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Shipping Intelligence. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

ftiiipptng Intelligence. I* Wimhar Castle,ship,{nwnLondom 2 nests tmvclU&ffTOtiBki^.case aofa springs, t gin . locks, 1 cam irtrnffr knobs and Sash Hdm, 4 galvanised iron wheelbarrows, 1 paokago , Cheatsrm&n's tape linos and rules, 1 package j £.P. and B P. spoons and forks, 1 ease E.F. | and B.M. cruets and tea pots, 1 ease brusb ware, 1 case table and pocket cutlery, 1 ease . files and naps, B. Aland, Warwick. I

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

[A at ED.] w. gaISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, tc <Jeneral Contractor, ' FCBOT-SntECT, WABWIOK. rnntBGR YARD, for the Supply of PIKE, X CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 885 [cakd. ] W, G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Oon -.a. . . tartar, . Firtotor Aito GcT-BTRirrs, WABWIOK. 886 [A QABD.] F. PAlTmERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Matreaa and rmmB Maker, (Next door to M'Dermott'a Railway Hotel), OcT-JKTEMT, WABWIOK. N.Br-Joioer'a work of all descriptions at tended to promptly, at moderate prices. 89G Kow the Weather ia fine again, VISIT JOIilST TITX^LOOii'S Produoe Store* - ~Muerin<itieet.~ Pririle Chaff and Maize at Lowest Rates always on Hand. 891 F. CJEtJJ CKS HANK, rAiiirxre qboces , PRODUCE DEALER, - (Opposite the Quoen'a Hotel, Fitsroy-at.) Til 0. hiving jast completed highly aatii-1 /V . factory pnrohjuee in tho Sonthorn mar- j ,-4ot«, U sow prepared to 'fnpply the publio with GROCERIES, &o., on the . ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

- - wt !? Blfak - AKTSDB MOROAJf. iipMrtwrw, im. To 8|il»«*iber» and A^verttaara. Otra ACCOTTNTfff»Tth0 Quarter ending 8eptem\wr 80 an now twing dellrerea, and we wottld thank our frianda tor an Earl/ SETTLEMENT of aame. The issue of the miet H-woekly baa involved as in heavy expenaes, and,.should this appeal meet with . fur ittpooae. ? we pnipoae shortly making a still further attempt to inereaae the useful naa of the saner. AETHUB MORGAN. jlrmtiOfhe,.,.;. . . Ootoher », 1879. . 889 2txrANTED for North Toolburra, a Good J*T G<*)eral SERVANT. Apflyto Hn ' H. Wiruuis, Albion-street. 921 . . . . . To Let. f yslCK COTTAGE, Guy-attest, bdafUil Jj> Square. Apply to A&thbb Enmi,. Telegraph Stores, Albion-street. - -Mi Cottage to Lei. rnOJLEI a Omiuttlila^loMi COTTAGE, 1 ma bemrtifol ritaatico j Bant moderate. Apply toT. 4, Johksoh. 836 - 1 V: 'i . '' 1 " ? £1 BEWABD. LOSf, frosi' Warwiok,' a ROAN HORSE, branded B8P near ahoulder, B7V off shoulder. Any on* bringing aa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

Commercial. Aftorv Offlo*, Friday Evonmg. Busman sinoe our hit report hits shown a .light tsadeney to improve., This it, no doubt. to be attributed to the more settled weather manaow enjoying, and the con sequent drying up of our so-oiuledroada. The supply *t proauee is generally plentiful with a lair demand in most lines:-Parmer* prices -Msise* per bushel. ts.| oats, per bushel, h. | bay taeeme, preseed, per ton. £B 15e. to St81 hay. luoerne, Won, per ton. £2 10s.; oaten, per ton, £4 bo JM 10*. i chaff, luoerno, per ton, 48 to4S10e.j ohaX, oaten, per tin, £41 ohaff. mixed, per ton. £210a i potatoes, per tan, J88 to M71 onions, perton, clt 10s.1 to£16j batter, per lb. 10a. i bason per lb. 6d. to 7d.) «gRi,, ^erdosen,8d.toU.|Soaroe' honey.perlb. *d.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

tof SfBmhi* Office, r. BHibane, 28rd September, IB7». MARYBOROUGH RAILWAY. To Iroafemdera, OanfrmtaW, & OUun. BOMJiyy. fllEHDKKB will b* mdtrf. «t UtkOfei, X H«tB Boar a/«fe*k wa. eo FRIDAY, tb« B4tb October. (rum p«i*OM wlUlngto oontraot for th^potattqotfoiiof 8 Low-Bided Good» W»Kgotu (4 wfceela) i 6 Low-Sided Qoode Wiggou (A whepli); 6 Covered Gopdi Wag gon*, fl Bail Trooke, 2 BteUe V«ju, Tendon to In endoned " Tmdtrfor Rolling Block, WoryborflUflTi Railway." llaitSpoolfloatlon, and form o( Tcuder may Va eet£, and further particular! obtained, at tke Chief Engineer's Office, Britbane, and at the Diririat Engineer'* OSsa, Maryborough. A. a HERBERT, 1 ' 807 Comroinloner for Ba3njw, DR. FULLER HAS RESUMED PBACTIOE and may he Oobimltrd at l-ir rewddnce, Victoria .tree t, wo doort from the Cotninircial Hotel )» MRS. MILLAR HAa JUST RECEIVED the follow NEW BOOKS, 4®. * Family Bible* (Dhabated) Hiitory of the Euaao-Turidah Vu Homely Seenee from Gnat Balnten ArtStadieeof Home lif...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Fatal Fire at Dunedin. (From the Otago Daily Times) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

TkaXfttal Jin Dunedln. (iWtfc Otaao Da«v Kimil Wimair WA**aa,the proprietor of the »ctayai Caft Chantant, at Dnnedin, wta ar mtM b» Um-mUm m tfaa ltth Depteaber, ehaiyedwith wUfnByeettlagfire to a build ing ta U» Ootagviwi tbeWb tiltim*. At the eoroMi'* inqueet en the lEth Sep tember (KfkBs4tt|^kBiiUBt«SUrjtTidMwe ni taken i-Alfred Ball »fovi( man, laid ? X Am i MwiBitf, Oknuiyt and llvflZb C^^pMkHAi I fint knewrWetare, about'frro>ean ago in Mel bourne, through hla brother, Chariee Wood lock. mi m. OolHoewood. I cameownlXDSmitWitfifteen' monthe ago. About foartnoaflwattb laset Waters. & told me that he had had a tow ,;*lth hit brother, aai U»i h«VM string into' the re atanTant bnainea here. I iowmpeiiied him, and »»looked at two or thteeplaoea. He oWmatoly decided to 'tiiee the plaee which wee reoantly bonied down. That *u about tkm montha ago, I think. I bad . great deal man toaay to him than anybody alee, through having known him an the other aide. He often told me abou...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

SPECIALITIES I White Brilliants, 4td.. boge Striped Hading Sd. Print* (flut colon), 41dL Pelt garpttiiica, W8d. White XnrkUh Towel* (luge aires) Od. Bibboni (foil widths), M4. CHnghwu, SkL Men'sTweedTests.fc.ed. Men'* Crimean Shirts, 2s. 91- ? !. ; 1QpntlamenVWhtoBlri!^ 2&r;iWr Oep.tiamen'a '-BMrts. 2a,.lid. OentlobetL'a *weod Goats (new sbfrpe) ' 10s. fld.' Men's Moleskty Trousers, 4a. 6d. ttota,6x^128.«f ; Men's Flannel 8hlrts,3s. Bd. «5g= AIjSO, PIQUBS HOLLANDS MABOELLAS DKri.Tfl J.TXSIK8S FLOWBBS - pabachtoes vwBn9*-"'' ???? 1 . PAGET COATS . 'EIBBON VELVETS CQLOBEDM6LE8KIN ' PBIHTBD TABU: CLOTHB ; LADIEB'STBAW HATS ' ' j FICHUS, c ^ i MUSLIN TIES, . j &d.i Ac./ ? Ac. A COMPLETE assortment 6F GROCERIES CROCKERY Md10tJCEv::&c. TERMSCASH. Vr Approvpd Bf/te f iwf Trade Par$ejk % I . .> ; i _'/>'? Fitzro^Mti^ ' TOWN HALL, "WAEWIOK. This (6A.TUSDAT) Swain* OCTOBEK lira. Iosr Niobt M Ungr inflBii! DILLON DRAMATIQOOMPANYJ BY ? Speijfait «eiire *B1 be a«- -...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 11 October 1879

MARRIAGE.     COOPER--RAWLINS.--On the 9th October, at St. Mary's Church, Warwick, by the Rev. Father Horan; John, eldest son of Mr.   Samuel Cooper, Green Hill, near Warwick, to Mary Teresa Gordon, eldest daughter of' Mr. G. H. Rawlins, Contractor, of Warwick.  

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. London, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

GBNEBAL NEWS. itonaon. October 7- ( twocnante, with toe two eons of, the Prlnoe o! Walee on board, has arrived at Gibraltar. 8t. Petersburg, October?.-The activity of the Nihilists cootinan?, and ia tbe cause of much anxietyin the public mind. Further disooveries vera made-da; o! a secret printing press, which ba.° been seized by the authorities. Several ai i«sls have been made. I.ondfln, 0(jtober6.-Tbo Italian Ptsi warmly welcome* Mr. Gladstone to Ihily. The Bpaoish Premier adviate ah alliance between Spa'n and Austria. The Crown Prince of Germany proceeds to Italy on a political mission. The Ironclads Achilles end * Alexandra colHdod, but the damage done was Blight, frnd 'easily repaired. TUB correspondent of the Tcltgraph (Bris bane) telegraphed from Albany on tbe ar rival ot the English mall at that piece on Thursday last as follows t-London society . in a tremendous slate of excite ment over the divoroe salt of Mrs. Lnnr trra, tbe&uaband of the famous beauty. This lady ...

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Late English and Foreign News. [CABLE DESPATCHES.] WARS AND RUMORS OF WARS. LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Lata RngUiiTi and Foreign News. tciW.* DWFATOHfiB.l . WABS AND StTHOfiS OF WABS. ' . taospos. Ootober6. TiriSaistiui jMrtalihare again assumed s warlike tone, boS apeak of a war, in which Germany Austria, ,and JpnjrUnd will be in volved, as inevitable, 4n a few months. Bassla baa inaresaed hernavyto the Pacific by .evetuLfronabds, Jand four clipper vessels are available as privateers., - lit-i/Unclard/litli utontbtT,: jmblislies 'a paEagmjh stating that the India Office has requested the Imperial Government to sen-1 forwi^'Mthootdelay, a sofflclent force to protect the British officials and residents at Ksngonin.- ?' :? ' Advices received by mall from South America aBnounCe that the communists cf Colomba, who wen recently in a state of in snrreotion, attacked and plosdered Bnca tagga it Budramabga) and - remained in oomplete poanssion for several days commit ixut omi tototatii*; The rioters attacked end wounded the German iCobSnVHerr Schroder, hat were i however, finally tooted fay ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Among the Settlers on Spring Creek and Clifton. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Among the Bottlers on Spring Creek and Clifton. A C0BB16P0NDENT sends us the following: -On Tuesday last, I left Allora for a rido among the farms on Spring Greek. Spring Creek is, as your readors are aware, an im portant farming district, and the many prices its farmers have carried off "against all comers," speaks well for its capabilities as a wheat-producing neighborhood. It is nob only wheat, however, that can be grown to perfection here-farm crops of almost every description flourish splendidly on the soil. Leaving Allora shortly before that hour, I was fairly under way by half-post 10 a.m.; my nag being in good condition, and the weather fine, I got along famously. The country on all sides looked splendid, grass abundant, cropB luxuriant, and stock rolling fat, a state of things that up to a few months ago, we had given up hoping would ever be witnessed again in these parts. Following a northerly course from my starting point, the first homestead I came upon was that owned j ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Rambling Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Rambling Comments. [Br CAPER FIT ] There's a screw loose somewhere. Either the M inistciisl Policy must bo very far be vond the limits of human understanding, or l must be as thick in tho skull as a ifull w'0*" blaekfellon. I could manage m the good old days, *0 follow Mackenzie in lm efforts to transform our then youthful colony into a (Treat »ud mighty nation of freomon, of fiquattoifl, shearers, stockmen, ^epherds, and " rouse-abouts." To take Macalister " out of winding " was a more difficult tiuik, and vergea closely on the conftnca ot the im possible; but I flatter myself I managed it successfully. Wbon I informed my friends in '73, that the wily Mm. hungered for some haven of rest, where ho could repose after his umny, though futile, attempts to " feather hia nest," his subsequent acceptance of the Agent Genoml's talari/ convinced even the most septieal that the " mantle of Mijah hud fallen upon itese shoulder. But. pitted against Mclllwraitli, my powcra of prophecy avail me ...

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Dr. Siade, the Spiritualist, a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Sr. Blade, the Spiritualist, a Woman. Tux personation of men by women Beams to be a fashionable freak. Town and Country tells the following story i-About three yeare Ago, one of the most famous leaders in the . ; spiritualistic ranis was Blade, the medium and lecturer. He ini very daring in his ezploitii> and beoame notorious through out the country for his audacity, and the number of persons whom he drew under his influent. He made a considerable amount ofjuoney in America; and in the latter part of 1870 he went to England, where ho con tinued his career as a medium, and for some time was a rival of Borne, the lucky medium ' who married a rich woman, whom he had taught to believe in " spirits." Finally Slade was arrested, and was tried in London on 20th January, 1877, for fraudulently obtaining money by means of the unlawful power he obtained from his occupation as a medium. . ft Witt charged that as spiritualism was not a ( belief sanctioned by law, it was a delusion ' and&...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S TELEGRAM[?].] General Roberts Advancing on Cabul. BOMBAY, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPIIIC. [BkUTEJC'R VlXF.GBAMH.] Goiieral Roberts Advancing on Oabul. Bombay, October 8. NEWS has been received to the effect that General Huberts, before approaching Cabul, detached a considerable force for the purpose of making a reconnaissance While the force wus ho engaged, the enemy endeavoured to surround it. J'li »y, however, failed .ni l were j defeated with lnuvy loss. The British suc ceeded in clearing lhe heights, their loss be iii^f 80. Bomhat, October 9. Authentic intelligence was received bore this morning tlm» after defeating the native tribes whouttaeked hi* fuve, General Huberts j continued to advance beyond Kushi. When ' only a abort dint unco from Cabul, ho was at ! talked by a large bo'ly of Cabulese and (Jliil%iit< who had joined the mutineers. A sevore cu-.j.itfenient ensued, and lasted for several hotirw. liventuiilJy the enemy were I repulse ! with heavy loss. 12 puns and two j standards were captured by the liritish, i whote loss in ki...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Divisional Boards Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

The Divisional Boards Act. We clip the following from lost Friday's issue of t'i? Tclojrjph. It will no doubt prove interesting to our readers in the country We learn that tin? Government intend to put the Local Government Act and tho Divisional Hoards Act in force without d.'l.iy, und the oflicials in tho Colonial Secretary's department will at ouce commence mapping out the proposed divisions of tho colony. A notification of this will bo sent to ull the benches of Magistrates thoughout (liecolony, and inviting them to forward any Migrations they may receive as to boundaries, it may be as .veil to remind our readers that hb soon as a division is proclaimed in tho {?o»tfr*im<!Hf Gazette, nothing further can be done by tho Government until ulter the expiration of sixty days. This in in order that the residents in the division iuay have the opportunity of petitioning that they may elect Uioir first board. In the event. lmwever» of their not doing BO within the sixty *liiys t...

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Proposed Increase of Russian Army. LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Proposed Increase of Russian Army. ! LONDON, OCTOBERS. A PROPOSAL for the increase of the Russian j I army at Klivadia is under consideration. I Should BUCII a course bo determined upon* it ' will at once lead to a corresponding iuci-casc : in the German army.

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Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Warwick Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. (flefore the Police Ma^iHtinte.) LUN \CY.-Jjhn Murphy, who hid b.sen under Diodic.il supervision for Home past, ' : was discharged fro.n custody on thj recotu 1 inundation of the Police Surgeon. | MONDAY, Octodsu 13. j (Before the Police Magistrate.) DBUNKKNNESB.-WilliamM'Dcvlt, and Joseph I Y<itej, wure brought uj>, twttfooe I and discharged, this being1 thtir fi fit off^nci. I OUSCBNE LANauAQis.-Wm. M'Devif, who I was farther charged with having uiad* us? of I obseene language in a public plue?, w.is . remanded for three day.s, tho arresting coa stable beiug absent from illness.

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Brisbane. (FROM OUE OWN CORRESPONDENT) October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Brisbane. (FROM OUE OWN COUKEBrONDENT*) October 13. Mr. G. R. Mollo, a well-known Block anil station agent, who has carried on busim'sR in this city for souk* years, Ml town this mora ingon liorKohat'k for a day'a shooting, carry ing a gun. 'J'wo hours later lie wjus found dead on the roj'!sid<«, with n wouirlia hiswifie. It is supp iscd that he was thrown from h e ho"se, and that the gun exploded in tha fa 1, thus causing his death.

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The New Impounding Act. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Tlie New Impounding Act. Tuk Impounding Act Amendment Act., a '? Jit'vr statue p.i>ued daring the last session, is^ | according (o the flint section, to be read and i construed with, and lo be (Wined part of, the I three impounding acts previously in force, and tho second uection enacts that ufter the ! paswiug of tho Amendment Act all inspectors J of brand* appointed under the Brands Act of ! 1872 .shall be iu.spectors of pounds, euch in. 8pcc(oiH beiug empowered to inspect, at any time, nil stock impounded,as well us all books' or documents connectcd with any pound. 1 Any ]uuiidkoop?i' hindering or oWtructing an 1 inspector in the execution of his duty renders himself liable to a penalty not exceeding £10.' 8 'ction three specifies that when tiny horses or cut tl ;aro impounded the brands of which arc illegible or indistinct the poundkeeper is required to cause Buch brands to bo clipped, or otherwise denuded of hair, and a correct diagram or feu simile of them to be, ejiteied i...

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Sydney. [t'ROfil OUB OWN COKUKBPONDENT.] October 10. ADVICES from England st:itc that Hishop j Tuffnull, formerly Lishop of B.'isb.ui!, has I been appointed to tlio vicarage of Croydon. Dr. Hean«»y, lat» of this city highly praised Q'.U'ontslund as a field for emigiatiou at a <c* i cent banquet in Dubliu. ] Mr. Joii Thompson, the celebrated book | maker, was yesterday fined JC30 for undue j iuterferonce with the Melbourne Tattevsall'a i secretary. ! The cannon uboard the City of Grafton, s a., exploded iit Grafton yoaloixlay, and killed u i man instantly. October 3 fl. I Heavy floods uro expected in the Darling. 1 The country is already inundated fur miles. : It is stated that the late A<rent»Gcueial for . the Colony in Loudon, expended aeveral hun dred pounds in cable messaged to the Govern ment. explaining certain accusations brought n^aiiint him rejnirdiiif* the floating of tlie liwt l*>an. It ip and that it was th<? tenor of tluae messages whi...

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