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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

FAOTRBOY WOOL FLIMTEI.' iftwMt Mum, nM* ikuku * Of* woal ? Hwltr hr JlM. wUMUrf «ha Mtowing fH4Mm«l4h>(iriM4rMUMd bf 4fa*Cu.> :Sm§ Pof jjkwvtim May Mm.; Sate 17 . . j 1 wntsta at 1*. at ttU price* , _ ... .*6*68*411'* Glen ll«tu ?ijf Uttla.0M*«at terf; Mat l». .1 U a*b. 4d-i 19gM«*tU.Stf>j P WiiM Mia. e*U«R| * brfliai at IfkfcStWfedaor OuUe, 8 at .1*.1«. I f UWWLrffr la. 7*di; 7Xlt Bid.,# ' "atli tiii 11 riMM at 1*. M|lt tW*MtaUOIAiitofa4t lUi 14 r*t l1H,,- e*tl5d,' at MtS ittW.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

WANTED * SMART BOY to drive'a] SPRING OtXt and make himself I . gtaenlly QBftfol. ? Apply to H; B. L* T. . HmuvFitfroy'itrMt. . 745 XjSTAJSTED a Good General SERVANT. TV Apply to Ma». 3kfi. Morqim, Acacia House, NO. 4 Victoria-street. 740 WANTED to PURCHASE BOTTLED HONEY, in any quantity, (or CASH, F. CbocXShanx, FiUroy-ntreet. 748 ShMiiag *a& Washing. SHEARING Commenoee at GLENLYON on the 16th September j WASHING on the Uth. 747 Cooittisiioner (or Hallways' Office, Brisbane, SSrd August, 1679. HOTZOS A SPECIAL TRAIN (or ewmram of PuMKBKon aad Exhibits to the TOO' WOOMBA SHOW Will be ran 00 the lit proximo: wtii( Warwick at 8.BO p.m., and arriTlcE in Toowoomb» at 1"25 pm, A. O. HERBERT, 744 Commiuioner for Railwaya. To r«mw»aad Gmtito* WOOL PACKS and CHAFF BALES ON SALE. Apply J. H. Dttniar, Albert .treet PIGS. TTWE SALE, about *0 Head ot PIGS. to J? arrive by Train on Tueeday (THIS DAY), the «flth tot. Apply to ?48 8. NUNN. . To Bootmakers. Wanted* TivwOood thadrbMn, to Bak...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

MAGISTERIAL Ktf<jt?pY. A-iUmmnut enquiry vs4 lie}I at Ik* Police Offioe on Dhumfey nfantoii last. tlat iitet, baton a, P. M. Itonu, Esq., P.M., touching the death at tlia Utd Andrew 8. Ba.ird, whose body vh found floating in the Ccradauline the day previous. The following evidence Waa taken i Cgnatsble WiJUas) Awhtsd deponed, Tes t«d»y *ftarnpod about 8 o'clock t saw the daifl Itody oEa task'floating iir the Cenda* mine; it was caught by a silag j Constable Cdlllna waa with tile at the timfe ;" 1 njoog<' niaed the body as that of the late Mr. A. 8. Baird who had been missing for some time poet; I got the body oilt of the water, out searched the clothes of the deceased | I fount » 8a. pleoe, a 9d. bit, t penoe ill coppers, S figs of tobaooo, a pocket handkerchief and a paper with reference to insurance ; the body was examined by Pr. Margettg | I remajne< in charge of the body unfa it was coffined last night; the spot at which I found the toy waa about...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 26 August 1879

OOMJ^EROIAL HOTEL, t'osjtw ot> IVuwh ^^.Vipixjjj^gj^Bfers, MBS; E. BVEN3MBN, Proprietress, BOOKltfoOffice' for Oobb * Oo.'eTele graph Line of Royal Mail Coaches* j .ar A Commoflious^Bftth Room t>n the pra&»et/ TBS ?? .> ' ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Oinerof Fitrtpy'anAPalmerin Street*, f'^ Anamab ? >.. .>. J. W. QUINN, Proprietor. TpiSBT GLASS ACCOMODATION, jyT. r xfit of the Best QuWSty, M A Godd Sniiplj of HAY apdCORN alwaws *nliand. '. :, ; ' aecare Paddock for Hone* cloae to lob town. .. ! ' SCott Centrally Situated Hotel <n Warwick." J THE COSMOPOLITAN, . PALHEiaN.BTRBaT. ' ',1 "WM. MOBG-AN j T>EG8 to inform his friend* and the publlo AJ generally (hat lie has taken the abort well known Hotel, where Families and Oom ' ""J®'*'_Gef tltynpn will find every con venienoe, , and will, meet with'civility and attention. AccbrntnOdatioh broyided forVUib nlk Private Booma for Familita. tHvaW Roomi for AnOlifa! COMMERCIAL SAMPLE, BILLIAED, * , !;lBATH ROOMS....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CONVICTION OF A "WONDER FUL FASCINATOR." [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

'CONVICTION OP A "WONDER. I l'U), FASCINATOlt." AT Soutliwurk Police Court, London, Thomas Henry, alias JenuingB, described us a photographer, living at 42, Cooper's l oad, Old Kent-road, wus charged, on re imiuil, with obtaining Bums of money from a large number of persons on ! pretence of telling their fortunes." Mr. Montagu Williams defended the prisoner. It ap|x>aied from the statement of In spector Fox that nn advertisement, of which the following is a copy, appeared in a waekly publication in April lost: " lni|)orttint. Any unmarried perons sending their description, including date of birth and eighteen stamps, will receive in return a beautiful artistic likeness of their future husband or wife, also my wonderful fascinator and love secret, carefully sealed.-Adress, T. Henry, 42, Cooprr's-road, Old Kent-road." In con sequence of that, the Commissioners of Police had received hundreds of letters complaining of tho fraud practiced ou the writers, and "he result was the appreh...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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A NEW AUSTRALIAN TRADER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

A NEW AUSTRALIAN TRADER. 1 I The other day Messrs. John Elder and Co. launched from tlieir shipbuilding-yard at 1 airfield ono of tho largest ntciimcra ®ver built on the Clyde, nnd cortuinly the gieatoBt acquisition to tlie Orient Steam Navigation Company, trading between London <md Ausuaiin. Tlio ceremony of naming the vessel wna per formed by Lady (Jortri.de Boyle, daughter of the liarl of Glasgow. The ship benns the name of the company for whom she has been constructed, viz., tho Orient Steam .Navigation Company (Limited), is -intended to augment tho fleet trading between this country and .Australia, nnd will be commanded by Captain HowiBon, the company's Commodore. The Orient will maku tho seventh largo steamer ut the Borvice of the line, the uuinas of the other six being the Lvsiiania, Cuzco, Ghvmharaxo, Garonne, Aconcagua, and John Elder. Ifer dimensions nre: Length, 400 feet; breadth, 4G feet C I inches; depth, 37 feet 8 inches; displ ncc menfc at load draught, 9,5...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MARYBOROUGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT.] August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. i MARYBOROUGH. [fEOH OCB OWN COBBBSPOHDIMT.] August £9. Very heavy rains have fallen in tho Mary borough and Bundaberg districts; 9 inches having been registered in thirty hours. At Maryborough, the Lady Bowen, stea mer, was obliged to go down the river to avoid detention. She left thirty tons of Yen gario sugar and other valuable cargo on the wharf, tuo whole of which was submerged soon after. Ahurricane passed over tho town on Wed nesday night.

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WARWICK POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

| WARWICK POLICE COURT. I THURSDAY, Auou^jR. ? y (Before the Police MagutraU.) INDECENT ASSAULT.-John CoJem(Jjg.chajgqd with this offence, was broughjj-pi^ore tile Bench on remand from Monday, the 26tl& inst. Prisoner waa defended by Mr. O'Sul livan ; Sub-Inspector Judge conducted the prosecution, and called-Honorah Ke&ne. who being sworn, stated; I am the wife of Matthew Eeane and reside at the Big Tun nel, Stanthorpe railway extension; I have a daughter named Catherine; she will be six years of age onthfe 1st November . I remem ber the 16th of this month; her father sent her on that evening to John Coleman's store near where we live; that is the prisoner's store; the child was sent for goods; I know the.prisoner; it was bstwwn 8 audfl oVtoO in the evening when the child was sent, to, the store; I went outside my tent .toLitbe fire, and stood there a few minutes, expect ing the child back; I could see no light at the store, and went within a few yards of tie prisone...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OffN CORRESPONDENT.] August 29. The boat race for the Championship of the world, botween Laycock and Trickett, which was rowed to-day on the Parramatta, was won by the latter. The following are the acceptances for tbo forthcoming Derby: Gipay Cooper, Gains boro', Nellie, Falmouth, Adventurer, His Grace, Cheeborfiuld, and Weetbury. Later. The boat race to-day created intense en thusiasm. Tho weather was favorablo. 6 to 2 was the odds on the champion. A good start wis effected, both men keeping on very even terms for the first 200 yards, Laycock if anything having a slight advantage. Trie kott, howevor, soon showed in front, and led by half a length for the first half milo. The first mile was accomplished in G mins. G sees., Trickctt now having a clear lead of a length, and showing the best judgment and style; he also avoided tho flooa tide and slight wind better than his opponent. The second mile waf accomplished at 10 mins., Trickctt lead ing by three lengths. From...

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RAILWAY MEETING AT UPPER SWAN CREEK [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

RAILWAY MEETING AT 8$KrA¥..C*£:EK. T OTHER | ." ^ i * £FBOH OUB <rwir ?OBU8TOXDSNT THI advertisement calling a meeting ofthe_ farluors and settlers of Swan. Emu, uu Storm Crooks, and Killarnoy, far Saturday evening | last, in the Upp«r Swan Creek State School was, notwithstanding the unfavorable state of the weather, most heartily responded to. Every incli of sitting room was occupied, and a good number had to stand throughout the proceedings, John AfllegV, Esq., J.F., of Gleunoro Was voted to tlje chair. The CHAIRMAN, in opening the proceedings, stated briefly, yet clearly, the object for which the meeting had been convened, and concluded by calling upon Mr. T. J. Byan to move the first resolution. Mr. RYAN said be had boen entrusted with the first resolution, which was as follows: -" That in tho opinion of this meeting the time has come when the requirements of the Agricultural districts of Swan, Emu, and Farm Cucks, and Killarney, imperatively demand nproved facilities...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

THE WEATHER. THE almost continuous wet we&thar of the past- fortnight, which we learn from various sources has boon general throughout tho coast districts of the colony, caused heavy floods in the Warwick district as elsewhere. The heavy and continuous downpour of Tuesday night and Wednesday caused the Condamine to commence to rise on the evening of the latter day, but not with such rapidity as to .xcite anj alarm. At daylight on Thursday morning, the water was nearly level with the bonks, and still rising steadily. Th roughout the day it oontinued torise at the rate of a few inches an hour, and towards night fall began to break over the low-lying flats and create considerable alarm among the Chinese gardeners, whose habitations and gardens ornament its bonks, and who lost no time in transporting to places of safety their goods and chattels and as nmny heads of cabbage as they could rescue from the rising waters. Soon after nightfall, the tributary watets from Swan, Emu, and...

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THE LANCEFIELD ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

THE LANCEF1ELD ROBBERY. Tug following account of llie sticking tii> 'he Bonk at Lance field is given by the accountant, Mr. Arthur Morrison There are only two officials employod in the bank, Mr. Carlisle and myself. The bank was opened by me at 10 o'clock. When opening the bank I usually look Up and down the street to notice if there is anyone in the vicinity. I did bo this tnorning, bat saw no one. After I had opened the bank I returned inside of the counter. Mr. Carlisle was out iii the vnrd.atthe twct talking'to some men who were working there. I think it tnust bare been a quarter-paBt 10 o'clock Vrlion two men came into the bunk by the Front door. The first man who entered ?was a rathei tall man, about five feet hitie inches in height, and looked ataut SO years of age, and was not so well dressed as the mate. T think lie had been shaved lately. He wore a dark brown overcoat. The other man wnB much shorter, about five feet four or five J inches in height. I think he must lmve ...

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NEW CHUMS V. OLD HANDS. TO THE EDITOlt OF THE WARWICK [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

NEW CHUMS V. OLD HANDS. TO TIIB EDITOlt OF TUB WA&WlPK .4&0UB. DRAR Sin,-The gentleman who addressed you in tho bilious production which appeared. over tho heading of " Anti-Humbug*' an your last issue, evidently belongs to vthgt^elasfl of perflons who pride themselves on Cotfw Borvatiem, and who show an inclination to oppOBe every thing new as an innovation, and therefore not to be tolerated. According to your correspondent every new comer (or, to use his own language, cvory "new ohuui") is taken in hand and done brown m Warwick( to tho exclusion of residents of perhaps a scorc years' stau&mg. If this were the case a& a rulo, I would have nothing to say in reply to " Anti-Humbng;" that it -is not, yon' know as well as I can tcU you. That oc casional instances do occur of new comora being elevated to tho governorship of our public insh'tiftione is a fact, but it is not through any " new chum worship" trait in the character of the townspeople that this...

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FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. A FBIGHTFUL accident, resulting in the death of one man, named William John Bur ton! and injuries more or leBS serious to seven others, occurred at the Big Tunnel, on the Stanthorpe railway works, about hall-past 11 on Thursday morning. From particulars gleaned from trustworthy sources, we learn that deceased and the Beven injured men were at work on the bottom heading of the tunnel, Burton being engaged charging a shot. In the hole ho had first inserted a con siderable charge of dynamite, and an top of this was placing powder, a man named Mawby being engaged pouring in the powder, while deceased pressed it down with a copper bar. The powder was being taken from a 251b. keg Which was standing close by, and the Bhot was the third or fourth or a row, the others having beenalready charged. Burton was standing nearly erect over the hole, pressing home the powder, when, in conse quence it is believed of too greaf pressure be ing put upon the dynamite, the charge ex pl...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

B F COMMERCIAL HOTEL, £ohte& «» Vauoouk jun> Vioiobia sntms. MBS. E. EVENJDEN, Proprietress. OORIKO Office for Cobb * Co.'s Tele- i graph Line ot Royal Mail Coaches. W A Commodious Bath Boom on the premises. THE ' I ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, , Coiner of Fitzroy and Palmeiin Streets, Wabwiok. | J. W. QUINN, Proprietor. : IBST CLASS ACCOMODATION. Liqn* on of the Best Quality. A Good 8npply of HAY and CORN always <-)) liand. 4V A secure Paddock for Horses close to the town. * If 011 Centrally Situated EtW m ITmtldi." THE COSMOPOLITAN, i PALXBK1N-ST&EET. | WM. MORGAN j BEGS to Inform his friends and the puMio generally that he has taken tht above well knows Hotel, where Families and Com-1 Denial Gentlemen will tind every oopvenienoe, | end will meat with oivility and attention. Every Accommodation provided for Visitors, i with Private Booms for Families. COMMERCIAL SAMPLE, BILLIARD, & BATH BOOMS. 1 A oonveyanoo Ui attendance on the trains. CS THE ROYAL ...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, AUG, 30, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

©Ite Wawtrirfe JUfltts. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK. SATUBDAY. AUG. 30, 1870. THE tactics of the Opposition as. dis played in the Legislative Assembly last week wore, we think, paltry, and WO hope that obstruction may not agAin be resorted to without, at all events, fcMnfelclear and definite object. As a general rule, of course, the majority in Parliament is entitled to govern, if it does wrong the blamo rests with tlio people who eleoted it; although wo do not say that under any circumstances . it is injustifiable to resort to obstruc tion, yet it is evident that it can only .be on rare occasions, and for the attain ment of a great object, that it is allow able.' Mow we cannot find that any such reason existed for the struggle of Joist week; indeed it is not perfectly clear that any serious reason was even alleged by the Oppositionists. <3ta|^feduesday, jrhen {he fight be gin, we were told that it was brought on by the aotion of the ?Government in Sircing a divisio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

Important Notice TO THE INHABITANTS OF ALLORA, srKING CUKE1C, TALGAI, GOOM UUJMtA, and GLISNti ALLAN. KENNEDY BROS., HA VINO determined to Take Stock, will, {or SIX WEEKS, offer the whole o their Stoak of DRAPERY, BOOTS & SHOES, Fancy Goods, Earthen . ware, ironmoitgeby, &o ' AT GREATLY BEDUGED FBIOES 1 I e For particulars acs band bills. The Stock must be Reduced j For varioQB reasons. Having enlarged one ol oar Stores, we BhaU shortly be in a position to ( display it to better Advantage. And From this forward we purpose .to Sell at Prices and Terms | As Low and Seasonable m any other Establishment on the Downs who ^ PAY CASEL At the request of oar Customers And others wo have added to Our Business that of Wiae aa& Spirit .ICenhaftts, Having purchased & Large Stock of BEST I BltANDS, all of whioh will be sold at LOWEST POSSIBLE PMCES. F.8.-Having oloied our place of business in Leyburn, all ACCOUNTS not settled before j tbo 30th Jnw will be handed ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

SPECIALITIES AT S. NUNN'S. THIS DAY! *1Z"ID GLOVES (dark colors) Is. 6d. per pair Eld Gloves (black), stitched backs, 3s. per pair Iiadie'a Falls (block and white), 8d. and 6d. each, worth 2s. 6d. Black Cross Grain Silk, 3s. 6d.; Brisbane price, 6s. Sun Shades (twilled silk), 6s. 9d.; would be considered cheap at 8b. Children's Leather Boots, 2s. 6d.; elastic guaranteed sound Prints, 4£d. per Yard (fast colours) Ladies' Linen Collars, in bundles of 6 for Is. Ladies' Linen Cuffs, 3 pairs for Is. .- ? » "? .»- ? Also, ex "Aberlemno," ship, from London: Navy Prints, Galatea Stripes, Self-colored Cambrics, Sun Bonnets, Boy's Tweeds, Ac., Ac. s. nsrxnisnsr, Fitnoy-streot, Warwick. SPECIALITIES IN GROCERIES ! Sugar, from 2 id. Sperms, fall weight, 9d. Sardines, small, 6d. Pepper, black, 9d. Oatmeal, per bag, 2s. 3d. Bice, Japan dressed, 4d. Matches, <250) per doien, Is. 6d Matches, (plaids) per gross, 6g. 6d., or 6d. per dosen. Tobacco-The Celebrated Blaclc Swan Twist fin lOlbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

to OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND THE PUBLIC. THE WARWICK ARGUS ' |*S Now Fabliabed TWICE A WEEK .uj. evorr TUESDAY nnd 8ATUBDAY. '-.-^The team of Subscription arc fis. per quar ter, or JBl jgDr ySM. SubscribeT may begin ARTHUR MORGAN. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. -JEREMIAH ALLMAN.--Your letter is in type   it will appear in Tuesday's issue. fANTEft 4>EMAIE 8EBVANT as COOK and LA0JIDRES8.-Apply to WiLKiifa.' " 768 to PUfiCHASE BOTTLED HONkilfyln any quantity, for CASH. F. Cbuckshane, Ktiroy.btreot. 748 1 Shearing and Washing. SHEABING Commences at (JLENLYON on the 16th September ; WASHING on the 11th. 14/1 Hoaceop&tfclo Uedioines. 'Wf E have ajpqintpd Mr. J. W. TAYLOR II of Abbotsford, Lower Swan CreeJ*' Reserve, AGENT for our Medioines. Mr. Tavj-ob will be able to advise as to their ate. dKEN^V LEAKE & CO. >'-J i *' ' ? ' -- To Brahmen an! Others. WANTED tenders for burning off ths . wood from ICO ACBES of LAD D on Lord John Swamp. Tenders to be sent in to the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 August 1879

MARRIAGE. SPREADBOROUGH-GRAYSON.--At the resi- dence of the bride's parents, Rosenthal Creek, on the 27th inst., by the Rev. E. C. Osborn, Richard, seventh son of the late William Spreadborough, to Rachel, se- cond daughter of John Grayson, Bosenthal Creek, and sister to Francis Grayson, of this town.

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