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

IKDEMNDENT8-JTB8T UrNINOe. u. m-jxaiiy, c. Anderson 0 S. French, c. Anderson 8 C. Wilson, b. J. MacanBh ... ... ... 6 J. Hutcheon, b. J. Macansh ... ... .0 S. Crowther (Captain), b. Or. Pullen, jutar. IB B. French, run out C P. M'Dermott, c. Anderson, b. Pullon ... 0 M. Smith, run out X G. P. Barnes, b. Pullon 1 D. Millar, not out 4 W. Furneua, rnn ont. 6 Sundries 1 Total 47

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WARWICK ARGUS. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1880. A Model Address. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

TtflCB .A WE^K.] | PVH8DAY,. APBIL 27. 1880. i Zl Wb are indebted; tojtho Brisbane Qb Uerrer for giving publioity to one of the {hottest tirfcdetfof .tfbute, heaped by one lpoliti«H*' pMty'iipon j;ftnother, in a lOdMim flfhich baS been prepared gor signature by' itie Opposition for presentation to their" leader,, the Hon. SkWJKL jGsiyi'iTH, Q.C. We - know notwhivthd utilkof ".themisgoverned thinking, men''in the colony consists fctj'or whe^r t^pj/ werethe compilers of the very extravagant and ill advised jMUUtMrof'autttierwhich 'the Obiener was induced to publish. Tbe HON. jjftf. GapKTH hae not yet received the Vough " ^iiuj Ebbiin'.,l to which oppo sition signatures are being solicited at thhnnobienVbut, *e can' well under stand that when the malisious docu ment conies .^to. hand be will exclaim "Savf^p .from my friends," foramore disreputable' 'letter we have never percbed. Onr readers may ask from whom does>.-thiss!effusion emanate? Of, course, we cannot distinctly suggest, al...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

SECOND INNIN08. G. Pulton, junr., b. M'Nally C. Boss (Captain), o. Furness, b. M'Nally Jos. MacanBb, c. M'Kinley, b. Crowtber... D. Anderson, b. M'Nally K. Armstrong, c. M'Kinley, b. Crowtber... D. O'Grndy, ran oat J. D. Macansh, b. M'Nally... , ... A. Jones, b. M'Nally ... * J.Beibalt, c. S. French, b. Crowtber ... G. Pullen, aenr., o. and b. Crowtber ... 6 J. Rigby, not ont 6 j Total 31 ? Total first innings ... ... pi Grand total ... ... r 92 BowLiNa ANALYSIS :-M'Nally-GG balls, . 1G runs, 2 maiden overs, 5 wickets. Crowther I -61 balls* 16 runs, 4 maiden overs. 4 wickets. I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The New Ministry. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [RENTER'S AGENCY.] Th» New Hinlstry LONDON, April 23. TUB Marquis of Hartington bad an audience wilh the Queen yesterday, when it iB under stood tic waived bis objection to undertake the formation of a Ministry. He returned to London last night, and immediately bad a long interview with Lord Granville and Mr. Gladstone. It is understood that Lord Hartington will return to Windsor to-day, and have another interview with her Majesty, when it is stated be will decline the Premiership and pro pose Mr. Gladstone for the o&ce. It is con sidered probable that Mr. Gladstone will be summoned by the Queen in the course of to day. Later. This afternoon Mr. Glodstoue was sum moned by the Queen, and was joined by Lord Hartington, Lord Granville, and the Dulco of Westminister.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Cricket. ON Saturday afternoon the match between the Canning Downs and Independent Clubs was resumed nt the Queen's Park, when, as will be seen from the scoring, the latter won by one run and two wickets. The weather might have been more propitious, but the disadvantage of an occasional shower and an adverse condition of the elements woe, of course, equalley balanced. The Independents thus score their first victory, and they follow this up, we understand, by challenging the Zingari's for (lie 8th and 15th May. CANNING DOWNS -FIRST INNINGS. G. Pullen, senr., b. Furncss ... 0 J. G. Macansh, c. andb. M'Nally 18 .Tas. Macansh, c. and b. M'Nolly 22 D. Anderson, c. French, b. M'NalJy ... 4 G. Pullen, junr., b. M'Nally 0 J. D. Macansh, run out 2 C. Rosa (Captain), b. Crowther 2 R. Armstrong, b. M'Nally 0 D. O'Gmdy, b. M'Nally 6 J. Rigby, b. M'Nally 3 A. Jones, not out 2 Sundries ... 3 Total CI

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. mm "WARWICK AROUS"is now printed x apt put)iimlied In thoce new oommoiUouB nimMw in Palmwrln-atreet, directly op potite tto Town Bail, where all ordor» BaTaoMmnnlefttloni are reaneited to be IT,*1 _ ARTHUR MORGAN, i titlHi. NOTICE. OUH ACCOUNTS for llio past Qunrtor have been delivered, anil an Knrly SETTLEMENT of Bamo will oblige. Overduo Accounts remaining unpaid nt the eod of tbe current quarter will be placed in tho hands of a Solicitor for recovery. AHTIiUlt MORGAN. rri^romssrwawiok, April* 1880. »" .Ij Y' *,»<ir WANTED a few Beapeotable,. BOABD ERS. Apply to Mm BDTCHW war St Murk's Church, Albion-stmet, Warwick. . . ? ' ANTED to be known that the CHKA$ MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP in almost tho only one in Australia; where i f QXNira ^p>C PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lja per ,!». 1129. - 11. WANTED Houaeksepen to try SANDER SON'S BAKING \P0WDERi and SANDERSON'S WA8HlNavi0RVftrAL. Sold by all Groeore, and Wholeatle 'turf SAUDERSON, Kolviu Grore-road, B...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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ARRIVAL AT WARWICK: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

AAFCTVMF AT WARWICK : Vu Melbourne «nd OMle- .. .. Aboufc May 3rd :: IVSSt^iSiK

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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English Mails Close at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

English Mails Close at Warwick. I . Vuffenummfe^fld<HUe- .. About May 2nd VuBydnerandBan Fnu)d§co- AlioutMnyllt. Tu TOITM Straita- .. .. On May 10th, at II a.m

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Inglewood Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Inglewood Divisional Board. (BT A COBRESPONDENT.) THE above board having been formed, two of tho elected members-Messrs H. Passmore and J. Wilson took the initiative by convening by ad vertisment, the first meeting of tlio board at the Court House, Leyburn, on Friday last, the IClh April. The notice not being responded to by enough members to form a quorum, as required by law, a meeting of the rate payers was held. About twenty of the leading residents and ratepayers assembled. Mr. Passmore was voted to the chair and in opening the meeting read two letters, dated the 6th and 10th inst., respectively, he had received from the BoturningOfficer, Inglewood. The former letter advising him (the Chairman) to take immediate steps for coiling tho first meeting, and the latter requested his attendance to the first meeting of the board at Inglewood on 23rd inst. The Chairman, after commenting on the letters Just read, thanked the ratepayers in placing him at tho head of the poll, but if Inglew...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Farmers' Meeting at Lower Swan Creek. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Farmers' Meeting at Lower Swan Greek-1 [FHOM A CONRESPONDENT.] ACCORDING lo advcrlisment, a meeting was hold at llic SLute School, Lowor Swan Creek, on Thursday evening last, for the purpose of forming an Agricultural Socicty. There was a large meet ing assembled and the l oom was well lighted, the table in front of the chair man well decorated with a large variety of Sowers from tho garden of Mr. J. T. Wilson, together with a silver oup won by Mr. Wilson at the Drayton and Toowoomba Agricultural Society's show, which attracteda good deal of j attention. E. L. Thornton Esq., J.P., [ occupied the chair, and in opening I ho meet ing, said ho was glad to see such a large attendance 011 that occasion. He Raid : You all know that this meeting is called to form a farmers' association ; such associations are formed in Victoria and Adelaide and work well and are doing a good deal of good, and in a large farming district like this same resutsl ought to bo attained. Mr. Thornton inado long op...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Ministerial Appointments in England. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Ministerial Appointments in England. April 20, I The Courier's special states tliat I*ord Solliorno litis been appointed Lord Chiuiccllur, lx)rd lliirtington to the India Office, llio lion. W. 11. Foster, ay Irish Secretary, Mr. Childers n» Colouiul Secretary, and the Duke of Argylu iuj President of the Council.

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Brisbane Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Uriah ana. [FUOM OUU OWN COEBEBrONDENT.] April 20. An iron safe weighing nearly three hundred pounds, containing gold, notes, and documents worth £700, has been stolen from tho liar land Company's store at Gilfecrton. The tracks of barefcet, supposed to be Chinamen's have been traced from the store to tho river, and were there lost.

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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Brisbane (FROM Ol'B OWN CORHESrONDENT.) April 23rd. THE diflieully in defining the constitution of the main roads of the colony seems to be at present, a Mte noir between the Govern ment and the various Divisional Boards Lately elected, and indeed judging from the at* tempt already made townrds a solution, the problem promises to remain an open one for some time to come at any rate. To mosl people who, from actual experience, arc well calculated to form an opinion in these mnt toru, the whole question seeuis to bo contained in a nut shell, and rcsalvcs itself, <lc-novo, in the very simple hypothesis tlmt the true diffi culty oxistR in finding thoroughfares which may truly be doKiguaU'd roads. The assump tion by the various Hoards that these roads are to be proclaimed and maintained by the Central Ooveinmeut, must surely arise from a misunderstanding of the Act, for no Minis try would surely condescend to Bplit straws on the subject, more especially, when tboy well know th...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 60. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN COBIlKSrONDENT.] April 20. Tlu1 Coffee* Pulace Company declared a divi dend of twenty (20) per cent to-day. The total amount received on uocount of the Famine fund in Ireland up In Saturday was .£27,500. There in a mini of £2,000 in liuud to be forwarded to Dublin atonee. Ilovurhiy, the deputy controller of priwoiiH, lias been cominilU'd for trial on the charge of ouibee&lumcnt. The Mkvukim Cur.-Wo hear that. Mr. Jacob llorwitr. M.b.A., haw given tlie libcml donation of £25, towards the Warwick Mem bers Clip. This is cortuinly generous on the purl of the member for Warwick, and will be duly iippivciiib'd by nil loveiu of epoetin** generally, the Warwick, meeting in particu lar.

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Severe Engagement near Ghuznt. [?] BOMBAY, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Severe EnEurement near Ghnznl. BOKBAT, April 23. Intelligence has been received regarding a desperate attack uinde by the enemy upon General Stewart's forces when in the vicinity of Ghunii on the 10th ioBtant. The Afghans numbered fully 15,000 j but after a sharp con flict General Stewart succeeded in inflicting a severe defeat upon them. The number of killed and wounded among the enemy was veiy large, but the extent of the British loss is as yet unknown.

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Mr. Gladstone Premier LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Mr. Gladstone Premier LONDON, April 24. Mr. Gladstone hod an audience witli the Queen yesterday afternoon, when he was offered and accepted the Premiership. He would also hold the portfolio of Chancellor of the Exchequer. He will immediately pro ceed to the formation of a now Ministry. An opinion prevails that Earl Granville will ac cept office ob Secretary for Foreign Affairs, but no definite appointments have yet been made.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Stanthorpe. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

Btanthorpe. [rnoM OUB OW,N CORRESPONDENT.] April 2G. The Bight Kev. Dr. O'Quinn, Father Hcnnebcry, and Father M'KiernaD, will leave here to-morrow morning at eight o'clock for Warwick. Thoy expect to arrive about half past four o'clock in the afternoon.

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British Occupation of Ghuzni. BOMBAY, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 April 1880

British Occupation of Ghuzai, BOMBAY, April 23. I After General Stewart's victory on the 19th instant, he ordered hie troops to occupy Ghusni in forco, and the vanguard conse quently entered the town on the following day* without meeting any resistance.

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

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PEOOTOE, PaUf*pi»irBTEEBT, WARWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE"& GIBSON CABPENTEBS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, . i . ? Out-STEBBT, WARWICK. ; ? 768 . [A CARD.] W'J GAISFORD, 0*4feebt«ii;BBM6i,lfeGeneitf (tontractor, ? IPFFNWF'K- '' ' ? O! WKE. H^RjpvftpP, of oil; Jeijgtiij *ha. djJnwiiionB, atwWest rates. 8S5 ] '? ~ i'TRWR&'RCONIIEY, l«*ilud_!i..I. 1'BJ.iMw ' tlAnbval ' CI ' BtUder. a&a General Con ?v,T - -'/^foafntar..'' .li'iW'WMifr 6tnr:jBTB**M, WA*wich^' tAO*sD']' 'i PALMERO, L Cpiolsterer, Matress I ,»TiaaW, Hiker, ^^' it|pmoW>'B<fliny Ilotcl), ;;WAiwwok. . , .Jpipar^i jrorl pt nil descriptions at I topromjmy,f^modprate jMees.' , 896 TFLGTMIYAL HOTEL, VTa*whx, . . ,?! raOPBIETOE, A 'PI&SX'OIiAfiS TABLE. Beat Wines and Spirits only kept. ' '~~ Ctob» *8TABLIMO. 'Z'W><VVfc BEIDGE, "", ;. itoYAkj BCOTEX,, '' Cttftetof Pslmerin and Grafton-streeta. \ 6880 fffap...

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Allora. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Allora. [I'liOlT OUIl OWN COKriHPOKDENT.] is my unpleasant duty to announce the death of Mrw. John Holmes. The Bad event took plitcc at her vobido.nee, Simpson's siding* Clifton, on the22ud April at the age of 4G years. The funeral was largely attended by a num ber of sympathising friends. The Bcv. Heury lkul^e, IVesbyterian M iiiintor at Allora, officiated. Mrs. Holmes has loft a husband and nine children to mourn her lose. The weather is all that cau be desired and tho t'onnjry on nil sides looks well, and pro* mises an abundance of grass for the winter; (he corn crops promise to yield heavy this On Wednesday Inst a number of Municipal canes for sums ranging from Hi to £46 were submitted for adjudication at the Petty SoHsioiw here all of which were decided in favor of the Corporation. The Town Clerk appeared on behalf of the Corporation. Several of tlie defaulting ratepayers were very much BUiprised at the result, as in several cases the rates had beon accruing for a num ber of ye...

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