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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
VAaRANCT.-Mr. G. 1*. M. Murray, the | Police Magistrate, committed John liobevts ! to Toowoomba gonl for a month, on Thursduy morning, for vagrancy. | SuBETiErt OK the Ieaci',-At the loll CO Court, on Wednesday, before William Thomp son, Esq., J. P., George Speed waB bound over in the sum of £30 and to find tiro sureties in the sum of £16 each to keep the peace towards Anna B'Jerkc, for tho space of six months I Tire Keu.yb.-It now appears certain that the career of the Kellys is at .in end, and citisens can now rest in security and pe&lt;ce. j Call on Thompson, the cabinet-maker, and furnish your homes with comfort, and, in ! blissful security, dwell in peace. Furniture ' Warehouse, next Mr. Aland's, Palmerin street.-[A»vt.] EVANDEAN SCHOOL.-The terminal exami nation, prior to the mid-winter vacation, took place on Thursday list, in the presence oftlut parents and friS^ds of tl:c children. Tho boys, both in the senior nnd junior divisions, | were put through a searching exa...
Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEKT.] July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
I Brisbane. [rBOK OUB OWN COERESPONDMKT. ] July 2. The returns to hand from Bowen show Beor 257, and O'Kano 06. July 2. The revenue returns for the quarter ending. arc as follows:-Customs, £120,588; Erase, £10,181; Stamp duly, £10,690; Li censee, £20,563; Land revenue f £128,318; ftutoral oocupatiori, £9,981; Mining, £2,7X8; Railway receipts, £61,622; Postage, £12,479; Telegraph . £9\,130; .Burbor light dues, £3,4Mi. Assort, £1,649; Fees of Office, £$,)?!.I lines or: Forfeitures, £851 ; M iscellanerius, £14, DOS f Land revenue pro per, £409,818 ; Land Orders, £474 ; Net Beveniie, cash, ^6409,837, a» com pared with i|£351,007 for the correspond ing quarter of last year. Total revenue for the flnamialypar ended June, J880, £1,161,823. The expenditure . for the quarter was Schedules,' £19,174; Interest on debt, £238,425; Executive end Legislative, £3,077; Colonial Secretary, £68,696 ; Justice,.£6.873; Imtrfiotion, £31,058 ; Treasurer,. £24,687 ; Lands, £17,802; jVorke, £72,720 ; Post ?...
The Trunk Lines. PUBLIC MEETING AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
The Trunk Lines. PUDLIC MEKT1N0 AT WABWICK. A crowdud meeting was hold at the Town Hall on Monday evening, wilb t\ view to expressing an adverse opinion on the railway policy of tho Government, and in order, also, to pA89 resolutions against proceeding with these railways. Tho Mayor read the rcquisi* tion calling the meeting, 'and Mr. Gannon, solicitor, having been ^elected to act as Sec retary, his Worship called on any gentleman present to address the meeting and wove any resolution. Ms. CnAEkES Cla br sai&lt;l he was asked to move a resolution, and although he came unprepared to say anything, ho could, not 1 refuse, for he always took im interest in everything that concerned Warwick, and having been told he would be doing 60i»e | service by proposing the following resolution, , he gladly did so. It was as follows: I That tho inhabitants of Warwick and district, in public I mooting nsBcmblod, view with alarm tho heavy loam* I" floated i»y tho Government, the proceeds of wh...
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.] The Railway Fever. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. [TVie Editor trill not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspon dents, and will always rejeet personal com ' ntunications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] The Railway Fever* TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK A.RGUB. Sir,-\Vc arc fairly in the midst of stir and bustle about, trunk linos and branch lines, and $o tell the tbufch, the excitement has not come a day too sooa. In fact, it is, if any thing,-.rather late, but better late than never. 1 do not intend in the present letter to say any thing regarding the glaring iniquity of the Government scheme for trunk railways. That odioas subject is being freely and fully ventilated by the press everywhere. But I would like with your permission to make a few remarks in reference to our local branch line. I waB for some Jime a good deal; sur prised at the undisguised hostility of the people of Warwick to tlie Rillarney line. I aiu not a bit surprised n...
Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
Warwick Land Court.' THE usual monthly land Court *ru held before Mr. Commissioner Hume OZ1 last, when the. following' applications ,mre disposed of:- ? . . 'Hbnfetutifc'." t,l'"' Thomas H. Welsh, 100 acroe, Boseottisl* Accepted. John Wright, 80 acres, Goomburra,-Ac cepted. , . The following applications for1 oertiflbaties were conditionally granted subject to the Bailiff's report i- L Andrew Dougall, 640 acres, Goomburra, Andrew Dougall, 820 acres, Goomburra, Andrew Dongall, 180 acres; Gooinburra, George Martin,94acres;' Bobinson Charles H. Green, 6B3 acres, Goomburra. W. Clunes, 220 acres, Bosenthal. W. Clunes, '630 acres, Rosenthal.' W. Clunep. Jpr,,',6S^ acr^s, Jippepthfl.., \ w OFFICIAL Mxannhb. -A. movement staged in Brisbane recently on the part of the good people. of that city, with a view. to .paying eott'e complhnent to Mr. jBtfesl^y IkpE&f'tte E*eci/HvS"Com'miBBlCine^ ilt, tti8 8J8£iey Ex hibition, has been somewhat ruddy suspended in- eonsequenoe of Mr.' LukfttVj...
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1880. CAPTURE OF THE KELLY OUTLAWS. MELBOURNE, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK : SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1880. CAPTURE OF THE KELLY OUTLAWS. MELBOURNE, June 29. THE following is the account of the final scene of the capture of the Kelly gang :– The siege of the hotel was kept up all Monday fore- noon and until 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when the firing from the hotel ceased. Thereupon the police, who were then acting under the direction of Superintendent Sadlier, deter- mined to take a decisive step. Accordingly, at quarter past 3 o'olock senior constable &nbsp; Johnston, of Violet Town, ran up to the gate of the hotel with a large bundle of straw. He advanced under cover of a continuous fire from his comrades directed at the doors and windows of the building. Having ignited the straw, he retired, his retreat being protected by a fire similar to that which covered his advance. The straw soon flared up and set the house on fire. After a short time the &nbsp; flames were seen flickering through the ...
Latest Particulars. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 3 July 1880
Latest Particulars. &nbsp; MELBOURNE, Wednesday Ned Kelly was conveyed by train to Mel- bourne yesterday, under the escort of a strong body of police. He slept well on Monday night, and is in good spirits. He shows no shame, and takes things quietly. Superintendent Hare has also come to Mel- bourne to obtain medical advice for his wrist. At present it is feared that the arm will have to be amputated. THE PLUCKY SCHOOLMASTER. The man who gave the timely warning to the special train on Suday is named Curnow. He is a schoolteacher residing at Glenrowan. KATE KELLY. &nbsp; &nbsp; After the hotel was burnt down Kate Kelly and Mrs. Skillion remained at Glenrowan to take leave of their brother Ned, which they were permitted to do. They were affected at the interview, but Kelly seemed indifferent. THE INQUEST. &nbsp; &nbsp; An inquest was held yesterday on the charred remains of Dan Kelly and Steve Hart, after which the remains were handed over ...
Mr. Douglas at Maryborough. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
Mr- Douglas at Maryborough. I (Front the Courier.) THE lion. J. DOU^Iub addressed a crowded j moc'tiii;; of his coiiBl.ilU 'litfi here this evening, | ami was well received, Til the course of his roil 1 ni'l;js he guvo a /i-mhii? oF (ho history of this Administration ^vith which he liud been j connected, and claimedthat, notwithslanding the many difficulties they encountered, they had- pursued a policy satisfactory to ihe country. They were ultimately defeated in consequence of tlio lilectoml Hill, which upset j the balance of power then existing. Ho argued that Mr. jrllwrnith's policy of borrow ing money for public works without providing the means of-repayment muBt provo disas trous in the long run. Ilo condemned the absence of the l'rpniior on his late viBit to England as cBfablibliing a bad precedent, but referred in terms of approval to the proposal of tho Canadian Government to cstsibiish a resident Minister in London, so as to obviate any necessity for the absence of their Co...
The Vice-Regal Speech. (Queensland P[?]nech.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
"i! ?? IbeVieti^eCTl^piiecK. ,.jv i-I JIT .f " fj»iiiittiinr*lU iftbet on the6th irielanl. Punch ma astounded when Totfir brought: hlm'tlie following as the inaiigumreiwech \-r ilonmabM. gentlemen *f Sie Legislative Council, and .-ordinary gentlemen of the Legislative. Assembly,- , ?? nM AjtjayGovernor, theSpBe-iil am about tD/lnake iV'b* jromknoiir, loot ojr on, but the speech of Uy-eclriBer*. .'' i- I It Utiwnil to«ay that your presence is! weloans.lJSfytadrisers, with a stem regard ,|»«;4n»tb,«ijr,*faey. min not: glad to meet yon,*«A)C5be,iiotfcowBoan^p6u ehat op the talking shop* v. A S , i>tjj&lt;UMiet»ibiiUeve that Queensland te &lt;jnir*»firto admiiitrti&tion, not legislation, r.'! Aaridff tbe lastfaine mouths their admlnis tratipftiJbM.*een Ian unqualified, success, psiness rftheioratry F tnona than twoofithe their WJf»l SfcS*P9#ed in a similar ; ; i5R»#cEnl4li department has been in jmfoj jweq. with ftflue .regard for .political tKb amiointinentB;...
Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
Sydney. [FBOM OUB OWN CORHEBPONDENT.] July 5. Br. Farrant has been elected for Kiama by a large majority. The Hon. Bourne Russell, M.L.C., father of the Government Astronomer, died yester day. " NOT that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Home wore/1 So said the noble Brutus, and it is what Thompson, the ca-binet-makor, practically saya every day. He fights, not against men, but principles, and calls upon all who appreciate, a pood article at a fair value tosupport him. Furniture Warehouse, next Mr. Aland's, Palmerin-etreet.-[ADVT.] TUB STANTUOSPE MUBDEB.-It has been ascertained that the murder of subcontrac tor O'Neill by Peter Felix took place within the border of New South Wales, at a point a mile away from the Stanthorpc railway. In consequence of this, Felix, who was inch&rgc of the Queensland police, iB to bo at once re* m&nded to Tcnterfield, where lie will be handed over to the New South Wales authori ties. The evidooce taken before the Bunch of magistrate...
The Late Fire in Warwick. MAGISTRIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
The Late Fire in Warwick HAartTftldAL ENQUIRY. THE onquiry adjourned from Monday Jnnt into the circumstances connected with (ho late fire at Mr. Hugh Giblett's store, ivns resumed at the Court House yesterday Lefme Ur. G. IJ. M. Murray, Police Magistrate. The first witness was Constable M. Collinf, who stated that he was on duty on the morn ing of June 80th, and observed the fire about 9'30 on that 'morning in Mr. Giblett's back premises. Hfl aroused the police, und on getting to the fire he found Mrs, Quintan's groom, Mr. Giblett's boy, and two others , present; upon enquiry he could get no parti culars as to the onmn, and had no suspicions .-as to. its oause ; hod passed the building previously at 2-30, and there were no signB of fire then.. , Hugh Glblett stated that lie was too ill to .£0 to the fire, and he had nottlio slightest idea of the .cause of it, or how it originate^. Tho store contained matches and kerosine, but no explosives j the building was used for no other putjoa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
.'J f®» fiMwcriton and AdvcMlMrs. f\UR A000TOT8 for the Quarter end '? Mw ?? 4dj Jim«80th.*re now being At lirered, «nd we would thank our friend* . lor «n early »ettl«inent of the same. ABTHUB MORGAN. . NOTICE ,10 CORRESPONDENTS. Ttrm Ar.T/iHt PLOTTOHraa M&tou (" Looker on")-Ton hate neglected to send your name, and therefore *wo muat decline publishing mot Utter* iTiT.T.mmtr Fathth Tour letter will ap pear on Saturday.
Turkey Preparing to resist the Powers. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
Turkey Preparing to resist the Powers. LONDON, July 8. The Turkish Government persists in the de termination not to recognise the decisions of the Berlin Conference in regard to the cession of territory to] Greece, "and bos openly an nounced its intention of resisting by force the measures which it IB proposed to adopt in order to carry out those decisions. With this object orders have been given by the Porte to mobilise a complete army corps, and military preparations are being actively carried on.
The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK TUESDAY, JULY 6,1880. The Opening of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
TWICE A WEEK.] WABWICKi TUESDAY, JULY 0,1880. The Opening of Parliament. . PABIAUUHT opens to-day, and wo cannot recal the occasion when BO much anxiety was manifested on the part of the public to know the next moTemente on the Ministerial chess board. And this is nothing but what should bo expected under the circumstanccs, for it must be confessed that the present Ministry have lost the confidence of the country. We make this confession Tory unwillingly) for we adhered to tho present Ministry month after month when they were most mercilessly as sailed by some journals, to the disgUBt and displeasure of many of our consti tuents, But we] accorded thorn sup port from a conscientious conviction that the present Ministry collectively were an honest lot, and that ono gen tlemen in particular was more honest than lago. Excepting 0110 solitary minister, wo have a close acquaintance with most of the members of the present Ministry. Tlioir antecedents aro good, both for status and sound hon...
The Australian Cricketers. LONDON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
The Australian Cricketers. London, July 2. The inatchoft.hc Australian Elevennjjainst. the Newcastle Eighteen was resumed to-day. Murdoch was again in splendid forui. and np pcaredtohave completely collared the bowling of his opponents and he succeeded in scoring 117 before being finally given out leg-before wicket. The Australians closed their first innings for 222, against 116 by the home team. Losdon* July 3. In their second innings the eighteen made 1 a better show than in their first attempt, their .oore running up 202 before being disposed of. The Australians in their second inninitspnt together 68, with the loss of four wickete, up to the close of the day, when, having six wickete to fall and 88 runs to get, the match was drawn in favor of the Australians.
The Capture of the Kellys. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
The Capture of the Kellys. No event in the history if the Austra lian colonies bag ever a> oused so much excitement as the capture and partial destruction of the most determined gang of ruffians that ever outraged law. The particulars of their past career, their robberies and deliberate murders, must be well known to most of our readers, to need the briefest recital of them now. Nor is it necessary to recapitulate the circumstances sur rounding their capture, except on one or two points presently. But it must provo a Bourco of iinmonso relief to the people in certain parts of Victoria and Now South Wales, to foci that at last this most desperate and venturesome gang of bushrangers liave received their quiclut. Thero is very little room, howover, wherein to compliment the Vicloritui police, for they have been 011 the watch for the outlaws during many a weary month, but they appear to have been a very carc/ul body of wen, never apparently following the scoun drels into their liannt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 6 July 1880
ADVICE to MOTHERS !-Are you bi oken in you rut by a dole child suffering with the pain of cut ting teeth ? Go nt onoe to A chemist and get n bottle of Mbs. Winblow'b SOOTHING STOOP. It will relieve tho poor sufferer immediately. It ia 1 perfectly harmloas aud pleasant to taste, it nro daoos natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child rom pftin, ana the littlo cherub awaken "as bright u a button.". It soothes the child nml softens the guma, allays nil pain, relieves wind, rogulatea the bowels, and ia tho boat known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether roiling from toothing or other oauaea. Mrs. WUialvw's Soothing Syrup ia aold by Medicine ' .dealers everywhere «t la 14 per bottle. Manu matured at 493 Oxford Street, London. Valuabi>b DISCOVERY FOB THE HAIR.--If you hairia turning grev or white, or falling off, use " The Mexican Hidr Renewer," for it will poti " tvetf rciCoKwt every COM Orey or While Hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagree able amell of moa...