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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880
To the Worshipful the Junticoa of tho Peaoe, acting in and Cur tbo District of Warwick, | in Queensland. I MARGARET O'CONNOR, widow, ! 9 now residing at Wurwick, in tlio district of Warwick, do hereby give notieo I that it ii my intention to apply at tho next Monthly licensing Mooting, to be holdcn for thia district on the 11th day of May uoxt ensuing, for a PUBLICAN'S LICENSE for the aale of fermented and spirituous Liquors in the house and appartonancfcs thereunto belonging, aituated in Albion-street Warwick, containing three sittiug rooms and nix bed rooms, exclusive of those required by my own family. Tho house ia my own property and I intend to keep it as an Inn or Public House Under the name or aign of the Harp of Erin Hotel. I am a widow having seven children, and have not held a lioenee before. Given under my hand this 20th day of April, 1880 404 MARGARET O'CONNOR. l>th(&lt;Tf'P>vhipfoU'|IieVo>tices of the Peace,] : acting in end w the District of Warwick, -...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 May 1880
HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROOTOR, FAunsBitr-BTBEiT, WARWICK. 1034 The Bniiding Trade- j WALLACE GIBSON I CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GRKEKAL CONTRACTORS, OoY-STBEET, WAltWICK. 708 [A CARD.] W. GA~ISFORD, Gwpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, ;,1PEROY-BTBBBT, Wahwick. mtWBER YARD, for ttie Supply ol PINE, j Jt " CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 895 LCARD.J :y%, G. CONLEY, OujMiw, Builder, and General Con tractor, ^rtlBOVAKD Ocr-BTEKET8, WARWICK. . ?-??,.! 886 [AOAB».] F. PALMERO, CaWnet-mikfir and TJpliolsterer, Matrass j and 3PaIIiasae Ma&er, j (Next door to M'Dewnott'a Railway Hotel), ,&lt;; . GDY-STBBOT, WABWXOK. ' JO|l,-"-Joiner'e work of all descriptions at-1 teBOM to promptly, at moderate prices. """ THE ROYAL HOTEL,] ^AUBBIII-STBKET, WABWICK. J» T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, P&IVATE Sitting ROOMS for FAMILIES. I AFIR8T-CLAS8 TABLE. Beit Wines and Spirits only kept. | GOOD STABMNO. ' , ,J...
BRISBANE ARMY DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
'ABMy DISCIPLINE. The Controversy between Dr. Russell Bad Rir Garnet Wolscley anent the behaviour of the Britith troops In South Africa hu now amused snob important dimensions (hat nothing short of a fulland complete inquiry into the tenth or the falsity of the charges brought against pur soldiers by the well-known con&ponSitot who wrote of the "thin red line" of' BaladnVa, ahd chronicled the sup pression ofthe terrible Indian Mutiny, and whoBA name is now a household word through' " he whple of South Africa, will satisfy the .piiblie, @!r Garnet's report, in / W fh(> fhuves. was made publio on 17,' »h£ is, jniutaiy circles ifcis considered i, .means complete. , He admits that ' x yiirdfl were cleared out, but not ttaeeaw^ldiers." "Osnteens were broken into," butnot reported j also one of the stores, ,iy)t jrpported nor tipped. The churoh dock ,yreff ejEplen.hut not traced." Of course it jti]ay«e these events are only That .might i^^e.'peen expected in warfare, and .outpq...
MAIL NEWS. HURDLE RACING A QUARTER OF A CENTURY AGO AND NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
MAIL NEWS. HURDLE RACING A QCAUTER OP CENTUEV AGO AND NOW. RACING men of a past generation would have been somewhat astonished bad they been present in the body at the recent Sundown Park meeting and seen a four-year-old BO early in the year carry list, into second place for a hurdle-race over 2J miles of gronnd, the va'ue of the stakes to tho winner being some £1,600. During the laat fifteen yenrs hurdle racing seems to have taken n great hold on the sport-loving community and oivners in general. Not so much, it nmy be said, that the prises given for such races rival in vulue those ordinarily to be gained for flat races, but thorc can be no question that hurdle-racing tends in no small measure to improve the quality of thoroughbred horses. Until quite reoently, say even so lately as five or six years ago, it ires generally believed that to train a horse for hurdie-raciug was to rnin.orat any rate depreciate, his speed on the flat. This theory within the period iU laded to has had a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
OUB A0C0UNT8 for tho pael Quarter h»T« beep delivered, nod an Early SETTLEMENT of same will oblige. ' OreMue AotbnntB remaining unpaid at the end ot the current quarter will be placed in the fcude of a Solicitor for recovery. . ARTHCtt MOKGAN. Arpa Office, Warwick, April, 1880.
Under Sentence of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
Under Sentence of Death. TIIEBE are says the! (foarier two ^nen» con victed a few days ago at Rocfchampton pf murder, now in Brisbane Goalawaitingexfccu* tion. They were brought -down yesterday by the Blackall and conveyed, with all necessary precautions, to the charce of Mr.Bettafd. One is a Chinaman called Jamie Ah Sneiiroo having had some dispute witha fellow countiyman named Ah Kue, about lioe* which he alleges the latter stole from him, knocked I Ah Kue on the head with a hammer father too forcibly, and then 8 unentered rfrimself to the police, confessed his crime, ahd been tried and sentenced4o death,"? J a .&lt; ^ r: *« The other is a young man named Elsdale or Munro, a father good-looking ?, fellow, a printer, we hear, by trade, but latterly a teamster in the western country, who under the influence of rum and passion pureued and shot down with unrelenting bloocfthirstness A man named M'Evoy. ' &lt; ~ '.j The circumstance of the murder 'were de» posed to by t...
Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 9. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, MAT 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ENCLOSED LAND ACT.-James Collins v. Petrr Cooney.-Mr. Boyle for, plaintiff, and Mr. O'Sullivan for defendant. The plaintiff in hie evidence, said be saw the defendant and a man named Jones on property of which lie was in charge. Oil that particular occasion ho saw Jones put up the milsagiun on leaving the ground, but Peter Cooney, the defendant, took them down and left them on the ground. Plaintiff afterwards went with a man named Byan and put. thorn up again. By Mr. (f Sullivan : Was about twenty chains from Cooney when he took the rails down ; a lot of horses hod trepassed on the ground, in "the mcantine; had not said to anyone that he never saw Cooney take down tho rails./After the evidence of Jones and Byan, his Worship dismissed the case, defendant to pay costs. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J .P.) Detaininq A LITTER,-Nicholson v. Bigby and Wife. -Mr. O' Sullivan for plaintiff, and Mr. ...
Final Gallops of the Cracks. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
Final Gallops of the Cracks. ON Saturday morning most of the horses worth mentioning did not enter an appearance uutil after breakfast, when they carno leisurely on to the course by twos and threes, Sunrise being the firat to arrive and utrip for a spin. The golden-colored, marc is a model* her coat shining in the sun like polished metal. With Hughes up, she wan the first to gallop away, and, after a preliminary round at a moderate rate she passed the stand at a spanking pace. The next to come out wore the Acting-Gover nor's string, under the direction of Butler, who sent the handsome Othello, with a boy up, for a couple of miles, two others from the same stable joining in the last rounfi. Mr. Henderson's King Cole and Orphan followed, the latter finishing much the better of the two. In fact Orphan seemed to have plenty to spare at the end of two miles. On Satur day afternoon, John Fintuo arrived with his candidates, andlhey wore at once quartered at the Cosmopolitan Hotel.' Amongst...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MA1J£. JlJStticii, 'joowoomua. v&iunooya, Horn, aiidT. P. O., dajfy, (Sumfnya £ " " . .in., attfo, from Ilriebauc, Ipswich, and Toowoombo, on Tuesdays and Saluidaye, at 11*55 »m., and from Toowoomba, on Thursdays at 10-35 p. in. From Tontorflcld, Maryland, and Nov South Wales generally (overland), dally (Sunday*ami Thurudayu cx&lt; cepted), at 7 p.m. From Btanthoiye. Cherry Gully, and Gap, daily ~T8uiid»y» exoej>tea), at 7 ]>.»)&lt;; from Tunnel Cajnp and Eight-iulle Crook, on Tuesdays and Fridaya, at 7 p.m.; ana from the Thirteen-mile Camp, on Katurdayu, at noon. From Lcyburn, Prattcn, Darkey- Flat, South Tool burn, and 8andy Crock, every Saturday, at 1*30 p.m. ; also, iroro Leyburn vuCambooyo, on Wednesdays and **1&ui3ayih at 4*46 p.m. Ftom Upper and Lower Swan anil Freestone Crocks, Emu Vale, Farm Crock, Killarnoy, and Lucky Valloy, on Monday* and Thursday. at 6"S0. p.m. From Northern Porta and Southern Colonies V...
THE NEW PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
THE NEW PRESBYTERY. At the conclusion of tlic morning service, the Bishop, preceded by officiating priests, and fully attired in robes and mitre, carrying the emblem of his high office, passed from the church to tho adjoining paddock for the piupose of laying the foundation stone of the new presbytery. A large crowd gathered round the Bishop, who, previous to performing the ceremony in connection with the laying of the stope, offered a few appropriate remarks. The stono was duly laid and underneath it was placed a bottle containing copies of the local papers, coins of the realm, &lt;i parchment memorial scroll, on which was inscribed the day and year of the ceremony, and the names of the reigning Queen, Governor, Bishop, and officiating priest. ? &lt; The sum of £30 in cash was placed on the stone, and JC280 promised, including £50 by the Bishop, ana £10 by the ltov. Father Horan. In the evening, Father Honnebeiy preached again to a crowded congregation on the great ...
Opening Services at St. Mary'a Church. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
Opening Services at St. Mary'a Church. LATINO THE FOUNDATION STONE OP THE NHW l'LTU.-BYTERY. ON Sunday opening services took place fit St. Mary's Catholic Church in connection with the large extensions which have just boon completed. The additions have been carried out «>» ft plain but substantial rcaIo, and aie quite in keeping with the architectural character of the original building, It now stands in the form of a cross, and supplies a transept at the altar end, running from east to west, with special side entrances at both points. The doors are erected on the sliding system, and over the doorwiys here are rose windows, the samo in pattern as the one placed at 1 lie eastern end of the church to the rear of the organ gallery. The window; adopted are morn spacious, and of a richer blend of colour than those placed along the walls of the church as it originally stood. Two porch ways of solid uniform masonry have liecn introduced at the eastern and western sides of the main haildi...
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
Sydney. [PROM ODB OWN COHMSrONDENT.] May 3. The Queensland National Bank have pur chased the prcminuB in Pitt-street hitherto occupied by the Bank of New Zealand, for £124000, where they jiurposo shortly opening a branch. The Bank of N otv Zealand have purchased the old premises of the Mutual Provident Society for £25,000. The crew of the Canderoagoro have accepted one third wages.
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
Brisbane. [jMiOBI OUR OWN COltBESI'ONDKNT.] Auril ^0. The slaughter of tho "innocents" con tinues lo exercise thn attention of a certain portion of the community ; the Press also, in various pails of the colony bus freely com mented on and fully ventilated the subject. Surprise, in the iirst instance, was un | doubtedly tho very general feeling experi enced by most peop/c on perusing the long list of unfortunates who liad received their #ovp. That feeling, however, li»s very ma terially toned down in the minds of many on giving the subject a more deliberate and dispassionate consideration, and, despite the maudlin sympathy of the few more immedi ately interested, there are not many now »vbo profess to a belief in any injustice having been inflicted. Apart from any narrow or one-sided view of the question, the greatest astonishment- is expressed by very many, who hitherto have not troubled themselves so much about departmental expenditure, that these gentlemen of the Civil Service sh...
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] The Late Trotting Match. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 May 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editar will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspon dents, and will always rcjcct personal com munications unless on subjects of publi* importance, and guaranteed by the signa tare of the author.] ? The Late Trotting Match TO THE SDXTOB OF THE WARWICK AHGl'8. SIR,-At the trotting match which took Slace Bomo time ago between the horses Billy tutton and Friday, distance 10 miles, I acted as judge. Billy Button was the first to pass the winning post, but Mr. M'Guckan, the rider of Friday, protested on the ground that Billy Button did not keep the course-that is, the Sandy Creek road. I therefore declared Billy Button the winner, under protest. Tho umpires placed tlic protest in the hands of Mr. Q. Affleck and Mr. J. Huston, and from these latter gentlemen I have received the following letter " Wc the undersigned, George Affleck and Joseph Huston, acting as arbitrators in the late trotting match, 10 miles, on the Sandy Creek road, between...