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THE JUNIOR MEMBER FOR WIDE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

THE JUNIOR MEMBER FOR WIDE BAT. THE following appean as mi advertisement tn the WiiM Bey Nrui: "To the three hundred eleotors of Wide Bay that voted for me at the last general elec tion- . »i, " tifw,ti.mnw T h. w wucythat it ii my intention to resign my rent shortly with pleasure as I have important business of my own to attend to, by my early departure for Snnme. " At the same time I cannot depart from yon without thanking: yon. Farther, I have a clear eonsdenoe. ftierehaa been nothing upon my part farther than sacrificing my tune ana capital. I have done whatever I oonld do for the benefit of Maryborough and the district I have studied yonr interest during ny short career. .*' I came forward by a very influential requisi tion |.tet bom the time I was elected I have been boated badly by those that voted .gainst me. But I still believe that not one third of those that voted for me wishes for ue to resign. I have not acted either as a demon or a black-leg j but under my diffi cultie...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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NEW ZEALAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Wellington, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

NEW ZEALAND. [*BOH OCB OWJf COftfctBPONDBNT.] Wellinifton, Sepfcewbor 19. At the inquest upon the viotune of the late Dunedin firs, a verdict of i incendiarism and wilful murder waa recorded against WatqjB, tho proprietor of the cnid in which the'lire broke out. He has been committed for trial upon those charges SOUTH AMBEIOA..-The Chilian fleet is still blockading Iqulque* Festivities bare boen hold at Valparaiso in honour of the crdwof the Chilian vdssel Covadobga, as a. token of the public approval of their gullnnt conduot in tho action with the Independcnoia. On July 28 it was telegraphed that the Huascur had entered the blockaded portion of Iqutque. She fought the Ciiilinn equndron for two hours, leaving hors dt combat the CuBino and Abtas. Thu Uuasear Biiubaiucd no <Uuiage

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Warwick Turf Club [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

Warwick Turf Club A bpkcial general mooting of ibis Club was held on Saturday afternoon last, at Leth bridge*s Royal Hotel. The members present were-Messrs. G. P. 11, Murray, W. H. Hayes, E. L. Thornton, F. B. Woods, H. C. Cleove, F. Hudson, and D. Bugden. Mr. Oleovo was, on the motion of Mr. E. L. Thornton, seconded by Mr. F. Hudson, voted to the chair, and, having notified that it would bo the business of the meeting to elect a Vice-President in the room of M. S. M'Dou gall, Esq., who had declined offioo, called on the Secretary to read the ;ninutes of the pre vious meeting. Mb. Mubb&Y wished to know, before pro* ceeding to business, whether the special meeting was bound to support the action of the committee mooting, the minutes of which ' had just been read, and oontended tbat special noticos should have been iBsuod to the worn "Wra, Betting out such matters as would be brought forward' Mr. E. L. THORNTON maintained that it was usual for a general meotiug to confirm the ...

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Items of News by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

Items of News by. the Mail. AUBTQ&IjIAN acacias are to be tried in Aus tria wilt a view to inoreaso tho supply of tanner's bark. ADVIUKB from General Grant, now in Japan* state that he will probably visit Australia before returning to the. United States, thus farther postponing his return. MB. GSOBOC Boss, professionally known as Arthur Sketchley, and celebrated as the originator of " Mrs. Brown," so famous in book and entertainment! soiled the other day in the Warwick Cattle steamer for the Cape of Good Hope. He will stay for somo vccks in our South African colony, and proceed in Ottober to Australia, afterwords going to Nevr Zealand. Tho account of his travels will be afterwards published in two volumes, to be entitled " Out and Home." IN the House of Commons Lord j Manners, in answer to Mr. 8. Lloyd, stated that when tile new oontract between the Imperial Government and the Peninsula and Oriental Moaro Company and the contract botwe.cn the Government of Victoria and the s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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COMMERCIAL. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

COMMERCIAL. ABOUS Office, Monday Evening. MB. JOHN Brimc, wool and produce brpl»»»" Bydnev. rniwriii t^jtodan -tag-ouiiig. "iBUtoro Stock bIbo, there is not mooh to report, although there me now numerous inquiries after both cattle and ?heep. Flat Cattle.-At Monday's sales the market advanced folly 16s. per head on rates lately ruling, and at Sunday's sale a further rise of 10b was notioeable. Best quality bullocks, worth A1 to £8 10s.; medium quality or light weights, £6 to £6 10s. Cows realised from At 6s. to £6 10s. each. Fat Sheep.-The result of sales this week must be - very satisfactory to owners of sheep offered. On Thursday 1400 were penned. Prime qciw' lity and weights realised 14s. to 16s.; Rood, 12s. 6d. to IBs. Od.; middling, 10s. to 12s. Cd. i ewes, 8s. 4d. to 10s. Wool.-At last week's sales the lots offered were not impor tant, and tho demand was duller than it has been for a long time. Some of the new clip is now arriving, and buyers will no doulit know what to offer,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

B COMMERCIAL HOTEL, JORMtnt or VMSMOan AKD VICTOBIA BTRXjms. MBS. £. EYESDEN, Proprietress. OOKlKO'.<)ffice for Cobb ft Co.'a Tde graph Line of Royal Mail Coach ea. W A Commodiou* Bath Room on the prcmitoa, THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Comer o! Fiteroy and Palmerin Streets, WARWICK. J. W. QUINN, Proprietor. FIRST CLASS ACCOMODATION. Liqu . oa of tha-BeatQaaUjn A Good Supply of HAY and COBN always «ii hand. A MCUM Paddock (or Hoiaeacloee to tfaetown. . Hoit Omtrallv SUuaM EoM im Warwick." THE COSMOPOLITAN, PALM&R tlf-STRUT. WM.MOB&AK BEGS to inform hi* friend* *od the public generally that be has taken the ataora well known Hotel, where Familiea and Com mercial Gentlemen will find aveiy oocvenienoe, and will meet with civility and attention. Every Aooommodation provided lor Viaitor*, with Private Rooms for Familiea. COMMERCIAL SAMPLE, BILLIARD, & BATH BOOMS. A coaTnyanoo la attopritno* on the train*. S5 THE ROYAL HOTEL, PUUBU-tTUR, WAEWICJC. J. T. IJET...

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THE WARWICK ARGUS. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, SEP, 23, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

(PUBLISHED TWICB <!' WEBS.] 1 WABWIGK, TUESDAY, SEP. 23, 1879. THS second session of 'the eighth Par- . liamentof Queensland iB drawing to a. close, toil it is eridbnttfaat the iinassficre of the a&toSenta' li liftAand.. An un-i usually long session-initiative of a new eystemof management, night' 'i&bon-' fculy lutVjB been,expected, ti^ have ;been productive uf events, that must.h&ra a decided influeuoefor goodqrillonthe future prospects of the oolony. Iftheae teperiations were iqducedj^n, they have loot keen iU^jkptnted,, {or, jtho^gh,«. woefully large proportion 'of the time which- should have been devotbd to legislation was wasted ' in ** explana tions" and the discussion of battels of purely private interest, still a good . deal of tinportar.t legislation has wen got through, and one -or .?two measures affecting more nearly llian usual the interests of till classes have been passed. First of these we .regard the Divisional Board* Bill,* measure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

TO OUB SUBSCRIBERS AND THE , PXJ9MC, THE WARWICK ARGUS IS Jfo* PabUflhed TWKE'il WEEK . erarj TUB6DAY4tid SATURDAY. The terms of Snbecrtption are 6B. por quar ter.or per year. Bubeertbet* may "begin at lay time. ARTHUR MORGAN. mna OF removal

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Sydney International Exhibition. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] SYDNEY, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

=3F Sydney fifteniattimal Esfcibitton. .<?' - v . > - [FBOH Otra OWN COBBiaFOHDRNT] 8TDKET, September 20. THE attendance at the exhibition to-day showed a groat improvement! Although the arrangements of exhibits in the uncompleted courts is T5Stng pushed on vigorously, the Con tinental courts ore all very backward, and that of Franco is particularly so. All tho colonial courts, together with those of Great Britain, America, Fiji, and Ceylon, will have been finished by Tuesday next. """Tuts "ttfijVtilng Kis ExcellencyXordTLgustus Loftus, accompanied by the Governors of Victor^,/ TafoumyW SliiJ Sptyt^ Australia, performed'the ceremony of opening the my'hipnry hull. Tglijoh he did by-starting-one uf lliu engines which ,gave motion to the [pp^Blnfei^ ./the gfounfli'iiikr ifle'Aall is almost impassable, and a nair .entrance for goods' traffic has been i made at St^a^r/a 8»te. 1 ' ' , The Jktarquis pf, Jtformanby visited tfce ex hibition unofficially this afternoon. « In the...

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Why Women Cannot be Masons. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

k' {WWfrlftlEWe i Ik Austin, ,Nev., Vaaoniu qjlebratio: the following interesting reasons wort), assigned: in tagafd .to .tfee aboye :query|-' Wlotnut sometuniw compl»in8thftt-»he«B jot permittted toenter lour ledges and wmrkurith the Craft ita their labours, «idjeafn.&llthqre i( to learn; in the instttat(on.< I We leant! tba before the G. AJiOi&.jUlth^yfi&ishedVHi work, he was in some-doubt about' creatin) IJyp-V Ti^e.. creation.of,- \ ovary, liviw,. an< creeping thing fcwbeMi accomplished and the G. A. O. T. U. had tuado. Adam { (who was tfie 8re£ Moeon) and, erected for him the finest lodge in the world, ' and .ci^pe^ -it Parages So. 1- H/e th^n (called pJlth^W&^ta 'Of the fields and the jb'w)»,Vjftipjpir i^®88 .before Adam lor hipf:bhapi£ Win,. (i. was a pia^e of work he "hqi, to So alone, rifo that no confusion might thereafter arisftfrotn Eve, who he knew would make trouble'if she were^al^TOd^^pa^^^^^^.if^^crea^M fatjgued w...

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STRONG ADVANCE AGAINST THE BBITISH. London, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

STRONG ADVANCE AGAINST THE BBITISH; London, September 11. J&xcitea demonstrations agamst onnsn in ? fluonoo continue At Gabnl, and a'^aefc "body of the rebels are marching to "Hrrtfh&te-nd'the ad vance of the Britieh. An ea.riy and ^severe battle is expected* "s

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CABUL COMPLETELY SACKED London, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

I CABIJL COMPLETELY SACKED! f London, Bepternibef il. j After the murder of Major Cavagnui. and thu Ameer, Cabul became the scene of. rapine and bloodshed. The city woe socked. J

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Mutilation of English Soldiers by the Zulus. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

taction oY Engltih^SoldiAi ifcjr the :,! ':': '?';'1 cL ' MR. ARCHIBALD FORBIS, tho epooialoor respondeht of tbe.Oaily Weuj, who rode from Blundi>totie'trontier,«nltttanceofaboutllO i miles,1 in fourteen haul's, and' wBS'ltbe'flrsb ' wh6 brottght the'news to the Government, i <ays Ihtiveho mttoosnvring, noletabomta - tactits'to recoaiiti ' The affair (thA:Ba*H»< of Ulundj) was simply a struggle, reducddtdlhs . 'firatjmaeiplii <n'dteg<dttng fighting, With the' Batumi advantage to the Zulus in numbers, to up in the phanicter of the armament. ThoJ only nmnbaaVring done'waS by Btlller'Vmen, whose horse-work was superb, clearing 'the front, maskSngtHftiUVision'while in the rows" '? of formation ip squaw, stinging the enemy into opportundreprtWils, tinafcmlly chevying,. tho fugitives many mites. Bullet's men had l the sootfe tif-Ztobaflo tt> fcettM vrith'tbfe £iiUis, and vengeful tuiy -raged in their hearts booauac at a spectacle which-ffi...

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HEART HOSTILE TO THE BRITISH. London, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

HEBAT HOSTILE TO THE BRITISH. London, September 12. j -«wwii m WMrArn AighamsuiBi one <bt the ireflthiesfc cities, ana roe centre or .* rioh «nd populous country, has given her support to the rebel troops", and made de momtf|tV)M against ttoiujTrfrica «f rth*iBri 1 tWh.*- TbeVevoifcWff nbw 4proadk thkmgliout

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Irregular Observations. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

Irregular Observations. [Br THE MAN OH TOE LOOK-OUT.] TIKES being woefully bad, as you aro possibly aware, I have been compelled to abandon the coureo of virtue I have hitherto trodden, and now find myself forced by stern nocesBity to descend the social ladder suf ficiently to become a contributor to a country newspaper. ? They telF mtf poverty is no crime : I am glad to hear it, but am afraid tho time when it will cease to lie & burden will be long a-coming. Forced, by lack of more remunerative employment, to do a con siderable amount of streot-surveying, publio buildiag inspecting, or fehateter you like to term it, I hear a good deal more than many of the more fortunate of my fellow-beings who are not tossod oa tho tide of adversity, do, and if a roiex of tho mental notes I occa sionally make is likely to be of any use to you it iB at your disposal-for a consider ation. Things aro not as I think I have already hinted, particularly bright juBt now, and, cntre nous, 1 am of ...

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Warwick Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

Warwick Police Court. MONDAY# SEPTEKBBR 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Dkpnkennebs.-One incbriaU), wa8 brought Dp atid discharged, this bcliijg-his first offence. A CONCERT iB announced to take place in the Town Hall on Mori&ay Evening next, in aid of the ? trtf bytcfian Manse 'Building Fond. The programme will be found in our-adver tising owumna, aod« if well rendered) as wp hkvelittle doubt it will bo, should provide a vcrr pood. cTenioga entertainment, .and'-at tmet a riumorous audience. '??'???' - Wo undoretaud (beca ja a likelihood of the ; Dillon Dramatic Company paying Warwick a visit shortly. Tho Company is-spoken of as the best {hat travelled Qaten^and for years. '"Br advertisement in another column,. a I uieeting of cricketers is called f6r to-night -at i th ^Commercial Hotel. .We hope to hear 01 a good attendance, ae it would tea (Treat pity that tbe game should be allowed to die but. NsiBZiy Jprty EAtJc.tuid file of H. Company paraded at 'the Armoury, Guy-st...

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The Mutiny in Afghanistan. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

The Mutiny in Afghanistan. The following telegrams arc from tlip'XiOil* don correspondent of the Sydney Evtninj Newt: AMEEE YAKOOB KHAN EEPOETJED KILLED. London, September 11. Important intelligence is jilst to hand from the Bceno of the massacre at Cabul. The Ameer Yalcoob Khan is now reported to have fallen a victim at the terrible revolt at Cabul, and shortly offer the murder of Cavag nari and the British with hiin. The moBSon ger states that the Ameer came out to save upbif tha~Amaer, who Kid in turn to defend himself. After bravely withstanding the be., sieging force for some hours be was overcoqitv and butchered, with all his immediate fol , lowers. . . . ""

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Rambling Commants [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

Rambling Comments. - (BT C&IIB !L. .Wh have an old adage whloU i far nochtthe gled whuBeles/'jana lor ntKIlllI Klia 5>DU nuuBWUB) ----- "WV\ ing " Scrutator's" facto and figures «uio« the locale of the "aetting sun," I am inclined to believe that there are "gleds who Oovct had, nor I doubt ever will havo, wuigB that are adepts at " whussling." My admiration of an unwavering attachment to the present Government is a fact placed beyond tho fain tost breath of suspicion/' T admire mm. .># :oauBo ho is ft Seotclypan-" only tUB,ana nothing more," and his ttiUeaRuea Aesfcuee they ain't. This I think is the principal, an&in fact, the solo reaaon.jthy this immoc tal four (would I could write five) command mv unqualified approbation, and tho unlimi ted confidence of my fellow electors. But firmly convinced ttB I had become of their infallibility, not a few of their actions puiried me strangely. When * Mtuiroasin "sacked" the Ipswich workmen, I told people that it W«LB a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 23 September 1879

WA rANTED,-for. a Mvato'Family, a COOK and LAUNDRESS' Apply at once 'to Mb. H. . HtrBfepr, Fitzroy~ttr6<&' 4 861 To Let for alarm of Tmi. THE PremisCi now occupied as the Argtu Office: imiQvdiate possoaeiou. can be given Apply Author Moaotu, oa; the premises, 865 Queensland I*liignrl Cricket Club, i Tip ANNUAL GENERAL M BKTrNG of Metnlwra will be "held at the <Jow montial Hotel on TUESDAY (ThU) Evening, at 8 o'clook. BUSINESS i-Eloction of Officers, tc. , ARTHUR MORGAN,1' 86} Bon. Secretary. TENDERS will bo received at the ofBoa of this paper until THURSDAY, Sept. 26th, for the delivery of (6000) Six TiiouRand Keel of CEDAR. Apply to thv Argut Oflioc, Victoria-street. 784 Tenders' for Painting, Ac. TENDERS are hereby invited fur tlio PAINTING and VARNISHING of ,St. David's Church and Parsonage, -Allbra. JFor particulars apply to tho Churchwardens. Tenders must bo sent in by the 2Gth inst. The lowest or any tender opt necessarily ocoepted. ' . ? ?' ' . J...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

GENERAL SUM MABY. London, September 18.-H.M.8. Bacchante, 1G puns, commander Lord Charles Scott, Railed to-day with the "Princes Albert Victor and George, on a tour round the world. Lon don, September IB.-A rnmour {B most per sistently circulated that Prince GortschaKoff, the Russian Chancellor, has resigned. Cairo, September 22.-Latest advises from the Capo of Good Hope state that Cctewaye has been ! conveyed to Capetown.. Bombay, September ' 22.-Information which has been received I from General Roberts' head-quarters Btates I tliat an embassy has just arrived from the ; Ameer conveying assurances of his pacific in ? tentions and bis desire to retain the friend visit of Prinoe Bismarck to Count ' political circles. An official statement liaa ; been circulated to the effeot, that if during I the Prince's visit, the views exchanged be Itween the two diplomatists should be con sidered to the mutual advantage of the two Empires a written ontente cordiale for a. | future common policy ...

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