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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Octobar 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Brisbane. [rflOM ODA OWN COURR8POWDEKT.] Octobar 4. Tho races to-day were poorly attended. The results won* &s follows. Flying Handicap Orphan, 1; Napper Tandy, 2; Csar, 8. All aged Stakefl-Chorister, I; Sound 2; Olivia, 8. Sapling Eiuie-Guiata, 1; Waterloo, 2 ; Othello. 3. Plate- Durkie, 1; Sir Walter, 2; Spondulix, 8. Sanduufce Hiuidicap-Sydnoy, 1 ; Orphan, 2 ; Melbourne, 8. Half.milc Spurts-Olivia, X; Darkle, 2; Sound, 3. October G. The barque Charlotte Andrews, from ( Townsville, was driven ashore from tbe an* \ cbonigo at Ham«ay Bay, where the wiia load in^ cedar, early ou Friday uioming, and be. pome a total wreck. AU hands were saved.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

OommerctaL Aitjus Office, Monday Kvcttinc. IPftfiClt. -The Observer faVB :--We have to rwport a fully storked market for butter, Vrhiab has receded to from 6d. to 6d. Large bueob tare bran bought to-day at fld. per lb. rotates* we in mm 4eiMud, and are raalisisg from £& I0»i up. Egg', hacon, J»naJ«V (iDd otier jp'ioral produce re .. main at previous bw »W«i i-Adelaide floor, jElVjaa pertoa | malse, It. fld. per buahe!; btutwi^lruA <SA. to 8d- per lb.; eggs, 4d. per dogen j potatoes (new) iito £S 10B. per ton i eliaff, 4a. Od. per cwt-r oaten hay £410s. per tont lucerne nay, £3 10s. per ton; pump kin*, £be. per ton; oate, Ef. Cd. par bushel; Colonial bacon, 4d. per lb. i onions, 12e. per fcwt.; lucerne seed, la. 8d. to le. Sd. per lb.; colonial cheese, Od. to 7d. per lb.; honey, fld. per lb. t pollard. 9s. per cwt.; flour (rebMlJU 22». par bag. Bmsbaxk.-Messrs Karen and Pedler, produoe auctioneers, report baring realised th> following prloes at auction tmdfcr pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

[A cahd.] w. gaISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, ft General Contractor, pBECy-BTfiMT, WABWICK. rniWBER YARD, for the 8apply of PINE, X CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 885 [oa to.] W. G. OONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Oon . motor, : .JPlIBBOT AJro/GpT/eiMBW, Wakwiok. 886 [AOABI>.] P. PALMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Ms tress and PaUiaase Maker, ? (Next door to hl'Dohnott's Railway Hotel), Our-BIBEST, Wakwics. N".B.-!-JMner'« work of all descriptions at* " tended to;pr<imptly, at moderate prices. 896 1 Now the Weather is flnea*ftin, f, riflIT JOH3ST TULLOOH'S : , "Produce Store. Palmerio-etreet. PrJiUp Chaff and Maize at Lowest Rates always on Hand, : " ' ? " ? 891 F. CHDCKSHA3NK, ~ ?., (Opposite the Quoon'* Hotel, Fitaroy^t.) FO. hiring just completed highly satis- j . factory purchases in tho 8sntheni mar. ' ^ets, ji now prepared to anpply the imblio J^ith GROOEBIES, &o.( jo {ho lowest rami* . oentif e tenna, FOB C...

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

.HottM to Correspondents. J.C. Ud Ji.1t. (Split/»r<l).--Tottr tuunca" ne on the ioU.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

"Jiailt P#r H.M.S. " Nonaanbjr, r,FX<l.TOBKE8 BTRAm. dom aM the Continent of Europe, ludla, China, I OMWE*t lha WARWICK I'OST " ou 'tyH UUSOAY, the 9th tart, m t tiauiy DrflsiBy»t -... 3 pjn. r flagjiWnml <<etfy»,frc., -at... 6 p.m. fhlfampiptfa, «n4 'Dakota, at ,8 p.m. I Ordinary-Letters, at ... 8 p.m. ?6. MAKKHAI", ?M' ? '? ' ' ' PCn'mMtor. fcwt OflSce, /WMWkk. HMabor Sth, I8?«. OK awBttor imwTtt. (Tin'wuwxdx uosr fnow mtatad * iilaffiliMliagHMirMUiMUoai B>ii(ftiUiil, Mmlly «>. . To Bo1*crib«rs and Advertisers. OTJB ACCOUNTS for the .Quarter ritdlw BeptemSer 30 are nov» b«lni{ delivered, <>uM thank our friends wr an Knrly RibLEUEKT of name. The issue of the ' t*per H-Weekly bas involved W in hean - utMptaal*, mad, should thlt appeal touwt with . fatr-cssboaie, ire purpoac shortly making a atOl forther attempt to increase (be useful. neMofthepoixr. 1 ARTHUE MORGAN. jliftu Office, Oeteber 8,1870. 839

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

w 'ANTED at once, a HOUSEMAID; also a LAUNDRESS. Apply Cosmo FOWriv HOTEL. 080 WANTED a Good Horte: «j ®5Ww? DRIVER, to draw SLEEPERS and PILES from Mr. Wsbb's Paddoek, m» Creek, eighteen mile* from Warwick. Apply toMft. WEBB, Fitt' Creek. 908 TO tiSI, A HOTJ8E in fitnoy-Btreet, formerly oj A. copied by Mr. Hntert. Apply to J. U, DcsLor. NOTICE. I HAVE in my possession, * Yellow and White COW, clean skin, hole lonew ear or milking side, which I believe to be my property. Any person showing * , ?*' claim to the animal can have her by applying to the undersigned and paying coat of voi» advertisement. BABNETT ALLEN, gjO Fittrjy-street. Warwick *o&al Benefit,5STee,t" ment and BnlldloK 8oclcty< THE Twenty-Second MONTHLY MEET. MO of the Members of the above Society will be held in the Court House THIS (TUESDAY) EVENiNG^at# oWV.^ 009 , Becr»te7< MEETING. A MEETING of the Farmer* and Refidenfc of Sandy Creek will bfl lieM th® 8*at® School, on SATURDAY, 11th ine...

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Random Jottings About the Kellys. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

I Random Jottings About the Kellya. th® foHowing from a paper in title ^ roe A,**t hearing the above <"lc of the Melbourne papers, shortly after the lhurdar of the police by the Kelly gang. seriously spoke ofthe feasibility of andD»D^a ,<f""£on af. P°lic<! «>«nd the gang , ?1i?raf 3r hVm,m"ig them in, the writer aw Much about the Kfn.gea w the »n the moon Sll1"!! T country densely covered *rlul>». the rocks in many parts being &U .nost precipitous, while numerous eaves offeredreadyBbelterand concealment. This is scarcely the sortof place which a body of police,, boireivr Urge, could gradually sur round. and where mounted troopers could jelr Bt®0dl- 1 "08 travelling by rn.iltUe other day when, at one of the statioiw near Euroa, a police official entered the carri age, and enlivened the loneliness of the journey. We had a saloon carriage all to ourselves, so I took theDpport^uS[gMi^ a. little information about the Kellva. .. Talk about pu...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK] WARWICK, TUESDAY, OCT. 7, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

? . " - , .. [MlliitdkllD TWICH A webk;] .. . WARWICK, TUESDAY, OCT. 7. 1R70. Til hew Land Bill, which is entitled " An Act io'amccd the lav rotating 'to Alienation of Grown Lands," re ceived the Royal assent on the 25th ultimo,. Th^ Bill consists of fifteen clauses and a preamble. Looked at in telligently and without prejudice, wo think the measure, which is in reality only a series of amendments of existing Ajsta. must be admitted tn be fait and likely to promote tbe settlement of an industrious population oo tho lands jritli which it deals more particularly the «scbang« lands. Clause 1 defines ttie term " exchanged lands" to be " all lands acquired by the Crown by way of exchange under the provisions of the sixty-ninth section of Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1876, or of any other Act." The maximum area that any person may hold , in a homestead area CODsistiDfr of exchanged lands is fixed at 200 acres, the minimum 80 acres, the power of fixing the area in tl'e dif . fer^nt totali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

d. Al POLLARD, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, Sheep & Cattle Salesman, &c. Agent for the Colonial Mutual Lift j Assurance Society.) c ASH ADVANCED on all Descriptions flt-j Colonial Produce-Wool, Hides, Ac. AUCTION 8ALB* Hold on the third THURSDAY in each month I (from the -1st September), and Aoooiint fides | Rendered I'romplly. OJfict:-Adjoining Afr. C. Bvi/do»'g Criterion J Sotci, Palmcrin-ttrcct. 667 Gwatfal.-Comforting. EPPS'S^QpCOA. r;: Vti is a klr A S T. ff ? y Y « thorough knowledge of the J3 natural laws which govern the operations o^fflgepfcjon and nutrition, and by A careful application of tho fine properties of well'selretud cocoa; "Mr. Bpus h'isprovidedbnr' breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured leverage which may 'save ns many hoavy "doctors bills. It is by tho judicious IISO of such artioles of diet tKat a constitution muy be gradually built up until strong enough to P&sisfe every tendency to.1 disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies ft re f...

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Press Picnic at Clontarf. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 7 October 1879

Press PicnW at Olontarf. THE proprietors of the Tourn and Country Journal and Sydney JSvanng New i took ad. vantage of the presence of the Foreign and Colonial Commissioners and representatives of the Press now in Sydney to invite them to a picnic down the Sydney Barbour, and & luncheon at Ciontarf, on Saturday, last week. A large and distinguished party em barked on board the Prinoe of Wales steamer at I o'clock, and visited Greycliffe and Shark Buy, and then steamed to Clontorf, a beauti ful spot, whore the party wore landed. Amongtheguests present were members of both Chambera of the Legislature j Com . missioners to the Exhibition! the ropresen. tat]res of the Press. ' local, foreign, and colonial i and a large number of the leading citizens of Sydney. The party sat down to a , sumptuous spread, Mr. Alfred Bennet pre. . siding on the occasion. The usual, loyal and patriotic toasts were proposed snd responded , to, as »)sowere thoso in recognition of the [ ,,,, distinguis...

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Petty Debts Court. TUESDAY OCTOBER, 7. (Before the Police Magestrate, and Wm. Thompson, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

Petty iMMs Court. Tdwdix.Ootobib. 7. (Before the Police Miynstxate, and *Wm. : TOoujpleB; Beq* J.T ) T-rz;: yj Verdicts 4or plaintiffs, lor the several Mumnta claimed, were given in the following undefended oaaea.- i , , 1 E. Morgan v John finrton^Meat sold. 12s. 4d. j coets of oowt, lla^-Kr, »Conquest for plaintiff. .. . » , Same v W.m. QlasVj-"T*l^*'; «fld, JSllH^^dt tt ' cos^» of court, JBl 4s. 6d.-Mr. Conquest for' plaintiff. Hugh Giblatt v J»s. Barrett.-Goods Bold, £6 12a. 6d.; coet of Court, lis. A. Canning v Geo. Whitinoro-Goods sold, [ £2 6a. 10d; costs of Court, l ie. Bans Fevre v M. Christense*-Board end cash lent. 43'ls. U; costs of toort, lis.-Mr. Conquest for Platirtiff.'\ \ . ioEncgpxD nMgn... ,, . Trustees in the estate of Hull ft Tullocb r C. Brasnan.-Qoodfnoid ,JlIj0..4a.' ®d.-Mr. Boyle for plaintiff, and' Mt. Nicholson for defendant-Plaintiff non-suited, without costs. i ' J. Bbea T C. Btvwnan -MToney lent £fo 10k. -Verdict for plaintiff for the amount claimed, cos...

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Warwick Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

WarwiclTdlK&TOotirt. FBIDAY, OOTOBEB 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) LtMWTfTlllflMl Loioiy.aa .remand. was charged with abetractine the mim of £1 from a letter entrusted to his cue to poet by one Uiahael Kelly, trimmer pleaded " not guilty," and was aefendqd'.by. fit. (tynqueet. Bub-Inspector Judge 'conducted the prosecu tion.-Michael Kelly, recallod, deposed: It was on Saturday, between 3 and & o'clock f,m., that I care prisoner the letter to post; produce the letter I received from my brother in Toojroojnba, andfOtCk apooand one which I received about a week ago; >tbe first one I received about the 17th of last month. -Bv Mr. Conquest: I took the note ont of the letter in prisoner's presence and let him aee me put.it back vaoain.-^Be-emiiioed-i! I received tHesecond Ittter from the railway guard.-Samuel Butcher deposed: I know uwt witness and prisoner, whom I saw to gether on the 18th of lust month; I wrote a letter for Kelly and enclosed it, with a £1 note,...

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Allora. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

Allott. (FBOX OOB OWN COBBISPONDKKT.) October 0. I MUNICIPAL Cookoil.-The psoal mqnthly j meeting of the Council was held is the Town IBfll on Saturday afternoon lastf the Mayor,. Aldermen Dongn.11, Gordon, and. Andersbn being present The minutes of the previous , meeting hayipff been epnflimed, the .report of I the Finance Oommltteo-Veo6nHnendlng tht payment of several accounts-was adopted on the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Alder I man Anderson. The Mayor explained that In consequence ot ciie inclemoncy of the wea i ther the Improvement Committee bad not met to inspect the works referred to them' for report at last meeting;. It was decided on tha motion of Alderman Anderson, seconded , by the Mayor, that tho committee should be summoned to meet on Wednesday to inspect the .works. The tenders of G. Ellis and P. Duggan for forming and gravelling foot paths in Baff and Herbert streets, -at £1 8s. par phdifi toepAofcivaly, were accepted. The | tender of F. Kiynn, for making two cW...

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The Warwick Argus [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, OCT. 11, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

I ffce [PCBLUHBD TWKJB ,f, WSSK.] WARWICK, SATUBD A.TV xkjT. 11, 1879. Tbb return of revpme ani: expendi ture for the quarter just ended confirm the expectation that this is to be an other jear of deficit. The reoipte of last ywahbtrod badly whencotfipared with th#seoftiie previous year, but the companion then was, at all brents, with the^Tenub offegood year. Now this year's Teoeipts are compared With those ,$l- last year-a, year of deficit, and yei still «how a further falling off in almost every item-certainly in all the principal'items. Under the head of "Taxation" we find a decrease |n the TBwIptB uf-aferat deif,SOO on the'tjnar ter; Customs, Excise, and Stamp duty all showing a> decrease, whilst in Licenses there i« » small increase of £600. The Territorial He venue shows adecreaseof.^ljL^OO, tlie falling.off being general,'u»dejh .every bead-sale of land, pastoral rents,- and mining occupation. YPW admit that the dimi nution<of thepastoral rents is not as great a...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

Sydney £raoii op* own eoBB*6roNDEifr.] . .iv . October 10. At a Trades Oonjfrcss held to-day, a reso lution in favor Of Protootioa was carried by twenty votes to five, The Exhibition to-day was well attended. Tbo sheep (bearing contest, in which nino tsen shearers competed, warn witnessed by throo hundred spectators.

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] The Massacre at Cabul. LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REOTER'B TELEOBAHB.] The Massacre at Oabul. LONDOH, Ootober 8. " Sir Stafford Northoote, in a speech at Dub lin to-day, declared with much emphasiB that the massacre at Cabul demanded that the present policy .pf tho Government; should be firmly iidhereA to. Sir Stafford Jtfortbobte added that Eni|jlaiifl alone must dominate in regard to Foreign relations with the Ameer.

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

Warwick Municipal OfcutSB. " The adjourned monthly meeting :ot the oiiicipal Council was Mid in thtf Town T on Thursday afternoon. T?1®® enWHis "Worship theMayor, s#d Alder aaQuiWi Qnwson, Cootie, itiS 'Connen. xne minutes of the previous meeting hflvinp been read and confirmed, the Town Clerk read the following . COBREOTOHDtS«». , a-)lTo:Mr. "S.iNonn, giving'him per eteita>tfce over to watertable bear fcisjiropei&y W yitzroy-Btr^it,.. ft.) To the Manager Bank of New South Wales, jtivinaJiiai.notice to-iUlnp holflB v,y the Bank. (8.) To Mr. B. P. Cut. more, Riving ui- notioe to remove the fence bf the ? property known «- Town End, which enclosed part of a street. _ (4.) To the Mana ger of the Australian Joint 8trek Bank, of 'similar purport, to No. 2. (5.) From the Colonial Secretary, informing the Council &at the new by-laws had recaived the Go vernor's sanction, "(fl.)' From .the CoDinis flionnr 'for HaiTways, stating that bok dhtfoa would bo placed under the to...

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AN IRONCLAD CAPTURED. LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

AN lEONCLi-D CAPTUEED. LONDON, October 8. j Intelligence has bfien received of an im portant sng&geucnt between the Chilian and Peruvian fleets, in which the Chilian fleet was successful, capturing the notorious iron clad Huascar. Vicniu, October 9. His Imperial Majesty has appointed Baron Desagmerle to succeed Count Andrassy as I Chancellor of the Austrian Empire,

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The Dillon Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

The Dillon Dramatic OnnpgOF TH* Dillon Dramatio Company 4%Tp been delighting numerous audien&s igjpitly at t!y» Pall during the weelf. Bi«h«l!en, thp play dio8«»>for th^jjp$enm|j* night, was followed oa Tuesday evening by Shakespeare's great tragedy, " Hamlet, Prince of Dcnmark.'V-Tlio play is admitted to be one of Slc-k»»p«u*'s -tnastuipieceg. TWth'the plot, melancholy ilmoflt to its .do-; tafls.VrSny of our r»dei» & dtfulILlia ioqt, versant. The scene is laid in Don.-a time when the kingdom was «^-«reat j>ol«r_. and the King bad proved himself a good and faithful ruler. Suddenly the King is cut off, leaving behind him a widow ,wh<>' feigns genuine aid bitter regret, and a son worthy of his sire. Tho widow seeks consolation in marriage with her dead husband's brother, but the son refuses to be consoled. His father's ghost appears eventually and informs him that he was murdered in his sleep, his (the King's) brother being the murderer, and the Que...

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Brisbane. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

Brisbane. (rBOM OUB OWN cobkkrpondint ) October 10. The summons issued by C. L. Hill. M.L.A., (vga.in«t tlio proprietors of the Courier tor a farnicbjd Compuiya Act .was called on to-day. The Bench refused to allow the summons to he withdrawn, and dismissed the case with ten fuinnu costs against the plaintiff. Gold has beta discovered thirty miles from Bavenswood, and in the direction of Strothalvin., Abput one thousand tons ofauriferousstone are on the surfaoe; and it is stated that eight distres of rubble gave four penny weights of gold. Tnree. prospeoting claims have been gran-. ted. The resignation of Mr. Ballard, Chief-En gineer for the Central Northern Railway, has been placed in the hands of the Minister for Works.

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