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St. Patrick's Day. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

8t< Patrick's Day. TO TI1I2 EMTOU OP THK WARWICK ABGUS. SIR,--If the sports oil WiKtaosduy next do not lurn out a n»al success, the Committee and Hon. Secretary, must not be hold blameable, for the prizes arc on a most libi'iol scale, and a more entertaining pro-jiuiumo for one day I have never read. 1 hope the sports will bo patronized by tbo public generally, and my countrymen in particular, for I should like to see this years observance of St. I'atricke Day pass off well. Yours, &c., HIBERNIAN.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTOEHE^, SOLIOITOE, & FBOCTOB, ^iiirKUiK-6TiiCRT» Wm'iop. 1034 The BuildingvTjade. W^3L.LACE~& GIBSON: ryAWBSTBIlS. BUlLDEHS, & Gbnkiul ? ^"iCWNtKAOTOUSi v ." MtJuvJsTRHEl1, WjHtWICK. 70S /.;;/!// -'. Ji oiuD.7 ? W. miSFGBD, i"l . J|fiitW4sT«tain,1 WiitWioB. i' ?? -fijiut 1,(1 jli-l I I ' '*> . ' tl>eKoppl? of PIKE. I CEDAR, "idd HKftDWOOl), 'of <all lengths Bui'dlraiDWonij'At''lowest rales. 895 "" ?'"?ii - LOABD.J ^w./a-^psjQEy,. Oa®WWi,,#$W% t^ Cwtteral ,<Jpn . illMJ ll)lt " ,i " lli.'.i'. , it. I I tM6 . :i:-nfoKyug»fl<.i. Jt'^ALMEfiO, ftoMinrt-1Wi*g'"lia titflMstttfrtiltatBbB and Palliass® Maker, (Next door to ^Ognmottjejiftil^sy Hole]), ? ?/ tended^ ' li TBffi'«?^iyaoTEL, PAIMKRIW-STREET, JY/BWICK. 0| pRrVATK'KttiDg BOOMS for FAMILIES. A FIUST-.Ql4S(6'fr^LE, Best} ,. ,|s«l V. oti.l . ud> oi l 'iaooD'SfMMlfb.' tof lli?< *edj w -"iift ." "'. J:blli>T H'BKLD CR, o» *»n§0o,W18L'Ii! X9tt>...

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

AUCTION1 SALE. MINERAL CREEK RAILWAY STORES !| MONDAY, 16th March. W. H. BURROWES & CO. HAVE been favored with instruction! from the Proprietor, to Sell by Public Auction, without Reserve, at the above Stores, on MONDAY, 16th inst, at IX o'clock a.m., The Wbole of the Well Assorted anA Suitable STOCK, Consisting Op - GROCERIES DRAPERY CLOTilINQ BOOTS AND SHOES, &a, 4c. . Alio, the Commodious STORE & DWELLING ! | Of Galvanised Iron and Pine. This STOCK has been specially chosen for the requirements of the locality, and is quite New and Fresh. TERMS-OASII. W. H. BURROWES & CO., 285 Auctiooeer, &o. Jei^l«y l Jewellery! Jewellery1 I MR. J, A, DINTE, Dhile and Son, Queen SHsbonsJ, Will vMt Warwick for a few daya from the i6th ii>|t.; .with a Splendid Assort* meatpf i . Qijtf hhd Situer Jewellery. ^UflPEOTION INVITED. All Repairs carefully and speedily at tended to. 273 Temperance Boarding House, Warwiek. (Opposite the Queensland National Bank.) ...

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 11. (Before the Police Magistrate and W[?]. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

Warwick Police Court. Tukbday, Maucji II. (Before the Polico Magistrate and Win. Thoinp&on, Esq., J.P.) BREACH OP thk MARSUPIAL ACT.-Twenty eases under the this Act wore (settled out of Court. In the case of the Board v. James Murray, the plaintiffs withdrew the COBC, and were ordered to pay costs amounting to X2 18s. The cases against Michjjel Krawlcy and J. P O'Dempsey were adjourned for a week. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. (Before the Police Magistrate and "Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) LARCENY.-You Young was brought up, on remand from Toowoomba, charged with hav- ing, on March 4th last, stolen one £5-note, fifteen £1-notes, certain silver coins of the realm, two gold rings, and one gold Albert, the property of William Ah Gin, storekeeper, of Warwick. The first witness called was James M'Grath, the detective constable at Toowoomba, who had already given evidence before the Police Magistrate at the first hear- ing of the case at Toowoomba, which simply referred to the apprehension of ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 March 1880

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. THE "WARWICK ARGUS" is now printed and published in these new commodious   premises in Palmerin-street, directly op- posite the Town Hall, where all orders and communications are requested to be sent --in future. ARTHUR MORGAN.     September 27, 1879. MARRIAGE. MACANSH--GORE.--On the 9th March, at St. John's Church, Brisbane, by the Rev. D. A. Court, assisted by the Rev. John Sutton, J. D, Macansh, junr., of Canning Downs, to Louisa Isabel, youngest daughter of the late St. George Richard Gore, of Lynd- hurst. DEATH. ROSS.--At Bayoondah Station, Upper Dawson, on the 3rd inst., Hugh, youngest son of the late Captain Ewen Ross, 92nd (Gordon) Highlanders, of Fort Augustus, N. B.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 15. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Warwick Police Court. Mondat, MARCH 16. (Before tho Police Magistrate and Win. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) Bbeach OP THE DIKTILLEHIES ACT.-David Waucfv, of Lower Swan Creek, appeared be fore the Court to answer the folloniag infor mation :-Be it remembered that on the 17th dayof March, in the year of our Lord, 1880, St. Georgo Balph Gore, Chief Inspector of Distilleries, gives me, George P. At. Murray, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, to understand and be informed that JDavid AT ouch, of the Joh&nnisberg Yiueytud, in the Police District of Warwick, on the 27th day of February, in the year of our Lord 1880, unlawfully bad in his poBsesBion, at the Vineyard aforesaid, a still for distilling spirits in the said colony, without first having ob tained a license for keeping and using tbe suine from the Colonial Secretary of the said colony, contrary to the form of the Act in that case made and provided, whereby the said David Mauch hath forfeited the sum of five hundred...

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The Re-Introduction of Kanakas into the Interior. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

The Ee-latroduotion of into th« Interiftr. Mr. M'Ilwbaith's Government have, by the evident favor with which they view the Kanaka labor traffic, earned well-merited rebuke from many a hitherto faithful adherent to their general policy. By their action in rescinding the regulations of the Douglas Government, for the restric tion of colored labor to within a certain fixed distance of the coast, Ministers have displayed to public view more of the cloven foot of genuine squatting sympathies than has been revealed bv any other single act since they took ofice. It is hardly probable that the Gorernment anticipated bringing such a hornet's nest about their ears as they have done; had they foreseen this they would doubtless have paused before they surreptitiously removed a regula tion which had bees found to work to the satisfaction of the' great bulk of the taxpayers of the colony. However, the dio has been east, and they must now abide the consequences-which there are reasons for believin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Budget. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

The Budget. LONDON, March IX. I In the Budget speech, in tho House of Commons, to-doy, Sir Stafford Northcote stated that tho expenditure of the past year had exceeded the revenue by £3,350,000. The revenue for the ensuing year was estimated at £81,500,000, ana the expenditure £81,485,000. NO increase in taxation is fro posed.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE,] Manifesto of the Opposition. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [oua SPECIAL MESSAGE,] Manifesto of the Opposition LONDON, March 11. The Marquis of Hartington has delivered an address, in which he traverses the entire Government policy. Ho denies the existence of the party tvho, as Lord Beoconefleld hint*?, are desirous of enfeebling the colonies hy a policy of disintegration. None* he says, ore more loyal or more trilling to undertake the burdens of the empire than the Liberal Party, and it is due to Liberal statesmen that the colonies have leamt that entire dependence upon Imperial assistance for protection and dofeneo Are not compatible with their dignity or freedom.

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Seditious Speeches in California. SAN FRANCISCO, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Seditious Speeches In California SAN FBANCISCO, March 11. The speeches lately delivered by Mr.; Kearney, loader of the working mntfe party in San Francisco, are causing eoine concern to the authorities, n* being calculated to bring about disturbances in cpmqquenua of their ovciting and inflammatory character. Some of hSs spoechep jokt delivered went to each loagthfl that the police Wrested him . for uttering seditious language. Later infor mation is to the effect tbiit Mr. Kearney lias been released on bail

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Sir Stafford Northcote in the Government Policy. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Sir Stafford Northcote in the Govern ment Policy. LONDON, March 11* J 8ir"Stafif rd Nortticolo, Chancellor of the' Exchequer, in hit oddroM toliu con»titnenfB emphatically proclaim the determination of the Goyernment-io strengthen and defend the Colonial Empire.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Brisbane {PBOU ODE OWN COBRKBrONDENT.] March 16. It lias beendecided to postpone the flouting of tlio Neir Queensland Loan until April It is thought that the exoitamont of a general election may have & prejudicial offeet. The aboriginal desperado Johnny Camp bell, was captured at Tewantin to-day. Tho Courier's special meBsago R rates that the Wool Sales closed on Afarch 12, and the tone of the market was firm to the close. The rise was chiefly in combing and crossbreds. There is nothing standing over, and the new series commences on April 20.

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Expected Government Majority. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Expected Government Majority. LONDON, March 11. . j Tho Government expect that alter the general elections they will retarn to the House with a majority of twenty or thirty.

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Declaration by Earl Derby. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Declaration by Earl Derby. LONDON, March li. I Earl Derby has addressed a letter to Earl SeftoH, declaring formally hie definite adhe sion to the Libora! Party.

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Mr. Gladstone's Address. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Mr- Gladstone's Address I London, March 12. Mr.. Gladstone's address container ;ap,| embittered indictment of every branch of tbc j Government policy. |

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Mail Arrangements, Court Sittings, &c. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

Mail AjTangemonts, Court Sittings, &c AIUUVA£ AVD DEPAETDRB OF MAIIA AAAIVIIA: From) Ipswich,-Stoowoamba, Gambooya, Clifton, ,Hendon, Allora, and T. P. O,, dally, (Sundays oxoopted)> at 4*46 p.m., also, iiom Brisbane, Ipswich, and TOomobtnfas On TuofcLays and Saturdays, at 11'55 n-m., and faxg Tuofc'oomba, on Thursday* at 10-35 p.m. From Tonterileld, Maryland, and New South Wales iPnenlly (overland), dally (Sundays and Thursdays ex* cepted), ac 7 p.m. From 8tanthorpc, Cherry Gully, and Gap, dally (Sundays excepted), at 7 p.m.; from Tunnel Camp and Etaht-mUo Crook, on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 7 p.ui.; ana from the Thirteen-mile Camp, on Saturdays, IV From Leybum, rratten, Darkey Flat, South Tool* barra. and Sandy Creek, evory Saturday, at 1*30 p.m. ; also, from Lay bum vcACuutooyo, on Wednesdays and l^urtayvat 4*44 Tun.' From Upper ana Lower Swan and Freestone Crooks, Emu Vale, Farm Creek, KiUarncy, and Lucky Valley, on Monday* aatTbtutdays. at 6*Sd.h.m. From Northern Port...

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The Warwick Argns. [PULISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, MARCH 16,1880. Home Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

.toJott y.nwinv.imrv.-.o,<. [_PtIBMflHEp Ty?j[p(S iA.; WBEK.] WABWIck i^rt^Stfjf. kABCglo, 1880. Yi i. if'Hwie AfliiirB. AB JV£ predicted in our last issue, both Mr..,'&LiDBT0HB and the Marquis of HAMIWOTOK have addressed themselves in tjjeltfbem] interests, to the British natidnThe.Watquia in his counter maiyfpijw^plying to. lord BBAOORB niU) tderiiies tfeeeiistetico of the party hinted at in the Premier's address, who are d|«iroii<,e£ enfpebliug the -colonies by a'polifey or disintegration. We are really at a loss at this moment to detect the motives which induce such a pater nal &msid6*Atl6n towards the colonies on the part of the Conservative leaders. Sir Stimrd&D NoETHooTEj in an ad dress, Devonshire constituents, empMucuty {proclaims the determina tion of the Government to btrengthen and defefiJithtfOolooial Empire. This is all1 «xtremely generous in its way, and we must view with suspicion the Beeming'pMifcinence given to this Ool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

XOTIOZ or HBtOVAL. rriHK " WABWIOK AJtOUB" U BOW printed ?»- >ad»iiMMi»aintl)n- mwroenmeaioua nrmnlMj la MmerUMtreet, dlreotly op poHte tin Town Ball, wfcsre all orders ->t*w fnium -I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

jjeiairi $ERVANT|; TT ArltbiorfefprBnca.. ,Apply Mrh. J, Wiuw, Polioe Barrack. 283 "IT^ANtffeDtOt* feownthitthe CHEAP TV MEAT COMPANY'SSHOP isalmost the only one in AtttSlfil'Wliere JOINTS of PfilMB at.lld jfflATSDEB . . BON'S BAKlSflh-POWDEE and atwrmMmUVI ' tVAStllKQ OBYKTAt,. Bold by all Grooen, and-Wholeiale by F. BAKDialSc TtelVin . GW»«-W»d, Brubane. ? I " 974 »o»»gv ? m^QP'tlipol Banks will be CIX)SED To A monSw (WEDNESDAY,) tbe ltth Inst, being aJ*g«lB»akrH^day, 284 rr ."-.nniMriS'jwimtili LOST, a BAYHAKE, ibwoded Df?8 off shoulder, off hlrl dofrtURoman nose; lasteeen neM.§traUi loolbirtTa. The above Beward wflt be paid on delireiy to Akdmw Oimnra.Wtfifuk. , 870 1 QAtmoy. PERBON8 arefcerwbf ? ibauiioned againat BOB6ES handed P2M{n)m Jny.tim ITwmMM'JJamsra, he baritlginfliwrtli^ty .to tSffl : and any IlBtaaliMideiiiR «4)J, t^ed for Uu reooveiy of tbe atme. 168 ! RATBICK,^NAMABA. IioM ifolih 'Bwunp 8t»te School N&HCM U hinfy tfren .that V JPubiio MeetlnirwUI be held *t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 March 1880

" Caetl Mine Failthc." ATHLETIC SPORTS, RACES, BAN QUET, Aim BALL. CyPQRTS in houor of St Patrick's Day K^ivill'be held on tho Warwick Race Course on ^TISBNESDAT, March 17,1880. Jddqes: His Worship the Mayor, J. Ilorwitz, Esrj., ;"M.L;A., J. C.'Byan, Esq., J.P., J. A. Canny, Esq, M. O'SulIivan, Esq., and P. Biggins, Esq. ? SlOBBTABY AND THEASUIIHE : Fras. B. Woods, Esq. STSJWU1M: I Messrs, J. Hoaly, C. Baker. P. Connolly, M. M'DonfJa, 1*. Hartigan, M. Quigluy, J/BeUon/toiG. Pigott. PROGRAMME » (To Commenco at 11 o'clock a.ru.) Op^nlflg-Band playing " St. Patrick's Day.'.1, li' Hurlinfr Match.-Prize, £10; for all comers.1 OaptGlxiB-MoearB,' j, lidion and P. ComMUjrJ'"-!'"" !...!. ..'.'> ? 2. Irish Jlgli-lit prlBo. jel Is; second, 10B 6s. 8. Highland Fling (to bo dancod in High landi(Goafiinio)it-lst prise, £1 Is; second, UMMv Jr.- -A ? i ' ^uvBUlorrf" H6rnI>Ipe-^ltt priee, UBrlsj sooond,Wsifldii ».: »Baoe.-1st' prise, :42 2s; second,10s 6d'i'i" .'???'.j.. Vit.:w ? 6. Standing L...

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