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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, MAY 11. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880
Warwick Petty Debts Court. Tuksd.w, MAY 11. (Htffnro tin1 l'oliro Magistrate sind Win. Thompson, Kpi]., .l.P.) It-miiY v. NICHOLSON.-The case of Samuel Kigby v. A. S. Nicholson ir.tb resumed lo^lay --Claim for work done and goods supplied. Mr. O'.Sullivan, (he s&lt; Iicitor for the defen dant, withdrew tin; application tor a nonsuit, iih the defendant preferred going on with the defence.-Tho following additional evidence was takeu :-Alhorli Stephen Nicholson, on oath, stated: I am the defendant in this oaso ; 1 made an arrangement with plainlill' for the board, lodging, Ac , of Mrr>, Donnelly; I arranged to give him £1 per week for the hoard, washing, and lodging of Mrs. Donnelly ; this is not hor name, hut il is an assumed name ; I (old him (hat his wife Mrs. Kigby-would doubtless receive a pound or two for hor trouble ; 110 time whatever was mentioned ; it is false that the £1 pur week was to ho until the confinement: T told Kigby that J hud taken a cottage from one Hui...
Bishop Hale's Visit to Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880
Bishop Hale's Visit to Warwick. Iiiis Kight lteverend 11K1 Lord II i ,-1) op of Iirisbaiiu arrived in Warwick on Saturday ('Veiling, for the purpose o£ officiating ut con firmation services at St. Murk's Church on .Sunday, and consecrating n portion of the cemetery on Monday. Ilis Lordship took part in the services 011 Sunday morning, celebrating Holy Com munion, the sermon being preached liy the Kov. James Matthews. The rerodos over the Holy (able looked very beautiful. It was surmounted with a wreath composed chiefly of white chrys.ni thcuuiiiis, and just Biiflicioiitly relieved lor tlic effect of color with scarlet geraiicuuis. The text in gold letters was most appropriate to the day and to the occasion," Th"y received the Holy Cthost.' The font also had its wreath, iu which white flowers only weie displayed. We may licrc remark that the Bishop starts to-day (Tuesday), at S o'clock "..m. for Killarnoy, where thero will be n confirmation service at 12 o'clock in Christ Church. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880
HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, Pamcsbxn-ST&bkt, Wabwick. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE^8s GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & Genkrai. CONTRACTORS, &lt;JUY-8TEEI!T, WAUWICK. [A CARD.] w. gaISFORD, (tapetitet.Bullder, & General Contractor, * PEEOV-SliEET, WAHWICK. finiMBEH YaUD, for tlio Supply of PIKE, i^ JOBDAE, *nd HARDWOOD, ol all lengths and dimensions, At lowest rates. SS5 ICABPJ W-: G. CONLEY, OarpBnter, Bonder, and General Con '?v,.,,: tractor, " FllTBOYAHD Gdv-btbebts, WARWICK. ; - " ? . eso .' [A CAM).] F. PALMERO, M&tress (Nextdoor to M'Dermott'a Hallway Hotel), Gtrr«anuEKr( WARWICK. 3J.B.-;-Joiner'fl work,of ill descriptions at tekds^to jiroinptly, at modorate priccs. 89G THEjROYAL HOTEL, , ^jLMOBtS^BXET, WAUWICK. J.; IP- LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, J3BIVATE Sitting HOOMS for FAMILIES. A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. Best Wines and'Spirits only kept. Gooo Stablino. J. T. LETHBBIDGK, ' fiOTAL HOTEL, XJornet'of Palmorin and Oraft...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880
' Afilff'iti AND DEPARTURE OF HAILS. GFO' . AHUVAM: (Sundays excepted), at 4*46 p.m., also, from ttrfatanc, I|»gwieji, i .ml Toowoomba, on Tuesday* and Saturdays at 11 *B5 &lt; *,m., Mid from Toowoomba, on Thurwlays, at 10'3.r> p.m. From Tentcrflcld, Maryland, and New South Wa1un freneroiiy (avariand), daily (Sundays and Thursday* ex- i ueptod), at 7 p.m. | From Btanthorpe, Cherry Gully, and Gap, dally > (Sundays excepted), at 7 p.m.; from Tunnel Camp and Eljrht-milu Crook, on Tuesday and Fridays, at 7 p.m.; and from the Thirteen-mile Camp, on Saturday**, at | noon. ft- Iwjbmn, - Prutten, Daifcey Flat, South Tool- I turn, and Bandy Crook, every Saturday, at 1'30 p.m.; Also, from l>ybuni y« Cainbooya, on WodnusdayH and Batmdow,**. p.m. " and Southern Colonies vja IHAim, by every opportunity. DsFAimmw-MAILS Clobk, For Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba Caiubooya, (Hlfton,*Jkrf^i&il9ralandTraveUinK1'oit Officc. daily, *'or Tenterfleld and New 6outh Wales treneraHv (o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880
W "ANTED lo bo known that the CHEAP . . MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost tltf only one in Australia whore JOINTS of PKIME 1113E1'' nin Im jimcliuBi'd nl 1 i&lt;l per ]!,. 1 !-!> WAM'I',11 Hi iiifii-1s&lt;-&lt;-i>'Th l«. 1 i-v SA N I.UCi: SUN'S UAKhVi I'OWDKl! and SANDKHSON'H WASHING CltYSTAI.. Sold by nil Grocers, uml Wholesale liy !.'. Saniikiikon, Kelvin Grove-road, ]!iisli;uiL' S1V-1 WANTED imnicdialely ft MARlilKD COUPLE, without incumbrance. Man as generally useful and must bo nlilo lo plough and mill;. AVifo nillsl bo n thorough Cook nnd Laundress, voting people preferred. A | >l>Iy lo \V. M. Dhkson, Terra M til is, 1 n^u: wood. 'lii NOTICE. THE Local Banks will bo CLOSIil) «>,. MONDAY. 24th Just., being a Legal Dank Holiday. -ItlS NOTIC E. ALL Accounts OWING to ine not PAID by llic 24th of ill'- present irumtli will bu pkiecd in the hands uf a Solicitor for re t'ovi'l'v. 4',IS G. W. CHAVASSH. Notice. Noticc. A POUND SALE will bo held THIS D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 May 1880
T/-.H li ? i "5 an 1i! v!qlS .?iii.lVULi CLIF^atV5RACES. Willi iilM i . I '' . -! 1 V V' . ' ? mo beJioIdonMONDAIlf, ,8tth .May &lt;1880. .11 _ J>«Mnr&lt;irs.JAWES MOWEN. Stairard//f;j3aN M'GEE. J i y . »?. y ,,., DAVOT SINCLAIR ?U" ' "WttiUTAM iJAtiTON' ' 4 , NEVILtE .? ?' "'cH|B.EeS OIU,AM, Juur. ,ua>. JflHJJ eONNEtl,. !3tf$aY ftffAELES GICLAM, Senr. ClerkofCbiitio : THOMAS LOGAN. I n« IfltMtttr ;iOHABLEB OILtAM, Junr. .a#. CWffi'Sum, 5,i ifcttbEN^PLATEof Eight (8) Sova, for ,((^l/.h£ijsei ibft never Woo an^ advertised ereeodhiB fivo (fi) pounds; a sweep of-ten (10) shillings each from starters to i't.'fHbfcT*dd«d 'to* the second lioreo to i»'l .'lobrivei; thirty (30) shillings from tlic id ui«nqunt. Weight for age... Distance, Jnniii'ljiiBuJe. lijn-j ,.i ! Btetert-'lUcE. ! j(3} for all Ponies fourteen | (U) bands and under. Catch weights. Ihs OpieTON i HANDICAP of (Fifteen (10 j .v sflGvs.jtfor.'aU Htrsas j to bo handioapped ty the 6tewards or whom they may ...
Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 21. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
Warwick Police Court FBXDAY, MAT 2!. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ISUEACII OF MUNICIPAL BY-LAWS.-PMlip Thornton, was summoned by Joseph H. Bodtnond, the Municipal Inspector, for a breach of the Municipal by-laws, Mr. Jfic holson for the Council, and Mr. Boyle for defendant-The Inspector in his evidence stated that defendant did not hold a. dray license from the Corporation; the Corporation quarry was within the town boundary' of the Municipality of Warwick ; Thornton mas paid by the Council for carrying gravel on April 5th.-Tiiomns Tyrrcli, a laborer, said he was working all through the month of April for the Corporation; could not swear that Philip Thornton was delivering ^gtono and gravel on the 5th; he ,dtew s^one from the quarry outside the Bosenthalgate, whtyh was outside the Municipality.-Philip Thornton, the defendant, said be did not retaember the 6th of April, and had DO recollection of work ing for the Corporation in the month.' of April) did not draw any stuff from the...
Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, MAY 18. (Before the Police Magistrate.) UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
Warwick Petty Debts Court. To BSDAT, MAY 18. (Before the Polico Magistrate.) U NDEFEN J)BI> CABE8. Thomas Arnica v, L. By an.-Work done, £2 !5s. Gd. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs-in all, £3 18B. 6d, .J. M. Brfienicy v. Matthew Smith.-'Goods sold, 415 10s. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs-amounting iu all to £1 2s. DEFENDED CA8E. F. 0*llagau v. S. H. Wccdon-Damages, .£9. Mr. O'Sullivan appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Gannon/ (from the office ofBoberte and Roberts,) appeared for tlie defendant. Tbo plaintiff was nonsuited.
Dr. kelynack at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
Dr. Itclynack at Warwick. On Tuehd.iy evening Dr. Win. Kelynael;, t celebrated omtor, delivered a lecture at the Town Hall on "Martin Luther and hie times, a text fur today." The Duelor waa met ut the afLernoou train by the Kev. P. Clipsham aud the office bearers of the Wesleyan Chureh, whom he was in frodueed. Dr. Kelvnack then diovr» to the residence of Mr. David Clarke, of the Medical Hall, whose hospitality he received during his visit. The lecture commenced nt 8 o'clock, by which hour the Hall was literally crammed. Tho chair was occupied by the Itev. 1\ Clipsham, and prayer having hcen offered hy the Itev. A Dandie, the chairman introduced Dr. Kelynack to the audience, extended a warm welcome to him, and ox uvskcU the pleasure they all fell at seeing Jr. Kelynack amongst them. Dr. Kjclynack, who was received with much applause, opened a brilliant discourse of over un hour and thirty minutes by acknowledging the welcome accorded him, and soliciting the sympathy of his audience,...
Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN COIUtEBPONDKNT.] May 20. It is stated that the police have the Kollys surrounded at Kiug River, in an inaccessible position; that a hundred polico fully armed would be unable to take them; nnd Mint the only way, therefore, is to starve thorn out. CaxcKPT.-Tho return match between the Allora Club and the I Zingaris will be played at Warwick, on the southern Recreation Square, on Monday next, Queen's Birthday. It will be remembered that the Gypsies suffered defeat at the hands of the Allora club on St. Patrick's Day, and we know sufficient of our local knights to warrant ns asserting that I hey will st rain every «iuew to regain their lost laurels. The leans they will bring iuto the field is a good one all round, hut they will be opposed by au cloven who will take a good deal of beating--an eleven which includes the ominous name of " Jving." The AUom team are cxpuuted to arrive about 0 o clock, and, having breakfasted at the Cos* mopolituu Jiotel. the game wil...
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
Brisbane [i KOM OUIl OWN COttRIWONDENT.] May 14. TUB past weak IIM been more prolific of news than in usual «t (ilia season of the year, and notwithstanding tliatoiir legislators con tinue to make their silence conspicuous. we, in Brisbane. should be thankful for tlio pleni tude of very readable matter supplied ns by our dailies. Of course the chief topic of con versation has been the dilatoriness in the as sembling of Parliament. and the correct way in which wo should appropriate the balance of our new Ij'U n, lifter squaring difficulties ; on this latter point there appears to lie no two sides to the question, and many and varied arc Uie schemes ventilated, V>y tbo Press and the public, for the dun carrying out of this nice little game. Capricorniaus I and AlbcrUanders instinctively view all tins as the off-spring of southern jealousy and I greed, aud it is really quite amusing to note the different opinions of the Northern Press on the subject. Some deprecate the advisa bility...
Rambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
Rambling Comments. (BY CAPEB FEY.) WELL, Mr. Editor, hero we arc again as lively and (lot tie hope) as disagreeable as ever. Its all vory fine your saying that Ibad better bottle up my wrath until the assembling of Parliament, but 1 must rub up uiy dormant faculties a little, while the heroes of Par liamentary fame are preparing for a descent upon the treasury, and going through 6uch exercises as will render them more competent to mangle Lindloy Murray, when called upon to mount the tribune. Fearful lest my right hand should have forgotten its cunning, I will with your kind permission amuse myself in the interim by parsing a few mild remarks on local items which may serve to indroduce mo once again to your amiable readers. I may mention for the enlightenment of those whom my playful remarks may irritate that my reason for writing under a nom da plume arises ; not from any fear of consequences, but merely I from that difBdencc and modesty which till great men feel when sowing their g...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1880. The Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
- lite JU'P*. [PUBLISHED TWICE A. WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1880. The Queen's Birthday. ON Monday next Deo volenti', our beloved sovereign will have attained her sixty-first year, and in taking a retrospect of the roign of Viatoria, we are struck at the marvellous revolutions wrought in the way of scientific dis covery. Her accession to tbe throne on the 28th June, 1838, being then but nineteen years old,' 'was marked by the practical adaptation of the .steam engine, which was then in. its infancy. Hpir,#peedi)y England has all once ad vanced to the.fore pioneered by her inventive sons.,, Jtailways were formed in every direction. Hearder came forth with hiii 'electric machine, steam ship companies' we're formed, and from these are to be traced to-day the nuclei of those immense companies, which so conveniently accommodate the wants of man. And &lt;witb electricity and the development ofateam machinery, re form has been noticeable-in all'other branches of science-more...
The Fisheries Dispute Between England and the United States. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
The Fisheries Dispute Between England and the United States. LONDON, May 10. Since the refusal of Iho late Foreign Secre tary, Lord Salisbury, toaccode to the demands put forward by Mr. Evarts on behalf of the American fishermen for componFation in con nection with " Fortune Bay," the matter in I dispute has been taken into consideration by 1 the United States Government, who have decided not to deal with the matter before referring it to Congress, and taking its opinion ! upon it. President Hayes has accordingly sent i a iuesBi&lt;?o to Cangress, inviting its considera tion of the prcBcnt position of affairs, a»d re questing to be informed as to the course which the United States Government is to pursue in view of the answer of the British Foreign Secretary- This matter is beginning attract, public attention both in England and the United States.
What are Main Roads? [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 May 1880
What are Main Roads 7 SrEAKINQ in our last iBSue of tlie Divisional Boards Act, we ventured to point to the .difficulties which are generally encountered in putting any new Act iu motion, and that as |a rule, however well conceived tbey might be, and equitably adjusted, Acts of Parlia ment sooner or later in the majority of instances were subject to considerable amend ment. But the Divisional Boards Act can permit of no such supplemental interference, as will be ssen by the following letter from the Hon, A. H. Palmer, which is the strongest specimen of official impotence that we have met with for some time. It is EO unique that we desire to give it the fullest prominence, for Mr. Palmer honestly confesses his entira inability to define its most important clause, namely: the definition of the words "main tenance of main roads." We admire th? open manner in which ho makes thiB undis guised confession. At the same time it may not be inopportune to point out that unless the authors of t...