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CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor will not be responsible fro any opinions or which expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications uless on subjects of public importance and guaranteed by the signature of the author. District Mail Seervice. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. [TVic Editor iciil not he reipOMiblc for flity ojMHiOiiii or exprened hy co» rc«/ioh tUnti, a»'( wUl alt*ay* njret pertonal com muaicitKoii« wale** OH *uhjecti of public imj3or(aiu-e\ and gttftr&aiicti du the tare of the author."] District Mail Service. TO TUB Emi'OB OF TR8 WARWICK ARdUfl. I Dsia SIB,-Some ti me ago I believe an ef fort WHS made (o got the mail time table be tween Warwick unci Swan Crvuk ehu-n^od by having the mail to start on Saturday instead of Thursday. The agitation resulted fruit lessly, the i osUnastei'Generul very properly refusing to sanction the alteration of a ser vicj that had Itecn found to work well. But* what I think might with resiflon be claimed for this part of the diRtrict, is a bi-weekly service. It is well-known that the Swan Creek reserve is one of the most populous farming centros in the colony, and us the additional service weekly would only involve the outlay of a few pounds per year, I think it in a concession we uiig...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

MELBOURNE. [rj&OK oira own oob&cspokdxht.] October 8. The Executive have decided that Lenrenoe, the murderer of lire. Finlnyson, shall be executed on Monday next. MB. E. Ma BUT lectured in the Town Hall last night on " Home Education." The lec ture, which was interspersed with songs, wu both amusing and instructive, occupying nearly two hours in delivery. His wonhip the Mayor oocupied the chair, and, at the conclusion of the lecture, TOtea of thanks were accorded to Mr. Marlay and to the chairman In a recent issue of the leading journal there appealed a notice of the Queensland Court at tie Sydney Exhibition, in which honorable mention was made of some exhibits of perfumery and toilet requisites from the laboratory of Mr. David Clarke, of this town. We have frequently notioed during the last few years, that no matter where an exhibition is held, there are to be found Mr. Clarke's preparations, and it must be a source of satis I faction to him, to find that his energy...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. (Before the Police Magistrate, and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Warwick Police Court. FIIIDAT, OCTOBIB 4. (Before the Poliae Magistrate, and William Thompson, Esq., J.P.) UNSOUKD MIND.-John Murphy appoared ' in sustody charged on suspicion of being of unsound mind.-Mounted Constable Graham gave evidence of having arreatod prisoner on the day previous at the farm of Mr. Peter M'GuoUun, Swan Creek.-Dr. Marietta, (Go vernment Medical Officer for the district of Warwick) stated that he hod examined the prisoner in the cell the previous night; he found him in a low, depressed state, but lu- - cid, showing more symptoms of monomania than anything eisoj he recommended a re mand for three days, in order that the pa tient might receive further medical treat-, ment. The Bench granted a remand accor dingly. i LIRCINT.-Michael halor appeared before the court charged with this offence. Pri- : soner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Ur. Conquest j Sub-Inspcctor Judge con ducted the prosecution.-Constable Graham deposed to having arrested prisoner about ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Allora. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Allora. (FROM 008 OWN CORRKSPOHOKNT.) October 2. Tbi weather dnrJng thp past week 1 NIB baen ? all that could have been desired. Our utre.'Uj ] nnd town roads are rapidly improving in con- i dition, but the thoroughfares leading to the out-lying districts are still in a very bad i state. I p ud a visit to our neighbors at j Haunt Pleasant and Goamhurra. North Branch the other day. The crops uro in u flourishing condition, and promise well; but the roads are simply an eye-sore. The residents com plain loudly of the persistent manner in which | their roads are neglected, and claim that Un.'y J are entitled to' a road to pet their produce to J market. I At the Police Office, yesterday, before G. 1 P. fit. Murray, Esq., P.M., and F. Kates, Esq., J,P., C. Hundrickson appeared to answer a summons issued lupunst him by John Tanrer, choiring him with assault Mr. O'Sullivan appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. Nicholson for trie defendant. Defendant pleaded guilty to the charge, and was fined Ss....

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Removal ! Renj<j>val !! : v J,; FLETCHER, j VATCHNAKEK & JEWELLER, WISHES to, inform hie , Customers and Uie'j)»l»Uc that j')>vifttc the necessity of residing awny from bts bufiinpss, , .li'dj^/prevelbt-.ajRAjjpOTntrneiit by ,Cu8tomfcra I calling ;i> h»s abucuce, ii;s has REMOVED .To those centrally Bituntcd and more con* Veuient }>roniiRt*B in Palmerin-street, next the Cosmopolitan Hotel, and two doors from Mr* j Millar's Ladies' Wurehouae. Ho has opened bis New Premises with an ! entirely New and CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, Inspection of which he invitea. J. F. has cn band a most complete Assort* » '/ i 1 . i m«iiJP#of V ' j, Sterling Geld, .ftSilver Jewellery, j Including - IJADUCS' & GEM'S.' WATCHES ALUKIir CHAINS -tiOCKK'fiK; KIN*#; JJAlnEi# SETS; j . 5 telX'DS,"ViOLITSinES, to. Of chastc design and unsurpassable workman ship, which he is prcpnred to offer at Sydney | yrict^i ^ NJ&r A Lmtto Stock of Bullish Lever ^att-hes, byi-qe y...

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

w ANTED TWO Good SHINGLERS.-| Apply at onco to WALLACE & Qinaox. 004 T ORT, a email Black and Tan TERltlER JLi SLUT,- smoutb hair. Howard on de* livery at Argut Office. 900 LOST, ON the htinst, a Queensland Natii n»" Bank CHEQUE for £10, drawn by LONOWILL and Co., in favor of F. HulboS. The public on Cautioned against negotiating the game,»« payment baa been stopped. The Under will oblige by returning it to the undorsigued. LONGWILL & eo.P 898 Saddlen, Fitzroy-street. To Let for ft Term of Tears. THE) Premises now occupied as the Argxu Offiee; immediate posaeaaion can be given Apply Author ? JMokqak, on the premiss*. 86S TOWN^HALt. MONDAY EVENING, October6th, GRAND OPENING NIGHT OP TBS GREAT njUON DRAMATIC COMPANY, eottPBisnia FOURTEEN TALENTED BULB AXD FEMALE ARTISTES. FIRST appearanoe of the Groat English Tragedian, Mr- William CharleB DILLON", And the Charming and Accomplished Young Actress, MISS EDITH PENDER, Supported by the most complete Dramatic Company in Que...

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Arrival of R.M.S. Siam at Albany. THECABUL MASSACRE AND THE AFGHAN WAR. BOMBAY, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

Arrival of R.M.S. Siam at Albany. THE I'AIiUL MAHSACRK AND THE AKGHAN WA11. Bombat, Si-nleinbcr 12. The news of the massacre at Cnbul has caused intense excitement throughout India. 3'hp following am1 the particulars : - ? .CVrt^in regimnnts (b.'lifvcd to be twelve in tiuniW). lately returned fi.mi Hemt-where tlicy hou ultv.i'iy shown utronj; symptoms of mutiny against the Ameer-assembled in the Bala Hissar to receive arrears of pay which they domnndod. They subsequently broke out into violent mutiny, stoned their officers, »nd ji.oxl .proceeded to etorm tbe Residency, which is inside the Bala Hissar. They bunt open the gateway leading to the courtyard, bat were received with a heavy and effective fire from the British escort inside the city. Tbe mob then poured into the Bala Hissar, and having plundered and destroyed the Ameer's arsenal, the magazine, ana stores, they joined tbe mutineers who were attacking the Residency. I Although tne attack was carried on by over ' whelming numb...

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

QUEENSLAND STEAM FLOUR MILLS. THE ABOVE MILLS ARB NOW AT FULL WORK. SUPERIOR FLOUR, BRAN, POLLARD, ETO.j ALWAYS ONIlA$IhJ. -rrrn*-«..>« . . ... i."V GRISTING AT .bUBBfcNT JUTES. THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE GI^ItT WHSAtJ W. & ;C:.j ,FR/pFRXj^ClS^.:Vv : ?1 ... - - ' 'i C 7 387' ' v - i . . . f . f.. . . . «? L- 1* '' 'Itort: Centrally 8{ftutl«9 Hot el in Warwick." THE COSMOPOLITAN, . P^XHBBIS-BTBtrr. WM.MORGAN BEGS to inform lifa friends and the public generally -that lie has taken the abort .ttell known Hotel, #bure Families and Com mercial Gentlemen' will And every convenience, andtoill meet with civility and attention. ' .F.vary Aooomtnodaticnjbrovided for Viaitora, with Private Bootna fur Families. COMMERCIAL- SAMPLE, BILLIARD, A ; , . HATH HOOM8. Dinner aerved it tbb Coffee Room fron I to 2 o'clock, daily. """« nrnamxTim A conveyanoe iu attendanre'oh the trains. 65 THE VINEYARD HOTEL, Coraerof Farcy and LyorHEtreeta, Warwick. JOHN STERNE, . ? pROPaiKfOR. THE above Hotel is ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 4 October 1879

DEATH. McGIVERN.--On the 24th of March, at Mont- gomery House, Sheffield, England, Mary Dallawway, youngest daughter of William Dallawway, Scissor Manufacturer, and relict of the late Thomas Mc Givern, Cut- lery and Elsctro-plate Manufacturer of   Sheffield, and Brooklyn, New York, Ameri- ca, mother of Mrs. McGladrigan, State School, Allora.

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Aquatic Championships. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Aau&tic Championships. | Nxws has been brought by the C&Iiformau mail steamer to the effect thaf Courtenay has been matched to row Hunl&n in Oaonda next month. It will be remembered that groat diaaiitifaction was expressed at Hie manner in which the last race between tha two men wns contested, and that there w#re then not wanting many persons of influence in the aquatio world who openly avowed that the ' event was really" rowed on dry land." instead , of on water. The mail steamer brings how l evert so far as is known, Do news in regard to j Hanlan's intentions concerning bis proposed match with Trickett*. | The other day a letter wee received in Sydney from E. Edwards, son of James | Edwards the Melbourne boatbtiilder, offer* ing to accept from tiycock one minute's start over the Purramatta course. Mr. ?lames Punch having beard of this but bring unwilling to conccde to any man such an ad vantage as that mentioned by Edwards, now expresses Ms readiness to boc...

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Rambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Rambling Comments. (BY CIPKE FET Jy IT'S just my luck. No sooner do I Burwount one difficulty tlion another'presents iUel'. Prom the tent)) day of December, 18j9, till the present hour ! hate regarded it as a part and parcel of my exist <moe to study the politics of the land of my adoption, ?? happy Queensland." Some things I understand and some I don't. For instance, X can understand why Mrllwmith desired to secure a majonty in the House, but how he manured to do go aurpasseth understanding. But that« not the question that at present is torturing my aching brain atid moving niy veiy soul to its innermost recesses. It is how thai Lesirt* lativy Council is goingto bo worked. You sec, ill '73 we had sufficient wisdom^ in that quarter to render any measure so ridiculous Hint its introducer would he compelled to choose one of two alternatives-either to die own ut once aud for ever his beloi'ed offspring or be sent to the reception house tor one month. This is what we term che...

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Legislators v. Newspaper Editor Men. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Legislators v. Hevwpsper Editor mr«i I Vmt fojlwing MMih, extracted from (be Auttralatim, mold apply fitly enough to wok of oar (Queensland legislators:-" It is Imiya a significant thing wbeos public man mutes a declaration of hostility to thu PreBs. Il sbowsthfit, Atony rate, he flndR the fcnse light ef publioity very unpleasant, and that he wmld rtftinguisb it if ha were oWe1. Be tween cnrrrpimnts orcriticieivdirected against errors or abort comings of the Press and de claration of absolute hostility against it there ia a *ery wide gap. Mr. J. B. Patterson : takes ean» tfnt no do*At rinuld exist regard ing his views and desires on the subject. He i tells us that. " for bit part, he would tear the Press to shreds." fft Iookingat the speaker's remarks for justification of this rut her ex treme no'irse, wo can only find tl.e statement that " some of the bet* things said in Parlia ment were left unreported by the public journals." Sotlat IwJause the'ifewBpa.por8 do not find i( csoveqi...

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The Massacre of the British at Cabul. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

The Massacre of the British at Oabnl. IT is very doubtful whether the world will ever loam much more respecting the incidents of the melancholy fate that betel Sir Louis ChVagctri <Ui<! his comrades than is afforded ill the telegram of mail news, per Siiim (pub lished in our last issue.) Those details go 'to Bhow that our representative and hia oorar-jides were suddenly end unexpectedly beset in the Residency bya whrfd at my in a state; «f. mutiny, aided by a vast city mob, thirsting for blood and plunder. There these three or four brave British soldiers, aided by their no lens brave native Indian escort, probably in aii some fifty mep,,were hesieged by thousands of these murderous people, armed from the plundered arsenal of the Ameer. There they held their ground for a whole day, defying1 their assailants to carry the place by assault, and finally, when the multitude had forced by fire the gate which they were unable to batter dews, cAd had swarmed hi to the b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be resposible for any opinions or views axpressed by correspondents, and wil always reject personal communication unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] THE QUEEN' PARK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. [F/ie JiJitin' will not be rc*/><ms»'»fe fot ouy opinions or viewa aepreae'l by cvvresfton dents, and wilt always reject pcrwnal com ttmntca/toiu mile** on tvbjer.ts of public \mj>or1anct, avd guaranteed by the .iyua t«r* of {he. author.} THB^tEEU^yAEir., TO TUB SDITOB or THE WARWICK ABOUS. 1 SIB,-Might I bo permitted to suggest to i the Municipal authorities tbo inadvisabiUty ' of expending any more of the Government grants on the Queen's Park. Within the 2>:iat few months we have seen it almost completely submerged by flood water, the £unces enclosing it swept away, the trees that had been pliinh'd uprooted, and the Park itself converted into a were swamp. What abc, therefore, its there i'U throwing motiey away on sueb a Mhito uleph*ntifln possession P How much better irould it be to spend the money squandered tht-i*e in im proving and making sightly the at present mot very picturesque rocreation,. grounds culled the squares. The latter lvscrves...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [RKUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] Further Attacks on General Roberts Force. BONBAY, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [RkDTEB'b TfclLKOEAMB.] ~ Farther Attack^ on^dmeral RoWSrts BoNEAT, Octoljif 4. Report* hare be&n received this morning j relative to Geotjn^ Uob^rta'_fafc«e, which ! state that fartherjtftaoVa^wwfe bfeen \ptode j upon a potion of thfe coiumnholdiag Shutar- ] ffurdan by independent tribes of Ghiisau and other districts to the southward. ID 1 each ease the attacks were unsuccessful, and the nuliyes were repulsed with great losa. ! This evotling further intelligence of a dis quieting character was received from the Kurum Valley. According to authent ic infor mation received, the native tribes have risen ngsbpt the British troops, ana havo succeed ed in cutting off communication between General Boberts' front and roar columns. It ie announced that reinforcements will be despatched by the Indian Government with the least possible delay.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

8TDNEY. [rooicoDB own oobbebpokpknt.J October 4. j A Ore occurred early tbis roorsmg on the ' promises of P. W. Wall, hay and corn dealer, Bedfern, resulting in the destruction of a quantity of com bogs and hay. I The tramway motor ran into a hansom cab last evening, causing tome injury to the vehicle. Dr. Williams, who was in the cab ut . the time, escaped unhurt. October 5. Captain Watson, a very old rnsident of Sydney, died to-day. The body of a man named J. Bulstrod, sup. posed to bare been a bookmaker, was found . filiating in the harbor to-day. ' October C. Mr. Liakluier was arrested this morning on board the John DutUie on a, charge of bigamy. He wus brought before the Court and remanded. To-day was observed as a partial liolidny in consequence of the Eight Hour's Demon stration. The Intercolonial Trades Union Congress met this morning. There were thirty-six delegates present, and Hr. F. B. Dixon was elected President The meeting adjourned after some formal business had been ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cuban Insurrection, MADRID, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Tli* Cuban Insurrection, MADRID, October 4. The insurrection in Cuba, which the Span- { ieb Government hoped they hiul suppressed, j has ajjatn broken out. A largo body of the insurgent* attacked the royal troops, but wore defeated with heavy lass.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

MONDIY, OCTOBIB C. I (Before the Polica Magistrate.) ASSAULTING THKFOLICK.-Robert Murdoch on bail, appeared before the Bench to answer the; charge ofj assaulting? the Police brought against him on Saturday, when the evidence of Mr. Thotnaa fltegridgehiivin;? proved the committal of tho offence, he was ordered to pay a fine of XI and costs of court, or in de fault, to be imprisoned for 7 days. A case of wife desertion was struck off the the summons sheet, there being to appear ance of the parties. A labor number of members of tlx* lo-?a* volunteer corps mustered for parade at tho Armoury 011 Saturday evening. The eciut niand of the company was formally handed over by Lieutenant Knott, to Captain Wood cock, whose nomination to the office of Cap tain has at last been taken official cognisance of by the he&d-qtL-irteni authorities. After this formality hod l>ecn disposed of the men, headed by the Company band, marched through the principal streets of the town, the combined in...

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Arrival of Cetywayo at Capetown. London, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Arrival of CJetywayo at Capetown. London, October 4. Information ha*Just b<M»n received from 1 South Africa tbftt Cetywayo had arrived at Atpctoira.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. (Before the Police Mugistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBKB 4. {Before the Police Magfefrute.) ASSISTING.TpE -POLICE. -Robert Murdoch waa charged with Having assaulted Constable FiUgerald, in Guy-strcct, about 2 or .1 o'clock on that juopnin#, and on the applica tion of the police* was remanded tm Monday ? the 6th instant at 10 o'clock, prisoner to find bail, himself in £5t and one surety of u like amount.

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