mon I day morning, it will not happen from any 1 want of energy on the part of our contem porary. The Observer, in addition to pleading urgently on Wells' behalf, has encouraged | signatures to petitions, and in fact lias left | no stono unturned on the side of tbe con* demned. Perhaps in advancing every sort of excuse and argument with a view of lighten ! ing the aspect of Wells' case, it has gone a I little too far. Take tho following as a spsci 1 men .-"Wo hold that society, whether it be in the centrcs of population or in the far bush, have a perfect right to protection, but. it is worthy of consideration whether the directors I of banks are entirely guiltless in ...

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Scholastic Efficiency. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

Scholastic Efficiency. TO THE ED I TO 11 OK THIS %V/UtWICK ArODS. SIR, -I wan pleased at your aocount of the the brilliant manner in which nil our young folks distinguished themselves at the late school examination. Wo havo heard of Too woomba, aud later still the vilJngG of Dmy ton, culo^iaed for the manner in which scholastic candidatoBdistiu^niished themselves in the Xnma examinations. True, Too woomba and Drayton are as utsual in the van, but they appear to be Inking a batik sent when we consider tho pro-emiuent position attained by Warwick, As yon justly stated Sir, thifi reflects jfreat credit on Mr. and Mrs. Canny, whose zeal and energy in the work of tuition could not be more admirably re lleeled than ill the outcome of this examina tion. lOUVF, <\C.t tCMUUNMJM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

- Caed Mllfc Failthe." ATHLETIC SPORTS, RACES, BAN QUET, AND BALL. SPORTS in houor of St Patrick's Day will bo held on the Warwick Boca Coureo OD WEDNESDAY, March 17.1880. T JUDGES : Hte Worship tho Mayor, J. llorwitz, Esq., MX -i-.J. 0. Ryan, Esq., J.I'., J. A. Cantor. Esq , M. O'Sullivan, Esq., and P. lligginB, Esq. :7 SlCBETAVV AND TBEAtfUB>!6 : . IVna. B. Woods, Esq; STEWARDS Messrs. J. Healy, C. Baker, P. Connolly, ? M. M'Donala, l1. Htutigan, M. Quijjley, J. -Helion, and O. Pigott. PRO&RAMME « (To Ocflnnienfce et II o'clock a.m.) Opening-Band playing " St. Petrick's Day. . .. I. Hurling Match.-^Prieo, £10; for all comtin:'1 ICaptainB-Messrs. J. Helion and % Insh Jig><-1st price, ill 1b) second, lOsfe... . .. S.'HJghlBpd Flitie (to bo dattcod in Eigh landOost'upie).-1st priso.'fl' ls; second, li-'l&lkoAi"1 'Hbrnjiipb'-1st' prizq, Jfi' laj seoond, 10s Od. jy^^B^lst .priip, ,82.28, 7. raiting Heavy Stone' (COIto)', Irish 9. Running Hop, Step, and ...

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