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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY MARCH 27, 1880 Foul Play in Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

iUc 3Wx*uwfe JUgus, [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] ""VyiSWICK: BATPBDAY MABCH27,1880 Foul Slay in Politics Thxbb is a plan of men in this world whose "actions are inspired by the principle that " what ouinot be done by fair means, must be done by fouL" The political charlatan if a dangerous sort of fellow, and can be the in strmntnt ofaaiinmense 'degree of misrepre pniMitationapd mischief, if he happens to oc eu^a teat in Parliament.' The carter of a Senatorial knave is after all extremely .( ttinidtng to outsider*. His little game is not the representation of his constituents, but (l34(Lcfe«v asdtogalahis ends he will work with persistent «mergy lot yeara. He marks out a fresh plan of- campaign for " himself* at any opportuoe/srisis, and at the very mo , mentis imagiuea tba^ hls ends are attained, * 't)ffen most m^r.'iist^ppbintwont is erperi enoed by that bold cutting blast which is a fitting i-aid-foifthe Incompetent man who' is prepared)WiMI!hlii*yUto iany party for a prioe. f.gpgfe ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Oub STATE SCHOOLS.-W« notice that the Dtpartment of Public Instruction invito tenders for repairs, Ac., to the State School at West Warwick. The building at East Warwick has lately undergone extensive alterations and repairs, rendered necessaiy by the increasing demand far accommodation. Cormuitdioua front and roar verandahs, an additional class room, and a bat room have been added, and the arrangement of the windows baa been altered with a viow to better lighting and more efficient ventilation. A Hew floor of -4-ineh tongned and grooved tnipentine battens has been laid down, the elevation of the doss benches has been greatly modified, and tbe brick-work thoroughly overhauled. The building is now one of the most comfortable of the kind on the Downs, and is equal to the accommoda tion of 200 pupils, the attendance at present being about tbree-fourtbB of that number. The improvements wen carried out by Mr. W. Gaisford, of Guy-street, who has com pleted his contract in a manner credita...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

HENfty BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PBOCTOB, ' PiLmiEtitr.BTlUKT; WXEWtOK. 103* The Building Trade. / %&L£ACE & GIBSON CARPKNTKKS, BUILDERS, ft Gekeral ; CONTBAGTOHS, I Gw-stbeet, Waewiok. ? ?; i 768, ,1 ;? i> ; : ; I' tA GASH.} W. GAISFOBD, ^u... ERflT-B^MWr, Warwick. j - IBHARD^rfoHJ-e'Sflpply of PINE, (:«d . jHAJEtJOWPOa of ijl igmwniw. at iei*rei>trat«a. 8® iM'jnO ' ? [Owwrtwfr- Bolidei+ .tnd Q«ieral Oon ..I.-- .,v/ i I'tOWtWl-: t- ;i! )FiRBor° aiqi .Qdt'Stkirs, Warwick. ? V' ;' ? 686 ; .1 ? i..-' -? ? .MfkoMn]' . ^"-#;'::'FAir&;ER'0, *od/ffpiiotaterar, Abtrese ?j.i ii'v( jnriataAjP»1niiwn,3aMtg, 1 (t^it MlBpr'tb'Iil'Omtootty R«ilw»y Hotel), ?;« inm-j-i-i 4^-taioi^WArwibK-.-' '.irn-yji ilu) ji yn i'i. ii vim n o > ? If. ft*-Joiners iriik of«lli«lewriptio l.-<«^s4*oft»wj^(;at'BK>d6ratB frrioe*. JBtOTEIL,^ ] ABRIDGE, 'HJEftm, FAMILIES, j ?!'&«!£ $iii»i^,8pirit8 onlykept, j iiovfj!/v iain-,-fc . .. . 1., sT-'ci-jii; r....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Cherry Gully Races. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENR.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Cherry Gully Races. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] "Caed Mille Failthe" is, I believe, when in   terpreted into fair English something like "a       thousand welcomes;" at any rate for my own point I will assume it to be, but perhaps might be accused of blowing if I assert that in the district of Cherry Gully and the Big Tunnel, half that number of welcomes greeted St. Patrick's Day. But I can surely say, that the horse racing carnival at this little township was patronized by a very few less than the magic half hundred. Coming events generally cast their shadow before and when the Warwick programme clashed with the one put forward by the racing fraternity in this locality, I surmised one to be a com- ing failure. Dame Fortune seems for some time past, to have shone on enterprises of this sort on the Railway, and if we take the meetings at the 9-mile, the Cherry Gully Box- ing Day sports, in point of numbers we shall find they compa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY MARCH 23. (Before the Police Migistrate and W. Thompson, Esq., J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 March 1880

Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY MAIICH 23. (Before the Police Mifjistratc and W. Thomp* BOH, I^sq., J.P) C'wfvD DESELTION.-Patrick Coogan was summoned hy (Jelia White for the support of his ilio^itim ite child. Mr. Fowles appeared for plaintiff, Mi*. O'Sulliv.m for defendant. The case was adjourned till the following morning, the plaintiff paying XI la. professional costs WAGES CASE.-William Murphy summoned Francis Hooker to recover the sum of X14 19a. waijes due. Plaintiff pleaded guilty and was ordered to pity the amount claimed, with 3s. (M coata; in default Uvy and distressi in default of sufficient distress, one month's im prisonment in Toowooroba gaol. WEDNESDAY, MAI:CII 24. (Before the Police Magistrate and W.Thomp ton, Esq., J.P.) CHILD DESERTION -The adjourned case of Cclia White v. P'ttrick Cangan ajjain came on for hearing. Mr. Fowles appeared for the plaintiff, Mr. O'Sullivan for defendant. After hearing the evidence of plaintiff and one witness, the former admitting Ihat....

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Our own Royal Targets. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Our own BOJAI Targets. Thx London correspondent of the New Tork Tribune, writing oil Jail oar;, 7, says ?-" An odd stoiy is in circulation to the effect that a doten extra constables have been put on guard at Osborne to protect the Queen against assassination. This has been done, as a policeman would say in the witness-box, from information received. An epidemic of King, killing has spread over Europe. Not one of the attempts heretofore made against Queen Victoria can be regarded as serious, but nobody can say that a more murderous ex periment may not be tried. The present recaution may be superfluous, but no great arm is done by a little extra zeal. The authorities do not admit that they are anxious. They say the new men have been added simply in oraer to relieve the old force from too heavy duties. Odder still is the other story that a hedge of policemen has been strung round Bughenden for the better preservation «f the life-hardly less precious than the Queen's- of Iiord Beaconsf...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Czarish Morality. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Osiriih Morality. Wa have always been assured by the English PresB that the present Emperor of Bussia was a man of a " deeply religious sentiment," whose life was saddened by the habitual melancholy that in a conscientious nature waits upon unusual responsibility. Such responsibility as by his position is imposed upon the Autocrat of all the Russia's is so hopelessly impossible of discharge by any human being that we have had no difficulty in accounting for the Czar's melancholy, and have sympathised with a conscientious man's sense of failure. We have naturally, however, regarded Alexander from the standpoint of Western ethics. As a ruler he has been eminently unsuc cessful ; but a good man may be a bad ruler, and we have always understood he waB " deeply imbued with the religious sentiment." Reduced to plain English, we supposed this to mean that he was a right-minded man, desirous of observing good faith and gentlemanly integrity in the various covenants of life. For the last fif...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Manchester Unity Independent Order of Odd Fellows. ANNUAL MOVEABLE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Manchester Unity Independent Order of Odd Fellows ANNUAL MOVEABLE COMMITTEE. WARWICK has been honored during the past week with a visit from the .representa tive "Odd Fallows" of Queensland. It strikes us as a very strange term to apply to a body of men who wield BO much influence, and who represent B«ch a power as the Man chester Unity Independent Order of Odd Fellows does to-day. "Its numbers are legion and its riehes untold." Mcu of emi nence and position are to be found in its ranks, and the resources of this immense body may be summed up, not in tens of thousands* but in miliums of money.. Wo need not consider hero the antecedents of this Society. Comparatively speaking, it has been but a generation in existence. Unpre tentious at its inception it budded forth with a swiftness which surprised those dubious people who many years ago viewed (he es tablishment of a Benefit Society as almost an insult to the State. But the Manchester Unity went ahead, for all sorts and conditions o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

MONDAY, APRIL 5. Extensivo and Perfectly Unreserved Solo by Auction of the I Valji^tfale Agriculture and | Mineral ; FftEEHOLB PROPERTY JUtOWN AS THE "Mount iflarlay Tin Mining Com- \ > . pany Limited, i ' Vi; .ioeo ^ciREss, 8uMHjytsd into '87 Allotments, eacli vapring in 'Area 'from 3 AcTon toiM) Aterca, suitable '»il)trll. Oli-J -w.J it?._i.L" ¥fa]i Ititat? Jibs within flvo mliin tos' walk of Ilia ? '6tmtkorpe» : - And close totHe Railway Tenniniis'. 3fri*wH4»iiyji0ia<ir«f'AV;.H. Ssim-imi, ESQ Liquidator -of ? tho Mount Marliiy Xin <j%of pbmjpqn^r, Limited. ]'!The.iElrteiieiw SMELTING, WOI1K6, eqra .>.:.'.) p)Me, with Two Smiting Fnroacoa, Shods, i.rt .AhdftUtbe Applw»oow,nti«B«a»ry to<m : "H <m> Tii> Smelting,'atands:no l<ot 40, whjoh nr. J .<so«teuuKliAone.8RM>d>>i cfcn ,ii thiCM#Uufcow* ii iKoodU .knn^ii :as; the "CHlNAMAli^S GABDEN,"ie inabjgh j state otOolttKirtWH:T Sb&mer Residence...

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Toowoomba. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Toowoomba QTBOK ODE OWN OOBKKSPORDEKT. ] April 2. A German oarrier, end ui old resident at Dnyton, net with a fatal accident yesterday, lie wu embed between hie .waggon wheel Mid . tree, and expired early thi* morning at Drayton.

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Death of an Old Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Death of an Old Ooloniit. ANOTHEB old resident of Waiwiek faai gone over to the majority. The late Mr. Thomas Ad&mson Horsmati, whose desease it i« our re gretted duty to ohroniole to-day, WAS born at Leeds, Yorkshire, England, in tho year 1806* He arrived in Sydney by the barque Catherine Cooke, Captain G. Johnstone, about the 27th of February, 1838, having been engaged by the firm of Hunt and Buckley to take charge of n pro. jeoted woollen factory at Sydney. Tho firm failed, howerer, and the project fell through in oonsequenoe. Soon after this Mr. Horsmaa came on to the Darling Downs with sheep, hav ing travelled overland from Sydney in company with Mr. M'ConnelU Canning Downs Station was then being formed, and in this work Mr. Horsman took a ptominent part He WAS one of the few men living who passed over the site on which Warwick now stands when it W&B a path less forest, and he oould tell many interesting anecdotes of the Leslies, the M'Connells, the Oammies, and...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

iBrisfeuw [nOM OUS OWX OOBE*SPOKD*lCT.] J ? ' April2. The aelectorifents have oqme in remarkably well thii fet r. Eighty five per ocnt hare ben received to date.

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A Suggestion. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

? Suggestion TO TBI ID1TOH 0» THE WAS WICK ABOUB. SIR,-The recent fatal accident at the Helcne-street bridge would seem to point to the necessity of having means-at band for the purpose of rendering all possible assistance. A life belt, a few yards of rope, and a pole with a proper hook attached should be at once fixed up at both bridges, BO as to be acoessible when wanted. 1 understand that a waterman was on the bank of the river all the time the poor follow was drowning, and for the want of some such appliance was un able to render any assistance. xouro, «c.» BOAT HOOK.

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Sydney. [JVOX on OWK «0BSI8F0tri)SMT.] April 2. Owing to the heavy rains, the races have been postponed until to-morrow and Mob Minister for Works, replying to a deputation ftoifa the Chamber of ooiuraere to day promiaed acttoifvith reference to the neow*ity of the increased Dock accomodation, prortdinjf meoial facilities for the f reeling and ihlpnent of frocen meat. He added that the qnaation waa^oy nyder consideration.

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Cricket Match at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Cricket Match at Warwick. ! Tins return match between tbe Canning Downs and Independent Clubs was played in the Queue's Park on Easter Monday, and roBuUod in an easy victory for (he former. The Independents (captained by Mr. W. Barnes), were the first to go to the wickets, but only succeeded in putting together the insignificant total of 17, of which Crowther contributed 7 not out, Wilson 4, G. P. Barnes 3, and 2 were sundries. In their second attempt the Independents were ov<jn less successful, the score standing at 10 when the laBt wickct fell. Wilson (7 not out) and Crowther (G). were the only batsmen who made any defence. The bowling of Anderson and J. Macansh was decided superior to the hatting of their opponents The visitors (captained by Mr. C. HOBS) ran up a total of 21 in their flrat inniogs, D. Anderson being top scorer with 5, Pullen, junr.. and Armstrong contributing 4 each. Tufting the wickcts for their Bccond time, the Canning Downs team required 13 to win, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

LADIES' WAREHOUSE. PALMERlN.STREET. MRS MILLAR. A LL the NEWEST and moat FASUIO A- ABLE SUMMER DRAPERY OK SALE AT Immensely Reduced Prices, TO SUIT THE TIMES. THE STOCK Having been lately taken, ft quantity of REMNANTS and other GOODS, arc no* offered REMARKABLY CHEAP JUST OPENED A LARGE VAltlETY OF H£W GrOQDS SUITABLE FOR Xtmm and New Tear Presents JUST RECEIVED Chatterbox, Sunday at Home, and Quiver for 1879. ' 11 fiO oX[00')08 : <-" puVBfVp t- -aenx o © **IU0 r~© f rl -JIHHS . S ?*(«« .o stopni SJS <£,55;. S £ -3 S i3 -5 * ci re c<5 oo C) a .» "S I - 5 I J? £ ca ? tfc . rt *c . . 2 *S" & B « ?=. I i a HI* Q &? ® 'Xpjo s.^rpunqr ? § * o o JB § *§ £g N W 00 IZ *«fpio iXtrrun^S $ $ ^ ptro BAtpunj, ^ ^ E n 8 § 9 § c? f3 < cb ci ©» w * ts-jf i bs I H QFflO Warwick Municipality SEPARATE TENDERS aro hereby invited for tho following works, viz L For tho supply of about £0 chains of HARD WOOD KERBING, to be laid in Palmerin-stree...

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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY MARCH 27. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, Eaq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

e^tWtawiafc PoOeeCtout. el 0 Sato WAT, March 27. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thomp .;.!« .-ii.iit'JT'V JJ>-> v , . and was .filled 10s. or twenty-four hours in the .cells. Thomai Brown, charged .with the same offence, was .j-;- discharged) 4or miking use oE obsoene lang ).>' 'Wge> & rW* fined 6s. or 24 boon. Jamm Doming, charged with drunkenness, waa difphiigs^ aid fordestroying Police uniform WMfined Is. and ordered to pay the amount PIACE-Annie Smith Nswtonsuedlwrloniand mister, Jofm Scuion. ud nraygdithatie might. be bound over to keeathe peace. It appeared from plaintiffs J .'ii H«*lSeBW that defandanthad knocked her down and tiutktened tovivlserthsr j she was afraid ^(^^otttd^hjMoiM bodily,hartu, but bore no malice. Defendant was bound orer to 1": Mfo Ihe'JjeWe for aevendajs, himself in X10, Mt^fiQ.fnretiee of X10 eaoh. 81. . . (Mm tbe Polipe Magistrate and W.Thomp son.Esq., J.P.) AsaAuiT.-The caso of ifnrrwt M'Bridt v. Btivy MOOT*, for assault, was...

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Painful Cases of Drowning at Allora [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Painfal Oases of Drowning at Allora Oh Monday last one of the moat distresa ing oases which has passed our notice for many a y^ear occurred at Allora. It appoars that during the day three little boys, one named Fljnn, and the remaining-two named Sullivan, left their homes for the purpose, we believe, of searching for. and driving in some cattle. The Sullivans wero of the res pective ages of eight and aeven years, and the little fellow Flynn must ire opine have gone with the older lads mora from com panionship, for he was only five yean of age. As darkness came on without the return of the youngsters some alarm and uneasiness was felt concerning their safety, and the father of the Snllivans proceeded on horseback in search of them, but only to be stopped at the outset by an accident which incapacitated him from pursuing the object of his errand, for ho was thrown from his bone, and sus tained a broken collar bone. On Tuesday morning it became too apparent that a serious mishap bad ov...

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A Team of Colonial Ploughmen. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

A Team of Colonial Ploughmen THK Qeelonj Advertiser refers as follows to \ a movement which has been privately started there for sending a team of colonial plough men, with colonial-madc ploughs, to Great Britian, the team starting from Melbourne, eay, in July, BO as to rcaoh home in time for the fall matches :-"So far the matter is only in its initial stage, but it is in the hands of a good representative Victorian farmer, and some of the most influential men in this district have promised him their activo sup- I port. The promoter of the movement is Mr. John Dallcy, of Hellarine, an intelligent man, i who has for upwards of 20 years been engaged in agricultural pursuits here, ami who has I takon numerous prizes, including champion I medals, for his skill as a ploughman. Some j two or three years ago ho went ' homo' and from what he saw then in the rural districts of England, Scotland, and Ireland, be has no doubt that such a team as he will select, with such colonial-made implemen...

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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.] Inglewood Divisional Board. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor wilt not be r?sj>OHfubfc for and opinions or views expressed l>y eomspon dents, and will always reject personal com municationji unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author."] Ingle wood Divisional Board TO THB BDITOK OF 1*HB WARWICK ABQOB. SIB,-I would be glad if you would allow tno space is your next issue to make a few remarks relative to the above Board. The election of three councillors, as many of your readers are aware, took plaoe at Ingle wood Borne short time ago, Messrs Hugh Paasmore, Titos. Hanmer, and myself being chosen. Such I believe to be the case, though I bavo as yet received no official notification of my election, nor has any deposit money been refunded to mo- Under the Act;, I believe the Board should meet at Inglewood on Tuesday next, but as yet no notice of it has been given to the Councillors, one of whom (Mr. Hanmer) positively declines to attend the meeting, and 1 certainly could ...

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