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A New Peer. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

A New Peer. LOUDON, April 21. Mr. Montagus Cony, Lord Beaoonsfield'a Private Socretaiy, has been raised .to the

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sir Charles Gavan Duffy. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Sir Charles Gavan Dufiy Londok, April 21. Sir Charles Gavan Daffy has been invited to beoome a candidate for an Irish borough, in the interests of the Homo Balers.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Lord Hartington Summoned to Windsor Castle. LONDON, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Lord Hartington Summoned to Wind sor Castle. . fcomxwr, ApriK^B. The Queen has Bettor aaa entrusted him .withifto formation of * new Ministry. ,

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The New Governor Tasmania. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

The New Governor Tawnwiia. LONDON, April 21. It fs offioially announced that Mijtjr'Stri'i ' ban, Governor ot the Windward Idimda,' hu beon'appointed Governor (If TbsiBMAh.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dr. Edward Vaughan Kenealy, Q.O. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Dr. Edward Vaughan Kenealy, Q.O. (BY- ONE WHO KNEW HIM.) I FEAR after tuo recent notice on Sir Ivor Guest, which appeared in your columns, that the " knowing line which immediately pre cedes this notice may be regarded with suspi cion, for some of your readers will perhaps feel inqusitive as to the identity of this ubiquitous man who appears to know everybody. I once had the pleasure of meeting Kenealy as 0110 of a eoinmittce who believed in the Tichborne claimant. Whether wo of the committee wore right or wrong in the particular cause espoused by ua need not be questioned here. Suffice to say I havo met him on moro than ono occasion and can relate a few circum stances in connection with the old Doctor, which may be accepted as reliable. When I first became acquainted with Dr. Kenealy a peculiar impression was formed, whilst contemplating that strange countenanco enveloped in a redundancy of black beard, and a robust capillary adornment that lent t# my friend the Doctor a somewhat f...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warwick Petty Debts Court. THURSDAY APRIL 22. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, Esq., J.P) UNDEFENDED CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Warwick Petty Debts Oonrt. THURSDAY APRIL 22. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thomp son, Esq., J.P) UNDEFENDED CASE. J. F. Williams v. J. Piercey, goods sold, £Z 17 Cd. Struck out for nonappearance of the parties. DEFENDED CA8E4. C. Toitiiel v. W. Kluge, goods Bold£l 7s 6d. Verdict for defendant, without coate. Mr, Nicholson for plantiff, Mr. Boyle for defen dant. In the cases T.O'Brion v. D. Bugdon, work and labor, £3 3a.; E. M'Coll v. Same, fork and labor, £4 18s. ; C. Salmon v. Satno, work and labor, £4 Us., tho plaintiffs woro non suited and ordered to pay costs. Mr. Boylo appeared for defendant in each case. POLICE COUBT.-1The business at the Police Court during the week has bee A of an unim portant nature. Several drunkards, male and fomAlc, have been dealt with, and one or two assault cases of n trivial naturo disposed of. Yesterday the Court was occupiod nearly the whole of tho day in hearing a number of oases bearing on the Beieuro of a horse for debt. The evidence was...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Resignation of the British Ministry. LORD HARTINGTON REFUSES TO ACT. LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [BEUTEE'S AGENCY.] Resignation of the British Ministry. LOED HABTINGTON EEPDSES TO ACT. LONDON, April 21. Lord Beaconsfiold had an audionce with the Quoon to-day at Windsor Castle, when he formally tendered his resignation, which Her Majesty accepted. It is generally understood that Lord Beaconsfiold recommended the Queen to entrust Lord Hortington with the formation of a Ministry, but Lord Hortington declined, and intimated his intention of waiving any claims in favor of Mr. Gladstone. 'It 1b mi known whether Mr. Gladstone will consent to

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Allora. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Allora. [FBOM OUR OWN OOBBBSFONDENT.] SINCE the date of my lost communication we havo been favored with a fine down poor of rain on two occasions. Tho farmers have taken advantage of the favorable weather and are busily engaged preparing their lands for wheat planting. Few, if any of them, appear to have boen daunted by their un fortunate experiencoB of last season, and as the weather so far has been favorable, hopeB of good cropn the coming summer run high. It iB surprising the rapidity with which the selectors on tho exchanged lauds are improv ing their holdings-ploughing, fencing, and building going on in all direotions. I hope to, and have little doubt but I shall see the roapir and binder at work on the majority of of these holdings before the end of the year, throwing off many and profitable sheaves. It is a great pity the Minister for Land does not bring a batch more of thcBe lands into the market. Only a day or two ago, a conple of families from New England, with teamB, came...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Cheap Goods! Cheap Goods! Cheap Goods! > onrw > Preparatory to Removal to Now Promises. > o»o-« HUGH GIBLETT Bmb to Inform tho Public that as it is his intention to open his New Promises in Palmeriii Street with an Entirely New Stock, he has decided upon Clearing Out the Stock in the Fitzroy-street Store AT LOW PRICES TO MEET THE TIMES. THE STOCK CONSIST!! OF - GROCERIES BOOTS AND SHOES CROCKERY IRONMONGERY GLASSWARE COLONIAL PRODUCE 1000 PAIB8 LADIES', GENTS. & CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SBOES, At Prioes Moro Favorable to Buyers than those quoted by the Notorious Friccs-Cnttcrs. This it a Genuine Sale, as the Stock Mutt be Quitted to save expense of Removal. I Call Solicited. Bnyors Invited to Compare l'rlccs. This Stock is all New and of Best Quality, and not the Remnants of Years of Trade! H. GIBLETT, Fitzroy-street, Warwick. 894 EMPORIUM. WINTER DRAPERY. WS hate to haad our New Purchases of fiaawnable and WINTER DEAPEEY wmcft we Me iHmjOJPFEEINa at the ' titoffltifimt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

WANTED a SERVANT for Iho Hospital Apply to the MATRON. ? V WANTED GENERAL SERVANT. Appljcto Mbb. T. Brsnnan, Railway Store.- 1-..~ 1-- 414 WANTED a Second-Hand Tlto-Horflc PLOUGH and Pet LEADING HAR. NESS, Apply'1E. F.," Office of tl *0 paper. WANTED a few Bespectable BO/ ID ERS. Apply to Mkh. BUTCIJEII, near St. Mark's CliUrcE. Albion-etroct, Warwick. 417 WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP iB almost the only one in Australia whore JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lid per 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER. SON'S HAKINU POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHINO CRYSTAL. Sold liy nil CiroCL'la, ami Wiioluualu by F. SAKUKIIHON, Kelvin Urove-iorid, Brisbane. 071 XOTICK. AUOOD Supply of SOUND CORN 011 Sulc, Cheap, l>y 410 DROWN & WILSON. New Dray for Sale. TnOT SALE CHEAP, a NEW DRAY; J- will be sold 11 Uarjjuiu. Apply to 413 \VM. COLLINS, Uny-streel. 4 CAUTION. PERSONS ,'irc hereby Cautioned against purcliti&ing any CATTLE or HOUSES branded P2M f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, | PAIjaEIK-STESBT, WjLBWICK. 1034 : The Building Trade. WALLACE-5c GIBSON I CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, ft Gknbhai. CONTRACTORS, Guy-STBDrr, WARWICK. [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Oupenter, Builder, & General Contractor, | -'.>&waa*6iunti Wis WICK. riHliBGR 'YA&D, for Die Supply of PINE,. X (QEDAB/and . HARDWOOD, of all lengths Mid dimensions, at lowest rates. SS6 | .fir.rW f>» . W;r G. "CONLEY, CuptiAatj- . qeneral Oon Frmmr akd Gmr-Brarars, Warwick. ,r. ,, <86 . is "n' ? (HM door to MDermott's Railway Eotel), OUT*8IBX^, , WARWICK. H1 of all ?descriptions at taadsd. td ijcdmptly, at moderate prices. 806 HOTEL, rrSBUKT, Wabwzck. t)j TABLE. «nly:kept.:j ''"7n''iEtoujuwj.'"' p,& k BdTAXi HOXBL, Corner of Palmerin and Grafton-streete. 6880 «' Mefl.qMrf&v ffo«et In Warwick." T|P ^.^^POJjITAN, j -....» 1'ilv PAuaiuv-in-sirr. ;5oBGhAJST Hands and the fnHfo. genemUythat-fce-lias taken the above...

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Southern District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 24 April 1880

Southern District Court. THE sittings of this Court at Warwick took place on Tuesday, before His Honor Judge Paul. Mr. Virgil Power was present as Crown Prosecutor. LARCENY. Andrew Hamilton was chargcd with the larceny of a purse containing two five-pound notes, four one-pound notes, one half sove- reign, and a counterfeit coin, from one Robert Gibson. at the Tunnel Camp, Warwick and Stanthorpe Railway, on the 21st December last. He was found guilty and sentenced to two calender months' hard labour in Toowoomba gaoL LARCENY. You Young, a Chinaman, was charged with stealing £20, two rings, one chain, one piece of blanket, and other articles, the property of Ah Gin, at Warwick, on the 4th March last. An interpreter was sworn, and the prisoner, through him, pleaded " Not guilty." Mr. V. Power prosecuted, and Mr. Nichol son defended the prisoner. The jury returned a verdict of " Guilty," and prisoner was sentenced to two years' imprisonment, with hard labor, in Brisbane gaol.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Vxlhabli Dihcovbby FOB THI HUB.- -Jf yon halt ia turning grey or white, or falling off, mo "Ihe Mejdoan Hiur Eeucwcr, for it wl' f'0"' t«l» Mitorein entry ocue Ores or Wftite Ifa" t0 1U oritinal colour, without leaving tho diaagroo abla am»U of moat " Eeetoroia. It makes the lifcir channlngly beautiful, tie well as promoting thu growth of tho litiir on bald allots,. where the chillis lire not decayed. Aslt yuur CUcimat for ^TheMkxioaK HAIR Kbnkwhu, i>rei>»roil by Hknrv 0. GALLUP, 4U3 Oxford Stroet, London, »ttd»oMbyCbemUt»an<l Porfumeni everywhere .t Jta'63 p»* Bottle. ADVICE TO MOTHERS 1-Are you bi oken in your rat by ft lick ohlldeuflering w»tl» th«l,"no'out' tinxteeth ? flout once to a ohomiat and get a Mtle of Mes. "Wikblow'S SOOTHING BvBur. lt from nun, tna me muu " bright >1 abntton.". It apothei the child And aoftena ihe guni, allay* all pain, relieves wind, regolntea the bowtla, and ia the beat known remedy for dyaente>7 Mid diftrrhrca, whether aiidiu ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

ATTOTION SALE. Hardwood Timber Sale. TO BUILDERS, SPECULATORS. AND OTHERS. 21,000 feet of Prime Cut TIMBEB, 6,000 . feet of SJoring and Weather BOARDS, Mid a Large quantity of BATTENS. C. B. DAYENEY S teati^tione. are to CLEAE THE TAED, npPSG Sale will bo held in Bknjauin'S ?JL Yaud at Eleven o'clock on SYiday Next, 30th April, In lots to suit Buyers. Promissory Note for ,;420, and over token on Purchases. .U.B.-Prime Darkey Flat SEASONED ..WMBEB. . IU UP1' ' i . - iidok oat for the Great n ,;Rafflb of Jewellery. 'f^ -cotne off at the COSMOPOLITAN / itJiviHOWlIj OQ "Wednesday: Evening, May 5th, VI r '. . At Eight o'clock, . IBha.tlUiriflcn ofa gentlemen on the Downs. lis th4«aam® complete Sot of Jowellei7 sh'.wrt shcTn by CAPTAIN Davenbt at ?'rtbe tlMf'Scbool iwt Arts . Exhibition, and - wowtaft ;to i much atUaotlon iand admiration. ipome . inTbflOollBotton conaiita'of a . Bracelet Set' In enclosed W Bfisfniie Jowoller, at i iMtiB hnbl«B «uid JjhlllDltdB, .. itte'eentiflman at ^8 gu...

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HOME FROM THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

HOME FliQM' THE WAtl. : > Tho rotum to the«r-old <iuwrteqi, wioh of the Army .Service Corps, who' west thence to 'Zulolana twelve months back, was tho -occasipn of gi$at excjfenjent.p JJ1., News of .their arrivo to W(^hrioh,,and:for sev, leading from thel Arnen Barraoks were lined with crowdsbf people awaiting them, for theboips has been long Btatjonodjn.the jgaftieon, sod itajmemkers arej»«x5lataii)y.T».H(raB ties) withAje local jwulajjoi,. :Maw-of.Ofijlffpn-mMfad them wives and chijaijeij,; who were fiacUnuiy tho mpat eager of trfpthrong about therail way station, and the $atidnce 6t to We exercised during a long period ot waiting. It was past seven o'clook wfaen the special train arrived from Fortumqntli,1 and it was reoeived with a loud c^eer^te which tl)e troop»beartiJy responded froiritbW eai-Hafee windows.« Leav iog^hBtrieggage to-loHoiL.," marohiig ftirtmgh the witf-jc by the mounted bond ortUa ] and votifeioutily ablated by th6rpBtipie; " in defiance bf rfefru...

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Mail Arrangements Court sittings, &c. PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Hail ^txaogepwilp, Court Sittings, &c PETIT DEBTS COURT. Tho Sittings of yds Court arc held fortnightly on tho fliitand tblffl TueaUyta each month.

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MAIL NEWS. THE EMPRESS EUGENIE AND CAPTAIN CAREY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

MAIL NEWS. " THE EMPBESS EUGENIE AND CAP TAIN CAREY. A reporter of the Paris Qaulvii claims to have had an interview with the Empress Eug6nie at Chielchurst. He sayB that the Empress, referring lo the advice she hod re ceived not to go to Zululand, stated that her mind WOB made up, and that there was no arguing 'vitli a sentiment. Then Bhe spoke with burning indignation a gamut Captain Carey, and said he had the extreme impudence to ask to bco liar. She could up to a certain point understand a murderer nBking for an interview with the mother of » son Ju had killed. It would have been sad for her to see the Zulus wlio slaughtered her son, but she would not have refused them ah auQiorice, be cause her son might have killed them accord ing to the InvjB of war; but, ber voice rising with anger, the man who had abandoned Her son she would never admit him to her. presence. The only thing which Beemod to her credible in Captain Carey's account of ihfl'oitaatDbfhe was that the Prince asked ...

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LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

UNp OOUBT. I The April Sitting ol this Oourt will be held on Tues day, (be 27th Inst.

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SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

SECOND rtmmag.. J. Huncheon, run oat 1 D. Miller, run out 3 B. French, c. Pullen, b. Anderson ... 6 S. French, st. Boss 11 8. Crowther, o. J. Macansh, b. Anderson 13 H. M-Nally, st.Boss 1 C. Wilson, b. Anderson G G. P. Barnes, b, J. D. Macansh 1 W. Fulness, not out 1 J. M'Kinley, not out 3 Sundries 2 Total ... 46 Total first innings 47 Grand total 03 BOWLINQ Analtsis J. Macansh-64 balls, 17 runs, 3 maiden overs. D. Anderson, 90 balls, 16 rnns, 7 maiden overs, 8 wickets. Pullen, junr.-80 balls, 11 nins,-2 maiden overs. J. D. Macansh-8 balls, 2 runs, 1 maiden over, 1 wicket. POLICE COUUT.-There woh no business of any public importanae at the Warwick Police Court on Saturday and yesterday. Bba& in mind it is the duty of every one to see that they get full valne for money, when making a purchase. Thompson, the cabinet maker, makes no appeal to the generosity of the public, he asks them to call and compare prices, and workmanship, and in the true spirit of free trade to let the b...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. I From Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoorata, Cauibooya,. Clifton, Heodon, AUom, and T. P. O., duly, (Sundays excepted), at 4'45 p.m., «l*o> from Brisbane, Ijvwicii, and Toowoomba, on Tuesdays. *nd Saturdays,^ llfifr a-m., and bom fwwottnna, on Thursdays, at 10 85 p.m. ? r." . . ' -I' Rom TenUrteid, Jiaiylajid, and New South Wales generally {overland), taffy (Sunday Thursdays ex nrrjUWTX il 7 p.m. min^Jtanttnmf, Qieny Oully, and: Gap, dally tfenm), at 7 p.m. ;lrom Tunnel Camp and Elffht-mlloCreek, nnTiHejltfjsliiiTrililij*. at7p.m.: and from the Thirteen-mile Ofcmp, on Saturdays, at noon. , ki;« Fromtagbum, Pntten, Parke^FbJt, 8outh Tool' aUo,Rom'^^bunMnAOkinbooya,ofcWediieedayi and Saturdays at 4*46 PA./. . From Upper and Lower Swan and Freestone Crook i, DttAMroas-lUius Cu«r, For Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba Camboora, Clifton, Hendon. Allora, aodTimveUlhg Post Office, dally, (Sundays excepted), at ,U ML ; alto, lot Btfabano, Ipswich, Mid Toowoomba, on Tu...

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