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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Australian Cricketers v. Rochdale. LONDON, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. | [OUE SPECIAL MESSAGE.] ! Australian Cricketers v. Rochdale, i LONDON, May 28. j The umtch of the Australian Eleven against ' tho Kochdale eighteen, which was yesterday interrupted l>y unfuvnmblc weather, was re sumed to-diiy. The Kochdale team completed iheir firf t innings for 03 runs. The bowling of the Australiano was very pood j Boyle took ; 10 wickeU, the highest number yet taken by ; odc roan in any of Ibc present series of . matches. The Australians afterwards went to , tho wickets, and nt tho close of the day's play I bad )oBt eight wickets for 104. Mocdonnell | made top score, having succeeded in putting together 61 rnnB when he was given out leg beforc-wicket. Fine weather prevailed, but the attendance was only moderate.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MAIL NEWS. THE SCARCITY OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

MAIL NEWS. THE SCARCITY OF GOLD. Kin worth popular consideration, it may l>o oven a sufficiently ripe (subject for the new l'arlmmcnt to consider, whether something cannot be done to soften the effects of the inevitable gold scarcity. Fiance at present locks up largo quntitiesof gold ; Holland and (Jermany refuse to allow it to escapc; JtusBia retains much of her jinnual production; and America absorbs her own, and even threatens to drain the surplus froui Europe. The rccont Post Office Honey Orders JSill aimed at introducing by a 6ide»\vind, and almost surreptitiously, JGL notes. The manner in which the measure was brought forward ensured its defeat. But the time has couic when it may be well to face the question broadly, and to decide on public grounds whether such notes are or are not duMrublc. Being for loss than 403., they would be redeemable* in silver as well as gold, and. their use would in any ense economise gold.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market Reports. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Market Reports Aeons Office, Monday Evening SrniiiT.-cMr. John Bridge, Circular Quay, repothmsftpowB Fat Cattle.-On Thurs day jjfce very prime tots were penned, and pnc9HqtfMb2>et&«A best beef going freely at 12«. toTfls. per 100 lbs. Fat Sheep.-The yards were well filled on Thursday, and prices firm. 46 to 60 lb. wethers 9s. to lis. Gd; no heavier weights offered. Pigs were itgain very plentiful, and prices DO better; best quality 2id. to 3Jd. per lb. Wool, as usual nt this tine of the year, the week's catalogue con sisted of only unimportant lots of medium quality, but for which the demand was good. Scoured sold at lGd.to 22]<L fleece lGdto 17id. ToTDdi bheepskinB are in active request at 6)d. to 74d. for best EJd. to Cd. for medium, (Uid Sd. to 5d. per polte and hurry lots.-aides were worth Sjd. to id. for ordinaiy lots, and Hi. to 6Jd. for any parcols ?indry «r good condition. Light hides too were dearer and sold firmly at 3|d. to 4d. Hone hides sold at 3s....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, PAjanSBIW-BTREBT, WARWICK. 1034 ~ The Building Trade! WALLACE"& GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDEBB, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, - OUY-STREET, WARWICK. [a oabd.J Imu. ,fn r . , umosviw/) , Warwick. *miM BER YABD, lor the Supply of PINE, jli|« JOBDAB, and' HARDWOOD, of all "l^}gtti|»nd dimensions, at lowest ntea. 896 j, ;W. G. CONLEY, UAiienter, Builder, and General Oon ""VnnUf ak»"6ot'Bxbbki8, WARWICK. ? * J ? 886 i ::: .{*«*?&.] ealmero, 4aWnet«ukar«iid Upholsterer, Ilatress .m ii till Tillltiirn Maker, fNeit 4por toi iM'Deroottfs Railway Hotel), Gtrr-BTKKiT, WARWICK. work if U1 descriptions at tended to promptly, et tnoderate prices. 806 THEROYAL HOTEL, t'' fcAMnqWrasiw,.Warwick. J.; T. J^ETHBRIDGE, . J PROPRIETOR, A PIB8T-CLA88 TABLE. Bcpt infiniM and. Spirits only kept. GOOD Stabiwo. >? 3, H. IETHBBIDOK, v SOTAli HOTEL, Comer of Palmerin and Grafton-atreets, 6880 ''iTott'OMynUv Bitwtii Hotel in Wtneiefc." THE COS...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

'.imu.r in »»*r » , AVp, DEPASTURE OF HAILS. * " AWMVAM : I rna unsoane, ipamcn, Toowoombe, Cambooy*, Clifton, Hendon, ABotm, aiid-T. P. O., d*ily, (Sundays excepted\ at 4'A6 pA., alao, from Brisbane, Ipswich, i, £ li-si at 10-86 , fcaq/tttrd.'ind' titeii' Hototh Wales genetaUyforaiandvdaUy <$uadaaraaad Thuredayi ex* omM)) at T pJu« Suffi m worn stanthorpe, Cherry Gully.aod Gap, dally in TtttMays ana rnoays, « 7 p.m.: drteen>mile Camp, on Saturdays, at Pratton, Darkey FUt, South flool aryj tataidu, J&V80 p.m. s . . ibooya, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 4'4& cmbl,. ^ From Upper ana Ubnei8wan and Freestone Creeks, Bora Tale. Farm'Creek, KUlaaey. and tacky Valley, on Mondays aid SfatMk&iJ it 6-SO^m. - From Northern Pons and Brisbane^ by every opportunity. Dpaww -HUM Cumb, I from the BOCO. From louthern Colonies VIA gtun. ' rot Tsnterfleld and Jfew (ortflttflK i*yi WWuaeaya i .r Soath Wales generally " .. _ .I'taa Salardiys exoeptea, at 8 p.m. ForS...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Mail Arrangements, Court Sittings, &c. PETTY DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

HM1 Arrangements, Court iUttlnge, &c. Pdtt¥>Ji5S£t,00UHT. Button brifcw Oovt art MdfortolgtatJy on tbe lint and tUraltaadNrlii etch month. I

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Education A-la-Mode. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Education A-la-Mode. WE arc indebted to the Glasgow Herald for the following educational item On one oc casion, when an examiner was desirous of testing the proficiency in gcograpy and the Biblical knowledge of seme lads who were duly certified as havin? creditably completed a tfireo years' curriculum at a metropolitan Board school, the following were the replies, elicited in writing, to his questions Where is Turkey ? " Turkey is the capital of Norfolk." Whore is Turin P "Tureen is the cappitsl of Chiner, the peepul livoe on burd's nests and bos long tails.'. " Oibberralter is the principle town of Rooshia." Whit do you known of the patriarch Abra ham t " He was the father of Lot, and ad tew wifes-wan was called Hishmale and the t'other Haygur; he kept wuu at home, and he turn'd the other into the dessert, where she became a pillar of salt in the day. time, and a pillow of fire at nite." ' ' What do you knoir of Joseph ( " He wore a koat of many garments. Heo were chief butler to F...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Killarney Saw Mills. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

The Killarney Saw Mills. | YESTERDAY WO embraced the opportunity . of paying a visit to those mills, which are now al full work. Killavncy is a rather large 1 parish, and oven when the traveller is well | advised us to the direction he Bhould take to ' reach the mills, it is questionable whether lie would easily liHCOverhis track, if it were not for the noise made by the machinery in motiou. Standing at the base of a slope on the upper hide of Glenchunny Creek, on Messrs. M'Intosh and Duminisan's property, are the Killarney Mills. They are conveniently i situated for rolling in logs, and then again . loading for the nmriret. This firm has already spent a large sum of money in sinking for ! water, having gone down a depth of ninety I feet with fruitless results. But hy altering | the site for the mills to another and more : convenient spot, u dam is thrown up across the creek, which in the course of a couple of | showers holds a four mouths' supply in a rough and ready reservoir, whi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Melbourne. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Melbourne. (FROM OUU OWN COBBEBPONDENT.) MAY 30, Jin extensive fire broke out to-day &t Hhll stead and Ken's timber yard at the comer of Elizabeth and A'Beckett streets, caused by an accident to the boiler where steam was constantly kept up for alarm in ease of fire. It is supposed that some sparks got among the - shavings. A large quantity of timl'er was destroyed, but the books were found all right in the Bafe. The damage is estimated at £6000. It also destroyed two two storied hous«B, sod others were injured. ME. F. ff. SWANWICK.-This gentleman has we understand requested the Attorney Qeneral to call a meeting of the members of the law society to bear a statement from him in connection with the case in which he recently figured ns an unsuccessful defendant, and the meeting will bo culled some day this wvek; GOVEBNKENT CONTRACTS.-Somo short time since tenders were invited for repairs neces sary to the Service reservoir in connection with the Warwick waterworks. One tender ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Rambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Rambling Comments [DV CAPER FEY.] I My friends, I'm a Protestant, and a good | loyal Protestant at that; but before I take to heaving rocks at other peoples' bouses I always make sure that I haven't any ijlosa windows in my own. This peculiarity of mine arises, not from a fear of smashing their windows, l>nt it might happen that they would retaliate by smuthing mine. Now I happen to have rend Macauley, Cobbett, Humi\ Smollet, and a dozen other historians on the Kubject of religious intolerance, and the result of my investigations is nofc ta all en couraging or cheering as far as my own particular creed is concerned. Of course I am of opinion that history belies us in nil these little matters, but those outside the pale of our religion rigorously adhere to them, and by their frequent allusions to those little vagaries indulged in by the pioneers of our faith, they make it mighty uncomfort able for Qie, let me tell you. I wouldn't mind if thoy only asserted thoso little extracts fr...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warwick School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Warwick School of Arts. A si'isciAL general meeting of subscribers to Iho above institution was held in the Head ing ]foom lust night. Tho mooting was con vened, in response lo a requisition, "for the purpose of considering and deciding on tbc most eligible site for the erection of a School of Arts ; also to consider the advisability rind ways uiul means of erecting a belter class of of building than at present contemplated.* There wns a large attendance, and much in terest was evinced in the proceedings. JUr. W. Thompson, Vico-lVcsidcnt, occupied the chair. The CHAIRMAN, having explained the busi ness, stated that the following letter from the President had just been handed to him : To the Member* of the Warwick tjfhool of Arts. Okstlkmkx,-Not having I men well of tote, 1 could not In |irmleii(!o attend the meeting Axwl for Monday night, but I feci tliut llio mibjoot to be discus-icd in of Nitltcicnt importance to justify me fn writing a few tines to express my ojiiuion an nti iudi...

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Ipswich. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mny 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Ipswich. (FROM Ol'E OWlf CORHEBFONDENT.) Mny 31. A three-store; bricVbuildinR on Limestone Hill, formerly, the residence of the late Mr. forbefji was totally destroyed by fire this afternoon. The chimney caught fire, ft spark from which is supposed to hare ignited the shinies and so caucetl the loss. Mrs. Murphy, head-teacher of the Mort Estate (P Toowoornba) girls' Bchool, died sud denly this morning. Great regret is expressed at her decease.

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The European Conference. London, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

The European Conference. London, May 20. It is stated that the proposed Eurojjean Conference will not take place in July na pre viously announced, but will assemble at. Berlin during the month of June. The exact date of the meeting, however, is not yet definitely Bottled. It is understood that the labors of tbo Con ferenco will at first be confined to the settle ment of the Greek frontier question, and it is at present uncertain whether the Bcope of the Conference will be so extended as to include the discussion of other questions.

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Sydney. [rBOU Otra OWN OOEBEaPONDKNT.] May 31. Operations commenced tbis morning on tKe tramway to the Bandwick racecourse. The Minister for Education has authorised the establishment of & publio school for aborigines at Warangesdan, on the Murray river. In oonsequenoe of certain circumstances coming to their knowledge, the Government have appointed a Special Committee to en. quire into the case of Henry Sinclair, now lying Tinder sentence of death for rape. During the past) few weeks 600 Chinese have passed through the Clarence district for New England.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

Brisbane [FROM OTTE OWN COBEESPOKDEKT. ] May 31. James Elsd«Io and Jemmy Ah Sue, con victedot murder nt the lust BocVhamnton asfeiees, wfcre executed this morning at Bris bane gaol. The convict Elsdale was attended by a Roman Cathdlic priest, and the China man derived. consolation in his last moments from a Chinese Missionary. Death in both cues was instantaneous.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

A&T20S TO UorztBBS 1-Are yott ht okcn in your I rest by a sick ohUdmffering with the pain of cut ting teeth f Oo at once to a chemist and get n bottle of Mas. WtNMfew'4 SOOTHING SVBor. will relieve tho poor (offerer immediately, ipsrfeetly harmless and pleasant to taste, it duces natural, quiet deep, by relieving the child rom pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright M a button.". It soothes the child and softest the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and ia the best known remedy for dmenteiy and diarrhoea, whether raising from teo*hing or other causes. Mrs. . Winslow's Soothing Syrup is eold by Medicine aealei* everywhere at Is lj per bottle. Manu aotured at 493 Ozfurd Street, London. VALUABLE Disoovebv FOE THE Haib.- -If you hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use "3$eMexioanIIalrBenewcr," for it will posi mtorein ewrjr ante Ortg or Whili Saw to ' Its ortgbuil colour, without leaving the disagree. ' able (mall of most "Bestoren." It...

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H Company 2nd Queenslanders. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 1 June 1880

H Company 2nd Qaeensbuiden. ^ BOOT a score of members of the local com pany of Volunteers mustered at the Armouty on haturday afternoon last and were marched to the Bifle Haage, where it was understood the were to have been put through a course of aiming drill by the JJrigude.Adjutant, who Slln m.p ?incn w[th CaPtein Woodeoct. f Pt*lln M Calluin, however, was Buffering C0'dl and tho vore there tare allowed to commence their annual class ?nrinT / i"'u'V^BJfircd nt "ore the 200 and 300 yards, Wimbledon target, Hythe position I i!>C01"\s' Rlve tho scores below, and ! wou!d ^ critics to remember, before passing an opinion on the shooting, that the mon were placed at a considerate dis v»pta/;o by having their Bhooting at a rules °n tftrfet oounte<1 according to Hythe Yards ri l n founds cach at 200 300 _ Total. Weut. Gerish 20 27 47 Color-Sergt. Stewart ... 24 2) 46 19 14 SS Sergt, Gibson 20 2? . 47» <>>rp. M'Dermott 23 05 4a* Private Co* n 10 19 Private Lp...

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Warwick School of Arts Special Meeting. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880

Warwick School of Arts Special Meet ing. TO TUB EDITOR 07 THE WAH WICK ARGUB, DEAR SIB,- In connection with tho effort* of some of tbe members of the Committee to meet the views of subscribers, as regards site, and class of building to bo erected as a School of Arts, a motion was brought forward favor ing a good building, and to bo built upon one I of the sites offered by Mr. W. G. Conloy, it being shown at the time, both by the admir able letter of the President as well as by tho mover of the resolution, that a considerable amount of money would be forthcoming on the meeting deciding in favor of the motion. However, tbe majority (so called) decided against the resolution. Majority so called, Sir, I say, for it now transpires that several who voted for the amendment were not quali fied to do so, including the mover of tho amendment, who had most to say on the sub* ject. I can understand the 2eal of this gen tleman from facts which have come to light sinco Monday last. Had it been kn...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880

Sydney. [rnOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 2. Jho Uomuiorcial li.mk of Quirindi was stuck up lust night and robbed of nearly £500. The perpetrators of this outrage wore three inen fully armed, and wearing calico or cloth masks over their fiicos. There were no police in town at the time, and though the manager succeeded in delaying the robbers about an hour before opening the safe, he was at last obliged to yield, as no one cauie to his assistance, and during the whole time his wife and sister were covered by the re volvers of the men. Three men who have been sees banging about the town for some days past are suspected of having committed the offence. One of ihein was a tall gentlemanly looking fellow, and the other two wero of medium height. Later. The police from the various districts sur rounding Quirindi arrived at that place to-day, and the local force has gone on to Liverpool Plains in the direction of Fine Ridge, accom panied by two block trackers. It is believed the robbers a...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Friday, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880

Brisbane. [FBOM OUB OWN COBFTBRFOKPEMT.] Friday, Juno 4. A special sitting-of the Supremo Court has been fixed for Wednesday next, to consider the case of Sydney Swan wick. J. G. Smith has been sentenced to three years imprisonment for misappropriating public funds. T. Berry, for a brencli of the Mercantile Act, bos been discharged on his own recognisances, us the jury disagreed. Mr. Beor has been sworn in AS Attorney General. Wilson Brothers and Company, of this town, report the sale of Angcllalta Downs, Warrego district, which is 250 square miles in extent, with a thousand cattle, to Mr. G. L. Dickson, of Nabba, for £6000.

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