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The Ex-Empress Eugenie's Visit [?] to [?]land. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

The Eugenie's' Visit I to j 7>« TiHkii*/rhrresnoudeut of the B^trfsr writes t-" The; 'Empress Eugenie he» gone to ZuMfiMSSriW woman's detii-minatioA to atthe fcirtnmsWiioei - - --^er eon's death. I' hear ,, wished to acCompan^ she declined hie ftffer. deariqg. up . _jhtipp^biiBltieM icOnsiets ygt^laaflB* fc ssrs to Hie root" wfcwe Wiq; m Tfl_osBMaied, : Bhe WBf W_lie amount >Ot kdn^e ii.'lifcHiy^0 receive from military nML},iWkli%. Wir7®"Wly» «fce thinks Wj®* ' they -will endeavpirtO; f&Sfali tfce. army from ?ui~ There-isPPS n»an inwhosepower .*»«HUWk«Dd in wj^ l^^ ftocerity ot purpose «he thoroughly believes, an! that nun is Bishop Colenao.. I understand that -sbt i&afcidoui to obtain native testimony ;on the subjsctofher eon's (death. The stilus .ho attacked the Prince, or who.flaw.(the fatal blows dealt by their countrymen, are in i"****"?"?. ,*nd it anightbe possible to bring the^lriS^^rBBew ot the liiprese. At all erenU^^.l Wia^y .certoln fhat die wfflinvi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Grant's Candidature. NEW YORK, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

General Grant's Candidature. NEW YOKE, Juno 8. I Latest to hand from several of the States shows lbafe43enerol Orant's chances of being elected President for & third term are better than was generally believed. In spite of the strenuous exposition which he is cncouuter* ing quarters, his prospects are re» gard&ajwrizig materially improved during the past-fe* days.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

ADVICE TO MOTHEIIH !-Are you biokcn in your r.,"t by n sick child Buffering with tl.c pain of cut tiiis teeth ? Go »t onco to n chemist anil got n bottle of MRH. Wiksi.ow'h SOOTHING 8vm)r. It will relievo tho poor sufferer immediately. It in t perfectly harmless and ploiuant to taste,it prb- , , duces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child rom pain, anj the little cherub awakes a. bright as abutton. . It soothes the ohilil and SrftoM the gums, alleys nil pain, relieves wind, jStT the biweuf and U A. best known JSdy for dyaentoiy and diarrhoa, whether Mlrin/ from tec*hing or other «raaet. Mrs. Winlluw's Soothing fiyrup is sold by Mefccinc dealeis everywhere nt. *"1 i puT bottle. Mami , Mtured at 493 Oxford Street. London. : Vaidaslb Disoovhbt FOB tbe.BJIB." -If yon iitdr i* turning grey or wliitc, or frilling off, use "the Mexican Heir Renewer," forit mtt post rettonin eeerji catt Ores or vhwitHtur to it* original eolonr, without leaving the disagree able "BestoWM."tt makes the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 15 June 1880

DEATH. DESBOIS.--On the 14th inst., Mary, wife of Dan Desbois.

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The Hon. H. E. King before his Constituents. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Hon, H- E- King before hiB Con stituents, JTbbHoh. B E. KINO, Speaker of tho Iiwiglatire Assembly, i« always worth hearing, aijiiraore indebted tothe Courier of Thurs day for a condensed outline of his speech at Maryborough, delivered on Wednesday even ing. . Bis exhaustive address occupied three hottrafcnda-half to delivery, and, contrary to ggi&ftl Expectations, he met with a most gratifying neieph'On. After claiming that bis portion as Speaker did not prevent his l-e pr£ixmting that constituency, as he did n large chute of work on committees, he stated that it was undesirable that Parliament Bhould meot until Mr. ifflwraith's return, as tho absent Premier Was not bound by the acts of his col leagues. He contended that Mr. M'llwraitli haaflohe great good by representing the colony in England, and explained that the Govern ment intend submitting plans of the Burrum Beilway and Maryborough wharf extension eitrly In tbe session. He dwelt at length on th&&l...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Kelly Gang. THE Benalla correspondent of tho Melbourne Herald, of Juno 3rd, wiles :,ti follows:-The belief that the Kelly gang arcs ill the neigh bourhood of Greta is still prcvulenl hero, and any sews concerning their supposed move ments is seised upon and discussed villi avidity. On Sunday night news cauio to Banalla that Ned Kelly had been Boen nt Mrs. Byrne's hut, near Beech worth, by :i man who knew bim well. - In consequence, a body of polioe and trackers went off the following morning and searched tho district without success. The suspected persons at Qreta were alt interrogated, and last night a portion of the polioo caine back, leaving eight or nine men still on the look-out. In and around Greta there arc a nuniber of cares, only a few of which are known to the police. These arc constantly watched by constables, who ni;ike it their busiuefis to be continually on the alert for information. However, ui»st of the cares are unknown, the cntmnces being bo well concealed that...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. THURSDAY, JUNE 17. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. Thompson, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

Warwick Policc Court. TnuBBDAr, JUNE 17. (Ik'foro the Police Ma^istrat^ mul \\. Thomp son, Esq., J. P.) The " PuorKBNOii" in Tnounr.K.-Thaman Juhn^.x, tho " professor" of pugilism, wan charged with having, on the l'Hh in«t., stolen I from the person of one Julia Harris the sum | of 7fl. in silver, and a pocket handkerchief. , Senior.eonstuble Maxwell prared having ar | rested prisoner on the previous evening, neat* Allman's hotel; upon charging prisoner, ho replied, "All rightarrested liiui in conse quence of information received from the prosecutrix; on searching prison nr, witness found several silver coins.-Julia Harris, the prosecutrix, stated that she was sitting beside prisoner on tho bank of the river, near Alt aian's hotel; immediately after prisoner left, witness missed her money, and at once gave information to the police; identified the handkerchief produced .is her property. Elizabeth Stewart, a married woman, WAS in company with prisoner and last witness on; the occasio...

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.] Proposed Grammar School for Warwick. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The tiditor will not be responsible for any opinions or vicius cx;ircj$i'il by correspotx* denii, atid ivill always rcjcct personal com* munications unless on subjects of jjubfic t»y»oWanc«, and guaranteed h\j the signa ture of the Proposed Grammar School for Warwick. TO THE EDITOR OP THE WARWICK AKGl'S. ? SIB,-I re.ul with much pleasure your remarks as to the establishment of a G rammer school in Warwick, and I have since perused the let-tor of Mr. Johnson, who also supports it I, Sir, also crave a small space in your columns to express my entire approval of the proposed school. And I do so, not because it will he tlie means of circulating money in the town, hut because of the priceless blessings which will ln» secured toour rising generalion. Warwick, ne Mr. Johnson remarks, possesses sufficient resources within itself to provide the noceasary nuclous of .£2000, and that I hold can be raised by an earnest effort without going amongst the Toowcombu people 1o beg th...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Toowoomba Turf Club Meeting. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

Toowoomba Turf Olnb Meeting. ELKCTB1C TKLEOHAPH.] Juno )5. Tim annual race meeting of tho Toowoomba Turf Club commenced to-day. There wcro light Bhowers early in the morning, after which the weather cleared til] nearly 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when there was a little more rain. Although no doubt tho attendance was somewhat effected by tho state of the weather, yet tho numbers exceeded those of cither of the past few yoars. His Excellency the Acting Governor drove on to tho courso four-in-hand, as did also several private gentlemen. The racing on the whole was of very good quality, and the courso was in spondid condition. Fnrtioulars of the various events are as follows: Maiden PLATE-li Mile. . Hon. J. P. Bell's b. c. Othello 1 Mr. W. C. Bugdon's br.f. Decoy 2 Mr. J. Abrahams' br.li. Sunset 3 Galata was scratched. Good race. Time, 2 win. 14^sec. Sklunq RACIS.-1 Mile. Mr. i). Smith's br.g. Spondulix 1 Mr. J. P. Jost's g.g. Zanco ... 2 Now Chum ... 3 Won by a head. Time, 1 min. S0|s...

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Warwick Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 15. (Before the Police Magistrate and Wm. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

Warwick Petty Debts Court. TCESD».Y, JUKE IB. (Boforo the Police Magistrate and Win. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) Municipal Council v. R. Nieklen.-Kates duo, JBG 10K. Verdict for plaintiffs for amount claimed, with costs-in all, J!7 3s. Gd. A. Morgan v. Jame* Stanley.-Work done, £1. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs-amounting in all to £1 lis. Municipal Council v. W. Wafckins.-Bates duo, £7. This case was withdrawn by the Town Clerk! J. Locko v. W. Grieve. - Detinue, £5. Verdict for plaintiff for £2, with costs amounting in all to £3 18s. Od. Four cases worn continued for Borvice. MATCH.-On Wednesday, shortly after noon, the Warwick race course presented a scene of unusual excitement in consequence of the match for £20 aside between Mr. Altman's Snip and Mr. McGeo'a Orphan, from Clifton There were almost as many buggies and horsemen present,' as are to be found at some regular race meetings. The distance to be run was two miles, aud some tiling before the start there was...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Late Justice Lutwyche. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Late Justice Lutwyche. To " die in harness," lias been t'?0 ambition of many prominent won in the world, who might well lwvc been excused after u long 1'^ 0 cc*nj scientious duty from wearisome mental and physical labor. Tl.erc is no class of men that stick so tenpciously to their posts as the judges, and this is, observable not only in the colonies, but at home, where the provision of an ample pensiou, provided for aged I iudcos, affords no temptation to th(-iu to rest on their oars. Consequently, wo find judges attending Court under physical torture which would induce I men entrusted with lesser responsibih-: tids to succumb. And so long as judges arc in the enjoyment of intel lectual vigor, we see no cause to pre vent them from pursuing their duties even if carried as invalids to the bench, | a8 wis'.the cmo in the late BARON C'tiAMKBii and the late JUSTICE LUT- | Wvcbb- But it does appear peculiar that . Judges should evince a greater desire to eschew ease and reBt in declin...

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The Berlin Conference. LONDON, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Berlin Conference. LONDON, .I unc 17. Prince HoJenloho, the German repreBenta tive, has been clected President of the Con ference at Berlin. Nothing further is at pre sent known.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] Colonel Gordon's Resignation. LONDON, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [HEOTElt'S AGENCY.] Colonel Qordon's Resignation j London, June Ifl. i Colonel Gordon having resigned his appoint ment i\r secretary to 1ho Viceroy of India in consequence of the invitation he had received j from the Chinese Government, applied for permission from the War Officc to accept the offer whilst still retaining his commission in the Mritiah Army, which he was allowed to do when in the Eiryptiun service. The Govern ment have, however, refused Colonel Guidon's request, find he subsequently resigned his commission. There is uo doubt it iB his intention to take a prominent part in the operations against lCnshgaraud Kuldja, where nu outbreak of hostilities is believed to be imminent.

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The Russian-Chinese Difficulty. ST. PETERSBURG, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Bussian-Ohinese Difficulty. ST. PETERSBURG, June 1C. There arc uo signs of an understanding being arrived at between Russia and China 08 to the Kuldja difficulties, and from the extensive preparations which the former has recently been making, by increasing her forces in tho Pacific, there is a strong feeling that an outbreak of hostilities between the two countries may at any time oocur.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Australian Cricketers in Ireland. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Australian Cricketers in Ireland. LONDON, June 11. The match arranged to tako place between tho Australian Eleven and a team of eighteen representing the North of Irclnnd coniniunced at Belfast to-duy. The weather proved very fine throughout the day, and the ground was in good order. The home team went first to the wickets, and were ull disposed of for a total of 102. SpofTorlh and Palmer bowled, the former talcing ten wickcta, and the latter seven. The Australians then wont in, and made exactly the eaiuc number of runs as their opponents bad done. The hour being late, the eighteen did not commence their second innings. LONDON, Juno 15. Tho match of the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of North of Ireland, was resumed to*day. The home team in their second innings wero all dipposod of for ISO runs, 28 more than their first innings. The Australians then commenced their second innings, with Murdoch and Uanneriuau both of wliotn made a splendid display of batting to the close of tho da...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

Sydney. [FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 17. The Minister for Works, replying to a targe deputation to-dav, promised to give every facility to colonial manufacturers. The depu tation prouiiecd to construct locomotives on terms equal to tboso quoted by the foreign makers. Bishop Barker bos again refused to license the Rev. Brodribb in the Sydney Diocese, on Account of bis High Church proclivities. QUEEN VicroftiA-'a Aocebsion.-1To-morrow will be the anniversary of the Queen's acces sion. Forty-three years have elapsed since Her Majesty ascended the throne on the de cease of her uncle, William IV. The day is marked by a epeoial service in tbe Church of England, and we doubt not souic observance will be made ut St. Mark's to-morrow. Depautdee. - Mr. G. W. Chavasse, who for the past ton years has carried ou tUBineBB in Warwick as confectioner, Ac., left town on Thursday liiBt nt route for Bockhatnpton, intending to try his forLuue in the embryo capital or Alhcrtland. He was a persever...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

TATTEBSALL'S LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES.1 S IIKGLE -and Double BUGGY HORSES ; on hand FOE SALE. j HOB8ES . BBOKEN to Single and Double Harness at MODEHATE CHAHGES. Satis faction guaranteed. CLIPPING AND SINGEING. 1 HORSES CLIPPED and SINGED in first class style at Tftttersall's Livery Stables. Ctatirge, £1 per head. 698 C. BAKER. Temperance Boarding House, Orafton-atreet, WarwloU. (Opposite the Queensland National Hunk.) WJI- BURGESS, Proprietor THE Proprietor wishes to infoim his friends and the public, that the above House hia' just keen thoroughly renovated, and offers superior accommodation and all tho comforts of a home. Booms for Regular Boarders. At 18b. pkb ;week. Mads at 'toy liour of the day', for country peopli'tfsiting Warwick. 145 Killarney Bow Mills, m'INTOSHTDUMMIGAN "DSG to. inform,:tbe Public ih»t theafcpvo J|> MillJWflowAT^UJX w6RK,w£ «7iis turning out Timber of FIRST-CL&SS COT. The Proprietors; are prepared to. receive orders toY kny fiiwy o! rlHE or tlAKD...

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The Russians in Turkestan. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

The Suuiaas in Turkestan London Juno 14. Consequent upon the recent agitation in Turkestan, the Hussion troops an advancing upon Kosbgar.

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

Brisbane. [FltOH 00 a OWN COBBE3FONDBNT.] June IS. The following tenders uave been accepted for railway extensions:-That of George Mann for the Central Bail way, thirty miles, £68,109; for the Northern Bail way, fifteen miles, O'Bourke and Sharry, J230,000. Several large bridges are included in the latter. These are the lowest railway tenders, GO far, accepted by the Queensland Government. The Irish Belief Committee have received a telegram stating that further help is much needed for the next two months. The Premier cf Queensland, Mr. M'Dwraith, leaves Sydney to-morrow morning for Brie bane. Thero are no criminal cases for the District Court on Monday. Mr. O'Kane bus boon nominated for Bowcn, and a sharp contest is anticipated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 19 June 1880

WANTED a General SERVANT{ must be aam<i Ijaundrcsg. Apply Bank of New SoutfiWales. 613 LLTAM R. BRIGGS, please writo nt once to Rev. C. G. Hohinbon, All Saint?, Brisbano. Letters from homo. ?04 WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost tho only Olio in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF cftu be purchased at lid j>er lb. 1120. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by all Grocers, nnd \Vliolcsalo by F, Saxdekkoh, Kolvin (irove-roue], Brisbane* 074 For Sale or to Let, A WELL-IMPROVED FARM, on Swan Creek, containing 200 acres. Apply for particulars to M. O'SULLIVAN, 573 Warwick. For Sale Cheap. SECOND-HAND PIANO, by Broadwood; in good order; will 1>e sold a Bargain. ' THOMPSON'S Furniture Warehouse, Pal merin-street. 590 Butler. Butter. S.NUNN in Lumps or Ecgs. 014 Agistneit for Horses or Cattle. MR. JAMES BROWN, of Roohama Farm, Upper Swan Creek, has accom modation for fifty head of HORSES an...

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