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

GRAND CONCERT is *Jt> or nm |pfcsl»^qriai« ($ait$c IJnil&iug ljuiiii, OS SKGStB&T EV&ilSTC, *9th SEPTEMBER, AT n« TOWN HALL, WARWICK. PROGRAMME : PART X. Ovebtl"B* (Pianoforte)-*' Qulllfliime Tell" Mrh. NIXUK & Mas. Hkkdehjbon. QUARTETTE-" Onward to Battle" .. .. COMPART 8<tt»-"Auld Robin Gray" .. Ilu, Marshal Soxa-"Doro bjr the Z)oei>8«i 80aH .. Ms. WOODCOCK CtiQEPB-" Hnnfaman" .. .. Oompakt Bono-*' Flowen of the Forwt" .. UA. DOKCAK Part8ono-° YfiShejiherd*tell tncM .. .. OOMPAKT Durr-"Olpfy" Mna, Manual*MR. Dukcak Buso (German)- MR.SKL.ek QrAJwrrr*-"BJue Bella of Scotland" .. COMPASV Interval or Ten Minutes. . ' past n. Don (Pianoforte)-'" Valtt Brilliante" MlBS EftUAROT ft MRS. NlXOM QPAfciEif M0 Nanny, wtlt thou gang wi' mo" ( .. ». .. .. ,, .. .. COMPACT BONO-"Oomebacktofirlb",. Heb. Majuuil Duct-4' The Arm? and Navy" Maun Dukcam & BAIRD BOKO-" Haa Sorrow thy young <Uya Shaded" .. .. MiuEdhibton Past Wed nay t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 27 September 1879

QUEENSLAND STEAM FLOUR MILLS. THE ABOVE MILLS ARE NOW AT FULL WORK. . 0 SUPERIOR FLOUR, BRAN, POLLARD, ETC., ALWAYS ON BAND. GRISTING AT CURRENT BATES. THE HIGHEST GASH PRICE GIVEN FOR WHEAT. ? o W. & C. HAYES, PROPRIETORS. 9S7 4;atholic <§ook gepot. MES.tLyNN, DUBLIN HOUSE, JJA8 Just Roceivcd a full Assortment of j WOOLXMX GOODS, . of all deaorii tians. DRESS AND FANCY QOOPS t LADIES! DEESREit, Kemdy-aiade and to Order. DRESSES «f Various Material ? for Children of all ages. Boby 1/lnon, Underclothing, Boots j and Shoes. LADIES' f AK8, Cheap, and in great variety. GOLD JEWELLERY, And a quantity of other Goods to be sold at J1ALF TUB VSUAX, PRICE. SILKS, SATHJS.LACES, RIBBONS. Wedding Outfits. | snrnrn, mm, tors, md met torn.j DRESSED DOLLS in Great Variety. j DUBHiMiovsB, PAIiMEBrK-OTBECT. 625 FITZEOY .AND ALBION STREETS, (Opposite the Queen's Hotel), WARWICK. HUGH GTBLETT, GROCER, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER, BEGS to inform his friends ato'd the public I gonemlly Ib...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Melbourne Larrikins. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Melbourne Larrikins. YESTERDAY afternoon (says Wednesday's Telegraph), between 4 and 6 o'clock,«ix young men sntored the Pelham Hotel, situate at the oornfcr of Pelbam end Ban; streets, Carlton, and demanded to be supplied with drink, bnt the landlady, who was at the time alono in the bar, seeing the'fellows veto tntokicatad, daclitied to serve them. The refusal appeals to have enraged the ruffians, a* they sprang' behind the oar counter, and took forcible possession of the premises, freely partaking of the liqnor faiths plan. The landlady, upon reaonstmting -with them, mi thrust asidei, and, upon bar again ordering the rpjtyqns to leave the premises, was struck upon thread with a bottle, which inflicted a somewhat severe soalp wound. The police were. Bant for, and after * seven etruggle, In which one of the offloers received an ugly cut rnMef the eye from a lemonade bottle, which wp» hurled at him by one of .the intruders, four of the men werq arretted, and being hanrtpnffert Fin* ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Mystery still Unexplained. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

? . The Mystery still Unexplained. Thk following is a full text of the motion (standing in Mr. Kea's name) which the Assembly on Thursday night lcfusiid to allow to be putt and expunged roin the paper " That this House is of opinion that the statement made by the honourable the Tresurer in this House on the 86th August last, to the effect that be does not now hold, qor has held tinoe January Inst, any interest In any pastoral land in South Australian terri tory, is at variance with the official record from South Australia received on said 2Bth August last, in the shapo of a properly authen ticated official inap, produced to this House Ijy one of the members for Kockhampton on said day " That Bald authenticated official amp pro duced on that occasion, shows that, so far from the honourable the treasurer having thrown up to forfeiture all lands previously held by tun) in South Australia, he still holds upwards of three (3) thousand square miles of tarritory in that colony, adjoining'o...

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

WANTED i b&rf: Girforii 'SfatV A NT. Apply to Hlk WID. Wnsos, Albion-' strert. i ? I . ? ? 882 Bank of: Kwrfoifth jWalw. NOT I'D*. rflHE Binkwill: oloee To-morrow (WKD 'M. NESDAY), OotoUr lit, for the nnl Hell. Yearly' Balance of ACCOUNTS. .. H.'O.CLEEVE, Uulwer. - Bank of New South Wale*, ' Warwick, Bkpt. 29, 187Bt MO HoiO# Education-lUpeci&llv prepared for Parent* abd. OUUren. A LECTURJE th* ibom SobJjtBVvAl.bftMvind al the ^ftnJikll, ... On 7SZSAT Vest, Ths M October,; iut.; by EDWAR& UAfim, £eqr "Tfcfe Lectorewiil be Itijnstra£ed PoeticnUy mid Mue|o»lly. the object ofthe Lecture being to j<»mtae Infraction with Amassment Ohalr will be takeq at 8 j^ra. , . Ata^raaioN-fcppt$aa$v(&.; Beak, U. ' ;j: ? V. I 881.. . I m Tjoj Lot for &;T<ra of Yc&rfl. TlSE Premj«« npwoooupied as the JLrgv Office: immediate poueuioa can b gften. 'Apply AitHDi' Mpapur, oq ttv fiwinilw',', " J ,' j 865 H. BL & ?i i - LT Bqiftora...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Russia in Central Asia. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Russia in Central Asia. Tax Moflcow correspondent of the Cnlagi Gaxatle saya that the ultimate object of the operation! in which Russia is now engaged in Central Ama is not merely to subjugate the ' Toklte-Turkomune, the warlike tribe inhabit ing the district between Khiva and the Persian frontier, whose depredations havo furnished Bussia with a good excuse for in vading their oountry ; but, first, to enable Bnsaia to establish herself firmly at Morv, and seoondly, to . place her ipaipoeltion to ' carry out the long-cherished scheme of divert ing the waters of the Amu-Darya hack again into the Casp&in. The tributaries of the I Cttbiil River, which ajfait) flowp into the Indus, ' and,' consequently, if the first-named river eonld be made to flow into the Caspian Sea, Bussia would be plased in possession of a direot water communication to the frontiers I of Afghanistan.'1 The Uaboijj, the old bed of die Amu, beginB close to Khiva, and stretches uninterruptedly to the Balchan B...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Diary of the kally Gang Besieging General. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Dla&'tfV th* KdlyGug lUriegtm , General. x*t freso <Htol dltff in «Udt>ln Tbi followlM; exoellent '* akitf' upon this dotafl at MM {SUM mm engaged looking (or tii* Kelly huhnumn U taken (ram the ftepU* Advyca&e (Qnlgn»), havfcg . been lylrfttt^teg^niwnal l&ipt^the»eMd#i>Iit«w"G»odoai," Be .w»t Ikmwt1|ltl*(H«Mbr af penon. »Hjrinspectingh - *? ? -J~ ? ? aZjjUmr MaMMta*- . ToripgU Q>aWi;j;tfaolC*iy*;batI imagine It wpjudwaa_aoiuething in this styles ? npatlla.m.| after break - ~i whole foroeunder myoom thftetml tt 'W' ieti 1 unhealthy throqgh over ss|2?^a;^ Wn«mpUoli with regard Wthe inferior' <)uali<7.o<jhe gttg and tobacco, and the jOfu^jeiidjdtag.. No mv« of.the mwelf, toSTee^ ccdentoiheiaen-to keep within their tente MtdimpttMNnMlfM m taj tMc;fcfcnketii. The; grumble a good deal at not being eup * fonetiTKhraicr Kangaroo*; Shot'eleven UndfWttKiSiCadM tuttd laobe' «oina&«k.tWh( thttft they *etf proV...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Qeensland at the Sydney Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Qwenftand at the Sydney Exhibition. I Tan representative of tho Melbourno Argus At the Svdney International Exhibition1 «rite« i-" It IB well for us, I venture to say with all deference to our worthy executive dnmWtniw, who tikes Just pride in tbci vwi which Was Iwan done by his officers, thst ib* Queensland court 4» in a different .venue of the main building, otherwise the jfetaNaqofe aM<te in which the exhibits at thai; oolony hare been grouped together night provoke aoase Mflrwara comparisons, flomhow tfceiQueendnad people hart learned the ait of «xhibitfagte perfection, and always win the admintionof the visitor. The ex planation aeems to be that they on ever in a state Otleadhneaa fir exhibitions. Annually they told ¥*nr nod ehoWB ot their own in Brisbane, ana me moment they hear of a greet aBairoamta* off elsewherethey make Aselettkfavt Aleves? articles available, de termine an is, good plan of grouping thorn, «ndseina>tha«i awayfn plenty of time to his .carefull...

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[LAST NIGHTS MESSAGES.] BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

{LAST NIOHTB KEBBAQES.] BRISBANE. [rant oub own ooBEiapoKcner.] September 21. A PBoALiMiTiON issued this afternoon, under the hand and seal of his ExoeUency the Governor, prorogued Parliament' till No vember 11. This forth of prorogation, without th6 usual ceremonies, was renoerod neooBaaty by the delicate health of bis Exocllency the Gover nor. It is expected tivit Parliament will re-as semble abotittneetidef May nest. The Government have reoelvod an offer from Bishop Bugnlon to "tatroduoe fifty families ot Mnemoaiteu from Southern Russia to settle the oentrol districts of Queensland. It is considered very probable that the offer will be accepted. ?September 20. Good work is reported to htvu boen done on the nee course this morning. uioBtly fust, tillahas been made favorite for the Bria .«Cup. At a preliminary uiootiny of gentlemen h*ld th^B nfternuoQ it won decided thai ?ome puMic expression of approval of Mr. J.itkin'6 representation of the eolouy at the Sydney exhibition should ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Gambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Gambling Comments. (BY CAPEB FR.r.) Tin gorilla Llacross&n usually manages to wriggle himself out of many an uwkward predicament, in a clover and ayBtcmatic method, but be roust have been "cleaned out" of hia large stock of excuses on Tuesday lost, whon he wan strangling the Railways and Trainwuys Bill. Ho doubted tbe ability of tbe Government to pass this particular measure in the fane of the "opposition of the leader of the Opposition." It's very recently that this new terror has overtaken the northern " fire-eater/' and when we remem ber that tbe Loan, Divisional Boards, and other mischievous measures were rushed through the House Ifi the face Of ' Buch opposition, W6 conclude that his fears of opposition and his doubts as to the Govern ment's ability to pass a just measure were groundless, and this Weak, puerile attempt at will fcofftfly hlDI thuitlBOf It would have been more satisfactory had he .aid: " We onjy included this measure in our policy to.ca^oh a striy/ToU.".....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

News and Notes. £BX JL BBIJBANEMAM.] ' Soits rtw jwan ago the writer of these lines ZiSX « S-Ular co?tibu^r to the journal in which news and Notes" new appear, and atrtjagelv enough, under the same heading, 1 so that, I feel somewhat like writing to an Jriien?uaSai? ; ,whi(rh ^liog iB not lea eoneq by the fact, that m turning orer some 3lu papers and letters the other day, 1 came across a note from the lato Mr. James Mor 8®*!' whoso death, I have so hesitation in .aying, was regrettad by nil who had the puasuro of his acquaintance. It will not, X trust, be considered a breach of oon fidence ra any way if I ask you to re produoe the ooncludm - portion 0f the letter referred to. It is as follows" You will I am certain, not forget that in adopting WE. TOT will look at your subject from the Argu, A®°®' iittt ® '.'that the instructions of the post will be eonsidered to apply the immediate tutor? chinas have iha tta time 1 wite of, and not the least among them is " ourselves." We were the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views empretted by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] The Member for Warwick's "Explanation." TO THB EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. I [Tfo Editor vntt not b$ re$pon*ible for any ( opinion* or viewi empretted by corretpon- { - denit, and tcriU always rqect pergonal com- . munication* unlet* on. tubjttis of public J. importance, and guaranteed by the tigna- . ' turtf of the author."] |, The Member for Warwick's "Explana tion."' I, TO THB EDITOB Or TBS WABWIOK ABOUS. | ' bia,-I was rather amuBed at the production : that appeared in your contemporary a few days ago signed by that brilliant political, luninary, the member for Warwick. The 1 inueodoa contained iu the letter were wholly ! unbecoming a man occupying the petition the ! writer does, and. ae one who voted for biin at; his flection, I ftUce< this opportunity of I informing him that his ungentlemaniy I language is disapproved of not only by myself but by scores of othe.re of hiB former sup porters. Mr. Horwitx' predecessor was a man who was rcppected by ail cla*se» of til# community, - and during his parlimentary career earned for ...

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Capture of Cetywayo. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Capture of Oetywtyo. Thx KtoRmsr Botomahaha arrived at Mul bourne on the SSod iututj bHnguig files of Cape papere to September 2, from which the following particulars of the capture of the Zulu Kin (j are obtained t- ... . CAFXTOMTS, September 2. The following are the particulars of the capture of the Zulu King* on August 29, in the heart of the Njome Foreit. After his crushing defeat at Uiundi, Cetywayo retreated with his followers to the north of the Black Umvolosi nrer. He *M accompanied by the chiefs Alsimgo, Manyanyo, and Matshana, and though many tof the tribes abandoned him he was still attended by several thou rand men, who, it was reported, intended to fight to the last. The pursuit was, however, kept up with unremitting «nergy, and on August IS a strong cavaliy patrol, under tlie command of Major Barrow and Lord Qlfford, left niundi with three days* previsions, to capture Ce ywayo, who it was stated had only sixty followers with him, so completely bad his defeat at Ulnndi ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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On the Stanthorpe Railway Works. FIRST SECTION—MESSRS OVEREND AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

On the Stanthorpa Railway Worts. FIRST 6BCTI0N-ME88UB. OVEBEWD AND CO. Foub months a^o I paid a visit of inspec tioo to Messrs. Ovorend and Co.'s Section of the above works, and contributed yon a few notes concerning: the state of advancement in which I then found things. Since that Lime, notwithstanding the fact that we bare ex perienced an unugu'dly wet season, the works have progressed with astonishing rapidity. At the time of my former visit work was going on along the whole length of the twenty tnileB of line which the Section in cludes-now, if the big bridge over the Con daminc is excepted, tho line formation ia complete for a distance of between ten and twelve miles from town. This portion of the work wob the easiest on the section, and it has been got roady thus early in order that as little delay hb possible may be mado in getting the ballast train running, and thus facilitate the progress of the heavier works at the other end. The laying of the bottom ballast is being push...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Branch Line Po[?] of the [?] ment. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. (Toowooba Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

ohnioi® orlifeE PEiiss! (ToowoomM Chronicle.) " Sincr the Election for Darling Downs the promise has been again and again repeated that branch railways would De constructed this yuar. When the Loan Estimate was brought in and was under discussion in the Committee of the whole House, it was again stated that the Government were sincere in their intention to proceed this year with branch lines. What lines wore to be constructed and what lines were not to be constructed this year has been kept profoundly sscrgfc, aod by this means' fcho MiaiBtry Have been enabled to keep their supporters well together and hare ruled tbe colon*-, and-the Bumment' well, wit* « iroi hand.~ Bering their majority at their baok, cemented tojjother by tite pforaise of tnmlr-irnes and -branch Ifne#, they have Trnen 'enabled to cany eveiy. measure, ;^U J&T»' forced upon the country the most objectionable measures-tr-"' '«-1 « broughti harp been _ , m " stonewalling." , Now.however.tjie charm, bos been b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Walf of the Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Walif of tire Ocean. " ^Tss Portland Guardian ot the 28th AuepBt stabet We were yesterday handed by Mr. Q. G. HoUftpa.oiTrewRlla, adabamet)t whlth i he picked op on Monday last on the beach about midday between Oape Nelson and Cape Bridge water. It was enclosed In a brandy fcottle.^oiJped with an ordinary cork, and The docuinjrt!^.^oP'iraii'fc&S'tn0 a piece1 cf red-coloured blotting paper, , waa partially saturated with na water; and portions of the wiping, especially the name of vessel, and tbe Frenoh an German instructions, have been ao much obliterated as to be quite illegible. The English to as follows > 'Barque ... ...... 18th,October,. 1876. In the- Interest* of science. Track-bottle.-To indicatedlrectton of ooean cnrrcnts, 12 noon, UHtade68dett.SO rnfn.8. longitude 87 deg. 7S mln. (oris) W. BotQ6 thrown overboard at 2JI0 p.m.| wind . . The finder ie requested tomark on this paper (1) the latitude and longitude where; the bbtUe .is found, (t) the date of finding, an...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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SECON SECTION—MESSRS, GAEGEIT AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

SEC >KD <JE<*ioN-MESSES, 0iS(Z*7* AND CO. The second section is much about tta.satnft length as No. 1, but the construction is much easier throu^Uott-,. The fWst six miles or BO winds its way through granite ridges, and Borno heavy work baa been met with in a good many of tiie cuttings. This section also inoludeB a tunnel, about 1 chains, or about half tlio length of the " big" tunnel. This work, which is situated about 27 miles (by the line) from Warwick, 'is not a very heavy job, Jbut it will take a consider able time in piercing the low ridge through which it passes* OB the whole of the mack has to bo removed from one end. The excavation of the face, now nearly complete, has exten ded the lead to the " tip" something over 20 chains, and this length of lend will probably be trebled before the tunnel itself is comple ted. The stuff that ts being taken out has the appearance of half-formed rock; it is rather stiff working, but blasts well with powder. Bricks...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial. AROUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Commercial AMUS Qffipo, Monday Evening. MH»»'.nUWi AND PCDLEK, produce merchants, Riisban?, report having realised Ihe following prices lit auction and by private sale daring thepsst week t-.Maise, pur bush.. 1«. lid. to 2s. 2d; chaff, per ton, (oaten) from M5 17s. 6d. to £0 10a.; mixed, from £i to A6 16b. t bay (lucerne), £3 to £3 10s ; oaten, M 10i. to £0 10a.; potatoes, £0 to JB6 5b. | pumpkins, 20a. to 26s.; hides, (heavy) per lb, 8id. to id.; liflht and medium, 3d. to 8|d. | bone hides each, 6s. to 6s. Cd.; cilf akins, la. 9d. to 4a. 3d.; shcepskine, per lb., 8|d. to 74d.; tallow, por cwt., 23s. to 2Kb.; butter, per lb., 9d. to IB. Sd.; cheese, 61. to lid.; lard, 4|d. to 6Jd,; baoon, 4d. to OJd.; «ggs, per dot., Bid. to 74.; pigs, each, 14a.; to 60s. ; turkeys (oocks), per pair, lis. to 20s.. hens, 9b. 6d. to lis. 6d.; ducks, 6s. Cd. to 7s.' fowls, Ss. to 4s. lOd.; oruuges, per case. 7s. Od to 9s. Cd. The market has been fully sup plied throughout the week with mairo, lucerne, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, TUESDAY, SEP. 80, 1879. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

[fVBQlEIS TWICE A. WEEK.] WABTCBgff, ipESDAY, SEP. 80. 18JB. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [Eitmre'e Telkskakb.] homotr, September 86. Despatches from Sir Garnet Wolseley an- ! nounce that the Zulu chiefs hare accepted and dsned tbe condition* of pence submitted \ by the British aathoritfos. ? | I/ateet^drioeB from the Cape state (hat Sir Garnet WolseJey haearrired at Utrecht, where large numlieMof Qetywayb's troojx end all the principal ohiefa who had not previously laid down thtir arms have now surrendered to the Britiab. ? liondon, September 17. Tntelegratn ot the Daily TtUgraph, dated September IS, alleging the oomplicity of -the Ameer in the reoent massacre, and that which j appeared in the Timet under date September 16, stating that the Ameer had summoned troopm lor a jebad, or religious war, against j the British, are both entirely. onoQnfirmed. Further detail* show .that' the iifte outbreak I was quite unpremeditated. Bombay, September 18. From statements made by the snrrirore it I so...

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

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