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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
AnviCKToMoTiiEiisl-Arc you biokcn in your rest by a sick olilld Buffering with tLo pain of cut ting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a battle of Mus. Winrlow'h Soothino SYRUP. It will relieve tho poor Buffcrcr immediately. It in perfectly harmleas and ple&aiuit to taste, it pro ducea natural, quiot alcop, by relieving the child from pain, end the little elm-nil awakes 11 an bright ii» a button.". It soothes the child aud softens the KUDU, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and la the beat known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether railing from toothing or other oauacs. Mra. Wlnslow'a Soothing fiyrup is aold by Medicine dealeia everywhere nt («1} pur bottle. Manu aotured at 493 Oxford Street, London. VALUABLE DISOOVEBY FOB THE HAIR. - -If you hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use " The Mexican Hair Benewer," for it trill post \vttg rtttore in every coat Orey or White Htnr to Ita original colour, without leaving the disagree able i...
Bishop O'Quinn on Confirmation. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
Bishop O'Quinn on Oouflrmation. ON Sunday morning a number of persons, both jonng and old, wore confirmed by the Bight Eeverend Dr. CKQwnn at St. Italy's church, after mass, in tho presence of a large congregation. Before proceeding with tho solemn cere mony, tho Bishop mode a brief aldross, placing questions at certain stages, which wore answered by the candidates simultaneously. His Lordship explained tho necessity for the step this morning, in addition to iufant baptism, becauso as children grew up they became subjeot to temptations, and they re ceived the baptism of confirmation to make thorn stronger Christians and enable them to resist the temptations thrown in their way. Thus, they received tho sanctifying grace which sanctified their souls and enhanced it in the sight of God, and made it look better in His sight. Supposing the Queen conferred a favor ou a person, sho made him cither a Knight or Baronet, Lord or Marquis. That was a different qualification, and it had this adv...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1880. The New Mail Contract. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
'' "[FlfttlBHED TWICE A. WBEK.] WABWICK: TUESDAY, MAT 11, 1880. t The New Hfcll Contract. Ipjn. Thqs.- JflfWEA-iTH's last stVolEi or businessin London does not A*9 to been aparticularly tapper BnecBSsful one, for he has signed contracts which, if ratified by PaiMtirtilt, 'tfill commit the colony to the.B.maal ei|«ndEttire of upwards of f nn b scmce the value of which wiuld be decidedly 'Open to question. E ren bad any immediate necessity ci ia£«A ioi t&BVestiblishment of such a ae -vice,'there .vpuld bare been strong ol jedt|(S^8,it^/ it |on financial grounds; bi involves the car rii gfeioliiiHiri grants at X16 .per head for ei; ht'months out: of the year. Now, co iceding for argument's sake the pro pt ety and netwssity of a Jine of mail 8b amers. to.England, we ought, on the sc >re .of-humanity; to protest against th i c69ti£tion of the Torres Straits route fol emigration pui poses, for it not only totfobMttae pestilential regions of the Eastern j seals,' - but also trav...
Engineering Accomplishments on the Stanthorpe Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
Engineering Accomplishments on the Stanthorpe Railway. Wo referred in our Saturday's issue to tl>o official trial of the railway bridge over the Condaiiiine :it almost the commencement of No. 1 section-infact, ilie tliG finst prominent feature encouutcred on the iron road to Stan thorpe, an&lt;l, whilst its ornamental span is suspended in the air as a pleasing object to the eye, its immense power was thoroughly established on Wednesday morning. In point of design, where beauty and substantiality are desired, it was pronounced liy disinterested Engineers as a magnificent success. Oar enftusinsm on tho occasion of these experimental trials induced us to accept willi pleasure the opportunity of making a survey on Saturday at other points not less entertaining along the first section, where deep cutting have been made through tho baldest of granite, and high banks have been thrown up on a scale hitherto unequalled; other viaducts are rapidly approaching completion; and tin ob...
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Gladstone and the Berlin Treaty. LONDON, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECrAL MESSAGE.] Gladstone and the Berlin Treaty. LONDON, Mny 7. Tin: Daily News, in a leading article, states that thi! Gladstone Cabinet have resolved to insist on the execution of the entire treaty of Berlin, and stales that the British Govern ment have issued circulars inviting the signa tory Powers to tfivo t heir cordial co-operation in ensuring a epoedy execution of those por tions of the trentynot yot carried into effect. It ie believed the in vitation has special re ference to the execution of internal reforms promised l»y Turkey, and the delineation of the Greek and other frontiers.
Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
Commercial. ( > AKOUS Office, Monday Evening. BbOUUNE Saturday's Courier says :-Maize, which" is in good demand, continues very Bcangl an^fly) wice has somewhat advanced. PotatoA wi«fn fftir supply. Wholesale dealers give tie following quotationsMaize, 2s. to 2s. 3l. for good; oaten hay, lieat, JC8 10s. to jM ; lucerne, £2 6«. to £2 10a.; lucerne chaff, £3 to JB4 j mixed chaff, £3 10s. to £4; Adelaide brail,'£0 10s. to £7; oats, 3s. to 3s. Cd.; potatoes, £4 to £410s.; imported onionB, £5 10b. to £0i local butter, 4d. to Cd. (farmers' prices); eggs, 12d to 16d.; local bacon, Od. to 8d.; English hams, led. to 16d.; qcl80iaLchceei4,4d.-to Od,; imported cheese, lOd. to I Id.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
*»/A5TED » respectable LAD, to look ?" iftar horaea cow, and make himself generally utefal. Apply to JAMES R. BOSS. - 476 WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only otae Sh Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at l'id per lb. 1129. WANTED Hotuekeepera to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER and SAHDEBSON'6 WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Grooors, and Wholesale by F. SampIBBon, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane 074 WANTED immediately a MARRIED COUPLE, without incumbrance. Man #*generally'useful aud must bo abloto plough anfl milk. JFifo muat bo a thorough Cook and Laundross, young pooplo preferred. Apply to W. M. DICKSON, Torra Mollis, Inglo wood. 402 In the Insolvent estate of Michael M'Namara. MB. B. H. HOLLOW AY is authorised to COLLECT all DEBTS duo in tlio abovo cstalo, and his receipt will bo a sufficient discharge for the same, C. A. J. WOODCOCK, District Receiver in I neolvcncy. May 8th, 1880. 474 Colonial Sugar Eeflnlng Company. XTOTIOE is her...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, - PjuinRm-BTEKKT, WARWICK. 1031 The Building Trade. WALLACE"& GIBSON CARPBNTER8, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Gct-BTOBET, WABWICK. ' 768 [A OABD.] W. GAISFORD, Oagpanter, Bnilder, & General Contractor, ' . PERCT-STRCTT, WABWIOK. ffllMBERYARD, for the Supply of PINE, X. , CEDAR, . and HARDWOOD, of all lengthsand dimensions, at lowest rates. 8S5 (OABD. J W, a CONLEY, Carpenter, Bnilder, and General Con tractor, Abbot add Gcy-stekets, WABWICK. 886 [A OABI).] " PALMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Matron ... . wadPalliasse Maker, (Next sdoor 'to M'Demiott'e Railway Hotel), " Gut-btectt, Wabtfiok. 2f.Bi-&lt;-Jo!t>erh work of all descriptions at teaded-to promptly, at moderate prices. 89C THE ROYAL HOTEL, PAU(XBIH-stsxbt, WABWICK. J, T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, A PIR8T-CLAB8 TABLE. Best Wines and Spirits only kept. ! GOOD SrABUiro. j. T. LETHBRIDOK, ;/ BpY-AJj HOTEL, Comer of Palmorin and Grafton...
ARRICAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [?] ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 May 1880
AMP okpartubb of HAILS. &lt;=>'-> u '-uknw. Ftom Brisbane, Ifcsiricfe, T&owoomba. Combooyo, OUfton, HendoD. ^Um. and T. P. O,, daily, (BundaYa excepted), at tf'tf p.®., afoo, from Btisbwie, Ipswich, and Toowoomba, en Toesdays and ffetuadajs, at 11-58 and from Toowoomba, on Tbnrtdoyf, at lO'Sfl Stantimjpe, Oierrj Gully. and Gaft doU/ JgoapMyat* p.m.l trtm Tunnel Gamp and noon. . . From Leybumr J>n£tea, Darker flat, South Tool born, and Sandy freak, ewttf Saturday, at I'80 p.m. : mOambooya, on Wednesdays And jfiSn 1wfiumiLoiracflvBa ^and Freestone Creaka, Etau TaJe/Fann Greek, Klllarney, and Lucky Vallcf, on Mondays and TOnnsdajrs. at 6*30. Jpja. From Jtafhem Tom :aftd ftathere Colonies VIA Brisbane, by every opportunity. -j.- - fTtrnmia ^mn For Brisbane, fpewioh; ''^Toowoamlia Gaxnbooya* Ollfton, Hendoc, AUjnjidMrtllinff Fost Offloe, dauyr (Sunday* tiotpfed),Trli kft,* wo, lot Brisbane, IpiS^ «d ftXcSb^i «4eS* ;«d £Xiday' Toowootaba, on Thursdays. » ootnba, o...
THE ENGLISH COLONELS IN THE OTTOMAN ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880
THE ENGLISH COLONELS IK THE .OTTOMAN *B.MT An still without their pay, sad arc im ploring Sir Henry Layard to help in getting it for them, They also desire that their services should be utilised to a greater extent. The spectacle is unique-that of officers in a foreigp. WW>6 petitioning a British Ambas sador to femttloy his influence in obtaining tbelr money for them. These men, it may lie presumed, knew what sort of Government it was .unjler which they were enlisting, and it is & question whether they ought sot to be left to make the test of their adventurous buvains. A. man who enters therasltBota Turkishregiment must take his mobtcr ai> he finds hint. The contract entered into ib wholly and solely with the Sultan, and the British Embassy at Constantinople is not to be turned into a Court of Bequests for the enforcement of his claims. But, in one .reaped, these gentlemen have been deluded. The; want employment on a larger scale. Did they ever expect that the really p...
THE DEPTH OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880
THE DEPTH OF THE SEA. The superficial area of the globe is nbout 107 millions of square miles, nod some three quarters of which-vie., 140 millions of square miles-M« covered by sea. The average depth & this enormous extent of sea is given by Sir Wyvflle Thomson as 8,600 fathoms, or 15,000 feetc-eomet&inR lees than the height of Hoot Blanc.' This estimate, however, probably refers only to the average depth of the Rreat oceans, for a .writer in the Natur forttjier, Whobos reckoned ill the gulfs and inland seas as well (some of which, such as the Baltic,,North Sea, fcc., are quite shallow), estimates the average depth of the whole sea at llj8}7'$aChoms. The greatest depth yet certainlyfcnown is the North Pacific Ocean. H.M.6. OhdUe«gcr sounded in 4,675 fathoms -not quite miles-in tie channels separ ating tneCsioline and the lodrono islands; while thert are Beveral spots to the eact of the islands of Nlphon and Yes (Japan) where thedepth exceeds 4,000 fathoms, and anothe...
Warwick Municipal Council. LIVELY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880
Warwick Municipal Council LIVELY rilOCKKDlNUH. Tun usual minting of thiB Council was held nt t ho Town IhiJJ on Tueaday evening. There were present - tin? Muyor iu the chair, Alder men Johnson, &lt;ji ayson, Connell, Hudson, Crumble, O'Sullivan, Wilson, and Quiun. Tho minutes of Ihe previous meeting were read and confirmed. CO Ft 1! l'fll 'O S I)EN&lt;"!H . Correspondence outward and inward was road. Letters which h«»d boon sent from Ibo Town Clerk's OJIiec were road by him from the letter book. One of those WIIB to tho Kngineerof Waterworks, stating that it was the wish of tho Council that the works in Warwick should be carried out according to the original plan. Another was to the Minis ter for Work's, drawing his attention io the necessity of having Piutten, Albert, and Graf ton-streets opened as soon as possible. A reply was read from tho office of the Com missioner for Railways, which stated that the Minister was absent in the North, and re minding' the Council ...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1880. Spring Wheat for the Downs. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880
ibe [PUBLISHED TWIOB A WBSK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1880. LI ? . . . 1 Spring Wheat for IHA Downs IN our Tuesday's issue we briefly ac knowledged the reception of a sample of Oaliforman spring; wheat on Mon day evening from Mr. F. KATEB, M.L.A., s$vAU«&lt;v,Vho hadfrom bis own private purse imported a sub stafitial quantity >of this ' wheat for dissemination among the farmers, with a-view to reforming our staple crop and compensating disappointed IIUB bandmen for pfwt seiipuslossea through rust. WhefflWa regard the immense sam of mon^-whiohl is-bent out of this eolonyaan tiolly to Adelaide and elsewhere fdV'iffbUr, the question of a ptcmWgutioo tffilthe inoch itieeded staff of life at our own doors becomes vital in ndanfriflidjaw. /Bat this has been so frequently pointed out in these columns' that we abstain from going over the safelB -ground ' even at this present; opportune ; moment. At the time'it was announced by our Allora correejityrfljB^ttjfjti Mx. KATBB bad s...