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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1880. The Queen's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

[*0BLUHE0 TWICE A. WEEK.] -n»r.T , \TaBTOCfr, WESbiLY^MAY 186, 1880. '^r^iiiPy' Byeciji. lHj:,§0,tqi)tyyrff issua.we, ventured to in!UW A^w ,pr/»p»etic!rem&rlci bearing upon the ieothusiastawitti which Her Majesty's birthday would be celebrated yesterday "'IhWugbout the colonies, ^dint&king aretrospect of Queen Vlctbrtfk reign, we pointed to the manifold scientific acquisitions which had'-'MM 'brought' :ifi£o practical use since her accession to the British 'tFhntiCb theifli»pla.yof loyalty, yesterday's doings will sufficiently bear out our anticipations. And in pointing to, the .benefits which eleotricity bad oftught tapob the World in providing a ready, fipqMMrcl » cmnmnnication with distant countries, we were quite uncon ?cious.of the fa^t( that .on the sumo day thb^preBs of thid colbny would W bene fitted by electric communication, in the form of an abstract report of Her -Majesty's speech delivered on the eve of our publication. " Facts are stubborn things, and ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Kates on the Trunk Line Extensions. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Kates on the Trunk Line Ex tensions. MR. KATES, addressing the electors-at the Town Hall, AUora, on Friday last, said, " If ever there was a good reason, I may sty a neoessity, for patriotic oolonists to meet and try to avert what may prove to become a public calamity, it iB the recent party action of the present Government respecting the ex tension of trunk lines. The Hon. the Minister for Works is now calling for tenders to initiate these extensions, these tenders to beopened . and most probably dealt with on the ) 1th June nest, before the next meeting of Ijprlia ment. About three months ago, wheh ad dressing some of my constituents at Flatten, I most particularly dwelt upon the subject of extensions, and thenadvocated a movement to hare theBe worts stopped for the present; and although at thaf time the .majority of the colonial aem^anfers (the Courier fa particular) strongly favored these ^extensions, .Imd aow gratified to see that, with few exMpHons, they have found oat their m...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Australians v. Longsight. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC, j [NEUTER'S AGENCY.] Australians v. Longsight. LONDON, May 20. THE third match of the Australian cricket team cointucnced at Longsight to-dny against eighteen of the district players. The home players went first to the wickets, and scored 118, all out. The bowling of Spoffortb was greatly admired; he took nine wickets. The Australians then went in, hut tbc wickets fell rapidly, six of the team being disposed of for 2G runs. The bowling of the eighteen was very good, being dead on the wicket. Great interest was taken in the match, the attendance of the public being very large. LONDON. May 21. Tho match of the Australian Eleven ngniust the Longs iglit eighteen was continued to-dny. Tbc Australians resumed their innings and muds a good stand, the principal feature of the play being the excellent batting of Blackham and Bonnor, the former being run out for 81, and tlio latter caught out scoring 74. Altogether, the Australians had a fine innings, making a total of 214...

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Queensland Turf Glub Annual Meeting. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Queensland Turf Glub Annual Meeting, [BT ELECTUIC TELEGRAPH.] [FEOJI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] liRIBBANS, May 22. THE abovo mooting commenced on the Eagle Farm Course to-day. The weather was fine, the sport excellent, and the attendance very fair. Lieutenant-Governor Bell and suite were present throughout the day. The following are the results Crrr HANDICAP.-Major, 1; Olivia, 2 ; Satirist, 3. Four Starters. Two AND THIIEE YEAR OLD STAKES. Balthazar, 1; Othello, 2; Decoy, 3. COBINTUIAN STAKES.-lirownie, 1; Soldier Hoy, 2; Motli, 3. Seven starters. MAKES I'RODUCE STAKES.-Waterloo, 1; Canary, 2; Eclipse, 3. MOIICTON UANDicAr.-The Barber, 1 ; Syduoy, 2; Orphan, 3. Six starters; a splendid nice, won liy half a neck. Time : 2uiin. 43!sec. SELLING STAKES.-Spondulix, 1; Childei'S, AI.L-AOUD STAKES.-Major, 1; Decoy, 2. Five starters, won by a length. HEISBASK, May 24. There was excellent sport at the races to day, and the attendance was very pood. THE SHORTS.-.?Satirist, I ; Olivia, 2 . Viscou...

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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Commercial' ARGUS Offlcc, Monday Evening. E BUSANG.-Saturday's Courier «aya i-Thj -Xeek tos been a fairly feuBy one in the pro jAptii ayiifket. There have been several ship. Ittbentrof main] to tho north, but Bupplies nrc ;taql|r ftwl^. Wholesale dealers giWtwfollowing quotations i'-M»Uc, 2s. 2d. to2s. Id. for good; oaten'hay. beat, £3 10s. to £4; lucerne, £2 15s. roJBSf lucerne chaff, JB3 to £3 10s.; mixed chuff, £3 10s. to M i Adelaide bran, JBG 10s. to £7; oats, 3s. 6d. to 8s. Od.; barley, 8B. 3d. to 3s. 9d.; potatoes, £i 10B. to £5; imported onions, £S 10s. to Ms local butter, 8d. to lid. (farmers' prices); eggs, 10d. to 12d.; Sydney bacon, 10a. to lljd. i English hams, l&d. to m i oNoiiui cbeeae, +d. 'to Od.; imported cheese, lOd. to lid. 'J 'MflWM.'lTikftlV and Co. ,af the railway 'TcrmlitM Woatace Market, report for week endin; May 20:-Limited supplies, but _ uUfflj -attendance -of buyers, and prices steadily maintained at recent advances. Main still in very short Bup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ' ^TTbjElIIET, 80)ffIOITOE, & PB.OOTOE, . -E4LKBBIlf-BieElT, WABWICK. 1034 ' 'niu. The Boilding Trade. . & GIBSON i .' i /TSABBBNTEBS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL \J / (JOMTBACTOBS, ^dQfnr^BTBBST,! WARWICK. vflfi , Oon ABKICK. lull) mil ?. i.. oaijWWWril^MB *,i.l Jl .W.ii-. < :. - ? :. ' v.-ir «n IIWJI.I," ..II J- . ?? ' ?: ''?.? Im-iil-mr 1.. vi.-.iiii!-C+®WVl ... ? j ri^ {K(^>4doV'.to V<Denn<>tti,|i Railway Hold), |.nf..,u,l c('tODtAtnr, W+sw . I fiiU l»i oinj'J4 wlj I1' v.' 'J "} . " i* I a»: > VdfiBr&flfetri. jrork"ot,*ti d^scnpUon^^ j ..,1 I^^iiw»i«y..rtnip4^«nce«, .898] ? tnflWnlia irmJSnT I'll J !'U- ' '' .' ??? - ?? '] ",OTK«fl»1VHOTEL, - . i-!P*MiKiunreWST*.W)WwicK. -I ? ^""ai^BBT-Cl'Afla TABLE. .»?? ^SD'jSriBtDfO.;' '" i.V,T;] lethbeidgk, ' I p;;: ^ompL, , 11 '' ihA nmlfnnJifTAAtjI. . I !.».* 1ft ?' " . i SbEG-AJsr" , liia ffiMWand. the public iVhe Jim, token the .above n® Jf»mjlie5 aiifl Com fi...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

ABB1VAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAIL8. 83HT8U J JUUMVALB : . wpa firiatauifL IMWlch, Toowoomba, Cambooya, and T. P. O., dally, (Sunday. nroomU,46<mat ll-Si .JO., and from Tooiroc®|j«^jmv at loifi Ttom Tbotsrildd, Maryland, and New Sooth Wales . Thund*}* ex *,.Chsrif Md Gap, dally l »t 7 p.m.; frpm Tunnel Ounp *nd _ 3on Tuesdays Md Fridays, at 7 p.n. ' * " From I-oyborn, Fatten, Darkey Rat, South Steel com, tad Sandy Omk, every Saturday, at 1*80 p.«i.; X^e^Hun .jm-Oamboo>ik, on Wednesdays Witt Mondays*&dTtiiir»days,at 6*30. p.m. ^ -- igndjiftwUitni Ootonla vu Briifcaw, 67 «nqr owwrtanlty. MAkrr&aillliiti Clws*, I), at 11a.m.; a&o, for Brt»bane> jrpooiba, on TnMdiy and Saturday» I'M pan., and for Toowooinba, on Thursdays, at At 6 p.UL T *- . .- V ForStantboij^lUiirtand/Wieriy Oallj', and Gap, dally, (Saturdays excepted), at 8 p.m., for the Tunnd fnp WWUya and Wednm. dan, at 8K&., aMfor the Tbtrtwn-mUe Camp, on 8a*oidayS| at u*90 p»tn. For tata...

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Mail Arrangements Court Sittings, &c. PETTY-DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Mail AmngramtyViftyu* fltytinw, jbc. W5ST®»R °°TT The 8ttttnfs W ins CMfrmt held fortnightly on the

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THE ORANGE SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

THE ORANGE SOIREE. THE Soiree at the Protestant Hall last evening was a grand success in every respect. There mis a crowded attendance and around the Hall were suspended several appropriate mottos. A good tea was provided and done ample justice to, af:er which a pleasant time was passed, stirring addresses being delivered by the Eeverends A. Dandie and P. CUinsham, and several selections were rendered by the choir. But in one eenso the githering was not a conveient one Cor ourselves, as it came late in the day, when we were busy with a heavy day's engagements. Otherwise we should have had extreme pleasure in giving the proceedings prominence in our columns. It will, however, gratify our friends both at home, and at a distance to leam that the anniversary proceedings in connection with the No 11 Pioneer Lodge passed off with the utmost eclat. Mr. F. Andrews, the Master of the Lodge, occupied the chair.

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THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

THE RACES. ! The races wore announced to commence ' punctually it 12 o'clock, but the general public accepted the intimation cum grano I alii, for it was after that hour before the | crowd commenced to roll up. Of course this : was a holiday in the strictest interpretation ' of the word, therefore everyone who could i air 3. quadruped was present ill "full gallop," so that the proportion of horsemen was ex I ceptionally in advance of the usual muster. I And as there were no red coated bearers of I the stockwhip present to enforce the | order which is so well observed at the big event, our friends from the country enjoyed ' wide scope to test the speed of their " Dobbin | Dans" aoross the sward. And this they in dulged in with much freedom without danger to anyone for the widest space was available. It must have been nearly an hour after the advertised time before the first race was run i off, when pedestrians and horsemen still con tinued to flow in, and later in the day the at tend...

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Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Queen's Birthday. YI-ISTBCDAY being the anniversary of the birth of Her Most Gracious Majesty was ob served as a close holiday by all C]U6ROS. The day was fine nnd sunny, and sufficiently warm to entice holidny makers out of doure, but the variety of attractions rendered the attendance of the general public at: even the uiost popu lav rattier small. The amateur race meeting was very well patronised and afforded a very good dny's amusement. The cricket match on the Zingari ground attracted a considerable gathering of patrons of the tented field, while numerous parties wended their way to kan garoo Battues and private picnics in the country. A raid on the marsupials at the homestead of a settler on The Glen seemed the centre of attraction in the country and thither a goodly number of shootiBts repaired at any early hour. A jolly day was spent, though the slaughter WHS not great, a fact owing to the ranks of the poucb«bearers having been so sadly thinned during the past twelve or eight...

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The Northern Downs Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

The Northern Downs Pigeon Match. THE NOBTIIEBN DOWKS PIGEON CLUB held their annual match on the D&lby Race Course 'on the 19th inst. The weather was fine and the attendance fair. Owing to the Brisbane* Ipswich, and other pigeon matches beintr close at hand, several of the members were not able to attend. The following is a report of the shooting. FIRST MATCH.-Members; sweep of 5s; 3; birds; 25 yards rise; first prise, 76 per cent, second, 25 per cent.; 100 yards boundary. T. W. Watts, 10 0 1 W. Chambers, 101 2 J. D.Smith,0 0 0 J. S. Jeason, 101 2 W. Webb. Ill 3 >V. Jeynes, 110 2 SECOND MATCH,-Handicap; 10s sweep, with £2 added; 3 birds; first prize, 75 per cent.; second, 25 per cent. J. D. Smith, 24 yards. 10.. T. W, Watte, 2* " 00 W. Chambers, 26 " 10 , j. 8. Jcwop, 26 " 0 2 0 W. Jeynes, 27 ,, 2 2 W. Webb, 28 .,020 2 In shooting off the ties, Mr. Weob won. TBIBD MATCH.-N. D. P. C. Handicap; sweep £1* with £3 added ; 7 birds; first priec* 60 per cent.; second, 25 per cent...

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THE VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

THE VOLUNTEERS. Our citizen soldiers turned out long ere the orthodox hour of twelve o'clock to fire a /eit-dc-joie in honor of the day. At the military and naval depAts in Great Britain, the twelve o'clock gun is the signal for spending much gunpowder. By this time the men-of-war are manned, and the troops ashore are drawn up in line; and on thiB occasion at least during the your, the public are enabled to form somo estimate of a truly British cheer. But our volunteers assembled in very limited numbers under the command of Lieutenant Gerieh at breakfast time and fired three roundB, and jjave three lusty cheers for the Queen before leaving the drill paddock. Had their numbers been increased to thousands, as much enthusiasm would have marked the fcu-dc'joic at Warwick as is to be found in the gallant redcoats of the line at all the garrison towns.

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THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

THE CEICKET MATCH. J he return match between the Allora Club and the L ZingariB was played on the ground of the latter Club, on the southern Recreation Square, and from the fact of the two teams being regarded as well matched, attraoted a considerable amount of attention. The visitors rode into town shortly after 8 o'clock, and having breakfasted at the Cosmopolitan, and rested themselves for an hour, proceeded to the convincing ground, where everything had been made ready by the home team. The wickets were pitched without delay by the Umpires (Messrs. Marlay and Fowles), and Mr. Burge, the visiting Captain, having won the toss, elected to take the field. The Gipsy Captain sent in Gannon and Marlay to the bowling of Buxton and Burgc. The bowling opened woll on the spot, and tho pioneer bats and their immediate successors having sue* cutnbed for as many runs, msttere appeared to be rapidly settling down to a state of dis organisation in the Gipsy camp, and the utter rout of the team ...

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The Campaign in Afghanistan. LONDON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

The Campaign in Afghanistan. LONDON, May 22. As announced in the Queeu's Speech, Mr. Gladstone's Cabinet are determined to use their utmost endeavors to bring the Afghan war to A speedy close. In pursuance of this resolve, the Marquis of JEUpon, the neirly>appointed Viceroy of India, is the bearer of special instructions that the campaign be closed at the earliest poi* sible moment. Doubts are entertained, how ever, of the posibility of giving immediate effect to the instructions of the Government, inasmuch as the different tribes continue to display con siderable hostility to the British ; and although no serious engagement has occurred of late, desultory lighting is still taking place . in various parts of tho country.

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Catholic Concessions in Germany. BERLIN, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Catholic Concessions in Germany. BERLIN, KAY 20. I In the Prussian Diet yesterday a bill wrb introduced by the G overnment for the revision of the May law* now in force, whereby the Catholic clergy were placed under stringent regulations. The objeot of the Government was to relax those laws and to grant large concessions to the Catholic clergy in con sequence of the understanding recently arrived at between the Vatican and Germany.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Brisbane [FHOM OOB OWN COME6PONDENT.] May 24. The annual gathering of the Sunday Schooi Union, carao off to-day* The children and teachers marched in processional «rder to the Botanic Gardens, where hymns were sung and a address was delivered by Dr. Kelynaek. Various amusements were indulged in, and there was an immense assemblage of people.

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Turkey and the Berlin Treaty. LONDON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Turkey and the Berlin Treaty. LONDON, May 22. In reference to tbe recent communication between the Groat Powers as to tbe internnl affairs of Turkey and non-fulfillment of cer tain portions of the Berlin Treaty, it is now understood that the Powers hare come to a mutual understanding as to the course to be followed. In pursuance of tbis understanding a communication has been addressed to tile Turkish Government, calling attention to the non-fulfilment of their obligations under the treaty, especially pointing out that the rec tification of the frontier line of Greece and Turkey was still unsettled, and, further, that the appointed cession of territory to Monte negro had not yet been made. The commu nication further proceeds to say that uuleES the matter of the Greek frontier above men tioned and the difficulties with Montenegro, were settled without delay another conference of the Great Powers would be held in July, when the points in question would be taken into consideration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

ADVICE TO MOTHERS!- Aroyoubioken in your j reti by a sick child suffering with tho pain of out* ting teeth? Gout once to a chemist ami .get a bottle of Mbs. Wikrlqw'h SOOTHING SYRUP. It will reUeve^tho poor #uffarar immediately. It it from pain, auu tlio little cherub awaken "as bright at ft button.11. It soothe* the«cluld and ?oftow the gum*, ullayi nil pain* relieve# wind, regulates tbo bowels, juifl U .the best knowu remedy for dyBpntto and *lUfrli«a, whether raising from 'teftthing or' other cause*. Mrs. Winaluwfs Soothing fiyrup is aold by Medicine dealeia everywhere nt ts per bottle. Manu aetured At 493 Oxford Street, London. VAWAaut OiBCovan* VO%THE Hmi.- -If you tte>) rttlorcin tvrry cateOrty or White Hair to V'!1 'ItsfWigUml colour,^without lining -tbe 'disagree* able amoU of most " Restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well m 'promoting thu growth of tlio hair onbuld spots, where the , J *- J 1 Oheralst for nisnut v. , jr^rrsTn, .ml sold by Ohomists and...

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Allora. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 May 1880

Ailora. I i fvUOM OUR OWN COHUF.erOKDENT.] SINCE the date of iny lust couimunicution the weather lias been fiuo, with cold nights nnd slight frosts, the days pleasantly warm. Then has been a large quantity of wheat sown, and in some farms is now above ground, and looking very healthy. The farmers arc still very busy ploughing and as many as four and five teams arc to be seen in afurm; others are busy sawing their crops. Thay are quite < cheerful on their prospects, but a good full of rate would be welcome. There iB nothing stir ring to report, but some excitement has been causoi here throughout the past week by the distribution of California^ and Spring wheat, imported by Mr. Kates, M.L A., for which ' that gentleman deserves great thanks. It was quite amusing to " your own " to see the many witb bag in band from all parts, around Mr. . Kotos to get their portion, whlih was freely given and thankfully received. I must confess -that I feel somewhat down in the dumpa HE to ...

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