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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 5 June 1880
HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, B6LICIT0B,& PROCTOR, PAUOAIK>6TBEBTI Wabwick. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLAOE~& GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & general CONTRACTORS, GUY'STRKT, WABWICK. 768 [a CARD.] W. GAISFORD, >. Carpenter, Builder, & OonBral Contractor, TpBoir^rBEET, WABWICK. : aniPajmensioM. at lowest rates. 8S5 VWr G, OONLEY, 'ffinder, &nd General Oon .i.tRrm'c ????'? tflffctor, VirjEo*'.'juWi.'Gnww®"T* Wabw1c^6 [A CAST).] ,F. FALUEXO, '?rtfwtt'jioor 'Itp il'Dermott's RaUway Hotel), ' " T .OwMtBwr, WABWICK. (?-^Joiner's work, of >11 descriptions at | jfojirpmptlj, »t moderate pnces. 806 tHB ROTAL HOTEL, 'PAiMXBUi^TBicin'f Wabwick. , I^EHBRIDGE, m. W .|P»0P»U!T0R, &&lt;«^tsr4nuun TABLE. :8e«t;Wltie8 and Spirits only kept. ?Mi ? ?>: ODOD 8TABMR0. 3. T. IiE~T5BRID.GR, . ' .' ' ; XtOTAXt HCOTJBSt., . Corapr 9I Palmerin Mid Graftion-streeU. ^.^Toit OmMB* (Situated Hotel in Warwick." £iiwi oosSqpolitan, fAtMSRW-STMrT. TOmU WM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
WANTED to Rent foe a Bhort period, a FOUH-HOOIIED HOUSE, with de tached Kitchen, cither furnished or unfur nished. Apply in writing to "A.O.," Offico of tkia paper. 579 ANTED to be known that tho CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only ono in Australia where JOINTS of -PRIME BEEF can be purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED HotiBclceopors to try SANDER BON'S BAKING POWDER mid SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL,. Sold' l>y all Grocers, and Wholesale by F. SANDEUBON, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane 074 , WANTED immediately n MARIUEl) COUPLE, without incumbrance. Man a« generally useful and must bo able to plough and milk. Wifo must bu a thorough Cook nnd Laundrctts, young people preferred. Apply to W. M. DICKSON, Tcrro Mollis, Ingle wooi s or U. Uuvsok, Cosmopolitan Hotel. «2 Gravel Wanted. WANTED from forty lo fifty cubic yards of (iHAVliU Airily t" Mr. Diiviu JiuniiEX, III the cilice of Mr. J. A. i'oilurd, Pnlmcriii-strcet. .r'"'7 KOTI &lt;! I' . HAVING appointed C. 1J. DAVKNKY...
Interesting Slander Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Interesting Slander Case. THE following particulars of tlio cases of Carr-Bnyd v. J. Bl own, 011 net ion to recover £200 damages for slander, arc taken from the Duhho lixprtsa. The pl'iint ifT is well known in Queensland as an explorer in I he far north west, and came into notoriety by finding the bodies of the unfortunate brothers, Front, who died from lliirfit in an almost unexplored portion of Queensland. Tlio dufendnut is a J. P., and a Inrge squatter &c., at Cannonbar, rather well Known in the* District Courts at Dnliliu. The plaintiff was not a strangerl to defendant, as they hail been mixed up in boiuc *1 runs" in Queensland. Plaintiff visited de fendant at Cannonbar, having a blacklioy with him, whom he had " obtained" in the far north, tiomc negotiations ensued about iliis boy, and the plnintiff received a cheque for ilO, which the defendant asserted vas paid as ;he purchase money for the boy, which plaintilT indignantly repudiated, Flnintiff visited Dubbo, and on h...
A Touching Scene. THE LAST DAYS OF THE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
.rfc'iii? I 'IT" !'? ? ? ? ? ? ?? - .1 - '".'f: TjWdUnK Scene. R" ' WTFI F.'IWr nM'pw^int PSTKOF, COKSOBT. I of&lt;$ei Memoirs I jiiPiJW ffflfif Queen's distress lja>0 qoctew.continued to «.««. ,but -tliV could oot . >t this precious life, livep to her, was ebbing past 5* * Her Jtfajgftfry - r.T»^,»"J4sat down besfde hu *»&lt;>"£(( tewwjfa the middle .-?j.-r;-.-«. '/MM IVauctoi,' he said, and MMLmiatoirf lf SMe 6 ^°rt of piteous "*«/SdWahSshaid 1 pnttay airni under big. Bat tte feeJ^jMssed tvrtijr again, and lie PSSfrtP'! to dose, andyet to > 1 catth what Alios WiMfe iatttf]kuiedblnv iand lie took ? lubJ^S^. 1Helena, Uaiae, and fflPirS'j!' ^®ja after the othar.andtook gtil%.!Ha.*aa *"* pweiTethem. Then he ,"SP£S Wf. aetir e?T. Md Miked for Sir j T1*0 frttB &lt;n Bad kissed his fcUra^ tfllfc tram ? his dear eyes were i ^*T;' ^*liyal Orqyand Sir Thomu Bid Wieteme to-ttnd kissed hfe -hand, and ? WereflteWfnlHr otercotnt. It was a teirible Se?h^'^&...
Election Episodes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Section Episodes The Times correspondent in Scotland, writing under date March 20lh, on tb* Scottish elections, says: The most amusing candidature thus far, has been that of Sir William Forbes, in WcBt Aberdeenshire, whoso political opinions soom to have been " crammed," not assimilated. Tlio following passage from his questionings is worthy of preservation. It Bhould bo remembered that Jtituracdiately followed a speech in which he fliprcased the stronRcst approval of the foreign policy of tbe Government: "Idr. M'Intoah, Ahoync, asked Sir William if the Government had maintained tho, European concert could the Eusso.Turkish 1 war have been avoided P Sir William.-X think it cott'd have been prevented. (Laughter and ' Hear M'Intoah,-(Jnn you tell us how Bessarabia, now undo over to Russia, was ruled or governed before tho Busso-Turkisli war.f Sir William. -Bessarabia must have been .in. ft reiy bad way. (Grdit laughter and biasing.) ,"Mr, M'Intoeh.-Before the war they were * «8ir^?lSa...
Mr.Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Mr. Gladstone Mb. Glidbtone, wc must all of us agree, is not responsible for his parentage. I should not care if his father and his mother were of the most lowly birth. We must judge the man as he is, and if there are any faults con nected with his ancestors they ought not to bo heaped upon him. In giving a little infor ?nation which concerns Mr. Gladstone, do not let it bo understood that- I would disparage liira through what has been Btatod. Mr. Gladstone has recently been to Midlothian, whore he has boasted about the purity of his Scotch birth. That has set the goBsips talk, ing about "Who was his father, and who was his mother f" When great men talk of their parentage tbCBC questions comevery naturally to the gossipors. I have been in the company of several person&who argued these matters, and one of them, with much 'confidence, asserted what I give in substance as follows: -" In Debretf s illustrated Peerage for i8G9 it is stated that the Right Hon. Win. Ewart Gladstone...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK:TUESDAY, JUNE 8,1880. Arrant Hypocr[?]y. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
^.WlOg A. WJBXK.] WARWICK: TUESDAY, TONE 8, 1880. - a*-'"" v ?' 1 ? ' ? Amttt Hypocrisy. W 3*J,82i88 2b:KI. ' DOKBSTIO tyranny whenever exercised, appears exceedingly objectionable in Wfi&Wpittf il^liingBt thinking people. Sober , minded persons in these dan would WaMfctSftefiW i' relation of some incidents that transpired between Boqpp^rtf (jnd (the/ gentle' Josephine, the" earlier" history of William the Fourth And his wife, to .say nothing of jUfwyrf (lie elevated counterfeits who disgrace society in the present day. Sham and hypocrisy are as prevalent now as ever.andwe hare only to look at recent (events to corroborate the aweftlMi!'-' When people point to Henry thp^iglith "is a man in whom (Key recognised the attributes of a monster,we can pause in this year of grace and look to his equal. The obese Henry squelched his unfortunate, victim on tttQ .block by tho hand of the oommon executioner. Base rascal! But the modern Nero-him .of Russia woulft apptot to adopt the more...
School of Arts Site Jobbing. TO "VENTILATOR" AND THE MEMBERS OF THE WARWICK SCHOOL OF ARTS. (Per favor of the Warwick Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
School of Aits Site Jobbing. | TO M VENTILATOR" AND THE MENDERS op THB I WARWICK SCHOOL OF Ann?. (Pcr/avor of iho Warivick Argus.) GENTLEMEN",-A letter which appeared ill last Saturday's issue of the Argun, headed " Warwick School of Arte Special Meeting," demands from inc, n8 mover of the amend ment which has caused tho writer so much uneasiness, a few explanations, comments, and denials. My competency to move the amendment, or in any way take part in the proceedings, is questioned, it being hinted that my . subscription was unpaid. I have merely to I remark that the institution is indebted to me, and had been for some weeks previous to tho n'oetiug. The "zeal" I displayed was to prevent your present building sits of 40 feet frontage, opposite the Wcslcyan Church, being jobbed away for an inconvenient one in that quiet. retreat opposite the Square, below the Scotch Church. That there is room for facts to come to light cannot be questioned. *' Ventilator" informs you that " tho pres...
Commercial. A[?]GUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Commercial. AKJOB Office, Monday Evening. Bri&BAVK.--The Courier of Saturday re port*";-In the produce market a moderate . bufijnsw is .beinj; done. Maice continues **%.' Iftad potatoes are preferred for table usepinit a considerable shipment of im ported is now landing froT tne Examiner from New Zealand, ana will be available for Beed. Wc learn that the Prospector was ex pected to leave the same port early in May with a cargo of produce to the consignment of Mr. B. D. Neilson. Wholesale dealers give the following quotations:-Maize, 2e. 2d.; oaten hay, best, £8 10s. to JB4; luccrne «« ik. j Jupo-mn chaff, £3 to £810a. j mixed chaff, £8 10s. to £4; Adelaide bran, £6 5s. to/t@ 10s.; oats, 3s. to 3s. 3d. ; potu tors (imported), jE3 1KB. to i!4 ; (lo«J) Jtt 10s. to £fi j imported onions, X5 10s. to ^6; local butter, lid. to 12d. (growing scarcer); " eges.'TDd to lgd.; English hams, 16d. to 16a. s colonial cheere, 4d. to Od.; imported chea^ IQdj to lid.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. from Brisbane, Jpswich, Toowoomba, Cainbooya, Clifton, Hendon, Allora, and T. P. O., duly, (Sundays excepted}, «4 4*45 p.m., also, from Brisbane, Ipswich, and Toowoomba, on Tuesday* and Saturday*, at 11 *W a.m., and from Toowoomba, on Thursdays, at 10-S6 p.m. From TenterfleM, Maryland, and-New -South Wales geneitU^ovQ^ri^jfpriiy (Sundays and Thursdays "" IftSm SUnthorpe, Cherry Onlly, Mid Gap, dally - .fromTunnel (3amp and . 'and Fridays, at 7 p.m.; tatDfe"CUnp, on Saturdays, at "hon Leyburn, tfratten, Darkey Plat, South Tool* tram, and Sandy Creek, *rery Saturday, at 1-80 p.m.; gtAff*itMm mOttbooya; on Wednesdays and ^From^pperen&lt;flfcWtir 8w6n arid' Freestone Creeks, Emu Vile, Arm Cmjg EUIaroey, and Lucky Valley, on Monday* and Thursdays, at 6*80. p.m. Fran Kohfcera^Pom tod Southern Oblonles VIA Brisbane, by oveiy^ipvfnnMXr . TMrirnrrm Win* Hmhitj-- i For Brisbane, Ipswich,!..Togwppmha Qunbooya Clifton, Hmdon, AUora, ana TtevdUhff Post Off...
Warwick Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Warwick Benevolent Society. The annual meeting of this socicty was licld on Thursday afternoon in tho Town Hall. There VIVB but small attendance. The Jtev. Jami'b MATTHEWS was voted to (lio chair. Ho first read the advertisement convening the meeting, and then, offor ex pressing his regret at seeing so few present* proceeded to read the following REPORT. "The Committee of the Warwick Benevo lent Society beg to submit the following re port: «. It is provided in the rules of the society, that tho annual meeting shall he held on the first Thursday in May. The Committee were unable to carry out this provision for two reasons, partly becaute the first week in May was so pre-occupiod with other events that the Committee were of opinion that the meet ing would l)e almost euro to lapse; and partly also, because of the resignation of tho Treasurer only a short time before, they feared they woald be unable to have the balance sheet prepared in time. ! "The mention of the resignation of the Tr...
The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, June 4 TUG match between Ibe Australian eleven and the Burnley eighteen was resumed to day The home team made a total of only 121 in two innings ; the Australian were thuB left victors in one innings with 27 hiob to spare, having made 148 runs in their first innings. The bowling of Spofforth proved moBt destructive, and in the second innings be took twelve wickets in fifteen overs.
The Assassin of Colonel Commeroff. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
The Assassin of Colonel Commeroff. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 2. Villi Mahomed, the assassin of Col. Com merof, of tho Eussian Embassy, with regard to whose execution communications have recently been exchanged betweon the Cr.ar and the Sultan, is still in prison, and the question of his execution ib not yet finally settled. The Sultan, although still desirous of commuting; his sentence to imprisonment, has resolved to submit his case to the Ulemas, or chief legal religious functionaries of the Empire, and it is understood that the Sultan will be guided by their decision.
Melbourne. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Melbourne (FROM OUtt OWN COBBKSrONDENT.) Juno 7. It is understood that if the Reform Bill is defentod the Ministry will advise Hie Excel lency the Governor to dissolve Parliament and appeal to the country. Yesternight two larrikins proceeded to Little Bourke-street threatening ven gancG on Chinamen generally. They stabbed three, and one is supposed to be fatally injured by a fitab in the neck. There is no cluo to J the offenders, and the outrage is supposed to I be in connection with the chair-making I | bOBlnCBB. THE Meiibbr fou COOK.-"We clip the following paragraph from Saturday's Courier: -" Belying on a telegram shown us by Mr. F. Cooper, M. L.A., we published a paragraph a few days ago which went to show that that hon. gentleman possessed the confidence of a large majority of his constituents, and was, so to speak, in the odor of sanctity (political, of coursc,) with them. Bepresentotions since made t-o us induced ua to enquire tit Cook town, Cairns, and Port Douglas as to the...
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 7 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 8 June 1880
Sydney. [FKOH OUE OWN COltKEBFONDENT.] June 7 A railway deputation will wait on the Minister on Thursday morning at Sydney. The miners of Walisend and Plattsburg opposed the acceptance of terms proposed by Mr. Lloyd and other colliers, and the nsso* dated toasters accept the terms, excepting the manager of the A. N. Company. The capital sentence passed on O'Brien* Scows, and Sykes, for the Glebe murder, has been commuted to impriBonment with hard labor for short periods. Sinclair, who was also sentenced to death for rape* has had his sentence commuted to hard labor for life. A special commission has been appointed to investigate the charges preferred by Mr. Dillon against Judge Meymott. A letter has been received from Hanlon, stating that owing to prior engagements, he is unable to meet Trickctt either in Septem ber or October, but is willing to row him in January. Four larrikins attacked Captain Byrnes, 'and the A. S. N. night watchman shortly after midnight, apparently with the ob...