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Banouet to the hon.T.M'llwraith. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Ztannuet to thd hon. T. I 7:'11.1 lL6hdon.' Marct 18. 1 The Atfcnt$-.(£QQtrftl o£ the various colonics, togother -witi pUier leading colonists now in ;2jS- gland, will linfcerlain the Preniicrof Queens land at a dinner on the 7th of April.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the European Mail.) THE WAR CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the European Mail.) THE WAR CLOUD. Somb of the French and Russian papers have already asked welhor the additions ' . tbe German army are to be used against France or Russia nnd a further element of uneasiness is imparted to the situation by the rumor of negotations between Berlin and tho Vatican, Ties© are interpreted in boido quarters as a sign that Germany is nob favorably disposed at the present, moment to Italy. and there is a wild and preposterous notion afloat, that, amid the European confusion, the Pope may have a chance of 'again oowing by his own, and that the Temporal power may be restored. Germany and Austria, it must be remembered, are dose allies, and tbe attitude of Ituly towards Austria, at the present moment, is extremely threatening. Supposing Germany and Austria were engaged in hostilities with Russia, it is almost certain that Italy would institute milrtwy operations for the possession of Trieste. These operations mny indeed take placo much ca...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hr. King's Coming Address. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Hr. mug's doming Address. Thk Toowoomba Chronicle of Saturday affords a truly affeoting illustration of a Daniel come to judgment-yea, (a Daniel I The OKttmieU is seriously alarmed at our or ticlo oa Mr. King and bis coming address to his oonatituenta, accusing the non. gentle man of vacillation, tergiversation and other heinous arimeB, while we are charged with doing tlio apologetic, by anticipation in bis defence. Mr. King is said to be bringing forward protection to divert his constituents from his post sympathy with the Squatting party, but the Chronicle warns him solemnly that he will have to explain the actions of the past two sessions and that nothing less will satisfy hiB constituents. We might ear in reply to this that if the electors of Mary borough are as easily satisfied, and as little fastidious about the doings of their represen tative, as the electors of Toowoomba,'. Mr. King will have but very littlo difficulty in satisfying them with his career as a politician. Ther...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Brisbane [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] EXECUTION OF WELLS. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

7' J iir'.-ojcBMabiie.V :i.f j [FEOM ODBCJVIi teoEttlSSPONDENT.] EXECUTIONOF WELLS. . ., ? , . . . , March 22. Wells' vn executed this morning. The convict has.boon attended throughout by. the $aycL Fattier Fotitiey, who accompanied him to'tVe^atTold, Th6 prisoner'shewed scar cely imy signs of agitation, dod death was Apparently inEfcan?an66us. ,t -March 22. At the Criminal sittings in the Supreme Court to-day, before Mr. Justice Lutwyche, Thomas Carey afctaa^om the Devil, was found j^udty of horse stealing from Taringa, and sentence was deferred. James and John O'Byrne, charg«l;with beating and wound ing were put on their trial, but tho cose had sotichacluded'whbn tiieCtourfc rose. In the Supreme Court the caso of the Bank of Now South Wales against W. T. Perkins, late of the White Horse Hotel, Toowoomba, i> recover the sum of £2»25G a1?eged to be due Under a bill 6f mortgage has been partly heard to-day.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

Commercial. p--ThbriJout'&r of Saturday has P»duo« market dur market hJ^beon well supplied with all kinds of Acoduca, and further shipments of new njaizeTronpaanda berr have been equal to demand." "Wtiblesalo dealers furnish the following quotations: Maize, 2s.2d. to 2s. 3d. tor good quality; oaten hay, best, £4 to £410s.; lucerne, £210 ?. to £8 j lucerne chaff, £3 to £4 ; mixed chaff, £3 10s. to £4; Adelaide bran, £6 10B. to £7; seed oats, 3s. Bd. to 4s.; feed oats, 3b. Gd. to -a« Mi )harlsyi 8s. to»«.^dr;ytatoeg, 0610sr> onions (loesl), £S to £510a.; imported, *M0a. i Jpeal, butter, . Qd. . to Ai.. (fornjars' prffce^ i WocScttgflugt iraititer, *10d.: to 184.; eggs, 8d. to JOd.,' Sydney bacon, 04d.; cola nial hams. _124,.b> ISd^j English hainn., lOd.; - colonial cbeese, 8d. j imported cheese, lOd. to 18d- C IS If- r..\ .. k'

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTOBN£r,sou:orroB, & prootor, PAMraBIH-«TBBKT, WABWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE-# GIBSON GAEPENTeBS, BUILDERS, & General CONTRACTORS, Guy-strkkt, WARWICK. 768 [a CARD.] ,w.. gaISFORD, . - f^^llCfr^KTKff^^, Wabwiok. ^'^i|«^^^&^ABb;l(or d.s Supply of PIKE. : HABDWOOD, of ail napa, at lowest rates. 8S6 .«" ?!!.... ' |CABD.J !^BiWb^!W3®.KY. Oon hnm^n-CA^mm, WARWICK. : y.-v. - : ? '. y6 i . ' : :.??"? .. {A OMID.1 ' ' f.iT\ - P A^XkM E RO , ;'<Nttlfi1-dK&. to tPOtrmhH;'* Railway Betel), I.i'-i.v'"OeiMmtniv Wabwiuk ? ?' muk.tf «U descriptions »t. j^^^tojiro^^yjrtBio^iwtepripei, CM tMeIIOYAL HOTEL, - >>1 l^'iPftUttniHiMIURiy WABWICK. j «p. liiETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, pRIVATESitting BOOMS for FAMILIEBi ' *? A. FIR8T-CLA#S TABLE. B**t Wines and; Spirits only kept, Goqd Stabuho. . "j. T. LETHBRIDOB, ROT4JV HOTEL, Center of Palmerin and Grafton-streete. 6B80 '? "?IMt VmUrM1 HtwrfeS Hold in Warwick." THE COSMOPOLITAN, PAUqUUN...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY MARCH 23, 1880. Depature of the Governor. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

[PUBLISHED TWICB A. ^BK:.] ? 1..,.!. -| - WABWIdKi *UB6I>AY VOSJfSB S3, 1880. 7 u 1 '? r.IVRM ? '.-RRR^RF Dopaiitertf EF<thb:06veniot'. THE departure^/'Hi« ? fBifcelleifcsy the Governor to Great" an 'Fridi afMittba(r^ltfeM,«S'With:'da6%cfo;t aU< though Sir Arfhtilrir£iiW(ti>t"expresB< c| a desire that hf^jgight be allowed o depart without the slightest outward dispiaj^^'i'tgrtiap# ^wlthStt'the" History of this colony lHi ikfttiifcitS,iIl6'd Jh|i Vice;j Regal chair with leB^ '^(Wteptetioii, but', more careful application #> jtft$pistri tire duties, thuu (JoverporJ Xp^nedt. Sir Arthur, it,,-^\^;,^,,tfttwnbered,'; came amongst .uft,,a|j£«t itfcMeri yeafs since from Hong-),J£ong» .(thereby ei-', changing a position of'comparative ail-, tocrasv. for one which nominally cotj-.; ceded all the absolute authority of a ruler, but atxthSHSMne momeut req-j dered his actions m^bBej-viont to the'' counAeNA&U^tiUl consu lted Minisfr^. ^0ne,$elf-wil...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

NOTICE OTREMOVAL. rrm!« WAHWItns ARGUS" 1« now frlntcd -1- and pnblUhod Is thoso new ooifeiiodloui premise* In Pulmorin-etreet, directly op _ A*TH0RMOB<J AN, September.$7,JS79. M .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 March 1880

NEW WINTER GOODS. BEOWIT a "WILS02ST HAVE much pleasure in Announcing to their numerous CuBloiner», and the Public generally, that tliey have now completed their arrangements for the Wxntbb TRADE ; and, having bought very largely and well, they are now in a position to pleaso the most fastidiouB and exacting. B. & W. beg to draw the attention of the Public Specially to the fact, that although GPOODS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION SAVE GONE VP VERT CONSIDERABLY IN THE HOME MARKETS, THEY HAVE PURCHASED EVERY EINE AT ANJ> EVEN UNDER THE OLD PRICES ! And are determined to give their Patrons the full benefit of this, having MARKED OFF EVERYTHING AT THE VERY mew. Subjoined is a List of the Leading Lines, and B. &W. still adhere to their usual Custom of QUOTING NO PRICES, the practice being often misleading, and almost always unsatisfactory; but thoy res pectfully, yet confidently, ask the People to INSPECT AND JUDGE UNBIASEDLY. Everything being marked in plain figures, and no sec...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Warwick Land Court. THE usual monthly Land Court was bald lost Tuesday, March 23, before Mr. Com missioner Hume, when the following applica tion were dealt with HOMESTEADS. M. Maloney, 30a., Goomburra-Accepted. A. Hoffman, 160a., Canning Downs Ac cepted. N. Lonerv&n, 160x., Canning Downs.-Ac cepted. James Harper, 80a., Spring Creek,-Accepted. M. Sweeney, 80a.. Lucky Valley.-Accepted. J. J. Hoffman, 160a., Canning Downs.-Ac cepted. CONDITIONAL PUIICHA8E8. D. Noylan, 40a., Allora. Carl Larsen, 200a., Bobinson. lUsmus Petersen, 100a., Emu Tale. CKUTOTCATE8. The following certificates of iulfijmqntof conditions we're" granted, subject to the bailiff's report: James Kemp, 220a, Bobinson. Jeremiah Hurley, 640a., Lueky Valley. John C-avanagh, 150a., Freestono Creek. J. llardwiuk, 320a., Goomburra. J. Hardwick, 83a., Gboraburra. POLITICAL RUMOURS.-The following is from the Daily Observer, and may be accepted as the sort of rumoutslhat havf, bee4, freely' whispered' throughout Brisba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

LADIES' WAREHOUSE PALUERlN-STREET. *IaWnEWEST and mnt FASBIO wflLABLE BUMMER DEAPEB7 Immensely Reduced Prices, ;V llOByrrTHE TIMES. .vljJIJfifl biltSw.-- I !".' Hnii| been littdjr UIrak,1 qnkntity of and othar GOODS, r illilW ' gEtmprs «i ,/xll lioi « ,anT ' mni-mA - j #1; :... BEMjAfiP^ CgEAP JXJ83T3HCMPCKCNEI3 f, -am*! ?.i .lifirn.-i-iiA 7- "Jr' ". .1 :/f. ib7/ ti i'nrrf - .... /. A LARGE^BIOTX OP. . 7 .ijiv « /::. i ino^xi sst Jv vii-rtj-JHi ii'ifa ~i <i iJiv ty.w wjv-.lt.Jw> ;.uiviyww»n «*., ..snwf :n i J"- ;r".,»7 ' . ;« ? .oijnijjiiin'.yi <*.Mr -»«UMatofc*ud*** lad Vwn -i'.: ?, i-,.r J . ^ <_L ' oil J Qatar folSTO. n! <nuii iv." C2 1*89 fcoKii.j osl* '?'.! '<. :n - i ur> s i. fcnHklglty«' " ' :l ; ! 4t*C*S 4°; MnoptiiiHfeo 'xaanagH o r 9 UDOnuaoK Price Ploughs. PLOUGHS, Hone Hoes, HUTOW«, fto., Corn-Shellers, Cbaff-Cutters, Corn Flutters, Com-Craokers, Seed brills, Digging Forks, Spades, and every description of Farm...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE. Affairs in Afghanistan—Success of' Friendly Tribes. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE. Affairs in Afghanistan-Success of' Friendly Tribes. LOND jx, Mj.rcli 22. TUB friendly tribes of the llazaras captured four forte belonging to the enemy on the 10th instant, after an encounter with Gbuzni Khan.

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Lecture. Oh Wednesday evening tin Reverend Alexander D indie coram ?ncod a series of1 ectures nt th"? Presbyterian Church, beirmsr 0*1 Hebrew areb&ology. Commencing , hie address the lecturer remarked that in tli" proper sense the word archeology was the knowledge or study or antiquity or an account of whatever in ancient times was worthy of our noLice, In its more restricted sens* it cultivated the collective information which related,!*} the antiquities-that was, the manners and customs, opinions, practices, and I institutions* which existed in former times. It was tho business of archaology to place us at the riuht point of view for understanding ancient history, by enabling us to represent to oursjlves the cujtoiniry proceedure of life which obtained amongst the people in the age to which our attention was directed in respect of it6 peculiar modes of subsistence, such a6 dwellings* dress, domestic, and social usages, occupations, arts of peace and war, laws and instituti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The English Elections. LONDON, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

The English Elections IjONDON, March 24. It ie expected that in the present elections thare will l»e more contests than in any pre* TIOUS election. The publicans, and the Eng lish Soman Catholics, from the Dulcc of Norfolk downwards, support the Tories. The seats for Tippcrary and New Rose luivo been offered to Sir CharlcB Gavan Duffy.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editer will not be responsible for and opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always rejet personal communications unless on subject of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] The Three Million Loan. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS.. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editer toilt not be responsible for and opinions or views expressed 6y corrcspon* dents, and toil! always rqect personil com* munications unlets on suhjocts of public importance, and guaranteed 6y the signa ture of the author.] The Three Million Loan* TO THE EDITOR Or THB WARWICK A&OUS. SIB,-I notice by the public proas that in some instances Air. M'llwraith, the Premier of Queensland, is blamed for defnrring the rriod for floating the three million .loan, do not support Mr. It'll wraith's policy, more especially this loan, bnt I should like it to be correctly understood, that had Mr. M'llwraith or any other Premier pushed him self on the English financiers for the pur pose of raising a large sum of money, whilst the Nation mis excitedly agitating, and pre paring for a general eleotion, he would have been guilty of gross indiscretion, to say nothing of bad taste. Those who argue otherwise on this point know little of the obstruction cast in the way of ge...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Prospects of Parties. LONDON, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Prospects of Parties. LONDON, March 21. The Times, in a leader to-day on the subject of the forthcoming elections and the prospects of parties, expects that there will bo an oqual balance of Liberals and Conservatives in the next Parliament.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Return of Mr. M'llwaraith. LONDON, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Return of Mr Mil wraith LONDON, March 25. The lion. T. M'llwr&itli will leave for Queensland on April 9.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The New Loan. LONDON, March, 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

The New Loan. LONDON, March, £5. The issue of the Queensland 4 per cent loan has been delayed for technical reasons. The announcement of its issuo is immediately expected. It is probable that the minimum will be fixed at 89.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

To our Subscribers and Advertisers. DAY NEXT being Euter Monday, ire will ba no iwue of tho Argut on Bee of tbU paper will be Closed on E, M»rok 89. ". «jj - ARTHUR MORGAN. Antu Offlee, Warwick, March mta, 1880. 318

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Marsupials Destruction Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

The Marsupials Destruction Act. A NOTIFICATION from the Colonial Secre tary's offioe, which appeared in the local peeper* recently, convenes meetings to be held at the principal Court Houses in the various sheep districts throughout the colony on Saturday (to-day) March 87, at noon, for the purpose of electing directors to act with the Sheep Directors in carrying out the provisions of the Marsupials Destruction Act of 1877. This Act, passed by the Legisla ture more at an experiment than in the full belief that it would attain the end in view, has proved, in the few instances in which it has Ween intelligently interpreted and faith fully administered, one of the best that has ever found a place in the Queensland Statute Bo*k. Speaking from our own experience, we can assert that the operation of the Act in the Warwick district has been an incalcul able boon tothe pastoral interest in: ridding the district of a pest that threatened partial, if not etatire, ruin to stock-raisers. And th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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