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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.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any ojmuons or views expressed by correspon dents, and will always rrjeel personal ci»m vnmications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by Ihe signa ture of the author.'] TO THE EDITOtt OF THE WARWICK AUQl'S. Sin,-There are one or two statements in a letter which appeared in the Ernmincr *nul Times of Wednesday last, signed " Melanc thon," which, with your permission, I should lilre to notice. In tho first 2>]ace " JVIelancthon" endeavours to confuse the issue by the old insertion that all religious bodies arc persecutors, whenever and wherever they get the power, forgetting tho cardinal difference that the Itoman Church only acta in accordance with her avowed principles in compelling uniformity by the persuasive powers of the torture and tho stake, while the persecuting Protestant violates his principles in so doing. I refmin here from comparing the persecutions thus alluded to. Tho writer does not belon...
Melbourne. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
Melbourne. (fIIOM OITE OWN COBBE8PONDBNT.) June 2. Captain .SLandish, the head of tho Victorian police force, bos received a telegram to tbo I effcct that the police raid upon the supposed | stronghold of tho Kelly gavg hns proved a failure. THE pulling of the preseut day almost wearies newspaper readers, hut the man who sticks to the good old principle of a good article at a fair value is sure to secure the confidence of the public in the end. Thomp son, the cabinet-maker* never looks for largo prolits, but gives satisfaction to one and nil Furniture Warehouse, next Mr. Aland's, Pal. nieriu'Street-[ADVT.] ALLOEA PLOUOUINO MATCHES.-By an nouncement in our business columns it will be seen that these matches will coino off at Allora on Thursday, June 24th. A letter from tho Secretary (Mr. Deacon) requests us to i state that tho committee regret their inability to advortise the list of prizes until next week. It has been delayed as there is u possibility that the National Assuriation w...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1880. Proposed Daily Hansard for the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
A~WEEk.] .. --:*VABWIOKrt lSATURDAY, TONE 5, 1880. Legis , ;i .... lattv# Council. i . regent announcement in the 0»#n«r,«adeontrustworthy authority, ?? 'ir.Kithat it'hasbe^n depided that the :l''daily Hansard for next session shall ? - ? 1 vntinuse the proceedings of the Legis ! 1 Ittit&tCoutxiii, feiWell as UibJe of the ,liave excited some t^dgiQJoD surprise in the tninds of all ?* * be^ B'r*ct! .itfanefl'ofdejtfeBBion; intoatters bf public eifMiditure^ ' Despite' 'the wholesale. IrMtt^taSandditatesals, which have 'VlJ|!j66yi '^E$d^e4 W ratio us departments in &lt;?', ,j.oril«]Wtlj torelieve the strain on a i nn -painfully impoverished Treasury, it that nothing must be nl"'V|teprifice^|tai3 no expense spared, to " Vanity apd the whims of a few, opinionative senators, who have come to 'tbe * ^conclusion - that sd far as the outside public are concerned their -'" oelo^uent'ifttennces shall not be lost in. '*'the desert air. 'We need not waste -apace here to point out...
The Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
The Kelly Gang THE second step, says tbc North- Eastern Ensign of -the 21st of May last, in con nection with the abandonment of the Kelly pursuit is the withdrawal from Benalla and their restoration to Queensland of the de tachment Queensland native police, who, -Tinder th6 leadership ot-LieU tenant O'Connor, have so Jong remained here pending an out break $ we, /Ijuahrwgtra We -, learn that Captain Stanaish has given the necessary orders tor the withdrawal of the blacks, ond that they wilt he sent home under the charge i>f Mr. O'Connor at an early date, although it is bqt Tmwnn 'whether Mr. O'Connor will prefer totomain in Victoria to proceeding to his former home and probable promotion. The reward offered by the two Governments being withdrawn, and the blacks removed, we think there iB an early probability of the Waiifrtkgaiu breaking cover; but the last Eetmed step will then, in'nil likelihood, lead to some adverse criticisms of the police management. It iB generally recognise...
Warwick Police Court. THUESDAY, JUNE 3. (Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
Warwick Police Court. THUESDAT, JI NK 3. (Brforo THE Mico Mn&lt;yiFtmk*.) Ali.kukd VA.LDKI.EGS ClfKQUK. -Mtrhi'd Jnelson, of Brisbane, was charged with ob turning money l>y moans of n valueless cheque I front William of the Cosmopolitan j Hotel.-John Walsh, Sergeant of I'olice, pro I dueed n cheque on tlie Queensland National Bank, Brisbane, for the hum of £14, signed "M. Jackson," duled May 7lli, 1880, which wns handed to him l>y the prosecutor on the 27tli of last month.-William Morgan said: I aui proprietor of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, \Vnvwick; X know the prisoner; he was at my hotel on the 4th of l«st month ; on that day he obtained from me the sum of JC3; he said tome, "Have you got a blank cheque P" I said, "Yes, I have;" 1 did not give him a blank cheque at that time; he then asked me to lend him .£3 ; lie said, " lend me £3 and I will (jive you a cheque for it on the Queensland National Bank, Brisbane, ns that's where I keep my nceoantI gave him the £3, and, as ...
Rebellion is Burmah. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
Rebellion is Burmah LONDON, Juno 1. The di&UTection of A largo section of the Burmese, which Iius boon in some degree apparent for a considerable time, bos cow developed into open rebellion, and threatens to hccomo very serious. The movement is spreading on every side* and already extends to Manduratigi where most serious conse quences arc apprehended.
Upper Swan Creek. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
Upper Swan Creek. (FBOM OUR OWN CORILRSPONDFCNT.) "PEorBsaou" TATLOB'b Leotdbb.-We have received tlio following unique account of u lecture given recently by Mr.Taylor, of Alibotr ord, from our Swan Creek eorresp ondent. 11c ays i-Mr. Taylor, of AbboUfora, lectureil in he Presbyterian Church hero on Thursday vening last, the subject being phrenology. Mr. Taylor uiay fairly lay claim lo Ihe title of Professor of this science, for in liia hands phrenology riseB into heights, and plun/jes into depthe that were never before dreamed of by the quiet deninens of this district. Some of us on Swan Creek are likely, us a result of this lecture, to make a fresh start in life, to turn over a new leaf as it were, ne wo have begun to suspect that the sort of buuipB wo possess can never help us on to foitune in the ?ureults with which we have been wrestling, oung men about to enter on a profession should pause and allow Mr. Taylor to run his fingers a few times through their hair, before they fina...
The Australian Eleven. LONDON, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
The Australian Eleven. LONDON, June 2. The fifth match of tho Australian Eleven was commenced to-dny at Keighlcy. in York shire, against an eighteen of that district. Tho weather woe unfavorable for the making of good scores, tl\o ground Ircing heavy in con sequence of repeated showers of rain, which also had the cffect of interfering witli the pro gress of tho game. 'J"he houie team wont to the wickets finst, and were nil disposed of for 102 runs. The Australians followed, and at the close of tho day had scored 5G runs, with a loss of five wickets. LONDON, June 3. The match was concluded to-day» resulting in a draw, tho Australians having1 decidedly the best of it. LONDON, June 4. Tho sixth match of the Bories was commen ced at Burnley to-day ogainBtalocal 18. The Australians went in first, and scored 148. Murdoch scored 56 ruse, and was out at the close of the day. The Home team lost nine wickets for nineteen. There was a very large attendance.
Warwick Produce Market. ARGUS Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
Warwick Produce Market ABQUB Officc, Friday Evening. Tubbi is littlo or no alteration to report in the produco market. Trade during tho week jtis tegjratber slack. Wo are indebted to Wr&ua^fer the quotations given below, which wo relieve may ho takon as reliable. Mafoe is quoted At 2h. to 2B. 2d. wholesale, and 2a. Gd. retail. Tho new crop is coming in in plentiful supply, but prices are firm, and it is anticipated will continue so. Lucerne chaff is worth £2 10s. wholesale, £3 retail; the market is fully supplied with this article and there is no prospect of au odvancc. Oaten chaff £410s&lt; wholesale, up to £5 10B. jpptai}; the supply not large, but quite equal to the demand. Potatoes, JJ4> wholesale, £5 retail; bacon (local), 6d. wholesale, 8d. retail; fe$od butter is worth $rotn 9d. to lOd. whole* sale, and a further advance may bo expected; eggs, la, 3d. wholesale, up to Is. Od. retail.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
NOTICE. OUR. ACCIOTJNTS for tlio past Quarter have been delivered, and en Early SETTLEMENT of samo will oblige. Ovirdno Aoconntg remaining unpaid at the end of . the current quarter will be placcd ill the bands of a Solicitor for recovery. ARTHUR MORGAN.
Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
Warwick Municipal Council THE usual monthly mooting of this Council was held ut the Town if all on Wednesday afternoon. There were present-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Johnson, Grayson, Hudson, Cronihie, O'Sullivan, and Wilson. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. CONitEsrONDENCK. The correspondence outward and inward was read by the Town Clerk, and included the following; Town Hull, Warwick, 25 May, 1880. The Honorable, The Minister for Works, Brixbnne. but,-I have the honor on behalf of tJio Warwick Munk'ljtal Council to respectfully request that yon will take immediate ntcns to have those utrocU ot>eued which have been closed l>y the Stanthorpc railway line m mentioned in my communication of the 13th inst. The Commissioner for Railways Btated that he would bring the matter under your notice on your return from the North, meanwhile observing that the land rcquirod for a level crossing, between I'ratten and l.ool&lt;e-strect«, was jirimtc pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
To Bent, At South Toolburra, 200 Firet-class I! A MS. Apply to theuwiereigncrt. A. EVANS, 3rd April, 18S0. Notice to Country Tradesmen and Others. V\TANTED Known,-That tho L'Jid.ijichI IJuV Every Description of PAINTERS' REQUISITES ; and Hint tl,., 1 .argent autt Boet Assorted Stock of W IN UO W GLASS, PEPERHANGINGS, do., in the colony, is at BANG'S, 195, Quoou-streot, Urtabaiio. 503 Colonial Sugar Refining Company. T\XOTICJ5 is hereby given that work will bo -1-* commented at tlio COMPANY'S *$irGAR MILLS, on tho Clareuca River, about tbp middle of JUNE. Tho hands will bo 1 ftt the ChaUworlh and fiarwood Milis on FRIDAY tho Ilth Juno. Tho ppythgate Mill will not bo worked. ' E. W.KNOX, . Sydney 15th Apri^'"0"' AUGUST EVERDING, SMrdresaer and Shamyooer, dmiT yi. pMiKEMN-BmisEi, ,(best Door to Mr. it. T. DMemc/s, ChemM), BEOS to inform his Customers and tho I flblio that in consequence of tfco dull tijoga, jie hoc determined to reduce .Jui^ncoB. v j (only by August Ererding), ? 60. SH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
WANTED a NUKSE GIKL.-Apply to Mrs. E, COUTTB. 671 WANTED a YOUTH ns on Apprentice ; must writo a goad hand. Apply by letter in own handwriting to S. Uukn, I'ltzi'uy-Btreot, 5G9 WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost fclio only one in Australia where JOINTS of PE1ME BEEF can ho purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAI,. Sold by.all Grocers, and Wholesalo by F. Sandeunon, Kelvin Grot'e-road, Brisbane 974 WANTED immediately a MARRIED ; pOUPLE, without incumbrance. Man a* generally useful and must bo able to plough and milk. Wife must bo a thorough Cook and JsBUDdrcss, young people preferred. Apply to W. M. DICKSON, Terra Mollis, Ingle woods or B. HUDSON, Cosmopolitan Hotel. 402 Found. |j>ODND some papers, probably belonging J- to E. Areogeb. Apply offico of this paper. SC2 MlorttPJtNiffblag Match. THE above mateh will be held on THURS DAY, Juno 24th. Prize list will be advertised nex...