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OPENING OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITON. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] STDNEY, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

OPENING OP THJC INTERNATIONAL EXIIIBITON. [BT Elxctoic Telmbiph.] Stdk*T, September 17. IBX inaugural ceremonies or tne mter ntional Exhibiton, contrary to general expectation, proved a great success. The weather was beautifully fine, and immense crowds thronged the streets and grounds. The proccssion m interfered with and broken by the crowds, but neverthless formed a decided feature in the proceedings. The various friendly societies mustered very strongly in Hyde Park, and, accompainod by seven brass bands, marched by Maoquarie street to Govesnment House. From thence they escorted Lord Augustus Lottos and the Governors of the other Australian colonies to the exhibition building. The route lay by way of Bridge-street and George, Park, Elisabeth, Macquarie, Hunter, and Phillip streets. At the gates the crowd rushed the recession, bat a naval and military guard of onor beisg drawn up to receive their Excellencies, the Governors reached the western entrance of Garden Palace with out d...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC! NEWS. BRISBANE. [rBOH OUB OWN COHEEEPONDENT.] September 19. In tho Legislative Council this afternoon the Divisional Boards Bill and tho Warwick School of Arts Lands Sale Bill passed their third readings; the Land Act Amendment Bill passed its seoond reading.

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT Tuisdiy. SDTmu 10. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thomp son, Esq., J J1.) J. (i. Wilson v. Jam as Goodwin, goods sold £3 19a. Verdict for amount claimed, with Costs. H. Benjamin & Co. v. John Morrison, goods sold £7 14s. 8d. Verdict for tho amount al&lnod, with costs. J. O. Wilson v. Wrn, Atwell, goods sold £20 lis. 9d. Verdict for the amount claimed, with costs. II. Chandler v. George Bradford, rant £16. Verdict for the amount claimed, with costs; Mr. Conquest for plaintiff. Damiu CASES. John Tulloch v. C. Brosnan, goods sold £10 4s. 2d. Mr. Boyle for plaitiff, Mr. Nioh olson for defendant. Plaintiff was nonsuited. Bobert Coutts v. Thomas M'Gtahan, goods sold £1 lis. fld. Mr. Nicholson for plaintiff, Mr. Boyle for defendant. Verdict for the amount claimed, or the goods to be returned in seven days. Thomas M'Gahan Bobert Coutts, goods sold £G 10s. Mr. Boyle for plaintiff, Mr. Nicholson for defendant. Verdict for amount claimed, being £...

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LATE MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

LATE MAIL NEWS. Facm the 8. X. StralSt summary by tde. gnm of news by the P. and O. Companjs B.S. Tanjore, Which arrived in King George's Sound on Thursday lost, we take the follow ing :-A handsome clock chimney ornament, with £1400 in money, was presented to Mr. W. G. Grace, at Lord's. TThe preeentation originated in Gloucestershire. Lord Kit*, haroinw, who was .the chief speech-maker, alluded to tho fact that the Prince of Wales, one of the donors, said the original idea wai to purchase a medical practice for Mr. Grace, bat he had talked t^ie matter over- with th« Duke of Beaufort, and they thought Ml Grace was old-enough and strong enoogh to choose a practice for himself. On the part ct the people of Gloucestershire, his lordship wished him as much suooees in his profession as in the cricket-field. Mr. Grace expressed his gratitude in a brief reply, and Lord C. Bnssell added a few words warmly eulogising Mr. Graoo's sound and splendid style of play, describing him. as &. ...

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ORIGINAL 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 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

I ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. I {The Editor will not be re#j)on«CMe for any opinions or views expressed by correspon dents, and will always reject pertoncl com munication* unlets on subject. of public importance^ and guaranteed by the tigna tare of the author,] CIVIC IMPARTIALITY. TO THE BDITOft OF THE WARWICK 1&QU8. SIB,-It appears to me « matter for regret that in some of our public todies private spleen should be allowed to enter, as its only effect is sure to be the defeat of justice. In illustration of the truth of this I will point to the proceedings at the last Council meeting, when one city father draw attention to the fact, as he said, that the property known as Town End encroached several feet on Pal merin-Btreet. Assuming the assertion to be correct, the Council very properly ordered the removal of the obstruction. Now, I am not going to argue that the fence is or is not on the rtreet, but this I can po tively assert: it has been in its present posi tion for nearly a...

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SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

SUPPLEMENTAEY ESTIMATES. W* were assured that there ?would be »o Supplementary Estimates this session. Of course, we (Courier) knew that this was the shallowest of attempts at unnecessary delu sion. Yesterday Supplementary Estimates No. 2 were tabled, amounting to the modest gum of £90,000. Supplementary Estimates No. 8 ma; yet appear, but in the meantime oar readers may like to see a summary of Wo. £? Shedulea Schedule B. ... ... £1,130 0 0 Schedule D 8,054 0 0 Executive and Legislative Legislative Assembly ... 720 0 0 Legislative Council and As sembly ... 880 0 0 Colonial Secretary Department ... ...' 870 0 Registrar-General ... 963 9 Police ' 4,818 0 Gaols ... ... 1,613 0 Reformatory ... ... 70 0 Medical Officers... ... 80 0 Central Board of Health ... 50 0 Colonial Stores ... ... 8,000 0 Government printing ... 2,100 0 Charitable allowances ... 6,019 0 Benevolent Asylum ... 8,890 0 Lunatic Asylum... ... 186 18 Publio institutions ... 800 0 : Thursday Island Harbor of Refuge ... ...

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before the Police Magistrato.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

WABWICK POLICE COURT. TOEBDAY, SIPTIXBKE 1C. (Before the Police Magiitrato.) | VAOB/LNCT.-John By net pletdod guilty to having no lawful means of support, and was | sentenced to be imprisoned in Toowoomba gaol for one month. FBIDAT, SSPTEMBKB 10. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thomp SOD, Esq., J.P.) II.LBOAI, DKBTSOOTION or A FINCI.-David Crombit appeared In answer to a summons issued against him by 8. P. Oatmore, charg ing him with having removed a top-rail from the fence enclosing the paddock known as Town End, the property of the plaintiff. The evidence of the plaintiff went to show that on Sunday morning last, between 1 and 8 o'clock, defendant had taken down a tail in order to let ont some cattle of his which were feeding in the paddock; witness had seen de : fendant tiy and fail to open a sliprail, and afterwards take down a nil of toe fenoe, which he did not put up again j witness fol I lowed and spoke to defendant about what he had been doing; he believed defendant had...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

SHimNO INTELLIGENCE. IWOBTS. y^Rx Afceitemno, ship, from London: 3 cases CoaehbaUdera' t»rai«h, 2 oases house painters' .*anush,B caiks white lead, 5 casks red lead, lOibWni turps, SO drams raw and boiled oil, 1 east ground palate, I ouk dry oolors, 1 barrel pitch, 1 cask plaster of Puis, Bofcert Aland* Ex Botchinson ship, from London i S casks Hulks' lamps, S hogsheads globes, shades, sad ohimners, 1 oase scythes and hay knives, S oases Oiin's saws, 1 cask gate hinges, 1 cask joinere tools, EoWt Aland,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, OF Paxmbrjn awd Viotobiabtreetb. MBS. E. EVUNDEN, Proprietress. BOOKJNG Office for Cobb ft Co.'« Tclo graph Una of Boyal Mail Coaohet. M" A Commodious Bath fioom on the premises. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, tone* ot Fiteroy and Palmerin Street WABWIOK. J. W. QUINN, Proprietor. l?t&ET CLASS ACCOMODATION, LUJU JL on of the Best Quality. . A Good Supply at HAY and COHN always on hand. IFF A scour* Paddock for Hones close to (he town. ''Host Centrally AttuaisA Hotel in Warwick." THE COSMOPOLITAN, Paimrhtn-bxreet. WM.. MORQ-AJS9" BBQSlo inform his friendsand the pnblio * generally that he bas taken the above < well khown Hotel, where Families and Com* . mtrtialGfentiemen willitind«very convenience, and will meet with civility-and attention. F.vwy Accommodation provided for Visitors, wlthp&tfate Booms far Fazniliee. COMMERCIAL SAMPLE, BILLIARD, & .1 BATH ROOMS. ^ A ooareywoe !u Attendance on the trains. 65 THE ROYAL HOTEL, 1 "PAtihuuK-BTf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

TO OUK SUBiSOBIBEES AND THE PUBLIC. THE WARWICK ARGUS 18 Now Published TWICE A WEEK erery TUESDAY and SATURDAY. Bie terms of Subscription ato 6a. per quar ter, or JtI per year. Subscribers may begin at any time. ABTHUB MORGAN.

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COMMERCIAL. ARGUS Office Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

COMMERCIAL. Abods Offico, Friday Evening. Amotheb week of inactivity in the produce ^market has succeeded our Unreport, the con tinued wet and bad state of the roads hav ing conduced to an nlmoeft entire suspension of transactions. With vary little alteration, prices for produoc remain at last quotations, and ate furnished to us as follows:-Fannons* Prime-Maiie, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. 2d.; oats, 6s. 6d. i hay, luoerne, pressod, per ton, £S to J83 10b. j Lay, luoerne, loose, per ton, £B; oaten, per ton, £5, scarce j chaff, lucerne, per ton, Jtt 10s. to £3 johaff, luoerne,. prime lobs, £3 10B. | chaff, mixed, £8j chaff, oaton, £5 10s. t butter, per lb., lid. to Is.; oggp, perdosen, 7d.| bacon, per lb., 7d.j cheese, per lb., 8d.; onions, per ton, £16; potatoes, £6. MR. C. B. Datshct reports the sale of Mr. Jame* Craig's Blade Oak firm of 42 acres, on Freestone CreeV, to Mr. James MatthewB, for the lump sum of £226 cub.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

w ANTED a Good General SERVANT. Apply to Mbs. DuKior, Pockety mWO Selectable BOARDERS can bo nc eommodated at Mn. Bvcobbb'Si noar English Churoh, Albian-atnet. 864 mENDEHS will be received at the office of I MiU piper until THURSDAY, Sept. SBth, for the delivery of (6000) Six Thousand Feet of CEDAR. Apply to the Office, Tictoru-street. "84 Tenders for Painting, Ac. TENDERS are hereby invited for the PAINTING and VARNISHING ot St. David's Church and Parsonage, Allora. For particulars apply to the Churchwardens. Tenders meet be sent in by the 26th inst The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JQHN 0ALLAGHAR, 35Q Ckurchw»raeu* TSSLVSS. rnENDERfl are hereby Invitedfor the X ERECTION of a TWO . STOREY STORE and DWELLING HOUSE in Pal menu-street, and will be received by the undersigned, at whose residence Jpl»M ana specifications may be Men# until SATURDAY, tie SUit instant. Builders and others may have the option of tendering for the WoA aa a whole, or for the Bricklaying and C...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 20 September 1879

SYDNEY. [FBOK OOB own COKRISPONDINT.] September 13. Only two thousand perrons attended the exhibition to-day, the weather being showery and disagreeable. The Continental Courts, though still far I from completion, have greatly improved sinoe opening day. Seventy-six workmen were discharged from the Exhibition to-day, the building being complete. The Governors of South Australia, Vic toria, and Tasmania leave on their homeward joarnoys by the overland route to-morrow night. The disturbances continue at the Waratah coal mine, mid the police havo gone to the neighborhood. Serious floods are threatening in the Bourke district. The rivers are rising rapidly, and grave fears for the town are entertained. The floods in the Gundagai district are the highest that have occurred sinoe 1870. TH* crloket meeting called for Tuesday evening last at the Commercial Hotel, was attended ky two persons s the one a member, the other a would-be member. The I. Zin gari Club seems to be "on its last legs,"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

EVKUT fen months tho papers announce that Mr. So-and-so* the eminent Queenslander, has Tuited Salt Lake City and written hie im presrfons to somebody, who, in turn, hands the letter to the press. And all these escor ting colonists are very agreeably impressed with Utah, Mormonism, Brighamy, and uvery thingappertainingthereunto. Perhaps as Utah and Queensland are so far apart, there is no very great cause for alarm, but still it is as well to be on the safe side, so we maintain that good, law-abiding, marriageable people should not be allowed to visit Utah and settle down here afterwards. What is to prevent the propagation of Mormonism, if we don't take these precautions. Tmt " Vagabond" has got on a new track. He is advertised to lecture at Bockhampton this week, his subject being" Chiniquy, Henneberrr, and the betting ring," all of whom he denounces. He especially invites the presence of ladies, Catholics ana Protes tants, and declares he is on a tour to Bnuff out all three-what he...

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PRESENTED AT COURT. (Withall Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

PRESENTED AT COUBT. (Withall Jfeview.) MAMHA said I must be presented. For my part I thiuk all such things stuff. GLrlfi marry quite as well, it seems to me, whether they have been to court or not; somehow well-to-do country squires, witli lots of horses and a big house -tho kind of man I should like to marry-seam to fight shy of London girls. At any rato no ouc can ac cuse me of liking a town lifo ; the only thing worth doing there is riding in the park and the Kton and Harrow matches; but, 01 course, mamma is an Karl's daughter, and she thinks a great deal of etiquottc and all that. The knotty point was solved; it was to be a lovely white silk, with lots of tullo and lilacs and daisies, and to cost such a mint of money. Mamma Bays the less stuff there is in thcgowi'g the more the dreas-makeris charge; on the principle of penny-wise, pound-foolish, they take off a yard and add on a pound. Oh 1 it was BO cold when tho great day arrived. I was dreadfully afraid my nose would be red, ...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 88. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. BRISBANE. [FEOM ODE OWN COBRK8PONDKNT.] -Septenjber-88. I The Legislative Assembly wes occupiod nearly the whole-of tfciraftomoon in discuss ing tho Council's amendments to the Divi sional Boards Bill. Tho amendment* removing mines from tho list of properties exempt from taxation, and altering the valuation clauses, wore disagreed to on the ground that the Council bus no authority to alter the iooidenco of taxation. later. In the Legislative Assembly tonight, a motion by Mr. O'Sullipan to nay (he 6to*im 1 boatfares bf monibere from Brisbane . to tho , northern ports twice oach year, puasod its , preliminary stage. {Thq motion for grants to .public institutions passed its final atoge. The Bills of Exchange. Bill was passed through committee,;

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EXTRA ORDINARY CURES OF INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

EXTRAORDINARY CUKES OF INTEMPERANCE. RKRRWITH (writes . correspondent) you will find in extract from the Aberdeen Even ing Emprut,,OAnfirai»kiry of the nsofnlnos of M a curative for dipsomania, the subject is occupying publio attention, additions! information will doubtless be read with interest: During the last few months, a course of treatment, baring for its objoct the cure of intempennoe, has been earned on in Aber deen with apparently moat successful results. Some of aur readers may remember that about the beginning of the present year a rnragrnph appeared in our oolumns narrating tne extra ordinary suoceu which attended the offorts of a Chioago physioian to cure drunkards of their onving for spirituous liquors, by the use of a medicine prepared from the red Foruvian bark. Among the persons whose attention was attracted by the story were several gentle men of influence in Aberdeen, to whom it oc curred to give the supposed remedy a prac tical trial. These gentlemen brought the ...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

BYPNEr. OUR OW* <K)RBE6POKDEIfT.] ? 8epteuibor 16. , ? LAST night tho steamer Bopmcraiig came info coUfeiapwith tbe tug: I»vo in I\Ti'Wcaetli; Httlior, Tap tu& 'wias scriouRly dani^ed, as also the barjjue Wisfcai^a, which she had in tow.»tthetimq.' ^ , ... . P»i?»g the late npods at Bathurat consider able loss of property. JjifajNjon occasioned. Oflo butcherliad the.whole;of Kfc jliint/'ib cl^djnje '.daughter^Mo, . .piggeries,.. &o.. Washed away. A lot of fibeojp nlso hii,\ c b^en swept away, and tho standing crops were greatly injured. . ' A woman nainod Paul has boeri broapht up charged with shooting ataman named Bishop with intent to murder. , fEbo prisoner fired at:: tho man whilst ho was attempting to take possession of her promisos yesterday. I fSeyOnhundred.anii'Biity workmen engng-od ,on tio exhibition building vqre discharged to-day, and will bo paid .{jffrto.marrow.lho .*otk being now completed. , , September 20. Thousands of persons went out to ...

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A YANKEE'S VIEW OF SYDNEY (From the S.M.Heraid.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

VIEW OF SYDNEY (Prom Out B.U.HmM.) As Sydney bis invitedab tbeworldtooome and see bet a* the approaching Exhibition, ahe must make up ber mindtoalargeamount (tanageuftd fai lier'tkVbar. If li b* tnw aad honest, the aharperthe criticism la tbe better, for we km tab ttit need acrreoUng, and each as* stnngec's«n must be oeiefi to perceive. A* migfatrmttpected, our JTmerloan eoosing are wb in the left and in the 4JMt*fo Timet, thitj »1, thrre U an article on In trelian agalra. dated Sydney, Say 80, which .life its (ray, Partite A a curioeity. It occupies twoftolnmns ofoor contemporary's ?mm*mod tiumtstmBlii Uie «pnp« .« .Tbe writer saya be came by tbe "Zelanclia, froaa 8aa Ifeandaoo, and on entering tbe Sydney ' Bead* wasutterly iiarndbM with .the 1 ?ttMdi.|iMaat anwtiry. fl/swords are-"The tUaira^ipnV harbour wfll do for the treonltared nntraveiled English man, and serve to make animpresskm upon -Ma limi*-" capabilities lagUMtton and Ideality, 1 it f0) net answer lor ma who has Kvaa ? ...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

'.,MELBOURNE. '[rEOJLODfi OVfTf COaE^SPQ^PPRTj , '.. ' . '. ?'v .,: feapUrabef 26. A man named Cbarles JameB Davis was .arrested'upoutbc arrival of the skip Armtides .by Inspeotor Roberjisoni of Scotland yard, who had come out fay the Tonjoro for that parpMO. September 10. Two ot the larrikins concerned in tho late outrage at Carlton have Been sentenced by Judge Barry to over (oat years' imprison ment) and a third to over three years. ' ' September 22. Anion named James Tobin,,residing near Salg, made a fojuful attack on hiB sister and brother-in-law with a knife and gun to-day. He wounded them both seriously. Tobin hog been missing einco, and it is supposed he hosdrowned himself. A paint shop kept by a man named Charles Newman, at Emerald Hill, was burned down torday. Newman has not been soon since, and it is foared that ho perished in the flamps.

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