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Mail Arrangements, Court Sittings, &c. PE[?] DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 June 1880

Mall Arr^nfe&entK court SUtingB, &c.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 June 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY. SOUOITOR, & PROCTOB, PALMUBIN-STEEET, ^VaUTV'JCK, 1034 The Buildiiag Trade: WALLA.CE & GIBSON CARPENTERS, BtncpEBs, & ti*NEHAi. CONTRACTORS, ^ Gur-srniOT, Warwick. 768 7tfW-+n ."i OaUdsMukerABd Upfcoliitgrer, Matress | Und5to<pr«mfedewtegnci. m j THE HOYAITHOTEL, VtMrncK. , | - T".iAi'FiBBTlCLABS TABLE. -. Begi;#ip^''ftQd Spires only kept. .,,inmj"i'g00D;j&AWti»rf. ' j'i v T.!? iLflTHB RIDGKv |..l^BOXAXi JffOTEX.; CopWiPf JPrffpenn w>4 Gmfton-stieete. «' iforf OentfaMv flo»sl in Worwi^" TBiB'^BiraPOLITA^ </. ^'t^itBgni-gr^gW. £ '^WM: MORGAN %*B®6 toidfotm his friends and the publio T) .dUWMllr (M be few: Ukon the «bove well ksPwTflst6^ (Tbw Families and Conf; mereS^t^onwffl Bod eveiy conjemence,, cl^indatWbtinD, KTMf 'AooihiBOdktiob provided for Viartore, with yrivatoiRoomsior Families. pinJarijtradiidflTO^rtaiw ? <">?» 1 -to ! °d^S^E.dN,B^O*iHO. , AoontejSfou)atteud'snceoUhotrains. , 65 wa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Allora Ploughing Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 22 June 1880

Allora Ploughing Matches. WE are indebted to the Secretary to the Committee for the following list of entries for the above matches, which take place on next Wednesday. The competitors, it will be seen, are unusually numerous. A full report will appear in our issue of Saturday. CHAMPION MATCH. W. Dalton, Spring Creek Addison Free, Warwick Reserve   J. Redhead, Indooroopilly A. Walker, Toowoomba W. James, Toowoomba P. M. Kavanagh, Pimpama Thos. Walden, Beenleigh   W. R. Oxenford, Coomera R. Wilson, Oxley       DISTRICT MATCH.       C. Gillam, Spring Creek       A Tulloch, Swan Creek Reserve W. Pullen, Killarney         C. Stallman, Allora       J.Smith, Freestone Creek       Thomas Maher, Allora   A. Ri...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Amnesty to Communists. PARIS, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Amnesty to Communists. PARIS, June 21. II As anticipated, the proposal made by M.' Froycinet for a complete amnesty to be ex tended to all Communists now Bcrring sen tences of imprisonment has been voted by i the Chambers.

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Warwick Municipal Council. A fipuciAL mooting of the members was held in the Town Hull on Wednesday nftcr noon. There wore present-Aldermen Giny 8on, Wilson, O',Sullivan, Cromhie, Hudson, Johnson, and Conuell. In the abseuco of the Mayor, Alderman O'SidJivan was voted to tho chair. 'J'lie Cmaikman explained thai tho meeting had h<?t>H called by requisition from a number of the aldermen, for the purpose of taking into consideration the repair.-* lo the water works reservoir, now being proceeded with, and also to farther consider tho question of the closure of Ktreots by the railway. lie should he glad to hear some of the requisi tionists oddrcBs tho meeting. Alderman JOHNSON, as ouc of the rcquisi tioniste, t-aid he would explain bin reasons for calling the members together. The contract for certain repairs to the reservoir had been let, and the contractors wero about proceed ing with the work. It was currently reported among mechanics, several of whom had ad dressed hi...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Bradlaugh Released. BRISBANE, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Bradlaugh Released. BRISBANE, June 25. I The Courier's special states that on the. motion of Sir Stafford Northcote, Mr. Brad laugh was released from costody on the grounds that the dignity of tbe House was satisfied. Ur. Bradlaugh, who present* him. i self again to-day, has reeeived two hundred sympathetic telegrams from various parts of England and the Continent.

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Melbourne. DEFEAT OF THE GOVERNMENT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Melbourne. DEFEAT OP THE GOVERNMENT. (fboh ovb OWN corkebpohdent.) Juno 25. At 1 o'clock this morning, the House having] eat all &igbt» Mr. Servto? WOB addressing the] Houbc in a speech oI considerablo duration,] and -with «ouch effect. He stood firm by tbo Reform Bill, and Mr. Graham Berry followed j with considerable warmth, in reply. A di> vision was taken at a quarter past two o'clock this afternoon, and the Bill was negatived by 48 to 41. There won great cheering fit the announce* ment, bat Mr. Serrico mado no statement. BBEACH OF TUB Pcaob.-At the Police Court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, Patrick Stapleton was bound over in the Bum of jG20, and was ordered to provide sureties of £10 each to keep the peace towards Bernard Hughes for the next six months. TUB LATE Fihb.-In consequence of a re quisition signed by six householders the Police Magistrate will hold an enquity au Monday inorn:ng into the circumstances con nected with the late fire at Mr. Hugh Gib...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Tilden's Withdrawal. London, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Tilden's Withdrawal. London, Juno 24. I latest telegrams from New York state that Tilden has definitely withdrawn from his candidature for the Presidency. The De mocratic Convention has chosen Hancock in bis stead.

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The Railway to Killarney. PUBLIC MEETING AT LOWER FREESTONE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

The Bailway to Killarney. FUDLIC MEETING ATLOWBR FREESTONE CHEEK. ON Wednesday evening a public meeting was held in the State school at Lower Free Btone Creek, for the purpose of discussing the question of the most desirable direction which the railway from Warwick to Eillaraey should take. The room was crowded, there being oror eighty persons present. It was proposed by Mr. James Wilson, seconded by Mr. M'Intosh, nnd carried amid applause, that Mr. E. h, Thornton take Iho chair. The CHAIRMAN, in opening the proceedings, read the notice convening the meeting, and added that it was a question of vit.il im portnucc to the whole disti ict. He hoped the deliberations to-night would result in a manner which would enable thorn to reflect in the future ou the successful outcome of business done to night. Mr. Jamrb Wilhon said most of them would be nw.-iru that he had called thin mee ting, on his own responsibility to a certain I extent, and with their permission he would offer a few words ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Brisbane. (MOB ODU OWN CUEEESrONDENT.) Jnne 25. The following tenders have lean received for the seventh section of the Wool-cm Kail way, namely: <3. Bnsliford, A. Johnstone 4 Co., B. Burt & Co., John Qargett & Co., K. J. T. l'rice, and O'Bourke, Mann and M'Shttrry.

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Allora Ploughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

AUora Ploughing Match. Tm: tenth annual ploughing match hold under the auspices of the Central Downs Agricultural and Horticultural Association cauie off on Thursday at Mr. Mailer's selection, near AUora, when over a quarter of a hundred teams actually competed. The weather was beautifully fine and warm, which doubtless partially accounted for the unusually large attendance of loeal and district residents, who watched the operations with lively interest. , Much disappointment, however, was expressed at the absence of many supporters And fricndB from the direction of Toowoomba and Gowric, who were compelled to remain away i through no fault of their own. It appears I that the railway authorities, who have most I liberally met the wishes of the Committee by a free carriage of teams and ploughs/declined to run a special trhin unless actually prepaid by the committee or any other persons who desired to speculate. Of course the authorities have struck an average of previous years' trains...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

Sydney. I [jBOH ODE OWN COBBESTONDBNT. ] The Associated Colliers intend immedi ately to reduce the price of cools to 9s. 9d. per ton. The Commission appointed to enquire into Judge Meymort'e conduot have been ordered to proceed at once with their duties.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

NOTICE. OUR ACCOUNTS' for tlie punt Qanrtei have lifcn delivered, nnd *n Karly SETTLEMENT of samo will oMigc. Overdue Accounts remaining iinp.iiil nt the end of the current quarter will l>o placed in the hands of a Solicitor for rccovory. t ARTHUll MOltGAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ? ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PBOCIOS, .i'.1 BllKIEIN-eTBEKT, W AB.WICK. 1034 : .' Tjbu Building Trade. ^ArLLAOE~& GIBSON ABPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL .CONTBAOTOHS, Gcv-stbbet, WARWICK. :I... .. : 788 lc*nn.J ?» &-15oNbm> ?Builder, and General Oon i,;i ...r flUV-Bl»EBTS, WARWICK. <'?rvii) ? ? ?1 1 * : 1 ,1.. .Ii-lit'.. i '? {A-OAEH.] vri:'"F.? ;P >A IM ERO, 1 Pnholgterw. Matress vfKecl idbM'Ho WDertnoWa Bailway Hotel), V*. -; i fJJIQUTJ&IBttET, WlBWlCK. work of *U dMcti^ioaa at to pKfinptJy, -at moderate prioea. 800 H¥SE3tiYALliOTEL, ! ' »l PAlWSTliM'BTREFr, WARWICK. I!, j XiBTHBRIDQ-B, forFAMILIEB. ;''A fflBST-CIiASS TABLE. I'Beit IWftneB and.'Spirits only kept. .... *i'!? . ;. Good Stablino. irTi»..-lexSbribok. ii . HOT-AJj HOTEL, 7-1 CornBrof Taimerin and Grafton-atreete. C88o CtHtraUv Bituaitd Hotel iti Warwick." OTB COSMOPOLITAN, I! > ,.VAU(ERIN-8TBSET. WMi- M03RQ-AJST BB86 tofatbnh his friends and the pnblic...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S AGENCY.] The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [EEUTEE'S AGENCY.] The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, June 21. THE Australian Eleven oommenaed amntcb to-day at Aston Park against an eighteen of Bitminghatn players. The former vent in first, end succeeded in making a total of 170 runs. The highest score of the innings was made by AT'Donneil, who was given out leg before-wicket after making 89. - The weather was not at all favorable kind this interfered somewhat with the pro grass of the game. The home team were consequently unable to commence their first innings to day. LONDON, June 22. The match of the Australian eleven against a Birmingham eighteen was resumed at Aston Park to-day, whan the eighteen, who were unable to commence their batting yesterday owing to the rain, went in. They, however, made no prolonged stand, tbeir fnnings terminating for a total of 88 runs, against 178 made by their opponents. Being in a minority of 91, the Birmingham team were called upon to follow their innings, and at the closo o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

TAITEESAMi'S LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. CJlNGI.K 'ftTUl Donhle BtJOOY HORSES O on hand TOE SALE, ' HQBSESiJJROKEN tt 8lnKle and ^Aihlu llarpewot JtODEEATE-OHAKGES.' KMis faction KuarnntL'ed. .' 'otiifakG AND simBTsa. JTTOfefcS CLIPPED riwl SlkuED in font JDb& if tyIf iXife'iy Staulcs. Clmriro, £1 per liewj. ,,, '' tf. feAKER. K.IUAKIJEY. :^ri^8pVHlPJiJ»JIGAN foform;th« Pulilia 'ibat tlicnbovc , AT WUi .HVOllK, awl U|o awtf Improved Mncliiu- f The Vropriotou. are proparcii to rt'cciiT1! ^iijlenUof, apy ^uatttiljr-pfjfl^JiiOT UAltl)- j tfajrw* ?) uraftou-slreet, will .receive prompt nttcnuonL . 1 thejf - " ers i la those premises lil'i'^Hoyai Exchange HoteU~}n^alnKsin-Btreet> and hope by utrictuWWWii hMw wants of Uieiij ,^«NfeMlik^s««ll,0aHibgni(Mir .aMffitcfaUfa' ?Mftt^ltt4miferctt1mnginrfi6k,it6i|i>>;rit tt .;-rri'l f :i^639 | °>|'H ?..?!',( - ll-l!;; I .rniil J MHOtmg"*** or viorogfa'.'xr Hew OMOtmnllptftltBMHSRt/tBKI.BOlJBNE. I 'tWHWncMlHt ^ '< 1 t : ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

WANTJOn TO JlKNTn FOUJt-ItOOMED HOUS1C, with (lctachcd Kitolion ; rillicr furnished or uiifiiriiitilioil. Apply liy letter, elntiugterms, to"A.O.," slryusOflico, Wnrwiuk. C6C WILUAM K. Hltl(3<SS, i>lonse wrilo nt onco to Rev. 0. G. ROBINSON, All Saints, IWblmno. Lcttors from homo. 004 WANTED to 1)0 known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is almost the only tme in Australia whero JOINTS of PEIMli BEEF can l>c purchased at lid per lb. 1129. WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SDN'S BAKING POWDER and SANDlCHSON'ri WASHING CRYSTAL. Sold by nil Grnccre, And Wliolesalo by F. Kakdkiixos, Kelvin Grove-i-oad, Brisbane 071 Notice: THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK will lie. CLOSED on THUB8DAY NEXT, July let, for tlio usual half-yearly Balance of Accounts. 072 Notice. rpiIK AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK 1 BANK will be CLOSED on THURS DAY NEXT, 1st. July, for the , usual half yearly Balance of Accounts.' 073 " Notice. ALL DEBTS DUE to W. If. WPQUAktell must be PAID by 8th July, or they wll ...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1880. Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 June 1880

ilte JUps. [PUBLISHED TWICE K WEEK.] ?Sr, .. ? WARWICKi SATURDAY, JUNE 2G, 1880. Agriculture. THE Ploughing Matchos at Allora have induced us to scour our Library in search of history and authority bearing on Agriculture, so that we may refresh our memory on one or two interesting - pointy. A perusal of these will fully endorse the assertion that if we trace the progress of what are called the physical sciences, those, for instance, of astronomy and geometry, from the early days-of -the Egyptian learning, or the bistoigr of navigation and com mence from the Phoeneciani; the fine arts, from the Athenian age; the art of war, colonial conquest, and civilization, 'JrtwWiejEMSnansJ m&thetatttloal science, i -/freM-the age or'SarMentc conquest; or follow the cpurse,,-pf advancing knowledge in Europe from a point no .farther qack. than the invention of ipr Rrfposeible' to Escape the unfavorable comparison which is exhi bited by that very pursuit whose uni versal pecq^ity, wtyle ij....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 June 1880

Anvios TO MOTHEHS !-Arc yon bi oken in you rest by a aick ohild Buffering with tl.e [lain of cut ting teetli ? Gout once to it chftmiit and get a bottle of Mhs. Winblow's SoorniKQ Svnur. It .ill relieve the poor sufferer immediately.- It b porfeotly harmless *nJ pleassnt to taaf " duces natural, quiet sleep, by rellevf rom pain, ana the little eheraU bright as a button.". It soothe* softens the gumi, allays nil pain, mum. regulates the bowels, and is the beet remedy 'for dysenteiy and dinrrhepa, whether nldiu from teething or other causes. Mm. Winsluw's Soothing Hyrup li sold by Medicine dsaleia ereiywhero ntli 1J per bottle. Manu aotured at <83 Oxford Street, London. Valuablx DISOOVEBY fobtbk HAIR.- -If you hair is turning grey or white, or idling off, use " Tbe Mexican Hair Benewer," for it mil posl ivd# restore in ttxrg cote Orry Of White Hair to Its original colour, without leaving the disagree able smell of most " Eestoms." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, AS ...

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The Late Fire in Warwick. MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 29 June 1880

The Late Fire in Warwick. JM/OltrEBJAJi, liSQlllliJ. ? Ykbtbkday morning tho Police Magistrate helil an enquiry at the Court IJousp, in ?conse quence of a requisition sillied by aix persons, into the circumstances connected with tlie' late fire at Mr. llu^h GiblHt's store. Tbe POLICE MAtaiSTRyjn (Mr. G, P. Mi Murray) asked'Wlml-bor any person ftppenfed in behulf of tluMequisiUoniste, Messrs. liobert Grayson. Marlay, andothers. " * Mr. GUAY&ON : Yes, your Worship, there are seyejttl wifai^sSes dutsi^c?. S- U ? (^ie'ToLicB<JSlAafi5TaATB: "Who is g<5iug' to' conduct tho case P ,. , , . . .. Mr. GRAYSON: I presume tbo i>olfc6,'youf ^Worship. , Mr. WOODCOCK : How do you know that f The Polick Magietiutr«. Have you girjen notico to yonr witnesses"!^ ^ ' * - im " JA ; Mr. Ghay^ox i Yea, Sub-Inspector Judge did on Saturday. - - ? TJie POLICE Magistrate pointed out that Mr. Ottiyeop and the others tigplng^ the re ^htefttoh'ftught to Ifav^tti ken f)WJ^)6r meas...

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