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The Warwick Races. ACCEPTANCES AND GALLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

The Warwick Eacsa. AND UAT.UjJ'b. Hitoki: procv-ding lo yon :m account r>]' my on llni W.iv*vi<-k course, the ]i:-t of nnvptani'es tortile Handicaps, which <:1o,;i'il mi Thursday evening at Mi-. lVter M'li. o's in iy lie giwu at iIn* outlet. Firnt «>f nil the "Warwick Handicap, and the acceptances dosed with uevon good one.s loft in. They are us follows :- King Oole, Ost.; Orphan, Hsl. Olbs. j .Sunrise, 8st. Jllbs. ; The llarber, Ssl. lillis. ; Satirist, Hfet. ; Choi-inter, 7st. i!lhs. ; Othello, fist 2lhs. In the Flying Handicap we have Sydney, Sst, l^lhs. j Orphan, SM. lilba. ; Decoy, 5/it. 2lbs ; Son^pray, ual. lu the Warwick Turf Club Handicap, a (wo mile ispin. there are King Co]'.*, Hsl. l^lljrf. ; Orphan, Sst.libs. 5 ftmniK'', hst. lilt.; Tin.' Burlier, Sst. ; Satirist, 7.4. 13lbr. ; Chorister, 7«t. I may «nUl that the haudi capper has boon Huccessful in giving every hut isfacLion all round. 1 was out this (Fri day) morning iu time to welcome even ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Messrs. Overend and Co's Contract. ARRIVAL OF THE BALDWIN ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Messrs- Overend and Go's Contract. AEU1VAL OF TUP- 1JALDWIN KNGINE. PEtuur.s the greatest fiteaui acquisition, in point of eflieieney and economy, is the Baldwin locomotivo engine which catne lo Warwick this week, manifesting it6 immense powers of traction by dragging from Ipswich 110 less a load than 120 tons over the Main Range as for ns Toowoomba, and 240 tons from tbut town to Warwick. The name of this stealing Sampson is the " Queenslander," and, judging from tlic number on the plate, the great firm in Philadelphia have turned out nearly five thousand locomotives in their time. The " Queenslander" is a conspicuous object at this moment, from the fact that it has drawn into Warwick a heavier load than any engine hitherto running on the Southern and Western railway. Of course this engine was made to order, from designs supplied by Messrs. Ovorend, who departed from the Baldwin system of steel fire boxes, by adopting a copper one. Of course the exceptional sub. stitution of the mo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Right Revd. Bishop O'Quinn at Warwick. PUBLIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

The Eight Rcvd. Bishop O'Quinn at Warwick. I'UHLIU KECEPTION. ON Tuesday afternoon all Warwick Earned unusually astir, in consequence of tlio arrival of Bishop O'Quinn from Stantliorpe. 11 lmd boon previously announced by advertisement that bin Lordship would arrive in town about 4.30 j).in. on Tuesday, and shortly after that hour, the Bishop accompanied by a (ruin of admirers passed into town. Before proceeding to a description of Bishop O'Quinn's reception we may well pause, and join in an expression of wclcotue to that truly zealous man, for considering bis advanced yearn, and the tax upon his energies we may well t>ay that, regarding the reported degene racy of the human race, Queensland may never see hie like again. Wc may be somewhat pre sumtivc in passing these remarks, but we do bo in all sincerity. Bishop O'Qninn Iirb now passed the allotcd years of three score and ten, and yet to-day be may be found ap parontly enfeebled by the work of time, but with increasing spirit, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsbile for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personel communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] Lord Macaulay on the National Debt. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [d'/jc ivi'J lc iv >n),'stlilt> /<),. mnj Oj 'i niiul-, i'j' V / t'lf t'Vj>iV ;.?>(.<[ /.:/ rin'i't'Sfithf c/«'ii/s, h'UI it Ih'ii i/.s , tjrc! i»'i'soii<it ' "/u ".I'-' <-JI Mf'-jV./s '(i.'JjJdW'flhY, (Iil({ i/JMjMufcV't' "<(I UlC si'Jihl' ft I TO <./ //if? ff I Lord Macaulay on the National Debt. TO Till: KIUTOU OF THIS WAUWJt'lv AUSl'M. Sjh,-1Tbt4 insiM'lion of Die Jollou-jn;; jj.ir.i graphs from Macaulay's history ol' Kn^land nj;iy bii interesting nnd instrncLivo to your renders ^morally, :is well us 1o tho.so pr.nlui isi« who j«iv» contiminlty hiirpinj* on l)u> ruin ami in.solvuiK'.y thai thoy ts;iy will follow in th" >vok<! of an im'ivnsi! to our public debt. With proper duvelupnu'iil of our Kploiulid nutuivtl rcs'ijurwrf «t national deht is liy no moans to be lv^mlod as a national calamity. Yours, &c.t PKOUKESS. Kuril was llio or.niii of that debt wlilcli has...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Warwick Land Court. THE usual monthly Land Court was hold on Tucsdny last, before Mr. Commissioner Uuino, wlien tho following applications worn dealt with HOMESTEADS. G. Gmyson, 100a., Canning Downs.-Accep ted. H. J. Grayson, IGOa., Canning Downs.-Ac cepted. Mary Miles, 00a., Killarncy.-Accepted. Patk. Grant, IGOA., Wildftsh.-Accepted. I). M'Carthy, IGOa,, Canning Downs.-Ac copied. V, M'Gahnn, !00a., Emu Vale.-Accepted. J. Thompson, SOa., Rosenthal.-Accepted. J, HarriB, junr., 80a., Lucky Valley.-Ac cept ed. CONDITIONAL I'DRCItA6HK. T. Lyman, SOa., Allora. H. M'Givor, flOa., Emu Vale. A. J. Wallace, 80;i., Emu Creek. /rrMCATiONS FOU CEBTH'JCATKS. The following certificates of fulfilment were granted, subject to bailiff's report: J. May, 221a., South Toolburra. G. Cameron, 142S.a., farm Creek. A. Locke, 15Sa., Rosenthal. ST. MAIIY'h, Wauwick.-In connection with the opening services in St. Mary's Koinan Catholic Church, we are informed that the Brisbane Cathedral Clinir will a?sist at...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Russia and China. London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Russia and China. London, April 27. i The Gevmrniient of KuBBia have forbidden the despatch of corn to the Cliinoac forces in Kashgara.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Brisbane [FEOM OUE own COBBESPONDENT.] April 30. The Government intend forming a board to supervise the experiments in connection with the reward for the cure of ruat in wheat. There tie a number of people already competing. The Customs collections at Brisbane for the past month show on increase of ,£120 on the corresponding month of last year.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Press on Australian Meat and Fruit Exports. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

The Press on Australian Meat and Fruit Exuorts. London, April 28. j The Morning Post applauds the energy dis played by the Australians in following up the Stiathleven experiment, and hopes the public horc will countenance it in every possible way. The Telegraph, referring to the importation of Australian fruit in splendid order, per Lusitania, speaks of it oa likely to open out a new and lucrative trade.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Severe Defeat of the Afghans. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Severe Defeat of the Afghans. London, April 29. I Major-Oeneral Doss has defouted the Afghans at Sydabud (P), inflicting on them a lots of 1200 men. The Times states that Lord Carlingford suc ceeds Sir A. H. Layard as British Ambassador to the Court of Btamboul.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

WANTJCDa Situatiuu tis HOOKKEKI'ICH or STOItEKlilil'litt in a Store nr on a Station ; boB )>nd sevcrnl yours' experience, and can product) salinfucloiy rcfercncci. Apply to " A.ll.C," Argus Oflicc. 4.'M) WANTED to be known tliat the C1J13AP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost tho only ono in Australia whero JOINTS of PEIME BEEF can be purchased ul lj<l per 11211. WANTJiD Iloiisokrcnci s to try SAN IJICK SOK'S HAKIM! I'OWDUlt llml SANDKltSON'S WASHING (JltYSTAI,. Sold by all Unicorn, n»<l Wholesale hy 1\ BANDEKHON, Kelvin (iiovc-ioud, Diiabniic. !>7i round, A IIIIKCH or KHYS. Owner can linvo Kimu liy applying at tlio JrQ«s offlco and paying eusst ol tliirf inlverlisnient. 4.t."i Bank Notice. rpim Local 11ANKS will beopenodat nine J. o'clock mill cloacd nt half past eleven on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY; -llli ami fltli ind., fur llio liicos. 4HS Allora and Spring Creek PlougUiug Match. TIIH ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH in connection with tlio Central Downs Agricultural ami ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Goschen. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Mr. Goschen London, April 28. The Telegraph states that Mr. GoBcbon will probably bo appointed English A mbass&dor at | otamboul I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Melbourne. OfiOlf OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April SO. The Meat Preserving Comfany ask a, draw back of one third of a penny per lb. A laborer employed at the Exhibition to day, fell a distance of 95 feet, and was killed. DEATH OF MBS, BOBEBT GRAYSON.-It is with feelings of sincoro regret that we have, this week to chronicle the above sad event, which look place on Tuesday evening' last the 29th inet The deceased lady was the wife of Mr. Bobert Grayson, who for many years held the position of Sub-Inspector of Police in this district. The deceased lady came to the colony with her parents twenty flvc years ago, and has been a resident of the Downs ever since. Both herself and her husband were well known and deservedly respected members of the community, and we believe we are correct in saying that the bereaved family have the genuine sym pathy of nine-tenths of the inhabitants of the town and district. Mrs. Grayson was the mother of ten children, most of whom fortu nately are well advance...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A QUEER STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

A *TJEER STORY. Is told of the Winter Paloco of the Czar, whiijh, may be givcnes illustrating tho great ortoiitofthe place, nild the possibilities of mischief itafforde. In the time of Nicholas, tfcefatiier oftbe present Cear, a number of ..enbjeswere posted on tho roof to guard us4nit file or foes, tending tho climate up tib^e not «J together BO comfortable as could bo wished, this permanent watch at length contrived to convey on to the roof the .materials for a. number ofliute or cabins, which In course of time they erected under -ttio ahplterof the chimney stacks. 80 snug ; taii amy didihBymanago to make themselves thai'it at length occurred to the married men timing them that, a* there was plenty of loom up there, they, might as well enlarge thtfreitablishmentB. Accordingly wives and ><amlli«a,'oiiB otter another, found their way Htmtonto theilmperinl leads. Several of the eWtflemenibersof tho guard, finding such a tempting opportunity of setting up house keeping e...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
London Art Union London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

London Aii Union London, April 27. The second pnie in tbe London Art Union was won by Mr. E. Philips, of Ade laide.

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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

Sydney. (FROM oca OWN CORIIKBPONDKNT.) April 30. Deputations from the Exportment Com mittee in connection with the Agriaultural Society, waited on the Treasurer to-day, and asked permission to lease the land at Glebe Island, for the propose of building a freezing store preparatory to shipment. The Treasurer expressed sympathy with the movement, and promised to consult his colleages to forward the decision early. The half yearly meeting of the Bank of New South Wales, has proclaimed a dividend and bonus equal to seventeen and a half per cent, per annum, and adds .fi 10,000 to the re serve fund.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAIL NEWS. WHAT ARE THE IRISH LANDLORDS DOING TO MITIGATE THE DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

MAIL NEWS. WHAT ABE THE IRISH I,ANDL01il>S DOING TO MITIGATE THE DISTRESS. This question Iuih boen asked l>y a contem porary, who argues it out nB follows:-It is | truo that the English Mansion House Fund has roaohod the rospectable auin of £6U,U00 ! but this has been largely arndo up by colonial contributions. Thy Castlo lma collected £49,956 and the Dublin Mansion Iiouso f £67,681 and much of both funds is due to foreign contributions. Some Irish landlords have given £10 some £50 some cvon £100; but, where are the men who have given ill propor tion to their income p It is itiBuflkient to ray thatlandlords cannot do more limn assist tliuir own tenantry. We grant that men of small incomes ana heavily-burdened estatos may property claim exemption. But what about others t Wc will leave out of the question those whose ineome docs not exceed £6,000. There arc more than 100 landlords with rentals ranging between £6,000 nnd £10,000 Are these too poor to add substantial sums, once in...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Ministry. London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

The New Ministry. London, April 27* I Sir W. V. Harcourt, Q.C., fans been ap pointed Home Secretary, and the Duko of Argyle Lord President of the Council. Mr. Gpecben, who was nominated President of the Board of Trade, and Lord Kosebory, Secretary for the Colonies, have declined to accept seats in the Ministry. The Bight Hon. J. Bright has joined the Cabinet, accepting the office of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. London, April 2S. The Bight Hon. W. E. Gladstone has suc ceeded in overcoming the difficulty which he experienced in the formation of the new Cabinet, at the expense of considerable con cessions to the Badical party. Lord Spencer has boen appointed President of the Council instead of the Duke of Argyle DB previously announced. The latter noble man will be Lord Privy Seal. Lord KStaher ?ley is appointed Secretary for the Colonies Sir C. Dilke is tinder Secretary to the Foreign Office; Mr. Leferre, Secretary to the Ad miralty ., Mr. Adam, Secretary to the Public Works ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

NOTICX OFBEMOVAL. TKB* WARWICK ABOUria now printed -<1iiiiiiiwuin In those new commodious HlHidm directly op IVMrtf 'O* Town Hall, wfcero nil order* Wi->MMWiilMtlw» ten reqaettei. to fce NOTICE. OUR ACCOUNTS for tbe past Qnortor hare been delivered, and an Early SETTLEMENT of tame will oblige. Overdue Accounts remaining unpaid at the end of the current quarter will be placcd in the bands of n Soliottor for recovery. ARTHUH MOBGAN. -JLttlu.Qi&ee, Wiiwick, _ April, t880. Vails Close at Warwick. VIA Melbourne and Q*JJe- .. ., About May 2nd VIA Sydney ud Sun Fnmdsco- .. About May Kth ». .. On May 10th, at 11 a,m. JtUUVAb if WARWICK : VIA XelbotiRM and Ctalte-. ,, .. About May 3rd ViA6ydfttffe4i48ib.Flniid«Qa~ .. About May Ifith VIA l£mr Abont May Kth

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The Viceroy of India. LONDON, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUB SPECIAL MESSAGK.] The Viceroy of India. LONDON, April 27. IT is thought probnMc thnt Mr. Gladstone will appoint the Marquis of Eipon to Buccccd Lord Lytton as Viceroy of India.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MAY 1. 1880. Horseracing as a Public Amusement. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880

lite Wftwicft - jpPTOtatBMP TWICE i. WEEK.] WAgWICg: SATPBDAY. MAY 1. liio" HorMnelnx m » 2>nbUc Amassment. Tkxbe mm #pinp pessimists ip the world who, unaSt the cloak of religion, would flojf us" WW- from'such a place as a jaeecourie. They'view the atmosphere of a racecourse M the quintescecce of everything Satanic, the very personifi cation of evil; but . we fall tp take the same extreme view as some of our well meaning neighbors> appeir to do upon the aUesM wrnftral influence of the iMeSAm.SlAn assemblage of persons tm4e^4nT%ireoizntanbeB will invariably attract au sorts and conditions «f men, and even at the opening of a Church the slippery *$)iief jcuinpt be deterred from exercising hu, illegal hand. The th^^ve^&.jbas as much affinity to hf^,||a^)^,A( ^e.,|ia8 with any public benevolent movement. Questionable characters cannotbe-excludod from the racecourse, which is open to all from l<igh to taw,,j$taJ£F«jmier of the colony '.nd the Uaotfingered card s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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