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English Mails Close at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

English Kails Close at Warwick. VIA Melbourne and Galle- .. About June 2nd VIA Sydney and ten Frmnct»*o- About June Oth VIA Torres BtralU- .. On June 12thr at 8.30 |»,m.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick School of Arts. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Warwick flBiopl of Arta.^ TO THE BDITOB OF TffE WARWICK ARQU0. SIB,-I have .before me the production of Mr. C. Bcevor Davebey, which appeared in your issuo of the 5th and vonr oontonporay's of the 9th inBU inttfatatMn of -my letter w Sobool of .Arte spffl^ropeting. I ggiattm phatitallfaiaero tnMjKiriCiStitocirDireBey wna not' qUf^eqTto ^Vgthp amendment in question, 6r ccribWetSnt1 to' tsWaliJr part whatever in the toeotiij^'"lit. Daveney in hiafaniel states Oap the inrtLtpUoif in. Mr. t>. 'ttiUst relation in an accountofa few week* "tyiVr/Ti pn<| wrea^a tai lobgfer t£uMtbira [epj mojiths in the yw. Mr. D'a. delignt moot have boon fjrtit indeed when tlie selling of the School of Arts Jaud wtw ujaoed in hie hands; the happy thought that the-commission would go towards balancing,^haj; possibly squar ing-fcha if hole of the-fplq subanriptipn ac count. ^ ° From what J "Cad leant,, the only money due to Mr. Daveney is for advertising the sale of land in Guy-street f; and,"3i...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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.] Information Wanted. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The .Editor will not be respotieible for any opinions or views expressed by correspon dents, rtjidtoift always rttfeet personal com munications unless on subjects of publis importance, and guaranteed by the iigna* ture of the author.] Information Wanted. TO THB KDITOB OF THE BBIBBANB COURIBB. Siu,-Could you oblige uic (as well as many others interested) by Answering the following questions: 1. Is it neccssary for the plans, section!, «pecifications> And books Af the line as .finally adopted between Stoma and Mitchell Downs, to be laid before Parliament before accepting tenders for sapt'ei ' 2. Has tli is been done f 3. Is the approval of the Governor»in C6uncil of plans, sections7&c., siiffieient with* out the authority of ParlUmentf 4. Was any pledge given by the present Government as to the oost.oftn&t;Hnfc;,ftod if BO, is it binding; and what was the. tenor of such promise, and what did such' amount include ? , Your kindness tti answeringtboabo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Brisbane [KltOM OUIt OWN COBRBsrONDKNT. ] Juno 11. The Governor presided this evening: at a meeting of the Irish Relief Committee, when a final report was presented. This showed a Bum of £11,200 as already Bent home, and there was still £130 in haud. The steamer Siain, with the Hon. Dios. M'llwraith on board, arrived at Albany to day. The Lake's Creole Meat Preserving Com pany commence operations on Tuesday next. ISO tinsmiths are to he employed.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Withdrawal of Troops from Cabul. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Withdrawal of Troops from Cabul. LONDON, June 10. General Stewart has beon ordered toe vall ate Cabul and tbo surrounding districts by November at the latest, and to withdraw from other advanced positions simultaneously. It is believed on good authority thnt the extreme points to be retained by the British traops will 1>e tho Gundamuk-Khyljcr line, and the Shutargarton Phsb, Iturrum Valley.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland Sheep and Oattle Stations. A PEEP AT GLENGALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Queensland Sheep and Oattle Stations. A PEEP AT UM3NGALLAN. Tunnis arejfew mope invigorating treats to the nm» of Hedentary habits, who may be panned up in his office during a greater portion of the week, than a day at one of the model Hlations in this district j for it not only tends t<> shake olT the lnssitade engendered hy town life, but sends a man honu1 at sunset like a giant refreshed. By a "peep" at Glengullan we do not mean to suggest that, our outing on Wednesday was a surreptitious visit, effected under the friendly guidance of some station retainer, hut one fully authorised hy Mr. Slode, who readily granted ns liberty to roam wherever we pleased and criticise whatever we choscd on the Glengallan Estate. Consequently, we left the polemical nir of Warwick for our destination at a somewhat early hour, facing all the bitterness of a j frosty morniug, the severity of which was I speedily reduced by the rising sun. And j it subsequently proved "a day without too b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Sydney. OUR OWN CO lilt EfirON DENT.] Juno 31. The Wullsend Co-operative miners re scinded yesterday llicir previous resolution, and agreed to fo to work on Monday. It in explained Unit thin resulted from the know ledge '.lmt oilier niinern ugaiiwl them, refused to contribute any longer tuwordu their sup. jiorl 111 rinri'l out. All llie collieriefi me ex pected to bent work by Tuesday. Dull King was hanged nt I'ninwortli to-duy for the murder of Kli/a Hart. Replying to a deputation from Newcastle to day, the Miniskr for Lands mentioned that additional taxation would have to l.c imposed before long. The Rosaioii of l*arliaui(.nl will probably ilcjju within a !"itni;rhl.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
British Policy in Afghanistan. LONDON, June 8 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

British Policy in Afghanistan- I LONDON, Juno 8 I During Lord Uartington'aspeech lust night on tho policy which the Government propose to pursue in Afghanistan, it was stated that it is not intended permanently to occupy the province of Candftnar, and tout the British troops will be gradually withdrawn from there though not so speedily as from other portions of the country.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

The Australian Cricketers. LONDOK, Juno 8. I The match between the Australian eleven and the Mai ton eighteen was resumed to-day, but very little progress was made owing to the unfavorable state of the weather. The Malton team continued their second innings but about noon, when they had lost cloven wickets for a total of fil runs, a heavy rain commenced to fall, which continued through out the remainder of the day, rendering further play impossible. LONDON, June 8. The match between the * ustroliiui eleven -and the team of eighteen representing the Malton district was continued and brought tou close to-day. The Home team, which had previously scored 01 in their second innings with a loss of eleven wickets, com pleted the innings for 93. This left the Australians 8S to get to win, nnd this they accomplished with the loss of six wickets, thus winning the match with four wickets to spare. Lommn, June 10. The match against Dewsbury was opened to-day. The homo team made 05 in their first...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Turkish Affairs. London, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Turkish Affairs. London, Juno 0. In consequence of pressure from the Porto, the Albanians are disbanding their forces, and it is hoped that further hostilities may lie averted. It is expected that tho Turkish troops will re-occupy the districts, and then quietly hand them over to the Montenegrins.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Close of the Wool Sales. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Close of the Wool Sales LONDON, June 8. I The April-May cericti ot colonial wool sales closed to-day. The total quantity of Wool sold during the series amounts to 330,003 bales, and there are 25,000 bales held over for next series. At the closo prioes for meri no wools were equal to those realised for the s&uio class at the end of the previous series. Crossbreds generally exhibited a decline of 2d. to 3d. per lb., and coarse qualities were 4d per lu. below the prices ruling at the dose of the preceding series.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 12 June 1880

Warwick Timber Yard. ROBERTSON & VINCENT TjkE$IRE to take tUis opportunity of tlmnk JLr Ufng their nntnewius Customers tor tlic Liberal livtrowvgo thfiy liuVn received nud but; to say that they are still iu a position. In ly tb?J3EST TIMBER in the Market efvowest Bates. , Preneiit Cash Quotations : '1'' 5tsfei>WO£)t) (Tron Bark), 12s. per 100 feel, nil round. BINE,,40s. nor 10D feel, nil round. EEDATViKs. per 100 foot.' ",I, ^HXJSCH.ES, 20S. per 1800. .! i , Parties requiriug Timber would do veil to nepuctthp stock on hand. . Orflora promptly nttended to. 577 Examiner copy twice. "^fliUGUST." EVERDING, : and Sluuapooer, .....r;!!'.-! rMkmH-Smir, ". . ; ? ;: tJKexl Door to ilt\ ft. T. Hcllfmcy'ti, Clirm if I}, I EOS to inform bis Customers and tbo I ? Pdfelio that in consoiiuonco of tho dull . has? of thotimon, he lins determined to reduce I'^hf^rieM;:;;. 1 ... (#Bly tyAugust Evenliug), ; (ll: .'!? .. . fM| a./// -.Miri'-i ,1... i .iW*. .. |.|.( I iSHA-VING-rBd. -SHAMPOOIN...

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Castigating a Private Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Castigating a Private Secretary Mauk Twain's latest production is a letter giving his opinion of private fieci'efanPK, in which lie " sits down" rather linrd ujjou Mr. Kirby, private secretary to PoBtDMBter General Key. Some days figo Mr. Kirby took occasion to write a letter to Mr. Clemens (Mr. Mark Twain), in which hu liod the temerity to criticiso some ooiutiieuts made by that gentleman upon a recent order of .the post-offiee department, saying that "it was meet just such hardened cases us yours; and,I alsoennd you a copy of the postal lavs and hope yon will take the trouble to look - intp tho matter thoroughly." It scorns by, the letter received in reply that Mr. Clemens .did look into the matter thoroughly, aud Mr. Ki'ribgr thinks vow that he made too searching a study of it. Among other tilings in his letter Mr. Clemens says" My callow friend, when you shall have outgrown the efferve scence of jroutii, and aquired a bit of worldly . experience, you will cease1 to make mistakes...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

. MKCEkLftJNEOBS. , C\ Tlie wonderful. ipstipct pf loialify," which the dat ebareBwUh'tbecarner i^eein/hiLB been put td some 'practical tiee In^Boipiiin. Thirty-seven cnts.residieg jn the.city ,J)f Lifge, wera receotljjjiut; l)A{]S,,<rf9ttcD taken n long way into 'the countiy. Here they were liberated at two o'clock one -after noon, and nt a ?quarter to l fire on the .some evening one oftthem re turned kome; irUle ill his companions an-ivedtbeeewitidn: twenty four hours after being .Set free/.ilii.is,'there fore, proposed to establish a regular Bjwtem of cat communication between Li£ge and the neighbouring village* by means ofcata.. This is a somewhat novel put for pussy toplsy. and, if it be feasible, we hope that she wulbe properly protected in it. A characteristic ntofof Lord Beaoonsfie^d'e iB goiDg tlio roiindB of the clubs, tmair'various forms. " Atlas'' jn: tho: butchers it frightfully. "It is a strange .thing"-he makes Lord Benconsfleld say--"that people keep calli...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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THE STATE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

. THE, fimTE,OF ETTROPEi Thb'8tintt&r<rVetharlrs tint "-if 'the only Eastern' tion andjiotljy rivalries j<» sn£U Sclay-pom triuAitiea, fie. ,mjs4l^",e£^Ma by pfcHy manoeuvres In tikis oititinV Vromd not be of a fprn)|daJ)lo, characUr. ^nJu^lj, ,j ^oraift world; ' and any o^t&toonmihe wuia PeoipspU^ once daimB yic.at^uiHqp, jind tetto» ttejnitocHftf tpe; <Jp\fcrnnje»tio(| Bt. the Treaty at fleSn were^^S^Sy obtervS there would ©bjnouilyteik>..cause nor feat of further strife. SugKtaitls satisfied. 80 is France, BO ia GermaiiyV "sd Us Austria. But the mcunpnt thatithB^ittssttisfsetion »f tbe 8^ts; tofrcred Ijy ^ftssittV tind hifcherfo en couraged by English' Ifibeitils, expresses it self in action, no single Power mil remain content) fend thfe '1 hrtwh'HjfcetiKon'MtfciriBe once more in all to grave proportions. -MiVe have said that Austria H ammed, and the is so, because she bows to the decision of Eunpe (jndenkerteins BO' ^BlLitfc;a4...

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THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

THE TICHBOENE CLAIMANT. In his last letter to Mr. Guildford Onslow the Claimant asserts his innocence _ more Blrongly tTmn ever. It may seem etratigo, but there are yet soine people who believe that he is what he represents bimsplf to be. He says:-"The bad news of poor Lord Bivers' death has completely upset me. I have hndmany trials requiring -fortitnde-ftriiear with during my life, but in my dear fri<>nd Lord Rivers fortitude, faith, -strength, and every power I possess seems to ha.vp.<ors^ken me ; in fact it seems as if the Vfety lebvcns were trying to vent that virulencV against me which was shown towards me daring the trial, and which fioeflectually blinded justice . . . The shock of the sentence I received, 1W owing full well, as I did, that itcsiri^fl "with it the loss of name, title,' wealth, honour, in fact all that is dear to todn, . JssS b? pore effect on my nerreB than'- oho idt'op of 'rain would halro Ana eeamim's 'south-wester, because my consc...

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SEVERE ILLNESS OF PRINCE GORTSCHA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

SKVEKK 1LI/NKSS OF PRINC'K GOUTS. ciiAicorr. fi irc,i (Ji, 1 ci'lmliofT ir wmw, nn'l 111.'!!- is 1:0 rxjiocluliim of his recovi'ty. Kol viihstumliii;; hie :i<lvniirc«l np', tin- (.'haiici'llor ciijnj-i'il liciiltli milil a few <t;i\n wlii'ii Iiu wii" smliVnly si'ix'-d with inlmiml puiuK while talking to'nn official of hi^li rank. Dill-ill;; tin- lli;;lit lie U-cnuiu delirious, but lvcoveiod his facuHift» 5n the morning* though ho was then in a state of extreme weakness. Tho Etnperor wo* one of the first to visit his faithful Minister, and there has been a con* stant, succession of inquiries sincerthe fact of Prince Gortschakoff's illnesB becube known. 2'his evidence of sympathy has much gratified tho sufferer, trijo fans criused the visiiore' book to be brought to hiui several times. The papers also Have been vend to him at hie re* j quest, his interest in politics surviving to the ' lost-one more instance of " thfl ruling pas sion strong in death."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

!/, mots as.- >.» 0UR ACCOUNTS for the put Quarter .n .??iawe beenddiyered, and an Early SICm.KHF.NTof w>nw will oblige. Overdue i Aoootmts remiiniug unpaid at the «bil4f ttw.camnt quarter wul be plocod in 4&e <Jwad« <«! .* AoUufor far w»rery . ARTHUE MORGAN. -

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A PATHETIC STORY [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

A PATHETIC .STOEY Is told in connection with the relief fuud in stituted by &er Graco tbe Duchesa of Marl borough . Two Httle~boy*,balf-naked, travel stained* and bate-footed, sotight admission the other day^frtbe-casitfe, stating that they had walked all the way from* $^bberj)$nf county of Cork", to plead for help to j)ay their father's rent They were brought into Her Grace's presence. Not in the least abashed, they told their story, simple and 'pathetic. They were the BOHB of Pat McCarthy/ of Concluggcr, in the parish of Caharagh, near fikibbereen. He had a bit of land, but the timQB were so bad he couldnot pay the " rint," and he owed £8. [laving gone round nmong the friends and neighbours, he could only scrape together £0. What was to be done to pay his way f The two-children, who have Been respectively 12 and 14 summers, thought I they would ask the good Duchess of Marl I borough to give " daddy" the £2. Away | they started for Dublin# begging their fipod and lodging, a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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English Mails Close at Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

. ,J&afll*UH*lUiCnoBejrt Warwick. I Y«*IMb0i!fMftriG«tie- .. About iune 2nd VlAflfriMffMidBuiFkMdMO- .. -Abort June Oth VUAiimMIU(|u ; i .. . On June l20V«t 8.90 p.m.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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