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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 April 1880

Halls per E.M.S " Brisbane " 71 A TORRES STRAITS. MAILS for the United Kingdom and (bo Continent of Europe, India, China, ftoVwQl CIX)SE at the Warwick Post Office t ' under .'Xot fclDtwyOxdors and Rogistored Lotto re, on 'FRIDAY, the lflth inet., at 10'30».m. For Netrsp&pnrs and Packets, on FRIDAY, the loth jnst,, at II a.m. " For Ordinary Letters, for all places except the United Kingdom, on FRIDAY, tho 16th inat., at 11 a.m. ? For Ordinary Letters for tho United Kingdom ' only, on SATURDAY, the 17th inst. at 11 a.m. S. MARSHAL, Postinastor. FoetOBioe, Warwick, Aprill2,18S0. 376 : NOTICE. ' tfV®' ACCOUNTS for the past Quarter .JKJ hare been delivered, and an Early SETTLEMENT of tame will oblige. Overdue Accounts remaining unpaid at the odd.of the entrant quarter will be placod in the hands of a Solicitor for recovery. ARTHUR MORGAN. Avgui Office, Warwiok, ..April> 1880.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
" Rhymes for the Times." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

*' Rhymes for the Times." "Is tlis proluuc nnrkct IthIIIOVI nt'ill ramilna qulot, mo<t nf tlin lcaliu< linci buiii^. ilull of tulo at bto . liijticftH id (|ii<>LitiiiiiK. Tiiuru<l'»c< not a\>iHMr t<i he any imm.'iiaUi jiro-nmrt of adiau^c for tlie nutter."-VU»r uuvSvct ru]K>rt.i in the lO'nj papers. Dear A fjiis, \vir your bunder con (Yt» ought- to 8L"i if it is tue by ucon)« VVh.it is the rcisan a' folk »©»> eomplccn ? Yin nays tliu rust has ta'en his crap, Anithm*-coru'n no' worth a rap, And dii.-l talc' tatios, shaws and a', You* c'l-.tn: ? to s '11 thiin U but rum* ! liuc.ou and <;b » ^«# t-ha truth toe toll, Wull ji' bi* mil'Hj ere tlioy tsell, 0 if hulbjr is your speculation, it's aniv (<> bring you Bor.i vexation ; llay wanna bell at ony p.,ica. 1 woudor that we rice I 'ha folk w«td buy't: tliey'vn f,rot bug nico, That tiacthin^ wull g.iu down ava* But wheatun bread «ri' yia...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queensland Agency in England. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

I The Queensland Agency in England. TO TUB EDITOR OP TUB WABWICK AUQU6. Sib,-In persuing the Courier on Thure 1 d'ey evening, I cumo upoa the following letter, which, with your indulgence, I will append in toto, because it is supplemented by Edi torial remarks suggestive of a laxity of duty on tho part of tho Agent-General in London, and his energetic subordinate, Mr. Thomas Hamilton* the Seeretary to the Queensland Government. The loiter is extracted from the London Olobe and ib as follows | Sik.-Some few months a^o thoro nn|>cared in your i widoJy-re*i columns much vafuab/o intarmxtlan about . tho island of Jamaica. 1 have sought in many ways to obtain trustworthy Information about sugar and tobacco planting In Queensland, but have hitherto failed to got beyond the opinions of a pamphlet or two, which ore j not always unbiassed. Some of your many readers tnay I hoahlo to give me tho bonefltof tholrcxi«srience. That Queensland is capable of producing su^ar and tobacco scums to b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adelaide. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Adelaide. Cpbom ova OWN coruespondent.) April 16. The R.M.S. Hydaspes passed Cupa Borda at 12'63 p.m. to jay. bound for hero. IBIGK FAMINE BELIEF FUND.-We find by an advertisement in another column that the last meeting of the Irish Famine Relief Com mitteo will be held in tho Town Hall, at 880p.ro. to-day. Collectors and othora hold ing funds in hand are respectfully invited to attend, in ordor that the account may be closed. THE ToEEK-i STRAITS MAIL.-The departure of this mail is postponed, and we direct attention to an advertisement in another column, giving the amended dates. Money orders, registered letters, and newspapers must be attended to this morning, but letters can be posted on Monday tuorning. DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.-By tho death of Mrs. Elizabeth Bowen, which oc. curred shortly after 8 o'clock on Tuesday morning last, 13th inst., Warwick has loFt another of its old identities. Forty years ago, wlion Mr. Allan M'lnnes, of Glenooe now, wi believe, the oldest resident o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Melbourne. [FROM OUE OWN COIUIESFONDBNT.] April 16. Dipthoria is canning groit alar .n at Hamil ton, eeveial fatal oases are reported nnd others are in the Hospital.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or vic[?] expressed by correspndents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. 'The Alitor tcttt not bo rc«po»i«i(/tc for any opinions or vic.i'3 ctprosc I h\j coi'rcspoji ibiiil*, (Tii'l I'.'iil always rcjticl personal co»u« mujiieaiiouj unlets <m subjects of pnllic imparlance, and guar intcc i b'j the signa ture of ihi mithor.] Ti> TUB EPlTOlt OK HIE WARWICK A HOUR. Siu,-In your issue of the J 3th infit.. up pears an articic headed " A Contradiction" and signed " E. li. Coutts." in which the writer statea Unit the advertisement which appeared in your issue of the 10th inst.» cautioning hoUVlkeepers against supplying hor husband with intoxicating liquors did not emanate from hor . aud farther, that, it was done without Inn* consent or knowledge. In justification to myself, I beg to inform you that the denial by Mrs. Cuutts is a gross direliotioji of ths truth, tii Mr*. Cuutts, io my parlour, aud in presence of witnesses, asked mo as a special favor to hare the advertise ment inserted with her name attached ; and, moreover, to hav...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Sir Ivor Guest. (BY ONE WHO KNOWS HIM.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Sir Ivor Quest (nt ONE WHO KNOWS HIM.) i IT is pleiisumblo to hc.v at any tim.? of the elevation of a man of pood report; one who*? ant?c-*dents will bear the strictest investiga tion. Jt therefore affords mo no alight plosi sure to find from the lataRt cablegrams that Sir Tvor lfcrtie < Sucst, amongst others, U to ; bo luiecd l'» the p.N-ragc. I hiivo the pleasure j of being personally acquainted with Sir Ivor land Lady Cornelia Guest, and I would like to offer a few observations with respect to his | coming elevation in justification of the stop, ' for self-made men or tho sons of men who were the architects of their own fortunes, , deserve the fullest mark of rank which is I ontrusted to lloyal disposition. Sir Ivor I Guest is the eldest son of the late Sir John ' Guest. And who fa Sir John Guest, some of , I your readers may ark. I will ondeavor to j | auswer the question, for it leads up to a ; perhaps, not uninteresting relation of fact. Sir John Guest, formerly Mr....

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Indian Tea for Australia. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [UKUTER'S AGENCY.] Indian Tea for Australia. LONDON, April 12. The Indian Government havo consnntodto contribute JBIOOO towards the expenses in volved in establishing Indian teas in tho Aus tralian market.

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Atalanta Training Ship Missing. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Atalanta Training Ship Missing. LONDON* April 13. I The Ativlanto, training ship, which was re turning from a cruise Ta the West Indies, where she was lately stationed, is reported as missing. No tidings of her have boen re ceived since she left Bermuda, at the end of January lest, and much public anxiety is manifested, owing to 300 men and boys being aboard of her when she left Bermuda. The Admiralty have ordered the Channel Squad ron to Ben immediately in search of the miss ing vessel.

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Resignation of the Viceroy of India. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Resignation of the Viceroy of India. LONDON, April 12. Tue Bight lion. Lord Lytton, Vwcroy and Govcrnor-Gtmoral of India, has resigned his position. He i's to bo croatod an oarl.

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Lord Lytton Created an Earl. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Lord Lytton Created an Earl. LONDON. April 13. THE Right Hon. Lord Lyttoru Vicuroy of India, has been croatod an Earl id Wow of the approaching resignation of tho Ministry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

FOB SALE CHEAP. A KATtK INVESTMENT. THE RAILWAY HOTEL, CHEBBY GULLY, STANTHORPE RAILWAY LINE. Together with Furniture and Stock MICHAEL O'CONNOR, HAVING acoided upon leaving the Colony .Shortly, is desirous of disposing of (hat 'woll-kiiowii and Highly Remunerative Property, T^e Railway Hotel, which is now doing no oxcellent Trade, And from H* position on tlio miiin Warwick Itoml, and in the immediate vicinity of tho Cherry Gaily Railway Station, is unsurpassed on the Line >8 * Business Stand. Tho-'HOTKIj is a most snbstontiol and commodious Building, containing in all Eight Boomsl';in addition to Which thoro is a substantial detached KITCHEN, STABIJES, PIGGERY, and necessary Oat-Houses. Theft is . also a Nice GARDEN under Cultivation, $nd all tho conveoicnccs of an established Home, The ;lFOSNITUKE, which may be taken at a ValuttlOn.^oonsists of Single and Double Iron-Bedsteads, Cedar and Pino Tables' Chairs, Pictures, and all the necessary con comitants for a well appoiuted Hos...

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Another Missing Ship. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Another Missing Ship. LONDON, April 12. Tho Channel Squadron has boon despatched to the Azores to search for tho training ship Atnlanta, which has not boon heard of for eevcDfy-two days. This vessel hod a crew of 800 meu, and WAS successor to H.M.S. Eury diccj which was capsized off the Isle of Wight two years ago.

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Sydney. J [FROM OUE OWN COBBESPONDKNT.] April 16. Mr. W. Forster Una been elected by the Senate of the University, defeating Sir Henry Parkee by two votes only. His Exeelloncy Governor Weld, for the Straits Settlements, and the Japanese Com missioners, returning homo, are passengers by the TorreB Straits mail steamer leaving to-morrow.

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The Elections. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

The Elections. LONDON, April 12. I The total number of members cloctnd up to last night wnR 026. Of these 343 wore Liberals, 227 Tories, and SI Home Rulers.

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The Resignation of the Ministry. LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

The Resignation of the Ministry. 1 LONDON, April 14. I THE Sla.nia.rd, in what appears to be tin official communication, ehitos that the resigna tion of the Ministry has only been deferred in consequent of the absence of the Queen on on the Continent. Lord Bcaconsfield interda to place bis resignation in the hands of her MajeBty as soon as possible after her return.

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The Warwick Handicaps. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

The Warwick Handicaps. TUB following weights havo been declared lor (bo handicaps to bo run at the forthcoming Warwick meet* log Tiib WARWICK HANDICAP.-miles. st, b King Cole, n^cd Sydney, 6 yuan Orphan, 4 yearn Olivia, 4 years Sunrise, ogod La*y Qirl, 0 yean Satirist, 6 yearn Duko of Lyiinc years Zanoo, osjed .. .... Bcryle, 5 years ..7 7 Chorister, 9 years .. 7 2 The Harbor, 4 years 8 2 Otbollo, 2 year* Flyino HANDICAP.-1 mile and a distance, at. lb f Sydney, 6 years .. 8 12 Moth, wed .. Orphan, 4 years ., 8 6 Dotty, 2 yam Zaoco, ayed ,, 7 JO | SoaSju-ay, a years WARWICK Tcm* CLUB HANDICAP.->2 miles, at. lb Kfnff Cole, a^»cd .. g 12 Sydney, 6 years .. 8 10 Onthan, 4 years ..6 4 0)Mi, 4 ye&tt .>8 2 Sunrise, aged ., 8 1 Lazy Qlrl, Uyean ..8 0 The Barber, 4 years 8 0 Satirist, 5 yean Duke of Lynno, 4 years .. .. 7 12 Zanoo, mfod .. .. T Chorister, 8 year* .. . First Love, 8 years.. 6 12 Othello, 2 years .. r ' TIIB Rev. MB. Dandier Lrctdbes.-On Wednesday evening we had ...

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Another Burman Atrocity. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

Another Barman Atrocity. LONDON, April 12. 1 News has been received to the offoct that King Thobau, of Burmah, has caused 700 men. women, and children to bo buried alive, as an expiatory sacrifice to stay the progress of smallpox is thi: country.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

NOTICE. OUR ACCOUNTS for the post Quarter have lii-cn delivered, and an Early SETTLEMEST of aame will olilig-c. . yvefitae Accounts remaining unpaid at the .Bfi of the current quarter will be placed in >IBJ" of B Solicitor for recovery. '<> ARTHUR MORGAN. Amu Office, Warwick, April, 1880. NOTICE or REMOVAL. max"WARW10KA.BQ0B"Unow printed * Ud publiakod in thoae aow oommodtoofl premise* 1b Pulmorln-etroet, directly op posite tin Town Ball, where all ordors aad «mimnnlBatton< are re«Bested to be MMhlnww. - _ ABTHOB MORGAN. September 87,1179. AMENDED MAOOTICE, Malls per B.H.S "Brisbane." VIA TORRES STRAITS. MAIL? for the TJnitod Kingdom and tho Continent of Europe, India, China, &o., will CLOSE at tho Warwick 1'oat OfSoo a« under-: For Money Orders-On SATURDAY, the 17th in»t., at 12 noon. For Booiltered Letters-On SATURDAY, the 17th lint., at 2.30 p.m. For Ne<r«papera and Packots-On SATUR DAY, the 17th Inst., ti 2.30 p.m. For Ordinary Lett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 17 April 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTQRNE Y.BOLIOITOR, & PROOTOK, , PAMreBIN-STBEKT. W'iBWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE" & GIBSON /iWUPtfNTlsllK, IJUII.DHKS, k Genkkal \j C( INTlt ACTOIIS, Guv-htri.et, Waiiwkk. 708 [A CAItD.] W: GAISJTORD, <tapentett Builder, & General Contractor, ":l,! PltRCt-WREST, "WiUWtCK. fflLMBUR VARD, frir'tVe Sniiplr of PISE.i * A' 'CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all 'tyaraharifr dimensions; it lowest rates. 895; ' {CLIU>.J ,,G. CONLEY, Cferpenter, Bnlldejyiwd General Oon-i . tractor, . : FdrittoVAXD fltrr-rroiiTS, WARWICK. ' 886 ,???.> . r: . [ACABI>.) n^llMnw; . l» VI' Ml I HI! I |IM Jlin-Wt <Ne*t door-to - M'Dimnott'a Railway Hotel), .. '!-rr«JOT«IitBBIV'WMtWtbX. . - uroA of all descriptions at-1 teadedto promptly, moderate fcirioes. 896 IBfcaOVAIi HOTEL, " r' 'WAkwici. . ili PROPRIETOR, |>^7^BiitUg'!B.OC>MS for FAMILIES. I A' l|fIE8T-CLA,S8 TABLE. .wid PpiliitB only kept. *' Vi'' ?.: ? .7'' !GH»fij» fpii»MKp. ."."...

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