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Warwick Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Warwick Land Court. THE usual monthly Land Court wae held before Sir. Commissioner Hume on Thursday last, when tho following applications wore disposed of: CONDITIONALS. W. Cunningham, 100 acres, Etna Creek. Aocepted W. Mitchell, 320 acres, Rosenthal-Post poned HOMESTEADS. W. Hughes, 80 acres, Goomburra.-Postponed Fred. Weiler, 80 acres, Talgai.-Accepted Julian Fewtrell, G3J acres, Gladfield.-^Ac cepted Daniel Christensen, 80 acres, Swan Creek. Accepted Hobort Hundley, 80 acres, Killarney.-Ac cepted John A. Banks, 80 acres, Goomburra.-Post poned George Keogh, 80 acres, Lucky Valley.-Ac cepted George Powell, 50 acres, Euiu Vale.-Accepted James FJetcher,8U acres Killarney.-Accepted Geo. F. Fletcher, 80 acreB, Killarney. -Ac cepted The following applications for certificates wero conditionally granted, subject to the Bailiff's report: JOB. J. Kingsford, 252 acres, Rosenthal. Conditional Richard Wood, 76 acres, Bobinson.-Condi tional Peter Nelson, 150 ncrcB, Bobinson.-Home stead Paul T....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Toowoomba. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Toowoomba. (FROM OCB OWN COBIiESrONDENT') Fori the pist month oi* ro, we have been positively deluded with amusements down this Way. They are actually coming three deep, and the various uiusic-balls arc taxed to the utmost to find room Tot the pleasure sMmrs. What with the Cunuxlinisand Bald win, and Mxittid Tuylor, and " Juey dougen huitu," and Father Chiniquy, we have had enough to last ua a 6iuull lifetime. But about the best treat of all was experienced last night, when Mr. Dillon and Miss Pender, supported by a strong comp.my, introduced what is called the " Legitimate Drama" to the notice of the Toowoomha play-goers. A sparkling little comedy called " Pygmalion and Galatoa," founded on a famous classical story, was first put on the hoards, after which came Shakespeare's glorious play of 44 Tin* Taming of the Shrew." It went oft famously. Mr. Dillon appeared to advantage as Setraehio, and Miss Pender made a charming Kate, while the gentleman of Padua secured an able representat...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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THE AFGHAN REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

THE AFGHAN EE VOLT. London, September 15.-The Daily Tele graph of this morning, publishes a telegram stating- that the complicity of the Ameer in the inaesaore of Major Campari and party is now clearly established. The same paper states that a large army is covering utbul, and that all communication has been out off by the robols. This newB, however, is with out official confirmation. London, September III.-The Timtu, to-day, publishes a telegram from a correspondent at Candahar, announc ing the receipt of information that the Ameer liiw summoned all the troops from Herat and the province of Balkh, and the whole of the numerous and powerful tribee of the Ghilcais* to Caljul for a jehad, or religious war. It is not known whether the tribes will respond. Bombay, September 17.-Another letter from Yukoob Khan, received by the Viceroy through General Boberts, reiterates his former protestations of friendship towards the Brit ish. Ho again expresses deep and heartfelt distress at the mass...

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Late English and Foreign News. [BY CABLEGRAM.] CAPTURE OF THE ZULU KING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Late English and Foreign Hews. [BY CLBLKORIM.] CAPTURE OP THE ZULU KING. The steamer Botatuahaaa brings news from the Cape to September 2. Cetewayo has been, captured. Few particulars of tine occurrence had reached Gape Town at the time the Rteiuncr loft; but the fact that the Zulu Kin# ifi a prisoner is undoubted Two parties of British ti-oope wore in pursuit of him when Lord Gifford was informed by a captured Zulu, that the king wan at his kraal in the Gnome forest on the Black Unvoloei river, where1, with a few followers, he was lying prostrate, unable either to walk or ride. Lord Gifford intended to capture him at nightfall, but Major Martin, with a party of dragoons, approached the kraal from a dif ferent poiut, end the king, finding himself powerless to resist* surrendered with twenty three of his followers witboat a shot or hurl* ing an assegai. Cetewayo was brought into the camp at XJlrnidi on Sunday, being con veyed in a cart. It is noted as somewhat of * coincidence that t...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, SEP, 27, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

iltc SWamuirit JU'ps. ([PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WAUWICiC, BA.TDEDAY, SEP. 27. 1870. THE Parliamentary Session of 1879 id now ended, and after all a good doal of York has been done. It is true, that whilst several months were almost wasted in unnecessary talk at the com mencement of the session, very impor tant measures were afterwards hurried through with little or 110 discussion; but some allowance must be made for the fact that this is the first session of a new Parliament, and that one half of the members of the Legislative As sembly 'Wets new to their work. As they acquire experience, they will no IWIUcUo _nf talking themselves into a state of exhaustion before the most important work of the session has come before them, and will learn the necessity of deferring rather more to the opinions of their loaders, and riding their own particular indivi dual hobbies less than they havo done this session. Taking these facts into consideration-the ixexpekicnce of a majority of its member...

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CIVIL SITTINGS. DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

CIVIL SITTINGS. DEFENDED C2J3E8. 6. P. Cdtkoei V. MOOQAN AND Pom,ABD. -Commission, £112 8B. 9d.-Mr. Virgil Power, instructed by Mr. H. Boyle, appeared tor the plaintiff, and Mr. Henry Sogers Beor, instructed by Mr. M. O'Sullivan, for the defendants.-This case arose from a dispute to allow certain commission money, claimed by the defendants on transactions effected by them, as Commission Agents, on behalf of the plaintiff.-At the suggestion of Counsel the matter was allowed to be settled by arbitra tion, Mr. W. H. Hayos aoting for pluiutiff. and Mr. Julius Selke for defendants, His Honor appointing Mr. J. H. Dunlop as Judge's umpire. After some discussion, the first meeting was appointed to be held at the Commercial Hotel, yesterday morning (Fri day) at ten o'clock, tlio arbitrators to hear evidence, and have power to adjourn from time to time. ROBERT Mchoali, v. J. AND A. OVEBKND AND Co.-Work and labor done, £110.-Mr. Power, instructed by Mr. Nicholson, appeared for the plaintiff; a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

TUB Vienna correspondent of the Drily Tthgraph gives tlio following particulars re specting u Itua»nin transport which passed throughthoSue 2 Canal:-"This ve&scl lmd on board upwards of 000 prisoners-Nihilists : they arc going to Sitariti, to sown poifc uoi'tlt of Chinu. Tho Custom Houso ollicor who cauio on board us stud ho Lad seen them, and that * they looked liko wild beasts;'and no wonder-poor wretches! God only knows1 the justice or injustice of thin, una Hu will mnko inquisition Bomcdny. Impeihd Govern ment and tuartial law cau soon discover Nihilists, or anything else. This eight made all our hearts Had Tho figure head of the .ship was boautifully carved. It wus an nugul with a golden crown, and hold- , lug forth a crucilixl What a burleequo on tho religion of Jesus of Nazareth!'' PAT CATTLE FROM THE THOMPSON RIVER. rjlUE Undersigned lias in his Lngrena Pud I JL dock*, on Bebo Hun, for Private .Sale, . ia Lola to suit purchasers, a Draft of 1 RKsitftifflccnt Fat Cutt...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] Austria and Germany. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [BEUTEB'S TsLKaa&us ] Austria and Germany. LONDON, September 23. THE English press, discussing the meeting of Counts Bismarck and Andmesy, expressed warm approval of the understanding botweon Austria and G01111 any, whicli they regard as a guarantee of the maintenance of peace in Europe, aud security against Russian ag gression.

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Southern District Court. THURSDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Southern District Court. TlIUBBDAT, 25TH SEi'TEMUBB. 1879. I TUB third sitting of Hid above Court for tho present year, way held on Thursday last, th<j 25th instant, before His Honor Judge Mr. Virgil Power attended us Crown Prose cutor ; Mr. Boor represented the liar. There ware only two criminal casus brought on for hearing, on one of which His Honor passed judgment; the other, on the application of Mr Power, was postponed to the next sitting of tho Court, for the production of material evidence. Tho remaining eases, enumerated in our last issue* were erased from thj calen dar, the Attorney-General not having filed bills. 110LBB BTBALINQ. H. B. Howell, alias B. Hardy, woa arraigned Vefore the court on u charge of larceny us a bailee* of a grey gelding* tho property of Messrs. J. and G. ConneU, of Warwick. Prisoner, who was undefended, pleaded not guilty. It appeared from the evidence of John Conneli, a member of the firm of J. and G. Cjnnell, horsedeolers and li very-sta...

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A SENSATIONAL SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

A SENSATIONAL SUICIDE. THE Eoliuca Bail way station (says the Riverina Herald), WAS tlio scene of a shooking catastrophe yesterday afternoon the victim being Mr. Samuel Wilson, nephew of the Hon. Sir Samuel Wilson, M. L. C., nod brother of Mr. A. Wilson, the proprietor of Coree station, Riverina. The dooeasnd gentleman, who was 31 voara of age, and unmarried, had been up at Gorco station on a visit to his brother for some two or three weeks. On Saturday last it was noticed his de meanour was rather peculiar, and it gradually forced itself upon tho minds of hiB friends that he was suffering from aberration of intellect. This became still more npparont every day, and it was finally resolved to take the unfortu nate gentleman to Melbourne for medi cal treatment, With this object in viow a start was mado from the station, and Deniliquin was reached on Thursday. Yesterday morning, the deceased in charge of Mr. Alexander Wilson, and Mr. Bignell, of of the lloyal Hotel, Deni liquin, left t...

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A Russian Defeat. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

A Russian Defeat. LONDON, September 23. Authentic intelligence has ltoen received to the effect that the ltussinn troops have been defeated in an engagement with thu Tekke Turcomans. The Russians, whose hilled numbered 700, havo fallen back since the engagement.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subject of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] The Member for Warwick in Ex(spleen)ation. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. [Tht Editor tciN not he responsible for any opinions or viewt aepra*c<l by corre$pon cUnia, and wiU altoayf reject personal com* munuaftoru tiniest on tuhjeclt of public importance, and guaranteed by the $igna* t\ire of the author.] The Member for Warwick in Ex (spleen)&tion, TO THE KDITOB OF THE WARWICK A ROUS. SIB,-The letter of Mr. Jacob Horwitz which appeared in lost Wednesday's issue of your local contemporary must have elicited feelings of pain and contempt in the mind of every right-thinking person. That the member for Warwick should en deavor to defend bis public actions is per fectly legitimate, but that in doing so lie should throw out mean inuendos against our late respected member, who is now cold in liis grave, not only shocks every sense of decency, l>ut shows a vindictive spirit in the mind that conceived them. There is little necessity for me to defend, against unmanly, attacks the character of the la to Mr. James Morgan. _ His v...

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GREAT FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE AT DUNEDIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

UREAT F1HE AND LOSS OF LIFE AT DUNEtHN. Tliu Melbourne Argun of September O gives the following particulars uf iliu' fire which occurred ut Duuudin on Sep- | tembur 7 :- ] DUNEDIN, Monday. At hulf-pabt 2 o'clock this morning I what proved to l>c the most disastrous l flro which has ever occurred in Dunedin { brokoout in a block of buildings situated in that part of the city known us the Octagon. The premises consisted of Water's Cafe nnd adjoining houses, one of whioh was occupied by Sirs. Wilson, wife of the editor of tlio Olugo Witness. All the houses forming tlio block wen densely peopled, tlio cafo having no lees limn thirty boardeiK in the house, and it is computed tbnt there were fifty persons sleeping in the block. When the alarm wns first raised the fire had gained a good hold of the lower portion of the cafe pre tsises, and the peoplo in tlio upper stories rushed in n state of the wildest alarm to | the windows, and several, in their despair, i jumped out into thestieeta...

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The Afghan Revolt. BOMBAY, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

The Afghan Revolt. Bombay, September 25. A convoy on the march for Khusi was at tacked by the oncmy near Alakheyl.

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Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH. (Before tbo Polico Magistrate.) HORSESTEALING.-Ah MOW, alias Ah WOOd, under remand from this Court for the abovo offence, was discharged, and immediately afterwards re-arrested by Sergeant Walsh, under a fresh warrant from Stauthorpe. After hearing tho Sergeant's evidence, prov* intj the arrest, nnd the identity of the horse, the Bench, on tho application of the Police, remanded the prisoner to Stanthorpe, where the owner of tno horse and witnesses reside.

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MAJOR CAVAGNARI. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

MAJOR CAVAGNAltl. Mu. F. Vili.ikes, llie Grajihic artist, Who went through the Afghan nnr, has kindly supplied us (Melbourne Argus) With tho following information respect ing Major Pierre Louis Napoleon Oav.iL'iiari, C.S.I., tbo British envoy at CbltuT, and l other officers who, it is fearedt have met with their deaths in the mutiny. He says "Major Cavagnari ia of Corsican origin. Hie grandfather was private secretary to Napoleon I.; his grand mother was a Frenchwoman. His father, General Adolpho Cay .gnari, served in the French army, and became secretary to Prince Lucien Bonaparto. Hie mother, however, wan an Irish lady, the daughter of Mr. Hugh Lymes Montgomery, of Belhavel, county Leitrim, and bis education has been almost entirely English, as he passed his early days in Christ's Hospital, and subsequently became one of the East . India Company's direct cadets. A man of powerful energy, great geniality, and personal courage, young Cavagnari speedily rose to distinction as ono of ...

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[?]DNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

OTTflfEY. £FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 26. The attendance at the Exhibition, which continues to increase, is expected to be very large to-morrow, when the shilling entry commences. The Friendly Sociotiea of New South Wales have resolved to hold a monster de monstration on Prince of Wales Birthday. Advicjs from Foochosr report as improre ment in the tea market. At the Wagga Wagga IUCOB to-day, the Handicap was won by Baroness, Gipsy Cooper being second, and Quilp third; the Prince of Wales' Stakes was won by Uruui Major; and the Town Plate by Swiveller, with Dclladrum second, and Pontiff third.

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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Shipping Iutalligense. lurOKTfl. Ex Girv&i), ship, from London; 0 eases ladies' and children's atniw hat«, Buaaull Wilkin's, ToleglAph Stores, Wurwick.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

NOTICE OF BKHOVAL. rpn "WARWICK ABOtJS" U now printed A iuid pablUlioa In those new oommDdloui premlan In PAlmerUMtreat, directly op PMltt the Town Hall, whore all orders nl communication! cu*e rewieited to be .cnt In mure, ABTHUR KOftQAN. Beptember 87,1(78. Two hundred pattonu of New Prints and Dress Materials to choose from at the Tele graph Stores.-[ASTT.] IT will be seen by advertisement tbat a Court for tbe registration of names of those entitled to vote will bo held nt Warwick on tbe 7th of October proximo. Those of our readers entitled to have their names inserted on tbe roll are reminded that the lists are not now collected as formerly. A person wishing his name inserted on any roll must either send a written notice to the Clerk of Petty Sessions or attond the Court in person. I THE business transacted at the Police Court I since our lost report lias been of a trivial nature. On Tuesday, before G. P. M. Murray Esq.. P. M., Patrick Sheehan, charged with drunkenoBs, was cautio...

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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

Commercial. A Rous Office* Friday "Evening. | Tine produce businoss, einco our lost weekly report, lues not shown any sign of improve ment, the supply in roost itoms being greater than the demand. Horso food of all dea criptions is hard to move, and tho abundance of jyrnss in the neighborhood and the f;iet nppi'Oiiching hay barrost, will not give an up ward tendency to auotatfo&s, for some little time. Dairy proauee id, with the ex ception of eggs, plentiful, and pricos remain atmost as last quoted. We have been supplied by tho trodo, with following F. r net*' i rice* :-Mai <e, per bushel, 2j. ; oats, per busnol, 5s,; chaff, Lucerne, per ton, jB35B. ; oho£f, mixed, per ton, £3 10s.; chaff, oaten, per ton, 10a. to £5; bay, lucerne, per ton, pressed, £3; lucorno, per ton, loose, X2 lOe.; Oiteu, per ton, preRHad, £i to C4 10s. i potatoes, per ton, £0 ; onions, pert»D, JC15 to JC1G; butter, per lb. lid.; luaon, per lb. Gd. to 7d.j eggs, per doeen, 7d, scarce.

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