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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
WANTED a Competent KMAIJ, fiOOI'S MAN ; none but ft thorough Trades man noort apply. D. M.O'Donnell, Butclior, | Vegetable Creek, 354 WANTED for Iho Country, a miildlo ngcil Woman as HOUSEKEEPER. Must I Cook and Wnsli Well. Apply at the Argus Office. 35G WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP ia almo* tho only one in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lid pa 1120. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER anil SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Urocers, and Wholesale by F. Sakdebsok, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane. 974 To Let, THE BRICK COTTAGE, lately in tho oo enpation of MR. Joun AnDek&on, I (Oppraitethe Catholio Cliuroh.) Apply to. 1 34* M. O'SULMVAN. CAPTION PERSONS are hereby Cautioned against purchasing any CATTLE or HORSES I branded P2M from my eon Thomas M'Namara, I ho having ho authority to Sail; end any Person so doing will bo sued for tho recovery of the eamo. 102 PATRICK M'NAMARA. To Bent, I A T South Toolburri...
England and Herat. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
England and Herat Ths Batnrdnv Benin# is responsible for (he curious Buggestion that the arrangemen which is creating bo Tuch excitement throughout Europe has berni ma/lcwith he otmcurrence of Russia. "There is, says (l.e Writer. " » fourth party to the negotiation, who may perhaps lie found to bo the author a"be whole combination. The proposal of a tranafer of Herat to Persia originated with Bussib. Again °nd again, within a few ." ottcial and semi-official journals bare > dwelt on the cxpedwncjr of ttfnonayun^cr etandlng between Eussia una England, to be cementeii by the arrangement which now ' Deems to approach completion. The motives o! Baeaitt are mote intelligible than the con siderations of expediency which may have weighed with the English Government. AMonrii pareia ba» of late been supposed to MSneto the English alliance. Mnbenlaced on R weak Power which pas ' again and again made Parian policy. »i» probable that the first ' tmnreesion priduwsd oy the account of the bTm^...
Rockhampton. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Rockliampton. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 11 Mr. John Macfarlane, member for the Leich. hardt, died at 3 o'clock yeBterday afternoon at the age of 67. He had been ailing for some time and returned from Victoria about three weeks ago, whore he hod obtained the best medical advice. For a few days after his re turn he appeared somewhat improved; but he was shortly afterwards taken dangerously ill and never rallied. His death has occa sioned deep and widespread regret, as he was highly esteemed by all who knew him. The ships in the port hoisted their flags at half mast to-day in token of respect. The funeral takes place to-inorrow. The Lady Bowen, a, Bailed for Brisbane on Saturday.
Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Mtlbourne. [FROM OUB OWN COfcBRSPONDBNT.] April 12. Messrs. Howard Smith and Sons have de termined to run a line of steamers through Adelaide to Brisbane once a week, to com mence early in May. They will commence early in May and call at Melbourne and Sydney. Mbs. E, COHTTB wishes us to state Chat the advertisement which appeared in our Satur day's issue purporting to have emanated from her was inserted without her knowledge or consent; and expresses an opinion that we ehould bare exercised more caution before inserting an advertisement calculated to work an injury to a person's reputation. Wo ex press our extreme regret at having been mis led in the manner it is now clear we were, and can only Bay that the person who inserted the advertisement being a connexion of Mrs. Coutts', and assuring us that he had that lady's authority for the action he was taking, we did not for a moment suspect his bona fides. New MAOIST RATE.-Mr. George Dines, of Warwick, has been gazetted as a magistrat...
Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Sydney. ? (YBOM OUB OWN OOBREBPONOINT.) April 12. A motiBter moss meeting of all the miners in the Hunter district has been called (or Wednesday next, to discuss the affairs of the coal trade. Much dissatisfaction has been expressed at the attitude of the masters at the conference. The probabilities are that there will be another strike. There was a row lost evening between the Celestials In the Chinese quarters at Bathurst One was severely wounded in the head with a tomahawk.
Closure of our Streets by the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Olobjre of our Streets by the Hallway. AT the meeting of the Municipal! Council held on Thursday afternoon | last, a letter was road from Mr. ROBERT | Q-EATBON bringing under the notice of the Aldermen a question of importance j to the general bulk of the ratepayers. The closuro of throe of the principal cross-Btreets of the town is a matter that has been frequently before the no tice o? the present and past Councils, but, whether it be from the fact that our city fathers in dealing with the matter never appear to be able to look at it as seriously as it undoubtedly de serves, or whether they are careless what the result may be, we cannot say, but the fact remains that they are now no nearer the object they are supposed to have in view than they were at start ing. Of the six streets crossed by the line of railway three have been closed, to the inconvenience, and in many in stances, the loss of land owners in the neighborhood. Now if our Councillors are not solicitous for the interes...
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will alreadys reject personal communications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. [The IWiior uill no I be responsible /or any opinions »&lt;' I'iejrs wyn'OscZ ly corrrnjion .fen./o.u&lt;1 will always rcject personal mm wiuiij'cjfions irufcs.s on snhjt'ctti of public importance, and ifuaraiitceJ by the sijiKi turc of the nul/ior.] Municipal Irregularities TO Tim KDITOH OF HIE WAKW1CK AttOUS. Si u,-The majority of the Warwick Town Council may he commended for reenrding nn emphatic negative ugaiiiRt the cxcobsgb to which poor ratepayers have recently been inttoduccd. The ruinouB scale on which public improvements were inaugurated during the past month was shown hy the BUUI total of the Finance Committee's report presented at the Council meeting Jast Thursday. From this report I find, that after satisfying all their obligations the corporate credit at the Bank reached the munificent sum of fifteen shillings. Tins is certainly most discredit able, when wo remember that the old council I in February last left a handsome balance to the c...
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Brisbane. [FUOM OCR OWN COUHKSPONDENT.] TUB past weok lias nofc boon fraught with incidents of inlcrest to your renders, and it is no! without difficulty that "your own," in this silliest of silly seasons, can find tho wherewithal with which to fill a corner of your columns. However, as lamentations and bewailing arc quite 1 ho "(on" just now, I will not plead a loss faRhionablo plight than uiy neighbours, who apparently have their hands full at present in their endeavours to cram the public uiaw; eo, with that under standing between us, I will just do what I can to give y°u un idea of what is doing in this fair metropolis. First of all wo have had the South Brisbane Election, resulting in the victory of the Freetraders. The free and in dependent were not to be had by a 'Prentice hand on this occasion, and ergo, the would-be progenitors of native industries in that par ticular electorate continue to struggle for a heavier handicapping of the thousandand one little cl ccleras which b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
GOOD NEWS FOR TUB Public of Warwick. R. WILKINS' GREAT onine uus Will bo Contlnned at the PRESENT LOW PRICES " As per Lists and Small Bills during the WHOLE OF THIS MONTH. NotwithstandingHeavy Shipments of WINTER GOODS! Having Arrived since STOCKTAKING! The Advertiser ;I'b happy to say, that owing to the Lai^e patronage received, his ' ' 8T0CK is i" j j Reduced very Considerably ! But in order to carry out tlie present Arrnagoment, 1,1,,^: , IT MUST GIVE WAT STILL MORE BARGAINS Never before beat! of in the District _ "W1LBBE OTFE&ED tft SVSJt? BSPABTMENT. THE ea3^imnrs£B£i IS IN FULL SWING. I GROCERIES I I ' AT POST PBXCS BOORS I AT ENGLISH PRICE. TERMS-CASH ONLY No Credit Customers WANTED AT TITO TELEGRAPH STORES. RUSSELL WILKINS, Telegraph Stores, 331 I IF YOU ARESIOK DO NOT DESPAIR. ' TRY CLARKE'S LIVER AND BILIOUS PILLS. j THEY have brought many a one from tho &lt;'d^o of tho gravo ! Everybody xv^n hns cvor I uec&lt;l lliom, believes in them. Liver Compla...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Anticipated War between Russia and China. ST. PETERSBURG, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. |l [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Anticipated War between Russia and China ST. PETRH3BUIU3, April 1. NoTWiTHSTANrmn the donial by the Bus eian Government of the news of an aggressive movement by the Chinese on the river Amoor, | they it36ucd orders for the immediate despatch i of five armed cruisers to the Chinese waters, where alruady there have been a number of Russian war vessels for some time past. This action tends to confirm the reports ro ceivcd, and a belief prevails that in the event of war being declared liussia will not confine her operations to the land, but will blockiule the ports of China and conduct active hostili ties on the sea.
Rust in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Bust in Wheat. Thbocqh the courtesy of the Under Secre tary for Lands we (Courier) are enabled to state as follows the conditions under which the experiments in connection with tho reward for the discovery of a cure for rust in wheat arc to be undertaken: ), 1 be cure to be proved to bo successful during three consecutive seasons in Queens land. 2. The area to be experimented on not to be less than twenty acres i but separate areas inay be operrited on provided they ore not more than four in number, and the area of each not less than five acres. S. Tho cost of the application of tbe euro to bo within the means otlhe growers of wheat, and not to reduce materially the profits of the crop. 4. : Tie wbe^t to bo operated on to be capable of , producing .a good marketable flour. 6. The crop operated on should be clean in the midst -.of,others frhichare affected by rust. C. The . ^election of, the; ground for tho experiment, and of the seed, to be subject to tbe approval of'iuch persons as...
Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening* BaTCEDAV'S Courier says:-Business during the past week has boon comparatively quioi, but there appeurs to be a somewhat more hopetul feelmij abroad, which has been con siderably encouraged by tlio manner in which tbe selectors' rente wore met on the 31st of March, an well as by the fact that tba "fourth" ned off very fairly, though this latter is no it partly owing to the greater degree of caution now exercised in giving credit. The steamers that have sailed for the north since our last hare all taken good cargoos. In the produco market wo learn that good nraiic is scarce, and tbat the supply of oaten hay also is somewhat short. Wholesale dealers give the following quotations Maize, Is. lOd. to 2s. for good quality; oaten hay, best, £3 10s. to £4; luoerno, £2 5s. to £2 10s.; lucerne chaff, 43 to £4; mixed chaff, £3 10s. to £4; Adelaide bran, M 10S. to £7; seed oats, 3s. 8&lt;1. to 8s. Od.; feed oats, Ss. 3d to 3s. Gd. ; barley, 2s. j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
HENRY BOYLE, AnOBNSFj SOLICITOR, & PROOTOI jAiCTBm-e'frBIET. Waek-iok. : .i The Building Trade. W4.I^,A0^~& GIBSOl, Y^ABPENITEltS,: BUILDEIiS, & GENIM] \J CONTRACTORS, 1 OtTY-BTBEKT, WARWICK. 70S f* &lt;H*»! ^ v W; GAISFORD, 0W»Mit«r>BbUil«r,lca«Mi«lOQnt ? Praor-ariiM'r, Wahwick, Supply Of PU>d A >?d ,flA.Rp\VOOD. of «l| JefegtaA "krid dirrihrijirtDB,' At lowest rutei. 8S C, G. "CONVEY; , Otflwntw, bttlldttr, Cfeieril Conl tnwtor, >?? 3?n»K«'xm> Odt-btr**T, WARWICK. vtit-.T-irll )r. |.. tss ,1." I.".,' ,, , ' . ;,BXiTu ERG, v(N«'t ,dpot,, to , ttoUljl ..i ni .. U'jrjti 07.^ jemmmm . lorFAMILIEtiJ .-.?'w wi-s-iifj Hfc81\&lt;OE,A88'TABLE. , j ?WML Spirits only k#ptj ll'-IM '>lJT .'rtuiU p®"' 'TT.' ifcj,*, , I.iffitosmim' ? -j R, ' JBoVJClj J&!OXE)ri, ? . ? '?* Q«m»»;&lt;rfPiJnieHii.*nd&lt;Jr*fiion street*, i £880 J?' /-' .httl'.lft: T- ,'!? i' "i. ' . 11 .1 ? KMyt-Qlfirdlfv Mwtfi BoUX tit TTonmci/l T^r Q...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHEED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, APRIL 18,1880. More O[?]eeseparing. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880
'lite Watwiffc Jlrgus. TlpirBLtBHED TWICE A. WEEK.] ^yAjiwiCK: SATURDAY, APRIL 18,1880. Store. Obeeseparing. -THE present Government appear to be 'liaV|ng no'stone unturned in the di ' ration of .economy. Wo were sur ;p03ecl about twelve months since by ! the: sudden dismissal o£ a hoatof work-' ing men from the Locomotive shops at Ipswich,.and Queeusland to-day is a jlomjrih one respect by the enforced expatriation of many sober old colo nists, -whose steadiness and thrift fir; * aeries of years had enabled them to amass little properties which Slaced them in a quasi position of in ependence. Wo can speak from a personal knowledge of many of these deserving employes, and may safely predict that to replace their equals in steadiness, and mechanical skill, will prove a protracted and inconvenient process. It was argued by many jour nals at the time that such sweeping dismissals, although perhaps justified by surrounding circumstances, might have been mitigated very much, by the disch...