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"The Lay of the Kellys" TO THE EDITOR OF TUE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
"The Lay of the KeUye" TO THE EDITOR OF TUE WABWICE AEGOS. Sir,-1 notice by late tolcgraphic news from the south that the New South Wales Government have tusked the Victorian au thorities to fix a time for the expiring of the reward for the capture of the Kelly gang of outlaws. It 16 quite within the range of possibilities, though it is far from partaking of the nature of tho probable, that the approaching withdrawal of the bait which has for the past eighteen months been held out, to tho tune of &lt;£8000, for the capture pf these notorious seounderals may have the effect of working up a spirit of Dutch courage -among the members of the Viotojian police that may stir them on to deeds of daring. It must, however, bo confessed that post ex perience of Victorian police pluck would hardly warrant such a hope. The revival of the Kelly business reminds mo, by-the-bye, that one afternoon recently I was riding along a road not one hundred miles from Warwick when my attention was at...
Warwick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
Warwick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT.-The case setdown for hearing bo tween John Newton and Annie Sjiith Newton was struck out, owing to the nonappear ance of the partieB. FRIDAY, APRIL 9. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thomp son, lisq., J.F) DRUNRENNEBB.-Robert Johnson, charged with this offence, pleaded guilty and was fined 103. or forty-eight hours in the cells. HUDBON'B SURPRISE PARTY.-"WO have much pleasure in calling attention to an adver tisement in another column, from which it will bo seen that Hudson's celebrated Sur prise Party intend performing at tho Town Hall on Wednesday evening only, cn route for Sydney. Judging from the patronage which was accorded them here a few weeks ago, their return amongst us for an evening will be appreciated. We anticipate a crowded Hall on the occasion. INTERNATIONAL HONORS. -In congratu lating the Messrs. Hayes, of tho Queensland mills, on their success in carrying off first honors at tho ...
The New Cabinet. LONDON, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
-.It In -.ill V. il: lXHJDOK, April6. ^r>l;lflpeonl*tionia»to'tho perwnTirtofthe new ii.riMmWtjyta'rif*. It ta bellovoi thM'the'Bight ? in Horn W»l!.SVM«t«r%iU'be'&lt;itite -BeMetary of th»'-eihAle«," *««' ihAt the Bight .'.itKHgalEMOflBi &lt;®hB4art'wiIl bpbpmft Chancellor ..oUt tM*>afadiMdeffe Rttt tord tlf 'the Ad iMiimtaUflr.'Jr; :' 7
The South Brisbane Election. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
Ttao South Brisbane) Election. Thk roBult of this e'ection must prove a source of ocuto disappointment to tlip partioK in Brisbane who bo prominently advocated tbo return of a g .-ntloman representing tbeir shade of politics. Whether the present Government have acted commcndably in all things from our point of viow, is not the question just now, but of one thing we are certain-that Ibe present Ministry represents collectively ps honest 'a lot of men, as could be gathered from the Parliament of Queens land. And we ltnow sufficient to believe this, rather than listen to tho aspersions founded on jealousy which liave been so coarsely heuped upon individual members of the Ministry by some of their chief traducers The public nt Brisbane evidently differ in opinion from Dr. Prentice tho popular candidate who expressed a conviction that under the present Government the colony could not be expected to cmcrgo from its acknowledged de pressed condition. Dr. Prentice is no doubt an ornament to...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The Elections. LONDON, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
LATEST TELEGRAPH IC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The Elections. LONDON, April G. Tin election returns to date show that tlie Liberals have gained in all fifty-oight scats from the Conservatives. Tho Home Balers are making hut slow pro gress. .end especially is this the cose with tho . PameUites. It is probable that the Liberals will have a majority exclusive of Home Balers. This foreign policy is not taking so promin ent a position among the questions at Issue in tbeae elections ws those of trade end finance. ' "There seems to be a desire on the pn.it of many of the constituencies to give the Liberals an innings. Thetaftjdrlty Of the Liberal "Jingoes" have been re-elected. ,F- 'I;' ?'- ?'! 1 LONDON, April 6. Further elections, which took place yester day. hovp only, slightly increased the ma jority 6f the.Jjfberals, whoso net gains at pre .qent ajnount to sixty-two. Most'of Abe borough elections have been .hf}s(,.apd the polling for tho counties has '^luinen c cd.. .
Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
Melbourne. RONTON OUB owir &lt;X>S&BSPONDSHT.] ApnI9. :n!FheBanks haVe reBolved not to raise the ? &lt;nle« oCaUaabnnt until ft portion of the large . ideposttefio* held on the highest rates of in terestharebeen ran off. It ia undemtoid that the MlnistrywiU con aenttb the appointment of a fifth Supreme . Court Judge, andthot the offioe will In offered in turn Messrs. Higginbotham, Holroyd, >«aA Wabb. - -' Peuro 'is tejlorted from the Wllliamstown district. 11 ?' Thr'Cmnt or TOT HoasCab-A British ? naval Offioer, writing from Valparaiso) states 'thatalarge number of English Bailors among tfee BteW of the Huascar,'upwards of. thirty, libil passed through the gunnery ships Ex cell ant .or .Cambridge, manyof whom were deserters from tho English navy. One was formerly midshipman U our vary, but, failing to pan tho examination at Greenwich Collego, "be joined-the service of the Argentino Ee public as lieutenant, but threw up his com I'miulon, «nd shipped as a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
HENRY BOYLE, ATTOENEY.flOLIOITbE,& PROCTOR, TALMBBIM-SrMKT, WABWICK. 1034 . The JBuilding Trade. tWTALLAOS~& GIBSON OXBPENTURS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL " "CONTRACTORS; Gcy-HTBEET, WARWICK. &lt; 768 [A CARD.] 'M- ^aIsford, 0»rp«toft«v OeoeralOontractor, 7/ i. jWter-W«i*r; WAWiok. ! Jl'Hj'llfM.i jVi'i '. .IffllMBICRYA'RD.fbr f|.» 8nbt.lT of PINK &lt;&lt;ua "HABinVOOU, of all .'at'lowtatratiee. -895 '-tflu&y : . i Mi a: OOXLEY, -"'OiajllitA',' Snfldor,1' andtWneifcl Con tractor, FWiiibr A^D'-'Ovr-Bziistni WabWiok. . ; '? ?:.&lt;86| f..i Mli.cil ? Jt'ohl] ' .: '&lt;0ftM>et-ihakar«&d tJpbolirtarer, MAtregs .&lt;in: ^ ni'MIUim lUur/ . ??: ? -^Wek^abBr^ta'tJetoott'atiallway Hotel), ImVf uMBf-MifitiaoiiEL,] ir /. r-»vJ J. T. LEMBEIDBB, ,;w .p^EfferoH, for FAMILIES. ^p^a^CUBS^ABLE. "' tOuti'Wiiieli luft Spirits only kept, j ?, ;i ji; :? : ; CIOOB'Siablwo. r. iJ.r ?;«. ! LiE^H B RID O K, . v, HOTEL, Corner ...
CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not be responsible for any [?] or [?] expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. The Kdiior ituK «»>f be rctyoniilrfe for nny opinion* or ric.rs expressed by correspon dent*, ond vill riUvays reject personal rom tuunic'i/ions unlets on subjects of jmblic importance* nn»Z guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] Our Proposed New Hospital. TO Tills EDITOH OF Till*. \VAltWlCK AROUS. Sin.-Can you givn incany information in reference to tho proposed new Hospital for Warwick. If I remember rightly £5000 for tho building was included in the Loan Intimates for 1870. About eleven months a^oa Bite WIIB chosen tioar the new Park, a trial hole sunk for tho foundations, plane prepared, aud tenders wore to have been called for the work forthwith. Hp to the present, however, things have been allowed to remain m statu quo. The member for the town says the plans tiro ready, and that tbe money is available, if the Hospital Committee would only take steps to have the building proceeded with. Does it not seem a little strong© that the new committee have taken...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
iADIES' WAREHOUSE. PALMERlIf-STREET. MRS MILLAR. ' . A IXtho NEWEST and moat FASHION ABLE. " SUMMER DRAPERY i y-i.'-vi ' y ? 0!&lt;'SALE AT ft.'." 7.1.1 , ? ? ' i i . Immensely, deduced Prices, 1,1 TO SUIT TAB TIMES. c&sinSO I:: ? ? ?j. 'J - U I -u'. . " .' y ;.^HE STOCK tirJI -T.1 ... . fitting been lttely taken, a .quantity of BEUNA^S&lt;> .04. Other GOODS, vN.^n ,:-nri:, rf»i« .I-.?.II l! ". . . ll-MoVl.. I.VI . . I J.nr. ,1-llil. .'.ill. 1 ) V ? .1. ? J^P^IiKABLY CHEAP .ImP h-tm.3 viri «!d J« 1 'I.ni. ? ? i'i ' . .'.'.ar^-ST" 'OFENED MUA-U r. A A LABGE VARIETY OF v,! - It.l V A./. . ii 'I i a iiy ?;"!.&lt;"> .\,mm ;r ,n :blni) llU'ji} 1*1 H. ? -1 ? 11! -xcxrit'Ojar^S! 6UIT*BLI TOR th ?'J YM 'I' . Tmna'^ U&i/ 'Sear Presenlts 'flaaa wv-fioi ,;t/,o ^»:i, . .yjUMMi :-i. i? - ?, .*./}. ; *MwiiT 1- . lu.ai-i . .!??.. 1 :. .A1VJ . -.n . v.: *t 'tiome, and r= v^a QuiT«rforl878. ? .VioJg ;jf>n C .' T '1169 ..>/* «Wt ?; h: .nOlV/.lM .. ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
. ? No one can sell an article as cheap as the manufacturer of that article, as the mero dis tributor must have a profit on manufacturers' pripos. It therefore follows that Thompson the cabinetmaker can supply goods at the lowest possible cost. They are all his own manufacture, and he is better qualified than , any one vise to guarantee the artiole he sells. A call solicited. Furniture Warehouse, next Mr, Aland's, rtJmerin-atreet-[A dvt.] QDIEN8L4ND AT TBI MELBOUB&X EXHIBI TION.-We leant that the Government have fully considered the question of Queensland being represented at the forthcoming Inter nkMonal Exhibition in Melbourne, and that tfiey baredtelded that St weald be a subjeot for regret weteahe alone of the Australasian colpmee to t» unrepresented, At the Cabinet Cotukcil Held to-day it visa agreed that the neceta^ry fonds fchould be forthcoming for the fibjaot referred to, and £4,000 is, we be lieve, the provable amount. . The beet of the exhibits now tin the Queensl...
Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
Warwick Municipal Council. THE usual monthly meeting of this Council was munmonod for Wednesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. At the hour for commencing business, the following members of the Council w»&lt;re present-Aldermen 0'Sullivnn, Johnson, Hudson, Council, Quiun, Crombic, Orayson, and Wilson. It wa^ proposed in tho absence of the Mayor, that the Town Clerk take the chair as Ktfturoint? Officer. Alderman (in/LYHON proposed, ana Alder nmn Wjlhoh Heconded, that AJderiuitn O'Sullivan take the chair. Alderman Connell proposed, and Alder man JltTDSON seconded, that Alderman Quinn take the chair. . The TOWN Clvrk took the following votes: For Alderman Quiim-Messrs. Hudson, Con nelJ, Quinn, and Ororobie j and for Aldcnnan 0*Sullivan-Messrs. Johnson, Grayson, Wil son, and O'Sullivan. The Town Clerk added that he was not in the position to give a vote, therefore, they remained in tho finiuo position as before. Aldoruiau IIudbon said, that as they np wared to be divided, and as the T...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY APRIL 10, 1880. The Liberal Re-action. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 April 1880
flic ^mmclv |Ups. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WAKWICK: SATURDAY APRIL 10. 1880. T"-"The Liberal Ee-action. Jw ^hcabsonco of WDM detailed infor 'matiori bearing oh the general elections in Great Britain just now, it would perhaps be advisable to bnzard uo opinion to account for the extraordi nary suddenness with which the cur rent of public opinion has turned against the BEACONSFIELD Govern ment. It had only a few months more to run.t$ concise the patural term of Parliament but for reasons better known, jto the Ministry, Lord BEACONS FlKLp thought it judicious and timely to make an appeal to the country at Easter. His excuse was tendered 'witli characteristic ingenuity, And the great political mountebank fixed oil tho ob struction raised against the transac tion of tousihesa by Home Kulers as his cause for prematurely .dismissing Parliament.' '.Bittyl 'tehtort^In strong suspicion thiVaaJoin as fijll particu lars come to a fp.r mpvQ .serious i&lt;j|f$^up .jpdncefl the. Premier' ...