Elephind.com contains 92,495 items from Warwick Argus
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Offer of Ameership to Abdurrahman. LONDON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880
Offer of Ameerahip to Abdurrahman LONDON, May 27. A report nppeans to-day in the London Press, tbat in consequence of the friendly disposition recently shown by Abdurrahman, the Afghan pretender, towards the British-Indian Govern ment, an offer has been uiade, or is about to he made to him, of the Ameership of Cabul. If true, this decision will show that it is the desire of the Government to conciliate the Afghans, and maintain in power the dynaBty of Dost Mahomed, of whom Abdurrahman is the descendant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880
For Sale, PORE SEED WHEAT, grown oq now ground, from prim grain purchase!* from Mr. J. T. Wilson, of tho Kocrvo. For further particulars apply at Rosenthal, to Mr. JAMEH HKLION, in chargo. A. EVANS, M imager. South Toolbnrra, February, 1880. 215 Colonial Sogar Refining Company. NOTICE it lieroby given that work will be commenced at the COMPANY'S SUGAR MILLS, on the Clureoea River, about the middle of JUNE. The hands will be engaged at (he Chatsworlh and Hariroort Mule on FRIDAY tho Uth Juno. The Soathgate Mill will not be worked. E. W. KNOX, Acting General Manager. Sydney 15th April, 1880. 439 Notice to Visitors to Brisbane. MESSRS. LOMER & CO. BEG to call the attention of Visitors from Warwick and the Vomit to (heir new and beautiful OPAL PICTURES. MM-ONB OtJUfXA. XACH. Carles de Visits Portrait®-7t Od tho dozen QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. 504 Melbourne International Exhibition. THE Council of the Queensland National Association, having been appointed by the . Government ? Comm...
PROFFERED RESIGNATION OF PRINCE BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880
PBOFFERED BBSltiiNimOM OFPEtNuE but the Emperor bu ritft yet tome to my dWlDuu uirnnwbjeet. Tire Oh mi willow it i* *dl ktunrn. to;f#U ailing mid ardantly ) Utitii not oon*Wer*tioD» (CMatBoIUgfa St^MUer nmiUr to Uion 1 Hi* mAWr ie said to hare lloet their forceafter the -Empetor «n brcmzbt to eee the propriety of sane-1 f tm^ultio-Qtrmiii agreement. The I re firemen t of the Chancellor now .m to ft'riniifljr coibieoted with a qtMUonot pnrelr domestic moment. The 'iCwm^jmet for the hinge, of settling the ndea to A&lt;ld to thelm i|«amwi w jnuui wucmv wviuwi other diy the Co^meti purpose, among other things, of settiii Wtl fcPfw, BjW intended toikdd to I totfiep^r , Jhi fairour ot the neuon were Prussia^ Bararia, ui Bexony, representing 28 «nt of the 68 votes diitribnted in OkWAMU lAtipfcttan atoony the Federal States j whtteagainstUwere«5l the otiaft.ta*M>eM^«beBiiiiUrkth,>MK«SiiK H>MM "THW'WriUius pneented ft? ' of -» fattoority &lt;t 88 votes, ate* auiiimlu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 May 1880
> tofenrohMQ On* Seoond Hand 5ETTE; Also, Laroeeized piiuii.cwiai, with or without Jiorwa. Ajjjjjty ijy.Jetter to "C. W.|" Office of&ia m >)iwi M.'ij -? ~~rrz ii}|r4>iraDto^kjipwatVrtto5.CHEAP TT MEAT COMPANY'S BHOP » almost the only «»iii.tai|nli>, where JOINTS of PBItt£.BEEFcail7>e purchased at lid per ' V'lTT 11QO. leratotiySANDEE " t?G POWDEBiwd ^DKBSpm .WASHING CRYSTAL. Salt i>y,«UGro«rv '«i»d/ WJiole«d» Ay Vi BiHDBBBtlUj ^KBlviDi Orove-roid, iBnabane \ \ ?????&lt;?? ?7i TjrrANTBD immediately a MAEK1ED TV COUPLE, without ^iocombmucs. Mill pilLi»i»Mn|Tnlitfni lTin Tnliit 'TTT able to Wife mast be a Uioron^> PAVING appointed 0. ROAVENBYm my Agent ffirths JOHANN RBEEQ PAED, he is now prepared to eupply ?,Sn ^qnantitj-j. .p^jj Mjajog: &lt;!' ' Nttlct to CoOtrActon. THE Tims for rtfielvinS TetSfet* for the EEEOTIQN of Anotion Boom in Pal Boom - EXTENDED for 414) "ItflQWOE U fcswby.gmn 'hut the SHAKE IS) jUSTfOtthe above-Booiety will Leper...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
WANTED a MIDDLE-AGED TEIISON to talic charge o[ Invalid Lady; also to make herself generally useful. ^Aynly to Mas. NICHOLSON, euro of Mrs. M'Kcachin. 553 WANTHI) u CICNKHAIi KEJIVANT. Ajjjjly to Mns. DunloP, nt the Pocket. 513 WANTED to bo known tliat the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only one in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can bo purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SNW'S BAKING I'OWDER mid SANUEKSON'ri WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale by F. SAN DEKKOS, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane* 074 WANTED immediately a MARRIED COUPLE, without incumbrance. Man as generally UReful and must bo ablo to plough and milk. Wifo must bo a thorough Cook nnd laundress, younp people preferred. Apply to \V. if. DICKSON, Terra Mcllis, Ingle wood. 4®'® NOTICE' HAVING appointed C. B. DAVENEY as my Agent for the JOHANNISBERU VINEYARD, ho is now prepnred to supply WINE in any quantity. Football. PERSONS interested io forming a FOOT BALL CLUR are ...
AFFAIRS IN AFGHANISTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
AFFAIBS IN AFGHANISTAN. The death of Mahouicd Jan at the hands of ' the ti&iaras is reported, and though the re port lacks pfflcial confirmation, such an event iu far from improbable. In spite of tho pessimist predictions which have found publi cation in some quarters that tho insurgent chieftains at tihuenoc would not keep toeir promise of attending a conference nt Maidan, we now leani that they havo duly readied tho trysting place, and remain there waiting for tbe consultation to commcnce. Their lender, the Mustafi, has even gone on to Cabul for the purpose of defining their views beforehand, in older that a basis for arrangement may be es lahlifihed before tho conference begins its deliberations' Still thero aro not wanting indications of coming troubles in other direc tions. All along the Khybor line the tribes arc showing u good deal of restlessness, and it appears to be expected that this excitement will culminate in an outbreak of open hostility. Fortunately our force...
THE DISTRESS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
THE DISTRESS IN IRELAND. Though.owing to th6 relief sent forward by Groat Britain, tbe Colonies, and the Doited State, tbe distress in tbe sister isle is not so acute as it was, yet it is certain that much remains to lie done before it would be safe to withhold aid. Contributions will, therefore be still needed and thankfully received' Organisations ore at work throughout the distressedidiatricto^proViainrnot only as far as the meanB to hand will allow for the wants of the needy, but taking steps Jto ensure a proper distribution of seed, so that it is hoped acceptable crops will bo reaped as the autumn approaches. The Duke of Edinburgh, who was at Gal way tho other day, made many aid minute inquiries into the condition of the distressed in that district.
THE PROBABILITY OF A WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
THE PROBABILITY OP A WAR BE TWEEN RUSSIA AND CHINA. The probability of a war between Buesia and China grows stronger every day. The actual dispute is only about an isolated Tar tar province, the cession or retrocession of which is in question; but tlie ultimate pro blem involved is far wore seriouB. For, at length, die two Empires hate met. At Maimuchan, on .the wore distant Siberian border, a yellow paling, with a sentry on either side, alone divides them.' There exists ao longer, in tact, a. debatable ground, and a dispute over territory lias been converted into a dispute over Customs. An enormous trade is carried on between the two countries especially in silks and tea, for the latter of which tho Russian appetite is insatiable. They are neighbours, and should be friends, yet tbey are perpetually at variance. If the threatened conflict breaks out, it will be among tho most remarkable phenomena of the,century. Russia, of course, would nqt employ her best-organised-or Western batta...
MR. BRET-HARTE IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
MR. BBET-HARTE IN GLASGOW. The appointment oE tbe famous American humourist to a. consulship at Glasgow is an event which is likely to arouse much interest in Great Britain. Mr. Bret-Harto has for the lust two yefci* filled * similar appointment at Crefelcb in Porto? Gortoany, It man bow ever, be usshmed ThHtiio trill find himself more at home among the countrymen of Burns and Walter Scott than in the land which he is row quitting. It is quite certain that he trill receive a warm welcome in North Britain, and, indeed, in England generally. There ore fow persons in this country who have not ?bedone acquainted with his inimitable poem, " The Heathen Chinee" end with " The Luck of Hearing Camp." As a novelist, too, ho lias gained considerable renown, and as he is still in the prime of life it may fairly bo hoped that we shall still receive many productions from his pen. If Mr. Bret-Hartc chooses to take up bis pen again, we do not doubt that ho will find abundant opportunity of exercis...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
[PUBLISEBD TWICE A. WEEK.] WARWICK &lt; TUESDAY, JUNE 1. I860 M*. H*B»T Ltjjuet.-WO dip the follow ing Aom the Bordtr Pott of Friday lost "We loam that Mr. H. Lumley, so long and CavMbly linown, as driver for Cobb and Co., betWeh'Warwiciajid Stanthorpe, has severed hia connection with that firm, and purposes running an . express waggon between Tentor Add and Grafton. Few drivers in the cm ployvjf (her kihivereal coaching company have merited and secured more public esteem than . Harty," whose obliging demeanor and accom plished manipulation ot the ribbons has gained for. him the respect and confidence of ?11 who have travelled either on the bin or inside under his pilotage, and the well-wishes of tfiegeneml public are fully accordcdhim. ifr. Lumley's engagement with Cobb and Co. has extended, wia believe, over six years, dur ing which period he has acted faithfully and well to his employers, and he leavcB the com pany's service Bimply with the view of buttar ijWbls'poeHlon. ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880
MISCELLANEOUS. Thi> marriage ot the Bnv. Nirwman Hall took pltee on March 2!>, the bride being Mies Knife, of l,ondon, the lridy to whom Mr. Hall admitted ut tho divorce trial that ho had communicated an intention of marriage, Bubjcct to the success of his Buit. By the will of Mr. William Fisher, a lend ing townsman of Sheffield, a sum of eight thousand pounds has been left to found an institution for the benefit of unmarried or married women or widows who are Catholics or u'euibors of the Jewish body. The institution is similar to one already existing in Sheffield, but which excludes Catholics, Unitarian!, and Jews. -Mr. Fishor was a Unifiiviuu. . The Claimant. Jms just received another visit from Mr. '6uildford OnWow and Mr. Quartermaine East. His hair and beard are no longer kept cropped, and as this is always the case some month or BO before a convict's discharge, it is looked upon by bis friends as a favorable BigtL He expressed much sorrow on hearing of the liurtli of Jb...