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Items of News by the Mail. (From our Exchanges.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 21 October 1879

Items of News by the Mall. .f'vi (From our Exchanges.) S. Smrmt, "the most travelled t ® "orld'" who, after his brief to ,the «iPe Colony, with Hi iV' arl(? a£trlt' returned to England .5!° aB°» since mode a tour of the three kingdoms, and will leave for the Continent in a few days, prior to returning to Melbourne by the September mail. Mr. Clark la living-quietly at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, enjoying a well-earned rest during the week and preaching in one of the neighbouring towns on Sunday. It is not probable that another. .lecturer of Mr. .Clark's peculiar qualifications will be found to fill hisulaoe i but I hear that Mr. E. A. Proctor, late Seer*, tary of the Royal Astronomical Society, who has been engaged to give another series of lectures m the United States and Canada, J1"^ f"31® San Francisco to Australia. Mr, Proctor, whose triumphant controversy with * J® Astronomer Royal respecting the Traasit or Venus is matter of history, ie said to be a woBtj charming "lecturcr, Mdma. Cabi/...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 21 October 1879

[a CARD.] , W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, PERCY-STREET, Wakwiok. rniMBER YARD, for the Supply of PINE, J- CEDAR, and HARD WOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 886 [CARD.] | W. G. UONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, j Fitbrov AND Got-btreeis, WARWICK. 888 j [A CARD.] j F. PAL~MERO> Oibinet-lnaker and Upholsterer, Matrees and Palliasse Maker, 1 (Next door to M'Oertnott's Railway Hotel), GOT-BTBEKT, WARWICK. N.B.-Joiner's work of all descriptions at. tended to promptly, at moderate prices. MO] THE ROYAL HOTEL, j FALUBRtS-STBBRr, WARWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, p»UIVATE Sitting ROOMS for FAMILIES. A FIUST-OLASS TABLE. Best Wines ana Spirits only kept, j <rOOD STABLIFO. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, BOYAJj HOTEL, Comer of Palmetto and Grafton-streete. 688o THE ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Oritur of Fitrroy and Palmerin Streets, ! WARWICK. J. w. QUINN, Proprietor. IRHTCLA8S ACCOMODATION. Liqu on of the Best Qunlitj. A Go...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Queensland Wool at the International Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Queensland Wool the International JBichibitlon. PiKEDAUt.-latitude 28 ilgii. 38 mint. S., longitude 151 dgs. 40 mint. E. 'UONAU) GUNK, Duscriptou of wool, Esq., proprietor. " O(othi»g. Bat pei to the' The Pikedalo clip is tho most yalualdo j elotM«g;i*oa in Queensland, and receivei tho gold njoilul at tns Into International J£xhibir | t|on at Pari*. | for many yean' it t)aq commanded tho ; highest prices in, tho London market. Tlfo ] Pikedale run, principally slate and trap fqr- - nation, is one qf the healthiest runs ii| the ftylK^t, sn4 eminently suited for tlfe growth of flnb. wool.' llie Pikedale flocks were orginal}y I01^n6dby selections made ty Mr. Gunp from different flockq |n the diitrict. Iti 1671 Mr. Ouhn imported fqur r"m> S"d seventeen ewei of the ptjrp Negrolti typo from Germany, from whio^j tie bu bred * valuable stndlfldity idejisolyoovpred, JTrqm one of rtfiete ram»^Bp))UsL.at ft yean old',' (ind fed entirely <tottrtj«Sl|r*l gr*ijee« on tl^o fun, Mr. -f...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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The Pulpit in Warwick. AS VIEWED FROM THE PEW. ST. MARY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

The Pulpit in Warwick. AS VIEWED FEOM THE PEW. ST. MABT'B. -J ACCORDING to an announcement in Tues day's issue, wo publish to-duy a report on .. 8t. Mary's" Church*. This is our second (/nasi religious notice, and wo feel assured from the gratifying appreciation which I marked tho issue of our previous pulpit 1 article, that our space will not lr; min.ippliud i by repeating at judicious uiL'M'v.yU, thin class | of original matter for tho entertainment of | our readers. As u rule, tho doings of every I Institution in the country receive attention from the Press. The business of Parliament, down to tho smallest details of Local Govern ment, receive frequent and full publicity in the Metropolitan and Provincial Press. The unobtrusive .Minister of the Gospel is heard once a week, and certainly there are some instances in the world where a congregation might just as well he at their homes, us listening to tho wearisome rigmarole which is too often imposed as a u sermon." But even undtir ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Octobcr 24. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Sydney. [VROM OUtt OWN CORREGPOttnKNT.] Octobcr 24. The Executive Commissioners havo reso|vel to follow as closely as possible the system adapted at the Philadelphia Centennial Kx. hibftion in connection with the judging of tho oxhihite. ST. .MART'S CHOBOH.-Tho Bazaar imd I Fancy Fair id connection with tho building fund of St. Mary's Church trill opan on Mon day next, and judging frpm what wo lioar in all direotlons a (jro-it success is anticipated. < The Spaas* will be hold at tho Town Hall, and will be open from 11 a.m. till 10 p.m. j and nothing will be loft undone for the j comfort niidconvnionco of visitors. Music will bo discoursed by tho pupils of the Convent, ) and the bazaar will embrace every conceivable curiosity from a stocking needle to an anchor, j Tho Bugoar will remain open during the whole of the coming woek. TESTIMONIAL TO MR. J. DB POIK TYBEL, M.II.A.-The people of Stanthorpe have re coginsed the em-vices of their popular and excellent representative b...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

WANTED > BOY to driva it milk cart. Apply to Mr. Akdhcw Marobr«, Henley pear Warvriok on Mobday not later thatt 9 o'clock. 9S2 To Carriers. WANTED AO TEAMS to Load TIN at Vegetable Creek, for Warwick. Ap ply to J. H. DDWLOP, Albert-street. WANTED Honsekeepersto trp SANDER SON'S BAKING POWDER ' and SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL. , Sold by all Grocora, and Wholesale by F. S&kcsksoh, Kelvin Grove-Toad, Brisbane. i 97* i . To Carriers. WANTED. 80 Teams to toad-. Tin at Vegetable Creek for Warwick. Ap- . ply to J. Sklke, Palmerin-street. 987 j To barriers. TENDERS are hereby invited for tho drawing" of logs to the Wantley-atreot Saw Mills, for a period of 12 monthes. ; For particulars Apply to JAMES M'KEACHIE, I 988 . ? ^ Wantley-street, Saw Mill. ! FOUND a ram of MONEY In Pratten-streot The owner can have same on properly , describing the amount and paying tbe expense : of this advertisement Apply to Wu. GATES, i Pratten-streot. 890 j LOST from fllenele Station, one blue- 1 spo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for anopinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] "Schoolmasters as politicians" TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

CORftESPONDEN CE. [The BdiUr icfh not bfl responsible fdt <rn opinions or rictus expressed by correspon dentst trnJti'fR always refect p'ertohial com* maniciitions unless on subjects of public imjjortanetf, and guaranteed by the tipnet' Cum of the author.] " Bfihooliliasters ag politicians r £ TO THE KOITPPOF TBB WARWICK ABOUS. Sir,-A latter appeared in arecent number of the Toowoomba.iJhTotud*, purporting to bo tram the pen of & " Worwictite and charg ing some two or three of the scholastic per uuurirm with being guilty of tbc unpardonable ?in of vilifying in your oolumns (members of Purliament in general) aqdJUr. Davenport in piutreolkr. I weald have passed 'the matter over as any prdlp4ry newtpapf r' tfotaip, had not a paragraph in yaur last issue intimated pretty plainly tbatl,aui pne ot 'the parties aeouwid. yoMojtjna/ tbere£pre, tP;«iy' tbat 1 bafe never in 'uiy life wijtten aji: article reflecting on a member of Parliament, and, politilaS opfiriSia,' 1^haJe...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Hanian and Courtney's Rowing Match. London October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC j [OUR SPECIAL MESSAGE.] Haitian and Courtney's Rawing Match. London October 19. Tn the rowing match bet ween Uanlan an«l Courtney* Kanlan rowud alone orer tb« course owing to Courtney's boat having been sawn aaonoertbc preoedmg night. Hanlan claimed $6000 prize, wbicb *vau refused under the oironmstancca. $1000 reward lias been of fered for tbo discovery of Ui>> offender, and mat cxoitiuent prevails. Courtney fUle^os that efforts were outdo to bribe biiu, ami tliat Hanlan demanded half tbe stakes whoever iron.

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The Russians Again Defeated. London, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

The Eussiana Again Defeated. London. October 21. I The Timet bus received a telegram from i Simla stating thut intelligence luis been , received of a second severe engagement I between the Russians and the Turcomans. The former were repulsed with ho,ivy loss. I and have sine?' retired in the direction of thn Caspian Sea. j

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The Marquis of Salisbury at Manchester. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

The Marquis of Salisbury at Manchester. London, October 20. The Miirquia of Salisbury (Secrctaiy of State for Foreign Affaire) hud A roost enthuRi.istio reception at Pomona Gardens, Manchester, upon the occasion of his addressing the elec tors there. Nob leas than UO.OOJ people were present. In the course of his remarks lie said sujh a meeting proved the confidence of the country in Aho present Ministry, dtapitc the statements made by the Opposition.

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Further Liberal Policy. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Further Liberal Policy. London, October 20. 'PU« p:»u TJ~." IT m.«» _ ... * 1 ne jwgni iton. ti. uiiildpni, moinlior for Pontefmct, addressing hiR constituents to day, stated, in regard to the future policy of tbo Ulwnils, that in tte (iVt?nt of the access'oii of that party to office they would accopt the ' rt'sponaibilitos of the foreign jyilioy of tho ' present Government, but would apply Liberal 1 principles of acton thereto. I The (liberals would d«i'lin> to carry on the Government of the country hy ati alliance ' with the Howe Bule party, lint would favor extensive decentralisation, anil especially the transfer of private bill legislation, effecting ! Ireland, from the Select Committees in i London to aooiuinittee or other 'bo ly sitlinir in Ireland. The Home and Foreign Pr.<ss punorally regard this speech an tho manifesto of the Liberal party, and it has been the subject of favorable comment.

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Abdication of Yakoob Khan. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Abdication of Yakoob Khan. London, October SO. | I The English Press approve of the Ameer's I ribdloation. an'l suggest that Oonuml RoV'rta ) should convenc a melting of the Sirditns { ! choose Ynltoab Khan's succoajor, mihjetft to i the approval of theTioeroy of India.

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Another Plot in Russia ST. PETERSBU[?]G, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Another Plot in Russia ST. FETRBSBOHO, October 22. A conspiracy tins been discovered, havinjf for its object the release of tho imprisoned Nihilists.

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The New Turkish Ministry. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

The New Turkish Ministry. Jjondoo, Ooiotav 29. Tho Home and H&nugn Press strongly dia-1 approve of the new Turkish Administration, eAoeitig opposed to reforms and favorable to ' Russia. |

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The London Wool Sales. LONDON, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

The London Wool Sales. LONDON, October 22. | f no next wool auction commences on No* voniber 18, wlion the prob.tble qu mtity to be toffernd, including tlio bales held over from I the last anleH, is 130,000 bales, 'I ho quantity of new arrivals <o be included in tho Balos, is not restricted ny the Importers Committee.

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Reported Capture of Merv. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Reported Capture of Marv. I The report that Merv huo boon occupied by i Russian troops is generally discredited. Tht» . British Government have no information of I euch a movement.

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Commercial. ARGUS Office, [?]Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

Commercial. _ Angus Offico, 'Friday Evening. oig« tw last r|j»ftof tho 18th insl., our hji*>hofrtt acurccly any al yHmoiPw tho ttKpfl H>en quoted. Tho fitly,Mat in supply, and, 'Aooplmvi* producers have been fclrie to satisfy demands. Tho Approaching lmrrniit, which promises to he abuniant, will, fortuii.itcly for our farmers, meet a rising market. Oaity produce promises so far, to be plentiful owing to tbo exceptionally favor* able season. We append tho following quotations *s ruling rates for farmovB.-Maize pfcr busfc, le. 9d. to 2s.; uiuisc, inferiorKiunpli'H, Is. (X. i oats, prime, por bush, 5a. ; hcij, pres&iu, per ton, £!t; hay. oaten. MYOBcd, por ton, to £5 5s. ; hay, lucerne, loose, £2 % -hay, oaten, loose, £3 10a. to £4 tfe.; growi. stuff. 5>or dnson buudlos, Is. Ad. to 2d.; chuff, lucerne, per ton, £215s. to £3 ; . chuff, mixed, per (on, £3 10a.; chuff, oaten, per ton, JB5 to £5 10s.; potatoes, por ton, £6 to £71 potatoes, late rose, por ton, £i 10s.; «ni«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

The Building Trade. wallaob"& GIBBON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, * gkibrai. . CONTRACTORS, Gtrr-STHttT, WAftwiW. " ? [a CARD)] w. gaISFORD, Oarptater, Bulldsr, fc Gtaianl 0«ntrt«tor, Pmcr-BTRtrr, Warwick, rfllMBEB YARD, for the Supply of PINE, X CEDAB, atid HARDWOOD, of >11 lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 885 , [CARD.] W. G. CONLEY, O&rpenter, Baildir, and Omanl Don tractor, Fmutor am> GUT-STRMTS, WARWICK. -880 {A CAM),] F. palmero, ^ablnet-maker^dUphoIrtarflr, UfttMH (Next door to ? M'Dorttiotfa Railway Hotel), Gcr-snuffir, Warwick. K B.-Joiner's work of all descriptions at tendtd to promptly,** moderate prioee. 898 , M, jrb'SD"LLIVAN, MD" M O a «&«. BE. 0*8t)Lt.tVAN may ba Ccniultjd Uaily at hia RESIDENCE, BW7. 8TRFET, Warwick. 6tT THE ROYAL HOTEL, : Palkcbw-btur, WARWICK. Jt T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, PRIVATE Sitting BOOMS (or FAM1LIEB. A FIRST-CLASS TABLE. Best Wines and SpiritB only kept. GOOD Stasuwi. 3. T. LETHBBIDORi BOYAi. HOTEL, Corn wof Pa...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY, OCT.25, 1879. THE DIVISIONAL BOARDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

W^pnvilbHBD *WICB A 'WEEK.] v^imvWetfyHX'rtnaDAt. OCT. m. jkti. T f 1 T.^i'i ' ' THE'filVlfeiOKAL &OAEDS BILL. ..Jcry--''niueK1 i-egi'et that space in j thm pplutnag.to'-day. will not peririiti cf^wiotffWrtM^ ttot>'copyof4n excellent.; Boards, Bill, ^icn^pe»i^inWedopstls.y's Courier,, but in a ftii%wM*ue:we: purpose pub lishing it in acUnso,ior the information o^^^ntotlVt^,fcricuUur»l readers, and we gladKl^ltmMkte theira^tention to its pitmriom/- 'Whilst still firmly holding , to our previous protest against this maasM bearing it to t^e,inopportune ; 16 Tntroduoo BO. eftepsivc an Act-in these times,of! rust, .when the settlers.. uift)l>' bope.to rocoVer from past' drought, and louses-yet it behoves all ? whom il.iiuay concern, to mark the esTB6tt"BEtlJm of the Government, to wjb.rds bringing the Bill into speedy operation. The Government lias in vited* those interested throughout the c<&ohy, to co-operate in the formation 06 boundaries for the divis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 25 October 1879

JTo' . Subscriber* - and Advertisers. ACCODNTSfor the Quarter ending September 80 ars now being delivered, anil wo would thank our friends for un Early SJS^fjUEMENT ot. «une. The issue of the bUweekly baa involved us in heavy expenses, and, should this appeal in set with h fair iMMnMi we purpose shortly making a oUU iBrtMr attempt to increase the useful ncm fif the paper. JLSXHUB MORGAN. r#il879. ' "83D MOXZCft OJTMMOVAL. PklmSriB-atreat, dlnratly op-, "- Kail, wtaM all ordors - an inmML' M be ' ABTHtTX WIUAN, i

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