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The Wool Market. LONDON, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

The Wool Market. LONDON, May 11. The quantity of wool offered for sale to-day was 10,200 kales. There was a fair demand and a good attendance, inoluding bouio foreign buyers. Telsobaphic ku.ENCB.-For some inexplic able reason not a single telegram coma to band last night. We are at a loss to explain this exceptional inactivity of the wire, al though there was free communication with Brisbane up to nearly midnight. Tho fault however, as will be seen, is not ours. Bibiiop HALE.-His Lordship will urrivo in Warwick by this afternoon's train. He will hold ordinary and confirmation services at St Mark's to-morrow, and on Monday will consecrate the Church of England portion of the Cemetery; on Tuesday he will administer the saorainent of confirmation at Killaraey. A full report of His Lordship's visit will be given in Tuesday's issue. POLICE COUBT.-There has been no business at the Police Court since our lost publication, of the slightest public interest, excepting the case of ltigby v. Ni...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The Albanians. LONDON, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUB SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The Albanians. LONDON, May II. Thb Turkish troops have joined the Alba nians. It is announced by telegraph that Busfiia proposes that Italy ehould intervene in favor of the Albanians.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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MR. GLADSTONE AND THE AUSTRIAN EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

ME.' GLADSTONE AND THE AUSTRIAN . .. EMPJEBOR. Ii appeals that Mr. Gladstone, in one of bis decHonaeringspeeches, declared that tiio Emperor of Austria had Bent for SirH. Elliot, and expressed his anxiety that English dec tots would vote forl/ord BeaconsScld. The bare idea of the Sovereign of Austria and Hwngii.iy. converting himself into a canvasser for Conservative candidates in this country is so grotesque that ire cannot wonder at PraneiB Joeeph being " much amused by it." Unfortunately there are silly people in IhiB and other countries who have attached some i weight .to the statement baiarded by Mr. Gladstone. Sir H. Elliot has therefore: thought itjrieht to treat the matter something J more than la bad joke, and commissioned the Governmentto give a publio denial to the whole' tt the absurd and - most improbable stoiy. ' .

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Indian Financial Commission. LONDON, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

Tniiian Financial Commission. LONDON, May 11. The Standard Btatos that it is intended to Bend a Financial Commission to India.

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MAIL NEWS. (From the European Mail.) A SNOW BATTLE AT CABUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

MAIL NEWS. (From the European Mail,) A SNOW BATTLE AT CABUL. Tun recent severe weather ut C.ilml lino added now Bourcos of auiUBCim'nt. The other day tliero was a battle-royal, v.liicli will al ways live in the minute of the English occu pation. To toll the story with due solemnity, at noon word was brought to I lie 72nd High landers that the enemy (I ho U7th Foot nnd the 92nd Gordon Highlanders) had occupied tho strong fort on the eastern end of tlio Bo maru heights. Without delay the regiment fell in.600 strong and reinforced l>y tho 9th Lancers and some artillerymen, mnrclied with ^banners flying and drums boating to the at tack. (Tho tanners were thnsa lately cap tured on the Tukhi-i-Shuh peak and Hie As mni heights; ilic drums wore vnrinus cook ing pots.) On nearing the enemy's position, the attacking force was joined hy u detach ment of the 6th Goarkhas, under their British officers; skirmishers were thrown out, and the bugle sounded the assault. The storming party were hea...

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The Treaty of Berlin. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

The Treaty of Berlin. LONDON, May 12. The statement which appeared in a leader in the Daily Hcwt of (ho 7tli instant, that the English Government are firmly resolved to insist on the duo execution of the Treaty of Berlint is now fully ooufiruicd. It has been authoritatively announced that the circular referred to in the Daily News has been sunt to British representatives abroad, iuviting the signatory Powers to give their cordial co operation towards tlio attainment of that The circular lays great stress on the desire of -the British Government to maintain tho concert of the Powers, and further specifies the mode by which the solution of the Ureek and Montenegrin question and the settle ment of the affairs of the Armenian and other provinces of Turkey in Asia may bo arrived at through the joint action ef the Powers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

Mails per R.M.S "Bowcn," VIA TORRES STRAITS. MAILS for tbo United Kingdom and tho . Continent of Europe, Iudin, China, &o.,,will43|£SE at the Warwick 1'ost Oflico ^fl^^ra«nr-On SATURDAY, the l&th insE^atT^O pjfa. For Registered Lotters-On SATURDAY, tho 15th Inst., at 2.30 p.m. For Newspapors and Packets-Oil SATUR DAY, tbo loth Inftt., at 2.30 p.m. For Ordinary Letters, for all placos oxcept the United Kingdom-On SATURDAY, the 15th Inst, at 8.30 p.m. For Ordinary Letters, for the Uuited King dom only-On MONDAY, the 17th Inst., at lnreir - S. MARSHAL, > Postmaster. Pobt Office, Warwick, May 11,18S0. 480 NOTICE. OUR AOOOiJNTS for the past Quarter have been delivered, and an Early SETTUJfdENX of samp will oblige. Overdue Accounts remaining unpaid at the end of the cuirent. quarter will be placed in the hand«;of*^3olio«tor for recovery. ARTHUR MORGAN. Argus Office, Warwick, * April, 1880.

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ARRIVAL AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

MJBIFAL 4X WftftVlW: , VIA Melbourne am .. .. About May 8rd Vii8jdoey*nd6*oFnuiciioo- ? 'About Hay 16th VuToms6tnito- r r,h .Abont JUr.Uth

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English Mails Close at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

Mail* Oloae at Warwick. Vu Hdboane 4nd OftUe- *« About VUy 2nd Via Sydney and Sao Fr*nda«o- .. About May 14th Vu!forr«a8tfmU»-» .. On May l«h, at 8JO p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

EMPORIUM. .r.ftHA WINTER DRAPERY XWTR hare to band our New PuroJmscB of TT 8eu^ble»nd WINTERDBAPERY, tow Offering at th« "Mitiimemtiue Prides, YSZHV.'m .i' jtn'lbqpMttyli irfll bo found EX?WLBBKT^ALUE 1 M* ; JfWTfcl f.itr. M"!!> . / . k U U Ml! 1/ ftdt V 01*5' n« SPTOlAtmES^FPR THIS DAY ,eirM Jr. wifi»Y .*. Stofef.5910T Wmcey£aWniT<|& toeHyard "tf ae^riwtt^s' ;; "wifrSheefctig " Crimean Shirtings - J* ^miKvH w>iJ.>n/v w: i». . » V -f/l i-W, ,v . vheKrvri-ra^V litiW Ik»»»P'< flLUn.ai»t .KlJ/.il .'.) , Ladies' 2s. 9d. j MfauortfoO ,#aorA i«rfW IidsS .y.iiauzoj v; G'PftBARNESAN D CO* M »r, .ypillW. llwilo'o II SB .!? '1 tiaa* ..wovj i..-..: »<rr ;(t-M\ lirxlsir) ori; »-1 M'-- vl-i SB8 .line di.Ii1. «nS fen. .1 Itlyin*! i* 'T.il >-.UA-i"" v&rj ; KV'ft <l>ftlfc/3gP/ :? .£j" 1t^ir,lli!..T».'- ''S T ! CIOD 7~ -S~ fiirwoxrj :4g"S H ,.ji 4i 'j? In* "iVjvriM .nij.gr'. wm m- ? 'fjf' J 1 11' I! 11 -? 'O1' )0 ...*'* f " $...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only one in Australia where JOINTS of PBIHE BEEF can be purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SAKDEJt SON'S BAKING I'OWDEIC uiid SANDERSONS WASHING UKYSTAL. Sold by all Grocers, aud Wholesale by F. Bakdeiiboh, Kelvin Qrove-road, Brisbane' 074 w WANTED immediately a MAlllilED * « C0UPL13, without incumbrance. Man as generally usoful aud must bo able to plough and milk. Wife must bo a thorough Cook nnd Laundress, young people preferred. Apply to W. M. D1CK6ON, Torra MelliB, Ingle wood. CAUTION ALL STOCK; fuuiul T1UWA>MNC <m my Lands after this Jati will he lui pounded. GEOUdU 11U1(GI'>6, 481 Mountain Side. CONCERT. MA nse BUILDING FUND Sacred and Secular Music "N aid of the nbove Fuud will lie Riven in - tlic TOWN HALL, on Hie EVENING of MONDAY, tlic 17lh inst. COMPANY. Fills'!' SOPRANO- ... Mite. S. MAIISIIAl SECOND SOPRANO- Mi.ss 13. Silvimtkr TENOlt- ... ME. J. Tait DUNCAN BASS-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTOBNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, PALHEBIN-BTEEET, WARWICK. 1031 The Building Trade. WALLACE-& GIBSON CAEPENTEHS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Guy-stbbet. WARWICK. 7C8 [A CABD.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, . ' . Pbbcv-STBEET, WABWICK. riilMBEB YAED, for the Supply of PINE, JL CEDAE, and HAEDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 8S5 LCABD.J W, G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, PmaoY and Gtry-BTBEETS, WARWICK. ' .SSG [A OABP.] X. PALMERO, Cabinet-maker aind Upholsterer, Sffatrero J andPalliasse Maker, (Next flopr to M'Dermott's Railway Hotel), ' "Gct-sibeet, Wabwios. N.B.-Joiiier'a work of all descriptions at tended to promptly, at modorate priooB. 890 THE ROYAL HOTEL, IPAilCMBIlt-BTREET, WABWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, . PEOPE1ETOR, plkiVAXB Sitting BOOMS for FAMILIES. ' *A FIE8T-CLAS8 TABLE. Best Wines and Spirits only kept. * ' G®0D SrABMNO. -J,, T. LETHBEIDGK, BOYAli HOTEL, C...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 May 1880

DEATH. ALLEN.--At her residence, Fitzroy-street, on the 13th inst., Mary Ann, the wife of Barnett Allen, aged 76 years.

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPNDENT.] May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

Melbourne [reov oro OWN OOBEEBPONDF-KT.J May 17 The Hon. Neil Black, M. L.C., a coloinst of forty-one years standing, died yesterday. J)0 not make a mistake nod suppose be cause Thompson, the cabinet-maker, adver tises a. superior article, that hie prices will not compute favourably -with any one in town. Gall and judge for yourselves. His motto is J3£otiomy, as well as Excellence. Furniture Warehouse, next Mr. Aland's, Palmerin . street,-[Advt.] ? Ws have been requested to draw attention of the Bale of the gates, botbs, &c., in con . n action with the races, on the Queen's Birth Day, to be held at Hr. J. H.' Dunlop's rooms, Fitrroy-Btreet, to-morrow (Wednesday). The racespromise to be most successful, and we tope to we a good attendance of buyers. Cohceut AT the Towk HALL.-Last night a concert embracing secular and sacred music was given at the Town Hell under the auspices of the Presbyterians of this town, for the benefit of the Manse building fund. Vie programme for the e...

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English Mails Close at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

Enrilab WUSOloiie at Warwick. Vu Melbourne «ndO»tH>- .. About May 2nd VliBydnur*ndS»n Frtndtw- ... About>Uyl«ti> VuntTMStnlto-C.' .. On Miy 16th, nt £.30 p.m.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] The Australian Crickcters. LONDON, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR srEcrAi. MESSAGE.] The Australian Crickcters. LONDIIN, Mny la. THIS Australian ci iclcetors coinuiencod their first match in Englaudat Southeuipton to-tlny, against eighteen gentleman of Hie county of Hampshire. The mulch attnicfed consider able attention, and much interest was falcon in the playing of the Australian team. 'J'ho weather was beautifully fine throughout the day, and there was A very large at tendance on the ground. The Au6tmiiana went first to tlio wickets and scored 250 runs before they had all been disposed of. The play of the Australian loam generally was much admired. The home team followed, und at the close of tbo day's play Proved 43 with the loss of two wickets* LONDON, May 14. The match between tbo Australian Eleven and eighteen of gentlemen players of the county of Hampshire was resumed to-day at Southampton. The home team, in continuing their innings, failed to make a stand, nil of them toing disposed of for 116 runs. Being in a mino...

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ARRIVAL AT WARWICK [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

V n J, v.= ABUTAL AT WAMW1CK tod (Mile- .. .. About May 8rd .ndfian Frandsco- .. About May 16th Stnito- " " " About 11a>-nth

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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, MAY 15. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

Warwick Police Oonrt SATUBDAY, MAT 15, (Before tlio Police Magistrate and W. Thomp Bon, Esq., J. P.) Mumcipal INSPECTOK V. S. P. Cotmore. -Samuel Parnell Cutnore was summoned by tbe Municipal Inspector for a breach of the Municipal bylaws-Mr. Nicholson for the Municipal Council* and Mr* Boyle for the defence. Joseph H. Redmond said be bold an appointment under the hand of the Mayor empowering him to prosecute under the by laws No. 1, cap 2, bearing on tho licensing of waggons, &c. ; knew Kit martin, who was in the employ of Outwore, and remembered seeing him 011 the 10th instant, at the railway station; he was assisting to load goodB on a waggou owned by his employer; they wore ii'ou plates for railway purposes* and Mr. Outwore did not on the XOtb May hold a license under the Municipal by-laws; the railway station is within the Municipality. By the Bench «. The goods were not unloaded within the Municipality. For tho defence, & P. Cutmore said: The iron that was bein...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1880. The Divisional Boards Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

I Tjraras a tpssk.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, MAT 18, 1880 Th# Divisional Boards Act. PAbS-iaments, like individuals, should religiously hold to their promises. To make a promise and depart from it is not only ft dishonorable act of itself, bat it fiometia&s ttftntpfe >a fatal want of confidenc»itriUd[ parties who have hitherto beebi eateemail as generous j^nwtworthys! -perhaps. Itisun. necewary.JiojrBter.io stay and discuss Dffif. Thp. jPT^scnt Ministry, moat presently be judged by their acts, »n.4jW ?> W® iWflJ A rejoice, although of an opposite shade of politios, if even an individual minister should foul his own nest by; acting- adverse to his pro mJu^.T^p 4ay. is fast passing away When wen cab'With impunity indulge in a iit&xlogbta stealing -op the political eheuooartr. '' 'CotiAitUehks in Queens land bave a -ftfr-^lA'ro'tjf1 patient en du^WaiHiw'th'eib/aild are evidently anxious to accord tho fullest latitude ingly perreim <ia their: actions. But (here...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880

Sydney. £vA01C OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 17. - Five children with tboir father was found on Saturday night sleeping in the scrub near Mooro Park, jn a state of destitution. Tho father who was a drunkard, mid compelled tho children to beg has been sent to gaol and tb* children to ail Industrial School. A rumor is in circulation that a disturbance is probuble at Hamilton, owing to tho A.A. Company's laborers filling small coal, A detachment of police has been sent out to-day, but are not required. The laborers went to work tus usual, and were joined by fifteen fresh hands.

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