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St. Patrick's Day Festivities. ATHLETIC SPORTS AND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

fit. Patrick's Day Festivities. ATHLETIC SPORTS AND EACES. THESE are fow occasions during the year when public enthusiasm is awakened to such a degree as upon tbe celebration of St. Pa trick^ Day. Wo find the anniversary of Dor Majesty's birthday, ns also that of the Prince of Wales, well obseryed through out the colonics. So far os loyalty is con cerned, no section of Her Majesty's domi nions could evince more warmth of filial obe dience and love to the glorious bearer of the British Crown than ib to bo found in Queens land. St. Patrick's Day passed off with out the slightest hitch. There were no par ticulai' personalities indulged in, uud tlui day wont off destitute of any of those references which would be likely to mar against the legitimate observance of the " raal St. Pa trick's Day." Every kind of enjoyment cal culated to awakcu friendly emulation was enoouragod in the form of sportivo competi tion, for the most enticing prizes were brandished before the competitive public, ....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

"Sydney. [FBOK OUE OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 19. A depth* bt IfJOOfeet has been readied by Diamond. Dc^l bprfng (pr coal in Moore Park. Contiwmnl^jgbAnpta'Of oily liquid, re , 'iJi r the GovecnmentofNewSmtii Wales, the In»\ perial Government baa instructed the Britieh . . Ambawador at Paris, to urge the French Government to prohibit oasiataxioe being < given to liberated convict^ emigrating from New Caledonia to Australia.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Pope and the Bishops. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

.JO YJ3U1A/ riillliJ i The Pope and the Bishops. LOKDON, March. 17. I The Pope has blamed the Boman Catholic

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Jesuits. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

"the Jesuits. tiOKDOK, March 17. I The French Miniatry propose Ihe enforce -Jawrfggtfeab the Jesuita, In oooaeqaenae of the rejection by the Senate, of clause 7 of M. Forty's Education Bill pro hibiting Jeiuibs from importing education.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Robbery of £75,000 worth of Diamonds. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

Robbery of £75,000 worth of Diamonds. LONDON, March 17. An extensive roWbory baa taken place at Ca|»etownf £76000 worth of diamonds having been stolen from the Post Office there.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The New Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

The New 3/ird: Ijferitenaat of Ireland. LONDON, March 17. I It u rumored that the Duke of Cotra&ught; vQlfte W .Marlborough as i Lord Lieatenant of Ireland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 March 1880

MONDAY, APRIL 6. Extensive and Perfectly Uurosonrod Sale by Auction of tbo Valuable Agriculture and Mineral FREEHOLD PROPERTY KNOWN AS TUB Mount Mar/ay Tin Mining Com pany Limited, CONTAINING IOBO ACRES, Subdivided into 67 Allotments, each varying is area from S Acres to 00 AcroB, Buitablo for Villa Sites and Farmers, and having ooeess to Kettle Swamp Creek, which contains a Good Supply of Fresh Water. This Estate lies within Ore minutes' walk of tho Towaebip of Stanthorpe, And close to the Railway Terminus. To be sold by Order of W. H. Snellino, ESQ., Liquidator of. the Mount Marlay Tin Mining Company, Limited. The Extensive SMELTING WORKS, com plete, with Two Smelting Furnaces, Sheds, and all the Applicances necoBsaiy to carry . on Tin Smelting:, etapds on Lot 46, whiqn contains 33 Acres 2 Roods. Lot 33, con taining UApreu 1 Bbod, known as the "CHINAMAN'S GARDEN,"is inahigh state of Cultivation. Jo ^peculators' Market Gardeners, W»»jl Fatmere, find <ientlemcn requiring ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

IXTRNTED ft Firtt-Clana LAUNDRESS Ti ami HOUSEMAID at once. Good wage*/ Apply at the Cosmopolitan IfoW S03 TTJ7VANTED to be known that tho CHEAP - ** MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP ie almost the bn]y-onein Australia where JOINTS of BEEP can be purchaaed at lid per ' /mjt7<AKT£D Housekeepers to try SANDER »» .SON'S BAKING POWD15I1 and KANDliRSON'ci WASHING CRY.ST Ah. Sold by all Groocrs, mid Wholesale by F. SANDEKBON, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane. 074 rs'DEKS are invit«l for PAJNTING and. VAHN18H11JG the Boom of . AGE at Cunning. Downs Farm. For parfioulare fipp'y to Mr. OWEN GARRETT, at the Farm. 301 . Biutk Notice T, S^TtJinUT, and MONDAY XT,, March .26th, 27th, and 20th, heglH Holidays, the O^nka will be '.i ?. Oautlon. ?' .-'.A'IiL 'Stock found TRESPASSING after . i -OL. March,31 oq my I<Hod at Long swamp ' (Souta Caun,lpg ppwfiB)|M'Coniicir» Crossing, or Killaftiey, ijill he jimpotmded without -EesJi^'tb.jWne'rth'p. j t.hjowell. cMwwiitMfc..», m > >undpr»igned,, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Royalty at the Melbourne Exhibition. (From the British Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Eoyalty at (he (From (he British Afail.) . T?1 Australian colonists at the beginning of thuyoar wore , visited for the fiwtSme by the wave of depression which bis ttbne the circuit of the world, but they ftppe&rto be al ready recovering from it, there were for a time reports of want, of employment whieh no doubt bad some foundation, but the ex tent of the 'etackness muBt have been ex aggerated by interested political partisans Jortbo reports have not bean sustained, and the usual amount of progress has been realised the population having increased by its ord inary annual increment of a hundred thou sand. The great exhibition at Sydney has ? oo»u a decided success,«nd the amuMieoeats in progress in Victoria afford reason for the expectation that the exhibition of 188a in the inoro populous colony, wifi 4>e(eken more gratifying. It is confidently expected that .f. f nacc of. Wales will be a. viaitotvand it will be probably arranged that the Sauhan. fee. With his eonBon boar...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warwick-Police Court: MONDAY, MARCH 22. (Before the Police Magistrate and W.Thompson, Esq., J.p.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

, Warwick-Police Court; ?? Mourfr, MinoH BiT . -i (^ofore.tb^Police Magistrate andW, Thomp ." DBUNKUffRBsa.-»Fowler alia* Han sen, appeared in custody, charged with thife offence. The police havinp reported that the prisoner "had misconducted himself in the lockup, ^le was ordered to pay a fine of £2j or to be. imprisoned for forty-eight hours. Wages CARES.-The following wages cases were set down for hearingMichael Dono ^Jiue.v. Francis Hoolier, £f> 7d. 7d ; James Cunnivghp-m > vf Franois . Hooker and L. O'Neill, £ll 4s. Gd ; N. Lonergan v. same, .£10 7s. 4d ; Michael Quinlan v. sauif, £11 |.0e; Daniel Price, v. same, £7 4s; III Brady v. Eauic, £9 9*. 3d; T. Lane, v. s;nue, ,£11 lU.Cd; Jfthn Welsh v. same.-£9 5s. Gd ; Wnd Michael Dbherty v. F. Ho'okeK ill 10s. lOd. The defendants are sub-cont. actors working on the Stanlhorpe railway oxton $ion,. Azp} 'tbe .-ploijifciffs JaboMra, -in* Tlieir employ; The plaintiffs defended the second* case, but thfc Wench afeAfrling the auioun...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for and opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] Police v. John Bamburry. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will noi be responsible for and opinions or vieics expressed b\i correspon dents, and Ti'tll always rejeel personal com munications unless on suljccts of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] Police v* John Bamliurry. TO THE EDITOR OP THE WARWICK AIWUS. Silt,-I sue by your law reports that a John Bamburry was recently churned at the War wick Police Court with diunkunueBS and disorderly conduct. Kindly allow me spaco in your columns to say that I was not the offender; nor was I awaro that there was anothor'perfiou of my name ill the district. By giving publicity to this in an early issue you will oblige. Yours, &c., JOHN BAMBUllIiY. Lucky Valley. March 10.

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Floating Australian Loans. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Floating Australian Loans. " Anplo-Australian" in the European Mail of »!itiiiinry 10 writes:-The win? has antici pated llii? iuiwspapers c,,i the subject of tho ivvcnue returns of most of the Australinn colonies. Without going iiito figures, the Rtatements rendered show that Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, and Qficertt*. land lmvo boon going back, and that the rev on i m for each colony is considerably Ices for the quarter ended December 31 than it was at the same period in 1878. Prima facie this looks bud, and those not acquainted with the incidence of colonial tuxntiou might argue that the Australian colonicR are retrograding rather tUau advancing. Under these cit cumsUinci^, therefore, the nisdom grdphiug' bach statements without explain ing the attendant circumstances may be questioned. New South Wales, for instunce, ie reported to have sustained a decrease of £202,000 on the quarter-cjn/O, according to some very unkind people, and the "boars" of the Stock Exchange,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Bilfibone. .[FROM OUB OWN COEUEBrONDBNT.] March'] 9. Taie morning Hie Excellency, Sir Arthur 'Kennedy, and Miss Kennedy toek the'"* de parture from the Queen's Wharf, by the Government Bteamer Kate, cn route for £urope, purposing to join the andA-K.M. Co.'s eteameiy Nortnatiby, fn'the Ba# by which vessel thoy would proceed to Sydney. Comparatively few persons assembled to witness the departure of the Vice-llegal party, and, with the exception of a few personal friends and acquaintances, the majority of the spectators appeared to be strangers to town, to whom the affair proved a welcome means of filling up an idle hour. The Governor and paiiy, arrived from Government Bouse at a little after ten, escorted by a detachment of mounted police, and woro received at the Wharf by a guard of honor furnished by the 1st Qaeenslanders, under the command Captain M'Farlau". The guard was numerically Bma11, and for Bome reason or other the band, ns also a large jjumbor of the 140 mon under Brigade ...

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Some Facts About Wells. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

|"l jBoine Tacts About' WeJlB. [COHMDNICATED.] We received two days ago tho following facts for publication respecting tho antece dents of the convict Wells. Wo declined, however, to give thorn publicity at a time when efforts were being put forth for the un happy man's reprieve, Tost it might compro mise his case. But OH stern law has now taken its course there can bo nA possible harm in letting them go forth to the public, aS'thoy pome from a most trustworthy source, and verify the mysterious words of the Go vernor to the effect that " there had been a great deal of wild writing and talking on the part of the people, wlwelther .Urilfi/Uy with held all the bets of this case, or were ignor kilt <tf thorn.""' :8ir Arthur 'Kennedy; Was in dupgl to make these observations, we opine, from the mistaken points advanced in the ptiwnei's fww fry-wne-of-tha-roeakew-M-to his youth . pcerigu? .good character. WOUb was'Cerhiinly not antnd man, but an the score of youth he may bo supp...

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Melbourne. [FROM OUB OWN COEBESPOKMKT. j Marcli 22. There was a heavy duBt storm here on Saturday which was ancoeeded by cop'ons rain, which appeared to extend throughout the country. Two men named Hawkins aud Curroway were drowned in Oorio Bay whilst fialiing in consequence of the bout capsizing during the storm.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Serious Rising Smyrna. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. tOPK SEfcCliL MESjU<3£:J . Serious Rising in Srnym-, . . CONSTANTINOPLE. MlU'cll 18. ' Tirn widospimd diatre£H no\7 prevailing- in Turkey bos culminated in a serious rising of the people in Smyrna. The European Consuls , consider the slhi^ttffD j^Kuve that they have I summoned.of the Meditor | mncan to W^>od6licti ha6 taken. I place at present;'-tat ptecsutiouary measures |dt«(tahig«fdoptedj*. * ;» r'\ \ ??; v

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Sydney. [KilOM OUE OWN OOUKlISrONDENT.] Triekctt bus received a reply from Hanlun, in referenco to tbo proposal to row, him on London waters, and be simply Bays bo cau not: A fu'l court has refused a trial in tlia ease of Shepherd v. Dibbs. . The (jam blors nrrestod yestorday, have been brought up to-day, when several of them inclif&ug Kolly and Jirowa. of the Mammoth Mihstrols were fined forty1 shillings and costs, and home others wore remanded.

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Author of the late Attempt on the Life of the Czar. LONDON, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

- >^ut^or;pf the lilfe of the Cfcar. ; en the LONDON. MARCH 18. .1 "Halfinann, litely flep'orWd to England by, France, confesaoH to being the principal author of the attempt on the life of the Cear at the Winter M16cd.r . "Hartinftnh.' ia going to America.

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THE REVIVAL OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

THE M3V1VA.L OF TRADE. Doubts have long been entertained whether the recent revival of trade in tuc country was more than u temporary "spurt," due to the sudden influx of a nutnbor of orders from abroad. The question is one of such vital im portanee the Kmpire, whether in iia home centre or in its remotest parts, thai it is satis factory to leant that- the improvement seems substantial, and ought. to be continuous. In nil parts of tin* kingdom, but o.specijilly in the north, great bustle and nclivity prevail, mid worliR long Rili^nt and seemingly dfsoi't-'nl tire once more in full blaM. The forges «f Mid dlchbro\ the hUmiu hummcra of b.uliiiglou, the chemical factories which m.jrtfhi Ihe Ty/ie from Noweafille to Shields, all these are now u« busy as of yore. The traveller thol'Ugh the Black Cov 11 try iud aloi 3 tl.e !. ie of the Midland will, if he journey by night, be unco more dazzled by the tfla.'J a thousand luti)aces belching forth flamoft noil lurid smoke, and reminded poetib...

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Leedle Yawcob Strauas. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

, Lftftdla Ytwreofr {Stomas. ' ^5t gomusehat to 'mine tmw; loftot Butvotbffdot? bo vu nine bod. V Mlneleedle Yawoob StrkUM. Heget der meaelM und der mumbi, Und etayllngjdot'a oudt; HeeWllinilDe rtmol lipr bier, Foots achnutf tndo mine kruut. Be fllli mine pipe mit LimbWE chteee, Ztotn^ttrnqglHCduiiH: Td dike dot vrom no Oder poy Bat IndUe Yawoob Btnuss. ' ? He tUfae der mllk-ban lor a dhrum, 7" Und cuts mine cmne in dwo, To make der achtickl to beat it mit, Mine snotoiu, dot voe dnio I I dinki mine bed vm echplit abart, llo kicki oup eooch a touee: Bntuerar mind; der poya vm tow ' Like dot young YawcobBtrauM. He ula me queationi aooch a* dcee: Who balnU tnlne note eo rod T Who vu It eate dot echmoodth pUoo oudt Tram dot hair ubon mini bed T Uadvhen der plaae goes vrom der lamp Veoe'erdergtlml done. Hew can I all do* dings ejyiblaln tTodotachmall Yawoob ataman 1 1 wmedlmee dink I echal] go vild Hit aooch a gnzjr poy, Und vlah vonoe more 1 gould hall net, ' Und beantul dlmee eraboy; B...

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