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

NOTICE OF REMOVAL, : tnn " WABWICK ARGUS" la now printed ? * 4nd pnbllahed In tboee now oommodloiu promlM* In PalmerhMtreot, dlrootly op posite the Town Hall, whore ail orders ' M aaatmnnlmtloro are roquutod to be tia future. rf7,UT8. ABTHUH MOBOAN.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY APRIL 3, 1880 LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE. City of London Election. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

__®lw itfimridt JUqus. . ; {PTTBLIBHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATUBDAY APRIL 8, 1880 LATEST TELEGRAPHIC^ [OUB SPECIAL MESSAGE. City of London Election. LONDON, Mnrch 81. The Jesuit of polling for the City of Loo don Election m declared to-day when three Conservatives and one Liberal were announced thoa making tbe same aft before.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

. 112V. 8Atn>£R JG POWDER *nd til'* WA8HIKO CBTSTAL, 0joc#», and WholeulB by F. Kuvfn Grove-road, Brisbane. OT4 ., J:,7"Owtton. 1.. ijkTlX' ^todc <0B0d! TRESPASSING after JL. Mafceh 81 onmy Land at Long Bmnp it,i (Booth) QanoioyDoirne), tf .OonneU'a Crossing, m(a*> iJ&Ula*Myy»ni jbe-imponnded without .ilMftetNoMrMaUp. ? ? . . ? I. V! tr. HOWELL. KilUEMj£ Hatch SO^'1680. 298 J " J fflUTTIOy. ".Jf8. w.-Jwhjr'- 0*utioDed pgidmbi any CATTLE or HOK&ES - si til-iliii T*BM fi run mynon TbomuM'Namate, iJhie, bavin* no authority to Sdl; and -any ' immiwdtian iriUlM ned lor the tteuia) latm!.,:,.-/ .. i gATBIOg M'KAMABA. .:?! /Ww smunpi Howard. + 08*, on8AT«R»AY, the 27th inst. . JLi LADIES' SILVER WATCH. The above reward will bo paid to any penon : dsHverftag the jamt to the office of this paper, OttO.! MB. 8. NUMN, 8S4 . Fitsroy^treet. Tenders. FI1ENDER8 for the ERECTION o{ JL DWELLING HOUSE, fto., will be lecrived by me up to 23td inst. Plant aud '.pwlflvat...

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

BOYLE, PEOCTOR, ,.;i . '.PABK*BI2tiBTB*ltT(!WA«WICK. "1034 1 the' Building Trade. " ";; "w^i^^oi^GiBSON !'!"rf Ik'tanaoMi. 768 lil«q Liu: nrdwi-i .jlll vl_ r,u li Jwi J'"»5kis .'mLi yiii«*b V» .."?* « . *?" " .'" mW* '.»rh i«nj: .i. :jj*' ii- (*v?^)U&mfb T7 JWfrfp,. VIW*»y Hotel), fiyifitius1! Ji ..^PTHiTWWV. ""iSSSfflSS^je1 lo umj jwg'ijjif Iliii vi'L^- 't!i J i ,? i SryStSSktosAi ll-lSUir-MSSSlSSi*:"'": ' ij* ippjnmjj -3no in^T^Mir > v.". io1 O't JaiHn »J?S!f!tn eul irituf v.ini l»nB. i*' ".?" 3* u TllM'OwMm^?gttw^goftliii lfafwtel j: t&toV.rfJ *.'' - ' * f'' In fflWJA6Vt<-iq nljHl « i>9»<ii(jf)|kpiUMriaKfe"': ..:'........ .; | » linn lt*>» nTjl'i, y,l'.in'-l. .Imlir-.?;, il - !i ..! ?. :-Bn*i?vlMv^'MC>IiG-A.lSr ?? h ?(littMiClfattortli^yiUftbdtiyery convenience, .':i !dWM»<IDMt *ICh'«iviU» aHdStJ»ntt><n. . | ?' ?»' *?H»ay ^utaiu'wUUliuSrftvldttt iorVfaltofe. .^«^mnAi»'*«onUfMtShuUI(|k;v ' ' ' R il «HflW^^:...

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Warwick Turf Club Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

Warwick Turf Club Annual Meeting. The Dominations for the Handicaps to be run at the forthcoming annual meeting of the W. T. 0. closed on Wednesday evening with the Secretary, and are as follow WARWICK HANDICAP-MIL*. Zanco, aged King Cole, aged Sunrise, aged Laey Girl, 6 years Sydney, 6 yean Satirist, 6 years Othello, 2 years. TU&F CLUB HANDICAP-2 MILKS. Duke of Linne, 4 yrs. Oiphan, 4 years The Barber, 4 yrs. Olivia, 4 years Chorister, 3 years First Love, 3 years Othello. FLYING HANDICAP-H VILE. Zanco, aged Sydney, 6 years Orphan, 4 years Seaspray Moth Decoy, 2 years SHOCKING ACCIDENT.-Yesterday a man named James Gaufield sustained fatal and shocking in juries whilst encaged In blasting operations at Mineral Creek. He had attached a fuse to A blasting charge, and fetter waiting an unusual period be advanced oautiously to ascertain whether the fuse had hung fire. Just as he had got in proximity of the ohuge it exploded with terrible effect, shattering Gaufteld's body in a dr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 April 1880

DEATH. HORSMAN.--At his residence, Prospect, on the 1st April, 1880, Thomas Adamson Hors- man, formerly of Leeds, Yorkshire, England, in his 75th year. No cards.

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THE LATE ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

THE LITE ATTEMPT' ON THE LIFE Of! THE CZAR. . <T The following particulars, per the steam ship Sorator, referring to the lata Attempt bn the lifo of the Cear, were telegraphed to the S. 31. Herald upon her arrival at Adelaide i " General horror and indignatioh were expifed throughout Europe by a fresh 1 diabolical attempt on the person and family of the (tar. The details at preeent are vary meagre, the oensorship of telegrams being mora rigorouB than over, but the following aro the latest particulars received :-Shortly after? b'clock on the evening of the 17th February, when the Ccar, with the Duchess of Edinborough and 1'rinco Alexander of Bulgaria, was about to repair to the dining-room of the Winter Palate, a terrific explosion wna hoard. The Cum wo£ immediately after.informed th&tthe bunquoting ball was a wreclf. BWl .that an acciden tal delay hid raved hint and'his family from death. Dinner had been fixed for 7 o'clock, and the Emperor and the Duchess of Edin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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THE STRATHLEVEN EXPERIMENT. [EUROPEAN MAIL.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

THE STBATHLEVJ3N ; [EUROPEAN Hill.] IT Meins stiwngo that after all th<? efforts l'y Ml;- Wort and others, it should be ieil toi Mr. James Campbell, of <31ani?ow, to tJ^?m h? whlch fresh meat can be - , ",0 Antipodes and landed at ^n rfniilti0, Uj?rkot»bj« condition. The wire will doubtJ^SB hnve informed you that the ex penmentsof the Strathleven may be viewed perhaps as successful beyond (he highwt an ticipotion of its promoters. Soon after tbe nrrival of the slnp Messrs. M'JIwmth. M'Eac "'"d Co' determined upon Kiving the public not only an opportunity of inspecting the ire chamber and frozen meat, but of expressing their views,upon the^jualiiy aud-flavour in a cooked state. Wi.hlhis o"eet 160 gentlemen, representing all sections of society. MnS 15Vi a " °nWld -the ship. Moat of the Agents-tioneral were present, the Premier of Queensland, several members of T'connected with the Auat raliantrade, and among the butchers ml ?leR!re' Spicra i Pond's fen-enian bot...

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THE IRISH FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

THE IRi6H FAMINE. Tbe Distress is still; very great, standing the exertions of thi Duchtisa of Marlborough and the Lord Mayor of Dublin* to relieve the suffering poor. Acute, however, as it is in som# district*, it docs sot affect, on the whole, a very large part of the country or of tbe population. Ample supplies,/it is affirmed* of food and fu.'l are to 02 obtained in the chief centres whenever the necessity for the intervention of the Executive may arise, and with exiting : uwons of rapid intercommunication aid uiay be carried to. those who stand in need of it without delay. At the suno tim-3, the J poor law rule, disqualifying p»rfl<,»iw holding more than a quarter of un sieve of hind for obtaining outdoor relief has b<vm relaxed; so that in cases of re.il destitution the guardians will bo able to give temporary hfi^> to peasant farmers without exacting tbe penalty of a surrender of their holdings. These measures, as the Government contend, will enable t...

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HOME FROM ZULULAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

HOME FEOM ZULWLA.ND. Much oxcitoment prevailed in Woolwich on Januaiy 30, conaequeut on the first ^rrifal in that fjarrison towA of a .botty' of troops' from the Zulu campaign. The pablio interest in the event had been greatly augmented by the unfortunate detention ? of the troopship for three dtiye at the Norc, owing to thd cdntintltms fogs. Each day friends of the expected soldiers attended at the gate*' of the1 Boyat Arsenal, Baokituc news of the Qalatta, but it was not until a change of weather Bet in that the ship wns able to leave her,moorings at the Mouse LiMit, and steam up the Thames. On her arrival at Woolwich. Colonel King, R.A., gave directions us to tho disposition of the troops. The Boy ill Artillery arc to be stationed at Woolwich. The remainder of the men, comprising part of (he lTthjliancers, and the 7th company of' Boyal Engineers,: go to Chatham and Canterbury. The artillery men were met by many of their old comrades, and recognitions were frequent and hearty. The...

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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.] Cruelty to Animals. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. rThe Editor will not be respowsvble for and opinions or vmum expressed by correspon dents, and will always rejcct personal com munications unlets on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] Cruelty to Animals TO TBS EDITOR OF THE WARWICK A ROUS. Slb,-In this land of nice laws which strings up a bushranger for robbcy under arras, and prescribes a death penalty for the most serious offence against women, can you inform mo whether there is any provision mode to tnect coses of cruelty to animals. The treatment of horses in tho Australian colonies iB most re prehensible. They arc used as mere machi nery, and aro cut and hacked about as though they were proof against pain. I have noticed frequently of late, horses harnessed to their work, with fresh gaping wounds about their bodies which must neocssarily prove a source of acute agony to tho uncomplaining quad rupeds. I hare been told that any man can turn informer, and prosecute the d...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

BUSSIA. The introduction of the Gorman Army Bill has given a fresh fillip to Russian military enthusiasm- Reports,£rom.thairvntiec-^tate that among ttu^ttumeroui lejjiona ^imying Poland the ory "To Vienna !" is varied by the even more ambitious motto " to Berlin! The Government more than tolerate this enterprising disposition of the military, though probably, in no harry to engage in wavlike adventures. : They constantly add to the Polish garrison?, 0to<j *r<j providing the means for rapid concent-ration. A new forti-i fied camp is being formed at Radora. There is a marked dMferenoe in the language of the Russian and Prussian in fpfarencp to Her Majesty^ Speefcn from1 fort l^Mr6ne. While the Russian press, headed by the £olw; pnbfcsses to laugh at the "insignifi cance" of the Ministerial declarations, the Berlin Government Norddeutaehe Zeitung and its independent contemporaries agree in look* rag upoa Uord f&SaodnBfield's attitude rb the result of legit...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The British Elections. LONDON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [Iiuit SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The British Elections. I.ONnON", Miircli 30. 'I'm: bull; of the people aveasyot unaffected l*y the improvuunmt in trade. There is increasing evidence that the work ing classes are taking n deeper interest in the present than in uny previous elections. Though the Liberal party have put forward no distinctive foreign programme* their load ing men assert that they will not, if returned to power, take any action calculated to de stroy Lord Beaconpfiold's work in connection with foreign affaire. Tho Liberals are more united thou might have been expected, judging by their recent votes on the foreign policy. The Tory party anticipate thnt they will return to tho House with a bare working majority ; but the Liberals express themstlves ns confident of being able to oust tho Tories. Intense i scitemcnt prevails in connection with the borough elections, which take place this week.

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MAIL NEWS. (From our English Exchanges.) GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

MAIL NEWS. (From our English Exchanges.) GERMANY. Thi* now Army Hill will enable Germany to incioiiR'i the number of men she can bring into the field, in the event of mobilisation, from '2,500,000 to 3,100,000. The expendi ture) of the German Empire in 1880, being oHtimute'l at 544,838,134 markp, surpasses that of the current year by 5(i,HJ4,8"2D marks Unless covered by new Imperial taxed already in contemplation, the «»xern8 will have to be defrayed by the Kxolnvjuers of the individual States. Prince. liLsuiarcit aueius to puraist in telling hid Augirian friend* that, although be can hardly afford to make tariff concessions while 110 more, than an ordinary commercial treaty is contemplated, a Customs union with Austria and some of the Balkan Principali ties, were it seriously planned, would enable him to regard matters in a very different light. The immense international importance of this commercial scheme in probably onu of tbo masons which counscl the establishment of a special ...

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Affairs in Afghanistan. LONDON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

Affairs in Afghanistan. LONDON, March SO. During an attack upon Fort- Battyo, be tween Jellulabad nnd Gundumuk, Lieutenant Agclo and twelve men were killed, and nineteen others wounded. The enemy were dispersed after some hard fighting. The rebel clans to the vreet of Candahar have defeated the troops of the Governor of that town.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

Brisbane. ? [FROM OUR OWN COEBEBPONDENT.] April 2. EA m/r on tho morning of lost Saturday a loud knocking at doors and cries of fire in the inmieiliatJ neighborhood, roused myself and others to the ronsciousupss that the fire-flend was abroad. Hastily dnnning my HOC and taut. I foul no trouble on looking out to ascertain the whereabouts, and readied the locale in time to hear the cl inging of the boll. By this tium the flames were fast taking posses sion of the premises, a row of nine shops in .Albert**! wot* known as Luwiw* tfhops, while the bewildered unfortunates were as fast clearing out irith wlmt few things wen* most easily gefcatable. Of course the Brigade came in for the usual congratulations from I the " Metropolitans," but for the life of me I I could not see where the smartness came in. i I think in all fairness tho strenuous efforts of tho police might havo becu justly recog nised. Life and proj erty nli):e were saved by their efforts before the Brigade were on the groun...

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Expected General Rising in Afghanistan. CALCUTTA, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

Expected General Rising in Afghanis tan. CALCUTTA, March 29. I Disquieting news continues to ta receired regarding tho attitude of the tribes, not only at Cabul and Gundamuk, but throughout the districts adjacent to the Khyber Pass, whore signs of on unmistakable general rising of the native tribes is again imminent. Every preparation is being made for the next threatened attack.

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St. Mark's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

St- Mark's Church TUB Annual Easter Meeting took place on Monday night, 29th ult, in the school room. Thore were present-The Rector .{in the chair), Mr C. H. Green, and Br. Margetts, Churchwardens; Messre. D. DesboiB and F. Grayson; Vestrymen; Cap'.ai.i | Daveney, Messrs. Robert Grayson* K. Francis, J. Spreadborough, &c. After prayers, the Rector explained that although for the convenienco of Mr. Green, who had to return to Brisbane the following morning, the dAy of meeting was unusual, yet it was quite in order, as the canon pro vided for any day in Eastar w<*ek. Ill speak, ing of .Bundry matters, the chairman informed the meeting that the total offertory collection in the phurch during the year-which enn tained 40 weeks-had been £228 10s. 4d. The number of baptisms during the year was-l the same as last, viz., 165; although thp I relative numbers were different. In the: town 80, as against 115 last year, and 75 in | (he district as against 40 the previous year. ...

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The Jesuits ordered to leave France. PARIS, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

The Jesuits ordered to le&TG France. ! pAUirt, March 29. I The Government to-day issued a decree formally suppressing the Society of Jesuits throughout the country, und ordering all members not of French birth to leave the country within a certain period.

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 April 1880

Melbourne. [FROM ODE OWN COBUEsrONUENT.] April 6. A communication from the Sydney Govern ment asks some limit to be fixed on the tiuic for rewards for the capture of the Kelly's. A nugget weighing one hundred and eleven ounces, was found at tho Little Wonder Mine, Mulmcsbury, on Saturday.

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