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GREAT FIRE IN CANADA—800 HOUSES DESTEOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

GBEAT FIBE TN; CANAOA-!^00 HOUSES DESTEOYED. ' A conflagration broke out on"April 21, in, Hull, situated on the bonk of the river, oppo site to Ottawa.. Eight Jiundred bouses, form ing lialf of tho town, wwb destroyed, render ing 4,000 people homeless. . Several. lives were loot, <ra& Bome patsdjtaate reported to be missing.. The. great lumber, mills were saved. ; The loss is. estimated- at ''800,000 dollars. Hull, thajscencof the disastrous con flagration reported1 above, is built on tbo northbank of tic river' Ottawa, where that stream is about a quarter of a mile wide. Hull is approach od from Ottawa lay, a sus pension bridge -over- tfce river,' near the ChaudUSre Calls. At tbe Falli the island which divides the current,, and both banks, ate covered by huge fcax mills, called bj"the Canadians lumbar mills. Tbo lumber busi ness is carried on by seven or eight large firms and .%.ibumber of small millnien. Among the mills are several which give em ployment to 800 ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?] ARRIVAL AT WARWICK[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

7(hinin<l 'Auuvliitwuiwiat: VIA Melbourne wd Onlle-AWratH»yeith»od Juno 7th Tu Sydney and fi*n.Fruidaco- .. About Juno 11th Vi^^onrf jfitoiU . Abont jifmllth

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

RUSSIA. Peculation is very common in Iiussia among officials. It RCCIUS that a high functionary in the Ministry of the Interior has been arrested, who is accused of forging during the past year no less than fourteen; hundred passports, for which he ' received as "bribes about ninety-seven thousand roubles. Thefts to the -Trtlue of twenty millions arc also said to have been discovered in the Custom House Department of the Bussian capital. The full powers (if Gcppral iLoris HcliLoff have been curtailed,''by. 'iProvincial Governors being ordered to report upon sundiy matte)* connected with the preservation of public' order not to the Dictator, but to the Mimgtpr of the Iutfcrier. The serious illness ot jfrinte Gortiohakoff creates eorisfdet&Me sensation in political circles. He is the guiding star of Jlussian policy, and tho bulletins of his health are watched with anxiety. A statement has ,been made to the cffect that, just before the .Czar took his seat pt the dining table th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL NEWS. SPECIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

MAIL NEWS. SPECIAL. M'iik ftuftCfftB of (.Iip Queensland loan ol £2,nun,un<i u'iiicli liiy iVoiuior < unio over here to launch allows thai English capitalists still loolc upon colonial Kccuritics aa amongst l-he I bent possUiU* investments, inul especially dc they Bi'cm to think well of tin; colony oi | Queensland. The telegiuph will have in formed our readers tlmt the tenders amounted to £-~i,8S9,OQO. JVot only was the number of applications large, but some of the tenders sent in were for extraordinarily large amounts. For instance, one gentleman applied for £300,000 at JEOO Gs, ; two applications were for £2QOfOOO catk,4it tho like price ;-one for £160,-000 -at £S9 10S. ; three for £100,000 each, at £60 Is., £90 and £91 Oa. Gd.; three for £90,000 each, at £89 10s., £90 1b,, and £90 Gs.; one for £80,000 at £89 15s.; one for £60.000 at £90 Gs.; twelve for £50,000 each, at from £B915a. to £00 7b. ; one for £45,000 at £90 Gs.; one for £30,000 at ^90 fis.; four fo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK TUESDAY, JUNE [?] Judicial Weakness. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

. .jneffidexld£&&-^i:;i i [PUBLISHED TWICE A. WEEK.] 'WAfiWlCKtTtTB8DAT, TONE IB, < IBiO. i. . ?- .»»??;?.?<{ ;l i .1 i i - .1 Xpxp , JprOB PABDIfO «««« Swiirwrck has terminated, in so.ridi <i<cufetis« .vumnqr when- theigremiy of - thfg^pSlenijej* eomUeredi'tbnt we 'deem 1 WflSttit Ib'vnr a'Kw bbiet^ationB upon .: t <9f JM*< fJpBTICE HaBDINO, ' . ywUou>MeiuB tobe tho (reverse extreme of liia hasty and precipitate condemna-: 1 oF t!h'ei'offender. With threats -jot ...twenty and forty years imprison ment, JUDOS Heeding committed Court.'1 'The details £ptmeetecl with . > Siwa*wioic'« contumeAib behavior on that occasion are too well known to our reade^ t6 till1 fbr'-riny recital of them. Suffice to say oottdtWt of such a nature utflfttMt tanpijej&deikted; ,iii. the finals of British jinticeil ^here a leading member of the bar' is menaced by a man who wasprepared to carry out his previously e...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Rowdyism at the Town Hall TO THE EDITON OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Rowdyism at the Town HalL TO R&E EDITON or TUB VTATIWICR ASOVF. Sm,-On Saturday evening I was informed by two or three respectable neighbors that an unseemly exhibition, 6uch as boxing, &c., was about to take place in the Town Half. I could scarcely credit my informants, one of whom, however, set nil doubts at rcBt by pro ducing a handbill giving particulars of the "entertainment." At a. considerable incon ?enienoe to myself, I at once left my bouse and went to the Hall, which, to my intense surprise and disgust, X found in possession of a Sydney boxing man. Now, Sir, I have not a word to say against the " professor" in aid of whom the petformanee was Riven, for being in possession of the building; he had a per fect right to engage tho. best room be .could get for his " manly" exhibition. But I think I have a right to know, and' the-respectable ratepayers of the town will also certainly de mand, by whose authority the Town HaU was let for one of the most disgusting e...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Produce Market Reports. [?] Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Praauci Mark«t Raporta. Qfloo, V . i, Monday cronlne. ^gBWMwa.~GtaUirday'« CWi^ ronoi+B ns aPT-In the produce market nuriness ',u'M ^io vin^r ii «nfMmewhaFscarie, butjpfcer praiuco is ill fair supply. Parcels of ItdeMttnftan bari> been quitted at a conceMoft" on the quotations given below. Wholesale dealers supply the folloiring quotation* Maize, 2s. 2d.; oaten hay, best, £3 10s. to M; lucerne, JIS 10s. to 43; lucerne ehaff, X3 to £3 10s. mixed chaff, £8 XOa. to £4; Adelaide limn, £6 10s.( oats, (no demand), 3s. to 3s. 3d.; «S10a. to Jt4; imported onions, JS5 lOsTto £61 lpp^ buttec,.H(l..tp 12d. (scarce) j arcs, .^4. W iM-jlipbliih bams, lSd. to led.; colonial cheese, 4a. to Cd. ; imported cheese, (dull). lOd. toIld. . .

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

HENRY BOYLE, ATIdEKET, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, . PAIiKHHJi-eTBJUtT, WABWIOK. 1084 ? . The .Building Trade. ^7ALLA-OB*8C GIBSON jS'ABjpBNTEBS, BUILDEBS, & GENERAL Ij CONTRACTORS, GUY-gTBKTT, WABWIOK. 768 [a OABD.] : tv. GAKFORD, ... ib, at lowest rates. 895 , I.'II . i! . :.l.-'. t ' ' 1 : ! ?? LOMW-J . - ' CONLEY, toil General Opn 4Wt> "dpT>Bt)MKW» WAIWICK. ? ;. ?:??? ?' ?' 888 [A OABD.} F.PAiTMEEO, Hotel), "V wOTkorell (IwonpUoiu^ ,*i »ooflei*t6 prices. 896 : t3THBRIDGE, V ? .- :3PEQPB1BT0E, : A IIBST^MSB TABLE. SeitWinot&nd Spirits only kept. I:' GOOD 8TASLtKa. <yj't T: LSTHB RI DOE, ' .sotAI. BtOTKr., Comer tfPslraerinand Gmfton-BtreoU. S'h .'-.... 6880' .' f tJfoit OMraUw Situated Hotel in Waraick." : if gift,/ qpsiffOPOLITAN, | r :!T ???;?'.:? FM.MKBrW-BTREET. MORGAN BBG8<tbinfottn'hla frienda i»n<l the public 'ijttiimlly that be has taken the above 'WUl iScxim Jiotel, where Families and Com ? iaewiel Gentlemen will f...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

AAMVAl AND DBFAItrURE OF MAILS. . . AUUVAM t : From Biinwuio, Ipewich, Toow6oniba, CamlxKjya, Clifton, Veadon, . Allora^'iihd T. P. 0.,daUy, (Sundays excepted^ .A-*'#5.p,w., olao, (com Brisbane, Ipewich. iat tfoowootoba, oh Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 11*65 o.m., and from.Tootootnta, on Thursdays, at 10-26 p.m. From Tenterfield, Maryland, and New South Wales trwiwmllyJflverUnd), daily (Sundaysand Thursdays ©*. C*$>m Stanthorpc, Chpny flully, nod . Gap, dally (Sundays excepted), at 7 p.m. ; from Tunnel Camp and Eteht^nBeCiiiliJ ut| gnfrfliysand Fridays, 7 pjn.;. and tram tho Thlrteen-mlJa ptmrs Saturdays, at From Leyburd;" ft atkik; 'Darkey 'Flat, Sduth fool-" twnV*nd Sandy .Cwcfr enry&kiri*y, tf- i'SO p.m.: also, nan Leybarn ruOainEooya, on Wednesdays Mid BabttSm .tVUpM' - .*» .-, " fton UprooiM LovrerSwahiktid^Reesiafte Creeks, - From Northern forts" art Brisbane, by every ojjpo^untty. For I&! ^SSyfmyl ^1), .aSTtS'plm!, and tor ^ 8pjn. ? .... ? For TonterfWd and N...

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Mail Arrangements, Court Sittings, &c. PETTY DE[?]TS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Mail, ArrantsnjentB, Cow* Sittings, fto. PEOT DEBTS COURT. «w fcttttnfev <x ihlv {toMt'are held fortnightly on the fl ret and third Tuesday In cach month.

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A Grammar School for Warwick. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK A[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

A Grammar School for Warwick. TO T1IE EDITGll OF TUJi WARWICK AJIOI'S. Dkar Sib,-Your leader in tlm laBt issue of ibe Argus on a Grammar School for Warwick, I coueidcr most opportune; the subject is one which should commend itself to every person who bos an interest in the progress ana wel fare of the town and surrounding district. An educational establishment of this kind would unquestionably increase the impor tance of our town> ns welt as being a great boon (o the rising generation. The amended Grammar School Act of 18G4, as you have pointed out, is exceedingly liberal in its conditions. Nearly all tho principal towns in our colony have already availed themselves of the benefits of this Act, and although we are almost last in the field, yet I believe the scheme is feasible, as a town of the inipoitance of Warwick, surrounded by a number of wealthy nqualtages, should find very little difficulty in complying with, the conditions laid down, and if country and town both pull toget...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

CORRESPONDENCE, e Editor irill not be v6tpo-,\tl!>le for uiii/ Ojihtioi\n or rii'ics ex^rnascd hy eorrespon. tlfliiir, rut thrill always rrjcct ^Ci'SOital com vmniciifitiiis unlets <tii subjects cf c »Hij)oWftHCC, and guaranteed by the signa ture of ihe author.']

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Brisbane. [FROM OUB OWN C0BBE8P0NDBKT. ] June 14. All tho Government offices will closo to morrow at noon in consequence of tho funeral of tho late Judge Lutwychc. The Towers escort left to-day with 11,988 ozs. of gold.

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The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, June II. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

The Australian Cricketers. LONDON-, June II. I The match between the Australian team 1 end the country of Yorkshire eleven, at Dewebury, was resumed to-day, and resulted in a victory for the former by <3 wickets.

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Melbourne. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Melbourne. (MOM ODB OWN COERESPONDENT.) June 14. Mr. Moodic, the Editor of a paper, assaulted Mr. Clark, this morning on his re fusing to sign an abject apology for scurrilous remarks on Her Majesty the Queen, .which appeared in the Trtttiamttototi Advertiser. Mr. Moodie was fined at the Police Court for the assault. Mr. Lalor, lato Commissioner of Customs, has called a meeting of his creditors. Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON.-Following in the trail of Mr. M'llwraith comes Mr. 'Jtiomas Hamilton, lute Secretary in the Queensland London Agency Office, who waa dismissed by Mr. M'Uwraith from his post. As wo anti ipated at the outset, when it was announced that " tho Premier would enquire into the working of tho London office," Mr. M'U wraith could hardly uudcrtake such enquiry without effecting some radical changes in cproof of hiB active interference. It was generally supposed that Mr. Maca lister would bo tho Jonah sacrificed on this occa sion, but we expressed stroug doubt at the time upon the...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 14 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Sydney. [vnou ODE OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Tuna 1 A selector named Martin Hogan wob found dead this morning in hie hut at Caraboo ntation, with, a bullet through the chest. It is stated that G. E. Dibbs will be nominated for Kiama, which will bo shortly vacant. If clccted he will bo released from gaol.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Movements of the European Fleets LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [KEOTEE'S AGENCY.] I Movements of the European Fleets- ! LoMDdM, Jane 10. MUCH excitement u bccnsioued to-duy at the announcement that the French fleet bod railed for Besika Bay. ?' This news hns led to authoritative orders to the British flfcet to follow at once, and ad vices from Italy report that the Italian iron clads.will immediately follow. The sudden movements made by such a largo number of war vessels has created an intense excitement auiongst the public in England, and Cable advices from the various foreign powers state that all those countries interested in the integrity of Turkey are thrown into a state of allrm. There is considerable speculation on all hands as to the probable outcome of the steps being taken, but it is looked upon as a strong expression of determination on behalf of the Great Powers to rigidly enforce upon the Porto its obligations in connection, with the Berlin treaty. London, June, 11. The greatest oxciloiuont still prevails ns to ...

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European Fleets on the Move. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

: European Fleets on the Move. A HOST extraordinary item of news comes"to ns witli respect to the move ments ofitbe European fleets. Francd Appears suddenly to have taken the INITIATIVE, in ordering her fleet to Besika Bay. This act of naval assumption has seemingly been adopted without pre vious concert with England, for the announcement created intense excite ment amongst the British public, and an. order was imttjediately given for the English fleet to follow at once. It is further stated that the Italian ironclads are also to muster in the same waters, so that we are again on the eve of a great crisis. When the Liberal party sought a return to power four months ago one ad captandum cry was that they would, if entrusted with the confidence of the country, iu no way compromise Earl BEACONSFIELD'S foreign policy. Butwe already observe signsof a serious abandonment of that promise by the retirement from Cabul and the for feiture of ppsitions gained at the cost of much sacrifice of l...

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

WA 'ANTED to lie known tliat tlio CHEAP .. MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost tlic only ono in Australia whore JOINTS or PRIME BEEF can be purchased at 1 Jd per 111. 1120. WANTED HoiiKuUcupcnitn try SANDElt SOX'S U.MvlNCf I'OWlJKIl ami NANDKHSON'ri WAfiMlMi CRYSTAL. Suld by nil Grocers, niul Wholesale by F. Kasiieusoh. Kelvin Ui-ove-rond, Brisbane 074 For Sale or to Let, 4 V'ELL-lMl'KOYICD KAllM, Oil Kwan J\ Creek, containing; 200 acrce. Apply lur ?narlioulun to - ll. O'SULLIVAX, For Sale Cheap. SECOND-HAND PIANO, by Broadwood; in good order; will 1>c Bold a Jinrgain THOMPSON'S Furniture Warehouse, Pal nicrin-street. 590 TIIAXKS. HK WIDOW OI.SKN toga to return licr (honks to Xlume Indies mid GentlsLjcii : who couiributed to the Fund in her aid i initiated l»y Mits: 110HiU.)l"oii the nccidentn! I dofilh of tier ImalKiml fiuino lime ago. 5117 i - Reward. . . j STfii&fiD f^m^tBg^ratk^about awioli. since, two horses of the following descrip tion, supposed to bo making for Now Eng ...

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Proposed Abolition of Flogging. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

Proposed Abolition of Hogging. LONDON* June 8. It is authoritatively announced that it ie the intention of. the Government to abolish flogging in the army and navy after the pre sent year. With this object a Dill will be introduced in Parliament at an early date; It is expeoted that tho proposal trill lead to considerable discussion, owing partly to the fact that the late Government retained this punishment in their Army Discipline Bill of last year, when the matter formed the subject of several animated and prolonged debates in the House of Commons.

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