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SIR GABNET WGLSELEY AND THE ZULU CHIEFS. London, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

SIR GABNET WGLSELET AND THE ZULU CHIEFS. London, September 18. I Latest advises from the Cape of Good Hope amiounoed that a second interview has taken place between Sir Qamet Wslseley and the principal Zulu chiefs. In hiB speech Sir Qamet announced that the British Government intended that Zulnland should continue independent, and be placed under an independent chief, and added that thenon-capture of Cetywayo was now th6 only obstacle to the oonclosion of a speedy and durable peaoe.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARWICK AND GOONDIWINDI MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

WABWIOK AWP OOONDRWRYPI MATTBGEYTTTB. - ?i -A BMtmuHM, «oomrisiaff Mem SMr, TyniUaaA Horwita, SMAv waited npon the PostmasteivQeneral on fhttfsdsy lastin rop port of a rasmoriU praying for the Mt&bliA ment'et a ccachservioe between Warwiok and Goondiwindi,«ia Ingtowood, a distanoe of about 180 toilet. Itrreply to the deputation, the Postmaster-General said he bad applica tions for additional coach aec-rioes in various porta of the colony, Involving a total eettmatied ejpenditare of 48,000a year, and the claims of eacfocfthese werejustasgoodss those in support of the Warwick and Goondiwindi coach. It must bs diatfhcfly Understood that the Government oould not undertake to sub sidise ooaoh servises, as a role, where the mails could be easily conveyed bypacMi<»r*e. To meet all demands of this dangtar, were the rule departed from, would involve an in. creased expenditure of eome JSBO/OOO a year. When the oost ofaooach «m but a trifle in eroeia of oonveyanoe try ho»e, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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COMMERCIAL. ARGUES Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

COMMERCIAL. Asgds Offlco, Monday E»aiiiii(f iMwva.-MtoNuri V- "lima says:-rr»- ? duce is oomlne in in large quantities no* that the weather nas aomewhat cleared up. but prloe* hare cot altered einoe our last report. The ftglovihg are theWling faimers' prices -liaise, la. 8d. per bushel t butter, fgeso, Is. par lb| egg*' *». per doaonj potatoes, 44. IQs. to 48 per ton j ch&f, JU 10s. to 45 per ton; oaten hay, 48 to 44 10a. per torn luoerne hay, A to 44 10a. per ton; bacon, 6d.to6d. per lb| cheese, 6d. to 7d. per lb; honey, Bd. per lb. (aaarae) ; pumpkins, 25s. per ton, Bvnun.-Saturday's Courier says:-In 4hs prodaoe market, business has been quiet. Wholesale dealers supply the following quota tiop>V?jMst»(li 8s. | oaten hay, £5 to JBS, ao ooidtagw-^aality; lucerne hay, 42 10s. to £31 luoenie chas, 43 Ss. to 48 10a. j mixed, 4410s. to 461 baa, 47 16a. to 48 10s.; pollard, 46to47; aeedoats. 2a. Bd. to Ss.j feed oata, 8s. to 8s. 6d. j barley, 8s. Sd. to 8a. 6d. i onions, 418 1...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WABWICK, TUESDAY, SEP. 16, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

©teJftowrtt JUgius. j ? [FUSLUHXD TWIOI A. week.] WABWICK, TUESDAY, SEP. 16. 1879. ~- - ;-: . proceedings in the Legislative As-. .Nablj daring the past week hare not tote of first importance to the oolony gwietally, bat one or two events of in ,lmnlio fcbe inhabitants of this odd of . the cplony hare : transpired, and upon these;, we pnpoM commenting. On tfeemeetingof tho House on Thursday, Kr.fUwhrotight forward ft motion : purpotte pf en d«*voring tioasoeriain if there was way - tenth < in ifc* jnmorthat certain land# atfiK.'Rath'and'Gecil Plain* were to be .old by auction, aj»d/dtiring the cporse titypfltittex.', preweda hone tbatlit^le further delay ' Wofcld Moor itefon ihe Allora exchange Iknds Were disposed of, as unless they were-quiCkly made available it would betoe lata to prepare them for next season's crop, and loss to .the colony would be the oonsequenoe. The Min ister for Lands replied to Mr. Situ in terns of undeserved severity, and jntfa thai scant courtes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

TO OUB 8UB8CBIBEES AND THE .<«OTiiaii. THE WARWICK ARQU8 3*8 tTow PoUUhed TWICri AWEEK pnrj TTO8CAT «pd SATtmpAT. n>*term( af BabtcripHon are 6e. per quar t«r, or f mi. 8ab«oribere ma; begin ; A££HUB MOfiQAN.

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THE BRITISH ARMY AND THE ZULUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

THE BRITISH ARMY AND THE ZULUS. Iir an artiole on the Zulu war the Paris Oonititvtionntl remarks as follows i We do not with to depreciate the military value of the British army. The Bngliah aoldier ia excellent, brave, solid, and dies at hia pott without starting. Marshal Soult used to Bay," The Wngluli infantry ia the beat in Europe. Luckily there ia not much of it" Only, if the English aoldier when in line ia marvellous, he becomes medicare when he is isolated. The bravery of the Bngliah' jsaaia-ot*. peculiar kind-phlegmatic and passive. -When the aoldier mi had a good meal of roaat be«f and ram, when' he haa plenty of cartridges and need not bhdge, he ia incomparable.- Ton'may dash whole I columns Of infantry and squadrons «f cavalry upon him j you may cut him down, bnt yoi» will not drive him back. Witness Waterloo and Inkerman. Now remove the Engliah aoldier from his camp, isolate him, wake him take'the initiative, and he ia superlatively ? weak. Of all the wars whloh the Engl...

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ISANDALA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

I8ANDALA.. Fbom the Daily Mn weAkethe following extract, describing more amnlucally. than it had previously been degcnBMaroiait to the scene of the memorable j ditoKer -Mith which our campaign in Zululand was ofWed. The writer la Mr.Arohibald fForbes, fig10 acoom paniti the expedition to Timnriala on the 20th May-. We (elect for gnotatlon only that portio^of the narrative which relates to the Bad disocrveries, on that memorable field of blood: " At the top of the ascent beyond the Bashee which, the Dragoon Guards crowned in dash ing style, we saw on our left front! rising above the surrounding country) the steep, iso lated, and almost inaccessible hill, or rather crag, of Isandala; the contour of its ragged crest strangely resembling a aide view Af a oouohant lion. On the lower neck of the .high ground on itB right were clearly viable up against the sky .Uh, the ^bwdoned wag gons of the destroyed column. No Zulus were .seen. Flanking parties, covered the -bills on cither side the tr...

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THE BUILDING SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

THE BUILDING SOCIETY. TO TBS XDXTOft Off THX WABWICK ABCNT0. SIB,-In a lata Same of yonr journal an advertisement appeared calling for applica tions for tbe pest of Secretary to the above named institution, tbe eleotfon of that of ficer taking place last Thnnday evening at the Court House. If you will allow me space J should like tooffartlie public a. for remarks on that appointment as I do'not'tbtnk tbe pro ceeding, when known; wilJ inept with the ap probation of the majority of the shareholders. As usual in small townships, suoh as this, these appointments as* invariably proarran ged by the " powers that be," and do not al ways fall to thb lot of the most e&ciont men; I believe this case is not an exception to the rule. I am of opiniMrthat appointments of this nature should rest with ttie shareholders themselves, and that the candidate should be balloted for by them.' It is obvious that the interests of public institutions must suffer when a Directory divides itself in can...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

ORIGINAL COEBESPONDBNOE. [The Editor will not be reipomibU for any opinions or vieiM txpratud by eorreipon dentf, and will oltooyi reject personal com munication* unlou on evbfecte of jmMie importance, and guaranteed by the eigna ture of the author.'} . BRANCH IXSXS. TO TBI EDITOB «F THE WARWICK ASOUS. SIB,-In a resent issue of your journal, I notioo an article in. rapport of the idea of constructing a bra-fe line of railiray via tjhe farming centres on - Swan Creek to Killarney. The xaasons you jdvunoqd in support of (bo position you had taken up, nodoubt appeared sound, but they were not in my poor opinion sufficiently important to warrant the expendi ture of tens (perhaps hundreds) of thousands of pounds in a work that would, I feel con vinced, for years to come have to be carried on at a loss to the colony. Look at it how yon will, it must be evident that a line fol lowing the course indicated as the most suitable for the Killarney branch, cannot be made for less than £100,000. ...

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WARWICK BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

WARWICK BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. I» the advertising fcolumns of the -present issue will be found a cojjr of the balance sheet of the Warwick Benevolent Society, as prepared and audited in the month of May last. CtruumatanceBbava preyefated ife being laid before the' gtaenl pabUc si'an1 earlier^ date, and we shall take advantage of the oc casion of publishing it B»y,a Jew fiords to our friends and subscribers, .on.tDie subject of the Society and its, funds. Sinfe August of J last year (1878) we haveaeked for nothing, from the townspeople for itft support. At that time there was a general collection mads for the funds, and most of the subscribers paid in their subscriptions for the coming i year, whioh .should have ..feagvi in Oc tober. ' the' resdlt was jKttXr Is. Od., .which the Government snVH»dised with £201). ! This year, Government has again granted as the same rain, but as yet we hare nothing to ?how in the way of local subscriptions. Oc tober is near at hand, and we wish to impress...

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THE MEMBER FOR STANLEY ON SCHOOLS OF ARTS. (BY CAPER FAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

THE MEMBER FOE STANLEY ON SCHOOLS Of ABTS. (BT CAP** F*r.) * ?. -A OnrTLI reader, and thou, sttl gentler edi tor, I make my bow. In entenag of literature. I do ao with a fn& luiowiedgejot the oonsequenoes of my rashafct, but hoaeatly I cannot resist the temptation of expensing my opinions on some of tbe many questions which are at present troubling the minds of my fellow oolonista. I oome Before you with that modesty and diffidence which are the sore and only indications of true .merit Be ing a harmless, inoffensive stranger, "a man in whom isTto be found no gull&" I implore ?'our protecting cars in tbe event of my play ill remarks giving offence to any of the great political " doggers" of your township. Like alt intelligent men, I buy Hatuard, and, with a patience and long suffering cal culated to drive aJob mad with envy, I read eveiy line of it. I am happy to inform you that I oan understand some of the legisla torial utterances, especially those delivered before ...

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The Cabul Trouble. BOMBAY, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

The Catral Trouble. Bohbax, September 14. Latest Authentic advices report all quiet along the entire frontier.. Mo hoctile move, sent of any kipd baa been made by the nn. merooB tribes of Alridie or others.

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[LAST NIGHTS MESSAGES.] Commercial. LONDON, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

[_LASf NIGHTS MESSAGES.] Commercial. IiOHOON, September 16. Consols, 971. The Bank of England reserve is twenty one and a halt millions. .' Tin is quoted at JB7B j copper, Bam. at £06 10s, Wallaroo, £M j fellow, beet up to £38 08., mutton £36.

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

SYDNEY. OMK ova own OORKXSrONDWrT.] September 18. Wftteon and party bars found a new reef on the south side of the Barrington reef. It is not large, but is yielding first-class prospects. ' Beporta from tba country districts indicate that the weather has cleared. Daring the past two days the water has been running into Woolloomooloo from a leak in the dan at Tachlan swamp. About four million gallons of water hare thus been wasted, but the leakage has now been stopped, and the water subsided this morning, September 14. All the arrangements in connection with the opening ceremonials of the International Exhibition hare now been made. The Queensland catalogue has been issued. A flood occured yesterday at Wagga Wegga j the water covered the temporary railway ; ' bridge, but has now subsided. September 16. The Exhibition will positively open on tfagneBday, though the only oourts appar ently certain of making a good display on opening day are the Japanese, English, Vic torian, New Zealand...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

BRISBANE. [rBOMOUB OWW OOBRMPOKDSHT.] September 16. | A fin oocurred in Fortitude Valley earl y this morning, and resulted in the total des truction of a two-stoned dwelling and a store 4 occupied by Mr. John Lannon. The whole I of the property was insured. I In the Legislative Assembly, this after noon. during the discussion in committee of ! the estimates for the Bail way Department! j Jlr. Macrosaan stated in reply to questions that alterations In the time-table would be I made on the opening of the line to yule bah, about a month henoe. fieg&rding the manu facture of rolling stock, he said the Govern ment would be grided by the decision of the select committee now considering the subjeot. The falling-off of the traffic earnings was at tributable to the general depression causing a diminution in the western traffic, especially wool; the ordinary goods traffic had not de creased. The salaries tor the Postmaster-General's Department are now under discussion. No reduotious a...

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THE OPPOSITION—A PEN SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

THE OPPOSITION-A PEN SKETCH. abtenoe ,<««i*k»We -twJT.. ! aewqictlve talent on tjie 10w?i »u£«nore than "*tfclio( twenty fourteen aspi. t f ^0^,Bmn"»' A; graph of it" "WhitllJ? ' T a P«" .-attMrat SSyy^i^WJ^eeflaQatoepftfcftU. LaW. «*P oat rf^SohfefmUC ttey cUoo»^ «nd ' ^'R^^yan^?K Lmein "ft"** *°a"T . ^SrfiW^Tii .1 P **** buJ,«-n<5 wear it Mfl ^hr5rF,fflr ,<JPS' BtnmiIt, ^^Wwhiefi k w A&hM^e^ A-asttWRaSiH? ,,, .ss&g'tte ' ^.«wdrt7^ diSA' tittw, a matt tntebt aa well t e <rtifc.w TM« iIT-r t«i , t « prison as a&mfoT *»*_.«?*» of 8tS«a fa! unui ench tame as ; ? ^tbfinivi&ordd, U^w^taET* thef.RJ"W corpora ^SFa5?5«a«& wji?iia3wT « the recent charges of Ero"a ^AmTn""1 Wlth on the part of 4 HOLLOWAT's PlLLy.-Provision.-As autumn I trends en winter, slender, delicato, and pale- | faced youths become listless, languid, and do- \ bijitatod, unless an alterative, combined with some tonic, bo administered to q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

Feet of CEDAB. Apply to the Arotu Offioe, Vfetoria-atnet.; . j ., -p 784 <t«Niil)nl 1. Slnsiri Cricket Club. . W lot ttemb&n of tits above Sab will be 1idd at Hie Commercial Hotel on This (TUESDAY) Evaning. Sep tember 18th, latSo'olook, to ELEOT OFFICE. BEA&ERS, ud for the tranxction of other butaw. Penon* Wishing to Join ate requested to attend. ARTHUR MORGAN, 818 Bon. Sec. TgypgBS. rpENDEBS are hereby invited for the X ERECTION of a TWO - STOREY STORE and DWELLING HOUSE io Pal. raerin-stroet, and will be; received by the undersigned, at whose residence plane acd ?peaifications may be seen, until SATURDAY, the 20th instant. Builders and others nay have the option of tendering for the Work ea a whole, or for the Bricklaying and Carpenters work separately. Tbeloweit or any Tender not necessarily Moenfeed. HUGH UIBLETT, 804 Fiteroy-street. Qneeailind Southern Railway Extension. TOCARRIERS. TEKOEBS kn hereby invited for the CARRIAGE of about Fire Hundred (GOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 16 September 1879

COMMERCIAL HOTEL,! AiutCB or Valkbuk amd VICTORIA tnnn. 1 MBS. E. EVENDEN, Proprietress. BOOKING Office tor Cobb to Co.'a Tele , graph Lin* of Boyal Mail Coaohes. AOommodteus Bath Boom on the premise*. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, £ciper of' Fiteroy iiid Pilmerln Streets, WAWVtOK. ElfBSTCLASS ACCOMODATION. Liqu 1:. on of the Beet Quality, A Good Supply o!HAY and COHN always whand. ?. ttlf A aaeoM F»dd©ek {or Hones close to theTown, 'Hoft CmtraUy Situated Hotel in Warwick." I THE COSMOPOLITAN, | PALMEMIN-BTMBT. , WM. MOBG;AN .IDEQS to inform hisfpendsand the public I rij- generally that be has' taken the above WWksojra^i«te],wbere Families and Com twill find every ooovenienoe, | hjmttity and attention. ' COMMERCIAL SAMPLE, BILLIARD, to BATHBOOM8. 1 Aoonvqyanoe in aUendknee on the tnins. 66 j THE BOYAL HOTEL, | Fiomu-iRiRi WAKWICK, J; % lethbridge, ; . fyOWUBIOB, A FXEBTtO|i^8 TABLE. Beat mate and Bplrita only kept. ?r, OopofkMuiro. . *. T- . LETHBBIDGE, SOTAti ECOIEti, Ctou*rof Phlmerin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

Removal ! Removal I! J. FLETCHER, Watchmaker & jevbubb, ~W} iSHES to intotm bis Onstomora and fT : the pnblio that in order to obviato tho beoesaity of reaiding' away from his tmsineas,; ..tld'H urwwrt disappointment by Customers twlliflgjnhlsabeantie, ho has REMOVED Tothoae <*entndlys!toatod mad more con venient premises In Palmerln-street, nert the Cosmopolitan Hotel, and .tiro doqra from Mrs. Millar1# Ladies' Warehouao. I He has opened Ms New PromUea with .an entirely ,New and OHOIOE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, j Inspection which he invitea. .. J. F. baa on band a moat oomploto Assort ment of StarUa^'OoULis Silver Jewellery, j '1 Inoluding LADIES' A GENTS.' WATCHES ALBERT CHAINS LOCKETS, BINQS ItiDIE8' SET8 . ' fiT0p^;MlUTAIBES,Jko. Of chaste design and "nhsnrpaasable workman-1 .hip, which ha is prepared to offer at 8ydnpy ptee*. 1 /MS? % targa 8tock of English Lever | Watches, by the very beat makera, to aeleot Watches and Jewellery Cleaned j n aM<>iR&a...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, SEP, 20, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

lite Waruricfe JUp*. [PUBLISHED TWICH A WBBK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, SEP. 20, 1879. The whole. «f the Australian- colonies hare lately been suffering from a long continued commercial depression, and the eyes of all men of business are turned anxiously, to the quotations of the London money market, as a baro meter on which they hope to discover the first sure signs of a change in the times. It is unfortunate for us that oUr prpfefcierity depend* so much en ex terior circumstances over which we hare no control, for, unless we read, the .igna of the times altogether wrong, there mar be Very hard times for tbe British Empire approaching. For the last forty years the Liberal party in England has labored to make that country the worhshop of the world, and they, nave succeeded. Immense cities, holding Bullions of highly trained workmen have been raised in many plaoea, and an enormous propor tiiih cf the whole capital of the coun try invested in. machinery and the othSFaqjpncta vf manufactures...

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