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Allora. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Septmber 27. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

Allora. [PEOM OUR OWN 0 WREBPONDRNT.] SeptmbcT Tux weather during tlio past few diiya lias been all that could have been desired. To day a fine drying wind is blowing from the west, twenty-four hours of which will effect a wonderful improvement in t'le condition of the roads. The heavy rain wc have had ap pears to have done very little injury to the wheat crops, which continue to promise w 11. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. - The adjourned monthly meeting of the Municipal Council was held lost Monday evening, all the mem bers being in attendance. The minutesof the previous meeting having been confirmed, the committee reports were adopted on the motion of the Mayor seconded bv Aldermen Anderson. The correspondence included lettors from Mr. C. H. Wills, drawing attention to the bad state of the footway in front of his premises, and ottering to ooutribute half the cost if the Council would order the necessary improve ments; and from Messrs. Bolton, Gordon, and others pointing oat the bad condition...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 30 September 1879

TAYLOR BROTHERS' MUSTARD.-The "Chal lenge" brand (double superfine quality) isoele brsied for its pongeney,. and purity ol flavor. Steam Mills, Brick Lane, Condon. Export Chicory Mills, Brugoa, Belgium. TAYLOR BROTHERS' SOLUBLE OHOOOLATE A3so COOOA AND MILK, are made in one minute without boiling. . Taylor BROTHERS CHOCOLATE CREAMS, I -HOCOUATE TABLETS, CSOOOLATK DbOFS AND MARAVILLA CHOCOLATE are highly delicious and wholesome.-Paokad in a superior and elegant manner. TAYLOR BROTHERB' HOMCEOPATBIO Ooooa, This oriEiul preparation whioh haa attained cuqil a world-wide reputMhm, is wHinfMtund by Taylor Brother*, under the ablest homrao pathio advioe, aided by the skill and oxperienoe of the invantors, and will be found to combine In an eminent degree the purity, fine aroma, and nutritious properly of the fresh nut. TAYLOR BROTHERS MARAVILLA COCOA. Taylor Brothers, London, having the exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite' com parison with any other Codoa for Purity-flue Arom...

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

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, A>RS*B OT VlMOKIK JlXD VIOTORLI. 8TRMrre. MBS. £. EVElfDEN, Proprietress. IJOOKINO Office for Cobb & Co.'* Tele* 1) graph line of Royal Mail Coaohea, ar A Ownmodaoui Bath Boom on the pnmiaee. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, .Coioer of Wterov and PaXnorin Streets, Waiwiol J. W. QUINN, Proprietor. riU58tCtA8ff*CCOMODATION. Wqo J? on of the But Quality. A Good Sbjij'V of HA.Y and CORN alwayi <m hand. 4V A eecure Paddock for Hone* cloee to (he town. ' 'Vert Cfilrallf AhsMHoMto Vcwtei." THE COSMOPOLITAN, Paui»<nr.msir. WM. MORGAN BEOS to inform hia frienda and the public generally that he hai taken the above well known Hotel, whan Tattiliea and Com mercial Gentlemen wUl ^ivd^vety convenience, end will'meet With oivilily and rttentinn. Every Aboommodatiooprovided for with Private Boom* for Families. COMMERCIAL SAMPLE BILLIARD, 41 ; 3ATH BO0M8. A conveyance In attendance oo fhe traina. 05 THE ROYAL HOTEL, Fiunu4iint/ .Witwns. J. T. IiETHBRIDGE, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Railway Workshops Locomotives and Rolling Stock. REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITEE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Railway Workshops, Locomotives and Rolling Stock. JTARCJTR or TUB SW.WTCOJIUHTKI:. ( Thk following is tliu r«|»>»I iif tliu Sclcil C'omnHlU'.e appoints! on luno 12, 18711, to mi- ? quiro into anil report upon the best ninilo nf nmiiit.iimiifc' iin adequate supply of lui'ojjio- , ltyv« luul railway rolling stock, whether by I contract or at work ibops uipler (Govor nmunt fc0|)0riuteiiduiice,;!iiiil generally na'to the pu^t anil present wupkiiifj nf the U&ilwiiy Work shops at Ipowi'li, 'Poowoouiba, and Hook liauiptoii :- ? , , rnwfST supply or i-ocoipmyiev Asp COI.I.1NU STOCK. The wipply ef locoinotii«i«-U sufficient hit ? tho promml requirements of the truffle, though it will be ncccssaiy shortly to make provision . f.ir additional Btuek. Duplicate portions for tlireu new locomotives arc now oh hand at tho Ipswich bIIOOS. These should be woikcd up in order that tliey may bo mwlS fWiilable for use as soon as they are required. 'fhero are five different eliwBos or types of l...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

the Wiimrit JUgus, [WILBHID TWICE X WgEg.J WARWICK, 8ATOBDAT, OCT. 4, 1879. PiMttum TO formally prorogued ob Taesday last, and qrill probably not , *» Msambls for new}/ eight month*. f«Wwhkfc»oess we fervently hope tneprospeds 0* Queensland m» impiove. If during the nut six f< .»*» appealed indifferent to . the result of the struggle for power be tween the opposing parties in our Legis. Wan, it ku been became we recog tiietftHtb&t the colony was in a critical position, and one which was ' "PV? "V effected by the politics ? «f either putt. Queensland, like the of the civilised world, bag bees ?offering frotn . depression in trade, With the ovation of which ber Legisla* tore bad nothing to do, and the cure Of Which was certainly beyond Us power. Tot, though Parliament could, Maer no circumstances, bare done more than it has to alleviate this de depression, the fate of the Ministry P°*»bly depend to a veir great **tenton ita continuance. In circumstances such u ours ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Commissioners to the Sydney Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Bosnftttr Iniitjft'J-. Wtei -thus trettchiriMy deals »!i(heUijrTS8S 3Sotatal«ioaen appointed to 13% ~:8ydi>eyjSEklmtion:-"Morahead, tiumla? Bra, nod Si^eijBrtniitiie'anb-aee^Mif] the ?MigiwerUI ^hajjp.ftb^on,' the:'rowdy brigade; fagd the 'Soggh And'ready aqtied,* as thej.^y^yfeiottijy ASGjhttod, are off ito 8yd laeygMpajt|ie &jSnlflnw»igoBferred upon them the -title- ;of tHonBraty Commissioners for Queensland atthe BynlieyjEihibjtioii. This it, perhaps only *_ Ja# KJHijd for ik* inestim-. able aervicee th^iifirej rendered |Tiie party daring tbj.aeinlmf- bh^ ft U'. roach' on MM Qresley LBkin, ih» £>wMi(iT6. Oamniadonef down thore twgillyrroiagh; Be Jus'worked, bard and well foe the oolony ^t Sydney, aha hia efforts hire been* orowoed with* auoceaa. All-the papers fn all thojcolgsias are eouridi£g tltf -prjko* of tb» Qudenalti# Catut and the QgeenflanJ Executive Ctommierionerji and now tc£t& JJittfthrpnA '^ jfiictart byQBoreheadj Ltiniley flju, kna HteMBsabSKs »...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] Russia and Germany. BERLIN, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [Scum's Tklsobamr.] BnnJft and Otnnaay. Biblih, October 2. I Th* North German Qcuettc publishes an .article on the present relations between Ger I tnany and Bussia, and, referring to the user | tions of the St. Petersburg Press, that efforts i were being node by Germany to isolate , Russia, from the other European Powers* de» clarea that the position of Russia would only become one of iaolation if the act-ion of that I country compels Germany to seek elsewhere I supporters of the pacific policy she deter* | mined upon punuing.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Endurance of the British Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

?ith itiiD frontier, writes: --.My® have eome -wonderfully bard men but fw* S BOT to know-! e,,p>f*n% ,(pr4 Ghiimaford up-,, 1 Vfar,.«Tet:: - git militiiy t > vuurnpl North Crealock, leads'his _-..4gadft majoii bu-Uvtd in the , Ww-nnoe'liB left .the *ii». General .J'B&itriroe ,'tQ '~5£nte&j> Tupelf with ' Itsnh'.rioep out of {he twenty -fine ' and Col:"Bqliergroti mi t ride with ,nd a COttj.lij . if. An in-1 il harilneas ,came..i . the other dajMa*; mv, mesial admiration. I waa ' , 6 m&ntyWin s tent' at Wash .If-way between Sunday .Biver and : ^'.Abbrit l'<Mlotfk 4 bo&rd a voice ontalle thatifrlthtwirfit t kn^*«*liing'fdr« drink of wat^-'iOinw-biut'faitb the moon ligbfcl fooi>d'alrii^«iA on tbot ths'Hon. Gas ifiavmyvatUchxiitoOeliefBl'Marchiiire etafr.' On the previoni-dav he had left Utrecht with >tau MrssssrKH'; tnilta to Dundee, when hie bone waa beaten. ilfaiMtfdmtlgitlanblhtf, ao ho"ptarted« * rfgfnt dnuipijlorsfiHd: his...

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Turkey and Austria. CONSTANTINOPLE, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Turkey and Anitrla. L CoiffiTANTiifOPLK* October 2. It ii underatoed that the Sultan hu ex* pressed to the Austrian iabaindor .to the Porte, a desire to bring about a closer alliance between the two countries.

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The Police of New York. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

The Police of New York. Till-: X. M, Ifcr<itd*/i Mctv York concspim I1m»1 HiitojThis is a of ii tmUuB. TmI;c up nt hf/urd ;ilmont any of tho gnsat ncwupapcis of tho country, nod you tuny fcHptrm hon-nrs until yon are wit-nl, Now Voik city, of course, in this* as in other mflHnip, /tvay the pa)id, and. between tlit- H'.rwiticp 'if a |>"Hco forcn, rocruifcod frotu thu lifrrsff of pnlitiual clubs, aud the «lurii<^ 4IIK1 ingenuity of n cotfmopolitan cpl Ufulinii of ^nn^rous PriminiUH, wo arc livihg iu » w ritable Jviirn of terror,. For Ihc pa«t, livn unuilhw ilie I'r*»s has bocu waging a cru- | mile upon £he pmIui<s and tho ro|*ork'n> have iH-ntiKhfcto light c^eea *>f brutality and .out line on the |*ort of the fcworu cuardiuns of tlib pence which remind oue rather of tlio ad ministration of ^ Turkey pacha or tho Rinp of .A^uteo tban.pf a.civiliaed community. Tho mainspring of this state xrf affairs is ilmt a £ew York polioe(nan> is armed'bot...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

BRISBANE. 1>B0M OOB OWN COBBCSPOKDktrT.] October 3. Tho weather for the raoen to-day was fine, but oloadyi the attendance was moderate. The following are the results t Trial Stakes-Sound, 1; Major, 2; Cs.tr. 8. Won by a length and a half. Time: 1.4?' Brisbane Honchcap- Olivia, 1 j Orphan, 2 j Happer Tandy, S. This was a close raoe; Orphan tot one cf her stirrup leathers or she would havnwon. Tbe Derby-Elastic, I ; Chorister, 2/ Bajthaw, S. Only three starters. Time 12.61. Two-pew Old Stakes-Galatea, 1; Water loo, 2; Othello, 9. Won by a neck; Galatea obtained a great advantage at the start. Queensland Cup-Napper, Tandy, 1 j Lilla, 11 Melbourne, 8. Won by a length ; Napper Tandy led throughout Time: 8.88. The Visitors' Plate was won by Darkle. Spondnlix second, and Fireball third.

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENT.] October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

[fAOK OUB OWN COBEB8POVDEHT.] October 8. Over MOO persons attended the Exhibition 1 to-day, and there wag a large attendance j yesterday also. The total attendance, to the 80th September, ma 78,000.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Shipping Intelligence. InrOBTS. Ex OKrran, ship, froa London: 6 cases ladies' and children's straw hats, EubssII Wilkins, Warwick, Et Astoria. ehip, {ram bmdoo .- 1 case sota aad chair spriags, 2 eua clocks, 1 case WfauUorSotp, 4 dues tames goods and to;*, Buusll WUki&a, Warwick. Es Windsor Outie. ship, form London : 1 ease round and oral glass shades, 1 case fancy glass eeatrea. lustres, Ac., S cases ironmon gery, Basse)! Wilkins, Warwick; S cases printing msghilMiry. fPorwitl: Argtu.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

?OnOS OTMMOVAL. IfO-WAKWIOKAmOinr hwr printed T-2* pcMU^^tnc^r SBS« _ wkara »11 or*a»« ara HqMiM ta !m ; *o Subscriber* and Advertisers. OD* ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending1 *«teinker to an BOW being delivered, T°k"1 Id thank our friends for am Early .JUT ot wane. Thei»ne of the ,i,|iiiinig*^afcl» Aaa inrolred us in heavy W»I meotwlth Ml fjrtW attempt toTWH8&i?i23li mm of tM piper. ip»roTm wnoaiv j«Mu OBcCi October 8,1879. 899

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Incidents of the War in Zululand. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Incidantg of tlla War in Ztiluland. Cam paper* contain interesting details with referenoe to the recovery of guns token at Isandala. A correspondent writing from Ulondi, under date of 13th of August, says a cavalry petrol which has been on a reconnsis anoo to the military kraal of Malselcange, about ten miles from here, retamed on the 11th with nnireroas article* of war, found hidden in various kraals, and buried in the earth. Among the articles found were rockets, rocket tabes,' shells, shrapnel}, See., rifles of modern and antique design, shot, and other things too numerous to enumerate. The party after a diligent search for valu ables, were returning' with thi'ir epoil when, at a short distance, the; espied the gun car riages with the two guns, of which so mnch has been heard, they having been taken from the Imperial force* on the metnotuble battle* field of Isandala. One was ' found to be loaded with shells, which were extracted, and it was found that they were not spiked, but t...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New Immigration Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

New Immigration Scheme. CONCERNING the proposal uiiide by Bishop Bullion to the Government, to people the | central districts with Mi'nnnnit 'S, and which j was briefly mentioned in our indue of Tues day, the Courier has the following:- 1 It will be romeinbo-cd that three or four years ago the Premier of South Australia (Mr. Boucaut) made a provisional arrangement with Bishop Bugnion, by which 40,000 souls, principally Monnonites from Southern Russia, were to be landed at Port Drawin within a specified period. It will also be recollected that Mr. Boiic&ut'i proposals, not being ratified by Parliament, fell through, and that the Bishop subsequently opened negotiations j with the late Government of this colony, bnt i without result, It saems, however, that Dr. i Bugnion never abandoned his scheme, but some two years ninco bought an estate a fitw miles from Kockhampton, and there quietly " bided his time" The state of affairs tn Bussia is now so hopeless that the Uannonites the...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Foreign view of Lieutenant Carey's Conduct. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

A Foreign view of Lieutenant Carey's Conduct. THE German military papers oil have ar ticles upon the court-martial on Lieutenant Carey, whom they are unanimous in acquit ting. Commenting on an article in the Austrian paper Vedette, entiled " A Word of Defence for Lieutenant Carey," the Berlin Deutiche Heeru-Zeitung *ays *' We agree generally with the views ex pressed in this article. It seems to UB quite evident that Lieutenant. Carey could not have saved the Prince Imperial. Whether it is , reasonable to cxpeot an Bnglish officer, to sacrifice himself for a foreign Prince, present as a spectator, is, we think by no means an indisputable opinion. * On being surprised by the Zulus, nothing could save tne Prince uftor his horse had escaped. The prolonged stay of his oompanions could only nave resulted in their uselessly dying with him. We eay uselessly, still bearing in mind that this was ; p case of a foreign spectator in a position of , peril, which he had voluntarily sought." The s...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Drama in Toowoomba. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

The Drama in Toowoomba. (riCOkf ODB OWI* CO&R*AK3J«DPINT ) At will be seen by advertisement the Dil lon dramatic company open at the Town Hall on Monday niuht. Concerning their perfor mances, our Toowootn^a correspondent sends us the following: - ^ ^ y Tint Dillon Troup* continue to draw good houses, and are in every way worthy of the patronage they receive. The two leading m-tutes are Mr. Dillon and Miss I'under, and it is almost impossible to overpraise their brilliant impersonations. As an exponent of the Sha!<esperian drama Mr. Dillon is not Jikcly to soon find a rival, and the marvellous way in which he transforms himself into Hdmfit, Shyloek, and Othello is, without doubt, one of the highest achievements of th-j histrionic art. As 1 a in told Mr/ Dillon will make his bow to the VVarwick audience next week, 1 shall, for the suite of the local play* goers, advert to the characters in which he appear to most udvanhige. He is incom parably the best Riche.lieu I ...

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A Patent System of Forgery. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

A Patent System of Forgery. Ykstehdat afternoon a number of gentle ui .Ml, including Mr. 8aul Samuel, C.M.G., l'<> jtm.ister-Guneral, and Mr. Lambton, Seore I m y to the General Post Office. Ur. Richards, { Gxviirutnent Printer, Mr. Morris. Secreta>7 to the International Exhibition Commission, and Mr. Oibbs, met at the offloe of Henri. Giliba, Shallard, and Co., Pitt-street, for the purpose of testing a prooea of forging bank notes, postage (tamps, cheques, to., by means of photolithography, in order to show the. value of an invention patented by Messrs. Thomson and Gariich, for printing notes in j non-actinic oolori, which cannot be photo 'graphed. It may be stated that the patentees claim that by their new discovery they can produce a perfect fac-mmiie of any document, j card, deed, bank-Date, postage stamp, receipt stamp, or cheque, without f*ar of detection,' and at the same time that their invention will prevent forgery, aad thereby afford a desirable eeourity ...

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Death of Mr. Charles Edward Walker. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Death of Mr. Charles Edward Walker. IT is with sincere regret that we announce tho death of Mr. C. IS. Walker, which took place yesterday at mid-day at the Eoyal Hotel. Mr. Walker had b«?en Buffering from a serious affection of the liver of long stand* iug, but no one anticipated hi* death was BO n*ar, or would be BO sudden. On Monday evening he took a long walk with a friend, ami on Tuesday rooming he Again went out for exercibe, but in the evening he was aeised with vomiting, and expeeloratod a large quantity of blood. During Tuesday night and yesterday morning the vomiting c m* tinned and ceased ataut ten o'clock, when it was evident liis end was near. He retained his consciousness up to within ten minutes of his deceitac, find exhibited remarkable finnnesB in view of his approaching end. Mr. U. E. Walker came to Queensland about twenty-five years atfa in the service of the Australian Joint 8tock Bank. Havinga taste for the more active habits of commercial life he left the Bank a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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