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MR. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

? MB. aiiABSTONE. Mr. ttiMit Duff, in the course of one of his roofeht'addresses to his constituents, said that somejArfrt ago,; when Mr. Gltdstono's Ad tniaUmHW was :in power, a clever Tory, who ]ntt31>M!i Mr. Gladstoneandhis Administra tion, wrote the following acrostic G w»* tttgwafr okn, moiuitain of mind; A wuJin sSfeirtiorhetorio's art! D wa? a dark spot he hod in his heart; 8 was the sophistry led him astray; T was the truth that lie bartered away; O was the cipher his conscience became i K the new light that enlightened the same; E was the evil one, shouting for joy, "At it, and down with It, Guufatone, my boy!" ThisaAfttrtic in repeated in a drawing-room in the peesence of a young lady of good Liberal principles, ana the daughter of a well-known member of Parliament, who, without leaving the room, went to a table and wrote this answer to it: U is the gonuis that governs the nation; L are the Lords, who require education ; A la the animuB raised by the great; D are the do...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

MAIL NEWS. Tlio following is from the European llfail lor April 9lh. THEOOVEYANCE OP EWIGBANTS TO QUEENSLAND. The following . correspandenco on this subject bnsappearod in the Timej Sir,-Let me invoke your valuable aid in endeavouring to prevent the sacrifice of life that would inpet .certainly result should the Queensland Government succeed in carrying out their present scheme for the conveyance of fuijgmnts to that colony. I enclose a copy of an advertisement which lias lately appeared in the new»papere calling for tenders for the coarefttnoe of emigmnta by steam by a route three-fourths of which is through the tropics, , (he greater part- of it within a very few degrees pf the. Equator, and the latter portion so 4angf rims that during the last few years the Eastern and Australian Company, who have conveyed the mails, have lost nearly the whole of the fleet with which they commenced the service. Anyone who has journeyed to the East vtatiitj Jied Sen Jmd Indian Ocean will nuMifiigf...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Warwick Land Court. TOE usual monthly Land Court was hold on Tuesday lost, when the following applications were disposed of. - - HOMESTEADS. George Campbell, lf»0 acre*,I Emu:Vale. Accepted. Patricjt flodc, 1G0 acres, Wildash;-Ac cepted. . Philip Thornton, 80 acres, Wjld*eh.-Ac cepted. Ian. Goo. Evans, 80 acres, (Hadfleld;-r& coptod. Andrew B. Nelson, 80 acres, Killarneyl-Ac cepted. Depabtdm.-Mr. G. T. (3roaker 6f\jthe Australian Joint Stock Bankin'ttnHom, Vaa been transferred to Maokay. Mr. KkMtkp left Warwick yesterday. - '' > ' PIRATES ABOUT.-The Colonial Secret*ry has received the following startling telegram from the Chief Becretaiyj Bombay, dated yeBterday:-" A steamer named Genii, flying Liberian the'#fth April, for Port Briton, fehe las ot^/board arms, ftmbiunlUttn, and lanofaiKSr'til'peAmWlSl nationalities, supposed to Won aflHbustering expedition," We can find no sachylaceas "Port Briton.?' Tlhe, newest' amMtdrHb such <a portisBraton Bay, on' tne-tcoa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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ARRIVAL AT WARWICK: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

--["UjatnUl ?*» wmtfic*: ?' Vtt Melbourne ud Oe|W^optK»y44ths*id June 7th Vu Sydney and 6ao nancuoo-, ?, About June nth Yutotm fltimitt- V Atotrt June 11th

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Warwick Police Court-1 . WEDNESDAT, MAT 20. (Before the Police Magistrate,) Jjkv.CENT.-Qeorge Widdintan WMthftrgcd with Rivaling a work-box coptftiniagtt£l note Mil 2s. 6d.t fcba property of J&*.^riifbLtins, of of Pratton-street The accused, who pleaded sob guilty, was remanded until Saturday.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1880. Mr. Kates, M.L.A., and the Trunk Lines. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

lite Wwtfjfr [PVBLIBBBD TWICE A TOMT.] WARWICK: BAHHtDAY, MAY 29, 1880. Hr. K*tM> U.Xu'A.!, -tad the Trunk I&*is always, a. pleasure to read the sentiments which emanate from Mr. w invariably practical anil to the point. In our previous iMur4Mr4jUr«V<h6*wptt* < jf'frsjpeecb, Btfi'Mrid' nt'the' Jtowji'SEtall in AJlori a wetil? «Jirifctt,"bTi the "k^ntoj? member tor the Downi,'*h1ch' is entitled to the at tention of all persons who hare, the .frfelfiirb' bK "the colony at heart. A public meeting was called at Allora, for the pitpbs^'of protesting against the iratanidn rf'the trunk lines, and ap pealing to the Ab^ira-^prEBNOB to exerttftTI&fe .^foc&iobiirypowers with wkSohhe'ii) InVested^by suspending Mb authority.for. Ahe, execution of. tenders ftil reprejsentativea of the people & Wft of expressing ffl! in: Piarhtitnent upon this M^mBertatins. Although the meet ing was ijeld in .the. unpretentious town of Allote/it toaysafely b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sir. Henry Paxkes at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Sir. Henry Paxkes at Home. 1 jjk conclusion of an entertaining hkotoli ill (liu I'ncific Weekly of the i'reniier of New South Wales, thus painU in words die homo of ,Sir ll.ruiy IVrkofi, on the Iiliie Mountains. \\ e feel a soil" i t li.il any details concerning Keif made wen are always read with interest, and no man in the Australian colonies lias fought through tile BtorniB of life more successfully, and with greater honor, than the subject of this sketch. It concludes with the following description: Hut to gain a deeper and cleaver insight into tho character of the Premier we must follow hi in to his mountain home, some fifty miles away from the noise anil turmoil of the Colonial metropolis. Here, at FuuIcon bridge, he has created for himself a veritable paradise out of the silent wilderness. Why this romantic part of the Blue Mountains should lie named after one of the historical characters made famous by Shakespeare is easily explained by the fact of the birthplace of Sir llcnr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Rust Question. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

The Bast Question. W« have sometimes entertained I he idea that our Government show a laxity of npirit in behalf of' the famine interests by not assisting practically towards the discovery of some potent remedy for the red rust which played mil havoc with the wheatoropa in this district during the late season. True, the Government of Queensland have offered the handsome Bum of £1000 to the happy discoverer of a remedy for the curse, but we find by a printed document received from the office of the Minieter for Lands yesterday, that an official scientific teat has been made with respect to Boil and straw from this district, Theanalytical report in tliie instance emanates from Mr. Karl T. Steiger, the Government chemist, and no abler analyist is to be found ou the continent of Australia. But his report practically repeats the expres sion which emanated from a not lees eminent chemist in England many years ago, who remarked that the cure of this disease 11 had altogether baffled him, a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Clifton Races. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Clifton Races. (FROM OIB OWN COLLLLESL'ONDKNT.) I HE Clifton raoc meeting was hold 011 Monday last. There was a capital attend ance and the racing wns very good, the results giving every satisfaction to losers as well as winners. The settling up took place in the evening nt Mowen's hotel, when both winners and losers *'shouted" champagne. The usual toasts were proposed and drunk, and anions other things, it was carried unanimously that a club should be formed in the district, and arrangements were made for a conference to discuss the matter this (Saturday) evening at Mowen's hotel, when nil interested in the question are invited to attend. Tiie following are the results of the day's sports : - FJHST RACE. A MAIDEN PLATE of Eiyht (8) Sovs., for all horses that- never won an advertised prize exceeding five (5) pounds; a sweep of ten (10) shillings each from starters to be added to the prize j second horse to receive thirty (30) shillings from the amount. Weight for age. Distance, 14 m...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The Treaty of Berlin. VIEENA, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [ItEUJ'EIt'S AGENCY.] The Treaty of Berlin VlKKNA, M The question of the cession of territory to Montenegro under the Treaty of Berlin is not | yet Bet tied; and Hie Albanians show no Hi£piB of withdrawing their opposition to the in tended transfer. A proposal is now put forward by the Aus- ; triim Government which it is expected will be ; the means of bringing about the fulfilment of j tiiat portion of the Treaty of Berlin bearing i on this subject. It is that the town of Scutari be blockaded, in ordei to prevent the , Albanians receiving reinforcements from that I point. I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

The Queen's Birthday. Sin,-Can you please to kindly inform mo what right Mr. Quinn had to get up at the dinner on Monday lost, and propose the health of Mr. Horwita before the one for the Queen. The Queen is always proposed firs' in nil public affairs, and on an affair like this, when it is her birthday* I think her name ought to stand before anybody else. And Mr.Horwitz, ' I think, shewed Mr. Quinn a proper lesson j in proposing the Queen himself. I should 1 like to hear some sort of an explanation from I Mr. Quinn as to what he meant by this little j affair, for it seems to me to be altogether out ! of ttlaco on such a day as that was. I am, Ac., D. li. M;tv 27, 1880. {Wo cannot suppose for a moment that Mr. Quinn had nny intention of showing disres poet to the Queen. It will he remembered that time was on the wing, and there was anxiety to get along with the sports, so that Mr. Quinn's notion was to cut matters tie short as possible by proposing the member for Warwick, and gettin...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Bradlaugh and the Oath. LONDON, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Mr. Bradlaugh and the Oath LONDON, May 24 In the House of Commons to-mjjht, Kir Henry Diunimond Wolff, a Conservative, and one of tlic members for Portsmouth, intro duced a motion declaring that Hie House refuse to allow the claim eet up hy Mr. Btadlaugh to be exempted from the customary oath beforo taking hie 6cat in the House. A lengthy discussion followed, and the motion was eventually rejected. The House after wards adopted a resolution to the effect that the COHO ))o referred to a special committee cf the House for consideration and report.

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Our Member and the Political Situation. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Our Member and the Political Bitvation. TO THE ET>ITOn OP THK WARWICK A EG VP. Sin,-Perhaps you could inform i"o if tho rumour is true that our member, Mr. Hor witr, is aboufc to call a meeting- of bis consti tuents in order to tender them pome counsel or advice in our present political dilemma. I don't think Mr. ITorwftz has met the electors once since his election, cither to scok their advice or to pire them the benefit of his political experience. I think most of his electors will ajrrcc "wHV\ uio that the present, time would bo most opportune for a meeting of this kind, while there still is hope of our fair country being saved from ruin and crush, inp taxation by the extravagant railway policy of the present Government. Mr. Miles has written a. long letter to the Toowoomab Chronicle on this subject, which »b well worthy of perusal. # Mr. Kates has met his constituents twice since his cloction. What nbout our new Hospital, that has bocn so long promised nnd money voted for it ...

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Warwick Produce Market. ARGUS Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Warwick Produce Market. Abqdb Office, Friday Evening. %BB seduce market, which for many ?jptbslmd been unusually depressed, bat of ft BWpmore activity, though the revival bdwrMjrarioad prides to anything like their old high level. Of late we have neg lected to quote prices simply because there was really no alteration to record. The approach of winter, mid the blighting influence of the frosty weather, however, Jms naturally advanced tho price of several lines, and butter and eggs at any rate are now quoted at prices mom nearly remunerative than hitherto. We are indebted to the trade for the quotations giyen bfltftf, whirfi jvc believe uiay be taken us reliable. Maize is quoted at 2s. to 2b. 2d. wholesale, and 2s. 6d. retail. The new crop is «^ttdntr }n in plentifolsupply, but prices are firm, and it is anticipated will continue so. Lucerne chaff is worth i!2 10s. wholesale, £8 * "retell f the market is fully supplied with this nrtiole and there is no prospect of an advance. Oaten f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTOBNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, ., PaI/MI&ib-steiet, Wabwick. 1034 The Building Trade. W$.LLACE~& GIBSON /bXHPENTEHS, BUILDERS, k Genbrai I V/ CONTRACTORS. Gdy-stkiet, WAEWIOK. , ' -. - ? 768 ?: [A MSB.] y." ^-'g^Efobjd, , VABD.' forUie Supply of PINE, | llji-CEDAR, and 'HARDWOOD, of all1 «J»B iffltahnifoM. (*t lowest ntw, 896 i,f 'i«kj: " :-rWv G^ ^CONLEY, Q^Val. Oon Warwick. . ,. ,, 886 Iacmui-1 PALM ERO, a^dli TObolsterw, Uatress Hotel), I -^illlie^^k.'^all ^despnptioiuat- J ~~^L HOTEL,; ,rfi Ml r: ii^iraaroeottsiDGffli :?.< :;t PROPRIETOR, (?I <A FXBST'OLASS TABLE. J^WjfneM {OidSpiritB only k«pt. [???'.??ijs '? !<J00D 8TA*IIK0. "Yj ,t"Tr:!-'!L|TiBBtDOG, 1 B0TA1, HOTEL, ^' V^ei1 Jfaliiietin and Graf ton-streets. mill i'. vti'i ? -" ?. 68ft» flijhjMf Hrt*l <n WarwUk." j LITAN, * ; "WlH: MOR&AN . afriend# and the pnbllo i'hb lhas laken the above irfwii' Hotel,1 where Families and Com mercial Ge...

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English Mails Close at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Rngiinh Mails Oloss at Warwick. VurlfcilUlllillili ' .. .. About June Sral VuSydmy cndBui About June 8th VlJLlwn* Btnlta-. .. On J ano 12th, at 2.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

NOTICE OUR ACCOUNTS tor the past Quarter have been delivered, and an Early SETTLEMENT of eame will oblige. Overdue Accpuntg remaining unpaid nt the end of the ciirrtht quarter will be placed in the handt of a Solicitor for recovery. ' ARTHOK MORGAN.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] A Dangerous Practice. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. The Julilor tiill not be responsible for (my ojmiious or victus expressed by correspon dents, and will always rcjcct personal com. wnuiirnh'ojis unless on suhjccts of tnjjxo /ancc, and guaranteed by the ai^uo tiire t>/ the author.'} A Dangerous Practice TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK AUDI'S. DEAR SIR,-Could you teU if there is any thing in the Towns Police Act to prohibit the reckless explosion of fireworks in the public streets. During the p;^t week the most frequented portions of our business thoroughfares have seen nightly pyrotech nical displays under the conduct of boys of all ages and Etzes. These youngsters are not at all particular where they throw their explo sives-into the face of some passer-by or in at an open window, any where so long as the report is likely to cause alarm. The wonder is that many of these young fire-eaters do not ruin their eye»sight by the careless use of squibs, &c., but 1 suppose there is a Special Providence for this kind o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

Sydney [t'itou OUB OWN COnitEBPONDENT.] May 28. Tender® have been accepted for the con struction of a railway to llnndwick racecourse, and the contract is to be finished in time for the next races. A publican named Wilson, who was de fondant in an action at the Supreme Court, has been committed for trial by the Judge for wilful peijury. The Municipal authorities arc busily visiting the back slums, and condemning those unfit for habitation. Strong fears are entertained of a great roll up of the Wollsend and Plattsburg miners. This Aftennoon a deputation from the Anti Chicnese movement interviewed Sir Henry Parkes, who said the difficulty of meeting the evil was very great, but he promised to open communication with the other Australian Governments and ece what they were prepared to do. The whole question lie considered should be dclt with in the best wny the Governments could decide. CONFIRMATION AT DakKEY FLAT.- The Bishop of Brisbane, accompanied by the Eev. James Matthews, visited...

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The Australian Cricketers. LONDOR, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880

The Australian Cricketers. LONDOR, May 27. I A match was commenced to day between the Australians and eighteen of Rochdale, but was greatly impeded by adverse weather. After one hours play the eighteen lost eight wickets for 45. The play was btopped for the day owing to heavy showers.

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