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The Australian Eleven London, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

The Australian Eleven London, May 5. I The team of cricketers froui Australia arrived at London to-day, and spent several hours in practise. Their first match will bo played on the 17th instant, at Derby, against an eleven of Derbyshire

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Stanthorpe Railway Works. TESTING THE CONDAMINE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

The Stanthorpe Railway Works TESTING THE CONDAKIOTC BBIDCtE. The ceremony of testing the new railway bridge which spans the Condamine at the Eastern end of Victoria-street took place at an early hour on Wednesday morning lost. Steam was got up shortly before 7 o'clock, and about an hour later Messrs. Overend and Co.'s splendid looking Baldwin locomotive, drawing a train of eleven heavily laden trucks, steamed slowly out from the work shops and on along to within a short distance of the bridge, where she paused for a mo ment to take up a small party of ladies and gentlemen and to porrait of preparations being- made to mark the detection of the steel span of 100 feet- These preparations having been completed by Messrs. Aunett, Wcedon, and Jones, the ongine and tender passed over tho bridge at a slow pace. The gross weight of the engine, tender, and freight was estimated at forty-two tons, the deflection causod thereby being slightly more than the eighth of an inch. The engine, having ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Brisbane. [rnOM OOB OWN COSKBBFOKDXHT.] May 7. A capital of £50,000 was subscribed at Brisbane to-day, for projected frozen meat Company, and the prospectus is to be issued next week. Pleuro has made its appearance in the Wide Bay district where a number of cattle have died. A Government telegram received to-day states that the contract for the new Mail ser vice has been signed subject to ratification by Parliament. Mr. Mcll wraith leaves for Queensland to-day. The Mackay nominations for the June meet ing are the largest yet received.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Hon. R. Lowe raised to the P[?]era[?]e. London, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Hon. R. Lowe raised to the P:eraje. London, May 5. It has been officially intimated that tho Hon. .Robert Lowe has been raised to the poorage.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Comma ider-in-Chief of India. London, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Comma ider-in-Chief of India. London, May 6. Sir Garnet Wolseley will shortly proceed to India, where he will succeed Sir i\ P. Haines as Commander-in-Chief.

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Attorney-General for Western Australia. London, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Attorney-General for Western Aus tralia. London, May 8. The Gaulle laBt night announces that Mr. Alexander OnBlow has been appointed At torney-General for tho colony of Western Australia.

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Hon. T. M[?]wraith and the Glasgow University. London, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Hon- T. MHwraith and the Glasgow University. London, May 6. The University of Glasgow has conferred nn honorary degree on the Hon. Thomas M'llwraith, Premier of QuocnBland.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

'" At i fieWe teld by the <neen at Bucking ham fttlaoe on Maroh 10, Mr. T. M'Hwraitu, 'Premier of Queensland, and Sir James Jfehjusson,' Bart., were presented to Her Slajettgr by the Secretary of State for the Colonies. We note that among those who attended the levte were Sir Arthur Blyth, Sir Oh&rlee da Cane and Mr. Samuel Yardlcy. ' Ju»tioe to Ireland has at length been done tytM Governmept. Mr. Alfred Jones has Menknightedby the Lord-Iaeutonant, with : the expresa an thorite of Her Majoflty. Mr. .Alfred Jones is President of the Boyal Hiber- I niaaAoademy. The President of the Boyal Academy in London is invariably knighted. 80 is the President of tho Boyal Scotch Aca demy of Painting. The President of the 1 JUyol Hibernian Academy has up to this time been left unhonoured by tho touch of tho Soyal or Vice-regal Bword on his shoulder. Now along-standing grievance is nmiored, an invidious distinction is abolished. We winli all the wrongs of Ireland could be as rea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Complimentary Dinner to the ActingGovernor. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Complimentary Dinner to the Acting Governor. ON Wednesday evening last a compli mentary dinner was given at tho Commercial Hotel to His Excelionoy the Acting-Qovornov, the Hon. 3. P. Bell. Bone such means of entertaining His Excellency were spoken of soonafter His Excellency signified liis inten tion of accepting the invitation of tho Stewards to attend tho races, but from some reason or other the matter was allowed to drop. On Tuesday, however, an impromptu meeting of representative gentlemen was held, and it was deoided to invito His Excel lency to a complimentary dinner. Dinner was served in the long room of tho Com mercial, in which provision for upwards of forty bad been made. Soon after 7 o'clock, however, it became apparent that additional room would be required to accommodate the very large number of leading townsmen who assembled to do" honor to Her Majesty's de servedly popular representative, and accord ingly dinner was served in the adjoining room, for the unexpested ove...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Petty Debts Court. THURSDAY MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

Warwick Petty Debts Court. TITDBHDAY MAT6. IN tho following undefended casta verdicts werc given for tho plaintiffs with costs i Municipal Council v. J. Thompson, rates duo ; &VX Summers, rates due; Same v. W. Worthmgton, rates due; Same v. George ^°hn H°we' J Vu ?00nI7 v' Collins. Koods sold, v T tJ\.. opoildSd case8--McEnorny ? i-J ' Koois sold £3> verdict for {nSJ'e Cf°St1; Quin!an v- J- Morris, [ j , contract, &c, is, verdict forde fendant with costs; J. Collins v. P. (Joonev debt, J!19 17B, verdict for defendant Bigby t>. NichoUon.-Claim for work and labor. In this case, in which Mr. Conquest appeared for tho plaintiff, and Mr. O'Sulfivan for the defendant, the following evidence was taken ^Harriett Eigby miS s f aat of Samuel Bigby; I know defendant; I was present when arrangements were made between my husband and Mr. Nicholson to bringing a lady to my house j removed on Wednesday, the day iter t^2^~ ment waa made to a larger house found by the defendant;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, I'iUniEIK-STEEIT, WABWICE. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE"& GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GEMUMI. CONTRACTORS, Gcy-STBEET, WxnWICK. 768 [A CARD.] W. GAISFORD, Oiipent&r, JBuIlder, & General Contractor, PJSRCT-STBEIT, WABWIOK. i . ffltMBFE YARD, lor tlia Supply ol PIKE. and HARDWOOD, of nil ,J»rigtM wd dimensions, at lowest rotes. 8S5 . I'.l.. i; : jit a'i . ' L«AM>.J "CONLEY, , -pfrfofowr, Bnllgw. aad General Oon . ,,'i if'cmor lAHDGnv-STBBEra, WABIVIOK. 886 ERO, ^ L Upholsterer, HatresB And Pa)llflsse Maker, (Nwtrdoor. to M'Dennott's Railway Hotel), i HJw-flsBBBr, WARWICK. it ; iwork of all descriptions at . #Med'to promptly, at moderate price*. TOE ROYAL HOTEL, . P*nmguf-HTfiKsr, WARWICK. V'& ;-T, 1®THBRID&E, ; '1"^ *? .'JPEOPRlEWm, ' jpiiEIVATE Bittiig ROOMS tor FAMILIES. ,,n s' A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. 'lfce|t'WltteB and Spirits only kept. G6od Stablino. y. , T.". LeIFhBBIDGK, ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

SECOND DAT. rhe attendance of spectators on the course was to-day again very sattEractory, though hardly as numerous us could have been de sired. The weather was fine, warm, and pleasant, and the sport being good, a most enjoyable day was spent by everybody. His Excellency's handsome equipage, occupied by the Governor and his suite, arrived on the ground at 12 o'clock precisely, and soon after the business of the day was proceeded with, the races generally being started well to time. liiB Excellency remained on the course till after 5 p.m., and appeared to take a lively in terest in the racing. Among the visitors to day and yesterday were the Hon. P. Perkins, Minister for Lands, and Messrs. Kellet and Davenport. M.LA's. His Excellency again dined with the Stewards hut on this occasion speochifyinf? was very properly tabooved. A good deal of spoliation was indulged in on uiauy of the events, but the aggregate of the &takes involved would not amount to a very considerable Bum....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 May 1880

BIRTH.   HALL.--At her residence, Palmerin-street, on the 3rd inst., the wife of Mr. Amos Hall, of a daughter. Both doing well.

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INDEPENDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

INDEPENDENTS. S. Frcnch, c. nnd b. Morgan 4 B. French, b. Morgan 4 C. Wilson, b. Morgan C J. M'Kinley, b. Sliule ... 0 W. Barnes, c. King, b. Slade 0 J. Hutelieou, b. Morgan 0 S. Crowthcr, not out G H. M'Nally, b. Morgan 1 D. Anderson, b. Morgan 0 W. Furncss, b. Sludo 8 M. Smith, not out ... 0 Sundries 5 Total for 9 wickete 33 A VEXED QUESTION SETTLED.-A question that has thus far baffled not ouly bushuicn and colonists generally, but also scientists, has at last been in a measure satisfactorily solved. Wo allude to the birth of the mar supial. It has been a generally accepted theory among bushmon that the young kan garoo grew on tho parent teat, while some scientists were very positive in their opinions that this was not the case, though they were at a loss for n satisfactory explanation of how the helpless little one fouud its way into the parent pouch. At a battue held recently at Mr. Harry Hracker's station, Warroo, a Cap tain SLackhouse-a Sydney gentleman of a scientific turn o...

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Cricket. INDEPENDENTS V. J. ZINGARLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

Cricket. iNDltl'liNDEKTS V, J. ZlNU/UIUi. A match Metween tho first elevens or tin! above Clubs was commenced on llu> Zingari ground on the Southern recreation square on Saturday afternoon lost. Mr. W. It. Slade captained the Zingatis, Mr. S. Crowthev lite Independents The wickets were pitched at half past 2 o'clock, and the Independents having>von Ihe toss, Bent their opponents to the wickets, M'Nolly un<l Anderson trundling. Marlay and Gannon wero the first to do battle for the Gypsies, and, by careful play, had placed upwardH of a dozon to their united credit before the latter foil a victim to M'Nally, who opened rather loosely. Morgan filled the vacancy, arid, as ic his wont, led.the field a merry dance during his comparatively short life, placing six doubles to his credit before he shared liis predecessor's fate. King joined Marlay, who had "thus far played a careful innings, but who soon after suffered M'Nally to displace his centre stump, and retired with 0 t...

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Offer for Trans-continental Railway. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

Offer for Trans-continental Railway. LONDON, May 8. I A powerful Byndicatc has offered to construct a railway to connect the Queensland lines with Port Parker on condition of receiving land grants of 8000 acres per mile*

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American Duty on Wool. NEW YORK, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

American Duty on Wool. NEW YO»K, May 8. A special committee of the House of Re presentatives at Washington, recently ap pointed for the purpose of revising the United States' Customs tariff has rcaomuiendod a material reduction on the duty on foreign wool.

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

Melbourne. [FEOM OU& OWN COEBESrONDENT.] May 10. John Richardson, a resident of Talbot, in stepping from a railway train whilst in motion, became entangled and was carried a mile and a lialf and torn to pieces. GLENQALLAN DIVISIONAL BOAXID.-Wo are informed that the Valuators have nil pro ceeded with the commencement of their work in various ports of the division which comes under the administration of this Board. TIN BETDBNS.-A return prepared in the office of the Commissioner for Hallways shows that during the month of April 107 tons 10 cnt. 3<jr. 21b. of stream tin and 19 tons 10 cwt, 2qr. 221b. of ingot tin, the produce of the Stanthorpo mines, were despatched by rail from Warwick.-Courier. TEE VOLUNTEEBS.-Captain Woodcock ex presses great satisfaction at the attendance of tho members of his company last week at position drill. Each evening the drills were well attended, and tho men appeared to pay every attention to their instructor. THE WEATHEB.-There has bee...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

Sydney. [FROM ODE OWN COBKBSPOKDENT.] May 10. TheMariuo Board have finishod their en quiry intotho cause of tho wreck of the Lady Emma, and they have found thai the wreck was caused throughjthe default of the master' who was drowned Dibbs has boen imprisoned for refusing to pay costs in the action of Shepherd v. Dibbs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880

NOTICE. Om AraiffiKAr Jbe fut Quarter hara"Tiein'*aeH»fcrea> and an Early SffirHSMBNT.oF same will oblige. retaining unpaid attbe end of the current quarter will be placed in the hands of . Solioitor for recovcry. Jitorforreoovery. ARTHUR MORGAN.

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